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F.VENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1008.
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I WEEKLY CALENDAR
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Oceanic Third Dtgree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting membera of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend mettlngs of local iodgae
HARMONY I0D0E, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meeta every Monday evening at
7:80 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
B. H. HENDRY, Secretary,
DEN. P. VICKEKB, N. .
All visiting brother! very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, eorner Fort and Beretanta Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE. C. C.
H, WALDRON, K. of R. & 3.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
eorner Fort and Boretanla. Vlsltfne
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DKERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 1. P. a
C. will meet in their hall on King
pear Fort street every Friday even
Ur orde' of the E R.
HENRY 0. EA3TON,
WM, H. MclNERNY, E. R.
9m. M'KTNLEY LODGE H0.8, K.of P.
MeeU every Saturday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor,
fort and Beretanta. Visiting broth
r cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEB, OX).,
B. A. JACOBSON, K.R8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
UmU on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7: SO o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ate Invited U at
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
BAWAHAN IEIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Mtota every first and third Thurs
lays ot each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
flatly Invited to attend.
J. W. ASOtI, Bacbem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
Hats, Caps and Straw
The Best Whiskey on the Market,
TXOS. P. MoTIQHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 XING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 765,
The Beit In Town.
TEL. 527. XING ST,
LOVEJOY fc CO.
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WHOLESALE DEALERS AND DM
PORTERS OP WINES AND
TEL. 30?. 802 NUUANU.
4000 Oreen Hooting Slate 10"zl6'
800 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 38-gallon Drum Commercial Bttv
1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for U" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD,,
145 Kin? Street. Phone 2H.
Builds rather than,
destroys the system.
I It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Cut for qu, from your own meas
ure: It don't cost any more, in fact
jou save money, because you get sat
isfaction. If jou have n fault In jour fig
ure 76 do I will hide it for you.
Our suits at Twenty-five Dollars
have no comparison. There Is no ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
the same money you can be well
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Japanese Curios, Silk Klmonoa,
Shirts. Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEUt BETHEL.
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, PORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan fc Co.,
PHONE 627. King & -Bethel Sti.
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.
185 editorial rooms flSQ bust
nets offloe. , These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the -Bulletin office.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
A good commencement day is the
one on which you decide to let the
Bulletin pay yonr vacation ex
penses. 'X hone for a booklet.
Auto at haok fare. Tel. 381.
Muslin underwear salo July 1st.
Whitney & Marsh.
Luther Hough Is getting along nice
ly alter his operation.
Ring up 171 and placo orders for
Talisan or Tanson Ginger Alo.
Honk! Honk! Coll 1111. J. A. Mo
Lood, tor the ploasantest nuto ride.
A. Haneberg of llackfcld & Co. was
an arrival today in the Inter-Island
J, II. Fisher and F. A. Schaefer wero
among tho arrivals today on tlio
It Is said that Judgo Dole will hand
down an opinion in the Manchuria
libel suit within tho next week.
Ono of tho finest blended whlskeg
In tho city Is tho "Herald," for which
Thomas F. McTlgho & Co. arc ngentB.
Have yon seen it! The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
'Tlio nrgumona on tho demurrer In
tho case of Blanche Martin, an Iwllcl
Inmate, has been going on all morning
before Judgo Robinson.
The big show of the St. Louis Min
strels Ih booked for tho Hawaiian
Opern House for the nights of July
tith and 11th.
Tho Walanao tax appeal caso was
l'cord beforo the Tax Appeal Court
this morning. Tho case was finished,
but no decision was rendered.
Lily Kekauoha secured a dhorco
from Georga Kekauoha this morning,
and Lily Hoed was freed from tho
ties that bound her to William Heed.
Both wore Kdninndfl Act cases.
Monday Is the opening day of tho
big special sale at Blom's of'Thoni
son's gloo fitting corsets and ladles
and gentlemen's umbrellas at 1-4 to 1-3
off. There are only a, few left.
The Catholic Church of St. Joseph,
Moanalua, In charge of Rov. Father
Clement. Tomorrow, Juno 29th, 11. a.
m , high mass, sermon, collection, Sun
day school. 3 p. ii . Rosary, cate
Tho last meting of tho Guild and
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will be held at half past two
on Monday afternoon, June 29, at the
homo of Mrs. F. A. Schaefer, Nuuanu
Miss A. L. Hasforth, who has been
conected with Puuahou for tho last
seventeen years, was presented with
tome slhelWis a memento for her val
uable services. Sho will lcne for
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Morning worship, 11 o'clock'; Sermon
by the pastor, "Tho Greatest Olft."
