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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1908.
j Fall Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Ini
AH visiting monitors of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7)30 In 1. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Btreot.
K. R. HENDRY. Sscrstary.
HEN. P. VICKBBB, N. Q.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
ot etch month at T:30 p. m. at K. F.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretanla 3t.
Vbltlnc Brothers cordially welcome
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, K. of R. ft S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K, of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
'day ovenlig at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fcrt and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. 818, D. P. 0.
B., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street oTery Friday even
ing. , By order ot the E. R.:
HENRY 0. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.ofP.
Meeta every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'cloclt In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. h. FRAZEE, CO.,
E, A. JACOB30N, K.R.S.
HGN6LULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WHD-
NE8DAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Tort stroets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEB, W Prest,
H. T. MOORB, 3ecy.
HAWAHAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghtu ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. B. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
- A, E. MURPHY, 0. of IK
' r isa'-i.M '. i,mmx?
' KEY8T0NE.ELGIN WATCHES
At AU Watohdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
' Cor. FORT end KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by the
T B E N 0 H L AM DRY
with their now WENCH
. dry-olaaninr pros,
M7 Beceiani it .. Phono 1401.
Because it will enable you to
have your meals on time and
there will be no more running
for the car that resembles
Time; it waits for no man.
Consider a Gas Stove from an
economical point of view and
only the man who docs not
care will continue to burn
money. You can see the good
points in a gas stove demon
strated three times a week in
the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Oraheum Attendant!.
tit Door Waikiki of Central Pin Stn.
TJLT.varl Tlnlldina, Ua11 R t.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
and Table Service 'at AU Hours. Beat
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EIOHLER, Prop.
Of All Kindt And Descriptions At
BEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretanla.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
249 NORTH KING ST,
LOCAL AflD GENERAL
If you have a Real want a B u 1
letin Want Ad. will fill it.
Thurlow'i for a lunch or dinner.
Get your lunch at the New England
Bakery, Hotel street.
A dragon ny iln, containing opal
nnd cmcrnldB, lias been lost. See nd
In this Issue.
The price of Ice linn been reduced
by W. O. Bnrnhnrt to twenty-five cents
a hundred pounds. See his nd.
J. Alfred Slagoon hns slnrtcd suit
against Mary E. I.ovv, et al for the
sum of $2000 loaned on a promissory
Havo jour typewriters and machines
repaired nt Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort nnd Merchant streets. Tclo
On Installments ot XI per month you
can purchase a Whito Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny ft Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1296 Fort St. Phon. 488.
"Al" Thurlow, proprietor of tho Rov
al Annex. Is leaving by tho Alameda
for the round frlp. He will return with
his wlfo and family to resldu In Hono
lulu, In a cottage on Yoiiiir street.
Promptly nt 11 o'clock this morning
the Japanese liner, America Mam,
pulled up nt tho Paclfl Mnll dock, lad
en with passengers nnd freight for tho
Orient nnd bringing three davB' mall
to these Islnnds from San Francisco.
The brief for tho Territory In tho
wilt of tho American Savings Co. .
A. J. Campbell. Treasurer of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, to recover $750
charged as a banking license, was
nicd In tho Supremo Court this morn
ing. One of the largo plato glass windows
In L. II. Kerr's store on Alakca street
was smashed sumo tlnio last Satur
day night, nnd n reward of 825 lins
been offered for Information leading
to the discovery of the person who
Judge Do Boll rendered an opinion
this morning in tho suit of Chas. T.
Wilder, Tax Assessor, vs. Alice Met
ralf, to recover taxes, In which ho
granted tho petition or tho plaintiff
and awarded tho sum ot S79.S0 to tho
Territory for back tnxes.
Work on tho seven-million gallon
pump for tho Wnlmnnalo section of
Kwn plantation is progressing very
rapidly. Reports received this morn
ing are to tho effect that tho building
walls of concrcto and foundations for
the engines will be complcto on tho
31st ot October.
