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KVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, inns.
7:30 p. m;
Honolulu Chapter Regular
and Mark Matter, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic Flnt Degree.
Alt visiting members of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
nttend meetings o( local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 la I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
12. R. HENDRY, aeorotary.
BEN. F. VICKIillS. N. (1.
All visiting brother! very oordlalty
MYBTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d utid 4th Tuesday
.of each month at 7:30 p. in. at K. P.
IlnU, corner Tort and ileretanla At.
Vtettlnir Brothers cordially welcome
W. h. LTLE, C. C,
V. WALDRON, K. of It. & B.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mti every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially lmlted to attend
A. O. DEEKINO, C.C.,
JAS. V. tVHITH. K.n.3.
HONOLULU IQDQE G10, B. P. 0. B.
nomolulu Lodee Ko. C1C, B. P. O.
., will meet in their hall on Sing
near Fort Streat every Friday even
M3. l)y order of tho E. It.:
HENRY O. EASTON,
WM. n. McINERNT, E. It.
Wra, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
SIrctB every Slid nnd Ith Saturday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hull, i or. Port and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brotlicra cordially Invited to at
tend. v i.. fuazee, o.c,
i: . .iacorson, K.n.s.
HOSfdltLU A1EIE 140, F. 0." H.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WI$D
NICSDAY qvonlnje ot each month at
7:30, o'clock in K. of P. Hall, comer
Derotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Dagles are Invited to nt
tend, W. L. FRAZEa, W Preit.
H. T. MOOHB, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TBIBB Ko. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
MMts every first and third TbOrs
dar f each month at Knlnhts of
Prtnlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
A. II. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
a. e. Munpriv, o. of n.
f M'l-'-lliJ , T1
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendants.
1st Door Wnikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU BOAP WORKS CO., Ltd,
UdUik bsvalopiag. Printing. Bn-
larging ana Interior Photo-
JtPBML 8T. btit'. "Tautum t Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tut
wit tkatr new J'RBNCH
857 Stctfania St.
nssf-'Tor Rent" cards on sals at
Bulletin office. '
with a wood stove
with fuel at the
hi&h price when
you can bu-n gas
at half the cost and
get belter results in
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF-
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND.
Fresh Family Milch Cows.
The Only GURIO SALOON in Towm
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FZSNI, ROSES and
THE FLOIOEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEW02TH and OBOID Tobaccos
The oily two Md smoking
t Tobaccos, in the Market,
, Frre'PATRicK bros.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND iENEIAL
No careful housewife lets thlniri
CO to Waite.h na. a H 11 t I
Want Ad. and sells them.
Thurlow'i for a lunch or dinner.
ilent Franklin earn. Stkyds. Stbls.
A riding and driving otitnt H offered
ror salee. Sco For Snlo column.
Do not miss tho two specials In
wlillo petticoats nt Whitney &
T.kV5rour e,rrt or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
up to-data repairs.
A gold pin has been lost between
post offlco nnd O. n. & L. depot: See
nd In this Issnc.
Ocorgo E. Vllcs arrived this morn
Ing on tho Mnunn Ken. Ho will re
main In Honolulu for several months.
All kinds of beer, wine and mixed
drinks aro served In the best manner
nt the Fashion. Just aire us a try.
uiiii up no nn tne tclcphnno nnd
the Thomas V McTlghq concern will
lell tho bent to buy In tho liquor line.
A wont to tne wise Is sumclcnt. Jim
Qulnn's seven-sented .Peerless, 101
trips around tho Island with a perfect
score. Phone 200.
On Installments of IS par month you
can purchsse a White Family Rotary
sewing macldne. Benny & Co., Ltd,
stents, 1286 Fort St. Phone 411.
This Is lU'gHttii Day as you all
know. Ilut do jou know that Al Thur
low at the ftoal Annex Is going to
hac an exceptionally flno dinner to
night? A. II. llownt, D. V. S , Is nlwnys
iiMdy to mine immediately for nick
horxes or dogs. Ho mny bo found at
his home or at the Club Stables. Tel
ephones at both places.
The troops at Fort Shatter went
early In Iho week for n three days'
camp In tho hills nboo Mo.inalun.
They were provided with shelter tents.
They experienced considerable rnln.
