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RVKNtN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, NOV. 2. 1908.
Oceanic Second Degree,
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Aloha Temple Special.
I Manicure m
All rlaltlnn members ot the
Order are cordially invited to
attend nice tin as ot looal lodsu
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening (it
7:30 In I, 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. n. HENDRT. Stereury.
1)H. F. VICKHR8, N. O.
All vliltluE brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No.' 2, K. OF P.
Meets exery Id and 4th Tuesday
ot tach month ut 7:30 p. in. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Rretula 8tl.
Visiting Urothers cordially wsleo-nt
W. L. I.YLK, C. C,
P. WALDRON, K. ot R. & 8.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meats avrry 8 rut And third Fri
day svanlng at 7:30 In K, ot I. Hall,
corner Pert and lleretanta. Visiting
brothors cordially Invited to attend.
. o. unniiiNO, c.c,
JA3. V.'. WHITK, K.R.3.
All ot the appli
ances necessary to
enable ono to keep
one's nails In pro
per condition. We
havo Nail Files,
Nnll Powders, Or
nnpc Wood Sticks,
nnd tho prepara
tions used by Man
polishers. Como In
nnd look t li o m
over without feel
ing that wo ex
pect ou to buy.
& Co., Ltd.
A HOTEL and FORT A
HONOLULU LODOE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LodKo No. C1C, B. P. 0.
P.., will meet In their hall on King
near Tort Street every frlday even
In?. Uy order ot the E. II.:
HENRY C. DASTON.
WJI. H. McINCRNY, 13. R.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets ovcry 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7; SO o'clock In K. ot P.
Ball, cor. Fort and Derstanla. Visit
Inc brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. TOAZB&l, CO.,
H. A. JACOU30N, K.R 3.
HONOLULU AEHIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY eventnss ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. nail, corner
Ueretanla and Tort etreoti.
VIMtlng Eacles are Invited to at
tend. W. I,. FRAZRE, W., Prest.
U. T. MOORE. Beoy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moote every flrit nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knight ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to atttnd,
A. B. ARLBIQH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot H.
j ' i v9irrzwm
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
If yon have a Heal want a B u 1
letin Want Ad. will fill it.
ThurioVt for a lunch or dinner.
J. A. Oilman nnd family returned
by tho Siberia today.
Get your lunch at the New Rutland
Oakery, Hotel street.
Mr. nierbach of the Chamber Drue
Company, returned today with his fam
ily. A Patrla Grand Dall at Lusltana
hall October 31, 1808, Is postponed to
November 14, 1908.
Hclla Reckley was this morning
granted a dlvorco from Leandcr Reck
Icy on the grounds of cruelty.
Governor Freer and Secretnry Molt
Smith this morning paid n return call
on .!. F. Hnckfcld, tho Acting German
Fourteen tcrs wero registered this
morning by tho Hoard of Registration",
which has been sitting In tho Execu
Send the nbscnt children and friends
some home Jams; tho I.urllne will get
them there In tlmo for Thanksgiving.
Ring up 1110 nnd order a case.
On installments of tl par month yev
otn purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Bemy A C.. Ltd.,
KdU, 12M Fort St. Phono 411.
Mrs. Kearns will havo delicious
homemade mincemeat for thanksglv
lug on sale at all the leading grocery
notices. Just as cheap and twice as
nice as the Imported article.
Rett A Qulnn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short rant 60e and $1.00 By
the honr $0.00 Special rate for
hopping and calling.
word was recencn today tnai B. rw.
Hull, manegcr of Oahu plnntatton, has
undergone n serious operation at
Chrlstliinln. He Is making rapid re
cocry and will return to tho Islands
tho latter part of this month.
The Republican voters of the Fourth
Precinct, Fourth District, are request
ed to meet at the Bungalow, Capitol
Grounds, this Monday evening at 7
o'clock, to take part In the torchlight
MRS. SAM PARKER'S
Services At Residence
On Emma Street
At 3 p. m.
MING THEIR CLAIMS
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Nov. 1. Mr. Taft will end his cnmtmlEti In
Ohio Monday, and Mr. llrynn will speak In Kansas, getting homo in
tlmo to vote.
Chairman Connor of the Democratic Committee claims that Uryan
Will have a plurality In New Ydrk of 40,000, and thnt Chnnler will carry
the State for Governor by 100,000.
