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WEEKLY CALENDAR i
Rose Croix 18th Degree.
Oceanic Third Deflree.
Perfection Regular, 7:30.
All visiting members of cbe
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Stieel
E. R. HENDRY; Secretary.
HEN. I'. V1CKERS. N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and licretanla. Visiting broth'
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLE, C.C.,
F. WALDHON, K.H.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. ot I Hall, corner Fort
and Beretnnta. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DECKING. C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.lt.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, B. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort street ovory Friday even
tug. By order ot the E It.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHAHOSON. B. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets evory Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, cor,
Fort and Beretania. Visiting broth
tr cordially invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, CO..
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
lend. W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. it. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-;
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII. Sachem.
A. B. MURPHY, C. ot It.
tit your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Precious Stones
and Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows.
lOlff'TIUUANU Mt fcM.
wfiiBii 1 1 i iiiii nliiilitfiiMtilttTf
DELICIOUS and HEALTHFUL
On DRAUGHT and in BOTTLE
King and Bethel Sts.
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
are still on sale and more pop
ular than ever.
SOLD ONLY BY
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREF-TS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
"Yi' 'i r hiViMimW' nt r -
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 the Clloho.
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try thorn.
J. T. Molr of Hawaii nrrlveil on ilio
Mauna Kca this morning.
There is no finer delicacy tlian
chocolate made by Allegretti.
I'rlncu David mid Col. 8. Parker
cninu buck today on (ho Mauna Keu.
To keep a pleasant taste III the
mouth all thu tlmo, Just chew Dcntyno
Assistant Attorney General E. W.
Sutton returned from Illlo In the Man
na Kea today.
I.. A. Thurston and A. W. Cartel
were among the passengers who re
turned this morning.
Tho Seaside cottages aro delightful
In the summer time. Engage a cot
tago now for tho season.
Hovcrnor Baker of Illlo Is In town,
having, nrrhed on tho utcamshlp
Mauna Kea this morning.
To enjoy the best ride In an tuito In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qutnn's
now seven-scntcd FturlesB.
Mrs. J. Aea, who accompanied tho
Queen up to Illlo, returned this mom
lug on tho Mauna Kea.
Purser Phillips of the Mauna Kea
lepurted that tho Virginia would learS
Illlo for the Coast next Monday.
Attorney J. II. White of Llhuu, left
on tho Mongolia today. Ho goes to
Portland to meet his family and ro
turn with them.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian umce bpeciaity Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Deputy Attorney General W. L.
Whitney returned from Maul, where
ho represented the Territory before
the Second Circuit.
Whitney & Marsh will liavo mi
opening display of a new assortment
of lingerie ready made dresBes, on
Wednesday next, April lBt.
J. I.lglittoot, examiner, has made, a
favorable report on the petition of JaB.
D. Castle for n registered title to forty-eight
acres of land at Wunloa, Ma
The Metropolitan Meat Co. Is sell
ing a superior quality of butter, tha
Crystal Springs, at two pounds for
seventy-flvo cents, and two pounds ot
White Clover for sixty-five cents.
I Ahoy takes this opportunity of
warning the party who has been fraud
ulently signing IiIb numo to notps,
that a repetition of tho nanus will ho
met with tho full penalty or tho law.
"I.nud In Illlo Is more valuable than
I BiippuseJ It wax, recording to tho
vlows of ownois," remarked E. K.
Richards to the Tribune tho other day,
"I've beet looking Mound for n lot
in a centra' locality but lots aro as
fcnrco us lion's teeth."
Tho Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber
Company of West hong Reach has
contracted for sixty ship enrgoes of
ties from Honolulu, twelvo to bo de
livered each year. The ties will bo
pickled or cieosoted ut tlio West hong
Reach plant. I.os Angclea Times.
Illlo Lodgo 759, D.P. O. E elected
the following o dicers on Monday even
ing: C. F. Parsons, Exalled Ruler; J.
D. Easlon, Esteemed heading Knight;
Frank E. Hlme, Esteonied Loyal
Knight: H, II. Mnrchcad, Esteemed
Lecturing Knight; Henry Hayes. Sec
lotury; J. D. Kennedy, TrouBiiror;
Cnrl Wlckett, Tyler; J. T. Molr, trim
too for threo years. The other trus
tees aro E, E. Richards, one year; E.