Do not think Just becauso our ad.
reads Andrew- Usher's Scotch whisky
that wo are not prepared to give on
tho best of brands of all kinds of
liquors that Peacock & Co. aro noted
, Moro thnn flvo hundred acres of
land will be planted In cotton hero
within a short time, any & Robinson
will make tho first try with two or
threo hundred ncres of Sea Island cot
ton. Dr. Wilcox of the Hawaii Exper
iment Station Kas that enough exper
iments havo been tried to domnnstrnla
tho adaptability of all conditions to
the growing of the cotton.
fConllnned from Pent
3. Stx-paddlo Canoo First nrlzc.
130: second prize. SIS. Course: From
judgo'a boat nround No. 10 buoy and
uacK to start.
Four entries showed tin. and drew
for position, tho A, In thu outsldo po
sition, winning iy a neat lead over
tho Hannkcokl and I.ct lllmn, which
rougnt it out In a closo finish, tho
haolcs of thu Outrigger club coming
up fast after an accident which de
layed them nt tho buoy, and being
crossed out right at thu lino by tho
l.ct lllma, whoso coxswain was so cx
cited that ho ciuno up tho bay doing a
very fancy zig-zag. Tho Outriggers
wcro given tho second money on tho
strength of this foul.
Tho race was a good one all through.
Mo Keokco leading at tho start, nnd
making tho buoy first. Here, a nlco
mess ensued, I.lo Keokco being cap
sized, and Hannkcokl delayed. A
went around tho outside ot tho mess,
nnd camo into clear water first, fol
lowed closely by tho Lei lllma, which
might hnvo dono something notowor
thy had tho steering been hotter.
Tlmo of thd raco was 5:54.
4. Freshman Bargo Unco Went as
detailed above. Crows were: Hca
lanl Kddlu Fernandez, stroke; Hill
yard, 2; Itoqiict, 3; Shanton, 4; A.
May, S; U. Andrews, bow; Ben Clark,
cox. Myrti ollcdcmapn, stroke;
Myhro, 2; Zlegler, 3; II. Kerr, 4;
Kales, S; J. O'Bilcn, bow; L. Hough,
Tho fourth ovent of tho day was tho
four-paddlo canoo raco, old Btylo, and
It was One of tho most hotly contest
ed of the regatta, l.eo Keoka, owned
by Dr. Wall, won nut handily, followed
In succession by Cupid's "A," Hoopla,
tho rcproscntntlvo of' tho Outrigger
Club, and Flying Fish. Thoro was no
The Senior pair-oared raco bctwoen
tho tlcalants nnd tho Mj riles was an
other demonstration of tho superior
ity of tho latter club. Tho tlmo of tho
met-, which was won bv tho Myrtles
by four or fho boat-lengths, was
Ono of tho prottleBt races of tho
day was tho four-paddlo canoo, mod
ern stjle. Kamchnmeha A. C. wis all
to tho good. Its boats winning both
first nnd second places. I.nnnklla
wnltzed In a quick winner with Maknl
Flno In tho running. Tho tlmo of this
race wbb 5:07.
THE OIL CARRIER Monterey,
hound for KaannpVll with Associated
Oil In tho tanks, arrived off port thU
morning .from Monterey, with tho
bargo Montorby In tow. Tho bargo
was brought hero, and tho steamer
will proceed on to her destination, lato
A rfost li'wlUit liiotaient of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING 9T. PHONE 525,1
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN. I
AtON IS TOTALLOSS
VICTORIA, II. C, Sept. 18. The British sleamer Aeon, Which went
nshoio on Christmas Island, Is n tot.il loss. She whs carried ashore by
currents. Tho Manuka will probably carry I ho simlvorB to Sidney.
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DEADLY EXPLOSION AT MARE ISLAND
MAKI3 ISIiANI). Calif., Sept. IS. Two hundred nnd fifty gnllons of
gnsnlino exploded on n barge nt the Navy Yard, Injuring tho submar
ines Grampus nnd Pike, killing a machinist and injuring three Runners.
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FOUR HUNDRED SOLDIERS WITH CHOLERA .
ST. PUfEtlSliimO, ttussln, Sept. 18. Four hundred soldiers nrc
down with tho cholera. Thcro nro 395 new cases and 126 deaths report
ed during the past twenty-four- hours.
