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KVKNINO BULLBTIr, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNE9DAT, JAN. 17, 1006.
Are our best advertisement.
Wo make It a point to satisfy. If we have not Juit what you want
we get It for you. Our Stock of
Hardware & Supplies
li extensive, large enough for almost every one; but you may want
something tpeclal. You are, then, the one we want to satisfy partic
ularly. mmr you know we can do it. try us.
E.O. Hall &
JuSt Received Ex Nevadan
16 1200 lb. Mules
All young and first class
Scliuman Carriage Co.
The Mojthers Attention
It neeetiary to produce a well-reared child. An architect! attention i
li Imperatively demanded, If the new house It to be beautiful, modern "
and artistic when completed. Defore building eecure the tervlcei of
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White OBI I
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Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicety furnlehed roomi, but every other convent'
ence of the modern home It afforded
reception room, teiepnone, eic. Kentai rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA STREET8.
M ALARMIST cimiriNfi
After a thorough Investigation, Cor
poral r. A. Davis of the U. S. Marines,
recently returned from Midway, Is be
ing held at tlio polica station on suspi
cion of being the man who has turned
In thrco fatso flro alarms durlug tlio
past four days, 'f ho third alarm from
the same lclntty was pulled this'
morning at oxactly ono mlnuto past
2 o'clock, from box 21, corner of Ala
fcea aud Merchant streets, a similar
alar mbclng turned In at tlio precise
mlnuto Saturday morning. As yet no
charge has been placed against Davis.!
Ho denies his guilt. Tlio penalty for
turning In falso flro alarms Is a flna of!
$500 or BOO days In prison, being tho
A few minutes after tlio big whlstloj
sounded at 2:04 this morning Davis
was arrested by .Officer Palonapa near!
Iha nnfm nA nf t ti A Ifftrlnn tin wen a1. I
Ho had come from tho nolnhborhood
of tho box Just pulled and although
tho flro department was rushing along
Alakea street, tho whistle was still
Mowing and gongs were ringing, Da-
vis paid seemingly no attention to. tho
-excitement nnd was endeavoring to get
to tho barracks. I
A few minutes beforo 2 o'clock Davis
was in tho Cobweb saloon, at tho cor-'
ner of Queen aud Alaka streets, nnd
left shortly afterward Ho went In tho!
opposite direction of tho barracks and
for tutu reason was noticed. In
spaco of a few seconds tho lonely
sounding whistle announced tho signal
that box 21 lind been pulled. Davis
was later Been to walk down Alakcn
street. Captain Shatter was ono of tho
men who saw him,
Ho soys that thoro has never been
any insanity in his family: Uiat ha has
been drinking Blnco bis return from
ten months' duty on Midway Ho says
further that ho never longs for excite-,
mcnL Tho evidence against Davis,
seems strong. Not one man In a thou-
and would rush away from a flro do-
partment coming in ins direction, no
did not hear the shrill whistle, he says.
Watp&hu plantation, this island, ex
perienced a Btrlke yesterday, about
four hundred Japanese laborers walk
ing out. Tho Japanese met last night
Th and It ah m fin I in DAttlnrl f ti I a n ft rim.
mo wane inu; uv ocvi-ivu na Hiiif.
A report from Walpahu at 1 o'clock l.nwoll Sunday for San Francisco with
today said there was no chango In o cargo of Bugar. Slio had aboard 13,
situation. The strike is said to bo In- 120 bags, s
terferlag somewhat with tho transpor-' Tlio damage suit of U. Nalia, a Jap
.Utlon of rane to the mill. Cane load- anese stevedore, against tho ship W.
lag contracts aro said to have caused II Smith, was heard beforo Judge Dole
the trouble. Tho ngents, II. Hnrkfeld today. I'latntlff wants damages for a
Co, received no word of any trouble broken leg he received Vhllo working
tlila morning. ou the vessel.
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them here, euch as electric lights.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1905
To be had from members or at Berg
trom Mu,lc CoJ
A FIR8T-CLA88 NEW RE8TAURANT
21 meals on ticket, $4.50.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT 8TREET.
Mrs. Gertz this morning argued nt
length in her inee against W. II. Ban-
ui"h i i uutuiu iiuugr j.iuupiiy. jii-i
argument was finally continued until
Three moro deserters from tho Brit
ish shin Bnglchorn were this morning
ordered Item by tlio United StAVU Cam,
Old officers wcro re-clectod at the ad-
Journed annual and quarterly meeting
ni "in racuic Hardware Co. in the office
of 11. V. Dillingham this morning.
Knlhe, formerly p, caretaker of Judge
Dolo's olllco rooms, was sentenced to
ton months In prison this morning for
me theft of 123 from the judge a apart'
ment. Tho first charge was robbery,
Later It was changed to larceny.
