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BVBN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLPLC, T. H , MONDAY. NOV. 12, IMG
Honolulu Commandery Reqular
All visiting membors of tbe
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. 0. P.
Mtets evecr Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O bFHarl. Fort street,
P. ft II USURY. Secretary,
C 0 HOTTUU N. 0.
All visiting bro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. tf P.
Meti every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Kiiif
street. Vlsttln? lirotbcri cordially In
vltHd lu attend.
0. 1. WHITEHEAD. C.C.
F. WALDROS, K.R.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meota every Friday eventrg at
K. P. Hall, Klnc street, at 7:30. Mem
ber! of Mytlc Lodie, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and TlslUng
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. HOND. C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R1.
HONOLULU LODGE 611, . P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 618, B. P. 0. B.,
rill meet In their ball, -m Miller
snd Reretanta streets, every Friday
Ur order of tbe E. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Writ. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, King
a'.rMt. Visiting brothers cordially In
vito to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNE9
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
lclock In K. of P. Hall, King street
Visiting Eaglei are Invited tr at
- 0AM McKEAGDE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. ft. M.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
Vf. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. M3, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San AiKntito
IIoU. Vlsltlue brothers cordially lu
flW lo attend.
T. V. McTIQIIE, Prei.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Election Is Pay
Business men. Whether the results
are satisfactory or not, doesn't weak
en our argument that you ought to
keep your delivery wagon 'In first
class repair. You will gain store pres
tige by It and that begets more trade.
Furthermore, you should have the
wagon repaired here, as we'll do it
right and at the Right Price, too,
427 QUCEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINCRY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose, a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to J4B WORK, and reoalrr
executed at tfhVtest notice.
W. R. PATTER30N
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepnlntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
fclgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
atreets. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Offlcel Mnlntyre Dldg Honolulu, T.ll.
0, DOX 2d, PHONE MAIN 141
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J'J- Japanese and Chi. '
Amu mattings Just a
' I ' Glance critically at T
yours and see If you
Tr don't need a change. t i
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N LEWEHS5 COOKE. M
1 177 S KINO ST. C
For Over 60 Years
IMn. with nnrfprt inrr,M. IT
3 bOOTIIUS tio ClIItT), 60PTBN8
g tho (1UMR,ALLAY3 all pats,
3 CURES lkt COMC. r. J U tho
by DruicUti la every part of the
vorltL lid sure ami aik far lira.
K NViailow'a Bootbfni Sjrrapand take
w. nu UHJW AU.U. vuui WIUW
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT 8TREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINS.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED POR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
1 MANUFACTURING JEWELER,
! The Wmlily lMltlnn of thu ICronlnn
inulltlln vivos n oomph In muniuarv of
I (be news of thu day, For il I ysar,
You may disarm a difficulty In a ma
jority of Instances by timely Bulletin
Autos for blre at Ter. Stables.
Make up a tallyho party for Wallele.
Best tup of coffee In ttie city. New
Lilly's Poultry Food and prepara
tions at 0. J Day's
After roller skating go lo the Cobweb
Cafe and Rar for refreshments. I
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F, j
I meet tonight at 7:30 In t.O. O. F. Hall. I
Telephone White fil for the Kwong
Slug laundry. Their work h guarnti.
Neatly fuuilsbed rooms at tbe Pop
For't .?rUU0 "UJ U " "' V' " '""" 'e "est and latest.
Election Is ocr but the Expert Hat To know the ktyle best suited for
Cleaner, opposite Club Stables, Is still caer( particular noso and how to
ixprrtly rleaulng hats,
Rev J. A Ruth took thirty bos ol
the l'alauia Settlement to Pearl Clt
peninsula for mi outing veslerday
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You a III be surprised at Its cooling and
preservative properties. California
feed Co , ugenla.
lu order to accommodate taxpeeis
the tax office will be open from 8 a. m
i to 8 330 p in. until nfter Novembci
, Pay your taxes now before the sec
lend payment of the Property and In
come Taxeo become delinquent, on
November 15th next.
