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BVENINO DVJMJSTIN, IIONOLULtJrT. II., MONDAY, SEPT. 28, 1008.
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Hawaiian First Deejrec.
Lol Aloha Chapter No. 3
All vlrttlng members of tho
Order oro cordlnllv Invited to
nltonil meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meeti every Monday evening nt
7:30 lu 1. O. O r Tlill, Fort Street.
V.. It. HKNDHY, Smrotary.
DEN. V. VICKUHS, N. O.
All visiting brothois ver cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
MeU ovcrr 2d nnd 1th Tuoaday
of cash month at 7-30 p. tn. nt IC. P.
Hall, cornr Fort and Oeretnnla Sts.
Visiting lirothors cordially welco.se
V. h LYLE. C. C,
P. WAl.DRON, K. ot R. & S.
0AKU LODGE, No. 1, K, of P.
Meets every first JUel third Fri
day evening at 7 30 In K. of I Hal),
corner Foit and Heretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
A O. I)I"I2RINO, C C,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, II. I. O.
K., will uieot in tholj- hall on King
nar l'ort Street oeiy I'rlday even
ing. lly order of tho 13 It.:
HENRY C. HASTON,
WM. II. McINKIlNY, K. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets cverj 2nd and Jill Saturela)
evening .it 7. iu mlocU in K. ot P.
Hall, lor Pint and llriotnnl.1. Vlslt
Iuk brotheis cordially Invited In at
tend. W L FHA7.KK. CC,
i: a. jacohson, ic n a.
lldllOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2ml and 4th WED
NESDAY ovimlnss of each month at
T:S o'clock in K of P. Hall, corner
Deretnnla nnd Fort strcots.
Visiting Ragles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prett.
II. T. MOORE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN T51BE No. 1, 1. 0. It. H.
Mts every first and third Thurs
days of noh month nt Knights of
Jj'thlna Hall Vtsltlnt; brothors cor
dially lnvltod to attend.
A II AKLUIG1I, Sachem.
A. E. JIL'RPIIY, C. of R.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants,
1st Door Wnikiki of Central Fire Stn,
Ask Your Grocer
au Ka - Hana
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
F- 8. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing. Bn
larking aua Interior Photo
graphing. ROffJJL ST. bet. TTunanu & Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tlia
with their new FRENCH
257 Bcretania SI. Phone 1491.
2JOr-"Fcr Rent'' car'is on sale 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.
3 Always Frosli at
I Fort and King St.
LADIES PELT HATS. PEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF-
Arc Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
FINE AND FAT
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Come up and have some fun.
Choico '.FERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0SD2ST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEWORTH aad OBOID Tobaccos
Th only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE 0I0AR STORE.
jH"" Don't believe you have tried
your best until you have used a B u 1
1 e t i n Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
lto II P .liidd cumu back fioni
Illshop mid Miss Rcstnrlck arrived
from Knual esterdny
Doput) High Slioillf (Icorgo Sou hns
gone to Wnl.ilmi on u business trip.
Shlit waists for Icsb than hall nt
Whitney U .Marsh's sale on ThuiHil.iy.
Mrs (' M Cooke, who bus bom1
visiting on Knii.il. returned yesterday.
Rev nnd Mrs. M. K. Nakiilnn arrived
In tho Mlkahnhi jesterday from Molo
knl Alliiinov Alirnm Lewis. Jr.. wan
among the passengers from Knn.il In
Harmon) Loelgo No. 3, I. O. O. I,
will meet In Odd Fellows Imll ill 7 30
C (' Kflineily and wife, of Hllo, left
for their homo on the I.urllnu ukler
Take your cartlngo or nutomoblto
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co., tor
tip to-dato repairs, "
SlulrliiK ban roenmmenced nt Nmi
mm Dam, now Unit (lie water supply
for IhlH wnik In nssiired
The hammed lioiino on Punchbowl In
wanted by .1 Carlo (Jnolo lowest
price. Bee bin ad In this Isbiio.
