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Oceanic Stated Election of
HawalUn Third Deorec.
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Alolia Temple Stated.
All visiting members crthe
Order nro cnnllully Invjcd to
uttetitl meetings of. local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
MeotM every Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. O. O. V. U.ill, Tort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY. Secrctury.
HEN. V. V1CKEES, N. O.
All visiting brothers1 very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. ,K. of P.
Sleets overy first ind thfrd Fri
day cvca'ng nt 7:30 In K. of I". Hall,
corner l'crt nnd lloretnnla. Visiting
brothel cordially lnltcd to attonrt.
. . ui:i:uiNn, c.c,
JAS. V.'. WHITE, K.U.S.
HONOLULU .LODGE 010, B. P..0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, D. P. O.
, II, will meet Iii their hall on Kirs
near Fort Street oery Friday even
ing. Uy order of the E. It.:
IIENRV C. EASTON.
TO, II. MdNERNY. E. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every -rid and 1th S.itmday
evening at 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P.
Hull. cor. Tort nnd Uretanla. Visit
ing brothers coidl-illy Invited to at
tend. v. i.. rn.zi:i:, c.c,
i:. a. jacoiison, ic.n.s.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 1th WED
NI.'SDW evenings of each month at
7:30 aMwlc In K. of 1". Hall, corner
Uorel.ii.l i .md Fort streets.
Vlrfltliiff Eagles are Invited to nt
tend. '.V. !.. ntA7.EE, V,, Prcst.
11. T. MOOEE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day of each motilh nt Knights of
Pythian Hall. Veiling brothers cor
dially invited to nttnnil.
A. II. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. i:. MURPHY, C. of R.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
. with their 'new FRENCH
'57 BcruUnia St. l'hone 1491.
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Ihc Best Wliisl r on the Market.
I'hos. r. motions & co.. agenis.
101-105 XING ST.
rnos? no. i o. box 755.
in a brand new seven-sinter. Call un
191 or 1458 and ask for
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You to Call
To enjoy a visit to
DUNN'S HAT SHOP ANNEX
I In huvintf
from us, besides
you save money.
! 113 HOTEL ST.
riET your MEALS
- where you get
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT nnd UNION.
5 Always Fresh at
Fort 'and King St.
INSIST ON USING
as it ii
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
031 FORT ST.
Bitr New Shipment.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Auto for Hire
, MANUEL REI3. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290. 200, 1097,
Acent for Hawaiian Islands.
J Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
LOCAL Xm GENERAL
2W" Yon have not tried your hard
est unlets you have let a B u 1 1 e t '. n
Want Ad. do the trying.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
No fancy rlcoB nt the New Kuglaui,
Uakcry, Hotel St. '
Shippers by Alameda of Mrs. Kcarns
Xmas preiercs (lipase order early.
Your horRO need n clip? l'or a Rood
clean rut tclcphono 1U9 or call at Club
Tako your carriage or nntoniobllo
lo Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks art Buncd In the best manner
st the Fashion. Just give us a try.
The papers In the contest of tbo
election of O H. II. linker filed by
Chas. Illako were returned served this
Get your name on the list at Wa
tcrhouse Trait Co. for a cussless,
waitless, out-of-orderless, girlies
Reis & Quiiin are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Bkort runs 50c and ? 1.0C By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
The report of Mark I Robinson,
president of the Hoard of Health, for
the car ending Juno 30, 1908, lias ;ust
leen published Thn most of the data
In llio report Is rontnlned In the rcpoit
of rtr. Robinson to Governor Frcar.
As the Alameda, sailing on Iho 9th
Inst., will be the last boat to arrive at
the Coast with fruit In time, for Christ
mas, the Island I'rult Co. would ask
Its friends ami patrons to placu their
fruit orders with thrm as early as
lno Yoshlda, who evaded capture for
two years, and then, as exclusively io
ported tu the II ill let In, was found
through thn "igllnnce of the United
States Marshal's office, was this morn
ing sentenced to spend six mouths In
Oaliu prison and pay t lie costs' of
Special Oidci No. 3D, Issued by
Tbos. I. Cummins, commands com
IMiiled of Die First Infantry. Nation il
Guard of Hawaii, stationed tit Hono
lulu, to assemble, under arms, nt thn
Drill Shed, Tuesday night, Dec. 8, at
7: IS o'clock, for drill and parade. Uni
Wailo Warren Thayer la taking a
pretty legal tiuestlon beforo tbo Su
premo Court for final decision. Ho
wants to llnd out whether costs of
court can b 'axed against attorneys
personally wnen they aro representing
a clluet In a suit In which Judgment
nas iicpii entered.
