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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY. NOV. 17, 1908.
1 T '
MS1C & IBPil 1
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 p. m.
All vUltlng members of tlio
Order nre cordlallv Invited to
attorn! meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Tort Street.
H. It. IIENDKY. Sccretury.
IJBN. V. VICKKHS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0A1IU LODGE, NoL 1. K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner Tort and Iteretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
a. a. ui:i:kino, c c,
J AS. w. WHITE, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU L0DQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, 11. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
Inc. lly order of the 12. It.:
HENRY G. EASTON,
WM 11 MclNERNY, E. II.
Ww. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets cver 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at "."0 o'clock In K. of I'.
Hull, cor Foit and licretanlj. Visit
ing bi others cordially Invited to at
tend. V. U. FRAZEE. C.C.,
E. A. JACOllSON, K.R.S.
k HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bcretnnl-i nnd Fort streets.
, Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. ",V. L. ITtAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOUE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of earli month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall VHltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. Ft ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E MFRPIIY. C. of It.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
rtoic at Elceic.
To make rcum for a consignment
cf Roods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
III ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STR'CTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor uepattment.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
257 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
Tim ' Best Whiskev on the Market.
' THOS. F. McTIO"E & CO., AOEN1S.
101-105 illNG ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755
in an automobile is just the thing.
ICall up 200 38S or 1458 and ask
,-: G. H. BEHN
I Bathing 1
5 Caps 5
Wtl An entirely new 1
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. We have
never found better
and the price will
bring them within
leach of anyone
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
arxsruuiJ-Mi. as-Ar vw j&wzxTgy.wga
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICESUPPLY CO., Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
Our Wall Paper is not only
beautiful in color and pattern,
but tasteful as well.
No matter how the room
may be finished, there is .wall
paper in our big stock that
will just suit it.
Our special show room
downstairs gives the effect of
wall, border, and ceiling to
gether. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hi
MANUEL REIS. Call op at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280. 200, 1097.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts Honolulu.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
12. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Et. Uvdi, V, 8. A.
I Hotel and Fort St. H
LOCAL AND fJENEWl
DiilUtU W.t kA. malra If
easy to find either work or workers.
Ten good unto hacks. Phone 0.
No fancy prices nt the New EnglailC
nakery, Hotel St.
W. A. Kinney Balled todayg In tlie
Mnunn Ken mi business.
11. C. Senrle and family, of Lahnlnn,
returned to their home today.
Kenator-eoct W. T. Robinson or
Maul leturned to Wnltikit today.
A lar-'e number of plantation man
agers relumed to their homes today.
I)r Walton was a passenger in the
Intcr-lshtud steamer Mauna Kea to
Take your carriage or nutoraobiio
to Hawaiian Cnrrlago Manfg. Co., for
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks nip served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us n try.
Q CI. Seong, wife and two children
of l.alialna left today In the Mauna
Kea Mrs Seong returned In tho Mon
golia from China,
Judge CJuarles was among the out
going passengers today In the Mauna
Kea. IIo goes to Walluku, accom
panied by Co Wan Hoy.
Rein & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 60o and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Onr pajamas nro strong nnd com
fortnhlc, and made or the best ma
dras, flannel, and mercerized cotton.
Oil! nnd see them and our handsome
khlrts. Tho Knsh Co., Ltd , Fort and
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
An examination will bo held In Ho
rolulu on December 1G to estnbllsh
n list of ellgtblcs for tho position of
Miblnspoctor of dredging on tho
Pearl llnrbnr work. The position v. Ill
pay $3. CO per day. Application should
bo nddresscd to the Commandant, U.
S. Naval Station.
Jos. Williams, a leper on Robblns
Island. Cape Town, South Africa, has
written to Superintendent Jack Mc
Veigh hoi o, making inquiry as to the
sstcm employed In the running of
the rolony nt Molokal. From his de
scription It would npponr that the
situation at Cape Town is very bad.
(Continued from Pex 1)
ants have assured the piosccullon
that they have abandoned the tene
ment pioposltlon and propose to go
Into the hotel business."
"I should like very much to give a
decision In this case," said Judge
Andinde, "but the matter Is one nf
great Importance, and It would open
the door to tho passing on constitu
tional questions by other District
Magistrates, some of whom are com
petent while others nre not.
"I am going to sustain the ordi
nance, very much against my own
Judgment. I '1 this because I think
that It Is to the best Interest of nil
concerned to have the question pass
ed on by the highest court In the
In answer to a question by the
Court, Mllvcrton stated that he
would regard the matter In the light
of a test caso. A fine of J-0 and
costs was therefore Imposed. Peters
gave notice of an appeal to tho Su
preme Court, stating that ho expect
ed to he able to bring tho matter up
(Continued from Pace 1)
of tho Fifth Cavalry, tho first Install
ment of tho augmented garrison.
