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KVEN1N0 BULLKTTN. HONOLULU. T. If.. SATUIWAY, JANUAItY C, 1000.
Collar That, Dog
The law require that you pay a lax on your dog and thai
the 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 hit wagon and there will toon be no more "dog
days" for that pup.
When you pay your tax It tliould mean a new Collar, for
any good dog Is worth one new collar a year. We have a
lirge stock of Collars and can fit your dog and your purse at
the same time. We alsj have collar Locks, Chains, Dog Bls
cult, and a full line of Glovers Dog Remedies.
H-Uli J '' IWI.
E.O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
II 1 k Y3LJfc-fWf
Every pound of Swift's .
PREMIUM Bacon your ,
If dealer sells is FULL VALUE Vy
in quality flavor taste.
Order Swift's PREMIUM
II when you buy Bacon. 1 1
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
If your grocer cannot supply
you, order from
Theo, H. Davies & Co.,
Neatness vs Shabbiness
The neat man always makes a good Impression the shabby one the oppo.
.ito. Send your clothes to us and have them pressed.
-Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company,
'. F. COLSURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI OUILDING
SUGAR SEASON IS IN FULL BLAST
It's .Delicious Vmm JCE
(Continued from Page 1.)
given work continually until tlio sea
Iloats with sugar arrived lato yos
1rday and several others enmo In to
day. Others will get hero lomorrow
mid will continue to arrive nearly cv
pry day from now on. Tho bark Nuu
anu lett this morning for New Yorl
ln Illlo with sugar.
Yesterday the steamer Nllhaii
brought In 1700 bags of K. S. M. Biigai
Jrom Walmca consigned to Hael.feld
& Co.. and 1600 bags of O & It. sugar
from 5l3l;avell for tho Wnterhouo
Karly this morning tho steamer Ko
Atl Hon carao Into port with .10C2 bags
of sugar for Irwin & Co. This load U
being discharged Into tho hold of tho
S. 8. Kntcrprlso. Tho steamer LIU'
like also got In today from Maul poun
with 1781 tiags of sugar. Sho is also
discharging Into tho Knterprlso. Tho
bark KululanI Is also loading Bugar, as
Is tho Olympic am others.
Tho 8. S. Nevadan will leave tomor
row afternoon for San FranclBto via
Kalmlul with tho first shipment of Kn
thuku sugar of tho scaKon. She will
fako about 105 tons of Kaliuku sugar.
Uso about 1G0O bags of O. & It. sugar.
It will bo necessary for tho stevedore
to work all day at the railroad wharf
tomorrow loading tho Nevadan sugar
cargo. Sho only finished unloading her
Honolulu freight late thin afternoon.
Tho Nemdan Is duo to get out for Kn
kulul tomorrow at B p. m.
Tho ship Krsklno M. Phelps 1b tnk-'
inn on sugar from the K,va and Wala-'
lua plantation mills. Tho S. S. Enter
prise Is also at tho railroad wharf talc
In? nn sugar from tho I.llicllko and
tho Ko Au Ilou. In tho neighborhood
oi uuu tons ot sugar Is arriving nt the
railroad wharf and being stored away
by Hurry Ucnlson to awnlt tho arrival
of the S. S. Alaskan, about tho mlddlo
of next week. Tho Alaskan will tako
tho largest shipment of sugar from
the Islnnda of tho season, more than
11, duo toiiH, and goes' direct to Now
York from Illlo.
Sugar nw lilting shipment on Kaunl.
L. V.. 5255; II. M.. 4270; Kllauea, 2000.
Sugar on Hawaii: Onomea. 250: Ha
l.nlati, 5200; I'auuhau, UO00; Honuapo,
Tlio following special venlro, return'
nhlu Monday morning, was Issued by
Jndgo Itoblnson yesterday afternoon:
H. W. Sponcer, Chun Ming, W. K. Wl
nmaii, (leo. Trlmblo, J. K. Isnac, Paul
l.amke, Chns. I). Weight, V. M. Ill
chnnan, Jns. Dougherty, C. J. I.udwlg
ten, .T. A. Klakona, J. A, Noblo, Joh.
Ilruwn. Jono Monlz, M. A. I'rlvctt, Jno,
llnekett, John Wnteihouse, JaB. Lorn
(in. JaB Nott Jr.. Jas, Naughton, J. II.
Nnono, Henry Hell, W. It. Waters, Wiu.
