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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Pacific Second Degree
Hawaiian Second Degree
Perfection Regular S p. m.
All visiting member! of th
order are cordially Invited to at
teud meettoii ot local lodge.
rtARMONY LODQE, No. , I. O. O. P.
Mecti every Monday evening t 7:30
Is 1 O, O F. Hall, Kort street
K. It. llIINDItY, Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON, N (I.
All vlsltlag bro'.bers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meeti every Tuesday evening at
t:SU o'clock In K. o( V. Hall, Klur
street. Vlsltlnr brothers cordially In.
fltei to attend.
A. S. WEUtimt, C. C.
F WALDHON, K. 11. a.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meet every Friday evening at
K. 1. Hall, King a'.rcet, at 7:30. Mem
ber! ot Mystic Lode, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
It. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KliNWAY. K. 11. 3.
HONOLULU LODQE til, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, II. 1. O. K.,
will meet In llil'lr hall on King near
Fort street every Krlduy uvunlug.
llv order of tlio K, It.
HAltltY II. SIMPSON,
II. i:. MUHHAY. K.H.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. t, K.af P.
Meet every Saturday veulni at
1: 10 o'clock. In K. of P. Hall, King
MtmC VUltlng brother cordially In
tits to attend.
. I II. WOLF, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. 2.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WKDNK3
DAT evening of each month at 7:30
tfelock In K. of P. Hall, King trt.
VUltlng Eaglea are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOUE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE, W. Baty.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. IL M.
' Meets every second nnrt fourth
FItlDAY of each month lit I. O. O. F.
Visiting brother! rnrdlu'ly lnin-.i
i:. v. Tnii:i. "-i-'-tiii.
a. i:. mi ni'in. ..t.it
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brother cordially In
vited to attend,
F. W. WEED, l'rea.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but hava your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what'a
7 QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 1(3.
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.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLI
8EEDS FOR BALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
. TEL. MAIN 9tt,
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
SAMPLC3 ON DISPLAY.
We have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather I Just right for
picture taking and you have the
chance of your life.
Anybody can use a kodak It'
No waits between courses
when you lunch her; 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.
niank book of all aorta, ledger!
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
tH? .BtiTtfr' i,i rrii tfiiiiti.hWVt! Jhftf,.lMattiaiiiM'iiitaViilbiri mi tutim
Tall) hoi, livery, nutos. Stkyds. Stbl.
John Wise la n candidate fur Clerl:
of tho House.
Four drunks, Including one woman,
were arrested last night.
ltlnk open Wednesday and Satin day1
nights only. Hand music. '
The Hu Wong Society la planning a
big parade with floats for Chinese Ne-v
A shooting liollco relative to llono
lua Itaticli lauds Is run under New To
A luitlcu to stockholders of the Ho-
iioliild Soup WorkB Co., Ltd., la pub
lltsliM in this Issue.
Olivn Kelllnoliola was today granted i
n divorce by Judgu Lindsay from herj
Hnwnltan Iidge, I'. & A. M., will
bold a special meeting this evening for
Work In the rccolid decree.
John (lomiT, n Porto Itlcim, was
locked up last night by the jKillce to
nlliiw of an examination Into his san
ity. Special reduction:) oil sheets, pillow
(uses, woolen mid cotton hlanl.cls,
(omforteis mid quills ut A, Ilium's this
Work on the Wnlalao road bus been
resumed. The road is now In a fln
lihrd rondlllon from the no nearly to
A lot on the corner of King and Mo
kailea streets, raluinn. b by 100 feet
In area, was sold by miction for 2fiti
The regular imetlng of Damleii
Council 'No. CC3. Y .M. I will lie held
this evening nt 7:30 o'clock In Sun
Henulnr meeting of Honolulu Aetle
No. 140 Mils 'evening In K. of I'. Hull,
King street, jit 7.l301o'clock. All visit
Ing Eaglet 'art 'IhMted to'nttend.