Tho assignment or Company "E to
this post will, in all probability, mean
tho establishment on this island of
nn Army wireless station. Company
E holds tho Army wlrolcss record
for n half dozen dl.lerent feats and
tho commanding officer, Lieut. Paul
w. Heck, is ono of the recognizee
wireless authorities In Hie service.
No olflclal advices have been re
ceived hero relative to the assign
ment of Company "E", but tho gen
eral understanding among local Army
men seems to ho that It will bo sent
here. Tho assignment of the prize
signal company of the Army means
nulto a compliment to Oahu.
ruesaay, isov. it.
Temperatures 0 a. m., 72; 8 a. m..
73: 10 a. m.. 75: noon. 7(1! mnrnltii?
Barorr.Gtor, 8 a. in.. 30.11; absoluto
lnimMftV- A n TTl Hill (rrnltta ...
cubic foot; relatlvo numidlty, 8 a. m.,
73 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m.. 04.
wina 6 a. m., velocity 3, direction
N. E.; 8 a. m velocity 9, direction N.
B.; 10 n. m velocity 10, direction N.
I-.; noon, velocity u, direction N. B.
Rainfall during 24 nours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 195 miles.
WM. B. 8TOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
N0THINQ BUT THE TRUTH
Oho swallow doesn't make a spring,
Is a saying known to one and all;
Yet one orange peel won't do a thing
Hut give us a hard and early fall.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KINO ST. FH0NE MB,
THE BEST "UTTERS" IN TOWN,
iJlll&,.lAi,.t.. -rHrltf: r MlTi 1 1
DISORDER FEARED IN CHINA
PEKINOl China. Nov 1C. Three
streets' throughout the tlly and dlsordeis nrd feared".
The Legations nre being guarded by troops to prevent uttucks In the
event (if street rioting.
TJie cause of the death of the Emperor and the F.mprcsH Dowager lust
not been given out to the public. x
Fourteen native banks huvo boo n closed, hut the brunches of the
foreign banks have not been affected by the disorders.
KEIZO'S PETITION DENIED
WASHINGTON, I) ('., Nov. 1U.
petition for n writ of habeas corpus
of death In Hawaii for murder.
The technical legal question on
up to the court of last resort was tho
alized In the Circuit Court during tho change of government in the Inl
ands, tho contention being that such naturalization did not confer citi
zenship. Kclzo has been reprieved time and time ngalli dining the past
few jears, but will now hae to pay the death pennlty for his crime.
i i i m
EMBEZZLER'S QUICK TRIAL
CHICAGO, III., Nov 10. Peter Vanvllesingcn, a denier In real ei
tate, confessed today to the embezzlement of seven hundred thousand dol
lars. He was arrested, tried, found guilty on his confession, nnd sen
tenced to serve fourteen jenrs In prison, all within four hours.
IlELdRADE, Servln, Nov. 1C. An outbicak ngnlnst Austria Is
threatened In the recently annexed Provlnco of llosnla nnd Herzegovina.
Tho Austrian garrison ut the fortified town of Treblnje has been In
creased by ten thousand men.
m i m
MILITIA RESTORES ORDER
OKMULOKB, I. T, Nov. 1C. The presence or militia hero linn pre
vented any further rioting, nnd there were no clashes between the whlto
rioters and the negroes today.
KOnn, Japan, Nov. 1C The navnl review by the Emperor, for
which n fleet of thirty battleships had been assembled, hns been postponed.
HENEY DOING WELL
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif, Nov. 10. The condition of Francis J. Hon
ey, who underwent n successful operation today, continues to be favorable.
DUCHESS CHAULNES A MOTHER
PAWS, France, Nov. 10. A son was born todny to the Duelled
Chautnes, daughtcf of former Chief Engineer Shouts of the Panama Ca
nal. i i i r
EDWARD ENTERTAINS OSCAR
PLYMOUTH, Eng., Nov. 10. King Oscar of Sweden and Queen So
phia arrived here today to bo the guests of King Edward 'at Windsor.
r.rrr: .rrni i ' ' v.
I Thursday, Nvo. 26
OUR PILGRIM FATHERS entered into their Thanksgiving Festivities with a devout
spirit and a deep appreciation of their material b lessings.
A few w Id Turkeys and a scant supply of miize was a Feast to them. One must
have something more elaborate now-a-days.
But even the most fastidious will be delighted with what w: have to offer in the way of Good
Things. We have just received by the "TEXAN" a big, fr;sh shipment of
Plum Pudding, Maraschino Cherries,
Brandied Fruits, Sweet Pickled Fruits
Boiled Cider, Cheese (in an varieties)
Marrons in Brandy and Vanilla Syrup,
Fanoy Preserves and Jellies,
Bon-Bon Crackers for Table Decoration,
Olives' all varieties, plain and stuffed,
Frozen Eastern and California Oysters,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season
Henry May & Co.
