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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. IT., SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1907.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR Mors oa Leahi Chapter Regular TUBSIIAV Rose Croix Special 7:30 p. m Hawaiian First Degree. "-UIWlV Perfection Regular, 7;30. Honolulu Chapter Practice, 7:3( V ATI ll (AV Pacific First Degree. 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 iu I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort street. E. R. 11EXDRY, Secretary. F. W. GEHRIXU, N. O. All visiting brothers very cordially invited. MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:80 o'clock In K. of I Hall, cor. Fert and Beretania. Visiting broth ers cordially Invited to attend.' A. S WEBBER, C. C F. WALDROM K. K. S. 0AIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at K. ef P. Hall, cor. Fort and l'.ere tiinla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic Lodge No. 2, Win. McKinley Lodge No. 8, and visiting brothers cordi-Uly Invited. General Easiness, il. GOSLING, c. C. A. S. KEN WAY, K. R. S. HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 610, H. P. O. B., will meet In their hall on Kins near Fort street every Friday evening. By order of the E. R. HARRY II. SIMPSON, Secretary. 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 Beretania. Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend. L. H. WOLF, C. C. E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E. Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings of each month at 7:?9 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. A. D. CASTRO, A. E. MURPHY, C. of R. Tel. Main 198. P. O. Box 192. E. J. sue MS SUCCESSOR TO Lord and Belsor, GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming, Crushed Rock. ' Black and White Sand and Soil for Sale. OFFICE AND YARD SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS. X & LIGHTFOOT, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND NOTA RIES PUBLIC. Cor. Alakea and Merchant Streets. Special Attention Given to Trusts and Real Estate. 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 noticeT Church Bells Snail and Medium Sizes, Complete. A. FERNANDEZ & SON, Nos. 44-50 King St., Katsey Blk., bx. Nuuanu & Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 189. COAT AND PANTS CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR SO CENTS PHONE MAIN 457 Sun Bise Dyeing House 1MB FORT STREET, fjj(iil v J .'., The Old blend I 0HUJ Hoffsclilaeger Co., Limited, King and Bethel Sts. NOW ! Our Suits made to your measure for $25.00 are guaranteed to give satisfaction, so that you get your money's worth. Geo. A, Martin, HOTEL ST. Open Until 5:30 P. M. . A A uf If f " ,-tjr 11 AUTOMOBILES ' We sell the leading makes and maintain a first-class repair depart ment. Call at our garage on Alakea St., above'King. Von IlainmYoung Co., Ltd. Pure 8oda with Ice Cream many flavors. Honolulu Drug Co.,. FORT STREET. Advance Styles in Millinery at Miss Power's MILLINERY PARLORS BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET. WHAT YOU WANT AND WHEN YOU WANT IT ALWAYS J. M, LEVY & GO. Family Grocers. Phone Main 149. Hee Kau Kee, CONTRACT PAINTER No. 1320 Nuuanu St., near Kukui, Honolulu. WALL PAPER FOR SALE DO YOU WANT K0A FURNITURE ? You Get It Here as You Want It. Wing Chong Co KING, CORNER BETHEL STREET. Dr. T. Uemura, Physician and Surgeon; Specialty eye diseases. Olllce, lluretunia near Niiuauu. Hours: 8 to 11 u. in., 7 to 8 p. iu. Telephone Main 4 20. Oftle King nr. Ampul; hours: J to 3 p. in Telephone U litis iCO. LOCAL AND GENEBAL Comfort, economy and results are all secured by letting a Bulletin Want Ad do it for you. Panama hats cleaned at the Globe. Ladles' rain cout has been lofit. See nd, this issue. Best cup of coffee in the city. New Knglund Bakery. tlawuilaii enameled Jewelry, sou venir Hpoona, etc., at Hill's P. O. sou venir store. Uenuy & Co., Ltd., agunts