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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings of beat lodge
ttARHONY LODGE, No. 3, 1 0. 0. F.
Meets every Nod day evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. V. Hall. Fort Btraat.
H. R. HENDRY, Secretary,
BEN. F. V10KERS, N. O.
All Tliltlng brotners vary cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 3, K. OF P.
Uceta every Id and 4th Tuesday
W each month at 7: JO p. m. at K. P.
Uall, corner Fort and Ueretanla SU.
Vlilttag Uroteeri cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
F. Tv'ALDKON, K. ot R. & 3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of ?.
Kaats every flnt and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Uall.
eornar Fort nnd Beretanla. VUIUng
arothara cordially Invited to attend
A. O. DKHRINO, CO.,
JA3. W. WII1TB. K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 810, B. P. 0. K
Honolulu Lodge No. SIS, B. P. a
C, will meat In tbelr halt on King
ear Port afreet every Friday even
Hy orde- or the hi K.
HENRY C. KA3TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, B. R.
7m. MTCTHXBY LODOE No.8, K.o F.
Meeta every Baturtay evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, or
Fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth'
ft eordlally Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEH, CO.,
H. A. JACOUBON. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AKBIB 140, F. 0. E.
UhIi an the Ind and 4th WKO-
NHSJDAY evanlnga ot each month at
I:9 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, eornar
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Vlaltlng Haglaa are Invited ta at-
W. L. FRAZEB. W., Preat.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TBIBS No. 1, 1. 0. B. H.
Meeta every first and third Thtire
la ye of each month at Knlghte ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brotbera cor-
Ually Invito to attend.
A. O. ARLEIGH, Sachem,
A. B. MURPHY, C. of R,
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO OALLEBY
Best and lateit method of photogra-
IT HOTEL 8TEEET near NUUANU,
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
B53T AND Al ICE OBBAH FABLOB
Delicious Cakei and Candies on Hand
IT Hotal St. Tel. 471.
F. &. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nanann & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Bibi.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel,
PAINTING, PAFEHHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty,
enlcrs fn Wall Paper, Paints, Oils.
12. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
M., opp. Aon rarK. w. a. Ram, mgr,
XCBLLKNT LAUNORY WORK
dona by the
1th their new FRBMOH dry cleaning
M Bsraaanla St Phone 1441,
is Seattle Brew,
the Best Ever,
Not too much
Just enough to make
a fellow. feel good.
At all ban.
BUN DOWN t
It will build you up
CMMBEAS DRUG CO.,
FOB. FOBT AND KING SIS.
When you get
ue to make
Our JM, nit.
GEO. A. MABTIN,
right next to the Orpheus. Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
FOR ANY OCCASION.
MM. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Blag. Phone 939.
Get a Victor
BEBGSTBOM MUSIC 00., LTB.
CENTENNIAL"! IBffI 7X0UX
New Shipment in on the Arkoaan
HENRY MAY CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Do you imagine any worth-while
buyer of real estate is going to over
look your ad. in the Bulletin t
Not unless he is sick abed.
Rent Frankjln cara. Stkyda. Stbli.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Me-
Leod, for the pleaaantest auto ride.
Moana Hotel bath house mil bo
open overy evening during month nt
Governor Freer an n member of
the party which went to 1'cnrl Harbor
Mrs. E. M. Taylor Is prepared to
furnish flowers for any occasion. Alex
ander Young building. Phono 339.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Deputy Attorney ucncrnr uirnncn
has returned from Huwnll, whore ho
has been attending the term of court
Gcorgo P. Dcnlson has bought 0295
square feet of land along uingnnm
street, Honolulu, from the Hawaiian
Trust Co.. Ltd.
Lcahl Chapter No. 2. O. E. So. will
hold their regular meeting this even
ing at 7:30. All Waiting members nru
Invited to attend.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. 0. O. F
will meet In Odd Fellows hall this
Monday nt 7:30. Visiting brethren nro
cordially invited to attend.
On installments of 13 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort SU Phone 488.
Coat your iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Peacock & Co. were granted their
application for a restaurant liquor
license for the Royal Annex nt a short
meeting of the Liquor Hoard on Sat
urday. Governor Frear nnd his staff will at
tend the reception on bonrd the Flag
ship Connecticut this afternoon, leav
ing the Executive Building shortly be
fore 3 o'clock.
Captain Parker of tho police depart
ment wns taken suddenly ill last even
ing as he was about to lcavo his house
for tho station. Tho nttnek was sim
ilar to one he had at tho police head
quarters several months ago when ho
fell upon the street.
During tho coaling operations of tho
battleship Minnesotn, just as tho work
was about finished nnd some of tho
men wero skylarking on tho dock, nn
automobile, driven by somcimo un
known, rushed on tho dock, knocked
down nnd ran over ono of tho sailors
nnd then disappeared. Tho man Js
not seriously injured.
