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Add to its pleasures by buying a KODAK.
After vacation, let us develop your films.
Oceanic SI. ltd.
Rose Croix Installation,
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Older ato cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
BAliilOHY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever; Monday evening Hi
T-an in l. o o I' Hull. Fort Street.
v i: U. IH'.NDIIY, Secretary.!
r. D. wicki:, m. o. I
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, X. of P. I
Mi ( eir) first and third Frl-'
luj leiitnjt at 7.30 In K. o( 1'. Hall,
corner Fort and llerttaula. Visiting
C rot hem I'urdluily limited to uttenrt.
r. it nigbnt, c. c.
It GOSLING, K. II. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.ndge No. C1G, 11. 1 O.
Elks, nil. is In their hull, on King
Street, mar l'oit, oeiy l'rlday even
ing. i-iilng mothers urc cordially
Invited tu attend.
K. A. IJOITIIITT, i:. It.
II. V i:STON, Scc'y.
Wm. M'JUHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o cloi U In K. ot 1.
Uall, cor. Fort and Hen Inula. Visit
ing bmlbxrs cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Mcc.urcw. . n.
K. A. JACOliSUN. K. . s.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WKD
ME8DAY KVoiut.KH of e.tc-h month at
7;80 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hull, corner
Romania and Tort streets.
Visiting Bugles ure Invited to it
tend. V M. MoC'OY, W , Prost.
H. T MOOI'.i:. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TUI3E No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
, Meats rverr first and third Thuri
fy 61 e.T-li month nt Knights o(
J'ythlu. Hall. Visiting hrotheri cor
dially lnviiod to iittend.
t:i:o S'.NDBRSON, Sachem,
i: v T(ji). c: of it.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
1 113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
Jfjg? QULLCriN AD8 PAV
Valuable to all Hawaiian
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Hew Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
Levy's for Groceries
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
THE FLORIST, HOTEL Y0UNQ Bid.
All the late ones.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO. LTD.
Hotel St., near Fort.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEAHIHG CO.
132 Bcretania St.
Ladies' and cents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeincr and dry
cleaning. Telephone 490.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
Tectorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DlRT.
At 'Yotir Grocer's.
BERET ANIA ST.,NEARAL'AKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
1 Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn-in?,
Fort JStreet, b$ow Hotel
CARRIAGES - ""?:
LOCAL AND 6ENEKAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cenU at the
Ten good auto-backs. Phoui 6
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal in town.
Take your carriage or Automobile
to ilawallnn Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
,Inter-ltland and 0. R. & U shipping
books for salo at the Dullotln
oOlce, EC each. .
Cases of fresh Jellies, Jams and chut
ney now ready. Send n cobc. Mrs.
Kcarns will see to It.
The case against Wan lloon, who Is
charged with selling opium without u
license, was continued tilt Juno 8.
Anything new In the sporting Itnet
Anything good In the. liquor lino? You
can find It nt "The Two Jacks."
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
Win, Sea'rby, Btitierlnii'ii'leiit of the
II. C. & 8. Co., mill at I'uuncnc, Maui,
arrived In the city yesterday and re
turns home this ovunlng.
Kololnpolo was up before Judge An
drade this morning on a charge of
vagrancy und had u susended sen
tence of thirteen months registered
Sblgenaga, who Is charged with
keeping u horse that did not belong to
him. Is ti; for trial before Judge An
drado today. Attorney peters Is for
the defenso and Douthltt Is prosccut
Ing. VIVAS WOULD NOT
Attorney Vivas resents the Insin
uation thut ho would tnke iees from
both sides In a case. ,
"I consider It an Imputation
ugalnst the honesty and honor, of
the whole Portuguese, colony, and
more especially against the Portu
guese lawyers now practicing in this
Territory. The lawyers of my na
tionality In this country compare as
well with, If not better than any
other rnce. As to the statement
that 1 was the first tu .demur wjtli
II. P. Ilaldwln, there Is no truth, In
It whatsoever. I suggested to Mr.
