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Oceanic Stated and Thlid
Hawaiian Second Degree
All Hsltiug members of tha
Jrtlei ar cordially Invited to
ttetnl iiicflliiK' of local lodges
HARMUfl LODtih, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet ever) Monday evening t
I! 30 In I. 0. O. K Hall, Fort Street
E. H. HDNDflY. Secretary.
V. D ICKU, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordUllj
DAEU LODGE, Ho. 1, JC ot P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
lay eveulug at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
ecrnor Tort and Beretanla. Vliltlng
' brotheis cordially Invited to attend
V. I.. NUOBNT, 0. C.
11. U03LINO. K. H. 8.
HONOLULU I0DGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets in their hall, on Klag
E'reet, near Kort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
nKd to attend.
C A. DOUTHITT, B. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
202oaJLlT AERIE 140, P. 0. X.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WKU
SESIJAY evenings of each month at
J; 19 o'clock lu R. ot P. Hall, corn
"eretanla -and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
Y. M. McCOT, W., Prest,
' H. T MOORE. Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY I0DOE No.8, K.off .
Meets every Ind and 4th Saturday
svcnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot '
Hall, cor. Tort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend; F. M. McQREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. 8
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 attend.
L. A. PERnY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
L Piano Tuning
Expert work at moderate orices.
Bergstrom Music Cc, ltd,
Odd Fellows' Bldjr.
FOB SALE AT ALL BABI
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nient of Latest Styles in
1028 NTJUANU ST.
PfSFECTION ROOF PAINT
' Giro it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
Rood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios.
j3g"r-'or oj9-' cards Bulletin.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
1128 Fort St.
Your machine will be ready for
yon when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment ou autos; we repair
' Co., Ltd.
ALEXANtp.R YOUNO BUrLDINO,
5 Telephone 5
C. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakca and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
The kind that fit.
Kins, near Sonth.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alake'a St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kin? and Bishop Sts.
AIL THE FITTINGS POR
Agents for the Kitsel Ear and
Bells, Private Telephones.
Changes to Light Wiring.
Union Eleotrio Co.,
J. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
Beautiful New Hats
Now on view at
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
Levy's for Groceries
$65 FOR 'NEW
See the rebuilt machines. They
can't be distinguished from new.
Just as good as new.
A.B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
032-933 Fort St. Tel. 52,
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 855,
(local and general
The Bla Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
at the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, mads up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mlko Paton at the En
core. If you want a good Job dons on at
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen Bt,
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabia."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Peed Co., agents.
Look out for Ihu big clothing sate
nt reduced prices beginning September
30, for ono week only, at U D. Kerr
& Co.'h on Alakea street.
The Klos-flt pcttlcontB now being
shown at Snchs Dry Hoods Co. arc Just
the thing to wear under the present
style dresses In hcalherbloom, sateen
aiul moire, $1.50 to $3.75.
JACHIES OF TWO
NATIONS AT PLAY
Around town last night the Jack
tars, both American and Dutch, had
the tlmo of their lives. And tbo two
nationalities got on very well to
gether. On all tho main streets could
be seen groups of sailors from tho
friendly )owers boatH, arm In arm.
and straw hat by cotton one, wending
their way towards somo refreshment
parlor where an ever-Increasing thirst
could he quenched.
The moving picture shows were
crowded, and the boxing contests drew
a largo audience. Tho Wavcrley dance
hall did a thriving business and sev
cral other two-step palaces did well
also. The skating rink had Its usual
hugo gathering, and the Orpheiim wns
packed with an enthusiastic nudlence.
Hotel street looked a typical How
ery, and a new element wob Introduced
by a real up-to-date "Darker," who,
through a megaphone teil 1 of the won
ders to bo seen within the Aloha Park.
Collector of Internal Rovcmto Wal
ter Drake slated this morning that
Otto 'Berndt, who hns been In charge
of tho distillery nt Hilo, had reslgiitd
from the service nnd that his place nt
flllo will be taken by C. D. Prtnglc.
who has been In chargo ot tho ware
house In Honolulu. Tho vacancy
caused by Prlngle's assignment to
llllo will bo filled by l.uthor Kvnns.
who stands tho highest on the Civil
Service list of cllgibles.
