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EVENING BULLETIN, ItbNOLTJLU, T. I!., WEDNESDAY, JAN. G, 1009
fmToTii. rj , i
Leahi.Cliapter No. 2 Initiation.
Honolulu Commi'ndery Ini
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of tlio
Urdor nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting" ot local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets over) M unlay evening Rt
7:30 In 1 O O I Hull, Tort Street
i: it HEXDHY, Secretary
HI , 1'. V1CKEIIS, N. G.
All vlsitlug brothers very cordlallj
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
alvets every first and third Frl-
luy i-tcnlng lit 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
uruer Kelt and Uerctanta. Visiting
brothers cordially lnlted to nttonrt.
. g. ueeiuno, c.c.
JA3. W. WHITE, K.T1.3.
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, 11. T. O.
12., will meet lu their hull on King
near Port Street every Krlday even
Uy order of the L It.:
HENHV C. EASTON,
WM. II. MclNEIlNY, E. II.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7 30 o'clock In K. of I'
Hall, cor Eoi t and Dcretnnta. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
v. l. rnAzni:. c.c.,
E. A. JACOnSON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tbo 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of l Hall, corner
Heretanla nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
'end W. I.. FRAZCE, W., I'rest.
II. T. MOORE. Sely.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
lays of each month at Knights of
P thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llully Invited to attend.
A. R ARM2IMI, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot It.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
with their new FRENCH
IH7 Brrctania St. Phone 1491,
The Best Whishey on the Mark-.t,
TH0S. F. McXIGIIE & CO., AQEN1S,
101,105 KING ST.
PHONE M0. P. 0. BOX 755,
in a brand new scven-seater.
191 or 1453 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
eth, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1023 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR nnd BUILDER.
PLUIIBINQ and PAINTING.
OilJce: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P 0. Box 014. e
S WING CH0NG CO
t KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Firniture Mattresses
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of KOA and
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
' TTntM St. near Fort.
LATEST AND BEST FILMS.
PASSION PLAY NOW ON.
Admission 10c find 20o
Children. 5c. ", .
Wond-rful Motio"h Pictures brine-
ling to view scenes from many lands
.and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.'
Monday and Thursday
A Hanging Lamp; In. the Land of
the Hold Mines; A Visit to the Pub
lie Nursery; A Useful 'Present' for a
Child; A Mysterious Infernal Ma
chine; Sweden; What One Small Boy
Can Do; Mv Watch Is Slow; A Sus
uicious Husband; Fire Maneuvers at
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
- PHONE 131.
Purest Flavor Hiirhest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
J. M. LEVY & C0.,'LTD.'
KINO STREET near BETHEL
PHONE 70.- .
THE FAMILY GROCERS."
ASSESSMENT HO. 9
In tho Harrison Mutual Uenovolent
Association due Dec, IS, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909, All assess
ments oro payable at the Secretary's
offlco, Kapiolanl Uulldlng, King and
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA
R. MrYATA & CO.',
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law for the
Courts: Notary Pubiio;
Mortgages, weeds, mils of bale,
Leases, Wills, eto. ; Agent to Grant
Marriage Licenses. '
79 MERCHANT ST.'
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
Don't store the passe furniture
in .the barn', two bits', wortbof Bui
1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Hugh Mclntvre of May & Co. is go
ing to Australia on a visit.
It )ouaro looking for any of your
frlondskgo to thai "Two Jacks'' and
)on'll find them.
Spend New Year's at Royal Annex.
t Toko your carriage nr , automobile.
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg, Co, for
up-to-dato repairs. '
Havo your typewriters and machines
ronnlrod at Wall. Nichols Co.. I.td-
Fort and Merchant streets Tile-
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arablci"
You will bo surprised nt I cnollns;
and preservative properties galltarola
Foed Co.. MKcnts. ,
Alt of tlio preliminary plans and stir.
vcjs for tho new reservoir on Punch
bowl have been completed by the De
partment of Public works.
