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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II, riUDAY, FEB. 12, 1909.
We have all kinds,
perfect copies of the klivl big
Boys' and Little Men's
' STYLES THAT BECOME THE YOUTH.
OF HllfS TEMPLE
Kilauea Lodge Workmen
Start Their New
A shape And Inst not old enough to look mannish
young enough to make a BOY a CHILD.
High or Low Cuts, Oxfords, Bluchers, and Pumps.
$3, $3.50 and $4
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. Feb 11. 1909
tender and juicy and the finest steaks to be had in the
country are to be bought at this market. Our line of Del
icatessen Is equal to any on the mainland.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
The most refreshing toilet preparation extant.
The odor is delicious and lasting, yet always delicate.
It is made here and reflects the fascinating fragrance
of the favorite Hawaiian leaf.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS,
Joseph A. Gilman.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.,
PARROTT A 00., San Francisco.
IllLO. Hawaii, Kob. 11. The Her
On the afternoon of Saturday, Feb
ntnry C, there occurred ono of tho
most Important ceremonies that lias
oer taken place In I 111'), Important
because It showed the solid growth of
the Masonic fraternity here, also be
cause It marked a new era In build
ing and the laying of tho corner
Btono of which will soon prove to ha
the largest and handsomest structuro
In llllo Its Masonic Temple.
At 2 o'clock tho members of Ki
lauea Lodge No. 330, K. & A. M., met
In their temporary hall, which they
left at 2:30 p. m arriving at tho
site of tho new temple at theorncrs
of llrldgo and Wnlanuenue streets ox
aitly at 2:38 p. in.
Tho oftlcors of Kilauea Lodge who
were present were:
W. II. C. Campbell. W. M.: O. H.
Williams, Acting 8. W.J 0. S.,llow-
nmn, J. W.i Adam Lindsay, Treas
urer; I- A. Medcalf, P. M., Secre
tary; E. N. Holmes, Acting S. O. N.
C. Wlllfong, J. D.; Itev. C. V. Hill,
Chaplain; It. T. Moses, Marshal;
Jchn Napier and 11. V. Ludlorr, Stew
nrilHj W,. 8. Ilohm, Tyler.
Other members of tho lodge pres
ent were: John I. Molr, I. M.; K.
11. Richards, I M.; II. V. Patten.
J. M. Ross, J. M. Mulr, Dr. Archer Ir
win, Dr. C. L. Stow, E. 11. Austin,
Robt. Forbes, J. D. Kennedy, K. V.
Nichols, Win. Weight, O. 11. Vlcurs,
P M.; C. B. Wright, E. N. Deo, J.
II. Maby, II. K. Andrews, J. M. Cam
eron, Wm. Urlen. W. S. Wise. J. Klti-
grruld, Jas. Henderson. II. A. Cler
Incli. W. Vannnttu, C. E. King; Vis
itor Oeo. A. Cool of Lnndmaik Lodge,
Slonx City, Iowa.
Chaplain C. W. Hill o.Tcred prayer.
The President of tne Hall Associa
tion, llrothcr John T. Molr, P. M.,
then made tho following uddress:
"As President of tho llllo -Masonic
Hall Association, worshipful master,
oinccrs, and brethren, we hnvo met
hero today for a spccinc purpose,
namely the laying of the corncr-stono
of u Musonlc Temple In llllo. . Wo
have looked forward with longing
eyes to this event and now that tho
day has arrived, wo, each and every
one of us, feel proud of the achieve
ment which will redound to our lion.
or and perseverance.
Our labors have been long and ar
duous, and wo hnvo had our troubles,
but grond results will Justify our
noble work. On the completion of
tills ,Templo wo will have the most
up-to-date building, In all Its most
essential parts, to be,found In tha
Territory of Hawaii or, in fact, any
where else. It will certainly bo u
credit to this,town and a lasting mon
iiment to tho Fraternity.
"I have now tho honor to invito
tho Most Worshipful Muster of KI
luuea Lodgo No. 330, Ereo and Ac
cepted Musons, holding Us charter
under tho Jurisdiction of the Califor
nia Oram! Lodgo, to commence tho
Lciemonlcs of laying the corner-stone
of the llllo Masonic Temple."
Wprthy Master Cumpbell.nsslstcd
by Senior Warden O. H. Williams,
Junior Warden D. S. Ilowman, and
the ussemblcd Musous, then laid tho
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Pacific Knrar Mill
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Wuuku Sugar Co ....
