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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1911.
tti A. T 2L ft! 'Ikv V- 1. lit. Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Oceanic Stated IMccllon. TUESDAY: lliiniilliiii Thlril Degree. WEDNESDAY: Honolulu Chapter llojnl Arrli.' THliH8DAY: t FRIDAY: . Ilrcniilcr-Swiiiil Degree. SATURDAY: Alului Tvuiili' llcgiilar, J"' l AU vliltlug numbers ol tie Order are rordlally Invited to attend meetings ot local ladgaa tfeet on the 2nd and 4th Mondavi of each month at K. P. Hall 7:30 P. M !.. M jiniiir ritniurnfM ncuucti u Anmc cnoinccny 0th Aim rfEMEFtCIAL ASSIATIOH. elation cor. tiaily invitee ,trC WU. McKINLEY I0DQE. MO. 8, X. of P. Meats avary 2nd and 4th Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor. Fort and Berotaula. Visit- Ins brotbtra cordially Invltad ti at . land. F. F. KILIJBY, 0. C. K. A. JACODSON, K. R. I. ,t , tOHOLULTT LODGE. 016, B. P. 0. K. Honolulu Lodta No. (16, B. F. O, ' Elke, meet! in their hall, on King treat, near Fort, every Friday ere- alng. Visiting Ilrotbera are cordially .: Invited to attend. D. P. It. ISHNIlEna, B. R. GEO. T. KLUECJEL, Bee HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M ft Meets every first and third Tuesday of euch mniitli In Fraternity Hall, I. O, O. l building. VlaltltiK brothers cor dlully Invited to attend. W. J. UOUINSON. Bachera. li V. TODD, C. of R. OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P. Meets every flr.it and third Friday at T-30 o'clock, Pythian Hull, corner Here tunla and Tort streets. Visiting broth' trs cordially Invited to attend. S. DECKEll, C. C. O. HEINE, 1C ot It. & B. HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E. Mt nn Hprniul tint fourth Wednes day evening of lach month at 7:30 o'clock. In .San Antonio Hall, Vlneyurd street, near Emma. Vliltlng brothers are Invited to attend. P. I1K1CIINS. W P. j WM. C. M'COV, Secy, City Transfer Co. JAS. H. LOVE FURNITURE MOVERS Shippjiug REVOLUTIONARY SPIRIT ;RApj AMIIMi IKAVKIhliN irt Chinese Minus Queues and Japanese Fruit Pickers Mo nopolize the Ship On Orient-Bound Voyage New Liner Kilauea Given an Ovation Mauna Loa an Arrival from Kona and Kau Wilhelmina Well Filled With Tourists. -' SPIRITUALISTS, ATTENTION! Edward Hnrle, "tlio noted Psychic of Kan Francisco, who for over twenty v years has hern iiroiiiuientiy iiicniiuc .' wllli ilifHnlrltuallstH' societies of Ainer lea, Is hi Honiihilil mid will demon strata lisychlo phenomena, etc. Spirit ,4fual ndvh'o nu all matteis git en. Dally ft 10 to 4; evenings by appointment. Tel- ephouu .1913 or at residence, 7fC Klnau street. (Inind Seance every Thursday jf Eve, 8 o'clock. n0!)0.2w A. BLOM, Importer Fort St . WltlTJEJELTS f HILTON & PARSONS . Oppo'slre'YolnB, Hotels -.Phona.3084 "Mary-Ann Bonnet Shop With olio thousand one hundred nud fwcho souls on board, the Toyo Klson Knlsha liner Tcnyo .Maru. from Snn Francisco and on route to tho Orient steamed into tho harbor and coma alongside Alakca wharf before nino o'clock this morning. Kovnlutlonary sjilrlt was rampant among tho ono liunilrcd and fifty Chi neso who wuio enrolled a stcerago passengers in she Japanese ship. Ho- foro going aboard the mnjorlty nt Ihcsu parted with their iincues. The