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VBKINO RVILUSTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, AUO. C, 190S.
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WEEKLY CAIEKDAR j
Hawaiian Stated Second.
Honolulu Chapter Pott Mas
ter Most Excellent Master.
Pacific Third Degree.
All visiting members of tho
Order are cordially Invited to
nttend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meots every Monday evening at
7::0 In J. O 0 V. Hall, Fort Street.
E. II HENDRY, Secretary.
11EN. K. V1CKEUS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
KYSTIC L0D0E, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4 tit Tuesday
of each month ut T 30 v. ill. at K. 1.
Hall, corner Port and lleretanla Sts.
Visiting Ilrothora cordially welcome
W. L. LYLK, C. C,
Y. WALDRON, K. of 11. & 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Kort and lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A 0 DEEKING, C.C.,
JAS W WHITE, K R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G16. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, 11. P. O.
H will meet lu tbclr hall on Kins
near Fort Street every Friday evon
Int. Dy order of tho E R :
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.ofP.
MgctH every Saturday evening at
T:S0 o'clock In K of P. Hull, eor.
Fort and lleretanla Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W L FIUZEE.CC,
E A JACOUSON, K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 3nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenlnss of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, coruor
LUreUnU and Kort streets.
VIMMitff Eagles are Invited to at
tond. W L FRAZEE, W. Prest.
H T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Wests ovory first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A II ARLEIOII, Sachem.
AB MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Beit and Latest method of photogra
IT HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
JC HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BWX AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. &. Magami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General J Vjing A Specialty.
Dealers in W u Paper, Paints, Oils,
eta. P. 0. Box 914. 331 No. King
St,, opp. Aak Park. W. B, Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
367 Bertnia St. Phone 14BL
NOISSEUR GETS THE
MANY REASONS, and
HE CHOOSES HIS
is his favorite beer because of
At the bar.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
TOE. FORT AND KIN! SIS.
You save I
When you it
us to mikt
Our t5, lttiti
QB0. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Oipheum Theater,
Come np 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 Eaiy-Payment Plaa,
SEK0NR0M MUSIC CO., LTD,
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Pkona 830.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
en and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa,
Wholesale and Retail.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad. is surer.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyda. Stbls.
Mrs. Fred W. Hecklcy Is seriously
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 101, J.A.
McLeod, for plc.isantcst auto ride.
During the fifteen das ending July
31, there were flo deaths from tuber
culosis and ono from typhoid.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
W. C Peacock hns been awarded
tho victory over Iho International llar
cstur Company for Infringement an
ii p.itent disc plow. r
Mrs. Patrick Hllva and Herbert
Munilnn, a conductor of tho II, U, T.
& L, Co, were last ociiIiik tnarrluil nt
the residence of tho bride.
It Is probable that thero will not bo
another meeting of tho Land Commis
sion nppolntcd by Governor Frcar un
til about the first of September.
On Installments of S3 per month sou
can purchase n White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Penny & Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12GG Fort St. Phone 4S8.
A Japanese, named Furiisho, was to
day arrested on thrco charges of tin.
Ilclous Injury. Ho had been cutting
hnrness belonging to other Japanese.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Aiantc
You will bo surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
con be procured at this office lor nve
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Tho caso of David C. Kaniaitoha, a
chauffeur arrested fur heedless drlv
Ing nn Kalakau.i ncnuc by Olllcer
Ix-al, came tip In the Police Comt
this morning, but was continued until
Miss Mntid Ross last opening cele
brated her nineteenth birthday by a
party at her residence on l.lllba street.
Among those present were Mrs. Rik
ncy. Miss Hannah Smith, Mr. ami Mrs.
Herbert Muiidiin, Miss Mary Rush,
Mrs. 1 1 ii. Dai Id Desha, N. O. St. Clair.
Geo Schilling and others.
ALAMEDA HAS MANY
PEOPLE OF INTEREST
Cam a great number of local peo
ple, and 70 cabin passengers in nil,
Iho O. S. S. Alameda sailed this morn
Ing nt 10 o'clock for Snn Fianclscii.
Sho had on boiud tho Hawaiian rlllo
team, six members of tho l.umley com
pan), and a great number of Honolulu
people lioiind for tho Coast.
Resides a full list of passengers, tTio
had n full enrgo below hatches.
