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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 190S.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Orde
of the Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter, No. 3.
All visiting momberi of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meUIngs of local lodgei
HARMONY I0DGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:S0 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. VICKKRS, N. U.
All visiting brottora very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Jo. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, car.
Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLB, CO..
K. WALDRON, K.K.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday ovonlng at
7:30 In K. of I. Hall, corner Fort
and Ueretanla. Visiting brother!
cordially Invited to attend,
A. a. DEEIHNO, C.C.,
JAB. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, II. P. 0.
II., will meet In their hall on King
Dear Fort street ovory Friday even
ing. By order of the E It.
HARRY A. WILDER.
F. E. RICHARDSON, E. It.
Wo. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.of P
Meets every Saturday evening At
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting bro tu
rn cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
a. A. JACOU90N, K.R.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, V., Prost.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TEIBENo. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
daya of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Bend In your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
OH, I SAY!
have you seen my new show-cases
stock with a King's ransom of gold
ornaments and glittering gems I And
the prices are so low that it's a
shame 'pon my word it is.
1018 NDUANU NEAE KING.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOE ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS. I
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STBEET NEAE BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
itio nevri or mo aajr.
King and Bethel Sts.
"Eats 'Em Alive "
Bugine Ant Poison
Rough - On - Bui's
Three enemies to the worst
pests the house-wife must
THEY AEE SAFE and SUBE.
They effectually work and
when it comes to the bug
"EAT 'EM ALIVE."
25 CENTS EACH.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOB. FOBT AND KINO STS.
Fresh Milch Cows and Fine-Bred
Young Island Bulls.
Coyne Furniture Co.
For Fine Furniture
MISS POWER'S, Boston bldg.
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO,, LTD,
"'For Rant" cards on salt at
.he Bulletin omce.
LOCAL AND OBNEBAL
Few people know or core what you
have to offer or what you seekfl until
you tell them about it in a Bulletin
Symphony rehearsal this evening.
Panama hata cleaned at the Globe.
Deutynu, tho Lest chewing gum In
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Mrs. I.uther Aungst of Hoolualoa I?
IMtlng In tlio city.
Ring up Scotty'g when you want &
good auto ride. Phone 107.
Putnam Health 1111a make rich
blood: flOc. a package. Try them.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, R. P. O
E will meet In ElkB' Hall at 7:30 this
Oahu I-odge No. 1, K. of P., will
meet In K. of P, Hall at 7:30 this
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
Your last chance to get bargains In
the big clearance Bale at Mom's will
be gone nftcr tomorrow.
"Drink and the world drinks with
you." The Honolulu world Is drink'
Ing at the Fashion Balloon,
Repairing all kinds of typewriters,
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. Phone 143.
If you lovo pine uutB, call up .1. M.
Lovy & Co., family grocers. They
havo a frcBh lot just In off tho Ala
meda. C. Hedcmann last evening addressed
the Hawaiian Engineering Associa
tion on sugar machines now used In
the best Cuban factories
Mr. and Mrs. Crane will tender a re
ception to tho members nnd friends of
tho First Methodist Church. 408 Uere
tanla avenue this evening.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprlsod at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
We have a new stock ot paJamaB ot
the finest material and make. Here's
where jou get renl worth for your
money. They are In niadraB, flannel,
and mercerized goods.
Tho young man who Is looking for
style, ease, and wear In a dressy shoe
will do well to look at the Vlcl Kid,
No. 533, In the windows of the Munu
tncturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
Tho White Family Rotary (lock anil
chain stitch) Is tho best sowing ma
chine In tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12C6, Fort street. Phono 488.
Piano and furniture moving done by
the Union-Pacific Transfer Co. Only
careful, experienced men employed.
All modern tools and moving appli
ances. .Lowest prices. Phone 58.
Refrigerator economy means not
what you paid for tho refrigerator
originally, but what It saves you In
time, labor, ice bills, and food. Fig
uring that way, tho Leonard refriger
ator Is the cheapest.
