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F.VF.N1N0 IIULLETlN, HONOLULU, T II , MONDAY, JUNI3 22, 100S.
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JEEKU CAl EHOAR
Honolulu Chipter Mark Mat
Oceanic Third Oegree.
Perlectlon Regular, 7.30,
Hawaiian Third Deflree.
All visiting members of cb
ordr are cordially Invited to
attond meetings of local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets every Mondar vwlni at
7:80 In I. O O. K. Hall, Fort Btreet
H. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
UEN. F. V1CKKRB, N. (1.
All vltltlig brother very oordUlli ,
MYSTIC LODGE, KO. 2, K. OF P.
UetU every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:10 n. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fart and fieretanla SU.
Vliltlng Urotheri cordially welcome.
V. L. LYLE, C. 0.
V. WALDRON, K. of R. & 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
da evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Btretania. Visiting
brothers oordtally Invltod to attend.
A. O. DEKHINO, C.C.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Innoliuu Uidge No. 610, B. P. O.
:.. win meet In their ball on Klag
eear Fori trt vrjr Friday even-
1 order of thf K R.
HENRY 0. EASTON,
A'tl H. MoINERNY, E. R.
7m. M'KINLET LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meet every Saturday evening at
1.30 o'olook In K. of P. Hall, tor.
fort and Ueretania. Visiting broth-
- cordially Invited to attend
TV' I. mtAZEE. CjC..
li J.VCQUBON. K.K3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tu 2nd and 4th WHD
KBDAY evenings of each month at
J: 30 o'clook In K. of P. Hall, corner
4rctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited ta at
tins' W. L. FRAZHB, W Preat.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, L0.E.M.
Meets nnry first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brother cor
dially luvlUd to attend.
J. W. ABOil, Sachem.
A. B. MURPHY, 0. of R.
Hats, Caps and Straw
The Beat Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 759.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 30i 002 NUUANU.
"100 Oreen UooHng Hints 10"xl6
600 One ana Two Prong Iron Fence
1 26-Kallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Titling with Fiances,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD
145 King Street. Phone 211
Keeps you dra
The: Acme of per
fection in the
It e ady-to-lay
made for all classes
of buildings. Write
for our Class "A"
Malthoid used on
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
It will build you up
j r.HMSBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR FORT AND KING STS.
THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BREW OP
THE EASTERN STATES IS
IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Ftnoj"
aOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 027." King & Bethel Ste.
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 bt , 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
pense. 'Phone for a booklet.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Tho (loorgo Wailo enso has been set
for Juno 24.
Tho Walaholo school closed Its term
with appropriate. exercises.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mo
Leod, for the pleasantest auto ride.
Madame Lambert mocd around the
corner ou Beretanla street In Harri
Read tho special summer offer bv
tho Volcano Housu In another column
of this Issue.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
up to-dato repairs.
Mrs. J. D. Hanalko of Llliue, Knual,
camo over jestcrday to witness tho
funeral of tho lata I'rlnco David.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co , Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.1
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Legate and
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wilcox with Miss
Ethel Wilcox wcro arrivals from
Five members of tho Honolulu Hlch
school who graduated In tho commer
cial courso hao already secured Kood
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arutlc"
You will bo surprised at Its cuollne
and preservative proportles. Caltforntii
Feed Co , agents.
Judge Wm. Wornor of Hanalcl, who
camo from Kauai, will sail for Illlo to
morrow noon, to bo present at the
Eangellcal com cut Ion. to bo held at
Deputy Sheriff 8. W. Mcheula of
Knwnlhatt district. Knual. Is In town
nrrlvlng jestcrday in tho Hall, llu
will return to bis post tomorrow uftci
noun. Hon. 11. M. Knnlho. of Koliala. will
leave for his home In tho Mnuna Ken
tomorrow. Ho camo down hero on
business, and attended tho funeral of
Iho late Prlnco Da!d jestcrda.
Among the passengers who arrived
from Maul nnd Molokai In tho Mlkn-
hala jestcrday wero W. II. Knhaulc
llo, M. F. Prosscr and Chas. S. Hollo
way. Clcncral Edward II. Ripley, with his
wife and two daughters, aro through
passengers on tho Nippon Maru, bound
for Japan, where thoy will Bpend somo
time touring tho country.
At a meeting of the Koreans, held
ycslcrda) afternoon It was decided
that the Korean headquarters on
Punchbowl street near Ileretunla nvc
uue, bo open to tho men of tho fleet
during their stay here.
Henry Cobb Adams desires to thank
tho kind friends -who so generously
contributed to tho fund raised to glvo
a treat to tho Kaiicohe and Heels chil
dren attending tho Government School
at Kaneoho at tho close of their exer
cises Juno 19, 1908.
