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RVENINO IWLLBTIN. HONOLULU T. If., MONDAY, JAN. 15, 1900.
Are our best advertisement.
We make It a point to satisfy. If we have not Jut what you want
we get It for you. Our Stock of
Hardware & Supplies
It extentlve, large enough for almott every one; but you may want
omethlng special. You are, then, the one we want to tatltfy partic
ularly. 53- YOU KNOW WE CAN DO IT. TRY US.
E.O. Hall &
"The Island of Hawaii ha no pe. lu
Issue to present' nH A. II. Locben
eteln, the Hawaii member of the Win"
Ington delegation, when InterWewed
this morning In regard to the matter,
iu a matter of thl Ulna there should
Le no question of loal pride, whlrh li
cry liable to Interfere with the ac
coni)llulnK of the big object Iu view
Wo should nl Mork together for a
"As far as I mself nm concerned,"
continued Locbcnslcln." 1 thai) be con
tented with being the unostentatious
fifth, or as Iu this ittse, eighth wliio
of the eblclc."
Tha cross-examination of W. C. Pea
cock In the Peacock . Uanlo cast
was finally concluded this forenoon
TKa nlnL.tlFT atlA.1 Mn ft.A atfltl.t A V
T. Uottomlcy, who testified In regard
to the Incorporation of ulsnop & to i
tl. . 11i. ...I l.i. II 1 4..il.n.l n..4:
CIU nun lununou u) iw, iv jiul-iuiiiii nui
T. F. Lansing, who gae tcftlmony Iu
mwrtfil In thnlf- rnnlvlni nntlrpa nf fhif
falling of the adjourned annual nuct I
las last fall. They also testified regard I
Ins a protest against tho calling of luir
meeting, which wns prepured by Pea
cock, signed by Auerbach, Lansing an4 '
ilrowu and delivered to rcacocx ni
president of Peacock & Co. The heal
log will continue this afternoon.
Another Porto Illcan lady. Cruz Tor
re, alias Maria Crucda, was arrested
by the Federal authorities last Satur
day aftcrnoou on a charge of bigamy,
this being the fourth case of Its kind
ublch. has occurred during the last few
uteks. The complaint alleges that tho
defendant on June It, 1S02, married
one Seraplo Hnldct, alias Cerqulo Daide
ZUornuo, alias Kelaklo 1). .Morno, and
furthermore that on July 21, 1905, shs
married Abcllno Mcrcado, while hei
first btibband of tho many names wui
&UI1 living. The case will come before
V. S. Commissioner .Mallng tomorrow
I CT I
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. II. Uabbltt will leave tomorrow af
ternoon In the Mkcllkc for I.annl, for
tho purposo of Inspecting tho two
schools on that Island. Ho w 111 go from
I-anal to Lahalna, whence he will star)
on a general tour of Intpci tlon, making :
tbo complete Ircult of Maul. Ho will
be absent at least two weeks.
"Hello, Haltonl I tee jou liao an
nutomobllo goggles. Uought a ma -
chine? "No, Indeed! My wife Is do-
lng her fall cleaning and I wear these
to keep from being blinded by the
Iu st." Chicago Dally News.
1 SAVES X700 ViOWTWCSt J
mn,CORN OR OKTSW
UNDER THE AUSPICE8 OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1905
To be had from members or at Berg-
ttrom Mutlc Co,
It meant all-yearround relief
a from unpleasant kitchen dutlet7
a building fires, carrying woods
m or coal, unnecessary cleaning, m
etc. A Gat Water Heater wlllQ
0 supply water In any quantity. Q
9 Doth for tale by dealers and 0
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Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen 8ts. All tele
' phone message, promptly attended to.
vva call tor and deliver. Dyeing extra,
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Keeps all kinds of stock in the
best possible conditon
It is the quickest
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TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
Id Sffi WIRE FR01H
Two divers and n gang of men to
gcther with the steamer l.i'hua, arc at
work on tho wreck of tho Martha Da
vis In Hllo hnrbor. Tho Davis bad
aboard 800 tons of cargo when sho
went down Captain Miller, who has
tho contract for removing the derelict,
will take the freight out flrst and then
blow tho hull of tbo old vessel up with
Tho cargo consisted of casks of
wine, salt herring, fertilizer and tons
of other stuff. An effort will bo made
to savo tho wine. It Is figured that
nearly nil tho other stuff has been
ruined by becoming water snaked. Tho
cargo belongs to Captain Miller.
SHAW GIVES LUAU
Mr. Chas. It. Shaw gao a swell Ut
ile luau to a few of his friends at tho
home of Mr, and Mrs. Isaac Harbottlc,
Walklkl. to celebrato tho twenty-sec
ond anniversary of bis birthday.