same denuding of scalp hirsute pre vailed among tho Chlnoue members of tho Toyo Klson Kalsha crew, who tervc In tho flreroom aa well as In tho stewards department. The Asiatic passengers of whom 'here aro CM In tho steerage arc said to hao taken the keenest Interost In the dally reports concerning Iho revo lution now prevailing throughout China. Japanese to the number ol 410 are returning to their native land after having put In a profitable season on 'ho Pacific Coast In tho frultjircliarils, the mining camps and lumber mills. Honolulu drew but two layover pas sengers nut of a totul of 12ft cabin, 115 second clans and C14 Asiatic "Icerngo passengers. As Iho Tenyo Maru has nn cargo (or this port, it will bo an easy mat ter for her dispatch for Japan and China ports at live o'clock this even ing. Purser Held, reports good we'aflier I he most of tho way down. The Tenyo Maru Is u largu and steady ship and it takes a pretty rough sea to disturb the osscl In steaming along her course. When the Tcnyo cleared San Fran cisco, 2200 Backs of mall was placed aboard for dellvciy at Honolulu and the ports throughout the Kant. For Honolulu CI3 sackH of later mall wero lecelved by tho local postal ofllclala. Tho through freight includes Iho thousand tons of which i.V1 halcu f rot Ion will be discharged al Japanese ports. Tho disturbances in the far cast havo not affected tourist travel in thai direction and many of Iho Tenyo's passengers aro of the globe trolling class. Thero aro a number ot busl ness men engaged In cultivating trade relations with tho far oast, many gov' eminent employes teturnlng to Iho Philippines nud somo distinguished Japanese. Colonel Wnllaco P. Taylor of Iho Philippine constabulary in a passen gcr. Another passenger is Mrs, II. F I.um of Minneapolis. She Is a well known artist and Is going to Japan In search of subjects for her brush. II. P, I.lnnell and his daughter are passengers to Manila, where Unnell represents tho Atlantic Gulf nud Pa cific company. Another Manila pas senger Is Dr. George S. Baker of the United States Marine hospital sur vlce. Among tho Jnpaneso passengers are fount Y. Yamlgasawa and Dr. Ishl kurn. Captain Ilent states that he passed the United Stntes cruiser fleet on Thursduy evening, the vessels travel 'ng outcast, Tho Tcnyo walked away froin,(Uiq AnKrlcu.,warsvqjisels nlopg about half past ton o'cloclc t)i) oVon- Ins ,. , . .,,. .Tho Tcnyo will be able to accom modate, between fpry, japd (tfU Aa: MoistqeraKo jia.sejfiers lnm this port, though at tho oinco of Castle and Cooke three tlme that number hjlvg booked, Mauna Loa from Kona and Kau Ports Tho tutor-Island steamer Mauna l.oa from Kona ami Kuu ports along Hawaii was an arrival this morning. p T n , I fi Mice Pnupr 1. ''' VTTVi w H' FINE MII.UNERV M BOSTON BLDC. FORT ST. 1 1 K.WEDA Bk 'Of Vi '.1027 Nuuanu Strati Kj, NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON K'' DISPLAY MS Ladii' and Men's Hats Reasonably R Pricd the vessel reaching her wharf after eight o'clock. The vessel brought a large and gen eral cargo Including shipments of 3000 sacks sugar and 2000 sacks coffee. A large list of passengers arrived. On deck was a consignment of thirty head cattle. '2: IB a. m., 73; noon, 74; miming