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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.' ii., THURSDAY, JUNB 25, 190R.
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Oeeanlo Third Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree,
All flatting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings of Iocs.) lodges
9ABM0NY LODQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
u In 1. 0. O. P. llalU Fort Street
I. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
BUN. P. V10KER8. N. a
All visiting brothers Tery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, ISO. 2, K. OF P.
MeeU every Id and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. ra. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and fleretanla Bts.
V'Ultlng Brothers cordially welcome.
V. L. LYLB, C. 0.
V. WALDRON, K. of R. & 3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets SYery first and third Fri
day evening at 7:10 In K. of P. llall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Vlalttm;
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DBBRINO, CO..
JAB. W. WHITE, K.R.B.
aONOLULD LODGE 616, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. a
., will meet In their ball on King
tear Fort street every Friday even
ag. 1y orde of the B R.
HBNRY 0. EA8TON,
WM. H. McINBRNY, E. R.
Vm. M'KDfLBY LODQB Ho.8, K,of F.
tlesta every Saturday evening at
1. 10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, oor
fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
r cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRA2EH. C.C,
. A. JACOB80N, K.RJ3.
HONOLULU AXKJJS liO, F. 0. X.
aleeU on the Jnd asd 4th WBO
MaWOAY evenings of saoh month at
7: go o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
SarcUnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited U at
end. W. L. FRAZBB, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Seey.
HAWAIIAN TBTBEHo. 1, L.O. B. M.
MeeU every first and third Thurs
iajrs of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers oor
Mally Invited to attend.
J. W. A80H, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Hats, Caps and Straw
Tha Best Whiskey on the Market.
TBOS. F, McTIGHE & 00., AQENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. F. 0. BOX 705.
The Best In Town.
TBI. 027. KINO ST,
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALEBS AND IM
FOBTEBS OF WINES AND
TEL 308. 902 NTJTJANU,
4G0O Oreen Roofing Slate 10"xl6
8(0 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 SB-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe,
i EMHELTJTH & CO., LTD.,
145 Xing Street. Phone 211,
Builds rather than
destroys the system.
The Acme of per
fection in the
R e ady-to-1 ay
made for all classes
of buildings. Write
for our Class "A"
Malthoid used on
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
It will build you up
CHAMBERS 0RU6 CO.,
' FOB. FOBT AND KTNQ ST8.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajopias, Shirt Waists, Fanoj
SOTEL STBEET NEAR BET3EL
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FOBT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 627. Kin? & Bethel Sts.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
en and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAB,
AiaKea St., dm. Jung ana merchant.
STABBED ON SHIP
Chief Engineer Daly Is
Captnln Kokerwltz, the master ot
the Blenmcr Despatch, was stabbed
on board bis vessel last night and
Chief Engineer Daly o( the same
steamer has been arrested for the as
sault. The police took up the mat
ter, and, after Investigating It, they
arrested Daly. No chargo was pre
ferred against him, however, by tho
police, no Kokerwltz swore to a war
Nint against Daly with the Federal
authorities, to whom Daly was sub
sequently given over by the police.
Both Daly and Kokerwltz were ex
amined by Chief of Detectives Taylor
this morning. Kokerwltz stated that
lift had during some time past had
considerable trouble with Daly. The
Captain wanted to get all the work
he could out of his vessel, but claims
that he was hampered In accomplish
ing this object by the continuous de
linquencies of the chief engineer.
Thus last Sunday the chief came
down to the steamer bo late that her
departure had to be delayed a day.
Last night Kokerwltz stated he
boarded the vessel together with It.
K. Drown, salesman of tho Gunat
Eakln cigar store, who was to spend
the night with him. Kokerwltz
heard steps on tho deck nnd called
out, asking who It was, but receiv
ed no answer. Ho called again and
was called a foul name In return.
Kokerwltz went on deck and found
Daly, whom he told to go bclowv Daly
struck at Kokerwltz, who pfomptly
knocked him down. Ho then turned
and culled for some ot tho crew.
While his back was turned to Daly,
tho Captain heard a noise ltko tho
click caused by tho opening of a knlfo
and tho next moment he was stabbed
in tho small ot tho back.
