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Hawaiian Stated and Second
' Lei Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Oceanic StconJ Degree.
Rote Croix Regular, D p. m.
Honolulu Commentary Red
'. Aloha Temple RefluUr, 7 30.
. All vliltlpg niembore of lio
a'ofder are coidlnlly Invited to
ailQUU mu"bn w ... .we.-
HASKONY L0DOE, Vo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcete every Monday evening nt
7:80 tn 1. O. O. P. Hall. Fort Stiont.
H. XI. I1ENUUY, Secretary.
DEN. F. V1CKEU8. N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
I i MYSTIC I0BQB, Wo. 2, K. of P.
J u F ,
t iSTSot every Tuetday evening ot
i:U0 o'clo'-k In K. of P Hall. cor.
fort and Beretan'a. Visiting broth
ers'cordlally invited to attend.
i- V. I.. l.YI.B. CC,
P WALDRON', K.rtS.
0AHU L0D0E, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets eveiv Friday evening at
7:30 In K of P. Wall, cornor Fort
and Beretanla. Malting brothoio
(orrtuill) inlted to attend.
A. U DKEIUNO. CC,
J.VS W. WHITB, K.R.S.
G0HOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6. U. I. O.
O., will meet in their ball on King
Boar Fort atreet overy Friday even
ing. lly order of the 13 It.
HARR7 A. WILDER,
V. B. RICHARDSON, K. K.
Win. M'KfoLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
.Meets vry Saturday ovenlng nt
T.ffn n'Kinrii in lc. of P. Hall, cor
Fort nnd noretanla. Visiting brotlir
tr cordially invited to attend.
W. I.. FllAZRB, CC.
12. A. JACOHSON, K.R.S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
. Meets on the 2nd nnd 4 th WED
NESDAY ovoulnga of each month tt
7:30 o'clock tn K of P. Hall, corner
Uoretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRA.EE, V.. Prost.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIPE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets overy (list and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Vliltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to nttoml.
J. V ASCII Sari- m.
A. E ML'Ri'IIY. -. of R.
Swell rooms en suite vitli or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Hates may he had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAHOU ST.
A GOOD SIGN
-COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
' ' WAKES GOOD SIGHS.
j - - COME NOW!
ittcmKtn-your oracrs at once to
'He Fi'mt Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Tinest Wdrkmansliip on the
Icave-your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curio3, Silk Kimonos,
Sliffts, Tnjcmas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
King and Bethel Sts.
"The only, prepara
ticn that ellectually
stops sneezing ar.d
cold in the held.
Hotel and Tort Sts.
! It will build you up
I CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
3 FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
J PHONE 131.
Fcrrard Renaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and cheese
LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
arc sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold nnd
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0, BOX 507.
The Veekly Edition of tho Evening
nulletln gives a complete summary of
be ncvvi of tho day.
I Dal) j
1 7 8
Holes so Shoes
LOCAL AND GliNIiRAL
There is employment for every
persistent Bulletin Want advertiser.
One word one cent.
Pannma hats cleaned nt tho Globe
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
RIiir.iip Scotty's when you want n
good nuto ride. Phono W
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
W II. Rice of Knual rnlne down
.t.rday fioin Kauai, ni living in the
Chariot 1'. Peterson ban dlscon
ilniii'il hN milt ugalnst Knlal Ahicua
Mvstle I.Odgo No. 2, K. of P., nil:
moot In K. of 1. Hall nt 7:20 this!
Thrco JnjiaiiPEO gamblers weto ur-
tested Inst night by Special OHlco;
KxOolFlni" hoilBo No. 1. I! O. (1. I'
will meet In Odd FuIIuwh' Hull at 1-$i
It Is said tho Rapid Transit Co y
ronBldcilng thu oxtutihion of lis Uiick
it: Pearl Harbor.
IIIob' Auxiliary A. o: ll.. Division
No. 1, nlll meet In (!. 11. U. hall this
evcnlilK at 7:31).
"DrluU nnd tho world drinks with
ou." Tho Honolulu world Is drink
Ing at tho Fnshlon salloon
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Oiuce Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. Phone 143.
Homo Denutuiu nnc, poiii in nv it
M Overeud of Kallita. Is on oxhlbltlon
In tin1 window of thu Promotion Com
The Knpnhulti Impnipniont Club
postK)nud Its election of ulllcers on
Sunday owing to a small iitlcnd.un
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic'
Yon will bo biirprlscd nt Its co'illnr
and prosorvatlvo properties. Cnllfnrnln
Feed Co., ngents.
