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EVENINO nUt.LTCTIN, HONOLULU, T. II. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12. 190S
h ll LOCAL AND
m (airnmir a Triflhll
I -BiftOllHUy ffi ItfflPU ' " A Bettct Beer Than
I WEEKLY GALEKDAR ! srV
Rom Croix Special. 7:30.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Ordor are eoidlally Invited to
attend meetings of h al lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
UeeU everj Monday evening nt
TtSO In I. O. O F. Hall. Tort Street.
E R HENDRY, Secretary.
UEN F VICKERS, N. G.
All vUltlnc brothers very cordially
MY3IIC LODGE, No. 2. K. OF P.
MtoU every 2d and ,4tb-Tuesday
f ach month nt 7-30 p. m. at K F
Hill, comer Tort and Berctanla Sta
VMtlng P-rotheis cordially welcom
I. l.YI.E. C. C.
7 V XI OllON, K. of n. 4 S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meet! ever) first and tJilftT Fri
day ovenlng at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort and Rerotnnla. Vlilttns
brothers cordially invited to attend.
A. G DEERING. C.C..
JAS W. WHITE, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G16. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. G1C, 11. I. 0.
E., will meet In tholr hall on Kins
near Fort Street every Friday evon
Vas. By order of the E. II.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. H. McINKRNY, K. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.otP. I
JIaots every Saturday evening at j
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, cor.
Fort and llerotanin. Visiting broth
er coruiany inviieu iu uui-uu.
v. l. frazee, c c,
H. A. JACOIISON, K.H.S.
'.' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4tlf WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, corner
lliritanla and Fort streets.
YltltliiK Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Trest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets overy first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vlsltlns brothers cor
illully Incited to attend.
A. II ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Bast and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
it HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes nnd Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. S. Naganii,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet Nuunnu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
. THE CRITERION CArE,
Waverley Block Bethel
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
, Dealers in v. rnper, raints, uhs,
.etc. P. 0. 3o;: Hi. 1221 Mo. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W, B, Kam, mgr.
1 EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
f dry-cleanins process.
X3T Dercmiua oi. a nunc nui,
tiv t. i. a. M.&h.Ld.lLMiHl. CAtei . A, .AuUuAul
lias Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort ana King Sts.
When jou get
us to make
Our $25. suits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up find have some lun.
For The Home
On Oar Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROil MUSIC CO., LTD.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Ycung Bldg. Fhone 339.
EDGEW0ATH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest; and largest assortment
of hand-made nnd painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakca St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
I Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin gives a complete tummary of
the newt of the day,
j If m ' ' v bhr Goods,
Jr'"'g'"'"'1T- nl 6
I rAtn'.MiMi"Avit inn i a
i Tin .vit no rr.orc than E
Bulletin Want Ads. find serv
ants, houses, watches, dogs, or any
thing else, cither lost or wanted,
12. 11. Wodchouse returned
mornltiB from Kauai.
G N Wilcox of Kauai nrrUcd In the
Kluuil today on business.
Pnindlso of l'nclllc Fleet number
for xnle at all uonMtnnila.
Honnliilu Aeile No. 140 will meet In
IMhlitu hall this ucliln at 7:30.
A .McGinn, formerly of Honolulu, Is
In i n, IkiMub nrrhed In the Kinau.
A W.Ucihmino uiin iimoiig tho (i.ih-cni-ciB
wlio urrlvcil today from
Call 3C1 or 41, day or night, for
Mnnuul K. Richards In his new Frank
Dr. .Tnoa Pluto, the celebrated Por-
tugiiero ihBlcl.m, Is cxiiected heiu
shiMtly from I'm Ik.
I.iko your c.nruiKo or automobile
lo Hanallau Carrlago Manty. Co, lor
un to dato repairs.
Ehlers hae u salo of ladles' muslin
uuilenM'nr and chlldrcu'K clolhlng on
next Moudny, August 17th.
