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Lcahl Chapter No 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Second Deuroc.
Hawillari Lodge Installation
All visiting members of tho
Order arc cordl.ill) Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovcry Monday evening nt
7:80 IdI.0 O r Hall'. Tort Street.
D. II HENDRY, Secretary.
. Ill . r VICKKltS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Ilret iuiJ third Fri
day evening nt T 30 IkoK. ot I'. Hall,
corner 1'crt ami Ileretnnla. Visiting
brothers conlliitly Invlletl to attend.
a. onniuNO, c.c,
jas. w. wiiiTn, K.n.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CI 6. . P. O.
B , will meet In tliclr halt on Kins
near I'ort Street every Friday even
ing. lty order of the R. It :
HENRY C. KASTON,
WM. II. McIKEKNY, E. R.
s ' Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
i! Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
? evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
V Hall, cor. Tort and llerctanla. Vlill-
2 lnc brothers cordially Invited to at-
;" W L. rilAZEE, c.c,
' ( 15. A. JACOI1SON, K.n.3,
B0H0LULU AERIE 1-J0, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of l Hall, corner
iJeretanl.i and Tort streets.
Vlsitlug Kaglcs nro Invited to at
tend. W L. PRAZCn, V., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mecto every flut and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A H. ARLEltJII, Sachsm.
A. E MURPHY, C. of It.
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EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Brrctama St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whirkey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AOENTB.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in a brand new sevtn-seater. Call up
101 or H387-BWI ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday
Ctli, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
' Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING,
Office: Honolulu raintir.u' Co, 221
King St ; P 0. Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
JUNG ST. NEAR BETHEL
JDcalcrs in Fi r 'ituro Mattresses,
tiiEtc, Etc. All l.jnds of KOA and
,IIISSI0N FURNITURE Made Tr
ajJUHCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in tovvfl.
?;; The Fashion Saloon,
V notel St. near Fort
,t Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20c
, Children! te
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring.
Ine to view scenes from man; lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos'.,
xwo changes eacn weeic 4
Monday and Thursday
The Tonganesc in Their Country;
A Cabman's Delusion; The Thieving
Hand: A Cowboy's Elopement; A Col
rrl Man's Rrvenee: A Yankee Man-
o'-Waman; A Fiijht for Love; For
tnc iintc oi tnc juiuer; a nunaway
The best assortment ever
shown in the' city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EYERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388,
When you (ft
us to make
at ready-to -,
Our f 25. suits
WOULD DIE RATHER
THAN LEAVE HAWAII
Chun Sung, a ono-arnied Chlneso
with n police locord, appeared In tho
Police Couit this morning on n
charge of vagrancy, tho t.iso Wiving
lioen continued for a week until this
dato In older to give his friends a
chance to collect money to ship htm
back to China.
It now appears, however, that the
defendant did not wish to return to
tho Flowery Kingdom Ho told his
fi lends that If they bent him In sptto
of his wishes, ho would commit sui
cide. b Jumping overboard from the
steamer, and they arcordlngly gave
up their plan. The case was contin
ued for a week In order that Judge
Amlrade might pass on It.
LOCAL A GENUAL
If you have a business opportunity
to offer, persist reasonably, in B u 1
letin want advertising it and it
Till appeal to' the -right person. ,
Reserve your table for Xmu din
ner at' the Royal Annex,
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., SO' Young Uldg. Phone
If ou are looking for any of your
frlonds go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll And them.'
Call at the Bulletin office and
get a free lift of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Hide in the swell BUideuanor driven
by the expert s chaff cur, M. T. Luti.
Phone 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage.
Kerr's Will show ox Hllonlan a
grand lino of bos' suits. Snappy
goods, great value, nil prices, any site.
Harmony Lodge No. 3. I. O. O. F.,
v,lll have important work In Odd Fel
lows hall, Port street at 7:30 this
evening. All members are requested
to be present.
Tho Methodist Sunday school will
hold Its Christmas exercises 1n tho
church Wednesday evening, December
i3d at 7:30 o'clock. ParcntB and
trlends of the children nro cordially In
Mtcd. For a few of the leading brands of
cigars, bco Fltzpatrlck 1'AfrIcanoa,
Adallna Pattl. Hoffman House, Wil
liam Pain, Oilman House and John
W. Mcrrlam'a New York goods, the
famous Dull Dog
J. M. Levy & Co. have a ery choice
lino of ChrUtmas dcjlcaclea of all
kinds. Oct 5 our orders In early. Dig
rhlpmcnt of all fresh fruits and vege
tables by tho Hllonlan tomorrow.
