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nvnNINO HUt.l,CTIN, HONOLULU, T; I!.. WfitiNKSUAY.'JUNU 2, 1909
BABY CARRIAGES - Umm
185. King Street
I Hose Croix Installation.
Honolulu Chcpter Royal Arch.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Order ore cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UARM01IY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets overy Monday evening l
7:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
12 II. llKNDItY, Secretary.
V. U. WICKH. M. U.
Alf visiting brothers very cordially
OAKU 10D0E. No. 1, Z. of P.
Met every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:.!0 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Heretanla. Visiting
trothers cordially Invited to attend.
r. it. nugknt, c. c.
It. aOSI.INO. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Hocululu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
Kike, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Kort, every Friday even
ing. i-dllng Hi others are cordially
' Invited to attend.
11. A. UOl'THITT, 13. it.
II. C. LWSTON, Sec'y.
Wn. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Tort nnd Heretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGItKW, C. O.
C. A. JACOHSKN. K. K. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30jO'clnck in K. ot P. Hull, corner
Beretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend.' ' W. It MeCOY, W., Prcst.
II T MOOP.K. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TMIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Mc,ctr every first and third Thursday-
of each month at Knights o(
Pytblap Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO SWUKRSON. Sachem.
H. V TODD. C. of R.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST JEWELERS.
AKE another visit to
n HALEIWA. You'll
St. Clair Bidgocd, Mgr.
MRS. ROSENBERG YOUNG HOTEL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221 !
; King St.; if. u. uox ui.
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lg5 editorial rooms 250 &"
ness office. These are the telephon
rumbers of the Bulletin office.
jgy DULLETIN AP8 PA i
1 inn im
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain,
Just ask for the kind you
lehnhardt's Candies always
Kinp and Fort Sts.
Levy's for Groceries
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Valuable to all Hawaiian
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
New Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
make homes happy,
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co.. Ltd.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Jeretania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeine and dry
cleaning. Telephone 496.
M. A. Gunst fc Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
Pau Ka Hana
At Yon? 'Grqce'!.
BERETANIA ST., NEAR' AlXkEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice, Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred, sheets ot good
paper for twenty-five cenU' at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone, 6,
Al. Thurlow of the, Royal Annex
serves the finest meals lo tow ,
Take your carriage or autpmobllt
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., (ot
Inter-Island aud O. R. & L. shipping
books for tale at the Bulletin
office, CO each. '"
Anything new In the snorting lltus?
An) thing good In thejlquqr lino; . Ypu
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
Kaglana Kelchl, Just, a ii'nlu dtunk,
was ui livfore Judge Andrnda till
morning and was fined four dollars.
Pomalkal Hatiula, a vtahlne, wns
fined 110 this morning, for assault pud
battery; Judge Andrade ai tue lining
There v. II I lie a iolo practice at Mo-
analua this afternoon at, 4;30, and all
players are requested to turn out and
have a strike,
V. Schaedler, who had a regular
tool on )esterday, paid Ills rejpects to
Judge Andrade this morning and the
penalty was "Three and one"
Mrs. A, A. lleas, of 2005 Kalla road,
a the hostess yesterday at a delight
fill lawn party. Luncheon was served
on the lawn and the guests then don
ned their hathlng suits and sfent the
nfternon In the water.
There will he a meeting of the Ka
lanlanaole League this evening at 7:30
In. the Real Estate, Exchange, All mem
bers are requested to attend as .some
tmiortant business Is to come, up for
Josephine Peter and Mary MfcCaud
less who are alleged to have made
sleeping an Impossibility around, In
th? vicinity of the place they Inhabit,
were each fined )G this morning by
Pallkapal was loaded up on beer till
his tonsils were afloat, was urcoimno.
dated with a room at the station rmurc
for the night and this morning fated
the music. It cost Pall just four plunlts
to square the matter.
K. R. Hath has been awirded the
contract for putting In the contem
plated sewer system nt the Hoys' In
dustrial School at Wnlalee. Ills bid
was S86G.G8. The Legislature ap
propriated $1,600 for the construc
tion of. the system. The work will
be done. by the boys ot the school.
