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nVHNINn nUUXTIN, 110N0U1U), T 11 . MONDAY, JAN 14, lOoT
Honolulu Chapter Mark Matter
Hawaiian Escort H. E. Hlghton
8:45 a. m.
Honolulu Commandery Escort
Hlghton 8!30 a. m.
Hawaiian First Degree
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch
All visiting members of tbt
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODOE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Alerts every Monday evening at 7: JO
in I o. O V. Hall. Fort street.
i: It HIlNDItY Secretary
C A SIMPSON. N (1
AD visiting brothers very cordially ,
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. sf P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at i
7:3V o'clock In K. or V. Hall, KJur
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
a s. wi:inn:it. v c
1' WA1.DHON, K It. a I
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. f ft
Meeti every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ot Mystic Lode, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
it (lOSI.INn, C C
A. S. KI.NWAY, K II. S.
HONOLULU LODOE 111, . ft 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61G, I). P O I. ,
nlll moot In their linll cm King near
rort strtet uvcry Friday evening.
Ilv order of tlui i: It.
IIAltltY It. SIMPSON,
II i: MUItHAY, u.n
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.tf P.
lleeta every Gaturday evening at
f:t0 o'tlock In K. ot P. Hall, King
Iti-ML Visiting brothers cordially Id
tits) to attend.
It. ii. woi.m-, l, c
H. A. JACOBSON. K. II. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. I.
Meeti on the 2nd and th WEDNK9
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. of P. Hall, Klug street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
BAM McKKAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOOIIK. W. Bety
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meeta every second and fourth
Ml DAY ot each month In I. O. 0. T.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Anlonlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
lted to attend.
F. W. WKI.D, Pros.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
f Don't start the New
1 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
7 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
manufactured fiom pure distilled ws
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kealo. Telephone Btne 3151.
Phone Main 197
ana you'll get FRE8H BAKED bread I
Delivered to Your Home.
Vienna Bakery I
FRESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 358.
Kinjjand B thclSts.
It Is one of the most attract
Ive and serviceable floor cover
ings you can possibly get for of
fice wear, or for kitchen, bed
rooms and bath at home.
Splendid qualities In print, In
laid and plain linoleums at
'Now Is the time to arrange all
your negatives and register
them so you can find them quick
ly when you want them.
We have Indexed albums
which hold 100 film negatives
and preserve them.
We alio have Manila negative
preservers for glass plates.
For preserving your prints
and displaying them attractive
ly we have a fine lot of photo
albums with seal, grain and
burnt-leather bindings. Also
paste In tubes and bottles, white
paint for titling, etc.
How We Do It
How we can serve such a
fine lunch for 25c. We can't
and make money, but It's a
If you've never been here,
9(r-"For Rent" caras on sale at
the Bulletin office.
BULLETIN ADS, PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Are you having a little private tnon
ey panic of your own? If so, don't tiy
to borrow 8ELL SOMETHING, and
replenish your purse. A Bulletin want i
ad. will act as your broker In the mat
ter. Cheat the doctor, ki to Wnllole,
Mrs Dlckron received hew goods by
Pacific l.oilgo moots this evening
for regular business
Hint; open Wediiesdav uml .Viturdsy
nights nnl) llnnil music. '
Owners desiring to weenie tenant
fcliould see Trout & Co.'s nd.
A Hetiogrnpher Ik wanted for u plan
tation olllce. Address A, llitllolln
Honolulu Temple No. 1, ltnthhoou
Slstcr-i. moots this owning In K. uf P
Harmony Lodge, No 3, I 0. O. K .
tilt-els tonight at 7 30 In I. 0. O I'
Jas F Mm gan In advertising n Kilo
of tholco furniture for January lf.tli
nt 10 u in
Tlio wreckage from the schooner
l.nvluln Is piled up on the Kunsl place
A si cond-liiiml Bate anil a roller-top
desk are wanted Must be 111 good ion
ditlou Address P 0. Ikix 328
Public mivtliiK of Uahu l.oilgo, Then
Kophlcal Society, thin evening at 7 4!
o'clock In loiiniH III the Alexander
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs free from
runt uml purl Ilea rain water (llo It
a trial and bn iou lured. California
Peed Co .ugvntH.
.1 W Dirt ami John (lallaghor oceu
p.od adjoining roomx In the Htullon list
night They hud taken on loo much
A list of the oMUith plotted In none
for tint ensuing near In 11m Kuua-Kati
Telephone & Telegraph Co, Ltd, Ih
published III this Issue
Walklkl Inn In now owned by W. V
Uergln. Accoinmoilutloiis. supplies
and attendance absolutely first claks.
