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BVENWQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1008,
Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Commander -Regular,
5 P. M.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All vliitlng members nf the
Order nro cordially tnIted to
nitnml imntlnir nf local lodECa
IHAHMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday overling nt
,7:30 In I. O. O. K. Hull. Fort Street.
E. n. itliNDIlY. Secretary.
y-( DUN. r. viuKt;iia, .. u.
Alt vlaltlns brothers very cordially
(MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets evory 2d and 4 th Tuesday
fn each month ut 7:30 p. in. at K. 1.
"iriit .nfn..r i-Virt nnil Itaretnnla Sts.
Kv'IsltlOR Ilmlneis cordially welcoj)
V. I, LY1.E, o. C,
V. WAI.UIION, K. of n. & s.
"OAHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meet ever? flrnt nnd third Trl-
m flay evening at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall.
corner Foi t nnd Heretanln. Witlng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0 niCEIUNG, C.C.,
JAS W. WHITE, K.U.8.
j HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodfie No. C1C, 11. 1'. O.
E., will tuwt in their hill mi King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. lly order of the E. u.:
IIBNIIY C. CASTON',
WJI. II. McINKRNY, K. It.
Win. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and Ith Saturday
evening ut 7:.".o o'clock In K. of r.
Hnll. cor. Fort uud llereluula. Visit
ing brothers coidi.illy Invited to nt-
w. i. rnAZKi:, c.c
Jjfr. Li. A. .lUIOU., IV. II. a.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of e.uh month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, cornor
lleretanla and Foit ctrccts.
Visiting Eagles nre Invited to at
tend. W. L. FnAZEE. Vv, Prest.
II. T. MOOUE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TEIBENo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mcots every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
- dlally Invited to nttrnd.
A. i. AULEIQII, Sachem.
A. E. Ml'RPUY, C. of It,
BEST HEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheurn Attendants.
1st Door Walkiki of Central Fire Stn.
Waverlcy Building Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
nnd Table Service at All Hours. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
l' J. SANTOS MANAGER
Union Street near Hotel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
3E57 Beretania St
P" Of .All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA IN I
Emma St. near Beretania.
j-gj-'Tor Sals" cards at Bulletin.
We sell you stoves
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and Kin St.
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHD?-
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
wire Ironies Mado to Order.
30 KING ST.
'FOR " rr
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 387.
House and General Painting.
BOSTON BLDG., 2ND FLOOR.
5 C CIGAR. 5 C.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EDGEWORTH and QB0ID Tobaccoa
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE ClOAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
To find a house, a bargain, a 'ser
vant, anything but trouble, use a
Thurlow's for a lunoh or dinner.
Kent franklin enrs. Stkyds. Sthls.
Emll A. l!crndt Of V. V. pimond
& Co., left this morning In thu Ala
meda for tho States.
Everything Is ready for the Alll
olanl College fair to bu held Salur
ilay. Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. tor
up to-dato repairs.
Eliza Oilman ehaiKos non-BUpport
nRiilnst (Icorgu Oilman, nnd asks thnt
him ln allowed n divorce.
Kddlo Finn nnd (Ico. Held of the
iMaincda, the popular mixologists, uio
now easliiK thirsts nt Al Thurlow's
Tin' accounts of Marshal Hendry, ap
proval hy Judge Dole, wore sent olf
In this mornings nuill to Attorney (Ion
A ineullriK or all tho llopiiimcan can
lldates who nre lo run nt largo will
take pined this uvuntne at 7:30 o'clock
W. C. Achl has boon Knmlshccd, li.
f Deckley and I,. I-. McCandless lieliiR
named as garnishees, hy Harry T.
Mills, on an old hill or 122.90.
Samuel K. Kaaliu has brought suit
for dlvoico against I.olkn Kaahu, al
leging that she has deserted him for
more than three years past'.
Owing to tho latu nrrlvnl nf many
Imported lulls and mlllluory Ktsxls,
ladles ulio lslt Sachs' In thu next few
days will find many pleasant surprises.
