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EVENtNO nULLCTlM, HONOLULU, T. it'nVBDNT,SDAY, JUNE ft, 100ft
Add to its pleasures by buying a KODAK.
After vacation, let us develop your films.
Honolulu Commsndcry Order
of the Temple.
Honolulu Commandcry Ren-
ular D p. m.
Oceanic Third Deurec.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2 Ree
nter. All vtiltliiK members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend hirelings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets iivery Monday evening it
7.311 in I n n. I.' Hall. Tort Street.
i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary. J
1 1). W1CKL N. a.
AH vleltlng brothers very cordially
0AHU 10D0E, No. 1, X. of P.
Met-ta every first and third Frl-
lb- evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Kort and llcretnnla. VUltlng
Drothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUOKNT, O, C.
. it. GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, II. P. O.
Ulks, tneers In their hull, on King
.Street, ncur lort, cery Friday omn
Inc. Visiting llrothcrs nro cordlull)
Invited to attend.
i:. A. HOUTIIITT, K. R.
II. C. L ASTON, Sec'y.
Vtn, M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1.
Hall, cor. Tort ant' llcrctunla. Visit
ing In others cordlilly limited to at
tend. r. m. Mcaiti:v, c. o.
K. A. JACOliSIJN. K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mcn nn thi 2nd and 4 th WKD
NESDAY avciiitigs nt each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Unit, corner
Uerrtani.i jmd Kurt streets.
Visiting Ragles uru Invited to fit
W. M. McCOY. W.. Praat.
H T. MOOP.K. 8ecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Mests every first and third Thurs
day" of curb month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Vliltlcg hrotheri cor
dially Invited to nttnnd.
Oi:o. SANDIiltSON, Sachem.
n. v. Tom), c. nt n.
J. A. R. Vieir.a & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
XfQr- DULL.E1IN ADS PAY -39
. fp -- ' '" "X
Wc have a beautiful line
of place cards and bridge
Also domlnos and cards.
Oat & Mossman,
7G Merchant St. near 7. 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. in., excepting Saturdays.
New Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Go.
Levy's for Groceries
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS.
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HQTEL YOUNQ Bid.
All the late ones.
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO. LTD.
Hotel St., near Fort.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
1312 Serctania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves oleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing .and dry
cleaning. Telephone 490.
6. CENT OJGAE
M. A. Gunst & Go.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Tei ritorlal Board, of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
Pan Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO WET.
At our Grocer's.
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn-in?.
Fort Street, below Hotel
lOCAL IAiNIK. GENEtlL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
'Ten good auto backs. Phouo 6.
A cottar,.? Is. for sale. Sec n.l this '
Zooo K. M)crs lias returned from
Hon. Cecil Drown Is n returning pas
senger on the Alameda,
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal- in town.
Attorney J. SI. Vitas returned to
Maul on tho Manna Kea yesterday,
Kev. 8. il. Walkup was n departing
passenger for Hllo on tho Manila Ken
Tho storo of Henry May & Co. ylll
bo closed all day Friday, Juno 11, Ku
Tako your carriage or automobile
tc Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fo'i
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
Looks for sale at the Dullotlu
office, CO. each.
Anything now In tho sporting lino?
Anything good In tho liquor line? You
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
All frosh California fruits and vege
tables In season hern on Hllonlau for
Henry May & Co. Phono 2i.
V, Cramer was fined $C this morning
for looking on the wine when It was
rod: Judge And mile Inllltilod tho fine.
The appointment of David Knlapa as
catray otucor at Kancohe warf approved
by tho Board of Buj?enIsorH bRt oven
lug, 'rof. II. IVabson and wife were pas
sengers oil trio Inter-Uland Kteamer
.Maunu Kea for (ho other .Inlands us
terday. V. Perry, who was charged with
gross cheat, had the case against hliu
strlckpu this uiorulng as the complain
ing witness did. not appear.
Tho citizen labor Sanitary StQam
Laundry, does family .wash on the
rough dry, plan. Hat wo,rk214c, .starch
work 3o per, piece. Work. best quality.
The caao against. Shigouaga, who Is
charged with, retaining a horso that
belongs to another num. was nrgued at
length this morulng at the Pollcu
Court, but was nut concluded.
