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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reni'lsr.
Honolulu Commandcry Crder
of tho Temple.
Hawaiian Lod'je Social Set
All visiting members o! the
urder an, cordlully Invited to
4titL0 Welliigs uf locul lodgea
HAJLJfcONY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets 011T) Monday evening at
10 in I. O. O. 1' Hull, Kort Street.
K. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
T. D. WICKE, S. O.
All visiting brother! very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of. P.
1 Meeta every .Qrat and third Frl
, (ay evening at 7:30 la K. ot P. Hall,
nrner Fort end Rerataula. Ylsltlug
' irtithnrp cordially Invited to atteuil.
J F. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
It. QOSLING. K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodrc No. C1C, II. I. O.
Bll, uieets In their hall, on King
Street, neai Fott, every Tilda oven
Ioe. Vloltln DiutliLia aro cordially
Invited to uttuiid.
i:. A. DOUTIIITT, 1:. R.
II. C. EASlON, Scc'y.
Wm U'KINLEY LODGE No 8, K.oIP.
Meets every nd nnd 4th Saturday
tuning at 7:20 o'tloclc In K. ot V.
Hall, lor Kort and lieiit.tula. VIhIi
tog brcil horn cordially InWtcd to at
tnil r. at. Mc.cmi:v, c. c.
E. A. JACOUSKN, IC. R. 8.
1 HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WRD
CIE5DAY cveiilngM of euch month at
7t30 o'clock Id K. of I'. Hull, cornet
Rtretnnla and Port utreeta.
Visiting Eaglta are invited to t
KBd. W. M. McCOY, , l'rest.
II. T. MOOIIU. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
7 , JIcol8 every fln.1 ninl third Thura-
, ' tdriyo of nub liuinili tit Knli, Ih of
j Pjthius Hull. MkIIIiik biolheis ror
' dlally luvlied in iittimi.
I. A. l'i:UUY, BiLlicm.
') IJ. '. 'I ODD, C. of It.
We nrc in line with the
best Assortment of
In the market. All makes.
e Perfumed and Tlnln.
Just ask for the kind you
Lchuhnrdl's Candies always
Kinjr and Tort Sts.
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Tho Imlu.tilal Edltio,
h E veiling Bulletin, wrappe
?' cready for mailing, 50 cents at B ul
u 1 e x 1 n ouice,
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 is for
Djspepsia, Indigestion, Bloat
ing, Biliousness, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia. Nervousness, and
Miliaria, Fever and Ague.
I'or sato by Denton, Smith & Co.,
Mil, Holllstor Drug Co, Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo D'-ur
Co , nnd ut ull Wholesale Llq'ior
ARMY AND NAVY
Hefoirlng In tho clrcumntances
hiiriomiillng the Constabulary mut
Iti) tho Calilo-Kcws Amcrlun of Ma
nila fiiij k:
' It Ii.ih been learned that tho
military authorities nt Division
llr.iiliiunrlciH luivc received all tho
Information rcgurdlng the actions of
Captain Allen Walker,. Philippine
KtoiitH, Civil (lovcrnor of D.ivao, dur-
I lug tho late mutiny of n part of tho
I'hlllpplno CmiHtabulai y ut that plnco
nnd It le considered that, from
n military point of view, Governor
Walker dlspl.ieil good Judgment;
Unit his action In nmicmhllng tho
plantcts nnd returning to Davao on
tho 7th of Juno cnaulod tho bo
hligid vthlteH to KiiKtaln thcmiielves
on tho Stli, nnd that tho aid ihus
In ought thtm wax thu deciding fac
tor that lesulted in the rcpulso of
the Constabulary mutineers. '
In HiIh connection, It must bo ro
niembeied thnt Captnln Walker was
performing nbtnlutoly no military
ilut) while acting un Civil Governor
of Davao. Captain Walkor In tin old
toMlcr with n long nnd excellent
muni, nnd tho fact thnt ho com
ported lilnifcelf during this trying
period In nn ndmtrablo manner and
did (he right thing nt tho right time,
is but what hla many friends in and
out of tho tcrvlto expected of him."
