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-. ' EVENING BULLETIN, HOWOLOtP.tT. II., WEDNESDAYTfJuly' Uhi.h
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Honolulu Chapter Past Master
and Moat Excellent Matter.
All visiting member ot Ua
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No, 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
f :30 In I. O. 0. F Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. W1CKL', N. 0.
AU visiting brother very cordially
OAHTJ LODGE, No, 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Vort and Beretania. Visiting
orotbers cordially Invited to attend.
F. R. NUGENT, C. C.
n. aosLiNO. k. n. b.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets in their hall, on King
Btrcet, near Fort, every Friday oven
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
U. A. DOUTIIITT, E. It.
It. C. EASTON, Soc'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mtjets every 2nd and 4th Baturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGnEW, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSBN, K. R. B.
I0N0LULU AEEffi 140, F. 0. X.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WKD
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W, M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOOSE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day ot each month nt KnlchtB of
Pythias Hall. Visltlnc brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERUY, Sachem.
13. V. TODD, C. of It.
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Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come and see us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
US Hotel St.
At AU Watcbdealers.,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and XING Sts.. Honolulu.
i'll. A. Gnnst & Co.
,f FORT AND KINO STREETS.
pW$JB 0 0 K S BOOKS
MPfeWALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Hi? Fort and Merchant Sts.
WBw C. Q. YEE HOP A CO.
El J SHIPPERS and FAMILY
P TELEPHONE 251
HE JefJjT-BULLETIN AD8 PAY -SJSJ
We are in line with the
belt assortment of
In, the market. All males,
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind ye
Lehnhardt's Candles always
Kine; and Fort Sts,
Phone 131; -
MJI IBM P
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUiTO HOTEL
Hiss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery- and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken tor all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
Men's Laundry Work
The French Laundry.
3. Abade, Prop., 258 Beretania St.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 . "
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Bnildinr, Fort St.
The latest popular sheet
musio of the day; standard
and classic music. We have
a complete stock at lowest
Musical Instruments of all
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts,
Will do it
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNO Bid.
A. B. ARLEIGH CO.. LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
LOCAL AND iENEIAL
The D u 1 1 e 1 1 n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes (hem Rood r ml
big and sells them for flvo cents.
Ten good auto-hack. Phone .
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fot
II. C. Lydcckcr, v. ho Is, In the East
ern Slates on n pleasure trip, writes
that Hawaii received a fine boost at
Coat your Iron roof with "Arabic."
You will be surprised' at ita 'cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agnts.
The death of Wm, F. Reynold? is ie
ported. Ho died of valrulnr disease,
of 'tho heart of 'Ions standing In Ho
nolulu and was 64 years of a so.
, Brigadier Ocnoral John MtClellan
Bnd Colonel Oetty, going through to
tho Phllppncs on tho transport Thorn.
as, this' morning callod on Governor
Frear at the Capitol.
ftaymond C. Brown, Inspector-ln
Chief of Immfgration, received' his In
structlons from the department last
evening regarding tho handling of tho
European Immigrants; (o errlvj under
mo new Territorial lair.
Colored Indian Head, IGc a yard.
Bright girls are wanted for Mmo.
Lambert's dressnuklug parlors. Seo
Prlmo beer Is better than medicine
when you need a tonic Ik Is absolute
ly puro and Is brewed to sull the cli
No question of quality, meals or ser
vice at the Palm Cafe, Hotel street,
noar Union. No dolays and no figuring
over prloo cards and combinations.
Forcegrowth" Is the maglo sub
stance that roakos two blados of grass
grow where only half a blade of grass
grow before. Bold In 60c and $1.25
lots by E. O, Hall 6 Son, Ltd.
The cholcn (if tkn hni-H mmm in Ihn
(Metropolitan Market so that wncn 'ou
order on telophone 46 you get tho beat
meat In tho Territory. Thero Is prompt
service at this market. ,
Korea and Marania paxxmacrs arc
advised to placo thtlr bagnaKo order
with the, City Transfer Co. ,(.laB. H.
love), who give their personal atten
tion to nil baggage orders. Phono 152.
