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i It IIKNORT, Secretary
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umm inotar very oordlalit
.MYSTIC LODGE, HO. 9, K. OF P.
llMti every 3J ana" 4th Tuada.T
at ueh month at 7:10 ). m. at K. P
Wall, corner Part and Barttanla St.
YMting Brothara eor4UJrjf weleone
W. L. ltlh. 0. 0.
T. WALDR0N. K. of R. S.
0AIU I0DQE, Yo. 1, K. oTpT
UeeW every Irat and third Frl
iar venlng at 7:10 In K. of P. Hall,
armor Tort and Beretanla. VUIw
rothara cordially Invltad to attend.
a. a. DnsiNO. c.o..
JAS. W. WHITH. K.R.i.
OI0LULU IQDQK 618. B. P. 0 S.
Boaalulu Lodge No. flit, U. P. U
a. will meet In thalr hall oo ICIag
aaar Fort it-t .rary Friday evan
M. Br 'n't" the a R.
, HBNRT O. EABTON,
WW, 11. MclNEHNT, K. R.
woT iFrasLiy lodge io.s, r.o 7.
Mt very Saturday evening at
3 rviock In K. of P. Halt ear
Tti no Haratanta. VUttlni broth
- .Kttuii) Invited to attend
A I rRAZBB. CVC.,
K JACOB80N. K.R.B.
HOIJOUJUf ASBIS 140. P. 0. E.
uj(u un li ind ifi4 Ub WEU-
Know -f.fiilngn ot aaoa month at
i' ookHik in K or P. Hall, eoroar
WoUnu .iii'l Kort atraata.
miilL L'ha ara Inrltad U at-
v. i, KltAZBI. W., Praat.
H. r MOOHE. Baor.
lAWllArT TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. S. M.
".-t frr dnt and third Thara
Mft of web month at Knlihto ot
Prthlaa Hall Vtaltlns hrothara cor
tlalb lavld o attend.
I W AflCU. Saeban.
MURPHT. O. ot R.
ilats, Caps and Straw
na'lait WoJakay on the karkai
MOB. I . MoTIOO A CO., AGISTS.
- iomos xma ST.
MOn 140. . P. 0. BOX 789.
Tfco Baat Im Town.
TBL Mr. ' KT&Q ST.
tOVXJOY 6c CO.
WH0UHA1B DBALKR8 AHD DI-
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fWL SOt. 90S HTTUASI.
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4000 Oraan RooDnc Slata 10"xli'.
(00 Ona and Two Prong Iron Fanoa
1 Sl-aaillon Drum Commarclal Bth
r. 1 Oaatlron Plttlnr with Plamaa,
lar 11- Wrought Plpa.
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14S Etef Street Phone 911.
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The Acme of per.
I fectlon in the m
k c a it y - t o -1 a y w
I diiTcrcnt weights I
fl tuirlo Cnt nil rlicopa I
fM iituu iwt tan imo ga
of buildings. Write
I for our Class "A" m
1 Booklet showing 1
' I Maltlioid used on
I fine buildings. 1
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Von Hamm-Young Co.,
It will build you up
-AMBERS OHIIB CO.,
FOIl. F0P.T AND KIHO 8T8.
" f NIII'taaM-a
THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BREW OF
THE EASTERN STATES IS
FT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
JapHnttt Carioa, Bilk Kimono,
Shirt. Pajumai, Shirt Waiito, Fanoj
aOTL KTBEET iTFJLl BXPIEL
MISS POWER'8 MTLLINEBY
BOSTON BUILDINO, F0BT 8TBXBT
OENTS' POBNISHOTQ GOODS,
Tee Chan 6c Co.,
PH0N2 69T. King A Bethel St.
The lateit and larreit aaaortment
of hand-made and painted leather
poitcardi in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Frulta, at
WEEDON'S CDBIOSITY BAZAAB,
auucoa ot., oet, juni; ana merchant
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The day on which yon begin to
earn a vacation on th R n 11 1 1 ti
Plan will be your Good-Fortune Day,
Auto at hack (are. Tel. 381.
