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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, MAY 7, 190D.
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Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Honolulu Cemmandcry Reg
ular p m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Ucl Aloha Chapter No. 2 Reg
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ut local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F Hall, Tort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.!
V. D. 1CKE, N. 0. I
AIIvlltlug brothers very cordially
OAini LODGE. Ho. 1, K. of F.
Meets every first and third Frt-4a-
ovenlug at 7:30 In K. ut I'. Hull,
corner Fort nnd llerctnnla. Visiting
Srothcr cordially Invited to attend.
r. it ntuent, a. a
it. gosling, K. II. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. T. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgu Ni. filC. II. I. 0.
Ell.s, meets in the'.r hall, c.u King
Street, near 1'uit. -trr 1'ilday otcn
Ins. Vlslilng liii'thus aie cordially
Invited ti) j i lend
H. A. OOITTIIITT. II. R.
11. C. KAHI'ON. Si-p'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP.
i-Mccts every 2nd and Ith Saturday
veiling at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
Uall, t-or. Fort urn1 Ilorct.inla. Visit
ing bnithorj cordially Invited to at
tend. v. m. Minitmv, e. a
E. A. JACOIISEN, K. It. S.
BOHOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on Hip 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY ovciiinss. of cnclt month at
7:30 o'clock l'i K. of 1'. Hull, corner
CnrcUnln nnd Port streets.
Vialtlug Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M Mi COY. W., l'rost,
f II. T. MUOKi:. Gocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every Hist and third Thuri-
4ay of cadi month at Knights of
Pythias Hull. Vlhltlng brothers cor
dially intlted to nttenil.
OKO SNDKRSON. Sachem
i: V TODD. C. of It.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
jjy OULLEriN AD3 PAY
Vv'r have a beautiful line
of place cards and bridge
Also dominos and cards,
Oat & Mossman,
7G Merchant St. near F. 0.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a. m.. including Saturdays; 3-0
p. m., excepting Saturdays.
Hew Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
Levy's for Groceries
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work. '
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUHG Bid.
All the late ones.
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO. LTD.
Hotel St., near Fort.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEAHING CO.
132 Bcretania St.
Ladies' and Rents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 496.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AHD KING STREETS.
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald B"ldg.
Pau Ka Hana
TnE ENEMY' TO DIRT.
BERETAHIA ST. NEARxALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every moraine-
Fort Street, below Hotel
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ten good auto-hacks. .PhntiA B.
The Royal Annex is the placo to
get. the best meal in town.
The hand will play at the sailing of
the S. S. Manchuria for the Const.
Don't forget tho Evelyn Thaw
Trial to be shown at theGem Theater
Tukb "your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
Intcr-Uland and O. R. & L. shipping
books for talo at the Bulletin
office, St) each.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and A.
M., will meet In Masonic Temple at
7:30 this ctenlng.
Tho Manchuria passed Nawlllwlll,
Kauai, at noon nnd should Im sighted
early this afternoon.
The steamer Maunn Loa, coming
from Kau-Kona ports, Is due to ar
live tomorrow morning.
Anything new In tho sporting lino?
Anything good In tho liquor lino? You
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Kx-Governor anil Mrs. Carter nnd
family will occupy a cottage at the
Volcano House during July.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Hnrtland Law, .who
l.nvo been spending some days at
Hnlcwa, will return to town-tomorrow.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B n 1
1 e 1 1 n office -
Miss Joel Scobte, who recently ar
rived In Honolulu from tho main
land, Is lulling at tiia homo of Mrs.
Tho Hawaiian Evangelical 'Associa
tion will closo Its work tonight. Somo
of tho Island members will leave for
their homes tomorrow.
Harmony Lodgo No. 3, I. O. O. V
will meet In Odd Fellows hall ul 7:30
this cNcnlns. All members of Kxccl-
slor Lodgo and visiting brothers aro
invited to attend.
The Claudino will return this
week next Wednesday, Instead of
Thursday, here regular -late of. ar
rival, She Is returning to have her
boilers cleaned. 6ho will leave as
usual on Friday.
Tho Sunday School Holly held yes
terday In Thomas Squaro was a great.
success In splto of showers at fre
quent Intervals. Tho Hov. W. II. nice
presided, assisted by the Iluv. II. V.
