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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912.
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lliivviilliiu Third Degree.
Honolulu Cluiplrr, II. . M.
Oceanic Flrt Degree.
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AH Tliltln members ol tftf
Order iro cordially Invited to
ittend meotlnre ol local lediee
CITY TRANSFER CO.
JAS. H. LOVE
j Shipping '
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
31 eel on f lie
'.'lid im,l 4lli
nt K. 1. Hull
J::iO T. M.
aURINE ENGiNtEIlS M'm'" "'
iKEFICIAL AJVWIOB. "uL, cor.'
. McMM.I.r I.OMIK. X). 8,
K. of 1'.
Meets every llnd nnd -llli Satur
il.iy evening at 7 30 o'clock In
K of I Hull, cor Tort nnd
Don tanla Visiting brothers
cordljtli lialiiil to attend
V. Hi:ilTZ. C C.
!' V KILlliSY, K. 11 S.
no.Noi.ti.i; lohki:, i:k;, n. r. o.
. Honolulu I.odgo No 010,
D. P. 0 i:iks, meets in
their hnll, on King St,
near l'ort, every Friday
evening Visiting Broth
ers are cordially lulted
f-fcH' to attend.
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H Ut'NSIinn. Sec.
oAiiu i.omu: o. 1, k. or r.
Mec'e every first atid third Frl
dny at 7 30 o'clock, I'jtliluu
H.ill, corner Ilerctnnla nud
Tort Btrcets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
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HAWAII VIS TItlllK X). 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets cvory first nnd third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. P.
building. Vh.ting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HKNItY A. ASC.H, Sachem
louis a. rniiiiv, c. of n
IIOMIM'MT AI.IIli: III), v. o. i:.
VjjTiWb Meets on second and fourth
"Sj&i, Wednesday evening of each
,tp month nt 7-30 o'clock, In
K of T Hnll, corner Fort
nnd Deretanh Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend
WM JONF.S, W. P.
J V ASCII, Secy.
HONOLULU IN LINE AS A CENTER
FOR TRANSPORTATION COUNCIL
One or More Delegates From Pacific Coast arc to Visit the
Port and Arrange Details Sierra Makes Last Trip Prior
to a General Overhaulinq Sonoma Next Arrival In Oce
anic Sevicc Kilauea Departs tor Kona and Kau Ports.
loin, mates rairioadmon, longshore ' was Indorsed h the delegates.
men, teamsters, automobile nnd bus Pb
drivers, nnd In fnct all men who are ...,.....
i. ..i. .i i ,i. fr..i..i,t Sierra Pays Last Call In Months.
ill IJ tt II iUIIVI'MIVII III MIW III-, in IhlU I ,. , , , , , , ,. , . , ,
...ol n.-issenL-crs The niiPStloii will he1 ..V "I(l reliable Oceanic steamship
quietly laid claim to plow ess on the
clndcrpath nnd the wrestling mat.
When "Happy Joo" Carletnn left the
steward's oftlca in the Slerrn to Join
tho Sonoma, he wns succeeded b nn
extremely slender joung man of mod
est mien and athletic build, who, un
der Btrcss of much persunslon, gives
Ills namo ns Alfred Hnckett.
They do say that Hnckett has n
mysterbDus Iron-bound box stowed
nwny In tho Slerrn specie tanks where
leposo n collection of mednls won
through his, prowess ns a general nil
around, hlowti-ln-thc bottle athlete.
Should "Silvers' llncket. as ho is
Honolulu In iIpkIIiip.I In linrnmn nlli enlllTnt Inlia nnil tho rlvlr lindlps nn1 nileetlotintcly termed liy Ills Shin-
nr the (inters for the formation of n tho Coast In regnnl to taking caro onates, bo prevailed upon to display
Irnnsportntlon Council, an allied or the Immigration Hint will follow tho " arrn' "' medals or, better still,
gnhirntlnii which Is destined to In- opening of the I'ntinma Canal. Tho, consent to wear the same, Hnckett, It
(ludc repiesentatjves of Ballots, pi i reamen's bill now before Congress s predicted, would bear a closo ro
r,(MuiMuucc io n i diuni American roiioi
Mmcrnl on full-dress pniade after a
return triumphant' at tho conclusion
of his latest Jungloictorv
In Purser "Tom" Smith, however,
Hnckett litis a strong rival, hi the oplti-
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I.nst (itiarter of the moon May 8
Korea Carried Many Asiatics.
