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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, H.. MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1906.
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET8 UPSTAIR8.
Notice to Holders of Bonds
Waialua Agricultural Co,, Ltd
Pursuant to a ueioiutlon pnssed by
the Directors of the Waialua Agricul
tural Company, Ltd, at a regularly
called meeting held on October 24th,
1905, .and acting under authority of a
llcsolutlon passed by tha Shareholders
of tho said Waialua Agricultural Co.,
Ltd. at a duly called special meeting
held on Octuoer 19th, 11105, tho existing
Issue of Bonds, for One Million Dol
lars In all, will be refunded on March
Under authority of tho said Resolu
tions a new Issue of Bonds for Ono
Million Flvo Hundred Thousand Dol
lars (1,000,OUO.OO) In all will bo niude.
tald Donds to be dated March 31st,
190C, bearing Interest at tho rata of 6
per annum, payable semiannually on
tho last days of March and September
of each year, for a term of 20 years,
with tho option reserved to tho Wnla-
lua Agricultural Company, Ltd, of re
deeming tho whole or any part of said
Donds on March 31st, 1916, or on any
Interest-paying dato thereafter; said
Donds to bo secured by Deed of Trust
on the property of tha Company,
which shall provide for the annual pay
ment to tho Trustee of 10 of the net
profits of tho Company, to be Invested
as a sinking fund for the redemption
of said Donds.
Holders of the existing Issue of
Donds may exchange their holdings for
an equivalent face-value of the new Is
sue, on tho basis of 98 for the latter,
(difference to be paid to Bondholders
i cither In U. S. Gold Coin or In addl
' tlonal Donds at 98, or partly In Donds
and partly In U. S. Gold Coin, at Com
pany's option), provided they execute
on agreement to this effect, and deliv
er samo, not later than January Cth,
1906, to the Hawaiian Trust Company,
Limited, Dlank forms of this agree'
meat will be furnished on application,
or may bo had at the offlco of tha Ha
wallan Trust Company, Limited.
Honolulu, November 2, 1905.
O. P. CASTLE,
Treasurer Waialua Agr'l Co, Ltd.
3220 Jan. 6, 1900.
J.A, R. Vieira&Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF HAWAIIAN
IIS HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT 8T,
The Yeekly Edition of the Evening
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digestive organs. It supplies material
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01 Hotel Stiieet.
PAYMENT OP WATER nATES.
As provided for In Chapter 45 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii 1905, all per
sons holding water privilege or thoso
paying water rates are hereby notified
that tho water rates for the six (6)
months ending June 30th, 190G, win be
due and payable on the first day of
On all such rates remaining unpaid
on January 15th, 190C, an additional
chargo of 10 per cent will be made.
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid February 15th, 190C, arc
subject to Immediate shut off, without
Hates ore payable to the Chief Clerk
of the Department of Public Works at
tho office of the Honolulu Water
J. H. HOWLAND.
Superintendent of the Honolulu Water
Honolulu, T. H, December 14, 1905.
3255 to Dec. 31.
PAYMENT OF SEWER RATES.
In accordance with Chapter 84 of the
Revised Laws of 1905, all those hold
ing sewer privileges or paying sower
rates are hereby notified that the sew.
er rates for the six (C) months ending
June 30, 1906, will be due and payable.
at the omce of the superintendent or,
Public Works, on the first day ot Jan
A failure to pay such rates within
fifteen (15) days thereafter will sub
ject the holders 10 per cent additional.
C- M. WHITE,
Approved: Chief Cleric
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Supt. of Public Vcrks.
3255 to Dec. 31.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA 8T.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
FI8HNET3, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SDK,
Nos. 44-EO King 8L, Katsey Block, bst
Nuuanu and Smith 8ts.; Tsl. aln 189.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers,
itc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
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Ratand Roach Paste
la ntrutnl la Hd lh tiaua. bans ft Lam nf I
isvtrnia,drtvilfimoto(dnori todto. All I
uraiiTPOTPrni tiprtM r) on rtipi or
UtlTltC ruil CO., TrttaM 114, dlif, 111, I
IUST TO HAND
GONSALVES & CO.,
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oflfce and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Inn; Repairing and Qeneral Jobbing.
