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nvRNiNo nui.i.ETm, Honolulu, t. h., Monday, MAncii 2.1, ions.
Rose Croix 1th Degree
Oceinlc Third Degree.
All visiting members of die
order are cordially Invited to
attond meetings of local lodges
UARMONY LODGE, If). 3, 1. 0, 0. F,
Moots every Monday evening nt
7:30 Id I O 0. Y. lLill, Tort Stieet
I) It Ili:.l)llY, Secretary
ih:n. r vicKEits, n u.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LdDOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every lucsdny evening nt
i:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Unit, cor
Fort and Ileretanlr.. Visiting broth
ers coidlully Incited to attend.
V. L. I.YLB, CO,
T. U'ALURON, K II 3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of I. Hall, corner foil
and lleretiinla. Visiting brothois
cordially Invited to nttend.
a a uKi:uiNn, cc,
jas w. wiriTi:, ic.u.s.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E
'lnnolulu Lodgo No. C1C, 11. P. O
12., will meet In tlietr hall on King
roar Fort street over Friday evon
Oy order of the U II.
1IAIIRY A. WILDI3K.
K. K. RICHARUSON, 52. 11.
2 !t M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P,
Meets every Saturday evening nC
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1 Hall, cor
Fort and Horotnnla. Visiting broth
M cordially Invited to attend.
w. i.. fuazdi:. cc,
13. A. JACOUSON, K.Il.8.
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. or I. Hall, corner
Uerotnnla nnd I'ort streets.
Visiting Kaglcs aio Invited to at
Send. w. i. ritAzni:. w, i'ret. -
II. T. MOOR13, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every rtrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knight of
fythlan Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
lj dlally Invited to nttend.
J. W. ASCII Sachem.
A 13. Ml'Iti'IIY, C. of n.
Send in your orders at once ta
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St , bet. Alakea and Smith.
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Precious Stones
nnd Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows.
K 1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
rv&mwrmisxxs&njt vu vesaau
j A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS TOR ITSELF.
j TOM SHARP,
wakes good signs.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pejnmas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of the Cvenlnn
Bulletin 0'vei a compete summary ?i
the news of the cay.
Wliil In Mill I liUMWHH iW
I Go Carts
h-tng and Bethel Sts.
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
nrc still on sale and more pop
ular than ever.
SOLD ONLY BY
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
EASTERN and PARISIAN,
MISS POWER'S . . Boston Bldg.
It will build you up
r CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
1 FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
For Hire or Sale
Driving nnd Saddle Horses. Rigs of
A.u junus. uarctui xmvers.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSBLDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
Ejy"For flent" earda on aale at
.ie bulletin ofrics.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Help your favorite newsboys to
win a bicycle or a suit of clothes, by
buying a Bulletin.
Panama hnta cleaned at tlio Globe,
Ladles' estn mi Halo nt Whilno) &
Marsh's on Monda).
Rainier In about the liost and pur
est beer Mild In Honolulu
King ii i Scntty'8 when you want a
good nutu ride. I'liono 107.
Chns (!i ranio over fiom l.anal nil
Iho steamer Iwnlnnl ostcrdny
Lot near Countiy Club In N'uunmi
for nalo Tient Tnmt Co, Ltd.
James Cook of Wnltnon, Kauai, Is In
town having arrived )esterdny
l'utnum Health 1'lllu make rich
blood, BOc. n pachnge. Try them
S II l'lijljamu wan a passenger In
In Iwal.inl. which arrived jestcnlaj
A laro chance to purchase a koa
wood camera. See l'or Sale, this In
To keep u pleasant Innle In the
mouth all tlio tlmo, Just chow Dent) no
.Mr. and Mrs S. 1C. Kalelmaknlll
funic heie on tlio Hall yestordn) fiom
Take ndvantiigo of tlio rediirtlon In
price on rep.iltlng shucs at tlio Hen
Murlno i:uglncers' lU'iicflclnl Abhi
elation will meet In K. or P. Hall thin
evening nt 7:30.
M II Fernniido7, proprietor of Kn
I'.ila Btorc, arrived In the Hall from
It. W. T. Puivls and wlfo were pas
sengers In the Hull, which arrived
from Knniil jeslerd.ij.
A nlcojiot lunch, whether jou liny n
drink or not, In nerved dally from I to
C at the Fnslilon Saloon.
There will lie a meeting of Hnrmnuv
Lodge No. 3,- I. O. O. 11 In Odd Pel
lows' Hall at 7.30 this ovenlim
Qiu'i'ii l.llluokntaul will ho a passon
ger on tlio Inter-Island Ilagshlp Manila
Ken, which sails at noon tomorrow.
