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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. Ht.iFRIDAY, NOV.-13, 1008.
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Hawaiian First Degree.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special.
Honolulu Commandery Ren
ular, S p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3 -Regular.
All (siting members of the
Order nro omllally Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots every Monday cvcnlns nt
:30 iu I..O. O. I'. Hall, Fort Street.
13. K. HENDRY. Secrotary.
11 hen. r. vickers, n. a.
All visiting hi others very cordlatly
r0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K, o P.
Meets overy first nnd third Frl-
t- day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
f corner Fort and llcri-tanla. Visiting
& brother cordially Invited to attend.
f . 0. DEERINQ, C.C.,
' JAS. V. WHITE, K.K.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, II. 1 O.
.B,, will meet lu their hull on King
near Fort Street every Friday evening-,
lly order ot tlio E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. MclNERNY. E. It.
Vfm. M'KHILEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Jlcots every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evenlDB nt 7.30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Tort and llerctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially tuited to at
tend. w. i,. frazee, c.c,
C. A. JACOI1SON, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. 0. E.
Sheets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NKSUAY evenings of each nionth at
7;30 o'clock In K. ot I". Hall, corner
Deretanla nnd l'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to nt-
w. l. frazee, w., rrcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
.HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
! days of each month nt Knights ot
i Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor-
dlally Invited to attend.
( A. I. ARt.EIGH, Sachem.
A. K. MURPHY, C. of It.
k Three Now Models
How in Stock
r wc wui oe pieassu to place one on
rlnnl in your office or store.
'. Call or ring us up,
Office supply co Ltd.
1931 Fort St. Tel. 143
At All Watchdcalen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
-4 dryclwiine process.
M7 Brretania St. Phone 1401.
The Best Whiskey on the Marlc.t.
TH0S. F. McXIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
6," 101-101 iflNG ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in an nutomobile is just the thrnc
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHNl
rj-DULLCTIN ADS PAY -J
I Bathing I
W fane W
An entirely new 1
stock and the best B
An entirely new
stock and the best
we could find
among the leading
dealers on the
mainland. ' Theso
arc feather light,
the best protection
a lady can have
against the salt
water injuring her
hair while enjoy,
ing n bath at the
beach. We have
never found better
and the price will
bring them within
rcich of anyone
& Co., Ltd.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva'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,
BOOT5 AND SHOES,
HATS 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.
Immediately following the
Presidential Election returns',
the price of Lumber advanced
materially in the States.
This advance will not af
feet 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
MANUEt EEIS, Call np at any
time by telephone any one ot these
numbers; 200, 200, 1097. ..
H Hotel and Fort St. H
Bulletin Want Ads. make it
easy Jo find either work or workers.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Ten good auto-hack. Phono 6.
No fancy prices at tho Now England
Ilakery, Hotel 8t.
Oct your lunch at the Now England
Ilakery, Hotel street.
Property, Income and specific taxes
re due and payablt now.
Deputy U. 8. Attorney nawllns loft
for Kauat last night. Ho will return
Tako your cnrrlago or nutomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., for
All kinds of beer, wines nnd mixed
drinks nro serted In tho best manner
it tho Fashion. Just gltc us a try.
Kerrs :iavo opened nnd lute now
on display tno largest, ucsi, aim
cheapest stock of clothing In Hono
I.oulsn Rclnecke has commenced
suit for divorce against Albert Rein
ccko on tho grounds of non-support
,n application for tenders in ro
steamship, freight, nnd passenger de
pot on Alnkca street wharf Is bclns
adtertlscd In this Issue.
Leslie Srcott. clerk In tho Supremo
Court, will leave on tho Mongolia for
a vacation ot several months on tho
Coast. Whilo away his place will be
tilled by John Marcalllno.
Our Star nnd Wilson tiros. Shirts
nro selected for their hnnusomo pat
terns rind colors. See them In our
windows tho finest shirts made to
day. Sllva's Toggery, King street,
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Miss Lucy Uoyd this morntng re
ceived the snd news that her sister
Edna Is very 111 in San Francisco. Miss
Edna Lloyd is well known in Honolulu
for her bright, vivacious, good-nature,
nnd nil her friends hope for her speedy
recovery. On election day It was .re
ported (hat sho was not expected to
BOARD TO LOCATE
(Continued from Pace 1)
the new garrison will not bo allowed
to Interfere with tho construction ot
permanent quarters, advices from
Washington glvo positive assurance.