A Japuniso woman desires a situa
tion as nurse ur light housework. Ap
ply for particulars to Sato and Ozawn
River near Hotel street.
Walklkl Inn is now owned by W, C.
Uergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
The American tnnk steamer Canton
In. of 2535 tons register, now at New
York, has been purchased by It. Llebcs
& Company, of San I-'ranclsco.
Tlio Queen street skating rink Is
open every evening and Wednesday
and Saturday afternoons. Special mu
sic Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
The Promotion Committee, will next
April have to move from lis present
qtiarteis, us thu bar mid billiard service
of thu Young hotel Is to be Installed
Do not miss the shirtwaist dance at
Progress Hall Saturday evening, Nov.
17th, to bo given by the Rapid Transit
bojs. Tickets GO cents each; for sula
by all carmen.
The United States training ship In
trepid, which has been under construc
tion at the Muru Island (Cnl.) Navy
Yard for u ear or more, was (.oniplel
td on October 'it.
Road workers are emploed on the
extension of Mailu street, College Hills,
which Is ultimately to connect with
Mollllll, It Is also planntd to extend
Mctcalf street to connect with Parker
nvenue In College Hills.
Hrad IJookceper Harry C. Ovenden
of the Kacleku Sugar Co. died ul his
Inline nl liana November 7, from heart
failure, after having been under
midlcal treatment for a short time. He
hud been lu the Islands 23 )cnrs.
Miss Ada Henry of Sdney, N. 8. W.
the delegate from that city to thu re
cent Y. W. C. T. U. convention lu Ilos
ton, Mass. arrived In the Alameda en
route to the Colonies and Is visiting nt
Mrs. T. J. King's on l'llkol street.
Miss (Irace Hortense Tower, who
anno down from Pasadena, Cal villi
Hid editorial party und has renminbi
here with the llulletln, will return to
her houiu on the Alameda. She will
resume her position with thu Pnsailenii
A cablegram has been reielved from
Denver stating that Rev. Dr. Sylvest
er's Illness was not serious, and that
ho would leavo San Franclsio on No
vember 20 for Honolulu In the Korea.
The University of Denver Is 'reported
to liuvo given him the degreo of Doctor
W. J. Ilrjdy, who for a long time has
been second steward of the Alameda,
bus received his promotion lo II rt
steward and Is making his first trip
here lu that capacity. Mr. Hackctt
formerly chief stewurd of the steam-i-hlp,
has been transferred lo the Sierra
lu thu sumu capacity.
Contractor i:. J. Lord esterdiiy In
spected Kallhl Hay und vicinity In the
launch llrotheis for thu purpoxe ol
locating uu outrull opening for u new
sewer to bu constructed lu thu vicinity
of thu Kamehumehu schools. Ihupicil Pensaeola, Nov, 10, Twelve Indict
posed outlet Is to bu In deep water at, "'"its have- been found for peonage.
thu mouth of thu buy.
Professor W. D. Alexander will neei
his connection with the United Stnti-s
Ueodctlu Survey about thu first of tmt
April that ho limy have more time o
work on his new- history of the Hawaii
un Islands. He will make use of tl.o
many old documents which have It
tently been unearthed by Archivist I.y
investigations relating to the bee-,, """ l yBU wanl I0 M w'"' " J""1
keeping Industry of lluwull undertaken I d0' do " wl,e smokers are doing
by the United Htutes Ilxperlment 8tn-l"k 'or the
Hon have given results of direct Inter-!
est to bee keepeis, A meeting of u) I D '"Vf TV1 T T 'DTrYE'D
keepers lo discuss these results and XVVLJvjrn, JLL JUtiX
such other questions us may bo pie-
kenteil will be held on Thurscluy, No- 5c CIGAR
lumber 15, 1900, nt 2 p. m nt the nfiicei
of thu station, bend of Pensatoltt stiect I The man"ld virtues of the Rough
i- i t..i,,v fraioM ..in-i, f .., ! Bltler clBr will convince the most
IHlPiimshlp Animlca Muru, which ur
, rived jestenlay from Yokohtiiuu Iiiik
li'celved rahl'i orclcrB from Sun I'lnu-
cIsco to wait hern fur thu Hongkong
1 .vitiru ami Hiuiu to tlio tlileiit ns
I fielglit clerk on that val The lloiig
I kcing Mm ii sillied from Hun rrnniUcci
'mi thu Ulli wlihoul it freight (lrl(. Mr
liowiuiiu imvuik-, it is iiiiuiiisiisni iiiih;
UIIU kxrtHV, (.1 M'M.l UIUMIiiriiy.
