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MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR Oceanic-Regular and Seeond. H HUM hDAr Rose Croix Degree Work. PHI ' Hawaiian Third Degree. t AM visiting members of the onlcr are cordially Invited to attend meetings of local lodges HARMONY LODGE, No.3, I. 0. 0. F. Meets every Monday evening at 7: JO lu 1. O. O. F. Hull, Fort streot. E. R. HEXDUY. Secretary. F. W. UEHUIXG, N. O. All visiting brothers very cordially ftivlted. ' MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor Fort and Beretaniu. Visiting broth rs cordially Invited to attend. A. S WEUIiEll, C. C F. WALDROX K. H. S. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. . Meoia everv Friday evening at K. of H. Hall, nor. Fort and Here- lunlu, at 7:30. Members of Mystlo Lodge No. 2, Win. McKluley Louse Jo. 8, and visiting brothers coidl'illy tuvlted. General Business. . R. GOSLING, C. C. A. S. KEN WAY, K. R. 3. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. E., will meet In their hull on Kin.? near Fort street every Friday evening. By ordSr of the E. R. HARRY H. SIMPSON, Secretary. F. E. RICHARDSON, E. R. Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P. Meets every Saturday evening5 at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor. Eert and Beretaniu. Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend. L. H. WOLF, C. C. E. A. JACOB30N, K. R. S. HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E. Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY everings of each month at 7:80 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner Beretanla and Fort street. 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 Inure Ju.yB of each month at Knights of HSfttla'n H&ll. ViHltlng brothers cor dially invited to attend. A. D. CASTRO, A. E. MURPHY, C. of R. Tel. Main 198. P. O. Box 192. E. j. LORD, SUCCESSOR TO - Lord and Beiser, GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming, Crushed Rock. Black and White Sand and Soil for Sale. OFFICE AND YARD SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS MAGOON & LIGIiTFOOT, 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 f!irnff!RY of ever? capacity and de scription mae 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. Church Bells Small and Medium Sizes, Complete A. FERNANDEZ & SON, Nos. 44-50 King St., KaUey Blk, bt Nuuanu and Smith Sts; Tel 169. " COAT AND PANTS CI-FANED AND PRE6S6U POP , BO CI2NT PHONE 4&7. Sun Rise Dyeing House I4 fOAT ITHEr, m v p o 85 O riS. Trc Old DUno, i Hoffschlasger Go Limited, King and PethelSts. NOW! Our Suits made to your measure for 0 $25.00 are guaranteed to give satisfaction, so that you get your money's worth. l Geo. A, Martin, HOTEL ST. Open Until 5 :30 P. M. AU1OM0BILES , We sell the leading makes and maintain a first-class repair depart ment. Call at our garage on Alakea St., above King. Vnn HammYoung Co.. Ltd. Pure Soda with Ice'Cream 1 many flavors, Honolulu Drug Cov FORT STREET. . Advance Stylesin Millinery at flliss Power's MILLINERY PARLORS B03TON BLDG.. FORT 8TREET, WHAT YOU WANT AND WHEN YOU WANT IT ALWAYS j. M, LEVY &C0. Family Grovers. Phone 78 Hee Ksu Kee, CONTRACT PAINTER No. 1320 Nuuanu St., near Kukui, Honolulu. WALL PAPER FOR SALE DO YOU WANT KOA FURNITURE ( You Get It Here at You Want It. Wing Chong Co KING, CORNER BETHEL STREET. Dr. T. Uemura, I'liyxli Ihii grid Burgeon; BpeclalWt di-tunt. Gfltce, ftumlmilu Lnf Nuuuiiu. Hours; U to 1 1 a. lu , 1 to U p. iu, Telephone Main 420, Office V l"K lir, Alapul; hours; 1 to I p ro Tul--phn U hit 60, r, ' x Bp LOCAL AND GENERAL An old ice chest mav be turned into a lawn mower by letting a Bul letin Want Ad do it for you. Tally Iioh, livery, autos. Stkyds Sthl. Panama hats cleaned at the Globe." liest