Last Sunday afternoon, tho Chris
tian Endenor Society of Central
Union Church held their regular
monthly serlce. Tho principal ml-
dress was delivered by C. w. Rcncnr.
Songs wero sung by the member of
tho society In n very pleasing man
ner. Tho meeting was closed by tho
distribution of fruit to tho lnnuUs.
Tho open air servlco nt Emma
Square last night was a success. The
choirs of St. Andrew's cathedral, St.
Peter's and St. Elizabeth's, accompa
nied by tho band, sang "Onwnrd Chris
Hon Soldiers." "Nearer My God to
Thco." "Tho Hymn for Those at Soa,"
and "My Country TIb of Thee," tho
assembly joining In tho singing. Bish
op Rcstarlck spoke on tho subject,
"Quit You Like Men, Be Strong." and
tho Rcv.W. II. BHhs spoke on "Obed
ience." Patton and
Sign To Box 25 Rounds
JACK SCULLY ARRANGES GREAT BOUT
Tomorrow night, following tho
show which ho gave Saturday night
tho best fistic event whllo the Fleet
has been hero Jack Scully will gho
a boxing exhibition nt Independence
Hall, the ltko ot which has not bcun
seen In Honolulu In many a day. He
has actually matched Patton and
Schlossberg for 25 rounds. Think of
It! A real go, nt last, ot n duration
to try tho mettlo ot the men; a go to
a finish, ot tho type ono reads about.
This morning the match was mado.
The men will box ut cntchweights in
the neighborhood ot 17fi pounds.
There la a side bet of 1G00, which is
MAINE AND ALABAMA ARRIVE
MANILA, P. I., July ID. Wlicltss communication has been estab
lished with tho battleships Malno and Alabama, which will air ho here
at noon Monday.
PORTLAND, Or., July 18, A.
embezzlement of SUiO.OOO, in his management of tho Hnwtliorno estate.
CAPT. M'OREA IS DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., July 19. Cuptaln Mc.Crca, tho former com
mander of tho battleship Georgia, died hero today nf Brlght's disease.
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VILLAGE DESTROYED BY FLOOD
VIENNA, Austria, July 19. A vllhigo near hero was destroyed Sat
urday In a flood, twenty-two of tho villagers being killed,
SOLDIERS IN REVOLT
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, July 19 Sonn thousand troops sta
tioned ut Monastlr wont out In revolt Sunday.
SIX KILLED IN COLLISION
WARSAW, Ind., July 18. In tho collision of nn auto with u train
In this city six people were killed.
GREAT DAMAGE IN STORMS
MADRID, Spain, July 19. Storms have done greut damage In tho
valloy of tho Ebro.
A. N. SANFORD,
lAttoctattd Vrnt Sprclal Cable
FA1RVIEW, Neb., July 20. Can
didate Bryan has made an appeal to
the Democratic papers of tne country
to secure contribution of funds with
which to carry on the National cam
tAmoclaitd I'rrm Special Cablt)
MADISON. Wis.. July 20. For
mer United States Senator W. F. Vi
las has suffered a hemorrhage of the
brain. His condition is critical.
PUERTO COUTEZ. July 20.
Mexican war vessels are expected to
arrive here soon.
TABRIZ, Persia, July 20. The
cause of the Shah in northern Persia
is lost. The rebel forces are coi
nletely in control.
entirely n persnnnl matter with the
men, and not with tho promoter be
At preliminaries to this greatest of
'contests. Jack has urrauged n gn of
six rounds between Prcndcrgast ot
the New Jersey and Hulhtil, tho pop
ular local man, ut 13! pounds, and
onto wrestling hy Sailor Roberts and
men fioin tho shlpi. Roberts Is to
throw two men in un evening. Ho
will go up against II. Charlesworth
'and the champion ot tho Louisiana.
I Tickets nro now on sale at tho
Fashion Cigar Store. Tho boxing Is
to bo nt Independence Hall.
L. llolso has been arrested for tho
p to t fe to m ta ) rsa rti ',..
S FLEET WEEK PROGRAM f
tottotototototoBtsltoruti'ue.d wm tiwsimtaitoratoea(tut2
MONDAY, JULY 20 Morning: 0 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Cempany, to Pearl Harbor and Wahiawa; Pearl Harbor trip
and band to officers; fish ohowlcr: hookupu, Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday. Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3, polo, Kapio
lani Park; 7:30, first boxing match, second tug-of-war at sports pa
vilion. TUESDAY, JULY 21 Morning: 0 o'clock, excursion Oahu Hallway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and Wahiawa; Pearl Hnrbor trip to
officers; fish chowder. Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 7:30,
boxing (for sailors only), at sports pavilion.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Afternoon : 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3.
polo at Kapiolani Park; daylight fireworks by Japanese Entertain
ment Committee on depprturs of Fleet.