A number of Asiatic passengers
tookMhclr departuro for China and
.Tnpnn ports with tho snlllng of tho
Pad lie Mnll liner Korea at fi o'clock
During tho stny of tho Jlnor nt the
port less thnii 300 tons general cargo
from tho mainland vvcro discharged,
The Territorial band wns present nnd
tendered a musical serenade which
met the enthuslnsllc approval, of tho
largo delegation of cabin passengers,
The Cnnadlan-Austrnllan liner Ma
ranin, from Vancouver nnd Victoria,
Is expected to nrrlvo nt this port on
May 22nd nnd will be given quick dis
patch for Australia.
The Makiira, en roulo from Sydney
by way of FIJI, Is reported to havo
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cubic Io Merchants'
rriuay, may if, , i
FOUT UKAUrj Sailed, Mriy 17, hfc.
a, C. Allen, for Honolulu, j
IT. S. A. T. SIIURMAK Will dock nt
Hallway wharf from I'ortlnnd tomor
row (Saturday) at daylight nnd sail
for Manila about Monday.
"Doc" Howard Quits the Inter-Island.
"Doc" V. II. Howard, for some
nni(li ,.. a....- , . , , tinoiiijiH pusi ii mi'iiiuur oi (iiu oiociiu
nn , i. ,i n,;u. I ,VKm" eu no m,j. i tIl0 inter-Island Bteamer
"W nrrlvo llero llcU Tuesday Wnllclo. and ono of the Justly popular
R' ' pursera connected with tho coastwise
According to n cable received nt' steamship company, hns decided that
the omco or T. II. Davles & Co., the'a wider nnd greener lleld awaits lilt.
Makurn has room for 23 llrst-, C Bee- j talents In fnr-away Cathay. "Doc"
did- and S third class passengers from will booh take passage for China, there
this port to Itrltlsh Columbia. A to engngo In n profitable lino of cm
Inrge waiting list of passengers is on ploment. Ho Is n well-known figure
fllo nt tho local agency. In local shipping nnd has been equally
Tho colored minstrel company well liked with shippers nnd business
some thirty In number, arc booked for men nt the Hawnll ports of cull of th'i
iKisHugc io Aiisirnnn in mo Ainraina. steamer Wallclo.
nkeii up with the icpresentntlves nti rrn. ttif pop. lar San Franclseo-H(v
..... . ' .-i, i.. ..,., -..,. i nnliilii ferrvboat, will disappear from'
ii' 1 1 n ini'ni i ii i n 'ii linn viinivi iivHi .. . .. , . . ,. i " .-...- w. . - .-- j -.-.
null will bo to nd "" ""'" ""I'HinK ion mm wnii ucr innt during tho row das spent In San
I ween any of the 'lepnrlnre for tho oast on next Wed Francisco clnndeallnr spi lots were the)
I he Idea of the eoi:
I..-, .lllll,. (,(, u li,tllln.1ll 4MV
blanches of transportation men nnd ,"",",n '""""ng. Io reran n In oh order of tho still watches of tho nighli
the rmplovcrs. and If It l un time, """'y '"r "" '" """"" " ,rn!"' , nnd even under the garish light of day
should be considered necessary. Io ri,1n rrr" '" ,0 rol Konornl when the cnlls of ilutv on shipboard
...,i ii..rn ,, overhailllllg 1 lie Vessel Will net Wnrr. lint Inn Innil nr liiululr.nl
Win, .he reiuin ,,f Jolii. II. Wilson! )"" '''- ""' Presenting qulto n dlf
the delegate from Hawaii who attend I ''"'"' I'l'' ""
t Hip rc-rent LoiiEShoreuicn's Conven 1ho l"r " '" recclvo n now oil
" ... r 1 a Tnedn a me'nl'ers '" Z '""" l'lHtloi.. Mnnir Importnnl
Honolulu branch have been ndvlscd '''" "' ,,0..n",lu '" "10 "."""ffi
that the proposition of the formntloc " ' '" Wn, Tho vessol will
of a transportation council as outlined Rtc wny to tho Sonoma, which will,
bad been mooted. Furthermore, it isl "f ? Jni oftho Slerrn. havo com.
stated that before the International, gloted a round trip to Panama. Tho
Longshoi emeu's Convention drew- to a Monom'1 U", mldo .0, rojmd trip to
r, ,., ,rani,nti,,n iiprlnreil for "' llnuds, followed Inter by tho Vcn-
Hut, then, tlipro me others, ns usual.
Ilcforo tho gladiatorial season In
Ocennlc circles closes, Chler l.nglueer
Smith nnd Chler Olllier Dawson, It Is
predicted, will be round It. tho run
dose the organization declared for
municipal of State docks and water
Transport Here Saturday.
Willi nearly two thousand souls on
i board. Including headquarters, band
and enlisted men or the First Infnn
The co'n whiskey of. the mddle
West ; the Tiswin of the Apaches
of Arizona are undoubtedly pure,
but are lacking in quality.
IMI llin ITnlln,l Clnlnu liii1 trnnaiinP.
