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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1908.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Pacific Lodge Flrat Degree.
All visiting member of the
order are cordlalhr Invited to
attend mtttlngiof local lodge
EAHMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening fit
7: SO In I. O. O. F. Hall Fort Street.)
K. H. HENDRY, Secretary. '
DEN. F. V1CKER8, N. a.
All visiting brother rery cordtalll
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, X. OF P.
lleeU every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:20 b. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Berttanla Sts.
Vlittlng Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
H WALDRON, K. of R. & 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meat every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:20 In K. of F. Hall,
oorner Fort and Beretanla, Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DBERINO, CO.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, 13. P. a
.. will meet In their hall on King
tear Fort street every Friday even
'at Hy order ot the B R.
HENRY 0. EA3TON,
WM. H. McINERNT, B. R.
7m. M'KDILBYLODOB No.8, K.o( P.
UaeU every Saturday evening at
JSO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, eor,
Vott and Beretanta. Visiting broth-
r nordlally Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEB, OC.
C. A. JACOBBON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEBBJ 140, F. 0. X.
Meek on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening ot each month at
IlSO o'olook In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Hagles are Invited to at-
W. L. FRAZEB, W., Prert.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TEIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B, X.
Meets efery first and third Than-
lay of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Uall. Visiting brother cor-
Ually Invited to attend. x
J. W. ASOH, Sachem.
A. B. MURPHY, 0. of R.
, 1020 NUUANU.
Hats, Caps and Straw,
Xbi But Whiskey on' the Market
raOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
JrHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 765.
The Beit In Town.
TK, 027. KING ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND 01-
POWERS OF WINES AND
Til. 90S 802 NUUANU.
4900 Oreen Roofing Slate 10"il".
800 On and Two Prong Iron Fene
1 85-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
1 Oaitlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH db CO., LTD.,
145 ting Street, Phone 2H.
The Acme of per
fect i o n in the
made for all classes
of buildings. Write
for our Class "A"
Malthoid used on
Yon Hamm-Young Co..
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUB CO.,
FOB. FORT AND .KING STS.
' THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BREW OF
THE EASTERN STATES IS
IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Japanese Carlos, Silk 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 BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
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.
Now skirt. Whitney Marsh.
Honk I Honk! Call till. J. A. Mc
LcoJ, for the pleasantest auto ride.
Madamo Lambert moved around tlio
corner on Beretanla street In Harri
Take your carriage or automobtlo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
up-to-date repair. ,
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Snccialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Out of respect for tlio memory of
the lata Prlnco David Knwananakoa
tlio County ameers were closed today.
Judgo Wn. Werner of Hnnnlcl,
Kauai, Is In town, having arrived hero
Inst Wednesday. He will return to
Kauai next neck.
If you would have your honpo mid
our clothes clean, nlwuy. ami with
tho least possible amount of lnbiir. uo
I'nu ka-IIana soap.
Tho Potay Bluchcr lul at tlio Mc
Incrny Shoo Store Is tlieMi2.it In qual
ity and stylo for the price J3.J0. Ask
to boo Nos. 3S5 and 433.
Don't miss your opportunity of get
ting really flno goods at lowest special
prices. Now Is the tlmo to shop, and
SncliB' big storo Is tho place.
When you want light refreshments,
phono to the Alexander Young Cnfo.
Flno Ico cream and fancy cakes sup
plied on short notlco for parties.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor, tho florist, will
havo her storo open tomorrow morn
ing for tlioso who wish to procitro
fresh flowers for the guneral. Tel.
Our $3.50 Bluchor Dal of Patent Colt
and with genuine Ooodyenr welt nnd
mat top has proved Itself worthy of
your consideration. Patent Cult. Man
ufacturers' Shoo Co., Ltd.
Hao your carriage or onto painted
nnd repaired before it ic.il ty looks
ehabby, and havo it dono by the
Sclitiman Carriage Co., Ltd. Their
specialists are exports In their line.
Tho L. Ay an Shoe Company opens
today at 1005 Nuuanu street, two door's
mauka Walklkl of King street. Flno
footwear and sporting goods. Our
friouds aro Invited to Inspect our
'Pioneer milk Is unsurpassed for
table- and kitchen uso. It Is full ot nu
trition, and rich In butter fnt and di
gestive qualities. Ask your grocer.
