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BVUHIKM llUtildfTtN. nOKOMll.U,T.II,WlinNWinV ftKPT -'.(. 1(10.
MFT STARTS TOUR
Wo mnful housewife let tliinH;
I to to vtr the uir n B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
1 illA V
LiiIk rh-pir Tin 2 Regular
I l UHUAV
Honolulu Chapter Pool Mdater
and Moot Excellent Matter.
Hawaiian ConahMory Special.
pacific Third Dogret.
Hawaiian Third Degree
All tUUIoc morobira ir tfio
Order are rdlallr Invited tu
OHcnd meelinf of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
ZIotU every Mondav evening lit
V:30 In I. O O F. Hall Tort Street
K R MNDIIY. Secretary.
BEN. P. VICKERS, N. O.
All Tlsltlnc brother very cordially
MYM1C LODGE. No. 13. X. OF P.
IteiU everr Sd and 4th Tuesday
at each month at 7 30 p m at K. P.
nail, cornar Foit and Heretanta Hts.
Visiting Iliotheri" cordially welco.Df
W. L LYLE, C C.
y. WALDRON. K. of n. & s.
OAHU LODGE, Ko. 1. K. of P.
Meets every flrat nnJ thlnl I'rl-'
day ovcnlue ut 7-30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Foit and Ileretanla. Vliltlas
brothers cordially InYlted to attend.
A. O. DKICRINQ. C.C.,
JA8. W. WH1TU. K.RJ3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
riouOlUlu Lodge No. 618, D. P. O.
U will tniat In their hall on King
near Fort Street evoiy Friday evtfn-
fly ordnr of the B It :
UEMIY C. I2ASTON,
WS1. U. MclNKRNY, H. H.
Wm. H'KlNLEY I0D0E No.8, K.ofP.
Meets cverv 2nd and 4th Snttirduy
OTenlnc ,t 7.3d o'lhxW In K of P.
Hall, i or 1'oit nnd Heretiuiln. Visit
ing brothes inidl.ill Invited to at
tond. W I- rjlXZEE. CO,
i: A. .IAC01ISO.W K us.
IfOMitTLU AERIE 140, T. 0. E,
Meats on the 2ml and 1th WED
NESDAY evoninjs of each month ut
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Halt, corner
Dwreianla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Hasles nro Invited to nt
tend. V. L. FRAZEE. '., Prest.
11. T. MOORE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meats every first and third Thurs
days of eath month at Knlghtd of
Pjlklns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
rHally Invited to attend.
A. a ARLHIGII. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. nf R.
BEST HEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants
1st Door Waikiki of Central File Stu.
Ask Your Grocer
an - Ka - Sana
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd
F. 8. N a ,4a mi.
Krilalt Derelojrinff, Printing, Et
larjjini; nd Interior Photo-
J50K3L ST. tot. ITuushu & Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
" FRENCH LAUNDRY
with their naw FRENCH
C57 Borotanla St. Phone 1491.
pj5"For Rent" cards on tale at
v use tooling
with a wood stove
with fuel at the
high price when
you can burn gas
at half the cost and
get better results in
Konofeta Gas Co.
Always Freeh at
Fort and King St.
xwirwftv - Mjfc" ii t-wr
LiMJIES' IXLT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS. CHIP
Arc Sold at Very Bcasonablo Prices.
Wire Frames Hude to Order.
30 KINQ ST.
FINE AND TAT
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Choiw JEP.N9, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEWOimi and QB0ID Tobaccos I
The only two pood smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
FITZPATRICK BROS. '
and JlYRT'EE CIGAR STORE.
want Ail. And sella thorn,
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
i I'rlmvHa Theresa Wllcii culled on
CiiMrimr I rem ibis iiioiiiIiih on lm
I iM mi IhihIiii'h
I 'laJiu uur carrlngo or iiutomoMIn
, tu Hawaiian Carrlaicu Mnnfy. Co.. lor
i up-to-date repairs.
, 'I It. Territorial Orand Jury won In
'i snii.n ihlx mortiltiK tnkliiK up ii num
'' I (if .lllH1ll"t' UllHI'M.