When ou havo grown tired of dys
pepsia tablets and predigested food
got a gas utovo and IroWyour meals
cooked properly at less expense than
would obtain whon wood or coal . Is
used. See the Honolulu, Gas Co.,, Ltd.
With old ago ahead aro you going to
spond nil )on earn as yon go along?
Start a savings account today with
The Dank of Hawaii, Ltd. They pay
4$4 per cent compounded twice annual
ly. Small dcK7(ts welcomed as well
as largo ones.
IN JWN HONE
Japanese Woman Stabbed
While Her Husband
FOULLY MURDERED Half PL
LIHUE, July 10. On Thursday
afternoon about 3 o'clock a Japanese
woman named Bhlo was murdered In
her home at Kaupena, near Hanama-
ulu, by a Japanese named Fukuharo.
The murderer had been employed for
a few days previously In the rice
fields .but on Tuesday he quit, say
ing that ho was going away. Tho
woman and 'her husband, also her
son, wero at work during the day
until about tho hour mentioned,
when, the husband sent her to the
house with a fish. Shortly after
wards the son started toward tho
house and heard his tnothor call,
and at tho same time he noticed Pu
kubaro running from the house to
ward the bushes and caneflelds. He
went Into the bouse and was horri
fied to find, his mother dead with a
cut on the hand and a stab In the
left side of her neck. The wounds
wero bleeding, .showing that they
were mado but a short time nrevl-
The husband was summoned, to
gether with some other laborers from
the field, and they Immediately be
gan a search for tho murderer. The
police department was also notified.
and, although the country, has been
searched, up to this time no trace ot
the murderor has been found. The
Grand Jury found a true bill against
Kukkuharo. 'It can be a question ot
but a short time before tho murder
er Is captured or found dead, unless
he Iiiib committed suicide In the sea.
Tho Sheriff summoned a Jury, who,
after nn Investigation, returned a
ordlct to the effect that tho deceas
ed came to her death from n stab In
the loft sldo' Inflicted by the hand ot
one Fukuhnrn, Japanose, Garden
;,,... ; . Shipping"
. PASSENGERS V '
are advised to place their baggage
order with the City Transfer Co. (Jas.
H. Love), whp.ove. their personal at
tention to all baggage orders.
Phone 162. -.
Phone us now and let. ua
FIGHTING AT TEHERAN
LONDON, July 13. A dispatch from Teheran states that the, Na
tionalists attacked tho barracks of the Cossacks, facing a severe fire ot
shrapnel, but failed to dislodge the Russian force. There was n flcree
fight. A Royalist relief force Is marching from Bhehabad.
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KOREA'S NEW FREEDOM
'' TOKIO, July 13. A new agreement ha been framed for the trans
fer of'KoVean judicial autonomy by Japan. The Korean war office Is to
be abolished. The Powers will be notified In a day or two ot this new
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PLAGUE BEIGNS.AT AMOY. . ,
AMOY, China, July 13. One hundred, and seventy-four deaths from
plague and thirty-six from cholera .have occurred here within the past
LA PAZ IS QUIET.
LA PAZ., July 13,-rThe situation, here Is quieter today.
of the Argentine minister has taken
'" , TERRITORIAL SERVICE NOT COMPULSORY.
LONDON, July 13. The House of Lords has defeated tho bill for
compulsory service In the Territorial army. l
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ELKS' EXALTED RULER.
LOS ANOELB8, July 13. J. E. Sammla of Iowa, has been chosen
exalted ruler o ftho Elks.
FIVE DEATHS FROM HEAT.
PHlLADELPJiIA,July 13. Thore were five deaths
Drayinu, Express and
General Transportation. Excavating
General Contracting. 0. W.
UCK OF QUORUM
Owing to the lack' of a quorum, tho
meeting of the Queen's Hospital Cor
poration was postponed untll'2 o'clock
this? afternoon. The mombers drifted
In slowly, and whon counted only sev-
were present. Secretary
W? Smith' announced' thirty-
ftl-ht . n,J.l -J..ollJ .h- ..
nf .h.n irM., Th nmn. ,.
then divided among those present with ,
a request to either secure their pres-'
ence or proxies.
