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ttVKNINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It, TUESDAY, JAN. 23, 1806.
SUIT STYLES ORIGINATE IN CLOTHING FACTORIES'
Thli It the "reason why": Ready-made clothing, even of the eheapett
quality, alwaya deplcta the prevalent Style. Our stock contains none but
LATE 'STYLE SUITS.
ftjiooe viotnino vo. oi hotel stbbkt.
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
ts'enjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of anlme'J and birds, ther
are other flights too numerous
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALIHI, and other desirable localities
Alio 1 JUMP-SBA'l DUCKSOAIU),
second-hand: good as new.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Uank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds &. Sons, Lon
don. Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook & 8on.
Interest allowed on term
and 8avlngs Bank Deposits.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion ivlth their carriage
chop, etc. Having scour
ed the services of a first
class she"- are pro
pared to ao mi work In
trusted to them In a first
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T3.
WI. 6. IRWIN& CO., LTD.
Agents for the
Royal Insurrnce Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance A?;urance Co. of London.
cottlsh Union &, National Ins. Co. of
Fix Askoclatlon of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhelnia of Magdeburg General Inr
FI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A, FERNANDEZ & SOU,
No. 44-50 King 8L, Katsey Block, beL
Nuuanu and Smith 8ts.; Tsl. aln 18S.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Dflfc-a and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
082 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. V
IN VICTOR RECORDS
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLOQ.
UP-TO-DATE GROCERS (
J. M. LEVY & CO.
PHONE MAIN 149
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1) COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL 8T.,
Our $65 White
are 'marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inchoi, the four sides are fit
ted ' with removable tablets
with raised lettere. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
Fine Fire Wood
o FOR SALE o
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord &. Belser. These ties will make
Per Cord at yard, $5.00.
Per Cord, Delivered, $5.75.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & RICHARDS.
THE COBWEB CAFE,,
OUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 482.
win pr i loimnn
Camara & Co,, Props,5
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
cerved by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
O. FAR I A
lis maimnu a nwuun iwu-ritwe
HOTEL opp. BI8H0P 8TREET.
A FIR8T-CLA8S NEW RESTAURANT
0 THE 0
21 meals on ticket, $4.50.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT STREET.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phon. Bluo 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332,
That all men's palates are pleased
witn tne tare servea ny me
Cornrf HOTEL, and BETHEL
Geo. A. Martin
Open Saturdays until 9 p. m.
ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL ST.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 266. P. O. Box S45
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
I At jtU. At k dBk A A. A t& jAi jtjfc I
CLEANING and DYEING
Wt art now miking a iptclalty of th 4
bovf ork, w d
4 January bream Laundry. 1
2 Phono Moln 7!l ' J
And Fresh Cut Flowers
HOTEL STREET STORE.
New Barber Shop
Recently opened, everything clean
and wholesome. Both barbers former
ly located at Center shop on Bethel St.
NOW AT 1038 NUUANU STREET.
A. ITOGO, Proprietor.
IN TI1D CIIICUIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate; at Chambers. In the Matter
of the Estato of William Kamana, de
ceased. Order of Notice of Petition
for Allowance of Pinal Accounts and
Dlschargo In This Ustato. On reading
and filing tho petition and accounts of
William O. Smith, Administrator of the
Kstata of William Kamana, wherein
ho asks to bo allowed $2,306.03 and he
charges, himself with $3,051.27, ami
asks that tho same may be examined
nnd approved, and that a final order
may bo madn of distribution of thtfl
property remaining In his hands to the
persons thereto entitled and discharg
ing him nnd his sureties from all fur-
"ther responsibility as such, It Is order
ed that Monday, the 5th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 190C, at 0:30 o'clock a. ra,
lieforo thofyidgo of said court nt (bo
court room of tho said court at Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, be and the eamo
hereby Is appointed as tho tlmo and
place for hearing said petition and ac
counts, and that all persons Interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, If nny they have, why tho same
should not bo granted, and may pro
sent evidence as to who aro entitled to
the said property. And that notlco of
this order, In tho English language, ha
published In the Evening Bulletin
newspaper printed and published In
Honolulu, for three tucccsslvo weeks,
tho last publication to bo not less
than two weeks previous to tho tlmo
therein nppolntcd for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 2nd day of
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR..
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit.
3263 Jan. 2, 0,'lQ, 23.
UNITED 8TATE8 FLAGS.
In accordanco with tho provisions of
Act 10, passed at tho last session of
tho Legislature whereby provisions aro
mailo for supplying each of tho Public
School-houses and Court Houses In tho
Territory of Hawaii with a sultablo
United States flag, either of hunting
or cotton, scaled proposals will bo re
ceived at tho offtco of tho Superin
tendent of Public Works until 12
o'clock noon of January 30th, 1906, for
furnishing tho following number of
flags and of tho sires designated:
30 4' x 6' flags.
