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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1009.
Hawaiian Third Dcnrce.
Honolulu Commandery ned
Oceanic Third Degree.
Alt visiting members of the
Order pre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets very Monday evening l
r:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Kort Street.
K. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. WICKL', N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU I0D0E, No. 1, X. ot P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
lay evening at 7:3U In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla, Visiting
Druthers cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUOHNT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODOE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. G1C, I). P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
lng. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. UASTON, Sec'y.
ffm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'
Hall, cor. Fort and Doretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McOItEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSI2N, K. It. S.
EONOLULU 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 P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are lnvltod to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, V., Prest,
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thura
lay ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llally Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
wan who thoroughly
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealeri.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
M. A. Gunst tfc Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
fort and Merchant sts
C. Q. YEE HOP & CoT
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
We arc In line with the
best assortment ot
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNO HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists. Olovcs and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387,
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
This and all the latest peri
odicals are to be found at
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretanla Sts,
Will do it
TO TOURISTS 1
You can intrust to us the most
delicate garment. All hand work.
J. Abadie. Prop.
White Skirt Clearance
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG. Bid.
A. B. ARLEIOH CO,. LTD.
Hotel St, Opp. Union.
is the best.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
TwW hundred incMi of mod
paper for twenty-five cents at 'the
a u 1 1 ej i n ouicv,
Ten good auto hacks. Phone 6.
Take yriur carriage or automohltt
to Hawaiian Carriage Uanfg. Co., fu
up-to-dato re pairs.
IMor-lsland and O. R. ft L. shipping
books (or biI at the Bulletin
office, 60 each. '
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready tor mailing, w cents at u i
let in office.
Coat our Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co, ogents.
William Rosarlo ami Antonio AcoMn,
who arc charged with vagrancy, had
their casci continued till tomorrow and
John Johnson, who disturbed the
quiet of tho evening I" his suburb
last night, liml to pa) a One of $5, this
morning for tho alleged fun he had.
Formal notlco wns sent to tho Doanl
of Superiors toil a) by Marstnn
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Works, announcing the widening of
Hotel street n
C. H. Wills thought It better to for
felt $6 ball money tlmti to appear be
foro Judge. A'udrade on a chargo o(
Ikjoio fighting. He lost about 12 on
T C Dickw ell's case nan again put
oer to next Friday. Ho Is charged
nidi Improperly manipulating a motor
car, and Attorney Frank Thompson is
appearing for hint.
William Scarb), superintendent of
Puttnenc mill, 1a in town on a short
huslncsii trip. He reports nil well at
file big mill and everybody looking
forward to the visit or (lie Honolulu
tennis team did lng August.
Agents wanted by progressive
manufacturing Company. Aoenta
can, easily make $25 weekly. Wrjte
for latest illustrated Catalogue
sheet and terms to "Manufacturer,"
JP. 0. Box 1771- New York. "
P. Sullivan, tho alleged vag and no
account loafer, who got a hat from
tho Chlof ot Dctettivo's hoUsc, was
charged vlth soliciting nlms this
morning and treated to a suspoiidcd
lenience of thirteen months. Ho will
bo ghen n chance to ship out of tho
Another raid was made on Oahu
stock this morning nu tho Stock Ex
change on the strength of nothing In
particular, oxcei t tliu iloslrp of noma
ono to make a little money by scaring
tho other mnn out. Qtlicrwlno tho
market was strong. Hawaiian Com
mercial Is advancing and tho only
weakening was In response to the s)m
pathetic sag of Oahu.
The transport Thomas, which left
San Francisco on the 6th of this month
Alls up conveniently a gap left In tho
In-coming mall schedulo. Sho is
scheduled to arrive hero on tho 13th,
Tuesday next, and will prcccdo tho
Asia by four dajs, tho Inttor bclni?
scheduled for tho 17th. Tho Tono
Maru will take Uio next mall out to
tho coast Sunday, tho, malls closing an
hour earlier as usual Following tho
Tcnjo Mani, tho Hllonlan takes the
mall, leaving on the, 13th.
BALL00NIST8 IN ST.ORM
10,000 FEET ABOVE EARTH
'Most Hazardous Trip Ever Made,"
St. Loilis. Jtllln 5!) Wlllntuifl In nnH
fro like a feather by a 60 mllo galo
in a dunso black storm cloud 10,000
feet above tho earth. John Tlorrv nnH
M. A. Hlcnmann, balloonlsts, camu
through In safct).
