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EVENING 11UI.LHTWJ, HONOLULU, T 1! THURSDAY, JAN. 30. 1D08.
Oceanic Stated 3rd Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Installation.
A I L'UDAV
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting members ot !)
ordar ara cordially Invited to
attend ranting of looal lodges
tURMONY LODGE, No. 3kl. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
J:S6 In 1 0 0. F Hall. Fort Street
B K HKNDKT. BMretary
BI5N r VlCKBttS, N 11
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mts every Tuesday evening al
1 1 30 o clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
fori and Ueretanlr. Visiting broth,
en cordially invited to attend.
. L LYI.E, CO,
r. WALDHON, KHS.
0AHU L0DQB, No. 1, K. of P.
Meeu ovoiy Friday evening nt
7 SO in K of 1' Hall, corner Fort
and Herotnnta A inlting brothers
eordlilly invitee! to attend
A O DBRRINa, C C.
JAS W WHITE, K 11 9.
E0N0LULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. B
Honolulu Lodge No 616, D P. O
kl., will mset in tbelr hall on King
near Fort street every Friday even
Uy order of the 11 R.
HARRY A. WILDER,
P. B. RICHARDSON, H. R.
Wm. H'KLNLEY LODGE No 8, K.of P.
Moots every Saturday evening at
T:S0 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Reretanla. Visiting broth
rxs cordially Invited to attend
W. I. FRAZEB, CC,
n. A JACOBSON, KR3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. B.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th TVED
MB8DA.Y evenings ot each month at
T:J8 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, oorser
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L TRAZEE. W., Prost.
H. T. MOORE, Sey.
HAWAIIAN TRIPE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Unti uvery first and third Thurs
day ot eaeh month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tally rnvltod to attsnd.
J W. ASCII, Bachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
T. 0. Box 961. Telephone 931.
A STRAIGHT TIP
We will build any kind of
a boat to your entire sat
isfaction and will save you
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
improved and Modem BUGAS MA
CHINERY cf every eayaoity and de
scription made to order. Boilir wsrk
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
Untton paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
flrarJl and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A, FERNANDEZ' SON,
ffet. 44-80 Kinr St., Katsey B
Nauion and Smith Sts.; Tel.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbart,
AMBRICAN DRY QOODt
rOBT and OUEBN OT
Usy BULLETIN ADS. PAY
- jL 5uu
King and Bethel Sts.
Gas Co., Ltd.
Bmytomint Ofioe supplies all Na
Uoiiallflts1 to plantations, coatraeton
1M KING 9T.
Bamboo Farnituro Hade to Order.
Picture Eramiag a Specialty.
S88 S. BERBTANIA ST
eon be done very easily with Jour
ayaaese servant by parahasing
Bng-lish and Japanese Cook Boek.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
At All Watthdialen.
Ajjent for Hawaiian Islaads,
Cor. FORT and KTJG 8ta Honolulu.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Skirt Waists, Fancy
ttOTIL ITRBBT NEAX BETHEL.
P, U. Burnetts
Attorney: Notary: ConToyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'jr. Loans: Oollee
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lie-
Office 70 Merchant Bt. Phone 310.
You Want Eleafeto Wirinp; Done or
Private TelepfconAj Installed or Dry
batteries, call the
UNION BIJCTBIO CO,,
GO Beretanla St. Phone 315.
Fine Jab Printing at the Bui-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Neglect of Bulletin Want Ad, help
simply invites worry-wrinkles.
Panama lints cleaned nt the Globe
Mntlncu at tlio Orphcum every
Wednesda) nnd Saturday.
sure cure for the grippe n rldo
in Qiilnns autu. Phono 290.
Whltne) & Marsh's salo of wash
goods begins tomorrow morning
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Remit
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,
Tlio Fashion Saloon is now sen Ins
in excellent dinner between 4 and G
The weather Is nice nnd rciol nnd
Just light for a dance nt the Suutldc
this oenliiK .
Horfmnnn Clioii House open nil tlio
tlmo on Hotel street, nenr Nuuaiiu
Excellent meals nt lowest prices
Captain Olsson, for n long time mas
Icr of the tug Intrepid, left for Hie
Coast jeBterday morning on the Ala
Figured French organdies, dress
lengths, reduced from 50c to 35c n
nrd at Wliltne & Marsh's sale on
Charles S Desk, L C Abies nnd
(1 A Schumnn make n general tlcnlnl
to tlio complaint of C. V. Hootli
Another Japanese theater will booh
be building The site for which liar
been secured nt the corner of lNtuaht
anil Smith streets
Mrs Lc Maltrp, wife of the master
of the Trench ship Ilocbe, now In
port, sailed b) the Alameda, going to
her home In Trance
Work will shortl) begin on altering
the former Department of Public
Works loom In the Capitol, to fit it
for n Senate chamber.
