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U ' X2 EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1900.
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There ore fmitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
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Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
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Wc pack, haul and ship your
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Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stotajc in Brick Warehouse,
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Wholcsnlc & Retail Ll-juor Denier,
D o Stock of .lapanese and America Liquors 'inzal Saloon In connection.
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Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
126 Kine St. Phone Main 58
HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG Hotel.
INDICATION OF READINESS
Should rRoutitE c me
OF DEPARTURE OF
Washington, Jan 3 Tho attltudo
of tho Chinese toward foreigner anil
foreign Interests generally has heiomo
lions on tho Dart of the various go
eminent for the suppression of another
tionioustiallou such oh that which oc
iiirrcd In PJOO. Tlio Na l)curtmcnt
hail Intended to order tho battleship
Oregon bail; to tho United States, but,
In view of tho threatening situation
whli li has developed, Instructions hnvo
Imjiii tabled to leave this vessel In the
Orient Tliero Is no change In tho pur
pose of tho l'rcsldont to Increase tho
battleship squadron in Asiatic waters
by two vessels during tho coming
The Chinese situation was discussed
at the Cabinet meeting leutcrdny, and
i later 8cnctary Taft cublcd to General
Wood, commanding tho military divi
sion In tho Hilllpplues, tlint he nun to
lie lelnlorced n order that ho might
ulsi)H havo a strong detachment In
leuuincss to proceos without dilay to
China In case American Interests wcio
menaced Tho regiments of Infantry
and two batteries of field artlllcr) will
bo sent from tho United States at onto
ami should reach .Manila by March 1
The administration docs not expect
any rising before that date, but, a an lawn or the allownncc of appropriations
otlic-lal said. It Is utterly Iinpossllilu to should bo prevented by tho most rigid
predict when tho ChlucJO may attack measures at tho command of the Gen
tho foreigners. Tho only thing to do, 'ernl Assembly,
he halil, was to bo readj, and this Is Tliero Is a creature, however, who
mo view oi mo rrcsiuciii auu mo on-
'Hie troops at Manila will bo within
flltv hours of Chlncso territory, ami if
It should prove necessary to laud a
lorce in tlio southern part of the em
pire tliero will not bo tho long delay
which would cnnblo the Chlncso to pro
paro fur desperate resistance.
Sail Francisco, Jan. 4. The aim)
officers hero hnvo not been olUciuliv
notified of tlio Governments Intention
to send moro .troops to the Philippines
nuil no chaiibu has been made. In the
culling bchediilo of troops which was
mado out u fow- mouths ago. If tho
present schedule is not ihuugcd parts
of live regiments, which vi 111 bo equal
to about Ui no full reglmentB, will bo
tent to tlio Philippines, while live lull
regiment.) havo been ordered to return
to tho United States from tho Islands.
Several officers, high In authority,
stated yesterday that tliero was noth
ing unusual In tho sailing of additional
troops from this port, as the army reg
ulations state clearly that all reglmcnta
shall serve two vcars lu tho islands
uml four )cars at homo, which means
that u third of tho whole army Is set
asido tor Philippine) duty, Tho present
standing of tho army Is about tij.uuo
men and of this number about 2J,UUd
aro In tho Philippines at piesent
As thcro wcro only two leglmonts
tent from tlio United States army ilui-
, lug tho Doxcr trouble In China- It would
jhardl) seem ucicsgary to Increase tlio
standing aimy In tlio lBlands unless
an uprising In China bliould actually
occur In case of nu emergency and
tho War Department should decide to
lush troops to China almost the eutliu
army In tho Islands could bo sent tliero
oh short notice, besides two regiments
of Infantry, one regiment of cavalry
and six batteries of light artillery,
which aro stationed lu tho Paclllu dl-
According to tho schedulo Issued a
few months ago and which the olllcerj
uecinro nas never ueeu cuangeu inu
troops will sail for and lcavo Manila
Troops for Manila December ID, ten
troops of the Third Cavalry; Januaty
B, four troops of tho Fourth Cavalry;
January 25, Twenty-fourth Infantry;
, March 6, Eighth Infantry and two
croups ui uio juiru cjavuiry.
Troops returning from Manila No
vember in, Seventh Infantry; Decem
ber 1G, Twenty-second Infantry; Jauu
nry 25, Second Cavalry; March C,
Twentieth Infantry, and April 1C,
Job Printing at The Bulletin
GOV. MERRICK CALLS THE
LOBBYIST A CREATURE
POINT8 WAY OF RELIEF FROM
TAXATION NOMINATION OF
COUNTY OFFICERS AT DI
Columbus, O, Jan. L Tho Ohio Leg
islature .convened today. For the first
tlmo In years tho Assembly was not
.-. ... H. VV ..-.-- .--
opened with prayer. Tho message of
Governor Herrlck (to tho Legislature
was lu part as follows:
I most earnestly recommend the
abolishment of the lobby In Ohio. It
Is neither possible, nor desirable to
Isolate members of tho General As
sembly from tho people. It Is right
ami proper that executive and odmlnls.
