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KVKNtNO HULLRT1N, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 10, 1008.
ball Tomorrow June 11
3- GAMES 3
Bulletfn vs. Mercantile
Pacific Stated, Second Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Commandery 5 p
Oceanic Third Degree.
N. I I'HIMV
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular.
All flatting members of be
..f rr cordially Invited to
.itfinl m tlng of local lodges
IAEN0NY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
3ii In I. O O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKERS, N. O.
All visiting brottiorB very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, W0. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at "!30 p. in. at K. P.
llall, corner fort and lleretnula Sts.
Vliltlng Hrothors cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. of It. & S.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Tort and Doretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttend.
A. O. DEERING, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.S. .
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, U. IV O.
,1., will meet In their hall on King
se.r Fort sfeot every FHdav even
tns. By order of the fcl It.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY, E. II.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE NoS, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
x7:S0 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, cor
fort and lleretanla. Visiting broth
trs cordially Invited to attend.
W L. FRAZEB, CO..
C A. JACOUSON. K.R.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of eacu month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Hpretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles am Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest
II T MOORE, Secy.
AWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Jlcrti niry rtr8t and third Thure-tHj-L
of each month at Knights nt
Pythlitn llnll Visiting brothers cor
llallyf Invited to nttend.
J. V. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, O. of It.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
An absolutely harmless
preparation. Will re
50c a package
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STS.
It will build you up
cBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
riie v, eekly Edition o the Evening
bulletin gives a complete summary cf
ti newi of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL I
The day on which you begin to
earn a vacation on the Bulletin
Plan will be your Good-Fortune Day.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
Panama bats cleaned at tho fllobo.
C. (. Yoe Hon have a closing no
tice In this Issue. I
Madnmo I-nmbert moved around the
corner on lleretanla street In Harri
THE BULLETIN WILL NOT
BE ISSUED TOMORROW KAME-,
HAMEHA DAY. I
Tho Sensldu cottngos are delightful
In the summer time. Engago a cot
(ago now for tho season. I
Tako your carrlago or automobile!
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfy. Co., for
up-to-date repairs.' .
Sam Hook, who wns formerly an of
ficer on tho mounted pollco patiol,
was this morning committed to tho
A. Dlom Is having n special reduc
tion salo of vvhlto goods this wcuk at
reduced prices. Hvcry nitlclo Is of
Ihu best quality.
The Hoard of Directors of tho
Chamber of Commerco wilt hold Its
regular monthly meeting this uftcr-
noon at 3 o clock.
Coat your iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yoj Mill be surprised at tts coollnc
and preservative proportion. Callfornlii
Feed Co., agents.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Kochl, n Jnpaneso who was wanted
hoio on a chargo of gross cheat, was
this morning brought by Deputy Sher
iff Crowell of Wulmca from Kauai, to
which Island ho hud madu his csenpa.
Tho prisoner Is nllcged to havo ilono
another Japaneso out of a small Biiin
Tho directors of tho Merchants' As
sociation will hold a meeting tills nf.
teruoon at .1 o'clock. Tho Committee
which had a consultation with Engi
neer Parks In regard to tho labor tu
bo employed at Pearl Harbor, will re
port roconimciidnlg that nothing fur
tlier lie done by tho AhkocIiiUoii.
IMPORTED MEN ARE
NOT. HOME RULERS
That the men who havo been
brought to Honolulu by contractors
aro good citizens, and are not fol
lawcrs of tho Homo Rule party un
der tho leadership of such men as
Wilcox, as has been claimed by the
Advertiser, la readily shown. A short
summary of tho facts Is given. For
summary of tho facts Is given was
noted, today by a prominent citizen.
For instnncc, tho inon brought hero
by Vincent & Reiser to help In tho
building of tho Honolulu sower sys
tem servo as a good example
Men who are now lcckoucd Ihn bent
citizens of tho city aro among those
who en mo down hero to work on this
project, noscoo Perkins, tho photog
rnphor, camo to Honolulu us n time
keeper and bookkeeper on this work.
Mr. Matthews, who Is now connect
ed with the Bower department, came
as a foreman: Lord camo hero as 'a
foreman; Jack Reiser camo as u timo
keeper nnd bookkeeper; and Chief
Sanitary Inspector Van Huizcn rnino
hero as n foreman In this work. Aio
theso men bad citizens, nnd havo
they followed tho Homo Rulo party
Inbtead of tho Republican or Dem
ocratic? Again, nil of tho other
i labor, or tho greater part of It, em
ployed on this work, was gotttcn
from right hero In Honolulu.
