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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, t. II., WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1907.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
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Hawaiian. Office Specialty Co.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
A. S. WEBBER, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. R. S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Bere
tanla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Wm. McKinley Lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordia!
R. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, E. P. O.
E. , will meet in their hall on Kinrj
near Fort street every Friday evening
By order of the E. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
F. E. RICHARDSON, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
... Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretanla. Visittng broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. L. E. TOOMEY, President.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially inviteJ to attend.
E. V. TODD, Sachem,
A. E. MURPHY,
C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Amonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially in
rtted to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 FUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
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You'll find that, altho all
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FOR DINNER TODAY
A JELLY DESSERT
Housekeeper, wouldn't that
be a good idea? Telephone
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delicious desserts come in all
fruit flavors and are very easy
to prepare. An ideal dessert
for warm days.
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I'imiuiiih luils cleaned at tlio Globe.
Low prices at the New England Bak
ery. The Board of Health will not meet
Tea that Is tea, Kurenwatte Cevlon.
Day & Co. "
The steamer Nllhan brought (1000
bags of sugar from Kekaha. .
The Hawaiian Band will play at tha
Royal Hawaiian Hotel tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. McClellan
are stopping at the Hawaiian hotel.
The bark Emily F. Whitney sailed
for the Columbia River Tuesday after
noon. The Congressional party is welcomed
with u Rainier Toast. Here's to thti
There will be polo practice at Mo-
analna after 4:30 this afternoon. A
good turnout is hoped for.
M. R. Counter will continue his spec
ial sale of handy plus for this week
only. 25 cts. to 112 per pair.
The oil steamer Santa Rita with a
full cargo for the Union Oil Co., is ex
pected in front Port Harford this week.
P. E. R. Strauehr administrator ot
the estate of Henry Gibson, deceased,
lias Hied his final accounts and peti
tions for his discharge.
In the assumpsit matter of Solomon
Kauhane et al vs. William Laa. the
defendant has filed his answer, denying
all the allegations in the plaintiff's
The P. M. S. S. liner Mongolia Bailed
tt 3 o'clock this afternoon with sixteen
passengers from this port and a full
list or through passengers for San
Tourists and visitors wishing to have
their hats or clothing well cleaned and
pressed should patronize the leading
Hat ft Clothes Cleaners, 1154 Fort St.
'Phone Main 493.
A fine assortment of the Sllva Tog
gery's fine specialty, children's cloth
ing, arrived in the Sierra. Honolulu's
children will be dressed New Yorky
when this clothing Is worn.
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs, re
duces temperature as much as 35 de
grees. This has been ascertained by
actual test California Feed Co.,
The schooner Moi Wahine, 'with Ho-
nolpu sugar, arrived In port this morn
ing and is discharging at the Railway
wharf. She returns to Honoipu 011
Friday afternoon, loading at the old
The British collier Virginia, from
Newcastle with coal for Wm. G. Irwin
4 Co., Ltd., is discharging at the Rail
way wharf, having arrived after an
uneventful trip this morning. She had
some trouble in getting close up to
the wharf as the harbor at this wharf
is getting quite shoal.
Judge Robinson this morning admit
ted to probate the will of John F. An
derson. The deceased was one of the
oldest members of Excelsior Lodge ol
Udd Fellows, and the judge appointed
the three trustees of the lodge, Chas. S
Crane, I Petrie and M. T. Simonton,
appraisers of the estate.
The Catholic Church of St. John the
Baptist, Kalihi-rtvaena, In charge ot
Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow, May
9th, Ascension Day 1. e., the day our
Lord ascended up into heaven, the 40th
day after His resurrection. Holy day
of obligation, 8:30 a. m., high mass,
sermon, collection. 4 p. m. Rosary.
The last regular meeting of tha
Woman's Board of Missions, prior to
the summer vacation, was held In the
lecture room of the Central Union
church yesterday afternoon. The at
tendance was quite large.
Mrs. Scudder, president of the Board,
conducted the meeting. Many and va
ried reports were read and approved.
The permanent fund has had an ad
dition of J500 a memorial of Mrs. Cas
tle which increased the total to $2500.
