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EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATUUUAV, MARCH 3, 1906.
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Hawaiian Officer' Practice.
Croix Regular 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Icha Temple Stated 1 p. m.
AU visiting member! of t
tder are cordially Invited to at
Und meetings of local lodges.
KINO AND BETHEL ST3.
jtARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F,
Meets every Monday evening at 7 30 1
I O. O. P. Hull, Fort street
n. R HENDRY, Pecretar)
ELMER E. SCHWARZUERO, N O
AU visiting brothers Terr cordially i'
" r-M i j-T
There's a Verdict
In Its Favor
Hoffschlaeger Go,, Lid,
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos (or hlro at Ter. Stables.
After cnJo)lng n skate call at tho
Cobweb for rcfreshvents V
A five-room furnished cottage nt.
Cottage Clioe Is offered for rent )
Take jour Jewelry nnd watches to
M It, Counter nnd hnvo tbem riiinlrcd
Room nnd boird tnti bo bad with .u
private famll. nt 772 Hellbron avenue,
off Klnnu sirctt.
If nil beers were ns pure nnd paint
able as "ltnlnlcr lleer," people wouldn't
prefer 'Rnlnler lleer." I
L 11. Kerr & Co. are showing sonic I
ver) cholccEngllsh Biiltlngs nnd made' (kill,
up by their sullied wmte moor nrc sure
may mean something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
knowledge, and fitness of
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort SL,
over May & Co.
MYSTIC I OD'JE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
MO o'clock In K of P. Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vital to attend
Q. 11 DERRET, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K.R.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
C P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
r of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
krotkers cordially Invited.
C. M. WHITE, C C.
E. .V. COLEMAN, K.R.S.
.HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0. E.,
svtll meet In their new ball, on Miller
and. Bcretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the K. IL
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
010. H. ANGUS, E.R.
lUexander . & Baldwin
J. . COOKE Manager
H. F. Baldwin President
J, B. Caotlo Vice President
W, M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres,
L. T. Peek Third Vlco Pres.
J. Waterhous Treasurer
E E Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
to hIinifk ou.
Ulom wilt hno nn espcclnlly nttrne
the announcement to m.iko tomorrow.
Don't fall to look for IL It menns
money to jott.
Arthur M. Hums, of the Slnr vvrltlns back of all, we have adequate knowl
force litis gone to llawnll for a much
needed rest. He will be the guest ot edge of the eye and Its needs.
Palmer P Wood. 1
The Young llrothers Inst evening
gave n water hay-ride In their nni
barge, the "Susan " Dancing followed
nt the llenlnnl boat house.
The Wundenberg residence on llere
tnnlu street will be rented completely I
furnished for n period of from four to
six months. Address C. It F, tli',9
Sho hnpplncss enn only be pro- '
duced b shoo comfort We bring I
about this napplncss by comfortably I
... n ...... ., . ...... M..I.. .tin tin, I
tilJUBIIiy UIII1 iU-t-lllUlVIJ UUIIIfe IIIU IVVfc. , -
Manufacturers' Shoe Co FRANCE READY FOR WAR.
Oeorgo I Compo, a shoe merchant iinrl. March 2. The Minister of
of Vnllcjo. Cnl . nnd .Miss Alice Lycctt. Wnr ling announic,i t0 tlic Chamber
of Houolulu. were married In San f fjoxMtlcs that the government Is
Praiulsco on Pebruar) 22ml. They repnnd for eventualities In the Mo-
win iuaKC wieir mime m wuicju,
(Associated Press Cable.'
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
S.icIih' milium sale oi mines irim- TORNADO IN
med hats will commence on Monday jiou,ie u
next. March oth All lints will be 'rc-
inendouid) redui cd In price. 33 1-3 per
i ent being cut ort orlglnnl figure.
W. M Orlffcn. of Orlffon & Skelley
Co. of California, whose linn Is to
hnndlc the product of the new plno
apple ennnery of the Hawaiian Islands
I'aiklug Co. left for the mainland )es-
March 2 A
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street, visiting brothers cordially In
vlttd to attend.
M M JOHNSON, C C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.RS.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDKE8
DA evening of each month at 7 30
o'clock In K of P. Hall. King street
Visiting Efgles aro Invited to at
tend. SAM MeKEAGUE. W P.
H. T. MOORE. V Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Building, Tort Street, at
T:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
la desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048 50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL 4. CO.,
P O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
Director John 11 Stockton of tlm
Honolulu Symphony Orchestra will
leave Ma) 7, on the Manchuria, foi
New York For more than n jear Mr.
