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hVGNINO BULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1906.
TUB LltUeAds with
k PtiED , N3V TO -
10 dUien Jtor to work on tho Ha
nalel llr.cni road, Kauai, at $1.00
per Cut, licmse and fuel furnished
free. Apply tu Geo. Mundon, liana
lei, Kna. 32481m
Cooxl -pastum tor W cow8 Address,
atatlnn prievto It.. P O, Box 119.
HOUSE ft Vineyard St.
HODSn-OD Beach at Walklkl.
0T71CS5-ln Watty Building.
TFAnXHDUSKS On Queen Street.
imprcreu nd Unimproved Proper
' Homes la all parts of the City.
i BISHOP & CO.,
1 Merchant Street.
Turntihed room, good locality, suitable
for hourektcplng or 2 gentlemen. At
7S2 Ilerctanla St. 3270-lw
Crttajrrs la Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
"Want XwJ, Smith St., mauka Hotel
Cfetafctt, tcnleit furnished rooms In
ctty. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
.nrjy fnralshed mosquito proof rooms.
A 54 Vineyard St. 2728tf
JTra-uihed items ot 1223 Kmma street
Mrs. WcCnnnell. 2563
On lisptd Transit car between Wal
UVI Tura and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fee Finder return to this
office far reward. 3271-tf
Our $65 White
' sre narvels of beauty and du-
rabllity. They stand 5 feet 8
hicr.ee, the four sides are fit
! ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
! iy The Scientific American"
as mass-proof and strictly
Sole Agtnl for Islands. Box 1S4.
m VICTOR RECORDS
BERC8TR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODO FELLOWS' BLDG.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Artfcres of All Kinds.
Ml NUUANU 8TREET.
Tel. Main SSS. P. O. Box 945
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
JJirt llaci sand from $2 to $3 a load
oreCTfltax to distance hauled. Coral
Tocis lw stable, roads and side
walks; Srewood. Third door below
miBX. JUiiaakea Si; P. O. box 820.
Teltjilioiie Main 396.
?,'. ' ' I
BYE1NQ AND CLEANING.
Vsasnra ityl (any color) and cleans
a&tkn; repairs bicycles and fur-
tspMyees. 620 King St.
Din E A3 VlfUCu 1 till 1
m tustoa uDpvyyees. B20 King st painting Q ' &&5&tZ'xr ' 1 ' ,. fMtm W r Q
M PAINTING. a 7tttgM 'L1.V' JfMlMW'''$
Mp. r. HsrjrashJ Clothes ele'aned, repalrsd . '. 7 7Z , , J . i fi?-'vAJ ' Wf ? ySWMl Wti CT
R Mrrd. M7 Beretanla BL E.tlmae. furnished on all kinds of 'JJilmmmLJ
M'- '" - Palnt'nB- All work guaranteed. T Wr ' II ' 'ft Pnn w llfflV(
E" " EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St. Tv &'" )' J I J KM&RUX
W' Vat htoahtip, phone White 2891, Ma- Zr j v-Jtr J J , 2i'&Z jd?
W , WW. Cratia) Bmployment Office, BARBER 8HOP. feu" -SyggP-y
K ' no. Trvttftcla nnd Beretanla. 7" ; r 7, . .. 2K zZZ-j ir-aJjg-.j-T -O
St , tcn.tf or n,ee smooth shave call at the ni . ' rsr
Bg .. u Criterion flhoo. 1111 Fort SL Qjrhfif
4sR -I " REPAIRING. ' ...., , .. v'
feu"! : MONEY TO LEND. Mr. Nswlywedi "By th. way, di...... did l'vr ttll you about that beautl.
BKntrtlbi mulred and brass polish- ful heiress who ones wanted m. for hu.h.ndf
MR 5 Takra. 1M4 Fort SL , .On Jewelry and merchandise. Th. J. Mril N.wlvw.di "No. d..n vOU h.. n.u., t.M m. . n. u...t... . i .
faBR''', ,' 8M5-W Carlo Pawn .o. Hotel and Union. of ' ' j heartfelt sympathy. Garden Island, j
Ihe B'g Results
DAY, for Now Adit.
