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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDA APR. 30, 1912.
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Hawaiian Thlr.l Dnrrrc.
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WHEN YOU WANT TO
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Meets every 2ml nnd 4th Satur-
da evening ut 7 30 o'clock in
K oi I Mall, cor Tort arid
Here t.rili Visiting lirothera
cordially Imlied to attend
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Honolulu Lodgo No CIC.
It I O Klks, nieuts lu
tluir hall, on King St.
mar Fort, ever) l'rlduy
evening Visiting Hrotli
eri are cordially Invited
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& Meets eery IliBt nnd third Frl-
uay at au o i iock, I'ythlau
' Hnll, corner Ilerotanla and
Fort streets VislMng lirothera
cordially Invited to nttend.
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HAWAIIAN TIHI1K M). 1, I. (). It. .11.
Meets every first nnd third
Tuesday of each month In
rrnternlty Hall, 1 O O i'
building VI' .ting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HEMt S( H Sachem
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Meets nn second and fourtli
Wednesday evening of each
month at 7 U0 oiluck In
K of I Hall, coiner Fort
and Beretanla Visiting urotln rs ale
Invited to uttend
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HOMILI'I.C I.OIKii: M). 600,
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will meet In Odd Fi lions' building.
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMBROSE J WIUTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOI1SO.V, Secretary
A. B M
Importer Fort St
MILTON A PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
BE MOVED BY MOVER8
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
(Additional Shipping on Page 8)
Temperature G a. in , 72, S n m ,
73, 10 u in . !. noon. 7G Minimum
last night, 70
Wind (1 n in . voTocItv 0. illrecllnn
.N.J S a In, vclorlt) IS, llrectlon 12;
10 n in, velocity II, diiecllon N 1! ,
noon, velocity HI direction N. 11.
Total wind movement for past 21
hours, 292 miles
Uurnmetor at 8 a m, SOW!,' dew
point nt S u in., r7. relative humidity,
S a m. G7; absolute humldlt), S n in,
Totnl rainfall dm lug past 21 hours,
CHANGE IN TERMINUS FOR
Portland Now Mooted as Destination of at Least Four Vcs
I sels of Pacific Fleet Mauna Kca Carried Nearly Two
Hundred Passengers Sierra Will Sail With Heavy List
of Cargo Bennington to Be Towed By Hilonian.
An lii'iMiitanl rhange is mooted In
Ii opt ration nf Anieih nn Hawaiian'
lU'lghierK Willi the nrilval of the
K'tiitimhtp Columbian from San Fran-!
i Im tltlta ninpiilnir nnmn tlwi InfnTMfin.'
1 I bi 1 1 inn MIV1I lllll tllliv till- itiiwt lilll'
thin that nt leant four of the American
Hawaiian vessels mn make Portland,
Oregon, their terminal.
Ai the Mine of departure of the Co
liiinhlun fiom San Francisco, C. W.
(Vie, Hie Pacific Coast manager for tho
Menmshlp company, was Instituting n
inrcriil Investigation of the freight
iniidiiliuiH pertaining along the Coast.
II.. Iiril In Inu n itrmirwll Inn if mtiW.
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1 11(4 I milium lilt- ici minim m mill
hiMnuiers as tho Lra. Isthmian. Neva
Han and NobrnsKnn, all of which have
made fiequent calls at Honolulu It Ik
i lalnied that by this arrangement
Portland would he given a direct lino
lo Sallnn Crui According to olllcers
In tho Columbian freight Is being
shipped on Hie little steamer Falcon
fi'im i In- Oregon port to San Fiaiiclseo
ami Hit in o transhipped to the big
IrelgliKTs upon their arrival nl San
1 inn, Isco
The report of Pat Me Coast Manager
Cim' will be foi warded to New York
for llnal decision
Captain Cole on!, master of the Co
lumbian, reported one of the finest
passages down from San Francisco e
p,i loured in a long lime "Wo sigh;
ed the l.inline, Korea and Wilhelinina
on the way down The Wllhclmlua
wns nnssed along nhout fi o'clock In
i lie uioriiinr ' staled the skipper, of the
Columbian, "and wo noted with tome
viii prise that a large number of pas
sengers weio collected on tho upper
deik of thai vessel.
