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KVKNINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY. JANUAIIY 2, 1000.
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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 thli little matter the dog catcher will give your pet
a ride in hti wagon and there will toon be no more "dog
days'' (or that pup.
When you pay your tax It should mean a new Collar, for
any good dog Is worth one new collar a year. We have a
large stock of Collars and can fit your dog and your purse at
the same time. We alto have collar Locks, Chains, Dog DIs
cult, and a full line of Glovers Dog Remedies.
E.O. Hall &
N'o taction has ns jet boon made
for tho portion of assistant postmaster
to succeed louls KcnnKo, who reientl) nftir Government contracts In Manila,
resigned to go to the Los Angeles, Cal-tccoled n cablegram from William II
lfornla, postoincc jlioogs this morning, n member of the
Honolulu Postmaster l'ratt was seen irm w10 g .Manila, to tlio effect
by a llulictln man this afternoon ami lImt lolr m opcncd JC,tCrday foi
asked con.crnlng the appointment of ,le COI1rucllo of a ttater ork B)
hcnal.es successor. Item, was the lowest and tlio companj
Mr Pratt stated that he had orforeJ v ag assured of securing the work ol
tho position to IMTowsc but Mr. Tow se building one section of the plant at
had decided the honor. Ho did not least C. J. Lord Is also In Manila,
know whether or not Mr. Ton se would The firm's bid for tho section of
rocoMlder his action In tho matter. nrk which Mr Hoogs cabled was as
Mr. Towsc later stated that he would t"rcl, ' W00.O0O. In case tho work is
cot reconsider luot dltided. tho Lord, Delscr & Mat
Postmaster i'ratt sas that he has'" b'a. '' h" 'VrJuOKrom
., yet offered the position to no one g ..'fflJM.or"?
Is, nor has he made any Belcctlon. It lc,cs Ml conccrn stands a good
will probably be several da before chance of securing tho contract fol
the position ,1s filled. I tho plant as a whole.
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The January session of the Supreme
Court opened this morning with tho
following ery small calendar:
1. F. Lucwelko vs. Territory of Ha.
wall, original; Chas. Crclghton for
plaintiff; Attorney General, Castle .
Wlthlngton for defendant.
!. Kaplolaal list., Ltd, vs. L. A.
Thurston, exceptions from Circuit
Court First Circuit; Kinney, McClana
ban & Cooper for plaintiff; Castle &
Wltklngton for defendant appellant.
3. w vv. Anana ct ai. vs. w. wau'iicre tuo Aiasxan win go u ituuuim
Yet et al., appeal from Circuit Judge, 'and then to Hllo, from where sho will
First Circuit; Magoon ami Llghtfoot I l'"t Ht for New York.
ZSST' tt A,hr0rU uftJJ&22ET&
for defendant. remaining 4000 tons to fill her hold
To this the matter of tho estate of wI Ue ,aUen from Ul0 oli,cr Elands.
Keaho was added, I when the Alaskan leaves Hllo for New
Tho attornejs In the Lucwclko caso York she will be loaded within the
agreed to submit tho demurrer In "the neighborhood of 195,500 bags of sugar,
matter on briefs, to be filed before Sat-, i i
mhr Th. Knnlnlnnl nulnlo ...inn Judge Dfl Uolt llttS Issued UlO follow-
wan set for next Monday.
MORE GRAND JURORS
Judge Robinson this morning called
the Grand Jury for tho January term
in attendance, but owing to a large
number of talesmen being granted ex-
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duced to eleven, necessitating the Is-
suing of a special venlro of cloven,
4 ki. ... ti ,ii t r,
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t n i .., ni... a ivci,. t
man. J. 8. Low, Chas. 8. Weight. J.
J. B)rne, L. Potrlo, F, L. Wnldron, O.
It Olsen, F. B. make and V. M. Lewis
., V., ,. 7 ,i,T
cused un II Friday when Judge lob-
lnson will swear them In and dell, or
his charge, If n sufficient number of
members of tho new Nonlre nro at all ,
able to complete tho requisite number
P1l Jfc fttvAtff YltoMAt OlHAdAlll II Atm feV-
REPORT ON ACTS
Tho semi annual roport of tho Secro.
tary, which the Secretary has to sub-
mil direct to tho Prlesdont eery Jan
1 and July 1, is ready for tho last half
of last year, and will bo forwarded to
Washington tomorrow, it shows nil
tho Oovernor's official acta for" that po-
rlod, such as appointments, callers re-
eclved, pardons, paroles and commuta-
lloni granted, civil rights restored,
ctiuges In the Consular corps, otc.
