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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16, 1808.
" AAJUJ BassasiaBa
IKK & Hilt
Picif c Stated.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular, 5
Alt visiting members rf the
Onler nro cordially United to
nttcud nicotines ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eory Monday evening nt
7:30 lu I. O. O. P. Hall, Tort Street.
13. It. IIL'NDUY. Secretary.
hen. r. vickers, n. o.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots etry first ind third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Port und llerctanla. Visiting
brother conllully lnlted to attend.
. a. deciuno, c a.
j as. v. Will IB, ic.n.s.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Ionolulu I.odeo No. GIG, II. P. O.
E.wlII meet In their hnll on King
Dear Fort Street every Friday even
By order of the 13. TJ.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINEHNY. 13. It.
v7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.ofP.
Sleets everj 2nd ami Ith Saturday
evuulng at 7 -TO o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor Fort ititl lleietaula. Visit
Ing brothers roidlally invited to at
tend. W I,. FIIA7.EE. C.C.,
13. A. JACOHSON, K.R.S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Jerotanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. w. i.. ritAznn, v,-., Prest.
II. T. IIOOHE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
daysot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Incited to nttend.
A. n. Altr.niOII, Sachem.
A E. MURPHY, C. of II. ,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
857 Brietania St. Phone 1491.
7 he Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. T. HcTIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 XING ST.
PHONE M0. P. 0. BOX 755.
, - .AN OUTING
ji in a brand new seven-scatcr. Call up
191 or M5S and ask for
! - C H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
5tli, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PIUMBINU and FAINTING.
Ofllcct Honolalu Painting Co., 221
Jiing ut ; p o. Eox 014.
" ? wingThongco
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
k ' Dealers in Fur tnre Mattresses,
l Etc., Etc. All kiiidt of KOA nnd
? MISSION FURNITURE Made T(
I ;i U N C If E S and DRINKS
, , The most popular
gx plate in town.
Iv The Fashion Saloon,
V' -.. '!. - Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. . Jack Roberts.
Tho kind our grnnd
Vdiulttrdly best for gen
eri' turns pist.
Hotter now than ever."
V. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Saturday, Dec. 19, 1908
The World's Greatest Film
Kilauea In Eruption
THE HONOLULU SHRINERS'
THE ATLANTIC FLEET.
PRINCE DAVID'S FUNERAL.
A Splendid Series of Foreign Pic
tures Dramatic and Humorous.
Admission, 25 nnd 60 cents; Re
served Seats, 75 cents; for sale at
Bcrgstrom Music Store.
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine-
ing to view scenes from many lands
ana embracing Comedy and Pathos
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Shadows of a Great City; A Rus
sian urama; The ew Military Air
snip vine ae iais; jn Pursuit ot a
Suit; Halunij Charcoal; Strenuous
War-Veteran's Story; In the Days of
Louis XVI; The Avaricious Father.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
When you gel
us to mk
OEO. A. MARTIN,
WT-"FQr Salt" cards at Bulletin.
LOCAL M GENERAL
If you have a business opportunity
to offer, persist reasonably, in B u I
letin want advertising it and it
will appeal to the right person. ,
Watch for Thurlbw's Xmas Menu.
Mrs. Reams' Mincemeat for Xmas.
A daughter was born today to Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. J. Campbell.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
tntcr-tsland and O. It, & I, shipping
books for sate at tho Bulletin
office, CO each.
It you are looking for any ot your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find thom.
Ono ot tho, most artistic calendar
of the season Is that iasued by Tlmr
Iow'b Royal Annex.
n. V. Killers ft Co. arc pleaslnR thtlr
patrons hy presenting them with a
handsome nrt calendar.
Call at the Bulletin office and
get a free list of the new Are alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Ride In the swoll Btudettaaer driven
by the expert chaffeur, M. T, Lutx.
Phone 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage.
