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BVEN1NQ JIVJI.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., "WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1908
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Honolulu Chapter Royal
Honolulu Comniandery Reg
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2
All visiting members of tho
Order nro rorJi.il ly Invited to
attoml meetings of local lodges
HAHM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meota ovory Monday evening lit
7:30 In 1. O. O r. Hall, Tort Street.
H. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. I'. VICKEKS, N. G.
All visiting brothers ery conllally
UYSTI0 I0DQE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Moats every id iind 1th. Tuesday
of oacli month nt 7:30 . in. at K. P.
Hall, comer Fort and Ueretanla Sts.
Visiting Urotliers cordially welcome
W. I,. IA'LE, C. C,
V. WALUHON, K. of It. & S.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots oiory first and third Fri
day uentng at 7: 30 In K. Of I'. Hall,
corner Tort ami lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEER1NO. C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, D, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, 13. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. Ily order of the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
W5I. II. McINERNY, E. It.
V7m. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday ovcnlng at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort nnd llerotanl.i. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
W. I.. FRAZEE, C.C.,
K. A. JACOnSON, K.It.S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Ueietanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. I,. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. P.. M.
Meets every flrt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
A. II. AllLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MUnPHY, C. of P..
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAH0T0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candles
on hand at'
17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471.
Fi 8. Nagami,
Eoslak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. KOTEL ST. bst. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
TEE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,-.
Waverley Block Belhel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANQINO AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in W. Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. 'P. 0 E::t 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park, W. II. Kam, mgr,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Bwetania St. Phone 1491
The days are fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses increase.
and you will strike an
economic chord nnd
bring Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresli at
Fart and King St.
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An easy, pleasant way to ask for
anything is by using a Bulletin
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Hem Franklin ix.ru. Stkydn otuis.
Mrs. Kcarns' frosh chutney Is now
25c. nt nil grocery stores.
A match box of n lion head design
hns hecii lost. Sep ml, this Issue.
Parndlso of Pacific Klcol number
for Rale at nil newsstands.
Honkt Honkt Cnll 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.eod, for pleasantcst nuto rldo.
The Chamber of Commerce will
hold n i egulnr meeting thin aftcrnoo.i
nt H o'clock.
The sailing tlmo of tlm Tcno Marti
was changed from 12 noon to 3:30 thin
Hale of llbbons this week at A,
lllom'H. It la an unusual opportunity.
Don't fall to tnku ndvunlngo of It.
Judge Kalwl of Knual Is In (own,
having nrrlu-d today to attend the
Terillorlnl Hopubllcnu convention.
A. I). Hills of Knual nrilvrd this
morning lo ho present nt llio comen
tlou of the Hopublleati party.
Judgo J. I,. Knulukou has been com
missioned a notary public by Attorney
Allegreltl'M chocolate creams by re
frigerator car from Chicago arc on
Rale nt Ilcnsnn, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hotel and Kort streets.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family ltotary
sewing machlno. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12CC Fort St. Phono 4SS.
Thu City Messenger Service with lis
(heap lates, has been doing a lushing
buslnct.3. "Quick ten Ice and honest
boys" Is our inulto. Phono 422.
Copies of the B n 1 1 e t i n ' t Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
con be procured at tliis office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Negotiations havu been completed
by thu Department of Public Woiki
whereby Knknako street will bo ex
tended along a continuing lino In front
of the Honolulu Iron Works to Halo
kauulla street Negotiations nro now
pending for the extension of Smith
A certificate of Judgment which has
come lu from one of tho outlying dis
tricts hns caused, n good deal of laugh
ter around tho Judiciary building this
morning. It was written by District
Judge Nnlnoa of Koolauloa. Oahu, and
refers to the appeal of a Chinese wo
man to tho Circuit Courts. The cor
tlllcate of Judgment Is as follows:
"Territory of Hawaii v. Mrs. Ah Wan;
Cortlllcato of-Judginent. A
"I hereby certify that on the 17th
day of July1, A. 1). 19u8. In tho above,
entitled caused, I rendered tho duel-i-lon
In charged tho said defendant
Mrs. Ah Wan (eh) to pay thoj'jlno of
Fixe S.OO Dollars and 11.10 dollars
cost on the eliurge mado on her foi
laiecny at 2nd degree."
M'ELROY WAS HAPPY '
OUTSIDE GT PRISON
The lllrauo hotel on Kukul stieet
was raided last eciltg by Chief of
DetcctlvcH Kalaklela and offlccri. As
a re mi 1 1 of thu laid a Hawaiian mi
lium, u Chinese und n Porlit ltican
woman appeared In thu Police Couvt
this morning with charges of fnrnlc.i
Hon entered against them. Each mis
lined S2G and costs. Judgo Andrndo
said fiom tho bench that thu hotel
keeper should bo arrested. Tho Sher
iff says ho contemplates doing so.
