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All vlaltlug Drutlieia voiy cordlallj
OAHU LODOE, Ho 1, K, of P.
Mu ovtry Out fthil third Fri
lly iiUig ul 7. UK in K. of 1. Hall,
cuiuei Fcrt and llerolunln. Vtitttug
bruioar cordially Invited to nttoud
r it. ni;gi:nt. c. i
11. GOSLING. K. 11. 8.
HONOLULU LODGEC10, B. P. 0. E.
Horn Iu.'j lodge Nn. 010, U. 1'. O.
O, will nni in Melr hall ou King
mar Fort Btieet every Fiidny even
Ins. Hy order ot tbe B. II.;
IIBNUY 0. EAUTON.
WM. 11 MclNKKNY. E. It.
Wa K'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.oft.
-MmU every iud and lib Satuidsy
evoalog'at T:S0-oilu-k In K. ot VA
(lull, car. Port anil Uerotnnln Mill
teg brntbera cordl'illy luvlted to at
tend. v. u. Mconnw, c c.
II A. JACUUSU.N, K. ft. S.
HONOLULU AEItlE 140, V. 0. E.
lleutji on tlin 2nd nr.il 4th WED-
NJSSDA.Yvoveutngs'of each month al
7s to o'clock lu K. of P. 1111, corner
Otratatita and Port streets.
' VUltlng Gagles are linlted to a-
W. L. FIlAiSHB. V., 1'rcst.
II. T. MOOItU. iiecy.
M ILiVAIIAN TKIBEIIo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
JlooU CTciy lint nml thud Thura
dnya of each tnoi.th ot Knight ot
Pythias Hall. VlslUnc brothers cor
dlclly Invited to attond.
OKO. SNI)CIlSON, Sachem
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
e ir B.TirrTi ny.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and FKICES TO SUIT EVEHY
Loavc your omcr for a boi:
of Lshnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Cornsr Kine sud Fort Streets.
All k.nds in rolls and. shiels.
AMERICAN -HAWAIIAN PAPJffi 4
SUFPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen fats., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild. Gen. Mrt.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pur:.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Oflkc: Honolulu Painting Co., 231
Kin? St.; P. 0. Box 014.
IlJnnlt hooks of all sorts, lodgers,
etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin
LOOK TO THE H
B HEALTH OF
We loll you a
plant food that
ndds lLfo nnd vig
or to Fcrni, Vio
and dross. This is
not an experiment
but a tried and
Hotel 4 Fort-Sts.
HOTEL NEAB UNION.
is 'written on every piece oi
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our iruarantei noes witk
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREBT
At a Discount
are jutt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap pries. When
( do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Dui'dlnc Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BO'JTON BLDG., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mi s. E.M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathinc on the Beach.''
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQU0R8, AND CIGARS
W. 0. BEEGIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St.
M. E. DE 8A
185 editorial rooms 350 btial
nesi office. These are the telephone
numbere of the Bulletin office.
B Hotel 4 Fort-Sts.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let tlma, dutt and cockroach
deetroy the value of unusual furni
ture; let a Bulletin Want Ad nil
them for you.
A clean city mean a healthy city.
Met yonr friend at Eoyal AnneJt.
1:. II WoilchoiiBe' will lonvu at 5
o'clock thla RftrrmNiti In the ClAttdltxi.
Take your currlaga or automobile
to Hawaiian Currlago lUntg. Co., tor
1." yoa are looking for any of your
friends go to the "Two Jnclu" and
ou'll nnd them.
S M Knnaknnul of thv Territorial
Survey Department haa biKikud to null
today In the Clauillno.
Several cobi-h were remanded until
Mnrch 1C nnd n few others till to-
moriow In the District Court.
At the I'ollcc Court thin mornliiK
l'ak Tnl YonK waa given ninety
itajaNm the reef hy Judge Tung, for
A M. Nowell, who arrived from
Maul nhout three weeks ago, will ile
imrtthls afternoon, sailing lu the
V Ollvlern and J. Cravnlho, two
ouths, were this morning Rent to
the Ileform School. The boH wero
iiccuu'd of stealing a bicycle.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
thli morning! If not. wby not!
The rain wag very heavy out Vv'ulkl
kt way latt night, and nlthough a few
of the real surfing (lends took n dip
thero iu not much dune In the bath
The wet weather Is Interfering
with moat of the tennis and other
Bports arranged for the vlaltlng Na
val men, but an Boon as the rain quits
there will be a gay time. i
Tour drunks - Maku, liaison,
Dodge, and Hansakn wero fined 3
each by Judge I-ong this morning.
The Second District Magistrate let
the Inebrlntes off easily this time.
