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EVEN1NQ RULLETlN. HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1&00.
The LIUle Ads with
Sod Pnjxo S, NSW TO -
FO cltlxen laborcra to work on tho Ha-nalcl-Haena
road, Kauai, at 11.00
por day, bouse and (uel furnished
free. Apply to Geo. Mundon, liana
loL Kauai. 32481m
A whlto woman to take care of Infant
and do light house-work. Apply
12J0 South King St. 3263-lw
Assistant bookkeeper for plantation.
Apply Alexander & Raldwln. 32S8 tf
A boot black Apply Hawaiian Hotel
barber shop. 32GS-U
HODSB-On Vineyard St.
nOUSK On Dcach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Dulldlng.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street,
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Ha. Homes In all rafts of the City.
BISHOP ft CO.,
Furnished front rooms reduced to 10
per month. Australia House, 1281
Fort St. 3215-lm
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m " vun.ii t.u. "'"'
Wnnm Vw1 Rmlth Hf . tnnnkA Ilntr.
iih5HHm. Hv - . .
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
wly fnrnlihcd mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard SL 2728-tf
nrnUhcd rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. HcConnell. 2563
Spotted dog. Owner can have tanio
by calling on Itobt, Parker, Jr., Po
Ilco Station. 3259-2W
Our $65 White
' are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 6 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Bole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
Prince Yamashlma, who Is greatly
interested In scientific research, has
provided an all the-year round meteor
ological station on Mount isuxaua,
t car Toklo. Japan.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from 12 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Cora
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Waunakea Et; P, O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396.
DYEINQ AND CLEANINQ.
JJemura dy.t (any color) and cleans
clothes; repair bicycle and fur
Jane empUjees. 520 King St
r. Hayashl Clothea cleaned, repaired
al HjU. 637 Beretanla St
or house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klki. General Employment Office,
tot. Fcnsacola and Beretanla.
Umbrella repaired and brasa polish
las. Taxata, 12X4 Fort St
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Adas.
Uccf cattle for tale at Ka-
til huku Kanch. Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
The finest assortment. (In the Islands)
of smokers' articles, Imported trow
Kngland; Including a large stock of
thrco II goods In fancy cases. Also
all tho leading brands of Clear Ha
vana and Domestic clgarc and Egyp
tlan nnd Turkish cigarettes at tho
lowest prices. Ladles or others de
siring to make Holiday gifts to Brnok
era, are Invited to call and Inspect
the stork before buying elsewhere.
Myrtle Cigar Store, Fort 8treet
1 1-2 story rcaldenco, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bed r., clec. wire, ono block
from 2 car lines, lot C0x85; $2250.
Easy payment. P. E. It, Straucb,
Walty Dldg., No. 74 King St.
Kino corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F., this office.
In quantities, sprouted coconnuta from
ono to two years old. Apply It. Q,
Dox 40, I.lhue, Kauai. 32CC-lm
Gold trimmed back combs, cheap. Sang
On Kcc, Jeweler, 130 King St., opp.
City Market. 3250-lm
Trunk, cost $40; will sell for $12. Ad'
dress Trunk, P. O. Dox 264.
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S. K-. Bulletin.
QEORQE E. 8ADIN,
ROOM 14i MACOON BLDQ.
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I tw. ivmiu )9l
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 6.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8
777 KINO 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSCLLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
IN VICTOR RECORDS
BERQ8TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' DLDQ.
ROYAL PALM, and
PLANT8 FOR 8ALE A T
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR, FLORIST.
TEL. MAIN 339.
Several schools In Nevada have been
compelled to close becauBo the trus
tees have found It Impossible to so
euro teachers. Almost as soon as they
arrlvo and take chargo they. marry.
Mr. Jaa. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of I,. K. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
bee Hastings for rtpalra of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union Grill.
Eitlmatea furnished on all klnda of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Dros., Union abovo Hotel St.