Evening church servlco, 7:30 o'clock,
preaching by the pastor; subject,
"What Is Man?" Prof. Lewis will pre
side at the organ and direct tho chorus
Tho Hllo Masonic Hall Association
has made a trust deed to tho First
Rank of Hllo to secure tho payment ot
100 bonds at a par value of $250 each,
payable 15 years after data at 6 per
cent Interest, with tho privilege of
redemption at any time aftor five years
from dato. Tho property secured r Is
Block C, Hllo town lots.
The Catholic Church at St. John the
Baptist, Kallhl-waena, In charge cf
Rov. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Juno 28th, 8:30 a. m , high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school. 4 p
m. Rosary. Next day, Juno 29th, fat.
Peter and St. Paul, holy day of obliga
tion, 8:30 a. in , high mass, sermon,
collection. 4 p. m Rosary. ,
James R. Fullerton, known as "Ten
per ccnt-Fullerton," has commenced
suit for money against W. a. Wilder,
a customs inspector, and has mado E.
R. Stackablo tho garnlsheo In tho suit
ThlB practically brings tho United
States itno tho suit, but according' to
United States District Attorney Brock
ons, tho suit will not hold with. Stack
able ob the garnishee.
CLAIMS OF 1895 '
Last evening, just as Secretary Gar
field was leaving the Aala park rout
turn, ha was quietly approached by
Harry Juen and "Alabama" Mitchell,
who through the evening had been
waiting patiently for this moment to
come. They handed lira a- document
In a sealed envlopo, and left as unos
tentatiously as they had conic.
Mltcholl was seen today and asked
about tho contents of the document,
but he disavowed all knowlcdgo of, tho
matter. It has, however, been learned
on good authority that tho envelope
contained tho claims of a number o't
tho political prisoners ot tho troubl
ous days of '95.
In Wlchman's window Is n large
solid stiver cup that will bo offered
to the local golf clubs for competi
tion. This cup is presented by the
Tansan Agency through Fred.
Church and Is by far the finest tro
phy ever offered here for golfers to
capture. The conditions for the
prospective matches will be left en
tlrely to the three golf clubs.
A Xoct Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS'! IH TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S 33N0 ST. PHONE 529.
Your eyes may become worn out
through abuie while yon are itlll
If they need attention, tee
A, N, SANFORD,
OWINO TO A LITTLE rush ot
freight to be loaded In tho lata part
of the trip the steamer Maumi Kea,
Captain Freeman, arrived In poll this
morning nearly an hour and n half bo
hind her usual time; a thing so un
usual for hls vessel as to cause com
ment all over the waterfront.
THE R. M. S. S. Manuka, Captain
Phillips, arrived ycbterday afternoon
from Vancouver and Victoria after u
very fast passage. She was not ex
pected until this morning, but was ac
tually reported yesterday before 4
o'clock. Sho brings practically no
freight for tbls port, though she had
a number ot passengers. She also
brought malls from Canada. At 1
o'clock this afternoon, she got away
for the Colonies, going to Sydney via
Suva. Sho carried passengers and
malls, and a small amount ot general
THE PACIFIC cable supply ship
Flaurenco Ward sails at some Unto
next Wednesday for Midway, earning
supplies for the station there. Among
tho things she has In her hold Is n
largo quantity of rich alluvial soil, to
bo used as a foundation for a eRot-
ablo garden on Midway. The sand
will grow anything it It has a solid
foundation tinder It '
THE NEXT American-Hawaiian
boat sailing from San Francisco for
this port Is the Texan, which Is duo to
depart on tho first of July. The next
sailing from tho Sound Is tho Alaskan
on July the 19tb, for this port.
THE NIIHAU sails at 5 o'clock to
morrow from Blshop'a wharf for Ele-clo.
Lewis & Co., Ltd
Family Wines and Liquors,
169 King St. Tel. 240
BRYAN LOST IOWA
DUItLINGTON, lown, Junu 2C. Tho Democratic State Convention
has tabltd a resolution to Instinct the delegates to tho National Conven
tion tor lirjan.
