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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 1908.
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.MONO A V
Hawaiian Stated .
Oceanic Tlilril Denrce.
Honolulu Commandcry Rep
ulir 5 p. m
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
AH v lilting members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. 0. 1. Hall, Tort Strcot.
13. K. HENDRY, Secretary.
UEN. T. V1CKEKS, N. O.
All visiting brothcis very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7 .10 In K of I', llnll,
corner l'cit nnd llcrctaula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. (1. DEERING, C C,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.It S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, U. r. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street overy Friday even
ing. lly order of the H R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MtlNEItNY, E. n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7 30 o clock In K. of P.
Hall, tor Fort nnd llmctanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. w. l nt zee. c a.
E. A. JACOIISON', K.11.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 1th AVED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In If. ot p. Hall, corner
Deretnnla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nre Invited to at
tend. W. I,. rilAZEB, W., Treat.
II. T. MOOltE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet3 every first nnd third Thurs
dajs of each month at Knights of
Pjthlas Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend. ,
A. n. AKLEirW, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
j Gaily $4 each
Coyne Furniture Co.
FXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new I RENCH
57 Brrctnnia St. Phone 1491.
The Best WWil on the Market.
' THOS. F. MoTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
THONE MO. 1 0. BOX 755.
in a brand new scven-seater. Call up
101 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
iiitt.rfi. ii- iA. w a
Everything new. Goods received
on the Alameda, Most complete as
sortment we have ever shown.
HOTEL ST. bet. TORT and UNION.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
DUCKS AND GEESE.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KINO ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
Auto for. Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call np at anj
time by telephone any ons of these
numbers: 290. 800, 1087.
At All Watehdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO SU Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
A HANDSOME GIFT
BER0STR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Id.
BEROSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Id.
STILL THE BEST
Old Kona Coffee
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD,
Carr age'Repai.ing '
BOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. L. PETERS
!PeT-"For Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL m GENERAL
W You have not tried your hard
est unless you hate let a B u 1 1 e t ', a
want Ad. do the trying. ' ,
AL Thurlow for a'lunch or dinntjr.
No fancy tirlces at the Mow Edklftui
Bakery, Hotel St.
tShltmcrs br Alameda ot Mrs. Kearns
Xnfas preserves please order early. "
All kinds of beer, vines and mixed
drinks are served In 'the best manner
at the Fashion. Just Hive us a try.
If you are looking; for any ot jour
friends go (to the VTwo Jacks" and
jou'll nnd them.
A Rood drink with pleasant company
Is n treat! Tom(McTlghoof tho Prog.
ess Saloon can give you the treat, '
Illdo In the swclt'Studebakcr driven
by tho export chaffeur, M. T. Lute.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Garage.;
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
t eod Co , agents.
Before making jour Xmas purchases
kco J, Cnrlo, Fort street. Ho hns on
sale ever) thing In tho lino of Jewelry,
musical Instruments, etc.
The Chamber of Commerce will hold
o special meeting thin afternoon to dls
cubs the matter of Its attitude In re
gard to the coastwise shipping law.
Hascgavva, n Japanese, nan sent to
Jail for thirty das this morning on a
ihargo ot larceny In tho second de
gree. Ho had stolen a hen from Link
Thirty-six additional postal votes on
tho Federal site question havo been re
ceived by the Merchants' Association.
Of these 33 favored tho Mahuka and
threo the Irwin site.
Beit 4 Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
188 snort runs 0OS and 11.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping aid calling.
specials at eacns' ror Thursday and
Friday, baby ribbon and figured sllko
llnc at 1-3 off. Specials for Saturday,
embroidered stock collars, and long
cloth. See Saturday and Bund ads.
Captain Moses, U. S. N Lighthouse
Inspector for the Hawaiian Islands, de
parted je&torday on (he Mlkahala for
Maul and Molokal, on (ho final round
of his it.spcctlon ot tho lighthouses.
