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"bVEKINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 4, 1908. '
Hawaiian Staled Second.
Honolulu Chapter Past Mat
ter Mott Excellent Master.
Pacific Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
'HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Ifeeta every Monday evening nt
7: SO In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKEI19, N. a.
All vlnltlng brothers vory cordially
MYBTIC LODGE, No. 2, X. OF. P.
Meets every 2d nnd 4th'Tucsday
oi each month nt 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
nail, corner Fort nnd lloretnnla Sts.
Visiting Urothcrs cordially welcome
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON. K. of R. ft S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Horetanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. (I. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. G16, II. P. 0.
B., will meet In their,' hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. By order of the E. R.:
HENRY 0. EASTON,
TO. II. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
''Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
JXirt and Horetanla. Visiting broth
em cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZHE, CO.,
E. A. JACODSON, IC.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 1th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'olock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Derttanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meats every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor
dlally Invited to attend.
A. n. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
' A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Beat and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
IT HOTEL ST.
F. $. NagamU
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. XOTEL ST. bet. Nuuann & Bethel.
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalts, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANCHNG AND
General Jo' 'j'ng A Bpeoialty.
Dealers in Wc'.l Paper. Paints, Oils,
ce. P.,0, Box 914. 221 No. King
It., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with, their nw FRENCH
' drv-eleaalrb; process.
57 Beretania St. Phone 1491,
MANY REASONS, and
HE CHOOSES HIS '
is his favorite beer because of
At the bar.
RUN DOWN t
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KTHi Ml.
When you gat
us to male
Our 125. suits
f SO. up.
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Otpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect
and receiut for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat. O.V.S.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BEBGBTROJC MUSIC CO., LTD.
MRS. E. X. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. ., . , Phone 386.
The latest and larerest assortment
of hand-made and" painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Fresh Every Morning from Wahlawa.
Wholesale and Uetail.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day,
.LOCAL AND GENERAL
People with services to sell should
let a B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad., at one
cent a word, help them.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyda. Btbls.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLcod, for ple.isantest auto ride.
8ecnro the bargain In rooming liouso
offered by P. E. It. Straiich. Seo his
ml In this Issue.
Mrs. Ilecklcy, wlfo of Fred Hecklcy,
Hawaiian Interpreter of tho Circuit
Court, Is seriously HI.
Tho band plays nt Emma Square to
night. Not Thoinas Square ns given
In tho morning paper.
Miss Clrnco Tower has decided to ex
tend her visit In Honolulu till the Ala
medn sailing August ZG.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Reeister or Tvoewriter. Phone 143.
Wm. C. Achl, Jr., will leavo for tho
States 1 nllio Alamcdn tomorrow morn
ing. Ho will bo nwoy from tho Islands
for many years, stinging law.
On Installments nt S3 per month you
can purchase n Whlto Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1260 Fort SL Phono 488.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Aranic
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
If you wnnt your house to look clean
nnd fgresh three or four years after
being painted, liavo llio painter uso
Pure Prepared Paint now. Lowers &
Cooke, Ltd., agents.
Ikua Purdy and Archlo Kaatia.
chnmplon ropers of Hawaii nul, will
cavo In tho Alameda tomorrow morn
ing. Thuy will try their skill In rop-
ns contests n tho StutcB.
Y. Klmurn. tho editor of tho Japan
Chronicle. K. Y. Tanaka of the Nlppu
JUL nnd II. Murakami or llio Hawaii
Shlnpo, left this noun In tho Mauna
Kea for Maul, where they will spend
a vacation of two weeks.
Tho Owl five cent clgnr is growing
more popular with smokers every
j car. Muny prefer It to the higher
priced Havana brands. Try It nt M.
A. Gunst & Co., Fort and King streetB.
Tho Smith-Premier Is easily ino
most popular typewriter used today.
Every convenience thnt has proved
prnctlcablo Is embodied In this perfect
machine. Hawaiian News Co., agents.
When you nro ready to appoint your
executors, select thoso who cannot af
ford to misappropriate funds. Tho Ha
waiian TniBt Co. has a reputation for
honesty nnd competency that Is n
Tho now lino of Alfred Benjamin
sultH nt Tho Knuh Co. nro proving
cry attractive. They aro mndo of
good, honest material and sell for a
good, honest price. Single and double
Land Commissioner Pratt ana Ter
ritorial Surveyor Wall wero In con
sultation with Governor Frenr tho
greater nart of this morning. Mr.
