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R, a . EVENING BULLETIN,
B U 1
HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, -1911.
m . .
(beanie Si cnii.l Degree,
III 11 II 11:1 tl -I'lrst ItcLTIC.
IIiiiiiiIiiIii Tlilnl llegrir
llarniuii) Chapter Vn. I,
0. 1'.. S. Iliglilnr..
All tUltlnrc niambarn ol uc
Order are cordially Invited to
attsnil mooting! of local ladf
tfeet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
KARINE ENGINEER? 0ftei aim.
JEWEFICIAL A?Sor-lATIOH. ciatiom cor.
lially invited. ' '
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first uinl third Tuesday
of each Month lu'lYaternlty Hall, I. O
I). '.' bulldliiif. ..Visiting brothers cor
dially IiivIIimI In attend, '
W. J. ItOHINHON. Sarhem.
K V. TODD, C. of H.
40N0LULU LODGE, 016. B. P. 0. X
Honolulu Lodge No. (16, D. P. 0.
flki, uicetn Id their hall, on King
Ittaet, near Kort, every Friday ava
iling. Visiting llrothen mra cordially
invited to atteni.
1). P. It. ISKNIIKUQ, E. n.
UF.O. T. KI.UKdlX, Spc.
ffM. McKINLEY L0DQE. HO. 8, ,
X. of P.
Meeis every 2nd and 4ttt Saturday,
renin at 7:30 o'clock lriK.6t'P,
Hall, cor, Port and Ueretanla. Vlilt
lug brothera. cordially lultd. J-,t-land.
itVi ' lL-USWul.iU
F. F. K1M1ET, 0. C.
K. A. JACOHSON, K. R. I.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every nrst and third Friday at
Tsv o'clock, l'ymian nan, corner ncri:
(aula and Fort streets, yisltlns; brpth
tm cordially invited' to attend.1, ' " ""'
S. DECKEIt, C. C.
O. liniNE. K. of n. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E,
Meets on second ntid fourth Wednes
ilny evening of ench month at 7:30
o'clock, In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Kmina. Visiting brother
nr (i Invited to attend.
I'. IlinniNS. V. P.
WM. (.'. M'COY, Secy.
IMwnril Kuril', tile noted Psychic of
fian Friinrlsco, who for over twenty
years has been prominently Identified
with tliM Spiritualists' socletl V Amer
ica, Is In Honolulu and will demon
strate phychlc pheonomea, etc. Spirit-
tiai.iulvlce on all matters Riven. Dally
10 u,1; evenings by appointment. Tel-
rphonn 3HI3 or lit residence, 783 Klnail
street. (Irani! Seance every Thursday
Kve, X o'clock. C073-2W
Declaring that there Is a sintlmcn-
tal reason lying I., hind bis mission
from Australia to America, Inasmuch
as the spread of comincrco between the
two empires, of which his country was
part, means the welding of the Knit-'llsh-speukliut
races and the subse
quent peace of the world, Trade oi
inlssloucr Nell Nellsen of Austra
, took this lis the basis of his talk to
tho-iueinbers of the fouiuicrrlal (Huh
lit noon today.
, After thanking the people of Hono
lulu for their hospitality, he said that
h Is ulunys pleased In meet the bus
Inesu men of a community. "They,'
he said, "an1 not biased or paiochlal;
they view everything from u business
standpoint, and this means limn i
world's standpoint Down hi Austra
llu wo believe that commercial ping
less means woibl's priiKi'css. Vn get
to know people of oilier lands belli r
an I to appreciate the good qualities 111
them, mid more particularly are wo
benefited through Intercourse, with
other white uutloni
"I am coming over herotlo see what
trado relations can bo opened up be
tween Australia nnd the Culled
Stales." llu then touched on the sag
n r production of these Islands and
stated that as far as he eould see
thoy wero right up to the highest mark
that could bo reached nnd far and
away ahead of anything In Austrnlla
where. lirlKutlon Is not practised.