I llakalau paid a dividend ot IS this
morning. It Is needless to explain that
this Hakalau was a man, not a plan
tatlon. The man was proved to have
been pie eyed )estcrday notulthstand'
Ing Mr. Woollcy's denunciation of the
Demon Ruin,; It was not mm, however,
that caused llaku's downfall, It woj
It was an abnormal love f wluo that
got Kealoha Kiwa Into plllkla last
night. Instead of attending Mr. ".Vonl
ley'B meeting and learning of, Ihi- evils
of booie, "Thejoco or nlnu'' fllh'i, up
on cheap liquid sunshine to the detri
ment of his brain pan, aril had to dig
up. four pieces of slver tint iii'irnlng
n, thu.Pp'l00 Court
VERDICT IS MED
A motion was made by the attor
neys for the defense yesterday In
the case of the 125,000 damage suit
of Garcia versus the Walalua Agri
cultural Company for a directed ver
dict. The case was argued all aft
ernoon and all this morning. Judge
De.IIolt will announce his ruling at
2 o'clock when the lupry comes back,
but he told the attorneys Informally
thai he would deny the motion.
The granting of the motion would
have brought to a sudden end the
trlql which .has already lasted sev
The dofenEe will begin to put on
Its witnesses Jhlp .afternoon.
TO RAISE EFFICIENCY
OF .THE PACIFIC FLEET
WASHINGTON. The Navy Depart,
men! will trv to havs nit tlm rniialm
jto. be. made,. lo the Pacific fleet com
pleted by tho middle, of the summer,
latter which there will be a series of
I maneuvers with tho.vlow to bringing
! tho fleet up to tho efficiency acquired
J by tho AtlunUo flee in, Its. cruise
I around tho world.
THE UNITEDRTATES cruiser Buf.
falo will probably arrive here next Sat.
urday morning. She reported hy wire
less of hor approach.
Our Cutter is a Graduate
Mitchell Cutter's School
of New YorjT
W. W. Ahana Co.,
CELEBRATE-RISE. OF SAN FRANCISCO.
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LOS AN'QRLGS, June 1. Ambassador and Madame Jusscraud have
arrived here en route to San. KrancUco, where the .French envoy will pi
sent the medal struck by his government In recognition of the rise hi'
that city from Its ashes
COPPER MAN IN JAIL.
NEW YORK, June 1 George Ilaglln, vice president of the Uullel
Copper Company, has been sent to the Tombs by Federal Judge Lacombn
because of hls.fiJliire to produce tne books of the company before th
MILITIA TO QUELL STRIKERS,
SACRAMENTO, June 1. Flvn companies of mill tin have been or
dered In the McCloud river, where
emplnje of 'the railroad company.
WASHINGTON, June 1 The
Me)er's regulation prohibiting the marriage of midshipmen before tin
completion of their six years' training,
WASHINGTON, June 1. Llnilenant-aeneral Arthur MacArlhur
retires from, active service Wednesday,
Ills rank will then, cease to exit.
The right way and the wrong way of packing furniture for shipment.
Our way is the right way.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
Jaj. H. Love. Phone 152,
Contains ifa patatabb qualities
that can only be ojfained by
strict adherence to scientific
principles of purity end nutriment
(Continued fromPast U
body. They belleyo in tho Integrity
and, honesty of Negoro and 0n.that.u9
co)in,t they voted to give hi in a month
ly salary. N
Strikers Still Believe.
