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EVEN1N0 IUIM.nTlN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, .IUNR 17. IflOS
' WEEKLY CALENDAR
Hawaiian Flnt Dcflrec.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
and Mark Waiter, 7:30 p. m.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Monday evening it
7:30 In 1. 0. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
K. II. IIBNUHY. Secretary.
F. V. WICKli. N. O. I j),
Air visiting brothers vary cordially
0AHU LODrJE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. uf I'. Hall,
corner Fort and Heretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
, F. H. NUGENT, C. C.
' II. UOSUNO. IC. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu l.odgo N. GIG, II. P. O.
i:iks, meets In their hall, ou King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Vlbltlng llrothcrs aro cordially
Invited to attend.
i:. a. norTiiiTT, n. it.
H. c. hastun. scc'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2ml nnd Ith Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of i'.
,11011, cois Fort am1 Uoretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. k F. M. McOftF.W, C. C.
' II. A. JACOllSKN. K. n. S.
.HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd Uh WKD
N IiS DAY evouings of each month at
7:30 o'clock la K. of P. ll.ill, corner
Caretanla and Fort streets. ,
Visiting h'aglua nre Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W Prest.
II. T. MOOIU2. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TKIBENo. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Moots every first nnd third Thurs
4ay of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vinltlug brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
Gi:0. SAN'UKUSON, Sacliem.
K. V. TOUI), 0". of' It.
,'M. A. Gunrst fc Co.
I. FORT AND KING STREETS.
n n n if s
(WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD..
Fort and Merchant bts
h The Weekly Edition of the Cvenlng
Diilletln Qive$ a conipioio summary bi
the news of the day.
NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS OF LABOR
The Territorial, Board?pJf Immigrationis, prepared to receive applications from all
those offering emjpioVrilent to EuropeaiJ Immigrants.
Applications should be accompanied by statements of the number and class of
people needed, wages aiiiH lhdiicementsofifered, and whether any homestead agree
nient will be tendered the immigrant. Address communications to William
Savidge, Assistant Secretary, Room 403 Sfangenwald Building, Honolulu.
RICHARD IVERS, President
A. L. C. ATKINSON, Secretary
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Ichnhardt's Candies always
Kinc and Fort Sts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Honre: Consulting, 2-3 p. m
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8-1
i h. m inuuuiug oaiuruays d-uili.ir, nf Honolulu
m., excepting Saturdays.
New Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
The original and best self
filler. Many pen makers have
tried to imitate the Conkling
hut none have succeeded in
keeping up to the Conkling
.New stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Levy's for Groceries
New SUMMER OUTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Bcins made up of the most
delicate and complicated ma
chinery, always requires the
bet of, attention from a man
who is'ah expert at it. We
have 'stich' a man in ,our es
tablishment, and our prices
as yel as our work will
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents" at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal in town,
Inter-Hlauu alio U. U. & u shipping
books for sale at tho I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n
omco, 80 each.
I.con J. Lando left for a visit in San
Francisco on the steamer Alameda yes
Mrs. A, T. Hnrtwcll and Miss Mary
Hnrtwcll arrived hero yesterday on tho
Siberia from the mainland.
Anything new In the sporting lino?
Anything good In tho liquor lino? You
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
The Hawaiian band will give ono of
Uh isipular concerts tonight at 7:30 on
the roof garden of the Young hotel.
John It. Uergstioin, piano tunor nnd
repairer. Formerly with Uorgstrom
Music Co, P. O. Box 40. Phono 381.
Mrs. J. T. McCrosson and Miss A.
McCrosson were anion-; those to return
to tho Islands on tho Sibylla yester
The Industrial Editio,. of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready lor mailing, au cents at Bul
Or. C. M. Stownrt of tho 8an Fran
elsco Harbor Kmcrgency Hospital was
narr,C(, Satm.,,Iiy Bhl l0 M
rs. H. A.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable,
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Latest advices 'from Arthur nciftar
Ick, who has been operated upon In
Iloston, are thnt ho has mano a good
recovery and Is Improving fast.
