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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, snPT. 21, 1009
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reaular.
Honolulu Commandery Red
All visiting members ot th
order are cordially Invited to
tteud meetings of local lodge
BAitAlUtf X LUJJliE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1.
Mt.i rr) Monday evening at
(3d ii. ' 0 O F Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
i V 0 WICKE, N. a.
An iirxuik, iirutberi very cordially
OAHU LODGL, No. 1, 1 ot P,
Jp Meets rO drst and third Frl
xay eveulug at 7.30 In K. ot P. Hall,
ecrnor Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
Drotlierr cordially Invited to attend.
r. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
R, GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. F. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, B. P. O.
Ells, mccta In their ball, on King
Btrect, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
12. A. DOUTIIITT, E. H.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE ,140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tbo 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
J: SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Hereunto and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles an Invited to at
Un1. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
11. 1 MOOKB. Secy.
87m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, BLoIP.
1 Meets evirj .Ed nnd 4tb Saturday
timing at 7:30 o'ulock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Doretanla. Visit
Jog brntberB cordially' invited to at
fnd. T. M. McfJREW, C. O.
E. A. JACOIISEN, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every Drst nnd third Thurs
days of eaeb month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
I,. A. PERRY, Sachem.
12. V. TODD, C. of R.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Edward Everett Hale
i unntuw a. T.vnw en t.tti
P. J ' Younc BMc.
Ar2 Your Clothes Faded?
ikA . '
"? " n.Trr. trorrTmr tatimtitiv
.T Aliftdie. Fron..
J Is the agent for
. F. Thomas Dyin-r Works of S. F.
GEARY STREEr ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEl ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PUN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
(J A new down town holil. Slut ind
brick itrucluro. Furnished it a cost ej
$150,000. Etiij comfort and cominl
tnci. On car lnia trinttirrlng to all
parts or cilj. Omnlbaa uU all train
Now recognized aa Hawaiian
Cable Address "IRAWETS."
A B.C Guide.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we lay it will be. We
don't experiment on antoa; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUIIDIHO. '
5 Telephone 5 '
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakca and Hotel Street.
King, ljcar South.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO;
J, W, KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Formerly cutter (or H. P, Roth,, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR 4
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Come and learn particular! at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING 00.
Beretania si.. Opp, Sacba'.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kirnr St.: P. 0. Box 914
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
(rood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THE0. H. DAVD3S & CO., AGENTS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel 8crateh Pad for tale
at the Bulletin office for five centi,
I one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred theeti of good paper. Six for a
Call and seo Mike I'aton at tlio En
Get your hat cleaned at the leading
Hat Cleaner, 11C4 Fort street.
Mrs. C. II. llnlloway was among tlio
outgoing passengers today on thu
Down nt Dick's nvcry Saturday,
turkey lunch nil cllierVof eshmciud,
Royal Annex Bar. All are Invited.
.Mrs. Nairn llakuole sailed today on
the Mauna Kca for Olaa. Hawaii. She
went in company with Mrs. C. 8. Hoi
loway. Major Wlnslow went to Maul on tlio
steamer Mauna Kc.i today, and will
probably return next Saturday on the
Senator Makckau, who has been
(siting friends In Honolulu, will leave
on tlio Mauna Kea next week for his I
homo In Ilamakua, Hawaii. I
Manager Everton of the Seamen's j
Institute called on Mayor Fern this!
mn.nll. wilt. fnfnMn ,n au.n.tH!
in.., ,,. nt,,, ivtuunu .u BVLUiiii,,
the band to play at the Instltuto for
the benefit of the Jacklcs off the Pa
cific Fleet. Secretin Klvoilbnrgh
took the matter up nnl will arrange
a date for Mr. Evftrton.
An elk's tooth watch fotrwas lost'on
Hackfeld wharf. See,classltlLdtads.
The Hawaiian Trust Company,
Ltd., will handle your orders for
tne purchase or salo of stocks and
bonds, large or small, In a manner
that will bo eminently satisfactory
Hae J on acquired the habit ot. sav
ing? There Is bound to be a "rainy
day" when what ou havo saved when
the sun was Bhlnlng will com.) in
mighty handy. The Savings Depart
ment ot the Rank ot Hawaii, Ltd., I?
the place for this "Rainy Day" fund.
Onq dollar opens an account and Inter
est la paid at four and onc-lmlf icr
Pope's Chamberlain Invent Device to
Print By Electricity.
