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BVENINO .rtVJLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., fltlDAY, AUG. U, 1D08.
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Rote Croix Special, 7:30.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of tlic
Order nro cordially Invited to
nttend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In 1. O. O. P. Hall, Port Street.
, i:. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
i hen. p. vickkhs, N. a.
All lulling brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
' Meots every 2d nnd 4 th Tuesday
ot each month nt 7:30 . ra. at 1C. P.
Hall, corner Fort nnd llorctanla Sts. j
Visiting HrOthcrB cordially welcome
t L. LYLK, C. C,
, P. WALDUOS, K. ot It. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Prl
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
corner Tort nnd Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers coidlally Invited to attend.
a. o. ni:KUiNC. c.c .
JAS V. WHITE, KU.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, H. I'. O.
B will meet in their hall on King
near l'ort Street every Friday even
ing. By order of the E. It.:
HHNItY C. EASTON,
W.M, H. McINEHNY, E. It.
Wei. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
'Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
Fort and P.orctanl.i. Visiting broth
ers cordlallv Invited to attend.
W. L. PKAZEi:, C.C.
n. A. JACOHSON, K.n.s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, comer
Beretnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. KHA7.EE, V Prest.
H. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAUAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
A. II. AIILEIOIT, Sachom.
A. 13. UUItl'IIY. C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and' Latest method of photogra
IT HOTEL STREET near NCUANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE QREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes nnd Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. 8. Nagami,
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 CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General J' 'bing A Specialty.
Dealers in W a Paper, Paints, Oils,
tc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 Ho. King
St., ojji. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
3W lortttmia St. Phone 1401,
If A Better Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Hai Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier nt
If you need Rubber Goods,
get tbe BEST
They cost no more than
h other brands-
I CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sts.
When you get
us to mako
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
EDGEWOilTH and QBOID Tobacoos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest nnd largest 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.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. find serv
ants, houses, watches, dogs, or any
thing else, either lost or wanted.
Pnrndlso of Pacific Heel number
for salo at nil newsstands.
The second round of piny for the
Mclnerny golf cup will ho pan nu Sun
day. Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Illchards In his new Frank
Tnko jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., ior
Worry ceases when you turn on tho
lap In a gns stoto. And It Is when tho
bating begin to grow.
Editor Shcba of tho Hnwnll Shlnpn,
who Is temporarily III, will leave foi
Kitunl nfter his recovery.
Do cento Ktihlo was among tho in
terested spectators last night al tho
meeting of tho Democratic party,
W. V. Goodale. manager of Walalua
Agricultural Company, Is booked tn
leave this afternoon In the Claudluo.
Jennie Gardner, convicted ot assault
and battery this morning before Judgo
Andrnde, was reprimanded nnd dis
T C'llvo I)alcs paid his farewell
call (in Ootcrnor Prcar this morning.
Mr. Davles will shortly leato for
Europe to bo gono n enr.
On installments of fi per montu you
can purchase, n White Pnmlly ltotary
sewing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GG Fort St. Phono 488.
Have you seen it I The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
Copies of the Bulletin's licet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this offlcc for nve
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Tho enso of Mrs. Sakal, nccused of
selling liquor without a license, proved
too long winded before Judge Andrnde
this morning and went otor to noxt
Joint Llnghnm, u native of Sweden,
has filed his application In become n
citizen of the United States of Amer
ica. Llnghnm Is n carpenter, living
on Vineyard street, Honolulu.
James l'nplohull, charged with com
mitting assault nnd battery ou a wo
man In Dowsett Lane, was given eight
weeks' probation this morning, on a
year's sentence to tho reform school.
The caso of Wong Snr, the Chinese
who Is with his wife nccused nt sell
ing liquor without a license, was
stricken from Judge Andrndo's cal
endar this morning, to go to Ewa, In
which district the liquor III question
was kept for sale.
The Catholic Church of St. John the
Daptlst, Kallhl-wacna, In charge of
Itev. Father Clement, tomorrow, Aug
ust lSth, holy day ot the Assumption
of tho M. n. V. Mary, feast of obllgi
lion, 8.30 a, m., high mass, sermon,
collection. 4 p. in., Knsnry. Next day.