The motion of ii,. R Scott, losing de
fendant in tho ult, brought ugaliiBt
lilb my U..K. DllUngham.to recover on
a promlsbory note for $1100, for a, new
trial, was this, morning denied. Ii)'
D. 1. It. Isunberg thls.mornlug gavo
out the statument that the report of
1'. T. P. WalerhouKe on the condition
of Hidalgo rubber was -untlroly satis
factory to the lioldcrs of clock. Fur
ther than that he declined to talk.
A recent proclamation ot the Presi
dent places upon tho .shoulders of Caji
tain Corn In P. Rees. U. 8. N., tho duty
of enforcing tho laws protecting birds
In tho Islands of this group. It may
bo necessary to ask for n special boat
to do patrol duty.
Kawaiahao Seminary, girls depart
ment of tho Mid-Pacific Institute, will
hold Its (.raduatlng exorcises this af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock In Athcrton
Hall, Manoa valley. A Hpeclul car will
leave King and Fort streets at S
o'clock.- Tho public Is cordially In
lted to uttend.
H. Orli'f.s Holt Is about town greet
ing old friends. Mr. Holt, with his
wlfo, arrhud In the Manchuria .from
the Orient. Mrs. Holt Ii not In the
best of health 'and thoy will remain
in the city for some weeks und pos
sibly mouths. Mr. Holt lias a very
responsible position with tho Pacific
Mall Lonipany in the Shunghal olllco
and is oft on leave, of absence.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY jjg
English & American
W. W. Ahana Co.,
'Tis said,' on account of GOOD
1 V, Doesn't grow under the waoom of the
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
82 King St. opp. Union Grill, t .
SUGAR TRUST SETTLE
NKW YORK. Juno 8.- The $'.10,0UO,OUll suit of the Peniiriylvnuta
Refining Company against the American Refining Company has been
settled out of couit. Tho terms uru
nnla Company claimed to linve been
methods used by the Sugar Trust.
PUNISHED FOR MASSACRE.
CONSTANTINOPl.K, Junu 8. The cublnet has nppiovei) tlie sen
tence of death of twelve Moslems and live Armenians fur complicity in
the Allans massacres.
GREAT HEAT IN TENNESSEE.
MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Juno S, Twenty people were p rout rated by the
heat and two are dying. The. victims were iiltendlug it Confederate
VALPARAISO,, June 8. An ea
where the walls of houses were erne
KNIGHT'S LANDJN'a, Calif., June 8. Four women wero drowned
tonight by the overturning of nn automobile.
Tho- meals at tho Palm nro better
and cheaper than in most- places. The
cooking, .Is superb and tho sqrvlcu ex
cellent. Forcegrowth" will do 11. It will
glvo added vitality to your fern house.
lawn or curilen. Sold on GUc. and SI.2j
sacks by 11 O. Hull & Spu.
A largo assortment of ladles under
wear Just arrived. You can get Just
what )ou want at Yen Chan & Co..
corner King and Ue.ttlcl .streets.
The excellence of the culsino at
Hnlclwu draws hundreds of peopla to
that delightful placo- Manager Illd-
good takes care ot visitors and sees lo
Prlmo beer Is browed to suit tho
climate. That Is Important for Hono
lulu people to rcniepibor. Thero nro
no dlsagrceablo effects from drinking
Prlmo for this reasim,
Don't throw awuy your old fchoes!.
Tako Iheiii to Regal Shoo Storo and
hae them mado good ns now with new
soles nnd heels. Men's half-soles and
heels J 1. 25; women's il.
Your orders for grndimtlnu oxerclsc's
aro personally attended to by Mis.
Taylor, tho florist. Now York styles
In ilbobnn, baskets, etc., etc. Tel 330,
Alexander Young building.
Put, an electric fan In your office
and bo comfortablo; 8, 12 nud 1G-Inch
fans at low prices. Thoy wlll.costjyou
only five cents, a, day. to run. Union
Electric Co., Harrison lllock,
Wireless telegraphy Is now a prac
tical evcry-day neccaalty for coiuniuul-
cation with tho other Inlands and trans
pacific steamers. Don't bo behind tho
times, but uso wlieless. Rates nro
Tho Illlllkcns have gono fioni Hen
eon, Smith & Co., Ud and left behind
traces of their pleasant countcnancoln
II10 best soda water in Honolulu. It
Is sold at tho company's fountain nt
tho corner of Fort and Hotol streets.
