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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1911.
l.rulil Fliapler No. '-'-(I. II.
(Inlcr of Hie Iciuplc.
lluvtiillnu Third llrgrcc.
Honolulu Chapter III K
tiliir .. . in.
tlaunllnti- 'llilnl Dirrrre.
AM TlattlPc mrrabtni of tB4
Order r cordlully lnrlted to
attend meetlngc of lociil ledges
tfeet on th
2nd end 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 F. M.
MARINE EHGIHiEBy 0th Auo
KEFICIM. A5Snp-IATI0IL ciation. cor.
WU. McKINLEY-IODQE. KO. 8,
X. of P.
Metes ariry 2nd and 4th Bsturdty
tiling t 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hull, cor. Fort nnd UsretanU. Vlilt
Idr brother! cordially lnfltd tt t
ind. F. F. KILI1ET, C. C.
i:. A. JACOUSON, K. K. B.
tOUOLULTI LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. Z.
Hontlulu LodKO No. 618, B. P. 0.
Clk, meet In their hall, on King
ll'reet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ting. Visiting Ilrothtm ara cordially
uvlted to attend.
d. p.'r. iSRNiinna, e. r.
UFO. T. KI.UKQEL. Sec
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets eviry drat nnd third Tuesday
of each month In Fraternity Hall, I. O.
1j. !'. building. Visiting brother cor
dially Invited to attend.
W. J. ItOUINSON, Sachem.
H V. TODD, O. of It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
MeeU every first and third Friday at
I-IO o'clock, I'jthlan Hall, corner Ilere
tunlil and Fort strcetu. Vlsltlms broth
ers cordially Invited to nttend.
S. DECKER. C. C.
O. llliINC, K. of It. & B.
HONOLULU AERIC MO. F. O E.
Meet im necond nnd fourth Wednes
dny evening or each month lit 7:30
o'clock. In .in Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, near Hmina. VlsltlnB brothers
are Invited to uttend
p. iiiacitNS. w. p.
W.M. C. M'COY, Secy.
IMwhiJ linrle, tho noted Psychic of
Han Francisco, who for over twenty
jears has been iironilnently IdcnllUt-d
Willi the Hplrltiuillsts' societies of Anjer
lea, Is In llonoliilii and will demon
attain iyclilc phenomena, etc. Splrlt
ual ndvli'i, on nil matters given. Dally
10 to 4 j c-v, iitngs by appointment Tel
ejihonci 3913 or lit resilience, "fc'J Klnaii
Ktreet. Annul Keuncu eviry Thursday
Kve.. 8 o'clock. CO&O-lf
Importer Fort St
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY HATS
f V .v MILTON & PARSONS
b Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3088
!-, Christmas Millinery
Xi A ory JuiiiJhonim iiiupmy or Ti itnnu'il
:JV ii,... ..
n Fort Street Upstairs In Boston Bldg.
EVENINQ GOWNS AND WRAP8
',-' Cleaned by Abadte's French Process
i:MnnMk i o, .,,.,
K i mini Laui.uiv
K,", ,, i, (.T, AilADlH. Proprfitnr)
it' ; in King street phone 1401
4i Jin llranehes
UK-OR-i-BI-i-a ((II.IIW'ili''i'i'Mll ! IMBIIlM'i'iM'i'iMII'M'i'iMMaiMI'iMIIMlllMIIM ITITWi imTTi TTiD V rTT'Tlii T'lTVIH Mtt 'J: 1.
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
FACILITIES FOR HANDLING COAL
AT THIS PORT ARE PRAISED
British Vessel Master Highly Pleased at the Prompt Dis
charge of Freighter Saint Kilda Chiyo Maru Has Fair
CargoFrom the Orient Lurline to Sail Saturday Even
ingMexican Away This Morning With Largest Cargo
Sent From Islands In American-Hawaiian Vessel.
Tho facilities for the prompt din
chaw of coal from eacl to nlmre
or hunker at tho port of Honolulu are
declined by Captain Lewis, master of
(lie film new Urlllsh steamship Snlnt
Klldn far better than at tho mcr.iBo
pott visited by tlfe reflation ocean
KiilitK tramp In the Journeys about
.ho wot Id.
