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EVENING DULLETJN, HONOLULU. T. If, 8ATUIIDAY, SEPT. 11, 100D
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Oceanic Second Degree.
Nuuanu Chapter 17th Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Paclf.c Third Degree.
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Hawaiian Third Degree.
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Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Ren
ul.ir. All visiting members ot the
Order ore cordially Invited to
Attend meetings of local lodges
kURAIOIM LUUUi,, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever) Monday evening t
S.JO In l. 0 0 F Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. D. WICKU, N. O.
All vlsltlnK brothus vary cordially
0AHTJ 10DGE, No. 1. K. A t.
lieets every flrtt and third rl
aj evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
ewrner Fort and Deretanla. Vliltlug
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. I.. NUGENT, 0. C.
R. Q03LINQ. K. R. S.
B0N0IULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. P. O.
! Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Frlduy even-
I tng. Visiting Urothers nre cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
E0N0LULU AERIE 140, S. 0. S.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of euch month at
1:30 o'clock lu K.. of I. Hall, corner
Beietania and Fort street.
, VUltlng Eagles are invited to it
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
II 7, MOURE. Secy.
j Wm a'RINIEY IQDGE Ho.8, K-ofJ.
) Meets evrry ind and 4tb Saturday
twnlng .it 7:30 o'clock In K. ot l'.
"Ilall, cor. Fort und Beretanla. Visit
Inn brothers cordially invited to at
tend tf.iM. McOREW, C. C.
E, A JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets cWy flrtt and third Thurs
days of eacl' month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEBRY, Sachem.
11. V. TODD, C. of R.
i Rainier Beer
t, i xuu aniib m. ax.li ham
Ml i ii i - ' ' i ' '
pT- f I f iiU.I.
, .tti iri in aHirnrnvY niin
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ii Yountr Bide.
ilk. School Books and
t A. B. ARLEIGH & 0., LTD.
M.I Hotel. 03P. Union.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
KALAWAO HAS .
President Mot! Smith of tho Hoard
of lloalth Ins u mimbcj uf perplexing
jroblems Hint have developed through
koine nf the Una Hint were enacted nt
llio last soslou of tho legislature.
I In considering tho measures that
rnine before It tho Legislature appar
ent!) overlooked tho fact that Kala
wao, Molokal, whllo an Independent
lount), wan subject to distinctive con
ditions and would have to be consid
In nrraiiKliiR for tho Increase In tho
count v reu'iiues tho Legislature pro
vided that all fines and costs should
revert to the County Treasurer, This
la all right as far as tho other coun
ties are concerned but In the caso of
Knlawao tho only official Is n Stieilff
and he cinnnt accept tho fines and
costs. As a consequence the realiza
tions liao been handed oer to tho
president ot tho Hoard of Health, who
has called upon Attorney General Hem
enwny for advlco.
A second problem has arisen In a
requisition that has been ruado upon
the Hoard of Health for a supply of
buckets nnd brooms for the Kalawao
tchool. President Mott-Smlth does not
t find any provision ot tho Revised Laws
which will cover tho question of buck
ets and brpoms for the Kalawao
tcliool. So this question has also been
referred to (ho Attorney General for
Ills consideration and advlco.
Such an ejclln' day vot thero vas
at zo K)llce statlono, to bo sure.
Every crultor, had a patrol tlierp and
tho cpmblned force would have been
a match for an army of belligerents
enough to police Now York lu Its most
sunniest mood, And jet Indications
this morning seemed to point to a
Sabbatical air on creation In general.
and Honolulu In particular. Tho pat
tols and tho pollco gave up all hopes
of an thing more oxcltlng than a chase
aftor n paterfamilias ot a cockroach.
Rut suddenly a wild alarum rang up
on the air and somobody made -a Jump
for tho wireless to get reinforcements
In from tho boats outsldo the harbor.
Uproar and pandemonium waa tho
The patrol dashod out and In. again
In Its usual peculiar nud Individual
manner and platoons of Jackles got
icady to cocr the desperate agitator
with their clubs.