Tho sale ot Tanuan, the best and
cheapest mineral water on the market
has far exceeded the moBt optimistic
hopes of the agents an order for one
thousand cases was wired to Kobe,
Japnn the other day.
Frank Mills begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that be Is no
longer connected with the Union Hack
Stand. Leave orders for anyone of
his two machines with the Territorial
Messenger Service, Phone 361, any
hour, day or night
Mrs. Mary Ann Kaneuhalanl died
Thursday morning at C o'clock. Tbo
funeral will take placo Sunday from
tho undertaking parlors of H. H. Wil
liams. Members of Hul Kokua Hoo
kuonoono o nn Wahlno Olwt Hawaii
are requested to attend.
Tbo Kamchameha Alumni Assocla
tlon will have a special meeting at
their clubhouso on Fort street tlitu
evening at 7:30. Important bmlnesB
Tho by-laws, Initiation of new mem
bcrs, track meet and other matters
will be dealt with. All members are
nrged to be present.
Careful ladles buy their dry goods
and trimmings where they get them
cheapost. I. Ahoy, Nuuanu below
Hotel, has the popular store just now.
Cot rid ot bugs and nnts and have
your houso cleaner than over. Rough-on-Dugs,
Ant Poison and Uuglne will
do tho work. Oct thorn at BenBOn,
Smith &Co Ltd., 25 cents each.
Flno line of blown glass thin tum
blers at tho big crockery emporium of
LewU & Co., Ltd,, at 60 cents per
dozen! A special sale is now on of
this superior line, which was formerly
75o per dozen. Also a fine Hue of
glassware and crockery at reduced
prices. Come in and see the fine
stock wo are carrying. Telephone
240. 169 King street.
Arrangements woro made yesterday
for the temperance meeting at tho
Central Union Church when A. L. C.
Atkinson Is to make his debut as a
temperance oratrr, President J. W,
Wad man will preside and the entire
time will bo devoted to the speakers.
Hon, John O, Woolloy, the superinten
dent, will be tho principal speaker. It
was also reported by tho committee
that this mass meeting is to be fol
lowed by a number of Sunday evening
and other rallies In the Mothodlst,
Christian, Hawaiian, Portuguese, Chi
nese, Japanese and Korean churches,
Mr. Woolloy will complete his school
campaign In Hawaii, After this def
inite plane will be made for carrying
on the campaign In behalf of a local
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTEHS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST, PHONE 525,
YOU OWE ME
a visit and you owe it to your eyes
You go to the dentist every six
months to be sure that your teeth
arc all right; or you should, if you
HOW ABOUT YOUR EYES ? Would
you rather loec a tooth, or an eyet
ft, N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v.llh their new FRENCH dry eleanlnn
258 Deretanla St.
FOR LENTEN SEASON
Salmon Bellies, Smoked Bloaters,
Salt Mackerel, Smoked Herring,
Codfish, Smoked Salmon
'.''' -. ALSO A COMPLETE VABIETY OF
Fish, Clams and Oysters
IN TINS, AND A FULL LINE OF
Fancy and Standard Cheese
OF EVERY VARIETY
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
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CONGRESSMAN HOBSON, ONE OF HAWAII'S PEARL HARBOR
WASHINGTON, D. t, March 1 J. llefore tho special committee of
Congress Investigating the charges o f graft brought by Congressman Lll
ley against the Klectrlc Submarine (..oinpnny. Captain Hobson, now u
member of Congress, testified that the Eletfrlc Company hud promised to
sucuie for him ficmi Speaker Canno j an appointment as a member of
the Kuv.il Comniltteo If he would jmp port the company In return and uso
his Influence to securo them orders for submarines.
