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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11 , THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 100C.
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Hardware & Supplies
It extensive, large enough for almost every one; but you may want
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The neat man always makes a good Impresalon the shabby one the oppo.
site. Send your clothes to us and have them pressed.
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company.
J. F. COLQURN III, Manager.
We make a specialty of handling
the famous Victor Talking Machines
In all sizes and supply them at the
lowest prices.. We have all the latest
records always on hand and you can't
get them at a lower figure than we
Mil them anywhere In town.
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YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
W.W. Wright Co.
hare opened a horse shoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
iop, etc Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she- aro pre
pared to ao mi work In
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. CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER.
fiflfce and 8tore Fitting, Cabinet Mak
ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
D82 ALAKEA 8T., rear Y. M. C. V
IN VICTOR RECORDS
BERG&TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOW8' BLDG.
821 ALAKEA 8TREET.
Lunch, from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m.,
with Tea, Coffee or Claret, 15 cts.
(Other Drinks Extra.)
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
154 and 158 HOTEL ST..
"fto Rent Hi on sale dt Bulletin.
DO IT. TRY UB.
Co., Sole Agents.
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING,
COAL FOR HONOLULU WATER
Scaled proposals will bo received at
tho office of tho Superintendent of
I'ubllc Works, Honolulu, T. 11., until
12 o'clock m. of January 11th, 190C, for
furnishing the Honolulu Water Works
Department with 200 tons of coal, samo
to bo delivered to (ho Kallhl l'umplng
Didders will specify tho brands of
coal upon which they tender prices.
No coal will bcv.acceptcd tbat is not
freo from slate, dirt or other foreign
Commencement of delhery to be
mado Immediately after tho award of
Proposals must bo submitted In a
pealed cuvclopu addressed to C. S. Hol
low ay, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro
posals for 200 tons of coal."
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
reserve tho right to reject any or all
C S. HOLI.OWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Mono
lulu, January 9, 1906. 3277-21
Mules For Sale
Thirty-two Head of Young Mules for
sate. Just arrived ex Bark George Cur
tis. Apply to
McCabe, Hamilton &. Renney.
Firewood For Sale
We offer the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railway at S3 per cord on
the ground, or S5 per cord delivered
to ony part of the city.
Good wood at a low price.
Lord & Belser
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Gamara & Co., Props.-
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
terved by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATI0N.
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
If you have never tried
c ot j o j
jp o j o
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sale at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTiAhe & Co.
tCt TO 105 N. KING STRECT.
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! BUSINESS DIRECTORY
GUNSMITH & GENERAL REPAIR.
Go and see Wong Kau for loek, gun
smith mid Rcnrral repairing Nun
nnu liotv. Merchant and Mug SU.
The American Hawaiian S. S. Alas
kan, from Pugct Sound, arrived this
morning and docked at tho railroad
wharf. She has 3,750 tons or flour and
Iced for this port. The Alaskan will
probably leao hero January 15th. go
ing to Kahulul and then to llllo. From
the Inst named port sho will go direct
to the Delaware Drcaknatcr with su
gar The cssol left tho Sound New
Year's day. Smooth weather was ex
perienced throughout tho trip
During the Nojagc First Mate Den
nett Injured himself In a serious man
ner and v. as taken to tho Queen's "11or
pltal this morning. Ho will probably
Lo able to continue with thu ship ou
her long ojage.
This afternoon stoedores wcro put
to work loading sugar midships whllu
Gangs of men worked at both ends of
tho largo steamer, taking freight from
her hold. About 7,000 tons will bu
taken on here. Of this 4,000 tons Is
Already ou hand and it Is expected the
remaining 3,000 tons will arrive on thu
different Island steamers and thu rail
road b) the end of this week.
At Kahulul more sugar will bo taken
on and the cargo completed at llllo.
