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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1908.
Btsornc Ik hw
Honoli In Clnpter Hoy.il Arch.
Lei Aloln Chapter No. 3
Hawaiian Second Denrec.
AH visiting members of the
Order nro lordlnll Invited to
nttend meetings of (oral lodges
tfAltHOHY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening lit
7.30 In I. O. O 1'. Hall, Port Sticct.
i: 11 1IBNDRY. Secretary.
IlL'N. 1 VICKUU3, N. U.
All lsltln; brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of. P.
Meets every first n,nd third Fri
day evening ut 7:J0 In K. ot I. Hall,
corner Fort ;md llcret.inla. Visiting
brothers cordl illy Invited to attend.
. O. DI'.BP.INO, CC,
JA3. V.'. WIHTB, K.U.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LodFo No. GIG, B. P. O.
!:., will meet In their liill on Kins
near Tort Streot every l'rlday even-
lly order of llio B. U.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
VM. 11. McINBRNY, E. II.
Win. M'KINLEY L0DOE No.8, K.ofP,
Meats every 2nd nnd 4 til Satutday
evening at T:.10 oilurU In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort nnd Derctauin. Visit
ing hrotheis cordially Imlted to at
end. V. L. EltAiSKE, CC,
E. A. JACOIISUN, K.HS.
HONOLULU AERIE M0, F. 0. E.
Sleets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each mouth at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
Uerctnnla nnd Port streets.
Visiting Bnglcs nre Invited to At
tend. W. L. rRAZER, W., Prest.
II. T. JIOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Jleeto every llrst nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to nttend.
A. n AKLBIGH, Sachem.
A E. MURPHY, C. ot It.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This talc applies only to the main
store nt Eleeie. ,
To make room for a consirjnmcnt
of jjcods now on the way.
A Great deduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
I, E S 3 r II A N COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
13007" AND SHOES,
riATS AND CAPS.
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christinas trade in
our Liquor Department.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
with their new FRENCH
257 Btretania St Phone 1401.
Ihe Best Whisk'"' on the HartoU.
1'HOS F. McTIOLft CO.. AGENTS
101-105 KING'ST. ;
thonl ho. p. o. rox 755
, AN OUTING
R v in a brand new seven-seater. Call up
f ' . imnv 145S iml tl- fm-
C. H. BEHNI
from us, besides
you save money.
i;3 HOTEL ST. I
j Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
HEADS on GUMMED STICK
ERS, TAGS, and "NOT TO BE
OPENED TILL CHRISTMAS"
STICKERS give just the right
touch to XMAS PRESENTS.
HOLLY WRAPPING PA
PER and HOLLY GOT BOX
ES arc handsome and appro
priate. We 'have a large as
sortment. Hawaiian News Co.,
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only bjr the
931 FORT ST.
CHINESE and JAPANESE
Our new stock of these fine
mattings just in from the
Orient is one of the most com
plete and handsome we have
had this year.
Wo have just opened them
up, and are offerinc them at
exceptionally low figures. See
them before they are gone.
Lewers & Co&ke
177 S. King St. Phone 77.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL' REIS. Call np at aaj
time by telephone any one of these
numDers: zau. zuu, iu7.
At All Watchdealeri.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sti., Honolulu.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomechei The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
2Jay You have not tried your hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 c t i n
Want Ad. do the trying.
No fancy prices at the New England
Bakery, Hotel St.
Tonight. Freo moving Picture show
Kerr's, Alnkea street.
salt) of evening canes and coals at
Whitney & Marsh's on Tuesday morn,
Tako your carnage or antomobllo
to Hawaiian Cnrrltge Manfg. Co., for
William McK nicy I-odge. no. 8, K.
of P., will meet In K. of P. Hall, liar
ilson building, at 7:30 this evening.
All kinds of beer, elites and mixed
drinks are served In the host manner
at the Fashion. Just Rlc us a try.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Rev. O. Motokuwa left jostcrday for
Kula, Maul, In the steamer Clalullnc.
