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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. t!.. THURSDAY, OCT. 2!, 190S.
f; - s
Mrs. , DUNN'S
Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
lain & iwif
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Lei Alcha Chapter No. 3 Ini
All visiting members of thu
Onler arc coidlally Invited to
nttond meetings or local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. ;
Meets ciery Monday evening nt '
7:!0 In I. O. O. F. Hall. Tort atreat. i
U. It. HCNDlty. SucreUry.
DEN. T. VICKERS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially;
MYSTIC LODGE. No. 2, K. 0E P.
Moots avery 2d und 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p.m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Uoretanla St.
.Visiting Iliothera cordially wolcoj)
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, K. of R. & S.
0AHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Inrltod to attend.
. O. DKEIUNQ, C.C.,
JA9. W. WHITB, K.R.9.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, IJ. P. O.
R will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Streot every Friday even
lug. Uy order of the n. It.:
IIUNRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINLRNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening nt 7-30 o'clock In K of P.
Hall, cor Fort nnd Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FUAZER. CO..
E. A. JACOHSON, K.R.3.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenlnsa of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRA7.EH, 7 Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invito! to nttr.nd.
A. n. ARLKIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of II.
At All Watchdealers.
i Acent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Ets., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dose by tha
with their new FRENCH
:.&7BcTctaniaSt. , Phono 1401,
. ll .' 1
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 wait for no man.
Consider a Gas Stove from an
economical point of view and
only th: man who docs not
tare wil' continue to bum
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
iww ii uiawv MU3rtl.-y.tf3g?Tirl.i iMiiy
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheiun Attendants.
lit Door Waikiki of Central Fin Sta.
Waverley Building;, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuiiin
and Table Service t All Hour. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
Of AU Kinds And Descriptions At
BEE OUR DIIPLAY.
Emma St. near Biretania.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
240 NORTH KING ST.
LOCAL AfW GEN8AL
I If you have a Real want a B u 1
letin Want Ad. will fill it.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
(let your lunch at tbu Nw Knglan
Uakery, Hotol street.
1 You can wild messages to friend
on arriving nnd ilctailiiiK slcanieis nt
very small cost. Intci-lslaml wireless
rati-s nic low
On Installments of S3 pr month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12 DC Fort Bt Phone 4S8.
, Samuel F. Chllllngwnrth, chairman
of the Hoard of Registration, yester
day signed tho olllclal lists und they
ulll bo sent out to tlit) Inspectors.
D. II. Knbnulvllo has withdrawn his
l minion as a cutiilldntc for tho Loglsla
tine, leaving hut five Republican can
didates on tho ticket from the Third
Tho S, S. l.urllne of tho Mutson Nuv
tgatlcm Co., sailing trom San Finn
clsrn December "lh, for Honolulu ill
net, wltt receive fielght for Honolulu
Tho Alexander Young Cafu Is now
equipped with a Rpyclnl anto-dcllvcry
lor tho convenience of Its patrons.
Finest Ico cream In Honolulu dollu'rcd
promptly. Phono C!.
Some proplo linvu Ihelr oyo on tho
dollar when they would ho hotter off
for a dollar put on their ojes. If )our
eyes "bother" you, seo A. N. Sanford,
optlelnn, notion building. .
Wo huvo the very still for ypii, right
hero In our sloro. It was mado by
Steln-llloch tailors, thu ""world's mas
ters. Cnmo In and have n try-on. M.
Mclnerny, Fort nnd Merchant streets.
Mrs. C. L. Dlckurson will luwu her
millinery opening Tuesday. Wediwi"
day and Thursday of this week. Every
lady of Honolulu Is kindly Invited to
call nnd Inspect thu latest In ban mi 1
No other safo Is so popular with
tho business men of San Francisco to
day an tho Ilerrlug-Ilall-Marvlu safe.
Its imputation was mado In tho big
flro. Then. H. Davlos & Co.. Mil.,
Tho Financial Secrotary of tho Ha
waiian Engineering Association (W. L.
Eaton) can be found at the Evening
Ilulletln out' day (except Sunday)
between 12 m and 1 p. m.