1032 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C.
821 ALAKEA 8TREET.
Lunch from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m.,
with Xi Coffee or Claret, 15 cts.
(Other Drinks Extra.)
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8TS.I
FRENCH AND ENGLISH TWEEDS
FOR MEN'S 8UIT8.
i REASONABLE PRICE8
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP 8TREET.
STEINWAY and other
PIANOS Special XMAS
THAYER PIAIO COMPANY,
158 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
Makes Fle.h and Strength for Slok nnd
eel by maklns strong rloh red blood.
checks dlaea.e by Blvlng iou strength to
resist It. sold by Drum, , 70 cts a hoi,
or 3 bones lor S2., or mil -d on receipt ol
Brlce. Write ueaoout Home Treatment,
R. DOSANKO CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
Good Room and Board
Por day week or month
Mrs Wilkinson, Properitor
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Recorded Dec. 26. 1905.
Qonloku lllgnshl to Asimeo of Est
of Maysuoka Shoklcht; CM; lease-
now, cane, florae, etc, growing cano
on leasehold; $500. II 275, p 282. Da
led Oct 12, 1905.
O S Kclu nnd wf to llchccca A Knu
hulhno; D; It P 7040, Kill 7928, liana
pepe, Kona, Kauai; 4 shares In hul
land. 1-7 Int In 7 shrs In hul land, Int
n por Kul 7466 and 2 blilfts, etc; last
hroo In Holunloa 1 and 2, N Kona,
Hawaii; J10, etc. B 277, p 270. Dated
Nov 21, 1905.
J Keanu and wf to 'David Ilalll ct nl;
D; It Vt 8010, 6016, 3826, 3374 nnd
EC63 and Kul 1117, Keel 2, etc, 1-2 Int
nl Or 1183, Kalnma 2; both S Kona,
Hawaii! 1 and mtB $2000. 11 277, p
271. Dated Dec 20, 1005.
P S Lyman to Hufus A Lyman ct nl;
Consent; to ratg for $1420, live stock,
drays, harness, etc, IIIIo; $1, etc. 1)
276, p 284. Dated Dec 20, 1905.
II A Lyman Jr to Hawaii Mill Co
Ltd; CM; live stock, drays, harness,
etc, IIIIo; $1420. B 275, p 284. Dated
Dec 20, 1906.
Manuel do Cnsta to Will E Fisher:
D; lots C and 7, blk 4, Kalulanl tract,
Honolulu: $1. B 277, p 272. Dated
Tune 18, 1904.
Will E Klshcr to Mary Do Costa; D;
lots C and 7, blk 4, Kalulanl tract,
Honolulu; $1. D 277, p 273. Dated
June 18, 1904.
Dank of Hawaii Ltd to Emma McL
Wood; Itcl; lot 2, blk 3, Collego Hills,
Honolulu; $2250. II 217, p 355. Dated
Dec 23, 1905.
Wong Leong to 8un Chong Co; Par
Itcl; It P 4475, Kul 7713, Ap 45, part
I, Knllua, Koolaupoko, Oahu; $2500.
1) 275, p 286. Dated Dec 21, 1905,
Kalml P Kahula nnd hsb to Samuel
i: Hogers ct nl: I); Int In Clr 16.12,
Manono, Kau, Hawaii; $160. B 277,
p 274. Dated Dec 19, 1905.
A S Wllcnx to Kauai Electric Co
Ltd, Can L; right to erect poles,
stretch wires, etc, for electrical pur
poses across lands, Kallhlwal, etc, Kn
ual. B 273, p 392. Dated Nov 16, 1905.
Prlnccvllle Plantn Co to Knual Elec
tric Co Ltd; L; right to erect poles,
stretch wires, etc. for electrical pur
poses, across lands In llanalcl, Ka
uai; 50 yrs at power rental. B 273,
p 393. Dated Nov 16, 1905.
