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KVENINO mJLI.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, AIM. .1, 1008.
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mas
ter and Moit Excellent.
All visiting members of the
Order ore cordlalb Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Utcts cTery Monday evening at
7:80 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. K. HKNDRY. Secretary.
HEN. V. V1CKUHS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ko. 2. K. OF P.
MccU every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7-30 p. m. at K. P.
null, coinur Fort and Ueretanla t.
VMtU.g l.rot'..ors eordlallj wclc.m
. U. LTl.n, c. c.
F. WAUMON, K. of U I 3.
OAHU LODGE. Ko. 1. K. of P.
sleets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially lnlted to attend, i
A. O. DKERINO, C.C.,
JAS. w. wmtn. K.n.s.
HONOLULU LODGE (JIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, U. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday evon
Inc. lly order of the n. U.:
HUNHY C. CASTON,
WM, II. McINURXY, E. H.
Wm. K'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
fleets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Hereunto. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. ritAZBE, C.C.,
K. X. JACODSON. K.K.S.
i HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. B.
Mecta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
BtTfitanla and Fort streets.
Vlilrlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend. Vv L. FHA7.EE. V., Prost.
II. T. MOOim, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meats every flist and third Thurs
days of each month at KnkjliU of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. B. ARLBIOII, Schora.
A. B. MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Lntest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
X. HAMAHOTO, Manager.
BS0T AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
IT HOTEL ST.
F- &. Naami,.
Kodak Developing, Printing-. En
largiuR and Interior Photo
graphing. MOTEL ST. bet. Nnuanu & Bethel.
THB CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealer In Wcl' Paper. Paints, Oils,
etc P. 0. Eos 014. 221 No. King
Jt, opp. Anla PaTk. W. 3. Km, mgr.
ZXCBIXENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
WHY TRY THE OTHER?
YOU CAN OET
AT ANY BAR.
cr2UUCU3xnanvtuMM m2UJ mm
It will build you up
CHAKSEERS DRU6 CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
When you (t
ua to make
Our $25. l0Jti
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to colleot
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat O.V.S.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BEROSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
People with services to sell should
let a Bulletin Want Ad., at one
cent a word, help them.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds Htbl.
II Colt llobmn linn removed his of
flco to tho Imivc building, upstnlrs,
Honk! Mould Call 1111 or 101, J.A.
llcl.eod, for ploasantest auto ride.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, 1. O. O 1.
will meet In Odd Fellows hall this
evening nt 7:30.
There will bo a 'meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No 21. F. . A. M., this even
ing, nt 7:30, at Mnvinlc Temple.
A live-room cottage, with modern
Imptnvcinents, nt Hlfi AIainl Btreet
Is for rent. Seo nd. In this Issue.
The Mclnerny Cup Rolf piny Is at
tracting much Interest ntuoiiR local
plajcis. The (list round Is now pan.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
"Al" Thurlow states ho is RolnR to
make his re-openliiR nt the Royal An
nex a "corker" with turkey, roasts
and all the fixings.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
Hewing machine Benny & Co., I.M.,
ngents. 1260 Fort 81. Phono 4S8.
Tho members of tho rifle team of
tho Hawaii National Guard are mak
lag splendid targets nt their shooting
practices at the Fort Shnftcr range.
Soda water prices have been cut
from ZGc to .'10c per dozen nt Foun
tain Soda Works. It. U croft, prop.
Phone 270. Order a case for home
Dr. nnd .Mrs. J. SI. Whitney nro
booked to sail for Hllo tomorrow on
mo .Manila Kea. Tliey will upend u
month on Hawaii as tho guests of V,
A map of the Knpau homestead
lands lias Jut-t been completed by tho
Government Survey Department. It
will bo need when these binds aro put
up for sale.
Governor Fiear this morning ap
proved n rule inado by the Board of
Agriculture nnd Fotestry regarding
the quarantining of lho stock com
ing In from the Coast.
Sirs. li SI. Tnylor. lho florist, still
tins a few beautiful .Mexican llowerlng
Iirms on hand. They nro rooted and
potted ready to set out, nnd aro much
admired. Price, 20c per pot.
