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BVKNINO nUIXETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1008
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Pae'fle Stated Third Dearee
Oceanic Flrtt Dearee.
Rose Croix Ceremony of the
Light 7 30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
All viittinB mcmbera of ba
order nre cordially Invited to
attend tnettlngs of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, N-3. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets overy Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKERS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Alests every 'luesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ucrotanla. Visiting broth
n cordially invited to attend.
. L. LYI.E. CO.,
F. WALDHON, K.R.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday ovenlng at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and lleretanla. Visiting brotbeis
cordially Invited to attend.
a. o. deering, c.c.
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, 15. P. O.
B., will meet In their ball on King
Dear Fort street every Friday even
ing. By order of the B K.
HENRY 0. EASTON.
VM, II. McINEKNY, E. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P,
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Tod and lleretanla. Visiting broth
irs cordially lnvltud to attend.
V. L. FIIAZEB, C.C,
E. A. JACOUSON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
al cm i uJ i..- 4th WED
NESDAY Bici.j.t or ii-b. month at
7:30 o'o cK in k nt i Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
:end. V. L. FRAZHE, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M;
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each mouth at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
NO HOSE NEEDED,
! Tel. 109
4000 Green Itootlng Slate 10"xlC.
500 One nnd Two Prong Iron FoTlce
1 2S-guIlon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry is something which you'll be
m -wan tint', either for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart, call at our
itore and see what we have to offer.
The goods are right; so are the
prices. If we can't do business the
h fault won't be ours.
! i r a m
J 01 8 NUUANU NEAR KING.
fv BAMBOO FUKNITURE
0f All Kinds And Descriptions At
' SEE OUR DISPLAY.
lS V 0
King and Bethel Sts.
Here I Where
The Merry Widow
Burns, Tans or
The lotion that will relieve
the unpleasant effects of a
day at the beach is
Sold by the bottle for fifty
Benson, Smith &
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. F0P.T AND KING STS.
t T TTrTTiT'Cr' ttUIWTVWWRfmat'mMBaBammMi
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
FROM NEW YORK and PARIS
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
P ongee Sik
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
I 258 Boretanla 8L Phono 1491,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
SAiV Let a Bulletin Want Ad. get
busy for you, It will save a lot of
A elean City means health.
Panama bats cleaned at the Globe.
Call nt the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ofllce for a
John Cook arrived yesterday fiom
Hawaii In thu Claudlnu.
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try them.
Governor Frear Is preparing adver
tlsements for land teases At Knkai.in.
Honk' Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Me
l.cod, for the ploasanteat auto ride.
Oahu Lodge No, 1, K. of" P., will
meet lu K. of P. hall at 7:30 this cvei.-
George P Thleleii of Honolulu Is
among tliu now nrrlvuls at thu St.
Symphony i cheat sal this evening.
New music will bo taken up for the
Honolulu Scottish Thlstto Club will
inert In Its- rooms, Oregon block, ut
7.30 this evening.
Tuke your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co, for
The band played yesterday afler
noon, preparatory to tho sailing lit
Iho transport Sherman.
Tho Suosldu cottages are delightful
In the summer tlmu. Engage u cot
tage now for tho season.
Stulner's "Cruclfllon" will bo ren
dered again (his evening nt St. An
drew's Cathedral at Oo'clock.
P. I.. Home anil W. W. Ewing. bus
iness men of Honolulu, registered ye'S
terday nt tho Jefferson Cull.
Try the beer nt tnu Hoffman. Ev
cry glass Just as cold as It should be
and as snappy us can bo desired.
J. O. l.utted of the Now England
llakery on Hotel street, returned tbU
morning nil tho steamship Alameda.
Honolulu Lodge, No. GUI. II. P. O.
E will meet In Elks' llnll, Km,:
stieet, near Fort, ut 7:30 this evening.
If j on want thu Ilnest caudles and
co cieam, go to tho Homo of Sweets
the Palm Cafe, Hotel Street, near
I). W. Crowley, who haa been a
coachman for W. G. Irwin for innn
years, cumu back todny on tho Ala
When you need coffee, call up 22
and order n package of May's Old
Kona Coffee. It's roasted mid ground
fresh every day.
