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.Vl-NINO B.1UXTIN. HONOUlU!, T, It., WEDNESDAY. DKC. S.
LOCAL 1ND iENEIAL
Any of your monegr'owlng Iay7
Find a Job for It through a Bulletin
Hawaiian Stated election,
Pacific Third Degree,
Oceanic Second Degree,
Itoce Croix Regular 5 p, in.
Lelaloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting ineinben of the
order aro cordially luvltcd to at
tend iueetlugs ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. t, I. O. O.
Meets every Monday eve nlng t 7:S0
(n I 0. O FrHnB. Fort street.
E. It. HENDItY. Secretary.
C. 0. iiotti.1.. N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No.
M:ts every Tuesday tventng at
t'SM o'rlock lu K. of P. Ua.1, K-tif-.
street. VlBllliitr brothers cordially In
vitee, to uttinit.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
F. WALUUON, K.K.S.
OAMU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets everr Friday evenlvg at
K. 1. Hall, King s'-r-et. at 7:20. Mem
bers of Mysllo Lodje, No. 2. Wm. Mc
Ktuley Lodge, No. 8, and Ultl(ig
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. DOND. 0. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.ILS.
HONOLULU LODGE 61B, I. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. H, D. P. 0. H.,
will meet In tbelr ball, n Miller
tnd Ueretanla streets, every Friday
Uy order of the E. II.
HAKKY II. 8IMPB0N,
II. B. MUItRAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:JO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
(.rest. Visiting brothers cordially in
vlt-4 to atteud.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.a
B. A. JACOBSON, K.R.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. Z.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
lclock In K. of P. Hall, King stre-L
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
II. T. MOOHE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meota every aecond and fourth
rillDAY of each month In I. 0. O. F
Hall Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets ovary second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San An.onlo
jtnl. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE, Prca.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
We want to remind you,
business men, that you should
have that delivery wagon of
We can repair It right and
at the right price.
Why not ask us " How
427 QUCEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C, W. ZCIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular aUen
tlon paid, to JOB WORK, and reoalrs
executed Sit s'Korteet notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractlnj and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,-the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 381
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD. ,
neat Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In '
Office: Mclrityrs Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P, 0, BOX 261, PHONE MAIN 141. ,
38 POnT ST.
gey- BULLETIN AU3, PAY
A 1 1 1 n
j (t-2.tr Old Bt-ivi VD S
I " Whisky. rTS L
3 HBftl s
I'n.ritwr.wj I it .
If you want gold, silver
or bionze palntc, or any
kind of enamel for decora
tive purposes, call on us.
IIAVC TUG MOST COMPLETE
STOCK IN THE CITY.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
For Over 60 Years
hi teen uwd for over.HlXTV
YliAKrt b- millions cl Hotutrs
IN'tl, with perfect iuccom. IT
bOOT!ti:s the CHILD, SOFTENS
the OU.Mfl, ALLAYS all rain.
CURBS WIND COLIC.
uruKKiits in every part or mo
Wlstlow's Boot-lni 8jrrupnd Uk
no other kind. 33 cents a Bottlej
llo tnra ana K for Mrs.
An Old and WflMriad RfnHtij
HAZELINE FACE CREAM
Excellent for sunburn, roughness of
the skin and for removing
FOR SALE BY
Mrs. Doris E. Paris
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till S p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
BOSTON BLOC, FORT STREET.
At Reduced Prices until after Xmas.
Nuuanu bet. King and Hotel Streets,
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED 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
for housework and help tor day work,
supplied on short notice.
lADAwnnu WB.JC urvri.-i nuinN
JAPANESE NEW HOTtl. UNION,
NUUANU STREET NGAI1 PAUAHI,
cards en sale !
the uullstln efflc.
, Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Why not nsk for Royal Butter at C.
i J. Day & Co.'s?
T. Cllve Davles left for Maul yccter-
day. ljc will return on Saturday.
I Dr. Korgannt, the Territorial Voter
Innrlan, left for Kawalhne yesterday.
Attorney P. B. Thompson plaim to
lenvc for the Coast today on n business
The trustees of tho Chamber of Com-j
mcrre will meet next week Wednesday j
, nt 3 p. in. '
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop- !
hilar. 11, tl.CO and $2 per week. 1213 :
Port street. , j
.Mrs. uouesnn or uenver win bivb u"i
clnborntu dinner party at the Your.is '
Hold Friday evening. I
A decree of divorce wns granted Mrs.
Annie 8. Heist yesterday from Jay II.
Heist by Judge Do Dolt.
Cuut jour Iron roof with "Arabic"
You will be surprised at Its cooling aud
preservative properties. California,
leeu v.o ueeuiH.