Have your typewriter! ana mao&lBM
repaired at Wall, Nlcbot Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant stresta. Tale
A great clothing purchaao ban been
tccurod by L. n. Kerr h Co. Positive
ly tho best value that was over shown
here In men's suits.
The Christmas treo celebration of
the Kawalahao church Sunday reboot
will bo held tomorrow eveninc at 7:30
o'clock In tho church.
Automatic Telephone operators nov-
or get tired or croag. Their nerves
tiro atecl. Call at Waterhouso Trust
Co. and subscribe for an automatic
Beautiful Christmas toys, bon bona,
boxcu of candy, treo ornaments, etc.,
pro Boiling at the Alexander Young
Cafu at big discounts. Stop In and
look at them.
Prlmo Beer la a pure, refreshing bev
irago that contnlna barley malt and
extract of hopa; It Induces sleep when
ou aro restless, and quenches your
thirst when you aro thirsty. ,
Tho wedding of James A. Boyd, tho
oldest son ot Jas. II. Boyd, and Miss
Ullza II. Johnson will take placo this
evening at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Savldgo on Bhcrldan atrcct.
Did anybody say "Boyal Annex" ?
Thcro are many money-saving spec
ials at Sachs' this week; specials for
Thursday nnd Friday aro veranda tablo
covers, dreae crepe, fancy ribbons, MIV
eollcnnes, muslin underwear Beta, ini
tial handkerchiefs. '
Blom Is showing some great bar
tains In ladles' hosiery and skirts, bar
gains that cannot last. Ladles who are
on the qulvlve for bargains patronize
Rlom. The Btoro will bo open from
iiow until Christmas.
Tho Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company is lsoulng a 'beautiful cal
endar from the loral agency with tho
Henry Watcrhousc Trust Co. Tho cal
endar hears n magnificent photograph
or tho groat redwood tree of Callfor
i in. tho largest living thing In tho
Lloyd Chllds la planning to make
tho pineapple exhibit ono of tho feat
ures ot the Soattlo fair. Bllced pine
cpplcs will bo sold, a chArgo of ten
cents per dish being made. It Is also
planned to take n Hawaiian glee club
of seven members, and seven attract
Tho opening night of tho dom The
atre, tho now moving picture concern
Hearing completion on Hotel neir
Hothcl streets, will bo on Satur
day night at 6:30 p. m. Tho inonrl-
ttors, Kubcy & Wider, have made ar
rangements to procure the uof-t and
cry latCBt fllniH. Price of admission
will bo tOc and 50c, chlldu'ii, flc.
Mrs. Davis, tho sister or John K.
Sumner, died last night at tho home
of her bon, R. W. Davis, at Kaneohc
bay. She was 84 ycara of ago, and
had been ailing for about eight years.
Tho remains were brought across the
pall today to the Sumner homo on Qu
lick avenue. Tho funeral will take
placo tomorrow from tho Catholic Ca
thodral, and tho Interment will bo In
tho King street cemetery.
Tho Associated Oarage shipped to
day to Root, Hind of Kona a largo
1909 Model D Franklin touring car.
iney also sold a Franklin D tourlnii
enr to John Hind to bo shlppod to Ko-
naia. no has been using a Franklin
car model O for several years and la
now getting a larger and more power
lltl car. Tho Oarage also Bold this
wcok a 40 h. p. Klasolkar of tho Road-
nor typo wim doublo rumblo seat, to
Edw. K. Bull, manager of Oahu.planta,
lion, They now havo a carload each
of Franklins, Chalmora-Dotrolts and
Kltfselknra duo to arrive fiom tho bov
Resolutions have been adopted by
the Board of Health of. San Antonio,
Toxns, which will bn presented to the
State Legislature, uiglng the estab
lishment of a leper colony in the
rr - '-
A Most Exeellsnt Assortsnt of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
es s. kiho sr. rtoira m.
THE BEST "nTTERS" IH TOWN.
