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HVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T It., TUESDAY, DEC 22, 1000.
liW'Ul . .IWH . II II !
J 'l.ilfjMf I I I PIMmMIB
Leahl Chaotsr No 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Louge Installation
All vlrlilng members nt tho
Order uie riM Hull) Invited to
attend nici tings (if local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
toU wr Monday evening lit
H:Wi in 1 O. 0. F, ll.ill, Tort Street
E It HEN DRY. Scuctary.
HEN. F. VICKEUS, N. O.
All tuning hi others cry cordially
OABU LODGE, Nc 1. K. of P.
Meets iwry flmt nnd third Fri
day veiling it 7 JO In IC. of 1'. Hull,
"Oomti 1'c.rt und llaretnnlu. Vloltlng
biotbim cordially Invited to attend.
A C, DEKIUNO. C.C..
J.8 V WHITE, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LodfiNo C16, II. P. O.
Ql, will iml lu their hull on Kins
nour Ko,t Sti-it every Friday oven
tag. Oy ordtr u" tin C It..
Hh.in f. GASTON,
" Wil H McISEllXY, E. It.
Win. JfKnTLEY LODGE No.8,'K.ofP.
'. Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
.evening at 7.30 uYlnrk In K. ot 1'.
linil, cor ran unci iiorcianin. visu-
''teg brullierB cordially Invited to at
W L. FIIAZHE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOIISON, K.U.S
H0K0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY i vpdIukh ot em li month at
,'.730 o'clock la K. of V. Hall, corner
, Deretunln and Tort ttrcots.
; vlittlng Eagles nro Invited to nt-
,V. L. FUAZEE. V., ITest.
II. T. MOOltE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every Ilift nnd thlitl Thurs
days nf eioh month at Knights ot
Pythias ll.ill Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invltid to sttnml.
: A. U AltLEIOII, Sachem.
K A. E. Ml'IU'IIV, C. of It.
1 g. ......
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
t:7 Lrrctania St. Phone 1401.
The Beit Whiskey on the Market.
TI10S. F. McTlfjIIE & CO., ACJEN1S.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755,
in e. brand new seven-scatcr. Call up
101 or 1453 nnd nsl; for
C. H. BEEN
REDUCTION GALE front Saturday
5th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1020 NUUANU ST.
: W ong Wong,
CONTRCTO. and BUILDER.
, PLUMJ1ING and PAINTINO,
Oiflce: Honolulu Pair-tine; Co, 221
Kint St. ; P 0. Box 014.
. KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattre3scs,
'Etc.. Etc. All 'inds of K0A and
MMISSJOn FUR..iIURE Made Tf
yp"-. - - - -
?L V N C H E S and DRINKS
The mo3t popular
place in town
The Fashion Saloon,
, , ,- , (:i
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20c
Wondirful Motion Pictures bring
line to view scenes from many lands
aim embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Tonganeic in Their Country;
A Cabman's Delusion; The Thieving
Hand; A Cowboy's Elopement; A Col
ored Man's Revenge; A Yankee Man-o'-Warsman;
A Fitht for Love; For
the Hate of the Miller; A Bunaway
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES 4
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY i
Leave your order for a box ft
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
J CHAMBER'S DRUG
Corner King and Fort Streets.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
r.R. T. FELIX QOURAUFS 0RIEKTAL
- CREAM OR MAGICAL MAUTIHER
UaMi, MiJ bib XuVfk
v mill trtrf hirmba
W m Team
t 4 kmraiit
frit W kluUai
l fcm. Dr. U. A.
Hrr hM U h
U4r ! tL UuU
ttio (ft mUil):
RiMfriitH rVviilil k tt kdt LttruAu M fll
SovJi Mi Hi tht Ubltitl Suet, Cut m& Xrpa.
rEBlT.HIlPiniS, Ft.p, 37 Eittt Jjim ?ht, IImT1
A Specialty is made of repairing
MER0HANT ST. TEL. 388
When you g( 1
us to make
Our $25. raiti
cards on sale at
11, . LtiirtbaiL-p.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If vdu liave a' business OBDortUnity
to offer, persist reasonably,1 in B u 1
letin want advertising it and it
will appeal to tlic right person.