YARRICK DRUNK AGAIN
The Demon Drink has a mortgage
on Charles Yarrlck, who obtained
much unwonted notoriety lately by
Imbibing muchly while n juror In1
the conspiracy trial. After having
got drunk twlco while sitting on
that case and being fired from the
court room, he escaped the atten
tion of the pollco for some time.
Lately, however, ho looked upon
liquor so much (being presumably
on the tabu list, he couldn't drink
It) that he got a Jag. IJelng jerked
he smiled his little apologetic smile,
put up ball nnd never showed up
again. IHs ball was forfeited this.
morning. Yarrlck Is on the pqllce
tabu list and no liquor Is allowed to
be sold to him, but he manages to(
get It somehow.
NO MORE STRIKE
Practically all ot tho plantations
have their full quota of men nt
work, and tomorrow thej-allroad will
stop hauling strike breakers. These1
laborers have been transported to
and from tho Ylantatlons at lai'go
expense and trouble in order to keep
the work golhg, but now mo4t of the
stilkers are buck at work, and It Is
no longer necessary to securo out
side labor. ..
Tomorrow the Itapld Transit Com
pany will pay Its regular quarterly
4 per cent dividend. About $8,0110
will be distributed among the stock
holders. WISE PRECAUTION.
Henchman "In placing your namo
before the convention Judge Windrow
u going to laud you to tho skies."
Candidate "That being tho caso. I'd
1 better Invest in a parachute."
No Dampness. , No Bug.
Jas. H. Love
CHAM.Fr. p rgiMP
More Legislation For
SI'OKANK, Sept 28.--President Tuft, In tho course of n speech de
livered here todny, niado tho stale men t that more legislation is Imper
ative If tho policy ot withdrawing wnlcrpowcr sites in the conservation
of the natural lesource of the country la to lie kept up.
TWO MILLIO N SPECTATORS.
NBW YOItK, Sept. 28. Two 111 lltloii people witnessed the opening
of the tludun-l''ultoti memorial celc bratlon todny. The great historical
pageant opened under tho most ausp lclous cticuiiiMtiiuces, nnd Ihu great
crowds wcie not backward In expr easing their ciitliusluBin aer nnd
their approbation of the ceremonies. '
I ' ' m
'". EIGHT LOST IN OCEAN TRAGEDY.
I'llll.ADIXl'IIIA, Sept. 28. Another dlsatter wail added to din list
of ocean tragcdlca today, when the steamship (.ere, Falling under the
Norwegian ling, foundered off thn Delaware capes. Klght peixons lost
their lives when the ship went down.
:; .'.-'-rsari" i ' " H" "" u '
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
0. W. HoDougaU, Prop.
.WAS II TO I
WHITTLE SUCCEEDS IN
One Man Causes Disagreement and
Second Trial of Wiapahu Riot
ers Is Without Result.
Declaring that he would not vote
for the conviction ot the Wiapahu
rioters If tho Jury was locked up for
n year, Joseph 'Vhttel, sign painter,
secures tlio credit for Hanging tno
second Hot Jury, which amounts to
tho ncqulttal of the accused men. .
Tho balloting at- 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon stood 11 to 1 fit con
viction, Wliltto'lielng tho man to
hold out. During the discussions In
the Jury room Whittle made fre
quent disparaging icmnrlis about the
plantations mid Indicated plainly
that It was useless for tlio eleven
other jurors to nttenlpr to convince
Whittle that tho ovldcnco presented
during the trial was conclusive and
sulllclent to convict, liut Whlttlo
insisted that It was useless to at
tempt to coiivinco him, and that If
he was to be sentenced to jail for
ten years ha would not voto for con
viction. Judge Du Holt was forced to nd
nilt last night that It was useless to
hold tho Jury and discharged them
shortly after C o'clock.
