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EVENING ntlLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, DEC. 2D, 1908.
K" gKm( & Ipt
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of tho
Order ate cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
UAMIOHY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In 1. O. 0. 1-'. Hull, Tort Street.
i:. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
iji:n r. vickers, N. a.
All vtsltlug bruthcis very cordially
OAHU LODaE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 lti K. o( 1. Hall,
corner Fort and Ilorctnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
a. a. deeiung, c.c.
JAS. V. WHITE, K.n.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, U. P. O.
B will meet In their hill on King
near Tort Street every Friday even
ing. Uy order of the U. It.;
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. MclNERNY, E. R.
VVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2ild and 1th Saturday
evening 'nt 7:30 o'clock In ft. of I'
Hall, cor. 1'oit and Ilcrctanla. Visit
lug brothers cordially invited to at
W. L. FRA55EE. C.C,
E. A. JACOCSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on Jhe 2nd,ar.d,4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot 'each 'month at
7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hull,xcorner
Deretanla and Port streets.
Visiting EdGlcs uro luvlted to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., I'rest.
II. T. MOORE, 8ecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENo. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month nt Knights of
Pjthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially luvlted to attend.
A. n. ARI.Elcm, Sachem.
A. 13. MURPHY, C. ot It.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tin
with their new FRENCH
257 Brrctania St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TIIOS. T. McTIQHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
?,, AN OUTING
in h brand new scven-scater.
101 or M58 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
Cth, LADIES' HATS from S2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
FIUMBINa and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
King St'.; P 0. Box 914.,
WING CHONG 0
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in F'rniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION rURNITURE Made Tc
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in tovvn.
The Fashion Saloon,
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c nnd 20o
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and cmbracinc Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
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. Phone 22.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING STREET near BETHEL
' - PHONE 78.v
Too save I
When you set
us to make
... nrlr mm1
Our 25. suits
have no " (
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258,
Bulletin Editorial Room, Phone 185,
W Don't store the na'sse furniture
in the barn: two bits' worth of B u 1-
1 et i n Want Ads. will sell it for yon.
Phone 290. P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors will hold
r. meeting this evening.
Annual Bale of muslin underwent1 at
Whitney & Marsh's next Saturday.
All styles of muslin underwear on
sale at Whitney & Marsh's nextlBatur
day. MIbs 'Muriel Campbell, In company
vlthSam Parkor, left for Hawaii to
tiaj. Take your carriage or nutomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Afcy., 39 Young Uldg. Phone
It you aro looking for any of your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
George C. Dcckley was a passenger
In tho Mauna Kea today. Ho will visit
the volcano while In Hllo.
Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n offlce and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and. all the changes.
n. W. Shingle of tho Watcrhouse
Trust Co. was among tho outgoing pas
rcngore In the Mauna Kca today.
John D. Rockefeller visits place
where ho began business as oil rcflacr,
und talks of success to motorman.
Rldo in the swell Studeoakcr driven
by tho expert chaffcur, M. T. Lutz.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage. '
Havo your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Beginning today the staff of tho Jap
anese Consulate General will have
their annual vacation until January
Every lady knows that tho celebrat
ed "Home-made" muslin underwear on
snlo nt Whitney & Mnreh's Is tho best
In the market.
"The National Guard of Hawaii will
hold a great shoot on Now Year's Day,
In which a largo number of tho mem
bers will tako part.
ou may purchase security for val
uable papers and Jewels for fifty cents
a month, the rent ot a safe deposit box
at the Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd , 923
Col. Sam Parker left In tho Mauna
Kea today tor Hawaii. Ho will remain
tiway two weeks, after which ho will
leturn to Honolulu.
Japaneso Consul General Uyeno will
hold a reception on New Year's day.
Tho reception will commence at 9
o'clock, ondlng at 11 in the forenoon;
Tho Outrigger Club grounds were
yesterday leased by the Queen Emma
bstoto to three members ot the club
for fifty years at a rental of flvo dol
lars per year.
Rycroft's Sodas aro pure; delicious.
end satisfying. Try a enso of them
nt home, and you will bo suro to order
another when It Is gono. Fountain
Soda Works, phone 270.
Tbo new ladles' gun metal calt
street Oxford, made on tho Pierre last.