Wong Moon Tong, tho Chlneso who
was arrested tho other day for alleged
fraud In connection with his ccrtlflcnto
of Hawaiian birth, hns been released
under a bond of $1000. I.co Chuck, a
prominent Chinese of this city, Is his
"Tho Hawaiian Tobacco Company"
Is tho name or tho latest firm to Mo a
petition for nitlclos of Incorporation
with tin Treasurer Of thu Territory.
uuas. h. uiacow, I'liiup I'eck, and
Harry Arntltago nro named respective
ly us president, secretary und treas
urer of tho company. There uro 5000
Miares at a par value of $20 each. Tho
ehures of tho company aio held as fol
lows: C. R. Uiacow, 3408 hharus;
Harry Armllago. 1 shnro: B. "J. Lord.
1 sharo; Philip Peck, 1 sharo; and C.
F. Clemons, 1 sbaie.
It Is stated that of tho ttonl capital
ization of $100,000, 10,000 has boen
paid in by tho assignment of a leaso
Irom tho Ilernlco P. lllshop Estate of
22S acres of land In Ninth Komi at a
yearly rental of a trifle over $2000.
Tho prlillego Is reserved of Increasing
tho capital stock to not mora than
Ill tho nsslgnmenU of tho Icnibo to
tho company t Is stipulated that not
lesB than twenty-llvo ucres of tho land
Fhall ho planted In tobacco each year
for tho first three years, so that at (ho
end of that tlmu, 75 ucros shall bo und
er cultivation. It is also ngreed that
at tho end of tho threo years, tho com
pany shall bo allowed to purchhso
twenty-llvo acres for a sum of $10Qu.
Bulletin Business Office Phon PK.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
A Host Excellent Assortment of
IV. W. Ahana Co.,
; LIMITED ('
62 S. KING ST. PHONE M5.
THE BEST "FITTERS' IN TOWN.
WASHINGTON. I). C Oft. 27. V A. IIuit of the Department nf
I.Iustldi milled Mr Honolulu today to
Tho Administration views Ibeni reilously.
i i e
ALU ANY. N. Y., Oct. 28.-
here tonight by Itrjnn
CANDIDATE KERN IN INDIANA
ELKHART, Inil., Oct. 28. John W. Ke.in, Dcniucrnllc nominee for
tho Vice Presidency, uddiesscd llvo meetings In this Slate today.
DEMOCRATS ARE CLAIMING NEW Y0RK
NEW YORK, N. Y. Oil. 2S. -Cholrmnn L'unnor of the Statu Demo
cratic Committee claims that New York Statu will decline for llrjiiii for
PiesldeiiL und Cinnelor foi (loirnor.
at,s ui tho State.
Thcio woro demonstrations In honor of Taft at the Republican meet
ing held 111 MnJIson Squuio (linden tonight, at which Tuft, Hughes, Lodge
and Straus wero thu speakers.
m i ! ) -
AM0Y READY FOR FLEET
AMOY. China, Oct. 2S. The Naval auxiliary Culwn has sallecl ft mil
here to meet the Fleet and establish wireless eonimiliitcatlon with the
shorn station here.
Thu (lovernors of Ihp Chlneip piovlnres have telegraphed their wel
come to Admiral Emory, who K In
Chinese port. 1
LONDON, Eng.. Oct, 2R. Fifty suffingeltes were ejected from tho
Parliament buildings hoio toda ufler a strtigglu with thu police. All
wero placed under arrest.
PRESIDENT STRYKER BADLY INJURED
CLINTON. N. Y., Oct. 28. Dr. M. W Stryker, president of Hamilton
College, was Injured today as thu tesult of a runaway. His condition Is
Contains articles on
Speed on Land, on the
Sea and in the Air
The Firing Line of a
The Way to Rest
The Play and the Plain People"
The Drama of the Month
This Number also Contains
PLENTY OF GOOD FICTION
For Sale at All Newsdealers
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO VOTE, GO TO THE
EFFECT OF CAMPAIGN
"The way tboy mo goln
hiiblness has euitsod mo lo mnko up
my mind that I shnll votn for Calli
cart under any and all circumstances,"
said onii of tho hiiblness men of tho
city while turning Into town thin
Investigate tha charges against I' S.
