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(CVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JAN U, 1906.
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The evidence of the power and poitlblllty of "8ave-the-Horee" le mae
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two worn oct teetlmonlale, but the Irrevocable truth recorded by builne
men, banker, manufacturer, breeder, trainer and horo owner the avorld
over. Write for cople of thee lette to realize why our guarantee le con
(tructed a a contract to protect you.
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LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE 8TABLE8.
120-122 South Fourth Street.
Qulncy, 111., May 12, 1905.
Twclvo months aeo I owned a hor o practically worthless, duo to a very
bad bono spaln. I tried various remedies without success, finally purchas
ing; from the Miller and Arthur Drug Co , of this city, a bottlo of Savo-the-llorse.
After using half the contents of bottlo the horso has never taken
lame step. I would gladly have sold hlra for twenty-fho dollars beforo us.
lng Savo-tbo-Horso. I have sold him since for ninety dollars, and would not
bo without Save tho-Uorse.
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At Druggists and Dealera or Express
Trade supplied by the Hollliter Drug Co, Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Blnghamton, N. Y., .. .. formerly Troy, N. Y.
.LOOKOUT ON PUNCHBOWL
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fences, particularly the need of a cheap
and durable paint or color wash for
0. Need of electric lights at the fol
lowing points: Corner ot Metralt
street nnd Wilder avenue, Artesian
Btrcet and Wlldor acnue, Alexander
and Uolo street and tho top of SeaUew
7. Tho planting ot polnclana rcgla
8. Tho control of billboards and
3. Caro of vacant lots.
This letter was sent to the promotion
Commltteo by Secretary Grlfllths ot the
.Alexander Street Improvement Club
In accordance with a vote of the 'meet
ing that the Hawaii Promotiop Com
mltteo be Informed ot the organization
ot the club and the action taken In
C Alex. Scott wrltos tho committee as
I have been here long enough to take
more than a passing Intereet In your
most beautiful city, and note with great
pleasure and appreciation the various
measures you have under discussiou
for further Improving It. Please, there
fore, accept this as my apology for In
truding my views upon you, tor so tar
1 have not heard of ary measure being
taken, or likely to be taken, to pre
serve what Is, In my opiiTTon, one ot
the most beautiful bits of Sylvan scen
ery I liavo ever seon, In these Islands
or anywhere else,
I refer to the stretch of river bed
extending from Vineyard street bridge
to Judd street. How It has come about
that I have never been told ot all the
loveliness hidden from sight there dur
ing the wliolo year In which I have
been living among you, I tan not Im
agine, exiept on tho supposition that
ery few are awaro of it. It Is Indeed
If we have not Juet what you want
DO IT. TRY US.
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Telephone Main 427.
OEOROK W. OSGOOD.
Is Indicated for any enlargement caus
ed by an Injury which leaves a thick
ened condition ot tho tissues or skin.
Horso can bo worked with either
shin or ankle boot, as no harm can
possibly come by either destruction of
hair or scalhlng of the limb. "Save-tho-IIorso"
can bo applied In all condl
tlons and extremes of weather.
remarkable that right In tho heart of
the city and within a stono's throw ol
ono of jour chief thoronghfares I re
fer to Nuuanu street there lies so
inarming a possession for true lour
To he brief, I most earnestly hope
and submit that the whole ot this
stretch of river be conserved as u
park. An artistically traced road,
winding In and out, on both sides of
the river would provide a perfectly ex'
quUlte drive or walk. Narrow foot
paths leading to pretty points ot Uevv
and terminating with benches inado ol
tho lava rock should also be addefl. The
lanlana should be (leaned out and also
the evil smelling vine that abounds
there. Fern grow in and a few clumps
ot palms Judiciously placed. The dlb
reputaule Bhacks should be removed
and a ranger" Installed to prevent van
dalism. Nature will do the tcbL
I understand that a professional
gardener Is coming from 'the Coast.
Hero would Indeed be aiu opportunity
for him. There needs so little to be
done, but that little with skill and ar
I enclose a rough chart ot the river
bed and the neighboring, streets, with
the suggested road.
That the above will meet with the
favorable endorsement of your body is
the oarnest hopes of, gentlemen,
PRESCOTT Infant son ot Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Presrott, In Kahulul, Maul,
PRESCOTT At Kahulul. Maul, to Mr,
nnd Mr. A. B. Prescott, January 17,
Evening Bulletin 75 Pr month.
If you have never tried
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do to at once. It le euperlor to any gin
In themrkt and flnde faver wher.
For eale at all leading hoteta and
1C1 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
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MANY CHANGES NEXT
MONTH SAYS CHART
BIG FLOATING LOG WA8 SIGHTED
DEC. 17 BETWEEN HERE
AND SAN FRAN.