.Despite the resolution of tho Plant
ers' Association, rcfuslngto ralsp Jho
wages of tho Japanese strikers op ,tlie
plantations, the strikers still believe
that, they will eventually win. They
t!Iuk,that tho Plantera' resolution was
simply a bluff and that, they cannot
keen on aing,tho citron, laborers at
tho rate of li.SO a 'day, That means
that they will have to fall -hack on tho
Japanese laborers lo..work on. tho plan
Molokal Delegate. Arrives,
"slilrul, who claims to have been sent
down here, by the, strike sympathizers
on Molokal, is In, Honolulu.. Ho arrived
last Sunday and Is now studying the
situation. When seen this morn
ing In a barber shop ho stuto-
June 1 The Senate will begin night tariff session.!
there Is a strike of Italians under the
President has approved Secretary
having reached the' age limit
-.-i. 1-1 .n-ji mil
ed that tin Molokal ooplo havo
already siibHlhed J100. "Thcro are
about ISO Jt.ineso on the Islnnd of
Molokal, but ley stand ready to help
tho strlkeis.'sald he When asked
whether Ihn ipaneso ou that island
wcru conlvmialiig a stilku, ho said
there was nosatdon for It, He said
I that thero wn.no plantation on Molo
kal nnd on tit account they would
simply go on orklng for themselves,
Ho said, how-er, that If their ser
vices wero tided by tho Btrlkeru
they woro wlhg to respond Immed
iately. Law and Ordc
A promlnenlcltUeii spe-iklng lakt
evening of the)a,)iiitse cook tit tho
( Insano Asylum;ho indicated tl :,i he
cifpecled to cotimi! th-ce dollais of
'1,1a imnilntiu , nl. . I......nn ....I, .. ..
,,,, L-M,,,,hf1 ,,UI7 U lIUIttrt-V. ltUlj,bt.
said hat ho tlmht It was niioi'. tlino
the Territorial ovei.imenl ctuted to
employ peoiluh.i aic .is'.lstl-r the
continued deflao of thu law "Tho
Japaneso Agltors and Thugs nro
practically sett up a separate gov-
jornntent heiOald he. "They aro
tlircatcnlng pole uml muwntliib'
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, June 2.
lOKOHAMA Sailed Ma) '.:
S. S Munchurlii. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived .May 3d:
S. S. Tcnyii Mnru, hence Mny 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived June 1.
Schr. W 11. Mnrston, hence May II.
SAN I'HANCISCO Sailed June 2:
f). H. Illlonliui, for Honolulu.
VICTOIUA Arrived Juno 1:
H. S. Mnkura hence Mny 2.".
I'OItTI.ANI) Arrived June 1:
Sp. Kiledn, henco May 8.
(IHAY'S HAItllOlt Arrived June 1.
Schr. C. A. Thayer, hence Mn) II.
lXIXMJ-Sallei! May 31:
S S. Texan, for Kuhiilul.
1 WATERFRONT NOTES
AKTHIl TUB PASSKNdKUS had
been seretiaded by tho Hawaiian baud,
the Pacific Mull liner China. Cnptuin
IVelele, pilled out fnim tho Channel
wharf and headed for Sail I'ranclsoo.
Ernest Kaat and his musicians took
pafsage In her. They will play at the
Seattle exposition dining the contlnu
atlon of the fulr. A largo number of
relatives uiid friends wcru nl the
Till: AMIlItlCAN-IIAWAIIAN liner
Virginian Is expected tu urilve from
the coast on I-'rld.i). Shu will bring
miscellaneous cargo for this port The
Mexican, of the same line, will leave
San rranclsco June 10, fur Honolulu.
THU STKAMKIt W. (1. Hall, arriv
ing from Kauai Hilt morning, brought
COCO bags sugar, 3 horses, 3 lid cattle,
CO cases honey, IK sacks cocojiiiiIh, 1
package, 2 empty gas. drums,
TIIK INTKIl-iSLANI) steamers
which left )eslordny alternoou were
the Klnau and Noeuu for Kuual, and
Mlkahala for Molokal, Maul and I jnal.
A verdict of sulilde was rendered
by the rornner's July ut the Inquest
on Hie hody of l-'riink M. Clillds, who
shot himself on Monday night. The
deceased has a brother who resides
at Wntervllle, Mich, and n nleeu who
Is nt present living In Mcudoii, .Midi.
Among his effects wns found 11 dis
charge from the Siena, nu which ho
had been eniplojed ns 11 waller.
