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Lei Aloha Chapter No. T
Initlation. A ll'HDAV
All vWII lug mcinbeis of I In
Order aie cordl.ill- Inv It'll iu
attend meetings of Inenl lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'.
Meet! every MomHy evening nt
7 ISO In 1. O. O. V. Hall. Fort Street.
K. It HI2Nl)RY, Secretary
DKN. F. VICIU2RS, N. G.
'' All visiting brothel s very cordially
Invited.
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
i
Moats ovory 2d and Ith Tuesday
'at wich month at T 30 p. tn. nt K. 1.
hull, corner I'oit mid llereluiila Sts.
.Visiting Uiothers nllully wclco.D?
W. L LYU:, '. C,
1 WALDRON, K. of 11. .1 S.
0AI1U LODGE. No 1. K. of P.
Meets ovcry flrnt icnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K of I'. Hall,
corner Toil and lloiotanln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttend
a. o. ui;i:uino, c.c,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu L"dgo No 010. H. P. O.
13., will meet la their hall on King
sear Fort Street ovory Filday ceu
IliiJ. lly order of the 12 n.:
, HENRY C. I2ASTON,
Bi'cictary.
WM. H. MclNI2RNY..I2. It.
Wei. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets overy 2nd and ItH Satuulay
evening tt 7:30 o'llmk In K. of P.
tlnll rnr IVirl unil Ri-retiinl.i. Vlslt-
lug brothers cordially Invited to al-
tcinl.
W. I.. FHVZUU, C.C.
12. A. JAC011SON. K It S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd nnd 1 til WED
NESDAY ovculngu f each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, corner
Kerctanla nnd Tort' streets.
Visiting 12nglo3 nro Invited to nt
tend. W. L. FUAZI212, W., Treat.
II. T. MOOR12, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knight of
Pythias Hall. Visiting l others cor
dially United to ntti ud.
A. It. AUI.T2K2II, Sachem.
A. n.'MI'RPHY, C. of It.
Restaurant
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
ALL HOURS.
Convenient for Orphtum Attendants,
BERETAHIA STBEET
1st Door Waikiki of Central Firo Stu,
Ask Your Grocer
roil
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HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
CITY MESSENGER
SERVICE
PHONE 422
T RATITn MAWAf!T"H
EsT Union Ktreef near Ifntpl.
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rau-Ma-imiia
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':" Jixiiii,iaJ i LituuiJiiy, wuiik.
v w- j ......- v .. B..-
,t J , done by tho
V"' pnr.wnn laiiwhhv
with their new FRENCH
dry-clcnnins process.
257 Bcretania St. Phone 1491.
JjjrjT-'.'For Rent" caivl3 on sale at
vuuiieun oincc.
PET that GAS
STOVE, be
cause it will save
you money. The
mere tact that it is
better than a wood
stove inappearance,
that it will cost less
in the beginning
and will last longer
are mere details. It
is the money you
will save that
counts.
Honolulu Gas Co.
LIMITED
Bishop Street
nSr-a-4ViifcB.B.3it'i miLUtMrc&
Lehnhardt's
Unexcelled
allies i
i Always Fresh at
I CHAMBER'S DRUG
I CO.,
I Fort and King St.
-w-'ih' ' -iT",iy'..
Mi
inery
f
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
BIBD0NS. FLOWERS. CHIF
FONS, WIRES
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire i'rpines Hade to Order.
lii. Isosliinia,
30 KING ST.
FOR " "'"
Tom Sharp
TO HAKE YOU
Campaign Banners,
Posters, etc.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397,
House and General Painting.
CORN FED
FINE AND FAT
CLUB STABLES
Tel. 100
The Only CURIO SALOON in town
is the
Orpheum Saioon
right nest to the Orpheum Theater,
Conic up and have some fun.'
Choic7"?ERNSr ROSES and
CARNATIONS
SrB..M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
Telephone 339.
AGENTS FOR
EDGEWORTH and QEOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
TITZPATRIOK BROS. ,! ' '
and HYRTLE CWAR STORE.
VOTE
TURKEYS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
J$- Don't believe you have tried
your bcst'uutil you have uscdSt B u 1
lo tin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Kent Franklin tars. Hlkyds. Slbls
V riiriitohcil mltngc, containing
thine rooms. Is wanted.' See For
Hunt column
Mis Mollis has r( turned from hor
mhmIIoii, Mini Is ukuIii at her dioitts-
Mtnlfttifr inn lurM
Tako our cart logo or automobllo
to llnwtiltnn Carriage Munfy. Co., tor
up to-dato repairs.
