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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If, SATURDAY, JAN. IS, 1108.
Leahl Chapter Installation.
All visiting members of the
order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Mocts every Monday ovenlng at
7:30 in I. 0. O. V. Hall, Fort Street,
K. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. 1'. VICKEIIS. N. O.
All vlaltlnc brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mceta every Tuesday evening nt
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor,
Fort and Ucrctnnla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. I.. LYLE, CO.,
V. WALDRON, K.U.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
K. of P. Hall, cor. Tort and llero
tanla, nt 7:30. Members ot Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Win. McKlnley Lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordially
A. G DEERINO, C.C.,
JA8. W. WHITE. K.R.S.
E0N0LULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, 11. P. U.
E., will meet In their hall on King
Dear Fort street overy Friday even
ing. Dy order of tho E It.
IIARHY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, 13. It.
Win. M'KJNLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday ovenlng nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth
trs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE. C.C.,
E. A. JACOHSON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in 1C. of P. Hall, corner
Ceretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE. W , Prcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every llrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
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 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,
Nos. 44-50 Kinjr St., Katscy Blk., bt.
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. 180.
Built Like a Watoh
That's the way with craft turned
Charles D, Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. ur. Alapai
The Wotkly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
- - --.i-.itWtJ --jia jtifclf
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
tionamies to plantations, contractors
163 KINO ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Speoialty.
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 Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. PORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
P. H. Burnette,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
rnvate Telephone installed or Ury
Batteries, call the
UNION ELFCTRIO CO..
CO Beretania St. Phone 315.
Fine Job Printing at the Bui-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let it worry you when a CO
cent Bulletin Want Ad. will provide
"Lend Mo Your Wife."
Rent franklin earn. Slkds. Stbla."
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
II. Many armed from Illlo on tho
II. L. Kerr returned from his busi
ness trip to Wall uk u,
MrB. Law claw o of thin city returned
this jiiurulriR In (ho Kluait.
C. R. Collins returned from Ms bits
Incsa trip lu the Klnnu today.
Mrs. V. 0. McVnno was a passou
ger In tho Klnau this forenoon.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Sriecialtv Co..
Tho Fashion Saloon Is now serving
an excellent dinner between 4 and 6
Tpm Diirnlngham of the firm of 12.
O. Hall & Son, was a roturner iu tho
Jarcd Smith of tho U. S. Expert
ment Station was among tho arrivals
lu tho Klnau.
Chaw; Chan wan today appointed ad
ministrator of tho estate ot Chang
Sec, deceased, under bonds of 100.
High Sheriff Win. Henry returned
from llllo In the Klnau, whero ho has
been making an inspection of the Jail.
Tho Roynl School Alumni v. Ill hold
Its regular meeting next Monday, at
L 7:30. Members nro requested to at
In the partnership accounting of K.
C. Rowo vs. Stanley Stephenson, tho
respondent appeals to tho Supremo
Special millinery sale of trimmed
felt begins Monday, January 20th, at
N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co. 33 1-3 per
Theodoro Roosovflt Camp No. 1,
U. S. W. V., will hold a regular
meeting this evening In Wavcrloy
block nt 7:30.
Coat your Iron loofs with "Arabic
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Teed Co., agents.
Tho final accounts of W O. Smith,
guardian of I.ucy K. Richardson, wcro
approved this morning, tho minor tun
ing attained her majority.
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,
lllshop Moore v. Ill preach at llio
First Methodist church dh. llcrctanl.i
avenue nt 11 o'clock tomoriow mom
lulg and nt Central Union Cliurc.li lu
tho evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Judge Robinson this morning np
proved tho final accounts of W (J.
Smith, guardian of Edwin, Joseph and
John Hamaukii, and discharged him
from further responsibility.
Queen I.llluokalanl, accompanied b)
Mrs. J. Aca, arrived In tho steamer
Klnau this morning. He was at La
halna, where sho has been tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Scong.