I'unama baU cleaned at the (Jlobe.
I'lnnltt mid ushors arc wnntod, See
ad In tills Issue.
II. K. Hotline and C. II. Hoffiiinrd ar-
rhttl thla morning from Kauai,
llonk Honk' Call 1111. J. A. Mc-
Lvod, for the pleasanteet auto rldo. '
J K. Uandall and Capt. Uradley
"ore amoug tlio Kaualans Mho arrived
Mr and Mrs S. Wilcox of Knual
i ie In this morning ou tho aloniuer
Mudaiiie I.ambvrt mood around tin
fnrner on Iloiotanla street In HarrI
Ijki )i)iir carrlJKc or HUtomoblle
, Ui Hawaiian Cnrrlaije Manfy. Co. foe
up to-tlute repalra.
It Is said that there Is no truth In
the rumor thnt Paymaster Drooks and
Pay Clerk Dunn are to be rellecj
J. A. Aklna onco Speaker of tho
lloimn Of HfitirnRonMflvaa wna nmnntf
the Kln.iu passencera who rame In U
Coat our Irou rcofs 1tli "Aiatlc"
Yoj will l) t-urprUed ut U cuilluc
aud pr(ortutln propertlea Calllornlii
r'i ed Co uccntis
M C Achl, Jr., It Is Mid will enter
Hitintord university on tho commoner
i i nt of tho BCliool yoir ll will si '
u'i" this ear from Oihu rollcgi1.
Consideration of the appllcitlona of,
T IwanaRa, Bertha Klommo and -fl,
Kukegawa will bo. given by the Hoard
of Llceimo Commissioners on July ID.
If you vnluo courtesy, attention to
orders, and carefulness in ailing them
lust right, order our groceries from
J. M. Levy & Co , tho family grocers.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for jou. Phone 143.
Don't forget tho excursion to the
Volcano .Friday of this week. Only
125 for tho round trip; only absent
from Honolulu two days. Seo ad. lu
A Korean laborer at Makawell plan
tation waa cremated while flghtlug
Ore In the field laat wcok Tuesday. It
la supposed he woa overcomo by the
K. Dalmaru. manager of the Dalma
ru furniture store on Oerctanla Btrect,
next to the Central flro atatlou, has a
new lot of furniture on hand. Prices
Out of respect to the momorv of tho
late August Drcler the pedro tourna
ment at Kamehamcba, which was to
havo taken place thla evening, has
Try the itatloncry at tho Hawaiian
Nowa Co. Their writing papor la all
hlgh-grado, and It la easy to write
well with It. All the latest correct
alcea, weights, and shades.
The election of a colonel of tho Na
tional Guard to succeed Colonel Sam
Johnson, resigned, .will tako placo on
Monday, it 1b probable that there
will be a conteat for tbe position.
It was stated on good authority this
morning that Mrs. Mcston nlll put In
an application before tho Board ol
License Commissioners for tho llauor
license which wnu refused "Scotty",
asking that It bo transferred to her
A conference was held this morn
ing with Superintendent of Public
Works Mnratou Campbell by offlcois
of the Maine ns to how many of the
Fleet can be put Into tho harbor ut
once. Probably fourteen or llftccr
ships can so be handled.
John Coyne, an employe ot the
Hustace, Peck Co, was hurt by a
premature explosion at the Pahoa
quarry last Monday. He was taken
to the hospital, his arms and face
being burned, but Is expected to, be
able to go' to work again In a few
The fleet sub-commlttco on Enter
tainment will hold a meeting at tho
omco of Fred. L. Waldron. Saturday,
June !0, nt 8:30 a. m. Tho meeting
of tho floet transportation committee,
which, waa to havo takbn placo this
forenoon, did not como off on tug to
the fact that most of tbe membors at
tended the Drolor funeral,
The scoring end ot tho Riverside
Baaeball League has changed hands.
