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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY. DEC. IB, 1908.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular, 5
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of tlio
Order aro corillally Invited to
uttouil meetings of local lodges
IIAHM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In 1. O. O. 1'. Hall, Tort Street.
K. H. HKNDItY. Secretary.
hen. r. vicicinis. n. g.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of I. Hall,
torncr l-'crt nn) llerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DKEIUNO, C.C.,
JAS. V.'. WHITE, ic.n.s.
HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu l.odgo No. 016, 11. P. O.
13., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. l)y order of the- E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
',VM. H. McLNEKNY, L R.
r7ci. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Sleets every 2nd and 4tli Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. nf I.
Hnll, corTl'oit and Itcrctanla. Vlsll
lug brothers coidlnlly Invltod to at
tend. W. I.. I'ltAZCB. CO..
E. A. JACODSOX, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEKIE 140, J. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
ucretanl.i and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
'.V. L. FRAZKE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TEIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meoto every flrfct and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. AKLE1GH, Sachem.
A. B. MUKPI1Y, C. of It.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tin
with their new FRENCH
2S7 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
, , McTighc Favorite
Wi'&k Tlle Best Whiskey on the Market.
W ST TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-lOj KING ST.
PHONE 140. . P. 0. BOX 755
ri) L in ft lrand new seven-seatcr. Call up
yf BR 101 or 1453 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
f REDUCTION SALE from Saturday
6th, LADIES HATS from $2.00 up.
1023 NUUANU ST.
if" Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
, I'Lunmuu and i-aihtinu.
&4 oraco. Honolulu Painting Co., 221
wt iung at,; i u. no:: ui..
a im m : ; w i i u i i
I KING ST, NEAR BETHEL
NJ?f dealers jn lu-Mture Mattresses
7 'itc, tic. Ail Minis of kua and
it MISSION FURNITURE Made T(
LUNCHES and DRINKS
fc j The most popular
piacc m to'vn.
i ru n-.,.i.:- c-.i-.-
I lie IrtMllUll JdlUUll,
il Hotel St. near Fort.
. Jack Scully, Jack Roberts,
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PIAN $3.00 A DAY UP
1 A new down (own holil. Steal and
brick structuro. Furnished at a ceil el
$150,000. Enrj contort and eonienl
cats. On car lines transferring to all
parts ol city. Omnibus raeeti all tralnt
Now recognized as Hawaii
an Island Hcadquartcn.
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1908,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Corner of King and Alakea Streets
1'iuorcd by Instructions from J. V.
Colburn. Hsi., executor under the
will of Divld Knwanaitakoa. deceas
ed, I wilt roll on the premises us
nboe, nt hour named,
OF THE LATE
Prince David Kawananikoa
JAS. F. MORGAN,
i Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
When you set
us to make
Our $25. golti
GEO. A. MARTIN,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
FOR SALE AT. ALL, BARS
STILL THE BEST
Olil Kona Coffee
HENRY MAY'& CO., LTD.
Oovernor Mngoou hns completed
the draft ot his decree convening tl;o
Presidential ulectorh at Havana on
Dec. 19, and the Senatorial electors
on tho same dnte at the capitals of
the icspoctlvo provinces.
LOCAL A GENERAL
Tf vnn liav a Yinttn nntuirhinitv
to offer, persist reasonably, in B u 1 -letin
want advertising it and it
'will apoeal to the right person,
I At. Thnrlow for a lunch or dinner.
A hnndxomc cnlctular Is ticltiR Klvcu
away by tho Mutual Telephone Co.
I Take your carrligo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlitgo Manfg. Co., for
I A number of Hulled States Army of
ficers departed today In tho steamer
A. Ahrcns, manaRcr of one of tho
plantations on Hawaii, returned to
his homo today.
if you aro looking for any of your
friends bo to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Call at the B u 1 1 c t i n office and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes,
nido In the swell StudcVaker driven
by the expert chalfcur, M. T. Lutr.
Phone 191. Royal Hawaiian aarago.
