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RvnNiN'o nru.r.TiM. honouiu' t n THKaruv. nnc 4, iook.
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Wr.f.KLY C A LEND AH
Find a job for It through a Bulletin!
Hawaiian Stated Election.
Pacific Third Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree.
noce Croix Regula
5 p. m
Leialoha Chapter Regular.
All visiting ninobora of the
order ore cordially Invited to at
tetid meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 1, I. O. 0. F.
Mieti every Monday evening at 7:30
I O. O Krllali. Kort street
K. It. HKNimY Secretary.
C! O IIOI'Ti:U N. (1
All visiting bru'.Iicra verr cordially
MY8TIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Mmli everr Tuesday evening at
7:20 o'rlock In K. ot P. Hall, Kiiir i
tmeL VUltlur brothers cordially In-1
Tiled to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. C.C.
F. WALDHON, K.U.8.
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meiti every Friday venlrg at
K. '. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mtui
beni of Mystic Lodie, No. 2, Wm, Mo
ICinley Lodge, No. S, and vliltltuj
Lrothera cordially Invited.
A. D. BOND, C. C.
A, 8. KKNWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE 611, I. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIS, D. P. O. H-.
will meet In their ball, on Miller
and Barctanla streets, amy Friday
By order of the V. It.
UAIIRV H. SIMPSON,
H. H. MUniUT, E.U.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.afP.
1ecta every Saturday evening at
f:J0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
irtreaL Visiting brothers cordially Id
(rlt-1 to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
K. A. JACOD80N, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. f.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evening of each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. of P. Hall, King street
Visiting Eaglei are Invited ti- at
BAM McKEAGUE. W.P.
II. T. MOOIIE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. PL M.
Meeta every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month tn 1. O. C. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. K, DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San An onlo
llaJl. Vlslllne brothers cordially In
ffYd to attend.
T. 1 McTIQHE. Prci.
E. V. TO 1)1), 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 7 We'll
make It Just as you want
It. We can give you an
estimate price, ,
Hawaiian Carriage ,
427 QUEBN 8T. 1EL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZeiQLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CUINEHY of every capacity and de
scription made to orfleV. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigation
purposes a specialty, Particular alien-1
tlon paid .to JOB WORK, and reoalrr I
executed at shortest notice.
W. R, PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing, I
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain-'
Ing, Kalsornlnlng, Brick, Cement and ,
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,-the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 961
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TUniTY CO., LTD,
Real Citate, Mortgage, Loins and In
Ulflcet Mclntyrs Olrig., Honolulu, Tit.
. O. 00X 21. PHONP MAIN HI
BJ8 FORT 0T.
HULLCTIN A8, PAy nw
H O in
r.2MKc Old Dlervd
Au . . mm r- f
K1QH, M mm
- II till CWACM "
Protect Your House
A good coat ot paint ap
plied to your houtc now
will protect it from win
ter rains. The beet paint
to use la
W. P. FULLER 4 CO.'S
It Is ready mixed
use ALL COLORS.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO STREET.
For Over 60 Yearn
ur4 .for .over .sixty
h been urcl
YISAKH bv MlLI
YISAKH tor MILI.IONH ot Mothers
psrrcci uccew. 1 1-
o Villi.!, ovc i ma
ALLAYS all pain.
COLIC, nr.J U tbe
EH bettremedyforUIAKKIIUIA. Sold
Druet-lUl m ev erv Dart oZ tha
lus la every part of the
world, llo nro and ulc for Mrs.
no utker kind. 21
au a Cottle.
TOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
BOSTON DLDO., FORT STREET.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN 8EAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
SEND YOUR FRIEND A CASE OF
Mrs Kearns' Preserves
TACTORY 184 HOTEL STREET.
PHONE BLUE 1411.
Reduced Prices until after Xmas.
Nuuanu bet. King and Hotel Streets.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
TEL. MAIN 473.
for Japanese cooks, waiters, women
tor housework and help for day worK,
suppnsu on short nonce,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR MAUAHI,
flnt Job I'rlnlliig .1 (In Uullitln,
II Whisky. I ," t
Autos for Lire at Ter. Stables.