It Is evidently the Intention ot thp
War Department to get the troops
here as soon ns possible, howevqr,
and for that reason temporary quar
ters will be erected for their shelter
until such time as structures of a
more satisfactory and permanent
character can be put up.
The following Washington dis
patch throws considerable light on
the present status ot affairs:
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 3. A
board of officers tq consist of Colonel
Walter Schuyler, Fifth Cavalry; Ma
jor Samuel W. Dunning, Twentieth
Infantry; Major Fred. W. Foster,
Fifth Cavalry; Captain Charles C.
Walcutt, Jr., Fifth" Cavalry; Captain
Joseph C. Castner, quartermaster;
Captain M. Corwnlls, quartermastci ;
Captain Sanford II. Wadhams, medi
cal corps. Is appointed to meet In
the Hawaiian Islands at tho call ot
tho senior member ot the board. Tho
purpos? of the meeting Is to look
OYfr the ground and make recommen
dations as to locating the buildings
of a permanent garrison and ncce.i
sary buildings for a temporary garri
son so they will not Interfere with
tho construction ot tno permanent
buildings to bo begun If possible dur
ing the ensuing year.
Major Charles J. Stevens, Fifth
Ca'alry. Is relieved from duly with
tho s'econc! squadron, Flt-th Cavalry,
and will report by'lecr to the com
manding offfcor," Fifth Cavalry, for
assignment to duty with one of tho
squadrons of that regiment under or
ders to proceed to the Hawaiian Isl
ands. ARBOR DAY PROVES
(Continued from Ftze 1)
The planting' ot tUe'tre'qs Is not lim
ited to tho school grounds. On tho
Island of Oahu there Is but little room
for planting,' outside of tho school ter
ritory, but on the other Islands, tho
roads approaching tho buildings are
also cared for. In this manner nearly
all of tho school hou,soB"!n tho Ha
waiian group are being; provided with
troo-grown approaches something ol
which tho Mainland can boast In but
a few Instaucos.
Tho rosfOitelblllty ot tho pupils docs
not censo with tho planting of tho
trecB. They miiBt nlso 'soe that thoy
aro watered and cared for until they
reach such size that they can he left
t,6 look out (or themsolvcB.
Territorial Forester 'it. S. Hosmer
has taken an aqtlvo part In promoting
the general observance of 'Arbor' Day,
ana an 01 tno facilities of his depart
ment aro at tho disposal of the qchool
authorities', and children, In their ef
forts to beautify school grounds.
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President Iloosevolt, observes fif.
tlcth birthday vory simply.
Ten additional night-rider suspects
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
82 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
appeal STANDARD OIL CASE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 12.
SG00,Q00 to acquire title to lands and
ier rights In the Hetch llctchy watershed for n municipal water supply
wns voted on here today nnd the bond Issue authorized. The acquiring
of tho rights nnd the Installation of
water supply of two hundred million
APPEAL STANDARD OIL CASE
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 12.
cided to carry an appeal against thp overruling of Judge Lnndls' deci
sion against tho Standard Oil Company to the Supreme Court. Judge
I.andls found tho Standard Oil Compnny guilty ot ncccptlng rebates
from transportation companies on a large number of counts, Inflicting
fines to th3 total amount of twenty-nine million dollars. The decision
m i m
WANT TO CURB WILLIAM
HERL1N, Germany, Nov. 12. Tho Committee on Foreign Affairs ot
the Reichstag has assembled nnd Intimated that it litis under consilient
(Ion steps to restrict the Emperor's independence ot the Reichstag In
acting for Germany In tho foreign relations ot tho country.
m i i
MARINES TO STAY ASHORE
WASHINGTON, D; C, Nov. 12. President Roosevelt today Issued
an order detaching nil mnrlncs from service nlmard the vessels of tho
Navy. The marines are to be withdrawn and used nshorc as garrison
for Naval posts and Navy Yards.
HUFFAt.0, N. Y.. Nov 12. Six Chinese were drowned hero today
while attempting to dodge the Immigration Inspectors nnd effect it land
ing in tho country from Canada.
PRESIDENT RECEIVES FARMERS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 12.