,Tako your carrlaKo or nutomoblle
Phone 290. P. R. Sullivan, Hack
to II an nil. in Cnrrtao ManfK, Co, for
Commercial Ratings. Merc, ltcfer
elice Agcy., .18 Young lllilg. Phone
If vou nro looklnB for nny of jour
friends go to tho "Two Jucka" nnd
jou'll find them.
J. M Dowselt lias favored tho Bul
letin with n linmlsomo calendar for
the comliifi j ear.
If j on want Rood goods at bargain
prlceB go to Mourn. Christmas toys
cheap. Open evenings.
Christmas treett will 1 ready for
selection at S o'clock tomorrow morn
Iiik at Henry May ft Co.'s.
Call at the Bulletin office and
cct a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
The count In tho Dolls tiousa con
test up to yesterday evening appears
In Whitney & .Marsh's ad today.
lllilo In tho swell Studeoaker driven
by the expert charfeur, M. T. httfz,
Phono 191. ltoyal Hawaiian Oarage.
A bottle of Malta cologpa will be nc
copied with pleasure by any lady. Hen'
son, Smith & Co , Ltd., Hotel and Fort.
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd,
l'ort and Merchant streets. Tel-
It Is iiunnrod. unomclally, here
that Clifford Plnchot may bo the new
Secietury of Agriculture under the
Tha Owl r.s. clgnr Is rapidly gaining
in popularity .imong smokers who
Judge of n cigar by Us merit, nnd not
by the price of It. Sold by M. A
Gunst & Co., Ltd.
All soda waters arc not the same;
quality counts in making soda water
as In everything else. After you have
tried Hycroft's sodns, the others will
be spoiled for you. Pnone 270.
We have Christmas books for ev
erybody picture boons and stories foi
children nnd all the standard and pop
ular authors for grown-ups, Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd., Young building.
Have an Xmas party at "Royal An
"It you wnnt to glvo t-onie man n
present lio will like,, look at some of
our good things to wonr; neckwear,
gloves, hoBlery, shirts, underwear,
canes, umbrellas, etc. Sllva's Toggery.
Don't put off making out your will
another day, It Is an unnecessary risk
that jon nro forcing your family to
tnkc, and It Is not right. Lot us draw-
up your will. Hnwallan Trust Co..
Ltd., 923 Fort.
'Economy In paint Is measured by Itb.
durability. Pure Prepared Paint Is;
Just entering upon tho prime of life
whop other, cheaper paints nro old and.
failed nnd wrinkled Lowers ft Cooke.
Ltd . 177 S. King street.
Knal's 'orchestra will M at the Palm,
Cnfo tonight und ovcry night until
Christinas us an additional attraction,
though tha quality of the candy sol.1
there requires nothing moro than its'
sweetness to draw n crowd.
Democratic' candidates-wore Winners
beforo (ho Supremo Courts toJay. This'
morning Joo F-j.-n's ilGht to cull him-'
self Major of Honolulu was citnb
llshed, nnd tills afternoon by a recount
of the voter. In l.lhuo precinct, Chas
Illako, defeated caiulldate for r.ti.lltor
of Kauai, according to the offlcl il in
turns, wns put one vuta In thu bind ot
Georgo E. II. tinker.
Tho official returns from l.lhuo pre
cinct gave Duker 104 votes to 68 for
Illako. Tho latter, In his own name,
contested tho election, alleging finud
or wrongful counting of tho votes In
this precinct. According In tho count
In tho Supremo Court thl afternoon
which was allowed In tho l.lhuo pre
cinct to discover If there v as any tiuth
in the allegations in the petition, illako
gets CS-votosvhllo Daker Is reduced la'
ldo, which makes n net gain fjr Illako
of fivo votes.
This puis him 'one hi tho lea 1 for.
