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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ?. It., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, MS.
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7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter nrfjular
and Mark M.ister, 7:C0 p. m.
Oceanic First Dcrjree.
All visiting monitors of the
Ortlcr nro cordially Imlted to
attend meetings of local lodaea
HAItMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meats overy Monday even Inn nt
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hull. Fort Street.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
DEN. F. V1CKKHB, N. 0.
All visiting brothers Tory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Kfttrta orcry 2d ntnl -ith Tuesday
ot each month nt 7:30 t. m. at 1C. 1.
Ufill, corner Fort mid HoreUnlu SU.
Visiting Drothors coidlally walen.ne
W. h. 1,YI.H. C. C!
1'. WALDHON'. K. of U. & S.
0A1IU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flm nnd third FrI-
lijv ovonlns nt 7:40 in IC. ot P. HAD,
corner l'ort nud llarotanla. VIsltlns
brothers cordially Invited to attorn!.
A. 0. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. V. WIIITIS, K.H S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Moaolulu Lodo No. C1C, B. P. O.
K., will meet In their hall on Klne
Har Tort Street overy Friday cvon
tog. Uy order of tlie E. It.:
I1ENIIY C. HA9TON,
TO, II. HcINRUNY, B. R.
7ia. IVKUiim LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats vcry Saturday evening at
"'fr'Sfo'ilriiSr 1i.Iv. of I Hall, tor.
Tort nnd Eurttanla. VIsltlns broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. h. rRAZEE. C C,
n. a. JAConsoN, K.n.s.
IfCtfoLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvonliiBS of each month at
7:30 o'clock lit K. of P. Hall, corner
Rerotunla and fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to nt
tend. v. i,. FRAzrcn. v., rrest.
11. T. HOOnH, Secy.
haVailui thibe No. 1, i. o. n. m.
JdPelS ovsry first ami third Thurs
days nf rarh wnnlh at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Viililns brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. U. Altl.EKHI. Sachem.
A. E. SJCRPIIY, C. ot It.
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Y0UKQ AND TENDER
r Ask Your Grocer
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Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging nnd Interior Photo-graphing.
L. HOTTEST, hot. ttrtnanu & Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
Kf iirj-uiuuiwiij; jirocccs.
257 Beretnnin St. Fhoac 1401.
J25JT- BULLETIN ADS PAY -swj
a m vty w
Every ei -ei of Honolulu should
take immediate steps to free his prem
ises from rats the primary cause of
tho Urccdcd bubonic plague.
Ucc a reliable poison like Stearns'
Electric Rat and Roacli Paste, which
can be depended upon to drive the
rate out of the house to die, and clear
the premises of the deadly vermin.
Nearly all drugjlsts now have
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste,
and a 25; tjox is usually all that is
needed, .13 it will kill off the rats In an
average house In n single night. For
barns, warehouses, etc., It is better to
buy a dollar box which contains eight
times as much as the 5: size.
Everyone should (jet to work at
once In the fight for csnltary condl.
Are you out to save
wiSi be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
j Alw.ays Fresh at
S Fort and King St.
THE PAINTER- '
Tho Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right nest to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up nnd hive tome fun.
Choice FERNS, EOSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIE3T, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
Telephone S39. 1
EDGEW017H and QB0ID Tohaccoj
Tho only two cod smolclnB
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
,No careful housewife lets thine?
go to waste she uses aBulietin
want Ad, and sells them,
Thurlow's for a lunoh or dinner.
Tlio Hoard of AiulcnUmo nnd Tor
"jtty nicotst tlilx nftoinooii at 3.
C S. IK'liky left for thH Coast In tlio
Alntnuila. Ho expects to return.
Sni)crvlBor V. 1'. llnla of Hnnn,
Maul, will loavo In tlio Clnndlnu on
Coiinly Attorney S. K, Kai-o of
Kaunl rotnrnud to lili liomo yt'Kti'rdny
In tlio llnll.
fllirls Holt Is liclns mciitlonod as n
iokIIiIo candidate for lln olllco of
Take jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. lor
up todute repnlrs.
i;-.liidcn Knlwl of l.llmo, Knual, left
Si'stcrdny nftoriKHin for Mr Iioum. Hi
oKrlr tci run for tlio IIoiikc.