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Captain C. P. Humphrey, qmrtcr
master, U. 8. Army, will sail for tho
Pacific Coast on tho transport Thoruas,
which Is expected cither "Friday or
Saturday, of this week. Captain Hum
phrey, who was relloved as deKt Hilar
ttrmastcr hero by Captain M. N. Falls,
will go to Washington, D C, where
ho hns been ordered for duty In tho of.
fleo of tho Quartermaster-General of
A ruling from tho Comptroller of,
the Treasury was received by Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth yesterdny, lu re
gard to the 150,000 which Is yearly al
lowed by Congress for tho Investiga
tion anil treatment of leprosy, Tho
ruling of tho offlrlnl at Washington Is
to tho effect that the monoy can be
spent nnj where In tho Territory, but It
must be expended for the purpose
above-named. This means that n part
of tho Federal appropriation can now
bo used at tho ICallhl Receiving Sta
tion. EXAMINING BOARD APPOINTED
Tho following board has been ap
pointed to examine any candidates
, for the military academy that may
prcfcont themselves ut Honolulu: Ma
Jor Samuel W. Dunning, Captain San
ford H. Wadhama, Captain James K.
l'arsons, und Lieutenants John Ilan
dolph, John 8. McCleory, nnd Francis
A Most Excellent Assortment of
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G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FTrTEBS" IH T0WH.
HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY.
Center" of Paris at a most reasonable cost
Hats from $2.50 to $50
TOKIO, Jnp.ni, Dec. 1, The text of the agreement with the 1'nlted
States vvns published hero today and was warmly received.
SAN FRANCISCO GLOBE SOLD
SAN FKANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 1.
to a locnl syndicate.
The San Francisco Evening Globe wns started by the "higher-ups"
In the Snn Frnniisco municipal scandal nnd was edited In tho Interest
of Abo Iluef. It has been living a ptecarious existence for the past year
as one of the p.ipcis of tho "Calkins Syndicate" that iiubllsho papers
throughout the Slate.
DEATH IN CELEBRATION
VIENNA, Austria, Dec. 1,. Four pcoplp wore killed, forty seriously
hurt, and about one hundred slightly Injured u n panic lonlght'cnused
by tho pressure of the crowds celebrating the Emperor's diamond Jubilee.
There vvero a million and n hnlf of peoplo In the streets.
RACE RIOTS THREATEN PRAGUE
l'KAGUE, Dec 1. Race rlotB between Germans nnd C7echs weic re
sumed today and many people were hurt. The llrltlsh Consul was dragged
on n car nnd mauled. The streets have been barricaded and the troops
POUT AU I'ltlNCE, Haytl, Dee.
to blow up the nalnro If the city Is
PITTSI1UHG, Pa., Dec. 1. Tho Harry K. Thaw bankruptcy
reeding1 hav6 begun In tho Fedcrnl court. '
Tuesday Afternoon, Dec. 8
PRICES ?1, $2 and $2.50
WIRELESS SEEKS NEW
For tho next wock Export A. A. Ip
hell of the Wireless Telegruph Com
pany will gaily disport himself on tho
Island of Hawaii, climbing flag poles
and lofty trees nnd In other wa)s put.
ting us much dlstanco between him
self and Mother Earth ns possible.
Isbell left hero yesterday on tho
Manna Kca to makn expoi'luieiits look
ing toward tho establishment of a who
less telegraph station In or near tho
city of Hllo. o carries a portable
leeching apparatus with him ami will
try and rccelvo messages sent out from
tho station at Kaliuku Point.
It is the Intention of tho company to
establish a wireless station in tho city
of Hllo If possible. If that Is found Im
practicable, tbo station will bo located
somewhere along the Hamakua coast.
As tho cost of Installing a station Is
lu tho neighborhood of 112,000, tho of
ficers of tho company aro determined
to know oxactty what sort of service
they can oxpect beforo tho necessary
Investment Is made.
Isbell will erect aerials on flag poles
and chimneys in Hllo and endeavor to
got tho messages' .which Operator
nranch will send from the Kaliuku
ttatlon. If ihero bo any dlfflctciy In
receiving messages In tho city of Hllo,
owing to tho Intervening mountain
peaks, the experiments will bo con
tinued along tho coast until a suitable
location Is found.
It Is expected that Isbell will re
nutro n week or ten days in making
his experiments. As soon as n good
location Is found, work on tho now
station will bo commenced.
J. M.Hnnnaford, second vico presi
dent of tho Northern PaclHc, tells of
lallway developments lu tho north
west, The I.oh Angeles board of education
I ars high school fraternity members
filter January 30
California lemon gioivori protu-nt
against reduction of tariff on foreign
J& .ii!iSWiviAt. .ihJaL
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DEC. 2, 1008.
