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r.VRNlNfl iWLT.HTlN, I10N0I.tII.t1. T tl.. MONDAY, DHC. 10, lfitW.
W n F. K L Y CALENDAR
Pacific Stated Election.
Rose Croix Communication
Honolulu Comm.inelery Rcgu.
lar 7:30 p. in.
All vlalUiiR nicinbara of th
order uro cordially luvlted to at
tend meetings o' local lodge.
HARMONV LODQE, No. , I. 0. 0. F.
Meets evetr Monday evening at 7:80
In I 0.0 11 Han, Fort street.
U It 1 1 KNUR Y. Secretary.
C. O nonr.u N. 0.
All visiting bro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. af P.
M"ti every Tuesday evening at
J: 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. K!nr
street. Vlsltlur brothers cordially In
vitee to attend.
0. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
F. VALDRON, K.R.3.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. af P.
Meets every Frldr.y cvenlrg at
K. I'. Hull. Kins street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic LocUe, No. 2, Win. Me
Klnley I.odgo. No. 8. and visiting ,
brothers cordially Invited. ,
A. U. 1I0ND. C. C.
.. 3. KENWAY. K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE tit, I. P. 0. E. '
Honolulu Lodgo No. 618, B. P. O. H.,
Kill meet In their hall, on Miller I
and Ileretanla streets, every Friday
Dy order of the K. n. '
HAItltY 11. SIMPSON,
H. E. MUIHUT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.if P.
Meets every aattirday evening at
1:50 o'clock IrK. of P. Hall, King
'rt.t. Vlnltlil brotbers cordially In
iriti (o att'ail.
. ;jLi JOHNSON. U.C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.U.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. I.
Meets on tbe 2nd and 4th WUDN1CS-
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hal), King streL
Visiting Kaclei are Invited te tl
DAM McKEAO JE. W.P.
II. T. MOOllK. W Sscy.
Hawaiian trihn. 1. 1. o. m. I
Uui. vr urnnil anrt (Mirth
miDAY of each month In I. O. O. T-.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to '
attend. , i
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem. I
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R. '
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets overy socond nnd fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San An onio
HaJl. Vlsltlnir brothers cordially In
tfTld to attend.
T. 1 McTlOHE. Trcs.
K. V. TODD. Secy.
W 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
7 QUCENpST. bqx TEL. MAIN 47.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS I
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and do-1
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler work i
and RIVETEU PIPES for Irrigation i
purposes a specialty. Particular alen-.
tlon paid , to JOB WORK, and repairs
txscuted at shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobblna,
Housepnlntlng, Paperianglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
'.tracts. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
. - . . .. . , , ,
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In-
Olfice: MeK Bldn?.UHonolulu. T.H.
P. O. DOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
933 FORT ST.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
j? . yK I -1
Hi'-l r i
."I1"'! T'f"" t-. P Hi tH
r Tree Ol J Dlend VJ 3h
.ttSSSHl U v5
Mt1B MCLJ tlUJ
. kn r cm rni
If you want gold, Oliver
or bronze paints, or any
kind of enamel for decora
tive purposes, call on us.
WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE
STOCK IN THE CITV.
T A.T-rr..n Qt (.,.
i6W6rS 06 V-OOK6
. KING STREET.
For Over 60 Years
im rooming tsyrap
has been rd for over blXTV
YliAUrt l)V MlU.IOKH ot Moth.M
Willi nerfort turfwu. IT
- ... w tT-1f lu ..... t,lf r Lt1.v.t-XtU
fa thi OU.M3, ALt.AS all pain,
&3 CUM'.; WIND COLIC, and li tliu
23 lLtremMyforl)!AlKIlii:A. Sold
wnrlil. ll.i tir.i nml Milf fnr Xlrc
k. vinlow'B,ioihIni-fiyruppd take
I'lUH UJ1M. A HUM tl KU..C.
fin Old and WdHrlcd Rcinf d)
Has a Big Stock of Toys.
Cor. FORT and BERETANIA STS.
HAZELINE FACC CREAM
for sunburn, roughness of
skin and tor removing
freckles, grown-ups und young. Suitable) gifts
FOR SALc' BY i '"r ,,lal,,g nl"' children.
I Wm. Stilt of tho Caiiadlaii-Austra-MfJS.
