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-, All visiting member o( tb fzh3lltiMl f 1 rh
order ore cordially luvited to at- "itf . lAn Wl! 1 S
ten.) meetings of local Iodic. u?SSSr C5
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HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. 0. F.
Mtfta new Monday trenlnj at 7:S0
Hall, tort atreet.
C. t) IIOTTKU N. U
All vlaltlaac bru'bera very cordially
MYSTIC LODQC, No. 2, K. f P.
Itrert. Vliltlnr brotben cordially In-1
Uf(J lo attend. i
t. WALDRON, K.n.8.
OAHU LUDQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meeta every Friday erenlrg at
K. I'. Hall, Klnc s'-rt, at 7:30. Mem
bera of Mytltc Lode, No. 2, Wm, Mc
Klnley Lodsc, No. 8, and Tlaltlnc
trutterii cordially Invlt.d.
A. D. UO.ND, C. 0.
l. B. KENWAT, KJLI.
HONOLULU LODOE 111, . P. O, I.
I, In I O. O tTHan. Kort itreet. 2L?-mmM MH
t' E. ft IlllNUHY Bocr.tury. ' Tl
Honolulu Lodg. No. . D. P. O.H,,f,d "?n '"' '"B". hlp b
lll meet In their ball, .m Miller I ""; "";ml"a Implementa, .ugar re-
and Uaretanla aUeeU, ttary Friday
Sy order of the V. R.
UARRY II. SIMPSON,
H. B. MURIUT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. , K.af P.
Keeta every Saturday evening at
f:tO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
ttrML Vlaltlng brother cordially In-rt-1
H. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.U.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
'Meet on the 2nd and 4th WEDN128
OAY evenlniM of each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. of P. Hall, King teeL
Vlaltlng Kagle are Invited t- at
BAM McKEAOOK. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet Try aecond and fourth
miDAT of each month In I. 0. 0. F.
Vlaltlng brother cordially Invited to
W. V. DRAKE. Saehem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No, 963, Y. M. I.
Meeta every aeeond and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Atkonlo
HfJL Vlaltlng brother cordially in-
vim to attend.
K 'McTiaHE. Pre.
V. TODD, Seey.
When your delivery
wagon la made to Ml the
exact needa 'of your bual-
neta, you have "convey-
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It Jutt at you want
It. We can give you an
Hawaiian Carriage ,
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47. 1
P. 0. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIOLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS '
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA- i
CHINERY of every capacity and, de
scription made to order. Boiler work I
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purpoaee apeolalty. Particular alien-1
inn mM ta AOR WORK, and reoalrr '
executed at arfortett notice.
W. R. PATTBR80N I
General Contractlnj and Jobbing,
Houaepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalaomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
tone, Work, Shop with Whittle, the I
elgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
atreat. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA ,
TURITY CO., LTD, i
Real tUUt, Mortgage, Loam and In
Office I Mohityr Pldrj., Honolulu, T,H,
1 jj 0, 0j , PHONf MAIN 141.
jajJiULLETIN AW8, PAY
Elastic Carbon Paint
to be unexcelled for roofing purpoata
of every deacrlptlon It makea a roof,
thlngle.. Impervloua to water; makea
I. i ii-j . ....
r suiciiuiu uppcarancc gn mciai rooil.
filla the teams and amall holea mak
Ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of ruat We guar
antee to patch any -leak or hole from
the alze of a pin-head to two feet
aquare. Thla may appear aa an exag
geration, but we are willing to dem
onatrate the truth of It by ataklng the
Equally aervlceable for the follow
ing purpoiea: Iron fencea, guttera
nnenea, iron ana a.eei ..ruexurea.
MMCIIlt, HUM (illU ItCCI ttlUdlUICIt
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO 8T.
and comfortably cool, are White Lin
en Duck Sulfa
Not only thla- but the Quality, We
Furnlth You la DURABLE and there,
Every talent of our experienced
workmen Is exercised to give you what
we guarantee A PERFECT FIT.