S. Nagasawa, one of tho secretaries
of tho Japanese Consulate General,
will return to Japan today In tho
America Marti. During his residence
hero of ten years, ho made many
friends. Ho goes to Japan to bcrntno
ono of tho secretaries of tho Immigra
tion Bureau of which M, Balm, for
merly Consul General hero. U tho
chief. Ho will bo accompanied bj his
fflnntinnitA trm Pam 1
Delegate nnd his companions left to'-
day in nutomobilcs for Lahalna
where they will spealt to another
crowded meeting of Republicans be
fore boarding the Mauna Kea for Ho
nolulu nt midnight. The Prince will
return to Moloknl nnd the leper set
tlement from Honolulu somo time
Hon. S. E. ICnlamn and Republican
candidates of Mnui County will tako
tho Mlkahaln lor Moloknl tomoirow
afternoon. Tho seeds ot discontent
Which L. L. MtCandlcss dropped on
Maul aro being carefully weeded out
by1 tho Delegate and Mr. Atkinson,
nnd it will bo a great surprise to even
the Democratic leaders If Mr. Mc
Candlcss will receive more than three
hundred votes on Maul nnd Moloknl,
and perhaps Mr. McCandless himself
docs not even expect such returns.
Kahaulcllo has withdrawn nnd Judgo
J. W. Knlua Mill likely be Indicted.
Tho Judgo will fight tho case. The
Democrats will tour Molokal next
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A Most Excellent Auortmtat of
W. W. AIMa Co.,
62 S. KING ST. - PHONE 825.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 25. Tho onlclal thanks of President Roosovclt to
the Emperor for tho wclcomo given
was sent to Admiral Spcrry for presentation, was today communicated to
the Emperor. It Is expected that a reply will be sent to President Roose
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 24. Tho battleship fleet left hero today, half of
It going to Amoy nnd half to tho Philippines. Tho prcsi printed edito
rials on the traditional friendship between Japan and America.
KOREAN INSURRECTION ENDED
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 23. Tho Insurrection In Korea has been brought
to an end.
GERMANY TO ACCEPT SITUATION
ST. PETERSBURG, Germany, Oct.
many will nccept the International imangements suggested for the main
tenance of peace In the Balkans.
AMOY, China, Oct. 25. Tho damage which wns donn hero liy tho
recent typhoon has been restored nnd the arrangements made for the re
ception of tho visiting American battleships are undisturbed.
YOKOHAMA, Jnpan, Oct. 25. No desertions mining tho uillors of
the Battleship Fleet lime been reported nnd few men have missed con
nections and failed to report to their shlp3.
-(FORMOSA RAILROAD OPENED
TOKIO, Japan, .Oct. 25. The Formosa trunk rnllrnnd lias been open
ed as far as the concession, 450 miles
run to the property of tho Foinicoa
CANADIAN ELECTIONS TODAY
MONTREAL, Canada, Oct. 25. The Dominion Parliamentary elec
tions will bo held tomorrow.
Since 1890 tho Liberal party has been In power In Canadian Do
minion a flairs, during which time Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr has been Premier.
Should the Llbcrnla win In today's
time In succession. Tho contest promises to bo a very close one, how
ever. At this election, for the first time, there will be thousands ot Am-crlcnn-Canadlan
votes cast, practically nil the male Immigrants of vot
ing ago from tho United States, who crossed Into Canada prior to three
j ears ago, having qualified as voters. ,
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SHEEP KILLED IN BLIZZARD
SANTA FE, N. M., Ocf. 24. It Is reported Hint tho l.ito blizzard
has caused tho death of 200,000 sheep. Six herders are missing.
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CAPITALIST SEARLES IS DEAD
LONDON, Eng Oct. 21. J. E.
John Ennlt. Searles was n railroad man, mine nnd mill owner, with
offices 'at 27 William street, Now York.
CQNSUL MACFARLAND SUICIDES
BERLIN, Germany, Oct. 24. Silas Miicfurland, an American Con
sul, committed suictdo on a train today. Ho was n victim of melancholia.
BRYAN'S CLAIM IS HEARD
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 24. Chairman Mack of tho Democratic
National Committee, clnlms 301 electoral votes assuied for llryan.
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IN JAIL AND OUT
DENVER, Colo., Oct. 24. Societnry of Stnto O'Connor, who was
eont to Jail for contempt, has been r
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 24.
ed to the grndo ot Brigadier General, vice Rende.