All kinds of bcor, wines and mixed
drinks nro nerved In tho best manner
at tho Fashion. Jmt give m a try.
Mrs I,. A. Coney received u letter
thii morning from l.llmo untioiiiirlng
the lililli of mi eight-pound grl to
Mrs. .1. 11 Coney.
A word to tlio wIkci Is BitlTIcleiit. Jim
Qiilnn'D tou-ii-Hented l'eerless, 101
tilps around tho Inland with 11 perfect
score. I'liono 200.
On Installments of S3 liar month you
can purchuso a Whlta Family Hotary
ovln michluv. Bauuy Co., Ltd
sgkllts, 12(6 Fort St. l'hon 4S8.
The Alexander Young Cafo has Its
own urleslnn well on tho premises
nml tho host water In tho city Is ued
lor nil eooklng nod drinking purpoxes.
.No iiiiuio Khiiulil I hi wlllioiit a Victor
Tnlklng Mnchluo, nnd no homo need
lie. II Is easy lo gel It on inir easy
liiymeiil plan, llergslnim Music Co.,
Are ou one ot the fortunate liuyers
who me tiklm; ailvautai;e of tho Krent
lieddlim liarKitlus nt lllnni's this week?
llelter KCt In early, floods uro KolllK
To Bet full value for your ironoy In
liulnK elolhes, jon must Ket clothes
that lust on and "kiti their looks.
Wo know tills, and so wo keep Stein
Illoeh elolhes. M. Mcltierny, Ltd.
For protnpt nnd efficient scrvlco In
ilellverliiR packages, iuvltnllous or let
ters.. Urn; up 122 City Mossciiper Ser
vice. Iin nations and letters In fairly
larse lots, otiu rent each. Suo our
l'resldent Mark llohlnion of the
Hoard of Health tho other day sent a
w.iKonlnad of lmmiiiau nnd Mignr rune
to tho hos nt tho homo for tho non
leprous hoys of leprous parents. It
was thoionshly enJocd
The funeral ot the lalo Walter S.
Mniehanl of tho postofllco stair was
held yesterday afternoon from tho
undertaking parlors of II. 11. Williams.
Chtieuce CrnbliO had churKO ot tho ar
rangements on behalf of tho fnmlly.
President Mark Itoblnson of tho
Hoatd of Health 111 his annual report
says that the number of deaths from
tulicrculoils ilitrlm; tho year ending
Juno .".'I uro 2ilfit as usalnst 343 thq
year before. Ho mhoeates a pavilion
for til" tientment of lluiso BiltTurlug
from the disease.
Tho icsiilar innnllily literary meet;
I Hi; of the CIiIiiofo Stmleuls' Alllnncd
of Hawaii will bo held at Its hall In
Hie Chlncvn Y M. C. A. premises on
Friday, ovonlns. September ISth. 1908,
ut 7:30 o'clock. Tho Hov. Dr. Scud
der of Central Union Church will de
liver an address. All friends nro cor
Hon. Frank 11. l.oonilx, United
Stales Comn-'.Fslcmer to Japan In con
nectlon with exposition matters, will
Klvo an fnfornlnl address nt tho regular
bimonthly meetliiR of Ihn Chamber of
Commeieo this nftcrnouu nt 3, o'clock
In the Chamber of Commcrco room.
Stnngomvalit blilidlng. lliislncss' nnd
profesr.lou.il men generally aro (nvlted
liy the board of trustees to bo present.
Word Iibb Jm.t been lecelvcd by let
ter that I'rnr. C, 11. Hitchcock, the
dlstlugiilMicd geologist and sclciitlst
of Dartmouth College, and IiIh family
aro coming lo Honolulu by tlo Siberia
early In November to tako iiji their
temporal)' residence hero, Ills family
consists of his vKe and two daughters,
nil of whoir- aro well knottii hero, hav
ing spent a year hero somo sqvon
A FAMILY OF
It Is mui tllnt'imo family tirenlueea
four such distinguished men in"Chrls?