The Territorial Grand Jury was in
session all morning disposing of n
largo number ot small committal
cases. It Is probablo that the alleged
Iollco graft will be taken up this af
ternoon. Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
On Fort street. In tho Love Build
ing, is n splendid window display of
Xmas gifts, ranging in price to suit
everyono. M. It. Counter, tho proprt
ttor, made a special effort this year to
parchaso a stock to suit tho trade.
The Ministerial Union held a meet
ing last Monday, nt which C. H. Dick'
ty was appointed chairman of tho
committee looking up the divorce
question, In tho place of Thwlng, who
has gone to China. Tho committee Is,
to report next month.
Subscription for tho automatic tel
ophono service nro coming In fast. If
jou want jour namo In tho first tele
phone book. It Is desirable to get your
namo on tho list ot once. Hawaiian
Tolegraph and Telephono Co. With
Watorhouso Trust Co , Ltd. '
To the accompaniment of music by
the Hawaiian band, and tho cheera of
the crowd that thronged the Oceanic
wharf, tho Alameda got under way
thortly after 10 o'clock this morning
for tho mainland. The passengor list
was short, but thoso that did go wero
given a royal send off by their frleni'S
here. The Alameda carried a heavy
One hundred mules for tho local de
pot quartermaster's office will arrive
hero by the Malson lino steamer Lur
lino Filday morning. After tho cus
tomary two weeks quarantine, Hie
mules will bo 'turned overto tho local
army authorities. It B supposed that
martar carriages for tho Diamond
Head fortifications will orrlvo nt the,
eameitlmo. ' V X
Tho world's best uhoo for tho,price.
Geo. E. Kcfth t Co. of Campello.
Mass, aro ono of tho largest 'manufac
turers of shoos In the United 'States
They havo built up an enormous bus
Incss .vnd experience has taught them
to glvo perfect comfort and satisfac
tion In every pair. Tho 'name Walk,
Over Is famous overywhero; In fact it
Ib tho only American ahoe matlo that'
is sold In exclusive stores In tho largo
keen competition In tW shoo .business'
oui noining so rar has been producod
to beat tho Valk Ovor. Oeo. E. Keith,
tho man whoso 'knowledge of shoo ex
cellence is proven by tho, fact that 'ho
pins his faith and hln toftune-'by tho
trustworthy Walk-Over. These tram
ous shoes may be bought In Honolulu
at mainland prices from .I(. B. Kerr
& Co, Ltd, Anno'blgtockjiof all
newest etylos Just received.
Btaak boot ot an .aorta, .ledger,
tc. Aanufaetared by tha BaJattaJhib
A Most Excellent Assortment .of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
LnOTlD ' " (I
B2 S. KING ST. -TrnW M
THE BEST "FITTEir IN TOWS.
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BATTLE WITH FANATICS
KANSAS CITY. Mo Dec. 8.. There vvns a battle' Inthe heart of
the city today beCwtcn'Trllglotn ta.tatlcsiand the police., One policeman
wns killed and four seriously wounded.
Child killed. , ,.
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Guatemalan Minister Shot
WA8HINOTON. D. C . Dec.
ter f Foreign Affairs, has been shSt,
Urte.iOuatemalan Minister to,VahlnslohT '
WAKtsfcttatn. Mass . Dec. 8.
his two daughters todnj nnd,rnn am'uck, sobMrig at everjbody ho met
In the streets nnd wounding one man." 4
HURT IN HIS
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. S.
tee planter, was seriously hurt to(Uy
IlEnXIN, Germany, Dec. 8. The
ing for f 2,000,000. worth of ammunition for Infantry nnd iirllllcrj.
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CATHOLIC MY3TERKIU8LY SHOT' '
8T. LOUIS, Mo, Dec. 8. Francis Hlrschbcrg, n prominent Catho
lic, was mj-sterlously shot today at his home.
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NIOHTRIDERS HELD FOR MURDER.
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UNION CITY. Tcnn., Dec. 8. Eight Indlttmcnlji 'fer murder havo
been brought against the Heel foot ntghtrldcrs.
