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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 1008
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Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Rcnular.
Hawaiian First Denree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
S p. in.
All Malting members o( the
Order arc coidlully Invlteil to
ntlond meetings of local lodges
UAIIMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. T. Hall, Tort Street
12. It. IU2NDUY, Secretary.
iii2N. r. vici;i:iis, n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ewry llrst nnd third Frl
day evening nt 7.30 In K. of I Hall,
corner Fcrt mid lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
A. O. D1212U1NO, C C,
JAS. V,'. WHITI!, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, JJ. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodgo No. 610, H. P. O.
12., will meet In their linll on Kins
near Tort Sticet ovciy Friday even
Uy order of tho n. R.:
lin.NUY C. 12ASTON,
VM. II. McINI2RNY, 12. II.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.3, K.ofP,
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening ut 7.30 o'llock In K. of P.
Hall, cor Yort and lleretunla. Visit-
r biothers cordially Invited to at-
. W. I.. ntZI2I2. c.c.
12. A. JACOIISON, K.R S.
UOHOMULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E,
T,lce"l on tho 2nd and 4th WED
TTNKSDA y evenings of each mouth nt
L 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctnnl'i and Port streets.
a Visiting Hagles nro Invited to at'
,v. l. riiAznn, v, Prcst.
II. T. MOORI2, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mecto every first and third Thurs
dns of each month nt Knights of
P) thins Hall, Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n AKLKIGH, Snchem.
A. 12. ML'RPIIY, C. of It,
J. I. Silva's Store,
Tlu's sale applies only to the main
6tore nt Elceic.
' To make room for a consignment
oi goods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OP
These will ho sold nt
.LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT"5 AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Trices.
'ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine, line oi Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
" our Liquor Department.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tlia
with tlair new FRENCH
57 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
The Best WhisW on the Market.
THOS. F. McXIG-S & CO., AGENTS.
, 101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140, P. 0. BOX 755.
'Jn an automobile is just the thine.
Call up. 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
An entirely new
stock and the best
we could find
among the leading
dealers on the
arc 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
reach of anyone
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 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
downstair? gives the effect of
wall, border, and ceiling to
gether. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call np at any
rime by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200, 200, 1097.
At All Watchdealers,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a mans stomachei The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
Hotel and Fort St. H
A" -i --i i Sttsiliiiliatafi-fi'i! iiiijtflhii.i,, I i iiaiiJtfirlMfctfcih.-fi'T - TjrrAAaJ&sJaa.
LOCAL m GENERAL
" Yon have not tried vour hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad, do the trying.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
No fnncy prices at tho Now England
Bakery, Hotel St.
Tako your carrlngo or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carrlngo Manfg. Co., for
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Mrs. Stair of Washington, a sister
of Mrs. P. V. Cnrtcr, arrived by the
Aornngl for a visit In Honolulu.
All kinds of beer, nines and mixed
drinks arc served In the best manner
nt the Fashion. Just give us a try.
Leprosy hns beep ndded to tho list
of dlsenses which must bo roportod to
tho Board of Health by physlclnns.
Mrs. Mary 1,. Hall of Alaska, who
nrrhed by tho Manchuria, Is visiting
Mrs. C. H. Dickey on Nuuanti avenue.
Thurlow s Royal Annex for meals.
A bndgo pin containing tho letters
N. I) II. S. hns been found. Owner
can hnve same by calling nt 11 u I -
I e 1 1 n office and paying for ad.
Reis & Quiun are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 50o and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Third Team Shuts Out High School
Eleven in One-Sided (feme or
The only consistently victorious
football team that Onhu College hu3
turned out this year hnnded the High
School third team an awful wallop
ing jestcrdny. The Collcglates put
It over their opponents to tho tuno
As a matter of fnct, there was
never n timo from the minute tho
ball was kicked off nt tho beginning
of the first hnlf until tho whistle an
nounccd tho end of tho second, that
the High School lads hnd the ghost
of a show. It was a walkover for
tho lads from Punahou so much of
one that the gamo wns without a
pnrttclo of Interest cither to players
The High School boys played like
tho very mischief, but they lacked
tenm work and nro shy in weight
No one wns hurt, In sptto of tho dis
parity In weight.
a a 8
It Is to be hoped that baseball fans
are working up tho "necessary dogre'e
of enthusiasm for that coming game
when tho II u I I o 1 1 n team is going
to administer that coating of white
wash to Shcba's Shining Specimens
of Sphere-Shooting Specialists. That
Is going to bo a great game and If
fans don't turn out In largo numbers
they will show themselves poor Judg
es of what Is to their Interest. (You
will notice thnt the Sporting Kdltor
Is taking tho opportunity to do a
little crowing; ho may not bo able
to after the game.)