Hun leadership ns tho TVdley family
of Canada. Three of tho four nro In
chargo of (hreo of tho greatest Con
Ri'eR.iltounl Churrhcs of . tho Domin
ion a lul tho fourth, Ilov. Il'lltoml'oilloy,
Is one of i lie foremost uilss'lonnrles in
Jnpan, Fortunately Mrs! Orrumel II.
Onllck, of this city, mid Mrs. Pedloy
are roiislns. heiico on tho return with
tlio family to Japan u' .stopover at Ho
uolulii was planned. Tho Asia hrouRht
tho vlsltoru hero last Monday. Mr.
I'edley in a very popular speaker In
two l.ingiuiRes. being known In Japan
an one of tho ablest users ot that
knotty touguo During his recent trip
In America ho has been In, constant
demand lioth north and smith of the
boundary between Canada and tho
Stales . Central Union Churrh Is hap
py to tinnomica liat Mr. l'edlcy will
bpeak this evening aj (ho mld-woek
fcorvlce. Tho publlo nro heartily wel
come. ' i ' .. 'I m I
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
c2 s. king st. ' phone 525.
the best "fitters" in town.
Big Arkansas Majority
MTTLK HOCK, Ark.,
knusas by 05,000 majority.
The following statistics of prev ions elections are from tho World
Almanac: 1902 Democratic majority, 48,103; 1904 Democratic mnjol
Ity, 17,574; 1900 Democratic majority, Gl784.
i ii m i
NKW YOItK, N. Y Sept. K,.
Jloroslnl was originally tho bodyguard of Jny Oould, and once saved
him from being thrown Into a cellar-way. Could kuvo him his start In
tho banking business, where he accumitlntcd millions. Several years ngn
his dutightcV married his coachman.
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS GETTING HARMONIOUS
llOCHESTF.lt, N. Y Sept. IB. The New York Democrats have har
monized their illrfereuies, and will piobnbly noiiilnnto Chnnlcr for Uov-ernor.
CINCINNATI. O., Sept IB. Mr.
negro ministers, sympathized With tin)
MANIIjA, P. I Seit IB. Tlio Army transjiort Sherman Is dctnlned
hero by the nppcniaiica of one ease or cholera on hoard.
MR. ROOSEVELT IS PLEASED
OYSTEIl HAY, I,. I. Sept.'lK. f'Tcsdleiit Itooscvclt Is hlRhly pleased
over the lenomlnatloii of (loVernor Hiighea. .!.'
REPUBLICANS CARRIED1 PORTLAND
PORTLAND, Mnlne, Sept. IB.
by 7,749 majority.
MONITOR WYOMING TO BE
CALLED THE CHEYENNE.
Vallejp, Sept. 4, .The Navy Depart
ment olllolals In "Washlnsion lime di
rected that tho monitor Wyonilm; bo
placeil in coinmlaslon as i-oou tin nos-
slblo without tho yard fences working
overtime on her. In iicrordaneo with
(he orders received osterday,' tho
work on this vessel must lie completed
not later than Saturday, Septeir-'jer
2i;th, so that the monitor can bo placed
In couiinlsslmf on tho 1st of October.)
When tho bhlp Is commissioned her
name will bo changed fiom V)omlng
to tlio Ulieyenno, as tho Nny Depait-
meiit wishes to nainn one of the new
battlo-shlpB now being constructed on
tho Eastern Coast Wyoming.
Barley and hops
a food and a tonic. A trifle of alcohol
an aid to digestion. That's Primo
Beer. If you get a pure beer, nothing
is better for you. .ml..
It is not good advice to say, "Don't
Your doctor will advise you to drink
it. , Xhe healthiest peoples of the world
drink the most of it.. , ; .
Primo Beer is both good and good
for you. , Nine, people out of ten:would
be better for drinking it..
This home beer has the best flavor
and quality because of jts; absolutely
purity.. t is aged for months, then
filtered, then sterilized.- .. , , .
' - ' rt ...
. There are no after effects with
' fc s
t ' t.
Tho Democrats liavo
oioslnli tho bnnkcr, Is dead.
Tnft. In n non-partisan addrcsi to
struggle of the racn for civil rights
have carried tho
BAND AT AALA PARK.
