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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY.'DEC. 1, 1911.
- , (Itciinlc Maled IMrdloii.
Hawaiian Third lligrie.
llniiiiluln ( liapler llojul
Od'imlf Second Degree.
Aloha Temple llcguliir.
All vliltlng members of tM
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodge
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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& 13 0.J1 r, i;
o in, Mil MP
tftet on th
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
1ARINE ENGINtER? 0tn li.
REFICIAL A5Sn!AT!0H. ciaUoni cor.
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I'll 0.3'il 5.ll "WT
Last quarter of Urn moon Nov 28.
Tlmo not statu! In tables.
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
Thanksgiving Day. The Sflierln Ih fines, niiil wo would defeat oiir own
well In'lon with paBscngcis iind cargo, object If wo did,
VESSELS TO AND '
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Sjictl.il fable lo Merchants'
Friday, Dec. 1.
SAN PKANCISCO Arrived, Nov SO,
5 60 i. in.. S. 8. Shlno Mnru,
lieiico Nov 21.
NEWCASTLE Sailed. Nov. 27: S. S,
St Klldn, rur Honolulu.
S S. lloniiltilan, will nrrlvo from
j Seattle, Tuesday morning enrl
Mnny n niiin with u ltd lion- hn
licui wrongly incused.
WM. McKlNLEY I0D0E. NO. 8,
Meeca every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brother! cordially Invited ts at
F. F. Kll.nET, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. I.
C0N0IUI1T LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honelulu Lodge No. 816, D. F. O.
fllka, meets In tbelr hall, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
alng. Visiting Brother are cordially
Invited to atteni.
D. P. n. I8ENBER0, H. R.
GEO. T. KI.UEOEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Tuesday
of euch month In Fraternity Hall, I. O.
O. 1". building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
W. J. nOHINSON, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of R.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Friday at
I 50 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Here,
tnnla and Fort streets. Visiting broth'
era cordially Invited to attend.
S. DECKER. C. C.
O. HEINE, K. of R. A S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of ench month at 7:80
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
itreet, near Emma. Visiting brothers
sro Invited to attend.
P. HiaaiNS, W. P.
WM. C. M'COY, Secy.
Edward Enrle, the noted Psychic of
Sun rriinilmn, who for mir twenty
j ours Ims been prominently Identified
with tin- Spiritualists' societies of Amer
tin, Is In Honolulu nnd will demon
Htrnto psychic phennnuna, etc. Spirit
ual ndvlte on nil matttrs given. Dally
10 tn 4 j evenings by appointment. Tcl-
epliiine 3913 or at residence, 782 Klniltl
Htrett. Grand Seance every Thursday
Eve, 8 o'clock. G090-2W
THREE OFFICERS INJURED IN
BATTLE WITH FIERCE TYPHOON
After two days battle with the ele
ments In which tho Pacific Mall llnrr
Siberia rode out n tj phoon of unumi.il
severity, Ihreo well known officers In
that vcsrcI received serious Injuries
which laid them up for a greater por
tion ot the vovago ncioss tho Pncl-
Quartermaster Vnn Dtiscn, Stoornge
Steward Hozartv and Sloiekeepcr
Cooloy nre threo officers In the Si
beria which arrived from tho Orient
this morning, who will havo occasion
In rdtnntiilinr tlin utnrm wblrh the llll-
or bucked soon after sailing from Yo-
Kohama, Japan. MoimtaliiH or watur
piled agalnHt tho Krt sldo of tha
Dlpiinnlllii. ul an.i.olil.. nn.l .lDfltla ,lf
brlno swept nenm her decks carrying
away a imantiiy of upiiorworg umi in-
unuating tne quaricrs oi pruciicauy
all officers who make their home at
that portion of tho ship. Tho three
officers met with accidents In the per
formance of their duties. It was nbiitit
ill a man's life was worth lo attempt
a passage along the port sldo run wny
during tho continuation of the ly'
Thle. morning the passengers ivcro
Inclined to inako Unlit of the Incident
though' It Is c1nlmt.fl that there wiih
more than lino tiavelcr on board who
felt far fiom safe nnd contented while
tho galeB Rhrleked through the rig
ging nnd tho great green sens piled
high on the lower decks. Ior I wo
days tho Siberia was In tho clutches
of ono of the severest storms In her
history. This morning, tho quarter.
master nnd storekeeper were Just
about nblo to bo about their dutlcJ
after their encounter with tho olo
incuts. The men received a number
of bruises from coining In contact
Alth tho violence of the Inrush of an
gry wnleis. While having hut little
to sny, Captain Adrian Zecder nnd his
officers state (hat the storm was ouo
long to be remembered. The passen
gers wero obliged to remain within
doors or in their rooms.
