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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FMDAY, JULY 16; 1909.
Honolulu,Chnper Past Matter
and Moif excellent flatter.
All visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
Attend meetings ot local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Meets every Monday evening at
T:30 In I. 0. O. f Hall, Fort Street.
, i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
I D. WIClvi:. N. o.
Atf vlaltlng brothers er coidlally
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of 1?.
Meets 'every first aud third Frl
lay evening ut 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
comer fort uud Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r. n. nuornt, c.vC.
It. UUSL1NO. K. U. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, II. r. 0.
Elks, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY IQDGE N0.8, Kofi?.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:20 o'clock In K. ot V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Vlalt
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. f. m. Mcancw. c. 0.
E. A; JACOBSEN, K. R. 8.
We are in line with the
belt assortment pt ;
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
i'eii'jMti'Mk 'qn,the kind 1M
want. 1 . 1 . 3
" t. II rfi
leh'nhardt's Candirs always '
fre-flt lt mt
' ! '
'' CO., Ltd.
Kinc and Fort Sts,
. Phone 131.
l Mat1 "
MAS. ROSENBERG. YOUNQ HOTEL
Miss Kale Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stampinij, Embroidery and Ho
tions. Shirtwaists, Glovci and Un
derwear. Orders taken lor all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
Men's Laundry Work
The French laundry.
J. Abode', Prop., 868 Beretania St,
HENRY HAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
XONOIUIU AERIE 140, F, 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each) month at
7: SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cornet
Beretania and Fort streets.
Vlaltlng Eagles are Invited to at-
W. M. McCOT, W Prest
II. T. MOOHC. Secy.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
HISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. H.
1 T V
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PKRKY, Sachem.
E. V. .TODD, C. of R.
Can be made to last
longer and keep store
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come and see us,
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
The latest nonular sheet
music ot the day; standard 1
and cla&sio music. We .have
a complete stock at lowest
prices. . .t
Musical Instruments of all'
kinds. p. . ',
Hawaiian News Co.,-
" V ' LIMITED- ",
Alexander Young Bldg.
Hade' up in all styles.
' Fort and Beretania-Sts.
Will do it
10C1L AND lENEML
Th Bulletin makes Its bwn
scratch pads, makes them good and
big nndjiclls therp for five &l
'fen good auto-hacke. none
Senator J, M. Dowsett returned trom
Hawaii joaterday oh the Claudlne.
Take.rnur carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mantg. Co., foi
For selling liquor 111 unlicensed
hours. Charlie Apun was arrested to
(Jco. A. Newman was arrested at
noon today, on a charge uf drunken
- 1' f .
ncrs. ,. k I
W. O. Aiken of Maul will return to
his home this afternoon, sailing on ,the uc
II, C. Wnldron, tho well known goit
er. Is to undergo nn operation at tho
Queen's Hospital today.
C. It. Cooke who leaves this after
noon for Maul, wtlll treturn on tho Ml
kahala on Sunday with his family.
John R. Uergstrotn, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly 'with Bergstrom
Music Co. PrO,Box,40. Phone 581.
Thero was a. Very high tide at Wal
klkt last- evening and the breakers
wero rollfng'in very high on the beach.
The. .steamship Asia arrived this nt
tmoon at 1:40. She will Ball for the
Orient nt 10 o'clock tomorrow fore-
Kn. 4 , ' , v 1 ' ,
IwnnA lnrnsi((n fn.lnV &1aA n enll
for illorco against her husband1', Mnta
lilqhl Morcsli'lta on the grounds ot de
Miss Florence Yarrow leaves for
New Jersey op the Kqrea next week
beraiso of tho serious Illness of her
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
a'nd' preservative' properties California
Feed Co.. sgonts.
Manager Christian Hedemann on "the
14th celebrated the twenty-fifth nn'
ntversary of his eniployment with the
Honolulu iron works,
Mrs. McVeigh, wife of the superln
tendent 'of the settlement on Molokal
Is booked to leave in the dlaudlno'thU
afternoon at t-o'clock.
R. V. Edmunds of Papaloa, Hawaii,
has quItQ recovered from his long Ill
ness, nnd is fejurnlng to'lio planta
tion on.lhe Claudlne thlsevonlng.
On a chargo of vagrancy. Ah Fill
was arrested this forenoon. He Is said
to be an old offender and a bad one.
