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EVENING DOLLKTINrnONOLULO, T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 1271806,"
The Littte AcJs with the Big Results
Soo Poko B, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
By young man from Coast, 10 years
cxpcrlcnco general dry goods, men's
furnishing and shoes, position as
salesman; best references Address
W.. Bulletin. 3277-lw
A reliable driving horse, sound, me
dium slio or larger. K., Bulletin of
HOUSE On Vineyard 8L
HOUSE On Deach at Walklkl.
0FT1CE9-In Walty Ilulldlng.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Tropcr
Houies In all parts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen At
783 Ilcrotanla St 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwrl, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
twly furnished mosquito proof rooms
A'. 84 Vineyard SL 2728 tf
CUrnlshcd rooms at 1223 Emma Btrcei
Mrs. McConnell 266.4
LOS'I . !
0a,.atid TrnnB.ltc,ar, ,V;t,CCny!11
"" "" uu ..ummi, """
Tcmplo fez. Under return to this
"'"" "" '-"" i
Female whtto fox terrier, long tall, no
turn D. II. Kelllaa, Fort St. opp. old
Normal School. 3273 2w
LOST, STRAYED OR 8TOLEN.
One sorrel horse, one bay mare. Finder
will receive reward by calling at 606
3277-3t E II WODEHOUSE
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8 '
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Bole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THe"
City Renovating ICo:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 ;: fort :: street.
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
nest black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according tn distance hauled Coral
rocks for stablo, roads and side
walks; firewood, Third door below
King, Maunakca St.; P. O, box 820.
Tclcphono Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 lleretanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Goncrai Employment Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and lleretanla.
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
niank books of all sorts, ledgers,
btc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
Beef cattle for sale at Ka-
huku llanch, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 U
The finest assortment, (In the Islands)
of smokers' articles, Imported from
England; including a large stock of
three It gqpds In fancy cases. Alto
all the lending brands of Clear Ita
Mirm and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tlnn and Turkish cigarettes at the
Ion est prices. Indies or others do
siring to make Holiday elfts to smok
ers, arc Invited to call and Inspect
the stock before buying elsewhere.
Myrtle Cigar Store, Kort Street.
I 1 2 story resldenco, 1213 Matlock
Ate, 4 bed r., elcc. vsiro, ono block
from 2 car lines, lot 00x83; $2250
Easy pa) menu I', E It Straucli,
Walty Illdg., No. 74 King St.
Pino comer lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and I'unahou
College. Address It. F, this office.
Secondhand Smith Premier tvpcwrlt
er, In good condition. Inquire Sing
er Sewing Machlno Store, Alakca SL
tn quantities, sprouted coconnuts from
ono to two j ears old Apply It. O.,
Uox 40, l.lhuo, Kauai 32C6-lm
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address R S. K.. Uullctln.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILOINO, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KINO 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR.AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Family of Rail End Ufa Tocathar.
In the yard oi a local residence, a paihetlo
sight was seen the other morning. Near
the water faucet was a family of dead rats.
They had eaten Stearns' Electric Rat and
Roach Paste and rushed out of the house to
the nearest point where there was water,
and gavoup life together. Stearns' Electric)
Rat and Roach Paste Is sure death. It Is
easy to use and absolutely guaranteed to
kill cockroaches, waterbugs, rats, mice, etc,
driving them out oi the bouse to die. Deal
ers generally have the Paste for sale, or
package will be sent, express prepaid on re
ceipt of price by the Stearns' Electric Pasta
Co., Tribune Ilulldlng, Chicago, III. Small
size, 25c; Hotel size, eight time Jia
A. C. MONTGOMERY
QUEEN ST. opp. INT.-I8L. WHARF.
will give you the best price possible
for bottles and all kinds of Old Metal.
He can also furnish Monuments, Iron
Fencing for Private Grounds and Cem
etery Plots. Cement and Stone Cop
ing Furnished and Laid, P. O. box 152.
A Postal Brings An Answer
Mr. Jas Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has mocd to the piano wurcrooms
of V. E Thayer & Co , 158 Hotel SL,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly nttondod to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Muslo Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlory. Rear Union OrllL
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu
aim betw. Merchant and King Sts.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros, Union abovo Hotel SL
"or nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bbon. 1111 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
In jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn vO Hotel and Union.