The cut-price sale Is sllll on nt
Mom's and Iho liarcnlns nio nttrricl
Ing many shopperH. Thu prices uio
cut down from one-third to one-half In
I.Ike, a .lapanesn womnn from Iwllcl,
nppcartd In thu 1'ollco Court today on
a charge of having taken a large sum
of money from n Chinese. The caso
The eases nf Muranaka and Yamn.
no, the Japanese who nre clurKcd with
lolallni; the now ordinance hy hulld
ItiK a tenement houso within llvo lnrn
iln'il feet of a school, eamo tip In tho
Police Court this morning, hut were, nt
Iho reipieft nf tho prosecution, con
tinued until l'rlday. Tho cases am of
groat Interest to tho residents of tho
Maklkl hccllon, as tho defense expects
to knock nut tho ordinance hy which
they have hoped to savo their quarter
Ironi tho Inroads of the Japanese
rather 1'lrlcli of the Catholic mis
sion, who went to (icrmany several
mon. lis ago for special eye treatment,
will leave Antwerp today for Honolu
lu, his o)oslght very much Improved,
Ho will lio accompanied hy Father
James nnd Ihreo now priests who will
lie cent to various stations in thu Is
lands. Two of them have bet-n in
England for uomu time. Father Jos
eph Is soon to return to Honolulu nnd
with him will roniu several bisters,
who will luko charge of tho new or
phanage In Kalihl vnlluy.
MATS0N COMPANY TO BUILD
(Continued from Pace 1)
plemented the remarks of Captain
MntEon homewhat. "I have been dis
cussing with Captain Mntson, here,"
he said, "matters in connection with
freight to bo shipped to this place
from tho Sound. In my opinion, no
favors should be shown, to large or
small. They havo been shown In the
past, hut whether the system will
continue, I don't know." He pointed
out that discrimination In rates In
Any line of business affects not only
(hose In that line of business, but
thoso In other lines of business ns
well. It would tend to eliminate the
less favoicd party as n business fac
tor In this city and In these Islands
Will Meet Cuts
"It is the intention of the Matson
Navigation Company," ho said, "to
deal with all fairly. As Captain Mat
son said. It Is our Intention to meet
any competitive rate which is ex
tended. Wo nre not desirous of
slashing rates or of doing any India
criminate cutting, which would he
suicidal. Wo nre In the business and.
propose, to remain in the business.
If, in order to icmaln in business, It
Is necessary to do It for 11 time, and
to operate oven at 11 loss for 11 time,
wo will do it.
"We want tho good will, coopera
tion, and assistance of tho shippois,
ami in return will extend good will,
cooperation, nnd assistance to tho
shippers on our part."
He asl.ed for any questions vyhlch
those presont might wish to ask.
As ever j one wns silent, ho resum
ed his talk, taking up the matter of
the Amcrlcaii-IIawallan rates.
Speaking. of, the fur-reaching ef
fects nf proposed rates, in his mind,
he said: "There Is a movement
among tho smaller people to tillie up
tho Question of luter-Stnte freight
rates on tho ocean, proposing to put
through Congress an amendment to
present laws regulating Intcr-Stalo
cnmiuerto so ns to extend the action
of tho laws to cover the Tcvrltory of
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
T1IINOVA, Ilulgaria, Oct. C. l'rlnco Ferdinand Iihh accepted the II
tie of King and has called 120,000 reservists to the colors.
SERVIANS WOULTI FIOHT AUSTRIA
l!Ef,anAt)R, Servia, Oct. C The
Austria rather than annexation. ' The Government will nppeal ' to the
Diplomatic Corps. ,
CONFERENCE WILL BE PEACEFUL
l'Aflld, France, Oct. G. A hnrinonlous llulgnrlun conference Is ns
Blued. Great Ilrllnln, France, nnd Hirala will take part.
EMPEROR JOSEPH TAKES HAND
VIKNNA, Austria, Oct. C. The Kmperor Frnncls Joseph will pio
claim the Austrian rights of succession ns regards Ilosnia and Herze
govina, and will grant them n constitution nnd representation.