Captain Lewis Is enthusiastic In lit J
praise for thu speedy unloading of
tho large cnrRii of Australian co.il
wLtnl. In, Kifiiinlit In llilu tuirt 'Din
Eiilnt Kllda arrived hero on Inst Sun-
nay niicrnoou wun ibuo ions niui
liiotiRht Irom Newcastle, N. H. V. and
consigned to tho lulcr-lslaiiil Stcnm
NnlKallon Conipany. Tho essol he
can the dlxchana1 of this fuel on Mon
day morning nnd nrcordlnR to state
ments made by thu cheory Ilrlllsh
skipper this morning, his ship was un
loaded of tucHo hundred tons of coal
The eFsel lava at tho Inlcr-lslanil
coaling station and bunkers where thu
very latest facilities for tho expedi
tious handling of coal arc Installed.
Tho Saint Kllda "Ml probably bti
illspatched on Saturday afternoon for
l'ugot Soutiil ports. This vessel Is
i.udurstood will he given a charter to
curry u shipment of lumber from Ucl
lltiRham lo Australian ports accord
ing to .piosont advices received by
Mexican Carried Big Cargo.
At ilnybreak thin mornlug the Ante-rleau-llauallan
lug nno of the 1'iiRCst cargoes of lln
wnllau ptoductB to leavo tho Islands
In un A.-II. steamer, depatted for Sa
Thu Mexican has heen gathering
couslguiuents of fielght at Island ports
for nearly u fort night.
(leticral FrelRlit Agent C. I'. Moiso
suiplleil the Mexican with U'.laii Ions
sugar alone, and heshles this Immeuso
freight there was .1.J0 tons miscella
neous cat go such as pineapples, wool,
honey and wux. Tho Mexican pro
ceeds to tho Isthmus of Tchuantepeo
whoro the cargo will be trntififonod
icross tho Isthmus to Amerlcnn-lln-wallau
steamers operating In tho At
Mall for the Coast Tomorrow Morning
A mall, will Im dispatched fur thu
mainland in thu .Japanese liner Cliljo
Maru tit ten o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. The Oceanic H. S. Sierra Is duu
to nrrlvo with nearly four hundred
sarks of mall mailer at daj light. It
will tequlru Komo lino nianeiueilng
.ti the part of local business men lo
give attention to their mall and fur-
waul 11 teply In 11 steamer leaving'
within 11 few hours of that on which
tho correspondence was received.
Tho Cltlyo Maru will take a fow
layover cabin passengers from Hono
lulu, destined1 for San Ftanclscn.
Few Passengers for the Lurline.
Tito Matnon Navigation Hleamni
I.urlluo tu ball for San Francisco at
six o'clock Saturday evening will nut
tnko n very largo. list of cabin pas
sengers according to tho list of ap
plicants now on (lie at tho offlro of
Ciistlo nnd Cooko. The Lurline, how
ever, will carry n very heavy cargo
mado up of over seven thousand tons
sugar and molasses, also sovcral him
mod tons pineapples, rice, coffee and
tniudi les, A consignment of bananas
will bo forwarded to the mainland In
Klnau Goes Out on daudlne Route.
Tho Inlor-Jsland steamor Klnnti
which has been on tho local inarlno
railway for a fortnight, undergoing
i'.ltctntlons mid repairs attendant to
'ho annual inspection, will he dispatch
ed for Illlo yln Maul and Hawaii ports
it flvo o'clock tomorrow evening, tak
ing up tho run formerly covered by
tho steamer Cl.itidlno. The Klnau will
probably m.tke two round trips heforo
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
the Claudlno Is again icndy for ser
vice. The old reliable Claudlno will
go on tho marine railway for over
Schooner Crescent Made Steamer
The schooner Crescent which has
inado a number of trips from Sound
ports to l'earl Harbor with lumber
and supplies for the dry docks made
n very good second to steamer tlmo
on tho last voyngo from the naval
I use. The vessel sailed from Pear!