Finest bathing on the beach.
The next annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Historical Society will lie hold
this evening at s o'clock in tho I.I
bran Tho public Ih cordially Invited
(In at saving prltes nt Sachs thin
week mi lace curtnliiH, wash dress
hoods, alpaca waists uml Turkish li.it n
towels; some prices cut III half. Hoe ml
on pigo 3.
Ueuutifiil old lalabnshcK In Kua mot
Kou wood. Mats, brasses, funs, huts,
lolteiv. Hawaii uml .South .Sins Cuilo
Co, Voting Utilldlug. llnsltits and
Persons wishing costumes for the
Mardi Gras Ball next month may se
cure same by leaving orders with W.
D. Adams, care Bergttrom Music Co.,
on or before the sailing of the Ala
meda Jan. 14th.
Yesterday tun Iuimiicho named Kit
Itirl and Mnsunaga weiu plnicd tinder
ni I est fur leaving their horses untied
In tho public street. Strict measures
nre being taken In that branch of po
lice work with good effort
An entertaining affair Iiuh been nr
aiigod for tills evening at the Y. M.
C A. hall There will ho music, songs
mid mirth Seciotary Super looks for
.' full attendance fiom nil the mem
bers. ' Concert lit 7:30 o'clock.
.Mm. Hodgson, tiuiher of piano, or
gan mid singing. Iiuh hud cmx of ex
pel lenio mid Iiuh adapted u pleasant
nud i.is method, ensuring thorough
uml rapid progress. Slut may be round
ut her studio, 213 Vine) aril St , oi tun
hu I cached h letter.
Pull uml Solomon David were Inter
rupted vcstoiday morning while shoot
lug their week's wages ill a little crap
game ut tint I'aclllc: Mull wharf by
Policeman Hong Kec, who coullscated
Ihelr coin and dice uml biought them
to the station house
Oliver Kcott will take the place made
vacant In tho Inter-Island Hteam Nav
igation Co.'s otflci! by Charles Hose,
who goes to tho Sheriffs otllcu us clcil.
.Mr Stott was formeily an emploe of
tint I -I S N. Co. us whurf clerk mid
Inter emploved by the local gas com
Tlio new customs order legal ding
tho cni'cklng of each prlco of fi eight,
routed la Tehuaiitnpec by our local
t.thcois, does not apply to domestla
g.iods ex(uil In minor details. Act
ing Collector Stackuhlo lias boon so
Inlormcil by the department tit Wash
ington. Henry (looigo .lr Is oximtIoiI to
pass thiougli lieie shoitlj on his wuv
to tho l.'astern States. It Is possible
that ho inuy hu Induced to give a lec
tnio oi' taxation uml leform. Mr.
(looigo Is ut ptesent In Japan exunilu
I' g Into tho social ipii'BtiDii In that
The shipment of Const fruit leceiwd
by the last tilp of the Alamida was of
n much better vailcly uml In liner ion-
ultlon than any heictofoio iccehed.
Complaints by our lot al dealeis to the
hhlppers In Ciillforiilu has had erTcit.
'Hut Impunenient Is ipilte noticeable
111 the qtiullt) of apples alone.
Miss It. S. Power, who bus been pav
ing an extended visit to hur sister, Mis.
W I, Katon, mid Mis. II, W. llowen.
departed for Melbourne, Austialla, Sat
in day, by tlio Aoimigl. Miss Power
was In love with the Islands, mid do
i lares bei Intention lo letum In the
not distant futliie, uml lemulli pci-
Yesterday, a iliuukou natlvu tiding
a largo horse In tho Paliimu district
conceived tho Improbslon that ho wus
on a race eotirso nud In full swing fur
tho who, with u tiolley cur a close
crtond. Ho trlud to crowd tint car
liver or at least cut It ofT, .and hut for
tlio iiulck action of tho' motiiimau
would have been a dead Jockle.
I 1 Nu-'VS.Ar afSstte.
CWVWVVJ TJ.-. I . IM'W
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 tire, 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 cf glasses, points
l that point to uc.
i A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET,
i Over May & Co,
H. Culman, ium Fan si.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
PUBLIC EXECUTION OF STRIKE
Orizaba, Mexico. Jan. 13 Hovon
strike lenders were executed bent )os
lenlay In tho pieiinio of luiiiiliods of I
citizens. The stnko has been ended
r - -
The workers In tlio textile fact
nt Orlzuha'liuvc been In u dlscortteu'
oil mood for month Thlrtv of them
weie kllleiPTilosiTav til" last week.