From numerous points lu tho East
crn States havo been received repoits
that pineapples shipped during tho
i.ulld.in by Wells, Fargo Impress had
arrived In excellent condition
Tho Catholic Church of St. John the
Raptlst, Kallhl-wacmi, In chargo of
Rov. Father Clement. 'Tomorrow, Jan-
uarj 19th, 8:30 a. m., high mass, hoi
moil, collection, Sunday bchool. 1 p
In tho mntjer of John F. Colluini,
trustee, vs. Gen. II. Holt, ct al., an no
Hon for tho forfeiture of a lease, the
plaintiff has filed nn appeal from the
decision of District Magistrate Hoo
kano, of Ewa.
Mr. Kerr, tho architect of tho Wal
luku Court House, has visited Wal
liiku this week. Ho Is satisfied with
tho work of Contractor McDonald nnd
expects the work completed In lens
than three months' time.
Tho Christian Endeavor Society of
tho Ccntrnl Union Church will hold
Its usual service at tho Leahl Home to
morrow, mid nil Interested are re
quested to bo prosent. Tho car leives
tho Pawna Junction at 2:30 p. m.
Tho following sugar is awaiting
shipment on Hawaii: Ol.ia, 18,r,9;
Walakoa, 6000; Wnlnaku, KOOO; Pepce
kco, 3500; Hakalau, 12,000; Kukalau,
3000; Hamakua, 5500; P.tauhau, 1L
000; Honokna, 3500; Hnnuapo, 31.10.
Treasurer A. J. Campbell yesterday
had tho first nppoitunlty slnco the
Governor's leturn, of talking over Tor
rltorlnl finances with the Governor.
Governor Frcar Btatcs that tho Aud
itor's report will boon appear, con
taining a complcto 'exhibit of the
finances of tho Torrltory.
Strathmlll tho premier of Scotch
whlsklos. Tho thing for n nlco mellow
high ball. Guaranteed by W. A, Gil
boy, Loudon. Lewis & Co., Limited,
Milo agentB for Hawaii. Family wlno
and liquor dealers, 1G9 King street.
Telepliono 240. Take a bottlo hnnio
for t lioso Sunday friends who call to
morrow. Julia II. Afong has mado an answer
to tho complaint of Carrlo II, lllggs
and Ilcsslo R. niirns. Sho pleads as
a bar to their action "Iho agreement
of compromise and supplemental
agrcomont," which they signed with
tho othor members of tho Afong fam
ily except Tony Afong, about August
17, 1907. Undet that settlement, an
set forth, tho Afong children oxrept
Tony releasod their claim upon tho
trust fund of tho estato of Chun Afong,
decoased, making u first cliaige tlieie
upon tho payment of JGOOU n year to
Mrs. Afong, the respondent answering,
ffiHUAtmJr. - iwAA .
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
With their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla St. Phone 1401
Here it is n car witliout battery or spaik plugs. No
trouble, no breaking down. Want to see it? It's the
1908 Studetoaker 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 Simr.is-Bosch low-tension
magneto, with AUTOMATIC MAKE and BREAK SPARK.
THE CAR RUNS ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT NOISE.
SCMJMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
Merchant St.. between Alakea and Fnrt
Blankets are needed and we have them for sale. Good
ones; nothing better:
ALL WOOL. $5 to $7.50;
PURE COTTON. 75o to $3.00.
Great line of COMFORTERS, SPREADS nnd PILLOW
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
China Puts Rush Order
For Quick Firing Guns
PARIS, I'miicc, .I.in. 17 China has sent nu tu gent order to French
manufacturciH for a (oniilgnment of quirk-firing guns.
m u i ai
BIG CANADIAN BANK LIQUIDATES
TORONTO, Out., Jan. 17. Tho Soveielgu lt.uiK of Canada, with 20
branches, has gone Into liquidation.
