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BVBNtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULO. T. 1!., WnnNEflnAY, AUV . 1009
OcmIiIc Hirst Dtorce.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
I MAI UMDAV
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
ittetiil meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ivrry Monday evening at
r:30 In I. O. O. JF Hall, Fort Street.
13. II. HENDRY. Secretary,
K. D. WICKI3, N. (1.
Al! visiting brothers very cordtallj
OAHU LODGE, Wo. 1, K. of. P.
1 Meets evry first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:31) In K. of 1. Hall,
'torntr f'ort and Ueretanls Visiting
trolberi cordially Invited to atteart.
r. i.. nucient, o. c.
It. (103LINO. K. 11. 9.
''HONOLULU I0DGJ3 GIG, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodge No. C16, It. P. O.
Kike, meets In tlie'.r hall, on King
Dtreet, near 1'ort, ecry l'rlday even
ing. Visiting 1) .-others are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTH1TT, E. R.
H. C. KA3TON, Sec'y.
t7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.off.
Mcota every Lnd nnd 4th Saturday
. tuning at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
' Hall, cor. Fort and licretanla. Visit
'ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McQREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN. K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0, I.
Mevls on the 2nd. and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month al
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Doretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tand W. M. McCOV, W., Prest.
H T MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
IJ. V. TODD, C. of R.
. . H.MlMVt. - frV.tt
Wc arc in line with the
best assortment of
111 the market. AH makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just nsk for the kind you
Lelmhardt's Candies always
Kinc and Fort Sts.
"MRS. ROSENBERa.YOUNQ HOTEL
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building For? St.
.Bulletin Business Office Phone 266,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
. u m a t: a it it tt tt tt
Thcro i another capacity house
nt tlio Cvphoom last night and n
please ilanclli'iict' More for tlio money
was noer gUen tlian Manager Coheir
in providing hit) patrons during tho Or)
Company's engagement rKank Karlo,
who returned to the stage on Monday
night, mada u big hit with his Dago
net nnd procd lilmsvir n comedian of
more than ordinary veuutlllty. Tho
Klrls madu more friends last night by
their clover pinging and dancltiK, tho
Illustrated song being well-rendered.
It 1 said of this company that they
havo a greater repertoire than there
arc das In the year, that they could
chango ecry night and not get out of
ketches. This Is Interesting for the
audiences will go tt tho Orphoum
with n feeling that thoy arc. not going
to srn anything they had seen Ihero
Tonight thero will bo a complete
chango of program again at tho Gem
Theater, when tor tho first time In
Hip 1'nltcd States a sceno from Leo
Kails' opera "Tho Dollar Princess,"
will lo produced. This opera will
shortly bo staged In Now York for
tho first time. This will give Hono
lulu nudlorices an opportunity to bo In
tho lead of New York. The film will
bo shown for two nights only. There
will bo threa more talking pictures,
eight silent plctuies and one Illus
trated eong, making tho wholo a big
attraction for the moderate charge of
There Is a brisk Inquiry for tickets
for tho concert and dance to bo given
by tho Crescent City Nightingales In
the K. of P. hall on Saturday evening
next. There aro a great many Hllo
people In town at present and they
will bo there to a man. The singing of
tho joung ladles at the moving plctuie
theaters hns given universal enjoy
nlcnt and the fact that they havo re
served their best selections until Sat
urday shoujd pack tho hall with lov
ers of music and a good time.
Somo very lino French pictures by
tho Puthe Frercs aro being shown nt
tho Empire this week, borne of which
aro among the cleverest sent here In
months. The "Merry Widow" waits
is n clever and funny one, while, tho
Norwegian picture showing scenes In
tho woods, worked Into a line story
of love and devotion, are among the
best. Tho Norwegian film should bo
Tho Winter Carnival at Montreal,
Canada, showing winter sports and
pastimes Is the feature film for this
evening. Mr. Carlisle Is being re
called time and tlmo again each night.
This musical act Is unique and his
stories causo much laughter. Oo
Thursday nlsht he will Introduce now
songs and stories. "On tho Old Scc
Saw," sung by George Mllno and
chorus, Is taking well.
"A Bird In a Glided Cage' Is tho
very suggestive title of tho Art The
ater featuro film for tho new program
today. Tho musical attraction will be
special selections rendered by the ever
popular Magnaphone, with an entire
change of program.