Thco. II. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., distrib
utors. Tho now "Regal Brown" Oxfordj
top tho pinnacle of tho Mason's at
tractive styles In brown. All shades
In patent, gun metal, and tan. Fifty
new modeU In correct leathers. S3.S0
and 14. Regal Shoo Storo.
Tho Rev. Dr. H. Huntington ot Now
York, who preached in St. Andrew's
Cathedral In March last, has nturncd
fiom Japan and will preach lit tho Ca
thedral at tho 11 n. on. serf Ico tomor
row. Tho Bishop will preach In tho
W. W. Williamson has returned
from a visit to the Nahlku rubber
plantations. Ho reports that every
thing thero Is lu one shape, and thut
Q. Q. Bradford, tho Government ex
pert. Is now tapping the troes with
Tho sale that bad been going on at
the L. B, Kerr Co.' store for the past
week has been exceptionally well at
tendod and many peoplo havo grasped
this opportunity to buy cheaply. The
sale will last but a short time longer,
so thoso who wish to tiike advantage
of tho cut prices should do so Immed
iately. Mrs. Geo. C. Ross died last evening
at Honolulu plantation. Mrs. Ross has
been an Invalid for soeral months
and her death has been expected for
soveral days. Mrs. Ross was the wlfo
of Geo. C. Ross, tho bookkeeper at tho
plantation, and is well known In this
city whcro.for several years before
her marriage she taught school at the
Priory, Sho leaves a family of four
btnall children. Funeral from Wil
liams' parlors at 4 p. m.
Now that tho enlargement of the
Royal Theatre has taken place and
the Beating capacity I twice its for
mer size, there will be plenty of
room for all to comfortably see the
best moving pictures In town and at
the same time laugh at the Punch
and Judy show which takes place aft
er the. five films, which arrived on the
MAINE IS COALED;
' AUBAMA COALING
Coaling of' the battleship Maine
was finished this morning about 11
o'clock, 1100 tons gdlng Into her
bunkers beforo he job was done.
Coaling ot tho Alabama Is now In
progress, and the Alakea wharf i
about the dirtiest spot In town.
The men have been confined pret
ty closely on board for the last two
days with the coaling operations, but
will be seen about town as usual this
afternoon and tomorrow.
Crockor National bank takes pos
session of It new offices, which are
unique and artistic in arrangement
A Mat Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KING ST. PHONE 525,
We fit .Eyeelasses and Spectacles.
and fit them Properly.
We give better vision to young
eyes, and preserve eyesight to the
A. N. SANFORD,
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday. June 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 10:
Bk. Annto Johnson, from Him,
Bk. Kalulanl, from Knnnnpall, May
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 20.
S. S. Mongolia, henco June 13.
Bktno, Aurora, from Hllo.
SYDNEY Arrived Juno 19:
S. S. Aorangl, henco May 30.
VANCOUVER Sailed Juno 19:
S. S. Manuka, for Honolulu.
LEITH Sailed Juno 19:
Fr. Bk. Rochambeau, for Honolulu.
WATERFRONT NOTES X
ALTHOUGH THE FACT Is not gen
erally known, tho battleships Matno
and Alabama will, on their arrival on
tho Atlantic Coast, Immediately go
out ot commission for a time. They
will bo placed In dry-dock and com
plete overhauling will bo given to
each vessel. This was so stated by
an officer on tho Alabama tlio other
THE BIO Japaneso liner Tenyu
Mam Is due In this iirt on next Wed
nesday afternoon. Sho sailed from
Yokohama on the lGth Inst.
A ROOF Is being' put ocr Sorcn
Lewis & Co.,
Family Wines and Liquors
169 King St. Tel. 240
NEW ALAKEA WHARF
That tlio now Alakea street wharf
shed will bo a thing of benuty, which,
contrary to tho usual style of local
waterfront architecture, will add In
stead ot detracting, to tho Bcenlc ef
fect ot the front, was demonstrated
this morning by Superintendent Mnr
Bton Campbell ot tlio Department ot
Public Works beforo n meeting Of tho
trustees ot the Chamber (it Commerce.