Havo your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Port and Merchant streets. Tele
Just In time for Chtistmas a fino
itock of Mason's colors for china paint
Inn has arrhed at (Surrey & Co.'s
The Fire Department announces
that It will test boxes 28 and 29 sonic
llmo tomorrow, probably In the after
noon. Among the passengers who left in
tho Mnuna Ken today was II. P. Dil
lingham. Ho sailed for Hawaii on
Postofllco Inspector Hare sailed to
day for Maul and Hawaii. Ho will In
spect practically all tho important post
offices on tho Islands.
C. A. Long, trustee for J. K. Sum
t or ct nl., has commenced ault to fore
close a mortgago for $2500 against R.
W. and Mark K. Davis.
Rycroft's sodas aro tho purest and
highest In quality. Their purity Is ab
solutely guaranteed. I'hono orders to
270; deliveries mado promptly.
Automatic Tclcphono operators nov
it got tired or Cioss. Their norves
lira steel. Call at Waterhouso Trust
Co. and subscribe tor an automatic
Wo mako n specialty of putting up
Christmas packages. .Wo absolutely
gunrantco the quality of tho goods wo
tel ec t for you. M. A. Qunst & Co.,
King and Port streets.
Reis & QuUin are now located at
the Young Hotel Anto Stand Phone
188 Short runt 80c and ? l.OO By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Alter connocuon is made, n is bdso
lutcly impossible, for n third party to
get In on your lino when you use tho
Automatic service Subscrlbo at onco
at Wntcrhouio Trust Co.
Tho Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., have
two very choice pieces of property fpr
(.alo in Kaimuki. Jt you aro looking
for bargains, call at their real estate
department at once. 23 Fort strcot.
Vou don't havo to wait for a busy
opcrntor to mako your connection with
tho automatic telephone, you can make
It yourself. Call or phono to Water
houso Trust Co. and subscribe for the
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Leu Katn, a pretty little Chinese
woman, has begun oult for divorce
against her husband, Chang Wing, and
asks for tho custody of her two chil
dren, ono of whom Is now in tho Kin
pi ro of China.
Our Chinese matting rugs and hand
somo Japanoso cotton rugs In blue and
white mako very usoful, beautiful pres
ents for Christmas. Call In and look
them over. Lowers & Cooko, Ltd., 177
S. King street
Our lcathor goods mako elegant
Christmas gifts. Ladles' and 'gentle
men's purses, card cases, and music
rolls, ladles' chnttelalno .bags, etc. A
very choice and varied assortment. Ha
waiian News Co., Ltd.
Two pcoplo sometimes keep a sec
ret; more than two nover do. The
girl, at "pontral" has all )ho fun. Call
cr phone to Wnjcrbqitso Trust Co, and
rubscribo for tho automatic telephone,
Absolutely secret service.
Every artlclo In our holiday stock
expresses elegance nnd refinement,
Ladlrp can mako no mlstnko In select
ing men's gifts here. Wo havo every
thing u man wears. Tho Kash Co.,
Ltd., Fort and Hotel streets.
, Eight rundrcd dollars In debt and
not ono lonely Btmolcon In his Joans
wbb tho plight of Joso Soares, of Hllo,
when ho Bked to bo adjudged a bank-
rupt In tho United States District
Court this morning. Aftor hearing Mi
rotltlon. Judge Dolo grantod It, and I
E. Hay of Hllo waa. appointed by tho
Court to tako caro of hla affairs for
Iho present. ,
Tho will of Mrs. William Astor of
New York, fllod for probate, dispose.)
of real estate worth "as, much as J0.
000 and personal property as much
6Sr HOO.OOO.'l Two daughters Mrs.
Wilson and Mrs. Halg aro the chief
l)oneflclarle.-...- .... .
A Most Excellent Assortment oi
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 025.
THE BEST "HTTEHS" IN TOWN,
CUBA TQJHHT ALONE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. H. (lovcrnor Magoon will leave Hn-
vann. as soon as ho tan make the transfer of the government ot Cuba to
tho officials of the newly elected administration.
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT LIST
WASHINGTON. 11. C, Dec. 14. According lo thi bulletin of the
Labor llureatt there have been .15,000 deaths from nertdent during tho
past year nnd two million people were Injured. The largest number of
casualties has been on the rnllroads.