Tho wound, though It was not n
serious one, bled profusely, and the
Captain Immediately left the vessel
to seek medical assistance In the
mcantlmo Daly left the vessel and
went to his room on upper Fort
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A good commencement day k the
one on which you decide to let the
Bulletin pay your vacation ex
peases. 'Phone for a booklet.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361. '
A furnished cottage Is wanted. Sco
ad. this Issue.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mo-
Leod, for the pleasantost auto rtdo.
A. W. Carter camo down on the'
steamer Helene in company with J. O.
Read the special summer offer by
the Volcano House in another column
of this Issue.
Tho Board of Supervisors will havo
a meeting this evening at tho usual
litno nnd place.
mo at. Louis minstrels will re
hearse at tho clubhouse, this evening
at r.M ociock.
Chas. Gay and A. S. Hartwell aro
In town, having arrived this morning
in tlio Claudlne.
Captain Olcaves of tho St Louis
called this morning on Secretary Oar
field and Governor Frear. -
Miss Lucy Kaukau. a school teach
er of I.alinlna govornmont hcIiooI,
camo uown today in tno uiaudlno.
Ah Sam, a Chinese chlckon thief.
was this morning sentenced by Judgo
Andrado to nlno months' lmnrlsoiv-
Coat your iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Us coollne
and preservative properties. CallfornlH
Foed Co., agents.
Governor Frear, Land Commission
er J. W. Pratt, W. O. Smith, A. L. C.
Atkinson and Judgo S. M. Bnllou wero
Incoming passengers In tho Claudlno
A meeting of those Interested In tho
icorganlzatlon of Company C, will bo
held at tho Bungalow, National Guard
Headquarters, on Friday, Juno 26, at
7 o'clock p. m.
Tho iiollco havo ascertained that
Harry Iloso, tho bookkeeper for tho
Schuman Carriage Co.. was tho ilrlv.
er of tho auto which knocked down
Miss runups horsa a few days ago.
C. J. Schoentng has applied for tho
position of examiner of chauffeur
which haB been left vacant by tho res
ignation of Harry Wilder. Tho only
other applicant for tho position so far
is E. A, do Lovelace.
Tho case of Gus Schuman. charcmi
with heedless driving of his nutomo-
diio in connection with tho Mrs. flols.
ecko accident, camo up In tho Pollco
Court this morning, but was continued
until Juno 28 by consent of both par
ties. Schuman was represented bv
Attorneys Davis and Frank Thomp-
A Mat Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FIIIEBS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KINO ST. PHONE 625.
Your eyes'mav become worn out
through abuse while you are atill
If they need attention, tee
A. N. SANFORD,
street, where he was arrested this.
morning by Dctectlvo Ileevcs.
Daly stated to tho police that ho
had considerable trouble with tho
Captain. Last Sunday he had been
a few minutes late, as the cars wero
delayed on account of tho funeral o(
Prince Kawannnakoa, nnd on that oc
casion tho Captain had berated him
strongly and had practically dlscharg
ed him. The following day, however,
Kokerwltz had shaken hands with
him and asked him to stay with tho
Last night, so Daly says, the Cap
tain called him n foul namo when he
went on board. Daly resented it anJ
he and Kokerwltz camo to blows.
Daly denies absolutely that he
stabbed the Captain. Ho says, that
he owns only one knife, nnd that
"only an excuse for n knife," nnd
that was locked in his room at tho
The police have ascertained that
last night, before ho boarded tho
ship, Daly had n quarrel with "Jer
ry," a barkeeper at "Scotty's" place,
and gave him a black cyo In tho
After tho affair on tho Despatch,
however, ho slept at "Jerry's" room,
as ho often .did. Daly's friends are
very sorry for him, as they say that
he Is an excellent man, though quar
relsome when under the Influence of
liquor. He has a wife and family.
Bnlletin Businev Office Phone 866.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone tSS.
Lewis & Co.,
Family Wines and Liquors,
169 King St. Tel. 240
ST. PAUL, Minn., Juno 24. Sc uitor Hansborough was defeated nt
the primaries In North Dakota for reelection to the Senate.