Thos. y, McTlgho & CO. havo ono of
tho finest assortments of tablo wlnea
ami liquors In tho city. Call up Phone
140 and get a trial order.
Try some of tho Vienna Oakery's
Doston brown bread nnd Boston baked
beans. Will be dellvored to residences
upon telephone order. Call up 197.
Oliver n. Shlpman of Honolulu was
married on June 8 to Miss Allco U An-
polln of Oakland. The young couplo
win como to Hawaii to make their fu
The meeting of tho Men's Club of St.
Andrew's Cathedral parish, announced
for tonlghl, will bo positioned "no
week. Ir Thomns 13. Greene, tho loo
turcr, will address the club.
A small blazo In tho sleenlnc mom
of a Japanese at tho corner of King
nnd Llliha streets last night called out
the department, but tho Are was extin
guished before tho engines arrived.
Mayor Fern, tho city's chief, Is pop
ularizing himself by preventing many
accidents. Some time ago he held up
the gangway of the Aaghlp Maunu
Kea, loaded with ladles, until assist
Miss Kate Woodard at 1141 Fort
streot, next to tho convent, has Just
opened a shipment of gloves, Princess
gowns and fancy shirt waists, direct
from Now York. Many very pretty
designs nnd late styles.
Tho alarm itt flro In tho Palama dis
trict of town Inst night, took away the
nrtdlcnco of Captain TJcrger nnd his
musicians. They were playing in Aala
Park to a largo crowd, but not a soul
was left two minutes after tho alarm
was sont in. Captain Dergcr therefore
closed the concert.
New wakh suitings, Whitney &
IlrnsH bods for $20 la tho leading
feature at Hopp & Co.'s'.
There seems to bo an eiililomic of
automobile accidents und It will Inter
est the ownors of machines to know
that If thdro Is anything loft afm- tho
accident tho W. W. Wright Co. can
make the necosb.iry ropalrs.
Savings grotf rapidly. Put a few
dollars from, your earning qach month
Into the1 savings department of P.ank
of Hawaii, Ltd., nnd you will renp a
rich harvest In the Autumn dais to
come. 4Vj per cent., compounded semiannually.
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HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE GO WITH YOU.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
82 King St., opp. Union Grill.
WASHINGTON, June 10. - The
Woodruff for second Federal Judge
MORSE JSETS BAIL
NKW YOltK, June 10. Morse, the convicted millionaire, liead of
the ice Trust and Steamship Trust, has been released from pilsun on
i i m
J WILL STRIKE JUNE CO.
PITTSIII'IHJ, June 10. Ten lli-iiisanil Iron, tin and steel wotKerH
will strike Juno 30 because of their opposition to the open-shop sjs-tem.
HENEY'S CLOSING ADDRESS.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno
for tho prosecution tomorrow.
CZAR AND KAISER MEET.
ST. PKTKHSM'IHl, June HI. -The Czar and Kaiser will meet on a
yacht lu Finnish waters tomorrow.
DRYDOCK WORK TO
Within n short time 8. O. Hlncs.
H-l.n iilln.li,,. n vHrt n nnn.m.la n.n
un ,iviimiiiaij uiiiuihiuicno iv
rapidly being completed, and Hlncs'
....... ...... ... ...-
viBii win prouauiy menu 1110 coin-
menclng of actual construction work.
Just when Hlncs will rench hero Is
hot known, hut he Is expected almost
any tlmo now.
The Hawaiian Dredging Company
has now something like 200 men at
work on the Pearl Harbor dredging
job and excellent progress Is being
made. Just as soon as tho contract
was. signed tho company got busy,
nnd It Is believed that tho local con
cern will set a record which main
land contractors will find it hard to
equal In times to como.
THE STEAMKH NIIIIAU, Oness,
which came lu at 10:50 Ibis moiuing,
Is now dUcharglng her 0730 bags of
sugar at tho railroad wharf. The sugar
Is from Mukawell ou Maul.
