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evening bulletin, Honolulu, t. h Tuesday, june 23, toos.
MAS0N1G IBM! 1 '
WEEKLY CAIEHDAR :
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mas
Oceanic Third Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Ml rinding member of tne
nlof arc cordlnll? Invited to
ittnnrl mt itlnjci of (oral lodge
AHMOSY LODGE No. 3. 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
. In I. 0 O K. Hall, Fort Street
B. It. HKNDRY, Secretary.
UKN. V. V1CKKRS, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0DGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Moets every 3d and 4th Tuesday
of easb month at 7'30 p. m. at K. P.
Hull, corner Fort and leretanla Sta.
Visiting Urotbers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. 0.
V. WALDRON, K. of R. & 3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meets every flrst and third Fri
day evonlng at 7: SO InlC of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Berotanla. VIsIMok
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DHERING, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
SONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
K will meet In ttfttr hall on King
Bear Fort street every Friday even
tng. By order or the E R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of F.
Ileete every Saturday evening at
I: SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
ro.t and Berotanla. Visiting broth-
re cordially Invited to attend.
W L. FRAZEB, O.C..
H A. JACOB80N, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mxta on the 2nd and itb WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, comer
WetanlH and Fort streets.
Vlsltlnx Eagles are Invited te at
nd W L.' FRAZEB, W Prest
H T MOOHK. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
UwU emry flrst and third Thurs
layt of each month at Knights ot
fytbUn Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llally Invlud o attend.
J. W. ABOH, Sachem.
A. B. UURPHY, O. of R.
Hats, Caps and Straw
The Best Whiskey on- the Market
THOS. F, MoTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
FHONE 140. F. 0. BOX 765.
-The Beet In Town.
TEL. 027. KING ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 30S. 002 NUUANU.
4000 Orcen Roofing Slate 10"xl6".
600 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Caetlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12", Wrought. Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 21t.
I The Acme of per- M
I fection in the 1
I Rcady-to-lay J
I different weights f
M II1UUC 1UI ail ua.a
I of buildings. Write 1
I for our Class "A" I
I Booklet showing 1
Malthoid used on 1
I fine buildings. 1
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
BUN DOWN t
It will build you up
CAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOB. FOBT AND ETNG STS.
THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BBEW OF
THE EASTERN STATES IS
IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fanoj
'10TEL 6TREET NEAR BETHEL
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS "POWER'S. MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
YeevChan & Co.,
PHONE 627.' King & Bethel Sts.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
en and Fruits; at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St,, bet. Xing and" Merchant.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A good commencement day is the
one on which you decide to let the
Bulletin pay your vacation ex
penses. 'Phone for a booklet.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
II. M. Knnlho, loaded with Ids, re
turned to Ills homo today.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mc
l.eod, for tho pleasantust auto rldo.
Ex-Governor Baker of Hawaii wan
ji passenger today In Hie Manna Ken.
Madame Iatnbert moved around the
corner on Beretanla street In Harri
son block. f
Head tho special summer offer by
tho Volcano House In anuther column
of this Issue.
C. 0, E. Walker and F. I.. Dodge
wore returning Islanders In the Tcnyo
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. tor
Her Majesty Queen Lllluokalanl, ac
companied by Mrs. Aca and Mrs. Na
wahl. left today for llllo In tho Man
.Too Kuncwa, the newly commis
sioned tax assessor of Maul, left for
his new post today. Auditor I'lshcr
, Secretary Garfield will deliver tin
address to the Chamber of Cammeico
at n meeting of that body to bo held
next Thursday -it ? p. in
Coat your iron roofs with "Amble "
Yod win be surprised at Us conltnc.
und preservative properties. California
Food Co., agents.
Pay Clerk T. T. Dunn, nt tho Naval
Station, Is to report at Ills home, San
Prnnclsco, when tho Plect leaves hero
July 23d, to await further orders.
Have you teen it? The new Uni
versaLAddine Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
Hun. V. II. nice, Sr of Kauai, was
among the outgoing flassengers at
noon today. Ho went to bo present
at the evangelical convention at llllo.
Mtb. A. S. Wilcox, accompanied by
Miss Wilcox, sailed today for llllo,
where they will attend tho annual
convention of tho evangelical socie
W. L. Haton, tho collector for the
I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n, Buffered a sovcro nnklo
sprain whllo en routo to the Volcano
und will be confined to his homo for
Tho Manna Kca left at noon today
for Hllo wllh a large number of evan
gelists to bo present at tho annual
convention, which will take place In
Thero will be a new messenger ser
vice started In the city by Mr. J. San
tos tomorrow. Tho cheapest rates and
the best servlco to all patrons will be
tho motto of tho now company.