tintlvo officers of tho State, who arc
the servants of tho people, should ltecp
In iloao touch with the members of the
legislature In order to ascertain and
cany out their wishes. It is neics
e.iry and desirable thai tho public at
largo or any citizens who arc specially
Interested In some subject of legisla
tion should hnvo full opportunity to
appear before tho proper committee In
either house to be publicly heard in
any matter affecting tho welfare of the
State or the Interests or any business
, or class of people. Hut beond these
' limitations all contact between legis
lators and outsiders In tho work of
legislation should bo stopped and all
1 moans of soliciting. Importuning or
demanding tho enactment or repeal of
mom rlihly deserved tlio scorn mid con-
tempt of men than tho lobbyist. It is
be who Is responsible for tho so-called
"mllMug bills" Introduced for thepiir
puso of extorting money frfim special
Interests Ho It Is who often brings
thi lohbvlht In self-defense to tho Leg
Islaturo. Acting very naturally upon
the law of self-preservation and desir
ing to protect themselves from threat
ened lulu, tho owners of legitimate In
dustries or tho proprietors of proper
unci lawful businesses aro often com
pelled to send representatives to the
legislature to watch tho progress of
tliieateued attacks upon their private
Interests by thoso whole solo motive Is
to arouse this anxiety. No legislation
ulll rcuih this situation. Tho sole
romedy for It lies In tho wholesomo
contempt which all members of the
Legislature Bliould feel and show to
ward those who daro to engage in this
pernicious practice. I speak of this
evil because It Is urceil as an exeiuo
for the lobby and thcro ought not to
ho an) excuse far tho lobby.
I tic people of Ohio havo como to rC'
gnnl ns their State policy a sjsteui of
luxation wlilih relieves real nnd per
'on.il property from tho cntlro burden
uf tho Stale's expenditures other than
for educational purpose. This policy
In lullovc the homes and farms of the
people from taxation for Stato put
potc-s ami to place the burden upon
thoso who enjoy special privileges
from tho Slate Is both wise ami Just
nnd should not be disturbed It should
ho ciiirlcd still further so that ultimate
ly no tax whatover Is Imposed upon
real or personal property for any Stnto
I nm earnestly In favor of tho nom
ination of nil county, municipal and
other officers bv a nrlmarv election.
believe that conventions for such pur
poccs should be abolished and that all
aspirants for offices should have an
equal opportunity to bo nominated by
a direct vote of the people,
And It Ib a Gem A perfectly accur
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The BU8INE8S MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and the Weekly Edition, give a
concise and ocoplete resume of all le
gal notices, oall for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits ant, real e
75 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
j tate transaction. Cventng Bulletin,
Jl per year.
"It Is with pleasure that I can testify
to It great benefit I derived from tho uae
of Ayer's Sareaparilla. I snlTered terribly
from Indigestion, and tried several medi
cine without avail. I was then per
tuaded to take
and after using a few bottles my indiges
tion was cured, my appetlto came back,
and I ss strong and hearty. This is
some years since, and my old complaint
has not returned, but I alss keep n bot
tle in the house, and -then I feel at all out
of sorts a few do-.es nut no right again
In quick order." W. SlNMSsox, lit.
Torrciu, S. A.
There nro many Imitation
Bo sure youfjet "AYER'S."
PreptrtitljEr.J.C.Ayef A Co ,Lo-vcM,Mni .U.S.A.
AYSU 8 FILLS, lh btt flmllr IaxaiIt.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION OF
At tho Annual Meeting of tho Mem
bers of the Merchants' Association of
Honolulu, held on January 10, 1906, tho
following Directors wcro elected to
servo for tho ensuing )car:
Mr. Robert Catton, Mr. A. Cart
ley, Mr. C. 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
cas. At a Meeting of tho nbovo named
Directors, held on January 12, 1906,
tho following Officers wcro elected:
Mr. Geo. W. Smith President
Mr. Robert Catton. Vice President
Mr. E. H. Paris Secretary
Mr. W. W. Harris Treasurer
EDWIN II. l'AIUS,
Scc'y. Merchants' Association of
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OP
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.
Pursuant to call of tho Frist Vlco
President, a special meeting of tho
tliarcholdcrs of Aloxandcr . Daldwtn,
Limited, will be hold on Tuesday, tho
30th day of January, 1906, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day, at the offlco of the
corporation In tho Stangenvvald Build
ing, Honolulu, Hawaii, for tho purpose
of considering a proposition to in
create tho capital stock of said corpor
atlon, and such other business as may
be brought boforo tho mooting.
ELMnrt E. PAXTON,
Secretary Alexander & llaldvvln, Ltd.
Dated at Honolulu, January 13, 1305.