Harbor on December 7th and arriv
ed at l'ort Townsend jeatcrdiiy, utrip
of a little less than thirteen days.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Kllauea
will catry a qunntlty of lalo Christ
inas freight for Kona and Kan iorts
( n sailing from this port tomorrow
afternoon. There Is a largo assort
ment of merchandise to be forwarded
to tho Ulg Island In tho new ateamct.
The list of passengers booked nt the
down town o'lllce Is not a large onu
ns travel between the Islands during
tho holiday week Is not large.
Tho Inter-Island steamer V. O, Hall,
an arrival from Knunl ports will not,
he dispatched for Claiden Island ports
until Friday afternoon. This vessel
will uwuit the arrival of the Oceanic j
steamship Sierra from tho coast with I
later nialulaiul malls mid express mat-1
tcr. In the following thu regular
schedule the Hull would havo sailed
for Kauai ports nt five o'clocl: thU
It Is rcKirted that tho American
rchooner Camatui with a shipment of
lumber has sailed from Port (iambic
with destination ns Illlo. Tho vessel 1
cleared tho Hound lort yesterday,
t I'ASSKMIEHS IIOOKKI) 1
I'cr M. N. B. S. Lurline, for San
Finnclsco, Dee. 23. J. V Hay ward.
Dr. A. 12. Itegensburger, Miss C. A.
Moyer, Herbert Morse, Judgo A. Fer
ry, I,. 1). Timmons, J. O. Lulled. (I. II.
Norton, Mrs. Jns, Kvatin, Mr. and Mrs.
Per T. K, K. S. S. Chlyo Maru, for
San Francisco. Dr. l'arnrlclne. Miss
A. M. Hyerly, II. Kunimorfcldt, 11. V
Tho fiowrnnr hus received Iho fli.it
copy of tho paper being Issued by tho
au Francisco exposition, it Is called
the "International Fair'' nnd Is hold
for twenty-live cents. Showing pro
minently among tho pictures Is Con
gressman Julius Kali n who recently
visited theso Islands.
Ilutter In all brands and condition
'n at the present tlmo holng tun
llnoiigh Hip analytical mill by Food
Commissioner Kdwnrd II. Illaiicharil.
He started work this morning on n
series of experiments wllh the differ
ent brands that are sold around town
nnd had gono fur enough to get some
sort of n line on whnt wna before hlni.
. The pineapple lands at Alca lire lo
bo thrown open a noon ns' the sur
veys nro mado, according to n state
ment made by jind Commissioner
Charles S. .ludd this morning. Theso
nio part of tho lands leased to tho
Dowsett estuto and which lire lit tho
present time bolus used or grazing
The appraisers' In the II. II. Iteujes
estato have Hied their report In tho
Circuit Court. The total value of nil
the real and personal prowrty
amounts to $137,131.28.
DR. CltOSS, who left Peking ns ho
thought thnt then) might bo a mas
sacre of foreigners, Is now staying In
Honolulu for the present.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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New moon Dec. 20 nt fi:0'J u. in.
Founder's Day exercises In com
memoration of the twenty fourth an
niversary of the Kamchninchii schools,
came to a close last nlRht, when the
'sous and dnughteis of Kamchntucha, '
the teachers, trusted and' n few
friends of tho schools were guests of
President Perloy L, Home, nt n Ha
waiian liinu. The limit wus served In
the old gymnasium, whose tiscfulners
will ceaso at the close of this, year.
The building, urcordlug to President
Horno, will bo icplaccd by n new and
more substantial stiuctiire at the be
ginning ol the new year. With the
removal of tho old gymnasium, and
iho election of a better building, Ka
lnchiimeha will becomo one of tho
best equipped schools In Hawaii. In
teresting rpcerhes were made, after
which tho luau ended.
President Hnrne, Inrslsted liy his
cnpablo stnff of teachers, personally
attended to tlie vvnnls of their gnesls.