Mrs. 13. M. Taylor, tho florist, is
specially prepared to fill orders foi
bouquets and baskets of flowers for
Oahu College Graduation exercises
next Saturday. Fhone 339 or call
Tho meeting ot the Board of Super
visors, which was set for next Friday.
will' bo neld on Thursday evening In
stead, as tho County fathers want to
nttend tho Garfield meeting at Anln
Tho nlght-bloomlng cercus hedge nt
Punahou was In full flower last night,
and thero will bo another display to
night. It Is welfworth a trip to sou
these glorious flowers, and visitors to
tho Islands will certainly appreciate
Parties who havo secured accommo
dation for tho "Elks' Hllo Excursion,"
will please call upon Mr. Easton at
the Hawaiian Ofllco Specialty Co. and
take up their tickets as soon as pos
sible. They will not be held later
than 1 p. m., Saturday, Juno 27th.
Tickets for tho Atlantic fleet ball
can bo procured at tho following
places: Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Wall, Nich
ols Co., Ltd., Benson, Smith &. Co.,
Ltd., Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd., Hoi
lister & Co., Ltd., M. A. Gunst & Co.,
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
Per stmr. Manna Kca, Freeman, for
Maul and Hllo, Juno 23. J. II. K. Kal
wl, Miss Tsther Kalwl, Lizzie I'aamc
la, Francis Hyde, I. I. Brown, Mrs. C.
8. Holloway, Miss Lul, Mrs. W. U.
Peers, Miss Belle Peers, Mrs. Law
and family, J, M. Lldgato and son, A.
P. Cooke, J. G. Anderson, C. II, ltoso,
wife and child, Miss Constanco, Miss
Irene Davidson, Miss McDonald, Kev.
D. Scudder and wifo, Mrs. A. S. Wil
cox, Kaul Wilcox, Miss Hundley, J,
L. Hopwood, Albert Parsons, E. II.
Austin, S. W. Wilcox and wlfo, H. M.
Lllluokalanl, Mrs. Job, Miss ltoso
Atls, Miss Helen Wntson. Mrs. L.
Murray. Miss Pilil, W. U. Olsen. Thco.
Richards, J. A. Richards. Miss Julia
Fern, Miss Ahcona, Miss Gladys Ulna
Mrs. F. C. Stono, Mrs. T. P. Bolin,
Master Melin, Rev. A. V. Soares, A.
Decrlng, Rec. F. S. Scudder, Chas. II.
Shearman, John T. Gllmarttn, Sam
Woods and wlfo, Edward Campbell. A
M. Merrill. David White. Mrs. Lee
Soma, Miss Esther Leo Toma, Master
K. L. Chong, Julia Makokau. Daisy
Makekau, MIbs Lizzie Perry, C. Cas-
tndyk and wiro, R. A. McWayno, Mr.
Engels, Douglass Damon, A. Grand
I'omme, Rev. A. S. Baker, Mrs. R. B.
Baker, Mrs. B. H. Lowls, Miss IS. II.
Wilcox, MIbs Crowdor, Mr. Pranko, 2
children, Mrs. J. Uluuaholo, Mrs. D.
K. Hoopllt, Mrs. Manuel Moses, Maria
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KING ST. FHONE 525.
We fit Eyeglasses and Spectacles,
And fit them Properly,
We irive better vision to young
eves, and preserve eyesight to the
A. N. SANFORD,
Kamakawcwaolc, Mnrlon Kamakawc
waole, Mrs. W. L. Warners, Rov. O. 11.
Qullck, W. II. HIcl, J. T. Baker, John
wain and wire. Master Watli, Agnes
Fiendo, Mrs. It, J. Kcllett, Mrs. 11.
Murray, Miss McGregor, Miss Whit-
ford, MIbs Alleen Berllcman, Miss M.
Hind, Miss A. Bond, Miss Iluchlnng,
Miss V. McGregor, Miss Ducklnnd, A,
E. Cox and wife. Miss Lizzie Cox, Phil
lip Wos, Ray Page, Geo. Dunn, Jr.,
Miss I). Damon, F. W. Damon, James
Hoopltl and wife, Frank Lelaloha and
wlfo, Loy You, Mo Man Wing, Sing
Yow, R. II. Wallltt, E. W. Collin, An
drew Guild, S. W. Kannnoc. Rev. I).
P. Mahlhlla, Samuel Koolua, V.
Welner, Miss Lilian Aklnn, Mrs. Han
na Cook. En W. Yen Wtuig, Mrs. An
nie Mnlvancy. Sun Fo, Clilng Lul, Itev.
J. A. Aklna, Joseph Kaco, Mrs. Funny
Sabo, Mrs. Emma Quaker, Mrs. Sam
Su Kan, Mrs. Lizzie Spem, David Ka
mnloplll, Walter Knmnloplll, Joseph
Per M. N. S. 8. Lurllno, Wcedon, for
San Francisco, Juno 23. Miss A.