TEHERAN, Persia, June 20. The
Shah has dissolved Parliament nnd
ordered new elections. lie lint also
Issued a general pioclamntlon of am
nesty. HONORED CLEVELAND
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao, Juno 2C.
Flags wero half-masted today and
guns fired every linlf-hour In honor
ot the lnte Pre-ldont Cloohiid.
THE A.-II. B. S. Alaskan, Captain
Nichols, sails iU S o'clock thl after
noon for Kahulul, whence bIio will
proceed on Monday to San Francis
co, then to Spokane, and then for this
port on July 19th.
THE MAUI mndo port this morning
with 11. COO bags of sugar, which Is be
ing unloaded nt the railroad wharf.
She, nlso brought 75 head of live stock,
and other cargo, from Hamakua.
THE INTER-ISLAND ncoplo will
soon uso tho now Sorcnson's wharf,
over which n shed Is new being put.
plpo lino Is being laid, sn that tho
Manna Kea may bo supplied with fuel
without going over to the railroad
INTER-ISLAND steamers duo to
morrow nre. Noeau, from Hawaii; W.
0. Hall from Kauai, and Mlkahala,
THE MEXICAN leaves Monday
night for Kahulul. Sho leaves tho
Islands on the nth, for Sallna Cruz.
PURSER SIMS or tho Ko Au Hou
reports heavy rains on Kauai.
THE SCHOONEK Defender is load
ing sugar nt llonolpu.
THE BOREALIS Is still at Mnhu
knna. F. B. MoStockor. who has beejt vis
iting on Hawaii returned mis moin
Ing on the Mnuna Kea.
TAFT AND WRIQHT
NEW YORK, N. Y., Juno 20.
Secretary Tntt habere and will con
fer with President Roosevelt and
Luke E. Wright.
FIFTEEN KILLED "
BOMBAY, India, June 26. Fif
teen peoplo have been killed and 27
Injured In a railway collision hero.
WAITING FOR VENEZUELA
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 20.
The State Department Is marking
time In tho Venezuelan affair.
Promptly at 8 o'clock tonight, the
commencement exercises of tlio grad
uating class of Oahu Col lego will take
placo In Charles R. Bishop hall. Tho
speakers ot the class. Miss Phoebe
llcen, Kenneth Winter rind Ireno
Aiken, who have been preparing their
essays for some time, -will appear In
their respcemo capacities for tho
class. Mr. Bode will bno charge of
the musical program. Tho graduating
class, numbering 28, will bo presontcd
with diplomas. Relatives and friends
of tho school are cordially Invited to
Moses Kokl has borrowed tho sum
of 1000 from th'e Trent Trust Com
pany, Ltd., mortgaging twenty acres
of land at Walmea, Hawaii.
W. W. Hall camo back today in tho
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, June 27.
1II1.0 Arlved Juno 24:
S. S. Enterprise from San Fran
cisco. MAHUKONA Arlrvcd Juno 20:
Schr. Ilorcalls, from Sun Francisco.
MAHUKONA Arrived Juno 25:
Schr. Defender, licnco Juno 22.
H H M K H H K HS K M K M K K 8
K ARRIVED H
Saturday, Juno 27.
Stmr. Mauna Koa, Freeman, from
Hllo and Maui, 8:30 a. in.
Strar. Maul, Brulin, from Hawaii
ports, a. m.
Saturday, Juno 27.
R. M. S. S. Manuka, Phillips, for tho
Colonies, at 1 p. m.
K SAILING TODAY
Stmr. Alaskan, Nichols, for Kahu
lul nnd San Francisco, G p. m.
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K SAILING TOMORROW
Stmr. Nllhau, Oncss, tor Elcele, S
K DUE TOMORROW
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Stmr. Mlkahala, Tullctt. from Molo
Stmr. Noeau, from Hawaii porjs.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman,
from Hllo and Muni, Juno 27. Miss A.
Press, Mrs. W. O. Press, II. Engcls,
Miss Constanco, Mrs. Wallace, W. W.