TWENTY-TW0 CHOLERA CASES
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 18. There nlo twenty-two now cases of chol
era here. A storm Is drenching tho city nnd will assist In cleansing It. A
typhoon Is reported on tho coast.
OREGON AUTHORITIES RESTRAINED
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 18. Federal Jtidgo Ollbert has Issued nn
order restraining Oregon authorities fiom interfering with Washington
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 18. West, assoclnto counsel for Abo
Rucf, has been Indicted for Jitr-briblng and released on $10,000. bonds.
m i mtm i -
POISONED IN HOSPITAL
SAN DIKOO, Calif., 8ept. 18. Four pcoplo are dead of poison and
three 111 nt tho County Hnspitnl. Tho carelessness of n nurse is blamed.
Hiloites Greet Him At
Link McCandless is making hay In
tho siinshlno oer on Hawaii theso
days, according to repot la that hnvo
been received hero. Ho has been
greeted uniformly with enthusiasm
nnd hearty wolcomo by tho residents
of tho Big Island, being met at tho
steamer when ho arrived at Hllo by a.
reception committee headed by I)nil
Ewaliko. Thcro was a great crowd
of enthusiastic Democrats at tho doct,
and Link was cheered to tho echo.
Ho mado n speech at it meeting thnt
evening, other speakers being David
Ewaliko, Scnntor Makckau, and O. W.
K. Kcawcahu. Link left Hllo for Olaa
Friday evening,, making u spcoch
thcro, nnd returned tho samo even
ing. This evening, according to thu
tcntntlvo plans that reached here. Link
expects to speak at l'apalkou and tin
morrow, Sunday, nt Kalapann, 'Puna.
Monday evening ho will bo at Kapoho.
from which placo ho will return to
Turkey, Persia and Russia havo
been Invited by Secretary of Stato
Root to paitleliialo In tho Internation
al opium conference, to bo held in
Shanghai .t'hln.i, beginning with thu
Cod Liver Oil
IT DOES THINGS QUICKLY.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
Red Raspberries fe Blackberries
These OREGON WILD BERRIES are 'carefull packed in tins to retain all their delicious
flavor. They make a delicious dessert, and are urieqtialed for pies 'and pastry.
J. M. Levy & Cb.,
has iU cause. If you frown, squint,
or narrow the eyes to see objects,
your eyes need a good pair of glasses.
The- llnw-allan Engineering Associa
tion held Its annual meeting Inst even
ing and elected tho following officers:
Chairman, James T. Tnjlor; Mco
chairman, O. II. Oero; secretary, Har
old Lord; treasurer, Irwin Spalding.
Dliectors (nt largo) E. A. South
worth. F. O. Boycr, W. O. Whlto; for
Hawaii, It. R. Elgin, Mahukona; for
Maul, W. D. Lowell, Pali; for Kauai,
A. F. Evvart.
A paper was read by W. A. Converso
of tho Deal born Drug & Chemical Co.,
oil "Oil Deposits In Steam Bollcra."
Drought has closed many manufac
turing plants and cnuscd a water fam
ine in tho town and country of west-
orn Pennsylvania nnd West Virginia.
A gen'tlo driving and riding maro, 7
jc.tra old; Watcrtown road wagon,
canopy top, and hnrncss In uso ona
car; price $250. p. O. Box 102.
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IN FOREIGN PORTS
V I T
Frlday, September 18.
HAN FRANCISCO Hailed Sept. IS:
H. 11. Lurlinc. fur Honolulu.
ORAY'S HARBOR Arrived Sept. 18:
Bchr. Chns. E. Falk, from Eleele.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Sept. 15:
S. 8. Mexican, from Hllo, Aug. 31.
Saturday, September 19.
LAMBERT'S POINT Sailed Sept. 15:
Br. S. S. Katunn, for Honolulu.
THi: CANADIAN AUSTRALIAN
sleamer Mnnuka, bound from tho
Hcjiind townnl Iho Colonies, mado port
early this morning, nftcr a smooth and
plensant trip, leaving this afternoon
ngaln at 3 o'clock. Progressive bridge
and euchre provided n good deal of
amusement during the trip, and n
cricket gamo between tho passengers
and -the officers mado some keen snort.
Tho passengers won, mainly through
tnc lino worK oi Artiiur Kidman.
