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Pacific Thlid V r-
Oceanic Second Degree. KiiTJfl f
( nose Crolx-Regular-0 p. in , TrToid niccTl O K
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, Lelaloha Chapter-Regular. . HL1 VtLW i 1 fc-
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. All vl-lttng member of tbs ,.$i35alt C 1 I
E order aro cordially luvlted to at- --f iilTllF r"5 i
I tend meetings of local lodges. ' A vT.TS.AS. - - 6
I I . , . ll11l H4UIW" I T . A I
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HARMONY LODGE, No,
Mtoti every Monday evening at 7:S0
Ui 1 () O irUu.1. Kort (itrwet.
i: It IIKNMIY Setrelary.
C () III) I 111.. N (J
All vleltlbK bro'liira vtry rordlally
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f f.
Mcftt every Tuesday ivenlng
ill In i
1 3D o'i oik u K. of r. nail
iln.'ot. Vlr.ltlnir brothers cordially In i
vltrd to uttend.
O. J. WHITHHEAR, O.C.
y. WAl.DHON, K.K.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Metts every Krldr.y evenlric l
K. 1". Hall, Kins street. t 7.3U. Mem
hers of Mystic l-ode, No. 2, Win. Mo
ICluley l.oJgo. No. 8, anj visltlbx
brctlitra cordially Invited.
A. D. UOND, C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.H.B.
HONOLULU LODQC 01B, B. P. 0. E. '
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, D. V. 0. H . I
will meet In their ball, .in Miller1
mil IleretanU streets, every Krlday
l)v order of the V. It.
HAHRY 11. SIMPSON,
IT. B. MUKtlAT, E.R. I
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday venln( at
1:W o'clof'x In K. of P. Hall, KlnE
s'rtet. Vltltlue brotbors cordially In
vll- to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.U.S.
IONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
Ueets on the 2ud and 4th V.T.DNUH
OAY evenlnus of each month at 7:30
b'clock In K. of P. Hall, King streL
VUltlaie Uaglea are Invited tp t
flAM McKKAOJE, W.P.
II. T. MOOitK. W Socy. i
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I.
o. r. m. i
Meets every second and fourth
fllinAY of each month In I. 0. O. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F DRAKR. Sachem.
A. K MURPHY, C. of R. i
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 603, Y. M. I. ,
Meets evory second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month ut San An.onlo
HnJJ VlHltlne brothers cordially in
(Rd to attond. I
T. y. McTIOIIK, I'rcs.
K. V. TODU. 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 " lldw
7 QU-CCN ST.
TEL. MAIN 47.
C. W. 2EIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mads to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid , to JpB WORK, and reoaln
txecuted dt sKortett notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractln and Jobbing, ,
Houtepaintlng, Paperhanglng, Grain- I
Ing, Kalsomtnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD. .
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office: Mclntyre Blda., Honolulu, T.H. ,
P. O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
938 FORT ST.
BBT BULLETIN ADS. PAY
l. I. O. O. r. '?rV72- isri"
1 'U4ico etifaii"
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If you want gold, diver
or uron;e paints, or any
kind of enamel for decora
tive purpose:, call on us.
HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE
STOCK IN THE CITY.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET,
For Over 60 Years
nuvuiiiii; i3yrui Eg
nn 1lpn utril for ovr mvTv'
yi:aks nv millions cf M.-.th.r E
lS'O, with perfect ittcceu. IT E3
hOOTHi:S tbo CHILD. 601"rt!NS e3
tho (1UMP, ALLAYS all pain, E
CURUS WIND COLIC, and It tho E
U(t remedy for I)IAKUI1U:a. Sold E3
ty I)ru(Ti:Ul In every part of Iho El
vorld. Jlo Huro and rile for Mrs.
Wlnfilow'ii lloothlnir ftyrupand tako 4
no i.tbcr kind. Cau a Dottle. j
An OIcS and Well-fried Remftdy
HAELINE FACE CREAM
Excellent for sunburn, roughness
the skin and for removing
TOR SALE BY
MlVS.DoriS E. Paris
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m ;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp Union, Arlington blk.
TOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
At Reduced Prlceo until after Xmas.
King and Hotel Streets.
I Nuuanu bet.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1348 FORT STREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at tha
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice.
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI
rar,"For Rent" cards on sale at
"CCX'jthe Bulletin office.
