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EVBNINO mnXETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 19nS.
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2E J. - : .
E "- ,, "i r LOCAL
; IHMK.KVU DETING
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Roie CroU and Couneit of Ka
dosh Regular, 7:30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All vlMtlug mercine. nf (tit
..rder arc cordially Invited to
ittcrd m ttlngs of local lodges
AKMONY LOlfctvNo. 3, 1, 0. 0. F.
Meet, evury -Monday evening at
.10 In I 0 0. 5jHall, Fort Street
R rt.jJ:tBN'l3KY, Secretary.
BEN7F.VCKERS. N t)
vll tlMUuc; brotUfl'n very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meet! every 2d una 4th Tuesdaj
of each monUi at 7:30 p m. at K. P.
Hall, lorner Fort and IWetanla ota.
Visiting Urothers corUtn!!y welcome
.W. L. LYLU, C. C
V. WALDP.ON. K Ot H. & a.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
jay evening at 7:30 In K of P. Hall,
tocrflr Tort and Oeretanta. VlelUng
tirnlnii4 cordlallv Invited to attend.
A 0 UBEKIN'U, CC,
IAS W WHITE K.K3.
HONOLULU LODGE 61H. E. P. 0 E.
tuimlulu UKUie Nc MIS. U
i, will meet In their nail on
ear port Kt'ent ev-y Friday
H) nrilr. nr the e) K
HENRY. C BARTON
WM tl. McINKRNY, E R
Win M'KINLEY LODGE No 8, K.cf P
JO o'clock tn-Kof P, -Hall, or
'on and Beretanla. Visiting biotli
r cordially Invited to attend
W L, KRAZEK, CO
s? ' e a JA.cnnsov. krs
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0 E.
r'w Meets on the 2nd sni tin WED
: t.ESDAY evenings of eacn month al
J,t:30 o'clock In K at Y Hall, corner
JlffrctiiiilH and Fort streets
I'lwltii.a r-arl nro Invited t at
1$.' . "
f-i W'l KKA7.EB W PreM
IM n T MrOflB. Scy
IAWA1IAN TRIBE Ho I. I. 0 R. M
Sleetn rry first nnri third Taiirn-
lays of each wontn at Knights ol
Pythian Hall Visiting brothers cor-
llally invited to attend.
A. D. ARLEIOH. Sachem,
MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Best and latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
' , K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BEST ANDj'Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
. Delicious Cakes and Candies On Hand
17 Hotel si Tel. 471
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
iVgrapjiing. fH0TEL ST.bet Kuuanu A Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST OUTLEIb
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spate Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Foit near Hotel.
PAINTING. PAPERHANGINGt AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Well Paper, Paints. Gils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
-St., opp. Aala Park. W, B, Earn, mgr,
, EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
, ' Jane by the'
i ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
ttu Bsretanla 8L Phone 1491.
does some people loti of good,
but when it becomei a fad
harm ensues. Tonio it oftener
uetaect tn an special cue.
is "good medicine" and may
be used with impunity by any
one. There it not enough al
cohel in Rainier to promote a
' AT AIL BARS.
Rainier Bottling Work!
It will build you up
CAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR FORT AND CBS STS.
When you get
us to make
Our 25. suit
$30. up. '
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
adds so much of comfort and enjoy
ment to the home that it ii almost
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.) LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Afiionan.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
. Phone 32.
P0TTEI) SLANTS '
For the sick room make cheery com
panions and never fade.
' MRS. E. M. TAYIOB,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
AND I ENEIAL
Ante at hack tecs. Tel. 381.
The band' will play tonight at 7:30
o'clock at Thomas Square.
Moana Hotel bath house will be
open every evening during month ot
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. ot P., meets
this evening for work In tha first
Volcano excursion Friday, July 17th,
$25. Now Is your chanco. Bee pago
Call 381 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his new Frank
Largo cards with hack and auto
rates printed on them are suggested
for fleet week.
Mystic Lodge. No. 2, K. of P., will
meet In K. of P. hall this (Tuesday)
evening at 7:30.
Tochl, a Japanese woman, charged
with larceny, was this morning dis
charged in the Pollco Court.