Paris, Sept. 11. Cerebotaul, tlio
Italian bishop and a chamberlain ot
tho Pope, has Invented a telegraphic
typewriter which possibly will bo ac
cepted by M, Mlllerand, minister of
posts, telegraph and telephone, and
Installed throughout France. '
Tho machlno Is extremely simple,
Imagine a tjpewrlter keyboard which
is Installed at Paris whllo an Inked
roller with type Is set up at UruBsels,
thu two connected with telegraph
wires and you have tho paraphernalia.
Any t plst can tap out a message und
It will be printed almost slmultantnus-
ly at tho other end of tho wire at a
speed twlco that given by the Morsu.
Bjstem. A groat udantage Is that tho
receiver and sender In this system can
bo connected with any telephone wire
and transmit messages without Inter
ruptlng the telephone communica
tions. Menellk, tho black King, was tho
first to ndopt tho new Invention, when
a few months ago he decided to estab
lish a system ot telegraph In his coun
try. Experts advised tho adoption qt
Bishop Cercbotanl'g invention.
185 edltorlal'i-oSm. 256 busi
n.s cfflc. Tries' are trie t.l.phon.
number of th. Bull.tln offlc. r "
, 1 to 5 years.
20 ROOMS FURNISHED.
YEvcelleni Location, "t
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
82 S. King St,
No Dampness. No Bugs.
City Transfer Co. n. IC0
1 Jns. Hi Love PPOllP I5Z
Governor Johnson Dies
After Heroic Struggle
ROCHESTER, Minn., Sept., 20. (uernnr Johnson dkll early thli
morning. Lnst night the Ooernor'a condition became so serious Hint
(be attending phslclanB g:ic up hope nnd announced that the patient
could not live through tho night. I
Famous Explorer Has
Arrived In New York
NEW YORK, Sept. 20. The Hteamshlp Clear II., bearing Dr.
Cook, arrived tonight and anchored off Flro Island. Early tomorrow
morning the ship will dock and tho passengers will bo allowed to laud.
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NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 20. Fournio dead nnd $100,000 worth nf
damage Is reported as the result of
this section. Tho Btorm nhatcd today and It was possible to tako
stock of the damages.
All of thu telegraph nnd telepphono wires loading Into tlio sur
rounding country are down, and communication has been ontliety
broken. Though no authentic Information has been received from tho
outsldo districts, It Is 'believed that the
tho damage heavy.
PEARY'S SHIP ROOSEVELT ARBIYES AT SYDNEY, N. S.
SYDNEY, N. S, Sept. 20.i Tho steam schooner Roosevelt, tho
stnunch craft In which Commander Peary made his dash lo the North
Pole, anchored off Saint Paul's Jstand tonight. Today tho vessel will
Mrs. Peary, tho'wlfo of the explorer, enmo with her children to
greet the Incoming ship, nnd the family were united today. A gieat
reception is being prepared for the distinguished explorer.
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REV. CROWLEY INJURED.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sopt. 20. Tho Rev. Dennis O. Crawley was
struck by a tnxlcab today and seriously injuied. Father Crowley, for
a long ttmo president of the Youth's Dlicctoiy, Is one. ot tho best-known
Roman Catholic priests In San Frnnclhco.
Drayine; and Expressing: '
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. McDougall, Prop.
j.) , M
Tho following' wlielcss. sent Sep
tember 29, was received by tho agents
of tho steamship Lurllnu this morn
ing: ' '
Eight p. in. 1250 miles from Hono
lulu. 3900 tons cargo for Honolulu
Including stores for liuval fleet. Sixty
five passengers; fifty-eight packages
Wells Furgd express. Nd mall; 3000
tons cargo, for Hllo, 1000 tons cargo
for Kaliulul, Will arrive In Honolulu
luto Friday night,.
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THE SUCMIt LIST on Hawaii, ns
brought by tho Mauna 1-oa, Is as fol
lows: Honuano, 85; Punaluu, 8777;
Honokaa. 0700; Kiikulhaulo 5999; Kit
E. CX Hall & Son,
tho terrific storm which' lslted
mortality lias been dreadful and
Excavating and Filline.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nunann Stream
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
ALAMEDA HAS 99
it Tlio following wireless has it
it been rccoved by tho Agents fron tl
it tho S. S. Alameda: 11
"Sent. 20. 1909. it
ii "Alameda, 8 p. m. All well, it
U Flno weather. 1215 'miles, 99 it
ri. cabin, 41 steerage 250 lugs mull, ii
it Wo". Fargo expresif." ti
it tt tt n it it it it it it tt it n tt u ii it it
THE T. K. IC. S S. Chlyo Mai'u,
Orcene, departed for the Orient this
morning strictly on time, turning op
postto tho Mntson wharf. Sho carried
a number nf laj -overs from hero on
tho fcccond lap of their voyngo acioss
ENTIRELY NEW PATTERNS IN
ENGLISH & AMERICAN CLOTHES.
