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EVEN1X0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY. OCTOIIKtl U, 1501.
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Wnlluku, Oct. 12.- W. 'I'. Uoblnson,
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LAST PHOTO TAKEN OF THE LATE PRESIDENT M'KINLEY.
Jutd before the lute President McKlulcy started on lil III fated trip to
Iliiffalu lie cat for his phntuginph In the gallery of n f'.-mlnii artlnt. ThN
picture r;ni without doubt tin- l.it. mil coiildcrlng iiuiiiciiiu Miiiphuls. taken
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BY LOCAL ODD FELLOWS
Silver Anniversary Celebrated at Mo-
ana Hotel With Speeches, Pre
sentation, Dancing and Feast
ingTwo Hundred Present.
Harmony Lodge, I. 0. 0. I'.. cele
brated Its silver anniversary most sue
cessfully on Saturday evening. Al
though under the handicap of a post
ponement for two weeks, after ar
rangements had been perfected, the
committee ot arrangements carried
ever) thing through in n manner that
gave perfect satisfaction to the mem
bers ot Harmony nnil unalloyed pleas-
ure In their LriinHta.
The Invitation list Include,! member
ui nxeciuiur i.uose. i-oiynesian m-
a i i..i .. . i i ..
cnmpmtnt nnd Pacific nnd oilv
Dranch lodges of Ilehckahs, together
with wives, husbands and other near
relatives of members of tho various or-
ganlzatlons. Fully two hundred pco-
pie assembled at the Moana Hotel for
The dlnlni: loom was fltte,! un n, at.
auditorium and dancing hall, arm-
chairs giving comfort to tho auditors
nnd canvas nffordlng the best footing
to the dancers. The nmrtment nrolectJ
out over the senbearh and the volco of
ine wna waves niicu cvrry litis in 1110
literary exercises and every pause In
tho sociable chatter of tho company
rturing tho later entertainment,
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, one ot
tho representatives of Hnimoliv Lodgo.
by rcqmst iiiiciicil tho excrrlsea with
prayer. Clifford Charlock", Nohltj
Grand of Harmony Lodge, presiding,
delivered a neat uddress of wclcomi
find then called on Judgo Morris M
Kstce, a veteran member of the Order
for an address.
Judge Tstce began extemporaneous!.
In a most happy vein and almost forgo.
tho address ho hud prepared for the
Decision, an humorous allusions rln-
pled an even How of wisdom hearing
upon ino aims ant principles of Odd
fellowship. He told of tho origin ol
tho Order, Instituted by a smull band
or worklugmen In llaltlmore eighty
ytarsaco. It was an appropriate nddl-
tton to American Institutions. With
n membership of between eight and
nine iiunurcd inousanii louny, Defines
three hundred thousand In the Itebe.
I kali lodges, It was tho strongest fr.v
I trriml order In the United States. It
j distributed three-quarters of a million
! Jnllars In charity In tho year 1900.
The lodge was n school of govern-
j mrm. n stimulated 1110 socmnio side
of men. An Odd Kcllow need not re-
main a stranger In any city or eon-
sldcrablo town of tho Union, A mem
ber of tho (order receiving relief In
Blekncss was not nn object of charity,
r.s he had contributed cf his means to
tho common fund and aided his breth-
rcn when In distress. Charity and
benevolence toward all men was tiro-
noted by membership in the order.
Tho brotherhood of man was the foun
dation principle of Odd Fellowship, In
his concluding remarks Judge Kste
"Tho AmoiJrnn flag Is but the repro-sr-ntntlon
of tho Ametlcan people. Thll
nation Is our nation, nnd tho flag Is
our flag; our fathers made It, nnd we,
their children, must pcrpctunto this
government. Wo prosper when tho
government prospers, becauso you can
, not separate the American people from
the American government. All Ameri
can arc tiylr.g to improve their con
dition and the condition of their coun
try. tJri'.it reforms always come from
the masses ot nun, Odd Fellowship la
A grcnt reform. I or a long time men
looked to the clmi.ls for the coming of
Hie Saviour of mankind: but He cam'
In a manger: there Ik no nrlstoernry
In great refoiir.s; no dcgice of nobili
ty In great goodness The whole world
ttachcti us to do. and to do right. All
pnture Ix a democracy, and nil politi
cal reforms ait- but echoes from the
popular heart, and not the Invention of
men of genius. No man lias been wis?
J enough to invent u nation nations
I grow; tliey are not made to order.
