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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAV, OCT. ID, lAOS.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Commandery Order
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Atl visiting members of tfaa
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend inectluc of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:50 lu I. 0. O. Y. Hall, Tort Btreet.
K. K. HENDRY, Secretary.
UEN. Y. VICKKnS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC IODQE, Ho. 2, K. OF P.
Meets overr 2d nnd 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 i. m. at K. P.
Ilatl, corner Fort nnd lleretanla 8t.
Visiting Ilrothera cordially wclcoaie
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
P. WALDRON, K. of R. & B.
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. o P.
Meets every flrt nnd third Frl-
$ flay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
- corner Fort and Iletetanla. VUltlng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
a. o. di:i:kinu, c.c,
JAS. W. WHITE. IC.R.S.
HONOLULU LODQE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgn No. GIG, D. P. 0.
B will meet In their hill on Kins
near Fort Street oory Friday even
ing, lly order of tho C. K.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. 11. McINERNY, E. R.
Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 1th Saturday
evening nt 7.30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and norutanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. I.. I'RAZEE. C.C.,
K. A. JACOUSON, K.R.9.
hon6lulu AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Bcretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to At
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., PrCBt. J
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Sleets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
PythlaB Hall. VUltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. R. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Waverley Buildintr, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
nnd Table Service at All Hours, Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT end KING Sts . Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
i done by the
with their new FRENCH
857 Biretania St. Phone 1401.
, BAMBOO FURNITURE
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY,
v Emma St. near Beretania.
ft , 1
I asf "For Sals" cards at Bulletin. '
"Now good dlgoitlon waits on
apiiclltr and health on both."
Indigestion comes from
poorly cooked food and from
poorly selected material.
There is no fear of poor
cooking where gas is burned
for fuel. This will be demon
strated in the dining room of
the Y. W. C. A., Boston Build
ing, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday mornings, when one
of our gas stoves will be
nted, until further notice.
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
We Have A Large Stock, From
$4 each up
Coyne Furniture Co.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHE?-
An Sold at Very BttMnabl Prists.
Wire Frames Had to Order.
30 KINO ST.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
;5 C CIGAR. S C.
M. A. Gunst fc Co.
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
an MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. is a
household help when new servants
Thnrlow's far a lunch or dinner.
A cat's eyo necklace has been lost.
(let our lunch nt tho Now England
llnltcry, Hotel street.
On Installments ot $3 per month you
can purchase a. White Family Rotaiy
sewing machine. Denny & Co, Ltd,
agonts, 1296 Kort St. Phono 488.
The Jury In tho case of Mary Ath
crton Richards vs. Carl On Tnl thb
afternoon brought In ft vcri'lot In f'1
vor of tho defendant On T.il was nl
,lon d $21(1 for water rcntu
Prank 11. Moore, who has successful
1 carried thb woik of the siortliiR and
waterfront departments of tho Hul
let I ii, leaves lomoriow on tho Hlthct
for his home In Presno. Mr. Mooio
goes to Fresno to lesiiine newspaper
work for n time hut Intends to attend
tho University later. Ills osltlon Is
taken liy Mr. Elder, iccently nrrlved
from l.os Angeles, where ho has been
connected with the Los Angeles
TO SING SONGS
Minstrels To Appear In
.lolly music nnd catchy songs. In
cluding the Intest hits, will form n por
tion ot tho program that the "Jolly
Tars" of tho llagshlp West Virginia
will present nt the Opera IIoiiho to
morrow evening. The "Jolly Tars"
are minstrels nnd hae made n reputa
tion on the Coast for excellent per
formances. The proceeds of tho en
tertainment go to the Associated Chai
ltles of Honolulu. The following is
Minstrel, First I'nrt:
OUTtmo "William Tell". .Orchestra
Grand Medley Overture of Melody
and Song Entire Company
Introducing the Uarktown Merry
makers, Connolly and Rnscnfeld.
"The Dusky Cavaliers," presenting
Knights of Grand Minstrelsy
tinker and Do James.
Songs of tho First Part:
"Hrothor Noah Quvo Out Checks for
"In the Harden of the West" .... Vnll
"All I Oct Is, 'Much Obliged to
"Who? Mu?" Uo Juines
-rut Mo Amongst tho Girls"... llakor
Closing Chorus hy thb Company.