David Lelco and Lum Kiwi, both
charged with larceny, were discharged
by Judge Andrade this morning.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served in the best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co.. ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
The Owl cigar is the king ot tho
flvo centers. It has been tho favorllo
for over ten years with smokers ot all
Ho Ong Qoo, a Korean chicken
thief, was this morning sentenced to
thrco months' Imprisonment by Judge
A. i:. Deyo, engineer of tho U. S. S.
Iris, is n passenger on tho Thomas
going through 'to the Philippines to
The Hawaiian News Co. hiio n
largo new stock ot Edison Phono
graphs lust In, and also many now rec
ords. Call and hear them.
Eugene Duvauchcllc Is reported to
bo seriously 111 at tho Queen's Hoa
pltnl with. blood poisoning. His con
dition Is said to bo serious.
Mr. Matheson of the Advertiser stnft
was operated on yesterday by Dr. C.
D. Wood, for n swelling on the Jaw,
and Is now confined to his room.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You will be surprised .at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
If jou havo notes or invitations to
send to the ships put them Into the
hands of tho Territorial Messenger
Service for prompt attention. Tele
phone 361. i
Womon and' children's hosiery at
special reduced prices this week at
Blom's. LadteB1 llslo and Imported
cotton hose, and children's real lisle
with double soles.
Maria Roach, a Porjugucno woman
charged with assault and battery op
Almlna Viorra, appeared In tho PolliS
Court this morning. Sho was found
Rullty, but escaped with a reprimand.
A new feature, moving pictures
between acta, haa been added to the
already great performances now be
ing given at the Orpheum by the
Lnmley Company, i
In the matter of L. Fcrrelra v. Ka
mo, Paauhau Sugar Company being
garnishee, tho garnishee has made a
motion to the Supremo Court that cor
tain statements bo eliminated from
(ho records. , '
) After the 20th of noxt month. Secre
tary of tho Territory E. A. Mott-Smlth
will not issue any more Chincso cer
tificates ot Hawaiian birth. Thjji mat
tertwlll bo taken up by tho Inspector
ot Immigration In tbo future.
Surgeon I.nnghorne, U. S. N.. will
glvo a box party Thursday night at
the "Man ot the Hour." Secretary
end Mrs. E. A. Mott-Smlth and Pay
master Brooke, U. S. N., and Mrs.
Brooke will also occupy boxes on that
The old Kamaukapltl church
grounds have been taken by a new
concern, which Is going to delight tho
people ot Honolulu with "Shooting the
Chutes," and .the Mystic Maxc. Tho
place will be open to the public on
For the purpose of forming a purety
benevolent and charitable society,
prominent Chinese ot Honolulu havo
filed their application for Incorpora
tion papers. ,Tho society Is named
Dal Kwoc'k Oln Nul. The following
Chinese are named In tho papers, C.
Q. Yeo Hop, Wrng How, Chuck Hoy,
Loong Kan, Pang Chong, Dr. C. T,
Akana, and Y, M. Woe.
WITH THE FLEET
The U, S. S. Glacier was this morn
ing In communication with the big
Fleet by wireless. Among the first
messages which went out this morn
ing was one from the Press Commit
tee to tho correspondents on .tho
Last evening Kahuku heard them,
and at the time they were three-quarters
ot the way hero, a IIU16 over f00
It Is figured that they will have to
make pretty slow time through tho
channel to get hero at 2 o'clock In the
A Meet Excellent Asaonsaent of
THE BIST 'PTmiS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 8 KINO ST. PB0NE 525.
WILD TALES THAT
YACHTS WERE HERE
In splto ot h, wild rumor or two
about town this morning, the ynchts
of the Trans-Pacific Yacht Raco are
still below the horizon, eomcwlioro to
the north nnd oast of Koko Head.
A single whistle this morning, de
noting that tho line was out of order
In the flro-nlnrm system, gave rise,
probably, to these wild stories Peo
ple soon had nil of tho jnrhts win
ning In a wnlk, nnd oven tales ot dis
aster wcro afloat.
Do you know tho Hawaii is oft
Koko Head?" asked one party over
the 'phone ot W. II. Mclncrny this
morning. Mr. Mclncrny did not.
