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we get " 'or you. Our Stock of
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l extensive, large enough for
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All young and first class
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Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
HOT Hi OFFICERS
IIIlo, Jan. 1C The amiiinl meeting
of the Hoard of Trade adjourned fruni
tho previous Friday evening, was held
at Fireman's Hall last Friday eemnn
lor the ek'Uon o( ollUcrs nml ctlici
business. OtTlicrs for the mailing jcar
were elected aa follows. President, J
W. Mason; first Uo president, J. A
Scott; second vji e president. Dr. Henry
Ha) en, treasurer, C. A Stoblo; secre
tary, II. Vicars. Tho executive) council
elected for tho tornlnR year wcro, 13. N.
Holmes, I. A. Andrews. Adam Lindsay,
C. Castondycli, C. U. Wright. L. Turner,
J. T. Molr. I). K. .Metzfier. The report
of tho secretary, showlne tho work ac
complished during the year, also tho
annual report of the shippers' wharf
committee, were read. The question of
how to arouse greater public Interest
In the board and tho matters that ionic
up before. It for consideration wns UIx
cusscd, and the suggestion made that
Hie nicotines be held twice a month In
Kireman'u Hall, and that tho public bt
.invited to attend and hear the proceed
JforKim's miction rooms this morn
ing wero crowded and tourists In tho
city wcro largoly represented, Tho oc
casion wag tho knocking down of Ha
waiian curios. Shell lela, stono and
wooden deities, hula skirts of breezy
dimensions; tapas and mats and hats
and a bunch of other Interesting stuff
went under tho hammer and tho visit
ors from nbroad were much interested
la tho proceedings, Tho salo was at
-icQ au exhibition, entertainment, ad
vertisement, promotion and Instruc
If you are a lover of naturo or If you
love to go abroad In tho fresh air, buy
a kodak and take It with you whenever
jou are on pleasure bent. You will bo
surprised at the things you will see
that are worth "snapping." An album
of kudulc pictures constitutes a delight
of which ono never tires, act a koduk
today. Tho cost Is surprisingly small.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Lots I. 2 and 5, block 101, Palolo,
45,000 square feet, were sold at Mor-,
gan's auction rooms today for J 1,000 to,
the order of Mr. Wakefield of Thco. II
Davles ft Co.
London, Jan. 2. Tho correspondent
of tho Dally Telegraph at Toklo sn
that the only secret agreement entered
Into bctwecti China and Japan Is a clef
inlnte agreement under which China
solemnly promises Japan never to al
low any other power to ostalilUli Itself
lu or to Interfere with tho rullroodj
building to Mukden and Slntnlntlii und
Klrla aud Changchun,
almost every one; but you may want
DO IT. TRY U8.
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vrmio uoi .
UNDER THG AUSPICES OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1906
To be had from members or at Berg'
ctrom Music Co.
A FIRST-CLAS8 NEW RESTAURANT
0 THE o
21 meals on ticket, $4.50.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT 8TREET.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL STS
A large consignment of well-seasoned
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 8TREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
PHONE MAIN 119 I
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO HE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :: street.
H you have never tried
J" O" J ? ) J
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do so at ones. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor when
For sale at all leading hotsls and
Thos. F. AlpTihe & Co.
101 TO 106 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
'Wo have no foreign missions for
Orlentnls, but expend this money for
tho helnlne of our own people," said
Ucv Kelmy, when addressing members
of the German Lutucran church last
The meeting was the annual business
Catherine and' the above remark wns
made when the llt-v. I'olmy wn.s giving
his statUthal report and was telling
of tho methods Uhed to dispose of tho
voluntary money lontrlbullons for the
year Ills statistical report showed
that at the 73 unices geld 4C50 pcopln
had attended, or an nernno of 9C per
sons per meeting. Tho treasurer's re
port was read, showing that $1000 bad
been expended and that there was a
Inlancc of S0O for use tho coming
year After the reports wero read the
minister was engaged for flvo years
moro and was granted a six months'
location. The following trustees wcro
elected: V. I'fotcnhauer, president;
K. I)u Rot, vlco president; W. Kelmy,
assistant vice president; 11. Schiiltzr,
treasurer; A. Kalkc, secretary; 1. l.cm
kn nnd Mr. (lehrlng, auditors. ThcsJ
are tho representatives named for the
tonilng year. Mesdamcs Schmidt,
Otromba l.llllo and Miss Schubert,
Messrs. O. I.udlon. W Hoehl, A. Ahrcns,
C. Spohlcr, II. (lebauer, K, Slebcrt, O.
llcchert, Jr., and A. Splllman, Jr.
Mr. Kelmy, when asked aliout tho
remark quoted, wild that It was not In
tended as a criticism of other people's
methods, but that his pcoplo believed
In giving "Internal" aid ,lo their own
lace, and not making nn "external
(showing with mother race.