Doris E. PflrlS , Han 8. S. line, who has promised to
I . . -s. ...
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY,
Olfice hours Week days, till 5 p.m.; ahead to Secietary Wood of tlie Piomo
Sundays by appointment. j I Ion Coinmltteo to have a supply of
F. L. TERGUSON, D. D, S., Manager, I photographs of scenery of the Islands
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk. ' from wlilrh lautein slides may lie pre
FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
qosTON BLOG., FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PREC6ED FOR
SO C BINTS
PHONE MAIN 437.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J4C FORT 0TREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
TEL. MAIN 473.
. ror JapaneM c00kSi waiters, omen
for housework and help for day work,
,uppcd on ,nort nol,Hce,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Half of your present clgar-money '
spent In Bulletin want-advertising -and
you will toon be able to smoke
twice ac good cigars! ,
Autos for brie at Tcr. Stables.
Kulon plantation will begin cutting,
Uest cup of lottce in tlie city New
Mrs Ceo. Hawkins, dressmaker, lias1
moved to Kaplotanl cor King St.
Ewa plantntlou will begin working
on lis ISO" crop tlu first of tlic )ear. l
A light lop wagon suitable for deliv
ery lu for sale See ad tills Issue.
' llailuony Lodge. No. 3, I O. O. !' , i
meets tonight at 7:30 In l. t). O I'
I The water In Knplolanl Park Is be-1
' Itig Kepi low In anticipation of fresh
Neatly fiimlsheil looms at the Pop-1
ular $1, SI.KO anil 2 per week. I'il3
i Port street. I
Those sweaters for .Misses nnd Inilleal
at Khlers arc all the rage now. New
line Jiif t received.
Iii-Firvii your orders for Christmas
candles and lionbons until the opening
of the Alexander Young Cafe '
! "Arabic keeps Iron roofs free from
ml and purifies rnln wnter. (Hvo It
n trial and be convinced. California
I Kicel Co. .agents.
i Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W C
llerr.ln. Accommodations, siiiplles
nnd atlendaiire absolutely first claim
Kluesl bathlui; cm the beach.
A probate nutlcu In the matter of the
estate of Jas. II. Walpullanl of Wnlo
blnii. Hawaii, deceased. Is published In
Sachs' ribbon sale begins todu) ;
drapery and kimono silks, l-'reiich clial
lley. mid printed batistes aim on sale
at special prices.
The llrlllsh steamer llproui. of the
Watts-Watts line of Umdoii Is due In
auhe soon from Newcastle with a
cargo of coal.
The American bark Kinlly P. Willi
ney. Captain (loodmuti, uriiMil at Ka
Iniliil yesterday iiiorniug, nineteen dait
out from lluicka.
The annual business meeting of the
l-'idlc Poi-lely of Central IJnloii Cliurcli
will he held at 10 o'clock on Thursday
liioniliiB. December Ulll.
, i ouiury oruers lor nuiei h can-
dies 'will, until the opening of tliel
I Alexander Young Cafe, be taken cam
I,,f ')' '" Hatiini-Young Co.. Ltd
TIim Seaside has plenty ot surl
Licmics. surr taiiiii'U. canau a u eauues
eti , which are at Hi" disposal of lt
guests, ltcinemhvr that the best bath
lug und the best surf for board riding Is
directly ill front of the Senslibt,
iiiviiaiiniis urn oui ior uiu r uium- (
tern Day memorial exercises, which
will lio held at tliu Katiiehameha school
! chapel ul 8 p. in., Duzcmhur 1Mb, A
luail will be gUell III honor of the nc-1
caslon ill the Hoys' School Wednesday,!
