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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II, SATURDAYDKC. 26, 1908.
MASONIC & Hill
Leahi Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Second Deurce.
Hawaiian Lodge Installation
t AH visiting members of tho
lurder aro cordlnlly Invited to
Vticnd meetings of local lodges
S&ilONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Moniliy evening lit
t.flo In I O. 0. I'. ILtll, Tort Street.
E. It. HHNDItY. Secretary.
I.UN. P. VICKHKS, N. 0.
All Waiting brothers very cordially
OAHtT LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
kfeets every first uud third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hull,
coi nor Kcit ami Hcretanla. Visiting
broluer cunllull Invited to nttemt.
. a. nnr.Rixn, c.c,
jas w wiiiti:, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu iiiilvu No C1C, i). P. U.
C, will .uet-i in their hall on Kins
near l'"o.t olim-i every Friday even
ing. rij onto, oi the I'. K
HENRY C CAST ON,
Wll H. McINLRNY, n. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Meets ccry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evenlug nt 7.30 o clock In IC. of I'.
Hall, cor fort and Rerctanlo. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. w. i.. rRAznn, c.c,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tbo 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of 1 Hall, corner
Cerctania and Tort streets.
Visiting Hagles are Invited to nt
W. L. rRAZCK, W tPrest.
II T. JIOORi:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every, first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. ARI.niQII, Sachem.
A. E MURFHY, C. of H.
' ' nnsw ii
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
57 Brretania St Phone 1491.
The Reit Whiskey on the Market.
JHO.s F MeTIGHE & CO,, AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
VKGS 140 P. 0. BOX 755,
in a brand new sevtn-scater. Call up
101 or 1438 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION DALE from Saturday,
fith, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
OiTice: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
' King St.; P 0. Box 914.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Sealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
llUHOHIS and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
IJack Scully, Jack Roberts.
Jk, ntfrjfottl.. V.
MAri. - atjUtUj.itML . tJUafc
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20o
Wouderfal Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Special Christmas Program: The
Holy City: The Haunted Castle; life
in nn African Gold Mine; Japanese
Butterflies; Oscar's Elopement; The
Great Jewel Robbery. Orchestrelle
selections: Messiah, Rosamond, Mu
HErfRY MAY & COMPANY
LTD. Phone 22.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oroer for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy,' Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
' 7JTTJ TT 1 Vt
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pare.
A Specialty ii made of repairing
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
When you gn
us to make
Our $25. initi
have no ? '
GEO. A. MARTIN,
1& J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD. I
I FAMILY GROCERS M
I KING STREET near BETHEL 1
M PHONE 7G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
W Don't stor$ the passeumiture
in the! barn; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 et i n.Want Adi) will sell it for' you.
Phone 290. P.R.Sullivan, Hack 115.
See Rooms For Itent, this, Issue, on
Quarry street;, "
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage. Manfg. Co., for
Commercial Rntlngs, Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young Dldg. Phone
If you aro looking for any of your
mends go to toe; -"Two Jacks" uud
you'll nnd them. '
Call at the Bulletin office and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Kldo In tho swell Btudeuaker driven
by the expert chaffcur, M. T. I.ulz.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage.'
Get your dry' goods from mora Do
cause they nro as good as you can
find clsewhera and much cheaper,
Have your tycewrlters and machines
repaired at 'Wall, Nichols' Co., Ltd.,
Fort ana Merchant streoto. Tele
If "you received nn' untrained picture1
for Christmas let Ourrey & Co. frame
It for you In the right way at tho right
Get tho habit of talking by wlrelenjt
wllh friends on the other' Islands or on
iirrlvlng and departing steamers. Tlio
latcs are low.
The N. S. SAchs Dry floods Co., Ltd,,
will be closed nil day today. Watch,
lor their Sunday announcement It
will Interest you. .
Kor the finest staplo and fancy groc
cries nnd the best family service, try
J. M. Levy & Co., King street, near
Bethel. Phono 76.
There will bo n special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, P. and A. it.
this evening at 7:30 In Masonic Tem
ple, for the installation of tho newly,
The combination meals at the Alex
ander Young Cafo have met the ap
proval of business men, Bhoppcrs, and
all downtown diners. Prices are 2,1c,
35c, COc and 75c.
Even though the Xmas trado cut
quite a holo in Wall, Nichols Ca.'s
stock, they still havo a complete stock
of stationery and staple articles of
their many lines on hand.
