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Pacific Third Denree.
Honolulu Commamlery Reg
ular, D P. M.
Hawaiian First Dcaree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members ot the
Order lire cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
f. HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever Monday evening nt
:30 In 1. 0. 0. T. Hall. Tort Street.
ll. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
in:. f. vickbhs, n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordlnlly
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 4tli Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. in. nt K. P.
Hall, corner Tort nnd llerctanla Sts.
Visiting Hi others cordially welcome
v. i.. lylh, c. c,
T. WALDUON, IC. of R. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first And third F.-l-
f day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
"corner Fort and llerctanla. Visiting
! brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DKIIHINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITK, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, D. P. O.
E., will meet lu tholr hall on King
near Tort Street every Friday even
lly ordor of the E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. R.
Wra. M'XINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mocts every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evculn'i; at 7.30 o'clock lu K. ot P.
Hall, (.or. Fort nnd llcretanln. Vlslt-
iL brothers cordially Invited to at-
W. L. FRA55EE, C.C..
15. A. JACODSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
- Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
fBerctanla nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
3days of each month at Knight of
.Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor-
Kdlally Invited to attend.
k A. n. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. U. MUlll'llY, U. Ot II. ,
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
.Convenient for Orpheum Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
We sell you stbves
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
To find a house, a bargain, a ser
vant, anything but trouble, use a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunoh or dinner.
Rent Franklin cars. Btkyds. Stbls.
Hlng up No. (I. do homo In an nil to
A German Kill, well recommended,
desires position. See Want columns.
Harmony Lodga No. 3, I. O. O. F
will meet In Odd Fellows hall this
ovenlng nt 7:30. .
"Take your carriage or automobile
to .Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
up to-date repair.
There will bo a meeting of teachers
In Superintendent babbitt's rooms this
afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock.
A notice lo the president nnd ex
ecutive commltteo of each precinct
oluli Is published In this Issue.
SeM'ial cases of reckless automobile
Handling were reported yesterday nf
ternoun along Knlakaua avenue.
Edilla Slemscn was this morning ap
pointed administrator of his wife's es
tate, which Is valued at approximately
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You will bo surprised at tti coollnt
and preservative properties. California
Food Co., agents.
The nomination of Wnlmau, candi
date for Sheriff of the County of Ka
lawao, Molokal, was received lu prop
er form by Secretary Mott-Smllh this
Mrs. A. J. Olgunux has received n
cable telling of Iho death of her fath
er, O. F. l'lerce. In Foxborough, Mas
sachusetts, last Friday, In Ills seventy
l.ucy R. High lias filed a petition to
register her tltlo lo about 50.000 mi'iare
feet of properly on Wylllo street, near
I.lllha. She states that the ptoperty
Is worth about $4100.
Win. F. I'ogue, Jr., has resigned his
position ? timekeeper on the 11. C.
& S. Co.'s plantation on Maul and ho
nnd Mrs. Poguo have decided to make
their future home In Humboldt Coun
Mrs. Oraco Crockett, who Is rapidly
recovering from her recent seveiu Ill
ness, Is spending several weokg In .Ma
nna valley, occupying tho Westervelt
residence during tho absence of Mr.
and Mrs. Westervclt nt tho Volcano.
C .1. Day conducted the services In
the l'rlson yard jesterday forenoon,
Miss Yurrow presiding at the organ.
Through the untiring efforts ot Miss
Yurrow u band of joung people came
over from KuumukapllI Church and
took part In tho services. The sing
ing of tho young people was greatly
appreciated by the Inmates ot the
Prison. The O. 1'. (lleo Club render
ed several appropriate selections.
LINCOLN', Neb., Oct. 4. It Is declared hero that President Roosovelt
Is about to tako tho stump In Tnft's Interest, his plans being to mako
six speeches at Important points across the continent, beginning on the
Atlantic CoaBt and finishing his tour In San Francisco.
HEARST GOES AFTER BAILEY
EL PASO, Tex;, Oct. ,3. Hearst hns renewed his attack upon Sena
tor llnlley of this State, In an address here today, rending letters ad
dressed to Ilalley from Plorce, the oil magnate, of the Waters-l'icrce Co.,
the Texas branch or the Standard Oil Company.
