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EVENING P.UL.I.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., SATURDAY, FED. 10, 180S.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Stated
Perfection Third and Fourth
Lelaloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting memberi of tie
rder are cordially InTlted to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
4ARMONY LODOE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meet eTery Monday evening at 7:30
fc I O. O. F. Hall, Fort street
E. n. HENDRY. Secretary.
ELMER E. SCHWARZDERO, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MY8TIC I ODQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets eiery Tuesday evening at
f:IO o'clock la K. of P. Hall, King
Itreot. Visiting brother cordially In
cited to attend.
Q. 11. DEnnEY, C. C.
F. WALDRON. K.R.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
C P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ken of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and flatting
rotaers cordially InTlted.
C. M. WHITE. C. C.
E. M. COLEMAN, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODOE 816, D. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. 0. E.,
arm meet In their new ball, on Miller
and Beretanla ttreets, every Friday
By order of the B. It
HAIIRY II. SIMPSON,
GEO. II. ANQUS, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, Kins
street. Visiting brothers cordially lu
sted to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY ocnlngs of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of p. Hall, King street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. SAM McKEAGUE. W.P.
II. T, MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Building, Fort Street, at
:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
U desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
to'jrrr camoes no. sno, a. 0. f,
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
uch month at 7:30 p. m., In San An
V!o Hall, Vineyard street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VIEnRA. C. R.,
JOHN P. DIAS, F.S.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month. In I. O. F.
VUltlng brothers cordially Invited to
W. 0. McCOY. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
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There Is more popular demand for a
cheap, practical and durable Dish
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There is no machine about the
household used as frequently as tho
The services of a carpet sweeper are
required two or three times a week;
the washing machine once a week; the
clothes wringer only once a weekj
while the sewing machine often stands
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Ja In demand THREE TIMES each
day, and Its benefits are thus con
stantly being dispensed to Its users.
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KINQ AND DETHEL 8TS.
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i. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Free,
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pre a.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar do.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
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Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA 8T.,
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Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Us Ms
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union SL nr. Hotel
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely Ore-proof, finest' cui
sine, elegantly furnished and the
best of service.
NOAH W. GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T. H.
lA.ArfkjAjfkrfWdfcjlfc rfk JkjAuAl
CLEANING and DYEING
Wt arc now nuklnz a tMclatty of tht 4
alovt work, ' - J
Sanitary Steam Lathidry, 2
a utiv I'Btsiii u
New Barber Shop
Recently opened, everything clean
and wholesome. Doth barbers former
ly located at Center shop on Bethel St.
NOW AT 1038 NUUANU 8TREET.
A. ITOGO, Proprietor.
Special Reduction Sals
VERY CHEAP, BIG LOT GOLF
6HIRT8. All Kinds Furnishing Goods.
C. K. CHOW & CO.,
Cor. King and River, near Bridge.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, for hire at Ter. Stables.
Ehlcrs lor new embroideries. Sec
their nd elsewhere.
Ltittcd's Tnro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co. and C. J. Day & Co.
The more )ou know about beer, the
bettor jou will like Rainier Uecr"
awun viib ...l Bril,ut milium Wlllilt.
of extraordinary nttrnctlon at 1'lora's
money-saving store next week.
Alexander Soott, the English artist,
will leatc shortly for Mexico, accora.
I ftnlr ,1.1, tltf BKA.Il.1 n ta Hf..Hn An. .
panlcd by Mrs. Scott. '
Ernest N. Smith of Honolulu has
been elected president of the sopho
more class at Stanford.
Tho Kamchnmehn Alumni Assort.-
lion gltos n concert and dance this
kvenlng nt Progress Hall,
llcglnulnc Monday, the Pacific Im
port Co. will place on sale about 1000
rards of very nne organdies. Ladles
do not fall to call early.
When tho weather Is hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When the
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rust. California Feed Co., agents.
Novelty Mills Excellent Flour makes
the best bread. It contains all the
what that's good to eat and is partic
ularly rich In gluten. California Feed
Schuman Carriage Co. makes a spec
ialty of first class carriage, repairing,
painting, etc., nt Its fully caulnned
premises on Queen street, between Fort
& Aianca streets.