The older Kiimehumehns, were highly
l leased with the attention accorded
Chns. IX King, Introduced ns an
educator of no mean ability, mado n
hit when he rcKrted, not ns super-
Maunakea Street, One Block above Hotel Street
Comedy Musician and Singer
In Addition To
In Addition To
I OdelU1- !ta
I u ifwil Troupe
I Hart Wmmm, " '
I piM'-i ' of
I Great MvJ' 1 rained
I Comedy Ekx Monkevs
Team kjpBIP2 ' '
I A Rear Show
M i -
I Four New Interesting Pictures'
I Priors, 10c, 20o and 25c. Children Half Price
"Vising prlnrlpnl, hut us n Kame'.ia
mchn, that the schools along tho Konn
coast, Haw-all, whete lie Is lioljilnf
along tho educational work, were!
practically under the control of Ka-!
mehamehn students. He said Dint
not only were there Kninehainelm
lencners, tint Hint they were pnnci-i
pals of the schools there. Ho ndvls-'
oil the younger Kainchamehns to conic,
to the country districts, vvhero oppor-l
tiuilllnu flln litniitlritl nllit uIipIm lliev
tan better themselves and help lip-lift!
thu Hawaiian race. v
Hon. Snm Kcllinol, covered n h!g
per field." when he spoko of Iho exist
ence or the spirit of unity "of tho Ka
nichamchn sludents. Ho expressed
himself greatly ideated to, find tho old!
nnd new mingling together. f
Journalistic, wink In Ihu city of llo-l
nojiitit, and In general, was hrlclly.
iiscusseo uy a lormor siiiucni hi ia
leeliHinelia. Had It not been for tho
presence of mulling faces around him,
ho would have been u wrecked orat
Picshlcnt Homo made tho closing
speecli of tho evening with appropri
TO ISSUE BONDS
Hnwiiilnii-Anierlcnii Rubber Com
pany stockholders held n meeting yes
terday afternoon Tit 4 o'clock In tho
unices of Williamson & lluttolph nnd
uitthiirlzcd tho Issuance of !3,,000 of
bonds. The action had been expected,
the llmiiiclng arrangements being now
mil di'llniil. The bunds will bear 7
per cent. Interest, nnd the details o(j
iiieir i,:uiiiiee win oe milieu oiii ii)
lllds fur the Issue will be opened on
January 1 1. Tho bond sale will tnku
care of the overdraft with the agent
mid of Improvement. The rompany's
pro-pects are briglit.
The man who ventures nothing
gains nothing except trouble.
Tho supreme remit hns now goro
fmm tho Judiciary building mid will,
not hold session Ihcic iiunlu until tho
building hnx heen teconslructed.
This moinliig the uiemberH of .ludga
Whitney's court, from tho Judgo down
ward hud their Coats Off ami wcru
hard nt work moving. All work dom
ing before tho Judge In future will
he carried out nt the old Y. M. C. A.
Judgo Uobtnsoit's court hns nlrejdy
moved there and will be In shapeli
tomorrow for work. Judge Cooper
goes as soon as he can clean on (lie
calendar that Is define hlni luiw,
Temperatures fi n. m., CC; 8 n. in.,
71; It) n. in., ,; noon, 74; morning
Ihirometer, S n. in., .10.01!; absolute
humidity, X a. m., r,.!i,13 grains per
cubic foot; lelntlvo humidity, 8 a. m.,i
12 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 62.
Wind ti u. m., velocity 3, direction
N.; 8 a. in., Velocity 1, direction N. V.;
10 n, m., velocity 4, direction N. 10.;
noon, velocity II, direction N. 10.
Hnlnfnll during 24 hours ended 8 n.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, lil miles,
John Wsley Hill, president of Jho
luternntlntuil Peace Forum, Is u pas
senger on the stenmer Chlyo Mum,
width Is expected to arrive here this
afternoon from the Orient., He Is Just
completing u tour of the vvorhl nnd
conn's now from Japan.
