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we get It for you. Our Stock of
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la extsnslvt, large enough for almost every one) but you may want
something special. You are, then, the one we want to tatlify partic
ularly. MT- YOU KNOW WE CAN DO IT. TRY U8.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Free Home Comforts
Guetts have not only nicely furnished roomt, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home li afforded them here, euch at electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREETS.
than painted or varnished floors and
Is far more satisfactory. Paint or var-
nlsh toon show, marks, where lino-
leum does not. Linoleum comes In
beautiful freth printed or Inlaid pat
terns and la easy to keep clean. Cur
linoleum Is very thick and will wear
for years. We have a large new stock
now on' hand and Invite Inspection.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Our New Directory
Thoro wIIUjo ONLY ONE f to-natc
Directory published (ur the Hawallnn
tslacda for limii 1DUT That v. III lir tho
LEMMON KAHl E UltKC'TOltY. Tho
result of a mmnlite hoits to hntuto
canvass of all the -Island larufully
That all men's palates art pleased
with the fare served by tho
Cornrr HOTEL and BtTHEL 8TS-
. FRE.SH MUSHROOM SPAVH
' FOR SALE.
Mrs, E. M. Taylor
TEC MAIN 339.
Tho Weekly edition of tin Evening
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tho no- or tho day. For St a year.
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY EVENINO, FEB. 3RD,
qLL HUIHUI vs. DICK SULLIVAN,
Honolulu. 8an Francisco.
15 Rounds for Lightweight Champion,
I WAHILANI vs. SAILOR MORCH,
The Whirlwind. U.8.S. Manning,
.10 Rounds, Welterweight, Champion.
KAHAULELIO vs. JIM DROWN,
The Wild Swan U.8.8. Iroquois
6 Rounds for Middleweight Champion
ship. Tickets for sale at Well, Nichols Co.
Thursday, February 1st
Admission 50c, $1, $1.50, $2, Stags
i NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I Tlio undersigned, limine been duly
apiiolntoiPt the Executor of 'tlio Last
i Will and Testnmcut of Hnnnah Wall.
durt'imcri, lato o( Honolulu, Inland of
Oalin, Territory of Hawaii; Notlco la
hereby given to all persons to present
their rlftlmt ngmnitt the estate of said
Hannah Wall, deceased, "duly authen
tliatud, whctuei strtired by inortgagn
(,r ctherwlKC, ti (tbD undersigned at
hit office, No ft" Merchant Street, Ho.
uolulu aforesaid, within six 'monthit
Jroni the date-hereof, or they will Uti
And all pertons Indebted to r-"" Ins
tate ar" bereb tcquesteil to ma n Im
medial o payment tn (ho unduatRned
Dkieil, linnohilu.'Jstniarv Sftih. lO.lC.
T . CEHL WIOWN.
' Kxerutop of the 1-nnt Will and
Testament ol Hannah Wall,
I13--JnD. 191 Ib : 12, 19
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The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
ftrV ni,hllfth.,l In H O.tunJ.u E1,.IIm.
.tin nri the VJreklt Frilttan. nlvpa n
J concise and complete resume of all le
leal notices, calls for tenders, Judo-
1 rrtcntj, building permits and real es '
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,'
7Zi Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year I
' Weekly Bulletin SI per year
iniernauonai siuck rooa j
Keeps all kinds of stock in the
best possible conditon
It is the quickest
PIG OR HOG GROWER
in the world.
If you would have healthy
stock you should use
da so at once. It la tusurler to any tin
In tht market and lands favor wher
Far sal at all letaMng htalt and
1C1 TO 10S N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
August Drclcr recently sent arnrgr
Lyriirgiis of tho Volcano llotito o
weighing machine that works on the
nlckel-ln the-slot method. Ito mad
the present on the condition that til
nickels gathcrcl should bo turned oxer
to the lillo hospital .Mr. Drclcr on hi
recent trip to tho Volcano Houso lui
pnned so much In health and gained
so much flesh that he couldn't And a
weighing machine that would record
his limit He supplied the want ai
speedily as possible and thus will all
persons In the future who weigh tho in
tehes at the Volcano Houso aid la
Keeping the Illlo hospital supplied wltll
fHveclnl to The llulletln)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 2C During the
present week tho weather has been
ery warm, so much so that every ono
Is feeling the' depressing effect, yet wo
are not willing to go hack to tho Kona
storms of last week In exchange.
