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F.VRNINO nULt.r.TiN. HONOLm.t). T It.. MONDAY. JAN 21. Iflo;
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Pacific Second Degree
Hawaiian Second Degree
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
All visiting niembere of the
order are cordially invited to at
tend meeting! of local lodfea.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
Id I O. O K. Hall. Kort street
K. It. HKNDKY, Secretary.
C A. SIMMON, N (I.
AD vlilttnx brother very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. rf P.
Meeta every Tuesday evening at
J: SO o'clock In K. of K Harl, Klu
street. Visiting brother cordially In
vited to attend.
a. s. wnunnn, c c.
V WAI.DHON, K. II. 8,
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. tf P.
Mecta every Friday evening at
K. 1. Hall, Kins Btreet, at 7:30. Mem
ber! of Mystlo Lode, No. 2, Wm.'Me
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
L, It. (10HLINO, C. C.
A S. KKNWAV. K. It. H.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, . P. O. E.
Honolulu I.odgu No. Clfi, II. v. O. i:.,
will meet In their hall on King near
Jort streut every Friday livening.
Ilv order of Ihu K. It.
1IAIIKY II. SIMPSON,
11. i:. MUIlltAY, K.lt.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. ft, K.etP.
Meets every Caturday evening at
f:30 o'clock In IC of P. Hal), King
treat. Vliltlng brother! cordially In-tt-
I,. H. WOLF, C. G.
? E. A. JACOB.HON, K. It. H.
' HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. 8.
Meets on the 2nd and 4tu WKDNKB
DAY evening of each month at 7:30
'clock In K. of P. Hall, King stre-L
Visiting Eagle are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second nml fourth
FRIDAY of endi month In I. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
K. V. TODD. Hachom.
A. K. MUltl'HY. 0. of It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fjtirth Wed
npeday of each month at San Anionio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attond.
F. W. WEi:0. Prea.
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 '
? QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C, W. ZEIQLER Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
Phone Main 197
ana you'll, get FRESH BAKED bread j
Delivered to Your Home. i
PRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EED8 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SM.
flMkx 'younq builpinq.
sTl'-" . -
Hoffsch lacier Co,,
hin and li.lliclSts.
We have the most com
plete line, of locks, hing
es, window catches and
In the city. We supply
suitable goods for any
building from an elegant
mansion down to a poul
SAMPLES ON DISPLAY.
We have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather Is Just right for
picture taking and you have the
chance of your life.
Anybody can use a kodak It's
No waits between courses
when you lunch herej yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords.
25 CENTS WITH BEER.
Blank books of all tort, ledger
etc , manufactured by tbe Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Are you having a little private mon
ey panic of your own? If so, don't try
to borrow SELL SOMETHING, and I
replenish your purse. A Bulletin want
ad. will act as your broker In the mat
ter. Tall) lion, livery, nutos. Stkyds SthH.
(lathers were few and lar between
at trip bench )eslenlay.
ltlnk open Wednesday and Saltudu)'
nights only. Hnnd music. '
There will lie a meeting of tin- Liquor
Dealers' Association today.
A. J. Cass left Wnllitkit Inst week
lor his future home In Scuttle.
A cruzy nmn was brought from Late
by the afternoon trnln Saturday
li. W. Dc Long Post, (1. A. 11.,
meets this evening tit 7:.'!U o'clock.
Harmony Lodge, No. .1, 'I. O. O. F,
meets tonight ul 7:20 In 1, O. O.T
George Mayflcld tins returned to
.Mini I from n vacation In California and
Tliu Wnlliiku Klks are preparing to
ipcpIvo an excursion of Honolulu i:il;i
cn February 10,
VIpIIiiii Dlcrks, who rnllBlpd from
Honolulu, Is irfuled us n ilefertiT from
HlP V. S. S. Independence.
TIiltii will b n meeting of tlm II" Id
day atlilcllc, couuulttpu ut tliu Y. M ('.
A. this nftprnoou ut 5 o'clock.
Tliu iipxi ifhcnrwil for tliu "Cradlo
or Christ" will be lipid ut tliu Cathedral
nl 8 o'clock tomorrow pvpiiIiik.
Would )ou llku to llvo nl Wnlklkl?
Wo have a nice furnished housu on
Lench at moderate rental. Trent &
The local iiurserlpft are miusmilly
well stocK'Pd with Vonnk I'daiils In tin
tlclpatlon of tfiu' Mnrdl tlfaJ rind the
Floral l'nrmlf. "" '
A KorraA''l''iiWaltllli; i-x.ilnliinllou
In the niHtFil't' Cohft Of Wfllliikli for
sprlously knlllui; n fplnw-coiiiitr)in:iii
at a plantation uiui.