Tho Y, M. C. A. Indoor Ilascball
League held n meeting last night In
tho rooms of tho Association. James
Nott and John llaptlst wcro appoint
ed captains to choose two teams to
play a scries of three games.
The Y. M. C. A. soccer team will
probably meet some other team of
tho soccer league on Punahou campus
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
WJiat team will bo played Is not yet
MURDERED TO PREVENT
HER FROM JOINING CHURCH
KA8TON, Pn Nov. 9. Mrs. Tor-
nnu Ynno Utsunomlyn, Japanese, who
was Inst night to have renounced her
paganism and Join tho First Presby
terian Church, was found dead yes
terday afternoon in tho cellar of a
house of which she and her husband
were caretakers. There was a deep
knlfo wound In her throat.
Her husband has been arrested,
though tho police admit thcro Is no
direct evidence against him. The
Japaneso Insists his wife committed
suicide. Tho police, however, say the
woman could not have Inflicted the
fatal wound and further declare that
tho husband had tried to keep her
from becoming a Christian.
WHYNESS OF THE WHICH
"Hut why nro you going to be mar
ried to him If you don't love him?"
queried the friendly frlond. "Ho says
he understands women," explained
(ho bride-elect, "and I'vo appointed
m j self a committee of one to con
vince him that he doesn't."
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONl! 525.
THE BEST "FITTEE8" IN I0WH.
HILONIAN BRINGS GUNS
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 17.
Is laden with coast defence guns for
m i i m
BALKAN TROUBLES ENDING
IIIOLOUAOK, Servla, Nov. 17. The Servian guard on tho Austrian
frontier hns been withdrawn nnd the reserves disbanded. Tho llnll.nn
troubles may be considered settled.
been Increased In Turkey by tho success of his policy,
CHANGE OF VENUE DENIED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 17. Mr. Honey's condition Is rapid
A change of venue In the graft cases hns been denied.
The Hans inquest will he held Thutsdny.
m i i
PRESIDENT DINES CABINET
WA8H1NQTON, D. C, Nov. 17 Tonight tho President gnvo n din
ner to the Cabinet, the Judges of the Supremo Court, nnd icvernl labor
leaders. Ho questioned the latter minutely us to their wishes In the mat
ter of legislation.
CONVICTS RIOT AND BURN
tllRMINOHAM, Aln Nov. 17. Forty-ono convicts locked In n stnek
ndc attempted to burn the mlno In which they were working. Klght
were burned to denth nnd one is missing.
TAFT WILL GO TO CUBA
CINCINNATI, O., Nov 17. .hid go Taft Is Mill at Hot Springs Vn.,
hut Is plnnnlng to go to Cuba in Jnnunry to witness tho wlthdinwal of
the American troops.
LOOKOUT INN BURNED
CHATTANOOOA, Tcnn., Nov. 17 . The lookout Inn, nn the look
out Mountain battlefield, and four cottnges wcro burned today. Tho loss
BALLOON RACE ABANDONED
I.OS ANOELKS, Calif., Nov. 17. The balloon transcontinental raco
has been abandoned, ns the balloons were unable to cross tho liioiin-tnlns.
SOLACE GOES TO ATLANTIC .
WASHINGTON, I. O., Nov. 17. Tho supply ship Solnco will bo
changed back' Into a hospital ship and attached to tho Atlantic Fleet.
m i sis i
OWNERSHIP BY ARBITRATION
PARIS, France, Nov. 17. Tin Minister- of the Colonies hns an
nounced that .the ownership of tho Cllpperton wll be nrliltnitcd.
