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Oceanic Third Dcnrec ! ? .
'I Ml'USOAV I
Perfection Retjular, 7:33. ri
M. II'IJIJAY ' I
All Waiting members of be J
onler aro cordially Invited to ,
attmd nictttngs of local lodges
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UA11M0NY LODGE, V?. 3, 1. 0. 0. F..
Meets eory Monday cvonlng nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall. I'ort Sticet.
IJ. It. HHNDRY, Secretary.
III2.N. T. VICKIJRS, N. 0.
All lilting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. j
Meets every 'luosday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of I. llnll. ior.
Fort and llvrctnnta. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. I.VI.i:, CO.,
I'. WAl.URON. K.H.S.
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets oveiy 1'ilday coiIiir at
7:0 In K. of I llnll, coiner I'ort
und lleictnnl.i. Visiting bruthuis
toidially Invited to attend.
A. (!. DKIRUNG, CC,
JA3. W. WIIITi:, K.U.H.
HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, II. I. (J.
E., will meet In tbclr ball on King
tear Tort stioet every Friday eveu
tng. Ily ordor of tho U It.
IIAHItY A. WILDKR,
F. E. RICHARDSON, K. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets overy Saturday ovenlng fit
7:30 o'clock In K. of I Hall, cor.
Fort mid lleretanla. Visiting broth
in coidlully Invited to nttund,
w. h. niAzni:, cc.
n. A. JACOUSON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MeetH on tbo 2nd and 4th WKll
NKSDAY evenings of eucli month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hull, corner
Horetnnla mid Fort streots.
Visiting Ragles are Invited to at
tend. w. j, frazhij, w., l'rcst.
II. T. MOOlti:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day:) of rach inantli at Knights of
Pythian llnll. Visiting brothora cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J V ASCII, Sachem.
A. IJ. MURPHY, C. of It.
Ut your old Gold or Silver; alio your
Diamonds, Watches, Piccious Stones
and Jewelry, We will give you all
the law allows.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
n King and Bethel Sts.
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
arc still on sale and more pop
ular than ever.
SOLD ONLY BY
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
TRY SOME i
it will build you up
GHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
TOR. TORT AND KING STS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If you really want it'you can real
ly get it by letting a Bulletin Want
Ad. do it.
A clean City means health.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Qlobo.
Putnam Health 1'llls mako rich
blood; DOc. a packago. Try them.
Thcio is no finer delicacy than
chocolate made by Allegrctti.
To keep a lileasnnt taste in the
mouth nil tho llmo, just chow Dent) no
J. 1' Hi own mid f.imlly x 111 Icau
Ihls nftcinoou on tho Clnudlno for
Plentj of Tansnn In town. Don't
vvnrrj nii moro Ring up 171 and
place jour order.
II. II. Trent was a nasseiicor who
I left on tho Mnunn I.o.i today, Ho will
in- gone- ror homu llmo.
Mr and Mrs. .1. M. Lydgato nnd
three children returned to Kauai job
li'iday on the steamer Mlkalisihi
(.limlcs (lay sailed today mi tho
steamer Mnima l.oi Ho will l.utd at
I.ahaln.i, whence ho iiiocccds lo
II. I). Wlshard, u kamaaliKi of
Kauai, was a returning iinsBoiu:or In
tho Mlkali.iKi, which s.itlca. at C p. m.
Tim ery latest ami best In tho cou
fiction lino Is Illtim'H assorted choc
olntiti und m.irshni.illowu. Don't fall
to try Ilium.
Tho rcgulai quarterly coinctillon of
iiii uiiiiu Young l'toplo's Union will
bo held In tho Central Union church
tomorrow cenlnR ut hnlf-past tun'ii
Among the callers on Covunor
Fioni' cstenlaj were Mis. i:. M. Mar
ipieK nnd a llttlo girl, tho latter ouo
or tbo Komi orphans, hero on her way
For Ratlsfurllim In stoi.wool. rail
up f,S, and tho Union I'acllic Tiansfcr
(. will ilolher promptly n load ol tho
best Ohla in algnioba (Kluwu), dr
'c offer to jou tho Star shirt. Il'h
Ibo best negligee shlit in tho niaiket
one that will woar well anil look
swell. You'll alwajH bo glad thnl jou
nino it. hiimib Toggery.
Tbo milk that keeps fresh and piim
till joii want It. that Is richest In lint
mill ipiallt), butter-fat, and cream, Is
Alpine Milk (unsweetened). II. Hack
fold A: Co, Mil, distributors. Ask
jour giocer for It.
