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Oceanic Stated, 2nd Decree.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Gpeclal.
Honolulu Commander Order
of the Temple.
el Aloha Chapter No. 3 Sped
All visiting members of he
! order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7;30 In I. O. O. r. litill, fan ouuuu
E. 11. IIEMUKir, secretary
i, HEN. r. riUKtiiui, . u.
visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mint evorv 'lucsday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretnnlc. Visiting broth,
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. h. LYLE. CO.', ;j-;
P. WALDRON, K.K.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meots evory Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Kort
and' Deretanla. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.S,.
' ' '
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B:P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge NO1; 510. U. P. O.
E., will meet In their hairon King
rear' Fort slreet-'overy Friday even.
Uy order of tho K K.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. B. RICJHARDSON. S3. II.
' Wo. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.of P
Meots every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth'
m cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE, CO.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall.'corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
. Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
. W. I FRAZEE. W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, scy.
y. trttATT4ii Tnrnr Mn 1 I n H. H.
3Hi.-- 'Meets every nrst and third Thurs-
'-" da'3, of each mouth at Knights ol
Ka a I'yiuian nan. visiting wtutuuio ,
t - J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
, A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
3 A. TR F?
jewelry is something wliicli you'll be
wanting, either for yourself, or for
Mrifft nr sweetheart. Call at our
-ore nml see what we have to offer
ti, crnnda are ricrht: so aie the
Drices. If we can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
''1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
- Go Garts
t Limited, k. ,
h-tngand 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 &
POUT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Is now on sale in bottles and on draught everywhere in
It's the best BOCK BEER ever offered in Honolulu. Try
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. can And you
a better boarding house. Only one
cent a word.
A clean City means health.
Panama tints cleaned at tho Globo.
Call nt tho 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n odlcij- for a
Putnam Health Pills mnko rich
blood ! EOc. a packngo. Try thorn.
There is no finer delicacy than
chocolate made by Allegretti.
Honk! Honk! Cnll 1111, J. A. Mc
l.wcl, for tho pleasantust unto ride.
Hawaiian Trlbo No. 1. I, O. R. M..
will meet in K. of P. hall this cvcnlna
The Suaeldo cottages nro delightful
In tho uummcr time. Engage a col
Inge now for tho neanon.
Olhe Hrnnch Rcbekah Lodgo No. 2,
I. O. O. V., will meet In Odd Fellow h'
Hnll this evening nt :30.
Try tho beer nt thu Hoffman. E
ery glass Just as cold as it should be
and as snappy as catf-be desired.
Tho Ilnwallnn Carriage apd Manu
facturing Comp.my Is making six der
ricks for W. II, Hoogs, contractor.
Take ye-ur carriage or automobilji
ta HawaliniiCnrrlago, Maiity, Co, for
up-to-date repairs. '
' At the nnnual meeting nt the Antl
Saloon League, to bo held this oven
lug". Mr: Woolley will report on bis
lour of tho Islands.
Harry Hnlcombe, of tho local cablo
stnff. villi leave ory shortly forOuam,
U; which station ho has been trans
ferred by the company.
Thero will be nn Important meeting
of Polynesian Encampment, I. O. O.
F., on Friday evening. All membeis
are requested to attend.
' llf your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Phone 143.
Mrs. J. D. Rellly of Klnuu street,
who has been very ill of nervous pros
tration, expects to leao this morning
for W'nhlawa, hoping to benefit by tho
Tho joiing ladles of i tho Knlulohs
Rowing Club are planning to glvo a
very novel Easter sale. Candles of ill.
kinds, and beautifully decorated Eas
ter eggs, will bo the main feature.
Manuel RIcluudB, Portuguese, fell
off a car near (ho old Knlnmkl Zoo
about noon yesterday, badly spraining
a hand anil sovetely bruising Ills face,
Ho was Bent to tho Queen's Hospital,
Tho best wnter In tho world for the
stomach, liver or kidneys is Tnnsaiu
It has no unpleasant tasto, Is mora
highly charged than any other wntcr
on the market, Ring tip 171 and place
order for a caBe.
Governor Fronr says that" tho mut
ter of opening 'up Territorial lots In
Kaneoho. or lands exchanged for them.
sultablo for pineapple culture, Is be
ing delayed pending tho settlement of
water rlshts that will bo arranged
Work on tho battery back of Dia
mond Head Ib delayed on account of
lack of sand which must bo obtained
fiom crushed rock which is not com
ing nccordlng to plans. Preparations
are being made for a secuud cnmlior
to overcomo tho delay.
