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m MASONIC TEMPLE j ?
H V K E K L Y" C A 1. F. N D A R ! jQH '
bKI' I1 aBarOIBBk ry A
Ism Alt visiting members of the 1 xMMI i T 1 rH
BE. order ure curdlally Invited to at- pJggWft' I W
JBJBjfV II1UU UjeCIIUfiB UL !Ubl IUUEB-
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HI1 Miels evetr Monday evening at 7:80 SSSiSf5
K In I O. 0 lPVIan. Fort street. "hb
W i: II. HENDRY. Secretary. B H
g;. o iioiTi:iy, N. o. L0
K MYSTIC LODQC, No. 2, K. f F. '
Meets every Tuesday treeing at
7:30 o'clock in K. of I. Hall, KJnr
tiff I. Vlaltlntr brother cordially In-1
vlttd to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. C.C.
F. WALDHON, K.H.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. tf P.
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ber! of Mystic Lode, Np. 2, Wm. Mo
Klulcy Lodgo. No. 8, and Yltltlog
brothers cordially Invited.
A, D. BOND, C. C.
8. KENWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE 61, I. P. 0. E.
Honolalu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O. B.,
nlll meet In their ball, a Miller
and Ueretanla streeti, e?ry Friday
Dy order of the V. R.
HARRY H. 81MPBON,
IT. n. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.afP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:50 o'clock In K. of P. Han, King
a.rsL Visiting brother cordially In
1li to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOIISON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tbe !nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King atreL
Visiting Eaglei are Invited tr at'
DAM McKEACDE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE N. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meat awry aecond and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. O. C. F
Hall. Visiting brother! cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MDRPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Meets evorv aecond and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at Han AiKonlo
luuL visiting urotuers corainny iu
vl?l to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Pre.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
When your delivery
wagon Is made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It just as you want
It. We can give you an
7 QUEEN 8T. TEX- MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 193.
C, W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES fpr Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and reoalrr
executed at shortest notice.
W, R. PATTERSON j
Central Contractlnj and Jobbing
Housepalntlng, Poporhanglng, drain
ing, ralsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work, 8hop wth Whittle, the
klgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
trcels, PHONE MAIN 381
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AMD MA
TUniTY CO,, LTO,
Hil ial, MorlQu, l-oans and In
Ollltil Mclntyr MMu.. Honolulu, TIL
WO, MK W, PHONI' MAIM Ml
"- - iiiij -
Elastic Carbon Paint
to be unexcelled for roofing purposes
of every description. It makes a ro'of,
be It metal, canvas, wood, felt or
thlngle, Impervious to water; makes
i splendid appearance on metal roofs,
fills the seams and small holes mak
ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rust. We guar.
antee to patch any leak or hole from
the size of a pin-head to two feet
square. This may appear as an exag.
geratlon, but we are willing to dem
onstrate the truth of It by staking the
Equally serviceable for the follow
ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
and copings, steel bridges, ship's bot
toms, -farming Implements, sugar re
fineries, Iron and steel structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING 8T.
For Over 60 Years
forthi-lrCIIlLDUICN whllaf KKTH
lNI). with nerfer-t tncu. IT
63 hOOTIItS the CIIILT. 801TBNB 1
1 trie )UI9, ALLAYS sit psln, H
PI CURfiS WIND COLIC, and it tb? E
t3 witremeayiorjjiAitKiiuiA. ttoia
by urugKUts la every part oi mo
world, lis ura and silc for Mrs.
Wlnilaw" Bootbloc eyrnpand Ukt
no other kbJ. sVCcatt a Bottle.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CL01HE8 OLEANINQ
CO., Alakea Street.
Private Cottage "Johnson House,
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 4S7,
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J46 FORT STREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market, Try It,
HAYSCLDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNC1 BLDO,
OP TINE JCWELRY
HOW ON DHPLAY(
I'OIIT BTIIPUT. '
aii5iiLiimiB ia i
Sootlrfna Svrao m
upd far over sixty 3
MILLIONS of Mathara 3
Nothing la so much In the way In a
house as a musical Instrument which
no present member of the family
playc. And nothing Is easier to sill
or exchange, through a Bulletin want
ad. than a musical Instrument.
PAY YOUR TAXR8 AT ONCE.
Autos tor hire at Ter. Stablea. ,
Make up a tallyhu party for Wall-tie.
Uest eup ot coftea in tbe city.' MeM
Lilly's Poultry Food and prepara
tions nt C J. Day's.