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
BEST THAT THE MIMAS AFFORDED
The Commanding General's Suite Was None Too Good Over
Two Thousand souls Aboard Mauna Kea Away lor Hilo
This Morning Hilonian in With Mainland Cargo Lur
line Nearing Islands Sierra to Take Few Passengers.
An erstwhile member of tho United
Slates marine corps, once stntloncd n
tho sand stiewu wastes at Camp Very,
proved mi aristocratic slow away who
"iiuseil nil sorts of amusement for a
largo number of voyaging army folk
dining tho sexen day tilp of tho Unit
ed Stales in iu transport Thomas,
which emtio along side tho naval
wharf this moinlng with intir two
thousand souls on boaid.
The marine In question was unm
oored among n detachment which left
the Islands some lhouths ago for tho
ciiisl In taking leave of Oahus coral
Iraiid, this servant of Uncle Ham
neglected to attend to a few essential
fnrmuHtlcH which would , assist In tho
care of his wife and two little cli Il
licit who were rather unceremoniously
The lure of the luscious papain, and
Hie call of the purring surf, however,
proved too strong, and at any rate,
when the rejuvenated Thomas steam
ed beyond tho portals which guard
Iho (lohlen date, rumors began to fly
.ibout the spacious social decks of tho
troopship of the presence of n myste
Who Is he7 Which Is he? wero fro-
quiinUy bandied about during ,tiiiti
dritUug. conversation .uround tud'ptnk
ti':ifjahle fan tiio'nltor deck during the
Hiatal lipilfa' oH tlie jwaiilnay laftvrnouii.
Tne'jn'esence or'lhe unrated straugor
unveil an Interesting tonic In the ta-
A row days ucioro grim old Diamond
i lead came Into range of vision of tho
navigating olUcers, and following up-
on a lesearch of an .officer came up -
on a neatly and khaki clad young iiuin
lulling, at. lilf ease Intue now.sumptu
ously, appointed Bmoklng.rooni.v 'Ma
was ugcimUuIj, andrU .close questioning
youth possessed "no more rank than a
Jack rnhblt." Who was he. that ho
should llnd sweet solace liuouo of tho
cahlns set",apart for the elecUIn arniy
circles? 'But such" was tho ease, and
for seifal days 'the former Honolulu
marlno lived orf the fnt of the land
or rather the bounty of benevolent
Uncle Samuel who generally takes
good care of the upper strata at least
of his faithful servants while afloat
With a finely finished cabin at, Ills dis
posal, ami access to tho groaning ta
bles In tho dining saloon, an idea
tional cigar with the "higher tips"
and the trim built figures upon whom
Iho real gold luco of tho army and.
navy Is displayed, the huinblo llonu-j""l by local and through passengers,
lulu bound stowaway lived a llfo! Jerome Is In line us a targot for well
which nrove.i to bo 0110 unadulterated ! directed complaints regarding his
and irrldcsccnt dicain of mllltuiit
and Iridescent d renin of militant'
lonietlmes obnoxl6us "red tapo" of)he
It was n rudo awakening, accord
ed this young man. .When disclosures
were finally forthcoming and ho was
divested of some of his, glad rags and . niodutlon In the big urray of stule
llnscl, and brought ilown to "huro rooms. With room for two hundred
I'olcs," consldernblo chagrin was evi-jnnd thirty first class passengers, the
dent In certain circles over tho un- little company who havo thus fur
masking of another lleim llrmumel. Indicated their Intention of Balling for
The stowaway, together wllh a less the mainland tomorrow will find
toitiinule Individual, wero placed in themselves a rather lonesome inliior
Iho Thomas brig, and guarded by Uy. Tho Sierra Is taking away u fair
rliong sleel bars (he men were' sized cargo of Island products, des
brought to Honolulu where It Is iin-'plte tho fact that tho sugar season Is
ilcrslood arrangements will ho made homo weeks In advance. Tho Sierra
for their safe keeping until tho pass-' will sail from Oceanic dock, tho Ter
ing of a transport en route to Iho rltorlal hand will be In attendance,
coast In which point they are slated
The Thomas steamed through the
channel ami Into Iho harbor ut an
early hour this morning with thou-
Kind passengers 011 hoard, Including!