LOCAL iNDJENEtiL !
To have and to bold after you have
ceaned to use or to need Ic uiirtlt
dom A liulktlii want ad is your rem.
Amos for blio nt Ter Stables
Why not ask for Hoal llutter at P
J Day it I'n '
Hem rnp of coffee In the city New
Mrs (Ico Hawkins, diftmiiaHcr ha
i mof-il In Knplolatil, tor King St
rini1 hIidoi for iiipii'h v.nir Hvc l.ui-
uf:u luri'it' Blioo C'o'h ud on fr i.;
A bunch of l.ty nn mUurtlsi'il na ,
lost Itvturn lo tills nllliu mill icieho
Nf Jtl fiirnlBlifd I lis nt llii- I'd))-
tilur il, $l.fju nud
(Mini IajiIe'. No 1. K of p. will,
liKet tiililKht nl 7 .10 ii'dock in K. of
I' Unit. Kins Mreet. '
'I ho photo exhibit nt the Promotion
CoiiiiiiKIio's looms will In; opiii from'
7 i in to 10 p. m. lodny I
Trrat )oiir Iron roof to :i eo.it of
' Arublr." 1uui Is nn bet'i'i piemen
nlivu maun i-.iiiioriu:i rxul ..
The only lle, rorii-feil tlllkeys Hi'
lown nre those nt tin; Metiopolltt !,
Meal Co You bad betttr order ono u-
Ul(ili (' Cooiiey, liRMiclale dllor of
tlie Unite i:eulnt; Neue of llutte
I lo'il . Is III town lie will ktn awhile
! mul iIkii cii to Jjp.111
Krgul.ir business iin'itliu: of the
.Si'utltRh Thistle Club this eeului; In
I lis room i In the Oregon block, mruer
of I'lilon nod Hotel streets
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W (.'
Ili;ln ArrommoihitlonK. xupplles
and utloniliiiKe nbolutely first cIiihh
KlneKl ImthlUR on thn bench
The hoard of Miicr Ikiirrt of the Piee
KludeiRaiten and Children's Aid Asso
ciation held Its monthly mettliiK ut
I V ?M this morninx In the Y V (' A
C lledeniniiu, luaiinKer of tho Ho
'nuliilu 1 1 on Works. rUumed today uu
I I In; Miiuiin Iki from Walluliii, shoru
! lie ullm-'MM-'il the startlui; up of tho
num. Hiiunr mill.
The next lneetlui; of the l!ildP)e
Club of Hawaii will bu held ut Hie rc
liltnee of Mr ulid Mrs V. C Wteilou.
1 1717 lllntth.iiu stieit. nt 7:to o'clock
Tuesday e cuing. December II.
' The Seasldti bus plenty of soil
I .nurds, surf ujuoes, C.iiiudluu tanoes
'etc, Willi li u I u at the disposal of Its
I KiHi.tH Hemeuilitir that the best balh
1 Inc. ami tliH best sutf for bo.nil riding U
I dliettly 111 fiont of the Seaside.
Tho Nilhau arrived ilurlni; tho nlnlit
Itroni Kuual ports with two paHHeiiKerH
ami ii small amount of fi eight. She'
'leportH tlni) leather on the tnunrd
! trip, hut wind and heavy rain on her,
I ni rival at Ahiiklnl and Amihola. I
i There will hu a men's Mitlal lit the!
V M C A Monday iiIkIu. Music b
Hid Diamond Heads; rerltiillon. Mi
liruio Hnrtmiili, leKciilenmln. by Mr.
It A. Chiirtou; cymiiUHtlc stiintH. hy'S
Kilne of the (; inii.iBtorH, lolleKe soiikj, ,
I fun ami lefreHhments. i
Piof Ueutoii, In cluirKe of :i;rliMil-
I title under lliu (' S Depiirlment of Ab
lllcilltllle, Is expeiteil to iinle 111 Ilu
I noliilu the 101 li or 11th of December.
ami nil parties Interested III bee Iteep
I IliK inn Imlteil In meet ut the otllu: in
i the Paliiln l.iunl mul lintuovemviit Co..