It Is stated that the first ballot
showed tho Jury evenly divided, hut
tho suiitlment gradually changed fur
YmM I OL
CIHCAdO, Sept. 28. Tlio llonor
nhlo Chnrlei Crane, tho now cnMiy
cxlrnnrillnnry nnd minister plenipo
tentiary to China, left horn tonight
for lits podl ut I'ekln.
It la not jet. known whether Mr.
Cintie will go to Ills post via tho
I'aclllc tir not. l'nrller itlsp.itchrs
snld he would go to IVkln thiimgli
Itusnln u tul the trniui-Bllieilnii mil-
Excavating and Filling.
Vinsyurd St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
conviction lintll Whittle wns the
only man who didn't think tho evi
dent o sulllclent.
Word reached Honolulu this morn
ing that tho two Portuguese who were
supposed to have been ill owned from
nn overturned ranee on Harbor's) Point
have succeeded In reaching the shoro
ond uro now nt Pulo.i. Their com
panion, n Hnmo.iu, reached shoro two
days ugo. Haying that their canoo had
overturned nnd that the 1'nrluguct.c,
being unable to swim, were clinging
to the keel of tho boat In the shark-In-rested
waters. I.-iuiicIioh were sent
in search for them from tho Colorado
but were unable to locato them. I.alo
last night they managed to land ou
Barber's Point nnd wulked oveiland
to Piilou after 24 bourn of paddling
with their hands towards the shore.
Tho liberal ncwspajicrH of Mailibl
have pulillfhcil n protest ngnlust the
cnntlmianai of government censor
ship, and they threaten to strike un
less this roitilctloii Is lemmecl.
11. C. Filek and tlio Mellon Interest!)
aro forming nn Immense- steel com
bination, to 'Include among other
plants tho new t2UO.OOQ.000 mill nt
Bandits who attacked the postnlnce
at Mlass, in Samara province, Itussla,
escaped with 140,000 after killing four
M, Paiillinu, tho French nvl-ilor,
used his ucioplaiia In making a toelal
ARMY, NAVY AND CIVILIAN
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S. King St. No Branches.
j .. VJ. 1
I IN FOREION PORTS , DEPARTED
Wednesday, Stplembcr 23.
SAN ntAN'CISCO-Sailed Sept. 28:
ii. H. IlnlerprUc, for lliintiltilit.
lt()N6lPU ArrUcd Sept. 2D:
Schr. Defender, fiom ol'rt l.udlow.
MAKAVi:i.l Sailed Sept, 28i
S. S. Kambcsl, for Sydney.
"Old Steady" Leaves Her
Dock Few Minutes
A larger mid Jollier eiowd than
usual sped the O. S. S. Alameda on
her way to S.in franclsco this morn
ing, ten or llftccn minutes after her
traditional time of 10 o'clork. Judg
ing from tile ehlente of her pasHen
ger list, the population ot Honolulu
Is "going borne" In the wny of slay
ing ut home, ns she hail !)!i passou
gcrs in nml took only rr nut, ' Tho
truvelei-H eiistward have been out
iiuiilbcicil by the ineomerx for the
last two months.
1 tor smaller passenger list, was
mine tlinii made up by u full nrgo,
I.7HI) tons of general cargo going
Kilscowuidit. I'oiiileen liuiiilieil
niH'H of eanneil pliieapileH form part
of her ian;o, mid fi.iMio lninrhei of
bnniiuax me nl.o on board. There
me hut blxlceu In the steerage.
There were few l.amanlnns going
out, but iiriong those who were, Wal
ter (I. Smith, e.-edlloi- of the Adver
tiser, win the tntHt piouiliient. All
lliipii'mptu leeepllon was held on
board and he was given a mining
bend-ofT by his former n!nrf anil his
H. A. I'helis U mal.lti); bli last
trip on homil of her ns wlieless ope
i ii tor. he having nliemly rent In his
leslgliatlou In Mm llnlleil Wlrelesi
The follow;ln'g wlrelena waa rceelved
this morning b Castle & Cooke Ironi
"Klglit p. m. 880 miles fiom Hono
lulu. Light weit wind nnd wnoolli
M-a. Clear weather. All well. K.
ltd to nrrlvo qiiaraiitlno S p. in. Fri
day. 17011 tons of cargo. -'13 passen
gers, r,2 sacks mail. Wells, Fiirgo ex
'Continued from Pams 11
not seen It ns yot who mo ory anx
ious to go.