HALEIWA NEW YEARS
Bovcrnor and Mrs. Carter and chll Bain It at nny cost No quality should
drcn returned to th city today from lecehe so careful consideration and
Halelwa hotel, Walalua, whero they cultivation among jouug men as tuoial
spent two days among the delights of courage, for, unless tho young men ex
tho charming retreat. They came to UlUIt this courage, this great republic
town by rail. Mrs. J. It. Qalt and Mlsa ' doomed to tho end of civilizations
Carter, who hao also been at Halelwa, Bone before.
returned to town In an automobile by '
way of Kuhuku and tho Pall. Sixty i The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
suests have registered At tho Halelwa DCX, published In the 8aturday Bulls
In the last three days. Tho weather Jin and the Weekly Edition, nlvei l
Vat been all tho most particular could
V. W. Dornslfe leaca on tho Ala
jntHU tomorrow for his home in Chicago.
J- J- Hcltcr, of tlio contracting firm
tf Lord, Uclscr it Mataon, who are
Mr Hoogs and Mr. Lora went to .mo
l.tlln ann-M llmA n trn trt fltrlim Ckt lllA K9,
ia. Hn,L, nn.l lAuaf milptn pnntrflrts
..MM, nrn In tin lot liv tho Goiern
went. DKIs for tho construction ol
Riwcrs will bo openeu January i..
Mr. llclter has no Idea when,tho
Mnrlr In Miuilla will bcitln. Two icars
.. !.! will 1a nllnufil In thn OoV
ernment In which to complete tho con
11,000 I Of SIM
The A.-H. 8. 8. Alaskan Is duo to ar
rive the latter part of this week with
freight. Uletcn thousand hags of sug
nr nrc stored at the railroad wharf to
be loaded Into her hold after alio dis
charges the Honolulu cargo, from
log special vemru iui jihuid kiuiuuuiv
t ... .i ft im 0 lmnmm eft At imnnlilA
tomorrow: John Scott, Geo. II. cow-
an, Simon Kalua, IlenJ. Summons, Win,
Z. II. Olepau, T. U Dortch, Chas. Joliu
son, Jos. Trask, liruco llartmann, II
W- AdamB' cbas- Uutzke' "' -unll)llw
A '" "nl.1, .... . ,
The suit of Lee Hun et al vs. Henry
Espluda. Akana Ksplnda C. Apana and
U. Yap .oppeal by defendants from a
l""1. J.afjff y. !? .f!1
re-,""""' ru " mu' ,."1 , ,,, ,,i.
The lorkentlne Kullerton left thli
afternoon for the mainland. She
brought a largo of oil and is tho first
, . , , , , uii
essol of tho car to leave Honolulu
for tho States.
A nlilmi.ln,) 1.111 it iirimttln Int tini
""n filed lu tho suit for Rn accounting
avulinn CarraK0 Manufactur-
ui S(.human carriage
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.n ' ,, fllcd a nM tor ,
., .,.. ,,. n ,,,.. nliclrtnc
cruclt) and lion support
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NVw York. Dec. 7. 'Oinft seomii to
be tho watchword In ctcry lino of life,"
cald John I) Hockefeller, Jr., at the
ninth annual illnnor of tho Youna
Men's Illblo Class at tho Hotel Veil-
, DituMfla" 1ia .inlNinn,, 'l!ml nt
' . . , ' ',...
g,,,, not for ttliat ll0 can do ror ji,,
(cllow man. but for what he can get
out of politics. Yes, I should say that
four out of eery flo, perhaps nine out
"f cery ten. go Into politics for what
Vliey can get out of It for themselves.
"In this life of today, so full of strug
gle and contest. In the effort to get
ahead, to gain wealth, power, Influence
or position, the watchword seems to
be, gain It honestly it you can, hut
concise and complete resume of ah Io-
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judo-
Iments, building permits and real es
75 tents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
(1 per year.
If you have never tried
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do so at once. It It superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whir
ever sold. i
For sale at all leading hotels and
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Mr. Hermann Focke retires as n
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F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Honolulu, December 30, 1905.
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE OR EXCHANQE.
( lots at Kapahulu tract, for cash nr
uoisc, carnage and cow. Address
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Unique Articles of All Kinds.
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IN TIIK'CIIICUIT COURT OF THU
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate; at Chambers. In tho Matter
of the Estate of William Kamana, do
ceased. Order of Notlco of Petition
lor Allowanco of Final Accounts and
Dischargo In This Kstato. On reading
and filing tho petition and accounts of
William O. Smith, Administrator of the
Kstate of William Kamana, wherein
he asks to be allowed $2,300 03 and ho
charges himself with $5,051.27, anil
asks that the same may be examined
and approved, and that a final order
may bo mado of distribution of tin)
property remaining In his hands to tho
persons thereto entitled and dlscbarg
Ing him and his sureties from all fur
ther responsibility as such, It Is order
ed that Monday, tho Stb day of Febru
ary, A. D 1900, at 9:30 o'clock a. ro.,
heforo tho judge of said court nt tho
court room of tho said court at Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, bo and tho same
hereby Is appointed as tho time and
placo for hearing said petition and ac
counts, and that all persons Interested,
may then and thcro appear and show
cause, If any they have, why the samo
should not bo granted, and may pro
sent cvldcnco as to who aro entitled to
tho said property. And that notlco of
this order, in tho English language, bo
published In the Evening Bulletin
newspaper printed and published In
Honolulu, for thrco successive weeks,
tho last publication to bo not less
than two weeks previous to tho tlrao
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dutcd at Honolulu, tola 2nd day of
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judge of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit.
