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WEEKLY C A LEND AH
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Pacific Second Degree
Hawaiian Second Degree
Perfection Regular -5 p. in.
All vliltlng members of tie
order are cordially Invited to it
tend tnetitlngs of local lodges.
RM0NY LODQE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
tleeti every Monday evening at 7:10
I. O. O P. Hall, Fort street
i: It Ili.WIMlY Secretary
C A SIMPSON. N (1
AD visiting bro'.lieri Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. af P.
Mixta every Tuesday evening at
30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. KJur
meet. Vlsltlny brother cordially lu
"ttti to atteml.
a s wr.niu:it, c c
V WALDHON, K. 11. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mecti every Friday evening at
'. I. Hall, Klne street, at 7:30. Mem
ri ot Myitle Lodje, No. 2. Wm: Mc
.loley Lodge, No, 8, and visiting
rotters cordially Invited.
It tlOSI.INO, C C
A 8. KKNWAY, K It. 9.
HONOLULU LODGE 611, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No, CIC, II P. O. K ,
cv ill miit In their hall on King lienr
Tort street every Friday melting.
II v order of thu 1! It.
HAItltY II. SIMPSON,
II i: Ml'ltltAY, lMt.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODQE No. , K.t4P.
Meets erery Caturday jrenlng at
':I0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
tract Visiting brothers cordially In
'Ska to attend.
L. II. WOLF. C C.
V, A. JACOUSON, K. It. H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. 8.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKS
DAY eTenlngi of each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King street
Visiting Eaglet art invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Bacy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE H: 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets ever)' second and foiirtli
Fill DAY of each month In I. O. O. V.
Visiting bmthcri cnrillnlly l'il'-l
E. V. TOW) Sai'iim
A. i:. mi'iipiiv i i i:
IAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
Mday of each month at San Antonio
all. Visiting brothers cordially lu
ted to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't start the Now
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. Well begin the
, work right, c'nd It right
and charge only what's
& QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0 BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIOLER Manager
manufactured from pur distilled, ws
rr. Delivered to any part of city by
MHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Telephone Bfne 3151.
Phone Main 197
ana you'll get FRESH BAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home.
PRt?8H FLOWER AND VEGETAELi
8EE08 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TIL. MAIN Me
Kincr and BclhclStu.
Of All Kinds
We supply house and sign
painters with reliable materials
such as white lead, zinc, oils,
colors, brushes, etc.
We also carry the famous Hub
buck's boiled and raw linseed
oil. It Is an oil a little higher In
price, but is without a peer
where a superior finish is want
ed. When you let out a contract
for painting, you will be wise to
tpecity Hubbuck's oils.
177 8. KING 8TREET.
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 kndak It's
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are aerved
promptly. All patrons got
the best the market affords.
25 CENT8 WITH BEER.
Ulank books of alt aorta, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the- Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
The Want ad. habit la
not cultivated In Hono
lulu one-tenth as much as
It should be. Many a lit
tle worry may be cured
by a little Bulletin ad.
U liMMll'M ItMK K
Col, John llnlii-r U In town. i
Tall) turn, livery, itutos. Stkils. Ht hi. j
A buckskin innro Is held nt llio Mn-j
Itcgiilnr wcekl meeting of Elks to-'
Illght in new hall i
Itlnk open Wednesday and Satmdny
nights only. Hand music. ' i
Mrs. Dole wllr not receive today on
ininmt of Ml mi Krout'H lecture.
Hawaiian Tribe, Order of Ited In,
'meets this eeuliig in I. 0. O. F. Hull
A number ot litleis In the local mn.l
lestirduy wen; badly charred by lilt.
Tin- golf totirnument lit lliilehwi
takes (iliice on Sunday. Special cup to
Oaliu Ixidge, No. 1, K. of P., will
intet tonight ut 7:. 10 o'clock In K. ot
P Hall, King street.
Tim meeting of the trustees of the
Sailor's Home bus lieen jiostHiiii-d un
til Wednesday next ut y a. in.