Ilccf cattle for sale at Ka
huku Ranch. Kau, Ha
wall. 3212 tl
The finest assortment, (In the Islands)
of smokers' articles, imported from
England; Including a large stock of
thrco 11 goods In fancy cascs Also
all tho leading brands of Clear Ira-
nna and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian nnd Turkish cigarettes at the
lowctt prices. Ladles or others do
slrlng to mako Holiday gifts to smok
ers, nre Invited to call and Inspect
the stork heforo buying elsewhere.
Myrtle Cigar Store, Fort Street.
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Mntloch
Ave., 4 bed r., fcloc. wire, one block
from 2 car lines, lot 60x85; $2250
Easy payment. P. E. It. Strauch,
Wnlty llldg., No. 74 King St.
Klne corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and alt Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. K, this office.
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
wo to two years old. Apply R. C,
Box 40, Llhuo, Kauai. 32CC-lm
Gold-trlmmcd back combs, cheap. Sang
On Kce, Jowolor, 130 King St., opp,
City Market. 3250-lro
Trunk, cost $40; wilt sell for $12. Ad
dress Trunk, P, O. Box 254.
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl,
Address R. S. K.. Bulletin.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
4 lots at Kapahulu tract, for cash nr
hotso. carrlago and cow. Address
X.. Bulletin. 32GD-1W
GEORGE E. SABIN,
ROOM 14, MAGOON BLDG.
TEL. MAIN 391.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 3.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L, DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
STEuWAY and others
THAYER PUN1 COMPANY,
155 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
lias moved to tho piano wurcrooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Sea Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Muslo Boxes, Sharpening of
FIno Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
1111 Of PESfS'FUTORE HKttlllr
WEEPING LANTANA IS DESTROY.
ED QY FIRE SCALE INSECTS
ON IMPORTED FRUIT,
Entomologist Craw of the Board of
Agriculture reports as follows on the
vurk of preventing Injurious Insects
tium entering Hawaii:
Slncn my special report to J on dated
December 4th, relating to the Import
(.Ion and destruction by lire, of the sialo
end fungi Infested oranges from Ja
pan, t liavo the folowlng additional
teport to make to your honorable Board
leganllng Imports ana me disposition
of the same.
Up to and Including December Zotu,
o had twenty-four steamship and
sailing essels from outside this Tor
rllory, fourteen of which vessels hail
ti3l packages or fruits and vegeiauicr
on board. During the snmo date clgh
mi packnges of plants arrived by
mall. Amongit the latter arrivals were
a package of chives from Philadelphia
Infested with larvae anil pupae or tne
"onion lly" (I'horbla ceparum). Thl
pest had been unusually abundant In
tho eastern States tho past season, like
the "melon lly" maggot this Is a eryl
dinicult pest to combat, being out ol
reach of the usual Insecticides. Upon '
dlsiocry of this lot I called the atten
lion of Postmaster Pratt to Us conrtl
lion, Ho Immediately notified the own
er by telephone, who had no objection
to our condemning tho package. As wr
were desirous of securing specimens for
the cabinet I turned It over to Mr. Ko
linsky, who bred out the perfect Insect
In a glass breeding Jar In our Insect
proof breeding room.