All kludt of beer, wlnou and mixed
drinks uro served in Ibo best mnnuer
nt tho rashlon. Just glvo us a try.
A I) Castro was In consultation
with Secietnr Molt-Smlth S.iluiday
airaiiRlu the names for Inspectors.
Cnniphill inohuo. In (ho Knplol.tnl
I'm It ndditliin, has been macadamized
mi that II Is n lino road for driving
Iheie will bo n htated mcetlni; of
Oceiinlc l.odi;u Nil 371, I'. mid A. M.,
nt Masonic Temple at 7 3i) o'clock this
Tho N. H. Sachs Dry (loods Co . Ltd..
began tho week with a fine illspla) of
new dress goods, fane) nnd nrl goods
that attracteil m.iuy Bhoppers.
The Democrata bent the Republi
cans ,M'.lt'iil,i. nt Kalihi Park bv n
Kvjno of IC (o 13, In u Knmo of polll
The lime for ladles In buy muslin
underwear, oversklrts, ihlit waists,
and embroideries Is after Ibo big bar
gain rale begins nt Mom's on Thurs
da, October 1st
Two of llio pahscngers who camo
down on tho l.urlluo took u number
of mules through on that steamship to
Hllo They will take them to Kona
in Ihu Milcano.
An evehaifge dcrd bus been filed bc
twien the Tenlloiy of Hawull nnd tho
Hawaiian IVrtlllzcr Company, Ltd.,
whereby tho latter Is glen two small
tracts of land iu Iwilel.
Work on llio Queen stieet p.nemenl
was pioiecutcil lgorou?ly esterday,
ami hopes mo expressed that tho
street will be completed Ibis week
mid opened generally lo Ira 111 c.
Ah I'ooiik, a little newsboy, fell from
an eleclilc ear opposite the Metropol
ltnn Meat, Maikct last Saturday after
noon ami lay unconscious. While ho
was bi-lng tnki u lo tho Queen's hos
pital, he teem bred consciousness.
The residents of Hie Motoknl Settle
ment has expressed their upjneclatloti
of what has beu done for Ihem lu
getting the money for their moving
plcluie machine, in n communication
nddiesKcd to Unite who made it pos
sible, to pin chase the outfit.
Tho lot at Pllkol and Klnau street
has been entirely cleared preparatory
to building the much opposed Japanese
camp. It Is said that u number of
tenants on Klnau mid Matlock avenue,
In the vicinity of the pioposed camp,
will moo lo oilier localities.
Joe Cohen, candidate for rtopresen
Inlhe f loin the rourtli District, paid
his nomination feu of $25 this morn
lug. The number of (ho receipt Is
sued the theali email was No. 7, nnd
Joe stated that things wcro looking
good, for hu votes from tho Seventh
Tho flist regular monthly meeting
of St. Andrew's flulld nnd Women's
Auxlllaiy will bo held at the lesldence
or Illshop Itestnrlclt today nt half past
two this afternoon. Tio first pail of
n paper by Miss von Holt on the Pan
Anglican Congress, held In Loudon,
will he lead.
In tliu mailer of tho petition for
allowance claim filed tho oilier day by
.unrj win lor Keeping II. A. P. Car
ter, u minor, (Icorco It. Carter, trusted
of Ibo estate, this inoinlng filed a pe
nnon nsKiiig inni mo mailer ho re
ferred to n matter, appointed by tho
Coin t, for settlement.