- t4.a.- .. - .. Uiiii WdfUo mtr'.filA',
L 'I '
thousand police nro posted In tho
The Supremo Court hns denied the
for Morltn Kelzu, under sentence
which this rasa has In mi (allied
eligibility of u grand Juror natur
l .,; )f j .v, ,.r,i tyl.
Lemon and Orange Peel,
Fanoy Table Raisins,
The Leading Grocers
i.Wi&jJiiH, i ,
'itki.'irl.--d.li.iaJfCiW.a ... ..kitot- .
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Tuesday, November 17.
HAN I HANC'IHC'C) hailed Nov 17
S S Hongkong Mam, 2 P. " , for
SAN HIANC'ISCO Hiilleil No. 17:
g.M N. S. S. Illloulaii. for II lulu.
Mondav. No. 10. 1908.
SAN FltANCIHC'O -Sailed Nov. II:
8. S. Enteipilse, for Illto.
i:tmi:KA Arrived Nov. 1G :
Ilk. llolywood, heme Oct. 22.
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1908.
SAN FIIANCISCO- Al rived, No. IS'
r. p. in.. S, S. Asia, hence Nov. 7.
YOKOHAMA- Snlled Nov. II:
S. S. Teiiii Mum, for Honolulu.
Friday, November 13.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Nov. 13:
S S Santa Hltn, for Knhiiliil and Kl
YOKOHAMA Arrhed Nov 13:
S. S. Slbeila. henco Nov. 2.
POUT TOWNSKND Arrived Nov. 13:
Schr. Itohert Seancs, from Kahiilul
HILO-Salled Nov. 11:
S. S. Mexican, for San Francisco.
HILO-Salled Nov. HI:
Schr. W. II. MurHton, for San Fran
cisco. WATERFRONT NOTES
THE AHIZONAN left Ihu Sound for
San Francisco Kmrinher 15, nnd
leaven tho latter port for Honolulu
November 21. Tho Columbian Is duo
to leave tho Sound for San Francisco
November 2ft, nnd tho latter port for
Honolulu. December fi, The Arlzouan
will carry iivvny tho llrst of the now
Beacon h mgar ruin.
Till: THAN8POKT Iluford nulved
In Sail Krnnelmi ut 2 p. m. jesterday
from .Manila, via Nagasaki. Tho ves
M'l passed by Honolulu this tilp.
Till: THNVO MAIHI will arrive
here from Yokohama on November 23
She hns iioo tons of freight for this
care for your eves. SOMEONE must
do it, if you value them.
t ujV W jAk3 mK
Monday, November 10.
If S A T. Crook, from Manila via
Nagasaki, f.:20 p. in.
Monday, November 1(1.
Slmr Km An lion for Knual ports,
," p. in.
Tuesday, November 17.
P. M. S. H. .Munchiiila, Maunders, for
YmoIimiii:i, fi a. in.
Slmr. .Manna Ken, Krecinnn, for
Kiln and .May ports. 12 noon.
A . .1.
SAILING TODAY I
' Htmr. V. (I. Hull. Thompson, fur
Kauai pen In, r p. til .
Slmr. .Mlkahahi, for Molokal nnd
Mnul p.uls, T, p. in,
H. H. ItiiM'crnus (tow lug lurgo Mou
ld cy) for Monteiey.
Slmr. Noeau for Kukiilhaele, Mahu
l(inn, lloiiiikna, Kavvalhae, 12 noon.
U. H. A. T. Crook, for Han frauds
co, A p. in.
(). S, S. Alameda, Dow dell, fur San
J'ranclhco, lu n. m.
I'erbtmr. Mnunn Kea, rieeman, for
Hllo, Nov. 17, 12 noon. (1. (J. Hcong.
wife nnd two children: Dr. St. I). (I.
WiilterM, Dr. C. I.. Stow, C. II. Hop
kins, It. M, Anthony, II. If. Itentou
and wife. MIhs Alice Weight, Hllcu
Hall, W. I'ullar nnd wife, Mm. A. II.
II, .liidd, John Hind nnd wife. It.
Hall, I). Mochiiiindo, A. AhreiiH, Ml. is
Clapp. Miss S. Lederer, Av Weight, C.
Ilojer, .1. H. II, Mclenr.le, Jan. Hen-
dernon, .1. W. Cruft, Jim. Mcdregor,
Ceoigc Miindon, W. D. Lowell, Mliis
M. Dunn, .In leu C. C.irvalho, A. llo-
drlguet, MrH. Jan. Ilnncy, J. T. Mc
Ciowon, C. S. Ilollowuy, It. C. Senrlo
nnd wife, Peter Capoola, Dlik C.v
poola, John Watt nnd wife. Mm. II.