He wll cbnio up for trial tomorrow
R. W. Shingle, p-.-csl.lent of tho Hen
ry waterhouso Tru t Cominny. will
leave 'this afternoon for the other-Is
lands on business. Hq sails 9n the
ciauaino at & o'clock.
Noah Alull, attorney at law, will bo
among tiio outgoing passengers on the
Asia,, which arrhed today from San
rrauciscu. iiu t;oea iu Japan, wnence
ho will takea trip around (hc world. .
Wahilanl. 'the natlye boxer, Is sched
uled" to work out 'kt tjta .Qrpheum this
afterrioon.thus' plving tho. Impression
that he Intends to go, back onv Scully,
who claims that Wahilanl Is matched
to flsht Kreedrus'nat tlf Sar Theater.
Tnis isthe last day for the collec
tion, ot sewer rates, at (.Department
oi t'uonc woritsand, tnrp .was. , a
large, crowci arouuej tn,t .windows pi I
morning.,," po far, to d'ate, there has
beon $10,740.90, taken Jp through the
wndoy on this, Jtera. . u ,
Jfildge jfae Bolt, In tho Circuit Court,
this morning Issued, an, order discharg
ing tho Bank.pt Hawaii a, a' garnished
hi tho,.sul b-pugit,galnat aorge 13,
CurJIs, by ,A, ..Humplireys. tTbe ord'
ce was made with the plaintiff consent
tpg, as thq bank has proved that It
holds nothlug.,wlierfiby can bo named
as a gafnlsheo. ,
4An, entertainment will be given at
thp ,ynlvprstyQlub;,thls ovcp'lpg.at
f o'c;ocV. Dr, Tempest Anderson of
York, .England, will give a lecture. Il
lustrated by colored lantern slides, on
I'The West Indian Volcanoes." Fol-'
lowing the lecturp a series of color pho
tographs taken ,b- Oscar Maurer of
Berkeley, California, will bo shown.
AND KOREA PASSENGERS are advised to place their baggage order
with the CITY TRANSFER CO. (7a. H. Love), who give their personal
itttention to all baggage orders., Phone 152. '??''', ', .
WA8HINC1TON, July IT,. Friction between the President nnd tho
conferees over tiie tariff Ii becoming iipp.irvnt, Mr. Tnft has fefuscd to
consent' to the striking out of tho corporation tax amendment!
m 1 i 1 '
MORE MILLIONS FOR CANAL.
WASHINGTON, July U.. President Tuft will uslc Congres lo nil
thorUe bonds to tho amount of 140,01)6, 000 (o carry on work on tho
Panama Caiml during tho next Ilsc.il nnr. ,
m m m
VILLAGES DESTROYED BY EARTHQUAKE.
ATHKN8, July ir. Several villages were destroyed nnd many per
sons killed nnd wounded by un enrthciunke which shook the 1'rovlnce
of Klls today.
GREAT MEXICAN ENTHUSIASM.
CITY OF ML2XICO, July ir,. Orcnt enthuslanm Is being evldonrcd
here over the coming uiiifercnco between President Dlnz nnd President
Tnft. , '
.SHAH TAKES REFUGE.
TKHKUAN,. Persia, July ID. Fighting continues here In the slroetB.
The Shah tins taken refugo In the Ituislan legation.
SON TO PRINCESS DA SAGAN. s
PARIS, July 10. Tho Princess da S.igan,. fouuerly Miss Anna
Gould, has given birth to n boh, .
Ring up Telephone 888. Wood and Coal 'Stove
Fuel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
Draying, Express and
General Transportation.Excavatmg and Filling
General Contracting. . Q. W. McDOUOALL.
and Fillinsf T"
At AU Watcbdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FpRI and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
JM. At Gunst fc Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
0 0 KS
iWAIX. NICHOLF COMPANY. LTD.,
' Fort and Merchant sts.
0. Q. YES HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
" Sale '
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,.
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUJTG Bid.
Telephone S39, & .4
A. B. ARLEIGH CO.. LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
Woman's. Exchange lr
I BUSINESS. REMINDERS
Gr jiaaaaaaav . 1
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CT.fHiJBawSMd'SVrtf W t? I Vn- n. .....s.sJf5V;stT ' 2i
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ivsprsi':.MF.'Mj,J"i "!rz:v:Gr.wj .r.. v ; -.j
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!rwr sMfllf 1 1 Mi M r.JSkyBJ!s.A.!siV
I1 .'I J '..'J
A .furnished cottage .for. rent for
three, or four months. Bee classified
N. - 1 . ,i
, A'small bedroom with the prlylleg
of using sltchen, (or rent; a young
lady preferred, pee ad. ,
A life preserver for your roof Is 'Eu
reka Perfection Paint. It Is the bentv
the cheapest and tho freshest paint
sold In this market. Bind for booklet
to P. O, Box 93.
