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VtKBULLICTiN, HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY. 8nPT. 21, lUflR.
Hit & 1111
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Past Matter
and Most excellent Matter.
Hawaiian Contlitory Special,
Pacific Third Denree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members ot the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Moots every Monday evening nt
7:30 lu I. O. O. P. Hall, Tort Street.
i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
UK.S. F. V1CKCKB. N. 0.
All vlsltUg brothers very oordlally
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, X. OF P.
Mens evory 2d nnd 4 th Tuesday
it each mouth at 7; 30 p. m. at K. 1.
Hall, corner Fort and Uerotnnla 8ts.
Visiting llrotbors cordially welccne
XV. h. LYI.K, C. C,
F. WALDitON, 1C. of R. &. 8.
OAHIT LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets overy flrst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 lu K. ot 1. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretauta. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invltod to attend.
A. O. DEEIUNO, C.C.,
JAS. XV. WH1TK, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, D. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every FrlSar even
ing. Uy order of the E. Tt.:
IIUN'IIY C. UASTON,
XVM. II. McINCRNY, K. R.
Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot 1.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Ilctetanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. W. I-. FltAZEE, C.C.,
K. A. JACOHSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cower
Berctanla and Fort stroetj.
Visiting Eagles are Invltod to nt
tend. XV. I,. KRA7.EE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first urn! third Thucs
dars of each month at Kulghta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlslly Invited to nttand.
A. II. ARLEIGH, Sachom.
A. E. Ml'ItrilY, C. of R.
" i ' "
I" BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants.
1st Door Wnikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
F; S. Nagami.
Hodak Devlojvinff, Printing En
larrjin&" and Interior Photo
graphing. K0TOL ST. bet. Ilauanu t Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by th
with tkeir new r'RBKCH
237 Barctania Sk Phone 1491.
EJ85"For Rent" cards oil iale at
GET that GAS
cause it will save
you money. The
mere fact that it is
.better than a wood
that it will cost less
in the beginning
and will last longer
are mere details. It
is the money you
will save that
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHEHS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS. CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KINO ST.
FINE AND FAT
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Cone up and have some fan.
Choioo TERN!, ROSES and
THE FL0SIE8T, X0CTSL YOUNG Bid
EDOEWORTH and 0B01D Tobaccos
Tha only two good smolflng
Tobacoos in (lie Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
No careful housewife lets things
Co to waste she uses a B u 1 1 c t i n
Want Ad. and sells them.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner,
Cnptnln Item of the Nuvol Station
called on Mnrvtnn Campbell this morn
ing. Take your carrlace or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-date repairs.
Knlanlcha Ah Ngec lms brought suit
agnlnst Ah Ngeo for divorce on the
ground of non-support.
M M. Johnson of H. F. Wlchmnii &
Co., tl.d., will sail next Saturday In
tho Alameda for home.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks arc served In the best mannnr
at the Fashion. Just etva us a try.
It was reported this morning that
Ailmlrnl Oeorgo Ucckley was naked
by a certain leader of tho Democratic
party to mn for Mayor.
Tho patrons of tho City Messenger
service have nt laBt realized how much
money they have saved since dealing
with them. Phone 422.
A meeting of those who nre Inter
ested In tho Gypsy tournament will bo
held tomorrow morning nt 11 o'clock
In tho parlor of tho Young hotel.
Her Majesty Queen I.llluokulanl, ac
companied by her retainers, will spend
:i vacation nt her Wnlklkl residence.
She will slny thcro for n few weeks.
J. K. Santos, the well known bicycle
repair man docs such work that even
the Japanese come to him, a thing
that net or happened before. Phono
Judge De Holt hns rendered n deci
sion In favor of the plaintiffs In the
assumpsit suit of I.o Ken Kwal ct nl.,
versus Ling Sing, giving them the sum
For tho week ending September 10,
the number of rats killed by the Hoard
of Health was 825, of which number
687 wero caught In traps and 238 wero
shot with guns.
Thcro will bo a meeting of the
Uoard of Liquor Commissioners this
afternoon, nt which tho matter of the
application of Ichlda for a wholesale
license will bo considered.
The poor miserable, freshmen if
Onhu College will get their nrst taslo
of what It means to bo a lowly first
year man today. Tho Seniors will, nc
coidlng to custom, initiate them.
It Is said that u test case will be
made of the so-called campaign fund
act, applying to corporations. Thcro
Is considerable doubt as to whether
or not tho net nppllos lu this Territory.