olllcerB, enlisted men of too army and
navy, and Hie members of tho trans
Tho enlisted men to remain In tho tomorrow moinlng. Tho vessel Is
Islands will bo distributed to tho sov-. bringing 117 sacks of later mainland
oral branches of tho Bcrvlro. A mini- mall and 11 quantity or express inat
hir will enter the signal corps, thero ter, Tho freight to Iho amount of
1110 15 casuals for tho Fifth Cavalry, BSOO tons Is In tho main shipments
11! rocrultB for tho same organization, of nieichiindlso that loft Now York In
W. C. Peacock & Go., Lid,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
ulso enlisted men for the hospital
corps. First Infantry, First Fluid Ar
tillery, Second Infantry, tho 105th Co.
C. A, C, nnd coast artillery corps.
Chief Clerk George Itoenllz, of the
local naval station was a rcturtilim
pnssciiKcr from tho mainland where
ho spent some months on racatlon
leave. 15. B. Davis Is n forago mas
ter with tho quartermaster ilcpirt
ment. . A grand total of 1857 passengorK Is
teporteil by tho quartermaster.
The Thomas Is to sail for Manila
via (luani at llvo o'clock on Wednes
day evening. The vessel will ho sup
plied with six hundred tons coal dur
ing the slay at this port. A small
amount of baggage and personal ef
fects was discharged here.
The enlisted men have been paid
off, In fact were given money Just be
fore sailing from San Francisco. 11
Is estimated Hint there Is In tho neigh
borhood of thirty thousand dollars In
circulation among tho fifteen hundred
men on hoard tho troopship. (1am
lillng ruled the troop quarters tho
most of the llino on (he way down
Irom the coast.
Mongolia Takea Jerome and Many
The Pacific Mall liner departing for
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong at
llvo o'clock last evening carried a
number of Asiatic passenger)' from
homeland. Thoso Included u few Chi
nese and many Jnpaneso. A iwirty ol
Hindus were rounded un before the
ll0"r of sailing and Induced tocou-
iinue me voyage to tno car lisi.
,fheso. undesirables liavo.bceu work;
lng lit railroad icamp3 along. thoicoasi
iiiul.havo.bqcn shipped out ly.the,cuu
tractors..:. They hung' abouttheiwater-
front yesterday during the stay of the
Mongolia at the irt but finally were
.mustered on hoard -In tho evening,
Loss than Dfteen ..tons cargo wns left
hero uy tno vessel
Purser llarry'Mcromo who created
a decidedly unfavorable 'impression
with Honolulu Federal olllctiils and
others whoso business called them to
the Mongolia yesterday Is rumored In
Pacific Mall official circles as engag
ed for but the one round trip. Jorome
never was considered as u howling
success as an accommodating or ge
nial mannered official even during his
extended period of service In China,
n number of years ago. From talcs
vvoclul lack of civility nnd tact.,
Small List for the Sierra,.
The iiopular Oceanic "forry boat"
Sierra Is to depart for Sail Francisco
at ten o'clock tomorrow morning with
about fifty passengers finding nccom
end n largo mainland mall will bo dls
patched by tho postal oflllcliils.
Lurtlne to Hackfeld Wharf. '
Tho Matson Navigation steamer
I.urllne with fifty-eight passengers
nnd one of the largest cargoes of gen
eral merchandise In her history Is to
come alongside (he Hackfeld wharf
rout- illfferdut lots by Amcilcnu-tlti-wallan
Atlantic freighters and was
transhlpiied at Salluii Cruz to San
Francisco there to be again transferr
ed to the I.urllne. About five hun
dred tons freight will be discharged
Sparks from the Wireless.
