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fiVflttlNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ?. II., HIIDAY. 8P?rnrTio8y,l,Wr V ''VSIMPSi? "
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. WEEKLY CALENDAR
Honolulu Chapter Royal
Honolulu Comtrundery Reg
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2
All visiting mcmlion of tho
Ordsr aro cordlallj United to
attend meetings of local lodges
HAHMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvory Mondaj evening nt
7:30 lu I. O O T Hall, Fort Street.
12. It HI2NDKY, Secrotary.
BUN. F. V1CKEU8. N. G.
All visiting brothers vory cordially
HY5TI0 IPnaE, No. 2. K. OF P.
Heels every 2d and 4 th Tuetd.iy
of .ich month nt 7 30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Tort and Ileretanla St.
VUUIns Brother cordially welcome
XV. L. LYLI2, C. C ,
H. WALDHON, K. of It. & S.
0AHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evuning at 7 30 In K. of P. Hnil,
corner Hort ond Ilerctnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttend.
A. O DK12IUNO, C C,
JAS XV. WHITL', K.H 8.
HONOLULU L0DOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01C. H. P. O.
E , will meet In their hall ou King
near Hort Street eer Hrlday even
ing. Hy order of tho K It :
HI2NIIY C. I2ASTON.
WJI. II. McINHUNY, K. It.
fc Wni. K'KIHLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.of P.
Mails evory Saturday evening at
7:20oelocl: In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially .nlted to nttend.
xv. l HnAznK.cc,
i: a. JAConsoN, k.ils.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenlnca of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
ttcrotfinla and Hort streets.
Visiting Kagles are Invited to at
w. i- ntAznn, w., Prest.
H. T. MOOUK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythlis Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. H AUUnOH, Sachora.
A i: Ml'UPHY, C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Bett and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BXBT AND Al ICE CREAM PARtOR
Delicious Cakes and Candles
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F- i. Naami,
EoJak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION GATE,
Wavcrky Block .Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in W. Paper. Paints, Oils,
eto. V. 0 3x 011. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W, B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by th
with their new FRENCH
2W Bretania St. Phone 1401.
Are you out to save
will be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
m . a?v
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
When you set
us to make
Our $g5, gults
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
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDQEW0RTH and QB0ID 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. Xing and Merchant.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phono 411.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An easv. nlensant wnv tn nsk for
anything is by using a Bulletin
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Thu Hoard of Supervlsois will hold
:t meeting tills evening
Mrs Kenrns' fresh chutney Is now
25c. nt all grocery stores.
Paradise of Pacific Hlecl number
for sale at all newsstands.
Honk! Honk I Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLood, for pleasantest auto ride.
.Ins. Sheridan, piano and organ tun
er, hits removed to 1G2 Hotel street.
A xnlo to si cm i u funds for the Cnstlo
Home Tor Children Is iilaunud for thu
earl pirt of November.
Tomorrow Is tho last day of the re
markable ribbon mid ladles' waist bar
gains nt lltom's. Don't miss thctn
The Associated OaraKo received In
tho Alitueda two 1'JO'J Kissel Km
lto.idsk'rs, whlrh aru now on exhibi
tion A vvoid lo tho wise Is sufficient. Mr.
Qiilnn's seven scatnl Peerless, 101
trips around thu Islnud with n perfect
reore Phono 200.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchaso a White Family Rotary
towing machlno. Penny &. Co , Ltd ,
ngents, 12C6 Hort St. Phono 4SS.
Judge Kiiulukoii lort today In thu
Milium I,u for Kona, where ho was
rccontlj appointed District Magistrate
In place of thu lato Judge Clark.
Thu Watorhouse Trust Co. adver
tise another $25 Volcano excursion In
this Issuo In enso sufficient bookings
aro nado by next Tuesday. See nd
Copies of the B u 1 1 o t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing.
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
it j on want to begin saving money
start with n gas stove it will bo n
nucleus of it bank account, The Ho
nolulu (Ins Co, Ltd , nil! show jou
The best tinned milk lu the market
Is Alpine .Milk, sold bj nil grocers. It
lit rich In biiltei fats, has consistency
of cream and sleilllzed, llest for
t.iblo ami looking purposes.
Knox hats ran be bought nt Bllvu's
Toggeiy No ipicstlnu about the qual
It) of a Knox tho closer you exam
Inu It the better jou'll like It. Spec
if the Kno In jour election bets.
The first meeting for tho new )onr
of tho Kludergirteii Association was
helil this motnliig. Tho work talked
over was largel) tho preliminaries It
was noted with proper ilrlde Hint of
the four vacancies In tho kindergartens
three were filled bj graduates of n.c
ti nlnlng school.
