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fcvkmwo nvu-rrm, honolouo, t. h, Wednesday, mail 2, 1910
Honolulu Lodge Third Degree.
1 HL VNUAV
Rote Croix Regular.
-. I Ull.v
Aloha Temple Regular.
All letting members of the
Order ore cordially Invited to
attond meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
ftt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. t.M.
, -n u uminwuig otner ASSO-
IENEFICIAL ASSnSIATIOH. ciations cor-
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. P. Hall, Fort Stree..
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noble Orr.nd.
All visiting brothers very cordially
S.0AEU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P,
J. Meets every-) first and third Fri
day eveuing nt 7:30 In K. oTCTtailT
. corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting,
btothers cordially invited. to attend, -
WM. JONES, 'C. a -0.
F. HE1KE, K. It. S.
HONOLULU L0DG2 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lod, No. 81 6,.JBP. O.
Ulks, meets Ir. their hall, on King
street, near 'ort, every Friday even.
Ing. VisitUg Brothers are cordially
t Invited to attend.
E. A. DO0THITT, E. R.
H. 0. EABTON, Bec'y.
EA.WAHAN 1SIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. E. X
Meets every flrst and third Thura
rys ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Halt Visiting brothers cor-
miy invited to attend.
P. HiaaiNS, Sachem.
EV. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, IV.0...JB,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month t
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
ueretanja and Fort streets; "- -l
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. It. ItILEY,.W. P.
WM. C. McC0Yt Bee.:
Wm, M'fflHLEY LODGE No.o.K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
vening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. H. B.
THE PACIFIC MAIL UNER Korea
from tho Orient with about seventeen
hundred tons of gcnoral cargo will bo
Dertneil at Alakca street wharf upon
arrival hero on Monday morning Them
1b a fair booking of prospective pbb-
Eengers ror tho mainland nt the office
of II. Hnckfeld & Company, tho local
representatives ror the liner,
KAUAI SUGAR nwnltjig shipment
Includes the following amounts accoid
lng to report brought by tho htiamor
W, q. Hall: K. B. M , 2800; M. A. K.,
11,207; McD, 13,110; M. 3. Co, 17..
BOO; K 8, Co. 3581; K. P. 6220; F. P,
D850; H. M 0380; G. P., 17 J.
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WE HAVE WITH US
AX THE YOUNQ.
Tuesday, March 1.
I'. E. Clark Ilimfnn Mnu Mr nml
Mrs Clins. Emery, Tacoma, Wash.;
". . E.umeB, tvamawa; Mr. ana Mrs,
K. G. Walton. Wntatiin! Mla M. nih.
win, Wal-ilua; II O. Ward Dow. New
mm uuy; j, m. i.iddell, Manila; 3i
H Lewis, Schofleld Barracks.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, March 1.
P nielli! V. K. nillllna rhnrtntla
Wednesday, March 2.
Mr. nnu ,rs. Ci.aa. urury, Tacoma,
fJOG-jAM AT THE EMPIRE.
iD'j Cowboy Millionaire" gives
v-oiy interesting description of
0nt D, circle City, Idaho, bucking
jioncos, roping steers and shooting
up. tho levin cowboy fashion. Then
the millionaire owner of the ranclr
takes tho bojs to tho city and shows
mem the time of their llcs. "A
Brother's Wrong" s a lovo storj of
two brothers loving the tame wo
man, ni.d tho rllikla raako3 It In
TRAGIC STORY AT ART.
T'Tuols of Fato" at ho Art Theater
Is a storv of n hunter whn uhlln nn n
rhcr fals from a boat and is rescued
ai mo critical moment by another
hunter. A strong friendship grows
up between these men and when they1
part It Is with an expressed desire
from both that thei meet acaln for
anothor summer's sport. But fate In
terferes and their second meeting Is
ft tragic one. The second hunter while
spending a vacation at a popular reB
ort tho following )ear meets a wo
man and falls In love with her. She
professes to return his love, hut claims
Biiu cannoi marry mm wiinout eloping.