cup of ceffee In 'the city. New ICiigluud Hakery. Hawaiian enameled Jewelry, sou venir spoons, elc, at Hill's P. O. sou venir store. " Ueuuy Co., 'Ltd., agents tor the .V Li lie sewing machine, 12liti Fort street. Main 448. '1'uka your carriage or automobile to Hawaiian Carriage Maufg. Co., for up-to-date repairs. Oahti Lodge. No. 1, K. o P., will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock 'in K. of I'. Hall. King street.. Humor has It that Ix.rrln AndrewH, tormer Attorney General ot Hawaii, will ret ti rii to the Inland. The Lawrence Barrett 10c Cigar makes a delightful mild Havana smoke. Try one. Ask your dealer. Honolulu Lodge No. (ilii, tl. l'. u. iv, will meet In 1 lie lodge room, King street, near Fort, ut 7:30 this evening. Hudnut holiln the reputation for making the finest toilet articles In the world, and iieution, Smith &. Co. Ltd, Hell them. Coat your lion roofs with "Arahlc." You will be uurprlHed at its cooling and preservative properties. Califor nia Feed Co., aentu. A meeting of the Walalne, Kaimukl and l'alolo Improvement Club will lie held ut the rooms of the Promotion Committee at 1:30 p, in. tomorrow. A wltruiae for the boys mi girls to make money. We wiH pay 10a per Doind cauh for small, red. ripe Chile peppei-B. Any quantity. New tfnglaml Bakery. " Let us give you prices on our cat ering department. Fancy Ice Creams and Sherbets at short notice served in up-to-date style. Alexander Young Cafe. (iet ready for Hlom'H grand clear nee sale which begins next Tuesday morning. Everything in the store will be offered at tremendous reduc tions. W. Pfotenhauer of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., and several others left for Kanal in the Mikahala last, night to r. i.t end the formal opening of the Ke-kiilia-Waimen ditch. The regularly monthly business hieeting of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of Central Union church will be held tonight ut Miss Yarrow's residence. You can get anything in the Burke James photographic line at Hawaii Photo and Art Co. A complete stock of these goods just unpacked. Also a lino of Century Cameras. You will find ut the Woman's Ex change, Hotel near Fort, everything to b desired in native hats Don't fail to give It your personal attention for if you do, you'll surely regret it. Calll'ornians are asked to call at the store of J. M. Levy & Co., King street, for the purpose of securing Invitations to the anniversary ball to be given at the Young Hotel on the evening ol September 9. A large outline map of the Kapa pala ranch lands has just been com pleted by Territorial Surveyor Wall and is to be placed ut the entrance of the land office for Inspection. The Kapnpulu lands are advertised for lease. The dance of the season will be the anniversary ball given by the Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West at the Alexander Young Hotel on Monday evening, Septem ber 9th. Invitations may be had of the committee. , The police have received a. cable from the San Francisco police asking them to see that Miss Helen Kilgore is not shanghaied to some other port The young lady arrived yesterday In the Kithet, but she professed to be unable to shed any light on the mat ter. On Monday evening, September 2, there will be a reception and ball given to the Bulletin girls and their chaneron from 8 to 12 p. m. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to join in making this an occasion long to be remembered. .Management Ka waiian Hotel. The sale of Lawrence Harrett mild Havana cigars is Increasing rapidly every day. The sale of one means the sale of half- a dozen ol more a short time after, because every smoker tells his friends of its good flualittes. Try one. You'll like it. Theo. II. Davies & Co., distributors. On account of a recent visit of A it. Gurrey, secretary of the Hoard or Fire Underwriters, to HiUi, and his objections to the methods employed iu wiring buildings. It will be neces sary for that county to draw up a new building ordinance. The old one has been declared Invalid. The Japanese ure going into the laundry business for keeps. An agree ment Is on foot ul the present tlmd looking to the const ruction of a pub lic wash house near the Hoy's Field. The scheme , looked to by those who have an eye on such Institutions Is to liuve l hem bunched In one locality thereby making their Inspect ion bii i any mailer. , II I MMMI Only One "BNOMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE HKOMO yul nine. LV-il thu worM over to Cur I'oliln in (Jua J)uy. K. W. lirovo's Mnutum on Jla1e ly J'AKIS HliulflNU CO,, Suim J,uui, V. B, vl A. Weeping eyes and aohing head, Smarting ds a fiery red, Eyas so weak can barely see Think you're on a nightly apree. Can neither read, nor think, nor sew, Go to church, nor shop, nor show. WELL . THEN Relief is in our hand above. A. N, SANFORD, GRADUATE OPTICIAN BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET Over May & Co. H, C, HIGH CLASS HAWAIIAN CURIOS HsCulman, 1064 Fort ME i Additional Cable News on Page 1. v NEW BRIDGE FALLS; MANY WORKMEN DROWNED. Quebec, Aug. 29. One of the spans of the new seven million-dollar bridge being built here collapsed today, seventy-live of the workmen engaged up on it being carried down Into the river and drowned. TESTIMONY IN GLASS TRIAL ENDED. San Francisco, Aug 2D. The taking of testimony in the second trial of lx)uis Glass for nil alleged bribery of supervisors was concluded today. COAL FOR BATTLESHIPS. New York, Aug. 29. Thirty-six thousand tons of 'coal have been or dered at the different points at which the battleship fleet will call while en route from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast. PLAGUE SITUATION WILL BE CONTROLLED. Washington, Aug. 20. The health iflieials here are confident that the outbreak of plague at San Francisco can be controlled. KAUFMAN WINS IN SEVENTH R0UNND. San Francisco, Aug. 29. Al Kauf man won his fight with Mike Schreck in the seventh round by the knockout I'oute. WILL REVIVE GUILLOTINE. Paris, Aug. 29. It is probable that 'he use of the guillotine in executions will be revived throughout France. The famous Re3 Front, at the cor ner of Nuuanu .avenue ' and Queen f tieet, Is to come under new manage ment on September 1, when the' Rosenberg Bros., who conduct the Rosenberg bottling business on QueeU street and the Globe clothing house on Hotel street, will assume the manage ment. In the past the Red Front establish ment has entered only to the trade ol The deep water sailor, and as a side issue men were shipped and supplied with outfits. From this time on the f.tock .will be for all classes, and the gentleman of fashion may be supplied with stylish garments that will lit. him o appear anywhere. The Rosenberg -Irotliers will have nothing to do with shipping men on the vessels which coineshort of crews or which may low Koine of their complement; thut Is left to the management of the Sailors' Home or Hie '. H. Shipping Comrnls bloner. District Attorney Hreckoim has been icqm-Meil to furnish the Red Front with a copy of the laws relating to supplying mUIoi' with goods on al lotment notes and the Uownlicig 'liotliem Inii nil lu follow thut luw to Hie letter, and In doing tut the sailor '.'In (teals there will be assured of lulr I'cuinietit and gooij return for the 4 h Tvnriij o o o o o o o o o o o a til fimiVi Vvmmimv Tta fVi 40 Wttttbll itilillbtl a B w strongest, most reliable, e"i;f t.rnnninr mnrhin made. VP And in a very short time you yr can learn to operate one. P In every way you'll be