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RVRNINO nUI.I.KTIN. HONOLULU, T II . Tl'KHDAY. FKI1. 12. 1907.
'Honolulu Commandery Reg.
ular 5 p. m.
. Oceanic Lodge Practise.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially lavlted to at
tend meeting of local lodges.
HARMONY LODOE, No. , I. 0. O. P.
Meets every Monday evening at T:I0
ut 1.0. O. F. Hall, Fort atreaU
K. R. IIRNDRY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
Alt visiting brothers Tcry cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. t, K. it P.
HMta arery Tuesday (venlng at
t:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, Kiu
tract. Visiting brotbera cordially In
tltta to attend.
A. S. WEBBER, C. C.
V. WALDRON, K. R. S.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. tf P.
Meata every Friday venini at
K. P. Hall, king atraet. at 7:30. Mem
ber ot Mystic Lode, No. 2 Wo.' Mc
Klnlay Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
rothers cordially Invited.
It. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODOE til, B. P. 0. I.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61G, n. P. 0. E.,
Ill mart In their hill on Klnc neir
Jvirt street every Friday eienlng.
By order of the K. R.
MARRY II. SIMPSON,
II. K. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOI No, t, K.tf P.
Meet arery Saturday vening at
f:0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
treat. Visiting brothers cordially In
vite (a attend.
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
, HONOLULU AIRIK 140, P. O. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKS
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:20
are lock In K. ot P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Eaglea are Invited tr at
0A1I McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Bsey.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. Ft M.
Meets every sctond and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Inrlled tr
K. V. TODD. Sachem.
A. B. MURPHY. C. ot H
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
, Meets aery second and fourth Wed
naaday ot each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brotbera cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't atirt the New
Year wrong, merchants,
J but havs your delivery wa-
' ' gon repainted and repair-
. v ad at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
42? QUEEN 8T. TEU MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C, W. ZEIQLER Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
courteous drivers. .
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
j WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
' Aatoflobile Decorations
The Kind You Like.
i, No Other Competes,
.' Vienna Bakery
PHONE MAIN 107.
tteij.,J.Hl&iiite.i.r.l..,.i-. .,nfar .,.'., ,r ,;A
graphite paint made
A kind of paint which
lasts 15 years or long
er, the handsomest
paint for all exposed
metal or wood surfaces.
177 S. KINO ST.
Prom Our Rrleands
In Foreign Lnnds
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 are waiting to
put in their souvenir
" Everything Ph.t.gr.phlc "
Sec Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuinu street, near Hotel. I
W. W. Wright Co
havs opened a horseshoe
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the aervlcsa of a flrat
clasa ahoer they ars pre
pared to do all work In
trusttd to them In a first
class manner, t: il :: :t
Residents ot the old beach road have
filed ii petition to the Hoard of Super
Imm'h usl.lng Unit jmrt o( tliul rtuiil
uml also of the John Eua road be re
paired. Tlioy also want im electric
light to b Installed lu the vicinity.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I Bulletin Want ads. cot
I tlltlo tint hv am not
i j. . : i :,' j .l. j.
cneap, nor is me goon incy
do sver dear.
Tallyhos. livery, aiilor, Slkyds. Mbl.
A reward In offered for n lost wntch
ainl .tlttiln '
Ilrst cup of coffee tn the city. New
V. It. Cnstlc left for llimkrna on
the Mmnm ln today
Mrs. Clarence Mncfiirlnno was n pim
HCtiKcr mi the Mmnm Urn today.
V. H. McSlocker wns n paReiiKcr on
Hip Miiiinii Urn IciivliiK this noon,
lco curtains at Rrcat reductions
nt Illom's licslnnlnR this mornlnR.
A bunch of keys han liecn lost, Tlc
wnrd for return of itnmc to this office.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. ot 1'. meets
tonight in K. of V. Hall. Kin? street.
Scats have been provided for all
holders of tickets for tho Mardl drm
Tho Chlnn, kjiIIIiik this mornlni; for
the Coast, took 230 Japanese for San
A competent business woman desires
a position ns housekeejer or clerk. See
Scaled tenders for prlntlns the Ses
sion Ijiwb of 1907 arc ndvcrtlseil to.
In this Issue.
Those who hae not purchased tick
ets for the Mardl Orns ball can secure
them nt the door.
A suite of three rooms, furnished for
housekeeping, arc for rent at CottuRO
drove, Kin, street.
