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nVENINO IIUM.ET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY. JAN. 2. 1907
Rose Croix 18th Deyree.
Pacldc First Deyree.
Lei Aloha Chapter Installation
All visiting members of the
order aro cordially invited to at
teud meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
(n I. 0. O Froial. Fort street.
E. II. HliN'DHY. Secretary.
c. o. hotti:u n. a.
AD visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of K Hall, Kiur
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. O.C.
Y. WALDllON, K.H.B.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. flail, Kin; street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lod c. No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8. and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. DOND. O. O.
A. H. KENWAY, K.R..
HONOLULU LODGE 611, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 16, D. P. a B..
will meet In their ball, m Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the K. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
P. B. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. i. K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
tract Visiting brothers cordially in
rlieM to attend.
M. M. JOHNRON, U.C.
K. A. JACOBSON. K.R.8.
' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Hurt an ths 2nd and 4th WEDNE8
DAY evenings at each month at 7:30
O'clock in K. of P. Mill, King Btrert.
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE. V. 8017.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. O. O. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Hachem.
, A. E. MURPHY, O. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fjurth Wed
needay of each month at San An;onlu
ltolL Visiting brothers cordially In
vlwa to attond.
T. F. McTIGHE. Pres.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Don't start the New
'' Year wrong, merchants,
but haVe your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
427 QUCEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 183.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager
Phone Main 197
l and you'll get FRE8H BAKED bread
' Delivered to Your Home.
W. R Patterson,
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND
1168 UNION STREET.
PHONE MAIN 324.
PRB8H FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
SEEDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3S9.
ajafj? Ine Job Printing at the Bul
King and B tlicl Sts.
If you want a good, reliable
paint to withstand the hardest
wind and rain, try Fuller's
It Is ready mixed for use and
the best made.
Fiesh New Shipment
of the Famous
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
You want only your favorite
brand at home. .No matter
what your choice is, you can
have it delivered promptly by
ringing up our Jobbing depart
ment. The Criterion
PHONE MAIN 36.
Mrs. More's China, Infants' Clothing,
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL ANIT OENERAL
999 out ol 1,000 times you will find t
It or sell It or secure It to best advan
tage through Bulletin want advertlt-1
Cheat the doctor, go to Wallele.
Panama hats cleaned at the Olobe.
Best cud of toffee In the city. New
En.?""!er;-. ...... 'Five Points
iieFuuiriiius uiu u rimui iihpiii--
Alexander & Ilahlwlu stunner calen
dars are out.
The Hoard of Superiors inert on
Tho new puro food law went Into ef
Try Ilinsell'H Pine Cream, lilnt tlnn,
21 cents. Day & C.
Eggs nri quoted at "S icnts u dozen
In roiiii' of the Mules.
IVdeKnlo Kulilo will ileum t by thu S
S Yentiirn for Washington,
Hceord (making prices In embiold
eiles at A lllom's. Sale now on.
If your sewing machine needs repair
ing phone llenny & Co.. .Main 4&8.
Court l.unalllo No COllO. A. O. K
mo-ts this cM'iiliits III K. of P. hall.
The O.tli'.i College miislcule will bo
alcn In Chun. II lllsliop Hall on l-il-l
The state of the weather kept ninny 1
nwn from thu damn lit the Young
Hotel lust calling. I
A small ncllt belonging tu C S. Hol
lowly went adrift ut l'earl II111I101
vi'Klcnlay mid wim plrked up.
Tlieotloie HiKisewIt Camp No. I,
I'nlted State War Veterans, meets thlK
owning In the V11crlcy block.
The hearliiK of the Kay vk. Wlillln
ilbinnita milt will lxs rcsumiil before
JutlCe lloliliison unil Jury today.
ItCKrtlar ineetliiK of tho Ancient Or
der of llllielilaioi, I)lvlnlon No. I, In
C. n. V. Ilnll this evcnluK ut ":20
Walklkl Inn li now owneil by W. C.
Ileiglu. Accommodatloiu, supplies
and attendance abtolulcly first clasf.
Finest LalhliiK on the beach.