A pair of gold rimmed glasses has
been lost. Kinder can receive reward
on return of same to Bulletin office.
Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson en
tertalned at a Christmas tree for the
family on Thursday eveulng. Among
those present was Mr. Dougherty, who
Is rapidly recovering from his serious
illness. , 4
It Santa Claus did not bring a Vlo
tor Talking Machine to your home, von
chould'jose no time In getting one your
self an, our easy payment plan, filers
strom' Music Co, Ltd,
Our sodas and tee cream are pro
nounced "Just right" by everybody
vho tries them. Cool and delicious
nnd satisfying when you are shopping.
Honolulu Drug Co , Ltd,
The new year Its fast amiroaclilnir.
Come in and gut tho pick of our hand-'
somo diaries for 1909, 'bound In cloth
and leather. Pocket nnd office sizes
Hawaiian News Co, Ltd.
Wo have a new lot of Hey wood Jmn-
ion shoes Just In. There Is nothing
so simple and effective In curing and
relieving bunions. Manufacturers'
Shoe Co., Ltd., 1051 Fort street.
,Tho Eddy Refrigerator will save you
ice bills, time, and work. It Is built
for tho consunior, wthout regard to
extra oxpeiisp ql manufacture. Let us
Fhow you. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Hard
ii you nayo any lurnuurfl to pa
moved, remember that It s aulckor.
Icsa trouble, and cheaper In the end
to have it do)p by a reliable, rcspons
lbjo.compitny, Union-Pacific Transfer
Co , Ltd. Phone 58.
Autlsts of the city are grpatly .inter
ptod lii the'newnve"pas?enger, 22 b.
p. shaft drlyo Fprd Touring Car for
(1185, delivered in Honolulu',' with
cape top, magneto',' tools, etc",at Schu
man Carriage Co , Ltd.
"Benjamin Clothes" ,nrp recognized
everywhere' as tbo standard "of tastp
und refinement in men's clothing.
Tailored in the latest New. York iash
qns, b(it povpr flashy .or qyer-djpwn.
juo rufn up., tap., agents.
If )pu have received a Kodak, tank
uoye oner, or, otner pnotpgrauhic ac
cessory, and don't gutter know how to
"make it'fc'o," bring it "to us. We shall
be glad to show jou. Honolulu Photo
Supply Co., Fort near Hotel.
Miss Power, Honolulu's' fashlonabln
milliner, will soon leave fqr tho Coast
to'mako personal selection of tho 190ft
millinery, styles, pfirlng her absence,
the salesroom will bo entirely renovat
cd for an extensive showing of thp
pejv year's models'.
Alj tho bqauUful trimmed hats now
In Block avIII be sold out at a clearance
.sale, and they may now be obtained at
ueciuemy reciucea prices lor tne next
BULLETIN ADS PAY
A Most Excellent Assortment' of
W. W. Atiana Co.,
63 S. KING ST. , PHONE 20.
THE BEST "FITTERS' IN TQWlj.
rM4ti;iMij&kik&A l.i.l njfe
OAix 1 UrtftViiotu, waiir., wce.-ii. wruem uuve ucen ibsucii jnr UK'
marines to bo muembjeil at Mare Island In readiness to sail for Honolulu
on the cruiser lluffnlo.
TWENTY THOUSANDS IN PRESENTS
NKW YORK. N, "Y.. Dec.'2.-- Over twenty thousand dollars vviih di
vided' today jbn,. Wall strcct'amonR th
nnd operators there lu the way of
f " r UNION MEN
SPRINGKIELI), III. Dec. 24.
ists hnve protcited to President Ro
Gompcrs, Mitchell, and Morrison to serve In Jail.
NATIONAL LEADERS COME
WASHINGTON, I). C Dec. Z4
ers havo sent messages of sjinpathy
leaders, has been sentenced to Jail.
FLYING MACHINES ON EXHIBITION
PARIS, France, Dec. 24. The A crunuullciil Salon was opened today
by President Fallleres, Wright, who holds tho world's aeroplane record,
Is among the exhibitors.
' m i i m
GOMEZ IS PRESIDENT OF CUBA '
HAVANA, Cuba, Dec. 24. Tho ttlectorul College today declared Go
mcz formally elected President of t he Republic of Cuba, vice Ziiynx.
