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BVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JANUAtlY 8, 1900.
The law requires tNt you pay a tax on your dog and that
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 his wagon and there will soon be no more "dog
days" (or that pup.
When you pay your tax It should mean a new Collar, for
any good dog Is worth one new collar a year. Ws have a
large stock of Collars and can fit your dog and your purse at
the same time. We oTso
cult, and a full line of
E.O. Hall &
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S. & W. Tomato Catsup.
No better Catsup Is made. It Is Invaluable as a lellsh for
soup, fish or meat dishes of every description.
8. &. W. Tomato Catsup Is entirely free from artificial color
ing and Is made from celectrd fresh, ripe, red tomatoes.
When buying tomato catsup bear In mind tliat many brands are
prepared and colored with Ingredients which are Injurious to
health. The S. & W. product Is strictly pure In every respect.
Retain MAIN 22.
re are prrpareo 10 supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest si
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Dutter, Eggs, Chick
ns, Turkeys, 8ueklng Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everythln" a FIRTi
CLA38 MARKET Is called upop to furnish.
The. ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Minaeer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78. FORT ST.. OPP. LOVE BLOC
Rooms For' Rent
t very low price, by day, week or month. Rooms are newly furnished; elec
tric lighted: well ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Quests have
privilege of using reception room.
The Majestic Hotel
., CORKER FORT AND HERETATNIA STREETS.
Neatness vs Qhabbiness
The neat man always makes a good Impression the shabby one the oppo.
site. Send your clothes to us and have them pressed.
i Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company.
4. r. colbuhn III. Manager.
JEW YEARS ON MAUI
Sftclal to The nullilln)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 5. The officers
of the Knights of I'ythlas, Aloha Lodge,
gave a ball at tbclr hall on Mill street.
Walluku, last Saturday evening to eel
rbrato tho closing of 1903. It waa una
of the best crowds ever brought to
gether In Walluku for many a long
ady. The gentlemen turned out lu
largo numbers ulillo the ladles had on
their most attractho raiment and look
ed exquisite HcfreshmentB as usual
wore served at midnight. Tho last of
the dancers did not lenvo tho building
until after 1 o'clock, lining rehiciunt
oven at that lata luiur to relinquish
tho fascinating pleasures of tho light
A concert and ball was liken Iso giv
en at tho Sheriff's offlco In Walluku
for the benefit of the Walkapu church.
The affair uj also largely attended,
and those In charge said that thoy ac
quired qulto a handsome sum to bo
used In beautifying tho Walkapu
On New Year's eve the sound nt
liorns and firecrackers In Walluku was
kept up until daylight of tho next
morning, so much so that It was use
less for one to attempt to sleep. On
Tuesday night tho Japanese In Wal
luku celebrated the fall of Tort Arthur
by a big parade and much speech-mak-Ing
at their temple, which lasted until
11 o'clock In tho night. So far drunks
end assaults as the final winding up
of occasions like this have been very
lew compared with formor years.
UlLANI LUKA-Jonuary C, at Kallhl,
Mrs. Ullanl I.uka, aged GO.
Interment at Nuuanu cemetery ou
Detective: "If your.statomcnt Is true
your clothesline was robbed by
tramps." .Urbanlte; "How do jou fig
ure that out?" Detective; "Dhlu't.you
toy they took everything but tho tow
els?" Chicago Dally News.
have collar Locks, Chains, Dog Bli
Glovers Dog Remedies.
- -ii l SSMBI I 11 IHHP1
& Co., Ltd,
Wholesale MAIN 92.
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
MAUIANS WILL DANCE
(Fpeclnl to 7M W!ttl
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 5. Haleakala
Lodge, K. of 1'. (Hawaiian lodge), had
an election of officers nt their last
J meeting in December nnd named tho
I following persons as officers of the
lodgo for tho next six months: T. n.
I Lyons, 0. C; A. IJ. Naono, V. C; S.
in. Knluo. Prelate; W. E. Sarfcry, M.
'of W.j 8. Kelllnol, K. of B. & S.;
Uoo Cockutt, M. A.; Moses Kauhtma-
hu, M of E., W E. Ilnl, M. of E.
The Installation servlco will be held
nt their hall on Jan, 10th, after which
tho members 'will nrocccd to eclcbrato
Mho fourth ammcrsary of tho lodgo.
which was organized Jan. 10th, 1902. A
largo number of Imitations have been
Issued for tho occasion,' the main vXl
of tlio program will bo nt tho Armory,
whole dancing and refreshments will
bo tho order of tho evening.