The Hawaiian- hand will piny, this
evening nt Anhi Park-, JIick program
being ns follows:
Overture Comedy .' Itcl.i
March Hungarian Hilton
Waltz "My l.ady Iivo" I.lddlol
Selection "Pntlenco" ..
Vocal Hawaiian songs... ar. by Herger
Selection "Host of AII" .... Williams
"The Kismet Patrol
March "Hlio" ...,j IlorRer
"Tho Star Spangled Runner."
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
MaMtoTtf,ttLik,h.lfalW'. -... .J.r ,,& ..Ix.' ,( ' . i, , f , . ;,.,' , h-ve&i&l$Lbu&l t VS&. J- ' V ' '
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, September 16.
SAN FllANCISCO Sailed Sept. 15:
U. 9. A. T. Crook, noon, for Hono
lulu. S. S. Mongolia, 1 n. m., for Hono
lulu. S. S..VIrRlnlnn. for Seattle.
SAN FllANCISCO Arrived Sept. IS:
S. S. Hllonlnn. 2 p. m.. hence Sept. 8.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 10:
Sj.S, Hongkong Mam, henco Sopt. 4.
HII.O Sailed Sept, IS:
S. S. Alnskon, for Son Francisco.
THE KINAU came In from Knual
this morning, bringing with her tho
Pete buoy, which was found olt Hnnu
pepo Point, adrift. She had tho fol
lowing freight: B000 bags sugar, 100
bags rice, 9B bags turo, .25 cases pines,
10 .bags coconnuls, 17 empty wlnn
casks, B0 bundles hldos, 8 bundles
pelts, B barrels tallow, C eniply rub
drums. 3.1 barrels empty bottles, 2.1
cases bees wax, 25 cases pears, and
limes, and 7B packages sundries.
THE AMERICAN schooner C. A.
Thnyor, Captain Peterson, laden with
lumber, nrrlved this morning from Ab
erdeen, 2G days out. Sho had u unlet
voyage, with much calm weather. 558
000 feet of lumber aie In her cargo.
THE MARAMA had a crazy man
this trip, which the nlllcers tried to
Innd, but failed. Sho left at 5 o'clock-
yesterday nf tci noon Tor the Sound.
THE URITISH trump steamer Rom
ford left this morning nt 10 o'clock
for Euicka, tu load lumber for Aus
ADMIRAL (1F.OROE C. HF.CKI.HY
Is planning a whaling expedition to the
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Prescrintions are carefully and ac-
curately filled and eyes expertly fitted
with glasses by
Wednesday, September IC.
A.-1I. S. S. Arlzonan, Nichols, from
San Francisco, a. m.
Am. sciir. C. A. Thayer, Peterson,
from Aberdeen, a. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from Kauai,
o a. m.
Tuesday, Sept. Hi.
C.-A. S. S. Mnramn, ailib, for Van
couver nnd Victoria, C'p, m,
Stmr. Ntllinii, for Knual, n,:25 p. in.
Stmr. W. O. llnll, for Knual pons,
G p. m.
Stmr. Mlkaluila, for Moloknl and
Maul ports, G p. tit.
Stmr. Nocuii, for llonokuu an I Kti
kiilhnelc, G p. in.
Wednesday, September 10.
O. S. S. Alnmeda, Dowdell, for Sun
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Ent;. stmr. Itombord, for Kureka, 10
l'er stmr. Klnau. Ffion Knual. Sept.
IC A. Ferry, F. A. llacnlsch, Miss
C. 11. Walker, II. W. M. Mist, A. Hart
ley, K. S. (IJcrdruni, W. O. Hall, M.
Hmmhtalllm;, It, Hamilton, C. Wlebko,
D. Kenhihuln, Youiir Sam?, S. l'clers,
W. l'eters, E. II. Weed and wife, Mrs.
I'ellcr nnd rhlldren, Miss E. Knhcle,
V. Ellis, Muster lliiKcinnu, Knnemut
su nud wife, N. Iimifugi nnd :I8 on
l'er. O. S. S. Ahimedn, Dowdell, for
San Frnuclsco, Sept. lfi.--Wllfred
Adonis, .1. Andrade, M. 1. Unlit), K.
