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fiVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. !t miDAY, .TUNC 19, 130S
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WEEKLY GAl EKDAR
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Pacific Lodge Flret Degree,
All visiting members of the
order are cordia.Hr Invited to
attend tnrttlngs of local lodges
HARMONY LODQE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meet every Monday evening St
7:80 In I. 0. 0. V. Hall, Fort Street. I
B. R. HENDRT, Secretary.
DEM. F. VICKER8, N. U. '
All tlittlni brothera Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, 170. 2, K. OF P.
UeeU every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7: SO p. m. at K. P.
Nail, corner Fort and Beretanla Bts.
Visiting Brothera cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLH, C. C.
WALDR03J, K. of R. ft B.
OAHTJ LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meet every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:10 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Port and Beretanla. Vlaltlng
brothera cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEHIUNO, CO.,
JA3. W. WHITB, K.RB.
40N0LULU LODGE 616, B. F. 0. B.
Monolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
.. will meet In their hall on Klig
iear Fort afreet every Friday evsn
g. Hr order of the 1 R.
HBNRY 0. EASTON,
WM. H. McINEBNY, E. R.
to. M'KIKLEY LODGB No.8, K.of F.
Meets every Saturday evening at
cJO o'olock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
rt and Beretanla. Vlaltlng broth
re cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZBB, CO.,
B. A. JA0OB8ON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. E.
UeeU on the Ind and 4th WBU
sHSDAY evenings of each month at
J: 80 o'olock In K. of P. Hall, coraer
feretanla and Fort street.
Vlaltlng Eagles are Invited U at
nd W. L. FRAZEB. W Preat,
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. K.
Meets tifory first and third Thurs
lan of each month at Knight of
Pythian HallJ Vlaltlng' brother! cor
dially In-lud to attend.
J. W. ASOH, Sachem.
A. B. MURPHY, O. of R.
Hats Caps and Straw
The Fitat Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIQHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 RING ST.
PHONE 140. F. 0. BOX 70S.
The Best In Town.
TBI. 027. KING ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE SEALERS AND IM-
FOBTERS OF WINES AND
TBI. 306. 802 NUUANU.
iCOO Orecn Roofing Slate 10"xl
100 One' and Two Prong Iron Konce
1 26-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
'er. 1 Caatlron Fitting with Flanges,
tor ,12" Wrought Pipe.
i EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
140 Kin Street. Fbone 2H.
The Acme of per-
I fection in the
I Ready -to-lay w
1 Roofing. Four
I different weights I
I made for all classes I
I of buildings. Write I
I for our Class "A" I
I Booklet showing 1
I Malthoid used on 1
I fine buildings. 1
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND ZING STS.
THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BREW OF
THE EASTERN STATES IS
IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fane;
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
HISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 627. King & Bethel Sta.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
en and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merohant.
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 fan. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at the Globe.
Captain J. F. Haglund and family
enmo back today from the other is
lands. Madame Lambert moved around the
corner on Beretanla street In Harri
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co, for
up to-date repairs.
Two letters havo been lost, between
Fort and Vineyard and tho Post office.
Sco advt. In today's Issue.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, D. P. O. E .
will moot In Elks' Hall, King and Fort
streets, this owning nt 7:30.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
Yoj will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co , agents.
W. W. Harris of the Mahogany
Company arrhed this morning in the
Mnuna Kca. Ho will return tonight
on the samo steamer, ,
0. R. & L.'Co. stock this morning
sold on the exchango for f 102 a Mi no,
this being the highest point which
this stock has over reached.
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.
Young men, come and sco our Hart,
Schnffner Marx summer suits, made
In their bcBt Btjle, and priced by us
to show how much value con bo
squcctcd into that limit, Sllva'a Tog
gery. Wc put up In tin tubes Eastman
films and I'remo film packs, to protect
them fiom tho troplaal weather. Ko
daks, cameras, Seed, Hammer, and
Cramer plates. Honolulu Photo-Sup
ply Co , Fort street near Hotel.
T. A. Durnlngham, traveling sales
man for E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd , will
lenvo for his regular Hawaii trip by
the Mnuna Loa today. E. II. Paris,
treasurer of the firm, will accompany
Durnlngham on his journey.
Tho trustees of tho Chamber of
Commerce will havo a moetlng tomor
row morning at 9 o'clock at which
Superintendent of Public Works Man
ton Campbell will go ovor the plans
for the now Alakea wharf shuN with
(Continued from Pase 1)
tlco to tho other Territories will be
After passing n fow compliments
on his reception and the courtesy
shown him here, he said that ho
realised there are serious defects in
tho land laws of the Territory, but
that he would not want to foist oft
those of the United States here with
out amendment. He realizes, he
sajs, that changes should bo made,
but not lightly.