After the nrrlval of Consul General
Ucno In tho America Mnru on October
1st. Mr. IC. Abe, tho Japanese Acting
Consul, will go to Hllo on n vacation.
Ho will nko visit tho volcano before
Captains Mncatilcy and I,ano met
with Mnjor MrKlnstry this morning
In the United Slates Engineer's odlco
to discuss nlds to navigation In tho
harbor. Very llttlo that was now
enmo up .most of tho points brought
out having been covered previously In
icports from tho officials of this dis
trict. in the matter of tho stilt of chas.
Wilder, tn assessor, versus Alice Met
calf, for unpaid taxes in tho sum of
I75.DO. a stipulation was filed in tho
Circuit Court this morning stating
that, by ngrccment of both parties, tho
caso would bo submitted to tho Judg
ment of tho Court on certain admitted
Oeorge Keknuoba. formerly an elder
In tho Mormon church, who was con
victed on a charge of adultery brought
by somo of his co-workers in Ilrlgham
Young's great cause, was released
irom prison yesterday afternoon when
ho took tho poor man's oath. He wns
only sent up for a few months, and hli
icrm was nearly out.
Letters received by tho Claudlnn to-
day unnounco tho marrlago In Hllo of
.mibs Daisy Todd lo W lam Hacsdalo
of Hllo. Tho brldo and groom aro
unending their honeymoon at tho Vol
cano House. Miss Todd was ono of
tho Hul lot In party that loured
tho Pacific Coast and Mr. Hugsdalo Is
ono of tho popular youug men of Hllo.
They will make their homo in Hllo.
WHO CAN GIVE JACK
(Continued from Pete 1)
sullen feeling. Sho Is not n fast
craft at tho best, and when sho made
her way Into tho harbor last evening
nfter a leisurely trip from San Fran
cisco, 200 Navy boys, many of whom
were newly enlisted, greeted tho
prospect of n time aslioro with Joy.
Hut tho boatswain said nny, nay, nnd
thero was no shore leavo forthcom
ing. Still, when sho had conio alongside
tho wharf, a good number ot tho men
took tho matter Into their own
hands, nnd Jumped over tho side,
went down sawsors, and cooncd over
tho fence, it was n pretty complete
oxndus, and It Is claimed that over u
hundred Jumped ship In this way.
Tho result Is not tho best behavior
In tho world among tho men who aro
Tho marines nnd troops In charge
of the lieutenant of marines, how
ovor, wero given lenvo, making the
Bailors more dssatlsflcl still. So, the
A Most Exoelltnt Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G8 S. KING ST. PHONE 52S.
THE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
ROOSEVELT AFTER HASKELL
WASHINGTON. I). (' Sept 23
iirynn s ciiancngc, lias imurii ii nuituiucni, cuarging uiiskcii, treasurer oi
tho Democratic National Committee, with favoring Standard Oil Inter
ests In Ohio nnd Oklahoma, with defrauding Indians of their lands, with
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llt-UiiaillK lliu OIUIU I'llltUiniij in isiiilllluiilil, illiu ,11,1.-1 IIIIK ,ll III IC llllllin
to politicians. Ho says that Haskolt Is unlit to hold n public position.
MAY DUMP HASKELL
NKW YORK, N. Y, Sept. 23. It is alleged that Hie removal of Has
kell from the trcasurershlp of the Democintlc National Committee is con
templated. " ,
MR. HASKELL REFUSES TO REFLY
tlUTHIUH, Okla., Sept. 23. Mr.
KERN TO HASKELL'S RESCUE
1IAI.T1MOHK, Mil., Sept. 23. John XV. Kern, the Democratic nom
inee for Vice President, In n speech here tonight, defended HnBkell from
the rhnrges made by President Hoosevclt, nnd attacked Sheldon, trinsui
cr of tho Republican Nationnl Committee, saying he Is connected with
twenty Trusts. Mr. Kern also assailed Attorney (lencral llonnparta on
account of his Steel-Trust Interests.
BRYAN'S DOZEN SPEECHES
COI,UMlIU8, Ohio, Sept. 23. William J. Ilrynn mado twelve speech
MURASKY FOR SUPREME JUDGE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 2 3. Frank II. Murnsky of this clly
has been nominated by the Democrats for Justice of tho Supremo Court.