W. W. Ahana & Ce.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. ?. O. Box 986.
For Over 60 Years
hut teen tiMd for over mxtV
YKAKb or iu.l,iunb or iiomen
MOOTHUS the CIlir.D, SOFTENS!
UU.M3. AIbAIS All
i Ea cures Wind colic, tnd U ttio
f3 bcstrcraedyforDIARKIIUIA. Sola
F5 by DrugKl.ts la every pan of Uo
world, lie sure end ask for Mrs.
Wln&tow'jft Bootliloff Bympantl take
no other kind. Ccsu a MRU.
Try Dr. McLean'
I GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
i for Oily Hair. For sale by
iiyirs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per S, S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANINQ
CO., Alakea Street.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 467.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J16 FORT STREET.
The best amoke told In
tin market, Try II
IIAY8GLDEM TOBACCO COMPANY.
ALGXAHPCM YQUNO Ut.DO,
A .fA . t.A n T 2t4VI I
Mil., up a tallrho (⁢ (or Vi'aiUlc
flip Siberia I; ilup from the Orient
i n.i Monday
John M m- nrtivrJ on the Kinau
Ueel up ol lOH.t In Ue city. New
Mm William McKay anlvo.l on llie
Kin in thl t morning
Atl.rrullerHkatlllgolutlleCobtt.b;c)",," '"" "'" " a" "" uul
i air ami II J i- lor rfiimnmi-nis
It C KfiiiiPily ntnl C C. Konncdy
(iitnu lii on th KIikiii thin iiinriiliiK
Nally fututtbed room at the Pop
ular. $1, $1X0 and U per week. 12)3
lolin Wntt of the Olnn Sugar Com
pany, nfrixcil un tlm Kltinu this morn
IllK Mm, J T. Molr ncioinpanlpil Mr, Moir
tn Hit- ilty today un I lie Klnnii from
The following Hiignr In li'portod tin
llmvnll: lliilialnn, H7; I'liiialini, I.'.O,
llie Slcrru siilk'il trinn Hun Fran
cl'co cm Tliiirmlny. Hlic Is duo to ar
.lolin A Hiolt, of tlii llllo Siu'iii
Coiiiimiiy, Ik in town to nttcml tlic
The sU'iiincr Nik'uii nrrlvcd early
IIiIm nioriiltiK Horn I In wall with thlrt)
two head of cattle.
Jnnies fllbb. nianiiL'cr of thu l'liaiihuii
I Sugar Compmiy, nrrUeil In the city tlih"
I innrnliiK on the Klliau.
Jnreil II Smith, henil of the Foilvrul
i experiment i-latloii, returned to the ilt
, on the Klnnii thin morning.
Jn. r, Morgan Is nmertlnliiK In to.
day" laaiic, page 8. u number of very
choke bargains In furniture.
Special car i-ervlce will he glten
those remaining at the cnrmen'K dame
later than the regular inrs.
Albert Horner, manager of TTiu Ku
kalau Plantation Company, came up
Irom Kiiknlnu on the Klnau tolay.
Coat our Iron roof with "Arabic."
I You will be surprised at It cooling and
1 preservative properties. California
, I'ced Co , ngeutK.
William l'ullar of the Ilonomii Sugar
Corrt)mny arrUed on the Klnuii to at
tend the sugar men's meeting Tues
day Shirt waists and skirts will ha placed
on sale at Sachs' Monday, the regular
prices uru cut utmost In half. See nil
on pago G,
Walkiki Inn i now owned by W. C.
Uergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely irst class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
John Hind, of thu Hnv.1 Mill and
Plantation Company, was u passenger
on the Klnnii this morning, turning up
W II. Campbell of the Hawaii Mill
Company came up from llllo today for)
the sugar planters meeting, which he
Thomas S. Kuy, manager of the Hu
la wa I'lunlntlon Company, arrived from
Kohala this morning to attend the sug
ar men's meeting
W. (I. Walker, manager of the Ookala
Sugar Company, came in on the Klnau
this morning to attend the plunteis
meeting next week,
I C. C Kennedy, of the Wulme.i Mill
company, nrrhed ou the Klnau this
morning to attend the annual mcetlm;
' of the planter's association.
D. Forbes, of the I'nclllc Sugar Mill
Kukulhaele, was a passenger on the
Klnau this morning. He comes to at
tend the sugar men's meeting Tuesday
The C.-A. S. S. Moanu Is due to ur
rive from VnnrOuter und Victoria thh
afternoon. Secretary Wood of tlio Pro -
monon tummmee is reiiirning nume
, on her from hi trip to the Cojst.
A meeting of the Hill Kaalnimunu
end the Aloha Alna Society will bui
held at Kawalalmo Church Monday,
Noember 19th, sisters of Hawaii I'u
nol are cordially Invited to attend.
The Seaside has plenty of surt
hoards, surf canoes, Canadian cunoes
etc., which aio at the disposal of Its
guests. Hcineinber that the best bath
Ing and the best surf for board riding is
directly in front of the Seaside.
The Catholic Church of St. John the
Baptist, Kallhl-waeiia, In charge of
HeV. Father Clement. Toinonow, No
vember 18, XXlVth Bundny ufter Pente-1
cost, 8:30 n. ni., high mass, sermon,
collection, Sunday school, 4 p. in.,
The Inventory of tho estate of the
late Harriet F. Coan has been filed in
the llllo Circuit Court by Carl V. Smith
and shows that the deceased left an es
tate valued at $17,973.07, nearly all pa
soniil property, and a large part of rt
cash In hank. There weio nlso iiumei-
1 he Daughters of the American ltcv -
oliillun will meet with Mrs. W. W
Hall, 1708 Niiuanu Avenue, on Tl.urs-
lay, November 22. lit 3 o'clock. A full
utlendaiieo Is requested. Any visiting
Daughters, and any Interested are ioi -
A sale of gmeruuieni lands set aside
i ,n . , i i,v wlih.,iL...in vil.
Hums ul Huuultua last Wednesday. Lot b,""iCir "!"' """" ,l",",,," """' "'
' III was sold to i:minu Notluy for $l.'5u"'" l,)l" ''''u'
I with an cxtm $l?ou for liiipiou'ineiits . ni.-.MpAT! ,D UKUr,x, iu.
Lot IB. Ahualou, was sold to IJ. N LJv 'E5? MAN8.HNDY lit
,,,,,,,,,' ,... -.,, E' Publlihcd In tht Saturday Bulla-
Hid in or $ 731 tin and the Weekly Edition, glvea a
Clirlstlun Churcli, miner Alaliea nuiCencie ana comoltr reiume of all I
King Mreets Juiilui C. II, 'J a m ge notices, calls for tender, Judg
Senior (' II , tliSO p in,, lllblu siliuol inenti, building permits and real ca
ll IJ it in , pleaching II ii. in. mill 7 no lata transactions, Evtnlnrj Bulletin,
P m Morning subject Value m 75d Pr month, Waskly Bulletin,
'Iriiiptnlloii lltulllHK' 'I lm Hllio (iin Ml par year.
iNimorthuClilltlluil llellulnii V(n . w p,ZT ., . ,
..ordhiily invltiul id miy iii.I ll IDJ iK,6 ,0"?' hi IBvinlna
H I). K.mi.. past,,.
T. H.. SATURDAY.
: jf0&r r&
V l5 I A . Jrlrjf CV "
H.re arr two eycqlacc.c, on fitllnc)
the note correctly-lhe
Bher ncorretty. There Is no one
our atock Includee the beat and latett.
To know the atyle beat aulted fur
tach particular noae and how to
adjust It It part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
B08TON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May &. Co.