loom -i. Mclutyre hulldliiK, on Satur-1
ila. Dei ember h, at S o'clock 111 the
mornitiK for the puriKiso of forniluc a
iiiinponii) organization and to prc-paie'
plans to eiiKrtnlu Prof Ileiitou ilurliij;
I his short IMl W I.. Ilouaril Is lliCi
I lemjiorary secretary of the pioposcd
i iisMiclallon uud he, with otheix, Is mm '
tlrciilalliiK a iiaper for tun slKmilures
of thoe ileslious of Joining ami thiiki
iiidliiK this growing ImliiHliy
A report from llllo xays that the
Hoard of SupenUois of Hawaii has in
structed the County Attorney to briiiB
JiiniecilliiKK, If possible, ugaliiKl Ian
Ttnltoiy, lo compel Hut fxpcuillliiro
of sums upprupiluled for loads In lla-
i wall hut whleb the admlnlulintlon dc-
elded not to Hpeud. Mr Molr tlm dn
fuiled Hepiihlhuii uinilliliile for Hup
ertlsor, will not umlext the eleilloii
HAWAII COUNIV MAV I
He sa)s be hcllues tbein has been noslstlug mainly of sum ojex mil
fraud und does not want to take ad-, measles 'IIiIh Ik true ui I nub of the
wiiitagi! of a technicality. i school lu this city hut Ihioughoiil the
W. W, llrniinr tho well-known coMschooh theie huwi been iloseil by older,
lee planter of Kenlakckim, Komi, Ha-jof the lliunl uf Education, which Ik
wail, wan liailly hint lu u runaway au-j winking In conjunction with the lliunl
thlent liisl Monday, news of whle li ( oj Heiillli.
was brought by thu Manna l.ou thlsl
""ornlug. MORTON ON BARRACOUTA
It iiupiuis Unit thu breaking of u
part or tho harness frightened a Inn ho1 Hi my E. Moilon, who wus tlilef ulll
which Hi unci wus driving, and it got jeer or the big liner Muncbuihi lor
be) mid his conttol. Ilruner was seeial )caia, bus been appointed
thrown fiom tho vhlclu. One. of his comtmimlei of thu Paclllc Mull slcum
curs wus utmost severed from bis head er Hairacoutu, which is lo soon sail
and bo lucclwid other Injuiies, noun of ' for Pannniu The now chief olllcur of
whh h uiu futul, hoeer. j tliu Manchuria Is n Mr Hathaway.
' latel) in tho seivlco of tho Moigan
DOI.E-DR'KEY At Jamaica Plain
lloHton, Niuembcr Ti, lUOfi. by llev.
ChaileH Hole, Miss lit Hu Dickey to
Mr James II. Dole, both of Honolulu.
Km' . " 1 1. h' '. " V
A. N. SANFORD,
l BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STRUCT,
Over May Co,
r-r 4 si,?Jiiit4.M ijti.u-i.wii '3.t.jiii-m'rrKiiiti. idirw '-z)mtm
t j'tiorTiiv i 7 r"n MALidwi'rriM.LftiJia r -. rwrrzMim
"'- ' nrTr "7& rr"f trgi'ii r sSS- j
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORK8.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO.. 17G-180 KINQ OTflEET. PHONE 287.
1 i ia i I i . I i I I m
The Very Latest In Hawaiian
Just the thing tor a Chrlstmae precent
A Hawaiian eal Ring
The only one In the market
Jewelry and Curios,
1054 FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
- " """ "" M" "'-
Send Your Friends on the
an assorted box of the new season's fresh fruits, cuch as
Oranges. Apples, Lemons,
RONCOVIERI'S HIGH GRADE ASSORTED CHOCOLATE AND
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES,
IN 1-2, 1 AND 2 lb. BOXES
Roncovlerl's Candles have sprung up clnce the San Francisco
earthquake and arc the finest In the market.
We pack these things to make them CHRISTMAS BOXES In
looko as well as reality.
J. M. Levy &Co.j
SICKNESS IN SCHOOLS
eioidlug lo the lepirts whhh e me
Into tho lliunl of Education there l a
gieal deal of sickness among die
school Lhlldieii of the 'leiiiuu), i.ai-
; entile lenltory Wiilauae. t'uua to
.be In bid Hhnpe, on one ijiiiiMom lu
Noeiuher theiu being only la puplU
I present out of u class of i,n
Kuual, Hawaii unci Maul all u-poit
much sli'liueNs In tho schools, on III"
lattu Ibhtnil dlplilhtlia being unusual
ly piewilcnt On IIiIh mcouiit hitNeial
line on the Atlantic coast. Captain
Mill Ion Is not only well known on thn
Mam Inn la, but on tho l'anaina steam
239"For Rent" cards on salt at
the Bulletin office.