thor- X oughly satisfied with a SMITH PREMIER. o S Hawaiian News Co., Ltd., YOUNG BLDG. ; X OWN A PIANOLA One Should be in every home. We sell them on the easy payment plan. BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD., Odd Fellows' Building. .mount of his allotment note. In other words, he will not exchange a valuable consideration for a gold brick, which he mav find in his "ditty" bag when he gets beyond the three-nffye limit. The quality of the goods handled b fie uew munagenrent is unquestioned, As has been -'stated, they have been bought to sell to all classes, and are, fonsequently, superior iu material and workmanship to the average ready-to-wear clothing. The reputation "Of the men who will conduct the- Red Front in the future is well known; they have been here for years and enjoy the con fidence of the community. They pro pose to give "Jack" ashore a square (U'al. Included In the stock will be underwear, shirts, collars, cuffs, neck ties, boots and shoes, as well as cloth lug. .' Y WON HI APPEALS FRI MM Mary Gordon Bennett, one of the sccial lights of Iwllel, doesn't think that Judge Whitney took a correct view of the facts In her case when he sentenced her to 60 days en the reef lor being found dhtnk In a public place. So she has appealed to the Cir cuit Court to see If she can't escape the degradation of being sent to jail. Mary Gordon Bennett, according to Hie testimony given in police court, was doing her best to make Honolulu a real, live town. In fact, one of the witnesses swore that she was raising well, not cabbages. . She was drunk, and her drunk was of the fighting variety. Indeed, she so far forgot her r.elf as to slap Felicita in the face when they were both taking an auto mobile ride in the patrol wagon. In brief, she was "making scandal in the stieet." , But Mary G. B. doesn't think she ought to get tiO days for a little thing like that. SYMPHONY CONCERT COMES OFF TONIGHT. The Symphony concert to be given tonight at the Art League rooms will be a thing of beauty, as far as the decorations are concerned, nud It assured by the promoters that the music will be a Joy forever. The program Is full to overflowing with the best selections of tbe day. Prof. Kahl will give a piano solo, and Mr. W. B. Stockman has kindly con sented to sing "Ideale," by TostI, and "I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby," by Clay. "The Butterfly," by Bendlx; "A Gavotte," by Tabanl, and the overture 'Tlque Dame," by Suppe, complete the rather short but well aelected program. There are many other selections in addition to the above. Mr.' llode hui spared no pains, as director of the (ncert, in Its prepar ations, and It is hoped a goodly sized house will respond. The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle tin and the Weekly Edition, give a eonclee and complete raaume of all le gal notices, calls for lenders, Judg ments, building permita and real ae tata transactions Evening Bulletin, 75s P" month, Weekly Bulletin, HIi SAILORS COMPETITIVE MOVEMENT TO MAKE THE STAY PLEASANT Sailors Home, Y. M. C. A. and Sal vation Army Will Hustle to Promote Mental and Spir itual Welfare. The following plans have been made by the Y. M. C. A. and the Sailors' Home to entertain the crews of the Big Four, which are due on Monday, September 2nd. A commit tee representing tbe two Institutions will call on the commanders of the respective vessels on arrival, and ex tend an Invitation of welcome to the men to use both the Sailors' Home and the Y. M, C. A., which are pre pared to meet all their needs, being fully equipped with every facility for their spiritual and social welfare. En tertainment will be given at the Association hall, and a good program Is arranged. Religious service will be conducted both at the Home and the Y. M. C, A. and several outings to points of Interest. All friends of both institutions are cordially invit ed to assist in every way to give the men a good time, and make their stay in Honolulu a pleasant one.' Mrs.