The Lllley resolution follows:
"Whereas, secret Government contracting Is against public policy
nnd the specific provisions of the Ho vised Statutes, tectlons 512, 515 and
!74 4, 3745, which provldo that pupeis on (He may be examined by any
person de3lrlng to do so, and that copies thereof Bhall bo furnished upon
payment of certain fees;
"Resolved, That the Secretary of the Navy is hereby directed to In
form the Houso of Representatives whether $745.1." per ton is u reason
able price for octopus type of submarines; what price per ton is being
paid for octopus type submarines; whether $3,500,000 Is excessive for
tight octopus type submarines; what repairs have beon made on each
tubmarinu, why, when, where, stml with wlmt result; bow many days each
submailne has been In nctlvo commission; how many days oach submar
ine has been out of commission nnd why; what accidents each uubmarlns
has had, tho nature thorcof nnd cauces thereof; what contracts have
been made for submurlnes; what prices havo been paid per ton for oach
Lubmarlne built or contracted for; what submarines are available for
use; whut submarines uro not avail able for use, and why; and to trans
mit verbatim copies ot overything o n file In the Navy Department relat
ing to submnrlno boatB, with tho exception (rf detailed plans thereof, but
not excepting reports relating to the performances of euch subumrlne
accidents thereto, repairs thereon, a ml condition thereof, nnd tho speci
WAENED AGAINST SOCIALISM
LONDON, Kngland, March 12. lxrd Rosebery, In nn address to
day, warned tho country ugainbt the growing menace of socialism, 'say
ing that although protection was nn evil and n eourpo of corruption it
was preferable to socialism. In his address ho opposed the movement
among tho Liberals for the nbolltlo n ot tho Houso ot Lords.
SIX CHINESE BUENED TO DEATH
MARVSVILLK, Cal March 12. Six Chinamen were burned to
death lu a firo hero today,
CLARENCE W. MACFABLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. '
The Bcsti Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. C:2 NUUANU.
Bribe For Vote
OABLE EEP0ET OF SAN
Monday, Marcn u.
GRAYS HARUOR Sallod March 5:
liclir Andy Mahoncy, for Honolulu.
HAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 7:
A H. S. S. Columbian for Seattle.
Tuesday, March 10.
SAN FRANCISCO-!-Salled .March 10.
P M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
IM.O Arrived March 9;
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from San
Wednesday, March 11.
SAN DIKQO Arrived March 10:
A.-H. S. S. Arlionan, from Snllnn
SAN Dli:00 Sailed March 10:
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonan, for San Fran
cisco. BEATTLB Arrived March 10:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, from San
VICTORIA Arrived Maxell 10:
Dr. S. S. Moana, heuco March 3.
KAHULUI Sailed March 9:
A.-H. 8. S. Toxan, for Hllo.
KAHULUI Arrived March 11:
Am. S. S. Santa Rltdrfrom Port Har
IIILO Arrived March 10.
A.-H. S, S. Texan, from Kahulul.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 11:
Am. S. S. Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed March 11:
Dr. S. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
Thursday. Mareri 19.
SAN FRANCISCO-rArrlved March 12:
Friday, March 13.
YOKOHAMA Arrived March 13:
P. M. S. S. Koiea, hence. March 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March 13:
S. S. Manchuria, benco March 7.
Am. bk. St. Katherjne, from Hllo
KAHULUI Sailed Mnrch 12:
Am, S. S. Snuta It It a.
X H SI K K SS SWXMJiSKS
( WATERFRONT NOTES X
AS A RESULT of tho fact that Cnn-
tnin Lynam of tho transport Thomas
refused to uutlo a lino behind the
Iroquois, claiming that tho boat could
pass over It when It was loosened and
sunk, Admiral Very ordered It cut ami
It was. It was Just before the Iroquois
sr.ueti, and Captain Carter noticed
that a lino from tho Thomas would
Interfere "with his clear passage out
from tho dock, so h called to tho
transport's captain ask'lng him to un
tie tho rope. This Captain Lynam
said wns not necessary. He Bald he
would Jooscn tho ropo nnd let It sink
to the bottom, theroby allowing the
tug to pass over. , Ho said that the
ropo was made fast'by th'o harbormas
ter, and he could not let It go" without
tho consent of the' latter. Admiral
Very was then sent for, nnd he also
ordered tho transport cantaln to untie
tho rope, and again camo the refusal.