Tho two elope and during (he houe
moon, they" tiro discovered by the first
hunter whoso )lfo was saved from
drowning tho year pievlous. .The1 wo
man Is hl8jvifo who has deserted him
for tho saer of his life, Tho hus
band bad sworn to kill tho man 'who
had taken his wlfo but Instead takes
his own, while tho second, hunter
drhes tho woman from his presence.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. '
ha Kind You .Hate Always SwM
IN FORCIQN PORT
Wedneeday, March 2. -
CASPAR Sailed Feb. 16: Bktno Ara
go, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 1: An
drew Welch, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 2: B.
S Mexican, from Sallna Cruz-
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 2: 11
a. m.: S. S. Wllholmlna, from Hono
lulu. NEW CAPTAIN of flyadcs. Cap
tain James Russell has, been placed 'in
command of the steamer Hjddes,
which was recently purchased by tho
Mntson Navigation Company from tho
Boston Towboat Company. Captain
Russell Is a nold timer in the Matson
sorvlco, having been superintendent
ot tho company's Intorcsts at Hllo and
also an officer on Matson- lino steam
ers. He succeeds Captain Alwen.
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Don't Fail to Visit the
Now Going g)n sAt
rTort Street, opp. Cholic Churcji
I LOCAL AND GENIAL I
"tim v1n nt im IllAutftfwl Afl Is
that it tarries a real menage to the
reader. It inecinei something that
the reader it interested in learning
and for this reason the retwn (ran
classified advertising, is Instantane
ous. To get immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
Telephone EOS to have Laundry
called (or and delivered quick ,
For a hack ring up phone 401 and
ask for Frank Baker, Stand Union
near Hotel St. Haak No.,57. j
1 It you want i good lob done on an
auto or carriage take.lt to HawaUaa
Carrlaio Mfg. Co.. 1 Quean St. "
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon la
time pleasantly spent This plaoe ti
sometimes known aa the Two Jeaca '
Phone S and ask for Maaual Rlohar
wheu you want sn automobile. Seven
seated Chalmers Detroit.. Use modal.
Ladles who attend the grand
clearance sale at Blom's next week
will find that It Is a money-savlnc
New is the time to set sjood Iron
Into tho blood. Order a. aae f our
Sarsaparilla and Iron, no t feraet
our dtsillled water. Ooneolldatel Ba
Wator Works Co. Phone Tl. '
Sergeant Barry of the N. O. H.
yas much nstonlshed this morning
when ho was Interfered with by a
pollco officer when ho attempted to
tie a splint to me leg ot naiuna,
tho Hawaiian who was Injured In
front of E. O. HnlPs. The police of
ficer, according to'Dnrry, wished to
take tho man away without first aid
being given him. Barry objected to1
this, and eventually gained bis
MAN BADLY CUT AT
VaatArrinv nftcrnonn J. Schult. a
carpenter vho has been working at
Bnrber'a Point, met wltlj a painful
accident which may lead to serious
results. The man was working with
n ohUnl when In mmfi wav the tool
slipped and (niftcted n long, deep
cut In his leg above tne Knee-cap.
T-1... mnn wna at nnPA nttPndCfl tO
by some felloyr workmen, pnd they
am an in inejr juwtr m.auu.
the bleeding, but wljhjllttle success.
As It was seen that 8cfmt was(bad-
iy injureu, no nun uumou - "-
city ns Boon as posslb'e, and a doc
tor summoned to attend him. This
morning, the unfortunate l man is
much better nnd appears to be re
covering (rom the loss of blood sus
tained through the accident.
AUTO 'SPEEDERS ASK
FOR WEEK'S DELAY
(Continued from Tm U
vlll coma up for hearing on next
r.Anirn n TicnVlnv .Tr. war Inn only
UCUIBU V fcufcw- - -.r- t--
ono out of the assembled bundh of
n..n ah nnv wtin UffllVA t-lfll hV DlCHlt.
lpg gnllty to the charge of excelling'
tho speed imn- uecmoy ouboiiu"j
compiled with the reauest of the court
that he contribute twenty-five dollars
and the costs, totalling twenty-eight
dollars. He counted out the coin and
appeared to bo well satisfied with his
P. Lewis pleadedunot- tfullty to fast
driving and pn tho witness stapd
swore that lie had. Just dropped a load
of pasgopgers at Alakoa street jWhen
he was supposed to be breaking the
speed ordinance down on King street
near tho Asylum road.
