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KVKNINU UULLUnTO, HONOLULU,
T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. i3, 1906,
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A Night Off" at tho Orphcum the-
aicr is n nigui on lor mo nuuieuce
with a vengeance J or a continuous
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nrd Uuhler and his hand of talent iiTi
things through four cracker-Jack acts
in mill, fnlli. Iflllnh nnil .Innla nn.l .-Hn
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and smile and put their hands to their
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icnulnc article. Lillian He -ward I. a
Htar and sno twinkles Incessantly.
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JJrcndn I-owler is all there on eery
Place Is a master with his
mirth-making doings. Drum Is hard to
llAAt lltttntlit PlinH.llna I it.iil . I
c-us In herself In funny plays. Loulso
Orpnilnrf I. n. ,i.ii.),trni ..!. i. ,1..
t!T, and that's saying a lot.
Karle is as lively as a pln-whcel and
Is responsible for no end of amusement.
Aucrbach Is an Illustrious potentate
with the amuslrala Comedy Is his
strong card. Wilkes does his little
business to a dot and Tess Wharton is
on deck, full-rigged with nil the re
quirements. The play Is altogether a refreshing
tiuuih of dlaphraraartc convulsions. It
Is almost too funny to talk or write
nbout. You havo to tee It. Tonight
nnu tomorrow night it will be repeated.
Don't be a squid, get In line!
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nt homo for somo tlmo. He liked tho
room so well that ho took Bomo of tho
occupant's belongings with him as re
membrances of his call. And ho en
deavored to find moro articles of value.
Ho went through the bureau drawers
unit ti.rno.i v.,v.i,in .....! ..'.-
. evidently In search of money,
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Afterward ho went to the clothes
closift and helped himself. Hut Mr, '
'-Crockett is a sound sleeper and was
isat awaro of tho robbery until tho
tioxt morning. When ho awoko, ho
thought the kona prevailing at tho
tlmo had entered during tho night and
raised havoc. Dut it was a man-konn
.Fortunately, Mr. Crockett had left
nost of his money In tho bank only a
Jew days beforo.
Tho olflco of Dr. Pinto, on Alakca
Tiircet, near tuo Masonic Temple, was
burglarized last week and three stilts
of clothes made away with. They
liavo not as yet been recovered al-
though tho police aro still working on
the caso. Among othor things, Dr.
J'lnto lost a tuxedo suit.
James Gorman s place on llerctania
treet near Dmma Square was also
robbed. Ono coat Is missing.
William Wlldcr's residence on Young
btrect near Thomas Square, was rob-l
bed last week and clothes and toilet1
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eo' ftmnd I. th7 possesV on of Ye
Sun Chun who was found eulltv In
fkU rZTul' ..0..w.?;?.riU-,5 KLl
Korean admits that'ho is a thief. Most
of his work s during tho daytime. Ho
U not a burclar but more nrooerlv
I.,, i . .?Jir.E.',..V..y m5 ?., p.Vi
of clothes underwear four moun ted
?',.C ,.. ..eJw'.a.r' .m0U"
found at Yeo Sun Chung's bouse be
longing to the Wilderi.
A blcyclo thief is operating this
week. A few nights ago a Columbia
blcyclo was stolen from tho residence
of J, A. Itoth. last night another bl
cyclo was taken and reported to tha
iiollco as missing, It was tho proporty
of Stanloy Wright and was taken from
tho basement of tho High School.
Sheriff Drown has detailed a mini
Ijer of special men to look Into tho rob
ticrlcs and make a thorough search for
tho stolen property and endeavor to
-capture tho perpetrators,
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Tlicro was nn exciting Umo on Itlvcr
ttteel Sumlav afternoon A japanoso
rgpeiJ a pnof trouscr tnt ha bccn
Btok.n from h room 0 ,h pcrfon 0
" Korcan - PrococUcl to UKG them
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nplnaa tn n i nmd i nttAtiAjl tn 4 It a rx1 1 aj.
station in his underwear, ro owed by
n large cr0W(
N--M,. ' ! a hoardlnB
hoiuo on lllvcr street, Is the ono who
P"11 off lu "ff"y. and tho pants as
well. Ah YonB '" tho Korean who lost
tho pants and his liberty also. Offlee,
M"5if ' w?SfLlifi2l. b'.fte J.e'1
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ened to the center or the throng and
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fVllj .w ,iui..o ,..n,i iiuu uvvm
missing so long.