A, V. Knudsen, chairman uf the Ha
waii Commlsson, Seattle Fair, cabled
for J100 of May's Old Kona Coffco. No
tlco that ho specified May'B. If you
buy May's Old Kona Coffee for your
own tnblo jou get tho host; 2Cc. tho
not made, public. The Penusjl-
put out of business by the illegal
'thquuke is repotted from Cnplnpn,
cil. No IIvch were lost.
IJlo money Is money wasted. Why
nut stmt 11 suvlngs uceuuul today with
tho Hank .of Hawaii, Ltd. You can
stive a little at a time, for $1 opens an
account. The Hank of Hawaii makes
saving 11 pleasure. Comer Foit and
The best beef nnd mutton U that
which has been thoroughly chilled
after It Is taken from the slaughter
house. The Mettopolltan .Market con
tains bomu of "ho best und tendeiest
beef and mutton In tliu city becimfo It
hnu been chilled, not fiii.'.cn. You can
get the other kind cheaper tnnio
places bit. you get luugl' meat when
jou buy It.
(Continued from Fase'l)
small store may keep a few lamps go
ing all night at small cost, I ho proprl
etor of 11 large (,'stnhllshiueut, ulili a
number of. lamps which ho keeps bum
Ing but pint of tho time, even though
his meter reading at tho end of tho
mouth may be the sumo us that of tho
small merchant, Is forced to pay 11 eon
shlerahly larger hill, nceonllng to the
Ono Instance is cited of 11 bill, leu
deied on September 30. ( 1000, to ,1
small establishment, for J.". IS, on
which u discount uf $3.45 was allowed.
A bill rendered on August 31, (DDK, to
a largo Fort iitieet mercantile house,
for $5.43, carried with It nn discount.
In the latter Instance tho bill was for
a show window wherein many bulbs
In another instance, a bill ng.ilnst a
restaurant, for 308,000 watts, nggregat
lug $G2.f5, was illbcuunted to tho ex
tent of 131.10, innklug tho total -payable
J28.4G, while a Fort street mer
chant was leuderod a bill or $18,35 for
lOo.tou watts, without any discount.
Tho custom of tho electric company,
according to tho merchants questioned,
Is to leuil-lhu meter und then count
tho number or bulbs In tho house 01
plnco of business, basing tho discount
on tho iimount of Julto coiisiimud per
bulb, whether each paillcul.tr bulb
may liavu been lighted during th.i
month or not.
In ono Instance, Itls chargoil that
roprcsentntlves of the company topeat
odly tried to count In empty buckets to
which 110 bulbs wero eve atluched.
A bill for lesldence lighting, rendered
on September 30, 1808, for 50,000 watts,
$8.70 was allowed n discount of $3,50.
I ' ' , "
I j ;. TIDES L'
T IN FORCION PORTS , "u" - t,
r - .- A -r i t I r o.lt l. iV
Wednesday, June 0.
I'OHT LUDLOW balled June S
Kclir Allen Cooke, for Honolulu.
SUATTI.i: Arilved June 8
H. S Mexle.iu from S.iu Franelnio
SYDNHY Sailed Juno 7:
-H. S. Aoinugl, for Honolulu.
KAHULUl Aulvrd June !l:
8. S. Virginian, henro Juno S.
1IILO ArrUeil June 5: '
Kchr. Melhii Nelioii., 2.1 days from
dray's Ilui lyir.
WIUIOI.KSS-H. S. Chlyo Miiru will ur-
rlvo from Yokohama Fil.lay I 11. in
I PASSENGERS UOOKuO
Per tin 1 1'. Manna l.on. llliiii'ii'.on
Kuua-Knu poriH, Juni- II, 12 noon.
Abu, Inonc, Hertlcmau lni)s 12), Mar
garet Mni'li, MI.K O. Slnieona, Hose
SmlUi, It. Mullet. T Okamura. Geo
Wright. IM. Modenberg. W. M. dra-
hum. T. S. Sehemln, Alum Ilui tolls
.Mis. P. M. Todd. Miss N. Itoinalh. F.
