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EVENING rtULLKTIN, HONOLULU. T 1! MONDAY, JAN 1.1. IMS.
Leahl Chanter Installation.
All visiting members of ha
order are cordially Invited to
attend meittngi of local lodgei
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. II. HENDKY, Secretary.
V. W. OEHniNO, N. O.
All vleltlnc brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meet every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor,
Fort and Bcretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLK. CC,
1 WALDROX. OS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Bere
tanla, at 7 30. Members of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Wm McKinley Lodgo
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordially
A 0 DUHUIXG, C C ,
jas. w. white, k n.s
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
E., -will meet In their ball on King
near Tort street, every Friday even
ing. By order of the IS K.
HARItY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, 2. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Port and Beretanla. Visiting broth
Irs cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FltAZEE. CC.
E. A. JACOBSON. K.lt S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TEIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Smell and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
rTot. 44-50 King St., Katsey Blk., bt.
Nuuanu and smith Qte.; Tel. 180.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
Blank books of ell sorts, ledgers,
to. jnaanfactured by the Bulletin Pub
i Folding Carts
Mngand Bethel Sts.
To obtain the result is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Ltd.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
New High-Marked Ta-
Sas. Baskets, Fans; and
Tats. HAWAII &
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO., Alx. Young Bldg.
Schuman Carriage Co.
SKATING RINK BLDG., Queen St
A Victor Talking Machine
BRIGHTENS THE HOME.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St. '
At All Watohdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Ths Wo.kly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a compute summary of
the new of (ho day.
8L0CAL AND GENERAL
No thrifty housekeeper can afford
to overlook Bulletin Ads. cither
large or small.
Panama lints cleaned nt the Globo
Cut prices on Ladles' lllhbcd Vests
t Illom't). '
P Jordan dep tried jcslcrday In llio
Cliaa On of I.nnnl arrived ostcr
dnv Hi the lwalnnl.
Mrs I'nul Neumann sailed In tho
"Peaceful Vallej" nt tho Orphcum
tonight 2ue, 35c and ROc.
Sale of shirt waists nt Whitney &
Marsh's begins on Wodncsdn).
John 1) Neal of Kapna came down
In the Hall )cstcrda) morning
Mrs Louis Self and child weie pas
iieiiKcrs In tho lwalanl cstcrda.
A M Drawn nnil vlfo returned In
ile lwalanl from Molokal estorday
C (1 Yeo Hop & Co; will i-crvo
on with home-smoked ham and ba
con. Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
The Fashion Saloon Is now serving
.in excellent dinner between 1 nnd u
II F Wlchman, accompanied b) his
two daughters, depjited eMcrd.i In
tho Mong lln
A sum of money has been round
Ovv ncr should rtad the 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Harmony Lodge No 3, I O 0 P.
will meet In Odd Fellows' Hull this
evening at 7.30.
Tnko our carriage or automoullc
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, for
Col 0 L. Anderson, IT. S. A, was
among the outgoing passengers In the
Tho Marino Engineers' lJcneflclal
Association will meet In K. of 1'. Hall
this evening at 7:30.
Elder P M Shecliy of tho Reorgan
ized Church left In tho Mongolia yes-
terday for his home.
C. A. Mooro nnd wlfo left In the
Mongolia yesterday The will bo
gono for tome months.
Mrs C M Cooke, and Mr and Mrs
II. J. Jaeger arrived from Kauai )cs
twin) In tho W (5 Hall
Mrs Ocorgo I) Gear and Mis Frank
Andrnde wcro among tho passengeis
who left In tho Mongolia
Llmo Juice and soda from tho Con
bolldated Soda Woiks Co Is u de
lightful tipple. Telephone 71.
Sinclair, Atomcr nnd Sclvv)n Robin
bon and Leslie Cay, of tho well known
Kauai families, left In tho Mongolia.
Cont your Iron roofs with "Arabic.'
You will bo surprised at Ub cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co , agents.