II. Jones and John II. Cloinez.
This makes no lens than nlncty-ono
Jiircnu who havo bad to bo summoned,
owing to tho extrcmo Inefficiency ol
tho woik of tho jury commissioner
lo yet a trial jury In the Ah Chung
KHlomy case, tho entire first week of
I he term having been thus wasted.
t i i
Tho liittlc W. II. Flint galled from
Iho floldcn Qulo December 29tn for
If you have never tried
O d J J O J
do so at once. It la superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor vher
For sale at all leading hotels and
IC1 TO 105 N. KING STnEET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
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Mrst Quarter of the moon Jan. 2.
Hawaiian ataudnid lime la lub Hum
slower than Greenwich lim. betns
that of the meridian of 1S7.80. Tn
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which.
Is the same as Oreenwlsh. Oh Om.
I'rlendH and nenualntam es of 'tlio I
liviiun (ll til tlVlj lilt III litii 1 rt n -iuu 1 -
late William N ArmstroiiK are Invlli-il""' ,'"" :i0 n- '
In attend si-rvlcea oier the rliu-rn'r)' ' al",r' Mnau, H
urn nt Kawalalmo Church, on Hunday, n,,' 't1',, f,', ' i
Jan. 7th. nt t 30 P. m. I H.ln,r; ;kcllkc,
Friday. Jan. 5.
U. 9. A. T. Sherman, nriiglorro, from
Manila via Nagasaki, C:30 p. in.
atmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ka
lint ports, G p. m,
Saturday. Jan. C.
8tmr. Ko Au Hon, Tullett, from Ka-
reeman, from Illlo
3 a. m.
Naopala, from Maul
Whitney & Marsh
Our vSale Of
Is Now On
Corset Covers .embroidery trimmed 25c.
Drawers, hemstitched : : : 35c.
Night Gowns, from j ; : ; 45c
Our eclcbratpd "HOME MADE" Underwear
cannot be beaten, tjtjtjtttjt
Sale wiil continue for a few days only.
847-857 Kaahumanu Stml.
P. 0. BOX 694.-
TEU MAIN 1
3271-lt I'UrtftiCiW m.
During my absence from the Terri
tory, Mr I.. 0. AuIch will act for me
i.iidvr full Power of Attorney.
(Sinned) K. II. l'OHTKlt. '
Ilcnolulu, Jnuiinry S, 19UC.
U. 8. Weather llurcau.
Temperatures C a. m., 70; S n. in.
73; 10 a. m., 7f; noon, 7C; morntus
Friday. Jan. 5.
P. M. S. 8. Korea. Seabury. for tin
Orient, B p. in. I
Klnir. Claiidlne, I'arkcr, for Maul J.C.COHEN Manager
ports, G p. m. I 1
btmr. Kauai, Ilruhn, for llamakua
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for Ka
ual ports, d p. ni.
Saturday, Jan. C.
Revenue cutter Daniel Mnnnlni? Itnh
rtB, Tor Illlo, S:30 a. m. I
P. M. S. 8. Siberia. O'Neill, for San '
rranclsco, 9: IS n. m.
I U. 8. gunboat Concord, Dousli, foi
Covltc, 9:15 a. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummlngs, Scarle, fol
Walmanalo, 10 a. m.
1 . .. . . .
Ilarompter S a. m.. 30.11: nbsoliila . " urK niiuunii, juu.uijn, lor nun
humidity, 8 n. m., 1.011 BrnlnB per .k vla, "'l0 J0130 ra; .
cubic foot: relative humidity. 8 a. in, B A. T. Sl.ormnn, Uruglerro, for
ES ncr .ent: dew nolnl. 8 a. m.. f,8. San Francisco, 12 m.
Wind. 8 n,
The Eminent Young Actor,
Supported by the
National Stock Company
in., velocity 9, direction
N. I;.; 8 a. 111., velocity ID, direction
N. 13.; 10 a. in., velocity 9, direction
N. H.; noon, velocity 10, direction i:. Slinr. I.lkcllke, Naopala, from Maul
Ilalnfall during -I hours ended 8 n. ports, a. m.
m., 00 Inch. Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Total wind movement during 24 Kauai ports, a. m.
hours ended at noon, 228 inllos.
ALBX. McO. ASHLEY, SAILING TOMORROW.