Information from Washington an
nounces lh.it the School of Musketry
nt Muntcre) Calif ornln, has recom
mended to tho War Department that
hlepi bo taken for tho Introduction
of the adjustable features ot tho
Itoscoo sight to tho servlco rlllo, Tho
sight Is the Invention ot Lieutenant
David L. Rosioe, 1st Cavulry, who
is now In Manila on duty with tho
Lieutenant Rostoo Is one of tho
mint efllclent Junior officers now
serving In this division. Ho com
menced his military career by en
listing In Troop C, 4th Cavnlry, In
prll, 1SD9, and participated with
that famous leglmcnt In many of Its
hard llghtB nnd hikes durlug tho
Philippine Insuricctlon, Ho vvus
sent to tho I'nlted States suffering
with (l)Bontciy and fevor as a result
of haiilshlps endured In that cam
paign and nntrowly escaped with his
life, Ilo was (ommlsslnncd a 2nd
Lieutenant In tho regular servlco In
February, 1001, nnd assigned to tho
Ut Oavulry, with which organiza
tion lie has sui veil' Over since.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
lulletin Krlilnr'al Vnnm Phone 18
New Goods for
W. W. AHANA CO.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pad for eale
at the Bulletin office for five cent!,'
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. 8lx for a
Oct jour hat cleaned at tho Leading
Hat Clearer, 1164 Fort Btrect.
II P. llildnln Ik In town. Ho nlll
le.ivo early in tho vteck for Maknwcll.
Mr. and Mr. I). (lrlKgH Holt leavo
tomorrow on the Manchuria. They
will go through to New York City.
Anchor Saloon, King and Nuuanii
Btrcots, Is headquarters for Jack
ntliorc theeo days. Monty Montgom
Sound the Island trips with a
Studebaker or Locomobile are safe
and enjoyable. Phone 191. Royal
Manuel Jesus was arrested this af
ternoon far using profane language.
He will have to apicar In court on
Monday morning nnd answer to tho
Attorney W. A. Rawlins this
morning succeeded in securing tho
dismissal of tho divorce brought by
Mrs. Takano on a charge of cruelty.
Clem Qulnn wns tho attorney for thp
V. H. Kclley of tho St. Johns N. IV
j Telegraph Is In town visiting Mr. Tf
I Lucas. Mr. Kclley has made the trans
continental tour an I flu Is this such a
pleasant stopping plico that ho will
remain In tho JnlnnUs a month, taking
In tho Volcano.
B. J. I-ord, who returned on tho Ma
rama yesterday after an oxtended trip
on tho mainland, stntcs that there Is
an Increasing demand for Hawaiian
pineapples. Ho also states that tho
Hawaiian building at tho Alaska-Yukon
exposition Is one of tho attractions
of tho fall.
Ocorgo Holt of tho Hack mspcctor'a
Durcau has tho distinction of being tho
only man In Honolulu who states that
ho has never ridden on a street car.
Holt was opposed to tho Idea of street,
cars and his prejudice has apparently?
abided with him despite tho passing"
of tho jearu.
Frederick Now ell, director of the
Reclamation Hurcau. has a warm
friend in Hawaii, nnd the Seattle dele
gation aro exerting every Intlucnco to
bring out peaceful relations between
him nnd tho strenuous Secretary of tho
Interior Richard Ballingcr who re
cently arrived thoro.
Plumbing Inspector Mlehlstoln now
has but twenty-four plumbers reg
littered with him, who aro prepared to
cairy out tho requirements of tho now
ordinance recently paBsod. Tho In
fcpector Is dubious over tho small num
ber registered, and wondors whether
he opened his big book in vain. Ho
Is hoping to hear from tho rest soon
Tho best soap for homo laundry iibo
is Costal Whlto laundry soap. Ask
your grocer for It. 11. Hackfcld & Co.,
Tho best hat for $3 50 Is "Tho Bea
con," niiulo by tho Knox Co. and sold
bj Sllva's Toggory. Tho best 15 hat Is
tho "Knox." Now styles Just In.