32C9 Jan. 2, 9, 16, 23.
While movlne alongside the Klnau
wharf this morning the steamer Llko-j
1)1(0 bumncd Into the stern of tho stpam-
er Kauai and did damage that will re-
nulre the rcnlaclne of Beernl nieces
of timber around the letter's rim. Tho
I ikcllko was coming Into the slip to
tuko on cargo for her regular run to
Maui and Molokal ports. The Kauai
was tied up Just ahead of where sho
was to stop,,
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First quarter of tho moon Jan, 2.
The tlues at Kunumi aud Hllo occur
about an hour earlier tttao at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is 10b. 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
I hit of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m whkh
It tle same as Qreenwlsh. Ch 0m.
Monday, January 1.
Kaul.coull, from Hamakua,
Tuesday. January 2
Am bkt. Fullerton, McKechnle, for
tho Coast, 1 p. m.
Htmr. Kluau, Freeman, tor Hllo and
way ports, is m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, for
V.'almanalo, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Llkellkc, Naonala. for Maul
county iHjrts, 5 p. m.
8tmr. w. a. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kaunl ports, 5 p. ru.
Stmr. Kauai. I'cdcrson, for Hamakua
ports, 5 p. m.
atmr. Ko Au Hou, Tullett. for wind
ward Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Orcgory, from Kauai
ports, a. m., early.
O. S. S. Alameda, DoWdcIl, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Noeau, I'cdcrson, for Hamakua
'ports, 5 p. in
tj, 8. A. T. Dlx, Newell, for Seattle,
Schr. Concord, Ulunahclc, for Hllo,
4 P. m.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Hllo and v;aj
ports, Jan. 2. O. C. Aklna, J. C. PI
ranco, V. Hurd, N. Eagan, 0. O. Grip
pe), C. Anderson, William Henry, Mist
Ucthell, Miss Nora Holdcn, Father Sor
tatlus, Father Ulrlch, Rev. S. FuJII, J
Mltakamaf Owen llaildcley, W. C. II
Cane, Jan.' Kanahl, F. II. Foster, Vm
Thompson, Mr. J. II. Moragno and two
children and nurse, S. Hocking, C. II
D. Fowler, O. O. Denny, Mrs. Denny
Kamaka Lewis, Mrs. J. II. Lewis, Mull
mal Lewis, II. Gorman, A. Rlskley, M
E. Pack, II. P. Baldwin, J. F. O'Connor
J. A. Stagulre, Georgo W. Walker, Q
Jan. 2, 1906.
Temperatures 6 a, m , 06; 8 a, m
72; 10 a. m, 76; noon, 78; morning
Baromoter, 8 a. m., 30.08; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 6.551 grains per cu
bic foot; rclativo humidity, 8 a. m , 77
per cent.; dow point, 8 a. m., 65.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 2, direction
E; 8 a. m., velocity 2, direction N; 10
a, m., velocity 6, direction SE; noon,
velocity 8, direction SW.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 a. m , Trace.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended al noon, 134 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
Tlio weakness of woman and tin
perfidy of man, says Lilian Hey ward
of the National Stock Company, in her
lines in the greot play now on at tlio
Orpheum, is why women sin. 'me vil
lain says this Is all bosb, but tho play
goer can judgo for himself or herself.
"Why Women Sin" la the title of the
play and It Is a very strong production;)
one that holds ail tne interest ot wnicn
one Is capable: and. It Is exceedingly
well presented by Richard Uubler and
his fellow artists.
Yesterday afternoon the Orpheum
was ciowded to the doors with big and
little folks, mostly feminine, as Is gen
crally the matinee rule, and to say that
the house was delighted Is merely to
iiso words which have been sadly ocr
worked, and then sot half express tho
In the cventirg the play was repeated
to another packed houso nnd was again
enthusiastically appreciated. Tonight
'and tomorrow night tho public will
again havo the opportunity of observ
lug "Why Womon Sin."
It's the bout
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For a short time only we will sell
Choice seedless SULTANA RAISINS
at the ridiculously low price of
12 1-2 c. per lb
This Is highest grade fruit and war
ranted clean and sound.
The regular price of these splen
did Raisins Is 20c. per pound and we
are offering them for 12'jC. per pound,
solely In order to Introduce them.
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8ATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1906,
' AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
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For further particulars apply
JA3. F. MORGAN,
I'm ready now to show jou mules.
I believe they are the best I've sold
yet. Hae a good look; any time, sate
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Corner Pcnsacola and Klnau Sts.
Healthy locality, cool beautiful shado
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Close to cars. Cheap rent. h
AT II A-M, DAILY
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