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BVEN1N0 nuLi.CTtN, HONOLULU, T H. FRIDAY, JUNfi IS, 1000
mm & t w
Hawaiian First Degree.
1 1 iiiijsoav
Honolulu Chapter Regular
nnd Mark Matltr, 7:30 p. mi
ill (Kiting members of tbe
o-u t me rordlall) Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMON? LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. O. P
Mei vprj Monday evening t
1 30 In I O O F Hall. Fort Streot.
L It HHN'DHY. Secretary.
Y. D ICKE. N. G.
All vuulnfc brothers vtrj cordtall)
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of ?
Mrots every first aud third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of 1 Hall,
tot tier Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
mothers cordiaily Invited to attend
V H NL'GKNT, C. C.
11. U03LIM1 K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE C1G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 010. II. P O.
K'ks nurti- In iheir hall, on King
Pti.d mar lort. ovet) Frlda oven
lug l-i'tntj HioMicri are cordtull)
lav tied to attend
i: A DOFTIHTT. H It.
u c i:Asro.s. Stc-.
Wm, 'J. KiNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturda)
ifituug nt 7 30 oclocK In K. of I'
Hall, tor Fort nnd Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Incited to at
tend. F M. McGUEW, C O.
E. A. JACOHSEN. IC. R. 3
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 o'clock in K. of I". Hall, cornel
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. It McCOY. V, Trest.
11 1 MUOi'E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN T1UBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet every flrst nnd third Thurs
4ay of each month at Knights ol
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
lially Incited to nttend.
GEO SNOF.HSON, Sachem
E V TODD. C of n
Bcmf made up of the most
delicate and complicated ma
chinery. alvas requires the
bet of nttention from a man
who is an expert at it. We
have such a man in our es
tablishment, and our prices
ns well as our work will
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORr and KING Sts.. Honolulu
WANT A WIRE BED!
.Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
M, A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND K'NO STREETS.
3 0 0 K S
WALL NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
rjqp- BULLETIN ADS PAV
We ore in line with the
beit assortment of
In the market All makes,
Perfumed and Plain
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sti.
Dr. F. SCHUMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a m., including Saturdays; 3-G
m. excepting Saturdays.
New Ed'ticn of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon. Co.
The original and best self
filler Many pen makers have
tried to imitate the Conkling
but none hare succeeded in
keeping up to the Conkling
New stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Health and Economy
COOK WITH GAS
Levy's for Groceries
You haven't heard the best unless
you've heard the new
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-backs. Phone 6
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal in town.
inter-isiana uuu u, it. s u. snipping
books for snle at the Hullo tin
office, 60 each.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., tot
Leone (low, Leong Wall and Lu
Wung, who are charged with assault
and batter), had their cases continued
till Juno 19.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening uu lie tin, wrapped i
rcaay ior mailing, uu wuu hbui
1 e t i n office.
The demurrer Mod lu tho Circuit
Court In the case of Archer against S
Tnkeharo, waB toda) overruled li
Judge Andrado was not on the- bench
this morning, but n namesake of his
appeared In court nnd had to pay J3
for a booze net
There will he n meeting of the Kn-
tncliantPlii Alumni tonight nt 8 o'clock
In tho clubhouse to discuss (ho organ
Izatlon of a baseball team.
Koalo swamped one drink too many
estenla) and consequently was run
In Judge Long cstliuntcd the dam
ago done at $4, and Kaaln had to dig
fudge lloblnsou this morning as
pointed Kanoliu, administrator In the
estate of Ilnna, on tho etltlon of Al
Knuatiaul! bond fixed at 1800 There
aro six heirs
The Hoard of Public Works jestor
day advertised for bids to bo submit
ted for the building of the Teachei's
cottage at Kapaa, Kauai, (he tender to
bo opened on June 24.
The Hawaiian News Company Is
tming Maklno for J 1 1.70 due for
stationery supplied. Llghtfoot is
appearing for Maklno and tho case
went over till June 21.
