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EVENING nUM-BTIN, HONOLULU. T H . miDAY. .TAN 17. 100.
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Leahl Chapter Installation.
All vliltlng members of ue
order are cordlallr lnrlted to
attend meUlngi o( local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mnetn everv Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDllY, Sccrotary
UEN. F. VICKEItS, N. U.
All vliltlng brothers very cordlallr
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meots every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall. cor.
Tort and Berotanla. Visiting broth
er! cordially invited to attend.
V. L. LYLE. CC,
P. WALDKON. K.R3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
lloets every Friday evening at
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Here
tanla. at 7 30. Member! of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Win. McKlnlcy Lodge
No. 8, and tilting brothers cordially
A O DEKIUNO, CC .
JAS W WHITE, KRS
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, 11. P. O.
K., will meet In their hal on King
near Fort street every Trlday even
ing. By order of the B R.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARUSON, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets overy Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Beretanta. Visiting broth
trs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE. CC.
E. A JACOHSON. K.RS.
HONOLULU AEHLE 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
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE. W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 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 BIVETED PIPES for irrigation
D iosss a specialty. Particular at
ion paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Smdl and Medium Sizes, Complete,
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Vol. 44-50 King St., Katsey Blk., bt.
Nuoanu and Smith fits.; Tel. 189.
Built Like a Watch
That's the way with craft turned
Charles D Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
The Woskly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
King and Bethel Sts.
To obtain the result it
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Ltd.
Employment Office snpplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
163 KING ST.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
Picture Framing a Speoialty.
563 S. BEEETANIA ST.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
At All Watohdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer
Real Estate: Mt'e. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lie-
Office 79 Merchant St. Phone 310,
You Want Elecfcio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone! Installed or Dry
.Batteries, can the
UNION EIJGTBIO CO.,
69 Beretania St Phone 315.
S3bF Fine Job Printing at the Bui
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let it worry you when n GO
cent Bulletin Want Ad. will provide
a'A Mc Your Wife "
Sjmiilirmv rehearsal this evening
Hent Franklin rnrs Stk)ds Stbls.'
Cut prices on Ladles' lllbbcd Vesta
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Speoialty Co.,
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG 11. P. O. II,
will inert In i:iks' Unit at 7:30 tills
The Fashion Saloon Is now scnlng
in excellent dinner between 1 and G
Honolulu Scottish Thlstlo Club will
meet this cenlng at 7-30 In Its rooms
In tho OrcRon block.
PolneBlati licampment No. 1. I 0
0. F . w 111 meet this evening nt 7 30
In Odd Follows' Hall.
John OudVrklrk. who has charge of
tho construction of tho new llbrnr) nt
Oahu College, has started to work on
Dr. Murray reported Judge Whiting
as somewhat Imprmcd )osterduy and
able, to sit up and tako some nouiMi
ment. Joo Mnntaro and stepson, Manuel
Marlts, will leao on tho Claudlne fc
Maul, for a two weeks' lono on tin
A Japancso nt Malta, Katial, was
killed by n shark while gathering a
numtcr of fish that hud been giant
Coat )ottr Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its coollnt;
und preservnthc properties Cnlifornlii
Feed Co., agents
The case of J. Sllva & Co s Autoif
lo Joaquin do Iroltas has been ap
pealed directly to the Supremo Court
from the District Court
K. Hurtoti Holmes, n will known lee
Hirer mid tnnelcr, 1ms wiltten to hl
friends here sa)lng that he woulil be
hero on the Korea, due on the 23th
The Alexander Young Cafe is open
from 0:30 in the morning till 8:30
at night, ready to serve you with a
dainty breakfast, lunch, or dinner,
Tho Wlilto Fumll) Hotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sew lug ma
thlno In the world Denny & Co , Ltd.
agents. 12fiG, Fort street. Phono -188
Take jour automobile run to HnlC'
Iwa. It Is tho prettiest place In the
lclnlly of Honolulu, tho ro.id Is goi.d
and the entertainment nt the hotel stu
House-wives, rail up phono 7G and
nsU for a can of Tillman's canned
ft nits und cgctnblcs. Fresh bhlp-
ment Just In. J. M. Lcy & Co,
In hu)lng clothes, be sure of what
j on nro getting. A Hart Scli.iffncr
& Marx label stands for A No. 1 qunl
,lt) That's enough. Slha's Tog
You are looking for fit, wear, and
qunllty In jour rlothrs. Tho Stelu
llloch tailors Knew It when they
made the Spring assortment wo have.