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bbno. 1111 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
In Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Charming Ladyi "I wonder how It
Old Bachclori "Bachelors gtttlng
11 AS A BLUFF
tonny of tho Chinese employed on
tho through ocean liners from the Ori
ent to San KrnncUco that touch at
Honolulu work ns a bluff They make
their wnges many times over by sell
Ir.g cigars and silk goods brought with
them from Chinn. These goods are
cold to the passengers who buy a suit
or two of pajamas or some other silk
article and generally get through the
custom house Inspection without de
tection. The custom officials aro awaro of
this fact, but it Is a hard matter to
r.roe that a person has purchased
some of his wearing apparel from tho
Chinese on the ship upon which no
duty has been paid. And the Orient
als are particular to whom they sell.
Heforc.they will dlsposo of any ar-
tlclo upon which duty is due the pur
chaser will have to produce pretty
good evidence that ho Is not a govern
Many of tho other Chlncso who do
not engage In this business make
handsome salaries or rather "rako
offs" each trip by running different
kinds of gambling games. These
games of chance are Indulged In by
lie cabin passengers as well as the
Chinese In the steerage, who do n
fcteat deal of playing when returning
to Cblna from tho Coast. But a wise
guy on the Siberia between here and
San Francisco when tho hlp was en
route to tho Orient In November play
ed a system, so It Is said, and broke
the Chlneso fan tan bank, winning
tomcthlne Ilka 100. It Is reported
that the gamblers tot their S90 back
before Yokohama was reached and In
addition a goodly sum of tho cablu
passenger's owne money.
Pajamas selling hero for 15 and $G
ran be purchased on board some boats
for $2. Ten and fifteen cent cigars
can be secured for four cents apleco
if one knows how to go about It, so
the story goes,
(Iptdal lo Tht DulUlM
Wahlawa, Kauai, Dec 28. Quite
ahead of time tho employees of the Mc
Ur)dc plantation celebrated Christmas
In a befitting style at the Lawai beach
bouse. Tho music was furnished by
i quartet. Kaulu,
;lncs, brought most
to tho top of the
the largest ot tho engines,
of tho entertainers
promontory west of Lawal, from
whence a procession led all to bo sur
prised by the stream having 'eaten
away the sand bank. Here two or threo
of the party safely carried their com
panions across the dashing stream.
After tho usual creetlnes tho crowd
nnn MHfi. ilnwn In ilnnclnir nml other
merry makings. A" short Intermission
u'li linil tnurnnU thn illanniipnrlnt? nt
the largest hour of the evening, dur-
ing which choice ico creams and temut-
Ing viands were served. Tho night was. Llhue on tho 2.th.
so refreshing that the dances brought Mr White of Walnlha tho other day
forth a loaded fiqor every tlrno. Among i""1 BOmo difference with a native car
those entertained wero Manager and Penter working under him and during
Mrs. Wm. Stodart, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. 'J10 argument he struck and whipped
Moler, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Jaegor, Mr. J'10 native. The native after tho thrash
and Mrs. Kruso, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. lnB lini' lr- Whlto nrrected In tho DIs
Sllva, Mr. and Mrs. U. Rodcr, Mr. and trltt Co,lrt '" Hanalel. Mr. White was
Mrs. Zoller. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Kin-
ney, Mrs. Duncan, the MIbbm Limn,
Dunn, Mabel and May Hastle, Dora
Kruso and the Messrs. W. I). Mcllryde,
J, Grace, I Welnxhlmer, Geo. Collet,
Geo. Connon, J. F. McKechnle, Doc,
Donald, Wm. Hastle, J. Kamanuwal,
D. Glass, Arbrey, J, Smith, J. Nevln,
Chas. Wilcox, Rurlck and Ilutton.
W, h. Peterson hns filed motion to
quash service ot summons In tho milt ing $300 from a Jupanese7 For awhile
'o abate nuisance Instituted by the I wished for an Aladdin's lamp that
Territory agaliiBt him and otheis In-, would bring me back to Honolulu Im
leresled In the old Camarlnos corner mediately, but this feeling passed off
on Alakea street, on tho grounds that when I remembered tho number of real
(he summons served on him was not friends I had who would simply laugh
signed. All the defendants demur on at tho story. Tho cowards or coward
the grounds that tho court has no Jur-jwho attacked me as soon as I had left
Miction to destroy the buildings or never had nerve enough to do bo while
'.ompel the occupants to move out, and I was In Honolulu, but my address W
that tho building permit statute la un-, known nnd they can have me to give
consltutlonal and does not npply.
