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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. THURSDAY, D1!C. 14, 1005.
Tho Utile Ads with
JMcmu Pojjo S, N3W TO -
J.J eltlien Jaliorcns to work on the ltd'
aalolliacna road, Kauai, at $1.00
jer day, houso nnd fuel furnlBhed
Irce. Apply to Geo. Mundoti, liana
let, Kauai. 3243 lm
A traveling salesman fnmlllnr with Isl
and traito snd wholesale dry goods.
Inquire L. Schweitzer, Wnverluy
lilocV. I 325l-2t
OTJHKOn Vineyard St.
BOU8E On Bench at Walklkl.
DFTICKS In Wnlty Dulldlns
WAT.EUOUSES On Queen Street.
inproiefl and Unimproved Proper
lies. 3icuicj9 la all rarts of the City.
U1SIIOP & CO.,
M-room 2-story cottage, 9 rooms fur
nished; corner Port St. and Chrlstley
line; sewer connections. Kent $16 A
inrgnlo. Apply E. II. 1 Wolter, "Oc
cidental Hotel." 3240-lm
Tornljlird front rooms reduced to $0
Australia House, 12S1
CotUee Is Chrlstly Lane. Apply,
"Woas Kwl, Smith St., mauka Hotel
Otapcst, coolest furnished rooms In
ally. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
S-room furnished cottago at
Grove. Inquire nt No. 8.
at 1415 Alapal nr. Quarry St., 5 room
rrttagc; electric lights. 3221-tf
ncl7 famished mosquito proof rooms.
S' 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
ermlsacd rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. McConnell. 2563
Ilr of spectacles In case. Plcaso re
turn to C. B. Reynolds & Co. Ho
YOU'LL BE BURNT UP
PREVENT IT IN TIME.
By Equipping Your Houses, Stores,
Factories, Hotels, Steamships, Yachts,
Suburban Property, &c, with
Stempsl Fire Extinguishers
When you need them you need them
bad and there Is no other machine
manufactured which you can rely upon
to work properly at that critical mo
ment. Our QUICK ACTION gives us con
trol of a fire before other makes of
machines are fairly In operation. This
Is the GREAT POINT In the fighting
tf fire with chemicals.
Approved by the Department of
Commerce and Labor, Steamboat In
spection Service U. S. Government,
Washington Light Co.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Seat bUck sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to dlstanco hauled. Coral
neks tor stable, roads and Bide
wsJis; firewood. Third door below
JClisg, llaunakoa St; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Ventura dj (any color) and clean!
atotae; repairs bicycles and fur
ahaaa empLeca. C20 King St.
". Hayaahl Clothes cleaned, repaired
nt dyac. &J7 BereUnla SL
y hovwe-hclp, phone White 2891, Ma
tdkt Oeaeral Employment Office,
sor. Pensaeola and Deretanla,
IrmfcrcHM repaired and brass polish-
tax. Taxata, 1281 Fort HL
Blaak books oi an sons, leasers,
ate, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub-
the Big Results
DAY, for Now AUh.
Dcef cattle for sale at Kn-
A huku llancli. Kau, Ha
Two houses and lot, 100 x 130, nt Ka
palama, near KalulanI School, for
merly residence of II. It H. Ruth
Kenllkolnnt. Two lots. SO X 130. ad
joining same. At a Bargain. P. E.
U. Straucb, Walty Uldg, No. 74 Ktag
Pine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two mln.
utes' walk from carB and Punahou
College. Address R. K this office,
Putted plants, rut flowers nnd floral
pieces to order. J. K. Clark, Pawan
Nurccry. TJiono Whlto 2221.
(lolil-trlmined back tombs, cheap. Sang I
On K"c JevMler 130 King St., opp.
Cheap Homo near Parle, Walklkl.
Address It S. K.. llulletln.
GEORGE E. SABIN,
ROOM 14, MAGOON BLDG.
TEL. MAIN 391.
A .1 riPRRV. O D. R
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD.FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101,
I W T. RAWLINS,
ATTORNEY and COUN8ELLOR-AT-
E02 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
rapid bath Heaters
Fn'niih jile-i'y cf hot vater In
fin'l. mi" tunc d. or light fir
i. . .t .nj uid
1 Cil Lc I -stalled In sny bath
' n -"-l rr trnt,cr el without
i vcarinj c iii.nj i' Srtrated
' t-.-ei'on?. v.ry econonriial.
i r.r Silt j
E, R. BATH, AGENT.
PLUMBER, 165 KING ST.
PHONE MAIN 61.
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely Arc-proof, finest cul
slne'elcgantly furnished and the
best of service.