Arcnivarian Lydeckor has found a
rare Hawaiian history, written In Ha
wallan, which was combed by Ln-
hnlnaluna students In 1838. It wns
edited by Rev. Sheldon Dibble. ( Ance of Hawaii as a strategic point was
A beautiful new shipment of Oriental ' emphasised today In a speech delivered
goods has Just been received and la by Congressman Hepburn of Iowa be
now on salo at Sachs' Dry Goods Co.Jloro the House Commltteo on Terr!
Also new trimmed hats In tho mlllln- torlcs favoring a refund to tho Torrl
erv department will bo on sale Mln-1 lory of 75 per cent of the Fedoral rev.
Da' I -)enues collected there. Mr. Hepburn
Lovers of good things will bo dc- declared that Hawaii was the most vol-
iigiucd to see tho noble array of
uuiiuics wmen urn veil uy me a. s. ; fctaios since tho IOiillnna purchase.
AlftmeilA find nrn fifiw arnplnir Mm nnl.'rAQTnn la bmi iDTiMn
Icatessen counter of the Metropolitan! Wlllcmslad. Feb. 9. President Cas
Moat CoL Iro of Venezuela Is busily enlisting
visitors irom mo omor islands win;
una mo .Majcsuo uotei at me corner.
of Fort and Uerctanta streets, a com-
(ortnblo home. Everything Is flit ,
class under the now management nntl
Dip rates arc most reasonable.
Central Union Church The pastor, I
llev. m. M. Klncalcl, D.D., will preach
In the morning, subject, "The Ministry
of Suffering." ln the evening thcie,
will bo a union scrvlco with the First!
Nviuoiiixi cnurcii in central Union
church at which Illshon Hamilton will
preach his last sermon before leaving i
the city. '
The Wlnlon, Model K. represents the
rlpo experience of America's oldest.
greatest and most successful nutomo-i
lillo manufacturing establishment. It
Includes those features which exper-l
lence has proved to bo essential ami do-
slrablc, and omits experimental and
doubtful features. Von Hamm-Young
Co., solo agonta.
Mr. I.. v. tMfnn n iniin... mnn '
from Ohio, nnd a director of tho great
V -M. U. A. In Toledo, Is In town ana
will nddress tho men's meeting at Y.i
M. C. A. hall tomorrow at 4:30. Ohio-
nns. utrnnrnrii nn.l utmfunt. nn t..
lally Invited. Sunday Is the Universal
Day of Prayer for Students, nnd the
speaker will keep this In mind.
Joe Cohen, who Is to take tho H -
wallan bund for n four months' tour of
tho mainland, wants suggestions for
typical Hawaiian backgrounds for Hosi
ers of the hand to be scattered en route.
He Is ottering prlies for dt-slgns, Cohen
may securo the services of Arthur A.
Lotto, an experienced theatrical nnd
newspaper man, who visited tho Is
lands In 1S98 with tho news of annexa
tion. Christian Church, corner Alakca and
King streets. All tho regular services
tomorrow. Junior C. B., 9 a. m.: Se
nior C. i:., C:30 p. m.; Dlblo school,
9:30 n. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. aad
7:30 p. m.; baptizing after tho oven.
Ing service. Morning: "Tho Wayward '
Ilrother"; ovenlng: "In Your Know!
edgo Supply Self-Control." You nro
cordially invited to nny and all serv
ices. 0. D. Edwards, pastor.
An error commonly made by
utly-JM NTfr.JV'. ire -
the necessity of proper sanitary equipment for the kitchen.
Only a few years ago It was considered good form to encase
the sink In wood thereby concealing the trap, mating it Inac
cessible and offering a place for the collection of filth and vermin.
If this condition exists In your household, examine Into it and
learn the true state of affairs.
way to do this is to employ us to install a snowy white, spotlessly
clean, V$tatnlaiif Porcelain Enameled Kitchen Sink. You will
find it a remedy for kitchen troubles.