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FROM' REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC CAMPS
NEW YORK N.'Y., Oct. 31. The Republicans claim 32fi clcrlor.il
votes nnd the Democrnts 333, Including tho Solid South, lloth claim
New York, Ohio, Indiana, Kansas, Connecticut, Now Jersey, tho Dnkoti's,
Oregon, Rhode Island, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Idaho, and
SAILORS ASHORE AT AHOY
AMOY, China, Nov. 1. Three thousand sailors wero nshoic today.
The luncheon grven by tho Chlncio officials was restricted to tho in
ception grounds' In fear of cliolci'.i. Admiral Sail of tho CIiIucbo navy
entertained Admiral Emory. ,
WESTERN BUSINESS MEN ENJOY THEMSELVES
KODE, Japan, Nov. 1. Tho San Francisco business men who nro
hero ng guest's of tho Japanese Clttimbors of Commerce nro enthusiastic
over their reception. They havo been touring the Inland Sea.
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ANTIJAPANESE BOYCOTT CONTINUES
HONG-KONG, China, Nov. 1. Twenty-six shopH Imvo been looted
nnd one hundred' arrests mndo as n result of tho nntl-Jnpaneso boycott,
the rioters favoring; Its continuance.
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TAFT IS SURE OF NEW YORK
ROCHESTER, N. Y Oct. 31. Mr. Tnft estimates that ho will carry1
the State of New York by 100,000 majority. Ho thlrika the city will no
Democratic by not more than 70,000.
, WITHDRAW TROOPS FROM KOREA '
SEOUL,' Korea, Nov. 1. Tho thirteenth division of Japanese troon
Is returning;" home. This Indicates the end of tho Korean revolt.
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RECEPTION TO ADMIRAL EMORY
AMOY, China, Oct. 31. Adnilrnl Emory gnvo u reception today on
board the flagship Louisiana to tho Chinese odlclnls.
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GERMAN FOREIGN SECRETARY RESIGNS
RERUN, Germany, Nov. 1. It Is reported that Foreign Secretory
Von Schocn has tendered his resignation.
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SPAIN'S QUEEN EXPECTS HEIR
MADRID, Spain, Oct. 31. Queen Victoria expects nn heir.
: ,. J .
j IN FOREIGN PORTS I j ARRIVED j
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islandi,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
237 Brrttania St. Phone 1481,
J. I. Silya's Store.
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeie.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now on the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF .
These will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT' AND SHOES,
iiATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 735.
The Best In Town.
in an automobile is just the thhiR.
Call up 200 3S8-or 1458 and ask
WING CH0NG CO
THE 8TRAMER8 Mnuna Kea nnd
Manna Ioa of tho Intcrlsland fleet
will leave at rioon tomorrow for their
respectlvo ports, tho former for llllo
nnd tho latter for tho Konas.
Tho Young Ilantwnls v. Ill bo Includ
ed In the now league which Is being
organized among the small boys of
Honolulu. Tho followln glads com
prlso their nlno: John Rodriguez, Ru
lino Martlon; Joo Cacclro, Joo Vcncs,
John Domes, Alfred Souzcn, Ah In,
Peter nnd Joe Arrudn.
looks brighter through a pair
of our scientifically adjusted
Monday. November 2.
I I'ORT TOWNHKNI) Airltcd Ort 30.
( It'Ktno. M, U. Wluki'lman, from Ma-
'MAHUKONA Sailed Oct. 28:
I Bohr. II. tl. Wrli-hl fnr Snil I.V.m.
MONTERKY Suited Oct. 31:
H. 8. RosucrntiH, with bargo Monte
rey, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlcd Nov. 1!:
Fr. cruiser Mutlnat. honci- Oct. 25.
SAN DIIXIO Arrived Oct. 31:
U. S. N. T. Solucc.
SKATTI.i: Sailed Nov. 2:
S. 8. Toxnn, for San Francisco.
' Tcr M. N. S. S l.u ''re, for S.ui
Vrnnclsco, Nov. 3. M.sa Mnry 1).