W. Tin Chong. the secretary of the
loague for the past two years, has
resigned and a few days ago Presi
dent A. L. C. Atkinson appointed him
acting official scorer, vice Itapozo, re
Bernard H. Kelekollo. the first
president ot the reorganized Rlver-S
aide Basoball League during the
years 1906-1907, has been appointed
by A. L. C. Atkinson ub the actlne
secretary and press agent ot the
league until a successor Is elected In
place of Tin Chong, resigned.
There will bo no baseball aramea
whatever at tho Aala Park grounds
on June 21, 1908, owing to the funer
al of the late Prince David Kawa
nanakoa. A Mort Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST1 "FCTTEB8""IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
69 S KINO 87.
PHONE 625. 1
"ABLE REPORT OF SAN
... Wednesday. June 17. 1908.
MANILA Sailed Juno lft:
U. S. A. T. Sheildan, for Honolulu
NEW YORK Arrived Juno 17:
Ok.Nuiiunlt, bonce lY-li. IS.
1IANA Anhcil June 17:
Sell. Homilpii, hrmu Junu 9,
A number of pionilticut people,
racmbe'rs of the Republican, Demo
cratic, and Home Utile parties, today
expressed themselves lu faor of hav
ing Secretary Onrdeld glvo n public
hearing at which the land question
might be discussed. The feeling Is
being expressed that the Administra
tion Is taking pains to havo tho Sec
retary ho Bequest ered that the "com
mon people" will not have a chance
to express their views to him, and
It Is to havo such an opportunity giv
en them that the suggestion ot a pub
lic heating, for Instance In the
throne-room, Is being much favored.
The Democrats have, as was stated
yesterday exclusively in. tho Bulle
tin, prepared a petition asking for
the suspcnalon of the land laws un
til a commission from Congress can
prepare new ones, and this document
will bo ready tor signatures this' aft
ernoon. Signatures will bo sought
from nil who are not satisfied with
the present laws. Irrespective of
their .political atnilatlous, those be
hind the proposition being strong on
tho point that the matter Is entirely
a non-partisan one. It Is probablo
that the petition will bo presented
to the Secretary at the public ro-
ceptlon thlstevenlng together with a
request that a time be set for a hear
ing at which concreto facts can be
given and questions answered.
The Home Rulers havo also gotten
up n memorial against tho present
land law, but they ask that the old
Wilcox bill be made law. It Is piob-
able that theyinlso will present their
document to he Secretary at the re
ception this ocrilng;
NO COIJM TARS
It Wan Rtntod on llin lmttlpulilm tMa
afternoon that the 2Sth Is pay day
regularly no pay lias been received
by tho men In this pott. And, from
inn uci tiuu tney aro srlicduled to
Ball two ilnvK Imfmn tlm tlmn r,ir mv.
Ing off, It Is possible that tho men will
get no coin to throw nrouud.
ZABLAN 111 this city. Juno 10. i90S
to Mr. and Mrs. J. Zablau, a daugh
AUTO BREAK DELAYS
(Coatfarad from Pace t
Cummins. On the other side, a gen
eral Inspection of plantation and
land matters waB made, and the par
ty continued on the way to llalelvva,
whore lunch will be Berved nt 2:30.
Tho party w(ll then come on back to
Honolulu, making stojis at arlom
plantations and mills, where tho Sec
retary will be glvnu an oppurtunlt)
to seo how the greatest Industries ol
the Islands are carried on. Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth nnd Attorney
General Hemcnwnv will meet lbs
party at Wahlawa,
FRIDAY NIGHT at 8 O'CLOCK
COR. KING AND SHERIDAN STS.
A 10-R0UND GO BETWEEN
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF
THE - ALABAMA
THE WELL-KNOWN HONOLULU
One 4 Rounds, one 6 Roundi. be
tween eood men of the Maine and
Alabama and two local boxen,
Tickets on sale at Fashion Cie-ar
Store. Rlnmbl .ti KD. Hn.I
Seats, $1.00. General admission, 50c.