Tho Alllolanl Collego fair and pol
lunch will bo given at Union Square
on Saturday. October 10, from II until
fi o'clock. Tito proceeds will bo ex
pended lo piovldo boirdlng scholai
chips for collego students. Thbro will
be nhown pounding of pol and hat nnd
mat wenlug. Tho music will bo, fur
nished by iild-tliuu singers. The com
inlltto Is doing Us best to mako tho
event u success, socially nnd financial
ly. Mott-Smllh staled that ho had sent
out notifications to the o'ect (hat all
nominations for delegate must bo In
that onico by Oct. 3rd. Nominations
lllllt CUIIIO Illlll him lllllst bn nernni.
panled by $25 In cash or postal money
order, ns well ns signed by tho names
of twenty.flvo voters. Somo nomina
tions accompanied by checks which
wero receded from Hawaii, were suit
back this morning. Mr. Molt-Smlth
wants tho cash or Postal monoy
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Haskell and Roosevelt
Exchange Hot Words
WASHINGTON', I), C, Sept. 27. -President Ilooscvclt has replied lo
llrjan's charges that he has shown Insincerity lu his trilst-btisting pro
gram, defending his own administration ifnd renewing his charges against
Governor Haskell of Oklahoma.
SAYS ROOSEVELT IS FOUR-FLUSHER.
OUTHUIK, Pkhi., Sept. 27. Governor Haskell hns mndo n reply to
the charges made against him by the President, Hu denounces House
vlt us u four-llushcr.
RIDDER IS DEMOCRATIC TREASURER
NJIW YORK, N. Y Sept. 2C Herman Itlddor has been selected as
treasiner of tho Democratic National Committee In pltco of Governor
Haskell of Oklahoma, who was forced tn leslgtl because of tho charge
made against lit tit bv President Ilooscvclt.
Herman Kidder Is the manager of the New York Stnats-Zeltting. Ho
was opposed to the nomination of 11 ryan, but jiromised to support him if
the nomination was gleu him.
TAFT DOWN IN TENNESSEE
MHMPIIIS, Ten n , Sept. 2C. William H. Taft mado a dorcn speeches
today, closing his d ty's work by nddresslng n largo crowd In this city.
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CHOLERA SHIP IN SAN FRANCISCO
SAN FKANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 2 0. Tho steamer Semlnolo has been
put lnto'(unrantliie here, Inning nrrlvcd today from Shanghai. Dining
the oyago two easei of cholera occurred among her passengers, one of
tho cases piovlng filial.
m i i
LOCAL OPTION FOR INDIANA
INDIANAPOLIS. Intl.. Sept. 20. The Indiana Stale Leglslatnro has
passed u bill tumbling for local option.
TEST OREGON SUNDAY LAW
PORTLAND. Oie.. Sept. 27. Fifty storekeeper wero arrested in
this city today In mi effoit lo put Into foico a Iiltherto unused Sunday
eloslng law. The arrests wero made In order that the law may bo tested
iu the comts.
ATLANTIC FLEET IS NEARINO MANILA
MANILA, P. I. Sept. 27. Wireless communication Willi tho Atlantic
rieet has been established by the Million nt frtmboniigii. on the Island ot
Mindanao. The lepoi Is state that the auxiliary ship Panther has passed
llio Strait of II.ikII.ui. and that tho Fleet will arrive here on Wednesday.
m i m
BRITISH SHIP IS LOST
LAUNCi:STON. Tasmania, Sept 27. The Itrltlsh ship Loch Flnlas,
commanded by Captain Dean, ban b een wrecked on tho Tiismanlan coast.
Twenty of her ciew were diowned.
PROGRESS 0 F CHOLERA
ST. PHTKltSHl'ltG. Itussla, Sept. 27. Although Hie number of
cases of cholera breaking out here 11 ml tho death list lire nppallng, yet
the totals nro Biuallei, nnd the authorities believe that the disease Is
abating. Today the number of cases found was 2CS, whllo deatlm duo
lo ihnlcrn nre reported to be H3.
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 27. The cholera epidemic continues hero. To
day there were fourteen new tascs reported, with tltreo deaths.
Be as particular about your home
beer as about the food for your table.
All beer has a great many good
qualities about it; some beer contains
impurities that counteract the good
In Primo Beer, brewed in Honolulu
to suit the climate, you get the good
without the harm.
