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Sveinq Bulletin, notfoMJLuT t7 iC Friday, junbc", ioosT
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Oceanic Third Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All rlslttnR members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend mMtlng ot local lodges
BARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0.P.
Meets every Monday evening at
-3u In I. O 0. F. Hall. Fort Street.
H. II. HENDHT. Secretary.
UE.1. F. V10KER3, N. .
All Uniting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, MO. 2, K, OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at ?:30 p. m. at K- P.
Hall, corner Fort and ileretanla Bts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. I.YLE, C. C.
9, WALDRON. K. of R. & 9.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Uall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. VIsIMdk
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERINO, CO.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Uidge No. 616, I). P. O.
., will meet in their hall on King
ieai Fori iiwt every Friday even-tlK-Jy
ordav . li h K.
HENRY 0. EASTON,
WM. II. McINEKNY, E. R.,
Vm, M'KIHIEY LODGE No.8. K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening 'at
J: 10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, oor.
fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth
r cordially Invited to attend.
- W. L. KKAZEE. O.C.,
B. A. JACODSON, K.R.9.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meats on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eveulngs ot each month at
7: SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Bwetanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited U at
tend. W. h. FRAZEE, W., PresU
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
EAWA1IAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. O.H. H.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day ot each month- at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J, W. ASOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Hats, Caps and Straw
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F, McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140, P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. ' KING ST.
LOyEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TB'. 308. .802 NTJUANU.
4(100 Green Roofing Slate 10"xl6.
liOO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Builds rather than
destroys the system.
HUN DOWN l
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
yut for you, from your owo nieas-
ton't cost any more, In tact
.u money, because you get sat-
it you have a faultMn your fig-
re7C do I will hide It for you.
Our suits at Twenty-five Dollars
have no comparison. There Is no ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
the same irionoy you can be well
dreseen . y
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
30TEL STREET NEAR BET3EL
PER S. . ALAMEDA .
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
PARLORS ' . ' ,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Yee Chan & Co..
PHONE G27. King & Bethel Sts.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
185 editorial rooms 256 but1
ness offloe. These are th. n.w tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
JsnPt& Hil it m
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.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mc
Leoil, for the pleasantest auto ride.
C. J. Falk and J, M. Lovstead wore
arrivals today from tho other islands.
Wm. K. Luther and family returnud
this morning from Kona In tho Mam'in
Head tho special Bummer offer by
tho Volcano Houso In another column
of this Issue.
Tho ilrst big tiarndo, with tho band
In attendance, will bo held nt Fort
Shatter next Thursday.
Coat your Iron rools with "Arabic "
You will bo surprised at Us coollne.
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
There will bo n meeting of tho fleet
rub committee on entertainment to
morrow morning at 8:30 o'clock at the
olTlccs of Fred I Wnldroh.
Dr. Hodglns statcR that his patient;
Mm. (llesccku, who was run down by
tho SchumarT auto, Is now doing well
and that she is out of danger.
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Onto Specialty Co., Ltd.
Get your boy clothes In which ho
can be comfortable and havu a good
time. Our Star Boys' blouse Is Just
tho right thing for htm. Sllva's Tog
gery, King street near Fort.
Major Ous Rose, who acted as tax
assessor of Maul since Koblnnon'u res
ignation, canio back today, llnso was
succeeded by Joseph Kunowa, who
went up In tho Mauna Ken last Tues
Tickets for tho Atlantic fiet ball
ran bo procured at tho following
places: Ilawnllan News Co.', Ltd.,
Chambers Drug Co.. Ltd.. Wall, Nich
ols Co., Ltd., Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Bcrgstrom MubIc Co., Ltd.. Hoi
lister & Co., Ltd., M. A. Ounst & Co.,
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
Tho pointer owned by British Cou
util Forstcr hag twlco been taken up
by tho dog-catcher, though It carries
a 1908 tag. Tho first tlmo Mr. Forster
rescued tho dog on tho spot, but tho
next time tho animal was taken to the
police station, where, luckily, It was
recognized by the Sheriff and released.
