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RVnNINO timiETtN, HONOMU.U, T. II, MONDAY, MAIICII 20. 1000
Rom Croix Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree
All visiting members ot the
Ordor are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMOilx LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. J.
Meets evciy Monday evening it
7:80 In I. O. O P Hall, fort Street
B. n. HENDIII, Secretary.
V. D WICKK. N. a.
All visiting Brothers very cordially
OflUU L0D0E. No. 1, K. of P.
MJU every Onit and third Frl
Jay evening ot 7:30 tn K. ot 1. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
l It Nl GENT. C C.
H GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU L0D0E G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, D. P. O.
G., will tn't In tniilr lull on King
nr Fort Street every Friday even
By ord ot the U. II..
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. U MclNURNY, E. It.
- 7a. St'KINLEY L0DOE No.8, K.cfP.
' McSts every 2nd and Itli Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock lu K. ot 1'.
Rail, cor. rort nnd Ileretanla. Visiting-
brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Mconnw, c. c.
n. A. JACODSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AEKIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
gglJDAY evenings of oach month at
. 7: SB o'clock la IC. of P. Hull, corner
' Barutanla and Fort streets.
; Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
lud. ' W JI. McCOY, V , Trent.
1 H. T. MDOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of ench month ot Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
C5EO SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of II.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your praer for n bos
of Lchnhardl's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sh:ots.
AMERIOAH-HAWAIUN PAPBB &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen bts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. Ueorge G. Guild, Gea. Mgr.
Purest Flavor KiRuest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure
. COIITl'ACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kins St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
.etc., manufactured by tho Ilullolln
ALL KINDS AT
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
PLAY 4 MINUTES
PLAY 4 MINUTES.
Call and hear them. An
expensive attachment for
an; Edison Phonograph but
the Gem will play them.
U written on aver? piece ol
"1835" Silverware wa nil.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Oar giaranfa coei wltk
J. A. R. Yieira & Co.
118 HOTEL STREET
Beautiful ModeLs Received by
BOTTON BLDO., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathinr on the Btath."
Meals At All Hours.
vVINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS,
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water aad Assorted
Soda Watai, delivered to oMe and
residencs, RIN9UP 7,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1283 Miller St M. R. DB 81
ilTPM i:l.. 'U
Meals and Short Orlecsat All Tinas
of the Day and Nixht. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
B. Wm. WARHAM. Pro
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KINO ST.
rba Best Whiskey on the Markit
TJHOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 340. P. 0. BOX 753
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply fo.,L.d,'
031 FORT ST.
L0C1L AND 8ENER4L
Tan Rood autobaok. Phone 8,
Hcnator J, I), Parle of Konn, Hawaii,
will 1)0 n tninger In the Mauna l,ua.
C A. tlrahiitn, well known locally, Is
letunilng to the Btnto In tho Chlyo
No better lunche are to bo had in
town than those served at tho Royal
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Magoon are
booked to leavo In tho Maunn-Loa to
morrow Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Uanfg. Co., foi
I." yon ore looking tor any ot yout
friends go to the "Two Jaeka" and
jou'll nod them
Worn ft III hold n special salo of
sheets nnd sheeting, pillow cases and
pillow casing beginning Thursda),
The case of Ah Hoy vs. Dr Itnyniond
Is ailll being nrgued before Judgo llj
Dolt hud a Jury of twelve. It may fin
John Armstrong, director of the
Chartered Hank of Hongkong, Is anion,,
the passengers passing through In tho
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B n 1
1 e t i n bfflee.
J. A McOuIro of Hawaii, who camo
down last week In the Manna l.oa,
villi leave for his homo tomorrow on
the same steamer
What about your hat! It's time It
was seen Jo. Call on Hie Expert Hat
Cleaners, Work guaranteed. Fort
61. opp, Club Btables.
Judgo A. 8. Lanier ot Hongkong Is
returning to the plates. He arrived
today In the Chlyo Maru and will con
tinue his trip tomorrow.