WILIJVRD In this city. Docember 30,
1905, Ml" Jewell Wlllard, 33 yeara
Soo Canal tonnage this season up to
November was 37,993,630. This beats
Ihe prevloui record-breaking full sea-
son, 1902, by 2,032,000 tons. At this
rate the full season this year will come
very near 44,000,000 tons, or 8,000,000
tons more Jhan 1902.
"Do you like Miss Sharpun?" "No.
she's dreadfully Btupld, ' know."
"Stupid! What makes you think soT
It is always nest to stuiiy your pan
before you speak your piece.
Is tnat woman kep young looking longc
scarce, I expect."
I to Yokohama tho late Captain Smith
Leant Chapter No. 2, O. U. 8., closed ' w role, the following explanation for the
a ery successful jear Saturday ocn- editor ot tho AtdiUou Globe, a passen
Ing. Past officers' jewels were pre- ger, of how a day Is lost when a ship
sentcd to tho retiring Matron and crosses tho tSOth meridian:
Patron. Retiring Patron E. C. Drown Wednesday, November 15.
was toastmaster during tho banquet. "Explanatory of tho consequences of
Speeches were made by the Worthy crossing tho 180th meridian, by Cap
Matron, Mary E. Drown, P. W. M. Sallle' tain J. Trcmalnc Smith, S. S. Siberia:
u Williams, Brother Wilkinson. Jlroili-I All time is reckon xl from Greenwich.
er Hideout ot Olho Uranch Chapter,'
San Francisco, and Sister Moore, As-I
soclate a.Mtron of I.el Aloha Chapter
No. 3, of Honolulu. Music was fur- of Greenwich time, according as they
nlshed by the Ellis quintet Club. are In east or west longitude. For ex-
P. W. P. Clarence L. Crabbe Installed ample, when It Is noon at Greenwich,
the following named officers; Worthy It Is 7 a. m, in New York tho same day.
Matron, Mary E. Drown; Worthy Pat- Now York Is In 76 west, and as each 15
ron, Ray II. Reedy; Associate Matron, degrees of longitude Is one hour ot
Alice O. Hcrrlck; Secretary, Emma L. time, New York Is therefore Die hours
It. Crabbe; Treasurer, Amelia IJ. behind Greenwich. When It Is 8 a. m.
ltccdy; Conductress, Clara M. 8chmldt; In San Francisco, It Is 4 p. m. In Ortcn
Associate Condustrcss, Elizabeth Auer-lwich ot tho same day. San Francisco
bach; Chnptaln, Henry II. Williams; lis 120 degrees west from Greenwich, or
Marshal, May E. Hcmlnger; Organist, eight hours of tlmo later, ot course.
Huirlct C. Runs; Adah, Emma A.' Places cast of Greenwich have tholf
Abies; Huth, nha 1). Evans; Esther,' time earlier by tho difference of long
Nellie J. Stephens; Martha, Carrie U. ' Itudc. or tho distance from Greenwich.
ftiley; Electa, Ada A, Sharp; Warden,1
Annie 8. Wright; Sentinel, Joshua D.
CHRISJMAS AT HANALEI
(Special lo The llutlttin)
Hanalel, Kauai, Dec. 20. Tho people1
of Hanalel and Walnlha celebrated
Christmas together nt tho DcrcrlU's
In Hanalel. The decorations at tho
l)cerlll homestead which were under'
tho smiorvlslon of tho Misses Bald-
rich, Lena and Florenco Devcrlll and'
Mr. Vanhtilzen, wero exceedingly pret-l
., -.. ........... . u v.....i unmet
under the supervision of Mrs. S. B.
Decrlll was the feature of the day and
procl to be a great success.
A Christmas trco decorated by all
hands jinncd to bo tho best thing of
the day and W. E. Howell, who Imper-
cuiiuieu oumu viaus, wns a nowung
success. After all tho presents were
distributed the rest of tho evening was
ejient In various kinds of parlon games)
Until quite late, whon thoso living afar I
thought it bett to wend their way home-
warn. Tnoso who participated In the
celebration were: Mrs. C. B. Makee. H.I
'Blrkmyre, I II. Devcrlll, the Misses
- Aldrlch, Florenco and Lena Deter-
" nu mo .Messrs. w. u. now ell, u. u. reaencs Greenwich (from which all
Makce, II. Dlrymyre, W. F. Sanborn, time Is reckoned) he will have added
Vanhulzen, A. M. Iloylo nnd E. O. K.,21 hours to his llfo probably without
r? V- T? Dm n Ifir. lvtt an.lnu. t ,
. .. . v.v, w va... VU..IMIV. Ub..Mto .,. ... vivauv U.ll-VMUU CCUll.