Former Supervisor Paelo, stated tills
morning that ho had abandoned llio
Homo Hulo party and had entorcd tho
Democratic fold. Ho states that in
his homo district of Koolaupoko tho
Influence of both tho Homo Rulers
and the Republicans Is waning, tho
Democrats having gained tho upper
DROWNS AT MIDI
Harn, a Japanese fisherman of this
city, lost his llfo by falling overboard
from his sampan oil Kalllil yesterday
morning. Tho deceased was one ot
tho crew of a big sampan carrying flva
men, Tito crart was sailing ore Nauru
harbor when tho boom suddenly
Bwung over In tho yariablo broezc. "'
struck Hara and knocked him ovci-
board. This was at about 3 o'clock in
tho morning and It was too dark for
Ills' comrades to see him In tho water.
They threw out oarB and other wood
en Implements and went about as soou
-as possible but nothing could bo seen
of him. Other sampans wero called
and tho boats cruised about the placo
during tho better part ot tho day, but
the body was. not recovered. Last
night tho sa(pah returned and the
dead man's comrades mado a roport
ot tho affair to tho pollco.
Halt-hour guns aro booming today
at the Naval Station, In honor of the
late cx-Prosldpnt, Grover Cleveland,
whoso funeral occurs today. Tho guns,
uccordtng to naval etiquette, a "fired
from sunrlso to sunsot.
IN ROBINSON'S COURT
Pleas were entered on a number
of indictments before Judge Robin
son this morning. Fuglta, accused ot
maiming, entered a plea ot not guil
ty. Manuel Cruz, accused ot assault
on a girl under the age ot ten years,
entered a plea ot not guilty. His
case Was transferred "to Judgo Do
Dolt's court, and was set tor Mon
day. Mago entered a plea of not
guilty on a charge ot rape, and his
case was also transferred to Judgo
Do Dolt's court, though tl was not
set. Thehearlnff on, demurrer In the
case ot Ulanche Martin was advanced
until tomorrow by consent' ot the at
torneys. THE L1KEI.IKE sails at 5 o'clock
this afternoon tor Hawaii orts. .
Good roads boosters seo Watsonvlllo
and famous Jnjaro valley In auto tour
from Santa Cruz.
A Mort Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W, W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KINO ST. PHONE 525.'
Your" eyes may become worn out
through abuse while you are still
If they need attention, see
GARFIELD WILL SPEAK
(Continued from Page 1) '
lug, Secretary Garfield, Governor
I rear, and party left on tho Iroquois
to mako a visit to Pearl Harbor. They
tire to return on the-train, after see
ing tho lochs, and the sisal plant, and
the work now In progress there.
Ilororo leaving, tho Secretary went
on board tho St. Louis, where ho was
received with tho usual ceremony. He
was then accompanied to tho Iroquois
by Captain Glcaves, receiving n uute
of sixteen guns as ho left tho side of
Among thoso who went out with tho
party were: Secretary Garfield, Gov
ernor Froar, Captain (Heaves, Captain
Corwln P. Rccs, Major Dunning, Mr.
Parks, Paymaster Brooke, Surgeon
Carey D. Langhorno, ex-Governor Car
ter, A. L. Ct Atkinson, F. W. Macfar
lane, Captain Otwcll, J, A Kennedy,
Col. Sam Parker, Dr. Cofor.
m am .
Till: MAUNA LOA Is In this morn
ing on time, with Zitib bags ot sugar
for tho b'arkcnttno Coronado, and oth
er general cargo as follows: 17 bags
coffee, 36 bags beans, 330 bags sisal
plants, 7 bags taro, 3 bales tobacco, 16
barrels pears, 1C cases pears, 7 bar
rels water lemons, 9 cases water lem
ons, 3 barrels dried fish, 2 cases dried
fluli, 2 cases eggs, 2 barrets wine. 04
bunches bananas, 175 packages koa
lumber, 18 kegs butter, 16 bundles
hides, 28 crates chickens, 3 crates
pigs, 4 crates turkeys, CI hogs, 4
horses, 2 calves. 3 head cattle, and
240 packages sundries.
Tho Coronado was brought along-
side this morning, and the work of
loading tho .sugar boat was
Lewis & Co., Ltd
, Family Wines and Liquors,
169 King St. Tel. 240
RUSSIA WARNS SHAH
' TEHERAN, Persln, June 25, Q
England hnve warned tho Shah to uphold tho constitution. Three hun
dred have been killed In the lighting that has taken place.
FIGHTING IN MEXICO
LAREDO VIRSCA, Mex., Juno 20.