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a pub
lic moonlight concert this Wednesday
evening at Anla park at 7:30. Tlio
March Urara Pa (new) nmwn
Overture Welcome Catlln
Intermezzo North Reach (new) ..
Soloctionj-The Fair Co-Ed . . . I.udcrs
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ar. by Bergcr
Selection Tho Merry Widow ..Lehar
Intermezzo In Cupid's Anns (now)
Finale Brotherhood (new) .. Brown
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Is 'the non-prease.
er carbon paper. It
has no equal, as ex
Sold only by
Tho I) u 1 1 o t i n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them Rood and
big nnd sells them for five cents, a
Get your hat cleaned at tho leading
Hat Clearer, 1104 Fort street.
The Maul Agricultural Company Is
building a hospital for Its employe.,
Cecil Brown went to Hllo by tho
Mnuna Kva for a brief business trip.
Charles Cobb, law partner of the
famous Hency,' Is on his way to sco
the wonders of Kllnttca. ,
Remember Mom's linen sale Is on
nnd tho ladles of H6nolul uwlll not
soon havo ns good a chanco for a sup
ply at tho prices.
Charles Iiartletl and his family left
on' the Mauna Kca Tuesday for Ha
waii,, where they will, enjoy tho sum
mer vacation term.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
und preservative properties California
Feed Co., agnnta.
Mrs. C. R. Miller of Leslie's Weekly,
who hns already written much of Ha
waii, sends word to Secretary U'ood
that sho will visit the Islands again.
The monthly meeting of the Ka
mehameha Alumni Ashoclatlon will
bo held next Friday night In Its
club house on Fort street. All the
members arc requested tn h present.
The United States lighthouse ten
der Kukul, which went over to Ka
laupapa to bring back a number of
engineers, who have been doing
some work on Molokal, returned
early 'this morning, docking nt her
berth at the foot of Alakca street.
She was In command of II, Middle
ton, formerly the first mate.
Lieutenant' Houston, U. S. N
when seen this morning, stated that
Nelson bad never been appointed
comamnder of the Kukul, and that
until further particulars have been
received officially, he would not give
out anything for publication. He
remarked that he was willing to say
anything when the proper time
""TJUlerB are thtrTocaT" agents for
the celebrated Arnold Goods for In
fants' wear; Ask to ree tho line.
Tho Metropolitan Market has the
finest meats, butter and delicatessen
to bo found In the city. Ring tele
phone 45 for prompt service.
When von aro buying candles or
cakes get the freshest and bost. They
do not cost any more If you get them
at tho Palm Cafe, Hotel street, near
Union. Telephone 311,
Try a Conklln Self-filling Fountain
Pen. New stock at Oat & Mossman.
Just a pressure of tho thumb whllo
dipping the pen Into an Ink well fills
It, The handiest and best pen made.
Follows tho crowds to Sachs'. Ev
erything Is reduced; everything Is sell
lug. Ah was predicted this grand
clearance sato at Sachs' has broken all
previous sale 'records for Honolulu.
The reason Is because of the wonder
ful bargains offered.
The Guide Is the only complete dally
(hipping paper in Honolulu. Estab
lished In 1899 It Is now in Its 11th
year of publication. Guldo Publishing
Co., publishers. Young building. Tel
ephone 374. Marino Information furi
nlshed Immediately on request
It Is certainly welcome new to the
ladles to learn that they can have
dainty dresses and other goods, that
have becomo soiled or faded, cleaned
or dyed by tho French Laundry, phono
1491, who are agents for tho F,
Thomas Parisian Dyeing Works, S. F.
MRS. ERDMAN TO
Appropriate, but not elaborate,
will be the ceremony this afternoon
when the big dredger California is
launched by tlie Hawaii Dredging
This Is the largest craft that has
ever been act afloat in these waters,
and It has been built to tackle a
large Job. John Hughes Is the mas
ter and builder and has done his
The launching will take place at
0 o'clock this afternoon, Mrs. Erd
man having accepted the honor of
christening the craft. Quito a par
ty of those Interested In the progress
of Honolulu and well wishers of the
Dillingham Interests engaged In tho
development of Pearl Harbor will be
Ht the launching.