The band program for Fleet we:k, as arranged, is:
July 17 Morning, Naval parade; 1 to 3 p. m., Wild West Show; 4 to 0,
Captain Rees reception; evening, ball at Waikiki.
July 181 to 6 p. m., Wild West Show; 7:30, fireworks.
July 192 to 8 p. m., concert, Moana Hotel.
July 20 D a. m., hookupu at Oceanic dock; 4 to 8 p. m Naval dock;
evening, Young Hotel dance.
July 21 3 p. m., polo game; 7:30 p. m., snorts pavilion.
July 22 1 :30 p. m., baseball; 4 to 8 p. m., Naval Dock.
TO MEET OUR FLEET
AUCKLAND, N. Z., July 19. Adnilinl Pooie, with two warships,
will meet the American Atlantic Fleet nl Suva nnd nricimpany It hole.
The entertainment planned In New Zealand Is an elaborate one, Parlia
ment having arranged to ndjourn for the ten days that Admiral Spcrry
and his men arc In port.
At Sjdncy tho program prepared Includes n series of receptions, n
review of troops, nnd excursions.
Tho festivities nt Melbourne will hnvo as features horse-racing and
prize lights. Burns, Squires, nnd Lang having agreed to be there during
tho stay ot the American ships.
No Corporation Money
For Republican Campaign
QUEBEC, Canada, July 19. Tho celebration of the throo hundredth
nnnlversary of the date when Champlaln lauded on the present slto of
this city will begin Monday, the relclirntlnn to be opened by n historical
parade Tho Prince of W'nles, who Is to bo the guest of Canada during
tho celebration, Is expected to arrive on a British man-of-war on Wed
nesday. In 1C08, Samuel iln Champlaln landed on tho site r tho present city
of Quohco, establishing a military and trading post there, leading to tho
Inter establishment of the headquarters In the new Trench possessions ot
tho Recnllct nnd Jesuit missions. This wns tho first regular French set
tlement established ltr Canada.
Bremerton's Big Dock;
Montana Is Accepted
WASHINGTON. I). C, July IS.
aro the lowest bidders nn tho $1, ('-',
the' Bremerton Navy Yard.
WASHINGTON, I). C, July 18.
en route to San I'lnnUmo. Sho wil
WASHINGTON, I). C. July 18
the wireless station nn tho l'mallou
Louis nt n distance of 1460 miles.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July IS
been accepted by tho Goiernment. S
linn. Captain Alfred Reynolds has b
Taft Join's Shovelers' Union
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., July IS.- William II. Tart states that, tho
Republican National C'onrurltteo will iot accept (outrlbutlons for cam
paign expenses from corporations.
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CHINESE ARE GRATEFUL
PEKIN, China, July 19. Tang lino Yl, tho former Governor of
Mukden, has been appointed a special represontatlvo of tho Chlueso Em
pire to go to Washington to thnnU tiro American Government for remit
ting tiro unpaid balance ot the Boxer Indemnity.
COLON, Panama, July 19. Tito cruiser Dcs Moines Arrived hero to
day from Guuutanamn with 1G0 marines, who hnvo received orders to
hold themselves ready for field service. It Is believed that they ate to bo
pent to Honduras on tho Des Moines.
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REPUBLICAN LEADERS CALLED
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo., July 19. Frank II. Hitchcock, chair
man of tho Republican Campaign Committee, has called n conference of
tho party leaders of tho WcBtenr States to dlscitas pinna for tiro ennr-pilgn.
JEALOUSY DRIVES TO MUBDER
PORTLAND, Or., July 19. Dald Conclll, tho cook of tho Arling
ton Club, today murdered Mrs. Sharp and un unknown man and thou
committed sulcldo. It la bollovcd that jealousy prompted the .tragedy.
TAFT JOINS SHOVELERS' UNION
HOT SPRINGS, Arlc, July 19. William H. Tnft has been oleeted an
honorary member of tho Steam Shovelors' Union In recognition of the
work ho has accomplished ut the Panumn Canal.
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JUSTICE FOR CENTRAL AMERICANS
SAN SALVADOR. C. A., July 18. Tho Central Atnerlcnn Court of
Justice Is preparing to Investigate the tioublc between Salvador, Guate
mala, and Honduras.
SHERIDAN WON DISCUS THROW
LONDON, Eng., July 18. In tho Olympic games, Sheridan, nn
American, won the discus throw by 12S fiel unci 8 Inches, which Is the
The ErlcKhorr Company ot Seattle
(I (10. granite anil concrete Or) dock at
The cruiser Albany Is nt Panama
1 touch nt Amnpala nnd land two
-Tho Navy Dennrtmeul reports that
ii8 communicated with the cruUcr St.
