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BVUNtNO fU't.LRTIN. HONOLULU, T It WEDNEBDW MAnPII I 10H1
MMMMMMltM 111 miw
Hawaiian Stated and Second
Lei Alohi No. 3 1n ution.
Oeeanlo Second Drgrce.
1 MDMBDAY ,
Rosa Crols Regular, 6 o m
Honolulu Commandery Rod
Aloha Temple Regular, 7 30
All visiting members ot ho
order are cordially Invited to
attend meetlnc o local lodge
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evenlnc at
7:30 lnl O O. F. Hall. Fort Stieet.
K R. HENDHY, Send irj
I1KV. T VICKKKS, N O
' All visiting brutuora very cordlall)
MYSTIC I0POE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 1'uqsdn.y evening nt
i:30 o'clock In K of P Hall, cor
Fort nm! Uerotunl ii Ring broth
era cordially lnvltrd to attend.
w i. lyle. cc.
F. WAI.DRON, K tt.8.
0AHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7 30 In K. (if V Hull, corner Fort
end llcictinla Visiting brothoia
Lordtall Invited to attend.
A G dki:ring. C C .
JAB W WllirB, k ns.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 01 C, U P. O
B., will meet i? tlieli hill on King
oear Fort street every Xrlday even
iy order of he fcl It
HAIIHY A. WILDER.
P. E RICHARDSON, a. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.0, K of P
Meet every Saturday evening .it
7:30 o clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort nnd Ueretanla. Vlaltlng b.otli-
in cordially" muted to attend
d to attend.
W L. FHVZE
K. A. JACOH
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o clock In K or P. Hall, cornor
Ueretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Intted to at
tend. W L ntAZEE, W, Prest.
II. T MOORE, Seoy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets every first and third Tiiurs
i days of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers tor
dlall) invited to nttend.
J. W ASCII. Sachem
A K MUIti'HY. C. ot It
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE nnd PUHAH0U ST.
1$. zW2J OJH3TJW i
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS TOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send m your orders nt once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your older now for Chinese
Hotel St , bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Corios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Taney
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHLL.
King and BsthclSts.
The only picpcra
tion that clfcotually
stops sneezing nnd
cold in the head.
Hotel and tort Sts.
!t will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG 00.,
TOR. FORT AND KING STS.
JgaiW SfcgSflT3.VK.SCJl?WVire.l jY.
rcrrard Rcnaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Cheese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Mettopolitan Meat Co.
Repairing of Shoes
We have the machinery
and the workmen to do the
very best repairing of all
kinds on ladies and gentle
men's shoes. Just give us
a try and be convinced.
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 507.
fi55 OULLETIN AD8. PAY "535
i man l
LOCAL ANJI GENERAL
Tlicro is employment for every
WttlsUnt Bulletin Wnnt advertiser.
One word one cent.
Panama hats cleaned nt the Globe
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co. '
1 In Hoard of Supervisors will moot
Ring up Srotty'B when you want a
pioil auto ride Phono 107
(lot mi 11 lie stationery from Wall
Mrhols Co, I.td, direct ImpotterB
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Iliv Ilr Sorcnn UUhup was taken
III Alniiil iv and In confined to his hoim
al folUfci' Hills
Spiinc hhi book and Homo .lour
mil pattern for March just rocelvid
In Wltlimt k .Mai nil.
OtiIim a roast of Now Xealnnd mill
ton 1 1 urn the Metropolitan Moat ("o
1 id T, Ii phono 18
)rlnl ami tlm world drinks with
ton The Honolulu world 1 drltil,
Inu ot the Fashion sallonn
Ancient Or,dor Illliomlnns Dltlsloii
No 1, will mt In C II 17 Hall, Ton
street thN evening at 8 nclork
Repairing nil kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co , Ltd. Phone 143.
Point Liinalll No Citim, A O V
will meet III Pllilali Hall cm mi Foil
and llerelnlila acnue, this i tilling ji
Light otir Iiouso with gas It cm is
ton less than ntltlhlng hut xunllcht
Pie Ihe llnniiltilii (laB Co Ltd . mum
This being Ash Wednesday lln'ie
will ho servlros nt St Ainlrow h Cntlie
drnl at 7 mi nnd It mi a in ami m
i 'it p in
I)r Ilrlmki ilioff's Iioliirn imiu i I ho
auspices of tin HCd Cross Hoclett Is
positioned opo ttoik from Thitrsilat
Whllint tt Mm ah hate Jiml oponod
tlvli ion ipilng Bklrts Tho Ini'liuli
in in IiIkIi ilnss liotillios tint no
Co it tour li tin roofs with "Arabic'
You will bo surprised nt It3 ooillnr
Tiid prcsorvatlto proportlcs. Cnllfoinl i
Fred Co , ngepts.
llloin openoil his IiU cloarann
silo today with burgalus that have
inter been oqualod In Honolulu Mod
1 1 lllick Toil street
There will lie a special inert uii or
Oceanic Lodge No -.71 P .mil A I
at 7 30 o'clock this utenlng Woik
In the seoonil degree
Mi Hour) llolmei iiul her mother.