Special reductloiiH on sheets, pillow
cases, woolen nml mtton blanlielo,
lomforters and iiullts at A. Mom's thti
The lieather'a on lire! lteiiicinber
the Scottish Thlslle Club's llurns' an
lilvcrsftry smoker at Wuverley Hall
I'rlnco and Princess Knwniinualcoa
have presented Humane Officer Hose
Davison with a beautiful silver badge
of office, ,
In n letter received from V. Schnaclc
he a theie aru seenteen Hawaiian
loys nnd elrls now In the Stnuford
II. W. llitrdfn and W. S. 1'raBer, cni
plojes of the Commercial Pacific CaliM
Co, will le.ne for (luani by the trans
Any claims against the late WaltH"
Clarke ot Kamohamelia school kIioiiiiII
l. presented to P. I,. Home, principal
ot the schools.
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs free from
rust nnd purifies rain water. Ghe It
tl tt-lnl finil li. ntivlnna.1 lnl If.iru I.i '
Peed Co. .agents.
Cards have been hmicd for the pie
ceiitutlon of thu portrait of thu late
I resident of the Un!emlly Club, Dr.
KrnnrlH It. Day, at r. this ufternnoii.
Will Discuss the Pleasures
of Glory In
N. Keriinnilet, notary piilillc, type
wilier, etc, Iiuh removed IiIh otllie tii
No. Ml Kuuliuiiiuiill street, opposite
the olllco of Theo. II. Dnvles & Co,,
DurliiK tint colli spell wo will sell at
groatly reduced pi ices blaiiketH, buiU.
bpruudu, comforter, shcetH, Hhcotliu;
ami tonelu. I.. 11. Kerr & Co, Ltd,
Tonight u moH eiitertr.liiltiK lecturo
will be given on pletorlal compoHltlon
In photography at the Y. M. C. A.
ioouih by Dr. A. N. Sinclair. Klght I
o'cloclt Ih tlie hour set for the lecture. '
A meeting will be held at the Y. M.j
C. A. hall at 4 o'clock Sunday after-1
noun, nt which Theodore Itlchards will
Hpeult on the "Moral Ibhih-m ltefoie tho
Next I-egUliiture." All men uro wel
come. It Is probable that condemnation
proceedings will shortly bo iUBtlluteii
ayulnst the Kuplolanl Kstnle by tho
Attorney (lenernl for the purpoxu of
irciitijiRDu rlBhl-of-way for the now
Kiillhl miner 'Byateni. id
Thu SeauluV) a has plenty ot sort
boards, surf ' canoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which are ut the disposal ot Its
guesU. Itemember that the best but...
Ihk and the best surf for board rldiug U
dlrwctly In front of the Seaside. '
Amoe Kapua was today granted a
llvouu from John i. Kujiun on thu
ground of extreme cruelty. Ktipuu,
she itllRed. wus in the habit of kicking
und heutingiher, und on one occaxlon
Bat on her to jirevunt her going uwny
on u Hteumer.
The attoriieyB for Kutsutaro Tokh
in 1. 1 o, who wuh found guilty In the cir
cuit com t of minder in the second de
gree, today llled u bill of exceptions fo
the Judge's instructions, to tlm Jury in
the case ami to his ruling lef using to
gram a new trial. $
The runcrnl of the lute Mrs. Hattlo
Kauanul Kutuu, wlduw of the late
Judge Kama of Wuluuae. will be held
this nfternon ut 3:30 o'clock fiom
Touusend's iiudertuklng parlors. MrH.
Kama was 77 yeurs of uge und u rela
live of Mrs. John i:na.
The amount of I87.D0 wlileli was col
Ifcted last Sunday ut the Methodist
church for the Clilim famine relief was
IntrusUd to Illshoji liiirrla fur iIIhIiI
butlon nniong the Btarvlng. Hlsliop
Hnrils will arrive In the famine du-
1 1 let In alxjut tlueo weeliH.
Hev. John W. Wadiuan wilt visit (
Japan next April for the jmriKibo of I
(ittendlng the annual eoufeiencu of the
United Methodist churches of Japan,
Pastor Wadinau will also attend the
International Convention of the
World's Student Volunteers, 1o be held
In Toltlo In May.
Colonel Jones, N. O. II., was In
formed yesterday that permission hud
teen obtained from the Dowsett Estate
for the holding of uu encampment ot
the in 1 11 1 lu. at l.ellcliiui. The Honolulu
companies will uccurdlugly go under
i am an for a time, probably during the
third week In February.