A strange craft, small nnd yawl-
rigged, was sighted by soma dreamer
on Fort street, in his mind's eye, nnd
was presumed to bo the Owendolyn,
winning with halt her ennuis set. In
great time. '
Then came tho tcrrlblo story that
tho Lurllne had been sighted, actual
ly towing tho Hawaii Into port.
Think of Itt The story was supposed
to como from Moloknl, off which tho
unfortunates were supposed to be sail
Ing tho ocean blue.
However, there Is Ilttlo real reason
for all tho troublo and tho fabrica
tions, and thcro sccmi to ho Ilttlo
doubt that they started from some
what tho samo source its thoso talcs
which recently floated about town in
regard to tho Alameda.
As a matter of fact, the whistle
this morning could scarcely have
been a signal for the yachts, as It
has been arranged that in case, ono
of them Is sighted, the whlstlo shnli
blow for one minute. This Is a long
time, and there will be small cause
for confusing this signal with any
Tho lookout to bo stationed at Dia
mond Head to ensure that, night or
dny, tho yachts would be seen lis soon
as they hove In sight, was out yester
day, and last night, to forestall tho
very small chance that one would
poke her nose In sight. However,
they nro hardly expected before Fri
Holiday hours will bo observed at
the postotflca on Thursday, July 16,
1908, the day of nrrlwtl ot tho At
General delivery windows will be
open for, tho transaction of business
for one hour only,kfroin 8 o'clock
a. in. until 9 o'clock a. ni., and ono
delivery only will be' made by letter
carriers. , JOSEPH O. PRATT,
HAWA1IS & PORTUGUESE
Tho Hawalls nndi'thc Portuguc?o
tenms won out in the big piills nt tho
Midway last ccning, tho llnwiilis
tugging it nwny from the Hiiehiics
and tho Portuguese team, lifter a
see-saw contest, winning from thu
Aloha-AmerlcniiB. The first defeat
was accomplished In two mlnutci nnd
the second triumph was scored In fif
teen minutes. The former wiih ono
of the shortest pulls In tugs-of-war
Tomorrow night thoro will bo other
pulls: Huehues vs. Poolas, llon'o
lulus vs. O.'lt. & L., nnd Alohas vs.
THE OIL carrier Santa Rita soiled
early this afternoon ln water ballast
for Port Harford, where Bhe will tako
on another loud.
THE FIRST TIME IN HONOLULU.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE IT!
Open July 16th
BERETANIA OPP. SMITH ST.
KAMS vs. XEI0
PUNAH0US vs. SANTA CLARA
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
A Jesiro to shun your meals
Is a poslttvo indication of
Bomo disturbance of the diges
tive system that cnlls .for a
fow doBes ot tho Bitters
promptly. It will correct the
stomach and cure Poor Appe
tite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Heartburn, Costiveness, Gen
eral Weakness, cr Malarial Fe
vour eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for you. .
If they DO, take them to
A. N. SANFORD,
Oahu's Supers Uors mot nt their
rpcnlnr tltm InHt ovnnlncr. mid trnnp-
pcted routine, business. Not ocn tiro
scmlilnnco of a sensntlon arose, con
trary to tho usual rule. Tho usual
Mils for the month woro passed, the
Ticasurer'B lonort for Juno re.id mid
Pled, ond rcirarts from nro Chlct
Thurston mid Sheriff I.uikca ucro
placed on file.
A letter fiom the Honolulu Rapid
Transit & Land Company was rend.
In which It was stated tluit tho plan
for tho pnWng of Queen Bluets us the
Boat U had submitted to tlietii, wen)
perfectly satisfactory and that tlioy
would bo pleased to coopciuto with
thu Board. A letter from Wm. Kulil-
Inum, asking for moro pay ns a polio
officer nt Wilmnnnlo, was lead, nnd
tho matter v. ati"refcrred to Supervisor
Cox, who was to confer with Iho hlior.
Ill nnd report at Iho next meeting.
THE U. S. A T. Sheridan arrived
nt San rranclsco scsterday.
When you think ot netting a Refrigerator, ask these
questions, and get at the right answers:
Does the Refrigerator "Make Good" I Does it do what
its makers claim, or only part of it?