If ou want your automobllo nicely
painted and renovated tako It to W.
W. Wright Co., King utrcot nenr
South. Also, all kinds of automobile
Tho wlfo buyer selects Regal shoes
hecauso thoy nro 'tho best values of
Icrrcd In tho world Ih shoes. Oo to
tho Regnl store and see tho great va
riety of now styles,
Sachs Dry Goods Co. will hold n
big reduction salo at trimmed hats
beginning Monday morning, August
23. Swooping reductions will bo mado
on all trimmed lints nono roBcrvod.
Call early Monday.
Mon nro Invited to try on n pair of
Packard shoes at Mclnornj's Shoo
Store Thcso shoes como In so great
n variety of stjles that you will Imvo
po difficulty In finding a Bhapo nnd
blzo in (It your foot porfoctly.
A beautiful new "stock just arrived
in the Alameda. All patterns now
being worn in New York and East
ern fashion centers,
1 Gentlemen's Tailon.
'63 S, King St. ..jjl Phone 581.
Jas. H. Love
REVOLT IN MEXICO
CITY OF MDXICO, Aug. 20. General Rejcs, the opposition candidate
for tho Presidency of Mexico, is surrounded In the mountains by govern
Tho government Is moving Mildlco swiftly Into northern Mexico In an
ticipation of further' trouble. Tho authorities nio apprchcnslvu of serious
BEAUMONT, Texas. Aug. 2ft. Agents of Ocnornl Rejcs, who seeks to
doposo President Dlas and nssumo tho reins of Kntcrnmcnt, aro reported to
bo seeking recruits hero to assist In tho overthrow of thu aged Prlsldcnt of
MONTdOMRIlY, Ala., Aug. 20. The prohibition bill has passed thu Leg.
Islaturc. This law la very sweeping in lis provisions, and prohibits tho cir
culation In tho Statu of tiewspapets and magazines publishing liquor advertisements.
6jRKtfi- . -
Drayine and Expressing ' ' CWTACTIG
Wood and Coal , Phone 588,.
G. W. McDougall, Prop. Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream.
Combines quick and hard
drying properties without
sacrificing: elasticity or dura
bility and protects the wood
under severest wear and
washing. Does not mar,
scratch white or spot. Works
easily; dries dust free in four
One of the Standard Varnishes
Theo. H. Bavies & Co.,
The Wise Buyer
One of the first requisites to success is to learn to
economize. The wise man buys Regal shoes because they
arc the best value offered in the world for the price.
Our new Regal Boston Russia Calf Blucher is only
one of our many strong sellers. It is a perfect fitter- of
genteel shape and en extremely fine wearer. The price is
Regal Shoe Store's repairing is the best and quickest.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. King and Bethel.
SEE WHAT 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 of all kinds und to
BAILEY'S CELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MAT
TRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Excavating and Filling;.
to six houti, hardens over
night and can be rubbed. On
painted 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 Alakea.
r ; '
T IN FOREIGN PORTS I i ARRIVED j
Saturday, August 21.
OAVIOT A Arrived Aug. 21:
Bp. Falls of Clile, henco July 31.
GRAY'S HARBOR Ssllcd Aug. 21:
Schr. Ilclene, for Honolulu.
IHLO Arrived, Aug. 18:
Bk. Annlo Johnson, from Snn Fran
cisco, WIRELESS S. S. Nippon Mnru will
arrive from Snu Francisco Monday,
9 n. ut.
Friday, Auguct 28.
MANILA Sailed Aug. 10:
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, for Honul.'.lii.
EUREKA-Sallod Aug. 19:
Tho P. M. S. S. Manchuria. Dixon,
nrrlved this afternoon with 111 Fili
pinos for I law all's plantations.