The following committees were ap
pointed by the chair to serve during
the coming annual meeting:
Appropriation Committee Mrs. B
F. Dillingham, chairman; Mrs. J. R
Alexander, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. S
M. Damon, Mrs. W. C. Moore, Airs.
Luncheon Committee Mrs. Andrew
Fuller, chairman; to choose her assist,
Reception Committee Airs. W. W.
Hall, chairman; Miss Jane E. Johnson
Airs. T. G. Thrum, Mrs. J. P. Erdmau
Mrs. G. H. Gere.
The trial of Lee Ong on the charge
of counterfeiting is still In progress in
Judge Dole's court. It was expected
that the case would be finished this
morning, but when the noon recess
was taken, it was still unfinished. It
will probably be concluded this after
noon. There is nothing of a particularly
sensational nature in the testimony.
The defendant himself was . on the
tand this morning and told his story.
A Liquid Antiseptic and Non-acid
Dentifrice will penetrate the little
crevice of tht teeth that cannot be
reached by the Tooth Brush, cleans
ing and purifying them, and impart
ing such a freeh cleanly sensation, as
to become 1 joy to the mouth and
refreshing to the whole system, 60-70DONT.
WQH WD MEETS
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT."
Both are wrong; about fourteen
inches is the average distance at
which perfect eyes read most easily.
Holding book or paper differently
is apt to mean eye -strain; may
mean a defect of focus or weak mus
cles; may mean grave harm later on.
"A stitch in time saves" applica
tion slightly changed, but you know
the import, and eyes are more im
portant than stitches.
A, N, SANFORD,'
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Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas The only
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APRIL 26, 1907
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Eastern Oyster Cocktail
Chicken a la Roj'ale
Braised Sweetbreads Slur Coche Royal Hawaiian
Frog's Legs en Calsses a la Supreme
Spanish Puffs Dundee Marmalade
Prime Rib of Beet au Jus
Domestic Duck with Dressing, Orange Sauce
Asparagus Tips Alousseline
Assorted Fruit Nuts and Raisins
Roquefort Cheese American Cheesy
Tea Black, Green or English Breakfast
Dishes not on Bill of Fare charged extra. 20 cents extra service will
he charged for single portion served for two. Hours 6 to 8. Special Mint
Heals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three we-
Plans For Seeing Honolulu
The General Committee to provide
for the entertainment of me Con
gressional party while in this city
and on this Island held a meeting
list night at the Young Hotel. Chair
man Peck presided and while nothing
very definite was done the state
ments made from various committee
chairmen indicated that the visitors
will be properly taken care of while
Secretary Atkinson gave an expla
nation of the program for the recep
tion of the party when the Buford
arrived aud reports were mudu by
men who huve In charge the si heme,
for uhowlng off this Ihluml.
Gjorge Cooke, who U to look after
t he Pall trip, the trip to the Bishop
Museum and oilier points of Interns),
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Pottery and Mats.
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Cup Bouillon Froid
Olives Radishes Mixed Pickles
Hot Mango Chutney Salted Almonds Green Onions
Lobster, Maitre d'Hotel
New Zealand Lamb, Caper Sauce
Egg Nog, Nabisco Wafers
Candled Sweet Potatoes
New Green Corn
Lettuce and Tomatoes
Ice Cream Assorted Cakes
chines and take the visitors to the
Pali. He thought it would be wise
to have the Bishop Aluseum Included
in the same trip. The date for this
event has not been set but It will
probably be after the return from
the other Islands.
Sam Parker has charge of the
Tearl Harbor trip and although his
committee bud not got together he
was confident that ample transporta
tion by land and sea would be fur
nished. It was thought a portion ot
the party could go down to Pearl
Harbor In launches and meet others
who go by train, at the I'enitimii.
Walter Dillingham suggi-Kiml a
trip which will cover the ItOaiwI nv
ty well. Jt include u trip by train
to Hulelwa. After lunching at the
hold, luktt uiltoimihiltm to Hi,- l(.
hluw4 ilu 111 uixl from Wulil.iuu 1 ,, 1...
