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EVENMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 11., SATURDAY, TED. 2, lMT.
Kadoth Regular 5 p. m.
All yleltlng members of tbe
order art) cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. t, I, O. O. F.
Meed every Monday eventnf at 7:10
in I, 0. O V. Hall. Fort atreeU
K. 11. 1IKNDKY. Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
MYTIC LODQE, No. , K. at P.
Meeti every Tuesday aveolng at
t:8U o'clock la K. of K Hall, Klur
street. Visiting brotbera cordially In
fltrA to attend.
A. S. WKBBKR, C. C.
F. WA1.DRON, K. II. 8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. 1 F.
Meeti every Friday avenlng at
K. I'. Halt, King a'.reet. at 7:80. Mem
ber! of Myatlc Lodie, No. 2 Win.' Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. I, and flatting
krotbera cordially Invited.
It. HOSLINH, C. C.
A. S. KKNWAY, K. It 8.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, ft. P. O. K.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, It. I'. O. K,
will meet In their ball on King near
tort street eery Krlday adenine,
liy order of tliu K. It.
IIAIUIV II. SIMPSON,
II. K. MURRAY, lMt.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.af F.
Meeta every Saturday avenlng at
r-.JU o'tlock In K. of P. Hall, King
I'raaL Vlaltlng brotbera cordially In
fit to attend.
L. H. WOLF. C. C.
J E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. 8.
HONOLULU AIRIK 140, F. O. I.
Meets on tba 2nd and 4tn WEDNK8
DAY evanlnga ot eacb month at 7:30
'clock In K. of P. Mali, King stre-L
Vlaltlng Eagles are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOK. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second nnd fourth
FRIDAY of each iiioutli In I. O. O. F.
Vlaltlng brother cordially lmlld
r. v. mni). "Vifin
a. i:. mi ui'ii i' hi i:
DAMIEN COUNCIL Ho. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday ot each month at San Antoulo
Hall. Visiting brotbera cordially In
vited to attond.
F. W. WKKD. Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't atari the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but hava your delivery wi
1 gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what'a
427 QUEEN 8T. TEU MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 1S.
C. W. ZEIOLEB Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part af city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Bid 3151.
Phone Main 197
ana you'll get FRESH BAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home.
MESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLI
8ELDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor -
TEL, MAIN SI.
kino; and B:lhel Sts.
THINGS WE HAVE IN
Flower Pots In all sizes,
8auccrs, etc., for the fernery,
made of durable terra cotta
Chimneys In plain and or
namental patterns. They make
the house look try attract
Sewer pipe and water mains
177 S. KING 8TREET.
It Is to our Interest as well aa
youra to develop your films and
plates the best we know how,
so as to promote picture-taking
and not discourage It. We em
ploy the most expert devalopera
and printers to be found and do
the work carefully and scientifi
cally. Conditions are Ideal now for
picture-taking. Bring your neg
atives to us.
'" Everything Photographic "
No walta between coursea
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are aerved
promptly. All patrona get
the best the market affords.
25 CENT8 WITH BEER.
Blank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc ) manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
n X R It X 1? X X K, X K X
X Family wants are nu- X
X merous and of dally urg- X
K ency. Why not let a Bui X
X letln want ad. do your X
X walking and talking? X
x a I
Tallyhos, livery, autos. Stkyds. Stbls.
Dest cup ot coffee in tbe city. New
England. Bakery. .
If your tewing mncblne needs repair
ing phone Benny & Co.. Main 488.
Wllllnm McKlnloy ,1-odge, K. of P.,
meets this evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
Owing to tho weather, progress on
the new IMinnlioii College buildings Is
The 4-monthR-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. II. Meyer died nt 7 o'clock p. m
See Illustration of tbe new model of
the Winchester rifle In this Issue. Hold
by E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Tho epidemic of measles Is said tn
bo lighter on the higher levels of the
city than It Is on the flats.
This afternoon the Hawaii dun Chili
will hold their first practice shoot at
the new traps in Kaknnkn.
Admiral Very will have the nnval
docks ready to receive the Japanes-i
fhli9 any time after the 14th.
Former Queen Lllluokalaul and Mrs.
Joseph Aea did not depart by tho
stenmer Mauun ,oa jesterdny.
Dr. Rowatt, I). D. S., has retiimel
from his trip to Hawaii and has re
turned practice. Telephone Blue 1301.
Trent & Co. signalized the tqicnlne;
of their now ofllces by giving their
Irlends.'llrst notified by mall, a beau
t tfiil art calendar.