December VJ, at ':'' p. in
I While tlw dismal weather jesterday
luadn the city a in city ijulct place, the
Kaimiikl Zoo wuk not at all afflicted
I by the general dullness The lohiui
i iiilnlet, which played during the af
ternoon, attracted a largo croud, and
the animals provided entertainment
I for old and jouug as usual
' "' "" " miw '" ciimmiei
able local prominence and had for liuj
carK been cook for tliu family of W. ,
t! Irwin. Theiu weie twenty-one car-1
Iilnei-H hi lite fiineritl nroiPKHlnii when
it left thu house uud they came down
King street with the. usual heating in
gongs uud discordant blowing uf
I Tl' ,'l0!it "rlgliiul and nttractlvii ;
i candy packages, comic and ornament-1
"' will he a. feature! of the Alexander
Young Cafe. Packuges lo satisfy
I boost Hawaii lu the promotion litem-
I turo Issued bv thai comnanv. will nass
through here this week en route to
llritlsh Columbia, where lie will he
i permanently located. He has written
Tim Kiimchnmchn Alumni Associa
tion held lis legulur monthly meeting
nt Us dull house) lust Friday evening
An Invit'ilioii was extended to tbe
members to attend thn Pounder's Day
exercises und luail nl tho Kamtiliamelm
schools Dec, 19. Thos. Treadway, II. .1.
AhIiI, A. Kauliikoii, S. Kukamiirii. II.
llanakalil und .1. S. K. Ciislilugham!
wein upiiolnted as li lommlltcc to ur-j
riinge n smoker and eiilertalumeut for
thu members and their friends on New
Watch for tlie Alexander Young;
Cafe's nil, next Saturday.
Japanese fi lends gavn a dinner lust
.Saturday ut the Mochlzukl Club to Mar
shal Hendry lu honor of his birthday
anniversary. Among tho guests weiu
.Mr. und .Mrs. Ilieckous, Mr, and Mrs.
.1. .1. Dunne, U. S. lmmlgrulluu Com-
mlssloner Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
linn, Mr. ami Mis. .1. (I, Pratt, Mr. ntiel
.Mrs. Eel Town-, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Rliouds, Mr, nnd Mrs. Gocty, Mr. and
Mrs. a. W. Knight, Mr. nnd Mis. C.
Shlozawa, .Miss C. Sackett, T. Ouodero,
Miss Ccitrudei Knight, Miss I'loieucii
Tiiwso, i:vcl)ii Uibckous, Mnrgaiet
Diiiiiiu, Jessie llou, Marguerite Rlioads.
KAPULANl-Iii this city, Dec. 1U,
IHOii, lo Mr. mid .Mrs. W. P. Kapu
laul, u sou,
A. K. SWORD,
BOSTON DUILDINO, TORT STREET,
Qve( M & Cg
i x v?:a-.
iva - jvmi f.rftstiis ! i-rMarTm -HLiir.i AiTrmj-tM
MONUMENTS, SAFC8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NCXT TO YOUNG DLD0-. 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
The Very Latest In Hawaiian
Just the thing tor a Christmas present
A Hawaiian Seal Ring
The only ono in the market
Jewelry and Curios,
' 10M FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
, , , )
Is as good as the next man's and there Is no real
reason why you should not get Its worth. A suit selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just airlved, Is a guar.ntie that
you get "Your Money's Worth." We make them up to your
measu'e at ready to-wear prices.
Our Suits for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin.
PHONE -185 MAIN
COMPOSER'S WIDOW ILL
H.iMeutli, (iermuny. Dev. K Kiui
Ciislma Wagner, the widow uf Wlllieliu
Itlcliaul Wagner, thu gri-.u composei'.
Is dangeioiisly 111,
Peklin;. Dei'. X. The onlnloii of the
Chlnete olllcluls is In agieement with
the views expiessed by President
Hooscncli leg.iidlug Hie .luinm-Mi lu
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Dec. 8.
SUGAR: 88 analysis beets, 9s 3-lcl.
S.in I'laiiclsco, Dec, 8. Thn license
of Captain S. Hinders has been sus-
j pcnilcd for llto mouths for unskillful
seamanship lu gioiiiullug the Pacillc
i Mall S. S. Maiichillla on thn Wiillua-
' luilo icef. near Honolulu
Mlnot, Not tli Dukotn, Dec. 8. A s
lions fuel fumlun exists tliiiiughout thu
Northwest Only passenger trains uiu
being updated on tliu rallioads.
LOOK TO SHAW
New Ymk, Dec. S. ll.ink Htntemeiitii
slum a total or $i;,70",UUil Icsh than tho
legul leseno. Wall street Is hopeful
that Secutiiry of tliu Tieasury Shuw
T - -W-tv X
I LP10 A HEADS
BJB i - g? - 1- '-uir.J - i I.U.XS.HI li
ITS HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI
ALFRED BATES, M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, Cdltor-lr. Chief;
The Drama la lllustnted with hundreds of fine reproductions of
world famous paintings.
