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RVHNINO ntlM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. H KIUD.VY. AI'MI, 27. lOOfl.
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BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on hort notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu Commandery Special
8 p. m.
Leahl Chapter Initiation,
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of tho
order mo cordially Invited to tit
lead meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meet every Mnudny evening at 7:30
lu I. O. O K. Hall, lirt street,
i:. It. IICN'llltY, Hoerclnry.
ULMKIl U. BCIlWAItZlimtO, N.O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets oery Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'eloelc in K. of P. Hnll, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WIUTRHRAn, C.C.
V. WALDItON, K.lt.S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every l'rlday evening nt
K. P. Hnll, King struct, nt 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystlu Uutgc, No. ", Wm. Me
Klnlcy Ixidgo, No. 8, nnd vlsltlns
brothers cordially Invited.
A. 1). IIONF). C. C.
A. S. ki:nway, K.ILS.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. I. O. V...
will meet In their lull, on Miller
and Ilcrctonla streets, every Friday
Dy order of tho i:. It.
HAllllY II. SIMPSON,
H. i:. MUItRAY, IMt.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street. Visiting brothcru cordially lu
vlM to attend.
M. M. JOIINBON, C.C.
K. A. JACOI1UON, K.U.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and -itb WKDNKH
DAY evenings of each month nt 7:30
o'clock in K. of 1. Hall, King street.
Visiting Ragles are Invited to attend-
SAM McKKAOUE. W.I'.
II. T. MOOIli;, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Follows' Iliilldlug, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full atteudanco
is dr fired nt every meeting.
Transaction of Dullness.
COURT CAMOE8, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets ovcry 3d urn! 4th Tuesday of
each month nt 7:30 p. in., lu Sau An
tuulu Hull, Vluonrd street.
Vlrltlng lirtitlicru cordially Invited
A. K. VIRItHA, C. IL,
M. C I'AOHISCO, F. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, i. O. R. M.
Meats ovcry second and fourth
riUUAY of each month lu I. O. O. F,
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
- W. C. McCOY. Sachom.
A. i:. MUIU'HY. C. of n.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, J7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P, O, DXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
..ttil&U.. ,..,( .n-k.1., ,..
A Pleasant and Hygienic Dev-
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Dottled and In Dulk
Hoffsctilaeger Co., Lid,
KING AND DETHEL STREETS
Wall paper, well
chosen, beautifies a
house. We have just
received our new sea
sons' patterns and very
novel and beautiful they
are. The designs and color
ing are, as a whole, decidedly
In advance of past offerings. An
early Inspection will ensure a sat
isfactory choice. :: :: :: :: ::
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
t. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. D. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peek Third Vice- Pres.
J. Waterhouso Treasurer
C. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Comoany.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. DOX 642.
PHONE DLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315, Union 8L nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
.i u.m -
Qfin a "ne for a vveek ' tne co,t '
OUU a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene
fit etcured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 centsl
Whlto steam nutos. Stockydi stable.
Tho Btcnmer Nocau sails for Anaho
ln this evening.
'I he lloird of IMueatlon will meet at
3.30 p in next Thursday
The I. Iks nil! hold n regular meeting
this evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
1.1 1 col In cards, Ileakbanc, the en
graver. Tort stieet. l'hono Main 231
Trj Levy s Kotm coffee ground In
Ihelr new electric loffeo mill, l'hono
Neatly furnlshoil rooms at tho Pop.
til.ir. 1, J1.D0 and $2 per week. 12(3
Oceanic Lodge No. 371, I & A. M..
meets (Ills evening for work In the
Hie Sj in phony Orchestra will hnu
lis regular rehearsal nt llnnlclca I.awii
Two furnished mosquito jiriKif riKims
with privnlo family arc for rent, Hoc
ad. this Issue.
Oabu Lodge. No 1. IL of P.. will
meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot
P. Hall, King strccL
Tho nshes of the late A. T. Atkinson
were Interred In Nmmmi cemetery ou
llvcrybudy Hint over used Ncwbro's
Hcrplrlde for dnndruff nnd falling hair
'lo nothing hut pnilso It.