Tho prohibition put upon tho emi
gration ot jnp.ineso laborers from Jit'
pan ban not hurt tlio business of tlo
Honolulu Inpaneso wholesalers, but
en (bo rnntidiy, It has put them on u
111 moi- anil better basis tb in urer.
Charles II, Athurtou was elected
president or tho Hawaiian Stnr Now
paper Association jesterdiiy. nnd
Ocorgo F Hcnsbnll, who has. been tho
riuior oi tuo paper, lco presldont nnd
manager. Tho other ofueors nro K. A.
Dcrndt, tiensurci; W. II. Hoogs, sec
iclarj', and C II. Atheiton, auditor.
Two Hindus who camo hero In tbo
China to find work for tlioinui'lvui and
ti hundred others who aro now In Cal
ifornia, will letum In tho Mongolia.
They wore satisfied with tho wagon
offered by tho planters, but ns trans
ports Ion waB not offoied, and they
Ihemselves will not bo nblo lo pay for
It, their mission Is considered a fall
nui. Jllllcn Dold MiHlnnlnv mrtrnlnir ,..
cused (hb Jurors for tho United States
1J1MII1CL Cflllir 11 r inn Hiiirlnl Knlirn.
uiy session, wllli tho exception of
uioso empaneled ki nenr tlio llayaslit
(.nun. Thn nvnidnil tnrniu u'nrrt (lmiiV.
ed by tbo Jmlgu for their services and
complimented for tho manner In
which I hoy had uttended fo tho busi
ness inotiKiii iieioro mom,
A repoit was filed jostciday by .1
F Hi own, uimnilssloner In tho mrtl
lion suit brought by Annlo A. llnrton
nnd Holi'ii A Dunning against tbo Ha
waiian Tiust & Investment Co., deal
ing with n block of Hotel street bus
Iiiuhs houses. Tho work of tho com
missioner was to divide equitably 1,.
C Award 700, It. P. C47, one-fourth
to tho defendant and thrce-fnutths to
tlio plaintiffs This award consists of
tho property on Hotel Btieet occupied
by tho Fashion saloon Cwa to tbo
hull store Uwn of tho Columbia sa
loon mid extending muiika 126 feet
Tho (division gives tbo fruit storo und
Columbia to the defendants and tho.
i.uueii oiuco, iiomo uakery, uiobo
Clothing Storo und Fashion to the
plaintiffs. Tho total aluo or ibo
property Is ostlmated at $14,011 50, of
u monthly rental valuo of $110.
If Your Eyes
are all right, you arc fortu
nate; if they arc just a lit
tle Wrong, sec a competent,
scientific optician about
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
ZRB Deretanla 81 Phone 1491.
Fleet Arrives May 6
SAN 1'UANCISCO, Cul March 20. The arrival of the Fleet has
been postponed (III Mnj C, owing to the primaries coming on tho Rth.
CITY OF MEXICO HAS SHAKE
CITY OF MHXICO, March 2G. Two sccro earthquakes were felt
hero (oihy. Soma damage was done to tho city and four pcoplo were
TROOPS SENT FOR PROTECTION
Si;.TTM!, Wash , March 20. Troops havo been sent to Douglas
Island to preset o order, the miners being on a strike.
TOKIO, Japan, March 20 Tlio
United Slates bcL.iusc of the death ut
FEW TOURISTS ARRIVE
Tho 0( entile steamship Alameda nr
rived heio Ihls morning fioiu 81111
FrnucUco with Just about tho sllm
est crowd of pasBongcrs that has
Lomo from tlio Coast on this boat for
Mime time. Seventeen cabin passen
gers, eight steerage, 1200 tons of
height, tlvo days mall, and a hliOit
crow, that rjiit compilses ovcrj
thing nnd,ourhodj Hint camo down
mi tho popular boat.
There was 11 luigo crowd at tho dock
Ihls morning for it was oxpcclud that
tho Alameda would bilug a piotty
good list of pissengors. Hxpiesslons
of disappointment wero gerforal when
It was scLii that so few people lined
tho sides of tho promenade deck II.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
SUPPLIES OF ALL 'KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. MACFAHLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
Kmperor has sent condolences to tho
V. W Stevens.
FIND the pat
tern you like
in a Cluett Shirt
and you have
found the shirt
you will like. ,
1.50 and more.
