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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1911.
lit cuiilr -Muled.
Honolulu Uui pier Murk
llaiillaii'l bird Pierce
ll Tliltlng members, of to
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledges
Meet on th
2nd and 4th
kt K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 07h aho
BENEFICIAL ASSnQIATIOK. ci.tioni cor-
HAWAIIAN TRIDC NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Mecti every llrst und llilnl Tuesday
of eucli inimtli In lValrrnlly Il.ill, I. O.
O. F. building. VMting brother ror
dlully Invlled to uttend.
W J. HOIIINSON. Sachem.
11 V. TODD, C. nf IL
iOKOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu liOdge No. (SIC, B. 1'. 0.
Clki. meeti in their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
luvlted to attend.
n. '. it. im:Nnniio, r. r.
uno. t. Ki.m:(ii:u sec.
WM. McKIHIEY LODGE. HO. 8,
X. of P.
sfeecs every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Heretanla. Visit
Ins brother cordially Invited ti at
Und. K. F. KlI.nET, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. H. .
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets ovcry first and third Friday at
.7'SO o'rlork, Tythlan Hall, corner Here
tanla and Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
S. DF.CKFII. G. C.
O. nni.N'i:. It of R. & S. .
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of euch month at 7:30
o'clock, In Han Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Hmnin. Visiting brothers
ro Invited to attfnd.
V. IIIHOINS, V. P.
WM. t M'C'OY. Secy.
IMwnrd liirlc, the noted Psychic of
San Francisco. li for nvir twenty
years has been piunilncntlv Identified
With tin' Hph Itu.illstH' societies . Amer
ica, Is III Hnnnliilu nnil will deniun
stiuto pliychlc iiheiinnnie.i, etc Spirit
ual ndvlce on all matteik given. Dally
10 to 4 i evenings by appointment, Prl
.viitu seanees ran be arranged for. Tel-
epbono .IMS or at leslileiue. "82 Klnnll
I A. BLOM,
t Importer Fort St
COUHHCT STYLUS AND PRICKS
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3088
New Pattern Hats
. BOSTON BLOCK fORT STREET
1027 Nuuanu 8treet
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladles' and Men's Mats Reaeonnbly
LONDON', October 21 Two-thirds
or the expenditure for the Delhi Dur
bnr (December 7th to ICth) bus been
iilreinly either Incurred or guaranteed
Heavy ruins assure the growth of the
Tim main disadvantage of the re
cent lack of rain hud been that grass
would not grow, for that requires hu
midity In tliu ulr us well us aurfuco
water. Consequently the camp oill
cor a had decided to make their lawns
with cress, which looks refreshing,
but does not last ami will nut stand
wear ntid tear The polo matches will
have to be plued on bare soil.
The Indian people, It Is reported,
nro enormously excited about the
pumped of seeing their King-Kin-peror
wearing his crown. About one
bundled und fifty ruling chiefs, with
their retinues, will meet the King
and Queen ul Delhi, nud the ceremo
nial mils of the chiefs In the royal
tump will extend over three duvs.
On December lTlti, the day after
the Durbar, tlieni Is to be a great
r.iir fur the neoiiio below the fort
anils, fiom which their Mnjcsties will
show themselves to the multitude, nud
ufler' tint, comes tlio feast for the
poor The troops taking part in tlie
let lew on December 14lli have been
i o,1 from 7f..i)0t) urigliinll con
templated to tJU.UUU for reasons of
Then, will be mio. hockey, rooiiian
and military tournaments and point-
lu-noliit met s. During tin- lilg-guiue
shoots in Nap.il the King will use two
shunting boxes, one at lllkuiil 'I lion
and one nt NurgulagunJ.
T VI nir'iw.vr MI'ITS I
4 - - t
SIiIds Pet Don Eats Goldfish.
I.lglill loaded, the Oriental liner
ltgj.i. Captain Meyer, arrived nt
I'oitland fiom Hongkong and way
purls and the Chinese boalswniu is
mutirnlng out tlio loss of n flue ns
sniliuent of Jap.ineso goJdflsh ho was
hilnglUK to I'urtlnnd. Tliero weio
2u(ni In tho slilpinent when the steam
er left Yokohama, but the number had
been : educed to 3.r. lieforo ho found
nut what was beenmlng of them. When
lio did learn his lie knew no bounds.