NOAH W. GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T. H.
Fine Job Printing at Tho Bulletin
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warorooms
of L. K. Thnycr & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
See John M. Martin for painting and
Interior decorating, 1040 Alakoa SL
Tel. 3131 White. 307
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
P.,,,,,,. ..,-i.uj -- -'pi btj. .
Estimates furnished on all Kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Unos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St.
tC jry I
arcirrj-Sy rlrtRl . , ",
'"I-."10,'' ,m?oth lv" "" at thiwrlt of error to tho United States Bit
Criterion Shop. 111! Fort BL nromo Court bv tho AoranEl Nov. 10.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry ana merchandise. Tha J.
Carlo Pawn " Hotel and Union,
TO SHIP BEAN-CAKE
f IIHIl 10 HAWAII
A meeting; of the trustees of the
Chamber of Commerce wns held In tho
Chamber's rooms In tho Stangenwald
UulUIInK nt 2 10 p, m. Wednesday. Pres
ent were V J. Lowrcy, president; J. O.
Spencer, secretary; A. HarUe, J. A
Morgan. J. 11. Gait, W. M. Olffard, W.
l'fotenhnuer, K. M. Snntuy and Secre
tary II. P. Wood of tho Hawaii Pro
After the reading of the minutes of
the last regular meeting of the trustees,
by Secretary Spencer, Mr. Spencer
stated that the finance committee had
recommended the payment of $700 to
the mllltta and he had paid out that
The Secretary also reported tho send
ing to V. M. Hatch, at Washington, a
commission ns representative of the
Chamber of Commerce at Washington,
Kticcecdlng William Haywood, Hatch
having been nppolnted representative
of the Planters Association nnd It be
ing deemed best that the planters ami
the Chamber be represented by the
same man. Hntch's commission dates
trom December lBt.
The Treasurer report! $30015,1 on
nan", exclusive or collection ror me
turrent quarter II. P. Wood bad
Kindly taken charge of collections.
I) F. jjullllnghnm Co.. agent of tho ,
union Oil Co. oJ.Callfornla, wrote tho
Chamber In reference to oil storage nt
Iwllcl, the Chamber havlug expressed
a desire that f-ertaln precautions be
taken In regnrd to Iwllcl storage. As
room ns the filling In of low lands In
the oil storage district was accom
plished steps would be taken to com
ply with the Chamber's requests.
This and other letters wero referred
to the committee which originally lu
ported on oil storage conditions.
Thos, Summons, American Consul
General at Nlcuchvrnng, Manchuria,
wrote the Chamber to say he was for
warding samples of Manihurtan bean-
cake for analysis, hollering that Ha-
wnllan sugar planters would be Inter
ested In the article as a fertilizer. At
present the export wns mostly to Ja
pan. The bean-cake lias nitrous tiron-
crtles whk h may bo demanded by local
F M, Swnnzy said that in 1S9I sam
ples of this had been sent to Hawaii
and he hail found It rich In nitrogen,
being caked bfans from which the oil
had been expressed. Analysis proved
It a valuable fertilizer but freight rates (
and the tost of the stuff would not
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make It profitable to Hawaii to use tho
A (ommlttce consisting of r. M.
Swanzy, V. I'fotcnhauer nnd W. M,
aiflnrd, nctlng on a suggestion of tho
Chief of the Uureau of Trade Itcla-
tloni, Hni-lilnKton, relative to the es
tablishment of commercial attaches tot
Amerlcnn embassies, reported with a'
resolution, which wns adopted, to thfl
effect that, vvhllo Hawaii expected to
derive no benefit from the proposition,
tho Chamber strongly favored, on gen
eral principles, the Institution of such
M IP. H
Another skirmish In tho unending
Laltle incidental to tho attempts of tlia
ilwfcndant In tho caBO of Mose Mehenla
'vb. Pioneer Mill Co. to perfect itu an-
tlfin! In 'nnl.l. ... .
...... .u ,, uoiiuiiuii wus won vveuncb-
clay by the plaintiff, whoso motion to
bavo the appeal from the Injunction
grnnted by Judge Kepolkal to prevent
the entering of tho Judgment tor tha
plaintiff, advanced on tho enlemlnr nr
tho Supremo Court was granted. Tho
mntter was heard by Judges Hartwell,
Wilder nnd Do Holt, tho former presid
ing. Mcheula was represented by C.
V. Ashford nnd the 1'loneer .Mill Co,
by W. A. Kinney, S. II. Derby nnd E. 11.
Ashford's motion to advance the mat
tcr on tho calendar was stubbornly
ought by the defense, who continued
that thero was no reason for doing so.