II, Hill spoke nt the meeting held
buslui; his claim mi the iiartv'u inn-
command of tho scuudrou to visit thu
WERE K'CKED OUT
$1.50 a Year
numiing. "Tho publications Unit haul
been niiido In tho morning paper ill-
in,.!; Iiiivm frtnUiifi.fi nut llial Calhcait
Int his wenst is a liiindiod per cent!
better than thoso attacking him."
Send the ubwnt cblldrcn and friends
bomo homo Jams; tho i.iiiuno win gei
them Ihoio In time for Thnifksglvlug,
Kine up 1110 and order a cftbe,
I --VsrsssPMf.'fc;.;A'- - ' -
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, October 29.
SAN FRANCISCO Arilwd Oct 2H
Schr. .Ins, ltolph, fmni llonoipii.
Fr. hk. Salute Anno, hence Oct. :t.
PORTLAND AirluM Oct. 2S:
Tin: ci.AUDlNl-:. In commaiui or
Capt. Iti Illicit, leturued flom llllo and
Muni this morning, arilvlug nt 1:15
ii. in. Shu biotight u gooiUlzed list of
passengers. Her c;iigo consisted nf
IOC inilliiad lies. 20 colds woo.l, 110
cases hone, 22 hales finpty bottles, 2
horses. 108 hogs and 145 artndry pack
ages. TUP. NIlllAtl iiiiImM from Kauai
with frelshl and pasyciigers. Punier
Hurt reports that tho steamer Noe.iti
was dlKcharglng lit Kllniteii.
Till: STKAMKR Klnatl will loa
this uflerncKin nt I o'clock fur Kauai.
Shu will t.iku a huge load of Height
with a small passenger list.
Till: P. M. S. S. A.iablu Is expected
here from Nagasaki 'lnfiiii suudovwi.
TIIF, AMKRICANIIAWAIIAN com.
pany's steamer Mexican Is duo here
liom San Francisco tbli afternoon.
LOVE LEADS LAWYER
(Continued from Pace 1)
they say, Hairlson relumed. Ho
banged on tho deoi. and, on being re
futed admittance, ho began to bleak
It down. The father or thu gill went
lo tho door, hut was told, mi Cm lie
bays, that if lie came out bo would
get n bullet pluced 111 Ills anatomy.
Paterfamilias retired In some dis
order, and as Harrison continued
continued with his work of breaking
down tho door, the entire family lied
through a back door, seeking refugo
In outhouses up.d bushes. In the
meantime; they say, HaiiUon gained
entrance to the houte, and held tho
fort. Ho hramUFlicd n hhiLkjack and
occasionally made sum of his stiateg-
Ical position by phi) lug u pocket
flashlight on the nppio.tchcs.
In tho meantime tho police had
been sent for, and two olllceis urilV
ed. They wuro Informed that ll.uil
win was armed with gun, blackjack
und seaichllght, and as they could
seo him holding possession of tho
camp, in a belligerent attitude, Hie)'
sent for an entire sauad of olllceis.
When tho icliifoKcmenls had 'iirlwd
the house , wus suriiuinded, nnd tho
o 111 Lei's waited for u chnuco to tin Mn.
tho amoiouis und hclllriiMnttorncy.
Finally Harrison tlied of standing
guard,-' and went to tho kitchen
where he sat down to eat pol and
I In cad, flashing bin ttenichllght out In
too JUKI mini unio to nine, rue ol
llceis by exercising ji'iiie, howevei,
m.iuugrty to cieep upon him, aliil he
was lirrestcd nnd taken to the stu-
Itlon. where ho Is now being held
j No ieolei- was found on II an I sou
'and tho gnu whli h he Is Known to
have hud In bis possession foinicrl),
is now 111 tha hands of tlin police,
tills being tho weapon used by
Stiauss In hU fiinous case. A inr-
tr'idgu was found In tho yanl this
luoi nlng, and the .ollco bellevo that
Hurrlson nnif.1 have hail a gun, hut
bid It liefiuc the niiiwil of the olll
i oi s.