Is tho latest French style that Is rapid
ly coming Into favor: Price ft 50 at
the Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Lieut. Commander Moses of the
Lighthouse Board, went to Maul and
Hawaii today on lighthouse Inspection.
Ho will probably stay away two weeks.
Reis & Qnwn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phene
199 Short runs 60c and $1,00 Bv
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shonping and calling. "
f late glass; colored glass, and ordin
ary glass for windows, greenhouses,
nnd fancy effects. Wo have the larg
est and finest stock In tho Territory.
Lewors & Cooke, Ltd., 177 8. King
street., phone 775.
Tho Hawaiian .theatrical company
which camo down from Hllo a few
weeks ago, returned to their homes to
day. They sang several Hawaiian
songs beforo tbo Mauna Kea left' her
Mayor Charles H. Onus of Albany,
N. Y., state comptroller-elect, an-
rounccd that Otto Kelsoy, state sup
erintendent of Insurance, had accept
ed nn appointment as first deputy
Vlce-Admlral Vervcra of Spain, who
commanded tho Spanish fleet In tho
battlo ot Santiago, has been retired
trom the actlvo list of tho Spanish
navy nt his own request on account
of falling health.
K. Ono, a well known Japanese In
terproter and business agi;nt stated
this morning that Mlyagl, who was re
ported as being the proprlc or of tho
Ono saloon Is simply an criployce of
the saloon. Ono, Is tho pn prlctor of
thosaloon which bears his i amo.
M. O, Lclghton. Chlof irf Hydro
graphy, has written to Supe intendent
o( Public Works ..Marstou Campbell,
for Information regarding t le Islands
along his special line of won. If Con.
gress gives the money that Is wanted
for tho purpose, Jielghton will prob
ably come. here to survey t! e IslandH.
Jpnn ii. Jones received! wprd In
the last mall of the death ot Mrs.
Harriet Everett'ln St. Augu tine, Kla.
Mrs. Everett wits tho onlj sister of
the late Oeo.W. C. Jones a id mother
of S, K.. Everett pt the ft m ot Ev
erett. Heney ft. Co., New York City.
A Host Excellent Assortmest of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST.' PH0SE MS,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN I0WH.
ania and Messina
Are AH But Destroyed
By 'Qaake-and Tidal Wave
HOME, Italy, Dec. 28. As n result ,of tho great earthquake today,
three of the provinces In tho southwestern extremity of Italy aro devas
tated. The earthquake centered In Sicily and the cities of Catauia and
Messina are partly destroyed. Following the shock, a tidal wavo swept
the coast nf the gulf of Catania and parts ot tho city of Catania arc In
undated, whllo the handsome streets of Messina arc covered deep In
black mud, unshed up by the tidal disturbances.
TIDAL WAVE SWEPT SICILY
ROME, Italy, Dec. 28. The tidal wave, which swept the entire east
coast If Stellv, sank five hundred boats nnd several larger vessels.
Tho steamer l'lcmonte, which arrived from Messlnn nt Mllazzo has
brought five hundred nnd fifty wounded persons from that city.
TROOPS SENT TO RESCUE
ROME, Italy, Dec. 28. Seven steamers nnd three battleships, carry
ing eighteen thousand troops, have boon despatched to the scene ot the
TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE
ROME, Italy, Dec. 28. Telegraphic communication with Sicily nnd
the stricken provinces has been destroyed, but from the reports which
have been font out It Is shown that there hna been n terrible loss of
life and property, exceeding the losses In the disaster of 1905.
Thousands are reported to have been Injured.
A terrific rainstorm at the time ndded to the suffering, white tho
breaking out ot fires and tho looting ot thieves Increased the horror.
POPE WOULD QO TO RELIEF
ROME, Italy, Dec. 28. Pope Plus, when news of tho. disaster ar
rived here, Insisted upon leaving tor the sccna of disaster, but was final
ly persuaded by his physicians not to go,
In the absence of communications from tho nffected districts the
wildest reports are In circulation here.
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE
balance. They do not ride up on ,one
side, or bind in the back, or pinch in front,
or sag away from the neck. Mc.t for $c.
