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EVENtNG DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., TUESDAY, DEC. 8, 1908.
mmih m mm
WEEKLY CALENDAR j
i Hawaiian Stated .
Occ.inlc Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandcry Ren
, ul.T- 5 p. m.
, Hawaiian Third Degree.
Let Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members ot the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 tn I. O. 0. P. Hall, Port Street.
i:. U. IIRNDKY, Secretary.
HL'N. 1'. VICKKRS, N. 0.
All biting brothers very cordially
0A1IU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day oentug nt 7:20 In K. ot P. Halt,
corner l'crt and llcrctnnla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to nttend.
A. G. DKmtINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, lv.Il.8.
HONOLULU LODOE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1G, IJ. P. O.
I:., will meet In their hull on King
near 1'ort Street every 1'rlduy even
lug. l)y order of the 13. It.:
1II3NKY C. KASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, 13. It.
W;. M'KINLEY LODOE.No.3, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ecnlng nt 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hnll.'cor. Poit nnd llcrctanln. Veil
ing hrntlicin (.ordlally Invited to at
tend. W. I,. I'ltAZEE, CO..
13. A. JCOIISON, ic.n.s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. K.
Meets on the 2nd und 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. t P. Hall, corner
Oerctnnl.i mid Kort streets.
Visiting 13agles are Invited to At
tend. W. I.. ritAZRE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets oicry first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttond.
A. H. ARMAGH, Sachem.
A. 13 MURPHY, C. ot It.
fc Only $4: each
I Coyne Furniture Co.
' EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
57 Brretania St. rhone 1491.
p ' 3 he Best Whisl on the Market.
L THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AOEN1S.
ft 101-105 KINO ST.
H&, TH01IE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
t AN OUTING
R in n brand new seven-seater. Call up
131 or lioa ana asic for
C. H. BEHN
Everything new. Goods received
on the AUmcJa, Most complete as
sortment vc have ever shown.
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT nnd UNION.
j Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down lawn hotel. Still and
brick slmclurs. Furnished it a ooil of
$150,000. Eteri comfort and oinnnl
met. On car lines transferring ti ill
parts of ell;. Omnibus nuts iD trains
and steamers. '
Now recognised si Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable Address ''TRAWETS."
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS.
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames, Made to Order.
30 KINQ ST. '
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka ilana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200. '200.' 1097." '" ""
At All Watchdealers. r
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
fi-t fiURE YflllMFI PI
Cm Pic U (or uoufttn
iiKio. "liUtluPl c; UiieirftiU.il
,THtEN J CHf tttCU.CQ.'1 " ') u tt '"
ONttHirnxo JW . 1 uy Minn
fkuM by nn-BTlaCsj.
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Tho rrcslilcnt'a message, thanks to
the prompt handling following ltd re
lease by tho Associated Press, by the
11 ti 1 1 o 1 1 n, has gono to the uttermost
parts of tho Islands mid la being rend
throughout the Territory at the same
time as' on tho mnlnlnnit.
This Is tho first tlmo In tho history
of- the" Islands that It has been pos
sible to handle such an Important state
document In this mnnner. The ting
le 1 1 n sent by tho outgoing malls tho
complete message this morning to all
Its subscribers of both the dally and
weekly throughout tho outside Islands,
and gives the full text to Its Honolulu
patrons for detailed perusal this even
ing. The nulle,tln admittedly covers
a wider field and reaches morn read
ers In tho Territory nnd city than any
other paper published and tho prompt
handling of tho Messago'ls not tho
least' of the proofs of superiority that
makes tho I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n tho best paper
LOCAL AND GENERAL
iW You have not tried your hard
est unless you hare let a B u 1 1 e t '. n
Want Ad. do the trying.
B. W. Plllor of Hllo left today for
No fancy prices at.the New EnglauC
Bakery, Hotel St, ' '
Shippers by Alameda of Mrs. Kearns
Xmas preserves please order early.
Ilalclwa offers opportunities for
rest. Tho accommodations and cuisine
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Until and son are
booked to leave In tho Alanieda which
sails tomorrow morning.
J. C. Cohen, accompnnlcd by Mrs.
Cohen, will leave for Snn Francisco
In the Alameda tomorrow morning,
Col. John T. Duker ot Hllo returned
to his home today In tho Mnuna Kca.