Ihn honnl of malingers coitllally In
vltu those ItitereMed to ultend the open
Iiir of Kuliihuil Home, Hatunluy after
noon, January S. from 3 to fi.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Rico ;:avo 11
ehuimliiK illtuier tu 11 few of their In
tlmatu fiieiiihi lurt Thursday tit tlieli
Kalap'ikl lioine. (larden Island.
When tho weatlur Is hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof, When thu
weather Is wet "Aiahlc" will pnnetil
rust California Feed Co., agents.
A hack-horse tied outside, tho Union
Drill last IiIkIiI Htiddeuly lollapsetl,
crneklnri tho abaft of the vehicle. Its
legs probably went to sleep from loim
Tho fact that all the tclejihono ion
uectlon with Walinea uas broken Sun
day inoinlng seems lo Indlrnte that the
district has had a Murm expeilence.
TI'D oltltlme wlnteni Kceiu to hae
come balk tn l.lhue, loptotts ralim hav
Itti; been thu iiiht tlurlliK the week, cul
mluatlns 011 Friday with about live
Inches of It. (larden IhIuihI.
The Seaside has plenty of surl
boards, surf aanoen, Canadian canoes
etc., which are at the disposal of Its
guests. Remember that the best bath
Ing and the best surf for board tiding Is
directly In f 1 out ot the Heusldf
In the rate of tisutaro Ota vemis
the Oahu Ilallioud ami U1111I Company,
lu wlili Ii the plaintiff Is huIiik the de
fendant for the I.IIIIiik or his child, the
demtirier ol the defendant was with
fliu railroad company
alMi llled Its answer to tho complaint.
denying nil the nllegntloiis of the plain -
"1'. ... ... ... - .
Mrs. Wm. .Indsuy. Wlfo of Sheriff
I lllllldltl' (11 IV II 111111 III111M11I U'llll 11 II HI
been spending thu mouth of December
witu tier relatives and friends hero
letiirned home on thu Klnutt today
with her little daughter Helen, lloth
were covered with lets und took with
hum thu good wishes of tho yoar from
I oiks lieio.
Owing to the Inclement weather jet.
Ictilay afternoon, thu literary exerclsea
planned for the celebtiitlon of thu thir
tieth mitilvuiBiiry of the San Antonio
Society hud to be postponed. A tut cl
ing will be held tonight to set t lit) dale.
A dauci! In honor of thu celebration
was held last uvuiliig, but was not
largely attended on act mint ol rain.
A very pleasant Now Year's dinner
was surved csterday at the homo of
Mr. und Mrs. W. M. l.augton to about
twenty of their friends. Tho table was
lery prettily decorated with violets
nnd malle mid the eutables wero most
attractively surved by the hostess.
Ilefore tho dinner Mr. augton super
vised u display of daylight tlroworks
which wero rather distressing to thu
neries of some ot tho ladles present.
All went home after one, of the pleas
mitust and Jolllest dinners which could
If there Is one member of the human
system that will pay you back In full
meature for all the Injury you do
it I. the teeth. Neglect ,. no worse
than experimenting with worthless
Dentifrices. Both will hasten the day
of bitter regret.
8tand by SOZODONT and your
teeth will stand by you.
i'SHiW ttl it yB
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint in looking
at an object;
your eyes show an intolerance
they lire, ache, smart or wa
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May &
The Arlou Ilnll, which was beauti
fully adorned with e ergivens, wut
tho center or attraction on New Year's1
(Ac, when the members of thu Hawai
ian Relief Association, dressed III
while uniforms with gold braided rib
bons mid badges, gulheied to celebrate
their miiiuul meeting. 1'iealdeiil S. C.
DwlRlit oillclated. assisted uy uio ioi-,
lowing oinceis of Uio Atsociatlou: J-
wpli .1 I'eiu, kv president; 1-imilc
It. Ilaiwy, tu-iiHiiii'r; A. S. Kuleiopit,
financial hocrelat) It. N. Kalialepuiia. '
recording kecietaiy; A. St. C. I'llanahi.l
auditor; S. II. Kaiiulhnluu. chaplain, '
and I). I.. Kalnileaahu, bprgeaut-nt-
arms I lie Association Is uuw II vo
yeais old and u tinnier was iccently
granted by Ihn Trensiiier of tho Ter
ilfoiy. It has a branch on Uio Island
of Hawaii wltli an ofllcu at llllo. Its
membeishlp Is now about Sua mid un
Incream' Is assured, The program was
piluclpully made up of speeches and it
l.ii'ir, number of new annlleaiits were
i. ...... .......i..,..! i.v ,i10 Association.