Dmh O'Coniiell ttn'i IliUi inurnlni;
i;i infed 'i ilUiticc (linn John on tint
1,'Vuiimk of nun mlpiiorl.
Coat your Iron units with "Arable, "
Yoii iilll l;C ottrprlHcd at Us co-Jlln?
iiii.l ircB(:rvr.lhe fropurttcs Uallfornla
I'cimI Co.. ngcntH.
T Omni I, I) A wanna and T, Knlzu
ml luuc roinniZ-iicoil nilt m;uliiHt Mm
Knldilii.tnii SiiKar t!oiup,lfi for J7OO0
Tin alliCed fnilliro to keep u tortnln
i (Ulll.lCI.
riie illrecturii of tho O.ihu SiiKnr
Co this linn 11 Inn derided to coiitlnitn
tile niiinthl) i pei i out. dividend into
nott e.lr Instrad of paying extra dlv
ItlemlH of 1 1-2 per icnt. In Octulier
nnd Deccvilier. Iih fnrlni'ily planned.
A meolliig (i fthu Jiipaneso Henev-
nont mieti'ly will tip held liinlflit In
i lie .lnp,ini"c i-eliool on Nnii.in'tt street.
ilie pilnelpjl Woik or the meeting
will be to elect iiltli-eu: for the eiiKil
In;; c.ir. He v. tl. Motnkawa, ulin lias
lii-eii prcKlileut for a lung time, will
lie leeheled.
Klkiipa. a llnwalliin hoy, has been
nricHtcil ami is s.ild li) the piillui In
liiie (onfiKscil lo li.ive nloleli a iiiltii-
ber of olodes from v.iiluiis plmea
'i'liele Ii.ik been a large nuinlier n(
wheels titnlcii during the past fev
wi'i'ks Mini tile pollui an; after tliu
lblee
Iln Yin and l.eil Ititni, ehnrgi-d with
balng lolatid Ibn IMiiiuuiU Act,
vere foinnl not gulltv by, llio Jury
n tilth has benid the Ircllmoii In the
cane for llio. part four il'iys. IMdle
Dnullillt fur tin- di renibiiilH, as well
as V T. llawlliiH put up a lut d fight.
nnd the c.ise as holly eoulented
A KKI'UKT 111 legaid to U ll.llolll
eter which the Ward Ik lo taku om
this trip to Midway gao rise tins
foruini.u to n largo toiy, which cir
culated nboul on the ell fnmt, that
wiatlier liurenu htnllmiH tteio to be
i'i'lal)ll.-lir(l lii a number of places In
Ilie rncllle nnd one would bn at Mid
win Hut. It In only a plain biiometer
after all.
OVER $800 FOR
MOVING PICTURES
AT SETTLEMENT
Jnck MtVelgh called at tho 11 Ml
1 e I In ol'lee tlilu morning riunl re
eelveil $3i:i.Mi, It being tho amount
ctinlrlbiiU'i! for llio moving picture
m-iclilni I 5 I lime tiiniing their money
In at Ilie II u 1 1 c I I u olTlee. Thu total
aiiioimt Mr, McVeigh now has In liatnl
N over $S'0il, tho people ift the Settle,
lilent h.nlug nilaed moro than a hun
dred dollarn atnciig tliemsuUes.
"Our blaii' now Is tn place this
money hild llio rcHKinslliliily f pur.
eiiasmg tho mnclilno In tlio hands of
ii eonimltteo of linen Mr. Ilockiis of
the Hull o tin, Mr. Crane or tho Ad
eitlrer. Iilid Alonro fliirtley. Tils
comiiiltteo wn eviiect will go Into tlio
matter thoroughly and make tlio best
purcliaso possible 1or the Keltlenient.
"Mr (inrtlcy will be an especially
necusfiiry member becauco ho can
i;le us pointers on getting bnnio sort
of electric power nnd his knowledge
or photography will help us in tlio pur
chute of films.
"We mo deeply grateful to tho peo
plu who hao come foiward bo liber
ally and j on may bo sitro that tha
residents or tho Settlement will get
gieat lilentuio out of tho motion pic
tuiec. Wo shall get i.taitcd as toon
as possible."
