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ns'RN'INO DULI.nTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY, JUNIJ t, 1000.
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M umce, orewer tsuilding:-
Rose Croix Installation.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Onlor are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening l
7:30 lu I. U. U. (' Hall, Fort Street.
' i:. K. HIJNDItY, Secretary.
' I F. t. WICKIJ. N. 0.
J All vUltlug l)i others ery cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K, of P.
(Meets evvry first and third FrI
flay evenlug tit 7:3U In K. of P. Hall,
corner Kurt and Hcretanl.i. VlaltluK
brother cordially Invited to attend.
f V. It. M'UIJNT, C. C.
1 It. OUol.INO, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
illoculillil Lodge .Ni. eiC, H. l'. 0.
IJlks, meets In their li.ill, im King
Btvcet, near l'urt. eveiy Filday ctcn
In'i;. Visiting mothers aio cordially
invited to attend.
IJ. A. HOUTI1ITT, K. R.
i II. C. HAS TON, Scc'y.
Wra. M'KINLEY L0DQE No.8. K.ofP.
JMcots every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort a lie1 llerctanla. Visit
ing 'brnthcis con'lilly Invited to at
tend. T. M. MrOItUW, C. O.
!:. A. JACOIISIJN, IC. It. 8.
BpiJOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mct-tH on the 2nd nnd 4th WKD
NIJSDAY hvoiiiijss ot each month Hi
7:30 o'clock lu K. or I', llnll, corner
(lerctnnla and l'urt streets.
Visiting I'..ij;lea are Invited to at
tend. V. M. MfC'OY, , Prsst.
II. T. MOOI'U. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovory Hret and third Thurs
days of carh month at Knights ot
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to uttrnil.
i:0. SANUIJltSON, Sachem.
IJ. V. TODI). C of It.
AKE another visit to
, IIALEIWA. You'll
St. Clair Bidgoctl. Mgr.
gjgr CUUt-ETIN ADS HAV -Tprj
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co-, Ltd,
i I Wc arc in line with the
! best assortment ot
In the market. AH makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Ichnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
New Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
MRS. ROSENBERG. Y0UNO HOTEL
! . . I
CONTRACTOR nnd BUILDER.
FLUMBINQ nnd PAINTINO, '
Office: Honolulu Painting do1., 221
Kine St.: P. 0. Box 014. ,
185 editorial room's i5Q h'usi
ness office. These are tho telephone
rumbera of tho Bulletin offlco.
, Fern Houses and Gardens
Factory at IwIIei
wAriXvlxVjlll " T5H
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets' of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6.
Al. Thurlow ot tlio Royal Annex
serves tho finest nicnls In tow"
Toko your carriage m automobile
tc Hawaiian Cnrilim Miuifg Co., foi.
Inter-Inland and t) R. & I., shipping
books for salo at tho Uullotln
offlco, EC each.
Anything new In tho sporting lino?
Anything good In tho liquor line? You
can find It nt "Tho Two Jacks."
Deputy Mnrshul Ilrmis left today for1
llllo to servo a bunch nf supocnaH for
certain witnesses to appear before tho
Federal (Jrund .lury. That body will
ene on Jenn 7.
Judge Robinson this morning IskikmI
an order roullrniliiK tho sale by Albert
Watcrlumxu, adntlulstmtnr of tho ch
tnte of A. Knnlil, of certain real cr.tato
belonging to the estnto for $29ir.
Mrs. Nlnn Frascr Ichves In the China
today to attend tho graduation of her
daughter. Miss May Fraser, from Wcl
lsley College. ilsH Frascr Is an alum
nus of Onhii Coliego and will return to
her Island homo,
Shlna Sadamasa was this moinlng
granted n divorce by Judgo Robinson
from Washahura Sadamasa on tlio
grounds of oxtrcmn rriicity and non
support. Hcrvlcq of tho summons was
obtained by publication,
the All-IInwalls have sold out to
tho Kalllil Athletic Club, and tho
latter team will play In tho Kaplo
lanl Park League. 1-Jddle Fcrnnndck
will managa tlio Knllhl team, nnd It
Is expected that thoy will put up a
good fight In tho series.