There was a hie crowd at tin) huiiil
concert In the Capitol grounds ) ester
day nftpruoon and the excellent pro
eintu wus ftronlly enjoyed.
The Associated Charities will meet
In the Honolulu Merchants' Associa
tion rooms, U'wern & Cooke hiilldlliK,
nl o'clock this afternoon.
Leuhl Chnjiter No. 'i. Order Kasteui
Htur, meets this evening in Masouk'
Temple. Vlaltlnu sluterH and brothera
are cordially invited to attend.
D. li. Davis hurt himself in the Maul
Hotel, Wiilliiku, by hltlliiK his note
cn n painter's stnKhiK while riinnlui; In
the dark to niiHWer u lelephouu cull.
The patrons of the fish market uio
Ii.iIiik their IIvph made inlheruhle by
a liPKRar. Ho Is so Insistent In his di
miiiids that It Is about ttmu an otllecr
wiih KeltliiK busy.
Sachs' salu of uiMileii dross (,'oodn,
Kloves, coruetH and hedspieadH lieKlus
today, ut price rudiiclloiiH that will In
terest you; see uil. on paKo 2.
beach at moderate lenlal.
A lecture on amateur pholiiKriiphy
will he Riven by A. Ourtley at tliu
looms of the Y. M. C. A. next Friday
ovciiiUK nt 8 o'clock. Tliu Camera Club
ttlll reorKU0l7e after tliu lectiiie.
Tlio SeasluVv has plenty or sun
boards, tmrf canoes. Canndlan iuno-s
etc., which are at the disposal of Its
guests. Itemember Hint tlio best bain
lilt; ami the best surf for board rldlnc Is
directly In front of the Seaside.
A special meeting of tlio Walalae,
Kulmiikt mid l'nlolo luiprotement Club
will he held next Thursday evening at
b o'clocl; at the residence of Frank
Cook, for the pim'mim ot dlKPiissInt;
Icglslutlvu iiclloii in regal d to Improve
ments to be made In that district.
VrodenlitTK of Hiittiill writes tho
lltilletlu; "Aiiyonu wishing to tuko
In the nummlzcehiaiKhf uin ilo'so by
luiidlliK nt KutViilhue, wheie nn unto
In prepared to itiliiiH 'party of three, (no
liiKKUKc) the lYimnl flip. :i 1 liitlc-u thero
mid buck) f'orJIO pev'lniHBener."
The kuowleiiBe that lillllniHUli with
ilyiiumltti Is unulnst the law wum thor
oiiKhly uliHorbed by two Jiipniinse who
were ratiKlit In the iict yustenhiy, Otll
rer I'lilllps or I'eurl City was ;lveu a
tip the other day, mid secreting hlm
belf, caught Hie two Jajiuiiese In the
act. A number or dynamite curlrldgeH
In their possesbloii will be used ns evl
Uence. Tim Maul News says: The local Klkn
held a meelliiK at the Maul Hotel last
Saturday evening fir the imriiusv of ar
tiingliig for Ihu entertainment ()r tho
KlliH' excursion rrom llonoliilii, which
will take place on the loth or Febru
ary. Committees were appointed mid
arrangements made ror an elaborate,
reception. The coming or the llllm
will do much to enliven the town mid
ns all cluwcs or pioresslons and mules
will hn reprcfenled It meutiK much tor
Walhiku. About llfty nieiuhers me ex
liecled to come licit- from, Honolulu.
To their favorite smoking tobacco.
Tobacconists try to keep all brands in
order to supply their trade's demand.
Our Standard Smoking Tobacco
Stock Is a large one. If you can't get
what you want at your tobacconist,
come here; we're Sure to have the
brand you want.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET3
That' right, five there are other,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes shew an Intolerance
they tire, ache, smart or wa
ter; objects twlm 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. H. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May a. co.
lit r II1I M m. m t
H. Culman, 64 Frt St.
Kingslilu, .lain, ilea, Jan. 21. Th
Ameili-mi bluejackets hive been with
drown upon the peremptory demand
of the lloverutir, who icncnltul til')
lauding of foreign Hoops.
Fighting Bob Sails Away
The lIlilteil'HIIIti'H Kiii.iilron under
Admliul Ewiiih has tailed for (luuiitu
iiiimo, Mexico, ami t lie tilKjiulehlug of
I supply ship lies been countermanded,
us results of the refusal or usslstutiue.
