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PV a BVBNINP nVJIXBTIN, HONOLULU. T. HVTHUrtSDAY. AUO. 20. 1908.
HE? ? " ' . ' ' ' " - i m ill I I LOCAL AND GENERAL f IBMIl ?ffi llMrlt I " A Better Beer Than Wk. i m WEEKLY CALENDAR JIOOAV Leahl No. 2 Regular. IUHHUAY WUDNUSDAY rtlUIMOAV Honolulu Chapter Regular, 5 P. M. I'UIIJAV Hawaiian Third Degree. HAIL'HDAV All Waiting members of tlio Order aro corillnlly Jnvltcil to attend meetings of local lodges HABHONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Munday evening nt 7:30 lu I. O. O. 1'. Hall. Tort Street. K. It. HBNDilY, Secretary. hi:n. r. vickchs, N. g. All visiting brothers very cordtdlly Invited. Rainier Has Been Made, It Has Not Been Put On Sale. You Can Get Rainier at Any Bar. Wholesale at Rainier Bottling Works TELEPHONE 1331. Bulletin Want Ads. of ten words cost ten cents a day and al ways get results. Mrs. KeartiB' fresh chutney Is now 23c. at all grocery stores. Paradise of Pacific Fleet number tor snlo at all newsstands. A. (1. M. Hobertson had n confer enco with Governor l'renr this morn ing on precinct boundaries. (Jet Into the habit or using tho wire less telegraph for quick communica tion with the other Islnnds. No delay or uncertainty. Hates are low. On Installments of S3 per month you can purchase, n Whlto Family Hotary sewing machine. Henny &. Co., Ltd., agents, 126G Fort St. Phono 48S. Have you seen it? The new Uni versal Adding Machine. Come in and see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., ltd. There will bo a meeting of the Hoard of Liquor Commissioners on next Monday afternoon, for tho pit pose of considering tho application of Suuouchl, a Japanese, for a license. Attorney General llonieiiwny and Supeilntendcnt of Public Instruction Halibut were callers on (iovernor Frear this morning. Hie latter on bus iness to do with tho building of tho new Pain school house. JAPANESE SPIES ARRESTED P1TTSHUHG, Pa Aug. 19. Sam Flu, n .Inpnneec, wng arrested here today on tho suspicion that his mission here was to seek out tho secrets of tho Government In, tho manufacture of projectiles. JAPANESE SPY ON RUSSIANS VLADIVOSTOK, Siberia, Aug. 19. Japanese, suspected , spies, wero nrrestcd by tho mlllta ry authorities here today. of being Swo Ways if holding your paper to read near er or further than' 12 inches. BOTH WRONG. Better consult HELD FOR MURDER MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P. Meets every 2d and 4 th Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p. in. at K. P. Hall, corner Fort nnd Ucrctanla Sts. VIsllluc Hi others cordially welcome ) w. u i.yi.i:, c a, j v. wALuno.v, k. of n. & s. AHU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P. If you need Rubber Goods, get the BEST. A V fc Meets every first nnd third ItI- day evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort ami Ucrctanla. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. A G. DBBIUNa. CO., JAS. XV. WHITE, K.K.S. HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge- No. 01C, H. P. O. E.. will meet in their hall on King near- Fort Street every Friday even ing. lly order of the E. n.: henry c'easton. Secretary. VVM. II. JlcINEUNY, e. It. Vm. M'KIKLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP. Meets ovcry Saturday ocnlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and llcretanln. Visiting broth ers cortllalh Intltcd to attend. XV. h. VttAZEC. C.C., E. A. JACOHSON, K.ll.S. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E. Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED NESDAY evenings of each mouth at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner Dcretanla and Fort streets. Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at tend, XV. I,. FRAZEE, W., Prcst. H. T. MOOItE, Secy. mwttfrlffir III 7 1 J VTrllll"' no more than They cost other brnnds CHAMBERS DRUG CO., Fort and King Sts. NEW YOIIK, N. Y., Aug. 19. Captain Hnlnes, U. S. A., who shot and killed W. Annls, tho proprietor of tho Ilurr-Mclntosh magnrlno hero on Snturday, has been held on tho xerdlct of tho coroner's Jury. .His wife has also been arrested by virtue of tho name verdict. Haines claimed that Annls was intimate with his wife. SISTER TELLS OF I MRS. WARDELL ESCAPES Absolutely Certain HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M. Meets ovcry first nnd third Thurs day of each mouth at Knights of Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor dially invited to attend. A. II. ARMAGH, Sachem. A. E. MURPHY, C. of R. Pacific Photo Gallery Best nnd Latest method of photogra phic work. 17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU. K. HAMAM0T0, Manager. I"EST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR Delicious Cakes nnd Candies on hand at You save! When you get us to malio your clothe3 at ready-to-wear prices. Our $25. suits have no comparison. Tuxedo Suits $30. up. GEO. A. MARTIN, Hotel St. MAY PROSECUTE MRS.-ATCHERLEY Libel May Be Charged For Sending Out Circulars If It Is decided Iry the Attorney General of the Territory that tho cir culars 'which wero distributed by Mrs. Atcherley yesterday calling u mnt.s meeting of Hawaiian, contain ed directly libelous charges against Drs. Sinclair nnd HrlnckerholT; tho nuthor will bo prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law. Mrs. Atcherley icfei's to tho two well-known M. D.'s as "llmb-choppcrs" nnd speaks of them in other terms that could not be exactly called compliments. The general impression seems to be that It somo summary action, Mich ns tho above wero Instituted, It would effectually put n Btop to all the complaints from Huwallnns who really do not understand tho truo condition o, affairs, but who tnko tho word of Mrs. Atcherley and her followers. WRESTLER SPENCER CHARGEDJITH FRAUD James O. Spencer, the well-known Hawaiian wrestler, this morning had two charges of giost cheat placed ngulnst his name at tho police sta tion. Ho Is alleged to have passed a couple of bad checks, both on tho First National Hank. One of these, for the amount of $4. S3, ho gavo to Peter of tho messenger Bcrvlcc, ten dering it In payment of a debt of Sl.Sr, and getting $3 in change. This ho Is alleged to have signed with tho flim name of Crane & Spcn cer,' of which ho was Bomo tlmo ago member, by J, O. Spencer. Tho other check, for $3. no, ho Is alleged to have given tho Union Grill, sign ing it with his own name. TOMBSTONE, Ariz., Aug. 19. Mis. Wnrdcll, who was under sur elllanco hero ns a leper, and who went insane after tho recent death of her husband, General Wnrdcll, es caped from her guards and n dis patch from Los Angeles states that she has arrived In that city. Prisoner Committed To Circuit Court For . Trial Tho case of Georgo KnlclMul, tho Hawaiian who killed his wlfo last Sunday morning, wnB tried before Judgo Andrado this morning. Tho prosecution produced only Its main witnesses, whllo the defense, which was conducted by Achl, called no wit nesses. As, n rtsult tho defendant was committed to tho Circuit Couit for trial. Tho man showed no I.-,,.... f ll-t 1 .. II. A Mill iw,. A.. 10 Ml A,i '' ' llKltuuiiii Ullll iimum-u III niu nlo Peck, tho mountain-climber, who!"