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S, Kim? St. No Branches,
f vt a " ""iwwaiwlnm
j IN FOREIGN PORTS j ARRIVED
Monday, September 20,
SEATTLE Suited Sopt. 18:
S. S. Hyndes, for Honolulu.
SAN l'RANCISCO tilled Sept. 17.
S. S. Lurllnu, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sopt. IS:
S. S. Columbian, fur Honolulu.
H. S. Aliuuedu, noon, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 19:
S. S. Knlorurlpo, froni Hllo, Sept. 19.
l'UNTA ARENAS Arrived Sept. 16.
S. S. Texan, from Hllo Aug. 18, tor
O A VIOTA Called Sept. 10:
M. Chtlcntt. for Honolulu.
REDONDO Arrhcil Sept. 19:'
W. II. Marston, from Hllo, Aug. IS.
Per stinr. Klnnu Gregory, for Kauai
Sept. 21, 5 p. in. H. Kruno, O. N. Wil
cox, K. W. T. Purvis Miss M. Wntor
house. Dr. Hoffman, wife nnd children,
Miss Mabel Kolclloa, Mrs. J. Asch, Ah
Per stinr. Mlknhala, Tullett, for Mo
lokal. Sept. 21, G p. m. R. W. Cath
cart. Dr. J, It. Judd and wife, Francis
Ony nnd parly,
j WATERFhoNT N0TE8
THE NEXT BAIt.lNGor tho Amor-Ican-Ilawnlluii
Company from Hono
lulu will he tho steamer Pleiades,
which, arriving Thursd-iy, Is expected
to depirt Saturday i)r Suudny for Sin
Francisco, (leneral Agent Morto llih
morning stated that ho was iiutililo to
cnntiadlrt tho Sun Francisco ititlclo
staling that tho Itoiiululiiun wou'il
carry 200 pjsnengers. As nil oilier (to
talis agree with thu advices received
by' Mr, Morso ho thinks tt imstllilo
that thcic might hive been n (liniigu
In plans. Shu was to larry but 40.
THE OIUTANK Bleutner W. S. Por
ter, Captain MdcDomtld, wns foirud
to stay outside tlio harbor until the
Chljo Mnru left this morning. Ar
riving last illght oliout 9 o'clock, she
nnchured and after preparing to conio
Intlile this morning, round that sho
could not pass between thu Chljo and
a kchnoner to bcr berth ut tho rail
road wharf. Sho tamo In Immediately
nfler tho big trans-Pnclflc liner depart
ed and commenced unloading her oil.
She cleared from San Pedro, with
(lav Iota oil.
NEXT FRIDAY will bo a busy day
for big steamers on the wntei front,
tho Alameda, Lurllne and,-owing to
Its delay In stalling from Yokohama,
tho Tenjo Maru also, will nrrlvu. Tho
Pleiades will airlvo Thursday morn
ing nnd tho fleet will anlvn .Saturday.
As tho Tenn Maru will probably Btay
until Saturday Ihem will bo twelve
big steamers In poit nt once besides
tho Maura Ken mid others of tho In
ter Island licet nnd sailing cssels.
Tlir; TlAllK Knlnlnnl. Cnntnln Collv.
arrived this morning, with 2400 tons
of (onl on hoard, from Newcastle. Sho
Is consigned, to Haekfold & Co. and Is
nt present tied up nt thu Chunnol
Whnrf. Tlio irmgarii lias gono niounu
to her rcgulnr berth.
THE STEAMERS Mauna Lo.i and
W. O. Hall urilvcd this morning ut nu
early hour with freight nnd passen
gers and mall.
THE M. N. S. S. Hllnnlnu leaven
San Francisco for Honolulu on tho
24th Inst, with fi eight und passenger,
THREE VESSELS SAME
Accoidlng to .wireless messages
received this morning, tho Aliimcdii,
Lurllne nnd Tenu Maru woro 1,200
miles off port. This Is peiluips tho
first Incident whore two or nioio os
sein weio In communication with
hind at about the same dlstnnco ut
sen, Tho Alameda nnd Lurllne nio
hound this vvuy from tho Coast, nnd
tho Teno Maru Is on Its way bore
from tho Orient. The Alameda Is
scheduled to uritve Friday morning,
vvhjle the Luillno will get In sumo
time Friday. Tho Tcno Mnru Is
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
Mondnv. Konlfttilint. 9n
8. S. W. S. Porter McDonald, fiom
(l.ivlotn (off port 8 p. m.).