,,r.lllk K Alclll.r lu siipunlsor. was
omi ()f ,u,m ,, Il(,llL,SH wi,ch ,
'consumed lo dellwr bioitght tho mum
,K.r8 , ft cl08ur lmloll tlf irotilurt,,(l.
Elieu Low, a member of Hawaii
branch, u'lso add leased tho audience
nnd wus loudly applauded. During his
speech, ho suggested thut the Associa
tion should hae a building of Its own
and thut he, as one, was perfectly will
ing to contribute townrtl that purpose.
John Manilla, piesldcut of tho llllo
branch, also addressed tho ittidicuco
and dwelt upon the necessity of recog
I Izlnn each other more ultentlvuly,
e'peclully when seen with Association
badges. His remarks wore ory In
structive. J. II S. Killed. W. K. 1'oal
pud President S C. Dwlglit closed tho
Bpccchmaklug ami a general leccpllon
followed. The hall wus filled to Its ut-
most anil a largo number of ladles
Tho ofllceis for tho ensuing )uur will
lie elected on March 31, 1907. The
general Idea is to letutli H. C. Dwlght
ut the head of the Association. Tho
successful affair closed with light lo-
ficshiiicnts and ull retired to their
homes to celebrate aud watch the out
going and the Incoming of tho old mid
JOHN KANAI ON PHELPS
John Ktiuui, the Hawaiian sailor
wlio was put oft the Doric befoie her
tailing on thu lust tilp, and who bus
been kupt In tho detention ward by
tho customs authorities, has been su
nned u position on the I'lielps nnd
was shipped on Unit vessel yesterday.
Mnnlla Ameilcaii, Nov. 27.
Ft Mil Ml'llA -To Mr. ami Mrs. Solo,
moii Fiikiimui.i, In Ibis city, Jam 2
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1064 Fort St.
I. II HHihu, pp'tldent mid lminnger
ot thu Spohu Fruit mid Commission
Co., tn Sail FronclsLii, Is due to unlvo
hem today on the Sonoma. His object
In lo enter Into u lontinct with tho
Wnhliiw.i Consolidated Pineapple Com
pany for their entlru output for n iiiim
ber of cnra to come.
Tltu Spohu Company has been hand
ling thu Wnhlawn output for miiiki lit
, tlo time, nnd through untiring efforts
,, wol(),, ,, fur lVi
thtoiislioiit the Coast. In fncl the dc-
,allli JIU, iph KronttT than lli Bitiipl)
0l(ra ll!lu. 1UI t(, , ,cltl for want ot
R(lOIH t(, mi them.
jj,. pj,,,),,, H thoroughly confident of
,K murUel fur pineapples fioni these
laianiU and Is desirous of obtaining the
output of tho new eorpoiutluii.
The local itimpaiiy has expressed It
self as tMillsfled with the way In which
tlm Spohu Company has handled their
piodttit herelofoiu and ure agreeable
to any contract that will udvuiico their
Tint Wahlawu cannery bus Just com
mented to halullu thu winter's ciop mid
tint output will be lnrge for the next
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC THREATENED
BY STRIKE LEADER
I'eorla, III., Jan 2. Hminuhui: has
Issued an ultimatum lo Hnrrlman
threatening to extend the strike of the
employes of tho other Ilcrrluiaii roads
to include tlie fliemeii of Ibo Southern
GEN. WINT IN COMMAND IN CUBA
Huvuiiu, Jan. L'. At jesterday's le
ccptlon of Temporary Uoveiuor Mu
goon, the loiiimuml of the military wus
formally turned over to Brigadier den
uiul Willi by Hrlgudlcr (ieiierul Hell,
FRENCH CLERGY NOT PRESENT
Paris, Jan. 2. No prelates weiu pres
ent ut the Nuw Year's leceptiou eIvcii
yesterday by the President.