Tho mcetlng'Vfor the purpose of
ctHvS T,"Z W lU: r
allowing them to reduce the number
of trustees from twenty to six trustees
and a president. Other matters will
also be brought DefbYe"the cortmration.
'Frederick Tollefson, the owner of
the wrecked gasoline schooner Rain
bow, will havo to answer for tho dis
aster before' tho Federal authorities.
A warrant has been Issued for him
and a member of tho Marshall's staff
will go to Molokal for him today.
He will havo to explain why ho took
so many on tho boat whon-ho knew
that It was moru than tho boat could
carry Bnd furthermore knew that tho
bqat Was not soaworthy. Tho samo
laws that gave tho Now York courts
Jurisdiction ovor Captain 8chal
the General Siocum. which was burned
In Now York harbor with a terrlblu
loss of llfo, will apply In this caso.
FLAURENCE WARD RETURNINQ,
Having discharged hcr"cargo at Mid
way, the cableshlp Flanrenco Ward,'
captain PHts, yesterday sailed from
thoro for this port. Tho trip will tako
aoout nrteon days." "
PURSER CHANBY of tho 'steamer
W. O. Hall reports tho following siigit
on Kauai ready for shipment: K. S.
M 10,150; Mak 36,385; Mel). 42.fi U,
R P.. 13,100; P., 7468; H. M J5171;
O. F., 15,138; M. 8. Co., 28,000; K. 8.
BULLETIN AIM V
' WATERFRONT NOTES yH ,'... . RUm
. ' " 4 - LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. """"I J ao. ," Jl
get your order on our list.
lefuge In tho barracks.
Telephone SM. Wood aad Coal Stove
Fuel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
Atlri Vnilnir W
Work on the new army -post at
Lcllchua will probably be started In
a very short time now, as n cable Is
expected at nny moment from Wash
lngton directing the commencing of
operations. The work will not be
dono by contract, but'wlll be cngl-
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neered an1 upcrvl.ed by tho quar
teSV1!' ' .d.!P"!Cn.l.1
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'Th0 wen, ""arters, however, w 1 be
soldiers will move Into them
The arrival of tho Coast Artil
lery, of which companies 105 nnd
159 are coming, Is being looked for
ward to with Interest by the army
Sixty officers are 'to come, and of
that number five are benedicts, and
they are bringing their wives and
families with' them. The 106th Is
under the command ot Captain J. R.
Proule, and the lC9th under that of
Captain C. M. Condon, ' who has
Lloutenant O. K. Turner and Socond
Lloutenant A. R. Vaughn with him.
Tho companies are under the su
preme command of Major J. R. Cree,
and should arrive here about Auc-
Captain W. N. Falls Is renewing
his old friendships with tho Twelfth
Infantry, which company Is now In
town. Captain Fulls was for somo
tlmo with tho'Twelfth and Is alad to
nave tho opportunity of again see
ing his former comrades.
' Lieutenant Colonel F. O. Hodgson
ad wife nro registered at the Young
moioi during tholr short Btay In
Honolulu. Major Thos. J. Klrkpat
rlck, Captains C. V, Morse and T. L.
Brewer and families aro also stop
ping at the samo hotel.
Fifty-six enlisted men, arrlvod on
tho Thomas, and they aroyto be sent
to Join the Fifth Cavalry at Lollohua
and tho Twentieth Infantry nt Foil
Shatter. Lieutenant W. F. Wheat-
ley of the Fifth Cavalry ulno arriv
ed and will proceed to Sohofleld Rar
racks. Lioutonant Jos. A. Rogors of
tho Twentieth Infantry camo In on
tho Thomas and will Join iii r,.i.
W. W. AHAMA CO.
02 S. Kinir St. ,
Ii' ' J , No Branches
IN FOREIGN PORTl" I - TDIA I J(
Wednesday, July 14. lf- IfS" fl r.? J f
8AN KMANCISCO-Arrivcd July 13: Jd 5 H '? S V i"'.!, I
8. S. Texan, from Sallna Cruz. J I
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FOLLOWING a thorough overhaul
Ing, the transiiort Duford has been re
turned to tho transport dock, nnd sho
will be painted and mado ready for
Kcrvlce, says the Examiner. The Bit'
ford will sail for Scattlo tho latter part
of this month, whero she will tnko on
tho Thlnl Infantry. Sho vlll sail with
this regiment directly to Manila, with
out making the usual stop at Hono
lulu, leaving' Scattlo on August 6th.
