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BVKNINO BULLETIN. .IIONOLUMJ, T.JL, MONDAY, JANUAIIY 1, jklG.
The law requires that you pay a tax on your dog and that
the registry number be worn on the collar, and If you do not
attend to this little matter the dog catcher will give your pet
a ride In hit wagon and there will toon be no more "dog
day'' for that. pup.
When Vou pay your tax It should mean a new Collar, for
. any, good dog It worth one new collar a year. Wi have a
large ttoek of Collar and can fit your dog and your purte at
the tame time. We alio have collar Locks, Chalnt, Dog pit-
cult, and a full line of
Claui Spreckelt, WmQ. Irwin,
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Franclteo Agents Tho N
VaJa National Dank or San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada. Ns
Uonal Bank of San Francisco.
London Tin Union of Loudon and
Smith's Uanlc, Ltd.
New Yofk American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Kxchauf"' National
Paris Credit Lyonuals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Sboncbal Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Hani
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
Victoria and Vancouver - Dank ot
uriusn jsortn America.
ueposiis received. Loans maae oa
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Crcdtts Issued. Dills ot
chongo bought and sold.
Collection tPromptly Accounted For.
&nf ONLY 20 d. To quickly Intro-
duce our latest fashionable Jewelry
catalogue we send this' beautiful .chain
and cross pendant, has bright' 14k. gold
finish with brilliant stone set center
and snap catch chain 22 Inches long,
SHELBY JEWELRY CO.,
Covington, Ky., U, ' 8. A.
Vina C?3n4- '
s law a it I delinquent, and shalrbd subject to a
l nniT 1 t pi riTrtn "ll0 Penalty and Interest aoi tho law
AMERICAN SAVINGS?""- w.bu'holt.
AND TRUST GO'.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
8UB8CRIBED CAPITAL. .$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office; Corner Fort and King Sts.,
SAVINGS DEPOSIT8 received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate ot 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
E8TABLI8HED IN 1B58.
Bishop & Co.
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' Commercial' and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
jthe Bank of California and N
M.1 Rothschilds &' Sons,' Lon.
don. y ' , .
. Correspondents v for the'!
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook &. 8on.
interest allowed on term
jnnd Savings iBank Deposits.
A meeting of tho Stockholders' ot
tho Inter-Island Telegraph Co., Ltd.,
will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 2d, 1800.
at 10 a. m., at(tlio office of C. J. Hutch
Ins, 920 Fort street, for tho purpose
ot ratifying tho action of the board of
directors ro the settlement ot the BUlt
of F. E. Thompson, trustee, and for
tho transaction of sucU other business
as ' may come properly before the
W. K. FAniUNQTON,
Honolulu; Dec. 20,
I 4 t ff 1
BJQ 8HJPMENT i ,
SAMOAN TAP'AS H
'-' " "JUST REdElv'ED.
HOTEL STREET STORE. ' '
"For Rent oiis on aate tt Bulletin.
Glovers. Dog Remedlet.
TO THE INHABITANTS AND OTHER
, PERSONS LIABLE TO PAY
TAXESIN THE TERRITORY OF
The Assessors of tlio Territory ol
Hawaii hereby give tootled that tllolt
offices, will bo open from the First to
tho Thirty-first days of January, 190G,
Inclusive, from S a. in. to S p. ra. (Sun
days and Holidays excepted), and on
Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon, and
all persons llablo to bo taxed In said
Territory of Hawaii, cither In tholi
own rights, or as guardians, admlnls
trators, executors, trustees or other
Ine, nro required' by law to bring In
to tho Assessor, within the time
above specified, true lists of all tho'.i
polls,' Incomes, and estates; both real
ulli pUt0nal. Dlauk Assessment Lists
f,)r this purpose can bo had unon an
plication at. tho offices of tho Assess
.rs or Deputy Assessors'. ' '.
All Personal. Taxes (Poll, Iloacl and
I t'cliool) are duo and payable on and
'ufiwr January 1st In each year.