Ho will return nfter n months vaca
Members of the Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can nay their dues to
tho financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
Get vour name on the Hit at Wa-
terhouse Trust Co. for a cussless,
waitlcss, out-of-orderless, girlless
Tho first smoker of tho Commercial
Club will bo held at 8 o'clock this
evening. An attractlvo program hah
been arranged by tho entertainment
Tho Alexander Young Cafe Is be
coming very popular on account of Its
Una meals at reasonable prices. Tho
combination lunch and dinner nre
The Itesal Shoo Storo received over
1B.O0O ladles' Kegals In quarter slzt
by tho Hllonlan. Christmas orders for
Itcgnts mako very acceptable presents.
Call and see tho new stlcs.
Kuramoto, a Japancso employee of
tho Young hotel, was badly hurt cb-
Jcrday afternoon by being struck by
the elevator weights ns ho was clean
ing the windows of the elevator snail.
Wo carry so many good stylos, In
Hart, Schaffncr & Mnrx clothes that
all ou havo to do, to get Jtut what
j on want Is to come to our store and
ask us. Sllva's Toggery, King near
Let someono else do1 the running
Tvhilc you mako the money. Your t!mo
Is worth more to you than that of ouo
of tho boys from the Territorial .v.i-s-kenger
Tho fcnsatlon of the holiday season
will surely be tho Dolls' House con
test at Whitney & Marsh's.
Iludwctscr lleer Is guaranteed to bo
brewed of tho best hops and barley,
nnd warranted to keep In any climate.
No other beer Is sold under so strong
a guarantee. II. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd.,
Reis A Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
109 Short runs OOe and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rate for
shopping and calling,
Tho Water Works nnnounco tho
turning oil of the water on both
sides of Ilcretanla street between
Richards nnd Kaplolanl streets, be
tween the hours of 9 n. m. and 1 .
111., Nov 29th, 1908. See ad.
Representatives of tho i;awall Shin
po nnd Hawaii Japancso Dally Chron
icle wont down to Aloa day beforo yes
terday and addressed tho nudlcnco
which had gathered there to hear tho
8pcakcrB. Tho audience was unusual
ly large. Tho speakers" returned In an
Klflh day exercises wcro held yes
terday ovcnlng by the children at tho
Susannah Wcs'y Home, a very clov
er program being chjoyed by a num
ber ot friends of tho institution who
nttended as guests, the program hav
ing been arranged by Mrs. Mack And
JapaneBo Consul General Uycno, ac
companied by Elovo Consul Abe, will
go down to Walalua today, leaving at
3 o'clock In tho train. They will In
spect the plantation camps and will as
certain from tho Japanese laborers
data relating to plantation life. They
win probably return on Monday.
Thomas Warren swore to a warrant
jestcrday for tho arrest of Jos. Orccni)
charging tho latter wlih threatening
his life. Tho warrant sets forth that
after tho uso of obsceno language
Oreeno said: "Some day I'll put a
bullet through ou." Tho threat' Is
alleged to havo been mado on Novem
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
A coronerVJury last night rendered
n verdict In the caso of Prlvato K. It
Croxan, O Company. 20th Infantry. U.
S. A., of Fort Shatter, who was struck
by an auto on the tilght of November
8, and died November 23, that ho can s
lo his death "from Injuries received
by being accidentally struck by nuto
No. 215, driven by Manuol Itels, nt
the corner ot King and Maunaken
At tho Men's Illlilo class In thn par
lor of Central Union church tomoirow
morning at 10 o'clock tho subject will
be "Hebrew Legend nnd History The
Sources and Method of Composition
of tho Historical Hooks of tho niblo,"
Prof. C. II. Hitchcock and J. B. Hlg
gins will each present brief papers on
tho subject and then thcro will ho op
portunity for questions and discus
sion. Any man who Is interested in
getting At tho truth regarding tho orig
in of tho various books ot Iho Ulble Is
Invited to Join this group of meh Bun
day morning. Thirty-thrco men wore
thoro last Bunday.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co;,
62 S. KINO ST, PHONE 525.
THE BEST "F1TTEE8" IN TOWN.