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-The Evculng Globe has been sold
1. -President Nord Alexia threatens
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Reserved Seats at Berg-
ctrom Music Co., Fort Street.
ARRIVE HERE SOON
When Captain J. C. Castucr wilt ar
rive heio to commence work on tho
proposed cavalry cantonment Is ten
dered somewhat problematic by tho
following order which vvns published lu
the last Issue of the Army and Navy
"So much of iirdcis, Oct. 28, W. I).,
as directs C.'apt. Jos. U. C.iBtner, 0 M
upon tho conclusion of his consultation
with tho Q. M. general of the Army to
pioceed to Honolulu, II. T Is so
umended ns to dliret Capt. Cast nor to
proceed to Honolulu via Fort Yellow
(.lone for tho purposo of parking and
shipping public property al Fort Yel
lowstone, for which ho Is accountable."
Captain Cnstncr s orders detail him
hero ns constructing quartermaster to
tako charge of tho erection of tho can
touiupnts In preparation fop tho two
squid runs of tho Fifth Cavalry which
nro expected hero shortly nfter the
first or the yoir Until his arrival, lit
tle can he nrcotajnoil concerning tho
plans for tho cantonment, as tho local
depot quartermaster has received no
ulvlces as to t!(o proposed work.
Local Army officers havo been ex
pecting Captain Cnstncr by almost ev
ery Btcamer and, If his Yellowstone
Park detail does not icqulio tho ex.
pendlturo of much time. It Is thoucht
likely that ho may arrive bfoiu
VVE FIT, Grind, and -Repair
' . Glasses scientifically to re
lieve strain and improve the vision.
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I IN FOREIGN PORTS I ARRIVED i
I A . ' '1
Wednesday. December 2.
SYDNEY Airlved Dec. 1:
S. 8. Aorangl, hence. Nov, in.
Tuesday, December 1,
SEATTLE- Sailed Nov 30:
8, 8. Columbian, fur San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 1:
It M. S. S. Mongolia, 2 p. in., for
Dec. 2. 1908.
Temperatures G n. in., 70; 8 n.
m., 7fi; 10 a. iu., 7G: noon, 77; morn
ing minimum, 70,
llaromcter, 8 a. in., 29,97; ubsoluto
humidity, 8 a. in., ft. 708 ginlns per
cubic foot; rclntlvo humidity, S a. in.,
(11 per cent.; dew point, 8 n. m., GO.
Wind G n. ni., velocity 3, direc
tion E; 8 n. in., velocity 7, direction
E; 10 n. in., velocity 10, direction
NE; noon, velocity 12, direction E.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended
S ii. in., Trace.
Total wind movement during 2 1
hours ended at noon, 132 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weathar Diirau.
SUITS JIS WEEK
Noholoa Property Only
Filcndly uindciuiintlon suits to -
lure the WalMkl beach piope'rty tu
which the new garrison Is proposed lb
Lo situated will ho started some time
(his week by United Sl.itcJ District
Attorney It. W. llrockons. All of tho
owners of tho property, with tho ex
ception of one, have i cached un anil
cable setlleuieiityWlth thy ippicsuit
ntlyc of the Girvcriimcut, mid the
suits of condemnation will ho start
ed merel) to secure the title to tho
Approximately 1100,000 will bo
the Bum of money paid out for this
propel ty which the United States Is
pin chasing. Tills Includes tho whole
of eighty acres. There Is only one
matter which Is holding bad; tho pro
ceedlngs, and thai Is tho acquisition
of tho Noholoa property, which com'
prises about 2r0,000 square feet.
There Is u suit pending before tho
Supreme Court of tho United State
at the picscut time to determine tho
owneishlp of this propel ty. Tho
valuo of the Noholoa propeity It
about (9000, while one of tho parties
to tho suit Is holding out for $20,000.
This matter will, without doubt, bo
tettled satisfactorily when tho Unit
rd States Supremo Court has decided
U. S.-JAPAN AOREEMENT
(Continued from Pa?e 3)
clflc Oceou, It Is a pleasure to Inform
J on that tills expression of miitiiil
understanding Is welcome to tho Gov
ernment of tho United States as up
proprlato to the happy relations of the
two countries nnd us tho occnslon for
n concise mutual affirmation of that
accordant policy respecting tho Far
Eist which Iho two Governments hnvo
so frequently declared lu the past, I
urn happy to lie able to confirm to
Your Excellency on behalf of tho Unit
ed States tho declaration of tho two
Governments embodied In tho 'follow,
lug words. (Hero follow flvo points of
understanding exactly same as uliowi )
Monster mass meeting In San Jose
denounces Exnnilnor, thronlelo nnd
ginft foi ees.