CLUETT, rr.AODV COMPANY. Tror. .. V,
TF you have trouble getting
Good Meats from your butcher
1,1 ' t
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
SPILLED FKUH AUTO
Reports of two nutomobllo acci
dents which occurred Inst week aro
gradually becoming known on the
street. One of these happened last
Thursday night, when a machine
driven by Thos. Rawlins, collided
with a tree In Kaplolnnl Park cloae
to tho Parker residence After hit-
ting one tree it swerved nnd ran Into
nnother pne, the second shock being
even stronser than the first.
The result was that the passongcrs,
numbering such distinguished person
ages as R. W Shingle. E. I. Spalding,
and Paul Mublendbrf, were thrown
out on tho road. Tho first of theso
escaped without Injuries, but Spald
ing received a badly contused cy?
nnd Muhlendort'H chin was somewhat
damaged. The machine suffered con
Another accident occurred Inst
Sunday when Manuel Rels drove his
big car into ono of the posts support
ing tho sign at the entrance to the
Seaside Hotel, breaking It off short
and ripping out somo fencing, Nn
ono was hurt in this accident, but tho
machine had to seek tho garage for
Thero will be a publlo moonlight
band concert nt Thomas Square this
cu'iilug at 7:30 o'clock. Following Is
March On tho Reach Vokoun
Overture Light Cavalry Suppo
Waltz May I Havo tho Pleasure? .
Selection Jolly Jingles Neat
Vocal Hawaiian Sg,ugs...ar. by Ilcrger
selection inree Twins .... iioscimu
Tho Scout's Pntrnl floccalarl
Finale Mandy on the Miish..,Tluirliili
Tho Star Spangled llaimer.
Taft Is amused by thu alleged mis
lepresontutlon ot Uurtou.
Hugh Uurrotighs tho oung and
rather hpeedy telon of n prominent
Southern family, departed today In the
llllnnlau nt the oxpenbo of his friend
after a somewhat Interesting caiccr in
Hawaii, Durroughs was lu tho habit
ot Imbibing too freely for ills capacity,
and served a term in jail. It belt.g
hoped at tho time that this would
mako him mend his va. After being
released ho worked for somo tlniu nt
Pearl Harbor, but during tho last fow
(ln s hu had n ralapso from virtue, and
recording to Sheriff Inukca, ho nlro
committed soma slips In connection
with checks, which nro not considered
good form. For this reason his friends
subscribed for a steamer ticket for
When the Mauna Kea loft her wharf
ledny, among her pgsscngra.wns Lieu
tenant Commander Sahfcrd B. Moses,
V. S. N., captain of tho yanl 'at the
Naval Station. Mosos Is nlso light-
hniiso Inspector for this district, and
he Is no ided for Maul to look over tho
Slnco being given chargo of tho
lghthnuCH In the islands, Lieutenant
Lonimander Moses lias been very ac.
live In working for beacon lights to
tafeguard navigation In these waters,
It Is understood that his trip to Maul
lr partly for tho purposo of looking In
to tbo question of a now light on tho
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
WE SAVE EYES
by removinir the-flrst slight eye trou.
blcs that grow to bigger ones.
I f II
I IN FUHEIUM runio Ml trnniii I
Tuesday, December 23.
SYl)?:EY ArrheJ Dec. 29:
8. S'Moann, lienco Dec. 12.
Monday, December 28
8AN1 FRANCISCO Sailed IKT. 2:
9chr. W H. Mnrslon, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Deo. 27:
8. S. Lurllno, from Kahulul Die. in.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Doc. JS.
Ilk. E. F. Whitney, from Hllo Die. 1
S. S. Mexican, from Sallni Cruz.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dee 28;
i 8. 8. Tcuyo Marti, hence Dec. 13.
IIHI8BANE Sailed Ic. 2,
S. 3. Aorangl, for Honolulu,
GAVIOTA Arrived Dec. if,:
8p. M. E. Chllcott, hence Do". 1.
Saturday, December 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 24:
Ilk. R. P. Rllhet for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Dec. 25:
8. 8. Texan, for Honolulu.
9AN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 25.
8. S. Nippon Muni, 3 p. m., hene?
Thursday, December 24,
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Dec. 23
Dk. S .C. Allen hence Doc. 2.