This place has been captured by reb
els. Thero have been marly cnsual-
ties In the Btruggle. Troops have
oeen rusneu 10 uio hcchu. n i m
nled that the trouble has any pollll
TRINCRTON.'N. J., Juno
funeral of the late Groror Cleveland
Friday will bo very simple. The mem
bcrs of both the lloc-ovolt und the
riovninmi PnliliintB will nttmiit tho
Thero will bo no military
CORUNA, Spain, Juno 2C It Is
now known that thero were thirty
eight drowned In tho wreck of tho
steamer La Roche off this coast June
NO VENEZUELAN WORRY
WASHINGTON, D. C".. Juno 2G.
No trouble Is expected growing out
of the Venezuela situation.
m b m a s km aaaxBKHKa
LUMBER BOAT IN.
flip barkcntlno Mary Wluklcmnn,
Captain Jacobson, arrived this morn
ing from Kurekn, with C30.000 feet of
lumber for Allen & ltobllison. Sho
mado the trip In IS days to Diamond
tlnn.l urltlr.li fu imri ntitit,t..-f n fl.nl
sho had only summer breezes on tho
way down, nnd Is laden us deeply as
ilet Has beer! restored. Russia and
tli'o law nllows,
Tho Wlnkloman Is ono of tho old
timers, and has Quito n history
stretched behind her. Sho can still
go some, thoifgh, and looked unusual-
ly neat for a craft Just in on a voyage,
n rue tied up at the docks this morn
I THR W. a. HALL came In this
morning from Kauai, with COOO bags
of sugar.and 10 passengers on deck,
iliho goes out this evening with tho
'Secretary's party for Kauai, as soou
as the Bpeaklng nt A'ala Park Is over.
THE MOKOLH. which Is now out of
'commission, Ib to bo fitted up with n
gasollno englno nnd put Into commis
sion uy uapinin miner, to compete
with tho J. A. Cummins.
THR MRN rescued by the Benjamin
Constant from Wake Island were, as
supposed by a great many men on the
Iwatorfront, tho crow of a Jnpancse
THR A.-H. S. S. Alaskan sails to
morrow for Kahulul, to load sugar.
Sho will then go dlaict to San Fran
cisco, thence to tho Sound, and back
to this port.
TUB KB AU HOU Is today loading
rice at Anahola'. Yesterday, she had
already taken on rice at Kapaa, and
also had 2400 bags ot sugar In her
TUB WATRRFRONT pollco aro to
day looking for tho "pirates of tho
Lacjy," who escaped this rwornlug
from tho guard house at Fort Shatter.
TUB W. G. HALL makes a special
trip to Kauai today, and the Klnnu
will mako a special return trip, car
rying tho Qarflcld party.' -
THE K1NAU Balled
ternoon for Kauai.
IN FORM M
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, June 20.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Juno 25:
S. S. Manchuria, hence Juno IS.
SAN FHANC1HCO Sailed Juno 20:
Uk. Mohican, for Mhliukona.
8 ARRIVED '. .
Friday, Juno 2(5.
Am. liktno. Mnrv Wlnklemnn. Jacob-
son, from Eureka, Cal., 9 a. m.
bimr. Aiauna i-on, oimerBun, imm
Kau, Kona nnd.Maul'portB, 4:GS a. m.
Stmr. V. Q. Hall, Thompson, from
Knuai, 4:GC a. in.
Stmr. Nllbau, Oness, from Atahola,
'8:23 n. in. '
Thursday, June 2C.
Stmr. Klnau, Gicgory, for Kauai
ports, S p. nt.
Friday, Juno 20.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Carter, for Pearl
Harbor, 9:1E a. nt,
K BAILING TODAY
Stmr. Claudlno, nonnett, for Maui
and Hawaii ports", S'p. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Knu.il. 9 n. 'Hi.
Stmr. I.lkullke, Naopala, for Ha
waii, C p. in.
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Mauna I.oa. SUncrsoni
from Kau, Konn and Maul jiorts, Juno
2C Miss J. A. Anderson, Miss C. IS.
Church, Miss I.. Anld, Miss II. II. Tay
lor, Ah Sam, A. Illchlcy, Mrs. A. Klch
ley, Houn Chi, Mrs. I.. McKcague, Miss
M. McKcague, 'Master J. McKeague,
ChaB. Cowan, M. Do Corto. Miss It. Do
Corte, Miss M. Paris, Miss E. Mc .