HARROVIAN NEED NOT ANSWER
WASHINGTON, D. C, Deo. 14. Tho Supreme Court hns ruled that
Mr. Harrlmnn ennnot bo compelled t.i
state Commerce Commission concerning private transactions.
i i m
BRITAIN DEPORTING AGITATORS
CALCUTTA, India, Doc, 14. Nine of the most prominent nntlva
lenders have been nrrcstcd nnd deported to n secret destination. This
policy will be followed up to stop tho spread of sedition.
' m i i
SIX JURORS FOR HAINS TRIAL
FLUSHING, N. Y Dec. 14. Hlx Jurors have been obtained for the
llalns trial. T. .1. 1'alns will tako tho stand In his own behalf.
GEN. WESTON SAILS
MANILA, P. I., Dec. 14. General Weston has sailed for tho Coast
on the Sheridan to tnkc a new command.
CASTRO IS IN BERLIN
DKHLIN, Germany, Dec. 14. President Castro of Venezuela has ar
NIGHTRIDERS ON TRIAL
UNION CITY, Tcnn. ,Dcc. II. The trial of tho nlghtrldcra hns be
gun, ii , i ' ' I .i ')
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
There arc more ways in which u collar enn
nnuoy you thun you can .remember. Hut you
can remember Arrow, ami avoid them all.
1.) cenli 2 for 2.J rent.
'cLDETT, rEAUODY A CO., Ntkert of duett Shlrt, Troj, X. Y.
REDUCTION IN STEERAGE RATES
Representatives of tho transpacific
lines met nt Seattle, WaBh., on No
vember 1R to discuss tho question of
.teerago rates between tho Coast, Jn
I an and China. The three lines, under
tho agreement, chnrgo $51 for steer
ago passngo, whllo tho others aro al
lowed ft rato of $43.50, owing to less
regular sailings nnd slower steamers.
The standard lines desired to havo an
even rnto established, claiming that
faster service brought them no addi
tional business, Tho conferenco finally
decided to leave- rates ns at present.
NORWOOD'8 OFFICER8 CLEARED
O. F. Holies, Inspector of steam ves
tola at San Francisco, handed down fx
decision on November ID In tho casj
of tho collision between tho steam
schooner Norwood nnd tho oil steamer
Asuncion, In tho fog off Point Onrda,
on October 8, exonerating tho master
and mate of tho Norwood, anil sus
pending Iho licenses ot Captain Georgo
E. Hrldgott and First Mato K. Ixirson
of tho Asuncion for sixty days.
koko Mead makes record
Advices received at San Francisco
report that tho well-known barkeutlne
Koko Head has completed ono of the
smartest passages on record between
Astoria and Australia. Tho barren
lino arrived nt Auckland November 17
uftor a pasBago of forty-eight days.
Tho Koko Head was heard of last In
tho summer of 1907, when sho sailed
for Newcastle. Her abilities as u sail;
or havo often been discussed.
.. . The Eastman Kodak Co.'s
All of tho Best Blue Blood
No. 1 1.00 21-4x21.4
No. 2 .'. ., $2.00 2 1-4 x 3 1-4
No. 2A $3.00 '. 21-2x41-4
No. 2 Foldinff 'Pocket $5.00 2 1-4 x 3 1-4
No. 3 Folding $9.00 31-4x41-4
No. 2 Stereo Brownie $12.00
nnswer tho questions of the lutcr-
BURN SHIP'S' WOODWORK
Stripped of cery fragment of frame
work that could be used for fuel, tho
big llrltlsh steamer Cralgvar arrived
r.t Port Townsend, Wash., on Novem
ber 19, twenty-seven nays from Yoko
hama. Captain Edmunds reports thnt
In addition to a shortage of coal, tho
ttcamcr parsed through gales all the
voyage that threatened to destroy tho
DIG BENZINE CARGO
Tho newjy-bullt German steamer Nl
ngara, owned by tho Standard Oil
Company, and which will hcrenfter tun
In tho oll-carrjlng trndo between San
l'ranclRoo nnd tho Orient, arrived at
tho former spot on November 19, thlr
;hrcu days from Slngapmo, with u car
go of 8100 tous of benzlno consigned
lo the Standard Oil Company.