Pratt, has everything nliout proparcel
for his trip to Washington. Ho leaves
tomorrow on tho Alameda.
The Territorial Board of Immigra
tion met yesterday and discussed tho
proposition of bringing European im
migrants here. Ono of tho members
of tho Board said after tho meeting
that it would cost about $10,000 for
tho transportation of tho Immigrants.
Tho matter will bo dlscusBcd again nt
a futuro meeting.
Chief Sanitary Inspector Keen Is
busily engaged In preparing tho re
port of conditions surrounding the
laundry of Theodore Richards mi
Vineyard street, and ho will probably
submit It to the Board of Health today.
Tills morning Mr. Keen has been nt
the laundry a great part of tho tlmu
getting data for his report.
On account of tho fact that thcie.
are usually peopio empnncica irom
tho other Islands to Bervo on the
Grand Jury, and they deslro consldei-
able time In which to proparo to como
to Honolulu for borvlco, It la p;oiiab!-s
thnt tho Federal Inquisitorial bod)
will bo drawn shortly after tho Unit
ed States District Court again opens.
Court hnB been adjourned until August
28th. and it Is probablo thut tho Jur
ors will bo drawn the day following.
Tho matter of tho taxes In tho es
tate, of tho Cummins minors, which
was reported on by John Murcallln')
as Master yesterday, is causing somo
trouble. It was shown by tuo Master s
report that no taxes had been paid by
tho guardian, Fred Wundenberg, since
1902 tin to the present dato, anu were-
foro these, with the penalties, adver
tising, and other expenses wero sur
charged. Tho Court this morning set
tho matter over until tomorrow nt i
o'clock for final settlement, when
more evidence will bo brought out.
Attorney General Homcnway Is en
gaged In looking up tho question,
brought out by ono of tho counsel,
that tho taxes wero charged directly
to tho estuto Instead of to tho admin
istrator. BOOZE BOARD MET YESTERDAY
Tho Board of Llccuso Commission
crs hold u mooting yesterday afteri
noon at which" several matters of Bmnll
import 'wero tBkcn up nnd disposed of,
Tho transfor of- tho license for tho
Royal Annex from W. 0. Peacock &
Co., to Al. Thurlow was approved by
tho Board. Tho application of MrB,
Kleinmo for a Sunday prlvllcgo was
referred to tho Attornoy General.
Tho Hoard will meot again tomor
row. A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S, KING ST. PHONE 525.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 3.
offlclnl orders to sail for Honolulu on
KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE
oam UlTfn rt Alio- a. .1
Three women and two chlldien wero
killed In nn nutomobllo nccident hero
today. The machine was driven over!
nn embankment and ovcrturneu on
FOREST FIRE STILL RAGES
FERNIE, B. C, Aug. 3. Tho
forest fire raging In tho 131k River
Valley Is progressing toward the
SA1T0S TO GIVE
Tomorrow night. Jnpaneso Consul
General Salto will glvo n farewell par
ty to tho Japanese on tho third floor of
According to the report of one who
Is in iios lion to know, about four hun
dred Invitations liavo been Issued to
llio local peopio.
Besides singing, Hpcechmaklng nnd
probably Japanese dancing, tho lopnl
Japanese champion Juggler will bo
E' V1 " X, " u.,rta!mako good went the more they wero
...J W.."U. .... .............. . - .
leavo on tho America Mnru, August R
During tho evening light refreshments
will bo served to the guests. ,
CHANGES IN BOARD
, " , , ,
as a rcsun. ' "''' "' cal standard. Any Fort of a man may
teachers for tho coming clicoi jtur, .,.. i, ,u ,,
u general shake-up In tho oilVr of llio', not bo taken, ns, nftcrjio Is once en
Board of Education lias taken plnco listed, ho Is to serve for four ycaro,
n , .,.... 1.. . l...i...nt... 1...C ' n...l In I.. 1 1 .. n fn. f. tl.nalnn If lift llP
Vt V. IIUIUWIU, iuiiilill inn,"-- t,, u..
been appointed prlnrlpil of .lie Kr.u-1
luwcla school. His place as Normal 1
inspector will bo UKcn iij aci 10.11 ,u, wor, m(l ,,u must ,)0 Siccln.lly
Agcnt Cox, whoso place Charley Still- . f . aBvr ,
man will move forward a step and nil.