I Tuck, returned on tlio Koroi
Monda and are at the Holmes real
donee on Pacific HuIkIiih
Tho Sliungcr's Tiluids will hold ft
mooting Thursday morning at 10
c 'clock at tho ofllco of tho manager
Associated Charities, Alakea strict
Paddy Hyan has received word fiom
Novada that .1 mine In which liu hohU
18,000 Kha.es 1b likely to ilotalou lutn
one of the richest propositions In the
Joe Castro tho prizefighter, who
tried to commit suicide the other iljy
bt taking muriatic ncld, was arrested
estenlat on complaint of his wife
for beating her
Do ou know that nearly all food
lontulns alcohol? It Is a ncctssai
intlclo of diet In Prlmo Ikcr, we
n-t alcohol In Just tho light qunutlt)
- IiU noi cent
The genteel eniokei tho judge of .1
good cigar will find tho mobt satis
fiction in the El P.ilcncln cigar Sold
b the llasoldiii Tobacco Co, Ltd,
The control of the American Sugar
Co Is hel.l b Clms A llartwcll and
wife the roinior hating ncquiiid 7301
hhaies ami tho latlor BOO Thoio an.
13 nno shaies altogether The first re-
pint of tho change In ottiunOiip was
gin n ivclusiteU b the II u 1 1 c t In
This being Ash Wednemltit, then
wus u celubritlon ot the Holy Com
munlon nt SI Clement's cbtttch nt 7
oclock a m . and morning prajer nt
11 There will bo etonsoug at 7 30
The Queen s Hospital b Its nltoi
not, A (1 M llnliei tsoii, has apiiealed
to tho Supremo Court from Judge
Llmlhsiy's decision In Us enult suit
against lliuco Carttt right, trusteo un
der Qui on Emtim'a will, and tho bene-
flclaties of Iho obt itc
iVttoinet General Hemenw.iy has
Hied nustturs of tho Tcnltoiy of H.i
wall to tlnio petitions for tltlo Its tho
Court of Linil noglstratlon Thoj tuo
Ihooe of Piank K Howard, John Wal
ker and Sophlo K Walker, and In
each case the Tcirltoty dlPclalniH nn
Inteiest In the lind Intoltcd
AcrnidhiR to n doplitmonlal clr
cular lho TcriltoD of Hawaii has onlj
one half the number of Jobs to which
It In entitled In Washington Neither
hato tlicro boon applications fiom Ha
wall foi losltloiis Mtmcicnt to nil this
Tenllory'a nllottid quota Hawaii's
bhoie is Blxtotu Jobs but only eight
appolntinents from hcie bate boon
made, ttbllo only fifteen persons hate
insscil tho nicibtury civil tertlce ox
E II Tufts of Los Angeles, a vU
Uor who united by tho Komi, loport
eil to tho police jcslctdn lho loss of
a pitiro containing about $200 In nt
tlonal bank notes, nioMlj $20 bills of
tho Merchants' Natlnnnl Hank of Los
Angeles, and a lotler of credit on n
local bank for $3000 The money and
letter weie In i sealskin wallet which
dropped from his pocket
A Most Excellent Assortment of
HIE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
KING ST. PHONE 525.
"See a Pin and
piok it' up." It's easy to pick it up.
Thething is to SEE it first
If you have your eyes properly ex
amined and fitted with good glasses,
you'll sec all right
A. N. S
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WOFIK
dans by the
.lth their new FRENCH dry cleanlno
258 Beretanla SL Phone 1491.
i ill hum minimi ! i 1 1 ill, in ii n.
New Lines of Ties, Belts
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes Just In
I Beautiful Honolulu
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour-
I Just call 2i)0 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
WS. DUNN begs to an
nounce the arrival of
Easter Mats from New York
and Paris. These will be
on view March 5th, 6th -and
7th. They are genu
ine creations, representing
the finest thoughts of
modistes of international
fame, and reflect hat style
of the .worlds centers.