Mrs. Henry Duttim of San Franclxto
nml Mrs, llnrry Maefnrlatin give a'
large dancing party nt the Seaside Ho-'
i tel this evening. i
j Wnlklkl Inn is now owned by W. C. ,
Bergln. Accommodations, supplies ,
uud attendance absolutely first class.
Finest buthlng on Hie beach.
Onlv Jr ii venr elves you tho security
ami conveniens of o safe deposit box (
In the vault of Hawaiian Trust Co. Can ,
you afford to be without one?
The new Hoard of Supervisors lins
rejected the pioposltloli to move the
county olllces from their present Idea
tion In the Mcllityro building.
A petition of II. M. von Holt for al
lowance of flii.il accounts In the estate
of Mrs. Alice Mackintosh, deceased,
wns filed In the Clicull Court today.
If you want gold, ullver or bronze
paints, or any kind of enamel for nuik
lur; Christmas gifts, call on lowers ft
Cooke. They have the largest stock In
The Seaclde liaa plenty of surl
boards, surf canons, Canadian canoes
etc., which are at the disposal ot Its
guests. Remember that the best bath'
lug and the best surf for board riding Is
dlrectlyln front of the Seaside.
Kxciul'slto designs lu drawn work
1 1 oin the convents of Old Mexico. Ten
erlfte squares, centrepieces, dolleys.
mantel covers anil whecU. Ilrassct,
Teco pottery and tnpas. Hawaii &
South Seas Curio Co., Young building.
William Knott of Kahulul, Maul
well known lu this city as n former
employe of tho Hapld Transit Co.,
underwent ii very successful operation
In tho Queen's Hospital yesterday for
appendicitis at the hands of Dr. Jumes
Jucld, assisted by Dr. Wood,
In Judge Lindsay's court this morn
ing Judge Hear filed pleus lu abate
ment lu the cases of Un Kuug Ctuoug,
All Tung. Yong How Yen nml Unu
leong. The pleas of I.uu Tung ami
l.um Sal were rontliiued till toiuoirnw.
Tho charges In all cases were ussaull
The partnership firm of Casbuuin &
Nelson has been dissolved. "Their bus
iness as sallmakers will be continued
by D, J. Cnshinan, a practical-sail mak
er. All debts owing tho former firm
are to be paid to 1). J. Cashinan, who
will also meet all obligations of the
At the regular meeting ot Honolulu
Harbor No. St, December 2, l'JUO, the
following tinkers were elected to serve
for tho ensuing year: President, A. L.
Ijiiio; first vice president, O. W. Uls
son; second vlco president, Fredeilck
Rouse, sicretnry, Frank C. Poor; tins
tecs, J. F. Iluglund, Wm. A. Clark.
Oeo. C. Heeklcy; grand hiirbur reprt-M-nlattve,
A largu gat'lierlng uttendud I lie ro-
ceptlou to Dr. Sylvester at the Central
Union Church last night, "My Sweet
heart," by I.ymar, was sung by mem
bers ot tho Kniiifhamohn Olrls' school.
Miss I'nty recited "Old Illckory"ond tho
Kumehumelia girls sang that popular
old Kugllsh ballad, "Sally lu Our Al
ley." Then they rendered u Hoynl Ha
waiian mele. All tit tins numbers were
well lendered and well received,
lu the Court of 1-anil Iteglstrutlou
today Judge Weaver handed down u
decision In the mutter ot thu petition
of the llawullau TniBt Company for
title to the triangular point ot land In
liont of the Chambers Drug store. The
title Is held to bo good hut It Is also
held that the public has an easement
over the land lu question. All the
other corners at King and Fort street
are In the same condition and may bu
tho subject of more suits.
(leo. W. Do Low; I'oit. 0. A, H.. has
elected the following olllcers: 1'. C,
I'hnres Klder; S. V, C, 1.. U La Pierre;
J. V. C, a. Deltz; Q. XI.. W. V. Kutou;
Chaplain, C, II. Dickey; Surgeon, Sam
McKeague; o. I)., Fred Twills O. 1
Fred Sherman; delegate, C. 11, Dickey;
alternate, (I, Deltz, The election was
held Monday evening, December X In
btullatlon will occur on the third Mon
day evening In January, which will lie
the regular meeting night of the Post,
until further notice.
Tim Riii'ond minimi meeting of thu
Hawaiian Kliloiuologlcul Society will
be held on Thursday, December Dili at
7:30 p. in, lu tho Library of the Hoard
of. Agilcultiiio and Forestry, Kli.g
street. Executive Committee, meeting
ut 7: IB p. in. Klectlou of olllcers will
'"' "."..,,, . m,K
president rem. Four papers on Item-
I lleiliv by II, W. Klrkuldy will also bu
L ,, ,, ,,,, ,.A1 ,..,,..
bo held and thu address of retiring
ordinary LcuM Hipper from KiiiiuIiiin
mil." uud "l.lf" IIMory nnd Noteu cm
All'lieloiiiorplia neuullcvps," by 0,
A. N. SANFORD,
boston building, fort street,
Over May &. Co.
ttSitntn. T .KMzShBLhsSHMLcMiffiMffft'. .