Then the-Admiral ordered the rope
cut, and lbme,"salIors' Wero Bent' 'out
to do tho work. The cut it In twnln
with nn axe, and the Iroquois backed
unobstructed out from her dock. Cap
tain Lynam stated thnt in nil his fifty
years' exprlenco on tho sen, he had
never beforo seen n lino cut under
such circumstance before.
TWO SCORE PASSENOERS, half
of whom aro booked for Now Zoaland
and Australia, are to Ball In the
Oceanic liner Mariposa next Monday
for Tahiti, in tho South Seas.
Those bound for the colonies will
have a six-days' wait on tne Island be
fore connecting with the steamer run
ning to Auckland, but oven consider
ing this delay !!! arrive at their des
tlnatlon almost as quickly as would be
possible by way of Vancouver nnd
Honolulu. Arrangements havo been
mndo by tho Spreckels Company to
connect promptly nt Tahiti on tho next
voyngo of the Mariposa with lha
steamor to New Zealand, nnd mall as
wen as passengers for tho Antipodes
will be carried. Examiner.
THE AMERICAN-f?AWAIIAN com
pany's steamer Vlrglplan arrived here
this afternoon on her first voyago to
Honolulu. Sho Is the boat which tho
company had thought to put in the pas-
Benger seivlco. but on later Investiga
tion, It was found Impracticable to
curry out tho Idea. C. P. Moreo, local
agent of the company, stated to n 11 u 1
1 e 1 1 n representative that there was
no likelihood, bo far as ho know, of
tho Virginian going Into tho passen
ger service. Sho did not bring very
much frlenght from Snn Francisco, on
pecount ot the leaving ot tho Nebras
ka!! Just beforo her. The latter boat
carried tho most of the freight.
THE TRANSPORT THOMAS will
call for the Philippines tomorrow
morning nt 11 o'clock. It wns nt first
supposed that shu might not bo able
to get uway before Monday morning
on account of tho fact that sho had
1200 tonB of coal to take aboard here.
However, tho word comes from the of
fice of Captain Humphreys, who has
charge of nil transports hero when
they aro In port, that the big boat
with her great load will not sail until
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Tempernturos 0 u. m., 72; 8 a, m
74; 10 a. m., 75; noon 7G; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.98; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., 7.015 grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 n. m
84 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in,, C9.
Wind G a. m., velocity 7, direction
S. E.; 8 a. m voloclty 10, direction
8. E.; 10 a. m., velocity 18, direction
S. B.; noon, voloclty 18, direction 8. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m Trace, t
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 249 miles.
WM, R. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau
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6 00 6 09
l to s so I is
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First quarter of'tho moon Mnr. 9.
Hawaiian standard time Is lo hums
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
time, being that ot tho meridian ot 167
icgrces 30 minutos. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m which Is the same
as Grconwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local tlmo for the
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a 5t n r m a k k a h k b h si h m
Thursday, Morch 12.
Stllir. Mfllinn tfpn. T,VAminn frmti
Snn Francisco, 0 p. ni.
Friday, March 13.
S. S. Nlnnon Mnru. Groom- from Di.
lent, 9 n. m.
A.-H. S. S. Virginian, Colcord, from
Snn Francisco, p. 111.
Stinr. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson, from
Konn, Kau and Maul ports, a. tn,
8tmr, Nllhau, from Annnola, a. m.
It 181 M K R 55 X X M M '! 30 M K K
X ' t TVF.PATJT'Pn it
H n M K M )C W M 30 X M K HI M K 1C
Thursday, March 12.
Stmr. LJkellke, Naopala, for Kuka
lau and Kohalalclo, 5 p. m.
U. 8. S. Iroquois, Carter, for Mid
way, 3 ji. m,
SJdMMKMKWS: 31 ,M 3 it S X M
it SAit.iwn TnrtAv at
Stmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, for Maul
ports and Hllo, 5 p. m. .