M Mclnerny, Ltd.
Dress to suit tho season. You can
find nt Yeo Chnn & Co. woolen un
derwear of every weight; pajamas or
silk, cotton, and flannel. Prices tho
lowest In tho city.
The Leonard letrlgcrator lins
eight separnto wnlls. That glos It
Ideal Insulation, and saves ico bills
It's cfran and easily cleaned. Sco It
nt H. Hackfold & Co., Ltd.
Marshal Hendry reccUcd n wlrclosc
messago from United Slates Coinmls
bloner I'mnenux jesterdny stating
that Moses Lono had been ai rested
charged with forging a postofllco
money order. A deputy will go up on
tho Claudlne today.
Tho planting of pineapples and rub
her will booiiHjo Btarled In tho district
of Puna, Hawaii. A reprceentatho of
a largo San Francisco firm who Is nt
present In this city, will mako a tilp
to Hawaii to sallsr himself with the
prospect of tho gioimd.
Gcorgo Kckautijia jestcrda) filed an
answer to tho complaint of lalliloa Ka
mahalo, who charges (ieorgo with
alienating tho affections of his wife
und wants $2500 damages. Tho an
twer Is a general denial. Kckaiiolui In
represented by J Light foot nnd Hnou
Vincent. J. Alfred Magoon Is attorney
for tho plaintiff.
Judge Lindsay jestonlaj lenmrmed
tho .illdlty of tho gutter oidlnanro
lasscd icccntlj by tho Hoard of Su
ponlsors ' Ho did this In tho caso of
the Territory of Hawaii vs. I I,. Mc
Camllcss and James Armstrong, ai
pcalcd from tho District Court, fining
(hem each $10 and costs, Kxceptlons
wcro nt oiico taken fiom tho ruling of
tho coprt nveriiillng tho dciniiner of
ttio dufcndatits, and to the decision
fining them $10 and costs, nnd an ap
peal will bo laken to tho Supreme
lllds wero received yestonlay by Su
perlntendcnt of Public Works Camp
boll for tho construction of tho Wnla
nao schoolhouso and tho Kwa school
house. The Walanao schoolhouso Is
a ono-Btory framo building. Tho bids
wero ns follows: Thomas Nott, $4117,
Otto Oss, $5000; Albert Trask, $5480;
H. Do Fries, $5299; A. Uvorson, IG1G3.
Tho bids for tho F,wa schoolhouso
wore. Thomas Nott, $1793; Otto Oss,
$0181. Albert Trask, $6500; H. Do
Fries, $6629; A. Hvcrson, $7163. Ilids
will ho asked for nt onco for tho con
struction of a one-room schoolhouan ut
Kalaupapa The bids will bo openzed
A. N, SANFORD.
jjoston Building. Port Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Mlth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla St. Phone 1491
rss. ir saKaEsosaKS" i esi
Here it is a car without battery or spark plugs. No
trouble, no breaking down. Want to sec it? It's the
1908 Studebakei Car
on exhibition at our show-rooms. The STUDEBAKER
CAR, Model H, is a four-cylinder, vertical, water-cooled
motor, with all the superior points of the highest-priced
The ignition is by imported Simms-Bosch low-tension
magneto, with AUTOMATIC MAKE and BREAK SPARK.
THE CAR RUNS ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT NOISE.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
Merchant St., between Alakea and Fort
Roosevelt Supporters Have
Downed Hughes Resolution
Ni:V YOUK, N'. Y, J.in. 1U. After u bitter light the Now York
Republican County C'ommltlco has tabled tho resolution cndoisliiK (Inv
entor Hughes for tho Presidency. The Count) Committee is controlled
bj Parsons, a stront? ltoosovclt man.
TOKIO, Jnpn, .Ian. 1G Tho builcct submitted to tho leadeis nf
both houses of the Diet shows receipt! of fill.oio.ooi) jen and expendi
tures of 615,950,000 )cn for tho llsml ear. It is proposed to meet tho
deficit It) Increasing tho-t.ix on uke,,beer, alcohol, sugar, and kerosene.