Olvcn a farewell by an enthusiastic
crowd, which assembled nt the Matson
Navigation wharf, tlio steamship Lui
llne, Captain Wecdcn, took her'depart
uro this morning for San Francisco,
canylug a large number of passen
ger s for tho mainland.
Prominent among thono who left
was E, D, Tenney, manager of CaBtlo
& Cooke. Ho goes to Join his family
nt Lake Tahoe, whence ho, Mrs. Ten
ney, and MIbs Tenney, wll motor
about tho country, boforo going to
Newport News to witness Iho launch
Ing of tho now steamer, which will be
christened by Miss Wclhclmlna Tenney,
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE.
8ANV FRANCISCO, August 3. R. P. Schwerin, general manager of
the Pacific Mall Steamship Company, Is dissatisfied with tho present,
wireless telegraph apparatus, nud Mates that tho company Is not yet
ready to equip Its vessels,
ROOSEVELT SPEAKS TO AFRICANS.
NAIROBI, British East Africa, August 3. EifI'rcsldent Roosevelt
was banqueted here tunlght nnd Hindu u speech, In which ha com
pared tho (ondltlun of the pioneers In this country to that of tho man
who conquered and settled the western part of tho United Stntci.
TAKAHIRA TAKES IDS LEAVE.
WASHINGTON, August 4. Ambassador TnUhlrn called on Presi
dent Tatt today to in:it-e his farewell visit. Ho will leave Washington
on August ID, nnd will sail from Seattle, via tho northern route, on
August 17. t
m i a
STRIKE EXPECTED IN CHICAGO. '
CHICAGO, August 3. Tho utroqt railway management Is expecting
a general strike of ctiphijps, and has mode arrangements to gather and
protect several thousand strike breakers.
BUST OF HILL UNVEILED.
SEATTLE, August 3. A bronze bust of James J. Hill, the rail
road magnate, was unveiled hero today ntt a feature of Minnesota day
at the Alaska-Yukon-Paclclllc Exposition,.
CONGRESS TO ADJOURN FRIDAY.
WASHINGTON, August 3
Journ on Friday, August is.
Easy Way To
It Is Iho easiest thing In tho world
to rid ths house of rats, mlco, cock
roaches, watcrbug8,,etc, by using tho
old reliable. Stearns',Electrlc Rat ami
Roach Pasto, which has been on tho
market for thirty years.
It Is ready mixed' for uso and 'as it
is in pasto form, there Is no powder to
blqw away and get into food.
Sco that every package bears, the
signature of J. J. Kearney, nnd then
you will get tho genuine; tho only
guaranteed exterminator, iho only oi:
Draying, Express and
General Contracting. G. W.
JAS. W. PRATT, rEL8f.g.0SSx,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangenwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Har dware Department.
Style and Fit
expected that Congress will ad-
I J I
Rid the House of
Hats, Mice. etc.
where your druggist will rofuiid your
money If II docs nut do the work.
Apply Stearns' Electric Paste at
night, In ulnks, pantiles, etc., and in
tho morning you can sweep up u pan
ful of deadtCuckioachcH.
Uso It whero there aro rats and
mice, nud after eating It, thoy will run
out of doois to die,
All rellnblo drugglt.lH sell Stoanis'
Electric Pnslo: 3 oz. box 1'Cc, 1C oz.
box (1.00, or sunt express prepaid.
Stearns" Electric Paste Co., Chlcflago,
Telephone S88. Wood and Coal Stove
I Uuantity the aim.
" O ,
LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
TaJ?a.',.-g.fci -i. -h . - ,A immam
Easiest to clean.
No trouble with doors.
Uses least ice,
W. W. AHANA CO.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, Auoutt 4.
SEATTLE Arrhcd Aug. 3-
H. H. Virginian, from San Francisco.
AUCKLANI Hulloil Aug S-
Ilk. Knhllanl, for Honolulu. J
HKATTLli-SalJeil Aug, .
H. H. Ilyudi's, for Honolulu. t,
SYDNEY-Sailed Aug. 2:
H. S. Mnkura, for Honolulu. .,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. -I:
Ilktno. Coconado, hencu July 11,
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's freighter Alaskan arrived yes
terday afternoon from Kan Krnnclsro
wltli 000 tons or cargo for Honolulu.