WRIGHT'S PATENTS SOLD TO FRANCE
1.13 MANS, France, Oct. 0. In today's lllght Wright made n record
with one passenger of an hour and four minutes, thus fullllllug thu con
tract by which he will sell his French patents to a syndicate for 1 100,
000. l'lffy machines havo been ordered.
MORGAN AND PINKHAM
SANkKWcISCO, 'Cdllf.. Oct. C-
of Honolulu wero appointed on the Committee on Itesotullons of tho
Trans-MlsslssIppI Congress. Mr. Morgan addressed the Congress today.
WASHINGTON, U. C, Oct. C. Treasurer Sheldon of tho Ilcpubllcan
National Committee Is heie In confeicncc with President Itooscvclt, who
npprove's U19 plan to flunncu tho campaign.
FLEET DATE FOR LEAVING-
MANILA, V. I., Oct. 0. The Atlantic Fleet will leave hero on De
cember 1. Residents of this city nre piotcstlng over the decision not to
have a putillc reception ashore.
TAFT AND BRYAN WILL MEET
CHICAGO, III,, Oct. . Mr. Tart will address the Waterways Con
vention Wednesday and will meet Mr. Ilr)an nt ti liamiiiet In tho even
Hawaii. I people havo done murh to build up
"Tho proposition which tho Amor- the prosperity or the Islands, and K.1I1I
lean-Hawaiian Company recently sub they deserved support. Hut ho show
mltted to the shippers Is this; tho cx-jed that thu Mntson Company has thu
ectitlon of the carrying of freight for samo claims for support.
11 certain term; If the shipment
amounts (o $5000, with 11 ruhnlo of
2 1-2 per cent.; If It amounts to $10,
000 and is less than $20,000, n ro-
bate of fi per cent.: from $20,000 to
$.10,000, a rebate of 7 l-'J per cent.:
from $30,000 to $40,000, a lehato of
10 per cent.; and for shipments of
over $50,000, IS per cent.
"My own opinion of such an nr-
rangement Is that It Is outrageous,
to say the least, nnd pi opuses rebates
nlong those lines which have aious-d
tho American people to light nnd
struggle against trusts aud comblnn-
He prophesied that the extension
of this rebating system to tho sea
trade, would soon lining legislation to 'piled that ho dldn t think it would
etop it, legislation 'which would bo.be justified, ns the steamer would
extended to Hawaii.
Ifn lnanft wlfh n i-AfnrAnp. In tlin.tilnpu. wlili-li filfifin wniilil tint Kiwtl
" - "
fact that tho American-Hawaiian
Cllnnnnp you look at it
-Urr this way j many
a tonic and medicine has over 10 per
cent, alcohol in it plainly marked
on the' label.
Yet people take it, no matter how
strong their Prohibitionistic tendencies,
because it is a tonic.
Primo Beer yZ
class and an aid to digestion. It con
tains less than three p'er cent, alcohol.
And it is a delicious table bever
age. A glass with your meals will make
t!hem taste better and help your diges-
Why not try it?
WAR ISfijjSnBHRPiii i "iTI
Servians nio demanding war with '
n i m
J. F. Morean nnd L R. rinkhnin
CALLS ON ROOSEVELT
The Sound Service
After a fuw woiiIh, recalling that
ho has been In business heru bIiico
1SS2, Captain Matsnn answered
iiucMlona In regard to the Sound scr
J vice. Ho stated that there would bo
a foity days' service, tho boat to go
to Kahuliii, to San Francisco, and
'then return to Honolulu by way of
np statC(1 tll!lt )0 scrvirL. wmllll
,, bt,BUI nbmU 0ec iti u fur.
tllcr Btalcil tllat tbero wo,tl bu
boat (Hrect from llPro t() tho Soum),
I Moon, siiirirextiMl that 11 vessel to
tho Sound for frillt-i-arrying would
bo n good thing. Captain Mntson re-
hao to depend on bananas and
I" " '
a steamer running. The mutter of
a colii-storago steamer was brought
up also, but It developed that beer
end butter would be about the only
Imports which would Justify this.
