Newspaper Page Text
- - - 'v'yf ji TN-f tt - - - - r EVENMa nULLETIN, HONOLtiLt), T. It., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30, 1908. j i . ."T--"- - - .- r--i , L V t "& ( ir V. p . II ii r I HiK&Jltt WEEKLY GALEKDAR MONDAV Oceanic Installation. I UIJHIJAY ,' Pacific Installation. wituwiaiMV Hawaiian Third Degree. 1IIUKM13AV SAIL'HOAV All visiting members of the Order nro cordially Invited to attoud meetings ot local lodges HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. Moots ovtry Monday evening r.t 7:30 In 1. O. O. V. Hull, Tort Street. L II. HENDUY, Secretary. DUN. T. V10KER3, N. O. All visiting brothers ery cordially Invited. 0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every first and third Fri day oontng at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall, rorner Fort nud Uorotcnln. Visiting brothers cotdlally Invited to attend. . O. UEEKINQ, C.C.. JAS. W. WHITE, K.ll.3. HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 1). P. O, E., will meet In tholr hall on King near Fort Street ovcry l'rlday even Ing. Uy order of the 13. It.'. HENUY C. EASTON, Secretary. WM. H. MclNEUNY. E. II. Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP. Meets every 2nd and 1th Saturday etcnlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, cor. l-'oit nud Doretntila. VMIi Ing bruthcra cordially Invited to at tend. w. i ritAZEi:, c.c, U. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S. HONOLULU AEKIE 140, F. 0. E. - Meets on the 2nd and 1th WED NESDAY ovculngs of each month at 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hull, corner Rcrotanla and Fort streets. Vtoltlng Eagles are tuvlted to at tend, W. I,. FRAZEE, W., Prest. II. T. MOORE, Secy. HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M. Meets every first nnd third Thurs day of carh month at Knights of Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor dially Invited to attend. A. 13. ARLEICW,. Sachem. A. E. MURPHY, C. of II. iwwwi mi ii m IM .. ws EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK done by tha FRENCH LAUNDRY with their new FRENCH dry-cleaninc process. 257 Brrctania St. Phone 1491. McTighe Favorite Die Be3t Whiskey on the Marlwt. TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENIS. 101-105 KING ST. PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755, AN OUTING in n brand new seven-scnter. Call up 101 or 1408 nud ask for C. H. BEHN REDUCTION SALE from Saturday" fith, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up. K. UYEDA, 1028 1IUUANU ST. A Wong Wong, CONTRACTOR nnd BUILDER. PLUMBING and PAINTING. Office; Honolulu Painting Co, 221 KiiiB St.; P, 0. Bos 014. WING CHONG CO KING ST. NEAR BETHEL Dealers in V -rniture Mattresses, Etc.. Etc. All Kinds of KOA and MISS'ON FURNITURE Made Tr Order. & Etc., Etc. All Kinds of KOA and VA r MTcr.trm ri;TMiTirT?r MnrU v- ssr "sam a. -(.-b la-rfc- mt, L U N C If E S and D K I N K S "-' , t , gV The most popular CJ m, place in town. W W Afcuio , fft , k The Fashion Saloon, Hotel'Si limited .t , ' . Wti Hotel St. near Fort. ' Bulletin Business" Office Phone 2o0. 62 S. KINO ST. 'MOIK MS. ' IS Jack Scully. Jack Roberts, Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185, THE BEST "IITTEI8" IN I0WM. -1 - Gem Theatre HOTEL ST. LATEST AND BEST FILMS Admission 10c "nnd 20c Children, 5c. ARTTHEATER Wonderful Motion Pictures bring ing to view scenes from many lands and embracing Comedy and Pathos. Two changes each week. Monday and Thursday The Unfortunate Pickpocket; Bad Medicine; A Tale the Autumn Leaves Told; The Scarlet Letter Stage Mem ories of a 'Theatrical Trunk. Holiday Groceries HENRY MAY & COMPANY LTD. Phone 22. Perfumes The best assortment ever shown in the city. STYLES nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY BODY. Leave your