Dickie Davis, the well-known
Maui sport, came In on the Manna
Eon and Intends stalng a few dajs.
Dick will not make the trip to Hllo
this soar, as the Watluku sports nre
going to have a big day of their own.
Fred Wirldron was operated on to
da) at the Queen's Hospital for aneur
ism of a vein In the neck. Tho opera
tion was an unusual one and eleven
phslctans were present when it was
performed. The patient is doing woil
Fred J Asch was iln'tcM In the
bonds of matrimony It t nlsht to Miss
Alice W. Todd. After the ceremony,
which was performed by Father Ste
phen, a reception was held lit the lest
denco of tho bride's parents on Uere
Tho ri(ilevlii suit brought by
Maklno et nl against High Sheriff
Henry to recover the papers taken
from the safe of the Nlppu Jljl's of
fice, was dismissed on Jurisdictional
grounds )cstrdtiy afternoon by
Judgo Cailos Long.
Money Is already being received
nt the olflce of the County Treasurer
for the licenses to do business re
quired by law. The licenses will be
Issued on July 1, and all arc coming
early that they might be delivered as
earl) as possible after the date of
Chief Leal arrested five Porto We
ans for gambling jeatcrday and the
bunch wero fined 13 each this morning
by Judgo Long. That tha fine was
thought Unlit, was shown by one of
the accused remarking as lie left tha
Police Station: "Mu pay throe, dot
lars every day, suppose can shoot
Judge Hobertson of the Circuit
Court lias Issued an order command
ing vv u, irwin, a representative ui
Clans Sprockets, to appear before him
on June 22 and show cause why he
should not pay a Judgment debt duo
from Irwin to Harvey Hitchcock.
The action was taken Incidental to
proceedings In the case of tho Terrl
tor) by W. O. Aiken, sub-agent of
the public lands In district 4, Ha
waii, against Hitchcock,
Ah Sam, nn elderly Chlneso who had
been working on the Walnaku Plan
tation, last Sunday morning mada a
desperate attempt at ending his lite b)
cutting hit. throat, but did not suc
ceed. He came (mm tho plantation
about a week ugo, and settled down at
the Ah HI pol shop at Puueo, where
lie Is reported to have been acting
very queerly. Ho complained that ho
had been obliged to leave the planta
tion owing to tho fact that some of
tho other laborers there had tried to
poison him because, he had been work
ing much better than they did. Hllo
The Fourth of July will bo celebrat
ed officially by the people of Hawaii
on Monday July 0, on account of the
Fourth coming on Sunday. Governor
Frenr wllj Ibsuo a Dy Authority notice
to that offect, aud said that unless
there Is a demonstration to tho con
trary, tho fifth will be the date set for
SALVATION ARMY IN CAMP
Oakland, June 5. Tbe Salvation
Army annual camp meeting will bo
held at Heuluh Park from June IB
to June 28. Colonel Miles and Mrs.
Miles will have charge of the
grounds Commissioner Hstlll of
Chicago will conduct the closing
THE BEST IN THE CITY. NO DAMPNESS FIREPROOF NO BUGS.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
82 King St., opp. Union Grill.
: CONSUL UYENO'S REPORT:
TOKIO, June 17 Consul Geuernl l')eno of Honolulu re
ports to the Japanese Foreign Offlio Hint he has tidvlKcd the
planters of Oahti not to )leld to the demands of the striking
Japanese plantation laborers
He declares In his report Hint the ngltutlon for higher
wages Is the work of nn nnnrchlstlc element iiiiiong the Ha
The Japanese government will not Interfere In the Ha
Japanese Journalist Coming
SAN FHANCISCO, June 17 - K. Klvovo, n Japanese Journalist, sill
ed for Honolulu today on the steamer China to make nn Invent lent Ion
of the Oahu strike question on beb-ilf of the Japanese of the P.n llle
WASHINGTON, June 17 The
manufacture of printing paper has
tariff revision In tho Senate.