Notlco Is hereby given that Chong
Pu Shoug, of Ka Yin Chu. Canton, Chi
na, has duly, on tho 2nd day of De
cember, 190S, been admitted ns part
ner of tho Tung "Chun Tong Co., deal
ers In Chlneso drugs nnd general mer
chandise, on Aala Street, Honolulu,
January 18th, 1906.
TUNG CHUN TONCJ CO.,
By YANG CHEU KIAM.
Wo tako this method of notifying
the public that nil accounts due us
which nro not settled within Blxty days
trnm dato will bo placed In the hands
of an attorney for collection.
THE POUTER rUHNlTUIlE CO.,
Per K. 11, POIVTEIL
Honolulu, January 2, 1900. 3276 tf
All accounts owing the Coyno Furni
ture Co., Ltd., must bo paid In sixty
da)s from date. All unpaid accounts
after this daU will bo placed In tho
hands of an attorney for collection.
COYNE FUHNITUHE CO., LTD.,
3275-lf Dy A. COYNE.
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT 80CIETY.
At tho annual meeting of the Gor
man Benevolent Society, hold on Jan
uary 17th, 1900, the following officers
wcro elected tor mo cuncnt year
F. A. Schaefer President
..Vice President and Trustee
B, von Damm Treasurer
H. J. Nolte Auditor
J. F. Eckardt Secretary
JOHANNES F. ECKAItDT,
Secretary G. D. Socioty,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd,
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala 8ugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
rh Fulton Iron Works, St Louts, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
rh Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
rh New England Life Insurance C
Ths Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford.
rho Alliance Assurance Co. of London
ffm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd
WM. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr
JNO. D. 8PRECKELS..1st Vice Pre.
W. M. GIFFARD ...2d Vice PrM-
H. M. WHITNEY Treasure
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. 8PAULDING Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., 8an Franelsoe
Weern Sugar Refining Co., 8an Fran
Baldwin Loeotometlve Work, Phil
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turer of National Cane Shredder),
New York, N. Y.
Pacific OH Transportation Co., 8an
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookals
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co,
tlonomu Susar Co.,Valluku Sugar Co,
Popcckco Sugar Co, Tho Planters'
l.lno of San Francisco Packets, Cbas
Drawer & Co.' lino of Doston Packet.
List of Office.-:
C. M. Cooke, President; Georgs
Kobertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
Life and Fire
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
ntlas Assurance Company of London
Phoenix Assurance Co. of London.
New York Underwriter' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th floor, SUngenwald Bldg.
Gatton, Neill & Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS
QUEEN and RICHARDS ST8.
Boiler re-tubed with charcoal Iron
or steel tube; general ship work.
;ohon bros. & co.
Plans nnd estimates furnished foi
nil classes contracting work.
s Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
Fort and Queen St.
P. H. durnette,
Attorney-st-Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Loans, Collection.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phone: Office, Main 310; Rei.Wh.1341
Office, 79 Merchant St., Honolulu.
I BUILDING MATERIAL
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by
R other dealers. Doors, screen doors
sash and builder' hardware.
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Alakea St, mauka 8allors Home.
O. R. & L. Coc
October II, 190
For Walanae Walalua, Kahukti and
Vay Stations 9:16 a.m., '3:20 p.m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
stations f7:30 a. m., 9:15 a, m.,
11:05 a. m., '2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m,
'5:16 p. ra., 9:30 p. m.. flltlS p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai
ilua and Walanae 8!36 n. m., 66:39
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City VAt a. m., 8:36 a. m.,
'10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m 4:31 p. m
J:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m
t Sunday Excepted.
t Sunday Only.
The Halclwa Limited .a two-hour
(rain, leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning arrive In Ho
aolulu at 10:10 p. ra. The Limited
top only at Pearl City and Walanae.
3. P. DENISON,
F. C. 8MITH,
Q. P. & T. A.
Clau Spreckel. Wm. a. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agent The Ne
rada National Dank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union, of London and
Smith' Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchnge Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Pari Credit Lyonnal.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hon
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North America,
Deposits received. Loan mado on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bill of .x
change bought and sold.
Collection (Promptly Accounted For.
AND tRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
8UB8CRIBED CAPITAL.. .$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL J 100,000.00
President Cecil, Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peek
Offlco: Corner Fort and King St.
8AVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Intorost allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, por annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
The Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd.
Capital Subscribed Ten 24.000.000
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Tund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Dombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobo, London,
L)ons, Nagasaki, Newchwang, New
York, Peking, San Francisco, Shang
hai, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tho bank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 87 KINO ST.
Y. Wo Sing & Co.
FRUITS AND GROCERIES.
Fresh provisions and fruit by every,
California steamer. Fresh Island but
ter from Hawaii.
1123 Fort St. and 1188 Nuuanu 8L
P. O. Box 961. Tel. White 9SV
HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
Suits made to order In the latest
styles. Perfect fit guaranteed. Cloth
ing cleaned, dyed and repaired, .
Dealer In Bamboo Furniture and Pic
ture Frame. Also Cabinet Maker.
TELEPHONE 'SLUE B81.
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TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
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Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
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