Henry Clay Hnnsborough Iiiih been In the Senate from North Dakota
since ISO 1, before which time he wis a member, of Congress for two
TEHERAN, Persia, Juno 21. This
city Is in a state of siege resulting
from the conflict between tho troops
of tho Parliamentary party nnd tho
troops of tho Shah. There was a
two hours' bombardment of tho city
today and the soldiery looted in the
(.hops. The night wan quiet.
SPANIARD VISITS CUBA
HAVANA. Cuba, June 24. Tho
Nautilus, the first Spanish warship
to call at this port since the Spanish
American war, came Into tho harbor
today nnd was hospltnbly received.
FORTY WERE DROWNED
COItUNA, Spain, Juno 24. Tho
steamer La Ilocho was wrecked off
tho const today. Of her passengers
forty have been drowned nnd sixty
SUGAR FOR MEXICAN.
Sugar Is being rapidly loaded Into
tho big A.-II. S. S. Mexican, at the
Oceanic wharf. Tho Hcleno arrived
this morning from Hawaii ports, with
12,080 bags, and went alongside, as
soon as somo livestock had been un
loaded nt tho pens. Tho Claudlno
went nlqiigslda tho big freighter also,
ns soon ns tho LHtellko was out of
tho way. Tho latter hnB already un
loaded her cargo Into tho Mexican.
And tho Despatch Is also putting
about 11,000 bags aboard her. Tho
Mexican's cargo Is going out ono sldo
nnd In at the other.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
STEAMER OHIO DISABLED
SEATTLE, Wash., June 24. The
S. S. Ohio is disabled seventy miles
'out of Nome. Sho Is reported to bo
safe, however, nnd will bo assisted
MURDERED IN NEGR0S
MANILA, P. I., Juno 24. H. D.
Kvcrctt, of tho Forestry service, T.
It. Wakclcy, n school teacher, and
four Filipinos have boon murdered
Tomorrow, Friday, Is tho day when
tho Punnhou Alumni Association will
hold Its annual festival and rc-unlon
on tho college grounds nt Punahou.
In addition to tho literary program al
ready published In these columns, tho
Hawaiian- baud will bo in attendance,
nnd the usual display ot fruit will bo
had. Tho management desires it to be
understood thnt all thoso Interested
In Punahou ns well as members of tho
Association, nro cordially Invited to
attend. Tho meeting wilt bo opened
lit 3 o'clock.
MAG00N IS CALLED
(Continued from Pose 1
should have, sho (Mrs. Tlurns) resent
ed It, exclaiming, "What Is ten thou
sand dollars to my mother's love. Sho
is my mother, and I want to make her
Tho trend of ovldcnco so fnr has
been brought forward to show Unit
Mrs. Hums has changed her mind re-
Imarknbly of late. Mrs. Albert Afnng
will probably bo on tho stand tor somo
tlnio this nftornoon.
IN FOREIOK PORTS
flABLE BEF0BT OF BAN
Thursday. June 25. 131 IM
SAN 1'llArtviuv.u-niiiK.u Juno 25i
Fr. S. S. Caravcllnas, helico Juno
15. SAN FRANCISCO Sstfled June 2S:
HKtne. 8. U. Wilder, ror iiouoiuiu.
HONOIPU Sailed Juno 25:
Schr. Honolpu, for San Francisco.
5l S 35 , It MKtfBHBK
Thursday, Juno 2G.
Sdnr. Claudlno, Bennett, from Ha
waii and Maul ports, 5:07 n. m.
Stmr. Hclcne. Nelson, from Hawaii,
5:45 ii. m.
Thursday, Juno 25.
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, Kelly, for
Sau Francisco, 10:30 n. m.
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M PASSENGEBS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, from
llllo nnd Mnul ports, Juno 25. W. W.
Thayer, Bernard II. Kelukollo. J. 11.
Garfield, J. W. Prntt, S. M. Ballon.
Governor Frenr, A. L. C. Atkinson, W.
