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flP. f o EVENING nULLfiTlN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1909. '
m . i . , .rr- , . . . ! ii i.i i' ' n n .
All vlsltlt'K members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend uieelliiK ot local lodges
LOCAL AND GENERAL
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0.
Melts every Monday evcntug l
7. SO In I. O. 0. f Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HENDItY, Secrctarj
1 U. W1CKE, N. U.
All visiting brother! ej cordlall,
v OAHU LODGE, No. I, Z. ol I
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot r. Halt
corner Kurt and Uoretanla. Vlsltlnt
erotbers cordially invited to attend
V. I.. NUOENT, C. C.
II. U03L1NO. K. K. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, 33. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, I). P. O.
'Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btrcot, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Ilrothcrs are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIHTT, B. U.
II. C. EA8TON, Sec'y.
57m. M'KLNLEY LODGE No.8, ELott.
Meets every Ind and 4tb Saturda)
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'
Hall, cor. Fort and Doretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
F. M. McGItEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOU3EN, K. R. 8
JONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. X
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKLV
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. lln.ll, cornti
fieretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. MrCOY, W.. Prest,
(1. T MUOltU. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEItRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot It.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind'you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kin:; and Fort Sts.
No two men are just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
Yoa want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for .yon.
Get us to make them
for you, , because wo
We find it easy to do
No, not when yoa
Onr business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lar are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for (25,
ARLEIGH & CO., AGENTS.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED to
learn the hairilrcssing trade.
Fort and'Eeretania SU.
e -Harrison Block. ai I '
The Big Nle.kel Scratch Pad tor sale
it the u 1 1 e 1 1 n'eflle far five etnts,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. SU for. a
mom's great annual clearnnco sale
begins WoUneaday, "
dot youf.hat (leaned at Iho Leading
Hat CleanerfllSt' 'Fort street.
Inter-isUha and O. K. L. ahlpolns
looks for aalo t the' "Bulletin
.fflce. bl eaefc. '
Thero will bo no sorvlces at lUo
German Lutheran Church mill Sun
day, September 26. "
.U. 8. District Attorney Dreckons and
Marshal Hendry' are scheduled to re
turn from Kauat tomorrow morning,
where thoy went 'td straighten out
cmboizlemonC.c'aso.' '' '- ' '
A' dark' cucsout, golttlng named
"Dick" belonging to tho Palama fire
department died' on August 21, from
Injuries received from slipping on a
pavement1 Tho'nuUter'vvtll hi InvesH
?atcdvbyvthb 'fire department 'commit
teo so (hal'tho"anlnial may 'bo cut off
the Inventory' hold by"tho Territory.'
nineteen1 Japanoso -who wen) 'found
gambling 'at Kakiako. 'Although-their
appearance at' the police 'station was
.lot such its' would 4ran'd them ii des
pirate K'Mntler,''''Apna('v6uched to:
their' guilt and they 'were locked up
pending Wtierr 'hcarlrig 'beforo Judge
Andradc. &'"! ' A ' " "
The Palold Land 'and ltdprovement
Commny' has' had 'considerable 'Suc
cess In tho'gfowlntf ofcaraVonlca cot
ton at Vti'Fatolo'Helgtits.'rctporlment
garden. Two i hundred tree' were
planted and the first fiftyare now In
bloom. 'The -specimens examined by
experts aro declared to be" if a 'su
letters have been received 'by local
civil service employees from Llowllyn
Jordan, secretary ot tho United States
Civil Service Retirement Association
urging them to form a branch ot the'
association In Hawaii, tho main object
of which is to 'prevail upon Congress
to provide tor tho pensioning of dis
abled or superannuated employes of
tho Civil Service.
Road Supervlfor WTson has notl-'
fled tho Board ot Supervisors that
leaVes ot absence tins boon granted
three men of bis department' who .wore
members of tho Notional Guard, He'
had to put on men to tako their places
and thcagjjregate of all salaries would
ho. 1300. Ho asked that this be paid
out of the general fund and not debited
to his road fund The matter was re
ferred to the Road Committee.
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HONOR FOR ZEPPELIN
.1IKUL1N, '-Aug. 27. Tills city U preparing to glvo Count Zeppelin
tho greatest welcome which nny Qermnn hns received flnto lllnniarrlt
returned In 1871 nfter having establlshPd
expectel to nrrlvo Saturday. It Is believed
him $10,1110; rank ot Prince.
tho empire. The Count Is
that tho KnUvr will raise
IN FOREIGN PORTS I ARRIVED
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Siturday, August 23.