Lewis also lostlne'd that there were
two inachlnoa ot the same number In
the city; -ho stated that tho second 311
was n the garage and that tho other
one was running aronndltho town.
Officer Scully gave evidence to the
AffaM thnt T.pwtn nAABftd him at 51.??
o'clock' dowri by tho Asylum road, and
tnat me macnine covuruu a uiei.u,uu
dlstapce ot 330 feet In 11 Boconds.
a..ii.. urac flaHaln tiat Ihn timohlnA
was Lewis' and that the timing was
correct. Judge Amiraao, alter listen
ing to the evidence dcolded to gtvo
a decision on Saturday morning next.
When you want to be
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Lore.
CHINESE ALOHA TO
SUp FAO W
Lett By steamer
With much, fanfare and enthusias
tic demonstration upon the part ot n
large contingent of Chinese buslnt-ss
and professional men ns well as num
erous friends' from American residents
of Honolulu. T. K, Hung Pao Tung,
who for several years past has acted
as Secretary at the local Chinese con
sulate, took his departure for China
by the Pacific Mall liner Asia this
'Uio Milling of tho Asia produced an
animated scene at tho new Alakea
Despite ho absence of tho Hawaii
an Band, considerable melody of a
peculiar and original typo was moro
or lens rampant there.
A couple ot through passengers had
provided themselves with fifes and
flutes and for a ball hour before tho
Asia's lines wero cast off tho wbarf,
the musical team kept the crowd good
Tho friends ot the departing Chin
ese consular Becretaty vied with each
other lu heaping an additional burden
of floral tributes upon the defenseless
neck, and shoulders ot Sung Pao Tung.
IJo was, a rentable flower garden' ad
he walked un the' gangway to the
steamer decks. Mil 111 II
lho Abih ucing a foreign bottom.
left no cargo, and but a low lav over
A number of Japanese also departed
for Dla .Nippon by tho Pacific Mall
MAN'S LEG INJURED
ON KING STREET
A. Kalua Caught By Big
Wheel, A id Limb
At 11:45 o'clock this, morning a Ha
waiian, named AKaluna had his right
leg crushedabove the knee through a
large fly wheel he was unloading trom
a wagon, slipping and pinning tho
limb. The wagon was standing lnfront
of E. O. Hall & Sons on King street
and as soon as tho accident happened
a big crowd gathered around.
Tho pollco patrol wagon was quickly
on tho scene, and as Sergeant JJnrry
of tho N. O. II , camo along also, tho
man received first aid beforo being
taken to the hospital.
The sergeant quickly Improvised
splints and hound thd Injured leg up
so mat tne trip in the patrol wagon
would not result In further nlllkla.
According to Sergeant Barry tho Injury
is a simple bruise, and It aided the
caso a lot to hao the damaged leg
fixed up and thus obviate danger of
complications Bolting In. i
The wheel which did tho damage.