Vulture! Find Bodies '
Vultures lu their descents uikui tho
nilns'iilil1 the searcherH lu locating the
bodies Of Victims
London, Jan 'Jl. There, Is a feeling
of regret here over tliu Kingston Inci
dent, hut llieie Is an nhsuiiit of publhi
cxpreHsluii pending an olllclul reiuit
TRAINING SQUADRON WILL
MAKE NEW START
Tolllo, Jan. 'JO. The damage to the
training squadron, which had Blurted
for Honolulu mid been forced to put
back because ot tho storm, Included
tho loss of nix of tlio boats and tliu
Injuring of thirty, members of tliu
ciews. Tliu wpiuui'OU in oe ielUie.
and will stmt auulu within u shoit
NOTED ITALIAN DEAD
Home. January 20. Hx-I'rumlcr Sur
mcco died yesterday. ,
RUSSIAN JEWS COLONIZE IN
Los Apgeles, Jail. 0. It Is pluulled
to colonize Uiwer California with two
million Itusslnn Jews.
EMPEROR WILLIAM'S BROTHER
llerllii, Jan. 20. I'lUirn llviil'),
brother of Hmpeior Wilfluni, Is III,
Prime Henry visited the Uultud
Ktntett Mime time ago mid created u
lasting favorable impression by his
unlet mauiier mid iimissnmliig wu)si.
Ills very kind reception enhanced Hill
country u lhiiisuiid-fohl lu tliu esllui.i
Hon or Knipcioi' William, who wus ex
ceedingly pleased ul the way his biulh
IT wns received.
MAHLBOI10UQHS PART QUIETLY
Loudon, Jau. 20. Tho separation of
Ihu Duke mid DuehesH or Murlboiuugh
bus beui effected without ally public
lly, due to the Intervention or Kiut:
NEW YORK'S F.XGOVERNOR
Olemi, New York, Jan, 20. Flunk W
lllgglus, ex-(lovernor of New York
Stute, Is hopelessly III.
FATAL 8TORM 0WEEP8 TWO
Ilurriilo. N. Y., Jan. 21. A wind
storm has swept this city, raging for
eighteen hours. The dumugo lu esll
mnted ut $1,000,000, Five steamers uiu
It will .no longer be necesscy to
climb stair to see our solendld stock
of books. We are moving Into down
stair quarters on Hotel St. between
Fort and Bishop. In addition to our
regular line of standard books 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.
Vltltoro always welcome.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel St. bet. Fort and Bishop.
Th Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin olvea a comnlata lummirv of
the nw of the day.
l ! M '
'oh am i n:i
or the (lovcinor'ti toiiUuct.
AMERICAN NAVAL SURGEONS
OO GOOD WORK
Kingston, Jim. 20. Thu clearing up
or the debris' is proceeding rapidly.
Outer lelgus ill the city mid (hero ure
few hiotliigs. Not u shot bus been tiled
to enforce tlio law. The American uuv
ul surgeons from Admiral lCvuiu'
thlijs hare done mugiilflcent work. FIo
Imndred bodies have been burled.
Scores of people were ci ciliated ut
Htrect-cnissliigs where they were hem
med lu on all sides by burning build
lugs. Fully 1U00 people have been
maimed for life and tliouwtids have
3iistiilticd lesser lujiiiles. The steamer
I'rluz Wuldeiuur Is a total wiecK.
ligioiuul lu the linihor.
Cleveland, ()., Jan. i. The storm
l.eie resulted In one killed mid out)
falally mid many seiiously injured.
Much damage lias btcu dune lo prop
ill). THAW GOES TO TRIAL
New York," "Jim. 21.-Tlio tilal of
Hurry K. 'riiiiw'fol- the murder of Sluu
lord Whltiati.Ma'illsuii Sipuiru Uunleus
hiht July'wtll'beglii today.
PLAGUE AGAIN APPEARS
itlo l)e Janeiro, Jan. 2L Hilbonlo
plague has reappeared here. There
have been 32 cases mid 8 deaths lo
EXPLOSION KILLS 27
Hantoi'd, Intl., Jan. 21. There are
twenty-seven dead rrom the explosion
of :i carload or dynamite here. The
entire pasiienger train Hut received
tliu alioek was ihmollshcd. Ouu thou
siiiul rcct of the rullwa) tiurk waa
THOUSANDS HOMELESS -Y
Ciiii'lnmitl, .lull, 21. The Ohio river
iniitlnucH rising. Twenty thousand
pimple uiu homclchs fioni I hr Hood.
SIBERIAN I8LAND GETS
AlcMindinvsk, Jan. 2L Hnghalleii
bus been visited by uevero eurthcpiakuu.
