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BVENINO BOIilrnN, HONOLULU. T. IS., FIUDAY, JANUAIIY 5, 1906.
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A Boot That Men Commend
That You Will Value, .
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the best, and your
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Have you ever tried an Ap
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wich? The wafer must be
crisp and the Apple Butter
the best. For the filling we
$ Apple Butter
It Is made of select apples,,
the best elder and pure
spices made by the cleanly
processes which have come
to be known as "the Heinz
Way." Try some of this Ap
ple Butter with wafers.
It comes In convenient
to Wholesale Distributors,
Headquarters for automobiles with
a splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
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Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALI HI, and other dsslr-blt localities
Also 1 JUMP-8BA1' BUCkSOAIU),
Iteond-luuid; good at new.
If you have,
we will deliver
to you now $ 50,00
(FiftyDoIiars)worth of Fur
Rugs, Matting, &.c,
the balance on Easy Payments.
Credit with us is Good.
W. P. FULLER and CO.'S
Pure Prepared Paint
la a Pacific Coast product, composed
of pure lead, pure zinc and linseed oil.
It Is unexcelled for durability and un
surpassed for beauty of finish. It Is
a perfect paint In all requisites. This
peerless paint Is perfectly prepared,
and when you buy It you obtain Just
exactly what you pay for.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINO ST.
We would call the attention of the
business community to the fact that
we are prepared to supply KEE LO
CARBON PAPER and BERK8HIRE
TYPEWRITING PAPER,'than which
there Is none better made. We also
furnish other typewriter Supplies at
the most reasonable prices.
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Blank book of alt aorta, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
A special meeting of the Walalae,
Knlmukl nnd I'alolo,Improvcmcnt Club
Mas held yesterday afternoon In tlio
omcc of County Attorney Doulhltt tor
mo purpose, 01 considering mo report
of the road committee. The chairman,
52. K, Myers, stated the object ot tho
rail and Mr. Douthltt, the chairman of
me road committee made Ills report,
Ho stated that tho County Supervisor
had appropriated something more than
150,000 for road Improvements during
January, 16000 ot which was to go to-
ward the beginning of tho betterment.
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Ttift .llffArfln iA.I.1nn. , .!..
tpoctlve dfstricta were all clamoring
for better roads and Mr. Doulhltt did
not favor the Idea of making alstrong
BMBbrauuii iu iiio oupcrviBors luai ms
U'alala. pnml M.l,e. I.AtA.t !.-.,....-
body agreed with regard to making no
complaint to the Supervisors. The
County only had a limited amotfnl In
tho treasury for road Improvements Mr.
Lioutmtt said and tho general opinion
was that the club should be satltdcd
with what they were being allowed.
It was stated that Sam Johnson had
arranged to put a gang of men to
U'nrlf PrlflnV tnnrnlnrr nti IIia Wnlnlnn
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rontl, comracnclnB iho first Improve
motilfl nt tha 7.aa. Pnrnl In (n tin mil
Coral la tO bo pllt
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wwnii tiuuiu ivil lUlIVB IU1WI UUU
ftmoothed over with oil. Tho work, It
was stated,, will require about thres
mnnth fnr rnmnlMlnn
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At tho suggestion of Chairman Myers
tho following resolution was drawn up
by Mr. Douthltt and passed by tho com.
lie it resolved, uy trto members 01 Salcs-Jlet. Boards: $7000 Pioneer
tho Walalae, Kalmukl & I'alolo Im- c, J10G; 12 Haw. Ag. Co., 110: 25 Kl
provement Club that tho recent nctlon !e, $8. Session: 60 II. C. & S Co
of the Hoard of Supervisors In appro- $32. ' ''
printing moneys for tho Improvement
of the Wnlulnc Iload be, and tho samo 1 .,,, .,. ,.-,, ,i- .....
U. heartily appreciated by the rcsldcnU, Lt"t Br quotation 3.625 cents.
within the boundaries of our club. ' "
"And Ue It Further Itcsolvcd, that1 JRAR Q ROK ponfc
a vote of thanks bo extended to tho OUUHn, O.UJ bCIIIO
Hoard of Supcrvlsorii for relieving n I nurtnil lirrTO n n I J
long-felt and necessary want. j LUilUUIl bttlO. dS, I 140
"And Be It Further Resolved, That a ' '
copy ot this resolution bo sent to tho
Hoard of Supervisors ot tho County of flen. 13- TI-ilatari-
Oahu, In token of our appreciation for.
tucir action in the premises."
A letter was ordered written to the
Hawaiian Promotion Commlttco assur-i
lug that organization of tho hearty to-l
operation ot the Improvement Club In
IF YOU BUY Oft SELL RTnr.ua
SUGAR SECURITIES AT A WOW RATE Or :NTEREST, CALL UP
Geo. P. Thielen,
AIN 21. 920 FORT 8T. p. O.
PHONE MAIN 21.