Young men who' are looking for a
stylish and serviceable shoe should 1
read Manufacturers' Shoe Coa ad on
first- page. Then thoy, should call at
tho store and try on a pair.
The soda water and lee cream sun
daes sold by Benson, Smith &, Co., Ltd.
are admittedly the best in jlonoluln.
The flavprlng andlce creani'are mado
from, pure materials and ,tho soon
water ,ls properly charged.-
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IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, July 16.
YOKOHAMA, Anhcd July 1G:
a, U. Chlyo Mam, henco July C.
Pur 8, 8. Anlft, Qnukrogcr, from Snn
A Legislative., cpmmlsslon has se
lected a uIe ;rif the J25, 000, monu
ment to be erected' to ex-Senator Kd-
ward W. Carmack, who waB killed In,
jsauviile last November, a spot Jim
above the south entrance of the Ten
Wfspe capltql grounds. s
It Is genorally believed In Vnsh Ington Hint Commander Ilobert K.
Peary, the arctic oxploror, who loft thB United Stntes Inst July for the
nrctlc circle, hasreached the north pole'. The expeits base their opinion
upon the fact that-no word has been received from Peary slnco he left
Etah, north Greenland, on Aug. 17, for tho dash toward tho pole. They
declare that if tho expedition had failed nnd Peary had beon forced to
turn back he would have sent out 11 coiulur with some news. If lia has
been successful In reachinir the iron! nr Mu Mii.n it in i.or.ii,. .,,,1..
able that the wirld will bo appilsed of 'thu fact befoio (ho latter part
qf August or September. Tho prcspntuxpeilltlon Is the boBt equipped
that has over gone In search of the pblc, and arctic explorers' everywhere
predicted that Peary would meet with success when he left.' ,
Juiy on a 12500 bondv Ho may bo
COllVlclPil lllwler Ihn imnlnl Itiw rAlnl.
Nns to tho theft of rostago stumps.
HELD TO. GRAND JURY
Harry Hanakahl, thu oung Hawaii
an who was caught In the act of 10b
blng tho Honolulu postonico ot stampM
and who was allowed to secure $27
worth boforo he jvaa nabbed, (hat he
might bo tho moro easily comlcted,
has been bound oyer to tho (Irand
wm: j i'.r.1
Mary Atcherlcy, wlfo of tho hllegod
Insane doctor, this morning filed pa
llets ot bankruptcy In tho bnlte'd
Stales Kcderul Court and the caso
camo up for hearing before Judgo Dolo,
Her petition was allowed.
rnnchco, July lC.-rFor lldrtlihilu: '.
It. Myers, Mrs. A- R. Wright. Miss
Arfel Wright. Miss LIbIo Wright, K61
Yuknhnmn: J. U Dobbins, Leo Koh,
Mrs. Timl Kocnneclie, Mrs. NIchnlnH
nimlbrlcrr, Krltx Ktuniner, Meado Mln
nlgerode, S. Ntshlmurn, M. Olshl, For
Kobe) .1, D. Childress, l'or Nngasnkl:
Dert Males. Knr Shanehal: Miss liai-
rlo Jewell, Miss Dorothy Mnrlel, mIhu
Mildred Martel, II. C. McKlnnon, W.
C. Hwcot. Kor Hongkong: Mrs. Mm
thn C. Hanks, Miss Mebel lllr.1i, Mhh
iminia It, Carter, .Clilng Sing, M. E.
Clelnnd. Dong Wing, Mrs. Dong Wing
and Infant, O. Elcnzar, Mrs. John lt.
Edgar nnd Infnnt, Eng H00K Kong,
0. Flojil, Mm. Gen. Fuller, Jnmcs O.
hregory, MIs It, Irolsteln, Oen, II.
Jaijlirs, Mr:. II. I). Knceiller nnd In
fnnt, V. I!. Knight, II. S. Lee, Mrs. II.