Dr. Pottle, who was arrested for
not having a light on tho itg ho was
driving along Bcretunia uveuuo on
Thin sday evening, wns Saturday fined
to nnd costs In tho Polleo Court.
Harry Stein nnd Billy Howell, tho
two former popular bartenders nt tho
Young Hotel, will dlspenso beverages
beginning tomorrow at tho Iloyal An
nex for "Al" Thurlow, the now mnn-
Iand Commissioner Pratt was in
consultation with Governor Frear a
great part of this morning. .Mr. Pratt
will lenvo on tho Alameda Wednesday
with tho rlflu team, although ho will
not go as a member.
iiiram uingnam, Jr., lias been ap
pointed by tho U. S. Secretary of Stnto
enc or twelve, delegates to tho Pan-
American Scientific Congress to bo
hold at Santiago, Chile. He will also
leprcscnt Yulo University nt the same
Liquor Inspector Feiincll nnd eomo
police ofllcers last Saturday raided
Home Japanese teahouses on Vineyard
nnd School streets. It being suspected
that liquor was being sold on tho
premises. In one placo this was found
to bo the case, nnd warrants will bo
Issued ngnlnst tho man In charge,
Collector of Customs W. O. Alkcn,
of Walluku, Maul, was seriously In
jured while playing polo on Slondny
of this week. Ho was struck In the
eyo by n swift ball nnd his eyo Is
blackened nnd badly swollen. Wheth
er tho eyesight will bo permanently
injured is unknown.
Queer Situation In Court
Eugene K. Ruvaucholle, tbe ex-po-llco
officer who was recently acquit
ted on a clinrgo of receiving n
bribe wlillo u policeman, was again
In court this morning. Tho caso was
named as T. II. Davlcs & Co. vs. E. K.
Duvnuchelle, and Duvuuchelle denied
absolutely having over purchased tho
goods for which they were slicing
lilm for payment from tho company.
It seems that a man named Sillier
In 1901 ran tho Kalllil butcher shop.
Sillier owed IJuvauchello $75, nnd,
to got this off his hands, Miller turn
ed tho meat market over to Duvau-
chelle. Uavles & Co. allege that tho
formor policeman ran a large grocery
bill and that they havo repeatedly
asked him for payment.
There wore only two witnesses, ono
for the defense nnd ono for tho plain
tiff. Their testimony was diametri
cally opposed, and, under tho circum
stances, Judge Do Bolt stated that ho
could do no other than ronder Judg
ment In favor of tho defendant, Du
vnuchelle. S. F. Chllllngworth rep
resented Duvauchollo nnd Frank
Thompson argued for Davies & Co.
liiliiliMrfiM iiii,nlitiniijiM- i iii mil toif
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
FIRE DESTROYS FERNIE
VICTOIUA, II. C, Aug. 1. Fertile,
one of tho principal (oal-mlnlng nnd
lumbering towns of Knst Kooteuny,
was today wiped' out as a result of n
Fernle Is Importnut from the num
ber of coko ovens located there, from
which tho smelters of Great Falls nnd
Anaconda, Montana, drew their toka
supplies. Tho Canadian Pacific Hall-
mad owns the principal coal mines,
which nro among the largest In point
of production In Canada. The town
was partlallydcstrocd by flood two
cnrs ngo, nnd It has also been tho
scene of ono of the w.orst mining dls
uslers In the history of the country.
SAMUEL M0FFETT DEAD
SHAIIItiailT. Calif.. Aug. 1.
Samuel K. Moffett Is dead.
Samuel Erasmus SIofTett was n
prominent journalist nnd nuthor,
having been nn editorial writer on
tho Post nnd Examiner of San Fran
cisco, tho Now York Journal and
World, Collier's Weekly, and Wash
ington correspondent fur tho Exami
ner. From 1S91 to 1S93 ho was man
aging editor of the Cosmopolitan'
magazine. He wns the nuthor of sev
eral works on "political economy.
ATLANTIC FLEET REPORTED
SUVA, FIJI, Aug. 1.- Tho Atlan
tic Fleet nt S o'clock on the night of
July 31 leportcd by wireless through
the auxiliary S. S. Glacier here. Tho
battleships nt that time were In lat
itude S:50 south, longitude 108:30
west. Tho voyage from Honolulu up
till that time had been uneventful.
