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IfiVESNIKO nULLUTlN, HONOLULU, T 11, TUESDAY, DCC. 20, tU08.
5 W .' '.Ej
.s - -
r t t
t MOMMV ,
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially ln Iteil to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Mcits cverj Monday evening nl
7 30 lu I. O. 0. T. Hall, Tort Street.
i: It. IinNDHY, Secretary.
iii:n. i'. viCKEiia, n. a.
All visiting brothers Nory cordially
0AIIU LODGE, No 1, K. of P.
Meets ewry first and third Fri
day evening nt 7.30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort uud lieretnnln. Vlsltlag
brothers cordially lnlted to attend.
a. a. unr.iu.Nci, c.c,
JAS. W WHITK, K.H 3.
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20o
Wonderful Motion Picturea bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week. -.
Monday and Thiirsday
The Unfortunate 'Pickpocket; Bad
Medicine; A Tale the Autumn Leaves
Told; The Scarlet letter; Stage Mem
ories of a Theatrical Trunk.
HENRY MAY & COMPANY
LTD. l'flone 22.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 61G. U. P. O.
C, will meet In their hull on King
near Port Street cery Friday even
ing. Uy order of the E. H.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINCRN'Y, E. R.
Win. M'KINLEY L0DOE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7.30 o'clock In K. of r.
Hall. cor. Tort and lleretnula. Visa
ing, brothers cordially InUtcd to at
W. L rilAZEE, C.Ct
;. A. JACOUSON, K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4tb WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Vhltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. 1.. rRAZnn, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Becy.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attond.
A. n. AIU.Eiail, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
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 StTeeli.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
r7 lirretanla St. Phone 1401.
LOCAL AND IENERAL
JvH Don't store the ptue furniture
in the bm; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 e t i n Want -Ads. will sell it for you.
Phone 280. P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115,
Take your carriage nr, automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, for
Commercial Ratings, Merc. Refer
ence. Agcy-i 39. Young Hldg. Phone
Harmony Ixxlge No. 3, I, O. O. K.,
will meet In Odd Fellows hall at 7:30
this owning. I
If jou aro looking for any of your
trlcnds go to tho "Two Jack" and
joit'll find them. i '
Call at the Bulletin office and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
number, and all the change.
xRIdo In tbo swell Btmlcoaker.drWen
by the export chaffcur, M. T, Lutz.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian OarflKO;
Wealth Is mostly a matter of good
lmebtment opportunity."-nuY"',M AY
FLOWER" 8TOCK. BUY IT NOW!
Hao your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols, Co Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Mreets. . Tele
phone 16. ,
The Art Theater will render tlio
following orchostrelle, selections Mou
lin y, Dec. 28: "Ar no ha Wnnna";
'Vnnderbllt Cup": "IlltH"of Grand
1S09 Diaries for the pocket and, desk,
hniidbomcly bound, and Memo Calend
ar Pads In sixes for tho new year at
Oat & Mossmun 76 Merchant street
pear P. O.
Reis & QuUin are now located at
the Young Hotel Anto Stand Phene
188 Short rum OOo and. ai.oo By
the hour $5.00--Speil rates for
shopping and calling, iu-1 I "i
David uowsett and .mis; Morenos
Patterson wore married at 1 o'clock
Saturday afternoon t the residence ol
Mr, and Mrs; Klrkaldy, Piiuoul, Honoj
lulu .Itev. Henry Parker, pastor of Kn
walabao church officiating., The wed
ding was a 'quiet affair, only relatives
and Intimate frlonds of the brldo and
groom being present. i
Albert Watcrhouse returned on tho
Siberia from the Straits Settlement,
where he went several weeks ago to
lnsect somo rubber properties In
which ho is Interested. Ho was accom
panied by Mrs. Watcrhouse and by Mr.
Wallace, who Is manager of the Set
tlements properties. Wallace -came
here to meet the directors of the com
pany of which. Watcrhouse Is one of
the principals, and to go over the Maul
rubber plantation, in which the Water
houses are also Interested.
