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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1009
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Ltahl Chapter No, 2 Regular.
Honolulu Comniandory Order
cf the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodae Social Ses
All vlsltttis members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
mend meetings of local lodges
HAitaiUJIi LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. I.
Metis overj Monday evening t
1:30 In I O O F llnll, Tort Street.
K. It. HENDflY, Secretary.
F. D. WIOKE, N. U.
All vleltliiK brothers Very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
Meets otry flrtt and third Fit-
' i& eTnln at 7.30 In K. ot P. Hull,
rurut-r Fort and UerotanlB. Vlsltlac
oiutaera cordially Invited to nttnort.
F I.. NUHENT, O. C.
H. UOSL1NU. K. R. S.
HONOLULU L0DQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
llooolulu Lodge No. GIG, D. P. O.
Elk, meets lu their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, ovory Frlduy oven
Ins. Visiting brothers nro cordially
.Invited to utteud.
E A DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP.
Meets every -ud and 4tb Saturday
eTonlng at 7. Ut o clock In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. Fort uud Deretanla, Vialt
tng brnthere cordially invited to at
tend. F. M. McOItEW. C. O.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, L 0, L
Mecln on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in i. of P. llnll, cornw
Seretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting EaKl are Invited to at
tend. W. M. JlcCOY, W., Prest.
H. T MOOHE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meats every first and third Thura
0ys of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lelinlmrdt's Candies always
Kintr and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All Watchdealcrs.
Arent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and "JO Sto.. Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY"
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildinjr, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
ARMY AND NAVY
Major Cree In Command.
While the IiIr tuortnr battery at Dia
mond lli'iid has not been formally
turned over by Major Wlnslow to
Major Croo, the officer who will havo
command of thu' fortifications there,
the latter Is now practically 111 charge,
ot tlio big battery. -Major Wlnslow re
cently tinned out the electilc light
plant, anil I1I3 engineers nro rapidly
flnlflilng their wlirk, nnd will soon con
centrate nil their forces on tlio survey
ninl construction work ot the shore
batlct lea at WalkUI. The filling of
the duck ponds will begin early next
Tim IntMoil In the new method
of Inoculation or Vaccination against
tphnld fever Increases, with moat
gratifying evidences of practical sup
port In every direction. Reports
have not been received from nil the
poMa where It has been put In prac
tice, hut audi ns have come Indi
cate that the Idea has come to stay,
and Instead of superstitious preju
dice against It, there Is to be a hear
ty, Lcnslble acceptance of tho prin
ciple. At the Presidio of San Fran
(Isco 98 per cent of the Hospital
Corps company stationed there vol
untarily nil.cil to be vaccinated. At
Fort Wayne the entire Hospital
Corps detnehment did thu same. At
the Army and Navy General Hospi
tal nt Hot Springs, Art:., similar
(onlldence In the plan was shown.
At a considerable number of posts
commanding officers havo announc
ed their full belief In the Idea and
their determination to urge the com
mands to submit to the application
of It. The report by Major F. F.
Russcl, Med. Corps, V. S. A who
was detailed to visit European ar
mies and foreign countries to ascer
tain the progress made In various re
gions in this system of safeguarding
troops ngnlust fever, Is being asked
for very generally throughout the
Army, nnd there Is manifestly such
Intetcst In It that It will not bo long
before vaccination against typhoid
will bo a matter ot routine. Instead
of n novelty somewhat to be dreaded
and not entirely ucceptcd as safe and
Judge Chatfleld, of tho U. S. Cir
cuit Court In Urooklyn, N. Y re
fused on July 11 to grant naturali
zation papers to William Knight, a
gunner's mate on the U. S. S. Con
necticut, because his mother, whom
his father, an Englishman, married
forty-two years ago In Chcfoo, Chi
na, was half Japanese and half Chi
nese. In his decision Judgo Chat
fleld says that Congress lias declar
ed that only white persons or ne
groes ot African descent are entitled
10 citizenship. Experts of the nat
uralization bureau in Urooklyn de
clined to Issue first papers to Knight,
who thereupon appealed to the Cir
cuit Court. Knight was born on a
vessel flying the Ilrltlsh flag in the
Yellow Sen. In IS82 he enlisted in
the V. S. Nnvy and Joined the Mono1
ency off the coast of China. lie was
011 tlio Coniicctlcult during the trip
around tho world. Knight's skin Is
whllo and his features are as regular
ns those of tho average American.
