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evening nPixurriN. honqlplp. t. h , hiiday. march r toos.
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Hawaiian Stated and Second
Lei Aloh.1 No. 3 Initiation.
Oceanic Second Derjreo.
Rose Croix Reaulor, 5 p. m.
Honolulu Cemmandery Red
Aloha Temple Rerjular, 7.30.
AM visiting members ot lia
idir aie cordially Invited to
it I end meltings of local Jodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3. 1. 0. 0. 1'.
iWt every Monday evening at
I. :if .11 I O O. K. Hall, Fort Btioet.
E. 11. HHNDUY, Secrotary.
UEN F. VICKEUS. N. U.
Ml lsitlng brothorB very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. S, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i 30 o clock In K. or P. Hall, cor.
roit and Herotanlc. Veiling broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
"V. L. l.YI E, CC,
P. WALDHON, K II 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MootT every l'rld.iy evening nl
7 1U In K of P Hall, coruor Foil
and tleretnnla VHltliu brotbeis
totdiatly Invited to ntteitd.
A a DKKIUNO, CO.,
J A3. WHITE, K.R.S.
faONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618. II. 1'. O.
i; . will meet in Uielr lull on Klun
roar Fort ktieet every Fildny o en
lug Uy order of tho U II.
IIAIinY A. WILDER,
F. E RICHARDSON, B. 11.
Wo M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meiti every Saturday evening at
7 J" i) i look in K. of I'. Hall, cor
Tort mid lleietinla. Visiting broth
ers conlla'ily Invited to attend,
W. L FKAXHD, O.C..
E. A. JACOllSON, K.R.9.
HONOLULU AERIE M0, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WE1
.iiUAY evenings of each month at
.JO o clonk lu K of P. Hall, corner
.'tan la and Fort .streets.
tailing Eagles are Invltod to ut-
W. L. FRAZEB. W.. 1'rcst.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. II.
M,.ta every flrit and third Thura
, - of each month nt Knights of
('.Inn Hall Visiting brother cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. V. ASCII. Sachem.
A. H. MURPHY, C. of It.
Send in your orders at occe to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto.
The Tinest Woikraanship on the
an ket here.
Lrave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St.. bet. Alslcea and Smith.
Stiil in the Market
lor all yoa have to oiler in the way
of old Gold, Silver, Diamonds, Watch
es, Jewelry, and articles of virtu.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
vj-jcr rr rgyi-TyyragiTgaafgtftswsuxasi1-!
A GOOD SIGN'
COSTS YOU NOTHING -II t
PAYS TOR ITSELF. 3
mattt.h nnnn stows.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waist3, Fancy
HOTEL STREET. NEAR BETHEL
The WseMly Edition ot the Evenlnp
Dulletln gives a complete summary M
ilia new? of the day.
rvuiahd Bethel Sts.
Don't Throw Away
That Old Hat
There is lots of good wear
in tt, and you can put it in
shape foi a
Get n package of Benson's
enson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
,- Te-iyHrr-w ,-n-r
It wiil build you up
GRABBERS DRU6 CO.,
J TOR. FORT AND KING STS. j
PHONE 131. j
.laUCTUu. .v tvwgaaacrt gfHuuu,jsa x.tau.
Terrard Kenaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Cheese
J. RL LEVY &
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Repairing of Shoes
We haie 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 567.
Qr- QULLETIN AD3. PAY &Q
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't sit down nml lnmnnt over It!
let a ccnt-a-word Bulletin Want Ad.
i;et it for you.
Panama hnti cleaned nt llio Globe
nmphon orrht-Htin iehcart,al thlt.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Ring up Seotty's when you want a
good niito ilde. Phono 107
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
To Inly dollars ,ilittuil HtOfl, MlicH hrtj
l'4'i.i Take to J. Cnrlo, Mis, Nuiiaim
I In re will by a tneutlng of ilu
Hoanl f Hcaitli tlili nftoinuoii nt .'
Uahu t-oilgo No. 1, K. ,o.f 1... will
im t In Pyihlnit hall this Prhlaj men.
nut nl 7:30.
Honolulu l.odgo No. (IK, 11. P O
K. nill meet In i:iliB hall HiIb Kiida)
veiling .nt 7. SO.
Tahu your carrlngo or automobile
t.i Hawaiian Carrlngo Mnhfy. Co. tor
The danrlng Iloor In llio ohl llsh
market may tit retained until artoi the
lslt of tln fleet.