The ship Tillle E. Starbuck Is load
Ing nt New York for Honolulu.
After roller skating go to tbe Cobweb
Cafe and liar for refreshments.
I'lins K Not ley Intends to mine to
bncco on liU llaniakun homestead.
Neatly futnlsbed rooms nt tbe Pop
ular. II, tl.GO and $2 per week. 1213
Fort Btreet, '
The C.-A H. H. Moana Is due to ar
rive tomorrow from Victoria nnd Van
couver Territorial Auditor Fisher left on t!.
Klnau for Kolinla and Hllo on odtrlal
A young man with references, who
can make himself UBCful, Is wanted by
Dlctz the Jeweler,
The schooner Jarne ftolph, 24 dayn
out from tlio Coast, arrived yesterday
nt Honolpu with cargo.
The Itapld Transit car service will
be resumed on Alakea street Thursday,
November IS. See New Today.
H. M. Doyd and wlfo were In Hilc
Inst wi'ek. They were on route to the
mainland to remain permanently. .
Residents of Koolaupoko are endeav
oring to gel the County to place mile
stones sign-posts In their district.
Panama, straw, Hawaiian, felt nnd
silk hats, cleaned and pressed nt the
Expert Hat Cleaner, op. Club Hlnblei. '
walklkl Inn la now-owned by W. C.
Bergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely Irst class.
Finest bathing on tbe beaob.
The T. K. K. 3. S. Hongkong Maru,
with mall from the Coast, Is due to ui
rive tomorrow morning.
When the weather Is hot "Arable"
will cool your Iron roof. When the
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rusL California Feed Co.. agents.
The Queen street skating rink Is
open every evening and Wednesday
and Saturday afternoons. Special mu
sic Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Prince and Princess Knwnnamtkou
and one of their children departed yes
terday for Mana to remain a few
Whitney & Marsh offer two Friday
specials this week. Whlto wash hugs
st 23c and white embroidered wash
belts at ISc.
I-aillen who uru making fancy work
for Central Union fair are requested
to send It to Mrs. F. J. Lowrcy by Fri
Principal Wood of the Normal School
UnteH that n lot ot loose earth on the
Bchool premises may be had by anyone
carting It away.
The C.-A. S. S. Mlowcra la due to ar
rive this afternoon from the Colonies.
Several passengers will leave here on
her for Vancouver.
Tho point at the old Klnau wharf Is
now being dredged off, so uh to allow
vessels leaving the new Kllaucu wharf
to ho swung up stream when bucking
Tim speclul sate at l. II. Kerr &Co.'s
Alakea street store Is to be continued
tor three days more. This would bo n
good time to get u pair of Walkover
Do not miss tho shirtwaist dance at
Progress Hall Saturday evening, Nov.
17th, to be given by tho Rapid Transit,
boys. TIcketH SO cents each; for sale
by all carmen.
Chas. A. Meson of Seattle will take
over tho management of the Health)
Brewing & Mailing Co.'s local Intelests
In the place of K. T. Herrick, who Is
going to lteno.
Col. and Mrs. laukea left yesterday
for Ilawull, where they will stay for
three weokH nt the Mugulre runch. Hu
keu Intends to study law us a prepara
tion to taking up the County Sheriff
ship. Nuw Hawaiian records for the Victor
Talking machine havu Just been re
ceived by Ilergsirom Music Co. There
Is a good selection lo chooso from but
you should tome early as they uro
greatly In demand.
The Seaside has plenty of surt
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoe
elc, which are at the disposal of Its
guests, Remember that the best bath
lug and the best silrf for board riding Is
directly in front of the Seaside.
Tho wife of U, II. Robertson, who
ut one, time was manager of the Maul
News, died recently in California. 'Ilia
husband was called to her bedside, hut
arrived too lutu. He Is said to have
disposed of his Interests here.
Frank I.. Brown, who Is to be, u pas
senger on tbe Korea for Japan, wnero
he will organize tho Sunday schools on
a uniform basis, will, during the maj
or Ills Ntuamur ut Honolulu, glvu a I jo"
lure In lliu Centiul Union church on
Sunday school work.