December 31, 1904.
Hoard of Health S 5,879 44
Fines nnd Coits 8,474 82
Government Realizations. 162 62
Harbor Master, Honolulu 3,136 81
Harbor Master, Hito 72 CO
Harbor Master, Kahulul .. 17S 60
Land Revenue 13,013 60
Land Sates 1,465 67
Public Works Ofllce 2,679 28
Public Instruction 882 60
Prison Receipts 9 80
Treasury Collection 14,837 40
Conveancc Ilureau 1,288 60
Kerosene Storage, llon)-
lulu 1,017 G5
Kerosene Storage, Illlo ,, 16 65
Powder Storage, Honolulu ,210 20
Powder Storage, llllo .... 82 90
Registry of Urands 0 00
Tax Ilureau 90,631 97
Honolulu Water Works .. 3,595 62
Hlto Water Works 79 95
Koloa Water Works 95 00
Wnltnen Water Works ... 24 90
1 ahalnn Water Works ... 74 05
Walluku Water Works ... 6S 15
lahnlna Market 86 40
Land Registration Court,
Fees 47 25
I and Registration Court,
Assurance Fund ,
1 aupnhochoe Wntcr Works
Support of County Pris
oners Support of V. S. Prisoners
Total Current Receipts .. $ 119.879 CO
Agriculture and Forestry. $ 3,177 72 !
Auditing Department .... 2,171 60
Attorney General's Depart
ment 44,705 91
Hoard of Health 40,191 63
Court of Land Rcglstra
tlon ., 455 25 I
Convcjnme Ilureau' 646 95
Fire Department 5,553 10 ! ,
Governor 1,430 60
Judiciary Department ... 11,155 06
Permanent Settlements . , 825 00
Public Instruction 35,884 Oi
Public Lands 1,432 51
Public around 1,011 22
Public Works Department 79,687 61
Secretary of Territory ... 1,769 22
8urvcy Department 2,765 70
Treasury Department ... 1,275 60
Tax Ilureau 20,641 44
Water Works G.486 70
Payment of Chinese Fund 193 30
County of Oahu
County of Hawaii
County of Maul
County of Kauai
Total Warralnts Issued
Expenses of Legislature , .
Interest on Loans and Ad
vances S 2,602 47
Road Tax to Special De
posit 6,789 00
Land Sales to Special
Deposit 2,191 96
Total payments other than
by Warrants from Audit
Total Current Expendi
tures Loan Fund Expenditures,
Total Expenditures for
Ralamo 1st of month .... 137,242 26
Receipts: 149,879 76
Expenditures $ 271.017 07
unpaid warrants 1st of
month 75,733 4.1
S 347,380 50
Unpaid Warrants end of
Net Cash Disbursements . $
Current Cash Balance ... f
LOAN FUND ACCOUNT.
Balance 1st of month .... !
Expenditures $ 134,268 82
Unpaid Warrants 1st of
month 4,042 56
S 138,311 38
Unpaid Warrants end of
Net Cash Disbursements . $
Loan Fund CaEh Balance s
FIRE CLAIMS FUND CASH.
Balance 1st of month .... $
Unpaid Warrants 1st of
month S C.C94 U
Unpaid Warrants end of
month C.629 58
Net Cash Disbursements ,
Fire Claims Cash Balanco,
STATEMENT OF LOAN INDEBTEDNESS.
Outstanding bonds $2,160,000 00 $3,162.400 00
Honolulu, II. T., Dec. 11, 1905.
DEWEY AND EVANS.
New York, Dec. 29. No. 1, George
Dewey; No, 2, "Bob" Evans. That Is
the way tho admirals of the Undo
States navy will rank, according to
Iho reports current nt tho Brooklyn
navy yard today. Congress willing,
"righting Bob" Is to bo tho first of tho
now vice admirals in tho American
BcBtdos giving Evans an exclusive
(lag, It Is proposed to give him com
mand of tho finest lot of battleships
that was ever gathered under Old Glo
DRY OK HAWAII.