was a large one and weighs many hun
dred pounds. Tho man and his mates
were placing, sticks under It to slldo
the wheel onto the sldownlk, wheni
Kaluna's leg slipped underneath and
the heavy weight all camo down on
HOW PINCROT FEELS
a 'How Olfford Plnehot feels about tt
it it Is shown In the following let- tt
it ter ot appreciation received lu HI
tt tho last mail trom Washington: it J
it , February 7, 1910. it
Brig. Qen. John II. Sopor, N. O, it
it li , Honolulu Hawaii. it
it Doar Sir: I thank you for your ti
it letter of January 14. Buch sup- it
it port and encouragement do a man tt
it good. Now tnat (he lnes are' bo-8
it Ing cloarly drawn betweon the 8
it special Interests and. the rest ot it
ti ns in tho fight tor conservation it
It nnd tho square deal, wo shall win, ti
ti for tho people are on our side, it'
it What has happoned to mo Is ot no it
it conscquonco, except as It will help it
it us to win; n
U Your letter was most welcome, it
i SInceroly yonrs. it
'tt GIFFORD, PINCHOT,
Pleaso excuse djSlay. My mall it
it has been too large to handle. it
TACOMA The British ship River
rldo, which Is now In port undergoing
repairs, kas sovcrejy butfoted In her
passage from Lelth,to Tacoma vit
Honolulu, Is the evldcqco brought out
In an extended protest being prepared
by Biitlsh Vice Consul Agassiz. Asldo
froni.tlio. carrying away of buIIb, which
happened many times on the voyage,
do, wheel was broken, tho shanker
hpm was carried away and the galley
flooded. En rout from Honolulu to
Tacoma tho bailout shjftcd, listing
tho vessel heavily to tho starboard
SURE to have your
Aged, JVorn-Out Horse
"'ls forced' Along
This af(ernoon nt 1 o'clock a
white horse, which Is In a pltlablo
state from old ago and disease, was
observed traveling nlong King
street near llethel. The driver, a
Japanese, was urging the poor ani
mal along, nnd ob It endeavored to
hasten lt,s speed It staggered from
side to side and nearly fell.
A I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n mnn who happen
ed along told Chief McDufflo about
the sad spectacle, and the police sta
tion was communicated with. In
spector Scully was quickly on the
scene, and (ho driver, Toga, was put
under arrest on a charge of cruolty
In all the wldo experience of many
of tho officers nnd other people who
frcquont the polite Elation, no worso
caso of cruelty to animals lms been
reported thnn thnt of today, Tho
horse was bo weak and swollen about
tho knees that It trembled as It tried
to loft ono foot after the other.
Toga claims to bo only an em
ploe of a man named May, who
would appear to be In tho nillk-lma-Iness,
ns two cans wore standing on
tho back of tho wagon which tho
poor horse 'was plodding along ahead
of. It was the unanimous thought
ot eterjono who siw tho animal thnt
tho owner should get six months In
CIIEKA MEN ARE
" ' HEAVP FINED
At list the much continued Clio Va
gambling cases havo been settled, and
this morning Judge Andrado found two
out of tho threo defendants guilty, and:
fined them 1250 each with tl 40 costf.
Harada and Yamushtrl wero tho
men who to pay tho heny fines, whlltst
Ohlrn, who Is alleged to hato been
the. banker, was acquitted. C. V. Clill
llngworth represented tho defendants
In tho caso, and he. put up n great light
for his client, but tho ovldence was
too strong against two of tho men and
they wero 'found guilty.
ACCORDING TO a marine exchange
cnblo the American schooner H. D.
IlendlxBcn has sailed from Muklltco
with a shipment of lumber, destined
Bvi Atf W
tAk f ,i s. ,--nB
MWZmKr' 'The JB
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WATERFRONT NOTE8 I I j AHRIVEP
THU CHEYENNE, n United States
war vessel which has seen less, than
ten years of service, Is reported f-om
San Tranclsco as having been desig
nated as the station ship for Ha
waii, nnd the ship is aoon to leave
for Honolulu. Her complement in
cludes over one hundred and sixty
men. The Chejenno was formerly
known as the Wyoming and . Is a
vessel of the monitor type. In tho
past' few jears the Cheyenne hai
been practically rebuilt. 8he Is pe
culiarly n'dapted 'to coast defense
work. The Cheyenne carries two
12:lnch 5uns,four 4-Inch guns and
three 6-poutidcrs, together with
smaller ordnance and Colts rapid
flrors. She Is of 3235 tons,' two
hundred and fifty-two feet nn tl.o
water line, with a fifty-foot beam.
THE CANADIAN-AUSTnAUAN lin
er Malta! duo to arrive today from
Australian ports by tho way of Suva
will go to the new Alakca street wharf.
Tho vessel will leave Beycral hundred
tons of refrigerated pfovlslonB nnij
surplles. The, Malta! was formerly
known to Honolulu travelling liubllo
as tho old reliable Mlonera. Tho ves
sel has passenger accommodation for
but twelve passengers and It Is this
number thnt will leave forVancouvcr
THREE THOUSAND DAI.E3 of hay
are among tho consignment of cargo
now being taken but' the Amcrfcan
schooner William II. Marston. Tho
vessel Is Ijlng at tho Oceanic wharf.
