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EVHNtNO IlULLKTM, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE IE, 1408.
Ltahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Pacific Lodge Flrtt Degree,
All visiting membere of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend dm Ulnrt of loeal lodge
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3. L 0, 0. F.
MMta every Monday eTenlnf at
'iSO In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Btreet
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. P. V1CKERB. N. O.
All visiting brothers Terr oordlally
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF F.
Meets erery 2d and 4th Tueiday
ot each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Deretanla BU.
visiting Drotheri cordially weloomt.
V. L. LYLE. C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. ot R. & 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Vliltlng
brothers cordially invited to attend.
A. Q. DEERINO, 0,0.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
fONOLULU LODOE 816. B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, O. P. a
:.. will meet In their hall on King
ear Fort street erery Friday even
ng. 1r oritur nt the U R.
HENRY 0. EA8TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, H. R.
Vm. M'KIlfLEY LODOE Ho.8, tot P.
Mmu every Baturday evening at
30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, oar
''ort and Deretanla. Vliltlng bcota
r cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FRAZEB, C.C.,
. A. JACOB80N, K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, K 0. X.
aleeti on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening ot each month at
7:31 o'elock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort itreeta.
Vliltlng Eaglet are Invited U at
tesd. W. L. FRAZEB, W., Prert.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
AAWAUAX TRIBE Ho. 1, L 0. X. X,
Meat erery flrtt and thirl Thurs
tiara of each month at Knlghta of
Pythian HalL Vliltlng brothers oor.
illally Invited to attend.
J. W. ABCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. ot R.
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IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Spring Flowers, New. Ribbons,
Feather and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by -'order.
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MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOBTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 627, King ft Bethel Sts,
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
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Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant
he Bulletin office.
cards on sate at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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. 361.
Panama halt cleaned at the Globe.
Fourteen acres lor sale In Nuuanu
vnllcy. Trent TrUBt Co., Ltd.
Madame Lambert moved around the
corner on Deretanla street In Harri
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
Tho judgments for the government
In the Manuka slto tuslness wero died
with Registrar Morrlam this morning.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You will bo surprised at ttt coollne
and preservative properties. CallfornlN
Feed Co., agenta.
Dr." Santos, the Dlko repairer, has
moved his shop to Union street, about
fifty feet from histoid Bliop, Into n
brand new one.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Offioe Specialty Co., Ltd.,
gen attasd to it for you. f hone 149.
Mrs. A. E. Drcler, accompanied b)
Mls9 Adolo D. Drcler, August E. Drcl
er, Jr., nnd Edward Drelcr, camo back
today from Germany via San Fran
cisco. Henry EngcU, president of tho En
gels Copper Co., ot Plumas County,
Cal., and stepfather of Glllson D. Dell,
of this city, arrived In the Mnnchuria
today on a business nnd pleasure trip.
Rill Vannatta Introduced Brother
Jack to the tans. Jack was nil thero
with the merry willow, nnd will bo
watched with Interest during tho re
mainder of the season.
The case of S. H. Toplltz vs. E. W.
Jordan A Co., Ltd. for 1447.55, has
been wlthdiawn. The matter arose
from a disputed account, and Bcttlo
ment was made by payment of $178.85
Kallmapehu (shining star) was
one of tho fillers in the Kamehamclia
line-up on Saturday and when at the
bat he went through a scries of
stunts billed only at tho Bldo-show.
Tho opening of the Regal shoe store
In Honolulu is second In importance
only to tho coming of tho fleet. The
opening will tnko place Wednesday
evening, from 7:30 till 10:30, corner
of King nnd Dethel streets.
Among tho prominent knmanlnas
who returned today on tho Mnnchuria
aro Prince nnd Princess Knlanlnnaolc,
Col. and Mrs. Parkcr.nnd family, Gov.
John Baker, Governor Frcar and
A. F. Oartley.
Tho Y. M. C. A. social tonight at
the Dillingham place will bo full of
Interesting and novel features. Thero
will bo many side-shows, tho attrac
tions ot which will bo heralded broad
cast by a corps of very active "spiel
Rev. 11. 11. Hanua and wlfo arrived
In the Manchuria to stay with tho
family nf W.'L. Hopper for a vacation,
they being relatives ot Mrs. Hopper.
Rov. Mr. Hannn has been a Presby
terian minister at Monmouth, III., for
tho past 23 years.