(loo. W. Smith asked the amount
In dollars per voyago which would
Justify the running of a steamer from
here to the Sound. Captain Mntson
named $12,000, at the Inside.
"Hut," he said, "I think that In n
few 5 cars tho Hllonlan may bo put
nn that run, from hero to San Fran
cisco, nnd back by the Sound, nnd
will have both cold storage nnd good
accommodations for passengers.
Somcouo icllcctcd that this would
not help tho fruit people.
It transpired thnt pines will keep
from two to three weeks, according
to the condition In which they me
shipped, and the opinion wns advanc
ed thnt these might bo Bhlppcd to 11
proposed market in tho Northwest by
way of San Francisco, nnd still keep
good. Tho diniciilty that long de
lays might icsiilt In Sail Francisco,
however, looked like 11 big obstacle
Flat Rate Wanted
. F. I.. Wnldion said. "I want to ex
press myself In favor of a lint rale,
which shall bo the samo for every
body. These distinctions In I'uloi
c.iiiso guesswork among the shippois.
I also want to exyress nn acknowl
edgment, which I think Is thnt of the
(ommunlty, of tho uniform courtesy
which him been ieelved from tho
Matson Conipanv both heiu and In
K. I). Tenney replied that II tu the
desire of the company to extend tho
lint rate, which, he said, the only
Question') wero biought up hy Mr.
I.ovostod as In the difference lu
rates from tho Mlddlo West to Ho
nolulu by New York nnd by tho
Western pnrl(i. Tho matter wns
gone Into in a cursory way only, as
It appeared no one could glo the fig
ures, hut It wns shown that tho rail
roads made distinctions by which It
was possible to ship out hy Now
York nnd Tohuantenec mom cheaply
than out by some Western port. Cnp-
tnln Matson stated that ho had In
Accurately-fitted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
Wc fit them tliat way.
MM f If ' I III tm s
quired Into these matters, nnd that
ho had found these distinctions wero
lo be abolished on Oct. 30lh.
The New Steamer
Captain Mntson then mining tho
big pioposltlon of the now steamer.
He said, "It Is my Intention to phuu
p.ti older for 11 Btcnmer which will
carry 125 passengers, and which li
to take the place of the Hltonluii on
the San Frnncleco run."
Mr. Tenney added somo remarks:
"It Is to bo of ut least GfiOO tons, and
will be nblo to uiiiku tho dip In six
linvs, tliuugh It won't bo 11 tuiblno, 11
.lolmiiy Sopot Mild ho would build if
l.o had someone's millions." It w.l.i
further developed that tho craft would
bo about tho slzu of the l.urllno,
though sho would bo of giealer benni,
(1. W. Smith moved a vote of lhankn
to the Matson Company, anil, 11s it
was mentioned that Aloxaudor &
llahlwln nnd llrouer & Company had
helped lu this proposition, tho motion
was extended tu cover theso films. It
was passed by acclamation.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1003.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct 7:
"S. S. China, for Ilountnl.i.
SYDNF.Y -ArrUed Oct. ;
14. S. Manuka, from Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Snlle-1 Oct. 7:
U. S. S. Colorado, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlwil Oct. 7:
Sch, Alice McDonald, rroni Ahuklnl
I p. 111.. S. S. America Maru. heneo
llll.O-Salled Oct. fi:
S. S. Virginian, for San Francisco.
'1 1 n t !
)- in. ft. a m, p m a.m
J 'J I
' 'li 31 1 7. 0 HI 7 12 .". 33 fi .'.I .'. II
I i''U I ;t W 0 .VJ AM
'J 10 K. 2 111
i! n 1 .1 1 ,vi 11 us 1 r
a-111, p ut.f 1
1 JO 1-V .1 " V 40 'J 31
I im 1 r,
I ('I I 7
I 111 IC II) 10 131
t IS III 10 II ID
Full iikioii Oct. !) at 10: in a. 111.