Hao sou cor tried fliiUernut
llrcad nt tlio Palm Cafe, Hotel street,
near Fort? It's delicious, ns is ever)
thing else served there
Demurrers hae been tiled b Dr
Un mond nnd Henry WatcrhoiiBc
Trust Co. In the suit of Jim Alio) vs
J 11 Pa) mond and others
The White Family Hotary (lock and
chain stitch) is tho best bowing ma
chine In tho world, llcnn) & Co , Ltd ,
agents, 12GG, Tort street. Phono 488.
Albert F Judd, guardian of tho late
Susan Brash, has filed exceptions to
the supplenieutnr) report of Job Dat
chelor, master, on his flnnl accounts:
Faco and scalp treatment, mani
curing, lbratory treatments can bo
had at lloom C, tho Young Hotel, 2nd
floor, nt Miss A. de Lartlguo's hair
dressing parlors. Telephone 350.
Mnjnr J. W Toniklns of Oakland nr
rived b) the lrmgard )esterday. He
will remain hero until the return of
that vessel to tho Coast, making the
round trip with Captain Christiansen,
Wo print and dovolop jour picture,
quickly and well Wo tako a personal
Interest In )our work Cameras, ko
daks, and artistic photographic novel
ties Honolulu Photo Supply Co , Tort
A letter received on tho last mall
from Alexander Hunio Ford, tho mag
nzino writer and traveler who was
hero a short tinio ago, Btates that ho
Is off on a two months' tour of the
i: II. Hlbbcrdlne, for many )cars
connected with tho Mackay Cablo
Company, who reccntl) returned from
n twenty months' sorvlco nt Mldwa),
bailed by the Alameda )cstcrday for
Defendants in tho partition suit of
Mnllnna vs. I.ellehua Knniakca and
three others havo tiled an' answer, In
which the) state their claims to tho
land nt Kallhl In question, lcavo plain
tiff to proof of her allegations nnd ask
to bo dismissed with their costs.
When tho Hon a. W. Stevens paBBCS
through hero on ills way to Washing
ton In tho near futiiro. tho local Jap
anese will present to him a diamond
ornament in appreciation of tho ser
vices rendered to their homo govern
ment. Stevens has been an adviser
to the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Tor tho benefit of Canton Oahu No
1, ot tho order of Odd Tcllows, Mi.
Cooley and Miss Kingsbury will ap
pear In ' Other Pooplo's Money" noxt
Monday evening. Tlio lilay is a good
ono and many theater inrtlcs havo nl
ready resorved scats. Tickets can bo
Bccured at tho Orpheum box offlco any
tlmo nfte- 10 a m.
Genrgo Rolph, wlfo nnd daughter,
returned by tho Alnmedn to the CoaBt
)cstcrday after a visit of about a
month In Honolulu. Mr. Ilolph Is the
general manager of tho Crockott Re
finery. Tho refinery lias been closed
down for a mouth or more undergoing
an overhauling It Is to start up Fob
iuar) 1, and Mr Ilolph expected to go
by tho Hongkong Mam to bo tbero nt
Hint time. Tho smnllpox uu tho Hong
kong and the probability that sho
would bo held In quarantine lit San
Francisco, dctorinlnud him to go by
Kamaka Mokumala petitions that
the bo appointed guardian of her
granddaughter, Agnes I.okellna Moku
mala, aged about twelve )ears. When
tho child was a fow weeks old her
mother died, and at the request of
her father, Kiilla Mokumala, tho pe
titioner forthwith took caro of tho
child Tlio fatlior Is petitioner's son
Petitioner nllcges that tho child needs
tho caro and asslstanco of n proper
guardian, which sho represents liei
fcolf to bo, and 'that Kulla Mokumala
Is not a lit or pioper parson to havo
tho care, custod) or control ol tlio
! fc -
A. N, SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
E3 DereUnla St. Phone 1491
Canada Accepts New Policy
On Japanese Immigration
meiit's Japanese polio
Jnn. 29 The
TW0 NEW YORK
NHW YORK. N Y , .Tan 29 Two more banks havo failed, tho
New Amsterdam, with liabilities of two millions, und tho Mechanics nnd
Traders' Hank, owing ten million dollars to depositors.