On tho samo dato tho transport Sheri
dan will leavo Ban Francisco for Ma
nila, with three batteries of artillery
and a largo number ot recruits.
THE OIL SHIP Fullcrton. Captain
Grant, having on board n cargo nf oil
for this port, arrived this morning.
dpcklifg at tho railroad wharf thortly
after 8 o'clock. She mado the p.iMsgi
from San Francisco In fifteen days and
a hair. Tho weather was modcrnto
and tho crew enjoyed Ihomsclvei Im
mensely. 8ho will lcao for the Coast
as soon as her oil has been punircd
THE 8TBAMER W. O. Hall, arriving
this morning from Kauai) brought nttlo
bags sugar, now being dlKCl.iirgcd at
tho railroad wharf ,212 bags rlco, 20
bags cocoanuts, 23 cratCRj pears. 2.1
packages sumlrloa. Pursor( Chang re
ports that tho steamer Koeau was
discharging freight at Haimld wteu
tho Hall'left Kauai.
THE INTER-I8LAND steamers Kl
nan, Mlkahala and Iwalanl sailed leu
tcrdny afternoon at 5 o'clock. Tho Kl-
nan went to Kauai, tho Mlkahala to
MolokolMaul ports, and tho Iwalanl to
Kukiilhacio, Hnnokaa, and other Ha
makua ports. Sho took oxploslvcs and
THE KAUAI sallB at 4 o'clock this
afternoon for Kohnlnlclc, Hawaii, tak
The Board of Publle Instruction
has finltbvd tho first reading and
consideration of the list of teachers
to be appointed to tho territorial
schools, and will now start at onco
going Into the details ot salary nnd
lining tho vacancies.
Tho sum appropriated by tho last
Legislature for the use of tho board
for salaries, etc., Is now feared to
l.o too Bijinll for tho purposes. Mr.
Babbitt Is afraid that the Board will
not bo nblo to do nil that is expected
of It for-this reason, and greatly de
plores the handicap that has been
placed upon It in Its work.
Sulsan Mnril, tho fiagshlp of tho In-tcr-lslatfd
Japanoso sanpan (loot which
was recently constructed nnd turned
over to her owners, Is now being
oquipped with gasollno engine. This
morning she was docked near- the
Mauna Loa wharf, nt tho foot ot Man
i Tho Sulsan Is tho largest sanpan In
tho Islands. Her total cost, accord
ing to 6no -of tho owners, Is about
$3300, Her sleeping apartment, whon
completely furnished, will look very
Tho Maru, of course, will bo used In
catching dccp-sca fish along tho Is
land coast. But when noodod, sho cai
bo used as an oxcurslon boat. Tho
ownors Intend to solcct tho most com-
potent sanpan captains to command
tho flagship. After tho engine has been
Installed n fcaBt will bo given by the
BIO WATER LICEN8E.
A ten years' llccnso to control and
dlsposo of tho waters iiion tho Ahupu
aa of Honomanu, Koolau, Maul, will bo
auctioned off on tho 26th of this month
from tho front cntranco of theCourt
House. Tho upset rental Is 122,500 per
Thero was n crap gamo innnlng full
blast thin morning at tho uid (lsh.n ir
kot nnd It attracted qulto a ntimljnr of
soldiers from tho transport who slop,
ped to havo a look at tho game.
Kahaku Hoe was today granted a di
vorco byJlidg9 Whitney from Kownl.
koeabl Hoe. The custody 'of thlr
sovcn-ycar-old, child, Walolukn. was
awarded to tho father.
Captain W. P. piatt of the Ord
nance Department arrived on the
Thomas and will be slntloned In this
city In the future. He will look Into
the matter of the big guns nt Poarl
Ilarbnr and the mortnrs nt Fort
II I 212 I 1 1 l 9W 5. All i.Vt'
n 3 0..J-J i to 7 no to si f. - ii ni7.