Captain James C. Ollmore, now
commanding tho battleship Illinois,
Is '-o be transferred to command the
nnnoret! cruiser Maryland of the Pa
cific fleet, vice Commodore Moses L.
Wood, who was retired June 30 at
his own request. Captain Gllmoro
was formerly In command of tho re
ceiving station at New York, and is
famous for his experience In 1899,
Mien he was captured by Filipinos
vvhl!i on n scouting expedition In
northern Luzon, Ho was held a
prisoner foi' several months and was
forced to murrU hundreds of miles
(u captivity, l(i -was finally res
cued by n detachment ?f troops In
command of Capt. R. L. Hd"wze of
the Gth Cavalry.
EASY TO ANSWER.
"Say," queried the city chap, "can
Jon tell me how to make a slow
"Sure I kin," replied the old
furmor. "Don't feed him."
And It was nearly six hours later
licfuro tho Innocent c. c. saw tho
1 B. R. House and lot, Alewa.S 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley ', , . 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc,, etc.
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapalama 12
P. E. iR. Strauch
Vaity Bldu. 74 S. King St.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
5 . .
The dig NlcVtl Scratch Pad for tale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
la one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Oct your hat cleaned at Ihe leading
lint Cleaner, 1151 Fort street.
Anchor Saloon, King and Nuuanii
streets, is headquarters for Jack
asli'oro these day's. Monty Montgom
Ernest Kaat writes to John Sopor
that he Is meeting with good tfuccess
at tlio Seattle Fair. He and tho boys
nro very well and working hard, but
find time fur a llttlo amusement be
A scven-Bented, high powered tour
ing car nnd a forty horse power run
about, both in gtod condition and of
standard make, are offered for sale
nt attractive prices at the Koyul Ha
waiian Oarage. See For Sale col
A meeting of the Sanitary Commit
tec consisting of Supervisors Ajlctt,
Ahla nnd Logan Is scheduled for to
morrow evening, at which will bo pres
ent trustees of the Maternity Home, In
cluding Mrs. J. M. Dowsett. I'rlncu
Kuhlo intended to bo present hut has
asked for n postponement of tho meet
ing until later because of another en
gagement ho cannot put off. Tlio gen
eral affairs of the Home will be taken
tip wllh Iho Committee with n view of
better arrangements for tho future.
Ring up lievy's Tor groceries If you
want the best the markets afford at
lowest prices. Phono 70.
Note the extraordinary values of.
fered at Sachs for next Saturday morn
ing. Thcso are Itemized In Sachs ad
vertisement In this Issue,
I love my wife and her home cook
ing but. Oh, you Manhattan Cafo,
where R. Will, Warham presides at
Fort street near Hotel street
Did you over try Qrape-NutsT Order
a package today when yen order groc
eries. You will find Grnpe-NutB the
greatest food )ou cnu rat. Phono 22.
Keep your teeth white by tho use of
cultablo toilet preparations and good
brushes. These nro to bo had of Ren
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort and
Thu Eureka Perfection Roof Pnlnt
Is not a shelf-worn, ready-mixed paint
with all thu life Bono out of 11. Eureka
Perfection Hoof Paint Is good goods,
always fresh and Is guaranteed. Try
Intending passengers In tho Man
churia Saturday can have their bag
gage placed in a scaled baggago com
partment on the steamer and save the
owner from annoying customs Inspect-
tlon ut San Francisco it they engage
tho Union Pacific Transfer Co. Phone
(Continned from. Pace 1)
top of tho Young Hotel with a view
of connecting with the Coast.
Great difficulties face this new
proposition, however, because the
Mutual Telephone Company, now
controlling tho Wireless Company
here, holds all of the stateglc "points
on Oahu and tho other Islands.
