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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., T1IUI19DAY, SEPT. 2, 1009.
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NOW ON AT BLOM'S IS THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF THE YEAR
All Lines carried in stock are being sold at TREMENDOUS REDUC
TIONS IN PRINCE. -, . SALE MJJST END THE STOCK.
Ocoarlt Stated Second De.
Leah) Chapter No, 2 Special
Alsna Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
order aro cordially Invited to
xtteud meetlQKS of local lodges
4ABM0HY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets ever; Monday evening at
- 30 In I. O O F Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDilY, Secretary.
F. D. WICICfi, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODQE, No. 1, X. ot P.
Meets every first and third Frl
luy enlng at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
tcrnor Fort and BeretanU. VIslttne
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. I.. NUUENT, O. C.
It. UOSLINO. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 61G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hull, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIHTT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
Wm. M'KIittEY LODGE No.8, K.oiP.
Meets every Lnd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Hull, cor. Fort and Bcretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
V. M. McGUEW, C. O.
K. A. JACOIISEN, K. It. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, P. 0. K.
Meots on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In it. of P. Hull, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nre Invito! to at
lud. V. M. McCOY, W Trest.
U. T. MOOItE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mrcls every first ond third Thurs
days of each month' at Knights of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEItltY. Sachcru.
12. V. TODD, 0. of II.
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' Bicycle shop and general repnlnntr
work. Specialty m nicklc, silver
nntl Rold plated work.
KING, OPP, ALAPAI ST,
aterials for Dresses, Materials for the Household, Laces, Trimmings,
Embroideries, and MadeUp Garments all go at Great Bargains,
BLOM, the Bargain Maker
A Skin of Beamy is a Joy Forever
ft B. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
-' CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
kretkl. Moth i&m.
flflfc timet Ion. II
llM LWJ It tftl
f( on ft, aa
I to lifcrtnii- wt
la froMflj rot-lts,
(t of clmlUl
i Wl 2SiHi; Pavre oiU to
( J1(sVr w- J " 1 ptlttt.
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IV X. i rc'iminiJ
fowriiitil Crrnm. th t-at harmful l til tbt
kin t,r?farft) )') t r Ml br 'l timcciM .rt r Wf
Uood l)iki m tht Ufiltcd bui, CatuJ ud Eurof
tlBDJ.HG?lJ!(S,Pr.k 1 Oiut J:ntt SIttt.lrwT
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
learn the hairdrcjsins; trade.
Fort and Berctania Sts.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
Alexander Young Building.
Chas. R. Frazier
i?hone 371. 122 King 8t.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Port Street,
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
AT ATHLETIC PARK
Thero was another iccord attend
r.nca at tho Athletic Park last night to
icu llio Mexican ncroliau, tho trick
lilrycllsts and tho moving picture
tlinw now being put on nt that popular
Tho usual theatrical performance or
show given In Honolulu draws tho
largest crowds at tho beginning and
tho smaller ono nt tho ond. Tho show
being put on at tho Athletic Park Is
drawing larger crowds every oventng.
A good show advertises Itself and ev
eryone, who has seen ho Aihletla Parllj
fchow tolls his friends how good It Is,
with tho result that tho nttcmlnuco al
most doubles lUolf cncli night. A
hhow which Is worth ono dollar ndmls
ulon, being given for ten and twenty
ccntH, Is tomcthlng now for Honolulu.
Don't mles It.
Tho nineteen gamblers nr'ostcil for
I I'liiylnu 7-11 nt Knkn'iko havi dnmnnil-
cd a jury tilal and havo wuhol their
1 trial In tho District Court. They nu-
ITnkailn, lllslilnmn. Kotuba, Alnda,
voshimftto, Nakaimirn. Nnknno. nioki,
Illouye Nl)t . Nl8h, N ,t Aokli FuJ.
bai(ai gni, Klshl .Vo. 2, Kawamura,
-""uyo No. 2, Klnashlto, Aglno.
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fNr-r w ,-uc.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pad far sale
at the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up ef two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
mom's clcarnnco salo Is now on.
St. 1-ouls College will reopen on Sep
tember 7th. '
Ladles err In remaining nwny from
tho Fnlo nt Mom's.
Oct your hat cleaned at tho Leading
Hat Cleaner, 11B4 Fort street.
Inter-Islhnd and 0. R. c L. shlpplnt
books for sale it the Bui let! I
office. 6C aach. '
Inoyo Soklchl this morning pleaded
not guilty In the District Com t to a
chargo of conducting a blind pig.
Mrs. nUcnburgh Is prepared to In
struct n few pupils In pianoforte at
their homo. Aclurers Itoynl Hawaiian
F. O'Noll of San Franclrco Is reg
istered at tho llawalla-i hotel, as aro
12. Mollcr and wife, who camo In from
Thero will ho a basoball game this
afternoon at tho Athletic Park. Tho
opposing teams wilt bo tho Marines
and Artillery. It should bo a good
gamo and tho friends ot both nines
will bo present In force.