Stiool liiulla me iif frequent occur
leiice The reason -fur. itlCJitlnfacllon
Is low wage)" ' L U
RUSSIA STILL ASKS TAfvilNC
JRELIEF FUNDS - Q
HI. Petoisbiiu,', Kussli, Jim, 13.
Promlei Stnlplii Iiuh nsked lht Impe
rial Council to appropriate thlrtv live
million, five bundled thousand dollai t
for furtlii i famine lellef
Tho loiiilllluns throughout middle
IIuhhIii mo deplorable. Haul black
hiead In the only aitlcle uf food oh
talinble ami that ut fabulous pi Icm.
HiiiiiIioiIs inn ilioppiug dull) fioin
still willon The fluids siiliscillnil so
fur mo liiMilllilcut.
WILL QUIT BUSINESS RATHER
Hamburg, (lerniany, Jmi 3 Tho
North (lerman Tiansallautlc lu-iir-nuco
companies urn determined In
their lesolvo lo dlssolvo.
The (Joimun coin Is Issued onlors on
Prlduv to the effect that tho (lermuu
fire Insurance companies must make
good their losses ill Sun rninclsco.
They lefuso lo do so mid will dlssolvo,
ENGINEERS' PAY RAISED
Chicago, III, (Jan. 13. Twenty thou
sand engineers on the Hues west of
Chicago have been grunted an Increase
The liotlieihood uf Cnglnceis, stu
tloiimy, locomotive uml iiiuilnu, Is tho
most poweiftil oiganlzntlon of Its kind
In tho woihl Their demands have
never met with u negative.
BRYAN RECEIVED WITH CHEERS
.Mltsoiila, Montana, Jan 13 --An ova-
I Hon wus temluiul heie jestenlay to
William .lennlngs liiyuii.
Mr. Uijiiti has uxpiX'ssud himself as
agn cable lo accepting tho noniliintlon
for PieshUut should It bo olTeied In
REBELS CAPTURED; FIGHT
San Salvador, Houdiirus, Jim 11
The leviilullou has been ended b) tho
t'liptuiu of the iiibels.
RUSSIAN TERRORISTS STILL
Dutihestuu, Itusslu, Jan. 13 Tho
I Chief of Pollen wus assassinated hoio
SPANISH MINISTRY MAY FALL
.Mmlilil, Spain, Jan. 14 Antl cloil
cat demonstrations have taken plnc-o
ut llllb.io mid San Sebastian. It Is
believed that the Mlnlstiy will not last
It will no longer be necessary to
climb stairs to see our solendld stock
of books. We are moving Into down
Gtairo quarters on Hotel St. between
Fort and Bishop. In addition to our
regular line of standard hooka In sets
we are fitting out an old book shop.
Here will be sold old, new and out
of print sets, or single volumes In any
Also library furnishings, etc.
Visitors always welcome.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel St. bet. Fort and Bishop.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
h news of the day.
COLD SNAP GRIPS SAN FRANCISCO
San rrniiolioo, Cul., Jim 1 1 -A cold
wave prevails In this section. Tint
.Mount Tamalpals, Twin Peaks uml the
llvrkeley hills nro snowcapped.
In (SSI the entire State uf California
experienced n heavy fall of snow. In
San Pruurlstii nud vicinity It reached
a depth of ton Inches.
MOUNTAIN CUT-THROATS ARC
Salonika, Jim. H. Tint Turkish
tioops have ileHliojed u html of Hill
Soulhcusloin i:iiiopu Is Infested
with hands or outlaws who pro) iiikiii
tint surrounding country .Mnuy of
these hands have fabulous wealth
Htoied In their mountain fastnesses
uml are a power to bo reckoned with
bv tho authorities. Their wishes 'lire
at limes consulted by tho chief exot'ii
lives of small Cuiopeiin countries. It
was one of these binds that captured
Miss Stone some veals ago uml hi Id
her for ransom
SHIP, CREW AND CARGO LOST
Cuxlmvon, Jan II. -The nlilp Peng
vvniii has giiiuiided ut Nlcliupcorn, Tint
orevv of twontv four mid tho cargo ure
A inciting of the Chlnehe-KnglUh
Debiting Soilety was held In their new
iiimlers on Niiumiii avenue below
King, vesteiibiv ut noon
William Y. Kvvui Kong, tho retiring
piesldeiit, Installed tint new olllceis for
the coming )eui.
Chlnesu Consul Chung Tsn I'an gave
nil Ink rest lug talk. He advised tint
society, us a whole, lo make u light
against the use ot opium In these Is
lands. 'Itov. K. W. Thwlng, Hey. Sul uml
Itev. .Moo went also pi i sent.