Selection "Spring Chicken"
"Dutch In Action"
Montgomery nwl Vngel
Novelty Juggling D. M. Allen
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. lljdo"
Dr. .Irk) II W. II. Chaso
Dr. L.in on It. II. Smith
Eccentric V, O. liakcr
"The Taxlcnt" . . Chase and Williams
Emplro Trio Ragtlmo stcp-dancors
...'.. .. Connolly, llurko nnd Hoyt
Montgomery. Parker mid Longacio
Ilebiew Comedian L. Schulta
"Have a Card," a crazctto In ono
John, housemaster Chaso
Mai), his loyal wife Williams
James, n servant Vogol
Marks, eminent lawyer Smith
Scene We don't., know.
Time Wo don't caro.
Grand Finale, Tableaux
"What You See"
"May It He"
PRIEST ASKS THAT
1'ftthor Valentin has requested
that the chargo against Koyes. who
bus been accused of stealing n mov-iiig-plcturo
machine, bo dropped. In
tho following letter, to tho County
Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1908.
To John W. Cathcart, County Attor
ney. Dear Sir: In vlovy, of nil the cir
cumstances connected with tho caso
Of Territory v. Kcjw, I would re
quest that the caso ho dropped mid
not prosecuted nny further.
F. II. VALENTIN.
"Ilavo oii over mado nn effort to
reach tho hearts of tho people with
your speeches?" Inquired tho con
stituent. ''Tho hearts or tho pco
plo!" echoed tho joung statesman.
"Why, I hijven't yet gotten as fur ns
tho eyo of the Speaker." Wash'Ing-
A Most Biceljint Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
THE BE9T "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif . Oct. IV.
to tho Oceanic Steamship Company
icrumc their Honolulu-New Zealand
Sperry At Tokio
TOKIO, Japan, Oct 18. Admiral Sperry and tho onlcers ot his stnlt
have arrived here from Yokohama nnd
greeting. They were met on arrival
sang tho national anthem In English.
paid. Shore leave has been granted
been made for ono thousand ot them
ALPENA, Mich.. Oct. 17. Fifty
I urneij to death In the forest fires ill out hcic. The loss In timber prop
erties will run Into the millions.
THOUSANDS VIEWED OUR FLEET
YOKOHAMA, Japan, Oct. 17.
dioppeil anchor In the harbor nnd been saluted hy nn equal number ot
Jupaneso warships. Thousands of spectators from nit parts ot Jnpuu
watched the spectacle fiom tho surioundlng shores.
m i t
EXPECT BULGARIA TO YIELD
PARIS. France, Oct 17. It Is
Turkey's demands for compensation,
Ambassador here denies the stories of
TOKIO. Japan, Oet 17. General
men of the empire. Is dead Clou. Nodzu was In lonuu.ind of the forces
that captured Port Arthur.
m i m
THREE HUNDRED KILLED IN TYPHOON
AMOY, China, Oct. 17. There
m i m
MAINE AND ALABAMA NEAR HOME
NEW' YORK, N. Y.. Oct. 18. The battleship Maine, which Is ic
turnliiR from Its trip around thc wc-rbl In ndv.inii-of the Atlantic Fleet
has got Into wholes communication with the winders stations on tho
Atlantic Coast nnd announces that she will arrive at New York Tues
day. i a i im "
CLEANING UP MANILA
MANILA, P. I Oct. IS Thoio have been twelve rases of eholcin
reported during the past forty-eight bonis nnd flvj suspeets have been
placed In quuiontlne. The aveiago nunUicr ot eaes during the past few
clavs has been live ami conditions gmunlly til o Improving.
Admiral Sperry Will probably lie liifoiuied shrutly that tboie will
be no (lunger In allowing li Is men to come ashoie hem when tho Fleet
m i i m
SERVIAN GOES TO BERLIN
IIELGRADE. Sorvla. Oct. IS.
loft for llcrlin, where ho wilt present llulgai la's i use loneeiiilng the uu
i.exatlon of ll'jMil.i and Herzegovina hy Austila.
