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EVENINO BULLETIN. RONOLULtf. T. If., WEDNESDAY. JAN. 3, 1906
The law require! that yeu pay a tax on your dog and that
the registry number bs 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
days' for 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 also have collar Locks, Chains, Dog Bis
cuit, and a full line of Glovers Dog Remedies,
E.O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
"W SPAVIN CURE
WERE THE8E TWO CASE8 WORTH THE COST OF TREATMENT
The evidence of the power and possibility of "Savethe-Horse" Is mass
ive, conclusive and convincing, the accumulations of years, not by one or
two worn Ok.1 testimonials, but the Irrevocable truths recorded by business
men, bankers, manufacturers, breeders, trainers and horse owners the world
over. Wrlto for copies of these letteri to realize why our guarantee Is con.
ttructed as a contract to nroteet van. N
Carriages for Weddings a Specialty.
Qeorge W. Oi(,oid, Proprietor.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND 8ALE STA0LE8.
120-122 South Fourth Street. "
a Qulncy, ill., May 12, 1905.
Twelve months ago I owned a boras practically worthless, duo to a very
'bad bond gpatln. I tried various remedies without success, finally purchas
ing from the Miller and Arthur Drug Co, of this city, a bottle of Save-thc-Ilorsc.
After using half the contents of bottle the horse has never taken
lame step. I would gladly haio sold him for twenty-Hie dollars before us
Ing Save-the Horse. I have sold lilra since Tor ninety dollars, and would not
bo without Sarethe-IIorse.
Very respectfully, QEOnOK W. OSGOOD.
POSITIVELY AND PERMANENT
LY CURES Done and Hog Spavin, Itlng
bono (except Low Ringbone), Curb,
Thorougbpln, Splint, Capped Hock,
Shoo noil, Wlndpuff, Weak and Sprain,
cd Tendons and all Lameness.
CC Qfpcr bottle. Written guarantee
iJ UU as binding to protect you as
tbo bast legal talent could
maKo it. bona ror a copy and booklet. I hair or scalding of tbo limb. "Save
At Druggists and Dealers or Express I thc-Horso" can bo applied In all condl
paid. , tlons and extremes of weather.
Trade supplied by the Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Blnghamton,
are built In the mind but a mind Is needed to build a building and the
mind must be that of an architect who understands his profession.
I understand the building of beautiful, modern, artistic building's and
can verify this statement by showing you the plans of buildings for
merly erected by me.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Trlrnl.nnn Whit fiKI
"f t -f -f tfftt-r 4-t tttTtttt
Neatness vs Shabbiness
The neat man always makes a good Impression the shabby one the oppo.
site. Send your clothes to us and have them pressed,
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager. Offlee, KAPIOLANI BUILDING-
FIGHTINQ FOR SUGAR.
(Continued from Page 5.)
' replied that ho obtained them from the
provlnclul treasurer In whose offlca
itcgaldo had been employed. He fur
v tber testified that millions of dollars
-tould be loaned In the Philippines
with excellent security to be paid In
sugar at Hollo at tlio rnto of one cent
1 cr pound. Ono planter bad cleared
200,000 pesos on 40,000 plculs or su
gar, "and when a man can do that,"
commented Mr. Hathaway, "ho can
not bo so my badly off."
In reply to questions Mr. Hathawny
ttatcd that this year a total of $1,050,
COO had been paid by tho soen factor
ies In Michigan to farmers for beets.
An average of 210 pounds of sugar was
bbtalned from a ton of beets, so that
Hie raw sugar cost, lu the beet, $2.31
per hundred pounds. It was sold at an
average of (4.12 per hundred pounds
refined, so that tho farmers got 56 per
cent, and the refiners 44 per cont. to
cover their expenses and Intarest on
their Investment, profit, etc. Tho su
gar cost tho refiner about $3.85 to $3.90
'j.er hundred pounds, leaving the mar
gin between that and $4,12 per hun
dred pounds for Interest on Investment
and profit. In reply to Representative
Dalzcll, Mr. Hathaway stated that as
far as known tho American Sugar lie
nlng Company had no Interest what
over In tbo beet sugar factories In
Michigan. A man In Detroit had cou
Blderablo stock, but thoy did not know
for whom he acted. In any event, the
Kugar Trust did nut baio a controlling
Interest. As an ovldcnco of the posst
Lilltlcs of sugar culturo In tho Philip
pines, the witness stated that there
was ono tract of land ready for the
plow, which contained ninety square
ailea of virgin soil, where a plow
could bo run four miles In a straight
The hearings will bo continued for
Maude 'Tesslo says that her face U
her fortune," Mabel "It must be
awful to be so dreadfully poor."
