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FHE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL
16, 1901. HERD OF HONOLULU ELKS ROUNDED UP LAST NIGHT half mile in 1:07 on the Htlo track : Ayres P to have gone the miie la J2SL W. H. Cornwell has leased Venus to Dickey Davis for the racing season. ! Several speedy horses, including a hot maiden runner and a crack pacer, are supposed to be on the way to Hllo from j San Francisco. It mav not be generally known that ! Creole (2:15) has a mare named Javelin , in the States with a mark of 2:06Vi. Bethel Street-Household PACIFIC HARDWARE NEW GOODS JUST Department. CO. ltd. TO HAND. The Turkish Freemasons have petition ed King Edward for his influence in be half of the deposed Sultan, brother of the present Sultan, who has been Im prisoned for years. OOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXD nf TOILET and DINNER SETS. itonic! . vj, 1111 or , ARE OF THE F; ' n IK .1 flannel i TAt- o giv BUT" Wocks. Btrnt, JrlDe . . ,1 .... n A T?T A "NTTl RTfWT?S .j, A i x-eu Stork of GLASSWARE, at the Lowest Prices. QLASS STAND LAMPS at Bargain Prices. AGATE and ENAMELED WAKE, cheaper than ever before. CHURNS at Special Prices to Reduce Stock. OOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOOOOOOC iD fl Find our Stoves the Cheapest in the City. New Goods Constantly Arriving. Hardware HOUGH STRAW Iv 1.111. B fill. HOTEL STREET rant;MKcmfiil Kill I I IIU IK t KTAlHVfW. I Lunammoos endorsement. protessi9nAskrjt Sale Bv All "Dfinlfira Kash Co., Ltd. ACT that we have Just received a large f V Unci a Mm. U, i A PAIR. at th f se Pr'ees and goods to suit the most dis- Wit.... 1 to save Tv-.n . . . : . . . J.. . M 10 and va "1UUC m ouying your ciotning ; n mad. z convlnced of a fact We will sell you the 1 of at Prlces that astonish you. Suits Vv- Just received. e "3 your patronage it's money in your pocket. Co., Ltd. TWO TELBHONBS: Mam M and Mala S7. 404 Cor nr of port and Hotel Streets. Co., Ltd Corporation Notices. ELECTION OF OFFICERS- AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the Pacific Cycle and Man- uiacturing to., iia., nem on toe lam day of April, A. D., 1901, the following l,d the applaUBe of the wlld ones who oillcers were elected for, the ensuing j 8W0re allesnce to their leader m the impressive ritual of the order. The oth J. F. Huraburg, President. er officers installed were as follows: Es George Rodeik, Vice President. teemed Leading Knight, A. E. Murphy; W hol ers Aeudifory " i Esteemed Loyal Knight, Judge Gear; Manager R A Dexter Esteemed Lecturing Knight; J. H. Fish Manager, K. A. uexter. , er; Secretary Albert F Judd. Treasurer, The first four above named officers w G Ashley. Tner A. R. Cunha The constitute the Board of pirectors. trustees elected wen- Brothers Church, A. fa 1 AJJ i lAii..N LiL,H, wilder and Wall 5831 Secretary and Treasurer, j v V " T?, , J ioo, 0 lof From S o clock last evening until a late . . ihour this morning the Elks grazed and ELtCTIQN OF OFFiCcAO ;drank of the pure mountain waters of the ranges. As the night wore on the AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL meeting of the stockholders Of the Davey Photograph Co., Ltd., held April 11, 1901, the following officers were: elected to serve until December 31, ! 1901. H. M. Mott-Smith, President. E. A. Mott-Smith, Treasurer. A. T. Brock. Secretary. J. Ellis Bird, Auditor. A. J. BROCK. 5830 Secretary. EXCELSIOR LOCGE NO. 1 I. 0. 0. F. There will be a meeting of Excelsior Lodge No. 1, L O. O. F- at Its hall on Fort street, this, Tuesday evening April 16, 1901. FIRST DEGREE. Members of Harmony Lodge and all visiting brethren are cordially Invited to attend. G. J. BOISSE, N. O. L. L. LAPLERE, Secretary. KAMEHAMEHA LODGE OF PER FECTION. NO. 1, A. & A. S. R. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE i Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection will be held THIS TUESDAY EVENING, j April 16, at 7:30 o'clock. Degree work. C. L. CRABBE, Secretary -POWER O ATTORNEY. FROM DURING MY ABSENCE the Territory my wife will act for me under a full power of attorney. T. B. CLAPHAM. D. V. S. 6830 POWER OF ATTORNEY. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM the Territory P. C. Jones, Esq., will act for me, in all matters, under full power of attorney. T. MAY. Honolulu, T. of H., April 9. 190L 5827 Bread Winners and Winners of Bread Customers That's what this bakery wants to be your bread man and if the maker of the best bread that can be made of the best flour will win and keep your patron age we mean to have it. German Bakery Phone Wnite 3851. UPPEf? FORT STREET. i See if Youi Mirrors u.va anir ennts or lire in anv wav . iioc ""J wt.-, - spoiled. Send them direct to US WE, who can t KtblLYtH LUUMHU ULMOti And make them as good as new. 47 King, near Bethel St., opposite Met ropolitan Meat Company. EXALTED RULER i1 ' " if k1 as t? .- 1, pp if js jp ANTLERS grew like weeds during j the Installation of the officers of i the brand new Lodge, No. 616, of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at Progress Hall last night. A wild herd df 100 new Elks donned the antlers, the ceremony being performed by Grand Exalted Ruler Judge Jerome B. Fisher of Jamestown, N. Y., assisted by Dis trict Deputy Kennedy of Los Angeles. It is the first lodge installed by the Grand Exalted Ruler this year. Dr. Charles B. Cooper was installed , th. p:YQitd tw nr th Iamj her.t I1,'ls oi" u penonueu tuiua wim.ii amuse lne oniooKers, especially aurcng the initiation ceremonies. The Grand Exalted Ruler was a trick Elk and the fun never lagged while be ! FRANK S. FOR LOCAL OWNER Octoroon's Leg Blistere 1 Jas.i Qi McAulifle Succeeds Matt Earley. The little colony of horsemen who make their home at the r-.i'-e track dur ing the summer months was under a cloud yesterday occasioned by the sud den taking from its midst of Matt Ear- j ley, trainer of the Prince David-Sam Par- ker stable Matt did his work on Vioris and Wel ler on Saturday morning as usual and none of his associates noticed anything amiss with him. About 9 o'clock he was reported to be very sick in his lodgings. Billy Cunningham, who was at the track, went over to see him and says that Earley did not recognize him when he spoke to him. Don't you know me?" asked Cunning ham. "I can't see you," answered Matt. "I seem ff be blind, but I feel all right." r-unnineham s-nt for a doctor but be fore he arrived Earley was dead. The I cause of his death is said to have been hrt lisonwe He was buried at rean ritv on Sundav afternoon, a few of the boys from the track going down to pay I their last respects. Matt Earley was born in Atlanta. Georgia, and was about 35 years of age. He had worked around horses all his life. Ten years a?o in New York he was widely known as the trainer of sev- . .-j -.. lii.n won some erai ceiei.iaiew i""r,. . .. .l nf tho Vile Eastern staki MetropoUtan and Citv ana auouroau i handicaps. Two years ago he became I trainer for Prince David, whose stable, which included Weller. Vioris. Sir Cas- imlr and Cormorant, was raraig States. With three of these horses he came to Hawaii, arriving here about this loot j His connexion with the popular red and white colors has been slirnally suc cessful and his chares always went to !the post ns fit as could be. Farley's best , rare down here was that for the Ttos ta ChalleTige Cup. run last June "d won 4 by Vlorjs. turi'i ' ... - 1 1 i h mm. iti . record time. We'.lor last year a cripp;e. j was nursed and !