Don't miss the chance of getting
ladles' white skirts and silk nnd ilil -gloves
this week nt Illom's. Very low
prices on everything.
Tom Qulnn has gone Into tho auto
hack business with a fine four-passeu-gcr
Quick anil U preiared to furnish
tho best possible service. Phone 3G1.
Thcie will bo work In tho Patriat
chlal degrco In Polynesian Encamp
ment, I. O. O. F nt Odd Fellows
Hall this uvenlng at 7: 3D.
Ladles llud tho Dunn hat uu Inter
esting subject for Easter chat. Tho
style and beauty of Mrs. Dunn's hats
lias caubed much comment.
Coat your lion roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its coollne
and presorvatlvo properties. California
Feoil Co., agents.
C M Cooke, Judgo S. II. Dole and
Gordon Usborno were entertained yea
teiehiv nt luncheon by J. A. McCand
u s ui tin- Commercial Club.
Kiiiu.i hii.iiuklchl, n .Tnpancso who
Is alleged in bo practicing tho black
itrts Inn been urrosLcil ut Luwui,
Kau.il, on a charge uf kuhunalsm.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
John O. Woolley will speak at Kail
inukuplU chinch next Sunday mom
lug, April lath, ut 11 o'clock. The
public Is cordially Invited. Subjecl,
Silvn's Toggery has the clothes you
are looking for for your summer wear.
Lots of thin, cool stuff; all of It Ib
smart, catchy stuff, made by Hart,
Schaffner & Marx.
Tho Unlon-Pnclllc Transfer Co. Is
responsible for all furniture that Its
handles If there bhould bo uny damage
dono during moving. For fully guar
anteed work, phone 58.
County Surveyor Howell of Maul
tins sold eighty-four acres of nibtitr
land nt Nnhlkii to the Hawallnn-mi.er
lean Rubber Co. lor $2000. This does
not Include) Ho'v.'ll'a house lot of five
Tho next lehenrsal of "Tho Mascot"
will be tomorrow night at 7:30 sharp,
All members aro requested to be pres
ent, as In tho present udvanceil stage
of tho opera oery rehearsal Is of Im
portance. C. S. Farm, brother of Funn Curnn
of this city, died In hospital In Sail
Francisco on March 11 iih tho result
of fulling do; i I nc hold of Iho S. S.
Nebraskan. His parents are hero. Ha
shipped aboard the Nebraskan In Feb
i nary last.
The baby daughter of A. 11. Douk,
driver for the Sanitary Steam Laun
dry, died of pneumonia at the Queen's
Hospital at 7 p. m. yesterday. Hattlo
Doak was two years and four months
of ago ' Interment In the family plot
A meeting of tho Walulao, Knlmukl
and Paloln Improvement Club and
residents of Klnau and lleretanla ave
nue will bo held In the Government
Nursery Hall, King street, on Wednes
day, 22nd Inst., nt 8 o'clock p. m. A
report of tho committee on Walalao
Berctanla car service, and other com
potent business will bo taken up.
The fact that tho arrival of the
steamer Hllonlan was announced by
the Diamond Head lookout, Captain
Nelson, only nftor the vessel was
closo to tho Head, caused bomo com
ment along tho waterfront. It was
learned, however, fioni snmo vlsltom
who woro with film at tho time ho
first sighted tho steamer that Nolbon
had to bombard "central" for Just
half an hour before ho could get a
connection Tho fault for tho late
pnnounccment thus properly lies with
tho 'phono operators and not with
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, April 14.
NEWCASTLE Sailed April 8-
Am. schr. Hillings, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 14:
S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.. .
YOKOHAMA Hailed April 11.
S. S. Korea for Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 15.
SEATTLE Sailed, April 14:
A II S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed April 14:
Am S. S. Lansing, for Honolulu.
HI 1.0 Arrived April 13:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from San
KAI1ULU1 Arrived April IS:
A. II. S. H. Arlzonnn, from Honolulu.
Thursday, April 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April Ifi:
Jap. 'S. S. Hongkong Mnru, hence
ELEEI.E Sailed Apill 12:
Ilr S 8 Adalo, for Newcastle.