Here are two (eyeglasses, one fitting
the nose correctly, the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
I eyeglass that will fit all noses, but
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD.
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG- 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 2S7.
Naples, Nov. 10. Heavy detonation?
In the rrnter of Mount Vesuvius hato'
iiccn rolioneil by parthitiake sbocks.
Washington, Nov. 10. Immigration
Commissioner Sargent leaves on Tik-s-,
day for Honolulu to supervise thu land
ing of Portuguva Inimlginuts thtie
Ho will go by dlreitlon of I'risliK-nt
Roosevelt, who Is greatly Interested Ini
the I'ortiigueso experiment,
Uhliago. Nov.'lo. J. J. Hill, presi
dent of the- Northern Patlfle sjstem
ninde mi ail'lrrJH before the Merchants
Club Inst evening In which hu uihocat
eil free trndn with Canada
Ilerlln. November 10. Fifth thousand
Polish children huvu refused to enter
Herman srhciols hut thu authorities will
l'cnt U'uvcnworth. Kas., Nov. 10
Secretary Taft Is Inspecting the mil
itary post here
sraiwps n. (.
San Piniiclsco, Nov. 10. Football!
.Stanford li, llerkeley 3; Minnesota 4
i:i Pnso. Nov. 10. Thcro Is tellable
authority for the statement that the
Itoc-k Island system has purchased thu
Mexican Cent nil rullioud.
mm Fi IWE
Now York. Nov. 10. Wm. H. Hearst
leaves for California on Mouilit) to te
cupeiato. BULLETIN ADS. PAY
eptlcal omoker after a thorough
l"lal, that it It matchless for Its fla-
vf "" l a sweet smoke, Why not
c.i. i.n.lulu ansnls.
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT BTS.
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Time To Order
Several customers have already or
dered GIFT BOOKS for Christmas da
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that results In presenting what thsy
want to give and the recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay mtana
a hurried visit to oome store at the
last moment and the purchase of som
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether It s a tingle volume or a tet
of books you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. BOOKS 80LD
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Wm. G. Lyon Co,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Dlenk. books of all aorta, Udiqri
etc, manufactured by the Bullalta Pub.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
llakcrsncld. Cnl., Nov. II. General
Shnfter Is il)lne,
St Petersburg. Nov. 11. The sol
dlers have been forbidden to partic
ipate lu politics.
Topekn. Kas, Nov. 11. Tho Republi
can have elected the Governor by 2000
Rome, November 11. No fears arc
entertained at tho Vatican of u ruptuie
Ilrussels, Nov. 11. King Leopold I
suffering from lumbago.
Ciipelowtt, November 11. Boor ruld
eis are intimidating the farmers.
IVoiu Knvvalhan to Wnlmea by ait
tomobllo and them u through either
thu Konas or Hamakua to Illlo, will
show you thu Ilnest sceneries of tho
Tor particulars writo to
rranklln "Those people struck
while the Iron was hot all right." Penn
"What people?" Franklin "The
hands employed In Washem's laundry."
The Campaign Funds
are probably almost depleted. It's
Just the opposite with. us our fall
stock of suitings are most complete.
There are some handsome patterns
among them and the fall color tones
Better come In and look at them. II
you order, we'll guarantee to fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 986.
We're alwavs reaclv to exaniliia
our teeth VRl-A: and quote
our price (or placing the ill lu
good condition, Kven then vou aru
under mi obligation to employ in.