TAFT TO RAILROAD MEN
CIIICAOO, III., Sept. 23. Mr. Tuft addressed n meeting of railroad
m i i
CALIFORNIA FOREST FIRES
KUIIKKA, Calif., Sept. 23. Forest llres havo destroyed two towns
lu this vicinity, Involving great loss. The woods are still burning.
question of jurisdiction was talked
of on board. Did tho order from tho
Secretary of tho Navy putting tho
boatswain In command of the enlist
ed men of tho Navy on board exempt
them from nny control by tho lieu
tenant, in vlrtuo of outers from tho
War Department that ho was to bo
In command "of all troops on board? I
At any rate, tho more venturesome
of tho men have looked on a long
continuance of confinement on boaiil
as too Irksome, nnd have skipped out
for a time on their own hook.
Hochfort says that It Is against
Navy regulations for moro than pne
half of n ship's company to bo ashore
nl once, and also thinks that 200
men were too man y;. to turn loose on
such a Binall burg f s Honolulu all at
Tho Homo Holers nnd the Inhor
llcs aro said to be 'preparing for fu
sion. This proposition will be solved
next Tuesday before tho Homo Ilulo
County Convention mcots In tho foro
noon. Tho Lnborltes will hold their
County convention In the evening In
Kahlllaulnnl Hall and It Is evident
that tho convention will bo Interest
ing. Tho Homo Uulc-I.nborlles claim
that-some, of their candidates for the
Sennto will bo Charles llroail nnd .1.
M. Pocpoe, while David Kuplhcn and
S. K. M aline will run for tho House.
XV. C. Achl will head tho Joint ticket
as Mayor. For Sheriff thcro Is no
uvnlluble man. Tho candidates for
Auditor and Treasurer havo been se
lected, but their names could not bo
ascertained. Jno. W. Cathcnrt and
D. Kalauokalaul Jr., it Is said, will
rccclvo tho endorsement of the Home
Ilulo and I.ulior parties.
Charles Ilroad will possibly prc
sldo at tho convention of tho Labor
party. Tho platform Is being pro-
Wm. Pfotenhaiicr, Gorman Consul
and head of the house of Hackfcld &
Co., Is to boon mako a vacation trip to
Red Raspberries & Blackberries
These OREGON WILD BERRIES aro carefull paoked in tins to retain all their delioious
flavor. They make a dtlicious dessert, and are unequaled for pies and pastry.
J. M. Levy & Co.,
The President, lu his reply' lo
Haskell has refused to teply to tho
KUHI0 DENIES MAKING
(Continued from Faze 1)
and ho will remain thcro nhout n
week, during which time ho will cov
er as much ground as possible.
Atkinson Is In favor of making the
local campaign a shoit nnd decisive
one, lasting about two or three
weeks, nnd If Is expected that tho
committees who aro In ehnrgo of this
matter will agree with him.
J. P. Coolie nnd Atkinson havo
been selected to bo tho members ot
tho Territorial Ccntrnl Committee's
conference committee which Is to
confer with a similar committee
from the County Committee, consist
ing of Solomon Kalciopu nnd A. F
Judd, on matters such as the expend
Ituro of campaign funds, material to
be used for speeches, etc.
Tho two committees nnd the can
didates are to hold n meeting nt
headquarters this evening to discuss
The Republican headquarters wero
this forenoon moved from tho old
place on Merchant street to the of
fices abovo tho Hawaiian Trust Co.
on Fort street, where the party hold
forth In the 1901 campaign. Jas.
I.loyd has been placed lu charge ot
Kaea Still in the Ring
"Kacn is still with us." Raid At
klnron this forenoon, "but you can
tnko my word for it, ho will not bo
on tho ticket long."
It seems that tho gentleman from
tho Fifth wants to hold out, but At
kinson appears to havo strong cards
up his ulcovo. Somo of tho party
workers think that It Is u mistake, to
tnko such strong measured against
Kaea, arguing that thoy will only
When vour evu crow UrrA nftr
reading, there's something WRONG.
ivome unu nave mem examined,
Thursday, September 21,
SAN FHANCIKCO Arrived Sept
S. S. Alaskan, from Hllo. Sent.
VOKOHAMA-Salled Sept. 21.
tier. H. 8. Nlcomcdla. for Hii.u
MAKAWF.U Arrived Sept. 22
Hktne M. U. Wlnkclmanii, fiot:
Temperntures 0 a. m., 71; 8 a. in",
77; 10 n. m., 77; noon, 82; morning
llarometer, 8 n. in., 29.08; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m f!.fl74 grains per
cubic rot; rchitlovc humidity, 8 a. m.,
07 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., (!.".