!iVil'tl?.iablS,n",11',R,C';rnB0.lmS-lsi''. from San Francisco by the'
Stu.o ownership was given tho prcf- "" ; In " wlcnccd n ,,ay of portln,1(1 0rc , ,,,, ,
eience ltpBolutions were adopted " "' '",,"' '""' "'" ".. n
that no political party should bo It. '"' a leather conditions nnd stir
lorccd l will bo tho policy of tho '""'"'"' """ l"""",1B"'
longshoremen to ote for tho man nnd '"M,e?", "r" ? "irnr. . Cir'y
the measure without regard to party. llo,r tM morning h 1600 tons gen-
nnrnritinir to tho nrtloti taken by the ornl CIirK '"eluding two nutomoblles.
debates. A nUu Ion wts cd to, am"t ' ks arriv
the efTect that n committee, of threo en'
should bo appointed to confer with n "
commltteo from the Sailors' Union ot ' sierra Gladiators Clamor for
tho I'aclilc Const In regard to Juris
diction. Tho delegates adopted reso
luttona to co-operate with all labor or-
Juit received ex Sierra
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS and LINGERIE GOWNS.
You simply can't keep a good man
down. Hero (or, many months past
the Oceanic steamship Sierra has been
poking her prow around tho lava
rive at Honolulu on Snturdav
A (trplpRR.. rntvpit nt tlin lnrnll
quartermaster 'department states that Q
inn vessel is iiciiniiK Hie isiuimih i nc1
Sherman will berth nt the ralhvayi
wharf, where n large quantity of reg-
Imental equipment will be discharged
from tho ship to waiting cars on the
Oaliu Hallway. Tho First will tako
station nt Schollcld liar rucks. I
It Is predicted that tho Sherman
will remain In ywrt'at least rorty-clght
hours, ns there Tire bIx hundred tons
goncrnl cargo destined Tor Manila now
WE GIVE PURITY-Plus
The goods you buy dft.us meet JJ
iio.vtn.i'i.i' i.oi)(ii: o. soo,
i.. . o. ju
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, nejr King every Friday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMUHOSI. J WIRTZ, Dictator.
V A. JACOBSON, Secretary.
EAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
"tHE VERY LATEST IDEAO IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
slopes or old Diamond Hem! with n awaiting the troopship at tho Alukca
icgularlty that placed her In tho same wharf.
latest In ; class as tho famous ttmc-bnll dropped
(iany ai urecuvvicn. All Is Well with the Lurnne.
Oladltnrs, who are pronounced ofi Tho JIatson Navigation steamer
sucli mngnlttido that makes tho I.urllno Is meeting with favorable
Roman brand palo Into Inslgnlllcanco,' wenther on tho vojngo from Ilnuolu
fairly Infest tho good ship Sierra hi to San Francisco, nccording to the
Jinny of thorn havo been with the 'reports by wireless received from Cap
vessel for lo! these many months. It lain Weedon last night. A Into aero
only required tho unerring perception jgrnm wns to the cfTcct thnt tho steam
of n "Doctor" Nelson to uncover tho'er was Mr, miles off port proceeding
budding ambitions of n bunch of Slur-through smooth seas and clear weath
rn officers who heretoforo havo but or, with all well on board.
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT 8TREET
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hate
Importer Fort St
! Family Trade
WMI Snno.v jir.)U uis' fluH alUOtiSI li8I not,i
ojbo in wv dn apis iiQu s
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oqj Aq p5puci '
s ojiijiujii jiioA uoi)v inq ujojccioj si pc sun
JWX. PeacockS Co.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
Merchant St., near Fort St., Honolulu
Tho Badge of Health in
Checks and Lips.
Tho fnct that ono woman Is bright
eyed, ro-v-( heekeeb strong and cheerful,
while ntiblhcr Is H(,.-W'ftk ""' ,,e
pri'sied Is, Ono ,111019 often than olber
wlso to tlip roritlltitmn(lliebloocb Tho
way to rumodx tlilscoiullllon Is to build
up tho blood and for tilts purpoo tliero
Is no liettcr tonic thai. Dr. Williams'
Pink Tills. They nro for both men nnd
women tint they benefit the Utter In a
K your daughter is languid, baa a
pale, sallow complexion. Is short of
breath, especially on going upstairs,
has palpitation of tho heart, n tendency
tn faint and n poor npietite, sho puf
fers from lmk of blood. Mistaken or
delay In tho tnntment 111.1v; reult In
such serious impairment of her health
that sho will lo weak and sickly during
the. ret of her life. Tho tonic muH Ixj
snfo and harmlc"S aa well ns ellectlvo.
