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KVKNINO fUTLLETTN. HONOLULU T. II., Tl'RSDAY, JFLY SO, 1907.
tiiiimiiii!i!iiiii!imiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH mm 1 Registers Fop Cash 5 BETTER CASH REGISTERS FOR LESS MONEY. I The Hallwood i g Cash Register f I HAWAIIAN OFFICE I I SPECIALTY CO., 931 FORT ST. 5ill(ilStllSI!li!i;iliIIIIIII!!mill!l!l!l!l!!l!l MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR VUHOA Oceanic Stated and Third. TUESUAV SATDRUAV All visiting members of the order are cordially invited to attend meetings of local lodges HARMONY LODGE, No.3, I. 0. 0. F. Meets every Monday evening at 7:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort street. E. It. HENDRY, Secretary. P. W. GKIIUIXG, N. G. All visiting brothers very cordially invited. MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend. A. S. WEBBER, C. C. P. WALDRON K. R. S. 0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Bere tania, at 7:'.i0. Members of Mystic Lodge No. 2, Wm. McKinley Lodge No. 8, and visiting brothers cordially Invited. General Business. R. GOSLING, C. C. A. S. KEN WAY, K. R. S. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. E., will meet in their hall on Kins near Fort street every Friday evening. By order of the E. R. HARRY H. SIMPSON, Secretary. F. E. RICHARDSON, E. R. Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of ?. Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend. L. H. WOLF, C. C. E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. Of E. Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings of each month at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting Eagles are invited to at tend. L. E. TWOMEY, W., President H. T. MOORE, Secy. HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M. Meets every first and third Thurs days of each month at Knights of Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor dially invited to attend. E. V. TODD, Sachem. A. E. MURPHY, c. of R, Stylish Millinery AT Miss Power's MILLINERY ' PARLORS B08TON BLDG., FORT STREET. MAGOON & LIGHTFGOT, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND NOTA RIES PUBLIC. Cor. Alakea and Merchant Streets. Special Attention Given to Trusts and Real Estate. THE BICYCLE "DOCTOR" with the two Rights Right Work and Right Prices. ' J. E. SANTOS, COR. HOTEL and UNION STS. PHONE MAIN 31. 5 v I'M w L . 4 'VI IP? 'WJK MX .-ft' .RSI The Old Dlcivt KoffscMaaaer Go. Limited, King and Bethel Sts. Centennial's ffl Big, new shipment just on hand, Better than ever he- M fore. Get your orJer in to day. :: :: :: :: :: S HENRY - MAY & CO , Ltd, g Wholesale 92 phones 22 Retail You'll Be Healthy And vigorous if you drink good straight whiskey. Ours is the kind that complies with the recent Food and Drugs Act. No other kind is fit to drink. We sell STRAIGHT WHISKEY in bulk and bottles. Phone us . Main SG. ! 'I' 'I' PHONE MAIN 36. Criterion, Jobbing Dept. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS. Absolutely Pure We manufacture and serve . soda water that is pure. The ice cream is pure and the flavors, mostly, are from fresh fruits. Honolulu Drug Co,y FORT STREET. We Rent And Sell The Lead ing Makes of Automobiles, The VoiHfamm Young Co., Ltd., Garage on Alakea St. Phone 200. Albert F. Afong, Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795. 833 FORT 8T. STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE. Real Estate Repairs Only Once In A Long While When You Come To Us. SCHUMAN CARD AGE CO., YOUNG BLDG, pass I Best Flour LOCAL INI) GENERAL Today Is the last day on which con test votes can be bought. After 5 p. m. no votes will be sold under any consideration. Tullyhos, livery, nutos.Stkyds Stbls. Best mp of coffee in the city. New England Jisikcry. , Masonic gold locket, linw been loot Howard if returned to tills office. It's too warm, Ring up Peter's, Alain :,t;i, and he can do your shopping. Ask your .dealer for a bottle of "Old WatermiH" pure stright whisky. The statement of Tho First Amer ica!! Savings & Trust Co. appears in tills issue. Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F., will meet in Odd Fellows' ball at 7:3U this evening. Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P. meets tonight in K. of r. ball, Fort and Ber etania streets. Myulio Lodge No. 2, K. of P., will meet in K. of P. bull this Tuesday evening at 7:30. R. W. Perkins does the best kodak developing' and printing for amateurs. Hotel street near Fort. A bulletin on the introduction or To) Minnows has been issued by the Hawaii Experiment. Station. .Mike Pdton, a one-time fistic ligh in these Island, returns alter an ab sence of nearly three years. lieputv Attorney General Milverton . ame back on the Mam. lie has been making a trip through tho Far East. Chung Wall Lodge No. 4, K. of P., Will meet nl 7:. '10 this evening at. the hall on Vineyard street. Work in Esquire degree. , The la3t votes will be issued July 30. All votes must be m this office by 5 o'clock p. m., Saturday, Au gust 10. There will be a meeting ot the Hoard of Dental Examiners at the otlice of Or. Grossman, Alakea street, at 10 a. m. tomorrow, July 31. Treat your iron roof a coat of "Arabic." There is no better preserv ative made. California Feed Co agents. Land Commissioner Pratt has re ceived the prove-up papers of the sev enteen members of the Osorio Settle ment. Association on the Hakalou lands. Mrs. llaniano, who lias bee visiting through Japan, returned from the Orient, on the Nippon Maru. Mrs. llamano's husband is a well-known business man of this city. The finest fi od and tonic you ca.i lake is l'rinio llcer. It contains lcs- thau 4 per cent alcohol and Is rich in hops and barley malt. A glass or Friino before rel.riug will bring you refreshing sleep. Bishop Restarick and his daughter Constance, with their guest, Miss Theda Burnham, departed on the Mauna Loa today for a week s vaca tion at Kona. The Bishop will visit Christ Church while there. Watch the papers. The Royal Ha waiian Hotel will give a farewell dance and reception to the Bulletin girls. Mrs. Edyth Tozier Weather- red will announce the date. F. Makino, the head ot the Japanese hut emigiation clau, expects the In diana to arrive tomorrow. She wil! lie dispatched as soon thereafter as possible. No such trouble as the Knmerie ran into is expected. I K. Ishii, the foreign office secretary, whose visit the local Japanese have looked forward to with much expecta tion, Is a passenger on the Nippon Marn. He will lay over here for one steamer and then go on to the Coast. Specially adapted to this climate is Dixon's Silica-Graphite Paint, which does not crack or blister. It lasts longer and covers more surface than any other paiut. Hence is the nioal economical. Sold by Lewers & Cooke. Ltd. You will be relieved of all the worry and trouble incident to the collecting of rents, etc., if you place the care ot your estate in the hands of the Ha waiian Trust. Co., ' Ltd., whose exteu- ixe experience makes it a particularly able concern. Prepare for -Die big sale at Blom's which opens Thursday. Wonderful largains will be offered in ladies wearing apparel.- Prices cut in halt. Tho goods are of 'the finest quality and represent tlif- newest and prettiest styles. See advertisement in this pallet- August Mr-rk-Down. A. K. Ozawa is a passenger by the Maru. Mr. Ozawa is a native of this city and has been visiting In the land of his parents. He will stop over hea until the arrival of the Asia, when he will resume his journey on the Coast. His destination is Ann Arbor, Mich., where he goes to study law. A successful housewamiing was given last night at the Susanna Wes ley Home, which was attended by about 75 people. The visitors were shown all the new improvements which have made the premises well fitted for their purpose. A short liter ary program was rendered and re freshments served. Inspector Bolles and Bulger, who were recently here in connection with the Kumeric, will arrive on the Siberia next, Thursday for the purpose of making an examination of the A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan. It is merely a regu lar survey of the shin, and as she does not call at San Francisco, the inspec tors came here to perform the service. The Hawaii Agricultural Experi ment Station has issued a bulletin on ".Marketing Hawaiian Fruits." This is the work of