! '0,a1bsr1.tl,l witnesses of his tor has been missing slnco Friday on! Mount Htmscaran, returned from lier. hazardous climb today. She and her MOUNTAIN-CLIMBER RETURNS IrlUlo deed without even a great Bhow of Interest. Mrs. Lucy Knlclklnl, the mother of the defendant, was tho first wit- BOSTON BUILDING TIDES X a m $ ?s (i. i Mm I Kiwi Pinl n l, m- I I l I I" B U 1 3 7 10 I 21 : a 10. l 111 I I I I I 19 fl M 1.4 S 21 2 irt I SO .1 10, III II i'j io it 1-.1 o i :i r. m ft w. iii -It'll V, 1.611 M 3.V1 7.W ii tu. i I i i u w i-s I i . s n it m. I I I ai l.i u io A ;o o ii Rltn 11(11 Knlclklnl to that of MrB. Geo. Kalci klnl. Achl objected to tho amend ment, but tho Court allowed it. Achl declined to offer nny dcfenBo and neither ho nor llrown cared to argue. Tho Court committed ' ' tho prisoner to tho Circuit Court for trial. Tho trial wns attended by n lnrgo audience,, composed mostly of Ha-wnilans. ARRIVED I Thursday, Augusct 20. Stmr. Maul, Uriihn, from Hnwnli nnd ports, 1: 10 p. in. A.-lt, S. S. Mexican, Nichols, from Sail Francisco, a. in. I.-I. S. S. Nllhnu, Onoss, from Mak.v well and ports, 10:20 a. m. Stmr. Ka An Hon, Pedcrson, from Kauai, 5:45 n. in. Stmr. Hclenc, Nelson, from Hawaii, a. in. ? DEPARTED i 2 10 1 Si' 1 Ii. I. I 1) 10 j IJ 0 21 - B2I 0 20 G 23 1 in I 2 07 2 .VI G22 A2I1 Last quarter of tho moon Aug. 18. Hawaiian standard tlmu is lu uuuu 30 minutes slowor than OreenwlcL tlmo, being that of tin meridian of 15i Jegrces 3D minutes Tbo tlmo whlstlt blows at 1:30 p. m., which is the samt as Greenwich, U hourc 0 minutes. Sun and moon aro for local tlmo 7or vb rholo group. party report having undergone ter-i ,, , , , . , ... Ln.i ' i.,.i.i,i. .i..,in- .1.- 5v. i,w,""' Cll"c '' Prosecutor llrown, but rlblo hnrdshlps during the dayi wero lost. they FIRES THREATEN NANAIM0 her testimony was Immaterial. Sho stated that George had returned to her houso lust Saturday at G p. m. Ho hnd eaten supper there and had VICTORIA, H. C.,Allg. 19. Tho rcurcu wun uio resi oi mo iniiiii forest fires which have been raging '' evening prayer. The witness slnco Tuesday on Vancouver Island "" no otllcr lowlcdge of tho hap now threaten tho city of Nnnnlmo. lenlngs of tho fateful night. Tho damoeo caused bv tho nrcsl "uc' 'uo'. mo sihier oi uio to has been widespread, nnd tho total loss will run far Into tho millions. TROUBLE AT MOROCCO 19. man who was murdered, nnd who Is tho piosecutlon's main witness, gave tho most damnglng testimony against tho defendant. Sho said that George came to the house at Kallhl where sho and her sister wero staying last Saturday night nt 11:30 o'clock. Ho TANGIER, Morocco, Aug. The troops of the Sultan nre en camped outsldo tho walls of Morocco "' through tho back door nnd nsk whero tho usurping Sultan mid IiIh ed his wire, who wb on tho front forces aro .besieged. The roal forces lannl with some boys nnd her sister, liavo given the city three days In to come Into tho parlor, ns ho wanted which to surrender. The Only CURIO SALOON in Town is the Orpheum Saloon right next to the Orpheum Theater. Come up and have some fun. Potted Plants Cut Flowers Fugetsudo, 17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471. F-. S. Nagami. Kodak Developing, Printing, En larging nnd Interior Photo graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel. THE CHOICEST STEAKS THE FINEST CUTLETS Tnmales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs. THE CRITERION CAFE, Waverley Block Bethel St. F PAINTING, PAPERHANGINO AND TINTING. General Jo' Vng A Specialty. Dealers In Wail Paper. Paints, Oils, etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr. Mrs. E.M.TAYLOR YOUNG BUILDING. For The Home . A VICTOR On Our Easy-Payment