Tho sugar Increase, on four standards, .neiiiges 40 per cent. Tho delltlt
is due to ovei-eNpcndlture on the arm) and navy and the nationalization
TOKIO, .Tnp.in, .Ian. Hi CIiIiiii has been notified Hint tho proposcil
railroad between Klniiiituii nnd 1'uKuiiM'ii is In liil.itliin of the ticaty ut
Peking, and that .Inpan will luleifeie n irceul lonhtiiutlon.
WRECKAGE WASHED ASHORE
SHATTI.i:, Wnsli., .Inn Hi- Wieiknge supposed to bo Hint of tho
Itrltish ship Iluitlleld, fiom Valparaiso lo I'ugel Sound, has come ashore.
It Ij feaied that tho vessel bus been lost with thlit) lles.
HARRIMAN MUST ANSWER
NHW YOUIC, N. Y Jnn. lfi. The United Slates Com t lias onloicd
C II, Hniiiiuan to answer the questions put to him by the Ip.tci -Statu
POUT All PIMNCi:, Ha)tl, Jan. l(i.- A body of reolulloiilKts Is ap
proaching this tlty. Measures are bring taken to check tho uprising.
(Continued from Paze 1)
politics, mid It Is nullo piobablu that
tney will enter tho light with a few
candidates of their own.
It has been noticed by tho author
ities that lereutly n Inigo amount of
Socialistic piopaganda has been dis
tributed here, a largo poitlon tbcio
of being In tho hands of tho tlawall
.ins. Last night, for Instance, n Hi
wnllau appealed at tho meeting of
ono of tho Hawaiian Middles with
u bunch of pamphlets such as Win.
11 I.elllngw ell's "Kasy Lessons In Ho.
(Inllsm" and Cluyloid Wllsblie's
"Why n WnrMngiimu Should lie a
This Hawaiian was located this
morning Ho stated that ho had been
given tho pamphlets to distribute by
Jos. I. Whittle, tho painter. Ho ex
plained that ho had .had several talks
about Socialism with Whittle, and
that it was tho Intention that tho
Socialist party which had been organ
Izcd heio, should tako a hand In the
political campaign together with tho
other political parties.
Whittle was scon nt his shop on
Union street. His ofllco was 111 led
with Socialistic pamphlets by Upton
Sinclair, Jack London, Bellamy, Kail
Marx, and other well-known nuthors.
Whittle appeared to be well ersed In
these works, and spoko vcrj lutein -
Prices of all
popular music for
10 days at
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER, YOUNG BLDQ.
MEANS MORE TAXES
gentl) on the uatuio unci aim i of So
cialism. Whittle explained that theto wen
iliilto a number of Koclallsls lieic
'.vlio had (iimii f i oiu tho mainland,
uiiii who weto doing their best lo got
thu local people unncrlcd to theli
doctrine. In this, ho said, they bail
met with Bient success. They had
mc (.coded 111 Inteiestlng n oi) huge
number of Ilawalhins, und many or
theso wete now menilieis of the par
t). Whlttlo 4s olilonlly not pattlc
lihtrl) Intel ested In local politics,
and ho explained tittit ho was not u
politician Ho leallLS, howover,
that to Inlciest the Hnwnllau follow
ns It will be necessaiy tluit llto par
ty should tako up tho fight locally,
mid he expects that this will he dono
"We shall piobably lmvo sonio can
dldutea In this coining election," ho
raid, "though we do not expect to bo
able to do much. On tne election nt
tet that wo should, howover, be ablo
to do consldeiablo,"
On next Sunday tho qutiiantli'n will
bo cnei If no now cases dowdop bo
foio that time, and this Is not likely
to happen This will bo wclconio nows
lucked to tho local mei chants and
shippers, foi thoy hao been greatly
bluco the eholei.t
scaio came up.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January J.
NKWCASTI.i: Sailed Jnn 1:
Am. Kclir. Hel'-ne, for Mnhukona.
Tuesday, January 7,
KAANAPAM Sailed Jan C:
A. II. S S Texan, for Sallua Cruz.
Saturday, January 11.
PAN ritANClSCO Sailed Jau 10.
AH H S Artzonan, for Honolulu
A II S. S. Ncbrnskan, for Sound.