HEN. SIMON IS
PORT AUil'UINCB, Hnjtl, Dec. 8. General Simon has assumed tho
Presidency. of H&ytl and appointed his Cabinet.
m i i m
180,000. WESTERN UNION LOSS
NEW YOltK, N. Y., Doc. 8. Tho Wcstorn Union's warehouse burn
pd today, causing a loss of U0,000.
TAFT, RED CROSS PRESIDENT
WASHINafoN, D. C Dec. 8. President-elect Tft has been rcclco-.
ted presldehtiofithc Ked Cross.
IN SUGAR DIVIDENDS
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A number ot Important chnnges In
the dividends paid Jyjtomo of tho plant
latlons-of which Drawer & Co. nre the
agents, were 'announced today, tho'
changes bolng tho results mf mectlngi
held jestcrday by tho board of direct
ors of tho Onomea Bugar Co , Hononiu
Sugar Co,, Walluku Sugar Co , Hawaii
an Agricultural Co, and tho Pcpeekco
dugar Co, In ono caso tho rate of the
dividend was raised and In others low
ered. In all cases tho dividends will bo
payable monthly, commencing In Jam
uary and will be continued until fur'
thcr action Is Liken by tho directors
Tho Onomea BugJr Co. dividend,
payable January 5, will do ZH per
cent. Heretofore this plantation has
been ,paj lng 5 per cent monthly.
The Honomu Buga'r Co. will pay n
monthly dividend of l4 .percent, paj-
able January 5. This .concern has
been .paying 2 per'cent.
Tho WallukuSiigat Qg...w!lJ,jqn4h.c
other hand, Increaso Its rato of paj
ments, paying 1W .icr cnt monthly.
The Home of Rainier Beer
twa-iBiVis fmm m wmiWKiWMi s-trfSiimx
miB&tf&MiAii. aM..lliVt:'L't 1""TTT Mfa-efr MiniTr -hT"" "V
l'kts- s ii?f'ii,tu:j.Bi xtj'i a :xviaiaiaiaiaiaHf!iy, at-mmmujFriS.i'
ivrTiri''urtwF;T,viii?'.jiaHriDf'tvvxj-L-T-i rrrrm a,'iv tw.', nair uevuBDBav
. m'" . 1 J
The Superior Quality of Rainier Made
v l .. klA ki dutsXimrt
Ono fanatic was wounded nnd a
8-r.encral Harriott. Guatemalan Minis
probably fnortallyby .Sonor H.ir-
1 1 in
Hiram ItadKer.Nin Insane man. klllc I
Gen. Drummond, n Torto Hlco cot-
by tho overturning ot his uutonio-
Turkish Government is negotiat
beginning January 10, whereas It has
tnly been pajug 1 lcr cent.
The Popickeo Bugar Co, It Is ail'
nouueed, will pay n 1 per cent mouth
Ij dividend, paj able Jan. 10, while It
has foimcrly been paj lng 2 per cent
.The HnwnllanAgrlcultural Co. divi
dend tho directors decided to leave
unchnnged at 1 per cont a month. The
Unit 1t lliceo will bo Ktjable January
HIRAM BINGHAM IS
OFF ON Lp CRUISE
Shortly before 1 o'clock this morn
ing, the missionary schooner Hiram
Illngham weighed anchor nnd start
ed for tho Gilbert islands. Thero
was n good crowd nt the wharf u
witness her departure, nnd she was
towed from ,hor berth amid a storm
It was the Intention to, sail nt 10
o'clock this moinlng, hut ,tho non
arrival ot the crew of liavvailans
which Cnptnln Walkup shipped hero
mado the delaj necessarj'. When tho
crow did nrrlvo, the schooner vyas got
ten under way without Incident
Farewell services were' conducted
at the wharf yesterday afternoon in
honor ot tho Hiram nlricham's nn-
'proachlng departure. Tho services
were undor tho nusplces of tho Ha
waiian Hoard of Missteps.