Expert May Be Sent
Jesse i: WIImhi, acting Secictnry
of the Intel lor In the nbsenco of Sec
letarj Cm field, had nil kinds of good
iiuwh for Clovernor Hrear this morn
lug, and not tho least by any means
was thu letter 111 which he stated that
hu would probably send an expert hero
to assist tho Alasku-Yukon-I'aclflc
Commission In tho preparation of Ha
waii's exhibit for tho big Seattle fair
The significance of this can bo seen
at 11 glance. It will mean that thu ex
hibit of these IshludH will bo thu re
sult of tho study nnd labor of an ex
perienced man In that field.
Whoever may bu bent hoto by tho
Department of tho Interior, will not
lenialu heio perii'inoutlj', but will re
turn us soon us his work Is finished.
Thu Commission will appoint Its owl,
lepresentatlvo to tako chargo of thu
DAN LOGAN RUNS
(Continued from Paje 1)
many friends and will undoubtedly get
much suppoit from Kalmuki, where
ho resides nnd wheru tho residents are
ulvvajs out for tho candidate who can
lo expected to louk after thefr Inter
ests. Tho Hopublleans have changed their
plan to hold tho county convention ut
tho old tlshmarkct. It has been
learned that tho Orpheum will be
available,, nnd tho convention will be
held nt that plncu.
A rumor Is being spread to tho ef
fect that Solomon Mulielonn, who has
been doing strenuous work for Lucas,
Is to bo given thu olllco of roud super
visor should Lucas becomo Major.
Maheloun absolutely denies this re
port, and stated Hint It Is belnglclrcu
lalcd by IiIb enemies In order to In
jure hln Ho maintains that hu has
no ambitions nbovo his present posi
tion us an assistant In thu olllco of tho
Link McCnpillcss, who was yester
day nominated for Dolegato on tho
Democratic ticket, Is Rotting ready for
a strenuous 'campaign which will tako
htm nil over tho Islands. Ho will
lenvo next Tuesday for Hawaii, where
ho expects to cany on his campaign
until thu end of this month, when ho
will go to Kuunl to bring thu glad Hd
Ings to tho land of baioiilul estates.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Aliana Co.,
m S. KING ST. PHONE (25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Japan's Finances Are
TOKIO, Japan, Sept 10. Katsurn, ln speech to tho Hankers' Club,
outlined an economical policy for the (lovernment. Ho said tho permit (
nent revenues of tho empire were below expenditures and were being
carefully handled, it would nut be dangerous to postpone the consumma
tion of great plans of public outlay for eleven years, during which time '
$200,000,000. could bo saved.
WRIGHT AEROPLANE RECORD
WASHINGTON, I). C, Sopt. 10. The Wright aeroplane now holds
the world's record for time mid distance. Today it remained over fil
minutes In tho nlr.
BRYAN CALLS CANNON FALSIFIER
KVAN8VILLU, III., Sept. 10. -Win. J. llrj.in, replyh 7, to Speaker
Cannon tonight, denied Hint hn Is worth $lt0,(l00. mid chaiged Cannon
GOVERNMENT WILL APPEAL
WASHINGTON, D C, Sept. 10. It Is believed that nn appeal fiom
tho Hepburn decision will bo tnad,o ,to thu Bupremo Court. .
WAS TOLSTOI'S BIRTHDAY
ST. PKTEKSIIUUH, llutsla, Sept. 10. The pious of tho capital cele
brated Tolstoi's birthday today.
m i 1
CHOLERA IN ST. PETERSBURG
ST. PI2TI2ilSlltm(I, Hiissln, Sept. 11. Thoro are fi2 rases of choleri
lu this city mid 18 deaths
1 i 1
EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS OPENED
LONDON, Eng., Sept. 10. Tho
with great enthusiasm
MAINE AND ALABAMA AT PORT SAID
POUT 8AII), Sue? Canal, Sept. t
wANit ANY I I Mh
11 nu iij fiiii iiiiiiLj
Worked Every Day
Was In Capital
'Laud Commissioner I'ratt ictiirned
from Washington this morning, nnd
hd Immediately plunged Into the vast
work of his office,' lie was In con
sultation with thj Governor for a
Miort time tlili, i.,urilng, hut will
muko 11 definite repoit of what he has
done during his absence, nt u later
"It hns been work, work, work,
with me all the time I lmvo been
away," ho said to a II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n
man this morning. "Every day I
was In Washington I kept regular
office hours In tho Land Deportment
the same ns I would 'hnvo had I
Ice House Goods
Just arrived, in fine condition,
The Choicest California
Fruits and Vegetables
and many other choice edibles
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD, LEAGfg
it v a
Eucharlstlc Con glens opened today
0. The M.1I110 and Alabama hnvo
Prescriptions arc carefully and ac
curately filled and eyes expertly fitted
with glasses by
been here, and Just beforo I left they
told mo that no other man who over
studied the workings of tho Land
Oflltd there had dono ns much In tho
same time as I had. Of course, I got
ii lot of 'Inslilii knowledge that will
be of great advantage to mo In tho
work heie, nnd which will piobahly
result In my recommending some
changes in the local land laws. This,
however, will bo biought beforo the
Governor and the Advisory Land Com
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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J'ull moon Sept. 10th nt 2 11. 111.
ffntLflllntl ll.HJnhJ ,... ... ...