High Sheriff Henry and County
Sheriff laukea have reached a harmo
nious understanding about the support
pnd care of prisoners.
Secretary Atkinson has on bis desk
a stamping clock by which any mis
sive received can be Btamped with the
lime of receipt to tho minute.
Kdwnrd Townsend has been ap
pointed Japanese Interpreter In tho Po
lice Court, and Oeorgo Walpn In place
of Nohunohii nu the foot patrol.
A handsome little pavilion is being
creeled at tho corner of Wilder avenue
and Punahou street for tho conveni
ence of Rapid Transit passengers.
N. Fernandez, notary public, type
writer, etc., has removed his office to
No. S44 Kauliumanu street, opposite
the office of Theo. II. Davie ft Co.,
Tho marriage of Miss Carrie Cnpl-
tola Tuttle to James Melville Monsnr-
i at will take place Monday evening.
February 11,1 ut St. Andrew's entile-
Uw prices at the New P.nglund link
The Chinese famine relief fund Iliads
n fulr stride csterd.iy. Six subscrip
tion lists were turned In to the secre
tary's nftlre. The sum totals to
Buy Centennial's Best Flour and you
won't have grumbles about how moth
cr used to cook. New shipment Just
received; 11.25 a sack. Henry'May &
Co., Ltd., 'Phone Main 22.
There Is no golf tournament for to
morrow nnd thero will bo simply the
Individual play on the links. Tho
White Hock trophy event will be held
ut the Ilulolwa Hotel links this
A child fell from tho second story ot
tho Palamu kindergarten yesturduy
and was seriously but not fatally In
Jured. Miss Lawrence, superintend
ent of kindergartens, Is taking euro ot
Humane Officer Rose Davison is to
begin a crusade ngainst mangy dog
The town has quite a number ot surh
dogs that should be put out of tbe
way Ito prevent the dreaded disease
spreading to valuable dogs.
The Seuslde has plenty or snrl
boards, surf canoes, Cauadlan canoes
etc., which are at the disposal ut its
guests. Remember that tbe best bats
Ing and tbe best surf for board riding It
directly In front of the Seaside.
Beautiful !,o.uhala floor mats, any
size mesh, llnmbuo fibre: Teco pot
lery and KrfSslan brasses. Fans, bas
kets and tapas, Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co., Alexander Young building.
Daloon fishes nnd "devil's bells.
Captain Carter of tho U. S. tug Iro
quols, on his lato trip to Hawaii, trav
eled from Napoopoo to the head of tho
main lava flow. The stream had
stopped, but hissings and rumblings
were still to be beard at the vent.
The opening services ot the Seamen's
Chapel In the Sailors Homo bulldlu,
AlaKi'a street, will take place on Sun
day, February 3rd, commencing at 4
o'clock. Bishop Hesturlck will offi
ciate. All friends are cordially invited
The pastor of tho Christian church
came in this morning on tho Klnau
from the Volcano nnd will preach ut
the accustomed hours tomorrow at tlm
Christian Church. All the other usual
services,, will be held at the church
during the day,'
This uftariioou at Anla Park thmo
will be two ball games. Tho II rut or
theso will be between the Kualu Alt'
letlc Club and the Royal Kawulhau
fllee Club. The other will be between
the Kuala Athletics and the Haulaule
of the Aala League.
The commltteeMu churge of the Ka
mehanieha Alumni Association benefit
dnnco at tliu Young Hotel this even
ing announces that everything is in
readiness for tho occasion. Tho corn.
mltteo solicits tliu assistance of ovely.
one, especially the young Hawallans,
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes!
you frown er squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes show an Intolerance
they tire, ache, smart or wa
ter; -objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
Th, ara a few of the oolnts that
point to the need of 'glasses, points
that point to uc.
A. N. SANFORD,
B08TON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May A Co.
Manufacturer of tins
SOUVENIR QOOD8 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 Newa on Page I.
THAW TRIAL BEGINS
New York, N. Y.. Feb. 2. The trial
of Harry Thaw for thu murder of Stan
ford White will begin Monday.
PACIFIC SQUADRON NOT TO
Washington. I). C, Feb. 2. Nnvui
men now regard tho Japanese situa
tion ns inslgidlteunt ami say Hint tbeio
will be no Increase in thu strength of
the Purine niival forces.
REAR ADMIRAL DAVIS
Wushlngloii, . C.. Feb. 2. Presi
dent Kuoaeiell has ulllelally common-
ded the conduct of Hear Admiral Da
rls ut Kingston.