8eenteen Chinese gamblers arrested
lasV night were discharged this morn'
Ing in the Police Court on account of
lack of evldenco,
Kaauwal. a native, 'was fined $10 and
rosts this morning by Judge Whitney
..for assault and battery on a Hawaiian
' M Sim ft i n 1 ra Aon
itnul u ovua
The bark Emily p. Whitney left Ma'
If you have never tried
jt jl" J, Jt J J J
J J Jt JL J jH J
do so at one. It It superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sals at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTifthe & Co.
ICl'TO 105 N. KING 8TREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
And Fresh Cut Flowers
HOTEL 8TREET STORE.
MS OF OFFIGiRS
OF l.-l. 8. N. CO.,
Tho Tax Assessor last Saturday cre
ated considerable consternation In the
Inter-Inland Steam Navigation Co.'f
fleet by attaching the wnges of no lest
than forty-thrca ot the company's cap
tains and other officers. Tho attach
ment nas issued on account of delin
quent taxes, and not one cent of tbclr
wages did the unfortunate mariners ro.
iJist year the tax offtcoattempted to
make the steamship officers dig up their
taxes, which they claimed to bo ex
empt from under tho law which ex.
empts seamen's wage, and Uia tax
gatherers wcro beaten by a decision by
Judge Dolo In a test case, which was
brought to decide the question. Thlo
)ear a new method is being tried by
the tax office, which expects that It will
The amount Invohcd Is In tho neigh
borhood of 12500 altogether. It is
understood that tho steamship ofllccrs
will attempt to fight their cases again
and have retained J. J. Dunne as their
counsel In tho matter. The caso will
come, up before District Magistrate
Whitney next Friday.
ir hat in
The steamer Mlkabala arrived early
this morning from Kauai ports, bring
ing 3,000 bags of sugar. Sho was un
nblo to tako on sugar at Watmea on
account ot tho rough weather prevail
ing at tho time. Tho cargo also In
cluded 100 bags of rlco. Tho sugar,
2.000 bags of A grade, was from tho
K. S. M., and tho other 1,000 bags, alto
A, from tho V. IC. A total of 49,707
bags ot sugar Is awaiting shipment at
tho parlous mills on Kuual.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures. C a. m., C9; 8 a. m.,
CC; 10 a. m., C9; noon, 71; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.82; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 4.97C grains per
cubic foot; relatUe humidity, 8 n. m.,
71 per cent; dew point, 8 s. in., CO.
Wind. 0 a. m., velocity 7, direction
N. i:.; 8 a. m., velocity 4, direction N.;
10 a. m., velocity 4, direction W.; iioon,
velocity 18, direction W.
Italntall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 172 miles.
ALEX. McC. A8HI.HY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
AT THE ORPHEUS!
An excellent bill is on at tho Or
pheum tonight It In tho last night
of tho combination "Tho Half Whlto"
and "Turned Up." This represents
pathos and problems with a wind-up
of tho funniest thing over seen on tho
Honolulu stago. Uuhlcra company la
at Its best In comedy and "TurncdUp"
Is tho best they have given In this
Thursday evening begins the melo
drama "Tho Whlto Tigress of Japan."
Tho changes in the stage facilities will
enable the company to develop the piece
as It should be done. Patrons of tin
Orpheum will be more, than pleased,
ENGINE KILLSYOUNG MAN
Pako I.lllll, an 18-year-old native,
was run over by an engine and killed
at Walanae yesterday morning. Ches
ter A. Doyle happened to bo riding on
the plantation locomotive at the tlmo.
Tho boy was on the cowcatcher when
tho accident occurred and It seems lost
his footing nnd fell under tho wheels.
No blame has been attached to Engi
neer Myers. Sheriff Holt will bold an
Inquest o;cr the body today,
Bcnncrs: "Will there bo many stor
ies In that now bulldlne?" Jennflrs:
'It Is going to bo a publishing houso."
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l-at quarter of tho moon Jan. 17th.
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Wednesday, Jan. 17.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, l'lnch, from San
Pramlsco, 8:20 a. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from Ka
uai ports, 4:0E a. m., with 2,000 bags
K. S. M. sugar and 1,000 bags V. K
Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nooou, Pcderson, for Mnhu
konn ports, C p. m.
O. & O, Coptic, Finch, for tho Orient,
t ii. in.
"' IT NQUon tot "amak" .NEW TO-DAY
Stmr. Mlkahola, Orcgory, for Kauai "
ports. G p. m. .,.,,,! ELECTION OF OFFICER3.