THE LONG AND THE SHORT
'Such stupidity!" said old Hippo,
"Is enough to mako nny one holler;
I Just hnd to laugh
When tho spotted glrnfTe
Said he'd loan me his high linen
ALL IN THE DIAGNOSIS
Patient: How many different lan
guages do )ou speak, doctor?" Doc
tor: Only one, but I understand n
great many different tongues.
f irjTii I tf.ffBiyumVe;Ll'i
.Thursday, Nvo. 26'
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
Marrons in Brandy and Vanilla Syrup,
Fanoy Preserves and Jellies,
Bon-Bon Craokers for Table Decoration,
Olivesall varieties, plain and stuffed,
Frozen Eastern and California Oysters,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season
Henry May & Co.,
The depnrtlng steamer Hllonl.m
The popularity of tho Sultan Iiuh
care for your eyes, SOMEONE must
do it, if you value them.
UR PILGRIM FATHERS entered into their Thank igiving Festivities with a devout
spirit and a d:ep apprcpiation of their material blessings.
A few wild Turkeys and a scant supply of mtizc was a Feast to them. One must
Lemon and Orange Peel,
Fanoy Table Raisins,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday. November 17.
SAN rilA.NC'IKCO h.iiicd Nov. 17:
9, H. Hongkong Mam, 2 p. m for
3AN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 17:
g.M N. S. S. Illlonltn, for Honolulu.
V Incsilny, November IS.
Tcnipcrntiiros C n. in., 72; 8 n. m..
77; in a. in., 78; noon, 78; morning
Ilniomelcr. 8 n. in., 30.08; absolute
humidity, 8 n. in., V77S gnilns per cubic
foot; rclntve humidity, 8 a. in, 08 pur
rent: dew point, 8 a. m (II.
Wind fi n m velocity 2, direction
N. K.; 8 n. m, vtoclty 2, dlicctlnn II :
10 n. in., velocity !, direction N. H.;
noon, rloclty 12, direction N, II.
llalufall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
houis ended lit noon, 1G7 mltcs.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Wenthcr Iluiciiii.
M0TT-SMITH OFF FOR KAUAI
(Continued from Pace 1)
which the Aitlng Governor will gho
whllo there, No Chinese birth cer
tificates will be given, on account of
tho fact Hint Mr. Ilrovvn of tho Im
migration Servlco expects to cover
that Island for this purposo shottly.
However, Mott-Stnlth will ninkc nn
exception of thnso Chinese who wish
to leave for Chlnii beforo tho time
when Mr. llrown will nrrlvo.
The Acting Governor may return
here net Wednesday, though It Is
possible that he will be uway" for
SPAT ON, SPAT EVER
"It's no e talking, my dear,"
said Naggsby during their dally spat,
"n woman Is bound to have tho Inst
word " "No, silo Isn't cllher," ic
Jolned Mrs. Nnggby, "and jou would
not have snld sik.1i n thing If Jim
didn't know I would deny It."
N. . II. 8." pin. Call llulletln uf
fkp nnd pay for nil, 1101-lw
mm i yyClfcJTAM --. fS-jtt KV
Sweet Pickled Fruits
Cheese (in all varieties)
The Leading Grooers
p m it m
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2 ,Vl t S i 3D JO V W. ,611 S 17. '
New moon Nov. 23, 11:30 n. in.
Hawaiian standard time is lu uuiira
30 minutes slower than UrccnwIcB
tlmo, beltiB that of th merldlau of 16
legrces 30 mlnutos Tlo tlmo whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which is the same
us Qrcenwlch, 0 hours U mluutes. Sim
puu moon are ior ucui imw "
whulo group. ,
Tuosd.iy, November 17.
simr. .t A. Cummins. Senrl from
Wnluuiii ilu, S: I"' p. in.
Bchr. Mill wniiliic, iriuu nn
Wednesday, November 18.
S. S. Katuiin. A. I.co. hum Newport
Now s, S:.10 n. in.
Ilk. K( nburch. McKcnzlo. from
l.clth. 11 n. m.
Slmr. Klnnu, Gregory, fiom hiiu.ii,,
Tuesday, Nov. 17.
U. S. A. T. Crook, for S.m l'lim-
cIfcci, S p. in.
fitmr. w. tl. linll, Tlioinpson, wr
Knu.il ports. R p. in.
Stmr. Mlkahnl.i, for Jlolokul nnd
Maul pints, f. p. in.
Stmr. Nne.iu, for Kiikiilhnclo, Ma
hiikona, Honnknn, Kuwalhnu, p. nt.