J. K. Higgins, who has made several experiments with fruit shipments to the Coast. The contents of this bulletin are of especial value since the work done Is intensely prac tical ami applies equally to inter-lsl-uiiil shipments. ' The wife of Deputy Appraiser Shaon is a through jiaiisenger by the Maru. According lo reports, Mrs. Sbacn bail a narrow em-ape from In jury while In Yokohama. While tht ing In a Japanese 'rlksha, ami In tiiru iiu: a corner, suddenly, a culvert gave way, lei ling the vehicle go over on one i.ide. Mrs. Sham, who Is quite a stout ludy, was I hi own to (lie ground The fall gave her a severe shuck, and Is i;uite painful even now, Eye-Strain illness As civilization advances the eyes are called upon more and more, and pushed beyond the limit In all occupa tions as well as in all recreations. In view of all this, it behooves us to take the best possible care of the eyes to be ready for any strain that may be Imposed upon these precious organs. We fit glasses to relieve eye-strain and consequent eye and headaches. A. N. SANFORD, GRADUATE OPTICIAN BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET ' Over May & Co.- MADE IN HONOLULU The "H.C." Hawaiian Souvenirs NONE " JUST AS GOOD The universal imitation:-, of the H. C. goods prove their lead ership. Buy articles stampoi H. C. and you have a Hawaiian Souvenir The design is Hawaiian, the die is cut here and the goods are made here by boys who live here. And remember, the most important point of all There tire none "Just As Good" H. Culman, dllltl Additional Cable News on Page 1, OUT WITH THE OLD ' IN WITH THE NEW. San Francisco, July 20. The four teen old Supervisors have resigned and tho new appointees have been in Etalled. . ... -O..CT ' MORE RUSSIAN BCMBS. St; Potei-Kbiiig, : July 29. An at lenipt wus made today to assassinate the Grand Duke Nicholaeivich by plac ing a petard on the railroad track over which bis train would pans. Tho Petard exploded without hurting any body. LAWSON CONTROLS BIG GMELTER PLANT. Prescott, Ariz.. July 2!). Thomas hawsou has secured control of the $17,0110,000 Arizona Smelting plant. CONGO REGULATION. London, July 29. An International convention for the regulation of the Congo was debated today in tho House of Lords. Cruelty to the natives was charged. FORAKER NOT FOR TAFT. Cincinnati, July 30. Senator For aker, in an open leller, says it is Im possible for him to favor tho candi dacy of Taft for President. St? If you want to enjoy robust health, take a few doses ot the Bitters. It will make the stomach strong and the blood pure. Our past record of over 50 years proves Its worth. It cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Costive- necs, Female Complaints, Malaria, Fever and Ague. Try a bottle today. g CELEBRATED 111 - ' kttw RTn m a. rr m FRENCH LAUNDRY. I hone BJne 3352. 258 Beretania St Indies: Your old dresses can be made to look like new by our new rjench dry cleaning process. See some samples 1n rmT window. Work cnllcd for and delivered. Phone Blue 3552. On-j n Z o 4 Are so much more enjoyable ) If you have attractive counters 4 and nice, pretty cards. o o See our fine stock of bridge, whist and "500" counters and of Congress Playing Cards. jV o t S Hawaiian News Co., Ltd 4 YOUNG BLDG. O o SOUVENIR POSTALS. Princess Kalanianaole and Queen and Other New Postals. Tapas, Brasses, Pottery. Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co., Alexander Young Building. ft 1064 Fort St fiJtmiHiHiHUiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiiu j REMEMBER That You Can't Get Votes After jULY30,5pj niimiiiEiiiimudHumimiiiiimimiiiiiir; Dixon's Si!icaGraphite Paint is a lubricant and forms an elastic rather than a brittle coating. It will not crack or blister and is the most durable protective coating known for roofs, iron, etc. Specially val uable for this climate. Also a splendid exterior house paint. Lewers & Cooke, 'LIMITED ' 177 S. KING ST. Our Repairing is of the Highest Order. We Guarantee It. BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD. ODD FELLOWS BLDG. HONOLULU IRON WORKS Improved and Modern SUGAR MA CHINERY of every capacity and de scription made to order. Boiler work