August 1G, 8:30 n. m., high mass, scr
mon, collection, Sunday tcliool, I p,
Henry Smith, guaidlnii of tho niln
or children Madeline and Elcnzar l.az
nrus, has filed Ills fourth annual ac
counts of tho estate, Tho lerelntH
during tho past year amount to tho
sum or JL'.tilfi.ll, and tho disburse
ments to S2.G35.44. All Item of 110
for preparing, presenting and filing
of accounts, John Marcnlllno, as Mas.
lor, lecntnmenils bo surcharged.
ANDREWS WANTS BIG
Lorrin Andrews ot llllo still has
the Idea that ho can win out from
Uncle Sam. Some tlmo ago u propo
sition was mndo to him by tho Fed
eral Government for u right-of-way
(liiough a certain smull tract ot laud
which ho holds under lease. At first
ho placed tho value of tho right-of-
way afa very nominal Jlguro, hut la
ter raised It to several hundred dol
As tho United States Government,
through its attorney here, Mr. Hrcck
oiiH, thought that tho prleo asked was
exorbitant, condemnation proceed
ings were begun and the rlglit-of-wify
was forcibly taken.
Now, in answer to tho condemna
tion proceedings, Andrews him filed a
damage suit for $1,000, claiming
that ho or his property Is Injured to
that amount by tho condemnation of
tho bit of land. What will bo dono
by tho Federal authorities Is not
Known ns yet.
MR. SUTTON MARRIED
Deputy Attornoy Generals Sutton
nnd Whitney will both probably re
turn on tho next Alameda, according
lo Attorney General Homenwny this
morning. Sutton will return to tho
Happy Islands u benedict, having tak
en unto himself a wife during Ills ah
hence. Ho will now hnvo nu excuse
for mournfully filling tho Attorney
General's unices with tin) Had strains
of tho "Girl I Left Ilehlud Me," as In
"Hastiis, does yo" nox' do' neigh
bor keep chickens?" "Well cr
hull-hull ! He keeps cz many ez ho
kin. Yossah!" Cloveland Leader.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
KILLS CHINESE CAPTAIN
PEKING, China. Aug. 13. The. killing of a captain In Iho Chinese
..liny by Jnpnncsn Legation guards his brought n protest from the Impe
rial Oovernmtnt. The Japanese claim that tho captain was u spy.
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TWENTY THOUSAND ENTERTAINERS
AUCKLAND, N. '.., Aug. 13. Twenty thousand residents entertain
ed the American sailors csterday.
The battleship l.otiltsl,ina, the hrspltal ship Itcllef and the auxiliary
Yankton will proceed directly to Mnnltn.
TOKIO. Japan, Aug. 13. Tho text of Iho copyright treaty between
Japan nnd tho United States has been published. Tho prr.n comment Is
fnvoiable. Tho treaty shows that Japan's relations with America nro un
OLD FISHERIES PROBLEM
LONDON, Kng., Aug. 13. A modus vlvcndl lias been concluded with
tho United Stales over the Newfoundland fishery question. This fishery
question, has been n hourco of dispute between England nnd America for
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KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 13. C. It. Jones nnd A. II. llelyca,
iioii-commlssloned nllhers from tho Presidio, wero killed today In n collls
lull between nn nuto drltcn by them and a trolley car.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TO MILWAUKEE
" HOSTON, Mass., Aug. 13. Tho
Mllwnukeo in 1903
WASHINGTON 1). C. Aug. 13..
Hawaii To Have Good
V. W. Griod.ile, tmuuiger of Wnlalin
plantation, will he u delegate tn tho
Sixteenth National Irrigation Con
gross to be held this year al Albu
nuerniio. Mr Goodalo expects In
leavo shortly for tho Coast, It Is alto
probable that ho will bo u delegate lo
I he Lake Mohong Conference, at
which Hawaii expects to get a great
amount of attention thin year.
Gcnernor Krenr stated this morn
ing that there would probably be four
or flvo rcpii'Hcutntlves of Hawaii at
tho I.ukc .Mnlion k Conference, aiming
them being Admiral Very, who was
until leceutly Commandant of iho
local Naval Station. Gorhain I). (Ill
man will also probably bo ou hand In
uo wiiat ho can to udvunco tho Inter
ests ot Hawaii at this momentous
gathorlng, and Attorney Wlthlngton
of this city may also bo In attendance.