II. Austin, two years.
After an absence from England of
rather moro than fifteen years, Dr,
Charles L. Stow, Territorial Health
Officer In Illlo, contemplates a visit
to his old homo and Ills relatives. If
tho arrangements that ho Is now mak
Ing can bo consummated, It Is Dr,
Stow's Intention to bo awny for six
months, leaving Illlo on the Enter
prise, toward tho end ot next month
for San Francisco, or perhaps by tho
Hlloulan from Honolulu. ,,
If Your Eyes
arc nil right, you are fortu
nate; if they are just a lit
tle wrong, see a competent,
scientific optician about y
A. N, SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Oth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
ZS8 Deretanla 8t Phone 1491.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Have you tried Allegretti's choco
late creams? Benson, Smith & Co.,
Paradise of tho Pacific Souvenir
number, ready for mailing, 15 cents.
For sale nt all newsdealers.
lion. Cecil Drown was ono ot the
passengers on the Mauna Kea. Ho
returns from a vacation; Jrjp on Ha
waii. Tho White Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sewing mo
chine In tho world. Renny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 126G, Fort Btreot. Phone 488.
Among tho Houoluluans who re
turned on the Mauna Kca today was
Captain Otwell of tho U. S. Engineer
A Portuguese rough last night cre
ated soma excitement nt tho Emplio
theater by throwing a bottlu ot soda-
water on the platform, whero It broke
with a bang. Ho will bo anestcd.
Tho Stnte Hoard of Education of
California lias written the Promotion
Committee asking for somo Hawaiian
views of educational value, which It
will Include in the State Series of Ad
vanced Geography, which will bo pub
W. R. Booth, the County Treasurer
of Everett, Washington, and his wife
arrived in the 'China, and will stay
hero a few weeks. Mr. Hooth camo
hero on account ot tho illness of his
mother, Mrs. l.ong, and Is staying
with his brother, ChaB. W. Hooth, In
Don't fiddle away your money on
poor quality of gooda but get the
soda water lumto by tho Consolidated
Soda Water Works Co. Tolcphono 71.
The nien'H Surpass Vlcl Kid Dal, at
the Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Ltd., Is
well worth buying. It Is uu excellent
soml-dress and walking shoes ut $4.00.
Stock No. 4t9.
Purser Phillips of tho Mnuna Kca
reports tho following sugar on Ha
waii: Olaa, 25,900; Wnlakea, 11,000;
Hawaii Mill, 3500; Waiiiaku, 11,700;
pnomen, 15,00(1; Peiiuokco, 10,000;
Honomii, 18,000; Ilukalau, 15,500;
Luupahoohoe, 7000; Ooknla, 4000; Ku
kalau, 0500; Humnkua, 8800; Paau
fan, 12,000; Houokan, 3500; Kukul
haclo, 3700; Piinaluu, 12,950; llonu
Gould, one of tho men who was
convicted In Shanghnl, and who Is
now being taken to prison In Cali
fornia on tho Mongolia, gavo his cus
todian, V. B. Marshal O'Hrlen ot
Shanghai, much anxiety by his ability
to got rid of his fetters. During the
trtii ho slipped his handcuffs twlco
and got out ot two pairs of leg Irons,
O'llrlen will go to Washington to ask
for n prison for Shanghai.
Thoro aro now seventy-five mom
beis enrolled In tho American Cit
izens Labor Union, soma of them be
ing Portuguese. At a meeting held
on Friday evening of last week, tho
following were elected as the execu
tive board; David Ewallko, J. K. Pa
dhuo, J. Kal, Jr., Wm. tfnlllniu, Dan
Knlhcnul, S, K. Kahuna, J, P. Halo, J.
Oliver mid Kealawaa. Tho principal
address of tho evening was delivered
by Governor Kealawaa. Hawaii Hor-aid:
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE -DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS 0FWINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. .MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
The Lilliputians last night staged
the fascinating musical comedy, Floro
dorn, in the masterly stylo of an ex
perienced stock company, and tho ap
plause and other tokens of apprecia
tion Hint they received were certainly
The dnuclng, singing, mid choruses
wero all of n very high order, and tho
Individual acting was worthy ot mom
bers of any professional company. The
little tots entered into tlujlr parts with
on enthusiasm nud perfect under
standing of their possibilities that
goes far to explain the marvellous
success of theso tiny actors In por
traying "grown-up" parts.