WILL CRUSH DEMONSTRATION
PAUIS, Franco, Aug. I Tho ex
citement among the laborltes over
the arrests arising out of the strike
elastics nt Vlgncuitx is Increasing.
The Government Is taking steps to
head on any further disorders, and
Is determined to crush any demon
strations that may bo attempted.
RAILROADMEN MAY STRIKE
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug. 1.
A strike among the lnllroadmcn of
Canada Is being threatened. This Is
an opportune time for the transcon
tinental railroad employes to gain
their ends, the moving of the grain
crop being due to commence this
PERSIAN OUTLOOK WORSE
TEIIEUAN, Persia, Aug. 1. Tho
political situation heio la giowlng
worse. Tho Insurrection of tho Par
liament against tho Shah and tho
tubsequcut fighting at Tabriz has
stirred tho whole country.
AUTO KILLS EDITOR'S WIFE
SANTA CUVZf Calif. Aug. 1.
Mrs. Frederick .Marriott, wife of tho
editor of the San Francisco News Let
ter, was killed in an automobile acci
dent here today. In which the chauf
feur was also killed.
GIGANTIC FOREST FIRE
WINNIPEG, .Manitoba, Aug. 2.
Tho latest Information fiom the
scene of the disastrous fire In British
Columbia, which wiped out tho town
of Pernio on Saturday, Is to tho effect
that 5,000 people aro homeless. Tho
fire has swept the country clean
nloiiB the Crow's Nest Pass and tho
Elk Valley .for ono hundred miles,
and tho list of tho known dead reach
es ono bundled. Tho loss will he at
least $n, 000, 000.
Tho Kettleis and tli03o who linvo
been living in Fernle are abandoning
tho country. Tho coal mines nro
threatened by tho nro, nnd tho tuti
ncl mouths have been scaled up to
prevent tho mines being set nnre.
Tho forest Arcs nro spreading, nnd
the llames have headed down the Elk
Valley in tho direction of tho Slon
PARIS. France, Aug. 2. Fifteen
of the dally newspapers of this city
will not he Issued tomorrow on ac
count of the labor situation, nrlsing
out of lho arrest of tho lenders of
tho Vlgneaux mining trouble bo
tweon employers nnd unionists. It Is
not expected thut there will bo any
goneral labor demonstration, against
which the city has been filled with
troops ready to suppress any disor
KEPT CRUISER OFF
WILLE.MSTAD, Curacoa, D. W. I
Aug. 2, Tho commander of tho
Dutch cruiser Gelderland, which has
Just arrived here from La Guayra, do-
Clares that he was refused communi
cation with the shore during the time
his vessel was off the Venezuelan
MORE AMERICAN LAURELS
PARIS, France. Aug. 2. The
Americans In. tho International ath
letic games hero havo won the 100
mcter race, the 1500-meter race, tho
400-meter race, tho polo vault, and
tno lilgli Jump.
SITUATION NOT SERIOUS
CARACAS, Venez., Aug. 2. The
rotations between the Netherlands
and Vonezuela aro not regarded hero
as anything borlouB.
FLEET PASSES FIJI
SUVA, FIJI, Aug. 2. Tho Atlantic
Fleet has passed this point on Its
is possessed by one person in a
We can pve you glasses that will
correct imperfect vision.
Ki il I
C. A. C. WANTS ONLY
A FRIENDLY GAME
Through n mistake, li list limn
stated that tho Chine o A. C. chal
lenged the Santa Claras to play ball
with them. Tho fnct U, no challenge
was Issued. It seems that the Japan
ese press has seen fit to take It up
nnd comment very unfavorably on
tho nerve of the C. A. C.
Manager SIcKenzIo nnd Cnpt. Chi
Bui had n friendly chat in which tho
question of n ball game camo up. The
Celestials nrc, of course, willing to
play n friendly gnmo at nny time,
but deny nny hint of n dcfl by cither
party to the matter.
MOH -SMITH GOES
ON HIS VACATION
Secretary of tho Territory 15. A.
