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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1906. i
The Little Ads with the Big Results
CO citizen laborers to work on the Ha-nalel-ilaena
road, Kauai, at 11.00
per day, house end fuel furnished
free. Apply to Oeo. Mundon, liana
lei, Kauai. 3218-lm
Assistant bookkeeper for plantation.
Apply Alexander & llaldwln. 32S8tf
HODSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Watty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses In all parts of tho City,
BISHOP & CO.,
! Merchant Street.
Turnlshcd room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Bcrctanla St. 3270-lw
Furnished front rooms reduced to JO
per month. Australia House, 1281
Fort St. ' 3245-lm
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwrJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
A Si Vineyard 8L 2728-tf
Punished rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. MeConnelL 2S63
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
s moss-proof and strictly
Solo Agent for Islands. Box 1S4.
IN VICTOR RECORDS
OERQ8TROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
QOLDEN 8H0WER, .
ROYAL PALM, and
PLANT8 FOR 8ALE A T
MR8. E. M. TAYLOR, FLORI8T.
TEL. MAIN 339.
(Blink books of all sorts, ledgers,
tc manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Flns Job. Printing at Tbi Bulletin
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black aand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Uaunakea Si; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 886.
DYEINQ AND CLEANINQ.
JJemura dy.li (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
sjjab.es employees, 620 King fit.
r. Kayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
ad dyed. 537 Beretanla 8L
for house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Oonera Employment Office,
jor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish,
lm. TakaU, 1284 Fort St.
Beef cattlo for salo at Ka-
VI huku Ranch. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 U
The finest assortment. (In the Islands)
of smokers' articles, Imported from
England; Including a large stock of
three 11 goods In fancy cases. Also
all the leading brands ol Clear lm
vana and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian and Turkish cigarettes at the
lowest prices. Ladles or others de
siring to mako Holiday glfu to smok
era, are Invited to call and Inspect
the stock bcroro buying elsewhere,
Myrtle Cigar Btore, Fort Street
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bed r., clec. wlro, ono block
from 2 car lines, lot 60x85: 12250.
Easy payment. P. E. It. Straucli,
Walty Bldg., No. 74 King St.
Flue corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two mm
utcs' walk from cars and Punahou
College Address It. F., this offlco,
tn quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
ono to two years old. Apply It, O.,
Box 40, Llhuo, Kauai. 32CC-lm
Gold-trimmed back combs, cheap. Sang
On Kcc, Jeweler, 130 King St, opp.
City Market. 3250-lin
Trunk, cost $40; will sell for $12. Ad
dress Trunk, P. O. Box 2S4,
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S. K.. Bulletin.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
I lots at Kapahulu tract, for rash or
hoi so. carriage and cow. Address
X.. Bulletin. 3269-lw
OEORQE E. 8ABIN,
ROOM 14, MAOOON BLDQ.
TEL. MAIN 391,
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR, V
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PUN) COMPANY,
158 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of h. E. Tbayor & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Bee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union drill.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enoa Bros., Union above Hotel St.
ror nice, smooth shave catl at the
Criterion Sbno. 1111 Fort 8t
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry ana merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 3o Hotel and Union.
,. TMkijfflhktw -d MiWhmmtk'miA'i
OF CENTRAL 1
Tno Women'B Board of Central Un
ion Church met yesterday afternoon.
Miss Olive M. Blunt, a W. C. T. U. en
thusiast, addressed tho meeting to Its
Intercjt and advantage. She spoko
highly of tho part played by Japaneso
women In tho lato war. The mission
aries were doing much to win Japan
eso women to Christianity. Miss Blunt
expects to take pictures here for ster-
roptlcon lectures abroad. She leaves
at tho end of this month for Japan,
Mrs. Edgar wood and Miss Frances
Laurence read papers on "Women Mis
sionaries" and "Tho Home Life of Wo
men in Japan." Miss Zlcgler read a
paper on "Tho Education of Japaneso
Tho paper contained tho following:
Tho largo number of schools In Japan
will probably be a surprise to many of
us. There are 27,010 primary, 15 blind,
deaf and dumb, S4 normal, 2 higher
normal, 243 middle, 70 higher girls, 8
high, 2 universities, 57 special, 401
technical and 1474 others; a total of
29,335. Of course only a small part of
thi'so are Christian schools.
A very Important thing to bo taught
Is tho Idea of tho dignity nf labor. Most
Orientals feel that any kind of man
ual labor is degrading, and a little
learning soon makes them feel abovo
such labor. In this point, tho mission
ary schools aro strong, and have done
an Inestimable service to tho whole
Miss Suntcr reported on Chinese
work. Among other things, she said:
In closing this .report we are Inclin
ed to count somo of the blessings
Lrought by 1S05. There has been far
moro to encourage than to discourage.