The glass globe In which tlio fish
mado their homo stood near the cago
of a large chimpanzee, another pos
session of the boatswain. Tlio own
er decided to solvo tho mystery of
the illxaniienranre of his fish, nud so
ho kept mi eye on them for one wliola
day when the llygja was within about
a week's run of tho rlcr. Along about
noon he heard the chimpanzee give a
succession of low whistles. Immedi
ately a black chow pup come iiislilng
out on deck. Wagging ills stumpy tall,
lie squatted down before tlio cage of
tlio big simian.
Willi dextrous movements of hU
lung arms, the chimpanzee reached
Into the globe und brought out two
liamlsrul of goldfish, which lie threw
down In front of tho pup. The dog
hud gulped them down and waq lick
ing his chops beforo tho astonished
Chinaman could make a mote to put
a stop to the proceedings. Ho chnscd
the pup away and returned to have
It out with tlio chap In the cage. Hut
the monk only grinned and whistled
sumo nioic, which caused the pup to
return in a Jiffy. The chimpanzee fed
tho pup 1003 goldfish dining the pas
sage, and the Chlnnmun figures his
loss nt niuny yens.
The advisability or doubling tho
rates un second clnss mall matter In
nccurdanco with tho suggestion of the
postolllco department was uiged by
representatives of tho department lie
Inro I he. commission appointed by the
Tho swallowing of n draught of ar
senic solution !n mistake for spring
waler resulted In tho denlh of Dr. F.
K. Fieeinuii, ti vciorluury surgeon, at
Ids homo nt Uaiigor, Me,
An organization of heads of fam
ilies, letall dealers and fanners lmu
been funned In Now York for tho pur-
kiso of lediiclng tlio high cost of liv
ing. IMwiird Wlhc, tlio baseball plncr,
is nlioiit I" bo pardoned. Wlso was
lenlenced In bo electrocuted In New
Voik in 1SHU Tor tliu Killing or a cab
man. Hey. William Alexander. D.D., arch
bishop of Aimagh and nil pilmato of
lifluud, died ill Dublin.
NEW - TODAY
FOR SALE, KAIMUKI.
A btautlful btiiiii'. Just completed.
.Muiiiilllcciil b'w livery thing modern
New titlruclivu hiiugulows furnished
mid imfuriilsbi'd (hounds plant! il to
ebulee fruit Inuring II ,H. llui'L'alus
Address "J It.", Ibis tilllce
CARD OF THANKS.
The directors of the Free Kindergar
ten and Children's Aid Association lit
their leguhir monthly meeting passed n
vote of thanks lu nil thoii who so
kindly 1 it) pt it lu making the leeent en
tirtalnmiut given for tho beiiellt of
tliu association such n success, fluun
c tally (tilt) iiiilxtlcnlly.
The lolal neelpts wt rn 11,001 7B
.(t lccelpts 1 fclCSS
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
UNCLE SAM'S EMPLOYEES WILL
PROTEST JIT DISCRIMINATION
Mass Meeting to Be Held Tomorrow Morning Mauna Kca
Brought Small List of Passengers Delayed Shipping at
Hilo Honolulan at Matson Wharf Discharging Logan
Sailed for San Francisco.
A mass meeting of Federal cin-(
plo.vces in mis city win no uciii m
Knight of Pj thins' Hall at ten o'clock
omorriiw morning ut which tlmo dele
gations fiom the Customs, Postal, lm
mlgrallou, Internal Ilevcniio and Fed
eral Judiciary will bo present anil for
mulate n series of resolutions protest
ing ngnlnst what Is termed nn unjust
discrimination that lias for mouths
been In uguo which prohibits Fed
eral olilciuls or eniploees fnim trav
eling between tlio Islands and tho Pa
cific coast In the United Slates tinny
It Is claimed that any official or
employee connected with the Territo
rial government Is privileged to tnku
passage In an hi my trunsixirt leaving
Honolulu or San Francisco, provided
of course that thcie Is accoiniuoda-
linn for them after tho United States
army and navy folk either to or from
the Philippines hao been taken cine
It will be rcmcmhcicd that some
time ago a nulled protest was made
to tho United Suites government by
the repiesentatlves of those steam
ship companies having local agencies
here, against tho practice of local
Federal officials and omplojccs being
ylvcn transportation on American gov
ernment vessels, to tlio detriment of
the eoiniueiclal liners. The rale of
fare from Honolulu to Sun Francisco
on a transport never exceeds nine or
ten dollars a trip against anywhere
from sixty lo seventy-five dollars as
a rate of passage In a commciclnl
It Is the expectation that tho meet
ing to be held tomorrow morning and
called by William Jones, an official
with the postolllce, will result In some
action being taken towards reclndlng
nn order which now Is said docs dis
criminate ugulnst a Federal official in
favor of an employee who may be
connected with one of tho many
branches of service, under the Ton I
As one Federal officer put It this
morning. About tlio only way loft,
open for an employee of Undo Sam
seeming the privilege of traveling on
a transport nt reduced rales, would
bo to Join one of the road gangs and
by this method of enlistment in Ter
ritorial service, secure the muchly
Opium Accumulates at Manila.