Tho African Mall of February 28
says: Wo learn that Professor T. Mc
Cants Stewart has declined tho offers
mado to him to tako up tho positions
of Assoclato Justice of tho Supremo
Couit nnd the Cabinet 'portfolio of
Secretary of Statu for Education.
. Tho closing exercises of Alllolanl
Collcgo at Palolo will tako Plate Til-
day, Juno 26, from 10 to"12 o'clock'ln
tho rorcnoon. An Interesting program
has been prepared which should show
to advantago tho high grado of schol
arship attained by tho pupils of tho
college. . . t i t .,
Tickets for tho Atlantic licet ball
can bo procured at tho following
places: Hawaiian News Co, Ltd,
Chambers Drug Co , Ltd , Wall, Nlch
ols Co , Ltd , Ilcnson, Smith & Co ,
Ltd., Uergstrom Music Co , Ltd , Hoi
lister & Co , Ltd , M. A. (Jurist & Co ,
M. Mclncrny, Ltd.
DEVAUCHELLE ON TRIAL
(Continued from Page 1)
Tin Hoon, the Chinaman who says
that he paid that officer money was
tho next witness. Ho testified that
he first saw Dovauchclle at his
slaughter house, when ho appeared
to be merely walking around. Short
ly after, one of his mon came run
ning to say Hint six Chinamen up
stairs had beo narrested by the offi
cer, who demanded $10 each ball
for their appearance In court. One
of the men suggested to Tin Hoon
that n collection bo taken up among
the men to buy a present for Devnu
chelle or give the money to him with
which ho could buy cigars or uny
thlng eluo that he wlBhcd. This prop
osition was put up to Dovauchello, ac
cording to tho testimony of Tin
Hoon, nnd was accepted. Later on,
Tin Hoon collected six dollars from
tho men under arrest, nnd camo up
town, where he met tho ofllcor nt his
(Tin Hoon's) butcher shop, nnd gave
the money to him. Thereupon, Tin
Hoon stated, Devauchcll ewent Into
tho saloon next door.
As this day was on n Sunday, W.
C. Xchl, representing the defense, at
tempted to provo that the saloon
would bo closed. Two othor China
men wcro put on the Btantl, corrob
orating the testimony of Tin' Hoon.
The case will continue today, but
will probably bo short.
A Meet Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" "IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 B XING ST. , PHONE 525.
Wft fit Rtffr1cl-.ai ami finrptflnlptt.
and fit them Properly.
We give better vision to young
eves, and nreterv pvpsieht to the
old. ' "
A. N. SANFORD,
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, June 20.
SAN TRANC1SCO Arrived Juno 10:
Ilk. Annlo Johnson, from HliO,
Dk. Knlulanl, from Knannpall, May
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 20
S. S. Mongolia, honco June 13.
Uktno, Aurora, from Hllo.
SYDNEY Arrived Inno 10:
S. S. Aorangl, hence May 20.
VANCOUVER Sailed Juno 19:
S. S. Manuka, for Honolulu.
L131TH Sailed June 19'
Fr Ilk. Rochambeau, for Honolulu
WILLTi.K. K. CHANGE?
Tho Hawaii Shlnpo Is quoted oo
nIng that Asano nas hu has com
pleted n deal with tin Pacific Mall by
which mall and other contracts held
hj tho T. K. K. can be passed up and
tho boats taken off tho run to this
poit. and scut dlrtctlj to Snn Trail
While hero. Mr. Asano s ild linthln,!
to tho agents, and the stoiy Pi pot
credited by them.
W Pfotcnlmuer. the German Coiv
stil. returned from Kauai jesteiday on
tho steamer w. O. Hall.
Lewis & Co., M
Family Wines and Liquors,
169 King St. Tel. 240
LINCOLN, Neb , June 21 llrj i In his statement regarding tho
Hcimhlluiii pint foi m derides the Injunction pl.mU
GOING BACK ON DOCTRINES
LINCOLN, Neb, June 20 V, .1
rii tho platform nnd mmilticct of t
that thu Republican p-irty wai relr .
CAN'T FIND LEADER
CINCINNATI. Ohio, June 20 Ac
tion In regard to the organization of
the Nntlonnl Committee for the cam
paign has been postponed until Jul)
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Mas
sachusetts and Sonatni f'hc' I.
Loni; of Kansas hnvo b 1 1 been men
tioned for tho chnlrn inslilp.
LONDON, Kiib.. Juno 20. Tho
LonN of tho Admiralty hnvo decided
that tho (llnillator was lespouslblo
for the collision between It nnd the
St. I'.hil last April.