"Drink and tho world drinks with
you " Tho Honolulu v;orh In drink
Ini? at the Fashion Fnlloon.
Pol nesla.li licatiipmrnt No. 1, I. O.
O 1, will nieot In Odd Fellows hal!
this Krlda ovonlng at 7.30
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cially uo., ilia, rnone hj,
The monthly meellug of tho Cath
olic I.ndks' Aid Rocloty will ho hold
at tho Convent nt a p. m. loJuy.
Our motto Im "reliability," and we
Inko much pride In the same Terri
torial Messenger Sorvico, Phono 301
Hunohilu Seottlnh TliUtle Olub will
meet InlU rooms in the Orogou block.
Union Ktivel, this Friday evenjngat
The Hawaiian Rutomolnglst ftnclotl
lll meet nt tho experlmout u(atlon
on KiM-aumoku utreot at 7 30 p. m
llev. l-'alher Ulrlch Is BiiItcilnB Be
erely from oo-trnullca and flnds It
necivHnry to return to his nalho land,
The Sprlns millinery opening at
MiM rowei'a millinery parlors will
take plato on Monday. March ninth
l.uillc.'. are cordially United.
Coat jour iron roofs with "Amble"
Yo.i will be surprised nt Its cooling
and preservatho properties. Callfornl'i
rcod Co.. agents.
Kalmukl citizens may bring a man
damns suit to ronmel the Jtanld Trmv
tit Company to glo tho district tho
tei vice once ununited. ' "vi
Water Is apt lo be Flint off In parta
Of Kalmukl today owing to u break In
the Biipplj pli'elllie to ,thq lippsi
tanks of the Kalmukl crater. ,
, Your old hut can be made ns good as
hew b) mi application of Ituneon'o
hat dinner, which llento'i, Snilth H
Co., Ltd., sell for 10 coma n packasO.
J. (1. Woolley. tho tempsranco ad
vocnto. will speak on temperrnco mat
Tern nt Kirralnhuo church at 1 1 o clorW
Stindn' morning. A general Invl: itPu
Iii ost ended.
Tho regular monthly mooting of tho
board of dlreclois of the Freo Klnlor
gat ten and Chlldren'H Aid Association
wax held this morning ut 0.30 lu.tlio,
Y. W C. A rooms.
Theio Is a new concern Juat started
who are doing. cjrpeutorlug anj haul
ing ery cheaply This concent to
in'hd Naulwa C6, and line n nice
office in the Magoou building.
The I.eonnrd refrigerator in ynnr
home menus that you cm ieb upon
)ialng purer food, less tioiible. mid
1,'f.H uxieuto thun with unv othoi ie
liUurator. II. Huikreld & Co. Ltd.
'Iwo .lapancro wero hurl lest night
by lumping from earn, ono dulug so
on the Wtilalao and tho other on tin
WnlMkl lino. Iloth wero taken lo the
hospital, hoi ntllhor was reriously In
(' 1) Walker la planning lo build a
hlgh-(iido four-cycle nilto launch, "J
feot long, for use in tocnl waters He
espeets that tlio piico compbto will
Im about $b23; that Is, If thcio Is suf
ficient demand for this clasu of boat.
The following olllcers weio eifcted
al Iho iinuual meeting of the PopeeUou
Hu."r Co, held eHtorday: 6. H.
Cooke, iresldent; W. II, Italrd, jco
presldunl; (leoigo II. Uubertsor.
Iroasurer; U. 1' UInliop, secretaiy, a.
M. Damon, director, and T. It. Holiln
rianl: I.llll.s Legs to acquaint his
patrons and frkads that ho la no
longur connected with tho Union Hack
Stand Leao orders for anyono of
his two machlnos with tho Teirllorlal
Mossenger Service. Phono 3G1, uuy
hour, duy or night. ;
Oluctrs Slock anil Nawnhi dlteov
eied a llio in n box of rublileh in Ilo
Foug's shoo shop on King ctreet nam'
tin Sunrise Saloon last evening ut
10 15 o'clock. They extinguished tt by
means of n few buekets-'of water, and
when tho fire dupaitment arrived tho
blaze was out Tho pullco suspect
Tho UiliUh claimants of tho 'OS rov
olution troublos will havo their claims
taken up by the llritlsh and Aiuei'icm
ovcinmonts In connection with tho
Newfoundland nrheiles, and tho llcti
ling Sea tro'iblos. Ihero recnit to
he no dlC'Pos'liiii., hnwrvnr, to hurry
th' miitlcr. Tho local claimants ha i
bin waiting ten years for amounts
ranging all the way from $25,00) to
A Mo:t Excellent Assortment of
II f lSf I
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
"See a Pin and
pick it up," It's easy to pick it up.