McElroy. tho Prlnco of Vags, ap
peared nu a charge of soliciting alms
from sailors nnd others. Contrary to
his custom McElroy did not want to
go to Jail. Ho said that ho was tak
ing cnru'of a house nnd was comfort
able, for onco, outside of prison waits.
Ho was, howovur, sent to Jail for thir
SAITO'S JEW PLACE
Ily tho nrilval of the steamship Ton
yo Mnru yesterday .from Japan, Infor
mation was iccclvcil at tho Japanese
Consulate General stating that M.
Sal to, former Japanese Consul Gen
eral hero Is now attached to tho For
He has a special work to do and It
Is expected that ho will t.oon bo as
signed to tho Immigration Uurcau as
Chief Secretary Tsuchlya said this
mninlng that Mr. llyenn, tho now Jnp
nnebo Consul General, would nrrlvo
hero lu tho Mongolia on Monday, tho
21st. His family will coma later on,
probably after tho completion of tho
olllelal lesldenco of the Consul, on
Mayor Taylor and Jame.i Ilolph,
Jr., leave meeting of California met
al trades association In anger when
Captain McKlnary makes tlrado
against labor unions.
New order of Interstate Commorco
Commission means that Oriental
trade will bo diverted from San
Francisco to tho Suez route.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Fighting Against Lilley
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Sopt. 8. Industrial magnates representing
Investments of SGO,000,u'oo., have met
nomination of Congressman I.llley for
Mr. I.llley, n member of thu Naval Committee, visited Hawaii with
tho Congressional party a year ago
Norwich (Conn,) llulletln bays that
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Sept.
Idcnt, formerly Minister of Juitlco, whom the police have been looking
for, has surrendered itnd confessed to frauds aggregating 12,000, QUO. He
kibt the money In speculation In America.
OYSTEIt HAY, I,. I., Sept. 8. The
thu extensive island lying in the Hudson river Just off Wc-it Point nhd
presented It to the Government.
SPAIN AND FRANCE AGREE
I'AIUS, France, Sept. 8. Spnln
lennl laid down in the Moroccan nolo
NEW RECORD FOR
WASHINGTON. D. C. Sept. 8.
ed records for speed nnd perfection
UNCLE JOE WILL PRESIDE
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Sept. 8.
Republican State Convention.
m i mtm i
LYNCHED FOR MURDER
OXFORD, Miss., Sept. 8. A uogro was lynched here tonight for
killing n woman.
Seattle, Aug.' in Now that the
United Stntcs Goternincut has mado
n $000,000 appropriation for partici
pation lu tho Al.iska-Yiikon-Pjclfle. Ex
position the work creating tho l'JO'J
lair has been given an Impetus. While
there has never been any doubt In
the minds of the management an to
the success of the exposition, nnd as
lo Its being roady on time, the gov
ernment's action has stimulated moro
Interest lu tho fair throughout the
During tho past week applications
for concessions and exhibit space, have
been pouring Into the ofllccs In the
Administration building. The con
struction work has gone ahead with
out any cessation, nnd thero nro fin
ished or under const! uctlon nine
Tho government architects nro
winking on the plans for the Uncle
Sam's buildings and inst as soon as
'the designs nro finished construction
will' bo Bturted. Of'tho total' appro
priation of 2.G0O will be spent in
the .biilldlnas. Dcvldcn Ihe'llnaln gov
ernment Imlldlilg. thcro-wlll bo struc
tures for Hawaii, Alaska, ttid Philip
pines and the fisheries industry. Tho
remaining $.130,000 will he expended
$25,000; Philippines, S25.000.
for exhibits as follows: Government,
$200,000; Alaska, $100,000; Hawaii,
Visitors tell Taft ho Is sure of suc
cess In Illinois nnd other States lu
Many good people who drink
malt extracts for their tonic properties will not
drink beer because they regard it as an intoxi
cant. Now, there is virtue in malt extracts,
without a doubt; but they contain' from six to
seven per cent, alcohol.
Beer contains only about three per cent,
alcohol Primo Beer contains less than three
per cent. Isn't it reasonable then to say that
malt extract is more an intoxicant than Primo
Rather, it is more nearly correct to say that neither are
intoxicants. , ,
Doctors are now recommending beer to patients because
it assimilates better than malt extract and it has no ill effects.
And it has richer food and tonic properties than malt extract.
A prominent local doctor said recently " if people would
drink more Primo Beer we would have fewer anemic patients.
We would have less stomach trouble and nerve disorder. In
every way the use of Primo Beer promotes health."
Besides all this, Primo is the most delightful beverage
sold in this climate.
hero to sign n protest ngnlnst tho
(lovernnr of Connecticut.
last summer, A recent Issue of tho
"Lllloy's interests are nil right."