Light tcfieshinents wont si-1 veil tjt
the (oikIiisIiiii of the meeting.
Tho thief pin poses of tliu Koilety uio
to enlighten the local Chinese geneial
I) on the iiilient Issues or tliu iluv.
Theolllieis foi tile ensuing Jl'UI um:
I'lesldent, lam Yin; vice piesldcnl,
Oiling Sliul, Hngllsli secietaiy, Joseph
(loo Klin, Chinese heuelai), (' You
hall, HpuBiirer, Ho Foil,
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
for the Adellna Pattl,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Cigar; and Edge
worth Smoking Tobacco;
this tobacco Is guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREETS
Fine Steamship Secured
For Hound Trip
All Indications iiiow that the exclu
sion from I mi Angeles to this city will
bo u mucins. 'Tumi our private nil
vice. mil led to believe that the Htinm
or which will bring the excurslonlnts
lore, will be the Ohio, Slut Is now' In
tno Alasku bcrvlcc, nnd Is n llrst clnso
vessel In every uspeit It had nt
llrst bieli decided to lllke u hteniucr
which hud accommodations Tor 200
pusMMigers, hut hi inan nppllcalloiis
wore rocelvtd Hint u larger vessel hud
In be socurid "
The following nrtldii In the U An-
f,olet Dally Times, .Inn, I, gives mi m-
fount or the plans fur the exclusion
The first exiuislon steamer to sail
lout of Sun Pedro harbor bound for Ho-
jiiolulii nud tho liawullau Islands, will
lmr mimlieis of the Chumbor of Com
nierie uml their frlimls on u giout
pleasuie nnd business Junket to tell the
Hawaii. ins win they should make tint
port of San Pedro uml tho clt or Ijih
Aligi'les theli llrst port of enliy to Hip
Yesterday tho pli usuro trip was defl
llllelv ileelilcd upon uml the following
niosmgo was sent to every member
iiin u reply)stnl uml:
"Ho for Honolulu, from Sim I'ediii.
Tho Clianiber of Common o Is nri.ing
iiig mi excursion to the Islands or 11a
wnli nud asks lr ou, ,vour fainllv or
.vour friends desliit to take udvnutagu
or the most enjojnlile exuirslon ever
nrrn'igeil for Hie i ntertulnmonl of the
monihers of the chamber.
"The date or tint excursion Is IVInii
r.v 23. The niinilier of people lequlioil
to gnuranlie the excursion, 2UU; the
limit, ,'lou. Tlie i opacity or the ship Is
Ml). First come, first seived
"The rate Is $1(10 loiiml trip Irom
San Pedro to Honolulu nnd llllo, In
cluding incuts uml bciths fur twenty
live days. Side trips on shout exltii
This rnte Includes bo.iul on tliu vessel
vv hllo In port
"Kntoitalniiieiil will hu furnished by
Hut residents of Honolulu, nn en Jo) able
llnie mi board the vessel and u pknlc
tver) luiiii while on land,
"Join the crowd mid (elebnite the
event or sailing on Hut first vessel for
Honolulu out f sun Petit u Harbor.
"All Immidlnl.. i..ply it.piested
mid must he In our hands by Jniiuaiy
10 on letum postal No one will bo
pernilllcd tu be hick,
"It. II llerion, chaliman,
"ritANK WKiniNS, Setlelarj "
Twenty-Five Cents Per
Month Was All
Tho ship i:rsklmi M. Phelps, nt pres
ent llug la this hurbor waiting for u
sugar cargo, eoilalnly hud u ihenp
ciow on her vujngo fiom Manila to
this port. Sim cm i led Hourly twice as
ninny mun In her eiovv us she would
need undur oidlnuiy circumstances
hut when it came down to tho cost of
these sailors Ihero was quite a differ.
tnco between tho pay loll as It Is now
uml us It would hu If shu hud curried
n whltu crew.
Or the ciuw of 40 members, 32 wcro
tllher Jupnneso or Porto Itlciiu, uml
they were happy as could bo to work
just for the lovo of tho sailor's llfo and
pleusiiies. Accoullng to tho statement
Hindu by those who ale In u position to
know, the pay or many or tho sailors
wus 25 cents per month. A petty oftl
ter got u lit t lo more mid some of tho
men, It Is said, did not own tlio ship n
single rent when shu reached port.