Every price slaughtered at Morn's
All who aro interested In the new
thought and tho bcult aro referred to
announcement ot Dr. Frcdo'lc Bell,
Ph. D., in this Issue.
Harness nnd saddles, Thco. It.
Dnvlcs & Co. carry tho largest stock
and greatc-Bt assortment lu tho city.
Call at Hardwaro Department.
Beautiful Fall styles in millinery
will arrive In tho Alameda tomorrow
morning for Miss Power, Honolulu's
leading milliner, In Boston building,
Tho wireless telegraph offlco will
hereafter bo 0cn Sundays from 8 to
10 n. m. and will rccelvo mossagos for
other Islands and Incoming and out
Tho Territorial Messenger Service
mnkes reliability and promptness their
watchword. Ring up 3(11 for dcllvorles
of anything from a caso down to tho
Congressmen nmi other Island vis
itors who wish Island views aro .re
spectfully Invited to seo tho big col
lection of Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.,
Fort street near Hotel. This .collec
Hon Is Iho largest and best In tho city,
Notlco Is given In this Issmo that u
now directory of subscriber.! of the
Mutual Telophono Co., Ltd., will shoii
ly bo published, All subscribers desir
ing any change of name or nddress
must loqvo Instruction a,t the com
pany's offlco by September 1'tlt '
FRENCH OR GERMAN'
Beginning Monday, August 30, Mr
Miithews will hold classes at room 70,
Young building, at tho following
hours: French, 10 a. m.; dcrmaii, 8
p. in. VUltors invited.
AKAU-SPECKMANN-In this city,
Sopt. 1, 1909, by .Fathor Joseph,
Archibald P. Akau to FJIzabeth
Flfiy bachel6rs pushed a stalled
fctteet ear bearing John Snnberg, n
prospectlvo bridegroom', several miles
to Now Rochello, N. Y whero his:
brldo-elcct awaited him.
No Dampness. No Burs.
City Transfer Co. h. 1C0
J Jas. H. love P-Wlie $l
PARIS, Sept. 1. After surfcrinR untold hardships. Dr. Frederick
Cook reached the North Polo on April 21, 1908, nccoidlng to a signed
statement from tho Intrepid explorer, published In the European edi
tion of tho New York Herald.
On February 19, 1908, Dr. Coo; started on tho final 7no-mlle tlriili
to tho pole. Hi- was accompanied by ten F.sMniox and took with Mm
103 dogs and eleven sledges. Tho mercury showed 91 ilegices below
On March 18 tho party reached Herbert Island, whero six Hsklmos
descried and returned to their people. With the four remaining IJjkl
nios, forty-fix dogs, nn,tl supplies sufficient to Inst for eighty days, Dr.
Cook pushed on. Thrce.idays later two nunc Eskimos left him. Tho
remaining 400 miles was miido with but two Ksklmus and twenty-six
The monotony during tho Inttcr part of tho Journey was madden
ing. The Influence ot tho shifting desert of frost became utmost unen
durable. Dog after dog was killed and eaten by tho hungry survivors.
TOKIO, September 1. Baron
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Dravine and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. HcDougall, Prop,
COMES IN TODAY.
On tho transport Thomas, which
arrives hero today from Manila, nre
the following passengers:
Tho regiment Is In command or
Colonel Robert K. Bailey and will
bo divided between threo stations In
the United States. Tho headquar
ters band and 6ne battalion will go
to Fort Jay, New York; n second
battalion will go to Fort Niagara,
nnd tho third to Fort Porter, both
New York poets.
Captain John F. Madden, Cap
tain Ulysses O. Worrllow, Cnp
tain John N. Strnti, Captain Will 11.
Point, Sixth Infantry; Lieut. Kdwln
0. Saunders, Lieut. Alfred Brandt,
Lluct. Joseph N. Cummins, Lieut.
Wiley B. Dawson, Lieut. Joiin I).
Hmory, Col. Stephen C. Mills, In
spector (lenor'at; Capt. Charles 0.
Rhoadcs, Sixth Cavalry; Capt. Con
rad S. Babcock, First Cavalry; Cap
tain Daniel J. Moynlhan, Phillpplno
Scouts; Lieut. John S. Fulr, Ninth
Cavuliy; Lieut. Ode C. Nichols,
Thirtieth Infantry; Lieut. Bccloy A.
Wnllcn, Sovcnth Infantry; leut.
William A. Cacclola, Phillpplno
Scouts Major Edwin P. Pendleton,
Capt. Brunnt II. Wells, Capt. Chas.