Tenders for supplies nro In he fv
stdorcd nt tho meeting of the hoard
of health tills afternoon. The Mils
wcro opened during the week and
Iiuvo now been tnbulnted so Hint Hi?
members can get right to work n:l
MAY BE DELAYED
Thnt under tho amendments to tho
organic net the Territory will not ho
nlilo to accept tho grant of thu Ann
ory lot without n special net of Con
gress being passed, Is tho opinion of
"Colonel Jones has been handling
tlia matter right through," ho iuld
today, "but I do not think that under
thu amendments to the, organic act
wo run nrcepl until Congress nets on
Sliiilneied down to old fncts, there
I reason lo believe Hint tho Ui It I thed
lot, picked out for a N'atloual (In ml
nrinory site, Is lo bo returned to tho
'lenltory by the Federal government,
hut no ufllclal Information to this ef
fect has been iccelved heie. It has
been jncdlcted for Homo tlmo pnst
Hint Hie War Department was rejdy
to give back the. site which was taken
over In I8DS, mid thut the National
Ciuard of Hawaii would not be forced
to let .1 second armory appropriation
lapr.o for. lack of a suitable building
lot, mid recent unofficial letteis fiom
Wnrhltiglon have 'strengthened tliln
l.ellef. However, filial action has not
beoib.tiikcn yet, and tho board which
la considering the matter In connec
tion with other military subjects con
nected with Hawaii, Is still In session,
so far as officials here know.
Colonel Jones, adjutant general of
the National Guard of Hawaii, yes
icrdny iccelved n personal letter fiom
.Ml officer In Washington, stating that
ilio board above rcfencd to was In
i-esslon ut tho tlmo of writing, mil
that It was almost reitaln Hint It
would recommend tho return or llm
drill shed lot to tho Turrltorlal g iv-
eminent. The local situation has hesn
very stiongly placed heforo the War
Department, and in all probability tho
tiansfcr will he mule by Iho tlmo
thu (list pnrt of the building uppio.
prlalloti Is available, July I next.
"This letter Is encouraging, but not
exactly definite," said Colonel Joiuw
this morning. "Wo have felt for sauio
tlmo that Iho guard was nt hut In gel
lis due, nnd my news strengthens tho
belief. However, don't ro oft with
tho Impicsslnn that them In anything
onielnl or anything fluid about It.
When the War Depnltnient makes tho
net mil transfer It will M time enough
fContlnued from Paaa 1)
latter shin day befnro yesterday hut
Is lepoit has not beou'sulunltled jet.
It is understood that dlvcra who worn
sent down to exnmlno tho West Vli-
gluia's port piopollor, supjiobcd to
havo been bent, reported that It was A
In perfect condition. Whclhcr a court
I of Inquiry will bo ordered liv Adinl-
lal Thomas lcK-nds on the ualiiin of
thoboard of Investigation's lepint.
Tho licet shore patrol Is to be In
ci eased dm lug the holiday season.
Commencing Sntuiday, tho palled from
each ship will bo doubled and will
consist of one officer, one chief 'petty
olllcer and ten enlisted men, ut least
six of whom sue lo be petty unicorn
and all to bo carefully chosen with
special ntlentlnn to their Utiles i for
tho work. The personnel of thn patrol
changes every 24 hums, with tho ex
ception of tho chler piitmi olllcer,
Lieutenant Albert Keese, who Is "on
Ilio Job" dining tho entire Btay of
Iho Heel. Uy tho now schedule lift
men will patrol thu sheets, and thn , ,.
llleady thorough picrjutltHiH against
trouble greatly lurieascd.
Miss Cailolu Mover, who lust Friday
tendered her resignation ns general
secretaty or tho Young Woman's
Christian Association, has houked
passago on tho steamship sierra and
will sail for San Franrlsc'i on Wed
nesday morning. Mls Mover will,
tnko n much needed rest mid for mine
lime will bo tho gucM of friends.
Men of the licet will bo paid off so
mi lo liavc funds for the holidays.
The Floral Pnriide helps lliinolu
In's huslncss. Do you want lo help?
SEE THE HOLIOAV GOODS AT
OEFORE BUYING YOUR I CHRIST
IN WOOLENS AND
$30.00 to $37.50
Alexander 'Young Bldg.