Wednesday, November 18
O. S. S. Alameda, Ilowdell, for Siln
l'rnnclsco, 10 n. in.
l'or stnir. Klnaii, Oiegory, from
Kuual, Nov. 18. !'. Oay and wife. Mss
M, JopoiIi, 11. A. Kniidscn nnd wlfo, .1.
1. Conke, .Mlgumoto, A. Otinibs. A. U.
Lnrnnch, I,. I,. Harding. W. V. Drake,
W. Usher. C. W. Hpll7.. O Wlx.
I'er Ilk. IMInbmgli, McKcnzlo, from
l.ellli, 11 u. m., Nov. 18. J.ib. iloiilui
tlon. PASSENQER9 DEPARTED
l'or O. S. S. Alameda, for S.m Finn-
Cisco, Nov. 18. Mr. nnd Mil. J. T.
l)als. MIsh M Stoptcu, Mrs. M. Han
dy. Mrs. Havens, C. 11. Wells, .1. ().
Cnrtor, Jr, C A. llruus, Mrsr M K.
rishcr. Miss 11. Woodward, (J. 1'. Asho
and wlfo, rather Henry, .1. M. McKln
noil, M. .1. Lindsay, T. W Chnso, Oco.
Illliier, W. O. Allien. ChiulvH Miles. S.
I'er. V. S. A. T. Ciook. for Sail
Krnnclwn tlnvenior Waller !. 1'io.ir,
K. II. Newell and wlfo. .Mrs. II. A.
l'lcld and daughter, Mrs. O. Living
slnu ll.i in il. Mrs. N. .1. Coleman, Hal
oid (la!gau, (leorgo C. Jllllcr, Mrs. A.
C. Htnhlc, Jusllco Sjdncy Il.illou, C.
I'er stmr. W. O. linll, Thompson,
for Kauai, Nov. 17, r p. ni, Norinnii
Kay, Jllss II. (Ilrvin, V. JI. Swnniy,
A. V. Peters, O. Oinatcd, W. T. Itu
poso. WATERFRONT NOTE8
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu. T 11.. Nov 17. 1908.
Hawaii Nnkalch) Head Light Sta-
t if I il Mnul tul.niil T 11 . 'I'll lwi Ino.it.
eil on N.ikalclo I'olul. tho most north
erly point of thu westerly part of tho
isianu oi aiiiiii.
About llerpiulier 1 1918, n dxi'I
white lensl.iuleiu light will bo ost'ib
llslicd nh'iut 00 fret nlxno llio.wulor
Illll tl) fepl Illl'lVn llln izrminil nn n
lend mimed mast hiiWug nt Its biho
a smnii unite nouso with io, roor and
Tho nppiiixlninto geographic posi
tion of this light, au taken riom Cuist
nnd flroilctlc Survey Churt No. lino,
Is In latitude, ninth 21 deg. 2 iiiln :
nnglliidc, west lSii drg. .Tl niln. (30
Ily order of thu Llglit-Hoiiso Iloird.
8TANFOIU) V.. MOSKS.
Lieut. Coiniii.iniler, II. S, N., Asslslaut
to tho Inspecliir, U'th I.. II. Dlbt.
Tlin 1IUITISII baik IMInbuigli,
Cuptnln I). MeKenzIo, inlvl fuiu
I.elth this foipiioon nnd dorked nt tlin
Oceanic wharf, where sho Is dlsclm;;.
Ing her cargo of gonei.il inuMiimliho,
eoiiBlgned to II. Hackfeld X Copipmj.
Thu trli from Lellh was Inlrly gn.-d
.Ins. Iioldcrston, tho only pisseiwcr
nn board, Is traveling around tho
woild for his health During the dip
a big shnik wns killed nnd hauled na
Loan! tho essel.
Tlin KINAU nnled this mornliu
from Kauai with the following height
V. K. sugar, ig5i) bigs, 10 bags n,.,.".
10 lugs tnio, 12 ni;s cnconniitH 1"
empty wlno casks, 75 bundles hides"
12 bundles pelts, 2(1 cases oi nines 7
bariels oranges, I automobile 'nj
';yUS:"nHIJIli:,epo.t mo b.gs
Till; IIAHK S C Allen ft KooIo
jesleiday morning fur ihmi'i!.CU
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycle
,t, ir?tor- S175- Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St. ,