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EVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 1968.
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Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular, 5
HA I UIJIMV
Hawaiian Third Denres.
ij All (siting members of the
', Order arc cordially Invited to
ttcml meeting:! or local louses
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
T:.!0 In I. U. 0. I" Hall, Tort Street
13 K. IU:.M)KY, Secretary.
I1KS. 1'. VICK13RS, N. G.
All TtHlttriG brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
HmLs avery first rend third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Dorctuiiln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attonit.
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HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, 11. 1. O,
b3 will meet In their hnll on King
myir Foit Stiect eery Friday even
"lly order of the 13. R.:
H13N'RY C. I3ASTON,
wm. ii mcini:rny, k n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evenlns nt 7 30 o-i.kck In IC. of P
Hall, cor. Foit and HireUnla. Villi-
lug brothers cordially Invited to at-
l. frazue, c.c.
13. A. JACOI1SON, K.R.3.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, T. 0. E.
i Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY pvenlnzs ot each month at
'(7;30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, corner
wrestnnla and Tort streots.
Visiting Cagles are invited to at
W L. FRAZI3&, W., Treat.
II. T. MOOKK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
. Meets every first and third Thurs-
f Jays of each month at Knights of
,p Pythias Hall. VlBltlus brothers cor-
d.ially Invited to aHend.
' A. R. ARI.niail, Sachem.
A. 13. MURPHY, C. of II.
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EXCELLENT LAUNDIIY WORK
K1 dnne hv in
'. TRENCH LAUNDRY
m ,, with their new FRENCH
M l" dry-cleaning process.
& 57 Brrctania St. Phone 1491.
l McTighc Favorite
f Ih'c Best Whiskey on the Market.
jTHOS. F. McTIGHE & CO, AGENTS
t 101-103 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
h in a brand new gpvi.n.ipnfiT f!al1 nn
fe 101 or 1458 ajid ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
i Oth, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
'' 1028 NUUANU ST.
PnWTT? A PTfiT J T1YTTT TTT
, PLUMBING acd FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co, 221
&g; King St.; P 0. Box 014.
'WING CHONG CO
4$, KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
pfbealers In Ft future Mattresses,
lEtc.''; Etc. All lands of KOA and
IMISSIOH TURNITURE Made T(
iLIU SOKES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
yThe Fashion Saloon,
H . Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts.
Saturday, Dec. 19, (908
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 and 50 cents; Re
served Seats, 75 cents; for sale at
Bergstrora Musta Store.
Wond-rful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Tw changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
A Country Girl's Life and Expe
riences; An Amateur Hypnotist; A
Drummer's Day Off; Different Ways
of Smuggling; Jealousy, or a Trag
edy of Venice; A Bride's Dreams.
Orchestrclla Selections: ' Girl Ques
tions; Selections; Military March;
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
CO., Ltd. ,
Comer Kin? and Fort Streets.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
When you fit
ut to mak
Our 25. rnito
GEO. A. MARTIN,
LOCAL AND IjENEtAL
If you have a business1 ooDortunitv
to offer, persist reasonably, in B u 1 -letin
want advertising it and it
will appeal to the right person.
Reserve your table for Xmas din
ner at the Royal Annex.
Mrs. Kcarns' Mincemeat tor xmas.
Shop at Whitney & Marsh's nnd get
our cqupons for the Doll's House.
Tk. vpur carrlaxa or 'automobile,
to Hawaiian Carriage Manff. Co., for
up-todat repairs. .,
Commercial tinting, mere, ueier-
enco Agcy., 39 Young llldg. Phone
Colonel nnd Mrs Macfarlano are In
London, but nro expected here In about
If you aro looking for any of your
frlonds go to the "Two Jacks" and
) ouU And them.
Rldo In the swell Studobaker drhen
by the expert chaffeur, M. T. Lutx
Phone 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage. '
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
Kort and Merchant streets. Tele
Beautiful plants make., lasting Xrqas
gifts. Mrs. Tnjlor can supply jour
wants. Tclephono 339 Alex. Young
A two or three room cottago, turn
Ifhed or unforunlshcd, In wanted.
A lady s gold watch has been lost.
Has oeh face and Illy ol the valley
pattern set In small diamonds. Lib
eral reward will bo paid It returned to
Young or Moana hotels.
The Mclncrny Shoe Btore Is giving
an ay handsome hand mirrors, ele
gantly encased In leather, with every
purchaso of children's shoes, of which
there la a very fine assortment.