K i liiVtKz.vAv: trim
tr usWW(sT "
That's right, five there ar others,
but these are the Important one for
you and your eyes;
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes show an Intolerance
of light: I
they tlrt, ache, smart or w
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These ar a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N. SANFflRn
i wisiii wiisri
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
uver May a. co,
VlHiiiifnctni-ur of thee
SOUVENIR GOODS which are universally admitted
-the best In the market. Any piece of Jewelry stamped
H. C. which Is found defective, no matter where It was
bought, will be exchanged for Its duplicate If presented
at my store. '
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
BRITISH GOVERNMENT MAY RE
1.01111011, Jim 2.r -The Impression U
blowing that Sir Alexander Swetten
haiu, OoTernor-ln-Cliiof of Jamaica,
"ill lie recalled by the llrltlsh pn em
inent owjim tu his alleged Inefficiency
during the recent eartliijuaKe.
(Uivernor Kuettenham has been lit
the Colonial sen Ice sliuu 1SGX. Ills
Ural otMvu wus In Cc)iou. Since then
lie has served III the StrnlU Settle
ments, llrtilili (Julaiia und Slngapoiu,
ASSEMBLY'vyiLL EXCLUDE S. F.
Hacimiienlii. Jan. 2B.-U has been
lemilved to exeliido nil lepresentutlves
of the San l-'ium-Ncu llulletlu tiolu t
The IxrHIuIoik nt California hnve
hud their Ire ifioused to such uu ex
lent, by the Severe criticisms of the
San l'niiKlnco HiillQtln, that the Hat
Iiua been Issued to exclude, not only
Correspondent l.lvernusli. but all mr -
respondents of that paiier hum the
Assembly l.lvcrnash was ut one ttuio
leading llslit uu tlm S. V. Cull
PENSION CLAIMS AGENCIES
Washington, Jun. 25, The House
haH passed u bill uhullsliliiK thu pen
sion 'claims agencies throughout- the
country, consolidating them into u cen
tral olllce ut Washington.
COLD WAVE MODERATING.
London, Jan, 23. The cold wave
thiuiiglioiit Kuronu In, moderating.-Dur
ing the recent cold simp the death of
sixty-seven persons from freezing has
been lepoited from Southern Itusslu,
8PAIN'8 CABINET RESIGNS.
Madrid, Jun. SB. The cabinet has re
signed owIiik to dissensions uniting lis
members over thu pioposcd luw deal
lllg Wltll UKBOClatlOIIH.
8T. LAZARRE PRISON DOOMED.
Paris, Jan. M. It has been decided
to tear down llio historic St Uuaiu
The Weekly Edition ortne Bvenln
Bulletin giver a complete summary ot
the uews of taei ds.. For SI yr.
Fine Job Printing at tha Bulletin.
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 STREETS
HI U V I N li Bjg v
It will no longer be nectiscy to'. . , , ,..,.. ,
climb stairs to set our splendid stock I LOCal FriGlldS Will GlV6
of books. We are moving Into down-
stairs quarters on Hotel St. between
Fort and Bishop, In addition to our
regular line of standard books In sets
we art fitting out an old book ahop,
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.
Tha Wsaklv Edition of tht Evanlna
j Bulletin gives a compUla summary of
tho news of the gay.
J 064 Fort St.
BANK MAY LOCATE,
IN PROGRESS BLOCK
With reference to the erection of u
new building for the Yokohama Spccl'j
Dank branch, at Honolulu, Y. Aknl the
manager of the local blanch stated thlu
looming that for thu convenience of
the Japanese population he thought It
would he more satisfactory to remove
the present olllce to the vicinity of tho
Japanese Consulate. He thought Hint
the Progress block would bu large
enough to umimuiodnle both the roil
tuiliite nnd thu hanking business. "Of
course this proposition is not et gone
into Willi tile japanesu uoiihiii," sain
Akal, hut would be entered Into ns
lOifc""" as jKiKBiuie. nie iiujeci ui neeji
lug Hie bunk in touch with the Japan-
se Cousulatu Is to enable the lalioiers
to find the bank more easily As It Is
u good many of them have trouble in
lindiiiK the exact spot where the bank
If doing business, and oftentimes they
have left the town anil gone back to
Uielr plantations without lucompllsh
'"K "'' imriKise. As yet there Is no
further advice lecelved from the main
olllce relative to the contructlon of n
new building. Aciordlug to a report
Architect Kerr has had the plans unil
Bpeclllcullous prepared und had Klshl
Hlaeil here u little longer the building
Mould have been going up by this time
$159 FOR k WIFE
,i in i. '
Unlted.Stnles .Marshal Hendry leaves
tonlglit.iiu the Cluiidlne ror llilo to get
together he .witnesses In thu case that
is to come up In the United Suites Dis
trict Court there ut thu approaching
term. Judge Dole and thu other mem
bers of thu court will leuvu on thu Kl
nun uu thu 29th.