The Philippine Insular government
sleuths nro ovor vigilant and as u
result of their labors a vast amount
of piopurcd opium bus been seized
during the past months.
At the present time tho insular bu
reau of customs has in Us possession
over 3.',000 pesos worth of tho drug
raptured In all shapes and In many
peculiar hiding places. Tlio stufl tins
irilved In port concealed In'nx han
dles, knife bundles, fnlso trunk bot
toms, bamboo prepared In a manner
like chnicoul and billed as such but
contulnug tho liquid form of the drug.
Less than a jcar ago twenty luigu
catalogues arilved In tho custom
house consigned to local Chinese Ow
ing In their uu'isuiil welght'they vycre
examined and found to have been
completely hollowed out In tlio cen
ter and tlio fpace tilled with four tins
if tho poppy Juice. One of the com
moner methods of liilnglng It Into
Manila In small quantities Ig In hats
with double eiowus. A case of this
undue wus In comt in which tho
Filipino was wearing a straw hut with
un Inner crown which allowed spice
enough between tlio two for the hid
ing of oiio tin of opium.
Line Changes Hands.
Announcement is madn that J, II.
Wulsford of Liverpool, tho priuelpil
shaieholder in tlio Union Steamship
Company of Vancouver, who lecontly
acquired an luteiest In tlio Uosrnwitz
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne '
( Schlitz Beer
Stennislilp Company of Victoria lias
taken over tliu interests of the Cana
dian Mexican Hue. lie will bring
soino of the steamers of the lines
uieratcd by lit in out of I.IvoiimioI to
litis ronst for I he Mexican service.
the llrst to come being the steamer
Inklil.i. This vessel will leave New
York In it few tlnvs In makii the voy-
niri. via Mitunlhiii to Kiillnu Cruz.
Ihenco to the Ninth Pacific. Olhei
steameiH will bo sent out later, pro
bably three being lined In the trade.
The Canadian Mexican line has been
operated by Captain T. II. Worsuop,
who received u subsidy of HuUU per
tilp from tho Canadian (luv eminent,
Ilio steamers Henley and Lonsdale
being emploved. Tlio Henley Is ii'iw
making her last trip and arrange
ments have been made for the steam
er Stralhdeno to replace heie and the
licckcnliam to Inler enter tliu service,
probably lu December. Clnonlcle.
Windjammers In Trouble.
Two windjammers, one of them
particularly well known nt this port,
uays the S. F. Chronicle, have been
111 distress, according to advices re
ceived lecenlly by Jerry Duly, super
intendent of the marine department
of tlio Chamber of Commerce. The
well-known ship Bdwattl Sewnll,
which sillied a few days ago from Phi
ladelphla for the (loh'en (late, has
put Into New York with Hie loss of
her foie-top gallant must nud ninln
royal yard, having encountered n se-
verp storm after squailng away on her
voyago in me rncinc.
The Ilritlsh ship Kt. Mlrren, from
Hamburg for Santa Hosalla, put Into
.Melbourne on October 10th in a dis
mantled condition following a terrific
excellence with severo weather. The
St. Mirrcu sustained the following
damages: Mnlu topgallant mast
spuing, mlzzen topgallant mast car
ried nway, boats slovo In and rudder
Lurllne Bringing American. Hawaiian
A largo New Yoik cargo Is to ar
rive nt Honolulu on or about Nov
ember IGth by tlie Matson Navlgitlon
steamer !, inline according to advices,
received by Cclieiul Freight Agent C
P. Murso of tlio Anierlcaii-Hawiiliiin
Tho I. inline lias been given freight
which left New Yoil; und listed ue
westbound cargoes number 237,
steamer American lenving Now York
on September inth, number 238, Call
fornlan, September 23, number 23!),
Hawaiian, September 29th and num
ber 240, (leorglun, October 5th.
lu addition to these consignments
the l.mllne will gather nn iicciimulu
Hon of fi eight nt San Francisco, des
tined for the islands.
