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EVENING BULLETIN, IIONOLUMJ.'t. H.tHURSDaY, JUNE 18, lDOS.
mm itiu 1
WEEKLY Cfc EKDAR
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Pacific Lodge First Degree.
All visiting members of be
irder are oordlalkr laTlted to
Utend m ttlnai of local Iodine
HARMONY 10DGJL, No. 3, L 0. 0,F.
Meets every Monday evening at
i SO Id 1. 0. 0. r. Hall. Fort Stieet
E. n. HENDRT, Secretary.
DEM. F. VICKER3. N. U.
All visiting brothers Tory cordially
MYOTIC LODGB, NO. 2, K. OF P.
MeaU every 2d and Ub Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Oeretanla BU.
Visiting Drothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
A WALDRON, IC. of H. & B.
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. oTpT
Meets every flrat and third Fri
day evening at 7:20 In K. ot P. Hall,
coraar Fort and Roretanla. Visit;
brothera oordlally Invited to attend.
A. O. DEKRINO, CO.,
JA3. W. WHITR, K.R.S.
fONOLULU LODQE 610, B. F. 0. E.
-tunolulu Lodge Nc. 616, B. P. a
'., will meet In their hall on King
oear Fort street every Friday even
.'ng. Br order or the IS R.
HENRY 0. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Vtn. M'KDJLEY LODGE No.8, K.of F.
MeeU every Saturday evening at
SO o'clock tn K. ot P. Hall, cor.
"ort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
- cordially Invited to attend,
W L. FRAZEB, CM.,
B. A. JACOBSON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
UeeU on the 2nd and 4th WED
MB8DAY evenings ot each month at
7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cormer
9eretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEB, W.. Prert.
H. T. MOORB. 8ecy.
3AWAUAN TRIBE Ho, 1, t 0. B. H.
Meets ry flrat and third Thurs
layo of each month at Knights ot
'ythlan Hall. Visiting brothers cor.
Mall) Invtud to attend.
J. TV. ASOH, Sachom.
A. H. MURPHY, O. of R.
! Reduction Sale
Hats, Caps and Straw
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F, McTIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 70S.
The Best In Town.
827. KING ST.
IQVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TBL. 308, 902 NUUANU,
4C00 Greon Rooting Slate 10"xl6
600 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25 -gal I on Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
' EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 Kin Street. Phone 211,
I The Acme of per- m
I fection in the L
I Ready -to-lay j
I diiTerent weights I
m made tor an classes
I of buildings. Write 1
I for our Class "A" I
I Booklet showing 1
I Malthoid used on 1
if fine buildings. 1
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
It will build you up
FOR. FORT AND' OTTO SIS.
THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BREW OF
THE EASTERN STATES IS
IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Japanese Curios, Bilk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 627. King & Bethel Sts.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAB,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
LOCAL AND GENERAL -
A good commencement day is the
one on which you decide to let the
Bulletin pay your vacation ex
penses. 'Phone for a booklet.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
Panama hats cleaned at the Globe.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mc
Leod, for the pleasantcst auto ride.
Madame Lambert moved around the
corner on Rerotanla street In Harri
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co., tor
Charles Phillips, a kamaalna hbrc,
tills morning Hied his application for
admission to the bar. He was recom
mended by Lylo Dickey.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arublc "
Yoj will bcr surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Cano planting contracts of tho Ono
mea Sugar Compony with 314 Japan
ese were filed In the regular manner
with Registrar Merrlam this morning.
All those expecting to go on tho ex
cursion to the volcano tomorrow must
get their tickets beforo noon tomor
row or their bookings will bo can
celled. Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Don't forgot the excursion to the
Volcnno Friday of this week. Qnly
$26 for tho round trip; only absent
from Honolulu two days. Sco ad. In
Captains Hnrbcr mid Veciler of tho
battleships Malno and Alabama this
morning called on Judge Dole and the
other Judges of the courts In tho Ju
The tickets for tho boxing bouts for
Friday and Saturday evenings nro be
ing told very fast. It certainly looks
as If Honolulu people want boxing all
mo time judging from this early largo
All tho representatives of tho Kn
lanlanaoto baseball league aro request
ed by tho president to attend a special
meeting tomorrow evening, Friday,
Juno 19, 1908, at his homo. A matter
of Importance Is to be considered.