.Mott-Smlth has felt tho call of tho
wild, oven ns our strenuous Teddy,
rud has hiked himself far from tho
raging city to the woeful wilderness
of Wnlulae, which Is Just on tho other
sldo of Kaliniikl. Secretary Slotl
Smith, however, would tako umhrngo
If Wnlalao were called a woeful wil
derness without some qualifying state
ment, for ho calls It "Tho Garden Spot
or ualut," winch poetical nnmu Is per
haps true. Sir. Slott-Smlth nnd his
family will spend two weeks at their
country placu nt Wnlalao. They left
last Satuiday. This Is a well-deserved
vacation for lho Secretary, as ho has
been a busy man fur tho Inst six
This evening thcro should bo n big
ciowd nt tho Empire to see tho great
fight between Tommy Bums, tho
American heavyweight champion pu
gilist, and Gunner Molr, the English
champion. This picture will ho on
exhibition for the first time today.
There will be no increase in tho price
of ndmlsslon. Do not fall to see, this
wonderful plctuic, consisting of nil
pieltmlnarles besides the main event.
SHOW AT 0RPHEUM
The Orphcum, nftcr tbreo days of
darkness, will icopen Thursday night
with the French, Hallcn and Fuller
Vaudeville Company. The show will
bo ono that the public can look for
ward to with really great expecta
tions, as every performer In It Is n
There arc no bad ones. Speaking
nf Hallon and Fuller In their sketch
"Election Bets," tho Oregon Daily
Journal of Portland says:
How bad most one-act skits aro
wns well demonstrated at the Grand
esterdny when wo hailed an effort
in that direction by George Cohan
with delight. "Election Bets" which
Sir. Cohan has wilttcn for Frederick
Hallcn nnd Molly Fuller, Is roally
Soda Water Prices have been cut from
35c to 30c a dozen
6O0 per case
Although our Soda is known to be Far superior to any
other made in this city, we have met the cut, and will supply
any of our popular flavors at 30c per dozen until further
No one can beat this offer the best qual
ity at the lowest price. This is your chance
don't miss it.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
I DISTILLED WATER
$ ..,.. .j.
CABLE REPORT OF SAB
Saturday, August 1.
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 31:
H. 1). Malichiirln. lor Honolulu.
HAN FItANCISCO Arrived .Inly 31:
Schr. Borcnlls, from Mnhukonn,1
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived Aug. 1:
U 8. Siberia, henco July 20.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Aug. 1:
B. S. America Slaru, for Honolulu,
t' JUTLAND Arrived Aug. 1:
S. S. Bucranla, henco July 21.
1I1I.O Arrived July 23:
Bk. Albert, from Port Gamble, via
HII.O Soiled July 2U:
S. S. Indravclll, for Portland, O.
NOW THAT sugar carrying con
tracts with tho Amerlcan-llnwa:i.u.
Steamship Company havo expired, n
pioposal Is being framed for presen
tation to tho Planters' Association and
lho I.-I. S. N. Co., for tho building of
a 9000-ton passenger and freight
steamer to run between this part nnd
San Francisco, the vessel to bo con
structed nt n cost of $1,250,000, nnd
tn bo capable of carrlng 300 passen
TOMOIIKOW IS sailing day for tho
Inter-Island fleet. Six vessels, aio
booked to depart. The Slaiuia Kea
goes nut at noon for Hllo nnd Maul,
tho Heleno at tho sanio hour for Hn
wall, and tho Noeau for Honokna ami
Kukulhnelc. At 5 In tho nftcrnoon tho
Mlknhala goes out for SInul nnd SIo
lokal. tho W. 0. Hall for Knual, and
tho Ko An Hou for Knual,
THE TRANSPORT IIUFOUD is duo
about the nth of this month, but ns
she is the slowest boat, excepting the
Crook, In the trnnsport service, she
may not nrrlvo until n day or two
later. She generally takes about
nine days to and from San Francisco.
PUItSEU CHANCY of the steamer
Hall reports the following sugar on
Knual awaiting shipment: K. S. SI.,
258 bags; W., 2000; Sink., 2514; O.
it., i:ir,o; k. p., i.iss; ci. f., 1200;
P.. 170S; SI. S. Co., 1000. Total,
IS, DCS bags.
A STEVEDORE was Injured Satur
day by a fall Into n hatchway of the
Alaskan, but was found at tho hos
pital to havo suffered nothing worso
tlinn n few bruises.
