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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1911.
lHrp1 i nr Di d ri pq for mim C0MPLTE stock, order from us JACLlbl(Jr JlallCo OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD., 931 FORT ST. w '. w !r" F' V S-t. i Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Hawaiian Staled. TUESDAY: llrniiilr Tint lliitrcr. WEDNESDAY: Honolulu 'huilrr-l'. .M. mill M. I). M 7::ill p. in. THURSDAY- llimiiliilii ('tiiiiiiiiiiiilcr) ltcgiil.tr .", i. in. FRIDAY: HllV1llil.UI Sl'l'llllll lllLTI'l'. GATURDAV- 1.(1 Vloli.i No. :t lligul.ir. AM visiting merabsrn of tie Order are cordially Invited to atlnm! meptlnfte of local ledgM Meet on the 2nd nd 4th Monday of each month at K. P. Hall 7:30 P. M. . tnii.it rum up fRM mavmsm.- . waiupic. r.mbintcny othei Auo. -5HEFICIM. AJSnr.ATI0H. ciation, eor iiilly invited. HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M. Meets every first ntiil llilril Tuesday or i-ui.li month In Fraternity Hull, I. O. i). !'. building Mtlng brothers cor llully Invited to attend. "W J ltnlllNSON, Sachem. II V. TODD, O. of It. SONOtUT-U L0T3GE. 616. B. P. 0. I. Unuelulu Lodse No. 816, II. P, O. Klki, niota in their ball, on King Itreet, near Tort, every Friday eye olnp. Visiting Urotlieri art cordially 'nvltnl to atteni. n. v. n. isi;.N'iu:Ra, & n. cji:o. t. Ki.uiiai:, sec. WM. McKINIEY I0D0E. NO. 8, X. of P. Koecs every 2nd and 4th Saturday itenlnit at 7:30 oTiottT'n'K. 6tP. Flail, cor. Fort i.nd Heretnnla. Visit ing brothers cordially Invited fi at tend. F. F. KII.HUT, G. 0. L A. JACOI1SON, K. K. B. OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P. Meets cury ilrst nnil third Friday nt 7 50 o'clock, rjtlil.in Hull, corner Dcre tnnla und Fort streets.' Visiting broth ers cordially Invited to nttend. H DISCKUl, C. C. o. iiin.vi;. k. of it. & b. , .1 II . HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E. Miets on kccoiiiI unci fourth Wcdncs day evening of each innntli at 7:30 11'iliK.k, In Snn Antonio Hall, Vineyard street, near lbniii.'i. Visiting brothers aro Inv lie il to att 'ml P lIUilil.NS. V P. W.M i M'COY. Secy. PERSONALITIES iMtoKtissou i'i:itui:r win the guest of tho College Club on Thins day afternoon at I o'clock at tho Colonial. II. M HAUUISON of lint Sptlngs, Ark., who Iiiih been viHllltig the Is IiiiiiN for some weeks, lias ictiirncil to (he m.t In tit ml. V S CltANi: Iiiik roiui In Kauai In the Interests of M A. (luiiHt A. Co. After tlulshlng with Kaual bo will tnhc In tlic other Islands. 1'. M SWANSCY la to he the next Picsldeiit of tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association, tho totallnn of nllliu bringing blm to tho position this car HII.N llltl'NS of llrother llenjiiniln fame. is In l.ahalna with his medicine kIiiiw this week, llo b.'iH Just lomplet ed n circuit of Maul nnd will lcae on Friday evening for u nix weeks' lour of Hawaii. MHS. WINIFHHD I UltAI), who has been the Client of .Mr. nnd Jim. George llecklej, left loil.iy on the Williclininu for San Francisco. Mrs lli.nl will ic turn In about three or four months, nud iniiko her liotuu peinianeiitly In Honolulu. CIIANCi CIIAU -I have been asked to ho firnliil ni.irshul