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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909.
Hawallan Third Decree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
I '111) A I
Honolulu Commander tied
All vlsltUin members of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend nicotines of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Moots every Monday evening at
:30 la I. 0. O. V Hull, Fort 8treet.
E. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. 1). WICKH, N. 0.
AH visiting brothers ery cordially
OAJIU LODOE, No. 1, K. of 1'
Meets every first und third Frl
iny ovunlng at 7:30 la K. of P. Hall,
corner tort and Deretanlo. VUltlcg
Srothers cordially Invited to attend.
F. 11. NUGENT, 0. C.
R. (50SL1N0. IC. II. 3.
HONOLULU LODOE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odpo No. CIO, II. I'. 0.
EII.s, uiects In their hall, on Kins
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Urotncrs are cordlully
Invited to attend.
E A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
U. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
ffm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.01P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
67jnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
HaU. cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Mconr.w, c. o.
K. A JAC011SEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hall, cornet
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
ln4. W. M. McCOY, V.. PresL
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
lay of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
Can be made to lost
longer and keep moT
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come nnd see us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealert.
' Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
"fort and kino streets.
WAIL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
1 Fort nnd Merchant Sts
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
JjSJJf BULLETIN ADS PAY
We nre in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes,
rcriumnl and Plain.
Just nsk for the kind you
LelmhtmU's Candta always
' CO., Ltd.
Kins; nntl Fort Sti.
AII1S. ROSENBERG . YOUNO HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
6tampinp, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
The smallest, most powerful Fire
Extinguisher on the market. Just
the thing for automobiles. C. W.
Macfarlanc, Agt., Masonic Bldg.
NOW LEADS ALL OTHERS.
Writing in sight- sneed un
equalled, light and durable;
easy handle pull ; automatic
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up any style.
'Fort and Beretania Sts.
Will do it
ALL HAND WORK.
Think of fbe saving in wear on
your clothes. ,.
J. Abadie, Prop.
White Skirt Clearance
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS.
Complete repair equipment just
received from the factory.
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, 0pp. Union.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fori
LOCAL AND GENEBAL-
Twelve hundred sheets of eood
paper -for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good nuto-bocka. Plume ,
Lieut. Itlcli, 2Clh Infantry, Is aboard
Take ypur carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., (ot
Inter-Island and O. It. & L. shipping
Looks for cute at the Bulletin
office, 60 each.
Eight Hunallans nnd Jnpancso were
tirrontod by detectives In Iwllol lor
Hun, Charles A. Rico Is lu town from
Kauai. He Is booked to nail for the
Coast on tho Mongolia.
Cliarb's M. Drown, of Hip Honolulu
Scrap Iron Company, lias purrhasi'd
the old Wnlluku miliar mill.
Mnhl, n Hawaiian youth, was arrest
ed and charged wllh larceny In tho
second degree, for stealing a bicycle.
HIkosIiI and Tatimra, a man nnd
umian, were arrested by inspector
Fennoll for nelllng liquor without n
Mrs. Goodc, wife of Major (loode,
recently transferred from tho ftth to
tho Uth Oavahy. may leave on the
Miss .1. 11, Hinds and Miss Edna
Cottress of Hun Francisco, returned
from Kauai and are again registered nt
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
1 e 1 1 n office.
lVople going to tl.o mainland for
their vacation should take Hawaiian
pieserves to their frleudB. Seo Mm.
Kearns abuut It.
Tho Anchor Saloon Is now under
management of Monty Montgomery.
Joe Merwin still remains us sky pilot.
Call and seo them.
,Mrs. Ward, wife of Lieut. Ward of
tho Engineer Corps, Wnlklkl, Is book
ed to leave on the transport Sheridan
today for the Coast.
Mrs. Stcrrllt, daughter of Lleiit.-Col,
und Mrs. Hunter of I.cllchiia, will
leave for the Coast on the Sheridan
after a brief visit with her parents.
Tho band will play today at the de
parture of the transport Sheridan and
also nt the departure of the Mongolia.