ST. 'PETERSBURG EPIDEMIC CONTROLLED
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 21. The epidemic of cholera Is now
under control, 4 .... ,
Big Democratic Meeting
Mr. W. A. KINNEY,
other prominent Demosrnts
the Atlantic Fleet In Japan, which
25.-11 Is believed hero that Ger
in nil, Includlnc the branches
election it will bo for tho fourth
Searles, un American cnpltnllst, la
cleaned on liubeas corpus.
Colonel F. A. 3mlth has been advanc
26, 7.30 p.m.
Mr. L.(L. McCANDLESS, and
will address the meeting.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Monday, October 20.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ivcd Oct. 23:
S. S. China, hence Oct. 17.
VICTORIA Arrived Oct. 21:
S. S. Aoraugi, hencu Oct. 10.
EUREKA Sailed Oct. 20:
Bohr. Ethel Cane, for Honolulu.
Judgo Lindsay's Court:
Slendonca v. Markhani; motion for
Judgo Dc Bolt's Court:
Nothing set. ,
Judgo Dole's Court:
Wjnno murder trial, ronlluued.
BIO POLITICAL RALLIES!
(Continued from Pace 1)
In tho Fifth tho meeting will li
held nt Moannliia anil tho speakers will
bo candidates for Representative1 from
tho Fifths John Hughes. i:. W. Qtilnr,
uiul E. Heiirtqucs, candidates fur Sen
ator, John Wise, .1. Blcknell. D. lvnlau
iiknlanl, Jr., John Calhcart, II. M. Mil
Holl and C. J. Holt, nil County cundl-
Music will bo furnished nt both
meetings by Hawaiian fpiiuti-t c!iih:
nnd somo of tho strongest liwuueiili
of tlio campaign will bo prrsio'ituil.
Tho Democrats will this evening
concentrnto nil their effoits on u big
inlly meeting at Aula Paik. They may
liuvo no meetings t onion ow night, or,
nt least, If they hnvo meetings llioy
will probably Hint tho speakers to
tho candidates for Repiesentatlvo
from tho Fonith Dlstilct, ns tin. lost
of tho candidates need n rest before
thoy stint on their tilp nioiind the is
land next Wednesday morning.
Link McCandless this morning wvnt
to Wnlmnnalo to try to coiinlerni t the
effect of tho Republican nicotine tliorL
jesterdny. Ho Is said to have mii-t
arrangements for this meeting eohio
Tho Democrats leport that they hud
ii good meeting lit I'eurl City last Sat.
urdny night, tho audience being c I
mnted to novo exceeded six liuirirM.
A special Irnln took tho candidates
from tho city, nnd nn Ihci way tho
crowd wiib picked up nt Puiiloa, A I mi
mid Kalawao, while tho regulni train
hound for town brought people fiiin
Ilonoiilliill, i:wn and Wnlpahii.
(Continued from Pse 1)
been committed und that Wynne was
tho man who Unci done the deed. His
speech to the Jury wns shoit.
Aftor James Itccd, tho llrst witness,
culled for tho prosecution, had ex
plained his connection with the
steamer. Hosccrans nt the time tho
crime was committed, ho wns asked
it number of Questions to enlighten
the Jury us to his knowledgo of the
position of tho rooms nlonz the al
ley way In which Hiq cilino was com
mitted. Rnvvllnt then Immediately
jumped to tho main feu'turo of his
testimony, ilBklng Reed whero ho wits
on the night of September 20th,
"In Honolulu," answered Reed. Ho
then stated Hint ho was on watch
from G p. in. until 12 m. that night.
Frequently during his testimony ho
wns Interrupted by objections on the
ground Hint what ho was saying wns
hearsay, mid flnully, In tho matter ot
corpus dolectl, when Rawlins asked
need nn Important question, tho ar
gument became to strenuous that Hiq
Jury was excused until 2 o'clock this
afternoon In older that the legal
point as to tho admissibility of cer
tain ovldenco could bo threshed out
before the Judse.
Tho ovldenco In illspulo was that of
Reed's when ho wbb about to tell what
ho snw at the tlnio tho deed wns com
SJJSjr- BULLETIN AD8 PAY -jgDj
'- -i" .-jr
Sunday morning, on Boys' Playing
I Pin K, or stieuts, pair illumed spec
I tatlea. Llboral icward on return
ing samo to Queen Hotel. W. Slor
Sunday, October 23,
Stinr. Mlkahaln, Phillips, fiont .Mo
lokal mid Maul ports, 2.37 a. m.