A tonic and a food aged to a per
fect flavor, sterilized and filtered a
Pure Beer. That is the best kind of a
food and tonic for you, and any doctor
will tell you so.
Order Primo Beer for your family use.
FINISHES UP WISCONSIN
Wis., Sept. 20. Ilrjnu has concluded Ills tour of Wis-
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, September 26.
SAN rilANCISCO-Sallcd Sept. 2G:
S. S. Alameda, 110:1, for Honolulu.
mi: uniti:d status civil sei
vice) Commission announces 1111 exam
inition nl Honolulu, Hawaii, on Oct
choe 21, to secure ellglbles front which
to make certification to, 1111 a ncaney
In the position of cop) 1st (male), officu
of the Commandant, United States
Naval Station, Hawaii, nt $1017.25 par
milium, nnd vacancies requiring slm
ilar qualifications as Ihoy may occur
in any branch of tho Bcivlce.
punsnn ciianuy reports Mm foi
lowing sugar on Kauai awaiting ship
mclit: V. IC, 360 hags; W.. IUC0 bags;
K. S. M., 4000; Mak., 1G,I,30.
Tlin SHIP Port Oeorgo was spoken
August 27 In latitude) 11 north, longi
tude 25 west. Tho esset Is bound
from New York for Honolulu.
THR TKNYO MARU nnd tho Amor
ten Mnru are both duo Thursday, ihu
former from San Friuclsco ami llio
latter from llio Orient, ,u ,
CAPTAIN MATSON Is Inclined to
think that If ho builds any more
steamers for Ihu Pjciflc inn, they will
Im of the I.nrllne tj iks.
THR KAKKHNTINR Mary Wlnlcel
man is discharging lumber nt Mill; a
PURBRK SIMS of tho Mlknhaln re
ports heavy rains at Pukoo, Mnloknl
THR K1NAU will bring S000 hags nl
sugar from Kauai thin nip.
THR MAUI'S caigo Include I 3723
nags or 11. &. it. sugir.
THR LURLINR left nt I o'clock yes
terelay for Hllo.
THR MIKAHALA'S cargo Inclmled
When your eye prow tired after
reading, there's something: WRONG.
Come and have them examined.
mil ' flrryi&rft3ll&7
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r . r-s tu4 S M(K)
2 S s s 1 e 'St"
a- ri. ft m. p a a m- trii
as a si 1 r.1 :, u'u 11 11 11 f. m ' s is
I 1 p. i. I
.' ici 1 c n 45 ti tut i f. 61 :. s m
so r, ;,t 1.7 r. 'jel I 1 ir, ft t,l 6 4o v tJ
1 ; ' 1 c, 7 no 0 .v a ji t it s 41 iu m
2 9 11 1) Hi'. I e ft 31 SU 5 44 11 1!4
a 10 1.7 II ! ! to 6 .11 ft M II
I IHI11 II 111
1 11 js 1 7 7 u. 4 ui ft ea ft 11 i) a
il'lrnt quuitcr on the iikmiii Oct, 2.
ll.iwulluii standard time Is IU houia
30 minutes slowor than Oreenwlch
time, being that of thi morlillau of 157
iagreos 3U minutes Tho tluio whistle
blows at 1:30 p. tn., which Is tho same
as Qreennlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlnio for the
Sunday, September 27.
Stinr. Mlkaluila, Tiillclt, fiom Molev
knl and Maul purls, 3.IU 11. m.
Stinr. Mnul, lliuliu, fiom Kami
ports, a. in.
8alurelay, Seiiteniher 20.
Dr. stinr. Stci!iiiiiotlti, for Uceau Is
Innil, I p. 111.
Sunday, September 27.
M. S. S. Lurllne, Wooden, Tor Hllo,
2 p III.
