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BVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULTJ, T. T!., SATURDAY, AUG. 14, 1909.
1'liliJ v 1 llv I Lil'll LiL
Oceanic First Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of th
Order are cordially Invited to
4tteud meetings ot local lodge
HARMONY LOME, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets avery Monday evening l
f:30 In I. O. O. F Halt, Tort Street.
E. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. W1CKU. N. U.
Air visiting brothers very cordially
QAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. o( P. Hall,
:orner Fort and Uoretanla. Vlsltlag
)rotberi cordially Invited to attend.
T. I.. NUGENT. C. C.
11. GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.oilpo No, C1C, 1). P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klog
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. VUltlns llrotlicrs are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K,oil.
Meets every Ind and 4tb Saturday
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. f. m. McanEw, c. a
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
'" K0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. .
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
, NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock la IC. of P. llnll, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to il-
if W. M. McCOY, W., Treat.
H. T. MOOItE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
j Meets every first mid third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
I. A. PERRY, Sachem.
4? n. V. TODD, C. of R.
We arc in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain,
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
JSRS, ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All Watchdealers.
K Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
li"NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
im . UMSM, m
iz". .. .xiiffj
. . -..mmi).
Makes Good Blood
Trick your tkln
nlth a noodlo.
Yon will too
that It Is
It ut nli at
It I ml ot
puro? Or I
tlil a and
I m i u r o
ors tho skin
nuitulcs. talt-rlionm. bolls, carbun
cle, aad other or. These simply
toll ot something bad down (loop In
tho blood Itjolf. Ointments, washes,
powders and cosmotlcs will net roaoh
tho evil. You must talco out all Im
purities from tho systom with
and then see how quickly tho skin
troubles will disappear.
A now made, Aycr'n Snrta
parllln contain ho alcohol.
Thoro are many imitation
Bo sure you get "Ayer's."
tnnni iy Dr. 1. C. Ajtf k C)., trnll, Mm., U.S.-
Double and sin
MeS3BJCN SOUTH SEAS
CURIO CO., Young Building, Next
Cable Office, under Electric Sign,
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
There's no tank that can
come up to a redwood round
hoop tank. We carry a full
line of sizes at the lowest
prices. Every tank guaran
teed. Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
Vm Dlf a for unnatural
dlicharftf a, Inflammation!,
rnnal tuuiua. """ or ulc.ratloni
lTHtEmCiC.lCo.'' " nambrMoa,
LomeiiiiiTI.0.1 i-aiDie.., ana ooi uuioi
ffrDIOr POITCDOU.. I
told hr DrnntoM.-!
Circular mi on noaW
IIjsssiV D.s.1. .SJT
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN ANTt RTTimV.ntf
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 166 Bere
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
n. m.. 7?Sn n B-Sfl m
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
.Bulletin Business Office PJione ?M.
Jr.uUctiu Editorial Room Phone 185.
Tho followliiK havo been drawn ns
trial Jurors for tho September term
of .ludgo Do Holt's court: Edward
Il.iltnr, Clins. Wulluro, Thos. Leo, C.
II. FlBhcr, Win. Thompson, Wm, L.
Austin, Win. Lindsay, Kred. J. Tumor,
It. K. Urown, Iludolph Muller, David
Hush, David Richards. Jas. Guild.
Chas. Arnold, Jno. A. llostllold, Alfred
0. Hels, K. J. Smith, J. It. Clarkb, Win.
V. Ducklo (n Juror In tho riot trial),
lMwnrd (' Ilruna, .Ino (J. Oull, Sam
uol I'. Nott. Thos. (Iruho, Ilonry Mors
licrB, Clins, W. HildfjPK, mid J, ..
Tho United States transport Sheri
dan snlli this afternoon nt I o'rliK-k
for Manila, liofoiu who uulls the llu
wallan ba'i dwlll play on board hur
lor thu benefit ot tho officers and men.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Dig Nickel Scratch Pad for safe
at the Bulletin office (or five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper, 8U for a
Get your hat cleaned nt tho Loading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Korl Btrect.