The thing i3 to SEE it first.
If you have your eyes properly ex
amined and fitted with kootl glasses,
you'll see all rirjht.
.BOSTON, BLDG FORT S(TJ
EXCELLENT LAUNDftY WORK
i done by the
-lth their new FRCCH dry cleanlnn
258 Beretanla St. Phono 1491.
MRS. DUNN begs to an-"
nounce the arrival or
Easier Hats 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 siyie
of the worlds centers.
Ladies of Honolulu are
cordially invited.to inspect
! Foit and lte'rctanla
'H .llll 'i tut '
lT h !irO.i!irt ryejgj.tntu .evairtrwinwryw wuraat'iiMB t , rv f ,1 jttn
TOKIO, Japan, March G Negotiations with China over tho MUuro
at the Tatsu Marujmvttliot yot i cached tho stngo of ultimatum, but It 13
admitted. If Chlnn'deilluca to yield, Hint tlioie Is only ono coiirno open
o ,l., , 4ir
SLAYER OF SH1PPY IS BURIED
CHICAGO, 111., Maich D -l,a7iiua Avoibiieh, llio slayer of Chief of'
rollco Shlppy, has bton builel in tho pottura' Held.
;; "O .a--c.i -.
BRYAN ENDORSED BY POPULISTS
OM.HA, Nib.; March 5. The Populist state Convention haa en
dorsed riryarf foejpre'sldent. ' '
'" ' -"a i.m-" iB-.'
RECEIVER FOR WESTERN MARYLAND
UIriMORK, Md., March 5. A
Western Maryland Hallroad.
Grand opera lu English Is ono of
tho probabilities Involved In the
(hango of management of tho New
Yoik Metiopolltnn Opoia, House. Ot
to II. Kahu of tho board of dh actors
says tho matter Is undor considera
tion and that possibly English opera
will come next season.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG00H BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. t)2 NTUANU
Stands for all that is
most desirable in Refrig
iccolvorDhlp has beeniasked for tho
A loud protest has gone up nt East
Orange, N. J., agaliut tho proposed
action of tho City Council in accept
ing ?M9,000 fiom Andrew Carnegie
for three- branch libraries. The city
already has one Carnegie library,
which originally cost $50,000, and
costs $10,000 a jear to run.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursdiy, March G.
r Vi FHANCIBCO Sailed March 3.
' C A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
EWCASTI.U Sailed, March 4:
Am hk. Aurora, for Honolulu.
l NA CKtJZ Sailed March 3:
s H- s- s' ArlzpnnU, for San.DIega
s' NFHANCISCO Sailed March 4:
j ria. iik. ymy Turner, ror Honolulu
I! ,N ritANCIHCq Arried JInreh A:
i Fr. S. S Mnlte, hcliCp Feb. 27.'
iI'H.O Sailed Teh. 20:
I Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for San
SAN ntANCIRnn Hnlleil Mnrcli K-
S, S. Maunu Kcu, for Honolulu, 2
Friday, March 0.
S,N Kit ANCISCO Arrived March- C:
P. M. S. 8. China, hence Feb. 2'J.
NKWCASTI.i: Sailed Feb. 2S:
llr S. S. Adato, for Eleclo.
KAtim.Uf Arrived, Mnich fi:
II. Texan, from Honolulu.
V M M V W n M K 3i li rt 5C M II if
PASSENGERS ARRIVED a
; W X 3t X it M A 'li U 3C li ll C X
From San Fraliclsco, ptr Alamera,
March C 8. P. Hartley, II. Uennoton,
Slaster llemieson, Mrs Carrlo J. Iloml,
ana. A (1 Cain. ell A Chambers. Mrs
M. J Collins, MIsh N Colllna, H. CI
DlUhol), Mis. Dnwson, .1. I). Dough
eily, Mrs. Dougherty, Miss Mnithn
i'oi, aim. a. li. freeman,! Aims Jl.
