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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1911.
The Equitable Life
"Stronsest it. the World"
The Safest. Most Liberal, and Best' Life
The Equitable Life
A Policy to Protect Corporations
Joint Life Insurance
Young Men and Women Workingmen
Men of Wealth Wealthy Women
Self Supporting Women
Temporary Insurance at. Low lUtes Annuities of all kinds
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
Bishop Insurance Agency
L. M. JUDD anil Mm, Judil have re
turned from an extended visit to the
mainland, arriving tills morning in the
Mrs. K. V. CAMP was among the re
turning passengers In the Oceanic lin
er Sierra from San Francisco this
A. 11. CATIICAUT, n hrother of City
and County Attorney John Ciithenrt,
was an arrival in the oceanic stenm
shlp Sierra thW morning.
W. S. COOKSO.W of Straits Set
tlements, Is n In) over passenger to
arrive In the Pacllle Mall liner Si
beria. Mr. Cooksoii Is Interested In
C. ALVAHKZ, n son of Dr. Alvarez.
a former Spanish cuiiHiitur represen
tative at tills poit, Is u passenger in
the Octnnlc steamship Sierra. He
will remain here for some time.
A. C. llitYKIt, accompanied by his
daughter, Is a New York lea man who
has completed u business tour of Ja
pan, KormnHa and China. He Is n
through passenger In the Siberia.
C. C. CUNIIA, well known here and
on the coast as "Toots" Cunha, has
returned to the Islands after an ex
tended visit on the coast. He was n
pnxsenger In the Sierra this morning.
rijou theater! Whitney & Marsh,
PACIFIC FLEET, ATTENTIONI
NHW HIM. TONHIIIT,
Muitcal from First ts(Latt
HUOHES MUSICAL .COMEDY CO.
The Hebrew and Cerman Comedians
at Their Best
Rippling with Fun and Melody
TWO IMIRKOKMANCCH NIUHTI.Y
Night Pric 15, 20 and 30 Cents
Saturday Matinee 15 and 20 Cents
Without committing myielf to an action, I shall be pleased to receive
particulars regarding the Equitable Standard Policy-bearing Annual Divi
Address , m
Date of Birth Year Month ...('Day i. K (
GOOD, LIVE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED Excellent
Compensation for men who can write business
Tho harbor commission has now fln
Isheil the compilation of tho rates of
dockage for the ports of Honolulu und
llllo. The list will be presented ut an
Viirly meeting of tho board and will
In ull probability ho accepted us It
stands. The propoi-ed rates uro us
, All vessels steam or sail barges
aud bulks using the government
Wharves of the cities of Honolulu and
i Hid. Territory of Hawaii, shall pay
for tho use of said wharves tho fol
lowing rates per duy or parts of u
day. The day to he twenty-four
hours, beginning ut noon.
' Full rates two cunts per registered
net tonnuge, us follows:
Vessels discharging or loading car
go. Vessels while discharging or load
ing cargo, or luklng or landing pas
sengers and baggage.
f Vessels while taking on stores, sup-
Vllen, fuel or fuel oil
Vessels with cargo
Vessels Mint are engaged in towing
vesseiH wiuiu receiving ui uintiiuiH
)ng ballast or receiving stiffening.
v Hulks or barges discharging or tak
ing on cargo.
Half rates one cent per registered
not tonnage, us follows:
Vessels either discharging, loading
,hr lying Idle while occupying outslda
' Donkey bcqwh occupying outside
icrths used us lighters discharging
cargo Into vessels.
' Quarter rates, one-half cent per reg
istered net tonnage, as follows:
, All bulks or barges lying Idle, either
ut n wharf or outside, of other hulkH,
Imrges or vessels lying ut u wharf.
t'All vessels, hulks or burges under
j Special: Donkey scows while in
operation occupying outsldc'bertlis, no
No reduction In rates will bo made
for any part or parts thereof, or idle
days during the period of dlschargo
or loading cargo.
Rllflditvti ntiil linllil.iVH wilt hi, fr
days, except for vessels discharging
or loauing cargo, receiving or lanuiiig
passengers, receiving stores, supplies,
fuel or fuel oil, In which cases they
shull pay full, rates.
cargo on board, while
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered 'for Record November 29, 1911.
