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EVENING RtJU,F.TIN, HONOUIU). T. II., THURSDAY, FEH. 7. 1907.
32. rji i
'' Pacific Third Degree.
nose Croix 7:30 p. m.
' Lei Aloha Chapter ncgular.
All visiting member! of tha
order are cordially InTlted to at
tend meotlnga ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, Ns. I, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
In I. O. O. F. Hall. Fort stmt
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
All visiting brother! Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. No. t, K. f P.
Weed every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot K Hall, KJni
trert. Visiting brother cordially In
tiled tn attend.
A. S. WERHER, C. C.
F. WALRRON, K. R. S.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. ( P.
liMta aver? Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, Kin? street, at 7:30. Mem
hers ot Mystic Lodxe, No. 2 Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8. and vlalting
trnthera cordially Invited.
R. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 111, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. filfi, n. P. O. E.,
I will meet in their hull on King near
J'oft street every Friday evening.
Py ordsr ot the E. R.
HARRY 11. SIMPSON, '
II. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.tf P.
Meets every Raturday Tenlnf at
t:0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
Kraal. VUltlng brothera cordially In
ntarf to attend. S
L. If. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. E.
Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WEDNE8
DAY evening ot each month at 7:30
"flock In K. of P. Hall, King atreL
VUltlng Eaglea are Invited t at
BAM McKEAOUE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. It M.
Meets every second and fourlli
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F.
' Visiting brothers cordially Invited u
E. V. TODD. Sachem.
A. K. MURPHY. C ill It
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S83, Y. M. I.
Meets ercry second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Tres.
E. V. TOR-D, Secy.
I Begin Right
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'a
27 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47,
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIOLER Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part af city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kswalo. Telephone B'm 31S1
MRS. MORGAN'S JAMS and JELLIES
FOR SALC AT
,- HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
The Kind You Like.
No Other Competes.
PHONE MAIN 107.
Bwliii 1 MaV iiMialMWftiii 1 UA rHUrt .iA'L.Jj.tr.iAv ViM(
Kinpand Bethel Sts.
That is what people
want today. ELAS
TIC CARBON PAINT
is fire proof, weather
proof, acid proof. Wc
guarantee that it
will last on a roof at
least five years.
177 S. KINO ST.
Prom Our Friends
In Foreign L,nntJs
speak louder than let
ters about the charac
ter and customs of the
country. We have 20
new pictures in beauti
ful colors which your
friends arc waiting tn
put in their souvenir
" Everything Photographic "
a Rood lunch with a BIG
glass of beer. You can
have it for 25 cts at
Cor. Bethel and Hotel Sts.
Blank books of ill aorta, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tallyhos, livery, autos. Stkyds. RtbU.I
lllie jour livery rigs nt the Club
Rest cup of colteo In the city. New
Friday will he a busy day at Mor
gan's, read the ndB, page S.
Notice of the election of offlcers of ,
C. Hrewer & Co. appeals under New I
Notice of the annual election of of
ficers of the llnwallan-Anierlcnn Rub
ber Co. nppcnrs In this Issue,
ltcnny & Co. have n few second-hand
machines In Rood condition for sale.
itiu run ni. i-iium- .mini ioo. - , , . , . -
The nuhop Trust Company has been I n always been one of our chief
npi-olntcd by Judge Lindsay minimis- in. Lowering the price by lower
trator of the estate ot Chun Afclng. M"g the quality, and substituting, S
... i.. il - ..! IOD
It Is report rd that Secretary Jack
Atkinson Is somewhat Improved today,
but he Is still unable to be nt Ills ofllcc.
A pure white male hull pup Is ad
vertised as lost. $!i reward will be paid
for any Information lending to tboi
lecovcry of same.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
I1a-Im k m n.Ajjillnnrt BllhnllAi
":l- v.... " v" . . . r:" ::
Finest bathing on the beach.
There will bo about 83 Elks In the
party that will leave for Maul on the
t'laudlnc on February Hi. The occa
sion Is sure to be one of Joy.
Seven men have been at work for
three dajs on the llutclwa colt links
to put everything In first class condi
tion for the coming tournament.
N. Fernandez, notary public, type
writer, etc., has removed his offlco to
No. 841 Rnahumnnu street, opposite
the olllcc of Theo. II. Davles & Co..
Manuel Quni was adjudged a bank
rupt by the Commissioner at llllo
while the United States Court win
there, anil Hie mutter turned over to n
Ilnrry Irvhi, of llllo, was ndmltted
to practice before the United Stntet
District Court, on motion of It. VY.
