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1 i , I Ktteuil meetings of local lodges
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fe , HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1
Meets v'verjr Monday tvenlng l
ff:30 In X. 0. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, SecreUr
T. D. WICKU, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordtall)
OAHU LODOE. No. 1, S, ot I,
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 la U. ot P. Hall,
senior Fort ami Deivtanla. VUltlnt
Orotbori cordially Invited to attend
V. I.. NUGENT, (J. C.
It. UCWLING. K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Hocululu Lodgo No. 61C, 1). P. 0.
Elk, meets lu tholr ball, on King
Street, near Tort, every l'rldoy even
ing. Visiting Ilrothera are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. II.
H. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.oiP.
Meets every Ind and 4tb Snturda)
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Kort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
'and P. M. McGREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOIJSEN, K. R. S
HONOLULU AETIIE 140, F. 0. K.
Meele on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 o'clock la U. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort ttreett.
Visiting Eagles are lnvltod to al
land W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOOUE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Sleets every first nud third Thurs
days of cnrli month at Knightn of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
h. A. PERIIY, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of R.
We are in line with
best assortment of
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Ekitrical Treatment
B'O 0 K S
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
OULLCTJN AH3 PAY,
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX GQl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CRE.1H OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
Rmumm Tn, rimvlS
IrcrkW, Wntb 1-itchM,
ll-iaW ftnd Mill Pivrt'ff,
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kcts a new
CUHIO CO;, tfOUNQ BUIXDINO
(next Cable Office BIthop St.)
OAT & MOSSMAN
Alexander Tonne Building.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
WAH CH0NG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILOBINOJ
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast. s
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
Vm Big O for ttiMtvnl
IrrluUooi or nictrkdeM
ol nueoM mvmbraboA
le.lalM, ol not iktrla
Cfot or Itonotif. lv
old by DuMlfiil
Circular mb oo) rimrf
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Bcrctania St., Opp. Sachs'.
GEO. A. MARTIN;
Business Suits for $25.
ARLEIGH & CO., AGENTS.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED to
learn the hairdressing trade.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
With the mest delicate materials to
be cleaned and dyed. We guarantee
FRENCH LAUNDRY. Phone 1491.
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
David A; Dowsfett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE7,
203 Judd Building. Fhone'655.-
Hvorylhlng polntB to n most suc
cessful dunco nt tho Myrtle Hoat
Club on Friday, August 27. The
beat of muile will bo on tap, and tho
hosts of the, ovenlng will do their
very best tp entertain their giicutB.
'ric.ke.tH are, on s.ilo now, and all
th,o (dub members havo been iup
;illed with a bundle to soil; tho pro
ceeds will go to n very good object'
vis., to purchase, ney oars for the
cltil;. Tl)oso nro badly needed, nn'd.
It is hoped that sufficient money will
bo' realized from tho danco to pay
for n lot of new oars.
M la I iju V
tnn autumn m
PVTiwta.ii. Puvuin .Am
ltamc cin.o WM
Kk. o-1. . zr
local And general
Th Big Nickel Berateh Pad 'for tale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred 'th'eett of good paper. Six for a
Get your hat'cleanod'at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Kort street.
Inter-lslahd and O. K. 'L. shipping
books fori tslt it the B'ullttln
ifflee. IV aaeb.
A meeting of the Congressional En
tertainment Committee will bo held to
Go to the Walklkl Inn fur n Bwhn;
best1 bathing on tho bench. No coral
and flno raft for bathers.
Mrs. nitenburgh Is prepared to In
struct, a few pupils In pianoforte at
their home. Addrers Royal Hawaiian
An nmdavlt of the publication of n
notlco to creditors ot tho estate ot
turn Yco has been filed In the Circuit
Down nt iJlck'g every Saturday
turkey lunch and other refreshments
at tho Royal Annex nar. All aro In-
, William' T.'.RfcwIlmMlwia. been apJ
Minted bjVJttdge Robinson m the!