A. lllrim opened bis blK olonranei
sale today with bargains that hno
nocr been equaled In Honolulu .Mod
ol lllocl!. Fort street.
The cleanest nnd nlcext sen Ice, to
Ki'ther with the best of all things t"
out mil bo found at C. Q. Yoo Hop A.
Co 'h store
One of tho best lllbln wiilorn on the
innrkot today is the lliieKliend l.llbbi
for which Lewis &. Co lime Just t ik
in the agency.
Tho notion to quiet title of Alexnml
cr Young va 1'. V Mnofailnm- and
others litis been eonilnued. A bottle
inont is pending.
Th Owl .",-oent eli;ar is one ( tin
oldest of tho IhoeeulorH, nnd the moxt
)oiiil.ir of all. M A (lull, I & Co
Foil and King sheet.
Mr nnd .Mrs. J. A. Mngoon outt i
tallied a number of friend- at K ml i
w-iil on Sunday In honor of Mrs. lbl
en lllnl or Piuivniiwaii.
Manuel Cru. was yestnrdiy arrosle I
by the pnlleo eharced with a ieol.
Ing crime commuted on n lltllo Poriu
Mieso girl olgbl enrs or uge.
Knnrilti liaB'.ippealed'from Dictibi
Magistrate Alliuo of Koolnnisiko wh i
stnt.tHod him tu four months' liuprb
uiiino'it loi tnullcloiis Injury.
F. I.. Davis has glton up n position
with II. llaekfold A Co. to tul.o tho
coiuse 111 engluccilng 111 11)0 Col ley
of Agriculture and Mechanic Aits.
The Klluhnn.i Art League has Issued
Inflations to ".in evening with Rllu
Wheeler Wilcox," leceplion nnd ro
cltttl Thuisday, March G, at s:33
The Royal School Aiiimtil Assocla
lion huu been Invited to bo piosont at
the laying of thu rumor stouu of thu
new High School building on Thuiti
ilay jfttruooii, March 5, at 3:30.
Louisa Testa, under tho Influence oi
liquor, was Indulging in conduct ,.
Sunday of which oten Iwllol dlsap
nrincB. For being drunk Judgo An
diade yoMeulay sent her to Jail for
The Hooulu and Hoola Lahul So
ciety will hold their regular monthly
meeting on Wednesday morning.
March 11. at tho Kutilounl Matoinltj
Homo, at 10 a. m. All members mo
lequestod to attend.
Jud-c Lindsay confirmed tno unit
lugs of John Marcallluo. master, on
the annua! uccoimt of Ilruco Cart
.vrlght, ti listen of tho estate of nium.i
Kaleleonalanl. deceased, nnd approved
llio account aa amended.
D. P. Lnwienco, Roglstrnr of Vital
Statistics, repot ts that during Ihu
fourteen days olided February 2, sev
en deaths from contagious dUeascs oc
tuned In llio district of Honolulu. All
ero from tubeiculosls.
Dr. 13. S. Phillips. I ho beoman, will
leave for Kauai today In thu W. O.
Hall, ictiirnlng on Sunday. On Tubs
dnv. March 10. ho will loavo for Mo-
lok.il, whence ho sails In a gabollnu
launch for Maul From theio ho b.iIIr
lor Hawaii In tho Kltiaii. D. L. Van
Dlno of thu Hawaii Dxporlnient Sta
tion will accompany Dr. Phillips In hU
Cattle caso la niririncil In fnoi- of
tho (Jovornnieiit, which need not
fence foicst reseno to keep out
May's Old Kona Coffee
The Now Process
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1 HE BEST "FITTEF.S" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S, KING ST.
HONOLULU. T II TTTHSPAY. MARCH
'See a Pin and
pick it up." It's easy to pick it up.
The thinr; is to SEE it first.
If you have your eyes properly ex
amined and fitted with Rood glasses,
you'll sec all right
, li SMP.D.
BOSTON BLDG. .
CXQELLENT LAUNDRY WORK ,
done by the
llh tholr new TRENCH dry cleaning
868 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
New Lines o Ties, Belts
Snioldng Jackets, Bath RobesJust In
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'nhone and ask fcr QUINN.
The new and best Mineral water
in the world
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT
paeese Emigration Is
Stopped Jor the Present
TOKIO, Japan, Mm eh J n on'ei has been Issued bj the Japanese
Uovornmcnt Btopping all enilgi aloti -if Japanese laborers to Hawaii,
Canada, tho American m.ilul.inil, and Mo.iu, pending tho conrliislou ot
the negotiations now in piogiiw wlib Hie Dnlted States.