Hut when vou see our work ami
how .iIille.ly.iuoer.ile,vnii will
pi ico) our teeth In our care,
l I liuctisriv, ii it s
ai 5 Hotel 8,
Sec'y Taft Interviewed,
NEW YORK TRIBUNE PUTS
THE QUESTION RIRECT
AND GET8 A DIRECT ANSWER
WHICH IS DECIDEDLY REAS
SURING FROM AMERICAN
Cleveland, O, Oct. 27. A special
dispatch to the New York Tribune
Cuban Independence Is to be per
petuated and tho Cuban government
restored Just so soon as the Islanders
come to a sensible view of the situa
tion, according (o Secretary Taft, who
talked at length this afternoon on the
plans of the United States for Cuba's
"It Is not to be expected," ho said,
"that quietude will be restored Im
mediately In the Island where Insur
rection developed In five or six prov
inces, but It will come In good lime.
Then when the elections have been
held and new officers elected, both In
thu national and provincial govern
ments, the troops will be withdrawn.
"United States troops arc now scat
teerd In battalions all over the Island,
and their presence has had the effect
of Instantly discouraging a continua
tion of the Insurgent activity. Pi ac
tually all of the Insurgents have dis
banded and returned to their homes.
Gradually peace Is being restored. Thu
troops will be maintained Indefinitely.
"Thero aro still a few Insurgent
bands roaming about theso sections
where tho hotbed of Insurrection de
veloped. These aro mainly banditti
who Joined the Insurgents, following
thu outbreak simply because they
wero already In arms against tho gov
ernment, Tho work of breaking up
these bands has been placed In tho
hands of tho native rural guards.
"These guards number something
like five thousand now. When thu
outbreak rame there were three thou
sand of them, but they wero scattered
oil about the Island In detachments
of from twetity-flvo to fifty. In con
sequence, they were of little forco In
opposing thu advance of the revolu
tionary spirit and movement. Now,
however, they will be sufficient to
wipe out the banditti.
"Already the- conservative clement
Is accepting the conditions as all for
tho best. I do not npprehend that
there will be any continued opposition
to tho working out of the plan of tho
United States Government. The bet
ter Informed of the Cubans appreciate
what Is wanted and 'desired by this
"It Is scarcely to bu expected that
order and serenity will bu effectually
restored In a month or several
months. Tho volatile temperament of
the people precludes this. Yet every
Indication polnta to their speedily
coming to a realisation that our Inter
ference was ull fur tho best and kind
"When pacification Is Anally com
plete thero will be elections held for
the entire Island. Onu of thu sources
of difficulty In tho past hag been tho
utter absence of any municipal gov
ernments. Tho constitution provided
for these, but the provision was con
"Doubtless OOvernor Magoon will
take this feature In hand and compel
the establishment of municipal gov
ernments as well as the perpetuation
of the provincial governments. The
laxness of the governmental system
permitted this" revolutionary spirit to
grow unchecked. Preparation will bo
made against Its repetition.
"Heretofore the old Spanish plan of
municipal government has been fol
lowed. There has been the alcalde
In every village, and the alcalde has
been supreme. Under tho new plan
every Cuban city will have a govern
ment after the American form. Then
It will bo possible to keep the people
under close rein.
"The national and provincial elec
tions will be held, probably, under
the direction of the Americans. It
will be necessary In order that tho
best interests of the Island be safe
guarded. It Is altogether too early to
conjecture relative to probablo lead
ers, Before any elections aro at
tempted though the restoration of or
der and peaceful conditions will have
been made complete.
"There la no possibility of annexa
tion. The government simply Inter.
vensd that conditions might not arise
tjiat would endanger permanently the
possibility of the continuance of Cu
ban Independence. Just as soon aa
there Is assurance that the Cubans
I are restored to that tranquillity that
insures capablt self-governmtnt the
I United States will step aside and bid
I the Cubans godspeed."
Tell the man that you nr broke und
he will stop patting ) on mi the back,
lliihhy "Talk Is ilump, my dear"
Wlfey "1,1,100111 Wlmt kind?" Huh.
h "lluittiilii-uiiiiiler nilk,"
Doctors, lawyers, ministers, bank
ers, merchants, business men every
where, all rely upon
Ayer's Chsrry Pec
thsy have a cou(h
or cold. Thsy
keep It on band, at:
thslr horns, at tbtlr1
place of buslnsss.
