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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, JULY 21, 1902.
Wo offer for a short or long
lenso nt cry reasonable rates.
In tlio WAVERLY BLOCK
on llcttiel street, formerly occu
tiled li the Honolulu I'nint Co
Fort and Msrchant Stt.
Tel. Main 313. Honolulu.
Eastern Star Regular.
Paelfie Tnlrd Degree.
Le Progres Third Degree.
Chapter Past Master.
Commandery Red Cross.
All lsitlus members of the ir
der arc cordlall) Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
MARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
tltU every Monday erenlng at 7:50
te Harmony Hall. King street.
U L. CUTTING, N 0.
E. K. HKND1U, secretary.
All Tliltlng brothers very cordially
MYOTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Mti every Tuesday evening at 7:30
(felocX In Harmony Hill, King street.
Bulling brothers cordially Invited o
II. II WILLIAMS, C. C.
A. E. HUHfHY, K. H. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. T, K. of P.
MmU every Friday evening at Har
ssony Hall, King Btrcet, at 7.30. Mem
ttra of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
Imm brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN, C.C.
ED. C. ALDRICII,
K. of IL &. 3.
Mr. THOMAS PRIME will lecture on
Thursday. Jnl 24th, 10u2, 8 p m . nt
AHION HALL (back of Opera House).
Members' meeting Tuesda, 7 45 p m
A cordial welcome extended to all
Library open Krleln), 3 to 4 o clock.
MARY D HENDRICKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S.
Dy order of Alexander I'ullerton,
General Secretary, American Sectljn,
T. S , notlco Is hereby given that a norf
charter has been Issued to Aloha
Branch, T S, of which Mrs .Mary D.
Hendricks Is President, and Mrs. M
beno Uowe, Secretary, replacing the
old charter retained by the ox Preal
dent of said Aloha Ilrnneh Mr. A
Marques and that said old charter
was on tho 23d day of June, 1802, au
Notlco Is also given that the abate
mentioned A Marques Is In no wav
connected with Aloha Ilranc.li, T S , t-f
Honolulu, T II , nnd has not been a
member of that Branch since tho 7l'i
day of Januar), 1902.
MARY D HF.NDRICKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S
Secretary Aloha Branch, T S
Honolulu, T H. July 14th, 1902
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
'lagoon Bldg , Merchant & Alakea Sts.
Office hours 9 a m to 4 p. m.
The weekly edition of the Evenlni
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
llshcd In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. 11 a year.
New England Bakery
In londcil up with good things
Mince, Cranberry! Applet
Berry nnil Green Rhubarb
PIES - PIES
Junt like you jjct-to-omc.
all Rlren, styleH and prices
Wedding Cnkcn from $3
to 850.00 each.
Ice Cream, Sherhetn and Water
lcet, any flavor from a quart to
BO gallon, prompt delivery low
prices and bent quality. Our
are made dally frenh, pure and
wliolcHomc. Try a BOc box of our
a dollar anywhere cIhc.
HOMER A, SCOTT, Manager
Telephone 74 l O. Box 75
in rear of NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Manufacturers ami Wholesale Dealers
! CHEWING GUMS, prize goods,
' POPCORN, and quick-selling 5c
nlckle CANDIES for retail trade.
Special prices to plantation
stores by the barrel.
GOODS SOLD AT
, WHOLESALE ONLY.
Prompt shipments to tbo other
J. Oswald Lulled, Manager
I P. O. Dox 75.
For Sale or
For Rent !
WAIKIKI ROAD near Kalla road,
room) house on lot 100 x 100 One
minute from proposed lino of the
Rent $40 per Month
Purchase Price $4,000
DESIRABLE HOMES In all quarters
of Honolulu for sale on easy terms
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTSJ INVEST
MENTS. 506-507 Stangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
ALOHA BRANCH THEOSOPHICAL
At the regular annual meeting of tho
Aloha Branch, T S, last March, tin
following officers were unanimously
elected for tho present car by 17
votes A Marques, President; S. I.
Shaw, Vice President (Blnco resigned
through gross Insult by A. Fullertun),
S. W Shaw, Secretary, V. Dlx, Tre&j
urer, L D Merry, Librarian; wullo
Mrs M D. Hendricks and Mrs. A.