Order jour Christmas soda, water
from tlio Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co. Ud. Telephone 71 and
hao the best there Is made. It Is
what the children like and what ou
What Christmas gift is nioro delight-
'ful than an order for a beautiful win
ter hat? Miss Power has a very One
assortment of nil the latest 'fashion
models nt her milliner' parlors, Don
The members of the family of the
late James Stcwnrd wish to thank
their friends for their kind sympathy
extended to them in their lato bereave
A carload of tho famous Ilitlck auto
mobiles Is In tho S. S. HUonlan and
will arrho Tuesday morning for von
Hnmm-Young Co. Tho cars will bo
opened Immediately upon arrival and
jou aro cordially Invited to Inspect
Dr. K. Hatda .today becomes the
I resident of the Japanese Charity hos
pital on Llllha streot. Ho succeeded
Dr. M. Oyama by election.
Mrs. Taylor, tio fior'st. Is giving, n
most artistic 1909 calendar to her cus
tomers. 11. Hackfuld & Co., Ltd, nro dis
tributing a handy vrpotua! desk cal
endar. Tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n la among tlu
Mrs. Ethel M. Taylor, tho Young
Hotel florist, is pleasing her many pat
rons by giving them one of the most
artistic calendars of tho tension.
Watchman wants position. See, ad
In this Ikgue. ,.
The best place In town to buy Xmas
presents in (he Jewelry line-Is M. R.
Counter's. He has a splendid slock,
expressly purchased for tho Xmas
Remember that Thos, V. McTlgho
uas a .uiaa siock oi liquors, ocna m
your orders early.
Rev. p. Motokawa, who has beeu
visiting In Maul for health, returned
last week, arriving In tho Claudlne.
Ho Is assistant Japaneso Interpreter
of tho U. S. Immigration service.
The growing demand, for our shoe
orders for Christmas gifts is an el
denco of their popularity. We sell
these orders to any amount, redeem
able nt any, tlmo. Manufacturers'
Shoe Co, Ltd.
Castle ft Wlthtngton cstcrday re
ceived the cable message. "Manuka
slto final," from Brttton & Gray, well-
known lawyers of: Washington, D. C.
who havo had much to do with Ha
Have an Xmas party at "Royal An
Monday Is Souvenir Day at, 8acha'.
A dressed dol gratis with every $2
iurchaso, and a larger dressed doll
with every $S purchase. 'The Doll
Contest closes Thursday night at 10
o'clock. Get, your votes In before then.
You can test your own line on tho
automatic teleuhono by calling voiir
own number. If It Is working .all rlgh,
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juu win get me Busy ouii (iouii
always get It). Subscribe, at Water
bouse Trust Co. 'for a phone.
Steins, decorated steins, musical
blelns, sets ot p'tchers, with steins to
match, Bohemian, gjasswaro singly and
In ."sots. Everything; 'o ''make tho
Christmas pinner tablo look 'pretty' it
W. W. Dlmond & Co. on itlng.streetC '
$3 SO and 4 Regat shoes for men
nnd womon aro famous tho world over
for their .high, piality, They aro al
ways acceptable, and one ut our' Christ
mas( Shoo Certificates makes a haidi
t,omo gift. .Regal Shoo Store, McCaud-
A Most Ixetllant AstoriMMt of
,W. W. Ahana Co.,
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BS 8. XING ST. nOXE tUi
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
More Ganal Money
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 18. Secretary of War Wright hns re
quested that an urgent deficiency bill
to carry on tho Panama Canal work to
MANILA, P. I Dec. 18. An Investigation Is being made Into
poisoning of n number of tho soldiers
posed to havo been the result of drinking poisonous spirits. Klghteen ot
the ones affected 'by the poison have died, nnd thirteen others are seri
ously III. '
TONS OF TEA FOR FLEET ,
COLOMBO, Ceylon, Dec. 18. The Tea Planters' Association nf Cey
lon haa presented tho officers nnd men of the American Atlantic l'lcot
with fifteen thousand pounds ot tea.
, m i i e
' HOT DECLARING WAR
TUB HAGUE, Dec. 18. It Is bo I loved here that the VencxuClan proc
lamation, that their country Is In n state of defense against the Dutch
Mockado of their ports. Is not Intended to be a declaration ot war.
m i i m
NEW FLYING RECORD
Lfc MANS, France, Dec. 18. Wilbur Wright today established a
new world's aeroplane record, remaining In the air In flight for ono hour
flTty-three minutes and fifty-nine seconds. .
m i n '
(Continued from Ptss 1)
dclny In shipments on the part of the
Pending the completion of the per
manent bnirdlnjrs at the post, the
ritth Cavalry will live under canvas
Conical wall tents will
be provided for the enlisted men,
while the officers will occupy hospital
tents. Tho tents are all on hand.
