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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, nONOLTJLTJ, T. H., TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1909
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Oceanic First Degree.
Honolulu Commandcry Order
of the Temple.
All ibliltiR members ot the
Order ure cordially Invited U
Attend meetings of local lodges
ttA.&ONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Metta ovety Monday evening at
f.'iO In I. 0. O F Halt, Kurt Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
1 D. W1CKU, N. U.
Air visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No, 1, E. of f
Meets evry first and third Krl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
turner Fort and Ucretanla. Visiting
mothers cordially Invited to attend
F. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
it. GOSLING. K. H. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 010, U. I 0.
.Elks, meets In their hall, on King
fcJtrcct, near Foil, every Friday occ
3nc. Vlbltln llrothers aro cordlall)
luvlted to attend.
E. A. DOUT1UTT, E. It
It. C. KASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, -.of
Meets every nd and 4th Saturday
ivcnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V
Hall, cor. Fort and Dcretanla. Vlsll
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. f. m. mcgrew, c. o.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. 8
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
Meets on thn 2nd and 4th WRU
NESUAY evenings of each month '
7:80 o'clock Id K. of P. Hall, cornei
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invltod to at
V. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythtns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
illally Invited to attend.
J,. A. PER? , Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhartlt's Candies always
"King and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YQUNQ HOTEL
At All Watc dealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING St.. Honolulu
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
' MISS TOWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
It Will Pay You
When In need of a medicine
to tone up the system, aid
digestion, promote sound
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowels open, to
try a bottle of
You'll agree that it is the
finest medicine you ever took.
Then don't delay. It issfor
Dyspcnsia, Indigestion, Bloat
ing Biliousness, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia- Nervousness, and
Malaria, Fever and Ague.
For sale by llenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.: HotlUtor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
There's no tank that can
come up to a redwood t round
hoop tank. We carry a full
line of sizes at the lowest
prices. Every tank guaran
teed. Lewers & CooRe,
177 S. King Street.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.S0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
q A new down town hotel. Sleel ud
brick structure. Furnished at a coil of
(150,000. Every comfort and content
tnee. On oir lines transferring to all
parts ot city. Omnibus moats an trains
and steamers. ,
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
They play four minutes on
the wonderful Edison Phono
graph and renroduce the
world's best music, song and
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
I'll Bif Q (or una-turd
OlUUIMl U (.,!.. .na . ..UarttlAM
Irrtnui ttt-tiu, - . .
' g.nt or poliooout. t
Mid bf Pni1l I
CltCUl.t MDI CD IHOlW
W. W. AHANA CO.
ABr ! ml dwfc V
LOCAL AND GENERAL
C. U. Ileal nrilved on the Mauna Eoa
Clmn. Lucas returned today from
Hawaii on the Mauna Loa.
i Mrs, .Tub. E. Jaeger and four children
cniim hack today from Hawaii.
(let your hat cleaned at the leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort street.
Dr. A. C. Wall was among tho arriv
als this morning on the Mauna l.oa.
Senator It. H. Makckau of Hawaii
Is In' town, having arrived today on
the Mauna I-oa.
Fred Rogers Is assisting Monty
Montgomeiy In doing the honors at
the Anchor Saloon.
A trip through the Yellowstone, with
all of the pleasures and nono of tho
discomforts, for ten cents at the Park
NEW P.O. DUTIES
II. E. Ilrodek assumed his duties to
day as tho new assistant postmaster,
to succeed William It. Felter, who re
cently resigned to accept a commer
cial position here. Mr. Ilrodek has
been acting as postmaster at Walalna
In connection with his clerical posi
tion on tho plantation.
Postmaster Pratt said this morning:
"Mr. Ilrodek has had the necessary
experience to qualify him for thu kind
of work he will encounter In his new
position. Mr. Felter has been a very
capable man hut desires to enter pri
vate employment, which he believes
will be to his advantage.
OLAA ACTjUN BEGINS
Olaa began to movo this morning
under the influence of buying orders
Irom tho cguntry. Kight hundred
shares changed hands at 4.7S and tho
market gave no indication of weak
ness. A bujlng order for Walalua at 103 Is
having a ory Interesting Influence on
that stock. Tho general belief Is that
n determined effort Is being made to
land tho stock as low at 105 and after
tho order is filled the advance will bo
resumed. Small sales have been made
Kwa went as tit i-.Ii as 30.76 on the
Hoard. Hawaiian Agricultural sold
for 180 and Pioneer Is strong at tho
same figure. If Pioneer were cut into
bnmll (.hares It would probably go to
200. The storv that tho shares will be
' cut up has again been started but there
Is no reason to give It credence. Oahu
Is selling readily at 32 and Hawaiian
Commercial Is strong and active.