Tho appeals filed In tho opium cases
of tho Territory against Wan Hoon and
Ah Sak, charged with selling poisonous
druggy were dismissed in Judge De
Dolt's court today.
IT IS IN THE
uiaiiaKL-r u mu ouu rraiiciscu in ihi.ii pn-num iiiii.-ein, un ui me mi- nun mo properly nas neon iiirneii over, fmiiiiy Sam White C 1 Schoenlng
Krldgo Company, the concern to lowing were re-elected: The lot .which has u frontage of r,n i'er hlni- W C ilnlV ThompKim fur
which was nwarded tho contract for M8 '-ev K. Peabody. president: feel on Heretanla Mreet. Is n valuable ' (lwa, , jlm, ,7 V, mHnpiu-i
building tho drydock nt Pearl liar- "j""-. K",n'" ,A ,".' "'j nl',1:, ,V,C'1' l"'1""- ',l,,c" " IrM'ity .....1 Is likely t" In-jKnkula, P. It. iKenherg. I. (Iruhain. Mas.
i .'..in .i.. i,.. ... ii- , ,lc,lti Mrs- ''' lu"'ihl Webb, seeie create lu tho near future to couu her- ..,, i WNlmni ii.nki Mi c'liiwlc
bor. will arrive hero to look over ,luy. Mlm, (,rnp ,,,,. HB,Hlam ide greater value. The-Improvements M,ta a IhVS' II It, rlu
the ground. 'secretary; Mrs. Mary Adams, treiln- cousIkI of u one-sliny eottaHe and olh- ,t(.v' ,"".' Mohll.Ua Mit It. W T
Senate has rimflrmeil George
Mr. Honey begins his ulnslni; address
I officers reelected
The Ahahul Kanliumanii held lis an-
linnl meeting in I he old "Stone chinch."
Kawalahae. yesterday, for the purpose
,' 111--U1111K ii'iiiim mm eiemiiK uiui-i-m
for the eiibiilng year. To show the es-
,oem and confidence of the meml.eis
,,..n... ft t .. . I1.II....1 ,, 1 1
ni.-i, ,iun, iiiiiuiii iiciiein, u-oiiBiiiui
treasurer; Mrs. ICIIen II. Dwlghl, and-
ll'.i 1111,1 II,. 1 IM.i if Alw. I,. ,.!,,. I... ......
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of visiting commltleeu for the sick
The following inomliers cnusttlute
the uxeciillve board: Mrs. Mary Heck
ley. Mrs. Maria Smith. Mrs. Deborah
Kamnnoulu, Miss Kmlllu I.eal, .Mrs,
Mzzlo Uluuiliele (nil new) und Mrs.
Alice Collr.irn. Mrs. Marin Huaplll and
Mr. Marl i K Kuhea (old) All otll-
cers are ex-ifllclu members of this
board Tills ycelcty Is non-seetarlau
nml dnatln.ul u, ilo Its umnll ulun-.. r
feeding tho hungry. clothliiL- ihu iuhii-
ami buivlug Uh dead.
A npeclal cablo from Washlnglon
stales that competillon lias been
oponod for the new Federal building
for this oly.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.r
Motor, ?175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins St. ono'ri'fl Knntli S
The STYLE. FIT nnd COM-
FORT of CLOTHES depends
on the CUTTING. Trv us
W. W. A1IANA CO.. TAILORS
IN FOREIGN POHTB
Thursday. Juno 17.
POUT SAN I. I'lS Hailed June HI:
S. S. Wuchteuaw for Knliulnl.
SAN FRANCISCO- S-lled June 17:
S. 8. China. I p in., for Honolulu.
I KM-Xl.rl Sailed Julie 12:
S. H. l.ord Derby, for Newcastle.
1 1 ANA Sailed Juno 15;
I Schr. Jus. Ilnlpli, for Sun Franelnco.
'(n . I . t I.
iiii.u rtrmrn jiiiiu km.
Schr. Metha NolEon (which bad
silled saine day for llonolpti thote
bi'lng no berth at that port, ie
mriu'il for orders.
