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EVENJNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. SATURDAY. SE.PT. 18, 1909
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Oseanle Third Degree.
I I IHWMDAV
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
C p. m.
I 'Mil V I
Hawaiian First Degree.
All visiting members of tka
Urdu are cordially lavlted to
uttflUil meeting of local lodges
HARMONY LOUQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Mctt.i overj Jionday evening at
J: 30 lu I. O O V Hall, Fort Street.
B. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
r. d. wicice, N. u.
All visiting brotlibis very curdlally
.?JDAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third frl-
iny evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
? tcrner Fort and Deretanlo. Visiting
' trotheri cordially Invited to attend.
v. u. nugent, a. c.
R. GOSLING. K. R. B.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0..E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, B. P. 0.
' ' Elks, meets lb their hall, on King
Sliest, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting llrothore uro cordially
Invited tu uttend.
H A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. C. E ASTON, Sec'y.
t" HONOLULU AERLE HO, F. 0. H
lnl on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY overlings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hal, corner
tleretanla and Tort streets.
Vlslitug Eagles are Invited to at
Mnd. W. M. McCOY, W., Trest.
H. T MOORE. Secy.
Wm. M'lUNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Ind nnd 4tb Baturday
veiling at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at-.
F. M. McGREW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOHSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT ALL BASI
) ih Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
WING ON CiiONG
Mattress anil Furniture Makers.
Picture Frames made to order and
a large variety of stock on hand.
Bethel St., opp. Empire Theater,
Herald Pure Rye and
"Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KINO ST.
"PHONE 140 V 0. tX 785.
!. A. Gunst & Co.
TORT AND KING STREETS.
Expert work a4 moderate nrices.
Eergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bluer.
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union. '
For eating, drinking and cooking1
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious .'
Vt.Utni C. . rtil OSU.
ttrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsvveot
uned), 1-2 lb. cakai .
German Sweet Chocolate, ,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Sl hj Latitat Oroc.r. la BosaliUu
Walter 'Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS,' U. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
No two men are jnit
alike no two luiti
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing:, don't
Only way ii to nave
them made for you.
Get nt to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
$15.00 3 bed-room house on On
lick ave., near car line.
$12.00 2 bed-room house, oartlv
furnished, at Hanoa Valley,
short distance from car,
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. Kin St '
New .Pattern tHats
Also Shapes ready, for trimming,
arrived in-Manchuria. .
Dunn's Hat Short
Cor. Fort and'Beretanla
CLEANING AND DYING.
F, Thomas Dveing Works
FRENCH LAUNDRY. Agents.
3. Abadie. Prop. Phone 1491.
Consular agents have been in
itrtictcj to make collections of the
commercial laws of all Central and
South American lepubllcs. The laws
will bo printed In English and dis
tributed In tho United StnteB to en
tourage trade with the Latln-Ame-lloau
k '-4a' IssssssV
LOCAL AND GENERAL
i 'i v . r
Trie "Big Nickel Scratch Pad for'sale
attht.B u 1 1 t l,n. office for five cents,'
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
quarter. , ( , , ,
Call and see Mlko Palun at the.En
core. Elegant display of new gowns, nt
,Oot your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat .Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
Tho stercoptlcon lecture given taut
night on tho West), Virginia by Kd
Tpwao was greatly, enjoyed by tho
men. About .160 wero In attendance
Services will be held tomorrow on thu
Tennessee, West Virginia, Colorado
Upon, tho refluent of United States
Attorney Breckons, Commissioner
Davis this morning continued tho
hearing In tho cast against tho master
of tho ship Scottish Monarch, who
faces a charge of .having allowed three
Chinese laborers ,to escape fiom ,the
vessel and .effect a landing In tho Ter
ritory. Tho case will go over for one
month during which Interval U Is pos
slblo that tho Chinese will be located
and returned to the ship.
Now fall suits at Jordan's.
'VEastern , Adept b and Western Med
Whitney A Marsh have Just opened
a full line of new wash materials.
Dr. Bell lectures tomorrow at the
Hawaiian hotel at 3 o'clock. Subject,
Special value In black taffeta and
white serge walking skirts at Jor
dan's. A full assortment of dress linens In
all Bhades, suitable for coat suits can
he found at Whitney & Marsh's.