The Hawaiian Rand will give a
public concert this, Tuesday, eve
ning at Thomas Square at 7:30
o'clock. Following Is tho program:
March Kid (new) Ilrown
Overture Lyslstrata I.lnko
March Carollno (new) ....Drown
Selection Martha Flotow
Vocal Hawaiian Songs . ,
Arr. by Merger
Selection The Last Pay of Pom
Intermezzo Cupid's Arms (new)
Finale Gay New York (new)..
The Star 8pnngled llanner.
'Continued from fiat ti
pursued by the Government In connec
tion with the fate and disposition ot
the Knpaa lands.
"The other lands on which tho leases
expired about a year ago," said tho
Governor, "havo been Increased In
valuo through being allowed to lie fal
low. It has undoubtedly Improved
them and Incidentally tho Territory
lias profited. A better figure has been
obtained by the Government through
nllowlng tho lands to be used for pas
turage purposes than was secured on
tho original leaso."
Tho lands which havo been in status
quo slnco tho expiration of tho loases,
to which Governor Frcar referred, he
also says were "run down" and, as a
consequence, their marketable valuo
and their usefulness for homcsteadlng
purposes has been decidedly Increased
through tho fact that tho Territorial
Government has not seen fit to ileal
with them In the usual way.
Governor Frear was not prepared to
Bay Just When the loases on tho three
hundred and fifty acres would be set up
at auction, but intimated that It would
bo within tho course of tho next few
' 185 editorial rooms 250 bu'
ness office. Thesa re the ttltphont
limb' n thu Bull. tin oflle.
Talk as they will, clothiers can
not convince themselves or anyone
else that ready-made clothes can give
the satisfaction of "Made to Your
62 6. King St.
City Transfer Co.
MS. H. LOVE.
WRIGHT TO EUROPE
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NKW YORK, Aug. it. Orvllle Wright will sail for Europe Wed
nesday to Inspect the neroplnne 'fuetory In England and nl-ai to gUo
demonstrations In Germany. '
WAS POPE'S SIXTH
ROMK, Aug. 9.- Pope 'Plus X.
his coronation today,
MRS. ROOSEVELT IN PARIS.
Aug. S. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt nud children arrived
Dravine. Exnress and
General Contracting. O. W.
JAS. W. PRATT, II5LTo0box,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangcnwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
DO you suffer from Dyspepsia?
Try Digesto Malt
Extract. It affords almost
instant relief. Its phenomenal
sale is evidence of its excellent
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL JAN DFORT STREET. HONE 297.
A girl Is wanted for general house
work. Seo Want Ads.
An application for Hawaiian birth
certificate has been lost. See Wont
Whatever you need In thu line of of
flea stationery you can buy to tho best
advantage at Oat & Mossman'B utnie
on Merchant street near tho postofllee.
You never appreciate how valu
able accident insurance is until jou
dre Injured and do not have nny of
It. Why not bo on the safe side
und Insure today?
Remember, when ordering u few
tins of milk, to gay "Alpine." Alpine
milk Is tho best In tho market und Is
sold by all grocers. II. Hackfold &
Co., wholesale distributors
A flvc-bedroom house on Pacific
Heights Is offered to permanent tenant
or for the summer months by Bishop
Trust Co., Ucthel streot. The hoiibo
Is in excellent condition.
No cigar dealer pas ever been able
to alter as nnich valuo in a to cigar
as you get In tho Owl. That la be
cause of the immenso bale which tho
Owl built up when Its prlco wu 10c.
Thcto's no tank that can como up to
u redwood round hoop tank such as Is
ir w 1
celebrated the sixth anniversary of
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
Jtuel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
told by Lowers & Cooke, Ltd. This
company t.irileu u lull lino nf sizes nt
thu lowest ii, ices. Kveiy tank guar
A very largo stock of the wonderful
new "Aiuberol" records for tho I.dl
ton phonograph has been received by
Hawaiian News Co., and Is ready for
jour selection. Store In Alexander
Financial Independence Is seldom an
accident. It Is the result of persistent
ly pursued plan of saving hoiiio pat I of
(no's earnings. ' Tho Dank of Hawaii
Invites jou to optn nu account with
them. 4!4 per cent Interest paid.
Thu most delicate goods hclentir
lenlly cleaned und djed by thu 12.
Thomas l)elug Works of San Krun
elbco. Goods sent by each Alameda
anil received by icturn steamer. The
French Laundry agenta. Phono 14U1.