I One prominent man In this city
'expressed himself us being vory In
dignant at tho manner In which tho
morning paper has been expressing
Itself editorially, and Btntes that tho
men brought here have always prov
en a welcome nddltlon to tho city.
Queen of England wears Jowrls
worth $.1,000,000 at tho reception for
Music By Berger's Band
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, June 10.
SYDNEY Sailed Juno S:
S. S. Mnrama, for Honolulu.
SAX FRANCISCO Arrived .luno 10:
Schr. Helene, hence May 23.
Srhr. .Ins. ltolph, from Kuniiiipall,
Ilk. It. P. Rlthet, bunco May 10.
EUHEK A Sailed Juno 10:
Hktnc. Mnry K. Wlnkulmnnn, for
a WATERFRONT NOTES "
fl 1 5! K tf K id B a 3C :c It X ll 5 H
A shipping paper published In New
Yoik has tho following to ny of tho
new A.-H. S S "Isthmian":
The new steamer Isthmian com
pleted by tho Union Iron Woiks, San
Francisco, Is a single-screw steel cai
go craft built to Lloyd's highest clas3
on the three-deck rulo with complete
shelter deck nnd Is'thc latest addition
to tho Amcilcnn-Hawitllan S. S. Co.'s
fleet, which now consists of fifteen
modem enrga oariiars. Tlu Isthmian
was built specially for tho trade be
tween New York and tho Port of Mex
ico, tho eastern terminal of the Te
liiiantepcc Railroad, and has tho dis
tinction of hi lug tho first steel steam
er In tho American feichunt marine,
built on Ihn Pacific Coast for scrvlco
In the Atlantic traic Sho Is ."S.'i feet
lom: between perpendiculars, CO feot
beain, 28i. feet deep, 2G feet diniight
loaded, 275 I. h. p. nt 70 revolutions
to develop 11 knots, Is 5104 tons giossi
3103 net register and tibia to curry
7200 tons dead weight cargo. Her
caigo spice In feet la if.ted as $3i0,
91!j cubic- fiit. not including 4248 feet
for coal, 11719 for stores and about 80,
000 feet fur water and oil fuel. Whlln
It Is Intended fur tho present to uso
coal fuel op tho Isthmian, slip Is piped
up nnd fitted v.-lth tanks and every
provision for ro.ullly changing her to
an oll-biuner. Sho has six wntcr-llght
steel bulkheads and unu screen bulk
head between tho englno unil holler
rooms. Tho double bottom Is divided
Into twelve water-tight and oil-tight
compnrlnviitH by means of flvo tinus
verso divisions nnd u center lino keel
'son. One of tho derricks Is of steel
nnd has n working load rapacity of
thirty tons; tho remaining derricks,
sixteen In number, nro of Oregon pi in
am! havo a capacity of five tons each.
Thero aio lnrgo cold stori'ge chambers
amidships and a Clayton FIio Kxtln
gulshlug plant with distributing pipes
to tho various holds. Tho propelling
machinery consists of one set of In
verted triple expansion engines. A
speed of lU'i knots was nltnlned on
tho trial trip with a partial load. Tho
cylinders aro 28 laches, 47 Inches nnd
78 Inches, with a common stroke of
48 Inches. The propeller has n cost
lion hub, four hronzo blades, 18 feet
4 Inches diameter and 18 feet 4 Inches
pitch. There uro tlueo Scotch bollere
Willi n working pressure of 200 pounds
per square Inch with grato area of
lt!2 square feet.
I THE STEAMER KINAU, (licgory,
anlved nt 3.07 o'clock this morning,
from Kauai, with passengers, and the
following freight: COl bags A sugar,
150 bags lice, 100 hags sugar for T, 11.
Dnvlos & Co., C cabcs honey, 11 bags
cocoanuts. It barrels empty bottles,
10 empty boxes, and 13 packages sun
THE DEEP WATER shipping In
port Is now nil American, with tho
lone, exception of tho English haik
Holywood, which Is waiting in tho
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S KING ST. PHONE 625,
25c and 50c
for the EYES that's our Specialty.
And making and fitting Glasses is
our exclusive business.
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDG.. Over May & Co.
stieani to sail,
THE SCHOONER Honolpu left for
Hnnn last evening, to load sugar, af
ter which sho will proceed to Hono
lpu, nnd then tu San Francisco.
THOUGH THE Columbian has no
wireless, she had the fortune to ho io
ported this morning in that way. She
was near the Hllonlan.
THE DEFENDER has sugar for tho
Columbian. She will later load some
hags nt Honolpu iiml proceed to San
THE MONGOLIA Is duo from tho
Orient Friday; tho Manchuria fiom
tho Coast Monday.