Years of expcrlenco nnd the over
coming of many obstacles havo giv
en them practical control of every
vantage point from which messages
can be sent to ships, at sea and to
points on the' mainland. With the
abandonment of Harbor's Point tho
new station at Kahuku Is one of the
most powerful In operation. Com
munication has been had with tho
mainland, nnd even with far-away
The Mutual Telephone Company
are In a receptive mood to consider
a deal whereby the United and other
Wireless companies might consoli
date their Interests on the coast and
establish a big station at a point
where they could communicate with
the Islands and ships at sea In con
nection with the Wireless Company's
Kahuku 'station on Oahu. In this
way efflc'ien't servlco could bo had,
and the useless expenso of a neu
company coming In to experiment In
establishing stations where they
would prove a failure
"Wo are willing that any wireless
company should come In hero If they
coud give offlclont servlco, but they
cannot, as tho Wireless Company Jin's
control of all tho strategic points," s.itd
George R. Carter this morning, when
Interviewed, "that Is why tho Mutual
has paid 100,000 shares of their stock
for tho Wireless. It Is the expcrlonco
wo are buying, if some good doul
was suggested so that tho wireless
companies on tho Coast could consul
Idato and bulki 'a big- station at soma
point o attune with 'tho vessels sail
ing between heYo, and tho mainland,
nnd establish communication with thu
Islands so that a man could dliccl (he
operation of his business by .irolcsi,
cur company would consider Its share
of expenso on such a proposition,
Jas. H. Love
CITY OF MEXICO, Aug. 19. There Is much unrest In tcvcral
States of tho Republic. Tlio Government orgftn warns the people that
revolution In Mrxlro Is Impossible, nnd says that the troop nnd their
rapid-fire guns would quickly reHtore order.
POWERS WARN TURKEY.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. 19 Tlio Turkish deal hns concentrated
nenr Crete. , lu conscqiienco the Powers have sent nn emphatic warn
ing to the Porte to go sluw. At Canen the Inhabitants linve ruholstcd
the Greek Hag.
NEW YORK, Aug. 19 Tlio Wrights will sue the Aeronautical So
tlcty for Infringement of the Curtlss aeroplane. The siill-li Inipoitant
In Its bearing on the development of nerlnl tmlgatlon.
' mm ,
TALKING OF MANCHURIAN PROBLEM.
PEKING, Aug, 19. llaron IJuin, the Japanese Minister, nnd
Llnng Tun Yen, piesldent of the Hoard or Foreign Affairs, havo lenumed
their confereniu on the Manchuria n qucstloiiF.
TAFT DISMISSES CADETS.
WEST POINT. Auir. 111. 1'rc
., ,,. ... . -,...,,,,, uiv nun ifiiiritii tin1 ti iniu inini I
of tho seven c'ndftB convicted of hazing young Sulluu. whose brother
was shot at Annapolis.
Drayint; and Expressing
Dravinsr and Exnrcssinc
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. McDougall, Prop.
Combines quick and hard
drying; properties without
sacrificing- elasticity or dura
bility and protects the wood
under severest wear and
waslting. Does not mar,
scratch white or spot. Works
easily; dries dust free in four
One of the Standard Varnishes
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
n' the Regal Shoe
For the man who has a slender foot. Our "Ionic Last"
has no comoanson. Soft King kid leather, low heal, slen
der straight last, Goodyear welt sob.
We guarantee our shces.
Try our Shoe Repair Shop.
Regal Shoe Store
SEE Mf SPOT CASH WILL DO!
.Call at the Honolulu Wire Bed Co.'s retail store and
see what spot cash will buy. You will have a revelation
in prices. This applies to furniture pf all kinds and to
BAILEY'S PELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MAT
TRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
MPW JTaAAiic ffiP
nvfT uuuuj iui
WW AHAMA f ft
. If. MlftUft LU.
il.l,,l T-,n 1, .....-.!.., .,.1 11... .11
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream.
to six hours, hardens over
nitrht and can be rubbed. On
piinted or old floors, linoleum
or oil cloth, one coat is suffi
cient. Remove all grease
and dirt from floors before
applying. Reduce with tur
pentine when necessary.
King and Bethel Sts.
King and Alakca.
A beautiful new stock just arrived
m the Alameda
All nattcrns na-u
being worn in New York and East
ern fashion centers.
62 s King st phone 621(
u , J.
I IN FOREIGN PORTS I ARRIVED I
Friday, August 2l.
MANILA Sailed Aug. l.
V, U. A. T. TI10111.-U, for llanolitlit,
EUREKA Sailed Am?. 19:
Ilk. S. C. Allen, fur Honolulu.
IIALLARD-Sallcd Aug. 18:
llktiit'. W. II. Smith for Honolulu.
l'ORTLAND-Arrlvcd Aug. 15:
Ilk. MfMilc.ilm, hencd July 2ft.
POUT TOWN8ENI) AnlviM Aug. 20:
Alice Cooke, heneo July 27.
SEATTLE-Snlted Aug. 20:
il, a. Moxlciin, for Honolulu.