Our spltal and dispensary work has
gained fresh impetus under Dr. Bum
ham's capnblo management. The com
ing to us of Miss Thornton as director
of nurses adds a welcome reinforce
ment to tho hospital staff, 1905 also
gave in our Bible woman. Our new
rnitsflon homo Is in Itself sufficient
i auto for paeans of thanksgiving over
what (lud It accomplishing through It.
We nro Mill handicapped, however, for
lack of a iiomo's full equipment. The
scrvlrg dub meets regularly cvory
Baturday afternoon In the shade of tho
monkoyped, with an average attend
ance of twenty-five. Miss Woods Is
rny only helper, and I am wondering
'.ho will volunteer to fill her placo
when slin Raves.
Mrs. Smith and Miss Beebo who aro
connected with tho management of tho
CgIIcjo for Women at Kobe camo
ihtough on the Manchuria en route to
Jnran. They expect to be back this
way In two or threo months and hope
to lay ovor ono steamer so as to meet
the Honolulu ladles Interested In the
Mrs. Bishop Hamilton was expected
as a vlsttor at the meeting, but was
tinallo to attend.
Announcement wns made that the
W. C. T. U. .would meet In two weeks
nnd that Miss Blunt would address
that meeting. Miss Blunt also an
nounced that at 7:30 p. m. on Thurs
day of this week she will give a unique
entertainment at Engleslde. Tho en
tertainment will consist' of a talk il
lustrated 'by stcreoptlcou slides on
Now York, Dec. 13. Announcement
was made at the Municipal Ownership
League headquarters last night that
the organization would extend Its work
throughout tho Ctato -and country
throughout the Stato and country
League. Supremo Court Justice Stov
er, on application of Thomas Ollleran,
yesterday signed the articles of Incor
poration of the league.
The petition, among other things,
Btates that the oblectB for which tho
tcaguo is formed aro "voluntarily to
obtain and promote by educational
means and political action such legis
lation as will secure Independence
among electors, and administration of
government Independent of corporato
and corrupting Influences and the ap
plication of public prdperty to public
The eleven directors who sign the pe
tition for 'Incorporation aro William
Randolph Hearst, Samuel Seabury,
Ehoinas Ollleran, James O. Phelps
Stokes, O. Ilugustus Davlland, Max W,
(limsen, John l'almlerl.-MelvIn O. Pal
User, John Ford, Clarince J. Bhearln
nd Bird S. Coler.
Aloxander C, Botkln, who died rf
cently at tho national capital, was
chairman of tho commission charged
with the revision of the criminal laws
of tho United States.
Philadelphia North Amtrlon.
Mystic Lodgo No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, held Us installation ceremo
nies last ovcnlng tn Harmony hall. Af
ter the ceremonies the knights ban
queted with C. J, McCarthy as toast
master. Members of the Mystic as
well as Oahu Lodgo and friends wcro
Jas. O. Pratt, postmaster, replied tn
the toast "The President." This was
tlie literary Jewel of the evening.
C M, White spoko on "Our Sister
Lodges," and charmed with his gcntlo
humor. A. E. Murphy rocltcd 'Ocno
Field's "Casey's Table d'Hote." .Ed.
Towso's response to "The Supreme
Lodgo" was splendid
II. T. Moore on "Tho Past Chancel
lor," J. F. Kckhardt on "Old Mystic
Lodiv," nnd Bro. Oeo. Davis on "Tho
Spirit of Pythlanlsm," wcro 'most ex
cellent. Tho officers Installed were: C. C,
0. J. Whitehead; V. C, James II. Mc
Kcaguo; Prelate, C. II. Kacck; M. of
W Q. II. Berrey, P. C; M. of F
Thos. O'Brien, P. C; M. of E.. C. J.
McCarthy: M. at A., C. W. Zlcgler:
1. O., Paul Lempke; O. O., Illchard
Wcntworth. Grand officers: O. C,
Ed Towsc, D. S. C: M. at A.. C. W.
Zlcgler, P. C; V. C. J. M. McChos
l.ey, P. C; P., O. M. Whlto, P. C.j
K. of It. and S., A. E. Murphy; M. of
E.. John Walker, P. C; Ouard, Elw.
Woltcrs, P. C.
. 0. 0. F.