RAINS IN FRANCE
PARIS, France, Juno 20. Torren
tial ruins mid wluds In tho south
eastern part of Franco havo done
OYSTER DAY, N. Y Juno 20
Picsldcnt Roosevelt arrived hero to
daj for tho summer.
TO NOTIFY TAFT
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Juno 21.
Tnft leaves to iittcud the Yale lom
tnenrement. He will bo formnll) notified of tho
nomination by tho committee appoin
ted for the purpose. In Cincinnati,
N A K
l mi Jennings Ilrjan, In commenting
ie Kcpublliun convention, declared
ting from tho Roosevelt reforms.
CHURCH BAHS ENEMIES
PARIS, rrnnce, Juno 21. Tho
Deputies and Semitnis who voted fof
ti o xcpiratlun of Church nnd State
I iv a been excommunicated.
PRINCE SAGAN AND WIFE
PARIS, France. Juno 21. -Prlnco
Sagau nnd his wife, formerly Ann i
(lould do C.istcllnne, have gone to
LONDON, Eng, Juno 21. Half n
million people took patt In the Suf
fragettes' demonstration (today.
NEW BAPTISMAL FONT
FOR HAILI CHURCH.
Mrs Carl S. Holloway, wlitiso icl
Mhos lived nnd died in Hllo, will
send up by tomorrow's Mnuna Kea, n
handsomely mado baptismal font,
carved from Hawaiian bluu stone. Tho
font, which bears tho name of Mailt
Knmnunulaken II, will bo given to and
used In the llnlll church. Tho font
wns mado by Iho J. C. Axtell Co.
ELECT NEW COLONEL
The offlfeis of tho Nntlotial Guard
meet tonight to elect u Colonel In
place of Sam Johnson, resigned. Col.
Zclglcr Is the man likely to bo named.
THE SCHOONER Mol Wnhlno from
llonolpu buiiight a full loid orsiwar
X 51 X'A 3 K K )( R K S !t
f " ARRIVED
'A M M X JC K it H K M K it K f M
Sundiu. Juno 21.
Stmr. Noenu, Mitchell, from Hawaii
Htmr W (1. Hall, Thomp'oii, from
Knual poi ts.
i Sinn Nllhnit, Oncst, from Anahola.
J Stmr Mlkaliala, Self, fioin Maul mid
M. N. Co 'a S. S. Lurllnc, Wooden,
from Han riancbco via Hllo
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, I'edeisen, from
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Senrle, from
Schr. Mill Walilno, M una,- froni Ho
1 Mondaj, Juno 22.
T K. K Nippon Mum, Hrceno, from i
San FraiiUsru for Yokohiinm, !):3D
Stmr. Mnuna Kc.i. rrcom.m, from
Illlo, 8.30 a m.
if K M 54 H X X 3D A K X X K li X
a !5 S H !S )t Jt K ;t K K Ji M
Monday, Juno 22.
..... a.. Defender, itelllngscn, for
Hoholpu, 111 a. m.
& K id X M X X X X X X X i! It X X
W PASSENGERS ARRIVED
n nti xr- x & ax u x x a x ax
Per stmr. Manna Kea, from Hllo,
Juno 22. J. A. Kuined), Rev. A 13.
Cooper, Mrs. A. Cooper, P. Afferinati,
S. Hlggliibotliam, Miss L. Cobinl. J.
W. McChiskoy, C. V. Maxwell, .MIhs
M. Wilr. Mis. Jl. Conkllne, Miss II.
I.emon, Miss II. Ilemicr. Miss A. Phil
'lips, Mlfs J. Ccntei Mrs. Iulbrook,
MIks L. Curol, Mrs. C. K. Wilder, Miss
l'eldniiin, Miss A. Wooden Mis. r.
Harrison, Mist I;. Harilson, Miss Eth
el Hurilson, MIpb S. Harrison, Miss
Klsle Ilairlsou, Miss Ircuo lliurlson,
1". Harrison, W. I.cniiov, Dr. W. tlaik,
M. Webstei, J. Ilenlck, I K. Atchci.
C II. Medcair, 13. 11. Windmill, E. C.
llalle. W. It. Klnslen, IC. L. Klnslei,
MIes Vancouver, Mh-s T. Osi, Miss
llawkos, J. Jliitot, II. F, iWngunci, M.
K. Silva, Mis. M. E. Sllva. It. A. Joi
dnn, W. P. Thomas, A, Eastcibiook,
13. W. Todd. 11. T. Lowell, Mis. P.
Sharp, Mrs. S. Sharp. Miss II Chilton.
Miss A. Dletzi Mrs. 13. C. How en, Mis.
II. A Slado. It. Schovlifeld, L. II. lies
Ick. F. C. Martin, II. Dillingham. Mrs.