Miss SI. Wlthlngton and Paul With
ington wcio among tho largo crowd
of departing Honolulu passengers by
Twenty seconannnd sewing ma
chines of all standard makes for salo
Prices from 15 up. Denny & Co , Ltd ,
agents White Family Rotary, 12C0
Tort Btreet. Phono 488,
Mrs Vestal and Miss Doris Vestal,
mother anil sister of Mrs. C. C. Ken
i.edy of Hllo, left In tho Mongolia
after spending somo weeks In tho Is
lands Col John T Ilakcr, of Hllo, re
turned from llio Islands of the south
Ia China nnU Japan, In tho Mongo
lia )csterday. Ho leaves for his
homo tomorrow In tho Kinuu.
Tho special salo of children and
misses' coats and skirts at N. S
Sachs Dry Goods Co , Ltd , began to
da), January 13th. Tho window dls-
pla)s nro attracting much attention
Among tho returning passengeis b)
Iho Mongolia wcro Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II,
M)CiH of Kllnuea plantation, Kauai,
who have been on n visit of sovcrnl
weeks to Japan, and other places In
Tho first of llio sorles of sermons on
tho "Old Testament from tho Modem
Point of View" was preached by Dr.
Dorcmus Scuddor )csterdny morning
nt tho Central Union church. A largo
number of joung men was In attend
Onco )ou rldo In McLcod's auto
mobile, a Blx-t) Under Hulck, )ou will
have no other convo)ance. Ills
rates are lower than the others for
trips nnyvvhero or for tailing, and
ho may bo hud at all hours on talo
Tho directum of the lapanciso Illcu
Mill Company, which has been run
ning for somo tlmo at Kakanko, hold
n meeting last Friday and declared a
dividend of fifteen per cent. Tho cap
ital slock of tho company was in
creased from $30,000 to $40,000
In tho suit to recover IIGJO ball
money from Leo Chuck and sixty four
nthors, brought by tho Terrltoiy In
tho namo of former Sheriff A M.
Drown, Judgo Do Holt sustained tho
demurrer of Leo Chuck Ho was not
into of tho appollantB In tho caso
Tho annual meeting of Iho Free
Kindergarten & Children's Aid Asso
ciation will bo held Jnuuar) 17, nt 10
a. m. nt tho Henry and Dorothy Can
tlo Memorial Kindergarten In King
btreet. All members nnd all thoso In
lerested nro cordially Invited to ho
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS tlEDICINR CO i St. Louu, V. 3. A.,
i A H
A. N, SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH dry cleaning
2SS Beretanla St. Phone 1401.
THE KIND OF LIGHT
to read by is a STEADY. EVENLY-DDFFUSED light. The KIND
TO HAVE is one that's ALWAYS CONVENIENT. The KIND
YOU WANT is the CHEAPEST. By CHEAPEST we mean the
one that costs you the least in the cud. And we count in the
bills for cleaning the smudge of the open flame from your rugs
and curtains, and what you pay for matches.
Isn't that right? Well, then, the best light is the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
TOKIO, Japan, Jan 12 -Onblcgiams Jrciin America Indicating a
sentiment in favor of a Inpnneso exclusion bill .ire causing great uneas
iness. This feeling Is Intcnslllcd li the deln) of n icply from Wash
ington to Japan's note of Deecmbur .".1
IHO DH JANEIRO, llinzll, Jan. 12 Tho Putted States battleship
fleet, under Admlial Kvuns, iinlvcd hcio today on Its way to tho Pnclllc.
Commander and ships icielved a loyal welcome. No accidents hud occur
icd on tho voyage rrnin Port of Spain
RUEF ISSUES HIS
SAN PKANCISCO. C.il., Jan. 11. Abe Kuof, under Indictment for
graft ih.irgcs, ujio has rccentl) been placed In J.ill by order of Judgo
Dunne, has Issued tin ultimatum to tho prosecution, giving them until
Monday to grant him lonipleto Immunity from fuither piosecutlon In re
turn for the evidence ho has promised to give In the futuru trials of cx
Ma)or Sihmltz. Unless the promise Is given ns demanded ho Uu catena
to refuse to testify and will light the charges ug.ilnst himself.
m i '
HOLY WAR PROCLAIMED AT TANGIER
TANGIER. Morocco. Jan 11 Miil.il lliillg was proclaimed Sultan
at Pcz today and n hoi) war against the wliltes has been proclaimed by
him. Tho city of Pcz Is In an uprciir
TANGIER, Morocco, Jan 12 Consternation has been caused heio
by the announcement of the pioclnlmlng of Miilal lliillg as Sultan of Mo
rocco at Pcz. Civil war Is threatened.
