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RVRNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. ., TIUMISDAY, JAN. H, 1900.
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Honolulu Corn'man'tlery Reg
uUr, B p. m.
; V it
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited' 16
attend nice tin gi of local lodges
UAEMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Sleets cvciy Monday evening r.l
7:30 In I' O. O. ' lloll. Tort Street.
E. It. UKNDItY. Seciutary.
HUN. F. VICKKI18, N. q.
All visiting brothers very uiidlutl'y
QA1IU LODGE, No. 1, K. of ' P.
Meets every ilrxt and third Fri
day evening at 7 In IC 1 I. Hall,
corner Kort and lioretanta. Vleltlug
brothers coidlully Invited to uttsnrt.
a. o nnERisa, c.c.
JA8. W. WH1TB. K.n.B.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, U. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
near Tort Street every Friday even
ing. Ily ordor of the 13. It.:
HENRY" O. BA8T0N,
WM. II. MclNKUNY. C. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, ICofP.
Sleets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Horotnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. ritAZEE, C.C,
E. A. JACOUSON. K.IU3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. V. L. TUAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOItD, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. ARLEiail, Sachem.
A. E. MUltriir, C. of It.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
M7 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
The .Best Whiskey on the Mark-it
THOS. F. McTIQHE&'CO.. AOENIS
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. ' P. 0. JBOX 755.
REDUCTION SALE from .Saturday,
6lh,-LADIES' HATS from2.00 up.
1028 1IUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBINQ ar.d PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
King St.; P 0. Box 014.
WfING CHONG CO
JXINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
'Dealers in Furniture Mattreues,
Etc., .Etc. AH kinds of KOA and
'JflSSIpN FURNITURE Made IV
1 L Usff,O.H Eg and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
Hotel St. near -Fort
Jack Scully. , Jack$Qberti,
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine-
Ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Corned; and Fatbos.
Tto changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Black Princess; A Visit to the
Public Nursery; A Useful Present for
a Child; A Spiritualistic Stance; In
China; Don't Pull My Leg;; The Leg.
end of a Qhost.
Orchcjlrclle Selections: Lohengrin
Wedding March; Heidelberg Stein
Sonr;'The 'Dying Poet.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. 'STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVlEIlY'
Leave your order, for a box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
j Corner King and Fort Streets.
WmTWWi IIMIM'' "' I'U'LP'Wft-
Our 1909 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
We are agents for tie famous
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
When you tct
lis to make
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
J. M.-LEVY & CO.. LTD.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.'
THE FAMILY GROCERS. J
LOURING CAR, 41185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand -Lumber, -Doors Ana
Sashes bought, and sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
pTh. BUHNETTE, (
Attorney-at.Law for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgasrcs. Deeds, Bills ,of jSale.
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
Marriage Licunses. "
79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310,
LOCAL AND 6ENERAL
" Tlrtn ttnr fhm. miia ftit-ntfitTrvt
id the barn; two bits' worth of. flu I
let! n'Want'AdsiviU sell It for you.
Ten good auto hooka. Phone S.
Tnko your carriage or automobile
to Ha'wallan Carriage 'Mulife'. 'Co.," fOr
Spend New Year's at Royal Annex.
Have your tvDewritarrf nnrt iimn-iincn
repaired at Wall.""Nlch'ole'Co.," Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tcl
Coat your 'Iron roofs with "Arabic.'
You v. Ill 'be surprised at Its cooling
and prcservaflvo properties California
Food Co.'.' agents.
On Installments of $3 per month yrJ'u
can purchase a Whllo l-'arully notary
sowlug'macblno. Bonny ft Co., Ltd.;
sgcntB,' tf86 Fort St. Phono 481.
Geo." SJcKneW appeared before Judge
AndrAdiV on a charge of assault and
butler1 lils morning. Sehtenco was
uispehded' for thlrteon motiths. '
OystiOoaves at Royal Annex.
Slyong mcn'TdiiKlrig lirhge from
10 to 18 years, wore this morning sent
to the Reform School on charges of
Ingfaficy, They were members of a
gang which made It h headquarters nt
the corner of Fort and School streets
etui tnado Ufa miserable for the re
spectable peoplo In the vicinity. The
arrest wns made by O'fllcer Mlnvlellc
At least ono of Mayor Fern's np-
polntecs lias been ratified by the
Hoard ot Supervisors. James H.