Among thoso present were tbo follow
ing: Miss llrondn Fowler, Miss Tus
Wharton, Miss Mabel Kinney, Mis
Kva Kinney, Miss Kealolm Hookano,
Miss Kelktlanl Hookano, Miss Maria
Vllkol, Miss Ktther Kahale, Miss An
nlo Mossman, Miss Loulso Mossman,
Miss Victoria Ahunn, MIbh Annie AM
lia. Miss Mary I.egros, Miss Lily Hub
Bey, Mrs. Nelllo Drown, Mrs. Christina
Drown, Mrs. Harry Stein, Mrs. Isaac
Harbottlc, Mrs. Llzzlo Hookano, Era
est Wilkes. Charles Placo, Henry Au
erbach, Harry Karl, Rupert Drum, Har
ry Stein, Charles K. Stlllman Jr., Al
hert McDougall, Walter McDougall,
Paul Jarrct, Willie Stone, Fred. Weed,
I.uthcr i:aii8, jack Desna, jatnes Al
oy, Uaac Harbottlc.
"The Half-Whlto" will recelvo Its
Initial pcrformnnco tonight at tho new
Orphcum. This new Hawaiian play
has created bo much talk that all the-ater-gocrB
are on the qui vivo to see
what It Is like.
Tho other part of tho doublo bill to
bo given tonight is tho funny comedy
"Turned up .
Tho enlarged stngo will nlso provo
on attraction nnd from now on thoro
will bo no excuso to offer on that
Scats aro selling rapidly and a big
house la assured.
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Full moon Jan. 10th at 6:06 a, m.
lbs Udet at Kahulul and Illlo occur
about aa hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time It lOh 80m
slower thMi Greenwich trnie, being
thai of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whittle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
It the same as Oreenwrsh. 0b Om.
Saturday, January IX
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, from
Walmnnalo. G n m.
Schr. Knulkenoull, from Kohalalclc,
and Honolpu, 1:20 p m.
Sunday, January II.
Stmr. W. O. Unit. S. Thompson, from
Nawlllwlll. Kauai, i a. m., with C900
Stmr. Hclene, Nelson, from Hawaii,
11 ii. m with 11.3.10 Ii.-ich of l'aauhau
-. , . --D- -- -
C.-A. S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, from
Victoria, G:1B p. m.
Saturday, January 13.
Ab. bktn. Kllkltat, Cutler, for Port
Townscnd, 9 a. m.
Am. bk. Olympic, Evans, lor Kaana-
pall, 3 p. m.
uunilay, January 14.
C.-A. S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, far
the Colonic), 10: IS p. m.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, I.ynam, foi
Guam and Manila. 0:15 a. m.
S. S. Hosecrans, McDonald, for Mon
terey, 8 a, m.
Am. ship Marlon Chllrott, Anderson,
for Monterey, In tow of S, S. tloer
crans, 8 a. m.
Monday, January is.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
Walmannlo, 11:30 a. m.
U. S. S. Saturn, Newell, for San
Diego, p. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Tullctt, for Knuaf
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo nnd
way pons, I- m.
Stmr. Llkcllke, Naopala, Maul and
Mololial ports, 12 m.
Stmr. W. a. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, b p. m.
Stmr. Nocau, Pederson, for MabU'
kona ports, 5 u. m.
Stmr. Nlthau, W, Thompson, for
winuw-nru ports, iz m.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Flnan, from
San Francisco, a. m.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Niblacli, from I'carl
Harbor, a, ro.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Jan. 11, from
Kauai ports. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. C. M.
woke, r. j. Hare, c. W. Spitz, Miss r.
Itanldn. Miss I.lly Akula. Mrs. J. H.
Hanalke, Mrs. H. Holt, Mrs. Scbilllnc
l.al Fat, Mrs. A. Perry, Lcong Chung,
ami 33 deck.
Per C.-A. 8. S. Mlowera, Jan. 14, from
Vancomer and Victoria. F. UlUIng
Mrs. Dllllngs; Mr. Whlttaker, C.
HlioJes, w. Hoyden, Mr. Coxbead.
V. S. Weather Bureau,
Jan. 15, 1000.
Temperatures 0 a. m.. 72: 8 a. m..
73; 10 n. m., 72; noon, 73; morning
llaiometer. 8 n. m.. 29.C9: absoluto
humidity, 8 a. in., r..rU5 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 79
er cent.; dew point, 8 a. m., CO,
Wind 0 a. m.. veloe ty 20. direction
W; a. m., velocity 22, direction W;
iu a. in., velocity 16, direction w:
uoon, eloclty 10, direction W.
Jtalnrall during 21 hours ended
E a. in., ,4G Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 408 miles,
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U, S. Weather Bu
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HJORTII At Hanamaulu, Kauai, Jau
, 11, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. J. h
HJorth, a son.