"vX irvvtJrWtaiiiaw a ITJJUUlsUeBeWewljVBCTSfllgeMSI
MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A. MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 2t7.
U. 8. Weathes, Bureau,
Temperatures C u in., 7.1; K a. in ,
79; 10 u. m , 82, noon, 82; mornlin;
llarumeter, 8 u. m.. 30 02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 7.20'J grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
G8 per cent; duw point, 8 a. m C7.
Wind C ii. m., velocity 1, illrectloi:
i:,'; 8 n. m clocity 2, direction i: ;
10 a. m., velocity 7, direction S.; noon,
eloclty 8, direction 8. W.
lialnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
in., .07 Inch.
Total wind- movement during 24
hours enda! at noon, 171 miles.
Section Director. United State
HEARST SPENT 256,0O0.
New York, Nov ID. Wm. It. Hearst's
statement of his campaign expensie
shows that hu disbursed $250,0110
New York, Nov 10 Slgnor Caiiiso,
the famous Italian tenor, has been ur
tested for Insulting a woman. Ilu wan
lele.'iseil ou ball
PERSHING FOR VISAYA8
Washington, November 10. Urlga
iller (leneral Pershing has bceu ap
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incut uf the Visa) as.
CROWN PRINCE IN8ANE
1 Veinin. Nov IK.-Thcro Is an uncoil
, rlim()r ., lul . Clmn
,,, ,,. of srva , nsMU0
CUBA STILL RESTLE8S
Ilawina. Nov 1, -Feeling hetwein
llie Modeiules ami Liberals Is glow In?
Uniilou, Nov 0 A strike of 10,000
CI) do holleriuakiis has ended In de
feat. PENNA NOW PRESIDENT
Kin I) Jauilio. Nov. 10 Dr. l'eniia
has been Inaugurated picsldent of the
Portland. Ore, Nov. 16. Tho Iloml
- . . 7T' . 7" , ,
' A shipment of 11000 feet of 30-Inch
1 f lwl """-'' ""l1" ,'" "'e patent locklnu
;jr type was dsiharged yesterday from
ll.,u Bt,,,"1t,r 'Nevu,,l" ll B tl,e ""'
'l0 "f ,,,,U l,5',t:i'1lmt lm8 cor """? '"
01'" ul ' '" be used on the. Nun.
I '''' '1'ini III made In beml clrctt nr
sections ami Is joined by steel rods In-
ktn'l1 ur '"""wlug the old custom of
uu-lliig It li ih suld to ho iiiiicU
Ill,, newi Qlih. d,y,r '
NOV. IT. 19C6.
Nelson's Thin Paper
Cmall volumes printed In large type
en very thin paper are becoming more
popular every da
You can slip a volume tn your po:k
rt when travellnn: thev are handv and
convenient to read in a ifammock; they
take up very little room,
Uound In Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authors now In stock.
Dickens, .lane Austen, Burns,
Hlugsley, Tennyson, Thackeray,
The Brontes, Cnrlylu, I.ever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Ilitnyan,
Cervuiitps, I,)tton, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
illuttratcd. Cash or Installments.
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Ulr.nk book of all aorta. Jadgera
etc., manufactured by Hie BulleUn Pub
Saturday, Nov, 17,
Stinr, Noenit, from Hawaii, 4 u. m.
I Stmr. Innlaul, l'lltz, from Kauai
5:51, n. lit.
! Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, fiom Muni
I nuil Hawaii isjrts, 9:20 A. m.
Friday, November 1C.
Stmr. Claudjne, Parker, for Maul unit
Hawaii ports, C p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Muni. Hunt.
lor the Orient, 10 n. m.