Lynch was named as Inspector of
chauffeurs, and the Hoard, nftor a
little argument, npproved the appoint
nient at Its meeting last night.
The matter of salaries was brought
up at tho meeting by Supervisor
Kane, who moved that salaries of city
and county employes be paid twice a
month, namely: on the 1Mb and on
the laBt day ot each month.
Assistant County Attorney Mllver
ton suggested thnt tho appropriation
bill having been placed In tho hands
of the Mayor, It would be advisable
to have somo action taken on the
"I believe that It would be wise to
have somo action taken at once,"
said he. "Should the Mayor npprove
or disapprove tho appropriation bill,
t would greatly facilitate matters
in regnrd to settling In the courts the
right of tho Mayor or the Supervisors
to mako appointments."
The Mayor announced (hat, having
received the appropriation bill only a
few hours before, he must take time
to consider the matter.
Kune then Insisted that his motion
be put, and, the Mayor ruling It out
ot ordor, Logan went through the
usual custom and the motion was
A letter from the City mid County
Treasurer announcing the appoint
ment of M. (1. K. Hopkins as clerk In
1:1s odlco and asking thnt his salary
bo fixed ut 1125 n month, was read.
The Mayor, having declined to put
a motion to grant tho request, Logan
put it and It was curried.
A letter from the Mayor, announc
ing' thnt S. It. Jordan, appointed ex
aminer of chauffeurs, having been
found Ineligible to hold oince awing
to Ills not being an American citizen.
he had appointed James P. Lynch to
McClellan moved that the appoint
ment bo approved, Logan seconded
the- mbtlon. It was passed unani
mously after a little dlscu-sslon.
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
brought by tho Thomas, bo It was not
considered expedient to .try and go to
Lcflclfua today, as wan the original In
Tho cayalry horses received their
first grooming, after their long voy.
ago, this morning. A stable detach
ment was sent to tho corrals and thu
travel utatns were removed from the
coats nf the steeds. 'It was shortly
before ll' o'clock that tho troop"-
armed with curry comb and brush,
marched along the waterfront, return
ing from their work.
In spite of their long and hard ocean
trip, tho horses are, as a general thing
In excellent shapo. Tho regimental
veterinarian of tho Fifth Cavalry ac
companied them on the Virginian ap-l
k&pt closo watch of their condition. A
few of them aro Buffering from colds
but It is not believed that they will
suffer any permanent Injury from the
Tho Thomas wll( sail at 8 o'clock to
morrow' for 'tho Orient. She carries 'a
ISrgo'number of casuals, hmny ot them
recruits ,for tho regiments In tho ser
vlco there. It was tho Intention to
Mart this n,ftcrnoon,ibutjh0 necessity
for time In unloading tho Fifth Cavnl
ry's 'equipment mado that Impossible,
'Lii j.,.'.. , .;.' .Ji i m
A Most Excellent Aatortmeat'of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
A2 S. KINO ST. PHONE W.
THE BEST "F1TTEBS" IN 'I0WN.
KERN CAN'T WIN
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 13 H, F. Shlvoly defcrted J. V Kon
for the twentieth ballot, J W. Kern was the candldute for VIih Presi
dent on the Democratic ticket.
KEEP MARINES ASHORE
WASHINGTON, D C, Jim. 13. OfllrorM or the Mnitno Corps lire
appearing beforo the Naval House Committee lo cunibiit the ordor temov
lug marines from ships. Tho Keel conuuniulciH liae enbli-d their approv
al of the order.
MOTHER EARTH QUAKING
VIENNA, Austria, Jan. 13. There have been slight shocks of earth
quake In Southern Anuria and the Tyrol. No damage was jlouc.
PEIvIN, China. Jan 13. -The
the Italian relief fund
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, DEC. 31, 1909,
Leans and owrdrafts. . .$12X,rH.i;!)
Ileal Hstnto 29.627.U5
Furniture and II x lures. . ' 1,400.30
Due from Hanks and
Hankers 32, 3K0 01
All other miiiim-h 1 i',;t,00J.8,S
i ... viiauivii, itLiiuti aDiiici in
solemnly swear that the foregoing st
I v r,....i .. ......... i ...i.i... ..
uesi oi my Kiiowieugc nun neiiet. is. uihuka.
