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FORCEGROWTH supplies the qualities that are lacking in Honolulu soil, and enrches it to a surpris
ng degree. All who have used it are enthusastic in its prase.
Try a Saok of, it and you will never be without it again
Prepared By Sold In 25, SO, 75 and lOO Lb. Sacks by.
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Pacific First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
0 p. m.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
&fljunm lyDUK, Ho. 3, i. o. o. p.
Meets every Monday evening t
7:30 lu I. O. O. F Hall. Fort Street.
U. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. WICKE, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening ut 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to atteirt.
T. It. NUOKNT, C. C.
It. UOSMNO, K. II. B.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
Kll.s, meets In their hall, on Kins
Street, near Tort, every Friday oven
lug. Visiting Ilrothers aro cordially
InWled to attend.
e. a. doutihtt, n. n.
II. C. KASTON, Scc'y.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
eveulng at 7:30 o'clock In K. Of V.
Hall, tor. Fort und llorotanla. Visit
ing liinthera cordhlly Invited to at
tend. T. M. McQREW. C. O.
K. A. JACOUSEN. K. n. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WRD
NESDAY niDUiBRa of each month at
7:30 o'clock la K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctnulu aud Tort streets.
Visiting Eagle are Invited to at
tend. M MeCOY. W., Prent,
II. T. MOOI'.E. 8ecy.
HAWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. JL
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vltltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
0150. SANDERSON. Sachem.
E. V. TODO, C of R.
jyy-Por Sio" cards at Bulletin.
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rpHE OBJECT of
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.
Immense new ship
ment juit arrived. All
colon, weights and
widths. In rolls and
Hawaiian News Co.,
PIONEER PAPER HOUSE.
, Young Building.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
THE DELICATELY TRIMMED
That women so delight in can
safely be intrusted to us.
ALL HAND WORK.
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY.
Factory at IwIIel
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred stoats of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-backs. Phone C
Al. Thurlow of tbo Royal Annex
serves tbo finest inoals In tow
A daughter was born to Mrs. J. II.
Moragna of IJhue, last week Monday.
Among the arrivals this morning In
tho Mnuna I.oa worn Dr. and Mrs. II.
Mrs. Ralph Wilcox of Kauai Is mak
ing a good recovery from her attack of
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
Consul Uyeno, representing the Jap
nncso Emperor, called on Governor
Frear this morning.
Rev. Dr. Sctiddcr anil Rev. Wm n.
Oleson were among the returning pas
sengers tills mornlug In the steamer
Douglas Drown, charged with vag
rancy, was up beforo Judgo Andradu
this morning, but the case against him
Carpets, rugs and mattresses thor
oughly cleaned by Aero process.
Prices low, at 1187 Alakca street.
William Fibber, of Makawell, former
ly manager of the l.lhuo Store, was op
erated on and is now convalescing In
the Quean's Hospital.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
read; for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 1 e t i n office
A. M. Doyle of Honokaa Is In town
land Intends staying a few days. Ho
(reports the cane along the Hamakua
coast as looking very well.
niom's great clearance salo Is draw
ing to a close and the prices aro such
that will finish it quickly, ladles who
want dress goods bad better buy now.
J. J. Hare, post omco Inspector, re
turned from bis official Inspection of
the post omces on tbo other Islands,
He arrived In tho Mauna I.oa this
A son was born to Mrs. Franz Herb
ert last week Monday, while sho was
staying at the resilience of her mother,
Mrs. Kdward Splllnor, In Kapala Val
Mrs. Otto Hoopll died last Tuesday
mornlug at her borne In Nawlllwlll, af
ter u long Illness, leaving a husband
and Boven children. Thu funeral was
held on Wednesday,
Rev. A, 8. Raker of Kona Is In town
having arrhed today In tho Mauna I.oa
Ho will remain here for tho annual
convention of tho evangelical societies,
which meets .May sa.
Mango Chutney as manufactured by
Mrs. Kcarns Is an appetizer. Pure and
delicious and unsurpassed by any olh
cr chutney In tho world.
.W. II. Rico lias taken a thousand
tons of cane off from his Ilulela fields
and expects that tho crop will nil be
off In about Ave weeks more. There
will probably bo another thousand
tons. Harden island.