A young man of UC, with experience,
desire n position with n mcrrantlto
Iioiiko. Sec nd this Issue.
Finest quality Island butter from
Mrs, Dura Von Tempsky's ranch, Kula.
Ita) iiionil Itnnoli Market. Tel, 4GI.
For shinning to San rrnnclsro Islam,
i wis and Jellies enn ho hnd nt especial
piles ut the fnitory. 1KI Hotel street.
The ship i-ntrport sailed from llnni
burg April 20th for Honolulu with gen
eral cargo for II. Ilnckfcld & Co., Ltd,
Initiation of twelve cnndldatcH lu
n. P. O. i:. this ccnlng. All mcmberit
nnd v lulling Klks requested to bo pres
Ilnvvnllnn Tribe No 1, Order of lied
Men, will hold their regular mcetlnj
this evening In rooms at I. O. O. F
1'. II. Mosclcy. well known In Hono
lulu, Is reported to have been murder
ed In a siloon ut Fresno, Cat., by u
Tho Chinese Young Undies' Mission
ary Society hold their annual meeting
this evening In tho Fort Street Chun I.
Mrs. Cross, formerly Miss Daisy
Cnrtwrlght. will urrlvo here from the
Coast shortly to visit her aunt, Mrs. H.
Tho schooner Cbns. Levi Woodbury
Is loading general freight and ex plus
Ives nt Sorcnson's wharf for lloiiulptf
I'arndlso of tho Pacific Floral Par
nil 3 Number, 52 Pages, 15 cents.
Wnii ped Itcady for Mailing. At oflUe,
RAREBIT FIEND DREAMS
A new feature that will make you
feel better-natured so be sure and get
"Arabic" Keeps iron roofs freo from
rust nnd purfifleti rain water. Ulvo It
a trial and bo convinced. California
I'ecd Co., agents.
Tho Hteamcr Ban Matro was shifted
today from the Soreimon wharf lo tho
H.illvvny wharf to finish unloading her
(.irgo of coal and to take on u cargo of
Juhllco Incubators. Tho business
machine. Hot wutcr syBlem, not hot
air. Sco them before buying. M. W.
MiChcsncy &. Sou's, Ltd , agents, Queen
Hawaiian Tribo No. I. O. It. M..
will hold n meeting nt their council
chamber In Odd Fellows Hull this
evening nt 7 30. Important matter
will ionic up.
The Acting (lovcrnor has written
Superintendent dailies of tho cnhto of
II re thanking 1) tin for the cniclcnt work
of himself nnd his staff during tho San
On May 1 the. Hawaiian Knglncorlnj
Association will remove from llnnl
lea Uiwn to tho Knplolnni building,
where. It will occupy tho tren-iuim-bcrcd
rooms 10 lo It! Inclusive, milking
threu of them Into oun ussvmbly room
A local branch of tho "Thcosophlcnl
Society lu America" has started a
lourso of tdudlfH anil discussions, to bo
held ovcry Friday evening. In tho tur
ner moms, N. 7-8, of tho Progicsi
hluck. Unqtilrcrs will bo cordially wel
come, MIbs Allco Jones nnd Mr. Abrnm
Lewis, Jr., were, married Inst ovenlug
nt the homo of Mr, and Mrs. P. ';.
Junes. Dr. Klucnid olflcluted. Thu
honc moon is being spent nt "Miilu
lila," tho JoncB' country homo In Nun
Owing lo tho recent rains thoro Is
now but very llttlu danger of a water
nimluo Thcro nro now eight feel of
vvnlcr In Nutiiinu reservoir No, 1, live
feet In reservoir No. 2, and a llttlu
water lu No. 3, which was dry u week
or two ngo.
Thu Kiiuluwcl.i. Pnlninn, dm! Kuvvn-
liihuo Senior Clubs njood u good Hum
last ovenlug at Kauluwcln Hull, King
lug ami spec lies from both boys nnd
managers wcro abundant. Among the
sneakers was Darnanl Kolckollo. fam
ous its tho Hoy Orator; Hcv. 1). Turner,
.Mr nam, tiico Milliards.