Among tho soldiers on board the
transport Thomas, which was In port
last Saturday on her way to Manila.,
was Joseph Fernandez, a St. Louis Col
lego boy, who has many friends here.
Fernandez la a good football and base
ball player and an excellent horse
man. He won sovcral prizes for hit
tiding at contests at the Presidio.
Through his good horsemanship and
ether qualifications Fernandez has his
en from tho ranks to the post of scp
i,cant in the caa!ry.
Tho S. S, Hosecrans was moro than
an hour this morning getting out of
tho railroad dock on account of tho
blocked condition of the channel. Tho
prevailing high wind also added In
making the task a difficult one. The
dock was filled with pontoons, somu of
which were upright nnd others had
been partly turned over by tho kona nf
yesterday, and tho dredger Reclama
tion that had been brought in for ro
pairs. Inch by inch tbo steamship was
compelled to creep out Into tho harbor
and, to prevent a collision, had to stop
Tbo ship Marlon Cbllcott, also au
oil-carrying boat, was taken out Into
deep water by the tug Fearless and
was compelled to w-alt about two hours
for the Hosecrans, which Is to tow her
to Monterey. Tho tug I' earless held
her from going adrift. Tho Chllcott
Handing1 Btlll such a length of tlmo
stnrtcd tho report in town that sho
had gone on a reef. Shortly beforo
noon tho Hosecrans picked up tho
ship and the two started across tho
Pacific for Monterey.
NO ONE IEI OUT
TO HIRE ORI
A report was circulated Saturday to
(ho elfect that Dr. L. E. Cofor, at tho
nead of tho Public Health and Marino
Hospital Service, had recently dls-j
charged a number of whlto men andl
natives to make way for Japancso la-J
borers. "Thcro is absolutely no truth'
In tho statement," Dr. Cofer said to a
Bulletin reporter this morning. "ll
can't imaglno where tho story orlgi I
noted unless It was from ono who had
been let out becnusq of bad habits aud,
had becomo neglectful of bis wgrlc.l
Tho men's places In every Instance 1
havo been taken by whlto men or na-j
Tlilrty-flvo men In all are employed
at tho Quarantine Station1. Nino of
these aro Japancso laborers at 120 a
month who hnvo been thoro for years,
Tho stewards department has flvo Chi
namen, each of thcuvwlth ono or two
exceptions, being born hero. The
camo number of Orientals havo beer
employed at the station over since Dr
Cofer camo here.
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NEW - TO-DAY
Am Mfttwoch, den 17tcn Janitor,
Abends um 1-2 Uhr flndet In dor
Schulo dlo Jachrllcho aemclndorver
Bomralung der dcutsthon Evnng. Kir
cho statt. Jcdcs kimfirmlcrto Nltglied
1st hlermlt frcundllch und drlngnd
mr iciinanmo cingclauen.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
Tho annual mooting of tho German
Benevolent Society will bo held on
Wednesday, January 17, 1900, nt 2
o'clock p. m. at tho office, of II. Hack
leld & Co., Ltd.
JOHANNES F. EOKARDT,
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OP
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.
Pursuant to call of tho Frist VIcO'
President, a special meeting of the
tharcholdcrs of Aloxandcr & Baldwin,
Limited, will bo held on Tuesday, tho
30th day of January, 190C, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day, at the office of the
corporation In the Stangcnwald Duild-
lng, Honolulu, Hawaii, for tho purpose
to considering a proposition to In
crcaeo tho capital stock of said corpop
atlon, and such other business as may
bo brought ueroro tho meeting.
ELMER E. PAXTON.
Secretary Aloxandcr & Baldwin, Ltd.
Dated at Honolulu, January 13, 11)05
National Stock Company
In the Roaring Farce Comedy
The New Hawaiian One-Act Play,
Written by Ernest Wilkes,
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT U. S. A. COAL PILH. FOOT OF
I am Instructed by order of Capt. O.
F. Humphrey, Jr., Captain Quarter
master, U. S. A., to sell at Public Auc
tion on abovo dato and hour and on
tho U, S. A. Conl Pile, ,foot of Fort
1800 TONS MIIKE COAL,
200 TONS CUMBERLAND COAL.
Terms at sale.
For further particulars apply
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o OF o
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1806,
At my salesroom, SS7 Kaahumanu
street, 1 will sell tho following prop
erties: KAPAHULU TnACT: Lots 20, 27,
28, Block II.
KAPAHULU TRACT: Lot 1. BlocV
12E. Area, 14,025 squaro feoL
KAIMUKI: Lots 12i 16, Block 42.'
Area 30,000 squaro feet.
PALOLO: Lots 1. 2. C. Block 101.
fronting on Walalae Road. Area 43,000
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