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BTONIKO-TTOltETIN, HONOLULU. T. il WEDNESDAY, MAY J9, iDo!T
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Lcalil Cli.iptcr No. 2Regular.
Pacific First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
All visiting members of tho
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY. LODQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets overy Aiond&y evening At
1:30 la I. O. O. h- Unll, Fort Street.
. K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
I V. D. W1CKL N. O.
, Alt visiting brothers Nary cordially
OAHU L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
fleets every flist and third Frl-
lay evening at 7.30 In K. of P. Unll,
corner Kort and Ucretnnla. Visiting
tirotbert cordially Invited to attend.
F. It. NFOENT, C. C.
I It. GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODOE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. etc, II. r. o.
13lka, tncctH In their hall, on King
Street, near I'oit, ever) Friday even
ing. Visiting Druthers are cordially
invited to attoncl.
i:. a. noi'TiiiTT, i:. n.
i' 11. C CASIOX, Scc'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
fleets every 2nd nnd 4 th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot I'.
Usll, cor. l'ort nm Hurctnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I V. M. McOUEW, C. C.
K. A. JACOUSUX, K. II. S.
LOCAL AM) GENERAL
Ten good auto hacks. Phono S.
Al. Thurlow of tho Royal Annex
servos tho finest meals In tow"
Tnko your carriage or automobile
to llatvallan Carriage Mantg. Co.. foi
1 i.p-to dato repairs.
I Judge HnbitiFOii thin morning up
(pointed Kelliiihonul Klaha guardian of
Mailon Kliltu I crrler, n minor.
Carpets, rugs and mattresses thor
oughly cleaned by Aero process.
Prlc.es low, at 1187 Alakcn street.
Shlzukl Nlshltn has brought suit in
thu Circuit Court for divorce from her
husband, JtlJI Nlshllii, on tho ground
Among the pirscngcrs who w 111
lenvo for Jnpin lu the Japancso liner
TiMiyo Maru Is Yosuke Kato of tho
Yokohama Specie Hank.
I.Iiip Wine, flno '1 hat's Iho story
In a nutshell, Judge Audiade did he
lining, and Mr Lino did thu wining,
the feo wps four dollars.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
read; for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 c t i n oflkf
Mr and Mrs, G. P. Cnstto and tho
Misses Dorothy and Margaret Castle
of Honolulu ha to taken apartments nt
tho Fairmont Chronicle.
tllom's great clcarauco sato is draw.
Ing to n close and tho prices nro such
that will finish It quickly. Ladles nho
want dress goods had bolter buy now.'
J Donning, a powerful six-foot giant,
wiih run In yesterday afternoon on n
charge of lielug drunk. This tlino ho
went quietly lo tho house of correc
tion, and cr glad was the arresting
Sl .liip-.uoso who woro alleged lo
be gamblers, wore discharged at the
Police Court this morning, there not be
ing sufficient eldenre to convict them
Chew Sing, a Chinese, painter who had
assaulted a fellow countryman by hit
ting blm with his (1st, having first ad
justed n knuckle duster on his hand,
wnn fined $10, with $1.30 costs, this
The steamer Nlllnti salla tomorrow
(Thursday) nt 12 o'clock, taking all
Kallua and Kupoopou freight. Ship
pers nre advised lo get their freight
early The Ma una l.oa Is laid up and
the W. (J. Hall will take tho passen
The liniHIcip men's doubles tourna
ment will start on the courts of thu
llerctnnln Tennis Club next Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock L'ntrlcs will
close wllli Iho secretary of Ihc club. It
It. Itlctow, on Friday. May 21. nt 5
o'clock Entrants will chooso their
partners befoie entering.
EOH0LULU AERIE 140, E. 0. E.
(Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
3rctnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to attend.
W. M. McCOY, V., Trest.
11. T. SIOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
fleets every first and third Thurs
day 'of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO SAXDERSOX, Sachem.
i:. V. TODD. C ot It.
I .. ;.... : .
iiitiii in iu
.keep down his liv
jing expenses with
jout destroying the
'harmony of living.
Gas is a factor
hi the same time
improving the kit
,ct us install Gas
Gas Co., Ltd.,
' Young Building, Honolulu,
(Continued from Pace 11
with cheat, had been sworn lo by
Manager Hertsho of tho Alexander
At 2:20 o'clock this afternoon
Manager Hcrtscho of tho Young Ho
tel swore out a warrant for tho ar
icat of It. M. llakci, who has been
Mopping at tho hotel. Ilakor Is
charged with gross cheat, and tho
complaint stales that the accused
man had cashed a check for $100
with the hotel people. The check
was drawn on the Western Trust &
Savings Hank of Chicago, and on
presentation there was dishonored.
