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EVENINf) nUM.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., TUESDAY, MARCH 31, i9(U
EADY TOMORROW, April 1st
PRIMO BOOK BEER will be sold
1 rfiflf n l)
It WEEKLY CAIEHDAR
Oceanic Stated, 2nd Decree,
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special.
'I HUUKUAY .;'
Honolulu Comrmnder Order"
of the Temple.
i.tl Aloha Chapter No. 3 Specr
All visiting members of cho
' order are cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
J'Mcots every Monday evening at
330 In ii. O. 0. V. Hall. Fort Sttcet.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
lli:N. 1. V1CKHRS, N. U.
r AH visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'nicsday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ucrctnnla. Vl3KIug broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
,. W. L. lyle. C.U.,,..
I-'. WALDRON, K.n's."
""OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets cvory Friday ovculng aV
7:.30 In K. of 1. Hall, comor Kort
and Ucrctnnla. Visiting brotlieia
cordially Invited to ntlend.
, ,A. O. DKER1NG, CO..
, JAS. W. WHITE, K.U.S.
SONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, U. 1'. O.
tJ..,wlll meet In their hall on King
Bear Kort street overy Friday even
ing. By order ot tho hi II. ,
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, B. 11.
Wm. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30; o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ilerctuula. VlBltlng broth
ers' cordially invited to attend.
, W. Ii. FUAZEE, CO..
( E. A. ACOIISON, K11.3,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.'
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th 'WEI)-
NESJDAY ovcnlngs of eaiii month at
7:30 o'clock ln'K. of P. Hall, corner
ltartnnla-ntid Kurt streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
IV W. L. FUAZEK, V., Prcst.
1 (IL-T.,MQOtlJ, Secy..
HAWAIIAN-TRIBE No. l.'l.'O. R. M
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
lajn?of eu'ch iriorith nt Kn'lghts ot
Fytlijan, J. foil- VJsltlng brothers cor
dially' invltad to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachcra. ,
, . A. K. MUUPllY, 0. of It.
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Precious Stones
ondi Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows. . r''.
1018 NUUANU NEAR 'KING1."
I Folding Carts
King and Bethel Sts.
will regulate the trouble and
bring prompt relief. These
pills have recently been plac
ed on the market ngain and
arc recommended to the pub
lic. Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STItEETS
It will build you up
-CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. F0P.T AND KINO STS.
Bulletin, Busincsi Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial' Room Phone 185,
LOCAL AND GENERAL I
A Bulletin Want Ad.'can find you !
a better boarding house. Only one'
cent a word.
A clean City means health. '
Panama hats cleaned at tho (ilolic.
Eveijono who chews, choose Den-
riitnnm Health Pills niako rlcl
blood; COc. u jiackago. Try them.
There is no finer delicacy
chocolate made by Allcgrctti.
1IIII1I-'.V 4: ,IiUPU H tlICIIIUK IllBpiil
nf llMgorlo robes lakes place tomorrow
Ihe Heasldo cottages aro delightful
In tho summer time. Kngago a cot
(ugu now for tho seamm.
A nlcn hot lunch, whether J mi buy n
drink or not, Ih sened dully from 4 to
C nt Iho Fashion Saloon.
Judgo l.lnds.iy n)olulcd IMwnrd
V. Tilling guardian of Ho Ah Leu
md Hu Ah Qual, minors, without
(Uorgo Canaxnrro, son of Consul
(li'iicrul Caimvarro, has been olcclo I
to Sigma XI, n scliolaishlp honor of
Judgo Lindsay admitted tho will of
.loso Klcardo to nrobato nnd appointed
Krank Andrado and David I)aton ev
(.cutors without bonds.
I Ahoy, tm Nuuann below Hotil
street. Is offering laces at prices ncv-
er-licfcuo heard of In this city. Tho
sale Is for n week only.
If your cash rccister does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Uffice Specialty Co..
Ltd.: rhonc 14a.
J. M. Dow sett, executor of tho pa
late nf Anna tlrern, deceased, has filed
an Inventory showing a total valuation
of $32,300, this with the ttocks count
ed at par.
Judgo Itoblusou continued two crlm
lual cases until today when now Jur
ors mo due. In court. Several of tho
(lrst panel luuo elected to servo an
Hawaiian Tru.it Co., Lid., filed Us
first and final account as executor ol
tho estate of John Una, deceased
Judge Lindsay referred it to John
Mnrcnlllno as master for n report.