Telephone Main 427.
Is Indicated for any enlargement caus
cd by an Injury which leaves a thick
ened condition of the tissues or skin
Horso can be worked with cither
shin or anklo boots, as no harm can
possibly come by cither destruction of
N. Y., .. .. formerly Troy, N. Y.
Out of tho original panel of Judge
Robinson's tr'al jurors only the fol
lowing appeared this morning: Wm.
II. Cummlngs, David Fuller, W. C. Oil
man, Uala Napoleon, Wm. Hose, A. M.
Simpson, H. It. Tuck, Harry Lyman,
i:. P. Chapln and S. Lesser. Of these
Iho threo latter wero excused for a
The follow Ing Bpcclal vonlro wns nc
rordlngly Issued, returnablo tomorrow
morning: J. E. Kahoa, J. F. Ehlors,
A. II. Dsk, J. Q. Abreu. J. M. Tuckor,
J. II. Jtyrkham, Louis Marks, I). V.
Shelhamer, J. McDonald, John Malm
ka, i:, (I, Semour, Jos. Cullen, Jack
Mane field, J. W. Smithies and Jack
"For Sale" card at Bulletin ofltef
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that at 12
o'clock noon. Saturday, February 3rd.
Itl06, thero will be sold at Public Aucj
ttoa under the provisions of Part 4,
Section 17, Land Act 1895, at the front
entrance to'tho Judiciary Uulldlng, Ho
tiolulu, that cortaln portion of Public
Land situated In Hamakuapoko, Isl
and of Maul and known as,
These premises contain about 70,5
acres of land, mostly pastoral, togeth
er with certain realdenco and out
buildings, adjoining road to summit of
HuWakala. and at an elovutlon of about
1000 feet abovd sea. '
Urset price $2800,00. Terms Cash,
V. 8. Gold Coin.
For plan and further particulars, ap
ply at Department of Public Lands, Ju
diciary Uulldlng, Honolulu.
JAS. W, PIIATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, January 3rd, 1906.
3271 Jan, 3, 6, 13, 20, 27; Feb. 2.
If you have never tried
do so at once. It Is superior tc any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sate at all leading hotels and
1C1 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
For Wnnt Cnlumn See I'urc Six
flood pasture for 12 cows Address,
Mating price, to II.. I'. 0. Hox 1J9.
On Itnpld Transit enr between Wal-'
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fcx. Kinder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
No. C7. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND IlEOISTItA
TION. TERRITORY OF HAWAII TO Judge
J. T. I)E HOLT; The TRUSTEES
OF GEAR.- LANSING & COM
l'ANY as follows: W. O. SMITH,
A. V. OEAR, T. I LANSING. W.
II. I1AIRD and D. W. ANDERSON:
TERRITORY OF HAWAII by E.
u. i'istisiih as Attorney General,
and to all whom It mav concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre-
senieu to said Court by ANTONIO
PERRY to register and confirm his ti
tle In tho following described land:
Iitglnnlng at a point (Redwood
Post) on the South Side of Gov't Road
(to Walalac) from which point the
Gov't Survey Station Mauuraac bears
200 32' 1280 feet, and running as
follows by true azimuths:
(1) 28 33' 300 foot along 12th Avu
(2) 298 33' 237 5-10 feet along Lol
5, owned by J. T. Do Holt:
(3) 194 21' 309 4-10 feet along Koka
(4) 118 33" 161 6-10 feet nloug Wal-
alao Road to the Initial point,
und containing on area of 59,865
Squaro Feet; being Lots 1, 2,' 3 and t
of Dlock No, 1, Kalmukl Tract, Honn
lulu. Oalui, and a portion 6f L. C. A.
10613 to A. Pakt, Walalae Ikl.
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to bo
held at Honolulu. Island of Oabu, on
tbo 2nd day of February, A. D., 190C
tt ono o'clock and thirty minutes lu
the afternoon, to show cause, if any
you have, why tho prayer of said peti
tion should not bo granted. And un
less you nppcar at said Court at the
tlmo and placo aforesaid your default
will be recorded, and the said petition
will bo taken as confessed, and )ou
will bo forever barred from contesting
raid petition or any decree entered
Witness, PHILIP U WEAVER. Es
quire, Judgo of said Court, this 3rd da;
of January, In the year nineteen nun
dred and six.