Urcekous, while the Court was ou It h
You will want decorating mnlerlal
lor your auto February 22. I). Es-
plnda, John Enn Road. Walklkl, can
make paper flowers In any quantity
llalelwa should be a lively plate
i.ext Sunday. Resides the usual crowd
the While Rock golf tournament will
take place. Twenty-live entries have
been made iiji to date.
The Camera Club composed of
members of the Y. M. C. A., has been
organized and the following ofllccrs
elected: President, Fred. R. Nugent:
vice presidents. Dr. A. N. Blnclnlr
and A. Cartlcy: secretary treasurer.
V. O. Hanks. The club will lmvo
meetings from tlmo to time tn crltl-
die encli other's work, nnd onco or
iwictt u jenr win noni a compctiti
It begins business with about tv-
The case of the Hawaiian Carriage
.Mfg. Co. vs. the Schumnn Carriage Co.,
Ltd. has been stricken off the calendar.
This wns 11 caso of eipilty brought by
the plaintiff asking for an iiccoiinting
of the profits under an alleged contract
covering the sale ami price of rubber
tires. In the Circuit Court. Judge Oc
Holt sustained the demurrer or the de
fendant, hut the Supreme Court over
ruled the demiiner. The suit was set
ror February fith. to ho tried on U
merits, when the plaintiffs attorney
tiled 11 motion ror discontinuance. This,
caso was brought nearly two venrs nniJ
lind Commissioner James Pratt
fctuted this morning, In reference to
the statement In tho Stnr last night
that he had made the exchange of tho
1-anul lands befoio ho received tho
report of the upprnlscrH on the local
property, that any such stntcment Is
not correct, "It Is true." ho suld,
"Hint I had not received tho written
rcpoit of the appralMis. but I had
received their verbal toport nnd
Knew the llguies of their apprnlso
ment of the property.
"Tho reason that tho formal re
port was not made until last Monday
was that thero was some dlfflculty In
finding 0110 of tbo appraisers to get
his signature to tho report. Thoy
had all already tomo to an agree
ment, but tho other two woro unahlo
to got into communication with Wll
lard Urown when tho report was
ready to he slgnod. Hut I knew lho
contents of It, and acted In accord-!
nnce with It."
What an Opportunity
Valentines Give Us
to make people
happy! All of us
look for the postman
on Valentine Day.
Drop in and exam
ine our beautiul as
sortment. PRICE 20 cts. up.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd
I , ,grL
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There'! mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
JBOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
uver way a, o
HAWAIIAN HATS, FEATHER LEIS,
TAPAS, FANS, DEEP SEA CORAL.
Wc Make a Specialty of the
Hawaiian Souvenir Goods
Fine Engraving Promptly Done.
mi 1 1 mil
The American schooner Hclene.
U. rwln & Co.. arrived this im.rntiiB
VJ. liv.ni n. .. , , , I II nillll WWII WOrKB, 1,111,, I1UIII run. -.
trom San From 1st o, ""BlK ""1 1 1.107. the following omccrH wcro clcc-
cargo for this city Drlcks nnd '"..,, , Kcrvo for tho ensuing jear:
ber form the larger portion of her. -..,. .,
cargo, there being 100,000 of tbo for
mer and UO.OOO feel of the latter. Sh
also has u large amount of general
meichaild'se on hoard.
The features of her cargo were car
ried cm her deck and consisted of two
gasoline launches for this city. One
Is thirty reel In length and Is ror Mrs
&. C. Allen. A description of this Ismt
will be round III unother column. Tha
other launch Is u little fellow for CnpL
Clarence Macfarlanc. It Is only 12 Iculi
in length and will ho uted by the cap
tain ns a tcndei ror tho jacht Ii IV
' The Hclene hail tlno weather nil thu
I way down hut tho officers felt that they
'would have upjiirt-liitcil a little mom
wind. The Hclene Is one of tho fastest
,of the sailing vessels which ccuncs Into
this huibor and In spue 01 uie ngni
wind came down In 25 days. She Is
lying nt the old Klnau dock.
(Continued from Page 1)
companionship. She openly expi esses
her utmost dhllko to tho close rela
tions existing between Miss McKcmlc
and young Mrs. Thuw.
Howard Neslilt, brother of Mrs.