Hall, Miss Dcyo, Miss Severance, Miss
Salles, Miss M. Novls, O. W. Sherman,
S. Koduso, A. K. Hodson, F. A. Rich
mond, D. Conway, F. B. McStocker,
A. A. Deerlng, S. A. -Walker, Master
B. 8tacker, C. H. Rose, A. Hnnobcig,
Mrs. R. Nelson, W. McCaul, E. Cami
bell, C. Schoening, J. S. Bull, Miss
Winters, Chu Goy, E. J. Gay, C, K.
Carter, Master ,Nashlyama, Miss K.
Nashlyamn, Rov. Nashlynmn, O. P.
Tulloch, Geo. Watt, Miss Knohl, Mlsa
Murray, Mrs. Patton, Mrs. C. K. Still
man and servant, W. II. Balrd, F. A.
Schaefer, D. O. Muy, S. Kaaekuahlwa,
Mrs. Kaaekuahlwa, I. Oklto, A. C.
Belts, R. P. Quarles, Miss C. Bolts, M.
Kamakau,.Mrs. Ahlo and infant, J. H.
Fisher, Leo Keo, ,1. B. Kcppler, K. M. . ,
Qlttel, F. W. Pease, Mrs. W. W. Hall.
From Vancouver, per R. M. S. S.
Manuka. Juno 20. Mcsdames O. If.
Rlggs. E. Hamilton, M. Wight, J.
Simpson, W. A. Ham nnd -2 children; t
Misses Fox. Miss E. Kfllngor, E. M. H.
Adam, C. CsConlu Sheldon; Messrs.
R. F. Armstrong, G. A. Rlggs, Bond, J.
Simpson, Sylvester, Rov. D. Russell,
Sears, Ellis, Martin.
I': PASSENGERS DEPARTED a
Per stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for
Maui and Hawaii, Juno 20. Mrs. II.
P. Baldwin, Miss A. Morgan, Miss M.
Post, Miss Morris, Misses Alalia, tlireo
Gay boys, Mary Soggem, Dorn Englo,
Miss Lizzlo English, Miss Allcno Glbb,
Mabel Taylor, Elsie Chalmers, Jack
Moyer, Jock Desha, W. L. S. Williams,
Miss Rose Peck, Miss Mary Rodrlgues,
Miss M. E. Medeiros, W. G. Goodness,
Mrs. G. Cameron, Miss G. Howell, Miss
Cleo. Case,. Miss Maud Ballantyno,
Mrs. Beth nnd 2 children, Chas. Gay,
wife and daughter, Miss Gay, S.
Friend, Edyth Baldwin, Ltbby Peck,
Alfred Taylor, Edwin Glbb, Norman
Beneroge, Stafford Wcclr, William
Hansen, Ernest Baldwin, Wm. von
Seggen, Frank Correa, A. K. Sing,
Hector Morton, Louts O. Selfet(a, Lo
ong Ylck, John Spencer, Ernest He!
bush, A. A. Wilson, Mrs. M. G. Tclx
oira, Miss E. Trcndway, Miss Woods,
Miss Greenhouse, Miss Allan, F. T. P.
Wntcrhouse, A. Waterhous'e, W. P.
Gotenhauor, Allen Webster, Miss E.
Webster. Miss Evo Webster, Miss V.
Chong, Miss E. Pocpoo, Miss Woods,
J. C. Chong, C. W. Ha, M. E. Sabo,
Mrs. II. II, Klemor, Miss L. Plemor,
Miss Plemer, Dr. R. II. Dlnegar, J. II,
Wilson, Tsulau Choy.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Walmon,
Kauai, Juno 20. D. P. R. Isenborg, W.
A. Kinney, wlfo and son; W. I". Frcnr,
J. R. Garfield, A. F. Knudscn, C. L
Rhodes, Geo. H. Fairchild.
Por R. M. S. S. Manuka, Phillips,
tor tho Colonics, via Suva, Juno 27, 1
p. m. Mr. and Mis. Ingram, Mrs.
Cleghorn, Miss White, David Wilson.
A. Stabell, A. E. Sears.
There is to bo a big salo of Import
ed French flowera nt Mrs. Dunn's mil
linery shop beglnulng next Monday.
The selections aro fully set fnth In
tho advertisement today. This seems
to be an opportunity for ladles to get
flowers and Bprays Tor hats at a very
low price. , ' id
to yourself and let m build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in 'mind. We'll haveAit ready
in no time, and the price will be io
low tnat yon will wonder how we can
do it. We're done it, however; io
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. Xing near Alapai,