Dut not long enough
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'ormcr holonglngs. Ah 'iong was 1
ed up and Nagasaki proceeded to till
home a hero,
A sickly appearing rat created con
elderable excitement In the ollko of tb
clerk of the Supremo Court this morn'
Ing. It ecemed very dejected and was
easily captured by John Marcalllna, a
eteran sportsman, under the direction
of Miss Kate Kelly, who, contrary to
nil accepted feminine standards In sucn
cases, refused to Jump on a chair.
The lloard of Health v. as notllled of
tho capture and Cajitaln I'aul Smith
and a Hawaiian assistant were Immc-d
lately despatched to tho scene. They
took the rat In custody and brought It
to the morgue, whero Dr. McDonald
win suujcci ii io a microscopical ex
nmlnatlon to ascertain the cause of Its
V. 0. Hall leaves nt
afternoon for Kauai
ports. Sho will mako two trios to tho
island tnis week for sugar, tho first
doublet vo age of tho season, Tho Hall
will arrive hero Friday morning on the
return trip. Sho will sail again tho
samo utcnlng after niiothor cargo of
sugar, Sunday morning sho will come
In on her usual time, having made an
rrnn ir riirmrrn
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Superintendent of Public Works C,
allcP " 0er0 of 1," woula Probably
bo appointed as engineer for the Coun-
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ttc" dono by tno County. Should acre
bo BDDointed. Road Supervisor Thos.
E' Cook wl" b B'von bu pIae0 a8 ,ho
representative of tho Public Works
Department at Hllo.
INSPECT0RSG0 TO MLO
Captain J. K. Uulger and Captain 0.
J-'. Holies. Federal Inspectors of steam
ships and boilers, loft today on tho
Klnau for Hllo. After completing their
work thcro they will return to Hono
lulu io remain limn meir lu&u 10 nn
Ishcd. Captain Holies was accompanied
by his wife.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Kvoning
Ilullctln gives a completo summary of
tho news of tho day. For $1 a year,
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For sale -at all leading hotela and
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NEW - TO-DAY
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
The regular quarterly meeting of th-'
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., will be
held at Its offlco on Wednesday, Jan
uary 31st, 1900, nt 10 o'clock a. 111.
JAS. aOItUON SPENCER,
Honolulu, Jan. 2.1rd, 190G. 32SS-7t
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF THE HAWAII
DITCH COMPANY, LTD.
Stockholders of tho Hawaii Ditch
Company, Limited, aro hereby notified
that tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of this Company will bo held
in tho Offices of Thompson & dem
ons, 8-9-10 Campbell Block, Honolulu,
island of ualiu. Territory of Hawaii,
on tho 31st day of January, A. D. 190C,
at the hour of 4:30 p. m for tho pur-
poso of electing Directors and trans
acting such other business ns may pro
perly como before tho meeting.
Hy Order of tho lloard of Directors.
V. K. THOMPSON.
V. M. i.nwis,
3288 Jan. 23, 24, 2G, 30.
mNNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF HAMAKUA DITCH
Stockholders of tho Hamakua Ditch
Company, Limited, aro hereby notified
that tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of this Company will bo held
in tho Offices of Thompson & dem
ons, 8-9-10 Campbell Illock, Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
on the 31st day of January, A, D. 1906,
at tho hour of 4:00 p. m for tho pur
pose of electing Directors and trans
acting such other business as inny
properly como before the meeting.
Uy Order of tho Hoard of Directors.