Pulitzer Makes Faces , ,
t J a i
At President Roosevelt
NEW YprtK, N Y. Dec. 16. The Wqrjd answers Roosevelt' mes
sage to Congress, In which the President dtnoUneea tho statements of the
Pulitzer newspapers about crooked wrork on the Panama Canal and threat
ens libel suits In a denunciatory leader. The World defies the Presi
dent and quotes hi message at an a asortton, for the first time by an
American Chief Magistrate, of tho doctrine of lcae-majestc. It says that
neither King Edward nor the Kaiser would arrogate to himself such des
potic powers. No othrr living man, continues tho World, hns libeled
tho United States as Roosevelt, has. It has been his habit to besmirch
Congress, bulldoze Judges, assail th e Integrity of tho rrurts, nnd slander
Official Presidential Vote
WASHINGTON, I) C,
of the United States wis:
AMBASSADOR MtlBAVOSFF IS DEAD
ROME, Italy, Dec. IS. Muravleff, the Russlnn Ambassador to Italy,
has died of apoplexy.
JURY TO TRY CAPT. HAINS
FLUSHING, N. Y Dec. 16. Tho Halna Jury tins been completed.
KATO GOES TO LONDON
TOKtO, Japan, Dec. 15. Ambassador Kato has left for London.
Choice nUKS, ROHM
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
TEE IX0RDS8T, HOTBL YOUNQ Bid
Primo Beer induces
sleep when you are
It quenches your
thirst when you are
Drink It for your Health
or for your Enjoyment, but
drink it always when you
want the best Beer.
ITS PURITY AND HIGH QUAL
ITY ARE GUARANTEED
The Eastman Kodak Cos
All of tho Best Blue Blood
No. 8A ............
No. 2 Foldinjj Pocket
No. 3 Folding
Dec. 16.) The total official vote for President
Taft, 7,037,678; Bryan, r,,393,182j Debs,
NOW ON EZBTJTTI0N.
BOSTON BtDO., FORT ST.
19.00 3 1-4 x 4
No. 2 Stereo"Brownio .... $12.00
All these Brownies are of the highest class, and
vice. A Brownie makes a very accetable Christmas
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
tfO'ftaBlssMKSft',1 ' rf ""-Avvl
M,'MgsM&,fsssssJSjSalsBaa'. j i'.-, V7.t'
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, Cecembe rl5.
BAN FltANCISCO Stllcil Dec. II:
B. 8. Hllonlnn, for Honolulu.
MONTi:Ri:Y Sailed Dec. 14:
B. B. Rosecrans, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived Dec. 16:
8,.'B. Alameda, 4 p. m , hence Dec. 9.
KAANAPALI Sailed Dec. 13:
8. B. Arlronnn, for Ban Finnclsco.
Monday, December 14.
YOKOHAMA ArrUort Dec. 13:
S. S. Asia, hence Dec. 1,
FRIDAY MORNING tho T. K. K.
Ntpimn Maru, which Is making the
run of tho America Maru, cxp-fted
hero from Yokohamn Tho Nippon
will bring mall from the Orient an 1,
on Friday night or Saturday inornlne,
will depart for San Francisco with
the mall for the mainland.
MAIL FROM tho mainland will ill
rive hero tomorrow morning on the T
K. K. Tcnyo Maru. The Tcnn will
sail tomorrow ou-nlng or Filday imiin
Ing for Yokohama, rarrjtng mull to
TIIK KINAU this morning brought
In 4700 bags A sugar from Kami, uii't
a cargo of miscellaneous freight.
CAMPI1KLI In this city, Dec. lfi,
1908, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Camp
bell, n daughter.
"For Sale" earda at Bulletin.
will give perfect ser
Gift for anyone.
E0RT 8TREET NEAR HOTEL
SH SsK 'VBH
Wednesday, December 1U.
Stmr. Klnnu, Gregory, from Kni,al.
Tuesday, December 15.