Attest with Seal of said Court.
(Seal) W. U HOWARD,
3271 Jan. 3, 10. 17. 24.
The O. S. S Alameda sailed a few
minutes after 10 o'clock this momluf
for San IVancIsco with a number of
Honolulu passengers nboard. There
was also quite a nummber of Japanese
In tho steerage, Sho Is due at the Cold
n Oato next Tuesday about noon.
The Alameda has a full largo of
freight. Among other things sbo has
1100 bags of Hawaiian coffee, 2000
bags of rice, and G07 bunches of ba
nanas. Fifteen packages of terns for
display In 'the I'alaco Hotel, San Fran
cisco, were shipped.
Hoffsthlacger Co., Ltd., are shipping
to tho States for experiment six bagi
of Hawaiian grown cotton. Tbo cot
ton was raised In Nuuanu valley. Three
cases of leaf tobacco from this Island
are also being sent to San Francisco
tor the same purpose. Tbo Pacific
Transfer Co. Is the sender.
One hundred and fifty boxes of ap
ples condemned by Fruit Inspector
Craw are being returned to the ship
per. Fifteen uinerent Kinds of scales
were discovered among the assortment
Honey to the amount ot 400 cases wa
sent out. Also 400 cascB ot fresh plno
apples and 248 boxes ot the canned
Considerable fresh vegetables wai
taken for tho Coast people. Including
27 boxes of tomatoes, 1G boxes ot egg
plant, Chill peppers and other edibles.
mere were 77U bundles or Hides. 15 liar
rcls of tallow, 300 empty wine tasks,
42 Iron drums, 77 packages ot JunV
and a large assortment ot sundries.
A discontinuance has been filed In
1 ho dUorco suit of W. J. England vs.
yinnlo u. England.
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telt.Sl t ill 1 of 9 ll , 6 40
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1 04 44 9 ) ' 6
First quarter of tho moon Jan. 2.
The tlo.es at jianuiui and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hooo
lulu, Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower thiu Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Too
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., whkh
Is tbo same as Greenwlsh. Oh Om.
Wednesday. January 3.
ltmr Mlkahnla, Gregory, from Kauai
ports, 5: SO a. in.
U. S. gunboat Concord, ltousli, from
Uroraerton, 8 4. m.
Tuesday, Jan 2,
Stmr. 1. Ikelike, Naopala, for Maul
County ports, C:15 p. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, 8. Thompson, for
Kauat ports, 3: SO p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for llama
kua ports, 7:15 p. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Tullett, for wind
ward Kauai ports, 7:15 p. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for Ka
uai ports, 5:15 p. m.
Schr. Lady, for Koolau ports, 3 p. m
Wednesday, January 3.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, for San
Francisco, 10:10 a. m.
U. S. A. T. Dlx, Angers, for Seattle
10:30 a. m.
Schr. Concord, Ulanahaclc, for Ka
hulul, Honolpo and Hllo, 4 p. m.
' 0 01 a
A.-1I. S. S. Ncvadan, Greene, from
San Francisco, p. m.
Stmr, Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
ports, a. m., early.
' 1 1
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, C p. m.
U, S. Weather Bureau,
Temperature 6 a. m.. 70: 8 a. m..
74; 10 a. m., 70; noon,, 76; morning
Barometer, 8 a, m, 30.09; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 6.802 grains per
cubic foot; rclathe humidity, 8 a. m
CI per cent; dew point, 8 a. nu 62.
wind. 0 a. m . velocity 7. direction
N. E.; 8 a. m., eloclty C, direction S
u.: iv a. m, leioclty zi, direction N.
E.; noon, velocity 9, direction N. E.
Jiaiurall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
to., .10 Inch,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 184 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY.
Section Director, U. S. Weather nu
A. Ferry Is the only one of tbo de
fendants In the suit ot the United
States against the Metropolitan Mcai
Co. and other alleged members of tbn
beet trust, who has jet flled an an
swer. This Is n joluniluous document
of many typewritten pages. In which
Ferry answer 'some Immaterial allo
cations In the afllrmutUc, but leaves
the plaintiff to his proof as regards the
others, saying that ho denies these al
legatlous as far as ho Is himself ion
lerued, but as to tbo rest ot tho do
fendants bo cannot tell.