Docs it utilize every ounce of ice to the best advan
tage? Is it easily cleaned, strong, durable?
Wc would be glad to have you investigate the
after this manner; and you'll
It Davies & Co.,
Onr equioment for prodnoing it includes Steam at all hours, White
Suits for Milken, Covered Buckets with Absorbent Cotton, Tail Hooks for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
that the contents of t he new Heinz SANITARY
TIN will have the slightest contamination from acid ac
tion or fermentation that is made impossible by the spe
cial construction ot the can, and your
is just as delicious and wholesome at your table as it was
. when taken out of the kettle.
THERE'S NOTHING THAT GOES QUITE SO WELL
' AS HEINZ Apple Butter. Always Fresh
in Small Tins.
II. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
HKLKNA, Mont., July 1.1. Alton
15. Parker, Democratic candidate for
President four )cars ago, sns ho will
tike the stump for I!rnn.
FAIRVIBW, Neb., July IS. Sam
uel Gompers says that organized la
bor will voto for Itrjan.
JAPAN'S NEW CABINET
TOKIO, Japan. July 13. The Jnp
uncsc Cabinet will probably hno
Kntsuru for Premier, Komura for
Foreign Affairs, lllrntn for Homo Af
fairs, Okalio for Justice. Komntsil
hara for Education, Ooto fur Com
munications, nnd Our.i for Commerce.
1IANNA, V)o., July 13. Tho Un
loll Pacific roal initio has been re
opened. Flfty-bcvcn bodies were
HEPFNER, Ore., July 13. A
iloudbuist did much dnmngo hero,
but thcro was no loss of life.
EULENBERG IS ILL
BERLIN, Oer., July 13. Prince 7tt
Eitlcnberg is 111, and his tlal has
been delayed In consequence.
BALTIMORE, Mil., July 13. In n
storm on tho bay nlno peoplo from
this city li.ivo been drowned.
' BISHOP POTTER BETTER
COOPERSTOWN, N. Y July 13.
Bishop Potter's condition has Improv
ed mid he may recover.
PROHIS TO MEET
COLUMBUS, O , July 13. The Pio.
hlbltloii Nnttntml Convention will
- VALERI0 IS DEAD
SANTIAGO, Chile, July 13. Ficd
rim Vnlerlo, tho plilKintliioplst, is
THE BARKENTINE S, O. Wilde)'
Hailed at 2:3'l o'clock this afternoon
for San Finnclsco, deeply laden with
be wise to do it.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, July 14.
8AN FHANClbCO-Armed July It,:
S. S. Eutei rrlte, fiimi Hilt), July 3.
S, S. Km cm, heneo July 8.
BRISBANE Sailed July 8:
S. S. Anrniml, for Honolulu.
BRISBANE Arrlvrd July 13:
H. 8. Manuka, liencu Juno 27.
x a a m m s k a a a an a h m m
it S It S K Jt )Ut R K K K K M K M
Tuesday, July II.
Stnir. Santn Rltn, for Poit Harford,
2 p. in,
Am. bktne. 8. G. Wilder, Jackson,
fur San Francisco, 2 AS) p. in.
1! K H K X K It !t M M K it !! K X
Tuesday, July 14.
M. N. Co. S. 8. Illlonlan, Johnson,
for San Francisco, nt 10 n. m.
Slmr. .Manna Kua. Ficcmau, for Illlo
and wny ports, nt 12 in.
a k it a x a x a ;t x k h
K SAILING TODAY
Jf X K K 8f X V. X JS it t K X X X 58
Slmr. Mlknlialn, Tiilletl, for Mini.
Moloknl nnd Lnnal ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Llkcllko, Nniip.ilii, for Knwal-
hae, Kohalaielo and Ookal.i, nt B p. ni.
Slmr. Despatch, Kokerwltz, for ban
Francisco, S p. in.
i S K X !t if M X !l It K )( X J( K )l
K SAILING TOMORROW "
K X X X f X ) -i X X M X X X X M
O. S. S. Alnmella, Dow-dell, for San
rranclsco, nt 10 . in.