guardian of John Knnlnko Alonn," a
minor. .. - r
,' Anchor" 8aloon,1 King! and Nunanti
ttroets.Tilt lieadquartort'v for Jack
tshoretthtse days.- Monty Montgom
irmanager.' ''! t ;
Thbs. F. MdTlgho'ft Co.' have one-of
the1 floes ti.ansortments of. table .wines
and llqiiom In thc.'clty.VCnirup'Phonc
140, and(Kot atrial. order. I-
.Trri somo offJtho 'Vienna. -Daltery's'
Boston' b'rpwnl breart ' and ' nbston'bakod
bean Wlilibo delivered tp residences
uprm'telcphone'onler., Call up'187."
communlcAtldn' wltH.' tlib'othcr;islanIX
andi with IncomlhKr and outgoing
steamors Use wlrclesA'and aawtlme?
Nothltiglke a Victor Talking .Ma
chine' to brlngpcnjoytnent' JntQi.your
homo. Dorgstrom MtlslcCo. sell, the
Victor oil tho Uttlo at a time payment
ThurndoyandjFrday at 'the' Young'
hotel' Mr Msthewa) will locluroi1 on
"How to 'Leftrn' French or German In
FlvejWcoks," nt 10:30 n. m., 4:30 p. m.
and, 8, p.. m;' r ...
' Thcro'wlll be a mr.UiiK,of lho,'Onhu
.Baseball. liogiie tomorrnvriovcntngtat
Charlie Chlllhgw,orth plllcn: Mnt
tersiof Importance" will coino'up for
consideration an,d n'.filll attendance of
membep Is 'requested:' is
William' v. moo; ineoxpen paucrn
rdakci' of tho' Hdholulii' Iron Works.Ma
reported sdflouslyi III'. In the' Queen's
Hospital; j His' usugntcf,i'Mrs,i w: K.
Devorcaux-resldlngitn' Honokaa, Ha
waii, has boeh'wlrelcsscd to como hero
Judge" RoblMKtqi has ordcro-1 that
Henry" Young; Chang pay;-to, hl'i wlfo,
Maggio" Voting; Change $P; per tveck
tomporary, alimony ahd' 135, (c. Attor
ney. Cqm Qulnn fori services rendcro.l
VIIU A WB,Mli.V l
l I? Is ver)' probable' that. the Dlamqnil
Heads .wljljplflyi.lrHvAustrallnn .crick?
etcrs'a igame.iot' baseball, pn .the
Leaguo' Grounds, when tho men from
down under aro passing through Ho
nolulu on their way homo.
Plumbing Inspector Mlehlstcln now
has tho application blanks on hand In
bis ofllco which tho plumbers can so
curo on which to fill out requisition
for bonds roqulrod In connection with
work dono under permit In accordance
with (ho recent ordlnanco passed .
At tho meeting of. tho Merchants'
Association which will bo held tomor
row' afternoon- at' 2:30. the Traveling
SalesmanV License will 'be tho prlnv
clpal subject under discussion, and
tho recent arrest of local salcsmen-'nt
Illlo. It Is tho 'general opinion among
the' business-men here that tho action
taken' was unnecessary.
Judge Parsons' and his clerk started
from Hllo on August'23 for Honoknu.
Hamakua, to hold the August teim of
the Fourth Circuit, which was opened
on August 18 but adjourned for cue
weok. There Is' only, o'no civil cio for
trial, one divorce caso and somo nat
llorkshlro pgs, turkeys and .chick
ens, Just' in ejt" Lurlme. Telephone
llt)9,' Cliit) Stab'lcs. , t
,A' flbo display" of ladles' skirts Is
shown In" L. Ahoy V window, woollen
skirts- and white washable skirts ut
prices from $i.'25.up,to $5j
Get a tce-nall clip' from Benson,
Smith & Co., Ltd., adkecp your nails
as well cut as those on your hands';
You can get all of tho articles for
manicuring at this establishment.
Pcoplo who llko a delicious cup of
suporior Ceylon tea are recommended
to the famous "iVlrvana" brand. Kv
cry;, package is 'packed In lead, which
preserves' Itg (freshness,, flavor and
fragrance. 8old,b'nll grocers.
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185' tdltorUI ro9mtr-250 busi
ness olflct, Th'ttt'ari, th; tilephont
numbtrt of the'Bulletln office.