Some Long Passages to Hllo.
llllo shipping ineu were expecting
tho almost dally nriival of the lurk
Albert, with lumber from Puget Sound,
the .Minnie 1C. Cain nlsn with lumber
and thltly-two days out un last Tlims
day. Tho BChoonor Camnno was dls
chuiglug curgo at tlio tmo of do
parluio of the Mauna Ken for Hono
lulu. The American-Hawaiian steam
er Isthmian arrived on Thursday
morning vvifli soino lines of cargo and
sailed for Kuhiiliil tlio evening of Hie
sumo iluy. This vessel ling soino live
hundred tons of railway steel for (he
Kahulul rillio.dl. With n full ship
ment of railway tics, the American
hrhooner Forester sailed for Hedoudo,
Cul., on Thursday afternoon.
Too Rough to Land at Laupahoehoe.
Heavy swells pmvcntcil (ho landing
of malls nud passengers finin the
luler-Isluuti steamer Mnuna Ken nt
l.iiupahoclioo on tho lust outward tilp,
Cailali Iloig rejKiitH better vvoather
TIDES SUN AND MOON
Jan. etc, tti
ui 0.1 sa
Full union November G at 5:17 il. in,
Tlmo not stilted In tallies.
Teniicrnlures. G a. in., 73; 8 n. in.,
7!); 10 n. tn., SO; noon, 81 j morning
Iluiometer, 8 a. in, SO.ori', alisolulo
humidity, 8 a. in., 0.119 grnlns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in
18 per cent; dew point, 8 n. in., 03.
Wind. 0 n. in., velocity 1, direction
NK; 8 n. in., velocity 2, dliectlon NIC;
10 a. in., velocity 7, direction NF;
noon, velocity 0, direction NF.
Ilnlnfnll during 21 hours ended 8
p. m., none.
Tolal wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 121 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(.Special Cable In Merchants'
Saturday, Nov. 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Nov. I, 12
HI.: S. S. Siena, for Honolulu.
HON01PU Arilved. Nov. 3: Schr,
Muriel, IS duvs fiom San Piuiicisco,
HII.O Sailed. Nov. 2: Schr. Foruater
in leluriilng to Honolulu. Tho vessel
was nn enily niiivnl this morning
bilnglug u quantity of empty bottles,
.'2 cords wood, hogs, 13sr feet native
lumber, 0 crates chickens, 2 iiulos mid
U0 packages sumliics. Tlio Inter
Island stcutucrs Heleue, Kauai nud
Kalulani were at llllo. the Heleue to
sail for Pimiiliiu. Tim steamer Nil
hau was loading caigo at llonolpii.
Wllhelmlna at Hllo.
Tlio Matson Navigation steamer
Wllhclmliiu was due to nnlvo ut llllo
Ibis morning whero work will nt nueo
begin In Hie dltrhargo of nearly two
ihoiisaiid tons cat go and the loading
of soino shipments of sugar, and oth
er lines of Island products. Tho Wll
hclmliia sailed for tho big Island lust
evening taking about sixty cabin pas
sengers. The Wllhelmlna Is duo lo
return tn this l'ort on .Monday, nnd
will then bo made ready for sea, being
scheduled to sail for Sail Francisco
on Wednesday morning.
Sierra Has Left San Francisco.
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra was
dispatched fiom San Francisco ut
noon today. Considerable luteiest is
centered on tho dcpnrtuio of this ves
sel fiom the Coast us the sailing fol
lows the world-wide announcement of
an outbreak of yellow fovor ut this
pint, nnd there is hope that the pub
licity given tho Infection hero may not
kcilously affect tho tourist travel In
wards the Islands ut this season of
tho year. The Sierra Is duo to nnlvo
heio on next Friday.
Claudlnc Salted With Big Cargo.
Willie taking u rather light list of
passengers, the Inter-Island stenmor
Claudlnc was dispatched for llllo and
way ports nt five o'clock last oven
Ing with a largo general cargo. Two
uitos weio shipped on deck vvhllu
generous consignments of fcitlllzer
and iri.iini) feet of lumber made up n
luntlou of Ihe freight list.
But Little Sugar On Hand.