"I learned upon arrival here I Ills
morning thai I lie Mntsoii liner was
bearing the Shrlners lo the I.os Ange-
Ina ontmlfitn mill flu., tifntitiitmlil I fir.
counts for the enthusiastic reception
mm greeting inai ine i oiiiniuinu ro
elved at the hnnds of the voyaging
mnmlmfu nf f lin utirltin "
The Coliiinblnn came nlongsldo the
tullwti) wharf earl this morning,
bringing about ilnee thousand tons of
enrgo from 1'rlseo The freighter
made the trip lu sK dns nnd eighteen
hours, vvlili Ii, In the' opinion of the
skinner, was izolnir some. Tho steam
er brought no mail.
Siberia Has Room for Fifty.
The Pacific Mall liner Siberia has
room for llfty additional cnblu passen
gers destined for Snn Francisco stales
a cable received jesterday by II. Hack
leld & Co.. the ngeutH for the liner.
The Siberia sailed from Yokoham i
with limn Ions Oriental enrgo for dis
charge nl Honolulu. Tho vessel Is due
to arrive here on Monday morning
should weather conditions bo prnpi
tlous. The vessel will berth nt Alnken
Bark Andrew Welch Due Next Week.
lhe JiarK Andrew Welch, with n
full shipment of iiiercluniill.se lnnded
at fean Francisco, Is expected lo nr
rive nt Honolulu the first part of the
coming week, according to tho present
calculations of C Ilrewer S. Co., tho
local ngents, Tho Welch Is under
stood lo bo brliiglng-dnwn several passengers.
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
MiHlnery Parlort, Botton Block
Who owns that
JuM rei iliui i 1- n I
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WH'lTC
COATS and LINGERIE DOWNS. i
ROOMS C6-67 63, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY !
Club Stables Block '
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men' Hatr tKl
Cnplalli Chartes l'elorsoilf. hotter1
known to his Intimates nk Ino Sonng
est skipper In the Pacific," stated that
his commniHl met with n pleasant voy
nge down from I ho Sound. .
"Wo slcnmed from Seattle In tho,
regulation nine days and eighteen
hours," ho cimfesed on arrival Ihls
The Hilonian Is nt the railway wharf
mm win presumably not get nway for
Port Allen, Knhuliil, Kaauapall nnd
Hllo inilll Thursday.
I.umher llgures Inigely In the make
up of tho cargo, which is listed nt 2flSS
tons merchandise, anil 3i,!Hl root lum
ber with iwenlj-llvo tons refrigerated
Hilonian May Tow Bennington.
Continuation or the II u lie I Ill's
exclusive story ns to the purchnso by
tne .iintson company of tho former
Sierra Will Carry Large Cargo.
The enrgo to be forwarded to the
Coast In the Oceanic Bteamshlp Sleir,i,! I'nlted Stnlcs naval gunboat Ilciinlng
to Bull nt 10 o'clock tomoriow moinlng ton was received this morning with
for San Francisco, will Include 2100. the nrrlvnl of tho steamer Hilonian,
tons sugar, nlso fiOOO bunches bananas, with tho announcement that this craft
uoo cases pineapples, consignment, of will In nil probability tow the Ilcnnlng-
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PDJfl
rice. coITcp, hone), hides nnd sundries.
One hundred nnd beventy cabin nnd
forty-live steerage passengers have al
eatt been booked The departure of
the Sierra will doubtless be witnessed
by the usual crowd of spectators,
Sugar on Hawaii.