TIicbc nro Thomas-Morse batiks that were the first object of attack In
the crash following the Iklnzo copper pool. They wero reorganized but
were ifflablo to recover
ST0ESSEL TESTIMONY IS ALL IN
ST. PnTKRSIIUIlG, Russia, Jnn. 29 Testimony In tho Stocsscl case
for the surrender of Port Arthur, 1-laotung, Is ended.
TEN DAYS DEBATE
LONDON, lliigland. Jan 29 It Is expected (lint thoro will be a teii
ilay debato on the Spicili from the Throne
ENDORSEMENT FOR HUGHES
NT.W YORK N Y, Jnn 29
hns endorsed Hughes foi PieBliIcnt
BRUSSELS SUGAR CONVENTION RATIFIED
imURSHI.S, llelgiuni, Jan. 29. The Deputies havo ratified the Intcr
natlnual Sugar Convention.
IHAT we have a NATIVE
that is not only much better than wheat starch, but
also very much cheaper J
It is made in Hawaii, and it will some day be
known all over the world.
It's better and stronger than Gloss starch, and
one-half the quantity will go as far.
The price is $2.50 for a 50-pound sack.
It is also sold in smaller quantities.
Henry May fc Co., Ltd.
Wholesale 92 Phones 22 Retail.
SAY THEY DID II
Fort George's Officers
Tho men on tlio Tort George say
that they did not see tho boat, and
express tho opinion that tho Ucllpso
crow nuiBt havo mnde a mistake
when the) B,i) that they weio within
n short distance of their vebsol. Cap
tain Fullcrton was not on board
when a reporter boarded tlio Fort
Gcorgo, but FliBt Muto Hdward Goi
lard and Second Mate Mcl.eod both
denied absolutely that they bad sight
od tl(c boat The Captain iiflei winds!
dropped in at tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u oma
nnd Btated that If any limit had ln.cn
blghted lie would have Immediately
gono to its -escue.
"At S n m on Satiirda) our posi
tion wns 21 10 noi th by 154 29
west," said (iurrard. "Wo weio steer
ing west by south, and wo had hold
to that course from 10 p m on the
24th until 11 a in on the 20th Wo
did1 not alter It at all during that I
tlmo At tho time stated wo were'
about 102 miles from Kuiiikt Point I
on Maul , I understand that tho
Udlpso crow mij that they could sco
our man on the lookout This shows'
that thoy unr, mistaken, as wo do not!
keep n lookout at 8 o'clock In thai
morplng Witonl) keep one betvveon
plug Witonl) keep ono betvveon
;et nnd silnrlse, except In thick
ther, vvhel wo keop one In the
Ime, too, Jud that Is all that is
Hawaiian News Co.,
lias arranged to have POPU
LAR MUSIC EQIS0N PHON
OGRAPH RECORDS on sale
at the same time here in Ho
nolulu ns anyone can bay
them in New York.
That means that your mu
sic will be up-to-date if you
buy it here.
November, December, and
January records now on sale.
Alex. Young BIdg., Bishop St.
House has sustained tho Oovern-
BANKS GIVE UP
Republican Count) Committee
STARCH (Hawaiian Pia)
necessary according to law. I feci
quite Burn that tho boat could not
havo been In tho position which I
havo given )ou at tlio tlmo stated, as
it could not havo inudo the distance
to land, over a hundred miles. In tho
J tlmo which thoy nro supposed to havo
t'ono It, especially in tho light winds
which prevailed at tho time.
"If wo had seen tho boat wo should
tcitnlnly havo picked It up Wo did
not see It, ami I feel sure that thoy
did not see ui,"
"I had tho morning watch," said
Mcl.eod. "And I did not seo nny
boat. Most pf tho men wero busy
cleaning the deck, nnd would not
havo been in n position to sco her
anyhow, but tho man at tho wheel
should havo seen hor If she wns ns
tloso ns theso men say sh6 was. No
eport was mnde to mo about It, nnd
if tho boat had been been I would
certainly havo been told. Had wo
Ecen hei wo would hnvo picked licr
up, even if she had been on tho hoil-
'I bo repnrjer examined tho lng-
l'ho entiles on it bora out nil
tho statements made, by Gerrnrd In.
irgard to course ami position, unci
made no reference to tho boat's being
IIn)wood snys no would accept tlio
nomination for Picsldcnt by tho So-
l rialist pnrty.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BE8T "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ababa Co.,
II "" ill
G2 S. KING 8T,
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January J.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 1:
Am. schr. Helene, for Mahtikona.
Saturday, January 11,
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jnn 9:
Ur. S. 8. Highland Monarch, henco
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 11:
P M S. 8. Siberia, heiicu Dec. 31.