Ladies of Honolulu are
cordially invited to inspect
Pint nnd lleietanlii
to fa Rf
Alnidi (it i" iiuiv conic ami Maull
(Iras 111.1v kh but In o ich hikoi ,-,lti
ono tin ic Is always, honioiblng new,
homcthlng enlirtnlnlng, mirth pnntii,
lug lile.islug, that fell Ikes it lupin
Mln In tho way of amusement foi not
oul tluiho who glvo theli time and
.... ,..,,. . ...
luuiir 111 imtismg cosiumes nut nii-o
101 1110 ptopie wno como as speitatois. gieat flbhnuikot colesleum was tlecoi
to sit nnd be ontoi tallied h the 01 Ik luted with lho n.ius nf nil i.nil,u n,i
Innl phiint ihIib Last night was Maull
Oras night, and tho 'Costal Pnlnco"
was filled to oteilloitlng with a mot
loj longlonierallng coiigiegatlon of
nit rry mnskirs anil laughing 011 look
To siy that It was a surccss Is put
The new I) npiiolnted Commlttco tin
Public Health ot tho Chambei of Com
merco hold a piellmlnaiy meeting this
foronoon with Dr. L E. Color The
numbers of the tommttUo pietml
woie F J Low ley. G. W Smith. J. A
Cllmuii and I) P. R lEonbetg
Judge S n Kingsbury his lemoted
lils law ofueo to rooms 310 and 311
in tho McCnndlcts building
HI, . T O
Supcrlnti ntleut Juck JloVelgh or Hie
leper bettlemcnt Is III lown, having
como down on tha stoamci Iwnlunl,
County Sheilff Rico of Kauai ro
turned to his homo cstcrduy 011 tho
btcamir W, G. Hull.
Tinfti Tr a ntrtiT)tTi T "" fin
DO THE WORK.
83,15 a Case
Honolulu Soap Works 8
T. L. WALDR0N. Agent
0PP. YOUNG HOTEL.
ling It nilldlj. There hato been larg
ei trouds al such etentB In tho past,
to be suro, but It would lie. bard to say
Hint imy piovlous carnival out-shnd-owed
the ono that lasted until early
this moinlng Nothing was lacking.
teithlug was In its pioper placo and
. ,..--,... ,.,
iomijoiio had tho propel spirit. Tho
gurl mils of sweet llotters woro docked
nitUtleally around tho sides of tha
At tho head of tho hall was tho
tin one resorted for the; Prince and
I'rlncohs, with the Maids of Honor and
(Continued on Page 3)
Hivo ton had dinner at the Sea
side of Into?
D.iuco at Soisido upon uirltal it
tianBpuit Sherman from Manllu.
lho nicety of work that Is being put
out ut tho Vlckers' Shoo Repair bhop
Is ccrtnlnl) getting all of tho host
tiadc In the tit J
Tomonow will bo shown tho mo3i
mndei 11 nnd uptodato Easier hats al
lho mllllnoiy parlors of Mrs. Dunn
Everj lad j In Honolulu should tako
advantage of this most excellent dls
far OULLETIN ADS. PAY "M
Wash ebh feBn v
wyn nao IK 1 1 ft El B
IN HIi PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, February 29.
ONTEUEV Arrived Feb 28
m sp M E Chllcott, licnco Peh
PiiltT HAiirOIH) Salted Fch2S
Am H S Santa Hllii, for Honolulu
HM O Sailed Fell, 27:
II S S Alaskan, for Sallnu Crti7.
LO Sailed, Feb 23:
Ilr S S llampstcnd, for Notvcastlc.
ANCOUVEK Bajlcil, Feb 28:
lit S B. Aorangl, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Atrlted Feb 20v
Jap S H, Hongkong Maru, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrltcd Feb 29
Am bUne Irmgard, hence Feb 15
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 29:
OSS Alameda, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Sailed, Feb 27:
Am schr. II. C. Wright, Tor Sa-i
MEMO Ilks Andrew Welch and G
C. Toboy to sail from llllo' for San
Franilscn Saturday and Tuesday ro-
Monday, March 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Fob. 29:
Am S S Enterprise, forllllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Mar. 1. "
Am hk. Annlo Johnson, lor Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlted .Mar 1:
Am sell W. II Marston, licnco Feb,
Am bk. S C. Allen, honco Feb. 11.
SALINA CRUZ Arrlted Feb. 28'
A-H. S. S Mexican, riom Hllo Fob
SAN FRANCISCO Atrlted Mar 2:
Am. Iiktno. Coronndo, hence Feb. 7
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, March 3.