Head tho Honolulu (las Co adver
Why not ask for Royal liutter at '
J Day h Co 'a'
Mystic Lod, No. 2, K. ot P , meets
tonlsht lu K. of P. Hall. Klna street
Ynu may linw a hot bntli Instantly at ,
n cojt of Ave ci-nls If ou use a fiia,
i Move Honolulu, (ins Co, ,
1 Nvntly furnished rooms ut the Pop
I ulur 1, $1X0 and 2 per week. 1213
I'ort street. i
Tbu Knrvirxlaii bark Hclgn, fonm-r-1
lly tho Koitunu will bring n cariio ol
tonl from Niv,rnstli to till port
Seo l.ovyn nd In this Issue Is "U
want to learn of stituetlilni; nooil l
-end our frkMiili on the other Islands
i WaUvlKI luu u now owned by W. U.
tlergln. Accommodations, supplies
uud utlenilaucu absolutely first class.
I'tiiest batlilnt on the beach.
Do )on want n good shlrf C Chow
xirner King ami Itlver street, lias an
'excellent stuck that Is priced extra-
Tbeie wer eight deaths from eon-
i tagloiiB illseaxcs In Honolulu between
November 10 nnd 30, eltsht nf tuber
culosis and two of typhoid fuver
Henry May & Co. linvu Just received i
r.000 bags of Cciitennlnl'K Uesl Hour It
Ik the finest Hour sold hurc mid the lot .
will biirdly last n Jlrfy Onli Modal ,
A reception for Dr. Sylvester will In. I
held In the lecture room of (,'uitriil
L'nlon church on Tuesday menliiK. An
InterestliiK iimgram has been prepare!
The Norwegian bark Mnrglt, which
mine In recently, vvna chartered priori
to nrrlval by Ilnlfour, (lutbrlo & Ci. '
In carry lumber from tin- Sound to
Hawaiian News Co Iiiih tha largest
and finest asHortmi'til of Christmas
looks lu the city, for ndulls and joung
people Why not give a book fur
Jiimcx Htniilou, u Ktowuway from
one of tho Amerlraii-Hnwallan sle-nui
ships, was arrested yesterday and will
probably be helel for deportation b)
the same vi'ssel.
V S. Kills bus received a letter from
hlil brother, John KIIIh, which stute-ii
Hint thii Intlcr has mnda mi engage
ment to sing on the Kellli circuit, oun
of the best vaudeville) circuits of the
Thero will be a meeting of the eom
nilllee connected with Ht Andrew'), ea
Ihedrnl at 7M.r. this evening III I lie Sun
day Fcliool room to touslder the report
of the comniltlee) on this Alice Mackin
Judge Whitney's lIuxh lu civil gov
ernment, the "Civic Club." holds Its
first regular meeting nt the Y. M. C.
A. at 8 o'clock tonight. The club wns
organized last Tuesday nnd ha about
Order Christmas book from Wm C
I.voii Co, IJil.. Honolulu All thn
standard books sold in sets for cash or
on easy payments. Order today. Send
III ft, second unci third choice as the)
others may bo all gone'.
Preparations are being completed ill
the Public Works Department to en
able 1C. J l.onl .to go ahead w It ti his
contract for constructing the Kullhl
sewer sysloni and the extension of the
NiiiKimi avenue) Fewer line.
Tho SiMslde has plenty of sun
hii-trila fain f ,nniuti- fiinitillnn i-nnn,..,
etc., which ure at the disposal of Its
pmiivIu lrtm.mtiAr elm) tltn liAal liilli '
lug nnd thn best surf for board rldliiE Is
directly lu front of the Seaside.
There Is nothing that ynu can xciiil
to Irlemls or icIatlvcH on the mainland
ax it Clirlhtm.is piesent thai would bo
nppiecliiled more than u ir.ltu of cliolie
pliie-upplex or a bunch of Hilcclcd ha
mulus, Orde-r ut Wells, l'.iigi olllce-.
King slice t.
Col (!eo. W. Miicfurlaue Ix still eon-lliie-d
to his Walklki homo by his In
jured b'K, the lesult of bis stictt car
ueciilrnt lu San Krunclseo, The tiou
bio was more xeilouu than llrst blip
pencil Dr. Hiiniphrls, who Ix attend
ing Col Macfarlane, expects to have
his pnllent out mxjii
Thu Woman's lloaul of Missions will
meet ut 2':it p. 111. today ut thu Cc-u-Iral
Union Church. The study of
"West Central Afllia" will bu taken
nil under Mix. W. A. How en's leudei
ship. Mix. J. M. Whitney will le'port
on Chinese work and Mrs Then. Mell
aril s on her experiences at the "Hu
A coininlllcu of members of the hand
waited on Joe Cohen yexlerduy 111 l-
giud to tbu in reals of salary duo them
Mr Cohen stated Ills position to the
men and authorized them to announce
to llielr comrades that theru would ho
a payment mudu on uccotiut today. The
commltti'u who lutervluwed Cohen con
sisted of J. Auiusul, Kuna uud It, II
A lulu letter from 1'. Maurice, McMa
hon, who Ix now In (joldlleld, Nov..