He will return after tho' Now Year.
All kinds ot boor, wine's and mixed
drinks 'art served In tho best manner
at 'the fashion. Just fctve us n try.
Inspector of Immigration R. C.
IJrown nnd Chlneso Interpreter Loo
J Oo will sail tonight in the Mlkahala.
If you Intend hating a turkey for
Christmas get in with tho wlso bunch
arid order today from tho Metropolitan,
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Delicious candy In a fancy box
makes an acceptable present to a
lady. Tlio Palm Care on Hotel street,
near Union, ca'n supply tho goods.
I Rycroft's soda are always tho best.
If -the soda water you havo been get
ting Is not nlwayB up to tho mark, try
Rycroft's. Fountain Soda Works,
I M. A. Ounst & Co. aro making a
'specialty of holiday goods'. The finest
cigars und tobacco, pipes, and smok
ers' accessories In stock. Christmas
packages pit up.
I A largo stock of Christmas hooks
for children nnd gronn-ups. In fancy
binding. All tho latest popular Action.
Wo are ojieii every night from now
till Chrlstmns. Hawaiian News Co,
The palm trado mark Ik on every
bona fldo documont and advertisement
of tho Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd. It
stands for reliability, h6ncst business
methods, and long business experi
ence. At 10 o'clock this morning tho P. M.
S. S. Mongolia, which arrived hero
jesterday from tho Coast, continued
on her way t,o Yokohama. Mall, pas
ecngera and freight were taken on
AL Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Our Japanese, Gold Paint is used for
artistic and decorative gliding ot any
article, sb a substitute for gold leaf.
Gold Ink and gold enamel are useful
In making Christmas 'presents. Low
ers & Cooko, Ltd.
'Our "Hawaii" and "Sterling" brands
ot water' hose aro specially'1 selected
for their" lino Quality. Th'cro Ib no bet
ter, hoso made. Ask for them at tho
Hardware Department. ' Thco. 11.
Davlcs A'Co., Ltd.
The American-Hawaiian steamer
Alaskan will sail from Puget'Sduhd
for 8an .Francisco on December 13.
Freight will bo taken on boardrat the
latter city' and, on Dcccmbor 19, tho
big freighter will start for this port.
Hrnvins ncro hovon nays later.
Tho freighter' Arionan of the Amor-lean-Hawaiian
line will sail this even.
lng"for Kahulul, Hllo and Kaanapall.
Freight will bo takon on board at all
tbr'eo ports and tho blgt'shlp' will' d-,
pari irom Kaanapall on December 12
Tho Arlzonan Is duo to nrrlvo In San
r.rnnclsco on tho' 13th, " - ""
Mrs. Martin Egan heforo her mar
rlage 71bb Eleanor Franklin war cor.
respondent, magazine writer arid tal
ented authoress, Is among tho passen
gers on tho Mongolia. Mrs. Egan Is
the wlfo of Martln"Egan. noad'bf tho'
Byndlcato that ownVthe"Mnlla Times
ana tne Manila cablonows.
London, Nov. 30'. Jimmy Brlt, the
San Francisco" HghtwelghVariil Ji lin-
ny summers, tho English lightweight
aro arranging to fight Fobruary 22 for
u ptirsfc of 14,000, offered by the Nil
tlonaL sporting club. '" "
A Moet Excellent Assortment of,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
B2 S. KING ST. PX0HS PM.
THE BEST "FITTER" 1H T0ip.
STANDARD OIL PROFIT
, " r J
NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 7.- It was developed nt the Standard Oil
Inquiry today Hint the Standard Company of Indiana, which Is cnpltnllzuj
nt $1,000,000., earned $55, 000,000. bolwccn 1899 and 1900. '
OVATIONS FOR 0 0NORESS LEADERS
WAStHNaTON, O. C Dec. 7. -'The Houso galleries were crowded .it
the opening ot Congress today. Sponkcr Cannon nnd Champ Clark, tho '
leader of tho minority, iccclvcd ovations, lloth, Houses adjourned out of
respect to the lnte Scuntor- Allison. '
CASHIER SHORT IN ACCOUNTS
HEALDStUmn, Calif , Dec. 7. Tho cnshlcr of tho Itank of Ilenld.H-
burg Is $120,000, short In his accounts. Speculations carried on by hln
father caused tho loos. VTho stockholders wilt reimburse the bank.