City Transfer Coi D. nna ,
J jas.H;ioVe Phone 15Z
Ham Arouses Crowd
With Wonderful Flight
HHKIMtf, Aug. 25. The grott flying feat of Paul Hum surpasses
that of the Wrights. During- the Inst twenty minutes of tho
flight there wns n heavy wind blowing and the rnln fell In torrents.
Spcctatois went wild with enthusiasm nt the pcrfoimnncc of the dar
Woe4 Mi .Coal Phone 088
ANEW LIIE of Ladies'
, SKlfef S Woblfen
j akidt W'fiitfe VfastiiaBlb Skirts.
' Pnoer.2t3-apto .db-
; , See display in window.
L. A.iipy,Nuuanii;bplow Hotel
Wll l 111! II
SfE: WHAT SPOT
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 and to
BAILEY'S CELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MATTRESSES.
., Kanlolanl Bldg,
Franklin atliews.- Saying
Many Wcc Tilings
' Of' ribnolulU
: ' '"'
Tho followrlng letter to th,o Pro
motion Comrnltteet .from Franklin
Matthews, the Ncw'York: Sun's bril
liant editorial writer nnd general
correspondent,' Is of decided Int6r
est: "New York, Aug. 13, 1900.
"My Dear Mr. Wood:
''Your recent contributions, very
handsome Indeed to my peace, of
mind, and, I hopo, to our mutual ad
vantage, In the way of more photo
graphs of Hawaiian scenes havo nr
rived In due 'time, and I am Blmply
delighted. They aro exactly what
I wanted nml I am most grateful
Depend upon It, Hawaii Is getting
as powerful a boost as I can glvo it
every time I speak. I nlways ndviso
moua in my nuuicnce to try io go
thcro, I declare It the Dreamland
ot the Universe and the grandest
looting Bpot In tho world. I run
oyer Its charms and I'll venturo to
say that your little paradlso never
had a more earnest ''boomer than I
am; it may have had n better one,
nit nono more glad to do this work
of love. '
"I am suro thnt nftor my work
of n"6xt winter you'll hear1 from my
talks. Again ' I 'express my deep ob
ligation to you. I hope wo'll meet
again some day,
Holders ot Oahu' Railway & Land
Co. six per cent' bonds are requested
to present same for redemption, with
out delay, at Dank ot Claus Sprockets
Blue and Black
W. W. AHANA CO.,
j , . i , .
yinejard St.,.'.Ewa ofNuuanu Stream.
CASH V.ILL IJO!
m m ck,
Kin);' and Alakea. I
Riihs lh;vFronf of Moving
tar dm- is uuickiv
lut for tho nlor.t action of a
wjttchful parent yesterday after
noon on north King ntrcet, a llttlo
Chlncso child of thrco years old
would have been run over and In
Htnntly 1lllcd by car 43 opposite tho
market, although tho lndtormnn sot
bis brakes promptly, nnd relented
tho fender which dropped on tho
track but a few Inches from the
Tho accident created great cxcltc-
mont in' the' oriental district for
somo time, its tho cscnpo of tho lit.
tlo ono from nn awful death was
almost a miracle. The baby wiib
playing about tho curb as tho cur
approached, and when within n few
feet, It ran directly in front on tho
track, looked up nnd smiled at tho
inotorimin. Quick as lightning a
man Jumped from tho sidewalk, nnd
nt ono lcnp reached the track,
grasped the child In his arms and
fell back with It on the street. Tho
motormsn at tho same Instant set
Jilj brnke.i, rpvorsed his power nnd
diopped the fender. It was nil dono
in tho wink of an eye, and timely
enrngh for u moment later nnd it
Would 'haver been tou late.
A replication to tho pica lu bnr of
David Noholoa, one of tho defendants,
has been filed tn tho Circuit Court by
tho plaintiffs In the action to quiet
title brought by Sarah Nnkookoo nnd
Amy Helcno Nnkookoo, otherwise
known as Amy Helena Thompson, min
or, by their guardian, James A, Thomp
Bon, ogalnet David Naholoa nnd A. M.
Some very choice Roods just in
that will make very handsome suits.
Tailor' 62 King St.
f IN FOREION' PORTS
Thursday, August 26.