WASHINGTON, 1). 0.-, Oct. 3.-.The Customs Collector for tho port ot
Port Huron has, been removed from "like for. collecting, political contribu
tions toward the campaign fund contrary to the ordor Issued forbidding
TAPT WILL TALK TILL ELECTION
KANSAS CITY.iMo., Oct. 4. It, hns, been unnounced that Tuft will
Btny on the Btump until the day beforo the election, his plan being to con
clude his campaign In his home city on November 2.
NINETY-EIGHT REPEATERS IN ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS MOji Oct. 3 Ninety-eight persons hnve been Indicted
here on a charge of false registration, It having been shown that they re
peated their registrations In different precincts.
BRYAN PRESIDING OFFICER
' LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 3. A mass meeting was held In this city
night, over which William Jennings Drynn presided.
TAFT'S FOURTEEN SPEECHES
TOPKKA, Kns., Oct. 3. Tuft:.lus begun his tour of Knnsas, mnklng
fourteen speeches' In the State today.
, ; i . m t' fci
BATTLESHIPS IN STORM
MANILA, P. I., Tuesday, Oct. C
The battleships ot tho Atlantic Fleet,
anchored off this port, rode through
hurricane today that lasted twelve
hours, The ships weathered the great
storm safely,, but considerable dam
age was suffered ashore.
Cholera Yet in Evidence
The cholera epidemic Is still In ev
idence In tho health reports. On
Sunday there were nine cases report
ed to the authorities and two deaths,
while two nioro cases were discovered
JUBT RECEIVED PROM S. F.
Wavcilcy Buildinp, Bethel St.
K Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
l and Table Service at All Hours. Best
r Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
yj. SANTOS MANAGER
Union Street near Hotel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK "
done by the
....il. 41,. I- , I'TOTUniT
Willi tJICIl n-w ia,Uiluu
;; dry-cleaning process.
; PT.7 Beretania St. Phone 1491
f, BAMBOO FURNITURE
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING "ST. "
to !make you" j v
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 387.
House and General Painting.
BOSTON BLDG., 2ND FLOOR,'
RECORD OF CHOLERA
ST. PKTKltSHUnO, Itussla. Oct. 3
Tho cholerli Is decreasing. Today the
number of cases reported was ltM,
with 84 deaths. The number ot those
who had been taken down with tho
disease and have been turned out ot
the hospitals as cured Is 99G.
llMLOItADK, Servla, Oct. 4. Wai
Is threatened In the HalKans ns tho
result of (i declaration of Independ
ence on tho part of llulgarln, Issued
In the 1'iovinco of Hiimella.
I'll nee Ferdinand nf Bulgaria will
assume the Cznralty of the Independ
Mondav. Oct. 5. 1908.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 4:
S. S. Mexican, from Sallnn Cruz.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco 8ept.l0.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Oct. 4:
ilktn. Irmgnrd, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Oct. C:
It. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
NKWI'ORT NEWS Sailed Sept. fi:
S. S. Hcrmlstun, for Honolulu.
IIONOII'U Sailed Oct. 3:
Sch. .Ins. llolph, for San Frnnclseo.
IMIILADKLI'IIIA or NI!V YOIIK
Arrived Oct. I:
Ilk. Fooling Buoy, with rigging nnd
Ilulgarla, of which Kumclln be
came a part in 18SC, Is under the su
zerainty of Turkey, llosnla nnd Her
zeguvlnn Is n province of Austria, nnd
over It, according to the latest maps
and encyclopedia nt hand, Turkey has
no suzerain authority. Tho provinco
of llulgarln touches no portion ot
Austrian territory, while between
that province nnd the other provinces
named in the ubove despatch lies the
Kingdom of Servla. The abovo cable
Is about us clear ns the usual polltl
ral situation In the llnlkans, how
It ls-ulso i cported here that Aus
tria is threatening to annex tho I'io
vlnec of llosnla nnd Herzegovina.
Turkey Is preparing to icslst.
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
UTAH FOR TEMPERANCE
RAI.T I.ABK HITV. Illnh Opt. 4
Fifteen thousand Mormons today K is very well to See a Wren, but the
foreswore all Intoxicants nnd plodgcd
I.E MANS, France. Oct. 3. Aero
naut Wright succeeded In remaining
themselves to work for candidates
pledged to enact prohibition legisla
tion for Utah.
