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THE PACIFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1910.
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Fraternal Meetings;
PACIFIC LODGE, NO. 22. A. F. &
A. M.
THERE WILL BE A STATED
meeting of Pacific Lod No. A. t
& A. M-, at its hail. Masonic Temple,
onpr of Hotel and Alak-a struts.
THIS (Monua) EVENING, October
20. Vj'. at 7:o;' o '
dock.
i-Tomira r,f Hawaiian. Honolulu and
Oeeanic Lodtr-s and all sojourning
"fcrethren are invited to atrend.
By order of the R. W. M.
CHAS. F. MURRAY,
Secretary.
DAMIEN COUNCIL NO. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets everv second and fourth Wed
nesday at 7:'30 o'clock p. m., in St.
Louis" College Alumni Hall (Dreier
Hall), Union st re-t. Visiting members
are a!wavs welco ne.
F.D. CREEDON. President.
IT. P. O 'SULLIVAN, Secretary.
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.
Tie Honolulu branch of this society
meets in the Kilohana Art League
building on Miller street, ground floor,
tvery Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Visitors are cordiallv welcomed.
JAS. J. YOUNG. President.
(NOVELTY THEATRE
Cor. Kouua and PauaM Sts.
RANCE SMITH,
The Banana Man.
'Wise and Milton
ItEXlsg, Dancing and Comedy Artists
and
Latest Motion Pictures
HARNEY & HAYNES
CONNIE MARINA,
and
MOTION PICTURES.
2 Changes a Week 2
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Atinlssion I5c-10c-5c
Royal Academy
Of Dancing
Odd Fellow's Building
FOR SALE
Very desirable borne, corner Pea-
tsccla and Kinau streets. Your
choice of two properties. Call at
cur office and we will take yon
est to see them.
The price is right and terms
c&a be arranged.
Jf J Jl
BISHOP TRUST CO,,
Limited
824 Bethel Street.
POPULAR HOTELS IN
JAPAN.
KIYAKO HOTEL KYOTO
j HARA HOTEL. Nara near Kyoto
i OONTKAI HOTEL
i Ise. near Nara
Apartments, limine and service
Highest Standard
PLEASANTON HOTEL
"Wilder Ave. and Pun ah on.
The Or.lv
FRENCH LAUNDRY
Ph'-iie 111-.
777 King Street.
N"0 BRANCH OFFICE.
Distilled Water Ice
For lee, Distilled Water and
o'..l Storage, cors'fit the
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.
EAD THE ADVERTISER,
WORLD'S NEWS DAILY
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Fraternal Meetings
POLYNESIAN ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F.
Meets every first and third Friday of
the month, at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fel
lows' Hali.' Fort Street. Visiting broth
ers cordiaiiv invited to attend.
j. A. LYLE, C. P.
L. L. LA PIERRE. Scribe.
EXCELSIOE LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30,
in Odd Fellows' Hall. Fort Street. Visit
ing brothers cordiallv invited to attend.
K. C. HOPPER. N. G.
L. L. LA PIERRE, Sec'y.
HARMONY LODGE NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets everv Mondav evening, at 7:30,
in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
attend.
HUGH E. McCOY, N. G.
E. R. HENDRY, Sec'y.
PACIFIC EEBEKAH LODGE NO. 1,
I. O. O. F.
Meets everv second and fourth Thurs
day, at 7:30 "p. in.. Odd Fellows' Hall.
Visiting Rebekahs are cordially invited
to attend.
MARION FAUTH, N. G.
ALICE NICHOLSON, Sec 'y.
OLIVE BRANCH EEBEKAH LODGE
NO. 2, I. O. O. F.
Meets every first and third Thursdav,
at 7:30 p. ni in Odd Fellows' Hall.
Visiting Rebekahs are cordially invited
to attend.
MARGARET SIMONTON. N. G.
SALLIE L. WILLIAMS, Sec'y.
OCEANIC LODGE NO. 371, F. & A. M.
Meets on the last Monday of each
month, at Masonic Temple, at 7:30 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited at attend.