Cambcll, Mrs. J, II. Carter. Miss Jean
Center, Miss Deyo, J. It. Fulton, Mrs.
A. K. Green, Miss Grace Gibson, Mr,
Gelselmnn, R. C. lngrlm, Mrs. Ingrlin
and child. Miss May Klucgcl, Mlsn
Lurllno Mntson, Cnpt. W. II. MntHon.
Mrs. Matson, Miss L. McGulro.. Mrs
J. W McCltilro, T. It. Polrlo. e! Pol
lltz, C. Roes, Jr., Donald Ross, Mrs.
Schmidt and child, C. St. Goar, E. W.
Sutton, Dr. F. Wetmorc, Miss Werth
muellor. W.. L. Whitney, Mrs. Whit
noy, Miss E. Wile, Mrs. Josephine
Priest, Miss lilts.
THE MARAMA sails nt C o'clock
Lewis & Co.,
Family Wines and Liquors,
169 King St. Tel. 240
Must Guard Against Disease
NEW YORK, N. Y Juno 22. Tile United Stales Circuit Court hns
decided that steamships are liable fo. bringing diseased aliens Into thu
MADRID, Spain, June 22. A sj.i wan horn tonight to the King and
Queen of Spain.
King Alfonso and tho Princess Victoria Enn, daughter of the Prin
cess Beatrice und granddaughter of Qiipcii Vlctorln of Englnnd, were
married May .11, 1DUG. Their flrat child, a son, the Prlnco of Astufla,
was born something ucr n year ago.
BARTNETT FOUND GUILTY
-SAN FRANCISCO. C.illf . Juno 22. Walter. J. llnrtnctt on trial for
the embezzlement ot the Colton Kccit.lttca has been found guilty. llart
nett was vlco president of the California Safe Deposit nnd. Trust Com
pany of San Francisco which failed during tho panic last fall. Investi
gation disclosed that the bunk had been Juggled by Its officers. J. Dalzell
Brown, the manager, pleaded guilty nnd turned State's evidence.
Tho Colton securities wcro hypothecated In an attempt to carry thu
bank through Its troubles.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 22.
Hyde and Schneider hnvo been found
gultly nnd llenbon nnd Dlmond hnvo
been acquitted on charges growing I
out of tho Oregon land fronds.
PAYMASTER RYAN ACQUITTED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Juno 22.
Paymaster Ryan ot the American
Fleet now In tho Pacific, who has
been on trial for alleged Irregulari
ties, has been ncqultled.
PROSTRATED BY HEAT
CHICAGO, III., Juno 22. Thero
were eight prostrations from heat In
this city today: four In New York,
nnd three in Detroit.
THE N1IHAU left for Makawell last
evening for n load of sugar.
FIRE SWEPT THREE RIVERS
THREE RIVERS, Quebec, Juno 22.
A file here destroyed property valued
nt n million dollars, anil rendered
NINE NEGROES LYNCHED
HOUSTON, Tex., June 22. Nine
negroes hnve been lynched hero by
n mob. They were accused of being
If SAELIN0 TODAY
R. M. S? 8. Marama. Glbb, for Vic
toria and Vancouver, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Self, for Molokal
and Maul porta at G p. m,
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai ports at C p. m.
THE MAUNA KEA sailed at noon
on her rcgulnr run.
0AB1E REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, June 23.
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed Juno 23.
S. 8. Asia, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Sailed, 'Juno 22!
S. S. Columbian, for Sallna Cnu.
Tuesday, Junu 2.1.
R. M. S. S. Mnruma, Glbb, from tho
Colonies, for Vnncoiuer nnd Victoria,
8 a, m.
T. K. K. 8. 8. Tcnyo Mnru, Going,
from Yokohama for 'San Francisco,
8:30 n. m.
X DEPARTED M
Tuesday, Jure 23.
M. N. Co. 8. S. Lurllnr, Wooden, for
V n !'":!clsco direct nt 10 a. m.
Stmr. Manna Kca, Freeman, for Hllo
nnd way ports at noon.
Stmr. Nocau, Mitchell, for Kawal
hac, Muhukona, Kukulhaclu mid Hono
kco ut noon,
K SAILING TOMORROW
T. K, K, S. S. Tenyo Mnru, Going,
for Sail Kraucisco, 3 p. m.
K FASSENQERS ARRIVED
1'ct T. K. K. 8. 8. Tenyu Mnru, Go
ing, from Yokohama ,for San Krau
cisco vln Honolulu, Juno 23. For Ho
nolulu: Miss Allen, Mrs. L. 1). Davis,
F. L. Dodge, Miss Greenhorn, II. Ha
inano, wife, child nnd servant, Mrs. J.
