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BVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1006.
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With a large number of people
nbuanl from Honolulu going to a'l
ijrlj of tho world. Ineluillng tin U'nnli
lngtcn delegation from Hawaii, bust
m'B nun anil pleasure seekers, and
tourists who huvo been hero lor
jiumthH nml mmlo many friends, and
la addition ilglity through passengers
from the Orient tlio Pncifk Mall 8 S
Mongolia left tlio Hackfeld wharf
tbortl alter 9 o'clock thin morning
timid the playing of tlio Hawaiian band
und tlio waving of hundreds of hand
iarchlefs and tlio throning of lei after
lei. Man) well known people wcru
iirnong the crowds, ono of them being
the Chinese Consul.
A strong souther!) wind was blow
ing when tho Mongolia backed Into tlio
harbor. In spite of tho unfavorable
conditions the big liner, with tho as
ulstanco of the tug Fearless, turned
ii round without Incident and steamed
through the channel toward diep wa
ter. A few minutes later she was on
tier ) aiross tho 1'aclflc to tho Qold
en (late of California.
Among tho passengers was J. A Ken
ncdy of the Inter Island Stuim Navi
gation Compan), who Is going to tho
Coast with plans lor u now bteamor
tor tho Ililo run.
.Mrs W l'fotcnhaucr was another,
II. F Dillingham and family woro
aboard, going to tho mainland
Airs, l'ockllngton, Miss rocklington
end two maids, and Miss HarKrcaves,
English tourists on a trip around tho
world, and who havo been hero son oral
uceks, continued on their way.
J. C. Coppage, a tiavellng shou sakg
man, was aboard.
M. D. Hall of San Francisco, a fer
tilizer man, who has boon here bIx
vecks, Is returning homo.
Dr. L. p, Cofor, of tho I'ubllc Health
find Marino Hospital Servlco, Is on his
,ay to tho Coast to meet his wife, who
Sias been on a lslt In the States.
K-r. .Mr. O. D. WatBOti and wlfo
J. vV Cathrart, tho lawyer, ucenm
jrirrfiua liy MrB Cathcart. Is on his wny
10 San Francisco on a buslncKS trip
J. K Kutz, 11 wealthy ttigllsh tour
ist, accompanied by his nttendant, O
Uaddcloy, lctt to continue their trip
around tho globe.
S. 1'elzcr, a fertilizer salesman of
Han Francisco, la returning to his lio.id
Dr T)rco, U. S. N., vvljo has boon
stationed at Midway for tun mouths, is
on ills way to Maro Island for further
Mrs M II Marks was ono of tho
F. N. McCaiidlcss and wlfo are re
turning homo. Mr McCuudlcas has
been hero on business
An orchestra under the direction of
Jlr. Stockton will furnish music for
tho Burns Smoker, to bo held Thurs
day evening It will bo made, up of
the following members: First violins,
Carl llusch, I). U Marx; Becond vio
lin, W. II. M. Nolct; flutes, C. S. Dcs
ly, E. Kopko; clarionet, J II Stock
ton; viola, II. II Tuck; 'cello, Dr, lla
nos, contra bass, A, S. Carter; piano,
Ii. II. Macfarlano Jr. The pieces roa
dcred will Include the ovcrturo "Don
file Scotland"; march, "A I'rlnce of
Good Fellows", and a clarionet sola
toy J. II, Stockton, Tho musical pro
Kram will number vocal selections and
tlio literary list shows a corps of ar
tists who will Insplro with oratory nnd
omtico with quips and Josts.
Somo people wouldn't ho half so bad
If they were Judged b) their fcood dicd3
as well as their faults.
TO THE 0
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1906
' To be had from members or at Berg
etrom Music Co.
A large consignment of well season
ed KOA LUMBER.
I Will be gold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
UNITED STATES FLAGS.
In nccordanco with tho provisions of
Act 10, passed at tho last no-salon of
Iho I.cglslnturo whereby provisions are
mado for supplying each of tlio I'ubllc
School houses and Court Houses in tho
Territory of Hawaii with a suitable
United States flag, either of bunting
or cotton, sealed proposals will bo re
ceived at tho office of tho Superln
tcniknt of Public Works until 12
o'clock noon of January 30th, 190G, for
furnishing tho following number of
.Hags and of tho sizes designated.
30 4 x C flags.
50 G'xlO' flags.
I 15 8' X 12' flags
Didders will submit enmplo flags
fallowing tlio quality which they Intend
. 1'ioposals must bo submitted In a
foaled envelope, nddressed IqC. S Hoi
low ay, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu T II, cndoised
"Proposal for United States nags."