You Can't Afford
to wear any but the very best glassss.
Our glasses give you ease, comfort,
A. N, SANFOfiD,
(Continued from Pao 1)
two following bills have been favor
ably reported and tiro now on tho
calcndnr ono to establish u llsli
hatchery on Oahit, and the cthor to
repay the Territory eo.no $23,000 ex
pended for llghthouru maintenance,
"For tho past four jc.irs tho work
of my secretary nnd iii)elf has beon
shaped to one slmplo motto that It
Is results that count. To secure
thoso results we havo relied on a
quiet and stralnhtfoiwnrd piciitn-
llou of our needs, nnd tho cultiva
tion of fi lends for llawnll In tho
House nnd Henri h- I mn irliut In nml
thnt this policy lias not only brought
to tlie Tuirltory a substantial In
crease In pi.ictlcul rcsullB each cai,
but It haslso given us the working
capital of ;an' Increased number of
Congressmen who aro Interested li.
Hawaii In n friendly and more or loss
"No Stato or Territory gets nil
the legislation It wants, or even all
It deserves. But Hawaii this jcar re
ceived far more In proportion than
any State or Territory In tho Union;
and I believe that so lone ns wo fol.
low the policy of working for definite
results, nnd of cultivating friends In
Congress, Hawaii's Interests will not
3Uffer nt Washington,
"Thero Becms to be an Impression
hero that nil this legislation haa been
carried through through tho recom
mendations of tho President, but It
must bo remembered thnt Congress
does Its own work, recommendations
or no recommendations. Wc hnvo
many good friends In Congress, there
Is no doubt of that, and It Is thoso
whom we can count on as fur as leir.
Islatlon Is concerned. Tho visit ol
tho Congressional party here last
year waB one of the best investment!
Hawaii ever made. Whenever I hml
any measure on the floor of tho
Houso there was always some ono ol
the members who had visited Hawaii
who would get up and fight for It
I ndvlso that we get another nnrtv
of Congressmen hero next year, pa
tho expense involved will be mono
"The Pearl Harbor matter was ono
which nobody could have gotten
through but Cannon, and. nctuated
by his personal friendliness for me,
no took tho matter up and changed
the sentiment ot tho roninillieo
which wus prior to that disposed
against tho bill.
"Oicat credit should also bit clven
Secretary MtClellan, who did good
CHICAGO, III., Juno 10. Tho Taft foires claim thP advantage In
tho Btrugglo over tho injunction plank In the platfoim. They nsseit that
the nppoliitment of a subcommittee nr thiri..,,,, , ... .,,.. ....
planka Is n distinct success for their
mi. m .1 ..., tuu uijuncuun limine ana only rour oppuseu.
ino Tart manurura nredlct n fmorniitn ronn t. r..n , . ..
nlto In tho touvrntlon. Spenl.er Cannon la leading the opposition.
Governor Cummins nf lnwn u i, .,,!., f.,..i.i' ,..........
Tlio Credentials Commltteo favors the Taft delegates.
All committees will report Wednesday.
Boys of the Maine and Alabama
DO.V'T FAIL TO SEE
The Greatest line of CURIOS in the city
while you are taking "a smile" in the
FORT ST. JUST ABOVE THE THEATER.
Buy your BUTTER where you can be assured of Qual
ity. We have the best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT'S CHEAP 1
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
TAYLOR FINDS HOW
TANK WAS SMASHED
By the removal of the wreckage ol
I hit water tank which was blown up
r.t Chief of DolectlvoH Tajlor'a ptaco
.' few days ngo It has been found that
tin 1 uik vviim destrojed b mi uxplns
lv v lilrh had been placed under Ilia
hut oin of It, probably on (inn of tho
rlv I,)-hIx rroinpltcea which support
'J lio romulim of tho tank bottom
vcio lying directly on tlm giound, but
h-d boon ttiriuM completely over by
(ho foico of tho explixlon. On the
board1) Mcro found so mo peculiar
stains, evidently caused by tho ex
ploslvo. Somo of theso will bo scrnped
off mid submitted to examination by
a chcmlat In order that tho naturo of
tho explosive may ho determined. Tho
pollco nro now looking up u couplo ol
suspicious characters who had been
observed hanging about tho vlct'i'f1
of tho Taylor place n diy or two prior
to the oxploslou. Ta.vlor la now liav
Ing bin home jia plumbing repaired,
III estimates the damage at Sliuo.