Tho King of Italy has conferred nit
on William I.anz of V. A Scliuefer &
Co., of this city tho decoration of a
Chewiller of tho Order of the Sons of
Mauritius and Lazarus In appreclatoln
of his attentions to Pilnco Ferdlnnndo
of Saoy, while hero In tho cruiser
Governor Frear may leavo on Apiil
24, and may take with him n number
of representative citizens, to attend
tho meeting of governors of various
States and Territories called by Pres
ident Roosevelt to occur oarly in May,
when matters of general Importance,
bucIi ns Irrigation, forest reservation
and Intor-stato conunerco will bo con
sldeicd and recommended for lcglsln
A Host Excellent Assortment of,
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING SI.
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, March 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Maich 20:
Am. Schr. Defender, for Mahukonn.
SAM FRANCISCO Sailed March 21:
O. S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
A.-ll. S. S. Arlznnan, for Puget
SYDNEY Arrived March 21:
Dr. S. S. Aorangl, henca March 7.
Monday, March 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mnrch 22:
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, bunco
SAN FRANOISCO-Salled March 21:
Am. bktnc. Cnronndo, fur Honolulu.
TORT HARFORD Arrived March 22:
Am S. S Santa Rltu, from Kahulul,
HILO Sailed, March 10:
Am. bk. Albert, for Kannapalt.
HILO Sailed, Maich 17:
S. S. Enterprise, fur San Francisco.
HILO Arrived, Mnich 10:
Am, bk. Annlo -Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Arrived Maic!i 10:
Am. bk. Mohican, fiom San Fran
cIsco. i; j i
ELEi-LE Arrlvec) March 20. ,
Mr, S. S, Adato.uronj Newcastle.
KAHULUI, Arrived' March 14:,
Chchalls. 'from Nitrate ports.
KAHULUT Sailed, March 21:
Chchalls, for Makawcll.
S.AN DlEQO-T-Arrlyed, Mnrch 22:
A.-IL S. S. Mexican from Sallna
Tuesday,, March 24,
FIJI Hailed MarciijSJ;,
I!r. S. S. Mnratna., for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCfSCOSnlled Maich 24:
P. M. S. 8. Mnnchtiiln, for Hono
lulu. SEATTLE Arrived Mnrch 24:
A.-II. S. S. Arlzonan, from San Fran
cisco. SAN DIEGO Arrived March 23:
A.-IL S, B. Mexican, from Sallna
HILO Arrived March 23:
Am. sp. Astral, honco March 21 lu
Wednesday, March 25.
SYDNEY Arrived March 24:
S. S. Aorangl, Jicnco Mnrch 7.
SAN DIEGO Sailed March 25:
A,-H. S, S. Mexjcan, for San Fran
Thursday, March 26,
3AN FRANCISCp-Arrlyed Maich 2C:
Am. bk. G. C. Tobey, from IIIIo
March 3. , .
HILO Sailed, March 25:
A.-II. S. '8. Virginian, for Sallna
KAHULUI Arrived March 20:
Am. sif. Atlas, from San Francisco.
HANA Arrived March 10:
Am. schr. Muriel, from San Fran
cisco, HANA Sailed March 25:
Am, schr. Muriel, for Honolpu.
Friday, March 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 2T:
S, S, Entciprlbo, from Hllo Mar, 17.
Am. bk. Geo, Curtis, hence Mai 11.
SAN .FRANCISCO Sailed, Mar. 27:
Am. schr. H. C. Wright, for Mahu
konn, YOKOHAMA Arrived March 27:
P. M. S. S. Slborla, henco Mar. 10.
Saturday, March 28.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived March 27:
A.-H. S, S.'Toxan, from Hllo, Mnicli
SA NFRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 27:
Dr. S. 8'. Asia, honce March 21.
VANCOUVER Sallod March 27:
Ilr. S. S. Moann, for Honolulu.
(IONOIPU Sailed , Maich 28:
Am. schr. Muriel, for. San Fian-
Monday, March 30.
SAN FRANCISCO-iArrlvdd Mch. 20:
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, hence Maich
GRAY'S HARBOR Arrived Mch. 28:
Am. bktnc. 'Hawaii, from Makawcll,
AHERDEKN-Ai rived March 29:
Am. schr. Manila, henco Mnrch 11,
MAHUKONA Sailed. March 27:
Am. bk. Mohican, for San Francisco.
MAKAWELI Arrived March 29:
Am. bktno Clielmlla, from Kahulul.
Tuesday, March 31.
GRAYS HARIIOR Arrived March 30:
Echr. C. A. Thayer, henco March 8
11REMEN Salledg March 27:
Alexander Incnberg, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed March 31:
Hongkong Mum, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Miiic'i 31.
.Nlpiion Maru, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE S.Uled Maich 31.
Arlznnan, foi Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 1:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for Hono
lulu, SEATTLE Arrived April 1:
Am. srhr. Allco Cooko, licnco Mch. 3.