Bulletin. BusineMfioe Those 3A
WnlUHn VHitnrfsl Vonni Phone 188.
thVL: . , .Xn,.f !i ,t. ff"p. . . iL,. fl . nn,
Wednesday, Dee. 9, 1tS8
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Dec d:
S. 8. Nippon Mam, fur'Hoiioiulu
BAN FRANCISCO Balled Dec. 9! ,
8. 8. Nippon Mam, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 0:
6. S. Mtssourlan, for Ballnn Crui.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Dec. 9:
8. 8. Virginian, for Ban Frunclsco.
Tuesday, December 8,
PALINA'ORUZ Arrived Dec. 7:
B. S Mexican, from San Frnnclnco.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 8:
8. 8. Hllonlnn. henco Dec. 1. '
SEATTLE Arrived Dec, 8:
S. S. Alaskan, from Ban Francisco
Friday, December 4.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Nov. 29:
Nor. S. S. Mathilda, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Deq. 4:
8. 8. Lurllne, 1 p. m , for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 4:
8. 3. Texan, from Hllo, Nov. 17.
KAHULUI-Snlled Nov. 29:
8. S. Santa Rttn for Port Harford.
Wednesday, December 2. '
SYDNEY Arrived Dec. 1:
8 8. Aorangl, hence Nov. 15.
Tuesday, December 1,
SEATTLE Balled Nov. 30:
S. 8. Columbian, for San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 1:
P. M, S. S. Mongolia", 2 p. m., for
Monday, November 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Nov. 28:
Schr. II. C. Wright, ror Mnhiikonn.
8. S. Moxlcnii, for Ballnu Cruz.
8. 8. Alameda, 1 p. m., for Honolulu.'
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 30:
S. S. Tcnj o Marti, 0 n. m , henco
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 28:
B. S. Mnnchurta, hence.
MANILA Arrived Nov. 21:
U. S. T. Dlx, hence.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Nov. 30:
Schr. Ilangor, henco.
MONTEREY Arrived Nov. 30:
Rosecrnns nnd Mimteiej, henco.
II1I.O Arrived Nov. 24:
Dk. Anntu Johiiton, from San Fran
cisco Saturday, November 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Departed Nov. 2V;
B. S Alameda, 1 p. in , for l(vii!u:n
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 28:
S. 8. Mnnchurta, from Honolulu.
LORD RETIRES FROM
That E. J. lnl will retire from tho
Pllllnghnm Company Is said to bo tho
Information received by Mrs. Lord In
n cnhlcgrnm from her husband, who Is
now on tho mainland. No particulars
concerning tho transaction havo been
Inuulr y nt the ofllceH of tho Dilling
ham Compnnj In Hie Btangcnwiild
Lulldliit. today buiimht I ho Information
Hint no official communication has
been lecelved thcie, nnd that nothing
if. known concerning Lord's retire
ment, other than a rumor that ho hns
disposed or his Intorcsts in tho busi
Lord went to Washington n short
lime ago to bo present, nt 'he opening
of tho bids for the Pearl Harbor dredg
lng work. It Is tmuposcd that the con
tract, will bo mvuidoil to the Dilling
"For Rent" cards on tale at
I is the onlv solid foundation far a mr.
lcessful business. We satisfy our pa-
irons wnencver possible.
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IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, December 9.
Stmr, Klnau, Gregory, from Kauai,
1:15 a. in. , ,
Am. schr. C. A. Fair, Peterson, from
Aberdeen, 8 a. m. f
Wednesday, December ,
Am. schr. Hiram Bingham, Walkup.
for Gilbert Islands, 1 p. m.
' O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, for Ban
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Tuesday, December 8. t
Br. B, S. Hcrmlston, ror Nowcaatlo,
3 p. nt. '
Stmr. Nllhnii, ror Hawaii ports, 3:1'
A.-ll. 8. S. Arlzonan, Nichols, for
Kahtiltil, 4:50 p. m.