-Tatt. and twice put on Bis toft defeated the WtbertO ! Invincible Billy McCluskey at Hilo last j January. rr-v, man was well HKea by , h, fellow workers at the track. He was L genial, good-natured fellow and hs I cheers- presence will be greatly m'sed to sine a song the refrain ' v,ioV, uns "Get Your Moneys Worth." Toor Matt, he got his money's worth, nnvwav. Tom Hollinger's new jockeys name is Ross. The lad has done considerable ex cising at the Coast. Aggravation Is doing nice work for her race with Virgie A on Saturday and will run a great mare. Many who saw her last rsce are of the opinion that she was stale and that she ran her race In a work-out on the day previous to the match race. There will be no mis take made along these lines this time. Oeore Thomas would have ridden R- Umvatlnn next Saturday but for Ross I arrival last Saturday, I -., - . .- liiilirlAna work - I V I i Kit S 13 11' fi i 1 " . ... . l .V. 4J rr land win tie rignt on eope w, u,e falls on Saturday. On Sunday she nego- tiated six furlong"! in 1:36. Nichols will ride her and her connec tions are confident of confirming the ver dict obtained In the last encounter. Lieut. Hancock and Al. Moore have. It Is reported, purchased the black sprinter Frank S from A. B. Loebenstein of Hllo for $300, and will add him to their string. Besides Virgie A there Is In this stable a speedy bay trotting mare of Hambletonian stock, which will be V. In f. A Is V. A C. B. COOPER. fc 1 & griTiP if if . if if if g IP, held the gavel and pounded the table for "Order. Order; Brothers, I must have Order!" At midnight the officers elect ed were taken to the ante-room and were afterwards conducted, one by one, before the Grand Exalted Ruler to be installed into their respective offices, while the rest of the herd stood and sang "America." With their left hands over their hearts and their right hands on the Bible, they swore to cherish the broad principles of brotherly love. At the conclusion of this ceremony, the pi anist, who by the way has no official title, struck up a cakewalk and the new ly Exalted Ruler was treated to a spec tacle which is common in the Elks' lodge room. The Elks pranced and marched and did the cakewalk as if to the manor born, and thu the fun continued until the herd was admonished to find their respective sleeping places in tne forests of Honolulu. The following officials also assisted in the installation: Grand Es teemed Leading Knight, James Nelson. Leadirks, Cal., No. 236; Grand Esteemed Loyal Knight, W. L. Besweck, Seattle. No. 92; Grand Esteemed Lecturing Knight, Judge J. C. B. Heboard, San Francisco, No. 3; Grand Esquire: Grand Inner Guard, H. C. Craft, Silver Bow, jio. zw; urana iiier, j nomas rs. men- ; ards, SpoKane, no. zas ijrand secretary, E. H. Bryan, Jr., Red Cloud. Cal., No. j 5S3: Grand Treasurer, L. D. Lufkin, j Sioux City, No. 112. trained. VV'estwood and Sec. Nichols will handle the horses this season. Harry Fears, who rode for Prince David last season and who came from 0f States a year ago with Matt Earley, will return to his home in Little Rock, has had a great sufficiency of "race hors- in " and will henceforward help his aged parents to raise garden truck. On Sunday afternoon at the track Ac robat, driven by W. H. Smith, and Lus tre, piloted by Charlie Beliina, chased each other for half a mile. The brush was to buggies and Lustre won in 1:13. Every Sunday afternoon a bunch of roadsters do funny things on the circuit but so far no lives have been lost. Octoroon, which is suffering from a strained tendon in her nigh fore leg, had the injure! member blistered yesterday. Her owner hopes to have his black pet on the track in a couple of weeks. Yesterday Artie W worked a heat in 2:33, last half 1:12. Albert M in the same stable was sent a mile in 2:33. James MeAuliffe will train for Prince David this season. He will also have Oartalene, which mare should arrive here from the Coast in three weeks. Jimmy is a capable boy and his em ployers should have no cause to grum ble when the season's results come to be reviewed. C. H. Judd has now five horses in his stable Violin, Star, Irish Lassie, Firo Bank and Wayboy. Violin is doing well and looks like bHng as good as ever this .year. Irish Lassie is lame and has i t rf.n workei for two weekS- Way- boy. which Is looked upon as a bread winner, is working alonf satisfactorily. He put In two heats yesterday in 2:371-2 and 2:3", respectively. The only McManus is now quartered at the track. He has McKenzie's Tom Ryder and his own Ayres P. Tom Ry der is looking wonderfully well and has i "-" c fat on him than ever before. 