MAUI PRISON PAROLE
(Bptciol to Tht Dvltellnl
Walluku. Maul. Jan. B. Tho Board
of Prison Inspectors for tho Second
Judicial Circuit met In Walluku today
and adopted the now set of Kules ami
Regulations for tho Parole of Prison'
crs. They will be sent to Honolulu to
day for tho approval of Oovernor Car
ter. Tho regulations aro exactly the
samp as thosa adopted by tho Prison
Board of Oahu. The pardon of a cer
tain offender now serving his time at
Oahu Prison cumo up and tho record
mendatton will bo forwarded to tho
flovcrnor for his final action.
ChrlRtmas festivities were celebrat
ed by the Kakaako Mission Saturday
night. Thoy had been held before but
were rcpiated In tho new hall. Queen
and South Btreets and Kawnlahao lane,
to auommodato those who could licit
be entertained at the old placo. Thero
were hymns, soos, men's nnd women s
choruses and tableaux and a splendkl
evening was enjoyed.
If you have never tried
J jaV sj V ts sf J
jS S JS JS J JS
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whsr.
For sale at all leading hotels and
IC1 TO 105 N. KINO STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
i 133 YEARS MO
Mnnuol Gomel, a Porlo niran boy,
one of tho diggers for money on tho
McCandlcss lot at the corner 6f King
and Bethel streets, recently cleared
of n nunilier of old buildings which
hnvo stood there for years and J curs,
this morning found a Spanish coin dat
ed 173. Coin collectors aro after Ma
nuel In bunches, Many other pieces
of money haio been found by the boys
and men who search among tho trash
nnd dirt over which tho buildings for
merly stood. Nickels, tarnished and
lordly looking Ilka money, but when
klilncil aro tho real thing, are frequent.
ly picked up by the tireless workers.
Thcso money-searchers work alternate.
ly at the pipe line exit from tho dredg
er Pnclflc nnd nhout town where -old
buildings aro being torn down.
PEACE AND HARMONY.
(Continued from Page
about this peaicful state of affairs lu
our county during the past six mouths,
and we pray that the same cordial rela
tions may continue toward tho end of
tho period. Whcro on earth can you
find a Bet of ofnclals working in such
splendid harmony as on Maul CountyT
Burcly not on Hawaii, nor ou Oahu,
and neither that far-off land of Kail
mualll can lay any claim to it. Tho
meetings of Hawaii Hoard hao becu
anything but peaceful. Its Sheriff has
been as pugnacious as though bo had
been gradunlcd from somo SoclallKlIn
Institution at Odessa. Its County At
torney, too, has been interpreting the
law contrary to the fixed opinions of
tho majority of the Hoard. Maul comi
ty lies In the midst of thcso warrlui;
elements and is not atTectcd by tbem.
It goes on carrying Its mission of
mercy nnd kindness to mankind. The
Deputy County Attorney has been trav
elling to liana, Makawao. and 1 ahulnu
to prosecute tases for tho em eminent,
without cost to the Territory. Maul
furnishes an object-lesson to others!
Our finances, too, haie been conducted
cry economically. And we are satis
fied. Tho Hoard met last Tuesday, liotli
day and night, and examined tho rK
ular budget of claims, which wero all
found In due order. The Auditor nnd
Treasurer will present their first semi
minimi reports at tho next, meeting, ns
tho 'December" claims will all bo paid
during this month. The county law re
quired closing the books at thn end of
tho year, hut the County Auditor found
that unworkable as It would ncicssltate
Including Deicmbcr claims Into the
On Wednesday, after the usual rout
ine business In the morning, the Hoard
went to Kahulul In a body to examlna
the experiment with crudo oil on a slip
of Kahulul road 400 feet long by 3D
feet wide. Manager Killer of the Ka
hulul Railroad Company donated thff
oil to the County, and if the experi
ment Is successful, ol) can bo had ul
cost from the Hawaiian Commercial H
Sugar Company, for use on our roads
After examining the road the flvo mem
hers of tho Hoard, viz.: Hennlug.
Church, Majers, Halualanl, and Corn
well, and Clerk Kaao, all accepted tho
hospitality of Hon, A. N. Kepolkal. who
was giving a luau at his Kahulul tUh
pry In honor of the visit of his coiuln,
M. T. Lyons of Honolulu. After doing
justice to tho many most tempting
viands prepared for them by their kind
host, they left the table laden with good
things with regret, nnd returned to
completo their labors nt their lu-ad-
quarters at Wnlluku. Iu the midst, of
pleasures our Supervisors always think
of their duty to their constituents, iiml
hence no luau can keep thorn away.