Frcomnn Brother IJeoigo, fliirltoy (lor
don, Mrs (loidon. Mir.. Minnie Hnts
Miss Montrguc, Frcnk. Itelinrn. I)r,
I.co. 1,. fjoxton, Miu. Jl. Smith an J
child, H. P. Yoo.I, Mrs. Aood, Mru,
O Connor, H. I'. Pjiicsu
Per IC. P. Itlthot, from 'Sun Fun.
elkeo, March G. I). B ' Irwin, Ultn
fiorlz and wife, T. U. rilmry oml wife
..HARRIMAN BEATS F1.S1I , ,
' '. I, T I I I
Chicago, III.. Feb. 20. Udwnid
II. ll.in'lmnn controls Illinois Cell
tt ul. ami Stuyvesant I Ish, after n
J ear's struggle, Is beaten.
Judgo Farlln Q. Hall today de
stroyed tho last hopo of Fish lo con
dol Illinois Central when he dUsolv
ed the Injunction restraining tho liar
rluiau forces from otlng the 2S1.231
f hares of Illinois Central stock owned
or controlled by the Union l'nclllc
On March 2d, when the Illinois
Central stockholders meet, Hnrrimnn
wll elect his directors without trou
hie unless Fish and his attorneys ncr-
form eotiio legal mlrac)c, anS IStuy
CEant'l''l3lilwlll ceaLq to bo. art iterh
ii Illinois Contra'l.' Tlie voting on
Mnrcn za, according to tne best or
tulnable statistics, will be: Ilurrl-
man, 517,210; J.T8htqsO,500
' SUBMARINES' L0NO TRIP
New York. N. Y.. Feb7 j G.- A .flo
tilla of United States .submarines!;!
consisting of the Viper, Tarantula
and Cuttlefish, convoed by tho sup-
ply tender Hist, sailed out of the
navy yard nt Hrooklyn today- In
what Is to bo tho longest ocean cruise
in tho history of 3uch war boats.
The three submarines, ordered by
the Navy Department to Hampton
Hoads nml thenco to Key West, havo
been waiting for favorable weather
for the start of their unprecedented
Miyage slnto tho 28th of January,
They lay so low in tho water that ob.
seners could hardly mako tnem out,
but, though the ecu was choppy, all
four steamed away steadily at eight
After the southern maneuvers, If
all works well, the tiny ftotijlii may
bt ordered to mnko the "vojago
tluough Magellan to San Francisco.
"IN GOD,'WE TRUST."
Washington, Feb. 15. ''in God Wo
Ti ust" Is to go hack on gold cclns.
ThPi was practically mndo tertnln nt
a meeting pf the Hoiim Committee on
Cnlnaec Weight and Measures this
Iiopicseiltntho Olllo James, a Dem
ocrat, null Hcprecontatlo J. 1 lampion
u jiL'jjuijiicuu, npuKo ueiore mo com
U)tttfo in favor of lestorlng tho motlo
nnd tho word was passed around that
if the LIU under consideration -bo
agreed to by both homes Iho Presi
dent 'will gladly sign It
The momuoro of the commItt"o aro
all for It and I hey were requostcd to
diy to report Iho bin back to the
Unuso as Miou.ns pojltile, hecauso tho
Dlrcrtor of tho Mint has deferred
coining ni more gold until it' bo
comn3 a law or U knocked out,
f r-i i
TACKED HtO TONGUE.
Canal Dovei (O). February IS
Tint eho dr no a tack through tho
tongiio or a tcn-i car old boy Inmate
of .Iho Tumarawiw County Chjldrcn'u
Home to punlfcli him for suspected ly
ing, is lite thai go made against Miss
Clara Sterling, pretty twenty-four
year-old assistant matron of tho home,
In a warrant for her ariest Bworn out
before Mayor Dohenhacher hero to
If sufficient orders are received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-cycle high-grade gas engine, Tcora
plete for $225.
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
JC H H M S5 K it X ti M M k S "K M '
k M W3Uf K 5C X K M M 35 5? " It
Thursday, March C.
A.-H. 8, S. Texan, for Knhulul, 5
Am. schr. Hob Hoy, for Pearl Har
t'.tnir. Mlkahnla, Giegoiy, for Kami,
Ant. schr. Mot Wnhlne, for Honolulu.
tf a a a a jc.k : w m m m m k a u
3t 3C J? K K V, K H X l K 3C JC X M
llr. 8. S. Elvanton, Putt, from New- .
castle, ' ,' , ' i, ' 1
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdoll, from San
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, from Yoko
H SAILING TODAY M
H , 3? it m, it. n, ,ir, x w x x X ' K
Slmr. Manna l.oa, Shuorsoii, for
Kona nnd Knu, 12 noon.
Stmr. Clnudlne, llcnuetl, Tor Maul
ports nnd HIlo, 6 p. 111.