Stockton has been the leader of the
orchestra . '
The usual Saturday evening Oospsl
Mission service will take place at 3
o'clock tonight In tlio Hall on Fort
street, nearly opposlto the Club
Stables and next door to the Island
Meat Market Mrs S E. Damon In
At St. Andrew's Cnthdrnl on Sunday (
evening uisnop itcsiuncK win ucgiii
a series of Lenten lectures which will
be delivered by the ilergy. The gen
ernl subject will be "Important Move
ments In the Church " The first topic
will be "Causes Which Icd to the Re
formation." The Salvation Army holds meetings'
every night, except Monday, In the1
ball, corner King nnd Nuuanu street,
commencing nt 8 o'clock. Sunday ser
vices. Holiness meeting at 10-30 a
m lllble class nt 3 p ni Young Peo
ples Legion at C ji m Salvation meet
ing at 8 p in Adjutant and Mrs Uam
berry nnd C'apt Shlpp are In charge
On her return voyngo to Honolulu
the big steamer Manchuria will bava
struck Meridian. Miss, last night, cut'
ting a path six hundred feet lu width
right through the town Twenty-one
whites and one hundred negroes weie
killed, nnd the proper!) damage will
amount to one million and u half dol
lars ATTEMPT TO KILL KAULBARS.
1 Odessa, March 2 An unsuccessful
attempt Mn been made to assassluate
FISHING BOATS MISSING.
i Trondhjem, Norway. March 2. Two
, hundred nnd fort) Ashing boats out of
this port arc missing
REFUGEES REACH AMERICA.
New York, March 2 -Two thousand
Russlnii refugees have arrived here.
Paris, March 2 It Is reported that
The Bulletin offue has been asked a hundred times in the last
, week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
' This cannot be granted, as it would be unfair to the persons not
having IheJist, The real, live, earnest friscunning rvav for
contestants to solicit z'otcs from ALL their friends if they already
tone me paper ('.vittcn is iwciyj, men their voles on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not now take The Bulletin, it ts
uf to the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the itcv sub
scribers the best newspaper publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prices arc a 91-100 It HO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
er, sealing five people. The Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO, Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY,- Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a ?IO STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Nuith, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a ROD AK DEVELOPING
Votes may be had as follows:
10 lii THE 10
! The Bulletin finds It necessary
: In establish n new rule In con
nectlon with the nutomobllo con
A change In the delivery of a
paper from thu person now re-
celvlng It to another of the same
family cannot be accepted as a
now subscriber, nor will an addl-
tlonal paper sent to a person at-
ready receiving the paper be ac-
5- cepted as a new subacrlber, t
Tho liuljctin has, been very
careful that thcro Bhall be nbao-
luto fair play In dealing with tho
contestants. It must, also see
that the contestants nrc equally
straightforward In their relations
with tho paper. Tho matter Is
brought early to tho attention of
the many peoplo Interested In
order that there may be no mis-
understanding as to what con
stttutea a new subscriber.
San Franclscgo, Feb, 22. Governor
George R Carter of tho Territory of
Hawaii and Mrs. Carter arrived here
from Honolulu jestcrdny on the liner
Manchuria He sa)s ho has no Inten
tion of resigning. Governor Cnrter Is
recovering from a teveie attack of the
grljipn and purposes taking n long rest
lu Southern California Secretniy of
tho Territory Atkinson Is acting gov
ernor during Carter's absence
Governor Carter was very weak when
he left Honolulu and had to bo assist
ed on board the Manchuria. The sea
voyjgn benefited him greatly nnd yes
terday he snld he was beginning to
feel sufflelcntly fit to mnko the most of
u lazy vacation
"I am here to rest and regain ins
strength. I left nil my troubles with
Atkinson and am nut going to relieve
him of his burden until I have had m
playtime I am not going an) where
but Southern California, and my only
purpose in coming here Is to get well
When I gel well I will return to my
Governor inner minus mat uie in-
mln ft tlm llnu nllnn lulmr tin 1,1 lit
tho Russian Immigrants. hundred ot '"O'X moderate and the service leaves nothing to be desired.
Whom lea nere lor nawnn on me uncri
For New Subscriptions.
I Daily, i year ?8.oo 3500
Daily, 6 months..
Daily, 3 tnontlis...
Daily, 1 month . ,
cc'kly, 1 year . .
I Weekly, 6 months
For- Old Subscriptions.
Daily, 1 year $8.00 3000
Daily, 0 months
Daily, 3 months
Daily, I month
Weekly, 1 year
Weekly, 6 months
BW THE BULLETIN'S TEN PRIZES arc of interest to -
erybody, and everybody is given an opportunity to win them.