The Burns' anniversary smoker, cel
ebrating tho Scottish bard's natal day,
will bn held in Vacrlcy Hall on thu
25th day of January, l'JOC, under tho
auspices of tho Honolulu Scottish
Addresses will be delivered by B. U.
l'etera nnd F. II. Thompson on the
toasts of tho "President," nnd "Land
Wo Live In" respectively, nnd In the
hands of such speakers somo forensic
oratory should bo lu evidence. V. B
TofIi and It. Anderson, reply to the
Scottish toasts of Land of Hums nnd
Tho Immortal Memory," and In con
junction with their familiarity with
tho places and muse should bo Jcall
A lino musical program will btt suv
talnid by tho following capablo art
IstH: Hugo llcrcr, I .Dillingham, IJ.
W. Anderson, K. a. Muuro, Ueo. K,
Davles, and Jas. K. Feuwlck, while
Uruco Hartman will give somo of his
Inimitable recitative ploces during tho
course of tho evening.
Tickets can bo had from meinlwra or
at the Dcrgstrom Muslo Co,
EWA SOCIAL NOTES
An Y.wa correspondent writes, undci
data of the ICth.
"Wo am a busy llttly colony, feet
down on this big plantation, frequently
enjoying the company of our Honolulu
uolghbors, and urc never at a loss for
a good tltno. For friends from tho cakt,
wo hno lots of them.
Tomorrow wo bid adieu to Miss Mc
Lend, a dear little girl who has been
with us for .tho past four months, lull
ing Mrs. C M. Hobcrts of Hua, but y
I'.ojio ore loug to sic her back again, iff
rcsldo permanently among us, Ycstei
day I.ady I.nwsou camo down from Ho
nolulu and was thu guest of Mr. and
Mrs. 11, (1. lloswoll, Sho was Bhowu
over the mill and plantation, taking
many views of different places, espec
ially tho mill, Sho expiesscd herself
very much pleased and BurprUed with
everything, the mill and plantation be
ing much larger thnn any she has seen
before. Lady 1-awson spent somo time
In Java. Sho fays the climate there Is
much warmer, tho plantations smaller
and tho mills very Inferior to anything
"Mr. McCandlcsn of Honolulu, aud
his brother and wife from Montana
wero also visitors to tho mill yttior
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Last quarter of the moon Jan. 17th.
The uacs ex Kaauiui and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time la lOh 20m
slower thAU Greenwich time, being
that of thu meridian of 157.30. The
tlnie'whlstle blows at 1:30 p. m whIUi
Is the same as Orcenwlstu, tfe 0m.
Wednesday, January 17.
Stmr. Knual, llriihn, from Hawaii
ports, 5:20 p. m., with 1150 sacks of
Thursday, January 18
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, from Maul
ports, S:40 a. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, for
Walmanalo, 10:20 a. m.
Wednesday, January 17!
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8tmr. W. O, Hall, S. Thompson
Kauai ports. 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, I'ederson, for Mahu
kona ports, S p. m.
0. & 0. S, S. Coptic, Klncb, for Ihc
Orient, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Hclcne, Nelton, for Hamakua
ports, G p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Gregory, tor Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
A.-ll. S. S. Alaskan, Nichols, for pel
aware Ilrcakwatcr via Kahulul and
Illlo, 5 p. m.
S. S. Mongolia, I'ortcr, for San l'rau
clsco. Stmr. Claudlne, Tarkcr, for Maul
ports, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Mnuna I.oa, Slmcrson, for Maul
and Hawaii ports, IS m.
4) I 1
P. M. S. 8. .Mongolia, I'ortcr, from
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures. C a. m., C8; S a, in.,
70; 10 a. ni.( 73; noon, 73; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.50: absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., C.SOO grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
CD per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., CO.
Wind. 6 a. m., velocity 13, direction
8. W.; 8 n. m.. velocity 13, direction S
W.: 10 a. in., velocity 22. direction S.
V.: noon, eloclty 17, direction 8. W.
Italnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 232 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
Tho bark Kalulanl, awaiting a load
of sugar, Is one of the best kept sailing
vessels that touches at this port. Cap
tain Colly takes great Interest In tho
appearance of the boat and is. con
stantly making repairs and Improve
ments. Mrs, Colly lives aboard tho bark wilu
her husband, Their living quarters
are unusually fine and fixed up with
all the comforts oT home. The Kalu
lanl will leavo for San Trnnclsco with
in a week or ten days with about 43,000
sacks of sugar to bo shipped by 11.
(lackfcld & Co, A number of Honolulu
people are figuring on making the voy.
age on the Kalaulanl. Sho has accom
modations for about ten persons.