Ilullaril, Mrs. Uallurd, T, D, ll.itos,
Mrs. .1. W. IlerKstroiu ami two chil
dren, Mis. llrnudeii, Miss II. U:-nudeii,
It. Iluhler, Mrs. lliihler, W. K. ll.inte,
(). Clemens, Mrs, M, E. CokkIiI-i. (t. S.
Dcsky. W. Dulo. II. II. Duncan, Mrs.
Duncan, Henry Ficnch u:iJ vuiel. Miss
J. tletturd, Fred llallen, Mrs. Hallen.
Misses Horgnard (U), (1. Hofganrd,
Miss Jocidyu, Mrs. F S. I.ee, Mr. Mud
hnrd. T. Lowell. It. W. Mnrtlnolf, Mls.i
K. Mills, 15. A. Mclnemy, .1. F. Mor
K.in, Mrs. Dr. It .E. Niiwlunds, F. Nu
nez. Miss C. Oss, S. W. I'nrker. Miss
E. Peterson, .Ins. Folk, Mrs. Folk,
Dr. 11. .1. I'oltle, Miss I'owell, Mis. .1.
(1. Pratt, J. Rlnaldo, Miss Shurpo, V.
E. Shaw. Mrs. Shaw, .1. K. Simiott,
Mrs. Slunett. E. It. Stncknble. U. Sil-
ens. P. J. Thompson, it. S. Thurston,
Mis. L. Warren, Mrs. II. Werner, Miss
Werner, C. Whitney, Mark Hurdy,
Madumo Arrnl nnd maid, Herold lias
sett. Per It. M. S. S. Moromi, Olhb, for
Vancouver und Vlctorlu, Sept. 1G. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Olson, Mrs. F. A. Ham
den, Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming, Miss
K. EUlnger, J. A. D. Mnckean, Uyron
O. Clark, Mr. and Mis. J. Dryant, Mrs.
M. It. Veltman, Mrs. M. N. Hay, Mrs.
E. E. Oldlng nud 2 children, C. K. Fer
lis, Mr. and .Mr J. W. It. Chapman, E.
C. Mulr, 8. S. Wlckson, J. Prltchard,
P. Tosh, K. I.oiiKlier.
Per stmr. Mlkaluila, for Moloknl and
Maul, Sept. lG, W. A. l.ano, wlfo and
child, CIiiik. flay and wife.
Per stmr. W. O. Hull, for Kauai,
Sept. 1G. A. D. Hills and wlfo, A. F.
Wednesday, September 111.
Temperatures 0 a. m., 7G; 8 a. m.,
77; 10 a. m., 79; noon, 80; niurnlnf;
llnrometcr, 8 a. m., 30.07; absolute
humidity, S a. m., G.27G grains por
cubic foot; telatlvo humidity, 8 u. m.,
C3 per cent; dow point, 8 n. m., K3.
Wind u n. m., voloclty (!. direction
E.i 8 n. nu velocity G, direction N. E.;
10 a. m velocity 8, direction N. K.;
noon, velocity 10, direction E.
Rulufnll during 24 hours ended 8 n.
in., .0G Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 101 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN.
Sectlon-Dircct6r, Weather Bureau.
CAPTAIN NIOHOLS TAXES
(Continued from lice 1)
out to Sullua Cruz shortly. Sho Is to
tako tho place of the Virginian, Cap
tain Joo's foimcr command, on that
run, nnd tho Virginian Is shifted In
tho Sound run, In tho place ot tho All
Nebraska Methodists havo begun
war on Speaker Cannon for his atti
tude on temperance legislation. Let
ters have been scut out urging voters
not to vote for candidates for Con
gress who nro Known to favor Can
Robert Caldwell of New York,
wanted In England for trlul on n
chmgo of porjury In the famous Drum
case, will, It Is expected, never ho
able to go Into court. He Is now lit
n critical condition ut the Manhattan
State Asylum on Ellis Island.
Tho Now York Stnto Charity Asso
ciation, In Its campaign aguinst tu
berculoids, Is making uso of phono
graphs to delhcr health lectures at
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll havejit ready
in no time, and the price Mil be to
low that yon will wonder how we can
do it We've done it, however; to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. .... Xing near Alapai,
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