RACING TO HONOLULU
SAN PKANCISCO, Cal . Jan 12 Pour nailing vessels bound for Ho
nolulu IcTt today In u inco foi u wager '1 he) aio tho lurk Iimguid,
hark (ieiard C. Tobey, Bhlp Ersklno M Phelps and ship 1'ort George.
KOREA'S EMPEROR TO VISIT JAPAN
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. II - '1 lie rnimur Knipciiir of Korea will pay a
visit to Japan In the near fiituie Ills micu-smii, Iho former Crown
Pilucc, has Just letuined homo nfter an ollli lal isit to Tolilo.
SOCIALISTS OF GERMANY STIRRED UP
HKIU.IN, Gel ninny, Jun 12 A monster Soilallst demonstration wiih
made today In tho streets or tho Puisslau cupltal. There was great dis
order. Many nriesls wero made. The list of Injured Is largo.
m i i
GLENL0GAN IN A SEVERE STORM
SAN PKANCISCO, Cal . Jan 12
anlved hero from Mojl, Japan. In
Her Chinese crow was worthless.
WASHINGTON, 1' ' . Jan. 12 Suigion (Jencral V)innn'H annual
leport states that tho plagiilu Sin Pianilbco Is diminishing it ml will
soon be completely oiudlcnted.
AMERICAN SCHOOL IS BURNED
SHANGHAI, China, Jail. 11. Tho American school nt Chckiang has
been burned lu n riot brought ubout as a piotest to tho tnxoB Imposed
by the otllclals.
INDIA'S DROUGHT IS BROKEN
I.AHOIti:, India, Jan 11 Tho
severe famluo In this district, has lit
TOKIO, Jnpan, Jan, 12 Tho report of Count Vnmagala's lculgiinllon
as Minister of Communications Is incorrect.
ROBBER HOLDS UP STREET CAR
I.OS ANOHI.PS, Cnl Jan 11. A robber who attempted to hold up
nnd lob u street car boro today wan Killed
WASUINQTON, D. C, Jan. 12.
withdraw tho troop3 Irom Goldllcld.
why the best filing system for
the office is that gotten out by
the YAWMAN & ERBE MAN
UFACTURING CO., the
The first two are SAFETY
nnd CONVENIENCE. We'll
tell you the others, if you call
to see them.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
FLEET AT RIO
The lliltlsli simmer nieiiloguu has
damaged loudltlou fiom a hurricane.
drought, which hnd resulted lu a
DID NOT RESIGN
-Piesldent Roosevelt declines to
... .. - -.. .j.j. .
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday', January 3.
SAN PKANCISCO Arrived Jan. 3
Jap S S Nippon Mnru, henco Dec
NnVCASTl,n Sailed Jan 1:
Am schr. Hel'Mie, for Miihukona.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jan. 2.
Jap S S. America Mum, licuco
Monday, January 6.
MONTP.VIDKO Arrived, Jan. 5
Am. sp. 11 P. Packard, fiom Nor
folk for Honolulu, put In lu dis
tress. Tuecday, January 7,
KAANAPAM Sailed Jan. fi:
A -H S. S. Toxnn, for Sallua Cruz.
Wednesday, January S.
SAN PKANCISCO Arrived .Inn. 7:
Am. S. S. llllonlan, henco Dec. 31.
Thursday, January 9.
fcAN PKANCISCO Arrived, Jnn 0:
P. M. S S. Asia, henco Jon. 3.
Saturday, January 11.
SAN PKANCISCO Sailed Jan. 10
A II S S Artrnnan, for Honolulu
A 11 S S Nibrnskiiii, for Sound.
HIl.O Arrived Jan. 7:
Am. bk. Anulo Johnson, fiom San
MAHUKONA Sailed .Inn. 7:
Am. schr. II C. Wright, for S.m
NP.WCASTl.K-Arrlvcd Jnn 9:
Dr. S. S Highland Mounich, hence
YOKOHAMA Anlved Jan. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, henco Dec. 31.