II. W, Schmidt, who nerved as a
Senator. In tho Republic of Hawaii
from 1805 to 1S98 when Holeteln was
a Senator from Hawaii, was a visitor
at the session of the House this morn
Ing. He was accorded the prlvllego of
tho floor by the Speaker.
Orcat sale of coitumea at Whitney
& Marsh's sale on Monday
Tho officers elected to servo for the
ensuing year In tho Kohala Ditch Co.,
Ltd., aro published lu this Issuo.
The combination lunch and dinner
at tho Alexander Young Cafe place the
flue service, appointments, and cuslne
of Honolulu's best cafe at your order
at popular prices.
Henry May & Co., Ltd., haro a large
stock of salt, Bnioked and canned Ash
of every variety for the Lenten sea
son. No need of sameness ill tho
meals. Phono 22.
Host dry and seasoned algaroba and
ohla ctovo wood, cut In convenient
lengths, and One coal delivered orornDt
ly by the Unlon-Paclflc Transfer Co.,
122-126 King St., Phono S3.
Fancy fabrics In rather lively colors
are Among the, now things In Hart,
SchatTner & Marx suits this soason
Thorn aro many handsome, thlngk
among them. Sco them at Sllva's Tog
gery. Drlng your film and plate troubles to
ub, aud we will gladly show you how
to avoid thorn. Wo will explain print
ing and developing to you so that you
may got the best results. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
A poorly-constructod safe Is worse
than nono at all. When you w,ant a
safe that will protoct your valuable
paper., cash, etc., come nnd see nut
Hall's Safes. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
A new line of Oriental embroidered
goods In shift waist patterns, ladles'
suits, table center pieces and dollies
has Jusit been put on salo at Yco Cliau
& Co.'b Btoro, cocoer King and, llethcl
streets. Their lluo of Pnngeo silks
and grass linens comprises nearly ev
erything you would want in the way
of colors and weights.
WOMEN PLEAD FOR VOTES
Albany, N. Y Feb. 20. Women
from various sections of tho State
are expected Jo be present at the
joint hoarlngpn Wednesday before
the Judiciary Committee ot tbe Sen
ate and Assembly on the bill propos
ing an amendment to the Constitu
tion to permit women to vote. Her.
Anna F. Shaw will make an address.
THE CLAUDINE will sail this af-
tornoon for Maul and llllo. Sho will
return on Thursday, bringing large
shipment of sugar from tho Maul
A Most Excellent Aiiortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE MS,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
MAYOR HARPER QUITS
IX)S ANtir.I.KH, Calif March 1 1 Mayor Harper, for whose recall"
n special election Is In bu held, hns roclgneil, nml withdrawn bis rundldnry
for reelection Ills resignation wns deniumled hy Hie newspapers for un
publlahuble reasons personal to hint
CHICAGO, III . March 11 -Am n lesult of Judge Anderson's ruling In
teg.ird to evidence ndmlEslulc In Hi- $2,uuu,0UU. Standard Oil line case
the Government has abamluned all Standard Oil piosi-i-utlons except two.
ST0LYFIN !S SICK
ST. I'KTKItSlltMUl, ItusEla, Mnrst
Stolypln Kucreeded Du Wllle ns (tin head of the Czar's Ministry, and
It Is he who has can led on the Czar's fight with the Duma, and has re
duced Hint body to practical hnrmluisncxs.
w I i s
TO CHANGE INAUGURATION DAY
WASHINGTON, I) C, March II The first measure to be Introduced
In tho Slxty-llrst Congress will be one changing the date of Inauguration
to April 30. '
m i i i m
DIRECT PRIMARY PASSED
SACIIAMKNTO. Calif , March I 1 The Assembly, having passed the
direct primary law. will probably adjourn on the mill.
. m i i i m
COLORADO SI'HINOS, Colo., March 11. Twentjseven
snow has fallen here In the pabt twenty-four hours, '
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lb niitural fore. I lu lil.-li Ike vivwlllvn uroiind. nrr rl
MASON AT SIGHT
Honor By Frater-
nlty of Ohio
Cincinnati. O., Feb IS President
elect Tnfl Is a Master Mason. The Im
presslve ceremony which brought him
that distinction oaay was conducted
by Chhrles S. Hncklnson, Ohio Grand
Master. The highest Masonic author
Ity of Becnteou Stater wltncssoil
Taft's admission Into tho order, ns did
hlso tho members of Kttwlnnlng
1-odge, of which tho father 'of the
President-elect wns a member and In
which Charles P. Tart wns Inducted
under the auspices of his father. Scot
tish Itlto Cathedral wns tlio scene ot
the ceremonies. The procedure, which
culminated lu tho 'declaration hat
Tatt was a Mason, occupied thirty-five
1 1. MlnlMer Stolypln hnltKally
INCHES OF SNOW
The experience of being declnrcd a
.Macon at sight was not ended with the
afternoon session ot the Grand Lodge
Tnft witnessed during the evening the
regular form of initiation ot a member
thu ceremony being conducted by
Worshlprul Muster 1). M, Patlnn ot
Kltu Inning Lodgo ou C.iud'date Frank
II. Hcltinan. between the two ses
tlons of the lodgo thero' was a rccep
Hon for Masonic brethren nl tho C. P.