Ilaldwln that I should go go to Por
tugal and get COO families, but Mr.
Ilaldwln said it would be too expen
sive." Mr. Vivas said that the flullo
1 1 n account ot the $10,000 offer
was correct and that the morning
paper was all wrong.
Two cottages on Young Btreet, Nos.
1310 and 1308. Two bed rooms,
closets, elcc(rlc lights and gas.
Apply on premises. 4320,-Ct
Our Cutter is a Graduate
Mitchell Cutter's School
of New Ydfk l
W. W. Ahana Co.,
I H '-flHiVHBJMItWB1 'l!B
The right way and the wrong way of packing furniture for shipment.
Our way is the right way.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
Jas. H. Love. Phone 152.
WASHINGTON, June 3. The Senate began Its night sessions to
night for the discussion of the tar 1(1. Todtiy's proceedings weie
marked with three hours of heated debute between Slono nud Ald
rlch relative to n wage statement supplied by the Herman government
nt the request of Secretary Knox. "
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PHILADELPHIA, June 3. Service on the surface lines was Irreg
ular until nightfall. Several elevated railway men have Joined the
strikers. The Mayor says u settlcmcnUls piobablu l'rlday.
ST. PBTKIlSIlUIta, Julie 3.
meet at Cov.es in August.
Call and Bee Uncoro Mike Paten mix
drinks and )on won't find a dead one,
Pete Hlgglns Is no longer In the cm
ploy of the Peerless Preserving Paint
Do up-to-date. Use wireless for com
municating with Incoming and outgo
ing steamers uud with the other Is
lands, flutes are low.
Go to Levy's for groceries. The
choicest stock and most courteous ser
vice In town, Don't forget to order a
tin of Chlranlelll's Cocoa. Phone 7.
June brides! Start housekeeping
right by getting uu IMdy refrigerator,
Uest that's made. Low In price. Sold
by Thco. II. Davlcs & Co., hardware
Do not forget tho Mutiiniiu salo at
the Parish House of St. Andrew's Ca
thedral Saturday afternoon. Admis
sion 10 cents. A goo'd time for uvory
one to procuro cool garments.
Help the dry goods salesmen and
sales ladles enjoy a half-holiday Sat
urday by doing your shopping carl.
Sachs Dry Goods Co. makes somo "ery
tempting offers for Saturday morning
buyers. Sco ad.
We supply the best wood and coal
In tho city and deliver promptly. Tiu
fact that wo do the largest business of
this kind In tho city Is because wo give
tho greatest value, Union-Pacific
Transfer Co. Phono 58.
Many a business man has tho'bcbt
of Intentions about changing his ads
every week, but . 'Why not em
ploy the services of Tiio'Chas. It. Frai
ler Co., who make a special! of this
Hue of work.. Phone 371.
Gas, both as fuel and an lllumlnant,
Is growing rapidly Into (pppuiar!ty for
Its economic features and tho Honolu
lu Oas o Ltd., Is making Installa
tions at the rate .of fpur each day. The
company has a staff of nptnictors who
tako pleasure In teaching tho houso
v;lfo, or the servant, how to manipulate
the stove. A child can cook with gas
and with nbsolntp safoty.
WHINSTON At the Queen's Hospital.
June i, 1909, August Whliist,.)!!. late
nn employe of the-Commciclal Pn-
c!flq Cable Co.
Czar Nicholas and King Kdward wilt
Resolution May Be Offer
ed Arraigning Rain
For His Action
J. A. Itath, the head of tho Pa
latini Settlement, who bus 'Hied a
piotest against the appointment of
A. (J. M. Robertson as Second Unit
ed States Judge, will be relegated to
the trail of the lonesome pine at this
afternoon's meeting of the liar As
sociation. It is understood thut the Associa
tion us a whole willrc-alllrm its
confldenpe In the Integrity uud fit
ness ot Mr. Robertson to grace the
high position tendered him. It Is
also said strong resolution on the
subject will be Introduced at the
pieetlng which will state In no nn
certain terms what the members
think ot Mr. Ruth's action and the
Instigation of the piotest, for It H
1 elleved that Its author was not
nlono In tho matter,
should be piomptly exterminated.