Tho light of the Tungsten .lamp Is
of high brilliancy and of very attrac
tive quality while its use effects a
great saving In electric current.
Several of Sachs' popular specials
for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
aro advertised today. Also many new
goods in the lino of dress trimmings,
Your money will buy almost twice
as much furniture at Honolulu Wire
Bed Co. as anywhere else In town. Big
Block now In. Comer King and Ala
If. you want a real good shoo for a
little price try the Packard shoe sold
by Mcluerny'g Shpo Store. 'Tho Pack
ard combines many features not foum
In nnyothcr mako. "'
, .Quality, .comfort and .styles-all three
loaturcs In Regal shoes. Tho wear-i
(ng quality cannot' be compared to
other makes. :CalI at tho Regnl Shod
Storo and try on a pair, '
Immense assortment of office coats
at Silva's Toggery. Whethor jou fav
or pongee, alpaca, light serge, linen;
or n'oy other, material you. will find
what you waut In our stock. Elks-'
building. King near Fort. t
, Blanks books for office uso and all
other. uses at A. 11. Arlelgli & Co. Oet
Arlclgh's prices and see how much It
will b'e to your advantage to buy
there. Hotel street, opposite Unon.
Most beautiful lino of Fall millinery
now on exhibition at Alias Power's
millinery parlor, Fort street, second
floor of .Boston .building. Ladies cor
dially Invited to see the fashionable
If you have freight to be hauled
frpm.the, wharves getprlccs from Hoj
nolulu Construction & Draylng Co. It
you have unusually heavy hauling to
be done they have a traction engine
for this purpqsp. Phone 281.
A large shipment 'lot , English and
merican suiting of entirely new pat
terna suitable toe fall wear, has been
received by. the W. W. Ahana Co., the
leading, tailors,. and the Honolulu man
who Is particular about his, clothes
can be more than pleased.
. . 1
Carelessness on .tho part of TayM
yams, a Joianeso woman, prougni me
(Ire, department, this .morning .to Wal
pllupila pn-King.atreet, noar,Kameha'l
meha school, to flnd.Jlhat only a fowl
loams oi a mrec-sipry uuiiuoik,
known as the Ahlo block, .were slight'
ly -burned. , '
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Tlio steamer. Manna Kea, which afi
rived Uils. morning ironi.Hllo, had on
board a Chinaman, Aha died of tuber!
culosls oft Koko Head. His body wni
sent to the morgue, where an autopsy
was conducted by the government phy
Biclan. t u
AYLETT In this city. Sept. 18, 1309,
a Mr, andvMra. II. W. Aylctt, u
Pearls and diamond earrings val
ued at $1,500 were, found by customs
Inspe.clois at New York concealed
on the person of Miss Catherine Mc
Kee of Harrlsburg, Pa. She was ar
rested on jier arrival from Europe.
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Jas. He Love
COOKE SAYS HE HAS
FUEL PROOFS OF teCOVERY
CAPE RACE, Sept. 17. 'Tell America tn ImVe the fullest, confi
dence In my conquest of the North Pole. I have the full record of tho
observations taken by mc while on trip, nnd these will, prove the truth
of my claim," said Dr. Cook to u correspondent of the Associated Press,
according to a wireless message lecelved here liidny from tho 'Steamship
Oscar, on which Dr. Cook Is returning to this country.
Tho steamer, with the Intrepid explorer on board, will reach New
York some time Monday,
m i i si
TAFT SCORES TURNCOATS.
WINONA, Minn., Sept. 17. President Taft, In a speech delivered
here. tonight, defended the Payne bill", which he characterized tho best,
tariff measure which ever passed Congress. i
The President further asserted that the Insurgants abandoned thn
party In the light. This State Is n veritable hotbed of Republican Insur
NEW CHINESE MINISTER COMING.
PEKINO, Sept.. 17. Chang .Xing Tang, who has been appointed to
succeed Dr. Wu Ting Fang as Envoy, Extraordinary nnd Minister Pleni
potentiary to tho United States, lef t'Yoday for his new post nt Wash-.
GOVERNOR JOHNSON VERY LOW.