Tho poltco have received Informa
tion from various sources to tbo effect
that an attempt would bo made, this
evening by certain Japaneso to re
open Iwllel,' and that any Interference
by tho police would bo resisted. The
police intend to send a strong forco to
tho place this evening.
At noon on Friday, tho Manchuria
passed tho special squadron composed
of the battleships Maine l,nd Alabama,
in closo company. Tho weather was
perfect and the vessels quite closo, and
the sight was a beautiful one. Tbo
Manchuria left port two days behind
tho ships, overtaking them In about
S. Klmura, director of the Bank of
Japan, who has been traveling In
Enrope and united btatcs, is n
through pasionger In the Manchuria.
He Is accompanied by Secretaries T.
Sasaki and J. Yokobo. I.I go tho other
Japanebo bankers and financiers, Mr.
Klmura whllo abroad studied tbo
financial condition ot tho world as It
, Ltout. T. Takenouchl of tho Imperial
Japanese navy, who accompanied
Prince Ftishlm! on his last mission to
President Roosevelt, is returning to
Japan In the liner Manchuria. Ho It
an Intimate friend of N. Otsuka, sub
manager of tho Yokohama Specie
0. W. McDonald ot Dorchester,
Mass., has written tho police asking
for information as to tho whereabouts
of Alex. J. McDonald, who was
shipped from the Philippines as an
indigent by the Crook, but who desert
ed from her in this port on April 30
this year. Ho states that ho wants
to help him, but that registered let
ters which ho baB Bent to have havo
not been received. Tho missing man
Is an onglnocr and Is 23 years old.
A Kort Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS'' IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
69 8 33H0 ST.
D. H. vs. ST. LOUIS
KAMS vs. PUNAHOU
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
"ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, June 15.
NEWCASTLE Balled, May 25.
Schr. Crescent, for Honolulu.
PORTLAND Arrived June 14:
U. S. A. T, Sherman, from Honolulu
ABERDEEN Arrived Juno 14:
Schr. R. C. Sladc, from Makawcll,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Juno 15:
Jap. S. S. Tcnyo Mnru, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Juno 12:
S. S. Lurltne, from San Francisco.
KAHULUI Arrived Juno 15:
8. S. Columbian, honco June 14.
H WATERFRONT NOTES
Tho U. 8. A. T. Buford, a llttlo be
hind time, arrived in port yostoiday,
crowded with officers nnd their fam
ilies, nnd carrying over COO sailors fol
tho Philippines, and Guam, to take
tho placo of tho men on tho ships and
in tho Btatlons In tho East, whoso
terms have expired. Tho city lookod
yestorday nnd this morning almost as
If tho battleships wero already hero.
Tho slowness ot tho Buford was due
to tho fact that sho Is down by tho
stern. Sho carries a largo amount of
pesos, which hnvo been recolncd, and
reduced In slzu nnd weight, in the
mint at Ban Francisco, and aro now
being taken over to tho Philippines to
bo put ngaln Into circulation. Thci
slzo of tho coin has been reduced
owing to Its great and Inconvenient
TllE TENYU MARU sailed this
mornlng.from Yokohama tor this port,
on her first trip across tho Pacific.
She Is the now floating palace of tho
T. K. K., which has three propellers,
and is otherwise a unique craft in
tlieso waters. Sho Is due hero on tho
THE MARAMA, due fiom Victoria
and Vancouver a week ,llo mtomor
row, liua room for thirty first cabin
and 11 second cabin passengers.
Twenty of tho first class berths aro
open for men only, nn.1 10 of tho sec
ond class aro not available for women
THE MANCHURIA will carry about
110 Asiatics from this port when she
leaves this afternoon.
THE BUFORD sails .fir (ho Orient
PEARL H W TODAY
Boring operations should havo bo
gun at Pearl Harbor this morning. An
outfit was gotten on tho ground Mon
day, nnd things havo been busy since
getting tho placo in shape' to go to
work. Today was pay day, so tho on
glneers In cliorgo could not get on tho
ground. However Itis hoped that tho
boring began as was expected.
M'GALL LOSES LIFE
(Continued from Pace 1)
keel. Mlknleml was not ablo to get
closo to the boat with his launch, so
he returned and went out again in a
skiff together with Jack Rothwell,
the engineer of tho .dredger. They
managed to get hold ot the man on
the overturned boat. He was at this
time almost exhausted, and could
barely give an account ot the acci
This man told Mlknleml that ho
and McGnll had been sailing near tho
breakers when they loft control of
tho rudder, and tho craft upset. IIo
himself managed to get hold of the
keel of the boat, but when he looked
around McGall was nowhere In sight
Tho anchor, fell out of tho boat when
she capsized and hcjd her in the sumo
position nil night. Tho man stayed
on her bottom from 5 oclocK last
evening until 5:20 o'clock this morn
ing when ho was roscued.