A small blaze, caused by soma rub
bish ditching lire and the Humes
pleading lo tho fence In the renr of
Mis, Cowles hoarding house on Punch
howl stieet, called out Hut lire depuit
ineiil yttslcidny afternoon aliuut 3;3U
, u'clock, tlit- alarm being turned in from
mix OS, Tim bluzii uii extlliKill.ilieil
Willi u garden hose,
Tim I'uulliy Assoclnllou ut u mt'illnu
llisl night llllllll)lii II rOliilllllliil In
an lull) ilfM iii tu t'-li nl'ovn the tmuis
mi liuiul hi in iter in iwny inil Dm hhi
li y vlurn', wlildi will h mi n ninth,
lumur miiIu limn )lm m mm Tim
ili'Milt'iil nf IN Hi" Jihhi'IIii Nullity
RVBNlNa BtTLlgTTN, ftoNOt.ULD. T H.. WEDNESDAY,
rlers are two eyeglaitec, one fitting
the noce correctly. the
other Incorrectly, There la no one
eyigtass that villi fit all noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It la pait of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON PENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOU NO BLDO., 176-180 KING STREET. PHONB 27.
ttwaii i i ii i i ii i i w-igriwBw i
The members of I.el Aloha Chapter
Order of the Eastern Star, are engag
ed this weel; principally In selling tick
i-ts for "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage
Patch," to be presented nt tho Opera
House Thursday and Saturday even
Ings, November 22 and 24. The stage
chearsals will bu held at tho Opera
House tomorrow und thereafter until
the Initial performance.
Owing to Die widespread celebrity of
"Mrs. Wlggs" In the literary world
the first night Is certain to bo a social
event. The fact also that Mrs. Rice,
the author, has visited Honolulu and
v.as for a short time tho guest of Mrs.
L. Tcnney Pc-cU, gives additional In
teres! to the dramatization.
Tho inembeis of tho Mask and Wig
Club aro working earnestly on tliu
play, and careful study has been mado
of eacli role.
Tlio box olllio plan is open on No
t ember lit.
Sun Francisco, Nov, 13. Secretary
Metculf favors tho Japnneso side of the
rchool controversy here und believe
Ilia Stute law, tinder which the local
Hoard of Kducntlon excluded Jnpniiee
pupils from one of the public schocln,
to bu unconstitutional.
11 M) PUD
St. Petersburg. November 13. It Is
said that tho uleged bomb-throwing at
Major Hhelnbot was part of a scheme
to keep hi in from being retired from
tiiw imm m
New York, Nov. 13. 1). M. Doliitati
of San Francisco will defend Hurry
Thaw, for u reported fee of $100,000
111 WANTS MBOR
Havana, Nov. 13. Cuban planters
are urging labor Immigration to batuilu
the largo sugar crop.
HAAKON QETS CARTER
London, Nov, 13. King Haakon of
Norway lias been Invested with the
order of the Carter.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do as wlso amokera are doing
ask for the
The manifold vlrtust of the Rough
fllder Clgsr will convlnct tin most
skeptical smoker after a thorough
(rial, that II Is mstehlMs for IU fla
vor and Is sweet smoke, Why no!
vlt Honolulu Ayinll.
gonHPH noTPi.Af.fr-fOHT r
NOV. 14. 1006.
Time To Order
Several customers have already or.
dtrtd GIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It'a a matter of forethought
that results In oresentlno what thv
want.lo give and the recipient getting
VfhaTho will appreciate. Delay meant
a hurried visit to torn store at the
last moment and the purchase of soma
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether It'a a single volume or a set
of books you with to present, we can
ahow you the stylet of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. BOOKS SOLD
TOR CASH t)R EA8Y PAYMENTS.
Wm. 0. Lyon Co,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TRBKT8
Blank bookt of all aorta, ledgeri
etc.. manufactured by tta HullaUn Pub.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Today some more expense accounts
were filed by candidates running for
olllce on tho Oahu County ticket.
It. W. Doane, who ran unsuccessful,
ly for Supervisor on the Home Rule
ticket. Is out $IG for bis whirl in poU
Itlcs. Ills expenses are Itemized as
Personal expenses us u candl-
dldatc nr, 00
Printing and advertising 9 00
Cost of stationery and postage.. 12 00
Total $4G 00
James Ulcknell'R re-election to the
ofltco of County Auditor cost him
$180.75. This Items of expense were:
Nomination fee $25 00
Personal expenses 71 00
Printing nnd advertising C9 7-
Kxpcnses ot public meetings.... 10 00
Salaries of watchers 1C 00
Total $180 75
Joseph J. Kern, who collared a Sup
crvlsorshlp, us u candidate on the Dem
ocratic ticket, putd out $07 in his cam
paign, us follows:
Nomination feo $25 00
Personal expenses IS 00
Printing and advertising 17 00
Total $57 00
J. McCllnchy, a water tender off the
S. S. Nevadau, was seriously wo'inded
Inst night In front of the Japanese the
ater on Aulu street about II o'clock,
by being slashed In the throat with a
knife. The weapon narrowly missed
the jugular vein. The man who uid the
cutting Is unknown. McCllnohy when
found was unable to tell anything i.boul
how he came to bu wounded.