Clark, K, J. l.onl and "lie, P. i:
Tluuiipson, MIh 0rtni'!u McCnnn
Jlrn. C. II. Collins, Mrs. T. II. Uphnu,
Mlsa O. Mnlsoley, Mis', T. II. I'ctcr
win, Mrs. T. 8. Kiiy. .Mri. . I.. Itnlnin'
Mra. l)(Rld, MIhs Dodil V loild, Jlls.
do l.artlgue, Mlrs I'erlh.t I'ninp, itU
K. D. Sutherland, Mr. an I .Mrs. I II
Nonell, Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, MrB.
Stmr. Mnuna Kim, Fieemnii. Tor Hit
wall, Nov. 3. 12 noun. Allliur 1'ull
hard, V. R. Castle, A. P Jiuld, Miss
Mill, I). II. Austin, R. R. Itcliiriitil. K.
Langer. Mrs. Harriot K. Hnp.il. i.MIsh
Ivy Rlchardsim, W It. Van, P. II. Ken
nedy, W. Jameson and wlfo. M. P.
l'l-osscr, W. A. Kinney, Mrs. P II, Mr
Blocker. Mr. Donknnltz, Ilydo Hnillli,
1. Oollnsky, M. Ross nnd wife. It J.
Iluchly, Mrs. l'cnhnllow nnd 2 dill
ilrcn. Per stmr. Mnuna l.ua. Slmerson. for
Kona, Nov. a, 190S. 12 noon. It. C.
Senrle. Mrs. S. Kaniiino.inn, AlrK. Ka
wallma. (1. (I. Kinney. 13. W.Yjutttm (.'.
W. Ashfnrd. Jlrn. K, Nannan, O. I), licit
nnd wife, Mrs. .1. 1), Paris, Judge Stan
ley nnd wiru. Misses Alii. J. A. Ma
goon and wife. Mrs. II. Weight.
Per. P. SI. H. S. Siberia, for the Or
ient, Nov. 2, r, p. m. Chester Dovle.
Chalmers A. (Irnlinm, Ruv. K. 'w.
Thnlng, lfo nnd child. Mrs. Cnrnuvll,
I. Pattlnger. 1'. I). AngellK.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, for
Kauai, Nov. 3, S p. in. It, W. Stimsser.
R. A. Kearns. A, Laruich. Mm. i:. C.
Wagner. A .P. Knudsen.
Per stmr. Mlkiilinln, Tiillelt, for Mo
lukal, Nnv. 3. fi p, m. j. Jai-ksoii. O.
Scliiiman and friend.
Miiiiilui. NmcniliiT I
P. M. S. S. Slberli, DlMiii, fium S.m
I'liinclscu, 9 n. hi.
'j DEPARTED ,
llkl. Irmgnrd, Christiansen, for Han
Francisco, 1" n. in.
t SAILING TODAY ,
P. M. S. S. Slbcila, DKiui. for o-
hiihnniii, p. m-
1 8AILINQ TOMORROW
'' Hliur. Mniinn Kea, l-'u-eni in. fur
llllo, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mniiin I.oa. Pliiicrsuii, for
Knua, 12 noun.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, fioni
Knual, r p. in
SI nir. Mlknliala, Tiillctt, for Molo
kal, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Maul, Hiulin, for M.iliiikiin i.
I p. in.
Stmr. Iwal.iul, Self, for Hoiuikiin, 3
Stmr. Noeait, Pcdcrson, for Ainhol.i,
Tr p, in.
A.N. Sanf ord,
Bulletin BniineM Office Phone 266.
Bulletin Editoritl Room Phone 185. OPTICIAN . . . BOSTON BLDQ.
Till: IWAI.ANI, whlih lias been
running on tho Molokul rouio. sails at
C o'clock tomorrow nfii-rnnm. r,- n..-
Johnson's Dyes are really
dyes that color the grain of
the wood ,not merely staining
the wood surface, as so many
cheap stains do,
It is easily applied to old or
new woods with a varnish
brush. Old stain is removed
with JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
Any shade of color and, any
finish desired may be obtain
ed. And the color STAYS.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
(Tho funeral services of tho '.tito
Mrs. Samuel Parker will bo conduct
ed by tho Rev. II. II. Parker on Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from
tho fenma street residence. Arrange
ments for pall-bearers havo btm
made, but their names cannot be
given out nt present.
The family ot the deceased and
friends nro In constant attendance at
tho Emma street residence. Flow
era arc coming In from numcroin
friends evidencing their sympathy
for tho deceased.