Tho Alaskan will take In thu neighbor
hood of 12,000 tons of Hawaiian sugar
for tho Eastern market. Something
llko 200,000 bags of sugar will bu
stored away In her hold when sho gets
away from llllo. The Alaskan will
probably return from Philadelphia 01
New York along about tho end of th
sugar season just In tlmo to got anoth
r full cargo. Captain Nichols is tho
REV. WATSON TO STOPOVER
Itev. George D. Watson. D. D.. a Dl
Llo student of noto, who wns hero a
)car ago, returned from tho Colonies
rn tho S. S Moana, and has been lu
diced to stop ocr ono steamer to
give a scries of Dihlo expositions
Most of them will bo given In tho Y.
M. C. A. hall afternoons at 4, begin
ning today, nnd are especially for
Christians of nil creeds. Thero will
bo no meeting Saturday. Sunday, Dl.
Watson will tako tho regular Y. M.
C. A. servlco at 4:30. Uuslness men
s well as Christian workers and wo
men aro Invited to attend at 4 o'clock
TO ADVERTISE HAWAII
A. K. James, chief of tho bureau nf
Information for tho Southern I'ncllU.
has written to Secretary Wood of tha
Promotion Committee to tho effect thut
three pigeon holes In his department
liac been resorted for Hawaii litera
ture. Alfo mentioning tho fact that
advertising matter from the commutes
Is bring scattered by tho railroad com
pany along Its different branches and
wlthojit cost to tho Honolulu organiza
Tho steamer Eleu Is betas painted
She Is lying nt the Inter-Island dock.
Tha annual visit ot tho Inspectors of
Hulls and Hollers Is tho cause ot tbo
clean up ou tho Eleu and other boats.
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
fOUNQ BUILDING. .
TEL. MAIN 339.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Dulldlng Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
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Kull moon Jan. 10th at 6:06 a. m.
The tides at ttanulul and llllo occur
about an hour earlier tbao at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard rime la loh 30m
slower thau Oieenwlch time, being
tbat of' the meridian of 157.30. Tne
time whittle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
It the same as (Ireonwlsb. Oh Om.
Thursda January 11
It M S. S. Moana, Olbb, from Syd
lie), C:30 p. in.
Thursday, nJnuary 11.
Slmr. Nneau Pcricrson, from Kuwait
lKirtn, G:4S n. m.
Kttnr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
ports, fl:UG n in.
A -II. S. S. Alaskan. Nichols, from
Seattle, S n in.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins. Scarle. from
Wnlmniialo, 1:30 p. m. with 1000 bags'
Wednesday, January 10.
Stmr Nllliau. W. Thompson, for An
ahola and Dlecle, S p. m.
Schr Ka Mol, for Ilonolpti and Ko
lialalelc, 4 p. m.
Thursday, January 11.
It. M. 3 S. Moana, (llbb, for Victoria
and Vancouver, 1 n. m.
O. S. 8. Ventura, Ilajward, for Col
onics, 12:15 a. in.
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Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, C p. m.
Stmr. Claiiiline, Parker, for
pons, i p. m.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Nlblack, for Pearl
Harbor, 4 p. m.
U. S. Aux. Siturn, Newell, Irom Mid
way, PASSENQERS ARRIVED.
Per Htmr, Claudlne from Maul ports,
Jan. 11. Prom Hana: K, 0'HrIcn, It.
II Anderson. Mrs. Anderson, Dr. 8L
Sure, l'rom Kahulul: MUs N. Dan
iels, Miss II. ailhus, Miss M. Vincent,
Miss Knllno, Mrs. A. Poole, P. J. Dell,
r Vlila. MMs It. Peck, Mrs. C J. Cooj
er. V. Vf. Chamberlain. Mrs. Rockfort,
Miss lloikfort, J. M. Vhas. From I.a
hnlna: V. IJ. Thompson, C. Daly, O.
A. Do Ccrv and 40"on deck.
U, S. Weather nurcau,
Jan. 11, 100C
Temperatures 6 a. in., 70; 8 n. m.,
72, lu 11 in 74; noon, 70; morning
llnromelcr, 8 a. m., 30.05; absolute
humidity, 8 a in.. 4.935 grains nor cu
bic foot, rclatlvo humidity, 8 n. m OS
per cent , dew point, 8 a. m , 57.