Cormlck, Mrs, J. A. L. Ue Fries, Mrs.
W. K. I.uther, Miss Eva Luther, Miss
Roso I.uther. Master Wm. I.uther, K.
Ono, M. It. Freltas, C. J. Falk, Miss J7
Masscy, J. M. I-ovstcd, J. II. Wilson,
Major Ous Hose, Or. II. II. Dincgar, J.
II. Catton, Oeo. Klcugcl, Win. Qrecii,
II. Nhaulelua, wlfo and daughter, and
5s PASSENGERS DEPARTED "
Per Btmr. Ktnau, Gregory, for
Kauai, Juno 25, 6 p. m. Annlo Pere
Ira, Helen S chumalfelneg, Leslla
Wlshard, Douglas Baldwin, K. LAngrr,
Miss M. B. Waterhouse, Miss E. Wut-
crhoiisc, Mnstor Meslck, A. Qartley,
Mrs. Choy Chin and baby. Miss Anna
Harrison, S. K. Oneha, Miss It. Obed,
Miss M. Obed, T. KImlshtma, It. Kim!
slilmn, K. Klmlshtmn, J. L. H. Jarth,
Mrs. W. WVWOst, Mis Wl ;Meng!f(
Miss M. Menglcr, Mrs. Napallcau, Mrs.
,T. Noble, A. F. Knudsen, Francis day,
Miss I.ulu Weber, Mrs. F. Weber. II.
C. Coburn and wife, Mrs. J. Grlbble,
Miss Contrado, Aarmau Andrasen, Ed
win, a Aklnn, Miss II. Yntnashlroya.
Miss Annlo M. Perrelra, Mrs. Fred
Johnson, Mrs. Kalokea Hall, Mrs. Ahu
klnl Kuka, Thos. Onokea, Hee Fat
H PASSENGERS BOOKED
J'cr Btmr. Claudlno, Bennett, for
Maui and Hawaii, Juno 20. Mrs. II.
P. Baldwin, Miss A. Morgan, Miss M.
Post, Miss Morris. Misses Alalia, thrco ,
(lay boys, Mary Seggem, Dora Englo,
MIswMzzIo English, MIssAUeno Glbb,
Mabel Taylor, Elsie Chalmers, Jack
Moycr, Jack Desha, W. L. 8. Williams,
Miss Roso Peck, Miss Mary Itodrlgues,
Miss M. E. Medelros, W. G. Goodness,
Mrs. G. Cameron, Miss G. Howell, Miss
Cleo. Case, Miss Maud Ballantyno,
MrB. Both and 2 children, Chas. Gay,
wlfo and daughter. Miss Gay, S.
Friend, .Edyth Baldwin, Ltbby Peck,
Airred Taylor, Edwin aibb, Norman
Benerogo, Stafford Weelr, William
Hansen, Ernest Baldwin, Wm. von
Seggen, Frank Correa, A. K. Sing,'
Hector Mnrton, Louis G. Selfeira, I.c-
ong Ylck, John Spencer, Ernest Hoi-
bush, A. A. Wilson, Mrs. M. O. Telx-
vlra, Miss E. Trcadway, Miss Woods,
Miss Greenhouse. Miss Allan, F. T. P.
Wnterhouse, A. Watorhouso, W. P.
Gotcnliauor. Allen Webster, Miss E.
Webster, Miss Eve Webster, Miss V.
Chong, Miss E. Poepoe, Miss Woods,
J. C. Chong, C. W. Ha, M. E. Subo,
Mrs! II. H. Klemer, Miss L. Plemor,
Miss Plemer, Dr. R. H.' Dincgar, J. H,
Wilson, TBUlau Choy.
THE 11. M. S. S. Manuka should bo
In port from Victoria and Vnncotivor
tomorrow. Sho will take away a. good
number of passcngorB from this port.
THE CAUAVEI.I.AS arrived yester
day at San Francisco. Sho carried
malls from here.
THE SCHOONER Honolpu sailed
yesterday from Honolpu for Son Fran
TJIE NIIIIAU Is In this morning
from Anahola, bringing GSK0 bugs of
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowine-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
do it. We've done it, however: to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine World,
. .. King near AlapaL.