High Power Wireless
Wanted By Government
WASHINGTON, I). C, Nov. 27. In his nnnual report, Hear Admli
nl Cow lea urges the building of more colliers nnd stales that tho devel
opment ot wireless telegraphy WaifMits thc establishment of hlgh-pow-(.red
stations at Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, nnd the Philippines.
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Japan And Britons
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 27. The llrltlsh Society entertained nt dinner
this evening Count Knto nnd other Jnpaneso dignitaries. Tho speeehei
wcro on the relations of Jnpnn nnd Great Urltnin, which wcro declared lo
bo stronger th.in ever. ,
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OUR SHIPS SENT TO CHINA
MANILA. P I., Nov. 27. United 8tatei Consul Denhy nt Bhnnghnl
has secured a gunboat to protect American Interests on tho rlcr and
WASHINGTON, I). C, Nov. 27. Admiral Hnrbcr, commanding the
Philippines Squadron, has ordered two csscls lo the Yang-tso river ns a
ONE HUNDRED WERE DROWNED
MANILA. P. I.) Nov. 27. Tho coaster Pdntlng. carrjlng laborers to
the rlco nelds of Pnngaslnnu, stmcU n reef near San Fernando, Union
Province, nnd sunk. One hundred people were drowned.
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FLEET SAILORS STORM-BOUND
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 27. Owln g to the gront storm prevailing here,
liberty men fioin tho Fleet havo been unable to return to their ships.
CARNEGIE IS ENTERTAINED
NKV YORK. N. Y., Nov. 27. Tho telegraphers entertained An
drew Carnegie tonight In honor of his seventy-third birthday.
AUSTRIA IS HEAVY LOSER
CONSTANTINOPLE Turkey, Nov. 27. Austria's los by thn Tmk
Ish boycott is estimated nt sovernl million pounds.
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ELEANOR COM PER SUICIDES
NKW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 27. Klcnnor Compcr, nn actress, has com
LONDON. Knglnnd. Nov. 27.
Our Big Store
DLL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT, commencing Dec. 1st,
Come early aud make your purchases'. Don't wait
until the last week.
We have HOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS to suit every
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT and MERCHANT STS.
GOES TO HILO ON
Captain William Howo, United
Statos inspector of Hulls, left last
night on tho steamer Claudlno for Hllo
and tho Island of Maul on a tour of
inspection. Ho expects to bo gone
eight days and while away will Inspect
tho Ktcamfr Hllo at Hllo and tho Les
lie llaldwln or Kahulul.
During tho past (wo weeks tho In
tpoctorB havo been kept working over
time. The Klnnu was Inspected on
Wednesday last, tho Inspection being
i-o arranged that It would not Inter-
Tho House of Lords has rejected Iho
leie with the regular trip of tho vessel
Other ships of the Inter-Island lino
weio inspected during tho week.
Captain Howb Is particularly well
pleated with thc condition In which ho
has found tho critft that ho has been
called upon to Inspect slnco coming
hero. Snld hoiesterday afternoon:
"Wo hne not had an opportunity lo
find fault with a slnglo vessel that wo
havo Inspected since coming to Hono
lulu. Tho ships aro till in llrst class
condition ami tho owucis nio evident
ly making every effort to keep them
THK MAUNA KKA brougli- 2.17
iheep and 287 bags of tnro from Ha
waii this last trip.
The following guarantee appears
of every bottle of
The King of Bottled Beers
"We guarantee that "this beer is brewed especially for our own
trade according to the Budweiser Process, of the best Saazer Hops
oariey, ana warranted to keep
No other beer is sold under so strong a guaran
teenone equals it in quality or sales.
Bottled only at the
St Louis, U. S. A. til
H. HACKFELD & CO,, Ltd.. Distributors. Honolulu. H. I.
I im rnneinu onnTS i I HUM t,H
.1 . M I t x
Saturday. November 28.
V FRANCISCO Deputed Nov 2.
8. 8. Alameda, 1 p. m. Tor loiiolu'ii
IAN FHANCIHCO-Arrlicd Nov. 28:
8. 8. Manchuiln, fiom Honolulu.