Judd and the Ilev. 0. M. KnnmWawl-
wooic. Madame Alapai sang tho Holy
At u meeting of the Oahti llasc-
liall League held today the following
officers wcro elected: President, E.
V. Qulnn; vice president, A, Q. Mur-
ralllno; feretory. A, P. Aknu;
treasurer and manager, A. K. Vlerra;
auditor, J. K. Natlcy; umpire, E. K,
Tho Inter Island steamers leaving
tomorrow for the island ports aro
tho Maunn Ken,, at noon, for Maul,
and Hawaii ports, nnd tho Klnau
for Knual, and Nocau for Molokal,
at 5 o'clock In tha nftcrnoou. Thoy
win tin la'Ko passengers, mall and
freight for tho Island ports.
Tho annual dinner of tho Kameha.
mcha Alumni Association will be given
at tho Manual tomorrow night. A
number of Invitations hnvo been It
suod to prominent guests, Including
Prlnoo KalanlaJiaolo, Delegate to Con.
gross, Governor Kroar and a number of
tho trustees of tho schools.
Saturday afternoon a Jolly crowd
chattered 'the Matson tug Intrepid and
went dowa to Poarl Harbor, returning
In tho cool of the ovonlng, Thono who
iimuu up intf pariy were wnarios Atn,
crton and wlfo, Ruth (nichard, Muriel
Howatt, Doris Atwnter, Oeorgo Anguu,
Frank Armstrong, Mrs. F, B. Ulako. J.
II. Drow nnd wlfo and his nlcco, Mltn
English & American
v t patterns
W. W. Ahaha Co.,
. . TAILORS,'
'Tis said, on account of GOOD SERVICE, thnt 'V, "j i-
Doesn't grow, under the wagom of the. ,
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
82 King St., opp. Union Grill.
bii'.iiiuuihni., Ausiruuii, .nine i, i no Auxmunn rrenurr uas pre
sented to the llritlKh Uovernmcnt tlio offer of Australia to build and
equip a Dreadnought for tho llrltlsh navy.
, HARBER'S MEN GRAFTING.
TOKIO, Juno 0. The theft of t wcnty-flvo hundred pounds of brass
fittings belonging to the stores of the crulsors (lulvertuu nnd Denver,
belonging to tho first division of the third squadron, American navy,
here, under command of Hear Admiral llarber, has been d!sciicred.
Two warrnnt offlcors nnd n number of seamen huve been Implicated lit
connection with tha the Hi.
' GET COPIES OF MEDALS.
SAN FIIANCISCO, Juno G. French Amhussndnr .InsKeinnd todvy
presented Mayor Taylor and Governor Glllett wlth silver replicas of tho
medal presented by tho French Government to tho city of San Fran
cisco In recognition of tho fent of rebuilding the city nftcr tha enrth
quako and fire. The only other replica of tho medal struck Is to hu
presented to President Taft.
PLEASED WITH AUSTRALIA.
LONDON, Juue .' 'Tho Iondon papers today expressed satisfaction
at tho offer of the Australian people- to nsslst the taxpayers of Great
llrltaln In the work of keeping up the strength of the navy.
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SIX PEOPLE DROWNED.
NEW ORLEANS, June 6. Soventy-flvc pomms wcro thrown Into
the water here today na itio result of. the collapse of n wharf. It Is
known that at least six pertons wero drowned.
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ADELINE KNAPP IS DEAD.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 0. Adeline Kniipp, the nulliiiicss, who was
In Honolulu as a special nowspapcr
revolution, Is dead.
DR. JONES MURDERERS ESCAPE.
MANILA, June (i. Tho thrco murderets of Junes, who Mere being
brought to Manila for execution, lnivn
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CHOLERA IN ST. PETERSBURG.
ST. PETEH81U)RO, Juno 6. Nino more lases of cholera were re
ported tothe health authorities jestcrduy.
J.Hopp & Co.
185 King St.
A four-year-old Japanosq h.lld
was drqwned at Kaluku on Satur
day. Deputy Sheriff Cox looked tntoi
tho matter and found that It was
puroly an accidental occurrence, and
"an Inquest waj.,not deemed neces
sary. S,moklns has been prohibited at tho
moUng picture exhibitions'' In Hllo, by
Sanitary Inspector Uownmn,
irm ' $
. Tt J
correspondent at tho time of tho
escaped on route.