One hundred and twenty ot tho coni
cal tents will bo required nnd sixty
The floors for tho tents are now be
ing laid and they'wlll be In readiness
tor the troops when they1 arrive on
January 12. It Is yet a little early
to say how many of the stables and
corrals will bo completed by the tlmo
There Is a largo force of men nt
work at Lcllchua, nnd nothing other
than the non-arrival ot the ncccssary
matcrlats will be allowed to dclny tho
Call at the Bulletin office and
Ret a free list of tie new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
After January 1st the Honolulu und
ertaking Co. will be known as tho M.
E.,Sllva Undertaking Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
, MODEL 7
Thk two-cylinder tomrinK
car has had fivn years of nn
paralleled success, and its un
surpassed ability for, doing all
round work cannot ,be ques
tioned, Stroag statements,
bnt any Buick, owner will con
., BRAKES., ,.,'
The service brake bonsiiti of
external contracting bands on
the differential drums and is
operated by a foot lever. .In
ternal upineh'njf hub. brakes
acting onl4-lnch, wheel drums
iA Ww li m aid. 1V1-
nuke an uJiuiualiV Strang set
of emergency brakes.
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opposed motor" under tho body
is very accessible. The Buick
valve in the head, construc
tion U used, 'the, valve and
cage being easily removed at
a unit. '
A mechanical force feed gear
driven oiler is used. After
the' adjustments on the oiler
have once,? been" correctly
made, no further attention
need be paid to the lubricat
ing' system except to fill the
A CARLOAD 0E THESE WELL-KNOWN AUTOS IS DUE IN THE , "HIL 0NIAN" TUESDAY.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., Agents
be passed appropriating $585,800.
tho end of tho present fiscal er.
of"tho eighteenth Infnntiy, sup-
FROM SANTA GLAUS
f Santn Clans will come nshoro
hero Tuesday morning early, -f
T ins iMcauun, m o utiut-. liwv -T-
night, was about 300 miles west
4- of hero and hu was headed this -f
way Just as fast at a powerful,
trlnlo exianslon marine englno
could bring htm. Castle & Cooke.-f
ngents for tho Matson Navigation
Company, last night recched the
4 following wireless message from
t- him: f -t-
"On hoard tho Hllonlan S90
miles from Honolulu, 8 p. m. Krl-
day. Wo havo twenty pwen-
4- gers, two hundred nnd fifty-tlireo
-f bags of mall, three thousand tons -
of general merchandise, TIVB
HUNDRI3D TONS OK CHRIST-
MAS GOODS INCLUDINO
TREI3S AND CANDY, olght
4- mules for tho Kahuku plantation,
seven nutomoblloH consigned to -f
B. O. Hall & Son and tho Schu-
man Carriage Company. Will nr- -f
rlo In Honolulu Monday even- -f
Ing nt 8 p. m. All well. Wcnth-
cr lino nud still In communication 4
f with San Francisco." -f
Buick Model F
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$1380. DELIVERED IN HONOLULU, COMPLETE WITH TOP, GAS LAMPS, GENERATOR, ETC.
Model P Specifications
BODY Side entrance tonncau.
SEATS Five persons.
WHEEL BASE 92 inches.
GAITGE 56 inches.
STEERING Tilting column, pinion
BRAKES External contracting on
differential, and internal expand
SPRINGS Three-fourths elliptic in
front, full elliptic in rear,
FRAME Angle iron.
MOTOR Double opposed. 22 H. P.
VALVE ARRANGEMENT In head
of cylinder; cage and valve re
movable, CqOLING Water. Gear pump.
IGNITION Jump spark.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Saturday, December 19.
fOAVIOTA Sailed Dec 17:
8i. Falls of Clile, foi Ilnnil'.lu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Deo 19.
S. 8. Alameda, 11 n. in., ff Hono
lulu. MAHUKONA Arrhcd Due. lfi:
8chr. H. C. Wright, from 8..n Ftan
I PA88ENQERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, for
Maul and Hnwall, Dec. 18, B p. in.
Krnest Baldwin, Alfred Mnnecn, Mrs.
Kntherlno Smith, Mrs. W. O. Smith,
Miss Roso Peck, Miss Pierce,' Mrs
Tnjlor, Miss D. Tnlor, Miss M. Tny
lor, .Miss Hecn Olbb, Annie Hocking,
Chas. Gay and family, Mrs. J. D. Mr
Donald, Mlsa Dumhorn, Miss E. Chal
mers, Miss Edith Baldwin, Miss Lulu
Low, Julia Bates, C. W. Baldwin, D.