Thero was a moment ot hushed ex
pectation as Officer Peter Kahca
reached down and nulled the criminal
to his feet. A sign ot mingled relief
nnd disappointment burst from tho
Jackles thero assembled It was only
William Kramer with a most glorious
nnd all comprehensive speclmeij of
.real, gcnulno, pld fashioned applejack
IROWJaND RAWLINS .
IN THEIR BEST
Ry mutual consent Judge Andrade
Hits morning opened hU court at 8
o'plock and listened to the evldenco
of n gambling case, especially set for
Fourteen Chlnoso defendants, repre
sented by Attorney Rawlins, were in
court. Officer Apana testified that the
.i..rniln,itu wiirn nrrnRtpd In A. bllllfllnfT
ilVlui.iiui.vn . , .- ... .. -..
on Nuuanu street, and. ho gambling
out, including domlnos, tin uuttons,
matches and other things were
brought to the station. The outfit was
produced In evldenco this morning.
llawllns offered nn ablo argument,
vhllo Ilronn, lepresentlng th,o county,
put up a strong case. Judge' Andrado
look tho matter under ndvjsement and
vll glvo his declson some time next
Tlio other cases on the calendar
wore of minor character.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch' pad for Mlai
at ine guiiatin omce iomv cn,
Is one Inch thick, made up, of two Hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Hike Patun at tho En
core. A full solcctlon of lactj curtains, at
Whitney & Marsh's. ' '
Oet your hat cleaned at the Loading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 JFort street
Therotlll bo work this evening In
tho Pago Rank by MtKlnley Lodge, K.
of P. 'S ,
; Tho rirst Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner Ueretanla avenue
nnd Miller street. John T. Jones,
pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Sub
ject, "Close of Paul's Third Mission
ary Journey." Arthnr Robblns, su
perintendent. Morning worship nt
.11. Sermon by the pastor. Sub
ject, "The Magnetism of the Cross."
. Epworth Leaguo 6:30 p. to. Sub
ject, "Connecting with the Source or
Power." Evening worship at 7:30.
1 Sermon by the tmstor. Subject,
"Tho World's Cry: Let Us Alone."
I Music under tho tHrec'len, of tho or-
IganUt, Nathan M. I owla. Prayer
! meeting Wednesday evening. Tour
ists, soldiers, sailors, members of the
fleet and tho public generally are
Invited to attend tho services ot this
For clean milk 'call tip (he Pond
Dairy. Tel. $90.
Now light-weight broadcloths In
evening shades, for capes at Whitney
The Sunday school or St. Clement's
parish will bo reopened tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Wall. Nichols Co . Ltd . are head
quarters for school books and sup
plies. School books at list price.
Rainier beer, famous the world over
for ts excellence, can, bo had at all
bars, orbr tho c'ase at wholesalers.
School books and) school supplies ot
all kinds can be bought to the best ad
vantage at A B. Arlclgh & Co , Hotel
tfree opposite Union. School sup
plies a specialty.
Embroidered robes, semi made In
whlto and colors at Whitney &
Our bpjs are quick to respond tp a
call. They know every houso In tho
city, and packages, notes, etc., en
trusted to them hao our guarantee of
safe delivery behind tlip'm. .Territorial
Tho new picture hats Imported by
Miss Power aro simply stunning. These
are now on display In Miss Power's
millinery parlors, second floor of Ros
ton building, and ladles aro cordially
invited to see tnem.
Sachs' grand Autumn millinery open
ng will be held Monday morning at 8
o'clock, and the exhibition will con
tlnuo for sevetjl da. Tho ladles ot
Honolulu qnd vjsljqfs are invited to
the Sachs' storo to see the handsome
Those Interested In automobile do
ings' are referred to two telegrams
publlshod in ad pf Schuman Carriage
Co, In which great vlotprlos of tho E.
M, F. Studebaker car aro told. These
cars aro now ready at Schuman's for u
The officers of tho fleet will be,
pleased to know that tho W. W. Ahana
Co , C2 South King Btfeet, aro oxport
Naa triors and that they can have
made here their whfe-rsorvIce uniforms
and mess Jackets at "a much lower
prlco than is charged on the mainland.