Titus M. Ciian, literary ciltlc, whosu
father was an old inlslsouary hero, can
bo counted on to do whatever ho can
to boost Hawaii nt tho Conference, ac
cording to tho Governor.
In speaking of conferences Gov
ernor Krear mentioned Iho Trans
Mississippi Congress, which will bo
held In San Francisco some tlmo dur
ing November. This Congiess deals
with all general matters of Import and
Interest to tho great West, and It
Becms that Hawaii should havo a Rood
repieseiitatlon. Attorney General
Homenwny may bo ono of the dele
gates, as It Is probable thai ho will be
111 tho Stales at this time,
A problem ot train trafllc In Chi
li cuo cities presents peculiar dltllcul
tics. In view of Iho crowded condition
of tho streets and tho lack of famil
iarity of tho penplo with tlmo snvliig
A baby carriage. Slnto condition
and price to "J. K.." Ilulletln or
Slx-ioom house nnd lot cheap. Ap
ply to M, W, Menezes, lit Wlchmnn
& Co. 4073.1m
m j Mm If M M
Knights of Pythlns will convene nt
-Pcaco has been restored In Hon-
THE label on a
Cluctt shirt stands
for the best mate-'
rials, the most careful
workmanship, the most
accurate patterns, color-,
fast fabrics and that ex
clusive control of the
patterns which means so
much to the man who
strives to escape the
ordinary in his attire. '
$1.50 nnd more.
CLUEIT, rKABODY fc COMrANT, Troy, N.T.
linkers or Arrow Collars (
ON BIG ESTATE
Seventeenth Annual Ac'ts
In Carter Estate
.Inlin Marcnlllno, as Muster, has re
ported favoiafily ou the sou'iitccntli
annual accounts of the trustees of the
estate of 11. A. P. Carter. .1. O. Car
ter. G, It. Cuter and J. It, Gait aio tho
trustees of tho eslate,
The hoiciitccnth uuninl accounts
ihmv that Iho leeelpts on account of
i the principal for tho past ear havo
.amounted to ?272,835.!IS, which is (lie
'iippioximntn aluo of tho estate, iho
'iljvbursements on account of Iho piln
, clpal amount to $'l,40i), and the re
ceipts on account of Income foot up
to 1liu sum of $8.035.B8 while the dls
buisciueuts ou Iho same account
uiuount to tho same. Thu roporl of
'iho Master has been approved by the
Philip Hums, u oung boy who stole
!n pair of shoes from a friend in Ka-
KiiiiKo, aiiumteu inn guilt neroio juugo
Audrndo this morning. Uo presents
ii pitiable cato, ns ho has no parents,
nuil Hh-h about as ho can ou tho town,
lie made no bones over the fncts to
day and was sent to thu reform school
lor tho rest of his minority bv tho
I An Aincilcan named Nathalie
i Michel has nunllllcil for tho Kgyptlmi
'bir, and will have Iho distinction of
hi lug KgptH llrst woman Imnlstcr.
She's u luwyer's daughter, and mar
Blank books ot rJI sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the Bu.Jetln Pub
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
secure a Rooming House with 22
Rooms, nil furnished end convenient
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
and Cold Water. Light Housekeep
in(r or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR
GAIN? P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST.
Single or double lenses ground and
fitted. Absolute Accuracy trunran-
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Pull moon Aug. 11th nt 6:35 p. in.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hourr
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot tin meridian ot is;
icgrees 30 minutes Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho snnu
ns Greenwich, u hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro tor. local tlmo Tor tb
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, Aug. 12.
BKATTLK Sailed. Aug. 10:
S. S Ailzonau, for Honolulu.
FIJI Sailed, Aug. 10:
S. S. .Manuka, for Honolulu.
SAN KltA.N'CISCO Arrived Aug. 11:
Ilktno. S. 0. Wilder, henco July 1 1.
POUT TOWNSKND Arilved Aug. H.':
Schr. Allce'Cooke, with rudder dani:
aged, hence .1 illy 3
Thursday, Aug. 13.