Wireless reports from steamers
proceeding to and from tho Islands
wero received from the following last
P. M. S. S. Korea, on route from
Yokohama, 8 p. in. 1138 miles froin
Honolulu; wilt nrilve at daylight
M, N. S. S. Honolulnn. enroute to
Snn Francisco, 8 p. in. 050 miles from
Hlto; nl well.
M. N. S. S. I.urllne, en route from
Sail Francisco, !):30 p. in. 112 miles
off Honolulu, light northwest winds,
calm sen; will arrive t n. m. Wed
Timber for Pearl Harbor.
Tho American schooner Crescent
with n largo shipment of lumber nm!
heavy timber for Pearl Harbor cou
nt met Ion was nn nrrlval off the isirl
this morning twenty-two days from
Kaglo Harbor. The verscl was pass
ed by the Federal officials and n line
wns then tnken by the Mntsou Navi
gation tug Intrepid and tho vessel
towed to the new naval base, there to
The Inter-Island steamer Xtnul and
Wnllelo from Hawaii ports with ship
ments of sugar and rattle were aril
vals at the poll early this morning.
The Inter-lslaud tlagshlp Malum
Kea for Hlto and way ports, taking a
number of tourists bent on seeing tho
wonders at the volcano sailed from
her wharl shortly after ten o'clock
this moinlng. The Mauna kcu car-
lied a fair sized cargo for dlschargo
at the Island ports of pall. Shortly
after the noon hour the steamer 1.1-
kellko wns dispatched for Houokuii
mid Kukiilhaelc with a large .consign
incut of merchandise and supplies for
Dig Island plantations Including lum
ber nnd fertilizer. The Knual Is to
ictiirn to Hawaii at an early hour this
afternoon there to again enter the
Hawaii coasting trade between the
sugar ports and llllo.
liurllne Will Be Passed at Sea.
Jlri McCoy, a Federal quarantine of.
fleer "wliii conies her to fnl;e-tlie place,
of Dr. Currlo In Hie local service. Is
reported by wireless as on board the
Matson Navigation steamer I.urllne,
and Instructions have been Issued for
DIIW..WI. ,w ipb.w.b. t'
Opposite Yohng'HoYel""' Phone 3083
Dining Room Sets - $50 to $500'
Dining Tables - $7.50 to $125
Dining Chairs -
Today we have on display an Empire Colonial Dining Room
Set) n so'id Mahogany, comprising one to ft. Extension Table, one 5 ft. HutTet,
one China Closet, and Six Leather Seat Chairs. This is the fi.,cst set we have ever
shown. The price for, complet set, - $4:50.00
It came from "Hopp V
means good furnitnre
TIDESSUN AND MOON
cf t- 'I r; $ I
i. in. ip.tn. p in. fi.m.l
0.11 1.0 .il.li 5.l I..VI 0.U J.p.
I0. , flea 1.01, 0.1:1 s. II-
ll.l." I..1 " 0:ll "." 0.11 5.1
l.t.'. .J IIM Mil 7.l 0.11 S.lt
l..vi 1.1 i. ;. sin o.u s.t;
S.J" l.T 3l 7.J) 9 01 0.IJ S.IT
310 i.s I t.x, Kit 9A o.llf..i;
0. 1 1
Last quarter of the moon Nov. 12
l)r. McCoy to make an oxamlnallon
of Iho passengers and grant pratique
to the vessel If all Is well on bbnrd.
Tho I.urllne will In event (if a clean
hill of health, come In the harbor
without delay nnd should ho along
side the railway wharf not later than
half luist nine o'clock tomorrow morn
ing with 11 largo list ol tourists nnd
a mainland mall.
LESS JOY RIDES
WILL SAVE TIRES
Joy-rldlng on country roads wns one
of the many mutters which caused
some HncH of acrimonious comment
umong the several factions, oil thcelty
and county Hoard of SUlervUi'M nt :i
meeting held last evening. That coun
try highways are n menace to the
longevity of iiutoiuoblle tires has 1 11
brought to the attention of .Maor J. J.