In n brief filed yesterday by Attor
neys Holmes, Stanley & Oleson In con
nection with' the estate of Mary Dame
Hall, the question Is raised for the
nrst time in this Territory as to wheth
er or not tho Inheritance tax Is collect.
Iblo on stocks of a Hawaiian corpora
tion, the bolder of which has died
abroad. Tho point raised covers about
szuo.uoo worth of tho stock of H, O.
Hall & Son, Ltd., held by Mrs. Hall.
Tho Inheritance tax on this would bo
These handsome linen suits ar
universally worn at dinner in the
Orient and all trooical countries.
Have one made by
W. W. Ahana Co.,
68 King Street,
-jiiwifci.,fcUiito.i,.k .rtk! at, a,
nONOLTJLTj, T It., TUESDAY, MAY
MRS. TAFT IS ILL
WASHINGTON, M.iy 1" Mis Tuft has been taken ill with n nerv
ous breakdown. The President has Issued u statement Hint her condi
tion Is not serious.
Test Spreckels Will
SAN FRANCISCO, May 17 John I), and Adolpb Hpreeklcs Iiavo
filed a demurrer against turning nut the trust clause in the will of
Claus Spreckles, which Involves S3, 000. This may menu a test of the
validity uf the will us a whole. .
WASHIN0T0N SUMMER HOURS.
WASHINGTON. May 17. President Tuft will take up tho nuta
tion of changing the hours of labor
clocks back two hours between May 1
curlier work in summer mid longer
RUDOLPH SPRECKLES TESTIFIES.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 17. Rudolph Spreckles testified In the Cal
houn trial today. It was the first
AUTHOR GE0R0E MEREDITH DEAD.
LONDON, May 17. Ueurgo Meredith, the novelist, Is dead of heart
STRIKERS RETURN TO WORK.
Paris, M.iy 17 The majority
If Gc Is our limit for a smoke you
can Invest It to tho best ailvantago in
an Owl cigar. Sold by M. A. Ounst
& Co., und ull cigar stands.
I.. Ahoy, on Nuuunu street, Is mak
ing a sweeping reduction In gontle
ment's shirts this week. Lay In u
stock while tho prlco lasts.
You can rent a fine office -In tbo
Iloston Rulldlng at a vory reason
able figure, Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd., Agents.
If you have tho ground spneo, ...i
can havo a fine little chicken ranch for
1500. P. M, Pond Iisb n good proposi
tion for poultry fancier, Hlug him
up, phono 90.
Tho beautiful foaturo films of "David
and Goliath" and "Mary 8tuart" aro
drawing big crowds nt tho Art Tho
atro and will bo shown again this
II. Hnckfcld & Co.'s new sanitary
desks don't hug tho Moor and accumu
late cockroaches, dirt and dust. They
can bo swept under and kept clean
with little trouble.
Wrapping paper of uvcry weight,
color and size just received by Hawaii
an News Co., Ltd.. thu pioneer paper
house of Hawaii, Sco window display
at tho salesroom In Alexander Young
It Is comforting to the women ot Ho
nolulu to know that the) can send
their dollcnto laces and lace ti limned
garments to tho French Laundry nnd
know that they will bo leturned In
II. & M. Railway White Is tho mod
ern whlto for painting. It covers a
different in different localities. A
.careful study of the needs of Honolulu soil
E. O. Hall
In tbo departments by turning the
and October 1, thus providing for
evenings for recreation.
time he bud been called In tin. graft I
of tho strikers have leturned to
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
greater amount of surface than pure
while Ic'id. has Ii0 per cent greater dur
ability unit leitves u belter surface fur
repainting. Sold by I.eweis & Cooke,
You would buve lo pay fioin .1 lo 5
dollars to hear Caruso slug at tbo .Mel
roiolltnu Opera House, yet ou und all
our friends nmy bear him as otten sii
you like ut a trilling cost If you have a
Victor Talking Machine. Sold by
Hergstrom Music Co.