Tho United Status supply ship fllti-
cler, which Is en route from tho coast
with stoics for tho Pacific fleet, now
In pent, wns talking last night with
the ships nnd tho Kahuku stntlnu, mid
reported fair weather, with nil well
on hoard, mid staled that she would
nrrlvo tomorrow afternoon soimi time.
Petty Officers' Ball.
On Filday night at tlio Young hotel,
tho chief petty olllcers of the Pacific
fleet will give their fnuitli annual re
ceptlou and ball.
Honolulu people who lmvo been
present at the p-evlouii balls, will wel
come thiamin no doubt with a gieut
deal of pleasure.
West Virginia Wilt Go.
. In splto of ull i.iporU In tho eon
trnry, thn repairs to the pint high
pressure o Under of the West Vliglnla
will bo completed In plenty of time to
turn tho engine over beroro (ho fleet
Iinve.i for Nino's Bay, Kvon If ie-
pairs could nut bu completed, she could
till leave, nn nlio bus u four-cylinder.
trlple-expaii!(lon engine which could
to connected up without tho high
piessuro cylinder, liulll such tlmu as
the work Is finished,
As the fleet will not lonio until the
morning of October S, there still re
mains enough tlmo to make the re
pair. Tbo Honolulu Iron Works haw
the contract for tho wink, ami .Mali
nger Hudemniiu Will seo that his men
finish the Job on contract time.
Preparing For Neptune.
"Nopluiio will soon pay his legal
visit, my honitlcs!" Is something Hint
Is being said ii good deal ut piescnt
on tho ships of the fleet, im 'there, uro
a Inige number of men In pint now
wlio-have never "crossed the line" nnd
Neptune does not allow anjouo to
cross his saeieil domain until they
I'tivn paid tiibulo to him nnd IiIh rojal
Hi cat lueparatlons mo heing niadn
to lec-lvo Neptuiui on liiianl tills year,
nnd when tho equator In leiiched tho
liioul elafiorato couit Hint has ricr
been held on the Paclllo fleet will be
in session. For tho sake of thoto uli,i
Iiiivii never eiossed tho line. It would
not Im fair to those who huve In say
what will happen, but those who have
not, prepaio In join as good fellun's
the ranks of Master MarlneiH,
"For Sale" cards it BulUtln.
Wcilnesday. September 2D.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for Sail
1'ianrlBco, 10 n. m.
' P It. 9. S. Asia, flnukioger, for tlio
Orient, ,' p. in.
A.-ll. S. S. Columbian, for Han Trail-
P. .M. S. S. Aula, (laukioger, fi nut
Sail I'ranclsco. 4
Slinr. Clamlliie, from Mnul poitu,
a. m. ,
M. N. S. H. Illlonlati, riom Han Krnii
Iseo, Htmr. Mnima I.oa, from Kona nml
Kail lMirtH. a. m.
Htmr. Clninllne, for Maul poitn, n
P. M. S. 8. Kon-n from Yokohama,
.lap. cruiser Mzumi, fiom Yoko
tier, eiiiher Arriiun, fiom China r.ta-
Ilr. cruiser Bedford, fiom China sta
Per H. H. Alanieilii. IXiwdell, for San
I'lanclteo, 8cp(; 20. 10 it. m. XIr. mid
Uro. Ilrulck. Mhs A. Herbert, .Miss
ugiistii Mengler, .Mrs. F. Hollowny,
U!sn tl. Parson. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Ma
iieiin. .Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Van ltesselaer.