Tho Slehrla wns an early arrival to
day. Had It not been for tho delay
caused by the tv phoon the vessel
could havo easily i etched the port on
Nearly sHty dclcgntos from tho Ame
rican liiBllliite of .Mining Engineers
lire through passengois, having spent
mi onjov.iblo nnd profitable senson In
.Iniuii. Honolulu iccitvcil fi cabin
7 second class and 77 Asiatic stecinge
passengers. Of the hitler lire 32 .I.ip
iinese, s Chlnoso and .17 Filipinos,
Tho through 1st liiuudos SS etbln
1G second claRs and 91 Asiatic steer-
The Siberia Is to sail for Han Kr.iu-
(Isco at live o'clotk this evening after
Inning discharged 127.' tons Oriental
Tho vessel carries In trntislt to San
Francisco- nearly seven thouiaiid touR
valuable cargo which nccotdlng lo w,
Onugo. tho well known ft eight cleik
includes oxtuusivo consignments oi
ten, silk, rare isncelalns and curios
giitheied fiom many ports along the
coast of sla.
Purser "Muse" Hunt made It ex
ceedingly pleasant for his charges In
the arrangement of a series of enter
tainments on board when tho storm
clouds hail cleared away. Hunt lus
few equals ns n good fellow with
trans-Pacific tiaveteis nnd In many a
rctnlnlscenee of the late l.tmcutcd
Asia, Hunt nlnavs looms up with pro
minence. Tho ciitlro Chinese staff connected
with tho stewards department pirted
Willi their queues while at Yokohinin,
Tho same Is In n incisure true of the
Orientals In the flro ami engluu
It was wllh much i egret th.it n re
port of tho death of Miss (lough, tho
Siberia slownrdcss wns received with
the arrival of tho vessel nt the tort
this morning, Tho deceased wns well
ilkod by the officers In tho liner. Her
death occurred very suddenly during
tho stay of the Slberiii nt Yokohama
"Wo hone that congress will Investi
gate the Mibjeit of stcnni-ihlp lines
Having ntrnngumcnls with railroads.
Wo will he glad to go before nny
committee. Wo havo nothing lo con
ceal. Wo have Increased our move
ment of freight by the Tchunntejicc
Isthmus from 20,000 tons In 1H08 to
7C0.0U0 tons. Wo could not hnva done
this without drawing freight itway
from the transcontinental lines.
"We will cany out our plans with
out tho nld of the United Stntes gov
ernment, Wo nre not seeking Mib
sidles of nuy kind,"
AUHlYEPj -f j -T,
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors ' Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
I Mont Roufje Wines
Mumm's Champagne '
American. Hawaiian In Panama Ser.
The Ainorlcan-Hawallan line, ropro
rented at this port through C. P
Morse, ns general freight agent will
place In tho New Orienns-Punaniv
Pacific coast trade Immediately bov-
oral ships to take tho jilaro of the
California and Atlantic Steamship
comnnny s vessels and to obtain the
largo founago merchants gave to tho
lino that mysteriously wltl.diow from
this port recently.
Tho foiegolng Is tho substance of
UFSiirunco contained in u messigo
from President Dearborn of tho Amc-rlcau-Hnwnllnn
"We nlrcndy linve 19 steamers to
draw from and wo nre building five
others," snld cDnrhorn. "However,
we can run a recllnn of our lleol Into
tho Now Orleans tiade as fast ns
Btenm will enrry It.
"We will bo prepared to enrry 2,
(rflo.ono tons of ft eight annually. Wo
linve no railroad affiliations and nro
going Into the Panama rotito lo get
nil the business wo can. as our pillcy
leqiilics. wo are not In a position to
No Survey Work for Hawaii.
The United .States (Icodellc Survey
culler Me-Arthiir has completed Im
portant work In Alaskan waters In
Irlnugiilatlon, hydrography nnd lojio
grapby on the wist coirat of Cook In
let. She iibo obtained dnta for the
Government on tho position of l,.i
J'crousFo Binder on Icy bay. Tho Me
Ailliur int-ilo it survey of tho shoals
off Mnrtln Island, where tho steamer
Portland of tho Alaska Pac.flc Com
pany struck, mid definitely locnted the
big submerged lock nt tho north end
of Douglas island which has caused
several wrecks nnd has been u con-
Mant menace to navigation. The rock,
iillhuugh nearly COO feet square, had
never been charted. Officers, of tho
AlcArlliur leport that the Portland did
r.ot strlko on nn unchaitcd rock, as at
first supposed, but stranded on
ahaip ledge of rocks on which ihc
Government had considerable data.
However, n icsmvcy of the exuet sp.it
jwdiere the vessel struck was made.
The McAithui's men sa Ihat the west
Aldo of Cook Inlet Is n imrndlso foi
hunters. Mcxiso, deer, ducks and
(Moiiho nro very plentiful n short dis
tance from the beach, and I ho cutter's
officers had an opporeunlty to try
their hands as nlinrods.
' mako any arrangements with railroad Is prohibited.