ROCHESTER. Mlnn., Sept. 17. At a late hour tonight It was an
nounced that Governor Johnson was very low and not likely to mirvlvo'
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GREAT WRITER IS EIGHTY-ONE,
MOSCOW, Sept. 17. Count I.eo Tolstoi today celebrated his elghtv
X JDO GElsJETjAT Excavating and Filling.
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
0. W,' MoDougall, Prop.
Wahl Adding and
Why should you buy an 'adding
machine jvhen it can be done on
a .typewriter, Any type writer
operator can manipulate it. Drop
in arid see it work.
.OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
AGENTS FORTHEREMINGTON TYPEWRITERS.
2. J A ' '
$1 .a Year
i 11 1 iiii.
SK SBl "bB SBl SsVI SBB I bbW SK
?- 'ii ji 'i mi 1 1
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
ENTIRELY NEW PATTERNS IN
ENGLISH & AMERICAN CLOTHES.
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S, King St. No Branches,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, September 15.
3AN FRANCISCO Arrived Bopt 16:
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco Aug. ia.
SAN FRANCISCOSalled Sept. 10:
S. S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
KAIIUI.UI Sailed Sept. 16: I
S. S. Itonui, for Port San l.uliv
4AN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 14
S. S. Alameda, 5 p. in., hence Sept. S
YOKOHAMA 8alled Sept. 14:
S. 8. Tcii)o Mnru, for Honolulu.
KAIIUI.UI Arrived Sept. 14!
S. S, Roma, from Port San Euls.
Per P. M. S. B. Mongolia. Motion
from the Orient, 3pt. 18. For llono
lulu: Dr. Duntop Moore, J. II. Ctle
O. U Ogle, Mrs. H. I). Wild, Mien Wild
Through: A. Anuuio, u. vv. Humor
M. W. ilrtiwn, Henry Bunch, A. 1
Butcher, Mis. A. H. Butcher, W. Chi I.
loph, N. C. Comfort, Miss M. (1. Cnnl
mark, O. W. Cram, Mrs. I). W. Crnnl
J. V. Daly. U. 8. N.. Miss J. DVnton
F. E. Foster. lrof. F. Fullcl.oni, .1. V
Clan. Il.vD. (llbbs. Mrs. IS. GlblM, A. J
IGlbsuu, .Muster W Gibson ami nurse
Mrs. M. (lleseke, Miss II. Olescko, C
K. Humlltan, Mrs. C. K Hamilton
Miss M. E. Hallow, Mrs. Coi It. Hai
vcy and 2 children. It. Kariiku, M.tilnn
M. Kragncr. Ada.n A. Kramer Mrr.
Alain A. Kramer, Alex M.tckeiulo
Mrs. A. II. Martin, Mis Mullli, Mrs,
It. 13. McOrnth, Mrs. F. Mur.il. Dr. T
N. Phillips, U. S. N Mrs P. ltlttei
and servant, Miss II. I.. Rlnnr Mnitr,
Mux Hitter, J. S. Ross Miss M. Ruck
M. Sanations. W. 12. Bauer. C. C. Scott
Mrs. C. C. Scott, Miss A N. Smith
Mrs. B. E. Thomas, 2 rhlliluii an.,
servant, P. W. Tlnnr.. Tong Man Yuci(
Tsui Ylng Young, Ceo. I. Wagner
Mrs. Ceo. J. Wngner and Ir.f.ml, 1 E
Walker. Mrs. F. E. Wallte-, Miss A
Walker, 8. B. Warner, Jit A. V
Weaver, Lieut. R. V. Wcavor, I)r Y
Wolf, C. (1. Worfo, V. do tln-Uu.
Per stmr. Claudlnc, for Mul I'f.rtf
Sept. 17, G p. m. II. P. Baldwin
Misses von Tempsky (2), ll, I. Bablaw
W. K. Btroulo, V. Chun Lung and
child, W. A. Anderson, vvli'i nnd I
children, John Jouos, Mrn Noblltt
Rev. S.. U Desha IMMIe P.'bIiu, II. W.
Rico unci wifo.
Per P. M. 8. 8. Mon-Im for 8 in
Franclbco, Sept. 19. II A Baldwin
F. F. Baldwin. Mrs. iluker, Mis Anlte
Hemenway, Lolhiiip Wlthliigton, Mrs.