S. Wadsworth. William Hansen, Mr.
McCoy, A. C. Maly, A. Taj lor, Sydney
Jocklns, Chlng Sin, G. Dunn, T. Hen
nlng, Miss L. Molr Mlsa V. Molr, Mlsi
Forrest, G.ilolr, Miss G. Rosccrnns,
Miss Gwendoline Jocklns, E. Iledc-
mann, Ilerbert Berg, P. O. Wrlghtson.
W. Hpla. Miss Green, Miss A. Hose
Miss 13. Brown, Miss Marshall, Mrs.
Deacon, Mrs. C. O. Itottcl. Miss Cui
tls, II(tchcock bos (3), R. Lucas, J.
B. Guard, Miss M. Knuhane, Bro.
THE MAUNA KEA brought tho fol
lowing miscellaneous cat go from llllo
this morning. 05 b.igs of bones, 39
bags tnro, 39 sacks potatoes, 13 sacks
bwa, 6 sackB cocoanuts, S crates cel
ery, 10 kegs, 93fi 0I1I.1 ties, 21 barrels
bottles. 20 cords wood, 23 packages
vegetables, 0 crates tin keys, 15 cr.itcs
chickens. I crnlcs pigs, 2 horses, I dog,
1G9 packages of sundries.
TIH3 PURSER of tho Mnunn Kea re
lortJ tho following sugar on Hawaii
Friday, December 18: Olm, shipped
all; Punnliiu, G050; Wnlnaku, -1800.
AFrONSO In Hllo. on Tuesday, Dec
15, 1908, to till) wire of Hon. G. F
Altnnso, n son,
BULLETIN ADS PAY
CURRENT SUPPLY Storage bat
tery and set of dry cells in re
serve. LUBRICATION Mechanical force
feed lubricator, gear driven.
MOTOR CONTROL Spark and throt
tie levers on top of wheel1 on im
CHANGE GEAR Planetary; two
speeds forward, one reverse.
CLUTCH Cone, wide surface, posi
CONTROL Foot pedals for slow
speed ahead and reverse ; side lev
er for engagement of clutch,
GASOLINE TANK 15 gallons.
PRICE $1350. This price includes
"three oil lamps, gas headlights,
generator, horn and repair outfit.
Friday, December 18.
T. K. K. 8. S. Nippon Mam, Stev
ens, from Yokohama, 9:30 p. nt.
Saturday, December 19.
Stmr. Manna Kea, Freeman, from,
llllo, n. m.
Friday, Dccclnber 18.
Stmr. Claudlne, for Maul nnd Molo.
kn-prts, 6 p. m,
1 6AILINQ TODAY
,J. . '!-
T. K. K. S. S Nippon Marti, Stev
ens, for San Francisco, 2 p. lit.
I PAMENQ1BB ARRIVED
" PerT. K. K. 8. S. Nippon Mnru, from
tho Orient, Dec IS Slop-over, Hono
lulu: Mr. nnd Mrs. E. V. BlnlliO, Mas
ter James Blaine, Miss Mabel Thajcr,
M. Sojeda, Mr. and Mrs. 8, J. Wha
wcll. Through: W. S. Anient, Mm.
W. S. Anient, A. O. Cnmcs, W. S. Hlg
ham. Leeds Gullck, l.t Chltnng. Hon
LI Kin Slang and natho servant, F. I).
Millet, L. C Porter, Georgo Hldgway,
M. Stur'il.i, who becomes 11110 of tho
staff of (lie Japanese Consulate Gen
eral, arrived today n tho Nippon
Mnru. Ho was formerly In Canton,
serving us one ot tho secretaries under
Consul General Ujeno.
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IF YOU WAIT for the serious
trouble with your eyes, you will take
the serious consequences.
Come to us with the first symptom.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Lannch with 4-Cyclo
Motor, 8175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins St. opposite South SI
THE OLD RELIABLE
The engine bearings arc large
and it is not necessary to re
adjust them every few weeks.
The clutch is self-adjusting
and is another mechanical an
pliance to which, no attention
need be paid excepting that it
should occasionally be cleaned
with gasoline and should be
dressed with a few drops of
castor oil to softsn the leather,
The change gear is of the
planetary type and is built re
markably strong. Proper lub
rication is te only demand
which this mechanism makes.
, ' SPRINGS
Three-quarter elliptic springs
in the front and full elliptic
springs in the rear make the
, car "ride like a cradle,"
A storage battery supplies the
current. A, reserve set of dry
cells is a part of the equipment.
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