There will bu no evening concert at
Tho reort of the Registrar of the
Hoard of Health shows six deaths from
contuglous diseases for the fifteen das
ending June 30, divided as follows:
Diphtheria, 1; tuberculoid i, ft.
A cable received from Captain Kel
ly, of tho bark Andrew Welch, Is to
the effect that Captain Loicuzcn, who
was a passenger on tho hark, had ar
rived In San Francisco very much Im
proved In health.
Chief of Detectives Leal nabbed
twelve Korean gamblers who were In
dulging In a quiet game of genuine
American lker last night. They were
caught "with tho goods," SI In money
being secured In the iot.
Captain Shlpp, Cuptaln Chapman
and Ueut. Pardee, nil of the 20th In
fantry, may not leave on thu Sheridan
owing to tho lack of accommodations
and may therefore travel on the Mon
golia, having authority to go on a pas
senger lliif. Tho officers will parlle
I palci In shooting competitions on the
Ossa Nukayama who attempted sul
cldo by drinking ant poison, died Frl
dty evening nt tho Japanese hospital.
She wus well known around town as u
masseuse and Is thought to liavo com
mitted tho net through temporary de
rangement. Somo time ago she was
thrown from a car nnd Injured nnd
since here health 1ms beou bad.
A bright girl lu wanted to answer
'phono and tako orders. See classified
A good prlco Is altered for any quan
tity of ulllgatur pears. Address P. O,
Grout values this week can bo ob
tained at Jordan's lu ludies' fashion
able, ready-to-wear dresi.es and suits.
Indies should go to Mom's this week
and select whltu wash sklrlH at prices
below normal. The salo Is for a- week
Tho Conklin solf-fllllng pen Is sold
by Oat & Mossman, Merchant street.
The Conklin leads all others In quality
and will glvo ou absoluto satisfaction.
Remember the place, tho Palm Cafe,
hotol street near Union, for the best
len cream, cakes and tsoda water after
the performance at tho motion picture
Clo to Sachs Dry OoodH Co, this week
and see tho great variety ot new goods
now on display. Corner Deretnnia und
Fort streets. Many special goods for
Tho Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd.,
has unsurpaskud fucllltles for properly
handling tho many (rusts now in Its
enro. Your affairs will recclvojierson-
ui attention uy us management.
Th Inst lew duys of-very hot weather
liavo reminded many a man that the
suit ho Is wearing Is too heavy for the
summer. W. W. Aliuna Co., C2 So.
King St., as tho finest linn of summer
weight woolens ver brought to Hono
lulu and they have thu knack, of giving
stylo and fit In tho clothes they make.
WE ADVERTIZE WHAT WE 1
ha niv shipping-
H II H kS H lll H 1 IN FOREIGN PORTS ' ARRIVED I
M jB H B H jH V t
IT, AND DO JT RIOHT. PHONE YOUR BAQQAQE AND FURNITURE
MOVING ORDERS TO US.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
Independence Day Again
Claims Its Roll of Dead
NEW YORK, July ft. Four deaths fmtn Fourth of July acci
dents have been I ('ported and the number of seriously Injured U
three hundred nnd thirty-two, The hospitals In New York and
llrooklyu were swamped with the number of emergency cubcs which
have been brought In.
The lite departments have icspandcd In scores of fire nlurms during
It wus u record Fourth of July.
CHICAGO, July ft. The nation's
of Foul th of July iii-i lileiits today Hhows uixty-four dead and one thous
and five hundred and seventy-live Injured, w) far as the lepoits huvo
Fire losses, directly traceable to the use of firecrackers und other
('.reworks, aggregate over half u million dollars.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky, July ft. Arthur Granville Lunglinm, ex
president of the Fiovldent Life Insurance Company of Pennsyl
vania, is deail as the result of Injuries received from the explosion of a
Jikiri's Band No More
MANILA, July ft. DclnchiiicuU of the Sixth Cavalry, under com
mand of Captain Urjain, eiiguged 111 n desperate fight today ill Jolo with
a band of outlaws, led by Jlklrl, the fumous bandit leader. The cavalry
men drove, the outlaws through the iiuiuutiilns Into u tuve. in which
they took tefuge, foitlfylug the entrauie mid pieparliig for u despeiate
resistance. Jlklrl refused to surrender and It wus necessary to Keep up
the tight until the last man wus dead.