Harry Thaw. Is also very bitter to
ward MIi.k McKciulc, idid Ills dislike
Df tl"-' :loH0 companionship existing
between tho two shows Itself in his
lieatnicnt of his slslcr. Although ho
sits within arm's reach ot his sister In
tlio court room lie never reiogultes
Young Neslilt hns held several long
talks with the District Attorney, and
bo hrtvo other wltnesbcs who will tes
tify against Thaw. Among these lat
ter wcie seen lliemen aipl policemen
who wcro on duty at the Madison
Bqmire Hoof Caidcii tho night of (ho
Tho thite doctor:), Mabon, Flint and
McDonald, ill In court all day studying
every move and expression made by
Tho Jurors selected to try Thaw uro
kept unilor the most strict surveillance,
when not in thu court room. No visits
arc pci milled from outsiders not even
I Iroui theli wives unless In tho com
pany of tho oilier Jurors. Sundays they
are pei milled to attend church It some
0110 chinch is agreed upon, otherwise
they aio restialned ot their liberty.
A curious diciimstances connected
with the Thaw Jury is that they are
lodged and kept from outside Influeuco
1 In the IJroddway Cential hotel. It was
'in thin t.!i,iiu ..-I .,... I.'....... .... o
Stokes, a New Yorker of a well known
nnd wealthy family, shot and killed
James Flsk, partner of Jay Gould. The
shoot lug was over an actress by uuuio
of Joslo Muiisllc-lil. Tills trugcily tie
tuned In 1872 uud In many respects
was ery tlmlhir to the Thaw tragedy.
-..fc.bA jj'A .vit,al..tWli, .-, ....W,.a1W.
THAT IS WHAT YOU
in your library. And we
have it for you. Make your
liabrary twice as good as it
is now by calling at W. C.
Lyon Co., and examining
their beautiful editions of
Goethe and Schiller. We
have on hand the finest edi
tions published in English.
You know what that means.
Cash or installments.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel Street opposite Union.
Tha Weekly Edition of the Kvantng
Bulletin alves a complete eummary of
tha naws of tha day.
11)64 Fort St.
- GRAND OPENING
- Hotel Baths Bowling
Saturday Eve, Feb. 9
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
Waialua Soda Works, Limited.
, ., ,. .i Moniini? nr-Hm Wnl.
nI(ji S((l WorkB( Ulli ho,(1 Kc)) ,
President and Manager
H. H. Plemer
Vice President .R. W. Holt
Treasurer Edw. Hore
Secretary John Little
Auditor C J. Holt
Tho iilmvn to servo as tho Hoard of
Honolulu. Feb. 7. 1!)07.
Waimanalo Sugar Company.
The regular Annual Meeting of the
stockholders or the WAIMANALO
81IOAR COMPANY will lie held at
the oftlce of Its Agents, Wm. G. Irwin
& Company, Ltd,, Honolulu, on
Thursday, February 21st, 1907, nt
L::io p. m.
W. L. HOPPER,
Honolulu, Feb. II, 1907.
The tegular Annual'Mcctlng of tho
stockholders of the OI.OWAUJ COM
PANY will bo hold nt the offlco ot Its
Agents, Wm. (I. Irwin & Company,
Ltd., Honolulu, Thursday, February
21st, 1007, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Honolulu, Feb. 6, 1907.
Hilo Sugar' Company.
The regular Annual Meeting ot tha
stockholders nt tho HIM) SUGAR
COMPANY will bn held at tho offlco
of Its Agents, Wm. C. Irwin A Com
pany, Ltd., Honolulu, on Thursday,
February 21st, 1907, ut 10 o'clock
Honolulu, Feb. A, 1907.
Dp. T. Uemura
Physician and Surgeon; Specialist
eye diseases. Office, Heretanla
near Nuuanii. Hours: S to 11 a,
m 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone Main
420. Offlco, King nr. Alapul;
horns: 1 to 3 p. in. Telephone
Tlie suit ot Frank J, Kruger vs.
David' Knwanunakoa bus been scttlo-J
out ot court and u discontinuance bus
BY GRAND JURY
Two Indictments 'from the secret file
of the Oram! Jury were inlidc public
this morning nnd the men Indicted
wcro arraigned before Judge Robin
son. One Indictment Is ngalnst Manuel de
Jesus, nnd Is merely to take the place
of one brought by the last Ornnd Jury,
, which wan found to be faulty In some
'technical point. liach of them charges
I he man with nssaiilt with it dnngcrous
I wcaiion upon Pablo Allcln on Novem
ber 10 last. The affair was the cutting
Kcrnpc nt n Portuguese dnncc up Nuii-
Manuel dc Jesus was nrralgned this
morning .tnd entered a ptea of not
Chlng Hoy Is Indicted for perjury.