ITd Uird is expected home on the
Mnramn, nrrlvhiR tho 20th.
Ah Choc was found Rullty of n
charge of leaving his horse untied on
Maunn Kca street.
Anchor Saloon, King and Nuuanii
streets, Is headquarters for Jack
ashore those days. Monty Montgom
Tho "pineapple" Hint Is reportol to
havo developed Into n tree with hW
corns, up In Kalis. City, Is evidently
a -"sport" If not n papala.
Charlie Chllllngworth appeared for
the defendants, but as the prosecu
tion was not ready to go on with
the case It was put ovor till .Wed
There wero four charges against
M. S. Cambrn and M. Oonsalves for
violating the license laws In connec
tion with tho celebrated picnic to
Sam Floyd, who' was charged hy
Inspector Fcnnol wTth refusing io
leave n saloon when requested to do
so hy the proprietor, appeared In
potirt this morning and .Was fined
$0 for the offense.
Klten Anderson was ngnln before
the poll co court this morning on n
chnrgc of disturbing tho quiet of
the night. Judge Audrndo found
her guilty of the charge and tieajed
her to n suspended sentence of thir
Snto Ona, who came up for sen
tence this morning, will bo miter:
cd Monday nrirnlng, Sho Is Indlctco
under the Kdnmnd's Act, but Is now
held by tho Immigration authorities,
and It Is probablo that she will bo
deported, It being supposed that her
sentence will be a nominal one,
Dennis Ilrlan, who appeared for
tho Bccond time beforo tho court on
a charge ot being Intoxicated, was
given a twenty days' trip to tho reef.
Charles Nakaolehua, who also look
ed upon the flowing beer Instead of
sticking to water, did not appear In
court to nnsewr to the charge, and
his ball was consequently forfeited.
Witnesses in Murder Cue Are at
Police Station Awaiting "Wai
Matters in regard to tho murder of
Henry Wetherlll, which occurred somo
tlmo back, and for which "Walklkl"
has been sent up to tho Grand Jury,
uro lu nbout tho samo statu as before
Cummlngs and McCnndlcss nro still
detained nt tho pollco station for In
vestigation, and also so as to bo on
hand as witnesses when tho charge
against "Walklkl" Is gone Into.
It will bo remembered that Cum
mlngs and McCaiidless wero set at
liberty a few weeks back, but tho po
lice, suspecting that tho two men
might not bo on hand when tho "Wal
klkl" trial came, up, took them Into
custody onco more, so as to bo certain
of their presence at tho Grand Jury
Neither man has mado any further
statement In regard to tho crlmo for
which "Walklkl" Is to bo tried and
they still maintain that they wero not
on tho spot when Wetherlll was killed.
No cbargo baa been laid against
tho two men; they aro simply held
as witnesses. It Is, however, thought
that ono or tho other of tho men will
come through with a completo con
fession that will clear up tho mys
tery ot WethorlU'a death.
Itcsurfacod and reotled, In fact,
mado over as good as a now street,
Emma street will this nfternpon bo
thrown open to traffic from Beretanla
to Vineyard. Hoad Supervlsor'Wllson
s well satisfied with tho work, rind Is
pushing t through bb fast as possible.
Work on tho ojher roads is pro
gressing rapidly, pangs of men aro
putting in (ho now stono drain on
Merchant stroot and laying tho now
gutters. Another gang Is at work In
upper Kallhl valloy, resurfacing and
grading. Tho only objection Wilson
has to' using civilian labor Instead of
tho prlsonors, as heretofore, Is that
tho prisoners could bo used jo got
out rock whon they could not 'bo
used on grading and othor road work',
and It cost tho county and city no
more Otherwise, bo believes tho now
system Is tho best tor good rcsultB.