JAN FRANCISCO Balled Aug. 27:
8. 8. Mlssourlnn, for Pngel Sound.
3AN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Aug. 2S:
S. 8. Alameda, for Honolulu.
IAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 28:
. 8. Arlznnnti, fiom Pnnla Aenns.
H. S. Manchuria, from Honolulu.
S. S: Virginian, from Kahulul, Aus.
St. Knthcrlno, from San Francisco,
S. 8. Ocean Cliicen, Aug. 2C.
8. 8. Virginia, for Sallna Crua, Aus.
S. 8. .Occnn Queen, for Taliltl, Aug.
Saturday, August 28.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, from llllo
Mid way ixirlB, 7 n. in.
Friday, August 27.
Stmr. Clauillno, for Maul ports, S
Stmr. I.lkcllkp, for Hnnokaa, B p. in.
Stmr. Hole-lie, for Elcclo, S p. m.
Saturday, August 28.
T. K. K. S. 8. Chlyo Mam, areenu.
for Snn Francisco, 9 n. in.
DUE TODAV i
8. Mexican, from Scuttle,
the namt V
Jbwart cfcMintfffiitt ;
I 4 LL lRr(MsHTH '
TRUST US .
With the most delicate materials to
be cleaned and dyed. We guarantee
FRENCH LAUHDRY. Ihfjnfi,14M.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
' and other
178 BERETA1HA AVE., ncai- EMMA
- Bath nnd EUctrical Treatment.
Edward Everett Hale
BROWH & WON 'C0.,:iTD.
t i .Young Bide, . r ,' , i
' PUItSKft PIIII.UPS of the Mamn
'cn, which came In tills morning from
llllo an 1 way porls, reports tho fol
lowing rugar on Hawaii, ready for
shipment: Olna, C029: Walakca, 19,
00: Wnliiakii, 18,000; Omimca. 20,100;
Uiiipaliochoc, SC00; Ookula, SBon; Ku
talati 1), 23'JI; Kukiilau II, S; Ha
tnakiia, 20,000; I'aauhau, 16,000; Hn
nokaa, 9690; Kukiilhaclo, SoOO; l'unu
.tiii, 6826; Honiiapv, 1101.
THK NOEAU nrrlved this iiiirntug
early with 3518 bags of M. 8. Co. Htigtr
and 600 lings of rlco ns tho prlnclpil
Items In her cargo. Sho cnrricJ fo'ir
cabin parccngcr3 for Honolulu.
THE MARION CIIII.COTT, nil tim
hlp, which arrived licru jestordty
moiulng, has on board for Honolulu
16,000 barrels or oil. Tho shippers tiro
tho Associated Oil Company.
THE ALAMEDA nailed today from
San Francisco for Honolulu uiul Is
scho.lulcd to nrrlvo September 3.
THE KIKAU has been reported nt
Wnlmca loading C150 tacks ot K. 8. M.
sugar, r ,
Stmr. Klnau, from Knual ports, n. in.
Slmr. Mlkahnla, from Molokni and
Maul ports, n. nt. '
i SAIL MONDAY
P. M. 3. S. Siberia, from San Fran-
clico, n. in.
I love my mk and
her home tooking, but,
(Continued from Past 1)
porn ted In Section 99 that gives the
Board absolute right In the matter
ot appointments, and says that, tho
action first taken 'by the Hoard In
conllrmlng the appointments made'
by tho Mayor was 'to carry them
over an emergency until permanent
legal action could 'bo taken by the
Mayor Forn, however, does not do
pend on one section ot the law, and
says'he'haa several Ho back him up
In his position when ho (, goes to
court about the matter.
"I don't tsee what they mean by
such action," he said. 'they forced
me to make the appointments In the
first placo, nnd confirmed, them. Now
they come in without the courtesy
of even consulting' with me and
spring theao now appointments, I
do not intend to stand for It and
will Investigate the entire business.
Cox stood with me, for he bad al
ready voted and refused to do so
again, Aylett Is tho cause ot the
trouble, and plainly shows that ho
has no consideration tor the Mayor
In the matter,"
iro ' y .;i
jril' iiu.il ;' ilin:-. .i
Count Ferdinand 'Zeppelin, thc world famous (icrman aeronaut.
who has been 111 following nn operation for nn ubcess of tho nesli, niado
his first flight In a, balloon while oligcrvlu gtho opcrnllon.1 of the. civil
warnln this country for Gcrpiany. ,Tho balloon woh rent up within the
Union lines. Zeppelin thereupon tojk up thu study of ueroiinutlcs In
earnest, his Ufa dream being to construct u dirigible baloon vtbnt would
carry several persons nnd would u.c.'bractlcn! In warfare. Ho soon
spen his prlvnto fortuno ot S500.000, but kept on with his experiments,
nnd as long ngo ns 1900 succeeded In (malting some rcmarUnblc flights.