PORT TOWNBEND Arrived Dee. 21:
Ilk. W. B. Flint, henco Doc. 5.
Los Angeles Women Pro
pose Law That Should
LOS ANOEI.ES, Cnllf., Dec. 11.
Following Is the draft ot "an edu
cational marriage reform bill" to bo
submitted to tho Legislature nt Its
coming session by tho Stnte olhccrs
of the Women's Christian Temper
"The Stnte Hoard of Health shall
Issuo a book of Instructions regard
ing tho physiological nnd psychologi
cal laws of nature which govern par
"A copy of snld book of Instruc
tions shall be given, frco ot charge,
to each couple with tho marriage li
cense. Others may purchnse copies
of the same nn application."
Urgo Southern California legisla
tors to work for tho adoption ot this
measure, Mn, Hester T. Grlfuth of
Ocean Park, State President of thu
"Race Improvement Is the most im
portant of all subjects. How can tho
human rnce improve without undcr
ttnnding the laws that govern Its
propagation? Thcro always comes n
penalty with tho violation of nature's
laws. We believe this educational
bill will lessen crlmo und many other
pad conditions now existing; that It
will give to the child Its right to bo
well born Its God-glvcn right, lost
to It through Ignorance. Ninety-five
thousand Imbeciles lu tho United
StateH is largely tho result of Ignor
ance." Storo keeper In lonely p.ut nf wild
Klamath region Is found dead In deep
gulch with bullet hole through body.
Experiments to show how nlrhhlpii
could sail ocr San Frunclsco ut night
and drop bombs full.
W. II. Eadle, a San Ilcrnaidlno clgnr
merchant, ends life while hunting.
Vertical effects decreed for comln
ttylo In women's drcbscs.
SAND HALLAST Is being dls
charged by tho Suwall ship William P
Fryo. The Frjo camo hero from San
Francisco In ballast.
Theodore Vogt proposes to substi
tute Golden Gate Park band by or
chestra ot GO pieces. I
Wulls four stories high to carry I m
menso signs will bo erected on tho
Mnycr building ut Geary and Kearny
Btrccts, San Fianctsco.
Mrs. August Roso of Vnllejo, moth
er ot six children, dies of poisoned
Youthful deserter from Navy con
fesses to brutal murder In Pittsburg.
Phjslclnns of Pacific Coast sc.i
ports form public nealth association
to keep up anti-plague war.
President-elect Tuft in speech
highly praises labor unions.
King of England 'Is grievously III
and Piinco ot Wales nssumes many
of his duties..
I' 11. Slgnor confessci forging
nnmo of millionaire Murray of Mon
terey to four 1100,000 notes held by
Hanker William G. Henshaw of Oak
land. Mis. Maile Laciolx of San Fran
cisco loses flist point In her case foi
12,000 for which she Is suing hus
band on alleged antenuptial promise.
Sun Francisco Supervisors piactl
cally decide to sell bonds lu sum ot
Mrs. John J. Mitchell, wife of 8nn
Frunclsco printer, sues fur separate
maintenance, nlU-glug cruelly.
Fellowship society, headed by H,
Fay Mills, organized In San Trancls
to tiud will conduct tegular services.
Monday. December 2S.
P. M. S. 8. Korea, for Yokohama,
about G p. in.
Btmr. Ko Au Hon, for Knual porta.
G p. m. '
Htmr. Noeatl, for Ilonoknn nnd other
Hawaii ports, G p. m.
Tuesday, December 2.
M. N. 9. 8. Hluilnn, Johnson, for
San Frnnclr.co. 10 it. in.
Stmr. Manna Kea, Ficcmnn, for Hllo
and way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. l.tkullkc, for Ilonoknn, 12 m.
Stmr. W. G. Hull, for Kunal piixtii, r
Htmr. Mlknhnla, for Molokal mid
Maul orts, G p. m.
O. S. 8. Alameda,
Dowdcll, for S.m
Francisco, 10 n. m.
Per stmr. Manna Ken, Freeman, for
Hllo and way ports, Dec. 29. Mrs Ilei
tis, D. J. Whitney It. R. Hind. F. J.