NEW MAI NY
Articles of Association wero filed
today by tho Japaneso Mcrcantllo Co.,
Ltd., of Maul. Its Incorporators aro
K. Mnraoka, S. S. Kobayashl, 8. fu
kunagn "of Kahiilul, and 8. Kadokawa,
M. Matsul, B. Sklmatsu. D. Shlgeta, C.
Uclildn, S. Tomoedn, T. Jkomorl,' K.
I-'uJInakn of Puuneno, .Maul." Tho cap
ital stock Is 120,000 with a limit of
jpity Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE.
SULTON EVIDENCE IN
ANNAPOLIS, Aug. U. Tho nrgunicnlB In tho fnmous Sutton case
hnvo been concluded, mid the rase has been submitted to the court.
. Census Men Named
HKVKRLY, Aug. 13. Tho President today appointed thirty-seven
census supervisors. It Is hoped to have the work of taking tha census
begun In October. '
m i t
PAUIS, Aug. llL It Is leported hero that twcnty-flvo .persons wero
executed at Barcelona Wednesday for participating In tho revolution.
Tho ngltntlon In the riot-torn Spansh city continues. Five po'llcc
men nro reported to have been kill Jd during recent rioting.
m i a
HOT WAVE IN ST! LOUIS.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 13. Five deaths" from heat occurred hero today.
A scoro of prostrations nro reported.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
YOKOHAMA Arrived Aug. 13:
S. S. Tetiyo Mum, henco Aug. 3.
3AN FRANCISCO Arrhcd Aus. 1:
S. "S. 8lborla, henco Aug. S.
VANCOUVER Soiled Aug. 13:
S. S. Mnramn, for Honolulu.
Saturday, August 11.
3AL1NA CRUZ Sailed Aug. 13:
S. S. Mlssourlan, for San Francisco.
Friday,' August 13.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sailed Aug. 12:
Dk. St. Knlherlnc. for llllo, not Ho
nolulu, us reported yesterday.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Aug. 12:
S. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Snllcd Aug. 13:
S. S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
Draylnir tnd Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
P. W.McDougall, Prop.
GEJVERAI, anitoST and Fi",ng'
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream.
JAS. W. PRATT,
P.O. BOX 451
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stanfrcnwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or r,ock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
To get the best out of life one
mast keep the body and mind in
good condition at all times. For
good health and good cheer there
is nothing to equal
I','). -'-' ""
DO you suffer from Dyspepsia?
Try Digesto Malt
Extract. It affords almost
instant relief. Its phenomenal
sale is evidence of its excellent
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
P0TEL AN DF0RT STREET.
W. W. AilANA CO.
Talk as they will, clothiers can
not convince themselves or anyone
else that ready-made clothes can Rive
the satisfaction of "Made to Your
62 S. King St.
. Per stmr. Maunn Kca, Freeman
Irom Hlln and way portH, Ahb. 14.
MfsM M. Hnynes, Miss E. Hodglna,
Miss O. Dnrkc, Mm. R. M, Overdid
Mrs. J, Aulilde. W. C. tintlioloniew, .1.
N. Tasfiart, Mrs. J. Mnnioc, Mrs. V
Doll, C. K. Stone, C. V). Koys, R I.
Anderson, S, Mnrtin, Mrs. Martin, Mis?
U, Johnson, Miss C. Flkner, F. Freld
enliert?, W. V. Harris. A. C. Dowsclt
II. .1. llucldy, C. W. Asliford, Dr. A. II.
Clarke, Mrs. R, A. Woodward, Mrs S.
Kinney, Mrs. M. Fltzstmnious, I. Tone,
San, C Tcrobaba, Jng. Ilcnln, II. Kll
llnRcr, Jno. Wclmr, II. M, Lcomrd
Clias. I.ycurRiis, R. Reldford, Mis. S.