BLOWN UP BY
I103TON, June 17
nn explosion of fireworks
Hunker Hill Da)
The Standard Office Filing Cabinet is the
It is used in every offlce and known to be the BEST.
Pastry from the Palm Cafe. Hotel
street near Union Is quto tho best
thcro Is to bo had In the city. Theic
Is u fresh supply on the counters every
Tho demand for chafing dishes seems
to have fullen off with thu iibo of gj
stoves. Tho Honolulu O.-ih Co, Ltd
lllBhop street, can give vou the Infoi
matlou ou nie after.
The Alexander Young Cafe, when u
modeled, will bo cooler and iiiopi nt
tractive than ever In tho meiii'iiue
take your meals on the sixth Ihxu if
tho Young building Hjiiiu prleu. as
The lamb and mutton solii at tin
Metropolitan Markct'ts thu best II. n -
ored that has been obtainable hero for
a long time. This came from Am
tralln In cold storage and Is excci
ilonally tender and Juicy.
The Hinpire Theatre lias a hulr-ruls
Ing film on for Friday and Saturda)
nights. "The Hand" Is tho title and
tho m)sterlniis appearance of a hand
through the jioitleres of n private
dressing room cause all kinds of
Tho Allan Herbert placo at Wnllile,
Kallhl Valley, will bo for rent duung
tho summer by tho day, wi.uk or
month Particulars at Henr) Water-
houso Trtibt Co, It's a great plate n
trend a summer vacation and at the
tamo time utten dto business.
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE
NOW SEEMS NEARER
According to u letter received hero
it seems more than likely that tho
long-promised Honolulu to Ioh Angeles
steamship lino may t.oon become an
actual fact. A I -ox Angoles concern
has raised half tho money necessary
to purchaso a steamship for tbe rim
and It Is hoped that tho rest of the
money muy be subscribed hero. J. II,
Castle Is said to have assured tho Cal
Ifornla hackers of tho enterprise that
cargoes of ties, suRlclent to till tho
freight carrying capacity of tho ship,
will he available hero on each trip to
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S,
IT IS IN THE
fight for free wood imlp for the
been begun in loiinectlon with the
persons weie Injured here tod.i) In
he used In the eli brnlloii ol
CO.. LTD., Agents
TUB FUUKHIT of the M.lillil l.oi
dellvuid nt the Ink Island wharf
this morning, was as follows n4m1
lugs A sugar 2JO bigs toffee, 4 It Igi
awo, 5 hag beans, .1 lugi gliu; i "
bunches bananas, 8 cuse dried IMi,
12 barrels pejrs, 1(1 cases peiim, 7 I, u
rets wood, 2 li.irrelii miiskmelouM .1
crates Jell) S birrels llquoi. 13 , ;tir
chickens, 4 elates pigs, It keg liiittet.
Illii bundles hides, 1.1 hogs .mil 1 '..'.
BHVKNTY-ITVn IIKAIJ or dittlo
weie brought In fiom the Parkti
much, Ktuwall, to the Kc.iwall Meat
Co. by the staiuci llilene which was
H parted b) the Cl.iudlnu this morning
loading sugar on Hawaii. The biigai
on bo.iid totals S.'UO lugs, i.jU ure from
the Kukaluu Mill Co, lulu from Ihu
Hamakiia Mill Co, mid m.iio limn the
Union Mill Co.