A BARREL OF. MONEY TO LOAN !
tho road Improvement matter which It'
had commenced some time ago.
C. M. V. Forstcr, treasurer ot tho
dub, announced that he had $112.20 on
Five hundred trees have been plant
ed on Koko Head avenue and other
streets In tho vicinity since Thanks-1
Clvlfll? tlflV MnnV nthnpa nt-n in lnt
put In from time to time. The trees
have been planted on Twelfth. Thlr.
teenth and Fourteenth avenuos, and
Pahoa, I'alolo and Center avenues, A
oto of thanks was taken tor tho re
port ot David Haucha rezardlne trees.
rrcad by tho acting secretary, C. M. V
At the conclusion of tho meeting
Chairman Myers stated that tho club
should have moro members and that it;
would bo a good Idea for everybody to
try for an increase Ho BUCKcMcd that
circulars be sent to property holders liv
ing In 1 tho neighborhood nnd that In
tlmo the Improvement Club should
have at least 200 men working for Its
Thorc present wore ns follows: Z. K.
Myers, K. A. Douthltt. Fred Harrison,
S. I. Shaw, David St. Ilaughs, Wm. C.
Ilodecra, Chas. SI. V. Forstcr, Wm. T.
Schmidt, KiL C. Urown.
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Sir. and Sirs. SI. 11. Webb, honoy
mooners, are watching lovo's Biinrlso
over the -hopeful bliio of life's great
ocean, irom the cozy verandas and syl
van retreats of tho Hnlclwa hotel and
Its beautiful park. Thoy were married
yesterday and boarded tho afternoon
train, pretending to be real old mar
ried folks. But a .storm ot rice broko
and caught them fairly. Tho passage
or tne waialua train waa llko a streak
ot happiness through the landscape for
at least two roixs aboard. Manager
Bldgood at Halolwa had a newly-mar-
rled-couple smllo waiting for them.
lialelwa Is becoming famous as a lov
ers' retreat. Thla makes the sixth
bridal pair at Halelwa this year. Sirs,
Webb Is Col. Will E. Fisher's daughter
ana ftir. webu is a well known civil en
Tho Kash Co., Ltd., Just received an
elegant lino 01 assorted hat bands dl
rect from the east, no two alike.
Fresh meats required
E You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse.
T he old saying is, the best is cheapest;
P Wc have the cheapest, best and freshest.
Call on us and get your money's worth,
Then with the wise you will have a berth.
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HONOLULU, January 4, 1905,.
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Member Hon. 8tock and Bond Ey
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SALE, OF GOVERNMENT L0T8 A I
KAALEO, HONOLULU, ISLAND
OF OAHU, MAUKA OF JUDD
On Wednesday, February 7th, 1900,
at 12 o'clock noon at tho front en
trance of tho Capitol (Executive Build
ing), will bo Bold at Public Auction
thrco pieces of Government land. In
the III ot Kaalco, mauka of Judd
Street, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, con'
talrdng an aggregate aroa of 391C.7G
fcquaro feet more or loss, which will
bo offered as a whole,
Upset Price $131.70,
Terms Cash; United States Gold
Expense of Patent Grant, Stamp and
Advertising to bo paid by purchaser,
Slap and description ot samo can bo
teen at tho Offico of tho Superintend
cut of Public works.
C. S. JIOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, January 5, 190C.
3273 Jan. C, 10, 21; Feb. C.
Per stnir. Manna I-oa. from Kona,
Kau and Slaul, Jan. 5. J, J. Dowllng,
T. St. Hae, J. F. Hunt, It. Gillespie,
Ernest Hu, Sirs. V. SlcWayno, It. Wal
lace and wlfo, W. W. IJruncr and
wife, Uov. A. S. Baker, Sirs. It. D.
Baker, F. Gouvela, F. Love, Jr., J. D.
Paris, J. SIcGulre. Silas E. C. Orccn
woll, Stlss Allco Slullor, Father Vic
tor, E. A. Enos, Jr., Sirs. Enos, James
Scott. J. A. Nelll. J. W. Searle, R.
C. Searle, E. A. Dunn, C. L. Berlin
gcour, Father James, 32 on deck.
John Olscn, sailor, who has been fig
urine as too closely associated with
Btrong drink, la not a member of th
Salvation Army, as was recently as
sertedj nor has ho ever been a membel
of that great organization.
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LOCAL AND GENEBAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
Archie Stahautii came to the city this
morning from Walulua' on business.
v auerni aaio nonce in me mauci
ot Hong (Jtion vs. O. Yamaoka Is pub
lishcd In this l"ue.
Government lots at Kaalco, Honolu
lu, mauka ot Judd street, will bo sold
at auction Wednesday, February 7 at
Tho IClks hold a great social session .
this evening In their hall on Beretania
end Sillier streets and all Elks and
their friends, oro Invited.