Archdeacon Jeffcrls came to Walluku
on last Saturday morning and re
mained until Wednesday During his
stay on Maul he was kept busy, re.
ponding to the many Invitations to
speak at the different churches, whero
many wero anxious to henr him. On
Sunday morning he spoke to a large
audience at the Church of tho Good
Micpard. over which Ilev. Ault prosldei.
In the evening ho preached at tho Wul.
luku Union Church, the church being
filled with the enormous nudlenrp
which had gathered to hrnr this great
speaker; bis subject being tho "Uross."
tie spoke for nlmott an hour and dur
ing tho whole time ho held lilt mull
ein o spellbound, by his eloquence,
many persons present rtallng that 11
was the Illicit 'tennon they had n;er
beard. On MnniUy he attended the
meeting qt the ministers at the Kaahti.
lunnu ihttrch, and delivered an ail-dro-i,
which wai much nppri'i Inled; tin
Tnrlny eWning lie snee a lecture at
the Alexander Iloiue, the xubject bol.i-,-hlrftrlp
around the world, durlngwhlib
h ture (he uudli'iiie wak entorlnlncil
by tht exblWtlmi of many lint vlews
all or hlih renreontei mfrosn from
plai-ei be bad Ulted UilrJsVK btj tour.
. o en e
K0A FOfe RESERVE
Bf'onil Ajslllant Krrnl li llnrvm nf
fn Stiney Department will leao to
mtirmr for Kona-tn establish tin
Douudary line between tli'- llonuautal
hnnif4lAflHa nllit Ilia trnm,,il,iliti Inn.lu
Tim. prlnc Ipnt ilurpOFt' is to nhtahllsh '
n Iftt-OHl rMBOft .Itlnn nil tlin latf.ir imt
un whirl) tho most valuable of tho
ICnnn Wi.i rnrnntix nrn lnnlm! It Is i n.
ported lhat tho recent Htonn lus done
mmli damago In thciia woods, upioot-
ing a milliner oi uno out i.ou irceH.
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Nw mooa Jan. 2th at tilS a. m.
la aM ac JLakalii a RTU mm
akovi aa koar rlltc than at Uoao
lulu. Uawallsa BUndard Tim la 10b. 30m
slawnr than Oreenwlch time, being
that of tho msrldlaa of 167.30. Tna
time whistle blows at ll JO p. m which
t the same as Qretnwlth. Oh Om.
Sunday. January 2S.
Stmr. N'llhau, W. Thompson, from
Klccle, 7 p. in., with 4970 bags sugar
for T. II. Dalcs & Co.
Btmr. W. O. Hall, 8. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 4.10 a. m., with D'JOO bags
ittgar for It. Hackfcld & Co.
Hchr. Clinic. Let I Woodbury, Harris,
from Illlo, a. m.
Monday, January "0.
Schr. Hclenc, ThompFun, from San
Francisco, 10 a. m., 24 days.
1'r. ship Champlgny, Castcx, from
Cardiff, off port, 140 days.
Saturday, January 27.
French bk. Gen. Faldberge, Chris
tian, for New Caledonia, 5 p. m.
Urltlsh bk. -Dumfrclsshjre, Taylor,
'or Kurcka, 2 p. m.
Sunday, January 28.
A.-1I. S. S. Kebraskan, Wcedon, for
Kahulul, 5:20 p. m. ,
'Monday, January 21.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, for Wal
manalo, 10:10 a. m.
Am. ship Hrsklno M. Pholps, Ora
ham. for Delaware Urcakwater, 2 p
m with sugar.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Han all
ports, S p, m.