HII.O Arrlu-d Jnn. 7:
Am bk. Annie Johnson, from San
M.AIIUKONA Sailed Jnn 7:
Am schr H. C. Wright, for San
NHWCASTI.i: Arrhod Jnn 0:
Ilr S S Highland Monarch, hence
YOKOHAMA ArrUed Jau. 11:
V M S S Siberia, henco Dec. 31,
Monday, January 13.
SAN PKANCISCO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am bkliie Iungnrd, for Honolulu
Am bk O. C. Tobey, for Honolulu.
Am bk Fori George, for Honolulu,
Am bk H. M. Phclpi, for Kuhulul.
SAN FRANCISCO Anlved, Jan. 13:
Alii S. S Enterprise, from HUo,
OAVIOTA Sailed Jnn. 11:
Am S S. W. S. Porter, for Hono
Tueiday, January 14.
PAN ntANCISCO ArrUed Jan. 11:
O S. S. Alameda, bonco Jan. 8.
MOJI Arrhed, Jnn. 12:
S. S. Admiral Horn sen, henco Dec
SAN niANCISCO-Salled Jan, II:
Nippon Mam, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. II:
Hongkong Maru, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 15.
IONTI:m:Y Arr!ptl. Jan. 11:
Am. bp. rolls of CI) ile, henco Dec.
Thursday, January 16.
SAN ntANCISCO ArrUoil Jan. 1
A H S S Mexican, fiom San Diego.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed lull. 10:
lllloulan, for Honolulu
HII.O Arrhod Jan 15:
Am. bk St. Katherlne, from San
Friday, January 17.
MO.VTi:VIDi:0 Sailed Jan. 11:
Am sp U. P Packanl, for Honolulu
SAN ritANf'ISCO Arihed Jnn. 17:
V S. ,A T Htiford, henco Jan. 8.
.lobn Kflluger this mcirnlug 11 led suit
again Marlon C Ciook, doing bust
ness ns tho Hawaii Photo Ai Art Co..
for $I0SC1. together with intetesi,
costs and nttorno's fees.
Tho complaint alleges that on Sep
tember 1, 1S07, the defendant became
Indebted to Chas. It Fiazler for
$123 b" for aihertlslnc. This account
bus been assigned to the plaintiff The
defendant also owed tho Honolulu l'ho
lo Supply Co. two bills for $ir.r. J15
and $l" iospcctlcl), and Klllugcr is
now tho owner of this account. An
other Item Is a pininisiiory note to F
O Hall A: Sou for $72 711. unpaid.
Ciook's piitlculur hill owing to John
Kirtngtr imioiintB to $3.3. Fllluger
bites for jtiilgment on all the vailous
LAND FOR SISAL
Goeinoi Ficar nmt Land Coinmls
bloner Piatt nro ccmsldeilng placing
en the mniket for sale a tract consist
lug of about 2,0(10 ncrcs of sandy land
l)lng between Kekaha ami Maua on
tho wotdein Bide of Katial. Tho land,
it Is thought, will proo Miltiablo for
tho lalsitig of Blsal. It Is now under
lease to tho Kiiiidsens, tho lease !m
lng onl) u few )oai more to I un The
piobciit holdort. aio anxious let bit)
It, und offci to sill tender tho icmaln
lug let in of the lease If tho land Is put
up for bale.
It Is pioposed to offer tho land in
ram acio lots, on agreements of sale
condition on tho land being put Into
sisal within the next flo )caru It Is
esllliuiti-d that $ri0,il(0 will bo Hcptliec'
to put tho whole tiaet under tiiitha
Tho Inter Island sleatnei Cliiudlne
Is duo to call fiom thu Iimgatd wlintf
flor Knhuliil nt f o'clock tins oenlng-
She will carry mall and passcngcib.
Tho "next" filcnds of Mih Mniy
Maker GUner Hddy, head of the Cluls
tian Scientists, lima taken steps to
pieM'tit tho trustees of her estato
from nppropilatlng $l,0oo,ui)() to
tounil u ohmltablu institution ns
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST.
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I "ill I uiiMin Jan. 18, nt 3:07 a. in.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes sluncr than Greenwich
time, being (hat of tho meridian of 167
legrics 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whtstlo
blows nt 1-30 p. m , which Is tho samo
as Greenwich, o houra 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon nro for local time for tho
X ARRIVED X
Thursdny, January Hi.