On account of tlio Increuso in busi
ness, Mrs, Dlekereon has been obliged
to vacate her Alnkea street storo and
tuko a stnin with larger quarters In
the Sachs building on Ucrctnnla Avo.
Jniiu'S S. McCnudless, who returned
yesterday In the Manchuria, stated
that San 1'iaiic.lKco Is building vciy
rapidly, Hu further stated that It
looks an if thu Pacific Coast wcio
Chief of Dutectlcs Taylor will go
to tho Coast on tho Ilufnrd for it vaca
tion combined with business. Ho
wants to got familiar with thu Coast
crooks who aro likely to como hero
when tho fleet arrives.
Wheto Is it used? Kerywhoro on
thu Pacific on shore nnd afloat, by
tho United States tlovcrnment, by
warships And liners, by tho principal
hotels, by physicians nnd hospitals ns
weljl ns In prlvato houses. Why do
they uso It so nuclusUely? llucuuso
It Is the host and cheapest obtainable.
What Is "It"? Why Tansan water, of
Andrew 12. Cox, solo dovlsco and
legatee under tho will of John P, An
derson, has fllod n receipt for tho piop
eity. There Is real ostato consisting
of three plccos of hind at Kanmnana
mil, Wulaliia, containing respectively
0 8!( acres, 7,91 acres nnj 5.B acres,
nnd t'wi pieces ot land on Punchbowl
hill,, Honolulu, containing respectively
71.250 squaru fcot and 11,200 sqtiaio
reet, tho peisouni pioporiy consists
of two. notes amounting (o $3000, se
cured by mortgage on u piece ot land
in Pensacola street containing 19,2110
Hiuaro (cot, nnd $1133.08 cash remain
ing niier nil payments as snuwn uy
accounts on flhi. Ar. Cox, upon whom
this Httto fortune has dropped, 1b u
member of tho Hoard ot Supervisor
ot tho County of Oahu.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST.
It's the best BOCK
Pirichot Oriiy In Congress
WASHINOTO.N" I). C March 30. Scnsntjonnl charges were mado
in the House toda) b) Keprcscntnthc S. C, Smith, of the Eighth Dis
trict, California, ngilnst National Koresler Plnchot, claiming that he has
been using tho Dun an of Forestry In tho aid of prlvato concerns.
Clifford Plnchot who hns bccn'ln Honolulu niul who hns long taken
an Interest In the Islands, Is the head of the Forest Servlco of tho Unit
ed States, a branch of tho Department of Agriculture. Ho Is n Ynlo
classmate of cxKlo.ernur Cnrtcr nnd a warm personal friend of his. Ho
Is n man of liirh personal character and an Intimate friend of President
LUMBER MEN CLOSE THEIR MILLS
drcd mills, met
KViish., March 30.
In (ouventlon in this
with tho order Issued from the Federal court that they should fllo bonds
to guarantee tl
L-li railroad rates.
than comply wlui the order,
JOHN REDMOND FIGHTS FOR HOME RULE
,'n;land, March 30.
In n debute tod iy oyer tho Irish Home Utile question, John Hcdmond,
tho leader ot th lilsh Home Hulc wing, presented a strong argument
why local anion umy should bo granted his country.
BRYAN AND HARMON
KANSAS CITY, Mo March 30 Two thousand banqueters attended
tho dollar dinner given tonight for William Jennings Ilryan nnd Judson
Harmon, who was Attorney General of tho United States during tho
MANY ARRESTS IN HAYTIAN ARMY
POUT-Al'-PHINCK, Haytl. March 30. Numerous arrests Imo been
made among the, officers of tho Haytlan army who aro suspected of com
plicity In tho recent conspiracy against tho (lovcrnment.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Call at the II 1 1 o 1 1 n onico for a
Tho gum "Wlint Is." Denlyne tho
Annul in iiin m.iritit.
Tnko your ea'nlago or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy, Co. for
Next time sou nro down town, tiy i
Ilannnn Special for 15 cuntB, nt thu
Hollister Drug Co.'a now toda foun
Tho General Arthur Clgi has stood
tho test of timet. It Is still tho fav
orite with smokers wjio iIimmj eato-
A very lino Airedale terrier bo
longing to .1. L'. llobertsoiil was re
ceived at the kennels of A. It. How.it,
D, V, S Saturday morning.