Call nt tho Honolulu Who Red Cu.'a
letall store, corner King und Alakca
t-treets, and !,eo what spot citli will
buy You will have a revelation In tho
prices of lurnltnrc of all kinds, an well
as llnlley'i: celebrated "Duplex" wlro
Somo people wonder why their ferni
do not grow well. Try boino "Force
growth" on them, according to dliec
tlons and note thu transformation. A
COe hag of "Forcegrowth" will lam n
long time In tho fernery. K. O. Hall
& Sou, Agents.
THE MONGOLIA, which left hero
July 28, urrlved ut Yokohama ester-day.
Is the strongest and best flour made for family use. It
requires less flour to the loaf of bread than most other
brands, and its uniformity of quality year in and year out
enables the cook to judge accurately how it will bake.
There's no uncertainty about C. B. New stock just in.
toJ, HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuetday, Augutt 10.
GRAYS IIARIIOR Salli-d Aug. !i:
Kehr Uiiierleaua, lor llllo.
Si In. O. W. Watson, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Airlvcd Aug. S:
K. S. Mongolia, heucu July S!S.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Alig. 7:
,. S. China, for Honolulu.
l)RISIIANr Arilvvit Aug. X:
S. S. Aurangl, hciiro July 21,
PORT A LLKN Arrived Aug. S:
Bchr. R.ibl. Searle, fioiii Gray's Har
bor. Monday, Augutt 0,
HAVIOTA Arrived Aug. 7:
Sp. M. Chlleott, henco July .1.
SUVA Sailed Aug. X:
S. S. Makuia, for Honolulu.
1 WATERFRONT NOTES I
TIIK MAUNA LOA urrlved this
morning from Knu-Koua ports, bring
ing 8180 bags, sugar, .Ifl bags cofToo, Mb
bags-beans, .1 bags ginger, .'I bags uwa,
.1 bales tobacco, 18 bunches bananas
1! crates dried fish. 8 eases dried (Ish,
71 pieces ko.i lumber, 13 crates chlck
eiiH, r. easi-H pigs, I! kegs butter, IJi
balea hide.-, 1 calf, II! horres, "(l hogs
I auto, 228 Dtindry package.
THH KINAU and Mlknhnl.i will still
fills iilternonn nt ft o'clock for theli
regular poits of call mi ICuiiai mid Mo
lokal. They -vt III icturn next Sunday
morning, bringing, besides passengers,
mall and general cargo.
THU PACIFIC MAIL liner Kurea
having on board her ns one of tho par.
KPiigiTH, General Manager It, V
Srhwerln nf tho company, will arrive
tomorrow morning from San Fran
Tlir. MAUNA KEA sailed at noon
today for llllo la Maul ports. She
dlil not carry ninny passengers, us was
expected. Sonic of them went In the
Volcano llotiro for u stay of n week.
Last nteht wireless lepoits wero ro
celved, one finm the transport Sherl
dau und tho other from the Alamedii.
Tho former rcpoitul that she was UOO
miles out from Honolulu, and the l'.i't
K.r 1200 miles.
The Sheridan Is expected to aulvi
here next Thursday, ami thu Al-im-dn
on Friday morning.
At 10 o'clock this morning, the Mitt
ton liner Hllonlnn Captain Frederick
i.on, sailed for San I'ranehro, rarylny
n good-hl7.ed list of pasFcugorH am)
general caigo, ronslsllng nf suof
hunches or. bananas, 2000 lugi nf rice
hulls, 1000 bags nf fresh pineapples
4200 eases of canned pineapples, 20Uf
tons of sugar.
Among I ho passengers who sailed on
her was Col. Thomas fitch, who goe
to the mainland mi legjl business. Ac
cording to flioHH who have talked will
him, It Is expected that he will icturn
cm the next trip of tho Alameda, due
In nrrlvn hern September 3.
Tho Hawaiian bind played Tor the
benefit of the p.'ibscngerH.
Dennis Gavin, who Introduced u
frea krellglon In the Kona district
of Hawaii and got tuned and feath
ered In rniibcquciiu', left for the
toast on the Slbeila.
lie halls f i om Liw Angele.i, and It
Is thought that he will return to
Unit elty. Whether he will endeav
or to mako converts to his lellglon
on the mainland Is not known at
Sheriff Jnrrett will probably drop
n lino to the pulko depaitment nt
Los AngelcB, Informing them of tho
facts connected with Gavin In Ha
Tuecday, August in
Htnir. Mnunn Loa, Sllnerson, fun.
Nona nud Kail ports, S:2U n. m
Hit. Andrew Welch, Kelley, from Sai
Francisco, 7:30 n. in.
Monday, August 9
Stmr. Llkellke, for Honokiin, ft p. m
Sttur. Nooau, for Kauai polls, r, p
Tuesday, August In
M. N S. H. Illloiilali, Frudeiicksoii
for Sail Fiaiietseo, It) a. in.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, Freeman, for Illl.
mid way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mlknhaln, for
Maul Kirls, ft p. m.