Commander M. Johnson, formerly
Captain of tho I). S. S. Galveston, sta-
tloned iu Manllu, Is among tho through
passengers In tho Japanese liner Chlyo
The damago suit brought by Judge
Humphreys on behalf ot J. Uorgcs,
ugalnBt thd chief of detectives, Deputy
Sheriff Rose and Detective 'Mcdolros,
will be heard this afternoon.
Hon. M. Nngal, tho now Japanese
Consul General In 8an Francisco, Is a
through passenger In the Chlyo Maru
which arrived this morning from Yoko
hama, Ho Is accompanied by Mrs.
Attorney F. E. Thompson obtained
a verdict of $75.70 In Judge Lindsay's
court this morning. Tho action wa
Lrought by Thompson as assignee of a
debt contracted by A. Kims, with the
Supply Company on Fort street.
Supervisor Aylett stated this morn
ing that John Aylett. who was arrest
ed and sent to Jail last week for steal
ing shoes, Is In no way connected with
Ills family. Tho accused Is a Chinese,
but ho was raised by a Hawaiian fain
lly In Ewa. His truo name, according
to Supervisor Aylett Is Darnard Pauke
lanl. Elizabeth Martens Is suing her hus
band Ernest Martens for divorco on
tho ground of desertion. Tho couple
were married at Olaa In 1902. Tho do
fendant Is now supposed to bo in Ger
many, where ho Is reported to be doing
well. Thcro Is one child by the mar
riage, a girl, and tho mother wishes to
hae custody of it.
In tho assumpsit matter of Harry T
Mills ys. John W. Cathcart, James
Dlckncll, as Auditor of tho City nnd
County of Honolulu, garnishee, tho Su
preme Court this morning banded
down a decision reversing tho Judg
ment of tho District Court and remand
ing tho case. The appeal was taken
from a decision quashing tho garnlsheo
process upon the ground that tho court
was without Jurisdiction to issuo tho
Remnant sale at Whitney & Marsh's
on Thursday next.
' Aro you 'furnishing that frojit room?
See tho Coyne Furnlturo Co. about It
Thejo wqs a big crowd at Sachs' to-
day to tako advantage of the many
special values onrcred in tnelr Easter
opening In mlllnery, Easter gowns,
and laces and embroideries.'
There Is no condensed milk made
today that Is so good In purity, qual
ity, or flavor as Sunnyslde Mlk. And
It costs less than any other milk.
Your grocer should have It. '
Oat & Mossman have a very hand
some. lno of pocketbooks and purses
In tan, russet, and black. Ladles'
gold pens with pearl handles very
elegant. Fancy Ink-stands. 7C Mer
chant street, near P. O,
Robert Louis Stevenson appointed
Scrlbno.-B to Issue the only author
ized, complete collection of his
books, the famous Thistle edition.
Drown & Lyon Co., Alakea and Mer
chant streets, aro sole agents.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Atiana Co,,
62 S. KING ST. FH0NE 025,
TEE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
in smwi CASE
BAN FIIANCI8CO. Cat,, March 28.--Tho safe of President Calhoun
of tho United Railroads was, drilled I
authorities, under tho power of u so
Attorney. A search was being mad
trlct Attorney's ofllco lu connection
Ing incrlmlnntlng was found In Hi
Another arrest in connection w
ments lias been made, Frank J. Mut
ceiving stolen property,
BAN KJIANCISCCy Cal March
cecrctary to Dctcrtlvo Hums, hnvo b
Important graft documents from tho
The ounces of tin) Unl(ed Hall
authority of a search wnrrant, and
Win, Abbott were arrested
MANILA, P. I., March 28. I)6clor Clegg of tho Ilurcatl of Science
announces Hint he has succeeded In
has prepared n leprosy vaccine. He
periments io test nis uisroveries,
GOVERNOR C0SGR0VE DEAD
PASO HOIILES. Cal March 28. Governor Cosgrovo of Wnsjilngton
died bora today from Drlght'a disease. J
m i i i m
ALEXANDER IS CROWN PRINCE
tlELGItADn, Servla, March 27. The King has accepted the resig
nation of tho Crojvn Prince. A
DEt.aitADE, Bervln, March 28. The Servian Assembly hns approv
ed of the renunciation of his right to the succeuslon by l'rlnto Ucorgc,
the Crown Prince, nnd has declared Itself In favor of the appointment
of Prince Alexander, the second son of tho first ruler, as tho heir to tho
TROUBLE WITH INDIANS
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., March 27. In a battle with Cnek In
dians three officers were killed. Mllltla has been called out,
aUTHUIE, Okln , March 28.