S. Leo. Cunt. A. Iickutt. C. 11. Loann.
'Mlsk H, L. Mason' Coin. J. D. McDon
nld, U. S.K, P. O.' Mygilt. V. 1). I'll,
latt. J. Prager.xMrs.'s. J. Pragerf,n)y,
K. Hose, Leon IliiRcnllinl, Capt. (.iop.
II. Beavor, Mm. Cleo. II. Heiivrr, And
Infant, Master Mnrk Sun'vur, Slum
Hong. Albert 1'. Spiiakman, Mrs. Until
ryn 8icncer. Mrs. V. U. Yun Cleave,
John'!.. Williams! '
SHORT CALENDAR IN
"" "POLICE COURT
Judgo Andrado had for once mi easy
tlmo of It thero belnz oulv nlnn rases
on tho Police. Court calendar this morn.
Ing with the usual sprinkling ot D. and j
1's. The follow lug 13 a summary of
tho minor enses:
Frank Putcrcon, who has been twen-t-lhree
,tlm6a previously emulated,
wni sentenced to sixty ll3)s Imprison
ment for drunkenness.
You Sing Yip, (loo. Williams and A.
XteCorrlg.in vivro each fined t'i nnd
costs for being found In a stuto of In
toxlc.it Ion hint night.
Jose Maldouadn. charsed with bate
glug, was let go fur n week In order
that he might try to do better and gn
to woik. In this ease two court mil.
clajs testified against him ntii n strung
caso of begging was made out. 'I he
Judgo, howeier. taking Into consider
ation (hat ho was u cry old man, let
him go on a suspended ttenlenre.
The cases against T. C. lllackwell
charged with iverruniilng the spool
limit In on nuiomoblle. nnd Jntn On.
mes Dq Costa, charged with an affray,
we.ru contlnuoil to July 20 and July 23
(Continued rrorri('pa2e 1)
directed bv i;eRlnr llin infill (11 mum
In tho dliectlon of' tho Higher Wngu
Office and thoso behind to nisli , tho
men nuo uie uuiuiing.
Tho most damaging M)bit that ho
brought up was from a statement freni
Llglitfoot himself to llin lurv nt (In.
early period of tho trial. In tnls state
ment, I.lghlfoot, showing the spotless
I'uutv iiiui iviKiieci uver auauLiii a houi
and conscience, quoted th,o Japnncso
leader as i-aylng to tho ofllccrs "Coino
with mo to tho Higher Wage Arsoclu
Hon building, wo will protect you."
Klnnoy left It to tho Jury to decldo
what It was that they woro to bo pro
tected fiom after tho Japancso had
sworn that thoy had not the -(lightest
lioslllfty towards tho men.
Follow Inir this lie analuned Mlnnelil
himself, hhowed Hint tho wily Oilental,
instead or attempting to recover Mllia
wn from tho oincers by brute forco us
his companions wero trying, ntloiut
oil to do It by urtlflco and v-js thus
equally amenable to tho lav.
Concluding, ho went carcfii'ly nu-r
tho Identification of tho defeiidiiiitg
how each had been iiosltlvoly lilentlllcil
na participators In tho riot by men who
wero acquainted with them and In 11
position to rcniombor thorn. II pmvod
tho Bquareiifss of tho oiIIccih n their
Identifying testimony In not summon.
Ing others, whom they nilcht well iiim
dono, but confining thcinjjolves to thoso
wiiuni uiey kiiow wltliont doubt wei
Llghtfoot took copious notes during
1110 nuuress and wll make his counei
ndilresB this nfternoon, ghlng tho de
fendants' sldo of tho caHo.
"flUllty Of IllSOlenCe. InHlllmr.llnn.
Hon and contumacy" is the verdict
.returned uy a Catholic ecclesiastical
court nt Denver nealtiBt VniiiP,- j t
Corrlgnn, who has had a long con
troversy with Iiishop Mats, Tio
I'uru is uriiereu 10 do pennanco In
lu 1 J, it I 1 u 11 mi fc
W. W. AHAMA CO.
' 62 S. King St.
Sea Wrens, $100'
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cyc
Motor. 11715 Pnmnlat
'HE CHABXESD. WAIKERS, BOAT
.,, AflU MAUHIHE WORKS
Xin St, opp"v Santk Ii
ft a. m. . a p. m
12 11 mV 1 A II so)
. I . r I ' I
I 37 2J1 0 16 i ! 1 12
iii-iv i i r, ii w
ii 4.1 'j tu 7 Miliar
Jim, ,iui mi ti
i Jul i a 37 a Mil iv
4 S1 1 U tl 31
New Aloon Juyy 1 Till, at 12:13 n, m.