W. M, Bray, tho Cougresslunal Party
Mrs. T. J. Smith, Miss A. C, Striynu,
F. T. 8tone and wife. H. G. Peter and
wire, Mrs. F. J. Glllett, Mm. Geo.
Mead, George Mcacl, llss Mormi, Mil's
Hardawny, Miss Dewey, M and ilin.
A. F. Judd.- Mrs. II. C. Pa nulco. Mis.
Mack, D. T. Fleming nnd wife, Miss
Ii L. Carpenter, Miss B. II. Allies rMis.
Emma Buchanan, Miss llMilct C
Hitchcock, Mrs. 11. O. Mlnghnni, A.
W. Collins, Miss Nora Bwi-nzy, C. S.
Davis, Miss Clurn Carponter. P. I!.
(Anderson, A. G. Hatch, Mr and Mik
Lelghton, Mrs. M. DIskoiI H.un I'ai'
ker, Jr., Ai '.i r Gay. IL 1". Wldimau.
Jr.Senat" V,. P Dillingham, Hon
Win. R. vV'.ce-.r. Pint 11. A. Mi Ills
Mr. and Mim. FiigUfon, Mis. Mldllu
ditch, Adinlivl and Mis, Holljiliy
Mrs. A. II. II. .BUM. I. H. Jaeger, Hnld
Dowsctt, R. Men!:'-. Jr.. loraiu)
O'Neal, Mrs L. A. Tliurston A. M.
Fish, Mrs. M. Townti-u I, C. W liar
vey nnd Mr. Harvey Elder. Mis Clan;
Best, J. D. Dole, Mrs. Mnpiou and
daughter, Chah. U'ln .mil wlfo, A, W.
E. Thompsi-i, II. O. Glmn.i. Dr l.iw,
rence, O. 8. Duckwilz, .1 A. Oilman.
Per T. K. K. 8. S, C'mu Main, fni
tho Orient. Scptcmbur 20. E. S. Aid
rich nnd vlfe, II. P. Wn'id and wife,
Dr, T. A. Packley, I.. Graco ('hai". Ben
nett, Miss M, WuldiOii, MUsos Howell
(2), Miss Hogg, Miss Eupait, A. Mac
klllop, Mrs. 8. F. Mei.a-,'0.
Cigars Going Through
Free Of Duty On
Board One million happy smiles nro going
through on the Mongolia In San Fran
rlsco free of duty In tho shao of one
million cigars from tho Philippines'.
With tho Payno tariff law In effect,
the Philippines get 150,000,000 cigars
In freo and this consignment starts the,
Tho iiows nf Harrlman's death was
not known to tho officers of the boat
until her arrival this morning unci In
icnscqucncu thu boat , was probably
tho mil) unit In tho Hanlman Inter
ests that did not suspend operations
for ono minute out of respect to tho
great railroad king,
The P. M. S. B. Mongolia, Capt. Mon
tun, docked shortly before 8:30 tbU
Saturday, Sopleinhcr 18.
P. M. 3, B. Mongolia, Morton, a. in,
P. M. B. S. Mongolia, 9 a. m.
Mrs..). Rankin, Miss E. Rankin,
II. J.Mllnr, Mrs. Blar, Dr. J. R.
Judd, Miss J. Fan, T. (1. Peters,
Mrs. Peters, Miss L. Kachnmoku,
r. C. Sadler, Mrs. Sadler, Miss C.
Unen, R. W. Filler, C. 11. Klugcl,
I. Grace, A. .1. Williamson, T. E.
Ilaldlng, W. II. Schoenlng, A. Can
stable, C. Both, Master EuttmanY
Miss Ruttman, C. L. Duckworth, J.
i1, Lynch, J. F. Llnderman, C. M.
rhonias, W. 8. May, It. J. Pratt.
a. Lelth,vH. P. Buckley, Miss K.