and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation purposes a specialty. Particular at tention paid to JOB WORK, and re pairs executed at shortest notice; I Card Games Mid-Summer Suitings By late steamers we recpived 125 different patterns of woolen suiting goods of summer wearing weight in light and dark shade3. Why not get one of .these cut to your measure in the latest swell or swagger styles. A guarantee of certain fit goes with each suit. We also have a new stock of white duck, in cotton and linen, and khaki, , ( .. Prices will suit yon as well as the goods. W. W. AHANA ,& CO., SIX MONTHS (Continued from Page 1) we bave already commenced to carry out this recommendation. One end of the dam has been raised and the base has been broadened all along the dam for tho pm-jxme. The legislature ap propriated tho sum of $132,1)00 for the completion of the dam, and we ought lo have the money as soon as possible In order that there may be no delay ;in finishing It. The money we have left will not last niui'u, longer- than the end of August, and tho work will have to stop then unless the new loan 1 provided lor In made so that we may nave funds to continue, j "Tha Jvlaklkl dam is practically ; completed. We are putting on the top , dressing now and will have -the work llnlshed within a week at most, prob ' nlily . within lliree or four days. "Work on Government wharf No. 2 Is being delayed on account of the 'nek of the ohla plies from Illlo. We nave received only 30 or 40 so far, and we need about four times that num ber. I don't know just w-hat the trou ble Is, but I suppose tho contractor Is having dllllculty In getting transpor tation for the material. "Tho plans for the big shed over this wharf are pretty well along. Nothing can be done toward bulldlne it, however, until money Is provided I for tho purpose. This Was provided for in the new loan bill passed by the Legislature, but this is hung up by the refusal of Governor Carter to allow Mm loan to be negotiated. "The enterprises mentioned ara lihout all of much importance that we have on band at present. Tho Kalihl fewer is completed, of course. There j are small jobs scattered around in various placet), but nothing if import ance." MORE FILIPINOS n-.. A man of about 21 years ot age, acts as PASSENGERS DEPARTED interpreter. Agent Wagner writes that X i X 'fS M i he possesses more than the average' Per S. S. Kinau, July 30. A. W. intelligence, having been a student at Carter, C. V. E. Dove, B. Sonlhack, W. the high school at Manila. Two mem- Mdgate, F. Wilier, I I. Gait, Robert hers of the party are Spaniards who Shingle, T. H. Wells, Miss H. F. Hulls formerly lived at Manila. They had Miss M. Souza, R. E. Mist, .1. Tucker, heard of the arrival of the Heliopolis Bruce Cartwright, Miss McLand, Mm. Spaniards and made application to be floss aud daughter, Miss D. H. Hell, permitted to go with the Filipinos to Mrs. B. II. Griffins, Miss C. Snow, I. Hawaii, as they were anxious to join P. Kald and wife, Miss Winter, Miss their countrymen here. ;A. Hendry, Miss K. D. Jones, Mrs. C. Wagner writes that so far the ex- Booth, Miss K. Senna, Mrs. II. W. periinent of securing labor for Hawaii Mist, Miss Cowcll, Miss Cameron, Miss in the Philippines can neither lie said Sarence. to have been a success or a failure. Per S. S. Mauna Koa, July 30. Mrs. lie feels confident, however, that if D. Alawa, Miss Restarick, Miss Theda the work is kept up a little longer it Boniham, Bishop Restarick, H. 1. can be made a success. A number of the natives have written to him to find out about, conditions here and are taking an evident interest in the mat- Jer. They are getting more con- fidence, feeling that Hawaii is a safe; place for them to go to, and that they; will be sure, of gettingfair treatment when they come here. I One of the insular governors hat;! written Wagner encouraging him to I attempt to send Igorrotes to Hawaii. It is, however, most improbable that , the planters will favor this plan, as the Igorrotes, who are better known under the name of ho.ad-hunters, are not a very desirable class, as their name would indicate. FREAR TALKS (Continued from Page 1) there is any significance