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New Moon Juyy 17(h7nt 12:13 a. m.l
Hawaiian standard nine is lu huui
10 mlnutea slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 161)
legrees to minutes Tlo time whistle I
blows at 1:3(1 p. m., which Is the sama
a Greenwich. 0 hours 0 minutes. Suit 1
and moon are for local time for the
Tuesday, July 13.
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, from San'Fran-
Cisco, 4:10' p. m.
Wednesday, July 14.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, front
Kauai, 5:10 a. in.
Tiiohday, July 13.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kiiual
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. .Ilkahala, for Molokal and
Faul itorts, 5 p. m.
I ' SAILING TODAY f
4 p, in.
Self, for Kolmb'.clc,
' I). S. A.
T. Thomas, for Manila, 3
Clmullne, from Maul ports.
1'. M. S. S. Asia, Guiikrogcr, from
Stmr. Manna Kva, Freeman, from
Hllo nnd wny lorts, n. m.
Per U. S. A. T. ThomaH, from San
Francisco, July 13. For Honolulu:
Cnptntn W. P. Piatt, Ordnance Depart
ment. U. 8. A.: L cut. W. F. Whe.it oi.
5th Cavalry, wlfo nnd 2 children; Lieut.
Jos. A. Rogers, 20th Infantry, U. 8. A.;
Second Lieut. Albert K. B. Lyman, mi
assigned; First Sergeant Gcorgo A.
Dnlsworth, 5th Cavalry, U, 8. A., and
fifty-six enlisted men, 5th Cavalry and
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, .Thompson,
from Kauai, July 15. Mis. G. II. Talr-
child and children, (3) and sorvant. 1).
G. Mny, Ah Foon.
Per stmr. Klnau. Grecory. for
Kauai, July 13, 5 p. m. Mrs. It. Rollng
ind nurse and Infant, II. Glttel. C. M,
Watson, C. A. Alston, A. Constchlo, O.
K. Wilcox nnd wlfo, Mrs. E. J. Water
man, child and servant, Miss Mclntyre,
Mrs. C. II. Olson, Miss A. Mcnglor.
Per Btmr. Mlkahala .Tullottfnr M-i
Iokal, July 13, 6 p. m. Morltz Rolir
boch, Dr. W. Kolloy.
THOMAS BRINGS MAIL
Shortly after 4 o'clock jestcrday
afternoon, tho United States Army
transport Thomas arritcd from San
Francisco, docking at Naval Wharf No.
2, whero sho Is discharging Honolulu
cargo. Sho brought 1196 passongerM,
some of ft horn aro for Honolulu, while
tho rest aro en ronto for tho Philip
pines. These Include tho Twelfth In
fantry nnd 138 men of tho Twelfth Cav.
airy. In the cabin tho Thomas brought
125 first class pnssongers, 50 second
cabin and 1021 In tho steerage.
Tho Honolulu cabin passengers In
eluded Captain W. L. Piatt, of tho
Ordnance Department; Lloutenant Joh.
H. Rogere, Twentieth Infantry; Liou
tonant W, F. Wheatley, Fifth Cavalry;
nnd Mrs. Wheatley and two children.
Second Lieutenant Albert K. B. Ly
man, v,ho returned to visit with his
family, Is a Hllo boy, having entered
and graduated fiom West Point Mil
Prominent umong tho through pas
songers Ib Lieutenant Colonel K. a.
Hodgson, who goes to tho Philippines
to becomo Chief Quartermaster. Ho
Is accompanied by Mrs. Hodgson.
Tho Twenfth Infantry Is commanded
by Col. William II. C. Bowon and MnJ
or II. C. Slckcl is In command of tho
Twelfth Cavalry. Captain Hand, quar
termaster of tho Thomas, is ono of tho
best-llkcd officers that ever pamed
Tho Thomas, which hrouzht 2R.1
sacks of mail for Honolulu, will Mill
tonionow afternoon ut ubotit 3;30
Sea vWrens, $lQO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cvcn
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
ASD-MACHINE WORKS '
, Xing fit. 0jivy goutfc ft, j
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