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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1908.
Leahl Chapter Installation.
All vliltlng members of (be
order are cordially Invited to
attend rneitlngf of local lodges
UARM0NY IQTJGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meats every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
13. It. HENDKY, Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKEUS, N. O.
All vliltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
W. L. LYLE, CO..
F. WALDRON, K.K.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Here
unto, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodge No. 2. Wm. McKinley Lodgo
No. S, and visiting brothers cordially
A. 0. DEKIUNO. C.C..
JAS. V. WHITE, K.n.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 11. P. O.
E., will meat In their hall on King
oear Fort street every Friday oven
Ing. By order of the E It.
HARMY A. WILDEIt,
F. B. IUCHAKDSON, 52. R.
Wm. M'KTNLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets overy Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
rort and Deretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FKAZEB, C.C..
E. A. JACODSON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 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
Beretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE. W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets (.very first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHI, C. of R.
Coyne Furniture Co.
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
pain executed at shortest notice.
SmrJl and Medium Bizet, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
JToi. 44-50 Kine St., Katsey Blk bt.
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. 160.
Built Like a Watch
That's the way with craft turned
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
The VVJskly Edition of the evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
King and Bethel Sts.
To obtain the result is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Ltd.
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
163 KINO ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and JONG Sts., Honolulu.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fanoy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
P H. Burnett e
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lie
tnses. Office 79 Merchant St. Phone 310.
You Want Electro Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call tho
UNION ELFCTRIO CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 315.
Fins Job Printing at the Bull
jgMiiiiStfk linn iitiaiiitiriii'i.iirihihiiiM
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If your servants "talk back," n
Bulletin Want Ad. will And you good
"Lend Mo Your Wife."
Panama hats cleaned at tho Globe.
Cut prices on Ladles' Hlbbcd Vests
When In search of n pood tlmo drop
In nt tho Hoffman saloon.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Tho fashion Saloon Is now serving
nn excellent dinner between -1 mid 0
Judgo Robinson will not begin
trials of the criminal calendar until
Tho caso of tho Territory, by mA
Commissioner I'rntt, vs. Oswald SI
John Gilbert, has been discontinued.
In tho partition matter of Mnllaua
vs. l.ellelum Kamakcn ct nt, n de
murrer has been filed by the respond
ents. It Is stipulated thnt tho case of
Sister Albcrtlna, trustee, vs. Kanla
hua ct al. be continued until moved
on for trial.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arnblc."
Yen will bo surprised at Its cooling
and prcscrvntlvo properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
A discontinuance has been tiled In
the case of the Territory, by Land
Commissioner Pratt, against Oswald
St. John Gilbert.
Tho local branch of tho Yokohama
Spcclo Hand was alHclally Informed by
cable of tho recent changes In the
The llutternut bread and Trench
pastry sered In the Palm Cafe are
delicious. Try u meal there. Hotel
Street, near Fort.
Judge Robinson ttilu morning de
nied the motion to set aside the dis
continuance In tho matter of David
Kahatua vs. Louis Pearson.
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs
Wm. Ilccn, died last night at tho home
of Its grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
CIiob. K. Notlcy on Kiikul Btreet.
The Alcwn Improvement Club will
hold n meeting this afternoon at tho
rooms of tho Promotion Committee to
discuss tho matter of water supply.
The Alexander Young Cafe is open
from 6:30 in the morning till 8:30
at night, ready to serve you with a
dainty breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
II. K. Donlnc, the moving plctuir
man, will tnko a number of views of
tho floral parade. Ho Is assisting those
In charge, of tho arrangements.
A plcture-tramo will preserve nnd
Bet-off your picture. 'Frames of all
kinds, sizes, nnd prices at the Hono
lulu Photo Supply Co., Fort street.
Twenty sccoua-nand sewing ma
chines ot all standard makes for sale.
Prices from 5 up. Bonny & Co., Ltd.,
agents White Family notary, 12CC
Fort stroot. Phono 488. ,
One of tho finest polishes for the
furniture is Ccdnrlnc. It docs not
hurt tho work nt all for there Ik no
rcld In It.' Tho Coyne Furniture Co.