FLEET SUPPLIES BIDS
Lowest bidders on food supplies for
tho Puclflc Fleet, tho bills being
opened nt tho Naval Station yesterday,
Metropolitan Moat Company Beef,
152.000 pounds, nt 9 cents; mutton,
20,000 pounds, at 11 '4 cents; veal. 43,
000 iinunds. at 11 cents; pork loins
50.000 pounds, nt. IB cents; bologna
umwntrn. 83011 nulatldH. nt 12V4 CCIltS'.
friinkfurteis. 10.700. pounds, at 14
cents: pork sausfcges
at 15 cents; hams, 14,000 pounds, nt
17 cents; hamburger stcaK, vmui
pounds, at 10 cents; corned beef, 13.-1
600 pounds, at 10 cents; fish, 9500
pounds, nt 12 cents; nnd eggs, 3S00
dozen, ut 30 cents.
Envies & Co. 230,000 pounds o po-
tnloos. nt S1.75 nor hundredweight, and
sooo pounds or-onions, at i.75 per
C. O. Yoo IIoi) Vegetables. 50.000
pounds, nt $1.75 per hundredweight.
May & Co. Cabbages, 35,000
pounds, nt 2 cents per pound.
A SEAL HEROINE
Author: I have decided to mako
you tho heroine of my noxt novel.
Miss Cnusdnue: On the stiength
of tho fact thnt 1 read your last one?
Soda Water Prices have been cut from
35c to 30c a dozen
60c per case
Although our Soda is Rnown 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
The Pacific Fleet has received Us
PETTIBONE IS DEAD
np.VVKtl rinln.. Anr. 3. Petti-
bone, the ofuclnl of the Western Fed-1
eratlon of Miners who was Indicted
with Moycr and Haywnrd for the nl-
icgert muruer oi uovcrnor oieuncii-
berg of Idaho, died here today
NEW YORK, N. Y Aug. 3.
Fnrman's trial flights with lili now
airship have been pronounced suc
cessful. $700,000. FIP.E
CHICAGO, HI., Aug. 3. A fire In
tho grain elevator district today has
resulted In n loss of $700,000.
Some misunderstanding has grown
up over tho rejection of several Ha
waiian applicants for positions In tho
Navy by tho recruiting officer nt tho
station, Cnpt. Moses. Of course tho
rejected men understood, but tho fur
ther the stories of tho failures to
coioreu, until ino report uccuuiu tm
rcnt on the waterfront that there was
some sort of discrimination ngnlnst
llnwnllan applicants for enlistment
In the Navy.
This is distinctly not tho ense, as
tho recruiting offlcor has no discre
tion In tho matter. Ho Is governed
by regulations which nro explicit.
The man must be of n certain physl
tuiu ,o ill iiiiu .... .. ,...... .. ---
COInc3 disabled whllo In tho service,
Tllen tno wori no has to do Is spe-
list In tho Nnvy. nnd It Is n matter
of tho individual fitness of tho man,
THE ALAMEDA sails for San Fran
cisco tomorrow with n largo cargo.
Sho Is duo to leavo tho dock at 10
THE NEXT Anierlcan-llawalliin
sailing from San Fruncltco is tho
Mexican, leaving on August 12th.
THE AMI. S. S. Virginian sailed
Inst evening from Hllo for Snllna Cruz
with u full load of hiigar.
THE 1RMOARI) has Just moved tc
the railroad wharf, whoio bho Is load
lug susar for tho CoasL
midsummer Hats at
HIBS POWER'S MILL1HEKY.
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
LADIES' AND GZNTLIMEN'B HATB
Of All Kinds.
is possessed by one person in a
We can give you glasses that will
correct imperfect vision.
IN FORM PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAH
Monday, August 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 1:
S. S. Arabia, henco July 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 1:
S. H. Atlzonnn, for Seattle.
MONTEREY Arrived Aug. 3:
S. S. Rosecrans, wllh bargo Monte
cry, henco July 19.