TAFT AND ROOSEVELT CONFER
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Oct. IS William II. Tnft spent todaj hero
In conference with President Roosevelt.
m i m
PEACE FOR THE BALKANS
LONDON, Kng., Oct. IS. Tho outlook for penro lu the Haitians Is
Tho mustering of troops throughout Ilulgarla ban ceased and tU-j
rrdcr calling out tho reserves has
DETROIT. Mich., Oct. 18. The conditions In the illsliirt whole the
forest tires aro raging Is Improved although there lu still dlbticsa there
nwong the refugees.
"I h.ivo heio In my desk all tho
chaiges, nflli'lavlts, etc., wnlch have
ever been filed against Urccknns, and
which liavo gone forward to Washing
ton," said Sheriff luukcu this morn
ing. "It Is tho opinion of myself, as
well us of ntlorpcyB wjio liavo rend
them, that these elmrguB nro fur moio
scrlpus (ban tlioso which havo been
mado against Cathcart."
The Sliciin was asked what connec
tion or Interest ho had In tho llreek
"I am Interested becauso of tho po
lice connection," he nnswored, "and
because It may bo nocussaiy to get
rid ot him n.i an undcslrabla member
of tho community,"
Tho Siipiemc Court this morning
handed duwn a decision on thu suit
of Solomon K.iuhnue et nl. vs. Wil
liam l.ivi this morning. The case
was a question of rentals, collected
and held by tho dofendant. Tho syl
labus of tho court covers tho deci
sion, It Is 'is follows:
Tennnc) In common; iqipoitlon
incut of lent Tho rulo that routs
from propci ty owned hy tcnunts lu
common and 4ensed to a strangor me
iiipoillnnd neeimllng to the Inter
ests of I ho uwuHrs Is not nlteicd by
Uic fact that tho lease was signed In
only one cotennnl with tho acquies
cence ot tho other.
The three Idle steamers belonging
Sonoma, Ventura, and Slcirn will
service in January.
hao received nn enthusiastic
by ton thousand children', who
Tho offlrlnl visits linvo been
the men and iirrnngcmenta hnvo
to visit Toklo each day.
to one hum red peoplu hne beiin
The American Atlantic Fleet has
believed that llulgnrl.iwllf yield to
thus iivcitjng war. The rurklsh
Nodzu, one ot the lending military
nro S00 dead as it result of Thurb-
Tho .Servian Foreign Minister has
"I havo not vet lead tho 'Sunday
Advcrttsor,' but am Informed that
Goo Wan Hoy makes u chargo that
in IS'J!) I embezzled n SOn Judgment
that I had obtained for him," said
John W. Cathcart this morning.
'This Is false. Any anna pcison
Kiicws that It I hud embezzled 9(l
In ISO!), from Coo Wan Hoy,, somn
mention would havo been mado ot It
before now. It certainly would havo
appeared In tho action that Humph
loya brought tor him.
"As to tho statements o( Colhiiin,
If thoio was any tiuth In them, Mr
Klnnoy would ccrtnlnly havo taken
some action at tho tlnje, either by
bringing tho manor before my unite
i lor, tho Attorney General, or be,foro
piade by us will always be RIGHT,
if caic and skill tan make them so.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, October 19.
SAN FRANCISCO -Airlved Oct IS:
H, S, Texan, from Snllnn Cruz.
GAVIOTA Arrived Oct. 18:
S. H. Santa Maria, heneo Oct !l
Correction S. S. Mexican lenoited lu
ours of 17th Inst., as sailed fiom
Seattle for Honolulu, should bo
Balled for San I'lanclsco, from which
port sho will sail on tho 21st Inst,
THE ENTIRE commissioned forco
of tho focal nuv j.ml went to Peuil
Harbor today with tho party of urn-
ccrs of the cruiser sqindron. In nil
then! were sevcnty-llvo otllcers of the
squadron who mado the trip. An
equal number will go tomoirow.
CAPTAIN DREW, of the bark Kith.
et, which is scheduled In sail for San
I'ranclseo tomorrow. Is ono of tho old
est skippers on tho Pacific Ocean.
Captain Diew has been n master on
the Pacific for mine than thltty )e.irs.