Caracas. Venezuela, Feb. 2. Gener
al lias, llovernur of Caracas, has been
assassinated by adherents of Vice
CZAR SANCTIONS LOAN
St. Petersburg, Russia, Feb. 2. Tho
viur has sanctioned tm Internal loan
nl $25,iiOU,i)i)0 for fuuiluii relief,
(Continued trom Page 1)
Perkins of California. Ill the House
Committee, Invaluable aid was given
us by Congressman McLachlou or Cap
llurnla, who was chairman of the sub
committee that consldeied our two
On Wednesday 1 received n letter
from Chairman Burton mylng that he
felt that we should be treated liberal
ly, uud that he thought we could de
pend iiH)ii (400,000 for each juoject.
From Mr. McLnchluii I have hIiico
learned that the total of $800,000 bus
been settled upon by the committee.
From an inside source, I also learned
thut the chairman had decided to give
us $400,i0 for Honolulu hurbur at the
time when ha was not expecting to do
anything for lllo; the $400,000 agreed
upon later fur Illlo Is therefore simply
an additional sum, uud has not In any
way Interfered with the umouut se
emed Tor Honolulu hurlwr. In both
cases theie will be un appropriation
ot $200,000 cash uud u continuing con-
tiact fur an equal umount.
The bill Itself will probably be form
ally reported to tbe House on Wedues
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars Is the
Why? Because It Is the finest type
of a cigar. It la a make of exceptional
merit; of most pleasing aroma and
devoid of rankness.
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for Sc.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
You will And us on Hotel Street
just opposite Union.
We are down stairs because we
want more visitors. As was, many
customers would have climbed five
flights of stairs to see our magnificent
stock of books. As Is, these will not
be discomforted and the new store
will be more convenient for the don't
We cordially Invite customers,
whether they wish to buy or not.
We want them to see what wa have,
so they can tell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, orig
Wm, C, Lyon CoM Ltd,
The Weakly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin Oi'vee a complete eummary of
new of the day.
1064 Fort St.
day, the 23d.
It Is a notable fact that of all the
dredged harbors In the United States,
only New Yor.1;, Boston and Honolulu
have u depth of 3u feet. Philadelphia.
Baltimore nnd (Inhesion have only
from 27 id 30 foot haibon.
Thu Delegate will nrrlve In the city
tomorrow, nnd we shall hue u heal
ing ou Monday liefure tho Senate sub
lommlttee on Fortifications, to en-
doaor to have the Items for Hawaiian
fortifications reparoled from those ol
tho Philippines, where they are now
grouped as a part of the "Insular I'os
Tim Wnr Department has submitted
the estimates In this form for several
ears, and the hostility of Congress to
ward fortlf)ing the Philippines bus
strongly tended la keep back appropri
ations for Hawaii also.
Very truly yours,
OKO. B. McCLKLLAN.
Secretary to the Territorial Delegate.
THE SUPREME HOT
ON THEJP DUIY
The Supremo Court ou Friday band
ed down a decision In the mutter ot
tho appeal of C. Bolte and J. O. Car
ter, trustees, from an assessment of
stump duty by A. J. Campbell, Treas
urer of tliu Territory. Thu decision
holds thut the uct of the Treasurer In
sensing a stamp duty ou uu Insliii
meut extending1 the time for payment
ot tho 'balance due ou n mortgage ot
certain property mortgaged by J. P
Mcndonca to lloltu and Carter.
Campbell assessed u stump duty of
$311) un thu Instrument ou thu thcoiy
that It was u mortgage. Thu trustees,
Bolte and Carter, contending that the
duty should bu only $1, on the theory
that tho Instrument was merely un
agreement, appealed from the decision
ou a cuso furnished by thu Treasurer
under Section lllOU of the Revised
The Supremo Court holds thut they
aru right In their contention. Thu
(tamp duty Is fixed at $1, Thu sylla
Stump duty Instrument modifying
terms of mortgage assessable as agree
ment, not as mortgage An Instru
ment reducing tho rate of Interest on
bonds secured by an existing mortgage,
extending tho time of payment of the
bonds, providing for new coupons, uud
permitting the trustees to take posses
sion of tliu mortgaged property ami
manage It nnd apply thu Income fo"
thu benefit of ull concerned, should bo
etamiied as an agreement ami not as a
(Continued from Page 1)
clslon that thu Supreme Court hold
thut thoru was no light under Section
254. Our contention bus beuii upheld
hy two Judges, Judges DuBult ami Wil
der. As against them nro Judges
Hartwell and Freur. If the aovernur
thinks this legul point bus been set
tied be is mistaken. We have JiiBt
commenced the litigation.