MrB,' Parker was a member of tl:u
Knahumanu Society. She was in
strumental In bringing the society to
Its present flourishing condition, I'.iil
was a liberal giver for tho boned c nf
the needy. She was born in Lahal
na, Maul, August 22, 1858. Her par
ents wero John Malplneplno and'
Mary Knlalklni. In tho early part
of the TO's bho traveled In Kurope.
She married tho lato Janietf Camp'
bell nnd had seven children, four of
whom are surviving, They are Abi
gail, tho Princess Kawananafloa, Al
ico (now Mrs. Walter Macfarlane),
Muriel, and Beatrice.
Mrs, Parker often visited and of
fered assistance to tho poor Hawaii-
nns, many ot whom nro today mourn
ing over the death ot their friend.
Col. Parker stated today that all
friends aro welcomo to the servtcoo
to bo field on Wednesday afternoon.
The names of tho pnll-bearcra. to
gether with tho arrangements', will
bo given nut some tlmo tomorrow.
It Is said that Mrs. Parkor left a
very large prlvato estate Independ
ent of tho Campbell cstnte. Among
tho heirs to this estate will be the
Princess Kaplolanl, eldest daughter
ot Prlnco nnd Princess Knwana'na
kqii, who was adopted several months
ago by Mrs. Parker.
Auto for Hire
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealeis in Furniture Mattresses, 1
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and i MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc time by telephone any one of these
Order. . .J 'numbers: 280, 200, 1087. .
Hii11if Tttiafnjua AM VhAn. OKA
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
there was a Man who
Meant Well and Tried
Hard. He had a Large Family and a
Small Income, and his Wife had a very
Expensive Disease called Social Aspira
tions. His Firm wanted to Promote him,
but his Glum Visage had a Depressing
Effect upon Customers, and they
couldn't Afford to do it. He was
Soggy and Heavy-Eyed after lunch,
and the Funeral Advertisement be
neath his Bonnet gave People the
A Most Ixotllrat AMortawt f
W- W. Aliana Co.,
ee s. mra st : woM(jb.
THE BEST "FITTIM" 01 TOTfH.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
Doctor said, " Incipient
Ten Dollars." The Man
said, " What's the Use?"
The Firm said nothing; they sent
him , a Christmas Present. It was a
Case K)f bottled P r i m o Bwe e r, marked
"A Glass with Meals."
Next month he got his Promotion.
Moral: If your Internal Anatomy
is Disturbed, try a Glass of P r i m o
Beer with your Meals. '
Per H. S. Slbirla, fimu San l-'innrls-
co. Nov 2. I'm- Honolulu: I" (' Alb
rrlon, Mrs. I-' t Alherton, Mlis .lar
Joiy Athcrton, C. It. Awirdani. I.. Aid-
ildKu. Mrn. 1,. Aldrldgo. MIH Paltl
Aldllilgc, Otto A. IllL-rb-u-h, Mrs. Olio
A. lllerlMCli ami daughter, U. A.
Rum li, W. N. IklllngiT, Mrs. i:. Hells
and Infant, Mrs. .las. A. Cooper, .MIh-i
IMIIh M. Cooler. 'Mrs. 11. Ileenis. Mis.
.1. A. lllliuaii, Miss C.irdull.i tlllniau.
Miss Mni'jorlo (lllin.m. P. V. (lotllnsky,
MIks M. i:. (Iraham. J. A. (llluinn. Win.
It. Harr N. It. Ilarils. .1. W. Il.uvey.
.Mis J. W. Harvey. It. (!. IIciuIoikoii.
C. II. Hitchcock, Mrs. C. II Illlrliiock,
Miss Mnrtlm II. Hltrhruck. Miss A. I.
Illlchrock, !'. K. Howard, Christian
llnsar, dipt. (lust. Holmes. P. C.
Jones, Mrs P. ( Jones, Mrs. J. 1.
Ken lean, J. 8. MeAtiaiiy. .Mrs. J. 8.
Mi'Auniiy. Capt. C Madeson, Mis. K.
A. Mcllryde, Mm. II. II. Pi-nhallow nuil
lwi rhlldien, It. A, IVrry. Mis. It. A.