Clillds, who wns about fir, c.irn ot
nge, had been very dripoiiuvnt liilely,
nnd that fact, coupled with the
knowledge that he was vulTerlng
from n severe stomaih trouble, prob
ably Induced the unfortunate man. to
make nn end ot ever)thtng.
185 editorial rotms 25G h"'1
ness office. These aro the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
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them from going to work Tiny are
thicateniiig other ki p'c and nuking
them couti Unite to biululii the loafeis
and law hrcakeis. It Is itbinit time
something wns done. This tnwn should
stand for luw ami order if they have to
swear In every citizen us a spurlal 1 c t -lit)'.
And ahiive all tin- Teriltorlal
government should not Ik- Mippoitliig
lawlessness or ngeiitH nf lawtessiiess
There has been enough of It and It
That tho Hawaii Shlnpo still ie
mains popular among the Intelligent
Japaneso la claimed hy that paper,
which says the brunch of the Japan
ese High Wage Association In Kwu at
a recent meeting, decided In result
fcilbe for the Hawaii Shlnui. The
members of tho association lepresent
the prefccluieu of Hiroshima nnd Yn
magiichl. Since the stnko broke out,
the mi-uibcm of this branch decided to
suspend subscribing for tho Hawaii
Shlnpo. As the strike situation
dragged along and nothing encurn'
lug was reported In the Nlppu JIJI, the
organ of the strikers, they became
suspicious. They asked tho leadera of
the strikers for explanation as to tho
delay in getting thu high wages, hut
when they received unconvincing ,ms
era, they decided to subscribe for tlie
Hawaii Shlnpo again.
Question. on Citizen Paper.
One of tho Japaneso telephoned over
to (he II 11 1 1 c 1 1 n olllco today, unking
If the Terrlloijal (lou-inuicnt. tlu-migli
the Governor, has decided uni. to Issue
any 111010 "Citizen Paper" t'i the lla-
wnllan-boin Japanese. Hu t.ul that
he had beard the iieoplu xpcaklni:
about the refusal of thu (ovpiuur, lo
tssiio tho "Cltlzep papeis" lo the Ha
waiian born Japanese. Ho was In
formed that tho ropoit wiu false.
Pineapple Men Satisfied.
The Japanese plneannlo nlanters.
who are working nt Wahlawa, aro mil
Isfluil with their pay, Thei taeli ie-
eclve SO cents a day. They s.i- that
iiiq pay wao all light nnd 011 Hint ac
count they havo no kick coi dn' to
ward the planters. Wuci naked
whither they woro siibscilbliih lovvaul
the "strlko fund," they decline.! to air
their irlvutu business
Maklno Cooling Down,
Maklno, the "boss" of the ttilkuis
had nothing to say this morning, liu
wus busily engaged in conversation
with one of tho prominent Jiipunesa
merchants, nnd did not caro to speak
lo tho representatives of tho piosh.
He, as usual, la hoping to hce the
planters comu to Ills tours.
Wednesday, June 2.
Btinr. W. (, Hull, Thompson, from
Kimnl, 4,01 a. m.
1 Tuesday, June I.
Hlmr. Mlknhnln, for Maul nnd Molo
kal, ",:10 p. 111.
Hlmr. Noenu, I'lllz, for Kauai, C.il.'i
Stmr. Kluau, (lregnry, for Kauai,
r,.l, p, m.
P. M. S. H. China, titr Han PranclKCn,
11. ir, p. 111,
"AMI. S. H. Virginian, from San
Francisco, 11. Ill,
V. S, Ciulser llurfnlo, from Sun
j , PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
I'.t slmr, W, (1, Hall, Thompson,
fiom Knii'il, .limit 2. 0. Inouje, II.
Kehlmerger, Itev Kaawal, Matsuda, C.