Suhscrlbeil iiml t.wniii (o bi-fora hid this 12th day of January, 1909.
DAVID L. PICTKItSON,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
Will Soon Be
On Monday next entries will be ie
ceived for the bowling tournament
to bo held In the Hotel alleys. It Is
practically nssuied that Fort Shatter,
Naval Station, Custom Houhh, Rapid
Transit and II. S, Knglueer Coriui1
teams will participate. II Is hoped
tliat other organizations, Including
teams from somo of the iiicirantllo
houses of this city, may rlso tnko part.1
Tho teams of Oahu College and tho
High School will meet about the first
of noxt month. Doth aggregations aio
getting In a lot of practice and spirited
play Is expected.
Howling Is experiencing quite u ie
vlval hero and tho alleys aro attract
ing a good many outhiiblasts evening
Thoy are now lit excellent shape, mid
their now equipment is of tho best.
n n a
Tansan Play At
On tho Moauulim links next Sunday
will tnko place tho next play for the
Tansan trophy. Tho tournament Is at
tracting considerable attention among
Bolting enthusiasts and good play Is
sure to bo tho result,
Since tho recent rnlus, the Moanalua
links have been In line condition and
It Is believed that conditions wllj bo
Ideal for next Sunday's play, provid
ing that tbore Is no rain In tho mean
time. Tho spirit of competition Is run
ning high, among aBilr.iuts for tho
trophy, and thu ilnycrs aro getting lu
a lot of good practice in the meantime,
(Internment has donated $11.1,01111. In
Due to Hanks and Hani.-
era r.S, 200.92
lUIls I'nynlilo 1 I,22!.b0
,1. - T...I ..I o. ..!.. H....I. t .i .1..
uiu I iiiMiiiiiuia 0'vi.iu iiiiiui. i.iii., iiu
ilemeiitH nre true and coricct to the
(Continued from Pace 1)
in thu Liuiu homestead, which lu In
the neigliboihood, and made them gj
llieio every morning und every liven
ing before mid lifter work. Lust I'll
oay ho discharged four Deinncinta, mid
ou Monday ho discharged four moro
men of tho minority paity, taking Re
publicans lu their places. P.ileulo was
one of the men who wero dlt charged.
That tho events which will lead In
tho test eiro, which will bring tho
questions between thu ' Mayor mid
Hoard 'of Supervisors beforo the
conns, will booii tnko place. Is certain.
Thu Hint step will bo "the action of the
Mayor on the appropriation bill. Und
cr llm law I-'e'rn has ten days In which
to consider It, but It Is probable th.it
ho will not avail himself of this priv
ilege, na ho has no desire to delay tho
p-yne'it of the employes moro than
lu-ip.'Karj. It docB uot seem probub'o
tint ho will -.rto tho bill Untight out
as In appirinl'y doea not recognize It
na leg-il, and ll Ih certain lhat hu will
not glvo It bin npprovnl. Under theso
clrcmnstunceg It seems that his course
will probably bo thut or vetoing tho
bill Willi tho proviso Hint by doing so
lie does not recognlzo It nu u legal
measure, and does net wnlvo nny ltg.il
lights to protest against It.
Tho supervisorial committees havo
WE SAVE EYES
by removing the first slight eye trou
blcs that grew to bigger ones.
, j IN FOREIGN PORTS ,
Wednesday, January 13.
idltW'S IIAHDOH -Sailed Jan 12:
Schr Hobert Lowers for Honolulu
S,N I'HANCISCO Arrived Jan. 13:
t' S A. T, Sheridan, hence Jan. 6.
H K Mi'xlr.in. friim Senltle.
! YOKOHAMA Snllod Jnn. I.lf
H H, AeIii, for Honolulu.
"Tlli:8BVALL ship William P. Foi
ls Hllll lying nt thu railroad wharf. She
will sail about thu end of thu month' In
THU STKAMKK Rlaudliio reirU
fi.lrly good wenlher on hei' ri'eent trip
Sin was able to stop at alt of her port,
Till? ASIA left Ydkohanm yest rda)
fnr Honolulu, Und will leave lieie fm
San Francisco nbont January 23.