Fern In 11 rather lengthy appeal.
Kughieer lien has Informed the
board that ho made an Investigation
of complaints coining Into the major's
olllce concerning' tho placing of sharp
and looe lock 011 that portion of the
county highway near K I pa pa dutch.
(Pre states that the stone Is placed
there for the purpose of removing lunch
mud from the wheels of passing ve
hicles. Unless this provision Is innde
the loud Is tracked on the macadam
for a long distance and the surface of
the macadamized portion of the ro id
Is ruined past all redemption. Tlieclly
engineer oners the consolation toiiiuo
owners that If the machines are driven
at a reannnlu rain of speed over tho
rock-strewn' portion of the road, no
particular harm will be done Iho tiros.
Kugliieer (lere submitted plans and
estimates of a storm sewer In AteMin
der street extension "from lie'retanln
sired makal of llhg street, willclicall
for an i'NpcndJJiu:e of $2inn (o eoni-
iplete. .Thl Is a pintttr, thai may oc
cupy thr ntlentlon nf the- rtHid com-inlUi-c
at no very distant date.
More,-8tret;i Extension. ; ,..,
Th'rii'tloncHlff'rlnff TCshlentv hhd
J)iHlncss;,nij:n,'n tltev'vlcliilty of JKuu
klnt'Wrcet iia"vn heeti'glveii n'h nsur-
unco of hop!' in that Superintendent
of Public Works Campbell has prom
ised to take up the matter of sicurlng
11 right of will' through lands which
will puinlt of the extension of Kuaklnl
street iielween Fort , nnd Nuunnii.
Campbell has untitled the board that
nil arrangements huve been perfected
for the pl(ipood oxtcmlon, and It Is
now possible for the work to go abend
without further delay.
Joseph Itlchards, lulllt 1npeelnr for
the city and nullity, has reported
through the committee on sanitation
unit health that, having made a care
ful Inspection of the dairies conducted
by William (ionics nnd Jos linos Fa
rla, he has found them to bo In ac
cordance with the provisions of mu
nicipal ordinances and recommends
that permits be grnlited for the sale
Clly nnd County Treasurer Shingle,
In submitting bis monthly statement
to tho city fathers, reported total re
ceipts as )IOfl,SM.71, with disburse
ments 11s $50,(121. !i'J, leaving a balance.
Iii the municipal coffers of $r:t,G2l.'.i
on November 1.
Mnnoa Street Names.
Minioaltes are desirous of soma
changes being made In the nomencl'l
Inre of slreets In that district. Act
ing upon behalf of (ho residents, Su
perintendent of Public Works Camp
bell bus unfilled .Mayor Fern nnd the
board that he has changed the names
of three streets or avenues In that
section, us follows: Fast Malioa will
now be known as Wood I awn avenue,
Million avenue now goes under the
more iipproprlnte nnpie of Seavlew
avenue, and this thoroughfare leads
Into Pokolc avenue. Campbell has In
I hunted to Iho board that 111 Ills opin
ion the requist It n fair one, as the
name of Mauna was applied to about
four different roads In that locality.
Which Is said to have led to much con
fusion. Tin; city fathers were mailo. glad last
evening by the receipt of a ry ronr-
ti oils iicliiiowledginent coming from
Dr. J. S. II. Pratt of tho Territorial
ltoanl of Health, who hi a communica
tion states that he desired to ac
knowledge the receipt of u favor nnd
III response tu convey his thanks and
iippreelallou to the board for Its offer
of assistance In the present mosquito
Moro Fire Apparatus.