Dr. Uchldd'-ycslerday piirrhasetl tho
lease of a lot at Walklkl near the rac
trad; on which the rent Is iC a year,
for J220. J. K Morgan- condircted the
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs, re
duces temperature as much ui .15 de
grees. This hus been ascertained by
uctual test. California Feed Co.,
Charles A. Stoble, cashier of the
First Hank of llllu since Its organza-1
Hon, ban resigned his position and will
settle at the Coast. He has hooked for'
the Sonoma. I
In the matter of the gtinrdlaushlu ol
Mnblc Roberts et at, the third annual i
account of the guardian, Jumes Fuller
ton, was referred by Judge Lindsay to
John Marcallluo as master.
The large crowd present ut tho hand
concert ut Thomas Square last night
was dlsuppnlnted In not hearing Miss
Minnie Aklnn sing. For some reason
'Miss1 Aklna did hut materialize.
Japanese Consul fiallo Is quoted as
tujlng thut the clause In the proposed
liquor law, limiting th, Iksiiuiicu ot
licenses, to cltlxeus. Is In violation ot
treaty between the United States and
I'rcsidenhof Hoard of Health I'lnk
ham does not aiitlclpatu that there will
Le much more money required ilurliiK
the next biennial period to conduct tho
leper settlement thuu was thu case last
Edward II. Ulunchard, a graduate of
IT . .... . . ... . .
,,"n"" Acuoemy aim or the 'Oli
class of Harvard, Is expected to arrlvu,
mi-.c mi mi! n. a. ventiira today to
takn charge of the science classes at
the High School.
Tho Seaside lias plenty of sun
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which are at the disposal of Its
guests. Remember that the best bath
lug and the best surf for board riding U
directly In, .f ront.of tho Seaside.
me nanng of gongs nu snapping
of llrecrackers al an early hour this
morning hnuouncHli the opening of u
new uiillieNe.,,t'lttl .liuusu oil Kilkul
stn-et. Tho building belongs to the
llfllV I lATkltir Trtl .. !...! ' . .. ..
.... ...uK ,ni, u uiuiicii oi uie ice
K Tong of California.
Ijist night u Chtneso watchman fn
attempting to arrest n young Japunese
suopiiiier, was Interfered with by a
number of Jupanese. Several blasts of
ine wutrlininu'H whistle brought De
tectives Diivuiichelle uud Iul to hU
asslstuilCH. Thellllef was taken in n...
On Saturday, January 12, "Ijinaklla
Hale" (Hull of Victory) was deilleati.,i
at Wulkane. Notwlihuinii.ii.,,. i,
lillsernhle. damn weather, them wm.
it large crowd attended the ceremonies
There will be a concert In the now hall
Saturday, January 20, for thu purpose
of raising funds.
T.iat old Kentucky whlskuyi Smooth
anil palatable. And only 12.00 for
th-eo big bottles. Tnke somu homo
wllh you. Lewis & Co., Ltd., Family.
I.lquor Dealers, 169 King street. Tolu
lilnuo Main 240. This line blended
Jleir boo wlilnkey in put up In gallons,
half gallons uud bottles.
Experimenting with new and untried
Dentifrices Is dangeroua. Keep to
SOZODONT, a standard for sixty!
years. Called "The Honest Dentifrice"
because, In all that time no effort has
been (pared to produce a Dentifrice
tho teeth require, It purifies while It
pA I U lUf
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
V0" and vour "'
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 of glasses, points
that point to us.
B. N. SANFORD.
nn.JI ..;.. T.;J . r.rJl.-
BOSTON BUILDINQ, FORT STREET,
uvir may a 1.0,
iVWinufiiotui-wr of the
SOUVENIR GOODS which are universally .admitted
the best In the market. Any piece of Jewelry stamped
II. C. which Is found defective, no matter where It "was
bought, will be exchanged for Its duplicate t presented
at my ctore.