.H., u..uia ainuuaill UMJU IB 1U IJUUT.
30 minutes slower than Green wlct
"""i uvuia lum 01 iw) meriuian or lb,
tfnfrr.tna 3n mlnnfoa wttn ,(. h.i.i..i.
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Ii tho satm
o uicoumtu, u nuurc u minuces. sun
and moon aro for local ttmo for thi
IN rOREIGN PORTS
Friday. StDtembcr 11.
OAVIOTA Arrived Sept. 10:
Sp. rnllrt of Cljde. hence Aug. 18.
Thursday, September 10,
MONTKItnr Sailed Sept. 7:
S. S. Koseeinns with b.irgo Mo'ite
lcy In tow for Honnliilii.
StIVA- Sailed Sept. 2:
ACCOItDINO TO tho Hawaii Shlniio,
u steamer will bu despatched from
Kobe, Japan, on the 16th Inst., with n
cargo consigned to Honolulu Japanese
merchants, though what steamer will
bo used Is not known.
THH KOI1HA hailed today fiom Yo
kohama for this port, and Is duo heio
on tho 20th. Sho will hnvo room fur
about Uio cabin passengers. She
brings 000 tons of fi eight for this
THI2 TKANSPOUT llufoid In due
lomoriow. fiom San Finnqlsco, with
malls for a daj and with a number
of tho teacbeiH who havo been attend
ing summer Bchool on thu Coast,
TIII2 JA.MI2S MAK12I2 camo oh (ho
wajs this morning, she has been
undergoing an overhauling for several
' THI2 L1KI2MKB arrived this morn
ing from Mukavvell, with' CIOO tons of
sugar, and 17 empty gasoline drums.
TIiq Maima Lo.i departed ut noon to
day ou her regular run to Man,! Kan
and Konn. '
THI2 CLAUDINI2 sails nt 5 o'clock
this arternoon for Maui and HIIo.
SHOOIINOrBOYS . RETURN ,-
(Continued from Pnse 1
mediately set off to find Ilarrj-, who,
when his sen Ices wero no longer io
quired, had gone quietly back to his
own ear. Tho superintendent later
wrote to Ilarrj-, tclljng him that rec
ognition of his work would be given
by the company after he had return
Prlday, Seiitember 11.
Am sp. Marlon K. Chllcott, Larsen,
for Gavlotn, 2 p. m.
Stmr. Alnmeda, Dowdoll, from San
Frnnclsco, 7:30 n. m.
Stmr. Llkellkc, Naopala, from Mn
kuvvell, 9:40 ii, in.
" Friday, September 11.
IJ. S. S. Solace, GUI, for l'ago I'ago,
10H5 ii. m.
Stmr. Maima Lon, Somrson, for
Maul, Kan and Konn, 12 in.
Per stmr. Maima l.o.i, Slmcrson, for
Konn ports, Sept 11, 12 noon. (1, II.
Major, Miss Mnnd Wood, Mrs. C.
Stlllnian, 12. K. Uattello, Father Pat
rick, Dr. .1. II. Huymoud, A. Alliens,
T. Slilbaynmu, Judgo Kaiilukou, Miss
Klpl, Miss P.llzabeth Hu, C. Palk, vvlfu
and son, 12. David, Miss A. Aklnn, Lil
ian Hobeitson, Miss T. Marcus, 12.
Krusu mid vvlfu, Mis. Cnpt Pederson,
MIhh .1. II. Jones, Mrs. .1. C. Scute, Miss
M. Pails, Miss Aungst, Miss 12. Drown,
T. C. White, Miss S. Iiioiui, Miss Ka
innuoha, K. Shlbajanui, 12. Van llau,
P. Kelllpluo nnd vvlfu.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, fron. San
Francisco, Sept, 11. Mrs. It. V. And
cison mid thieo children, M. P. llallej',
K. S. Harry, i:. O. Ilartlett, Mis. Hart
lelt. Miss P. llatterson, C. II. lleait
chump, Mrs. Ilcaiichntup, Miss Hell, H.