It is known, however, that the man
hud been drinking, und tin support
lion is that he made tome remarke
displeasing to some of the Japanese
about the theater, und was assaulted,
He bad been In u saloon pear the place,
with some of his comrades, but had
wuudered oft by himself and was found
lying on tlio sidewalk In u pool of
.McClluchy's Injuries wero utteuded to
at tho Queen's hospital und later he
was luken ubourd his ship.
The Campaign Funds
are probably almost depleted. It'a
Just the opposite with ut our fall
stock of suitings art most complete,
There art tomt handsome patterns
among tlitm and the fall color tones
Belter comt In and look at thtm. If
you order, wt' guarantit lo lit,
W, W, Alwna & Co,,
(I Hltf eii
I'HQNK HI UK CHI. ft 0. Hsu HI,
Wants An Opportunity
To Get Even With
Frank Costa, who Whs fined by Judge
Whitney last Monday on being found
guilty of assault and battery, doesn't
think that he ought to be the only one
punished. He ants to get even, both
for the licking he received, and for the
Ignominy of being hauled Into court
and subjected to punishment. He
things he has been badly treated. So
he has had Eddie Splltner and Laelae
the men who administered the drub
bing, arrested on charges of assault and
bnttery, The matter will probably b?
ilred In Police Court tomorrow morn
Ing. The case against Alex, flarucr,
charged with having used a hatchet on
the head of a negro named Drady, wn:
postponed this morning until next Fri
day. Klmnra and Taurlshlmn, against
ach of wnom two charges of libel have
been placed, were not tried this morn
ing. The cases were continued to No
Manuel Morris. Nalhe Klliaha and
Chas. Knhapula all violated the law
by absorbing more booze, than tby
rotild carry comfortably and Judge
Whitney ihlt morning fined them the
usual threo dollars and costs.
Iwakl, the Japanese charged with at
tempt to commit grow cheat, whose
case has been dragging along for aev
eral weekswas found guilty this morn
Ing by Judge Whitney and sentenced
to pay a fine of $50, with costs amount
ing to $3.30.
Iwakl tried to collect money on a
fraudulent check which he drew in
ritvor of himself anil algned with the
name of Imoto. He presented It at a
clothing store on Illver street. The
fraud was detected, however, and pay
ment refused. When Iwakl was arrest
ed the check book was found In his
AT NBW YORK '
Castle ft Cooke this morning received
In' a cablegram from New York the
welcome newa that the schooner Klneo
had arrived at Delaware Breakwater
At It waa feared on account of the ex
treme length of the passage that she
had been lost, the news was of double
The Klneo left the Islands on April
27 with about 3800 tons of sugar ship
ped by Alexander & Baldwin and Draw
er & Co. She mado the trip around the
Horn 'In 202 days, a most unusual
length of time. Among the passengers
she carried was S. U. Harry, a carpen
ter from Watluku, whose wife Is a
teacher at the Walluku public school
Tbe cablo gave no explanation of the
cause of the long trip.
wise m turn
The position of 'clerk ot the House
of Representatives la already begin
nlng to attract some attention, al
though tbe Legislature does not meet
before next February. Among the
candidates montloued so far are John
Wlso and Nacaran Fernandez. Wise
who Is now on Hawaii, was clerk of
tho House for a glorious twelve days,
namely at the special session of 1904,
called to slash appropriations. Fer
nandez was In tho race for tho samo
position last year together with Wil
cox and Kalauokalanl, when tho latter
was successful. As Fernandez' two
opponents are now otherwise occupied,
he Is considered to have a good
chance. .Fernandez himself says that
he Is not putting himself forward. Ho
is "In the hands ot his friends," scv
eral of whom have asked him to make
(Contlnutd from Page '.)