Wind d a. in., velocity 1, direction
R.; 8 n. m velocity 8. direction K.j
10 n. m velocity 5, dliecllon N, U.;
non, velocity fi, direction E.
Itnlnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 h.
m .00 Inch'.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 145 miles.
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR
THE LATE T. R. WALKER.
As tho funeral of tho Into Mr.
Thomas Itnln Walker Is to take placo
lu England next Saturday, tho 2Glh,
It has been decided to hold n Memor
ial Servlco lu St. Androw's Cathedral
on that day. Tho service has been
urrmiRPil for 11:30 n. m.
n u m t: n tt it tt a a st u
nntagnnlTo him ami his followers,
who had sufficient power lo secure
the nomination for him, but, on tho
whole, tho majority ngrces that tho
loss suffered in this manner is easier
to sustain than the discredit which
the party would gain by keeping him
on the ticket.
Tho uowly elected Democratic Coun
ty Committee, held n meeting this
morning at which tho following oin
cers wero chosen: Col. C. J. McCar
thy, chairman; John Prcndcrgast, vlco
chairman; 11. T. Moore, secretary, and
O. J. Waller, treasurer. It Is not cer
tian Unit Mooro will accept the office,
as ho was not present nt tho meeting.
PrcnderKast will bo In chargo of head
quarter, taking the placo formerly
held by tho lata Herbert Mossman,
whoso skill lu organizing will bo sore
ly missed by tho Democrats In this
Must Soon Resign
It is expected that ns soon as Sher
iff la ukea returns from Wnlkane,
whero ho is now spending n vucatlon,
tho bends of Charlie Itose, tho Demo
cratlc candidate for deputy sheriff,
who Is chief clerk nt tho police sla
tlon; mid of John Prcndcrgast, who N
truant ofllcor, anil who will bo in
chargo of headquarters, will fall In
tho oITIcIal basket, lu accordance with
tho Sheriff's mandate that .my police
department employe who lakes an nc
tlvo part In politics must ielgn from
his position. Itose asked tlio Sheriff
about what uctlon ho shtm'i! tnko In
tho matter before laukea went to Koo
lau, nnd was told lo keep tin with his
work until the Sheriff rein ucd. Ho
Is expected to come back this Satui
day. Achi vs. Inter-Island
Charllo Achl, tho Labor ii.atesmnn,
will probably bo tho third candidate
iur muyur, running on n combined
Homo Rule nnd I.:iluir llpbnl 11.. ul-i-
ed this moinlng that tho two parties
would proDauiy enuorso each other's
candidates, and though ho did not bhv
so lu so many words, It Is qulto evi
dent that Achl expects to ne tho can
didate for Mayor on tliu combined
Achl says that ho Intends lo makii
ills fight ngolnst tho corporations and
monopolies, which, ho says, havo too
long been In control of local affairs.
"Look at tho Inter-Inland," said Achl
this morning. "It has tho candidates
for Mnyor on both tho Republican and
tho Democratic tickets, It Ins the
Democratic Sheriff and Deputy Sher
iff, and It has Harvey for the Senate.
It hns already In tho Sennto XV. O.
Smith and Charllo Chllllngwoilh, who
really belongs to tho company.
"Theso big corporations know that
It Is to their Interest to control tho
government, but It Is not to (he bene
fit of tho people, nnd the people should
In this election try to drlvo liiem from
(ho control, parllcutaily the Inter-Island
Co., which Is a monopoly."
Fight for Senators
This morning tho politicians wero
chiefly engaged In weighting against
each other tho tlckots nominated by
the Republican nnd tho Democratic
King St. near Bethel.
IN FOREIGN PORTO
Wednesday. Beptcnibcr 23.
U 8 A, T Crook, Williams, fioni
San Francisco, 8 p. m,
U S. A. T. Crook, W'llllams, for Ma
ullii via Uuant, Ii p. in.
Per stnir. Claudlnc, Dennett, from
Maul and Hllo. Sept. 21. P. T. Cleg-
horn, Mr. Oznwn, A. "Loulssou, A. II.
l.i'ckenby. Ah Ping, H. II. James and
wife. Miss S. Peplowskl, II. 1,. Ken',
Irwin Spalding, D. A. Clnlstlnnscil,
Young Tons, l.eong Tat, l.lciit. Hlu
ger. Pnk Hoi, Mrs. Onlshl, Mrs. Odn
end 2 children, T. S. Choy nnd wife,
Mm. Paaillanl nnd child, J. flarcla,
Mrs. C. A lluchnnau, W. A. Fnhy, B.