JAMAICA WILL ASK FOR
RECALL OF GOVERNOR
Kliifcs'lon, Jamaica, Jan. 2.1. Them
It much k,h lar tcseiitnicnt hero
UKUliiHt the Coteruor. A movement to
bring uhoiit his recall by the llrltlsh
authorities h!ii been sturted
JAPANESE FROM HONOLULU
San FiiiiicIsco, Jan. 23. Two bun-
Iriait luniiiinuii lifnii trttt friilit lliilirillllll
"" MS" lllftIH .. U..W....
c-n tliu H. S. Aluinedu, wlilcli urrlvicl
ctc yeiteiduy. weio refuseil a landing
by thu immigration authorities. Infor
mation had been received leading to
the belief thut the Jupuuese bud been
bioiiKhl heiu under contract.
lly the Alameda's lust dip up, Jauii-
ERUPTION IN JAPAN
Toklo, Jail, 23. All eruption bus
broken out In thu volcano of Asumu
jnniu. Asaiiiu-yania Is but X'M) feet high
and sltuattd neur the (enter of the
uuii siiuauu nur 1110 teiiier 01 inwi
largest Island of thu group coiiiKslngl
the Nippon lCmplre. In 1870 this
motiutnln was In violent eruption.
Since that datu u constant emitting ot
i.iilpliilious fumes bus been going on.
mid thu piesent eruption has been ex
peeled for 11 number of jears.
GOVERNMENT ORDER8 AN
Washington, Jan. 23. Thu Senate
has passed a resolution ordering 1111
Investigation Into thu murders at
Hrownsvllle, Texas. This Is to be
done without .tiiestloulug thu author
ity of President Itoosevelt In discharg
ing from the service the negro soldiers
salilto be lespousiblu fur the shooting
nud rioting, uud those who refused lit
glvu Information on tho subject.
8CHMITZ AND RUEF MU8T
Sail Fiauclsio, Jan. 23. Judgu
Dunne hus denied the motion uiiiiiillug
the Indictments letiirned ugalust .May
or Schniltz uud Abo Huef, uud has 01 ti
med an Immediate trial of tho two.
THAW TRIAL BEGIN8 TODAY
New York, Jan. 23. The dial of
Haiiy Thaw, the murderer of Stnufoid
White .will Jie resumed today?
Hurry K. Thuw's trial was to liavo1
commenced January 20, but wus pout
poued until today.
COLD 8NAP VI8ITS EUROPE
London, Jan. 23. Thu cold through
out Kurojio Is Intense, tho cold wuvu
extending ns far south us (Ireece, In
Constantinople a blizzard Is raging and
there has been a fall of snow In Atliem.
m, ,, ,
It will no longer be necessity to
climb italrs to aee our splendid stock
of books. We are moving Into down
stairs quarter on 'Motel St, between
Fort and Bishop. In addition to our
regular line of standard book In set
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,, Lt,
Hotel St, bet. Fort and Bishop.
' The Wkly Edition of th Evening
Built tin (,ive a complete eummary of
n nwa or in day.
JU64 Fort St.
New YnrJ(, Jan. 23.-iMiiKeva nrrlV'
Iiik heio from thu ruined city of Kings
Hon condemn the authorities thero for
the iuetllclency sbowu during th re
11 ry 1C, h rmwd of Jupauesu uuinberlug
322 were steel ugu passengers for Sail
It Is evident thut ..Information hus
been furnished the authorities ut San
Francisco to the elfect that Jupuuese
luhor agents were ut work among tho
Japanese plantation laborers of these
Islands Inducing them to abandon the
tune fields uud go to California.
FOR CIMi W
TllH tirmmultlmi uti f.Mit tt Ijuiiu
"lulr "''euses to none but cltUens Is
creating a roar all down the line. Such
101 arrangement would greatly reduce
thu number of places wheiu "smiles
are hunded out.
The total number of licenses in foice
In the Territory nt thu present, tlmo
li. 2U4, divided among the different Is
lands as follows: Oahii: Honolulu,
101; outside dlstiicts, 32. Kauai, 29;
Maul and Molokal combined, 10; Ha
waii, tiz. ur thu above number ullens
bold 119 and Ullzcna H5.
In thu city dlstrjrt the number of
citizen licenses outnumber the nou
citizen, but in the outside districts lint
reverse Is the rule, nearly two to one,
Purser John (Irube, of thu Mlkuhal.i
ieMirlH the following spgur on haul
011 Kauai: K. S. SI., 850; V. K 150;
M. A, K., 12,057; (1. & It.. 5002: Melt..
I.'l.:i75; K. ! 2900; I'. I., 10,410; II. St.,
To their favorite cmoklng tobacco.