Tl'i: ALAMEDA mid SlliTla u.-e iMt
hoe tonl'irrou- Innriilug from Sail
TIIU TKANflPOItT Thonun li
rrhediileil to ual, for M.inlhi nt Ti p in
j HONOLULU WEATHER
Jan. 1 I, 1909. ''
Temperatiiren C, n. in., 00; 8 a.
m 70; 10 a. in., 77; noon, 77; morn
ing minimum, on.
Haionu-ler, K a. III., 30.(10; absolute
liiimldlty, S a. m., 11.1(11 grnlus per
ruble foot; relative humidity, S a.m.,
81 per rent.; dew point, 8 ii. m.. Ot.
Wind 0 n. in., velocity B, illreclii'ii
Nil; S n. in., velocity 2, direction
NU: 10 u. m., velocity I',, direction
V; noon, velocity f. direction SW.
Itaiufull during 21 houiu endrd
8 ii. m , .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 123 inllea.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director Weather Pureau.
Ilargalns In wash goods ut Whitney
& Marsh's salo next Monday.
MUn Locku will give her llrst lec
ture on Art tomorrow afternoon nt
A list of tho ofllceru elected to kcrve
for tho ensuing year In tho Seu Dal
Do llcnevoleut Society Is published lu
(let Into the habit of using I lie wire
less telegraph to talk to your Island
friends and those on arriving sli-auiers
The rates uru low.
Thos. McTlghu'fc Co., havo Just re
ceived n shipment of Dubonnet cock
tails, also Stout In half pints, l'liouu
them u trial order.
- Honolulu lildles uliould i.eo Iho nev
arrivals at Jordan's, Victoria taffetas
ull fcllk, 19 In. wide, at CCc per yard,
line French serge, cream alpaca, new
if you have a hoautlul plcturu, framt
It and ecu how much It Is Impioved.
Wo havu a largo stock of mouldings
for picture framing that will suit any
plctuie. Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
Great salo of wash goods at Whit
ney & Marsh's on Monday next.
Quick Ben Ice at a drug store Is a
(act worth rcmcmbeilng. When you
buy from Hisou, Sm.tli & Co Lid
you nro tarred quickly with what you
want ami you aro not ovei charged for
thu ten leu.
If you caro for economy and cleanli
ness lu refrigerators, thu F.ddy ltefrlg
eralor Is Iho ono for you. It Is built
primarily for service, und gives It.
Theo. II. Davlo-i & Co., Ltd., Hard
Just arrived on the Virginian, tome
new films for tho Clem Thentro, the
latest from New York. Como and see
tho daintiest little theatre In town
Films change uu Monday, Wednesday
and Friday. Admission 10 and 2tl
cents. Chlldicn S centB.
Monday morning Mrs. C. U Dicker
sou, thu leading milliner In tho Snchs'
block, will commence her annual mil
linery Bale nt sicrlflc prices to make
loom ror new i:ustcr goodB already
ordered. Veilings und trimmings will
bo sold nt surprisingly low prices,
rJ"For Bale" cardj at Bulletin,
f. J. j, f, ,t, i a, , .p , j, ,j, j, ,, a,
nil 11. hi. ....I-.... 1 I.. ... n .
mi iiii-ii n.uar iit-iuaiius nir inu Ulhl
half of the present month leady, and
fICI unnli nu llm n iiiipnnpliiltiin l.lll I,. ...
. Buoii no in iii'ii'i'iiuiiun inn in ru-
lllltln,l I... 11. n l...n. K Ill ....
vMuitu f inu itntjui, mv) win nil
ilntihttMlly pabH It over tho oto, an.l
lMI tlisiti nuAflnml i.i .... i
vni nun iii-v.tL-ii iu jiana mi' H.lliliy
llltlllflllilu ilV'h' flws tii-nlnur nf h tt.......
' - 1'IWlWOi in tllll ll'IUI
oriitH. ThU brltiKH tho nmttur of piB
Int' fif ll. 1.M1.. .11....!.. ... i.. i..
..., w. tiiu Miita utiiiu 111 All lUOl
IMflfiiitll ntnl tin lilu mitl... .,r .i .