Mi mill Mrs. It. W. T Purvis and
Miss Purvis were iimong the pnssen
geis In the W. O Halt from Kmml )os
terdnv. Karl Itncndahl nnd Miss Irene Lewis
of liana were married by Hov. V Ault
nt the lioine of Dr. nnd Mrs. Dens on
The meeting of tlio Daughters of the
Iteviiliitlou Is postponed till Thursday
afternoon, nt 3 30 o'clock, at tlio rcsl
cieiico of Mrs. V. W. Hall.
Today the special sale of vvhlto
I'astcr dresses and dress goods began
at Sachs, with big cuts In tlio prices
that mo attracting man) shoppers.
The meeting of tlio Honolulu Hon
pltul I'lower Society called for 3
o'e ock this afternoon will bo held In
the looms of tlio Associated Chailtlcs.
Tom Qiilnu has gone Into the nutu
hack business with n lino four-passenger
Ilulck and Is prepared to furnish
the best possible tervlco. Phone 301.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arnblc"
Yoii Vflll be sururlBod nt Its coollne,
ami preservative properties. California
Peed Co . agents.
The Kiuii baseball Ic.im will prac
tise at the llaseball Park this after
noon Ileic.ifter they will practise
c u Mondu)s and Thursd,i)s.
Tlio White Pnmlly notary (lock and
clinln stitch) in tlio best sorting ma
chine In tlio world. Ilcnny & Co., Ltd.,
tgonts, 126C, Port strcot. Phono 4S8.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Col and Mrs do la Vergno :u rived
in Llliuo last Wednesday They will
leninlu dining tlio tlmo Hov and Mrs
II Iseuberg are absent and occupy
Humpies freo at Low Is & Co.. Ltd.,
1C9 King stieet, of the famous lluck
head Lltlila Water, which Is bottled nt
the springs In new buttles at Cen
(let tlio chlldicn a table lamp to do
llieli homo work by. The Hawaiian
I'lcctrlc Company has just- reduced
the pi Ice of a verj neat and service
ublo lump to $2 SO.
A grand lunii will ho given by tlio
directors of Kiipiolanl Maternity Homo
nt the institution on Saturday next
1 1 nm 12 to 5 o'clock, further partic
ulars will appear later.
No huo and cry would bo mined for
Prohibition If every saloon In Hono
lulu were conducted an decently as
tlio Hoffman, and If nil tlio liquor sold
In town was as pure as that vended
at tlio lesort named.
The funeral or the lato Mrs. A. 11.
Clark will tako placo fiom the resi
dence, M iino.i Valley, at 3:35 this af
ternoon. Interment nt Nuuami ceme
tery will bo pilvnte, but friends nro
Invited to attend tlio bci vices nt tlio
At the .Miller stieet tennis courts
Saturday 11. Phillip won from J. II.
Ficltns by default; A. Soirao beat
.1 13. Santos to tlio tune of 7-1 Ii, 0-0,
-'; nnd M. Fonoiru beat M. Phillip
to the tune of 12-10, G-0.
Tlio purser of the steamer W. (1.
Hall repotted tlio follow lug sugar
leady for shipment on Kauai K. P.,
7C50, M. S. Co, 11.000; K. S C... 4000;
O P, 3S73; P. L. 12.7U,; 11. M.. H",,
217. Milk., 20.703, a. &H., G02I; Mcll.,
dcnoinl nnd Mis. Whednn of Louis
ville, Ky , arrived In tlio China tills
morning mid nro stopping at tlio Alex
ander Young Thev will remain lieio
until the next Manchuria, when they
will icbiimo thulr tour around tlio
vvoi Id via Suez and Now York.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
3 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525,
an age of Specialists. One man can't
know all about everything. If your
eyes need attention, take them to an
Optician. Select a reliable one, one
who is competent and up-to-date.
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING;
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning.
258 Deretanla St. Phone 140 1.
Chinese Are Aroused
CANTON, China. March 22 -Uicnt indignation is felt hero nt tho
vlcldlng of iho Chinese Covcriimeiit In Us dispute with Japan over tho
cclzuio of tho Tatsu Mnru. Meetings wcio held today, which 50,000
persons nttended nnd npplnudcd the denunciations of tho government
for Its backdown by tho various orators.
ItPbolutlons were passed declaring u boycott on .Japanese goods and
recommending the Impeachment of Yuan Hhlkul.