Sheriff laiikca slalcil this morning
that ho bail nut us ud decided whal
ihaigu ho won lil place ng.ilust Hani
r.on, but that It twmld ho the most se
rious unit wl'.ih the iliciinistaiii'1'1
looks brighter through a pair
of' our scientifically adjusted
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II M S Mi J I")
First iliiarter of the moon Nov. 1.
Hawaiian standard ttmo is huui.
30 minutes slowor than Orcenwloh
time, 'being that of Upi ueildian of 15;
losreos 30 minutes TLo tlmo whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Is tho saino
as areenwlch, 0 houre 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local tlmu for ibo
Thill sday, October 20.
M. N. S. S. Lmllno. Woedini, from
Sun ruinqlsco, S a, in.
Stnir. Claiidluu, lleuiiett, fioin llllo
nnd way ports, 1.15 a. in.
Stmr. Nllhau, Ouess, fioni Kauai,
Stmr. Klunu, (Iregoiy, for Kauai, 5
Stmr. Kinaii for Kauai poits, 5 p. m.
Per .M. N. S. S. I.uillne. Wceilon,
fmni San Francisco, Oct. 29. Mrs. I.
J. Amtur linil son. F. F. Ileckcrt. A.
ISelllnger. V. K. Ilelllna, R. T. Car
bons, Chas. S. Dusky, K. Farmer nnd
wife, S. O. Fiy, Mrs. V .11 Hnru, It. O.
Ilottell, M. J. I.ludsny anil wife, F. 11.
McStockor, Miss I.. McSlocker, Miss
K. Mom no. Miss K. Moyer. Mrs. Pat
tirsou und son, Mr Slndaband, Mrs.
T.uleton, Mrs. K, Towso, Miss L. Tar
leton, V. II. Williamson, Will. Wilron,
i:, T. Wliinnt, Miss M Wright.
Per stmr. Klnait. (iiegory, for
Kiiu.il, fi p. in.. Oct. 28. Mrs. C. M.
Cooke. II. I). Wlshard. .1. F. Ilnckfeld.
Miss Makco, Miss l.ady Macfailanu,
Miss Helen Muefarhne, Miss Allco
MATSU CASE A WIND-EGG
(Continued from Page 1)
ban over been made." says the Tlfccr.
If Its sleuths look us much tlmo
getting enniplclo evidence as they do
Ii. get half-fiiets which In their Incom
pleteness cm ho construed Into
chin geti by mi v inltul. they would
have gotten a full and satisfactory ex
planation, Hiich us was made by Ma
li I no to a II ii I lot In lopoilcr IhU
When Malm was arrested, says Ma
kino, the icslnurunt keeper did not
have enough money to put mi tho Irill.
lie tbeiefoie went owr lo tho Maklnn
driigsloie. lil It Is Just opposlto on
llultd Btieet. and fiom the manager of
thai conivin, not Maklno, ho rccelvod
$ji as a loan. Tho hall was then put
up, and n row days later tho lestaiiriint
Keeper paid Muklno hick tho $50,
which was tho Incident width Town
send baw In the icstaurant. Tho books
ol tho diugstoie hear an entry showing
tho entiio transaction.
Aft,er twenty Ami years of operation
of the postal savings bank or India,
the ileposltuis number I. I'm 220 and
the deposits amount lo $40 2211.283
," H ii .'.' i i ii ,',t ;'; ;;. ;;. ;. ;,t ' , j.. .
would wmiiini. The family, bo said,
was M'iv afiiiM of ll.n i iwm, and If
no wciu leleiueil on hull, an attempt
would ho innd.5 to i lace him under a"
lionil to keoi tho pimui, It Is iiIbu
pinb.ihle that an otllci.r win l0 Bta
tinned at thu house. If llanlson gcti
out of tliokey.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175 (InmnlAl.
I THE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
awu MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
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