Mis. Hushii Mills, founder of Mills
college, rolebratei her o)shty-thlrd
Sailors of the crew of the John and
Wlnlhiop bcglu suit for lo,ioo.
Wednesday, December 2.
Ilk. S. C. Allen, for foil Tovviueiid,
10:30 a. in.
Stmr. 'Manna IM, Slmerson, fiom
Koua, a. in.
Stmr Klnnii, Gregory, Xitim Knual
polls, 2:ri; a. in.
' O. S. 8. Alnmedn, fiom San Fran
cisco, ii. in.
P. M. 8. S. Korea, from Yokohama,
U, S. A T. Thomas, from Manila.
Per stmr. Matitin Loa, Slnicrsoii.
fiom Knu and way ports, fi:SG a. lu.
Dec. 1. L. Do Freas, E. A. Douthltt,
O. Ilarttctt, Dr. .1. It. Moore, Mrs. J.
It. Moore, II. Aid. W. Kaitlt Rou
leaux, Mr. Illdgood, J. 8. Orme, (I. F.
Hush, C. Ilossc, C. Arncmnnu, K. (,'.
Wells and wife, Col. Sam Norrls, W.
Cbllllngwoilli and lnteiprotor, R.
MiiKahaliipa, J, Caspar, G. 1). Del!
anil wife, 8. Knaumoaiia, Master N.
Kiiaiinioana, .1. K. Kelllkon nnd wife.
Master J. K. Kclllt.o.i, Miss Kclllko.1,
Mis. 8. C. Allen, Mis. L. MrWayne.
.ludgo W. L. Stanley nnd wife, V. II.
MiStkker, T. O'llrlen. Airs. D. Ku
wnlltoa, M. McCJuald, Geo. Rn
nltz. Miss M. J. Mutch. J. Q. Smith.
M. P. Scott. J. Yates.
Per Stmr. Klnnu. from Kauai, Dee.
2. -George E. II. linker. W. Kiililmauii.
W. P. Frost, O. Inoiie, C. A. Rleo, Itev.
Hllss.JTonK Knu, P. II, Iscnbcr?, Cn -lain
HaMBhrcy, Miss L. Uaihcr, .V II.
SclillllnjE ami wr, L. Child, (1. A.
Curry. ,T"R Coney and 3G deck pas
Per P. M. S. 8 Asia, for Yokohama,
Doe I. .Mr. and Mis. P. O. HroiKon.
Mr. and Mrs. lllllls, A. Starbor, W. C.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calf., Nov. 10.
('.night In u dente fug ami a calm thn
Khooncr II. C. Wright, arriving jps
terday fiom MahttUonn, vvns nearly
usboie on the nuallones last Friday
and but fur a timely brreo woiibl
have been (lushed lo pieces against
lie precipitous and locky walls of tho
Crags. Tho Wright brought I33'.l
bags of sugai to Williams, Dlmond &
Co. Tho llrst eleven days of tho 17
day voyage the vesse) had calms,
thence head winds. On Nov. 20th,
through a ttft In tho fog off port, the
vessel found herself dilftlng within
a quarter of a mile of tho F.irnllones.
All hand picparcd to give her up ful
lest when n sudden gust filled the
sails nnd carried Iho schooner out
Into twenty-five fathoms of , water,
TEE STEAMER .Manila Loa. which
iirilved Phtrnl,iy, hi ought the follow
ing cargo: 1175 bags coffee. 77 bigs
beans, 133 lings tnio, 5 hags ginger, 22
hags rice. 2. colls rope, in bunds or
unges, 17 cases oranges, 18 biirels
dried fish. 9 cises diled fish. IIS piece:
kon liimber. 98 bunches bnnunis, II
bundles hides. 5 ciates turkoya. 21
crates chickens, i erntcH pigs 1 dog 2
donkeys, 1 sheep, 2 goats 1 hoi ho. 30
head cattle, l."( calves, 155 parkuges
THE AMERICAN bark 8. (!. Allen
railed this morning nt lO-.'IO o'clock for
Port Tnwiisend Wlilln beie the AIcti
was ilniwii Into .dry-dock and vv.ui
THE KINAU remirts that Iho Ivva-
lnnl was duo to sail fiom Wulnii-u for
thlo pint hist night wllli a cargo eon-
slstlng of 1500 bags of K. S. M. suar.
THE P. M. S. 3. Mongolia sailed yes-
Itcrday fiom San Francisco. Sho Is
iiuc. neio on .Monday mninlug next.
THE INTEIMSLAND steamer Kin m
is Ixdng given a coat of jMlnt at tho
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
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