IS FINN) $10
Ah Kawul, u Chinaman who keeps n
dry goods storu on King street near1
ltlvcr, wus rush enough to sell goodsl
last night. According lo the olllco.'
who iiiailu tliu iincHt his jiliuu wus
wldu op"ii uud hu was doing u rushing'
business. Hu made one wile luo many,
however, uud though he only look lin
1& cents hu lost Jlll.sr, on the trade, us
Judge Whitney lined him $10 and ll
All Kawul did no! seem to think thud
Ihu Siimhiy luw amounted to uiiythlim)
mid bald (hut u friend ot his had Just
couio In from Ihu country and hu had
told him some gingham, He did not
nppicelate the treatment which was
given him by Judge Whitney unci paid
Ills due with ii very unpleusmit expres
sion on his face.
NI HI MB
False Accusations Are
No Grounds For
"In an action against a husband for
necessaries furnished to his wlfo on
his credit whllu shu Is 'living supnruto
mid upuit from hlih tho burden Is on
tno plaintiff to show Hint tho wife Is
justllled lu living n pal t rrom her hus
band When tho separation is with
Ids consent It Is not sufficient for him
toluhow, In order to' escape liability,
that tho wife made fulse accusations
against li I in.
"lu such a cuso tho proceedings In
li divorce suit subsequently Instituted
uy tho husband against tho wlfo are
not admissible in evidence.
"Fnlso itccusatloiiK by u wife against
her husband do not entitle him to a ill
voice or separation,"
Tho above Is tho syllabus of .1 de
cision bunded down by tliu tiiipreiuo
Court this morning In the mutter or
. W Forrester vs. A, M. Huill on u
hill or exceptions from tho Circuit
The cuso was a suit brought by For
rester ugaliiBt Hurtt for medical ser-
vlceu furnished Mm. Hurtt while she
was living apart ami separated from
her husband In Pomona, California.
The llurtlH had formerly lived lu Ho
iiolulii mid tliu husband wns still liv
ing hero. The Circuit Court gave Judi;
menl ror tho defendant. Tho plaintiff
appealed to the Supremo Court on a
bill of exceptions, only one of which
Is considered by the Court, viz.: Hint
tlio Judgment. Is contrary to the law
nml tho evidence. The decision says
that although u husband Is bound to
support his wife, where husband and
wlfo nru living apart anil separate,
one furnlKhlng. necessaries to tliu wife
does so nt his purll, and must show,
In oiiler to recover, that the wlfo wns
lu need or thOi'iiccessarles, that (he
husband had failed lo .supply tier with
them, mid that sho wtt Justified lu liv
ing apart from her husb'aiid. In this
caso the plalnllf did not show I he
ieiiilsllo fact tii entitle 'him to ie-
cover. ,-' i
The defendant claimed that he was
pot liable because tho separation was
tho fault of tho wlfo in making ralsu
iiccusatloUH against him. This wns
not sufficient under the statutes to
entitle him to u decree or divorce, mid,
taken In conjunction with the other
evidence, did not warrant n finding
that tho wife wus not justllled In llv
lug apart from bur husband.
Tho exceptions nro sustained, tho
Judgment sot aside, -and u new trlnl
Will OF IN ENA
The will or the late John Una wa.i
admitted to probate this morning by
Judge Lindsay. Father Valentin unit
the Hawaiian Trust Company were up
polnled ndmliilstrntors or the estate,
under bonds or $!i0,000 each. , Harry
Armltuge, Itiiiiuy Knitt and John Mar
u'lllno weie appointed appraisers ot
UNA SATOJHJT Mi
lima Sato, Ihu Jiiianese woman who
was round guilty in Judge Dole's court
about it month ago of huvlng uu extra
hiisbuud, mid who wus sentenced to
puy u line of $200 uud to serve one day
in Jail, wus rulvasuiL, today. Klie has
ueived the ouu day, uud thirty days ad
illtloual, which enabled her to' take
Ihu 1'oor Debtor's nuth, It Is probable
Hint shu will tul.u Home ntc.m which
will euablu her to return to the mini
who Is the rather or bur child, and who,
die claims. Is her real hiisbuud.
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 19, 1907,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
W (1 Wulker to II K Naalkauna et
l.yle A Dickey lo Charles K Mooro
. , Itul
Chow Wui Chin lo Chow Will Kong
First Hank of Hllo Ltd to Frederick
H Lyman . . , Itel
Mary Kiilniuua to Herman N Kal-
iiiaua ut nl I)
Nakuuuliiu to S K Kalona D
J II Kmiimmu and wf to Kmniiku
I'auliau t w) D
Klhl M Loubciisteln to David A Loch-
Entered for Record Jan. 21, 1907,
From 9 a. m.,to 10:30 a. m.