Jolinson and' sonA Mrs. den. Mi.itlii
and two daughters, Mrs. J. It. Wilson
Mrs. McOreBor, I.. A. Thurston. Mas
ter 1. Thurston, Miss C. Hopkins, Mis
Becker, Mrs. Kolli, .1, 8. CralK, Mis.
CralB, C. nccker, C. F, Kckardl, Mit.
J. I.. Oaniers and daughter, Mik
Thomns, Master Itelliust, Mlsse.) Sil
va (2), Master toanc. V.. 11. Cant
Misses Sexton, Miss C. Rlckard. Mrr
V. Stmldart and daughter, I. W. Din
ett, II. R. llrynnt, A. Lewis. R. W
Shlnglo. It. RodKc, J. K. Meycra, C.
Croiler, E Criulcr, Mrs. II. C. Austin
R. H. Austin. II. Austin. It. P. Reck
ley, E. D. Raldwln, Y. M. Jaduen, Sam
Parker, Jr.. M.iKokl. F. J. Hare, W
Cockett, Master A. Smith, Mrs. Yoslil
da, Mrs. C. A. MncDounld, .Ins. V
Coke. O. V. Wnldcyer. Mrs. II. Recli
trt. Miss M. Helming. Mrs. W. Hen
nlng nnd 4 children, Miss Mnrln, Mlsr
Powey, Miss Hunting, Prof, Mead. II
Mead, nro. Henry, lira. Francis, Wing
Kill, Chang I-oy.
Jou Mcrvln, well known locally. It
now with tliu Anchor Saloon, assisting
Monty Mongomery in doing tho lion-
Those Arnold Knit Night Drnwcrs
for children nro nbout tho best sleep
ing garment ever made. Sco Killers
Son Ices tomorrow nt tho German
Lutheran chinch will bo as follow c
Sunday bcliool nt 9:45 n. 111. Sermon
by Pnstor Felmy nt 11 a. ni.
Ring up tho Territorial Messenger
Servlco, telephone 3C1 wien you have
parcels and packnges for delivery. Wo
guarantco promptness und good ser
vice. Union Electric Co., Ilerctanlii street
near Fort, does all kinds of electric
wiring, Install private! telephones, sells
electric funs, etc. Prlcos tho lowest
In tho city.
For the man who has a slender foot
our "Ionic" last has no comparlcon.
Soft Wng kid leather, low heel, slender
straight last, Goodyear welt sole. Regal
Tho Consolidated Soda Water Woiks
Company, tolcpliouu 71, will dullvei
their product to any part of tho city
on short notice. Try 11 ciiso of their
celebrated root beor.
During this warm weather thero Ix
nothing so refreshing us a cold gbii.
of Ralulcr beer. It kcops 0110 In thu
best of condition nt all times. I'-jr
bale ut all wholesalers.
If )(u want your feet to bo com
fortable, cool and easy, dress them lu
a pair of whlto cnnvnss oxfords such ns
nro sold by Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Cnll at tho storo and sco tho now line,
Want a desk? linckfcld & Co. havo
11 completo ussortnicnt, from plain
roll-top and flat-top desks for 20 to
very elegant expensive desks. Calljit
Hardware Department, and look them
When you want your automobile- re
paired In proper shapo, repainted or
re-uphostered, (nko It to W.
Wright Co., King street near South.
All work guarantee, I and pi Ices rea
bonahlo. Men who nro looking for pomothlng
btyllsh and, nt tho sanui time, com
fortublo lu footwoar aro recommended
In Mclnorny's Shoo Stoio this wook to
eco tho now 5 Bhoo that's Bhapod (Ike
Honolulu Construction & Draylng
Co. has a very superior grado of coal
for household use. This Is promptly
delivered nnd tho price Is tho ery
l A. M.'
i 11 11 in
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1. M. n. i I, M,
10 1 1 .1 IN II ,'i'J
0 m n :ra
1 it' 6
2 ic ; tit
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3 m s m
New moon Aug. IS, nt 1:23 p. m.