HOUSE IS HAUNTED
(Co.itinued from Pace H
caiifo or (ho lroiblq,'ns sho was nfinld
that the,glil might not be able lo find
einplojiuent ir )i(oph) weio lad to be
lleD iuit sho Inoiigbl gliosis nloug
with her. Sho slnted us proor that
12bporanza had worked lor a number
of families In tlm City, but novel had
any gliosis appeared nt nny other
place where sho had winked,
Mr.. Pirarltli then snld that bho
had found that tho people who had
occupied thu hoiiso Just before they
themselves mnud Into It, had been
Islted by gliosis, but they bad raid
nothing iibulit it lo thu 1'eeailbhes,
who, as u consequence, feel ninth u:;
grieved. "They bald nt first that they linn
noer had uny ghosts whllo they were
heio but I hud benrd fiom thfl neigh
bors that they had, nnd they finally,
confcbsed to me," said Mrs. Pocarlsh.
"Quo night .tho daughter go to bed
WANTED
H October IB, furnluhed cnttnge,
time bediooms. Address "II. 0"
this olllce 41 19-1 f
A Most. Excellent Assortment of
SUITINGS
W. W.'Aliana'Co.,
LIMITED
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
BRYAN TO
v
ROCK ISLAND. 111.
!K ISLAND,
Roosevelt's fast letter
lenge to suliinlt Haskell's, case to a
publish tho Items of Ilie Republican
, . "
PLAGUE AND
I'KKIN'Cl, China, pt. 2. Blhcn the outbreak or tlm bubonic
plague nt Tong Hlia them hae been
'I'liousnuds of nnthes and u score of foreigners nrc dead of tho
cholera iu the Yang-tso altey.
. MANILA,1 I. I., Sept. 2!t, There
nnd llvu ileaths lodayi v
ST l'HTKRSIHIIta, Russia, Sept.
cliolern lodny and !)9 deaths
SPERRY IS NEAR MANILA
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 29. Adiiilint Hiieiry has sent n wlieless mes
sage that the Atlantic Fleet will nrrlvo hern on I'rlilny. Tin-ro will lie
n great water paiade nnd it reeeptlo;i.
ARCHB0LD LETTERS STOLEN
NI2W YORK. N. Y Seiit. 211, John n. Archbold states that the
Kornker letteis weie stolen three years ago and offered for sale to tho
uewspapeiM. . '
JAPAN IS SAVINO MONEY
TOKIO, Jnpan, Sept, 29. The reduction of tho Japanero military
force Iu North China has inado a saving of .710,000 yen per iiununi.
m i . m
PLOTTING ALPHONSO'S DEATH
lllir)API2ST, Hungary, Sept. 2S. Two men havo been nrrcslcd on
suspicion or plotting (be death of King Alphoiiko.
J.fc
READY FOR MANEUVERS
SAN rilANCIKCO, C.illf., Sept. 21). Thice tliiiiiB.mil regnlaia and
mllltl.i will take pail in the maneuver, .
and idiu put her times under the bed.
Then suddenly the sIiocb tly up nnd
go bang ngaliikt tho wall. Tho mother
eillii to thu girl and links her why
she I hiows her shoes like that, but
tlio girl answer that the never do It.
Them ihoes they Just lly like that by
themrelvi;s.
"Another time when llio hiifliand
was not home the wHo she sees tho
bllndn In front of the door lly open like
If someone teat- them apart, and It l
hard tn open them thulters, for they
hao hooks. Site hear them lung
against the wall, and then the glass
dnoiB lly open, but nobody comes In.
The wonuiii bho gels scaled and tilin
hollcrB for n neighbor, but when he
cornea iu theio Is nobody tlieio.
"It's tho lintisu that has ghosts, nnd
I2spernnz.i she's got no ghosts. Why
the night before last she sleep In this
liiiutu, and all day yesleidav r.he was
here, nnd nnlhlug happen. Tho house
Is tho wholu trouble."
AFTER an operation at the hospi
tal, when the patient is in a
weakened condition, the doctor
will" say, "Don't give him any food.
Take away that malt- extract it will
sicken him. What he needs is good
Beer all he wants of it.
" Beer is the only form of food he
can retain, and at the same time the
best tonic he can take. I always pre
scribe it in cases like this, and I have
always found that it strengthens and
tones up the weak."
"But, doctor if it is a tonic for the
sick it should be good for the well."