Auditor of Kauai, though It Is probable.
KlUb U IVVUUIIl ui uiu tull'B 1U Ull II1U
precincts will yet bo had.
pjf"For Rent" cirdt on le at
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE MS.
THE BEST "FITTEES" IN TOWN.'
Gains In ;
Morgan' Did Much Work
For Hawaii On
Jas. F. Morgan, the president of
tho Chamber if Commerce, lettirned
lnBt night tn the Hllonlan from tho
Coast, where he went mainly for Iho
bcilcflt ot his health, but where he at
the sume time Uld a largo amount of
work in the interest of Hawnll.
"I attended tho Ttnns-Mlsslsslppl
Commercial Congress, meetings of the
Hoard of Trade, nnd the convention
held under tho auspices of that, body
for the purpose of getting together
material nnd statistics regarding tar
iff matters for submission to the
Ways and Means Committee of the
"With regard to the coastwise ship
ping-law matter, I heard while I was
In Han Francisco that Captain Mat'
son is delaying his plans for the coti'
structlou of a new passenger steam
er, nnd that he might build a freight'
cr instead It the coastwlso law were
"At the TranB-MlsslsslppI Congicm
I nnd talks with various detegnteH
and 'Congressmen, nnd 1 feel assured
that borne relief will bo given Amer
ican shipping, whether It be by sub
sidy or mall contracts nr soma such
thing. This is tho right time, anil I
hnvo no doubt that some i.iilIi meas
ure will bo passed."
During his stay on the Coast, Mor
gan also did much towards working
up interest In tho Pearl Harbor cele
IF YOU WAIT for the serious
trouble with your eyes, you will take
the serious consequences.
Come to us with the first symptom
THE OLD RELIABLE
This two-cylinder touring;
car has had five years-of un
paralleled success, and its un
surpassed ability for doing all
round work cannot be-questioned,
but any Buick owner will con
The service brake consists of
external contracting bands onj
tne differential drums and is
operated by a .foot lever. In
ternal expanding hub brakes
acting on 14-inch wheel drums
and operated by a side lever
make an unusually strong set
of emergency brakes,
The horizontal, two-cylinder
opposetl motor under the body
is very accessible. The Buick
valve in the head construc
tion is used, the valve and
cage being easily removed as
A mechanical force feed gear
driven oiler is used. After
t 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
The Buick Model F
A CARLOAD OF THESE WELL-KN OWN AUTOS IS DUE IN THE "HIL0NIAN" TUESDAY.
The von Ha'mmVoung Co-, Ltd., Agents
bration in lull', und In oxcm-HlKi!'
from Seattle, San Francisco, and Ban
I'edtn. It Is practically certain thi.t
the steamer Governor will come In
Fobruhiy, picking up tho Seattle mei
in San Francisco nnd tuuchlne Son
l'edto on the way. She will go first
to Hllo, staying thcio tlueo das to
give the vlsltois n tlirnio to vce the
Volcano, iind wilt thun stay In Hono
lulu about n week.
.Morgan ulm extended Invltullotn
to visit Hawaii to Tnft and Itlcbniil.
He had n conference legnrdliiK the
Federal building site exchange with
W. Q. Irwin, who stated that tho
chnnge had been suggested to him li
the Government, und that It w.rt not
advantageous to him. He thought
that the Honolulu people should hnvo
nddressed their I. Id; to him In the
first plate, as ho did 1 1 w'sli tn op
pose the wishes of the community.
Per S. H. .M111111.1 Re 1, for Hllo, Dec.
22. W. Mucfarlaiie nnd wife, Miss
Kntherlno Smith. Mis. W O. Smith,
Miss I. Hlchnrdson, Miss 1L llonton,
Miss E. It. Conen, Miss Hosanion I
Snnuzy, F. M. Svvniuy nnd wife,
Charles Slomsen Goo N Hancock,
Miss Mnbel Wnlahale Violet Makoc,
Miss Ethel D. Hourki-, Miss Hind,
Miss Elsie Ldgale, Miss Dor.i L!
pate, Herbert Hhlpmaii, Mrs. It. I. l.ll
lie. Mis. I.utgen, Miss Stacker, J. J.