Ir. Williams' link Wis for l'alo l'co
plo poeess tlio qualities. They nro
recommended by 0110 who has iwd
them ns follows! ,
Miss Jessie. Johns, of(iladstoiie,Ore ,
irn. nircri by Dr. Willlains' Pink Tills
nfter fullering a year and n half. Sho
''Several years ago whllo living In
Wisconsin, was greatly run down in
benlth. I did not seem nhln to get I isrk
my strength but was weak all over. I
was thin, palo and nervous. I wnsn't
nlilo to do much of anything and bad to
givo up teaching school.
"I was treated by threo or four doc
tors and tlioy said they vvcro afraid
was going into consumption. Thej did
not help mo nnd I finally gavo up their
treatment to try Dr. Wllllnms' I'ink
Tills. Tho pills helped ino from tho
stnrt and 1 kept on with them until I
felt, entirely will. I regained my
Btrcngtli and my health has been quitu
good sinco then."
Dr. Williams' Tink Tills nro guaran
teed by 'tho innntifnctnrers to contain
no opiato, nanotio or anything that
could Injure tho niot delicnlo svlciii.
A liooklet, "Kullding Upthelllood,"
siiowing wliat theso pills havo accom
plishedtn anirmla, rheumatism, general
debility nnd after-effects of fovors will
lxj sent freo on reolie-t.
All druggists sell Dr. WHHana Tink
Tills, or they will lo hent, postpaid, on
receipt of price, 60 cents per box; six
boxes for $-!.r,0, by tho I)r Williams
Medicino Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
I 1MSSE.0KI(N AHKIVKIl I
l'er O. S S, Sierra, from San Kran
Cisco Tor Honolulu, May 1". Ken
neth C. Abies. II. A. Allen, Miss M.
Ashford, T. J. Ludlovlc. A. A. Iteirord,
Mrii. llelford, Mrs. W. O. Ilcimell,
Miss Clndya Itcunett. O. A. Hush,
lllchard Crowe, Count !'. (1. do Clsnp.
ros, CountcsB do Claueros, U. I. Dal
zlcl, Mrs, J Is?. Davis, Master DavlB,
Mrs Mnry II, Doughty, J. Roy Doug
las, .Miss A.- II. Do.Crosvl.div. Duncan,
Miss V. I! FlBcher, Mrs. Mnrtha W.
I'lsh, W. II. I'lske, Mrs. Mamie Kox,
Miss T Onrtzmnnn, D, II. (Jllmoro, A.
W lleen, Mrs, W. It. Hervcy. Miss
Cniey llervey, II. II. Horner, Miss (!,
Hypes, Miss Mae Johnson, Miss Kath
leen Kerr. Jns, Klrkland, Miss I..
Klauber, Mrs. A. .1. Knight. Dr. TI10H.
McMillan, J. A. Mnler. Dr. V. Nich
ols, Mrs. Nichols, Miss Klcannr N'lrh
ols. Miss Winifred Nichols, Chrlstlnii
Nielsen, Mrs. Mnry M. Terry. M. II.
Troebstel. K. K. Ryder, ! Schlndlcr,
Miss Ida Scott, Mrs. I". Shoomaker,
.1 .1 Shluneis, Mrs. J. II. Smith, Miss
Smith, M J Spaiildlng. Miss Geitrudo
Springer, Miss Mnv Springer, Trnnk
1. Stnrk, P. J. Symtnes, Mrs S mines,
Miss Svinmcs. O. C Tliompson, Nidi
ohm I'lrlth, Mrs, I'lrlch, Mrs. Murphy.
There will be n meeting of tho As.
roclnted Charities on Monday nt 1
o'clock p, in Tho meeting will bo
held In the Stangouwnld building In
stead of In tho Dank of Hawaii.
Tho Iniomn lux nmeiidmenl In tho
I'Vilernl Constitution unit iirifiiitnil In
j tho MussaLhuscttii liousii by a olo of
llli tn Pi.
W. C PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WlNE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
ALE is MONEY-SAVER for BUYERS
Bigger and Better Bargains
Were Never Offered
WE ARE THE LEADERS
Opportunity is Yours
P ' ' " ' e
lK'V ' Vf Jn.JT , u , t rjt. I
BiiTilmiBiiniiiiff mi v-fiiiM-minn- , , iif,i,irtw A
THE display of goods made here during the past
two weeks brought many "shoppers" who be
came satisfied buyers. The prices marked on
the goods appeal to men and women with economical
tendencies in the matter of cost of living. Broken
down is the barrier that separates quality goods from
the men and women whose incomes are limited.
Come in and See the Goods
BE WITH THE SATISFIED
Your Money-Saving Chance
King St., bet. Bethel and
Nuuanu, Mauka side.
KWONG SING LOY CO.
King St., bet. Bethel and
Nuuanu, Mauka side.
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