Faster Jewelry Is something which
you'll bo wanting, cither for )ouitolf,
or for wife or swccthcait. Call at
Carlo's and see what ho has to offer.
The quality of tho goods and their low
prlcu wll surprise you.
In tho foreclosure matter of nil.
abeth Uobson vs. tho Hawaii Lund
Company, Ltd., Judgo Lindsay this
morning approcd tho return inn. ac
count of sale of tho CimnnsMUier.
Tho land sold Is located In Honolulu
and the price received was $li"0.
Judgo Lindsay this morning, In ac
cordance with tho order of default al
lowed yesterdny, gavo Judgment in
the sum of $l(ir.2.27 for tho plaintiff In
tho mntter of Lowors & Cooko b. Cos
ta & Sllvu. Tho amount owing was
for goods purchased by the defendant
Get next to yourself and let us build
that cauoo, rowing boat or jncht
which you linvo In mind, Wo'll have
It ready In no tlmo and tho price will
bo so low that you" will wonder how
wo can do It. Vfo'vo done It before.
Iiowever, so wo know, Q. D. Walker,
King street, near Alap.il.
Dr. Uowut's old pnrcr, "Wayboy,"
(2:18), wont the last heat of his
last race n fow days ago. Ho was u
famous old horse In this country nnd
there will bo many'who will bo sorry
to heal- of his death.', Ho ran a good,
long rnce, but Father Time won
Promptly nt 12 o'clock today, thu
llnor Mnuna Kon, Capt. Freeman, ot
tho Intcr-lslaud fleet, loft for Hawaii.
She carried lot ' prominent pcnplo
and a number of tho fair sex who
were decorated with carnation, mnllu
and Ulma lels. Among tho passen
gors was W. A. Kinney, Ho was ac
companied by his con and Stenog
rapher Koarns, Judgo Stanley was
also u passenger, Mr. and Mrs. A. CI.
saloon in Honolulu.
BEER ever offered in Honolulu. Try it.
Lumber men, representing three hiin-
city today nnd refused to comply
They will close their mills rather
Tho Holiso of Commons indulged
AT DOLLAR DINNER
M Uobcrlsnn wcro among tho depart'
Ing passcngeis. Manager J, T, Molr
of tho Onomc.i Sugar Co. returned to
"'' "ot"" """ T. (Jllvo Davles
went awny on huslness to return
I L. Harding, of tho Internal Hov
. onuo Servlco. who urrlvcd yesterdny
on tho Mnnchurla, Is sent down by
noenuo Agent Thomas, who wus here
recently, to nsslst tho local ofllcu In
Its outside work, which on account
of there being onu man lacking dun
ing tho last year of Roy Chambet-
Iain's Incumbency lu office, -has got
a little behind. Mr. Harding will bu
hero until tho end of thu fiscal year,
Senator Palmer Woods. Iho Nation
al committeeman of thu Democratic
party, was In consultation with W, A,
Kinney on bonid thu steamer Mnuna
Kea this morning. This occurred
about jo minutes before tho flagship
left ror her reguinr ports of call. When
the Senator descended tho gangplank
ho manifested signs of satisfaction.
The special cnbo of Jury men called
to 1111 out the term In Judgo Robin
son's court appeared and answered to
their names this morning and were
excused until next Monday, on ac
count, thu Judgo stntcd, of tho illness
of County Attorney Cathcnrt which
would probably proont him from ni
waring In court beforo that tlmo.
Ah Poon, a Chinese who was lu
trouble last week, has been nrrcateJ
nn n charge of obtaining monoy o.i
false pretenses. Hu Is ullegod to hao
sold somo shacks belonging to Frank
Cooko, nt Palolo, to somo Japanese,
who toio them dawn and used tho
lumber for other purposes.
Adolpho Ituvclra wus arrested today
on n warrant sworn to by Joseph Ii
vine, who nllegcs-that ho' threatened to
cut his throat with a ruzor thu flnt
cluiucu ho got.
Judgo Dole this morning, approved.
thu accounts (,i Gcorgo A. Davis as
United States Commissioner, for thu
past quarter. Davis has resigned hlri
If Your Eyes
are all right, you are'fortu
nate; if they are just a lit
tle wrong, sec a competent,
scientific optician about f
A. N, SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUlXDINCt
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, March 30.