Liquidation docs not ncrchsarlly signify failure'. The last hanking
Reporter gives the capital and sm plus of this bank iih i!i,2ri!i, 000. Loans
Slb,000,000. Deposits $10,000,000. V. J. Stork la manager.
im i m i m
EXCLUDE PUBLIC FROM THAW TRIAL
NEW YORK, N. Y Jan. 17. Harry Thaw's mother and wlfo weio
on tho stand today and testlllcd as at the piovlous trial. When Evcln
Thaw reached tho White Incidents tho prosecution nsl.ed that tho pub
lic ho excluded, Tho court will decide on Monday whether tho request
can ho granted.
m m i m
CAN FINISH CANAL IN SIX YEARS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 17 The I'icsldent has approved tho
plan In widen Iho locks nf the Panama Canal. Major Cocthals, tho Ar
my engineer in thnrgu ot (onsliutt Ion, states that tho canal can bo
completed In six years.
COMJMHUS, () Jan. 17,- Secretary Tuft claims COO delegates and
the control of tho Ohio State Republican Convention.
HAYTI REVOLUTIONISTS SUCCESSFUL
PORT All PRINCE, Ilnytl, Jan. 17. Tho revolutionists huvo cap
turcd tho town of Oonalvcs and St. Marc.
POPE PIUS IS ILL
ROME, Italy, Jan. 17. Pope PI us X has tho gout nnd has suspend
ed nudlonccs. .
Tho Jury Bitting on Iho case of Allka
Dow belt joslorday lolurncd a verdict
of not guilty, nftor being out only ten
minutes. Only two votes weui taken
On tho flrct tho voto stood 10 for ac
quittal to tvvn for conviction. Anoth-
jir voto was Immediately taken, und
tho tvvn reversed their piovlous Ideas
nnd voted for acquittal.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Robinson of
Pala, Maul, will celebrate tho li.'tli nn
nlvorsaiy of their wedding at their
homo noxt Monday evening. A largo
number of their Mends will turn out
to extend to them tho good wishes
which tho occasion always brings.
35o Music for
Prices of all
popular music for
10 days at
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
HE HAS WON
A. J. I.bpez has filed answer to tho
complaint of William Savldgo, truiteo
of tho Uuiote estnto. against Richard
Autono ot nl. Ho denlos Maria lla
loto's dower Interest In tho leasehold
mentioned. Ho says that when tho
leasehold was assigned to him It was
not valuablo, but a liability to tho es
tate of Manuol Uarcto.
Attorney Carl Smith ot llllo camo
down on busluess, having arrived In
tho Klnau this morning.
Architect P. "W. Poaso ot tho IT. S.
Tieasury Department, camo back In
tho Klnnu fiom tho settlement.
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CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
NEWCASTLE -Sailed Jan, 1:
Am. bclir. llelene, for Mnhukona.
Tuecday, January 7,
KA ANAPA LI Suited Jan C:
A.-1I. 8. 8. Texan, for Sallim Cruz.
Saturday, January It.
SAN l'HANCISCO Sailed Jan. 10.
A. II. S. 3 Arlzonnn, fur Honolulu
A.-1I. S. 8. Nobiaskan, for Sound.
IIILO Arrived Jnn. 7:
Am. bk, Annie Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Sailed Jan. 7:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, for San
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 0:
Hr. S. S. Highland Monarch, lienco
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, henco Dec. 31.
Monday, January 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. bktnc. Irmfcard, for Honolulu.
Am, bk. O. C. Tobey, for Honolulu.
Am. bk Fort George, for Honolulu,
Am. bk. . M. pTielps, for Kahulul.
SAN FitANCISCO Arrived, Jan. 13:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from Illlo,
OAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. 8. S. W. S. Porter, for Hono
lulu. Tuesday, January 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. II:
O. 8. S. Alameda, hence Jan. 8.
MOJI Arrlvrd, Jan. 12:
8. S. Admiral llorrcsuti, hence Dec.
SAN FitANCISCO Sailed Jan. 11:
Nippon Mum, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. II:
Hongkong Muni, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 15.
MONTEREY Arrived, Jan. H:
Am. sp. Falls of CI)do, hence Dec.
Thursday, January 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlved Jnn. 1fi.
A.H. S. 8. Mexican, from San Diego.