Harrier, J. A. Mngitlrc Miss Duchal-
iky, Mrs. James Lemon, M. A. Ilycroft,
1 mils warieii, It. 1). Anderson, A.
Lewis, Jr., J. W. Holland. B. P. Ill.ino
end wife, T. .1. Eekberg and wife. Miss
Gibson, MIsh Maud Kekuewa, Miss il.
1 IVIilmir MIku Atinlti Miilvminv I.. Wit.
l.on, J, (lll)son, Mis Fuknl.
Per stmr. Miiiiun I.o.i. from Knu
and wny purls. He. 22. -'.Miss Vim
Orden, Dr. I.. Van Onion, M. S. Thom
as and wife. Miss N. Ilodkins, F. A.
He la Ntix, MIhh H. Malaknna, Mis.
IV t. t.i.sll,. IM.isli.r A. I.i..ll. It. A.
MeWnjne. llert Llghtfoot, (1. F.
Wxlght, 1:. M Xinller. Mlsa it. Henja-
linin, I), 11. n.tvis, 11. 1.. Kerr, i). 11.
Case nnd wife, Miss A. Case, II. Awn,
Mrs, J. K. Kunewa. F. E. Enos, P.
G Wrlglitsnn, I). II Maconaehle.Mrs.
F A. May. Miss S. Ah Fat, E. Smyth.
Dr IS II I'rutt W
Mrs, (1. Aftiy,
E. Howell, Dr. II. II lliiml, I). F Ml"
Corrlston, J. llergstrom and r,3 deck.
BULLETIN ABS PAY
$1350. DELIVERED IN HONOLULU. COMPLETE WITH TOP, GAS LAMPS, GENERATOR, ETC,
Model F Specifications
BODY Side entrance tonncau.
SEATS Five persons.
WHEEL' BASE 92 inches.
GAUGE 56 inches.
TIRES 30x4 inch Michclin.
STEERING Tilting column, pinion
BRAKE3 E.'.ternal contracting on
differential, and internal expand
SPRINGS Three-fourths elliptic in
front, full elliptic in rear.
FBAME Angle iron.
MOTOR Double opposed. 22 H. P.
CYLINDERS 4i2 x 5 inches.
VALVE ARRANGEMENT In head
of cylinder; cage and valve re
movable. COOLING Water. Gear pump.
IGNITION Jump spark.
IN FOflEIQN PORTB
Dcce liber 22.
Sailed Die 2i
foi San Francisco,
,01 iy, Cllti.
a s Mexican
I?,N I'ltANCISl'O Anlvo.1 Dee 22,
55. S. Arlzonan, from Knanapal!
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec 22:
; & H. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
HA.MllllIHl -Hailed Dec. 18:
('.it. sp. Fileda, foi Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Salted Dec. 22:
S. S. NlroiiieillR. for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCIHCO -Sailed Her.
S. S. Korea, 2 p In, f.ir Honolulu.
Saturday, December 19..
(IAVIOTA Sallul Dec 17:
Hit. Falls of Clyde, foi llo'i.r.lu
SAN FHANCISFO -Sailed D10 111
H. S. Aliiincdi, II 11. 111.. for I Ion. 1
MA1IUKONA -Arrived Due It',' v
Schr. II. C. Wright, from S..n Finn
THE HAltK Amlii'W Welch, operate .
by the Matson Nuvlgitim Company
will 1. ill Tor ttnl inaini'.iiiil tomiuroK
morning tit 10 o'clock lth ' 1" tons ot
Teiiipei.itiins li ii, 111, 70: X 11, 111.
2; 10 n, m., 7.1; 1101111, 7.1;-uioriiliu
llnioineter, 8 a. m .in.ir,; nhsolute
bunilillty, s a, m , 5,1111 grains per ruble
foot' lelallvu humidity. S n. m, G1 pur
(rut; ilw point, it a. m r.s.