Ills triumph came last May, when" ho traveled SCO miles lu thirty-seven
hours, his huge ship performing perfectly n't high altitudes and In niaiiy
conflicting nlr currents. Ills present airship will carry twenty-five per
sons nnd Is equipped with wireless' tc'lcgrnpli apparatus and a search
light. ' ' ""'
SUNDAY SERVICES' :
Kbo d k s - B 6 0 K s
l&VVVALIi. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.
iffljfa Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
KlilmfrP5' UliLLCT.'N Ans PAY -f0X
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Control Union Church Sunday,
August 29, 1909, Dorcmus Scudder,
Minister. Amos A. Ebersole, Assist
ant Minister. Illble school nt 9:60;
morning scrvlco at 11; sermon by
tho Assistant Minister "Nehemlah,
ho'' Practical Reformer;" Christian
rindeavor mooting at G:30, Topic;
"Many-In-One 'America" or "Our
Cnsmaiiolltan "'Population;" leader,
Mr.'llyto A.JDfckey; evening service
nt 7: 30, rormon by the Minister
"Much Joi( In that City," A cordial
Invitation Is hereby extended' to
strangers, Bcnmen, travolors, vlalt
B0VER ABOUT HARRIMAN.
'ARDEN, N. J., Aug. 27. Tho arrival of n prominent Biirgcou and
specialist Indicates Hint Mr. Ilarrlmau is to undergo nn .operation.
Thrco enmps of nowspapormen liavo been ostubllshcd near tho Harrl
Blli FREIGHTERS '
,' Tho American-Hawaiian 8. B. Mex
ican Ih due today from Sun Fr.tnclr6a
and Is being lix-keil for nl any lime.
Slio'has u cargo derive 1 from nlniort
Ovrry seetlcn of Iho country, Seattle
being her List port. Phe has on Iriar.l
Ni'w York-Tciiidnteper, S-m IVaiu in
ert, Portland, Taconu mil Siultlc
lielghl, all conslgiidl to Honolulu and
Tho Pleiades of tho sinio llns, which
left Kaanapall last Thursday for San
Francisco, had on board 5300 tons of
sugar nnd 100 tons of pineapples.
The 'Mlbsourfan lll bo Iho next
A.-H. boat from Puget Sound, loaxlng
lliero'oii September 11, tho Pleiades
ieavlng San Francisco nuo'day before
on liur return trip to tho Islands.
AVIATION ENDURANCE PRI2E.
IUIICIMS. France, Aug. 27. O.Fnrnum won the $20,000 giand
prlx In tho Do la Chnmpagno endurahea ''trial, Lutham tecond, mid
FAILED TO MAKE CHANNEL.
DOVER, England, Aug, 27. Edwnrd Hcnton of Liverpool attempt
to swim the Channel today, but had to glvo It up.
Per ttair. Manna Kca, Fi"eniiti,
Irom llllo nn.l way ports, Aug. 28. L.
Fowsmllh, Mrs. L. lnglcdew, W. II.
Kcllcy, V. Fcwsnillh, II. llcennaii. V.
Low, Mis. Low, Mrs. 11. Pnrnialeo,
Miss Kellty, Mirt. I'. Ramsey, A. Car
ter, P. Cailir, Miss II. Hitchcock.
Mrs. K. Sloan, Mra. J. Mcckln, Dr. J.
T. McDon-ild, Miss II. Forbes, Mrs. E.
Nlchuln and child, .1. II. McKenzIo, Joo
Mcndonea, Mrs. Mcndonca, Mlsa iron
donca, Mlrs N. Stewart, Mrs. Mann,
Miss II. Perkins, Miss II. Knlnn, J. YV.
liergsliom, A. Mitchell, .1. II. Fcigun
ion. W. Dunn, II. T. Hayhcldcn, Mrs.
C. H. Uuckihiid, Mlsres llueklaud t2),
A. M. Wl'son, Mrs. WJIsou. A. V.
Dunn, C. V. Sinllb, Wui. tlr.ilnm, Mm.