BAKER'S STORY OF
Further Detail of , Mystery Solved
By the Appearance of
Philadelphia, April 9 One of the
greatest m stories of the u or mod
ern times was cleared up to,l.i when
llrst tidings was received or the miss
lug American ship Ailliur Sewiill,
wlilrh was burned In the South Pa
cific ocean. Of tho ciew of twenty
bncii men only three were mi veil r.i
far as known, nnd the news of the
tragedy was brought from the Antip
odes by one of thoso three, a Hawaii
an, who camo half way rouiulW the
woild to notify tho relatives of the
lost otllcers nnd sailors.
The cssel sailed from Philadelphia
Aprll3 , 10U7, for Seattle with coal,
and burned during tho following Sep
tember Tho only silrvluus uie Sec
ond Mate Weinberg, Charles Dixon
and George linker. Ilaker uirlieil heie
Soon after tho vessel rounded Cape
Horn (lro was discovered. Captain
Gnffery ordered tho boats loweiei
While tho starboard boat was lining
lowered by Second Male Weinberg
usslstod by Ilaker and Dixon, ihe taa
tcnlugs lnoke und the boat with (lir
occupants drifted to the south nrd In
the darkness . Tho three men could
see thu flro grow brighter und there
Is little doubt that the essel was
(lcstiil)cd and tlid remainder of the
For two days tho boat drifted. On
the thl'd day the Nnrwonlnli bark
Sydenham picked up, the three men
She went to NewcMtle.' N. S. W.,
theneu to Kl(l, Geunany. , Ilaker lert
her there and look parage to this
Ilaker was taken before United
States Shipping Commissioner Smith,
who continued his statements by nor
umentary evidence In the possession
or tho oillce. He will bd Identified by
shipping masters and othuis, auu his
stuteiuents fully continued. Hit ipi
tlve nUmo Is Keokl Kollkou.
The Sewall lulled from Hath, Me ,
and was a modem steel vessel, built
at tho poit from which she hulled.
There Is but slight hope (hat 'tho crow
of the burning vessel reached some of
tho Islands lu the South Pacific ocean,
as tho instance to bo covered was too
gicat for the small boutii
Tho Sewall was well known oa the
I'acldc Coast and lu Iho Hawaiian Is
lands, where she went often lu the
BILL WILL PASS
In a letter to Socittary Wood Immi
gration Commissioner Surgent speaks
on Immlgratlnu matters lu part as
"If In tho least degieu I can serve
Iho lulerdsta Of the Territory In the
matter of adding to Its population any
self-respecting, industrious working
peoplo, who nfloi they have found a.
domicile lu the islands, will become
progressive nml tnlliientlal oltlzuus.
and aid In the growth nml develop
meiit or the uuled Industries that lire
now tilf will In-ieiiiter work mi advaut
ngeously to the Tenltnry nnd to tin
National Government, I nm gratified.
"Tho Immigration Hill has not pro-
Fented Itself with that pinmlnenco
that would Indicate what would b" Us
fato, however, I am In hopen that be
fore tho time or adjournment that por
tion or It which Is especially urged
for tho benellt or tho Islands will ho
enacted Into ii law, and your people
have thu roll benellt thereof."
THE Hll.ONIAN which has ills
charged lier cargo nt Ilrowor's wharf,
has moved over to tho Railroad whaif
today. Shu Is taking on 11 largo ipian
tlty ol refined biigar from tho Hono
THE I1U1TISH Htoamshlp Adato,
which hns been illschnrglug Newcnstlo
coal at Eleelo since March 20, sailed
last Sunday fur Newcastle.
A. Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
should be made and ground
by an expert optician, You
should allow no one else to
tamper with them and your
A. N, SANFOnD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
CASTLE WILL EXTEND
(Continued from Paue 1)
saniKicrc tract," said Kellogg, "a"
my pioposltlon will go lluougli w'.n
ther tho rnllro.id Is cxt -nded tir not
I will liullil u cannery i lire . : r
the site of thu old )' . 't.itlon mill,
and from there I can ship my piod
uct by steumcr ns el ,yly as It e.in
lie done by railroad on a hundred
mile haul. The mnln irouliln Is that
It Is proposed to open the hinds tu
( .. . .