Alno Yoshlda, who liar, served a six
months' sentenco for violation nOliu
marrlngo laws, took tho poor man's
oath today to secure his rcleaso from
tho payment of tho flno Imposed upon
him. Yoshlda onco escaped front tho
1'cilera'l authorities and remained nt
liberty several years before ho was re
captured and convicted'.
Henry P. O'Sulllvan, first ahtbtan't
clerk of tho I'xecutlvo Doinrtiuent,
was married this morning to Miss
Maud Cushlngham In tho prosenco of
tho personal friends of tho bildu ahl
gioom. Oovornor Frear, Sect clary
Mott-Smlth nnd Chief Clerk Conkling
woro present and extonded tjielr hear
ty congratulations to tho joung coujilo.
Henry 'O'Sulllvan has for several
years been an employee of tho Gov
ernor's offlco nnd has many frlemU
throughout tlio Territory. Tlio bride Is
one of tho popular joung'ladlus of Ha
waii and both Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Sulllvan
are to bo congratulated.
Our Cutter is a Graduate
Mitchell Cutter's rSchooI
W. W. Atoma Co.,
JOB MARSDEN DEAD
IIIJRKIJLBY, California, May 3 1 -Joseph M.usden. fnimeilj or Ha
waii, died hero tonlKM nf heart fat lute.
I'HILADI'JLt'lllA. May 31. The street car Ktrllso lime scrlousl) In
terfered with tho Memorial Day observances. Thousands of peoplo
were prevented from attending the services In the various iciiietcrlex.
Tho Mayor threatens to swear In lea. thousand police otllceru to movo
the cars If neccssari (
FAIRBANKS VISITS MIKADO.
TOKIO. Mny 31. -Fnrmer Vice President Falrbanl.s was today le
eched lu audience by tho Knipcror and later was a guest nt luncheon
with tho IJmpcror nnd the Royal I'rl nrchit.
DOME BLOWN OFF.
IIATON ROIKIIJ, La, May 31.
damaged today, a storm blowing the
B. & 0. MACHINISTS ON STRIKE.
IIALTIMOIHJ. May 31. Tho machinists on the llnltliume & Ohio
railroad hae gone out on strike.
(Continued from Pase )
plnnlatlona on Maul and llaw.il. will
go on strike, uhllo tho rest will pace
fully work on, In order that the ti.
era may receive support from lli.i.i
TreuMircr Yamashlro Is not ill
heartened. He claims that the llu.ui
clal condition of tho high wugu ;u.o
clntton Is such that tho strikers will
not 'havo to worry for the ne.t six
months. He .refuses to stato how
much ho has on hand.
Members of the Japanese Mcrcinuts'
Association nrc hopeful for an v.arlv
settlement of tho differences, They hay
vary llttlo, when asked about theli at
titude. Hotels Filled.
Tho Jnpaneho lintels aro filled to
their utmost capacity. Tho labrcrs
are domiciled thcro and their expenses
nro paid from tho "slrlko fund." Some
of the hotel keepers, It Is said, nro
complaining becuuso they were no, be
ing treated right by tho agitators. As
to tho strikers, who nro In town, they
nrg nnxious to know something def
Inlto about tho Atrlko,, Somo of ll.em
want to go to wqrk, but thoy darn nut
do so unless thoy can ho given sdiim
assurance. o( protoctlpn.
Engineers Near 'Kah'iiku.