J'nrrv ansnors nil tbo formal alleca
tlons of tho complaint In the affirm
fttlve. However, when It comes to tho
charges ot the defendants having un
agreement whereby thoy operate, as
trust, fixing tho prices of beef, forcing
outsiders out of competition nud ex
nusiveiy controlling tho trade, be ilr
nlcs that ho Is a party thereto, but "an
to tbo acts, omissions combinations
and conspiracies charged agalust the w
spondents, other than the said A.
1'., this respondent has no knowl
edge and therefore neither admits not
denies the 'truth ot the averments Ip
this respect and leaves tho complaint
to Its proof thereof." ,
Perry turthor shows that whilo hn Is
a stockholders In the Metropolitan Meat
Co.. owning ten shares, ho has nmn
attended its meetings, and on ono or
two occasions, when ho gave his proxy
to another, bis stock has not been ot
ed, and when he gave his proxy ho doef
not know how his stock was oted as
110 gave no Instructions or at any Urn?
tried to direct tho policy of tbo com
He askB that tho bill against him b
January Pachcco, a boy, arrested for
stealing a purse and $16 from Ii L.
Like, nnd charged with larceny In tho
second degree, had his caso continued
until tomorrow In tho police Court, z
B1EF TRUST CASE
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ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL ST.
Judge Lindsay this morning, while
calling tbo Jury waived calendar,
greatly paralyzed many members ot
the bar by ruthlessly dismissing a
number ot cases In which no ODnear-
ance was mado by the attorneys. Tho
Judge by his determined action man
aged to considerably reduco tbo cal
endar, which has been congested by a
, lot of dead wood, which ho chopped
out. In many appeal cases, for In'
stance, the appeals wero taken by the
defendants meroly for tbo purposo of
postponing tbo paying ot judgments
against them, and In such cases a trial
was staved oft ns long as possible.
Tho cases dismissed wero as fol
lows: Henry May & Co. vs. Wing Wo
Kwal, assumpsit; A. O. Corrca vs. M.
T, Verdlnho, assumpsit; J, O, Carter
ct nl vs. Kamulo Sugar Co., Ltd., cov
enant; J. T. Do Bolt, First Judgo etc.
1 vs. Yeo Chin ct nl., assumpsit; It. Ml-
tata vs, Joo Davis, assumpsit.
I Appeals wero dismissed In tho fol
lowing cases; Decker & llurnette 3.
IKobort Parker Lewis, assumpsit; Tarn
Tong vs. Wong Loy and Won Mai,
nssumpslt; S. Tsuchttanl vs. Morlhl
ro, assumpsit; Hong CJuon vs, Yama
tika, assumpsit; F. J. Testa vs. Mary
I Ann Leo,' administratrix, replevin; J.
ft. Mugoon vs. T. F. Sturtovant , as
sumpsit; Amoo (w.) and Kalupatna
(w.) vs. Albert Trask, assumpsit; Pa-
I'tlflc Import Co, vs. Frank Enos and
Wells, Fargo & Co., replevin; Jas. L.
Holt, Assessor, vs. Manuel S. Perry,
assumpsit; and J. J. Byrne vs. Chuck
Motions for nonsuits wero granted
n tho following cases: Tong See vs,
A. M. Brown, High Sheriff, replevin;
Iop Ylck Co. vs. Kauka, assumpsit;
and H. O. Ferrclra vs. Henry Esplndaa
Jas. Illcknoll, Auditor County ot Oa-
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8ATUDRAY, JANUARY 6, 1906,
12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Front cntranco Judiciary Building,
Rice Lands Kaha'uu
Sltunto close to tho Hyman nice
Lands are now planted In rice and
being In the center of rlco district
should bo a good investment.
Further particulars at my office.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, '847 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell as abovo tho proper
ty of J. F. Humburg, Esq.:
1 Studebaker Phaeton In lrst class
1 Studebaker Buggy In lrst class
Also on account ot whom It may con
cern: 1 8urrcy,
1 Black Mare, :
Other horses It offered.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Corner Pcnsacola and Klnau Sts.
Healthy locality, cool beautiful sb'ada
troes. Houses built from architect's
approved plan of latest sanitation.
Close to cars. Cheap rent. b
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the finest train going eaet.
leaves San Francisco "
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Call on agent at Irwin A Co.
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about rates. 1
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