The following officers of Excelsior
Lodge, No. 1, 1. O, O. F., woro Installed
last ovenlng by C. T. Rodgera, D.D.O.S.
assisted by tho following grand off!
tOrand Marshal, C. S. Crane, P. G.;
Grand Warden, M. 1. Slmonlon, P. G.;
Grand Secrelury, E. C. Rowe, P. G.;
Orand Treasurer. Chas. Carter, P. G.;
If. O., B. F. Leo; V. G., It. A. nob
bins; Secretary, L. L. La Pierre, P.O.:
Treasurer, E. A. Jacobsen, P. O,; R,
S. N. G., M. T. Slmonton, P. O.; L. S.
N. G., C. S. Crane, P. O.; It. 8. V. a.,
E. Farmer; L. S. V. O., J. S. Balloy,
Ji.; Warden, A. H. Hodson; Conduct
Ol. K. C. Hopper; It. S. S., J. W. Han
kin; L. S. S., J. Dutot; I. 0., M. C.
Prlvctt; O. O., Z. C. Copeland; Chap
lain Alex. Mackintosh, P. a.; Trus
tees, M. T. Slmonton, P. 0.; E.' C.
Howe, P. O.; L. Petrlo, P, G.
In 1904 one out of ovory seven Lon
don children under tho age of twelve
He Read the Pamphlet to Keep Up
This letter was unsolicited:
Salt Lnko City, Utah,
March 31, 1905.
Jno. J. Fulton Co., San Francisco
Dear Sirs: It Is with tho greatest pleas
ure that I write to tell you that your
compound for Bright a DIscaso has
Bavcd my life. I had dropsy. Was
tapped twice, last tlmo Just as I start
ed on tho Comp, I read your ramph
let about 100 times. When discourag
ed I would read It again to give mo
liopo. It was Blow, but I am now on
my 3rd doz.( and consider myself well.
I am Just today back to business. Ev
ery one will toll you my recovery was
a miracle. Without this Comp, I'd
havo been dead. Yours,
ANDREW C, LATtSEN,
Of Sorensen & Larson, 145 West So.
P. S. My partner Sorensen wants
to add this lino; "I telephoned tho doc
tor dally. He said you had no chance
tho recover and for me to arrango
your business. When you showed Im
provement under tho Comp. I tele
phoned the Dr. He replied: 'It makes
no difference; it Is as impossible for
him to recover as to empty the ocean,
Rrlght's Disease and Diabetes aro
now curable In about 87 per cent, of
all cases by Fulton's Compounds.
Send for literature.
HONOLULU DRUG CO., Agents.
When to suspect Brlght's Disease
weakness or Iosb of weight; puffy an
klcB, bunds or eyelldB; dropsy. Kid
noy trouble after the third month-'
Urlno may show sediment; falling vis
Ion; drowsiness; one or moro of these.
Letters And, Posters To
FEBBUAHY FLOWERS READ
ABOUT IN COLD CUMTfcS
PROMOTION COMMITTEE TO At).
VERTI8E THE DI8PLAY J. A.
M. JOHNSON WILL NOT
Honolulu's mld-w Inter floral parade
Is to be extenshely advertised In tho
States. February 22 (Washington s
birthday) Is tho (lato of the display.
Secretary Wood of the Promotion Com
mittee stated yesterday at a meeting
of the organization that he was writing
every Chamber of Commerce and Com
mercial Club throughout the different
western States and In addition sending
them posters which will be displayed.
Tho poster represents a woman on
horseback dressed In a pa'u.
The Pacinc Mall and the Oceanic
Steamship Co., In San Francisco will bo
tent these posters and requests to dis
play them prominently. Mr. Wood Is
also writing to tne Trans-Mississippi
Commerce calling their attention to
tho fact that Hawaii Is arranging to
entertain visitors and lis Inhabitants
with a grand display of natural flowers
in the land of evergreen In the dead
of winter. Altogether Secretary Wood
will send out moro than 1000 letters
and posters with details about the floral
pnrado of 1906.
Women aro to be Included In tho
membership of the Improvement Club.
The suggestion was brought out by O.
L. Wight who, although in a letter ho
declined to act as a member of the club,
mado tho valuable suggestion that
tho women bo Included. He said most
of the work already dono In the way of
beautifying Honolulu was by the
women, Tho suggestion was favorably
received and the women of the city will
now bo requested to assist In the Im
provement movement started some time
ago by the Promotion Committee. For
Niiuanu street abovo Wylllo Mr. Wight
suggested tho names of Sirs. C. M.
Cooke, Mrs. F. J, Lowrcy and Mrs. P.
C. Jones. For tho city waterfront he
recommended T. J. King.
In addition to Secretary Wood thoro
Ifvero present J. A. M. Johnson, F. C.
Smith, and J. A. McCandless. It was
Mr, Johnson's last meeting with tho
committee and at Its conclusion ho bid
tho members good-by. Ho leaves on
the Korea Friday for Yokohama to re
main. Mr. Johnson has assured the
Committee of assisting them to con'
tlnue (heir work in many ways. Yes
terday he stated that ho was arranging
to handle fruits from Hawaii In addl
tlon to his other business.