APPROPRIATIONS FOR THISYEAR
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7.---Tho Secretary of the Treasury esti
mates that tho appropriations needed by nil departments of tho Govern
ment for tho fiscal year ending in 13)0. will bo $824,408,94$,
EASTSIDE BANK HELD UP
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 7. Tho Enstsldc Rank was held up by throe
unmasked men today, who robbed It
ii i i
CHOLERA IN 3T.
ST. l'ETEnsilt'lKl. Russia. Do.
cases of cholera in the city n'nd eight
GOVERNOR GILLETT ILL
REDDING, Calif., Dec. 7. Governor Glllett Is ill In the hospital.
An Arrow Collar rightly chosen sets
right on your shirt, is becoming to
vour face and fits vour neck. '- for tic. J
CLUKTT. PF.AtlODV ft
Hawaiian ron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ 17.1SO
i ijfliHDiBi If
Tuesday Afternoon, pec. 8
PRICES $1, $2 and $2.50
Till: NK.W Japanese turblno liner
Chlyo Maru, twin sister to the Tenyo
Maru, will Icavo Hongkong for this
port December 26 on her maiden voy
age. Captain w. y. Grceno Is In com
maud or tho liner, V. Chapln is purs
er1 and William Ashman is chlot stew
''THE MAUI, which sails this after
noon will "take freight only.
A Kodak for Xmas
for those who have none;
latest improvements in
equipment for those
That's our suggestion
Come and ?ee our Stock.
HONOLULU PHOJO SUpPLYJty, Ltd., fot, below Hotel
of $16,000.', ,and escaped.
7. Them nre thlrtv-lhreo new
.kW M.M I .11
unreit Miir i
and Monument Works
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Reserved Seats at Berg-
strom Music Co., Fort Street
TIIK MAUNA KfcA. flagship of the ' ff 'E' J?fM"
Intir-rBland fleet, left today at noo'n.i1""" whenever possible
willing nt 12 o'clock. Sho curried mall
for Maul and Hawaii.
THE MIKAHALA will depart nt !i
o'clock todliv for Molokul. Mnul im.l
Lanul. Sho will return on Sunday.
THE IWALANI will go to Huwnll.
Her portrf of call will bo albng'thu
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Friday, Decmber 4.
NEWCASTLE Snlloil Nov. 29:
Noi-.kS. S. Mathilda, for Honolulu.
SAN KRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 4!
H. S. Lurllno. 1 p. tn., for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 1:
S. 8. Texan, from Hllo, Nov. 17.
KAHULUI Sailed Nov. '29: ,
S. S. Santii'RItn for 1'ort Harford.
The Tenyo Mnru of tho Toyo Klscn
Knisha, will sail from San Krnuclmc)
lor tho Orient on December 11. Tho
Tenyo will bring u largo quantity
of Christmas miill for this port. She
will nrmo Here on tne morning ot
The Nippon Mnru, which has tnk-
len the run ot the America Mnru, wilt
sail from Yokohama for tho tnnln-
land on December 9, Sho will nrrlvo
here on the 18th and will discharge
passengers, freight nnd mall, later
taking on board the mall for tho
COMMITTEE TO DRAFT
. ill T
(Continued from Pace IJ
A. I). Cnstio, was appointed to tnko
up the matter. ""
Chairman Atkinson of the Ccntrnl
Committee this morning gavo n list
of tho measures which it is proposed
to have the Republican m.ijority In
the Legislature pass. They aro ns
Resolution ngnlnst government by
Resolution In favor of n ship mo
uldy. Resolution commending tho woilt
done by Delegato Kuhlo.
Memorial to Congress asking th.it
citizen labor be cmplo)cd on tho Fed
eral works In Hawaii.
Memorial to the Delegate to anU
Congress to give the local Lcglslu
turo authority to pass land laws.
Tax law amendments.
Dill permitting the deposit ot Ter
ritorial and County funds In the
Resolution concerning the regula
tion of charges of private wharves.
Resolution that the Delcgnto se
cure from Congiess an Increase in
tho pay of legislators.
Hill appropriating funds for anoth
er Congressional party visit.
Hill appropriating funds for tho
Hill providing for the nsslstnnce
for the handling, transportation,
packing, refrigeration, and market
ing of fruit products.