Fine fnt Kcvsu at tho Meliopolllan
Mrnt Market, teleiilinup 45. Illrdn fat
tened lu Washington for this trade.
Iter. A. L. Hall, uho has been In
the hospital fur tho past ten dns, left
for Maul M-gtorday on u Mieallon trip.
I;, II. Clark, clerk of tho Second
Oil cult Court, "liii tins been lsltlng
lu Honolulu, leturued yestcrda to
You can get any kind of fancy or
plain cakia at the Palm Cafe. Wed
ding or nnnhersary eakca mado on
llari Jueli his Hot left tho Held
of politics permanently. Ho Is at
present working for tho Mcttupolitnn
Mathers at Wnil.lkl know tho tin
pleabnnt results from u day In tho
sun. Head llrn?ou. Smith & Co . Ltd.,
Don t foi-gci that this Is baigaln
week m lllom's. Low prices liaM
been fixed on oery mtltlu In every
department, for a few days only
On liistallmeuts of $3 ir moiilh ou
can pin chase a Whlto Family Rotary
Keulng maclilne. Ilenny k Co., Ltd.,
agenis liWB Fort St. Phone 4SS. '
Pilmi liecr contains tho best kln'
ot m ill tonic mid food In u predlgesl
(il form That's why It Is good for
you Tr a glass with jour meals.
The combination lunch and dinner
t the Young Cafe are growing more
yopular ucry da. The ery best of
eer thing In town ul light prices
Have you seen it The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in nnd
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
0Gi-e Specialty Co., Ltd.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Get our orders In oaily for that
froh shipment of Puritan Crenmery
butler at May's. The llnest butter on
the market order jour now. Phone
All It takes to get n Victor is the
smalt umoiiut on spend on -nothing
Get one now for jour homo on mo
easj-pajment plan. Ilergstroiu .Music
What Is Encrglzer? Have you peen
Its marvelous effects ot tho Orpheum?
J. M. Levy & Co. have n complete, sup
ply. Ask the nun at tho counter or
Our Dry Cell Medical Iialterles
soothe nnd quiet nervous nnd iheiim
atlc troubles, nnd eventually ciik
hem. They nro perfectly icgulated
Holllater Drug Co., Ltd.
Pi lino beer lu tho best tonic jou
can use. Tho 2',A per cent of alcohol
In It Is too slight to be considered, ex
cept as It aids the dlgeatlvo functions
and soothes Hied nerves.
Superintendent of Public Works
Maistou Campbell Is willing to tiy un
e.xpeilmeut with explosives as u rain
maker If somo one will cuuiu forward
with tho necessary funds.
All the government omecs nro
closed today, by outer of Governor
lTcar, while the majoilty of tho biw:
ness houses tliioiighout tho city are
observing llio day as a holiday.
Miss Eulalla Druinmond and Wil
liam Hnpper were united in tho bonds
of matrimony Monday evening by
I uther Stephen, at tho home of llio
brldo father on Prospect street
lucio Is little question nbuut com
pleto, perfect fit, lu Steln-Uloch
clothes. They have that rate- harmony
of tit and lasiilon upproprlato to .jour
Individual needs. M. Melueiny, Ltd.,
A bench win i ant was today Issued
for Nainutn. who was .Indicted by the
Grand Jury for assault with n dcadlv
weapon on ins ex who somo nine ngo
lu Iwllel. Ills crlmo consisted In
heaving the afniesald deadly weapon.
lo-wlt, a veiy hard stone, at wlllot
head. Tho baud played this morning at
10 o'clock at tho Capitol, In honor of
1 lag-Raising Day. and w 1 play this
evening nt tho Youug Hotel loof gul
den and not at Aala Park Tomorrow
afternoon It will play ut Fort Shutter
mid in tho evening at tho Democratic
lally at Aala park.