As Purser Smith remarked. It will
be a merry ciowd unless thu licit
strikes n nor-w ester.
Chicago, July 28. Trade of tho
United States with the Orient, Aus
tralia nnd New Zealand amounting to
01 er $50,000,001) nnnu-ill), and of Can
nd.i with tho same countries, has been
dealt n seviro blow by tho transcon
tinental railroads, which bale decided
to abandon a largo portion of this bus
iness on November 1st.
Ily tho samo action tho railroads
routiolled by Edwurd II. Iliirrlnian,
linnet J. Hill, tho Ucrwyiul sjiidlcito
mid tho Canadian Goiernnitut havo
made It possible, It Is iibserted, for the
Japanese Government to reallto speed
ily its ambition to become master of
all the trade on tho Pacific.
Tho Canadian Pacific, Great North
ern, Northern Pacific, Union Pacific,
Southern Pacific, Oregon Short I.lno
nnd Santa Fo roads havo served no
live upon shippers that they will go
out of tho expoit trudo to China, .lu
pan, New Zealand and Australia No
vember 1st, and practically will ah in
don tho Import trade
In mi doing tho roads arc earning
out n threat which was made to the
Interstato Conimerco Commission nt
tho tlmo that body Issued what is
known as rule 8U, which requires rail
toads to publish thu Inland propor
tions of their lmiiort and export rates,
and, as subsequently modllied by the
Commission, not to chango theso ratei
under Ihreo days' notice for lowering
and ten diijs' nut Ice for an increase.
It Is staled that tho Hues ot steam
ers maintained by Hnrrlman roads
through tho port of San Francisco,
through tho port of Seattle by tho Hill
lines and through Vnncouvcr by the
Canadian Pacific road will soon bo for
sale, and that tho Japanese will bo tlio
Tho railroads argued unsuccessfully
heforo Iho Interstato Commission that
the only way they could remain In the
Astatic trade was to havo a frco hand
In making rates overnight and secret
ly In ordor to successfully compete
with tho Suez canal route, which draws
its tonnage from points nearer the
seaboards. Orcan rates lliictualo
dally, and It Is Insisted that thu modi
fied rulo of tho Commission, which
permits of a change in rates on threo
and ten dajs' notice, would bo of no
practical benefit to tho railroads.
J. C. Stiibbs, trafllo director of the
Hnrrlman lines, Btntcd that It tho in
land pmportloiiB of tho Import and
export rates wero published, so that
tho shippers of domestic nrtlcles could
know tiiem, thoro would at onco ho n
concerted howl that domestic rates
weru too high by tho comparison.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
KING ST. PHONE 525.
CUMMINS FOR SENATOR
DUHL'QUB, Iowa, Aug. 4. Governor Cummins Is n candidate for the
vacancy In the United States Senate
Aug. 4. Tho United
FOREST FIRE DYING OUT
VANCOUVER, II. C, Aug. 4. The
forest flroi nre ill Ins down. Tho
losses nro fifty dead and six millions
of dollars in property.
ORPHEUM STARTS WITH
Willi tho Hltonlan nrrlied tho re
mainder of French-Fuller all stnr
i inudcilllo Cro., which will bo pre
sented nt the Orpin urn for tho first
tlmo tomorrow (Thuri-dai ) I'leiilug.
Smiling Joo again smiles, as tho seats
tell fast, and till who wish to sco this
excellent vaitdovlllc company should
order their seats now.
(OoatUwd from Pico 1)
"Wc havo tho experience of tho
CillfornlnnB to guldo us mid wo
should learn by what they have
gotio through.. They had thousands
of carloads of fruit that went to
waste when they were subject to a
general hlt-or-mlss policy of market
ing, and open to tho wiles of the
commission merchants, Finally they
got together. They bad their ropro
fecntntlics in nil the principal mar
kets. They put the fruit wlicro It
was needed, and stopped cutting thu i
Ilircnis nf earl, ntlmr liv ruslilnir to
one center and filling It so full that eil8e boforc "" lf ',0 U,lnkB tllnt such
zunteono had to sell at n I llllnir loss action Is win ranted. However, wc,
"the" Trkct. were' wRho,u! Wr, havo been wntch.ng devcl-
Hiipply. jopments In tho caso from tho begin-
"Our pineapple people should not
get Into such n position Wo iniisti1"0'11 Press, aim u may no mm wo
Iixik after thu fresh fruit In everv
waj protect It from foreign compo-
tltlon nnd from ill-timed .ompetltlon
111 our own ranks."
