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Oceanic Stated, 2nd Degree.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special.
Honolulu Commander Order
of the Temple.
wel Aloha Chapter No, 3 Sped
All visiting members of bo
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
HAHMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Hominy evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fait Sheet.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
hen. r. vickkrs, n. u.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'lucsday evening ut
i:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
fort and Heretunlr.. Visiting broth
era cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. LYLE. CO.,
F. WALDRON, K.It.S.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every l'rlday evening at
7:30 in IC. ot I. Hull, coiner Fort
and lleretnnla. Visiting brotlieid
tordlnlly Invited to attend.
A. O. DEEHINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE. K.II.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. P. 0. E.
Zlonolulu Lodge No. C16, II. P. O.
., will meet In tbelr hall on King
pear Fort Bt'cet ovcry Friday even
lug. Uy order ot tho 12 It.
IIAHIIY A. WILDKIt,
F. E. 1UCHAHDSON, M. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
-7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Fort and lleretunla. Visiting broth
irs cordially Invited to attend.
W. Ii. FRAZIIE, CO..
E. A. JACOBSON, K.It.S.
HONOLULU AEItlE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4 tit WK1)
NKSDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC ot V. Hull, corner
Ueretnnla and Fort etreots.
Visiting Kagles are Invited to at
W. Ij, rRASSEi:, W Preet.
II. T. MOORE, Bocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days ot each man Hi nt Knights nt
Pythlnn Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. V, MURPHY, O. of It,
aces 'L: ' ,.'.,: ' r
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Precious Stones
mid Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
King and Bethel Sts.
, will regulate the trouble and
bring prompt relief. These
pills have recently been plac
ed on the market again and
are recommended to the pub
lic. Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
RHUS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Bulletin Businesi Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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A clean City means health.
Panama lints cleaned at tho Globo.
Mrs, Anna (lerlz U celebrating hci
03(1 blrthda) today.
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood; COc. a packngo. Try tliom.
There is' no finer delicacy than
chocolate made by Allcgretti.
To kci'p a pleasant taste In the
mouth nil thu tlmo, just chow Dentyno
The Soasldo cottages are delightful
In the summer tlmo. Kngago a cot
lagu now for the season.
To enjoy tho best ride In nn auto In
Honolulu ring up 290 fur Jim (Julim'u
new seven-seated Fcerloss.
Mrs: V. I,. Welsh and Infant left
yesterday for IWrkelcy nn a lslt of
tceral months with relatives.
John T. Molr, manager of Onnme.i
lil.ritatlcm, will ho In tho city until
the departure nt tho Manna Kca, on
Jack Phillips, for tho past seven
years bookkeeper for tho Olaa store,
Is l8ltlng Honolulu for tho first tlmo
In foki'.iI years.
A glass of Tnusan In tho morning
ns soon as ou get up will keep jou
In good health and spirits all (luj.
Ring up 171 and order.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Hno J on lnsiiranco on oiir homo
mid household effects? If not ou liul
belter tilko It out bcfoio thu children
play with the matches. Trent Trust
Jiidgo Do Holt denied thu motion of
plaintiff for a new trial of tho (S000
damage suit of C(itallno Mejen against
It. M. Whltehounc, In which ho, hail
gi anted n nonsuit.
Thu new Spring waists at Ulom's
aro attracting a good deal of attention
lroui tho ladles ut Honolulu, mid his
new line of ladles' and children's hos
iery are very popular.
John Hfllugcr lias been given a free
rottugo nt thu County Reach park In
rotiim for his services ns caretaker.
Ho will rim n curio store, rent towels
and bathing suits, etc.