One private of the Sixth was killed during the attack ami three offi
cers and twenty-four men were wounded.
MUTINEERS ROUNDED UP.
MANILA, July I. Retorts from Mindanao are to Hut effect that
seven more of thu Dluvao mutineers hnvo heen'rouuded up by the troops
pursuing and hunting tbeni thrnuih the mountains. This leaves only
three missing of thoo known to lmo attacked their officers lust mouth.
DENVER, Colorado. July ft. This mm-IIoii of the Stale was visited
by a severo storm today, will h has demoralized the railway
B Kleins. As n result of the blockade thousands who weie spend
ing the holldii)fl nt vnrious mountain lesorts are marooned there.
S0ULE FOUND GUILTY.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 3.- 11.
the charge of sending threatening
manding three thousand dollnrs
money was not forthcoming. He
m i m
$250,000 FIRE AT OLYMPIA.
PRATTVILLE, California. July I. Fire, started through tho use
of fireworks, wiped nut this town today. Eight hundred persons are
homeless and nt least one person Is known to have lost his life lu the
flames. The property loss Is CHtliuuWd lit one hundred thousand dollars.
UEVERLY, Massachusetts, July , . Mis. Tuft mid children, the
wife mid family of the President, have arrived licit- fiom Washington.
They will spend the summer at their home heie and will he Joined by
the President ns soon ns Congress adjourns.
NORWICH, Connecticut, July I.- Piesldent Tuft will arrive here
tomorrow to take part in the rulehratlou of the two hundred und fiftieth
anniversary of tho founding ot the city,
JAIL FOR FORMER LAW-MAKERS.
TOKIO, July 3. Twenty-three members of the present and the
former Diet were today sentenced to Jail after conviction lu the cases
r.rlslng out of thu Foimosu Sugar Company scandals. The sentences
run fiom tlueu to nine months.
0. A. R. FOUNDER HONORED.
WASHINGTON, July 3. President Tnft was the principal speaker
today ut the unveiling ot the monument t II. Stevenson, u surgeon
of tho Fourteenth Illinois, the fouudeV of the (irnnd Army of thu Re
PRESIDENT'S FAMILY AT BEVERLY.
WASHINGTON, July 3. Tho (nmly of Presldtu Tnfl bus stnrted
for lleverly, Massachusetts, whero thoy will he Jollied later by the Presi
dent and whero thoy will spend the summer.
m i i
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT WANTED.
WASHINGTON, July 5. Thu Senate yesterday adopted the resolu
tion calling upon tho Stntos to vote upon n (oiistltutlonal amendment
empowering Congress to enact nil Income tux.
m i e
TAKAHIRA IS ORATOR OF THE DAY.
PHILADELPHIA, July !"v Ambassador Takahlru was the ointor at
tho patriotic exercises yesterday held In Independence Hull.
HE MAN WHO HAS NOT ORDERED his Summer
Suit had better
WOOLENS at W.
toll of dead and Injured us a roi.utl
W. Smile has been found guilty of
lelteru to Rudolph Spreekels, de
on pain of death or Injury If
was sentenced to four jears lu
see the LIGHT-WEIGHT
W. AHANA COs STORE.
Saturday, July 3.
CIttl.i: Airlvoil June 27-
Ilk. Dolhnrdaru Castle, bunco April
PORT IIARFOHD-Sallcd Jul, 3:
II, S. Roma, for Honolulu
MAHUKONA Arrived Juno 2":
I'elir. Metliu Nelson, from tloniili'it
MAHUKONA -Arilvcd Jul) i;
Schr. J, II. Ilruce, fioin San Fran
rls,co. MAllUKONA--Sailed July I.
Schr. Metha NoIfoii, for San Finn
I1II.O Sailed July 2:
S. S. Mexican, for Sallm Cruz.
BUT SHORT STAY
Big Transport Comes In
Time For Moana
The at my transport Sheildaii will
Icavu for Sail Francisco this afternoon
at ! o'clock after n brief stay. Aboard
tier Is the Twenty-Sixth Infantry. Col
onel llooth lu command, which will go
In Bta.tlon ut Fort Wayne nfter a full
tour of service In the Philippines.