CHAULES T. CI.EMONS,
T. M. LEWIS.
3288 Jan. 23, 24, 25, 30.
Trcqsurcr's Offlco, Honolulu, Oahu.
In ro Dissolution of tho Hawaiian-
Chlncso Kona Coffco Plantation, Lim
ited. Whereas, tho Hawaiian-Chinese Ko
na Coffee Plantation, Limited, a cor
poration established and existing un
der and by virtue of tho laws of tho
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to
law In such cases mado and provided,
duly filed In this offlco, a petition for
tho dissolution of tho said corporation,
together with a certificate thereto an
nexed as required by law.
Now, therefore, notlco Is hereby giv.
en to any and all persons that have
been or aro now Interested In any man
ner whatsoever In the said corporation,
that objections to tho granting of tho
said petition must ho filed in this offlco
on or beforo 12 o'clock noon on tho
30th day of March, 1900, and that any
person or persons desiring to bo beard
thereon must bo In nttendance at tho
olflco of tho undersigned, In tho Cap
itol Ilulldlng, Honolulu, at 12 o clock
noon of Bald May, to show cause, If
nny, why said petition Bbould not bo
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, January 23rd, 190C,
3288 Jan. 23, 20, 30; Feb. 2, 6, 9, 13,
10, 20, 23, 27; Mar. 2, C, 9, 13, 10.
The following order has been Issued
by tho three Circuit Court Judges:
It Is horeby ordered that the-Honor-able
Alexander Lindsay Jr., Second
Judgo of tho Court, be and Is hereby
appointed and designated as Presid
ing Judgo of tho January, A, D. 1906,
term of this court and tbat all crimi
nal cases now pending and remaining
undisposed of bo and the same are
hereby assigned and transferred to
said Honorablo Alexander Lindsay Jr.,
Second Judge as aforesaid,
J. T. DE DOLT,
W, J. IlOniNS'ON,
Governor Pardee of California has
appointed Willam Savldge, the notary
public and financial and business ngent
of this cty, commissioner of deeds tor
tho Stato of California. Mr. Savldge
having received lils commission In the
Alameda s mall,
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New moon Jan, 24th at 6:38 a. m.
v Monday, January 22.
Stmr. Kauai, Uruhn, for Ahuk(nl, S
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan; Nichols, for I.s
bnlna, 5 p. ra,
8tmr. W. a. Hall, S.'Thompson, fol
Kauai ports, 5 p. m,
O. S. S. Alamcdn, Dowdcll, for San
Francisco, 10 n. m.
Slmr. J. A. Cummins, Searlc, from
Walmanalo, p. m.
Ter stmr. Klnau, for Hllo and way
ports, Jan. 23, 8. Malkat, Kakato Ktt
muka, J. W. Nuhl, Hov. J. Kekipl, Mjs.
It. C. Sadler, Mrs. T. M. Rowland nnd
tuo children, E. M. Orosse, N. A. Cobb,
Mrs. Logan and two children, W. C.
Ede, Mrs. K. Edo, 8. O. Wilder, II. P
Wilder, A. Honcberg, W. C. Moore. T.
A. Lloyd, S. J. Illchardson, Enos Vin
cent, Sam Wong, Mrs. Haughs, D
Huiighs, E. M. Thompson, V. 1, Tcnney
Mrs. Carl Waldcycr, two children nn?
mall, Hev. J. Kealaula. Mrs. Kamala
Puuku, F. 8. Dunn. John Hind. Mrs. K
Hoaplll. Mrs. M. Dudolt, F. Halstcnd,
Dr. A. C. Wall, Miss Sarah White, Mr.
Savldge, J. M. Osorla. Miss Huntington,
Mrs. Huntington, W. C. Edc O. 11.
acre. Mrs. Frcar, Mrs. H. 11. Hcnton. J.