in his dis cussing futuro action with the mem bers of the present cabinet is a mat ter for conjecture. The Chief Justice lias as yet made no announcement of his probable appointments for heads of departments. It is known that there will bo one change, as Attorney Gen eral Peters has definitely resigned and lias stated that he wishes to' have his resignation take effect as soon after the inauguration of the new Governor as possible. It is the general belief of those about tho Capitol that tliere will not be many other changes, but this is problematical, . alii tho chances are that tliere will be at least one or two. An amusing incident occurred this morning at the conference of the Chief Justice with tho Department heads. A man who had been to Superinten dent Babbitt's office with a bill he wished to collect, and also with a pret ty good-sized jag, pushed open the door of the Chief Justlce'si office and Something New You Will Like . rr- ft Sigmund's Cream Try it once and you'll want it again. On August 1st this new place will open. You can get cold meats, cold French fish, fine cakes and fancy delicatessen, and Elite Iced coffee and tea and ice cream. . . Julius von Sigmund, 1187 AlakeaSt.' SMPPINfi INTEUflENCE K Bi M ltd :t6 K iJ ;: M 'ft- X V- U K x ARRIVED . i H K la Si! K Jl iB; & fti f) K SI 181 U 'A . Monday, July 23. T. K. K S. S. Nippon Maru. W. J3 Filiner, from the Orient, G: 10 p. m. Tuesday, .July 3D. Str. Likelike, Neapola, 7:30 a. m. H M SI is', M 'j M i) la! iS M S 851 M 1 M ' DEPARTED l"J SIMS M la M LK! W i ri so M Tuesday, July 30. 8. S. Nippon Maru, Primer, for th Coast. Str. Kinau, Freeman, for llilo and way ports, noon. - . Str. Mauna Loa, Simerson, for 11a wall and Maui ports, noon. & SS ImJ a ft sS ii ft M n M M IB1 M K SAILING TODAY ikj a; is' !kj & m m m ia a) iS M m. Str. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai ports, 5 p. m. Str. Noe.-iu, I'cdeivon, for Mahukoiiu, Kukulhaele and llonokaa, 5 p. m. ;:' ft & it l! i! X 9i L' !h H. X M !J SAILING TOMORROW h; ;i kc iMj ,j & ;j i, p, , irt A n Stmr. Iwalanl, Piltz, for Maui and Molokal, 5 p. m. Ml ; M ;aj k; ! Ik; ik; il iii! Kj Lj M M Jl DUE TOMORROW ;! x !tf 1"1 M i'i s, ii ii n L! X H A S. S. Indiana, from San Francisco, p. in. x t; si m x ! si ss iKi if n h m DUE THURSDAY M M M l"l M M IS IBJ J et W' l M M U.S. A. T. Warren, from San Fran cisco. V.' t1 Tu- iwl rwi rw ful iwl H' 'M. 'it. Wl fl ,1 TmI '.fl L". i. L. Li i, W L"J .?-J Holdsteln, Miss IC. Batchlor, Mrs. .1. Fairchild, Master E. Uivell, Mary Goier, Mrs. J. Davis, G. M. Robinson, Henry. Aid, Mrs. Magoon, Philip 11, Aladge, Captain Filler, ,.1. P. Cults. Per S. S. Iwalanl, July 30. C. J Holt, W. W. Fraggatt, C. Van Dine, Miss Ellen Dwight, Dr. Norgaard, A. M. Brown. Per S. S. Keauhou, July 29. MIsa Bella Johnson, 55 M H K S3 SI ii M.S 81 181 W BJ 5S & IS :! PASSENGERS ARRIVED M & ; gj $ ;s; M g jg, lkj m M M Per S. S. Nippon Maru, from the Orient, July 29. For Honolulu: Mrs. F. Haniano, F. W. Milverton, V. H. Mailer, S. Ozakl, A. K. Ozawa and servant, P. Pa ton. P'or San Francisco: Miss G. Blascheck, H. Blascheck, Mrs. Borg, Chas. Braun, J. h. Brower, Mrs. 1. h. Brower, J. D. Brown, J. W. Cam mack, F. P. Casey, Mrs. F. P. Casey. Miss Chittenden, Jan Feith, S. Furu kawa, Miss M. L. Harris, N. J. Haynes, Lieutenant C. E. Heartt, Chester W. Hill, K. Ishii and servant, S. Ishimaru, P. Kinkald, Miss B. Kiukaid, G. Kuro sawa, Leuug Sik Ying, H. M. Lorber, G. E. A. Lutteroth, Miss E. Lyons, S. Matsuno, E. R. McCullough, Morlkaki, 0. W. Nesbet, K. Noborlsaka, D. Find gengalas, Mrs: R. L. Richards, W. Rieshol, Mrs. W. Riesbo), Mrs. H. F. Russell, H. G. San ten, A. H. Beaver,' Mrs. J. Shaen, Lieutenant Shepherd, 1 . Shibata aud three servants, Mrs. T. Shibata and child, B. Shimoda, M. Takata, Miss Pinion Warlow, M. J. White, Mrs. M. J.- Write, W. B. Wil son, Mrs. K. Yamasaki, S. It. Barry, Mrs. S. R. Barry. JMT BULLETIN ADS. PAY K i J l fa J 4 i l J 4 J stalked in lo ask Babbitt to settle up. I'rear gave him one look that made the cold shivers run down his spine, and lie swiftly and silently faded out cf the door. MERCHANT TAILORS 62 King St. Tel. Blue 2741. P. 0. Box 980 Cheese