Roue, who dubb themselves President
and Secretary of tho samo A'oli.t
Blanch, were elected on their side by
a faction of 5 otes onl). Tho allied
cancellation of Aloha Charter by A
l'lillcrton, June 23, at the request of
tho minority only, Is an Illegal act
which Is null and told. Moreover, Lj
Resolution of Aloha Blanch, dated
April J3, Alcxandei I'ullerton, General
Secretury American Section, T S, has
ceased to bo recognized In that caioi
ity by tho bald Alohn Branch, nnd u'l
iuUrcouiso of tho Branch with him
has been suspended until liu fully
apologises (a) for his ungcntlemuuly
and unthcuxapliUul conduct in wan
toul) insulting 3 members thereof, (I,)
for his undue favoritism for and 'nil
derlug to tlio mluuilt) ruction, and
now, fur his gross partiality agiiiut
Mr Mmejms, who, on January Tlh
last was unjustly nnd Illegally epi 11
eil on false nnd tiumped up charges li)
Mrs Ihmlilcks and her 4 follovvcis
(to wit Mrs A, Howe, the two Mliies
like, music teachers, und I. Rico their
father), in tho absence of nil the nliioi
members, towaidly ndvnntage being
moi cover tuken ol Mr Mntcpies' ovn
absence through sickness, so as to rn
vent him having an) lawful tilal a.il
any c banco to defend and Justify blm
self although ho had written for it
postponement of tlio case In ordci lo
bo nolo to attend.
Such Is whnt ceitaln people rail li,
tlco, Thcos.oph) nnd Binthcrhood I'm
tunntel). the whole matter Is still ru
appial before Col Olcott, President
rounder T S.
11 order of meeting of July 17 10)2
S W SHAW
Secretary elect Aloha Blanch, T H.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar Raw, steady; fair refining,
213-16c; centrifugal, 96 test, 3 5-16c;
molasses sugar, 2 5-8c; refined, steady;
crushed, 5.15c; powdeerd, 4.75c; gran
ulated, 4 55c:
Coffee Quiet; No. 7 Rio, 5 1-8c.
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Kona coffee to be good must be pure.
C. J. Day sells it.
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents n
glass at the Pantheon.
C M Cooke's mountain home nt
l.uaknba has been completed.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
first Nntlonal Saloon, 74 N King St.
Mr nnd Mrs C 1) D)kc of Kamcha
mchn arc back from a visit lo Mini.
Harmony I-odge, No. 3, I, O. O. F.,
meets tonight ut 7 30 In Harmony Hall.
The baud will give a conceit tu
I'mtiu Square this evening nt the usual
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
pump, Klhci plantation, Maul, were
killed b) an explosion of dynamite
Tho PBKRLHSS PRUSURVIKCI
PAINT CO advertise nothing but what
they can prove.
Mr nnd Mrs James Lyle have gono
to London, whence the) will visit rela
tives In Scotland.
A statement of the affairs of the
First American Savings & Trust Co.
appears on page S.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
The Right Rev. Bishop Rmtarlck
nnd fnmll ma he expected here Au
gust 8, the) have nlready left S.m
On Thursda) an auction sale of fur-!
nltiiro will take place nt the residence
of Mrs Mathcson. Sec nd in Morgan s I
column, page li.
Whitney & Marsh's hosier) sale will
attract a great many bu)crs If price
and quality arc sought. See their new I
announcement on page 8 I
J W Bergstrom, M K Keohokalole,
C Streckwald, J A. Gonsalxes and
W 12 Shaw were among the arrivals
from Maui In the Claudlne Sunday.
Rev W M Klncnld will leave In the
Alameda for an extended vacation on
the Mainland Rev J P Krdman will
have charge of Central I'nlon church
during his absence. I
The wireless telegraph service Is ,
now open for business to Mnhukona
nnd all points on Hawaii and Maui.
Telegrams will be received at the In
tor Island Telegraph Cornpan)'s office,
lower Port street.
Invitations are out for the mnrrlaga
of Ylolet Klnoole Kahaleuluhe, daugh
ter of Mrs Maria Heckle), Kuhui, tu
Curl Anton Georg Muertcns. to tnku
place on Wednesday. July 30, at high
noon, in St Andiew's Cathedral.
The funeral of the late Miss Dthcl
Oay took phce from St Andrew a
Cathedral Sunday afternoon. The pall
bearers were as follows J II Jones.
Chas P. Chllllngvvorth David Da) ton,
Jr. Paul Jairctt, Bonnie Lemon und W.