The Incidental camping ot a pa,rty
of' United States Engineers near Lnlu
caused great oxcflcmcnt among tho
Japanese of Kahuku. Quito 'part
of Undo Sam's men who nro engaged
In surveying tho Islnnd, pitched their
tents ulthln lialllng distance , of I(al)U
ku a fuw night ago', and Immediately
tho rumor spread abroad, through the'
camps of tlui Japanese artjolnlpg that
tho United States fofcesjliad taken a
hand, In U'P strlkij. question. Japanese,
naked ' about tho soldiers, said thoy
weio not Honolulu soldiers an they had
"U. S." on tho colnr of their coats.
Jt Is not prosumpd that (he, soldiers
wcro stationed" at Iilo for any other
reason' than tho 'continuation or thcr
duties as surveybrs whlclf they hnvu
b'doh busy icarrylug out ovofy day
tlnco thc-lr arrival. 'Hut at all ovents
If anything had happened nt Kahuku
n Binnll but very efficient body of men
would ha been l'tanily to do anything
that the might bo ordered to do.
SOLO ONLY BY
E. CX Hall & Son, Ltd.,
Port and Kinf Streets
IS HELD UP.
Tho Slnln Capitol beie was
dome off the building.
j Threatened By Thugs.
Tlio ptomlncnt part ilacd III the
Inlrlku by i lie Thug elenieul u.ih kIiowii
',llu ",,UT cl'iy wllt'" llt,,,,l,0-K Wl'1"
l H"' r"'"l "euro evldmier
jagnlns't th" Thugs who uro now lu Jill
for ussaiiltliig one of tho leputabl
laboreis of IJwa plantation. The lit
torney, seeing u lot of b.iuiieis nnd
slgfis bearing .lap.iuese emblems in one
of the halls or temples where Die .lap
nncho congregate, asked for an Inter-
pretatlon of the I'hr.iws. He was told
that they were tho names of the ofll -
curs of the High Wage Association
The attoruej turned to one of tho i al
ly and orduiud liiiu to photogupli lli
emblems. This ho started to do whei
n young Jap.uieso stepped forwaid am
proclaimed tliat the camera should b
smashed, and called upon those aliou
to help him do the Job. It looked a
If Ihp attoinejK and tho whole outlll
would soon be lu thu Jiaiuls of III
Thugs when High Sheriff Henry VIoi
ped, forwaid .mil after announcing wl
ho was, (old the men pieseiit that ar
map who touched tho camera or Inlc
fered with the pally, would bo put
jiiImiii forthwith. This mulcted thin
Immediately and the Thugs who
pectcd to run things with a high ha
STUNG IN HACK III,
In a wr tie,, opinion Judge Do H
u morning decided In favor of
plaintiff the roplevln action of s.
Jennlo C. Hell vs. Katsukl MasiiJI. 10
plaintiff sued to rccovor possesshnf
hack No. '.'1, or In lieu thereof.iu
sum or 299, tho alleged value olio
T10 evidence showed that lu l-
ten.ber. 1901, Mrs. M -.'mploy a
Japanesp named KcmUhl to (fihho '
,.v. ,u, .,, up s.iiiius. MuuiUBu- inose eonstltutliiK tlio Tax Allien
til Juno or 190.., when lip and (hock Court or the Fifth tinatlon illilrlei .
dlsapiearcd at the sumo iliuo.Vn C 8. )o0, j. j Jloraguo and I I. "if
trace or either was found until Mor ; Kalwl. ' '
last year, when the hack was kid . . ,. ,f ff ... ...
In posiosslnn or Ma.mJI. II i,u-ed or the hurl,, and ileeiees'llnt be in'iis'i
that he hud l,;Klt from ..enl leMoro It ,o , w . r o
The judge holds that thli tiiio ihls l ,u,,Wo ,he ho n u,tT v
Hon does not uul.o Mnb.iJI th0 ler.her J200. " '
HBfti'mj jL..i.i.iiiiu iili riwni
J IN FORE ItN ports M'j ARRIVED
Tuesday, Jurk i. 153.