U. S. A. T. Ilufonl, for Manila, 5
Stmr. V. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Knunl ports, 6 p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhnln, for Maul nnd Molo-
kal ports, S p. in.
" DUE TOMORROW l
T. K. K. S. 8. Tcnyo Maru, from
San Francisco, n. m,
Per stmr. Klnnu, from Kauai, Dec.
IC A. S. Vllcox nnd wife, Miss C
Wilcox, Jas. W. Ilcrgstrom, II. I).
Wlshnrd, J. V. Pratt, M. Campbell,
Miss A. Mncfarlane, Miss L. Macfar
limn Mls V. Mnkee. D. Katanala.
Hce Fnt, Chlng Sing. L. Melnniiclmer,
II. P. Kajc, II. T. Ilnyscliici', u. k
Smith. Mrs. C. W. Hudson, I)i. Herb
nnd 43 deck passengers.
Per Btmr. Mlkahnln, for Molokal
Mt Mpirr. I'on A. Quonson. D. Lu-
kclo. Rev. J. Keklpl, Harold Lord, E.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
Miss A. Wclbke, E. King.
Wcdnesdny, Dec. 16.
Temperatures 0 a. m , 70; 8 a. nt.,
75; 10 n. in., 70; noon, 77; morning
Ilaromvtcr, 8 n. in.. 30.17; absolute
humidity, S n. m, 6.D88 grains per
cubic foot; rclntlo humidity, 8 n. in.,
04 per cent: dcw point, 8 n. m., 02.
Wind 0 n. in., cloclty 9, direction
N. E.; 8 a. m eloclty 8, direction E.;
10 n. m, eloclty 12, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 12, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .05 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 202 miles.
DEMAND MADE FOR
(Continued from Pan 1)
not bo brought from tho American Is
tnnd possessions, notably tho Hawaii
For jour Information wo Would Bay
that thu ripe cocoanuts are cracked
(-pen and exposed to tho sun, whero
npon the meat shrinks from tho shell
ind tho dried meat Itself constitutes
ihu commodity above referred to,
ivhlcli Is today re.illzlng In our mar
I'ct 3c. U. B. gold. We would there
lore appreciate It! very much It ou
Could bring this matter licfore the no
tice of the various planters who aro In
position to Btipply Copra In any quan
tity no matter how small and finni
whom we should bo glad to recclui
lonslgnmcnts for which wo would
iiako prompt returns according to tho
market conditions on arrival; on tho
tthcr hnnd wc hno no doubt (hero Is
considerable wnsto land on our differ
ml Islands mailable for cocoauut
plantations nnd wc would suggest that
ou strongly uigo upon such land own
trH tho mhlsablllty of fostering this
Cocoauut plantations lu tho I'aclllc
Islands for tho production ot copra
liac now hqenmo qulto an cxlcimho
(.ml profltabio Mindnu anil wo hnvo no
noubt It would provo bo to our plant
ers. Trusting to hnvo tho plcnsure' of
hearing from ou by an early oppoi
limtty, we remain
Yours very truly,
OHO. A. MOORE &. CO.,
Fied'k. W. Peters, Vice President.
LONG DISQUALIFIED '
(Continued from Paee 1)
Imolved a point of considerable Inter
tst, was that of Ed. Knhele, charged
with stealing n watch. Knhelo was
miiiio time ago sentenced to 'thirty
dnjs" Imprisonment for larceny of u
ioM)lcr stolen at tho saino (lino and
place as the watch, and Peters, who
was tho defendant's counsel, contend
id that tho laiccny of both gun nnd
watch constituted but one offense,
whllo Piosecutnr Mllverton contended
that thero wero two soparato offenses.
After much argument pro and con, dur
ing which a select gathering of drunks
waited patiently In their box for their
tm n to come, tho Court asked both
bides (o submit authorities, and thu
cose was continued.
is tfie only solid foundation for a sue
cesstui ousmess. we satisfy our pa
trons whenever possible, "
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $170, Complate.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins St. opposite South St.
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