"I believe nliiety-ulnu moil out of a
bundled In this Tenltory bollevu thu
decision Is wrong and uru opposed to
Hllzabeth McCnndless wus till
inoruTug granted a divorce from tier
husband, James McCnndless, on the
ground ot desertion.
Many Ford Runabout
Come As Cargo Of
One of the largest shipments of au
tomobiles which ever arrived in Hono
lulu came In this morning on thu Mat-
son steamship Kulerprlsc, It consists
ol nine Ford runabouts which aru con
signed to the Schumuii Cnrringe Co.
These machines lire of the 11)07 model
and the 4-cylliidcr typo; they are of
18 horseiiower and can be speeded up
to a rate of 40 miles an hour. Three
xlmllar machines, received last month,
are now In use In the city.
The following gentlemen nie think
ing of buying from the stuck of
machines iccchod-todiiy: A. Hock
ing, J. A. McCnndless, J. S. McCand
less, Frank Baldwin of Maul and .1
number of local doctors who wish thu
machines for use In their practise.
I1 WAS F1KE
The report of Queen l.tlliioknlnnt'M
mgagemeiil to Prince Alexander ot
Tahiti, which appeared In the Kxam
Inei recently Is denied on absolutely
reliable authority. When Mrs.. At
water, formerly one of the Hahltlnii
t rlncesses, passed through here ou tho
Marlposii, she left u letter for Queen
Lllluokalaul saying that she was sorry
that she bad not met her. Mrs. At
water also Informed the Queen In Hint
letter that her brother, Piiiicc Alex
ander, was at his home busily engaged
In his own private business. Queen
Lllliioknlanl was then at Lahalua. Tho
leporled engagement of Her Majesty
with Prince Alexander of Tahiti might
be accounted for by the fuct that when
Prince Alexaudei and his sister, now
Mrs. Atwnter, visited Huwall In the
days of monarchy, they were enter
tained by Queen Ktntna, Princess MUe
llke nnd the then Princess Lllluokn
Innl. Since then they have alwass
been on fileudly terms. Mrs. Atwuter
Mould have been royally entertained
tad Queen Lllluoknlaiil been in Hono
lulu when the Mariposa stopped hcie
MAY OPERATE SOON
it will bo nearly three months before
the okolebau distillery ou Hawaii can
bo opened up. It wus to have been
opened some weeks ago, hutthe rev
enue men found that no proper survey
had Wen made. Ilnliih Johnson Is miu-
ut the distillery making u Burvey. Ho
is expected wick the end of next week.
The survey will then have to go to
Washington for approval by thu Treas
ury department. This will mnlmliU
lake about six wteks, according-to the
siuieiucui or collector Roy Chamber
ENTERPRISE IN PORT
Tbe Matson steamship Kntcrpriso ar
rived this morning from Illlo nnd San
Frunclscii bringing L'.OOi) tons of freight
for this city from the Pimm Thn Inn,.
est single shipment was 3.000 cases of
Kerosene oil ror the Standard Oil Com.
puny ami the remainder pnnulnlu nr
general morchuiidlso for tho locul
The Knternrlsn linil n muni (rln fr..m
tho Const and uso ofor from Illlo,
nnd Captain Ynungren seemed Just as
glud us ever to reach Honolulu, whero
lie has hosts of friends. Tim Itllnnlnn
of thu Matsou Hue, lins been In dry
dock uud bus been undergoing a gen
erul overhuuHni- fur tin. nut lv
weeks and Is expected to gu back on
the run niiout Feb. ir. Sho will then
romu down hero with a full curgo di
rect from Sail Francisco, thu Portland
trip being given up till Captuln Matson
can have another vessel built, as ho
finds that there Is ull that lilu vessel..
can do between Illlo, Honolulu uud
In thu matter of Wm. II. Harbottle.
vs. Sum Kouou and I). W. Keaweu
tnnkl, Judgment was given today for
the pialntlff In thu sum of $CG.uO.
'it is a very pretty
custom to send your
sweetheart or wife a
pretty Valentine Feb.
We have a dainty
line this year pic
tures of beautiful lit
He girls, etc. some
hand painted, some
black and white. No
filigree about them.
Prices 20c up.
Call and see them.
Hawaiian News Co,, Ltd
I Friday, February 1.
I O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from Sail
I Francisco, 11 p. m.
Friday, February 1.
Stnir. Clnudlne, P.irkci, for Maui and
Hnwali ports, 6:16 p. in.
Slmr. .Manna Loa. Slmerson, foi
Maul nnd Hawaii norts, 12:f,0 p in
Htnir. Mlkahala.'aiegory, for Kauai
ports, 5:05 p. in.