From 1030 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
CM W Txchmll und uf to N K
I.N' Iv Hniythe and vf to (lunrdlun
'I runt co i.tu AI
Duu-xHt Co Ltd to V A rlcliaefer... D
llnmllioliliT of Duwxett Co Ltd by
trx to a Mcniicrir rur iivi
Von Hnmni-Young Co Ltd to Mur-
xhitll II Weuli ,...Ilul
P Iv Kiiii.innoltiitnnl nml vf to
Jiiim. Armittrmiir r ill D
l'hocho K llaymond mid hsli et ul
to D.ivlil A Unww-tt I)
David A Dowxett et ill to Junies
W Arlui.'l; 1)
Kllubeth K Knight nnd ,hli et ill
tn Jnnii'M Achnpk D
Jim V Achui'k to I'huebo K liny-
mono i'i ni u
V O Iliirnhnrt nnd wf to ilulul A
Von Hainni-Young Co Mil to Mnr-
xiii II Wehh Ilel
Y Ah Kill tn John r Cnlhurn CM
Wululuu Aeretl Co Ltd tn rlnlomon.
Kst of A K ('leghorn by exors to
Antonio IVrry M
Il.ink of Kimull Rtil tn Antonio I I
Antone r Miiripiex nnd uf to Union i
Loan & ri.ivs Axn of II Ltd M
II St J Niihiiolelua by atty et ul
to Kow Hlu D
II Watcrhoiixu Tr Co Ltd, tr, to D
K Kulmulelli Itel
O.ivld K KuliiiuU'llo nnd wf tn C
I, 1 l.rl.'lr. ! .. T
Mulnnlulu and wf to Dick Iv Dlu-
Entered for Record December 1, 1911.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
n 'r-umii.il in Minn TnklmiL'liI ftel
Kul Kuululuuu to Knwallou I.nnd
iir.nkkon..r Plrxt-clasM accountant
wanted to take charge of odlce and
bookx. together with cashier's duties.
i.iiHt.inBM references muxt be given.
Answer "Hookkeeper," P. O. Box 487,
Heavy gold xlgnet ring. Monogram
"A. T, V.". lleturn Tor rewaru io
Y. M. C. A. - MOT-lt
Prexsniaklng and altering. Charges
rruKonulile. Lucy Jang, Punahou St.
near Kalakaua Ave. Thone 3982.
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANK8.
in.... r T Avlult wlnhen to extend
.. .. . .!. . 1.1 tTrtma t.n.l
those friends who bent flowers and ex- j
. imh.Ih.i tiwlr nld und xymnatliy during
j the Illness und after the decease of
Mxh A. F, carr.
Itegulnr business session and elec
tion of olllccrx of Aloha Temple, A. A.
O. N. M. H, will He held ut tho Ma-l
... m ... .. (...A .. n. dnliip.ln.' '
xonic jeininu ui i.w i. ......,
'Uerember 2. 1911. Vliltlng Nobles are
.cordially Invited to ho present.
I JAH. S. McCAN BLESS,
I Illiixtrious I'otentute.
I IIAltnY C llItUNS,
Co Ull D
Sol Knululuaii to Woluliiu Agrctl
Co Ltd M
15 1' Kognrty to Thomas T Miles.. U
Thomas T Miles and wf to G V
Kogurty ..........,.! M
Mliu w nillVANV wife uf Ihn ueii
eral superintetidtnt of tho Atlnntic,
Oulf and Pacific, which has to no witn
extensive port works at Manila, Is a
through passenger In the Pacific Mall
MISS S. M. ANDKHSON, Mrs. V. U
Calhoun and Mrs. J. IJing. related to
ofllcers connected with the Pacific
llect now visiting thce waters, were
arrivals In the Oceaiilc steamship Si
erra this morniliK.
1)11. A. R. HKaKN'SUKUOKn, a well
known physician and surgeon from
Run Vrnnrlxen. nrrlved 111 the Slerru
this morning and will make an ex
tended tour of the Islands before re
turning to the coast.
.1. nr.CKKli. nrni of the old guard
of tea buyerB, who make annual pil
grimages to the Far liusi, is returning
from a successful trip through the Or
ient. He Is a pussengcr In the Siberia
en route to Sun Francisco.
J. A. MOWINCKLK, tho representa
tive for the Standurd Oil Company at
Halpong, Cochin China, Is n through
passenger In the Siberia. He la on ex
tended' leave of absence from the
French port of Sopth China.
V. MAnONI. traveling chef for tho
Pacific Mall service, Is a passenger
In the Siberia, be having Joined the
vessel at Shanghai. Maronl'has been
spending some time on Hoard me va
rious liners with n view of un Im
provement In the Bervlce.
mih nnildll. a well liked official
connected wltli.tV Pacific Mall liner
Siberia, servlUE r l,le Tclllaclty of
stewardess, died at 9Yokoliama ub u
result of heart trouble. Miss uougu
ivim ii fiiiullhir II en re with Honolulu
and through travelers In the Siberia.