Tho steamers Nllhnu, from Walmca,
Kauai, and tho Nocau, from Kallua,
nnd tho llcleno, from Kawalhac, ar
il veil this morning. Tho Nllhitu nnd
Nocau wcro empty with tho exception
that tho latter had n small lot of Ko
na cuttlo ou bouid. Thu Helena
brought over 12,000 bags of sugar
which Is being discharged at tho ltall
Perhaps you don't own n Kodak It
ou only knew how much fun you me
missing by not owning one, you would
n't hesitate n momi-nt before buying.
The looking for subjects nt which lo
ttiko aim. Is In Itself n splendid recrea
tion which takes your mind off tho
tares nnd worries of life ami nt thx
sanio time opens the book of nnluic,
human nnd otherwise, which may ha
been scaled to yuu beforo Honolulu
,.v,t iMikN.alJkmt. , 'iinr
glasses you want
made by us will
and guaranteed so,
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May A. C.
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE
Hawaiian Iron Fenco & Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDO., 176-180 KING ST. PHONE 237.
The following was received nt tho
Acting Governor' ullku from Fratu
San Francisco April ZG, 190(1.
To Atkinson, Honolulu.
'I ho following uio lepurtcd safe and
Oscar M)hre, 595 Cell street.
M, IL Mend, 12M) Mil Avenue.
A. McSiyliln, 15!3 t'ulon street
Violet Mi Swain, lien Ilruns, Wi'J I
0. V. Dcrgetrom, 13.! California
Mrs. C DiiiiHiuoor, Napa, Oil.
Mrs. (1 i:. i'nston, Glen Park.
C. J. Cooper 173G Union street. Ask
Irwin to arrange with mother for iM.
Dorothea llcltni.iu, -fM?, CnllforiilJ
lM i: Perkins, 2538 Post street.
II C KjMiui. 1227 Vill.ird
Mac (I Sih ii rr. 1251 O'Furrel street.
Notify thu Doric."
Mrs. It ti llcrgcr, 1615 I'lllmure
Mrs (leorgo Parts, 13tli Mrcct Oak
land K. W. 'lurker unci family, S18 Piigu
(Ico (loriulcy, I'. I.liidcmnn. 501 Colo
Mrs llhirk. 90S Dovlsadern
1. Demnngeon, 1729 Waller streil
M. W llaiktis, llaywanlH, care lind
en, Hubert Ash, 42 Ilureka street.
J. 1' Ciucliclt, of thu ship Curtis,
Miss lliillle Vocller, Fast 11th street
Oikl.mil Ask father to send money.
l'ted. Carter nnd family. Ited llluff.
Miu V V. belleik and family. Ho
I. lviiiKstou and family. 1910 Union
Ed. P Phillips. 2C03 Polk street.
Mary i: Slopcr, 'Jltil McAlllstcl
Mrs. II A Welts, 2211 Htclnrr street
Mao i: Walker, 3220 llrlggs stiect
Alameda Notify Ool.nhi to send ,lap
Itoscllc Mi-Lean, G57 llrolerlik strict
J S. Wood, Point Richmond
Mrs. N. I' Piter. Vnllejo,
Mrs, May Miles, 35 Ilynii street
Miss Plagcmiiun, 837 l-'lllmuic stieet
Miss II Kuarston. Ifi eighth iivcuiiu
Mario McWhlitcruud two children il
Lloyd Btiect. Wunts Wm. McWhlilir
to come homo.
Lily M Whltbcck, Fort Mason.
Dr. (I M .McDonald and family,
L. Kjfo 1175 Alleo street, Oakland.
Jack Crccdon, 528 Staujuu street.
Ml J. S Dutot, 1319 Uiovo street
W. J Itamsey and fumlly, 017 Foil
Illnn C Harvey, Nnpa.