1'AN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug 20:
It. P. Itllhet, lionco July 21.
Wednesday, August 18.
Thursday, August 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 18:
S. H. I.urllne. 7 p. m., for Honolulu,
Wades Through Layers
Of Coal Dusl To
There him been comment ulniig the
waleifiunt lately about the maimer In
which the Hie department In winding
Its energy at practice. Severn! time a
week thu ilepaitiui'iil gn-M down to
pump water Into the li.iibor fiom the
loot of Hut si ice t mid elsewhere, and
people are now querying In flint nut
why they don't turn Hie Iioko 011 the
cilrty wharves nnd Hush tlieiu off.
Whru the triinu-P.irlflu tiiulx come
In In the China. Ill.iinp or llncKM.I
whnrW'X, travellers have tit walk
through mi Inch of co.il dust ami dirt
to get to the city ami tli(io who wait
about (ho OockH lo sec friends off xell
orally tiucceed lu mining lliclr clothes.
When tho China e-inio In this week
the whnif wan pattlcularlv dlrly nnd
called forth much comment 011 Iho
part of her pasKcngeis. Tho llnckfeld
wharf Is In thu rame condition nt pre
cut mid the Mauehiirli Is duo from tho
Orient toiiinriow, with many tourlitn
whoHi! Hut Inttodiictliin In the city
will bo over prlnieiil laer. of dirt.
Ileeauie thu wharve.i uro iikeImiu-I In
the Hoard of Publlo Works mid Iho
fire depaitment In the city ought not
Interfere with nn occasional llm,lilug
lu thu esteem of thu waterfront i.olons.
ARE VERY SLIGHT
Examination Of Hull Fails
To Reveal The
Tho "nccldent" that happened to
tho Nllhau wns in tho nature of n
blessing, for It expedited her ad
vent on the marine rallwny, wheio
alio was often to ho put, hut whero
Ihe novci- qulto got. Examination
of her hull yesterday nnd today on
tho railway rovealu no further In
Jury than a part of tho shoo broken
off and dialings on tho bilge.
Her propeller mid sleeve will bo
taken out to uco If tho slcovo hns
unstained any Injury, nnd the steam
plpo which cracked when sho bump
ed on tho reef can bo Ilxed In a few
hours nt the foundry.
Sho will bo nbio to leavo tho rall
wny Insldo of threo days If neces
bary, but whllo on who will recclvo
a new coat of paint. Her mast has
been unstepped nnd sho will ho gen
erally overhauled, leaving 11 better
boat than she was when bIio wont nn.
The United States .station ship S1111
ply tied 1111 nt Iho Naval wiiail 11 ifiiin
befoiu 1 o'clock today aftor a ten-day
trip from Sun I "ranclaco. Sho is en
routu to (limn and will probably le-ivo
Monday, Sho eni 1 led 3.-.0 bags of mall
for thin port,
Thu Supply In commanded bv l.lnn.
tenant-Commander E. L. UNm.i n.i
her other officers nro l.luutenaut'com-
niandor Manlon, Suigeon Odell, Lieu
tenant IllacUnnn, Ensigns Sliuto,
King, Creary, McKluney. Hurucmi Tn.
Ion, PajmitBtor Johnson, Machinist
llallluger, IloalKwalii llresnan, mid
Pay Clerk Nnrinaiin,
Sho carries Iho following p-issen-gors:
Mis. Sliuto nnd child. Mis.
Criileber, Mrs. Curilo, Mrs. Hansen,
Mrs. llresnan nnd child, Miss Dennett,
Dr. Odell, Miss Odoll, Miss Johnson,
Miss Weaer, Miss Illaeklnirn, Mlsa
Johnson ami Mlsa Ualllngvr,
Filday, August 20.
Stmr. Mnunn I.on, fiom Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, n. m.
C.-A. S. S. Marnnin, fiom Vlciiula,
U. 8. 8, Supply, fiom tlremertiiu,
" Stmr. Clatidliie, for Maul ports mid
tllln, T, p. 111.
S, S, Mnriimn, for Sydney, p. in.
V PA8SEN3ER8 ARRIVED
Pct stmr. Manna I.oa, from Komi
and Kail ports, Aug. 20. Father He
liault. Father Herbert, L. Mlzncr, Win.
'1. Irwin, tlnrl Wolter, (I. J. Campbell,
Miss 1). E. Nenl, (loo. Cooke. J. A.