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho light to l eject any or all
C S. HOU.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, Jan 20, 190C. 32SC3t
NEW - TO-DAY
HAWAIIAN RELIEF SOCIETY.
Mrs. C. Holloway, President of tho
Hawaiian Itcllof Society, haB called a
meeting of tho Boclcty for 10 o'clock
Tuesday morning, Jan. 23, at Mrs. Sam
Allen's residence, Atakca St
THE COOKING 8CHOOL.
"How To Ubo Leftovers" Is to bo
Iho subject of Miss Tiacey's cooking
lecturo at tho Hnwallan Hotel Wed
This lesson will Include. Mulligataw
ny Soup Shepherd's Pie, Macaroni and
J Meat Tlinbnlcs, Shrewsbury Cakes
I Tho lesson begins promptly at 10
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1 numially rough weather prevails
aline the i oasts of the other llainli ,
and lu the ihanncls. The steumcr Kl .
nail nrrivoil several hours Into thlsJ
morning from her wcckl) trip to Hllo
anil wny ports Northerly winds ami
heavy Fcas were encountered by the
Klnau At many points Capt Fricinan
derided not to land the mall on ac
count of tho heavy swells luniilliiga
were not made at either Mahukoua, Kn
Walhac, Makcna or I.ahaln Tho Ma
hukona and Kawnihac mall was taken
shore at Maalaea to bo transferred to
the steamer Mailna l.oa, liavlug hcr
today .Makcna and I abalua mall was
brought to Honolulu
Tho steamers Nllliau and Nocau
wero unable to make shore at ports
along tho Hawaii coast and the Klnau
passed them both on their way to Hllo.
The I Ikelike was at I ahalna endeavor
ing to discharge freight under dluTuilt
Ircumstances No great amount of
Anniago hns been dona by tho rough
Hvcry Chlncso laundnmnn In Hono.
lulu nnd vicinity will bo as busy as a,
uvi' uii nay loiiiurrow. in iuci. iney
will probably work all tonight, tomor
row airtl tomorrow night The cause
of this unusual activity Is tho approach
of the Chinese New Year next Wed
ncsdn) If there Is an) ono who likes
to cclebrnto It Is tho Chinaman, and
ho likes to glorif) particularly at tho
beginning of his new )car
The laundrymen will all work tomor
row so as to get as much of tho laun-.
,! i nnlm.l nn.1 Ivnn na t-irxaa I Kin en '
111 r unnuit U11V1 ii uii mo iuaiuiv, w
(hat on January 24th they will havu
nothing to do but celcbrato. And thu
celebration will bo 'continued Into
Thursday nnd Friday, and possibly, un
111 Saturday. A representative of tho
laundrymen called on Assistant Slier-
llf Henr) Vldn today ami nsiteu per
mission from tho pollco to labor all
day on tho Sabbath, Tho request was
P. A Davis, corporal of marines, ac
cused of turning lu false flro alarms,
pleaded guilty In tho Pollco Court his
morning. Judgo Whitney suspended
rentrnce six months. Dav Is v as turned
ever to tho naval authorities and ho
will be court martlalcd. Ho will havu
u hearing on suspicion of being tlio man
who on Monday night railed l.leut
Harlleo on tho telephone and used in
suiting languago toward him. Davis
will probably l,o sent to tho AUatruz
Island prison, In San Franc Isio bay
Davis said ho probahl) violated the
onllnanco regarding fnlso nlarms while
under the lnllueiuo of llipioi Ho ad
mlts that drink Is his falling Ho says
ho could not hnvo been In his right
mind when ho pulled the box Davis
inso was postponed )csterday until
Mondn) I low over, ho was anxious to
Invo It over with and was tried today
Tho Paradise of the Pacific launches
u new volume with tho Joiiuar) num
her, out today, whlih promises to bo
one of tho most valuable Hawaii pro
motion works of the. yRir. In this val
uable and .nlBtic periodical are reflect
ed all tho delights of tho Islands, oil
their advantages, opportunities, at
tractions, charms, pleasures and In
ducements. A volume of Tho Paradise is an an
nual record of tho Territory's progress
and tho growth of the country as a pop
ular resort. The Illustrations mako
up an album of rare interest and beauty
and tho timely topics discussed In Its
columns keep the reader abroad and
at homo always posted.