Helnmann. who Is sccklnir a linllonn
pilot's llccnso from Iho Aero club of
illlL-riCa nHrOIlllOll Willi Urrv lntnn.1.
lng to mako soen flights, ascending
nnU lamllnir II llnil nflnr Ihn atnrl
Thoy ascended In tho big, balloon Met-
i nuun iino nimosi met disaster at
tho start, when tho wind whlnnmi
them against a derrick. They cleared
this and were carried to an altltudo of
10,000 feet and Into tfiumler -lni,a
While tho wind" tossed them about
mo iwo men, freezing with cold,
pitched out bag after bag of ballast,
ond when tho balloon did not ascend
abovo tho storm pulled the emer
gency vnlve. lfclnmann was Injured
In making tho landing" turning hl's
Horry In inscribing tho trip said:
"Todaj'j trll) wns thn mnnt l,nnr,l.
ous I over experienced."
TAFTS SON. 11 YEARS OLD,
RUNS MOTHER'S ATfTn
Washington, Juno 29, Charllo Tail,
it years Old. louncciit uon nf ih ik,i
dont, has appropriated bis mothcr't
electric runabout. Ilecauso of her in
disposition Mrs. Taft has not been!
ublo to run tho machlno lainiv hn.
only OUtlncs hnlni? Iipm talAn in .. I
r - - --" -- iuxmi (i, unv I
jor tno nig White Houso touring cars.
hiiuu mania returned from ha
school at Wfllnrlnnti fVinit h. ir,..i,n.t I
about for Lomothlng to Interest a very!
acino small boy and discovered tho
nu inncnino. no nas mastered Its
control and uses It daily.
The boy has hnd seeral lsltors of
IiIa own ago recontly and takes them
for ilrlvr-s about Vashlngton, running
tho machlno himself.
STANDS FOR O00D SERVICE AND PHONE NUMBER OF
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
VOTE ON TARIFF BILL
WASHINGTON, Jul) S. The Senate passed tho tin Iff bill by n to
of 4fi to 31.
PANAMA, July 8. Political
President Itejcs Is In London, having
lear of assassination. A revolt is started ngnlnrt Ills adtjiorlt).
BRANDENBERO OUT ON BAIL.
ST, LOUIS, July 8. llniiulcnbiirg, who was nequlttcd In the trial
In connection with the Cleveland letter, but Immediately I carle ted on n
charge of kidnapping, has been released :m ball. '
M I I
MARTIAL LAW AT OLACE BAY.
ai.ACi: HAY, Cape llrcton Island, Jul 8. Martlul law has been
declared in tho coalfields.
MARQUIS DE OALLIFFET DEAD.
PARIS, July 8. The Marquis de (Inlllffct Is dead of npoplcxt.
The Ideal Summer Drink
A Perfect Blend
Delicious, Cooling, Refreshing
(the famous mineral water from the Harzcr Mountains of
(the pure Mountain Raspbery Juice from Gotha. Germany.)
Sauerbrunnen, 100 bttls to the case, $10.00 p:r case.
Himbeersaft, 12 lge bttls to the case, Qy $8 50 per case.
Tako jour films to Gurrc)' for de
veloping ami printing. Personal atten
tion and thoroughness to every order.
Oct some of that toothsomo home
made cam)). None like It In town; to
bo had only at "Woman's Kxcliango,"
Hotel near Fort.
When jou ring up Lovj's for groc
eries j on may depend upon It that jou
will get Iho best tho 'market admits
and at tho lowest prices. Phono 70.
When )ou buy Mkich. buy Regiils and
5 on will git tho greatest valuo for jour
money. Regal shoes aro sold only by
Tho Regal Shoo Sloie, corner King and
Tho Ideal summer drink Is Bauer-
briinncp and Thucringcr Hlmbeerhnft
(tho pure mountain raspberry Juice
from Ootba, German)). Sold In case
lots by II. Hackfeld & Co.
Underwood UiHiwrltcrs and expert
repairing at A. U. Arlelgh & Co.. Hotel
strcL Arlelgh k Co. live handle 1 tho
Uqdorwood for three jcars and are
thoroughly familiar with uvery dotal!
Paint jour roof with Eureka Perfec
tion Paint. Tho lenk stopper paint
and the best roof paint In tho market.