An cxtrs.flric lot 'of drlvliiR niul sail
die horses will nrrlvc for the Club
Stables Co. from.Hnwall.
A Circuit Cortrniotlce in the matter
of tho estate of Jennie U. Tschudl, tie
ceased, Is published In this Issue.
The Monthly Ilullelln of tho latest
books Is Just out. A full line of these
books Is carried by Tho Hawaiian News
Will I-:. Yoiiiir and his wife and baby
left today on the Klnnu for a two
months' vacation on the Horner
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs free from
rust and purifies rain water. Qlvn It
a trial and be convinced. California
Tied Co. .agents.
Whitney & Marsh will bold a great
clearance sale of ladles' skirts In all
styles of materials, beginning next Krl
duyjnornlnR, the 15th.
Watklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Bersin., Accommodations, supp'llei
and attendsnee absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Miss Carrie Capltola Tnttle and
James Melville Monsarrat were mar
rled last night at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. Ilcv. Canon Mackintosh official
N. Kdrnand-z, notary public, typo
writer, etc., has removed his office to
No. Ml Kaahtimsnu street, opposite
the office of Theo. H. Davles & Co.,
Honolulu Lodge No. 616 U. 1. 0.
Elks, would deem It u fuvnr If ull vis
iting brothers would Bend In their Ho
nolulu address tn (ho lodge. I'. O.
Low prices at the New Kngland Dak
cry. Hesldcnts of Magazlno street declare
(hat that thnrntiRhfaro has been ren
dered Impassible, a I urge holo Imvlng
been ground In the middle of It by Hit
Wc are confident that, unless jou
make a specialty of Investments, it
would be wise for jou to consult us.
This consultation' Is free to ou. The
Hawaiian Triist Co.. Ltd.
Mrs. C. Atherto'ri, a member ot the
London smart set, will bo n passenger
uu the Siberia, due hero Kebruary 28.
Mrs. Athcrton figured In a sensational
dlvorco case In England last summer
In four standard colors, olive green,
red, natural and boiler color, Dixon's
milcu-Gruphtte Paint holds a superior
IKisltlon among brands of paints. One
grade one price. For sale by Lewcrs
If the 8. 8. Sierra arrives February 13
u dance will be given at the Royal lib
wnllan Hotel. If not. thon It will ho
given Thursday evening. February II,
in nonor oi Mrs. Kuun r. wcatnerred
and her ladles. Music during dinner
Tho Fcbruury number of tho Para
ill of the Pacific Is out, und Is as well
gotten uii and as attractive us ever.
with excellent illustrations and Intel"
esllng text. Among the leudlnc ait-
Iclcs arc: "Honolulu's Harbor Lights."
"Tho Hills of Pole," by Rev. W. D,
Westcrvolt, and "Philippine Malarlu
and Mosquitoes," by Capt. Henry Pago.
Tho steamship Korea, which was
scheduled lo sail for the Orient, ilW
not leave at 11 o'clock this morning
The delay was caused by the request ot
tho Immigration offlcluls who were no!
quite rcudy with tho preparation ot
Japancso immigrants who were ordered
deported. There were twelve In" thu
bunch besides tho eight who wero al
ready tuken lo the steamer early thl
morning. The Korea left shortly after
There was a large attendance at
the meeting of the Royul School
Alumni lust night, and It was duly
organized. About 150 members wers
present. The officers sleeted are as
follows: President, Mr. Alexander:
first vice president, Wru. K. Isaac!
becond vice president, J. S. Kulakl
cla; treasurer, Hurry von Holt: mi
dttor, Kdward Woodward; recording
secretary, Daniel K. Kneoj corre-'
RpnudliiK secretary, F. F. Fornnutles;
and John K. Kumunoulu nnd John M.
Ken, additional members of the board
-ithm M'immit&b., nt . r
I 1 ft- . Tie. A lrV.
hmv . ki VjtL Jr w m
has always been one of our chief
aims, lowering; the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting;, it
not our policy. The cut in quality ia
always greater than the cut in'price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for yon
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
THE HIGH QUALITY
jewelry has been attained by
Look for that H. C. stump on
the best. The Best it Always
I DO HIGH GRADE JEWELRY WORK OF ALL KINDS,
INCLUDING, WATCHMAKING AND ENGRAVING.
Concludes Matter That
A ilccltdon was handed down this
morning by tho Supremo Court in tho
matter or tho estate of Hlkaulanl Ho
hron Noholoa, deceased. Tho qulck
neiw with which tho derision came
down la another HluHtrutlon of tho
celerity with which tho Supremo
Court Is iIoIiik business Intoly. Tho
ciiko wiik submitted only yesterday.