All kltula of bwr, wtnoa and mixed
, drinks aro served In Vho best manner
nt the Fashion. Just kIvo us a try.
I Mr Vim Dlnn of tin- federal llxper-
lux-ill Htiitliin has iiiiirluiKcil u nil
miii' trtii'i In .Manna iiml will Imllil.
KiTri-tiin Mutt Smith In ilonylng
iiIhim It I't nil IMtc)rn Itipsc dnya, nn lie
ii nnrUInu hard mi tho I'lerllnii laws
A nurd to tliu wlc Is suinclent. Jim
tulun'ii vuun-seaUil Peerless,' 101
trips around tho Islund with u perfect
fccure. Phone 200.
In u niimbor nf cikpr which won1
hi fur 1 1 1 it 1 licforc .Inilcc ItiililiiKiiu
HiIb iniiitilnc. Hit! appeals will pmlialh
l ulihiliiiwn. 'Ihcsr me JaiiancHc
rati's nf minor Importance
8iiK't1iiti'iidi'ttt of Pulillr Works
Man urn C.iniilioll, M P. HnliliiHoii
anil the (i)iitriirlur, will k out to Kn
llhl this iiflcrnooii nud lnrati' the Kile
fin the new honiu for non-li prmm lioe
The aeildeiit whleh h!i)pelii'il to the
marine railway is under lnvemlKnllon
In lm- Public Works Department
1'iirther than that they are Inu'silKit
luc the matter. nolltliiK can lie le.irneil
Mls I.iim l.lojd and her chum. Mlm
Nellie lluiliiiitt. aro apendliu; a few
iIiivk a O.iIiii'b mini beautiful lesiirt,
llaliln.i ItepoitH Hint have come up
linllr ile that the two populat Klilf lire
liming n -iilundlil time.
(' pt.iln Keen, eiiminamlniit of the
local Naal Station, and Hear Ailiuli.il
llnllMln, called on (!neruor I'leai
thin moriilni; anil talked over the naal
coiiilllIniiH heio, lefenlng espeelall
to the work boIiir on at 1'earl llnihur.
Marhlon Oamphell will tool: lulu the
Kula water fauiliiu xllualltm as well
as oilier matters peiluiiilui; to liln de.
p.irtment when lm makei the tilp tu
the oilier Islands with (iovetiior Krear
nnd Her'ain illmi Expcit Newell. The
.Mahiikona l.unllm; eonlioveriiy will
ulo be Riven coiiplilerallnn.
Deputy Uiilled States Marshal llnr
ly Holt has Kiipe to Hawaii to brlliK
hack Kainano. a ilefaullliiK witness In
the Kaalli hti.i IiIj;,iiiu ute. K'iniano
was .s.i ed with a subpoena, and. us
he was one of the principal witnesses
fur the prosecution, be was badly
v ami d He did urn runic, mi ll.tiri
lie Ii was s nt utii i Mm In Pie niean
I lime K i.illi hiri pba.leil i:iii mid was
I seuienced In upend four mouths over
tne rei r
VA! IIINCTON, D C, Sept. S. -
Secretin) uf t'ommeiee anil Labor
Strain nald Today that since tint exec
utive older of the President had he
come tlioroiiKhly-tiiidcrstood In Japan,
Immigration from that country bad
fallen off In a (oiihldeiable extent, M
that now It H only one-third what It
was the jear before. JapancMi luiinl
Kratlon for tlio llscal war 11)07 was
.'III, 000, Including those .laianese who
went to Honolulu, as well as thusfl
who ciime to tho mainland of the
United Stales. Tor the ihral jenr
ending June 110. lulls, Immlciatlon
from Japan was l.S.illlO, of whldi
iiuiubor U,fl)li caino to the mainland.
The lluieau of ImmlKintlou bus as
cei tallied Hint r.,71 S JupaucHo left
the mainland of the United States for
Japan and otliir (ountrles, leaving
the actual net Increase for the vcar
but .1, MM! Japanese In lounil nuni
brih Of that Inirease, hajs Seeie
i.irj Straus, but a (.mall number, per-
h:iM in or 15 per cent., aie Included
in the laboilng chibscs.