OAVIOTA Balled Jan. 11:
Am. 8 S. W. 8. Porter, for Hono
lulu. t .
MONTKV1DBO Ballod Jan. 11:
Am. sp. B F. Packard, for Honolulu
BAN rHANCIBCC Arrived Jan. 17:
U. B. A. T. Duford, banco Jan, 8.
Monday, January 20.
OAYIOTA Arrived, Jan. 18:
Ara sp M. B Chtlcott, hence, Jan. 3
VICTORIA Arrlvod Jan. 18:
Dr B. S Mlowcra, hence Jon. 11.
Hlt.O Sailed, Jan. 18:
A -II. S. S. Columbian for Sitliua
Tuesday, January 21.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 10:
Dr. 8. 8. Lord Stanley, for Honolulu
NBWCA8TLB Arrived Jan. 17:
- Am. bk. Ol) niplc, hence Nov. 12.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 20:
P. M. S S. China, henco Jan. 7.
V1CTORI A Arrived Jan. 20:
Dr. bk. Invernetll. henco Doc. 30.
Wednesday,, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Jan. 21:
A.-H. S. S. Dispatch, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 22:
Am. S. ,S. Enterprise, for Hllo.
Thursday, January 23.
MAKAWELI Arrlvod Jan. 22:
Am. blctr.e. Hawaii, henco Jon 21.
NBWCASTL1S Sailed Jan 18:
Dr. S. S Hampstead, for Honolulu
Monday, January 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 23.
Am. BChr. If. C. Wright, from Ma
SEATTLK Sailed Jnn. 23:
A-H 8. 3. Ncbraskan, for Honolulu
Saturday, January 25..
SAL1NA CRUZ Arrived Jan. 19:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from Kannapalt,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 24:
A-H. S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
SAN rilANCISCO Arrived Jan. 25:
Fr. ,S. 8. Amlral rourchon, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 24:
A-H. 8. S. Alaskan, from San Dlcgo
DRISI1 AND Arrived, Jon. 22:
S. S Aornngl, from Sydnoy, for Ho
nolulu. NnWCASTLB Sailed Jan. 25:
Am sp. Hawaiian Isles, for Knhulul
via San Francisco.
Monday, January 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 25.
Am. schr. Honolpu, for Honolpu and
SAN rilANCISCO Sallod Jan. 2C:
Am. bk George Curtis, for Honolulu
Am bk. Andrew Welch, for Hllo.
YOKOHAMA, Arrived Jnn 25:
P. 11. 8 8. Manchuria, hence Jan. 14
ASTORIA Arrived Jan. 25:
Dr. S S. llaron Cawdor, henco Jan.
KAHULUI Arrlvod, Jan. 25:
Am. sp. V. M. Phelps, from San
SEATTLE Arrived Jan. 28:
Ur S. S. Mimosa, hence Jan 14.
SYDNEY Arived Jan. 28:
Ur. S. S Monnn, huico Jnn. 13.
Wednesday, Jalnuary 29.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 28:
A.-H. S. 8. Novndan. for Seattle
KAHULUI Sailed Jan. 28'
A.-H. 8. S. Arlzonan, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan 29:
E. F. Whitney, from Knhulul.
YOKOHAMA Sallod Jan. 29:
P. M. 8. S. Korea,, for Honolulu.
Thursday, January 30.
HAN FRANCISCO Anlvcd Jnn 30:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, from Ma
liukona Jan 7,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 30:
P. M 8. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA-Al lived Jan :
P M. S. 8. Manchuria, henco Jan. 14
HILO Arrived Jan. 20.
Am Schr. Compeer, from Eureka,
Would Run 2 Independent
Cars On Liliha
In accordance with tlio resolutions
pussid by tho Llllha street pitrous of
the Rapid Transit lino, their commit
too waited upon L T Peck, tbo pros
Idcnt ot the conipan), (his morning.
Tlio committee consisted of I, L Mc
Caudles, W II. Mclnoni), Albert F
Judd and James Wakofleld, Gcorgo II
Carter not being present C O Dal
lentyne, tho manager of tho road, was
ulso on hand.
During tho confoicnco, which lasted
nbout two hours, tho mechanical piob
lems connected w ifh-tlio operation of
tho road and tho maintenance ot con
nectlons nt Pa I am a Junction, which
Is nt tho corner of King nnd Liliha
,'. h.Jia.t,tt.akfffCAJXg....,f frjtiliMft ihv
It, m ti n ft ni
i i i
O ID l.f II 8 5 tl 7 .4?
i Dm. I
I Jl D I) 31
1 30 7 cl 9 il
a 41 8 Co 9 jo
1 50 8 4T 10 !$
4 IT 9 17 II Ol
Now moon Feb. 1 nt 10:00 p nt.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is lu hours
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho morldian of 157
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is tbo samo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon arc for local time for the
B ARRIVED M
Thursday, January 30.
