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e-VKNINU UULLKTIN. HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1000.
The Little Ads with
(Iso Pngo H, NEW TO -
CJood pasture for 12 cows Address,
stating price, to tt., P. O. Dox 119.
HOUSB-Ou Vlnoyard St.
HOUSE On Ileach at Walklkt.
OFFICES In Watty Building.
WARK110U8E3 On Queen Street.
Imprarrd and Unimproved Proper-
Homes la all rarts or the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Ilorctanla St. 3270-lw
Gottaget la Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Woag XwiJ, Smith St., mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
wrj furnished mc.uulto proof rooms.
AS 84 Vineyard St. 2728 tf
(Tanlshed rooms at 1223 Emma str
Mr. McConnell. 2B3
On Rapid Transit car between Wal-.
kllil Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha'
Tcmplo fca. Kinder return to thin
office for reward. 3271-tf
Female white fox terrier, long tall. Ro-
turn U. II. Kelllaa, Fort St. opp. old
Normal School. 3273-2W
Our $65 White
art marvels of beautv and du
rability. 1 hey stand 5 feet 8
Inchea, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raited letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Klands. Box 184.
IN VICTOR RECORDS
DERD8TR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
Ml NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 258. P. O. Box 948
Vine Job Printing at The Bulletin
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Beit black sand from 32 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
Xing, Maunakea SI; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANINQ.
Ueontra dy.to (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
ashes employees. 620 King St.
r. Hayashi Clothes cleaned, repaired
M dyed.' (37 Beretanla BL
Vt heuee-help, phone Whte 2891, Ma
MM. General Employment Office,
sor. Pessacola and Beretanla.
Umbrellas repaired and bran polish
tAS. TakaU, 1284 Fort Bt,
BIS NESS DIRECTORY
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
Beef cattle for salo at Ka
huku Ranch, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 U
The finest assortment. (In the Islands)
of smokers' articles. Imported from
England; Including a large stock of
three 11 good In fancy cases. Also
nil tho leading brands of Clear Ira
vana and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian and Turkish cigarettes at the
lowest prices. Ladles or others de
siring to mako Holiday gifts to smok
ers, nro Invited to call and Inspect
tho-stock before buying elsewhere,
Myrtle Cigar Storo, Fort Street
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., bed r., clcc. wlro, one block
from 2 car fines, lot 60x83; 32230
Easy payment. P. E. It. Straucb,
Wnlty Uldg., No. 74 King St.
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. P.. this otllco.
Soccnll-hand Smith Premier typewrit
er. In good condition. Inqulro Sing
it Sewing Machine Store, Alakea St,
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
two to two years old. Apply R. G.,
Dox 40, Llhuo, Knuat. 32GC-lm
Gold-trimmed back combs, cheap. Sang
On Kcc, Jeweler, 130 King St., opp.
City Market. 3250-lm
3bcap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. 8. K.. Uulletln.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
177 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DC L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
(Special to The Bulletin)
Kolae, Molokal, Jan. 2. Christmas
and New Year over and dono with.
Ihero has been so llttlo to mark tho
holiday season ono might think It a
huge mistake. On Christmas day
there was a ball game at Kaunakakal
between tho Kaunakakalans and t1i
Knmaloans reinforced with Honolulu
ons. There was also a horso race.
On New Year's day thcro was agalu
a horso race at Kaunakakal.
On tho eve of Christmas and New
Year the Kamalo and also the Kauna
kakal boys favored ail the neighbor
hood vrlth their pleasant music. Tht
songs were good.
The British community discussed
turkey and plum-pudding, together on
Tbpre are no grown-up glrlH left hero
and no visitors; so this ends out
Fine Job PrlnuuK at The Bulletin
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warorooms
of L. K. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Bee Hastings for repairs f Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Rear union Grill.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed,
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel SL
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bono. 1111 Fort BL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
s-zZ!Zntnmltm9p v .mitt v HvOTwi4iWiiUl l
Tht Villain I "She lookt well preserved."
The 8oubrittet "Ch, yet, but I hardly think the would stand a cheml.Jtl
ill iap 3 p. i
The Oceanic S. S. Sierra, Command
er Houdlette, arrived off port early till
rooming and docked at her wharf about
8 o'clock. The cssel left Sydney
Christmas day. The voyago was with
nut any unusual Incident, except dun
Ing the last four, days, when rougl,
weather and head winds were encount
Among the through passengers I
Miss Nclllo Stewart and a theatrical
troupe from the Colonies. Tho com
pany will mako a tour of the UnltoJ
States playing "Sweet Nell of Old
Drury," on of tho well known plays.