O. Smith, V. O. Smith, A. C. OLbb. W.
A. Yoats, Q. Q. Brndford, It. L. Ogll
vie, Iloso Puhlhalo, C. Rclncckc, Miss
On Tnl, E. II. Itogers, F. CrocTiott,
Mrs. Iteedy, Miss Foltz, Mrs. Bell,
Kim Sick, Mrs. Hiumcstnd, ChauK
Sing and wire, Mrs. M. Grcgulho, Ktui
Pi Hon, Kim Jag Gil, C. A. Vlckory
and wife, Leung You, It. Law, Miss
Kail Kail, Miss Van Decrlln, Ah Sing,
S. B. FuJInama, I. FuJInioto, Chus. Gay.
and wife, A. S. Hartwell, nnd 54 deck.
Per stmr. Mclcno, Nelson, from Hn
wnll, Juno 25. Manuel L Itcgo, Jno
Ue Itego, A. W. Carter, J. O. Young,
R PASSENGERS DEPARTED "
Per T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Mnru, Go
ing, for San Frnnclsco. Juno 24. F.
Offcrmaiin, L. McLaughlin, Win. Day,
Frank F. Llnlsh, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. O.
Holt. A. A. Bryan, Mr. und Mrs. Coop
er, J. W. Bradley, wlfo nnd two chil
dren. Miss Davlos, Miss Ilycroft, S. S.
Higginbotham, Dr. and Mrs. Hunting
ton, 7.. W. Stockor
H PASSENGEBS BOOKED
K H'X JlM&MXSiMKifflMBXS
Per Btmr. Klnau, Gregory, for
Kuual, Juno 25, 5 u. in. Annie Peru-
Ira, Helen S chiinialfclncg, Lesllo
Wlshard, DouglnB Baldwin, E. linger.
Miss M. B. Waterhouse. Miss E. Wiil
urhouse, Master Mcstck, A. Gartloy,
Mrs. Choy Chin and baby, MIsb Anna
Harrison, S. K. Onchn. Miss It. Obed,
Miss M. Obed, T. Klmlshlma, It. Klml
shlma, K. Klmlshlma, J. L. II. Jarth,
MrB. W. L. West. MIbb W. Monglor,
Miss M. Mcnglor, Mrs. Nnpallcnu, Mm.
.1. Noble, A. F. Kuiidscn, Francis Gay,
Miss Lulu Weber. Mrs. F. Weber, II.
C. Coburn and wlfo, Mrs. J, dribble,
Miss Contradc, Aarmaii Atidrnscn, Ed
win n Aklna. Miss II. Yamaslilroyn,
Miss Aiinlo M. I'crrelrn, Mrs. Fred
Johnson, Mrs. Kalokea Hall, Mrs. Ahif
kinl Kukea, Thos. Onokca, lieu Fat.
H WATEBFBONT NOTES
A NUMBKIl of passengers arrived
by the Helenu tills morning. Including
Ernest Gichccko, whoso wlfo was run
over nnd Injured tho other day by Gun
Srhumtin'B automobile. Tho husband
was notllled at onco by wlrelesH, and
managed to catch the Hcleno, as tho
first boat which could bring him homo.
THE CLAUDINK brought In tho
Secretary's party this nioiutng. Shu
had also bar usual list of passengers.,
mid n general cargo, Including 3021
bags of sugar for tho Mexican.
IT IS EXPECTED Unit n good num
ber of passengers will go away on tho
Manuka, leaving fur the Colonics Sat
urday. Tho bark Andrew Welch, Captain
Kelly, Balled this moinliig fur Sun
Francisco with sugar.
THE It. P. IHTIIET sailed fioni Sail
FinnclBco for Honolulu yesterday.
..TUB FIIENCH bark Mlcholot Is ex-
period here from II logo for ordorB.
THE NI1IIAU sailed lust evenlns
for Anaholn fur more sugnr.
THn KINAU sallB nt 5 today for
the regular Kauai ports.
WHITNEY WINS SHOOT
Harry Whitney won tho wcokly
shoot of tho Hawaiian Gun Club yes
terday after tlclng In tho Ilrst Instance,
with I. Spalding. In tho flrht shoot,
ho scored 9 nut of 12, and Spalding n
out of 10. In tho shoot off, Whitney
mndo 9 nut of 12, mid his opponent 8
out of 10.
Harvey got third with 7 out of lo'.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinfj-boat, or yacht whioh you
have in mind. We'll haveit ready
in no time, and the price will be to
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
we KNOW. '
Charles D Walker,
Boot and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL
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