Hut one lot of sugar Is icported n
awaiting shipment, on Hawaii nccoid
ing lo u report which was biought in
llils cilv by Purser Phillips of tlio In-'er-lshind
slcamer Mauna Kca, nn ur
nvul tills morning At Puunlmi theio
In said to bo liuou sacks mgar await
Noeau for Kauai on Monday.
Tho Inter Isl'iml steamer Noeiulian
been placed uu the boith fur departure-
fur Kauai put Is on Monday liven
ing. The vessel Is mailing a fdiip
mciit of supplies and general cargo
nud will bo dispatched lor wludwiild
pints at live o'clock.
Isthmian Takes Last of Sugar.
Ameileau-lluwiill'in fielghter Isth
mian look lat of tho Hawaii susum
wllh Iho oNceptlou of tliut left nt
lau plantations, This vessel depart
ed fiom nun wiih t:r,n iuuh or sugar
supplied ut Olau plantation.
Muriel at Honotpu.
Purser Phillip of tho Maim i Ken
repot Is passing Iho Aiueilcuu schoon
er Muriel nt llonulpii. This vessel
liiouglit down u shipment of lumber
f I oni tho Sound.
Building Big Ships.
Following tho uunounrcnient thai
tliu lluiiiliiiig-Ameilcnii lino Ik plan
ning n ship bigger than the new (l tu
ple comes tlio rt'ilnment, not yet un
tlioiitiitively confirmed, that Iho Can
mil couipilny will so lucieuso tliu size
of the new Aqullunla us to make her
n m. p tn
i.i ear ti v,
i.i a j; cm
1.1 ! T.f,
1.1 I.' T.H
1.11 -MS Kill
I.; i.uj c m
over Dun reel lung, len feet longer
than the Ilnmburg-Amcilcnii crnlt,
and more than fifty feet longer than
the Olympic. Published contempora
neously with this lutter report is an
Interview with Lord Plrrle, head of
the Ilelfnst linn of Harlan & Wolff,
biilldeis of the Olympic, Tltnnlu nnd
wvernl of the laiger ships now sail
ing to nnd fiom Hint isirt under the
(lei mini ling, l-ord I'll lie sas that
no mechanical dlmcultv Is Involved In
building n ship larger than the new
White Star luonsters, but lie Is In
cllned to doubt the truth of the st tries
legaidlug the Hnmburg-Aiucrlcati anil
the Ciinnrd plans for the reason tlint
the Olympic, now tnxes available doe)
accommodations to the limit on both
sides of tho ocean, nnd also liccaicc,
In his opinion, ships longer and of
gieatcr druft could with illfflrulty, if
ut nil, navigate New York harbor.
When n ninti of Lord Plrrlo's repu-
tiiiwii liunH tut ine posstiiiiiiies oi
slilp-htiltdliig ho is listened to with
mo inmost respect. At (lie same time
Hie belief will persist that tlie rum
ors of still larger slilH contemplated
by foielgn builders ure nut without
foundation. The White Star Conip.uiv
went light nhend uml gave the con
tract for tho Olympic nnd Titanic to
lrd Plrrlo's firm with tho knowledge
Hint no suitable dock wns available
for them In that port ami without any
positive nssurnnco Hint the War De
partment would consent lo the length
ening of the piers III tho North Itlver.
The very big ship which excels nil
others In point of size tins generally
pioved n piofltnblc Investment for
her owners. She cnmuiaiuls jnoro fieo
advertising than any other vehicle or
trutisiKirtutluii lu the wldo win hi. Her
cabins tiro usually well filled even In
tho seasons of slack travel. It Is Just
possible Unit the Cimard uml the Ham-hiiig-Ameilcau
companies aie going
to emulate tho White Slur people nnd
iiiKo u ciuinco' on getting longer
plera for tho Aqullunla ami the Hu
ll"! ator As lo the iiiestloiis or draft
and Hie capacity of channels, It would
bo Inleiestlng lu.hear fitiut Aimv on.
glneeis nud others luoie familiar than
laud Pinio can nosslhlv bu with con
illtlons In New York uh tu whether
Iho Olympic lepiesentii the limit o(
construction under these coudltlons.
.Vail) Freighters It ti I Fe Ofilcers.