1. I.lllle and friend, U. II. Kluegel, It.
I. I.lllle, J. M. Hoss and wife, V. llnr
rlson, Mr. (laxllue, A. It. l'hlllli,
Thni. l.lshman nnd wife, W. II. K.
Caiiiphell, II, Waggoner, S. Toplltz,
Sing Put nnd wife. Tang Ng nnd wife,
Mrs. W. CI, Saffery.
Per S. S. Manchuria, for Yokohama,
Nov. 17. Harou Korlng and wife. J,
Perclvnl and wife, Hev. i:. W. Thvvlng,
W. II. Uiirr, II. I.. Mcl.uiirtn. Hon. I.
S. Hutler, J. Mnglus, D. Nlshloka.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for 8an Kran
elsco, Nov. 18. C. IMson. MIsb Mc
Cuddeii, Miss IMson, Carter (2), Mm.'
Mnhliun, Mm. CI. I,, llay.trd. MIrh I).
Woodvvord, C. A. llruns, P. E. Thomp-
I rem. C. II. Wells, M. J. Lindsay, P.
:rlnlit.ulr.. n,.,AM.ni. i-Hnn. xi nn
S! Toplltz. Mr. and Mm.' Fred. Now-
oil. tleo. rilmer, Mr. and Mrs. E. .1.
Per. If. S. A. T. Crook, fur San
Krniich.co (Jovurnor Waller !. Kicar,
1 II. Nevvell and wire, Mm. H. a.
I'leld .mil daughter. Mrs. O. I.hlng
Bton llnyard, Mrj. N.J. Colomnn. Har
old ClavlKnn, Cleorgo C. Miller, Mrs. A.
. Mlalile. Justice Sydney llailoii, C.
Per stmr. W. CI. Hall, Thompson,
for Knual, Nov. 17, R p. ni. Norman
Kay. MUa 11. Olrvln, r. M. Svvanzy.
A. V. Peters, O. Omsted, W. T. Hi-
THE TKANSPOItT Ciook arrived
fiom M.inlln via Nagasaki ut G:20 yesi-
tcrday nfteruooii, and will lcavu for
tho Coast at S o'clock tills nfternunn.
About 200 tons of freight, consisting
ur old camp equipage, etc.. In to lio
Miliieil hauk to Han rranclsco. Tho
tunuu vuriieH many einin passengeis
and only iirty-tv.ii rasuals In tho ulcer
.igo, tho latter cinnpihliig twenty en
HMed men or Ihn Navy fiom Nag.v
mkl, elghtten enlisted men of tho
Ami), two discharged soldiers nnd
tvvelvi) discharged eniployges of tho In
sular govuinuent. Tho highest rank
ing Auuy nftlrer aboard, outside of
Quartermaster Captain Arhbiirn, Is u
111 st lleiilcnaiit or Held lulljlery. Tliu
Ciuok iBiHHcd thioiigh n two day'B
Moriii this hide or Japan. Thu trans
pmt rolled badly In tho heavy seas,
which swept ovei her. and somo of
the cabins vveio flooded, Ono of tho
fiunll boats was smashed In tho dav
Its. Oovernor 1'ienr, Justlco Datlpu
ol the Hawaiian Supremo Court, and
ir .and Piedeilck Newell, Director
of the United States lteclnmatlon Scr
uce, and wife, will ho among the pas
hcngers fioin lliinniiii,, , .. u.... i..
eifco. flm (lovcrnor goes to Wash-
ukiiiii mi niiiciai inirinerH. Tho pas
MiigeiH aboaid tho Ciook are P II
fl-'I'MWii'.-MiH. C. J. Stancllrfo nnd
"'"'" thlMien. Walker U. Anderson.
It. C ,. Iloicn, Mrs. C. I.. Iloren,
lameK It N. Hoyd. Mrs. C. W. Cntilkl
In, V C I Colo. Mrs. V. C. Col e. C1.-.H.
lober. Miss Cnlhi P. Johnston, M.
Mi. heson 1st 1 lent. Harry Pfell. Mm.
tj O ilanklu. II. C. Ituppcnlhal, O T
Spinal, i:. 1) stnnoy. Mm. Kmlllu Von'
lltiveu and daughler, John W. Wheel.
it. Mm. TO. Afhhurii n:v1 rh,i, .j.
I.. (lay. wlf,. ami child, Mr3. A'ni, '
-Muishall, Mm. John Smith. a
Jacke o H, ,0qi,og. who has m do
a nulsai.co of ,mil.r bolll ' u,""
Navy people and the police, was
charged from ih .c.vi ZW1!1'
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-CycIe
im, n,M?''' ?!75, Complete,
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0AX
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, wi