I Jl J A UIU-. - . I J.- -x - . ' '"
AT SALVATION ARMY
Basket To Homes And
Many Were Fed
Staff Captain Ilrailley anil his help
era desire to thank all those who huws
helped so materially nnd gladly tJl
make successful their effort to bring
relief, comfort, nnd cheer to the poor
of Honolulu nt this festive season.
Ninety baskets or boxes filled with
food for a substantial Christmas din
ner went to as many homes on
Thursday, each family receiving u
duck, chicken, or beef, in many cases
a fowl and beef as well; potatoes,
pol, onions, rice, sugar, toffee, biead
and butter, and pie, oranges, upples,
nuts nnd candy.
Sufficient food for at least five per
sons was In the smallest basket, thus
supplying at least 450 persons. In
addition to this, a good dinner was
spread at the reading room on Nuu
anu avenue, of which a number of
men availed tncmspiyes.
At night a tremendous trowd' of
ktrvet boys thronged their hall at King, I
pnd Nuuanu Btreots. six hundred
tickets had been distributed and moro
wpro admitted. These'boys were dif
ficult to handle but after they had ro
calved their treat and had been din
posed jf peace was restored and tho
Sunday school children came lu for
their legitimate share.
A njco program was rendered ami
the toys and other gifts distribute 1
to the evident satisfaction of tho
A good deal of labor was expended
In the effort.'but piobably It has been
(lie moft practical and far-rtnc'. In?
Christmas work the Army has yet und
ertaken In Honolulu.
ARRIVES IN PORT
Thirteen days ,out from San Frnn-
Cisco, the four-mauled Sewell ship,
William P. Fryo arrived1 hero ycstei-
day morning, In ballast, from San
Francisco, The Fryo came around
tho Horn about three. months ngo,
The Superior Quality d Rainier 'Made
H - - r- -t
o employes of the' Block Hxchnnge
Five, hundred thousand Trade union
osevelUagalnst the sentencing of
TO AID OF LABOR MEN
William Jennings Ilrynn nnd oth
- to Gompcrs, who, with other labor
lying up for some time nt Sausalito,
owing to an Inability to get cugo
She will sail from here about tho en.l
of January with a inrgo of sugar for
Harly yesterday morning tho Five
poked her how sprit aiound Diamond
Head and started for the Btrciiu.
Wth the exception nf her trysil!t,
she carried but little canvni, but ahu
mude u striking picture tit, decll.itni;
the scrvlei'i of the tug Intrepid, sb3
sailed to ho.r.inchorage.
fTho Fr)o Is lommanded by Cap
tain Murphy. Her first mnt Mr.
Klehne, wus here on her about three
The last two iIiih of tho trip tlio
Frje struck some heavy weather and
lost two of her satis. She sailed from
San Frnnclsin Ju&t two hours after
the b.irkcntlnu Irmgard nnd urrivei
hero two bourn before that craf.
EACH YEAR-BY ELKS
That tho local Hlku lodgo will make
tho "niallhlni" Christmas tree nn un
nual affair is tho Information that was
given out this morning. An informal
meeting was held yeslerduy uftcrnoon
jut which It was decided that tho lodga
would tako on Itself the buiden of rals
lug funds each year and perpetuatln:;
tho excellent arrangement of esle.--
IS FILED IN COURT
A. G. M. Robertson filed his motion
for a rehearing of the Fern I.utio con
test In tho Supreme Court this morn
ing, and tho Judges Immediately took
Ihu matter under consideration. Tho
motion merely lecltcs thu icuuoHt fm
rehearing, giving ns grounds that thn
Court was in ciror when tho Ropubll
tan petition was dlsmlsbcd. Tlio ro
argument of the c-ieu will bo heard bo
foio the Supremo Couit Monday morn
ing. George Dovd II, son of Captain Dow-
dell of the Alameda, Is hern for a visit.
, Ho an I ved yesterday on his father's
m. M. Hall, n wealthy apple gio-vci
tuul shipper of the Hood River district,
Oregon, arrived hero on thu Almnula
and Is nt tho Seaside.
Home of Rainier
ftWmwj&mm& 'iT'ftSffw .:
1 ijliMliiMillsiiltstli li j
.. " . 1 iDDiueni I
IN rOREIGN PORT8 A ? ., i.