"I hope, by the assistance of your
Governor and your Delegate to Con
gress, who has made his position In
Washington a great and honorable
one, to obtain from Congress such
laws as we Bhall all agree aro tho
wise ones." Applause greeted the
mention of the Delegate,
Three cheers for Garfield were
proposed by Captain Penhallow, and
given with a vim.
Thoso at tho secretary's table wero:
Geo. W. Smith, Jub. R. Garfield, Hon.
II. I'. Baldwin, Capt. Vceder, Capt.
Harbcr, Wallaco R. Farrlngton, Judgo
Sidney. Ballon, Capt. Corwln P. Rccs,
lion, II. E. Cooper and Hon. W. It.
Among thoso present wore: M. Phil
lips, Collector Stackablo, M, Green,
Robert Lowers, R. A. Jordan, J. L.
McLean, John Watorhouso, John
Guild, G. R. Carter, J. A. McCandlesj,
V. J. Lowroy, Albert Watcrhousc,
Marston Campbell, W. A. Love, Cush
man Carter, Albert F. Afong, J. F.
Morgan, Dr. Corer. U. 8. Marshal
Hendry, British Consul Forster. Mr.
Lj decker, Thomas Wall, F. L. Wald-
ion, capt. Corwln P. Rcos, Harry von
Holt, 0. Hedcmann, P, C. Jones. L. A.
Thurston, J. A. Gait, Henry K. Cooper,
ueo. w. emlth. Gcorgo P. Caatlo, 11.
L. Marx, Robblns Anderson. R. W.
Porklnu, W. T. Lucas, C. R. Frailer,
r. vv. Maciarlano, Major Dunning,
Lylo Dickey. Judgo Lindsay, W. H.
Mclnerny, A. j. Campboll, II. Klamp,
Col. J. W. Jones, W. L. Worren, L. T.
Peck, J. P. Cooke, L. L. McCandlcss,
En Ingham and others,
(Continued from Page 1)
or profession, and denying to them
the same protection of the law,
Thompson & demons wero attor
neys for Pottle.
The syllabus of tho case Is as fol
lows: "Constitutional law; statute regu
lating practice of veterinary medi
cine A statute regulating the prnc
tlco of veterinary medlclno and re
quiring vctcrlnarles to bo llconsod,
which Is applicable only to a town
and suburbs with a population of
over 5000 Inhabitants, Is unconsti
tutional and void."
A Meet Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 8 KINO ST. PHONE 025.
IN IIN PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, June 19,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed June 18:
S. S. Arltonan, for Seattle.
SAN FRANC18CO Arrived Juno 19.
Ilk. E. F. Whltuey, from Kahulul,
PORT GAMBLE Arrived May 18:
Schr. Okanogan, henco May 30.
HILO Sailed Juno 17:
Schr. W. II. Mareton, for Snn Fran
cisco. WATERFRONT NOTES
"I wonder why they kept the press
out of the hearings before Secretary
Garfield this morning," said L. L. Mc
Cnndless this morning, as ho and Mr.
Ingham came down town after their
talk with the Secretary.
"We told tho Secretary that tho
sugar Industry dominated ever j thing
here, oven the Executive of the Ter
ritory. Wo told him that wc wnntcd
tho public lands cut up for tho citi
zens of tho Territory of Hawaii and
not parceled out so as to make a sub
ject people more subject to the sugar
"Mr. Garflolil remarked that ho
was surprised to find that the repre
sentatives of the sugar Industry were
In faor of having the land cut up In
small lots. Wo told him wo wnntcd
tho land cut up so ns to promoto In
"Mr. Gnrfleld said that It was
found on tho mainland that tho unit
4 65c Bottle
Lewis & Co.,
Family Wines and Liquors,
169 King St. Tel. 240
We fit Eyeglasses and Spectacles,
and fit them Properly.
We give better vision to young
eyes, and preserve eyesight 'to the
A. N, SANFORD,
of settlement was growing smaller
and n man can get nlong on it smaller
lot of land tlun foi inuily. Hut ho
milled that It was found nerc'ssir) to
ileal with Individual conditions in
they nre found. 1
"Mr. Gnrfleld asked tin to St in our
contentions In n concUo statement
nnd hand them to him, so he will
know exactly what r'ir recommenda
tions are. This will bo done.
"Wo found Mr. Garfield n very
' GARFIELD WORK
Secretary Garfield, Governor Frear
nnd Sccietary of tho Territory Mott
Smith aro getting their heads togeth
er on work for Hawaii for tho first
tlmo this afternoon. This Is l cully
tho first tlmo that Garfield and the
Governor hnvo had an opportunity to
discuss maltors of Importance to Ha
waii togothcr, since tho Secretary ar
rived hero. They havo been kept on
tho Jump visiting points of Interest,
nnd now they nre getting together for
tho purposo of summing up tho situa
tion and placing all things so far
learned by Garfield In tho right light.