Walmatialo Sugar Co..
Walmra Sugar Mill Co
Irrtet-liland Steam N Co
Hawaiian Klrcttlc Co..
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Mutual Ttlrptiotit Co
Nalilkll Rubber d,.
Nahiku Rubber Co.Am.
Oahu Rd I. Co
llllo K K Co
Hon Oft MCo
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
HawTer a lie
HawTer ,H PC,
HawTer l pc.
Haw Gov I J pc
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham Ditch Co ,
Haw Com A Sub; Co t pc
Haw Sugar Con pc...
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Kahulcu P.ant Co 6 pc.
uruTjnt a loi ae,
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Oahu Snear Co idc.
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
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Man or for Lounging at home
$4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Comfortable, Nobby. See them
in our Window.
Elks Building, King near Fort
Strangers in Honolulu find what
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
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Hoards: CO Hnw,
Co., llOl.r). IB Pioneer, . 147;
13 Pioneer. $117; Urn Mcllryde, 13.75;
$3U.O0O P. H. M. Qs, 1102; 100 Oiiomca,
SI3; 10A Onomea, 113. Session: 10
Kwa, S27.I10; B Ba $27.50; 10 Oahu
Sub. Co.. $29.25.
Notice No .sesxliiii of tho Ex
chaiiKo tomorrow. Feb. 12, l'JOtf, Lin
Latest sugar qucUtlon.3.61 cents or
$72.20 per ton.
Sugar, 3.61 ceols
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Members Honolulu Stock and Dond
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8T8.
FOR TWO WEEKS
The Paint Shop.
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PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
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We do all kinds of Teaming; alto deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE M0VISO A SPF
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of latest Styles in
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Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary ' Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.II.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KINO Sts Honolulu.
1028 NBUANU ST.
"BEE" BRAND CEYLON TEA
HENRY MAY & "CO.
Lydln E. Plnkham's Vegetable Coin
lioiind, an honest, tried and true rem
edy for feminine Ills, hold ihr tecord
tor tho largest number of actual cures
of nny similar remedy, niul is uu
kcrlbeil and recommended by hun
dreds of fair-minded doctors who do
not fear to recommend a worthy mod
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A NEW INSTRUMENT
Tho "Magnaiihono" ndvcrtlsed In this
Issuo, to bo heard citch ovcnlns next
week In tho newly opened music hall In
thu McCandlcss building, corner of
King and Alakea, Ih i now machlnu
which has been perfected by Mr.
Charles K. Simpson, a practical engi
neer of this city, after many yearn of
experimenting thereon. Thu Bounds
are produced through tho medium of
compiessed ulr which n ery sensltlvo
valve leleascs In a series of rapid ex
plosions with such speed that tho min
utest lbrntlons on tho lecord uro
cleaily audible, tho notes emanating
from tho Instrument as loudly, if not
moro so, than tho volco of thu felnger
that originally pindiiced Ilium, mid
without losing nuy ofthelr purity uud
strtugtn or tone,
Tim Instrument has been heard by
many able musical critics of Honolulu,
who wero ustonlsbed and delighted by
Call Woltcrs, manager of tho Hutch
inson Sugar Plantation, is In town for
a few days,
K. I". Ilaldwin and It. C. Searlo weto
iimong tho arrivals , from Maul In tho
Muunu Lou this morning
$ .75 SKIRTS, CDT TO $ .50
$1.00 SKIRTS, CUT TO $ .75
$1.25 SKIRTS, CUT TO $1.00
$1.50 SKIRTS, CUT TO $1.25
$1.85 SKIRTS, CUT TO. . .-..$1.50
$2.25 SKIRTS, CUT TO $1.75
$2.50 SKIRTS, CUT TO $2.00
NUUANU below HOTEL.
Phone 290. P.H.Sullivan,
11. Kocko returned from
trip this morning.
Oysters as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
K. A. .Mcwnyne is in town, no wits
among the arrivals In thu Manna Uia
Inter-Island and O. It. & L. shipping
looks for salo at tho 11 ill lo tin
onicc, CO each.
K you aru looking for any of your
frlcudj go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Hear the new Mngnaphnnu, .McCand
less building, King and Alakea street,
all next week. Prices in and 15 cents.