J. A. PALMER W. M.
W. H. GOETZ, Sec'y.
LEA HI CHAPTER NO. 2, O. E. S.
Meets every third Monday of each
month, at 7:30 p. m., in the Masonic
Temple. Visiting sisters and brothers
are cordially invited at attend.
NELLIE J. STEPHENS. W. M. .
ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER, Sec'y.
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER NO. 3, O. E. S.
Meets" at the Masonic Temple every
second Saturday of each month, at 7:30
p. m. Visiting sisters and brothers are
cordiallv invited to attend.
CORA A. BLAISDELL. W. M.
MARGARET HOWARD. Secv.
COURT CAMOES NO. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth Tues
day of each month, at 7 :30 p. m., in, San
Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visit
ing brothers -cordially invited at attend.
N. K. HOOPII, C. R.
H. PEREIRA, F. S.
CAMOES CIECLE NO. 240, C. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in San
Antonio Hall. Vinevard street. Visitinsr
companions are cordially invited to at
tend.
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS C. C.
LOUIS A. PERRY, F. S.
COTJET LTJNALILO NO. 6600, A. O. F.
Meets every first and third Wednes
day evenings of each month, at 7:30 p.
m., in Pythias Hall, corner Fort and
Beretania streets. Visiting brothers
cordiallv invited.
F. J. ROBELLO, C. R.
JAS. K. KAULIA, P. C., F. S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on second
and fourth Wednesday
evening of each month
at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian Hall, corner
Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting
brothers are invited to attend. . ,
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
F. C. McCOY, Sec'y.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday at
7:30 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Bere
tania and Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordiallv' invited to attend.
"WM. JONES, C. C.
O. HEINE, K. of R. & S.
WILLIAM McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
Ji. of P.
Meets every second and fourth Satur
day evening at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian
Hall, corner Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
attend.
H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
HONOLULU HARBOR NO. 51, A A.
of M. M. & P.
Meets on the first Sun
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54 5 oay evening oi eacn
month, at 7 o'clock, at
Odd Fellows' Hall. All
'rojourning brethren are
cordially invited to attend.
Bv order Worthv President,
WM. E. YOUNG.
FRANK C. POOR, Secy.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT CAMP
NO. 1, S. W. V.
Meets every second and
fourth Saturday of each month
in Waveriey Hall. corner
Bethel and Hotel streets, at
7:30 p. m.
By order of the Camp Com
mander, J. K. BROWN,
Adjutant.
HAWAIIAN TEIBE NO. 1, I. O. E. M.
Meets every first and
.third Thursday of each
month, in K. "of P. Hall,
i-orner Fort and Beretania
streets. Visiting brothers
ordiallv invited to attend
E. V. TOPI). :. of Ii.
A. L. EAKIN". Sachem.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
will meet in their hall.
King street, near Fort,
every Friday evening.
Visiting brothers are
'ordiallv invited to at
er:d. IAS. D. DOUGHERTY.
E. R.
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HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE I
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Me.-'fs eve
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Buildir
JAS. H. FIDDES, Chief.
JAS. C. McGILL, Secy.
I WELCDME
TO BUSINESS MEM
Visit of the Representatives of
Chambers of Commerce Eye
Opener to the Chinese.
The business men traveling to China
as representatives of the Pacific Coast
Chambers of Commerce were given a
royal welcome to China, where they
had gone at the invitation of the Chi
nese mercantile organizations, and re
ports which arrived yesterday by the
Mongolia, addressed to the promotion
committee, indicate that their visit to
the ancient empire is an eve-oot-mr. The
j iin.iijititiiTriiL ie'A ivji me j'aiiy u j
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the Chinese comprises an elaborate j
itiuerarv, taking the partv into regions
which have not been greatly frequented ! menacreiie still prowis. yet tne sieep
i... : - n'A : .i ine drason. minus some of its scales.
the following letter from the secretary
of the party:
Honolulu's Smooth Eoads.
"In the Yellow Sea. Off Shanghai,
"September 14, liUO.