order for a box of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh only at CHAMBER'S DRUG CO., Ltd. Comer King and Fort Streets. PHONE 131. RYCROFT'S SODAS Purest Flavor Highest Quality Guaranteed Abstlutely Pure. PHONE 270. Our Expert ON Magnetos. Storage Batteries, and Coils IS HERE A Specialty is made of repairing STORAGE BATTERIES. ASSOCIATED GARAGEvLtd MERCHANT' ST. TEL. 388. J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD. FAMILY GROCERS KING STREET hear BETHEL PHONE 76. K Absolutely Certain Tou iftTa! When youiet us 'to make your clothes' at ready-to wear price. Our,25. suits have ;no comparison. Tuxedo Snitt $30. np. w 1 LOCAL AND iENERAL iDon't store the nasse furniture ln'-t1iithrn!itwn1tits' worth 'of B u 1. 1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for yon. Phone 290. P.R,Sullivan. Hack 115. C. W. Hudson of Wnlnlha Is In town rnei tho holidays. Ilss B. II. Wilcox nrrlvcd today In the fetenmer Chuidlne. Dr. J. II. Raymond of Wnlluku came down today In tho.CIaudlnc. Commercial Itntlngs. Merc. Ilefer encc Arcj., 39 Young Dldg. Phone 129. Dr. S. 8. Sexton came down today on business. He arrived In the Clau dine. I.ong chemlncn nnd princess slips nt Whitney & MarsliVunderwcsr sale on Saturday, If you aro looking for any of your friends bo to tho "Two Jacks" nnd you'll'find them. Tako your cnrrlaco or automobile to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for un-tixlato retialrs. rno Jlice innuiy nna inoir ri'Kuiar reunion around tho Chrlstmns board of W. H. nice, Sr. The Metropolitan Meat Co.l.td. havo a closing notico in this lssuo of Inter est to thclr'pntrons. ' Spend New Year's at Royal Annex. A. U C. Atkinson and Judgo Quarlcs went to Kauai yesterday, sailing In tho Hall. Hon. II. P. Daldwln was among the passengers Who came In this morning from Maul. Mr. and Mrs.' E. A. Kntidscn of Wnt mca, Kaualhavo Invitations ouOlor n Oanco Now Year's ovo. 11. Mlkl, formerly connected with the police department, came over from Kauai on business. A flvc-room cottage and a two room cottage furnished, aro for rent In Cot tage drove. See want ads. J. A. Unlcli, general manager of 'tho Wireless Telegraph Company, Is con fined to his homo by'lllncss. Walmca, Kauai, was tho recipient of a slight sprlnklo ot rain Christmas eve, tho first since last March. Illdo In'tho swell Btudeoaker'drlven by tho expert chaffour, M. T. LuU. Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Tlarage. Havo'your typewriters and'macnlnea repaired at Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd., ruu ui,u mcivuou, mcvui .bit phone 16. Oaylord Wilcox will take Up the duties of hcadluna nt Koloa when hl's brother assumes tho managership l hero. J. M. Knnedkua, 'County Clerk of Kauai, was among the outgoing pas sengors In the steamer -Hall yester day afternoon. Try It for a week or two a glass of Primo beer with jour lunch or dinner. See If It doesn t give you nn apixitlto nnd make you feel fifty per cent bet ter. Dr. Snndow has been his own pa tient for somo time, having suffered from tho catarrhal epidemic which has prevailed ln tho district. Oardcn Is land. The cool, winter weather Is coming en and U. Ahoy, on Nuuanu street, has laid In a large stock of light weight flannelettes, which, he is 'selling at 10 centh per yard. Reis & Quum'are'now located at the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phane 189 Short runs 00a and 11.00 Bv the houri$0.00-8pecial'l'nte for shopping 'and callinfr. ' Manuel iiclsi a macnino was not driv en by Ttclsfat the time It collided with th cgatcpost of tbo Seaside Hotel but by a lady, 'having been rented for tllo day. Itelst was not presont- at the 1 1 mo. A huge pinoapplc, weighing probably eleven or twelve pounds, the growth ot fifteen and a half, months -on Ami!