Fnrmcrs' Convention, In session here,
We have every quality of STATIONERY
and every Size, Color, and Price.
All the popular PERIODICALS of the Day.
OAT & MOSSMAN,
Merchant Street - Near Post Office
The Lecoultre Razor
S0METHIKG ENTIRELY NEW.
An old-style blade that is small, thin, and ALWAYS
sharp'. Hade of finest English Hardened Steel that will
shave clean for years without honinp,
' Blades are detachable and inexpensive,
Theo. H. Davies & Cq.Ltd.
AFTER jlNE VOYAGE
Forty-six cabin passengers, sixty-two
fctccrnge,- 1&S0 tons of mlscellancuus
freight, nnd one day's mall wero
brought in this morning by the uccan
1c liner Alameda. Tho heavy weather
which has been reported between hero
and the Pacific Coast, Was escaped by
the Alameda, tho trip being one of the
ploasantest which tho ship has oyer
Delay In gottlng mall on board made
tho Alameda an hour nnd a half Info lu
leaving her dock In San Francisco.
Hardly bad sho gotten out Into the
harbor, when sho noked hor bow Into
a fog bank, so deuce that all thought
ot advancing had to bo abandoned.
Anchor was thereforo dropped and the
easel was delayed anothor two hours,
until tho fog had lifted sufllclently to
make It safe to proceed.
Whc-n tho Alameda reached San
Francisco on her last trip. Cnpt. Dow-
dell tound' n wireless message from
Kxpert Isboll awaiting him there. Is-
bell had promised to have soma waul
at San Francisco when the Alameda's
commander reached shore and ho kept
his word, The niessago wns received
lu Oregon and relayed to San Fran
Tho passengers on board tho Ala
The proposal to Issue bonds for
claims for reservoir sites nnd wil
the reservoir system will glvo u
gnllons a day.
The Department of Justice has de
-Flvo bundled delegates In tin
were received by the President
meda roport ono of tho most delight
ful trips in the history ot tho boat.
With fine weather nil the way across,
anil tho usual careful .mention from
olllccrs nnd attendants, conditions nie
said to hr.vo been ns nearly Ideal us
An-r'Hg I'.iit passengers wore Judge
Wilder, M. W. Tschudl nnd wife, A. II.
Thuilow nnd wiro, Mrs. W. M. Olffard,
15. A, noi-.ilt Mrs. H. J. Illicitly. Mrs.
Ilutlei- and .1. W. Roth, tho Pacific
const fruit magnate.
Suddenly acquired wealth and niir.
chnso of property In fnshlonnble ills-
met considered evidence, against Jas.
C. Tomalty, hold In connection with
thefts In the City Trcasiuer'a ofllcb.
Rallriadb-wllf niako'gcncral Increaso
lu freight tailffs.
care for your eyes. SOMEONE must
do it, if you value them.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
ThnrBH.iv: November 12.
(JltAYS HAIlllOIt Stllcil Nov 11:
Schr. C. A. Thayer, Tor Honolulu.
Bclir. llelcnc, for Honolulu.
j WATERFRONT NOTES I
THK I'ACIFIC MAIL liner Mongolia
will arrive oarjy tomorrow forenoon
from Yokohnma. Most prominent
prominent among her passengers nro
tho Chinese Knoys hound for Wash
ington. "TUP. THAN8POUT Sheridan will
not snll today. Sho Is taking In 760
tons of coal, preparatory In sailing for
her final destination. Sho leaxcs at
11 o'clock tomorrow morning.
THK MAUNA l.OA ilcpirted nt IS
o'ock todny for Koin. She took n
larce lot of ThnnkscIUuK goods. When
sho returns sho will bring some Itona
turkeys mid bannnas.