A new method of cleaning hats is
In use ut the Kxpert Hut Cleuners on
I-'ort stiect opi. Club Stables. Try
A. Hancberg, plantation auditor of
Huckfehl & Co., came back from Knual
this morning. He arrived In the stenui
cr Ku An Hon.
Iteprcseutatlveselect of tho oilier Is
lands, who ai- already In town, arc
getting tlienikelves acquainted with the
It Is rumored that Representative
Dan Kanahu's position as receiving
clerk at tho I'ollco Court will bu taken
by ono of tho present staff.
11. L. Kawuwehl, former sergeant-iit-arms
of tho Inst Leglslaturu and now
Itepiei-eutalivv-eleot from the Konas,
urlrved this morning In the Manna l.n:i.
Thu executive committee of tho
Homo Ilulu party met yesterday fore
noon In the Kuhlllaulanl hall and dis
cussed the defeat of thu' Home Ilulo
candidates for various oIIIcch,
MAIM LOA IS SNOW
'There Is snnw on Manila Urn, and
It looked ery pretty, us wo slid along
In thu steamer Milium Uia, down thu
Purser lrrlcl of thu steamer Maiiiiu
l.o.i, which arrived this morning from
thu Konas, thus reported Hint tho top
of Manna Lou wns very thickly covered
wmi snow, on Saturday anil Suiidny
it rained hard along thu Kau and Konn
Makes Electric Lifiht so reasonable that no one can
aflbrd to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Some People Drink
All of the time. Others drink some of the time and every
body drinks aerated water from our factory because they
consider it best. There's no sentiment about it just qual
ity. Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. PHONE 71.
Complete Housekeeping Outfit
COMPLETE DINNER SET (110 pieces) and KITCHEN and TABLE
UTENSILS (83 articles) ; total, 193 nieces all for $27.25. See the win-
dow. Get in early. Fine and useful articles at less titan cost. Only a.'
few sets at this cost.
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
100KinBSt. H0USEH0LDEMP0RIUM. Telephone 240.
MEN'S CLUB FORMED
AT SAINT ANDREWS
At the meeting of thu new Parish
Chili held Inst night In St. Andrew's
Cathedral lift)" men expressed them
selves In favor of forming a Men's
Chili, tho purpose of which should
ho to Impioio the civic nnd economic
conditions of tho chuiph iuid thu
(oiiimunlty us well.
lllshop ItCHtnilck, who presided,
stated that the cl tilt memhers would
In hroiiKht together lino cucr boelul
relationship with each other. Tho
Itov. W. II. Iillss anil L. T. I'eck hoth
spoke encouragingly of tho club nnd
asked the memhers present to work,
untiringly fur tho advancement of thu
organization. Judge Stanley nndyMr,
Wakcllcld spoko of tho man's clubs
In Ireland connected with the church
Tho meeting ended with a social,
during which the ladles of St. An
il low's Guild served refreshments.
CASTOR I A
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nets otlic. These are the telephone
numbers of the Outlet I nojf Ice.,
vill do serious damage to -your
grounds unless they are prepared to
withstand them. A little filling and
grading NOW will save you money. JU. JrVJVtAJi
Consult ns about it. It will pay you. CONTRACTOR. PHONE 890.
.Small Hobble, In describing occur
rences ut kindergarten, was sometimes
Inclined to exaggeration, On such oc
casions a favorite remark of his fath
er's wus: "You would better reduco
that statement to u minimum, Hobble."
Ouo uvcnlng when several aunts and
uncles wero prusent Hohblu's fullier
wus relating, with grent feror. his ex
periences on a recent llBhlug trip Af
tor he had finished, llobblo. assuming
a veiy giavo ami Important air, said
"Better reduco that to u mill mlii
185 editorial rooms 2fG busi
ness office. These are the'tjephqna
numbers of the Bulletin office.
We linvc just opened up our Spring line of Trimmings
they comprise many very beautiful novelties.
ALL0VER EMBROIDERY, with Edgings and Inscr
tions to match, in Swiss, Nainsook, and Muslin.
LACE.ALLOVERS, in White, Black, and Cream. Orien
tal, Fillet, and Applique.
HEAVY LACE BAND TRIMMING, in White, Cream,
Black, Navy, and Brown.
We have also just received a line of 27-in. BLACK
WATERPROOF SILKS, 75c, $1, ?1.25 per yard.