Shoitly after 2:1." o'clock linker
called at the Palm Cafe and endeav
ored to get Ludwlgsen to endorso his
check. linker took Ludwlgsen to
the bank on the plea that ho wauted
to Identify him as tho Maker who
tamo over on the Alameda, the two
men having niiulo tho trlij together.
At the bank linker drew a check
and asked Ludwlgsen to endorso It.
Thu latter declined to do so, and
i.nucr accompanied mm imck to too
PiiIiii Cafe, where ho endeavored to
get tho partner to affix bin slgna
tnie to the check. Tho tatter also
declined to lend n hand to tho affair,
ami Maker left tho rcstnmant.
A few minutes later Uakor
found a man willing to cndoiso Ills
cheek, and tho paper was cashed nt
the First National Dank. From tlicio
Ilakor went to tlin Alexander Youui,
Hotel, whole ho took up tho chock
which had been pronounced bad by
tho Chicago bank.
Just as Maker turned from tho
eleik's desk, ho was stopped li.t u
Hiillotln icportcr, who asked him
about Iho charges preferred against
blm IIo cxpicsscd surprise when told
lluil Mnii'iger Hcrtscho had sworn out
i warrant for his arrest, and seemed
Kiiutly lolluved when tho clerk tolfl
blm thai, having taken up tho check,
he was "safo."
Itaker was taken to tho Dili lot In
ofllco wheie ho was shown n copy of
thu San Francisco Chronicle and asked
lo iiiaku a statement.
Hu was veiy much upset, his hands
i baking noticeably, und.hu wiped tho
peisplratlon fiom his forehead us hu
lend Iho account.
"Thero Is not u word of truth In It,"
bald hu. "My father Is Charles V.
Hiker of Iho Union Stock Yards, and 1
have it brother Harold. Thero must
ho bomo mlblako.
"I nocr called on tho von Ilauini
Young Company aH a roprosontatlvo
of iho Dulek Company I called in ro
spoiiso to a icqucbt from that com
pany I am connected with thu llulck
Company, but am trae!lni: around on
. a vacation "
1 linker jiiomlbcd to mako a statement
I tomorrow "
These handsome linen suits aro
universally worn at dinner in tho
Orient and all tronical countries.
Have one nude by
,W. W. Ahana Co.,
lG2 King Street. Phone 521.
New llnun collars nt Whllnoy &
A six-room cottagu rctitr.il! located.
Is fur rent. See nd, this issue.
Lady wants position ns house gill or
sales-lady. See classified ads.
A black leather watch fol, wnn
gold seal, has been lost. Soo nd.
Pckln ducks for sale, young rat ami
lender. Club Stables. Tel. 100.
Have you seen tho menagerlo at tho
Orphcum Saloon? Tho greatest curi
osity in town.
You can buy a fine houso nt a rca
souahto prlco at P. L It. Strauch, and
Mr, Swnhn, foimerly cutter for II.
P. Itoth. Is now In chargo of tho tailor
ing department of L II. Kerr & Co.
Wah Chong Co. In Iho Wavcrley
Dlock on Hotel street, havo somu very
flno suitings nnd dress goods, Just from
A furnished cottago n Knplolanl
Park, on tho beach. Is for rent. This
Is an Ideal ptaco to spend tho summer.
Address S this office
Thos. F. McTlgho Co. hno one of
the finest assortments of tnbto wines
nnd liquors In tho city. Call up Phono
140 nnd get n trial order
Sheets aud pillow cases ot cry low
prices this week at Sachs. Also spec
ial values In towels and bed spioads.
See aderttscnicnt In this Issue,
Woven Wlro Dallcy has opened n
depot In Knplolanl building for Milling
his best make of wincn wlro bed
Dargaln prices this week, Seo nil.
Try some of the Vienna llaker) 's
Doston brown bread nnd Huston baked
beans. Will bo delivered to rsiences
upon telephone order. Call up 197.