WASHINGTON. 1) C, March B I. It Is reported that President P.oo
sovelt will recommend that Congress pass u declaration In favor of tho
revision of tho tariff to be ilnno nt u special session to bo called In
1909, at which session eau also be taken up the question of limiting tho
power of the couits in Issuing Injunctions In labor disputes, tho passago
of a now employers Liability bill to eliminate the portions making tho
present one uncoiibtltutlonal nnd the eoii'Iderntlon uf the Aldricli llnau
King Manuel May Loose Arm
LISHON, Portugal March 22. The condition of tho wound recelvod
by King Manuel, at the time of tho nusasslnntlnn of his father nnd
older brother, ond when ho was fighting on" tho assassins with a revol
ver. Is growing woiho nnd blood pot toning has set In. It Is probable that
Ills ihs!clnns will decide that tho amputation of his arm will bo neccs-niry.
Littlefield Has Resigned
HOCKLANI), Maine. March 22.- Congressman Llttlellcld has ro
Hlgned fiom his seat In tho House Haloid Sovvnll, who was at one tlmo
tlio United States Minister to Hawa II, Is a candidate for his beat.
Admiral Very Detached
WASHINGTON, D. CMnrch 21. Tho order hns been Issued by the
Navy Depaitment detaching Admiral Very from tho command of tho N.i
val Station nt Honolulu nnd appointing Captain llecs to succeed him.
m i i
JAPANESE PASSENGERS GO DOWN
TOKIO, .Inpan. March 22. Tho steamships Mutsti Mnru and lllilo
oslio Mnru (olllded near Hakodate today, tho Mutsu Marti being dam
aged so severely that she Mink Immediately nftcr tho two vessels camo
together. Her captain nnd n innjiulty of her 211 passengers nnd the
13 of tho crew were diiiwncd. The mil Ivors were rescued by boats from
the Hldejoshe M.iru.
TWO NEVADA MINERS ROBBED
IU'NO, Ncvnda, Mnrch 22. Two miners, wero hold up nnd robbed
hero today by three bandits, tho robbers succeeding In getting away
with $17,000, tho largo bum nf money represented being taken Ut- tho
mines to meet tho pa) rolls. '
ROBBED GREAT NORTHERN TRAIN
HKLI'NA, Montana, March 21. (leorgo rrnnkh.uiser nnd Charles
McDonald, who lobbed a (Ircat Northern tialn and been led $10, 000., and
who wcio bcrvlng a scntciico for the lobbcry, escaped from Jail hero to
i , . i m
WILL EXONERATE JUDGE WILFLEY
WASHINOTQN, I). C. Mnrch 21 It Is repoited that Judgo Wllflcy
will bo exonei.itcil in tlio ropoit to bo probented on the Impeachment
proceedings brought against Ii tin by Loirln Andrews.
SENATOR BRYAN IS DEAD
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 22. -Senntor Ilryan, who was chosen
cnly recently to fill a vacancy In the Senatorial representation fiom
I'lorld.i, died today fiom tjphold fever. .
CUBAN SUGAR CROP SHORT
HAVANA, Cuba, Moich 21 Tho Cuban sugur crop for 1908, ac
cording to estimates, will bo fifil), 000 tons less than the cropof 1907. The
Lhoitago will bo on account of di ought
FORTIFICATIONS PASS THE HOUSE
WASHINGTON, I). C, Maich 21 Tho KortllUntlon bill, carrying
Items aggregated $1,100,000. for fortlllcntlons In Hawaii, passed In tho
INTERSTATE COMMERCE AND STEAMSHIPS
WASHINGTON, I). C, Mnrch 22. The Intorstnto Commerco Com
mission has decided that It lina no Ju ilsdlctlon over ocean transportation.
MUST SHUT DOWN ON OPIUM
PI'KIN, China, Mnrch 22. An order has been Issued from tho
tin one to decroaso the Impoitntlon of opium into China.
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NAPHTHA EXPLOSION KILLS ELEVEN
IIAKU, ItiiBsla. March 22. As a result of an explosion of naphtha
at Ii.tlacharl today, eleven men wero killed,
LA GUAYRA FREE FROM PLAGUE -LA
OUAYKA, Vencnuola, Muich 22. This poit was declared today
to bo fieo from plague.
LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS PASSED
WASHINGTON, U. C, March 2 1 Tho legislative appropriation
bill, chrrylng $33,000,000., has passed In tho Somite.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CICJAR STORE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG0O1I BLOCK.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, March 23.
s.t; FHANCISCO Arrived March 22:
Am schr. Hobcrt Lowers, hence
IAN PHANCISCO Sailed March 21!