Ono of tho prettiest features of tho
play was tho sextet, which was ren
dered In finished style by Masters Les
lie Donoughee, Frank Cherry, Frank
Donoughec, Tony Ford, Victor Cos-
tcllo, Wlllto Howard and Misses Ireno
Perkins, Ada Hind, Ollvo Moore, Joslo
Walsh, Clara McGoiHck and Myra
Ot tho Individual Btars, tho ono that
deserves especial mention Is Master
Teddy McNamara, who gives promise
of rivalling tho best comedians that
have over disported upon tho boards,
j Ho Is Irresistibly droll when ho strikes
Ian attitude, or goes through several,
and when ho really gets warmed up
' and begins to say and do things, he Is
"killing." Ho is very good In dialect
parts, and his representation of the
violin player last night wns thu clov
ercst bit of burlesque over seen In
I Miss Evn Pollard, as Dolores, wns
handsome and attractive, and hor
I singing' was of (he highest order. Rut
, the "cutest" ot nil wus Miss Ethel
Nnylor, a tiny, weeny tot who took
the part of Angela ailfnln.
Ivy Pollard, who appeared as Lady
Holyrood, gavo tho audleiico some
very good acting. Her Interpretation
ot her difficult part was perfect,
Miss Ireno Flnlay, as Frank Abor
coed, made nil Ideal lover for tho tiny
Ethel N'uylor, and the, took tho boy's
part, aa she always does, with perfect
Master Freddie Helutz took thu part
of Cyrus W. (lllfaln to perfection and
his brother Johnnie was equally good
Monday oventng's play will be "A
Runaway Girl," which will bo ropcut-
ed Tuesday uvenlng. Ileforo then, tho
plans ot tho management will bo do
elded upon, if the company can get
accommodations on tho Alamedn,
which sails Wednesday, Tuesday
night's performance will bo the last
one; otherwise thero will bo an ex
tension ot the engagement.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING .ST. . PHONE 525.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, March 28.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Murch 27:
A.-H. S. 8. Texan, from llllu, March
SA. NFRANCISCO ArrUod Mnr. 27:
Rr S. S. Asia, lienco March 21.
VANCOUVER Sailed March 27:
Rr. S. S. Moann, for Honolulu.
lONOIPlt Sailed March 28;
Am. schrj Muriel, for San Fran
cisco. ii W X M X H H M M M X M K W K M
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Mon
golla, which arrived hero yesterday
afternoon, sailed for tho CoaBt at 11
o'clock this morning. Every available
bit of passenger space was utilized,
and many who wished to salt on tho
splendid vessel wero turned away. She
had nearly 200 cabin passengers from
the Orient when sho arrived here, and
consequently was not nblo to take
very many from this port. Among
thoso who sailed away wero many
prominent und well known people.
Clifford Kimball Ib on a trip to his
homo In Doston, Mass. Ho will re
turn with Jits wlfo from tho "Beany
City" In about three or four months'
time. Mr. Isenberg ot Kauai Is on a
trip to the Const. A number of tour
ists who havo boon hero for somo
tlmo past returned to their homes.
Tho Mongolia left S50 tons of Oriental
freight at this port.
THE SHIP BANGALORE, Captain
Matscn, under charter to the United
Stntes Government nnd earning coal
from Norfolk to this port, Ib 157 days
out. This Is getting near thu tlrrro
when a vessel Is placed on tho over
duo list, but as tho Rangaloro Is a
very slow craft, llttlo anxiety Is folt
for her. The John Enu, Captain Col
ly, with tho samo commission, Is 137
days out from Norfolk, but tho wlso
ones on tho wntrfrout say that Bhc
will probably come In beforo the
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's freighter Novadan arrived hero
from tho Coast yesterday uftcinoon.
Thero aro two boats of this lino In
port now, tho Columbian and the Ne
vndan. Tholattor boat will sail for
Kuhulut tomorrow evening.
THE BARK AMY TURNER moved
from Brewer's whuff this morning to
tho Ewn side of the Inter-Island vharf,
where she will discharge a part of
H H K M K 50 K 5C 5f 3f M 50 5J K
Per stmr. Claiidlne, for Illlo and
Maul ports, March 27, II. M. Alox
iMidor nnd wlfo, MIsb C. von Rndt,
Miss Fanulo Molr, Mr. Rani, James
Wnltcfleld, Miss Addle Cnrloy, Mrs. E.