Tho Sheridan had a rough trip, stick
ing her blunt old note Into head winds
and adverse suaH all the way over. The
bad trip' did not stop the olllcers and
ladles from attending the ball ut the
.Moana hotel although the ship was not
docked until after 8 o'clock.
Sable, a Honolulu student, wan
hiouglit hack on the boat nfter stowing
away Horn Honolulu III the hopes of
getting free p.uWtgc to Manila, which
ho saw framed only lu a putt hole.
Trtcniy-llve uillitaiy pilsoners aie
being brought b ick to various military
prisons lu the Stales and four will be
added to liie number fiom local bar
racks." The wireless operator of the
Shcildan bail good i-onhv all tho way
U Officer Peterson, who took the ti
Jt Hlloulaii over pending the lecnv- r!
tt eiy of Captain Johnson from In- it
it Juries received In an automobile it
it iicclileut, him evidently icHlgncd ii
it thu bridge on tho leturii lilp. ii
Si wireless messages being received Si
ii 111 thu lutluo or Fiedrlckuon. (Up- Si
Si tain Johnson will resume com iS
K maud on the next voagu tit San SS
SJ Francisco. Tho latest nieiMugii U
IS from the Hlloulaii la as follown: tl
St Four hundred IHteen miles ut it
it 10 p. in. July 8. Will arrlio nt it
it noon Wednesday. Si
ti Tho following wlieless vviih re- It
SS eelved by Castle & Cooko from tX
SS Fiedrlcksou on hoard the llllon- SS
V. tan Frlduy night: JJ
ii 1SD0 tons cargo, 3K passengers, tS
SS 113 bags mail, Wells lurgo, lull) It
tt miles fiom Honolulu at nine p. in. SS
ss ti ss n uttixttuuv.it tt tt ss st ts ti
tt Captain Wceden of the l.iirllno SS
ti Filday night sent a wireless to tt
tt the agents, Castlo & Cooke, as SS
tt follows: Eight p. in., six linn- tt
M dred miles off. Moderato castor- SS
SS ly wind und sua. tt
SS tt SS SS SS SS St ts SS SS SS SS SS ti ss tt u u
IN NE POSITION
Chailes Albright began his duties as
stenographer In (ho olllco of Unlled
States District Clerk Murphy this
morning, having leceutly been appoint
ed to succeed Miss Coleman, who re
signed, Mr, AlbilgJit Is one of tho old
nowspaper bojs of the town, und has
many Ii lends who wish him good luck
In his new position.
IN NEW COUNTY OFFICES.
(Special to the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 u )
WAILUKU, MAUI. July 2, County
Trensurer L. M. lluldwln mid his as
sMunts huvo moved Into their nfllco
nt tho County Iliilldlng elegantly fit
ted. Tho County Cloik und Iloaul of
Supcivlforti liavo moved lo tho office
adjoining tho post oillco. -Tho Treas
urer inceliud payments for licenses
und vulcr nitt-u In tho now omcu
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
TIE CHABLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, otyvU) Bouth It
Sunday. July 4.
Stmr. Mlknhala, TuHett, from Molo-
knl and Maul'iorts, 2:20 n. tn.
Stiur. Klnnii, (liegnry, from Kuual
ports, 2:10 a. in.
Stmr. Maul, llruhii, front Hawaii
IKirls, I MO a. in, , .'
V. S. L. II, T. Kukul, Johson, from
Knlliia, 2:0T, p. in.
Monday, July ft.
T. K. K. S. S. Chlyo Muni, areene,
fiom San Francisco, a. ni.
IJ. S. transport Sheridan, fiom Ma
nila. 7 p. m.
Saturday, July 3.
Stmr. Mokolll, for Maul (excursion)
If. S. S. St. Uiuls, (Heaves, for Suva
iiul Pugo Pago, 7 a. in.
U. S. S. Iris, Whltton, for San Fran
cisco, 2:30 p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Massachusetts, for Port
Allen, Kauai, ft p. in.