Representatives of tho Japancso and
English newspapers wero entertained
at a very excellent dinner last oven
Ing ut thu Star icstaiirant Komntsu
anil Matskl aro the piopiletorH of this
new- establishment, and mo exper
ienced In the work of giving good
things in cat Tho restaurant Is sit
uated on Ueretania street, niakul of
tho (lie station, and, if tho meal last
night lu u sample, they merit a laigo
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
'62 S. KING ST.
iima.-ita'. . - 'til. - - ,. -
Roosevelt League Fails
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 11 --Tho regular Republican and
Democratic tickets were successful tit tho State primaries held today. Tho
Roosevclt-Llnroln League has can led only five districts In this ill), while
tho Hell faction secured majorltleA In only six.
i i m
TURKEY RECALLS MINISTER
WASHINGTON. I) (' Aug. 11.
been recalled by his Gnu'rnnient In imrsunnic of the puttluB Into opera
tion of the new const Itutlon recent ly promulgated by the Sultan.
PORTUGAL'S POLITICAL VOLCANO
L1SIION, Portugal. "g 11- The revolutionary propaganda h gain
ing strength, nnd urtiis mil homhs are being smuggled Into the uiuul'ry
for tho use of the revolutionists.
HONOR TO AMBASSADOR O'BRIEN
NEW YORK, N. Y, Aug. 11. Ambassador O'llrlcn, who Is hem on
a visit fiom Toklo, was entertained tit lunch by the local .la.i.Miese society
WINNIPEG STRIKERS QUIET
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug. 11.
iind no changes lime been lepnrted.
THE A.-II. FREIGHTi:il Arlionnn,
which Balled from Ke.it He Monday foi
lirntwiii.il, ii.nt ..pit... it. ... tit, ifnii
I . . . .. ...
Hlie bungs Tneomii ami senltlo
fr..i..iii Tiw. fri,.t.(. . :,.v!rni. .niu.uio main aim mo carpenter passeti
tml.iv from Him lJ-miulM-o fur llono.
llllll lltld Is duo nlso oil Lie lPtll Slio'""" '" """eiiuiucu u- iirmeii ine.n
i..i,.u k-i. vnrt, ,i., T..i.iin,i..iw.n 'M'lves wllh n shotgun and axe. Tlioy
cargo which was brought 10 the ALi
hiutlc port of tho Isthmian lallway liy'"L' iuBiu h wiis uesi 10 can u on.
the steanishlpi llnwall.in and Cnll-
fornlnn. Tim foriiiu "ii inner loft
New- York July V n-id I he litter on
ON THE STRENGTH of complaint
lodged with Cmiiinlsi-lonc- Almy an
Iniestlgatlon was tiindurtt-d by that!
onieljl. Tho compliiliu hinl It
tint tho enptalu m Hie sleamei-
Lansing had failed to Iihm- tho eiow
sli;n mi agreement as 10 their oecii-
patlon nnd w-agis.
'I lie Iniesllgatlon
showed that tho c;
THE STEAMER Kiiim In c ni-
in uid of Captain Gregoiv unlved this
morning fiom Knual with 2un bag.
rice, 8 empty gas driiim. II hags turn.
4 empty wino cnsitB. ::.. eiatea peani,
pigs, 1 horso and ! p.ickuges sun-
diles. Purser Ornbe lepoiti tho fol-1
lowing sugar awaltlii': s'llpnieni on
Kauai K. S. M 32W. V. K., 000;
W 120; Mak.. 23,74s. (, ,v It., lbuO;
Here's a pointer for you.
If you are Hunting for Health drink a
glass of Primo Beer with your meals.
It aids digestion, induces sound,
healthful sleep, and quiets, tired, worn
The 2 1-2 per cent, of alcohol is too
slight to be considered, except as it
assists the digestive functions and gives
a slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is to
flush the system. Water does riot taste
good enough we don't drink enough
of it: that's where one of the virtues of
Primo Beer comes in.
Ask Your Physician About It.
it"'Tr" - tf - ,,W-a
. jatun-lnixn ji..Jjki
The Turkish Minister here linH
-The strike situation here Is quiet
2.138; II. M 11190; M. S. Co.