C.-A. S. S. MiMiia. (llbb, from Van.
coiuer, p. in
Per stmr. Klnau, from llllo and
way ports, Nov. 18. C. C. Kennedy,
It, C. Kennedy, John A. Scott, John
M. Ross. Win. l'ullar, John T. Molr,
W. II. C. Campbell, John Walt, W. O
Wulker, A. Horner, A. Mason, John
Hind, Thus. H. Kay, U. Forbes, H. C.
Rhodes, Master T, Matsuruuru, Mrs
T. Matstimura, It, Lougher, W. M. II.
Mist, Mrs. !:. Uarnard, Miss J. M. liar
nurd. Win. Thompson, Mrs. Sherman,
f tiu list IV Qhnrnmii Q (liint1n1(lifTst
. A. C. Chumberlaln, Miss II.
Wrenu, Miss I.. Wrenn, Jas. Qlbb,
Jared a Smith, K. S. QJerdrum, Wm.
McKay. W. W. Chamberlain, Mrs. C.
Akau. Mrs. Wm. McKay, Mrs. J. T.
Molr, Y, Magatsuma, Mrs. R, C. Ken
nedy, Miss Helene P., G. II. Locking
Ion, i:. J. Peahody, T Ah Ping. Mus
ter Ah Choy, S. Ah Fat, K. Shoda,
Dr. P. F. Frear. II. E. Savage, W.
Seuihy, I). II. Caso. Muster A. Case,
On. (ilbb, C. F. Ilirrlcli. K. Sayuusa.
A game of baseball will be played to.
moriow at 1:30 p. m. sharp at Kuplo-
liuii jmrk between the Lusituna Ii. 11. T
and the 10th Infantry for the champion
sbli. Tho teams will he as follows:
10th Infantry: Itlngland, Fenny, Tom
Oils, Van Vllet, Carrey, Simons, Urowii,
Do)le, Hannah. I.usltunas; M.Joseph
V. Frells, S. I'luiental, Jno. Souzu, M
I'reltns, Eveis, Geo. Medelios, Henry
Fieltas, Joe Fernandez.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
ajay Fine Job Printing at the Bui
NEW - TO-DAY
IN TIIU DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Ill the Matter of Edtel Markle, a Hank,
nipt. No. 134.
To the Creditors of Edzel Markle nf
Honolulu, Uland of Oaliu, Territory
Notice is hereby given that on the
I'.'th day of November, A. D.'liiOO, wild
and that the First Meeting of his cied.
Ituis will hu held at my otllce, 848 Ka
ahiimaiiu Street, Honolulu, on tho 30th
day or November, A. 1), lUOil, ut 1;30
p, in, at which tlmo creditors may ut
tend, pioo their claims, exnniliio thu
Daiildilpt, elect n Tnule.i and transact
siii'li ollii'i business us may properly
I OHIO befolo said meeting
AVON II OIIOOK
llefureii In llanliinpley.
Iliiiinliilii, Nov. 17, llioii 3iiU-H
Mil GtiUNl V
May Register Warrants
During Next Ten
As o rceiilt of the unprecedented ac
tion of the Hoard nf Supervisors last
Friday, In transferring $20,000 fiom
the general fluid to the road fund,
against the protest of Supervisor Ship
man, chairman of the Finance Com.
mlltec, Hawaii County, for the first
tlmo In her history, lias an empty
treasury anil Is unable to ay, war
rants. There Is an overdraft of $4483.44.
The setting aside of $20,000 In tills I
way lstRcmctlilng that has never born ;
done herore, ami the members who in
sisted upon It are accused In current
locul discussion of "whooping thtng.i
up" to empty the treasury before the
change uf administration takes place.
The Finance Committee was not
consulted In the mutter, nccordlng to
the usual custom, and the Hoard did
not even wait to see If it had the
$20,000 on hand, As a matter of fact
It ordered $20,000 transferred from thu
general fund to the road fund when
there was considerably less than $20,
000 on hand. llllo Herald, Nov. IS.