Thirty delegates to tlm iiawiillin
Evangulciil meeting took purl In tho'
terylcos, jeslvrday aftornooi) at the)
wuuu (iimuu. jiKiKu KUIIIIIKOII 01
Maul, was one of tho principal rpouk
crs. Mr. Patterson or Nuu.inu Dam fame
Is laying r conciiito and cement walk
for tho Courthouse and County build
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, June 7.
SAN FIIANCISCO- Sailed Juno I
8, S, Pleiades Tor Honolulu.
SAN KKANCISCO Anlvcl Juno :
8. S. LurlliiL', lit-Hfo May 211.
(1AV10TA Sailed Jmiu .
Sp. Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
IUI.O Sallpil June 5:
S. S, Tcxnn. for Salhri Cruz.
HANA Art l i'il Juno fl:
Selir. Jan. Itolph fiom San Fraiicli-ro
WIltELKSH 8. S. Mnnrhinl'i. from
Yokohama fur Honolulu, p.issud Na
wllivtllt today at noon.
ftM tH H
UNDEil THE DOME-
flovorncir Frear this nioniliig ie-
turned tho call of Captain Guy V.
Ill-own, of the U. H. S. Uurfulo. and
Plient a half hourerj pleasantly on
hoard the ship as the guests nf 'the
The National Hank nf Wnlluk.i has
inailo iippllcatliiu In the tloteiuor foi
u leriltorl.il deposit of government
funds In the sum of (20,0"Q, which
will bo gri'litod.
Cm ci nor Fioar has rci-olytM fnuii
tho president of the Alaska-Yukon Ex
position, ;i ciinipllnii'iitiM) reari'li licit
et. with an InvltHtlon to iiltuud tho
fair. If postllile. The chief executive,
while v. Isl lug tu visit I lio expiiKltlou,
has muile no iirninsi'incnlii ns ut. and
do -s mil know wtuithcr he rau avail
himself of the oppuituulo.
Governor. Frear this luiirnlug slgmd
flNo forest ii'serve proclamalliiuti which
lidds in;t,4lt aeies to the pieHcnt lo
servos. The Makawuo piiirl:ini.iiin
of IS?.') acrcu Is nu extension lo Ihut
Tho now reserves enibraco Wiilhmt
Spilu, XI acres, tu thu Ilayinkuapiikn
dibit let; Mnknwno, ISO acre", nit
Maul; Maunn Ke.i, r,i;.i;io neies, Hnm.i
ku.i dlstilct, lluwall; Mnlo.ia, Kploa
dlstilct, Hawaii, SOTO nc vs, and Llliue
Kolo.i tcservp, 29,IfiD ieres, Puna,
Kon.i district, Kamil.
JAP ASSAUI.T XASE
Mamlya a Miuuinke.i street sloto
kcciier, Is under iiuest on n charge of
assaulting another Japanese nniiit'd G.
Titnnka, wl!u went to settle tin account
ni tho defendant's store. Taunka's
Htnry Is that ho had, after somo weeks
of Idleness, obtained woik nt the In-tcr-lslaud
Co.'h wharf, and knowing
that hu owed Mamlya about four ilol
lars, had gonu up to tho store, lo tell
tho pinpiletnr thut ho could not p'iy
all of tho amount at one tlmo but
would give some money on account.
On his arrival at thu stoto hu al
leges thai tho defendant, and H'M-ial
other Jnpaueso set on lilm and bc.il
him up badly. Tho police got word of
tho trouble and ut onco proceeded to
thu stoi o and n nested Mamlya, who
will hnvo lo upponi'nt thu Police Comt
The otneers who am going tluough
to .Manila on tho lluffulo have ur
innged for n baseball giinin nt Aula
Park tills nlieiuoon, and they will
try conclusions with tho Mat lues
leimi. The game Ih to stnrt nt 'J p.
m., and It should bo n llrst-elnsn
etrugglc, as tho lluffalo players nio
lepoited to bo n ctark lot of ball
ttiBsers. On Wednesday next tho Ma
rines wlh play nt Piinuliou, and u
mutcli Is also being iiriHiiged for
Friday If possible.