Palk Moon Kl, the Korean who Is
alleged to have shot a fellow-countryman
In Maktki last week, waived
examination In the Police Court this
morning, and was committed to tho
Henry May & Co. receive all tho
fresh fruits and vegetables In season
by tomorrow's Hllonlan. Please phone
orders for Christmas now, and have
goods reserved on Ice for Christmas
delivery. Phono 22.
Have an Xmu party at "Royal An
nex." You can test your own line on the
I'titomntlc telephone by calling your
cwji number. If It Is working all rlgh
ou will get the "Busy Bun" (You'll
nlnays get It). Subscribe at Water
houso Trust Co.' for a phone.
John Oliver, who lust finished ser
ving a six months' sentence for
drunkenness, appeared before Judge
Long this morning on his eighteenth
charge for the samo offense. He had
nontence suspended for n week In or
der to give him a chance.
Akama, an pldtlmo rice planter In
Hulcla, was sued for taxes by Hanalke
last Thursday. He showed that ho
wbb up against It to such a degree that
It moved the collector's heart to givo
him time to pay his taxes until tho
next crop was harvested. Garden Is
land. ' There la to be a great contest at the
Lowllng alley New Year's Day. Beside i
the regular Oorman gamo for tho C.
M. Cooke trophy and the four addi
tional prlies, there will 'bo a contest
of skill at duck pins at night with six
prizes put up by D. P. R. Iscnberg
E. C. Peter may bring suit
against the Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Company for damages for the
death of Arthur Allen, who waa kill
ed In the Puunene railroad accident.
It Is rumored that William Allen, the
father of the young man who was
killed, sent Mr. Petcra to Walluku
to look Into the easo.
I.lhue Plantation has hastened In
comply with tho rules laid down by the
Doard of Supervisors some time Ago,
that owners of railroads make the
crossing of macadamized blghwayu
cemontcd ones. W. Bchlcber has just
completed the crossing ai the hospital,
having finished the one at the mill
Borne tlmo ago. Garden Island.
The case of Jack McFadden, the
pugilist, who waa chanced with as
sault and battery on John Duncan,
was stricken from the Police Court
calendar at the request of the prose
cutloo this morning. Joe Uetten
court, who tried to prevent the ar
rest of McFadden, pleaded guilty to
a charge of assault on au officer, but j
had Ills sentence suspended for .six
months. " N
Notwithstanding '(he inclement j
weather, 'a. Jarge dejogatlon ot the
Christian Endeavor Society of Central
Union Church held their' Christmas
icrrlce at Lcahl Homo last Sunday af
ternoon. The meeting was led by Oeo.
Paty In his usual Interesting way,' Af
ter the meeting, presents were distrib
uted to the inmates by the Endeavor
trs, Among those present from other
societies Vero' 'Messrs! J"." MarHuTand
J. C. gwjng. M
A Heat Ixeelle&t AnAl-awt f
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. TK0IE MV.
THE BEST 'TITTERS" OT XOWtt,
HONOLULU, T. 1I MONDAY, DEC.
Seven Millions Short
USB9X, Partufcal, Dec. 21. The municipal accounts of Lisbon arc
seven millions of dollars short.
Carnegie Repeals It
vP , '
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dee. SI, Andrew Carnegie appeared before
the Home Committee on Ways and Means today. He reiterated his fre-
auent assertion that the steel industry needs no protection from the
tariff. , i
I -V ,1 ii s iw
mi w N MAINE TO VENEZUELA
JfORFOLK, Ta., Dec. 21. The battleship Maine has been ordered
south, aupposedly to Venezuela
Richard 'vVnlton Tully nnd wife ot
San Francisco set new record for
horseback trip from San Francisco
President directs Inquiry Into tho
chargo that Postmaster Henry of
Paso Roblea condoned Haas' attack
James A. Hlalr arrives lu Ban Fran
Cisco from Now York and may have
his eye' on Unlftd Railroads.