Stmr, Iwulaiil, for Kiikulhaele,
stmr. Miiau, lor Kauai ports, a p. m
P. M. S. S. Korea, from Sim Fian
Cisco, n. in.
Hlmr, W, G. Hall, from Kauai ports
, m. Km ea, for YoKoliama, r.
I J. S. A. T. Sheridan from San I'ran
ehio, ii. in.
M. N. S. S. Ilyades. fiolu Seattle.
Htlnr. Claudliie, fiom Mnui ports
DUE FRIDAY '
(). B. S. Alameda,
Francisco, n. in.
Dowdell, Irom Sai
Chiiillne, fur Maul ports, I.
Stmr. Manila Kea, Freeman,, fron
llllo und way ports, a. in.
U. S. 8. Iliirfah), from Manila.
j SAIL SATURDAY
V. S. S. St.
Louis, (Heaves, for San
PASSENGER8 ARRIVED I
i-er suur. .tinuiiu iia, Hiiuerson
Irom Kan Korn ports, Aug. 10. Minn
II. .Maloney, 8. L llartlelt und wife, ('
Miegory ami wire, illbii M. 1). Moon
Jt. II. Witllliigton, S. Naaituo, Chan,
l.ueas, Mr, llerlleiuau. Mr. Hind, A. C
reteriuan, .Mrs. J. Lino, L. Lino. Mlw
.M. Lino. L. Kwong Vie. C. B. Klin;
111. A. C. Willi, It. If. Makekau, C. I..
Ileal, Joe GiiBper, Mrs. Jan. H. Jaegei
4 chllilreii und servant, Mrs. W. Mel
Wiiynu, Jllss ;t. Morgnii, P. Peck, (!
l. .Mnydwell and wife, T. K. Ulukou
i.nd wife. It. Ulukou, W. Weeks, Mrs
M. Rodrlipies, Jllss H. Rodrliiies, P.
Phillips, II. K. Scholefeld. Miss K
Eiieruooii, ii. Howell, Mrs. G. II.
Mead, .Mrs. C, Charlock, Mlsa (1. Ch.ir-
lock, J, Pratt, A. I. Sllvn, T. K. Smlll
I). CI. Sloggett.
Per bk. Andrew Welch, Kelley from
t-iin I-ranclseo, Aug. 10. Mr. Thoi.ip
win, Miss Tlioimi.on. Mr. noil Mr.i.
Ilaidgroio, Mrs. linker.
rer stmr. Jlnuna Kea, Freeman, for
Maul and llllo, Aug. 10, noon. Hong
Chock, A. Tnarse, Mrs. Rowland and
i Mill, Miss M. Hartford, Miss Waal.
Miss M. C. Lofciulst. Miss Starblnl.
Mrs. II. E. Murray and friend. Mrs. W
Thompson nud 2 chlldien, Miss John
-on. .Miss Tickers, W. Green, W. C.
Lath, W. C. Ilartholoniow. S. Martin?
and wife, Mr. und Mrs. Lelgliton, Mas-g
ler Campbell. Mrs. W. Livingston, Mrj.i
Winter, II. T. Hayselden.
Pir itinr. Klnau, for Kauai, Aug. 1.
ft p. in. 1). L. Austin, Miss Thatcher.
Miss Tho tun. Mis. T. W. Grulg. F. T.
P. WiilerhoiiBo and son, Mrs. Pinssei,
Mrs. S. NIeper, Miss Heed, Miss W
Robinson, MIph, Sadler, Miss M. Il.is
tlo, Mrs. J. Cliulio, Mlsu Helen llrium
Mia. V. T P. Waterhouso and daugli
ler, Miss Fanny Miles, 8. K. Knen.
Per still-. Mlkuhnhi. Tullett. for JIo
lokal, Ailg, 10, ft p. m. L. Causer, I.
Ciici-er Jr., Miss H. II. Kawolo, Clias,
THE HARK Audiow Welch. Captain
Kelley, arrived this morning from Sin
Francifcco, bilnglng a ful) load of gen
crai nieiciiaiiuiso, which sho la dl
chin glng nt Iho lllshop Bp. She
brought five, passengers, who will stai
lieu' for somo llmo, visiting points of
Inlurekt beforo returning to M
Stales. Sho made tho trip In eoveu
teen days, oxpeilenclng sninoth teas
and fnlily good wonther.
Rlank books of all sorts,
tc manufactured by tW
''' ll.hlnr Pi-nr-fi
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycie
Motor. $175 f!nmnli
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kine St., opposite Souty St.
.'.. 1' $k & ..
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