3W POPULARITY AND VOTES will win in tl
.NOTHING ELSE CAN. T2
Is preparing In Ycne-
:; ai of iiv
tO'Jf.T CAMOE8 No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
taxh month at 7:30 p. m.. In San An-,
toato Hall, Vineyard street.
.Visiting brothers cordially Invited i
. attend. I
1, A. K. VIERRA. C. R , .
' ' JOHN P. DIA8, F.S. i
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second nnd fourth
FRIDAY of each month, In I. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invhcd to
- W. C McCOY. Sachem.
'" A. E MURPHY, C. of R.
OAMARA & CO,,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREET8,
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lisrhls
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 31S. Union SL nr. Hotol
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALING?
FRESH THRhE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
The claim of Frederick Fcary, a ml
nor, on lllshop & Co., being similar to
the ono recently made by his mother.
has been examined Into by Judge Llnd
tay. who bat rendered tho following
decision .in tlio matter:
I On May 22, 1902, the en nil balance In
the hands of lllshop &. Co to tho cred
It of William Fcary wag 1907.02 and
in ni All
t 1 .nAn..n. n Lin uuv fiw.uwi v.
' ,"r"0.. ""V ?. . r? ,r. I". ,. ' ,", "I On May B. 1003. tho balance on tho
We do all kinds of carriage repairs well and reasonably, In our
fully equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea Sts. Also
m ssisM y"'"ny aiiM MUHWMiy ! VI pl HIISM I, It? Ill biitaiyv ui mil
cd workmen, who. betide doing repair work, are competent to under
tab tha htllMInn ft tUBnnnl rtptium nrl rplsMl DUa a-a awj.J-
wn v .. w vriiHUfy vi iiayviK) UIHSI ailU bdlliaytfl riivitf Mis AWCU"
San Kranclsio papers, but It Is not stat-i
same nuomit was $310.90 and not $10,
BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
' TELEPHONE 22S.
tilSMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, DuggleB and Sad
He Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
tent drivers, reasonable rates, Lw
collides and live stock.
fie Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
JMF- Fine Job Printing at the Bui
AlexijnJer Young Hotel
Absolutely fire-proof, finest cul
sine, elegantly furnished and the
best of service.
NOAH W GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T H.
til If the larger number of these pis-,'"".'"
scnger will slop off at Honolulu The1 There Is not now. nor has there been
Manchuria will sail March S. nnd latd l' December 30. 1901 any funds or
Saturday. It Is stated. 230 saloon pas-1 creilita belonging to Wllllnm I enry lu
sengeri had already been booked Sliw tlio hands of lllshop & Co, bankers
will nlso bring 10.0U0 tons of freight Thcro Is not now, nor has thcro been
Rev John W Wndmnn. S.iperln- if,? "'' ,V credits In the liaml. o(
Undent of the Methodist Mission In' 'lu,I' ; ( " l,e'1n lnB , " V?,".-,
Hawaii H'stcrdny mclved l.uuru.tlons. 'O; otll''r llan Ul cr,e,"J "u,h'
from lllshop Hamilton lo ncqulre tliol"n,1'nB '" "V nntaoot O. Smith
Punchbowl street property owned bj !'" "' ' redcrlck I-cnry. which Is on
11, llnunlnn lln.ir.l nf Ml.alnna nn.! I deposit in tllO SavlllgH department III
formcrl) known ns tho North Pacific Bishop & Co
Inultute Illshun Hamilton arranged n i nnjuuseu uim utt-it-t-u nciun.
to purchase tho property for llk.000 liigl).
The MethudlHl rlilin h la to have nos
session In July Tho tilaio will bf Japan has ut last a newspaper In
made a school and clubhouso for Ko- which the same typo is used us In our
rcans, 'Journals It Is called tho Ilomaji
llP Ar Y
UiSJ If so. voj
ou Going to Build?
i A. k Jim. jA, rfV W. JV JV rfk JV JV W,
GLEANING and DYEING
4 iannary sieam uiuiary,
Z Phone Aluln 711
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL 3T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
UEAIP.R8 IN IMPORTED OENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU 8TREET.
Tel. Main 2S6. P. O. Box S49
Fine Jib Printing at Tba Bulletin
P PHONE MAIN
llu" " igfitT1 'VkfZy
l no doubt rcil'uc tlut Good Plumbing
f the most important clcmcnu of the home.
There is no cihtr feature which will appeal so itrongly to the
careful housewife as modern, high-grade plumbing, while on the
other lund, nothing cojld be more diiap rccable or injurioua to the
health of the occupsr.ti than a poor plumbing yttcm. Good
Plumbing is nlua)i cheapest in the end.
