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KVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. IL, THUnSDAY, JANUAItY 4, 190fl.
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The law requires that you pay a tax on your dog and that
tlie 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 his wagon and there will toon be no more "dog
lay" for that pup.
When you pay your tax It ihould mean a new Collar, for
my good dog It worth one new collar a year. We have a
large ttock of Collars and can fit your dog and your purte at
the tame time. We alto have collar Locks, Chains, Dog Bit
cult, and a full tine of Qlovert Dog Remedies.
E.O. Hall &
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are built In the mind but a mind It needed to build a building and the
mlitd mutt be that of an aiehltsct who underttandi hit profettlon.
I understand the building of beautiful, modern, artistic buildings and
can verify this statement by showing you the plant of buildings for
mtcty erected by me.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
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Dandruff Is a contojrtotu dltr-nsp caused by n microbe.
3-01NG SOING!! GONEHI
ntrpfetde Will Bars It. Herplcldo
Don't Crv Fake
Th nre mention of "hair remedy"
Ibnwi sonio men Into a nt ot unreal
Mtt Incredulity. It Is true that be
t th microbe origin of baldness
discovered that most hair rtmf
Olt vre worthless, but not many of
The OltlOINAL remedy that "111111 the Dandruff derm."
fuj Sim, Si m, SenJ . nimj-i to HI NPICIDE CO., Dtp! II. Iittrolt, Mch. for Simjl.
HOLLISTER DRUQ CO., SPECIAL AGENTS,
Applications at Prominent Darber Chops.
Gludjn i-led uyn one ot the things that lit admires auvi.it me most Is mas
Dorothy i "Of courso a mnn always considers n girl cievar v. ho can wo.tn
t j rapusl out sf him."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS . John Scott In Maria Smith; I); int
In Ap 3. II P 8052, Alpaako, Honolulu,
Entered for Record Jan. 3, 1906, 520. II 278, p 40. Dated Dec 30, 1903.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. ! Kauai Klcclrlc Co Ltd by regr; No
Jlttirlettn FIsliel lo Cbus J Flshel tlcoj of decree of title In Land Ileg
tt nl PA Court Case No. 49. 11 274, p 418. Dat-
.Kacleku Sgr Co Ltd Notlco td Dec 30, 1905.
JMisrot McdeiroB and wf to Joo T Joe Joan and wf to F W Hardy; Mi
llswrras et al M Aps 1, 2 and 3 of II P 7C33 and Kul
Angus P McDonald by mtgeo to Vm MV. Kaonoulu, Kula, Maul; 400. II
O Rmllh. ...FA "75, p 300. Dated Dec 9, 1905.
.Angus p McDonald by mtgeo to W I & Tomlslilma to II A Gerlachj M;
TV Cliamterlaln tr . i D subdlv 3, lot 8, blk I of n P 7223, Koa-
AV W Chamberlain tr to. Mary A In". l'un. Hawaii; $421. D 275, p 308.
SmlUt D Bated Dec 22, 1905.
Win I Peterson by.atft of mtgeo to Hanaumaka Alila and hsb (J) to
Vital Eat of W O Lunalllo ,..F'A Waller II Haysolden tr; D; int In Gr
Wm Jj Pcters In stgco to W, W SOfi2, near Naalchu, Kau, Hawaii; $20.
Charslierlaln tr ".'D 277, p 295. Dated Dec 7, 1905.
W W Chamberlain tr to Trs of Est Kauhane Kcanu to Walter II Hay-
I1V (J Lunalllo D relden tr; D; int In Gr 3002, Naalenu,
I. Alio to Yco Kal Ling ct al II Kau, Hawaii; 120. B 277, p 297. Da-
Julin W Ilrown to Luka Nakapaahu.D.tril Dec 20, 1905.
KumuVahl (w) to Mary E Foster... D1 Mary II Whitney nnd hsb (O M) to
Hollle V Halcm to J F Humburg...K Lea Todd; D; lot 42, College 8t. Hono-
Entered for Record Jan. 4, 1906, ,llu: 1000. B 278, p 47. Dated Doc
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. 19.1905.
JobnNtmosto Pioneer Mill Co Ltd.. I J Ilufus A Lyman to Territory of Ha
Kdwari W TUwirg and wf with Geo wall; Dj 3 acres land, Halemahlna,
UtMjnlli Agrmt Puna, Hawaii; J100. B 277, p 298. Da-
Ceo Jtotaitx to Tropic Fruit Co Ltd tod Deo 21, 1905.
; aa' Oahu Collego by trs to Ilufua A Ly-
J LfIa Jr to L K Poka U man; Par Bel; 3 acres land, Halema-
.hlna, Puna, Hawullj 1. II 277, p 299.
Recarded Dec. 30, 1905.
A IvcwU Jr by atty to Mrs Julia
"Fax; I): tnl In lot 10, blk 8, Kaplolanl
tract, lltuolulu; $100. U 278, p 45,
JMtl Dec 18, IMI5.