December 31, 1903.
, 21 00
S 93,9.-l 05
S 261,063 14
$ 135.270 49
$ 227,510 19
$ 261,063 14
, 2,270 12
$ 271.647 07
I 235,778 07
S 287,122 12
t 710,696 86
S 300,635 15
S 5,531 63
I 6,363 71
$ 5.531 63
J. II. FISHER.
ry. He probably will make tho new
battleship Louisiana his flagship in
Tho highest position In tho navy Is
that of admiral, which is held b)
George Dowoy, who gets $13,000 a
year, shoro duty or sea duty. A rear
admiral gets $7500 while at sea and
$6375 on land, It is said that tho new
berth will carry a salary of $10,000. A
corps of officers will decide on a spe
cial uniform for the admiral, with less
gold braid than tho admiral and moro
than a rear admiral.
ROARING FARCE AND BEAUTIFUL
HAWAIIAN SKETCH DOUBLE
Rapid progress is being made in tho
Improvement of the Orpheum theater
and when the curtain rises again on
Monday night the audience will behold
a stago much larger than the old, at
fording greater opportunity for the cf
forth e production of scenic situations
and adding generally to the attraction.
The Orpheum stago has been In
creased In depth to tho extent of it
dozen feet, and this amount of addl
tlonot space will make a wonderful
dlltcrenco for the better In the get-up
of big productions. Thcro will bo
more freedom of action, things will be
In proper perspective. The proscenium
arch has been widcuod by about six
feet and this brings the boxes on cither
fide Into direct range of all that trans
pires on any part of the stage Tho
near ends of tho boxes abut on tho
stage. The main body of tho theutcr
hat been extended back Mush, an elbow
In the rear hnvlug been removed. This
Improvement makes room for more
rpectators and gies tho Interior a bet
ter appearance Gallery heats liavo
been arranged further back and nro
elevated after the fashion of circus
teats, so that all may obtain good
views More orchestra seats have been
added, Increasing the reserved seat ca
paclty of the house.
Some twenty additional drop scene?
have been painted, the extension of the
stage permitting of their accommoda
A dozen new dressing rooms for the
performers have been constructed
These are comfortablo and neat and
Besides all this, general repairs and
improvements are being made to tlm
Orpheum block as a whole, so that tin
building takes on a renovated appear
All during the week carpenters, scene
painters, electricians and others havs
been busy rushing the work to comple
tion In time for the grand rcopenlnu
of the National Stock Compaii) s sea
eon on Monday evening next Every
thing will bo In readiness dt that time
nnd It Is certain that a big crowd will
turn out to welcome again Illrhnri
Buhlcr's splendid troupe which has foi
the past few- months delighted largo
audiences night after night In so man;
Two !a8 are to bo produced on th(
reopening night Ono Is "Turned Up,'
n farce that will provoke the greatest
of merriment and keep tho houso in
perpetual laughter, and the other Is
"Tho Half-White," n Hawaiian play
written by Mr Wilkes, of the National
Stock Company, especially for produe
tlon at the Orpheum. This is a beau
tlful little sketch and none should full
to witness Its presentation.
Buhler's plavcrs have a delightful
repertoire and their numerous pla)t
yet to come, plays that vvljl plcoso
ecry bit as much as hae those hlg
succce!C3 gone before. Honolulu Is In
deed fortunate In having so accom -pllshcd
i company and the wlso will
avail themselves of every opportunity!
to enjoy this good fortune.
Those who have already seen Buhler
nnd the rest, In parts which they have,
made famous, must long to teo them!
again For good, conscientious, clever I
clean, telling, talented work these men
nnd women havo certainly established
n record that will llvo alwujB In tho
fond memories of Honoluluans. Their,
week's rest will start them nil frcs.li
In tho nightly round of thoroughly i
pleasing tho crowds and, when ngulu
tho footlights blaze, the crowds will
reallzo how much they havo misted
their delightful entertainers during th
(ew'dajs they havo been Idle while lm
provements were being made to tha
Manager Joe Cohen has spared no
pains to please the pcoplo nnd It Is a
great satisfaction to him to bo ablo to
present such successful performers In
such magnificent productions. Seats
for Monday evening should bo secured
as early as possible, for the night of
the re-opentng Is sure to seo tho hou
DANCE DTO DEATH.