Major McKlnstry of the Hghlhotis-o
service and Captain Otwell, U. S. A.
engineer, returned from Hawaii Sat
unlay. Major McKlnstry took p-issagu
in tho Mongolia for Snn Francisco,
A very successful meeting was held
nt thu Leahl Home yesterday after
noon. It was under tho auspices of
tho l.pworth League and was led by
J. M. Mnrtln. Hov. David W. Crimu,
Miss Matilda Dlalsdell and Drs. A. J,
and MrB. Now ell assisted In tho her
Thu houso ot Clem Qulnn at Pnlolo
valley was burned to thu ground last.
S'lturday evening. Qiilnn wu's nslcci
at thu tlmo when thu Ilio bioko out.
Ho was awakened by tho barking of
his dog, widen Itself died In tho fliu.
Qulnu'ii brother Tom lost his liouto
in thu snmo way hut yuar.
A very successful rally of tho
Young Men's Union wns held In Cen
1 1 nl Union Chiiith last Saturday oven
lug. Chester Livingston was in
charge of tho music and Dr. Scuddcr
conducted tho dovotloual exercises.
Addresses wero miido by C, F. IlrlsseC
Rov. M. Nakulnn, Miss Edna Perkins
mid Vaugluin McCaughoy. Miss I'aty
gavu a very Interesting recllatlon.
Taking as his text, tho third com
mandant, "Thou shall not tnko tho
naino of tho Lord thy Ood In vain,"
Hon. J, 0, Woolluy spoku to n largo
oudlcnce In thu Muthodlst Chinch lust
night, llo said that thu kcciilng of
tho commandment meant nioru then
to rcfinln from swearing, or using
profano langniigo. Mr. Woolloy then
Mild that every good Christian citi
zen should use his best efforts to' over
throw tho legalized saloon.
A number of circulars, signed by
Richard II Trent, F. C, Atherton, W.
R. Castle, P, C. Jones and J. P, Cooko
me being sent out to the voters for
their consideration, The circulars say
that the drink evil has arisen to such
great proportions upon tho mainland
that Us effect Is being widely folt In
tho Territory. A meeting will bo held
tit tho Y. M. C. A, hall on Thursday
evening, April 2, at 7:30 o'clock J O
Woolloy, superintendent of tho leaguo,
will speak on this campaign ami plans
for tho future will bo consldorcd.
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arc all right, you arc fortu
nate; if they are just a lit
tle Wi'ong, sec a competent,
scientific optician about
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLCNT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
v Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
2A8 Beretanla 8L Phone 149!.
Chinese Boycott Japanese
SHATTLH, Wash., March 'IS. Hongkong Importers of Hour from
this port have discontinued thu -shipment of Hour and feedstuffs on tho
Japanese etcamshlps. '
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WILL BURY STEVENS AT OLD HOME
SAN FRANCISCO, Cul., March 29. A brother-in-law of I). W. Ste
vens, the murdered counselor of Jnian, has arrived from Washington to
convoy tho body cust.
TOKIO, Japan, March 30. The Korean Cabinet has donated fiOOO
cn to the family of Stevens. The Japanese. Government gives 1CO,000
yen for the b.uiio put pose.
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KILLED BY HIS OWN BOMB
NIJW YORK, N. Y., March 28.
amongst n number of tho city police,
one leady to tluow It, killing him arid
NHWTON, Kansas, March 29. Train robbers havq held up u 8nn
tn Fo train near here. The express messenger was murdered, tluj safes
wero ransacked and $1,000. was secured.
SAN FRANCISCO, Gil., March 29. Admiral Sebreo's bnuadron has
prilvcd here. It Is reported that the Charleston Is going out of com mission.
EMPEROR WILLIAM ACCEPTS HILL
11KRL1N, Oerninny, March 29. Hmperor William has withdrawn
his objections to David J. Hill ns Ambassador of tho United States.
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TORPEDO FLOTILLA AT ACAPULC0
ACAPULCO, Mexico, March 28. Tho torpedo flotilla arrived here
today on Its way to Join Admiral Kvjiib' Fleet nt Mugdalcnu Hay.
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SIXTY MINERS KILLED
CHHYKNNi:, Wyo March 28. Sixty miners wero killed today by
a double explosion in ouo of tho coat mines at llanna.
CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN VERY ILL
LONDON, Hnglnnil, Match 29, The condition of thu Premier, Sir
Homy Gimpboll-llanuciiiiau, Is unchanged.
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KOREAN INSURGENTS KILLED
TOKIO, Japan, March 29. Ono
outs have been killed in a battle.
WILDER LUMBER CO.
SELLS OUT BUSINESS
Wilder & Co., the well known lum
ber Arm wlilcli has been in tho busi
ness for about thirty years, has an
nounced that it has sold out Its busi
ness to lowers & Cooko. Tho firm
was founded by 8, Q AVni, C, and
John K. Wlldor. tho latter two ns usso-
elates of tho former. Of loto yeats.
thu firm has been composed of S, Ci. '
and Q P. Wlldor, sons of tho founder.
"Wo pay for the stock of tho Wll
dor Co, and not for tho goodwill or
anything else," said F, J. Miwroy
when usked for the details of tho deal
this morning. ''Wo do not buy any.
land, but will take n lease of tho Will
der jauls at Iwllel, Wu will pa) np-.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
Rnd MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
A bomb, Intended to bo thrown
exploded today In tho hands ot the
AT SAN FRANCISCO
hundred nnd thico Korean Insurg-
pioxlmatcly $10n,000 for tho stock.
both that hero and that which luw
been ordered, hut ns tho stock-taking
has not us yet been completed wo arc
not nlilu to slnto thu exact nguro."
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING SI. PHONE 525.
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OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, March 28.
SAL1NA CRUZ Arrived March 27:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from IIIlo, March
SA NFRANCISCO Arrltud Mar. 27:
llr S. S. Asia, hence March 21.
VANCOUVER Sailed March 27:
llr. S. S. Moanii, for Honolulu.
HONOIPU Sailed Maich 28:
Am. schr. Muriel, for Sun Finn
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, March 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mch. 29N.
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, henco Mmch
ORAY'B HARHOR Arrived Mch. 28:
Am. bktne. Hawaii, from Makawell,
AHI:RDI::N -Arrived Mmch 2D:
Am. schr. Manila, henro March 11
MAHUKONA Sailed, March 27:
-Am. bk. Mohican, for Snn FranclBco.
MAKAWHL1 Arrived Mnrch 29:
Am. bktne. Chchalls, from Kahuliil.
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4 WATERFRONT 'NOTES
DRNJAMIN A. HARNETT, actlnc
assistant general mnnngcr of tho Toyo
iiiBi-ii iiwuu, received 9 came mcB
Biigu jestculay from tho Orient an
nouncing thnt tho lino now Jnpancbc
iiiruiiio steamer Tenyo slnru wou hi
tenvo Hongkong Juno 2d In plnco of
tno steamer Hongkong Maru nnd
would tnko up tho regular Bcliedulu of
that steamer. Tho Hongkong Maru
will go tu Yokohama for extenslvo re
pairs and will bo converted Inlo nn
ollburner. Sho will then bo placed
on inu rouio iictwccn Japan and South
America, thu business of which Is
showing lemaiknblu activity. The
Ton) 0 Main on her maiden voyage
win no under command of Captain P.
II. Colng, and it Is understood that a
largo number or tho olllcors of the
America Mnru will bo transferred for
hurvlco on tho now steamer, C. Lacy
Goodrich, .tho' widely known and pop
ulnr piirucr of tho America Maru, will
tnko up his duties on thu Tenyo Maru
on 111 rival In tho Orient, and tho nlh
or olllcors will Join tho stoamor lib
they reach Japan. Cht onlclu, March
THK FIRH in tho coal bunkers of
tho Alexander, which promised, to bo-
como serious ono time yesterday, has
been subdued and Is now cntli cy
linder control. Tho first spread yes
tciday, and flnmed up to such an ox
tent that tho alarm was sent In to the
flro department. Coal heavers havo
been at work all day shifting coal
uwuy f 1 0111 tho burning district, and
thcio. Is no danger of 1U spiendlng
now. Tho Alexander will tiy to get
away this evening between 5 and C
THE LIMRER SCHOONERS Andy
Mahoncy nnd A. J. West,, both fiom
Grays Harbor, arrived hero yesleiday
Tho West took 3 days to mako the
tllp vvlillu the little, Andy Mnlmnoy
loaded to tho mils with lumber, cumu
uowu in sa days.