Monday, January 13.
SAN PKANCISCO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. hktne Irmgnrd, for Honolulu
Am. bk. G. C. Tobey, for Honolulu
Am. bk Poit George, for Honolulu
Am. bk. H. M Phelps, for Kahuliil.
SAN PKANCISCO Anlved. Jan. 13
Am S. S. Kntei prise, from Hllo,
OAVIOTA Sailed Inn. 11:
Am. S S. W. S. Porter, for Hono
SAN niKGO Anlved Jan. 12:
AH S. S. Mexican, from Sallna
Tonight's b.111 nt the Orphcum the
ater will be "Peaceful Valle)," nno
of tho pu-ttlcst dramas on the
American stage, ami ono that Is In
separably Hulled with tho luuiiu of
the Into Sol Smith Kiihsell, 1 'runic
Coolcy secured tho right to produco
this piece several )ciiih ngo and since
then has toured in It ovei the m.ijoi-
Ity of tho Western States. Kvcry-
vvheru ho has lecctved the highest
praise for his woik In It Tho lcilo
of Ilose.i Howe Is one of his favorites.
Miss Kliigshur), too, has a pleasing
pait lu tonight's poiformance. Tlinio
is nothing uiclodiamatlc about
"Peaceful Valle)," which Is a com
edy drnnia of tho quiet, Intenso or
der, with plenty of homely comedy
On Thin sda) night "Home, Sweet
Homo" Is to bo tho pl.i). 11 tells
the story of a gamble! 's life and Its
sorrow, though ever) thing ends linp
pll). "Home, Sweet Homo" Is to ho
pla)cd for tin co nights and tho Sat
MORE FREIGHT SPACE
(Continued from Poe 1)
amount of spate. It also Is Import
ant Iniismm h ns It snows that tho
volume of business to Honolulu and
Hawaii Is steadily Increasing.
"Wo have tho matter of adding
iniiio space to our docks under con
sideration for somo time," said Mr.
Morso this morning, "nnd now that
the Men hunts' Association has tak
en dellnltu action to icmovo tho
stringency, 1 think that in) company
will undoubtedly pioccul with borne
work. Wo could niovo ono of the
sugar win chouses, of which there
am two on tho dock, back so that tho
two adjoined, and wo would then
hnvo a gieat deal of frplghtiiga space
that is not now used, on this space
a large shed to covci tho Height will
WAYS AND MEANS MEN
Washington, 1) 0, Dec. 19.
Shortly ufter tho lloiibo of Kepicseu-
lathcs convened today Speaker Can
non announced tho unions commit
tees which are to serve during tho
Tlio now uiembciH of tho Wn)S and
Means Commlttco mo Cntdorheud nt
Kansas, Poulnoy of Michigan, James
of West Virginia, llonyngo of Colo
rado and Lougwoith of Ohio, Itcpub
Hams, and Griggs of Georgia, Pnu of
North Caiollna and Uandall of TcxaB,
A Most Excellent Xtsortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS'" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. . PHONE 025.
k AnnivEn k
!( K X X M 31 Ji !! K 1! M K )( X H
Sundii), Januar) 12
Stmr. Ku An Hon, Tullotl, fioni
Kauai ports, 3 to a in.
Tug Intrepid, Olsson, with bnrgo
Meliiucthou In low, for Kahuliil, 9 3d
C K. S. H. Amlinl Poiiilchoii. Ta
lornie, friuii Yokoliniun, P:1fa. m
Stmr. lwalanl, Naopala, from My
lokal, 4' in n m.
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, from
Knual, 3 ir a m
P M 9 8 Mongolia, Hnlhuvvay,
'mm tho Orient. 8:30 n. in.
Monda), January 13
It M. S Moulin, (lll)b, from Vic
toria, u. in.
ft ft fl?
Sunday, Januar) 12.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Hntbavvii), for
S.m Piniiclscn, r:30 p. m.
S 8 Den of Kiithvcu, for Vancouv
er, 11.30 n m.
Mondn), January 13.