AT 3:15" O'CLOCK vesterday morn
ing, tho sU'nmer Mlknhnl.i, Capt. Phil
nps in command, ai rived from Man
THE STEAMER Manchuria of the
Pacific Mali line, with riom i:oi to
12(10 tons of rrelght, Is duo to nirlvo to
SHORTLY AI'TEIt'mldnlKlil. s ester-
day, Iho steamer' Nllii.iu, uiuler tho
command of Capt. Oness, leached this
THE STEAMER W. (1. Hall, from
ports mi the Island of Kuu.il, lenihed
this pint at 5 o'clock jestcrday morn
ing. THE STEAMER .Wan. fiom Nn
poopoo. leneheil harbnr at 2:13 o'clock
THE STEAMER James Maki o mailo
Its usual trip to Pearl Harbor this
I HONOLULU WEATHER f
Tenitifr.'itiMnR ('. ti fn 71. v .. ...'
7-1: 10 a. ill.. 73: noon. 7!l! innrnlnir
Ilnromnler. X n. in .Til on nlnmliitn
hiinilcllly, 8 n. in., 7.072 grains per
cubic foot; relative humldlty.'s a m,
78 per cent; dew point, S n. in.. r,7.
vviiiii 1, a. in., veloeltj 2. dlreilion
E.; 8 u. in., velocity 2, dlreilion E.;
10 U. 111.. l Inplte I ftlrof linn M 1- .
noon, velocity I. direction N. E.
iinininii, iiiinng ;i Hours ended S a
in., .ot Inch.
Tol.il wind moveuieiit iliulng 21
bonis ended nt noon, US miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Iliircau.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 17. 1008,
irom IU:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Antone de JI Pliw and wf to So).
oinnn.i Knpei,i . . . )
Territory of Hawaii to Not lie. Not be
P E It Strain h and wf to John II
P E It Strnueh mid wf to (leoiglnu
It llroadlcy I)
Entered for Record Oct. 10, 1008,
irom u a. m. to 10:30 n. m.
(! Akun.l and wf to John Santos.. I)
S P Kuoliiilii and w'f to A C P.il-
Kina Ah Chan to Kalmu (K) ct
II llaikfcld & Co Ltd to Malsun
Navigation Ci D
Kob.il.i Sug.il Co to llalaw.i Pliitn
Ltd et al gimt
Patrick Cocked and wf to Joseph
ine L Cornwoll et nl a
Dr. Damur.t, u .lapancsn vctcilua
ilan, was this morning Unci jr.O nnd
ciiFts In. the Polhe Comt on his
pli.idlng guilty to a rhaige of hav
ing failed to upon n case of gland
els, of which ho had KiiowIccIbo, to
the Teiiltoilal VeteilnailTin, as is n
qulicd by law, He Is alleged lo hnvo
been treating tho case for seveial
weeks, without making such repot I
Tills Is thn (list caso of this hind ever
hi ought here. '
tho liar Absolution. Kinney would,
lu all probability, have used this In
lll contest of two jeais ago, as ho
was thou chnlimau of tho Denim mi
le Committee. The alleged blackmail
Is r. tianapatci.t lie. Tho public will
i title o that all of tho Advcitber's
chaiges aro jcars old. If 1 had hem
guilty of them, Is It posslblo Hint
they would not hnvo beon hioiight to
light long before now?
"Tho public Knows Colbuin, Ono
Wan liny, ct al . nnd It Is now uii-
parcnt to what depths of bnseliess
Winter (1. Smith will sink to ciatlfy
hit peitonal malice and ihatied. Tho
Until of tlit'53 chaiges will have to
be established lu court."
Citlii.nl stated fiiithcr that It was
his Intention to follow' up all further
libellous blateiuents by the Adver
tise! by fi03h libel suits. Ho had not
lead tho Hunduv paper alleging that
lie lind mlippiopi luted ($00 belong
lup to Ooo Will. Hoy, hut he believ
ed It to be libellous. Tho clitusn of
bincKnmll maila this nioiiiiug hu did
d H -2 ?3 r-jf t Mt
y s 2.; 1
.1 m l a in "p m P m- Ki-s
10 II V. 1 4' t iu' ; tv' Ml .1 '"' ." '' I is
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2! '. HI I.I J In III I f t. UP "i Sn 3 11
11 m.l 11 111 I 1 .