Providence, It. I., Dec, 29. Mlllani
A. Hunt. 21 years old. who has been
prominent In the fecial world as an ac-'
compllshcd singer, died today In a hos
pital In this city from tuberculosis ul
the right hip, brought about, her phy-,
blclans say, by dnuilng too much. Her
complnlnt was rather an unusual one,'
and as she had been 111 about throo
months the doctors attending her wcrs
at first doubtful as to the exact caus
of her condition A diagnosis made by
ono of the moat skillful surgeons of this
city disclosed tho fnct that she wan
suffering from hip trouble. Two
months ago she was removed to a hos
pital and three operations were per
formed by the surgeons In an attempt
lo snvo her life.
For a time bIio grow better and hope
were entertained that she would ultl
mately recover. Monday tho flnnl op
trutlon was performed nnd then It do
v eloped that her life could not be saved
After this operation tho patient grew
rapidly worse and today expired.
According to her family nhvslclau.
who cared for her before she went to1
tho hospital, the young woman was pas
sionately fond of dancing, and last
April before Bhe became 111 danced at
various social affairs until ho thinks
the tissues of her hip became worn
and tho musclei affected In such a way
that tuberculosis developed.
"The "wind cart" used for irrigation
purposes by the Chinese consists of
eight tnll mat sails, fixed perpendic
ularly on a wooden frame Tho snlls
go around with tho wind, which causes
tho water from the river to be pumped
through a trough.
If we are cheerful, sympathetic
kind; If we are gloomy and gray, the world sighs a solemn accompan
Invent 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
happlneso and brightness, actually paying for It In Its own coin, Is
true in every phase of life. It Is truo of your home as of yourself. A
gloomy house will not attract cheerful people, and a dim light Will
snaaow a smile.
Have the light of lights, Electric- Light, Installed In your home
and alf will be light and happiness,
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
Office King St., near Alakca
NOW WE'RE OFF ? $&
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frsshset H
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce f all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham J In fact everything FIRTV
CLAS8 MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78. FORT 8T.. OPP. LOVE RLD.
Rooms For Rent
?' v Mry,,.!ow prlc,?' by day' vv"k 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 FOIIT AND BERETATNIA STREETS.
V. SUGA SHOTEN
Wholesale & Retail Ll-iuor Dealer,
B w. Stock of .lapanese and America Liquors 'inzal Saloon In'eonnectlon.
IWILEI AND KING 2TRb.'.r8.
'Q8TOFFICE POX 86 TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
fif Thn Wsiiia
Ul 1 1IC 110YYO
"Hvery now nnd again there Is a
discussion of the question of what U
tho proper definition of tho word news,"
acrldl-pcsslmlstlcally said tho Old
Codger during a recent session of the
Linen Pants Club. "Many ablo men
have from time to time answered It,
with perfect satisfaction to themselves,
and still the question won't stay set
"Last night I read In my paper that
the King of What-d'jc-call-lt some lit- , ,.' , ,. ..
tie IMIat dab of land over thero some- Dldu' will specify tbo brands of
where Is complaining bitterly of pov- cal upon which thoy tender prices.
city b-tuz ho has only a paltry S87,C00 No coal will bo accepted that Is not
n year and a herd of little kings to sup- rrco from gUte dlrt or othcr f ,
port and that two beautiful joung .,,., ' '
ladles who were waiting nt tablo In a """"inn"-
restaurant In Kansas City fought a duel Commencement of delivery to bo
with ketchup bottles for lovo's sweet made Immediately after tho award of
hul.e I alio learned of a burglar who COntract
temalned concealed behind a cabinet , . , ......