Thu principal casu to com.) up is
that of Alno Y. Yoslildn, who is uc
cused or selling his wife for II M. The
charge ngulust him Is that of conspir
acy. Yoshlda, of course, denies the charge
nnd says that lie got tho $1S0 from the
woman, und not from thu man who, it
Is churged, bought her or nt least
foreclosed it mortgage on her.
REAL ESTATE TKAN8ACTION8
Entered for Record Jan. 24, 1907,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hank or Hawaii Ltd to Junius l.y-
James I.ytett und wf to Muy M I'.
May I, Wright ami lish to Hank of
Hawaii Ltd Ml
Pnli'lm Plantn Co Ltd by llegr.Notlcol
Kst of K W Ueckley by uxtix ami
hsh to Sabluu K II Hutchison . ,.,Ui
William A Huddeii and wf to Clias '
M Cooke I, til ,.',..', ,,.,l)
Sarah 8 Itoheitwiu lo lilshop of ,
II Wulerliousi) Tr Co Ltd to W II
A Sleboit p.
Entered for Record Jan. 25, 1907, '
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. '
Mary 8 Perry and hsh to John '
Ifipf.i.li If 'I1,....!. ...i.l t ... ti ......ii .. :
KffurtH uru lo bu tnudo by President
of Hoard of Health Plnkham to mtiini
u mom hequeut mid convenient steam
ship service between Honolulu and thu
LAME FORTUNfc DEVOTtD
TO PHILANTHROPIC PURPOSES
SPCCIAL 8ERVICE SUNDAY A
DKETCH OF WHAT IS BEING
DONE WITH BISHOP
This In the elghty-lirili birthday ot
Hon. C. It. Ulshrp.
As u mark of esteiif for tlit n nn
who has done so much for Hnnnll the
trustees of thu Various trusts whlrh
Mr. lilshop has made will meet at Kit
mehnmehn schools this afternoon
with tlm school faculty. While there
will be no ceremonies, there Is no
doubt that remarks' will he made which
will cxpiesa appreciation of a good
On Sunday special exerclt.es will he
held In the Kaiueliamehu sclioo, cha
pel. "Mr. lilshop does not cine lor pub
licity In connection with lilr, forl
here," mild W. O. Smith. whn imKpiI
of what plans the trustees line! fur
recognizing Air. Ulshop'H blrthdav.
"Pnlthftil stewardship Is I believe the
central thought behind ever) tiling
done by Mr. lilshop. He Is truely n
wonderful man, and worthy of llio
great aloha felt for him In Hawaii.
The trustees will meet with the Kame
hnmehn faculty today, nnd while we
shall have no Hpcclnl procrnui, w-i vlll
no doubt extend our longni'iilntlom
mid express our sentiments ns best -e
While C it. Wallop has for many
years done Iniimernhlo chnrltablo nets
within this Territory, his work In this
dliectloii has bein especially made el
dent by the CI. as. It, I1IkIioi Trim
I'miil, which he Instituted In August,
IS'.O. The original capital consisted ot
six uoleB for $."0,t)00 each, four for
SlOO.Ouo, and four for J2.r,.UU0 each.
linking a tntnl of IHUO.OOO.
Part of this fiun wus given to the
Queeii'H Hospltul and other Instltutlonn
in lump sums, about $20,000 of It hav
ing so fur been expended In this man
ner. Prom this, however, a piovlslon
that the capital must not be reduced
below J500.UOO. -The Interest In the
lemainliiK capital is distributed to
hcliools, hospitals, und churltuble In
i.tltutloiiH In annual payments, there
being a general provision that the sur
plus Income, which remains when the
ether Institutions have received their
(.hares, shall go to the lilshop Museum.
Thu principal recipients from tha fund
are tho Knwalhao (Kris' Seminary, the
IColinla Olds' School, the Makawao
dlrls' Seminary, tho Sister's of tin
Sacred Heart School, thu St. Andrew's
Priory, tho free Kindergartens .the
Kuim Orphanage, the Kiimehameha
Alumni Association, thu Central Union
church, thu Kaiiuiakaplll church, the
Kalulnui Home. thu Kuwulahao
' church und others.