YESTERDAY AITERNOON thero
was qulto a bit of excitement on
Iilinpil (I... u..l........m tnH.. 1.- t.. n( n
"'.""' '. "'"""' """ .'- "--
limgeiitlonianly lemniks at each other
w,"o n""i '" , "Uuro eicu oiner wiien
THE 1IRITISII bark Holywood,
which Is lying out lu the stream. Is
uwnltlng nideiH fiom lier agents lu
London. Sho nirlveil hero three
niontlia ago and has lieen wnltlng for
"'ders ever since
THE T. K. K. S. S. Hongkung Mnru
vlll arrive hero Friday morning from
Yokohamii. Sho brings 'J00 tons of
fiulght for tills port
in lived on Monday. Is unloading her
.outgo of lumber, consigned to Allen
THE SCHOONER GAMUI.E fin-
Hied dlschniglng her load of lumber'
j-esteiuay atiernoon una moved out or
THE SCHOONER F.ilk arrived at
Eli-clo on Monday morning with a load
of lumber for Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
4M J-S -lfl '"''' ' TI'ffTi-ti IT
- - n-tl-'Wi , rm-''f ttita'Mi-i ijUvimh ii V
i re often blamed for annoyance that
A solely due to poor eyes or poor
Get properly fitted glasses of
5 fl 5 r
I-m. fi, o-m. a in
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3 14 3.11 3 v.") 31 III .VI & : C 31 Klc9
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t JU H) .1 ft I II '.'1 11 1 5 ' ft 3 C 3il
4 in l.y, t 37 lu 111 11 i ' 5 3 1 0 '."I
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r.-i 7 ir, u H 1 .
S :si o ss
Full moon Aug. II th tit C:3r p. m.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 lioiiri
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tin meridian of 151
logrccs 30 mtnutoa Tho time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the huiih
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon arc for local tlmo Tor thr
''ABLE REPORT OF SAH
Tuesday, August II.
SEATTLE Sailed Aug. 10:
H. S Arlzouali, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO An I veil Aug. 11:
O. S. S. Alameda, 3 p. in., bunco
. HRISHANE Arrived Aug. S:
S. S. Mnrnmii. henco July 2..
DELAWARE I1REAKWATER Ar-
lived Aug. 10:
Sp. Edvvaul Sewall, henco April il.
sain i-KAjNuine,u aitivcii an?, ii.
a. . Aiesiu, nenco Aug. j.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 11:
S. S Slheiln, Tor Honolulu 2 p. in.
SBT OULLETIN ADS PAY g
I IN POMS
. .' , , . . WiA,i,..uJ:
Tuesday, August 11.
S S. Horecrans, Holmes, from Moil
(ercj, towing barge Monterey, B:25
Wednesday, August 12.
Schr, Kn Mid, Hlpa, rrom Konn,
Hlmr. Klnnu, Gregory, from Knual,
Tuesday, August 11.
S. S. Lansing. Ferris, for Port Har
ford, i p. in.
ntiur. Jllknhala, Tullett, for Molo
kal, S p. in.
Stmr. W. G. Hall. Thnmnmii. for-
Kauai, C p, in.
Wednesday, Aug. 12.
Stmr. .Maul, Nelson, for Hawaii
loits, 12 noon.
Per stmr Klnnu. Giegory, from
Knual, Aug. 12. G. N. Wilcox, C. II.
Jennings. P. E. Ilnrvev. A. Wnter.
house, B. II. Wodchouso, Miss Dow,
Miss Dodge, Miss Sheldon. G. E. H.
"-I- til wife. Miss A. Hnrrlson. A.
iMcGurn, It. A. Plelor, J. Mendes, Mrs.
.Mendes, .Mrs. M. Plkao, Miss A. Hur
ler, Miss A. Pllnioku, J. E. Rogers, L.
Allcuberg, Mrs. E. C. limns nnd child,
Mrs. E. Kcnloha, Mrs. II, Gardner,
Miss U. Aknnn, A. Rodtlgiici nnd wife.