Anoiner interesting package uy man
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contained thirty-two living pupae of;cr);age from Italy tlmt contry, soya
Platysamla cccropla and P. cynthla. I the commissioner, may bo regarded ns
colled upon the owner and he wrolM1, v probably reached the high
out a request o Mr. Pra t to turn the wat mark Krom thg .howng Com.
package over to me. which was dona! . a . ,i, r.ii,..
nnil thAV u-rn nut u-hprn nn hnrn
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?.'''"rn STan. ' ""l'
11. PS ,Ln ..Tn. T lr ..I.. !lPen wllti-nuaslo and Austria
oges by mall contained three varieties illnKary
ui BUKUi-iuuo luiiMifct. iium v(iaui-
land that wero bcrlously Infested with
o skin fungus that first appears on the
stems In small pustule-like protrubcr-, 'V",,, ',7' ,Lv ,',. ", , in,
nnces afterwards rupturing the skin f i"""1 n ' "l"'" J'
from which Issue tho black fung,w'tom8 years to corao-nt least of Euro
threads. Besides tho above fungin I Pc"n Immigration.
irnm. .nint.in., nf iim inmir.ranii T'o importance of n rroncr under-
"uiealy-bug" Pscudococcus calecolavlao
wero hidden at the base of the cut "I"-:',1 u',u" ' ulu ropon. tsn leniure
liavej. In n healthy condition, breed- ?r tl10 immigration law, ho declares,
Ins the snmo as If they wero In th,has Proved so difficult of enforcement
..n... ftnl.l I t.....t .... I.A A n..,i ' Ob that Which wan rniKftpri fnp llin urn.
packages. Another Importation of lection of labor In this country from
sugar cane from the Philippine Island, unrolr competition by aliens. Tho chlel
was burned upon December 4th. it,hstaclo In tho way of such enforco
consisted of two packages of wild enno l ment, he attributes to the erroneous
that was said to grow to a height of.'mPreslon that it Is a measure wrung
35 feet without cultivation, ln romy from Congress against its will by the
to a question the Importer Informed mo
that he was not aware that It had anv
other merit. Ab It had evidence of
what aiuwnred to be a LcnldODterotu
cane borer and numerous punctures, lent, ho says, that It produces at least
made by leaf-hopper, we consigned the.ni Indifference to tho enforcement of
cane and packages to tho Arc. j the law, If not a hostile bias against It,
From tho cxperienio this Territory rnd credits the law-making branch of
has had with lantana you would hardly' tho Government with no worthier mo-
expect that ruiy one would experiment
further with that plant, but In the mall
packages that arrived on tho S. S.
braskan, December ICtb, were two
plants ol the "weeping" lantana; u
variety that Instead of growing as q
uusu lies prostrate over the ground;
thoso wero destroyed by fire.
I-'our small shipments of fresh frtilu
from China, Japan and California In
tented with scale Insects were des
troyed as the Importers refused to re
On the S. S. Korea (December 11th),
ten warden cases ot young rubber tree
(estimated at about 16,000), arrived
via Hongkong for the Nahlku Rubber
Plantation on Maul, which after fuml
gallon with hydrocyanic acid gas wen
forwarded to their destination.
SHE KNEW HIM.
JSP XcGT"iiA 2- (r? i na
Q -zh2Mmj?A L IXitaiiJirininnii iih llr. 8
RUSSH, AUSTRIA, HUNGARY
SARGENT TilhKS WILL LFAD
HIOHWATER MARK FOR ITALIANS
HAS BEEN REACHED EX
CERPTS FROM REPORT.
Washington, Dee. 10. la present
ing the annual report of the Bureau
Of Immigration, Commissioner General
Sargent refers to tho magnitude nnd
gravity of the problems presented by
the growth of the alien population In
the United States.
"Theso problems," he declare,
"loom so largely In the prospect of
our country that It may be said with
out giving Just cause to charge oxng
gernuon, mat all other questions of
public economy relating to things
inther than to human beings shrink In
ltd comparative Inslgnlncnnce."
The total alien arrivals reported foi
uio year or i,uzu4UU represents nn
Increase over tho preceding year of
213.G29, of which the continental ports
ot the United States report 190,040, ni
compared with arrivals thcro last
year, and tho Canadian ports 12.830.
At the Insular ports tho Incrcaso was
2,849, nlthough the arrivals at Porta
Ulco wero less by 94 than In 1904.