A. Kelly, a correspondent of the
I.os Angeles Times and a well knows Oraham of tho Phelps has painted hli
newspaper man, Is nhoard the Sierra ship and mado the vessel look like new.
with his vlfo and ton. Mr. Kelly has As soon as the Kenllworth finishes ills
been touring Now Zealand and Austrs,- charging her cargo of coal Captain Col.
lla for the purpose of studying the po-
lltlcnl and commercial conditions. With
his family he tpent tho day hero visit
Ing a number of places of Interest
Mr. Kelly has had a number of In
tcrcstlng experiences during his nnws
paper career. It was he, while work
Ing for tho Examiner nt San Francisco,
who rescued several Italian flshcrnitu
from a rock In the bay after thtlf
111 es had almost been clven tin. .Mi.
Kelly Is also somewhat of a huntsman
and has been on numerous expeditions.
During ono of his trips he captured
"Monarch," the grizzly hear now on ev ,
htbitlon at Golden Gato Park, S.tU
I'rnnclsco. Mr. Kelly is an oxuer!
rifle shot. I
Six passengers for Honolulu arrived
on the Sierra. They aro: J. W. Nenl,
Richmond! Edward Heddole and Mrs.
Tho Sierra leaves for San Frnnclscn personal prnpcriy oi .ikciikc m uieg
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. She will l"2ec,: J?000, U 27, p 3W' Datc0
take a number of Honolulu peop.'o tg Vl ,,,.; ..'...,. . ,,. ,,
the Coast. ' Knpiolanl Est Ltd et al to Archibald
Purser Walton has prepared the fn' s Cleghornj D; Int In real and person-
lowing log of the Sierra's voyage:
"Sailed from Sydney. N. 8. W.. lift
ember 25, 1905, at 2 p. m. Had lln
weather with moderate to light south
erly winds across tho Tasman sea, ar
riving in Auckland. N. 7... on December
29 nt 5:27 a. m. Sailed the samo day
at 0:49 p. m. Weather continuod tine
With moderato to fresh trade winds lu
arriving nt Pago Pago January 2d, 190C,
si r.i a. m. bauea tne same date at
11:20 a. mv Had strong northeast
trades throughout the remainder of the
voyage with vory high head seas from
tho equator until arrival oft Honolulu
on January 9th at 5:00 a. m. Length
of passage, steaming tlmo, 14 days IS
hours, 27 minutes; detentions in way
ports, 17 hours 5 minutes, making total
time occupied 15 dayg 11 hourso .".
"I know a fellow who Haved two
lives In ono day,
"Oh, that's nothing. I once saved
nlno lives In five minutes."
"How did you muiiago that?"
"Oil, I Just picked a cat out ef two
feet of water."
James R. Garfield Is already a cab!
tut possibility. Early in his political
career his friends learned to oxpect
trffif thlncra tt Vt I m ntwl Yin uiiatna in
li, fulfilling their predictions. Ho is a
joung man yet and may travel to tho
goal reached by his Illustrious father.1
SLWAll SHIPS Id .
Preparations are being made by the
two four-masted Scwall barks now in
port awaiting sugar for a race from
Honolulu to the Delaware Breakwater
Tho vessels arc the Ertkine M. Phelps
and tlio Kenllworth. It Is probnblo
that the former will get out a week oq
to before the other and the men of the
Kenllworth are living in hones they
I will overtake and pass their rival be
fore the four months' oynge Is com
pleted. The race around the Horn will
start some time during the early part
Doth vessels have been put In first
class condition since arriving here from
tho other sldo of the Pacific. Contain
ley will put men to work cleaning hit
UI outsldo.nnd on the Interior. In
uddltlon he will paint the hull Willi
white lead mixed with tallow. This
work was begun today. It Is an ex
pensive Job but the men figure that
much time will bo made up on account
of this fact between Honolulu and the
breakwater. The lead and tallow mnk
tho side of the vessel smooth and an
coruingiy allows the boat to puu
through the water more rapidly
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Recorded Jan. 2. 1908.
Ilaympnd C Coan by gdn to J E El-
Ilcl; lira insurance policy for
500. U 100, p 172. Dated Dec
. ?.wnn.nn.?,it"1 D '"J'1 ?" ."'' onu w?
(0 1'"a A L '-cns; u; mt in real and
nl If"l"-,")r ' LikellUe M Clcghorn,
dec; 110,000. B 277, p 302. Dated Doc
Wm 11 Castlo and wt by atty to
Bishop of Zeugma; D; por R P 7108,
Kill C4G0. Ap 0, Kallhl, Honolulu; 83
&00. B 277, p 304. Dated Dec 29, 1905.
Louls P Asbahr by atty to Man
Chong; AL: Int In pc land, School St,
Honolulu; J120. B 273, p 402. Dated
uec a, iua.
