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''?tirr T" rw ' 2 ..EVgfflNO BOLtBTIN. . nQNOtAJLU. T. II.. THURSDAY, SEPT. C, 1900. f?SWP.ipif" MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALEBDAH. MONO Hawaiian allied. TUI.!.SO- wMlirwiwiitT Hawaiian Second Degree, TMUWW4 v Rose Croix Regular 7!30. Hon. Chapter Rcyjl Arch. Lei Aloha Chapter Ho. 3 Reg ular. All visiting mcrstx rs of the mder arc cordially united to at t'.ld mectliiga of loral lodges. HAUMONY LODCir, No. I, I. 0. O. F. Aieett crj Mod 'a vcnlng at 7:30 In I. O. C F. Holl r .i meet. i? It. Ill' .' ' ccrctnry. n no' i-i " o. AH vlsl'lng bru . th ,r cordially lntttJ. VY81IC LODQr n ?. K. f P. Tt eicry Tr l-y everi'tig T "i u el it I. In i o' f llul. 1 rif tm Ir'nc b II CIS Piwi'lttiij In fllOi, 'ii Sill r. I U. .i WlllTFlin!) CO. F UA' Klili.N, K.R.8. OMIU lODOC. No. 1, K. Of P. Mtmrn r.TT Friday evrntng pi i; iti' Kin. itrcet. at 7: '.0. Mem ti" nf Myiile l.mle. No. 2. Wm. &! t.ili l ..due. No. 8, and vlsltltii t,r i . , . .-- itn' y Invited. r-ieit.l Ealn'vs. A. J nOND, 0. c. A. b KENWAY. K.R.S. hcnolulu LoncE sib, i, p. o. & inolulu Lodge .No. 016, ft. P. 0. !l. ' " meet In thcli ball, m Mil 3' si ' Beretanla str. U, e-ry Frldi ng. order of tho C. H. HARRY U. SIMPSON, Secretary. T. E. MURRAY, l'JL IV -- M'KINLEY LODOs No. B, K.of f. Melts every Baturltr evening at T:iO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King ttr. Visiting brothers cordially Id Ytt4 to attend. M. M. JOHNSON. C.C. E. A. JACOIISON, K.R.U. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. I. Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKP kYVY evenings of each mouth at 7:31 oc'xk In K. of P. Hall, King strft. Melting Eagles are Invited tr at teed, DAM McKBAaUE, W.P. II. T. MUOItli W. Bcy. Hawaii chapter no. 1, order op kamehameha. Meets every first sp.J th'rd THURS DAY or each month in Fraternity Hall, OdI Fellows' Building Firt street, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. A f' l attendance Is desired at every mc-Miig. Tranuctlon of Butlr.ets. N. FE1LNANDW, Kuauhan. HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ni. I, I. 0. R. M. Me' its every second and fourth FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F. Hall. Vliltlng brothers cordtilly Invited to attCDd. W. F. nil 1 E. Srtchom. A. K. MUlirilY, C. of R. iMIMaMWaBlM.iWfasMBWI Colt Acetylene Ges Generators aflorJs A Superior LI j lit to all ethers. Aceytlfne G:s Is uperlof In quality, and cheapness ruiliteo I em heat, vltl ateu the iilr less jnd has no Injurious effect oi the eves For ivi :iior pr.-M-fU' Inquire tt Ihs office. Alto Calc'um Ca'i'.d-i of all sizes, In drums and small ' for Qenerators and Automobile lamp and all sties unj grades of G Mantles nnil Qss Duif-ro. Washington Light Co. C. W. MACrARLANE, Msnaasr. Telephone Main 14b. 143 Merchant 3t, I ATTRACTIONS -AT THE- o KAIMUKI HEIGHT3. ANYTIME -W2 Jjsy EVERY DAV CAMERA OBSCURAl HAWAIIAN GRAtiS HUTQI OPEN-AIR SKATINC1 RINK! ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC., ETC.I MUSIC SATURDAYS AND SUNDAY.1I DON'T MISS A GOOD TIMEI THE PEER OF ALL The Old Blend WKUky Vt HflRSF li LLAR MOM In Original Recipe Dated 1740. nt 0!,f-.uH.vnt Btmi if Iht CcJC.h'njt f)aj I, tfvMew altrrathn Jir Jjo )tan. CRUDEST, Q P.ST, PUREST !M 1HI HARKftT. befuse"wtatio litSIIT 01 CRTTIVO i; u. :r-3?ix' fc-'-a&sui-si Whito Horse Collar. Itnc l.trh ficl iMik many !6nt trp It tr they ti eil notrtr brunt. tlACKIE & COY. DISTILLERS LTD., 13 LAY, GLfc.NUT. AND GLASGOW. MOFFSCHLAEGER CO., JMITED. KING ANU BETHEL STREETS THE BEST EVER Nowi-cie In Honolulu Is so mii:r attention ylvcn to servtcf and quality In a butlr.ti) man's lunch as at the CRITERION, COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS. COAT AND PANTS CLEANED V.ND PRESSED FOR SO CZErNTS PHONE MAIN 457. Sun Rise Dyeing House 1316 FORT STREET. C FARIA FINE SUI76 FROM $15 UP. mads In up-to-date :: atyl. HOTEL cpp. BISHOP ST. FASHIONABLE SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM PRICE AT J. P. Rodrigue8, Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT STS. The Gage Hats -AT- Miss Power's Millinery Parlors BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET. WHEN YOU 'Phone Main 487 YOU GET THE Ka Noeau Dressmaking Parlors AL.KEA ST. PHONE MAIN 147 for ELIMINATORS of CLOTHING WRINKLES. HONOLULU CLOTHE8 CLEANING CO.. Alakea Street. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the HONOLULU RENOVATING CO., J, J. Fern, Manager, Rlchardk near Queen Sts. All tele phone messages promptly attended to. W call for inu dtllver. Dyeing extra. LADIES' 8TYLI8H HATS WHITE 8AI.ESLADY. K. UYEDA NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING. o FINE o Japanese Goods a AT o SAYEGUSA NUUANU STREET. Wing Wo Tai & Co. DEALER8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL MERCHANDISE. UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS. 911 NUUANU STREBV. Tel. Main 26 P. O. Box 946. BULLETIN ADS. PAY. JKeOldBltl Oil 1 ;anza ! m i uti LOCAL AND iENEIAL 1 o manage your cellar and attic suc cessfully you must be a pretty good Bulletin want advertiser. White steam nutos. Stockyds stable. Now goods coming to Mrs. Dicker- sun. .Mrs. Dlelicrson Is remodelling her store. Uost cutxof ioITco In tho city. New Lnglntul Ilakery. The Promotion Commlttco meets nt 3; CO p. in. toilii). ho Knmelmmclui schools aro tilled i,'l'h pupils this term. St. I.0UI4 College will reopen for tnc ii'4tilnr fall term next Monday. Olive Ilr.iiich Ilclickah Ixidgo No. -', m:rts this evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Neatly fnrulshcd rooms at tho Pop ill it. $1, 31.S0 and U per week. 1213 Fori street. Honolulu son p Is worlli fl o dollars n hot lutt your gr.icer will ilelhcr It to joti fur ?3.ir., Itlilay, Septemlicr 7, nt 10 n. m , lliiiT.iiii will sell a choice lot of ferns, Ti ill t trees, et c . Whitney & Marsh will rccelvo their new skirts iiml ralucoitn by, the All meila tomorrow. A young man ilcslrc n situation ot r.ny kind on n plantation. Adilres "t'.ip.ilile." this oltlce. A probate notice In the matter f the estate, of Ana Pala, deceased. Is published In this Issue. Tho Inter-Island stenmer Knltiliml Ir. discharging sugar Into tho linrk II. P. Itlthct, nt Illshop's slip. The I.iiIIch' Society of Central Union Church plans to glvo n Notion and Doll y.ile on Saturday, November 21th. lleatrlce Chrlstley died nt the Uucoii'h Hospital yesterday as the it-, mi oi nn operation ior nppciuiu iuh. School children of Honolulu arc coming from Hie other Islands for the opening of the new term next Mon day. Special sate of white mercerized goods nt Ilium's this week. New arriv al nt muslin undershirts and night gowns. Treat jour Iron roof to a co.it ot "Arabic." Tucro Is no better preserv ative inudo. California Feed Co., agents. Plaintiff in the case of Y. Ahlu vs. Opele (w.) nnd Abraham Kalclkuti has filed notice of a motion to set tho iuc fur trial. Plaintiff In tho ae of W. R. Castle, trustee. . II. T. Marsh nnd John Km- nieliith has filed notice of a motion to set the case for trial. Wal Id 111 Inn Is now owned by W. C. Ilergln. Accommodations, supplies and nttendanco absolutely first class. 1 Ilncst bathing on the beach. Tho defendant In the damage suit ot Kulila Nui b. 0. It. & I Co.. has filed mi answer denying the truth of the facts alleged In tho complaint. Purser Chas. Kittling of the" stonier flatidlne repents that In rough weath er experienced while at Klp.iliulu, one of the ship's boats was badly damaged Tho coasting schooner Kahlkcnoull Is undergoing extensive repairs. A lompleto new stern being put onto tho llttlo vessel adds greatly to her graceful lines. The defendant In tho damage stilt of Kthel Ilurr vs. Hon. Rupld Transit H I. .tnd Co. has filed notice of u mMlou to bet tho caso for trial. The regular monthly meeting of tliu Hoard of Supervisors of the Free Kin dergarten and Children's Aid Associa tion will bo held Friday morning, Sep timber 7lh, at 9:30 In tho Y. W. C. A. I loms, John M. Dash mid Miss Tlrlo Dick b'Hi were married nt Central Union rtiiirch yesterday morning by Rev.. II. I.. Turner, and left yesterday afternoon lu the barkcntlno S. 0. Wilder for San Frunrlseo. I'lio Clattdlnc, arriving this morn Ir.,:, brought tho following freight: 1U8 ir. tea well