On board arc uli cibln, 41 second
class nnd 48S stieragc passengers, ot
which C cabin, 2 second class nnd 15U
steerage uru for Honolulu Of tho 130
steerage passengers for Honolulu 111
Tho cargo consists of C070 tons, of
which 1215 tons nro fur Honolulu, nnd
compilse; 1 enso grass cloth, C338
packages merchandise, 549 b igs beans,
G cases silk goods, 138 lolls uniting,
103 chests ten 1370 casks mlso, 572
casks sake, 108 Cnsea curios, 2000
bags potash, 445 tubs shuvu, 10 cases
oil anil 7215 bags rlco.
Among tho passengers nrc:
Miss K. M. Arnotl, daughter of Sir
John Aruutt of Dublin, who Is ncrom
panic I b) Miss Wecdon Cooke of I.on
dun. Dr. W. R. Duo Rose, U. S. N., med
ical Inspector, Is nccompnnlcd !, his
wlfo und two daughters.
Dr. Joseph l'ottjjolni returns homo
after long servlco In tho Philippines,
being In charge there of tho U. S. P.
II. and M. 11. S. Ho Is accompanied
by his wife. ,
T. O. Whlto of tho American Con.
sulur Court of Shanghai.
Mrs. II. W. Grcagh, wife of onu ot
Manila's most pioinlucnt business
Messrs. L, Snlllngcr, E. B. Fosnorht.
M. I-awscm, T. Nosblt, and N. Ssllln
ger, competitors for nround tho world
Record of Week Ending Friday,
Aug. IB A.-H. 8. S. Hyodcs.
Aug. 17 P. M. S. S. Chlnu. Frlelo,
for San Francisco. C.-P. 8. 8. Mukura,
Olbb, for Vnncouvor.
Aug. 18 O. 8. S. Alameda, Dow dell,
for San Francisco.
Aug. 19 Schooner II. C. Wright.
Nleleon, for Funning Island. A.-H. 8.
8. Virginian, for Elcelo.
Aug. 17 P. M. 8. 8. China, Frlele,
from Orient. C.-P. 8. 8. Mnkurn, Olbb,
from thu Colonics.
Aug. 20 U. S, 8. Ship Supply, Bes
set, fmm llromciton. C.-i 8. S. Mn-
ruma, Morisby, from Vancouver.
On ug. 17 tho Nlihau wns reported
sunk but canto surely Into Ihu harbor
that evening, examination on tho
Mnilno Railway fulled to show serious
8HIP8 ENROUTE TO HONOLULU.
(Excluslvu of Schcdulo Boats.)
From Gavlotn, Sp, Marian Chllcott,
sailed Aug. 14.
From Bnllaid, Ilktnc. W. H. Smith,
sailed Aug. 18.
From amy's Harbor, Ilktno. Bono
cla, sailed Aug. 15,
From tho Sound, Schr, Alobn, sailed
fiom Tucnma, Aug. 14, A -II, S, 8.
Mexican, sailed from Seattle, Aug. 19,
Fr. Sp, Montcalm, sailed Aug. 19.
From Snn Francisco, M. 8. 8. I.ui
line, palled Aug. 19,
From NowcaBtlo, S. S. Scottish Mon
arch, sailed Aug 11. 8. S Zambesi,
sailed Aug 14,
From Manila, U. S, A. T. Thomas,
sailed Aug, 19,
From Gavlota, Bk. S. 0. 'Allen, Balled
Saturday, August 21.
Slmr. Manna Kim, Freeman, from
Hllo and way ports, 7 it. in.
Friday, August 20.
C.-A. S. S. Maramn, from Victoria
and Vancouver, 4:40 p. in.
Friday, August 20.
Stmr. Claudlnc, for Muul ports, 5
O-A. 8. 3. Maramn, for Colonies, I
P. M. 8. 8. Manchuria, for San Fran
cltco, 5 p. in, (posslbl)).
" PA88EN3ER8 ARRIVED 1
Per stmr. Manna Kea, Freeman,
fiom Hllo nnd way ports, Aug. 21.
Miss L. P. Iloas, Mrs. A. M. Crosby.
Mrs. M. A. del Rio, J. W. Anderson.
Mrs. Anderson W. F. McFle, Mrs. Mc
Fie, Miss Dclficld, Mrs Delncld, A. M.