nnmts some former Honolulu people I
who uru now lu that mining tump. I
nnioiig them being Cunningham,
(Ionics, Conk ley and lleswlcli, former j
Miloonkccpcrx; lliinkcy, tho law) or;
uud it vouiik'iuuii named Clark, Cur-,
ils. of Kerr's one llmu, wiix lu tloldllelcl
.cccnily selling good-
.Members of tint Civic Federation ale
cordlully Invited to consult
mill extiiuU, In the nllli 11 of (,'iistlu iV
WlililiiKion, 1111 Mercliiiiii Uriel, lloiiii'
lulu 'Ilia iiitlcit U opi'ii dully, Incept
(iiihdii)s, lii'lwucii Hie Iioiiih nf h llu
11 111 uud t i in Haturilu), uu iiikiii,
liurury or hooks, pamphlets, liewspii-. -", m.,...,v , ...vi,,..,,,,,, .mninogj, nienineiioiyor me 01
i..r ..mi ,..,, .......0 .i,.h,.., ii, ili ttii'llicuduiho. 'IhcbO uro aunt indication of I'cinule Weakness, or om-
' ' , , ' ,' ... ',, .., J,,.,!!.. r"ri8einei.t of thu arirani, vtltlcli till medicine surely cure. Chroulu
. nwin Mill! I Vl'VI iat U tlllill 111 "MimHI , littllhlllliilu .. Ilnnlnilm rnlMin l !... IT......... I.l . . s
, .. ' ..... . .1 l "Hiwi ilini iwwihvhuj in viimi 1 rva, iiiu , I'lfUlUIIIU L.HIHHHIllll UI1IT.,
orunnizuiiuiii. wnirii iiiiu iiitt'i. n uii'ii. Tiili.ai.,,n..,niiii(iiriiUiinn.il.mi t.n..ii.i i. ...
I with niinnlt'iuon fiii nutldiiK imiUh thnuMiml tiiur, for .buyout wliut Uiuv vnuiU-u uui. Hold by DniitiiUtM
Here are two eycjlacsen, one fitting
the noce correctly the
other Incorrectly. There la no one
eyeglaca that will (it aM noses, but
our stock Includes the beet and latest.
To know the style beet culled for
each particular note and how to
adjust It Is part cl our ekllt.
! A. N, SANFORD,
' GRADUATE OPTICIAN,
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET,
Over May & Co,
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A Hawaiian Seal Ring
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Fort and Hotel Streets (upstairi)
cnus ucf puln, weight und backache, lu.
b' ,U W U,"U'r uU "'
75c. Per Month
Thomas Floser Enters
His Plea Of Not
In Judgo Lindsay's court this morn
ing n short session was held In which
two cases were wiped oft the criminal
calendar nnd one plea of not guilty wax
entered. The criminal calendar Is now
In better shape than It has been for
several years, due to hard work by the
Attorney (Jenerars department, and
there uro very few old enscs left to bo
completed before the next report of the
In the case of I). Wahlne, charged
with robbery lu tho second degree, the
prosecution entered a nolle, prosequi. It
having turned out from the evidence
gathered that both men, the alleged
robber nnd his victim, were under the
Inlliienco of liquor and tho case being
therefor so confused 'that u conviction
j A case against a Chinaman named
'All Chcong, who was Indicted by the
(Irani! Jury for larceny In the first de
gree wax also nolled. Tho conviction
of Ah Cliong If obtained would have
been on practically tho unsupported
testimony of a confederate of his.
When the Indictment was obtained It
wax thought that more evidence could
After numerous motions to quash
mid demurrers which were all over,
tilled by tho Court, Thomas Flores wan
arraigned and pleaded not guilty to n
charge of assault and battery with a
weapon. In case of a conviction Urn
tuso will probably be appealed by
Judge Hear, the attorney for the plain
tiff on thu demurrers mentioned.
CANAL ENGINEER RESIGNS
I'auuniu, Di'c. 3. J. (1. Hulllveii, the
assistant chief engineer' on tbe canal
construction work, has resigned.
Portsmouth, Dec. 3. Yesterday (he
keel wax laid for another and, more
powerful vespel of the Dreadtiough
Portland, Oregon, Dec. 4. George B.