Captain Carter, of tho local Naval
Station, Is booked to depart In tho Ml
kaliala this afternoon for Kauai.
While there he will examine the light
houses on tho Island.
Chns. Wilson, tho hack driver who
was charged with soliciting, appeared
beforo Judge Robinson this morning
and pleaded guilty. Sentence was
suspended for thirteen months.
A. W. T. llottomloy was elected n
member of tho Board of Trustees of
tho Chamber of Commerco at a gen
crnl meeting of tho members of that
body yesterday afternoon, ifo takes
tho plnco of tho Into Alex. Garvle.
St. Andrew's Priory nnd Henry H.
Hestarlck, two of tho defendants In
tho action brought by tho Queen's
Hospital against Bruco Cartwrlght,
trustee under tho will of Queen Km
ma, et al., have filed n demurrer to
Lottlo Kane, whoso codefendant
William Larson, withdrew his appeal
from a $50 fine nnd costs beforo tho
opening of the Jnnunry term, with
drew her appeal In open court Trom n
line ot $20 nnd costs Imposed by
District Magistrate Andrnde.
Tho United Stutes Civil Service
Commission nnnounccs an cxnmlna
lion nt Honolulu on February 29, to
sccuro cllglblcs from which to fill n
ncancy lu tho position of First Clerk,
stcnagrnphcr nnd typewriter to tho
commandant of the Naval Station, at u
salary of $1500.
Tho monthly literary meeting of the
Chlncso Students' Alliance of Hawaii
will be held on Friday, January 17th,
1908, at 7:30 p. m. Mr. S. T. Kong,
A. 51., of Columbia University, will
speak on "Tho Students' Movement In
tho United States." All members nro
requested to bo present.
A wireless dispatch from Hilo says:
Wm. Downer, bnrtendor of tho Union
Saloon, committed sulcldo nt 9 o'clock
this morning by taking corrosive sub
limate. Ho was horo nlno years.
Downor formerly lived In Honolulu, ar
riving there on a British warship
twenty-eight years ago. Ho was onco
proprietor of tho Keystone saloon In
In tho divorce matter of Marlon
Myhro vs. Georgo C. Myliro, nn order
has been Issued by Judgo Lindsay di
recting tho llbollco to appear In court
Sntuiday morning and show causo, If
ho has any, why ho should not pay tho
tlbellant'H attorney's fees and her ex
penses to Honolulu, $50 a month tem
porary alimony and ndvanco a rea
sonable sum for attorney's fc6 pen
dento Hto. '
A. N, SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla St. Phono 1491.
Gome Out Of It!
GET OUT OF THE RUT! The lamp is old-fashioned
that's no reason why YOU should be, is it?
If you are using the lamp, you certainly ARE,
nnd if you are using anv OTHER form of lighting, except
the ELECTRIC LIGHT, you are not up-to-date.
Have your home wired by the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. . PHONE 3D0.
"iM"! Ei'JKL W ! iiiiH
Canada Wiii Rely On
Restriction By Japanese
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 15 Tho d
tween the Japanese and Canadian G
Japancso Into the Dominion have n
agreement arrived nt between Minis
nncso officials during tho visit of th
will rely on Japan enforcing the reg
only a limited number of laborers t
EXPENSE AND TAXES ARE CAUSE
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. Hi. Tho Cabinet crisis In tho Japanese Govern
ment Is purely tho result ot differences concerning thu budget.
The figures of tho budget, announced ns agreed upon by tho Jnpan
csc statesmen on December 17, provided for n vigorous policy or retrench
ment for tho next six years, tho estimated saving to bo two hundred mil
lions. Tho army1 nnd navy estimates had been cut down so that no Im
perial schemes could be possible, nnd It was further resolved to inrrense
substantially 'the tuxes on sugar, oil, sako and tobacco. Tho cutting
down of the estlmntcs for railroad work Is what resulted In tho resigna
tion of the Minister of Communication ami the Vice Minister.
a i m
WILL REMIT CHINA'S INDEMNITY
WASHINGTON'. I). C Jan. in Tho Senate has passed a bill re
mitting ono-hriif of tho indemnity imposed upon China as payment for tho
expenses of Uio American Government In helping suppress the recent
Uoxor trnublcH. Tl,f total amount of the Indemnity was $25, 000,000., of
which, up to tho present, 5 11,000, 00 0. has been paid.