HfflrWrffl;W.,' IKIIUItinnili f ' ' Uarometcr, 8 n. in., 30.06; absolute humidity, 8 a. ., 5.871 grains per cubic foot; I'elativo humidity, 8 n. in., C9 per cent; i'ow point, 8 n. m, Gl. Wind 0 n. rn., velocity 4, direction N.; Da, in., velocity 0, direction N, E.; 10 a. in, (Velocity 12, direction X. E.; noon, velocity 10, direction N. E Halnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a. m., trace. Total wind movement during 24 hours ended at noon, 19G miles. ' PAMSOUntS AliltlVKll - Per T. K. K. S. 8. Tcnyo Maru. from San Francisco, Nov. 28. For Honolulu: Mrs. S. E. Turney, Miss E. K. Turney. Through: M. S. Aycrs. Mrs. M. 8. Aycrs. F. Condo, U D. Day, J. M. Gorgollo, Hon. B. Illokl, Dr. I. Ishlkuro, K. Iwashltu, Mrs. K. Iwa Shlta and Infant, Dr. T, Koyama, S. Komano, Mrs. D. F. I.um and maid. Miss C. I.um, Miss E. I.um, Mrs. W. E. I.ucas, K. Mldiuno. Mrs. K. M Ul timo, Miss S. Mldiuno, Miss Y, Mid m no, Y. Mural, Y. Mayuml, A. Nakn gawa J. C. Price, K. Salto, Y. Shllna, Mrs. S. E. Smith, K. Taoaka, K. Uchl da, G. Vcrlng, Mrs. E. a Young, II. Yamaguchl, I.u Comte do Yanagisuwa, K. Yoshlknwa, Miss M. Swltier, MlS J, A. Plcters, Itev. I.. II, Brans, Mrs. I. II. Evans, Miss S. Karls, B. S. Fenn, Mrs. B. S. Fenn, Muster H. A. Fenn, M. J. Grey, Dr. R. 8. Ivy, Mrs. R. 8. Ivy. Miss E. LcMaster, Mrs. E, Qnack- cnbush, F. G. Ashbaugh, O. II. Adams, Mrs. G. II. Adams, G. At Adnms, Mrs. E. M. Adams and Infant, E. Block, Mrs. S. 8. Barnes, O, Brown, Mrs. O, Brown, F. Raker, Dr. G. 8. Baker, Mrs. O. 8. Baker, Q. A. Buckingham Mrs O. A. Buckingham, Dr. N. J. Blackwood, Mrs. N. J. Blackwood, Mrs. O. C. Dunce, Miss J. Ilruco, II. Q. Butler, Mrs. J. J. Banfleld, MIfs U Bunfleld, Master W. O. Banfleld, Miss M. 8. Bliss, Miss 1,. Coolldge, E. W, Clark, C. W. Cowan, T. F. Cass, Mra. T. F. Cass, MUa B. Cass, Rev. W. C Dodd. Mrs. W. C. Dodd. Itev. J. B, Dunlap, Mrs. J, II. Duulap, C. II. Dar in, A, Ehrman, Mrs. A. Ehrman, K. M. Elam, Mrs. W. Estill. Mrs. J. H. Forbes, Miss Ada M, Forbes, Mrs. R, W. Given, C. 8. Given, F. Go Chuyco, 1,. A. llunion, Miss T. Huigl3, Mrs V.. M. Hnril, Miss G. L. Holmes, Mrs. A. Katenkamp, J. (1. Uiwrctice, Mrs: J. (1. -Lawrence. II. P. I.lnnell. Miss n. J. I.lnuell, Mrs. B. 10. Miller, Mrs. Thurlow Miller, Miss J. Moore, Miss I,. Muhony, Mrs. II, W. Masac, Mrs, E. C. Mason, Miss K. Mason, Ho v. F, Novnl. P. It. Nelson, ,Miss II.. Naa, Rev. B. Pal'cdes, Mrs. S. 8. Roblson, Mrs. Geo. F. Richmond, Miss It.- S. Shewbridge, M. C, Staves, C. A Smith, It Treltcl, Col; Wallace C. Taylor, Mrs. Helen D. Trnco, Miss Norlnc Trace, Mrs. 8. B. Turney, Miss K. K. Turney, Alfred Wlnsor, Mra, Alfred Wlnsor. G. A. .Walker, Miss U. Ashford, J, C. .Williamson.- - -1 Per M. N. 8. 8. Wilhelmina, fiom Sun Fruuclsco, Nov. 28. M. J. Ad'onw, wife nud child, Mrs. F, A. Alexander, A. Berg mid wife, Louis Block, 'J,(IJ. Bolo nnd wife. Col. B. T. Brown alii wife. Miss 0. V. Bulkley, Miss N. 1J. Caufleld, P. T. Cleghnrn nnd wife, X. M. Clark nnd wife, Miss Nellie Chirk, Col, anil Mrs. Colvllle, Miss Mury Cooke, Mrs. G. T. Cook G, II. Cowaf, C. C. Crulg, Mrs. J. P. Cnrts, Miss Mary U. Day, Miss A. Dayton, Miss 13. Dayton, Mrs. B. K. Dayton, Miss J. N. Dewar, Mrs. C. W, Dickey, 11. Jlckey, .Dorothy