Hawaiian standard ttmu Is lu hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
tlmo, belli k that of thi meridian of 157
legrecs 3U mlnutoB Tl.e I lino whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which la tho Buma
as Greenwich, 0 houro 0 mluutos. Sun
and moon are for local tlmo lor tho
WodnoHilay, Oct. 7.
Sliur. Klnau, (iicory, fiom Kuual,
Tuesday, October fi.
Sliur. W. (!. Hall, for Knu.it ports,
G:l.r p. in.
Stinr. Mlknluila, for Molokal aud
Maul port, ".:l'(l p. 111.
Stmr. Noeau, for Mnhukoiia, Ilouo
kaa, Kukulhuulo ami Kawalhno, -t : 1I
Wednesday, October 7.
O S, S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Frauclbco, lu 11. in.
I'er btmr. Klnau, Oiegory. fiom
Kaunl. Oct. 7. Miss 12. I). Sutherland.
Mrs. i:. C. r.well, Miss 1). McKeaKUe.
.1. Yamada nnd wlfo, NakaiiKa. Y. Itihti,
O. nlnckstnil, V.. C. Ithodes, Mrs. A. F.
Knudren ami maid. Mr. aud Mis. Y.
M. Jcuiicn, Mr. and ilrs, F. Schmidt",
Mlt H. Schmidt, F. Schmidt, Jr.. fi.
Schmidt, Mrs.-It. I.. Wilcox, Miss Lu
beiiz. Mrs. C. 1'. Hies, I. O. llojur, T.
Walls. C. Schroeder. W. Jlntsiislilta,
Foiib Kum, T. Mnfllt nnd .'la 011 deck.
I'cr O. 3. S. Alameda, Howdcll, for
San Franclrco, Oct. fi. II. A. Hern It.
W. A. Ilryan, V. W. Ilrynn, Miss I'.
Ilurnii. A. W. Chinch. C. K. Show. C.
I'. Colbiirn. llr. -I. H. D.iwsou, Mm.
Dawhon. II. S. Hojiklns, J. 1', Johnson
W. II, Klusle.i, Mis. O. 1,. Leonard,
(Ion. Oldiiifr, II. If. Perry, J. W. Frond
orKUHt, F. II. l'leicy, Master I'rendor
Kast, It, i:, l'rltchard, Mrs. W. A.
ltldcout nnd child, Miss F. Scott, Ml
K. M. Sanders Mrs. I,. II. Simon, I). F.
Thrum, K. V. Todd, Mrs. 1). U. Van
Diiio aud 2 chlldien, V. M. Van Horn,
II. 11. Williams.
For Btmr. Mlkalmln, Phillips, for
Moloknl and Maul, Oct. fi, 5 p. in. Y.
Vim Dim;, F. I,, (llh.qn, J. T. Warren,
F. W. Pease, J, 1). MeVulKh.
I'ei stmr. W (i. Hull, Thompson, for
Kainl, Oct. C, C p. in, C. A. Ilrunu, I,.
Wclncsiheimer, Miss Miller, Ilnromlki.
Till-: OCEANIC sleanishlp Alameda
ilepuitcil this mornlot: for San Fran
rLsco c.uryliiK malls, but n rather Unlit
pasfenser Hit. Ill firt, tho ureal num.
ber of iloparluiPH or sleainer Ibis
week has Hindu small crowds for thu
llilnnhui nnd Iho Alameda, which havo
lo i-oinpnto with Slbuila, nt tho end of
Iho present week.
Till: KINAU camo m Hits mmnliiR
fiom Kuual, with cargo as follows:
1123 I1.IK8 BtiB.tr, 100 liaun rice, U0
biiKH lice Iii-mi. 110 Ii.iks tnro, 17 empty
wlno casks. 1 busBy, 3 Iioseos, and nil
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It is very well to Sea a Wren, but the
place to tret one is at the flirAPT.Pf!
li). WALKER'S BOAT and MACHINE
WORKS, KING ST., opposite SOUTH.
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