Section Director, U. 8. Weather flu
rcau. I a.-ii. a. h, Nevadan, nrccne, for Ka-
POLITICAL STRING TO
liului and Illlo, 7 p. m.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Per S. 8. Siberia. Jan. C, for San
Francisco. F. J. Patterson and wife,
, 1.-I.I .! nt .! flUIitlB
fVl"""' Ul.r J"l''.VumuV,'u r," (leorco A. Drown nnd wife.
inn win. ue rciuneu 10 fonio ami Rur N1h,,Ia , phinins Miss PIiIIIIds.
!',l!1an,ril"o 1' .i'lM1',!,1! !:!",:0,,,.n0rf 'il. "l&lSj Mr" Admlriraoodr.cPh
tfJ" .Goodrich. K, II. Porter and wife.
by himself. Never had any comptulnt
from any of tho prisoners retard 1 11 j
abusInK them. Oi;ata was tho only 01m
M. S. Ilettencourt, C. Stubenbard anJ
wife. Miss Violet Stubenbard, Miss A,
r... "'.'"' V.. 1" r. ',, "?.T r.r. '..V ..." ltooncy. Mrs. Lawrence, Miss Law
but hu said ha wa "linwa (lio .11.1 rencc, .MISS A. . LIlllBCnuerK, L,. JJ.
wnimtJ Kinder, Dr. F. J. Howard, wife and
"""' . . Ilnl. Ifnl.Art Wavn 1. II Vnr. H.
I'rinnnpra linvo In Ilia ninrnlnir Ip.i . iiwwv. ..w., ... ...
nn.l l.rnn.l. At l.tnrh llnw, rl nr ..,.1 K. Mueller and Wife, I. Peck. 0. J
Uh salmon, salt beef or codfish, al ' '- B0,Si. m
dinner rice, or pol and becf about twice ?" .Jon.l,- Mf- .p,ct" .KI.U;.,M-
Washington. D. C. Dec. 25. 190;
Kdltor KvcnlnB Dulletln: Tho mosl
tinrlf nnil linina
"Tho prison inspectors havo ,uuca.Jioorc, J. F. Wilson. Mr. L. Pollioraus.
me Jan on mnerent occasions. Tho
prisoners havo never made any com
plaint to them to my knowledge. The
last tlmo tho board of prison Inspecr
om met was on tho 23rd day ot Do
i ember, 190S,
"J. II. MAI1Y."
Dr. Henry Hayes, prison physician, important development for Hawaii
made tho following statement: during tho past week was In the mat
I have been tho physician of tho ter of lighthouses. I "
South Illlo Jail since the middle of No- Having secured a dato for a bearing
ember, 190S, and during that tlmo nn my two bills for Tuesday, I arrang-'
have made occasion to visit the Jail al ed to havo Captain Sebrce, the head
various nours ot me uay aim uignt. l or. me Lighthouse Board, present to
have never seen any harsh or cruel fitato his personal knowledge of tho
treatment of tho prisoners by either needs both at Honolulu harbor and
tho Jailor or deputy Jailor or any of Makapuu Point, as he visited Honolu
the guards. On the contrary, It liaj lu In the naval service somo tlmo ngo.
tfemed to me that the prisoners wor I first made a statement In regard
treated very leniently. i to tho two bills, including a showing
"I havo been present dnrlng the prls- of tho commerco and shipping in need
oners meal times and so fur as my os of protection at these two points. Af
amlnatlon of the food goes, I havo ter questioning Cnpt. Sebreo and my-
found It vvholcsomo and abundant, Keif on tho subject, tho committee vot
"IIHNHY IIAYliS, M. D." 'ed unanimously to report favorably
Morlta Kalzo, charged with murder tho two bills, nnd authority was given
f tales that he was struck ou tho head to cither Mr. Mann or Chnlrman Hep
by Joe. Ho only complains nt bolnu hum to cnll tho bills up In tuc Houso
kept In his cell at meal times. Has Tlio two bills carry appropriations for
nothing ngalnst the Jailor or officers, muo.ooo.