NEW YORK, N. V., Jan. IB. Secretary of tho Treasury Cortolyou
has been offered the presidency of the reorganizing Knickerbocker Trust
Company, which suffered lu the recent financial panic. It Is understood,
iiowover, that ho will remain In the Cabinet.
1IIO I)K JANEIRO, Hra7.ll, Jan.
with the otllccrH cr tho American
WILL VISIT BUENOS AYRES
WASHINGTON. I). I'., Jan. 15 Tho torpedo flotilla preceding tho
battleship fleet will visit lluenos Ayres.
ON GARTER'S WORD
That ex-Governor Carter still lu i
person of considerable liillueneu wan
shown In the I'ollco Court this morn
Ing, when A. M. llrown ns prosecuting
officer asked to have Bontcnco sus
pended In the caso of n Japanese, bas
ing his motion on u rcijuest froiii his
old friend, tho ex-Governor.
The defendant, Nlshlokn, wns
charged with lialng curried n eon
cealcd weapon. Ho entered a plea of
guilty, nml then llrown made bin ro
cpicst that sentence bo suspended, as
Curler had Bald that ho know tho
man and that ho wns u very nice sort
of a person. Tho Court granted tho
request, and .Nlslitoka hustled oul to
bask In tho shadow of his Influential
Tho pnllco officers who handled tho
caso do not appear to have as high tin
opinion of tho character of tho ox
Goverunr'B friend, nnd they state that
tho weapon which ho carried, was nn
exceedingly vicious looking Jupauuao
Tho San Francisco Good Govorn
mont Lcaguo Is to Investigate the
city's books to Bee whore 1600,000,
looted on Improvements, has gone.
Representative Knowland and Sen
ator Perkins surrender to Dr. 'Wheel
er In Rerkoley postoulco contest nnd
Merrill will retain, otllce,
35c Music for
Prices of all
popular music for
10 days at
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BLDG.
Itllcultlcs which were occasioned bc-
ovcrnmontH over the Immigration ot
ow been settled on the basis ot the
ter of Labor Lemlcux and tho Jnp-
c Canadian Minister here. Canada
illations agreed upon, which allows
o leave Japan for Canada each year.
WITH OUR FLEET
10 Ml COURT
The January term of tho United
States District Court comes to nn end
January 1!S. On that date tho Judge
und court oineluls will go to Illlo for
a short session. Unless something
unexpected comes up, their stay
there will bo only for tlirco or foui
Ou returning to Honolulu, the
Judge will hold a special term ot
emu t beforo the legular April term.
The balunco of the present term Is
filled up with fascs set f(ir trial, and
there are n large number which will
go over until tho special anil April
WUNDENBERG WILL FILED
Tho will of Fred Wuudenberg, late
ly deceased, was filed, for probata yes
terday. Tho entire estate, after pnyr
mem in jusi ileitis turn uiuorai ex
penses, Is loft to Mrs. Wiinilenborg,
tho testator'H widow, who Is named as
executrix without bonds, with tho re
quest that sho consult with ,1. Alfred
Miignou In nil matters relating to the
The propei ty Is valued nt $114,000,
$1,000 representing real estato In His
noliihi, and tho balanco, $110,000, life
Insurance and shares ot stock In va
Col. W. F. Cody's son-ln-Iaw, Lieut.
Clarenco A. Stott of tho 12th cavalry,
is dead. He was serving with his
troop in South Dakota In connection
with thu Indian troubles.
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CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 1:
Am. schr. llelene, for Mnhukona.
Monday, January 6.
MONTEVIDEO Arrived, Jan. 5.