Tlila jear, for the first time, tho
Dep.lltmeut of Conuneiie and Labor
la ,-iblo to htatn accurately the cilti
In iiopulatlou the count i has iccclv
ed fiom ImmlKiiilliin. Sccietaiy
Straus stales Hint the net gain to tho
population nf the louutiy fiom this
1011 He luiH been 20!l,0l)0,
He :ava: "The flKUies Klven out In
years past regurdlii ImmlBiatlon
nnd emigratlim were misleading, as
estiiuatcs of gain In population fiom
ImmlRrattou did nut take Into account
the lost by emigration, and the esti
mates of lm leased population fiom
that somen wele from HO por lent, tu
7T per cent, too large.
Tho Secretary does not hellove thut
the estimates of the lolal piescut pop
ulation of'tho (ouiitiy aie too Krcut,
but that loo much (icdlL has been
given Immigration us a factor In up
building the Republic,
Furnished cottage, suitable for two
gentlemen; (loco to business dis
trict. Address "AAA," Hulletin
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
I THE BEST "FITTERS" IN' TOWN.1
CINCINNATI, Ohio. Bept 22 -Tuft made Hirer itpectlies fodny nnd
Iwlii lila WeMtern lour tomorrow
MANILA EPIDEMIC RECEDINO
MANILA, P. I. Kept
today nud eleven ileal lis
ST. PHTKIIHIimttl. Ititsila. Sept 22 -The epidemic of cholera Is
more nlurmlui!. The sanitation of water mains nnd levveis has beitun.
ONE HUNDRED AND
8i:ATTI.K, Wash.. Sept 22. -One hundred nnd leti people were
drowned in the wreck of the Star of lteiiKiil, InetiidliiK nine whites.
TOItl.ON, IVance. Sept 22 A nun expluded on the warnhlli l.a
Tom he today, MlUni: thliteeti men and Injuring man mine.
ADIRONDACK FORESTS BURNINO
NKW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 22
rnusltiK ii loss of a million dollars a
PILOTS WILL MEET
Conference Tomorrow On
Aids To Navigation
A ciuuiiilltee front Honolulu Har
bin Nn .'. I. AssnclaHuii nf Masters,
Mates, ami l'lluls, wilt meet lomor
low morning at 10 o'clock with .Ma
jor .McKliiMrv ami Captain Olvvell,
of the I' S engineering Corps, tn
disiiixi. aids to navigation In Hono
The meet lug is the ler.llll nf aelbili
on the pail uf the Association. Cap-lain;-
J. R .Maeaulev and A. I,. Lane
weie appointed a iimimltlee uf tvvu to
meet with Captain Otwell and tu be
come in oualnleil with Major Mi Kin
stry, who has been bete but a ghoit
time fiom the Co.ott. A letter asking
fill a lolifeleliiii was nonl tu Capluili
Otwell, and the tueellii!; wan set fur
lib avowed purpose Is to iIImmiss the
matter of lights, biiovs. mill other
aids tu nnvlgallon In Ibis pott.
. Mujnr MclClnstry, who Is In charge
uf Ikhthnii"!! wuilf In this dlstllcl,
will before leaving here make an In-
kiecltou of all Hie lighthouse wink
In the Islands.
T. R. WALKER DEAD
iCoutinaed from "Hst 1
Dm lug his long icslileuie here Mr.
Walker's activities weie not t onllncd
to biislnesi alone: In charitable, lell
gloiiH, ami socal circles he nlwujs
look n iiiomlneiit puslllon, nud his
musical lialnlng enabled him to play
a lending oart In many of the ama
leur entertainments of his time.
When Mr. Then II. D.IV'les lellied
tu reside 111 England, III I SMI, Mr.