Okamoto has no lomplnlnt to make. I Immediately nf(cr the recess I shall
He saw a lima kick a Jap far smoking introduce nnother bill covering the en
in his icll. ... tiro remaining estimates of the light-
llonga, charged with murder, was immn tn.iuhmmit
once granuei iiy mo neiK by a giiuid, iiut as It will bo Impossible to Be
llas no complaint to mnke. 'nlru Ul0 cntlro BUm catimtttcd. I wish I
bek Mltsuyo, nciesaory to murder. Cll to push these two bills ahead ar Corner
gets plenty to eat and has no complulnt Ecnuiato emergency measures. I
n , ,. ,. .. J- KALANIANAOLB,
.Si: maIBn,,Con.rla,rM. other prls. Viegalo to Congress from Hawnll
v.....-, m.su oj( iiiu iuuu la KUUil Illlll
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 857 Kaahumaou
19 Taro Patches
situated on School street extension,
For further particulars apply
JA8. F. MORGAN,
I'm ready now to 'show you mule.
I believe tbey aro the best I've sold
yet. Hare a good look; any time, sale
F. MO ROAN,
The choicest lots both an regards
location and price. Let mo show you.
FOR RENT .
Corner Pcnsacola and Klnau Sts.
Healthy locality, cool beautiful sbado
trees. Houses built from architect's
approved plan of latest sanitation.
Close to cars. Cheap rent. h.
Kemalo.whlto fox terrier, long tall, Re
turn D. II. Kelllaa, Fort St. opp. old
Normal School. 3273-2W
DIVIDEND NOTICE. (
CALIFORNIA SAFE DEP08IT AND
California and Montgomery
o'i twn rrancitco.
For tho Blx months ending December
SI, 1803, dividends bnvo been declared
on tho deposits In tho savings depart
ment of this company as followHi
On term deposits nt the- rato of 3 fl-10
per cent, per annum, and on ordlnnry
deposits at tho rato of 3 1-2 per cent,
per annum, freo of taxes, and payable
on and after Tuesday, January 2, 1900.
J. UALZHLL IIHOWN,
2271 2w Manager. ,
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO.
liavo no complaint.
John Knlll, a guard, jiovcr saw pris
oners treated badly. Hoard Hint Olivet
Allan, a lOllntv I una. beat n lirlxminr.
Oliver Allan, a lima, only onco struck ' Nollo prosenils wcro this morning
n prisoner who nsnaultcd him with u entered In tho enses of Klshl, charged
hoc. with assault with a weapon, and of
Dan Kalhunul, A. O. Sllvn and Win. Nlshlura, churged with perjury, bb tin
ICeuiimnltii, prison guards, say pribou- witnesses In both cases have dlsap
crs are fed and treated well. i penrcd.
Lorenzo Colon, charged with mur- In tho case of Taltata, charged wltb
dcr, has been treated well and gets good assault with a weapon, J ml go Hobtn
food, , hon sustained tho demurrer offered by
David Kaulil. deputy Jnllor, novci i. W. Cathcnrt on thd grounds of au
saw prisoners struck. Tho a rand Jury Insufficient stntoment of facts In the
camo to the prison, but did not exam- Indictment. Tho prosecution was al-l 26 California St. San Franclico
Ino the prisoners there. They took" lowed twenty days In which to file a I For tho half year ending December
mein 10 mo court uouec. They nlso ox. bl I or pxcentlons. which is aulta a 31. l'Ju&. n dividend han lmon iinMnm.i
amlned ex-prisoners. luuvol proceeding here. ii.t tho rato of three and six-tenths
' Tho demurrer 111 tho case of Hail. A (3C-10) ocr cent, ncr annum nn nil An.
Mrs. W. A. II. Connor returned tliU Hnwallan charged with neiJury bofora Posits, freo of tnxes. navabln nn nmi &j .. xi..-. r. , .
mnrillni? from fl fwn n-nalru1 vial .... llin llnnril nf llnfrlatrnttMn wnu rtvop. rMn. Tnnciitn, Tnn..nH.. n mnn m... ' ' r,c,cO, "C
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Hawaii. Sho visited tho Volcano and ruled.
after Tuesday. January 2. 190(1. nivt.
Tho defendant entered a nlea dundH not called fnr urn mLl.wi in nn,t '
other places of Intciest. Mis. Connor, of not guilty, llond was fixed at $500, bear tho samo rato of Interest ns tho
in uuuiwuu iu ueiiiK a wun-Kiiuwn uov niynia. ciiarEeu wuu neriurv com rrincinai irnm .mnnnrv l innn i
uimi, is uibu a curiesponucni tor tnu muica ueioro tno uisinct cjourc, en-
Los Angeles Times. tered a plea of not guilty. 3271-2W
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