"On August 23, the honorary com
mercial Ciimmi-sioners, representing the
Associated Chambers of Commerce of
the Pacific Coast, sailed from Sah Fran
cisco on the Pacific Mail steamship
Korea to accept Hie proffered hospital
ity of the Chambers of Commerce in
China, .lust seventeen days later, the
trip began officially.
''Previously to Saturday morning,
September 0, at eleven o'clock, the
journey of the commissioners had been
entirely unofficial so far as other hos
pitality was concerned, fr the com
mission was bound for China and eti
quette required that the first greeting
bv foreigners should be made by the
( hinese.
"At Honolulu, the local chamber of
commerce had whirled tt o itinerant
Americans over smooth roads, through
scenes of novel beauty. But the roads
were American soil, and the beauty was
but part of America's versatility, and
the luncheon that followed, at Young's
Hotel, was officered by American
speechmakers, tho'igh the Chinese con
sul hade us bon voyage to his country.
Thus etiquette had not been outraged
at Honolulu.
"Then from the seawall at Yoko
hama came busy launches and leading
business and political men of Japan
came upthe Korea's side with friendly
greetings and generous invitations. To
these offers of hospitality the president
of the commission. Willus H- Booth, of
Los Angeles, was obliged to turn a deaf
though appreciative ear. Blocked thus
In- the- stone wall of etiquette, the.
eager Japanese found a loophole to ex
press their friendship. Tn 190S, an ex
pedition similar to the one now on its
wav to China, went to Japan, and a
return visit was made by the Japanese
last vear. Many personal friendships
had resulted from these trips. These
were renewed in a private entertain
ment extended at Tokio. Thi included
a dah in autos through the crowded
streets sf the capital, tea at Baron Shi
busawa's villa, and dinner and thea
tricals at the Nihomabashi Club. A
delighted midnight party came back to '
the anchored Korea. j
Receptions in Japan
"Next morning.
when the anchor j
came up from the
dancing waters ot
Yokohama harbor, and the big ship
pointed her nose down the coast of
Japan, the commission awoke to the
fact tha it was being officially greeted
bv its Chinese hosts. Y. C. Tong, the
founder of the National Review, a
weekly journal printed in English at
Shanghai, and also an official of the
Imperial Telegraph Administration, had
come aboard at Yokohama. Tn the
ship's saloon he presented his creden
tials as hearer of greetings from the
Chinese chambers and welcomed us in
advance of our landing at Shanghai.
With Mr. Tong, though not officially,
was Chu Pan Fay. a retired capitalist
of Shanghai. Mid Fung Kwo Sluing, of
the foreign oi ec at Peking and former
ly with the hinese legation at Tokio
where he msde himself perhaps the
most eminent Japanese scholar among
the Chinese. Mr. Tong's party also in
cluded his wife and daughter and the
latter "s friend. Miss Chew, daughter of
the director general of the Imperial
Telegraph Administration .of "'hinn.
" Hv wireless from Nagasaki came an
offer of a welcome from the chamber
of commerce of that city of 17".000
people; this invitation was declined as
others had been but when Consul Deich
man sent a call from his hospitable
wide-verandahed house where the Stars
and Stripes floated over the hillside
garden- above the harbor, the commis
sioners dug down into their trunks and
arrayed themseleves in frock and tile,
and went by launch and ricksha io
enjov his welcome. It wns a whole
souled affair, that reception, preside!
over bv a big whole-souled fellow, neni
Iv ten thousand miles from his native
Missouri, and finding his reward for
the trouble of entertainment in the
pleasure of meeting the folks fiom
home.
"Then the Korea, having stored
a wav oer two thousand tons of coal
at the hands (bterally) of fifteen hun
dred men and women of Nagasaki,
stood out toward the Yellow Sea and
we were bound direct for China.
"Joined bv Mr. Tong and his party,
in their hand'he Chinese dress, with
he shore of China just across the toss,
ing water beyond our bow. the expedi
tion has a-siimeil an -nteriiational ap-
; 'en ra u
nor v a
tore tn
the -I'M
Cisco
!ri rieoi
Yer the comtnlssioners had
1 for Mr. Tong's greeting beef.-
down to the bnshie-s of
soon after leaving S;ut Fran
commission accomplished a
s organization and 'he , a ri -ire..