Memorial requesting tho Delegate
to ask fiom Congiess an appropiia
Hon of S2SO.000 for Queen Lllluokn
Innl. Those present nt tho meeting were:
Territorial Chairman Atkinson, Sec
retary nnd Representative Castro,
IleMesentatlvcH Ing. Cohen, Cor
rca a'nd Knlclopu; Supervisor Ahla,
County Chairman Cooke, K. II. Mlkn
leml, II. M. vnnlIolt, K. II. Vocllcr,
nnd C. N. Mnraucs.
is 'the, only solid foundation for a suc
cessful business. We satisfy our pa
Monday, December 7.
i m. s. s. Moncolla. from San Fran-
ilsco, 3 p. in. r
Tuesday, ucccmuur o.
C.-A. S. S. Mnkurn, fiom Sydney,
S a. m.
tln.lau TyMni1ii1 V.
am tf. An tines fnr Kflllflft fltld
other Kauai jtorlH, 6 p. nt.
Strut. Nocau, fop Mnhukona nnd oth
r llnwnll lMirts, 5 p. m.
AUUBIMLJt UL'tlllluti u.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Yokoliama,
10 n. m. J J,
It. M. S. Mnkura. Glbb, for Vancouv
er, 5 p. m.
Per P. M. S. S Mongolia.' from 8kii
nnclsro, Dee. 7.-For Honolulu:
Mrs. Carl Adams and Inrant, Miss A.
M. Alexander, II. D. llaldwln. Mrs. II.
D. Dntdwln, It. C. .Reach. Mrs. It. C.
Reach nnd child. Miss J. II. Hockley,
Sister Hornndctte. E. F. Illshop, Mrs.
E. F. Ulshop, Miss I Rrougher, Mlsn
Ircno Hroushcr. .1 R. Hrynn. Mrs. .1, It.
Rrynn, Miss Mnrgarct Ilrynn, S. Cas
mly, Jr., W. It. Castle, Jr.. Mrs. W. It.
Castle. Jr., Mrs. V. II. Charlock. Mrs.
Lydln-H. Coan, C. D. Coffin. U M. '
Cohn, Mrs. L. i. Colin, D. W. Cooko.
Mrs. D. W. Cooko and Bon, Miss Grnco
Cooke, Thos. J. Costelto, Mrs. Thos. J.
Costcllo, Mrs. P. W. Crnlg, Miss V. J.
Curtis, Geo. V. Drake. R. It. Elgin,
Chcslcr II. Ellis. Mrs. Chester It. Ellis,
Sister Fnvln, Fothur Leontlnt Fnr
rand. Walter A. I1schor. Mrs. Walter
A. Fischer, John M Fuller. Geo. U.
Gait'. Mrs. Geo. II. Gale, Wm. 11.
Gat In, Mrs. Wm. II. Gnvln. Master
James Gavin, Miss Frnnccs K. fllllct.
W. M. Ornnt, T. P. W. Orny. C. Hcde
mann. Mrs. C. Itcdemann, P. L. Ash
ley, Mrs. C. II. Henderson, Dr. Hoff
man, Mrs. C. P. WlndoRs Holvoot.
Mrs. W. D. Holt, yiss Florenco Hutch
Ins, Mrs. C. S. Jcnncss. Alfred Jouen,
Mrs. Alfred Jones, Master Alfred
Jones, Master Harold Jones, Rov.
Father Jullotto, Miss K. Magoon, Sis
ter Maria, Sister Maurlcla, Win. J. Mc
Oee, Mrs. Wm. J. McGeo. A. J. Mc
Wnln. Mrs. A. J. McWnln. L. F. Moul-
ton, Mrs. L. F. Moulton, Henry1 C.
Mjors. w. P. Nomiln. C. H. Olson, Mrs.
C. rOr.mgo. Miss Mollka Petersen. W.
C. KnuiHoy. Mrs. W. C. Ramsey, Slstor
Iteglnn, Mrs. C. Rlngcnhach, John
Rnomanls, Mrs. W. M. Roso, Master
Jos Hoso. W. 8. Shaw. Rudolph
Sprockets. Mrs. II. R. Stephens, Mrs.
Wm. E. Taylor, W. W. Thurston. Geo.
I.. Tottcnhnm. Mrs. Geo. W. Town-
send, It. D. Underwood. Mrs R. D.
underwood. Rov. John W. Wndman,
Jas. Warrington, Capt. Howard White.