Wind C a. m., voloclty 10, direction
NU; 8 a in , velocity 12, direction K;
10 n. 111., udoclty 14, direction tiU;
uoon. Mdodly 7, direction NE.
ltalnfall during 24 hours ended
K a. m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement dnrlni? 24'
hours ended at noon, 181 miles.
AU;X. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
"How do joii know that jou hao a
voulT' asked tho.Kunday school teach
er. " 'Cause," answered tho smnll boy
lu whoso minds souls and hearts wero
tho fame, "I can hear it tick."
TENDER FOR FURNISHING ROAD
BUILDING MACHINERY FOR
COUNTY OF OAHU,
UlddcrB will mako proposals for do
Ihery of machinery f. o. b. Honolulu.
Didders will stato shortest time ot
Btieh delivery after contract Is let. Tho
Hoard reseru-a tho right to reject any
or all tenders.
1. Two 20,000 lbs. latest Improved,
'wheel typo steam road rollers.
2. Two outfits, consisting ot tho fol
lowing ench No'. 3 gyratory crusher
mounted on steel beam frnmo; wltn
vtc-el wheels, tongue, neck yoko and
double trees, making .outfit portable.
Crusher equipped with back driving
gear; 30 ft. plpo framo elevator com
plete with best rubber belt and eleva
tor buckets, etc.
Three section revolving screen, 32
In. diameter and 12 ft. long. Each sec
tlon to havo proper perforation for
eroding material. Screens complete
with trudio. drlvlntr chains, etc. 2
ablu engines to onerate crushers,
able ciiglnes and boiler mounted on'
bteel wheels complete with tongue for
Homes. Duller of locomotlvo typo. Ca
pable of developing 20 horsepower, en
glno to b mounted ou holier and to
bo 9x12, capable of 20 h. p. or iru.o,
Englno to hae iwo band wheels and
to bo furnished with belting for driv
Sealed proposals will be rcccUcd at
the ofllco of County Cleric until
o'clock Jnn. ICtli, 1906
Whitney & Marsh
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by tlrtuo of a certain ex
ecution Issued out of tho Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii, on tho Sth day of Janunry, 1900,
In tho matter of Frnnk K. Thompson,
Plalntlfr, s. Oco. F. McLcod, Defend
ant, I did levy upon nnd shall offer for
fale and sell at public auction to tha
highest bidder, at tho front cntranco
of tho Capitol Dulldlng In Honolulu,
County of Oahu, In said Territory, nt
12 o'clock noon of Saturday, tho 10th
day of February, A. D.. 1906, all the
right, title and Interest of tho said
Geo. F. McLcod In and to all tho here
inafter described property unless tho
rum of Nina Hundred nighty six and
C5-100 Dollars ($9SC C5), that being tho
amount for which said execution Is
cued, together with Interest, costs and
my fco nnd expenses, aro previously
(1) L. C. A. 104, r. 1i, to Kckua
nnoa, sltuato at Kalla, Walklkl, Hono
lulu, County of Oahu, aforesaid, area
10,525 square feet, comprising Lot 17
and part or Lot 18, laid put by M. D.
Uonsarrat, Suncor, for Mrs. 1:. K.
Pratt, being more particularly describ
ed ao follows: to-wit:
Commencing nt tho north corner ot
this lot at angle ot tho fence adjoining
tho Afong property and running:
1. S. 66' 66' E. truo 108.5 feet along
road (Illshop Estate)
2. S. 38 65' W. true 100 feet along
3. N. 50 55 W. truo 102 feet along
Lots 11 and 12, laid out by M.