ot one hundred Creek Indians nnd
Is expected to take place.
MOTHER'S HORRIBLE DEED
DES MOINES, Iowa, March 27. Mrs. J. Lynch, while despondent,
cut the throats of her d-weeks-old baby ami of her son and daughter,
aged three and four, and her own throat. Sho had already set lire to the
house, and her body was incinerated. T
FIRST WOMAN ELECTROCUTED
AUIIUIIN N. Y., March 27. Mary Farmer, the Lonvjcled murderess,
will die In the olcctrif chair on Monday,
LONDON, Eng., March 27. An
trouble is near.
i Continued from Pa 11
cept the position If It wore offered to'mnny Onhu members,
John l'.ano Is nnother for whom
certain Interests are lobbying, but
te support of tho one who Is most turo. according to tho provisions of
actlye In tho buttonholing of mem-Hlio Organic Act, cannot control the
bcra of the Senate is not llablo to' appointments of tie Executive Hut
bo of much assistance to him. Governor Frcar says thai It Is his
Dr. Va)son'a term expires In n'
short time. Whether bo will be ro-
appointed Is another matter for con-
There are a considerable number
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uo iiiuuo u iiiu uuvcrnur, iuciiiiiiiik
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two members of the License Commls-
slon and several of tho Hoard of Edu-
na,t.!.0.n,,,.Th,6 " T' whl,chlr?c!n.l,ly guiar ports of call tomorrow after
passed the Legislature and which the Q.cX
Governor has signed, requires that mr ,.
Hawaii and Oahu have each two AT NOON TOMORItOW the steam
members of the Hoard, Maul one, and ers Mauna Kea nnd Mnunn I.oa will
Kauai one. This, If Its provisions leave for Maul and Hawaii porta.
I Tsssli i jfMlisssssI
nto and forced open today by the
arch warrant Issued by tho Dlltttct
e for documents stolen from the Din
will) thn ginft prosecutions. Nollf
Ith the illsappenrnnce of these docu
pliy being taken on u charge of re
27. Five men, ono of tlicm private
eon nrrcsled for conspiracy to steal
office of the District Attorney,
roads were searched tonight under
l.uthcr Drown nnd Clalmit Agunt
cultivating tho leprosy bacillus and
proposes to carry on n series of ex
A forio of mllltla Is farliig u body
negroes, who have revolted. A lint tin
amicable settlement of tho HalUan
are carried out, means that four va
cancies on tho Hoard must be created
I by the resignation or removal of ns
I Unless tho Governor choso to pay
I'ced to the provisions of the Act, It
would bo ineffective, for the Legisla
Policy to conform as closely as pos-
'blo to tho expressed wishes of tho
Legislature, and ho will therefore try
to mnko his appointments according
, . nli.ir,.,n VrQTI'inAV ..,,.-
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log fi om Moloknl, tho Mlknhala
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IN FOREIGN POIU8 ABRIVCD I
Monday, March 29.
HAN KftANCISCO-Salldd Mar. 28
Si. John Kna, for llllo,
BAN KltANCISCO-Bnlled Mar. 27.
8. 8.. Enterpriso for llllo.
HEATTI.H-Atrhod ,Mur. 28
!. B. Mexlcin. from Han Francisco.