A CAIII.i: FIIOM Sail Finnclscn to
linchfeld & Co stales that Ike P M
K 8 China ! rt that place Toi Hono
lulu promptly on time eslerdiv She
Is due to arrive here mi the morning
of the 21th, the da) uftei the l.urllne
MKSSACHS HAVi: be u ucelved
regularly from the HllonUn since hei
dcpuituro fiom this xirt and when l.it
heai d fiom )esterday evening, was Mio
miles out. She repot in the ver) liehl
of weather with nn unusuall) smooth
sea and ulso that till passengers me
TUB STKAMHH NOKAU arrived
this ntorniug with thien deck passen
gerB and the following Height 157i
bags. K S Co siigir, loon baa II
sugar, 3d bags rice nnd 12 patkuiriM
Till: MAUNA I.OA icporlH tlir- fol
lowing sug-ii- on Hawal Hnemtpo,
11()J, Puu.iliiil, 11700; Houokaa, l.i.l'l 0;
Kukulhacle, 11700; Paaiihau, 1.1 3(0,
Paaullo, 22 010, Knknlau, 650.
ACCOItDLNO TO the Manna l.oa's
report, the steamer llelene has b.-'Mi
at Mnhukona loading suga. and ex
pected to bo nt Kawaln.ie istinl.i
at 2 p m
ASCII TODD At tho Catholic church,
Juno 17, 1909. b) Hoi Father Ste
phen, Fnd. J Ahch to Alice V.
pay BULLETIN ADS PAV -flOQ
The STYLE. TIT and COM
FORT of CLOTHES depends
on the CUTTING. Try us.
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS
IJJWiWWBiiPHsPSIZJf-toli. V jrBurMSBBHWIiaBMEJlj
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, June 18.
OKOHAMA -ArilMil June IS
S S Nippon Mnru Ik nee lime 7.
SAN FltANCISCO-Arrlved Juno 18-
S H Chl)o .Main, 7 n m. henco
KAANAPAI.I Sailed June 17-
S S Pldndes, for San Friinc Iseo
'Thursday, June 17.
POUT HAN LUIS Sailed June III-
H S WnHhteiinw, for Knhulul
4AN FHANCISCO Sail! d .1 i 17'
H S China 1 p in., fin Honolulu
I.I.KKI.i: Sailed lime 12
S S Lonl l)erb fin Newcastle
HANA- Hailed .lime 1.1-
Schr Jns Kolph for S.111 Frauclsi 11
II1I.O- Arrived Juno 12
Schr Metha Nelson (which had
sailed same da) for Honolpii there
being no beitli nt that nt, ie
t ill 111 d for orders.
llll.O- Anlved June 13-
Sehr ltoberl Lewors hence June 3
llll.O- Arrived Juno 14
H S VHglnlnti, fiom Knhulul
llll.O Hallid June HI
H S Vligliilnu foi Halloa Cm?
Wednesday, June 16.
SAN FHANCISCO Hulled June is
S S I inline 7 i m for Honolulu
8i:TTI i: Anlved June IT,
S S Hv.iih-M from Hill Fi uielsio
LATEST STORY OF
THE ERSKINEM. PHELPS
i lii Norfolk (Vu I Laiidiiiurk of
Apill 2,1 litis the following n guid
ing tbe latest trip of the great
'White li)er so well l.iiowii in tills
After n vovuge of ovei tluee
months duration, dm lug whlih she
was nevir leported, the full-rigged
sailing ship Hrkslue M Phelps, Cap
tain Itubeit J (Irnhatu. one of the
few vessels of hei ilnss now 11tI0.it.
passed In Cape Hi III v vesterda)
moiiilng and was towed Into port b)
the lug Cdliu V Cm w
liuiuar) dtli List the I'btlps, with
11 latge largo, sailed fiom Poit
Tovviikiiiil, Wiifji , for New York.
From the date unmed until she hove
in sight on Hie Capes xsteida), nil
time of the big km I lei w.ih lost, us
not one wind wiih leulveil from her
through p:islng mwoIh
The l'helis Is one ot llle Sevvell
lleet of fast deep-water, long-dls-tnrue
vessels, whlih trade uliuost
eutliel) with the eustern countries
The Phelps Is (onslgued dixit fiom
Seattle, Wash , b Deiiilug k. Could
Co and Kill) -Clark Co, Jolutl) to
T S Southgate A Co , I III . of Nor
folk who an bust .11 ranging for the
unloading and stoilng of hi 1 lei
oid caigo of mix! clhim otis .unit il
fruits, salmon and milk, the (list
thlpmcut of Its kind to be boated
mound Cape lloin lu 11 sailing ves
sel The mule of the Phelps was fiom
Cape li.ittei) to Cupe llilliy, iov
eiiug 11 dlstuiue b) the stilling ship
ionic of HifiOO miles In the wouiUr
full) fast time of 101 d.i)s. whlih
Is but thlrt) ditvs lougei tluiti the
fast steamships of the Atuerliaii-
Hawaiian Hue, who mike the tilp b)
the shoilei loule of llle Stiatls of
Jvlegellan, vvhltli is tisuall) toiisld
1 nil but 13;7!i) mills
It Is Bald h) those on tho water
front that this tilp of the Phelps bus
established n now uionl fiom the
It was leaimd that the utilvnl of
this lingo nt Nmfolk Instead of New
Villi,, where the) usuull) go. has a
petitllni BlgnlfiiatiLe and beniiug on
the futiiie df this port us a compel I
tor for the gieat truilo of the West
nnd South, which has hltheito been
handled b) huge hiokeis mid 10m
nilsslnii Intel ests lu New Yoik.
It Is iindei stood Hint this cm go
will demonstrate the. supeiloilt) of
the let initial futilities of this poll
vs New Yolk, as also the truffle
iconomk'K In getting the prodnit
llnally In the bunds of loiisiimeis.
Attorney Llglitfoot, whoso 10
plevlu pioteedlllgs weie dismissed
h) Judge Long, litis agiiiii Instituted
suit to it cover tho books mid papetH
which 1110 held b) High Shell IT
Henr) The tnse came up this art
el noon and was iiiiitliiiied till June
"Which wnB tho happiest llinn of
voui life,' ilii. giealcHt 111 lit evtr
shown Haluiiht) night Mi Shaw will
sing "Slug Mo to Sleep, Mi (leo
Milne "Ilouuln Jean " ami the Meluotte
slsleis "WIi.H'h the I'm of Diejmlngv
Anolhei lousing week 1 ml ptogiain
The B u 1 1 e t t Fubliihlnfj Co..
Ltd., is agent fur the best engraving
and lithograohing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing or every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions,
1 x ?l sl T, i
fc FiSi IE" K
tl n in n in
1 -1 1 'i 11 11 1 it vi r, ts r, tt it 11
1 1 1
1H 21 IMTIi '111 SIS 41 tint
3 1111 1 II 7 ."to II ' 1" C l I II
: '21 1 w. 2s 11 m A I r, 11 A 01
I'm 1 it w m 1 1, is 0 11 Sot
11 in ' 1
'li,ll 1 11 u w u 17 A hi r, IV s 11
'..oio -, 4. tun l 01 A lu n iv n :ii
New moon June 17 at 0 D" ji in.
llawnllau standard time is lu Imuia
20 inlnuleB slower than Urecuwlch
lime, being thnt of thi meridian of lf.7
legtees 30 minutes Tie time whistle
blows at 1.30 p. in , which Is the sains
ns Greenwich, U hours 0 minutes. Sun
mu moon are for local tlmo for tns
Frlda). June 18
Hlmr. Milium ijta, Slineison, fnnn
Knua nnd Kail, 5.u.i a m
Htm Helen.', Nelson, hum llnlui
kit-i ports, ti 111
Stun Noe.111, S.ulis. 11. m
I SAILING TODAY
Slmr Chiudlne, lldiuett, for Ha
wall ports, f i 111
Per stttir Manna Ui:t, Hltiierson,
fiom Komi nnd K.111 lime lb -J. (1.
Smith. J A Combs, V I Pratt. V L
Htiuley, tlovernoi V. F. Freai, J. II.
S Maitln, .1. A. Mngulre, Allss A. W.