W. J. ENGLAND CO.
PHONE MAIN 323. 121 HOTEL STREET.
tww.sWMMi..ii. i Mm y I, tii hi iTiiWMMa'"' - ii siiii anil Mill iiirfr'sf. ffitr r . ri v.iffrrr - , .v a,
'. - ,., .. .lut.- - ,, , it ,
I may mean 80methl"9 for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon
skill, knowledge, and fitness of the
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate knowl
edge of the eye and Its needs.
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May & Co,
(Associated Press Cable.)
FAVORS REFUND TO HAWAII,
Washlnrton. Feb. 9. The imuort.
liable, acquisition made by the United
men preparatory for a wnr with Franco.
It is bellctcd that he has sixteen thou,
Mind soldiers who can bo depended up
on. There are fears that tho lives of
French residents may ho endangered
Paris, Feb. 0. Tho failure of the
Morocco conference Is expected.
LEADER OF TAMMANY.
New York, Feb. 9. Thomas McAvoy
lias been chosen head of Tammany
RETURN RAILWAY PASSES.
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 9. All the
judges on tho bench In this slate have
rcturnod their railway passes,
NEGRO POET DEAD.
Dayton, 0., Feb. 9. Dunbar, the
'negro poet, Is dead of consumption.
Paul Lawrence Dunbar sprang lntu
sudden note in the world of letters bv
the publication In 1893 of a little vol-
umo of poems under tho title, "Oak
any Ivy," Since then he has written
sovcrnl novels of good class, nnd be-
tUf ,,ml h" led a number of vol-
""- cuc, no nns uuru ai uay
,on olll' on Janc 7 ,872-
nEDS ACTIVE IN RUSSIA.
St. Petersburg. Fell. 9. A linnd ol
Jted!l grounded a cabaret and threw
"""" "u "" aweinuiuge m wuritnicii,
I killing threo and wounding eighteen
tlves In the mills In the northern coun
tics havo been granted an Increase ol
Lisbon. Feb. 9. As a result of pollt.
teal disorders tho King has dissolved
8MOOT CASE CLOSED.
Washington, Feb. 9. Tho proiccu
lion of tho Hmoot caso Is closed.
COUNTESS HOWE DEAD.
London, Fob, 9. Tho Countess Howe
Tho Gospel Mission sorvlco this ovo
nln nt 8 o'clock. No. 17 Wnvurlv
block, Hotel street, promises to bo ono
of unusual Interest. Mrs. S. E. Damon
will speak and there will alto ba a
loving message from Toledo, Ohio. All
nrn wclcomo. "
and the Remedy
home owners is in underestimxting
Do not lose sight
of the fact that your
food is prepared in
the kitchen and the
"YYTJ utensils in which it
is prepared depend
on the sanitary ar
cither food or
The most certain
. . . i
SiSbs " r--; -i
Tomorrow mornlnc at 10 20 forty-
four golfers will take the Hnlehva Lim
ited for the pretty country resort to
participate In tho Initial tournament
for tho White Hock Trophy. This con
test will open a series of matches for
the handsomest cup that has ever been
offered In tho Hawaiian Islands for an
athletic contest. There Is no doubt
but what the fight for this trophy will
bo a keen one and tho winner will
have a hard struggle before his nnme
is engraved threo times upon the prlic.
At the first meeting of the commlt
teo governing tho matches It was de
cided to havo tho first match played
on the seaside links at Halelwa. These
are ono of the finest links on the Isl
and a better place to hold the opening
contest could not have been cboecn.
The stretch of land upon which theso
links are situated are along the very
edga of the ocean and are said to bo
very similar to those of Scotland, A
fresh breeze Is always blowing across
the course and this together with the
spray from the surf, keeps the player
cool. The natural make-up of tho
soil is somewhat sandy and by tho aid
of "Hell's Half Acre" and other bunk
ers tho player Is kept Interested and
busy keeping out of trouble. Tho
course Is not a long ono and can be
sisisisisisisKsisB m C'sisiHHslsHsi JssisiPssisisisisisisi
Pa Mi C ra Mi Ma to fc Pa h n. n p-
dono by a medium player In 90 strokes.
Harold Qiffard holds the local record
for two rounds, having made tho 18
holes In SG.