of the largo pro cession to be Chen by the local Chin ese on the night of Ihc establishment of a Itcpubllc In China. Tho only tumble K I bavc no brilliant uniform to lead the ci and army lu tho strcetB of Honolulu LAND CO.MMISSIONKU .1UDD said yrslcrda Hint be was about ready to untimlt n rule to Oovomor Frear for apMoal. In connection with tho Med IK rraiican frult-lly cmnpnlcn. This will enable the ollkcrs ciirurciI III the cnnipalRii tn reRiilnto shipments, ciitor premises, nnd make yeonle clean up, where necessary, NOTARY DENIES THAT ANY PRESSURE WAS ATTEMPTED v.,iiipv 1'iiblle William S.ivldpe ile- ..1...1 ,i... ..ii. .,...il, hi Hint any pressure had been broimht to hear on him by Robert W Holt nnil I.. L. .Mcmmiii"", whin the matter was linniKlit u l court this mornlim' iliirlns tlie hcarliiB of the lloU-ArmlliiRe cae. riii. .ne Is I'Micitril to uo on ilurlnK tlm reht of tills week, mid limy even run oxer Into the next. No time Is lieinit wasted, as the attomes are starthiK iirtv In the illumine inn! worklnirrlKlit tlinuiKli the iifternoon iih well. SPIRITUALISTS, ATTENTIONI IMward liirle, the noted IVyclilo "f S.in Fu isco. who for over twenty ears has been proinlnciitly blcntltleil with I he riplrlliiallslM,inM-litlr.V Amer ica, Is In Honolulu mul will ileuion xlr.itc iihyrbk- plieoiininc.1, etc. Spirit- ii.ll adi Ice on all matters Klicn Dally 111 to t. exenlnus by appointment. '1 ei eiilMine 3913 or nt residence, "!S Klniiil street (iratnl Sennce every Thiirsduy live. S oMock H073-2W Millinery COHIHICT STYI.KS AND 1'UICKM MILTON & PARSONS Opposite Younp Hotel Phono 3088 Furniture and Piano Movers City Transfer Co. JAS. rl. LOVE Phone 1281 TIDESSUN AND MOON 1 Shipping ! i a Si a r " " 3d h h fir" a 5 I . ti i J: j. Nut. it in. p l'i. P in l m B .13; in 3su BuMiiai ces SM 7 1.15 JO 36i u.v. Il.l', (uo ja p III.' H I..V. J.l l.UllnM!.IN .I0 Sit1 " R.II . 5.IM0.M l.ai e.10 &.l! rt 6 3.-, so ne: I !.-.. s.to ale. 5.19 II .3i i.n Sim i or.1 o.ii sif A 1 ,l'"1 i S3.-. i.7iii4i i:j his mil .mi. rise (131 7.37 K.3H 3I III. Ill II. IJ Ijist ipiarler of the moon, Nov. litlT, AUSTRALIAN LINE NOW COMBINE ON THE COAST Marama From the Colonics Makes Call During the Midnight Hours Rough Weather Delays Arrival of Zealandia from Vancouver Wilhclmina Sailed With Fair List of Pas sengers Two Inter-Island Steamers Arrive This Morning Tho Union Steamship Company, larRO corporation of lliltlsh capital which own tho vessels now operated iiiuler tho house IhiK of the Canadian Australian Steamship Company Is re ported on rooiI authority to have on leicd Into a nierRcr with Ibo Cmia-illnu-MoxIcan Steamship Comp-iuy nnil tho lloskowltz Steamship Company, each the latter organizations liavliiR vessels plyliiR aloiiR the l'acltlc Coast and each n factor In Ibo Northwest trade. Tho comhlne, ncrnrilliiR to tho ro pints bmiiRht f loin Sjdney, by "III eers In tho Canadian-Australian lin er Maranui, that miido a brief call at Honolulu during the nilitnlRht hours wus eiiRlncered by J. II. Wolsfoul, President of tho .1. II. Wolsfonl Com pany, Limited, of Liverpool. The. object of tho consolidation Is to eniihlo Ihc company to become a creator factor in tho coasting trntlo nloiiR the