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, charged
with greetings from Kxcelslor Lodge,
alluded to the branching out of till
lodgo now celebrating Its twenty-fifth
birthday. Whatever misunderstand
ings might have clouded that event
had been cleared up by tho breath ol
time mid now the starting of a second
lodgo was recognized as a symptom of
development and nut ot schism. Mr.
Mackintosh took occnsljn to ndvoratf
the erection of n temple In Honolulu,
which would be n common home for all
i . - . .iii ii ( in in ii irrncrv i.fiii i"
-; --- "
' '"' ""' ' ",,,r,,," "'"res-. 'hiIm. tons per day. while now they are
"; "' ol "", Kreal "'"'" "' uu PJr
"" '""" WIR ''"ieu. mi mini 3 me
t'tiueiin.41 i.Mosiiior. commeniorauns
J'' "'nry of Amerk.in Independence.
"'"- cnucisiii 11c nau 10 oner re-
earning Harmony ixidfc was in its
"' management. Long ago it
oug"1 I0 n"c secured a home of Its
J- McVeigh, U. U. Q. S., the offlcs
representing the N
Lodge, In n fellcltioun s
""- . i.iw nun a sci 01
"ver Jewels for the ollheis. This was
Ul Kt of Lxcelslor nnd the Itebekah
lodges. Those to wear them find and
w" w"o Imrstcd ther-Alth on tlil
occasion are: ('. Cht.rloi!. NobM1
uranu; 1:. It. Ifendiy, S.crctary; J. A.
lngonii, Treasure-; n. L. Cutting,
Warden: A. Aindt. Coiiductoi; Chns. J.
Flschel, It. s. N. .: v. .. Hall. L. S.
N (I.! Ouy T. Kellty. H. S. V. 0.: V
Tranfoglla. L. H. V. 0.: II. !.. Itoth
It. S. S.: 1. II. Dec, L. S. S.; Ohnrlin
V. Herrlck. Inside guaidlan, C. T. ltod-
s. Sally L. Williams, representing-
RelickuhH inn le in e-ellont
.1, 1.I I ." 1 1 . 1 (1c,(tcllcn
h hi which she tool: tho oppor-
'"" "' presenting inc (Minis of tho
krilcr to the nttent on of men nnd wo-
r'le" not membeia. who were present
' vlrttio of the iicmbeishlp of their
wives and husban Is.
The 111-r.iry (-erc.scs were then de-
"ared over and the lloor was cleared for
aanciug. .wisk was turnlshed by
rim. uusen h urencsirn, Biauoneii in
lno delated alcove 'or musicians
which Is nil attractive feature of I Id
Immediately after tho first dance, the
company w.n Invited In n sumptuous
'"'""",. hob .ib irea'i on tames
along (he broad balcony leading from
,no ma,n l'ulldlng tn the dining room,
I" vnilcty and miallty It was a ball-
ronm supper nwuy abovo par,
Many of the guests, In the courso of
h'' evening, nscended tho clevntor to
,nn observntory, where, am'dst tha
brilliant Illumination, they euJoed tho
delicious mountain breeze.
lie T,(CH Plctll-CS,
Captain Lyons of tho steamer Call
fornlan Is rutting In a good deal of lili
spare tlmo taking photocrnphs of
things of Interest In this city. Ho Is
an expert camera artist nnd enjoys thti
making of pictures greatly.
Illnnk books of nil sorts ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho llullctln Publish-
New York, Oct. 4. A cable to tho '
Sun from London rovs: All mcoutiti) '
of the Ilghtlug at Tort itala. Including
llinso from South African correspond
ents of tho Sun, show that It was ono
of the most striking offensive nnd do-
fcnslvo engagements ot tho war.
The whole British garrison tbcro
numbered only .loo men. with two 15
poundeis nnd a Maxim gun. An out
post of eighty men, under Lieutenants i
Knne and Lerroy, occupied the sum
mit of n hill out of sight of tho main
camp, which was on the slopi or a hill.
At about midnight COO lloers rushed
tun outpost. Their onslaught was so
sudden nnd fierce tnat for tw.-nty min
utes only bayonets worn useo. Ovci
whelming udds soon derided liic posi
tion or the outpost. Lieutenant Kano
fell dead shouting No surrender!"