Roosevelt nnd Taft Indorse plan
for FcdcVal aid In conserving Na
Ban Francisco automobllo enthus
iasts bellcvo persons 'who flee nfter no
cldcnts should be severely punlahed.
Korean sflaycr to plead patriotic In
kanlty as excuse for murdering Dur
ham White Stevens. I
Former Secretary of Nnvy Metcalf
ebb aerial navigation will bring about
ihango In methods of warfare.
IF YOU WAIT for the serious
trouble with your eyes, you will take
the ierious consequences.
Come to us with the first symptom.
THE OLD RELIABLE
MODEL F f
This two-cylinder touring
car has had flye yean pfi un
paralleled success, and it un
araataed ability for doing all
round work xannot' be ques
tioned. Strong statement,
but any Buick owner will con
The service brake consists of
external' contracti&g bands an,
the differential drums and ii
oneratMl hv a. toot lever. In
ternal expanding hub braklft
acting oa 14-taeii wheel' drams I
ana operaiea oy a iiae lever
make an unusually strong set
of emergency brake. J
The horisontal, -two-cylinder
opposed motor under the body
is very-accessible. The Buick
jralve in the head construc
tion is used, the valve and
cage being easily removed as
a' unit. t
A mechanical force feed gear
driven oiler is used. After
the adjustments on the oiler
have' 'once been correctly
I made, no 'further attention
need be paid to the lubricat
ing system except to fill the
A CARLOAD OF THESE WELL-KNOWN AUTOS IS DUE IN THE "HIL0NIAN" TUESDAY.
-The von Hamm-Young Co-, Ltd., Agents
Ocorgo I,. King has been appointed
Eccretnry of Southern Pacific cpmpiny
to succeed J. I Wlllcult.
Widow of Hobert O. Ingcrsoll wins
f 100,000 But In United Stntos Supremo
Now let Miss Tarbell ge' bony on
an annotated edition do iuxo of the
Archbold letters. Milwaukee Sintlml.
It Is expected Hint the Wajn nnd
Means 'Tariff Revision Committee
will grnnt many requests for more
time to present demands of innny In
terests nffectcd by proposed changes.
"I nm a great believer In atmo-
hphcrcs being conducive of insplrn-
Hon," remnrked tho literary person,
"Wlui t atmosphere Inspires )ou to do
the most work?" "An atmosphcro
well filled 'with the nroran of bcef
Rteak and potatoes," confessed tho
garret bard with a Iecp High.
SHE WAS DEAR
"Please don't keep calling me
'dear' at tho table," she whispered.
"People will think we are on our
hone moon." "But I can't help call
ing J on 'dear'," gasped the joung
man with the light pocKctbook, "The
portion )ou ordered amounts to over
sssssssHssssssssBssssssHiTsV VasHsPSsHsssssssssa Ingl
$1350. DELIVERED IN HONOLULU, COMPLETE WITH TOP, GAS LAMPS, GENERATOR, ETC.
Model R Specifications
BODY Side entrance tonncau.
SEATS Five persons, .
WHEEL BASE 82 inches.
GAUGE 86 inches.
TliES-30x4 inch Michelin.
STEERING Tilting column, pinion
BRAKES External contracting on
jdulcrentiEl, and internal expand
SPRINGS Three-fourths elliptic in
front, full elliptic in rear.
FRAME Angle iron.
MOTOR Doubleopposed. 22 H. P.
CYLINDERS 42x 5 inches.
VALVE ARRANGEMENT In head
of cylinder; cage and valve re
1 movable. "
COOLING Water. Gear pump.
IGNITION Jump spark.
M!i; smbkTj'sssssmP'ssmsBssmspIj v-i? 'aifei'Ci.tfy, j m
t IN FOREIGN PORTS fl ARRIVEP L
Monday, December 21.
PAN FRANCISCO-Hnlleil Dec. 19!
3. 8.. Alameda, 11 u. m., for Hono
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 21:
S. S. Alnsknn, from Senttlc.
OAVIOTA Sailed Dec. 17:
Sp. Falls of Clvdo, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONAT-Arrlvcd Dec. 10. .
Schr. H. C. Wright, from'Smf F"ran
KAHUI.UI Salleil Dec. 19:
S. H.J.urlluc, for San Francisco.
Saturday, December 19.