YOICAHAMA Sailed Mar. 3:
Nippon Main, filr Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 3:
America Maru, for Honolulu.
Mohican, for Mahukona,
Wednesday, March 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlted Mar. 3
A. II S S Novation, hinco Feb. 21
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlted Mar. 4:
Am S S llllonlun, lieuco Feb. 23,
x V U, it mlMKHKX X IX X '(
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
x X X X a it X X W X X X X if
THE REAR ADMIRAL'S saluto of
tlilrtt.cn guns was fired fiom the" Nat
al Station this morning In honor of
Ilear-Adtnlrnl Acmey, wno men rcccni
1 Ho was on tho rctlted list. Olll
clnl notification of I1I3 death was just
celted from tho Nnty Department
ajdlngton, and, following out tho
custom, tho locnJiKtntlon 1?I1 all nival
lespetts to tlc coinmai:
anaer, wno, lias
THERE IS A VESSEL, unknown as
jet, n number of iuIIcb ott tho Coast
heading for this port,
THE MIKAHALA Atrlted this morn
ing ttltli freight ami pasBcngers She
had 4000 bags of sugar on board.
Mnx Itademachcr, the cashier of
the Manhattan restaurant on. Hotel
street, was ancsted at un early hour
this morning, and is now being held
by tho nollco for lutistlgatlon. Tho
police saj that lie ordered tho Japan
ese dishwasher to wash tho lloor.
which that gentleman refused to do,
tayliig that It did not como within
the bcopo of his duties. After a few
words had passed Radcmacher Is al
leged to hato asked tho Japanese If
ho should take a shot at him, and
after tho Japanese bad told him to
go ahead, to hato llrcd 11 shot from .1
letoltcr, which smashed a saucer In
tho tlclnlty Of the Japanese. The
police Uelloto that the defendant Is
'tisane, nnd nro having him examined
b Dr. Emerson.
Tho band concort will tako placo
this evening at 7:30 nt Aula Park.
Following is tho pingtam:
Muich, "Tho Hcrsagllerl".KIIenherg
Ovetturc, "Italian In Alglois"..,
Intermezzo, "Rapid Transit". Arcndt
Selection, "Musical Delusions" . .
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs. nr. by Ilorgor
Selection, "Pirates of Penzance"..
Waltz, "The Sourco" . .. .Wnldteufel
Polka, "Red and Hlack" Cooto
KAMUELA P0ST0FFICE CLOSED
TlA) l'ORtofllro Dcp.ntmcnt An
nounces that tho postolllco nt Ka
muela, Hntvatl, has been elobcit. Jlull
will pTobably bo handled ut Knwal
Jia,o. Miss Ida Han is nnd Charles It. Col
11ns wero mutrled In tho pallors of tho
Young Hotel nt 7 o'clock last night,
tho Rov. W D Wcstcrtelt oindatlng
Miss Harris, whom homo Is In Poit
linil, Oregon, united estorday on tho
Koica Sho visited Honolulu about a
jear ngo with Mrs Georgo D. Goar
and mado many fi lends.
Qgp-"For Rent" cards on sale at
he bulletin ottico.
a v. x ) f v h n x X
X ARRIVED X
)t X H, , X )t it, it x Xi it M K ' A
Tucsda), March 3
8tmr. Mntinn l.oi, Slmorson, from
Knu and Koua
Wednesday, March 4
Mtnir Mlknbalu, ()ngor, fiom Will
moa ports, 8 a m
It X X it J' W V K X 1 H X X
, Tuesday, Marcli 3.
Slmr V. (1 Hall, Thompson, for
Nnwlllwlll, Ahuklnl. Koloa, Eleole and
Hamipcic, G p m
Stmr Noeau, Mllcholl, forMahij.
kona, Kukulhailo nnd Ilonok'aA, 12
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tullett, for Ka
paa, Annlioln, Kllauea, Kallhlwal, Hit
tinUI and Wnlnlha (explosltes), S
C.-A S S Moatm, for Victoria nnd
Slmr .Maul, Hruhti, for Hoiiunpn niul
Puuatiiu, p in
i ii ' j
H )( tt, m W W V, W X K M K S
X DUE TODAY
i ti a. X iti a v tf x i? X V
Ur. S. S. Eltaston, Putt, from New
castle. x X x1 n, x Xl X, X V, ft, X .' K ' x;
X DUE TOMORROW K
X X X X X rt x x X X X) X X V 5C t
Slmr. Heleno, Nelson, from Hawaii,
Stmr. Nllhnu, Oncsa, from Koloa,
a. m, ,
Stmr Mlknhnla, Gregory, from Ka
uai, a. m.
n tt tt -A- tt ii ".i !