E. Hlckock, Y. Kawaliara, Mrs. T. Ka
wahar, Mrs. McCune, Miss McCune,
Master J. McCune, Mrs. 11. J. Mlfford,
V. A. Mills, Mrs. 8. V. Farks, Miss A.
C. Rodgers, Miss H. F. Hodgers, Mrs.
J. II. Thomas, Miss I. C. Thomas, Miss
M. M. Thomas, C. G. E. Walker, Mrs.
II. Yoshlda. For San Francisco. T.
Akljnma, Mrs. T. Aklyama and child,
J. F. Alexander, D. J. Allen, Jr., Miss
Rose T. Armbriister, M. Arakawa and
fcervant. C. Arnot, W. M. Ralrd, Mm."
W. M. Ualrd nnd 2 children, Mrs. T. A.
Dalilwln, 2 children nnd 2 maids, W.
C. Marker, Mrs. C. C. Darker, Miss A.
E. Uarkcr, Miss A. R. Ilarkor, Miss
Ilartlctt, II. A. llehlon, Mrs. II. A. Del
den, child nnd maid, C, F. Ilewcs, A.
J. Rolling, Mrs. W. II. Ilrcnnun and
Infant, Rov. It. Drokaw, Mrs. II. Uro
kaw and 3 children, C. D. Bunker, Mrs.
C. D. Hunker. W. Uurns, Miss Ida
Christiansen, Mrs. Constantino, W.
Cornwall, II, Cox, Mrs. II. Cox, Mrs.
Georgia Cross, W. II. Crossing, Mrs.
W. II. Crossing, Win. Day, Mrs. Do
Ilalan, Miss Do llalan, Mr. do Cordova,
Mrs. do Cordova, Paul do Nctumlercs,
Mrs. 8. h. Dora, F. 8. Fnrnsworth.
Per It .M. S. S. Mnrama, Glbb, from
Iho Colonies, for Victoria and Van.
couvcr, Juno 23. Mrs. Hlslop, Mrs.
Arrul and maid, Mrs. James nnd In
fant, Mrs. Da vies, iMrs. Kennedy nnd
4 children, Mrs. Heard and 4 children,
Miss Hartley, Hassott, J, M. Fuller,
II. James. V. I.. Lesllo und Mr. Wil
son, and two children.
Per stmr. Marama, Glbb, for Van
couvcr and Victoria, Juno 23. Mrs.
and Mrs. F. D. T. I.co nnd daughter,
II. S. Smith, Miss I. Gregg, Miss M.
Wnttlngton, Miss E. Thomas, Miss
Graco Mooro, Miss F. Carter, Miss L.
Campbell, Miss N. Adams, Master J.
C. McCandloss, E. Wood, T. Brandt,
John Robinson, W.'H. Hnzclton, Miss
Mcl.cod, Miss Culwell, Miss E. C.
Skinner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Adam Lindsay,
Mrs. M. Z. Dickson nnd daughter. Miss
Shaw, Miss Hill, David Dattersby,
John Hill, Master Mulrhead, Mr. Kel
say nnd son, J. L. Carnegie, A. Dod,
two Shaw boys.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Mam. Go
ing, for San Francisco, Juno 24. F.
Offermann, h. McLaughlin, Win. Day,
Frank F. Mulsh, Mr. and Mrs. D. O.
Holt. A. A. llryan, Mr. and Mro. Coop,
or, J. W. Bradley, wlfo nnd two chil
dren. Miss Davles, Miss Rycroft, 8. 8.
Higgtnbothum, Dr. and Mrs. Hunting
ton, Z. W. Blocker
M WATERFRONT NOTES
THE NEW M. N. 8. S. Lurllno.
Wecdnn, sailed this morning at 10
ocIock, for tho Coast, with her pas
senger accommodations fuu, In splto
or tho fact that shn is a typical freight
er In build and design. She also car
ried n largo load ot sugar, amounting
to Rjnn tons. Besides this she has
1600 bunches bananas, 300 bags rlco,
und 200 crates of fresh pineapples.
She was seen off by tho band, and u
largo crowd was on tho wharf.' Ono
featuro of her build attracts a good
deal of attention. She has her en
gines all aft, giving better cargo
THE R. M. S. 8. Marama. J. Glbb,
commander, arrived about 8 o'clock
this morning from the Colonies, with
n long list of passengers, much freight,
and some distinguished peoplo on
board. She lands twenty-four passen
gers hero, nnd thero was n walling list
of fifty when she arrived. Besides nuit
ton and frozen rabbits, she brings am
nionln, and liquors, and other general
freight amounting to about 300 tons.
Prominent nmong her passengers Is
Sir James Mills, of tho Union S. S. Co.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have.it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
0 iiw,e'Te done Jt however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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