- Staff-Captain Bradley of the Salvation Army, Honolulu, calls for the kindly cooperation of Christian workers from all churches in ber pro posed endeavor to entertain tbe sail ors of the U. S. squadron coming shortly. Y Mr. Hall of tbe Pacific Hardware Co., has generously given the corner store on Fort and Merchant streets for a reading and lounging room. A meeting has been called to meet In the Central Union Church Parlor to day, Friday, at 3:30 p. m., where vol unteers will be able to confer with Mrs. Bradley on the plans. Much sympathy has been already expressed by those knowing of the scheme, and it is believed lhat it will have the suprJOrtjJk tne , gwfi'ouj lie'arted Ho- r.oimu jeouie. ; SMITH DISAPPROVES (Continued from Page 1) "His attention had been called to the arrest of three sailors near the Catton & Nelll shons yesterday afternoon. He said that the men were not under the influence of liquor and that they had explained that they were on their way to the ship when they were appre hended. He said that he Intended to investigate the matter. "Now we do not arrest these men lor drunkenness or any, such thing. We take them in charge because they have overstayed their leave. The naval authorities have requested us to assist them by doing so, and as a matter of fact the Raleigh was delayed from tailing yesterday for several hours be cause a number of her men had not 'timed up in time. With regard to the statement of the sailors that they were on their way to the ship, I can only say that every saflor who is gathered in makes this statement." The O. R. & L. Co will run no freight trains next Monday, as it is Labor Day. Enos Vincent, the Maui attorney who came to this city some weeks ago, has decided to practice here. He will be In the office of E. A. Douthitt, IROftUOOIS RESCUED (Continued from Page 1) "and could not therefore pick up .the cruisers. "Carter made a splendid run," said Yeoman Abbey, "He is a good reckoner and good navigator. He made every island at exactly the time he had reckoned.- We-are proud of our com mander. ' '. , "We visited and found the following islands: Bird Island, Neckar Island French frigate schoal, GardnerIsland, I isianski Island, Pearl and Hermes Itecf, Dousett Reef, Johnson Island, 'Icean Island and Midway and Laysan islands. The wind which was blowing during our cruise was terrific, but the little tug boat stood all sorts of stormy weather. "At French frigate shore the crew had a good time fishing sharks and uluas. They caught some turtle. Our meals consisted principally ot mullet and a great variety of fish. Our hot cakes were made of turtle eggs. They are the best eating that I found." MANY EMPLOYES ON BIG LINER, The captain of a huge ocean flyer Is as good as a king in his own realm. The commander of the express steamer Kronprlnzessln Cecllie of the Nor deutscher Lloyd, for Instance, rules liver an army of C79 people, among whom are twenty-four officers, pursers, and postofflce clerks, 61 machinists, electricians, bollersmiths and oilers, 231 chief stokers, stokers and coal (rimers, 229 stewards, stewardesset and tweendeck stewards, 33 scullery men and pantrymen, 33 cooks, bakers butchers, confectioners, nine barbers, hairdressers, booksellers, baggagemaa lers and wireless telegraph operators, R9 helmsmen, coxswains, carpenters, Dullmukers, sailors and lamp-cleaners. "FOR RENT" cards en sal t the Bulletin office. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE TIDES r r Moon R-4M hiiiI Sl If. p m.'ft. a-m. a a.ra- 1 I ' I 1 4 1.4 14V I" II I I p-III. 6 il i.t 6 li II il jo a. ni. u. in- I Rim S S JO, S l t II H, ON ' ' I I ' I S IT 1.1. 