Mr. l'axton, In lefi'rrlng to Dele
gate Kiihlo's proposal fur u gcncial
tariff conference, said that ho
thought It a splendid Idea, nnd tho
sooner tho work started tho better.
He believes that Hawaii should start
Its camiMlirn enrlv and havo a com-
plete array of facts ready for tho
Said She. Did tho story ion were
writing when I last saw jou end hap
pily or unhappily?
Said He: Unhappily
the imlillrli -
pi M ritfitknil l,i iir,o,it II '
nounced by competent judges
to be the most healthful of all beers, as
well as the most palatable.
It contains only 2 1-2 per cent of
alcohol the tonic and nutritive pro
perties lie in the hops and malted
caused by the death of Senator Al-
States Fleet Is now 1017 miles
ZEPPELIN'S SHIP FLYING WELL
Aug. 4. Atn lato hour tonight Zep
pelin was still 11 Ing, with the pros
pects good for completing the twenty-four
STRIKE AT WINNIPEG
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug. 4.
A strike has been ordered for tomor
tow. PLAGUE BREAKS OUT
FAYAL, Azores, Aug. 4. Tho
bubonic plague .Is spreading here.
SUPERVISORS AND GRAND JURY
(Continued from Pare 1)
torlnl body will Itself taku n hand In
the matter nnd conduct nn lniestt
gatlon. This Is tho general lmpics
slon, nnd It was borne out by the
statement of a prominent member of
the Grand Jury this morning. Tho
Grand Jury was In session for a short
tlmo this morning, but tho only mat
ters that wero taken up, so far as
can bo Icaincd, wero small nnd unlnt'
"Regarding the Inukcn nolo mat'
tor," said ono of tho members of the
Jury, "Attorney Genornl llemcnway
has Unit In charge now, nnd Mr.
"emenway, wo lecl. Will piaco 1110 .
"""? "s lllc uro "roiignt out in mo
!" commit an investigation ot our
own- Mr- "cnieuway Is nt present
working nlong such lines, and It may
tin Mint lie will lilnrn wh it lie lenins
10 that lie will piaco Mint ho leains
bcroro us. ,t(m ,fho ,ateiit, nn It.illui, named
Attorney General Hciiicuway stnt- aincuinliil. bus been rcmovi.il to n hos
ed that ho had considerable ot tho In- pltnl nt Callao.
vcstlgatlon which he Is conducting
finished. Whether or not ho would
l'lnco tIlQ cnso Moro tllQ Qraml Jllry
" '" l wish io siaio, mil 1110 pro.
liabilities nro that evldenco In tho
matter will bo heard befoio tho Ter
ritorial Inquisitorial body.
H. G. It. Aluxnuder, president of the
Continent!!! Casualty ciimpiii of Chi
cago, was reelected president of tho
Ifllnrililttnnnl AKknHntlmi (if ArrMnnt
1 underwriters at tho closing session of
tho convention nt Atlantic City, N. J.
People are beginn
ing to understand that beer
is not an intoxicant, and that,
if used as a tonic and bever
age, there is nothing more
beneficial to the
Primo Beer has
Perf eot Vision
is possessed by one person in a
We oan give you glasses that will
correct imperfect vision.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, August 4.
MONTEREY Sailed July 31:
Sp. Falls of CI do, for Honolulu.
MONTEREY, Sailed Aug. 1:
S. 8. Hosocrans, with Monterey, for
SALINA CRUZ Arrlled Aug 3:
S. S. Texan, from Illlo July 2(1.
Wednesday, Aug. 5, 1S03.
NEW YORK Hailed, Aug. I:
Ilk. Niutanu, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Aug. 5:
8. 8. Hongkong M.iru, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Aug. 5:
O.S.A T. Sheridan, for Honolulu.
IIILO Snllcd, Aug. 3:
S. 8. Virginian, for Salln.i Cruz.
MAKAWEt.I Sailed, Aug. 4:
Sell. Annie E. Smale, for Astoria.