ON SITE MATTER
Tho committees of tho Chamber of
Commerce and tho Me roll mil h .sso
elation which weio appointed jvlir
day to take up the Federal iiiilldhm
slto mnttcr. wero both busy lln.i fmc
noon. Their members state that Ihey
will bo ready to submit their vepoits
at tho respective meetings ot tho
bodies which they lepuseiit, nct
llolh committees held meetings lliik
forenoon, nnd both decided to gather
together mote datn on tho subject 'm
foro g.)lng any further. The CliriiilxH
committee adjourned until Mont.iv
morning nt 9 o'clock. It will ropo.t in
fnvor of seiiitltiR tho decision tit the
Chnmbir lo Washington by rnhV, its
mail ndvlces would not be able (, got
there quickly enough to bo of any us"
ARRANGE FOR ELKS'
The officers of Honolulu I.odgo No,
fill!, n. P. O. i:iks will meet nt tho Op
ira House tomoirow altcrnoon at 2
o'clock for.n iehenrs.il of tho Klks'
Memoilal If.ty exciclses. which will be
held on Sunday, n week fiom tomor
row. I'miii thc plans, already well
under way, tho services this cnr will
exceed In beauty nnd cITtctlvcncBS nhy
'similar event In Iho pact. '
I Elks' Memorlnl Day Is celebrated In
lev cry P.lk lodge, on tho flist Sunday in
'December encli enr, and Is nlwajs
open to the public. Honolulu Lodge
will Issue invitations early next week
to friends of tho order to tho capacity
of the Opera House.
The oration of the day will be de
livered this j cur by llrothcr 15 A
Douthltt. while tljo eulogy will ho given
by tho Rev. llrothcr Leosild Kroll, of
Hooslck (N. V) Lodge No. 100.-,, ubii
is n resident of Mitul. The Symphony
Orchestra and a number of vocnl solo
IMs will furnish tho music for tho occa
sion. Tho Id. Rov llrolher Henry It
Restarlck, of San Diego (Cal.) Lodge
will pronounce tho invocation mid ben
ediction. ' j It Is reported that tho Navy Dcpnit
ment has contracted lo purchni.o i.'JOO
ohla ties fiom the Hawaiian Mnl-vgnur
Compnny for uso lu connection with
the Pearl Harbor fortiriciitlon wink
tho ties to be delivered at I'c til II. II
lior not Inter tlinu .laninry IS net
I Tho Department of Public Insiruc
tlofi has seemed into nctt of land at
Wnlltiku, Maul, fr tho Hawaiian
Commercial nnd Sugar Company, the
consideration being ono dollar.
I Jndga Dolo listened to Iho nrgument
on deiuurier In two b.iukruptcy c.tses
Mi- ' IU.Mg.LI -!.. t 9 LU
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
Shooting on rials and Tlilo Lands
of Mokntien and Honuku nntl ntljoln
lug tho Quarnntltiii (iniiiiulu In nm.
KAPIOLANI K8TATK, L1MITHD.
XTL"11 FIT, Grind, and Repair
v Glasses scientifically to re-
lieve strain nnd improve thc vision,
on the label
I'm II im. n tn- I KKct
3 iin' .1 m s M lo si n is M? o l
it i ,
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I i'i .v. l.M-i n n r, i; ; it
v is 10 M IUI (31 til s IIS
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SOI I 7
New moon Nov. 25 at 11:30 n. m.
Hawaiian standard time is lu liuum
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho morldlan ot 157
legrecs 30 minutes Tl o time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 bourc 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local ttmo for the
a hole group.
Saturday, November 28.
Stmr. Manna Kc.t, Freeman, from
Hllo, S a. in
Stmr. Noeiiu, Sack, from Hawaii,
8:05 n. in.
Ilr. S. 8. Kntunn, Lee, for Sjdney,
.i p. in,
Per ntinr. Mnuna Kei, from Hllo,
Nov. 2S .1. W. Itnlli, Mrs. Hath, Mas
ter Rath, II. W. Moppln, J. Dowser. P.
S. Dowser, A. W. Green. K. K. Mor
ford. Mrs. W. II. Hntton. M. Green-
li.uim, L. Grecnbitun, Mnster Hough,
R. I. Lllllo. W. 11. Shlpmnn, R G. Hen
(lcrtcni, Miss M. Knlhcnul, Master F.