THE MAUNA KEA arrived this
morning from Hllo with a small list
of passengers. She experienced fair
ly good weather on her return trip,
Her enrco consisted of 1 box chickens,
4 horses, 5 bags potatoes, r, bags awa,
15 pieces Japanese oars, 15 packages
vegetables, 15 bags 'cabbages, 18 bag.i
taro, 21 bags Tel. pins, 23 crates eel
cry, 28 empty kegs, 41 onrds wood, 40
barrels empty bottles, 189 packages
PURSER PHILLIPS reports tho
following sugar ready for shipment on
Haw-all: Olaa. lt,r.3A; Walnaku, 15,-
700! Ononiea, 14.393; Pepeekeo, I8D0;
Laiilahoehoc, 1500: Kiikalnu, 190;
Hamnkua, 18,000; Pnauhnu, 1C85; Pu
nalnu, 97C5; Honuapo, 39G1.
THE FRENCH cruiser Catlnat,
which Is cruising In tho South Scats,
and which has visited this port suv
cral times, will return hero In October.
THE MAUNA KEA came In oft her
regular run this morning, bringing tho
Moohenu baseball team from Hllo.
THE LIKELIKE arrived this morn
Ing fiom Kaiial.
Saturday, September 19.
Temperatures 0 n. m., 75; 8 a. in.,
79; 10 a. m., 79; noon, 80; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m 29.98; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., 7.G33 grains per
cubic root; rclntlvo humidity, 8 a. in,
72 per cent; dew point, 8 n. ni 09.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 10, direction
N. E.; 8 a. in., velocity 11, direction
N. 15.: 10 n. m.. velocity 9. direction
N. E.; noon, velocity 20, direction NX.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8a.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nl noon, 281 miles.
WM. B. BTOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
JAPANESE AND TEXAS
CHICAGO, III.. Sept. 1. What
about this prediction of Captain
Hobsou's that Chicago within six
carH will bo sacked by the Japan
ese? As a problem of State anil a
question of strategy It wns put up
today to Colonel Milton O. Foreman
of tho First Cavalry, Illnols National
Quard, who said:
"Tho Alabama Congressman Is
quoted as saying thnt Canada'' and
Mexico contain thousands of Japan
ese who will bo rapidly mobilized,
drilled, and set In motion toward Chi
cago as tho great Industrial renter
of tho country. Suppose, tho Captain
is light, and nn army of Japanese Is
recruited In Mexico, say, and Is
headed over iho prairies toward Chi
cago, Do you hear tho rebel yell In
Tcxus? Personally, 1 don't bcllcvo
tho little fellows could cet through
threo counties of the Lono Star Stato
without being turned up nnd spank
ed. "And there's Oklahoma and Kan
sas, full of husky, six-foot, corn-red
Americans. It's enough to make your
heait ncho for tho Japanese."
The Weekly Edition of Ih. Evenlnn
nuiioiin give a complete summary or
the news of the day.
King St. near Bethel.
Saturday, September 19.
Stmr. Mauiin Ken, Freeman, from
Hllo, 7:40 n. m.
Stmr. Manna Kea, Freeman, from
Hllo nnd Maul, 7 n. in,
Stmr. Llkcllke, Nnupala, from Kauai,
7:50 a. in.
It, M. S. S, Manuka, from Vancouv
er, 8:10 n. m.
Am. S. S. RosccrniiB, from Monto
re', for Kuannpall, 9 a, in,
Bargo Monterey, from Montuiey, 9
Friday, September 18.
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for La
Inlna nnd Hllo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nlihau, Oncss, for Hawaii, 5
Schr. Ka Mol, for Hnwall, 4 p. m.
Yacht Hawaii, for Molokai, 7 p. m.
R. M. S. S. Manuka, for tho Col
onies, 3 p. m.
Per R. M. S. S. Mnnuka, Morrisby,
from Vnncomcr nnd Victoria, 7 n. in.,
Sept. 19. Mrs. Do Freest nnd 2 chil
dren, Mrs. F. J. Norton nnd 2 chil
dren, Mrs. Bnbson, Miss A. Flower,
Miss Gordon, Miss Folty, Miss N. B.