Am. sp. 11. P. Packard, from Nor
folk for Honolulu, put In lu dis
tress. Tueoday, January 7,
KAANAPALI Sailed Jan. 0:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for Sallna Cruz.
Wednesday; January 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 7:
Am. S. S. Hllonlan, henco Dec. 31.
Saturday, January 11.
SAN ritANClSCO Sailed Jau. 10.
A.-H..S. S Arizonau, for Honolulu
A.-H. S. S. Nebraska)!, for Sound.
HILO Arrived Jan. 7:
Am. bk. Annlo Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Sailed Jnn. 7:
Am. schr. II. C. Wilght, for Sun
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 0:
Dr. S. S. Highland Monarch, henco
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, henco Dec. SI.
Monday, January 13.
SAN FHANCISCO-Snlled Jan. 12:
Am. bktne. lrmgard, for llouululu.
Am. bk. G. C. Tobey, for Honolulu.
Am. bk Pint George, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. 15. M. Phelps, for Knhuliil.
SAN PHANCISCO Arrltcil, Jan. 13:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from Illlo,
GAViqTA Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. S. S. W. S. Porter, for Hono
lulu. Tuesday, January 14.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Jnn. II:
O. S. S. Alameda, hence Jnn. S.
MOJI An Ived. Jan. 12:
S. S. Admiral Iiorresen, henco Dec.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Jnn. II:
Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 11:
Hongkong Mnru, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 15.
MONTEREY An Ived, Jnn. 14:
Am. sp. Palls of Clyde, henco Dec.
Thursday, January 16.
SAN PHANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 10.
A.-H. S. H. .Mexican, from San Diego.
SAN PHANCISCO Sailed Jan. 10:
Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
HILOArrlved Jan. IB:
Am. bk. St. Katharine, from San
Tho plans nnd specifications for
tho Hllo breakwater havo been np
procd by tho authorities at Wash
ington nml havo been returned to
Captain Otwell. Illds will soon bo
called for, and It Is expected that
contractors from Honolulu, Hllo ami
San Francisco may enter Into tho
competition for tho-work, for which
$100,000 luiH been appropriated.
Before tho work Is completed It Is
likely that a further appropriation
will bo ashed from Congress, ns tho
Intention Is that tho structure shall
be built out about 7300 feet to tho
northwest and then turned towards
tho west for about 2000 feet. It will
bo one of tho most Important works
of the kind which has ever been un
ilcrtnken lu tho Pacllle, tho only lar
ger proposition being that at San
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Tho following affects the list of
Light, Iliioys, and I lay marks, 2th
Light-House Subdlstrlct. 1007, pago 14.
HONOLULU HAimOR, OAHU IS
LAND, T. H.
Temporary Channel Iluoy 9, a 2nd
class can, wns established, Jauiiar
14, In 11.1 feet of water, to mark the
turn from tho main channel Into the
Inner harbor after Honolulu Front
Kongo Light-House Ik moved, about
730 feet S.W. by S.. from Its present to
Its proposed temporary location ou tin
reclaimed land ou the westerly sldo of
Honolulu Hear ltange Light-House.
N. by K. 1-8 !:.. ubout 1780 feet; Chnu
nel 'Wharf (formerly Quarantine
Wharf), left tangent 1J.S.K 1-1 K.;
Chimney Sewer Pumplm; filiitloii, SE.
:i-t 10. ; Honolulu Front Kniigu Light-
House, W.S.W. 1-S V about 75 feet.
lly order of the LIght-Huusu Hoard.
News has reached St. Petersburg
that 'Count Tolstoi, tho noted novel
ist, Is Just recovering from Injuries
received In a fall from a horso.
John Lambert, lirtlst mid portrait
painter, died at his country home In
.lenlilntown. n suburb ot Philadel
phia, lie was 1C years old.
A Moot Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
GB S, KING ST. .. PHONE 525.
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Full moon Jan. 18, nt 3:07 a. tu.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours-
30 minutes slower than Groonwlch
tlmo, being that of tho meridian of 1G7
fegrecs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whfttlo
blow3 nt 1:30 p. m., which Is tho snmo
as Greenwich, o hours 0 minutes. Sun
end moon are for .local tlmo for tho
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Thiirsdny, January Hi.