kl, T. O'Brien, Miss K.v Clinton,
I. S. Itlcknrd, Mrs. Y. M. Jaonene.
W. II. Hun, Mrs. Hun, W. Duker, J.
i. .Notiey, ii. u. Men,, it. ll. Ma
llkau, II. Corrca, M. Corren, Basaka
V. E. Ilrtine, II. U. Simpson, C
Wilcox, Lee Yuk Sec, Mrs. Yuk See
f. O. Woolcy, A. Wnal. W. William
on, ii. Tunaxa, k. Kurosawa, K
.latnno, J. Yamnnakn, J, McQueen,
Mrs. Ilntuno nnd Infant
Per Btr. Mnunn Kea, Freeman,'
Ironi lllli) and way iiorts, 7 a. m.-
Til HHAUNA KEA arrived thlt;
morning from Hllo, bringing the folt
lowing cargo: 1 horse, 3 cases chlckj
ens, 22 packages vegetables, 23 bogs!
empty bottles, 2 bags coin, G bags awnS
J2 bags taro, 33 barrels empt bottles J
turkeys. 10 crates celery, 75 hogs!
cabbago, 33 empty kegs, C00 ohla tics,!
12s packages sundries. jy
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho Mauna
Ken, which arrived this morning, re
portB the following sugar on Hawaii
ready for shipment: Walakea, 5722,
I.aupahoehoo, 3300, shipping today;
Ookala, 3000; Honokaa, C800; Kukal
Ml, D. GC3, II. 2S8; Kukulhaele, 0999;
Punaluu, 12,973; Honuapo, 1390.
THE IIONOKONO MAUU Is sclicd
uled to nrrlvo tomorrow, Kahuku hav
Ing got In touch with her yesterday,
Upon her ai rival Capt. Smith will
havo to answer to a chargo of allow
Ing three Chinamen to escrtia.
THE A.-H. B. 8. NEBKA8KAN v ( i
ters from Seattle for Honolulu whetK
tho leaves tho Sound on October 2.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANCE TO
12th Light-House District,
311 McCandlvss Building,
Honolulu, T. II. Sopt. 16. 1909
The following affects tho LUt o
Lights and Fog Signals, Puclfl
Coast, 1908, page 72, No. 333 (Lis
of Lights, Buoys and Daymarks, 12(1
Light-House Subdlstrlct, 1909, page
MAKAPUU POINT LIOHT-STAi
TION Oalui iBlnnd SE'ly Point.
On October 1, 1909, or us Boon thoreJ
after as practicable, there will be
established at this Station a hypher
tadiunt light, flashing white 7Vj sec
onds, ccllpso 1 seconds, about 421
feet above hleh wntnr 11ml 2T lev
above the ground, on n cement-gray
cylindrical tower 20 feet In dialing
ter at tho base, surmounted by 1.
nyper-rodlnnt lantern with vcrtlca
posts nnd horltontnl sash bars, paint
Tho. light wilt be visible front 1
vcbsel from 11 cleg, true (N 1-1C K
mag.) around by west and south tc
123 dcg. true (SB by K 15-10 1
mag.) obscured botween ,161 deg
true (SSB 9-16 E mag.) and 171 deg
true, (S by K 11-1G mag.) by Ma
nana Island. In clear weather thi
light should bo vlsiblo at a dlstanri
of 28 miles, the observer's eye beln
15 feet abuvo sea level.
Approximate geographic .position
Latitude 21 18' 47" as takon fronl
Hawaii Territory Survey, 1902.
Longitude 137", 39' 8" as tulici
from Hawaii Territory Survey, 1902
y order of tho Llght-Hous'
V, B. HOUBTON,
Lieutenant,' U. B. N
Assistant to the Inspector, 12th I.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured .by U BulletlJ
Vn llMnr Onniini
morning, a day oveitlme. She carrlei
five passengers for Honolulu nnd 140B
tons of fi eight, tho unloading of whlcu
is being done by an oxtra largo forcj
Among tho passengers going througS
Is Consul-General Thomas SanlinonC
of Seoul, Korea.
Despite tho fact that this Is voJ
ago 23 for tho Mongolia no accldetif
has jet marred her trip, but believer!
lu tho magic number still have hopil
after tho Congressmen get on boars
The delay of tho ship In reaching pud
gives the visiting lawmakers an e)l
day In Honolulu, as she does not lray
until (1 n'lnnl. ..-... .. 1 I
ii(ii,i u u uuw iuuiuiiun muniintii ij.i