There Is somo question as to allow
ing these men to land, though sailors
do not come nuclei tho Imiiilgintiou
laws of the countiy, uml tho mallei
will bo lefurred to Immigration in
specter In Clmigo It. C. Ill own for a
decision before tint moil mo paid oil
by Shipping Comuilsslonei Aliny,
IflKCldl tu llt Until Ibi
Wullukii, Maul, Jan. 12. 'I ho damage
lo the Mtdiogor lauding wharf was
veij slight Must of tho duimigu was
tutihod b waler htluglng down earth
and links fiom the blurts oveilooklu?
the lauding It Is estimated a fuillicr
expi'iidltuio of $5000 would put thu
vvhuif In a condition to defy further
Inconvenience canted by thu elements
lo the btiuctuie Itself.
Ilrnesl Hogaii bus paw mil his watch
ami foil in Now Yoik. Tho watch lit
question wus presented to Mr. llogmi
by iidmlilug friends In Honolulu u
number of veaia ago,
f IDS $500 ME
. Sunday, Jan. 13.
Stmr W (1. Unit, 8 TlioniUEon, from
' Kauul ports, t! n. m
! Httnr. Iwalanl, Plltr, from Molokal,
I.Mnul mid I.unal ports, U:30 n. in.
I V H A T Shermnli, John'.on, from
IPnti Krancleto, ll:.'iu n. m.
I Saturday, Jan. 12.
I CASS Aornnnl, Phillips, from
I Victoria nud Vnncoiiver, f:45 p. lit.
Monday, January 14.
9. S Amlral Kxeliunns, Genu, from
Yokohama, 8'30 n, m
Sunday, Jan. 13.
Am fchr. N. C. Wilght, Nollson, for
tho Coast, II it. in
A.-ll. S. H Nehinskan, KulEht, ff
Kniinupall, n.l,r p in,
Saturday, Jan. 12.
C.-A. S S. Aoimigl, Phillips, for tho
Colo'iles, 11: ID p m
SAILED JAN. 14
Stmr. Nooaii, PtdoiFon, for Hawaii
torts, 12 m
Stmr. Noeaii, Poderson, Mahukona
nml lloiiokiiti, fi p in
Stmr. Kululanl, Dowel, for Hawaii
I oris, 4 P in
Stmr W (1. Hall, Thompson, lor
Kan it, T p. in
Stmr Klnau, I-'iccinnn, for llllo nud
Hawaii isirts, 12 m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, I'll tz. for .Maul mid
Molokal ports, S ji m,
II, S. A. T Sherman, Uruelerri', for
(liinm and Manila, 11 a. m
Stmr. I. Ikelike, Nuopala, for Kul.al
luie mid Pnmihau, fl p m,
P. .M. H. i:. Doric, (Jaukroger, fiom
San Pruiiclscu, p. ui
Phillip Dates of Poitlaud, Ore., now
on ii visit to Washington, In n social
chat with the President a row daH
ago told him Mint In thu coming spring
Ihlrtvthrco or tho handsomest women
or Oregon vvero going tu call on him.
These bounties have been gntheied
fiom the Ihlitv-lhreo counties, one
beauty from ench county or thu Statu.
These pretty women nro to form
Iheiuselves Into n beauty show and
will visit tint Jamestown Exposition
with u lovv to udvei Using their north
western Stale ns n place that can
ralso pretty girls us well us large
crops of wheat.
I'ollowlng Is thu summary ol con
tents or the Hawaiian edition or the
Now York Comnic-tlul, ns planned by
1. Display Editorial.
2. Vantage (lioiiml or Hawaii.
3 Full page devoted to chart .and
distances tu iwrts.
4 Consular mid I'an-l'aclllc Courer
ciiio In Hawaii,
r. Kortlfvlng Hawaii.
C. Sugar Inteiests, statistics, uml
original comparative tables.
7. Interviews with iihslclnus us to
8. Our gulden Islands.
!. Compiehenslve muji or the Islands
1U. Geographical sketih, llliistrulod.
II. llrler Illslorkul Bkctch, Illustrat
ed. 12 Native traits or tho old as well us
13 Labor mid rntu nucstluns.
14. Plneupple tertuliilles. Haiiaii'i
and other ft nit, openings.
15. (leneial traile londltions.
lfi Stutlstltul tubles.
17. Shipping, hteuiuer lines, new
18. llanklng rnillltli-B. Inteinal Hhv.
19. Climate nml scenery ami trend ,,r
tottrlstH towaid Hiiwall.
2U. What ineriliiints ure doing, prog
less ami piospects.
21. Personal notes on iimiuhu .i.,i
problems and peiplexltles.
22. Kxielleme of hotels.
Here now In MEN'S 8TYLISH SUIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterns and cob
orlngs. You are Invited to come In
and see them.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
HAWAIIAN EDITION OF
NEW VOMJ PERU
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. Q, Box 981,