The linihor commission Ins drafted
n new set or nilos and regulations
which will bo found more stiiiigent
tliun those herotofoio In effect. With
tho )assage of thu latest regulations
nil vessels cnlcriiig uny port. In the
Tenltory may bo moved from ono an
chorage to another bv the order ot
tho harbormaster. Thai official will
huvo tho assignment of nil berths and
application for such must bo made lo
tho official by skippers who are oh
llged to stale dimensions of tholr re
spective, vessel. When oidered to
shift berth vessel masters do so at the
expense of their owneis. Mooring of
vessels must bo done by oinp!oces
of tho harbor officer. Tho new Ijns
also regulate tho pumping of oil nnd
bilge In the linihor. It piovldcs for
tho protection of tho harbor by the
stretching of Inipaullu from ably to
whnif In the dlschnigo or ballaiit. The
casting of dear animals overboard
within the limitations of the harbor
Friday. Dec. 1.
Snn 11 nncLico Sierra, O. S. S, n.
China and Japan hi Is Siberia, 1'.
M. S. S., a. in.
A , -f
Thursday, Nov. 30.
Illlo-Wllheluiliia, M. N. S, S 5
Friday, Dee. 1.
Kona nnd Knu ports .Manna Urn,
4 . 4-
I I'ASSKMI'KKS AIIIIIVKD I
v -r; ! r -
Per O. 8. S. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco, Dec 1. Mis. J. N. Abbay, C.
Alvurcz, Miss S. M Anderson, Mrs.
W. C. Ualley nn, child, It. II. llark
wlll, W. A. Bedell, F. Ilelico, Mis.
Bence Mis C V. Bishop, H. I Ill
shop, It. F. Bishop, Dr. C. Biiffelt, Mrs.
Torn llurinilstcr, Oco, Calder, Mrs. W.
I, Calhoun. Mrs. IS. M. Camp, A. II.
Oalbcart, Mrs. M. F. Chllds, Miss IX
Clark. Mis, I.. .1. Clephorn, W. I). Col
lins, Miss F. Conover, C. C. Cuiilin, .1.
M. Cummings, O. F. Dllllnghnm, Mrs.
(1. ll. Doorr, II. Fontnna, Mrs. II. F.
(leer, O. T. (Irlffith, John Hay, Mrs.
liny, II. II. II1I1 Mrs. Hill, Mrs. E. V.
Hinckley, O. W. Jnmlesoii, Miss Nora
Johnstone, Mrs. I?. A. Jones, I.. M.
Judd, Mrs. Judd and child, O. II. King,
P. Klugsbuiy, Geo. H. Korner, 1'. I
l.amoreaux. Mis. l.amorc.'uix, Miss
l.ainoreaux, Mrs. J. Lang, Mrs. I). P.
l.awrcnco and child, J. K. Lynch, Mrs.
It. M. McKliu, Miss Kunlcu .McLaren,
Mrs. Ernest Mann, Miss Edna Mann,
Miss Mnilo Mann, W. Mnnn, C. II.
Mever, C. Miller, (leo. Milne, Hubert
Milne, Miss II. Nlcholl, Chns. Norton,
A. P. Oliver, II. Oppcnhclmcr, Mrs.
Oppcnholincr, J. Pawtey, Mclvlu (1.
Pfnff, Mrs. Pfaff, U It. Parker, Mrs.
Parker, Major W. A. Purdy, Mrs.
Purdy, Miss Alice Ilnvmond, Dr. A. I.
negensberger, A. II. Itlro, A J. Iluiij
oti, Mis Hunyon, J. T. Scully, Mrs.
Scully and child, Mrs. F. I). Schone
man, Miss A. Smith, F. N. Stccii, A.
O. Stewart, Mm. Stewart, Miss (llatlvn
Toland, Miss L. Twoiney, A. Valen
tino, Mrs. Valentine, J. Vlvlchaves,
Com ad C. von llninm. J. T. Walkor,
Miss K. V. Ward, Capt. F A. White
head, Mrs. Whitehead. II. D. Wlshard.
Mrs. Wlshard, (I. W. Young, Sirs.
Young, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick.
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3083
lil R. A. BJLOVl begs to announce the opening of his new store
at the, corneji;, of Fort and Hotel streets,, in the new
Pantheon Block, on
iiu r' "n -
1'lS i fl,
On which occasion he will have on display an assortment of Gowns and Costumes, replicas
of those from the most noted costumers of London, Paris and New York. Second only to
the display of gowns will be that which is dear to the heart of womari-iingerie in exquisite
patterns and workmanship. Laces, Embroideries Dress Patterns, Handsome Shirt Waists,
Corsets, Dress Materials. &
EVERY ARTICLE NEW
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mk Your Inspection of the New Mm
Jm. Stock will be appreciated Mg
Your Inspection of the New
' 'Stock will be appreciated
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