.......,,( .,., .,,, ,,,a m.iii.11, III lilhI)K
nr not pastil!.;; Uiu -cmtindH, will rest
Din ..nuiln.. nn I.... !.,..! .. ..
uvj uwrniniii tin in ' HL'UHJr (III) iJiMllO
cratB nr tho HontibllcaiiB will hrinir thn
Tho whereabouts or Mr. TIioiwih
HiiUKy uiu wnnteil. pjuabd aildresrt
M, I. Un, llullctlu, 420S-1W
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17 H TO I 7 li ui '..' 9
Lust quarter of tho moon Jan. 14.
Hawaiian sluUilulu time i lu lonu.
3U iiiIuuIcb slower than (iieenmcb
lino, being that of tbi uierldluii of HI
Jegiees 2u uiluules Tl it lllntiivhl.Uo
nidus ut 1:3U p. ui,, willed is the siiiua
ui Greenwich, 0 houru u uilhlitua. dun
und muuu uiu fur local tttno lor luu
j A.RRIVCO ?
Thursday, Januiry 14.
Slmr. Clau line, Dennett, rroni Maul
iiml I law ull ports, S.ti'.l n. in.
Weilnesihiy, Jiuui iry 13
Htiur. Ileh-ue, Ouess, for I'aauh.iii,
r, p. in.
U. S. S. Alameda. Doudell, from i'au
I'runclsro, u. in.
1. M. S. S. Siberia, DImhi, from San
Fiaiiclr.co, a. in.
T. IC. IC. Chlyo Mum, from Yo.:.
I'er sttiir. Clnudiue, from Hawaii an I
lnnl nrts, Jan. II. M. H. (Irlnbaiim
and wife, Mis 1-1, ChnlmerH. M. H. I)u
1'onte, Jl. C. Ferrclrn. SIIsh F. Frellns.
Stis. McOerrow, W. K. llalley. Miss
ll. L. llaldttln, T. H. Knn, U. C. llald
wln, Sirs. I-:. J. Oomes, SIIsh Ooiiich.
Sllr.a II. Kennii, Mrs, W. II. Keanu, Yeo
Ting. A. V. Fetors. Miss 8. (llbba, Mrs.
Dug Sang, Sirs. C. F. Koblnson, Sirs.
II. A. Kniin, J. Ooldsleln, J. L. I.uvo
mid 4 1 on deck.
ler tmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai. Jan. 14. W. K. Schultz and
wife, Capt. Slosler and wife.
I'er stmr. Klnau, for Knlitl. Jl. 1.
Mariner, C. W. Spitz, J. W. Doyle, Sirs.
SOGA WILL NEITHER
AFFIRM OR DENY
While the Hawaii Shlnpo nnd tho
Dally Chionlcle nro opposing tho
manner and tho method with which
tho Nlppu JIJI and thu High-wage As
bcclatlon people uro trying to gjt an
Increase of wages for thu plantation
laborers, the backers of the associa
tion are working strenuously to gut
the support of the laborers.
Kdltiir Soga nt tho Nlppu JIJI,
when hhown the translation of tho
Nlppu's nitlelc, which appeared In
the morning paper, Htnted thut ho
lould not answer right off us to the
coi redness of the nitlcle.
"I cannot pick out tho newspapers
from which tho quotations were
tnude," said Soga. "In fact, I never
made nny disparaging remarks re
garding J. 1'. Cooke nnd other plant
ers. What I did say In my now-spaper
wns that If tho planteru did not raise
the wages of the laborers, they wero
simply taking tho risk In their own
As to the rumors of tin eats dlrect
id ngnlnt.1 tho editors of the Hawaii
Shlnpo unit Dally Chronicle, It la ap
parent that stall minors are correct.
Hut whether tho threat-makers In
tend to crirry them out reinulim to bo
keen. Tho editors of the tw news
papers, It Is huld, are fully propaied
to meet the danger.
CHY0 U1IIIJ IS HEARD
The wlieleus operator at Kalmlcii
l'olnt heard tho Chlyo Slitru talking
this morning. Ho was not ublo to get
Into communication with the ship,
howover, mid did not hear muUilm,
which g-ivo him u cluo to the voshol'-i'
Tho Knterpiho could nho he hoinf.
buv It was impossible to gel Into cum!
muiilcntloii with her. Tho BtatlCH nro
Interfering to a very notlconblu extent
with tho receiving of messages nt Ku
hilkii, It being it dllllciilt mutter to hear
messages through the discharges.
Se- BULLETIN ADS PAY
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIo
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE C1IAHLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, 4