SPOKANE GETS CONGRESS
ALIUIQUEUQUE, N. M Oct. 3.
In the air 4f minutes and 37 seconds, It has been decided that tho Irrlgn-
nlacc .to tret one is at the CHARLES
D. WALKER'S BOAT and MACHINE
WORKS, KING ST., opposite SOUTH,
In tils dirigible airship today,
establishing a record for passenger
thus, Hon Congress will meet In 1909 In
OJIUKUIIU, ttllBll. ,
R. A. SMYTH DEAD
SAN FIIANCISCO. Calif.. Oct. 3.
Tll It. A. Smyth, tho well-known sporting
NEWPOHf.T B.i I., Oct. 3.
submarines Cuttlefish, Octopus, Viper, I wr(cri b dead.
mm i uranium jeii' nere luuuy uit u m i
race to Philadelphia. OW REGISTER I
'! . iL ' ! - ' J ' Tir -IJi-LJI
Accuratelv-nlted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
We fit them that way.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
5 C CIGAR. 5 C.
M. A. Griinst fc Co.
Reports that have reached hero from
the other Islands show beyond a doubt
that Honolulu Is not the only, place
whero the public schools are over
crowded, and they also show that this
Is a record-breaking year for thu edu
cational Institutions of tho Territory.
Would Turn Away Pupils.
Mrs. Faullnu Umstcd, principal of
tho Walmea, Kauai, school, states In
a letter to Superintendent Uabbitt
that there were 320 children registered
In school on tho opening day, and sha
wants to know If she will be ullowod
to turn nwny others. She says that
the school is sadly In need of loth
room and teachers. At tho last en
tertainment given by the Waimea
school, enough money was realized to
purchase a Singer sowing machine, a
pair of scales and sixty-two now books
foi -their library. '
Cyril O. Smith, principal ot tho Ka
paa school, has also niadb a written
report to Mr. Uabbitt Ho states that
thanks are duo to Oeorgo Falrchlld
for a splendid outing which ho gave
the children of that, section of the
country. On a special train lie took
nearly 200 people to vlow tho whole
stretch of the famous Kapan lands,
after which tho wholo party was en
tertained at Col. Spalding's place.
Oeorgo Falrchlld has Just resinned as
school agent for (hut section, mid
let's tee, yes, ho Is a candidate for
Tho tcnclier at Ilanalcl reports that
a number of the pupllu at the school
there nro sufforing from tho mumps,
nnd totno from tiachomn. Tho most
of them hnvo very soro arms n't the
present, time, duo to successful vac
Quake Dumped Building.
Anqthcr, reports has como from
Puna, Hawaii, stating that the earth.
quako did considerable damage to the
schools there. One school building
was moved two foot and tipped over,
the building falling one way and tho
veranuan toppling tlio other.
SULPHURIC AClDvgOt looso on tho
Hongkong Maru, when two Jnpancsn
sailors dropped a caso of tho ncld, and
together wltl( sonio steerage p'assou
gers were .scared by tho liquid. The
affair was roported to the harbor po
lice, at Yokohama, whero tho Hong
kong arrived on tho lCth Inst,
THE MIKAHALA'S "cargo Included
lHf-"For Sals" cards at Bulletin,
EDGEWORTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
W. W- Ariana Ca,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 925.
THE BEST "FITTERS" W TOWN,
FTER an operation at the hospi
tal, when the patient is in a
weakened condition, the doctor
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. f always pre
scribe it in cases like tjiis, and I have
always found that it strengthens and
tones up the weak."
"But, doctor, if it is a tonic for the
- . T ' - -7,--,,. ,
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 a tonic and
, .j v if. J.
food, and helps to clear the system of
The best Beer in Honolulu is the
Home Brew, made to suit the climate
M. N. S. S. Illtonlan, Johnson, for
Sau Francisco, 10 n. m.
Stmr. Manna Ken, Freeman, for Hltn
and wny ports. 12 noon.