This afternoon nftcr 3 o'clock tho
Secretary will be taken through, tho
Honolulu Iron Works.
THE STEAMER Nilhau arrived in
port nt SMS last eveniLg, from Knu
and Lnhalnn. Sho had 7100 liagu Ho
nun in) sugar.
Tho Pearl City Centaur has been
lecured by A. V. Gear for tho man
agement of tho Hawaiian Midway.
This cross between a man and u
horse, now stuffed, having departed
this life, will be ono of tho many ro
mnrkablo features of tho wonderful
Plko or nrcado running between Rich
in ds nnd Alakea streots,ncar tho old
flslimarket, that Is now being prepared
In entertain tho sailors of the big
fleet coming noxt month. Tho best
dancers of old Hawaiian dances havo
been engaged nnd somo of Honolulu's
celebrated Instrumentalists will add
lo Ihe spell to bo cast over nil who on
ti r nt onu gato of the Midway and go
out nt tho other. Work Is progressing'
n tho preparation of tho rcprcscntn
Hon of tho Ktlauca volcano in action,
nnd wrcstlcrB and gymnasts aro being
booked for tho da)B during which the
licet will bo hero,
fOtmthrued from Inm tf
land conditions will bo made, so Unit
the Secretary will carry back with
him an Impression of the difficulties
regarding tho lands of tho Territory
when he returns to Washington. Land
Commissioner Pratt will be a mem
ber of tho party.
When asked If he would, make an
other proposal to tho Mukee Sugar
Company for a land exchange of Kn
pan, he stated that he would not, al
though tho land might bo leased, and
other exchnnges arranged, In tho fu
ture. Louts James, charged with unit,...;'
In tho first degree, was found not gull
t this afternoon by tho Jury. Ho was
accused of having stolen a keg of beer
from tho Rainier Beer warehouse, and
tho caso looked rather bad ngalnsl
him for somo time. Charles Chilling
worth was his attorney, assisted tij
E. A. C. Long.
Dr. W. Brlnckcrhoff, accompanied
by Dr. Von Wedcklnd nnd Dr. I). II
Castro returned this morning from
the lepor settlement.
W. M. Olffnrd of W. O. Irwin & Co.,
was an arrival In tho Mauna Koa.
Friday, Juno 19.
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dow dell, from
Ban Frnncisco, 7: IB a. m.
Stmr. Mauna Ren, Freeman, from
Maul and Hawaii potts, 7 n. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, lcrson, from
Kauai, a. m.
e e '
K . DEPARTED
Thursday, Junt IS.
Stmr, Klnau, Gregory, for Kinial
ports, 5 p. in.
Friday, Juno 19.
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, -Slmersou, for
Maul, Konn and Knu, nt noon.
K SAILING; .TODAY
Stmr. Clnudlno, Dennett, for Maul
and Hawaii, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, Krccinnn, for
llllo, nt S p. in.
W PASSENOERS ARRIVED
Pod O. S. 8. Alameda, Dowdcll,
from San Tranclsco, Juno 19. E.
Ballard, Mrs. E. Ballard, lllchard
lluhler, Mrs. lllchard Buhlcr, Mrs.
Brandon, Miss II. Brandon, P. It.
Dnrllctt, Mr. Bldvvoll, Miss Chilton,
J. C. Cohen, Mrs. J. C. Cohen, It. C.
Coburn, Mrs. 11. C. Coburn, Miss Bo
ntrlco Carrn, O. P.. Clcmmons, Mlsn
D. Forest, Jno. T. Ollmnrtln, Miss
Gilbert, Mrs. J. 11. George, Ml-w
Gcorgo, Mrs. iNV B. Ho)t, if. Hcde
mnnn, Mr" HofgAnrd,' Miss Hofgaard,
Mr. Haynes, Mrs. Hayncs nnd son, it.
J. Hooley, Henry Judd, II. 8. John
son, Miss It. Joccl)n,(Mlsi M. Kcatic,
Mr. Knnpp, G. It. Lmnley, L. Llnd
liard, Herbert Langhornc, J. D.
Lnnghornc, Thomas Lowell, Mrs. Wil
liam Mutch, Miss Viola Mutch, T. C.
Moore, Mrs. T. C. Moore, Frank Mont
gomcry, A. Morgcnstcrn, Mrs. M. II.
Murdoch, Carl A. Oss, Dr. ,13. 13. Os
trom, Miss Porter, Marshall Page, J.