OAVIOfA Arrlveil'Mar. VJ:
Hchr. M. I). Chllrott. hence Mar. 10.
Till: UNITED BTATES Army trims
oit Hhcrldan, duo to nrrho from Mn-
ulln via Nagasaki, hns plenty of ne-
cojuinoilutlnu lu tin) rihlii. Sho will
tako about- twentv paswngms hum
hero , for tho mainland. ..,
3120 HAGS OF SUGAR ami K!l2
bugs of rlui weic hiiiught from Kn-
mugiii irom Kn-
leh nrrieil fioni
mil jeatenlay by the Xooa,u.
THE KINAU, which
Kntuil Init Haturday, will sail at
o'clock tomorrow afternoon
NEW THEATER AND Ml I
ON HOTfL STREET SITE
I'm I j thousand iIiiIIhih are to bu
expended on u rate and theater build
ing on the site of the New England
Dnkery. Tin) Cone) Island, iilieiun
hnH been abandoned and the new
Idea substituted,- ' The Hawaiian
Trust Company nnd other lni.nl capi
tal Is roucerncd In the enterprise.
Zeno K. M)ers staled )tiiteiday
that the block on which the build
ings Mill be erected Is 1211 by 120,
and Is part of the Aldrlch estate. II
a license can be obtained, Ihu whole
frAntage 'will be occupied by a cafe
of the Zlnklnud !pe, nnd refienb-
metils of all Muds will be on silo.
Till structure will have a eniiop)
loot. Five hundred lueaudesreut
lamps will light the front, whtih will
be of metal and Spnnhdi IIIim.
Dchliid the lentniu.int will ho n
flue theater, also with a canop) roof.
Thcro will be seating accommodation
for 7G0 people. On Hie niiiiu floor
will bo ralhed boxes which altogether
will sent 300 people. In the fojer
wjlljie candy, soda, uinl clgnr booths.
The whole place will bo 'thoroughly
up to date, nnd should be a great ad
dition to the nttraellons of the city.
(Continued from Pase 1)
Commoice henceforth will not place
any udvertlsemctilH, except lu estab
lished publications, until this tom
mltteo has liutlg.iled and Hindu a
favorable repoit. Thus there will bo
unanimity of notion nmoag tho busi
ness men composing tho Chamber.
"This committee will really be n
protection to bona tide, local publica
tions," Bald Wood this morning, "The
wildcat Hellenics which spring up
from time to tfmc will receive scant
encouragement,- while newspapers
and such other- mediums us huvo boon
found satisfactory, will iccelvo the
recognition they ilescrAo."
The Idea of having a committee ol
tho Chamber pass upon all new ad
vertising propositions that are of
fered, meets with the approval of the
ineinbeiH, many .of whom have. In
times past, paid out considerable
money In tho purehnso of advertis
ing space, later found to bo woith
less or worse.
Whenever a solicitor for somo new
publicity scheme npprnuchrs n mem
ber )t tho Chamber, ho will be re
ferred, politely ,but llrmly, to the
- fy- :,
Holiday, March 2.
Htmr. Noenn, Pllli, from Nawlllwill.
Htmr. Mlknhala, from Mulnknl nnd
Maul Kirt, 1.29 a. in.
Htmr Nllhiiu, Oiiuhi, from Kiikul
lidele, 4 20 n. m. i . - V
'Am schr. II, 'O. Blade, from (Iruja
llnrlior, 3 p, lu,
Monday, March 2J.
T. K K. B. H. Ghljo Maru, froiu Vo
S S Chlo Maru, (licMie, for H.m
FiiuicIhoo. 8 a. in. . t
Htmr. Muiinit Kea. Freeman, .for
Maul and ll.iwnll, vi noon.
Htmr. Mnim.i Urn, Rltiioihon. for
.ti.iui ami Hawaii, n noon.