J? DUE TOMORROW X
71 x a w x a s a k 3c k k e m a u
Stmr. Klnnu, Clarke, fiom Illlo and
way purls, 11 in
K K 3j X ! X it, :i ;l ti x. X X K )t
A PASSENGERS DEPARTED
. -a i;. a -x-
Por btmr. Mlknhala, for Kauai
Marcli G T Cratvfonl, Mrs. O Oni.
!tr, (1 N. Wilcox, H MIUI. II .1
l.nudt, J. Nuti'ln nnd Mife, F I
Thompson, J A. Comb" Mm I II
Coney, Mrs. Lennox, Dr. Fioar, in.
"Nell, I .
I'crtliitr. JIainn Lon furSKpnnpliHl .
Kiiu ports. Match 0 A. OuiPl, J H
Fuller, 11. Man Knukahl, It. I. John,
Mrs. T. C White, Miss Elizabeth Ua
aua. Mif. B. Iloj, ,rrs. Mnehnda. C, P
Inukea nnd wife, S Vv Nawahl. I, A
Thurston. P. H, McStuUUr. Mrs. A. F.
fHMS)fXSlCll X jsr.as M
it K K X id X K X X X X X M X 3
Per mnr. Clnudlno. for. Maul and
HIlo, March C W. O. Smith, H. P.
llaldwln and frltnd, E. A. Moll-Smllli.
Gut ui nor W F Frear. A. A. Wlhon,
Mntslon Campbell, Jacob Tnvares,
George Ordwaj, C II Smith, Judgo
A N. Kepolkal. O II. McHrlde, W. A.
llaldwln, I). T Fleming nud wife,
Maty Kaolulu, D. Slesler, wife and
two children, Mies A, C. llogers, Miss
II. F. Rogers, Capt. llradloy.
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
XXUSJUX X X X X X X X X )
ALt:C DOWSETTS famous llttlo
schoyncr Ada came vory near, going.
Jttj (lie bottom ot tho harbor for good' '
esterday. , She was alongsldo thoi '
Interllslnnd Wharf hnd Alec had a '
force of men working on her. Sho
jv'asiulllcd away over on her beam
cutis, so thaUtlie men could get at her
-hcS'i PJN "Sns PpMataea,Djojoerl
ami when n suddj'ii equall came up -the
water surged over and filled her
hntchw'asvnnd It, was .only n short S
tynfcbefore sh"o wai completely sub
jnergDd Pumps and buckets nre be
ing brought Into requisition, nnd
Aloe Btatcd this morning that sho '
would b6 all clear of water and back ;
In her right position Borne time this -
afternoon. Tho Ada made a great
name for herself the tlmo sho mado
nn 800-mlle trip to salvo n Fronch
tnlp that was wiccked on French
THE CLAUDINE this evcnlug will
carry a distinguished party. Gov
trnor Frear, Secretary Mott-Smlth,
Land Commissioner Pratt, Superin
tendent of Public Works Mnrston
Campbell are among thoso booked for
ihe voyage to Maul. H. P. Irwin,
representing, tho 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 n, and
Dan Logan, representing the Advcr
lltcr, will 'also accompany tho par
ty. They will return lu n week or
THE It. P. IHTHET-nrrlvcd hero
nil O. K. yesterday afternoon, with
Captain McDonald In chiirgo. Ho 10
ports sighting 11 four-masted schooner
off the coast of Molokal which li
thought to luno beenVtliq Allco
RAYMOND IIROWN. who Is In
charge of tho Immigration Station
lieie, will In tho near futiiro malco a
ImiY of the Islands for tljo purpose of
taking testimony nnd giving. ceitill
intes of American cltUcuslilp ToaU
THE HARK GEORGE CORTIS has
been delnjed on nccopnt of tho non
nrrlval of some sugar, and sho will
not get away tomorrow, as was ex
pected, but will probably havo to .
wait over until Tuesday.
ON HOARD TIIE-MAUNA LOA
When she Balled today was a largo
nmount of freight for th'o' other IsK
rnd ports. Her passenger list was
nlbo completely filled up.
THE AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN
steamship Texan sailed yesterday for
K'uliul ti. from which port she will
go to HIlo nnd on to Santa Cruz,
THE TRANSPORT SHERMAN Is
duo horo today sometime, but tho
probabilities aro that tho will not ar
rive until tomorrow morning.
In nn Interview nt Jackson, Mich,,
Lesllo M. Shaw said ho would like to
eeoV. Plerpont Morgan president of
tho United States.