(Iralinm, Master Craliam, Miss Hlckux,
Mnsler 11. Qulnn. A, IJ. Lyman, F. Har
rison, D. P. Hcasbond, J. Pcnn, V. A.
Corvallls, F. Heartley, II. Gorman, II.
W. Mist, Mrs. Mist Master Mlst,,Mrs.
Dunn, 8. P. Woods, Mrs. Woods, C. '
Alcliia, Mr?. .1. II. MeKenzIc; Master
McKenzIo, Miss II. Sopcr, MIsb C. Low,
D. 11, Muronrchlo, C. nuxtanl, C. P.
Chaiubetl.ilii, K. S. fljerdrum. Miss A.
Strand, Miss Jos. (llbh Miss E. Olbli,
Mrf. W. E, DouMircx, Miss M. Nohrlga.
Mrn. W. Wllllama. W. P. Drake, V.
McQiuld, J. K. Aea, C. A. WJdeman.
Mra. 1 Curler mid two children, Miss
I). Waldrcm, .1. M. Ezra. Miss 11. Kn
nnnoula, Master Ma Sang, Ed Shim,
II. 11. Pcuhallow J. II. McKeurlc-,
Mlsres Chilstiipliarscn, (2), Win.
Orccn, A. Onrlcnberii, ll". M. (llllel,
Mis. Mackull nnd child, Miss I. lliirn
li.im. Mlsa K. Mlsa, Mrs. A. Sllva. Mlsa
Hell, Misses Tcwknbiiry, Miss Taylor,
lira. Ta lor Mlstea Hortfcldt (3), Mlsa
Per Eltnr. Kiionii, from Knual. Aim.
2S. Mi-3. II. IsenbcrR Sister AlhcrCno,
T. O'Drlvn, Mr. Kokefiuchl and nlliu-
teen deck passengers.
'Continued from Puts t)
for n suspension of tho -coastwise
law." Tho -General yaa equally out
spoken, on'jthe maUtrof enlfrtaln-'
ment. He does n6t believe the city
Is largo 'enough-' to; sUpporf two com
nicrclal liodles-attd looks' for the dav
,whcn tlio -two rwlll.be "consolidated.
He does not approve' of Independent
entertainment, 'but1 '(advocated tliq
Merchants' Association Joining
hannVwIth'the Chanibc'r "ot Com
merce 'in'-'ttie attalr.'
Mr. Cheat moved that tile Bpcclal
committee .vrgo upon' the .Congress
men the necessity of better transpor
tation facilities and ask tor a Bus
pension' ot the coastwise 'laws. Uoth.
Mr. Smith and Mr.' Towse' favored
the argument for 'a '' subsidy 'first,
then going after'thd' coaatwlse'siis
Tho Bpeclal comrflltteel,cansetlng
df' Messrs. von llsmra.'i Smith, Rush,
Draviner and Expressing
Woodiand Coal Phone S88
Q. W. McDougall, Prop.
AVVVn m -m Excavating and Pilling.
Vinejnrd St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream,
OllMIIUBl DVH1IIVIII l""""l . i , J ',
Ing frloiids nnd tho public gcnorally , l'Vla W vl. Sotyer, Wvlll do' (holr
to attend these services. best to get for thlpdrt ' a better
transportation arrangement 'without
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Dullelin Editori&l "Eoora Phone lBft.
nntagonUtng tho Interests closely
Idcntilled with this movement.
1 riving limo on September 7.
Tho Royal Huwallnn band played all
tin I IO Plllim ,0" ' wharr and despite Iho
DELAYS CHIYO i' jr. wm b,,
AlthouKh r.lio' was' scheduled to
lcavo at 9 'o'clock thjs-imoriiliig, tho
T; K.K. S.'B. Chlyo 'Mum did toot nu
llify cast 'off her lines until nearly 10
o'clock, Tho ofllccrs .would not glvo
thn nations for her delay but It is
generally supposed that sho liad
trouble wth hcjr fefoerfng gear.
Tho big vessel mailo,tlio hard turn
In tho upper basin prettily nnd stood
out of tho harbor for., San Francisco
n little after 10. Tho noxt-vouBcl from
the "o'ther'8Jdp"w btho Ahln, ar-
A tllvtirco wiib granted by Judgo
Iloblnron this morning to Joo Anibrosu
from Lola Ambrose on tho ground of
Sea Wrens, $tOO
18-foot Motor Launch -with 4-Oyole
r.t. 'itk' n. i.i.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St.. opposite South St.
rj- f I J 1 "
Blue and Black
Some very ch'oiee Roods just in
that will make very handsoire suits.