The crime Is alleged to have been com
mitted recently nt the time of tbo trial
of the famous "68," who wcro gathered
In by the Inst Grand Jury on a gnlnb
At the trial of tbo case before the
Circuit Court, Chlng Hoy swore that n
Chinese named Chung Look was not at
the house on Maunnkea street which
was raided, but that he was nt th
lime of the raid present nt the house
of Chang Kwnl. This statement is al
leged to bo untrue, and has led to thu
Indictment or the Chinese.
On being nrralgned this morning.
Chlng Hoy reserved his jile.-i until
next Saturday morning.
Elalmratc arrangements nrn bdng
made ror the baseball gnmo ror the
benefit or Harney Joy, which will take
place ut 3: IS next Saturday. It Is
hoped to secure the band. The 11. A.
s. will play their old team, against
which will bo placed a picked team,
which should ensure an excellent
Willie. The lina-iip will probably bo as
Honolulus Joy, ji.j Geo. Ilriins, cm
Glenson, lb.; J. Williams, 2b.; En Sue,
3b.; A. Williams, ss.; Ed. Fernandez,
ir.; Alctt, cr.; Iiuls, rf.
Picked Team Desha, Renter, John
Williams, p.; Itlngland. c; J. Gorman.
Hi.; Vniinulln, 2b.; Evcis, 3b.; j. Dc
shn. ss.; Geo. Desha, If.; Howcrs, cf.;
Ed Desha, John Williams, rf.
LIQUOR LAW MAY
(Continued trom Page 1)
Judge. Robinson took tbo matter un
der advisement, and It was expected
thai a decision would be given this
morning. Hut tho Judgo concluded
that tho question was too weighty a
one for the Circuit Court to deal with
and passed It 011 to tho Supreme
"I understand," said Judgo Robin
son this morning when tbo matter
came up, "that thero uro 30 or 40
other cases of a similar nature de
pending on tho decision as to tho le
gality of tho liquor law. I think, as
iho Tcirltory has no appeal, that it
would bo well to reserve tho ques
tion to the Supremo Court. This
Court iliics not hesltuto to assumo tho
responsibility of deciding It, but In
catc of a decision advciso to the Ter
ritory thero Is no appeal. If this
caso alono wcro involved, I should
not hesitate to decide tho question "
E. M. Watson objected to this way
of disposing of tho matter. "I don't
think," he wild, "that Your Honor
Enould put this particular defendant
to such an added expense"
'Oh, I don't know that thero wilt
be much nddltlonal expense," re
sponded tho Judge.
"Well," replied Watson, "If It
please tho Court, I'm not working for
charity. It Is getting ko here," ho
went on, "that 11 great mnny qucs
lions go to Hie Supreme Court that
should properly ho decided In this
Wntson's objections, l.owever, were
without avail. Tim Judgo ordered
that tho question bo reserved to tho
Supremo Court of tho Territory.
Thero are. It Is stutcd, about 20
cases now on the calendar Involving
violations of tho liquor laws, and a
considerable number of others nro to
bo brought If the couit decides that
tho law Is constitutional. Should tho
court decide otherwise, all tho casoi
will, of course, have to bo dropped.
Of the. latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda.
I Remarkable and tasty coloring et
1 fects characterize the line.
j You'll fail to get the Eastern style
it you neglect choosing from this ex
You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction In price
W. W. Ahana & Co,,
62 King 8k
PHONE BLUE 2741, P. O, Box 08f
Thursday, February 7.
C.-A. 3. 3. Mlowrra, Hemming, fiom
the Colonics, 8:"0 a. m.
Htnir. Claiidlne, Parker, from Hawaii
and Maul ports, .I:. 10 a. in.
Schr. Hclene, Thompson, on port 1
Wednesday, February C
Stmr. Maul, F. Bennett, for llama
kun poi'lB, i p. m.
Hehr. Kn Mol, for llllo, 3:30 p. in.
Fr. cruiser Cntlnat, Hnutefiillle, for
Samoa, 10 a. m.
C.-A. 8. S. Mlowcra, Hemming, for
Victoria and Vnncouvcr, 10 p. ra.
Stmr. Mlknhnla, Gregory, ror Kaunl
ports, 5 p. m.
A.-1I. 8. 8. Cullfornlati, Bwcctser, ror
Kahutiil, 0 p. m.
Fr. cruiser Cntlnat, llatilcfciilllc, ror
Enmoa, to sail.
Stmr. Manna tia, Slnicrson, from
Hawaii and Maui isirts. In morning.
SVur. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, r p. 111.
Matson Nnv. 8. 8. Enterprise, Young
re 11, for llllo 9 ii. m.