THE. DARK Amy Turner will prob
ably get away -for San Finnclsco to
morrow. VERDICT H HfflNIT
The Jury In the Y. Ahln v. Opelo et
nl brought In n verdict for the de
fendant this morning after being nut
for some time. They reported to
.ludgo Do Holt e.uly tills morning thut
thoy hud reached no verdict, but
thought they could, mid asked for an
other hour to deliberate. This wns
granted, with tho icsult tliat tho ver
dict was hiougiit In fur the defendant.
i MEETING OF THE FLEET
A very Important mooting of tho
Decoration Committee, of tho Fleet
will ho held in tho unices of James
F. Morgan, tin Kiiahumauii sticet,
nt 12 o'clock noon, on Friday, Juno
12th. All tho members aro urgently
lciiictcil to attend.
llrllllant cavalry drill In Yoscmltti
valley witnessed b Native Sons and
many others; President Whcclur til
fillfninlu nnlversltv tlplliei-it mieeph
' before grand parlor that takes rap
Iff.v II T. Itii.irillnnn l-rlltu uvm.
lathlzcrs with grafters and cleploie.i
ago of moral laxity
The markets of C. Q. Yco Hop will
closo Juno 11th nt 10 n. m. Ono
morning delivery, leaving at 9
o'clock, . 402fi-lt
DALLAS, Toxns,' Juno 9. John Mitchell, the labor leader, has been
endorsed by Texas Democrats as the running-mute of llrynn.
KOREA'S PACIFIC RECORD
SEOUL, Korea, Juno 9. . Thero
havo been twenty-six engagements
between Jnpnnebo troops nnd Korean
Insurgents slnro tho lith of tho
month, Ono bundled anil thirteen
Koreans wcro killed and twenty-six
DISORDER IN PERSIA
ST. PETERSHURG, Russia, Juno 9.
Thero Is a growing stato of nnnrchy
AGAINST DUCAL LEADERS
ST. PETERSHURG, Russia, Juno 9.
Tho Duma has bitterly attacked the
drum! Ducal leaders of tho army,
ami demands their retirement.
3- GAMES 3
1.30 p.m. - Advertisers
3.30 p.m. -2 Picked
Teams of Big League
Three big baseball games nro tho
order of the day tomorrow. Morn
ing and nftcrnoon, the ball-tosscrs
will hnmnicr tho horsehlde nt Habo
liall Park. In the morning nnd tho
first part of tho afternoon. Vlaycrs
of tho Newspaper League will bo In
tho limelight, nnd in the nftcrnoqu,
as the closing event of tho day nnd
tho clowning effort, two picked
teams of the Dig I.caguu wilt bo on
This Inst game especially promises
to be well worth seeing. All tho
pitchers In tho locnl gnmo who can
get off will he used, and most of tho
catchers. Tho star Inllclders and tho
best of tho men In the garden will bo
out. And the combination will bo
notoworthy, to say tho least.
Tho first game of the day will bo
at 11:S0 o'clock In the forenoon, be
tween tho Iliillctlns. nnd tho Mercnn
tllcs. This will bo followed nt 1:30
p. in. by'u gnmo between tho Stars
nnd tho Advertisers. Then, nt 3
o'clock, tho main event will como off.
Tho efforts of tho men who nro be
hind the baseball game here In get
ting nil this arranged this morning,
lifter tho lenguo had decided yester
day to have no baseball, are very
commendable. Pat (iloahon mention
ed it to Eddie Fernando?.; Jnmc3 V.
W. thought tho newspaper men
would like to play; and tho thing
wns boon arranged ou n percentage
The games which tho newspaper
men nro In for aro those which vvcie
legularly set for Sunday, nnd M
have been merely moved up n peg.
Uarney Joy will ho seen behind
tho bat. What do you think of
that? Harney must have mado a lilt
with tho ladles the last time ho pre
sided nt that Important post.
The special teams will lino up:
Fc,rnanile. Joy, o; Hamilton, Les
lie, p; Fernandez, lh; Hnogs, 2b;
Costollo, 3b; Evers, ss; Olmos, Mc
Kcnzlc, If; Ida, cf; Lemon, rf,
, Vnnnatta Ionian, Davis, c; Chll
llngvvnrth, St. John, Lota, p; lliuns,
lh; Vannattii, 2b; Lota, Henderson,
3b; Miller, ss; Hruns, If; Aylclt, cf;
Desha, Eu Gee, rf.
Sam Chllllngwoith will umpire tho
two nftcrnoon games.