Emily C Judd widow by atty to Nel
lie Cares; I); por II P 4422, bldgs, wa
ter rights, etc. Young nnd King Sts,
Honolulu;) $2500. B 277, p 275. Dat
td Nov 1, 1905.
W II Castlo tr by ntty to D I.enn;
Rcl; It P's 1419 and 1569 and bldgx,
Hecla, Koolaupoko, Oahu; $200. B
147, p 196. Dated Dec 26, 1905.
W II Castle tr by atty to D Lena;
Rcl; R P 1419 and 1569. Ileela, Koo
laupoko, Oahu; $100. B 147, p 311.
Dated Dec "20, 1905.
Grace II Pa and hsb to Onomca Su
gar Co; L: 1-2 Int In por Or 1319, Ala-
kahl, IIIIo; 10 yrs at $210 per yr. 11
273. 397. Dated Dec 18. 1995.
Hawn Tr Co Ltd tr to Waialua Agrl
Co Ltd: Par Rel: por Kul 722. Loloo,
Honolulu: $1. B 275, p 287. Dated
Dec 19. 1905.
Ida M 1'opo by atty to Hawn Trust
Co Ltd: AM: mtg T Thocno ct nl on
lots 31 and 31, blk 3, Puunul tract, Ho
nolulu; $100. B 275, p 288. Dated Dec
Antonlno A Lone to J Alfred Mu
coon; M; por Kul 11029, Ap 2, Manoa
Rd, Honolulu; $350. u zift, p zs'J
Dated Dec 22. 1905.
Julia A Colburn to J Alfred Magoon,
Rel; from obligation to pay rent In
D 269, p 458. $1. B 276, p 290. Dat
ed Dec 22. 1905.
Joe Morris and wf to Richard II
Trent; M; 2 pes land, Kapalama, Ho
nolulu: $5500, B 275, p 291. DateU
Dec 23, 1905.
Richard II Trent to First Am Savs &
Tr Co of Hawnll Ltd; AM; mtg J Mor
ris and wf on 2 pea land, Kapalama,
Honolulu: $500. B 275, P 293. Dated
Dec 26, 1905
Jou Morris to Rlclmrd H Trent; Add
Secy; rents etc on 2 pes land, Kapa
lama. Honolulu: $1. II 275, p 293.
Dated Dec 23, 1905.
John M Lydgatu to Ilakalau Plantn
Co; L; dr 1354, Pmiohun, IIIIo; 10 yr
at $245 per yr. B 273, p 399. Dated
Oct 10, 1905.
WAILUKU SCHOOL WORK
(Bptcinl to Tkt Butlttinl
Watluku, Maul, Dec. 29. Tho pupils
of the' Walluku High School gavo q
very successful entertainment at thell
school last Friday evening which was
very largely attended by tho friends
and patrons of tho school. Tbo enter
talnment consisted of recitations, sing
tng, dialogues, tableaux, etc., given by
the pupils in all grades. Principal u
E. Copeland and his ablo corps of as
slstants have every reason to be proud
of their pupils, who by tho very able
manner they acted their various parts,
showed the most careful attention ot
their teachers. The Walluku school Is
beginning to be what It ought to be,
and If It keeps on at this rate, it win
kiir'T rank as ono of tne leaning cuu
rational Institutions In this Territory.
What Is needed In this school as well
as other u-hools In Central Maul, Is a
rnpablo music teacher, tho samo as In
WANT FATHER JULIAN
(Special lo Tht lulled)
Walluku, Maul, Doc. 29, A largo po
tltlon, signed by tho members of the
Roman Catholic Church In Walluku
snd the friends of Rev. Father Julian,
was sent to His Lordship Ulshop Li
bert tills week, praying that Father
Julian bo retained hero Instead of bo
lug dispatched to Kau. Tho quick ro
ply was wired this afternoon from Ho
nolulu, demanding that the Reverend
Father leave at once for Wolohlnu, foi
which port ho will leave this evening
Jy the steamer Mauna Loa, leaving be
hind a host of friends and parishioner
who greatly regret bis departure,
i s '
An engine going a mile a minute
gives twenty puffs a second.