Chief Thurston of the Honolulu fire
department hns notliled the hoard that
1 1110 new inoior-iiriveu cuimilcnl e
iglmsilr" expected to nrrlvi- within
inbuilt, 'olio month. The supervisors
have Ifrrangi'd for the distribution of
tlieeHiemlcal engines and jilsii.havo
prnvl'Joil by special resolution for tho
roeclpji of t
tenders for llfteen hundred
(in done. hair Inch llni huso.1
" TMi'ii Tiff hi". A' Pdrin"illcW,'cimToyefl
In n hat stort on Fort street, opposlto
thc.C'lltb stables, fn! 'disappeared from
M ;; fowl fekwl
There's no place like "Hopp's" for Dining
We have anticipated the usual demand for
Dining Sets at Thanksgiving time, having as
sembled here the largest collection ever ex
hibited in Honolulu. ,
Here you will find complete sets inMission,
Colonial,, Flanders, and Modern designs, in
Mahogany, Golden Oak, Early English, and
A glance at prices quoted below illustrates
the range of our assortment, making Hopp &
Co's. the most satisfactory place for furniture
Buffets - - -China
$1.50 to $15
Tuesday, Nov, 14.
San Francisco Thomas, 0. S. A.
T a. 111.
San Francisco mid Seattle Hilo
nian, M. N. S. S., a. in.
t in-:i'AitTi:i 1
t , 1
' Tuesday, Nov. 14.
llllo via way ports Mauna Kci,
st in r., 10 a. m.
Hawaii ports Knual, fitmr., p. m,
llonokaa and Kukullinelt l.lkellke,
t PASSK'NlintS I100hi:i) 1
Per O. S. S. Sierra, tor San Fran
cisco, Nov. 15. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A.
Wright, .Mrs. M. C. Michael, A. II.
Wills, J. 0. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. J.
It. Morton, Muster Hughes, Mrs.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Mrs.
C. I. Dooner, Mrs. Patten, Mrs. U .Mi
chael. N. Nielsen, M. F. McKniop,
dipt. V. KlclHer, .Mrs. M. Johns, Dr.
Atuclcnll, II. K. Davis, Miss 11. 'Tlllo
liiann, II. W. .Mcintosh. .Mrs. II. T.
Pltimmcr, Miss D. Plumuicr, .1. Nun
son, Mrs. A. IIiovvii, A. Vnlcillln, Mrs.
II. Crawford nm! daughter, Mr. tun'
Mrs. II. llerzer, Mr. and Mrs. It. J.
Taylor, Miss M. Wnrne, Miss K. Itlh
stock W. F. Nclll, l II. Fredenhall,
Mis. II. It. P.vcrillng and child, Miss
C. Ilium, Father Joseph, Father fteg
Inald, Mrs. I.. Iliilnasou, Miss K. Wal
do, Mrs. J. M. Dyer and Infant, Mrs.
J. C. Stone.
Per stiur. Klnail, for Kauai pints,
Nov. 11. Francis (lay. Miss I,. Wal,
II. Killers, A. Copp.
The Toyo Klsen Kalsha Ceulral ami i
Poulh Ameilcan bound freighter lluvo
Maru made a very brief stay off tho
lirt yesterday, departing for the Mexi
can coast In the afternoon, after the
skipper had been given opportunity
to cable Hie general agents In Japan.
The fluyo hail no cargo for tho Isl
ands. The hoard of education 9 lending
11 hand In the mosquiln light h bend
ing out circulars to each of tint
schools. Then' am printed 011 si Iff
cardboard and have a picture of Hie
mosquito In three stage", the (lrr.t In
tho egg, (hen comes the larva and
lastly the full-grown day Insect.
Tho Junior branch of the Hawaiian
Philatelic Association will meet Wed
nesday nltcrunnn fionifour to five at
the Y. M. C. A. As far us possible,
this will be an exchange ineediig, and
all mcnibciB are requested to bring
books for exchange purposes.
Captain C.irrlsou McCaskey, ndjil
lant oMIiO'Flflcenlh Infantry which la
on lliowny to the Philippines, was y
Taller at department liemlijunrteri
' ! The -Tlioraas brought, an niitoinobllo
foVt!le "like rlf (lciier.il Macomb and
.UeVhoAdqiiarlbrs start. Tho miilor
fills a long felt want.
$25 to $135
$20 to $100
Satisfaction or money