On Thursday tho Hoard created tho
olllco of County Engineer, and HugU
Howell was appointed at a salary of
(250 per month Including his traveling
expenses. So Honolulu Is not the only
county" which can boast of having a
high salaried county official. Howell Is
tiot only a good road builder but also u
civil engineer by profession, and his
services to the county arc cheap at
(250 per month, for he will have nearly
100,000 worth of new roads under his
special supervision besides'' the $100,
000 of old roads.
The Hoard of Supervisors have noti
fied Hon. 0. Tl. Carter, Governor, nnd
High Sheriff Henry, that the Hoard of
Supervisors and county officials would
move Into the new Walluku Jail as soou
as It Is completed, paying therefor the
annual rental of 300, which la enough
(o pay the Interest on tho loan of the
amount required to complete the new
Jail The arrangement Is hailed with
great Joy by Maul county for this la
on assurance that the new Walluku Jnll
will be completed. The budget for
1906 will be passed on at the next woe!
Ing. And the meeting endod as It opened,
In perfect harmony.
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First quarter of the moon Jan. 2.
The tides at nanuiul and llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time la 10b. 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of tbd meridian of 157.30. The
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
Is the same as Grecnwlsh. Oh Om.
Slmr. W a. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 5:13 a. m.
Am. bk. George Curtis, Kelly, from
Hon Francisco, 5 p. m.
Sttnr. J, A. Cummins, Scarlc, from
Koolau tortn, C p. m.
Stmr. N'lllmu. W. Thompson, from
Kaunl parts, 8:58 a. 111.
Bihr. Charles Levi WooJbury, Harris,
from llllo. 0 . m.
Schr. 1-ady, from Koolau, 11 p. m., ,
u Hli sugar.
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Saturday, January C.
A. It. 3. 8. Kcvadan, Greene, for Ka
liulul and llllo, 7 p. m.
' O. S. S. Sierra, Houdlcttc, from the
Colonies, a. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, Tullctt, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
8, S, Kntcrprlse, Younger, for Sou
Francisco via llllo, 3 p. m.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for windward
Hawaii ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarlc, for Wai
nianalo 7 a. m.
Stmr, Klnau, Freeman, for llllo and
ay ports, 12 m.
j3tmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Ko
ia and Kail ports, 12 m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 6 p. m.
Stmr. Likcllke, Kaopala, for Maul
ports, 12 m.
U. S. Weather nureau.
Monday, Jan. 8.
Tcmperaturos C a. m.,' 70; 8 a. m.,
73; 10 a. m., 74; noon, 75; morning
llarometcr, S a. m., 30.15; absolute
humidity, 8 a, in., 4.5G7 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., -per
cent.; dew point, 8 a. m., 55.
Wind 0 n. m., velocity 10, direction
Ni:; 8 a. m., velocity 13, direction K:
10 a. m velocity 13, direction R; noon,
velocity 15, direction SI.'.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
S n. in., Trace.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 345 miles.
ALHX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Hu
County Treasurer Trent's December
rejiort shows S127.1C8.87 receipts and
disbursements as follows: Attorney's
lolflce. SH75.10; Auditor's office, IS28.8S:
uicrit's omce. 7iu.&u; electric light
department, $2390.40; Ewa and Wala
nao road district, J20I2.3G; flro depart
meat. 18123.70; garbage department,
S2517.C7; Hawaiian band, (3027.31;
keepers of parks, (411.51; Koolauloa,
(827.65; Koolnupoko road district,
? 10(17.(10; Kaplolunl park, (1080.25;
pollco department. (11.045.25: notice
null fire alarm system, (430.13; pound
master, (5.35; road department. (21,-
028.40; sheriffs and deputies, (1157.50;
Treasurer's oflke. (019.23; Walalua
road district, (1707.98; Walauae road
jdlstilct, (423.47; miscellaneous, $11)50.-
w; loini (iisuursements, . ?iii,6SI.SU.
Ualaiuo on hand, (59,584.07.
M m i
The Hawallnu band ghes a publla
moonlight concert this evening at 7:30
at Emma Snimrei as follows;
I PART I.
Overturo "Hclolso and Abclard" ..
I Walti "Uuddlcoro" Sullivan
Ilallad "The Flight of Ages" ..Bevuu
Kantasla on a Popular Song....,,Oclil
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Berger
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection "Grand Duchess". Offenbach
Cavatlna "Lucia" Donizetti
Galop "Bird's Beak'' Fahrbaea
"The Star Spangled Bonner."