Walker bicame llrltlsh Vice Cnnstil
heie, n iiusltlon which bo filled until
he lilni'eir left the Islands
Mr. Walker look an active pait In
church affalis and for years taught In
the Sunday school of St. Aniliow's Ca
thedral, beside holding positions on
the vestrv and at one Hum having
charge of the choir. Ho was largely
Instrumental In the formation of the
palish uf St. Clement's ami in tho
ercitlon of the chuicli them, and was
at the time of his death one of the
tiusteea. Though u staunch i bin ch
imin, Mr. Walker was n hinad-iiiludcil
man nnd was one of the original
membeis of the Y. M. C. A. heir
which owed Its Inception hugely to
his efforts. The minutes of Hie lint
meeting or the Y M. C. A. nio In his
hand-willliig In tho vcar 18CU, when
ho held the position of secretary.
Prom then until 1S0O be held differ
UI1U1 U- JU.
tin lulling thut of pies-
Red Raspberries & Blackberries
These OREGON WILD BERRIES are carefull paoked in tins to retain all their delicious
flavor. They make a delicious dessert, and are unequaled for pies and pastry.
J. M. Levy & Co.,
22 There were tlilrl)-Hlt new iiisea nt (bolera
The epidemic Is lefcitlUK,
TEN WERE LOST
Poreat fires In tho Adirondack!
SPANS 2000 MILES
Kahuku Hears Coast In
Personal Chats Of
Wlieless ehltib.it In teg.ird lo a
very funny flgmituro of some ollleer
on bu'ird the dulser Milwaukee, which
Is In Ceiituil America sniuewbere, was
heard in full at tho Kahuku rtallim the
other evening, us It wn.t carrbd on
between Point Loma nud the rural-
lone stations, on tho California coast.
The illations vvitu actually heard talk
ing to the cruiser vvhiih down In
tho tropical vvthls of Hie levolutlon
coutitrlo'i, commenting on the funny
name of the Render of some unices.
nnd then a spark butted In. and asked
somebody If he wasn't thinking of the
beer at I ilscn,
The challer. which Is chlelly re
maikable because such gussjp ti ivehst
2IUO iiiIIch In less Hum than the
mathematicians cm cxpict,s, except
b) a symbol approaching xtrn. i.in
Parallones See If jou can get HM
(.Milwaukee). We have not got four
messages between us. You gut one.
I hnvo not.
Point Loma No, I have not got
four. Co ahead nud to while I fix
Karallones (lucss he has gone lo
call bis relief. Ilo may not show up.
(live him a call, will you? He think
wo OKed iiliio messages.
Point l.oni.i tin .Milwaukee)- Is It
further order' What Is signature-' In
It rather? Co ahead again with sig
Paiallnncs (lo Point Loma)- Yes,
got nil nut that rimiiv slguatiiie
'I lieu comes In tho apaik, fiom
someone. "Aie, u thinking of the
beer In 'I'l-hco. old mnn?"
Point l.onu; then complained of the
buttlug-in of other Ulkeia, and the
SAP FOR SUVA
Tito Japanese I raining ship T"tlr.c
Maui, which niilved heio from San
rrautlmi by way or Central America
some tlnio ago, pioMimably on Its way
home fiom u visit to the Coar.t, this,
morning at fi o'clock went outside,
bound for Suva, FIJI. She steamed
llrst out toward Diamond Head, and
maneuvered there for a few mliriies
hefoie going on lior way south, after
Heamlug back down (lie (luiuncl In
Ilin dliucllon of the harboi entrance.
it :: :: :: j: :: :: :: :: t: n y s: :: j
ideiil on tin en occasions.
Though It is seven vears slnro ho
has been away fiom Hawaii, Mr. Wal
ker leaves behind him hero a latgo
number or time rrlonds who mourn
tho loss of oiiii nr the gentlest and
most unselfish mid klnd-heaited men
that tlicy huvo ever known.
i i . i . . i . . ,
I IN F6REIQN PORTS
Wedneiday. Oeptember 23.