Plan. BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD. AGENTS FOR EDGEWORTH and QB0ID Tobaccos The only two good smoking Tobaccos in the Market. TURRILL OUT FOR JOB (Continued from Pse 11 for Deputy Sheriff Instead of fo- Aud itor. Jarrett will rim for Sheriff ni.O It la pretty certain that he will get tho support of tho party." "Monro Is another candidates for Sheriff, but I hardly think hu could pull nioro votes than Jnrrett. Jarrett is a hquiiro nnd honest liny and on that account ho will get nioro votes than any other nno man." Achl, who was listening to Turroll's remarks, said that Mooro would mako a better Sheriff than Jarrolt. "Mooro will mako a good Sheriff," hate! Achl. "Ho mado a good Super visor. Ho Is n man of executive, abil ity and would surely rim tho pollco department satisfactorily." m MUNICIPAL ACT STRIKERS" LAST CHANCE TORONTO, d-ltarlo. Aug. lfl. -- The ttrlklng Canadian Pacific Rail way machinists hnvo been notllled that they must return to their woik nt noon Thursday, or they will never ngaln be employed by tho company. PERSIA MORE QUIET to speak to her, but she refused to go. Later, however, when sho was In tho bedi oom with her baby, ho went to her and they had words, sho declining In letiiru with him. Sho came back to tho lanal and Georgo went Into tho parlor, where ho re mained until about half an hour la ter, his wife went Into tho bedroom, when the same sceno was repeated Tho woman returned to tho lanal, and soon' all tho hoys went away with the exception of Ilernard Kelc kollo, who went to sleep lu u corner Thursday. August 20. U. S. S. Iroquois, Kciincy, for Pearl iTbor, fi'30 a. m. Stmr. Helenc, Nelson, for Hawaii, 2 in. T -f PASSENGERS ARRIVED Per stmr Helenc. Nelson, fiom Ka walliae, Aug. 20. Joseph Glbb. ST. PirrKUSHUIta, Russia, Aug. 19.- The situation In Persia is ini- r ,i. in,.,.i proving, tho warring factions show-. . llttlo ," ... MrB. Knlclklnl and Ing Bomo Inclination to adjust their differences without further fighting. RUSSO-JAPANESE TREATY ST. PKTKRSHURG, Itussla, Aug. 19. Japan Ikib Blgnl(led her readi ness to negotiate u treaty with Rus sia regarding tho Healing rights of each country In tho Arctic. TO HEAR DURRELL CASE and FITZPATRICK BROS. " and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE. The latest and largest assortment of hand-made and painted leather postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow ers and Fruits, at Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant. EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK done by the TRENCH LAUNDRY with their new FRENCH dry-cleaning process, 257 Beretania St. Phone 1401, PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS. Wholesale and Retail Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa. Kapiolani Bldg. ALAKEA STREET, near KING. jjgp'Tor Rent" cards on sale at Bulletin office, (Continued from Pace 1) Hon of delegates to tho County Territorial conventions. Secretary Kinmeliith of tho Central Cominltteo this morning received a wireless messago from Link McCnnit less, who, with Kd. Ingtinm, is touring Maul In tho Interests of tho Demo cratic party, it was dated from lia na and stated that success was being met with lu tho districts which had been visited so far. An automobile, containing seven per en persons turned turtlo in Philadel phia and six of tho occupants wero injured, ono lG-year-old girl probablo fatally. Tho United States District Court does not conu-no until Uio 2Slh of fired this month, when tho famous old case anil was or tho united Status. Tor Ihu ut.c and benefit of Lowers & Cooke vs. tho Hurrell Construction Company, will como up for n hearing on demurrers. Arguments on theso demurrers will bo hoard before Judgo Dole, and tho uiso promises to drarf out for another year at least. After tho Judgo has .i,, ...1...1 i. .i i. i i. .ii- nllUH ,4111.