Later reports brought from Pearl
Harbor by workmen differ from tho
story told by Mlknleml In that they
state that after tho boat had cap
sized McGall was econ by his com
panion. Ho called for assistance, say
lng that ho could not swim, but win
almost Immediately taken by u shark,
ot which there were a number around
A MANCHU BAT
A great deal ot amusement was
caused by a mauchu bnt, caught dur
ing tho dog watch by First Officer C.
E. Stewart of the Manchuria on her
present trip. It was placed In a box
bearing tho following inscription:
"Flying Manchu Bat. Pleaso do
not tease this unlmal, nor subject It
to too much light, Picked up on
board this steamer In Int. 31deg. IS
mln. N longitude 140deg. lGmlu.
W., during tho 'Dog Watch' at two
bolls; very seldom found In the Pa
cific Ocoan; mortar-ally used for va
rious purposes and Incrcaso In
wolght, holght, nnd forco."
A great ninny of the passengers
wero caught by tho nicely adjusted
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Lovo wore among
tho Mnnchuria arrivals today from
You Can't Afford
to wear any but the very best glasses.
Our frlasses give you ease, comfort,
A. N. SANFORD,
PRINCE'S REMAINS HERE
(Continued from Page 1)
royal person, tho chntitliiK of tho
moles wns commenced, bringing tcara
to mnny eyes. The coffin wns mil-
rounded by tho kahlll-bcaiors, wav
ing gently nnd solemnly over the re
mains ot tho dead Prince. In tho
room standing In lioi.or of tho Into
Prince 'wero Prlnco Kalanlnnaole,
Col. Sam Parker, Col. John linker,
Col. Iaukea, Hon. E. K. Llllknlnnl,
Hon. Jesslo Makalnnl, and several
ladlcs-of-honor. In tho mnulta cor
ner of tho room rested Prlnco David's
plcturo on nn easel, around which
Ids of mourning were placed. Com
mencing tonight, the singing nnd
tho chnntlng of nnclcnt melcs will be
Already n largo number of Hawai
ian, especially ladles, aro congregat
ed at tho Pcnsncoln home.
Col. Baker, who went along with
tho l.Uo Prince, said this morning
that tho death was unexpected, nnd
It was n great shock to them nil.
Baker said that tho phjslclans who
attended the Prlnco wero largely re
sponsible for his death.
'When wo found that Prlnco Da
vid's condition wns getting worse wo
asked tho physicians if thoy were
still hopeful of recovery. They said
thero wns no dnngcr. Shortly nftcr
wards the Prlnco died. In this con
ncctlon, I had thought that It would
hnvo been better had tho physicians,
who evidently know thero wns no
hope for recovery, told about It. I
believe If I hnd my way thero would
have been some show for recovery. I
nm a member of tho Christian Sclcnco
Society nnd had consulted with a ccr-
CHICAGO, III., June 14. Tho delegated to the Republican National
Convention nro nrrlvlng, tho delegation's from California, Oregon, nnd
Hawaii having already reached the city.
Speaker Cannon has arrived nnd will lend a fight against tho plac
ing of an injunction plank In tho platform.
Tho Indications uro that Cortclou's nnmo will not bo presented as
CHICAOO, III., June 13. Tho Hawnllnn Republican .delegation has
been invited to sit with tho Cnllfornlans. Mnny Stnto headquarters havo
been already opened, und candldatos for tho Republican Vice Presiden
tial nomination nro flocking to town.
EABL DEBBY DEAD
LONDON. Eng., June
Earl of Derby Is lo.nl.
Frederick Arthur Stniiloy, tho six
teenth Hurl of Derby, was one of tho
richest peers of Great Britain, his es
tate in Lancashire consisting ot sev
enty thousand ucres. Ilcjwua born-ln
1841 and held several of tho most
Important political and diplomatic
posts In tho British Government. Ho
entered Parliament in 18C5 and held
nt different times tho portfolios ot
Lord of tho Admiralty, Sccrctnry for
War, Secretary for tho Colonies, nnd
President of the Board of Trndo.
From 1888 to 1893 he was Governor
General of Cannda.
TROOPS IN REVOLT
TANGIER, Morocco, Juno 14.