Pi'iry. Mre C Pooler, Moigau llosii,
Mrs. Morgan Ross. ('. A. Snlir. Sli'plicu
M. Smith. It. W. StiicsKcr. O. ('. Ruiiln,
Mra. O. C. Hualn. T. O. Scliei stein.
MlH. T (' Sclu-rstelll. Roheit Scliei
Heln. Win. Stahl, Mr. Slg. Topllti', C.
C. Von Huiniii, Mrs. C. C. Von llaiuiii,
J. Wntl, Mrs. J. Watt. I-' .It. Wcitli-mm-ller.
Miss IJ. Werlhiuueller. I.. A.
Sawalls. Kor Yokohama: Alfird Ah-
Temperulurcs C n. in., fi"; 3 n. m..
77; in n. in., 7H; noon, 77; morning
Ilarometer, S a in., ,30.(13; iibsolulo
hiiiiildlly. S ii in , .",.778 grains per
cubic foot; Telallvo humidity. S a. in..
ax per cent; drw point, s n. m.. 2.
Wind fi a. in.. Mdorlty 3. dlroctluu
K.; 8 n. m. Mlrclty 1, illri-etlou i:.;
10 n. in., velocity 3, dlicrilon 8. W.:
noon. M'locllv 8, dlrertlmi S.
Hnlnr.-ill duilng SI hour-i ciule-l 8 n.
m.. .on Inch.
Total wind inowim nl diuliiir -I
bourn ciiil-il nt noon, i:io mlh-H
WU. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Woatbor Rureaii.
B30ST THINGS ALONG
(Continued from Face I)
Is thnt you must Imvo u tlioroiiKhl
silcntlllc study of thu Islnmls im.do.
You must Imvo a topographic in: ,
made by the Federal (lo eminent,
whleh will show the cxuit KeoKi-Jp:i-luil
lay of the land.
".Vow im iniiniit ilow'lup a tijiil
lory by kIvIiik men pleu-a of l-uid
which nro (no. valiiublo or too hi);.
In either rnsu the man who taken it
uf Is ton lll.cly to sit b.u-k and try !
toll l(. l.'.vperk'nci! has demonsti til
ed that the man who tnl.es up l.iu 1
must duwitu his whnlo nttentloii to
It, or tho hoiiK-ste.idiiii;' plan Is a
"Whon we throw upon land to het
tlera, wn rIvo them piiictleally nolh
I ni;. To I hi sine, mo kIo them l.ui I.
but tho land Is praitlcnlly woitlilei-s
without his wmk; wn hiniply kImi
ihem thu up i,i tunlty.
"To tn!:e up leclaiuutlon woil:, I
Ijl!Ioo llrst that jou slTould h,ie
(iiiefully piepnied toptiKMpl.'i'nl
u..'.pj; net. n hihenio of T.rofnl
l-'uns resau'iiiR tho cniiylu,; mi of
the wmk. Then you need Indivtrliil
ments wliu X'lll study inaiKet eon II
Iiiiiii. I.iu', hut not least, you need
the land .iR.ut. Tho land :i;;.'i'.' Is
ulten u lu-.lsu.iu', bill he Is alwavr. nn
optimist, ami ho nlwnH Iim-j.iIh
"With ill' ot these Jim rnnpul fill
to Ret tho il.iss of people who will
develop the tinoiuiplcd laiidh on
Willi licllliii; .', to 1 on iliu main
land In fiior of Taft ilm Iti-piililli-an
ljiamiKers bine no ft-.u- ul Hie iitiiIi
of tho elccllun In Hnwail innioiiiiw
and soiuo of the blinndist IIkiih-is In
the I'm ty flKiire urn! owiwlii'lnilni;
lcltiry for the Mtrnlwlit ilrlol
Canilldali's nie to meot nt tho cor
ner of Hotel nnd KUh'ii-dn stneis m
Join 111 tho paiade Ml will in ireli
on fort Incluilini' Pilne Kuhlo.
Mounli'd men will also iui"i al Hotel
and RlLharils. ,
.. "lu.' : ' i j
Sea Wrens, $XOO
8-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyclc
Motor, $175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St,
.- r Ai'ih.1 .-fc!E. -i-. uu JJa..v(-)
jJtalMiu. ,A.Muuvteja,-i...j -.sui,
"a-mtA AUuifc,,. '"'