machinery, 21 sacks com, 12 sacks potatoes, C2 hogs, 71 packages hides, 101 sacks empty bottles, 2S2 pirkages sundries. tAu answer to tho hill of complaint lu tho bill for construction of tho will of tho lato 11. W. Holt by C. A. Long vs. J. I). Holt ct nl. has been filed by Dm Id 11. Lewis, ono of tho defend ants The plaintiff In the suit of August lliiiiihiirg against John C. b'carlc et al has tiled a replication to the dc fcnd.inth' answer, showing that his own hill is true and the answer not true. Castle & Wlthlngton, the nttnrneya for plaintiff in the daniago bttlt oi Eve lyn Cooko Hoe vs. Dr. J. S. McQrew, havu llled n notice that they will movo to set the rase for trial on a day cer tain. A speelul meeting of tho Japanese Merchants' Association will bo held this afternoon to accord a welcome home to Consul General Salto. In the evening ho will bo tho guest of honor ,'it ,i banquet nt tho Jupauejc club op Vineyard street. A smalt yncht of tho 20-foot class Is being built at tho Wnlklkl end of tho .Naval Station. Fiom tho lines to bo seen nt picucnt sho looks as if sho might hold her own agalnbt all com ers In her class, having tho regula tion deep tin, characteristic of a, rac ing machine. Famed throughout the world wher ever goad whisky Is known from bad, Hackle's White Horse stands us the peer of all Thoso who are to unfor tunate as not to have tasted It liavn not yet realized what good Scotch It like. Macklo's White Horse Is to be hid everywhere. Iloffsclilaeger Co., Ltd., are the agents for It. Tho Walalao road has received Its top dressing of crushed coral from tho Zoo westward to a point between Ninth and Tenth avenues. After tho heavy steam road rollers have done their work a much better .driveway obtains than was thought possible by I hn leeldents living along tho lino; There was considerable opposition to the usn of decomposed coial at tho outset, hut from results shown from tho work finished tip to date the road will favorably cotnparo with any oth er in the Islands. Do I ISeed Glasses ? V No, don't need 'em, 'cause I can't read. If I could read I'd get glasses sure. I'd go to A. N. Sanford, B O ST 0 N BLOCK. MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE. HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8. NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287. FIFTH'S DELEGATE8. (Continued from Page 1.) K'olntlon, endorsing A. (). M. Robert ton for chairman of tho Territorial Central Committee, presented by S. I.. Kekumnno, which rend as follows: Whereas, our Chairman, tho Honor able A. Q. M. Robertson, has slnro his election to tho chairmanship of the Territorial Central Committee, been most persistent lu his efforts for the betterment of the Republican party of this Territory, und Whereas, We deem It most fitting and proper that ho bo endorsed for lb" position ho now holds. Therefore, wc, the Territorial Delegates-elect from tho Fifth Representa tive District, 3o hereby endorso his candidacy to succeed himself, und pledge our support on his hchulf. After this Senator John 0. Lnno came In for his share of support In the following resolution presented by Chas. II. Daker: 1NMAMMMIWMMMMIWMAAAmAmAammAAAmimMimNNNNMIMWW4 GLOBE CLOTHING CO., 64 HOTEL STREET. Dispensers of Suit Satisfaction SSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaiSSSSSJSSSSSSSaaiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSH to select your Boy's School Suit from. These suits contain foir desirable essentials to a surprising degree, to wit : HOOD FIT, LATE STYLE, DURABLE QUALITY, LOW PRICED. Our store slogan demands that we satisfy the parent The Suits Will Suit the Boy . Come in aid see the clothing. You'll find here all styles, most colors and more quality at any price from $2.50 ap to $7.50. Is the Boy Hard On Pants? , You can get him an extra pair from our stock that include every essential of the suits at prices from 75c up a Send if you can't come 1WWnMIVWMMVMWIMWWAMWAMMVtAVkWWVWVWVWWWV A Fine Set of KIPLING If Kipling never wrote any thing else besides "Kim" he would have made a perma nent name for himself In lit erature. But we have a set of 26 Vols, of Kipling's works all as good 9s Kim. It Is In uniform binding, very hand some, beautifully printed. One of the Scrlbner publica tions. You can buy It on easy monthly payments. Wm. C. Lyon Go. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. Upstairs. Whereas, our vice-chairman, th Honorable John C. Lino, of the Ter ritorial Central Committee, has since his election as such vice-chairman tendered able nnd material aid to tho cause of Republicanism in this Terri tory and the betterment ot the masses; Now Therefore, Wc, tho Territorial Delegates-elect from tho Fifth Rcprc icntalUo District, Island and County of Oalm, Territory of Hawaii, do here by endorse him, au such Vlcc-Chalr-man, of the Territorial Central Com mittee, for tho ensuing term, nnd fur ther pledge to support him for tho said position. Then there wns a discussion ot the names to be recommended for nomine Hon at tho convention ns Territorial Central Committeemen from tho Fifth District. The city delegates suggest' ed that the majority of the members tliould bo from tho city as It was not only more convenient for them to at tend the meetings, but Hint their at tendance would bo better assured than TEL. MAIN 171. Are Your Boys We'll Dress One For $2.50 Parents, here is an assortment of 450 Boys' Suits Your Order J$y to the store. We'll fit the tllosc from tho country districts. The country delegates appreciated tho force of tho suggestion nnl conceded to the townfolks. The names that were rec ommended for nomination wcro Judgo A. S. Mahattlu, for the first, second and third precincts; W. II. Kahtimoku for tho fourth, fifth nnd sixth precincts; H. J, Crawford, for the seventh pre cinct; John C. l.nne, for the eighth; W. Ohln, for the ninth, nnd W. H, Crawford from the eleventh. L. M. Kenttnul was recommended at committee on credentials! W. It. Craw ford on permanent organization; Jolii C. Lnno nnd Judgo A, S. Mahaulu 011 platform; and E. J. Crawford on rnlei tor the convention. During the evening n few speeches wcro made. Delegate Kalanlanuole said that It was absolutely important lor tho delegates and the Republicans In general to stay together by one an other nnd work for the tomtnon good. He severely criticized tho action ot some who have shifted from, their po sitions without regard toloyalty. He repeated that ho la n' candidate for Delegate to Congress nnd was very thankful ot the endorsement given him. Delegate Kahumoku from tho "fight ing'' sixth, appreciated what It wm not to work harmoniously, supported tho remarks of tho Delegate strongly. Speaking of the work ahead of the delegates he seemed to hao smclled danger somewhere. Ho urged tho del egates not to go to sleep on the track, but always to keep ono eye open In order that they might dlrccrn any danger. Heforc the meeting elorcd K. J. Crawford wns Instructed to wrlto to Louis Warren of Honoullull, asking him If be would take the place of Geo. F. Rcnton on tho Territorial Ccnttnl Committee, who Is now absent on tin mnlnlnnd. DE BOLT ROA8TS (Continued from Page 1.) He said that he felt very strongly on tho subject. The defendant stated that ho had nothing to say, except that he was nn inveterate user of opium, nnd became ill when he abstained from using It. Ho denied selling the opium. "I think thij verdict of the Jury Is correct," said Judgo Do Dolt. "A per son who uses opium destroys his man hood. Intellect and physical powers. A person addicted to opium for any length of tlmo places himself In a po sition of living death. He becomes u mere shadow of a man, and Is of no use to himself or society, nnd for this reason It becomes very important that the government should, In every rea sonable way, prevent tho use ot opium, except, of course, as medicine. "How6vcr, the Court Is taking Into consideration the circumstances of the case. I understand that you arc a poor mini, and hnvc ho money with which to pay n fine. Still the sentenco must be Just and proper, and tend to reform you nnd nt the samo tlmo servo us a P. O. DOX 40. Going to School? Mail boy, po fo iXl0MAChWc Any woman who suffers from Cramps, Backache, Nervous tr Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos? tlvenesa