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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1I WEDNESDAY. NOV. 11, 1003
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Hawaiian First Degree.
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Special.
Honolulu Commandery Reo
ular, 5 p. in.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Alohn Chapter No. 3
All tlRltlng members of tho
Order tiro cordially lutlted to
attend meetings or local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7t30 lu I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
II. it. 1I15N'DUY, Secretary.
uks. r. vickbrs, n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No.
Meets otery llrst rind third Fri
day eventug at 7:30 In K ot P. Hall,
eorucr Fort und lleretanln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
. o. di:i:uino, c.c,
JAS. v. wiuti:, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. GIG, 13. P. O.
C, will meet In their linll on King
near Fort Street otery Friday even
lly order ot the B. It.:
HI5NRY C. I5ASTON,
VM. II. McINEIlNY, E. U.
Wm. W'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
atcts every 2nd and Ith Saturday
r-venlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
Ilali, cor. Fort and Deretnnla. Visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. vr. h. ruAzi:i:. c.c.
15. A. JACOHSON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month nt
7:30 o'clock lu K. ot P. Hall, corner
Ilcretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro invited to at
'tend. fc V. L. FRAZEB, V Prest.
II. T. MOORI5, Secy.
'. HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
McctB every first nnd third Thurs
tdays of each month at Knights of
M'ythl.is Hull. Vlbltlng brothers cor
tdlally Intlted to nttrnd.
A. r AKI.T510H, Sachem.
A K. MURPHY, C. of It.
; Three TTew Models
Now in Stock
Wc will oe pleased to place one on
trial in your office or store.
Call or ring us up.
s (OFFICE SUPPLY CO.. Ltd.
931 Fort St. Tel. 143
? Jkeystone-elgin watches
' INREI?S07,T, WATfiHT.R
: At All Watchdealers.
Jos t hwartz,
f Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
C57 Brretania St. Phone 1491,
dTliA Trf WIiirIjmt nn fhp Mnrlr
TH0S. F. MoTIOHE & CO.. AQEN1S
101-105 KINO ST,
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755,
ijn.an automobile is just the thrng.
up ZOO jab or 140B and ask
if I i0T
I Bathing" ' 1
f Caps 5
All entirely new
stock and the best
we could find
among the leading
dealers on the
are feather light,
the best protection
a lady can have
against the salt
water injuring her
hair while enjoy
ing a bath at the
beach. Wc have
never found better
nnd the price will
bring them within
reach of anyone
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
Always Fresh at
I Fort and King St. i
J. I. Silva's Store,
Tills 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,
HATS AND OAFS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
Immediately following the
Presidential Election returns,
the price of Lumber advanced
materially in the States.
This advance will not af
fect Honolulu prices for a few
weeks to come. ,
Now is the time to buy lum
ber, if you contemplate build
ing:. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up, it any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 2S0, 200, 1097,
H Hotel and Fort St.
1. K. of P.JH I
LOCAL AflD GENERAL
Bulletin . Want Ads. make it
cksyVto find either work! or workers.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Ten good auto-hncks. Phone 0.
Gold hairpin liaa been lost. Seo ad
In this Issue. , ,.,,
Got your lunch at Oio New England
Bakery. Hotel street.
Property, Income and specific taieei
are due 'nd payable now.
A fine lot of Indies' belts nro for sale
nt I.. Alloy's on Niiunnu street. Prices
from 25c to 1.
Take your carriage xr automobll
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Cc tor
up to-Uate repairs.
There will probably lip a meeting of
lliu Alnsku-Yukon-PacMo Exposition
Committee on Monday.
The trial of Otzuka nnd Bhlbnta,
both charged with Illicit distilling, was
begun In the Federal Court this morn
Inc. The funcrnl of tho lato lllraift Bing
ham took place, nt Baltimore Oct. 28.
The remains wero cremated and will
be brought to Honolulu.
On Installments of it per month you
can purchaso a White Family Rotary
Sewing machine. Benny ft Co.. Ltd.,
agents. 126G Fort St. Phone 488.
C. W. Booth and wife have sold
three lotB o nthe Diamond Head road
leading to th6 beach to Mrs. Charlotte
Stcere for tho consideration of $1000.
Judge Seidell II. Kingsbury was this
morning appointed and sworn In as
United Stntcs Commissioner by Judge
Dole. A. F. Judd hns gono away on
Non-resident members' of tho B. P.
O. niks will confer a favor upon Ho
nolulu Lodge No. CIS If they will send
In their mime und address to the Sec
retary. 1. O. box 016.