Onl) six of tho jaelits that went
down to Pearl Harbor Saturda) aftci
noon, finished in the rare back ) ester
da) 1 hey were us follows Mallhlnl,
Wlki-vvlkl. Princess, Pirate, Columbia
nnd Vl-ke The run up was made In
Among the arrivals fiom Kaunl polls
In the W. G Hall Sunday were the
following W D Howell. Mr. and Mrs. '
A. 8. Wilcox. Miss IUhel Wilcox, Sain
Mahelonu. Mrs II M von Holt. T. It. I
Kejwoith, F Carter Nfi Mnn Win and
11 T. lla)selden.
A general meeting of the Finncis
Murphy Tempeianie Club Will be held
this (Monda)) evening nt 7,10 o clock
All pledge signers and club members
are lespectfully requested to be pres
ent Election of officers and other Im
poitant business will bo considered.
Among the arrivals from San
Francisco In the Alameda Sunday!
morning wcro tho following. Mis I
Paul II Isenberg, C. J Jennings, Miss
Jennings J T ilcCrossen, Bishop F.
Rupert, Mr nnd Mrs Sllliman, Mr. and
Mis S W Wilcox, Miss E. II. Wilto
and Miss M I. Wilcox.
V E King Is offering some splendid
lots on the beach ut Wulklkl on n long
lease at a ver) low rate A cottage und
huge bull house both new mo being
offcied on most reasonable terms
Other propel ties nio offend which
piuspeitlve purchasers should look up.
Sec F V. King's list In Want column
I K Bionn. United States Conunls
slonei of Immolation in Honolulu
leaves for the Mainland In September
for an extended visit Ho will be ac
companied b) Mrs Brown. Mr und
Mis Blown will go to their old home
In Ohio After going to Washington
and New York they will ictutn him
lute In the full
Wulluliu, Jul) 19 A veiy cnlnjnule
blithda) pait) was given ut tho Kaiiu
lui fishery last Monda) Jul) II the oc
casion being In honor of the natal da)
of Mis K It. G Wullac of Honolulu
who Is up on a visit to hei sister Mis.
A. N. Kepoikal Mr Wallace, v. ho
cumo up fiom Honolulu In the KInau
thodi) be feu e was nrefcint at the luau
AND FOREST MATTERS
Was Quest At Home of Dr. J. 0.
Raymond at Ulupalakua Ranch--
Wnlluku, Jul) 19 Goveinor S. 11,
Dole, accompanied b) K S l!o)d. Com
missioner of Public l.ands, landed at
Mukcna b) the KInau last Monday
evening. The) spent the remainder of
the night at the 1 lupalakua home of
Dr.nnd.MrsJ.il ltnjmond. On Wcd
nesilay, the part) was met by W. O.
Aiken, than whom no one has n
more thorough knowledge of govern
ment homestead lands nnd forest
lands W II Cornwell.Ir also met tho
part) In the interest of his father.
Governor Dole and Commissioner
Bo)d nnd part) vlKlted Polipoli spring
at Walohull ranch. Kola. A complaint
has been forwarded by Kula lesldcnts
In regard to carr)lng of water by Di.
J. II. Ha) mond from Polipoli spring to
Auwnhl, an adjoining ranch ten miles
away In tho direction of I lupalakua.
Dr Ra)mond pn)s the government (200
per annum for the privilege of conduct
ing wnter from Polipoli In pipes to
Amoalit. Col, Comwell and residents
of Kula who are dependent on the)
Polipoli spring as their main water
suppl) for cattle as well as for domes
tic purposes, complained to Honolulu
about this unusual procedure of taking
water from one district to another for
the bole benefit of n single Individual
and not for the public In gcneial.
Dr. Ha) mond has ngieed tu take only
tho surplus water, and the Kula dis
trict residents have acceded to tills
Governor Dole nnd Messrp Ilojdj
nnd Alkcn visited Knupo on Thursday,'
nnd on Krlila) thev visited government
lands ut Kallun, llamakunloa The
Governor and Commissioner Bo)d will
return to Honolulu l the Clnudino
this evening Their time on this short1
visit has been so occupied with rov-j
vernmenl land mitters that the) havo
not the time to meet cltlrcns on other
live topics of the da) not even on tho
most Impoitant question of better
loads on Maul
Labnlua, July 19 - Tlio house op
Ikala at Iao valley was entered by two
men supposed to be Porto Rirans l.ul,
naiuruu) nigni jui) i- ineuurgiars
made their entry b) In caking through
one of the front vcrendn windows
Mrs ikala who was alone In the housi
with her hab), made her escape b) tho
back door with the child us soon us she
uallzed that thero weio burglars In
the house She hid In a banana patch
In the rear of the )aid und fiom there
wad lied the doings of the Intruders
As the nearest house was nearlj 700
)anls away Mrs Ikala could not shout
for assistance, hut waited until she
eoiild no longer sec tlio burglars mov
ing about when she came down to Wal
luku and notified Sheriff Baldwin. A
policeman was sent up but no traces
of the men could bo found. The trunks
had been broken open and the elothes
scattered about In disorder The bur
glars did not tako away any boot) as
there was no tuone) In the trunk which
was undoubtedly the prime object or
A wooden frame building on thj
beach between Mnalaca lla and Klbln
was entered on Priday ny a bold robbei
who succeeded In getting away with
about JIC0 In cash. The three Japan
ese occupants of the house hud gono
to Klhel, und the lobber who must have
been prowling about, took advantage
of their prolonged absence, broke tho
door open and carried aw a) the amount
A Japanese workman from Klmura's
store, Walkapu, who went there tn
deliver goods, found tho door broken
open nnd the occupants gone and, sus
pecting that something was wiong, li'i
went pobt husto to notify tho ovvneua
of what he had seen 'I heio are no ai-
lests so fai.