Some ililllcully Is being experlencctl
by owners of tramp stennieiK lu secur
ing tlie proper kind of olllcers for
their vessels. Applicants for berths
are iiuiiieroun enough, but the class of
certlllcuted joung men tliut trump
owners would like lu their service nre
nil seeking employment In tho large
liner companies, dlsiegiiiding the
tramps entirely. The superseding of
stilling ships by trump steamers has
had much to do with the present sit
nation, us It Is not uncommon for
trump bouts to remain nwuy from Iho
home port tor two years or more. In
the liner service, olllcers are able to
enjoy u little or home lire, us the lin
ers come home at regular lutervuls.
In times like the present, when so
much of the romance of seafaring has
(teparled, the attraction of home life
upon the sailor Is gieater than ever.
Strange to say, tho Increase in ma
terial comfort on board ship has
somewhat alienated tho mind of the
seaman from his vessel und it Is rare
nowudii)s to find seafarers who take
uny pride ut nil in their Hunting
hollies. Perhaps, tlio growing ugli
ness of ships, from the aesthetic point
of view, bus ii great deal to account
for this decadence of tlie sailor In
stinct, to which must bo added
the fact tliut tho uvciugo steamship
olllcer of the present ugu knows very
little about ills own ship In n tech
nical sense, Incuutiiisi with tho cus
tom or former generations. Ux.
Women Crlve Middles to the Army.
WASHINGTON, October 23. That
nine joung midshipmen Just graduat
ed from Die naval academy, and who
olheiwlso would soon iccelvo then
commissions us Fnslgus, should vul
iintailly iibandoii lliclr eliniices of na
val caicers to accept rfecond Lieu
tenancies In tho Ariuj, when these
posts aro almost going begging for
luck or civilian candidates, came us
:i siirpilsc to Army und Nuvy circle
lu i week.
The explanation, however, Is one
that does not in any way lullect tip'm
iho attractiveness of a sailor's life.
Theie la u "woman lu the case," or,
lather, several women for It limn-
out that must of tlio young men who
have transferred to tho Anny uio un
xlotis to marry nud luko their hi hie,
with Iliem lo tho Ai my isIh when
they will bo stationed. Of annuo, tlio)
could niiiiiy lr they lemulned in t lit
Navy, but III that cise Ihoy wuulti
not bu able to enjoy tho company ul
their wives for peilutls uf Hiico yeur,
nt a time, und fiiciuwhllc, they would
bo obliged to maintain establishment
nslioie. An tho majority of the voimg
olIlceiH am nut wealthy, Ihe linaneli1
consideration becumea very linpor.
niit. "For KhI" riinl nt lliillntln
NEW - TO-DAY
Notice Is hcieby given that llui nnd
irHlKiietl will iiiakti a dual tllsli ibulluii
uf the iissils of lite Mi Iropollluii Meal
romp. ills', Limited, an llawullali col
potation, In tlie extent of 11.10 per
share, ut the ullU'o uf the Audit fum
piniy uf Hiiwitll, un I ti tin) Hliect, Ho.
iiolulii, Teriltmy of Hawaii, ut uny
liiiit' nn or ufler Iho 71b day of No
Slink ceilllleales must be produced
Honolulu, T. II., Nnvetulitr 4, 1'Jll
A. W. T IIOTTOMI.DV,
Tiiislco nf Mctiupolltnu Meat Cum
6073 Nov. 4, 0.
SHrMI 'L7 I
i 5-v I
1 tSr- V f I
MRS. K. SAOH.
Chlcngo, III. "I lilghly recommentl
T,..fr..a ItnrA Mult Wtllttknv. I WIIH
jsuii n it.w ...... v --
...... .U' imI Utirlttir wllb Iji flrimio
und took three bottles of Duffy's l'uro
Mult Whiskey. It cureti mo com
pletely and now wu keep It In tliu
house all the tllim." Mrs. K. Sage,
2227 Harry Ave.
Thoiisunds, like .Mrs. H.igf, nave ueen
ruretl by Durrj's Pure Mult Whiskey,
u-itlcli uiliiitiiiites and enriches tlio
blood, aids digestion, builds now tis
sues und HSBlsts in killing tno uisensn
It Is sold everywhere- In SHAI.KD
HOTTLKS ONLY. Medlcul booklet,
nlso doctor's udvlce, sent free to uny
onu who writes.
I he llnlTj Mult lYIilikC)- !'.,
Itnclicsler, .. V. S. .1.
A ii ti I vi: it
Saturday, Nov. 4.
Hllo via wuy pints Alailliu Kca,
stinr, a. m.
Friday, Nov. 3.