Wanlhn, who has been to Honolulu to! ward), he will have shortened bis life
spend his Christmas, returned to Wal- by tho same time, but Instead ot drop-
niim oil mc nn uy tno ko au uou.
Allan Jaeger ot Walnlha. who also
'""s been to town for Ills Christmas, ro-
. turned to Walnlha by tllO Ke All Hou.
J- A- Palmer of Ilhue, administrator
for tllO estate Of C. II. Wllllls. Wns in
"analel tho last two days taking stock!
?.n Willi effects. Ho returns to
'"'" uu an f.
Weather In Hanalel wet and cold.
ANDREWS MAKES ANSWER.
Former Attorney General Lorrln An
drew, writing from Shanghai, says:
"I wns certainly mado when I saw tho
ui'coiiiUh of tho accusations against me.
To my mind the proposition Is ridicu
lous. If I wero lu tho stealing business
Is It lirobablo I would hao taken nr
oven have discussed tho matter of stent.
my testimony any tlmo they want it"
K. OF P. 0FFICER8 ELECTED.
1 "he William McKlnloy Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias last night elected
,no following officers, who will be In-
lalled noxt Saturday evening: Chan-
cellor Commander, M. M. Johnson;
Vice Chancellor, F. M. McGrew; Pro-
Into, W. F. Frazce; Master ot Work,
A. O. Ferguson; Keeper of the Record
and Seal, E. A. Jacobsen; Master of
Finance, F, a. Noycs; Master of tho
Exchequer, II. Blcknell; Master of
I A8' W. O. Whlto; Inner Guard, W.
Coon! 0ilpr Guard, C J Carlson;
.Trustee, E. Farmor.
Fin Job Printing at the lulUtln,
M Ml HIP
SIBERIA'S LASr VOYAGE
.UNI) UALLY MK1UNA1E
LATE CAPTAIN SMITH EXPLAINED
HOW A DAY IS LOST WHEN
CROSSING THE 180TH
When the P. M. S. S. Siberia touched
at Honolulu en routo to the Orient No-
ember 10th Bho was making her thir
teenth oyage. When leaving this pott
one of her propellors became entangled
with the chain of a buoy In the barber.
She was delayed seven hours. Uetweeu
San Francisco and Honolulu a China
man died, and during tho trip from
here to Yokohama a sick Japanese did
not survive and was burled at sea.
After the arrival of the Siberia nt
Hongkong her commander. Captain J
T. Smith, committed suklao b) cutting
his throat with a razor. Later there
was a fire In tho ship's hold which did
a good deal ot damage 'Inn Siberia is
due hero again from Yokolinma next
Friday. Captain Smith's body is sup
posed to bo aboard, being taken to Sun
Francisco for interment.
During his last trip from Honolulu
which Is sometimes called the primer,
or first meridian longitude, 0. Places
on the earth are either behind or ahead
Cxamplo: Manila Is In lougltudo 120
degrees from Greenwich, or eight
hours ot time: thereforo when it is 4 u
in. In Manila, It is 8 n. m. or the rams
day In Greenwich. In Japan, standard
time is reckoned from tho 135th merld
Ian, or 9 hours ahead of Greenwich
lime. Noon at any place on tho eartb
Is marked by tho adcnt of the sun
arrofln thn morlillnn nf Mint nlnrn If
across tho meridian of that place.
' the traclor is sailing from cast lo
west, or from San Francisco towards
Jntmn. nnd rnv nrnnml tin. uorl.1 nn
the same westerly course, bo nnd the
gun ore molng in the sumo direction,
and tho Instant the sun arrics at his
meridian, It must be past noon at tbr
, pince no im ycsieruay, anu is not ym
' noon nt tho place he hopes to reach to
.morrow. . . . Tho opposite loudl
I Hon holds, of course. If he Is coins
eastward around tho world; or. Instead
of tho sun overtaking him, as It did lu
going westward, ho now advances to
meet the Bun; nnd therefore shortens
bis day by tho length of his distance
mado each day. Instead of lengthening
It; or his day will probably be 23i
hours, Instead of 24Vi hours. . . .