The Baptist women ot the world are
supporting 300 missionaries.
Don't neglect your cough. Stop It
at once and drive away all thought ot
consumption. Begin as early as posi
slble tlio sooner the better to take
the most effectlvo remedy for coughs
and colds of every kind and In every
Ono of tho most annoying coughs
It a throat cough, where you have
that constant tick
ling In your throat.
It comes on worso
at night, Voeps you
awake, and makes
you havo that
In the chest. Ayer's
quiets tho cough.
easy, and heals tho
lungs. Thcro Is no other romedy so
surely to be rolled on.
Thcro aro many, substitutes and
Imitations. Beware ot thorn and of
so-called "Oenulno Cherry Pectoral.'!
Ho suro you got AYER'S Cherry
Put up In large and small bottles.
Prep irtOj Of. 1. C Ajrr C, lll. Mm , U.S. A.
Fred. Larscn, tho waterfront police-
man. has not touched a drop of liquor
or moro tnnn nitcen years. Loraen
used to bo a sailor and, llko others of
the following, after a long voyage at
sea, "took a fow" now and then when
ho got Into port. Larscn never took
tho gold euro It happened to bo tho
"gasollno cure", and guaranteed.
Together with a fellow sailor Just
Lcfoio ho quit drinking for good, Lars-en
had been ashoro at San Pedro.
Ihey had had a good tlmo together
and had returned to tho skip after
dark. Comfortably seated on a tank
full of gasoline which happened to bo
open thoy wcro relating their expe
riences, planning the future, and talk
ing over their travels of that day and
Suddenly thcro was an awful cxplo
nlon and Larscn never saw his ship
mate afterward. Tho other sailor had
attempted to look Into the gasollno
tank, using a match for light, and tho
conclusion followed. Tho vessel was
destroyed nnd Larson was thrown
high Into the air, fortunately landing
on tho wharf. The man who bad used
his match so carelessly also fell on
Larson was picked up unconscious
end moro dead than alive. For eight
months ho lay In a hospital and final
ly after careful treatment was restor
ed to his former good condition. Tho
explosion only lasted a fraction of a
recond, but during that short spaco of
time Larscn learned a lesson ho has
l.ovcr forgotten ho decided that It
would bo best to let whisky alone, and
his decision has lasted all theso fifteen
years. Ho never saw tbo other fellow
again and does not care If ho never
HILO SCHOOL LOT
IIIIo, Dec 26. Governor Carter's
visit to IIIIo accomplished Its purpose,
and all opposition to the Carter pio
gram was Immediately "Roosevelted".
The Governor hurdled the barriers
Placed In the way by Secretary "Jack"
committing tho government to rcservo
Block C for Federal purposes, and has
dcclnred that tho prospects of a gov.
eminent building for IIIIo are so re
mote that a new population will have
sprung up whoso desires for Federal
Improvements may not bo so strong as
our present voters.
Met ut the fish landing on Walakca
river by a commltteo consisting of
John Molr, the Governor was escorted
with as little domonstrtalon as It Is
posslblo to concelvo to tho lattcr's res
idence at Onomea plantation, In which
tho Executive holds a largo Interest.
He camo and went unheralded, and
fow citizens wero awaro ot the Execu
tive prcsenco In our midst. However,
he summoned tho leaders of the Ma
sonic Hall Association and made
known to them his decision after care
ful consideration, to accept tho offer
ot exchange of tho Masonic lot for a
portion of Lot C. The Masons ask for
lot having a frontage of seventy-five
Icet on Walanucnue street and ono
hundrod feet on Brldgo street, at a
4a1uatlon fixed by tho Oovcrnor of
ninety ccnta per square foot. This
Means that tho lot Is valued at $6,750.