Gen. Smith -Ordered Here
ed that Hrlgn
... . - - ,
BAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 27. It It rumored that Ilrlgadlcr Gen
eral Frederick A. Smith, now In command of the Department of Califor
nia, will be sent to Honolulu to command the Department of Hawaii, to
be Created. V t I . , t
m i i
Heney To Pittsburg
PITTSHUItdf Va.fa'cc. 27. It Is rcportcdvlbat Francis J. Honey ban
been asked by President Roosevelt to Investigate the ulleged bribery of
the Olty CoUht.ll byi officials of the National Hank, over which scandal bo
eral membtra lit th Council and two bnnk officials have been urriMlcl
and ithcr arrvit of forty other "persuns suspected oti complicity Is thii'iit
cned, i"i i ' n .
t i ' i i
EARTHQUAKE IN MONTANA
VIRGINIA CITY, Mont., Dec. 27'. -Thcru was n sovero earthquake
shock here today, hulld(ngsi being cracked and ,crockery n'ld other mot
able thrown ilown andiBtimshed. The electric light plant was put out rif
tommlsaton and thoiellyvins In dnrkncis tonight.. This was the most u
Vero of a series of thirty shocks which liuc been felt during Hie phhI
- INVESTIGATE PANAMA CANAL
WASHINGTON, D, C, Dec. 27. Thu inemberH of the House Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs and'tho l'lembeis of the ,InterstntB Commcrco
Committee, MiicludlngiCongrcssmnn Knowlnnd of California, leave MohJlnv
for Panama to familiarize thcmsolvoi with the conditions there.
I IN FOREIGN PORTS 1 1 T ARRIVED T
Monday. December 22
3AN niANCISCO-Snllnl ". '-:
SlIii. W. IL Murium, fgor Illlu
HAN niANCISCO ArrUeil Du 27.
S S. I.urllne, from Kahuhil Die. 13
SAN niANCISCO Arrival Dec. IS
Ilk. E. I'. Whitney, from 1 1 Ho Dec.
S. 8, Mexican, fmm Satin i Oiuz.
YOKOHAMA Arrhcd Doc 2S
S, S. Tonjo Maru, honeu Dec. IS.
llltlSIIANE Sailed Dpc 2.
H. S, AoiaiiKl, for I tniioluln
(1AVIQTA Arrived I)c, 2H
Up M. E. Chltcott, hencu lie". I
LABOR MEN TO PROTEST
NEW YOHK, N. Y., Dec. 27: A demonstration of two hundtrd
thousand members of labor unions Is planned for next Sunday us it pio
test against the sentencing of the Federation of Labor leaders to verve
I m m
FUNERAL OF CLAUS'SPRECKELS
SAN FRANCISfO, Calif.. Dec. 2,7. The htnernl of the late Claim
Spreckels will be held Monday. T l.c funeral will be simple and pri
vate, thetlnttrment to bu In the Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
LOS ANGELES HOTEL BURNED
LOStANCELES, Calif., Dec. 27.- Damage to the amount of n hun
dred thousand dollars resulted fioni a 11 ro nl tho Occidental Hotel heic
today. , "
i . i i m
QR1SC0M HAS RESIGNED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 27;"-The rislgnntlon of Ambassailor Giln
com, at Rome, has been confirmed.
Per S. S. Kurt"i, for the Orient, Deo
2S, r, p m. Mi's M. IJarrlson, F V
Howard, Mih. HovmihI, Chnu. G. Hail
nun, Hlmiiu Cns.id) Jr., E. A. Jackson
Pel slnir, W. O Hall, for Kauai Dec
29, 5 p. m. It. I) Wlth.ird, V. E. liar
cy, J M K.ui'Mkua nml wlfo.
J. 0. CARTER HAS-EYEJPERATED
.1. O. Carter was jesterday opravd
on by Dr. Hndia'is, asblsteil by I)
ludd. bis left oi bidiig rciuovcd. TI(H
opcrulloii .a a compluto siiliish, an.
Mi. Cuter Is now icstlng tomforlably
I nt hli home, wlieui thu operation w.i'
A tonplu afjcaringii Mr. Carter hit
:ui opeiallon perfornii'd on this cyr
but slncu then tight from It was lot'
complete!), nml as It recentl) liccamr
qiilto iiiliiful, It was thought bent ti
iciikii it Ho expects to undergo ni
o point Ion for cataract of the right ejr
Simda), December 27.
Stmr. Llkellke, from Knnalhae, a. in.