Attorn-.v (lencr.ll Heinenvvny stated
this morning that ho had received a
letter from his deputy, Mr. Whltnoy
who haa gone to Wnlluku to look up
the complaint which has been lodced
ngaltist tho contractor who built the
walliiKu courtliouso. Ho says that
ho has been busy taking testimony
Ono of tho startling things that he
has discovered bo 'nr la I he fact that
a Moody, who Is ono ol tho complain
Ing witnesses against McDonald, the
contractor, accusing him of employ
ing non-citizen labor, himself fur
nlshed certnin of thu lumber used In
tho construction of tho building, and
that this lumber was planed and fin
Ishcd by Jupaneso and one Chinaman
Crowded to capacity Is the record ot
thla moving plctuiu show house hIiico
Its opening. There aro two changes
each wcok In tho pictures nnd songs
Tho place Is cooled by forced draught
and thero Is little uso for fans. On
Friday night twelve hundred persons
attended tho Art. and loft entlrob
pleased. The admission la ten cents
for adults and live cents for children.
ZABLAN June 10, 1908, to the wife
of J. Znblan, a daughter.
S.tn Frnnolapn unrlrlnt- trlpl nlla
heir to $275,000 and next day weds
her clerk fiance.
work nnd Bhould not bo forgotten.
"T fnnl nrmiil nti,t f ,l.lnl, ...1,1.
good renson, over the passage of (he
i-euerai nuilUlng bill. I have the flag
Which flow over thn Clllllnl nn tho
day It. passed the Houso, on tho day
It passed tho Somite, nnd on tho day
on which tho President signed It. nnd
this will be hoisted over tho bulldlne
when.lt him bren completed."
side, Chairman Hopkins having ap-
mm in iy tness
HF ftli i!llf
K ARRIVED 8
Wednesday, June 17,
Stmr, Klnau, Gregory, from Knual,
S a. in.
it X M B M 58 35 S K M B H X 31
X SAILING TODAY
Stmr. Mnul, for Hnmakua ports, at
4 p. m.
i a k )t it n x k k )i x s )r
H PASSENGERS ARRIVETI X
rt K S J K M i SP K K 31 X K
Per htmr. Klnau, Clregory, fiom
Knual, Juno 17. Mr and Airs. S. W.
Wilcox, Miss SI. Wong. It. K. Bonlni.
J. A. Aklnn, C. 11. Ilofgaaid. Mrs. K.
Habo, Master Kl'ialna, MrB, T, Ono
kra, Miss A, Punlanl, Mr. and Mrs.
Mnhlhlln, J. K. Oandall, Capt. Brad
ley, Ah Chong, S. W. Kauanoo nnd J3
(Continued from Pace 1)
':-V! Of tho Provisions Of llllr nlntuln
and ot tho decision of tho Supromo
Court by Mr. Justlca Hnrtwull In
Mug vh. Aln Ah Chin ct til., 3id
"Let tho ideas dn bar bn nml tlm
same nro heiel allowed, nml -let tlio
defendants be und they nro discharg
By this ruling, nil other canes
which wero not given a special order
from tho Comt nnd which were tried
after being Impioiierly set over from
tlio pieceillng term, may bo ktioct.cd
out, and Jill people who have been
"onvlcted thus mid nro In prison may
be freed by n writ of habeas corpus.