Tho syllabus and part ot tho opinion
by JuhUio Ilartwcll follow:
Will; coiibtructlon; nouuppllcu
(Ion of cjusdem generis rule: A sift
to husband of "nil property known
belonging to mc and appearing In
my nnmo, sllnato at K with Inten
tion, to bequeath tho samo as herein
after described: Ono buy mare, ono
black marc, una frumo wooden houso
nnd other houses owned by mc, us
well us ull other property owned by
mo," curries real estate In Honolulu,
thero being no reason for applying
tho ojuxdom generis rule restricting
tho latter cIuiiho to property at K. In
order to effectuate, expressed Inten
tion1. Court's opinion by Hartwoll, In
Tho decedent died nt the lopcr set
tlement leaving personal puiperty
there, valued at $1100 nnd land In Ho
nolulu, UHxcxKcd for tuxes at saiOO,
IciiBcd nt i!H0 u year with rental In
tho hands of J, A. Magoon said to
nmount to J500. Upon tho petition
of tho husband and solo devisee tho
will whs admitted to probato and
letters of administration wero grunt
ed to I.'noch Johnson, tho Judge de
nying the petition of tho appollant,
u nleco and hclr-at-lnw of tho dece
dent, fur adminlstriitlon on tho es-
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef
fects characterize the line.
You'll tail to get the Eastern btyle
it you neglect choosing from this ex
You are invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satlstaction in price
W, W. Ahana S Co.,
2 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P, 0, Box 08
ill--Atl'ftoWA w -,
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 meant.
Cash or, installments.
Win, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel Street opposite Union.
The Weakly Edition of the evening
Bulletin glvee a cemplata summary af
the news of the day.
no other house in Honolulu.
the jewelry yon'bny and get
1064 Fort St.
Hotel Baths Bowline
Saturday Eve, Feb. 9
UUc In Honolulu wbjcb Is she claims
s not disposed ot biliiMq will.,
The appellant claims that only the
Knluuuaim nroncrty Is disuoscdnof
by thjiwlll, that thp gift, Is (restrict
ed V" thCwords "the mimtlas'hcreln-
Hftcr described" to tho horses and
houses mentioned nnd thnt tho ex
pression "us well us ull other prop
erty owned by mo"l)fp5erely u gen
eral phrase to Include whnt may have,
been omitted In tho specific descrip
tion under fho Introductory words
oxpressing an Intention to dtsposo of
tho specified property only.
The original of tho will shows
more, clearly thun docs the evidently
dcfrctlvo translation that tho Inten
tion wus to dispose, of "also ull tho
other property known to bo mine."
Decree appealed from affirmed.
K. 0. Peters for appellant; Holnioi
tr Stanley and C. II. Olson for appel
lee. ADVOCATE PUBLIC
(Continued tram Psae 11
of a biirct'y tUrripany instead of u per
sonal bond. lt"(s difficult to tell what
ii man is really worth. Of course. In
tho case of largo estates there Is com
paratively little 'chunco for loss on ac
lount of the fact that tho accounts are
more closely scrutinised. Dut In the
case of u parent who dies and leaves
his children only a small property, any
relative may come before the probato
judge und ask to bo upjiolnteil guardian
nnd generally there seems no good rea
son why ho should not bo appointed to
look nftcr tho iiffalrs of the child or
children. Ho puts up a personal bond,
which may be good or may not tic
worth anything, and the nurds arc
liable to suffor from his carelessness
"Even In tho cuso ot large cstutes,
whero tho liond of u supposedly, rich
man or corporation Is put up, there is
u chance for Iohs, us ono never knows
whether a man Is really rich or on
tho verge of bankruptcy. Tor that rea
son, I think ull guurdluii's bonds should
bu those of surety compuulcs, so that
there would bo no chanco tor loss.
"There has been entirely too much
curelcssncss tu guardianship mutlcvs
In this Territory," continued Judge
Lindsay, "and I believe that change
such us I huvo suggested would be
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
NEW - TO-DAY
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd,
Uy order of tho Hoard of Directors
the Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd., will
be held at the office ot II. Hackfeld &
Co,, Ltd., Honolulu, T. H.v5n Thurs
day, Feb. 21, 1907, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
nt which meeting amendments to the
by-laws of tho Company will also bo
considered. F, KLAMP.
' Secretary, Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 11th.