Mrs. Kearns will have delicious
homemade mincemeat for thanksgiv
ing on sale at all 'the leading grocery
luiuses. Just as cheap and twice as
nice no the Import e'd article.
If a message Is Important enough to
be delivered it is of enough Import
ance to ha delivered promptly. A mes
senger from the Territorial Messenger
service, phone 3d, will do it.
It Is now gutting cold, and to be
comfortable you need a woollen sweat
er. Yco Chan & Co., King and Bethel
btreets, has Just opened up a large
ttock of these in all colors; they aro
washablo and the colors are fast.
Reis & Quum are now located at
the Young Hotel Anto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 60c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling,
uovernor rroar anu secretary Mott-
Smith nre planning to entertain His
Eminence Tang Shao-yl. Special Am
bassador to the United States, and His
Highness Prince Tsai Fu, who will
pass through hero on the Mongolia
When tho U. S. S. Charleston sailed
this inornlngj sho'Vis ehbrJLi fwenjy
six men from her complement. They
nre still nt large, but It Is 'expected
that thuy will be rounded up shortly.
Their. Identification marks and special
features aro In tho possession of Cap
tain Iiees, the commandant bf the
Captain Itees stated this morning
that If these men aro apprehended
they will bo taken enro of by the nav
al authorities. It will bo necessary to
send them on after the cruiser Charles
ton.or they may bo forwarded to the
Philippines. This Is a question that
rests entirely within tho Jurisdiction
of the naval authorities.
Wlillo tho naval authorities aro wait
ing for tho turn-up of these men, It Is
expected that tho police will (16 'Its
blmro In bringing them to where they
NOTICE TO MARINERS
SAN LUIS OBISPO BAY, Califor
nia. Notice is hereby, given that'
Ten-Foot Rocks 'Buoy, an fts 3d-claaa
spar, marking a barge load ot rocks
accidentally dumped 2C feet from
high-water mark on Whaler hland,
heretofore reported adrift, was re
placed Oct. 28.
ESTEHO BAY, CALIFORNIA No
tice Is also given that Mouse Hock
Bell Buoy, heretofore reported not
sounding, was replaced by a perfect
buoy on October .'8.
SAN FRANCISCO BAY, CALIFOR
NIA Notice Is hereby given that
Four and One-Half Futhom Gas Buoy
moored about 2700 feet easterly ot
the Pacific Mall Bteamshlp wharf,
was reported extinguished Oct. 30;
It will be relighted as soon us prac
ticable. By order ot the Lighthouse Board.
"My eyes!" exclaimed tho potato,
"but 'this Is poor soil for a garden."
"That's right," said the onion, "I
don't get nlong worth a scent, nntl
I'm losing strength 'every day." 'Tin
going to leave," said the cabbage.
"I'll never be able to get a-hcad
here." "This spot Isn't fit for n ber
rying ground," said the strawberry.
"But here comes the sun, and we'll
all have to dry up."
A Most BKCslItat AnoTknaBt 'tf
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. . vFHOSX
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TO
WABMINflTnM n. fl. inv. ..lfl
VI l .
moved yeiterday, for Vbllcltlng funds
VIENNA, Austria, Nov. 10. The
al parliamentary propaganda mixed in a street light with the Jewish stu
dents yesterday. Ono hundred were Injured. Feeling on the l'nn-Oor-man
and Czech-German separation Is running high.
TRAIN SMASHES AUTO
RED nLUFF, Calif., NoV. 10.
sion yesterday between .a locomotive-
took place on a level crossing, and the
thrown out and crushed by the locomotive.
REICHSTAG CRITICIZES KAISER
BERLIN, Germany, Nov. 10.
Reichstag yesterday. Many Labor
on the Kaiser's irtand on the labor question.
CALCUTTA, India, Nov. 10.
btrongly edltorlnlly In fnvor of a political uprising.