J. D. Sorrao & Coqipany will soou
open a new rum distillery on HawAl
on n small scale. Ha will have tho
now concern running In six vv,eok.
"The Royal Annex" swell meals:
Thirty potlllonors residing on Auld
l.nno have naked that the Government
plpc-IIno bu extended from where it
now terminates to tho Ah In nice Mill,
so that they may obtain water.
Cups; medals, and cash for th'e
winners, who will also' be. lit ted in
the American Poultry Show Record
and Guide. Enter with the Secretary'
at 296 East Vineyard street, or with
L. C. Abies, at Messrs.-Hall & 'Son's;
Miss Josephlno C Locke will glvo an
Introductory talk upon The Modern
Drama and tho religion of Pctor Pan
on Wednesday, January '13, 1909, at
s:ao p. m. at "Tho jjourtland, corner
of Punahou and Doret&nla streets. Tho
rommlttoo of arrangements extends to
former members ot Miss Iocke'R
classes and those Interested In the
New Movement n cordial Invitation to
HENEY VISITS ROOSEVELT
Says His Call Was Not a Matter of
. WASHINGTON; D. C, Dec. 23.
Francis J, Heney visited tho Presi
dent today and had a friendly chat.
Mr, Hcnpy wll tako luncheon with
the President tomorrow nt the White
House . Senator' Knox was entering
the executive office nnd met Mr. Hen
ey at tho tlmo Mr. Heney was going
In-and they stopped and had a. little
talk, principally nbout tbo latter's
escape from tho bullet.
"Yomare lucky that bullet did not
get ou,r said. Senator' Knox, cheer
fully 'I certainly was," replied Mr. Hen
ey. Mr. Heney reiterated today,, his
statement that hlvlstt to Wanning,
ion was not a matter pf great Impor
"I Just wanted to shake, handlwltn
tho greatest President wc hnvo.evor
had," said Mr. Hcnoy,' "and" that' wis
about all." . i
Mr. Heney did not caro about go
ing Into tho question-ot what Ichowl
edgo ho had.ot secret service, affairs,
contenting hlmse'lf with the remark
that all ih,e knew, wnsia matter of
record In thb o(llcos oHfchlof Wllklo
of 'tliB'sccretserVIce.' .
Mr 'HOney stated-, that. -hb would
not deliVcrthe lecthre'.hts.hatl Int'end
ed'to In.thb-East, stMlng'.that ho did
hot fcei-ycVonual'to tho,tdkk.
- ! V-
V .til . -
"I'm glad I kept' my -old umbrella,. I
can't afford to let my new onejget wrl
an .utntl." l
ONE' THINK. LACKING-
I'vo pencils peus, arid paper .white,
Erasers ''and. a ouari ot Inkr
What a1 great poem I now might wrlto
, Could I but contrive to think!
''What Is tho most objectionable
fenturo ot prison llfo?" asked tho
A Host Excellent Assortment of
yMntm tMi'7WBii '
VStswfmSm MwtVM 1' -I
W. W. Ahana Go:,
82 S. KINO, ST" PHONE' M5;
THE BESr"FrrTEBS"'IN TOWN.
CAVALRY POST WILL',
Tho labor trouble at Lellehua has
been-satisfactorily settled. nndwork
on the cantonment Is being rushed
along nt lightning speed. There Is
every Indication that, by the mlddlo
of this month, the work which it is
essential to have completed Immedi
ately will have been finished nnd tho
authorities thus be left at liberty to
undertake the consideration of the
On "londay next, the transpoit
Thomas, bringing tho first and third
squadrons of tljo Fifth Cavalry will
nirlvo here Either that samo'day,
or the following, the American-Hawaiian
Company's freighter Virgin
ian wil) brliiK- the horses ot the
troopers. It Is believed that all can
be gotten ready nt tho cantonment In
lime for their nrrlval.
