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EVENING BBltHTlN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1000
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I WEEKLY CAIEKDAR
Leahi Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Perfection Regular 7:30 p. m
Honolulu Chapter Paat Matter
and Most excellent.
Alt visiting members of the
Ordur are cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
tURMOKY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Mels orerr Monday evening at
J :3 In 1. O. O. t' Hall, Tort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. U. WICKK, N. U.
All vUlting brothers rorj cordially
SABU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Ueats every flnt And third Frl-
Uy evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall.
aorntr Tort and Meretaula. Vlsltlug
orethera cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING, K. 11. S.
E0H0LULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. lfl, . P. O.
V.lka, mcetj In tholr hull, on Kins
Street, near Tort, every Friday exil
ing. Visiting Urothcra aru cordlnlly
Uvlted to attend
E. A. DOI'THITT. H. 11.
II. C KASTON, Secy.
vYm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Ut ovcry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
vaulnz at 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1.
Ua.ll, cor. Fort mil1 Ileretanla. VUll
lac brothera cordl'illy Invltod to ai
aettd. T. M. McOREW. C. O.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. It. 3.
C0N0LULD AERIE 140, 7. 0. 1.
Meat on the 2nd dnd 4th WED
NJMDAY evenings of each month t
IH0 o'clock lu K. of P. Hxll, corner
teretanla and Fort streets.
Vlaltlnc Eaglea ara Invltod to at-'
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOP.C. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. II. M.
UieU every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights o
Prthlaa Hall. Vlaltlnc brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
OEO SANDERSON, Bachem.
E. V. TODD. C ot R.
The best asiortment ever
shown in the city. STYLE!
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Lave your order for a boa
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Conur Kin? and Fort Streets.
in.! i' 'girraseT',mrcrgsigyij '-i.mmj w
All kinds in rolls and ibiati.
AKXRIOAN-HAWAIIAH PAPUA 6
BUPPLY CO., LTD. '
Fort and Queen tits., Honolulu.
M, 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Her
ORDER A OATTS BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING ar.d PAINTIEG.
98m: Honolulu Paintins Co., 121
Xing St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Blank bonks of nil sorts, ledgers,
for Magaiines, Newt
papers, and Periodi
Oat & Mossmah,
7G Merchant St. near P. 0'.
MRS. ROSENBERG. Y0UNQ HOTEL
Chas. It. Frazior
hone 371. 188 King 91
WHAT YOU GET IN
gey Quality it uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION.
In Every Home
where there are children,
there ought to be a
And also in every home
where there are no children
only more jo. (
Complete Outfits from $20
to $200 1 and terms are
eaay. Come la and atlc.
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
COR. FORT and MERCHANT 8TS.
BEGINS MAY 1
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
JU8T, AS THE
Listing and Adding
is the xnoet advanced of all,
lead tho modern typewriters.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Ltd;, . '
LOCAL AND GLNHW1L
Mf The most pfeVaant way to ask
a malihlnl to occupy an nnfentett
room is to let a Bulletin Want
Ad. do it for you.
Unheard-of bargains at Kerr's.
Ten good nutu. hacka. Pbona I,
Hon. Jiit.'. F. Morgfnh Is Improving.
At. Thttrlow of the ttoal Annas
serjts the finest meals In town. '
It you are looking tor any of your
friends" t'o to the "Two Jacks" auc
jou'll find tbsm. ,
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawnllan Carrlaga Manfg. Co., foi
Curl Sml'tli nays he didn't Bay thu
(loernor nnlil hu would call an extra
session this wlntei
A notlco to .creditors re estate of
Thotnns Rain Walker, deceased, Is pub
lished lu this Issue.
Alexis paper Is carried In all weights
nnd colors by Hawaiian New Co., the
largest paper house In! Hawaii.
The Hoard ot LICouio Commissioners
will hold a meeting nt the Executlvo
Uulldlng oii'.MciikIuj', May 24, nt 4 p, in.
Tfat IniustrUL Xdition, est-th
E-i tnihf ,lTn"llatfn', wratroed
ready for'mailrnf', 90 canta at B u 1
1 e t i n office.
The Harmon Chtirch lll hold ser
vices tomoVroW mornlns at 11 o'clock
nnd at 7:30 In the uvcnlnR. Rev. N.
There has nuvcr been such a satin
factory son leu nn) whore oslho Terri
torial Messenger Scrvlco now renderH.
If you havo a parcel to deliver ring
Never was n rnlo such as U being
conducted at Kerr's this week,
lie prepared for the warm weather
by huvlng an Eddy Refrigerator, thu
imc I lint Raves Ice, nnd food bills. Sold
by Theo. II. t)avpa & Co., Ltd., hard
Wo makp thu finest cake, pies, nnd
pastry of uvery kind fresh every day.
Party orders for ico cream and other
refreshments filled promptly. Alex
ander Young Cafe.
The 25-ynrd swim between Carlos
Osm nnd Cunhn that was to take place
this afternoon has been postponed
until the nttcrnoon of Mny 8, at 4
o'clock at the Hotel' Paths.
Sachs Dry Ootids Co. havo Just
stocked up fully after their spring
house-cleaning, and nra nqw ready
with tho largest and finest assortment
of newest nnd mort fa hlombln goods
In ocry line.
Our tnn Russia double sole Mueller,
bal, mndo fo conform to the U. S
Army Regulations, nnkes a lino com
lilnatlon with tho Rucsln Putt'lu Ix-g
glnB that are worn ,hu much. Manu
factorcrs' Shoe Co., Ltd.
Good goods cheap at Korr's.,
For rent, a houso on runchbowl
helghtH. See ad, this lss'io..
Snlo of ladles' vests In nil grades nt
Whitney & rfarsh's on Monday.
E. O. Hall & Son,. Ltd., hayo Just
received throo. Model "A" Reading,
mananru jy, u. r. motorcycles.
A foreclosure of roortgago ro joe
Morris of Makdwno, Maul, by Richard
Trent ot this city 1b published In this
Whitney & Marsh will clpso out n
few broken lotfc of ladles' vests at rej
duecd prices on Monday, mostly of
Don't neglect to attend tho great
clearance balo at Kerr's, t
Monday begins tho third week of
Jordan's wonderful clcnn-un':Hale. It
Is not often In n city tho site ot Ho-.
nolulu Jhat Interest clings 'so lapg to a
dry goods sale, but tho prices and
quality of tho merchandise wero so
tempting thore has not been a quiet
moment slnco April 12th at the No. id
storo, Next week the firm ,arp quot
ing big reductions in dresa goods'.
Read their chungo of advt. In today's
(Continued From VfZt I)
Kddlo Fernandez during the.
ingn acnooi-Kunnnou game.
Tho pictures hnve been made at
th'o 6xp6nso ot tho Aluifin'I'ABsociu
tln'n and (ha enterprise 'lias been in
chnrgo ot tho officers, H. P. Judd, W.'
T. Rawlins, I.awfcrico IloblnBon, nnd
Mrs. Malroln Mac'lntyra. LaWrence'
Robinson, tho treasurer, Is collecting
subscriptions to meet tho cxponje. .
Tho pictures win bq JirughE 'jinck
irom nenuie nnu win oe piacou ai
tho disposal of tho Trustees of tho
'e ',.' ,T
Bulletin Bn's'iiieis Offloe PhoVe' 25d,
Bulletin Editorial Snom Phone 185,
Expert New York Cutter.
W W. Ahana Co.,
KAPI PLAtN'S, South Africa, April 23. Ex-President Roosevelt nr
rlVed In ciiif'here after riding seventy-nine nilles on the cowcatcher
of an engine.
His caravan, from here will consist of two hundred natives. Mons
were In tho vicinity today.
'T 1 i in
SAN KnANClSCO. Cnl.. Aurll 2 3.
now Wntfono'd In Maine, will, bo reltevpd JunjR SO and will pui:ccil l"
lfonolulu to c'qniniand' the artillery district.
- i en
Advance On Sultan
CONSTANTINOPl.i:, Turkey, April 23. The Salonika division has
advanced fo, within two miles of the Palace. Panic hits oersprend the
city and refugees qre pouring Into the Ilmbasslcs, hut there has been no
The fate of tho Sultan Is doubtful nltliqugh it is believed he will be
WILL RETURN HIM TO HONOLULU
SAN ERANCI8CO, Cul., April 23. Russctof, u fireman aboard the
transport Sheridan, who Is wanted by the Federal authorities of Hono
lulu for smuggling, Is held hero nnd will bo tried before tho Federal
Court of Hawaii. Ha Is under (30 0 bonds.
i ejjei i 01
BREAKING ICE JAM
NIAGARA ""AI.I.S. N. Y.. Aurll 23. Four thousnnd Hounds of ilvn-
nmlte will bo discharged tomorrow in
a pnssago the project will bo abandoned ns useless.
LISBON SHAKEN BY 'QUAKE
I.ISUON, Portugal, April 23. A violent earthquake Bhock was felt
today, but the damnge, which waa slight, was due mainly to fires. No
ono wns killed or Injured.
NBW YORK, N. Y., April 23. rirrtndonbUrg of Snn Frnnclsco
been arrested hero on a warrant chnrgtng him with grand larceny.
PURSER PHIM.IPS of tho Maunn
Ken, which arrived thlt morning from
Hllo nnd way ports reports tho follow
ing sugar on Hawaii, ready fur Khlp
ment: Olaa, 30,284; Wnlukea, 13,000;
Hawaii Mill, 8000; Walnaku. 15.300;
Onomca, 12,000; Pejicekeo, B100; Ho
nomil, 75Q0; Hakalau, 22,353; Uuip.i
hoehoe, 800; Ookaln. 4S00; Kukalaii,
II. 3223. I). 2440; Hnniiikiia. U30U; i'a
auhnii, 3900; Honoknii, 18,000; Kukul
haelo, 8500; Punnluu, 9245; Honinpo,
ajr-'Tor Rent eerrfe on sale at
the Bulletin etwne.
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Too much cannot
be claimed for this
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.,
Largest Paper House in Honolulu
i i I
Mnlor McCree. U. 8. A., who It
tho lcc-Jnm nnd if this falls to clear
THE STEAMER KINAU nrrlved
early thin morning, docking nt 3: IS
o'clock. She brought from Kauai tin-
following cargo: MOO bugs sugar, 13
bags rlco, 2 horses, 2 empty gas drumx i
and 37 sundry packages. Tho follow
ing Migar on Kauai Is ready fur ship
ment: P.. 2I4G0; II. M., 21.030; G. 1.
1023: K. P., 9520; Mnk., H3.43!l; Mel!..
30.923; G. & R.. ICCO; K. S. M., 0237;
K. S. Co.. BOO; M. 8. Co., 22,031).
THE NOEAU, Bhoitly after the Man
na Ken docked, came In this morning,
I bringing general cargo from her ports
s ana colors.
!' IN FOREIGN PORTO ARRIVCtJ J
Saturday, April 2.
SAN laANCISC'O- -Sailed Ap II 23.
.lilt. Andrew Welch for Honolulu. ,
OAN 1'RANCISCO-Salled Apill 2lt
(t). S. Alameda, 11 n. m., for llonn
' f( lulu.
H. S, Asia, 2 p. in., for Himululii.
SAN KJlANCiTBCO Arrlvi-I April 23.
tltclir. M. H. FiiNter, henro April 1.
' Ilk. Annlo .lohhson, from Hllo.
COI.UM11IA RIVER Sailed April 23-
Hehr. It. W. nartlett, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 21:
S. S, Korea for Honolulu.
0 A VIOTA Arrived April 21:
Sp. Tails of Clyde, henro Mar. 21.
PORT TOWNSE.VD Arrived Apr. 21:
Kklne. Kllkltnt. Iienco April .
VICTORIA Sailed Apr. 21.
H. H. Anrangl, lor lloiiolulii.
MAIIUKONA Sailed Apill 21:
Ilktne. Hawaii, for San I'runclnco.
HONOIPU-r-Arrlvod Apill 21:
Schr. ricfcndOr, from San Frnnclre-).
III! O-Snllcd April 23:
S. 3. Mexican, for Sallnn Cruz.
YOKOHAMA Balled April 17:
H. B. Tcnyo Hani, for Honolulu.
I1RI3I1ANK Arrived April 17:
THE FLAGSHIP Manna Kua of thn
Inter Island lluet arrived from HKo
mid wuy ports, thin morning, docking
nt her berth uliortly after 10 o'clock.
She wnH delayed In lenlug llllii four
hours, on nccmi'lt ot tho breakdown
of the track running from the Volcano
THE CONCORD will leave roi- the
La sun Islnml next Mondiiv, t'lklng
ns p.iBrengeiu King Mav Schlemincr
nnd his family. Sho will take a goil
load of prolsloiiR for them.
PROF. AND MBS. PfliTER
A very delightful Hiirpilso party was
gleu to Prof. I!. K. Porter mid wife
l.iHt evening by ll-o lloloaluo club. A
Bpeclal messenger hoys brought a fine
enku nicely decorated with the ii-inie
of tho club. Ilefore lefrexhuicntH were
Hcrwd tho club proFcntd Mr. nnd Mm.
Porter with a beautiful ehln.i ten per
lce. The evening was spent In ginioa
and words of good cheer tu all. ..
Sntur.las. April 21.
S. S. MlBsoiirlnn, l.on. finiii Sealtlo,
8 n. in.
Stnir. Manna Kea, Freeman, from
llllii nnd way ports, 10 a. in.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from Kauai,
3. IS u. nt.
Per ftmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman.
(mm Hllo, April 21 Mrs. .1. C. Smith
i.nl daughter, Mlsh K. Ranger, 3. I).
Kllpatrlck nnd wife, V. I Wnshbmn
mid wife, Mrs. II. H. Cooper nnd ron,
.1 GUM. II. Genuet, M. Keelian. Mm.
M. Peteri-oii, Mrs A. 1'. Wall, A. F.
Wall, W. Ken home. W. F. Sarhs nnd
wife, 1). S. Dalton nnd wife, Mlm
Plelrc, 15. 1). Gilemin nnd wife, Mrs.
Canot. Miss It. Hu Uols, dipt. C. F.
Campbell,, J. V. Hackfehl, .1. II. Maby,
O. Wllil.iins, C. Du Hols, F. O. lluycr,
M. Jncnb. Mls A. Nakal, Mrs. Fultnl.
Y. Kaln, .. Mattocn. Jr., mid wife. MIsh
J. M. Ilarnard, J. .1. Page, Mrs. J. Das
el unit tout, It. It. Elgin, I). II. Mu
conachlc, C. W. McClnnahaii, .1. Sllva,
Mist tlllvn, II. L. Hnlstelu, Miss Aklns.
Mlr Mnrhliall, C. E. Kellog nnd wife,
Mrs. Loiilsson, A. W. Cniter. Mrs. Car
ter, MaBter A, Carter, MIsseB Cnrler
(2) nnd rervnntH (2). V. C. Chilling-
worth, R. K. llmilne. E. Kuger, R. P.
Quarles, A. Cnlbey, V. O. Sclioenlierg,
H. M. Glttel. W. Heen, Y. Keiniirn, A.
II. HiiilBon, Rev. Oknlso, J. E. Itmlgers.
C. V. AKhford, Fiiglsnkl, Hung Chock.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai, April
24. Francis Gay, M. O. King, W. C.
Parko. S. Spltzer, C. .1. Ilomke. MrB.
W. II. Rice, Sr., Mrs. W. II. Rice, Jr.,
I!. Waggoner. T. O'llrlm, Capl. Ilrad
le), M. A. Silwt and 0 deck.
(Continued from Tzt U
ind lump mini of $9180 for clerks.
sietiiigrnpher, nsslHtniitx, etc.
Liquor law $17,000; ntnicl; out;
hIhi J2000 fur extcrmlnntlng mini-
Treasury Department Item placed
nt $372,380; i educed Liquor Com
mlHslon expeiiFejt $ln,000.
lliiieau of Tuxes itemized Bnlnrlrs
vtim-k out nnd put lu ns lump Hum
nt $00.30(10. Second Tnxntlon Divi
sion also lumped nt $18,000. Third
Taxation Division lumped ut $20,
000. Fntirth Tnxntlon list placed nt
$10,500.- Total for Iluieau of Tnxcs,
f 133.9 10,
Hiiicnti of Couveyiinces expciikC.4
decrensed to $".300. .
Industrial Training School sup
plier, bnukB, libraries, luccmaktiig, re
duced from an Itemized total of $30,
."00 and put in ut u lump sum of
Tho offlccj of Siiinilnleiident of
Public Works, Public Lauds Commit!
aloucr, and Stmejur mo eonsolldnled
it u Milury of $100 per inonth. Tho
Item for ciciibo of agents, survoy
ors, etc.. Is placed ut $99,880, n iu
ductlon. The $70,000 Item for repair of tho
Judlelnry building Is stricken out.
LnndiugH nnd whnrves for Mnul
reduced fiom $8000 to $0000.
Watchman under head uf Houo
luRi'pllotu Is inlbeil from $00 to $83
Hllo's oil-Keeper gets $17.1 per
(Knlnilul pilot hoys are placed nt
Itemized snlnilcs uf the Hoard of
lle.Ulli olUcers nru struek out and
the total under n general head placed
The chief sanitary Inspector lor
Honolulu gets $100 per month. Tho
Item fot Inspectors Is placed nt $12,
240. IIIIo's Inspector gets $107.0(1
per mouth; assistant Inspector $S0,
and Maul Inspector $120,
Tho puie-food uiialylst'B salary Is
cut to $123, the meat and veterinary
Inspector to $100, and milk Inspect
or to $70.
Gcnornl qiturnutlno nnd disinfec
tion Item Is reduced from $18,000 to
Hllo's rnt campaign is reduced
from $0000 to $0u00.
Tho payroll of tho luBnno asylum
Is paHhed at a lump sum of $31,000.
l'alamn Hospital Is struck out nu'd
Maul Malulanl Hospital gets nn ap
proprltlon of $2870 to tide It over
six montliB until the County en (alto
Hllo Hospital, Kaplolanl Matciul
ty Home, and Associated Charities'
nli! nro struck out.
The clerk of tho Judiciary Depart
ment Is to net as cashier nnd book
keeper nt $200 per month.
Expenses for First Circuit Is ro
iliiced from $27,000 to $20,000. Tho
Vlcik Is cut fiom $100 to $126. Tllo
Item of expom.0 Is cut from $13,000
Itiillttin Baiincsi OBcc Phone 250.
Dullr.tln Editorial Room Plion 185,
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor. $176", Complete.
'HE CHARLE8 D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE W0RK3
Kins St. opf South St.
cm., manufactured by the Dulletln
64 King St.-
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