All personal Taxes (Poll, Head and
Kchool) remaining unpaid on March
31st of each year, aro by law dclln
juent, ami shall bo subject to a 10 per
cent, penalty, and !f not paid fifteen
Cays nttcr dute of delinquency, inter
est at tho rato of It) per cent, per an
, nmn shall ho added thereto, and bIiuII
bo concciea .as pari oi buch taxes.
All Specific, all Property (both Ileal
and Personal) and all Income Taxes
urc due and' payable after thd 31st day
of January In .each year.
All Succlflc. one-half of tho Pronertv
I (both Heal and Personal) and oiic-linl(
(of tie Incomo Taxes remaining' unpaid
on tho 15th day of -May of each year,
cro by law delinquent, and shall 'be
Mibjcct to a 10 per cent, penalty, and
if not paid fifteen days after dateiol
ncllnque'ucS', Interest at tho rate' of 111)
and 12 per cent, respectively wllpbe
added thereto, and shall be collected
h8 part Of SUCll tttXOS.
The balauce.of the Property and In
come Taxes remaining unpaid on No-
ember 15th of each year, shall become
IAssossor 1st Taxation Division, Oahu
.Assessor 2d Taxation Division, Maul
I N. C. WILLFONO,
Assessor '3d taxation Division, Hawaii
I J. K. FAIILE,Y,
Assessor 4th Taxation Division, Kauai.
Honolulu, December 29, 1905.
32C8 2t W-lt
"Tou'll p'fi?2.SuiKr Veek." '
'Cnii't you'iuoUi It $3Mn voetl"
. "Wliat'H tlii'"illff(f enror '
"IVKJveeU only means perhaps I'll
Tilery M'nii Jio Unlivery
Mrs. T'ruddlcs Toniniyj'you tnuttu'l
KO flslilui;, with, Peter ltlshers Ho li
jjust gi'tting over Jlio measles.
Tommy TriuldleB Tlicre won't b
jnuy ilnnser, iiiother. I,. never catcli
anything xvIumi I'm fisl'ilnj,'.
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I.Thq barlifentl'rfe !Fiill'erp'ri,f arrjyjng
painraay irom rori iianioru wun
pll, will probablyf,bd'tho first vessel
lo leaye for Jhu Coast) this yean She
vtllBet out p'ro!mhly,'tnmorro'w.
' The S, S, wvadan; IrorarBa'n Fran
clsco with mall, la duo
ik1 j?. ysjSy
Vi Lm fSTTiV. f Fill Tlr. l,.iVUV..t i
If you kvc never tried
0 v .. ." t! J' ji
tiJ ijj jj
do to at once. It It superior tc any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
ever told. '
leading hotelt and
' I New
1C1 vfO 105 N.JKING STREET.
T EL EP H 0 N E MAIN 140.'
Travelers Ijlever forget
: ' First Sight'Of ' M
ONE ATTRACTION OF
YOUTH 8AY8 FEAT IS EA8Y THE
ARMY OFFICERS ON TRANS-
PORTS THE BEST DO-
mo Hawaiian uiviub uujb, I"t"k,way ports, 1.' ra.
always remembered by tourists whether stmr, ukcllkc, Naopala, for Maul
they stop ott here or go on through county ports, 5 p. m.
either to the Colonics or the Orient, j stmr. W. a. Hall, S. Thompson, for
uro always having their troubles. If Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
lsn t so muddy that the nicu-,
or 25-ccnt pieces cannot be
els. dimes or 25-ccnt nieces
seen when thrown to them In tho har
bor, It Is something else.
Lack of appreciation of their won
derful swimming and dlvlni; powers
by tho on-lookers Is another fault they
inve to nun. ahu uien win wmoa mo ;
uoats uo not como into ino uaruor. or g ,,rmidsc0 3 ,,. m Dcc 28 ,iUB p.
on the ones that do tliore Is occasional- Jan '
ly n IlKht passcuser list. When bust-1 'J, J' g; s s,bcr )ent f rdm y,10.
ucss Is Kood and the water clear the ,m Dcc m Jnn 5
boys freuuently collect ,by diving n p j',. a s; Kor 8cnbury from 8an
he neighborhood or rrom 0 cents up ,,rnnclBt.0 ! p. jn 'Uc(,. 30.'(juo , ra
to as hlKh as $1.50 each. I,n rj ' ' '
The boya say tho army transports v g A T Sherman, from Manila',
arriving from the Coast aro usually I D 1(J , NBgMnkl Dec. 27.
the bojt iiaylng steamers that touch ut jan j
Honolulu. Thoofflccrs, tho youths de-j A'.,ft S- s MMUin Nicholas, from
:lare are usually liberal and l'ardly,jcnUio nnd Tacoma, Dcc. 29; due p. m.,
B.VI IWI IHCi.i W WOMUh t.VMU.VO W.