Am. bktno. Coronado, for Honolulu,
POUT HAlirOItt) Arrived March 22:
Am S. 8. Snntn Rita, from Kahulul,
l.'ILO Sullod, Mnrch 19:
Am. bk. Albert, for Kununpnll.
IIILO Sailed, March 17:
S. S. I'ntorprlso. for San Krnnclsco
IIILO Arrived, March 10:
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Arrived Marcfh 19:
Am. hk. Mohican, from Han Krun
nt.KllLB Anlvcd March 20.
tlr S. S. Adnto, fiom New castle.
KAHULUI Arrived March 14:
Chehalls, from Nltrato ports.
KAHULUI-Sailed March 21:
Chchnlls, for Makawcll.
SAN DfKGO Arrived, Maich 22:
A.-IL S. S. Mexican from Snlliin
h K tt !t K R H Jl R M 25 K K ".1
it WATERFRONT NOTES
M a 5JI 85 SS K M 18 W M W K M K
TUB PAC1PIC MAIL liner China
(nine In early this morning fiom thu
Coast and was docked at tho Channel
Wharf. She had on board twenty-seven
passengers for Honolulu, fourteen
of whom uro laj overs. Threo hundred
and eleven bags of mall wero brought
down, nnd between forty nnd fifty tons
of freight will bo discharged hero. Tho
most of tho latter consists of Scotch
whiskey. More preparations for the
coming of tho fleet. Purser I'recninn
doesn't like the Idea of having a small
passenger 1st every trip from the
Coast. He saj u that a great many
peoplo como down on tho Mnnchurla
simply because It la a largo vessel,
while If they only knew It, butter ac
commodations would In: nt their dis
posal if they would come on tho China,
"Sho (tho China) is the best ship on
the Pacific for accommodations," main
tains Mr Freeman. A Chlncso desert
er from tho ciovv of tho China was re-
leported to tho authorities. Good
weather vvus experienced nil tho way
down fiom tho Coast, She sails nt 5
o'clock this evening.
Wouldn't it bo absurd If whilst on a
trip through tho country wo saw a
crowd of haymakers suddenly throw
down their pitchforks and start sing
ing and dancing. And woulilnt It be
lather awkward if In tho midst of n
naval battle tho entire crow of tho
flagship, led by the Admiral hi nisei f,
burst forth Into a chorus, singing of
tho "Girl With tho Nut Ilrovvn Hves."
And Net tho "Merry Ha) makers"
and "I'olllcklng Jack Turs" of comic
opera are over favorites In tho hearts
of tho theatergoing public, so what
matter If they do do things rather In
apropos. It all ends happily. The liny
finally is made, tho battle Is won (how
wo must only Imagine) and ".lack"
mairlcs "Kitty" "So and So" made
n hit, nnd tho whole thing was beau
tifully staged, don't jou thing?
In tho "Mascot." which will shortly
bo produced for the Kunalu lloat Club,
wo will hnvo tho merry merry vlllng
ers, and Instead of tho sailors, tho sol
diers will bo seen. Ilesldcs these
"stanples," os It were, thcro will be
courtiers who court, princes who
in luce, and gambolcrs who gambol on
tho vlllngo green. (Chief of Police
The Mnscot will, without n doubt,
"mnko good. Tho songs nro pretty,
tho music good. Tho wholo will bo
staged on a ginnd scnlo seldom seen
In Honolulu. Such well known nmn
tours us Mrs. I,. It. Crook, "Sonny"
Cunha, Hugo Hcrzcr and Jus. D.
Dougherty will have leading parts mid
tho chorus Is to u great extent mudo
u)i of old hands nt tlio game.
Somu very up-to-date vaudeville will
bo introduced nnd it Is safo to say tho
audience will have more than one sur
prise on tho night tho "Mascot" is
ti fir Vf
This evening nt 7:30 tlio Hawaiian
bund will play the following program
at I'liima Squaro:
March "On Paindo" Ilohm
Sketch "Erin roroci"...Myddloton
Waltz "Cupid's Ai lows" Colo
Selection "Madame lliitterily" ....
Vocal Hawaiian Songs...ar. by llerger
Intermezzo "In Summer by tho.
riuiile "Cuirassiers Attack" .. ..
, . , , nilenborg
"Tho Star Spangled Runner "
"GEISHA GIRL" TONIGHT.