Four thousand of tho troops In tho
army of tho Sultan nro out In revolt
against him. They will probably at
tempt to Join tho uimy ot Mulul Hnf
Id, tho rebellious half-brother of tha
ROLLER-COASTED TO DEATH
DENVER, Colo., Juno 13. Four
peoplo wore killed this afternoon nt
tno pnrK. 'inoy woro in n, roncr-
coaBtcr which Jumped tho track whllo
at high npecd.
KAISER IS C0BDIAL
BERLIN, Germany, Juno 14. Am
bassador Dnvld Jayne Hill has been
rcielved by tho KuUcr. Tho recep
tion wns cordial.
BULLFTlN ADO. PAY
Get At 'Em
Give the mosquitoes no rest; get what there is for your
self. You will get genuine pleasure out of Hawaiian life
if you exterminate the pests. Use
and you will end discomfort.
BEtfSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
1 n prominent lady of the same re
l.glon, who tnhl mo that sho nnd I
nnd others probably" could hnvo done
come good for tho Prince."
While tho body of Prlnco David
'ciualns nt tho Pensacoln street homo
(ho public will be excluded, nnd only
tho relatives unit Intlmnto friends
will lie admitted, Saturday will bo
tho d.iy for tho public, at tho Cnpltol
REMAINS OF AUG.
The Funeral Will Take Place Next
Wednesday from Catholic
On Wednesday nftcrnoon nt
o'clock tho funeral of tho lato August
Drcler takes plnco from tho Catholic
Church, tho Interment being In Nuu
anu ccAictcry. The remains of the
deceased arrived this morning on tho
Mnnchuria and were taken to tho
Williams undertaking parlors, whero
they will remain until tho funeral
day. r. A. Schncfcr and Cecil Brown
hnvo charge of tho funeral nrrnngo
ments. Tho pall-bearers will bo se
lected some tlmo today or tomorrow,
The St. Louis Alumni Association
will attend tho funeral In n body.
This wns decided on nt n meeting
jesterdny morning. Tho tollego band
will nlso bo In attendance.
Brothor Robert of St. Louis Col
lego Is drafting resolutions of condo
lence to bo presented to the widow
Details of tho donth ot August
Drcler were lenrned this morning on
urrlvnl of tho body In this city, with
relatives, by the Mnnchuria. About
four hours out of Brenierhnven on
tho steumcr, whllo ho was accompa
nied by nil of his family, Mr. Drcler
sat down to breakfast. Ho was Just
taking his coffee, when ho fell for
ward dead, without nny warning. It
was learned by n post-mortem exami
nation that nn nrtcry hnd burst nenr
tho heart, causing instant death.
Evening Bulletin 754 per month.
FORTRESS MONROE, Vn., Juno
13. Further experiments woro un
dertaken In tho test of tho resisting
powers of tho monitor Florida, A
Whitehead torpedo was launched
ugnlnst her from tho monitor Arkan
sas and was exploded ngalnst her hull
nt tho waterllne. Tbo torpedo con
tained tho usual servlco chnrge. Tho
Florida wns damagod, but not de
C0L0BAD0 NOT ASH0BE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnllf., Juno 14
Tho report that tho cruiser Colorado
hnd gone nshoro In tho Strnlt ot Juan
do Fucn Is unfounded. Tho vessel
had merely anchored off tho Diinge
ncss Spit awaiting tho lifting of tho
KILLED HIS FAMILY
PEABODY, Kans., Juno 13.
Frank Good, who was despondent ov
er his wife's death, cut tho throats
ot his three children, and then cut
his own throat. When tho bodies
wero found life wns extinct.
SAVAII VOLCANO 0UTBBEAK
AUCKLAND, N. 55., June 14, A
roport hns been received hero of u ro
mnrKablo volcuntcoutburst on the
Island of Savall. It Is estimated that
tho flow of lava from tho eruption
nmoiints to three thousand tons a
ABMIJ0 IS DEAD
MADRID, Spain, Juno
Premier Armijn died hero,
31 a J K 3 51 !5 K K K 115 K M M K H
Monday, Juno 15.
P. M 8. 8. Manchuria, Saunders,
from 8nn Frnnclsco, en routo to Yo
kohama, 8 n. in.
5 H K K H 3C 3D 35 3 K a M 3t M X
K U S S K It ft K X K i(3r. K K )f X
, Saturday, Juno 13.
Htnir. Nilhau, Oncss, for l'umiliui.