for the White sewing muulitne, Foit Wiw;t. Main 418. Take your cui'iiage or automobile to Hawaiian Can-luge Manfg. Co., for up-to-date repairs. liruee OartwrlKht, Cam I'urker Jr. tmd C. E. Copelnnd arrived In the Kinaii this nioniint;. I' M. McHtoeker returned In the Kinau this morning from his business irip on the hi;; Island. J. M. Levy & Co.'s new telephone number Is 7(1. If yon want, the best In grorory line ring up this number. The Lawrence Barrett 10c Citrar makes a delightful mild Havana smoke. . Try one. Ask your dealer. Mr. Moody of Kahulul has been ,i warded t he contract -of putting up t he i i'w steam laundry for Walliilui and Kahulul. Forester It. S. Hosmer was at. W Inku Wednesday morning on his wav .o Nahiku to set apart forest, reserva tions in that part of the country. The yacht Dolphin was offered for riii ii- at auction tills noon at an upset price of $2(itl. Thej'o were no bid ders and the sale was withdrawn. A elmnee for the boys and girls to make money. We will pay JOe per poind cusli (or small, red, ripe Utile peppers: Any quantity. New England Hakery. Christian Church, A. C. McKoever I astor. liihle school, 9:45; sermon, 11 a. m. Subject, "Uiborers With Cod"; t!:, Y. 1'. S. C. IS.; 7:0, sermon, "Tlu Sure Foundation." Job Bachelor, reporting as Master on Hie third annual account or Cecil Brown, trustees of the estate of (leorge 3. Boardnian, finds It Is correct in all parllcula rs. Job Bachelor has filed his Master';! lejiort on the seventh annual account, of Cecil Blown, guardian of Mary Alice Porter. He linds the accounts f irrect in every particular. Joaquin (iarcia of the First National Bank of WaTiiiku Is the happy fatiier of a little girl horn to his wife Wed nesday afternoon, August. 21st. Both mother and child are doing well. The pall bearers for the funeral of the late Miss Minna H.'Asch are li. Ughtfoot, (. Clark, II. Beerman, H. Bailey, V. Canning, D. Fitzpal rick, K. Muylleld, John Uooinanls. John G. Wooley will give an ad dress 6n Christian Citizenship to morrow in the M. H. church, corner of Beretania and Miller streets. It will pay you to come and hear him. , Sam Keau, the Hawaiian -who fell from the second story of a building on King street, near the Palama junction, died from his injuries this morning. A coroner's jury has been called to con sider the case. Teeo pottery is the art pottery of (he Fast and is represented In Ha waii net by Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co., Alexander Young building. Tapas, mats, baskets, fans, hats, beautiful souvenir posa cards. Mrs. Ferdinand Hons of Kahulul, iilaui, enterteained a number of her friends at a moonlight bathing party at Kahulul Bay Friday evening. About, a dozen fair and strong swimmers from Wailuku were in the party. H. T. Mills has brought garnishee action against Kalei Aona, with the Hawaiian Star Newspaper Associa tion named as garnishee, to get ?H alleged to have been originally ow ing to Manuel Keis for hack fare. The U. S. A. T. Burord, Captain Hall, departed for Manila at. 10 o'clock this morning. The band olayed a few se lections of Hawaiian melodies on board of her at half-past nine and was loudly applauded and cheered by. the passen gers. The Catholic Church or St. John the Baptist, Kalihi-waena, In charge of Hev. Father Clement Tomorrow, August 25th, Feast of the M. 1. Heart of Mary. 8:30 a. m., high mass, ser mon, collection. Sunday school 4 p. in. Rosary. The steamer Kinau, Captain Free man, arrived from Hawaii and Maul ports with the following cargo of freight: Three crates chickens, three horses, eight packages awa, 10 cords wood, II bags cocoanuts, 24 M. T. kegs, 29 bags laro, 30 cases honey, 32 bags cabbage, 271 packages sundries. Purser Beckley reported the follow ing sugar awaiting shipment, on the big Island: Olaa, 28,524; Waiakea, 13,000; Wainaku, 12.500; Onomea, '4,000; Tepeekeo, 7000; Honomu, 90(1(1; Hakalaii, 24,00(1; I.aupahoehoe, 28,000; 'Ookala, 35(10; Kukaiau, 2900; Hama