HONOII'U Arrived April 1:
Am. schr. Defender, from San Fran
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 1:
S. S. llllonlan, licnco March 24.
LANDLORDS TO UNITE
(Continued from P:ge 1)
simple, and will probably be-adoptcd.
It Is to liuvo u book nt some one of
tho big oinces at which the names of
bad tenants will bo kept. All tho
liouso ngents will have access to this
book, and when tomo rent-dodger
does ut one, of theqi on, some deal his
name will b'o entered on the book, to
gether with a short btntement of his
particular line of insculity. The re
sult wilt be that when the agents nro
approached by would-be tenants
wlimti ttinv f nniiMnt nf n ,lnii1itfnl
character, they will simply go to the
book, where they will II nil data on
the question ns to his honesty.
"The way (he noblo fraternity of
those who believe that It fs cheaper
to move than to pay rent has dono
us up and continues to do It Is sotne-
j thing fierce,'' said a prominent house
ut people In Honolulu who regulorly
ngeni litis illuming. mere ure iois
pay one month's rent nnd get three
months' service They comprise all
nationalities and races, but most ot
them aie white. Some, of them nro
quite well up In tho law, too, and,
knowing how hard It Is to get them
out under the law they defy the land
lord In safety.
"Thero are somo fellows who have
got tho art of beating the lnndloid
down pat, Take, for Instance, the
dodgo of going to the ngont and tak
ing thakcy nnd then moving In with
out saying anything further. Tho
agent asks this gentleman if ho has
taken the house and he says that it
bults him perfectly, but never a cent
does ho pay, nor does ho In nay way
do anything which will establish In
law the rotation between landlord
uuil tenant. As a consequents the
landlord cannot suo for rent, und his
only remedy Is to begin n-sult In
ejection. This takes a long time, and
In tho menntllna the foxy gentleman
stnyu In the lipase. A man who has
nothing docs not need to rent ns
tilings nro at present, but If wo got
this plan of a record book through
thoro nro going to be hard times for
Governor Frear, tho Health Commit'
tco and tho trustees of the Chamboif
of Commorco, will this afternoon make
a tour of Inspection of Iho quarantine
station on Maullola Island, starting at
3 o'clock from tho foot of Fort BtrcoL
Tho Health Commltteo takes" an ac
tive Interest In everything pertaining
to tho qunrantlno service, as well as
In other health matters, arid as tho
Goyernor, ns woll ns niauy of thq
other members of tho party, havo
never visited tho station, tho visit
will undoubtedly bo a profitable one,
is believing. If you can't see well,
how can you know what to believe 1
IF the imperfection is in your
glasses, we can remove it. If you
NEED glasses we can fit you properly
A, N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
(Special to The Uullctln)
Wnl'liikn, Maul, April 1. Tho Ka
hulul Union Church of Knhtilul,
Maul, has received word that the
Rev. Theodore 'A. Woltrlp of Phoe
nix, N. Y., has accepted tho call to
become tho pastor of tho church.
RoV. and Mrs. Wnltrlp tiro expected
to begin their work In Kuluilul In
May of this year.
MISS MARY WILCOX
(Continued from Page 1)
glvo tho official nnmo to tho yacht
which Is looked to as tho winner of
the great rnco from tho mainland to
Diamond Head. What a demonstra
tion thero will bo when tho "Hawaii''
sails proudly Into Honolulu harbor
with the "broom of victory" flying
from her masthead! How proud will
bo Captain Aitc Lylc, and Navigator
Harris, and tho. volunteer crewl For
If loyalty and prayers, knowledge anil
skill' work nnd niirrii uf It. lmtn nnv.
thing to do with tho winning of the
raco.itho tranB-Paclflc trophy cup wll)
uclpug to Hawaii.
Thov Royal Hawaiian Dand will bo
present .at tho launching. Tho late
hpUr for tho ceremony hns been named
on.ac'co'uirt of the fact that the tide Ib
at Jits highest, then.. Miss Mary Kaul
Wilcox, who 'will christen tho yacht,
Is tho daughter of A, S. Wilcox of
Tho following -nro tho men who
will sail on tho yacht: Captain and
Sailing-master, Alco Lylo; navigator,
Captain Harris; sailor, Ernest Meek
er: sailor, George Turnor; sailor, Jack
O'Drlcn; Bailor, Ray Rcltow; and two
others who havo not been selected
as yet, but who will probably be men
who have followed the sea for a voca
tion. A native sailor who goes by the
name of Dan, who Is known as one of
tho most fearloss and best seamen
around the islands, will probably bo
ono of tho professional men, Tho oth
ers nro local boys who havo sailed
ynchts, and who nro ready nnd willing
Tho public Is Invited to bo on hand
nt tho launching ceremony Saturday
MAY DEPORT M0RAT0
(Continued from Poze lJ
much anarchistic literature, as lie
chouo without being subject to any
Morato, It is thought, Is trying In
do on a small scalo what Kmnin Gold
mairand her comrades aro doing on
larger, and tho Federal authorities are
taking steps to suppress him as soon
m 1 ' .