51 ' !
W. W. AHANA CO., Tailor' 62 King St.
Carpenters wanted. Sco ud, this t
Ladles' Homo Jaurnnl September
patterns . Whitney & Marsh.
Win. McKlnley Lodgo will h.wo wor-t
tills evening In tho rank of Pngi.
Expert electrical nimso wiring la
dnno by Union Electric Co., corner
Fort and UercUnla streets, at very
First exhibit of Fall Millinery now
being shown nt Dunn's Hat Shop, cor
ner Fort and Deretunla streets.
Tho finest assortment of clothing
for school boys Is to bo found nt Tho
Knsh Co., Ltd., Fort stroct nl Hotel.
Mr. 'MuthowB vVIII holii clasrea Mon
day, August 30, at room "0, Youns
building, French 10 n. In., 'Herman &
p. m. '
Hogal skating klibos thnuld bo In
posiicsslon of every skutcr. Tho soles
aro made specially to stand tho strain
of skaics nnd thoy will glvo you long
wenr. Prices S3.D9 and '$1, nt Itegal
Shnq Vtoro, comer King mid Iletltcl.
With their new combination traction
engine and stcim roller, Honolulu con
struction it Draylng Co. aro piepared
to tako orders for tolling, plowing and
lienvy huullng. Call for rutos, Olllco
Fort Etrett below Mofchaiit. Phono
net nur iciiool ciotiios ror your
boys nt SIlva'H Toggery. Handbome
llttlo suits iiinilo by speelallstH who do
blgn clothes only for boys. Some
thing be',er than tho ordinary nnd tho
price Is no mora. Elks' Uldg., King
Bargains In now furniture which
Per stmr. Claudlnc, for Marti ports
and llllo. Ail!?. 27. Mrs. A. K. Durno,
thrco children nnd servant; Mlrs C. L.
Turner, Mlrs I. A. Ilr.icklo, Dr, Prates.
W. L. Ilaplli-tn, Miss 11 Ping, Mlia V.
Plug, Mri. Ellen Cleveland unit rhlld,
P. Auoder.i, S. Nod i, Sister Itolisrlln i.
Miss J. Masslo, W. P. Kelley, Ilnv. II.
P. Juilcl, i, A. Olluir.n, Arthur Ulluinn,
E. Mncflo. Father Marlus, M. Pluto,
Fnther Kodilgues, M. Nodo, P. Mara
ynma, Y, Murak-iml, 8. Hnyashl, M.
Kttwamoto', K. Ellsul, Dr, Carey uud
wife, T. lliirny.ama, 8. K. Abo, K. Aka
moto, K. Inianokn.
Per T. K. K. S. 8. Chlyo Mnru, for
San Francisco. Aug. 28. Mr. nnd Mra.
P. II. Chance. Col. William llrooko
ftnwcl, Mrs. Hiooka Itaulo anil maid,
Miss Eliza Arnntl, Miss Ilosallnd W.
just arrived In thu 8. 8. Liirlluo ran
lio obtained lit Honolulu Wile lied
Co.'b Btorc. corner King am! Al'iko.i
stveets. Cii3li will buy more nt this
tloro than nuy other fifrnltuie btoro
In town. Call anil nee.
Coffee, to bo good, must bo ngcil
when the berry Is gieen. Then It
must bo pioperly roasted imd freshly
ground. Thc30 tcnulicmcuts mo' all
given strict uttentloti In May's Old
4 Komi Coffco, Bold only by Henry Muy
& Co., phono 22. Try soino.
Ilumii'iut Hulu ut Sachs Dry Clr.uH
Co. for four days coiunienclng '-d-ncsdny,
September. 1. Thousands of
lomnanta left from Iho big .S,i..1'r'
clearnnco sale. Special chanco for
mothets who have school dresses to
make for their llttlo ones, I
. w ii i ii, 1 1 ! emmmmn wwwm
k&j CURE YOURSELF.
CURES kl I'm llljUlurunn.tnrd
r l 1 . M dlarlitrnH, ln'Jmmllorn,
lpM..niu,u, niitini or viceratlonf
Srurt.... r,,ru,. , On ' niueoul niimbnoel,
a . . Bd ttflttlAMB M9A MnS !.
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fcoia Ut iiruniju. ,
Circular trot on rwuotf
Ugy DULLCTIN ADS PAY
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