Am. schr. Win. II. Marston, Peabody,
f 1 0111 Snu Francisco, a. in.
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Thursday, January 1C.
Slmr. Nneiitt, Oncss, for llonokaa;
10 11. 111.
K 11 3C 5f 3 X K 3t. 3C -J K W Sf 3 f
a' X 3C x x x. x x 3i ;c kdxssm
Per Btiur. Mlkahala, Gregory, for
Kanal port3, Jan. IB. n. p. Haldwln.
Miss McCodgan. Mrs. Geo. Ilakor, Miss
Aklnii, Mrs. Aklna, D. K. Hayselden,
Capt. Carter, E. A. Knudsen, Huv. II.
Isenbcrg, Mrs. J. It. Meyers.
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The U. S. Army transport Sher
man sailed away estcrday nfternoon
at f o'clock for Mnnilu with her pre
cious loud of bravo soldiers and pret
ty girls. She left tho Navy dock
promptly on time. Tho Hoyni
Hawaiian Hand played for several,
hours on board tho boat before who
left, nnd every bit of tile music was
thoroughly enjoyed by the people 011
The vessel was searched beforo sho
left by Chler of Detectives Taylor,
who was ou tho lookout tor a crimi
nal who was supposed lo have stowed
uway from Pi Isco. The man was not
Five stowaways wero sent ashore
from the Sherman, notwithstanding
the fact that the authorities here ob
jected strenuously. A protest hail
been jnajlr to Coptatn Ilabcock with
regard to dumping the stowaways ore
here, but ho had already made ar
rangements with the Quarantine of
ficials. The transport Dlx Is duo hero to
day, but on account or tho rough
weather sho may bo held hack for
fcomc liouiH. Tho cabins of the Dlx,
It Is said, are bolhg reserved for
horses mid inules which will bo pick
ed 1111 In the Philippines.
Captain Peabody of the Marston,
now lu port, Is a great reader. Do
has u very valuable old copy of Alex
ander Popo's Essays aboard. Tho
Captain says that ho docs not know
what ho would do If It wore not for
Tho lulor-lslaiid steamer Mlkahala
is duo lo sail this evening nt G o'clock
for Hawaii ports. She has 11 fair pas
senger Hat, and sonio freight.
Hllo, Jan. 1 1. Last night 11 sudden
storm capsized n Jlshlng boat at Sea
coimet Point. The boat was smashed
und Josto Medlno drowned,
Nothing hut rough weather haa
been tho report of vessels entering
this harbor for tho last few weeks.
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SANTA FE WILL GROW TIES '
Chicago, Dee. 5. Tho AIcIiIhiii,
Topeka and Sanln Po railroad pro
poses lo grow Its own railroad lies.
To that end n ranch of 10,000 aeivH
has been purchnsed In San Diego
county, California, und 7000 acres will
l.o planted lu cucalyplim trees. Tho
remaining MOO acres will be used .is
nn experimental statfon ami hervo ns
an object lesslon lo the farmers of
that vicinity. This step has been
taken because of the Increasing fear
Hint beforo many years tho native
timbers of tho United States will bo
exhauslod. It has been demonstrated
that wood of tho oucalyptus tree will
outlast any Other when used for piles,
tiles nnd bridge work.
While the planting of trees ha
been started, It will bo n number of
years beforo any of them will be
iargo enough to cut. At (hat ago each
Iron can bo cut Into two tics, nnd tho
increase from then on Is mora rapid.
With Its present mileage tho Sanln
Fo uses 3,000,000 now ties yearly,
which during the llscnl year ending
June 30 last cost 12,393,073. It Is es
timated, however, that at tho time
tet for maturity tho eucalyptus ranch
will produco oach year 7,000,000 ties,
giving n biii plus over present needs
of 4,000,000 a year.
I $3EF""For Rent" cards on oalo at
ne Bulletin otneo.