SAN'FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. lti:
Hllontan, for Honolulu. ,
HII.O Arrived Jnn. 15:
Am. bk. St. Kathcrlnc, from San
Friday, January 17.
MONTEVIDEO Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. sp. II. F. Paekaid, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived Jan. 17:
U. S. A. T. Ilurord, heneo Jan. 8.
Saturday, January 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 18:
A.-ll. S. 8 Neuidan, henco Jan. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Jan. 18:
O. S. 8. Alameda, for Honolulu.
1III.O Arrived. Jnn. 10:
A.-H. 8. S. Columbian, from Kaann
pall. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Tho following affects tho List of
Lights and Fog Signals, Pacific Coast,
11)07, pngo fiS; List or Lights, Huoys,
and D.ij marks, 2th Llght-Houbo Sub
dlKtilot. J007. pago 13.
HONOLULU IIARIlOR, OAIIU, T. II.
Honolulu Fmnl Rnugo Light, n Ith
ordcr II veil red light fiom seawaid, be
tween N. W. 3-1 W. und E., fixed vvhlto
Inside tho haibor, located near tho
easterly odgo of tho leef and tho wes
tori) edgu of Iho channel in Honolulu
Hiuhnr, ami about 3-1 mllo from tho
entrance to the harbor, soulbcrl) sldo
of tho Inland of Onhu
January 15, this light was moved
730 feet S.W, by 8.. and established,
21 feet abovo t'ucaii high water, on n
temporary htrucliiie, painted white,
elected on tho reclaimed land known
as Sand Island, westcily sldu of tho
channel. Tho characteristic of tho
light remains unchanged.
Honolulu Rear Range Light, n fixed
green lens lantern llp.it, located cm
tho top of tho Custom House, Honolu
lu, 3-10 mllo N. 1 1 degrees CI minutes
E( N. by E. 3-8 E.) lu roar of tho pro
ceeding. January 15, this light was removed
from tho Custom llouso, and estab
lished, CO feet abovo men high water,
4-10 milcH N. by E. lu tho tear of tho
Tcmpniary Fimit Rnugo Light, upon
Iho northwest end of tho rlilgo of n
hhe-d on Foit sheet whaif. The clmi
acleilstlc of tho light lemnlus un
changed. lly outer of tho I.lght-IIouso Hoard.
Tho Mauna Ken, tho new 15-knot
bteamer for tho Inter-Inland Company,
will sail for Honolulu on tho first day
of February. Sho Is oxpectod to inako
tho nm fiom 'Filsco In seven days,
and immodlalcly on her arrival will bo
put on tho Illlo run, and tho Klnnu
will go over to tho Kauai run In com
petition with tho American-Hawaiian's
Chief Engineer Dolanoy,, formerly of
tho tugs Fearless and Inticpld, Is now
chief of tho Leslie lluhlvvlu at Kahulul,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W.'Ahana Co.,
62 S.KING ST. , PHONE 525.'
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Full moon Jnn. IS, nt 3:07 a. in.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrecs 30 minutes. Tho time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is tho sntno
ns Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun ,
nnd moon aro for local tlmo for the '
K & M 8 3)1 K M M M 3 H M JOC it
Saturday, January 18.
U. S. A. T, Dlx, Captain Alidois,
from Seattle, n. in.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, Nelson, from
Hawaii and way ports, 8 a. in.
ft IS R ir. tt IS K r S tt ; ft 1J 5C )fl
Per ttmr. Klnnu, Nelson, from Ha
waii nnd Maul ports, 8 n. in,, Jan.
18. T. Ogata, Joo Roscy, Mrs. Lawo-.
lawe, JIis. W. G. McWuync, Mrs.
Mnnn, It. K. Drown, C. 11. Collins,
AIis. A. Rlchley, D. E. Metier, If.
Saxl, Carl Sinlth, Master E. Smith,
Miss M. Smith, Mrs. II. J. Lyman, N.