HOODOO FOLLOWS SHIPS
Four hundred and twenty-six days
i.fter leaving Itotterdnm for San Fran
cisco tho French bark Due d'Aumnle,
Captain Lohindo, arrived at tho latter
lort on No ember 20. Tho vessel was
delayed by a series of accidents which
necessitated putting In to several
MASTERS ARE CHANGED
Tho following changes of maatora
wero recorded at tho San Franciixo
customs house on Nnumlier 1C:
Schooner Catherine It. Wilson, John
A, Nelson, lco Robert Trndgclt;
hteamer Iolandn, Dan W. Thomson,
vlco Svauto Hngolt.
, 3HAK.E-UP OF OFFICIAL8 t
With tho arrest -of Cai.'in' T. rn
All these Brownies are of the highest elass, and will give perfect ser
vice. A Brownie makes a very accetable Christmas Gift' for anyone.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday," December 14.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 13!
S. 8. Asin, henco Dec. 1.
Q.-M. COAL PILE IS
Tho (Juartcrmajlei's coal pile on
Fort street near tl-.o Oceanic wharf
has caught file and Is causing tho
officers somo worry. A largo crew ui
men was placed nt work this morn
ing, moving tho conl so thnt tho
smouldering tiro may bo reached and
extinguished. It Is nellevod that tho
fire will bo put out 'vlthout difficulty.
Several months nr,o tho Navy ha I
trouble with its coal supply catching
fire. Tho danger bocanio so Immi
nent on several ccmslons thnt a
largo amount of eo.il was trnnsfcrrcd
to barges In the harbor, there being
no other uvnllablo place to-whlch ta
As fast ns the co.il Is moved nt tho
q. M. pllo It Is beirg wet down thor
oughly with wntcr, r.nd It Is believed
that tho danger of conflagration will
soon bo obviated.
Tho secret mnrrlago two yearn ago
of Miss Kdlth Augusta Forbes, daugh
ter of Pror. Charles Forbes of Colum
bia university, and John llowaid
Sturge has Just come to light.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news ' the day.
Oawlcy, formerly master of tho Paget
Sound steamships I'M un and Advance,
nnd K. Kntayama, charged with tho
Importation of Japanese women Into
tho United States, a general shake-up
of the Seattle as well as tho llrltlsh
Columbia Immigration offices Is ex
HALLIDALE IS LOST.
A dispatch received at San Fran
cisco on November lfi from London
t'tnted that nilvlces received fiom Mel
bourne tell of the loss of tho llrltlsh
bark Hallldale. Her crow, tho tele
gram stated, were rescued mid landed.
The Hallldalo Is well known on tho
8HIPS ENROLLED. j
The following vessels wore enrolled
at tho San Francisco customs houso on
November 10: Steamer Jim Uutlcr,
William V. Olson master; schooner
Henrietta M., Carl Jensen master;
tteamer Kdlth, W M. Randall master;
trhnoner Fred IJ. Sander, George Ek
PILOT NOT GUILTY
In reversing the decision of tho local
Inspectors nt Seattle, Wash., who sus
pended for three months tho llcenro of
Pilot C. P. McCarthy' of Mrj steamer
Humboldt, Supervising IrviiiCLtnr Heii
mlngham has ruled thnt ns McCaithy
was not signed on tho slil.'h nrtleles
ho cun not bo held rc'sp'isllile for the
steamer going aground.
NEW 8HIP COMMANDERS
Tho follow tug changes of masters
wero recorded at 'ho Han Fraiirlro
custom house on November 20!
Steamer Asuncion, John MoKcllnr lra
John W. Spencej steamer Georgo
l.onils, John W. Spenco vlto John Mc
Keltar; steamer Senator. L. N. No-
! pander vlco Thomas Itcllly.
THE OFFICElt8ot tho Inter-Island
i.tenmer Nllhau report exceptionally
lough weather off tho coast of Hawaii
tho last trip.
THE IlAnK Snlnt Cathcilnc Is dis
charging her sand ballast ut tho lower
end of tho Oceanic wharf
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL
Tuesday. December 15.
Stmr. Nllhnu, Oness, from Kauai,
5:15 a. m.
j DEPARTED I
Monday, December 14.
M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno, Wooden, for
Knhulul, 10 p. m.
Tuesday, December 15.