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Ill Have It. Too Late for Ilerplcld.
them were designedly so. Chronic
baldness Is Incurable, but Its forerun
ners, dindrun. Itching scalp and fall
Init hair, can be currd by stopping the
mlcroblc growth with Newbro's Her
picide. It prevents reinfection. Hon
ey back If unsatisfactory. Dfllj-htrul
hair dressing, mops Itching of scalp
Dated Dec 29, 1905.
Tho man hasn't been found who
wouldn't -rather walk on tho grass
Mian on tho gravel path.
If you have never tried
o .. - o o
J O sw fjrS sv V ty
do to at once. It It superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor when
For sale at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTihe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING 8TREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140,
Utchard Marpole, general superin
tendent of tho Canadian Pacific, ac
companied by hlii n I re. Is being shown
over the cntlro line of tho Oahu rail
way today by Superintendent O. P.
Ucnlcon and (lencrnl Passenger Agent
P. C. Smith. Thu party left tho depot
this morning In a special train com
posed of an engine and ono coach Mr.
DcnlKOn's private car. The train pull
ed out at 9:30 a. in. Stops will bo
mailo at all the different places of In
terest and Mf. Marpole shown tho plan
talons and many other things which
ore nil new to him. Tho party took
lunch today at tho Halelwa Hotel. Tho
tpcclal train and party will return this
TO CALL ON CALIFORNIA TO
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cntlonB and Improvements. No tide Is
sues will be Indulged In.
There has been considerable talk In
tho last twenty four hours about the
possibility of tbe Governor going
along with tho delegation to Washing
ton. Some ot the members of tho dele
gatlon thought It an excellent idea, bul
It was stated this morning by one ot
Uio members that It wus certain that
Carter would not accompany the com
mittee. Ho might go on later, toward
the end ot the Congressional session,
as was some time ago stated In thi
At tho proposed Joint meeting of
tho Chamber of Commerce and Mcr
chants' Association resolutions may b
adopted for forwarding to the San
Francisco Chamber of Commerce and
other California commercial bodies
with a view to getting them to back
Hawaii's bill In Congress, for what
benefits Hawaii benefits California.
NEW JURY LAW IS NEEDED.
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sixty years of age, police officers, prac
tlclng pharmacists, ministers of tbe
gospel, men who cannot speak Eng
Huh, government employees, the Bel
clan Consul, Mr. Lango, and others,
ell ot whom are excused from jury dtr
fy by law. Tbo list also contains tbe
names of a number of people who aro
l.ol In existence, such as James W,
Smithies, J. F. Eblors and wru. 31.
"Last year the Jury commissioners
befora drawing brought us a list ot
about S00 names, from which wo could
select tho names wo wanted, and In
this way wo were abla to reduco tin
f lumber ot disqualified persons great
y. Ono should think that tho com
rrlsBloncrs would themselves mako In
quirles to ascertain whether' tho men
whom they place on the list are dig
qualified or not.
"Of course, when wo find that men
en tbo list aro disqualified, wo can
Ltlng them to the attention of tho jurj
commissioners and have pthcr namei
substituted for tbein. The law pro
sides for such changes. Jn the mean
time It will certainly tako way Into the
April term before tho Jury list can bi
needed out sufficiently, and what kind
ot business can it bo called If tbo en
lira January term ot eacn year nas to
bo wustcd In this manner! Here, m)
court has been In Hctislon all tho weel
tin d wo hnve not beguu the trial of
caso ) et.
"What Is urgently needed Is n rad
leal ihange ot the Jury law, permitting
tbo couits to iBsiio open venires, u
this Hjstem was used tho sheriffs and
deputy sheriffs would bo able to gef
men who they know aro not dlsquall
Jed to senc as Jurors. These offl
cers aro tho cliolcu of tho people, se
lectcd by election, and should bo trust
id to select JuiorH without suspicion
if their attempting to stuff Juries."
Jtnlgo Iloblnson this morulng as a
result ot a short return and many ox
ruses In the Bpeclal cnlro Issued yes
terday, had lo Issuo tbo following now
tpcclal vcnlro: II. F. Davison, F. B.
McStocker, Clms. McShanc, Samuel
Pupuhl, John Illlo Jr., T. S. Chin, Jo
Boberts, C. H, Clapp, F. J. Church, L.
Jamison, O. C.'Swain, C. W. Bridges,
Geo. Nicholas, C..C. Conradt, S. F.
Bice, Win. L. Eaton, Albert Stelnke,
Archibald S. nobertson, Wm. Bowan,
E. L. Cutting, A. O. Kanncglesser, J
Homer Nlshwlti, Hinry K. Meemano.
Robert Scott, Beuben A. Dexter,
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ULTIMATUM 18 8ENT
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It Is understood that Col., Spalding
after having failed to reach an agree
ment with Castlo, will go to Los An
geles In person to try to mako a con
tract directly with tho Molokans. Cas
tie, however, feels very confident that
tho Russians will tako no such Im
portant step without first consulting
him, nnd will not go to Los Angeles or
soud any representative there. I'ratt,
when asked In regard to this matter,
mated that ho had heard that this was
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First Quarter of tho moon Jan. 2.