kua, 14,0(Mi; I'aauhaii, 0500; Honokaa, 11.5(111; I'linaliiu, 24,021; Ilonmipo, 0891. Methodist Church The services tomorrow are as follows: Sunday Mchool at 9:15 a. in.; public worship, II a. m. John (I. Wooley will give an address on "Christian Cltizeii thlp." Kev. K. II. Turner will preach iu the evening at 7:30, ills siibjecti being "I'nlesliiie As It is Today." Miss Gertrude Hall will sing at both services. Kpworlli League at ii:30. The public is most cordially invited to any or all of these services. ggf BULLETIN ADS. PAY "rfgfg Weeping eyes and aching head, Smarting- ds a fiery red, Eyes so weak can barely see Think you're on a nightly spree. Can neither read, nor think, nor sew, Go to church, nor shop, nor show. WELL THBIN Relief is in our hand above. . N, SANFORD, GRADUATE OPTICIAN BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET . Over May & Co. MADE 1JN HONOLULU THE H. C. LINE HAWAIIAN SOUVENIRS Jewelry and Curios H. Culman, VARY YOUR MEATS We have something besides beef and mutton. The cold storage department contains some choice tid bits for the table, and you can get them by asking for a list when you are ordering, the cutter will tell you what the walls of the cold room shut from your view. Metropolitan Meat Co. Limited. Our New Number Is PHONE Pnmily Grocers A Comparison between our way and that of the cobbler mending shoes will convince you that we have the best method. We use only oak tanned leather at 60c a pound ; the hand cob bler uses leather at thirty cents per pound. Note the difference. If they attempt to meet our price it must be at the exoense of the material. Bear this in mind and bring your shoes to us when they need repairs; we make them as good as new and with a per fect factory polish. VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP, Union Street. x -x-' -x- -x- -x- -x- a x- X- ft ft X- X- Because you are not in the dry goods line do not sup- pose for an instant you are not interested in appealing to ladies. Who buys the furniture, the stoves, the tinware, the pianos, the carpets, the groceries, and often decides on the gentleman's necktie and suit of clothes t Who buys most of the boys' clothine. and takes the children to have their pictures made ? The wife or the elder sister, of course, and "' they read the Evening Bulletin six days a week. At it ft ft X ft ft ?. ft ft ft-X- ft . V it it iY- X ii -li Own A 2 J Good Piano Y The best piano you can buy Y is the Fischer. It is not so Y expensive as some others, but v vnn nre not navino- a nremium I 4 j i o w v for a name. a The Fischer is as good aT piano as can be made and itbf is especially suited to thisf climate. ? Sold nn the ensv navmentr d on the easy payment x plan at y Alexander Young Bldg. S Hawaiian News Co,, Ltd., m wAtTwn tit rn Nr YOUNG BLDG. TEC0 POTTERY. The Art Pottery of the East. Tapas, Cut Mats, Baskets, Fans, Hats. HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO., Alexander Young Building, 1064 Fort St King Street, near Port Above Hotel St. -m -v- -x- -a SITE 10T WWW Another step was taken In the Ma !uUa Bite deal yesterday noon when the Henry Waterliouse Trust Co. pur chased at auctioiitone of the pieces ot land of which the site Is composed. The lot is the one on which the old warehouse of the Pacific Hardware Co. stands, faclngt Queen street. It was jiold by J. O. Carter as trustee of J. A. Cummins. It was bid in at tlw upset price of $18,700. llll (MEItp UM Colonel Charlie McCarthy has de cided to resume Monday the excellent lunches which he served before the now liquor law went Into effect, only- he will make no charge. He has se cured the same old cook and will give a first-class meal every day from 11 a in. to 1:30 p. ni. and again at 4 p. ni. This fine lunch will be served piping hot and will be gratis to all patrons. Come Monday. JAPANESE EXCLUSION (Continued from Pffle 1) of the peaceful relations now existing between this country and Japan." "That unless the Dominion Govern