K N Kuiiu and wf lo John Kekmilu
lleiirlullu Ainueliloiiu to Kuua and
K N Kuiiu and wf mid by utly to Wll
Hum RCnstlo tr jf
Kuuiuakuplll Church by trs lu Alex
ander Young , itul
Moses I'upnlakuu to Knholowuu (w),D
MKDHIItOS At Woluliia, Jan. 19,
1007, (o Mr.-uiiil Mia. J. I. Modelros,
Saiirilay, January 19.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tnllett, from
Kauai ports, U:3S p. in.
Sunilny, January 20.
Stmr. Helpne, Nelson, from Hawaii
ports, 9:1.1 n. m.
Stmr. Noeau, fcilersoii, fnim Hawaii
ports, 7:40 n. in.
Htmr. Nllhnii, Townceiul, from Kauai
isirts, 1 a. m.
Stmr. W. (I. Hnll, Thompson, from
Kntial ports, 3:2.", a. in.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, I'lllz, from Maul
ports, :20 n. m. ..
Monday, January 21.
Htmr. Klnnii, Freeman, from Vol
cano excKislou, Uilfi a. m.
Stmr, Manna Um, Slnierson, from
Volcuuu How, 8:J0 n. m.
Departed, Jan. 18. H. S. Nebraskan,
Knight, for Sallna Cruz.
Sfinr. Ke All Hon, Tnllett, ror Ha
waii ports, f p. in.
O. S. S. Siena, lloiullette, from the
Slum W. (I. Hnll, Thompson, for
Kauai ports, r p. m.
Stmr. Kliinu, Freeman, for Hawaii
ports, 12 in.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, I'lltz, for N.Molokal
I orts, G ;i. m.
Stmr. .Mauna Uia, Slmeinon, for Ha
waii ports, 12 in.
O. S. S. Sierra, Iloudlette, for San
Francisco, p. m.
H. S. Coptic, Dixon, from San Fian
Cisco. Tho Supreme Court today rendered .1
ilcchdoii overruling tliu exceptions rrom
the Circuit Couit lu the case or F. J.
Testa versus Kuhahuwul, Win. Whlto,
D. K. Kuluiiokuluul uud 1). Kalaunka
hull. This wns uu action ror Hip bal
ance duo ror materials furnlnbed and
bervlccs lendeieil lu pilntlng the In
dependent. The cuse wus first tried III
1S'J9. when the plaintiff recivm-iW
vurdlct which wus set aside by the Su
preme Court, l-ast year the matter
was tried before the Circuit Court uud
the plaintiff obtained a Judgment for
the full amount claimed, $743.40, Inter
est mid costs, against all the derend
Mits except I). Kalauokalanl, as to
whom the action hud been dismissed.
Exceptions were tukeu to the Judgment
mid these the Supreme Court today
In u letter received by Charles K.
Nutley from II. A. Heeii, a Chinese law
yer who was admitted lo the Hawaiian
bar home time ago, but now in Shang
1ml, the hitter stutetUhut lu the exam
inations prescribed by the Judge uf the
Hulled Stales Court ut Shanglial, Lor
rln Andrews, former Attorney General
or Hawaii, und F. M. Hrooks, foimerly
of Honolulu, fulled to puss.
Tills Information seems to bo almost
beyond heller. Mr. Andrews wus uu
old time, lawyer In New York before
Ills advent in Honolulu. Hu wus ad
mitted lo the bur or the Supreme Court
while Attorney Ueuerul ot tills Ter
Mr. Hroolfs wus nn honored member
or tlio bar lu several stutes In the
Union, uud while In Honolulu Ills rec
ord compare favorably with others in
It wns announced last week by
Judge Robinson that hu would render
his decision In the uialter ot Hie charge
ugulnst Wllllo Cruwfoid, who wns In
illctPd, by ihu liquid Jury for running
ti gambling, gome; The Judgo stated
thls'monilng, howoverthat ho had not
been able to decldo In regard lo tlio
demurrer und hu wuuld therefore with
hold his decision until Thursday morn
ing. Hr"Por Rent" carde on aal ai
1 9Q7 Styles
Here now In MEN'S 3TYLI8H 8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Coodt In
cludes all the beat patterns and col
orings. You are Invited to come In
and tee them.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
82 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741, ' f. O, Box 9a
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