This morning a wireless was re
ceived by tho hgents for tho Hllonlan,
Castle & Cooko, when tho steamer
was 314 miles out Tho message
merely stated that sho was O. K., and
that dlstanco at sea at 8 o'clock last
evening. This is sending tho ether
Secretary Garfield will lunch nt
tho Commercial Club tomorrow noon
as tho guest of tho club. Members
and their invited guests will bo pres
ent. Tho lunch hour Is from 12-30 to.
2 and It is hoped that gtlmo will bo
allowed for Mr. Garfield to meet many
of tho members personally.
tiannan n was this morning grant
ed a divorce from K. H. II on the
groundo ot extreme cruelty. On Ma)
ii. iuus, the llbclleo pleaded guilty
to a charge of assault and battery on
his wife beforo Judge tA&drade, and
sentence was suspended pending his
good behavior. Ho Is a printer em
ployed by the Hawaiian Gazetto Com
pany, Ltd., nud Is paid $27 per week.
Ho was ordered to nay SG.ner week
uwiuuu lu UIO WI1U, UUU uisu io sianu
the costs of tho caso.
(Continued from Paje 1)
Tho day for coaling tho ships has
been changed, and tho bunkors will
be filled tomorrow Instead of on Sat
urday, ns formerly planned. About
all of tho mon will bo used for this
work. Jack will not bo soon ashore
for this reason.
It was at first feared that this mat.
nil .. I- LI ., , . . .
ter of coaling would break un arrange
ments for tho ball gamo on tomorrow
between a team from tho Halno and
tho Diamond Heads, but tho executive
or mo Maine has agreed to let nlno
The ships aro to depart on Monday.
Thoy will probably wait for tho malls
betoro going out, but the exact tlmo
of departure Is not fixed.
Hero Is another disappointment for
Jack. Asked on tho ship the other
day what ho was going to do about
his pay, ho said: "Suro, wo got paid.
Wo get our money Monday. Oot to
spend somo In this port." Dut, what
good, if tho ships depart on that day?
rno crowds still hand around to
seo what Is to be seen, but tho guard
at tho end of tho wharf and at tho
gang plank Is now moro strictly kept.
Jack a Good Sport.
Tho basketball team was ashore
practicing this morning. It Is a crack
aggregation, which huB cone somo
with the big universities In tho East.
Tho tentative 1 ne-un of tho basr.
uau team is as follows: Gruff, c;
Flfer, Hlllman and Hcfter, p.; Klttel,
lb.j O'Brien, 2b.: Konofack. as.; no
behnrt, 3b.; Darker, If.; Gallagher,
cf.; Scgnon, rf.
Of theso, Flfor was plckod for the
F. X. "Balr, acoxawnln of tho .tavy,
arrived hero on the Alabama, to await
hero tho arrival of tho Now Jeiaoy.
Ho is to Join that Blilp In this city.
Meanwhile, ho Is under chnrgo of Cnji
Tho Burgeons from tho ships left
yesterday aftomoon for a visit to tin
lopor settlement at Molokal. They
wont out on tho Maul, probably to re
A Mat Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
'62 8 SING 8T. PHONE 525.'
We fit Eyeglasses and Spectacles,
and fit them Properly.
We give better vision to young
eyes, and preserve eyesight to the
A. N, SANFORD,
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, June' 18,
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Juno 17:
S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 18.
S. S. Ncvadan, from Knhulul, Juno
OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM
(Continued from Pace 1)
of tho city and to respect tho ofn
clals who look after the Interests of
the people. Turning to Mayor Aid,
who received the first prlzo for writ
ing the best paper on tho American
flag, Garfield shook hands ngulu with
him. After tho singing of another
song, n loung girl camo forward and
presented tho Secretary with a Icl of
red carnntlons nnd jellow (lowers, tho
"Mr. Garfield," said tho joting
lady, "I have tho honor to present
to sou In the name of tho school our
school colors." Garfield thanked her
In a neat little speech. Afterwards
ho visited tho various offices and tho
omccrs. In the Major's office. Gar
field was shown tho records of tho
court by T. Naknmura, w ho was busy
nt his desk.