Cole, ex-governor of the Stale of Wosh
lugloii, died here yesterday.
MILLIONAIRE LEAVES JAIL
Bun (Juentln, Dec. 3. Colonel Grif
fith J. Griffith, the Los Angeles mining
millionaire, who sliot his wife three
years ngo, was released from the pen
EARTHQUAKE IN MARTINIQUE
I'ort I)e France, Martinique. Dec. 3
An earthquake shock wiix exper
ienced bent yesterday, Instlng for a
minute and a half, No damage was
Rlank hooka of alt sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by tba Bulletin Pub.
Do You Know
That the Bast Fivt cent Cigar, the one
with tne real tobacco taste
It Is a
remarkably sweet smoke;
Is made from regular lengths of good
tobacco and the wrapper I genuine
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iinpvitcu ivai, Treiy nui i ry ivr
Sola Honalulu Agents.
CORNBH IIOTBi. ANO FORT r.
Work Of Distribution
The wbrk of distributing the Portu
guese Immigrants has been practical
ly concluded, and has been effected
with considerably less difficulty than
wax anticipated, A large proportion
of them wanted to go to plantations
on this Island, but those In charge of
the matter succeeded In dividing them
up pretty fairly. The Helene yester
day took n large number nf the new
settlers to Maul and Hawaii planta
tions, and a special train carried those
who were apportioned to the Oahu
For Oahu tho following distribution
has been made:
Kwa 39 men.
Waipahu 40 men.
Walnlua .19 men.
Kahuku 35 men.
Immigrants have been sent to the
other Islands as follows:
Maul Hawaiian Commercial: 18
families, consisting of 19 men, 19 wo
men, 31 children, and 39 single men.
Walltiku: G families, consisting of S
men, fi women, 2 children, and 8 single
men, I'ala: 7 families, consisting of
7 men, 7 women, G children, and Z
Hawaii Wolakca: C families, con
sisting of S men, G women, 10 children,
and 14 single men. Hakalau: S fami
lies, consisting of 6 men, (! women, 19
chllJren, and 7 single men. Olaa: 11
families, consisting of 11 men, 12 wo
men, 29 children, and in single men.
Paauhau: 21 families, consisting of 24
men, 2C women, 27 children, and 4 sin
Kaunl I.lhuc: 7 families, consisting
of 7 men, 7 women, 14 children, ami
2 single men. Makee; 10 families,
consisting of 10 men, 9 women, 18 chil
dren, and 2 single men.
LIQUOR CA8ES UP
(Continued from Pag 1)
nncen, came up for trial on tho charge
of living off the earnings of Adclla,
one of the women of Iwllcl. Morch
got himself Into trouble by thrashing
Adclla. His blows turned her true
love into bitterness, and she bad him
arrested for living oft her earnings.
Morch seemed to have an Idea that
he had engaged, Judge Clear to defend
him, but Gear's clerk stated tbat the
Judgo had nothing to do with the case.
Morch admitted that he had been
living with the woman for tho past
nine months, but only for tho purpose
of reforming her and turning her from
her evil ways, which pained hint deep
ly. He Indignantly denied that he liv
ed on money earned by Adella. He
wax a working man, he said, and in
formed tho Court that he had worked
six days on the Manchuria and several
days during the past nine months on
the coal wharves. Ho knew the kind
of business lu which Adella was en
gaged, but bad never aided or abetted
Although Morch Is probably one ot
the parasites who Infest Iwllel, tbo
caso against him was so weak that
had he had an attorney, It Is Im
probable that ho would have been held
on the charge. Ah It was, Judge Whit
ney held him over to tho Orand Jury.
Mrs. Wahlne Lazarus charges her
husband Alexander with having
threatened to kill her, and she asked
tbo Court to put him under bonds to
keep tho peace. The case was set for
trial tomorrow. Alexander will apend
the day under the care of Jack Melan
phy to Insure against his carrying out
his alleged threat In tho meantime.
Luceivago la an old East Indian who
makes a precarious living by plcklne
up raga and bottles. He must have
done well recently, for be managed to
accumulate enough to get drunk on.
Ills thin old legs were weak and wob
bly as ho stood before Judge Whitney
this morning charged with drunken
ness. Andrade stated that It was
doubtful If tbe old man could raise
enough to pay a fine, and as tbla was
bis flrxl appearance, he moved that sen
tencu be suspended for 13 months,
Tho Judgo so ordered, and Luceivago
tottered out with a grateful "thank
a s a
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