Slmr. Iwnlnnl, Plltz, from Moloknl,
Maul and I.nnnl ports, early a. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, early n. m.
.1-: Arrived A
Per stmr. Klnau, from illlo and wny
ports, Feb. 2. J. 11. Hunt, Mrs.' J. II.
Hunt, .Master II. Hunt, Master I,
Hunt, J. N. (Hover, Mrs. J, N. (Do
lor, J. T. Wllllnms, Mrs. J. T. Wll
Hams, I). K. Mcpherson, Mrs. D. K.
Mcl'hcriKfn, Mrs. II. Wonderllck, Mia.
II. P. Fuye, Miss Faye. Miss C. Hem
enwny, Mrs. A. F. Kntidsen, Miss Cod
dlngtou, James It, Hlnslow, A. W. Sals
F. C. Alhertou, Chns. Simpson, A.
M. Brawn, Mrs. A. M. Brown, He v.
i:. I). Kdwurds, Mrs. K, D. Kdwarda,
F. A. Richards, K, I). Baldwin. J II.
Moraguo, leo. Kluegel, C. A. Brown,
Rev. K. S. Turner, Owen Wllllamii.
Mrs. Owen Williams, Miss Williams,
Miss Clarice Kna, Miss Agnes Malo-
ney. Miss Ida Mcdnlre. J. T. I'arkan-
sou, Mrs. It. O. Boswcll, Chas. Dow
ton, R, (1. Legg, Cnpt. J, J, Dower,
II. R. Bryant, R. It. Klglu, I), U. Ma-
conachle, J. F. Woods, F. M. Still-
man, Mrs. Inouemiirn, C. S. Weight,
H. A. Mutt-Smith. Mrs. N. C. Stall
mnn. C. Sclmnrtz, John lllud, A.
Black, Mrs. A. Black and Infant. R. J.
Pratt, J. W. Bersstrom, C II. Zleg-
ier, C. Waldeyer, Miss Laura Cote,
Miss Dora Wallls, W. S. Baitlett.Mni
M. Ford, Mr. Akl.
Per 8. 8. Knterprlse, from Illlo, Feb.
2, 8 n. m. F. 8. Dodge, L. T. Peck,
W. M. Bray, A. R. Rowatt, Mrs. Smith
Dr. Pottle. Mrs. Shlpmnn, I). K. Met-
ger, Mrs. Watt ami son, Miss Alice
Pierce, W. Taj lor. It. W. Shingle.
11 TO REST
Funeral services huvo been held over
the remnliis or Ibu late Captain (lod
fiew, who died recently in San Fran
cisco. The services were conducted by
the Rev. William Rader ami n seleetoil
choir rendered sacred music. Repre
sentatives from neai ly ull Hie large
shipping firms of thu Coast attended.
Among those present were: Captain
11. .. Howard of thu Oceanic Steam
thlp Company, Captain Curtis of tin
steamer City of Pnru, Cjploln Kscheii
ot the Arm of Kbchen & Minor, Cup
tftln Tuttle of Hie United States Rev
enue Cutter service. Captain Rider ol
the California Shipping Company, Cap
tulu J, N. Metcalfe, Lloyd's representa
tive; W. A. Boole ot the well
known shipping and building firm
Captain Marston, with whom tho de
ceased was closely Identified In busl
ness, uud numeruus well knsAvn men
In ' the murine and business eli
des. The Rev. Under, In u short
eulogy, sJOke of the sterling qualities
of the deceased and the good that he
The interment wus private.
GOVERNOR BAYS '
(Continued from Page ?)
mlssloner that thoy would be all right
In going ahead with tho deal.
But although tho case Is out of court
ut present, If is not probable that it
will remain so. McCnndless has an
nounced his determination to take an
appeal to the Sunruiiui fnmt nt ,i...
United States. This action, however.
comes 100 into to provent thu deal. In
the veont of tto matter being carried
up, W. M. aiffard, who Is now tho bold
er of tho Lanal land, will probably bu
ono of tho defendants to tho suit.
Chief JllBticO Freur this mnrnlni, .l.i.
cllned to stute whether or not tho mat
ter Is out of couit. Ho said that It
was xssible soino motion In tho blat
ter might be mudu before the Supreme
Court, and It would not do for tho
Justices to expiess any opinion In tho
Here now In MEN'8 STYLI8H 8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterns and col
orlngs. You are Invited to come In
and see them.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
MERCHANT TAILOR8 . -.
62 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741, P. O. Box 981
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