Stmr. Ko An lion, I'eilersou, for
Kmiil, p. in.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED T
Per hlmr. Mlkaluila, fiom Mnloknl
and Maul polls. Sept. 27. J. I). Mc
Velgli. II. Kelekalanl, V. While, Rev
M. K. Nakuinn, M. It. .lanileson, W.
Love-, Mis. V. l.oe, O. I'. Ceioke. Rev.
II. 1'. J111I1I. T T. Miei. Mis A. Unea,
Mrs. Nnkiilna. Mr. Klhara, Mrs. Kl
harn, Mrs. R. M. Hliium, Ilr. Harp.
Pit stuir. Maul, from Kauai ports.
Sept. 27. Airs. C M. Uonko. A. Lewis.
Jr., C. S. Smith. Illshop Restarlek, Mis
Restailck, T. Coulred.is, I'. Conlii'daK,
.Miss II. C'ontreelas, Cliong Shlng Hung,
S. Mulla. Chas. Keawe. V. II Schuiier.
J. S Schmidt, linns (little, Hong
Chock, Mis. .1. V. Akn, nnd 111 deck.
TIM: LIVKRI'OOL Hoard of Trai'.j
has mado reircsQiitnlloiis to th Itrlt
lsh I'oielgn Olllco for n government
Hteamir lo ho sent to search for uav
tuuvUois of tho ciews of the missing
ships rnlklaudhank and Cainedd Lie
Mellyu In tho vicinity of Capo Horn
mid the inland of Tloirn del Kucgo. In
coinpllanto with Iheso ie(iiests tho
l''oielgu Omee lias cahleel to the Mir.
ister lit Iliienos Aies iHilliiiiblng him
lo mako tliu necessary nrrnngenicnti:
for sending 11 government ste-amer In
epliire llio hole length of tho nnst,
particularly mound tho Inland of Tier
1.1 del I'uego. Tho lliltlsh Mlnlstoi'
has also been renncsted In make ret
resenlnllims to the CI1II01111 Ooverii
iiient nulhorltlcs with n lew :e tl.u
latter helping lu the search for the.
men. Incidentally, a ( UM) lemkout wIM
bo kept for nous of tho Arthur Sewnll.
Uangiloio and Ailuljih Obile. S. V
Tin: flauri:nci: ward went on
tho tiurluo railway this morning. Tho
structuio has Just been ropalicel so
that tho schooner couM go on, for u
thoiough oeiliaullng, and cleaning.
Till: MAUNA I.OA Is to bo sent lo
tho Coast to h.io her bolleis roll I led.
ller;un will bo taken by the Mnul.
TWO MAItlNns who desoiteel from
Camp Veiy hao been located ns stow
r.wnjs on tho Koien.
THR KRHNCII haik Salnto Anno
has nulslicil ellschaiglug coal nt llio
Till: CRUISI:R Charleslon Is dun In
Mil from S.111 l'l.uielscn Tor this pint
on October Int.
Tilt: IROQUOIS went out lo IVail
II111 bur this inoinlng, taking consti no
THi: SCIIOONKR James Rolpli ni
lived at llouolpu Thursday from tho
THi: Ki: AH HOII goes out this
evening at 5 o'clock for Kauai.
Tin: MAUNA I.OA Is duo from Kail,
Kona and Maul toiuonow.
Tho daughter of IMwnrd Ward Van
eleibllt, tho Ilielfiklyn lumber merchant
who married Mic. Mary Ann Sc.iniiel
rt'Pl'or, splrltiullst, has asked tho
New Yoik Supremo court to pass again
on his sanity.
I I;. Coin (land and Mrs Horaco
Conithiml me under arrest lu Rich
mond, Va on charges or fraud. Theio
Is no tiaro of tho man supposed to bo
Dr. It, O. Flower, who Is salil lo ho
iuvolveil In tho enso.
to yourself and let ui build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, ot jaoht which you
have In mind. Well haviUt 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: to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works, '
. ".. King near Alapai,
.. M,.-imM, tY-jtffau