Mis, Angus and daughters, nt Urldge-
P Miiiirleo Mc.Mahon, C Lloyd streut
The list mis sent to the Opera lloiiso
by Chief Clerk lluckland Inst nllllit,
and was read to tho uiidlciuc during
tho performance uf '"I ho Cullegj
llnron Carlo Solirero, a noblemnn of
Italy will nrrlvo lu Honolulu early next
month to bo tho gpnst ot honor of Prin
cess Thereto Wilcox Tho late Robert
Wllinx was a biother-ln-lnvv of th
On Saturday next tho Princess cele
brates the anniversary of her birth,
giving u luau lu royul stylo ut Wullupi
rtMi .Mxukua. .,
Few people have not read "The Ra
ven" and "The Bells", by Edgar Al
len Poe, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be
Poe's marvelous Imagination has
originated many splendid short stor
ies which have been the Inspiration of
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for Instance,
admits using Poe's "Dupln" as the
model for his "Sherlock Holmes."
If you want to get a glimpse of
Poe's great genius get a set of his
SET, beautifully bound. ..$10.
SET, moro elaborate ....$15.
8otd on easy payments.
Wm. G. Lyon Co.,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
111 hoi Tim
The Hawaiian band will given pub
lic conceit thU evcnliir nt 7 30 o'clock
ut I l.o Mo.iuu Hotel us follows.
March-"True llluo" Tclko
Uallad "Allee. Where Alt Thou" ..
Selection "Ilol.crtl in Ulrl" .... Ilalfe
PA 111' II.
Vocal Hawaiian Honj,s .Ar, by llerger
Mesd imef Naul Alnpal and Lcl Libun.
Selection F.inUmt" Hiibbcll
Wnltz "Morning I'nper" .... Strauss
IJuadrllle- "lion Jour" Zlkotf
"The Star Slinngled llanner."
It Is safe
LydiaE.Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
Do not consent to an operation which may mean death until after
you have given Lydla E. Plnkham3 Vegetable Compound a fair trial
Note what It did for Mrs. Paul Oliver, whose letter follows:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I was suffering from pains In my side and
a serious female trouble. The doctors said to get well I must have an
operation performed, but I would not consent to that,
I heard of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and sent for a
bottle ; the first dose did me good, and after taking the first bottle I could
sleep all right and I did not have those pains In my abdomen which I had
all tha time before. Now I can rldo ten miles In a carriage, my color has
returned, and I am full of life. I owe all this to the Vegetable Compound.
It has also done wonders for my thirteen-year-old daughter. I will
never cease to praise It and recommend It to my friends.
Mrs. Paul Oliver. St. Martinsville, La.
Thousands of women, residing In every part of the United
States, bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydla
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. It cure3 female Ills and creates
radiant, buoyant female health. For your own sake try It.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail
Much Accused Kekauoha
County Atlorncy Doulhltt has pre
pared mtlclcM of Impeuchmint against
Dcpi.ty .ShcrllT (Jco. K. Kekauoha of
Kekauohn has been served and now
a period of ten uujs must elapse be
foro he can bo brought to n bearing
beforo tho Supervisors Killing as u
board of Impeachment.
Koolan tltlrcns petitioned for Ko
kauolm'H removal from ofllie, alleging
Thu following Is contained In tho ni
tlili'H of Impeachment
That on tho iltli day of January
there was pending In Koolnuloa a
irlmlnnl proceeding in which Leon),
Wnh Keo was charged with having
nn rnstninped bottle of brnmly in his
possession. Wnh Keo had n llccnco
of tho fifth clais. Attorney Wndu War
ren Thayer was informed by tho Jailor
that the enso had been transferred to
Laic, Thot tho transfer was procured
by Kekauoha without tho knowledge
or eensent of Thu)cr, the attorney for
Lcnng Wall Keo.
Thayer demnnded thai Wnh Keo lia
arraigned upon the charge mada
against him, and that bo bo allowed
to (.eo and uxamlno the warrant of
arrest nnd charge against Wall Kei,
which Kekauoha refused,
Keknunha claimed tho right to con
flscato a shotgun.. He acted for thu
purposo of depriving Wnh Keo of hh
property and of securing for himself
Kekauoha nrrested certain Japanese)
for selling liquor without a license,
and thereafter proceeded to proscenia
them nnd vvns about to procure their
conviction, when Thnjur directed Ko
kauolm'H attention to tho session law I
of 1905, nnd to that eertnln Act where
in nnd whereby said Chapter 10,1 of
the Revised Laws of Hiivvnll, 1905,
nnd nil the provisions thereof, bad
been repealed. Kckniiotin pretended
to bo surprised al learning of such re
peal, nnd thereupon hail tho case
against said Japanese dismissed.