Sho docked nt the railroad wharf,
whero she Is discharging. The utenni
it, Texan of tho same lino will leave
oil' Friday for Port Allen. Knual,
whence sho will go oer to Knhulul,
Kaauapnli nnd Hllo.
THE STEAMER V. (1. Hall, arriv
ing fi oin Kauai thl morning, brought
the following rargo- nr,0 b.igi sugtr,
2 automobiles, 20 r.npty wine rusks.
10 bundles empty b.tgt. 2 horsces. 22
crates plftt, 30 sundry uekaiei.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 4. Su
gar 88 analysis beets, 10s 9 3-4d.
Parity. 4.28 cents, Previous quota,
ticn, 10s 9d.
Tho Detroit of tbi Ncnrhuyr,'
League beat Chicago today on the t'ity
grounds, S to -I. This Is the tldtd
game In the series of ten for the 1) tl 1
lot I n trophy, Detroit hns now won
two nud Chicago one.
Enemies of Hawaiian Is
While people kcaro up Imngltnr)
double wii lithe Jupnueso, tho govern
ment Is lighting u much inoto danger,
oils army, that of Insects, lldlng thr
:u llcles of coninieico from every point
oT the couip.isH ui:d ready to attack
and damugo the agilciilturo of tho Ha
In a report of Jacob Kolinsky tr
tho Hoard or Agilculliiio, read this
afternoon, ho states tlrat out of thlrt
cnseltf arriving, llfleeu liiouglit pnr
cels for their Inspection, Many punts
Including various kinds of beetles
cockroaches, etc., weio cornered whllo
trying to ovado tho bug Immigration
officials riding on oichlds from Manila.
Chaff scale was caught coming fioni
Japan, and several other arletles, leaf
hoppers, etc., came on u, Ncphelliini.
Larvae of a banana borer, a colony
of ants, lofe leaf caterpillars ami n
long homed roho borer camo fiom
Slngnporc. Reau wcuUls were pinched
coming in an envelope of beans fiom
Sand-blndlng grasB wna Kent by Hid
last Flaurenco Ward to .Midway Is
land at tho request of tho Commeiclal
Cable Co. It Is also said to be good
Tho Arizona dung fly, Impoitcd to
attack the horn fly. Is not living up to
its reputation but Is earning Its living
by wiping out the stahlo fly, also n
blood-sucking Insect, Other enemies
of tho horn ily huvo been . received
from Mr. Koehelo and turned over to
Mr. Swezey al the Sugar PluulerK' sta
Hon for attention.
All those petty Jurors who wero
nbbent Monday from .tho Federal
Court offered satisfactory excuses
this morning to Judge Dole nnd their
failure to attend was excused, Those
Who answered In rouit this iiioiulug
stated thut thoy had not been notl.
fled of tlio trlul.
Julius Ascli wns exciibcil fiom per
manent nttenduuee. us ho has been
engaged ns Jailor und Is thus dis
qualified. J. if, Rodriguez was also
excused, us ha has novcr taken the
oath of allegiance to the United
Stales since annexation, and Is thus
not a citizen.
H. II. ( I Until was excused .until I
next Tuesday, and Wlllaid lliown
wns excused until the 12th, -
Kuiolwa changed his idea from
not guilty to guilty and will be sen
tenced Fililny. Hern'da, whoso case
was culled for trlul. also changed
bis plea to guilty after the court had
taken a ten minutes recess to permit
him to consult with his attorney, E.
A. Douthltt. Ho will bo sentenced
Salo Ona was n third to chango
her plea to guilty and will be sen
tenced next Wednesday, ,
. i H M. KI.m
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I.'isl iimrter of the moon August 8,
Hawaiian standard lime u iu Luui.
1U minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tui meridian of 157
legrecs 3d minutes Tl n time whistle
blows'nt 1:30 p. m., which li toe same
as Oreeiittlch, 0 hours 0 mluutos. Uuu
ami moon are for local time 'tor tti
Tuesday, August .1.
tt. H. A. T. Logan, fiom Manila. S
M. N. H. S. l.iirllne. Wifiliii, from
ivuhiiliil, 1 a, in.
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, from San Fran-
clr.ci, u. in.
Wednesday, August I.
1'. H. L. II. tender Kukul, Mlddlo-
t (in, fiom Kalaup.lpa, :i. m.