SAN FllANCISCO Arrived Mch. 29:
A.-Il. S. S. Ncbrnskau, hence March
QUAY'S HAIIUOR Anhcd Mch. 28:
Am. bktne. Hawaii, from Makawell,
AIIEIUIEKN -Arrived March 29:
Am. bchr. Manila, henco March 11,
MAHUKONA Sailed, 'March 27:
Am. bk. Mohican, for San Francisco
MAKAWELI Arrived March 29:
Am. bktne. Chchall.s, from Kuhulul
M Bfi 5C H. K 2d 3C M 50 a 51 5J 3C 3C 3 5
x M m a a x k tt jt a M IS )( M K
AllVlCns UKCKIVHI) by Iho Nip
pon Mnru are to tho effect that thu
now Japanese liner, Tenyo Mnru, built
ror tho San r-ranclsco route, hns ex
ceeded nil expectations as to spcoJ
and other requirements. On her re
cent trial she easily mado 20.C miles
an houf and not tho slightest vibra
tion was felt, this being attributed to
the fact that flio stcaniBhlp has turbine
engines. Going nt tho speed men
tioned tho Ten jo Mnru was mado to
turn In llttlo more than her own
length by tho exceptionally powerful
tteerlng npparalus lu use. Trials nt
various speeds aro being mada In
order to dctcrmlno the consumption ol
fuel. The vcbsoI Is to bo placed on
thu route In Juno. Sho Is 575 feet
long, C3 feet In breadth and hns n dis
placement of 21,000 tons. Sho will
bo nblo to carry 275 saloon, 51 Inter
mediate and 800 steerage passengers.
Tho following is tho roport of the
purser of tho Mnrnmn: It. M, S. Ma
raina, 0427 tons, Capt. J. Glbb, an I veil
hero at C a. m. this day from Sydney
la Brisbane and Suva. Left Sydney
nt 9; 30 p. m. on lGth lust., Uilsbano 1
n. m. on 18th, arrived at Suva at 3.30
p. m. on 23d, sailed again at G a. in.
on 24th and arrived ns above. Exper
ienced fresh to moderate variable
winds to equator, thence moderate to
Iresh Nil. trades.
Till: OII.-SI1IP Santa Maria sailed
uway tills morning early. Shu is u
very Inrgo vessel, and loomed up largo
oven beside tho American Hnwallan
(THE IlArtKF.NTlNK IUMGAHD,
Cnptiiln ChrlstcnBcn, nrilvcd hero this
morning fioin Sau Francisco. Sho
hi ought a general cargo, and Is
docked at tho Drawer wharf,
K K KM 3( M M M ii M K it Si. is 3C M B
Per S, S. Mnnchurla, for tho Orient,
Mnrch 30. Kdwln Dnlmor, Miss Ruth
Ilalmer, A. O. Drown, Miss Florenco
Carpenter, Mrs. Ada M. Clark, Louis
G. Deadlier, Mrs. Z. G. Dunn, D. II.
Gamble. Mrs. D. D. Gamble, S. D.
Gamble, fl. J, Gamble, II. D. Hnllctt,
Dr. II. Huntington, Mrs. II. Hunting
toil, T. Joso, Mrs. T. Jose, iJoliu W,
Morrlam, Mrs. John W. Merrlam, J.
P. Prlmley, Mrs. J. P. Prlmley, W1I
bur F. Smith, Mrs. Wilbur F, Smith,
Mrs. Geo. N. Stono nnd maid, C. II.
Towlo, Mrs. C. II, Towlo, Mrs. Win. II,
Wnrron, Win, 11. Warreu II, A. Who
don. Mrs. A. Whcdon. Z. G. Dunn.
Per stmr. Maumi Kea, for llllo and'
way ports, March 31. J. It. Gait and
wlfo, C. S. Plllsbury, Q. H. Robert
son, Call Schacfcr, J. T Molr, Gcorgo
Irn Adams anil wire, R. A. Koarns, W
A, Kinney, Mrs.. Slumseu and 2 chll
(Iron, Mjs, Knumli mid child, Mis, Ka
mall, C. Y. Al. A. It. Alljeft, D. 11. Mur.