.vlSi 't iii Ti 1 1 ill ii tifMltrrnlifffflTHWmi
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON PENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KING STREET. PHONC 287.
The Very Latest In Hawaiian
Juct the tiling for a Christmas present
A Hawaiian Seal Ring
The only one In the market
Jewelry and Curios,
1004 FORI 3TREET NEAR HOTEL.
Send Your Friends on the
an assorted box of the new season's fresh fruits, such as
Oranges. Apples, Lemons.
RONCOVICRI'S HIGH GRADE ASSORTED CHOCOLATE AND
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES,
IN 1-2, 1 AND 2-lb. BOXE8.
Roncovlerl's Candles have sprung up since the San Francisco
earthquake and are the finest In the market.
We pack these things to make them CHRI8TMAS BOXES In
looks as well as reality.
J. M. Levy & Co.
Troy Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: About tw years ago a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whef seemed to be a f7ad sprain of the off fore fetlock, whloh made her
yery lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four month, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse when worked. 1
then tried another kind of blister with about the aame results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle ef your 8ave-the-Horte from your agent
In this city. After treating tho mare with this for about two week I
oave her some slow driving; she Improved very muoh, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able to drive her twenty or thirty mile with,
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes sound; I also with the same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNELL, 401 California St.
. i.P.c,i,lve,y and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tenden tr
any case of lameness. Horsn euu bo worked as usual uud with boots, ai
no liaun will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair,
tC fjf per liolllci, with u wiltteu guarantee, us binding to piuiect yeu M
'r,J,,JUlhu best lugul tuluut could niuke It,
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
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THA0K SUPPLIED BY IIOLLI8TEH PRUQ CO., HONOLULU Hawsll,
ITS HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI
ZATION. ALFRED BATES, M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, Edltor.lc Chief;
The Drama Is Illustrated with hundreds ef line reproductlsni of
Bound In red half Morocco, with onyx sides, In 20 volumes,
With this set there will be given complimentary, "The World's
Fifty Great Operas" Introduced by Qulseppe Verdi, bound In five
beautiful portfolios, elegantly Illustrated.
The combination of "The Drama" with "The Great Operas"
make a library In Itself or a valuable addition of any library,
BOLD FOR CASH OR EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
WM. C. LYON CO,, LTD,,
Fort and Hotel Streets (upstairs) !
and ceal rings are appreciated by
Blnghamton N. Y.
Tre N, Y,
Wants His Salary Gut In
' Half Or To Fire
Supervisor Moore has a good friend
for whom he has staked out Captain
Herger's Job. Last night at the Super
visor's meeting he proceeded to try to
get It for him, and made a valiant at
tack on the band and all connected
therewith, but It tell flat.
It started when Moore wanted to
know about the band. Smith said that
It had been settled at the last meeting
Hint It was employed from December
1, Moore said ho had not understood
It so. The other Supervisors agreed
Lucas moved that I lie band be en
gaged from December 1.
Moore moved, with some lieut, that
thu band pay roll bo cut to $1200, that
boine members be cut out, and that
Herger's salary be cut to $100 or Hint
1 another man be given the Job.
I Lucas' motion passed, whereujiou Hie
matter of appropriation came up.
Moore said a natlvo by the name oi
Naoun should be given Herger's Job.
Uerger had been running tbet Hoard,
Dwlght reminded Moore that he was
n bit Inconsistent. Moore hud opposed
band reductions at the former meet
ing. Moore still wanted Herger's salary
cut, hut Lucas opposed It and the mat
ter was postponed.
On motion by Lucas the Clerk was
Instructed to publish notice to all peo
ple having claims against the County
to present them before tho end of the
A resolution was also introduced and
passed to the effect that the Kalakuuu
avenue property-owners must curb
Moore (till kicked about the baud.
He said It would bo very dlfllcult to
make estimates If the band appropria
tion were allowed. This money would
have to be taken from the road work.
Dodge said that the Ulshop Estate
trustees wanted to do some repair work
on tho road near the Kaniehameha
schools. He wanted the use of steam
rollers and oil sprinkler.
Lucas said outsiders generally paid
for such things. This appeared to be
satisfactory to Dodge,
The next meeting of the Hoard will
be held on December 15.