., to work in -ni!"'-t
it tr
T:
v. '
he
v,;
ir fe"b
ha ride
d bv
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bus
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s a c c
i io!
men who, having ,-nt i
:,e ti:-t ever .--:;t .v.
f '!, !!M (. mi l, -rsTfmd !
ice iiUT'i'es , t.'inie j
imtni-sioners have not
lightly. There ;s no
s'r:.,ii
ot
i itivitu t ion. The
taken the matte
j.-'ten?' among thorn that great things
ure to result from this trip, no undue ;
-,!.. vt :h-ir ii:ier!iatiial importance.
Y. r they . und.-rr:i nd aud every day ,
; ha' l-ri i-.-j-i ! ln'in ueru-vr t " i. i n.i . mi b-r I
til,' :u.:uc if ::!? lino intelligent '.
x "hiuanic! vmtIi th-ir tl.'iving and iiiu- j
Tii:!!ari:i' English speei-li. iiu:re:i, that
tH)d-rsT:in.i;rig that this riit meeting j
of A-iitriran :nid -h'nn'.-e biisino-s or- j
gai: ia rion- upon the ancient soil cf j
'h'na mean jnore than appear on the'
surface.
American Eagle Net There.
"Much has been said of the awaken
ing of t'iiina. The member of this
t-iimmissinti are aware that their own
eve are being opened To many things
winch tliev nave
tliev have not guessed. It is ;
probable that these eyes will open ,
wider and wider as the Empire of China j
unrolls before them. They are to looi
iH'on a storied intellectual land suf
ficient unto itself for thirty centuries,
ef apart in ancient self-complacency
from the moving pageant of the mod
ern industrial world; a land lying as
unconscious of that world as though
asleep, and surrounded by a prowling.
! Miitiiiig. mouth-watering managene or
I Lion-, and Eagle and Bear. Today that
lanu oegnis ro oe si ripen uu uvu
rails, to darken under the smoke of
mills, to reach with innumerable hands
oward a representative franchise. The
is stirring. Is tins movement too inie;
Has the sleep of centuries been too
long? The Eagle among these hungry
watchers is not the American bird. Let
us hope for its honor, that it may never
;oin tiiein.
"It must be because of this that
th- first invitatiwii in China's history
has been sent to American business
men. Back of this unofficial hospitality
must lie the feeling that America may
mean much to the future of the Yellow
Throne. The members of this commis
si, .;i go to China to talk cotton, and
silk, and oranges, and lumber and steel,
with perhaps an unavoidable word on
that sorest of subjects, the treatment
of the classes exempt from our exclu
sion laws. These are the subjects upon
which the hosts and guests will talk
together at dinners, receptions and ex
cursions unique on Chinese soil.
"We are wondering, as the inscrut
able East rises above the western hori
zon what greater topics, what more
vital interests may underlie this social
interchange."
PAH0A RESIDENTS
WANT COURTHOUSE
The county board of supervisors is in
receipt of a request from the residents
of Tahoa asking that a courthouse be
erected for that section, at which Judge
Ferry may hold his sessions of the dis
trict court. It appears from the );ti
tion that Pahoa is a pretty bad place,
while the remainder of Puna is remark
ably moral. It is set forth that of
twenty-five eases which have been tried
in Puna in the past twelve months, all
but, three have come from Pahoa. In
these cases it has been necessary for
the witnesses to go to either Kapoho
or Olaa to give their testimony, which
is rather hard on them. For this rea
son the construction of a courthouse at
the center of the ohia industry is
urgently requested. Hilo Herald.
Jas. W. Pratt
CITY AUCTION CO.
125 Merchant St.
For Sale or Lease
Two story, mosquito-proof cottage,
practically new, seven rooms, all mod-
ern conveniences; grounds well planted
with fruit and foliage trees; good
neighborhood, and convenient to cars.
JAS. W. PRATT,
AUCTIONEEE.