Hie 1 mi In Imine, 'Mils Khi s a m, M
of the Wnhlawa country, big sugar
tnterprlses and the military reserva
tion at Lellehtia.
The committee to care for the pa-u
contingent found that plenty of pa-u
riders can be secured if the mounts
pnd saddles are furnished.
Judge Dole thought a visit to the
Fchools of the city would be very in
teresting for the party, and especial
ly mentioned the excellence of the
Royal School. He said there was no
necessity for visiting the High
School perhaps, but as a trustee of
C'ahu College he would extend an In
vitation for the party to visit that in
stitution. He, with the Superln
lendant of Public Instruction, was
appointed to act with the, executive
committee to see the Congressmen
through, the schools.
A Hawaiian "evening was favorab
ly discussed though John Wise, who
has charge of it, was not present.
The Delegate thought a very inter
esting program could be arranged.
.. (Chairman Peck noted that the Con
fcressmen would be here on Decora
tion Day and it would be a pleasure
to them to join In the exercises of
Mr. Reidford said he had not had
the opportunity, of talking with Mr.
Tamon' regarding a reception at Mo
analua. The- arrangements are now in the
hands of the executive committee ot
the Honolulu reception committee
and its plans will be announced
Olga Keahlkuni Kekauonohi, a
daughter of the late high chiefess Kea
nolanl, and a descendant of the Ka
mehamehas, died last night at 10
o'clock after a lingering Illness, at
the Dreier place at Waikiki, where she
had been staying for a few days with
Miss Lupy Peahody, of whom she was
a ward. The deceased was eighteen
years of age.
The remains are at present at the
Williams undertaking parlors. The
funeral services will take place next
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, and the
interment will probably be in the Ka
waiahao cemetery. The sisters of the
Kaahumanu Society, of which the de
ceased was a member, are invited to
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
$fltFm"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Chupter 30 of the Revised Laws
of the Territory of Hawaii giving au
thority to the Superintendent of
I'ublic Works to appoint Pound Mas
ters and establish Pounds, having
been repealed by Act 134 of the Ses
rion Laws of 1907, all persons hold
ing commissions as Pound Masters
are hereby notified that the same are
cancelled and should be returned to
the Superintendent of Public Works.
All Government lands heretofore
set aside as Pounds are no longer to
he used for such purposes.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Territory of Hawaii.
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. H May 8th, 1907.
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New moon May 11, at 10:28 p. m.
Times of the tide are taken from
the United States Coast and Geodetic
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 157
degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. ro., which la the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moou are for local time for the
Wednesday, May 8.
Stmr. Nlihau, Oness, from Nawill
wlli, 0:10 a. m.
Ur. stmr. Virginia, Crocker, 21 days
from Newcastle with coal for Wm. G.
irwln & Co.. 8 a. m.
Am. sp. Marion Chilcott, Larsen, 18
days from Gaviota, oil to Pacific Oil
U. S. transport Buford, Hall, 8 daj'3
from San Francisco, for China ports
S g S Bl K K S; SJ S K it a 8 M is la ia
m PAS8ENGERS ' H
1 S H H BJ g M K M SJ .IB S E H 1 '
From San Francisco, per U. S. A. T.
Buford, May 8. For Honolulu: Hon.
Samuel Piles, Hon. W. P. Hepburn and
wif, Hon. Gen. J. Warren Keifer, Hon.
R. D. Cole, Hon. E. F. Acheson and
two daughters, Hon. Jos. V. Graff, wife
imd daughter, Hon. E. L. Hamilton and
wife, Hon. A. B. Capron and wife, Hon.
DeAlva S. Alexander and wife, Hon.
Fred C. Stevens and wife, Hon. Chas.
E. LIttlefleld, wife and daughter, Hon.
A. L. Brick, wife and daughter, Hon.
Jno. J. Fitzgerald and wife, Hon. W. I
Jones and wife, Hon. Geo. L. Lilly aud
wife, Hon. Arthur L. Bates and sister,
Hon. James H. Davidson, Hon. James
C. Needham, Hon. "James P. Connor,
wife and son, Hon. P. P. Campbell,
Hon. Geo. W. Harris, Hon. E. Y. Webb,
Hon. Wm. C. Wilson, Hon. Chas, Mc
Gavin, F. M. Hatch, wife and son, Geo.
h. McClellan, wife and child, E. G.