CRUISERS GO TO JAMSTOWN
liudou, Jau, 2. The first division of
the ciulser squadron, under command
of Hear Admiral Neville, bus been
selected to represent Oreut Drltalu nt
tlie Jamestown exposition,
for the Adellna Pattt,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Cigar; and Edge
worth Smoking Tobacco;
this tobacco Is guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
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M DAltf 10
1 1,11! il
Several Bad Washouts
in Various Places
Road Supeivlrar Sam Johnson stHtes
that considerable damage has been
done by tho storm to the roads. Most
of It Is small, hut will require consid
erable work to repair.
Tho most serious danuiKO to tho
roads so far reported Is n bad viushout
on the Mnnoa road und another on tho
Pukaki hill road. The damage lo the
latter will necessitate the Installing uf
n new drain.
The Mnklkl Hume has given out In
11 new plucu und there Is a bad cut In
the Diamond Head road to Kahala.
I.lllha street has several holes washed
In It, and there is more or less minor
damage lo various other streets, innny
of them having holes In them caus:d
by thu heavy run of wntcr.
Thu O. It. & L. Co. ofllclalH report
thut thu storm did no dnmago what-
oor to their track, even the Wuhlnwn
branch lino being uninjured. Last Mod
day iiflcruouu un onglnu aud some flat
cars ran off thu track nt lloaeae, iiw
lug to it defective wheel, but tho
weather bad nothing to do with this,
County Engineer Gehr Mates Hint
so iar no rciiorts of damage to roads
and brlilgeH In the country districts
huu leached him.
KUH10 TO START
"1 Intend to leavo for Washington In
the Ventura, whenever she may comu
here," said Delegate Kulnnlanaolo this
lioon. "That will bring mo thero about
the eml of the present holiday recess
"I hud expecled to leave In the Ala
modi, but my physician forbado my
going. I was laid up In bed for some
time, und am Just now out, 1 had n
very bad cold with fever and othoi
complications. 1 would have liked tu
have stnrted earlier, but It was inipuit.
tlhlo for mo to do so."
The Ventura Is duo to urrlvo today,
but had ut noon not yet been sighted
She will probably sail for San Fran
DECIDES THAT HOLT
(Continued from Page ')
eculor. Uy u codicil $500 was left to
the Queen's Hospital.
Tho suit In cqult) was for the pur
poso of construing curtain provisions
of thu wilt, various questions having
arisen us to the rights mid duties of
the petitioner, Carlos Long, us admin
istrator do bouts iiou with the will un
iicxed, und us tn the rights mid In
leiests of the devisees and heirs ut
law. Thero were ten questions upon
which u construction was played for,
but Judge Kohlnson held that only
throa of them should bo considered,
These wero whether or not' the will
conferred upon tho sons un cstato in
fee simple absolute of oue-qunrter of
thu estuto; second, if It did not bo
confer the estate, what then Is the
character mid extent of the estate con
ferrcd upon them respectively; third,
does the will create In the executor
thereof and tils successors, Including
the petitioner, In his official capacity,
an active trust, to hold, control, man
age. Invest and reinvest the estate dim
Ing the lives of tho sons or of the two
of tueiii leiiinlniug alive.
Iho first question the Judge unswurs
in the negative. It Is the opinion of
tbo Court that the will gives to each
of tho three soiib, or their heirs, a one-
third Interest In tho Income of an un
dUlded three-fourths ot the estate, lif
ter deducting the proportion of tho bo
quest to the wife of tho testator und
to thu Queen's Hospital.
Tlie said Income from the undivided
three-fourths of the estate was to bo
collected In trust Jby William A. Aid
rich, In proprlu pcrsonu and. not by
vlrtuo of his office, and by him, as such
trustee, paid uvur to the respective
legatees. It Is the opinion of tho
Court that no power Is given to the
tuisteu to sell or otherwise dlsposo of
I'liy property subject to sulci trusts, or
to ninko any change or modification In
nny existing Investment, His powers
are limited to tho conservation und
preservation of tho trust estate. Upon
the termination ut the Interests so glv
en and tho conclusion of tho trusts
created, by tho deaths of the several
legatees, the fee simple of the mull
vlded quarter Interests shall vest In
tho heirs of the respective legatees.