Belflcld, T. I). Bcldeld. II. Bcrnlstcln,
C. II. Albucker, P. Brown, J. Gobcl, E.
C. Ilrndley, Mrs. Bradley, A. T. Train
or. Miss M, Donovan, Miss Lofqultt.
W. C. Randall. Mrs. Randall, It. V.
Bailey. W. Baxter, F. B. Stone, Mm.
Stone, W. Calfee, K. Kthlngton, II.
Wltbeis, Mrs. Withers, Miss M. Taylor,
Mr.) Victor and two children. Miss 8.
Victor, A. Victor, C. II, Richardson,
Jnu. A. Scott, Masters Campbell (2),
Mrs. W. II. C. Cnmpboll, Mrs. Rycroft.
Miss 1. Desha, Mde.- F. Spluola, Father
Alo) slits. Father Otto, Father Canslus,
dipt. J. E. Eldarts, J, C. Scrrao, Misses
Cabrluta (2), L. Mnlteno, Oco. Wllfoug,
C. N. Nngusa, Rev, Y. Suainura, A.
Irwin, C. R. Dement, C. McClcnnn, Mrs.
McClcmin, Miss M. McClcnnn, W. Lid
gate, A. Homer, T. Kelscy. Miss M.
Austin, Mrs. R. Hind, Miss M. Hall,
Miss M. Jensen, Miss D. Taylor, Father
Patrick, Master E. Akana, .Mrs W.
Ilookanul, Father Paul, Mrs. A. Rich
ie), Miss I. II. Woods, II. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. J, D. McVeigh, .Misses McVeigh
(2). II. Tniscott, II. M. Coke, Geo. 1).
Kldd, Miss F. Carter, Mrs. M. Tuvlor.
Mrs. Mann, Mrs. C. Akau, Misses Shel
don (2), Dr. Corey, Master Sam Tong,
C Ah Nee, II. Iscnbcrg, A. J. Spltzcr,
T. K. Norton.
Per R. M. S. 8. Maramn, from Van
couver, Aug. 20. Mcsdames J. W. Far
jel, Carter von Hasslockcr, Scott, Tail
ncr, Whitney, I.ord und family; Misses
Tanner, Mead. Williamson, l.lod, Jor
dan, Worthlnglon (2); Messrs. J. W.
Farrcll, E. C. Perry, O. It. Kelscy, E.
Ireland, W. (1. Scott, W. II. Hclley, E.
J. U)rd, Mlddledltch, Dr. Whitney.
PAS8ENGER8 DEPARTED I
Per Btmr. Clnudlno. for Maul ixirtB
end Hllo, Aug. 20. Lothian Williams,
J. N. 8. Williams, Joshua D. Pratt, It.
8. PnlllBtcr, Miss Fleming, Miss Kit
llno J. K, Knleo, Munuel K. Richards,
Jennlo Knllno. Mrs. It. W. Atkinson.
MIjs J. Lindsay, J. F. Penn. II. I'
Helstslnnd, Mrs. Lenng Kill nnd child.
J. H, Mackenzie, Miss Brown, Knkiehi
Klbo and wlfo, Jas. C. Knmnknlwl.
' PURSER PHILLIPS of Iho Mauni
Ken, which nirlted this morning from
Hllo nnd way ports, reports tho follow
ing sugar on Hawaii lo.uly for ship
input: Olaa. 3129: Walakca, 22,000;
Wnliiuku, 12 300; Gunmen, 20,000; Pa
panloa, 1C,100; Ook.ila, 4000; Kuknliiu
D, 2391; Kuknliiu II. 438: Puaulmu.
1 10,001; llamakui, 21,000; Ilonokni,
9000; Kukiilhaele, 5600; Punaluu, CSDO;
ACCORDING In n wlieless received
from (ho Alaniedn last night, sho was
821 miles nut nnd reports tho Nippon
Maru 942 miles out. This will bilng
tho Nippon In Monday morning on her
way to tho Orient. Tho AlameiU ro
ports flno weather so far.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St.
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