sninll tracts of from twenty to twen
ty -five acres oneh. I don't see why
i lie Government Is so afraid thnt the
m tilers ehall maUe n little money. At
the present prices n man holding
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ago bill If the price of pines
should mi ami there Is no guaini.tee
that It will not, the settler who only
has Bitch n small tinet will bo unable
to liinku u living fiom It. I favor
ulvlug n man nboiit eighty acres, ir
he sells part of It theio Is no harm
done, ns he will piohnbly use tho
money ho makes out of It on Improve
ments on the land he retains. My
colonization plan Is to open the land
In good-slzeil tracts anil let the sot
tlern do the lest of the colonization
and pick their own neighbors. In
IhU way the land Is settled much
quicker than the Government can do
THE MAUNA I.OA. Captain Sltuer-
son, wllh passengers mid geueial
Height fur Muni und Hawaii, left at
A high persoiiiigu III Rome Is nil-
thorlty for tho statement that tho
Abrnzzl-Elkliis' wedding will take
place 111 the full
And every other one of
Hot Cross Brais !
Hot Cross Buns !
One a penny,
Two a penny, ,
Hot Cfoss Buns I
Do not orget that you must have HOT CROSS BUNS
on GOOD FRIDAY. Get them at
Have You Read
PRISONERS OF CHANCE
THE DISSOLVING CIRCLE
THE HEART OF A CHILD
They are some of the best books of the season.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
I". ...l the tenor or Hie letter from
i.it Pillslmry. Chief or the llureau
if Navigation, It Is evident Hint tho
!lci coming heio will probnbt) stay
er than ten days.
Ceorgo V. Smith, president of the
M -leh.ints' Association, who Is on the
1 .oct Reception Committee, thinks
I mt It will tnkn three ilnjN to io.il
thiee ships, nt nn average of fiiltl
Ions of coal n day. In addition to i
tin- battleship:! will tome thu repair!
ship Panther, tho Culgon mill tho I
(llader, supply ships, nnd plotably
tliu luispltnl ship Relief.
In n InltnH fp, f'nl.f 111 1 1 ol, 1-V It
. ... ,. . ,. .,, ...,,,,
m riiuiii iinu iiiiiiiino ii iiiiiK i ih'
nml Sihroedcr will be promoted to
InUr- Hie placi ,i of Admirals Evan1)
und Thomas, who will be lellced.
A portion of l'lllsljury'H letter rends:
"It Is exported that the Atlantic licet
will le.no for Honolulu the (list werl.
"" """ " '
n J(lv ()1. 1)W)y ,U0 rar1,,ri
but ()f io (In(( w, limr
,n W1, ,, nxc(, ltVl
n, ,., ,- ,., ,, w ,, ,
fur docking the ships licfoie sailing.
H- ii U it- it it it ii ii ii
Teinppr.iluies r, a. m., ,S; x n. m.,
72: It) fi. in., 73; noon, 74; morning
Ilniiiiuuler, 8 u, in., no.o;i; nlMolute
humidity. S n. in.. l.S,',a grains per
cubic root: relative humidity, S. n. in..
I 57 per cent; dew point, S n. tu., Sil.
I Wind ii n. m., velocity !), dlrertlon
' -'- : 8 " '" velocity 10, direction
N-H-S '" " velocity 12. illrecllon
'': """ velocllv 12, .lhecllon N.E.
1 Rainfall dining 24 hiiiirn ended 8 n
m , .00 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
'"'KIM ended nt noon, 224 miles.
W.M II STOCKMAN,
Section Director, IT S. Weather llureau
the famous 57 has just been
& CO., LTD.,
THE ANCIENT LAW
ALICE FOR SHORT
William do Morgan
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l.'. II t.w... A .... 1 - t cm, .
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Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
30 mlnntCB slcwor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrees So minutes. Tho tltno whistle
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon nro for local tlmo for the
X a JtXXXHI! W X K 3C X K K X
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Jt 3C J JT 35 Jt K 3t .'f X. K 3D 3( k 3C 3S
Friday. April 17.
O. S. S. Alameda. Dowdell, fioni
Ilr. sp. Celtic Monarch. Llewollyu,
from Ilnmbuig, II u. in.
K ( 3i 3i 3 JC V. S. K J 3S 3V 3t A X
AMSK 3 3t X K X J? JC 3f
Tliiiindny. April 10.
Strnr Mlkuliala, lliogur), for Kuii.il,
,, p. in.