Sold by tho gallon or harrol by Hutcku
Perfection Point Co , P. O. Uox 93, Ho
The men who succeed In business
aro tho men who soend nioncv for ad
vertising ilbornllj-, but Judiciously. Con
sult The Chas. R. rrazl;r Company, ad
vertising experts, who will advise jou.
You can bring tho Grand Opera
homo to you if jou hnvo n Victor TnlH-
lng Machlno and Caruso, Scottl, Mclba,
Karnes and dozens of other famous nit
Ists can bo heard uny time jou want
thorn. Borgstrom Music Co.
The most beautiful uswirtmont of
plcturo frames and mouldings over
shown In this cltj nro now at Honolu
lu Photo-Supply Co , Fort street. Those
good wor all personally selected by
tho proprietor In Now Yoik.
IIJWIUM llj p. .,.., . v, ,
HE MAN WHO HAS NOT ORDERED his Summer
Suit had better
WOOLENS at W.
coiullllnnH in Colombia me rrltlml.
left the Colombian capital for
& Co., Ltd.,
FIRST ONE AND
THEN THE OTHER
Mongolia And Alameda
Change Places In
Aeronllng to wireless messages be
ing lecelvid from tliu Alameda, pas
sengurs nu tho vessels lining In tho
coast must he having morn exciting
trip thini usinlly fulls to tho lot of tho
An official mins,igi fiom the Ala
meila last night, at 8 p. m. reads its fill
lows: "Al.tmula, clgl)t p. in. All well,
stiong N. I:, wliu) ami head sea, 437
nillis, Mongo.i li. sight." This prob
ublj means that tho Pnclllc Mall boat
was Just tomliiK nil after tho fifteen
miles and over lost by a delnjcd start,
as leported bj tho Hllonlan.
Later S. A. Phulps, opcialnr un
board the Alameda, got In touch with
tliu KahulMi operator and at 11:30 ha
reported Ihu Mopgnlfa as flvo miles
ahead. Thej were then OQO mCB ()t
and a vorj niugh sea running, anil It
looks us If tho Alameda would low
out after ul In tho heavy sei. Tliey
still have more than a good chance
with Impiovjul weather and tho race
is llab o to bo very close.
Tbg Kiihulfu wiiclcss opiintor lht
nlglit receive!) messages fiom both
iho Chljo Maru and tho trunsport,
Slierliliiu. At 1I:S0 p. in, tho Jnpan-
cso Imat was 1139 miles towanls tho
Orient but no report camo as tu tho
weather mid sen. Tho Sheridan was
524 miles towards tho coast and was
probably passed during tho night by
tho Mongolia and Alameda
185 editorial rooms 250 bu
nets office. These are the telephont
pumbera of the Bulletin office.
see the LIGHT-WEIGHT
W. AHANA CO.'s STORE.
f ,v . 1 : ;.
I IN FOREIGN PORTS i I SAILING TODAY
Friday, June 9.
LtlUnetA Arrived Julj 8-
Sibr II. C. Wright, hence Juno 19.
SYDNKY Sailed Mny 29:
8. S. OceinfQueen, for Honolulu
via Ocean Island, expects to nrrlve
hero July 11th to 15th.
Thursday, July 8.
SEATTLi: Arrived July C.
H, S. Pleiades, from San Frnnclsro.
HAN FRANCISCO Arrived Julj ':
S, S. Columbian, from Siillna Cm.
SAN FRANCISCO-Airlvcd July 7'
Schr. Jus. Itolpb, from II una. June 15.
PORT T0WNS1:N1 Arrived Julj 7:
Schr O. .1. Olson, hence Juno 19.
IIRISHANK Sailed July 7:
H. S. Marnnia. for Honolulu.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HUMBOLDT HAY irNTHANCi:. CAL
Notice Is hercb) given that North
Jetty Outir I'ml Buoy, 1, n black first
class spar, off tbu submerged end of
the North Jetty entrance to Hnmlmldt
Hal, Oil , was repented adrift Juno 2fi.
It will bo replaced its soon us prac
Ilj order of tho Light houso Board.
SAN FRANCISCO BAY, CAL.
Notlco is hereby given that Four
nnd One-Half Fathom Gas Ituo)
moored 2700 feet eastward of Pacific
Moll S, 8. Wharf, San Francisco Baj
Cat, heretofore repoilcd extinguished
wns lellghtcd Juno 22.