Paclllc Coast. Tho new rouipauy iulenils In run frclKhtcrs on fast time from Alaskn to all of tho Mexican ami Central Aiueilcnu ports. Tho Cniinilijii-Mcxlcan lino has been In operntlon for some time, nud awns tevcti boats that have been trndiiiR between Vancouver and Mexican ixii Is. The lloscowllz Steamship Com pany was tho onucr of sixteen shlpo triullnR itloiiH the Alask-i coast and ns far noith us I'rlnco Ituperl, wheio they wero ciiRiiRed in tho cannery trade. Tho Union Steamship Com pany dlil a coastliiR trado ami lias hovcrnl ships lli.it pl between Aus tralia, ami Vain Oliver, Tho Marama steamed thioURh sonic1 rather nnsty wcallicr after IcavliiR Suva, mid the one litmiltod nnd twenty passciiKcrs wore compelled to remain within iloois n Rood part of Ibo tlm?. The Marama came aloutr side Alakcn whin f about etRiit o'clock and shortly after ten o'clock this iiiornliiK, tho ves sel was dispatched for Vancouver nnd Victoria, taking neatly one bundled tons caiRO fiom this port nnd also re ceiving one bundled tons coal to re plenish ibo bimkeis. Tho vessel left ITS tons Australian cargo nnd n score of passeiiRcrs decided to iciualn over. K Sierra Itcporl. Tho following wireless message has been received by the iiReiits fiom tho 0. S. S. Coa S S. Sierra, bound for Honolulu: H. S. Sierra, At Sea, Nov. 7, 8 p. in, ')"- miles from Honolulu; line weather: .'!:!-" tuns general cargo, 137 cabin passengers, -I steerage pas sengers, ISfi sacks mail, am) Wells, Fargo 'xptiiH matter. Dr. llluo will pass ship at sen. Will bo at dock nt G:3U u. in, Filday morning. Will dock at tho Oceanic wharf, foot of Foil si reel. WEATHER TODAY Temperatures 0 it. in., 71; S a. in., 76; lu a in., 7S; noon, 7'J; morning iiiinlmiitu, 73. Ilaromctcr, S a. m., I'O.dii; nbsoluto bumldlly, S a. m., ft.371! grains pcr cublc foot; relatlvo humidity, S a. in., OH per cent; dew point, S u. in., fit. Wind fi n. in., velocity 10, direction K.; S n. in., velocity 11, direction K.;, 10 n. in., velocity 13, direction N. H.j noon, velocity 11', direction N. 10. llalnfnll during -4 hours ended 8 a. in., trace. Total wind movemont during 2 1 hours ended at noon, 307 miles. W. C. Peacock & Go., Ltd, Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704 Family Trade a Specialty I Mont Rouge Wines Mumm's Champagne Schlitz Beer VESSELS TO AND FROM JHE ISLANDS (Spccl.il CiiIiIp ( .fcrc'linnls' I'xchaiiu'e.) Wcilnciilu), .(Mcmbcr H. SAN FItANCIBCO Sailed. Nov. S, 12:10 p. m., S. S. I.urlluc, for Hono lulu. SAN FItANCISCO Arrived, Nov. 7, S. S. F.utcrpilsc, from Ililo Oct. 30. KAIIULUI Sailed, Nov. 7, Ilk. St. Ito gntlen, for Portland. II I LO Arrived Nov. 5, bk. Albert, 2.T days from I'oit Gamble. HI LO Arrived Nov. 4, sclir. Minnie A. Cnliic, 37 days from Kvcictt. W'lrrlv. S. S. Sierra, docks nt Oceanic wharf ti:30 a. in. Friday from San Fran cisco with 3327 Ions cargo, 21 steer age and 137 cabin passengers, 1SS sacks mail mul Wells, Fargo ex press. S. S. Zealandia will dock nt Alakea whaif about 3 p. in. from Victoria and sail about 8 p. in. for Auckland. Accident to New Gangway. It was ii matter of regret that an accident befell tho handsriuio new pnhenRcr gangway devised by Ship ping Manager John