OAVIOTA Sailed Dec. 17:
Sp. Falls of Clydo. Toi Hon ,1'Ju
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Deo 19.
' S. S. Alameda, 11 ;i. m, for Hono
lulu. MAHUKONA Arrived Doc. 10:
Schr. II. C, Wright, from S:.n Finn
','You have deceived me, growled
tho man who hnd bought n bungalow
In tho suburbs. "How so, sir?" nsk
ed the oily tongucd real estate ngent
"Why, wheh we vtne negotiating you
said there vvcro no common gossips
in this neighborhood. "And I spoke
the truth, sir. They arc all uncom
mon. You couldn't find their equal
In seven States."
"Well, John, there Is on'o consola
tion," remarked Mrs. Stubb. nfter
reading the Into election returns.
"When woman suffragettes arc nl
lowed to vole they won't scratch
their tickets." "No," laughed Mr.
Still))), over his teacup, "they will
sfiend their tlmo trying to scratch
the "rival candidates."
syTor Rent" cards on sale 'at
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyolt
Motor, (175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South SI
CURRENT SUPPLY Storage bat
tery and set of dry cells in re'
LUBRICATION Mechanical force
feed lubricator, gear dnven.
MOTOR CONTROL Spark and throt
tle levers on top of wheel on im
CHANGE GEAR Planetary; two
speeds forward, one reverse,
CLUTCH Cone, wide surface, po,i.
CONTROL Foot pedals for slow
speed ahead and reverse ; side lev
er for engagement of clutch.
GASOLINE TANK IS gallons.
PRICE $1350. This price includes
three oil lamps, gas headlights,
generator, horn and repair outfit.
Sunday. Dcccmbci 20.
Stnir. Nllhau, from Hawaii, 3:30
Stmr. Mlknhala, from Moloknl and
Maul ports, 2:25 n m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, from Koual ports,
Stmr. Ukellke, from Hawaii, 7 a. in.
Sunday,, December 20.
Stmr. Nllhau, for Havuill, 1 P. m. '
SAILING TODAY I
M. N. S.'S. Hllonlan, Johnson, from
Pan Jfranclsco, 8 ap. m.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
nnd Mnul ports. Dep. 20. Miss Taka
hashl, Mrs. B. Mnnnnmano, J .II. Wil
son, Miss Klml Knuahu, Rev. J. Kckl
1)1, Chang Chung. W, W. Shaw, J. I).
McVeigh, II. Lord, A. M. Arnilston, M.
Dlnz, Jos. Gomez, J. Pacheco. Miss F.
Uartlge, L. A. Tureson, Chang Fung,
Mrs. Ah Tim, Mrs. Dudolt, K. II. Van
Wagner. J. Nakaleka, A. K. Cathcart.
Per etmr. W O Hnll, from Knunl,
Dec. 20. Miss Sunter, Miss P. Kaon,
Dr. Osmcrsc, T. K. Oqulna, Win. timi
dly, Miss Wheeler, T. O'Hrlcn. Lid.
Spltzcr, Oeo. Klticgcl, O. Wnggoner,
Miss C. A. Monfnrd, Miss S. Jordan,
Mrs. Coney nnd servant. Master
Coney, Miss Coney, Mr. Kaheainaniil,
J. M. Kniilkua, Mir Kueo, MIkh O. Rlc
nrd. II. Olnss, Mrs. C. II. W. AM, Chns.
DROUGHTS HAVE COST
(Continued from Fub 11
city supplied with water Is now sum
med up at $8455. The total appinprl
ntlon of tho last Legislature for sal
aries for two jears was $30,210.
Tho extra monoy that was sp:nt for
fuel and maintenance of tho pumplr.s
plants amounts to $7810. TbU w.ts
taken from tho appropriation for run
ntiiK expenses nnd maintenance of thu
water works Bjste.m. Tho total aipro
priatlon of tho last Legislature for tho
two years for this purpose waj $71,500.
THE OLD RELIABLE
. ENGINE BEARINGS
The engine bearings are large
and it is not necessary to re
adjust them every few weeks.
The clutch js self-adjusting
and is another mechanical an
pliance to which mf 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 soften the leather.
CHANGE GEAR ,
The change gear is of the
planetary type and is built re
markably strong. Proper lub
rication is the only demand
which this mechanism makes.
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 equip-ment.
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