Tomorrow's match colls for two
rounds with tho partner whom you
might draw. Thero will bo 22 couples
start, and, so as to avoid a delay, prob
ably 11 couples will start In the morn
ing and 11 In the afternoon,
Tho Oahu Railway & I.and Co. havo
kindly added an extra car to the Lim
ited and In this car all golfers will bo
taken free to Halelwa. Players desir
ing to take their own caddy from
town will bo privileged to do so with
out extra chnrge.
nesldcs tho many players who will
make tho trip there will be their rela
tives and friends. It Is expected that
Halelwa will see Its gayest day on tho
morrow. Those who do not partici
pate In tho golf tournament will amuse
themselves by bathing, hunting or
fishing. Tho beautiful hotel allows all
tho comforts of any modern country!
4 USUI It
Tho conditions of the White Reck
Trophy call for the prlio being won by
mo same piayor onco on tho Halelwa,
Manoa and Moanalim links. Each
player will receive a handicap reckon
ed Horn previous scores. New entries
who havo not participated In any
match will bo put to scratch until they
ssWiLi'.J. I. wr M
phhBj. jtjsfttesisisBCtV tv
have handed In n score. These scores
will nil be filed and a close watch kept
on each Individual's ploy, so that ho
shall havo the proper rating as to han
dicap. Resides tho cun. Woods & Sheldon
hao offered a dozen hand-mado Par
golf balls to the player winning this
cup with one. This ball Is tho finest
known and will In Itself bo worth win
ning. A case of White Rock will bo
given tho player handing In tho second.
(lowest net score.
I Following Is a list of the entries for
J. 0, Rothwell, C. Dwlght. Jess
.Woods, Frank Armstrong, John Cul
Men Jr., O. E. Wall, H. D. qiffard, C, J.
Falk, C. R. Jordan, I. Spalding. C. J.
iiiuicnins, wniard urace, M. Phillips,
IF. Halstcad, IL A. Jordan, John Evans,
E. N. Campbell, Q. II. Derrcy, Wm.
) Williamson, Thos. Trcadway, J. D. Mc-
incrny, F. Klcbahn, N. Watklns, F. C.
Smith, 8. A. Walker, J. D. Yost. C. D.
,111Kb, C. S. Hollowoy, I. K. Dllllng.
iiuiu, us, ii tvuou, j. . urmo, u, Aiay
all, II. Johnson, A. Mahaulu. A. Mar
calllno, II. H. Orant, O. Cox, SL Clair
Uiugood, Anuna Waiakoloa, P. O.
Smith, H. A. Wilder. A. A. Dunn.
Manascr Bldeood of tho hotel la
'making preparations to havo tho largo
crowd. wen taken care of and every
one who makes the trip is assured ot
a good time.
P-a ta P4 to to to to to to to to to to
II. A. Parker, who recently enmo
through Honolulu and played an exhi
bition game of tennis with Wllllo
Iloth, Is now the lawn tennis cham
pion of New Zealand. He went through
his six rounds of championship with
out losing a set. Pnrkor showed won
derful form In his play.
Tho field day at Oahu College was
run oft yesterday afternoon and tho
events that went over from the pre
rlous day proved highly Interesting.!
Tho real fight of tho day was between
uiu oi'inurs anu oopnomorcs. At ino
end ot the games the score stood: Se
niors, 38 1-3; Sophomores, 35.
Hleh Jumn 1. J. Pa fJiin.i W. no.'
... :.. : .'.. . . : " . i
an wrep.j, no; a, jack uesiia (Sen.).
Height, 9 ft.
llroad Jump 1, A. Schnack (Sen.);
I, J. Pa (Jun.); 3, W. Desha (Prep).'
18 ft. 11 In.
440-Yard Run 1, J. Peterson (Sen.);
t, J. Pa (Jun.); 3, R. Smith (Fresh,),
Time, 60 3-5.