M. N, S. S. Ilyades, for Knhulul, C:30
Monday, July ft.
T. K. K. S. S. Chlyo Mam, Hreene.
for Yokohama, ft. 30 p. m.
Tuesday, July i".
Stun. Manna Kea for llllo ami way
ports, 12 noon.
H. S. A. T. Shcildan. for San Fran-.-lico.
P. M. S. H. Mongolia, for San Fran-
Stmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal, und
Maul ports, ft p. in.
Stmr, W. (1. Hall, for Kauai ports,
5 P, in.
Stmr. Noeau, for Kan.il ports, ft p. in.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED f
nila, for Honolulu- Ilrlg.-Geii. Mur
ray, II. S. A.; .Mrs. Murray. Misses
Murray, Capt. fallen, ( A. C.
Through-rCol. Chas. A. llooth, Lt.
Col. James II. Jacl.son, Major J. T.
Clarke, Major E. E. Hatch, L, F.
Kllbournc, J. F. Preston, E. A.
Roche, II. M. Dlchmnii. P. II. Mc
Cook, O. II. Knox, I. A. Suxton. 1st
l.leuls. F. W. Ilentsou, I,. K. Han
son, Henry I), Illnshuid, C. 11. Par
ker. T. M. Hunter, A. (1. Arnold.
CI. 8. (llllls. Dens. Archer, L. M.
Purcell, Harry S. Adams, C. A.
Dona bl win; 2d l.leuls. .11. M. Kelly,
Clmrlcs II. Rich, It. Ai;Duiiford, It.
11. Jiicob, E, R. Householder, Ed
ward Teall, 1). (J. C. fjirlson. F.
W. Ilraden, Juines C. WIRfaniB. U.
I), linker. II. J. Damm. Mrs. C. A.
llooth, Mis. J. T. Clarke, Mrs. U.
E. Hatch, Mrs, Kllboitrnu und Infunt,
Mrs. J. F. Pie.doii, Mrs. ,K. A.
Roche, Mrs. II. M. Dlchman, Mrs,
P. II. McCook. Mrs. L. M. Jlanson.
Miss lliewster, Mrs. R. A. Bom
mem, Mrs. C. A. Donaldson, Mrs.
E. II. Teall und Infant, Miss Raker.
W. L. Clurke-miil wlfivli. O. Clem
fiits, F. M. Conklin, wife mid four
children, John K. Cowan, G. It.
Duncan, wife nnd son. Win. M.
(loodale, A. G. Goodwyn, wife and
two chlldion, II. L. Ktnulson, Mrs.
S. Koch, Walter Kreuger, wife und
child, C K. LuMotle, A. L. Lan
selgne, wife and two children, 11, G.
McLeod nnd wife. W. II. Miller, wife
Per T. K. K. S. 8. Chlyo Mnru. from
San Francisco, July ft. For Honolulu:
Cabins On Mauna
Two beautiful rainbows, utandlnt;
majestically over tho horizon, were so
attractive Hint tho passe.igeis on
hoard llio llngnhlp Mauna Ken rushed
to the railing or the ship 'amr watched
the glorious sight. Even those who
wero seasick managed lo get up to
seo thu rainbows,
Tho Mauna Ken, bringing In an un
usually largo list of passengers front
llllo nud"Muul ports, arrived at about
7:20 o'clock this morning, docking at
her horlli near Nuuiuiii street. Tim
dip from llllo wob pleasant and thu
passengers, particularly thu young
men, ban-; nil tho way down.
Captain Freeman and all the onVjOrs
or thu llagshlp gave up their rooms for
sick passengers who, othderwlse,
would huvo la-en compelled to slecii
on deck. This kindly notion ot t. of.
fleers was grently oppieclnlcil by llm
The Mauna Koa left ftir l usa!l,
nt noon (oday on her,u-gular run. sin,
took pasiengers, iUr. ,! Kl.era ca.
The lliu-lcy toclety or tobacco,
growers, meeting Winchester, Ky
""':;'' ''"" ,,aik Ba""-y n.t ;;
l...0()0 bonus to Piesldent Clareucu