KAHULUI Arrived Aug. 12:
S. S. Santa 111 tn from San Francisco.
SAN Pit ANCISCO Sailed Aug. 12:
S. S. .Mexican, fur Honolulu.
ELi:i:i,n Arrived Aug. 10:
Schr. Chns. i:. hulk, from Gray's
YOKOHAMA Arrived Aug. II:
S. S. Korea, henco July 29.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Aug. 131
S. S. Asia for Honolulu.
Friday, August 14.
KAHULUI Sailed Aug. 13:
S. S. Columbia, for llllo, 10 p. in.
(Continued from Vest 1)
charge of entertainment lor tho I'll
It was rep'nled Hint Mimo of tho
transformers had been taken down
Irn mtho streets, and that probably
tho water front, tho Ilbh market, Ala
ket street, the and Capitol wero tho
only places now available for light
lug. Thu Young hotel Illuminations
aio to be left up. Colonel Jones and
Mr. Hartley weio appointed a com
mittee of two.to determine what wires
bhall bo i emoted, nud what Illumina
tions uio In bo left up.
Geo. W. Smith bioiight up tho mat
ler of u suggestion of (ho Gnwrnm
Hint tho prest nt committee should not
adjourn sluu die. us It baa funds In Its
chin ge, and ns nn appointment ot a
new coinmltteo would probably result
In tho name men acting again, making
It unnecessary to disband and bo
Chad man Carter said that It had
been found that thu laige subcommit
tees npitolnlcd had not worked as suc
cessfully ns might be, nud suggested
that It be leconiniended to tho Gov
ernor that a small committee of about
soven men bo appointed, who would
nttend personally to tho details of any
work lo bo dono,
(1. W. Smith moved to adjourn sine
die, and that Tenney Peck .be custo
dian of tho funds now on hand until
thoy could bo turned over to n now
committee. Ho further moved that
Mr. Carter make his suggestion
about tho small committee to the
Governor, nud explain tho reasons for
adjourning ns they did, slno die. Ten
ney Peck moved ns nn nmendment
that Secretary Wood bo constituted
custodian of nil pcrsonnl property of
Iho committee outside funds, nnd
iimendmont and oilglnal motion were
During the meeting n letter of in
formation iibout tho Pnrlflc Kleet
foni Captain Corwln P. Hces, com
mandant al tho Naval Station, was
lead. Captain Hces stated that tho
ships which would bo down wore tho
Wt"jt Vliglnla (flagship), Cohuado,
Muryhind, Pennsylvania, Tennessee
Washington, California and South
Dakota, nil nimnrcd cruisers, tho pro
tected cruiser Charleston, tho auxil
iary Solace, nnd eight destroyers,
piohahly tho Truxton, Whipple, Paul
Jones, Perry, Pieble, and Stowurt.
Tho Pourlli of July parade, at West
Pulin neach, Florida, was headed by
lohn C. Kllug, of Port Lauderdale,
who stands G feet S',, Inches In height.
On Ihln occasion Kline woro Bhoos
with two Inch r.oles, a hat with n two
foot crown und cairled n Stars and
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thuisdny, Aug. 13.
U. S. A. T. Bhcrldnn, Stliison, for
Guam nnd .Manila, ft p. in.
Stiur. Klliau, Gregory, for Kntial, f,
Sttnr. Claiullne, Dennett, for Maul,
S li. in.
Per Btmr. Ktnnii. Gregory, for Kauai
Aug Ifi, 5 p. m, A. V. Peters. C. P.
derrick, Jr.. C. P. Herrlck and C. L.
I.lttlehnur, Miss Miriam Stacker, Mrs.
V. P. Hall, Mrs. Amoy Sllvn, Maiy
Miguel, Krank Lelnlohn nnd wife, Mrs.
Amoy Mnhukn, Albert Grote, John II.
Jones, C. II. Jennings, Miss II. Gray,
Mrs. Kalrchlld nnd nartv.
Per stmr. Claiidlne. Dennett, for
Maul, !i p. in.. Aug. 1 1. W. W. Good
ale, Miss I), llarncs, Miss L. Ladd, S.