THE KINAU arrived this morning
from Nllhau nnd KnunI, with fielrjit
as follows: 25 head cattle, 35 buj
taro, 14 empty wluo barrels, S barrels
empty bottles, 13 empty gas drums,
200 cases pineapples, 50 cases lionuy,
.10 nips wax. T. bundles lililca. 2050
hags A sugar. 12 antes peirs and 07
. T,I,U OII(?ST WM- "' n' c,,.',
" l'o today, owlngto tho Imelj
',., 8llf;';;.,;::!:1"Jn' """ "'0
Tm; uAltKr.N'TINE Irmgaid sails!
tomoriow for S.in Pranclsco, with sug-
nr. Sho returns hero later on for nn -
, innmsTh is been round In
A c3fO OI leprosj I1.1S Deell lOllIUl 111
nrousliic conslderablo nnnrelicn
PACIFIC SUGAR MILL.
A special meeting ot the stock
holders ot tho Pacific Sugnr Mill will
bo held nl the otllce t!f F. AtSthacfcr
& Co , Ltd., In Honolulu on Satur
day Stli August, 1008, at 11 a. in.
J. W. WAEDRON,
Secretary, Pacific Sugar Mill.
Honolulu, Aug. !th, lflOS. 4071-31
.Wednesday, August G.
M N, 8. sHllonlan, Johnson, from
San I'ranclscA, 2:15 p. m.
A.-1I. S. 8. Columbian, Colcord, from
San Francisco, Vi a. m.
Stmr. Kliiati,' Gregory, from Kauai
and Nllhau, 5:20 a. m.
i 1';' .
Tuesday. August 4.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Pedeticn, for'
Knti.il, 5 p. nr
Stmr Mlknhala, Self, for Moloknl
nnd Maul, G p. nt.
Stmr. llclenc, Nelson, for Hawaii,
Wednesday, August 5.
O. S. 8. Alameda, Dowdoll, for Sail
Francisco, 10 a. in.
I Pel M. N. S. 8. Hllonlnn, Johnson,
finiti San Pranclcn, Aug. 5 .Miss E.
G. Olsen. Miss. Fodlan, Miss S. Me-
I Kay, O. Harris, Miss Anderson, Mr.
T. Wiser ntm child, sirs. i. a. iuiu
ird, S. T. Haywood, 8. C. Hnywood,
vi'i f Hnywood. Mra. 1 1. T. nay-
wood, Mrs. J. Pol)', Mrs. N. Stewart,
G II. Cuitls nnd wlfo. II. T. Havseldcli,
Mrs. M. A. Ross, Miss G. J'eiison,
Mrs. W. J. Robinson and 2 ililldieu,
Master Lombardo A. Felrcln, Mist (1.
Felrela, Mis. A. Felrela. Ur. M. Felr
da, M. Dcmelh, J. M. Jones, 8. I.
Jones, J. It. So.ua, E. C. Picric.
Per S. 8 KIiiiiii, Gregory, from
Kauai and Nllhau. Aug. C C. Scliocn
Ing. II. Heliuckc. 1J. F. McCorrlsti.ii,
Mrs. West and children. A. Menglcr,
W. K. Whlttlngton, IJ. It. Vlila. Mrs.
Choy Chin, FiiJII, S. Yam ise, W. Mnt
btislilt.i, It Ito, Y Odo, Miss M. ChliM,
II . Ehlers, Mra. laiikca. E. Honda,
I Honda, Ah Chong, Hong Wwong, .1.
Inonjo, Mis. M. Carolina, Cap). A. C.
Nellsou and 4u on deck.
1'cr (J. S. S. Alanicdn. Dow dell, for
San Pranclsco, Aug. 6. Mrs. A. 11.
.Arlelgh, P. A. Ritchelor, .1 W. Hers
ctroiii, Miss 11. Ilunnelle, W. M. Coop
er, Mrs W. C. Crook. Jr., E. It". Crook,
8. A Crook, Miss 8. Ho Korrcst". John
Iluke, .Miss IJuke. Mrs. TIhh. Dunn nnd
Infant, Miss J. Earley. Mra. A. C.
Emery, V. Eudey. Mrs. W. M. Olltnrd.