Thcro also was n largo Incrcaso In ar
ilvnls at Southern ports, while n do
crease Is shown for the Pacific porta
which Is accounted for In some meas
lire by the Russian-Japanese war.
Of the Increased arrivals above ro
ferrcd to,, Austria-Hungary sent 98,
C37 over Its quota of 1904, Russia 39,
750, Italy 28,183 nnd tho United King
tlom 49.644. This Incrcaso from the
last mentioned country, says tho com
mlssloner, Is somewhat offset by tin
decreases from Oormany, Switzerland
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,., on,i Vr,t,iii,imitni. iho In,
... . - . . .
"on tne cmoi sources or luiuro
increases In Immigration are those
t ln Kuropa which havo tho greatest
resource. In population, probably, to
"With Ihp fni-U In vlnw hn snvs
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' " I" Vf S! "i ?uil,. X
' 'lnm!lnB of ,tl10. contct labor law Is
powers of organized labor exacting all
It could obtain rather than seeking
This Impression Is so widely prova
nvo ror enacting it man seillsn rear
Because ot such Impression, ho do-
Kc-Ulares, the bureau finds Its efforts to
enforce tho law cither reluctantly sub.
n'lited to or resisted, actively or pas.
elvely. nnd Itself viewed aB In some
sort a branch or agency of organized
labor, sensitive to that body s Interest
responsive to its wishes, and thus cs
rentlally different from other parts of
the executlvo 'government of the unit
"Perhaps labor Itself," ho adds, ''Is
not altogether freo from blamo for
this false public Impression, and thus
unconsciously has played Into tho
1-ands of thoso interests which find it
to their account to allcnato public
cymoathy by encouraging such a
In tho selection of a mediclno to
euro you of Stomach, Liver or Bow
el disorders, the Bitters should be
your first choice Past oxporlencoi
has proven Its value In cases of
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE,
INDIGESTION, OYSPEPSIA, COS
TIVENES3, GENERAL DEBILITY,1
AND MALARIA, FEVER AND'
Try a bottle. All druggists.
NATIONAL ELECTION COSf
AND ONLY 40 PER CENT. CAME
FROM SMALL CONTRIBUTORS.
TO DISCUSS IT.
Washington, Dec. 3. Tho Washing
ton Post printed this morning, under a
New York date, n threo-column ortlclo
that purports to give an nccount of thn
funds collected by Chairman Cortelyou
and Treasurer Dllss ot the Republican
National Committee lor use ln the cam
palgn of 1901, when President Roose
velt was elected. Tho Post says, the
ttory Is authoritative. It Is claimed
that tho figures given aro the same
that will bo sworn to by Treasurer
Bliss and Chairman Corteljou If they
go on tho stand in tha insurance Iuvor
ligation In New York.
Tho total fund or the Republican Na
tional Commltteo in 19U1 Is placed -i
51,900,000, Tho largest single contri
bution was (75,000 or $100,000, from
an unknown source.
Tho fund of $1,900,000 Is compared
With tho $2,800,000 said to hava been
raised for the election of McKlnlcy In
J900 nnd tho $3,800,000 for his tlrt
campaign In 1890.
Tho fund expended by tho Demo
cratic National Committed for the
election of Clavclaud ln 1892 Is placed
Vlio Republican National Commlt
teo Is credited with having bad a bal
ance ot $100,000 at tho close of last
year's campaign, tho remainder of tho
fund being accounted for as follows:
Remittances to Stato committees
$700,000; for literature, $550,000; main
tnlnlng speakers' bureau, $175,000; for
lithographs, advertising, etc., $150,000;
valnrles and expenses at headquarters,
$100,000; miscellaneous expenditures,
While moro than -10 10 contributions
to tho campaign fund aro known, they
cro said to constitute but 40 per cent,
of the total number supplying money,
tho Identity of tho other tiO per ccn.
rot being disclosed. One contribution
of $75,000 cr $100,000 wns turned into
Treasurer Bliss by ono of the men so
licltlng campaign funds and BU3S did
not know tho Identity of tho person
giving mis largo Bum.