It Is expected that 'tho Marston 'will
bo ready to proceed to Pearl Harbor
to discharge a quantity of material
for the now dry docks thore. The tug
Intrepid will tow tho schooner to tho
TODAY'S AnRIVAI-S Included tho
ltt,,.r.Ta1nn,l atfnmrtr V. CI Hnll frnill
Kauai ports with a shipment of sugar
nmounung to oauu saens. -1 uo tubsci
brought a ha" docn cabin passengers
nnd .other Items ot cargo included 130
BackB rlco and 16 packages sundries.
The Hall Is scheduled to depart for a
return trip to tho Garden Island to
ON THE I.OCAIi marine railway Is
the American schoonct HeleOo 'which
Is being scrnped and repainted. Tho
Ilclcne recently arrived with a ship
ment of lumber to agency of Allen, &
Robinson. .The vccscl has bcon placed
on tho berth to sail for Washington
cotst ports tomorrow.
THE I1ARK Andrew Welch. Captain
Kelly, has sailed from San Francisco
for Honolulu. Thb vessel left 'tho
California nort yesterday and Is under
F(oort Id be bringing down' n 'general
cargo for the Islands. Tho Welch
comes to tho agency of C. llrowcr &
A REPORT from Hllo U to the ef
fect that the American Hawaiian
freighter Alaskan sailed from that
port on last Monday with destination
as'Sallna Cruz. Tho vessel carried a
large shipment of sugar and other
DOR the stomach's sake an
occasional glass of beer
is very good. ' It is a well
established fact .that
contains corrective and tonic
qualities whicfi make it invalu
able to th,e run-dpwh system.
Apart from its medicinal pro
perties PRIMO is ,an ideal
beverage, well' suited ,to the
requisitions of this climate.
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uit lUeiClim&lie 1
Tuesday. March 1.
San FrnncUco-nABla, '.".. S. a.,
2:30 p. m. ,
Mojl, Japan Koan Mart), Jap.
ttmr., 5 p. m. '
Tuesday, March l.
Manila direct Crook.5 U. fa." A. T.,
5:30 p. m. ' " A ,.
Kauai ports Kinau, ajmr., a p. m.
Maul.' and Molokal porta Mlkahala,
Btmr., fi pm. '" " '-k
Japan ports and Hongkbbr--Asla,
P. M."8. S.,'10 a. m. ' " '
VESttLB TO ARRiyjt
Australian ports via Buva Maltal,
C.-A, S." S-." '
Mojl, Japan OuBhu Maru, Jap.
tmr. , '' ,
' Thuradiy, March 3.
Victoria find "Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. S. S.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudtno,
San Francisco, Seattle via Eleele .
Il)6nlan, M. N. S. S.
Saturday, Marcn S.
San Francisco Korea, P. U. S. 8.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
Sunday, March 6.
Kauai poHs KIniu', 'stmr.
Maul and itolok'af 'ports' Mikahala,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Kauai porta W, O. Hall, ttmr.
Australian porta 'via Suva Maltal,
C.-A. b: 0. " "
Thursday, March 3.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudtno,
Friday, March 4.
Hongkong via Japa nports Korea,
P.fM. S. S. l '' l
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. S. $, J
Saturday, March S.
Hllo ant way portB Mauna Kea,
Sunday, March e..
Maul and Molokal ports Mikahala,
Kaua Iports Klnau, stmr.
I ' IPAMEN8EM AWRIVKO I
,V( Blllll, ,. VI, ffUll, iiviii nduni
irts Rev. W. Bharrt, Wong Chong,
E. C. Smith.
MaU,taro cjuo at .Honolulu 'from
points Bs'pUoiij: , l '
Colonloe Pertaltal. March 1.
Vancouver Per Mnkuri, March 4.
Yokohama Per JtoreaMarch 8.
Malls wll' depart far tne following
oojnts WollawaV A J
San Francleco Per Korea, March 8.
Vancouver Per MaltaJ, Marc.li t.
Oolohlea Per Makura, March 1.
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