Tlio Chamber bhowed great Inlcre't
In tho new building; tho plain for It
were approyed of by a unanimous
vote, and the Harbor and Transpor
tation Committee vua delegated to
keep In touch wit'i tlio lonLtructlon
"Feeling Hint the harbor works aro
of great Intercut to the commorclnl
Interests," said Campbell utter ho
WON THE SUBURBAN
NEW YORK, N. Y June 19. Tho Suburban Handicap was won by
llnllot, St. James second, and Falrplnythlrd. Tho tlmo was two min
utes and three seconds.
Tho Suburban Handicap Is ono of the notable races ot the year. It Is
nmllc and n quarter, and Is run at Shcepshead Hay track. Tlio tlmo In
this year's race was tho best that has been mado In tho lost five years at
least. In 1904 It was won by Hcrmls In 2:0C, which was the best pre
vious tlmo In five cars. In that year the race was worth (10,800. to the
m i i
LEADER FOR CAMPAIGN
CHICAGO, III., Juno 19. Taftnnd Sherman, tho candidates for
President nnd Vice President nominated by tho National Republican Con
vention will havo n conforence with tho National Committeemen Saturday.
Hitchcock, Vorys, and Herrlck havo been suggested for chairman ot
tho Natlonnl Campaign Committee.
Twenty-four members ot tho committee have petitioned Ta'ft to favor
. m i m i
ROOSEVELT TO OYSTER BAY
WASHINGTON, D. C. Juno 19. President Roosevelt leaves on Sat
urday for the summer, going to his home at Oyster Hay.
bad been Introduced by President Jns.
F. Morgan, "and as they havo taken
i.uch an Interest' In the matter of
futuro construction work of tho De
partment, I thought that It might be
of Infeicit to them to hear about the
plnns for this buHdlng, the Alakea
btrect wharf structure, which will
handle mall,' freight, nnd all tho
pnspengers who arrive here, except
those who come In tho Oceanic
Campbell then displayed a Borlci
of blue-print plans, showing various
parts ot tho building from different
points of vlow. Tl'o structuro will
bo CC1 feet long, 120 feet wide, run
ning from one edge of tho wlinrf to
the other, and GO feet In height.
There will be three stories, tho bot
tom ono being destined for freight
nnd for the offices of. tho Harbormas
ter and tho Custom House officers cm
ployed on the examination ot freight.
From tho ground stnlrwayslead lo
the second story, on which passengers
will be landed from the steNimcis by
means of 1111 open gable, through
which the gang-planks of vessels of
practically any height above tho wa
ter can be passed to the floor. Tho
imrsciigcrs can then pass along (o tho
street outside wlthout'comlng In con
tact with tho freight. Tho Becond
story will also contain offices for the
use of Bteamshlp company clerks and
tho Promotion Committees nnd com
fort stations. On the third story tho
pilots will be located, as they will
have from thero a far nioro unob
structed vlow ot tho ocean than they
havo at their present location.
Tho facade plans showed by Camp
bell wero very handsome, nnd In thH
connection bo said that ho would try
in iiiiihu me siruciuia sucu arcnucci
urnlly that It would be on ornament
to tho waterfront instead ot a blem
ish, It was haid to inalto such a
otructuro anything but n bnin-llko
shed, but In this case ha thought that
ho had succeeded. Plans had boon
made for constructing the building
ot concrclo and iron, but this would
bo far too expensive, nnd ns n x-onso-quenco
wood would lmo to bo ti!cd
with staff for tho ornumcntatlon.
Somo ot tho trustees expressed
their regret at the fact that such a
building could not bo built of a per
manent material, , but Campbell as
sured them that, although ho Bhnicd
their rcgrot, ho had mndo tho specifi
cations so carefully that oven tho
wooden ctrttituro would last for prac
tically an indefinite period.