- manu ranch, Oahu, is on view in a window of tho Henry Watcrliotis'i Trust Co. Japanese Consul 'General Uycno and Elovo Consul Aba went down to Wal nnae plantation last Bunday'and visit ed tho laborers' camps. They found thorn In good conditions. Tho Japan oso -there lodged -no 'complaints what ivor 'with tho Consul. Oyster loaves' at Royal Annex. In the different parts of tho Walmca, Kauai, ChrlBtmas trees worn lighted and Christmas dinner served to friends on ChrlstmaB ovo. 'At'DanfOrd In Ma na, at'Fayes and Hlortbs InKokaha, at Days' In Kokupua'nnd Kwarts'ln' lloa nuanu tho festivity took thlK form. An artificial liond for 'the uso 'of children with lioaU to'Ball Unplanned by tho Park Commissioners, the pond to be mado on tho mauka side of Ka- plolanl Park. It will bo deep enough to 'carry air toy craft and shallow enough 'to 'preclude any Idea of dan- Bora to tho youthful navigators Tho Mallo Illmas gave a concert at l.lhue Social 'Hall -Inst Monday, Tho boys were feeling flno and gavd tho audience -Homo diversion from thd'ov- oryday grind. Mr. Saunders and his Spanish mandolin mado a special hit as did tho curtain' ralsor. Tho boys think 'Llhuo all right and will repeat tho thine on Saturday. A Most'Excclient Assortment of 160.000 Are Dead . And Half Df Horror Is Not Yet Told ROME,-Italy, Dec. 29. It Is now estimated that the dead in tho dlstrlctB-'ttcvastatcd by tho eArthuunko number not less than 100,000. Warships 'of all natlonR nro hurrying to tho scene. Soma that have arrived have been transformed Into floating hospitals. There Is grave- danger ot pcstllenco nnd bodies nrc being burned nt Messina. Torrential rains nrc falling nt tho latter place nnd tho'dcclng thousnnds 'and tho cries bf the Injured form a most harrowing spectAclc. Many people hnve gone Insane. Incomplete reports Indicate that tho dead nt Messina will number from 12,000 to 50,000, A. S. Cheney, tho Amcrlcnn Consul-ami hl wlto wero killed. In Rcgglo nnd ndjnecnt villages nro at least 45,000 corpses. Cassano reports 1000 nnd Dagnara 2000, Tho latest reports say that 4000 soldiers are burled Underneath their barracks' nt Messina. Forty-one out of 200 customs officers wero Raved nnd out of 280 railroad ers eight were saved. TW'llghthouscs'on the coast lirngonc nnd n'greot- rock -near Charyb dls has fallen and now blocks tho entrance to the Strait. There Is great suffering for food nnd clothing. Tho enrthquako oc curred at G:30 In thn morning. All the bourses nnd theaters nrc closed. Tho King nnd Queen will arrive In Sicily Wednesday. m ' Ruef Sentenced BANFIl'ANCISCO, Calif., Dec. '9. Abrnm Ruef has been sentenced to serve a term of fourteen yearn' Imprisonment -nt San Quontln. mtm sw ' BLIZZARD HOLDS BRITISH ISLES LONDON, England, Dec. 29. Tho United Kingdom Ik In tho grip of a violent billiard. The channel steamer service, telegraph, nnd tele phone business havo been suspendod nnd tho railways nro blocked. Thero U: great suffering nmong tho poor. m i i SAN FRANCISCO 'WILL'HELP SAN FRANCISCO, Cnllf., Dec. 29. Mayor Taylor has Issued a proc lamation asking for contributions to rcllovo distress In the devastated provinces of Italy. m MAYOR REMOVES BOYLE BAN FR'ANCISCO, Calif., Dec. '29. Tho Mayor Hob removed Presi dent llovln of thn Hoard of Education. I ii ii -UNCLE' BAM NEEDS (Continued from Page 1) man who looked as though ho might know how to'drlvo a nail, and started him for l.'ellehua. Tliero will proli libly bo a grand wcodlng-out beforo many hours havo passed, but a start In the right direction has been made. There were 200 men at work at I'd lohua last, night, but Captain Castner decided that,Tork. was not'progrosxtnV rapidly -enough, so he sent out n riot call for skilled hands. Tho announce ment that $4 a day would be'V'ld to all who could qualify, proved effica cious. 