Stmr. V. O. Hall, for Kauai ports, r
I'er stmr. Mlknhala, from Mnul ami
Molokal ports, Oct. 4. Mrs. L. Hon
lapa nml Infant, Mrs. K. l'auhewn, Mrs.
Dr. Hays. Mrs. A. C. Hays, I). Nub
ian, 11. Jo.io, Chas. (lay. Governor
Frear, Murston Campbell, V, O. Aiken.
Mrs. Aiken, Mr. nnd Mrs. Newell, Dr.
F. M. MrCnlluin, .1. F. Trovers, 11. M.
Wells, Jas. Munro, Chung Chung, V.
Frueriiert. Mrs. Fruerpert, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Gomes, Ho Sam, Hagashido,
nnd 12 deck.
I'er Btmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports. Oct. 4. lion. .1. K. Knlunlannolo,
L. Wcliizhclmcr, (leo. Campbell, Miss
I', l-abeuuz, (1. Innuye, It. Ho and VJ
UP A STUMP
Secretary Mott-Smllh is wnltlng for
an opinion fiom Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Whitney to decide whether or not
ho will receive thu nominations, for
ltcpiesenlutlves that came lu yester
day from Kauai. Judgo Whitney has
already decided Hint nominations com
ing In today should not be accepted,
nml this will probably throw John H.
Chandler, whose nomination for Hen
ator reached Mott-Smltli only today,
out of tho race. Thu Secretnr), h ,-.
over, has not decided this point to hln
own satisfaction as yet.
Whitney Is nt present puzzling over
tho question ns to whether Mott-Smllh
should hnvo accepted nominations that
reached him yesterday. The nomina
tions of I). Kanealll, M. A. Mlkacle.
and. John Hulemanu, for Representa
tive, were received by him nt his
house yesterday morning about ten
thirty, and according to his published
statement, ho must rcfusu them, un
less tho Anorney-aeneral's opli:lun
says that they should bo received.
Should the opinion hold with Mutt
Smith's (Irst decision, mandamus pro
ceedings may bo brought to compel
him to recolvu thu tardy nomlnatii m.
Whitney will huvu his decision com
pleted this afternoon.
CANNERIES NOT EXEMPT
(Continned from Vest 1)
rcmr.lnlug Oahu corporations have,
each more than fort acres cither In
feo simple or leasehold and their
own canneries. Tht- Tax Appeal
Court of Oahu allowed the total ex
emption claimed nnd tho tax nbsessor
appealed. The Haiku Fruit nnd
Packing Company, Ltd., holds mm a
tlinn forty npres of land and owns Its
own cannery. Its claim of exemp
tion was sustained by the Tax Ap
peal Court of Mnul and the tux asses
sor appealed. The Ililo Fruit Com
pany, Ltd., does not maintain a plan
tation but owns a cannery. The Tax
Appeal Court of Hawaii sustained thn
assessment lnado by the nsscssor mid
tho taxpayer appealed. The Kuunl
Fruit nnd Land Company, Ltd., owns
less than foity ncres ot land nnd a
cannery. The Tax Appeal Court ot
Kuual held that S. L. 1907, Act 77,
did not go into effect until tho com
pletion of tho five-year term of ex
emption granted by It. L. Sec. 1223.
and granted n full exemption tinder
that tectlon, from which decision tho
tnx nssetsor nppcnlod."
Tho conclusion of tho Court Is
stated in the following lungunge:
"Our conclusion i that the stat
ute exempts from taxation all .per
sonal property and all real property
other than land, solely nnd nctunlly
used In tho cultivation nnd produc
tion of pineapples, nnd nil land up to
forty ncrcs so used by nny one per
son, firm or corporation, but does not
exempt establishments for tho can
ning of pineapples, whether owned
by tha planter or by nn Independent
The syllnbus reads;
"Taxation: exemption nndor stat
ute. S. L. 1907. Art 77, exempting
nil property, real nnd personal, used
In tho cultivation and production nt
pineapples does not exempt establish
ments for canning pineapples.
"A proviso that such exemption
shnll not upplir to land In excoss of
forty ncres does not limit tho exemp
tion of personal property.
"Constitutional law; repeal of ex
emption, A general exemption from
tnxntlon for n definite, period is ro
penlablo by subsequent legislation."