00 G'xlO' flags.
15 8' x 12' flags.
Bidders will submit samplo flags
showing tho quality which tbey Intend
Proposals must bo submitted In a
sealed envelope addressed to C. S. Hoi
loway, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed
"Proposal for United 8tntes Flags."
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho right to reject nny or all
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public 'Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, Jan. 20, 1906. , 3286-3t
' It means all-year-round reliefs
.from unpleasant kltohen duties X
. building fires, carrying wood a
I or coal, unnecessary cleaning,
I etc. A Gas Water Heater wlllf
) supply water In any quantity.
I Both for sale by dealers and
I HONOLULU GAS GO. 2
We received per the 8. 8. Alaskan
a large shipment of GENERAL GRO
Rolled Barley, Oats,
Bran, Wheat, Middling,
All at Low Prices
M, W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
36 QUEEN STREET.
PHONE MAIN 217.
Editor Evening DuUetln: In tho
Evening Bulletin of Jan. 10th under
heading "Peace at Holualoa" theso
words occur: "Tho Holualoa school
house has been vacated by the squat
ters consisting of the forces of Mrs.
Dnvls-Atcherley (ale) and their nttor
ney" I would first remark that thcro has
never been anything else but pcaco at
Holualoa, notwithstanding thoso weird
telephone nnd wireless messages
which misled tho highest officials la
this 'County and tho Territory to 'be
lieve tho contrary.
Next. I as ono of the .parties referred
to strongly and Indignantly object to
tho word "squatter" being applied to
mo and my principals. A "squatter"
Is one who settles on land (o which ho
has no title. I as legal agent and at
torney In fact, represent tho Davlscs,
tho actual and undisputed owners of
the land In question. How, then, can
you apply tho term "squatters" to list
.To my mind, such an expression shows
cither culpable Ignorance, or dcllbcr
I will add that during tho whole nro
cccdlngs only once was tho penco In
Ihq slightest danger of being broken,
and tills was (Jan. 6th) entirely dua
to the biased actions of Judgo Clarke,
tho District Magistrate. This gentle-
man appeared on tho scone carrying a
law-book In his hands and n plctur-.n.
rsnun i a ir nn nn narsnn n n Mrtin i .
Davis party refused to obey his per
"(" 4HB wm iviavu uuu niiiu IU
emptory command to cvacuato the pro
pony in question, ordered with In
sancd violence, the police to go and
rouse L. 8. Aungst, and the whole
neighborhood to como and aid him
flro thoso peoplo out.
Ai to your issuo of Jan. lull, the
heading "Konaltcs Arrested for Riot"
tne charge. Is ridiculous and absolutely
unsupported by evidence; It Is simply
the result of tho Imbccilo malignancy
of tho local school agent, Mr. M. F.
Scott. Of course, such wnrrants could.
UUIUIJ I1UVI CU11IU lillU UAISIVULU Willi
out tho unavoidable Incompetency of
a prejudiced District Magistrate.
In conclusion, I. may tell you thai
Judgo Clarke, In splto of an Illegal dls-!
qualification, Insisted on Bitting to
hear these trumpcd-tiD cobcs of riol
against us (the Davis party), and
hence, Instead of the matter being
thrown out of court (an event which
the na'turo of tho uvidenco would have
rendered Inevitable otherwise), the
whole thing has been forced Into tho
hands of the Grand Jury (April term,
I am, sir, yours, etc.,
MARY II. ATCHERLKY,
Agent nnd Attorney-in-fact for the
Holualoa, North Kona., Jan. 19.
HILO POIM CHANGES
Hlto, Jan. 18. There wcro several
unexpected changes In the personnel
of tho pollco forco last Tuesday and
now thcro aro not so many guardians
of tho pcaco as formerly. It will bo re
membered that by a resolution Intro
duced by Supervisor Desha tho num
bet"'and pay of police was to be chang-eddftn-tho
15th Instant Dy that rcso
ladbn tho number of captains was re
duced 'and the hack officer, a placo re
cently created, was to bo discontinued.
Tho changes were to affect all of tho
districts and on Tuesday thcro woro
policemen from different parts of tho
Island around the Sheriffs office. That
official announced during the day that
the following would act as policemen
until further notlco In South HIIo.
Captain, Henry W. Martin; lieuten
ants, J. Kaallau and Slmcona Knlasna;
Japancso policeman, Yontnro; Chinese
policeman, Kcawebaku; mounted pat
rol, Harry Knoll.