THE SPLENDID NEW Union Mall
steamship Maramu Is duu here Wed
nesday but Bhe will probably get In
tomorrow. Sho Is reputed , to bo a
ion vessel iinu 1110 nuinoniies 011 tho
'front say (hat tho boat will piob.ibly
gut 111 iioioiu noon toiuoriow.
THE INTER-ISLAND DOAT Ko All
Hon is billed to soil for Kapau mid
other ports this evening at C o'clock.
Tho Matma Kca and several other of
tho fleot sail tomorrow.
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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New moon, Mar. 31, at C:39 p. m.
Hawaiian standurd tlmo Is 10 huuro
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 1C7
iegrees 30 minutes. Tho time whtstlo
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is tho snmo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 mtnuteB. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
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K M E B 31 M H M K K Id H U H U
Sunday, Match 29.
Stinr. Iwnlunl, Self, from Muni and
Molokal ports, 1:15 n. hi. rKflp;
Stmr. James MnKce, iioiu Maul, S:2U
Stmr. W. a. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai ports, G;10 n. in.
Am. schr. Andy Mnhoiiy, Jorgenscu,
f Him Gray's Harbor, 7-45 a. m.
Am. schr. A. J. West, Ynrnebcrg,
from Orny's Harbor, 9 n. in.
Stmr. Nocau, Mitchell, from Klliolo,
1 35 p. m.
, Monday, March 30.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders,
from Sail Francisco.
K X U MM M K M 301 M i& M M H M
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Saturday, March 28.
A.-H. S. S. Despatch, Kokervvltz. for
Makawell, 5 i. m.
A.-II. 8. 8. Nevadan, Gieene. for Ka
huliil, 5 p. m.
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K SAttlNG TODAY
K H K M 3t K 5C K K H K K Si II 31 a
P. M. 8. S. Manchuria, Saunders,
for the Orient, 5 p. m. toda.
S DUE TOMORROW
d Ml K M X J M K 5C JC W M 3f M 5J
C.-A. S. S. Miiranm, from Sydnc),
RrUbanc nnd Suvn.
' SAILING TOMORROW
jt k m n k a a ;8 a w it it jt m sc js a
U. 8. N. Collier Alexander, Henilcks.
lor Magdalcua Hay,
Stmr. Mnmia Ken, Freeman, for
Hllo and way ports, noon.
Stmr. W. (I. Hill, Thompson, for
Kauai, C p. in.
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O. 8. 8. Alameda, Uowdcll, for Snu
Fumclsco, 10 a, in,
KELSEY LEAVES HIL0
Hllo, Hawaii, March 20. Henry
K. Kelsoy has resigned his position
as manager and partnor of tho firm
of Wall, NlcholB Co., Ltd., and will
probably leave Hllo on May 22 mid
Honolulu on May 27 by tho Austru-'lau-Canadl.m
lino stoamor sailing
en thnt dnto.
THE MANnminiA um t :
o'clock this uvenlng for thu Orient.
one win ibko on about forty passen
gers from hoio, most of whom aio
THE BARK AMY TURNER has her
cargo nboimt unloaded now. Sho Is
at tho Ewn Bldo of tho Manna Kca
Tfiero will bo a meeting of tho
Hoard of Agilculturo and Foicstry nt
Ilarrlman faces 103s of 2,001,000
ncro (and grab through falluro tu
obey conditions of government grant.
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