The following candidates Hied thcli
expense accounts with Chief Clerk
Iluckland this morning:
David Katatiokulanl, Sr., candidate
tor tho Senate:
Personal expenses $2G 0'
Printing ami advertising C 01
Expenses of public meetings .... 35 (0
Total $Gn 00
David Knhalcnnliii, candidate for
Reprcsenlatle from the Fifth:
Nomination fee J2.1 Ou
Personal expenses 2 no
Filming curds I! f.U
Total $34 00
John I,. Paoo, for Representative In
the Fifth District:
Fee for nomination papers $25 00
Printing 9 50
Traelllng expenses 18 2a
Watchers 7 00
Total $159 75
Ily some marvellous workings of tho
head full of porridge which tho Adver
tiser calls its mind, that delectable
sheet finds In the defeat of A. M.
Drown that Governor Carter's admin
istration has been "vindicated". Cer
tainly the administration needs vindi
cation, but how it could be vindicated
by thu results of such work as thu
Advertiser did has yet to bo shown.
llllo Tribune, Nov. 13.
IN8TRUMENT8 WILL ARRIVE
(Continued from Paae 1.)
its failure to cause tiin return of the
First Regiment band Instruments on
or before September 30, 1900, we can
say that the Pacific Coast representa
tives of the company have wired Its
representatives hero that the Instru
ments In question will arrlvo here ou
the Korea, due to leave San Francisco
on the 20th of this njonth. As tho In
struments aro not lost or destroyed,
but will bo here and returned to you
In ten days' time, the damage you will
have suffered by reason of tho default
in the matter of time will be slight, If
not nominal. As the company's bond
Is an ordinary suretyship bond and le
rlgned simply to protect you, the com
pany feelB that the arrival of the Ko
rea should be awaited, when 'ou will
ecelve the Instalments, and whatever
damage, If any, you may have suffer
ed can reasonably hu ascertained, and
when tho company will be ready to
fulfill whatever legul obligation it may
ewe to you under the bond.
SMITH & LEWIS,
Attorneys for United States Fidel
ity & Guaranty Company,
This shows that the band Is now un
der a two-fold obligation to como here
en the Korea. First of all, a court
martial stareB tho boys In tho face,
should they fall to obey tho Govern
or's order to appear for tho Thanks
riving Day parade. Secondly, even
Cohen himself would probably not
hanker after keeping tho band on tho
Coast a little longer, In order to recoup
I Is losses, as a band without Instru
ments would be n very sorry usset as
a money-making proposition,
Tho order sent to Uerger by cublo
lead us follows:
Ilergvr, Hawaiian Ilaud, Ileuo;
Governor ordei ed parade 28th, Urlug
land Korea 20th, Must bavu enlisted
men lieie, Pleuso forward.
Tl.e Catholic Chill ell of Ht, Joseph,
MiMlialiiu, In charge of Rev, Father
Clement. Toinoirow, November Itth,
XXIVIh Hillidiie lifter. Pulilci tiki. II n.
ni high muss, sermon, lollulloii, Hun-!
liny si'boul ; ji in iiaiy, riiteililmil,
M. KEflNEDY'S PEA1H
The Hllo Tfibune centlins th fol
lowing account of the- deith and fun
eral of Mrs C, C Kennedy:
Thetr passed away on Friday last in
lillo Mrs, Anna Deacon Kennedy, wile
of C C. Kennedy and mother of Ronah
and Brtlc Kennedy'
lt was just tour months since Mrs.
Kennedy first became ill and though all
too soon It became apparent that the
stroke with which she was seized would
In oll'lnimnn probability prove fatal,
she bore up to the end With Christian
fortitude. All that medical attendance
could ilo,' all that the devotion of a lov
ing family could attempt was done, but
the end was not to be postponed.