Captain Martin was a deputy slier
Iff In Knu at ono tlmo and tho Govern'
or ordorcd his removal
n, l.rnnh rwn linrn nml mil nil IhnllierO for ROVCral years pSBt, It Is Of
forco by Hhcrlff Andrews as a llcutcn
.. U.wUHV .... . ...... ,.... w ,.
ant. When County government was In
stalled bo was ono of tho men retained
and ho has continued on tho forco
tlnco then. Knallau Is an old timer.
Knhana Is an ardent follower of tho ""HI""", imwi m bivhib u iiu,vr ...
Homo Hulo doctrlno nnd was a hard formation and subscribing for tho
worker for tho party nt tho last cIcc-Juook.
tlon. Yontaro was on tho forco fori
rovcral years under Bhcriff Androws
and retired about tho tlmo Cnplnln.'J-8T-,w
Drown left the forco. Kcawchaku, tho
Chinese officer, Is a full Hawaiian. In
tho old days tho monarch sent to for
eign countries capable and worthy Ha
waiian boys for tho purpose of educat.
Ing them. Among thoso who wero
tent away were tho lato It. W. Wilcox,
ttobort Doyd, tho surveyor In Honolu
lu; John Herlng and his brother, two
brothers In Honolulu and Kcawchaku,
Tbo latter was sent to China for tho
purposo of being Instructed In tho Chi
nese language; tho two brothers men
tioned nbovo, whose names aro forgot
ten, went to Japan to learn tbo Japan,
cso language and ono was subsequent
ly commissioned an Interpreter In tho
courts but the satisfaction with his
work was not general and ho was giv
en a position In tho office of tho col
lector of Internal revenuo and from
that placo ho went hence. Kcawchaku
iniialfi Phliman wait (tnnilf-h In hllVn
.aniAd Ihn anlirfnnnl nf "Inl(n" 111 tllO
pollco station. Harry Knell Is tho
same man against whom suit was
hi-ought by tho Board In the test casw
for the purpose of everyone finding out
where everyone else was at. Ho has
proven himself a capablo officer and
Is giving satisfaction en all Hues,
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bullo
tin and the Wekly Edition, gives x
conclM and complete resume of at. le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits anc real as
76 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
II per year.
gjsfr"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OF
At tho Annual Meeting of tho Mem
bers of tho Merchants Association of
Honolulu, held on January 10. 1906. the
following Directors wcro elected to
eorvo for tho ensuing year:
Mr. Robert Catton, Mr. A. Dart
ley, Mr. E. H. Paris, Mr. Geo. W.
8mlth, Mr. W. F. Dillingham, Mr.
W. W. Harris, Mr. a. J. Waller,
Mr. W. H. Smith, Mr. W. T. Lu
cas. At a Meeting of tho nbovo named
Directors, held on January 12, 1906,
mo lonowing umccrs woro elected:
Mr. Geo. W. Smith President
Mr. Robert Catton. Vice President
Mr. E. H. Pari Secretary
Mr. W. W. Harris Treasurer
EDWIN II. PARIS,
Sec'y. Merchants' Association of
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OP
ALEXANDER &. BALDWIN, LTD.
Pursuant to call of tho Frist Vlcc-
Profllclent. a unpHnl mootlnc nt thn
shareholders of Alexander & 'Baldwin,
Limited, will bo held on Tuesday, the
30th day of January, 1906, at 2 o'clock
m. of sold day. at tho offlco of the
corporation In tho Stangcnwald Build'
Ing, Honolulu, Hawaii, for tho purpose
of considering a proposition to In
creato tho capital stock of said corpor
atlon, and such other business as may
be brought before tho meeting.
ELMER. E. PAXTON,
Secretary Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.
Dated at Honolulu, January 13, 1905
ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
KONA-KAU TELEPHONE AND TEL
EGRAPH CO., LTD.
At tho Annual Meeting of Stockhold
ers of tho Kona-Kau Tclephono & Tele
rtrfittli r-. T Irl fhn fnlltt-l n rr tinmail
wcro elected as' Officers of tho Com
Ii.i ny for tho ensuing year:
President John A. Magutre
Vice President G. C. Hewitt
Secretary and Treasurer
L. 8. Aungst
Auditor W. H. Greenwetl
John Gaspar, M. F. Scott
and Joseph Prltchard.
Holualoa, Hawaii. Jan. 16th, 1906.
L. S. AUNOST,
32S7 -It Secretary.
Wo tako this method of notifying
tho public that all accounts dua us
which aro not settled within sixty days
from dato will bo placed In tho hands
of nn attorney for collection.
THE POnTER FURNITURE CO,
Por K. B. POUTER.
Honolulu, January 2, 1906. 3275-tf
All accounts owing the Coyne Furni
ture Co., Ltd., must be paid In sixty
days from date. All unpaid accounts
after this data will bo placed In the
bands of an attorney for collection.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
3275-tf By A. COYNB.