V""t():l r..i( I fc
H H I'm r tint vi" I; IK Sept II
HAN I' RAM IHCO SIInl, Hept 2,1
K S llllo. Ian, I p. til Tor Honolulu
WORKS FOR LINK
"I am going to work hard In
politics this year, and I tell you
the most of in) work will bo
for Link McC.tndtess for Dele
gate. I mil not for Cupid this
vcar. Link Is n ipiod man. He
onto gave Mr. Wilcox $100 bo
that representatives could be
sent front here lo Washington,
lie has been n good fi lend to
the Hawaiian people. So has
(loveinor Prear. I will work for
both of them." Pilnccbs The
For Thursday, Si pteinher 21.
JiiiIkc lie Holt's Cuurl
Terrltoiy v Ramon Ro.liUucs: til'il.
Territory v. Ileui) jniie.isl"i-. tllal.
Terillury v. Klinuia: lilal.
Judge Lludsiiy'n Couit'
Nlfhlhl v. Nislilki: trial.
I''ranlz v. 1'ianl.. unlir In
Coireia v. Cnrieln; ltl.il.
Judge De llnlt'u Cum I:
J. C. Iloll v. Alice .Melcalf
Jildgo Dole's Court:
U S. v. Loirln Audi own; contlnueil
Will. II. llianderhoi'st, I'.S ear
old, a natlvo or Holland, arrived In
New Yoik on the liner ltolleidani,
biliiglng with blm his wife nud thir
teen children, all us cabin pnssingcis,
and the family will setlhr near llelle
(lovernor Davidson of Wlsdiii'dn
Hived the lives of two men on Lal.n
Mendolii. The men weie In a inline
Hint capsized. The (lovcinnr rowed
to the resi ue.
I The Citizens' Health Committee has de
clared vrar 0ilast the nt in the following
"It Is Incumbent upon
"all to vnjee n relcntlcaa
"war on the rat, tho
"sourco and breeder of
Even if you do not think there are rati on
your premises, you should use Stearas'
Electric Rat and Roach Paste, for rats travel
! all over tho city and are liable to camp with
you if your premlsea aro cot protected by
Stearns' Electric Paste.
This rtlbbls exterminator la euro death
to all rN and uiually kilhi them on in a
bIdjIo night. It is tho bsst weapon in the
war against rite, and every cltboa should
uso it and protect our city.
2 02. box 25c: lfior. box $1.00
6oM bx Drucrlats and Oercml Stores ever
where or lent direct prepaid on receipt of prlco.
SUUIIV tlttir.lC PASTE 00 , lillilo, II. T., U. t. .
-eimiMi Ill I I I i I I -.
EVERY S,Y M P T 0 M
has. its cause. If you frown, squint,
or narrow the eyes to sen objects,
your eyes need a pood nair of glasses.
OPTICIAN. BOSTON BLOCK.
King St. near Bethel.
II il'l IM WMTeiaMMIfiW J
Tuesday Kipleblber 22
I S H Iroipioni Moses, fiom Peart
lliirbm li p in
Wcdiicailav September 2.1.
Blnir Ktiinii, (Iregory fiuui Kauai,
Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Btmr. Maul for Kuu.tl oita, f.:2i)
Ii m. (on Hull's inn).
Sttitr. Nooail for llnnnk-i-i nml l.'il-
kulluiete, " p, in.
Stiur. Mlknhnla for Molokal and
Maul portR, 5:111 p. m.
Sttnr. Jotues Mnkeo, Mr Molokal,
0' 10 p. m.
H. H. Itosecrans. Holmes, Tor Monto-
rev. towing barge Jlonl y, 7 p. in.
Wednesday, September 23.
Jap. training ship Tulscl Maui, ror
Suva, FIJI, C u. in.
j PA&CENOER8 ARRIVED '
Per slmr. Klnau, Orpgory, rioin
Knual. Sept. 21 -A. Homer Jr.. Miss
Near. P E. Harvev. W. II Stuart. Mrs.
Kalwl, Master Walwl, ahd 29 on deck.
Wednesday. Sept. 2.1.
Toniperalutes fi u. in., 7; S a. in..