- cluett. rFAnoriY en . Tmr, n. Y.;
-,. Maku ot Arrow Collar! . -i.
P Wood of tho Promotion Committee
and Manager Huitschu of tho Young
and Moatia hotels wero among thomi
heard lo express disappointment at
tho smnlludEs of tbo number of pas
hengors on hoard, "They won't tnko
a small ho.it whou it Is posslblo to
como to Hawaii In n big ono,1' tnild
Tlio Alameda had n ery pleasant
tilp down, meeting tho best of wcath-
Lr nil Ibn wnv nftnr thn flrat ulirtit
Hut finm San Francisco, Sho inailo
tho inn down fiom tho.Coast In 5 dajs
j nnd 20 hours, urrlvlnc bore, us Purser,
bniitu imts it, "just 11 mlniito und
IO'j rcconds hihlnd time."
Wllf'll 111,, Alutiifi.tn pmiu linol lr, lit..
........ ...w -.( n....u Muvn ... ...w
Coast Bho will bo loaded to her ut
most capacity, so far as cabin pas
sengers aro concerned, Over n hun
dred 'nro booked for tho return tilp
already. .With tho small list that tho
Alameda carried, tho Mauihurla
should havo all accommodations filled
when sho nrilves hero tho first of
Otto Wlx, tbo nrtlst, who has been
hero hefoto painting Mexican und Ha
wallnn scenes; Mr. and Mrs, H. Du
mout aro tourists; and Mr. and Mis.
W. A. Johnson, who aro well known
Senator T.a I'ollello ot Wisconsin
charges flnnnctois with bringing on
panic for selfish ends.
Much International slenlflcanco ut
tnched to ynco of fleet to Drltlsh
IN HI!1 PORTS
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, March 2G.
3AN FRANCISCO Arrived March 20:
Am. bk. O. C. Tobcy, from Hllo
HIM) Spiled, March 25:
A.-II. 9. S. Virginian, for Sallua
KAHUI.Ul Arrived March 20:
Am. sp. Atlas, fiom San Fiaticlsco.
1IANA Arrived March 10:
Am. sclir. Muriel, from San Finn
ilsco. 1! ANA Sailed March 23:
Am. schr. Muilcl, for Hoiiolpti.
Friday, March 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 27:
S. S. i:nterprlso, from Hllo Mnr. 17.
Am. bk, Ceo. Curtis, hence Mar 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Mar. 27.
Am, schr. II. C. Wright, for Malm
koua. YOKOHAMA Arrived March 27:
P. M. 8. S. Siberia, henco Mnr. 10.
A t& id it X A W ) X M a X M
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
it 1 Hi it !1 il it X H K K 34 M M M
Till: PASSI:N(1KR LIST on tho big
Pacific Mail liner, Manchuria, which
Is scheduled to leave for lliu Orient
next Tuesdaj afternoon, has rapidly
filled About 200 persons havo already
bonked to travel In tho first cabin, and
n largo number of Asiatics vvll he
can led In tho steerage. - Among tho
cabin passengers nro S. A. Duko of
South Carolina, n tobacco manufactur
er, und Louis Kpplngen manager of
tlio Grand Hotel nt Yokohama. Tho
Munchuiin Is expected out fiom tho
dry dock this afternoon, and ns soon
us sho urilves ut her slip tho stove
(lores wilt get busy loading her In
rendlness for departure for tho Orient
MANY RUMORS OF
(Continued from Pace I)
has boon thiowlng out some mighty
strong hints that Jiirictt would make
u very oxccllont Sheriff.
"Thero Is no truth In tho report,"
said Lane, when hu was asked about
tho mutter this forenoon. "I nnOn
lojul Republican, und havo nlwajs
been. 1 havo 110 underhand dealings
with members of otbor parties. I
havo said that Jarrott will he n
mighty hard man to heat, but that Is
no mora than the truth, nnd becnuso
I said that I cannot bo said to bo
bupportlng him, nnd, ns ho Is a Dem
ocrat and I n Republican, I cannot
Nagnran Fornnndcz held up his
hands In horror nt tho suggestion.
"It Is true," ho said, "that wo have
licon canvnbslng for Lnno for Mayor,
but wo liavo not been doing tiny
work ot nil)' kind for Jurrctt."