Miss Hodrlsiies, Master Roililgues,
Mis. Klesel and children, .Mini Lame
ka, E. Takahara, T. Oiioda, Matin For
reliag, J. Tlleomb.
i-er Rimr. .viiKnnaia, iniiett, lor .mo
lokal and Maul, Aug. 11 Alex.
Uiiehannn, Clins. lliichnuan, W. P.
Rolii, C. G. RockiiB, D. W. Andetsnn,
L. H. Conness. I. A. Ilalch, 11. E. Han
sen nnd wife, John Wntei house, W. O.
Walker, Mis. Mutch. Miss Wnllace.
Miss Nana Campbell, J. D. McVeigh
Per stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Knunl. r p. in., Aug. 12. .1. D. Whlto
and family. Miss Haven, Gerrltt Wil
der, Tom -Wntts, Cliffs. Schioeder,
(has. J. Ludwlgbcii.
f WATERFRONT NOTES ""
' A JAPANESE (lulling samp.iu was
launched jestcidny near tho lllshop
wharf Deforo llio launching cere
mony commenced tho Jnpaneso fisher
men who contributed towards tho con
btiiietlou fund threw each other Into
tho wnter hh Is customary on such
occasions. Tho sampan was decorat
THE TRANSPORT Sheridan, which
Is duo to urrlvo today from San Fian
elseo, was not reported up to 12
o'clock. It was expected that sho
would mnko this port this forenoon,
but this did not materialize. It Is
raid that her wlicless apparatus Is
pot good enough for n long distance.
THE STEAMER Rosecrans of ilm
I'lllllll Oil ConilUtlV. towlllir the bmirn
MoiKeroj-, arrived la(o yesterday af.
ternoon fiom California with oil for
local consumption. Tho v essoin nro
THE HRAZILIAN cruiser Henlamlu
Cnnstnnt, which pasted through hero
somo months ngo with u niimhcr of
cadets, nrrlvod at Hongkong July 10th.
Tho oincers were generously enter-
THE LITTLE schooner Kn Mol nr-
rived this morning rroni Konn with
400 ohl.i ties for the ralhoad people.
THE ARMY transput t Dlx Is duo to
nrilvo fiom Nagasaki, Japan, todaj.
Sho hns GuOO tons of coal aboard her.
THE MAUI, which wns scheduk.,1
to leave nt C o'clock this afternoon,
left at 12 o'clock for Hawaii.
HONOLULU WEATHER f
Temperatures TJtC a. in.. 72; S n.n.,
70; 10 a. in., 70; noon, 78; morning
Uaronieter. 8 n. m.. 30.0(1: nbiolutn
liumldltj-, S n. in., 75 per cent; Dow
point, 8 n. in., 07.
WlmiriOB a, m.. velocity 2, direction
S. K.j 8 u. in., velocity 2. direction E.;
10 u in., velocity 10, direction N. E..
noon, velocity 9, direction N. K.
Rainfall iliiilng 21 hours ended S n.
in., ,01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 170 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather lluieau.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug 11, 1903,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Stella K Cockett to Howard I) How-
Sural Alileua el ill to Knncoho llleo
Mill Co Ltd Agnnt
Entered for Record Aug 12, 1903,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m,
Knplohiiil Estate Ltd to Masaklehl
Tnshlma to Tnml Tnshlnui AL
Freddy Miller to Mrs Henry I)lilfj,.l)
"Aro jou uwnie," queried tho
hoarder who reads tho sclentlllc: notes
lu patenl-medlclno iilmanacs, "Mint
u peison's two e.us nio not of equal
"Sine I inn," replied tho cheerful
Idiot. "1 know lots of mon who havo
u doaf car for beggars and n most
ncuto one for Invitations."
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveMt ready
i ... nu ,,,ui., wm iim Jin;c Will DO SO
J low that you will wonder how we can
tio it. we've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
Xing near Alapal