S. Riley, J. II. Mnby, Win. Henry,
Tom llurniiigliam, C. F. Fltzpntrlck,
8. Pelsu, Chun. Tuck, J"no. S. Scliarpe,
Mis. J. Schaipo, Miss I. Scharpo, Jar-t-cl
Smith, D. II. Davis, Mrs. D. II. Da
vis, 11. L. Kerr, Jno. II. Wilson,
Queen Lllluoknliinl, Mrs. J. Aca nnd
llirco servants, J. S. Ferry, J, P. For
nandes, F. W. Pease, Rev. 1C. OhlJI.
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The United States army transport
Dlx nrrlvcd In port this morning early
nnd went to tho navy dock. Contrary
to tho general impiosslou, tho Dlx did
not meet with very heavy storms on
her trip down fiom Senttlu. it was u
Utile lough tho llii-t few- dan nut fiom
Seattle, but for tho lest of tho Mty.igo
tho weather was till that could bo de
Tho Dlx biought down 397 mules for
public use, 15 hoi sos for tho cillleers,
nnd 8 keiiuel-breil dogs for tho officers
In Manila. All of tho livestock Is for
Manila. The mules and horses aro
being taken out for oxcrclso on l.iinl
nftor their long scu-voyago from tho
mainland, and some amusing tncldcnta
nro happening down on tho naval dock.
Tho mules aro tied four In a hunch
und given to ono man in lead around
for exercise. Llko all animals of their
breed, they mo Hoiuuvvhnt stubborn,
nnd glvo considerable trouble. Ono
bunch of four broke away fiom tho
innn who was leading them, and, Ik-.
foro they wcro captuicd, neaily ran
ever hcveial people.
Tho Dl left Seattle on Jauuaiy fi,
nnd has been twelve days cm tho trip
to Honolulu. Thero aio eight sleerago
passengers for Manila. Whllo hcjo
rho will tako on 400 tons of coal. Her
cargo Is a general ono of about 1C0D
tuns. Tho Dlx will probably le.ivo
heio next Tuesday Morning, though
tho exact tlmo of departure Iiiih not
been decided ns et.
Arriving from Hawaii and way ports
after expcitcncliig fnlrly good weather,
tho steamer Klnau, Captulu NcHnn,
camo Into Iho harbor this morning and
docked at her wharf at 8 o'clock. Her
pasbcuger list wub nut unusually largo
but It was nevertheless, sufficient to
keep tho genlnl purser, P. Phillips, on
his feet. Accmdlug to Purser Phil
lips, the steamship Columbia was tak
ing lu 21,1100 bags of sugar when tho
Klnau left Illlo, 1S,i;uu bags ot which
were from Olnu Sugar Co, and GOOD
fiom Walakea. Tho following cargo
cniiio down lu tho Khun: 1 horse, t
hug corn, I lunclH tallow, 8 lugs iivva,
II bags gobo, 1 1 plgi, 1 1 bags Tel. plus,
15 barrels empty bottles, 10 bags tain,
22 boxes chickens, 20 empty kegs, III
cords wood, 210 sheep, 101 packngetf
Tho Amei lean-Haw nllan steamer Co
lumbia, Captain Colcoid, which a I'
ll veil at Kahulul last Friday, sailed
again for Sallna Cruz Wednesday at
2 p. m. via Kaannpall nnd Illlo. Sho
took 5000 tons nf sugar or about SO,
000 bags from Kahulul, nnd will tuko
nbout 1000 tons each fiom tho other
Tho American hark Nuuanu, Cap
tain Jobscl)ii, Is duo at this port lu
tho near futuie. Sho Is now 110 cu
out froln Now York nnd Is expected to
arrlvo any day.' Captain Jo:;eln is
well known heio and his many frleml3
will bo on hand to welcome him, ,
Pilot Nicholson has placed now
mooilngs In Kahulul harbor.
It Is learned thut the present ill
ness of Iho Empress of Russia ut Bt.
Potcihbuig Is complicated by tho ex
pectation ot childbirth. The Em
press has been suffering with . tho
"HfflftifrMttTin r-iu- .