4fltIl . Ot .fIUBKUIl tSlL'HUIB, iur UVl1
, nwnro breakwater via Kahului nntl
lino, o p. in..
rranclsio. Jan. 17.-For Yokohama: jj' of.,hu H"?""' A8!Scla2n ,r
John T. Arundel, Miss Lllllon Arundel, Honolulu, held on January 10 1906, tho
Miss Sydney Arundel, Max D. Cohn,lfo,low'nB Directors wcro elected to
Jr.. W. O. Du Hose. Mrs. W. O. Du Dose.
Tsuruta Hayashl, Wi it. Matteson, Dr,
J. C. McCrackcn, C Mltsoch. Dr. Arth
ur Hcmlngton, Dr. Kufus Scarlet, M.
ShlbuBawa. Miss O. Whlblcy, Capt. G.
W. Connor, Mrs. O. W. Connor. For
Kobo: Hans Tlaspe, Jose Belles. For
Nagasaki: Geo. W. Leavltt, Dr. James
1'. Ickhart. For Manila: Win. M. At
kinson, J. C Illfcrdford, Mrs. W D. Van
Cleave, Mlrs Magglo Coffey, Capt It. II.
arimths. Dr. Thos. a Marshall, Walter
A. Mclntyre, Mrs. U W. Morgan, Thos
n. Sammons, Mrs. Geo. It. Smith, G. T.
Sproat, Cha, O. Toepper, llosco II
Weaver, Floyd A. Williams, John E.
Williams, Jay O. Worswlck. For Hong
kortu: A. V. llorden, S. H. Foley, B.
C. Newhy, Geo. Sanders, B. II. Skinner.
Dr. J. C. McCrackcn. passing through
on tho steamship Coptic for Japan, I """-""'" '" "'- i"i
waH once famed as an Intercollegiate ""J " nB the petition and accounts of
football champion. Ho played guard K L-Weaver of Honolulu Admlnlstra.
on tho University of Pennsylvania I" of tho tstato of Abble II. Mhon.
team and was a great athlete in his ''ccoasod. wherein ho -asks to be nl
day. He has held the hammer-throw-. IowCll IKC05 and he chargos himself
PROSPECT HEIGHTS CLUB
The Prospect Heights Improvement
Club organized last night at the rest hls ands to the persona thereto en
denco of D. I Wlthlngton, Prospect I '"Id. and discharging him and Ills
street. Tho following wcro elected; I sureties from all further responsibility
Alexander (laivle, president; C. Phil.
Ips, Vko president; A. T. Brock, secre-
tary; W. Walters, treasurer; J. S. Em
trson, J. It, Macaulay, E. Hutchinson.
M. F. l'rosser, nnd D. L. Wlthlngton.
It was voted to nsk C. M. Iloblnson
to nddrcis the club when ho arrives In
Honolulu. Iloblnson (s tho park ex
pert coming from New York.
Sneakers at the Robert Burns cele-
bation by tho Scottish Thistle Club tent evldenco as to who are entitled to
on the 25th will Include E. C. Pctera, tho said property. And that notice ot
Itobert Anderson, Frank" Thompson, this order, In tbo English language, bo
Musical contributors will Incliulo' published In tho Evening Bulletin
Messrs. II. Hcrzcr, I. Dillingham, D. jnewspapor, printed and published In
W. Anderson, B. G. Munro, Geo. H I Honolulu, onco a week for thre6 sue
Davles and J. F. Fenwlclc cesslvo weeks, tho last publication to
N5W - TO-DAY
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE,
Under and by virtue of a Writ of
Kxocutlon Issued by Wm. L. Whitney,
District Magistrate of Honolulu, Coun
ty nf Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on
(hn 15th day of January, A. D. 190C,
In tho matter of Abigail K. Parker, J.
O. Caller and Cecil Brown, Trusteed
under tho Will of James Campbell, do
ceased. Plaintiffs, vs. Tho Woods In
ttltuto of Physical Culture, Defcud
nnt, I did In snld Honolulu on tho ICth
day of January, A. D. 1900, levy upon
nnd shall offer for sate and sell nt
public auction to tho highest bidder,
nt thb Old Masonic Building, corner Fort
and Queen Streets In said Honolulu,
at 12 o'clock noon ot Saturday, tho
17th day of February, A. D. 1906, all
the right, title and Interest ot the said
Tho Woods Instlluto of Physical Cul
ture, Defendant, In and to all tho fol-i
lowing described personal property,1
unless tho sum of Two Hundred Seven-1
teen and CO-100 (S217.C0) Dollars, that
being tho amount for which said Exe
cution was Issued, together with costs,
Interest and my feo and expenses aro
1 Wire Mat, 1 Coco Mat, l cot, 2
Door IlugB, 6 Oak Chairs, 1 Oak Table,
1 Tablo Cover, 1 Waste Basket, 1 Flow
er Pot, 1 Canvas Floor Cover, 10 Coco
Matting, 1 Large Palm, 1 Large Leath.
er Ball, 1 Boiler and Piping, 1 Step
Ladder and Bucket. 1 Reclining Chair,
I Stono Filter, 4 Stools, 1 Largo Mir-
ror, 3 Small Mirrors, 1 Platform Scale,
'i Itubber Mats, 1 Canvas Cot, 2 Punch
ing Bags, 4 Brushes and Combs, 1
Clock, Lot Trunks, Sweaters and
Dated at Honolulu this ICth day ot
J. S. KALAKIELA,
Deputy Sheriff ot Honolulu, Coun
ty of Oahu.