James Ehqiv Maxwell, senior magjs
tralp of 'fljasgof, Scotland, who had
made a trip over America, declares' In
an Interview In Now York that Canad
ian cities are ahead of those In this
country. He finds them cleaner.
rn, fc? to
hi? ismim lh Phone 152
He(als For Valor
To Uncle Sam s Sailors
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. Tho Scrrelnry of tho Niny has recom-'
mended that medals of honor bo bostojcil upon Rtiy A Kits, coxsnnln tin
the U. S. S. Albany, nnd Thomas McDonald, a gunner'H nritci on tho U.
S. S. Virginia, for valor tllsplajed in rescuing Ghlpmatet fiom drovvulng.
m i m
For One Minute
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept, 10. All trains, ohlpt and teligrapuli In
struments belonging ''id the' vast Harrlman 8)stem will stop fur tmo
mlnuto Sunday, during the tlmo of the fiuu-r.il of tlio lute I'. II. Ilui
rlmnn, as a silent tribute to the nuniorj of (he master mind Hint con
trolled, tho destinies of the lines fur no many jealH
TO DIVIDE CALIFORNIA .
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 10. State division Is being openly advo
cated by tho newspapers herel following the netiou ot the l'.inul of Equal
izers In raising tho assessment of Los Angiitis Count) 40 per cent.
SUBMARINE GETS PENANT.
NEWPORT, Sept. 10. The suliniailno Cuttlellsh a today award
ed the pennnt In tho efficiency test. The Tarantula was glvtn huoiul
place, the Octopus third and the Viper fourth.
m i i
COPENHAGEN, Sept. 10. Ur.
Ho will then embark for New York.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. E. II.
ninety minutes of his death.
TAFT RECEIVES PRINCE.
UEVERLY, Sept. 10. Prince nnd Prlneehs KunI tailed on Pical-
dent Taft today.
DO aV.TVV-r M .
Drmylnit and Expreiiine
wood ana uoai rnone 000
0. W, MoBongall, Prop'.
BEFORE SHE SAILS
Runaway Ship Hat Heavy Salvage
to Pay Captain Has Cabled
to His Compjray fpr the Money
Talks About' Food. '
As soon ns the sum of six thous
and dollars, plus other minor ex
penses, have been paid to the Miller
Salvage Company for services ten
dered, the German ship Nordsco,
Captain Peltsmelcr, will leavo Hono
lulu next week for Chill, from
whence she will proceed to Ham
The above Is the Biim-up ot tho
conversation which took place on
boaid tho ship this morning between
Captain Peltsmolor and tho Hullo
1 1 n man. In regard to the article
published about (ho Noidsee recent
ly ho Bald:
"The German law Is very strict
about the food to bo given tho men
on the ship' ualil the Cuptuln. "it
the captains do not give the men
good and substantial food they will
be punished for It. On tills account
I have been very particular about
or 3 Q G
Cook Balled todu) for Chrlstlunl.i.
0 THE LAST.
Ilaiilmau worked up to within
Excavating and FilUnt;.
Vineyard St., Ewa 0! Nuuanu Stream 1
"The only thing I do not like to
flee Ih tho nrtlclu which nppottied In
the papers tho other day, talking
about the bad food (hut was pio
vlded the men.
"I liavo on boa id til ship lira
nmplo supply of good food for tho
men, which wilt lust them a juir.
Most of tho presurved stuffs lire
good. I liavo enough potatoes. Tho
whole troublo lins boon that my ex
perienced cook left mo aftor hu was
toll by tho shoio peoplo that ho
could makn mine money In Honolu
lu by Keeping a linlnhulu stuhd,' In
tended to bo shown tho men of thu
Pad tic licet.