. r- n w
HARRISON LET OFF
, The name of, T. Mlliicr Harrison,
the well-known attorney nnd nma
teur detective, appearod ngaln on tho
Police Court calendar this morning.
Harrison had been surrendered by
the man who- went on', Harrison's
bond to keen the peace against tho
rather of four Hawaiian girls at Ka
llhl, nnd the matter was therefore
Xo-oponed. This tlmo It appeared
that tho City and County Attorney
had taken ulty'on Harrison In his
many trlnls and tribulations, for ho
'entered a nolle pros , stating that ho
did' not think that tho defendant
would do any harm, Harrison told
tho Court that ho would bo good In
tho future, and was discharged.
At the same court session Harrison
appeared as counsel for I.ua, the Ha
waiian, who was chargod with bur
glary. Lua was committed.
There has been somo tak that tho
High School will win out In tho track
meet this spring. Tho Knmehameha
boys have already started with their
worki They expect to spring n few
surprises this year. Tho heavy
weights are at practice with the shot
and tho hammer dolly.
The arms nnd ammunition for the
Knmehameha Cadets are. not due un
til tho latter part of February, but
ttaeHjbvB are preparing for them
nowl The buxles.aro due next wcok.
Jhcn the muslclans'wlll make enough
nolso In tho mornings to wane tno
fellows up. At tho, present tlmo there
Is on I' ono bugler.
, TlTeKam boys'are'uslag their new
ly built swimming tank dally. They
oxpect to, have n good" swimming
Soccer is golngnlnng first-class at
the Kamohameha School; Whiting,
tho. captain of the team; expects to
maHe afgood showing with his men
thlsiyear'. Lota Is (he. only man who
Is'OUUo't tlie team; but thoro nre
many other good-plu'ors to fill his
nlacr. '-'Tho different captains of the
school teams will hold ameeUng soon
Jo arrange the'dat.ejfor'tno games.
BnllttinBusineis Offlee Phone-,256.
. I iii pSSfS" ii
Bulletia-iEdlMrial' BoomaPhona 185.
used- the best German
beers since he was a
boy,f and he knows
when" he has found
one,, that is- soft and
mild and pleasant to
German beers are, very like our
own PRIM.O BEER in their, .full,, rich
avor- ,and sparkling, life without the
"bitter'' taste found in so many Ameri
Drink Primo Meerfor Health
Very few people realize that a stoam
tr may now be, communicated witn
without tho least trouble when threi
or four days from port. The wlrclofs
telegraph ;ls accomplishing; wonders.
WANTS' m LEASE
Captain Max Plans To
Improve Laj san
Captain Max Schlemmcr, king or
Lnysan Island, wants n new lease
from the Territorial Government for
that Sooth Sea possession. Tho leaso
ho holds r.t present Is not due to ex
plro until Mnrch 29th, 1010, but
"King" Schlemmcr is contemplating
many Improvements down thoro
thnt he wants to bo assured that the
Island will bo his beforo ho goes
ahead with them.
If tho application for n new lease
Is grunted, new conditions will bo
nnmed by tho Government, which
will promote tho planting of cocoa
nut trees nnd prcscrvo tho birds that
fled there during ccrtnln sensons of
tho year. In order thnt It may bo de
termined whether or not theso condi
tions nre being cnrrlcd out, It mny be
necessary tor the Government to send
n revenue cuttor to Lavsan Island ev
ery now nnd then.
Schlemmcr now pas n rental of $1
per J car, hut this will ho raised con
siderably on him If tho new leaso Is
BAD FOR CREDITORS
(Continued from Parcl)
disputed liy tho firm ot Smith &' Lew
is, who appear ns counsel for tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. In
its caso ngalnst, A. M. Drawn, In this
enso tho County of Oahu hns hcoii
named as garnishee, nnd tho attor
neys have notified Auditor Illcknell
thnt they will hold htm icsponslbta
If ho docs not withhold from llrown'H
salary tho amount required by the
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
WE SAYE EYES
by removing the first slight eye trou
bles 'that grow to bigger ones.
and in the absence of "after
i sssssTlTin r lisM raBssssssssssTH1! im i "i 1n ,-Wll
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Tuesday, January 5,
PAN KltANCISCO Sailed Jan. 6:
S. S Virginian, for Honolulu
U. S. A. T. Thomas, 12 in., for Ho
nolulu. 8. 8. I.urllne, 1 p. m., for llonolulu
SAN KllANCISCO Arrived Jan. 6:
8. B. Alameda", henco Dec. 30.
8. 8. Hlloninn henco Dec. 20.