Slugs 0 somo Kinu inio me water lur
j tho fun ot, the performance., The pub
lic touid 'be eurpriteu, mo ooys say,
If It liuew how many old pieces of lead
mid Blugg resembling' coins are thrown
lo Hi em, by people lnjthocablu ot the
big ships and who' think too' mttcli of u
nickel to let loose, ot It, On the other
hand there Is nearly always tho liberal
soul who frequently parts with ono or
two dollars In change lilraBelf.
Tho denominations ot tho money
heaved Into tbe water vary. Some
times when a vessel Is coming In near
ly every throw will be a five-cent piece.
Now and then quarters aro thrown and
not so frequent halt dollars. Once In
a great while a commotion Is caused
among tho native divers by tho sight
of a silver dollar splashing In tho water
and then sinking out of sight. Then
It Is when they all turn upside down and
ril.iniwip. In n Itnrt-V Whan tho Hn.
nnmn war horn nn tier IfLRt trln the'
water was very bad, tor the'boys, and
they flcuro that they lost about 13.
The harbor was particularly muddy ut
the time. k
Joo Hlncy, one ot tho divers," 14
years old, lias been In tho business
It Is really abuslncss'wlth him ns he
makes all tsteamcr8 as regularly as the
stevedores ;for four years and hover
misses a passenger boat that arrlvei
during the day time.
"lucy, ten mo tno nooies tinnic our " i""" J't" ' w' biij. n'
vlng after money anJ getting It Is n,w,a"nn C0"K ""d scenes add to tho
wonderful trlclcaud ,mut tulia long ex
lierlenco for perfection," says Joe
Ulnuy, ha being educated' In the Hono
lulu public schools. "Well, It, Isn't, al-
tlioili!li I ilnn'L wnnt tn clve th'n nrofe.4.
tnn n Irnnolr' fCnltlmp An t unlit tn
encourage competition, but this money I
fcettliiB'.iinder water ,ls easy, dead easy, I
I tell you." Illney was perched UP on
tho top of a pile at the Hackfcld wharf
waiting for a steamer that was slow- 'spent yesterday and today In tho vl
ly coming In through the channel. Ho clnlty of tho Peninsula. Several par
had nothing on but a wlso look and ties went down this morning in "yachts
a piece of cloth about as' big as an and launches.
ordinary handkerchief. Ho was an-1 '
swerlng a Uulletln reporter's questions' a clear harbor we generally manage,
unu explaining me uinercnt tricKs or
Inlpg the different tricks of
Hut of course not for pub.
And above everything else
t to bo quoted.
lie was not
"How do we see tho money' under
me water f uo n, quit your Kiuuin
How do you suppose? Why, we open
our eyes. When the water Is clear geU
ting a hold ot the coin after It goes
under Is the easiest part of tbe feat
the hard part Is to get the money from
tho pockets of the passengers.
"Did you over see money under wnt
)r? Of course vou haven't, but It
doesn't sink rapidly as the peoplo think.
ni, iy (jura uuwii diuwi, iu u Buitr.uu, niy iviiiu wus, wun cigiu or ten
Ef a zlg-zag-cdurso, first one way- and others, bark)ng like a savage, a thing
hen another. First we watch td see that helps make the tourists part with
ho coin' leave the.hand of the donator, .their small change.