Htmr. Nllhau. fiom Nuwlllwlll, n:25
U. S. A. T. DIx, Ankcra, from Ma
nila vln Nagasaki, 12 noon
Mon day, December 28.
P, M. S. S. Korea, from San Fran
cisco, 8 a in. i
'" SAILING TODAY f
P. M. S. S. Korea, for Yokohnnu,
5 p. m.
Stmr Ko Au Hot', for Kuuni tiorls,
r, i. in.
Htnir. Nooiu. foi Honokai mid other
Hawaii iorts, A p in.
M. N S. S. Hllonlniiv Joluibon, for
Han FrnhclEco, Hi n". ni. ' .
Stmr. Mniiua Ken, Freeman, for Hllo
and wny ports, 12 noon.
8lmri W. O. Hall for Kami ports, H,
Htmr. Mlk.ihil.i. .Vr Moloknl mil
Maul porls, r, i in,
Htmr. Llludlku, Naop.ila, for Hawaii,
Htmr. Mnul, Hiirlmu, for P.itiih.iu, 12
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
PHONE 270. "
I lie Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOb T, McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
I'lIOlIE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
JOB IS ACCEPTED
! AN OUTING
in a brand new scven-seater. Call up
10or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
A Specialty is made of repairing
MERCHANT ST. 'TEI. 388.
y J. M. LEVY..&,Q0n LTD,
KING STREET near BETHEL. I
PHONE 76. J I
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
5th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
Kins St.; P. 0. Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. Al' kinds of K0A and
MISSION rUL..ITURE Made Tf
jtm- . . . l . l i ji i J l
'. LUNCHES and DRINKS
te" The most popular
. !J! . nlar in town.
f f ' ' The Fashion Saloon,
,Hotcl St. near Fort
.Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
When you gti
ui to mak
Oar X. suits
Contract Is Completed
Ar.d Last of1 Money
Elirlstinaa eve law the acceptance
of the Honoluluiharbor dredging Job,
and the payment of the Ian Install
ment of -the- $-100,000 appropriated
for the purpose. This completesijust
half of the original harbor Improve
ment project and means that $800,
000 has been expended In nil.
The work called for unde,- '!ic last
contract was practically completed
about two weeks ago, and the con
tractors notified tho Government au
thorities' that-the job was rcadv for
their acceptance at nny time. The
necessary tests were mad bv the au
thorities, and It was uscertilnv.l thct
all of the terms of the contract' had
beem comnlled with." 'Tils- worl: 'was.
therefore, accepted and the final pay
ment of 'monies appropi luted for the
purpose was made."
Within a short time survey of the
harbor will be mtdo for additional!
Although all of illie rnoncymppro
prlated, or authorized, by Congress,
has been spent, only halt of the ac
cepted, project his hecit completed.
The next, Installment. i( tho worlt
should mean the oxpomlltbfe of about
$400,000 or one-quarter of the
umount estimated to lurar'tho enrio
project. The survejiijwill iio made
so that everything wlll.i)j)ii reitll
uess for future uctlvltlw; bhould C'on
Krcss make the neccfccai i appioprit
tlon. s ' '
Under the 'isual.cquiso of pto'eed
tire, Congress would apprnpi late one-
eighth of the pro.'-)jtctttlui.iUd
$200,000 and .would mithnrlie the
making of contracts enlltnij fo' the
eipendltu're of anothor cli;bth,i'lie-
tber or not such Jtjpi will be taken,
cannot' be foretold, but the surveys
wilf b'e madeJbo' that woik tniy be
continued without Interruption
should the money be forthcoming,,
TF you have trouble getting
' Good Meats from your butcher
Metropolitan Meat Ca., Ltd.
KOREA BRINGS MANY
O. H. H. Alameda, Dow dell, for Sail
I'ranrlKro, 10 n in.
J 1 ! !
Per stmr,!Muna Kea, Prceman. for
Htlo and way ports, Dec. 29, Mrs. Ilei
tis, D. J. Whitney. H. It. Hind, J', J.
Hare, W. T. Rawlins, Mltm A. Aloxand
er. Miss M. Alexander, Mrs. C. II. Die
key, C. Castendykc. wife, 3 children
and maid. W. K. Schultze and ulf;,
Whitehouse; and maid. Mrs. ,M. 1..