According to Purser Howard of the
ton from San Francisco to the Islands
The Iieunlngton, now the property!
of tho Mntsoii Navigation line. Is bo
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i iiik miuiiiy convened inio a inoinsses
uarge. rue vessel has been at tho
San Francisco shipyards, where her'
engines nnd other machinery havo
been removed. The craft Is said lo
I have satisfactory earning cnpaclty af-
Inter-Island steamer Wallele. the fol-l 'rr ,'lr nll'"ll", "ro complotcil ami
lowing sugar Is reported ns nwalllng' lh bar Pint-oil lu commission. She
jii iiiuuuuij i,e iinirii uy ine lllion-
Ian on her next trip lo tha Islands, ac
cording to present calculations.
Virginian Will Bring Stock to Islands.
On deck the Amerlcnn-Hnwallau
lrelghtcr Virginian, soon to nrrlvo nl
this port, will be found carrying a
largo number of horses and mules.
Navigation steamer Hilonian this, nunc of which are consigned lo tho
mm ning nro stores nulllilcnt fur al I'nlted Slates Quartermaster Depart
fcintill illy. Stoiks for drj goods! incut, while others will bo shipped to
stores, saloons, clothing emporiums,! "u ori',,r f local Importors of horso
nnd general merchandise innging from'ltesh. The Virginian Is said to bo es-
toothpicks and bird-seed are being dls-i pcclallv llllcd for llio care of stock
chnrged from lhe hold of that Vessel.
shipment on Hawaii llamakun 21
lino. Kuknlnii (III :12ns Ilamakiia (M)
'11114, Paauhnu 10,000, llouokna 11, "on,
Hilonian Has Stores Sufficient Unto
a Small City.
Included In the very heavy freight
brought to Honolulu In the Mnlson
Alaskan Next Freighter from the
The Amerlcnn-llnwallan freighter
Alnskau will be the net arrival from
tho Sound with general cargo This
vessel will sail from Seattle on May
3rd and should arrive hole hot Inter
than Mny 12th Willi several thousand
while In transit across tho Paclflo.
The wlthdinwnl or tho Culled Stales
Army transport Ilk from' lhe Manila
tervlte ponding repairs has placed
with the Arinv (luarlonnnsler tho al
ternative of utilizing commercial ves-
'...lu I.. l.n nnHlnnn nf II. n...l. 1
ri',-i ,11 ill,- i ill i i;iu til ,,i,i nirt:iv lit;-
twecii the mainland and the Islands.
Tor news and the Iriilh about II nil
people buj Hie II u I le tin.
The lllloiilnii. from Scuttle, brought
n few lllei of Inter Pugot Sound pa
Iicre, A big mall left ror tho Const this
morning In the Tojo Klsen Knlslm lln
er Shlnyo Mnrn
The Mongolia, sailing from Honolu
lu on April lCIh, Is reported lo have
arrived at Yokohama on Saturday
Destined for Snn Francisco, tho bark-
entitle trmgnid sailed from Mnliukonn
Jesterday, taking a enrgo or sugar.
Mail which left the Islands In the
Pacific Mnll steamship Korea on April
22nd arrived at San Francisco yesterday.
Among tho departures for Island
ports last evening wns the stentner No-
cau for Windward Knual. This vessel
carried freight only.
Nearly two hundred passengers will
sail for Snn Frnjiclsco In the Ocennlel
steamship Sierra, leaving port nt 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
The Siberia of the Pacific Mnll Hue
which has sailed from Yokoliamn for
Honolulu nnd Snn Francisco, has room
for but a few passengers from Ihl.i
The next mail for the mainland will
be despatched In the Sierra. leaving
for San Francisco at 10 o'clock tomor
row morning. Tho mnll will be closed
nt tho local postofflce al 810.