Cciekroft, Mis. Joseph tlritbo, J, Cow.
per, O F Mil) dwell, C. W Ashford.
C10 K Mills, I) II Uavles. J. Aiakl.
II T llrodlck. O Ilitchholtz and 5
ih ell passengers
PASSENGERS BOOKED ,'
Per stun Cluuilitiu. for Hawnll units.
June 18I)i J. J (Irncu and wife.
Francis Marshall, Miss Chiilment. Alien
A) 1 111, .Miss 1) Knglo Miss i: llaldwlrr,
Mai,; tret Cook, Cleo Case, Doroth)
Hiwgi. Stella lloogs Alffed Tti)lor.
Invld Woidsvvoitb, Lrnest Ilitldwln.
Miss M Hocking, Miss H Hockltig.
Miss It Cumnitngs J Mnlr. S Mali.
W Harris Hung Chock, (leo Mtitrti).
V II. Smith, Mki (Irace O Powell.
Miss Ta)Ioi Miss Alice Smith, MIsh
M Thurston, Miss Ollili, Miss M. Qtielr
no, Chits (lay, Miss Townscud, Miss,
Rust c rims. Mini Schalts. Anna lllcli
irdi Al Hie birds, Nellie HlrhardH.
I'li.r lllKhaiii .kun) Hut, Miss S .1.
H(- Dr Jagg 11 It S llosmer. Mm
Aiisl.-inl F.inallue Anslanl J K Wtila
1111 1 Jim Wttlaiitu, S Kan ikatiul and
fjiullv Sam Whlto C. .1. Schotiilng.
The U H S Ills, which has been
IMistisl due bete lodu) his not )et
bet 11 sighted She Is mil cqulpix-d
with wlieliHs lilt graph itip.uatiis uti I
local laud stations nie thus unable to
nsctrtnlii her position. It s not
known hue what hct txact object In
tomlnlg to the Islands Is, but It Is
piohahlf Unit she hilugs siiiplles. It
Is 111 fill thought (hut It is possible she
li is bet 11 hcut heio to bo plated out ill"
rommlBslou, but theie Is untiling ill I.
Inlte In the rumoi.
The annual meeting of the ll.iwn.cin
Pineapple AbsikIuIIuii will bo belt! to
11101 iow Tho An-oclutlon litis been
spending 11 largo amount of incnc) In
udititlslng Hawaiian pineapples, nnd
It is expected that eoiiio luteitstlng
facts will be brought out nt tho meet
ing Amlethon, the caliber of the MiiUini
baseball team, Is laid up In Iho litis
lltal Biirfeilng fiom n I1.11II) CAlsted
foot It Is hoiitd that he itciiwu
qulckl), as his services on tho team
win be greatly missed
MUST LHAVi: OAKLAND Oak
land, June r, -Olllo Snedlgar, 11 pio
hatlon ollltei of this toituty, hail a
new tint) Imposed on him by Police
Judge Smith, who thtu moiiilng dep
utid him In hcu that Mingiiret Smith.
1111 littbllual ilriitikaid, leaves tho
Judfje Lorlgan Better. San lost,,
fiino 8 Supremo Court Judgo W (1.
Lnrlgau, Alio has been critically III
during Iho last live months, anil whoso
life Tor a tlmo was despaired of by his
flit litis hits ii'tuined fiom a blti) at
Paso Hohle s, Ho was gieutly benefited
h) titmtimulB thriu
Well Known Woman Dies V.ilhv.
June 8 Mrs Duneaii Mi Lean, wife of
a well kimvvn Mnio Island nav) -n,
foieimiu, nnd mother In I tw of Cltv
Tieisinei (Icoige Wttrfoid nntl Pay
Insiiccloi i: 1) IDntior tho mivy, dhsl
In this eliv lust evening after u sliort
Illness or piieiimoula She was 42
vens of ago nntl wltlel) know 11 In thlii
Sea Wrens, $100)
1 8-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKEHS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp-Vft South St, j