Notice Is hereby given that Castro
Rocks Gas Buoy, moored nbout 500 feel
SW. Vt S. from tbu outeiniost of Cas
trn Rocks, San Frnliclsco itav, Callfoi
iiln, found extinguished, wuh relighted
SAN PABLO BAY, CAL.
Notice Is herebj given that San Pnb
lo Dredged Channel Buoy No. 15, San
Pablo Baj. Cal hcietofoio leported ul
most submerged, wns replaced Junv 23.
Bj order of tho Lighthouse) Board.
POINT CABR1LLO, CAL.
Notlco Is hereby given that Point
Cabrillo Llght-Stutlou was estubllshid
Juno ID, 1UU9, on Point Cabrillo, about
350 feet from Its end, about 25 miles
NNWIj. from Point Arena Light
Tho light Is of the 34 order, flashing
white eveiy 10 seconds, 81 feet above
tho water, 32 feet above base of tower,
nnd should bo visible 14 miles In
clear weather, tho obsciver's c)0 15
feet ubovo tliu water.
The tower Is u white octagonal frnim
structure with brown trimmings ifiu,
surmounted by n black cjllndrlcal Ian
tern. It rises from tho rear of n one
story, white, fog signal building with
brown tilmmlngs and red roof. Tbrei
white, twostorj-, frnmo dwellings, with
rod roots, stand about 000 feet iriy
from Die tower; n white barn, with no
roof, end several small outbuildings
The approximate geographic position
of tho light, ns taken from Coast mid
GcpdUlc Survej Chart. No. 5705. Is:
Latitude, north, 39 dig 20 mill. (60
sec): longitude, wist, 123 dig. 49 mill
Point Arena Light houso, 170 deg. 3G
mln. truo (SSE. 3 8 i:. mag.); Piintu
Oniiln. 335 deg. 19 mln. truo (NW. 1-1
N. -Mug )
The fog signal, a first ilnus com
pressed air siren, sounds thus: Blast,
2 sec.; silent Interval, 2 sec.; blast, 2
sec; sllint Interval, 21 sic. -
Ilj ordir of Iho Light-House lloaid
FRL'IOHT DUI.lVlfRLD by the
steamer Muiiiiu Loa this morning': 2935
b igs II. A. Co. sugar, 26 lings colTco, 2
bugs aw a, 2 bags beans, 3 bags ginger
t bags cabbage. 00 bags charcoal, 3S
bunches bananas, 8 barrels pears, 12
cases pears, 0 ban els dried ilsh, 7
cases dried fish, 4 kegs butter, 3 kegs
snko, 30 bundles hides, 1 bundle sheop
skins, 2 bundles goat skins, 125 pack
ages siindilcs, 13 crates chickens, s
crates pigs, 11 hogs, i horses, 10
caives, 31 head cattle,
Till: PROSFCR although slated to
get out again this morning has not jet
dono so. Her crew did tho best tho)
could to bo released from their art
icles nnd nro firmly convinced that
the ship Is possessed by n hoodoo but
wero not ublo to do moro than look
cross. They will tako her ovor,
Till: HILONIAN Is unloading ut tliu
i all way wharf. The popular Mat sou
liner will leavo for tho coast next
Tuesday and will carry u full cargo us
well as a full passenger list. Captain
Johnson, now i ('covered from his ncel
dent In Castle's automobile, will again
HAWAII SUOAR LIST bj steamer
Jlauna Loa this morning: Honuapo,
9J75; Puniiliiu, 11,000; Honoknu, 1400;
Kukiilhaole, S200; Panuhnii, 9200;
Paaullo, 25,000; Kiiknlau, 0741.
Till: HYADLS of 10 Mntson m,
iQtiiinild lodaj fiom Kauul and is at
tho mllrodd wharf completing iUr cur
go, Tim bnikenlliip Cninuniln leaves foi
San Franciero Sunda) niornlns, Jul)
11, at 8 o'clock, fiom tho Oceanic
Oil e. S. Sojo Mnru. Otn, foi Yoko
iiniun, p. til.
Slmr. Clniidlno, for Maul and Hawaii
ports', 5 p. in.