CA1TAIN V. A. WHITKHKAU ami
Mrs. Whltcheud, u former nuvul olll
ccr now retired and possessing large
landed estates linFlorlda. arrleU this
morning us passengers in tho Sierra.
They will make -a complete tour of
the principal scenic points in me is
lands before returning.
K. M. llACHIlACH, of Manlln, now
one of the largest Importers of nuto
mnl.lliMi In the Far Kast. Is a through
passenger In tho Pacific Mall liner Si
beria. Mr. uaenraen is imciiuuig io
make a general tour or tho mainland
und return to the Philippines by the
way of England and the continent.
C. 11. MBYEIl, a newspaper mun
und novelist, Ib a visitor at Honolulu
by the Oceanic liner Sierra. Mr.
Meyer will remain In the Islands for
some time before resuming his Jour
neys to the Fur East. He expects to
spend some months In gathering duta
throughout China, Japan and the Phll-
JOHN T. SCULLY and Mrs. Scully
lmo returned from a visit to tho
coast. While away Mr. Scully pro
moted a series of aeroplane 'exhibi
tions In which the French aviator,
milium flmirud. Mr. Scully has ent
ered suit for damages to the amount
nf flftv thousand dollars ugalnat a San
Francisco hotel for false arrest.
FRANK LEMINQ, prominently men
nni wlih the Atlantic. Quit and Pa
cific Company at Manila, Is a passen
ger In the Siberia en route io uiu
mainland, whoro he will visit the
i,ni haiiitnnnrtera of the great con
struction company before returning to
bis Btutlon in tno rnuippinee. mi.
taming haB been connected with the
port works In progress nt Cebu, Phil
MISS ALICE UAYMU.-NLF, a rornri
im r wido reuutntlon. en route to
Australia, where ahe will open an en
gagement with the greut HicKura cir
cuit, was u passenger In the Oceanic
liner Sierra this morning. Miss Ray
mond will take passage In the Canadian-Australian
liner Marama leaving
hero on or about December Oth. She
is uccompauled by her business man-
.. A - II Vn n t n n fl
M.' J. ADAMS of Albany, N. Y., waB
nun nf tho Incoming passengers on
the Wllhelmlna from tho Coast. He
!s accompanied by hit. wife and child.
Mr. Adams has gone to HUo where
he will ho associated with Engineer
iiii i.. ,t.A i.aU rnn.i rnnstriictlon
lliauifi ill inv. .- ,w-.. --
for the Island of Hawaii. Mr Adams'
u-na win. Mr nlshnn on the highway
i construction of New York State. Ho
will be followed by Mr. Patrick who
,waB also ono of Mr. Bishop's staff In
Monday Wednesday Friday
FOR PACIFIC FLEET
PROGRAM CHANGED TONIGHT
See and Hear
Pretty Dameutei and Song Artiste
Operatio Soprano with the Birdlike
Clair and Clinton
English Singers and Comedians
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There is just one ol each
The finest lines of New and Up-to-
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Prices you have ever seene
$6.00--ALL 8UITS FORMERLY $10.00 AND $12.00.
7eOOALL SUITS FORMERLY $13.00 AND $14.00.
8eOO--ALU 8UITS FORMERLY $15.00 AND $16.00.
9eOOALL 8UITS FORMERLY $17.00 AND $18.00.
lOeOO ALL 8U,T8 FORMERLY $19.00 AND $20.00.
50 Pairs of 54x72 COTTON BLANKETS .90 Pair
50 Pairs of 64x76 COTTON BLANKET8 1.20 Pair
30 Pairs of 60x80 WOOL BLANKETS 6.25 Pair
20 Pairs of 70x80 WOOL BLANKETS 6.00 Pair
90-lnch LOCKWOOD BROWN SHEETING 30o Yard!
72-Inch " " " 2o Yarfll
63. Inch " " " 20o Yardl
45-Inch " " " 15o Yard
90-Inch PIiQUOT BLEACHED " 32'2o Yard
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36-lnch PARAGON " " ! Wo Yard
36-lnch POLAND " 8'2 Yard
36-lnch DAKOTA " CAMBRIC 10c Yard
42x36 PEQUOT HEMMED PILLOW CA8E8 $ .20 Each
72x90 " " SHEET8 85 Each
90.90 " " 1.00 Each
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