or General Weakness needs tho Hitters to mako her well again. It has cured thousands In the past 60 years. In cases of In digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It stands first. Try' a' bottle. lesson to others. It may be n very good thing that you have no money. It will result In your going to prison. This may cause you to get rid of tho habit and to get n new start In life as n now nnd better man. I feel In theso opium matters tho same as I do In liquor matters. If n man merely pays n fine, ho goes off nnd gets drunk I gain, hut if he goes to Jail he has a t-hanco to reform." The Court then sentenced the de fendant to pay n fine of 176 nnd rents. This is tho first criminal case of the term, nnd It was won In fine stylo by J. W. Cntheart, In spite ot the fact that one of the prosecution's witnesses, Aknnn Esplndn, gavo the caso n so vert blow. Aknnn was asked why he left the police force. "I wns fired," nnswercd Aknnu. "Why?" asked tho defense. "Ilccnusc Judgo Whitney said ho wouldn't believe mo under oath," an swered Aknnn frankly. '. s SUCCE8S ATTENDS. (Continued from Page 1.) present when the show opened, as there are sonic beautiful specimens to ho seen. Collie O, belonging to Mrs. E. E. Hartman, Is one of tho prettiest to be seen, though her breeding is unknown. Glen, belong ing to T, Cltvc Davlcs, is also a band somo specimen. The bull terriers nnd bull dogs aro present In largo numbers and attract more attention from tho men than any other breeds. Among, the latter aro several oldtlmn bench. show dogs, and they aro certainly Jtandsomo specimens, according to tho peculiar stylo of beauty that Is found In that breed. John M'. Kelly will probably carry away most of tho honors In this class with his trio, composed of Tam many IV, Lord Nestor and Lady Wallace. Tho bull terriers aro -'ono of. tho largest classes and In quality wtiuld be entitled to a placo of honor In any show in the country. Among those particularly notlceablo aro A. A. Cutter's Maker, E. W. Campbell's Meg Merrlllcs and Mrs. W. 11. llrom ley's tally. In tho greyhounds there aro several pretty dogs, but U. F. Lemon's Brow nie, who, by tho way, is not brown but blue, seems to ho In a class al most by herself. Rox, owned by Percy I.lshmnn, Is ono of tho best Irish setters In tho show, while among the English setters, Dr. E. O. Wall's Darker Is a flnely-lircd animal. Tho dachshunds, on account of their peculiar build, are, as Is tho caso In almost every show of the kind, a cen ter of attraction . Dr. W, L. Mooto has a pretty animal In this class In Tnnslo. Her breeding Is unknown but sho seems to ho tho favorite in the class In which sho Is entered. ShcilfT A, M. Brown exhibits a cholco assortment of lino terriers. Tho "toy" dogs, entered as In tho miscellaneous class under 25 pounds, nro a collection of canlno beauties that will mako tho ladles In attend ance who caro for dogs, ravo. Tho Earl of Hlcnhclm, a Blenheim spaniel, owned by II. Martins, Is well worth another look ns ono goes past. Ho is probably tho only dog of his breed In the Islands'. Very concisely gotten up programs aro to he had, which enable ono tq tin', out without any difficulty, tho r.nii.e, owner, breeder, age and breed ing of any dog in the show. Tho ex hibition will contlnuo for tho next tlirco days and from tho start this morning the attendance promises to bo large. Tho officials ot the club, who am looking after the management of the bench show aro: President, Clarence L:.Crahbe; Vice President, Will E. Fisher; Secretary Treasurer, C. T. Llttlefflohn. Board of Directors: C. Hustaoo Jr., Job Batchelor, Colin Campbell, W. It. Charlock. Show Committee, A. It. AniUs, E. E. Hartman, J. II. Catton. Judge, all classes, John Bradsbaw, Supcrltnenijent, A. T. R. Jackson. Ve terinary Surgeon, A; R. Rowat, M. R. C. V. S. Th BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle tin and the Weekly Edition; gives concise and complete resume of all It gsjl notices, calf for tenders, Judo ments, building permit and real a tat transaction. Evening Bulletin, 756 per month. Weekly Bulletin 81 Pr year. . , I I a, & t T""-Utl..