In cxcjiango for this lot, the Masonic
Hall Association proposo to Elvo tltlo
to two lots on upper Walanuenuo
Elreot. Theso aro tho Hitchcock and
Masonic lots, valued respectively at
$1,300 and $5,000. Tho balance will
havo to bo paid In cash. The Associa
tion agreo to put up a substantial Ma
tonic Jlall on tho newly acquired land
at a cost of not less than $16,000 with
in olghtecn months from July first
Tho arrangements wero eminently
satisfactory to tho Governor, and aft
er securing tho agreement from tho
Masons In writing, ho gavo1 Instruc
tions to Engineer Gcro to advcitlse for
the removal of the Rlvershle School to
the now school lota. It Is hoped tho
school buldlng can be removed during
the holidays and not disturb the dally
attendance of pupils. As soon as the
specifications aro drawn up for tho
High School, contracts will bo let for
the construction of that building on
Inu Riverside lot.
"Why don't you go to work7" de
manded the housekeeper, "Well, yer
see," began the grey-haired old loafer,
"I got a wife and free children to
support " "Dut It you don't work
how can vou sunnbrt " "As I wui
Ip-sayln', lady, 1 got a wife an' t'rew
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as herenit i
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO:
(ALAMEDA DEC. 29
VENTURA JAN. 1.
ALAMEDA JAN. 19
EIERHA JAN. 31
ALAMEDA . .
In connerjon with the sailing ot tbo above steamers, tha ageaU ssM
orepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by ami
railroad from San Francisco to all points. In tho United States, and fro
New York by any steamship lino to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
OCEANIC 8. S. CO., QENERAL AQENTS.
, Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KI8EN KAI3HA.
Stesmers of the above companies will call at Honolulu an
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
t-OR JAPAN AND CHINA.
KOREA JAN. C
COPTIC JAN. 17
SIBERIA JAN. 30
- Call at ManIK
For general Information apply to
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
Prom New Yorlc to Honolulu
S.8."OREGONIAN" , to sail JAN. 1SNN
8.8. "AMERICAN" to sail FED. 15
Freight received at all times at tho
Prom Sar Prnncluco To Honolulu Direct.
8.S."NEDRA8KAN" to sail JAN. 18
S.S."NEVADAN" to sail FEB. 8
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street
and each month thereafter.
From Honolulu to San PrancUco.
S.S.NEVADAN to sail JAN. T
8.3.-NEORA8KAN" to sail JAN. 28
Prom Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail FED. 2
8.8."NEDRA8KAN" to sail FED. 21
For further Information apply as
C, P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agent AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamer of the above line, running In connection with tke CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. ft. v
and calling -t Victoria, B. C4 Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brlsbaa. mi
DUE AT HONOLULU oa or About the dates below stated, vis.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.i From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney)
MIOWERA JAN. 13
MOANA FED. 10
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States) utV
Europe. For Freight and Patiar and
Tfaeo. II. Davl i & Co., Lid. Qeneral Agents,
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HU8TACE PECK CO., LTD.
Having baggage contracts with the following Steamship Co.'s Unec
Oceania Steamship Co. Paclfio Mall Steamshla Co.
Oceld' iial eV Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship C.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you U tremMa
and annoyance ot checking on the wbarf.
Incoming baggago checked on steamers of above compose amd 4rY
ered with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 86.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice Prssldent; J. L. "-' isn
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Qedge, Auditor; Frank Hirrrm.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
AL80 WHITE AND BLACK 8AND.
pure distilled wall'
' Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers,
Oahu Ice and Electric C
Telephone Blue Slit
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Cg;i
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen St, Honolulu.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND
at RWHT PRICES when you order
S K. AKI & CO.,
102S SMITH THEET.
Fort SAN FRANCISCOr
SIERRA JAN. t
ALAMEDA JAN. 14
SONOMA JAN. JO
VENTURA FEB. 20
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MONGOLIA .'JAN. 1
CHINA JAN. 2(
DORIC FEB. 9
MANCHURIA FEB. 16
Company's Wharf, 41st Street, BocM
' (For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.J
MOANA JAN. 10
AUllANUl " T.
all general Information apply to
and Steam Coal.
H. J, NOLTE.
Beaver Lunch Room
The Bike Doctor. I have a M
stock of wheels. Repalrtnj
our specialty. Wheels IUa&
ed. Two Stores: 1M Kuu at
Hotel nw River.
Fine Job Printing a The BailatJM
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