1 IS I H IJ 1 II 14 a ji i.i S oi ;7i I 44 7 S S oS '"I i 41 I Ol 1.5' 45, 44 "1 6 14' u-m. 12 ) 1-4 II 40 1 I 44 Last quarter of the moon Aug. 30. Times of the tide are taken from, the United States Coaat and Qeodetlo' Survey tables. Hawaiian atandard time la 10 boura 30 minutes Blower than Greenwich time, being that of the meridian of 157 legrees 30 minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:30 p. in., which is the same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. H ARRIVED n.i 1 A A of, i iiursuay, Auijuni ij. Bkt. R. P. Rithet, Drew, from Saq Francisco, 1:16 jj. m. Friday,' AuSust 'So." it a o r-.. ..,.. ,.. MI.I- ' V. 0. O. 11 uijuuid, .ai mi, ,iviii iiiiu way island, 1 a. m. Bk. Mary E. Foster, Johnson, from Tacoma, 8 a. m. Str. Maul, Bruhn, from Hawaii and way ports, 8:30 a. m. a m m m fci a sos jb h h si is h h K DEPARTED aBEeKBHBsfilB.IS'BIHBBlE Str. Mauna Loa, SImerson, for Ha waii ports, 12 m. .1 1 U. S. 8- Raleigh, Peters, for San Francisco, 4:45 p. m. Str. Mikahala, Gregory, for Kauai ports, 5 p. ra. t SAILING TODAY iltCBjBElBilHlMlffiaiisaiiHJBHBK Str. Claudlne, Bennett, for Hawal: ami Maul ports, 5 p. m. , "'" Str. Kauai, for Hawaii ports, 4 p. m. KHEBBIBlHBllBiEiaBliKlB PASSENGERS ARRIVED sasiaiiaiisiafeBiaiiHiKJKiiaiii Per Bkt. R. P. Rithet, from m m San Francisco, August 29. H. R. Macfar lane, A. E. Fallon, Mrs. Tllden and two children, Miss Helen Kilgore. SaKBJSdB8KBSHB8KIBatll PASSENGERS DEPARTED ' a a m 'us m h km u m n x Per Str. Mauna Loa, SImerson, for Hawaii and Maul ports, August 30, noon. J. Schwartz, M. de Corte. R. D, Marburg, Mrs. Geo. W. Robinson, In fant and nurse, Alfred Martin, Miss M. Marcos, Miss J. B. Jones, J. P. Men donca, H. Kaapana, R. A. McWayne, Mrs. H. R. Bryant, Miss 0. Bryant. Mrs. A. Mason, Miss S. Kamauoha, Miss E. lone (return), Mrs. S. C. Allen, Miss Cowan, J. A. Magoon, Misses Ma roon, Bertha Meyer, Mrs. J. L. Treeth, Master Enoka Lowell, Mrs. R. P. Lanze and three children. Miss Anna Danford, Miss Gilbert, G. W McDou gall, Mrs. , Bertleman, Mrs. C. A. Wills. Per Str. Mikahala, Gregory, for Kauai ports, "August 29, 5 p. m. Mrs. E. Omstead, Mrs. Hofgard, R. M. Isen berg, L. Kahlbaum, Miss H. Blake, Mrs. G. Kaai, Miss F. Malbrlehl,. Miss N. Hardmyor, Mrs. M. De Mello, DavM De Mello, Miss J. Hester, C R Gardin, Jas. Roman, Miss Hodgins, Wm. Pfo tenhaur, Geo. Kauai, Miss E. Sniitu, Miss A. K. Harrison, Miss W. Mid helm, Misses Gtr.te, R. Mislck, Master Joseph Keao Akl. Per Str. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, for Ka uai ports, August 30, S p. m. Secre tary Mott-Smlth, Colonel Spauldtng. 8 Bl H HB H.BBB KB S 8 8 B St 8 . 1 HONOLULU WEATHER KHBEESflSHBIBMSES. BBSs ...-' - . August 30. Temperatures 6 a. m., 72; 8 a. m., 78; 10 a. m., 81; noon, 82; morn ing minimum, 72. Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.93; absolute humidity, 8 a. m., 6.474 grains per cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 63 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C4. Wind 6 a. m., velocity 3, direc tion N. W.; 8 a. m velocity 9, direc tion E.; 10 a. m velocity 9, direction N. E.; noon, velocity 10, direction N. E. Rainfall during 24 hours ended a. m trace. -Total wind movement during 24 hours ended a't noon, 151 miles. WM. B. STOCKMAN. Section Director, U. S. Weataer Bureau, Fine Job Printing at the Bui- etin office. Distinct. Directions Order your new suit here. Then jou will get a fit of style and be tat isSed. , Come in and piok out the cloth xpu prefer. There are many different kinds to select from. W. W. Abana & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS 62 Kin St VH0Nt 625. " p. O. BOX 981.