KILLED BY RUSSIAN ANARCHIST
CHICAdOj 111., JInrch 2 Lazai us Averbttch Is tlje name of tho Ruf
slan who entored tho house or Chloi of Polite Shlp'pey hero today and
tliot him down without winning. The police ate making arrests of many
pertons -mispettod of being linpllcutid in or having knowledge ot tho
STARTLES NAVAL COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON, 1). C. March 2. Commander Sims, tho Naval Aide
of the President, gave Mime staullug testimony today befote tho Senate
Committee on Nuval Affairs In rcga rd to tho recent criticisms ot tho
construction o( tho battleships of tho American Navy.
Among tho passengers wio passed
through hero yesterday on tho Korea
were Dr. Yasuto Koshlba and S. Ml
IKo, engineers ot thu Depnitment of
ilome Affairs, nnd Prof. Dr, K. IKo
guchl, medicnl export of thu Health
Department of Japan.
Tho former two wcro sent out by
the .lap.iucso Government to study
hni bur wot ks and tho construction of
fortifications. In their tour ot the
world they covcied nit thu hnibor,
works In England, France, Germany,
Italy and tho United btntcs. While
heio they Intended to visit Pearl
Unrbnr, but as tho time was limited
they spent it In looking around tho
beautiful sights of Honolulu, in
ffiniiinnv tirlttt If Tcrvaltltmi min tt thn
vumi'int; .. ku-oiiM, w..w w
iiwel uiionnuufiil Innnl . InnanniA iTini.
,..,. .Uk...n.. v u.,,.v,
Pi of. Dr. K. Ikeguchl was dolo -
gated as medical oxport by tho Jap-
ancbo Ciovcinmeut to tho Iuteiiintlou-
al Congress which met recently In
llerlln. Ikeguchl Is n dlgn'illed-Iook-
luir iti'in nnd Biifinlf t!in flnrinnn Inn-
Anothot- Japancfco. ot note was
Shaw T. Nlsliliniirn, who passed
tluough on tho Korea yestorday. Ho,
li an Inspector of tho Japan Central i
Tea Association, which hns a branch j
cilice In Montie.il, Canada. Ho uildj
Unit his association o'xports about i
oue-thlid of tho totnl tea shipments
f I om Japan to Canada and Imports
from Canada a laigo quantity of ion
densed milk. Ho said that talk of
war botwien the United States and
I DON'T BE A B.UBBER L: -
DO THE WORK.
$3,15 a Base
Honolulu Soap Works
F. L. WALDR0N. Aficnt
Tj.T fav'ygT '
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
P. 0. BOX 40.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
J.iian was foolish. "In America,"
bo bald, "tho only'people who talk of
such a thing as war aro located along
tho Pacific Coast."
(Continued from Page 1)
Conductors nnd motor
men's deposits 2,355 00
Accounts payable 1,370 81
Oiosa rovenuo 374,359 40
Bui pitta 123,740 97
Contingent reserve, ncct.
Dividend warrants out
Taxes, 1900, subjective
'DeCt 31 lg07
Gross eat nlngs ? 3(17,131 24
Oporntlng expenses 201,228 5G
Net earnings $ 105,905 08
Incomo, other sources ... 7,475 47
. n-nCw -.
VIIUDU iUDa UNVJiUlHIh VJV'
go8 81,733,381 1
.nnn.l Inlei-eBt (nrnnnr.
1 ton) S
iijond blnltibg ftini'l rcs'orvo
jTuxes (estimated pmiior-
I tlOH) . .t
L,ct nCcmo'. '.". '.'.'.'.'.'.
Sealskin pnekctbook containing
about $200 In bills, also lotters ot
credit, Liberal reward for return
to Young Hotel ufllco, 3t
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, February 29.
V( MT13R13Y Arrived Feb. 28:
Viii sp. M, 13. Chllcott, henco Feb.
POUT HARFORD Sailed, Fob?2S:
Ant. S. S. Santa Rlln, for Honolulu
III'.U Sailed Feb. 27:
' -II. S. S. Alaskan, for Sallna Cnu.
I I.O Sailed, Fob. 25:
Jr. S, S. Hampstead, for Newcastle.
ANCOUVI3R Mailed, Feb. 28:
Dr. 8. 3. Aorangl, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA At rived Fob. 29:
.lap. S. S. Hongkong Marti, lienco
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 29
Am. bktno. Irmgard, henco Feb. 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 29:
O. S. S. Alamedn, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Sailed, Fob. 27:
Am. achr. II. C Wright, for Sa'i
MEMO Ilks. Andrew- Welch and O
C Tobey to sail from Hllo for San
Francisco Saturday nnd Tuesday to-
Monday, March 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Fob. 29:
Am. S S. Enterprise, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Mnr. 1.