Dickey, J. T, Dlllo, Mrs, J,,LiiDobbtns,iIugaiS."B. tile, nud .wlfe.'ol,,!),! CVIka'ko and wire, D. w. uonttutt,-.T nrangor, ur., sirs. AoDrtinKurL'L.Ti-iMiiiEirl-nnil 1fi'. rs. C, Fubrcgon, A. Fries, miss Ethel E. Gay, Mrs, R, I Ghormley, Mrs. W. A, Gill, 0. C. R. O randy, J. J, Oreon, Mrs. C. !!. llnrlow, A.S'. "Healy,""8. Heller, S, 0. I Unties. Miss Cicely Ho gun, F. P. Hogan and wife, Miss M. Hogan, MrB. J, Irwin, Mrs. N. D. I.ow lr, R. R. Iftus, Marmlon Magoon, Eaton Magoon. Misses E. and K. Ma- tlDltS-UN ANl MOON i V S "K s rJr ' F ? I P " U"" 3d Jd la 3g u2 f I ?. S f 1 JL J. I Nur. tt in. pm. p m. n.m. 17 S.UI 18 4.1? fll B.I" Ss Wi i.& i.w an R.K m ai i.j bi era a.n n in. at tor i.i ins jii als est mj VtCt ' ' I I 0 4) (.J II BO CI "' 0 51 Mf pm. t i.a i.s it 40 am :.m er. s.i 3 i.oo I.s 'A lt 1-Ml'aK MS ' a if n. i.i o.tn 0 01 l.u J 49 a 47 Ijist iiartcr of the moon Nov. 28. Tlmo not stated In tables. WEATHER TODAY j (1 .,, I .', ., ( ' . ' I Temperatures dliu rii.. OS; 8 a. id., VESSELS TO AD FROM THE ISLANDS (Special Cable to Merchant' Eichange.) . -- TuesoViyi Nov.28. SALINA CRUZ-r-Arr-lved, Nov. 25: 3, 8. Isthmian, henco Nov. 10. SAN FRANC18CO Arrived, Nov. 28. 1 p. hi.: S. 8. 1.urllne. henco Nov, 15, Wlrtlasi. 8. S. Siberia.- will arrive from Yo kohama about Friday morning with 1100 tons cargo and sail for San Fran Cisco about 5 p. ni. same day. V. S. Fleet, will arrive off port abotd, 3 p. in. this afternoon. goon, -W, H. Mcln'erny, Win. McKay Mil wife, C. II. Meier, Miss Miller, F. Moses and wife, T. A. O'Brien and wife, Mrs. C. -T. Owens, Rov. Peter Quealy, Wm. Ratham, Theo. Richards an dwlfe. Mrs.' A. S. Rces, A. Roland, Miss Helen 'Sargent, I. Schorlln, J. G. Serrao, Miss Carrie Shlpman, Mrs. S. C. Shlpman, J. I. Sllva and wife, Mrs. G. P. Sparks, G. W. Steele, Nadin Syrlaney, Mrs. Chuuncey Thomas, H. R. Tlmm and wife, Miss W. A.- Tho mas, Mrs. (V1t Underwood, MrB.'T. C. Wado and -child 'Rev.-J. W. Wad- man, II. II. Walker, Mrs. Martha Washington, Miss Virginia Washing' ton, S. J. Wethcrald, Mrs. C. Wells end maid, F. T. WIllluimvMrs. II. Wil liams and son, Mrs. L. 8.. Willis, Mr, and Mrs. II. G. Wlnham, II. Wliiham, R. Wlnham, Dr. F.M, Welmore, Mrs. W. A, Stellar. - TRAXSPORT SKRVIL'K . . Dlx, arrived from Manila and Naga saki, Nov. 21. U)gan, from Manila, for San Fran cisco, arrived Nov. 11. Sherman, at Manila, awaiting orders, Sheridan, at San Francisco, arrived Oct. 15. Crook, at San Francisco, Buford, at San Francisco. Warren Stationed at the Philippine. Thomas salted from Honolulu for Ma nila, Nov, 15, L W.C.PcacqcR&C(.,Ltd. Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704 Family Trade a Specialty !Mont Rouge Wines Mumm's Champagnt Schlitz Beer MM i FLHET READY FOR FIGHT OR FROLIC 'Wo aro ready for a fight or n frolic," said Renr-Admlrnl Thomas ns the cruiser fleet left San Francisco laBt Tuesday. The fleet's departure Is told of an follows In a San Francisco newspaper: 'Into the fading glow of the setting sun five lead-colored crulnra of the Pacific licet steamed out through the' OoMen Goto yesterday afternoon on their long-contemplated practise erule to the Hawaiian Islands. ' "With the departure of the warships wns dissipated the last of miuiy ru mors that hovered among the ra wnr X