Bound In red half Morocco, with onyx tides, In 20 volumes.
Win, this et (her will ho
fifty Great Operas" Introduced
beautiful portfolios, elegantly
The combination of "The Drama" with "The Great Operas"
make a library In Itself or a valuable addition of any library.
SOLD TOR CASH OR EASY MONTHLY PAYMCNT8.
WM. C. LYON CO., LTD,,
Fort and Hotel Streets (upstairs)
and seal rings are appreciated by
will lellevo tho stringency by the tie
posit of treasury funds.
San I-'rnnrlsi ii, Dec. S. The school
tcacheis of this city have organized a
Washington. Dec. 8. llellamy Sluier
hits addressed a sensational letter to
Piesldeiil Koosuvclt, accusing hllu ut
liicouslstcncy In dismissing the writer
lulu llio position of Ambassador to
PERISH IN SQUALL
Toklo, Dec. II. A number of sampaui
have been caught III a squall and sixty
persons ill owned.
Sh.uigliul, Dee. U. Revolullon.iri
uud iinti-feiielgu ilots liuvii biokeu oi.t
ill the pi (H luce of Klangsl. PoielgiiMrt.
AROUND THE DAM
Impel Ul, Cal Dec. H. Tim Color.ulc
liver bus bioken a channel uiouiul .lie
dam and is again pouring iulu the .Sal
Austila. Hu denies that his wife med
dled lu any way lu' politics.
HUNGRY AND LAWLES8
l.odz, Dec . Thlily thousand per-
nluen rnmnllmentarv. "The Warld'a i
by Gulseppe Verdi, bound In .five I
PARTY WILL TAKE UP
MCCnCIYI Cf.lCI ITIAM
Tlio Republican Central Committee's
subcommittee on legislation wlt hold
ii meeting at headciuartern this even
ing. It Is the purpose to dlscusn the
legislation deslied to be taken up nl
the coming session of the Legislature,
nlong the lines outlined I, the plat-
lorin of the Rcpubllcuii party. A gen
eral discussion of the matter will be
Indulged lu, whereafter, In all prob
ability, tlie different measures, whlih
ll Is desired to pass up to the lA'glsla-
ture with recuininendallous, will be dls -
trlhiiled to tliu different members ot
tliu (oinuilttee. The purpose! Is thn I
they shall look c.iiefully Into the mat -
Iltk usslgned to them, uud repent lu
detail Ihc-rccm to thu committee, which,
after taking the matter up In session.
will repeal on their findings to thu ex
ecutive committee of the Central Com
mittee. The members of the sub-iommlttiu
are us follows: (' tl. Ilalleiilyue, cliulr
maii, 1' W. Mtii-farl.iue. .1. K. Nahalu
of Hawaii, repiesented by pioxy held
by IC. A. C. Long; Knlul, of Kauai, rep.
lenehlcd by proxy by Charles Hopkins,
Jr., uud I-:. J. Crawfoid. Wm. Havldge
Is secretary ex-otllclo. The meeting
will be exei'lllUe.
Wlllet & dray, under date of No
vember .:!. give (i summary of the lira
zlllau coffee) situation and add:
Coffee) on its own Intrinsic merits.
i.fin.l linxtttitlt Inu? iitlrn lui.iiv ,.n,i.
" ; - ,', " ;- " -"
numpuou nun iiismni prospects oi me
next crop, Is worthy of u considerable
improvement lu value, and the near
future Is likely to see deeloiiments lu
this way. Pessimism will glte place to
a natural appreciation of this stuple,
tin- cheapest of all commodities, and
especially lu these) days of great pros
perity In every other direction "
Kolialu, Hawaii, Dec. 10. Tho Ka
paaii baseball team defeated tho Ko
lialu team In tho big gntue. The score
was fifteen to threo In favor of Ka
paaii. A big ciowd witnessed thu
A very enjoyable concert given In
tho sugar room al Kohala In aid of
tho .Mormon church building at Hotio
makaii was well attended and netted
u constduiablo sum.
sons hcie are without foiMl. lawless
ness Is Increasing.
Washington, Dec. 9. President
Roosevelt lias written a letter to the
Cabinet, denying tho charge of duplic
ity brought against him by Iletlumy
.iiuici. cue luiti .iimmnniiiiui it, ui-ni.