100-Yard Low Hurdles 1, W. Do-;
to to to totototototototototo
HALEIWA HOTEI SCENE OF FIR8T
One of tho most disagreeable voyageis
ever made by tho Alameda was that
completed from San Francisco when
the vessel arrived In Honolulu last
night at 8: IS o'clock. For two days,
the sens ran so high that the vessel
teemed In danger. The gale was en
countered on tho second day out from
San Francisco, nnd after It Was spent,
the seas still remained tough Al
most all tho passengers were sick
Onoughout tho voyage.
In spite of tho rough weather no
damage was done to the ship. It Is
related that on one occasion the wind
was so strong that It lifted two scant
lings from tho deck, nnd whirling them
high Into tho air, finally dropped them
Into the sen.
Although being several hours lato,
the Alameda will bo ready to depart for
the Coast at her regular time next
Wednesday. She has on board 1180
Ions of freight, and this Is rapidly be
On board the Alameda were twenty
two cabin passengers and fourteen,
steerage passengers. Among those
who came on hr, was A. L. C. Atkin
son, Secretary of the Territory of Ha
waii. Several of the passengers ara
tourists. Among these are F. C. Coop
er, Mrs. M, C. Cooper and Miss E. K.
Cobb. J. A. Moler Is a commercial
traveler on a business trip to tho Is
lands, ns Is also P. U McDerraott, of
Miss M. Whiting and Miss E. Whit
ing came In on tho Alameda, They
are daughters of Judge Whiting and
havo been to England to attend school.
Miss Sutter ot tho Oceanic steamship
office, was nlso a passenger on the Ala.
Tho Alameda's voyage was made
from San Francisco In six days, six
hours and fifty-four minutes. Tho
usual social events on board ship were
tiot enjoyed, owing to the bad weather.
According to the report of Purser
Smith, the following vessels ucro
sighted by the Alameda:
Feb. 3.-8: 15 p. m., lot. 30 (leg., 'J&
mln, N., long. 125 deg. 00 mln. W., met
U. 8. A, T Logan, bound N.E.
Feb. 3. 10 p m.j laL 3G deg. 44 mln.
N., lun. 125 deg. 43 mln. V, met a
three-masted schooner standing N.
Feb. 9.-5:10 n. m.; lot. 23 deg. 08
mln. N long. 164 deg. 4G mln. W met
0. S. Doric, bound N.E.
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. 11, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1249
Fort street .
lha (Prop.): 2, C. Lyman (Soph.); 3.
J. Pa (Jun.). Time, 13 1-4 bcc.
Hammer Throw 1, F. Wight (Soph)
f, W. Cooper (Sen.); 3, C. Lyman
(Soph.). Distance, $8 ft. 9 in.
1-2-Mllo Relay 1, Sophomores,
1-Mlle Relay 1, Seniors.
Local ring-goers aro all gossiping
over tho prospect pi another fight.
There are thoso who would like to seo
a return match between Sulllvnn and
Dill Hulhul. Many think that If. tho
native lad Is given a chnnco to flglit In
tho clinches that ho will make a much
better showing. Iloth Hulhul and Sul
livan aro willing to box under theso
terms and it Is quite likely that they
will bo ro-matched.
Tho sporting public would like to
see Sailor Morch In action again.
Morch has made a good Impression
nnd tho public knows that when ho
vtnrts thero Is going to bo some fast
Young Nelson would ho n good draw
ing card with soma good hoy. With
Sullivan, Morch and Nelson well
matched there would ho, a. record
Thero may possibly ho a match bo
tween Abe Attcll nnd Harry Harris for
the featherweight championship ot tho
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Jimmy Drift nnd Rat NclBon are still
At loggerheads. Nelson claims that
Micro Is $5,GCG duo htm on tho pictures
and ho wnntB this coin beforo ho will
agree to fight.
A lightweight who will boar watch
ing Is link Russoll, who recently de
feated Kid Sullivan In decisive shapo.
tt :: ::
New York Is to have a boxing club
that will hold 20-round fights. To ov
ercome tho law thero will bo no admis
sion charged. The plan Is to havo 2,
000 members and charge an admission
feo of $50. The dues will bo 20 a
month In two payments. There will
ho two fights a month, making each
ontcst worth $10,000.
:t tt tt
Jim Jeffords Is now boxing Instruct
7r at tho University of Pennsyl vnnla.