lorj as they jay In.jthe xtreuin, taking store apd uthernjse preparing for their, present Journey. , ,A few minutes before, the great, .vtwieli) ,welghe,d their t imidhooks nnd swung for the Heads, Renr-Admlrnl Chauncey M. Thomas and hit ling otlleers Mnlllngly deelnritl that there was nothing In the talk Hint the fleet lind received .orders to pro ceed to the troubled Asiatic waters, where n new republic Is hi the throes of Its birth. "'Our orders nro the same nt they Vini months ngo, when tho present cruise to Ilnwall wns planned by the department,' said Admiral Thomas, 'and there hnf. been no Indication of any kind thn't we will he dispatched to China,, "'Htl I 'mnlled the fidnlrnl, as he watehedillle men taking In the. ling- slilp's, gnhiiVyhy, 'wo nro ready fi fight or u fhjnr,! Bfd'fBhtlri llghnK'rt'lio,"clcanii fj.icog now at work thrauglloit Hlc-'cHy. Ho Bfnted his belief Hint a halt should be railed as the expense would .on tlnuo to mount up tn figures which would compel tho municipality tn cease Its efforts, to rid tho community of the over-Increasing accumulation: Suiiervlsor Dwlght, chairman of tho road committee of the board of sup ervisors has filed a report showing that the road department has export ed S1148 for labor, $97.00 for tunas, 1278 Sunday labor and 125.00 prison labor in connection with the gencrnl clean-up campaign during Iho period from November 1st to tho 27th. a a WANT "SAFE AND wmw Directors nnd members of tho Mer chants' Association at a meeting held yesterday afternoon In tho association rooms at the Young Hotel building. or ii'saftliiiiul,.! faMiieilfiTans for L'hrlMiiins Eve and the po of Honolulu's annual holiday street carnival until New Year's Eve. Every inembir present declared hhn self In fiixor of the carnival, but against having It on Chrhduirix Ee. The re tall merchants lire finding that thu confetti-throwing, riot of noise." nnd crowds bent sobly on plenHiire, Inter fere serlouxly with huslues. lit that time, nnd us Christmas Eve It the tlmo when hundreds of people, must do their belated shopping, thu carnival breaks Into buying greatly. The confetti throw lug iil-xi In some cases has ex tended Into the Mores themselves, The merchants expressed themselves In favor otj holiday fun nnd will assist In promoting u New Year's Eve carni val. The matter will be taken up with the supervisors and the police departs ment. Tin; merchants hope that tho public generally will comu to the same belief nud make, the Change possible. as It Ik believed to be In the Interests of nil. It sometimes happens that love Is satisfied with a. cottage located ot a fashionable summer rexort DR. M'COY HAS A RECORD AS A SANITARIAN Dr. George McCoy, of the U. 8. Pub lic Health and Marino Hospital 'ser vice, who heads tho sanitation cam paign now that Dr. Rupert Blue has been suddenly ordored to Washington, has a long and successful career as a SHnltarlnn to nt him for the work here. Although he' .has been known I. ere chiefly ns the'mnn who was In fhnigo of Iho .pfa'gno laboratory In Han KranclBcofno Is, says Dr. Blue, nn all-qrWnil' sanitarian. iTcuoy wns in charge or the at Han Francisco for nine months wlilio Dliintf'wirs'travelrng-'troroad nnd made a fine record. He was also out In tho