ESTATE
01 NEGOTIATED
Jas. F. Morgan
STOCKS, BONDS AND REAL
ESTATE
REALTY AUCTIONEER
No. 857 Kaahumanu St,
"OWTAL
RUGS
Just Received !
The finest and largest
collection of Oriental
Rugs ever offered to
the Honolulu public.
We now have them
on exhibition and sale
at our salesroom, 857
Kaahuman 5treet.
Among these are a
few choice large Car
pets which will be here
for a sh ort time only.
- JAS. F. MORGAN,
Real Estate in all parts
of the city.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
BREAD
AH varieties of Fresh Bread and
Plain Crackers manufactured
daily at our Bakery, 1134 Nuu-
anu street.
Patrons and interested parties
are cordially invited to call and
witness the process of manufac
ture from the opening of the
sacks of flour to the packing of
the manufactured product in
cases, tins and cartons.
Love's Bakery
1134 Nuuanu Street
WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES
AT
ANCHOR SALOON
Standing Room Only
Admission Free.
Wing 1 ai & Co,
Contractors and Builders.
Fnrnltnre, Wall Paper, Painting.
1216 Nnnann Ave.
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD.
AGENTS FOR THE
Royal Insurance Co., of Liverpool, Eng
land.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd.
of London.
Caledonian Insurance Co.
The Upper Rhine Insurance Co., Lt4
(Marine).
8cottieh Union & National Insnrane
Co., of Edinburgh, Scotland.
BLOOD TONIC
Keeps Stock Well
J. POTTIE'S STOCK iEAIEDIIf
CO.
Hotel and Union.
H. M. AYEES, Manager.
OLD
KONA COFFEE
McCHESNEY COFFEE CO.,
18 Merchant St
ORIENTAL GEMS
In beautiful Jewelry bits
bo wo
Hotel St. bet. Mtunakea and Smitk
Teach the Child
TO SAVE
Open a .Savings Account fa
your child. Shew Urn the credit,
for deposits and interest.
It will be an education in
first principles of success.
Knowledge of the
Value of Money
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000,
Rubber Goods
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. K. PEASE Pr,
573-575-577-579 Market Street
San Franclec ), CaE, TJ.S.
Renear Co., Ltd
ALGAR0BA
BEAN MILLS
ALL MANNER OF
Electrical Work
Leave Orders "With Ua.
UNION ELECTRIC CO. ,
Harrison Building.
FOR GOOD INVESTMENTS
in REAL ESTATE
apply
MAG00N BROS.
Room 1 Magoon Building.
JOHN NEILL
ENGINEER.
135 Merchant Street.
Sfaehinery Repaired.
Ship and General BlackamltUsj
GASOLINE ENGINES.
Capital (Paid ud! Yen 84 nnAl
Heserve Fund Yen 16.2MJI
HEAD OFFICE YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receive for fi
lection hills nf Tcia n rra fW.
- - lOOUG, MM i
and Letters of Credit, and t ran mm- i:
general banking business.
The Bank receives Local flnport
and. Head Office Deposits for ixeip
riods.
Local Deposits $Z5 and upwards f
one year at rate of 4 per eeni per u
num.
Head Office Deposits Yen 25 and
wards for one-half year, one yesr, tm
years or three years at rate of 41-1 pf
tent, per annum
Particulars to be obtained on afft
ration.
Honolulu Office Bethel and K
enant streets.
TTT ASAL Manage
P. O. Box 168.
Fire Insurance
THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO, I
General Agents for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of Lonlofc
Sew York Underwriters' Agency.
Province Washington Insurance 0
HATS
That Look Eight and Wear Eight!
ROMAN & FRIETAS
HAT COMPANY.
OPP. CLUB STABLES.
Paii Ka liana
And the dirt moved.
Get it from your grocer.
ART STUDIES
Beautiful Frames
Arts and Crafts Shop
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDltf
Regal Shoes
ABE BEST
REGAL SHOE STORE
COENER KING AND BETE
HATS - f
Outing.
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Hawaii - - v
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