"(Cootinuod from Pare t
should happen that the Senate goes
Into session while Baker's appeal
Is pending before the Supremo Court,
It Is said that he could hold his sent
until n decision had been handed
There are two charges which hnvo
been brought against Baker, one ot
them by, a Japanese. It has not been
learned exactly what these charged
are as yet, but It Is said they nre In
the nature of a complaint that Bak
er, who Is at present Deputy Sheriff
for South Kona, Hawaii, collectol
money for license fet-B rrom two dif
ferent men, by whom the charges
Once Upon a Time
there was a Man of Intellect who was
extremely Absent-Minded. He would
forget his Meals to Devour a Treatise
upon the Omniscience of the Subjec
tive. Early in Life his Mind secured a
Divorce from his Body, and Demanded
as Alimony two-thirds of the Blood
Supply; and his Expanding Dome soon
Resembled a 'Pumpkin upon a bending
When he could no longer Support
it, he .was Quite Distressed, and went
to a Doctor. The Doctor said "You
are not Really a Man. Practice Calis
thenics with Lead Pencils till you work
up an Imitation Appetite, and then
Help it ;Some with a Glass of P r i m o
Now the Man was so Good that
it hurt;, he would not Allow his Chil
dren to play Authors because it was a
Car,dvGame, and put a Ban on all the
Unholy Modern Amusements because
'he, had never done Such Things when
Hq was, a Boy. When the Doctor
said "Beeii," he threw up his Hands
in Holy Horror and Passed Away.
' Moral: Some people are Too
Good others are good, too.
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ThnPnnntm.Mitnrl nf Rpflttln was re
for the political campaign.
Pnn-flerman followers of the roy
Four persons were killed In n colli
nnd nn automobile. The collision
occupnnts of the automobile wero
The Kaiser was criticized In tho
and Liberal members spoke strongly
were brought, nnd converted the
money (o his own use.
If Baker Is Convicted, a new elec
tion for Senator from that Senatorial
district Is certain. Ilaker wns elect
ed on the Home Utile ticket, mid the
uffnlr will cause n great stir In po
PT-Tor Rant" eardt
on tale al
Sea Wrens, 9100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, 5175, Complete.
HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kitin St. opposite South St.
IN FOREIQN PORT8
Wednesday. November 11.
SAN FUANCISUO-Hnlleil No. 10!
Sehr. lllrnm Ulngham, for Honolulu.
HOIIAHT Sailed Nov. 10:
Fr. MP- Thiers, for Honolulu.
Tuetday, November 10.
Saltan Crux Hailed Nov. 7:
H. H. Columbian, for San Francisco.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Nov. lu:
S. S. I.ur'iltio, 9 n. m,, liencu Nov. 3.
Ilk. It. I'. Hlthct, liencu Oct. 20.
SAN FHANCI8CO-Salled Nov. 10:
S. S. Manuchurln, 1 p. in., for Hono
lulu. NAVAL STATION IS
Captain, Corwln Itees, U. S. N., Is
benutlflng the Naval Station ard.
The roads nre being oiled In order to
keep thu dust down and tho grass and
trees nro looking bright nnd gTvcn,
Tho grounds upon which the coal
sheds stood nre being filled, with
ashes, taken from ships, nnd lu n few
dnys the place wilt look preseutnblc.
When nil the Improvements lime
been made, the navy ynrd will be one
it I ln tiinul nllrnnltt'ti utirtlu ntfittt' fix
ui lliu uiir.il tiiiliiLiiiu nj'win U4uii 1111
waterfront. In fact. It will tiniiues
tlonnbly bo one of the most beautiful
parks In Honolulu.
Ono of tho principal reahona for
keeping the roads oiled Is to prevent
the naval engineers' moms fiom get
ting the dust. The work of the engi
neering forco In tho past has been
grcntly hnmpered by the dust which
flew Into the room. The white sheets,
used for drawing purposes, were cov
ered with (lllRt.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Tuesday, November 10.
C.-A. S. S. Moana, from Colonies,
0:30 p. m.
Wednesday, isovcmiier 11.
U. S. S. Chaileslon, for Orient, 10
Stmr. Klnaii, tiregory, rrom Kauai,
t . in.
Stmr. Clntidlno, Bennett, fiom Illlo
nnd wny ports, 3:3t n. in.
Wednesday. November 11.
C.-A. S. S. Moana, Morlsby, for Van
router and Victoria. 2:31) p. m.
' U. fl. A. T. Sheridan, fiom Sun
PASSENGERS ARRIVED (
lnr utmr. CInudlno. Dennett, frniii
llllo nnd way ports. .1:30 n. in. W. C.
Chlllliiguorlh, K. Hoondnhl and wife,
!. J, Benny, Father Francis, .1. K. Ho
l:nl. Jan. Acholic, J. Klrklntid, Mrs. A.
O. Pfrrdner. V. A. Spirks, Father
TlKimna, Kiither Justin, Rev. J. 15. Ku
klpl, Ant. domes nnd wlfi, Mlis
(lumen, Aug. Omni-H, C. II. Wells, L.
I,. Schmidt, (1. (1. Scong, Miss Thorn
ton. J. I'. Colliurn. Slug Fat und 31!