T. K. K. 8. 8. Nippon. Mnru, for
K DUE TOMORROW
3C 30 300C J K X K 30 M M K K 3C S
Stmr. KInau, Clarke, from Hllo nnd
Stmr. Despatch, from Kauai.
A.-H. 8. 8. Ncbraskan, from San
A.-H. 8. 8. Virginian, from San
K SAILING TOMORROW w
;t s a jx 3c 3c ; m x a 3s 3 ai k 38 a a
T. K. K. 8. 8. Nippon Mnru, Greene,
for Sun Francisco, 2 p. m.
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, fbr Philippines,
auam, Hollo and Manila, 12 m.
K R IS K 3J J3 K X3K M 35 K V K B M
Per S. S. Nippon Maru. from tbo
Orient, March 13. Through: Capt.
Andrews, P. s. J. IJnnnestor, Capt,
Etepleton Dretherton, Miss L. Carroll,
R. V. Eunsberger, wife nnd child, Mrs.
W. C. Gibbs, Miss II. E. Glbbs, K.
Hascgawa and servant, Master Wil
liam Howard, Commander K. Ide, I. J.
N., W. Johnson, E. J. Moss, W. J.
Rogders, Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs nnd two
children, Miss Hatsu Salto. A. C. So
mis, D. W. Stevens, K. Yasuoka. For
Honolulu- O. Ilrownley, Miss Dottlo
Drown, MIsb Lily Boll, Master Frank
Cherry, E. J. Choster, Mrs. Nelllo
Chester, Miss Allco Connelly, Master
Victor Costello, Chas. T. Counsell,
Miss Emmie Davis, Master Chus. pon
nghey, Master Lesllo Donaghey, Miss
Ireno Flnley, Miss Masslo Finley, Mas
ter Toney Fordo, Miss Vera Forde, Al
fred Colliding, W. II, Heen, Master
Frederick Helntz, Master John Helntz,
Miss Ada Hind. Miss Gladys Hind,
Miss Violet Jones, E. 8. M. Lovelace,
Miss Clarn McGorllch, Mnster Tedfdlo
McNamara, Miss OIIvq Moore, Miss
Eva' Mooro, Miss Ethol Naylor, Miss
Eileen Perkins, Miss-Grace Perklnx,
A. H. Pollard, J. F. F. Pollard. Mrs.
J, F. V. Pollard ahd Infant,. Miss Eva
Pollard, Miss Dorard Stewart, Miss
Emma Thorn, MIbs Josle Walsh, Miss
Per stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerson,
Irom Kona ajid Kau. March 13. Col.
Sum Norrls. Geo. W. Carr, Miss M.
Hooper," Mrs". F. l.lftee, T. C. White,
Mrs. A. F. I.lndcr, L. A. Thurston,
Master L. Thurston, Judge J. O. Mat
thowman, R. A. McWaype, Capt. J. It.
McCauloy, Mrs. F. A. Harndeif, L. M.
Baldwin, .Ins. Coke, Jas. Morso, M,
MorBe. M. Froar, L. Wright, B. Junmy,
55 deck passonRcra.'
M PASSENGERS BOOKED 1
3J M 3 X X X J i M M M M 3SI IK 3C n
Por Btmr. Claudlue, for Hllo ami
Maul ports, March 13. Dr. F. II.
Clarke, J. Wilder, .Judgi- -A. N. Kopol
kal, J. M, Vivas, D. H. Cubo, Enos Vin
cent, C C. Kennedy and wlfo, J,,W.
Wnldron, A. Hanoberg, L. Hclbusb,
Por Btmr, Mlkahala, for Kauai,
March 12. Miss Aldrlch, Thoo. Wolff,
E. A. Knudscu, Mrs. Cushlngham, and
Infant, A. C. Jordan, J. H. Walo, IJ1
llan Aklnu, Mrs. C. N. Spitz, F. K.
Lyman, R. Ivers, R. M, Isenberg.
Tha receiver resists efforts ot an
Oakland bank to establish preferred
claim against defunct Qillfornla safe
If sufficient orders are received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-oycle high-grade gag engine, com
plete for $225.
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works, r
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