organ vvhllo a vlllago maiden played Proposals must bo submitted in a
hymn tunes on It for threo solid hours; scaled envelope addressed to C. S. Hoi
that a certain side whiskered octopus loway, Superintendent of Public
ovvns tho oldest pair of andirons In ex- WorkB IIonoluIu T. oniorsed "Pro
Istence. and that a bright young man . ' ... ' '' , '
In Izard County, Arkansns, only 20 PsaIs for 200 tons of coal
5 cars of age has just succeeded In bem The Superintendent of Public Works,
accidentally shot for tho 'leventh time reserves tho right to reject any or all
by mistake for something or other, 1 id,
noted that a fool woman had grabbed ' r Tim row a v
an Innoceat United States Senator by, , . ., ,,,,'
tho th'oat nnd kissed hlra despite his1 Superintendent of Public Works,
squirms; I learned, too, how to pro- Department of Public Works, Hon
nounce Jiu-jitsu, and tho reason why u u January 9, 1900. 3277-31
lady In Now Harmony, Ind., Bued her
husband for divorce she alleged that TENDER FOR FURNI8HING ROAD-
UU lYtLltkU 11CI UH 111V OI Willi HIS WUUU'
en leg I also gained a vast amount ot
Information about sanitary mattresses
nnd breakfast fodders, and freaks and
lollies of the rich and their envious
Imitators; how to buy whisky and grow Bidders will mako proposals for de
tail by mall, and so on nnd bo forth, livery of machinery f. o. b. Honolulu.
"And, thinking It over, I couldn't mddcrs will state shortest tlmo ot
help concluding that 'news,' as under- . , ,, . " u '
Hood nnd disseminated by tho press such delivery after contract Is let. Tho
of today, Is largely a conglomeration of Board reserves tho right to reject any
breeze, bray, pllllo and non essential or all tenders,
thp doodle, and that tho heads of ths , -.. ,..,, , , . ,
Mnd of people who appreciate that ktim a' Ttt0 20,000-lbs. latest Improved,
of stuff must surely ho moro or less --wheel tjpe steam road rollors.
flattened at tho pols." Tom P. Mor- 2. Two outfits consisting of tho fol
gan, In January Smart Bet. iowlng cacU No 3 gyraU)ry crUshor
Now York, Dec 27. Emory McClln- double trees, mnklng outfit portable,
lock was elected vico presldont of the Crusher equipped with back driving
rletVnotTrdTusteel ' " f com
today Mr. MtCllntoek Is a native of P'cto wlth UC8t rubber belt and eleva.
Pcnnsjlvanln. He Is to he put In ac tor buckets, etc.
tlvo charge of the company's technical Threo section revolving screen, 33
affairs In addition, he was elected a (n ji,mPt.r Rmi i .- ,,'
trustee today, as was also President- "' dUme c and " " Iong- Eaca BCC'
elect Charles A. Peabody. They were tlon t0 havo PrPr perforation for
chosen to flit the vacancies made by eroding material. Screens comploto
the resignations of Kllhu Root and w Ith cradle, driving chains, etc. 2 port
RTZ'Zm all genera. engines to operate crusher, Po
agencies on a salary basis after Jauu- obl engines nnd boiler mounted on
ary 1 next. Instead of a commission fcteel wheels comploto with tonguo for
lasls. Two of the foreign agencies are 00rsci!, Doner of iocomotlv8 typ0i Ca.
to bo discontinued, the Australian .,,,'.. , 0 . "
agency and the agency at Copenhagen. rab, of developing 20 horsepower, en-
elno to be mounted on bolter and to
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN- be 9x12, capable of 20 b. p. or more.
DEX, published In the Saturday Bullo Engine to have two band wheels nnd
Sin and the Weekly Edition, gives a to bo furnished with belting for drlv
concise and complete resume of ah le- j,,B cruaiicrg
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg-i d... . , ,
ments, building permit, ant, real a? I Scaled P"Pa! will be received nt
75 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin, tu8 offlce of County Clerk until i
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin, o'clock Jan. ICtb, 1908,
$1 per year.
and gay, the world responds In m
and there will be never a shadow.
'Phone Main 390
FOR HONOLULU WATER
Sealed proposals will bo received at
the offlco of tho Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. II., until
32 o'clock m. of January 11th, 1900, for
furnishing tho Honolulu Water Works
Department with 200 tons of coal, samo
to bo delivered to tho Kallhi Pumping
COUNTY OF OAHU.
mounted on steel beam frame-; with
Hteol wheels, tonguo, neck yoke and