ME88AOE PLEASES BRITI8H
London, Dec. Tho British press
commends the Heutlments expressed
In President Hoosevelt's message to
Congress, particularly that part of It
expressing his condemnation ot the ac
tion taken lu California to prevent the
Japanese children from uttendlug the
FATAL DAM BREAK
Clifton, Arizona, Dec. 4. Through
the breaking of an irrigation dam half
this town has been destroyed. Fifty
people hnVH lost their lives fiom
Do You Know
That the Best Five-cent Cigar, the one
with the real tobacco taste
It Is a
remarkably sweet smoke;
Is made from regular Isngths of good
tobacco and the wrapper Is genuine
Imported leaf, Why Not Try ItT
Bala Honolulu Auanta.
CORNER HOTEL AND FOHT OfB.
By some accident the Bargain Dolls
were shamefully neglected when the
list of names was published last
week. It is bad enough to be "marke.l
down," but to bo obliterated or annihi
lated Is awful I The "Candy Dolls"
nnd "fJIngerbread Men" were also, ov
erlooked and one candy doll, poor lit
tle fellow, stirrers from having his
name spelled In so many ways, each
one wrong, that he hardly knows him
self. Now we arc going to start fair
nnd try to clear up all past errors.
Here are the useful, spicy Ginger
bread Men; l.e Hoy Bush. Albert
Hush; Cyril Tinker, Lorrln Tburstonj
The Baker, Vernon Tenney.
The Bargain Dolls: Marguerite
Wadman, Juliette Atwater, Alice
Hooks, Helen Boyd, Adelaide Santos,
Agnes Aylett, Ida Merseberg, Abble
Merseberg, Norma Flnley, Elisabeth
Candy Dolls: Sherman Boedefeld,
Marjorle Lee, Amy Waterhouse, Al
fred White, Madeline Chaptn, Uessle
Lee, Lee Waterhouse, Kealoha Water
house, Ernest Gray, Hoy (Irabani,
No sea-faring, man ever spun a yum
ot more thrilling Interest than Mr.
Noah's tale of adventure, "I could rt
tale unfold," but I won't for Noah can
do It so much better. The "cheerful
liar" Is quite overshadowed by the
barefaced statements of this venerable
antediluvian, his wife and hoys, who
back him up without flinching, iney
all look exactly as If they had "Just
stepped out of the ark," the kind we
used to play with Sunday afternoons,
you know, and are a most interesting
family. Their skill as raconteurs Is
only equalled by their grace and their
musical ability. Then there Is the
heavy tragedy of but I must not tell,
you should hear It only from the head
of the family.
BAND IW IS
For tho first time tor several months,
ever since going on Its trip to tho
States, the band was down on the
Oceanic dock this morning to speed the
Alameda on her way with the strains
of Aloha Oe.
The steamship sailed for the Coast
on time this morning with a small list
of cabin passengers, but with about i'OU
In the steerage. Of these there were
about ICO Japanese, the remainder be
The freight cargo was also small
this time, there belug only about 1000
Ions. No sugar was taken, but on her
next voya'ge It Is expected that the
steamer will take a large consignment.
Among those who sailed on the Ala
meda was Attorney Frank Thompson.
He was loaded down with all the lets
that could find lodgement on his per
son. He goes to the Coast on a busi
ANNA tflo BUNCH
I'oltce Officer Apana gathered In six.
more Chinese today for gambling.
Apana and ORlier Hose were looking
for another Chinese against whom u
warrant had boen Issued, and lu their
search they entered a house on the
mauka side ot River and Kukul streets.
The six Chinese were sitting there en
Joying a dice little game ot fan tut).
The officers took them along to the sla.
tlon house, together with the evidence,
consisting of a set of dominoes, bill
tons, dice and six bits In cola of the
Apana Is the star gambler-catcher
of the force. Whenever he feels the
need of a little exercise, he goes out
and collects a few Chinese and breaks
up a fan tan or pal kau game.
CHINE8E RAI8E KICK
Hongkong, Dec. 4. The Cantou
Chinese have sent a protest to Peking
against the Kowloon railway loan,
which they say Is particularly advant
ageous to the foreigners. They claim
that the benefits should go exclusively
to the Chinese.
JAPANESE ADVI8ER8 STAY
Shanghai, Dec. 4. The agreement
for the IruuBfer of Newchwang hack
to the Chinese provides for the with
drawal ot the Jupanese troops but the
retention of Japanese advlsem In all
You are not dresssd correctly, ac
cording to the prevailing style, If your
suit la not of dark material.
Call here and we will help you se
lect the correct color-tone.
THE 'QUALITY OF OUR 00008
18 AS CORRECT A8 THE COLOR!.
The first try-on will prove that w4)
can fit you.
W. W. Abiu t Co.,
tl King 81.
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