II. IllaiiUiard. W. A. llrjan, It. V.
C.ilhenrt, Mrs. Calhcart and child,
Mrs. CI. Chalmers, XV. Clillllugvvorth, '
A. W. Cliurdi, Miss V. Clupham, Miss
Adu W. Cockroft. C. M. Cooke, Cnpl. i
C. M. Costa. P.,1). Cieedon, Miss Lola
iulg, Dr. J. II. D.iwson, Miss M. Doug
las, II. 11. Duncan, Mis. Duncan, Miss
Agues Dutton, Lieut, L. A. K. 12vnus,
T. K. J. DvaiiH, Seigt. J. Fenlera, Mrs.
C. Forrleia, Maitln Fennell, Corp. J.
Gouvea, Mis. Mary V. Clunti, Mrs. .1.
(lullck, Miss L. tlullck, Miss !:. A.
Hamilton, Miss It. Ilarbaugb, Miss H.
L. Heiisncr, Seigt. H. Hopkins, A.
Kuaiia, Miss Kutu Kelly, S. C. Kelly,
Miss II. Ketter, D. K. Lemon, Miss C.
do Limn, Mis. C. J. McCarthy, Miss J.
S. MeCornilck, Miss Clnr.t Macomber,
Miss L. Marstou, Miss L. Melln, L D.
Mendoiisa, Mis. Mcndons.i, Mrs. J. II.
Montgomery, dipt. A. W. Neely, Miss
Nevvhotn, Mrs. Martha Nlelson and
child, Mrs. .1. CI. Pnscoo. (1. M. Pe.i-
cock. A 1'crrlc.ra, Miss Ida M. Pope,
J, XV. Pratt, Mrs. Pratt and child, Miss
Ai Prntt, .1. XV. Pratt. Jr.. John lTln
gle. Miss Jcnn Prlngle, Mr. Kucstudt,
I. punlj-. Miss C. Huhsskupff. 11. II.
Kenton, Mrs. ltcutun, Miss It. Hentou,
II. M. Iiobeits, Miss A. Ilobertson, Miss
N. Itj un, 11. W. Snnford, Miss Mary
Schlcmmcr, Mrs. J. C. Searlcs, Miss S. '
A. Smith, Miss J, Snow, Mrs. Mary
Soares, .Miss Itlc.i Sonrcs, Mrs JosbIu
ttodeck, J. 8. Spltzcr,. Mr. Spitxer,
Misses Sleelu (2), Corp. J. Stone, Miss
J. Tanner, Mrs. W. W. Tnjlor, Miss
Torbeit, M. L. Tower. W. V. Van Win
kle, Miss Vun Wlnklu, D Van Maueu,
Mrs. 12. S. Vnmey. I). II. Webster,
Mrs. Webster, Lieut. O. J. Whitehead,
D. J. Whitney. Mrs. A. M. Whitney. S.
O. Wilder, Miss H. K. Wilder, S. 0.
Wilder, Jr., Wm. Wilson, Mlbs J. L.
Wlnne, Miss K. L. Woodford. Mrs. M.
Woods, J. M. Young, Mrs. Young.
Per S. S. Llkellke, Nnopahi, from
Mnknwell, Sopt. 11. Mrs. A. M. Pel-
per, F. Clay nnd vvlfo and 2 on deck.
Per stmr. Cl.iudine, Bennett, for
Muni and HIIo, Sept 11. 5 p. m. AkI
an Ou Tul, Miss N. Daniels, Miss Cock
roft, W. O. Clcnackcr, Miss Ciehs Do
Llir-i, 12. J. Walker, Mrs L. C. Train,
TVIIss Janet Uault, Mrs. Alma Oault,
Miss H. Loj-, Mrs. II. 12. Cook. Chas.
Gaj'.-Mis. Chas. Oaj', Mrs. W. W. Tay
lor, Hattlo S. Lewis, Mr. Whitney, Sis
tor Helcnu, Miss Julia Leu, Mrs. Mury
Leo, Miss llueHon, Miss Marclel. It.
Iloss, 11. M, Hobeitti, (leo. C. Miller,
Mrs M. K. Keoliokulo.il, Sam Keku
SOLACE SAILS WITH
Tho toipcdo supply ship Solace,
Captain Hill, bailed this moinlng for
Pago Pago, in puisiilt of tho Pacific
Fleet, cairjlug malls which arrived
this moinlng bj thu Alameda. Tho
Solaco waited ovei especially to get
It will bo u matter of a stern
cluihe, and u long one, with the
malls delivered to the Fleet piobahly
near tho line, when the law leciult
who has hud his Intel view with Nep
tune can ussuago homo ut the gilof
by leading of tho doings on tho old
farm In Missouri.
Captain Hxtou, 20th Infantiy, U.
S. A., left In tho Solce for Samoa, oi
deis buying conin by cable jcstcidaj'.
He Is on leave of nbsenco from Foit
Shuftei, and Is taking a vciy good
uppoitunlty Tor booing thu K.uno.ui
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveiit ready
in no time, and the price fill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it We've done it, however; io
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
i King near Alapal,