I Biiur. Nllhau, Owness, fill; Malm-
Ikfiiia, 12 noo'i. ' ,
' Ktmr. Mlknhala, Peilprwinfcir
M.uil nnd Hawaii. 12 noon.
K'nunl, ft p. in,
Hlinr. Kln.iu,' (liogory. fur Kml.tl, .1
Htmr. ICo An Hon, for Kauai. ." p. lit-
Per T. K. K. H, B. Chl)o Mam. front
Yokohama, March 2H. Fioni Hong
kong' John Armstrong, Mis. M It.
Otlmle. Miss H. Cnmlo, Win. I). Ilmw
ry. Capt. !l, Tl. Tola, Coindr, M. .luliiis
inn. II. H. N., .ludgii A. S l.inler. Mm.
A B. l-atilor. Win. 1) .Sullivan. V H. N.
I'liim Hliaiiglial: II. E. Heacock, Mrs.
11 II Hammond, Mm. M. H. Hodgson,
Miss G C, HmlgsiMi. Pinni Kobe: E
Maul vara. 1 Itnnn. K. Kaknda. E. Ta
u.ibo, K. Tanaku. B. Ynni.tu.iku. From
Yokohnmn: Mrs. G. It. Allen. ('.. .V.
Hurlels, .1. M. Galloway, C!. A. (Iriliam,
1' ('. .Incline. M. Ktiwumtirn, K. Kama
da, Mia. Y, Kauoko, Y. Knucko, K.
iUshl. .Mrs. K. Kb III and mall, Mlis I.
Klelil. I). A. I.awson. I). MlyivJIma, I'ou--.ml
Gencnil M. Nngal, Jrs. M. Nagal
mil 2 son Jilts, A. Oknui.i, G. Oliail.i.
Mil G, Okada mid maid, Master It.
O'tada. .1. II. Okie, Mrs. J. II. Okie. Mian
ol t'lalro Okie, It: Hlilhukuwn, -I. M.
Stick, Mis. J. M. Stick. Master (I. M.
Sikfc. C. II. Tow pa. N, Kokiibcnko, B.
FuJImura, Y. Illg-iml, Mis. II, Iuiikal,
Mrs. J. Mlkntn. I. Ohta, MrH. I. Ohti,
Mrs, c. Akobnsbl, Alastcr I. Anil, Chin
Kihiii C'huw, Rov. V. V. Field. Mrs. I'.
. Hold, JllfS E. L. Field. Master f.
S. I'h'ld, M. Fiiruta. MlH. M. Fiiiuta.
Master V. Fiiruta, Chaa. Jordou. Rev.
Win It. Smith, Mrs. Wm. R. Smith.
Master J. W, Smith. Mis. H, Ulsuml,
Ults M. Ulkliml. Miss llesslq M, Yoiin,
Master D. Fiirutn, Mies Y. Fiiruta. Mat
ter II.- I'uriiLa. Master I, Fiiruta, Kl KiiV
Jin. II. lllrul, M. Kawasaki, 11. Yiimly.i,
II Kislil, 11. Yukt.
Per stmr. Mlkalinla, from Molokal
and Maul pints, March 2S. Rev. F. H.
getidilur, (I. II. Purd), C. II. llartnoll.
Per itmr. Nocau, from Nawillwlll.
March 28 T. Rawlins, Yip Git You,
.ml blx dock.
Per btmr. Mauna Uia, Slmerson, for
Maul nnd Hawaii, Maul 3D. 12 in. C
L. Ileal, D. II. Maconnchlu. L. Mucfar
lano. F. O. Hoyur. It. Hind, F, 0.
Bchonibtrlii. It. Ilowln, W. II. (!ie:i
well, J. A. KicGulru. .1. I). Paris mi I
son J. A. Ma-toon nnd wife. J. P. Men
THE STEAMER N1IHAU brought
3S1 bags of sugar for Sihuefer &
Co. nnd 30 head of initio for tho
Metiiijiolltan Meat Co.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cydo
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Twine fit. opivnV South St
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