Pit Klinr. Klnati. (Irocorv. frnm
Kniint. Nov. II. (I. N. Wilcox. Hon.
(I. II. Iluddy. Mrs. V. 1'. Hnnulo. Mlsn
O. Wilcox, Fullier RodrlKucx. Father
Victor, Master S. Knrridru. Uev. J, M.
l.ydRiile, (leo. it. I5wart, Jr., (J. Oni
sted, Mrs. Kclliicr. Mrs. K. 15. Mali
linn. Quoit See, l'nh On, L. AUIildge,
(1. II. llngclton, N. Kay, J. Lennox,
Clins. Daniels, Capt. Bradley, Tom
Lee. Col. Miles. Cadet Miles.
l'er It. M. S. S. Moana, from Col
onies, for Honolulu, Nov. 10. H. F.
Bartlott, Mr. and Mm. L. Sthuinacher,
A. O. lingers, Mist Allco Burns, Miss
Daisy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Steils and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. l'etcr
KIitIh nii'l clillil. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chrlsto
Costa nnd family, Mrs. T. Stott, B
Meyer, J. King.
BKCAUSM OF tho largo nmiiunt ot
freight In tho shnpa nf fertilizer and
feed stuffs which hnvo been offering,
Iho Mntson Navigation Company ,1m
brought nut Its bark St. Kallieflnu.
which hns been lying up In Oakland
creek. An soon ns tho bark Annie
Johnson, bound for llllo, nnd tho bark
Andiew Welch, destined for Honolulu,
gel nwny Thursday, tho loading of tho
St. Kathcrliiu will begin. Shu will
carry u largo cargo of fertilizer to
llllo. Tho Annlu Johnson and An
diew Welch aru loading to tho hntrhu
with hay, grain nnd fertilizer. Call,
Not ember 3.
AN ADDITION to tho mosquito fleet
wiih glteu her maiden dip laHt Sun
day miiriilng. Tho new boat Is twen-
ly-ttvn feet long, of the Kllnkcr build
vnilety and looks, fiom her fair lines,
ux If the could glvo ulliern of her class
u run for their money In any kind of
tt outlier. Sim has been christened tin;
"Tonicud." Tho Tomcoil was built
nnd Is oitiieil by Clyde Wright nnd
others connected tvllli tho U. 8.
QunitcrmaHtcr's Department. Sho will
bo given her Initial spin next Sunday,
THi: N15W OASOI.INi: schooner
Hiram Blughaiu, to be used ns a mis
sionary U'ssel In tho South Seas,
which was launched recently at San
Francisco, sailed yesterday from that
port, pio.iiiuiahly direct for Iho (111
beit Islands, although sho may stop
here en route. Sho has a party of mis
THK STRAMI511 HUnnlan. of tho
Matson Navigation lino Is belug re
palled nnd thoroughly overhauled nt
the United ICiiKlncerlng Works at San
Francisco. Her engines aro also be
ing Inspected. Sho will lecelvu a new
coat of paint bcroro resuming her rim
between (his pint and S.m Francisco.
TIII5 KINAW arrived from Kauai
ouily this morning with freight, con
slstlng of 2.1(1 bags rlco. GO Iiul-h H,.
bran, 2.1 bags (aro, 10 hags cucoaiiuls,
CO cahes honey, 21 empty wlnn oasks.
18 bundles hides. 39 bundles oranges,
8 burn-Is oranges and 75 Mindry pack
THK CI.AIHIINK unltt-,1 imn ,lr,v
nhead of her M-heduled lime. Her
fl eight conslstPd of HMD railroad ties.
iuu riiHcs cnarcoal, 22 eases corn. 27,
barrels empty bottloH. 27 Iiol'h. i m:
and colt, and SS sundry packages.
TIII5 MANCHURIA lefi Mm, ir,.
Cisco jesterday uftornoon nt 1 o'clock
for this pint. Hho has u largo con
Llgnineiit of frclcht for Iho Orient.
TIII5 AKMV Irnusnnrt Crook, nn
route fiom Nagasaki to Honolulu, will
"I in in u iiiiui .iionuay next, ccOrd
lug to advices jimt received l,v n.
depot (inaitermaster's oirtco.
AUUuuiJiNn TO ndvlces received
lalu yesterday nrtcmnon tho bark It
I'. Jtlthet arrived nt San Francisco
TIII5 I.URI.1NI5 reached San Fran
cltco i esterday, making the patmngo in
1 1.1 i
to neglect one's Eyes, but it is also
RUINOUS. Don't do it.
Ngqa- BULLETIN ADS PAY