Ilk llitehe, I,o Maltre, froili Hum
buig, I "o p in. '
if K JC K it K N ')i X K it K M K 5
Tliursdiiy, laniiar) Hi.
Stmr Mlknlinln, Gregnr), for Kauai
ports, . p m.
Friday, Jim 17.
Stmr. Claudlne, llcnuctt, for Ka
tin I tl i. 5 p in.
K 3C X )f X K X X V. K X X X X 5 K
DUE TOMORROW '
X i( X ; t w if x x x a H X X X
A -II. S S. Arlzonan, Tanle), fiom
Snu Francisco, u m.
nxxx xxxx x -inx nit xxv
PASSENGERS BOOKED M
Per stmr Claudlne, Ilciinetl, fur
Kuhulul, Jau. 17, f p m I,. M.
Vetlesen, 11 W llnrnnrd, Geo. M.
Hot It. J P Coifko, l-ouhe I.uddlng
ton, I.. I.pwtoii-llraln, Geo P. Dav
Ic3, Mis A V Soaies, Mis. I.. Hel
btish, Mrs A J llilght ami chlldicn,
Mis K. Noa, It W. llictkons. K. It.
I lend!), Antono Manuel, Ilev. J. Ko
klpl and wife. Father Francis, Itev.
M. Santos, C M. Cooke, G. D. llobln
1.011, Itov. M. Knmaka, Foster ltobln-
son. Miss Louise Itoblnson, A. Weill,
K. M Wutson, Kllen Daniels, J. J.
Diuiumond, John Monlz, II. V. Hal
linger, I.. l)als.
M WATERFRONT NOTES
X X M rt M X A X K X 3 V JC K M
It Is icported heio that among tho
stowawa)H on tho transport Sherman
who were getitl) leipitstod to tiy Ho
iioltilu as a home, wero two decidedly
"undesirables" olio of them having a
prodcllotlon for putting people of nolo
out of the woi Id b) tho d)iiamlto
icnttp, and the ollici halng Just rf
coiiimcm fondness for other peoplu's
xnltiables. If the) exhibit any of their
f.multo Halts, they will probably bo
asked to icmaln as guests of tho IP'lel
A wireless was letelxed nt llm
Auietlcun-llawnilau olllies )csteiday
to tho effect that tho Columbian bad
turlM-d at Illlo, and would liumed
Intel) coniiucnco loading stigai. Tho
Ailzoiiau, alhit of Uiat line, la duo heio
In Honolulu lomoriow with geneial
Irelght She will also cany hcmii.iI
da)H iiiall from the Oust, as no boat
has coma down since the Maiiehtula.
After an unitmiall) long patgng. of
l'.i:: cIiijh riom Hnmburg aiullliest. tho
Flench balk Hoche, Captain Lu Mai
tie, milved heio )esteiduy aflernooii
and was ducked at thu Harkfeld
wharf, where she has already begun,
discharging her caigct.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The following affects tho list of
lights, bito)s mid da)iuaiks. Twelfth
l.lhlit luiin-o Stlbdislilct, lint", pago 15
PHAIH. HAltllOIt. OAHU, T. II.
Di edged Channel Iluoy, r, n 2nd
clas'i can, Is out of position. It will lie
lopluccd ns boon us pinctieablo.
Ily Older (if Iho UkM-Hohko Pond,
J. V. CAHTHlt,
Lieutenant Commander, U S N., As
tdstuul lo the Inspcctot of the 12lh
Light House Dlstiic t
A test of tho usefulness of tho
itcoiistUou was madu lu the Central
Union Chinch cstcrday afternoon.
The titoitsUcuu, an Institiuicnt enab
ling deaf pet sons to lieu and distin
guish sounih that would otherwise
ho Indistinct, was placed on tho speak
ti's desk and connected by wiles with
tho Indhliltt.il eni-plcecs, which arn
placed befoto tho persons employing
When the speaker commenced to
inlk his miIco was eldently heard, ns
the perbous who had the ear-pieces In
their earj nodded nnd said that thoy
hud distinctly heard what was snld.
Tho acoustlcon Is mndo In three
giades of scnslthoncss, and only ono
kind was nvatlablo for uso )esterday.
George Ado, the humoiist, an
noiinieil his candldaey for delegnto
from thu Tenth DUtrlct of Indiana
to tho Republican National Conven-
tiou. Ho n support Falibauks.
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