Rergcr's band will bo out with It!)
usual concord of sweet sounds, Jack
Doylo nnd Doe Monsarrat will bo on
hand by special request, and every
body will bo hnppy.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
CHICAGO, III,, Juno 9. Tho Re
publican Nntliiunl Committee has set
tled forty-onn contests. Thero nio
MOROCCO AGAIN AFLAME
TANGIER, Morocco, Juno 9, Mu
lal Hnfld, brother of the Sultan nnd
prctonder to tho Throne, has entered
the capital city of Fez at tho head
of 12,000 men,
OREGON FOR BRYAN
PORTLAND, Ore.. June 9. Tho
Democrats of Oregon havo liiBtiucted
K M K K IC K (C K H XS &' 'it 34
Tuesday. Juno 9.
A.-H. S. S. Despatch, Kokcrwitz, for
Eleelo, at C p. in.
Stmr .Iwnlanl, Self, for Molokal and
Mnul ports, fi p. m.
Stmr. W. (1. Hall, Tullolt, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. in.
ami. schr. (leo. E. Hillings. Illrk-
holm, for Eleelo, nt f!:20 p. ill.
Am. schr. Honolpu, Weykender, for
liana and Honolpu to load sugar, p. m.
a H M K X K K M A & ri It tf Jf K
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED J
Jt 35 M K K M X K K Jf K 3C 2S K X
Per M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, Johnson,
from San Francisco, Juno 10. II. A.
White. C. P. White. Mrs. II. P. Row
en, vV. H. Cole, Mrs. W. H. Colo and
child, W. A. (5111 nnd wlfo. Miss H. J.
Eamcs, Mlrs.Knmos, F. C. Chalmers,
Mrs. W. W. North, Miss O. Mnrslly,
Miss Adcock. Mrs. L. A. Alton, W.
Mackenzie, Mrs. M. Hnmbly, Mrs. Mc
Gregor, Mnster Roderick Johnson,
Per r,tnir. Klnaii, Gregory, from
Katml. Juno 10. Mrs. R. L. Wilcox,
Mrs. Scott. Miss E. Wilcox. Mis. Chll
llngworth, Mrs. Noonaii, Miss A. Aid
rich. Miss IJ. Aldrlch, S. Scott, Heo
Fnt, C. Hoy. II. Day, C. D. Hall. All
I.un, Chang Chlng, Wong Wong, Chlng
Ulu, nnd 32 deck.
V' PARST.NOEBS TVF.PATlTEn X
UHXKAKWKMK M'K 'H X K H
Per ttnir. W. G. Hall, Juno 9, for
Knual ports. J. Kaiuaniiwal, Philip
Palatini, MrH. F Delnert, S. Robinson,
A. Robinson, Miss Ainoy Fook Tal,
Mnrlln Welbke Clarence Wnlbko.
Per Htiifr. Iwalanl, Juno 9, for Pu
koo. Mrs. Wo-iirols.
Temperatures 0 a. ni 71; 8 a. in.,
78; 10 a. m., 77; noon, SO; morning
llarometer, 8 n. in., 30.05; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 u. m., G.372 grains per
cubic foot, relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
02 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m 03.
Wind 0 n. m velocity 8, direction
E.; 8 u. in., velocity 5, direction IC;
10 n. m.. velocity 8, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 8, direction E.
Rainfall during 21 bonis ended 8 u.
m., ,ni inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon. 1 17 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
Wellington, Mny 29. The cruiser
Albany, tho gunboat Wilmington and
thu. torpedo boat Perry were the tro
phy winners la their ruopectlvo classe.t
In the annual record target praclico
at ono mile for 190S, according to tho
results announced at tho Navy De
partment today. Tho Albany had a
final morlt of 70, with thu St. Louis at
C9 and the Charleston at 07 as btar
Fhlps Tho Wilmington's final merit
was G". Tho Perry had a final nieilt
of GS. Star ships are thoto that at
tain at least 83 per cent of tho dual
mi'i It of tho tiophy winners.
In tho standing of fleets the Pacltln
fleet leads with a final merit of C), the
Allanllfl fleet being unxt with !. It
Is said tlfit In tho percentage of hits
nnd rapidity of tiro tho records ihovv
approximately double thoso of 19,03.
City marshal of Colvltlo, Wash.,
mistaken for thug and shot, when ho
Investigates attempted holdup.
New Ileikeley charter will contain
no pttivlslim for woman suffinge, say
Prlnro Nnpoleon Mural llghlH two
duels and wounds both of his oppon
ents. iii .
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,
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