II. MeHtocker nnd son, liov. A. H. Halt
er. Mrs. It. II. linker, Helena Akaua
Kilyth Wall, .Mrs. Ituhlnsmi. Win. I'.nN.
Waller Todd. Alex. Todd. ICleaz.11 l.o.
ens, v. I,. Hellliiiiu, A. LOhMUli'o
Ilnv. !:. T. Simpson, wife nud 2 ihll
ill I'll, Miss Dowsiin, Miss Mncimhoi
Flora Knal. Mis S. K. llluknii ami
ehlldien, Mrs. J. N. Knomua, Mrs II
L. Knweni III. Mis. W N. I.on'i .IipIki
J. L. Knuluknu, C, I.. Ileal, Judge An
drade, It. Wnlau, J. I.lue.iln. Mis. ka
lua Piirdy. II. I,. Kuwi-wchl. D. Alaw.i
and wife. Mrs. M. Midler Mm. A. Ma
Per si 111 r. Chiudlun, Dennett, fur
Maul und Hawaii ports, June 11. 5 p
ni.-Mn:tor Dean, K. II. Turner, A. W
Carter. Mrs. A. K. Cat tor. Illniii Kn
lino, Mrs. Knllno, Mrs, Kulioktinliiua,
Mastir Kuhokiioliiuii, M. II. Iteulei
Kooho MeKunzle. llov. S. IC. Kuallu.i,
Mrs. T. HeiiJ.imln, Mls K. IC. Kaea.
Itov. I). Murr.iy. lte. 11. K. ICiuiluka
iiianii, T. K. Pu. L. A. Kanae, Alfred
llnuheu, Miss Miul.i Munis, Mrs. Olio
Osh, II. M. (iltloll, II. L. Lyon, q. q.
Urnilford, P. HchrJeber. M.ailaiut
Thompson, Miss O. T, 'rurnor, l.amn
Niiukami, Mis. K, MI11. Hojo Ulbhaw,
L. Roliluhiiii, Kiuma Lyons, H1
Aklmi. S. ICMnkekuu, 11. Ilnuo. S. S
Kuwllanknlanl, Mrs. .1. Welch, Nelson
Koloa, I). W. Napllina, wlfo und daugh
A Niiuanu valley lesldence, supisedly
of approximately thu silmo slo, ri
eelved thico bills thu same year, ijnr,
lug from fll.r..' to $17iii nud 011 noun
of lliem tvim them any illstoiiul al
lowed. Section &7! of II10 II.". leed I.uwh or
Hawaii for liwr,. In the charter of tin
Hawaiian ICIeclrlc Comiuiuy, nfter fix
ing tho maximum rate chargeiiblu at
17 cents per kllowut hour, or 1000
watt hours, says. In part:
"Provided, that power Is hereby con
ferred upon tho courts of upptopilut"
Jurisdiction, nt ull times nnd iijh.ii the
petition uf any consumer uf the com
pany, to hear nud ileleriulno f 10m Hunt
to tlmo what rate or rates niovrensou.
able, und to elifoice ! lit) Rami) h ap
pioprluto Judgment or decree."'
According to Prcbldent MeCiiudlers
of the- Hawaiian Klcclrlc Company, the
company guarantees tn furnish powi 1
for tho total number of lamps Installed
In nuy building, and Hint It must be
ready nt nil, limes, to supply tho nuV
Imnm amount uf cnrient.
Tho company looks iii'm tho man
who uses nil or the power guaranteed
to li I in mi a better cusliuue'r tlimi tho
man who Is In 11 position to uso many
lights, but makes uso of only a few of
them, or keeps nil or them burning
but 11 slinit tfnio. Tho company tries
to eneouiugy long hours for consuni-
"Wo do not ilisrrlmlnnio against .my
1 customer." concluded Mr. McCun.Iless
"and It Is our aim to treat nil of our
customers wills absolulo fairness."
"I wish to n'dd," continued he, "Hint
nny consumer who fuels dissatisfied
with his hill, can call at tho olllco of
tho company unit have It fully ex
plained to him."
;h,s. "ai? :-3 ? ..... fir
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ni.lt i n m ii oi it in krtcs H
1: 11 1 'i in
11 r. 11 in m I
5 lit IJS 7 ." S X It .'J I" ft II
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mtiic so; a n t to . s i r. v.'
si 1.1 lov; r, f.-i a oh
17 r, 1.'