Tim KINAtI loft for Kauai last
night nt t2 o'clock, nrrylng n number
of plantation malingers, who had neon
attending tho annual planters' confer
THi: CI.APDINI-: leaves at 5 o'clock
this afternoon for Illln a Mnul ports
She, will tnko away n number of plan
tntion managers for .Mnul nnd Hawaii
SHERIDAN IS SANTA
San l-'innclsco, Cal., Nov 7. Al
though leaving hero weeks before the
holidays, the big transport Sheridan
has tho distinction this year of being
tho "ChrlHtnins ship" for tho people uf
Guam and the Philippines. When the
handsome troopship left her slip at
Knltsom street wharf nt noon yostonhy
the hnd on hoard SO) parcels, largu
i.nil small, Containing gifts for soldier!,
and other Americans now lu the arch
Iu addition to the bundles wero 1000
boxes of apples nnd several hundred
cases of other kinds of fresh friills,
nil Intended for use during the holidays
In the Philippines. Hefore tho Sheri
dan left the dock n string of messen
gers wero delivering- packages on
lionnl, all addressed to Islanders.
tlesldes the gifts mill the fruit nnd
tho heavily stocked refrigerators luilg.
ing with fat turkeys and chickens, the
Sheridan carried mo: o ihnii the usual
amount of money for tho Islands, thu
total being moro than $5,000,000. Two
million dollars Is In Killpluo pesos.
lour milllcn In paper certificates nnd
several hundred tho.i.viinl in Amoilcan
gold and silver for tho soldiers.
BUSH FOB HIM
"CHAMP" MAY STAY
BURNS' MANAGER SAYS FIGHTER
Clever Lad Hps -Bunch of Money Com
inp; in Johnson Fight and May Con
clude to Settle Down Permanently
on the Big South Sea Island
I,. C. Keating, brother and mana
ger of Tommy Hums, heavyweight
champion of tho world, arrived hero
this morning on the Alameda, bound
for Australia. Keating Is hiking to
tho big Island to look after the finan
cial welfare of his hiothcr-lii-law,
and Incidentally to add u few dollars
to his own, nlicady well-stocked,
"Tommy Is certainly lu love with
Austiulla," said Keating In the II u I
I o 1 1 u man this morning. Vile has
gotten lino attention out there and
he talKs of making It his permanent
home. Ho has madu somo money,
and has u good deal mote In sight;
so thcie is no reason why he should
not pitch Ills tent where he sees lit.
"On December 20, limns will light
Johnson for it purse of $.1li,fi00.
Tommy's share, win, lose, or draw,
will ho $a0,000. That Is a pretty
nice wud of money for it man to
in alio all at once.
"Hut Tommy has It coming to him
nil rlffht and ho will certainly give
people till the entertainment they
pay for and u little more. Ho Is In
lino shape nnd Is a greater lighter
than ho ever was."
Hoforo ho took tho responsibility
of looking after tho money box for
Tommy Hums, Keating was u theat
rlcal manager, and rumor has It that
ho was a very successful one, too. He
did not hnvo tii get Into tho family
of n champion to annex worldly
wealth, but has dono somo annexing,
both for hlnibclf nnd his brother-in-law
blnco Mrs. Hums' mniilngo.
Cincinnati. Nov. 3. Judge William
II. Taft east ballot No, 371 at 4:-ll
o'clock this afternoon at pieclnct tl,
Second ward, the polling p:aci bel.tg
In n plumbing shop at 2009 M-illson
load, owned by John Tolt. It to
qulicd tin oo minutes for Judgo Tift in
enst his ballot after going into tho
booth. While In tho toting place and
"whllo voting ho was the object .if it
decidedly curious crowd of men, o
men nnd children,
cards on sale at
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Last cuarter of thu moon Nov. 10.
Hawaiian slandaul tluiu i lt num.
30 minutes slower than rjre.nwlou
time, being that of the meridian of 151
icgrecs 30 minutes TLo llum whlslio
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the sauio
us Urecnwlth, U hourr, 0 minutes. Buu
nnd moon aro for local llmo .or in
wliolo group. ,
"' Friday, Nov. 1.1.
O. S. S. Al.uueda, Dowdell. fumi
San Kraiiclfccu, a 11. 111.
V rrn.DTCn 1
Stinr. Klnau. Oregoiy, ror
ports, 5 p. in.
Stinr. Clnudlne, llennctt, for Maul
nnd llllo, B p. in.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, front
hnmn, 11. in.
Stnir Maima Kct, l-rcciuan,
llllo and way purls, 11. in.
P. M. H. S. Mongolia, for San I- ran
clsco, iu m.
i,.r n S. S. Alameda, from Sail
l'ninclsco. 8 a. in. Nov. 13. B. . 'J
nnis. Q. P. Ashe, Mrs. Ashe. Mrs. .f.