(Continued from Page 1)
taken the matter up, and Is Invest!
gating the reason why tho cablcshlp
has been taken from Honolulu. At
a recent meeting It was stated that
Iho reasons for this wcro because of
the S400 water charge on the water
front and the heavy, tax on tho cablo
for three miles out at sea. The As
sociation has appointed James Wake
field to seo the officials of the com-.
pany when he goes East. Various
reasons why It Is bettor that the Re
storer be stationed nt Honolulu will
be presented, and everything possible
dono to get the boat back.
The long-delayed $10,000 damage
suit of Walter C. Peacock versus A.
M. Drown, Harry T. Lako and E. A.
Douthltt was takon up before nJury
in Judgo Da Holt's court this morn
ing. Peacock Is suing on the ground
of false imprisonment. He wna ar
rested on December 3, 190G, by Lake
on tho charge of selling adulterated
liquor, Drown was at Uiat time
Sheriff and Douthltt County Attor
ney. Tho complaint originally In
cluded A. J. Campbell, Territorial
Treasurer, and now secretary of tho
Liquor License Commission, hut tho
suit ns against him lias since been
withdrawn. Peacock was discharged
by the Judge and at onco brought
suit for damages, Lako says that he
was only acting In tho line ot his
duty In making the nrrcst.
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New moon. Mar. 31, at 0:39 p. m.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 157
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho timo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
1: 'a a it k t; m sc pt as si u a w
K ARRIVED H
Thursday, April 2.
Am, sp. John Ena, from Norfolk,
Stmr. Claudlnc, Bennett, from Ha- 1
wall ports, a, 111.
W 58 53 M, M X.'JULVi.UlLia.JiW SJIJ
' ciirnTrfxinniv ,M
11 tit 8 K M M JC all 8 K JC K R H H
A.-H. S. S. Ncvndan, Greene, for San
Francisco, 5 p. m.
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M PASSENGERS ARRIVED H
Jt K K a 3J 3S a K ia M K K S 35 ;j
Per stmr. Claudlnc, Uennett, from
Lnhaliia and Hllo, 4:50 n. 111., April 2.
E. II. Cant,- II. Router, E. A. Molt
Smith, J. P. Cooke, Mrs. J. Cockett
and wlfeX. Tavaros, A. M. Norwell,
Dr. Fitzgerald, K. Takano and wife,
Y. Ynniaguchl, Akl. J. W. Recard, C.
II. Fltzpatrlck, E. K. Diivauchclle, A.
A. Kelmnnn and 49 deck.
5 3 3C K "X 3 W W K M M i", 14 M 35
H PASSENGERS BOOKED
H H )l X M K X ii M H M M W OS HI M
Per stmr. Claiullno, for Hllo and
Maul ports, April 3. Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Krumbhaar. Mrs. J, S. llalloy, MIbi
Allco llalloy. Miss A. Logl, Miss Mc
Donald, M. R. Madeiras, wlfo ami
child, Mr. nnd Mrs. Duckwald, Mr.
Logl, E. S. Darry.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Kauai, Apill
2. F. uay and wlfo, Mrs. U K. Dillon,
I). Waggoner, D. L. Austin.
3 K 3S JS 30 !S N M K 35 6 M K K 31
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
U Dfl Ki 3C .) M M K K M K 3C W M 3 W
THE SHIP JOHN ENA arrived hero
this morning from Norfolk. She wait
141 days making tho trip. Tho Uanga
loro, which Is now 102 days out from
the same port, has not been sighted ns
yet. The John Ena Is a much faster
boat than tho Dangaloro, which ac
counts for tho earlier arrival of tho
former bqnt. Tho Ena has not dockeil
but Is lying tied botween tho Naval
nnd the Alakea street whaif.
THE SLIDINO WAYS for tho yacht
Hawaii aro about completed now, Alco
Lylo and a forco of men havo bcon
worfklng on them all day, and they
will bo ready for tho launching Sat
THE NEXT Toyo Klsen Kalsha lin
er for tho Coast wilt bo tho Nippon
Maru. Sho Is duo to arrtvo hero on
tho afternoon of tho sixth ot April
with mall and passengers. ,
THE CLAUD1NE brought In tho fol
lowing height. 1240 sacks sugar, 20
cords wood, 21 sacks corn, 50 cases
honey, 1 automobile,' 4 hogs, 123 .
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal,