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RVHNINO nniXXTIN, HONOLULU, T II, rmiMY MAY 11. lfiofl
Tl H lA
Oceanic Firtt Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Honolulu Comtnandery Reg
SA I L'UUAV
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Siouday evening t
7:30 In 1. O O F Hall. Fort Street.
K H. 1IKNUUY, Secretary.
T. D ICKi:, M. O.
All rlsltlug brothers ery cordially
OABU LODGE. No. 1, K. oi P.
?UiM every first and third Fri
day veiling at 7.30 in K. ot 1. Hall,
Viraur Tort and lleretanla. VUltlug
;iotbor4 cordially Invited to attend
K. It. NUGUNT, C. C.
11. GOSMNO, K. It. S.
tONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, 11 P. O.
Elks, tiiicts in their hall, on King
Street, mar Tort, every Prlday even
ing. Visiting lliothers aro cordially
Invited to attend
i:. a doitiiitt, n. n.
11. C. UASTON, Sec'y.
Tb. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ivenlng at 7.30 o'clock In K. of V.
lall, cor Kort line5 lleretanla. Visit
ag brothers cordially Invited to Bl
ind r M McQRCW, C. O.
E. A JACOBSHN, IC. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0, E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
XESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock la K. of P. 1111, corner
.Beretania and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to It
:nd W M McCOY, W., Prest.
li T MOOI'E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meet ever) first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythlco Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD. C of U.
Wc are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
Ka3iuitixxfi3uaujcr- 4ax7Vffn qmi
ttRS. ROSENBERG YOUNG HOTEL
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
every man is to
keep clown his liv
ing expenses with
out destroying the
harmony of living.
Gas is a factor in
at the same time
improving the kit
Let us install Gas
in your house.
Gas Co., Ltd.,
Young Building, Honolulu.
Wear and Tear, as well as
appearances, should bo con
sidered in buying hardware.
Our Easy Spring locks and
handsome trimmings are se
lected by careful people.
They invariably give satis
faction. Lowers & Cooke,
177 S, King St. Phone 775.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead,
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 107.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
They save the Bills. Sold by
Union Eleotric Co.,
Tort and Beretania Street.
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs well done
at reasonable prices at the
258 Beretania. J, Abadie, Prop.
Brown & Lyon Co.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
WING CH0NG CO
KINO 5T NEAR BETHEL
Dealers ir Furniture Mattresses
,tc Eto All kinds of KOA am
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
I MISSION FURNITURE Hade T
" Mil I I - -- I i ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred skedts of good
paper for twenty-five cents nt the
Ten good' auto-hacks. Phono I.
Al. Tburlow ot tho Royal Annex
serves tho fluent meals In tow
Saturday will b. the last day for pay
ing, taxes before they become dellri'
Tako your carriage or automobile
tc Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, fot
novernor Frear has not appointed a
Treasurer ct The matter Is still In
Joe 1'n, of Honolulu, who wob well
known In rowing circles here, Is In
U)s Angeles al present anil Is satd to
be doing well
niom Is making money for his pat
rons every time he makes a salo The
present clearance sale Is tho greatest
In his history,
The Industrial Edition of -the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B n 1
1 e t i n office
Knlama, after sleeping off his Jag at
the 1'ollco Station, nppejred before
Judge Andrale this morning and was
fined four dollars.
Judge Itoblnson's jury li wanted In
court next Monday fnornlug at 10
o'clock This Is the first time the Judge
has needed his jury this )ear
Chen Sing, a Chlneso who Is
charged with nssaultlng a countr) man
was released on find ball to the
amount of tlOO Ills cane will be heard
on May 18
Hill ttalley, one of the crowd of
bo)s who assaulted an aged Chinese
on Queen street Tuesda) night, was
found guilty b Judge Andrade anil
fined $25 and 13 costs this morning.
The jaihtsmen of the City aro all
uccoiniug very acme anu most oi mo
experienced men hae taken a new
member In harid and aro Instructing
them In the in)sterles of navigation
Albert Parson, who allowed some
calves to stray Into a garden, to the
great damage thereof, was treated to
a suspended sentence of thirteen
months this morning by Judge An
George Crawford, a jouth of sot en
teen, was sent along to the Jurenllo
Court this morning by Judge Andrade.
Crawford la alleged to be ono of the
bunch or jouths who beat up a Chin
est on Tuesday night
Otto Hermit, who hns hem here for
some months representing the Internal
Revenue Department, and Miss Vic
toria Horner of this city, were quietly
married last Sunday by Itcv. Mr. Ko
koa. Hllo Tribune.
The Manoa Valley Improvement
Club held a meeting last night at tho
home of Fred I. Waldron. Tho much
Hon of a ten minute car btivtco for
the Manoa line, during tho rush hours
of tho morning and evening, was din
cus9ed. It wns reported that tho
Ilapld Transit Company looked upon
the proposition with favor and that, In
consequence, 'somothlng would prob
ably be dono In tho near future. The
road committee reported progress In
Its efforts to socuro street Improve
ments In tho valley.
(Continued from Pace 1
Sanitary Inspector, also serve for
him when ho might bo acting as
Hulldlng and" Plumbing inspector.
Hut right In the midst of his hap
py dreams fell the thunder clap of1
fate,- The horse belonged to the.
rvuiuupupu oeuiemeni anu was
loaned to the Hoard of Health. The
owners haVe demanded Its return.
The buggy really went with the Job,
but the buggy Is horseless.
In eln Mlehlstcln hunted through
the invoices' of both the Ilulldlng
and Plumbing Inspectors' office sup
plies no horse Was Included.
Hut Mlehlsteln did not need the
final blow to Impress Upon lilm tho
fuct that he had not fallen Into a bed
of roses. He found that he had to
lame building and plumbing per
mits; that before Issuing the per
mits he had to approvo the plans;
uleo that he had to pay repeated vis
its to buildings under course of con
struction, or being- plumbed, to as
certain that the approved plans wero
being followed dut.
Likewise he has to Inspect hnck
yards. If sanitary conditions are not
'up to snuff," he's got to see that
they are Improved. He must glvo
the "move on" signal that chases tho
On the whole, Mlehlsteln has come
to the conclusion that his Job Is
made up ot all the tag ends that no
body else wanted, and he looks
mightily as though he's like to bo
back bossing the erection of Uncle
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
Come and have a handsome suit
made up in correct style tit
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 King St. Phone 621,
FRANCE DEFIES STRIKERS
l'AHIB, May 13 Tli was a turbulent session of tho Chamber of
Deputies today wlilcli end' i ' vie 'ory 'or ln (loveriiment Clemen
cenu's iioltcy In dealing n 'li tin- strike wns endorsed li n Mite uf lotill
dence, HCT. to 7fi.
CONQUEROR WRIOHT ARRIVES.
DAYTON, Ohio, Mnv 13 -Wilbur Wright returntd from Hiirope
today and was received wiiti the booming of uuinoti and the (beers of
ten thousand people,
FTVE YEARS FOR REVOLUTION.
BT PETnnsnUIUl. May 13 Loupouklne, it former director of po
lice, has been condemned tu five years' hard labor for belonging to the
VERBAL BETTINO IN NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. May 1
Park. There Is oral bet
URIU FIRED FIRST
SHOT OF THE WAR
3 4jf aKttMLr'S TKtL jiM
VICE-ADMIRAL URIU, WHO FIRE0 THE FIRST SHOT AT THE BAT.
TLE OF CHEMUEP0.
Vlce-Admlral S. Urlu of Ills lm
perlal Japanese Majesty's Navy ar
today on the Japanese "nw
He, accompanied by
his wife, Is going to Annapolis to
be present at tho reunion of his
Admiral Urlu Is one of the most
noted admirals of the Japanese nuvv.
It was he who first fired on the Rus-
mlun warships at Chemultio. He
A notice In ra fonst reservation an
pours In this Usue
Hlng up Lev)'B for groceries. Try a
can of Ohlrailolll's fi'inou' Ilrvnkfast
Cocoa. King street, near Ilethel
Miss Pollard, who has JiiBt arrived
on tho Hllonlnti, Is an expect mllllnei
and Is going to have entlro charge ot
tho work-room of Mrs. Dunn's mllllu
Tho Eddy refrigerator Is made to
save money for the consumer. It haven J
Ico and coal bills every day )ou use It
Sold only b) Theo II. Davles & Co.
Ltd , Hardware Department.
Your boy needs clothes that will last
under tho hardest usage and look well
from first to last Wo have that kind
of clothes. Ilrlng him to us. Sllvu'a
Toggery, King near Kort street. .
Wo deliver tho ery finest stove coal
In Honolulu, either by tho sack or by
tho ton. You can't get coal that will
burn better or last longer. Honolulu
Construction & Drajlng Co, Ltd.
To show our fallh In tho econoni)
of tho Leonard Cleunablo Refrigerator,
wo offer to suppl) all purchasers of
th Leonard with a month's Ice free
II. Hnckfeld & Co, Ltd , Hardware lie
Wo guaranleo our stove wood to bo
tho very finest dr) and seasoned ohla
and algaroba. It gives a stoady, hot
fire, and lasts longer than any other
Dost coal dollvcred. Union Pacific
Transfer Co, phone 58.
If you havo tried the samples or
Torcegrowth and found that they aro
just au represent! d, why not keep up
tho good work they havo begun, nnd
order a big sack of Korcegrovvth from
IC. O! Hall & Son, LtdT
Tho management bf advertising Is
as much a profession, and requires ns
much study and expertenco, as tho
law of medicine, In order to bring tho
bcBt returns. Consult tho Chas. It
Frnrler Co. about )our advertising.
(Continued from" Paze 11
-f savd a few In outlying camps or
, In tho plantation stables."
Tho method of tt0 nwa strike In In
striking contrast to that of tho other
two plantations on this Island
Tho work In tho mill was finished
Metropolitan raring has begun In llclmnnt
ig ns n means of evading the new lav
ordered the Russians to dear out of
'the harbor within n tcrtiiln time
Wlinli Cltft, i-ufiilml In, .aniit.iil lilt.
. . k h . . .
ono of tho criUscrs which he sunk
.was recently raised, and Is now the
cruiser So) a of IJIchPs suuadiuu. Art-
mlral Urlu sieaks the lZngllsh Ian
guage fluent!) , having been graduated
from AnnaiKJllH. During IiIr Htn here
ho wilt bo the guest of Consul General
11 i no.
up last nlhM and so far as possible ull
tho piotessex of caiiu harvesting and
sugar inauufittme were brought lo a
point where tho least amount of dam
age would be done b) tho delay of
The Inen stato that the) will return
to work on Monday morning unit carr)
i on tho woik of the phintutlun until
such tlmo as they hear fiom thu man
Hvvu Jnpani.su are In n much differ
ent posltltn fiiim tho laborer on
tither Oahu or Honolulu Plantation
Very few of tlum aro getting less than
tvvent) doltais u mouth and n great
man) nearer Ihlrt) dollars under the
contract b)stem by which the) aro
paid according to tho amount nnd
character of the work done. Undei
theso contracts failure to cultivate the
tane will mean a great loss to tho Jap
anese, In fact should theso men 'who
aro cultivating under contract leave
tho plantation or remain long out of
the field the) will liiho tho return fiom
their whole tcaron's work.
Consequcntl) theie li no great in
thuslasm In support of tho strike
among theso men.
Tho tutting held hat evening was
attended b) less than hulf the Japan
eno of tho plantation After they
1 1 ached a dtclslon, one man nnd an
Interpreter went to Manager ltcnton
and told him of tho plans They were
er) courteous, and thus far there has
been none of tho Imperious "como
here" manner with which tho Wnlpa
hu Japanese accosted Manager Hull.
Merchants Feeling It.
Alieady tho Japaneso merchants of
the clt) niii beginning to reel tho ef
fids or tho hiiUo on this isluuil. The
piiic-liiiHliit-' ciparlty of thu Jupanexe
workmen of a'l ilassea Is now a mat
ter of doubt, vitl nt tho same tlmo tho
merihants aio bilng coerced Into as
sisting tho strikers, Thiso business
men will not talk much of Hie sltin
Hon as thev niu bitvvein Ihilr credit
ors on one side urn! tho AgltutoiB who
uro uiglng a bo)cott on tho other
Purthirmoro up to tho present time
thiso mcicliiints have no authoinla.
tlvu knunledgu of what the planters
Intend tu do In a general way they
assume that the plantus will not glvo
In to tho Agltlitois but thi) havo no
assurance of not being left In tho
lurch b) Mime sudden shift of plairta
Hon pollc), because tho nlanWm have
Tho question of whether the Japan
ese emplo)es em bu forced out of
their houses Is one that Is causing
Komo discussion The Agitators nbvl
ously want tho plantation authorities
t. ... I
1 IN FOREIGN PORTS j ARRIVED (
Thursday, May 13.
I'UUKKA -Hailed Mil) 1J
Ilk 9 I' Allen, for Honolulu.
HYDNI'Y Hallul May Hi
H 8 Mnkuin, Tor llouoliilii
HAN I'ltANCIHCO Snlleil Mny IS'
S S. Ten)o Maru, I p m , for llono
KA1IUI.UI Silled Mn) S
Sthr l'nisper, for Hllo
Wednesday, May 12,
OKAYS IIAItllOU Hailed May 11-
Schr Methi Nelon, for Hllo
HI'ATTI.i: Arrived Mn) i
H S Texan, from San I'lanclsco
SAUNA CHUZ Sailed Ma) 12
S H Vlrglnlnn, for Han riant Ircii
Tuesday, May 11.
SAN ritANCISCO Sailed Ma) tl:
S S Texan, for Seattle
SAN KKANCISCO Arrived Ma) II.
S H Alameda (4 i in ) heure May li
Monday, May 10.
SAN KKANCISCO Anlved .May li-
Schr Jas ltolpli from Ilann April 13
SAN I'ltANCIHCO Arrived May 8:
Ilktno lliwall, from Mnhiikoui
SAN rrtANC'ISCO Arrived Mnv 9:
S S I.urllne noiiii, hence Mnv 1.
.;. 4, . A 4. . . 4.
to ntlemiit to leuiovo the workmen In
force Then the) will hive tin rxeuse
to make a row b.icked by the udvli
of tin Ir white uttorne) On the other
blind If the pl.int itlim pmple (,Ue
them n full week or ten iI.i.vh' iioIIk
to got (Mil tin) will he It fl hi the
lm oil ami line 1111 eru- whilcvci
for inaklng trouble
Letters of Managers.
The miiugiilal eorie 1 mleiire wl'h
the Ktill.em of llonoliilii mid O1I111
plniitnlloiiH rurrled on i. 1. 1 1 iv u.ik
us follow h'
Den Him While I am ptllt wall
lug for )our repl) to 111) lelli r of v k
tirdu). the (oudltlon of Hie 1 me ill
rend) 1 lit In tho field and uf the Jilld
lu the mill, as well ns some of ili
fields needing lirlgjt-iou, li, kiicIi tha'
It will bu liecessnr) fni 1110 to taki
Bteps, ns xioii us practicable, In pm
vldo foi the milling of the i.iue al
iciidy cut hiid the staitliM of liiigitlon
but I delr- to give )ou nolke of lliln
as I do not wish such .idtim nil uiv
part to be tmetr tied hh a tefinil in 1 11
tertain or conKlder mi) itplv u mi,
still make to 111) lettci or )isurdi
Manager Honolulu Plant itlnn
Wnlpabii, Oahu, Ma) I J. llmti
To Wntaniibe, Slileta, Ham id 1, Mi)a
iichl, Seo, Ta)o)uini, il al lteii
rest tiling Ceitalii Jiip.ui(i.e I.ilmr
eiH on Oahu Plantation
I beg lo ikUiiowIi'iIki' itetlpt i
)(iur lettei nf diet I2lb InM in ileitis
certain lomplalntH nml pn lerriit : 11 r
tain ileinauils upon mi., an 111 1n.11; r ul
the Oahu plintatltm llitse ileiiuinl.
coming fiom the mill nun as well us
other lubnreiH ami employs of tin
So far ns the demands nf the mill
men mo concerned, 1 havo nlre.ul)
initio the loncehslons to them wlileh
upon cniiKldcintlnn, I btllevid th()
wiro entitled to, but they saw lit to
lefuso to iiciept lh 111, ami now as to
tho renewed anil Ineiensed demand
of tho mill men, and as to the oilier de
mands contained in )our It tin. In Jus
tlce to mnolf and to the owneis nl
the plantation, 1 decline to uecede lo
1: IC. HULL,
Manager Oahu Sugir Co
Work Proceeds at Alea.
Work began thin morning on tho Ho
nolulu Plantation though none of the
Japaneso leturned to theli tasks.
All the Chine-so of the piopert) went
to work. The Poito Hlcans mid Por
lugiicso havo never left their work
Ami this 11101 nlng about tin to Imn
dred men of nil nationalities exeept
Japaneso went down fiom town nnd
went to work In tho fieltls
This gives ' Honolulu Plantation
enough nun to hunest the cine Hint
was left out In the fiehls b) thu strlk
em nnd get It to tho mill, where Hu
piocess of gilndlng will piobably Mt.ul
111 tomorrow 01 next ln)
lu other woula the Honolulu planln
lion Is going aheatl. Tho Juiiaiinsi
have shown no tcudeiif) In letiirn In
woik, so the eaiiipalgn In town foi in
listing iaboi pioeteds unci altl ni,
tho proper!) will be short handed tlio
loldH will bo Irrlgited nnd tho 11 o
taken off as i.ipldly ns possible
Moving Things At Walpahu.
All Is quiet ut Wnlpahii and, though
the mill is closed down, the coinpaii)
Is not Hiiffeilug fiom thu Ktrlke Snf
llclcut men 1110 at work to Inlgite the
timu nnd, according to tho ugents, nn
gie.u inioiivinloneo will lesult riom
.1 di la) of n few weeks In cutting tlio
lomalulug portion or tho crop
This inomlng bovtrul men weiu um
down to usslst In caring lor tho giow
nig cane, mil tho agents liniu had of
feiB or conslderiibl) 111010 belli limn
tiny need just at present Thoro Ih
no cut cane In danger of spoiling, tho
management having taken warning
when tho htrlk.11 nt Ale.i occuried
Thus no inuiei esino was ullowed lo bo
t'lltlnv Mn) 11
T IC. IC 8
YoKohatn 1, i
S Nippon Maru, from
Thtirsdn). Mil) 13
fituir W. (1 Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, C'lU p 111
Stmr Iwnlanl, Mllihill, foi Hnvvnll,
S lu p. 111
T K IC. S. S Nlpisin
Han I'iauilK(t). HI ::o 11 111
II S A T Hherldan llnhcock,
Manila, .1 p 111
Ptriitmr W (1 Hall. Thompson, for
IC1111I, Mn) 13 Mlxs lllfcoek, O. II.
rnlrehlld nnd wife, Mr Onboon. MrK.
Lv.lii Kanlil ami child H A Kniidscii
mid pirt). Hev V. W Thwlng
1 PASSENGERS BOOKED
I'( r htmr. Clnudlne, llennetl, Tor
Maul nnd Hllo, Mn) 1 1 -Mrs Mndden.
It. v W Ault. II W M MIM A. II
Ai Igh and wife, J I'ox ami wlfo, A
i: hriliu. Il tl Clark. Mis Wells,
Mi t i: I) Carhy. MIsh i: l.lo)d, Miss
A M Hpcrn Miss Aide I'a'mer, V L.
Ilutl(i) Uiv I) Stud lor, Miss I. Dan
li I mi K iioeiid 1I1I
I WATERFRONT NOTES I
t. t A,
" 1 Hi: nXiTKI) STATES Ann) tl.11.rt
lioii Sliiildali. which arrived O'.ti 1
d iv fro in Han l'rauclsco, having on
hniid ho llit Seventh lufantr), tu b.i
iiliilliinul lu tilt Philippines, will leave
fin In 1 di slln 11 Ion lomorinvv .iftei
noon nt I ixltKk The bind of tho
iialinint, vvhli h pla.Mtl )esterda) ai
tin- I'n 1 llol gioiimls letitleretl sevei.il
ii'ipmi 'laic ii'lcitlmiM this morning
mil li 1 1 tin delight or the BpcUntoiH
tin si 111 nl the naval wh irf
i III: I PANi:.si: liner Teii)o Mnru.
Capiiiiu lie nt. sailed rrom Sun l'ran
clsin vesli rd.i) aflernoou Tor this
li't Hie Is duo to arrive hero Mn)
tiii: hti:aii:h w. ci iiuii, cap
lain Tliumpsou sallid at 5 o'elock yes
teidi) aflrrnoon for ICnual, carrying
boiidei tho iiasscngtrs, mall and
Till: CLAIIDINi: will leave this nf
leintMin ut " oc'cick for Maul (sirts
and Hllo She will return from her
regulai inn next Thursda) morning
Till: ARMY TRANSPORT Dlx will
priihihl) an he this afternoon, though
It Is mine prtibalile tli it she will get III
omoriow morning. ,i(
em thiiu could be handled lu the mill
immiillatel) uflei tutting.
'I he ngents consider the outlook very
satlxfncloi) nnd sii) tint the Inron
venleiKu likely to be suffered, will bo
It was lepoiled to Shuilff Jarrett
ilils moinlug th it the Japanese 011 Will
pihil weiu H)iiig to piuvelit thu Chin
ese Inbnieru who am willing to work
rrom doing so The Shu Iff Is going
out this iifiernoou to look into jh0 mut
ter, and If It should be mcessar) will
detail a number or extiu pollco rnr
Thcro 1110 nine specially comnil'!
sloned olllcers ut Wiilpiliu, nnd they
should, lucoidlng In the Sheriff. b
able lo eouliol tho situation. It Ih
thought that If 11 laigo body of pollcu
were sent out It would only aggravnto
tlio present uniest thnl Hieins In lm
existing, ami would bo lather liku of-
feilng .1 red rag to 11 hull.
It was t tilled to tho Hullo tlu to
'lu (hat 11 settlement had been 11111110
with Pieil Miikluo for his trip to Wul
1'ihii It Is said that Maklno charged
lift) iIoIIiiin foi Ills trip down tho roud
to tell the strikers what they might
'l(. If Maklno can in mago to make 11
1 mind tilp imcIi day nt this figure ho
will piobably contribute) at least ono
1I0II111 or It roi tho sin lenanro of the
stiikeiH vvliu 1110 losing (1500 u day in
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cyci
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHAHEES D. WALKERS, B0A1
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St oniv-N South St
CONTRACTOR- and BUPIDER.
PIUMBIN0 and PAINTrNQ.
'lulce: Honolulu Paintinc Co., 221
King St.: P. 0, Box 014.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
?4 J NUUANU ST,