Slim. V. (!, Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai, ti:C2 u. m.
U. S. A. T. Loguli, fur San Fran
clsci. I p. 111.
T. K. K. S. S. Manchit Maru, Nlsbl,
for Hontli American puts, p. m.
TucFilay, August 3.
Stmr. Kiiiau, for Kauai jmrts, C
i'- nt. .
Stmr. Mlkaliala, for Molokal ami
Maul ports, 5 p. in.
Wednesday, August 3.
M. N. S. S. l.iirllne, Wculun, for Sail
rianclscc, ID a. in.
M. N. S. S. Hlloubn, rrederlekson,
from San 1'ranelnco, 2 i. in.
-I1 i K
Stmr. Claudlno, Dennett, from Hllo
nnd Maul ports, a, in.
i PASSEN3ERS ARRIVED t
Ver Stmr. W. O. Hall, ThompHon.
rioni Knual, Aug. A, Mis. ICggerkiug
nd child. Master Kgneiklng, o
llorelks, Miss Tnpliau, .Miss Hoilge, On
Kon Lung, Miss T. Segawa, Miss
Hngiwu, Muster Sag.iwa, Miss M. Ciy
mniit, Mis. Ileitniuu, Mutsuhlta, K.
j PAS3ENOER3 DEPARTED
l'er M. N. S. S. I.urllno. for Ran
I'rnnrlsco, Aw 3. A. W. Moiso, Mts.
Morso. Adjt. en. J. W. Jones. Mrs.
Femes and child. Mrs. John Watt nnd
child, Master Watt. 15. W. Russell,
Mrs. HusKell, (J. 0. Murasky. Mrs.
Murasky, Col. J. H. Klshcr. Mrs. Hsli
er, dipt. -A. W. Neoley, Mrs. Neeley,
Dr. Jelling f. Mrs. Jelllngs. S. (). Hun.
lock, Mrs. ltuinlock und 2 rhlhlren, .1.
F. Carden. Jr. W. T Pardon, Col. P.
W. Zelgler, .Major W, It. Riley, Major
tlustav Ruse, J. I'. I'unton, Dr. Saw
er. II. II. Ile-ckullli, Mrs. lleckwlth,
MIrs Julia ilcStoclter, Miss Lydla Mr.
Stncker, 13. 13. IJartello. Mrs. Ilartello,
Kd Ingham. Rov. John llcnshall. W. (1.
Scott, Mrs. Scott. ;iss M. R. Turrell.
Miss C. Walker. Miss M. C. Alexander,
Miss IMna Henry. .1. C. Koss, Mm
Josh. Mrs M. I). Pilmo, Cnpt. Chas.
N. Costa, Lieut. Luther. A. K. Evans,
Cupt. IMnnrd Hopkins, Sergeant Joso
fiouvela. Seigeaut Dudlo K. Lemon,
Sergeant Thomas J. K. Evans, Ser
geant Joso I'errulra. Sergeant William,
lliilliul, Sergeant John Stone, Ser
geant CIiiih. K. stlllmaii, Borgoant
MniiiiH Klla. Sergeant Aloxaiidt-r
Mav, J. H Myall.
Having on board her tlm llnw.i--
Han delegates to tho World's Chris
tian Kiideuvnr Conference nt St.
I'uul, Minn,, tho steamer Hllonlan,
Pllptnlll rreilerlrl.-snii. nrrlveil this
I'ftfinooii fiom San Krnnclsco, dock
lug at 2:30 o'clock.
She made a pleasant trip from
tho Htnte.i. Among thoso whu re
turned today wero Cupt. J. C. I.ol
eiico, Judgo Wm. Werner, Judgo A.
S. Mnhiiulu, I. N. Knhoktiolunii
and Rev. Moses Nakiilnn.TV'MrH. (3.
II. Slemson, whoso liusbiuul died In
Seattle, also relumed today with
tho. remains of hor husband.
Accordlng to Wilton's storv nvnri-.
Jiody hit him soyeral times niu ho
uiwiiya nil uuu mo oilier clieek.
Judge Andradc, hnwovor, shut
down on Uio nccused Ui tho tune of
sin and coats.
Sea Wren'j, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycle
,, Motor. $175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WA1KBR8 BOAT
AND MACHINE W0BKB
King St., opposite South St.