Tuft icsldencc, mid rnnc'udlng tho
ceremonies thero wuh n brilliant ball
at tho Alma Hotel,
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that eczema sufferers
ask the Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
what reports It Is getting from tho pa
tients who havo used tho oil of winter-
green liquid coniH)iiud, D. 1). I). Pre
scription. Chum of Edna Wnllacu Hopper
Drown to wed tho partner of latter's
Colonel Cooper testifier ns to kllllug
of Cnrmack and denies to distort facts
J. II. McCarthy collects damages to
his machine from n chauffeur ut the
point of n rovnhcr.
and Smoked Fish
of every variety in tins
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, March 12.
(AN ntA.xciftL.O OHlied March II
S. H. Virginian, for Seallhi.
" TIlC PACIFIC MAIL llnor Clihu . Bltnr. Clnmllnu. Ilennott. for Maul
fill nnlve fro.ii tho Orient next Tuns- and llllo, 5 p. m.
:iy morning with 700 tons of freight M- n..or,u 1
ir thla port.. According to mhlccs r.l 1 DUE TOMORROW
.elved hy-Hackfehl & Co.. tho local j ' (j, s a. T. Logan, from San I'rau
neiita, she will take" iiboul thirty-five clscii, n. m. '
liasEei'goi-s from hero for the nrilu
WOT RUMOR CALLS
Evidently dissatisfied with his l;nu
kail or shelter, u horse owned by
FreiL K. Mnklno, president of thu
Japanese High-Wage Association,
btoko loose from his stand nnd mnilc
a clirult of the principal streets ot
Honolulu ut noon today.
The horse, tied to nn nlgeroba tree
on Pnuahl stieet, maiikii ot Love's
llnkery, wns eating his lunch, whdi
suddenly he raised his eaiH and
commenced to tug at hlu ttc-iopa.
Ilrenklng from his moorings, tho
animal made ii whli lwluil dash up
Niniami street. He then turned up
Chaplain lane mid o lilo lleretanhi,
down on AlaKen, then along King to
Aula Park, where hu eluded mound
juil bark on King street again, thruco
up to Nuitami street to his old stand
on Pnuahl, where he kicked to
pieces the buggy, which nil the time
had been rattling behind him.
The animal, on arriving ut hU
ntund, quieted down nml allowed him
self once more p be tied lo the alga
Patrolman Meek, riding a black
horse, and tho members of tho detec
tive force under Asrlstunt Chief Ma
deira then arrived on the scene, a re
port having gone Into the pollct tla
tlon that n riot was In progress.
MANY HONOR HEAD
OF EASTERN STAR
A visit of respect wnS paid Ihls
morning to Most Wot thy Grand Mut
ion Washburn, Order of the Eastern
Slar. nt the homo of Mr nnd Mrs. W.
L. Howard o1; Ilcretanla street, hv
the foilnwlng lepresentalhes of loe.il
Masonic bodies; W. T. Haw Huh. Wor
shlpful Master, Hawaiian Lodge, No
21; II. II. Ilemroue, Worshipful Mas
ter, Oceanic Lodge, No. 371; K. II
Paris, Illght Worshipful Mnater, Pa
cific Lodgo, No. 822; W. II. (loetz. Em
inent Commander, Honolulu Cnnimnud
cry. No. 1, K. T.; C. F. Murray, High
Priest, Honolulu Chapter, No. 1, It. A.
M.; J. 1). Tucker, Inspector 49th Dis
trict; C. G. Dockus, III. Potentate, Alo
ha Temple. Mrs. Howard Intioduced
tho party to Most Worthy Grand Mat
ron Mrs. E. S. Washburn: Mrs, Jen
nle E Mathews, Past Most Worth
Grand Matron ; Mrs. Jenulo Kule, Past
Grand Matron of Iowa; Mrs. Abide. E
Krobs, Past Grand Matron ot Califor
nia; Miss Juanlta Hulfer. San Joso.
