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EVENING BULLETIN, HOKOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1912.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
(Additional Ship ping on Page S)
WE WILL PACK YOUR GOODS AND
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Honolulu llilnl Ileum'.
IIiiikiIiiIii Chapter, II. A. M.
Ii. . Practice.
Honolulu (' in inn ml erf
Itcguhir, ." p. in.
(leeniilr Vcnnd Decree.
III Violin Chapter .No. :i, 0.
K. .s.- Hcguhir.
All Tliltlm membsra of tt
Order are cordially lnrlUd to
attend meetlnrs of local ItdgM
A.-H. CO. ANNOUNCE TWO NEW
FREIGHTERS FOR THE PACIFIC
Meet on tlie
i!iid nud llli
nt K. 1. Hull
7:81) V. 31.
MARINE ENGINtEBS. M'm," '
W.M. MrhlM.I.Y I.OlHiE, NO. 8,
h. nf P.
p ts ( ory 2nd and 4t!i Satur
day owning at 7 3U o'clock In
K or ! Hall, cor. Fort anil
lien tanl.i Visiting brothers
cordiall) United to attend.
A !' (ILUTZ. C C.
T. V. KILDEV, K. It. S.
HONOI.l'I.L' I.0IK1K, 016, II. 1. 0. E.
ft' V Honolulu Lodge No. GIG,
v, )) B- f' 0- Klk"' meeta ln
sb&1' their hall, on King St.,
as np.-ii- Tnrt ftVArv Krlilnv
evening. Visiting Uroth
ers nro tordlnlly Invited
a i: Murti'iiY. i: n.
II Dl'N'SIIEE, Sec.
oaiiu lodge o. 1, k. or r.
Meets eery flrst and third Frl-
jday nt 7 30 o'clock, Pythian
Hall, corner Ileretanla nnd
Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
r A HAWKINS. ' o
ii m:ti: k or it. & h
I'nr neus and the truth about It all
I pie liii) the II ii I let In.
Honolulu? will bo a port of call for
two of tho vojy latest freight-carriers
soon to bo placed In operation by the
Through advices received hero this
morning llvo new big cargo steamships
under construction by the American
Hawaiian line nro fast nearlng comple
tion A list of tho names for tho new
vessels has been received here nnd It
Includes tho I'eiinsylvanlan, Panama
tilnu, Mltmcsotnn, Montanau, and Da-kotnn.
It Is now . more or less positively
btnted that the freighters Pciinsylva'
l.lan and the Pannniaulan wilt be sent
Into tho I'ncic to take place In tho tri
angular service which Includes the Ha
waiian Islands. The remaining three,
freighters will ply tho Atlantic. With
ilio opening of the Panama Canal
which will remove the necessity of
transferring freight from the Atlantic
by rail to tho Pacific, tho big bottoms
will come to tho Pacific via the great
The American-Hawaiian Company
operates n fleet of eighteen steamers,
exclusive of chnrteied vessels. In tho
HAWAIIAN TltlllK NO. 1, I. 0. 11. 31,
MeetB every first and third
Tuesday of each month in
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F.
building. Vhitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
HENRY A. ASCII, Sachem.
louis a. pnmiY, c. of n.
HONOLULU AKI1IK 110, V. 0. E.
jjTgj Meets on second nnd fourth
Jfib Wednesday evening of ench
.wW1 month at 7:S0 o'clock. In
w K of P Hnll, corner Fort
nnd Ileretanla Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend.
WM JONES, W. P.
J. W ASCII, Secy.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 800,
U O. 0. M,
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening nt 7.30 o'clock.'
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMUTIOSR J WIUTZ, Dictator.
K. A. JACOUSON, Secretary.
Pacific fleet nro the Alaskan, Arlronan,
Cnlumblnti. Itonoliilnn, Isthmian, Mex
ican, Mlssourlan, Nebrasknn, Ncvndan,
nnd Virginian. These steamers main
tain three servlces-on tho Pacific. One
operates between Sallnn Cruz and Snn
Franalseo via Snn Diego nnd tho
Sound, oni? from the Golden Onto to
the Hawaiian Islands and one on tho
triangular run between Paget Sound,
tho Islands, Sallnn Cruz and this porL
The company h Atlantic licet con
sists of tho American, California!!,
Georgian, Hawaiian, Kcntucklau, Ore-
goulnn, Texan and Kansan. In addi
tion to tho llvo freighters now building
lliero nre, It Is said, three others in
prospect, which may be ready beforo
the opening of the canal, as the com
pany Is prepared to turn out tonnage,
as fast as the t rattle warrants.