II. Dievv of Iho ,Mn I Kin Navigation Compau.v which prevented tho r.iurvvii) being used at tho depaituro of tho llucr Wilheliuliia for S.in Francisco this morning. The steamer sailed ul H'li o'clock taking ninety cabin nud twcity-flvo stecrnge passengers. The Wlllielmina hccured a laiRO ear go couslileiliig thai Ihc vessel sailed without any sugar. The Height list showed 2!i,l0i) cases of pieservcd pineapples, 7rill biiuclic.i h.in.iuas, 2I0U Hacks ilco, 20nu sacks coffee and a largo ipiautlty of sun dries. Tho vessel was Riven a mail In tended for tho malnlnnd. Tho Wll lielmina Is scheduled In arrive nt Sin Francisco on next Tuesday morning Cl.iiiillne Timed French Itiirk lo Sen. Tho French bark Saint ItoR.-itlcii was towed from Knliultil harbor In sen eslcrday by Ibo Inler-lsbiml sleainer Claiidlne, Tho departure of tho haik for Portland, Oie., leaves but one windjammer nt tho Maul port In the American schooner Koko Head, which is discharging a shipment of Australian co.il. Tho Cliiuillna met with some roiiRh wenther on the homeward Hip. The vessel arrived this morning .bringing n fair list of cabin ami deck passengers nnd tho fol low lug Horns of Rcneral cnrRo: Ono unto, 17 sacks tuio, 1GI packages sun dries, 12 barrels wine, "l sacks corn, 237 pieces ohln wood, I!) crates chick ens nnd 14 bogs. Puiser Klbllng re pot Is tho schooner Cnmniio lit Illlo discharging lumber, nnd the arrival of the schooner Minnie K. Calnc, 37 da)s from Kverctt, Washington, nnd l the bark Albert, 29 dajs from Port I (Iambic. Seas Dangeroui Along Kaual. Purser .lames l,nganlrr Ibo Inlcr island steamer W. (I. II.ill, an arrival rt Iho port this morning iciinrtcil heavy sens along poi lions of Iho Knu al const, which made It dangerous to attempt to tao on or land passengers nt Nnvvlllvvlll. AH mall ami p-isscu-com for this isirt were carried to Abiiklnl wlicro weather conditions were more favoiahle, Tho Hall re turned with 22 packages sundries nnil .1 few passciiRors. This vessel will not bo dispatched for tho Clnrilcn Isl and until Friday morning, awaiting the arrival of the Oceanic steamship Siena with ninlnlnnd malls nnd cx picss matter. l.iirllne Has Sailed from (he ('nail. According In a cable received nt tho olllce of Custlo & Cooke, the local agents for the Matson Navigation steamer l.iirllne, that vessel sailed at 12:40 p. in. today from San Francisco with destination ns Honolulu. The l.urllnc Is undcrstooda a bringing u largo quantity of Now Yoik cargo ti unshipped from Aiucrlcun-Hawnllaii steamers. Tho vessel should urrivo hero on November 15. Zcalaiiill.i to Sail Tills Dvcnlng. As near ns can bo figured out, the Canadian Australian liner Zealandia. to nrrlvc from Victoria nnd Vancouv er this iifternoon, will bo dispatched for Australian porta on or about 8 o'clock this evening. The vessel will heith at Alakea wharf. A small amount of cargo Is to bo discharged nt this port. Tlicio Is room for a scoro or moi u of passengers. M Honotulan at Eleele. The Matson Navigation steamer Houolulnn Is icisirleil nt ICIeelo Ink lug on sugar and general cargo des tined for Sun Francisco and Pugct Hound jHirls. 