II. HaiiPberg. A. 8. Kntua, Miss Mao
Keane, E (1 Keen, Mrs. E. G. Keen,
Mrs. A. Kledllil, J. S. Low, Mrs. J, 8.
Low. II. Marjhall, Mis. V C. Moffltt,
T. E. Montgomery St C. Moore, Mrs.
St. C Moore. Mis. C. McCarthy, MIhh
Ida McDoiuld, Miss E. McLean, H.
, JlcKuy. .Mrs. II. rrice. I. ruriiy, .i. v
Pratt. O. A. Rlggs, Mrs. (1. A. Rlggs.
Mis. W. It. Rllev. Mrs. J. W. Short.
W. K Tucker, Mrs. A A. Wilder. Ottn
Winkler, Mrs. M. Winston, C. R.
Woodhouso. S. G. Walter and win.
National Rlllo To tin: Lieut. Col, John
W. Short. Lieut. Col. Arthur Cojne,
MnJ. W R. Riley, Capt. M. M. John
son, Capt. A. W. Nccly, Capt Chas.
M. Coster, 1st I.lcut. O. J. Wlillelic.nl,
lht. l.leut U A. K. Evans, Scrgt. E S3.
Ilarry. Sergt. E. Hopkins, Sergt. Jo 10
renelrn. Scrgt, Sumner, Corp. Joo
Guuvela, Corp. John Stone, Private
Wm. Cullllngv.nrtb. Prlvato IJ. K.
I.emon, Private E, II. UlanchurJ. ,
Private T. J K. Evans7 -WA'-1
Pel stmr. W. G. Hall. Thompson, for
Kauai, Aug. 1. Mrs J II. Ciimmlnga,
Miss riimnilngs. Mlsn Haven, MIsu
Mlllo Reldel, Mini Mctn Iteldel. Mrs.
V. Reldel. Mis Ed Knudsen, A. G.ut
ley, Prank Iliiekluirdt, Miss A. Klein
1110, Mis. D. A. White. Julius Cltconib,
II J Eyinaii. T. C. Davles.
Per htuir Mlkili.iln. Tui.elt. for i'o-
loknl nnd Maul, Aug. I P. W. Pease,
P. I,. Glbxm, A K CaCicart. Mrs A.
K. Cathcart, Mrs. lions, Mrs. Allio
Spencer, V. (lenoies Mrs .1 P llrown,
Miss A. llrown, Athcrtoii Gllmi'ii. I,.
Webster, U. Stelner.
Teiiipoiatinei On in, "'; R 11 111.,
70; 10 a. m, 78, 110011, St; iiiornlng
Ilarumeter, 8 a. m, 30.01; nh.oluto
humidity, 8 a. 111 , G.!7u grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a m..
(il! per cent; dew point, S n. 111 , fi."
Wind C 11, 111., velocity 3, dlicctlou
N. E.; 8 11. 111., velocity II. dlipilluii
N. E ; 10 a. lu, volecltv IT,, direction
N E.; noon, velocity 18, direction
Ralnfajl during 'U l.ouis ended 8 n.
111.. .00 Inch.
Total wind 11101 cment during 21
boms elided nt noon 2.12 mllei
WM. R. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
P1EDRAS llLANCAS. OAI..
Notice Is hereby gli'en that Plolr.m
III mens Whistling lluoy, PI), II. was
peiuiniieiitly discontinued July 23.
PORT ROSS COVE, CAL.
Notice Is heiehy glien Unit ubiiiit
AuitiiHt 23, V.I08, Port Ross WhlblHng
lluoy, p.iluteil led, and iiuukeil PRO,
will bo established In nliiiitt 20 fith
unis of ivnter, to mark tho outeimost
ibingei to navigation off r"uU i.oi-s
Al.ltlON RIVER, OAI,.
Notice Is also given th it about Aug.
2il. 11)08, Albion River Whistling lluoy,
PS, mnrked AI.I1ION In black, will bo
istubllshed, to maik tho entrance to
Albion River, Cnl.
llj older of thu Mghl-Houso Ilo.ud.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin rjlvea a complete summary of
the news cf the day.
S3T BULLETIN ADS PAY m
tq yourself and let us build tint ca
noe, rowinR-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have jt ready
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that you will wonder how we oan
do it. We've done it, however: 10
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King nr Alapai,