Simpson, J.' H. Whltehouse and wlfo
W. O. Ilamsey and wlfo, O. T. Orclr,
C. II. Kleugel, S.iPiscr, D. II. Macon
ochle, V, Harrison. Mrs. Souza, J. li.
Metcalf, wife and child ami nurse, A.
De 1. Nux, K. ,J. Whltehouse, K. I'.
Becker, MIsnA. J. Foster, Mra A. V.
Foster;. D. H. Case, Mrs. D. II. Caee
llilnglng 8uont)-sl cabin piuwon
Ken, l!.l- bags of null, and slxt)-one
Ions of freight for this pott, the l'u
dllc Mall Unci lCoiva made I'.tU at
by dock Hlioilly uftcr !):J0 o'clock
this uiornlng. The bbip louuded l('u
mond Head about T o'dock, but wab
ri hIow In getting In.
I 'I hnugli coiiKldeiablu wind mm
weatbi'i wiih cniouiituud on tho tltp
the Korea, on the whole, hud au ex
cellent Jouiney uud the passengers
HiirTeicd no liicoiivenleiicc.
(.'lnlt.tiii.iH was celebrated with n
big dinner, the dining baloou of the
tdili being made g ly with tiny silken
, lings of all nations. A line menu, up-
M prnpilato to the Christmas season was
,beicil by the head steward, mid the
' ...i .i-
I'tinauiiHi in it'jiuiL u luuat uiijiijiiiiiu
and daughter, Mrs. M. Kcc, MIhh M. time.
I'aty, Miss Mabey Tliioer, Miss AtiRus, Muny of tho passengers mo tour-
bather Hodrlgiics, m.4a. do anvn, it. Sts wnu i,a0 (omo lu.ro to euiuy ,,
W. Shingle, 8am I'arker. i:. I. Ilcutei f(,w wee)B ,. ,ontlHi the Innd
and wife, Ernest IMrkor. Miss U Ijii- wlu.ro ttnle , lmkllowI1, Ti,0 Ko-
ury, J. H. Howell mid wife, Mhs rea , U)Iltllmo uu hul wnj nl ,-,
miiiive cuniiiuuii, rt. r. i-iuiiuaii uuu 0'cn(( tlls nftcmoon.
Pei S. S. Alameda, for San Fran-1 Till: HTKAMUK Aorangl of tho C.i
Cisco, Dec. 30, to a. m. Mrs Kgbeit iridl.in-AiistriiTInn .lino, is dun to t.,,1
ltoburts, Mrs. A. Whiting, Miss O, i: from lljl foi this port tonioirov, mom
Steel, Mi-s. D. F. Thrum and child, 1.. lug.
ti, Howlatnl, Mr ond Mrs. Frledliindoi.l
Miss Helen K. Wilder, J. I). Uovendoif,! Valuables vorth Oircr $100,000 aro
wlfo and two daughters icpoited to hava been taken from tho
Per stmr, Mlkahnla, for Moloknl, home of Mrs. Oeorge Wood, a weal
Dec. 29, 5 p. ni. A K. Cathcait. II. IJ thy Philadelphia recluse, as she lay
Hitchcock, Miss Annie J. Dattlge. ile-id lu her home Oct. 13.
GEO, A. MARTIN,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250. 162 S. KING ST. PHONE A25.
Bulletin Editorial Rooiu Phone 185. 'THE BEST "ITrTEES".IH'T0WN.
kkkSk r " . kkkkkkkkm
; Warn ' Warn I
Per P. M. S H. Korea, from San
Francisco, Dor. 28 Fo'r Honolulu:
Mrs Maria Alary, Or II. C. Allen, Mrti.
II. C. Allen. Miss Florence M. Allen,
W. Porter Allen, l!nrr Armltnge, Mra.
Harrj Armltnge, Mrs. Mnrtlia Ilcrger
Miss M. K, Ucrger, Frank N. ltojer,
Mrs. Ii ank N. linjer. A. M. Ilroun,
Mrs. A. M. llrown, Miss Virgil A. Cain,
C. II. Clnpp. MIsh Minnie II. Dunning,
Miss Ituby I Davison, MIsh Nellie I'l
lison, (,co. .1, (lermiln, Mrs. (loo. J.
(lermnlii, Col, i:. W. Ollbert. Mrs. K.