Yco Chan & Co., comer King nnd
Bethel streets, has Just opened up n
new shipment of steamer trunks, suit
cisos, bags nnd allien, a new and up-to-date
If you want the best old Kona cof
fee, get It nt Henry May & Co. Phono
22. Ma'a Old Kona Coffee Is nged,
roasted In their patent gas roaster and
ground fresh every day.
Regal shoes give ou better value
for the money than any other shoos on
tho market. Regal Shoe Storo In Ho
nolulu sells them nt the same prices
they nru bold for In New York. Try a
A little self-denial now will put you
In a position of Independence and com
fort later on In life. Start a savings
account with tho Hank of Hawaii, Ltd
Hi per cent Interest paid on savings
Miss Knto Woodri 1 el 1141 Fort
street, next to the nnrn'. Imh Just
opened a shipment of gloves. Pilnccsa
gowns and fancy rhlrt waists, direct
from New York, Many very pretty
designs and Into st)Ies.
It you feel run down, havo n defi
ciency of red corpuscles, nro troublod
with Insomnia, try drinking n glass of
beer with your dinner. And remem
ber1 In Honolulu tho best beor Is
Prlmo. the beer that'n hn-wed to suit
1.0NDON, May IS. Tho (U'linan scale Is gt owing apace, and Iho
wildest and most nbsiiid Illinois nre In cltriilnllon. It is seriously
leportcd that n German liner filled with troops entcied the ilor Hum
her todhy, gurvoyed the possibilities of lauding nnd departed. Sir
John Harlow, Liberal, stated today In the House of Commons that the
tlcrmnns had established a depot of i"0,000 illlcj mid iinmiiltlon lu
London to nrm tho flerninns of the city.
Tho river number divides York nnd Lincoln coimtlci, mid Its
mouth is opposite the northernmost part of tho Netheitimls and Ihc
coast of (formally bordering on tho North Sea. The City of Hull, olio
of the most Important commercial cities of Knglnnd, Is on Iho I lumber,
several miles back from the toast Henry VIII made Hull one m the
forcmoit cities of bis time by ordering It In be mnplv fnitiried, ninl
tho opening ot the Dumber to navigation miido tho pinro a trnpoit.
Ono of tho early Invasions ot Lnglnnd occurred ut the mi nth of the
ITALIAN DETECTIVE KILLED.
NKW YORK, Mn IS Plogglo Purclo, mi Inllmnto filend ot De
tcctlvo Pctroslno, who wns killed In Slcll) by the Mafia .while Bench
ing tor n crlmtnnl wanted In New York, has been iissnssliinled,
a i i i
GOVERNOR WALTER CLAHK.
WASHINGTON, May IS Waller Clink, Iho newlv nppolnted
Governor of Alaska, Is tho Washington correspondent of the Seattle
CAPT. HAINS TO PRISON.
NKW YORK. Mnv IS Captain llnlns, tmivlrtcd of the mitnlir of
IMItor Annls, was taken lo Sing Sing prison today.
DR. ELIOT HAS RETIRED.
CAMHRIDni:, Mass., May IS -Aflci holding thu
Harvard for forty enrs, I)r Kllot Iiiih relticd.
Ohia Tie Business Is
Said To Be Much
It Is expected that J. II. Castle,
who arrives today by the Lurllnc,
will havo an Important announce
ment to mako in connection with
the new contract for tho manufac
ture of oh la tires for the Santa l'o
It tins been understood from Iho
outset that when the Mahogany
Lumber Company was closed out,
the Hawaiian Development Com
pany would carry on tho contrnt-t
for tics at an advancpd figure agreed
upon tentatively when the Santa Fo
officials were last In town.
To finish this business up Is
thought to have been the causa of
Castle's trip to tho Coast, as he Is
ihu Hawaii Development Company,
though theru ore some other nun
In the (ompiiii) h nlllees.
Sam Johnron, after much haul
work, Is getting uinm reiord-bieak-Ing
work nut nf the ohia tie saw
mill In I'liua. In the Inst few
inr.nl lis he lies doubled tho e-ipaclty
of the mill and put tin end to nil the
snw-bieaklng stuiiiB and other diffi
culties that hurt mi much nt the outset.