B. Carley, A. Hanebcrg, E. L. Farns
worth, Mrs. E. L. Farnsworth, Miss
riroco Farnsworth, Miss Gortrudo
Brown, Mm. j, f. Brown, II. T. Brod
crick. J. F. Brown, Retford Hitchcock,
V. Hitchcock, Miss Alice Bailey, Mrs.
J. S .Bailey, M. Frla, Jas. Molse.
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Tho folfowlng freight arrived on tho
Ilagshlp Mauna Kea this morning: 1
auto, 1 dog, 1 bag coin, 3 pigs, 1 boxck
chickens, 8 bales nwa, 8 bags cocoa,
10 bags corn, 15 packages vegetables,
9 cords wood, 259 sheep, 233 pack
ages sundries, 31 empty kegs,
!' 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,
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LnBt quarter of moon, Mar. 25i
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than aroenwlcb.
time, being Hint of tho meridian of 187
Jegrecs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is Hie same
as Greenwich. 0 tinura n ni......n c
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and moon are for local tlmo for the
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St K E K K M M K M W K 8S M fj 3J JJ
Friday, March 27.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, ror
Ahuklnl, C p. m.
Stmr. Cliuidlno, Bennett, for Hllo'
and Maul ports, 5 p. m.
Saturday, March 2S.
P. M. S. 8. Mongolia, Fisher, for
San Francisco, 11 a. m.
Am. oil S. S. Santa Maria, from
Port Harford, p. m.
B DEPARTED A
M K M 8S 3C K 5C K 3t M 8J H 31 3? U
Saturday, March 28.
Schr. Helone, for Island ports, p. m.
M SAILING TODAY a
K 55 M 3i W M IS 3J M M K BC la K H 3( M
Schr, lleleno, Thompson, for San
Francisco, In tho afternoon.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED K
Per S. S. Mauna Kea, Freeman,
from Illlo, March 28, 9M5 a. m. J. A.
Kennedy, August Drelcr, A. Ureler,
Jr., Queen Lllluokalanl, Mrs. J. Aea,
Miss Rose Otos, Mrs. K, A. Nawahl,
J. Prlmloy, R. c. Dillingham, Mrs. R.
C. Dillingham, J. M. McLaughlin, A.
O. Pliinkott, W. C. Lyons, Jno. T. Bak
er, Miss A. M. Dcttlncourt, Miss L. G.
McClay, E. W. Smith, E. F. Ncff, T.
Sumlda, D. K. Eguchl, R. Machlda. J.
Vlerrn and Infant, A. Vlorrn, Master
J. Vlerra, Miss C. Vlerro, Mrs. A. Va
tnnnbe, Master T. Vlerrn, F. E. Rich
ardson, Mrs. j, Prlmloy, Mrs. P. T.
Phillips, L, A. Thurston, 13. j, i,,,,., Ifc
M. Whltohousc, Copt. Otwell. Major
McKlnstry, II. G. Hummer, A. H.
Wagner, Cnpt. Exton, Dr. McCallum,
Jno. Walker, Jno. T. Molr, J. W. Wal
dron, E. W. Sutton, M. M. Graham, A.
II. Hanna, J. A. Phillips, F. L. Woh
Her, R. Gillespie, Klin Fook, Rov, J.
Wndnian. Mrs J. R. Brown nnd In'mit.
Airs. P. Kaelemakule, E. J. Gay, P, P.
Woods, Mrs. It. Hind, Mrs. Jno, Hind,
Mnster J .Hind, Mrs. J. Kenton, Mrs.
X. B. Bond, Cecil Brown and servant,
D. Knuannnnkoa, 8. Parker, S. Park
er,fr A. W. Cniter, Mrs. A. W. Car
ter, Miss J. Carter, L. II, Smith, R. R.
Hind. Chock Hoo, MIbs 1. Dickson, J.
Goldstein, M". Knwahara, A. Hlchloy,
K. Ono, C. A. Doylo, Jno. Frollchcr,
Wm. L. Whitney, Mrs. A. aarcla, Mrs.
J. Garcia and Infant and uurso, Peter
I.t-wls. Hlng Clial, Mrs. J. Richnrd
bon, Y. Klmura, W. Martlnsen, Wong
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from tlio '
Orient, March 27. For Honolulu:
Louis Browulow, II. Dunshco, Arch
ibald MacKlllop, H. Renjes, Mr. and
Mrs. F. T. P. Watorhouso.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from Kauai,
March 27. G. N. Wilcox.
Per stmr. Maul, from Kauai, Marcli
27. Charles Gay.
Wm. Crnlg, a sailor who had been
working on tho Flnurenco Wnrd, was
this morning sentenced to imprison
ment for six tiionths for larcenv of a
Jelescopo bolonglng to Captain, Plltz,
thn fnnstnr tt tlm Wn,-.l