"Tho Geisha Girl" will bo performed
tonight by tlio clover Lilliputians at
tho Orpheiim and will bo repeated to
morrow night. This delightful opera
has never failed to pleaso and will bo
popular for many years to come. It Is
ono of tho strongest pieces In the rop
urtolie of tho Lilliputian Co,
Wednesday's matlneo will be "In
Town" and there will bo n special mat
lneo performance of "riorodoia" Fri
It hns Just been learned at Chat
tanooga, Tenn., that Chief Justice
Nicholson In 1879 wroto an opinion
affirming the death sentence or An
drew Smith, colorod, while In a som
j; k u i 12 a a iC if SC 2 3C i W M M
Monday, Mnrch 23.
l. M. R. S. Chlnn. Pride from Sim
Francisco, 8.30 n m.
Sunday, jvinrcn ..
Hlnir. W G. Hall. Thompson, from
Knual, at I a. m.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, from
excursion nround Knual, nt 0:30 n. in.
Slnir. Ivvn nil . 8c f. from MOIOKM
mid Maul ports, nt 3:35 a. m.
Stmr. LIKellko, Naopaia, irom jui
wall ports, nt 2 P m.
Stmr. Maul. Hruhn, from Hawaii
ports, at 5 a. m.
Am bk Amy Turner, wnrinno, irum
San Francisco, at 8 a. in.
- - -
W Jfi K (, K M K K 5S W M K M M rt 3!
K DEPARTED '
X ft K K 3C It 5V It M K M 3d M M 75
Simdn), March 22.
Schr. Rob Roy, for Oaliu ports, at
7:30 a in.
X DUE TODAY N
Stmr. Klnnu, Clarke, from IIIIo.
JT 3C 30 3C J5 X rf K X 58 J! 38 3t 5C K '
x if x siiftaiJ
Mntson S. S. Hllonlnn, Johnson, for
San Francisco, 10 n. in
Stmr. Manila Kea, Freeman, for I Mo
and way ports.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, for Knual, R p. m.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Self, for Mnul and
h x v, x j k, x n a a v, x x is
O. S, S Alameda, Dovvdcll, from Sail
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
From San Francisco, per S. S.
Chlnn, March 23. For Honolulu- F.
A. Alexander, W It. Ilooth. Mis. W. It.
Dentil, B. F Clnwson, Mrs G. L. Com
po nnd Infant, J. 11. Jutlil, Mrs. .1. It.
Judd, Miss M Kinney, Alexander
Logic, Miss 1 Logic. Miss It. L)ou,
M. II. Spilng, Mrs. M. H. Spring, A.
II Wagner. II. G. Plunimcr. For Y(
kohnma: IMwIti Ilalmor, .Miss Until
II ilmer, Mrs. Ada M. Clark, 13r. A. J.
Now ell, I)r Mary R. Newell, T. Uchl
da, Miss lUhol Waldron, Miss Cnrrlo
Waldron For Kobe: Mrs. It. C. Mill
ion nnd Infant, For Shanghai: O. A.
Steven, Miss Alice 13. Traub. For
Hongkong: Arthur L. Alexander, C.
13. Crane, Mrs. C. 13. Crane, Chns. Con
ran, Louis O. Deadlier, Z. G Dunn,
Mis. Z (1. Dunn, 13. 13. Fisher, Mis.
E. 13. Fisher, Liang Ilsiin, Mrs. Liang
Humi and servant, Master Llung Yung,
Miss I.lll Liang, K. C. 1), John W.
Mcrrlam. Mrs John W Merrlnm. Fritz
L. Reed, Mrs. A. I Tn)lor, A. WhOdon,
Mrs. A. Whpdim.
Per stmr. W. G. Ilnll, fiom Knual
liorts, Miirch 22. A. J. nulling. Miss
R. Anton, Till On, Chlng Will, II. An
dermanii, Miss Purvis, T. Wolff, S. K.
Knlclmnkalu nnd wife, Ing Kwnl, A.
K. Chock, M. 11. Fernandez. R. W. T.
Purvis and wlfo, Up. M. GIttcl; 26
Per stmr. Iwnlanl, from Maul nnd
Molokal, March 22. Chns, Gay, K. Sn
jogusa, S II. nijlynmu; 18 deck.
The Bitting flfiiro of Lincoln, mndo
for tho John Crcrar fund of Chicago,
was one of the chief features at an
exhibition of tho vvoiks of St Gnu
dons, tho hculptor, opened In Now
We will build for you anything
you need in the boat line at a price
which cannot fail to give satisfac
tion. Anything from a canoe to an
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
Cooking. It costs
L'ss than any other.
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