When nsl.cd by a II ti 1 I e ( I n lu
poller for u statement this morning,
J A. Until stated that he had notlf
lug lo say at this time, A request
(or a copy of the cablegram which
he sent, opposing the appointment
of A. G, M. Robertson as Second
Federal Judge, ulso was refused,
Ratli saying that to give out such u
copy would not be com t eons to the
person to whom he addressed the
TUB MATSON tug Intrepid, Cup
luln Hyde, sailed yesterday after
iioon for Kuhiilul, Maul, where it
Is expected sho will tow back to
Honolulu tho schooner Prosper, '
which wns reported to be In u leuk
Ing condition. Captain Iljdu of the
tug some time ago lecelved a wiie-j
Jess message from the master of the
T ,.i . I . .. '
nuaper, uskihb lor uttsisiance. it
is expected that tho Intrepid will
return to this poil with the bchoon
cr In tow.
" IN FOREIGN PORTS f I DEPARTED
Friday, June 1.
HAN FRANCISCO Sailed Julie 1
S S. Mexican, ftir Seattle
SHATTLK Arrived lime I
17. 8. A T Dlx. hence Mu 27,
KAlHI.l'l Sailed .lime 2
S. S Texan, (or lllln.
BRING BUT LITTLE
Valuable Articles Are
Bought in By
The I en Hinder or Jewelry iiinslstlug
of about I'M illy al lb lis, the ,nopi'lt
of Ihe I.ite Piliire David, wctc disposed
of al pnlitii sab- tod.o foi J.!T" Till
Ineliid il two sliait's or P.icluc Club
hlocl.. Twenty-five shines of Florence
Oil stock ami one shale ot lleielaui
Club stock woe withdrawn finni sale
'Ihe beautiful goM biaeclet lip
piaUed al W". set with nine dla
iiiDinls was wilhdinwn fioni hidden,
us the highest prleo offricd was $100
A. N. Campbell seemed ihe gold le
pealing stop watch for Ilm). Albert
Afong gut the gold elgaiettu easu.il
$70. Pun! .Muhlendoif leeured tlif
pair of gild Hfeove buttons t.et wltt
illaiuon.ls ul $30.
Several tu tides were bought in foi
Prince Kuhlo. Including one gild rune
bend, 1 guld cigar i utter, and M:m
gold sleeve buttons.
The other buyers were .1 L. Coke
who seemed flic MusOule ring nt (It, n
watch ohm ill uud chain. Hairy Ann
itage, A. Van Hniibcii, uud .1. W .Me
urosscn. j no I'ncine nun siock wa.
bought In at S15 a share for the club
Judge Alexander Lindsay and Doe
tors Mooie and lleiliert weie this
morning appointed by (lincinu Fic.ir
memberri of the Lunacy Commission,
and Albert Judd a member of the
Hoard of Kiliieatlon. As puldlthed In
the II il I let lu yi'sterda), the four
men wcro endorM-d Wedueula fur
their lespectlve positions by tho Ite'
piihllean Centinl CoiuiultKe.
(Continued from Pass )
hours has she spent dieamliig of nil
that was Inst to her? Wbnt agon
ies of despair have shaken her and
torn her soul? And what thoughts
have been hers as) hho paced beside
the beach of Kulutipupu uud lool.eil
off across the shining sen und
thought of her home uud of the
loved ones ft run whom she wus toin
by the stiung mill ot the law, fioni
whom she was separated, she
Now Augusta Fieltas is fiee. Hut
who Is lu repaj her for all she bus
lost? What Is to iiiahe up lo her for
wasted outli, for her lung days of
inentul anguish, fur the consequences
that condemned her to a lire, mining
the lepers? And how Is (die to bo
lreed from (he stlgmu of tho word
"Lepei" Hint will ulwas follow
her? I'm- a llo.it d of Health ccitin-
cale Is of little avail against popti-1
mr piejudlcj' and common bollof. I
i. veil tumor Is nioie often believed
Kiel en supposed lepers ro-cxamlii-ed
and every one of thoni found to
be well. Truly a fine record.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phou 185
Thursday. June 3.