Affidavits wero submitted by McClan
liban, Derby and II. E. Cooper.
Cooper In his affidavit showed that
Kepolkal was tho only Judgo having
Jurisdiction In the matter. He granted
tho restraining order while In Hono
lulu, but, Bald tho affiant, he was not
without Jurisdiction to do so. The af
fidavit further gave a detailed account
nf tho proceedings bad on Maul, anj
denied that tho suit In canity was com
menced In bad faith for tho purpose of
oppressing aand harrasslng Moheula.
It Bhovved that . a $5000 bond
has been tendered to Indemnify
tlm for nny damage.
McClanahan In his affidavit Bhowcd
that ho believed the Pioneer Mill Co.
was entitled to a writ of error to tha
United States Supreme Court; that he
nsslsted In preparing the necessary pa
pers which wero sent to a lawyer Id
Washington, who cabled that a writ
could not bo secured until a certified
copy of the record of the case had been
lent to Washington, and he believed
was also denied that tho effect of the
lestrnlnlug order was oppressive and
that It was only tho lack of such a copy
which prevented Immediate action on
tho writ. McClanahan further stated
that he Informed the Supremo Court
'that ho Intended to move for a Btay of
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tlon ij, paco of tllB moton becausa
micti proceeding was more available.
nnd In his opinion equally valid
S. II. Derby showed that ho sent th
nmtori fnr tlm ntirnnRA nf nhtnlnlnff A
and that ho sent tho certified copy of
I tho record, which the Washington law-
I ,i. r.nliln.1 tnv nurnv nn n trnniinnrt
tailing Dec. G, and that he believed
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that on Its arrival a writ of error
A refined and exclusive home for young ladle. Number
of house pupils limited.
The school is accredited to the University of California,
the Leland Stanford Jr. University, and Its certificate admits
students to Vassar, Qmlth and Wellesley Colleges.
The faculty Is composed of teacher specially trained for
their respective branches.
Special attention Is given to Ir'trumental and vocal
Highest references given and required.
Write for prospectus.
MISS MARY B. WEST, 2014 Van Ness Ave. San Pancisco, Cala
GOING-1 GOING!! GONE Ml
'N -' 6' -.' &
llirrlclrto Will Pave It
Tho OUIOINAl. remedy that
The Habbit and the Guinea Pig
Prof Unna, tlio world's k rent cut dor
inatoloKlut (nnk your doctor about
htm) wan th flrit to discover tho ml
rrnltlo nnd contnRtoua nnturo of truo
dandniiT. I flu dlscocry was yet tfled
hy Or. Habounind, of Paris who d
tiiidni ft rabbit with human dandruff
ilakti. Also by LiiBsar and lilshop.
DruESlur.$i.oa. Sn4 ic ttmpsto IICRPICIDB CO.. Dcpl II. Detroit. Men. for a Sample
HOLUSTER DRUG COH 8PECIAU AQENT8.
Appllcantlont at Prominent Darber Shops,
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
Kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
ilshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, S. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
'"''l "o granted. He quoted tho enso
oi uio decision winch Judge Henr nmdo
in San Krnnclsru on tho case of Terri
tory vs. Cotton llros. & Co., which was
held to bo valid upon Its being tiled
I'ere. Derby finally pointed out that
Irrchpcctlvo of whether tho restraining
order was vulldly Issued or not, It wns
bot now before tho court slnco the tern
forary injunction Isbued bad taken Ita
Derby argued that there could bo
no reason to advance the matter ex
cept to cut off tho defendant's right
to a writ nf error to tho United States
Kinney said that if tho matter was
advanced even tho right to bo heard
on the writ of error would bo cut off,
The United Slntcs Supremo Court
would probably decide on the defend
ant'H right to a writ of error wl.uln a
Tho court nflcr hearing considerable
further argument finally granted Ash
lord's motion setting tho matter for
LIHUE LITERARY LADIES.
I.lhue, Kauai, Dec. 11. The first or
nnntzed meeting of tho Kllnhnna La
Lies' Literary Society occurred on
Wednesday of this week at the Llliuu
I ubllc hall, proving of great Interest
nnd benellt to nil who wero able to at
A prescribed course of study for the
ear has been prepared by tho com
miltio In chargci to Include papers on
tho countries of Russia and Japan
Tho papers aro to contain matters of
history, civil government, physical as
pects, peoples, noted cities, and promi
nent authors, musicians, etc.
Tho drift meeting was In charge of
Mrs. W. II. Rice, Jr., whose paper on
tho country of Russia, physical as
pects, etc., proved of great interest.