."o-t (ltalitniflniiioT-s.l cjiintlalmitl
KORT lilt AGO Sailed Aug. M:
Schr. Ethel SSaiio, for Knliuliil.
SAN MtANCISCO-Salled Aug. 23:
Kohl. .1. II. Ilruce, for Mtihukoiu.
El r.UI.H Sailed Aug. 2S:
Schr. Robert Scarlcs, for Port Town
semi. SAKE BREWERY
Capital Stock Of New
The blowing of sake becomes nn
established Industry In lionoimu
with the Incorporation of the Top
Sako llrewlng Company, m tides of
association for which have been Hi
ed with Trcnsuicr ConUllng..
The cnpllnl stork of thu torporn
Hon Is llxcd at 1 10,000, with the
privilege of extension to n minimum
figure of $200,000. Of the capital
slock of tho corporation $1,000 haH
been paid In. The company pio
poses to brew sake, distill whisky,
gin anil rnchlii and hnve Its olHco
and plant located within , the city
nml tenuity of Honolulu.
The Incorporators nrc S. Yoshl
masu, M. K. Goto, M. Keincyn, Yuk
Icbl Ishll mid K. Rnbiignshl. In
nildltlon to tho brewing of splilt
uous llquorH llio rompniiy iosscsses
tho ordinary privileges that accom
TO WIDEN SIDEWALK
WOULD HELP SOME
"Tho mdowalk lmpiovcmeiit by
IMsliop's hank has suggested to mo
that tho Hiiiuc Idea could liu enriled
out with profit on tho licUbim-Smllli
turner of Hotel end Kent," uoiiiiiiuiite'l
W. O. Smith this moi nli'g.
"Tho .tlduwnlk alterations on tho
corner of Merchant and Kauhmmuiu
streets perfected tho Ktrect lino and
resulted In widening thu slitowulk
slightly along that section of tho
"It appears to me Hint somewhat tho
:aiiic condition cxlstn on tho Mcichnnt
Mrcct sldo of tho Ilenson Smith cor
ner. Tim sidewalk near tho coiner Is
ery narrow nnd there Ib considerable
congestion there at tho limy times of
day. If tho lino of tho curb were
straightened, say back to tho ulleyway,
and carried so as to mnko tho sidewalk
about llftecn to eighteen Inches wider
at tho corner, tho street would not
surfer mid thu pedestrians would great
ly profit In comfort and convenience.
Woik llko this all comcH lu thu lino of
U0 TO KAUAI
Mtiridial Hendry nnd United StnteB
District Attorney llieckoiiH leuvo for
Knunl thin ovenlrig for thu purpose of
levying tho execution secured In tho
United StutcM District Court ngnlust
Iho bondsmen of Levi Knulioo, a
Kauai postmaster who was found gull-
, ty of tnking Government funds. Tho
embezzlement occurred In 1'JOI and lu
addition tn tho bond of $1000 tho suro
ties will havo to pay seven per cent
Interest nnd tho costs of court.
DrcckoiiB hopcB to sccmo n rest on
tho trip nnd Is tnking n copy of 'ho
CongrcsBlounl Rccoid nlong for light
Tho Maklkl JupnncBo climch was
crowded to tho galleries last evening
with an expectant nudlciieo who hud
gathered to listen Io tho famous pill
llt orator, Rov. T. Mlyngawa, of Osa
ka, Japan. Mr. Mlyugawn has been on
n visit to tho Stales, where ho went
nt tho Imitation of tho Seattle Jap
anese church for n series of ovengel
Ibtlc meet lugs. He Is stopping over
heio for llio snnio purpose, nnd will
preach overy ovenlng until tho 20lh,
when ho proceeds on his homeward
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. ',
Slnir. Maul, 10 a. m.
S 8. Vcninclinr, froili iStiNvriwic.
Htmr. Cluudlno, fiom Mam l'"rt,
it in. ,
'" Slmr. W. O. Hull, for Knu.il ports, 6
I'. "1 . ,.e
V DUE TOMORROW
T. K. K, 8. 8. Chlyo Marti, from Yo
kuliitmn, n. in.
t 8AILINO TOMORROW I
I - '
' T. K. K. 8. 8. Chlyo Mum for Saw
Francisco about 6 p. ni.