I'e taU particular pride in the fact that we do Good
Plumbing the hon
est l.ind and uc the
very best fixtures,
Ware, every piece of
which is guaranteed
by the nialcro to be
strictly first quality.
Vou want the best.
Let us solve the'
plumbing question for
)ou. Wc male no
charge for plana and
suggestions and arc
convinced of our
ability to please the
323. 121 HOTEL STREET.
China, will' be beneficial to the ngrlcul
tural Interests ot the Islands.
"As fur ns our Investigations went.'
he said, "they ore n highly moral peo
ple, clean of life und habit. Industrious
and thrift). Labor of the right kind
Js what we need on the Islands nnd It
theso Kusslans will stay there the labor
problem will disappear."
Tho latest fiction, tho largest as
Fortment of Hawaiian postals. Island
curios etc Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Honolulu And Manila
Trips Are Big Assets
In the "Box of Curios." n weekly pa
per of Yokohamn, Is found the fol
lowing concerning the possibility of
Piulflc Mail steamers being sold:
The report from both America nnd
Ixmdon that the To)0 KUen Knlshn
had made an otTer to buy the Pacific
Mali Steamship Co.'s steamers Korea,
Siberia, Manchuria and Mongolia has
caused a gnat deal of speculation ns
lo vvhctlior It was true or not. tho gen
eral Impression being that the Pacific
Mali would not sell out Krnm nil wc
lend In the home papers we are In
clined to belicvn tho report Is not an
Idle ono but that tho matter Is being
considered It sceuiK Hint Harrlmnn,
who controls the Pacific Mall. Is hav
ing a hard time In fighting a combina
tion made up of 11111, Morgan, Vaiider
hilt and Ooiild, who are said to have
bought the controlling interests In rnll
vva)s that Harrlmnn was supposed to
control The report thut tho Puclflc
Mull Is not nt all prosperous may be
true and the possibility of losing Its
Panama trade may have Inlluenced
lliirrlman to believe that If un arrange
ment could be made lo hold the steal
er tralllc for his rnllwujs It would be
money In his pocket to sell out the line
No better people than the T K. K
could be found ns buyers, for they art
enterprising nnd by catering to the
public have mado their line very pop
ular The question us to their abillt:
lo raise the money does not enter intt
the transaction, for It could un doubt
edl) be secured, but the question ul
ihunglng the Hag seems lo us n ser
ious one If the ships should be plniPil
under the Japanese nag to securo the
government subsidy the question Is ns
to whether tho American C'onstlni;
Laws would permit them to make Ho
nolnlii a port of call, or that they would
no aiilo to carry freight and passen
gers between San riant Isco and Ma
nila, even If tho trip Is made via Ja
pan The Honolulu ami Mnnlln trips
Is a valuable asset of the Patlne Mall,
and If tho T K K Is to enjoy the
same the P M ships must be kept
under the American Hag und thereby
lose the Japanese subsidy If there lc
uny truth In the repoit It will soon b
known, for such tiunsnctlons cauiioi
be kept secret
Schiiman Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT A ALAKEA 8T8., NEXT TO HOb
1 LINGER'8 SHOEING SHOP.
a Digestive Marvel s
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
WT G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
! PSil PHYSICAL CULTURE I
ji yHi TURKISH BATHS
i JlsssM Open Day and Night
I Prof. FLA, Woods il
I; ROOM8 17 18 18 20 , YOUNG BUILDING j
CHINA'S WAR PLANS.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A. New Man In Every Bottle.
I-OR 8ALH hVBIcYWIIURE
McPARLANE&Co., Sole Agents.
IJerl.eley. I'eb 10 Professor Johu
Ki)cr, head of the department of Or
iental languages of the Slate Unlver
slly, this morning announced thut Id
perusing a copy of a Chinese newspa
per which had Just como to him Iw
Bldg. 4 151 HOTEL ST.,
opposite YOUNG Hotel.
Icurned stnrtliiiK news of tho nreimra-l AND
tlons the empire Is making for th ' 0 '8
conflict believed to be impending, Ha it)2 FORT ST.,1. O,
luiuiiiii-ii uiu university siiiuenis mat I bmm. wi m m
this paper states that the Chinese gov " ." . -
ernnicnt has ordered a million small i JWOllSL vOITlDflnV
arms and 100 cannon from manufuc. "
U,ee,hrila,eG;T '"..ST!,0! I DU.LD.NG and PA.NT.NQ CONTRACTORS. House furniture
vs. .kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty.
"For 8le" cards at Bulletin.
nlshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tl. Whit 2401. v
uMt.irMjmMu i U rtMWd&nW..;t4. - ''i i hUk h nt,,,- 'A n- n. m -,r ni ihBsA-sl
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