X X X XiiX x x x X" x'tf ) 5C i it
O S S: Alameda, Dow doll, from San
51 S H K M M M Jt Ji K K it.it X X
X X M X x X it, ;(, x X X X X, K 1? X M
AMI. S S, Texan, for Kahulul, B
p. 111. '
8tmr Llkellke, Nnopala, for Pnpaa-
loa and Kohalalcle.
xi PASSENGERS ARRIVED
x w x m x x x x x ; x x )cx ;s
Per stmr Manna Urn, from Knu and
Kona ports March 3 From Knu It.
J Raker, Mrs It. J linker, E. A
IlariTes, D. 11 Palmer, J M Fowler
Ji , (1 A. Pol, E L. liolnlcll, Mrs E, A
Lobdcll, Miss Lobdell, Mrs Autow, J
J Murray, Prof V 8tlntlowsky, Miss
C M Lee. Mrs M. It. Clay, Mrs E.
It. Wilson, Charles Mlenccke. From
Kona ports: Mrs U S, Auugst, Miss
T Murcas, Y. Van Hlng From Ka
walhao: Col Sam Parker, James
Morse, John Winters, Charles Notley,
Mrs. W II Hcen, C. A, Wldcmann.
From Mahukona' A. J Talt, W C.
it'iterson, T Hlack, Mrs T Ulack,
Miss 1). Illack, Miss M Illack. From
Maul: 'D.'H.jCaso;' 41 deck.
Per stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, Maroh
4. Iawaka, Miss Scgharn, Choug Kee,
P, Knmakoala, Dr. O'Noll. Miss E.
Rico, Miss Krout, Miss J. Coney, Mr.
Kwnrt, Mr. Ciawford, J. Anonje, Miss.
A. Momke, G. N. Wilcox, 53 deck.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED X
Per S S Moann, for Victoria and
Vnncoutcr, Mnrch 3 A. Cardlnall, O.
S. Daniels, W. II. L. Hudson, Mr and
Mrs. O. P. Srlckson and 3 children,
Mrs. nnd Miss Skinner, Mr and Mrs.
J. C. Skclton, Mrs. J C Mcnzles and
2 children, Mrs. Parson, Mr nnd Mrs.
J. L Hay, J. II. Shirley, S Nowlngton,
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Herbert.
Per Btmr Klnau, for Hllo and way
ports, Marcli 3 N. J. Ford, R. I. Ut
ile, Mrs. S. G Wilder and two chll
arcn, A. W Carter and wlTo, W. L.
Decoto, W Lanz, Miss Gregory, Mls
Kartell, R. 11. Gregory and wife, C. M.
Lots'tcd, Georgo Deshn, Miss Caipen
ter, I. Kllohana, A. GartlOy, C. II.
Cooko, Mrs. Campbell Parker and
maid, A. V. Peters, E. P. Averlll and
wife, Rov. W. II Olcbon, Rov. O H.
Gullck, J. E. Hlggliis, Mrs. V. S. Chlun,
Miss V.j II. Clilnu, Mrs. Pcgiam, Mis.
J. Ilarnard, Miss llarnard.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai,
March 3. Dr. Derby and tvlfo, C. A.
Ilrown, J. F. C. Hagens, Miss Mabel
Wl'lcox, Mrs Weber, E. P. Phillips, E.
C. Smith, R A. Kcarns, W. II. Rice,
Jr., D. I.. Van Dine, II. llruns, J. K.
Farloy, II. W. M. Mist.
Per stmr Iw'alanl, for Maul and Mo-
Iokal ports, Mnrch 3 Dr. Hollman,
BISHOP RESTARICK'S LECTURES.
nishnp Restarlck will deliver a
course of lectin es on tho principles
of tho Chilstiau icllglon on Sunday
evenings during Lent from March S
to April 12, at St Andrew's Cathedral,
at 7 30 o'clock.
Following Is tho list ot subjects:
March 8 "Religion and Odd.',' J
March 15 "Itotelntlon A Voice ot
March 22 "Tho Relation of tho
World and tho Individual to Christ."'
March 29 "Tho Essential Elements
of tho Christian Religion," 1
April 5 "Perpetuation, and Demon.
Stratlou of tho Christian Religion."
April 12 "Chilstiau Life Us Alms,
Obstacles and Helps'
3BF" Fine Job Prlntlno at tht Bul
boats are our specialty. The boating
season will soon be at hand and you
will need a new boat. Let us buildV
it for you.
Charles D, Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Ahpai,