Strnr. Llkellkc, Naujinla, for wind
ward Hawaii, n p. in.
A.-1I. Nehrasknii, Knight, for Snn
Fiiiiiclsco, ." p. m.
I). S. A. T. Sherman, Ilrugiilerro, fur
.Manila via Guam, ." p. tu.
Fililny, Apill 17.
Strnr. Noeau, Mllehell, fur lloiiokan,
Strnr. ' Manna lain. Sliiiorsnn, for
Kona mid Kuu, 12 noon.
Jt ih )t )l V i 1C ;c 3i 5t t )C ) 3( H )
" SAILING TODAY
)i X K St . X" . i( X W 3C K 31
Stnir. Claiidlne, lleunrtt, for llllo
nnd Maul pints, t p. In.
Schr. Ku Mol. lllpl, for IlllcT, Nn
poo poo and Kallun.
Schr. Mol Wiihlne. Kah.ilelll. for
I U. S. A. T. Dlx, Ankers, for Seutlle,
1 12 noon.
U SAILING TOMORROW
n V. )C ) ;t . , ;; a a x a a i & is. t
a. 3 34 3t Jt ft )l 31 )i X 3t 3t H 31
Per S. S. Aluiuudii. from Sun Fran
cisco, Apill '17. iC. A, Ilriins, J, C.
Uruns, Mrs. llritns ami two children,
Miss S. Cohelnn. D. W. Crowlej. Mlsa
A. Crazier, V.. Finser, M. A. Oousalvcs,
.Mis. Hliukev, Gordon .Iiums, Gordon
.Icmes. Jr. It. I. Lllley. Mis. I.llle) . S.
A. Macho. Miss F. C. Muson, Miss
Al. A. O'Miilley, J. J Sullivan, Mis. A.
Williams, J. O. l.utted.
Per sp. Dlrlgo. from Haltlnioie,
April li. Captain T. Caveihill Jones.
1' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
x : n n a jot ;w; Si it 3c 34 ;. 3: x
Per stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerson, for
Knit Ports, April 17, 12 noon. A.
Giierreio. Muster R. Akea, J. R. l'lci
tas. C. Wolters, R. P. Hoblm.011. J. A.
Ma goon, Mrs. J. A. Magocn, Master
W. Pails, J. 1). l'arls. Clius. Meliiecko
Per stmr. Mlknhala, for Ka11.1l.
April 10, 5 p. m. Miss Margaret Wat
oihoiiKo, 11. A. Jueger, W. Sloddurt,
Sainl. K. Aiiehii, W. Crawfunl, T. Ko
matsii, S. Spitz. P. Peck.
? children ami maid, from K.1I111I11I;
Mis. Records. Chas. F. Hoey, Dr. U
F. Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Me
Hewitt, II. Dunshee. H. Hcilemaun.
Per 3 S. NulirasUan, for San Fran
chco, Apill Iti, Ii p. m. Mrs. Church,
Per T. S A. T. Sheriil'in, for Giiani.
Apill IB. H. llalcombe.
"An exclusion to Honolulu ami llllo
Is now bulug planned by tho Chamber
of Commuire," sas the Los Angeles
Examiner, April 3. "It Is proposed to
thai tor the sto unship Sierra or tho
Oceanic Steamship lino, 11 vessel of
liuiiil Ions, und to take only two pas
hungers to n utiileiooiii, mi fur us this
Is piuctlealile, Iho trip to occupy tweii;
ly-slx days. Tho fiiro will bo SI&j
and $240, according to location of
htHteinoui, nml this will Include nil
the necessary oxpemsea for tho enllru
"It Is planned to leuvu Rudoiido
May 25, taking six days by thu fust
ehlp to llllo, where 11 stop of four
days will bo niado. From theio tho
voyagers will pioceed to Honolulu, 200
miles, mid will lemalii theio eight
day . TJiero will be a number ot side
(rips It 0111 each or these places, for
which theio will bo an extra charge
lo those who take them."
THE ARMY TRANSPORT DIN,
Capl Aiikei, sailed at noon tudii) for
Seattle. Shu hns completed dis
charging ut the Alake-i tireet whaif
mid look no Island products 011 ner
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowintf-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 Alapai.