In tho mcautimo tho wily Achl is
busy sawing wood nnd saving noth
ing. Ilo Is organizing IiIb labor par
ty, and la reported to bo meeting
with some success. Among those
who uro reported to havo deserted
(ho Republican standard to follow tho
labor mirage Is Frank Pahla, who for
many jcars has been tho Republican
leader in Koolnupoko. It was stated
on good authoiity this morning tbnt
ho had opened negotiations with
Achl and that ho was due to como
Into camp very booh, If hu hnd not
done so already.
Achl nl bo gets tho credit for mak
ing (ivci lures to A. M. llrovvn, It be
ing his Intention to plnco htm on his
ticket for the Sheriffship, If Drown
should be willing to accept this du
bious honor. If anything has been
done In this line, however, it is cer
tain Hint nothing will bo said about
It beforo the start of the campaign.
Tho taking uT a now census of Ibo
Panama Cnnnl zone Is In progress.
It Is a difficult task because or the
composition of tho population, tho
frequency with which persons
change tholr resldoncu and tho num
ber of languages used.
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"IM iMtin in
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$ 8 )
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3 31 6 II1
Last quarter of moon, Mnr. 25.
Hnwnllnn ntnttilnrrl limn la m hf.ni-rj
30 minutes slower than arecifwlcli
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrecs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 n. m.. which In thn mimn
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon nro for local tlmo for the
M X X ii JC X Hi X K K A! M M Jfj X 5S
ft M S K S il ti x a n K M W ti it
Thursday, Murch 20.
Stmr. Desontch. KhkorwIlT fr,,,,.
1 ' ' - "w 1
it H 55 M M A "K M JC 3C K 15 K M M
K K X K X K M IS ; X M K SS 5j X i
Thursdaj', March 20.
Stmr. Mlknhnta, Gregory, for.Kuual,
fi p. 111.
)t n s x x m x a & n x t h h a x
K SAILING TODAY '
M M K X X K X M M X S X M M 5t H
Stmr. Claitdlne. Ilennott, for Hllo
nnd Maul potts, 5 p. 111
P JI. S. S. Mongolia, for San Fran
cisco, probably at 5 p. in.
n a h x ic is x 1: j: 5t w ;t k n r
DUE TODAY J
H M n E K V M X 31 K M t n a n H
IT. S. S. Iroquois, Carter, from Mid
way. U. S. Navy collier Alexander, from
Q nam. ,
PASSENGERS ARRIVED V
A 35 X M M 5! M X Kl W X U M 34 5t K
Per S. S. Alameda, Dowdoll, fiom
Fan Francli.co, March 27 W. W.
Churchill, II. Dumont, Mis. Duniont,
Dan FergiiBon, Jas. C. Foss, Jr.. Mi a.
Fratcs, Mrs. W. P. Ulberson, .Mrs. U
Ilnminy, MIbs 11 Huvvkcs, Miss A.
Jenkins, W. A. Johnston, Mrs. John
ston, Mrs. Hugh McCrum, II. Mncdon
aid, N. It. Spencer, L. F. Turner, Otto
wsuxxtsxnxx k w"w loiii
K M K K M M M 3C 5 IC 3i 5t ut K K !t
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Kauai,
March 20. Mrs. Weber, Miss Weber,
Mrs. R. W. T. PurvlB and daughter, J.
M. Lydgato, II. W. T. Purvis, Mrs.
Lydgato und tbreo children, M. II.
Fernandez, Miss Hlco, Mis. J. Hen-
wick, Allen Wllcox,Knnl Wilcox, 8. P.
Ilrlstloy, II. I). Wlshard, Miss Kinney,
Per, stmr Mnmin Loa, for Konn and
Kan, Mnich 27. Miss A. (llbb, John
(liclg, ileorgo 8. Wells, Mrs. J. Ilcrg-
rlrom and children, H. II. Trent, II. M.
Rennet, Charles Oay.
Per Btmr. Claudlno. for Hllo nnd
Maul ports, March 27. II. M, Alox
imdcr and wlfo MIbs C von Rndt,
Miss Fnnnlo Molr. Mr. Hani, James
Wakefield, MIbs Addlo Carlo)', Mrs, K.
IJ. Carley. A. Ilaueberg, B. L. Farns
worth, Mrs. R. h. Farnsworth, Miss
Oraijo Farnsworth, Miss Gertrude
Unroll, Mrs, J. F. Ilrown, II T. llrod
"Ick J F, Drown, Rclford Hitchcock,
W. Hitchcock, Miss Allco Dalloy, Mrs.
J. S'.nalley, M- Fila, Jas, MoIbo.
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 canoo td an
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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