Then we wage- It land know 'whereat', Tho swlmmlng-dlylng-barklng almost
I n bIaA 1 14 A lm .Innifli nfmifli Im m MAMil.H1 VMh Y f . n.i ...a!. ...lit. 1 - L Au
wlll'hlt tho'water. Immediately we get
under' arid 'peel our lamps. And some
wlierenehr tho silver-will be sighted-, liim tobegln tn'wonder what kind ora
It some' competitor hasn't already got- country this Is Anyway. And they nil
Ills t-oln-hoolts on It. (remember the rth Ing boys with fond
"S6nietlmi'ws Rre1 cbmnelled'to goi recollections as ono ot tho first nnd
Thursday ' below the money and get between It most Interesting sights of Hawaii and an elaborate display ot Japaucso Aro
und tho surface. With good light and its natives. works.
i 5 ,
p. m. p nil
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.0 I 41 I to 10 (
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6 tS.i.Si r io. i 4 I 6 m
t,4 t l, t 14 o 11 6 t
I 1 10 i6( lot I Jl
New moon Dec. 25th at 0:32 p. m.
he tides at Kanulul and Iiilo occur
an hour earlier than at Hono
I Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
Vlower thau tlrefnwlch time, being
that ot the meridian ot 157.30. The
"Unio whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
jit tbe sume as Oreenwlsh. Oh Om.
' Saturday. December 30.
Am. .bktn. Fullcrton McKechnlc,
from Port Harford, 4:30 p. in.
i Btmr. J. A. cummins, Scnrle, rrom
W'almanalo, 7 p. m.
Am. sclir. ltobert Lowers, Under
,wood, from Port Gamble, 7:30 p. m.,
Sunday, December 31.
Rtmr. Ko Au Hon, Tullett, from
tfm.nl ....- 7.n n n.
Stmr. Nocau, Pederson, from Hawaii)
ports, 7 a. m.
Stmr. Kauai, IlruliD, from Ilnmnltua,
6:10 a. m.
8undny, December 31.
Am. bk. Coronado, Porter, for San
Francisco, 2:30 p. nv
i t t
Rtmr Ktnnit Prwmnn. tnr THIft unit
stmr Kauai, Pederson, for HamaUua
norts. S n. in.
ports, G p. tn.
Stmr., Ke Au Hon, Tullett, for wind
ward Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
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SAILED FOR HONOLULU.
Ai.Hi g g NevaiInn Greene, from
TJ. 8. Weather Dureau,
Temperature G a. m., 72; 8 a. in.,
75; 10 a. m., 77; noon, 77; morning
Daromcter, 8 a. m., 30.10; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., G.9S8 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
w per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 62.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 8, direction
N. G.; 8 a. m., velocity 17, direction li;
10 a. m velocity 7, direction N. K.;
noon, "velocity 13, direction S. 12.
Ilalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .05 of an Inch.
Total wind movement .during 24
hours ended at noon. 2C7 miles.
ALBX, McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather llu
reau. f m I
HAWAII INSPIRES PLAY
(Continued frorn Page 1,)
I'smoking love Is his own daughter and
"lat n,s w" 'a "vq and has remained
lever true toi him. And there you are.
Charm of tho dainty production and It,
Is hound to bo a great success.
It is a scene that could bo laid any-
wncro in the wide world, but, belng,lald
in iinwal,. is. rendered that much moro
Jo Cohen, tho Hawaiian Uelasco,
w' father tho production.
Soveral hundred peoplo from here
,to land nearly every cent thrown-to us.
,(o land nearly every cent thrown-to us.
Qfton when we arq not successful. In
catching thojeoin one' of )is will come
up showing a piece of silver In the
mouth. That Is ono of the secrets of
the profession wo do that so as not'dld Raisins Is 20c. per pound and we
In A I tin n tut f nt tYia niit1lanrA nrwl In a. I
courage the dldrlbutlori of more of
what wo are all after.
"But, Joe," Inquired t,he reporter,
"how In tho world do you " There
was a splash' In tho water and the top
of the pile was vacant of the little bale
plcco of humanity, Tho steamer was
within a hundred yards of the whnrr
hakedbrown boy Is'somethlng that
presses every traveler and rompollH
J. C. COHEN Manager
I ne tmineni roung Actor, i
J Supported -by the , v
National Stock Company
Presenting a Repertoire of High Class
TUESDAY and k
"Why Women Sin" )
FRIDAY and 8ATURDAY,
.King Of The Detectives
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c, 7Bt,.