I SAN I 11ANCI8CO AiUd ,lune 1
S H. Mnnieiia. lienceMn 2.",.
SAN KUANOISCO S.ill,) May 3'l
Helu Muriel, for Iliina.
SAN FRANCISCO SallcrtJune 1:
H. S. Nippon Main, for lonohilii
AIIJMO Schr. l'KMixT, fron llllo for
ltcdoiido. put In to Ktihnlil Mny :n,
Per S. S. China, for S.m K-nnrlrcii,
June 1, li p. in. Miss Alice C.ucy,
Chas. W. Smith. Mrs. M . Porter.
MIsh Nina .limes, C. P. (llbbms, Mls.i
(llbhons, W. II. flair. Mrs. W'. 11. Rule
I J. A. Leigh. 'Mrs. IJ. A. telgh. Mrs
Cnri-cnier. Mrs. M L. 1). Iiser, Mlsx
M. (I. I'Vikiihoii. Uinest n:il. Miss
Keal.i Kaal, V. II. IJnuuons.Mrs. Mary
IJ. tliveiie. Mrs. Hon. Cuplilii Pniklr.
II 1. ...... I a. ... .. ....
. i ..munis, .ins v. r. tiiiiiiii, Aim,
TltC INTI.I( IBLANII hl(iiiuei M.iu
nil Kcp and Mnuii'i l.o.i l n toil iy al
noon tr theli respective roit of eill
on llntnll ami .Maul. Cipt iln Ki-ee-
inan eaiiiuniiileil the fui-iuer, hllc
Cni'tiiliiTliouipsoii look thaige or (hi
Inller (i place of Captain SimeiKon,
who Is 'epoited ill.
'Non l-twj ribbons. Whitney K
A ouii- tail ileslren a himoii uh
r'''ogiiiiUr. See Want ml.
a lour-t'lliiiier Find aiilomobile Is
foi sale. Fo For HmIo ml lu Mils Issue.
Two nifi( furnished rooms for rent
on Nuiianu avenue, good ventilation,
cool ami ne.t. See ail.
livery evptilment with other liramln
of clg'iis I.iiiIh (ho sruoker back In the
uwi. I he 0l Is the best 3c elgar In
A lewiird h offered for the arrest
and roiirln nf the party who shot
the spotted dior on thu MiMUiilua-vn-tatc.
It Is onlv wInii one has learned by
ilear uxpeileneu lli.it money manage
ment demands ipoit attention, that
tho value or the Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd., Is nppivclated.
l ho letoi- Talkhg Machine makes
homes happy. Yon ran hour the
woild's giealest sliieis and the best
music In j our own lome, lluy a vie
ioi today 1 1 oni nurgltioni JIuxle Co.
OM calabashes, tunas Immense as
sortment, rans. bask.!, mats, Russian
lunii Japanese hrnsn-M llnu.iii x.
IHoiitli Seas Cm lo Co., Alexander Viinuii
,, (ll)lller clcc '
h..0ii ,,.,,, ,,,, " 'h'"'. "
-..,,. .i.tnivu mini f'ouis.
Ooioinor Frqar appointed tho niuu
hois of two or thu Tax Appeal Coiiits
of (he Territory this mornlns.-tliat or
the Finn ih District ami that nf iig
Mftl). The rornw-r iii,mtt,..u ..r ....ni.
court were reappointed The mi n born
or the Hl Tax Appeal eou.-t a" "
Ilaiimrd, W. .McKay and It. T. Guard.'
Monday, May 31
Hit S C Allen Wilier, f i tun Kuiek.i,
Monday, May 31.
Slnir. W. fl. Hall. Thompson, for
Kauai pints, ft p. m.
P. M. S. S. China, Frlele, for Sail
Futurism 0 p. III.
-i- - .,
I' S. A. T. Thomas, fiom Manila, I
Per P. M. S. S. China, Filelo, fiom
the Oileni. June 1. For Honolulu.