"S; III a. in, 80; noon, SI; morning
llarnimtnr. K n. tn Talll? filmnliiln
humidity, 8 n. ni il.lilii grains per
cubic root; relative humidity, s n. iu
i,'i tier rein; new point, x a in , lit.
Wllllt r. II III Ifloellv 1 .1I,..cIImi
N. E.; K ii. in., velocity 12.' dliecllon
.-.. i... in a. m, veiocit) I.', illicdiou
K. E.; noun, vcloclt) !. dlicetlon N. E.
Halufall duiliii; 21 boura ended S a.
in.. .00 Inch.
Tnt-il wind movemeiil during 21
lions ended nt noon, 21S inllei.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Illi actor, Weather Uiiivau.
I WATERFRONT NOTES f
' Till! H. IVTI'd lioipiols. with Hear
Admiral I lolly it ly. If S. N.; Captnln
Iteea, 11. S. N., and Hngllieer I'nikii
ahoaid, with Lieutenant Coinnuiiuler
Moses In rhnrire went Ii, 1,;ipl Hurl,,,
jesterdny nfleniooii nud retnined last
evening. Aumiriii ltoujuay niuilo on
inspection tour or the harbor nud stir
louiullngs with rcTcn'iieo to tlm plans
luopusi'd for ilr.vdocka anil oilier iier
niaiient eoiistiuctlnn woik.
Till: KINAlJ in rived thU morning
from Kauai with few passcngcni. She
hud Hie following cargo, acconllng tn
the piuser's list: .'IS.sritl pounds scrap
lion, 21) empty gas drums, 42 empty
beer Panels, 127 bags taio. () bag-i
lice bran, no hags lice, 1." buudleii
hides, and It'll packaged hiiiiiIiIos.
THM T K. K. H AmnrlPii Mini
left Yokohaina for llouoliiju yesler
diij vvllh 201) tons or Height fur this
pint Shu Is due lo nnlve heio Thurs
day October 1. ami will bn crllen nulelr
THK LHIH.INr:. dun l.-il,t'iv llii,..i
the in t mall I loin tho Coast. Tho
Crook has no malt owing lo tlm fact
thut It wns nil liiiuinlil by tho Mon
Till: SHIP LHCH.I.r. irrnnHv w.n
nshoie at tlilsto Hay. vusscl ami cargo
being lost, but nil nn liii.ml ,.w,.,:..
Till: llARKHNTINK Mary Winkle,
man niiLeil rrbin Hverett at Mal.a
well scslei-day Willi u load or lumber.
.She v.as a niontli out.
Till: ITIKNCII hurl:. Snlnle An,,,, 1,
dlseliaiglng coal at tho Channel wlnrf
lor ino rnciuo .Mail
Two liullcluientg weie brought In b
llio Tenltoilil (Ir.ind Jury, which was
In tension fills morning, They wcio
((gainst two Jnpauere, hut the names
cmiiint bo leaiucil as tho Indictments
were placed on llio secret file.
Cnstlo & Cooke, Limited, tlio local
agents of tho Mntsou Navigation Com
panv, iccelved wireless udvlces fiom
the S S. I.urllnu this moiiiiug to tho
crrect that she was then 7(i.ri miles
uwiiy. and would urilvo at Honolulu
eaily Friday moinlng. As has hi en
piovlniiHly sluled, Captain Win. Mat,
sou, the picslilent or tho Alittson Navi
gation Company, Is a passenger on tho
I. in line.
Acceiitlng it ilaiu fiuui u young;
woman, lied. Iliaggl, IS years old.
seized tlio netting of a balloon nt San
.lore, Calif., and was can led (1,000
feet into tho air. when the fnores
Llonnl aeionaut diopped with n par
achute, hut landed safely in ucai-hy
to voursclf and let ns TimM 4Tint n.
noe, ronnff-boat, or yacht which you
hav in Tnitirl We'll n,AJrii ..j
..-, ... ..., ..v imui ICilUY
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that you will wonder how we ean
do it. We've done it, however: so
we KK0W. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
Xing near Alapai,
ty ' a s k