If It wuru not for tho Intervention
of Thayer, the Japanese would li.no
lieo'i convliled and sentenced for nn
offenso charged ;c have) been commit
ted contrary to n repealed law.
Kekauoha did attempt to procure to.
bo paid to him tho sum uf t230 by
Thousands of surgical operations are per-.
formed every year In our great city hospitals '''
upon women afflicted with serious female Q
troubles. Sometimes the operations are suc
cessful oftentimes they are
to say that certainly nine out
for female troubles might have been wholly avoided.
The most valuable tonic and re-bullder of tho female
medicine with a record of thousands of cases
from the operating table, Is
one Aklna, n Chinese, lo settle and
dismiss that enso wherein (ho Terri
tory vvn- plaintiff nnd Aklnn wni
charged with having sexual Inter
couibc wllli n female clillil under the
ago of It j ears.
That Kekauoha, on or about the 1st
day of April, at Kahuku, after making
tho nrrest of a Japanese. Kalsutarii,
for hnvlng murdered nnolhcr Japan
ese, Kawahl Igoio, and thereupon, nt
or nbout G o'clock n, m , did tako said
Kalsutarii to tho residence of said Ke
kauoha, nt Lnle. ami nfter hniidciimng
him, allowed him to remain upon tho
vernnda of tho bouse, unguarded, with
tho exception of n small boy nppni
cully under 16 years of ngo, Kcknti
oliii did not notify ShorlH llrown, of
tho County Attorney, or any other ofll
clal of tho nltegcd murder.
Sheriff Drown, aft or Inquiring as to
thn whereabouts of Kekauoha, and
learning Hint ho wns nt church, ills
patched Joo Leal to notify Kekauoha,
that the Sheriff, Arthur M. llrown.
vvns anxious to sec him nt once ntxf
secure all Information jjosslhle ion
coming alleged murder. Joo Leal,
proceeding In the nutoniobllo to tin
chut ill ns directed, found thcro Ko
knuohn, and Informed him of the ar
rival of Sheriff llrown, nnd of llrmvn'l
request, nnd vvns told by Kekauoha lu
return nnd tell llrown to "wnlt until
I got ready to tome." That, being tin
nhlo to get nny assistance, from Ko
kaitcha, Sheriff nrown took Kutsutaro
and proceeded to Kahuku. tho hcciio
of tl,o murder, and called a enroncr'o
Ileforo conveying Kntsulnro from
Kahuku to bis resldeneo nt Lnle, Ko
l.nitnha gnvo positive Instructions that
the body of Knvvnbt Igoro must not ho
removed or disturbed In nny way until
tho hour of S o'clock In tho morning
of Mnndny, tho next day. That said
body was lying In n close, hot room,
ndjnlnlng lo rooms whero women nnd
children weio living, nnd tho body. If
left until tho hour designated by said
(leorgo K. Kekauoha, would liavo been
badly decomposed, rendering nny au
topsy dllllf.tilt, nnd being nffenslvo to
tho occupants of tho niljolnlng rooms.
That throughout the whole of Sunday,
April 1st, Kohnuohti rendered no ns
slstauio or help In tho procuring or
hearing of the coroner's Inquest upon
tli" body of Knwubl Igoro; that ho
failed and neglected to plneo Kntsu
tnio In Jail or lu safe custody, that ho
neglected to cxnmlno Into thu facts of
the crime; that ho fnlted and neglect
Pil to make any senrih for tho weapon
with which tho wound v'iih nlleged tu
bnvo been Inflicted; that ho failed and
neglected to necuro or examine nn5
'Witnesses or otherwise to procuro nny
ovlclcneo of thu commission of the al
tcged crime, nnd throughout neglected
Ids duties nx deputy sheriff of tho dis
trict of Koolnuloa, nnd did then nnd
thern nnd thereby commit tho nffeuscl
1 of malfeasance and maladministration
I In olllic.
Weekly Bulletin SI uer year.
Thankful are Thev
Ii Who Escaoe The
of ten operations