Am. lik. Annie Johnson, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar 1:
Am. sch. W. It. Marstou, henco Feb.
Am. bk. S. C Allen, henco Feb. 11.
SAI.INA CRU2 Arrived Feb. 28:
A.-II. S. S. Moxltan, from Hllo Feb.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mnr, 2:
Am. bKtne. Coronatlo, 1-cnco Fob. 7.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, March 3.
YOKAHAMA Sailed Mnr. 3:
Nippon Marti, fur Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnr. 3: '
America Marti, for Honolulu.
Mohlcnn, for Mnhukona.
TRAG1G DES1H OF
Alexander Robertson, the 3-year-
old son of Archibald S. Robertson,
died this morning. Tho little fellow
aroused his parents' nt an early hour
Monday morning. Ho was then 111,
and It uppcarcd that ho had been try
ing to get himself n drink ot water,
but had by mistake gotten hold of
tomo gin which was tn a glass on a
table. It Is possible that a drink of
this liquor, to; which tho, child was
utterly unitied, .caused tilo !11ncs4,
though- tt l also thought tliat a
lica'vy full, which tho child Buffeted
on Sunday, iiiuv bo lesponslblc,
The child was III all through yes
tcrdav, suffering from violent convul
sions, nnd dually lapsed Into iincoii
rclousness. Drs. Murray and Hodglns
both vveru called, but the child was
beyond ipcdlcnl.ald, and exphed at
an early huur this morning,
Tho funerul will take place from
the St. Andrew's Cathedral this nttor
noon nt 3:30 o'clock. The Interment
will bo In tho Nuttanu valley ceme
tery. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Feb. 29, 1903,
from 10:30 a, m. to 12 noon.
Stephen J Carter and wf to 11 Wat-
cihoiib-o Tr Co Ltd PA
Peter C Jones Ltd In J W Podmoro
W Podmoro to John F Colburn..AM
John F Colbtirn to Kiln A C Long. AM
Polly Knlita and hsb to J N Kaplio
Hllo Fruit Co Ltd to Hllo Plneapplo
Co Ltd Par Rol
T A Drnngu and wf to Hllo Pineap
ple Co Ltd D
Tom Akann and wf to I) II Biown
II. II. Drown Jr to Cdn of Mis Em
ma Knacwalhau M
Incn Kaknlla to James Ako D
J W Koakulana and wf to Francisco
Martins , D
Francisco Martins and wf to Jcnnno
D King M
David I, Peterson to W F Allen ....M
Entered for Record March 2, 190B,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
W Ilcmilng to Nlpon ot at Ro!
Nipoa and wf'ct al to Ah Ko D
John Pno by Tr to Hoomaiiawautil
INSPECTORS FOR HAWAII.
Gcorgo Uhlcr, supervising Inspect
or general of steam and sailing ves
sels, wants Inspectors appointed for
tho Phlllpplno and Hnwallan Islands,
having their ofllces established In Ho.
wiltilu and San Juan. P. I, A recom
mendation to this effect has been
made to tho Secretary of Commerce
and Labor. Under present conditions
tho San Francisco Inspectors of UOl"
pud boler3, John K Ilulger nnd O, F,
Dollus, aro compelled to coma hoto
yearly to Inspect tho Island steamers,
tnklng them away from whero their
presence Is required all tho time.
In tho absence of a dliect statute
Congress will be asked to embraco
gnsollno motor vessels under the Jur
isdiction of tho InspKCtois of hulls and
J. K. Fat ley and W. II. Rico Jr.
will return to Kauai this afternoon on
the steamer Hall.
Among tho passengers who will
leave In tho Hull today for Kauai aro
Dr. nud Mrs. Derby.
Sunday, March 1.
Schr. Mol Wohlno, from Pttako, with
Tuesday, Mnich 3.
It. M. S. S. Moana, Morrlsby, from
tho Colonics, a. m.
X )C 10 Jf X X X W K M M X W A M M
K DEPARTED '
X XI J 5C K K )'. X M M M 5 M X X 1!
i Monday, Mnrch 2.
P. M S. S. Korea, Sandlierg, for
okohnimi, Ti p. m. i
Am. schr. Luka, Schlemnier, for
Laysnn Island, 4 p. m.