8. Albortl, tho missing hank proi-
widow of Ilusscll Sai.3 has bought
and Frnnec have agreed to tho
of the Powers.
Tho Wright aeroplane has establish
Speaker Cannon will preside over tho
are better than one; and too good
eyes are better than two poor ones.
Let us make your eyes good by fitting
I I I Ml I
THi: MARION C1III.COTT of Iho
Union Oil Company, arrived .tills
morning nt 10 o'clock from tlavlota
with 15,000 barrels of oil for local
consumers. She made a passngo of
13 days, during which tlmo shu en
countered pleasant weather. Includ
t d In her cargo are 90 drums of gaso
lluo. She will sail on Friday for Odvl
ota. I PROMPTLY AT 1 o'clock thls.uf-
lernnon, tho steamship Alaskan of tho
American-Hawaiian line, docked nt
the railroad wharf and commenced
discharging her cargo of general nicr
chandlrc. She brought 38 head of live
stock for flits Schuman. She made
the trip down from Seattle In ubout !)
days, experiencing pleasant weather,
nnd sighting no vessel. Captain Nich
ols Is lu command.
JJM "Per Rent" cards on sale at
I Bulletin office.
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Kull moon Sept. 10th nt 2 n. m.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 huuu
30 mlnutei slowor than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 15"
iogrees 30 minutes Thu tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. ni., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local tlmo for the
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Tuesday, September 0.
SEATTLE Arrived Sept. C:
V. S. T. Dlx, henco Aug. 20.
AHUKINI Sailed Sept. 4:
Schr. Alice McDonald, for Coast.
IIIHSIIANE Anived Sept. 6:
S. 8. Aornngl, henco Aug. 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 8:
S. 8. Lurllno, henco Aug. 1,
SAN FHANCISCO-Snllcd Sept. 8:
S. S. Asia for Honolulu, 1 p. in,
KAHUMJI Arrived Sept. 7:
S. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
Wednesday, September 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 8:
Schr. II. C. Wright, from Mnhukona.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 8:
S. S. Arlznnan, for Honolulu.
NOYO Sailed Sept. 8:
Schr. K. C. Searlo, for Kahuliil.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 8:
S. 8. China, hence Aug. 21.
PORT TOWNSKND Arrived Sept. 9:
Ilk. Albert, from'llllo Aug 11.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 8, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 n. m.
Geo Ross to Slmeuna Paaluhl nnd
Slmeonn Paaluhl nnd wf to Haku-
lau Plantn Co . . . '. M
Mrs Eliza Roy to William F Roy..D
Mrs Eliza Roy to Mrs Christina I,
J II Schnacl; nnd wf to, Manocl Ro-
di Igucz D
A W EameS to Y Teshlnui . . . . Agrint
A W 'Enmesj to -Yutarn Wndahala
A W Eames to T Nlshlda ct al. Agrint
Entered for Record Sept. 0, 1908,
From 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kaeh ii (w) to W A Kinney Ii
Mnlla Imlnnauao und hsh to Mary
A Maullola D
American known as Ilenedlct I.u
paskn of Ban Francisco urrested tor
Jewel robbery in Paris.
Tuesday, September 8.
T. K. K. 8. H. Tenyo Maru, Dent,
from the Orient, 3 p. in.
Wednesday, September 0.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from Itnunl,
Sp. Marlon Chllcolt, from (luvlotn,
10 n. m.
S. H. Alaskan, Nichols, fiom Scntlte,
i p. m.
Tuesday, September 8.
Stmr. W. (I. Hull, Thompson, for
Knual ports, fi p. m.
Stmr. Nooau, for lionoknii and Ku
kulliaele, C p. m.
Sliur. Ko An Hon, for Knual ports, r,
htnir. Mikiihahu Tullett. for Molokal
and Maul port1), S p. m.
Wednesday, September 9.
S. 8. Tenyo Mnru, Rent, for Sail
Francisco, 12 noun.
Per T. K. K. 8. 8. Ten)o Mnru,
from Yokohama, Sept. 8. For Hono
lulu: 'A. J. (lault, K. Iwakaml.
Thiough: W. R. ilagnall, A. P. Har
lett, Mrs. A. P. Ilarrctt, two children
and nurse; M. A. Heck, Miss M.
Iliown. S. It. llurton, Dr. T. Cildcron,
Chan Po I.lng, Miss I.cuno Chevalier,
Rev. F. W. Clampett, Master Ewlng
Clnmpett, Miss A. M. Colby, Miss K.
Coleman, J. R. Cook, Miss (I. Denton,
8. do Miranda, It. C. Deuulson, Meut.
M. J. do Rucdn, Mrs. M. J. do Rueda,
Madame J, do Valmnnt and maid, Mrs.