Baker, Messrs. C. A. Elchler, 11. U
Denny. Wen Moon, W. Dlctz. Dr.. Bab
son, T. Wise, Mrs. J. Hill, A. McKay,
F. Crosby, Lang Kusch.
Per Blmr. Claudlne. Bennett, for La'-
Inlna nnd Hllo, Sept. 18, 5 p. in. If.
II. James and wlfo, Geo. W. Carr, C,
IS. Wright, J. II. Fuller, E. W. Russell
nnd wife. Ah Ping. W. P. Hnrn, J. B.
Thompson and wlfo, H. E. Savage. A.
T. Wnkcfleld, C. B. Wells, W. W. Tay
lOr, Q. Q. Bradford, J. K. Bracon, Jan.
Morse, M. Farla, Mrs, Hcffrnn, Mrs. J.
Q. Brown, Rev. J. E. Keklpl. H. Holo
moku, Joo Pun, J. Knnutaln, Loo Moon,
nnd wlfo, Kucn Sen, C. M. Kauul, Miss
Cockctt, Mrs. Jos. Cockctt. Mrs. Knla
Llllll nnd child. Mrs. J. S. Knlama,
Miss E. Malaloha, F. J. Church, Icong
Tnl, D. L. Kahaleoahu.
Per Stmr. Muuna Kea, Freeman,
from Hllo, Sept. 19. W. N. Van Win
kle, Miss H. Van Winkle, W. N. Bo
nn. A. W. Church, Dr. J. A. Dawson,
Mrs. Dawson, Miss Stcrrltt. Miss L.
Munroo, H. I). Wlshard, R. Bruns, W.
Ah Hip, G. V. Jnklus, Mrs. Jnklns, Mrs.
Stone, Geo. Desha, B. Lyman, II.
Brown, J. Bird, J. Todd, J. Tcvls. J.
Williams. S. Anakalca. A. OUvelra,
Mrs. L. Turner. Thos. Cook, H. F. Wil
liamson, W. Williamson, Miss J.
Macey, Master E. Nakulna, Mrs. J. D.
Lewis. E. M. Campbell,. H. B. Glrfardt
J. E. nucha, Mrs, Rocha, and child,
Master Rocha, II. Gluaca. J. A. Ken
nedy, Rev. A. 8. Baker. F. P. Thoriia,
M. Armta, Mrs. L. A. Williams, K. HI
rntsu, H. Lewis, J. G. Dassel, H. Nl
shimorl, J. Mclnecko. Mrs. Melnecko,
Sam Parker, Mrs. S. Parker, Miss
Parker, Mrs. G. Schmidt, A. Guerrero.
Miss C. Guerrero, Mrs. Guerrero and
child. Master P. Guerrero, Miss K.
Campbell. Mrs. Kukahlko. Master Ah
Tan Lo, Sing You, H. E. Hcnrlcks, II.
T. Ilnysclden, Mrs, Hnyscldcu, Master
D. Hnyscldcu, G. Klmiirn, R. Mura
kami, Y. Tasaka, J. Yamanakn,
Excessive or continued uso of al
cobo'le beverage always results In n
diseased condition of the nervoue sys
tem. The drinking man Is often heard to
lay, "f can stop of my own free will
and when I wish," but tho poor fellow
Is now devoid of the power to act at
the proper time nnd In tho right way,
it's too late, the craving has secured
a firm hold and because ot the diseased
nervous system he has not the ability.
for'suBtalned effort. The result wo all
Drunkenness lb no longer, considered
a crimo: eminent scientists and phy-
blclans have agreed that It, Is a disease
and must be treated as auch.
Tho home treatment that has been
nt cd for .a number of years, and Is
highly successful, Is Orrlne. It Is said
alder a positive guarantee that It It
does not effect a cure your money will
Orrlne is In two forms. When desir
ing to give secretly, purchase Orrlne
No. 1, and If the patient will volun
tarily take the treatment, Orrlne No.
2 should be given. Tho guarantco is
the same in either case. Orrlne costs
but $1.00 per box. Mailed In plained
sealed wrapper on receipt ot price.
Write for free treatise on "Drunken
ness" malleJ In sealed envelope by
The Orrlno Co., Washington, I). O.
Sold by lending druggists everywhere.
Mid in this city by Honolulu Drug
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havfit 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 near AlapaL
A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE.
' Order A Case Todly.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
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