An especially Interesting artlclo In
the current number deals with home
building in theso Islands.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Jan. 19, 1906,
From 10i30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Pioneer Mill Co Ltd to Nelllo I)
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Last quarter of the moon Jan. 17th.
Hawaiian tiundara lime la lub, mm
slower ttuu Greenwich time, being
that of thb meridian of 157.30. Too
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m whkh
It the same as drcenwlsh. Oh Om.
Friday, January 2
Slmr Ko Au Hon, Tullctt. from
Knunl ports, 10:45 p. in , with 2550 bat,s
Saturday, Januarj 20
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo anf
wnj ports, lu.45 a. m.
Frldny, Januarj 19.
Stmr Iwalnul, l'lltr, for Ahuklnl, S
Slmr Claudlnc, Parker, for Maul
torts, 5 p m.
Saturday, January 20
Stmr Maunn I on, Slmerson, for Maul
nml Hawaii portn. '- m.
P M. S S Mongolln. Porter, for San
Franc Isio, 9 a. m. (
A.-II. S. S Alaskan, Nichols, for Del
0 fi Moon
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5 41' I 44
aware Ilreakwatcr, via Kahulul and.32SClw
Slmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, due In morning.
Stmr. I.lkclike, Naopala, from Molo
kal, Maul and I-anal ports.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dow dell, from San
Per stmr Klnau. from Hllo and way
ports, Jan. 20. Mrs. S. P. Kodke. A.
Hocking, II Gorman, II K nil, F A.
Wlckctt. W Thompson, S 8 Litchfield
W Winter, (1 II. Qere. O. P. Tulelan.
Miss U Ackermanf C. C Hnkln, J M
Oaorlo, Miss n. May. Miss Francis
Stoddard, John Hind, It. Cotton, O C.
iioigaaru, u. i.mczcr, ;. Vincent, r A,
l.loyd, Miss A. George and 81 on deck.
Per S. S. Mongolia, Jan 20, for San
Francisco. Mrs. W. Ffotenbauer, C.
Du Itol and wife. Miss Schurerr, Miss
Power. D F. Dillingham and wife, Mrs
l'ockllngton, Miss Pockllngton and 2
maids, Miss Hargrcaves, J It. Gait
and wlfo. Miss C. J, Carter, James A.
Uuulu and wlfo, O. Iladdelcy, W. C.
It. Cavo, a. A. Parkins, G. S Clarke
and wife, Mrs. II. C. McPIko, son
und daughter; 1;. S. Aldrkh and wife,
J. A. Kennedy, George W Smith. F.
J. Lowroy, M. P. Robinson, Allen Hob
Inson, B. A. Mclnorny. S)dnoy Levy,
1'. N. McCandloss nnd wife, M A.
Dunham, II. C Taft, J. C. Taft, Mrs.
Solomon Splro, Mrs. M II. Marks. J,
U Coppago, O. II. Keep Jr. and wlfo,
M. 1). Hall, Miss II. Woods, Dr. U E.
Cofer, Hov. Mr. O. D. Watson nnd
wlfo. W. II. Richards. MrB. SI. Mc
Lcod, J. W. Cathcart and wife, J. K.
Kutz, S. Pelzer, A, B. Locbonsteln, D.
II Case, Dr. Tyrco, U. 8. N.J George
W. Waller, A. N. Campbell.
Per stmr. Mauna l.oa. for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Jan. 20. Mrs. Kamala
Piiuku. Frank Oonvler, Ernest Hu, T.
II. Iloblnson, Judge II. E. Cooper, Miss
Mary Phillips. Mr. Mills, Ilev. A. S.
Ilaker, Mrs. 11. Wallace. .Mrs. W. W.
Druucr, II. Wassman, Mrs. Matwimoto
unci Infant, E. M. Thompson, Judge W
L. Stanley, Nicholas Illchard, 11. It
Elgin, Mrs. It. IJ. Ilaker. Mrs. Wm. Mo
Wayne, Master Klata Matsumoto.
Pir btmr. Mlkuhala. for Kauai, Jan.
18 Miss Ilhodes, E. A. Knurlsen, Mr
V KnuilHcn, Mrs. Hannah Cook, Mlsi
A A Mangier, Mrs. Knudtcn. II W
Ehlcrs. Frauds Gay, W C Parke, II A
Jaeger, Mrs, Fay, F. Ii. Damon.