KAHULUI Arrived Aug. 3:
S. S. Alusknu, henco Aug. 2.
Tuesday, August 4.
MONTEREY Sailed July 31:
Sp. Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
MONTEREY. Sailed Aug. 1:
S. S. Rosecrans, with Monterey, ror
SALINA CRUZ Arriicil Aug. 3:
S. S. Texan, fiom Hllo July 20.
' August I.
Temperatures (1 a. in., 71; 8 a. m.,
78; 10 n. in., J8j noon, Slj morning
Baiomclcr, S n. in., 30.05; nbsolulo
humidity, S n. m., 0.474 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u. in.,
C3 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., 04.
Wind 0 a. in., eloclty 5, direction
N. K.j 8 n. in., velocity 12, direction
N. E.; 10 n. m.. velocity 20, direction
N. E.; noon, velocity 18, direction N.E.
Rnluf.ill during 21 hours ended 8 n.
in., 0.02 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 255 mllCH.
WM. 1). STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
THE SCHOONER II. C. Wright Is
making u long passago from Snn Fran
cisco. Sho is listed ns 18 days out
this morning. Both tho Irmgard and
tho Kalulonl hnvo come Into port
slnco tho Wright put to Ben, and both
sailed behind her.
THREE INTER-ISLAND boats
sailed this noon. Tho Mauna Kea
wont out on her regular run to Maul
ports and to Hllo: llio Hcltrio sailed
Tor Hawaii, anil me rsoean wijui uui
for Honokaa and Knkiilhuele.
SAILINGS nt C o'clock this after
noon In tho Inter-lklnnd fleet will be:
Tho Hall for Kaunl, tho Mlkahnln for
Moloknl and Mnul, and tho Ko A'l Hon
goes out for Kuual also,
THE A.-H. S. S. Alaskan Is duo hero
on Thursday, ono day eaily. from Ka-
liuliil. Sho sails Thursday ovenlng
for San Francisco, leaving tho lock nt
6 p. m.
THE I.-I. S. N. CO. Is soon to liavo
modem overhead nppnratiis for tho
hnndllng of coal for Us steamers, at
tho Bishop wharf.
THE ALAMEDA Is at tho rntlroal
wharf today, getting on n part of her
Special Soda Made From
. DISTILLED WATER,
Fifty Cents per Dozen.
' Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Am. bk. Kalulonl, Colly, from San
Francisco, n. m.
'" Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Pcderson, for
Kauai, 5 p. m. , ,
Stmr. Mlkahala, Self, for Molorfal
and Mnul, G p. m.
Stmr. W. U. Hall, Thompson,
Kauai, 5 p. m.
Tuesday. Aug. 4.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Maul ports and Hllo, 12 m.
Stmr. Hclene, Nelson, for Hawaii,
Stmr. Nocntt, Mitchell, for Honokaa
and Kukulhaclc, 12 in.
O. S. S. Alamada, Dowdell, for San
Francisco, 10 a. in.
:.:. N. 0. S. Hllonlnn, Johnson, f.-om
A.-H. 8. S. Columbian, eolcord, iroiu
San Francisco, a. m. '
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Per S. S. Mauna Kea. Aug. 4, for
Hllo and way ports. R. J. Buchly, 11.
C. Bawe, Mrs. Bawo. Miss Uawe, Sam
MrCnll nnd wife, Mrs. F. W. Carter,
Miss Sybil Carter, Mrs. L. A. Andrews.
I). F. Thrum, wlfo nnd child. Carl
Wldeinnnn and wife, J. F. Woods, wlfo
nnd children. James L. McLean ami
party, K. T. Cooper and wife. Miss V.
Thurston, Miss II. Brandon, Miss It.
Jocclyn, thrco Santa Clara ball play
ers, W. Leo Kwal, J. Leo Kwal, W.
Piestlgc, O. Clcnim, D. Mnkacna nnd
wlfo, F. II. Burch, Miss Andrews, Mrs.
Baggy, Miss Carroll, W. H.- Castle, A.
11. llrnwn. L. Luwtnn-Rraln. Bualrlcu
Castle, Mnrgarct Castle, Miss Coulter,
Miss Castlu, Linda scliaeier, "
Ethel I.o Tonea, En Ton Leo, Mrs. C.