C. O. Kdwnrds, J. F. Elliott, Thomas
Ksllll, Mrs. Thomas Estill und infant,
Miss Oltvo Estill, Miss Knthcrlnc Es
till, Master R. C. Estill, Miss I).' l'Jsli,
dipt. C. (lermamlt, F. A. Grow, Mrs.
V. A. Grow, Gustav Ileibst, Miss A.
llogan, K. Iwakaml, M. R. Jeffries, I).
II. JelTiles, K. 11. .lerfrles, Miss Phode
Kemmlss, T. Kafuku, N. Knbnkashl,
Mrs. N. Kobakashl, I.leut. C. H. Laws.
1.1 Chlug Hslnng, I.lti Tlilnu Kit, F. W.
Livingston, W. C. Mclntyro, Mrs. W.
C. Mclntyro nnd two children. T. MI
noda, O. Niikiiyiuu.i, Miss V. Now
combe, Paul Hownt, Robert II. Rob
miii, Mrs. 1,. C. Rogers, Miss I,. Hco
vlll. Mclvlllo Schweitzer, Mrs. Mel
lllo Schweitzer, Miss Rcrthn Smith,
E. R. Swift. A. C. Vioinuii, Mrs. Win.
Webster, Miss Webster, W. E. Weed.
Per Btmr. Klnau, Gregory, from
Knual, Sept. 9. C. W. Hudson, E.
Krusc, Mr. and Mrs. Cushlngham, 8.
Hanchctt, Geo. Knlunn, Jno. Fassoth
and sons (3), Miss A. Grote, Miss M.
Giotc, Miss L. Aklnn, Mrs. S. K. Kaeo,
Miss Kaeo, Master Kaeo, Judge Kalwl,
Miss Kalwl, Miss M. Mengler, Miss
V. Mengler, Miss M. Ilrynnt, K. Mont
gomery, Master Montgomery, Mrs.
RIcdul. Miss Iiledel, Miss M. Aping,
Mrs. Kinoshlta. Miss I. Jacobscn, .1.
S.'Chandler, Ed Fnuntnlii, D. Baldwin,
II. W. Smith, A. D. Dills nnd wife, Miss
M. Wllhelm, Mrs. J. D. Cook, Miss
Horner, J. II. Noble nnd wife, Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. I'. Low, family und servants,
MrB. W. I.. Rowers and child. Miss A.
Perelra, Miss II. Sclilnimelfeiilng. M.
J. Perelra, Muster Peielra, Master
Peieliu, I). Knnl, A. Wong. W. Good
win, Capt. Mushier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Man
ning. Mrs. .1. Itennlo, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilenlamliia, W. O'Dowda, 1). L. Kala
wnla, M. A. Mlkaelo, .1. Halemanu,
Miss Hasting nnd 58 deck.
Per stmr W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, Sept. 8, fi p. m. Grace Carroll,
Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Myers, T. E.
Mattln nnd wire, Mrs. Graham, J, R.
Sauzo, J. Souzn, C. O. Smith.
Per S. S. Tenyo Marn, for San Fran
cisco, Sept 8. Dr. Chas. McDowell
and wife, F. W. Williams, Dr. Helser.
Per stmr. Miknhaln, Tullett. for Mo.
lokal, Sopt. 8, S p. m. Agnes Unoa, F.
THE APPROACH to tho Hackfeld
wharf Is in a dangerous condition. In
spite of patching worn-out planks and
replacing old ones with now, the wharf
covering is becoming thinner und is
dangerouB for horses. Yesterday n
horse plunged through a rotten hoard
Just on the Wnlklkl sldo of the draw
bridge, tho en tiro plank giving way
and tho horse going with It. Luckily,
the draw was heaUly loaded, and, by
a iiilraclo,.tbo liorso escaped ulnjiired.
THE KINAU arrived from Kauai
(his moinlug with a goodly number of
P'lssengerfl nnd cargo, which consisted
of 4S7 cases honey, 11 cases wax, 20
empty gu.i drums, 113 bngs taio, C3
barrels honey, 10 bags coconntils, 22
cases pears, 100 packages sundries.
Purser flrubu leports 300 bags K. S. M.
sugar awaiting shipment.
THE TENYO MARU sailed at noon
today for Sail Francisco. Sho arrived
yestcrduy fiom iho Orient and dls.
chaiged her cargo nt tho Hackfeld
wharf. It Is expected that bhu will
keep lu touch with the local agents by
THE STEAMER Holcno, which was
oxpected to sail yesterday for llama
kun bailed at noon today for her des
tination. Her cargo consisted of gen
eral merchandise, consigned to tho Is
land Btoru keepers.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havekit 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 and Machine Works,
.. - King pear AlapaJ,