U. S. Weather Ilureau,
Temperatures 0 a. ra , 70; 8 a. m ,
70, 10 a m 72, noon, 74, morning
Ilaromcter, S a. m., 29 79; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 a. m , C.2C7 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a m.,
1G per cent; dew point, 8 a, in, ES.
Wind. C a. m. velocity 20, direction
8. W , 8 a. m , velocity 22, dliectlon W ;
10 a m velocity 22, direction W; noon,
velocity 23, direction W,
Falnfall during 24 hours ended 8 u,
in , .10 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 4GG miles.
ALEX. McG. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Du
For Wont Column See Page Six
A black cocker spaniel dog, tag No.
1205 Howard If returned to T E,
Wall, King and Richards Sts.
Whitney & Marsh
We intend to close out our ENTIRE STOCK of
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 than others, being originally
priced as high as $30.00. This is your chance, first
come first choice. & Jf- & & & & & & &
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my nbsenco from tho Terri
tory Mr. A W. T. Uottomtey and-or Mr.
Alex. Garvlc, will act for tno under
I power of Attorney. ,
ui.u. w. a.Mini.
HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL 80CIETY.
Tho postponed Annual Meeting of
tho Hawaiian Historical Society will
bo held on Monday evening, Jan. 22nd,
at S p. m., at tho Honolulu Llbrnry.
An Interesting paper will bo read by
Chief Justice Frcar, on tho Develop
ment of Hawaiian Statuto Law.
Tho public Is cordlall) Invited to bo
32SG 2t W D. ALEXANDER.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUIIT OF THE
Second Circuit. Territory of Hnwali.
At Chambers; In Probate. In tho Mat
ter of tho Estate of J. Pall S)lva, lata
of Walluku, Maul, deceased. Order of
?votlce of Hearing Petition for Sale of
Heal Estate. On reading and filing tho
petition or tuos. u. Lyons, admlnlstra
lor of tho cstnto of J. Pall S)lva, do
ceased, alleging that claims against
eald estato of $1274 10 havo been prc
reatcd to said administrator, and ap
proved by him, and that thcro la not
enough funds of said estate In his
hands to pay tho same, and praying
that ho may bo authorized to sell all
of the real property of said deceased
vvnlch Is In said petition inoro f;illy
described and Bet forth. It Is ordered
that Monday, the 2Cth day of Febru
ary, A. D. .190(1, at 10 o'clock a. m., bo
and hereby Is appointed for hearing
Mild petition In tho court room of this
court at Walluku, Maul, at w hlch llinci
and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cnuso. If any they
have, why said petition should not ha
granted, and that nutlco of this order
be published In the English languago
for three, succcsslvo weeks In tho Even
ing Ilulletln, n dally nonspapor pub
lished in Honolulu, and In tho Maul
News, n weekly newspaper published
Dated at Walluku, Maul, January
(Sgd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of -tho
Attest: (Sgd.) EDMUND II. HAIIT.
cierk or tho circuit Court of the
3280 Jan. 20, 27; Feb. 3, 10.
IN THE CIIICUIT COURT OF THE
rirst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, In
Probate; at Chambers, In tho Matter
of tho Estate of Henry Martn Still
man, deceased. Order of Notice of Pe
tition for Final Distribution adn Dis
charge In this Estnto On reading and
filing tho petition of John M. Dow sett,
of Honolulu, executor under tho will of
Henry Mart)n Stlllman, deceased,
wheicln ho asks that a final order may
no mnuo of distribution or tho prop
trt) remaining In his hands to tho per
sons thereto entitled, and discharging
him and his sureties from nil further
tesponblblllty ns such executor, It Is
ordeied that MONDAY, tlio 5th day of
MAIICH, A. D 1900, at nlno o'clock
a. m , boforo tho Judgo of said court at
tho court room of tho Bald court at Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, bo and tho
jeamo hereby Is appointed ns tho tlmo
and placo for hearing said petition,
and that all persons Interested may
then and there appear and show
came, if any they have, why tho samo
tfchould not bo granted, and may pro-
tent evldenco as to who are entitled to
tho raid property. And that notlco of
this order, In tho English language, bo
published In the Evening Ilulletln, a
niwupupcr priuieu aim puuusueu in
Honolulu, onco a week for throe suc
cessive weeks, tho laBt publication to
bo not less than two weeks previous
to tho time therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, this 20th
day of January, 190C.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY. JR.,
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court of
tho Tlrst Circuit.
AtteBt: J. A. THOMPSON, i
W. S. Edlngs, attorney for petition
3286 Jan. 20. 27; Fob. 3. 10.
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