It M S S Moann, (llbb, for tho Col
oules, 12 m
liSUK M W. K id 5i H 50 A ii K K
A K JC Ji 21 JO K P U H U K M X M
Stmr. Nllhau, Oucss, for Analiola
Stmr. Kc Alt Hon, Tullet, for Kapaa
and othci ports,,
V 3fi 3C 3C V. M X M I1 X V It V a X It M
? DUE TOMORROW 5
P M. S, S. Manchuria, Sauudeis,
fiom San Piauclsco, n m
P. S A,. T Sherman, llrugiileiie,
from San Prnnclsco, due.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED V
'A H U JC id i( w I! H M 3C 35 3
Per 11 M. S S. Moana, Gllibs, fiom
Vniuoiivci, Jan 12 I. Tom pie, Mrs,
J. W Hhlrle), S New Ington, W. Kl
did. Ml.). I, HMId. MIsj I. McAbee,
Mhs C Long. .Mrs I. A Tnylcii, I).
Molllcon, Mis A Tnjloi, W. (Mill
wood. S High. Mis A Sharp, MIsh
I Sh.up, A Stride, G. Garrison, A..
llerapcr, .1 lle.inett. W Piinc, Mia,
It. P.i) ne, Master I. Pa) nc.
rf WATERFRONT NOTES
i H JC K M Jt M 3T 5 W A 3t C M
Tho following report wns given
out by Purser II C Slcgel of the It.
M. 8 S Moana: Left Vancouver
Jan. .Id 2:43 p m , uirlved Victoria
sanio date S:20 p. in.; sailed s.imu
datu at 11:. 10 p m ; anlved Hono
lulu 12th, at 10 15 p m. Hxpcrl
clued ufter leaving VIctiula a strong
hS.i:. to 8.W. gale with Menu
Fiiualls, and high set was met with,
bhlp wns compelled to bo slowed
down, us sbo wrs shipping heavy
watei. Tho galo seemed to model a tu
on tho nth, but freshened up again
And blow with hauler foico than
funnel I). Speed wnu reduced again
lit II tho gale, model cited, which was
on tho !l Hi, when fresh moderate
winds wcio ipet with accompanied
with heavy swell until urilvul. Cai
po: 300 cases hlbk),!" cases wine,
11 cases bottles, fi cabes carpets, fi
cases conserves, I cases woolens, J
cu-eH glassware, 37 boxec herrings,
I cases salmon and biiudrles.
It has been reported that tlio Ger
man tramp stcaiuei Tolosan, whlih
put Into this port in dislrcsH a few
la)s ago, has been sold to u Japan
ese concern for tho small considera
tion of $00,000. Her cargo of Hour
and wheat, which was consigned lit
Vladivostok, Siberia, and which wiih
damaged to a cousldei.ible extent by
tail v,.iter on her lough trip down, Is
1 clng unloaded hero and will bo sold
nt auction. No matter what other
things come up, tlio Tolosan will
probubl) remain hero for two or
tin en weeks until sho has been fully
Tho big P.iclllc Mall steamship
Mongolia, Captain Hathaway, anlv
ed In this pint call) Suuila) morn
ing and left again lu tlio afternoon
foi tho Coast. She can led ono of tho
laigcst passenger lists uwiiy fiom Ho
nolulu that has been taken on any
boat foi somo time. Ncnily ninety
people sailed nway on the Mongolia
foi San Pranclsco Tho big steamer
had a splendid tilp iiom Japan to
this pent, not cucouul'cilng a single
da) of lough wcutiiei on the whole
?iom tho Intci-lulauil steamer Ko
Au Hon, whlcl) arrived hciu ester
day, it has been learned that tho
Plain once Waul, belonging to tho
cablo company, Is Ijlng becalmed
about thirty miles from Kauai. 11.
II. Hlhbnidlno was taken on tho
Waul by tho Island stcamei mid
brought to this port.
Thoro is vci) little loom left on
tho llaekfeld wharf now, cm nc count
of the mass of freight which was
dumped off by the Mongolia. Sho
left 1430 tons altogether, tho major
ity being bo) and sake,
Tho bhlp Den of Kltlivcn, ns wns
expected, did not enter tho hnibor ut
nil Sho arrived off pott and took ilu
board what wator and piovlslnus sho
needed, thon went on her way to tho
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