TLSTA AT Ktl'OIKAPS.
Wnlliit.ii. Inlv 19 P. I. Testa of tin
Couit of Klre Claims, and edltoi and
piopilctor of the Honolulu Indepen
dent is the guest of lion and Mis A
N Kepolknl ut the Kahulul fisher).
Mi 1 1 Ma piilovs the Kahulul cllniale
and onl) wishes tbut climatic condi
tions in Honolulu weiu the aame. Inn
well known Journalist will ictuin tu
Honolulu In the Muunu I.ua next
'1 huisila) evening
I he si homier Okanogan left Poit
Ludlon I'm Honolulu July S
the baikeutliKi Hello ai lived fiom
Cape Town ut Newcastle on Jul) 7
bin is now loading foi Honolulu
The Gctinun ship Llbn whlih wan
hue list fell Is icpoitcd nnlvcd at
Falmouth limn Oiegou, Inly S.
Don't forget Camartnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when )ou want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on baud a fresh supply of both Oil!or
nla und Island fruit Telephone Main
FOR THAT FALLING OUT
OF THE HAIR, DAND
RUFF AND OTHER SCALP
DISEASES : : : :
IT IS THE IDEAL HAIR DRESSING.
WE CAN HONESTLY
PORT 75c per Gal,
CHOICE TABLE CLARET,
50c per Gal,
The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House
NO. 25 KING ST.,
B16 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aermolor.
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt 1
W. Q. Ashley )udltcfi
T. E. Wall )
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
PROPERTY BOLGHT AND 80LD;
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
Kahikinui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEOBTABLES
Swatsnl Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue ?511.
ALSO AT TUB
MEAT STALLS IB AND 20.
and not a bit of linrin
In n barrel of
Invigorates and tones up the system. Order
it cane from tho Brewery. TEL. MAIN 341.
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT A8TI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARQE8T VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wines havo taken the gold medals and received tho highest
awards at all the recent
and aro now noted the world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by tho following Jobbers:
WALTER8-WALDRON CO, LTD.
GONSALVES & CO.
GOMES & McTIGHE.
JOS. HARTMAN & CO.
8. I. 8HAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
Albert V. Gear, President.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD,
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
..ENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods selling below cost. This is tho last chanco to buy as chean.
GRASS LINEN, BLACK nnd WHITE
GOO KIM, 1116
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has all tho tonic properties and
the delightful flavor of the best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St
Phone Main 140.
so much tho better. Vo want
critics for customers, and wo
Know or no better lino for )ou lo
examine and criticise than our
I902 WALL PAPERS
They are bright and cheerful
looking, and tho designs aro far
mora artistic than havo over
been mado before.
AVo aro nluajs pleased to
show them and jou will And our
pi lees to be right.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Neat and Handsome Designs
Made to Order.
5C3 Beretanla St., Near Punchbowl,
AH PAT & CO.,
1Z56 Fort St. above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, late foreman
. D. Tregloan. Suits latest styles and
-ed fit. Cleaning and reoalrlng.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
ON CORONATION DAY,
celebrate (he event
and toast KING
in. . . .
very best wines
befit such an occasion
L, F. Sternemann
FULL LINE OF
Tel. Blue 511.
FORT ST., OPP. CLUB STABLES.
i-'ine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotil ntar Nuujnu
f.O Roiet, TEL WMiir nt
H. O. YASUDA,
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Wo can supply )ou with laborers
and domestics, both male and female,
at short notice,
Dying and Cleaning
of clothes and fabrics skillfully done
at rcasonablo rates . All orders
piomptly attended to.
144 HOTEL ST., opp. KEKAULIKE.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
ItcHt of Help Furnished on
Contract If elcwlred.
Office Cor, Fort and King Streets.
Tel. Ulun 051.