ARE ATLANTIC SAILORS
Honolulu und tho Hawaiian Isl
and ure doubly Interesting to most of
tho officers with the Maine und Ala
bama, for tho reason that n good
number of them nre In. the Pacific for
their first time, being purely Atlantic
Coast sailors. An officer from tho
Maine ycBterday stated that 'they
bring no one transferred from tho
MANY PEOPLE FLOCK
(Continued from Pe 1)
larger nnd linnvlnr. nml lh.. ahlnt, nw.
built with fighting strength In vlow.
mum.T uaicn 01 men went on
ShOrO lcavn thin nftnrnnin I, lu .
ed that tho men on theso ships nro
not spending the coin so fast as tho
men wiiu wero recently lu tills port
on tho Ilenlnmln PmiHtntit n ii.nif.
Ian training ship, nnd tho Genoral
Duiiuciano, a uunean. huh, tiicy are
doing very well, and aro to be seen
in uii pans ui ino town.
On board thn Alnlmmn h in.-,.
have qulto a mascot In tho person of
a real, llvo bear, which has furnished
a great deal of amusement on tho
run down fiom tho Coast, whero ho
wob picked up.
Among tho Wlsltors on tlio Maine
and Alabama this morning was Jack
Scully, who li promoting tho boxing
COlltrsta to 1m belli In Ihla nllv LM.
day and Sutiiiday, In which somu of
ino inrH nro to inKo part. Ho was
taken lu tow by Flag Officer Leahy of
the Maine, ami thlni?". wnt i .... in..
, , - "- d. turning!)-.
Comment wan ciurpiI vfiuiht-.i,,.- n
the vvaterfiont bv thn fnllnrn r r. ,.,i
number nf tho Amerlr.111 ships in poit
m ui-niinm in minor or tlio Ilglitlng
fchlps when they camo In. In fact,
Olllv two. tlm Kt-hnmw-i- Allr, ri,.iF..
Captain IVnlinllow, and tho barken-
line wiinniniiii, Laptain l'urker, had
tllU gay blllltlllir llll In n vnrv iwillx...
able degreo. Tho comment is thnt
they nro tho only American bhlps In
ThrOUUll the Mtrpnmma ntfnrtu i.i
Untiling work nf Altnrmuu niil n...i
HarrUon, Muuuol Maurice was saved
ii om probably being stretched at tha
end of a rutin. TTml Its, lr, n,.n.,ifl.
ed of ho heinous crime of which he
w;i cuurgci, tne penalty would have
been death m- Ilfn iiiuirl,nnniini Tin,..
over, ho now can bo sentenced to only
mn iiuj, ii iiii! iunri snoiiui so decree.
Tllli. IlANGAI.Om: was nuoln.1
boiuo daj-K ngii nt San Francisco hjr
ino iiiiuuiwiiii'iM nt over 90 per cent
U'I II Stira II CO. tJOIUO of thn ivlui minu
liavu beuit playing her on tho biipposl
Hon that sho might havo iroiu, ninmni
Capo of Good Hope. Colley being n
caienu snipper, who might havo
changed Ills coureo when ho found tho
Horn u difficult pioposltlou to innstcr.
She .ehouli! urrlvo In u few dayB at
the vciy latest, an sho la now 238 davu
out from Norfolk for this port.
iiiu btkajikh Klnau arrived 1 h i
morning fiom Kauai, with passengers,
and a general cargo, tho principal nit
lclo of vvhltli waH 5000 bags of Biigar,
Till: MAUI sails this afternoon at
5 o'clock for Kohalalolo, Laupahoehoo
LAUNCHES AND GEAR Tor woix
at Pearl Harbor -arrived yesterday by
THE A.-H, S. S. Moxlcan sallod to
day from San Francisco for this port.
Pianist nnd two ushers, Must bo
ovor 17 years of ago.
to, yourself and let us build that ca
UOe, rowintr-boat. nr vnnht urix'nl. -....
have in mind. We'll have it readvr
in no time, and the price will be so
I0W that VOn Will TOnnilAY. V,m .... .....
'" '- "-- --. ..vfw wy van
do It. We've done it. hnwuun
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker.
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal.
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