14 Tho rumor has gained cuireucy Ihioiigliout Ibo ICast that tho Nippon YiiM'n Knlsha, a big .lupinesc steam ship company and the (Ireat Northern which operates tho gigantic liner .Min nesota, have agreed to illsagice, with tho icsult Hint the vessel will booh akn up trndo ucios the Parlfic under sepal alo schedules. Tho reason as signed for tho lepoited sevcraneo of a Ir.illle agiecmcnt Is that heavy business offerings ami Ibo deslie lo enter hit (ia moie aggrehslvo compctl lion with other steamship companies for Oriental trade lias decided Iho .lapanesc lino to open separate olllces, AIIIIIVKI) Tuesday, Nov. 7. Sjdney via AucKlnnd Mnrnin,i, C.-A. S. S., 7:30 p. in. Wednesday, Nov. 8. Hawaii via Maul imrts Claiidlne, iliur., a. in. Kaual ports W. 0. Hull, Blmr., it, m. t IlKI'AHTKIl I Tuesday, Nov. 7. Kaual ports Klnnii, stinr., C p. in Maul nnd Molokal potts Mlknliala, l.tmr., n p. m. Kaual ports Nocau, slinr., 5 p. in. Wednesday, Nov. 8. Vancouver njid iVIctorln Marama, C.-A. S. S., 2:30 a. in. San Francisco Wlllielinliia, M. N. S. S., 10 a. in. PASSKMIKIIS .til II IV Kit -t Per stmr. Claiidlne, from Hawaii and Maul ports. .1. H. McSwanson, (1. W. Carr, F. M. Harrison, J. 10. Cham berlain, Ah 1,00k, M. Plcaulco, Mrs. .1. Williams, Mrs. W. Maples, Mrs. Need liam, Mrs. P. A. (lorman, Mis. Flak, C. It. Collins, Dr. NotlaRC, Jim. Cos ta, D. K. Hoolopn, W. N. Cninbra. I.lz- zlo Do Hego, Ilcsslo do Itego, It. N. Nahl, Maylmn, Itcv. C. Fo, Miss Kings bury, M. Parcsa, A. Soimi, A. I.lno, Geo. Mcdelro, M. It. Frellas. .1. Or nellas, A. Iluslinell, I. Snares, II. Frcltas, M. K. Hcro, Antone Kllua, F. C. Ilenevedes, M. Dopnnte, Frank .los epli, Thus. Pedro, W. C. Martin. W. Kels, II. Chlllliigvvorth, J. Williams nnd 20 on deck. Per C.-A. S. S. Mnrnma, from Sid ney, Nov. ". C. JarvK T. Alzawu, Miss I. Clonan, I). It. Klrkcr, Mrs. Olds, Cnptnln V. Itlrhter, N. Nlelson, Miss A. Clonan, Mrs. M. Johns nnd Infant, Miss Conk, Mrs. T. Hodsuml, Mrs. M. Clonan, Dr. .1. .1. Cnsgrove, Mr. W. P. Olds, T. D. Collins, W. Moran, A. I.. Palmer, A. Sabcl. Per stmr. W. (!. Hall, from Kauai ports. S. W. Mange, Arthur Hire, F. J. Llbby. C. It. Cray, C. W. Spitz, F. Crawford and 21 deck. - I l'ASSKMIKIIS llOOKKII I f- Pcr stmr. Mniuia l.oa. for Illlo nud way ports, Nov. 10. T. 11. (Uhson and wife, Miss .1. It. .MnHpy nnd fllend, J. S. Flllinoio W. T. Fiobt, I). (i. May, Miss N. Wallace, W. C. Alii. W. II. Williams, II. HiHier, .1. K. Hughoa, F. Osakl, J. Johnson, Mis. Wood. Per stmr. Cl.iudlue, for Illlo, vlit wny lxirls, Nov. 10. A. Haiiebcrg. Mrs. V Iliinl nnd child, Mrs. Homy Dcas, Mrs. Miilholl.ind and two chil dren, Mrs. Ilodgc. Mongolia Bringing But Little drip. A eablo leeclved bote by II. H.iek febl and Company nunnunccd the do parturo of the Parlllc .Mall liner Mon golia from San Fiaurlsco vestenlay wllli a very email amount of cirgo for discharge nt Honolulu Tho Moiigolli thould arrive bcie mi next Monday morning en route lo Japan and Chin i porta. Klcvcu days ovenluu finm Tahiti, the bnrkcnllno K. N. Casllo aiuved at Snn Frnnclucn on Oclober 12. Somo upprchcnslnn for tlio safely of tho Castle was fell when she failed to mrlvo on time. Si Books for Christmas Nothing so easy to send. Nothing means so much. 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