ALFRED CASTLE ON
THE LIQUOR BOARD
Alfred L Cuhllii was today appoint
ed by tioveiuui- Frear u member of tho
Hoard of I.lipior License Commission
ers, In place of Fred Wnhlrou, re
signed. Thu (Jovornor has bad a hard time
getting u full Hoard, one man resigning
nbout us soon as another Is appointed.
As this Is the busy season for the Li
cense Commissioners, because of tbo
fact thut applications for new licenses
nnd for rcnowals are coming In, the
necessity of getting tho Hoard organ
ized on a woiklng basis Is becoming
THK MAUNA KBA, the flagship or
the Inter-Island fleet, sailed at noon
today for Maul and Hawaii. A num
ber of mullbliils left In her, lo lt.lt the
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-C;c.
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0A1
AND MACHINE WORKS
Ein fit opp-WA South St.
& Son, Ltd.,
IN FOHEIGN PORTS
Tuesday, May 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 1.1
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
DELAWARE HREAKWA'IT.K - Ar- j
men amy in:
S. H. Aiizouun, from Illln, Mai'. 21.
Kl.i:i:i.i: Sailed May Hi:
H. S. Pleiades, for Kan Francisco.
V WATERFRONT NOTES
'Till: STEAMER Mauna Loa. arriv
ing this morning from Kiiu-Koiin ports.
Iictl.l.lit tl,. fllllllU 111,- f.fir.rfl fill. Illltlll.
lulu, M&O bags sugar, liK bags rorfee,
r,l bags beans, 11 bags ginger, 1.1 lugs
rhnironl, 4 barrels pears, 7 cases pears,
!l barrels water lemons, f, eases water
lemons, -II biinrhes bananas, !l cases
castor oil, 13 rases preserves, ICI pieces
sou nuiiocr. i critics ciiickchk, -i
ncilm, ol.ru 'I li.wru ''' lil.n.tl.ia lllilna '
borM'S, 17 head entile 18 bead calve.
1IHI welei melons. !,; iinrkiisiM smi
Till: MAUNA LOA, which arrived
this morning fiom Hawaii and Maul,
will be glen a general overhauling mi
the marine railway this week. Her
place will be taken by the steamer W.
fl Hull iMrh will imlvi. from Katinl
tomoiiow morning. The Mlkahal.i. I
which general! goes to Molokal, will
bo transferred to Kauai, taking (lie
TUB HELHNE departed ut noon to
duy for Muhukona and other poits
along the Hiininkiin roust. She wilt
letum wllh n load of caltlu fur the
Metiopolllun Meut Company.
THU SIIIERIA, which left Yokoha
ma last Saturday, Is bringing 1530
tons of freight for this port. Shu will
pick up about tweuty-flvo passuigura
from hero for tho States.
THK IWALANI will sail for Ana
hola Ibis afternoon at D o'clock mid Ihu
Noeuu will go to Molokal, Mnul and
Lniial. She will taVu a full load of
Tin: sti:ami:r maui is loading
sugar at Paauhau and thu schooner
Ku Mol ut Kallua Is also loading sugar.
Till-: KINAU sails Oils nfteriKon at
5 o'clock, Sho will lake, besides lus-
kougeis, mull and general cargo.
Per slmr. KInuu, (Ircgory, for Kauai,
May IS, 5 p. m. Mrs. Fisher. I. T.
Jones, J. W. Wndman, Miss R. Olle
son, Chlng Kal, Mrs. 0. Nlcolal, It. S
Ilosmer, Mrs. (1. II, Hosmer, T.
Scliwarz, I.. A. Kuiiscu and wife, Mrs.
A. (I. Hosmer, Miss I)u Hols, A. 11
Rice, C. Du Hols, .1. K. Kula, C. II
Mlulii, O. Hluckstnd.
(Continued from Pace U
bananas, and Inside will be a hunch
of Hawaiian blngurs.
A contract has already been let
for 2,0(10 or 3,000 yellow lels, which
will bo tied with purple ilbbon, thus
constituting the Klks" colors, On
the ribbon will lie printed "Aloha
from Hawaii." These Ids will bo
lists United fieely ut Los Angeles,
and tbo wholo thing will undoubt
edly be u good advertisement for
During the past week there hnvo
been several membeis of thu Hllo
lodge In town, and they uic going
back today to work up enthusiasm
among Hie herd of the Hlg Island.