Tho bill was originally brought by
Long for tho purpose of finding out
whether hu could sell curtain Wnlulun
property belonging to tho estate, for
which J, It (lull had made u handsome
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STORMY TIME AT
That lihUes and revolvers were not
used lo settln the question of Biipremnc
between the Dov-vows mid the Mer
chants In the election of officers for
tho Chlnpw United Society was du"
to the strenuous efforts and Binootli
tongues ot the chairman and others, It
reports emanating from the lodge
rooms ol Hint Chinese society ore to
be credited. I
The occasion was the election of offi
cers for the society. For some" time
them has been n bitter feud between
the two factions, one known as the
Merchants nnd the other ns tho Dow-
woup. Numerous nssaults nave taxen
place nrtl charges nnd counter charges
have been bi ought by vnrlous members
of the two opposing factions In this
"united" society. Several enscs have
been tried III the courts, and these have
occasioned several arrests foi perjury.
On one or two occasions defendants In
usmtnll cases, after beltifc found not
guilt), have turned around and had
the witnesses who testified ugalnst
them nrrcsted foi perjury.
In the contest last night It Is stated
by nome of tho Chinese that n number
of tho members of the society came
prepared with all sorts of weapons to
control the election. Foi a while theie
was a stormy time and it looked as If
there would bn bloodshed, but1 the ef
forts of the more teacctulty Inclined
finally nvnlled to prevent any tragedy.
The Merchants' faction won out in
tho election, the following officers be
President, Chti tlcn; vice president,
Ho Fon; English secretary, Chang
Klin; Chinese secretary, Chung Choc
IjiI: treasurei, I-au Tong; assistant
treasurer, Do Wal Sung.
Tho case of Eugene Devauchell'j,
well known politically, came up In tho
Police Court this morning. He was
charged with profanity. The stories
told by the arresting officer, Ilarciuoa,
und the witnesses for (lie defence var
ied to such a degree that Dovauchclle
wus discharged. Ho had not left tho
police station before he was arrested
again on a new charge of profanity
preferred by Nigel Jackson.
In the arrest made Monday night
Davuiichcllu was badly battered by tho
officer, who lias the reputation of be
ing the strongest mull on tho force,
ami said that he was Jumped by tho
Duvauchelle gang. On the other hand,
It was claimed that the officer struck
Duvutichellu without any cause what
(Continued from Paoa 1.)
"I.arscn will not hold his position ac
captain of the harbor police. Who will
get It Is not absolutely certain as yet
but It will ery probably be U D.
Iteves, who Is now u conductor on the
Itapld Transit. Hurry Murray will go
but I cannot tell who will get his posi
tion. "In legard to thu Hoad Supervlsoi s
Job theio Is going to be a pretty fight.
Archer and Kealoha seem to have spilt
nway from us and, with Charlie litis
tnee, slant! for Sam Johnson. On the
other hand Andrew Cox, Sam Dwlght,
Frank Harvey und Joe tern am all
against Johnson mid the choice lies be
tween three men, John Wilson, John
Mnrlthnm mid Paul Jariett, Of these
three I think that Markham bus the
best chance, though It Is very close and
1 believe that anyone of the three
would lie selected to beat Johnson.
"Don't it seem to you that Ml. Kin
ney considered thut the Advertiser
should have some rewurd for giving
lis services to tlie Democratic party In
tho recent tight, ami that for that rea
son Tulor was offered tho position?'
"Yes, the Aihertlser certainly was
our political organ In the light and I
guess that Is tho way we all looked nt
It until tho other mutters were called
to our attention."
MRS. DOWIE GIVE8 UP CLAIM
MiiskCegnn, Mich., Dec. 15. Mm.
Jane Dowle has formally signed away
l.er dower Interest and any claim she
might have on any Zlon City property,
receiving In return a deed to the Dow
le slimmer home on the shores of
White I.ake, In Northern Muskeegon
Tho transaction does not affect any
property that John Alexander Dowle
may own outside ot Zlon City.
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The winter line of Woolen Good In
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and see them.
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