-11 llll IHU UVIllUlll'ltl, IL- 11 1111111.11111 that tho easo will bo carried still high-! it on other points. , BULLETIN ADS PAY tho witness went to tho toilet, which was lu tho anl a short distance from tho house. On their return they met tho defendant. "Ho told my Bister ho wanted to speak to her," gald tho witness. "Sha told htm, 'This Is not tho plnco to speak; let us go back to thn house.' Ho caught hold of my sister, and I told him not to handle her llkn that. Ho said, 'Vou have no business.' Then hn fired a bhot. I ran and hid behind a banana tree, and Georgo another Bhot, nnd I ran away on tho veranda when I heard the third shot. 1 saw all tho llashcH and saw my sister fall. I woko the people up. Georgo was standing In tho yard. Wo Blood on tho veran da. I called, 'Haul in!' Ho said 'Vou btop calling haul In or I will you.' " At this point Dr. McDonald was called to glvo his testimony regard ing his findings In tho post-mortem -Ej examination which ho held on tho remains of tho deceased. Ho stated that sho came to her death from n gunshot wound. Tho bullet had en tcrcd tho body In the back, passing through several vital organs, prlncl pally tho heart, lodging in tho right breast. Miss Pliant on being rc-cnllcd went on with her story, stating that after tho shooting Georgo remained about II vo minutes, after which ho disap peared. On cross-examination Achl tried to bring out that liquor had been consumed by tho young pcoplo on tho lanal, and that there hnd been liula-Ing, hut this was absolutely de nied by tho witness. Tho defendant was not drunk. In nnswer to fur ther questions by Achl, Miss Ptinol said that lifter tho first shot her sis ter stumbled, but rose again. Sho fell after tho third shot. "Did Mu not make mistake that night and that It was another man who looked like him who shot your sister?" asked Achl, Indicating tho prisoner. "No, It was him: I am sure," an Bwcicd the witness. Deputy Shcilfl Jnrrett was called to show that tho body on which Dr. McDonald had performed nu autopsy was that of Mrs. Kmlly Knlclklnl Ilornnrd Kelckollo, tho Hoy Ora tor, was called next, and ho mounted tho wltnchs-stiind with tho grace lioin of long associated with tho ros trum. Ho corroborated In tho main the statements mado by Miss PuaoL When Mrs. Kalclkliil and her sis ter went to tho toilet Ilornnrd saw tho defendant sneak out after them. Georgo went back into the houso for his hat, and leturncd to thn yard, where he met tho women. Kelckollo heard their tnlkina nnd the shots, when ho rnn into tho houso and nwnko tho Inhabitants. On coming buck to. tho lanal llcrnnrd saw Ka lclkliil standing next to his wife's body with a pistol In his hand. Ho stood thcro over ten minutes. On cross-examination llcrnnrd said that Kalclkliil had spoken qulto an grily to his wlfo during tho evening. Ho corroborated tho main statements of Mabel Puaoi, though differing from her statements In somo minor details. At this point Prosecutor Drown stated that ho had no mnro evidence to offer. Ho asked to iiinend tho charge by changing tho mimo of tho deceased from Hint of Mrs. Emily j PASSENGERS BOOKED I " Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kaunl, Aug 20, 5 p. m. Miss Mi.ty Andormnn. Henrietta Nnrdnicycr. Miss C. H. Walker, G. H. Falrchlld, Col. Z. S. Spalding. A. M. Davis, Mrs. Well, Miss Susan Well, J. B. Rodger. F. K. Harney. John