The habeas corpus rase brought bj
Judge Gear In tho matter of a Chinese,
who was convicted In the District Court
of selling opium without a license, camo
up before Judge Robinson this morn
ing, but was, at the request of County
Attorney Douthltt, continued until next
Saturday. This case Involves the ques
tion of the Code Commission's power to
modify certain laws In the compiling
of the Revised Laws of 190S, and the
decision of this matter will Incidental
ly Involve the constitutionality of tho
corporation exhibit law, which has
caused bo much adverse criticism from
the merchants. Should the matter
teach the Supreme Court both Chief
Justice Frear and Associate Justlco
Wilder would seem to bo disqualified,
ns they wero members of tho Code Com
mission. "How do you like your husband. Ma-
lei? Sh! I believe he has deceived
mc and Is n w Idower." "Whot makes
Sou think to?" "Why, tho first night
wo wero married ho sewed up his vest
t ockets." Chicago Dally News.
Whitney & Marsh
Wc intend to close out our ENTIRE STOCK of
Ladtes Tailor Made Suits
about 20 in all and will offer the entire loton
. SATURDAY NEXT
at less than you pay ordiniarily for the skirt alone
Wc have divided them into 2 LOTS,
One at $5.00. a suit
The other at $8.50 a suit
Of course some are better than others, being originally
priced as high as $30.00. This is your chance, first
come first choice. j J & jt c j j j jl
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
At the annual meeting of tho Ger
man Benevolent Society, held on Jan
uary 17th, 1906, tho following officers
wero elected for tho current year:
Mr. F. A. Sehaefer President
Mr. W. Pfotenhauer -...
....Vice President and Trustee
Mr. D, von Damm Treasurer
Mr. H. J. Ktlte Auditor
Mr. J. F. Eckardt Secretary
JOHANNES F. ECKAIIDT.
3284-2t Secretary O. B. Society.
Notico Is hereby given that Chong
I'll Shone, of Ka Yin Chu. Canton, Chi
na, has duly, on tho 2nd day of Do
c ember, 190S, been admitted as part
ner of tho Tung Chun Tone Co., deal
ers In Chinese drugs and general mer
chandise, on Aula Street, Honolulu,
January 18th, 1900.
TUNO CHUN TONO CO..
By YANO CHEU KIAM,
For Want Column See Pane Six
To lease or buy a place sultablo to
ralso chickens, etc. Address Mr. Da
Vlo, 1834 Punchbowl St.
To rent n small cottago oift of town;
furnished preferred; stato terms.
II. 1, Bulletin office. 328 Mw
By capable woman, position as manag
ing nouscKccpcr; no oujccuon to
children or going In tho country. Ad
dress M Bulletin. 3283-2t
Rooms, furnished nnd unfurnished:
light housekeeping allowed; special
rates for board and lodging. Hotel
Lauhala, opp. Y. M. C, A.
BANGALORE' COAL AFIRE
The ship Bangalore has had a narrow
escape from tho fate which had befal
len many a sailing vessel engaged In
tho dangerous occupation of carrying
coal, a cargo which has a bad habit of
warming up and breaking Into flames at
Inconvenient times. The Bangalore,
Captain Blanchard, has put Into Val
paraiso with her cargo on fire.
Although well known at this port. It
Is somo time slnco the Bangnloro
dropped her anchor In this harbor. Sho
lift this coast April 11, 1905. when she
sailed for Illlo, Sho left tho Hawaiian
port May 15 for Delaware Breakwater
und October G sailed from Philadelphia
on tho vo)age now Interrupted by tho
conllagratlon In her hold.
Sho was bound for Honolulu with a
cargo of coal and- managed to reach tho
Pacific before things below got too hot
for comfort. No details havo been re
ceived as to tho extent of damage done '
by tho fire, but tho fact that sho was
able to put Into Valparaiso Insures tho
safety of thoso on board. I
Tho Bangaloro was built In 1880 at
Ctci.-Ln, Me., and Is owned by Alex-
rncc- ta'.v. In of this city. Call.
STEAMER KAUAI ARRIVES
The steamer Kauai arrived from Ha.'
wnll yesterday afternoon with 1100
tacks of sugar consigned to Irwin &
Co., and SO head of cattle. The steam-.
r Kalulanl Is placing buoys at Papat
kou, The Honokaa mill started grinding
yesterday, as did tho Kukalau. Tho
Papaaloa will begin some time the
early part of next month. The Hono
mu and the Pepeckeo mills also began
moving this week, A total of 24.700
Backs of Biigar Is awaiting at tint other
milts on Hawal. I
Sugar list awaiting shipment for Ha
waii: Kukulhaele, 2500; Paauhau,
4000; Hakalau, 5900; Papalkoa, 9000;.
Wnlnaku, 1800; Walakea, 1500.
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FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
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Handsome Victoria Phaeton, canopy,
2 Surreys, Buggy,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
JAS. F. MORQAN,
I'm ready now to show you-mule,
t tmllnvn thpv urn tho beat 1'vo sold
yet. Havo a good look; any time; salt
JA8. F. MORQAN,
The choicest lots both as regards
location and price. Let mo show you.
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Corner Pcnaacola nnd Klnau Sts.
Healthy-locality, cool beautiful shado
trees. Houses built from architect's
approved plan of latest sanitation.
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