Lieutenant Lerroy was severely
wounded and the whole foiro was dis
abled The mnln ramp was thus re
duced to ": men. '1 ho lloers) assailed
it from all sides, l'rom nlmtit l n. ra. I
throughtout tuo remainder of the night
and nil the following day the little
garrison withstood tliem until T
o'clock In the evening, when tne out
look seemed desperate. 'I ho IlrllUh
had been without water for niinr
hours, tho lloers hating eut of their
supply, nnd their ammunition was
Suddenly the lloer file negan to
tlucKen nnd soon a or the n'tnd.ers
withdrew, either learning Hint I3encr.il
llruco Hamilton was approaching, ai
tun Sun correspondent says, or. ac
cording to others, in sheer despair of
succeeding. Their retirement opened
the way ror the wounded commander
to withdraw' his exhausted forte,
which reached N ian.nln In tho morn
ing. Among the lloers killed were
flenerals Oppermnn nnd Schultz and
According to a statement which
reached Durban -rom N'Knndl la tho
nrltlsh military surgeon who ascend
ed tho Itnla In the moiulng to ntteml
tho wounded there was made n prison
er by the lloers, who compelled him
to attend their wounded. Consequent
ly tho llrltlsh woumleci lay unsueiorcd
during tho day In tho uroiling tun
The attack on 1'iospcct seems to
have been only illt-astroug to the
lloers 1 he camp was well Bltualed
for defense, nnd a. ..oug.. tho garrison
numbered only twenty men. with ono
Maxim, they w.mstood all attacks, not
withstanding tho Mashing bravery of
their nshallants. Tho .ntler withdrew
without achieving their purpose, nnd
their dead were piled iiromm the fort.
The Ilritlsh loss was one killed and
MB TIMES Kllll IN
lilt BHD DIH
llllo, Oct. 1 1. From Mnhukona to
Iiupahoehoe ono meets nothing hut
one m.t scene of desolation. The
storekeepers nro giving but little cred
it nnd biilng but a very few goods.
hhould ono heavy rainfall como alone.
confidence would again be lestored.
I ho desolation at I law I plantation
seemed to bo tho most Impressive
.Tlielr usual output is about twenty-
(about llnlshed with next year's rop
ami mm out iinoiit iiiteen tons per
day. 'I he cane Is dry and hard to
Grind nnd boll, nnd very sticky. Tho
rune looks llko Btraw Hint had been
exposed to tho rain for two or three
years. Tho Union Mill Comnanv- Is
I about to begin grinding next year's
'lllu people In Kohala and Ilamnkiia
nl,y it of their time In packing
U. G. S., the omc mt"l' m"sl " ""'if 111110 in pneuiiig
National (irnnd v'"lur u" lre and donkeys lor fain
I siiuc.li then nre. U "80' Vram '-aiipnlloehoe to llllo
sptu .ii. then pre- vat(,p ,. , U1 ,
li?M U li n snt nPi m.- .. . -
.MrH. 1. . nrm. ,,.,11P,i rr, i-.
hukomi on tho Klnau Wednesdny. Slio
lias made tho complete circuit ol nu
wall and has been visiting friends In
M'lml.i for tne Inst week.
. .Joll 1,nl'r ll1111 Party ofHawallnn
iricniis gave n very enjoyable recep
tion and dinner to H. S. nnd James
llojd or Honolulu at Mr. nailer's llllo
Wulluku, Oct. 12. Incendiary fires
?ro B '"" """'"' is of la e, especial-
'' " " '""" "'-'I,1r "lat M"ager It.
I'. llaldwm or Spretkelsvlllo plantation
has Increased his night force. Ileslden
iwo extra night watchmen, four mem
birx of tho Wnilukii poilro roreti arc
detailed evoiy night to petrol tho enno
"ul,llJ ,lr,)m l'n,nl' ' taini' Any
suspicious chaiaclers found loitering
;-,, i ,"" si ., .
Saturday an.ither Hie broke out nmong
-,,ne fields of I'uunene. but was put
out before much ilnmago wns dona
Tho forests from Mnkawao to lluelo
are nlso being guarded, ns several
small fires lmvo already occurred, hut
""Parlies nnvc not yet been brought
Wnlluku, Oct. 12. Miss Smith nnd
Willie Vlda, both of Honolulu, were
married this forenoon by Hev. J. N11.1.
Mr, Vlda obtained his divorce from hi
wife during tho October term. A I11.111
to commemorate the eieut will tako
place In Wnlluku this evening.
The Knko llcml.
A big four-masted barkentlnc soon
to be launched at llnoln & Son's ship
-arii Oakland for Hind, ltolph & Co.
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110 feet, beam of II feet nnd depth ol
17 feet, tonnngo of 1200. and is to havo
bllgo keels nn Innovation In the con
structloii of Balling vessels on tho Pa
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