A. SI. Brown, C, A. Doylo nnd C. J.
Holt wcro registered at tho Halelwa
hotel yesterday, lielng, in Waialua on
tho Wharton murder case.
Tho Territory, In tho suit against
Wm. StcCandlcss and the tenants of
the old Camarlnos premises, has filed
a motion tor an alias summons against
W. L. Peterson.
Tho A.-1I. S. S. Enterprise arrived
this morning from San Francisco, via
Hllo. She brought one passenger and
a full cargo ot freight. Sho will re
main here about a week.
Tho SIcrchants' Association will hold
Its annual banquet at tho Hoyal Ha
walan hotel next Thursday. Tho Wash
ington delegation and tho Governor
will be among tho guests.
The Dowsctt Co., Ltd., has filed a
suit In assumpsit against K. U 01111
land for tho sum ot $140, alleged to bo
duo as rent on ccrtnln premises leased
by the defendant from plaintiff.
The motion to set for trial tho quo
A-arranto cane ot W. C. Peacock against
Alexander Garvle, which was set bo
tore Judgo Do Bolt this morning, haa
been continued until January 11.
Slanagcr St. Clair Bldgood, tho pop
ular manager of tho famous Halelwa
bote!, Waialua, accompanied by his
wife, is In tho city on business, having
arrived on thli morning's train.
The Catholic Church of St. John the
Baptist, Kallhl.wncna, In charge ot
Ilov. Father Clement. Tomorrow, Jan
uary th, Feast of Epiphany, holy day
of obligation, 8; .10 a. m., high masa,
The stcumer.SInunn I -on arrived till
morning fromV Kona, Kau and Slaul
ports with 74S3 bags ot sugar, 1015
bags ot Votfco and an assortment of
other, freight. In nddltlon sho brought
a largo passenger list.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Parllmcntarlan an assignment ot tho
Mil to tho Commlttco on Territories.
A number of members had expressed
the opinion that because tho bill con
cerned revenues, It would bo assigned
to the Ways nnd .Means Committee;
and ns that committed has not shown
Itself friendly to Hawaii in tho sugar
hearings of the past week, .It Bccmed
ery dralrahlo that tbey should not
have the opportunity ot killing this bill
As Congress will adjourn for tho hol
idays on Thursday, llttlo commlttco
work can be done before that time.
Tho Statehood bill has the right ot
way In tho Territories Committee, and
thero are also two Important Alaskan
railway bills before that Committee
which wcro under consideration when
the 68th' Congress adjourned.
On consultation with Chairman Ham
ilton he thought that our measure could
be heard about January ICth.
Better Than Attorneys,
In regard to tho cabled Inquiries
from tho Chamber of Commerce, and
SIcrchants' Association, J, havo hesi
tated to advise In regard to a delega
tion coming forward until I could de
termine whether tho chief fight would
como In tho committee hearing, or on
tho consideration ot tho measure In the
House. There may be an Interval of
one or two months between thoso two
stages of tho bill's progress and busi
ness men tould not bo expected to
spend that amount ot tlmo hero.
For tho nurioR0 ot urging a meas
ure of this sort. I feel that the most
effective delegation would bo thrco or
tour representative business men.
With many Congressmen the argu
ments of such business men have great
er weight than those ot an attorney.
lor this reason railroad companies
tend their officers rather than thejr at
torneys to appear before Congres
As soon ns It becomes apparent at
what time a delegation can best aid In
this measure, I will cable for them to
During (lie week I secured from Col.
Hepburn ilato for a hearing of my Ho
nolulu llghthousa bill 'for Tuesday ot
this week, and also arranged for the
engineer of the lighthouse board to be
present to glvo testimony from tho de
Force Philippine Bill.
Extended arguments havo boon made
during the week) on tho Philippine
tariff bill before tho ways and eSIanc
Committee. The beet and cane sugar
men have made a strong fight, their
nier presentation being by Sir. Hath
away, who Bpcnt tho entire summer In
the Philippines gathering facta for use
by the beet sugar producers.
His exhaustive, analysts, and ability
to meet tho otatcmenta of Philippine
oruc a s showed conclusively the lm
portnnco and' necessity ot having bic1i
first hand Information available In a
Tight of this sort.
Mr. Hatch was heard briefly on Wedi
nesday, but the committeo showed no
great anxiety to hear Hawaii's state
ment of tho case. The bill Is appar
ently to bo forced through the House,
and hope, for Its modification must rest
with the Senate
The contest against my scat In tho
C9th Congress has been assigned to
Elections Commlttco No. 3 and will
be heard about tho middle ot January.
Thp committeo assignments for, the
tOth Congresi were given out on tho
Hth. I hao been given places on thrco
committees, an Territories, Prlvato
Land Claims, and Coinage Weights and
Tho Committee on Territories has
been largely reorganized and Hawaii
will have to make new friends on It
to replace Lilley ot Connecticut and
Komlnson of Indiana.
Very truly yours.
Delegate to Congress.
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