V. Bean-J, H. A. Hermit. Mrs. 11. 2.
nuclily nnd child, Mrs. W. P. Ilutlcr,
Mrs. A. V. Correa. Mrs. M. V. l-'lschor.
Mis. Klack and chid. Miss Flack, Mrs.
V. M. (llffard, Jliss Kthel Jordan, I..
C. Keating, Miss I.. King, W. .1. I.anili.
Mrs. Lamb, Mrs. Michaels, MIsh Tho
rn Oss, Morley Philp. II. It. Perry.
Miss (lurtrudo Potter. Miss C. Prouso.
.1. W. Until, Mrs. Itnlli. Master Hath.
Mis. M. P. Huberts. Miss Anno I..
Ri.iim I,. M. Sears. V. K. Slieehy, A.
H. Thiirlow, Mrs. Thurlow mid child,
M. W. Tschudl. Mrs. Tsellildl. II. C.
Wolisler. C. I". White, Judge A. A.
Wilder, Mrs. Wilder, Mrs. J. W. Me
Alllstvi and two i-hlliltcii, Mr. Hale.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
' Per stnir. Manna Uia. Slnierson, for
Kona poits. 12 noon, Nov. 13. Hong
Chuck, Dr. A. J. Derby. C. I). Wright.
W. Hind, It. Lister, O. a. Kinney, uev.
(I. h. Knpa and wife. W. W. Tliajcr.
flco. C. Watt. Mrs. J. F. Taylor, tn-n.
rillili. wife nnd child. II. llycroft. J. A.
.larger. Mrs. P.. W. Thwlng. ll. A.
lilies, S. O. Fry.
Per stinr. Klnau, Oregory, for .
Kauai. Not. 12, r. p. in. H. M. (llttel,
Itev. J. M. l.ydgate, Mrs. Mil lam Kiv
mall. Mis. A. (1. Kaiiliikou, Mrs. r!.
Kane. O. Nlcholal, C. P. C. Smith. J.
P. Cooko. Paul lsenborg. E. Mailer aii-l
wire. J. Lennox. W. Thompson, M. W.
llergau, W. O. Hall.
i PASSENGERS BOOKED I
j. . .
Per O. S. S. Alanie-l'i Tor Sun Trail
clbco. Nov. IK. C. Ldson. Miss Mtv
Cildden, Miss IMson, tlaiter 121, Mrs.
Maliluui. Mis. (1. I,. Iliynrd. Miss 11.
Woodword, C. A. llruns. F. K. Thump
ton. (5. II. Wells. M. .1. Lluds-iy. P.
(Insllnsky .llovornor Frenr. M. Tower,
S. TopllU. Mr. and Mis. Fied. Now
ll. (loo. Kilmer, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J.
Per stinr. Clnudlno, Tlcniictt. for
llllo, Nov. 1't, 6 p. ni. C. C. Kennedy
and wife, Miss K. II. Wilcox, Win. Al
len, 11. L. Lnn and wife. (J. II. Klueg-
d. K. noend-ihl mid wlfo.
Friday, Nov. 13.
Temperatures C a. in., RS; K n. in.,
72; 10 ii. m., 72; noon, 74; morning
IlniomUer, S u. in.. 30.00; nlisnliilp
liunilillty, S n. m.. ri.lt." grains pr
ciibic foot; relative tiuuildlly, S a. in.,
fit tier cent; dew point. S a. in., 59.
Wind ii n m velocity 3. direction
N. E.J 8 a, in., velocity 3. dliectlon N.
E.J 10 n, m.. teloc'ty R direction 3.
W.j noon, tcloclty 7, dliectlon S.
Itnlnfiill during 21 hours ended S a.
in., .no Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 1D0 miles.
WM. U. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
TAKES VEIL AS NUN
LONDON, Eiib.. Nov. 1. Tho rim.
vent of the llenedletlnes on the Ihlo
or Weight, has mlded another mcmlmr
of tho Austrian royalty to iho tanks
of Us nilllB. Pilncess Adellield, eld
est tlniiKliter af the Duchess M.irli An
tanlit af Parma, has definitely taken
tho veil, Sim wns Initiated as a Nov.
Ice on March 101I1 mni now, being
only 23 years old, has decided on u llfo
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. SI 75. Complete.
'HE CHARLES D, WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.