Lewis & Co
CHICAGO, 111., June 17. The n .lubllc.in Nntlonnl Convention, by .1
ote of R06 to 171, defeated the pr puonl to tcduce Southern represen
tation. The nomination for Vice Prosld-nt Mcj between Fairbanks nnd Cum
mins, with tho former leading
Tho Platform Commltlco Is having nn nlI-nlghtscsslon. All planks
have been settled excepting those .(.o.'crlng Injunction's, civil rights of tho
negro, Pnnnmn, and immigration.
The subcommittee has agreed t( n modified Injunction plants with
the general purpose of the original n-io iinihangcd. It asserts that tho
Republican party has iilwnvs ii'ihcM tho processes nnd proceedings of tho
courts, but believes thct the ,o'.vci- to issuo Injunctions should be so mod
ified as to prevent co-ntn fium grain Ing Injunctions without notice, ex
cepting In cases where Irreparable damage Is Imminent.
Thero Is nn unauthoritative siatement current Hint lit the Injunc
tion plank Is dlsngree.iblo to Tnft, ho will repudlnto It In the campaign,
thus following Parker's action towards tho silver plank In 1904.
The Platform Committee Is unfavorable to n plank In favor of the
admission of Arizona and New Mexico ns States.
The California delegation Is supporting George Knight for the Vlco
Vice President ralrbnnkR Is out with n letter s.i)Ing that ho docs
not want a rcnominatlon, but notwithstanding this his frlonds nro urg
ing his candidacy.
It Is expected that the platform will be reported Thursday morn
ing. A warm debate Is likely to follow. Nominating speeches will bo
limited to two for each candidate.
At Kaahumanu School
With tho picture of his father.
President Garfield, hanging over tho
entrance, and surrounded by the
American nnd Hawaiian Hags, Secre
tary Garfield nnd tho party wero re
ceived by Miss TelUer, tho principal
of tho school. A speech nicompany
Ing the presentation ot a carnation
lei, was neatly niado by Miss Sllva,
while Miss Ajlett led tho pupils In
singing "Aloha Oe." Hero tho Scc-
rotary urged the joung ones to build
up good cltlzciiKhlp.
At the High School
rrorobw scon, principal of tlio
school, received Secretary Garfield
Family Wines and Liquors,
CENTER OF CONTEST
and party nnd escorted them to tho
mnkal entrance while a picture was
taken of them together with the
ginduatlng class. Here also Secre
tary Garfield mado an Instructivo
Garfield Speaks at the Normal
"Members of tho graduating class
of the Normal School, and friends, I
consider this n great opportunity for
mo to speak to you. If wo .aro right
In school life, we may be sure that
our dnlly llfo wilt bo all right. I nm
pnitlculnrly Impressed with the con-
dltjnns at this school. Tho mlxturo
of races, tho mlxturo of complexion
that we havo not In tho States would
x KTfj'te'K k k kIm ri n k a m h
'' ARRIVED -
Thursday, June 18.
8tmr. Clamtlne, Dennett, from Ha
waii and Maul ports, 1:31 a. m.
M M )( ) X If K X K K M Jt 3tW
N SAILING TODAY A
Stinr. Klnaii, Glegory, for Kauai
portB, 5 p. m.
ii H K K 5(1 K3C K M J tf 3C 3 SO a :
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED -
Per stmt. Cnludlnc, Dennett, from
Maul and Hawaii ports, Juno 18. Mrs.
W. W. Tovlor, v, Williamson, II. P.
Daldwln, O. Oss, J. Robertson. G. II.
Mnycr, Kim Moon Sung, 11. Holt, Mrs.
Kim, Mr. Akl. Mrs. 11. p. Daldwln,
Geo. C. Sen, A. V. Peters, K. Bangor,
Mrs. W. II. Scott, Mrs. R. S. Wilcox,
Kwong Sing, V, S. Chong nnd C9 deck.