OAVIOTA Arrived Jan. 3:
8. 8. Itosccrans, from Knanapall.
KAHUI.UI Sailed Jan. 2:
8. S. 11 tides, for 8an l'ranclsco.
Temperatures C a. in., CI; 8 si
in., (!', 10 n. m 71; noon, 71; morn
ing minimum, CI.
Ilarometcr, 8 n. m 20.99; nbso
lute humidity, 8 n. in., 3.99B grain i
tier cubic foot: relative humidity, S
n m , r7 per cent.; dew point, 8 n
Wind ft n. m., velocity 8. dlrcc
lion NK; S n. im. velocity fi, directum
NK; 10 ii. in., velocity 7, direction
SK; noon, velocity 10, direction S,
ltalnfnll during 24 hours ended
8 n. m .00 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 21
hours endod nt noon, HO miles.
WM. 1). 'STOCKMAN.
Section DlrcctnrWeather ntiroau.
The IInlrbriili-lt U lnipnlhle to
lo In two places nt o'ipe.
The Alarm Clink I ran go off nnd
stay right vv here I urn.
Mrs. Hyker: So joii met my hus
band, did joti? Mrs. Ikcr; Yes, 1
met him nt my husband's onlcc last
week. Mrs. Hvkor: Wiell, what Is
your opinion ot him; Mrs. I'vkcr: I
think ho is badly henpecked, but
doesn't know It.
THE PROBLEM SOLVED
The garments of tho twins wcro torn.
Said mother when sho saw the
.'Ptl lit... t1...un l.t.la K..I.B nt t.lnlrl
. & ., ,i; uiiinu juun nui.o u, ii,.,H
Thai's one wny to keep them lu
Tuesday, Jnnunry S.
Stmr. Maul. llruhiiB, fiom Hllo nnd
way ports, p. in.
Stmr. Mkcllkc, Nnopnla, from Ko
na ports, a. in.
Wednesday, January ft.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kntinl, n. m.
Stmr. W 0 Hall, Thump, tor
Kniiil, f p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Tor Molukal, Maul
fiid l.nnil, " p m
Stmr. Kinnu, Gregory, for Kami. 5
Stmr. Kniial, Tor Kntinl ports. " P- m
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan for San 1'i.in
i Is co, G: lu p. m.
Wedncsdny, January C.
Ship Hills of Cl)de, Uiignlls, for
Oavlot.i, 9 n. m.
Per utnir W O. Hall, Thompson
fiom Kntinl. Jan. C. a m 12. II Hat
nold. C. I). I'ltts. !. Krause. II S
Pmlcltt. Miss C. I'adgllt. Mlai S.
I'adEltt. MIrh K. I'ndgltt, Miss llaslle,
Miss Af Krnuse, Mr. Kay, Mrs. Kny
and child, Ah Tow, Hoso Wnller.Mns
Icr Waller, C. 12. Mclvln. Chong
Hung, (1. Meyer, Miss Meyer, A. 1..
C. Atkinson, Uev. 12. T. Simpson. Mrs.
Simpson, (leo. llrnln, Col. 7.. S. Spald
ing, It. II. Spalding, Mrs. Ab.iiii, Miss
llchr, M. Adams, 12. II Koger nnd ser
um!, Capt. Molor and wife, Mnsler
Per stmr. Maul, Uruhns, from Hllo
and way ports, Jan. .', p. in. II. Ven
ial, J. II. Olbson. W. Lucas. J. W
D'lylc, Mr. Lewis, U. V. Turner, (leo.