'In"splto ot tho delay In rccchlng tho necessary building material, work nt I.cllehua Is1 progressing rapidly. Lum ber and other materials are on board tho Alaskan and more will como on tho 'Pleiades. It'ls'now'hcllevpd thnt It will not bo 'necessary to Install a pump to furnish tho I.cllehua water supply. A pump Is on hahd for uso If It should provo that 'the gravity method of distribution v Evcs aids the digestion, and quiets tired nerves. It is the best beer you can drink, because it is the purest. And: it is the best tonic you can take and .the' most pleasant1 one, too. Drink Primo Beer "", - Ik not sntlsfact6ry, but It is not be lieved that It will bo called Into ser vice. A wonderful chnngo 1b being wrought In the appearanco of 'tho camp rite, and what vntt but n barren rtrctch of land a few Wcckn ago, la :npituy tuning uirm us a icm city. ' THE' STEAMER NI1IIAU, which arrived this morning from Kauai, re ports' good weather'oti'tho trip. WE SAVE EYES by removing; the first slight eye trou bles that 'grow to -bigger ones. A Cold Bottle of Primo Beer Goes well at any time, but it tastes best when taken with the evening meal. It sharpens tMssHHHNHHHHSSisl5slJT , T , , ttii I t B fcT ipgf CWsPJsrtCCgsBB-- A "iI7i" "'.B IN FOREIGN PORTS Wednesday. December 30. OAVIOTA Snlle.1 Dec. 29. 8p. M. E. Chllcott, for Honolulu. YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 3rt: S. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu. Tuesday. December 29. SYDNEY Arrived Dec. 29: S. S. Moana, hence Dec. 12. !- WATERFhuNT NOTES HACKKEI.D & COMPANY IhH morning received a cablegram from Yokohama announcing that tie Pacific Malt liner Manchuria hnd Just left t.inl port with 1700 tons of freight for Hn nolulu. Sho will havo room for 100 cabin passengers between hero and Snn Krnnclsco. Id THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN lln ir Aorangl left FIJI todny, twulvchourr. late. It Ib thoiiitl t that she will not arrive here before tho morning of Jan unry 7, Instead ot on' tho lilt ns pci her schedule. WHEN THE DARK Nlliiunil tnlln for Kaaaapall 'tomorrow mornlnf sl.o will carry COO Ions of sugar as bit'nt Rho will tdko enough sugar nt Kannit- pall to complete- her enrgo nuit will then sot sail for Now York la Ihu Horn. na TWELVE PABSKNOERS linto al ready engaged accommodatloi-n on (ho Makura for Australia nnd several troiu aro expected Tho Makura w'll nirlve hero from Drltish Columbia on Jan uary 8. THE INTER-ISLAND slcnmer Clnudlno took mall nt illlo, both going and coming, on hei inst trip, wenther condltlouB being such that sho was mi ablo to stop at Latipahochoo. fa THE PURSER of tho Nllhati rcporlit Hie following sugar on Knual: Mnk., 4000; O. & It., 2180: Koloa, 2000; L. P. 1480; II. M., 1020; M. S. Co., 3000; Kl lauca, 2G00; V. R., 7000. Mi THE U. 8. ARMY transport Dlx la receiving n coat of paint, flood prog rcss Ib being mndo in unloading the cargo of coal which sho brought hero for tho Q. M. depot. FOUNDLING ADOPTED BY FLORA HARVEY 'Judgo'Tle Uolt this niornlng-nrcnteV, Iho request of Flora Harvey, daughter of Senator Frank Harvey, to adopt lit tlo Mercedes Rrlggs, or Elizabeth Hnr vcy, thus ending a long law milt. Mer cedes Drlggs, tho elder, Instituted pro ceedings to secure tho return or her alleged daughter, who had been tuken enro of and brought up by Frank Har vey. Judgo Do Holt decided that tho mothor was not n sultablo and fit per ron to'hnvo tho child in her custody. This morning ho granted tho request to allow Flora Harvey to nilopt tho lit tlo girl, and also legalized hor name of Elizabeth Harvey. the appetite, -1- ARRIVED Wednesday, December 30. m,i rinudlno. Helinett, from Maul and Hawaii ports, 3:15 n. in. Slmr. Nllliau, Oncss, from Kauai, 3i 50 n. in. -J .j. DEPARTED f Tiu-silav. Dcccillbur 29. i- Slmr. W. O. Hull, for Knual ports, 5 p. ni Hlinr. Mlknhaln for Molokal and Maul polls, 5 p. m. Wednesday, December 30. O. 8. S. Alameda, Dowdell, tor San Krnnclsco, 10 n. in. i- PA3SENQERC ARRIVED .!. 