Cab; Miss .Georgia Smith, Han Jure
Mrs. Washburn, tho head of the
Order, holds sway over 400,000 mem
hers In nil parts of tho v.'otH. Houo
lulu hns been signally honored by the
visit of theso prominent people, as thU
Is thlo first time tho head or tho Order
of tho Eastern Slur has ever loft the
mainland. Tho visitors will return to
their homes In the next Alamtdu,
I inurrnay .Miircn n.
j Ilk. Andrew Welch. Kelly, for San
I Francisco, 7:20 u ni.
I PAaSENQEHS BOOKED
or stmr. ( la.idlno for Maul nnd
tlllo, Mnr. 12. A. Hartley. Mrs. A.
'Ilaitlev. J. A. rainier. A M. Nowell
-ml rhlld Mrs. W. K. Nntitiiiu. Miss I.
Naufal ii S. K. Kaknnnnul, .1. II. liar
ion, W. W. fi'TOiilple II. II Wodehous'i.
Mlsx I'. 1'. Mist. Mrs. A A. Martin-
j Mm, K II. Ilallty, K. II. Cnrlcy, I).
Miirkhr-ni. Ilcv. C 1'. Hong
PLAN TO WELCOME
Jap-mcso Consul-General Uyeno held
u eousiiltntloii last night in he Consul
ate-General with ten prominent Japan
ese, and discussed plans for entertain
ing Admiral IchlJI, nnd the uflleers and
men of the Japanese warhhlps, duo
hero April I,
Another meeting will he held nex
Solidity night, nt 7 o'clock In the Jap
anese School ou Nuiianti street, to ai
innge for receptions mid entertain
iiieiits during Hie ten days that tho
wui ships will hu In this port.
Uyeno stated this morning that ho
wants to hear from the local Japanese
tegjrdlng tho entertainments and re
ceptions given Admiral Tomtoka and
the officers ot the Japanese squadron,
which visited hero some time ago, that
he may lay his plans accordingly. He
will bu able to give out coniplelo lu
loriuntioii after next Sunday.
SESSION OF HOUSE
The afternoon session of the House
wns the shoitest In Severn! sessions,
lasting only twciity minutes. Thero
una no business on the Speaker's ta
ttle, and lifter three reports of com
inittecj had been presented nnd read,
and ono Binnll resolution Introduced,
the House, ran out of work. Where
upon nt 12:20 Ixmg moved Hint the
Tho Mlaiellaneous Commltteo roe
itiiliieuded the table of House Hill 82.
unending the Municipal Act, by giv
ing tho Deputy Shcilft ot Honolulu
power to appoint police olllcers.
"It Is best for tho administration
ir the police a fta Irs of the City nml
County of Honolulu," read the report,
"to leave tho uppolntmcnt of nil po
lice ulllccis, as ut present, under the
Sheriff himself, nnd not under tho
Deputy Shorirf, us contemplated by
this Act. The Sheriff is responsible
lo the people for tho proper conduct
jf tho police department; ho Is liable
'or the (initial acts and defaults of
'lis deputies, nnd responsible for them
jii his official bond." Carley moved
the adoption of the report. Furtudo
.vniited It tabled, but tho report was
adopted, tabling the bill.
The Flnunie Commltteo recomincii
led that Kinney's Income tnx bill. No.
76, ho indefinitely postponed ou tho
giound tlia tit did not seem to pre
sent an Improved method of tnxu
tlon. The leport was adopted mid
tho hill Indefinitely postponed.
Kealnwna presented n resolution
ailing for the opening up for home
itcad purposes of tho public lands
known us Wulukca, In South llllo.
not under cultivation In sugar emiu
by tho WUIukca Plantation Co,
HONOLULU WEATHER f
I . ..
-Uiliuil 1, JUUU.
Temperatures G n. in., 01 j 8 n.
m CI; 10 u. m 07; noon, 0C; morn
ing minimum, CO.
Ihironietcr. 8 n. m SO.OC; nbsolutu
humidity, 8 a. in.. 5.9711 grains per
cubic foot; lelntlve humidity, 8 n.m..
91 per cent.; dew point, 8 a. in., CI.
Wind 0 n. in., velocity 12, direc
tion N; 8 n. m., velocity C, direction
SV; 10 u. in., velocity C. direction K;
noon, velocity 3, direction N.
Italnfnll during 21 hours ended
8 n. m ,C2 Inch.
Total wind movemont during 21
hours ended at noin, 300 miles.
THE SCHOONER Concord, which
went down to tho South Sen IbIiiiiiIs.
will return with n cirgo (,f guano froni
Palmyra Island. Captain Miller stat
ed yesterday that tho Pacific Guano
and Fertilizer Company had chartered
her for that purpose.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-0yc.
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opo1 South fit, j
,.: )Lm . , 1 1 toALfaft