Till: I.milTimitSU (enler-Kuknl
Captain Jobson, returned this mo.ii
Ing f i mil Kmi'il. where l.lcutcniui
Houston, the lighthouse Inspector, who
hImi leliirnod. went to i elect the per-m-iuent
ille for u lew lighthouse In b
erected on that Isl-ind. Lieut. Hous
ton i.tatul this morning that u site his
been decide I iipim. bill ho could nut
give It out for public itlnn until Iho
Washington uuthoiit has been heard
Till: W (1 HALL, nnlvlng rioni
Kami this mniuliig, luoimlit n.10 but
rugar, do lugs tarn. 20 bigj rice. 21
bairels empl bottles, 20 empty wlno
bairels, 22 empty gis ill urns !0 easoi
bone), 30 sicks woo,. 35 bimdlua
hides. HI packages sumliles.
STOCK MARKET HAS'
f'locks, which slure tho sttlkc or
Inpiucsu plantation laboiers h.ive
showed but little uctlvlty, took on n
new lease of llfo this morning, and
thuio was considerable Hading be
tween hoards. Though the market Is
lini dly noi mnl as ot, It Is becoming
When the Alen Japanese walked nut,
sonio of tho snail holders of sugar
stocks got panicky and began In sell.
Ihnso conversant wllh condition:),
smiled and bought what there was
Iiiiimo nnd there was no noticeable
slump, except lu tho amount of trad
ing. Those wlio wanted to unload their
lit t lo holdings nro showing signs of
iwnkeniiig to the Tact that they miidu
it mistake, mid thero wns n noticeable
movement this morning on the pait ut
thoi-e who had repented ot their hasty
Tuesday, May 18,
Schr. It. It. Hind, fiom Tacunin, 2
Wednesday, Mny 19.
T K K. S, S. Teno Mnru, from San
Fiauclsco, 7 n, in, .
Stmr. Mlkahahi, Tultctt, fiom La
halna, (:30 a. in.
Hlinr. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, from
Knual, 1. 13 u. 111.
Tuesday, May IS.
Stmr Klnnii, for Elecle, Moknwctl,
Walmea, Kckahn, R p. in.
Stmr Mlkahala, tor Molokat and
Maul, " p. m.
M. N. S. S. llllonlan, for San Finn
elsco, 10 ii m.
Stmr. Iwahinl, Mitchell, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nocnti, Plltz, for Hawaii, 5:30
T. K. . S. 3. Teno Mnru, for Yokn
hnmn. !) a m
I PAS8ENJERS ARRIVED I
NO THE SECOND JUDGE
Judge Dole, who Is spending his va
cation at l.ale, will leturii to the city
Monday to open court for thu purpose
of roudurtlng some naturalization pin
ccedliiRs, mid for hearing one or two
Tin- court, however, has practically
shut down, awaiting Iho anlv.il of the
gerund Judge. As the law under,
which he Is t be appointed duct not I
go Into effect until July 1, It will bu '
HOtuo tliuo r.ftei- that date befoio tool
now Judge mrlves. Judge Do'u hss
been working liuid an I without? Inter-1
mission fop so lung that ho found It I
nocessuy to take n lust, and as Iho
impuitnnt matters beforn the court I
havo nil been disputed of, ho can nf-
rurii to lay-o.T lor ii vvhllu to itcuper-ali
I). Million, a respect ible-looklng
young man, was up before Jiidco Au
diade (IiIh morning on a chargj of as
saulting u young Hawiilhn girl Tho
iMimult ennslsttil In grabbing tin- giil
by tin mm as hlu nud her mother
veie riilc'ilng the gate to their home.
ATtor the girl hid told her storv Illn
ton went on the slnnd ami initio, a
that on the evening lu njieUloti he had
sec, ii tho voiiug lady nt a moving pn.
turc show nnd mistaken her for an
other dunnel of his iicquiiiiitniico, had
tried to spunk to her Hu did not find
out bis mlbtake till ho had ciught hi .
by tho arm. Judge Andrado found him
guilty nud Inflicted a fine of ten do!
lars nnd costs.
DOES YOUR TYPEWRITER or PHONOGRAPH NEED
T0 you want it
U done right
by a man who
business and has
show no favor
to any one make
Then call up
G. L. LENORD,
162 Hotel St.
f-?4 jKxtjttBMMsJiMBBMittkft jifciftiWiK ' jhBI
1'erT K K S S. Ten n Mnru, llenl,
fiom San Frnnrlseo, Mny 19. For Yo
knh nun J (' Fletcher. Mrs. J. C.
I Fletcher. (' W Miles, Mrs. C. W.
Miles. C W Purlngton, Mrs. C. W.
Piilliigton K Silg-iwa. I-or Kobe: C.