Mo; Ion Polio. .Mr. nnd .Mm. Douglas,
Mis. J. llnnkln, Mlix II. Itnukln, Airs.
U. S. .Mack, .Mrs. A. M. Mellln, MWs
I. II, (1111. .Mr. nnd Mrs. (!. V. l.udwlg
.en. Mr. and Mm. .1. lleny. C. it.
'HIk. wife ami daughter. Mrs. Bell.
Mr. mid .Mm. II. .1. Bitot, Chas. Oro
llid vUe. Mm. McNeill, Miss McNeill.
llm A. Mnsiiu, Ml.vi '.. Irwin. MIsh A.
Douglass, Miss 8. (liny. (!. P. Cham
''I'llaln, W. V.. Bartholomew, Dr.
Moure, Ceo. Juigpntiou. K. Hallo. (I.
P. Ilerforil. W. M. Tcmpletou, (). It.
Williams. Mls I,. Wllllniui. Mlsq I,
Williams', Mi. nnd Mis. (lullford. II
.(. Crane and wife. Miss 11. Hall, W. (I.
Smith, H. M. F.iriiliiim.
Per M. N. S. H. I.urllne, for San
I'rnnclsco. Oct. 6. J. II. Drew, Mm.
Drew nnd child, Donald O. Carpenter.
MiH.Caiucntei-. Miss Hazel Mcslck.Mix.
C. M. CoiAo Jr. mid 2 children. Mm. M.
Moiasky, Mlsn Annn PnN, C.ipt. nn.l
Mm. II. lleiger, Mr. and Mm. Mny
Iwell. Mr. nud .Uis. Levy .Mm. L. F.
Fiilfotn nud daughter, M. F. Brown,
Mrs. Brown nnd child. MIsb Hn.es,
I. M. Hies, .1, Wiseman, Mrs. Ourr'cy.
Miss Wooilln. ,
Per M. N. 8. S. Hllnnlau .for S-iu
Frnnchco, Oct. fi. MIsh Louise Perry.
Mrs. A. MncPhall, Miss MncPhnll, .Mr.
mil Mrs. C. Carter. L. Todd. Mm. T.
C. Nugent, Mm. J. M. Hayes nnd sls:
ter, Mrs. J. Wilson, Miss Knthcrliiu
Knight. Dr. W. O. lingers nnd wire.
Mrs. A. Mlllls, Dr. Ii 8. Hoodlum. Mm.
Ooodhiio nnd daughter. Mm. W. J.
(Intducr nnd daughter, John Hantz.
This iifleriiuou nt r, o'clock there
will be u meeting of the, Honolulu
Cricket Club ut W. I,. Wlthliiglon's
f.lllte. Slops will he tuken to ni
raugo for u committee to visit thn
III lllsh wiushlp Bedford ns soon us,
she nrrlves and to welcome the olll
A'tH ami men (o Honolulu.
Severnl Important matters will ho
considered this nfteruoon, nnd It Is
Oil the hoards that It eenernl nini.n.,,
of enleitiilnmeutu for tbo llritlsnerii
will bu arranged.
II, A. Jordan will probably he uhlo
to see that the nlurciH get some ten
nis, nud the Country Club ofllelalH
will, no doubt, send cards to thu vis
Thn tilul or Sugawai.i. Hm Jupaneso
who collected donations Tor tho Higher
Wngo Assoelutlon wllh tho peisiiasloii
of n cine knife, wuh begun licforn
Judge Do Holt this inoinlng. A Juiy
was secured without dllllrulty, Attor.
ncy Ilaiilson Is eondiictlng tlio ilefeuso
of the mail, who Is charged with us
i unit with n deadly weapon.
Bulletin Businrss Office ?hon Z50
nnllMiii rdilnri! Itonm Phone 1 Ha'
S2.750 Larue Cottmre in .!
I condition an.d well nnintcd. Three
icj rooms, ciecuio niriits, sawer
Coinrr lot'SOxlfiO, Fruit -recs. On
Kuakini Road, near car. BarKain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bl'dir. .A 74 S. KinK St.