3282-Jan. 17, 27( Feb. 7, 10.
Whitney & Marsh
We intend to close out our ENTIRE STOCK bt
Ladles Tailor Made Suits
about 20 in all and will offer the entire loton
at less than you pay ordiniarily for the skirt alone
We have divided them into 2 LOTS,
One at $5.00 a suit
The other at $8.50 a suit
Of course some arc better fhan others, being originally
priced as high as $30.00. This is your chance, first
come first choice, c j jt j jt j jt t jt
At the Annual Meeting of the Mem
iyu ,ur ",u -""'K Jcur
Mr. Robert Catton, Mr. A. Qsrt-
ley, Mr. E. H. Paris, Mr. Geo, W.
Smith, Mr. W, F. Dillingham, Mr.
W. W. Harris, Mr. G. J. Waller,
Mr. W. H, Smith, Mr. W. T. Lu
At a Meeting ot the above named
Directors, held on January 12, 1908,
tho following Officers were elected:
Mr. Geo. W. Smith President
Mr. Robert Catton. Vice President .
Mr. E. H. Paris Secretary
Mr. W. W. Harris.. ...Treasurer
EDWIN II. PAItlS,
Sec'y. Merchants' Association of
IN TIIH CIHCUIT COURT OF Tlir.
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
l'robato; at Clumbers. In tho Matter
of the Kstato of Abblo H. Nlboa. do.
censed. Order of Noilco of Petition
'I0" - Allowance- or inui Accounts ana
with $397.50, nnd asks that tho samo
may bo examined and approved, and
that n final order may be mado of dis
tribution of tho property remaining in
"lc Auminininmir, it is urucru
"ai jiuuuuj, mo iuiu uay oi rvuru-
ary, A. D. 190C, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
beforo the Judgo of said court at tho
court roam ot tho said court at Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, bo and tho sama
hereby is appointed as tho tlmo and
place for hearing said petition and ac
counts, and that all porsbns Interested
may then and thero appear and show
cause. If nny they have, why tho samo
should not bo granted, nnd may pro
bo not-less than two weeks previous to
tho tlmo tliorcln appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, this ICtli day ol
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judgo ot tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit,
-Attest: J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk ot the Circuit Court ot
tho First Circuit.
Administrator in person.
328S Jan. 17, 24. 31; Feb. 7.
That all men's palates aro pleased
with1 the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
A large consignment of well-seasoned
Will be sold very cheap.
fong Inn co.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
PALAMA DEPOT CONCERT.
Tbo Hawaiian band gives a public
concert thla evening at 7:30 at tho
Valama railroad station, as follows:
v PATIT I.
Overturo: "Jolly Students". ...'.Suppo
Walt: "Laura" Mlllockcr
Fantasia: "Crown ot Light" (now)
Selection: "My Old Kentucky Homo"
Vocal: "Hawaiian Songs"
or. by Berger
Mrs. N. Alapal.
election: "Tho Musical Star" ....
'Hoohcno and Lau Vabliio",,,,,,.,.
ar. by Berger
Finale: "Tammany" Edwards
"The Star-Spangled Banner."
OR PHEUM THEATRE
National Stock Company '
In the Roaring Farce Comedy
TONIGHT and TOMORROW
Tho New Hawaiian One-Act Play,
Written by Ernest Wilkes,
"The Half White
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
The White Tigress Of
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HAWAHAND AND SOUTH SEA ISL
A flue collection, comprising many
raro and Interesting Items:
Pulawa. old Hawaiian Chief's neck
lace; Clubs, Tapa Cloth, Feather Lcls,
Bpoars, caiabasnes, Aiais, fans. Ar
rows, Idols, Stono Lamps, Hula
Drosses, Necklaces, Trinkets, Sour
cnlrs, Etc., Etc.
An exceptional 6pportunlty for tour
ists and collectors to obtain specimens
ot the old and interesting past.
JA8. F. MORQAN,
FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Stngle-IIorso, Gooseneck Dray,
Handsomo Victoria Phaeton, canopy
2 Surreys, Buggy,
Delivery Wagon. '
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
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