A band la wanted In tho Kau district.
Hawaii, in say 11 1 residents mid tax
payers at WalGhluu who aid: tho Bui
crvlsora to gle them ?50 a month foi
,p ' !; fL .y i
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II In IU .' H -V. Ill .Mil .', ,17 1,11 II.''.
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Last Quarter of the Moon, Juue 10.
iLlvialiuu blauduru iiuiu . iu uuun
JO minutes slowor than Greenwich
llmo, being that of tin meridian of 107
iegices 3U minutes Tlo time whistle
blow a at 1:30 p. m which Is the same
us Greenwich, u bourn 0 mlniitea. Sou
iind moon aro for local tlmo Tor iua
Siiuduy, Juno 0.
Stmt-. Mlkahala, fmui Maul and Mo
lok.il putts. 3: l.'i n. in.
Stmr. Nllliau, Ouosk, from Honiiapu,
Stmr. Klmu, Giegory, from Ktiu.il
loitH, 4:10 a. in.
Stmr. Innlaiii, fiom Kauai pirts. 10
Schr. Mol "ahine, ' fi-oni Hnwall, '
Sunday, Juno fl.
Slmr. Ililene, Nelson, for Hawaii, 10
Stmr. .Manila Loa, from Ktm:i ami
Knit lKiits, a. in.
T K. K. S. 8. Nippon Main, prob
ably li p. m.
Stmr. Manna Ken, for Hllo and way
lllll tH, 12 1KHII1.
Still". Mlkahala, for Maul ami Mo'o
kal polls, f, p. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, for Kauai ports, .1 p. in.
M N. 8. S. Hiloulaii, JiiIiiimiii, from
San Francisco. v
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Per 8, 8. Nippon Muni, Kilmer, fro.ii
San Francisco, Juno 7. For Yokoha
ma: Win. Hill, Jr.. T. Hoilkoshl, A.
Ilo.vt, J. Mersereiiu, M. Solinia, For
Naganakl. VI.. T. Hamiiiiiiid, Mrs, ('- It.
Ilennett. Mrs. F. E. Inlnu, E. S. Stokea,
E. W. Caimlcliai'l. For Hongkong:- II.
J. Curtis, Dr. J. M. Gallenioro, Dr. J.
A Graham, .Mis. J. A. Graham, Miss
May Grnhiiiu , It. II. Graham, Earl S.
Haskell, .Miss M. E. Lnuilsch, Floyd E.
Ross, V. A. Ruth, IJuuh A. N. Bhcliy,
Flunk M. Smith. II, II. Stephenson.
Ln titer. B. F. O'Reilly, Alex. Clark,
II. F. Dake. ' ,
Per stmr. Klnau, fiom Knual ports,
June 0. G. N. Wilcox?. A. Robinson,
wlfo Hint children, F. Gay' nni wire,
Miss J. Gay, Mils E. Gay. O, Ilutzkc..
E. Lunger M. Haninukii,.W..A.lScoU,
II. II. Hoodie, A. Ferrelra, W. L. Cab
Hu, J. II. Muragno, Otto Lilian, M.xlleig
Jeou, II. Kelluea and wlfo, K. T( Led
wimiiI, II, Rosenberg, Ah Chock, Jos.
Kuln, K. Alakal, .Ins. Kiiliti, and, wife,
Miss Kuhiilo, and 8R deck. , .
Per stmr. Nooau, from Mnuffinil Mp
loknl ports,- Juno .- II. Lnmkp, Mr,
and .Mis. F. Konch. A. L. p. Atklnsop,
Clins. Gay, It. G. Uuds, C, W, Hudson,
Dr. and Mrs, llolliuau, Frank. O.. Gib
son, Joo Sllva, Chung Tung, E, Cockctt.
Mrs. E. Fernandez, J. F.'O.'StGkes.
Per S. 8. Nippon Mam, ror Yokoha
ma, Juno 7 6 p.-ni Mlss-A Hunt,
l"' A-.M'""'yt" - ! .
Sea 7rcns, $100
18-foot Mofor Launch wih 4-Cyc
"'uivii nu, unuiuete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
nu MACHINE WORKS
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