He also denies Hint he authorized Stiii'-i
er lo ieiiiest the Pone to make Ar'.'l
bishop Ireland a Cardinal.
Palls, Dee. 1). -The lellglous i rlsl I
ban become alarming Tlie Pope has
lejected tlie tlovernmeiit's pioffei- of
contliiiiuuco of public worship under
thu lumiuoii law.
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 lengtha of good
tobacco and the wrapper Is genuine
Imported leaf. Why Not Try It?
Sole Honolulu Agents,
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT 8T3.
Parker Holds Forth In
Joy In Police
Ab l,0 rM"lt ' 'ho victory given to
laukea by the Supreme Court yester
day there was a rather Interesting
seancu at the police station yesterday
In which the chief actor was Senior
Captnln Parker, who lias served un
der Sheriff Drown for many years nnd
worked for laukea. According to the
story which Is current on the matter.
Captain Parker started to celebrate
the defeat of tils benefactor on Sat
urday night and succeeded to the
; queen's taste. He. accumulated a slzz
that was a wonder, and It was a stay
er, too, for the final stage one com
posed of both anger and tears was
not toadied till the next day.
The quarrelsome stage was reached
on Sunday, when the Captain decided
that he was Sheriff himself, and took
complete charge, of nil in sight, even
going so far as to demand certain
Pvate' papers belonging to Sheriff
lirown, which wero lu the custody of
Stenographer 11, Vnn Ulesen. The
latter was not exactly In the same
frame of mind lu regard to giving the
papers as was desired by the self
styled Sheriff, who maje tho assertion
that when Sheriff lirown was not pres
ent or Assistant Sheriff Vida, ho was
In complete authority and could look
through any papers or other records
that were in the station, no matter
to whom they belonged, ,
Upon Van (llesen's refusing to give
up the papers in iniestlnii, Parker or-
dcred him to get out of tho station.
Van Oleseu replied thai he was there
to work, nml bad u perfect right to
slay: lu fact, that even the highest
authority had no right to order him
from the station unless ho was re
moved from his position. Captain
Parker then ordered an officer to re
move Van (llcscii forcibly, which was
done, and he wus not oven allowed lo
return to get some work which ho de
sired to completu ut home, 'as It was
Impossible to do It lu the police sta
tion while Parker wus lu the condi
tion lie wus
Then camu the crying stage. Fred.
Turrlll came ulong and wus Imme
diately surrounded by Parker, In both
a literal and figurative seuBC Parker
changed his key and told Turrlll that
he had It on good authority that
when laukea came In he was going to
be placed in charge of tho first watch
and would lose his position as senior
captain, which he had held for many
veni-H. Turrlll renlled that ho did not
, ...1.,.i,l,r i. . 11P t. Then
' ... . ...
iwuit my Haii stream or neuner sor
row nor auger, but perhaps of oil of
joy, Parker unnounced that he would
be senior captain and that Turrlll and
laukeu and the whole Democrat
ic party might ns well know It now
as any other time.
I,KI AI.OHA CHAPTER OKK1CEHS.
I.el Aloha Chnptcr, No. 3, O. E. S..
elected tho following oincers Saturday
night: Mrs. Margaret Howard, Wor
thy Matron; .Mark P. Robinson. Worthy
Patron; Murgurct Moore, Associate
Matron; Mrs. True, Secretary; Annie
Coyne, Treusurer; Minnie Prnseo, Con
ductress; Edith l.yle. Associate Con
dustress. a s
T BULLETIN. ADS. PAY -
Just the thing for your den. Russian
Brasses, Mats, Tapai, Fans, Bas
kets, Souvenir Postals.
HAWAII & 80UTH SEAS CURIO CO.
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COL
See Ui for Novelty Advertising
Foreign and Local.
74 KINO 8T.
GEO. E. LA MONT.
You are not dressed correctly, ac
cording to the prevailing atyle, If your
suit la not of dark material.
Call hare and. we will help you se
lect the correct color-ton.
THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS
18 AS CORRECT AS THE COLORS.
The first try on will prove that w
can fit you.
W. W. Abana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUB 2741. ?. O. Box 98r
At Reduced Prices until after Xmss.
Nuuanu bet. King and Hotel 8trats.
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