P. M. S. 8. Mongolia, Morton, for
San Francisco, 4 p. in.
K SAILING TODAY
!! K H K K 5f 3C ft JJ rtl Jf K 30 J? H K 38
Stmr. Manchuria, Saunders, for Yo
kohama, 5 p. m.
PASSENGEBS ABBIVED "-
Per U. S. A. T. Buford, from San
Francisco, Juno 14. For Honolulu:
W. II Rhonda, C. II. McUrlde, Lt. Geo.
C. Bovion, Mrs. James K. Parsons,
John II Blown. For Guam: W. W.
John II. Brown.
Per Btmr. Iwnlanl, from Maul nnd
Molokal ports, Juno 14. J. D. Mc
Veigh, C. A. Hartwcll, Dr. Hosmer,
Mrs. II. F. Jones, 8. Snycgusn, All
You, Miss Julia Knttinl. II. Kaltial.
Per stmr. W. 0, Hall, from Kauai
ports, Juno 14 II. E. Abbey, Jllsa
Edwnrds, Miss Cotrol, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. LiiVBteil, 19 deck. .
Per Klmr. Manchuria, Saunders, for
Yol.ohnma, Juno 15. R. A. McCoy, II.
Mori, II. Dokkcy, M, C. Thomas, Col.
and Mrs. Hall, Carlos I'lnk, C. 11.
TompoiatiircH G a. in., 70; 8 a. in.,
72; 10 n. in., 70; noon, 78; morning
Barometer, 8 n. in.. SO.lfij absolute
humidity, 8 n. in., G.S'.i.l mains per
cubic foot; rclatlo humidity, 8 a. m.,
05 percent; dew point, 8 n. in., f!2.
Wind 0 n. in., velocity 9, direction
N. E.; 8 n, in., velocity 10, direction
E.; 10 n. m., velocity 9, direction N.
E.; noon, velocity 10, direction N. E.
Hnlufull during 21 hours ended 8 n.
in., .01 lncji.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon. 221 miles.
WM. 11. S.TOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather
SEASON OF DRAMA
WITH RICHARD BDHLER
Tho Luniloy company, n premier
dramatic organization, known from
Denver cast to San Diego west as tho
best stock company touring the Mid
dle und Far West will play a season
ut tho Orpheum theater under tho
personal dlicctlon ot J. C. Cohen and
Gerald R. Liimlcy. The company Is
headed by the romantic )oung actor,
Richard Iluhler, mid contains a dup
licate set of leading plneis, two
loading men, and two leading ladies.
Miss Mao Keane and Frank E. .Mont
gomery, two artists who aro great fu
voritcs on tho Coast will alternate
with Richard Buhlcr and Miss Vir
ginia Thornton in tho lending roles.
"Tho Climbers" will bo tho opening
bill, -which requires a l.irgo cast ut
diameters, nnd gives tho cntlro com
pany ot twenty luembcis parts suited
to their particular line ot art. Now
and special scenery Is being painted
by the company's artist, llniry Mar
shall, n ticenlu artist whoso reputa
tion Is firmly established on tho Pa
cific Coabt. It is tho Intention of
Managers Cohen and Lumloy to
change tho play Monday and Wed
nesday nnd give a family inatlueo ev-
ory Wednesday and Saturday after
noons. On Thursday evening, Juno
25, Ralph' Stewart's romantic co
tumo diuma "By Right of Swoid"
will bo given. For the second week
tho comedy "Browns In Town" and
"Tho Lovo Routo." During tho en
gagement such plavs us "Why Smith
Loft Home," "Tho Virginian," "Tho
Christian," "Friends." "Human
Hearts," "Tho Ensign," "Old Ileld-
clhcig," "What Happened to Jones,"
La Hello Marie," "Carmen," "Tho
Silver King," "Northern Lights."
Raffles," will bo pioduced with Bim
etal Kccnoiy and costumes. Scats
will bu on salo at tho Orpheum box
office Friday 10 ii. in. Sold one vvcok
Tom Bates is In -town. With him Is
Mr. Marshal, (ho sco'iilc artist for tho
Luniley-Cohen dramatic combination.
Tom has wandered far and wldo slnco
ho wns last In Hawaii, Ho has not
changed much. Ho Is enjojlng tho
flrbt few ilnyB calling on his many old
friends. Ho hopes to stay as long as
hn enn and tho blinw Ih popular, which
ho believes will ho or bovrrnl yenm.
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 Alapai.
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