X X A X K K X X M M M X K W
): PA8SENGERS W
X Arrived rt
Per S. 8. Mlowcra, from Colonies,
Feb. 7. For Honolulu: W. T. Hrowu.
Mrs. T. Drown, W. Tanner. Through'
(1. II. Mnlr, N. F. Malr, C. A. Hall. It.
Kennedy, Mrs. It. Kennedy, F. Foster.
Miss M. J. Foster, C. Wagner, Mrs. M.
Wagner, Allss J. Wagner, Miss M. Wag
ner, Miss K. Wagner, Master O. Wng
lier, It. Martin. Mrs. R. Martin, Mm.
W. Stlltt, .Mrs. Mncfarlane, Miss I
Macfarlanc, Miss M. Macfarlanc, Mrs.
K, McPherson, Mrs. C. Slnccy, F.
Wlrth, G. Gaston, R. Schutt, It. J.
Johnston, W. Holdcriicss, A E. Hur
nctt, C. S. Kirk, J. D. Elliott. Mrs. II.
Elliott, Muster A. G. Elliott, Miss E.
H. Elliott, Miss E. C. 0. Ford. J. Hush,
W. O. Sihroedcr, J. Forsyth, 0. II.
Hutchinson, W. II. Uach, J. D. Ful
lest, G. Musk, Mrs. C. Musk, C. John
stone, Mrs. M. Johnstone. Miss It.
Johnstone, Miss G. Johnstone, Mrs. E.
Smith. T. II. Stewart, Miss M. II.
White. II. Sathcr. Mrs. A. Rather, J.
Slither, Master J. Sathcr, P. Ryan, Mr.
M. Hynn, II. Wcmdward, Mrs. F. Wood
ward, Master G. Woodward, Mrs. E.
Callers, 1. Williamson, R. R. Wilton, O
Hernacker, M. Gillespie, F. Hcppcn
stall, E. Hart, D. Kennedy, P. Lynch, D.
Murray, G. Marshall, T. Hlnnte. J. G.
Williams, I). McColgan, W. Wright. W.
myth, W. l.yne. J. Baxter, G.'Hurns.
R. Spence, J. Marques, II. Mnrcopoto,
F. Marcojiolo, W. G. Macliln, W. Cay
zee, T. Davles, W. Peterson, II. B. Wil
son, Mrs. M. Wilson, It. Wilson, A.
Wilson, J. Reck. J. Gibson, V. G. Stotl.
11. W. Durrant, W. Durrant, T. Alex
under, W. Robinson, Mrs. L. G. Robin
son, Miss D. Robinson, Miss E. Robin
son, Miss M. Robinson, J. Robinson,
It. Robliibon, G. Rohlnsou, Mrs. R.
Hates, Master W. Hates. Mrs. A. Nell.
Miss G. C. Nell, Miss C. Hlgglns, W
Williamson, Mrs. S. Wllllnuibou, Mas
ter W. Williamson, Master G. William
boil, J. C. Edwurds. W. Reld. W. Ra
iclgh, G. McGrath, D. II. Davles, E. 'I.
Rule, F. a. Johnson, J. Sullivan, E. 8.
Williams, J. Anderson, E. II. Morris,
T. Rnthboue, G. Llttlewood, R. Dcbroy.
G. O. Sercc, D. Smith.
Per stmr. Claudlne, from Hilo and
Hawaii ports, Feb. 7. From llllo; W.
8. Clarke nnd wife, A. B. Murphy, C
W. Waterman, II. Gorman, J. E. Hlg
glns, J. Croll, J. Steele. J. F. Soper.
R. W. Brcckons, E. R. Hendry. F. Hal
stead, W. Woon. A. S. Prescott, A. E.
Spencer, wKo and child, Oeo. Watt,
Mis. II. C. Ovcndcn and 2 children, A.
Kami and child. F. A. Kuhlniann. wlfo
and child. From Kahulul: T. B. Ly
ons, .Mrs. J. W. Wrcnn and children,
Moster Wronn, Miss Hose Daniels, Mrs.
E. Daniels. N. W. Thoiuas, J. V. Stov
cnbon, O. K. Luke, am Kwal, Rov. .1.
E. Keklpl. S. R. Dowdle. From La
halna: Mis. South and child, Bro. Syl
vester. In the matter or tho action brought
by the Kaplolanl Estate to establibh a
fishery or Moknuca, Deputy Attorney
General Fred Mllverton has filed a mo
tion to reopen tho case ror further tcs
llmony. A Prescription
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
, Cigars Is the
Why? Because It is the finest type
of a cigar. It It make of exceptional
merit; or most pleasing aroma an-l
devoid of rankness.
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for So.
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