"As to the money refnired to in
the first plate, 1 will hay that I liavo
cabled to thu main offieti last night,
asking for Instruction, I 11111 qulto
certain that It will bo forwuided
A,n pi tier waB Weil this mornjufuii
proving tho annual accounts of tho
Ulshop Trust Company, iih the unt II
Inr) iidinlnlBtrator of tho nhtato of tho
luto Henry E Cobb. Tho 1 statu I111
paid to tho Territory nn liiherltunco
tux of S13J42. Tho accounts show
that tho tippinlKcd valuo of tho estate
Is $28 081 nud tho expenses of udiiiln
letrutlon amounted to $1,713 30.
Fort St., near Hotel St.
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I IN hUHtlUN POHTS I
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Friday, September 10.
SA1.1NA CRUX An hud Sept 8:
S. S. Virginia, fiom Ulln. Aug. 25.
POUT TOWN8END Arrived Sept. 10:
Ilk. Albert, fiom Knllu t.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 10:
Schr. Muriel, fmm lloiitilpu, Aug. IS.
HILO Sailed Kept, i:
Ilk. Ai ulo Jiilinion, for H.m I'r.in
clscti HILO Sailed Sept. n:
S. S. Mexican, tor Sallni Ci uz '
I THE OCEANIC liner Alamtdi
through Its wlrclt'iii tipcinttir, roprt
cil In Hun Train Irro thai 1'ixtir
Wilght, lino of tho raliln pisstngotu,
tiled iinev.pocloll) lu the' mor.il tg nnd
was burled nt xc.i, Ho was n resident
of Alniuedii, C:illfoiilI(i. The llow
I was caught b) t tin wlielenu operator
TH ESEIIOONr.ll Alohi. nrrhlii
fiom Tnconia )eMerliy nflermon
brou'Vit liimlmr ronslgnc 1 to l.ovnra
ft Coo'to, which klip lit dl'charlnt .it
llio rttsliop slip. Ihu Alohn iiccunlhut
In tlio Captain, ("tpcilci c 1 fair
weather nud smooth t,uu e imliig 1I1.M1.
THE UltlTISlI rteatner Viniurlnt,
which brought to.il for tho litn-ls-hml
Steim Navigation Compiu).
Hilled )fKttirda) iittorncoii nt .' o'clock
(or Now oust to.
THE INTFIl ISLAND hlo iin"rs Mnu
lit Kca and Cliiudlue snllcd )esterdi)
for their resM(tvo poilK of cull on
Maul nnd Hawaii.
THE STEAMER Ivvahnl nrrhel this
morning fiom Hiwall, hrlngng sugar,
which Ih being dl)char;;ed nt the rail
THE PACIFIC .MAIL liner China do
1 at ted i't.te(lav atlcuuHiu at .1 o'elotk
for tho Orient.
There wns hoiiio lino handball plajeil
at tho Y. M. C. A. jcslcnluy when St.
John nud Johnston dt feutfil Illunthard
nnd IngallH two g linos (.trulght 21-10
nnd 21-11. Ewullko nnd Notl also beat
Mmcalllno mid III irt two games out
or three. Thu k'oio w.ih 21-13, 18 21
Tho flmilH will ho lu) oil tin Mon
th!), when St. John und M. Johnston
will meet Ewnllkti nnd Nott. This
hhnuld prova a very exciting, cloro
match, nnd tho supporters ot both
pairs tiro confident that their men will
win, Dr. Iliind Is boosting handball
lor nil ho lu woith und tlio gamo Is
catching tin wondeiiiill) In this elt).
Week Endimr Sept. 11.
I MI)al.i, It. & Co, King und Kekaii
like, stoio building: ?lir,0. Sopt. 7.
I Li Clial.ll I'auahl St., name, $30.
II. W. Knuliane Muklkl, leslilenco,
$1000, Sept. 2.
Heo Kwong, Hotel street, photo gal
leiy: $100, Sept. 2,
Suilkl, Ik'ietanla, iooiiih; $I0U.
Si pt. a.
J. II. Cinlg. Wilder Avo, lexldeiun:
$1500 Sept. 7.
I F. I). Wlcko, Kitmukl, lesldpnto.
W. W. AHANA CO.,
l'llikiy, St'ptoiuber 10.