Slmr. Cluudlno for Mnii anil Molo-
knl porlH, t p. in. .
t PA8SEN3ERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Claudliie, from Hawaii and
Maul HirtH. Aus. 2fi. C. 11. Mcllrlde,
II. A. Ilrodcrlck, Itiilh Ilrodcrlck, Nora
llroderlck. W. A. Andcrsiui, wlfo and
2 children, R. 11. Poollstcr, Miss M. It.
Stnrblnl, C. N. Marques, S. D. Rlaku,
Alapakl Smith. E. Machlo, C. W. He
nenr. Emma 'Onlslil, II. Illblii", T. Kl
kula, Helen Gllllland. Emma Rose, W.
J. Coolho, Kulio, II. II. Halley, It. A.
Jordan, I.. Wltlilnglnn, C. V. Mnwvell,
F. 11. Wlllilngton, T. P. W. Gray, W.
tlrmvn, J. IT. Flddes, J. C. Mcdlll. It.
Anilerron, II. M. Ayics. J. llensbam.
V. I). Alexander, Miss V. Damon. MN
11. Castle, I). Ninuuo. Au Tunc, W. K.
Erplnda, Tad.i, Kagatanl, K. Okainiiru,
and 41 deck.
' THE STEAMER Claudl'io urrlveil
thin morning from Hawaii and Maul,
reporting fine weather during tho tilp.
Thi' steamer Maul Balled this luornlus
nt 10 a. in.
THE RTI-:MTCR Cluudlno report
tho bark Annlo Johnson nt Hllo ond
the schooner l.otllo Dennett at Kahu
lul. ACTIVITY AT
Tho only busy place on tho water
flout this morning was thu Mai son
wharf. Willi the exception of llio Lin
lino, thero mo now no big vchscIs In
tho hnibor, tho Ocean Queen going out
yestcrdny and tho windjammers thin
ning nut n'ong tho Railroad wharf.
Tho I.urllno's five thousand tons ot
cargo nro keeping n smill tinny of
sti'cdores busy, nnd thu ptlon of mer
chandise, fruit, etc., nro hunting tho
OiiIhIiIo. Iho rtreol lookH llko n mil
limy park In war time, with caissons,
gun enirlagcH nml army wngomi lu ap
parently hopeless tanglcH. They weio
busy coupling tho carriages nil morn
ing nnd runtilngithum out of tho way.
The ollvocolorcd grlm-Iookliig un
chines took five or sit men to put them
STOCK MARKET GOES
The slock market struck tho do).
iiruniB Hits morning and went stale.
Thero were comparatively few salej
reported on tho street or on Iho Ilo-inl
nud ut lo.ift uu attempt was nimlo at
t lumping llio quotations.
Pioneer strengthened up on llio nilo
of forty kIiui'ck and Is now 1S7 hid nllh
190 asked Kwn sells nt 31 i.n.l Id
fairly string ut that figure. One bun
died slim us of Mcllrydo enino lulo
tho open it 3.73, nnd Inter Island slock
told nt 109.30, neuily two dollars lest
than Hie last prolnua share. The at
tack on Walalua resulted in tho quo
tation rending 112.50 bid nnd 11,
nskod, but tho stock Is not coming out
nt thnt fl'jure. Ilnwnll.iu Commeiclnl
Is 31 hid Willi 31.50 nikel.
Thero U nulliing in wnintit a sltti.tp
In any of tho utockj.
A ROYAL ROAD
Heio Is nn opportunity now pro.
sented of learning In the titles! nml
quickest manlier possible, fi-of M?t-
IHowb will speak at the iiimg hotel.
Thursday nnd Friday, explaining how
n conversational knowledge of eltho.-
lnnguigo can be acquired In llvo
weeks. l0 will slo u snuilo lesson
llliiftralliig his methods. .'() ,ar,
woik, or homo study. No gmiuniir to
leain nud no Hilllnn piyablo until you
1S5 editorial rooms 2JHJ busl
nest office. These are the telephone
numbtrt of tho Bulletin office.
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