Oznkl, K, Klmurn, 1. FuJImolo, and 17
Per U. S. A. T. Crook, from San
Francisco, Sept. 23. For Honolulu:
It. XV. Hinds, clerk Q. M. II.: F. 11.
Newell, director Reel. Service, Mir.
F. 11. Newell, Mrs. F. K. Perkins, wlfo
of P. M., U S. N.; 13 enlisted men, U.
Per Stnir. Klnait, Gregory, for
Kauai, Sept. 24, G p. m. Mrs. Francis
flay, Mrs. A. M. Dnvles and child. S.
Hocking, E. II. Weed, wlf nnd child,
E. AndniEon, II. D. Wlshard, Mrs. R.
N. Mossman, Miss Jessie Mossman and
two children, W, W. Stodail, Miss
Daisy Mnckoque, J, K. Kuhi.
(Continued from Fen 1)
marks by the morning paper wcio
not Justified. When hn left San
Francisco the details unsettled, lu
connection with the Mntson lino bus
iness, had to do with the carrying
contract for Alexander & ll.ildwln
whether two steamers n month could
bo supplied. So far ns ho know,
nothing had come before tho direct
ors of the lnter-lsland for nny con
solidation of Intel ests.
One of thoo prominently connect
ed with the lnter-lsland lino stated
that the final details of tho consoli
dation could not be (omplctcd, as tho
preliminaries had not even been dis
cussed. The whole thing appears to havo
Its foundation in n dcsiio that In
father to tho thought. Ab was sug
gested by the 11 u I 1 o 1 1 n In its ex
clusive story of tho change ot Alex
ander & llaldwin fioni the American
Hawaiian to the Matson line, n coni
u'lrmtlon of the Mntson and Intor-t.il-and
In u locally controlled company
Would make tho strongest transpor
tation proposition possible, ns It
would carry Alexander & llaldwin.
Castle & Cooke, and Brewer & Co. In
terests, and consequently more nt
tcntlnu would be given to the sub
ject of passenger transportation.
E. D. Tenncy of Cnstlo & Cooke,
who looks after tho local Interests of
the Mntson line, stales today, as ho
has said all along, that ho knows ab
solutely nothing of any combination
such as has been mentioned.
55 n :: :: k :: rt n :: n n n ::
paitles. Taking tho views of lliu
partisans of both parlies lu consider
ation, It appears that tho strongest
contest will bo mado on llio senator
ial ticket. Th.it of tho Republicans Is
thought to bo comparatively weak,
and tho Democratic ticket coi respond
Ingly htroug, tho Democrats flgurliu:
on landing two candidate, Harvey and
Watson, whllo many Republicans fear
Hint Harvey may gain llio Senate, but
believe that thai will he all tho Dem
ocrats can attain In this direction. Tho
Democratic ticket for tho Houso In
weak, nnd tho Republicans should
sweep tho entire bunch on their tick
et Into office, with possibly ono or two
exceptions, and oven these aro nu-'
Jnrrett for Shot Iff Is tho Democratic
lower of Mrcnglh nnd Royo Is u gooil
second, but tho Republicans Intend lo
put up n sti iiug light for this office,
and will qullo likely spilng a surprlbo
on their Democratic brethren.
Trent nnd von Holt will undoubtedly
have an Interesting context, but (hn
hitter will have a 'strong backing from
tho business community, such ns tho
Republican candidates for this ofllco
hno not had In former elections, nud
this will without much doubt decide
tho question In his favor.
Kalauokalaul, Ulckucll nnd Cntlicnrt
will havo walk-overs for (heir respec
tlvo offices. This fact Is admitted by
even most of tho Democrats,
Jnrrett Is tho first candidate to bo
on llio ground with campaign designs.
Yesterday tho convention was' enliv
ened by neat badges. In tho foini of
leather watch-fobs, bearing a pretty
plcluro showing llio popular Hill's faro
In all tho splendor of nowiy-manled
Chairman Atkinson of tho Terrlloi
iat Committee will go to Hawaii with
Hon. Robert W. Shlnglo this week.
They will make a tour of tho doubtful
sections of tho big Island nnd look nf
ter tho party fences.
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowinR-hoat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll havAIt 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
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