Hop Wo Co to Sec Kwong; DS;
leasehold, taro crops, horse, wagon,
etc, Manoa, Honolulu; 3450. B 274, p
419. Dated Dec 11, 1905.
A Lewis Jr to August Hanebcrgr
i; Int In lot 22, blk 1), Kaptolanl tract
Honolulu; 3250. B 277, p 308. Dated
Jan 2, 1900.
Loklnahama Kahal and hsb et nl by
am of mtgeo to Trs of Est of S C Al-
Ion; Korc Affdt; pes land and bldgs,
Punchbowl and Merchant Sts, Honolu
lu; 10 shares Wntahia Agrl Co Ltd. B
275, p 313. Dated Dec 30, 1905.
1 (Iciman Bcnovolcnt Socy to n R Ran
mng; D; pc land, Haubaukol, Honolu
lu; $400. B 277, p 309, Hated Dec 30.
i Emma A Kalilmi ct al by afft
mtgeo to Tr of Susie F Cartwrlght;
Fore Affdt; lots 19 to 20 (Incl), blk 3,
Puunul tract, Honolulu. 11 275, p 323,
Dated Dec 30, 1905.
Ah Look to Wing Man Chong; CM;
2 leaseholds, bidg and c.ne, Kanmana,
lllllo; 81500. B 275, p 309. Dated Dec
1 Peck and wf to First Bank of Hllo
Ltd: D; pc land, S Hllo, Hawaii; 31.
J) 277. p 307, Dated Nov 23, 1905.
Louisa Mossman and hsb (W L) to
William L Decoto; M; Int In Kul 3399,
Walluku. Maul: $150. B 275. p 311.
P"60 De 2'. 190B
Minnie Iona to Manoel J Pnvao; D;
11 P 4321, Kul 7C77, Ap 1, Hanapepe
valley, Kauai; $100. B 277, P 306. Da
ted Dec 20, 1905.
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The BU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulla,
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin.
nt Per month' Weeklv Bu,letl'
Fine Job Printing at The Bulled
In the selection of a mcdlclno to
cure you of Stomach, Liver or Row
el disorders, the Bitters should be
your first choice. Past experience
has proven Its value In cases of
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE,
INDIQE8TION, DY8PEP8IA, COS-
TIVENE8S, GENERAL DEBILITY,
AND MALARIA, FEVER AND
Try a bottle. All druggists.
KONA NEWS NOTES!
Kallua, Kona, Jan. 4. Deputy High
Sheriff Ocorgo Sea visited the Konns
on business a week ago, returning to
Honolulu by the Mauna I.oa of Dec,
Former Deputy Sheriff Nahnle was'
the successful bidder to tho Icafio of,
the Kahaluu, Kcauhou, lands of the
Blthop Estate. It Is stated that Na-
bale's rent on this lease Including tho
taxes per annum amounts to $1800.1
1 IllffU IU11U3 Utll IUIIBIB, ML (,, IUI -
Hon maukn of the mauka government
road from Knhaluu-iika to Kcauhou
ukn. The mnkal portion Is under
Land Commissioner Thos. White's
Mrs. Thos. Alu of Kallua and her
family returned from Walmea by tho
Mauna I.oa of Dec. 30. The samo boat
also brought Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaelema
kulc Jr. and son from Kawalhae.
Mr. and Mrs. Amalu of South Kona
nrrived at Kallua by the Mauna Loj
of Dec. 30. From there they took U
There has Wen n good deal of fes
tivity both In North and South Konl
during the Christmas and New Year
Word Is received from South Kohnla
that Samuel Spencer's little ponies car
ried all the first prizes both at tho
Walmea rates on Christmas day and
at Honokaa on Now Year's. Ono of
the ponies Is nnmed "Kehaulanl," af
ter Mrs. Spencer, meaning "Tho De,vJ
of Heaven," and tho other "Pony," a
pet name, given hyMiss Jcnnette Spen
cer when tho was quite a baby. Tlicsi
samo hones have nctcr yet lost u
race, although they havo been In
many contests. Samuel M. Spencer is
the popular yuteuall player and book
keeper of the Parker ranch at Walmea.
F, B. McStoel.cr Is expected lu Kona
by the Mauna Loa today from Hllo via
Services wero held at Christ Church,
Kalnaliu, en Christmas day, Quito n
number attended both tho moruliitf
and communion service.
Mrs. S. M. Hpenrcr gave a poi lunch
at her Puukapu place, Walmea, on
Dec. 28th, 1905. Thp'io present wera
Mrs. Th03. Alu nnd Mrs. U S. Aung3t
of Kona, Mrs. Fred Carter, Mrs. E. E.
Conaut and Misses Daisy, Bell, Acker
man and Conant.
Dr. Goodhue, agent for the Board of
Health and registrar for tho Konas, Is
at present In Honolulu.