D. Monsarrat for Mrs. E. K.
4. N. 31 53' E. true 100 feet along
tho Arong property to tho ini
(2) All that pleco or parcel of land
(part of tho land described as Apana 2
of I. C. A. 1615 lo Kalhoolua), situate
i.t said Kalla, area 319 square feet,
comprising bath lot O. of tho said lots
laid out as aforesaid, being moro par
ticularly described as follows, to wit:
Commencing at tho north corner of
this lot at fenco adjoining tho Afong
property; this north corner is located
by survey as follows: IVom tho north
corner of tho Pratt property at anclo
of fenco adjoining tho Afong property
run s. 34- 53' W. truo 182 feet nlone
fence along tho Afong property, thenco
S. 48' 45' W. truo 117.2 feet alone
tamo to tho north corner of Lot O and
50 55' E. truo 28 feet nlong
Lot "H" to lano 5 ft. wide;
2. S. 38 65' W. truo 11 feet nlong
3. N. 6G 65' W. truo 30 feet nlong
Lot "K" to fonco; thenco
4. N. 48 45' E. true 11.4 feet along
fenco along tho Afong proper
ty to Initial point.
Thxi said pieces or parcols being
thoso described In deed of Lllanct
Cooko nnd others to said Oco. F. Mc
Lcod, dated April 14, 1899, recorded In
Liber 194, pages 150-158, Hawaiian
lleglftry of Convcjances; and
(3) All tnat ploco or parcel of land
(part of the land described In Tl. P.
1493, L. C. A. 101. K. h) situated at
(aid Kalla, area 2080 squaro feet, com
prising all thu land described In deed
of J. O. Carter ct al. to defendant, dat
ed November 14, 1S99, recorded In Li
ber 203, pages 167-1C8, Hawaiian Reg
istry of Conveyances, being moro par-
llcuiaily described as follows, to wit:
Deglnnlng nt tho East corner of the
Afong promises on tho makal Bide ot
Kalla Iload and run by tho truo merid
S. 75 60 E. 118 8 feet along tho ma
kal side or Kalla Road; I
S. 38 66 W. 38.6 feet along n lnno
N. 6C 65' W. 108.5 feet along tho
McLcod promises, to tho Inl-.
tlal point. I
Parcels "1" and "3" abovo aro to
gether and constltuto ono pleco, and
Parcel "2" abovo Is a bath lot at beach
near and appurtenant to same.
The abovo described properties are
pubject to a mortgage ot said Geo. F.
McLcod and wlfo to E. Faxon Dlshop,1
dated October 4, 1905, of record In tho
nort-l'lnwallan neglstry of Conveyances In,
""-loer -is, pago zu, lor iiuuuuv.
at Honolulu, January 9th,
OEO. C. SEA,
Deputy High Sheriff, Territory of
3277 Jan 10, 11, 21. Feb 9.
Ciistoner: "I want a nlncBhot ro-
cnlver." flnnamtlh (Vn hnvn nnth.
(nB uut fio and Blx shooters, Blr." Cus-I
tpmor: "Won't dot I want to Kill a
tat." Chicago Dally Nows.
Jan. IS, 1906.
National Stock Company
In the Roaring Farce Comedy
The New Hawaiian One-Act Play,
Written by Ernest Wilkes,
".The Half White
DOX OFFICE OPEN THUR8DAY
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c, 75c.
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"For Sale" cards at Bulletin oflfc
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FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1908, '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M j J
AT MY SALESROOM, 847 KAAIIU'
MANU STREET. j
"' . L JA8. F. MORGAN, -
High Sheriff's Sale
CAPITOL DUILDINO, HONOLULU,
THUR8DAY, JANUARY 11,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
SYSTEM, PLANT AND PltOPERTY
Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Further particulars, apply WM.
HENRY, High Sheriff Territory of Ha
JA9. F. MORGAN,
Valuable Taro Lands
8ATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu
19 Taro Patches
situated on School street extension,
For furtner particulars apply
JA8. F. MORGAN,
AT II A.M. DAILY
the finest train going east
leave San Franclico
Chicago In 3 Days
Call on agent at Irwin & Co. J
efflca and secure Information
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Det. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
CLEANING and DYEING
W art now miVtog ipccUltyof tht
abovtwork, - -
Sanitary Steam Laundry,
Phone Alain 73
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Corner HOTEL and DETHEL STS ,
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