THE A.-II. S. S. Alaskan snllcd last
evening for Knhulul. to return to this
port Friday tho 7th, boforo sailing for
San Francisco direct.
HEAVY RAIN at Kulo, Maul, Is
reported by Purser Kcllctt of tho Ml
kahala. ISLAND BOAT SIIKAHALA'S car
go was 250 head of sheep and 34
THE IWALANI will shortly bo
icady to go back on tho Sloloknl run.
THE SIIKAHALA Is on tho marine
tho brightest thing In the playlet line
Hint they have given for weeks. That
Sir. Cohan has not a certain gift of
humor1 and considerable native tal
ent would bo us foolish to deny ns
that he has not wasted what ability
ho has In Inapt nnd generally objec
tionable, comedies. And tn "Election
Bets" ho has seized upon a very nb
Btird phase of politics, the "freak"
election bets that ornament our elec
tion days, and held It up for the far
cical ridicule that it deserves. The
plcco Is well given by Hallcn and Ful
ler. Popular Orphcum prices will pre
vail und there Is a rush for seats.
Judging by tho ndvanco sale, the peo
ple certainly wnnt vaudovllle.
J pV,ftrlft OA
Sunday, August 2.
Hlmr. Sllknhala, Ttillctt, from Slant
and Sloloknl ports, 6 n. m.
Btmr. W. CI. Hall, Thompson, from
Kiiu.il ports, C a. m.
Hchr, Slol Wnhlne, from Knhaln,
0:10 p, m.
Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Bearlo, for
Wulmnnnlo, 7 n. m.
Stmr. Ko An Hou, Pedcrson, for Kn
paa, Anahola, Kllnuen, Kallhlwal nnd
Hannlcl (Kaunl), S p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, for Siahiikona, Hono
kna and Kukulhnelc (Hawaii), S p. m.
A.-II. S. S. Alaskan, Nichols, for Ka
hulul, G p. nt.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Ttillctt, for Slolo-l-nt
and Maul ports, 1, p. m.
Stmr. W, G. Hull, Thompson, for
Knual ports, 5 p. 111.
Stmr. Slnuna Kea, Freeman, fur
Maul nnd Hllo ports, 12 noon.
SI. S. S. Illlonlan, Johnson, from
O. S. S. Alnmeda, Dow dell, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Per Httnr. W. O. Hall, from Knunt
ports, Aug. 2. E. Sclmrsch nnd wife,
11. l.lttlo. Sir. Wolfe. Amoy Fook Tal,
Cliau Chin and wife, J. B. Swansnn,
II. S. Yeamnns, Then. Cunningham,
SIIss F. Denier, Sirs. Renter, Ethel
Wnterhouso. Sirs. C. SI. Cooke, Sam
Mnhelonn, J. D. White, SIIss T. Sopcr,
nnd 13 deck.
Per stmr. Sllkahala, from Slant and
Sloloknl ports, Aug. 2. D. Davis, D.
Kahnulcllo, Miss E. Naopala, SIIss SI.
Fisher, Helen Naalaau, Sirs. Sledelroa,
Master Medelioa and 7 deck.
Tcinreratiiros 0 a. m 74; 8 n. m.,
78; 10 n. m., 78; noon, 80; morning
Barometer, 8 n. m 30.03; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. 111., 5.755 grains per
cubic foot; relative, humidity, 8 n, m.,
5C tier cent; dew point, 8 n. in., CI.
Wind 0 a. 111., velocity 0, direction
K.; 8 n. 111., velocity 12, direction N.
E.; 10 n. m., velocity 12, direction E.;
noon, velocity 18, direction N. E.
Ralnfull during 24 hours ended 8 a.
111.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 232 miles.
WM. II. STOCKSIAN,
8ectlon Director, U. S. Weather
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Dlroctor, U. B. Weather
THE KUKUI, 0110 of three vessels
of tho lighthouse, service which aro
coming nround from Now York to San
Francisco, Is to bo statotned at this
ONE HORSE, one surrey, nnd 6,000
bags of sugar formed part of tho
steamer Hall s cargo.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll hateit ready
in no time, and the prioe will be 10
low that you will wonder how we caa
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King nmr AlanaL
Special Soda Made From
Fifty Cents per Dozen.