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RVUNtNO IltlM.BTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 1906.
can be rendered by you If you will keep your yard and sidewalk look
The bet receipt for keeping a lawn looking green It to water It
r freely with water that hat run through a length of
jff TROPIC 5-PLY HOSE, which thoutd be done regularly af
il ter you have gone over It with a good
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower
We have everything In the way of
and we want you to have everything In thlt line at well.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
4. 4 -f .
t SELECT WITH CARE
It meant much to you. The home you build exprettet your per
allty. "Through Itt halls runt the ttory of your life." Your
ne thould be a credit to you; tpend your money wisely; I can help '
you make every dollar count.
: W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
t Telephone White OHI
than painted or varnlthed floors and
It far more satisfactory. Paint or var
nish soon shows marks, where lino
leum does not. Linoleum comes In
beautiful fresh-printed or Inlaid pat
terns and Is easy to keep clean. Our
linoleum Is very thick and will wear
for years. We have a large new stock
( now on hand and Invite Inspection.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING 6T.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 3RD.
ILL HUIHUI vs. DICK SULLIVAN,
Honolulu. San Francisco.
15 Rounds for Lightweight Champion,
WAHILANI vs. 8AILOR MORCH,
The Whirlwind. U.S.S. Manning.
10 Rounds, Welterweight Champion
ship. KAHAULELIO vs. JIM DROWN,
The Wild Swan U.S.S. Iroquois
6 Rounds for Middleweight Champion
ship. Tickets for sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Thursday, February 1st
i Admission 50c, $1, $1.&0, $2, 8tags
JISMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
; WAILUKU, MAUI.
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Backs, Carriages, Buggies and Sad'
fie Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com'
tent drivers, reasonable rates', ntyr
Cohlcles and lire stock.
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand S feet 8
Inches, 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
THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
riNE MEAL8, .
Camara & Co,, Props.-5
4- l 4
In MATTRESSES. We have a lot of
SISAL and MOSS 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 MATTRESS WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN BE SOLD.
Coyne Furniture Go,
Union and Hotel Streets
Of the Celebrated
5 cents a tin
J. M. LEVY & Co,
TELEPHONE MAIN 149,
Our New Directory
There will be ONLY ONE Upto-Date
Directory published for the Hawaiian
Islands for 1906-1907. That will bo tho
LEMMON-EAUI.E DIRECTORY. Tho
result of a completo houBO-to houso
canvass of all tho Islands, carefully
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and l.SO a week
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT ST,
FANCY DRY GOOD8.
0 JUST OPENED
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu St., corner
King. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T.
ZWf Fine Job Printing at the Bul
H you have never tried
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do to at once. It la iuMrlor to any gin
in the market ami And favor wher-
For aal at all leading hetelt tad
1C1 TO 10S N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
NT IP NB
J. Anderson, Keeper of tlio Kana
licnn l'olnt Light Station on Hawaii,
writes to The Ilulletln to tlio effect
that n sampan with tlirco Japanese oc
cupants recently stopped near Ills
place en route to llllo from Kauai.
Tlio men were fishermen nml had been
out seven dayB, Mr. Anderson gavo
them a fresh BUpply of provisions, In
cluding matches, tobacco, salt pork,
beans, etc. Tlio sampan was number
CO. Mr. Anderson read In Tlio. Ilulle
tln of January 23d about a medium
sized sampan with three men aboard
which left Honolulu last November
and had never been heard from. He
was under the Impression that the
ones who stopped at his placo wero
the gUDDOsed fishermen.
Tlio Japanese who It Is believed have
been lost at sea left hero In November
for Kauai. According to tho records
of James McCrcady, who has chargo
of tho boats for tho Government, his
sampan was number CD. He bad two
men with him. Tho owner s namo was
8aloura. Tho Japanese fishermen hero
still have slight hope that their friends
are safe, but fear that tho trio was
Masuda Is the namo of tho owner of
sampan number CC. Ho Is a well
known fisherman and has a number of
boats on tho other Islands and hires
men to fish for hlra. Ho also left hero
In November, but evidently was more
fortunato than his fellow countryman
Baloura and bis companions.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Jan. 30, 1S06.
Temperatures G a. m C5; 8 a. in.,
C7: 10 a. m., C8; noon, CD; morning
llaromcter. 8 a. m., 30.02; absolute
humidity. 8 a. m.. 4.SG2 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., C3
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. ra., 53.
wind G a. m., velocity 16, uirection
NW; 8 a. m., velocity 16, direction N
W; 10 n. m., velocity i, direction n
W; noon, velocity 10, direction NW.
Ilalnfall during Zi hours cnuea
S a. ra., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 254 miles.
ALUX. McC ASHLEY.