Saturday, December 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed lb i I
Ilk lit, P. Rllliot for Honolulu
HAN FRANCISCO-aalled Hut 2
8. H. Toxnn, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec 2",
B. S. Nippon Mnm, 3 p. in, bine
RV. FRANK FITZ
CALLED TO BOSTQN
Rev Frank 1'ltz, tho woll
k"""0 Lllss II. Cluuso
agngiiel1)(,x(1 c Vk
ry 2 l ' Ivr, Mrs Frledl
nplscopnl clergy mair, nnd ped
will leave In tho China, January
nccept n call to work with tho
of St. John tho evangelist.
Fiithur Fltz was for ninny years In
ehnrgo of tho Hawaiian congregation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral, which lie
brought to n very prospeious condi
lion, being In every sense of tho word
a father of his Hook, HU lo-iv'lng ol
this post wns the c.msu of the great
est logtet nn the part of tlio centre
gallon, which own pioteslcd htrnngl;
ogaliihl It. Hither I'llz founder Dm
Alllolaul College nt I'ulolo u couple of
year ngu, nnd tint ln-t llut loti In now
one of the most flourishing of It,
kind In the city.
ON COLLEGEJF HAWAII
Under tho nusplccs of tlio Farmers
Institute a meeting wilt bo held lu
tbo College of Hawaii, Ileretiiiu Htrttl
this evening nt 8 o'clock. President
Gllmoro of Hie College will spunk on
"The Collegu of Hawaii, Its Place uni'
Aims." Afterwards tho building will
be open for Inspection!
Tlio addtusH of tho evening wlll be
of Interest to nil concerned lu tho wet
fare of the collego and the public la
YOUNG HAWAIIAN CHIEF
Alfred IMunrd Kaulhomaiiol,, the
first son of Mr. and Mrs, D. K. Mlfu
laiil of this city, died lust night from
The young chief was born nt Ilonua
kahn, Queen slieet, In the old ictl
denro nf Hln Majesty King Kuliiknim
and CJiiclii Kaplolanl, In thu ye.ii 1ESJ
Ho wns educated at Ihu Kuyul bclmol
rud Inlniil college, Nlupnlpat, nude'
Rev. IIUIiop WI1IK He was n mim
her of tho Kiiwalahaii iliuuli un i Sum
day school mid tho Christian V.n eavnr
Tho fuucial wan held nt 3 n m, to
day, Interment In Kuw.ilnhn'i cjnic
tery. Mr. nml Mrs. K K IJlllc.il ml
will lr.no tho Hjmpathy of the com
munlty lu tho loss of their first ton.
The meeting of the Jnpnncso asso
ciation for higher wages, to bu held
tomorrow night lu the Asahl theatre
on Muunnke.i sticet, will bu watched
with much lutci est. The Japanese
community Is divided Into two fac
tions, fo far as tho hlgh-wugo propo
sition Is concerned The majority of
the Jnpanesu community is in favor
of having the plantation laboiers
given higher wages, while bomo of
tho prominent merchants think that
It Is the employers' business to bee
whether tho employes mo or uie not
entitled to a inlse.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
this Plant possible.
1'ilday. December 2o.
O S S. Alamciln, Dow dell, from San
Prancluco. 7 a. m
p M. S. S. Siberia, Dixon, from l- ,
1 oliiimn, 9:30 o'clock.
Sntuidny, December 2C.
S S Siberia, Dixon, for San Fran
cisco, 10 n. in'. '
f " PASSENGERS ARRIVED
'" Pel S S. Alameda, from San Fran
ilM.ii, Dec. 25. Frank Iloum, Mis.
llouiii, tluirgu C. Cnrty, A. i. t,naso
haso, Mra. Snm Codling. I..
reclnnd, II. J. Filcdlnnd
illnuder, Miss l.ydla Gib-
nm, ueriieu iirccn, j. wi.nit.-n
lltfuii. Geo Dow dell, Jules Ullller,
Mr Gkui. M. M Hill, Mrs. Hill, MIhs
MyrUo Hodge, I.eon llonlgsberger
Stnnli Kennedy. T C. I.enke, T. J.
Lesher, Mlia H l.loyd. Miss J. C
Locke, C J. MrCirtliy, O. II. McKay
II. S. Martliw'7, Mrs. Marline? nnd
child, T A. Miller, Jim. Otten, Mrs.