ment take immediate steps a request be made for a special session of the provincial legislature nnd the re-enactment of Hon. Mr. Bowser's Natal act." MR. DOWSEK POINTS THE WAY. In a letter of regret of his Inability to attend the meeting, Attorney Gen eral Bowser said: "It is unnecessary for me to tell you that I am in full accord with your Ideas of a league, and only hope your efforts will be successful. "In my opinion the only thing that ran be done to bring this to a success ful termination Is to convince the cab inet at Ottawa that this country is unanimous upon the question of the exclusion of the Japanese, and that therefore the Governor General should at once assent, to the bill which I had passed last session, the Nalal act. "So far as r am concerned, I can only state that as soon as the bill is assented to, as Attorney General I will see that the same Is properly carried out and enforced. "As outlined above, I am very strongly of opinion that this is tha proper line for your league to take, lo have the Governor General assent to the local act, as in that way you can have it enforced at once, wheroaa If left to future legislation on the pa"t ot the' Dominion parliament it simply means that the country will be flooded by Asiatics before any action can be taken by the parliament at Ottawa. ORIENTAL HEAD TAX. Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 12. The poll tpx for the Hindus and the Japanese! That is now the cry. According to the law relating to noil lax, It. is payable annually by residents of this province. It is due any time alter January 1; and as all Asiatics landing on these shores come to stay they are properly subject to this tax ation the moment they set foot on the wharf in Vancouver. , Had the tax been imposed on the twelve hundred Japanese who landed from the Kmnerlc a few weeks ago, the sum of $3,000 would have been netted by the Provincial Government and at least that amount of the famous $30,000 endle&ji chain money in the possession of the Japanese would have remained in the country. When the steamship Indiana arrives here on August 10 from Honolulu, the Japa nese she is bringing will be made to ;jay the poll tax. The Athenian has on board one hundred and fifty-five HIn dus direct from Hongkong. FOR WHITE CANADA. Winnipeg, Aug. 15. "A White Can ada," is to be the cry of the Winnipeg trades unions on the question of Asiatic labor for the Dominion. This was demonstrated at the meeting of the Trades and Labor council at Win nipeg last night. A letter of appeal was read from the Trades and Labor Council of Vancouver, and this will be re-forwarded to the home Government but Chairman McKinnon said there was no question as to what the action of the responsible committee would be. There was comulete unanimity among union men on this matter. They were determined to fight, the introduction of yellow labor, tooth and nail. They wanted Canada to be a white man's country, a white Canada. Steps are being taken, said the let ter, tor the formation of an Asiatic ex clusion league, which, when properly organized will take this matter out of the hands of the Trades and Labor council and make It a people's move ment, irrespective of party, politics or creed. "Something certainly must be done at once, as events here are as suming an alarming aspect In regard lo Oriental arrivals," was one of the passages In the letter. A paper, known as the Trades Union, bus been secured and will be used to awaken the public to the serious state of affairs. J.t-ttiico has a soothing effect on I lie nerves and is excellent for suf ferers from Insomnia. It also ucts as a seiluilvti upon tlio human frum owing to the opium It contains. TIDES iff ft -I B g Mnon C: ui and 5 j Sets Sctn 5 4 6 96 1 4 3 4 6 5 9 Ji 5 40 6 91 j 38 5 41 6 14 4 43 S 41 6 93 Rises ; 41 6.99 7 49 5 49 6 91 8 39 Si 5h ?5 a m. p.m ! 3! 8 I lo l.ol I .R-m.' I 57 i.o i m i ii ! I i 49 9-1 I 59 7 a8 9 48 I 1 22 a.o a 47 8 91 10 91 I I ! ' 4 O0,-,' I )' 9 09 10 48 4 37 1.8 4 9 57 11 M I ,1 a. III. a. 111. 