Stmr Clnudlnc, from Mntil, I n 111.
Gerard C. Tobu), Scott, fioni San
Finnclsco, n. 111.
Wc1lncs1l.1v , January 21
Stmr Mlknhnla, Grcgor), from Wul
mca, 4:50 n. 111.
H DUE TODAY
H II K H E K K K Ji W H X K K If M
Mr. S. S. Lord Slinlc), Cunning
ham, from Newcastle, belled to bo due
A.-H S 8 Despatch, from San
V K K 5 V. M M X 2" 5? X V i X V 5?
M DUE TOMORROW a
3l 3 5f X 3C ;ti K iC M A 3C J!l K K 30 K
Stmr Manila I.oa, Slmerson, fiom
Hawaii nnd Maul ports
.1 K K K DOC M X M M X K ii ?C S K
K SAILING TOMORROW
Stmr Mlkahal.i, Uregor), for Kauai
ports, 5 p m
Per stmr MlKuhula, fiom Kauai
ports, Jnn 29 Miss Roso Aea, Mlb
L. Aklna, W. Mecl. A. I. Knudseii.
Wm Kelly, Mr. Nnwiii, M. Knpu. A.
V. Peters, C. It. Dement Mrs II P.
l'n)e, Mrs Tlakl, G. N. Wilcox. Mr
Savons), A. Grudford, 29 deck passen
gers. Per bktn lrmgnrd, from Sim Finn
cIbco, Jan. 29. Mnjor J W Tompkins.
BANKER Wilt CONVICT
Chicago, January 18. John It.
Walsh, once leader of ihnncl.il Ur
du, In Chicago, tho most powerful
banker In Chicago, nnd declared by
I Plcrpont Morgan to bo one of tho
greatest financiers ot modern times.
Is n convict
The Jury In Jtidgo A 11 Anderson'
court, after n tlilrt)-six hour buttlo In
tho Jury room, nt 3 o'clock this morn
ing, found Walsh guilty of mlsappl)
Ing the funds of the Chicago National
Hank and reported their verdict In
open court nt 10:30, In ono of tho
most dramatic scenes ever witnessed
In n courtroom.
Tho verdict, coming at tho moment
when Walsh and his friends, family
nnd nttorne)s expected acquittal, fell
with stunning force, )et Walsh, "tho
man of Iron," scarcely changed a mus
cle of his face.
Immediately after tho vordlct had
been rendered, Walsh's nttorno)S
moved for n now trial, and Judgo An
derson set Tuesday, Juntiniy 28th, as
tho date for tho hearing. All da) tho
WalBh forces weio In conference con
cerning their next move.
WiiIbIi was found guilty on fifty four
or tho 150 counts In the Indictment,
nnd tho maximum penalty on each
count Is ten )cars nnd tho minimum
five )earB In tho penitentiary, so that
Walsh may be sentenced to either 510
or 270 oars In prison Tho custom
of federal Judges in such cases Is to
Iniposo tho maximum penalty, and to
order that sentences shall bo sorved
-t--i- -r'-t--r -r
Btrcots, wore enrcfully gono over.
r. Peck stnlod to tho commlitco
Hint the Company had In view a plan
of placing two cars on Llllha strict,
for tho exclusive seivlco of tlio traf
fic on that stiect, so that no matter
how lata 11 King street cift might bo
miming In eilhor direction at nny
time, a connecting car would nlwii)s
bo found waiting nt tho Junction (o
effectunto a convenient transfer of
liafllc. Jhls plan would also result
In having threo cars dovoted to the
exclusive servlco of Hotel nnd Hero
tanla streets and Wulalao road, which
should thereupon bo nblo to run 011
Btrlct, schodulo tlmo nnd not bo held
up, br formerly, by "entangling .alli
ances," wllh Llllha streeL-cars Tho
Wulalao cars would then run prompt
ly overy twenty minutes between Wal
olae Ridge and Aala Park, with con
venient access to tlio O II. & L. sta
tion nnd with transfer pilvllcges nt
tho Park with tho King street line.
Tho Llllha atroct peoplo would thus
bo guaranteed n ton mlnuto servlco
with dependable connections with tho
King street lino, and tho Walalao peo
plo would no longer ba compelled to
wait for cars on tho Walalao road be
cause, of such delays as were former
ly forced upon tho through cars at