Ilnvvull via Maul pints Claudlne,
stmr., S p. in.
Hllo Wllhelinlua, M. N. 3. S., S
Sail Francisco Uigau, U. S. A. T.,
3 p. in.
Per stmr. Mauna Keu. from Hllo via
way putts, Nov. I. J. S Fllmoie. K.
1). Miller, Mis. Clnvlon, F. C. Clavt
(1. (llaciiueltl, II. II. Hans, C. (lilll
laud, C. Lewis, P. H.iiiiiuu, I- S, (Soil
ness, O. Williams, Mlis I.. Diitio, K.
(luglliiotu. Miss M. Dins, It. It. Flgin
ami wife, J. Sukul, M. .McKenzle, Mis.
I. II. McKenzle, Mis. .1. Sou.a, S. C.
Hell, wlfu mill 3 chlhlieli. (1. F. D.I
vles, T. Olive- Davlcs, (1. W. Wallace,
C. A. Sahr, MlsH K. Sandiy, .Mrs. K.
I!. Dotlge und child. F. .1 llaie, V. II.
Ynndell and wife, W. N. llellluger, II.
lleig, Y. Ishi und servant, Mrs. It, Cul
ien, Miss It. (llbson, Mrs. A. Navval
und child, Miss .P.ilull, Mrs. Konamu,
Mrs. I.. Ames and nurse, T. K. Clarke
nnd wife, A. C. Don sett.
I IMS.SK.MIF.IIS ji:P.KTKI
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlna, for
llllo, Nov. :). A. Alliens, K. II. Aus
tin nud wife, C. Smith, wife and four
children and u seivnut, Sam Parker,
lr A. 11. Horner, T. .1, Hmliiiaii, (I.
Duncan, D, S. llnwmnu and wife, K.
Nell und wtfo, Mrs. Henilhan, Mrs.
Trouliunu, J. Duncan nud wife. .Mrs.
.1. J. llui ke and child. Miss K. S.
Wight, C. It. Illylh. II. lloliues, W.
Krlart, Mr. Mariner und wife, Jos.
Shalinors, W. C. Saigenl, W. I. Welib,
(1. A. Scnvllle and wire, It. P. Daw.
O. i:. Wright, II. II. Flllott. A. C. Ste
ven. J. S. IMvvards, .1. 1). I'm Is, Jr.,
Dr. C. I.. Stow, W. W. Cocks und wife,
J. C. Curia u uml wife, John Watt ami
Per stmr. Muiiun Kca, for Hilo, via
wuy iKiits, Nov. 7. Mrs. R. C. Scatl,
Mrs. I.cderer, A. Alliens. C. Alliens,
Mrs. J. J. Hurucr, Miss F. I., lll.ic.ivv,
H. W. Dlggs. D. II. Jlaconachlo. Mrs,
C. .1. Robinson, J. c. Curriin nnd wife,
Mr. Howes, I). O. May, 8. lleunltuoio
uiitl friend, .Mis. (I. I.. Dosha, II. W.
Chamberlain nnd wife, Mrs. .1. W. Me
Onlie, C. .1. Iliimer. II. Cockett uml
wire. II. Iiiiwcr und two rilend, W. K.
Notley, wife nnd two chlldicu, Miss
C. Lindsay, Mrs. M. Lindsay, MUs
L. Lindsay, Mrs. A. O. ltiicklund and
children, o. lleindt und wife.
Per stmr. Milium l.oa. for Hllo, via
way purls, Nov. 10. T. H. (illisou uml
wire. Miss J. II. Minsoy uml fiiend, J
S, Fllinuie, W. T. Fiusl, I). (I, May.
Mlm N. Wulbice, W. C. Athl.
Per stmr. Kluuii, fur Kuiui pnrts,
Nov. 7. F. (), lluyer, F, Wllllains, W.
W. Cocks, Mrs. Cocks.
A vvreiilh with il broad ribbon of
black was plaeetl In the name of llui
Ainerlcini navy by Hit, cuskelt, uf tho
l.lberle's dead lu tliu iiiki'iiuI ul Toii
lun, Fniliee. by tliu naval ultuehe of
Iho Amerltau i-mbassy
When Cbailes Tutilnos asked Tula
Skal.(Vtnes or lioslou in mu uwuv
with him. Unit vniing wouiaii diow a
rovolvcr and seilously wouiide,) bur
10" TO 50 REDUCTION
Main Entrancei Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
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