" It is. And if more people used a
good Beer as a beverage there would
be less work for us. It is$ tonic and
food, and helps to clear the system of
waste matter." '
The best Beer in Honolulu is the
Hp.me Brew, made to suitjthe climate
PRIMO BEER. t
i j i
Drink
to, '-B
ROOSEVELT
I., Sept, 2'. Mr. 'liram has 'reeled to President
declnrlng that tlio Picsldcnt has refused his chnl-
tribunal nnd challenging him
campaign fund In HiOI.
i i m .
CHOLERA
r. 00 deaths.
.
were, twelve new rases of cholera
,
30. iThero w'cre 222 new rosea of
. h ; -.,
TIRED EYES
When your eyes rtow tired after
reading, .there's aomcthinu WRONG.
Come and have them examined.
OPTICIAN.
BOSTON BLOCK.
BORN.
I.KITHKAH In Honolulu, Sept. 24,
HKW, to Mr. and Mrs. (I. S. Lellhcad,
II Mill,
J3BP" 'For Rent" cards on tala at
Bulletin office.
Primo Beer
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It
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I-:- ... H-l TIDE3 -
J I IN FOHEIOr KOHTB M
Tuesday, September 23.
.MONTI21U2Y Sailed Sept. Mr
Sp. l-ulls of Clyde, fiir Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Al rived Sept. .M:
S. S. Texan, from llllo, Sept. M.
DI2LAWARI: UHllAKWATl'lt At
- rived Sept.. 2":
'Am. Sp. Dlrlgo, henco May 2..
D12I.AWARI2 URI2AKWATi:U At
i rived Sent, 28:
Ilk. Fooling Suey, hence May 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 29:
Bchr. H. C. Wright, for Manilkona.
IIII.O Sailed Sept. 2il:
S. H. Ailzouan, for Snllna Cmz.
WATERFRONT NOTES
SOMF. MBMnnitS of tho Tertltorlnl
Comiiiltteo believe Hint n Hilllnh'e
yacht In commission for tho purpose
of liiler-lslaiid tour., would lino toui
Ists to these islands.
M
PII.12S OF COALlgioWIng up on tho
Alakea and Naval wharves Indicate
that tho cruiser fleet la going to re
turn her, nfter all llio reportB lo the
contrary.
Ha
' THE KtNAU camo In this morning
from tho Harden Isle, with u general
cargo,. Including 9187 bags of sugar,
nnd with n full crowd of passengers.
TWO IIORSI2S brought In by tlm
Vrglulau yesterday for tho Putker
ranch were tlfo laigest horses oor
brought Into these b lands.
THK l-'LAUItRNCf? WARD camo
off thu Marine railway1 jestcrday af
ternoon. She will sail for Midway
Friday or Saturday.
Pa
Till: LURI.INB will return here
fiom llllo on Saturday, according to a
wlreleis lecelvod this morning.
HONOLULU WITHER '
Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Temperatures C a. in 73; S n. m
78: iu a. m., 77; noon, 79; morning
minimum, 73.
llnromclcr, S it. in., 30.00; nlnnttito
humidity, 8 a. in., 0.474 grnliw ie'i
cubic foot; relutUo humidity, 8 n. m..
03 per rent; dew point, 8 n. in., CI.
Wind (1 a. m., elocity 10, direction
12.; 8 n. in., eloclty 8. direction .j
10 a. m M-loclty lii, direction N. K.;
noon, clorlly IE, dlreetlon 12.
Ralnrall during 24 limns ended S a
m.. .01 inch.
Total wind iunemcnt during 24
houiB ended at noon, 222 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Dliector. .Weather liurenu.
mt i
BULLETIN AD9 PAY
.J'
!p i V ?S m I ' IW.
" 3i 3 1 ': "? i s mij
n-m. fl p m, p m & m- cll
jh fiuni' r,ui ii ti s sjsits n
-i c'ttt'u'l'.'ll irtlVu flf.j 5 47 sM
:i f, m'i-t k I I K ft SI .' lA 'I M
I " III.' I
1 7 V, I ,B 7 iU 0 '.) .1 31 5 f!l ft t" ID '.t
2 V (l-r,j M 107 ft SI ft,",.' ft II 1121
Ii in a, 1.7 li i .mi r. 11 ft A.i : 4 1 -
, in a in I
i ii sr. i.7 ; r, t in oil. , ii oa
d'lrst quiii ter on Hie moon Oct. 2.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hum a
30 minutes slowor than Orconwlch
time, being that of th meridian of 1G7
legrees 30 minutes Tl. time whistle
blows atil:30 p. m., which Is tho Bama
as Greenwich, u houra 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are tor local time for the
nrholo group.