Wind -(! n 111, velocity o, direction
N. E.; S 11. m, velocity 12, dh-i cllon
E.i JO 11. 111., veloelt) HI, iltrec lion E.:
noon, velocity 10, dnot'tlon N. E
Italnfnll during 21 bourn Ltided 8 11
Total vtlul movement during 2
hours ended nl noon, 278 tulles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Bureau
A Iloston woman who tripped ovfr
a iikco nf tiro huso left 1111 the tid
'W!llk 0,,,!lllu'1 'laiMigOi fioiu l!i
I Tho city nf Dublin Ins n population
rf nliuut "'9S.10S. while New York cll
,,'lias an lilsh population esllnuted at
CURRENT SUPPLY Storage bat
tcry and set of dry cells in re
LUBRICATION Mechanical force
feed lubricator, gear driven. ,
CARBURETOR Scheblcr. v
MOTOR CONTROL Spark and throt-'
tie levere on top of wheel on im
CHANGE GEAR Planetary; two
speeds forward, one reverse,
CLUTCH Cone, wide surface, posi
CONTROL Foot pedals for slow
spced ahead and tcvcise; side lev
er for engagement of clutch
GASOLINE TANK 15 gallons.
PRICE $1350. This price includes
tin ce oil lamps, gas headlights,
generator, horn and repair outfit.
Mondny, December 21.
M N II H Hlliiutaii, Johnson, fiom
Sun Finnclrcu, S:30 p. 111.
Stmr. Manna l.o.i, Sliiicrsnn, from
Lalmtua, 0:30 11 111.
Tuesday, Deccmhor 22,
Stmr. MMinn K011, Fieemati, for
IIII11 nnd wny portH, 12 in.
H. S. Columbian for K.ihulul, Ktant-
pall und llllii. f, p 111.
tUtur. Mlkahal.i ror Molol.al and
ilaul'poils n i in
Stmr. W. (I Hal', for Kami porta, I",
I'er M. !. S S. IIIIoiiluii fiom Si'ii
Frnneleco, Dec. 21, Mrs. II, T.' Mooie,
Miss M. Goinalves, Claude Kellogg, A.
O. Hholahl, E. Klk, T. A. Hon ill. Jr.,
J L. Wliltmoir, .1. F Morgan, W. II.
I tonus, J. W. Holland. M Melntyie, II.
E. Kolsoy, E. Hnlijituon, .1. Anilr.nle,
A. Cnir, O P. Chandler, P. W. Me
Cm thy. Jos. Sdiml.lt A C.illmitn
Tuesday, December 22.
S. H. Mathilda. K 01 land, fiom Ne.v
castle 8 11 m.
H, S.,lly.idiM, Alvvyn, finin Seattle,
8:20 n 111,
.,. .., .j.
i PAS8ENGER6 BOOKED
Per stmr. Mlknhnl.i, for Maul and
Mnloknt It Hitchcock II. It. Hitch
cock. Jr. Miss I Mcir.Islon, Margaret
Meyer, liudilph Meyer, Ernest .Meyer.
Pr Slim V (1. Hall for Kauai
Miss A Welllko MImi Km n, Father
Jnhii I,. Wi'fii7liclier.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins 5L opposite South St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Hnlletin Editorial Room Pbbne 185
THE OLD RELIABLE
The engine bearings arc large
nnd it is not necessary to re
adjust them every few weeks.
The clutch is self-adjusting
and is another mechanical an
plinncc to which no attention
need be paid excepting that it
should occasionally be cleaned
with gasqline and should be
dressed with a few drops of
castor oil to soft:n the leather,
The change gear is of the
planetary type and is built re
markably stiong. Piopcr lub
rication is the only demand
which this mechanism makes.
Three-quit! tor elliptic springs
in the front and full elliptic
spring? in the rear make the
car "ride like a cradle."
A storage battery supplies the
cunent. A reserve set of dry
cells is a. part of the equipment.
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