IT8 HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI.
ALTRED BATE8, M, A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, Edltor.i Chief;
The Drama icllluetrited with hundreds of fine reproduction! of
woild famous paintings.
Bound In red half Morocco, with onyx sides, In 20 volumes.
With this set there will be given complimentary, "The World's
Fifty Great Operss" Introduced by Oulseppe Verdi, bound in five
tieautlful portfolios, elegantly Illustrated.
The combination of "The
make a library In Itself or a
SOLD TOR CASH OH EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
WM. C. LYON CO., LTD,
Fort and Hotel
and seal rings are appreciated by
LARGE SUGAR CARGO
The luteiVsluud Kteuiuer Mauun
l.o.i auheil at C:4U Ibis morning front
Hawaii und Maul ports with a fair
sized passenger list und a laigo cargo
of Height, Including JO.VI bags of su
gur, !8!) lugs of tolTee, lift head of cut
lie, 1 Inn He, 1! cows and 1 culf, besides
a laigo aniiiuiit or miscellaneous
height lioth the out ward ami I it
wunl o)uges weio marked by good
I'uiHor.l. I,, I'lli'l teports the follow
Ing sugar list: Kukiiihuelo, r.OU bags;
ilouuupo, lull; Puaiiluiii, SUO,
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 lengths of good
tobacco and the wrapper Is genuine
Imported leaf. Why Not Try It?
Sole Honolulu Agents.
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT SI'S.
Drama" with "The Great Operas"
valuable addition of any library.
Gov. Carter Sees Man
Markets Open To
On the progress made lu shipping
fruit (lovernor Carter's report says:
"Under tho auspices of Him United
Htales Kxperlment Station measures
have heen tukeu for the proper euro
ami marketing of Hawaiian fiesb
fruits, with Han Krancisc-o as n basu
of distribution, which it Is confidently
Fxpeeted will put an end to difficulties
wherewith this portion of Hawaii's ex
poll trade has been huudlcappcd here
tofore. An experiment mado In send
ing packages of the inoiu perlshablo
Hawaiian fruits to the Governors of
Washington, Oregon, Montana, Colo
rado und Idaho, and lo the representu
then of the commercial bodies lu
those States, has proved that marketH
fur Inland from the Pacllft: Coast may
hu supplied with a variety of our lus
cious subtropical fruits in their natur
al state and In perfect condition. Sam
ples of fresh Hawaiian pineapples
lunu been expressed even to Wash
ington, I). C, and New York, arriving
lu prime condition.
"Ono of the new products appearing
In the trade statistics of thu Tenltory
Is sisal fibre. Experts have pronounc
ed thu Hawaiian article to bu of thu
ery best. Several incorporated com
panies aro now operating rubber plan
tations, a large area In the uggregatu
being under eultUatloii and -tho tree
giowths pi utilising good )leld. To
bacco Is also -very likely lo appear
soon. Experiments mudu on a largo
stale by tho Federal Kxperlment Sta
Hon management buu produced to
baccos of excellent merchantable qual
ities, a considerable output of tho ex
perimental farm having been taken by
u Seattle cigar manufactory. Expert
tobacco planters buvo iu the meantime
taken up lauds for raising the article,"
The Territorial Grand Jury madci Its
report to Judge Lindsay this morning
uud thirteen iiidlitmeiits were placed
on the secret file. Ilenrh warrants
weiu Issued uud will be returnable to
moriow when the uriests hae been
It Is staled that there are no sensa
tional i uses among the Indictments
which have been returned, that of Ma
ten Colon, who tried to kill a nurse nt
the Japanese hospital ami u man ut u
Japanese hotel, being pel hups thu most
Intel estlug of the lot.
Temperutuiis -', a in., 7K; li u. in.,
7H, 10 a. in., 75, noon, 77; morning
lluiouieter, H a III. 30.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 7.UI7 grains per
uiblc foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
X2 percent; dew point, 8 a. m., 7U.
Wind i! a. in., velocity 12, dliectlou
N. E ; H a. in., velocity 4, illtecllou S.;
Ill il, in., velocity 3, dliectlou S. E.;
noon, velocity 3, dliectlou S.