HII.O-AiTlvrd June 1.1:
rfrhr. Hubert, l.ewers. hence Jmiu 3.
Hll.0 Arrived June II:
S. S. Yliglnlau. fnmi Kuliiilul.
HII.O Sailed June HI:
S. S. Vlrglululi lor Sallna Criu.
T1IK THHKK-MASTKI) ship 8. C.
Allen was lowed nut nl the harbor to-
d.iy about 11 o'clo-'t. Pho Is In Inl-
laul and hmiml for F.mekn. ThmiiTi
KueaslB making n trip In hr up t-J tho
THK IWAI.ANI reiMiitH the f.illow-
Iiik Kiiuar lefi on Hawaii, a' IliiuoU.ia.
ir..ii(i(i MiieltH and at Ktikitlhule. II ll'i ' Tliuml'iy, Juno 17.
hacks. The C'lauilllie liroualil up u Blmr. Iwiilanl, .Mitchell! finni Huw.ill
tlintisuiiil lies Till' llio railroad here. , pciits. n. i,i.
I THK nillino. Chapman, will pmli , stti'tr " Cliiiiillno. Dennett, from Ha
'nlily clear for the Delaware llnakwnt- w,,n ,,,! u.,,,1 ,rtK. ,.. ,
er about Fildny wco'it Orders to lie
received nt the Ilreakwater will decide
.her ultimate iluslliiailon.
THR MATSON liner l.urllne, which
'left San Francisco youleril.iy. will ar
lilte lure on the mntulng of the 23rd
land will liring Hie first mall from the
'oast i luce the Sllierla.
I THK CLAl'HIN'M repoils towin the
.laiueii Itnlph nt of liana im Maul e
terday. The Itnlpli li- leaded with sug
ar and Is heail'd Kir San I'mnMr-en
THW OLKNIIOI.M Is iltlim nr.l-rs ,
lit die llaekii-ld wharl nlnl lnelilenfill
prepann. lor a irw run in punt. i
GETS FINE LOT
lie llnal writings have luM brim
I whereby ( . M. Couke InniH w r
lo ('eutral rulon Church lb
'ineilMielv Wulklkl of tin
Houne. Mr. Cooke donated this lot to
the church i-.ome Utile Ifack. hut the
nciuai iraiisier was ueiayeii owing to
the necessity for having u survey
made. This work lms been eomnleted
I . ., . . .
er appiineuauces. i no eotinge is, ami
for some time past has been, neennl d
(.,. ,1 r .1 1 1. '
j mu b..-ahiii m uu- iuiihu.
OUR EXHIBIT RPEN
Seattle. June 8.---The doors of lb
'Hawaiian building at tho Alasku-Yii-
Iion-Pnclflc oxpimltlon were opened
l"ln niornlng. The oxhlblt win ih
'"y'1 "Wing to (lie Into arrival of the
, Hulled SUtes Iriinsiiort Illv. and Hi,.
i members of (he Hawaiian Commission
have been working day und nlglit to
Iget lliulr display In order.
The attendance at the fair for the
seven days ending last night was 221,
72. Ukiu the protest of a Japanese mhl-
rlilpmnii. tint Japannso Hag lem lieeii ' HeKs sugar (II. S. Co.; 4 bags eolfee.
iciiiowmI from tho building or the rick !2" empty wine barrels, !i packag's bun
shaw coneesKlon. Tho naal mmiiIi nb iilrlus. Per stmr. Claudlne, Irom Ha-
lieetoil to his country's Hug Ir.k
iplaced beneath the Aiiierleuii or am
I Tho A1,""l Telephone Comp ,., tin
luninliiK flluil nnirnilmenls lo hit art-
icies in incorporullnn, Inereublng the
e'lpllal Flock from S.Ki.miii in ttKiiftrui
Bill extending the llle or the eoipor.i-
lion for filly eurs from May 1 1!KI9
The slock Increase Is divided' Into
,25flon shares at a par value nf $10
Spnd n miniature ease, containing G
Jara ot iVllchius Hawaiian piebei tes.