Thsy carry it with
them whan they
travel. Thsy say tbsrs It Both log to
bad for a cough as coughing, and
there Is nothing so good for a
It Is the best remedy In ths world
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough, Influenza, and all throat and
Thers are many subitltnUs and
Imitations. Beware of them, and of
so-called "Gsnulne Cherry Pectoral."
B aura you get AYER'S Cbsrry
Put up In large and small bottles.
tttfnt I Dr. i.C. Aj a C , Uveal, Mju.. U.S.
MAUI LODGE ENTERTAINED
IN MOST ELABORATE SIYLE
GENERAL 80CIAL FUNCTION TO
CELEBRATE OPENING OF THE
NEW TEMPLE AT KA-
(Special la TSt Bullitt)
Walluku, Maul. Nov. 10 The new
Masonic temple for Lodge Maul No
984 A. P. & A. M under the Orand
Lodgo of Scotland, nt Kahulul, has been
completed, and It Is not only the larg
est structure on Maul but It is alsn
tho most beautiful, and the most art
istic. Mr. Dowdlo of Kaupakulua
school was the architect and Mr. Moody
the contractor. The building, which Is
of wood, cost In the neighborhood of
10,000. In the upper story Is the ban
quet hall and the lodge rooms. They
are artistically worked In natural fin
ish. On the first floor nre commodious
offices for the Kahulul Railroad Com
pany and the Ilaldwln National Rank
the one that will rival the First Na
tional Rank of Wutluku. C. D. Lindsay
will be cashier of the Kahulul bank
and his appointment to said office Is
sufficient guarantee that the bank
would be a success.
Tho Master, Wardens, and members
of Lodge Maul gave a Masonic dance at
Kahulul last Thursday evening, Nov,
nth, which was attended by nearly five
hundred people. Among them were
sugar barons, merchant princes, mem
bers of legislature and officers of Maui
County, and a large number of ladles
the swellest that Maul County can
bring forth on such uu august occa
sion. There were freo trains front Pala, Kl
liel, and Walluku carrying guests to
the Masonic hull. A grand reception
to the Master and Wardens was given
In the lodge rooms soon after 8 o'clock
and lasted uutll 9 p. in., when the
guests repnlred to the new Kahulut
Railroad Co.'s warehouse on the op
posite sldo of the street. This Is n
beautiful building 100x43 feet and tbe
guestn were most comfortably seated
within Its stately walls.
Music for the dance was furnished by
the Puunene orchestra, composed of
six stringed Instruments, and the play
ing was of such quality that It Is now
conceded to be not necessary to Import
talent from Honolulu. While there may
be better musicluus on Mnui for dances
the Puunene bojs can tako the palm
for their gentlemanly behavior and
kindly demeanor, that will make their
services In great demand. The dance
commenced shortly after V o'clock with
tho grand march and lancers. There
were nearly one hundred couples In
tho maich. The ladles looked most
charming In their beautiful gowns, and
thero wus but onu who shone above all
the rest hut It would not be safe to
mention her uame for other Judges
may differ In their selection. Refresh
ments were served In the banquet hall
at the Masonic temple. K. A. Mayflelcl
of Maul Hotel was caterer of the even
ing and he attended to his duties with
such satisfaction to all concerned.
The dance was kept up until after 1
o'clock, but the first train for Walluku
left nt midnight. This train got oft
the track near tho old depot, but for
tunately no one was hurt. The occu
pants were obliged, however, to wade
In the mud on the pltchdark ulght In
making their way to Walluku. The
last of the Wallukuuiis to leave thu
dancing hall arrived hure lu u stage
a bout 3:30 a in. but notwlthstuuiliiig
thu lateness of thu lion,, their minds
still llngeicd on thu huppy iiiomeiitH
spent uu tho tloor a fuw hours before.
It takes two to iiiuIch u bargain and
half a iloieii lawyers In muku It Mud
lug Hoiiltt of Urn piivt'il streets tire thu
iHlilis kind of routes,
i r 'IJhsaft