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II' to IM'Jll --v. 1 11 tut
t' '" 1
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Lat Quarter of the Moon, June 10.
I1.IWHI1UII HluUllttlU IIU.O t IV bUM.
JU mluulCB stuAu'r than Ureeuwlcli
time, being that of tbi meridian ot 151
Jegiees 30 minutes Tl u time whlstlu
blows ut 1:3U p. in., which Is tho same
at Uieenwlch, u bourc 0 minutes. Hun
and moon are for IjcuI tlmo for mo
Wednesday, Juno 0.
Sliur. Claudlao, Ilenuetl, frniu Hllo
tun way ports, .'1:32 11. 111.
Tui'Mlay, June X,
Hluir. Ileletie. Nelson, fur Paauhaii
and Ookiii.i, 1.55 p. m,
Stmr. Noeaii. I'lltz, fur Kealla and
ICIbiiiea, 1 p. in.
Stun. Mlkalula, Tullett. for Kaima
kaknl and l-alialna, G:ir, p. 111.
Stmr. ICinau, (liegory, fur Kauai
ports. 5: II p. in.'
A.-li. H. S. Vlrglnlttn. Coleord. for
..' ! i
ai. rv. k. is. 111111111:111. Johnson, from
Sail FiaiU'lsco, .1 p. m.
II S. Cruiser lluffnlo, Iliown, fin
Manila. 11. m.
6 AIL FRIDAY
Stmr. Manna Loa, Slinerson. for Ki.
li.i-Kiiu poits, 1'J noon,
Slmr. Claudlno, Heniietl. for Maul
nnd Hawaii ports, S p. 111,
PASSENGERS ARRlVPn il
Per Stiur. Claudlno, fioni Hllo niull
way pens June '.). Isaac llilhl, T. H
Kennedy. Miss Mist, Mrs. Mlvt. S. II
hllvu. wlfo und L' clillilicii. Mr. I.nti-in
T. IC Lliiilsuy, Miss Danlelsnu, Miss h'
It. Puikliih und maid, Mrs. W. T. Colo
Miss Coe. J. W. Vim Ilebber, W. J
Moody, J. C.'llnttln, A. J. Mel.ollau. F
1:. llaltello, j. Ktieubeek, P. Itaiiiu ,
Slgel.i und wlfo. t
j PASSENGCRS DEPARTED J
Per stmr. ICinau, for Kauai, Juno !s
r, p. 1n.--.M1s. II. 1). Wlshuril and child,
Mis. J. I) Wliltu. Miss Agnes Wlek.
stiiiin, Mrs. P. I). Moler und son, Mr.
Kapaliu nud daughter, J. . k. Kalwl
und. Miss Kulwl, paulu Hupnl, J11II3
Mohukla. Miss Joseph, (, K. Kalawc
August Forrnra. W. II. Hire, J II
Wood. RJ( llinwii. II. II. HinJIo W. P
Calheail. I.011 Joo. W. P. Kiipiilanl, .1
IC. Kapulanl, II. C. Men, Ilagemanii
Miller. Ituv. M. Tmnl. S. W Kniiniuu.
Jndgo Kilpahoe, Ch is. C. P. Wurtli.
I WATERFRONT NOTES I
TIIK AMKItlCAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's freighter Vlrgliilim Pft his.
night for Kuhulul to take on sugai
Fioni thuro she will go in Kuanapall.
Ibenro In lllln, und finally In Siillua
Ciuz. llesldes 6501 cases or canned
pines, sho will take away rrom tho Is
lands lB.fitiO tons or sugar.
Till'. MATSON liner llllonlnn, Cap
tlllll JohUHOII, Is exilictoil tn mrln.
rrom San Frjuclrcu nt 0 o'clock this
Tin: sti:ami:i! kinau k-rt ror
K Ul'il yeslrr.lay aricnioon nt 5 iiViiu.tr
Shetook pa:,se,ngeis, mull nnd fielght
Soa Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-GyA
.. ior. io, ucmpiete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKF.RS. D0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin St. opp"Me South St, ;
I .v. Id V. .
( 'l ,11,