Tho armored cruiser Montana has
he Is a Bister ship to the North Caro-
ccn nsslgned to tho command.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday July ZJ.
GRAYS HARBOR Arrived July 17:
Schr. Robert Lowers, hetico Juno U.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July IS:
Bktno. Irmgnrd, for Honolulu.
1III.O Arrived July 17i
8, S. Tctntr, from Knhultit.
Mnnylny. July 20.
Schr. Crescent, Olson, from New
castle, n. in.
Br, bk Cnrrnilnlc, Smith, f i tint New
castle, n. in,
K DEPARTED X
A 3 2 X 2; K M T Jl 15 K 55 Jt It X
Sunday, July 19.
Am S. S, Rosccrnns, for .Monterey.
Am barge Monterey, for Monterey
.n tow Hotocrnnx).
PASSENGERS ARRIVED 8
K a m
Per stmr W 0. Hall, rronr Kami,
Jul) 19 M Knwablrn, Ynnimlii Julia
l.ullne and child, Kwnug Lung, Mauler
Kwoug Lung, T Iziiiul, H KlkuMilge,
has. Young, C Ah Chung, A. InnxlJI.
Mr lirtrt i lluir. Muster 1!irtreH1tii'
Cha. Benl.1'. E. II. Bio.ulbcnt. K. Hu
tnrh. M. Bruce. .Mr. Kinsman, Alex.
Keku.r, "- dick.
l'er Klmr. Mlkah.il.1, from Minil and
Molokul. Jul) 1!i Hi-. A. II. WVy-
mmttli I' rinliluln I" T nlenerl II
11. Wcllor, W. A Sparks,' Rev. J. Ta-
nana, suss i . ranaki, .Mr .Nnnnno, ,.
Sn)cgusa, C. Timadc, Mrs. J. Aea, ,.
Jones, u, Tiillersen, J, lioiiMan, .miih
I'oiinlalri, 1 1 dc ck
Per il. N S S. l.urllne. from San
French co, Jul) 19. Einesl Ewiiih, Mr.
Lewis, Mr. Rautz. Mr. Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. llhliop, Miss Madden, James
Wakelrold, Mr. nnd Mri. Kny, Jos.
Iddy, Mr. Urunncy.
Per stmr. Kln.ui. frum Kauai pnrtu.
July 19 Excursion party of 115 cabin
,ukI 21ft (Pelt passengers.
l'er Htmr Nllhnu. fioin Anabolic.
July 19. Joe Rodriguez, Mr Hupuzo,
FLEET RIFLE TEAMS
AT PRACTICE TODAY
IIIIlc teams fioin the Ohio, Louis
iana, Virginia .and Mlstnurl, went to
tho Port Shatter rifle range this
morning, to practice This wenk Is
being clono In order that n challenger
Ironi tho Melbourne teams may bo
taken up. The best rllle men of lire
Fleet hnn gone to take part In tho
big national shoot, nnd this leacn
onl) partly Inrxpetleucod men with
the armada. Howcer, nn effort li be
ing mado to get Into form, and tho
men are being gircrr all tho pinctlco
which the) can ixHslbly get
Tho te.iiiiH ngilnt which limy will
go up against aro known lu be among
the bert kci that there l- not u great
show as the J.ccklea from Uncle Sam's
(hips winning unless they work haul
overy ehnnco they have
No target prnrtleo li to l .Indulged
In until the ships arrive at .Manila,
when tho big guns will again be
OPEN FOR VISITORS
According to the usu rl custom,
(ho warships which aie not coal-
Ing or entertaining fiuni.illy, and
which aro at the dorks, nro open -f
from 1 to fi p. in, for lsltors. -f
Today, these will bo tho Illinois
f nnd WliTonsIn The Connecticut
had lsltors on !u..rl yesterday, f
TLEET NOW COMPLETE
(Continued from Pace 1)
fruit for the jaekles, was making Ihu
tour of tho harbor this morning, at
tracting not a Utile attention, and
bringing Joy to tho men In the arlous
Gcuemor I'rear railed Ibis morn
ing on Ailmli.il Sperry, un boa-d tho
Connecticut, nnd a number of o'ber
callers were recoiled nil Ihiciugh tho
Tho Arethusa has returned to Ibis
pint, preparatory" to sailing fur San
rinnclhcii The water boat Is to ko
out of eomrnlbsloii
Evcnlnn Bulletin 75 per month.
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that m.
noe, rowing-beat, or yacht which you
nave in mind. We'll have it rendv
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it. however? n
Charles D, Walker,
Bot and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL
A Moet Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERa" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KING ST. PHONE 823.
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