Purser F. II. Cavnrly, a genial olll
clnl In the .Inpnnesn liner Shlnyo Ma
ru, look occasion while at this port to
glvo the He direct lo tho statement
mndo by n morning sheet that he was
contemplating matrimony nnd forsak
ing the sen
Tho Wireless Telegram, published
on board the .Inpaneso liner Shlnyo
Mam, proved lo he a spilghtly and en
terlnliilug little publication with a dal
ly resume of world's newB ns well as
news notes garnered from passengers
Mr nnd Mrs. Henry Afotig nro tel
ebrntlug their wedding anniversary
loduj They have been married eight
Don't abuse or neglect
Id and you will be well
repaid. If it becomes
lones ulrciiglliens linlgor.iles
Try a bottle today for
MALARIA, FEVER AND AGUE
For snlo by Ilensnn, Smith R. Co,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co, Ltd, Hllo
Drug Co. and nt all wholesale liquor
The American-Hawaiian fiddlier
Coltimblnn went Into dock at Snn
Francisco beforo Gleaming across llui
Pacific In Honolulu, This mn ac
count for lhe rather good lime mnd'i
by tho vessel In the trip lo lheld
niids. The Columbian will be ill ipati li
ed for Island ports. Including Kauiiii
pnll, Knhulut and Illlo, on Friday even
ing. The vessel will depart for H.illn.i
Cruz taking the regulation 12.noo (ohm
sugar nnd perhaps n bundled loui
pineapples and sundries.
The I'riltlsh steamship Saint Klldn.
which Is now being dlschntged of ii
shipment of live thousand tons Aus
tralian coal, will pot return to I lie Au
tlpnuos, but Is expected lo he dcsp.iti h
ed for Ihirokn, Col., on or about Wed
nesday. The Saint Klldn Is under
charier lo load lumber nt the Ninth
Pacini- Coast port for Australia
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We are ready again with the annual
Summer Furniture Exhibit.
Those who have waited for this an
nouncement may feel certain that
HOPP'S always carry the most oxtcn
tivo variety of furniture for veranda,
sun parlor and out of doors.
Reed, Willow, Double Cans and Bent
Wood designs await you at prices ex
LEAF GREEN PORCH FURNITURE
Made throughout of select White
Maple, thorough kiln dried, and con
structed with scrows and bolts, mak
ing an almost indestructible piece of
furniture. The finish "Leaf Green" is
very durable and pleasing to the eye.
Three different designs in Chairs,
Rockers and Settees.
ARM CHAIRS $1.50 lo $7.50
ARM ROCKERS $5.00 to $800
SETTEES $10.00 lo $15.00
Hand-Woven Willow Furniture
is exceedingly desirable for warm weather. It is so light, cool
and comfortable, and can bo woven into very attractive de
signs. Ladies' Straight Chairs, Rockers, Arm Chairs and Rockers,
$7.50 to $15.
Double Cane Porch Furniture
Inexpensive, comfortablo and durable frames made of sea
soned Maple, extra heavy stock, seats of double cane, backs
either doublo cano or slat, in natural wood, specially priced as
No. 14 STRAIGHT CHAIR, without arms, rattan seat, slat
back, each .. $1,35
No. 13 ROCKER to match 1.35
No. 23 ARM ROCKER, rattan seat and slat back 2.50
No. A Large ARM ROCKER, rattan seat and back 3.25
No. 3 ARM CHAIR to match 3.00
No. 1 Extra High Back ARM ROCKER, rattan seat and
back .... 3,75
DENT WOOD LAWN BENCHES painted green, 4 feet ..$7.25
BENT WOOD LAWN BENCHES painted green, 6 feet ... 000
CANVAS RECLINING LAWN CHAIRS 1.50
CANVAS STOOLS and CHAIRS 50c and 1.0J
Quality Couch Hammocks
Made of extra heavy canvas, with pockets in end and wind
shield, complete, with good quality mattress in denim or khaki.
See our Window
Grass Matting Rugs
The Ideal porch covering. Comes in almost any sizo and in
green, brown or red.
0x12 $9.00 8x10 $7.75 6x9 $5.75
keep out tho sun, but let
in the cool breezes.
10 ft. 8 ft. 6 ft. 4 ft.
$8.00 $6.50 $4.50 $3.50