Dark Nuuanu Again on the Way.
With tho middle or latter part of
this month, tho well-known bark Nuu
anu, Captain Josselyn, which put Into
Port "Stanley last November while en
route from New York to Honolulu, will
be able to continue her Interrupted
voyage, according to advices received
here. It wns many weeks ago that tho
windjammer limped Into tho Falkland
Island haven after being battered by
South Atlantic gales. In the storms
which disabled the bark her forecastle
was swept clean, the house forward
wrecked and most of her rigging car
ried away. For more than a weok bo
lore making Port tho skipper and crow-
ate nothing but cold food, as there was
no way of making n flro on board.
Steamers Display Exposition Flag.
Tho American-Hawaiian steamers In
the Pacific service have been supplied
with Paunmn-Pnclflc Exposition Hags,
which are now displayed from tho mast
head of these vessels as they approach
a port of call. The Alaskan, now on
the way from Sound ports to Honolulu,
Is one of the latest to be decorated by
the California Exposition colors.
Sugar on Kauai.
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
Includes the following, according to in
formation received here today with the
arrival of the steamer W. O. Hall:
Mak S7,Gtr, Cl&ll 2"r0, Mcll B0.CHi, VIC
7.10, KKU 4Cr,0, KSCo 4C00, KP 14,720,
LP 24,391 sacks.
E Bl B
Utr 30 lop-
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10 11.33 1.3 iitse
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18 1,40 1 s I ail
6 SI CM
5.83 0 3n
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Ijist tiunrter of the moon May S
Temperature 6 a. m., 71; 8 a. m
7G; 10 a, m 70; noon, 77; minimum
Inst night, G9
Wind 0 n. m., velocity 4, direction
S. B.; 8 n. m., velocity 4, direction N.
K.i 10 n. m., velocity 10, direction K.
K.J noon, velocity 17, direction N K.
Total wind movement for past 24
hours, ISO miles.
Duromcter ut 8 a m., 30.10; dew
point ut 8 a. in., CO; relative humidity,
8 11. 111,, A9; absolute humidity, 8 a.
Total rainfall during past 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
FR0M4 THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Mcrchnnlj'
Wednesday, May 8.
SAN FUANCISCO - Sailed, May 8. 2
p. m S. S. Wllhclmlnn for Honolulu.
Two Windjammers at Hllo.
llllo waterfront is enlivened with
the presence of two windjammers
tho ship John Una Inking on sugar,
destined for the east coast of tho
United States and the schooner Hobert
Henries, now discharging a consign
ment of lumber. These vessels were
reported with the arrival of the Inter
Island steamer Claiidluo this morning.
Tho Claiidluo returned from Hawaii by
way of Maul ports with cargo liiclud
lug 20 cards wood, 11,210 feet lumber,
57 bales hlden and 1G8 packages sun
dries. The Claudlne Is scheduled to
sail for regular ports of call on Friday
Fuel oil for the local branch of tho
Union Oil Company arrived tills morn
ing In tho American ship Falls of
Clydo. Tho vessel left (Javiota 011
April 20th and experienced a line trip
to the islands. Tho Falls of Clydo
brought 17,600 barrels oil which Is be
ing pumped Into tho lwllcl tanks.
The Inter-Island steamer Hnll, for
Kauai portR, Is on the boards for dis
patch tomorrow evening.
Tho oil-tanker W. V. Hcrrln sailed
for Kaannpall last ovcnlng, I here to
discharge 2.",00ii barrels oil.
Tho large mainland Innll received by
tho Matson steamship Lurllno this
morning wns given quick dispatch
from tho vessel to tho'postofllce.
Taking a fair list 'of passengers and
largo consignments of supplies and
general cargo, tho Inlor-lsland steam
er Klnau Balled for Kauai ports last
Preparations toward tho dispatch of
tho American ship Kdnnrd Sewnll nro
being made with the view of the sail
lug of that vessel for tho enst coast
of tho United States today.