W. Pratt, George Homncy, Mrs. Oco
Komncy, Miss Robertson, Chns. W.
Shearman, C. Stevens, Mrs. B. S.
Slioup, Mrs. Paul Shoup, Frank Slinl
ner, Harry Tnlor, Miss V. Thorn
Ion, Jns. Wllson.MIss Wilson, G. S.
Whitley. Mrs 0. S. Whitley, Mr.
Ciook, Mrs. W. C. Crook, J. W. Mc
Clnskcy. (. Per stmr. Mnunn Koa, Freeman,
from Hllo nnd Maul, Juno 19. Cnpt.
J. F. Haglund, Mrs. J. F. Hagluml.
Master J, Hnglund, Master F. HaK
lund, Miss 13. Haglund, T, Downs.
Deaconess Wile, 11. Lyman, V. A. Cn
valho, J. B. Pacheco, W. W. Harris.
Miss A. Galbrnlth, Mrs. Cracllns ami
Infant. II. E. Kelsey, W. M. aiffard,
Miss E. Ward. Miss A. Ward, Mm.
W, S. Ward, H. Gorman, Jno. Walt,
Mrs 3. Watt, Muster It. J. Wutt, Mm.
0. n. Ewart, Mrs. J. T. Molr, A. Limine)-,
Mrs. A. Lindsay, C. J. Blurt, A.
C. Alexander, Itev. Inianiurn, Itev, C.
Mlvnkawa, D. Ilcluhardt, M. Bronco,
Miss M. Wook. Miss M, Payne, Mrs.
J. Scarlo, Mrs. T. Murray, W. Mnoi
tens, Miss Knslicldc, Mrs. 13. Kelsun.
Miss C. Do Limn. Miss C. Mosser, A.
Tnvares. A. K. jlng, Father James,
W. L. Whitney, Dr. von Wedcklnd,
Dr. II. H. Castro, Dr. W. Brlncker.
hoff, A. A. llr)an, 13. II. Brown, S.
Stclnhauser, It. tluutor. K. H. Kim.
Per stmr. Ko Au Hon, Ptdcrson,
from Knunl, Juno 19. Mrs. W. K,
Samuel, Mrs. .1. K. Lota, W. Werner,
13. Kupuahol, Mrs. Knnonanul, Mrs. (1.
11. Fnlirhlld nnd sorvant, Mrs. Pjuolc,
and 3 deck.
Per stmr. Nilhau, Juno 18. Miss K.
Batchler, Max Campbell.
K PASSENGERS DEPARTED
OC X X K M JOS M W M X M 3C M
Per stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for
Maul nnd Hawaii norts. .limn 1!) nnmi
It Mukahalupu and boy, A. Gaspar,
n. i.uznro. Airs. HauiUKnii and clilld,
Emma Mnloknuni T. A. Biirnliigham,
13. H. Paris, Edwin Hoso, Stanley
Wright, Miss Edith K. Knmnuhn, Mm.
Sa)lcr, Mrs. John IJurk, Mrs. John
Leslie. 13. W. Cnnant. Gen N Dntni
.li., Edrlc'Vandorlicrg, Wllltli Viuidei-
iiurg. i a. sciintur, Ularenco WIIN.
David Todd, C. J. Falk. Alfred Well).
F. J. Llndcmann, Mis. Poterman, Miss
V.. lVlcunan, Miss Itoso Silver, Mi.i.
M. l'ernandez, M, 1'. Prossei, A, II.
Lindsay, O. Cox, Miss Cox, Master
Ci, Mm L. MLKc.tgue, 8. II " Wood t
Per stmr. Klnau. for Knunl, Juno 18.
Itobert Mnhlknn, 8. Bpltzor, Mm.
Stoddart and child, Mary !!rnnt, MIsh
L. Kulpu, MIrs Homer, Miss L. II.
l'nty, J. K. Oandall, Mrs. W. II. Scott,
Mrs. It. L. Wilcox. Miss Olgn Black
stndt, Mrs. C. E. King, Mrs. 13. C. Wag
nor, Mis. Mary Brown, Miss L. The
vcnaln, Miss Freda Chapman, II.
Focko, A. Thovenlnn, Jos Uomiin.
Jessu P. Mnkulnal Blatcs that thoiu
Is no truth In, tho statement ol tho
morning paper Hint ho will not march
In tho funeral piocesslon of tho lulu
Prlnco David. Mr. Muknlunl mnkiM
this statement on behalf of himself
mil his cousin,, I). Hoaplll nnd Ms
brothel and bister.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wnii (,n.i t.
ler It. J. Wutt cno owr fr-m Hi.
wan tins morning.
to younelf and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. W'ii ia .-t r.A
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,
Boot and Machine Works,
t . J . v King near Alapai,
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