W. Ollbert, MIsh ..ellle It. (llenii, M.
b (Irliibniim nml wlfo, J. Hodgklns,
Mrs. J. Hodgklns, Miss Hoku Huckn
bay, V. C. .lolinson, Mrs. P. C. Jnhnson,
U, M. Langloy, Mis. V.. M. Langloy, W.
I.anz, Miss IMna Mae l.ee, H. J l.oul,
William P. Lord, Mrs. William P. Lord,
Miss Elizabeth Lord, P. H. Mnllnry,
Mrs. P. H. Mallnry, J. !'. Mullory, Mrs
f. F. Mnllory, Ian. C. Montgumor,
Mrs Jnno Morrison, S. II. Moses, T. M.
McCord, Mrs T. M. McCord, A. J. Mc
Lend, Mrs. A. J. Mcl.ood. S. Pelser, II.
A. Pratt, Mrs. H. 8. Pratvtand maid.
Miss Allco Pratt, Miss I.ora II. Pratt,
Dr. dw. I. Itlch Mrs. Hdw. I. Itlch,
Jack IDiiu, IL Saxl, I.. P. Scott, MIsk
M, Scott, Frank H Thompson, Master
Frank I". Tlinmpsnn, F 8. Townsend,
J. S. Wallace, N. 8. Whetstone', Mrs.
N. 8. Whe-tstoiio. T. Carson. For Yo
lohnuu. Miss Kntit Ilnikei, Y. Katn,
Miss Oertrudu Mnllctt, H. 11. It. Man
ley, Mrs. V.. II. 11 Mauley, Miss I. P.
Mann, Chun. Quartnnos, A, Hock, Mm.
A. Hock, Miss Leonora Seeds. T. A,
Tnkeda. L. Ultmann, R. Muiiror. For
'Kobe: Dr. C. P. Knight, Mrs. C. P.
Knight, ltuv. II. C. Tnjlor, John Itolf.
mlder. For Shanghalt K. F. lil.ick.
His C. F. Illack, A. W. DaUdson, Mrs.
A. W. D-nldton, Miss K. W. Oraes.
For Hongkong. Loo Hrowcr, dipt. W
T .Davidson, U. 8 A , Mrs. W. T. Da-
ldbou, Mlbs O. Douglas, II. Doukln,
Samuel I). Durham A. It. I'enlon, A. C.
Orllk, Miss May Hempstead, Miss
Kiln M. Hunt, Miss Elizabeth W. Hunt,
Mlbs Fnilly Q. Hunt, John W. Hunter.
K. Iwasblta, Mrs M. Kelly, Mrs. J.
Lessor, Mrs. IMward I.lojd, Wliiflelil
S Mason, Geo. II, Monroe, Mrs. (leo.
II, Monroe, 11. S. Osgood. Mrs. II. S.
Osgood, Miss D. Pcttlrljlr, Command
er Hugh Itndniail U. 8. N.. Mrs, Hugh
Itodmau, Samuel Solomon, Miss It. II.
Stolz, Alex on Kllno, 3. A. Watsop,
Miss L. Wilcox, Z. T. JI. Woo, W. II.
Woodhouso, Mrs W. II. Woodhouso.
Per stmr. Nllhnii, from Kauai ports,
Dec 27. Father itodrlguoz, F. lloiuii,
0. T. (Irolg. M. Oakl. K. Ikela, M.
T.ikl, ami 11 deck.
ACCOrtDINCl TO tho Call, Doc. 18.
tho thlp Dlrlgo called at Itlo do Jane
iro on account of a leak, which ile
eIoKil dining the trip. She was
bound fiom Ilaltlmnro for Honolulu,
Till: STl'AMnit I.urllne of thu Mat
sou Nnlgat!on Co's lino, which left
Kuliiiliil December 19, le-nched Sail
Fiaiiclbco jisleiday.X She had u load
of sugar fiom Maul.
Till: NIIIIAU urilwd from Kauai
yostordnj with G'JU bags of Biigar.
Tlin 8. 8 IIVAUHS Is reported to
bo illbcharglng at Makawcll.
WE SAVE EYES
hv removinr; the ilrst slight eye trou
bles that grow to bigger ones.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D:WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King lit opposite South St, ,
' VV -'
. Ab i am ,