Mrs. Rice was ably assisted by the fol
lowing ladles, whose papers were very
nbly prepared and delivered: Miss
M. Wilcox, "Tho Pcoplo of Russia",
Mrs, Coney. "Ilrlef History of nussln":
Mrs. Svveetser, "St. Petersburg": and
iMrB. Do lltettuvlllc, who gave a sketch
of Itubliihteln's llfo with a plnno mv
lection from that Russia musician.
Tho hostesses for tho afternoon wo.ro
Mis, Thlelen, Mrs. Frochllch and Mrs.
Dclnert. who d suenscd delicious cor-
feo nnd cako. It Is hoped that tho
meeting will provo of great Interest
from a social point of view ns well as
Iroin a literary point. uaruen isinna,
BAND AT HAWAIIAN.
Tho Hawaiian band playB at 7:30
this evening at the Hawaiian hotel,
complimentary to Rear-AIdmlral Good
rich, U. 8. N., and tho officers and
crew of the U. S. flagship Chicago. Tho
program is as follows:
Grand March "Welcome" .... BcrgT
Overture "Calif of Bagdad". llolcldleu
Uallf.il "The Little Ingenue".. LuderB
Selection "Attlla" Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Bcrgcr
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Bclectlon "Tho Runaway Girl" ...
Waltz "The Wedding of tho Winds"
Marc h "Stars and 8trlpcs Forever"
"Ttio Star Spangled Banner."
Fin. Job Printing at The Bulletin
Sin P.-iin wIhuo
Till Pave It.
Too Late for Hrpleld
"kills tho Dandruff Oerm.
who took flan dm ft ncalfl from a stu
dent who was losing his hair, and
having mado a pomade of them with
vaseline rubbed tho name upon a jrul
nrn ptf? and tho pig became bald
Newbro'n llcrplclde Is the original
dadruff ecrm destroyer. 'It kills th
mlcroblc Rrowth und permits tho hair
to mow ns nature Intended. A won
derful hnlr-savcr. A delightful dress
inp. btops itcninff instantly.
JJ It means all-year-round relief
ifrom unpleasant kitchen duties
m building fires, carrying wood
or coal, unnecessary cleaning,
etc. A Gas Water Heater will
supply water In any quantity.
9 Both for sale by dealers and
HONOLULU G;S GO.
(C. E. ME8TON)
With a stock of liquors of A1 qual
ity, Including both draft and bottle
beer, haa opened the
Opp. Polio Station.
Hot Tom and. Jerry and Chicken
Tamales served. Orders for cock
tails In quantity will receive prompt
attention. Telephone Main 107.
A Grand Opening
WILL BE HELD NEXT SATURDAY,
DEC. 16, THAT WILL ECLIPSE ALL
PA8T 8IMILAR EVENTS.
BREAD, CAKE8 AND PIES,
GO TO THE
WEDDING CAKE8 A 8PECIALTY.
CF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
-la kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'S ADVER-
124 8ansome 8L, 8an Francisco, Cil.,
wrier contracts for advertising can
bo mad for IL
"For Oata" cards at Bulletin
Mfmmimnmmn mm mm mmmmjg
Csisisting of Silk Kimoaes,
Shawl?, Linens, Table Cloths
Ceitcr-Picccs Cbisa an! Lac
1120 NUUANU 8TREET.
PHONE WHITE 71.
73U...U.UU mmmm mi mmiK
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
We Have all Other Flavors Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
CHRISTMAS REDUCTION SALE
Koa and Ebony Furniture
Prices Almost Half
Former Ones j
Goods delivered to any part of city. Y
FONG INN CO. I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We' pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
Wa are prepared to aupply tha Peopla of Honolulu with Fraaheat of
I8LAND MEATS. Also, Gardan Produce of all kinds; Butter, Egge, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Plga, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything a FIRfB
CLA8S MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLANDlVEAT CO
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT STVOPP. LOVR ILDC.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water. I
m. HPAi twiji n
m m .u.m m waw
A iNew man In Every Bottle.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
McPARLANEc&Co., Sole Agents.
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; rt-iB BEAUTY
Haw known methods to Increase and preserve her beauty. An ar.
chltect must have known methods In order to design plane for a beau
tiful building. These methods are gained only by etudy and experi
ence, which I have had. Allow me to build your new building and you
will secure one that la BEAUTIFUL, artistic and modern.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone Whlto 081
will lessen your expenditure for the cleaning, repairing and pressing of your
clothes, If you become one of their monthly customers. By doing so you re
ceive the minimum charge. Telephone! Main 147 for full Information. J. F.
COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
126 King St. Phone Main 38
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