Tho undersigned aro about to pub
lish a new Dlroctory for tho Hawaiian
As thcro has been no house-to-house
cniivnus in cettlnc out tho Directory
, .... ,u.- 1 ,.!
great Importnnco that this should bo
dono to mako tho Directory valuable.
This will necessitate several months
of hard and conscientious work on our
liar'. "'" n.sk V10 1,ubllc for thVlr
L. M. LEMMON,
GRACE M. EARI.E,
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absenco from tho Terri
tory Mr. A. W. T. Ilottomloy nnd-or Mr.
Alox. Garvlo, will act for mo undor
Power of Attorney,
3280-lw QEO. W. SMITH.
Headquarters for automobiles with
i splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
Vh WtMJ friitinfcti.raj
dlM-iiri, hi tl am in t tons,
IrrlUtiuut ur ulcrUotj
got or poitunuut,
Hold by llruffsMta,
for 100 or3lmtltoi.SI.Tft.
lr"la tut cd riNjiiM
A large consignment of well-season
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1162 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX S89.
Vli 1 1 tUya. V
sm t amttar.
bT" "THvanU UmIaxim
Oceanic Steamship Company,
Tho st?amers of this line will arrive and leave this port as herona'
FROM SAN FRANCI8COS
EIEIIKA JAN. 31
ALAMEDA rEII. 9
.SONOMA FEIi. 21
In connection with tho sailing of tbo above steamers, tho tgeit if'
orcpared to Issno, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by UL-tV
railroad from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and ttem
Nbw York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MARU FED. E
MONGOLIA FEU. 13
CHINA FED. 20
NIPPON MARU FEB. 27
DORIC' MAIL 0
Call t Manila. KOREA MAR. 2
I COPTIC MAR. la
for general Information apply to
R Hackfeld & Gx, Ltd., ak,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO,
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Gou)
Prom Now York to Honolulu
8.3. "AMERICAN" to tall FEB. 19
8.S. "MASSACHUSETTS" to sail MAR. 10
Freight received at all times at tho Company' Wharf, 41st Strett, mtwIM
Prom San FrnnclHCo, To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" to tall FEB. 8
8.S.-NEBRA3KAN" to sail MAR. 1
Freight received at Company's Wbarf, Greenwich Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Snn Pranclnco.
8.8. "NEDRA9KAN" to sail JAN. 28
8.8."NEVADAN" to tall FEB. 18
ProTi Seuttlu nnd Tucomn to Honolulu
8.8. "TEXAN direct to sail JAN. 25
S.8."NEBRA8KAN" via San Francisco, to sail FEZ. 23
For further Information apsly M
G, P, MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agmt. AOENT8, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with tie CANADIA1
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. O., and Bydney, K. . ,
and calling J. Victoria, B. O, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and BrUbaJt, aat
DUE AT HONOLULU OA or about tbo dates below staled, via.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.i From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Brltbano and Sydney) ' (for Victoria and Vancouver. D. C.)
uniui peti. 10 AORANOI . . . FED. 7
AORANQI MAR. 10
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States) aal
Europe. For Freight and Pastar and all general Information apply U
Tlieo. H..Dav! f & Co.. Lid. General Ageals.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HUSTACE PCCK CO.. LTD.
Having baggage contneta with tho
Oceania Steamship Co.
Occld' i tsl &. Oriental Steamship
Wilder 8. 8. Co.
We chock your outgoing baggage
and annoyance of checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above -""!-, ,',h and calf
ored with quickness and dispatch at your homos.
TELEPHONE MAIN 89.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice Prestasnt: J. L. MoLaaey
8eereUry; A. P. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank HusteM,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN psj
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coat.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK 8AND.
pure distilled watt'
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co
Kewalo. Telephone Blue HIM
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Gor-i
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen St, Honolulu.
8ANITARY PLUMBINO AND
t RIGHT PRICES when you order
S K. AKI & CO.,
1028 SMITH STREET
FoS 8AN FRANCISCO:'
SONOMA JAN. 10
ALAMEDA. FEB. U
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
MONGOLIA JAN. 1
NIPPON MARU FED. X
MANrUIIA "KB. 1C
HONOKONO MARU FEB.
following Steamship Co.'s Lines:
Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship C.
at your homes, saving nu Us trokU
TELEPHONE MAIN Mat.
H. J. NOLIE.
Beaver Lunch Room
The Dike Doctor. I have a big
stock of wheels. Repairing
our spoclalty. Wheels Rent
ed, Two Stores: 163 Klag gt.
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing o TLe Ba)ltl-Offlce.
Ifc. " i J