The Itinera! took place on Saturday
afternoon anil the fact that regardless
of caste, color or creed Hllo. was In
complete mourning was an ample testi
mony to the sincere esteem In which
the deceased lady was held... Flags
dropped overywhero nt Imlf-'mitit and,
from the hour of noon liillll Iter the
limeral, hurlness was suspended every
where. A brief service was held al (lie be
reaved home, after which the cortege
proceeded to the First Foreign Church
The casket wns borne In by John T
Molr, John Wntt. II. M. Wilson,
TliomuH Forbes, John Napier and Wil
liam Chalmers, the honorary bearers
following being E. K. Rlchiirds, Charles
Furiieaux, Judge F. H. Lyman, William
Pullar. I,. Severance nnd W. S. Terry
The funeral arrangements were super
vised by K. N, Holmes.
The mourners Included all of the
members of the family at present In
the town. They took seats In piuvs re
served ut the front of the church. Mr
Kennedy was accompanied by Mrs
Charles Fiimeaux, the most Intimate
frlelnd of the lute Mrs. Kennedy. Ron
ald C. Kennedy, son of the deceased,
with Mrs. Ronald Kennedy; C. It. Ken
nedy, n t.enhow, with Mrs. C. R. Ken
nedy; J. D. Kennedy and Thomas Ken
nedy, also nephews, comprised the
The church was a mass of blossoms
of every description, In fast It is doubt
tul If room could possibly hnve been
found for more. The sweet odors ot
the (lowers sent by sorrowing friend
lent a strangely sad atmosphere to the
tervlces which followed.
As the casket was reverently placed
before tho pulpit the choir In gently
modulated voice sang "Rock of Ages'
and n ipraycr by Rev. C. E. Shields fol
lowed. Rev. C. W. Hill spoke 'most
Icellngly and Rev. Shields followed
with a funeral sermon from John, 1st
Epistle, 2. 17. "The world passcth
away and the bCBtt hereof: hut he that
doeth the will ot God abldeth forever.
Tho choir sung "Lend Kindly Light"
nnd "There Is a Fountain Filled with
lllood" and tho solemn congregation
filed out of the church to pay tho last
respects to the deceased at tho grave
tide. Tho procession to tho place of
spulturo In the Hllo cemetery was re
markably large. Thu grave was Im
mediately beside those of Mrs. Ken
nedy's mother und sister. Tho serv
ices at tho cemetery were brief nnd
the large gathering broke up at thu
Tho lato Mrs. Kennedy, whoso muld
en namo was Anna Deacon, was born
nt Wapplugeis Falls, Duchess County,
New York, on October 11, 1830. Shu
went to Honolulu In 1878 and there on
April 23d was married to C. C. Kenne
dy. A year later they came to Hllo
and lived at their Walakea home from
that time on. Slio(leaves two brothers
(.nil two sisters out of a family of
Simply and without the slightest os
tentation the lato Mrs. Kennedy was
never so happy as when doing good
for others. Many people In humble
life have reason to revere her memory
and the extent of Hllo's loss by her de
inrture from this life cannot be esti
mated In words.
BH HIS TRIBUNE
George F. llenslinll, who lias served
the Star for several years with ability
and zeal, goes to the Hllo Tribune ns
Its editor, Mr. lienshal! Is a gentle
man whom Hllo wilt be glad to know
and for whose deserts thlscominunlty
will stand sponsor. Under bis cure the
Tribune will be a reputable, courteous
and enterprising newspaper. Advei
tlser. It seems an utter Impossibility for
the unfortunate Advertiser to get any
thing right. Mr. Hensliall deserves ull
the nice things said ot him and tho
Tribune' will continue to be a reputable
courteous andfenterprlslng newspaper
a newspaper after which tho Adver
tiser might, with profit, pattern Knelt
but Mr. Hensliall will have nothing
to do with It. llllo Tribune, Nov, 13.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
We're always reidy to examine
your teeth FREE and quote
our price (or placing them lit
cood condition, liven then you are
under no obligation to employ us.
Hut when you see our work unci
how painlessly we operate, jou will
place) our teeth In our tare,
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