A motion was Jlnally passed where
by the Chamber oxpresscd Its approv
al of tho plans, and tho Harbor and
Transportation Committee wns dele
gated to keep In touch with tho mat
ter ot tho construction of tho build
ing. Thoso present at the meeting wero
President Jas. I Morgan, Secretary
11. P. Wood, W. M. aiffnid, I J. I). Ton
ney, E. I, Spalding, F. J. Lnwroy, W.
M. Campbell, A. W. T. ltottomloy.
IS 181 55 UJi M M uC it M M it M M Si X
3t DEPARTED M
tf B B H a M H XI M 5? H R X
Filday, Juno 19.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Pcderson, for
Kauai, C p. m.
Stmr. Nilbau, Oncss, for Knuul.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Bennett, for Maul
and Hawaii, S p. m.
Stmr. Mauua Kea, Freeman, for
Hllo, 5 p. m.
K a 34 M.K M M'K K n K S H W
a PASSENGERS DEPARTED
K H M Bl H K M K Its Ssl M M M M M
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for Hllo and
volcano, Juno 19. C. F. Maxwell, W.
W. HarrlB. Lieut. Leahy, Capt. Har
her, W. W. Thayer, P. Miihlcndorr,
Mrs. M. Conkllng, MrB. A. J. Baguall,
Miss 1). Homier, Miss A. Phillips, Miss
Fulbrook, Miss Carroll, Miss C. Fold
nan, MIsh A. Wecdcn, Dr. I.uiiglnui
and wlfo. Master Slacker, Mlba E 11.
Smith. Miss K. Kellcy, Mrs. F. Harri
son, Miss Emma Harrison, Miss Ethel
Harrison, Miss Scllna Ilnnlson, Wil
fred Hnrriscon, Elslo Harrison, Irene
Harrison. W. Lennox, Dr. W. S. Clnik,
M. C. Webster, J. Herrlck, r. K.
Archer, O. II. Mcdcnlf. E. II. Blanch
nrd, E. C. Bailey, W. R. Klnslea, II.
L. Klnslea, Miss Van Comer, 'Mlsd
Obs, Miss E. llnnkes, Capt. Otwcll, II.
F. Waggoner, N. W. Sllvn and wlfo,
Mrs. B. A. Slndo, R. A. Jordan, ..W. P.
Thomas, Midshipman Low oil, Lieut.
Cooke, Midshipman Todd, F. L. Hnlcb,
It. W. Hrccjtons and daughter, Miss
A. M. Diet. Miss L. M. Whltbcck,
Miss E. Bow en, It. Sboerfeld and wife,
F. B. McStockcr, Rov. W. 11. Bliss and
wlfo, James A. Kennedy. J. A. Mc
Candless, Mrs. J. II. lteldy, Judgo
Ilnrtwell, F. C. Mai tin. W. L. Eaton,
C. D. "Wright, Mrs. W. C. PeucoVk,
Mis. Buchly, S. It. Jordan, F. Hal
Btead,"Mls? Carlson, Mrs. A. II. Smith, ,
A. II. Hodson, G. W. Carr. R. J. Iluch- x
(ly, Miss Thomas, Mrs. Thomas. L. If.
aiimicK, jiuss ao i.ariiKiie, j;. v.
Tho procession will form nt 2
o'clock in front of tho Capitol grounds
tomoriow afternoon, nnd tho lino pio
ccdlng tho catafalque will form on tho
limul.a sl'do of King street. All tlioso
who follow the catafalquo will form
at tho Walktlii ontranco to tlio Cain .
Itol giounds, Tho lino ot march will
bo from the. Capitol grounds along
King to Nuuanu nvonuo, nnd from
I hero to tho ccmefory.
Thero will bo two groat attractions
at tho prompt opening ot tho Hawaii,
an Midway ut 8 o'clock this evonlng,
tho crowd? being accommodated from
both ends ot tho brilliantly lighted
arcade running between Richards and
Alakea streets, a little mauka of tho
old flshmarket. In the decorated hall,
whero a thousoud cocoanut "fronds,
flags and bunting and red, whlto and
bluo electrics will make It gay, thoro
will bo vaudeville and old tlmo Ha
wntlan hula dances; also tho much
talkod of reproduction ot the Volcano
Kllauea In activity.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveJt 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,
N -,. s"
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