.;
I ARRIVED I
1 Weilnesdaj', 8epleniber 30.
Stinr. Klnau, Gregory, fiom Kutial,
a. m. ,
DEPARTED
Tuesday, September 29.
. Stmr. W tl. Hull, for Kauai port,
5 p. m,
DUE TOMORROW
T. K. K. 8. S. Toiijii Maru. Rent,
from San rianrlsco, n, m.
T. K. K ,S. S. Ameilc.i Mum fiom
Yokohamn, a, in.
!
PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Klinu, (Iregoiy, from
Knilnl, Seiit. 30. A. S. Wilcox and
wire, MIbs J. Quill, Miss Cation, II. 1).
Ilaldwln, wire mid family, Mrs. I). II.
M unlock nnd cblldicn, Mrs. J. K. iitlu
dnll. Miss Jlclntyre. .Miss A. lllack
stad. Miss ll.irl, W. ('. Hair, 1). K.
Watson, wire nnd (hild. 12. C. Smith,
S. Hocking, D. F. Mcl'orilston. C W.
Spitz, Mrn. W II. Rice, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Kavnmn and family, M. Mcmloza and
wife, Y. Odo, wire nnd family, K. Ta
hara, S. Mokl. M. Ohashl, Fujlgawa.
wife mid lamlly, Kami, K, Mttaul anil
wile, S. Okuno, Y. Yamnnuka, Rov.
liiiuimira. John Vlera and 40 on deck.
PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per O. S. S. Alameda Tor San Fran
cisco, Oct. 7. Mits A. Diillon, .Uss
Winston, .1. II, Hiown, C. McLennan,
Dr. mid Mis. .1. II, Dawson, Mrs. F. A.
Snlor and child. Mrs. W. A. Hideout,
and child, II. S. Hopkins, A. W.
Church. II. II. Peny, 12. A. Hermit,
Miss 12. M. Sandeis, .1. P. Johnson,
Mrs. 1). L. Van Dine. Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
11, James and child, W. Wilson, Oeo.
K. nilnmn.
l'er M. S. S. llllonlun ror Han Fran
clo, Oct. li. Mm. L. I), Arnold and
Infant, Miss Gertrude Mct'itim. 11. W.
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. llcigstrom and
2 ehlldieii, Dr. mid Mis, I'hlllp Frear.
Mrs. C. Morgan and 2 chlldien, Mrs.
12. K. Mnhlimi, Mrs. Johnson I.ee, A.
W. I2ames. Mis. Ordwaj and rhlld. A.
L. Loiilsson, Miss Colmaii, II. II, Per
ry, C. McLennan and ladles. Mrs. Iiv
sted. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 29, 1908,
.From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Piinohii Mulr to C II Herlng ...PA
K, Noborl to Y Tiiknkuwa CM
Juan V da Sllva lo I.nupaliochoo
Sugar Co i:XL
Antone .Iiiidln lo L'liip.ihoehoo Su
gar Co . . , rjxL
Antone Jardiu to Lnup.ihoehoe
Sugar Co HxL
Manocl de F Adilan to Laup.ihoc-
hoe Sugar Co HxL
Manuel do Costa to Laupnhoehoo
Sugar Co i,
Annie Relnhaidt to Latipahoehoe
S'iKar Co Agimt
Annie Relnhnult to Laupahoehoe
sB-r Co Agrmt
Floicnco Richard to Laupahoehoe,
BiiBur C Agimt
Florence lllchaid lo Laupahoehoe
Sugar Co Agimt
F Wfllado anil wf by ntty to Oeo
Rodlek n
A N Campbell tr to Kiilial (w) ct
aI , Rel
A Lewis ,Ir and wf to Anlouo (1
Pntaka j)
Antone (1 PalaKa to Maria (1 An-'
ilriulii p
Entered for Record Sept. 30, 1908,
From 9 a. in. to 10:30 a. m.
Homy Wharton to Kaupulkl Ka-
hllania ne
KanpulM Kiihlhinia and wf to John
G Duai to )
Capt. Cusanl of the Italian cruiser
FiigHti, In a speech nt a banquet at
Seattle, Wiibh,, said Hint Piesldent
Roosevelt had bet the stundaids ror
the lest or tlio win Id in dealing with
people im ii niler nnd Ir the peace
maker or tho woild today.
GET NEXT
to yourself ana let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll havefit ready
n no- time, and the price will be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
do &3've done u however; to
we KNOW.
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. ... King netr Alapai,
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