K. Stlllman, Mrs. 11. L. Ross and In
fant, Mrs. L. do L. Ward, Miss Ross,
Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs. Cnlliiirn, .miss r.iiyui
Hall, Mies Emma Hall, Miss Elizabeth
Long. J. Perrelra, A. Hall, Fred Clin
ton, Harry Saylor. Mr. Hlncs, M.
Cooley, Mlfs Ilallnrd, Mrs. Buhler,
Mrs. Brandon, tlireo moro annta uio
ball players, Lieut. Turner, Cnpiaiu
Baker, Sam Parker nnu who, jusb
llentrlco Camiibell, MIbs Muriel Camii
bell. F. Klanip, Miss A. M. Held, Mist
II. E. McCrocker, Miss Fllkes, Miss
McKny, MIsb Allyn, Mrs. Spencer nnd
two children. It. R. Bryant nnd wife,
Mlis Ella Parker. Miss Nichols, tho
thrco Misses McLean. Mrs. A. S.
Wight, Mrs. Evans, Miss Taylor. T.
Lou'll, L. Klncnld, C. Stevens, thrco
moro of thoso Santa Clara ball players,
Richard Buhler, E. Ballard, O. R.
Lumley and yet nnothcr trio of Santa
Clara ball players. Miss N. A. Mackes,
MIsb M. J. Mover. Miss F. L. Turner,
Mrs. L. C. Train, Dr. J. M. Whitney
and wlfo. Chong Loy, C. Aklnn. O. A.
Berndt.Mrs. M. F. Potter, Ellzabey
It. Victor, W. Ij. liowuru, ii. w. oiijii'ii
Peter Lee, Mrs. C. Gay, A. L. uastio,
R. A. Young. II. L. Norrls, W. R. Kel-
kcr, It. S. Ilouget, C. F. Robins, M. do
F. iSplnola, E. S. Capclias, L,. A. An
drown. PAS8ENQERS BOOKED
I'nr O. S. S. Alameda, for Ban Fran
cisco, AiiRust G. 8. A. Crook, D. Mc
Kay, Mrs. I. MCDonnlil, .miss u. a. no-
dalo, Mrs. A. D. Arlelgh, wibb ijuko,
Mrs. F. II. Whiting. MrB. W. C. urooK.
Miss Jnlla Clullck, MIsb N. D. Stophen,
MIsb Uccke, MrB. May Winston. 0i
Itlley. Miss M. Loomls, Miss Wirt, Mr.
nd Mrs. norfistrorn and two children,
mim Mrl.ean. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. G.
Kecne, Mr. Giles, I.. Y. T. Iii, Aloy
Sooiik, MIsb K. Knmnka, E. 8. Ilarry
nnd wife. Mrs. O. C. Perkins nnd
irlond. W. M. Cooper, Mrs. W. LnnK-
Ion, Mrs. J. Early, Miss u. urininiou,
V. Kndny, i:. T. Wlnnnt, 8. C. Ken
nedy, IJunt. Col. John W. Short nnd
wlPy. MnJ. W. II. Riley and wife. ScrRt.
I:. 8. Darry anil who, urau wui.
thur Coyne, Caiit. M. M. Johnson,
Cni. A. w. N'rilv. Went O. J. White
head, Cnpt. Charles Coster, Ucut. I,.
A. K. Kvnns.I'VI. William liiiiiiiik-
worth, Pvt. I). K. Lemon, Scrfil. .i.
Oowelra, Corp. Joe Guuvcla, uori.
John Ctono, I'vts. Blanchard and Sum
ner, nnd about six inemucrB oi mo
Oi'iihcum company; Mr. and MrB. Jack
Low, Ikna Purdy, Archio Kaaii.i.
After a passage of 14 days fiom
San Francisco, tho hark Kalulaul, Cain
lain Colly, arrived In port this morn
ing. Sho had n quiet trip, with light
winds, nnd modernto weather all
through. This hark la now for tho
tlmo out of tho passenger himlneBs, ns
pho Is to quit the run to this port, nnd
go to tho Sound, wnoro sho will pick
up u cargo ror Australia.
DULLETIN AD8 PAY Tg
n vonrseif and let ui build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll haroit 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
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
iriniiiirttfin- i ifiifHHru