Slim. Ilelcnc, for Hawaii ports, C
Per stinr. Mauni li.i, Slmerson, July
1 Win. Piirdy, Mrs. W. K. Purdy. H
M. Miller, Miss L. Yates, Muster It.
Leslie. W. W. Thn) or. Miss A. L lllnrt,
Ut. K lllart. MIsh V. II. Purls, Miss
IC. i:. Slliiixon, Mnstcr R, Slmisoii,
Master I). Simpson, Ms, M. Seolt, Mis.
V. Kenlolin, Master Kealoha, Master
.'. Kenlolin, Master C. Kenlolin, R. Irv
UK, J. J. Page, Father Sevclsscn and
II deck passengers.
Per stinr. Clrudliip, for Muni and
Illlo, July 9 Miss Allco Green. Mls
llore. Miss Kenney, Miss Wlniie. Miss
'toblnifHi, A 1. Cooke, D. L. Austin,
Mrs. W. Slodart and child, Mrs. A. F.
Cooke, Mrs. Annlo Lldgato, Mlfs You.
Miss M. Morris, Miss Alain i, Miss (111
lllnnd, Mrs. Lobert. C. A. Bioderlek. II.
. Bioderlek, John Sabey, Miss Bush,
Miss J. M. Scott. Miss Irene Aiken,
Sister Renntn, Miss Chalmers, Bro
Maiirlco. Bro. Fi.mk, Bro Robert, Bid.
Lewis, Bros. Joseph, Bro. Martin, M
lollies. Dr. A. M. Mead.
Ill OIL EXPORTS
TAKE A TUMBLE'
Peruvian Fle'ds Are
According to tho rcporls of tho
officers of tho So)o Mnru, the Jnpan
isc oil tank steamer now loading
fuel oil at the railroad wharf prior
.o her depnittire for Yokohnnu, Hie
Hodon Oil Compiinj's transactions
ire lovvcilng the expoitatlon of oil
o Japan -from tho UnlU'd States.
It looks ug It' the Hodon Oil Com
pany were a subsidiary to the Tojo
'isen Kntshn, Mr. Asauo, president
if the steamship iompan, being tbu
largest stockholder in the oil com
Tho linden Oil Company Is now
operating tluec tnnheis, two of their
own ships, the Sojo nnd Bujo Mnru.
and tlo Pinna, u chartcicd ship.
Each boat Is capable of carrjlng
nbout 0,000 tons nnd nil nro nt pics
Jiit pljlng between Peru and the Is
land empire. Tho company Is now
bullilliiB another, still larger, ut Na
gasaki. Tho oil now on tho So)o Maru
completes the Holdcn's contract with
the Peruvians, nnd it Is not jet
known wbcthei It will be renewed or
whether the American Melds will got
a ibnnce. It Is probable, however,
Mint It will be renewed.
Tlicic wns some trouble some time
ago between tho Jnpaneso company
and tho Union OH Conipniiy of Cali
fornia, owjiig to tliu Independent
producers of tho coast winning in
their fght for higher prices and
forchiK tho Union Oil Company to
huyiit tho new figures to meet tlu-lr
contract with Japan. Tho ion trait
was foi n largo amount, and the Union
ittimpled to squeeze out of it, us it
meant tho loss nf u great ileal of
money. It might ho that the hard
feeling that aroso over tho question
Is musing Japan to send elsewhcio
According to II. Nagano, flist of
tficr of tho Sojo Maru, English mon
ey Is running tho Peruvian oil fields,
and America is again left down
there, although there was an at
tempt some tlmo ngo to get Ameri
can capital interested. There Is nu
Aineilcau Oil Cnuiptn)' which Mr.
Nagano believes to be culled the Ril
ing Sun Company, which Is shipping
oil from Borneo to Japan, nnd lie
pii)s that It Is possible that tho Sojo
might be sent tboic,
On boiinl tho SoyoMhls morning
they weio rather 'Indignant nt thp
statement that thoy wcie taking It
easy across In nriler" to got a few
dii)s' shore leave, Tho So)o Maru,
when It loft Yokahainn for Fein
April 20 last, wns u coal burner nnd
did not adopt oil ns fuel until leav
ing Peru, Thoy hnvo been having
trouble with It and have hud to stop
frequently to clean out thn Inside of
the boilers and the machlneij, and
for this reason have not made mom
than nine oi ten knots nn limn
Tlioj expect to tako slxteon dajs for
tho tili niross. They will leave ut'
3 o'clock Initio.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, OompJate.
'HE CHAPLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins fit, ow-yfl South It,