Hush nnd wife, II. K. Lcnland. J. II. Fuller, G. W. Carr. A. Haneborg. A. M. Merrill, iluv. K. W. Thwlng, C. Ahuiw. r WATERFRONT NOTES CUTTER FOR HONOLULU. I In case tho gunboet Vlcksburg In transferred to tho Ruveiiuo cutler Service, a cutter will iindoulitiMliy do sent permanently to Hawaiian waters, according to n letter from Hcekinnn Wnthroii. Act ng Sccroury oi inu Treasury Department, to IL P. Wood, secretary of the Chamber nf Com Inerce. No action can bo taken, how ever, before November 1st, wlicn uio fleet of revonuo culteis leturnu from tho Retiring Son to the CouBt, ra MONGOLIA LOADED. Tho Mongolia sailed from Yokoha ma yesterday for this port, with fiOO tons of freight to bo unloaded hero. Sho Is due to arrive on tho 2Sth, nnd will sail on tho same day for Sun Francisco In enso bIio ni rives early lu tho morning, giving llmo Tor thu dis charge of tho COO toiiB of freight which ho hi lugs. Sho has room for 123 cabin passengers from this placo. A.-H. SAILING DATES. Tho next sailing datCH from tho Const for American-Hawaiian Meam ers nro tho 2Clh, when tho Texan leaves San Francisco for Honolulu, and tho 30th, when tho Alaskan sails lor this placo fiom tho Sound. TUB KB AU HOU arrived early to day from Kauai ports, nRtir being do layed tlirco hours by a dofcctlvo holl er tube. Sho had lluro deck passen gers and cargo as follows: 312 bagts rice. 488 bags paddy. 3 trunks, 1 crato chickens, 4 bags ginger, nnd 25 pack ages sundries. pa TUB DIX has now mihvidcd nb'iut, 3000 tons of tho C30U tons of co.il which tho Is to put out here. It Is oxpectcd that sho will get away for Seattlo with 2700 tons of her cirgo still under hatches somo tlmo In tho first part of next week. 13 TUB ASIA Is duo hero from thu Or ient on Saturday. She has 420 Ioiih of general freight for this place. Tho China will bo tho noxt Pacific Mull nr ilvul from tho Const, coming lu on Monday if sho Is on schedule time. Ua TUB DIPPBR dredge camo off tho marine railway this noon. Tho big machine has been undergoing nn over hauling for homo tlmo past. IS3 TUB HKLBNB brought In 73 li'-ad or calllo and DO head calves this morning from Hawaii. IN FOREIGN PORTS A Most Excellent Assortment of SUITINGS THE BEST. "FITTERS" -IN TOWN. W. W. Ahana Co., LIMITED C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525. Per "ALAMEDA" Tomorrow California Fresh Fruits and Vegetables In Season Puritan and Rose Creamery Butter Eastern Frozen Oysters Large Shipment of First-Quality Goods. Order by Phone 22 t Henry May & Co., Ltd., Fort St. Thursday, August 20. SAN KIIANCISCO Ariived Aug 10: Am. bk. Mohican, from Miihuknmi. SAN KIIANC1SCO Sailed Aug. 20; Am. Collier Saturn, for Honolulu. Am. Supply sp. Justin, for Honolulu. i- HONOLULU WEATHER -: Thursday, Aug. 20. Temperatures C a. in., 70; 8 a. in., 73: 10 a. in.. 75; noon, 80; morning minimum. 70. Ilaioniotcr, S n. in.. 30.02; nbsoliito humidity, 8 it. in., 0.818 grains per cubic foot; iclntlvo humidity, 8 n. m 78 per cent; dow point. 8 n. m , fin. Wind B it. in., velocity 4, direction N.; 8 a. in., velocity 2, direction N,; 10 ii. m.. velocity 3. direction K.J noon, velocity 13, direction N. B. Hnlnfnll dining 21 hours ended 8 n. m trace. Totals wind movement diitlng 21 hours ended ut noon. 181 miles. WM. II. STOCKMAN. Section Director, Wenthcr Bureau. tm m mgf"For Rent" cards on sale at Bulletin office. OET NEXT to yourself and let ns build that ca noe, rowinc-boat, or yacht which you have in mind. We'll havejjit 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 we KNOW. Charles D. Walker, Boat and Machine Works, .... King near Alapai, S ft I -A -.v i k i