Pictures of Honolulu, tho down town
business district, sugar mills and tho
different places of Interest about the
Islands, will be sent Mr. Johnson where
they will be hung In his office. Trav
elers who happen to drop Into his head
quarters ana noticing the photographs
will always bo given plenty of informa.
tlon about tho place they came from
by tho former resident of Hawaii.
Several replys from tho circular Im
provement Club letters sent out by Sec
retary Wood nnd were read yesterday.
Allan Herbert suggested that no Im
provement club Bhould bo composed
exclusively or either sex. John Elan
ger concluded his letter with "Yours for
tho elimination of fences, clean and at
tractive lawns, trimmed foliage, and
the home and village beautiful."
Promotion Committee literature Is
to bo distributed by tho Dearborn Drug
& Chemical Co., to their offices through'
out the United States. Without chargo
the matter will bo distributed by tho
concern. Tho proposition was inade to
tho committee by E. C. Brown, repr
sentattve hero of the drug company.
Honolulu in the near future may
novo an addition of public golf grounds.
Members of the committee aro In favor
of the Idea and it Is proposed to con
BUlt with the park commissioners to
see If tho grounds can not be located
In haplolanl park.
A public bathing beach was discussed
but on account of tho cosmopolitan
population of this city nothing was
uono about tho matter.
A letter from Secretary Wilson of tho
U. a. Agricultural Department was read
concerning tho diversified Industrie
here. This brought to tho attention of
Sccrotary Wood tho fact that table
grapes can bo grown here. Ho was
sure thero was a good chance for Che
Industry and some day Hawaii mar bn
sending grapes to tho Inhabitants of
Tho commlttco commented upon the
visits of Edwin D. Whitney, advertis
ing man for the Michigan Central,
Arcnaeacon Jcilrlcs and Bishop Ham
ilton, each of whom are great admirers
of Honolulu and will give the city much
free advertising during their travels,
"When he first saw her she was a
Bylpy in a hammock. The lightest
tephyr swayed her." "And now!"
"And now she still dotes on tho ham
mock. But she weights 2C0." "Yest"
And he has to swing her."
Visitor: 'Your daughter, dear mad
ame, la really charming. It I were 30
years younger I should' bo madly lu
love witn ner." coy widow; "Ob,
baron, 30 years ago I looked lust as
the does now!" '
Great efforts aro bclne mails In
Capo Colonyllo Introduce co-oporatlve
methods In agriculture. A letter has
recently been addressed by thq govorn'
ment co-operative expert to tho secre
taries of agricultural societies In the
Colony, suggesting the co-operative
purchase of seeds, munuro, Imple
ments and Improved machinery.
Electric Light Is the modern light for the home.
I practical and economical. No one who has once used It and who
' knows Its great convenience would ever think of being without It.
The cost of Electricity In th home Is surprisingly small, especial
ly when the advantaaea It bestows are taken Into consideration. It
' mikes for healthier, hannler homes
', side of things In every sense of the term.
If you are Interested communicate with us and we will gladly sup.
, ply you with all Information,
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
' (Uii-n fCtnrr Q n.r A Kb - .
Lovers Of Good Living
Will be delighted to see the array of delicacies on our Delicatessen
Counter. The 8. 8, Alameda brought us 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 hed for a
very long time.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd,
'Telephone Main 45
Choice Navel Oranges
$3.00 Per box to any part
of the City You will
want a box for the Holi
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS
fct IXTitt ttl tt ttttttSltl
WVHipMV,l,W tMV wH
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man
FOR 8ALB BVERYWIinnn
McPARLANE&Co Sole- Agents.
Y. SUOA SHOTEN
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealer,
B'.g Stock of .tapaness and America Liquor, ""inial Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO STRbrS.
08TOFFICE BOX 868 TELEPHONE MAIN W
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : J : T. H.
8an Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Dank, Ltd,
New York American Excbuge Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyunnals,
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Crodlts Issued. Dills of ,
change boifght and sold.
Collection sPromptly Accounted For.
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMDINQ AND TIN
WAIKIKI SIDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
"in Job Printing at The BuJIeU;
It Is artistic, ,
and tfie user looks on the brlaht M
- . t 'DLnn. TUTtn 3Qfl
In Every Bottle.
AND TRUST GO,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
8UB8CRIBED CAPITAL.. .$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL f 100,000.00
President !... Cecil Brown
Vice President M, p. Robinson
Cashier L. T, Peck
Office: Corner Fort and King 8U.
SAVINQ8 DEP08IT3 received and
Interest allowed for yearly doposlta at
the rate of 4 1-1 per cont per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M, Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don. Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.