Hnrc, W. T. Rawlins, Mlsi A. Alexand
er, Miss M. Alexander, Mrs. C. II. Dic
key, C. Cnstcndykc, vlfo, 3 chlldieu
.ind maid, W. K. Schultzo und wife,
Whltchouso nnd maid. Mrs. M. L.
Plmpion, J. 11. Whltchouso nnd wlfo
W. O. Ramsey nnd wife, G. T. Grclg
C. II, Kleugcl, S. Plser, D. D. Macon-
nchle, F. Harrison. Mrs. Snuzn. J. IJ.
Mctcalf, wife nnd child and nurse, A.
Do La Nux, E. J. Whltchouso. F. F.
Decker, Mist A. J Foster, Mrs. A. V.
Foster, D. H. Case, Mrs. D. II. Caso
and daughter, Mrs. M. Lee, Miss M.
Faty, Miss Mnbey Thayer, Miss Angux,
Father Rodrlgucs, M. A. De Sllva. It.
W. Shingle. Snm Parker. E. L. Hunter
nnd wife, Ernest Parker, Mlsa E. Iin
(try, J. II. Howell and wife, Mtsn
.Muriel Campbell, A, K. Fiecmau and
Per M. N. S. S Hllonlnn. for' Snn
Francisco, Dee. 20. Captain Tiillctt,
Mrs. Tullctt and two children, Mrs. J.
P. Sharp and infant, Miss Jennie F.
Stevenson, Mrs. I'odmore, II. Podmoro,
Sam Souza, C. 11. Drown, Mrs. Tom
Ilnson, John Hlckok. Mrs. Ilickok, Os
car Oberg. William Winger.
Per 8. 8. (Korea, for tbo Orient. Dec
28. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Howard. Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. A. Jackson, Mr. und Mrs.
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per 8. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Dec. 30, 10 a. in. Mrs. Egbert
Roberts. Mrs. A. Whiting. Miss O. E.
Steel, Mrs. I). F. Tin urn nnd child. L.
C. How laud, Mr nnd Mrs. Frleillnniler,
Miss Helen K. Wilder. J. D. Dcvvndorf,
wife nnd two daughters
The rumor that 300 feet would bo
the minimum width of tho ship chan
nel at Pcnil Harbor seems to havo been
groundless. Not only hsuo no such
udvlccs been received by the con
tractors, tho Hawaiian Dredging Com
pany, but tho authorities nppenr to
know nothing of any such plan.
The rumor evidently originated from
tho' remark of n Washington olllclal,
that 300 feet would bo ample for nil
needs. Such nn idea does not seem to
hcuo entered thu minds nf tho authori
ties In whoso liniuls the matter rested,
Ono objection raised to the 300 foot
channel suggestion Is that, lu tlnio of
war, it would bo n comptrutlvely slin
lo matter for a blockading Hoot to
4lnk a ship In the moiilh and thui
block tbo rhanucl enllioly, Such a
proceeding would bo Imposslhln, ac
cording to nuthoiltlcs, with a COO foot
Chief of Detectives Kalaklcla has
had au Interview with Amerlno, tho
milkman who wus held up by masked
thugs on tho Wnlklki road, ns a result
of which more pmtlculars hno been
it appears that Amerlno was ill Mug
i.long near 'ho Itoo resilience, when
two men stepped out into the lo.id.aud
nsked him to stop. Ho did this, uhcie
upon ono of Ihcm stepped to tho hoises
und held them, while thu other went
to the wagon and, threatening tlio di Iv
or with a pleco of pipe, ordeicd him to
descend. Amcrino obeyed ami the iob
her went through his pockets, but
found no money theie, 113 tho driver
does not-' collect. Tho highwaymen
then let tho driver continue on his
Amerlno says that thu men woro
masks which concealed tho upper part
of their faces, but he can glo no des
cription of them be. end this owing to
THE RARK NUUANU will sign a
cruw on Monday next for tho trip
f round Capo Horn to Now York. Tho
Niiuanu will sail from heio to Kiniiii
pall, will thero load sugar, mid will
then coutlnuo on her voyage.
THE OCEANIC liner Alumeda will
probably sign two or Unto men to-
BULLETIN AD8 PAY -SJ;
Sea Wreus, $LOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins St opposite South St.
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