By the time tho traveler has reached
the meridian of 180 degrees, going
westward, ho has lengthened hU lirH
by 12 hours of time, aud if ho continue
to tratel In tho samo direction until he
being conscious of tho fact. If travul.
' Int. In llin nnnnnltn .1 !.... I.. .....
ping a nay, as wo &ae dono here, he
Adds a day at tho 180th meridian and
evens up what he had lost on the jour
ney. 10 put me problem more plainly
Supposo two men, A and B, started on
the Same Instant on n Iniirnriv nrnnmt
tho world, tho drat going east, and the
oilier west, neither making any altera
tion in their data from the time of
starting until their return together on
the samo day. This 1b what would
happen: A would bellete that bo had
arrived say on Sunday, while B would
porslst In tho belief that It was Friday.
Thero would bo a difference of two
whole days In their reckoning: but
no one would seriously cutertaln tho
idea that on this account A had lived
forty-eight hours longer than B. The
actual uay of tho week would of course
be Saturday, and the actual tlmo con
sumed by each on tho Journey would
bo precisely the Bame. A going west,
should have dropped a day; B going
cum, snouui niio nuclei! a day.
IN iPT TRIM
Major General Samuel S. Sumner.
commander ot tho Pacific division of
mo United States army, arrived in San
Francisco from Honolulu the other
Jay after having completed a tour of
inspection of tho army forces In tho
Hawaiian Islands, aeneral Sumner
Mated that ho found the troops In tho
Islands In good condition. Ho said In
"I Inspected tho now army post near
Honolulu and found It to be In first
class condition. I did not Inspect tno
defenses of Honolulu, as that is not In
my province. I was well satisfied with
(be condition of affairs from an army
Mandpomt In tho Hawaiian Islands,'
i 9 l
Franklin, "What did that Kentucky
Colonel say when he saw thn ocean for
the first tlmeT" Penn "He sold It was
xery evident that the gentlemen In the
East dldn t uso water for a chatir"
You never find the man who knows
it all working In an Information bu
iM - M'af -
1 A HAPPY
The coming year Is reasonably certain to be a happy one for you
and yours If' you have Electricity Installed In your home. You have
perhaps been thinking of having 'your house wired for a long time
past, but have never quite made up your mind. Now, on the thresh
hold of the new year, la the time, Is the time to let ua do the work
for you. Your home will be brighter, happier and healthier for the
Innovation and your new year will be started under the brightest pos
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
f Office King St., near Alakca
Lovers Of Good Living
Will be delighted to see the array of delicacies on our Delicatessen
Counter. The 8 8. Alameda brought ua a splendid consignment of
tasty food novelties from the mainland markets, Including
FANCY CHEESE, SMOKED EELS, MACKEREL
and some excellent OLIVES in bulk
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen we have had for a
very long' time.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
100 ; Boxes
Choice Navel Oranges
$3.00 Per box to any part
of the City You will
want a box for the Holia
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS
You can purchase many dlfl erent articles from, our Immense stock
of Oriental goods that are unique, both of the useful and ornamental
kinds. Goods will be sold very cheap,
941 NUUANU 8TREET.
tHVitii VnKKiUV t limUX nmliM
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
I-OR SALB nVBRYWIinRE
McFARLANEciCo, Sole Agents.
V. SUQA. SHOTEN
Wholoaalo S: Retail Liquor Dealer,
b:q 8tock of Japanese and America Liquors, ""mial Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO STREETS.
'08TOFFICE BOX 86S TELEPHONE MAIN 82
A FINE LOT OF CORN FED TUR.
KEY8 JUST ARRIVED per Nebrai-
FORT ADOVE HOTEL STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
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NEW YEAR i
'Phone Main 390
TAI & CO.
Tel. Main 256.
P. O. Box 948
W. G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIM
WAIKIKI SIDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI,
Qood Workmanship, Work Completed
Alexander young Hotel
Absolutely fire-proof, finest cui
sine, elegantly furnished and the
best of service.
NOAH W. GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T. H.
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