Dillingham, W. U Eaton, C. I).
Wtlght, Mrs. S. Angus, Mrs. Illicitly.
'Miss 13. Angus, S. R. Joidau, F. Hal-
Httail. MIkh K. Cook, Miss C. Carlson,
It .1. lluclilj. F. Ilustntc, H. Iluslaco.
i.MIsh K. Kelly. Miss 13. Smith, Miss
Inmncy, MUs M. Thomas, Miss 11.
, Kontiior, J. C. McCandliss, W. llnr
iilson, It. Ivoik, L. A. Thurstiiu, Lieut.
Leah), Ciipt. llnrbcr, A. Oilman, J. A.
(Illm.iu. A. M. Hi own, Lieut. Cooke,
l.luiit. McAvoy, H. Custle, Dr. Cofcr,
L. S. Connoss, S. Kennedy, R. W.
llreckons. Miss Dreckons and seivant,
I. Hatch, Mis. DIiico uud son, Mis.
O. Cunning. Capt. Otwell, Miss M.
I Ludwlg, W. Forbes, Oco. W. Can, Miss
C. Hblpman, Miss P. Dillon, J. 13 Rica
Mrs. J. Rico iiml child. Mrs. P. T. Phil-
I San Francisco, Juno 22. For Ilomf,
mm: -miss s. m. Hauuiuuii. I, A. II.
Allnln. For Yokohama: W. It. Hag
nail, J. C, Cochiaii, Miss Henrietta
Mjclvoi, (Jen. Edward II. Rlploy, MIm
Aniello S. II. Itlplvy, Dr H. Tsurusa
kl, John J. Hi own, Mrs. .1. C. Cochruu,
Miss Helen Mclvur, Mr Edunul !I,t
HIpley. Mrtis.Allvo'V.' D. rtlyle, lllio
IC.ikliicl,." Tfir Shanghai: Lieut. K&
C. McConuell Foi Hongkong. MIcliJ
ael BosBort, C. II, Iliiskoy, Miss Her
Hi. i Fish, Noblo Hamilton, Emll L.
Lundgien, Thomas 11 McCoiincll,
Ml'ss Virginia Now comb, L. II. Till
bault, Hen T. Diooks, Walter Elwood,
'AflleniW; Hamilton. I). W. Longfellow,
Mis. Emll L. Lungdren, Jnnitu J. Mc
Qiiln, A. O. Splller, C. M. Thomas,
.Mis. C. M. Thomas.
Per Btnu. W. O. Hall, fioni Kauai
porta Miss Watoi house, Miss Cam
el on, J. M. lodgalu nnd wife, A. S.
Wilcox, W. Pfottnli.iuer, Miss E.
Dunn, Miss U Dal, Miss Ellis. Mia.
KahUo, 13. W. Sutton, 11. II. lliown.
Mis. C. Hakl. Mrs. J. II Hanulke, C.
Hon Ick, W. II. Rico. O. Hoffman ami
jwlfc, Miss K.iul, Miss Hophnin, Judgo
niiiiniieo aim who, .ill. iiuiCKmail, W.
A. Klniie), E. J. Wulker. Thos. Drandt,
Miss L Aklna, Miss H. Cook, Mlsu,
Pill. J. H. Wavvl. MgS 13. Walwl Ku."
ntvvanul, C. K. Haao and wife, MIbo
A. Iliino, J. K, Knliimal, MUs Cum
mlngs, Mrs Cropp, C. Kuln, Mosu3
Zoalau. Miss Woiho, T. O'Drlen, O.
Muconnchlo, Miss Rccanl.
Per Htmr. Mlk.ih.ila from Maul and
Molokai poits, Juno 21 Mrs. J. V.
Hofo C C. Conradt. A. K. Cathcait,
A.-Ileteios, A. .1. Spltzei, W. II Ka
haulollo, W R, MejerB, Y. Ainoj, D C.
Noponn, C. Hlitzko. M. V, Piohspi, S.
Decker. I Fostei, Mis A. K. Catlieut,
O. H. Evans, CIkib. S. Holloway ami
PLEA IN BAR
Tho Afong c.ibo, that of Cnnie II
RIbks vs. Julia Afong ct ill . Is lioln-i
heaiil this morning n Juiifc0 im(.
bay's couit, on a idea In h.u, ila
plea In nr, which Is being ievl, is
to tho offect that the caso has nlieml
been conipioiulsoil llovvuvoi, It u
opcctei thut a nuiuber of wlnehs(M
will bo nlleil befoio Iho niattet Is set-tied.
to younelf 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 Hint vou will wonder how we can
?ve KNOW!' dne "' hWeVer5 8
Charles D, Walker,
Boot and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.