Slmr. Nlthait, Oncss, fur. Koloa,
i tn. i . i
! X . X X V X X X XI M X X X
X DUE TODAY ' r
f X X X X . X , X X X J'W C X X
llr. S. S. Elvnstoii, Putt, from iNew-
j X X X X X X X M il X X X X X
K DUE TOMORROW . M
X X X x. X X X X X X X X X X X '
C-A. S. S. Moana, Morrlsby, from
Sydney, Ilrlsbnno and Suva.
X X X X X X X X X X X xl X X X X
O. S. S. Alameda, Dow-dcll, from San
X X X X X ". X X X X X X X X X
K SAILING TODAY
," l X X X M J X X X X X X X X S3
Slmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Nnwlllwtll, Ahuklnl, Koloa, Eleole and
Hannpepe, 6 p. in.
Stnir. Ke Au Hon, Tttllett, for Kn
pan, Aiuiliqla, Kllnuca, Kallblwal, Ha
nnlel and Walnlhu (oxploslvos), 5
1 1. in. ' '
Am, schr. Allco Cooke, Penhnllow,
R. M. S. S. Moana, Moresby, for
Victoria and Vancouver, 8 p. tn.
K TO SAIL WEDNESDAY
A.-H. S. S. Texnn, for Kaliulitl, S
x x a x x x x 3t o it x x x x
X PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per S. S. Moana, Morrlsby, from tho
Colonics. Mnr. 3. C A. Pollard, T. II.
Trumbull. F. R. Pratt, A. It. Ford, .1.
II. I-ninlJSrt. Miss J. V. Douglas. J. P.
Stanton, T. Ilrnwn, Mrs. A. Schlm
mer, F Marks, C. Ford, P. Kttover, W.
McCall. II. T. Ilurdcklll.
it X K X 1 K X X M R K B K M n H K
a PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, for tho Or
ient, Mnrcli 2. P. Dobell nnd nleco, S.
,T. Kough, H. II. Wlnslow, Mrs. Wins-
low, F.Milaiiniiaugii, C. F. Mlctiaols,
: PASSENGERS BOOKED
K X X X X X X X X M SC 12 X X M X M
Per btmr. Kltiaii, for Hllo and way
ports. Match 3. N. J. Ford, It. I. I.U
llo, Mrs, S. O. "Wilder nnd two chil
dren. A. W. 'Carter and wife. W. "L.
Decoto, W. Lanz. MUs Gregory, Miss
Dnrtell, R. 11. Gregory nnd wire, C M.
LovBtcd. Gcorgo Desha. Miss Carpon
ter, 1. Kllohana, A. Oartloy, C II.
Cooke, Mrs. Campbell-Parker and
maid, A. V. Peters, E. P. Averlll and
wife, Rev. W. 11. Olcson, Rev. O. H.
Gullck, J. E. Iliggins, Mrs. V. S. Chlnn.
Miss E. 11. Chlnn, Mrs. Pegrum, Mrs.
J. Barnard, Miss Dai nurd.
Per stnir. W. O. Hall, for Kauai,
March 3. Dr. Derby and wife, C A.
Drown, J. F. C. Hagens, Miss Mabel
Wilcox. Mis. Weber, E. P. Phillips, 13.
C. Smith, It. A. Keams, W. II. Rice.
Jr., D. L. Van Dlno, II, Brims, J. K.
Farley, H. W. II. Mist.
Per stnir. Iwnlanl. for Maul and Mo-
lokal ports, March 3. Dr. Hollmnii,
H WATERFRONT NOTES X
THE SCHOONER LUKA 'sailed yes
terday afternoon for Laysan Island
with Max Schlemnier In command.
THE AMERICAN SHIP Edward
Sowall. out 160 days from Daltlmoio,
b roportcd In tho Marltlmo Register
sighted In latitude Dli south nnd long
Ituro 70 West. This was on January 2.
THE FOLLOWING Is tho purser's
icport ot tho R. M. S. S. Moana,
which arrived here this morning:
Cargo 277 cases whisky, C50 car
cibes, mutton nnd lamb; 40 boxes
butter, 350 crates onions, 30 cases
nllvo oil, 10 cases Jams, and sundries.
Report Left Sydney Feb. 17th 1 p.
in.; nrrlvcd Rilsbnne 19th 9 a. m.;
sallod sanio date tit 11 p. mil 'arrived
Honolulu Mnrcli 3d, 8:4G a. m. Ex
perienced fresh to moderato easterly
winds with moderate to smootlisoa.
CIIAPIN In HnnolTilu, March 3, 1908,
to Mr, und Jlrs, E. P. Chnplrr, n son.
boats are our specialty. The boating
season will soon be at hand and you
will need a new boat. Let us build
it for you.
Charles D, Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alipai,