Tho Inter-Island has tnken over com
plete possession of the big Itrower
wharf, formerly occupied by the Mat
son Navigation Company. From tho
new Inter-Island wharf, situated at tho
foot of Nuuanu street, will bo dispatch
ed tho steamers Claudlne, Klnau, Hall,
Mlkahala and perhaps tho Kllauca.
The larger wharf will afford the Inter-Island
fnr better facilities for tho
speedy handling of outward and In
ward cargoes as woll as accoumodnte
the Increasing quantities of freight
brought to the siructuro In transit.
Several commodious suites of oflleos
nre woll adapted to tho needs of tho
company nnd Its stuff of representatives.
Up to tlie noon hour today chief of
Detectives McDullle had not arrested
one HtalTord, who Is supponed to have
cuine In thil I.tirllne, which urrlled
from Kan Francisco tills morning Mc
Dulll.i Is stilt looking for Stafford, hav
ing stntloned some of ills men to watcli
HtalTord, It Is uudei stood, Is wanted
tiy the polUe authorities In Knti l-Yiiu-elsen
mi 11 charge of burglary. Mi -IMiIIIk
wus notified liy eutile to ptueo
the man under arrest as soon as the
Lurllue cnuie within tlie jurisdiction
of the Territory Although u thorough
search was made on board the .Mat
son liner, StafTord could not be lo
cated. McDmllc, wlio has been grnntfd u
leave of ntisenee for two months, will
soon lenvo for tho States. He will
tuke Stafford along Ivltli lilni, If lie Is
found, mid another man who Is ex
pected to nrrhe in the Persia The
latter Is wanted by the police in San
1-Yunclhi-u for grand larceny.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE
Per M. N. S. 8. Lurllno, from San
Francisco, May 8. Mrs. A. Ii Arlodge,
.vir. ami Mrs. J. A. linlch and Infant.
Chief Officer Embarks on New Voyage
Chief Officer A, H. (lirorgo of tho
Pnclllc Mall liner Persia, which veshel
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Haldwlu, Miss1 Is duo to arrive at Hono'liilu from Snn
Violet Haines, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ilnt-
tlcson, Col. Ceo. Hell, Miss V. It. Illng
ham, Viuccnzo Ilraecla, Mlchelo line
colli, Mrs. 11. J. Hndity, Mr. mid Mrs.
G. F. Push, Augplu Carldco, Arthur ...
Day, Miss M. T. Fortune, Mr, and Mrs,
W. (1. W. Fortune, Mrs. A. Hnll, Mlsa
i:. Hnll, Miss .1. Hall, F.. II. Helsler.
Kd. Illll, MIsr Georgle ii. Lewis, Mrs.
Duncan Mackenzie, Miss Vivien Mac
kenzie, Miss K. Mennmln. Mr. and
Mrs. Morngne and children, Miss .1. K,
Pfeffenbergcr, B. M. ltanktn, Plctro
Itlccl, Dr. J. W. Houndtreo, K. S.
Shepherd, Mrs. I). Sherwood, Mr. nud
Mrs, Slockelhnch, Mr. and Mrs. U. K.
'inckabiiry. Miss A. Thorbol, Miss Ado
Inldo Wlthlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Hay
Wiley, Mrs. W. 8. Wltte.
Per stmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii and
Maul ports. May 8. A. .1. Greene, S.
Qulnn, C. A. AndroWH, Knneshlru, Mrs,
K, Hochndahl, L. Toug, Hlshop Libert,
S. Tsiichlgnma, Mrs, Stownrt, Mrs. C.
M. Roberts, Miss Scott, Miss (1. Hurst,
Mrs. Cuiumlngs, Miss Cuiniulng, Dr.
Nottnge, .1. V. Marclel, Yip Kca, Ma
sakl, Mrs. Kimiira, Geo, ,K. Smithies,
Mrs. Hny, K. K. Fernandez, Frunk
Mitchell. Prof, dimming, Loo Wo, K.
Dnlmarii, 47 deck.
Per stmr. Hnll, from Kauai ports,
May S. Col. French, Major Willis. Mr.
and Mrs. It. Spalding, Mrs. Arthur
Hlee. 0. A. Hlee. II. Hoelidalil, Y.
Opak, 7 deck.