U. B. A.. Mrs. A. Wlrtz, Mailer Hall
Wlrthz. P. W. Hawnrd. Mrs. P. W
I Inward, Wm. Kurtz Johnson, Mrs.
Elizabeth Kraft, Edw. P. Kraft.
Per It. M. 8. Makura, from Sydney,
Dec. 8. Mrs. Alley, Miss M. Rell, F.
Brandon, Mrs. F, Uranilnn. Mrs. C.
Berwick, Mr. Radian, Mrs. Urew, Mm.
II. It. Cliff. Miss Hilda CHIT. Mrs. n. II.
Crease, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Coullcr.
Misses Coulter (2), Miss P. Carter.
Durand Churchill. W. E. Dosplaco, Mlsa
Dunstnn, Miss D. Dunstaii. Miss G.
Dunstnn, Mrs. J. T, Fulchcr, Mr.
(rant, Mrs. Ornnt, Miss Gray, Arthur
Illntoii, Mrs. Arthur Illnton, Miss Hay;
Mr. Hownrd. It, O. Hnrtlngton, Mrs.
It. O. Hartlngton, Mr. .Hoaro, S. II.
Johnson, Mrs. S. II. Johnson. Frank
Jarvts, Mrs. Luxton Loney and rhlld,
W. D. Loid. II. SI. Laws, It. S. Mcoro.
Victor Martin, Miss McKcnu, G. B.
Pcllon, Miss C ParrisH, W. D. Page.
II. L. Piper. Mrs. Pallch and child, n.
T, Rogers, Mrs. n. T. Rogers, Mr. Hob
prison. Mr. Robeitson. Misses Robert
son (2). Mrs. Ilcdpath and two chil
dren. C. A. Rutherford, Sirs. C. A.
Rutherford. Mrs. M. Rlloy. Mr. Sowell.
S. Turner, Mrs. Jackson Tnylorf, Mlsa
Ircno St. Clnlr Talor. Miss Thomas,
II. W. Vnrna, Mr. Whybrow, Mrs.
Whjbrow und child, 11. Williams, Mr.
Willing.. MIsK Weeks.
1 PAS8ENQER8 DEPARTED 1
Per P. M. 8. 8. Monciilln fnr II..,
Orient, Dec. 8. Dr. nud Mrs. Hum-
pnns, airs K, L. stovenson, P. P.
Rronson, Mrs. P. D. Rronsoii, MUii
Ruth Davis. II, Illllls, Mrs. II. Hlllls,
Mrs. II. C. Ronolds, A. Sidles.
j PASSENGERS BOOKED T
Per S. 8. Alnllll'iln fnr Him I.Vn.
Cisco, Dec. 0. 10 a. in. Mrs. ndrr.
.miss a. i.. Hears, Mr. Hatton, (1. C.
Miller. Miss II Woodwnrd. Miss K. A.
Lennox. Mr. nml Mm II M r,.l .... i
t chlldien, Wm Kent, wlfo' and chll
dicn, ilrs. .1. M, Petto and 2 children,
u. ii. wens, j. u. cohen and wife, J.
W. Rath, wlfn ninl t.nn Mlu. ?atu.
Joidmi, A. P. Slndehnnd, L. M. Soars.
... ... uniiifi, i-. o, uunsuil, u. II.
'Irorgu. P. I j i.'.
j WATERFRONT NOTE8 '(
the: ke Air imir uin nit .m ,
day for Kauai. Rim win mm. i ......
bring freight from tho Koolau porta of
II1U UJ1IIUI1 ISIillltl.
THE W. G. HALL ttlll le.no this ,-,f.
tnriifirtu fni In., I m.. ..
locli. "U b""9 "' 5
TIIK KINAU lll reliirn fiom Kniuil
(omoriow nmrnltnr .ii,.i.. .(
o'clock " h """"'
- . . . "
BULLETIN ADS PAY -
Sea Wrens, $100,
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CvcIe
Motor, $175, Comtilete
'HE CHAHLES D. wSbs. BOAT
v AND MAOTINBW0BXB
King St, opposite South St.
i&atA&mimiLM. kaWasw: toiMiw. .1. .&.-& .j.:if.,ify 1 J HiV& .. ? ' ,.