Mis. Keanis will bee to It.
.i ii 20 .1 J.', hi 12 I el t I j f. r,
I II I I IN
New moon June 17 at U:i p. in.
Hawaiian standard II mo is lu uuuib
30 minutes Blower than Oreriiwlcu
Uini), being thut of tlw uierldlan of 107
itgrces 30 minutes Tlo time whistle
bluws at 1:30 p. in., which is m sain.) .
ue (Ireonwlch, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun
,il "'"'" '" for lucul ""10 'or vu0
i ""ir si "iii.
Thursday, June 17.
Sp. S. C. Allen, Wilier, in balhmt Tor
Kineka, a. m.
Slmr. Nllhau, a. m.
SAILING TODAY '(
Slmr. W (1. Hull. Tliompson, for Ha
waii hiiIs. 5 p. m.
IVrstuir. Cluudine, for Hawaii purl a.
June IS. Dr. J. .1. Orate and wile.
Francis Murtlinll. Miss Chalniei-s. Alle-j
Ajei-s. MIhh D. Eim"o. MIssU llal.Nlu.
.MiiiKurut Cook, Cleti Case, Dorothy
Hoohs. Slella lliHigs, Alfred Tnylii.',
Hiiild W.irdwoilh, Finest llaldnln,
MIhs M. Hoeklug, Miss It. llocktni-..
Miss It. Cuininlngs. .1. Mali. S. Mali.
W. Han Is llmiK Chuck, (leu. Murr:i.
W. II. Smith. Mrs. (Ir.ice (I. Powell.
Miss Taylor. Miss Alice Smith. Mis'.H
M. Thornton. Miss lilliii MVs M. tjunlr.
,,,, fh-iu l-.iil- Mka T. lunn.l Mlei
ii... ,....... m...... ui'.nti. t,,.., ii i.
,.,,, AW ulrl'1,u,,Hi Scin, Hlchards.
, irf i):i:tm .Jennv Hiia, Miss S. J.
nt. pr ,aKrar n Hoemer Mrs
, Anidinif inmiin',, An.'iiiii i k 'u'nio'
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I'linl- .111,1 ,h,iiLlii,.i- 11 w T Pnriln
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ui'"' 1. .-. 'Mlinhlll.
THK CANADIAN AUSTRALIAN
Mcniner Acrangl h is Junt left FIJI ou
jits hiHl vnyiige on this run Wind re
I eel veil by Urn agents hero would Indi
cate that them will bo room for but
"Keen imsnongera from Honolulu to
i '' Northwest. Dm booking being V"iy
,"'!lvv wtl' 'ourltts lo the expoalllim
!'l Seattle. The old Mlowera, It Is s-ild,
'"HI 'uko Iho Aoransl's placo. All (hi-
iiaillnii-Auslrallr.il boats 'are said lo In
reputing to receive wireless appara
tus as soon ns shore stations aro end
ed lu the Coloncs.
FREICIHT KECniVKD Irom Intoi-
Island boata today Is as follows: l'e
l'mr, Iwalanl. from Hawaii purls: fit 211
wall mid Mnul: 2U-S sacks sugar. V.i
He", Ji Backs crin, i. sacks wax 5(i c.ir
wheels, 12 bags "iiijily bottles. 10 bar
rels omnty bottles'. S cralea chickens.
193 paekagoa stuidtles, 70 hogs, (lobl
wellier un 1 muiU-riie tea it-ported bj
I 'I'HK P. M H. S. A3IA. which will
mllil! Hi.ni.liilu on Its trip lme to
;11'" coali, 1'aves a ein In the mall
"wvlce. as the next rhlp will not leave
,"1"1 ,l10 am of '"' mouth. Sho ins
been onkned dlreci lo Bun Frdnelrpn
ii'i un, nip nuit mm ttin not reKiilar-
' lv 0,n'1 ''..uolulii from htir iuui, 31m
i "':,'1'"' ' 11 "'' -r,"L Hackfeld & Co..
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sons tor the change lu tchedule.