Ilawulluu sUndurd time is lu buuia
SO minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot thq meridian ot l&J
legrees 30 minutes Tl e time whistle
blows, at 1:80 p. m., which Is the same
us' Greenwich, 0 hours 0 mlputes. Sun
nnd moon are for local time for in
arhfttfil ffrnlin '
"- . ,-
i f Thursday, July 1G.
S. S. AbIo, (Jaukroger, from Sail
KrnnclHco, 1:40 p, in..
P. M. 8. 8. Asia, Oahkroger, from
Stmr. Llkellke, from Hawaii, G:.10
Stmr. Noeau, lMltz, from Kauai. 0:30
tfhursday, July ID.
U. 8. A. T. Thoinai, for Manila, 3:15
P. m. ,
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kaii.il, 5 p. in.
8. 8. Itmna, .lviwsnn,,for Port Har
ford, n, m. ,
I DUE TOMORROW I
S. 8. Afiln, daukrcgei1, for tho Or
ient, 10 a. in.
Stmr. Maunn Kca, I'rceman, 'from
Illlo and way ports, a. in.
Per Btmr. W. (J. Hall, Thompson, for
Kami, July 45, 5 p. in. W. Cassobeer
mil wife, MUs Esther Ciimmliigs, Mrs.
J. II. Gumming, W. II. IUce, II. W.
Ureckons, K. It. Hendry.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Illlo, July 10, 5 p. m. K. Ingham. H.
W. Shingle. Misses McVeigh (2), Mrs.
I. D .McVeigh, Mrs. Clifford Charlock
md 2 children. Miss K.jll. Lyman. Mlsi
II. O. IVirbes, Mrs. Penhallow, T. Yn
mda, Y. Amony, It. W. Kdmunds, if. L.
Chaije. I).,lL'U'wls, C. II. Cook. W. O.
Aiken,, wlfo and daughter, I). II. Clarke,
A, II. Lyman, Chas. I (lllllland, Mlsi
L. 8iencer, Miss J. McCnity, A. Itob
nson, It. Kllinger.
Per 8. 8. Asia, for Orient, July 17.
5 p. m. Mlsg Clara Mosaer, S. 8. How
land and wlfo, N. U. Alull, B. Freese,
Miss n. II. Hughes.
NOTICE 'TO MARINER8.
IIILMDOLT LIOHT STATION. CaI,.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho char
icterfstjo of tho fog-elgnal at Humbnlt
Light-Station, California, was changed
July 1, i!)09, to sound as follows:
lllast, 4 sec; Silent Interval, 2C sec;
Ulast, 4 sec.; Silent interval, 26 sec.
Hy order of tho Llght-Hoiibo Hoard,
THIS FORENOON nt 11:30 o'clock,
tho Pacific Mall liner Aelujvas sighted
off Koko I(end, coming fiom Son Fran
cisco. Shu docked Bhortly after 1
TIIK 8TUAMER John Cummins nr
rhed this afternoon from llio Koolau
ports, bringing rlco, iiotaloes, sugaiS
nnd other products,
THU INTniMSLAND (.teiimcr Maul
camo In today from Hawaii with a loul
of cattlo, which slio Is dlbchaiglng at
the rnllror.il wharf,
Tlio'Btcamshtp Asia of the PacQ
Mull line arrived from Sun Francisco
tills afternoon, docking nt tho Hack-''
fold wliyf shortly bofore 2 o'clock.
She brought 281 bags ot mall and a
few passengers Tor Honolulu. Bomo
of the tluough pnsscngeis will stop
ovor heio until tho arrival ot an
other stc.imor goln gto tho Orient.
Among the Honolulu arrivals was
I K. Meyer, who will become chief
officer' of the steamship Massachu
setts. He will leavo this nfternoon
on the Claudlne for Illlo to join the
Captain A. Lockott. a well-known
mariner, Is a through pjssoiigcr. Ho
Is going to bring the steamship Per
sia back to (ho States.
Tho ABla. whlLh brought very lit
tle freight for this port, will re
sumo her voyago tomorrow morning
uiv iu ociocg,
BULLETIN AD8 PAY 1Q ,