Am. hk. R. P. Hlthqt, Irew, from
San Fruuclsco. 8 n m ntiriwn.i ,.rr
TuoEilny, Scitemher 21.
Btmr. Mauna Ui, riiim Kona and
Knu ports, n. in.
Tuesdny, Septi niVr 21.
Slmr. Mnuna Kca, Freeman, for Hllo
nnd way portn, 12 noon.
Slmr. Llkcllko, for Honokaa and Ku
kuihiiole, 10 n. In.
T. K. K. S. S. Chljo Mnru, Oreeno.
lor Orient, 9 n. m.
Stllir. Iwnlnrl. for Mnhllknnn mi. I
Wawnlhne, C p. m.
Slmr. Mlkalmla, Tullett, for Moloknl
and Maul orts, 5 p m.
Stmr, Klnnu, for Kauai irartB, 5 p. m.
I DUE TOMORROW
' Slmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai porta,
Stmr. Claiidlno, from Maul ports,
T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru, from Yo
kohama, a. in. (pusslhly not until I'rl
da) n. in.)
8. S. Plclndes, from San Francltco,
T, K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru, for San
I'lantlBCo, C p. ni., possibly.
O. S. S. Alameda, from San Fran-
clico, n. m.
M. N. S. S. Lurllne. from San Fran
cisco, u. in.
Pnclflc fleet, from Mnnlaca bav losti
Stmr. Mauna Kea. Freeman, from
Hllo and way ports, a. m.
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ier sinir. Ainiina uoa, Slmcrson,
f i om Koua and Maul porta. Sept. 21.
Mrs. F. J. Hare, Miss N. E. Ilcssln.
L. Ah Tnl. Miss M. Kuinlpo. H. T.
Rarclay und wife Chov Ho. v-
Cliong.C. M. Chung, J. Morso and wlfo,
i. near, ll. wnlnu. Father Charles,
Anion Mornnho, Ah Sing, II. K. Scbo
field, S. Ilnniamoto and wlfo. MIbh II.
Hnmamolo, M. Ilamnmoto, Mix. J, E.
F. Dillon, Mrs. J. E. Dillon', Mrs. Jo
ell, Mltn T, Mastlnu, Miss J. Kavve
ehl, J. E. Axtcll, II. Williams and
wlfo, a. R. Lindsay, Rov. Yel Kin. A.
11, New oil. O. F. Newel, C. Peterson,
Mrs. 12. llonzol and 57 deck passen
Per stmr. W. O. Hull, from Kami
ports, Sept. 21. A. U. Hills, Mrs.
Lovoy, C. Lengron, Hcl Tut, Chow
Chip and 9 deck passcugors.
Per stmr. Mauna Koa, Freeman fi..
Mnul ami Hllo, Sept. 21, noon. A. J.
Williams, J. C. llurgcsi, N, J. Schocn
be or, Mis. Y. M. .loanun. Mrs, Heeb,
8. Cliaco, .1, If, Mackeuzlo, Dr, Dacnn
and wiro. Major B. E. Wlnslow, F. M.
Swnnzy. MIlho3 Turner (2), Miss
Grnco Parrons, Miss Hatch, Mrs. I- S.
August and eon, J. DoRocha and wlfo,
Mary Do Rocha. Mra. Chester Wells.
Mrs. Nln llonsalnor, J. C. Mcdcnir
and' wlfo, Mlssos Von Tempsky, Minn
II. nir,Un, D. Y. Campbell and wlfo,
Mis. L. R. Sargent, MIsb Alice Kolley,
J. II Oslo, O. 8. Oglo, A. Van Hens
selser nnd wife, H. Irwin and wlfo,
children, nnd scrvnnt. ,1. S. Wndman
nnd wlfo. Dr. W, II. Schocnlng, II, B.
llahllmr. V. Dent It. Frlecltey, J. M.
Swanton. T. Murray, Isaac Tcbta, Miss
Per T. K. K 8. S, T'llju Mam, for
the Oilont, Soptomber 20. 12 S, Aid
llch and vlfe, II, P. Wind nnd wlfo,
Dr T. A. Packley, L. Oraci ('has. Den
nett, Miss M. Wnldio.i MUsih llouell
(2), Miss Hogg, Miss itnpoit, A. Mae
klllop, Mrs. S. F. Mena-.'u.
t mt .
THE SCHOONER James A. Druco
Ib reported at Muhukoua, loading
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