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VI 111 If. Hu'vijii I'M '' -T -
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New moon Oct. 21 at S:2:: p. in,
Hawaiian standard tlmo is lu huuru
0 minutes slower than OrecuwIcU
time, being that of th- meridian of 107
legrees 30 minutes TLo tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 v. in .whlch Is Uie samo
as Greenwich, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon aro for ucat unio ior no
' SAIL TUESDAY '
'ilk. It. P. Itlthet, Diew, Tor S.11'1
Krnnclico, n. 111.
Twelve bundled miles wllh 11 beivy
loml, over longh loads nnd thioimh
mountainous country, without u single
mishap, Is the record or which ilcmgo
lleckley, Jr., Is Justly proud, tluirgo
look (iovernyr 1'ie.ir, Reclauritlon Ex
licrt Newell and wife Mai stun Camp
bell, ami fleorge Williams of Illlo
aiound the island of Hawaii Iwlie In
Ills big o.ovi'11 seated Sloildard-Daxmi
machine, mid the part) was novel ib
l.i.vcil for u moment by leasou of au
ncoldeiils to thu automobile.
Under Hockley's skillful manage
ment, tho big cir swung Iho (loveiu
or's pirty ulong nt 11 swltl r.ilo of
speed over all Muds of lough conn
try, mid at the end of tho dip, the ma
chine was lu lis excellent condition iih
befoiu the start, llccklcv has ictmucit
to Honolulu, hut ho will pioh.ihl) go
out with (ho Coveinoi's p.uty 011 thu
CASES AT MAEMAE
Supeillilendeut of Public Instruction
llabbllt has locelved u report fiom thn
Mnoin.ui Sihool with leg ml to tho
riodlcil Inspection that llr Pratt, tho
Hew Uoveinmeut ph.vslelan, has mndo
(licit. Thoio were 1.11 pupils exam
Inid. of which m weie refucd cerllf
Ionics of health, 10 ciim's of tr.ichom 1
wiiu found, 7 of conjimetlvllls, 1 of
tonsllitls. and 3D weio found needing
vncclniitlnn. As each day's icpnil lu
bioim'ht lu It Is, round that 111010 and
nioie Is tho need of medical Inspection
of Iho schools cEsenllul. 1
When Governor Kio.ir leturiH In
morrow. .Mr. llabbllt will linmedhitely
place nil the plans ho has madu for in-
tanging for another sihool Imlldlng at
llannpepo lu his hands. The Superin
tendent has collected cuusldoinblu
dat-i, uppr.1ls.1ls, etc., and these will
be given to tho Governor mi that ho
can attend to the matter peison.illy
when ho goes to Kauai with Mr. Now",
Tho Governor will nh.q bo usked by
Mr Ilabbltt to specify the day for
"Aibor Day" This has become a Tei
tltoilal K'liuol bnllday.
GOO CASE PUT-UP JOB
(Continued from Page 1)
II Is more than I can seo. I would
lll.e to Know how that can bo llguied
Castle was ashed about the docu
mentary cvldcncevvhlih the Advoi
liser alleged uo had lu his pushos
tli'ii. Ho aiuwcred that, us a mat
tor of fact, ho hud been iinnl-lo to
find tho papeis In tho case, but be
lieved that Call Smith must havo
them. He hail tho final locelpt given
by Cathc.ut fin $2015, this being u
iccelpt In full for Jho amount, ns
well as 11 nolo for $12r mado out to
Judge Weaver, who was at tho tlmA
emjilojed ip Castle's office. Ho did
not know vvhnl had becomo of thn
iccelpt for the real of tho amount.
'Willi regard lo tho'chanulor of
(loo Wan Hoy, mid CaMlc. "I don t
I-now anything nbout him, hut I he
llovo him to be a rascal."
This lat-.L slalemcnt In log.nd to
11k vlituous Coo is Intel cKlliig In
vlow of tho billowing statement
mndo hy the Tlher:
"Mr. Castle fiuther stated jester
day that ho Know nothing ngalnU
the ohniaclor or lepututlou of Goo
Wan Hoy during tho yeais ho lived
Bulletin Business Ofilce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It is very well to Sec a Wren, but the
ulace to tret onp it nt tin nifAPT.TR
D. WALKER'S BOAT and MACHINE
WORKS, KINO ST., opposite SOUTH.