for crushed ruck In a place whero rock
is as plentiful as It la about Hllo. Wo
pay two dollars here, and I regard that
as high. I think I should be able to
L'et the material In Hllo for tho same
irlco. If they can't deliver tho goods
lor less than three dollars. It shows
u wuutul lack of efficiency on the puit
of tho crushers. If tlioy can, then
lliuy urn trying to soak im, und I will
mil stand for It,
"Tim Territory wonts In tear down
lliu old wharf (in which nur light Is
now slluutvd, so I had Intended tu
hullil u monument light ut lliu font of
WuiniiutimiH mrini, Hut If limy uiu
I'iiIiik In liy In do uiu limy will Iiuvh
in Kt Mluiig wit hunt any llatlii. In
Hint rusu It w nut Im long until lliu
I'wni'is uihI inniMiuiiiltirs nf lm liu
HiiihliiK In Ihi'iM wl Muk, Mini iun
lllhl Wl)l lift)!) Ml lit) jWIIH'llllHK."
SAY HE BIT EAR
i Off A IISE
Taizo Hiroyama Will Be
Tried In Circuit Court
A case which Is unusual In the
courts of this Territory or anywhere
else, for that matter, will commence
tomorrow morning before Judge Und
sey when Taizo Hiroyama will be plac
ed on trial.
According to the Indictment, Taizo
"upon Yosaku Kato an assault did
make, and the right ear of htm, tbe
(aid Yosaku Kato, unlawfully, feloni
ously, wilfully and maliciously, and
without authority, Justification or ex
tenuation by law, and maliciously In
lending, the said Yosaku Kato, the
malm, disfigure and mutilate, did bite
and tear off."
The assault, which Is commonly
known as mayhem, was committed on
September 1 at F.wa and was the le
suit of Yosaku Kato's trying to stop
0 fight which was going on between
the defendant and another Japanese.
As usual, the peacemaker got the
worst of the transaction, as he emerg
ed from tho fray with only 1 1-2 ears
left. Fully three-fourths of his right
car Is gone and It Is doubtful If any
surgeon could have performed a neat
er Job, though the victim seems hard
The offence Is one of the most se
rious which can be committed In tbe
line ot assault and la punishable with
u prison sentence of ten years.
BY i ilNDSAY
When A. II. I.eong, charged with as
sault and battery, appeared for trial
before Judge Lindsay this morning he
r.urprlsed the prosecution by chunglng
his plea from guilty to not guilty.)
Judge Lindsay sentenced him Jiii pty
a fine of $5 and costs.
Leong, It was alleged, came home
one night and, not finding that tbe
meat for IiIb supper had been cooked
lo his liking, he proceeded to beat his
wife. He was arrested, and demanded
b Jury trial In the District Court. To
save the expense ot this the matter
was taken before tho Orand Jury and
an indictment found.
In sentencing Leong, Judge Llndsey
warned him that If he was ever
brought before him again In a similar
raso that hu would get the limit as
far as Imprisonment was concerned.
Ho stated that he remembered his
caso from the lower court and that
Leong had better keep away from hla
wlfo If she did not want him around.
From Kawalhae to Walmea by au
tomobile and thence through either
the Konas or Hamakua fo Hllo, will
show you tho finest sceneries ot the
For particulars write to
CAPT. BERQER SAYS
(Contlnutd from Pas 1.)
bring tho band back and that there la
something wrong somewhere. No one
seems to know where the wrong Is or
what Is tho matter but there Is a rum
or that tbe amount usked Is altogether
J. It. Gait stated to a Bulletin re
porter this afternoon that he was ready
In caso no one else made a move to
collect the money necessary to bring
the band back himself. He expected
to see something In this direction done
by the Chamber of Commerce at Its
meeting this afternoon.
(Contlnutd from Pagt 1)
which It Is probable that the band mat
ter will be brought up,
"We are now only waiting to find out
Just how much will be needed to bring
the bund hack," said R. I. Spalding thlt
morning. "Of course the flovernor has
heard from Cohen that $3000 was ueed
ed, but hu was not satlslled with that
figure, und rightly so. As soon as we
find nut just what amount Is really
needed I have no doubt but tba't the
money can bo easily und quickly raised
We're always ready lo examine
your tretli l-'Klii; and tmote
our price lor placing llicui in
gOOll (Ollllltloll, l-NCII f, y0U are
under no obligation lo employ in,
lint when you see our work uiu
li;iwp.ilulei,.yHd operate, you wll
plain iiuf leeili In nur lure,
l J llclrl 5,
I "MW u I i-
yjOi'llilii! Bifl I-
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