Magoou, Father Guard, F. L. I-cnllo,
Father Charles, Mlns T. Schaefer, Mls.i
!'. Schaercr. V. M. Lewis, A. F. An
derson Ilov. I). Scudder nnd wife, J.
8, Low and wife, Mrs. K. Kokatawl,
K. JmveiLi. L, Andrews. C. DunKIinse.
Mil's M. E. Haskell, It. A. Daly mid
wife, Itev. I). W. K. White nnd l
deck paste tiger:).
j PASSENGERS DEPARTED
' Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, fur Kauai
poits, Ail'-dirt l!i. F. ;t. Angus. J. It.
Mejcrs, F. E. Harvey, Marstun Camp
hell. T. A. H.ikl, W. A. Kinney, Mr.
A.-1I. S. 11. Ploiaden. from San Fran-.
rli.ro, with mall,
P. M. 8. S. Manchuria, from (lie Or
ient. PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per Ktmr. Claiidlne, for Maul ntn
end lllln, Aug. 2" -Lothian Williams.
J. N. H. Williams, .lorlnia I). Pratt, It.
8. Palllster. Mlt.s Fleming, Miss Kn
linn J. K". Knlen, Manuel K. Itlrhnrd.i.
Jennie Knlluo, Mrs. It. W. Atkinson,
.Miss J. I.lndviy, .1. F. Penn". 11, P.
HelytHtaiid. Mrs. Li g Kill nnd child.
J. II. Mackenzie, Miss Crown, Kakiclil
Kibe mid wife, Jas, U. Kamakalwl.
UNDER OWN SAIL8.
Tho II. C. Wright. Oapt-iln Nhlsnn.
left (be linili.ir yesterday iifturnnini
from her berth nt thu Bishop Slip
ruder her own sails. Captain NIcImiu.
had 11 narrow wrape front being
I'.noclii'il overboard by the boom when
M.ullug but barring Iho Tact dial thu
M'hoonor mlru'il the lighthouse by ;i
small margin, no other mishap o-
urred. She Is bound for Fnnnlus mid
WnFhlngtnn Islands nfler cm-m mil
riom tlieiu will go direct to S.in Fran
cisco. When him left she had .1 rum
ptelc doincstle mcnngeilo nn board,
rabbits, geese, ducks, dogs, rats,
calves, chickens anil pigeons.
Tho Century will probably bo I bo
next umicheduled boat to leavo tho
hnilior, expecting to get nway tumor
tow. Tho Andlow Welch, Captain Ke.
ly. will bo Iho next on tho dcpmtlng
lit.!. Sho Is now ut tho Manna Ke.i
wharf and Iho Mauna U111 will tin up
iiiongsldo her this afternoon to unload
biigar Into her hold. Sho will wait for
IN Iwalanl nr-.i get oft ns soon ns tlio
latter can transfer her sugar, which
will probably bo thu 2Jlh. EIKht or
ten passengoi-B will maku thu tilp In
SAILOR STILL FREE.
Captain Johnnncsson of tho Ocean
Queen has not jet found tho sailor
who descited wllh John Andorr.oii.
Anderson was caught ut, Mnllllll (pur
ry, whero ho claimed ho went to escap)
tho brutality of the nfllcers of Ihu Ocean
Queen, who, nrcordlng to his floij.
had beaten htm ami finally knocked
him down. Ho nlso snld that iho food
sorveil to tho fallois was pool- ami
THE SUdAH LIST brought In by
tho Mauna I.01 tlila mnrnlng Is ns fob
lows: llouu'iiiii. MM; i.i-ii him-.,
Hoiiokaii. 8000; Kiiknllnolo, ' Hfifin;
rnaiimiii moai; p;nullo, 2.onn- 1;,,.
THE H. 8. S. SUPPLY , -...
- - - I' I'lMiill
orr Koko (lend nboiit 1 1 o'clock ami ar
vied lu Iho harbor n lit t lo bcroro
Tho Miiramu had nut been sighted up
THE I1AIIK Albfit l r 1 ,...
the Mauna I.oa at Kallua dlschairiur
'."eu hero," raid the inn.. ,..,
tlio Liiainbciniiiiii ".t,,..-,
, " L '"" ever
swiep under the bed?"
I always do." nimwi.i-n 1 n. ..1..1 ...
noeently. "If tl) lrIl ',,. ,,,.,
'islng a dustpan.'-
ESea Wreus, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor. $175, Complete
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St. ;
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