W. S. Iloerlng. J. II. Coney, Mrs. O.
W. OjiIiiiiiiih, J. A. Hogg, W. II. lllce.
Mr Twi-edlo nnd 10 derk,
Per S. S. China, for 81111 Francisco,
.I111111 I, B p 111. Miss Allco Carey,
ChUH. W. Hmltli, Mis. M. M. Porter,
Miss Nina JniH-H, C. P. (Ublions, MIs
aibbons. W. II. dale. Mrs. W. II. Oale,
I!. A. Leigh. Mrs. K. A. Leigh, Mrs.
I'arrenlcr. Mrs. M. I- I). Fraiwr, Miss
M. (1. Ferguson, Hrncst Knal, Miss
Koala Knal, F. II, Kmmons, Mrs. Mary
15. (Ireeno. Mr. Hun, Captain Parker,
W F. (loblas, Mrs, W. F. (lohlas, A. J.
Campbell, .Mrs. 'Augur. Sam Koko,
(leorge Kaawa, .las. K, Ahloy, Daniel
Makaena, .las. Kamakinl, Chas. P. Ka
lelhoMrs. A. T It Jackson and threu
chlldieti, MIrk Moo It. Weir.
Itoynl Annex for oysters, oralis,
frogs' legs mid IoImIoih. Seo sign.
luiHirted pattern hats; great reduc
tion sale begins Monday ut Khlcrs &
The City Transfer Co. will make 11
mutual ileasuie (if any work entrust
ed to Us care.
A .voting lady desires a position na
assistant bookkeeper or private 1 cen
tal y. Seo ad.
A man with fifteen ) ears' hotel ex
pel leneo desires poylllou In hotel or
club, Seo advt todny'ti Issue.
A largo furnished room nt Walklkl
Ileal b; bath mid electric lights; n,
juiiiik mini preferred. See ad.
A man with twenty )ears' Colonial
experience wishes situation, small
manufacturing or retail business. Seu
Oion 11 savings account today with
Thu Hank of Hawaii, Ltd. Thus )ou
will. havo ready cash always on hand
when you need It; and drawing 4i per
cent rouiHMiud Intel est.
I miles' undorvests at flvo cents each
Is an offering lit L. Ahny's on Nuiianu
below Hotel. WI1II0 cotton nt 10 cents
a yard Is 11 genuine bargain,
You are doing what ull oilier wise
housewives aro doing when )ou iino
Centennial's Ilest Flour. It u tho
best Hour In tho nnrket. Henry May
A: Co., Ltd., distributors.
Pi lino Is a light, mild beer contain
ing a low percentage of ulcohol. When
)ou want a glass of beer ho sure to
specify "I'rlmo" because Its the beer
that's brewed In suit the climate.
Iho Ideal summer drink Is a blend
of Sauerbruiiiier and Thuerlnger. tho
piiiu mountain laspherry Julco from
Ontliu, (iiuuuuy. These goods wild In
casu lots by II. Hnckfeld & Co. Ltd.
Thus, F. MoTlgho & Co, havo ju.-it
received In original packages from
S.ilu 1111 Invoice of genuine celebrated
Duff niirdon Amontillado sherry, guar
anteed to be twenty years old befom
Tho (llobo-W'ernlclie sviitem of nulls
In bookoatoH and olllco fixluips hus
never been uiiuled. Kven thujuveiitor
Of thu sectional eases has never been
able to Imprtivo on his oilglnal plans.
Seo the Olllco Supply Co.
A careful consideration (if the differ
eut filing systems and card Indexes;
will decldo )ou In favor of tho Yay.
man & Ilrho method, lino now as
bnitment or theso goods at Hawaiian
Nuvvs Co., Ltd., Young Illdg.
Tlie Hawaiian Trust Comnanv hi,
Issuod tho thlid edition of tin i,ri.!..i
entitled "Hawaiian SuquiIiIub." Thin
is u complete revlow of tho leading
stocks and boiidB ou tho Honolulu n,
kot ami a general reliable slit,.,,,..,,, .,,
Hie finances of tho Territory.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Qje
... . "" 10i complete.
'HE CHAELES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St opp"sj 8onth Si, j