Robert Oicruid continues Invostlga
tine tho possessions of tho now sugar
tompnny at Kaliulul. It is rumored
that tho land owners will let Mr. .Mc
Stockcr hne their lands freo of rent
lor a year or so, this to give the plu'i
tctlon a start. If this is correct, thcro
l8.no reason why North Kona should
complain in the future.
. David Alawa states that h has a
$1000 damago suit against Dr. E. S.
Uoodhue, to be brought before the.
April Jury court terra at Kallua. Ala
wa was one of tho party arrested as a
The coftee picking season Is almoel
The sisal machinery Is being put up
at the Kaelcmnkulo coffee drying place
at Kallua. The McWayncs aro tho for
tunate promoters of the new Industry
In the Konas,
Editor KvcnliiR Uulletln: Aloha ooi
I see In tho Kallua Notes of your Is
ono of Dec. 28th, 1U0:,, "that n certain
rarty Is being credited with tho circu
lating of the petition for tho removal
of tho Government Physician of tho
I wish Jo stato It was I alone (being
ono of tho clean peoplo arrcstod as u
leper by Dr. Ooodliuo) who had tha
petition matter and promoted Its cir
culation the complaints being con
firmed by tho hundrods of signature.
that accompanies my own.
This petition goos to the Hoard of
Ucaltb today. .
Holualoa, N. Korm, H, Jtn. 3, 190(C
David was about to slay Oollath with
tho tiny pebblo when he tossed tho
catapult away and dropped-tho' pebblo,
"Can It bo possible," 'exclaimed a
Irl.end in surprise, "that you aro going
to spare tho giant's life?" "Oh, no,"
chuckled David, "but I am not going
to bo bo ancient as to use a sling. I
am going to drop the pebble in his cal
dron of soup when ho Is not looking
and give him appeTidlcIfTs, Thars"more
modern." And David sneaked off to
the giant's kitchen to fulfill his mo
tion. Chicago Dally Nows.
Pay as you go, and thero is no comeback.
tw t4iHmt pHtVHipHvit H i M
ilf we are cheerful, aympathetle and gay, the world responds in
kind; If we are gloomy and gray, the world sight a solemn accompan
iment It Is a matter of fact that we largely get from the world In
proportion to what we give. The Idea that you have got to work for
happiness and brightness, actually paying for It In Itt own coin, Is
true In every phase of life. It Is true of your home as of yourself, A
gloomy house will not attract cheerful people, and a dim light will
shadow a smile. f
Have the light of lights, Electric Light, Installed In your home
and all will be light and happiness, and there will be never a shadow.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd.
f Office King St.. near Alakea
Lovers Of Good Living
Will be delighted to tee the array of delicacies on our Deltcatetten
Counter. The S. 8. Alameda brought ua a splendid consignment of
tatty food novelties from the mainland markett, Including
FANCY CHEESE, SMOKED EELS, MACKEREL
and some excellent OLIVES in bulk
This It the flnett aatortment of Deltcatetten we have had for a
very long time.
Metropolitan Meat Co., LtcL
Telephone Main 45
We are prepared to supply tht People of Honolulu with Frtthttt el
ISLAND MEAT8. Alto, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlek
tnt, Turkeys, Sucking Plgt, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everythln" FIRtTt
CLA88 MARKET le called upon to Mrnlth.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manner.
TF.LEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT 8T OPP. LOVE BLD.
HiH0Vi0HHitH0 tHi MUX
1 .Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A. New Man In Every Bottle.
POR SALB EVERYWHERE
McPARLANB&Co., Sole Agents.
Rooms Fop Rent
at very low price, by day, week or month. Rooms are newly furnished; elec
tric lighted; well ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Guests have
privilege of using reception room.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER PORT AND BERETATNIA STREETS.
Y. SUQA SHOTEN
Wholesale 5fc Retail Liquor Dealer,
B g Stock of .Upsnese and America Liquors, 'inzal Saloon in connection.
IWILEI AND KINQ 2TRL.U8.
'OSTOFFICE BOX 800. TELEPHONE MAIN B2
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Franclteo Agents The N
rada National Bank of-San Franclteo
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tlonal Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith'! Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchtige Nt,
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Uonr
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bask
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British. North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of ,
change bought and sold.
Collection sPromptly Accounted For.
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OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.. $200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,000.00
Pretldent ...-. Cecil Brown
Vice Pretldent M. P. Roblnton
Cathler L. T. Peck
Ofllce: Corner Fort and King Stt.
SAVINGS, DEPOSITS received and
tnterett allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-S per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
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Commercial and Travelers'
Letter of Credit Ittued on
the Bank of California and N.
M, Rothtchlldt & Sons, Lon
don. Corretpondentt for the
American Expreu Company,
and Thot Cook & Son.
Interett allowed on term
and Saylngt Bank Depotttt.