"Jnnn. It. II. I.cgg, O. T. Oicgg, 12. L.
Hunter, Mrs. 12. U Hunter.
Per stmr. Llkellkc, Nnopaln. from
Konn nnd wny ports, Jan. C, it. m.
D h. Colliding.
PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED 1
I'or stmr. Klnau (Ircgory, for Kauai,
jan. 6. Master Kaco, Sam Knco, Loo
toe, W. P. Knpulnnl, H. C. Men. J. II.
Ward, H. C. llrown, Mrs J. 11. Coney,
Master Coney, Miss Coney nnd nurse,
I'lcd WatorhoiiBO, A. Waterhouso, I.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Molokal,
.tlaut and Lnnal .1 p. in , Jan. fi. V.
iV, PeaBo, 1". L. nibson nnd wife.
Tlin STI2AMER W O. Mall this
morning nrrlved from NawlllnlllJ
Kniial, bringing 19 empty beer buttles!
IS empty wlno bottles, "n bags tiro,
horse. Hi bundles hides, C5 packaged
fiimlrles. Purrer Clmiiey reports th
following sugar lendy for.shlpmont oiil
Kauai: P., 2BI0 bigs, 11 M. l'J20, Wl
P 4020; K. S. Co.. 1700; M 8. Ctii
'.010; Mak.. 8720; V K., 700,
THR LIKEI.IKK urrlvcd josterdiy
wlUi Secretary I). I.. Conning or tlinl
Oovcrnor'a oince. Shu hiought frelghtjj
sitting of 1 empty drum, 3 cr.iteu rlca,
pans, 10 head cittlo, 10 calves, 1 triinlr;'1
Purser II. Kalpo reported that u c-isu 1
oi liquor tor .vinniiKonu mnrKCd .u u.
)vns broken. Hs
WITH PASSKNQI2RS from Hllo
and way ports, tho steamer Maul nr
rlvcd jesterdiiy afternoon. lie
freight consisted of 74 lords wood
179G ohla tlei, 1 unto, 2 hordes,
box, 1 paikages sundries, 1 empty
ammonia cj Under.
THE I.ITTI.IJ Btoimer'Ko An UoJ
was at Kllaiiun, Kan it, unloading hoi
i.trgo. Shh will leturn with sugar, ill
REPUBLICANS WILL BUCK
(Continued from Pa?e 3.
tee, to tal.o tho placo of Tommy Cum;
in I he. Theie Is thu deadest kind of a,
dead-lock In this ofllce, tho old mem
hoi a of tho forco absolutely icfuilmi
to nllow any of the new appointee
Insldo the office. Captain Cotter I
still romtiinndcr-In-clilcf nt tho (lov
cinmcnt stablcb. Ho icfiiBcs to allow
nnvonn Inside, nnd has only sent out
the nnlmnls thnt arc essential to the
woik being done by Cummins. Theie
Is no sign of weakening on tho part
of either flldo, but tho question Is:
Who gets tho snlailes? Certain It In
that Peril's men are; not doing uuy
"KA-AKUKUI" IS NAME
(Continued from Pare 1)
Tho place Is called "KiiakiiKul, vvlilrhu
literally moans "Tho Shining Light."
t in older to maku tho placo Inhabit
chic, It Is expected that uliniit Su00i
will bo expended for thu buildings im,l'
other necessniy iiccnmmodntluiis Uw
tho men. "Ka nkiikul" Is a particulars;
iv desirable locality, as It fronts on lha
' Major Long Is a classmate of Cap";
SJSJ-BULLETIN ADS PAY -TJR2 j
- jsj si nf s mm i -
Sea Wrens, StOOj
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor. $175, Complete. "4,
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
ck Scully. Jack Roberts,1 JD- bulletin ads' pay