Stmr V (!. Hall. Tboiiipi.on. for
Kuuil. Ti p in.
Tug Inliepld, lljde, towing selioou
er I'rii'per, finiii Kahulul, p. in.
A. II. S. S. Vligliilau, (loin Sail
U. S, Cruiser lluffulo, fioni Sail
Francl(.eo, a. in.
P M S S. Manchuria, from YnkiA
hniu.i, a. in.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
aiial, June .1, ti p. m. Mr. Ilutsky,
dis. J. H. White, Mrs. lloldell, Mr.
Ionian, Jlr. Cluik, Kenneth Winter, J.
I Coney, .Mrs. Kuneliiwii, Mrs. C. Mill
er. .!. M. l.ldgate
I'er stmr Cluudlm-, fur Maul ports
jnd llllu. June I. ." ). m.. Mrs. Annlo
K. Dickey, Mrs. W. Mniiu, A. Ahrens,
.. S. (IJumIiiiiii, F. Thompson, Mr.
.'oke, Miss V. Feriiamleif, Miss John
iu. K. Ilenrlques, Ilev. .1. Fuktidu.
'saae llilhl, Itev. .1. I' Cownn, S. K.
Wooley, Mrs. Annlo Kekiiewu,
TUB STBAMICIt Claiidlne, which nr
hed from llllu and way ports yester
hy nioinliig, will leave this afternoon
rnr her leguhir pints of call on Muul
and Hawaii. She will take a consider
ible amount or ri eight for tho Islands,
eliirnlng to Honolulu next Wednes
lay. Instead of Thursday.
Friday, Juno I.
TcinpeiatiireK ft a. in., (!9j 8 u. nt,
71; 10 n. m., 7P; noun, 81 j morning
Ilaroiueter. 8 a. m., nu.03; nbsoluto
liiiinldlt. S u. in., fi.131 giulns per
ruble font; relative humidity, 8 a, m..
!2 per cent; dew point, 8 u. in., 08.
Wind i! n. in., velocity 3, direction
V.: 8 a. in, velocity 2, dlrectlun SB.;
10 n. in., veloelly H, dlieclloii B.j noon,
velocity 10, dliectiou K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended S a.
in.. .03 Inch.
Total wind movement dnrlni? 21
boars i-ndiil at noun, 207 mlleti.
betllnn Dlrcrtur. Weuther -Hiireau.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
GREAT BALLOON RACE DUE SOON
Indianapolis. Ind. Tho national
chunipiniiHhlp balloon race or the Aero
Club or America, to be started from
this city June B, Is In creasing In In
teresl. A. Holland Fui lies of Nme v,-l-
chilli mini (if tho enutest roinmltteo of
uie aoio u or Amerlen. states thut
every pilot who fcmrts will receive u
sliver meilal. und Ids nssbilnui will r.
ceei. a brono liophy. Among' the
new tiophlcs olleieil Is thut f Cml
Usher, of this city, who will offpr u
handsome pulse to, the pilot lemnlii
lug lu the air tho limuest time. All thn
cnnleslaiits will bq eligible fur tho
There are now a sufficient tinmlim-
of entries to Indicate thut the mem
will ho tho biggest of Its kind over
"lions" oiiSBUVKs noi.riRv
WUDDINCI London, May 17.
Lord Unbelts is today celebrating
tho golden annlycrsaiy of his wed
ding. The king und nueen wen.
nninng the eaillest to remember the
day and the newspapers mo full ot
eulogies of the veteinn
Sea Wrens, $tOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opjvN South St. J