Stmr. Maunn Kca, Freeman, for
Hllo nnd way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson, for Kn
nn nnd Kau ports, 12 noon.
U. S. A. T. lluford, for Manila, 5
Stmr. W. O. Hnll, Thompson, for
Knuui ports, 5 p. m.
8tmr. MlkMinla, for Maul and Molo
knl ports, 5 p. m.
Per stmr. Nllhau, from Knual, Dec.
15. W. K. Anderson nnd wife.
i PA8SENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. Maunn Kyi, for Hllo and
way portB, Dec. 15 L. F. Monlton nnif(
wire, a, si. Damon, aliases ma aim
Irene nroughor, W. II. Castle, Jr., and
wife, Mrs. F. M. Wakefield. Miss Itcn
ton, Miss Ilodkln, W. L. Thomas nnd
wife, A. W. Carter and wife, E. A.
Jackson and wlfo E. P. Chapln, Geo.
Wllfoiig, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, M. J.
Fassolh, Georgo W. Drake. 11. W. Fil
ler, 11. F. Dillingham, G. 11. Galo and
wife. Miss Clara Ciimmlngs, Mrs. W.
D. Sharrott, D. W. Cooko and wlfo.
Miss Lararus, Miss Richards, J. J.
Mullcr, E. A. Illschof, W. F. Shaw, F.
W. Hayward, W. W. Thurston. W.
Lucas. It. I. Llllle, J. P. Dovendorf, Dr.
Vnn Olden, Miss Dovendorf, Miss Vnn
Orden, C. Wldemnnn nnd wlfo, Chns.
Koohu, James Lemon, John Padakln.
It. H. Allan, It. Qulnn nnd wlfo, M. .1.
Gniiers, Captain llodd, Mr. Cnsady,
Geo. Hancock, J. J. Page, A. Austin,
M. Hlno, J. Sakal, Hahorscn, Mc
Cann. Per stmr. Maunn Lba, for Kona and
Kau, Dec. 16. Mrsl Wendels, Father
Charles. W. Paris, Enos Vincent, E. D.
Ilaldwln, Elmer Conanl, Miss Hoard,
C. Walters, L. Conkllng, Judge Mat
thew man, W. M. McQuald, Miss Leslie,
J. G. Smith nnd wlfo, II. Mnknhalupa,
Miss Julia Grass, Mrs. Mary McKln
ley. PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, for Molokol
Miss Me)cr, Ion A. Quonson, D. l.u
kola. Rev. J. Kcktpl, Harold Lord, E.
Per stmr, W. G. Hall, for Kauai
Miss A. Welbko, E King.
I HONOLULU WEATHER
Temperatures 0 a. in., 72; 8 a. in.,
75; 10 a. m., 78; noon, 70; morning
Ilaroinctcr, 8 n. m., 30.12; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 a. m , C.210 grains per
cubic foot; rclailvo humidity, 8 n. m.,
07 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., 03.
Wind 0 u. in... velocity fi, direction
N. U.; 8 n. m., velocit.-'.p, direction N.;
10 a. m., eIoclty 0, diie'Ooji N. E.;
noon, cloclty 11 direction S. h." v,
Itnlnfall during 21 houra endod 8 )i
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 174 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
Tho rumor that tho transport lluford
will ho placed on tho run between ,hcro
cud the mainland Is emphatically de
nied by Arny ofllcora stationed her 5.
That It would bo pleasant to havq u
pilvatu transport for Hawaii is admit
ted by nil, but they say thnt It would
bo an unnecessary luxury such as tho
War Depaitmcnt Is hardly likely to
As a matter of fact, when tho lluford
reaches San Kranclsco at tho comple
tion of tho present voyage, Bhe will bo
put out of commission. How long sho
will remain Idle, or what uo will bo
mnile of hoi- In tho future, Is not know n
to tho ofllcors of the Quartermaster
General's Department. All of them
;olu In denying the rumor that sho will
bo put on u special inn botween heio
nnd tho mululnnd, however.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
' ai. ' i' i
is the only solid foundation for a suc
cessful business. We satisfy our pa-
irons wnenever possible,
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-CycIe
Motor, $175, Complete. ,
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, opposite South St. .
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