The Kauai und Maui men aro equal
ly enthusiastic, nnd the demonstra
tion made at Los Angeles will be by
the Klks, not of Honolulu only, but
uf thu wbolu Teirltory,
Tuesday, May IS.
fit nir. Mnuna I.oa, Klinerson. from
H.iwali ami Maul ports, .1:20 a. m.
I DEPARTED I
Monday, May 17.
Slmr. Nlthuu, Oness, for Kuual, S
Slmr. Mlkuhahi. Pedcrsen, for Molo
kal, r.: 10 p. m.
Tuesday, May 18.
Slmr. Mnuna Ken, for Hllo and way
porls, 12 noon.
Stmr. Helens, for Kukalaii, Ookalu,
l.uupahoehoe, etc., 12 noon.
M. N. S. S. Hllonlaii, for San Fran
eli.eo, 10 a. in.
Stmr. Kliiau. for Hleele, Makawell
Walmea, Keknbu, 1 p. in.
Stmr. Miknliala. lor Molokal and
Maul, .1 p. in.
j , .j.
T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru. for Yi't
liohumn, D p. in.
T. K. K. H. 8. Tenjo Muru. from San
Francisco, 7 n. m.
Per S. S. Hllunlan, for San Francis
co, May 18. Miss Jean Roth, Mrs. C.
II. Atherton, Chus. Murray, It. C. Ly
decker, Roscou Perkins, T. F. McTlghe,
I). J. Cashninn, Miss Sorenson, Mrs.
Sorcnson, Mrs. Roendahl, Miss Jenulo
Orleve, Mrs. F. W. Merrill. Mrs. A. II.
Ingalls, W. W. Wolf, P. M. Ryder, Les
ter Petrlo Mr. Henrlques, Fred L. Wnl
dron, Mrs, Wuldron, J. II. Arcnilt, C.
W. Ryers, Miss Mary Sonrcs, Mrs. l.
J. Smith, S. S. Peck mid family, J. B.
Melcalf, C. A. J. (lulaca, Harold Thin,
lug, Japanese surgeon,
Per stmr. Mnuna Ijia. Rim. .rem.
from Hawaii und Maul ports, 5:ao a.
in, Miss C. M. Keller, Mrs. K. K.
Scott, Mrs. Law, Dr. 11. Shuw, Mln
Makawell, Mrs. A. (1, Moore, Chits.
Melnecke, J, F. Kekhnrdt, Mrs. K. Ke
nloliup'iuolo, B. W. Hammer and wlfo,
Master Hammer, .Ins. Crews, II, n.
Mariner. Rev. A. S. linker, M. lion
salves, F. J. Hare, W. A. Ilowcn, Rev.
W. II. Oleson, Rev. D. Scuddcr, A. B.
Jordan, A. F. Corrca, C. B. Haynes, A.
Tavurse, A. Cnnstnbel.
POLE AND LINEMAN
John Nichols, a lino mini in the em
ploy of tho telephone company, was
lather badly, haltered up when a rut
ten pole fell with him this mornlug. Ilu
Is now lu tbo Queen's Hospital, suffer
ing fiom tlueo biokcn ribs, u dlstocated
blioulder and u damaged knee,
Nichols was at work on uu old pule
ono Vineyard stieet near Fort, a ho
polo hud been ordered down by thu
company, und Nichols was doing the
luciiimuai jr nuih necessary in prepare
the polo for lowering.
Suddenly, wlthuiit warning, tho palo
gave way, and Nichols came crashing
to the ground. Luckily hu fell In such
a wuy that ho escaped being crushed
I uj inu win pn-cu oi umner, nnd his In
; Jiitlcs were the result or tho full ulono.
I It lu lift, lo.lt.. I ...... ... .. .
.. . ..,. in-uvTiii mm. nu, injuries
will conllne him lo the hojpltal long,
though bo U now buffeting great pain.
Win. C, Lyon of Hrown-Ljon Co.,
leaves on u business trip to Manila on
thu Teuyo Maru tomoriow.
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