Allan Herbert. .Mis. Allan Heibert, H.
Knli l.vashl. K. Sakamoto, Mrs. K. Sa-
kninoto. Through: II. II. Atwoll. K.
Arekl. .Mis. fl. Arnliold, Masler V. (!.
Aiitell. .1. K. Ilalloirjh. (1. H. Hurry. It.
II. Hergstinm, Mis. J. Iloiull, Mrs. John
Ilieoks. Mis. II. J. IJ. Hiown II. Iliuul
luss, Mrs. Wx Hush ami child. Mrs W.
II. Champklii and Infant. Miss IJ.
Clinnipkln, Chock Chung, Miss I).
Clausen, Mrs. W. Crtizlrr, S. I)als.
Miss C. Dlsbiow. (5. F. Dosblen, !-lei-
F. Dumoiilier. IJ. Kdwards, Mrs I..
!' I-Jldld. Miss IJ. V. KIser. Mis. IJ. IJ.
KImt ami liirunl, A. Uveitim, F. A.
risther. Mrs. K. (llllan. Miss IJ. (ill.
Im. Itev. J. II. Ilarpsler, Mrs. .1. II.
Unpaid-, MIhs M. IIoImiii, .1. II. Hug
Kit A. It. Hughes, Mrs. A. H. Iliighes,
It IJ. Hughes, Tims. A. Kellli, Mrs. T.
H Kew, MI.ik V. I.aison. Loo Sul Ting,
A .1 McDonald. II. McKlnnoii. Airs. II.
MiKliiiiiin. mid Infant, Miss IJ. Me
Kli'iimi. Mlsii P. McKilinun, .Master .1.
MrKlnnon. I). Mrdiegor, J, 1). Mill, r.
Mrs. C. Miller. Master .1. Miller. Mls.i
L. .Miller. Miss Jlnry Miller. lte. S. C.
Miller, T. MIhiiI, Surg. Louis Mollis,
U. S. N., I). IJ. Ohlmrii and I children.
Miss Itngon.Mis. A. Itltchlo ami daugh
ter, .tils. F. A. Ito.ith, J, ('. Itobblns,
Mrs. .1. 0. liohliliiH and liir.int. Mis. .1.
W. Itosenatuck unit 3 chlldien, I). I..
Russell. Mi. I). I,. HiisM-ll, (1. A.
Schleelileiiililil, (i. .. Rclilerhtend.ihl,
Jr.. A. H Hiaiinon, MIsb I. L. Shan-
mm. .Mrs J. 11. Soiithgale, .1. II.
Sqtilii's. Mil, J. (. Siiulies nnd ;' chll
dien, C. SUhl, Miss Slark.Mrs. IJ.
Slo.oiihoii, Sis. I-J. Stone, II. L. Stouer,
Piof. J. L. Kiirt, IJ. Swift, W. T.i)lui,
Mrs. W'. Tajlor ami 3 (lilldien. Miss
Taylor, Mrs. rj. IJ. Thatcher. Tso
Chong lllain, I). H. Wadllnv'ton, A. W.
Walkup, Miss IJ. Walkup, Mrs. M. Wan
ner, Mi C. Vaui. 1). T. Wiley. It.
Wollwood. Mil. H. Wellwood, Youiw
Another big Piumotlnu ('iin)iullteo
mall will go oi.t on the China imin.
Theie nro no lua of falling off in tho
deiuand Mr IUuhIIiiii llteraliire. aud
Secietary Weal's stufr tit tin eomnilt
tee rooms In tho Young hinldlm; h
putting In ovu-tlme getting the mil
matter lu learlness.
Auditor lllclnell has Just iecelw-1
woul or tio doith of his brolhftr.li. i ,.
In an iicrldem, on the Coast.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Lawch with 4-Cytua
Motor, $175, Complete.
'IFF. CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS '
Kins St. opp'iic South St