Helnieln Fo- Shinghnl: Miss II.
Ocrtriidc Piigh For Hongkong: K,
i:, Carr, (ieo II. Corsu, Walter II.
Davis, Joseph Kecgali, Mrs. Joseph
Kucgnn, Mis. S Thorndyki! Mackcn
?lo, II J. Itoceiiscrnnlz. Miss K. It.
Scldmore. Mrs. Mario O, Chase.
Per stmr W O. Hall, fiom Kauai,
May inMr. and Mrs. Aklna, W. Mn
rudn and wife, Mrs. Kapahu, W. Akl.
na. W. Kopi K. Iliichhollx. 11. Carrsen,
f W. Opltz, It. Irwlu, Takaoda, Mrs.
!' PAS8ENGER3 DEPARTED
Per stmr. Klnati, (Iregory. for Kauai,
Mry 18, S p. m. Mrs. Fisher. J. T.
Jones. .1. W. Wadman, Miss It. Gib
son, Chlng Knl, Mrs. O. Nlcol.il. It, S.
Hosiuor. Mrs. (1. II. Hosmcr, T.
Schwnrr. R, A. Kniidtcn nnd wife, Mrs.
A. O. Hosmer. Miss I)u Hols, A. II.
Rice. C. Du Hols, J. K. Kula, C. II.
Mlnln, O. Hlackstnd.
I PA33ENOERS BOOKED
' Per S. S. Tcno Main for the Or
lint. May 20. in n, m Yosuko Kntn,
Mr-c. Chas Uocltcher. Miss Unci Ichor.
Wm. C. Lyon, O. V Illiickhurn nml
wire, F 11. Cooper and wire.
BY JIMMIE LLOYD
James W Llu)t ramctinio stenog
rapher of tho House of Representa
tives or tho Legislature ot l'JOS, has
In ought suit In the Supremo Court
nf tho Territory against tho Terri
tory to recover J279.H0 which ho
claims is owing" him on account ot
(ho work ho did lu trniisciiblng the
limine minutes during tho tlmo ho
was nflUliil stenographer, from Feb
ruaiy 17 to April 9.
This Is an echo of tho low In thu
House vvhli Ii was stalled by Ihu
Bpcakor'H Insinuation that Lloyd'H
demand for pay for transcribing Ills
notes smelted nf graft. This row
icsiilted In I.IojiI'h icslgnatlon and
indliritly In tho graft Investigation
which made things about tlin Houso
of ItcpicsontntlvcH unpleasant for u
week oi more.
In his petition, which Is presented
by Attorney Judge tiunrlus, Lloyd, bv
Insinuation ut least, chaigcs Speaker
HnlMteiu ami the Committee on Public
Lxpeiidllurcs and Accounts with hav
ing acted lu bad fallli tnwaid blm. lie
alleges that lhe piumlsed him tblil Ii"
should ho paid tho regular rato for
traithfilhiug IiIh notes IB centH u
rollo for oilgluals and llvo cents
page for caibon copies, but when ho
lusenteil his claim, tliey icpiidl lied
It and he was not p-ild.
Lloyd alleges that bis entlru tlmo
during tho day wits taken up wltii his
duties n Iho House and that It look
blm llucn or four hours n day after
tho House adjourned In transcribe tils
nnles. Hu did this typewriting uudoi
ihu agreement and with thu belief and
experlatlou that hu would bo paid out .
Of thu cm runt ex)ionba fund of thu
houso ut tho rato agreed umiii.
In Mipptnt ot his claim Llowl slntun
In his petition that at former sessions
the ufllclal Monographer has been' paid
for typewriting mlnutca and for ovr
lion copies, and It Is aud has been
Iho custom of tho Houso lu pay lit, bio
noguipher extra, for such work.
Iho Speaker of Iho lloiibu and Chilli-
man C'aMrn, Moyd says, offered In
compromise with him by paying; him
lor carbon copies hut not fur orlglne,l,
but ho lefusud to Inku H lesser bilm
than tho full amount.
Two men, ono who knew his own
name, and another who did not, an 1
cured less, were picked up by the po.
Ilco this morning In Iho Palacn square,
whom thny had ronmed' for tho nHht
Tlio) now havo loonm at Iho Police
Slutlon. uinl vvlll iipenr befoio Judgu
Audi ado lommrnw limrnlng
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycn
Motor, ?175, Complete.
'UE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin St. oppm'c South SL
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