1U07. SOU Feb. 12, 1. 81.
IY EIUCATION I0AIB
Mrs. Dowsett Presents the Uunani-
moui Report of the Committee.
Copland's Work Is
i Adoption of the report of tho spo-
Ulnl grogiiipliy committee, which np
proved tho Ilutdwln manuscript, wan
tho most important work done by the
Commissioners of Public Instruction
nt their meeting' yesterday afternoon!
Mrs. Dowsett,1 chairman of the com
mittee, presented the Independent re
IKirts of tho members of tho commit
tee, nnd then gave her conclusions
Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 11, 1907.
To the Superintendent nnd Members
of tho Ilonrd of Education, Ho
nolulu, T. II.
For the tyirposc of securing a more
Impartial, Independent nnd unbiased
opinion from each Individual mem
ber ot this committee us to tho mer
its of tho two geographies, I request
ed a separately-written opinion from
each one, after a meeting held nt the
offlco ot tho Hoard ot Education,
when tho two geographies wero dis
cussed at length nnd In all derail.
As chairman ot such committee 1
now submit theso reports and nsl:
thnt they be accepted as the commit
tee's report on the geography manu
scripts. As will be found by reading
tho Individual opinions, this commit
tee is unanimously In favor ot tho
llulilwln geography. Pcrsornlly, I
have never had any hesitation In de
riding lu favor of tho llaldwln manu
script for the purposes ot a geogra
phy, Mr. naldwln's work being more
original, moro complete and showing
n moro personal knowledge of hli
subject. Perhaps somewhat lengthy
nnd entering too much Into detail,
still of valuable Information to tho
Interested s'trnngcr. Tho Copcland
geography, to my mind, Is more ot a
history, nnd, llko tho former work. Is
too lengthy: and too detailed. I
should very much like, howover, to
tec Mr. Copeland's compilation adop
ted as u reader, (or use. In our schools
If for no other, reason thnn for tho In
teresting nnd nt tho samo tlmo In
structive reading matter contnlnol
therein. Jlospcctfully submitted,
, WU-HKI.MINE DO.WSKTT,
In discussing the matter of publi
cation Superintendent Babbitt said
that the ltour.il had nothing to do
with publishing tho book. Tho nr
uingement would be made with tho
publishers Independent of tho
Hoard. Tho value of tho Hoard's en
dorsement was to dctcrmlno which
manuscript It preferred for tho
Thoro wus general approval of
Mrs. Dowsctt's Idea of obtaining tho
Copcland geography an it reuder on
account of Its rtisy stylo und histori
cal features. This, of course, wns it
matter tho Hoard could not net upon
with any degreo of certainty, us It
had no knowledge of Mr. Copeland's
plans or his arrangements with pub
lishers. If the book is published the
Ilonrd can net iih It deems best.
J. Lando's son. who cruduatcd at
Annapolis Naval Academy, Is on his
Por Want Column Saw Pagt Six
Hy u thoroughly competent womun,
familiar with business procedure,
position us clerk or housekeeper:
references A-l. Address "G. C,"
Hullutln Ulrica. 3513-tt
Suite of .1 rooms, ruinlihcd for house
keeping, ut Cottago Orovo.
Bunch of keys. Finder return to this
oftlco. Howard. 3614-lw
Wutch with Elk charm fob. Howard
U returned to Bulletin office.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars la the
Why? Because it Is the finest type
of cigar. It Is 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.
Fitzpatrick . Bros.,
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Siindnv. Femriinrr 10
i ttrlir Ada Uliltiulinlft frnfil Mnlnknl
and Maul ports, 10 p. in.
Monday, February 11
Slnir. James Mnkcc, Welsbartli, from
Knunnkakal, .1:30 p. m.
Monday, February II,
A. -II. S. S. Ninndan, tlrccnc, for Kb
httliil, 5: IS p. m.
Tuesday, February 12.
Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Scnrle, for
Koolnu ports, 7 a. m.
P. M. S. S. China, Frlclc. for Son
Francisco. 9:30 a. m.
P. 'Mi 8. 8. Korea. Sandbcrg. for the
Orient, noon. '
Stmr. klnnu. Freeman, for llllo and
way ports, noon.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for Muul
and Hawaii ports, noon.
Stmr. Iwnlnnl, Plllz, for Moloknl,
Maul and Iinal ports, S p. tn.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, 8. Thompson, for
Kauai iiorts, G p. in.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Sachs, for Kaunl
ports, C p. ut.