Per Am. bark Andrew Welch, from
San I'rnnelseo, May S. II, 11. Hewitt,
Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Williamson.
Francisco on Friday, will be In lino for
n series of henrty congratulations he
en 11 so of his having Joined the rnuks of
At least, tho Pacific Mall ehler o fil
ter 'h friends passed these gladsomo
tidings along at the departure of I ho
Matson Navigation H. S. l.uillne for
this port. Tho bride was n Miss Inez
Wood In, n popular Alameda belle. Tho
pair nre said to have been married but
n few hours prior to tno doparturo of
the Porsla for tho coast of Asia.
Bark Welch Brings Explosives.
Included In a thousand tons general
cargo brought to this city In tho
American hark Andrew Welch thoro
Is a quantity of explosives. The Welch
freight list Included shipments of red
wood lumber, bottles, 300 bnles luiv,
100 tons sand, 83 blocks granite for
Pearl Harbor, 10,000 sacks bailoy, 2000
sacks Hour, and 111 cases powder
The bark arrived nt an early hour
this morning with three passengers.
Captain Kelly reports a line trip down
from Snn Francisco. Tho windjammer
sailed fiom the Coast port on April
It was a Hying trip made by the
Inter-lBlnnd steamer Hall, an arrival
from Kauai ports this morning. Tho
Hall sailed on Monday with general
cargo and upon the discharge of this
freight took on JD00 ancles sugar and
steamed Into the hnrbor nt an early
hour this morning. A few cabin nudi
deck passcngcis returned In the ves '
sel. In addition to sugar tho vessel
brought fifteen packages sundries.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO, LTD.
WINC AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STRECT
SALE ENDS SATURDAY
Your opportunity to take advantage of our FIRST GREAT BARGAIN SALE is now very short. Some of the lines that were on sale
are sold out, but stock in the departments for which we now give prices is as complete as the day the sale started.
WHOLESALERS WON'T QUOTE PRICES LIKE THESE
Some of our best customers have been ladies, but in several Important lines the tremendous sale has failed
to deplete our big stock, '
Are iiiming our best sule-end offer
ings Regular Pnee. Sale Price.
tV 6.0 SILK JCnTTINO $4 00
I !.0 iyi.l. a.75
100 HIliK IMTISTi: 2 10
:ioo 1. .oo
J "" I. AWN i.r,0
j jr, I. ww 1 jj.-j
1 if, l.AV N 1 00
Worth 11 S5, during sale.
Worth. Sale Price.
7.r,0 J5 50
4.60 3 00
3 50 3 .'.0
flood quality stnndnril makes are
selling during sale end 3 pairs for 25c
ami 60c, ami 3 pairs 0r Jl.
Usually sell for $1.76; now 850
Usually sell for 76c, now 60o
in suit- nt. .20c, 15c and 3 yards for 26o
During Bale , JO yards for C0o
BONNET, RIBBON, EMBROIDERY and DRESS GOODS shqwlngs are excellent, apd low sale prices prevail
on all qualities, ''
ODDS AND ENDS
In MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, CORSET COVERS, SKIRTS, COMBINATIONS and NIGHT GOWNS you may
find your size at prices that will pay you well for the time given to the selection.
Men are becoming good patrons of our btore as they learn that our stock consists of many excellent lines
that are not to be found in even the "exclusive" men's stores. Prices that make buying saving ore marked on all
I'lincy sileetluiiH In wjsIi and bclUr
materials. HKOULAItLY SIJU.IN11 .in 5e
UUUNH HALI3 Alti: l'ItH.'i:i)
Tlllti:i:'VoitA HALF DOLLAR
Tho liliid that ulunyH bring 60c urn
now Mild three for 11 dollar
Lata styles sultublo for Rummer
Always Worth Now Priced
$125 ..$ S5
1 60 oil
1 76 121
2 60 1.60
The Never-Wear-Out Quality
Sold tlie world over for 50e; during
sain ihice for u dollar.
A hbj assortment of
Felts and Straws
roiiHlKtliig of stock recently bought, N
being solil out at xeiy low prlct-H, ro
gurdleSH of llrst cost.
YOUR TIME IS SHORT
Don't miss this Saving Chance. New Goods that just arrived are being
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.
Opposite Empire Theater
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