Hawaiian lonuard time u lu tout
iO minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrces 30 minutes Tl o time whlstla
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho sams
as Greenwich, U hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local time for'tht
Saturday, August 14,
A.-II. 8. 8. Virginian, from San Frun
Cisco, C:S0 n. 111.
Stmr., Mauna Kea, Freeman, from
llllo and way purls, 7:10 u. 111.
U. 8. S. lluffalo, Drown, from Ma
nila, 10:15 u. in.
Stmr. Iwalnnl, Pcdcrsun, from Ha
waii, 8:30 11. in.
Friday, Aummt 13.
Stmr. Clniidlne, Dennett, for .Maul
and Hawaii ports, G p. 111.
1 SAILING TODAY
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, fur Manila, 1
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from Kauai
ports, n. m.
Stmr. Mtknhala, from Moloknl nnd
Maul ports, n. 111.
Stmr. I.lkcllkc, N'nnpala, from Ha
waii, a. in.
' U. 8. S. St. Louis, Glcavcs, for llllo,
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, for
Maul and llllo. 5 p. m. Aug. 12. Ijiw
renco Judd, J. Wntcrhousc. W. O.
gmlth. Miss (1. Hycroft. L. M. Vetth
wti nnd 2 children. Miss G. Lowts,
Miss T. 11. Unas. 11. S. Polllster, It.
O. Dalley, K. Roendahl and wife, W.
V. Westcoatt and wife, D. Conway,
II. M. Glttel, M. O. Anjo, A. M. Drown,
.vlfo nnd child; Mrs. Atkinson, Mas
ter Walker, Miss Ruth Anna, J. II.
McKcnzle, Mrs. W. O. Anderson,
child nnd servant.
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho .Mauna
Kca, reports the fallowing sugar on
Hawaii, ready for shipment: Olnu,
15,129; Wnlnkeo, 29.000,- Hawaii Mill,
r,ono; Walnaku, S000; Onomca, 22,000;
Honomti, 7000; llakalau, none; l.aup.i
hnchoo, 23 000; Ookaln, 1000; Kukalau
D. 2391; Kiikalnun II, 43S; Hamnkui.
21.500; Paauhnu, 13,500; Houokan, 10,
330; Kukulhaclo. 3070; Puiialiiu, 10,
813; Honunpo, 5195.
THE MAUNA KEA of tho Inter Is
land fleet, which arrived this morning
from llllo and way ports, was sent
over to tho murine railway for gen
eral repairs. Sho will bo ready to pall
on her regular time next Tuesday ut
THE STEAMER Maunn Keu arrived
this morning fiom llllo nnd way WtH,
bringing n good list of passcngcis mid
lowest in tho innrkut. Sold by tho
sack on ton. Phono 281,
Tho (list shipment of goods selected
personally in Now York by Mr. S.ii-Ih
Of Iho N. 8. 8ac!is Dry Goods Co. huo
como to hand and opened ready for
onr Inspection. Call nt tho ShcIil'
storo anil seo tho wealth of new giods.
Somo exquisite specimens of man
rmrln coats short ami long doublo
and slnglo breasted. Hawaii & South
Seas Cuilo Co., Young building, under
electric sign Ulshop street next
cnblo omco. 200 subjects In Souvenir
Alfred Denjamln "Correct Clothes
for Men" lead all others In stylo, ma
toilals nnd workmanship, Como In
and seo our now summer nnd Fall
styles und you will sco that this Is no
Idlo stutement. Tho Kash Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Hotel streets.
When you want mechanical ilrnwlnir
Instruments, blue print nnd tracing pa.
per, waterproof inks, etc., go to A, II.
Arlclgli & Co., who nro agents for
Fiedcrlck Post & Co.. of New Vr,rk
Chicago nnd San Francisco. Arlelgh
carries 11 full lino.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AMU MAUHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St.
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