Stinr. Nllli.ui, Ones, from Kolo.i,
2:50 u. m.
Stinr. W. O. linll, Thompson, from
N.iwlllwlll, 5 n. in.
Monday. October 20.
T K. K. S. S. America M.iru, Kilmer,
f i oin San rrmielFco.
I 8AILINQ TODAY f
Stinr. Iwaluiil, Self, for Honokaa, 5
Stmr. Noeau, Sachs, for Kllaiiea, 5
T. K. K. S. S. Aincilca .Muni, for o-
knliama, C p. in.
' Stmr. Milium Kea, Freeman, for Ililo
and way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. W. 11. Hull, Thompson, rnr
Knitnl pints, 5 p. m.
Stmr Mllcahnl.1, I'lillllpt, for Molo
kal and Maul porta, 5 p. in.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for Sail
Francisco, 10 a. m.
SI. N. H. S. Ltirllne. Weeden. front"
Stinr. Kluait. Gicgnry. fiom Maka-
vvcll, it. in.
Per T .K, K. S. 8. America Muni,
Fllnier, from San Francisco, Oct. 2(1.--Koi-
Yokohama: J. II. Allhon, Philip
do AiircIIb, Mrs. David Illxler, 1). II.
Blake, Mis. 1). II. Illnko and nniali,
Mlis D. Illako, .Master Henry Illakc,
Mlbs F. M. Eclthart, E. W. HevvMin.
Mrs. E. W. Ilewson, S. Kuto. Prof. Y.
Kim, K. Kubola. Prof. N. Kiniiimoto,
Mrs E. C Nichols, Piof O. Suto, K.
Ucbldn. For Kobe: F. I Itlake. I'm1
Nagasaki: II. Ollcrdcsspu. Mrs. If.
OllerilcuKcn, Miss Agnes Olleidesscu.
Master Cecil Ollei (lessen, Master Ki pit
Ollcrdecsen. For Manila: Otto P.
Ankerton. Mrs. Josephine SI. Delhi,
Edwin L. Drlggs, Mrs. Edwin L.
Drlggs. Dr. Harvey (1, Kbert, Sirs.
Harvoy G. Ebert, Sllss Mai Ion Ebert,
SInter l.awreiico Ebert, Oscir L. Em
orlck. II. K. Hoacock, Philip William
llnnllc, John J. Hardy. Mlbs (. L. Jef
frey. John C. SlaeSIuhou, Chas. II.
SIcekor, .Muster Alton Sleeker, Steph
en OToolo, E. O. Parker. E. A. leil.
Ins, C. W. Phillips. Mrs. A. P. PieBton,
.Muster Richard Preston Thonins E,
Reeves. Sllss Sylvia SI. Siegfried, Mis.
Nclllo 13. Shank. For Hongkong- An
dre Rnyaort. Howard D, Blower, J. 1!.
Dougherty, A. O. Eaines, A. 11. Gllnn,
Sirs. A. II, 011)3011, Hubert S Hnnlgs
beig, J. O. Hutchinson, John Jackson,
Paul LcsBclleis, Fiederlck Nowell,
Sirs. 11. II. PonjI. II. Poirltt, .1. C. Pot.
linger, John C. Rlniiiier. Mis. IT.
Steele. Sllss .Mary Swift, Sllss C. To Id,
Miss A. II. Word.
Per stinr. W. O. Hall, fiom Kniiil,
Oct. 23, SI. Wnggonur, Tom O'Brien,
Sid. Spll7er. Rev. Sir. Sciuldcr, (leu.
Sluudon, Chas. Slndlth, C. Ilcrtoltii.iiin.
C. W. Lucas, C. W. Lucas, Jr.; ('. II.
Jennings, Geo. Klurgel, J. J. Page, Ah
Chew, mid 23 deck.
Per Blmr. Sllknhnla. riom Slolnkiil
and Slnul ports, Oct. 23. F. Stack, A.
E. do Uivelaco, Il Hoolapa, J. I".
Blown, H. It, Hitchcock, SIis. J. P.
Brown, K. II, Van Wagner, Rov. V V,
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Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $17.1 nnmtUxtn
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King St. opposite South St.
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