Tho government pilot thart for Feb
ruary shows that a lloatlng log was
sighted December 17th In the lclnlty
of longltuda 134 W. and latitude 3b N.
It was seen In tho tlclnlly of the great
ilrclo route for steamships between
Honolulu and San Francisco.
Coiucrnlng the nerago conditions of
wind nnd weather over the "north Pa
cific ocean during February the chart
has the following to say:
In Honolulu tho averae prevalence
of the trades during February Is 16
day. Westward of the Hawaiian Is
lands, between 2U 25 deg. N , the trades
will often be supplanted by the S.W'ly
winds proper to the southern side ot
the lastward advancing cyclonic cm
culatlons described below, the center
of which may lie far to tho northward,
Such a shift of the wind will. In gen
eral, be preceded by a slight fall of tho
liarometer. touious minis, orten last
ing several days In succession, will bo
met throughout the belt 0-10 deg. N.,
120 deg. E-1S0 deg: also throughout a
triangular area, the base of which
rest on the American coast from Cape
fan Lucas to Panama, the vertex lying
in C deg. N.. 130 deg. W.
Along the American roast to tho
northward of 45 deg. tho wind will
cer from E.N.E. with falling barom
eter, through South to W.8.W.. with
rising barometer. East of 130 deg. 50
per cent ot all winds aro Included be
tween East and South. West of tho
meridian tho pcrcentatf) diminishes.
K.K'Iy gales, sometimes rising to hur
ricane force, will be frequent, especial
ly between 125-130 deg. Uetween 40-46
deg. N., and Under similar barometric
conditions, the wind wi)l Bet In from
south and veer to north, blowing long
est and strongest from tho S.W. South
ot 40 deg. tho prevailing direction ot
tho wind will rango from N.W. Immed
iately under the coast to N.E. bejond
tho meridian of 120 deg. Galea from
West to North may occur, but with no
grcot frequency. Tho percentage of
winds fromoach quadrant (I. c, tho
number ot hours In each hundred dur
ing which tho wind may be expected to
blow from some point In that quadrant)
for the several 6 degreo squares Is as
W PI EXHIBITED
Chairman Jock Lucas, of the Roads,
Urldgcs and aPrks Committee ot tha
Board of Supervisors, rode up to the
establishment ot K, O. Hall & Son Iu
an Automobile at 11:50 o'clock thli
forenoon with a large, blue-print ot tht
plan of the Walklki road parks to bo
constructed by the County. Tho plan
was placed In the Fort street window
and nt once a crowd gathered to study
the outline and enjoy the pleasures of
the beautified avenue Iu anticipation
From King street right through to
the Kaplolanl Park entrance a park
strip will bo placed Jn tho middle of thu
rond, From Klng 6trcct to McCull)
tho strip will bo 20 fiiet wide, thence
to Kaplolanl park It will hove auldtb
of 15 feet. Tho park will bo contlnu
ous, cut through only where cross
Takata, the Japanese murderer from
Kahuku, who was found guilty of mur,
iler In the second degreo a short time
ago, and was sentenced by Judge Llnu
say to Imprisonment for life, this morn
Ing filed a discontinuance ot his excep
tions to the Supreme Court. Judge A.
l'erry and H. a. MIddledltch represent
ed the defendant, while the prosecution
was conducted by Deputy Attorney Gen
Por Want Column See Page Six
Good Jersey cow; will pay good price;
cash. Address K. D , Bulletin.
A yollow spll dog. Owner can have
same by paying for nd. Apply this
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New moon Jan. 24th at 6:38 a. m.
Tho Hi at kaauiut and Hlte etcur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Time I loh Mm
slower than Greenwich time, beiag
that ot the meridian ot 157.lt. The
lime whistle blows at 1:10 p. m which
Is the same a Qreenwlsh. Oh Om.
Tuesday, January 23.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Yalmnnnlo, 3 p. m.
Wednesday, January 21.
Stmr. Kauai, Ilruhn, from Aliuktnl.
r:45'n. m., with 5919 bags sugar.
Stmr. Iuobnl, Piltz, from Anaholn,
8:40 a. m. with 46UU bags sugar.
Stmr. Mlkahola. Gregory, from Kauai
ports, 4:25 a. m. with 3000 bags sugar
Schr. Ada, Mann, from Lahalnn, 8:40
Tuesday, January 23.
Stmr. Klnan, Freeman, for llllo and
way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. I.tketlke, Naopala, for Molokai,
Mnul and I.anal ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
naual ports, 5 p. m.
Wednesday, January 24.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell for San
rrancisco. iu a. m.
Stmr. J, A. Cummins,
Walmanalo, 7 a. m.
Schr. Lady, from Labalna, p. m.