Judge lioblimoii today, acting us
both Judge uud Jury, found the sixty
eight Chinese gamblers arrested In
the Orunil Jiny raid, .julliy in charged.
They will bu sentenced tomorrjw
The aihc wus before the court on
nppeul from the district court Judgu
Whitney had found the sixty-eight
lovers of the fas:lnutlons or pal kail
guilty und had soaked them each ror
2.r uud costs, with the uxeep.iou or
tho man who wus runulni; Hie timu
and the doorkeeper. The former got
Cu days und the latter a mouth ut haul
The cuso has been uu iliteiotlnt;
one In that the attorneys for both
Blde.t devoted a largo pait of their at
tention to trying to prove that wlt
neseK of one another weie Hare Tliuy
fceihied to lie lemurkubly sue:essfiil,
aaW'For Sale" carda at Bulletin.
the favorite dentifrice. Perfectly de
licious and fragrant. Positively bene,
ficlal. Aik your dentist.
. Thursda), .latiunry 24,
Slmr, I. Ikelike, Naopala, from Ha
.mnkim sirts, 13D p. in.
Tug Intrepid, Olsson, from Kaana
pall, 3.K, p m.
Thursday, January 24.
U. S. It. C. Manning, .loynes, to
renrrh for disabled schr. Idika, 4 a, tu.
Sttnr. Mlknhaln, flregory, for Katiol
IKi'rts, r, : I r p. in.
O, S. S Ventura, llnywnrd, for the
DUE TODAY t
O. 8. 8. Ventura, llayward, from
Stmr. Klnnit, Crecman, from llilo
and way ortM, a. in.
Says He Was Forced By
Cut In Salaries By
IAN0S QEN1LE ROAST
10 JACK ATKINSON
SHERIFF FAIL8 TO FIND LAW TO
8UQMIT LISTS OF AP
POINTEES TO SECRE
TARY OF TERRITORY.
Tho changes which Chairman litis
tace nnd Secretary Jack Atkinson
claim have been iniulo tn the pollco
lono for Hlltlcnl purposes wera
(orced by tho action or tho Hoard of
Supervisors, according to n statement
made by Sheriff laukea this morning
lu speaking of tho matter ho said:
"I had told u number of men that
I would give them 'appointments and
they had been measured for uniforms
and had been already fUtod when thu
cm ot ino payroll to icooo ror tho
month of February was sprung by the
Hoard of Supervisors. I could not tell
these men who had gone to this ex
pense that I would not keep my prom
Ise. could not discharge' tlm men
who wero already apiKilnted by mo
and worklug. I do not think that any
one would expect that. Naturally, I
let out Homo of the old men whom I
did not expect to let out for some
"I guess I must have fired somo
puts of tho Secretary, from what ho
says about my having men on the
force who have been arrested time
and again for all sorts ot crimes. Do
you know whom ho refers toT He
hud nothing to say till soma of his
ravorltes, men who havo been going
Into rowing uud that sort or thing,
were let out. Then he starts with all
Httnck. Iteally I cannot sue myself
.hero thu dismissing or the hiring
of men in thu pollco department so
comes under thu Jurisdiction ot the
Secretary of thu Territory. I may bu
mistaken in this but I hopu not.
"Uuforu uuy men wero let out I
talked over thu matter with Captalu
Parker and ho gave mo tho names ot
u number ot men who uro In the habit
of asking for leaves continually to do
outside work and tako part lu matters
which have nothing to do with the
police department. These men nat
orally wero, the first to bu let go and
I hoy seem to bo tho ones over hlcii
the trouble has started.
"Wo aru trying to get along with a
very small force und havo $1300 less
with which to pay the men than theio
was during the last month that Sheriff
H row ii WIlH n umco m j WBnt metl
who uro loyal lo my administration.
It I have appointed men who will not
do their duty oh officers and It comes
to my ears I shall see that they are
PjrMFor Rnr card n aala it
Hera now In MEN'8 STYLISH 8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the beet patterns and col.
orlngi. You are Invited to coma In ifi
and aea them.
HI HI II A V
w. n. Anana a la., a
MERCHANT -TAILORS JM
62 King 8t
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