Tobacconists try to keep all brands In
order to supply their trade's demand.
v Our Standard Smoklnn Thr
., .. . ,
Stock Is a large one. If you can't, act
what you want at your tobacconist,
coma" here; we'10 Sure to have the
brand you want,
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
I. MUCH WM:
r.nvamnr QaAnrac It Tn
UVTBIIIUI llvuuvua is w
$32,000 Less Than
the estimates of President Plnkhnm of
tho Hoard of lleulth to about 122,000
less for 'tho coming biennial perlol
than the Hoard had to spend during
the past two years.
President Plnkham Is consequently
greatly worried and much disgusted.
He stated that he doesn't see bow he
can get along with what the Governor
ecommends, but If the Territory wants
him to do so, he will have to do the
best ho con. Ho says, however, that
there Is greut danger of an epidemic
1 caultlng from tho lack of proper san
itary Inspection. With less money to
cpend, them can be less efficient work
done and few Inspectors employed.
President Plnkham hints broadly
that he knows more than he cares to
cay at the present time, and suggests
that tho people of Hawull urn more
than liable to regret bitterly any reduc
tion of the elllrlency of thu Hoard of
Health in Its work of safe-guarding
the health nud snfet) of the people of
''I have not gone through the esti
mates as returned to me by the Gov
ernor, I glanced through them, ami
what I saw made me so sick that 1
hae not bad the heart to go any,far
Iber jet," said Mr. Plnkhnm. ";
understand that the rule against lob
bying Is still In force, but I think !
Lave some frleuds In the Legislature.
LEAGUE WILL BUY
(Continued from Paoa 1.1
would be willing to extend the time
of payment, If, for Instanco, tfioo were
Fulk said It looked as If the Oabus
were trying1 to cram the Diamond
Heads down the league's thront,
whether It wanted them or not. Thomp
son answered that be W0.1I1I listen to
tio personal remarks.
Fnlk moved that the by-laws b
amended KU that no club should bu
allowed to sell or assign tho whole or
any part or Its Interest In tho agree
ment lK-tueeii thu several clubs and tho
Trustees without the unanimous con
sent of thu League and Trustees; nlso
that to constitute a quorum, nt any
regular or sjieclal meeting, at least
thrru clubs and elthur tho president or
secretary must bu present.
GOVERNOR MAY STOP
(Continued from Page '.)
want that dam Mulshed by tbu 23d of
next November," he said, "llolloway
says It can be done. The contractor
nys It Is liiijKsslble.
"All of last summer was wasted. 1
don't want next summer spent the
uime way mid with no better icsult.
We have the powei to cancel the con
tract without any loss to the Terri
tory Some method must bu found of
hastening the work."
Very little Is being done ut present
in the wuy of construction, the Hov
ernor states, uud be does not believe
that much loss will result from stop
ping the work for 11 mouth or so ut
tills seuson of the ear until the Lciels-
lature shall, decide what Is to bo done
uboiit the matter. The. summer ls,tlm
time when the real work should be
douu and can be dune to tho best ad
vantage, uud Governor. Carter wunl3
things put Into such sham thut work
can begin In earnest when the weuther
It is evident from the general trend
of his remarks 011 thu subject that ho
is strongly Inclined to support thu con
tentions of the Superintendent of Pub
lie Works Hint tho fault lies with
Wliltehoiise, the contractor. .
Whltehouse, he says, has done noth
ing In the way or constructing a llumu
for the currying In of earth for the
'am. Acinidlug to thu terms of thu
(ontiart, two methods weru specified
for getting tbu dirt down. O110 wus by
hauling 'it there lu carls. This Is a
much slower and moiv expensive wuy,
uud thu bid for doing thu work in this
wuy wus corruspondlhgly higher than
for sluicing thu dirt down. Yet While
house bus persisted lu curling it in,
llolloway has asked several times (but
u llumu bu constructed for sluicing, but
Whltehoute has leplled that there Is
io water for sluicing. He has been
told that that Is none of his business,
nun me contract culls ror the bulldliu
of the Hume, and thut by the time It Is
built there probably will bu yater
enough to usu It. Hi) does not say that
be will not build It-hut bu doesn't
"When I camo back from tho Coast
ufler I had been sick," says th Oov,
einor, -i expected to find the work
progressing well. Instead I found 11
greut deal of dissatisfaction uniong tls
,--...r imr me uinu 01 u uuin that
wus to bo, built. I changed the typ.,
anil udopted the Schussler plans be
llovlug that this Territory wauled thu
em uuin inai could bo Unlit. I wanted
It built In a hurry, hut thero has been
nothing but fussing over the work and
llttlo has been nccompllshed. This
must be stopped.