The tlues at hanuim and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10a 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that ot the meridian of 157,30. Tho
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
It tbe same as Oreenwlsb. Oh Otn.
Wednesday, January 3.
Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Scarlc, from
Vi'plmnnalo, 9:30 p. m.
Thursday, Jan. 4.
A. H. 8. 8. Ncvndan, Greene, from
San Francisco, 2:20 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, from Maul
torts, 5:31 a. m.
Wednesday, January 3,
Schr. Concorn. Ulanahacle, for Ho-
nolpo and Illlo, 4 p. in.
Schr. Lady, lor Koolau ports, ll a. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Orcjory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
stmr. Kauai, urunn, lor winuwaru
Hawaii, & p. m.
S. 8, Korea, Scalmry. from
Francisco, due In morning.
8. 8. Siberia, O'Neill, from the Ori
ent, due in morning.
Stmr. Mltuna l.oa, Slmerson, rrotri
Maul and Hawaii ports, due in morn'
u. 8. A. T. Sherman, from Nagn;akl
S. S. Siberia, O'Neill, for 8an Fran
cisco, probably sail In afternoon.
S. S. Korea, Scalmry, for the Orient,
probably tall In afternoon.
U, 8. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures. C a. m., 72; 8 a. m.,
74; 10 a. m., 76; noon, 70; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m.. 30.12; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., C.893 grains per
cubic toot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
05 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C2.
Wind. 0 a. m velocity 12, direction
E.; 8 a. m., velocity 14, direction E.;
10 n. m., velocity 22, direction E.; noon,
velocity 15, direction E.
Ilalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
rn.. ,04 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 251 miles.
ALEX. McC, ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
Ifiom H.r ITuulit.
Jonoi Is ho n la- abiding citizen?
llroun I don't know. Ho Is a (rust
promoter uud owns im nutomoblla.
One of tho leaders ot the woman suf
trace mocment in Germany, Helen
l.nng. Is strongly opposed to tho ten
dency ot women to leave homo and seek
work outside. "In many cases," she
says, "this Is unfortunately necessary
but to make It a duty or a virtue will
It It wasn't for bluff some people
wouldn't get very far away from home.
Office ot the Committee of Koads and
Bridges, Hoard ot Supervisors,
County ot Oahu, T. ot II.
Sealed proposals will bo rccehed by
tho above named committee at the of
fice ot tbe chairman. No. C5u Fort
ttreet, Honolulu, until 12 o'clock M.,
January C, 1906, for macadamizing a
section ot tho Pall road In accordama
with the plans and specifications on file
with tho above named commltteo at
the office of the chairman, where full
Information wll be furnished on appli
cation. The rlsht Is reserved to reject nny
or all bids.
J. LUCAS nnd 13. It. ADAMS,
Committee Tlonds and Bridges.
J. C. COHEN Manager
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Supported by the
National Stock Company
Presenting a Repertoire of High Class
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
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POPULAR PRICES: Z5c, SOc, 76t.
One will last a life time
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TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
Geo. A. Martin
Open Saturdays until 9 p. m.
ARLINGTON 'BLOCK, HOTEL
ROYAL PALM, and
PLANT8 FOR 8ALE A T
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR, FLORIST.
TEL. MAIN 339,
N THIS DISTRICT COUIIT Of THI3
XN1THI) BTATKS FOK THE TI3II-
HITOHV OF HAWAII.
ot I. co Kau ct al., doing
In the Matter of I.co Kau ct al., doins
business as Kwong Hlng Loy Co.,'
Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. No. 109.
to tho Creditors of Leo Kau et nl.,'
doing business as Kwong Hlng'
Loy Co., ot Honolulu, Island of,
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii:
Notlco Is hereby given that on tho
End day of January, A. D. 1906, tho
said Leo Kau et al., doing business as
Kwong Hlng Loy Co., were duly ad
Indicated bankrupt, and that tbe first
meeting of their creditors will be held
tit my offlco, E02 Stangcnwald Build-j
lug1, Honolulu, on tho 18th day of Jan
tary, A. D. 1906, at 4 o'clock In tho art-'
trnoon, at which time said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, appoint
a trustee, examine tho bankrupt and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting,
Honolulu, Jan. 4, 1906.
WILLIAM T. RAWLINS,
Iteferee In Bankruptcy.
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SATUDRAY, JANUARY 6, 1908,
a Mnt -n-itr vnnw
1 J KslKJsI nvv. i
Frnnt nnlr.inrfi Judiciary Bultdlnffl
Rice Lands Kalm'uu
Situate closo to the Hyman Rice
Lands are now planted In rice and
being In the center of rice district
should bo a good Investment.
Further particulars at my office.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. JL,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell as above tho proper
ty of J. F. Humburg, Esq.:
1 Studcbakcr Phaeton In lrst class
1 Studebakcr Buggy In lst class
Also on account ot whom It may con
cern: 1 Surrey,
1 Black Mare.
Other horses It offered. .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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Closo to cars. Cheap rent. h
AT II A.M. DAILY
the finest train going east
leaves San Francisco "
Chicago In 3 Days
Call on agent at Irwin A Co.
office and secure Information J
about rates. "
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