K. Hubbard, Mrs. Melton, Ttov. J. 15.
Kcklpl, I). V. Naplbaa,' Ottn Oss, A.
T Wnkrflpld. C. K. Copelnnd nnd wlfu.
I)r. Hogcrs, II. M. Olttel, C. lngnlls, L.
I,. JMcuandless, Geo. Low.
Al'Tlill tiik transport siierlilnu
had steamed out of the harbor eslcr
day nflei noon sho was seen slowing
down and came to u standstill. Sho
signalled for the pilot boat to return.
When tho boat was niongslilo tno
tinnsport, Iho iiuartorinnstcr scut
down a stowaway, lip had u vail. so
nud was brought back to Iho pilot
hoiiie, where ho was turned Inoso.
Tho man was nflerwaiils arresled by
the police on u chnigu of embezzle
TIII3 MAHKA KKA, which will ar
rive toinorrow moinlug from Hawaii,
will bring niuniiH her passengerti from
Maul a nninbor of the Honolulu peo
ple who went up lo lake part In thu
THU LITTLK schooner Kawallanl
h being rcimlnted ou the Walklki sido
of Hnckfeld whaif. Shu Is ljlug at
an angle of 4.1 degrees, to enable tho
woikiueii lo paint her bottom.
THK SCHOONER Ka Mot Wahlno.
will leave this afternotin for Honolpu.
She will be In cominnud of Captain
Ham, carrying fi eight for Hind In nih
Tho stenmer Cl.iudlno, In comiii.ind
of Captain llennett, leaves this nfter
noon fur Maul ports. Shu Halls at "
PLANTERS TO SUPPORT IT
(Continued from Pace U
llo.ml boinc time ngo engaged tho
sei vices of Mr. Trenor to visit tho
Tcnltory and go over tho Held with
a vlow to innklifg recommendations)
legnrdliig European Immigration. Mr.
Ticnnr came to the Islands very high
Ij recommended by tho Pederal oM
ceis engaged- In tho Important work
of distributing the immigrants
thiotighout the country, preventing
the congestion In tho cities and put
ting tho people wlieie'they nro need
ed, and where they can mako a good
living. Pormcr Commissioner I'ntv
deily Is In charge of till lluieau,
with headquarters in New York.
Mr. Trenor has gone over tho Held
and made his report. The noxt thing
for tho Immigration Hoard to dim ov
er was whether It could obtain tho
funds. Getting Immigrants from
Now Yoik will bo expensive. Tho
sugar planters havo now gono nu i co
ord as appiiiting tho movement. Ah
tho same association spent over a
quarter of a million ot dollars In
tianspoiting Euiopenus diiect, there
hccms lltllo doubt that thoy will bo
liberal In this mailer, nnd tho liuml
giutloii Hoard will hate tho funds to
miku a fair test.
MEETING ON MONDAY
Supoilntcndent of Public Insl-;i'.
Hon llahbllt will not bo able to givo
out tho assignments of teachers for
thu lemaluliig thirty open position un
til he has receded mall from Iho oth
er Islands. This will vrobably anlvo
Satuidny or Sunday. lie has called
a meeting of tho Teacher's Commit tto
Tor Monday afternoon when thu matter
of tho assignment of teachers to these
vacant places will again bo taken up.
Although thu details have not been
mapped out, It Js planned by Mr. Hah
lit lo hato a great house-warming In
Iho nuw High School building tho Kil
day before rchool o'pons.
Mr. Ilabbltt Is In receipt ot u mini
bor of tory excellent pictures 'of tho
visit of Secretaiy Garfield lo Iho
ichools during his stuy here. Tho pic
tures aio of the High School giaduat
lug class with tho faces of the Secre
tary, Governor Picar and Pilnclp-il
Scott lu tho background, and were tak
en by J. 11. Donuhiio.
According lo tho ndvlces recriwd
by tho local agents of tha Tojo Klseu
Kalsha, Iho Hongkong Maru Is tuklug
tho place of her sister ship the Nippon
Mm u, for this trip, Sho will anlvo
tome tlmo this afternoon.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havejjit ready
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D Walker,
Boat nnd Machine Works,
King near AlapaL
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