Schr. Ada, Ulunaliele, for Mnlokal
and Maul ports, G p. m.
U. S. A. T. Logan, Stlnscn, from Sail
Francisco, may urrlve.
it ' X
X PA88EN0ER8 X
X Departing X
Per stmr. Klnau, for llllo und Ha
waii ports, Feb. 12. 12 m. W. E. Wall.
L. Miller, 11. L. Hudson, V. J. I.lhdo
mann, H. J. Johnston, Mrs. P. F.
Frcar, J. I Coke, Miss E. D. Howe. L.
B. Kllhauer, H. J. Canarlo, F. M. Ilarr,
J. Awal, V. B. Evans and wife, W. Mc
Dougall, Wm. Fraser, II. Bobluson, C.
1). Dement, Harry Johnstone, E. A.
Ramsay nnd wire, Miss A. N. Kllhauer.
Miss II. S. Stallman, Miss II. H. Ittith
crrord, W. B. Young, wife nnd servant.
If. C. Dowsett.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Feb. 12. 12 m. Mr. Pfoten
haucr, W. L. Custlc. H. C. Alexander,
Mrs. Elston, Dr. Wilkinson, Allen Her.
bcrt, Mrs. 8. Mnnu, Mrs. J. Kulallu. J
A. Low, Mrs. James Kululla, Mr. Alex
ander, II. B. McStockcr, A. noblnson.
Mrs. K. Hastings, Mrs. D. Peacock. Miss
fy.E. Lo'wt Mrs4,C. Mucfarlanc. W. Ii.
Wilcox, Mrs. S. K., Alull, Mrs. A. Ang
ler. Mrs. Carlo, Mrs. Mejcrs, Miss B.
Ihlhl and servant.
Per P. M. S. a Chlnn. fioru Honolulu,,
lor San Francisco, Feb. 12. P.' L.
Home, Miss M. Armstrong. It. J. Llllle,
Wm. A. Sexton. C. M. Williams, A.
Mecrtlef, D. II. Houg. H. W.tEhlcrs, A.
Hocking, Mrs. D. W. Durand, MIhh
Undscn, Mrs. Undscn, T. I. Patum and
wire, Mrs. Florence Lawrence, Jiiium
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, from Hono
lulu for the Orient, Feb. 12. F. A.
Hollobuiigh, Misses J. F. Tcfft. T. P.
llalllday, Mrs. J. E.. Harvey, Mrs. L.
R. Boss, Mrs. P. Dickenson and daugh
ter. It. McfJrcgor, MUs McGregor, Misi
B. Steele, Ward Sutherland, T. Nash
nnd wife. Di. McLaren nnd wife.
ii K H K 3t A M K H K K X K M K fC
'. PASSENQER8 W
H Arrived Ig,
Per P. M. 8. 8. China, from the Oil
ent, Feb. 11. For Honolulu: E. Ituch
uoscbcl. For San Francisco: Captain
0. W. McBurnle, Mrs. K. E. Pcuso and
Infant, J. E. McGlew, Mrs. A. E. Mc
Glow, P. Campbell, F. II. Squires.
Additional Cable News on Page t.
THAW TRIAL NEWSPAPERS
TO BE UNMAILABLE
Washington. Feb. 12. President
Roobovelt hus conferred with Post
master General Cortclyou on tho feas
ibility of excluding newspapers con
taining the details of the Thaw (ral
from the mulls.
BOODLE RECORD HARD TO BEAT
Chicago. Feb. 12. The City Coumll
las passed the bill extending for twen
ty years the present franchises of the
btreet car (.umpuules, over the mayor's
ARMY BILL PASSES THE SENATE
Washington, Feb. 12. Thu Senate
baa passed the Army Appropriation
Bill of 181,600,000.
NEW ROW ON FOOT
Panama. Feb. 12. Nicaragua Is pre
paring for the Invasion of Hondurai
WILL BE BOER MAJORITY
Johannesburg. Feb. 12. The Parlia
mentary elections will occur ou the
20th. The Indications are that the
Boers will elect a majority.
The expense of automobiles Is th
reason thut has prevented many of us
from purchasing them, because we all
wanted a good one. Such a one nt a
sory reasonnblo price In "The Max
well," a larce shlnmnnl nt ...l.li. i.
lust been received by the von Hamm-
VaydHrtttii.. ' '.- ..'Jl.i . ifl
aatt'-,fifinY;iirtiiirfi'ihiTiii.iii; i r