(loch: A. O. M. Robertson and wlfo. J.
A. McDonald, Mr. Ferguson, D, DaJ
mon, I.. K, Smith. Judgo Stnnloy, W,
T. Uawllns, Mrs, Smith, O. N. Smith,
R. T. Smith, J. J. New combe, Dr. A.
D. Clark, T. C Davles, Miss M. A.
Peck, Mrs. W T. Balding, John S.
Smcaton and wlfo, Mrs. H, R, Hind,
Mrs. Nowell, Otto Wlx, Misses Wins
ton (2), Lieut. Urlghtson, A. R. Elbert,
Mies Rogers, Miss Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs, N. K. Smytho, G. H Urown, L.
sovernnco, Mrs. Helen Kiiehit, Mrs.
Charles Hoswell, Aithur J. Hairing
Car" BUELETIrTADS. PAY
IN Ml Pile
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3d a s -2 s x a s
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a m. (1 p m. .1 m p m- Rise
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1' I . I i 9 H 9 54 5 !' ' I! 5 SI
p.m n-ni I I
( 4 il 1-5 J 55 to c6 lo )) $ 50 6 16 ScW
4 5T.I- 4 lo 10 ) II it 5 49 6 6, o
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4 6 tr.i I s , 11 t o it 5 43 6 17 10 C9
5 1 11,1.6 6 07 11 48 1 15 5 47 6 17 11 08
New moon, Mar. 31, at 6:39 p. m.
Hawaiian standard time Is loMiours
30 minutes slowor than Oreenwlch
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrcea 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. in., which is tho sanio
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo lor tho
XKliX it U X M, H K M M Ml H H M
Si M SS H 8 H. U M M KM K 8! E9 11
Tuesday, March 31.
R. M. S. S. Marama, Glbb, from
Colonies, a. m.
Am, bktne. Irmgard, Chrlstcnscn,
lrom Const, a. m, , ,,
k tii a is: k k j i a n h m a n a m
5l M 3S X ii 35 l K ii M M Mi W It
Monday, Mnrch 30.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tullett, for
Kauai, 5 p. in.
S. S. Santa Maria, for Port Harford,
5 p. m.
S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, fur Or
ient, 5 p. in.
Tuesday, March 31.
I.-I. S. S. Mauna Kea, Five'.i'un, fur
llllo and Hawaii ports.
M SAILING TODAY
It. M. S. S. Marama, Glbb, for llrtt
U. S. N. Collier Alexander, Hcn
rlcks, for Mngdalcna Ray.
Stmr. W. G .Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Iwulnul, Self, for Molokni and
Maul ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Haina
ktui, 5 p. 111-
Slmr. Nllhau, Owen, for Pimaliiu,
H 6S M J 5t 3 M ! Kj 5t M M S4 S K l)
K SAILING TOMORROW
fcK 3C )t fi M H rt 35 31 3C W M 3 JI 311 31
O. S. S. Alameda, Dow dell, for San
Fiauclsco, 10 a. in.
H SI 3d X 3D M ft W K 3 M A M K
a PASSENGERS BOOKED
X M X 1W X M K W M M M 311 3D K Bd K
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kaunt,
March 31. R. W, T. Purvis, wife and
family, A. Robinson, H. Anderman, W,
Andcrmnn, C. M, Lovstcd, Mr, With
Ington, Mi, Prossur.
Per stmr. Iwalanl, for Molokal and
Maul ports, March 31. Miss J. Hart
well, R. Hind, G, P. Cooke nnd family.
3i 3il M 3d M 3C 3? M Ki M 55 M rt 3C 30!i
PASSENGERS ARRIVED 5
Per R. M. S. Marama, from Col
onics, Mnrch 31. For Honolulu: Mes
dames Werner, C, Hill, Miss Ford,
Messrs, Huataco, Hudd, Miss Paul,
Mcsdames Lnlng, Harnhani nnd child,
G. Smith and 1 steerage
ADVICKS HAVE DEBN rccolvod to
tho effect that fifteen men havo do
seitcd tho Aericnu Bhlp Atlas, Cap;
lulu Dart, at Kuhulul. It Is not known
for certain yet whether or not HiIh Is
trilo. Thu Edward Sowull has taken
on n good part of her crew for tho
trip around tho Horn.
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,
l, . JiLa1&fr Si ii -'.