Ottuii, Gio. Itino D. II, Doby, Mrs .1
W. Hamuli ra, Mlsu Haunders, Walter
Pcrlbner. Miss C M Sullivan, J. 1 1.
T1ioiiiisoii, A. IC. Tieiuaii, Mrs. Tier
ban, Mrs. I,. Tloririn, lllsn (lertrudo
ToMiam, I.. H Underwood, Harry
l'A slinr Miiiiiiii Kim, rreciiian,
fruiu n, Dec 23. V. V. lll.inu, .Mis
Wane, Wuster Illane. A WIIIIiiim,
Mil.. J. Finney, J. II llriiwn, l)r Jno
Pinto, C, Custcndke, C. Hiibur, C.
M. V. WntMin. M. R. Jnmlesou, II '
Cormnn, I.. Kew, V. F. Jones, Master
F. Clinton, D. Stiles, It. II. Anderson
A. I.cwls, Jr., A. II Undflny, M. Mc
Mnhon, i:. Hedemaii R, I'. Qunrles
W. I'. Jolinsoii, (1. II. I.ucas, W. i:(
Hal, W. A, Kinney. It. Kearns, W. S.
filings, Jas. T. Tnyllr. J. Ughtfoot, 8.
KuJImoto, Mrs. M. I J. Folk.
j Por P. M S. S. Siberia, for Sail
Francisco, about Dec. 23 or 20. L. I..
Ilnrdlng. Col. Spalding, C. H. Wells.
Mr, Hnlvorneu, Mr McCanti, Princess
Kawananakoj. Mrs. Reeves, Mr. Tot
tenham, Tarn McGrovv, Miss Wlnnl
fred C. Wlieelur, II. R. llerry. Francis
II. Smith, L. M. Cohu and wife, T. Cos
lelln uud wife, A C. Reach' and wlfp.
Misses Ada and Iieno broughur, Whar
ton Thurston, D. W. Cooku, Walter A.
Fischer nnd wife, Win, F. McCico anil
wife, Geo. F. Drake, Alex. Cross. L.
Ilopti Robertson, A. Dope Robertson,
.Miss Robertson Miss (1, Robertson,
L. F. Moulton nnd wife. Miss Ueatrlcu
Caupbell, Mrs. A. Whitney, Harry
Grisnold, Samuel Poorman. C. Doltu,
W. D. Wahlworth. Miss Anna D. Wnhl
worth, Leeds (lullck, V. W. Harris, K.
F. Hlalne, Mrs. Illalne. Miibtor lllalne,
S O, Fry, Miss M. Joigensen, K, llto,
wifo and two children, Miss II. Helen
i-ur .ii. h. a iiiioman, tor uau
Francisco, Dec. 29 Captain Tullett,
Mrs. Tullett and two children, Mrs. J.
S. Sharp and Infant, Miss Jennie' F.
StoveiiBiin. Mrs. Podruoro, H. Podmoro.
Sum Souz.i, C. II. Drown, Mrs. Tom
llncon. i .;.
OM: DAY ahead of her usual sched
ule, Iho Iiitcr-lslnnd stenmer Maun.i
Ken, from Illlo und way portB, arrived
hero yesterday morning. She brought
tho following miscellaneous cargo.
1 automobile, 3 bags of coin, 14 empty
l-egs, 20 bags or bottles, 8 bags of nwu,
2.1 packages of vegetables, 33 bagi
laro, 17 bags pututucH, 37 case3 or
ungos, "J cases colery, 4 cases cab
bages, 0 cases turkeys, 8 cases chick-
ens, 1G cases esgs, 130 packages sun-
FOIITY-KIOIIT cubln passengers,
thlrty-suvcii bteorngo passengers; USD
tons, of cargo, four days mulls ill::
hags und a largo quantity of Wells
Fargo express wns brought In yester
day morning on tho Oceanic liner Ala
meda. CARRYING POO tonB nf cargo, rin.t
handicapped by a cranky- dcckload tho
bnikentlno Irmgard, Captain Chrlo
Hanson, arrived hero yesterday mom.
hig, thirteen and one half days out
'Irom San Francisco. Tho liartenllno
struck considerable bad weather and
fought her way through chotpy bond
suns. Sho hi ought eight iiassengors.
WE SAVE EYES
by removing the first slight eye trou
hies that grow to bigger ones.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4.CycIe
, Mo'0!-. 5175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, ,