Knhelnul, Joo Cohen, C. P. Morse,
Mrs. Morse, B. Madden. Mrs. II. Walk
pi, H. Holt. .1. A. Colburn. Mrs. Col
burn. Miss K. Colburn, C. II. Hull, C.
S. Hollow-ay, Mrs. Kalhcnul, J. II.
Ward, It. C. llrown, II. Apu, J. Chal
mers, Loo Joe, W. P. Knpttlanl, II. C.
Men, Miss C. Smith, A. K. Judd, J.
Mcachus, A. Deverlll, M. Houghtalllng,
W. Wngncr. W. Decker, Mrs. Decker,
Mnster S. Decker, C. K. Notley. .Mas
ter Kam Pol, Miss Ah On. Miss Ah
Ton. Mrs. Akahn, A. P. Tovoios, H. M.
Wells, Miss M. Traves, Henry Clark,
Saturday. Nov. 2S.
Temperatures fi a. in., 73: S ,t. in .
71; in n. in., 74; noon, 70; morning
Itnnnuctcr, 8 it. in.. 20.00; nbs'ilt.te
humidity. 8 it, in., r,.S03 grnlns per
cubic foot; lelatlvo humidity, 8 a m.,
03 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., 02
Wind 0 a. in., velocity 0, direction
N K.; 8 a. lu., velocity 8, direction N.
n.; 10 n. in., velocity 5. direction N. 15.;
noon, velocity 0. direction N. B.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended X n.
nu 47 Inch.
Tolol wind movement dtirlns 21
hours ended nt noon. 207 miles.
WM. B. 8TOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
TUB COLLIHIl Hcrmlston, which
nrilved Wednesday night fiom New
port News Willi n load or roil for the
local naval station, is receiving n eiat
of paint and the travel stains tcsultlng
from her long oitrncy n.-o being re
moved. When tho Knttina n'h io
day, the Hcrmlston will tako her plneo
at tho wharf and begin unloading oil
ON SATURDAY next Iho schooner
Klaureiico Wurd of the Pacific Coin
mciclal Cabin Coinpany, will lea'c f
the eablo stiitlon nt Midway T n 11 im
llttlo schooner was thoroiisbly Inspect
ed by Captain Howe, inspector of
hulls, last week, and Is now in readi
ness for her trip
TUB STBAMBR Knlorprlso of the
Matson lino and tho Texan of thu
Ameilcnn-IInwnllan lino, Bnlled ft mi
Hllo for tho Paclflc Coast on lliuis
day last, according to advices brought
b tho steamer Manna Ken t.nlny
TUB INTBR-IHLAND Htoahier M.iii
pa Koa arrived hero this morning tioni
Hllo with u good-sized passenger list.
Tho freight was light ami mosil, ol
i mlseeltnneoiis naluio.
TUB HARK Annlo .lolmson lioni
San KranclFco, nriheil at Hllo soslr
day nnd nt once began dlsch irjiitg
her miscellaneous cargo of mcr li.ui
dhe. JAPANESE CAMP BILL
fContlnncd from Peie 1)
will bo to thn effect Hint n ciiiii, en
nit bo constructeil imloss n niijoillv
of tho lestdenls lu it block which W "5
per cent residential, glvo tliei,- pen us
slon. This would, of coucso. bo plac
ing the camp In the nntitro of u pu'i'lo
litilsnnre, and this Is u matter thai is
causing serious thought,
A bill ptovldlng for n higher 'Irenro
has also been proposed, though ln.w tn
classify tho camps, as placed In cm
traitlstlnctlon to other bonrdlng ho-ws
Is a set Inns question It Is pr.vitl.-nry
certitln, however, that a bill of itnino
sort) affecting tho Jnpaneso rrmipu will,
bo put up to the LeRlslattirc. "
.AZAItUH In this city, Nov. 28, 1008,
Mrs. Kaulmakolo Lazarus, 72 jeais
of ago, funeral tomorrow nj II a.
m. Interment at Maklkl cemetery.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycls
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, ,
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