County Sohrlff Brown's report -for
tho last six months shows during that
period: 489 arrests for drunkenness;
1,184 arrests for gambling, 821 convic
tions were obtained; 116 arrests wero
made for having cho fa tickets In pos
session, 66 convictions being obtained;
33 arrests wero made for selling spir
ituous liquor without a license, 20 con
victions being ohjnlned. Altogether,
1.1(90 arrests wero made, convictions
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin offtsf
Whitney & Marsh
Our Sale Of
Is Now On
Corset Covers .embroidery trimmed 25c.
Drawers, hemstitched : : : 35 c.
Night Gowns, from. : : : : 45c
Our celebrated "HOME MADE" Underwear
cannot be beaten, j & j .? jf-
Sale will continue for a few days only.
Jan. 15, 1906.
National Stock Company
In the Roaring Farce Comedy
The New Hawaiian One-Act Play,
Written by Ernest Wilkes,
"The Half White
BOX OFFICE OPEN THUR3DAY
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c. 75c,
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE, WHITE
N5W - TO-DAY
8PECIAL MEETING BUILDERS AND
Every member of tho Exchange is
expected to attend tho special meeting
i of tho Exchange to bo held In their
looms, Ellto Hulldlng, Jany. 11th, at
8 p. m.
Matters of utmost Importance to bo
E. G. KEEN,
We take this method of notifying
the public that all accounts duo us
which are not settled within sixty days
lrnm data will bn placed in tho bands
of an attorney for collection.
THE POUTER FUItNITUKE CO.,
Per K. B. POIlTEn.
Honolulu, January 2, 190C. 3275-tt
All accounts, owing tho Coyne Furni
ture Co., Ltd., must be paid In sixty
days from date. All unpaid accounts
nftcr This data will be placed In tho
hands of an attorney for collection. '
COYNE FOBNITUItE CO, LTD.. I
3275-tf By A COYNE.
I'alna Her Tulrntu,
Doctor Tes, ay wife used to boa
Jones What docs she do now?
Doctor-Tries my patience. New
Thirsty Timothy: "De party wot'll
fcit bluy wld do tariff U do one dat'll
Kit my vote." Fuzzy Frederick: "Wol
tU jouse know erbout do tariff?" Thlrs
ly Timothy: ''I know dat I'm In favor
uv puttln' licker on do free list."
Chicago Dally News.
A HAVEN 'i
For the poof weary deferred
dividend policy holder.
920 FOR? STREET
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN5
FOR THE GREAT
ANNUAL DIVIDEND LIFE
Have You Seen
The Latest and Oreatest In
BATHING AND 8HAMP00ING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kino; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J31
In any position of trust and save
you the embarrassment of ask
ing a friend to be your surety.
Ve are agents for the Fidel
ity and Deposit Co., the largest
and strongest of its kind In the
world, We make a specialty of
providing bonds for recently In
stalled officers of lodges and so
cieties, at low rates.
Insurarce Department of
Bishop & Co.
924 BETHEL 8TREET.
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :: street.
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Guaranteed true to name Infertile
TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,
AT IU O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Al luy BUiUBtUUUl, oil nuuuuiuuuu
JA3. F. MORGAN, '
TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumami
street, I will sell
Oak Bedroom Sultos, Bureaus,
Washstands, Mattresses, Pillows,
Iron Bedstead, Rockers, Chairs, Chif
fonier, Steamer Chairs, Hawaiian Mats,
Book Shelves, Itcfrlgcrator, Kitchen
Awnings, Kitchen Table. Oil Stoves,
English Piano, Parlor Orgnn,
Oil Paintings, by Mrs. I, Strong;
Koa Table and Bureaus,
Plates, Dishes, Dinner Sets,
Mirrors. Pictures, Oil Paintings,
Steel Engravings, Hats, Caps,
Jardinieres, Houso Safes,
Combination Book Caso and Writing
Books, Clocks, Chocolate Sets,
Bead Screens, Musical Boxes, Etc.,
JAS. F. MORGAN,"
AT II A.M. DAILY
the finest train going sast
leaves 8an Francisco
Chicago In 3' Days
Call on agent at Irwin t Co. , J,
efflcs and secure Information 1
813 MARKET ST., 8AN FRANCISCO,
CALIFORNIA, U, 8. A.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phono Main 315. Union 8L nr. Hotel,
The PACIFIC HOTEL
Serves tho best 25-cent meal In tht
city. Try It Tickets for 21 meals,
CLEANING and DYEING
W art now nuking sptcUlty of tht l
tbovt work. ' J
Sanitary Steam Laundry, 4
Phono Muln 73
If you desire your food properly sea
soned see I
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8