The YokohamaSpecia Bank,.Ud
Capitol Subscribed Yenl 24.000.000
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000.000
Roservcd iFund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA, t
BRANCH AGENCIES Dombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Newchwang, New
York, Peking, San Francisco, Bhang
hnl, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills or exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters ot Credit and trans
acts a general banking business. u
HONOLULU BRANCH, 87 KINQ OT
NEW - TO-DAY
Mr. Hermann Focko retires as a
partner of our .firm by. mutual con
sent on tbe 31st Instant
F. A. SCHAEFEIt & CO.
Honolulu, December '30,1 1905. )
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A P.AfSIN FEATURE
tl 'J i il ! i IT
For a short time, only we will sell
Choice seedless SULTANA RAISINS
at tho Ridiculously low price of)
12 1-2 c per lb
This is hlohett Qrade fruit and war
ranted clean and sound.
The regular price of these splen-
lare o"r'n0 them tor ijC-per pound,
solely In order to Introduce them.
J. M.i LEVY & Go.
The'crew of the bark Coronado;-lea
Ing yastci;dy for tno, Coasfwltu, aiigar.
im-'l'ated td lenvl
I'hej' 'spent Chrls'tmoVi at sea
the year. Thej' 'spent Ghrls'tmab at sea
and had hoped to be on land for tho
"Now Vcar's'colcbatlon.' 1
Cldronco Macfarlane entortained the
i peoplo at tho renlnsulatlait.nlclit, with
Tuesday ' I1 .
For the poor weary deferred
dividend policy holder.
920 FORT STREET
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS
FOR THE GREAT
ANNUAL, DIVIDEND LIFE
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
DATHINO AND SHAMPOOING,
We have them, Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
In any position of trust and save
you the embarrassment of ask
ing a friend to be your surety.
We are agents for the Ridel.
ty and .Deposit Co,, the lafgett
and strongeit'of its kind In the
world. We make a specialty of
providing bonds 'for recently in
stalled otflcers'of lodges and so
cieties, at low rates.
Bishop & Co.
92 BETHEL 8TREEf.
TAKE YdURCL0THE8 TO THE
'And1 haVe tliErr. Cleaned, Pressed; Re.'
, "paired and. Dyed.
.;i iJj ,::,fort ::' street.
Job rrtntluG at Tho nulletln
847-857 Kaatiumami .Slrsil,
P. O. BOX 584.
teL main rt
Valuable Taio Lands
SATURDAYJANUARVi li, 1908,
AT 12N0'CtOCK n6on,
At my snlesrooni, S57 Kaaliumanu
19 Taro Patches
situated on School street axtenston,
near Asylum. ,''
For further particulars apply .
JA8: F. MORGAN,
I'm ready now to show you mules, i
I believe they are tho best I've sold i
yet. Have a good look; any time, sate
JAS. F. MORGAN, ' ,.")
Tho choicest lots both as regards a
location and price. Let mo show you. ,
FOR RENT '
Corner Pcnsacola nnd Klnau Sts.
Healthy locality, cool beautiful sbada
trees'.- IHousc's built from architect'))
approved plan of latest sanitation.
Close to cars. Cheap rent. h ,
AT 11A.M. DAILY'
. the flpelt trsln going east. ' - j. I
leavea 8an Francisco
Chicago In 3 Days
Call on agent at Irwin A Co. j
'office and secure Information 1 -
about rates. ' 1 ;
613 MARKET ST., 8AN FRANCISCO-, t
CALIFORNIA, U. 8. A. j
Electric Flash Lighls;
ALL 8IZE8. i
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone .Main 315. Union 8t nr. Hotel. , '
The PACIFIC HOTEL;
UNION STREET. '!
Serves the best 25-cent meal In the!
city. Jry It. Tickets for 21 meal,i
CLEARING and DYEING
Wt irenow rnikhn: specialty of tht
bovt work. -
' Unitary -.Steam, Laundry, h
J C, i Phone Miln T J ',,
If you"delre ybur food properly sea-!
soned see - '
Corner HOTEL and DETHEL 8T6 1
. -.ic ni.'MgiM