S. S. China, Frlcle, for San Francisco,
to sail p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahalo, Gregory, for Kauai
port, at 5 p. m.
Dr. bk. Dumfriesshire, Taylor, for
Eureka, a, m.
Am. bk. Gerard C Toboy, Scott, for
Ban Francisco, 2 p. rn with sugar.
S. S. China, Frele, from the Orient,
Stmr. Clau()bef Parker, from Maul
ports, duo In morning.
US. TransMtt Logan, from Manila.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures 6 a. m., G?; 8 a. m.,
70; 10 a. ra, 72; noon, 74; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.95; absolute
humidity, 8 a. nt., 6.74C grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. a.,
72 per cent: dew point. 8 a. m 01.-
Wind C a. m., velocity 6, direction
u.;, s a. m, velocity 5, direction k ;
10 a. m velocity 11, direction S. E.;
noon, velocity 14, direction H. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a
m. .00 Inch. ,
. Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 144 miles.
ALEX. MoC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
The steamer Mlkahola arrived this
morning from Kauai ports with 3000
bags ot K. S. M. sugar. She brought a
number of passengers. Landings at
several ports were Impossible on ac
count ot the, rough weather prevailing
at the time.
The steamers Iwalanl and Kauai
also got In this morning from Kauai
ports with sugar. Most of tho sugar
cargoes arriving today will be dis
charged from the Island boats Into the
"hli Ersklne M. Phelps and the barl.
DEATH OFMISS WOND
Waialua, Oahu, Jan. 21. Miss Jen
nie Wond' died at 7 o'clock MondaV
evening. Miss Wond was only some
eighteen year old, and until recently
enjoyed ordinary good health. She
contracted a cold In the early part of
last week, and succumbed after a brief
The remains were put on a special
mourning; train which carried a large
number of friend and relatives from
Puulkl to Waialua station. The mour
ners formed a procession at Waialua,
and slowly wended their way to the
Miss Wond was very popular and
will be much missed In the district.
Among those who took part In the pro
cession were Mrs. Wond (mother),
Wm. Wond, Mrs. McAngus, Hy Plem
cr, P. Mahaulu, A. Cox, Mrs. Kaulu
laau, O. Cox, B, Naukana, C. Kukca,
Mrs. Mahoe, the Misses Mahoe, and
a host of others.
- Recently six miles ot rails were laid
on the Cape-to-Calro Railway In twelve
hours, tbis consuming a worlds rcc
Our 1906 8Hlrt Waists
Will be Placed on Sale Tomorrow Morning
Thursday, January 25, '06
Many of the Finer Waists are just Samples
one of each
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT AT
KAALEO, HONOLULU, I8LAND
OF OAHU, 'MAUKA OF JUDD
On Monday, January 22, 190C, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
the Capitol (Executive Building), thcro
will bo sold at Public Auction a piece
of Government land situate at Kaalco,
ma'uka ot Judd street, Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, containing an area of 29 100
acres, moro or less.
Upset Price 1500.00.
Terms Cash United States gold
Expcnso of Patent Grant, Stamp and
Advertising to be paid by purchaser.
Map and description of same can bo
seen at tho Office of the Superintend
ent ot Public Works.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent ot Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, December 21, 1905.
The-above sale has been postponed
to Thursday, Jan. 25, 1906, at sai
hour and place.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Supt. of Public Works,
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT8 Af
KAALEO, HONOLULU, I8LAND
OF OAHU. MAUKA OF'JUDD
On Wednesday, February 7th, 100C,
at 12 o clock noon at the front on
trance of the Capitol (Executlvo Build'
ing). will be sold at Public Auction
thrco pieces ot Government land. In
tho III of Kaalco, mauka ot judd
Street. Honolulu, Island of Oahu, con'
talnlng an aggrcgato area of 3915.76
rquaro feet more or less, which wilt
Le offered as a wbolo.
Upset Price 1134.70.
Terms Cash; United States Gold
Expense of Patent Grant, Stamp and
Advertising to bo paid by purchaser.
Mao and description of same can bo
seen at tho Office ot the Superintend
ent of Public Works.
O. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department ot Public Works, Hono
lulu, January 6, 1906.
3273 Jan. 5, 10, 24; J-eu. ti.
UNDER THE AU8PICE8 OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1906
To be had from members or at Berg
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OF FINE JEWELRY
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REGULAR FRIDAY 8ALE
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JA8. F. MORGAN,
D. S. ARMY MULES
' TUESDAY, JAN. SO, 1906,
At grounds adjoining Quartermaster
Office Hotel street, back of Capitol
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I am Instructed by Capt. C. F. Hun
phrcys, Captain Quartermaster, U. 3.
A., to sell at Public Auction.
Further particulars of ,
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