"I would havo stopped the work last
Wednesday, January 23.
O. S. 3. Sierra, Hnudlettp, from the
Colonies, 11:50 a. m.
Stinr. Clnudlne, l'arker, from Maul
liirts, 3:19 a. m.
I rSUr. Mlkahala, aregory, from
Kauai ports, 3:55 a, in.
I Tuesday, January 12.
, Stmr. W. (1. Hall, Thompson, tor
I Kauai Kirts, 6 p. m.
Stmr. iwalanl, I'lltt. for Molokal.
t ttlUUl 111IU luni jjjui in w y. lit.
. (). H. 9. Marlposu, UiwIcbb, for San
Francisco, 4:30 p. m.
Stmr. lleleue, Nelson, for llama
kua ports, C p. in.
Wednesday, January 23.
Am. bk. St. Katberlne, Saunders, for
San Francisco, 11 a. 111.
Am, bk, N'miami, Jossclyn, for Ka
cunpall, 3 p. m.
DUE TODAY '
P. SI. S. S. Coptic, Dlxou, from San
Tho Oceanic steamer Sierra came In
to port n llltle after 10 o'clock today,
about 18 hours late, from the Colonic.
Her steam steering gear broke down
shortly after leaving Auckland and
though the engineers worked hard
making repairs the ship was stopp.-d
several times on the way up for the
Tho Sierra apHared very high out
of the water at her bow and low nt
her stern, thu cargo having been shift
id lu order that she might steer more
easily, .She was toned Into the har
bor by the Intrepid and will make re
ralra before leaving here. This Is ex
lected to tnko about 12 hours but the
notice has been given that the ship will
sail tonight at 12 o'clock. Whether
she can get away as early as that, how
ever. Is a question yet to- be deter
mined. Thu Sierra has n small list of pas
sengers for this Hirt but has more ror
San Francisco, these being mainly me
chanics from Australia who are burn
ing to the Coast ror tho high wages
which may bu obtained there. Her
freight ror this jmrt amounts to 82
tons and her through freight to 924
ROAD 10 ALEWA 101.
FROM IP 5JREET
The road Jury called to di-cldo as to
u road to open up thu Alenu lots haj
chosen u road from the upper end of
Wyllle street to the Alewu tract. The
route runs through the Andrews, Hook
and HulJoii properties, and Is about
1500 feet in length.
' The matter Is now up to the Super
intendent of Public Works. It will be
necessury for a committee to be np
rolnted to appralso the land which the
Territory wishes to acquire tor a road.
in order that condemnation proceed
ings may be Instituted. This will take
some tlmo. As soon us It Is done and
access Is given to the Alewn tract,
1-und Commissioner Prutt will dlsiose
of thu lots at public auction.
rail," continued the Governor, "were II
not ror the roct thut under the terms ot
tho nppioprlatlons, the work could ho
tioue only under the present contract
It the money were to he available.
Hut It Is different now. We still
have the appropriation, bifl tho Leg
isluturu meets soon, uud It can mako
n new appropriation or pass a bill ren.
derlng tbu old ono still available under
n new contract."
Whut plan will be adopted for carry
ing on the work In euro It Is susien.le.i
now Is u matter for the Legislature to
decide. In cuse thut lui.lv u ,....,
llollowuy and Howland, It Is probablo
that thu contract with Whltehouse will
be summarily cancelled, in nM, .,,
II may bo decided to mako a new con
taacli with some other contractor, or
tho whole work may be turned over to
the Government u),il llolloway and
Howland put lu charge or It. without
nuy contractor to hoiimr m, . ...
Ihelr respoualhlllty with.
Here now In MEN'S 8TYLI8H 8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Good In-
dudes all the best pattern, and eo.
o'ngs. You are InvlUdo com In
and see them.
W. W. Afaana S Co.,
02 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. ,P. o. Box tt,
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