K. Ilulger, A. W. T. Dottomley. R. R.
Plirln Inn.ivi AlilM Tlion Wntlf H M
.I.ovst'eil, Mrs. Otto W. Roso ami three
ciuiurcn, .Mrs. wm. weignt and maid,
Cnpt. O. F. Holies. Mrs. Holies.
Per stmr, l.lkcllko for Maul and Mo
lokal ports, Jan 23 J. Ooldstcln, Robt.
CJIIlcsple, J. F Hunt, F. C. Palmer.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Jan. 23, 1905.
Temperatures C a. ra., 04; 8' a. ra.,
08; 10 a. m., 71; noon, 72; morning
minimum, 02, '
Ucromctcr, 8 a. m.. 29.98; absolute
humidity. 8 a. m.. 6.400 cralns.ceKru-
blc foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 arta-73
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m., 6
Wind 0 a. m.. velocity 0, direction
N; 8 a, m, velocity 4, direction' NE;
10 a. ra velocity 6, direction NW;
noon, velocity C, direction S.
Rainfall during 2i hours ended
8 a. m .00 Inch,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 103 miles.
ALEX. MoC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
The Pawaa Improvement Club m
organized last evening by David
Haughs at a meeting held In tho offices
of tho Agricultural Bureau on King
street. Tho district In which this club
works Is bounded by King, Punabou,
Derctnnla and Keeaumoku streets.
David Haughs was elected president,
Florist Magulre vice president and G
L. Rhodes secretary. A committee com
posed of Allan Herbert, Magulre and
Rhodes was named to canvass the needs
of the district., An enrollment com
mlttce made up of Miss Peterson, Mr.
Auttln and Mrs. Evans was appointed
THE SALMON ARMY
Rev. Mr. Edwards of tho Christian
Church spoke in tho hnll last night on
"Excuses" to an attcntlvo audience.
All seemed Interested In his address
and at tho closo of the meeting somo
raised their hands to bo prayed for,
desiring to bo Christians.
Dr. Klncaid will speak tonight on
"Life With nnd Without God." Tho
meeting commences at 8 o'clock. All
ire cordially invited.
The farewell meeting of Ensign
Ilaynes and Lieut. McClelland has
been postponed for a fow weeks. It
wiit be announced later. '
LARQE TRACT IN KAU
(Continued from Pace 1.)
most fertile purts of the tract for Its
large fields, while the settlers with
their smaller pieces would want to cul
tivate every available Inch of ground.
"Besides sub-dividing tho land Into
lots the surveyors who have been work
Ing on this trace have established a for
est reservation line."
It Is understood that residents ol
the Knu district have had their eyes ou
the Kaunamano tract for some time,
with a view of having It opened for set
tlement ns soon as tho Hutchinson Sue.
ar Co.'s lease expired. They havo hail
their petitions for this purposa filed In
tho land olnce for some time past. It
is also understood that Senator O. C.
Hewitt Is one of those who are anx
ious to take up part of this land.
J55-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
a. m ft, p, n, p m a m.
have Just arrived by the Ala
meda and will be placed
in a few days
sale of government lot at
kaaleo, honolulu, island
of oahu, mauka of judd
On Monday, January 22, 1900, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front cntranco of
tho Capitol (Executive Building), there
'will bo sold at Public Auction a piece
of Government land situate at Kaalco,
mauka of Judd street, Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, containing an area of 29-100
Urset Price 50000.
Terms Cash United States gold
I Expense of Patent Grant, Stamp nnd
Advertising to bo paid by purchaser.
Map and description of samo can bo
seen at tho Office of the -Supcrfntcnd-lcnt
of Public Works.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, December 21, 190S.
Tho above sale has been postponed
to Thursday, Jan. 25, 190C, nt samo
hour and place.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Supt. of Public Works.
UNDER THE AU8PICE8 OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1906
To be had from members or at Berg
etrom Music Co.
To arrive Jan. 26 per Nebraskan,
Fine Driving Horses and Fresh Milch
I Cows. Personally selected by W. E.
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