Stmr. Ko All Hou, for Knual porta.' 5
1 . in.
8tmr. Mlkahala, ror Molokal ami
Maul ports, 5:10 p. in.
R, M. 8. Makura, Ollib, lor Vltlorlu
and Vancouver, 5:10 p, in.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, Tor
Kauai ports, 5:20 p. m.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai, Dec.
&. Mrs. W. Pota, Miss M. Aklna, IJ.
H. Weed, wlfo nnd child, Mrs. J. Cunn
ingham, W. K. Wilson, F. Biirkhnnlt,
M. Patton, Ikcda, W. Ilalloy, C. W.
Spllz, A. Blackstad nnd 48 deck.
I PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED (
Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Dec. 9. Miss A. L. Scars, Miss
P. A. I.cmmon, Miss Jacobs, Miss 11.
Woodward, V. Ljne, Mr. and Mrs. It.
M. Coke and four children, Mrs. C.
Rohnsknpff, Wm. Kent, wife nnd child,
J. C. Cohen nnd wire, V. E. Conkllng.
Mrs. Patterson and child, Miss 8.
Campbell. W. C. Hair, A. P. Slnde
land. I.. W. Scars, O. It. Haver, C. II.
George, P. 8. Dow son, J. II. Wnrren.
Per C-A. S. 8. Makura, ror Vancou
ver nnd Vlctprla. Dec. 8 Mr, and
Mrs. C. L'sbnrno. T. J. Thorscn, O. W.
Muppln, Bishop S. E. Woollcy, Miss It
Woollcy, Miss M. B. Combs, Miss II.
P. Davis, H. C. Denny, Miss Gladja
Graham, Mrs. L. R. Parker, O. Silver
man, Alexander Humo Ford.
THE STEAMER Klnau this morn
ing brought the following cargo from
Knunl: Sovcn tons of scrap Iron, 100
hags of rice, 9 empty gasollno drum,
30 bags of cncoamits, 10 bags of cof
fee; 21 crateB of oranges, 4 barrels n'
oranges nnd 90 packages or siindrlcii.
LADEN WITH lumber tor tho O.ilm
Milling Company, the American
ichooncr C. A. Fnlr, Captain Peterson,
nrrlvcil this morning fmm Ahcrdcoii.
Washington, excel cut weather
throughout tho entlro trip Is reported.
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Hcl
uio Is being gotten rapidly Into shnpo
for Insptctlon. Extensive minor r
pairs have been mado and tho ship i
about rcadj to icrelvo a cou( of piinl.
Wbik on the Lcllehua cantonment
hns begun. Lumber was sent, out
jesterdny morning and later in tho
day H crew of men stirted for the
fceeno of tho new camp. Work will
bo rushed along h inpldly as pos
sible) from now on. 't'VTTllfl
H Is oxpectcd thnt tho schoonei,
bringing lumber from Pugct Sound,
which left Seattle tho same day thnt
the Alameda sailed from San Fran
cisco on her Inst trip, will nrrlv-j
hero within tho noxt few davs. Thn
rrrlval of the lumber will enable thn
constructing quartermaster to start
work (full blast, i
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HAWAIIAN HUI !
This evening, tho officers and hharo
holders of flio Aloha Corporative Com
pany will hold n meeting In tho Kahl
llaulanl Hall on Kukul s'rect at 7:30
o'clock. One of tho principil mattere
to bo discussed tonight, will bo tho
capitalization of tliu concern. It la
Mild that a largo number of prnmlnont
peoplu havu signified their willingness
to tnku shares, picvlded rules and rog
illations havo been suitably drawn.
John T. Baker ot Hllo, tho promoter
and the prosldent, will return after
Ihn new jenr, whon another meeting
will bo called to mako final arrange
ments preparatory to starting tho bus
PETERSON Dec. S, 1908, to Mr. nnd
wrs u. i 1'otcrafin, In Honolulu,, jr.
II , a son.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complate.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKER'S, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
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