Tho posttlvo assertion is mado that
neither Chairman Cortelyou nor Treas
uror Bliss know that James H. Hydn
ii'ado a contribution with tho expecta
tion that he would bo rewarded with
tho Ambassadorship to France. It U
tald that President lloosovelt spoku
to Cortelyou of Hyde's application for
tno position, but Cortelyou strongly
opposed tho selection and did not In
clorso tho vlows of thoso rccomment'
Tho bulk of tbe Republican fund Is
caltl to havo been raised by commit
teeB designated by Bliss for work in
Now York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Bos
Ion and other largo cities. These
committees wero subdivided, so that
certain members would operato among
men interested in certain lines ot bus
iness. It Is declared that Corteljou
mado no pledges of any kind to nnj
contributor, so thero remain unpaid
po political clouts.
Cortelyou today positively refused
to discuss tho story, Ho nlw refused
io mnlio any comment on tho state
ment tlmt cloven corporations having
hradrjuartors In Now York wero ns
nesscd un aggregate of $225,000 for
tho purpose of aid In tho election o'
NIKOLAI MEJDELL DEAD.
Llhuo, Kauai, Jan. 1. Again wo
havo to record a loss to tho Island.
Nikolai Mcjdcll died at his homo In
Walmca Saturday morning from an at
tack of pneumonia, Incurred only a
couplo of days beforehand, and was
hurled In tho afternoon In tho ceme
tery belonging to tho Walmea Foreign
Mr. Meldell was born In I.llleliam-
mcr, Norway, and camo to tho Islands
about sixteen years ago. His first po
sition was as clerk In tho Kekaha
etoro, but preferring outdoor llfo, ho
tccuied a situation as luna with Mr,
II P. Fayo at Mana. Ho remained In
this employ until about thrco months
ngo, when be severed his connection
vith the Kekaha Sugar Co. In the
meantime ho had gradually worked his
way through the different positions ot
trust on the plantation, until he fin
ally was appointed head luna at Mana,
u position ho held for about eight
Mr. Mcdlell was twice married anil
leaves eleven children, to whom, as
well as to tha widow, wo extend our
j heartfelt sympathy, Garden Island,
Electric Light Is the modern
practical ana economical, no one
knows Its great convenience would' ever think of being without It.
The cost of Electricity In Ihe hama la turnrlilnalv small, esneelal,
ly when the advantage It bestows are taken Into consideration. It
makes for healthier, happier homes
side of things In every sens of the
If you are Interested communicate with us and we will gladly sup- m
s, piy you with an imormauon.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office King St., near Alakca
Lovers Of Good Living
Will be delighted to see the array of delicacies on our Delicatessen
Counter, The 8. S. 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 had 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
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
for 8ALIJ bvnnYvviinnii
McPARLAN3&Co Sole Agent.
Y. SUa A SHOTEN
Wholesale 6 Retail Liquor Dealer,
Big Stock of .tapanese and America Liquors, ""inul Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KING 2Tntjtr8.
JOSTOFFICE BOX BBS TELEPHONE MAIN 83
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : t. H.
San Francisco Agents Tha Ne
rada National Dank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tbe Nevada Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Rank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyunnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hone
kong'Sbanshal Banking: Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills ot ,
change bought and sold.
Collection sPromptty Accounted For,
W, G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
light for the home. It Is artistic, m,
wno has once used it and who m
and the user looks on the bright
'Phone Main 390 J
AND TRUST GO,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED 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 Sta.
SAVINGS DEP08IT8 received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate ot 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Jlules and regulations furnished up
ESTABLISHED IN 18SC,
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N,
M. Rothschilds & 8ons, Lon.
Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook S. Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Ssvlngs Bank Deposits.