5 C9 l6 5 O! 11 49 10 45 Full moon Aug. 23, at 1:44 a. m. Times of the tide are taken from the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey tables. 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. m., which is the same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. 8un and moon are for local time for the whole group. 1 3 la i8i se m m us m ik m ii w m i : ABPvIVED H & & a m iai m & . r is k a a ii Friday, August 23. C.-A. It. M. S. S. Manuka, Phillips, from Vancouver, 5:30 p. m. Saturday, August 24. Str. Kinau, Freeman, from Hawaii and Maul ports, 9:30 a. 111. Str. Nliliau, Oness,' from way ports; 0:45 a. m. Str; Ke Au Hon, Tullette, frrjiii Ka uai ports, 9:40 a. m. m si ihi k s li its ia h m m m si m m h DEPARTED 3 H S IS fe" B &! IS W IB; Iff ia ! ;r, 3 Friday, August 23. C -A. R. M. S. S. Manuka, Phillips, ' for the Colonies, 11:30 p. m. Str. Clatuline, Bennett, for Hawaii and Maui ports, 5 p. in. Saturday, August 24. U. S. A. T. Bttford, Hall, for Manila via Guam, 10 a. m. m ia m b ia a a a i w m m m m m w l PASSENGERS ARRIVED M XTlBl Ml 181 IHI IHI m M l 'Si ifil fei H g M Per Str. Kinau, Freeman, from Ha waii and Maui ports, August 24, 9:30 a. m. Miss A. Steehr, Miss B. Hut man, Miss Lena Dillon, A. J. Bnlllng, Bruce Cartwrlght, Professor Wood, F. A. Richmond, J. R. Douglas, Miss L. Macy, Tom Wai Kim, Miss Sela Pratt, C. Dement, Miss Lillian Wrist, Miss A. Neuman, Mrs. G. P. Haven, J. Smith, Mrs. Yundley, . Tom A. Burn ingham, K. Yamamoto, Mrs. K. Yamar. moto, Master Y. Yamamoto, Miss M. Pamaiaulel, Mrs. A. Mason, Mrs. A. G. Captell, Mrs. O. G. Bettis, E. J. Gay, J. Hill, Mrs. H. R. Bryant, Miss G. Bryant, Miss F. N. Carter, Miss Hira, W. Lennox, Samuel Parker Jr., T. B. McStocker, Mrs. A. C. Pherdnor, Father Lewis, C. E. Copeland, A. Fer nandes Jr., A. V. Peters, J. Cocltett, Mrs. J. Cockett, R. E. Mist, E. Langer. Per C.A. R. M. S. S. Manuka, from Vancouver and Victoria,-August 23. For Honolulu: Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. Broadstreet, Miss Thompson, Miss B. Johnson, Mr. McKenzie, Mrs. H. F. Hill and child, Mrs. Welbourne, Mrs. Churchill, Mrs. R. Anderson and son, Mrs.. McGill and son, Mrs. Christ, Mrs. Roe, Miss A. Lemon, Miss J. McLean, Miss R. Crickard, Miss M. Dickinson, Miss Listhead, Mr. Welbourne, R. An derson, J. C. McGill, A. Y. Martin, Mr. Roe, Mr. Bryant. e m m m m m m s m m & m m ia m S PASSENGERS DEPARTED Ji M li & IBJ M SS M 18 & iS Hi iHi K Per Str. Claudine, Bennett, for M.ul rorts, August 23, 5 p. m. -II. B. We! ler, C. W. Baldwin, N. Longworth and wife, A. L. C. Atkinson, H. Focke, F. Klamp, Miss C. Baldwin, Miss V. Ma kee, W. J. C'oelho, J. M. Vivas, H. Rice, Dr. Raymond, Manuel Dutra and son, S. A. Baldwin, W. D. Baldwin, Ed. Peck, Jim Ahoy, J. A. Medeiros, J. Vincent, J. Schwartz, Jno. Douglas, Rev. A. S. Baker, Agnes Pieper, Mary Vincent, J. S Maloney, W. A. Ranisal, H. McCubbin, Miss Alice Macfarlane, Mrs. V. Madeiros, A. Enos, Dr. Dlne gar, A. L. Lanison, H. R. Macfarlane, .ir., and I. H. Harbottle. Per C.-A. R. M. S. S. Aorangi. for Vancouver and Victoria, August 23. I. . E. Cofer, K. W. Heye, Mrs. and Miss Gurney, A. C. Bowles, T. J. Mur ray, W. E. Kimball, Admiral and Mrs. Stevens, Miss B. Annls, Mrs. T. Wil ion and Infant. Per C.-A. R. M. S. S. Manuka, for the Colonies, August 23. Mr. and Mrs. rimu, Mrs. R. A. Woodvar.l, T. 11. Wells, Miss F. B. Lysnar, C. W. San- d'es, T. Minton, Mrs. W. Harphaln, Miss E. Anderson. The Japanese-Korean Exclusion League Is to make a request on the different "political parties of the Coast So Include an exclusion plank in their platforms. Distinct Directions Order your new Buit here. Then, you will get a fit of style and be sat isfied. Come in and pick out the cloth you prefer. There are many different kinds to select from. W. W. Ahana & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS 62 King St. 'PHONE BLUE 2741. P. 0. Box 081 0 .4 1