Lowry. For Nagasaki: Thomas Sam
uions. For Chin-Kiang, China: E. R.
Johnstone, Mrs. Thomas Summons,
son and companion. For Manila: Lieut.
L. R. Fredendall, Lieut. T. K. Chapin,
Lieut. Geo. H. Huddelson, Lieut. R.
B. Lincoln and wife, Frank J. Forrest,
Mrs. Marsh, Mrs. F. M. C. Usher, Miss
Hoskins, Mrs. Nannie M. Wyland, Mrs.
D. E. Shean, Mrs. F. S. Darragh, Mrs.
Twomy, Mrs. Cunningham and two
children, Lieut. Russell James.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Niihau,
May 8. Wm. Stodart, B. F. Sandow,
Miss B. Harris, Miss E. Harris, C. Hoy,
S. Tanaka, Mrs. J. Nishlma and 57
11 la m s & 9 a si m b a a si b m a
8 PASSENGERS 8
K Departing a
For San Francisco, per stmr. Mon
golia, May 8. W. E. Brown and fam
ily, Mrs. Z. K. Myers, C. A. Elston, A.
A. Moore and wife, A. G. Hime, Dr. B.
F. Sandow, Miss M. Ena, Col. Roessler,
I". S. A., H. H. Spindle, J. P. Spindle,
Mrs. M. B. Spindle, Miss Maud Dukes.
M PASSENGERS 8
ii Booked 8
For San Francisco, per stmr. Sierra,
s.ailing Friday, May 11. Governor and
Mrs. G. R. Carter, Mrs. Center and
children, Mrs. Eakin and child, Mrs.
C. N. Smith, Mrs. H. R. Macfarlane and
maid, C. H. Clapp, C. A. Brown, W. T.
Rawlins, C. C. Eakln, the Misses, Way,
E. D. Tenney and family, Mrs. C. D.
Lufkin, Mrs. E. W. Peterson and child,
Mrs. Wm. Giffard, Mrs. M. C. Lyons,
Mrs. H. F. Lewis and son, Mrs. Mor
ris, Miss Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. Viele,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Janes, Mrs. C. B.
Huntress, A. Burke, Mrs. T. P. Burke,
Mls'B McAndrews, Mrs. J. McAndrewa,
Mr. and Mrs. Clemence, Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. Lowrey, A. McKillop, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Albers, Mr. and Mrs. Haber,
A. F. Terligge, Dr. E. H. Anthony, Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. Lamb, H. W. Snow. J.
i A. Walls, wife and son, A. J. McAl
lister, C. A. Elston and wife, Col.
I Wrestler aU. S. A.; the Elston children,
1 Miss P. Armstrong, Miss Gi'.lett, Mrs.
,T. W. Hobron, children and servant, J.
B. Cox, W. S. Post and wife, W. Rose
man, R. W. Robinson, Mrs. Bordfeld
'and child, Miss Ena, Miss Lines, Miss
Tousey, F. W. Everton, Geo. Lycurgus
and family. Mrs. F. Klampp and ram
lly and maid. Miss N. Fitzmaurice,
Miss F. Desky, Mr. and Mrs. T. V.
Leven, Mrs. W. A. Hideout, Mr. and
Mrs. O. T. Chamberlain, Mrs. Telxnra,
W. Weyman and wife, W. R. Carroll.
C. Wassmann, F. J. Johnson, C. C.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Nagle, Miss
Davidson, Mls A. Baker, Mrs. McKln
lay and daughter, Mrs. 11. W. Poor,
Mrs. J, Furuesworlh, C. A. Reach, L.
A. Farnam, I). V. Duidot, C. O. Jaeger,
Mrs. M. MrCusHlus uml 2 children, Mr.
mid Mis. P. V. Dryon, Mrs. H. M.
I low and 3 children, M. Millur, K (I.
Nii.wh, N. A. Agiilur.
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