1'r.r Bimr. tu.indlnu. Uciiliott. from Hawaii and-Maul ports, Dec. 30. Mlsa M. C. Tollnn, E. P Chnplil, Dr. S. S. Sexton, Ah Sang, Knlo, .1. Calirnt, Dr. .7. It. lltivnmnd. C. O .llotlfl nnd Wlro, Mlsa E. 11. Wilcox, II. P. llaldwln, Miss J. M. Pierce. W. C. Finer. Mrs. Well- nrds, MrB. A. Enoa, K. llanda, Mrs. -I. Camaclin, D. Kamoto, Naknniura, Kit- limit KnlHiii-l.. Asmla. Tlltel. M ss It. E. Ilurnliain. P. Kmls.ililt, K. Illtanl .Hid wife nnd 45 deck. . PASSENGERS DEPARTED I Pur S. S. Alameda, for San Fran cisco, Dc-c. 30, 10 a. in. Mis. Egbert Roberts. MrB. A. Whiting. Miss O. E. Sloe!, Mrs. I). F. Thrum nnd child. L. C. Howland, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frleillnndcr, Miss Helen K. Wilder. .1. D. Doundorf. wlfo and two daughters j HONOLULU WEATHER V Dec. 30, 1308. ' Temperatures 0 n. m 00; 8 ii.m., 70; 10 n. in., 72; noon, 71; morning minimum, CG. Ilnrometcr, 8 a. nt., 30.00; abso lute humidity, 8 a. in., 6.110 grnlnx per cublr foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m., 77 per cent.; dew point, 8 n. in., 02. Wind 0 n. in., velocity K, direc tion N; 8 a. ni., velocity 12, direction NE; 10 n. m velocity 15, direction NE; noon, velocity 13, dliectlon NE. Rnlufnll during 24 hours ended 8 n. m., .00 'Inch. Total wind -movement during 21 hours ended nt noon. 211 miles. WM. II. STOCKMAN. Section Director. Wenther Uurcnu. WERE LOCAL PEOPLE (Continued from Pase 3.) Italy, but did not specify lu what part. Rev. W. 1). Westcrvolt stalca lh.it u letter received from Mr. Mnrx's rela tives on tho mainland gives their post oRlco address for tho winter as Milan, end that plnco will undoubtedly -bu Ihelr hoadqnaiters, though, of course, this does not preclude Iho possibility of their hnlng taken u trip to tho lOtltll. Godfrey nrnwn, tho ticasuier of Ihu Mutual Tvlepliono Co , Is nlso I ravel Ing lu Europe, and planned to visit Italy, but it Is not known v.licthcr ho Is tliero nt present or not. ALAMEDAJAILS Quito n reception wus held on th? Oceanic dock this morning when tho Alameda put to sea, Tlicic was oven a larger nttendnnco nt the dcpnrtiuu of the ship than usual, though tho passenger llsf Is small this trip. Leia wero In great demand, nud what paa vengers thero wore, wero decked from head to foot with Iloral tributes. Captain llcrgcr was on hand with tho Hawaiian band to sen tho traclern on their way. Tho shore lines wero cast oft Just ns tho shlp'H hell an nounced that, In Inndsman's lan guage, It was 10 o'clock. CONSUL'S RECEPTION. it K. Alio, the Jnpaneuo Eluvo Consul, informed tho 11 ill 1,0 tin thnt the re ception to bo held in Iho Japanese Con sulate Ouneral on Now Year's Day will ho restricted to the Japanese only. Tho irceptlnn will be finin 0 to 11 o'clock in 'tho forenoon. In preparation for un Irrigation ichemo, under govcriiinont nusplces, for tho windward sldo of tho Island ot Kauai, Surveyor IlaiVey, acting under Iho request of tho Superintendent of Public Woiks, has commenced lo t.iko measurements ot tho water lu Iho HrcnniH In tho vicinity of Kupua, Ola lienu and Annhola, Judgo S. II. Kingsbury has Just ie celvod it most 'Interesting Mimenlr ot Oenornl Lufnyetto, In tho shapo of a Masonic badgu or charm. It was pie sentod by Lafnyi-tto to Major William Alexander Williams of Virginia, Tho charm was tent to tho Judgo by Mlw Mnrla Williams, n daughter of Major Williams, nnd an mint of Mis, Kings bury. m BULLETIN ADS PAY - 51 ! ! i mmj Sea Wrens, $100 18-foot Motor Launclt with 4-Cycle Motor, ?175, Complete. 'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0AI AND MACHINE WORKS King tft. opposite South St. , 1 $' t.jH.if' """'