II. Palno, Capt. Ernest M. Ileovo,
Lieut. Paul C. Oalloher, Lieut, Chas.
Koller, Capt. Stcphon II. Wood,
Lieut. Charles W. Mason, Jr., Lieut.
Krncst L. Pell, Lieut. Jacob H. nu
dolph, Lieut. Col. John C. F. Till
son, Eighteenth Infantry; Capt.
Charles W, CasUo, pay department;
W. W. AHANA CO.,
Tnkahlra has arrived here.
Excavating and Fillinc.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream,
Capt. Frank Nlckerson, Philippine
Scouts; Captain Harry McEIdcrry,
Philippine Scouts; Lieut. Sahmcl R.
(Heaves, First Cavalry: Lieut. Wal
ter K. Cunstcr, Eighteenth Infantry;
Lieut. Converse R. Lewis. Tenth In
fantry; Lieut. Michael E. SUney,
To Nagasaki: Capt. Plerco A
Murphy, i'lrst Cavalry; Lieut. Wil
liam C, McChord, Jr., First Cavalry.
Tho Thomas also carries 717 di
luted men of the Twenty-ninth In
fnntry Regiment, eighty-seven casu
nls, twenty-eight sick and fourteen
general prisoners, Ono thousand
tons of coal wcro put on board nt
Tho Lmllno sailed this morning
(harp on tlmo for Iho coast, backing
away from her wharf at 10 o'clock. A
largo crowd witnessed her dop.liliuc,
with till) usual melodies ot Bcrger'tt
Land to help out. Sho Is idling low In
the wntor fiopi her largo ctugo, nnd
her cnhlna nro.alko fatily well filled.
Ilocc, who has been wldoly advertised
of Into as tho Hawaiian tenor, was an
outward passenger on her nnd as sho
pulled away, ho and others got up oil
tho bridge deck nnd began to slug. As
they wcro sliming something of doubt'
,ful origin and tho hand wits playing
Aloha Oe, tho mixture was not exact
Miss Gertrudo Hoffmnn, tho nttrac-
tlvo nleco of Senator II. T. Monro, left
on tho I.urllno for n visit to her family
in San Francisco.
If you don't want to look like a
ready-made man have your dress
suit made by custom tailors.
Tailor' 62 King St.
IN FOREIGN PORTS l AHRIVED ill
Thursday, September 2.
SAN FRANCISCO BhIIc I Kept, t!
Ilktne. Iimgaid, for ll'inolulu.
KAlIUI.UI Arrived Aug SI:
Schr Lottie Bennett, from Oiay's
KAIIULUl Arrive 1 Sept. 2:
Schr. Ethel Zane, from t'mt Brug-j
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!! ALAMEDA WIRELESS.
tt Tho follonlng wlroless has
tt been iicclved by tho agents.
St fiom tho S. H. Ahunedu:
tt "Sept. 1st, 1909.
tt "Alameda, S p. in, All well.
tt r,32 miles. Will nirlvo at wharf
ri about G:30 a. m.
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MANY SELLING ORDERS
IN STOCK MARKET
Tho stock market is tnkln? ono of
Its regulation slumps lu activity nnd
price. There Is mi particular reason
for it, except that tho helling ordeib
lmvo multiplied mid tho biijing ord
ers being comparatively few uio nt 11k
nrei: Indicating that tho Infers lioH3 to
gain all tho prollts that may bu derived
from the slump.
Hawaiian Commercial Is quoted nt
33 nnd n fraction Instead of 31 and a
fraction of last week. Wnlalua has
sold for 112.G0 but quickly iccovered
on tho Board this morning to 113. Ha
waiian Sugni- Makawcll hold on tho
Board today at 47, and Pioneer has
diopped lo n sale at 189. Tho laigcst
tale reported camu from Between
Boards, being flvo hundred and fifty
Honok-.ua at 19 23 aud19.37'j. A small
lot of Ilononiu sold this forenoon at
Thero Is really nothing tho matter
with tho market except that It is logy,
keeping touch with tho wealhur. Tho
beet (imitations nro n steadily Incrons
Ing guarnntco that tho European crop
Is very sluut.
(Continued from Paze 1)
tending to show tho Implication ol
tho defendants in tho violation.
In tho (ourte of his decision hold
lug that the guilt of tho defendants
on- n charge of contempt of court
had not been piovcn, Judgu Robin
bun stated that tho only evidence
presented that had gone to show a
violation of the Injunction was by
Oynmn nnd that his testimony was
weakened lu u lingo dcgieb by the
assertions miido on the wltnesi
stand by Manager Bull and Ensl
neer Scovlllo of O.ilm Plantation.