'PrmMct rnn tr, loor, hna nlwnvs hfen the trouble with him. The veteran Ayres P also looks slick and well and is sa'd to have shed most of his sore ness. Mac says thut the Fourth of July meeting in Hilo will sure be a whooper. G. S. McKenzie, manager of the Hoo lulu Park track, will race no horses of his own. as he considers such a policy to be detrimental to the best Interests of sport. McManus has received Pedro, a bay paclntr pld'ng to trfln, and expects to receive other additions to his string. W. M. Cunningham's LoTnlne C Is at the track doine gentle work and may race this season. At present she Is act ing as running mate to Waldo J. T.nr ralne C Is by the unbeaten El Rlo Rev. Aiietrro, also owned hv Cunningham, will not be raced this year. Wntosa will. It Is expected, be match ed against the winner of next Saturday's race. Aleck Harris, the track export, has m J At . mm a. I rr1 1 ; , M . , - (were DOtpimi irnm rvauai uy uiwincp rw:e and consitrned to Tom King. D'kcv Pa vis w'li drive two of them in their en gagements. The lot consists of: Mongoose, bay horse, 3 years old. pacer. Harrv '.. hay horse, 5 years old, trot ter. Albert, bay horse, runner. Harry' B Is by Hollywood, an Island horse, out of Hattle B a half-sister to Yolo Maid. Albert has w-n races on Kauai and was bred by "Kukaiau" Hor ner. Aleck Harris is a past master in the art of training and a few years ago de veloped Judah (2:2814) and Fred. Mac (2:42V.), the former a pace- and the lat ter a trotter. Both of the marks ob tained by these horses are Island-bred records and stand today. George Graham, formerly trainer for Green Morris and later on for himself, is ha"dlinr John D, the dark pacer, for Billy Cunningham. John D has a ring bone or would be a cracke-jack, from all appearances. Oplopio is t'a'nlng Iidra for Cunning ham, Harry riggott having lft the em ploy of the Wela ka Hao stable. Tom Ryder is said to have worked a 3io J : AGENTS FOR SALE OP REAL ESTATE F. J. LOWREY, President. C. D. CHASE, Vice President Manager. ARTHUR B. WOOD, Treasons-. J. A. OILMAN. Secretary. E. P. DOLE, Auditor. WE HAVE FOR SALE Houses on Keeaumoku Street Pensacola Street Brfctania Street Wilder Avenue AND ELSEWHERE. Prices range from $7,000 to $20,000. ALSO BUSINESS PROPERTt Island Realtyp. -LIMITED- 1200 m 1200 LOTS KAPIOLANI TRACT For Sale. IN THE KAPIOLANI TRACT exttfute Hfrom King street to the beach. A bom of SO feet width will be opened cxi tk ast side of the property adjoining th Kamehameha Girls School; said TO? will extend to the sea. CROSS ROADS will be opened be tween blocks. Every lot will bay m frontage on a road. The elevatioa varies from 40 feet high to 1 fee kigh above sea level. NO SWAMPS around the premises. No freshet will enter the property. THERE IS AN OFFER to boy part of the property by a groat manu facturing company. The chances are the offer may be accepted. Tfcre is every reason to believe the prices ots will increase in a short time. Tk owner of the property will give ail chances to purchasers to make tniaes on their investments. THE GROUND IS SUPERIOR t any tract in the market. THE PREMISE are situated wltb in one mile and a half from the iromt office. THE GOVERNMENT ' WAX23I PIPES are laid along the upper por tion of the property. THE PRICES are the cheapest of aa tract within two milew "rum tha ceatsa f the city. THE TERMS which will be gl"-ea t purchasers will be the b-jst ever gives by any Real Estate Dealer or Broke during the last twenty years in Honor lulu. FOR TERMS or more partlcuhirs -ry to S. H. KANAM, SURVEYOR GER OF TRACT CO. OR TO AND MANA KAPIOLiANT W. G. AGK! & GO , REAL SSTaTE DEALERS AND BROKffltS. Room tt Campbell Block. February 8, 1901.