Rainfall dm lug 21 hours ended ii
ii m , 00 Inch. ' ,
Total wind movement during 21
bonis ended ut noon, 13U miles.
WM II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. U. S. Wnuther Uureau.
Walter I.. Sheldon, Lecturer for ihu
Ethical Society ot St. Louis, Jiuu till
iilshed lor "Ethical Addresses" for
June (1115 Locust street, Philadel
phia) "A Sentiment lu Verse for Ev
ery Day lu the Year." Tho compila
tion hns been carefully uud tastefully
done up to May 2d. 1 would suggest
that at tho end of thu ) ear's quota
tlons theru bo a list of tho authors
leprcseiited. Most of (ho poems can
bu "placed," but some will be now tr
Now Taken Hand In
Tho Meeting of tho Promotion Com
uiltlee was taken up ngnlu nl half oast
three yestenlay afternoon and was
honored by the presence of Beeielary
Atkinson. Thote who were present
nt the meeting were Chairman Mc
CandlesB. V C. Smith, A. Hartley. J. P
Morgan, I'. I,. Wnldron and Secretary
Wood The minutes of the last meet
ing weie read and npproved.
Secretary Atkinson was called upon
for suggestions and said that he
thought It would he a good advertise
ment for the Promotion Committee to
hold a Regatta Day celebration on
New Year's Day, nud hue a canoe
taco exhibition out nt Walklkl and
along the beach from tlm Moanu hoi' I
to llrowu's residence. He said the
annual regatta day celebration In Sep
tember has always been successful and
thought that this also would be a suc
cess. Mr llerlschu of the Moanu hotel,
he culd. was perfectly willing lo sup
port the view lakin by the secretary
and promised that ho would wind up
the celebration with a dance at the
hotel. Iiolh Prince Cujilil and Mr.
Young ara enthusiastic over the propo
rtion ami would like to see the sug
gestion pulled through,
y. C. Smith suggested that tho Island
canoe riders be hulled to take part in
the celebration and was heartily ap
irened. Stvrelary Atkinron said that
the New Year legatta day celebration
should be continued yearly and not
Hop after tho first trial. At the con
clusion of Atkinson's suggestion
J. F Morgan moed that a committee
of two bo appointed ami upon receiv
ing a second, the chair Immediately
appointed Morgan und K U Wnldiou
on thu committee,
Mr. Chime wus Introduced to the
committee by Mr. Wood. He addressed
the Promotion Committee on many
subjects uud particularly emphasized
his rpcech cm the mlwrllslng tnagatliie
scheme which he thought would prove
u success If it were taken up by Hie
committee. He said he was uot ask
lug fur uuy subsidy but meicly endeav
oring to get the support from thu com
mottec. He sulci If hu could get a suf
ficient number, say about 1000 sub
trrihers. It would hu acceptable to
htm. In resHiuso to u question uslied
by thn Committee, Mr. Chase said that
the magazine would hold about eighty
jiages. He s.uoku of Mrs. Weatherrcd's
successful work In tho Hue uf the ad
vertising magazine ami Nald that she
would come here in February with a
lurgc number of tourists. In closing
Mr. Chase suggested that It might be u
good thing to hao u tourist bureau,
where necessary Information could bo
obtained eusliy. He Uanked the com
mittee for the opportunity given hllu.
A. Hartley uskc. thut hu might be
lelleved from thu Kloral Cominltt
und suggested that an organization of
automobjlc club might bo n good
scheme io work ou. He said ho could
r.ot be able to bo piesent at thu coming
celebration us he would w away then.
Thu matter wus put over for a week.
Secretin y Wood lead u letter from
Mr. Stuff of Sydney which wns taken up
by thu lommllien which suggested that
mom Information shuiild be gotten be.
foru any steps weru, taken.
Blank books of all torts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by tbe IlulltUn Pub
S'ou are not dressed correctly, ac
cording to the prevailing style, If your
suit Is not of dark material.
Call here and we will help you ie
I lect the correct color-tone.
! THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS
IS A8 CORRECT A8 THE COLORS.
I The first trv-on will Drove that wt
can fit you.
W. W. Abana & Co.,
62 King SL
PHONE BLUE 2741. ?. O. Box 8
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