"I do not feel constrained to io
strain any man of his liberty on tho
showing made," t.alil Judge Robin
j.on, "nnd tho motion Is accordingly
granted and tho order to sho wcuuso
:cgnro wns tho only Japanese
prominent lu tho councils of tho
Higher Wage Association present In
comt when the decision wns ren
dcied, and he Immediately congrntu
latcd l.lshtfnot and left tho court
lonm with tovcrul of his co-defendants.
.Malilno and thirty-one of tho
Higher Wags Association membors
linvo avoided tho possibility of se
ven! punishment for contempt of
court by Judge Robinson's decision
this morning, there being no other
proceeding of a slmllnr nnturo now
pending against them,
Thursday, September 2,
Stmr. Claiidlnc, from Hllo and Maul
ikuIs, u. in.
M. N. S. 8. Lurllue, for San Fran'l
rlcrn. in it. lu. n
Stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kauai ports, CI
U. S. A. T. Thomas, from Manila, 10
(). S. S. Alameda, from Sun Fran
Cisco. About 7:30 a. in.
Per stmr. Clnmllnc, Bennett, Sept
i. A. Rlchley, W. S. Stevens. (Ion. I)
Onrdnor, Mlsa L. C. I.lttlejohn, Miss
I). Kllabrooke, Mrs. I.. Akau, Mast-r
Corkett. MIH Coekett. Edith L. Klb
ting. Rev. I). Murray. F. Murclel, .1.1
Mm ray, I). Conway, F. Mackenzie.!
Mrs. A. Sheldon. S. Osakl, Elizabeths
Aklonn, F T. P. Wnterhouso. Master:
W. Ciimnilngs, Master T. Cummlng.-vj
Illen Copp, Ilebecca Coiip, Claucli '
Field, Harry Field, C. Connult, .1. A.I
Oilman, Wm. Bell, wife nnd Infant,
Miss Marshall, Miss L. English, llu
in on a Anderson, A. K. Stemler, Mlssl
K. Slender. Alfred Stemler, F. Craw J
fori I and wife, Mrs. A, I.jons amis
two children, a. C. Ilofgaard, .1. 11)
Filetus, Ben Clarko, A. nobeitsen,:
Mrs. A. (loss, Master Wills. Mis. W.
O. Knmul, M. Noda, T. Nalpnaiwi, K j
Okamoto, K. Imanaka, K, Arn'.ti. J '
KuraBakl, N. Kojlnm, K. Iwanagi MIssS
MacDonald, C. A. MacDonald, Mrs.S
Srnng. Misses Seong (2), Be'i S. Hon!
dn, Miss L. Hcen, Misses Uooklm t-)j
Tims. Norton and CO deck passengers.
Per Jl. N S. S. Lmllno Tor Han"1,
Fianclsco, Thursday, a. in. Miss Sterw
ry, Mlsa Ehand, L. J. Warren, Davbll
Ilnnghs,, Hermann von llolt, F. C. Mala
cy, Mrs. M. Olnacn, Miss J. flluacn, A.g
M. Wilson, B. F. Heastand, Jeff I'enu,
John Fuller, Mrs. II. It. Hick's. MIssW
0. Hicks. Mnr-tcr Hicks, Miss O. llolt
man, Mrs. Tnwnseud nnd son, Mr. ami
Mrs. W. (I. Ogg. Jnmes D. Dole, Miss
(I, Dow. Mr. and Mrs. M. C, King, A.
II. Lyman, Mrs. A. C. McKcovcr, Mis
II. M. Mm Holt, Miss Mary von Holt
Miss E. II. Sutton. Miss llnnlet C
Hitchcock, Mrs. Homer Smith, Miss.
L. D. Young, Miss Johnston.
Per Btmr, W. (5. Hall, for Knuall
ports, Sept. 2, r. p. in. A. W. RpltJl
Mlrs Rledell, Miss EdwstnW. Miss AM
An older as published below call,
on tho iiiuii of Iho I'll st Hospital Co.,
N. (1, II., to attend u parade on Sun
Tho following named enlisted men
of tho FlrBt Hospital Co., N. fl, 1 1
will rcKirt In tho commanding utile
of Co. a, 1st Infantry for drill an-'
narndo on Sunday. September 5th
1909, ut 12 noon: Sorgeants Oliwoot
Addersnn, Paul Knnoj, Douglas Pa
nco, John Townsand, Ho Tong; Cor
poinl Albeit Trask; Pilvates Pet'
1'crn, Solomon lliiahlno, David I'n. Wl1
Ham Pololuu, Robert Lono,.and Sei
geant John Massa, and Vaughn Me
Sergeant James McSaouiiio will h
Ilu chnrgo or tho detachment.
By order of Jnmes II. Raj mom
commanding olllccr of tho detachmeii
taS3Wrifc. ,i!imS i, 't&'itb.ijtk.'.i, -'I'UJb.
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