Schr. Altdii, fiom Tiiciiiuj, :!!0
Friday, September 10.
llr. S. 8. Wiinachai, for Newcastle,
4: in p. in.
Hliiir. Mnnnt Koi, Pipoiuan, for
II I In, r.:!0 p. in.
Stinr. Cluiidino, lletinott, for Maul
nnd Molokal, S p. m.
P. M. S. 8. Chli.a, Frlcle, for tho Or
ient, r. . 1 r, p in.
I DUE TODAY f
A II. 8 R Mlccourlm from Scattlo
I DUE TOMORROW 1
Stint. Mnitu.v Kca, I'n email, fiom
HnwiMI and Maul, it. in.
Am. bcln, fl. W, Wntscm, Stroini, for
Kaiutl, 11, 111.
Per Btmr. Ctaudlue, for Maul nnd
Molokal. Sept. 1(1. O. i: King. Mis.
O E King. Lilian Mnrlford. Mies Lucy
l.oul, John Ltnil, .Tint. Jones, W, T.
Frost, Miss U. do Minn, Mrs. L. C.
Fraln, Mrs. A. dross. Miss C. Schultz.
.Mrs. J. II. Holt. Mis lieu I). Erzer and
chilli. MIvhA. On Tal, Miss Nora To
ttner, Jllss 13. Daggert, t'apt. Wish
nrd and Tamily, MlT,oa 13. nud R. Wil
kin, Mrh. Mmy Kuplhca and child.
LIIIIo Knmvo, Snm Mooklm, Mrs. II.
II Cafo, Miss F. K. Ho, Miss Hattlo
Maiilo, M!rh II Kcalnhn. Mrs. It. Hen
Jamln, Miss Mar) MrUaudless.
Per Btmr. Mnima Ken, foi Illlo, Sept.
10-llro. -Mlehnel, Ruv. S. L. Deshi
apl 3 children, Mis. O. L. Desha, Mlas
Simpson, C. E. Kink and wife, Mr.i.
II. Hapi!, E. P. Chapln. Miss Sadler,
MIes M. Vltria. Mejor Whitlow, Prof.
Mead nnd Mm, Mrs. J, M. Mulr.
Por S. S. Chlin, for tho Oilent, Sept.
10. Miss Jorophino C. Uicke, Cam
l)ii Sullivan, Pang Cluing, wl'o and S
chlldre-t, W. M. Lldltl and wlfo, Via
K." IJndHiiy, C. 1 HrlsEol, Herbert
Wlthera and wlfo.
M. O. Lelghton and W. C. Minion
hull, tho h)diogrnphoiH suit to tho
Teirlttuy hj tho Federal (iovoiniucnt,
letuiued fiom Hawaii )istcidn) v.llh
Siipeilntendeut of Public Works Mais
ton Cumpholl. Mr. Lelghton says that
tho amount of waste land that can not
bo usi'il for cciituilcs Is utilizing und
that llio fertility of the llanukin and
Illlo dUlileta wns equally surprising.
Mr. M'lgliltin sa)rt that Ihcio aro
two illslikts that nppeui to bo pirtlf
11I111I) noted foi ilepeudnblu wnttu Mip
piles tho Kohal 1 mniintalim tin 1 (ho
Illlo und Hamukiu eoasls. Lelghton
pndlets Unit all of tho water develop
ment on tho Ishuid may he naturally
oxpeett d to tnko placu tm that side ot
luipoit icpoitu from tho Argen
tine lcpubllc show that tho United
States Is thlid In that country's
Undo, und England Hist with near
1) tin re tlmiH Amcrlea's shipments.
$1700. Sopt 7.
I'm Hlo Oil Tunis. Co, Ivvllel, stiro;
JSOO. Sept. 7.
R. Ml)iitn & Co Smith nnd A)lett
limes, ilwclllng: $700. Sept 8.
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS!
WHITE SERVICE AND
IN LINEN AND COTTON DUCK. '
G2 So. Kinir St. No branches.
Tailor, 62 King St.