Stmr. Mnul, Brtihn, for I'a-itihuu,
Kuknluit, Laiiiahochoo and l'jp.ialoa,
X K x n X X X X X X 5S X X X K M
Ji PASSENGERS DEPARTED
A x x a A & X X X X X X K X X 11
Per M. N. S. St Illlonlan, Johnson,
for San Francisco, July II. Miss G.
K. Brown, F. C. Chambers, W. E.
Chambers, Mrs. 'Chambers nnd chll
dren, Chlng Wa Chan, J. Dutot, Miss
M. E. roltz, D. Foibes, Mrs. Forlien
mnl C children, Miss Hopkins, Mrs.
Capt P Johnson, Miss Johnson, .lan'iub
loliuson, lthodcrlc Johnton, T. .1.
King, I.anl Magoon, Miss M. K. Ma
goon, J. Offergelt, Mrs. Offergelt nnd
2 Infants, .1. S. Heed. Mrs. Reed. It. A.
Itohblns, Miss V. K. Sarles. Win It.
Wntsim. Miss Miirlon Wright, Chlng
Per Btmr. Muuiri Kea, Frecnim, fur
Mnul nnd Illlo, July 1 1. W. W. Tink
er. W. A. (Irccnweil, W. I.. Castle. .1.
M. Ilowsett and wire, II. W. M. Mint,
wife nnd child, Mastor Dowsed, (. I..
MctJrrgor, Mr. Se.irle, (Un. Wall. C.
MI. Smith, II. E. YeamaiiH, Mrs llntlla
Mohoi), Ahblo Aliihou, Bro. Albert, Bio.
Maihlas, Bro. Vincent, Mrs. C. L. Fat
nnd child, John Brjant, A. A. Wilson,
Miss Bates, Miss Miller. Mrs. Widdl
field, A. C. Mabj, V McCauglicy. Hel
en Zerbo, I-oulsa Zerbo, Mis. II. L.
Kimball, Mis C A. Beiichniu.
Per stmr. Ko An Hint, for Kniiil,
July, 13. Mia. Ellut Ke.iloha, I.'. Kuu
H N X X K X K X X X X X K tf
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED
X tt R X H SrtWJ4-xaK
Per U. H. A. T. Thimi.ih, fiom Kim
1'rauclsco, July II. Mrs. E. L. Be i
nett, Mrs A. Crenshaw, Mis J It.
Dennis, Mu. (lelm and ditld, .1 It.
Hornbciger, Mrs. J, II. lloruberg r,
Mrs, A. W Hindi nnd child, W. P.
Kelly, Mis. II. O Lnlnl. Mis. C II.
Mcllrldo nnd sou, Jlra. t'.to. L. SmIMi,
Brig. Cen A C. Tnjlnr, Mis. A C.
Taylor, Mis C. T. Wilder and miii A.
C. Whci'lcr, Daniel C Gordon, William
II. Klff, Charles E Baker, John G.
Butler, Knln'i W Morgan, Charli t II.
Behave, William T. Stovcns, Wjatt
Cooper, James Miller.
f) " J
Tcmpoi attires G a. in., 74; X a. in.,
78; 10 a, in, 78; noon, 81; uiuiiiliig
Baiiinioler, 8 n. in, I10JI2; nb nliitu
humidity, 8 a. m, B.7CS, gflns per
cubic font; rclnllvo'huiiildlty, 8 a in,
Gil per cent; dew point, 8 u. m , 01.
Wind C a. lit., velocity !), dli'Cilon
IV, 8 ii. u., velocity 10, dliecllon E.;
10 n, ni.. voloclty IS, direction H. E.;
noon, velocity 17, dliecllon N. E.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 n.
m,, ,00 ltiLh.
Total wind movement during 21
lioiiiu ended ut noon. 307 miles
W.M. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather
(Continued from Poze 1)
of Iho coal'iu older to get ut tho'ho.irt
or tho lire.
Thu Naval Station lias had ninId
eiablo bail luik with Iho coal hloiud
theio tecoutly, rioru Is now only cum
t-hod left mi thu ictsci vatlmi which
has not ben visited by flro.
The Pleet Is coming,
up the City.
Let us clean
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mmd. We'll have,it 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.