Auto makes Dryan delay his speech
f)o hours, fnrmer's wagon, being tnk
en for trip.
certainly present a difficult problem
to solve. There Is no stumbling
block, but each Is Rlvcif the opportu
nity to make htsmclf or herself use
ful in the world. Education Is but
letting in light. It gctB nut tho dirt
and evil. The light from on high
mnkea nil tho difference In tho
world. You nro now fltttlng jour
sclc8 to become teachers and lead
ers of others. Make, use of jour op
portunity. The method of education,
especially modern education, makes
youngsters better men nnd women.
In training for teachers you arc en
deavoring to uplift the children to
higher civilization. I sometime-
think thero Is danger nhead If they
nro notinrcfully and properly guaid
cd against all evils. I do nut al
ways agreo with tho present methods
of teaching, but It is best to follow
and obey your tenchcrB, who glvo
ou education. The tc.ichcrs of to
day must be utile to teach others
more Intelligently than over before.
With earnest livelihood tho hands
which nro trained to work will be an
honor to thoso who make uso of
them. Labor such as manual work
must lie upheld. Do it honestly nnd
honorably. Wo must learn our les
sons woll In school first nnd then wo
will bo nblo to conduct ourselves well
out In tho woild. I nm pleased that
Mr. Wood and tho Btudcnts who nro
about to graduate are splendid speci
mens of good citizenship. Wo all
owo our obcdlcnco to tho Creator ot
mankind, which Is tho eourco of u
higher civilization., I wish jou nil
God-speed nnd good luck In your
Seated on tho platform with Prin
cipal Wood wero Secretary Garfield,
Governor Frcar, Attorney General
Hcmenwuy, nnd Superintendent of
Public Instruction llabbltt.
TJie program commenced with a
song under tho leadcr&hlp of Mrs.
Tho decorations of the assembly
room woro simple, tho plnno was
prettily decorated with lels, which
wero subsequently presented to tho
graduating class, and the uttendanco
to sco the graduates lecelve their
certificates was large. Among tho
guests wero Secretnry Garfield, Gov
ernor Frcar, ex-Govornor Carter, Su
perintendent Il.ibbttt, Commissioner
Williamson, Mrs. llabbltt. Commis
sioner and Mrs. Watcrhouse, lllslioi
Hostiirlck, Miss Rcstarlck, Pi of. W.
D. Alexander, Mis. W. 11. Oleson,
School Inspector Daldwln, Dr. Ihuer
son. Attorney Gcncial Hcmenway,
Judge Kingsbury, Commissioner Car
den, Mm. Judgo Dole, Miss Knnpp,
Following was tho program nnd
tho iamcM of the graduates:
Chorus Joy Ih Over tho Wafers
Hon JnmcH It. Oai field.
Chorus Drldal Chorus,. F. II. Cowcu
Atloriiuy-Geneial C. II. Ilenienway.
I'l (.'herniation of Diplomat!
Principal Kilgur Wood.
Chorus Heaven And Knrth, Display
Kiluii Kiuihtwai Aknu. Jcssln KHz.
nbctli Alameda. Mnnucl G. Anio. Isilii i
Oi.no Craig. D.inlel D. Kiihns, Lucy
hlnclicda Richardson. LclmnnU
Smith, Kloronco Winter, Gin-slo
Schlonimcr, Daisy Kawaolanl Akana,
Helen Uiulso Day. Kloronco Kim
Fung Ho, Ah Choy Aim. Rebecca Ka
II no Inpn, C'hai lotto Mnrlo Cowan, Ma
lta Kealohuo Kalnnl Dills, Gladys Alio
mi Hiilnii, Maudo Diigmnr Homer,
.lames Christian Kamnkalwl, Jcuiilo
Kamukalhniinokulant Koamnlii, Illicit
el Tvboluuii Klakonn, William llllilo
bert Helnecko, Delia Luiilmil Mcldoll.
Mary Knhulolaii Miller. I'lillomeuii I,
Perry, Ktholredu Kalalilkl l'lllwalc,
Carlta Lena Stuigcs, Samuel Kiiinii
Through tho kindness of ox Gov.
crnor Carter Hut Dul lull u ropie
sontnthii was cniiblt-il In go nlnn,i In
)ls iiutoniobllo wllh tho parly. ,
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, Jtowever: so
we KNOW. i
Charles U Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal.
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