Philippines for four years nnd In charge of sanitation work thoic. "Dr. McCoy Is thoroughly well quali fied for tho work," said Or. Blilo this morning. "Ho Is a good executive nnd has the technical grasp and linowledgo necessary. . "Tho work hero Is proceeding smoothly now, and lt( only remains for It to be carried out systematically and conscientiously. Wo have two hun dred and fifty men In the field, and constant supervision will ,gft the re sults. Tho mnln lines of the work have, been laid down, nnd the tlilng to do now is to seo that they nro car ried out. Dr. Blue expects to leave for tho Const on the Siberia next Thursday. He will spend perhaps but a day In San Francisco and then1 leaves for Washington. Although It Is not defin ite, the call to Washington at this time means, It Is believed, that Dr. Blue Is to lie surgeon-general, suc ceeding tho late Walter Wyman. Illtullthle will be used In the pave ment of that portion of King .streU rrnin Nuiiami stream to the north line of Nuuanu street nnd along Keknullke strett from the' mauka lino of Queen street to the mnkal line of Hotel street. If the figures submitted by Joseph all man, president of the llonqlmilu Illtu llthle Paemeut Company, nro. found acceptable by the city and county road committee anil City Engineer Gere, Three local contractors entered the lists for tenders to lay the pavement, Thu "city hull" proved to be a Mecca lit noon todhy, at wlilcli lioQ'r iliu bid 'wore 'iii'inl'a'lir''ClerklKllaiSWkK lanl. I The nitulltMc company ngrces to lay the entire iiiK'einent'nt a cost of 115.- 800, to cQmpIMn tan1 Job In forty days. Tho Lord-Young Engineering Com pany offered to do the work, using olila wood liloiK, ut a cost ot JlD,t50, H ask ing 120 days to complete the Job. I.. M. Whltehnuse submitted 'two ten-i ders, one calling for crcosoted wood block at 123,120, and another for ohla wood block at a total cost of 120,915, I'nrli rvinlrni I runnlplni, ia alrivu tn complete, Tho bids were ordered turned over tov the road committee and the city and' county engineer for consideration, after which tho award will bo made, 'Oilman further agreed to carry on excavation at 95 centB n square yard and lay a two-Inch bltullthlc pavement at the rato of $1.05. Supervisor Uiw called attention of ihe board of siiiervlsnrs today to the' largo oenlrart made up.m tho funds allotted to the cleaning up ot rubbish m Equitable (Life Assurance Society "Strongest in the World" Issues The Safest, Most Liberal, and Best, Life Insurance Contract Equitable Life offer A Policy to Protect Corporations Partnership Insurance Joint Life Insurance Insurance for Young Men and Women Workingmen Pflen of Wealth Wealthy Women Self Supporting Women Temporary Insurance at Low Rates Annuities of all kinds WRITE FOR PARTICULARS f hop Insurance rAge Limited. GeneralAgentF tU ev Without committing myself to any action, I shall be ploaiad to recoivo particulars rogarding tht Equitable StandarJ Pollcybsaring Annual Divi- dtnd. j, ' , Name ', , Address Date of Birth Year Month I Day GOOD, LIVE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED Excellent Compensation for men who can write business - - w Htmamkkm , rriawfca. hiria1ailattrlA.'jir ff t iK)i ,V . H. Ulfc-Ji... , . .