Stmr. Inalanl, l'lltz, for Ulcelo and
(lannpcpc, i p, m.
Stmr. Kc Au Hon, Tultett, for Kauai
ports, B p. m.
t i i
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for Ko
na and Knu iwrts, 12 noon.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Ijilmlm
ami Illlo and Inleriiicllato ports, 12
O. H. S Kononin, Herrlmnn, tor San
Frnnrlsco. nlioul 3 p. m.-
Stmr. W. a. Hall, S. Thompson, for
ivaiuci port, o p. m.
Stmr. I.lkollke, Naopala: for MoloKnl
Maul and I nnal lorl. 12 noon.
Si hr. Concord, for Illlo, 2. i. m,
OSS. Sonoma, Ilerrlinan, fiom
Qio Colonies, a m.
JfS. Weather Bureau,
- L'ocM Offloa.
Jan. 20, 190C.
Tc mperriiuroa S a. m, CB, S a. in..
ti, io a. in 73; noon, 74; morning
Ili.ioracler S a. m.. 30.01; ahsollito
humidity, 8 n,' in., Q.10S Brains p"er dit'
blc loot; relative humidity, 8 a. tn., 71
per cdnt.; dew point, 8 a'. m.,C2.
. Wlud C ii. m.. velocity 5. direction
N'i;; 8 n. m., calm; 10 n, m toluclty
7, tlltcctlon 3W; noon, velocity 0, Qiv
rvctlon SW. ,
llalnfalt during 21 hours cnJid
8 a in., .04 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
Iioiiib ended at noon. 10U miles,
ALKX. McC. ASlll.nY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Ilu
The schooner Helen arrlted thi
morning from San rrnnclsco; 24 daj..
Sho brought lumber nnd a general cm
go. A good deal of southerly winds
and a rough sea were encountered
During a gnlo tho Ilclcno lost n topvnll,
Thc.ro was no other damage. Captain
Thompson Ms the master, haing i--malned
In San Francisco several trips
Captain Larson has changed to nnpthrr
Tho bark Irmgard and the schoonei
Hclenc left the Golden Gnto the eamc
day. The Jpngant go( away four hnu'ri
earlier than the schooner. Within a
few days the Irmgard was overtaken
and finally passed. The two vessels
were In sight of each other day after
day until negate came up and took the
Helenp qhead. Tho Hclcno will load
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FUIDAY of each month, In I. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C. McCOY, Sachem.
. A. E. MUnPHY, C. of It.
i ' 3203-tf
Our 1906 Shirt Waists
ARE NOW ON SALE
Prices ranffe tfom 85c. 'upward
Short And Long Sleeves
Many of the Finer Waists are just Samples
one of each
In MATTRE8SE8. We have a lot of
SI8AL and M088 that got mixed to
gether. We are making this up Into
good, strong tick and offer them at the
low price of
FOR A DOUBLE MATTRE88 WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN BE 80LD.'
Coyne Furniture Co,
Union and Hotel Streets
Of the Celebrated
' SOUP -
5 cents a tin
0 AT r-0
J. M. LEVY & Co.
TELEPHONE MAIN 149.
Oiir $05 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand ,5 feet 8
Inchos.'the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
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ON TUESDAY, JANUArV 30, 1909,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI.,
At my salesroom, Kaahumanu St.,
I will sell at auction
I large DieboldSafe
U. S. ARMY MULES
TUE8DAY, JAN. 30, J908,
At grounds adjoining Quartermaster's
orflce, Hotel street, back of Capitol
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., 1
I am Instructed by Capt. C. F. Hum
phreys, Captain Quartermaster, U. 3.
A., to sell at Public Auction.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN, ,
Cornor Pcnsacola and Klnau Bts.
Healthy locality, cool boautlfut shade
treea. Houses built from architect's
approved plan of latest sanitation.
Close to cars. Cheap rent. B
AT ii A.M. tfATTT (
the finest train going east a, .
leaves San Francisco !
Chicago In 3 Days
Call on agent at Irwin & Co.
efflco and aecure Information 1
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