Soctlon Director, U. 8. Weather Du
LEAVES ON LONG VOYAGE
Tho shin Ersklno M. Phelps left this
moraine for her long voyaco around
tho Horn. Sho got away from tbu
railway wharf yesterday, but remain'
cd anchored In tho harbor over night.
Captain Graham had aboard a crew
u. 24 men and two omcers. me
l'hclps goes direct to Philadelphia
with a full cargo of sugar.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real e.
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c Pep rnonth. Weekly Bulletin,
SI P" yr;
NEW - TO-DAY
HAWAII YACHT CLUB, LIMITED.
The annual meeting of tho Hawaii
Yacht Club. Ltd., will bo hold at tho
Hawaiian Hotel In Honolulu on Wed
nesday, January 31st, 1906, at 7:30
o'clock p. m.
Following tho meeting there will bo
tho usual annual banquet of tbe Mem
bers, at 8 o'clock p. m., In tho dining
'oom of tbe hotel.
T. II. PETP-IE,
Secretary Hawaii Yacht Club, Ltd.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
WAIALUA SODA WORK8, LIMITED.
At tho annual meeting of this cor
poration, held January 20, 1906, tho
following officers wero elected to
servo for tho ensuing year:
President H. H. Plemor
Vice President R. W. Holt
Secretary John Little
Treasurer Edw. Hore
Auditor C. Holt
The ahovo Officers constitute tho
noard of Directors.
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I'list Quarter of tho moon Feb. 1st
The Maes at knaulut and lilte occur
about aa hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Time la lOh SOm
slower than Qrecawlcb time, being
that of the meridian of 167.80. Too
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
Is tbe same as Greenwlth. Oh Om.
Monday, January 29.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searlc, from
Wnlmanalo, 9:45 p. m.
Tuesday, January 30.
Am. bkt. lrmgard, Schmidt, from
San Kranclsco, 1:15 a. m., 25 days.
Monday, January 29.
Ofiir, j.nuy, lur ivuumii punr, ji. tu. j
Stmr. lwalanl, l'lltz, for Klcclc and
Ilanapcpo, C p, m.
stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Hawaii
ports, G p. m.
Stmr. Ke All Hon, Tullct, for Kauai
ports, C p. m.
Tuesday, January 30.
Stmr. Mauna 1-oa, Slmerson, for Ko
na and Kan jiortB, 12 noon.
Stmr. Klnau, Krccman, for Lahalns
and llllo and Intermediate ports, 12
Stmr. I.IWelllic, Naopala, for Molokal.
Maul and Lnnai ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for
Walmanalo, 11 a. m. .
Am. ship Ersklne M. Phelps, Oraham,
for PhlloJelphla, 10:30 a. m., with
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, C p. m.
Stmr. Nocau, rcdorson, for Hamakua
ports, G p. m.
Scur. Concord, Ulunahaclc, for Ho
nouapo and llllo, 2 p. m.
Schr. Chas. L. Woodbury, Harris, for
Honouapo and llllo, G p. m.
O. S. S. Sonoma, Hcrrlraan, from the
O. S. S. Sierra; Houdtette, from San
Francisco, a. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Moru, dreenc
from Yokohama, a. m,
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, from Kahu
lul, a. m.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Hllo and way
ports. Jan. SO.Mrs. J. Kalnaola, Evan
da Sllva, lllshop J. W. Hamilton, Mrs.
Hamilton. Mrs. Inone, C. M. White,
Clarence White, Mabel Leo, Florence
Lee. Tiny White, Mrs. J. U Kopa, Mrs.
J. E. Ilk-la, Miss Nora Stewart, Mrs.
C. Urown, It. T. Barclay, Rev. J. W.
Wadman. Miss Wadman. Miss K. 1101
ftcin, Mrs. It. K. Holstetn, Jno. Olsen,
J. P. Una, P. J. Cross, C. F. Shcpard,
Mrs. Shcjiard. H. P. Wood, Mrs. Wood,
Dr. P. P. Frcar, Allan Herbert, G. J.
Richardson. Dr. 11. U Hoss, J. E.
Ilocha, Mrs. ltocha and Infant, Miss A.
Carvalho, E. P. Chapln, A. E. Douglas,
J. W. Waldron, F. L. Hatch, Judge
Per stmr, Mauna Loa, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Jan. 30. Frank Oou
vler, Jr., Mrs. Elizabeth Laloha, Rev.
E. S. Tlmoteo, J. JI. Hakuole, F. E.
Honey, Mrs. W. McWaync, a E.
HayneB, Dr. A. R. Rowat, W. J. Moodej;
Per stmr. IJkcllkc, for Maul and
Mololml ports, Jan. 30. Mrs. Heqry
Meyer for Kaunakakal.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kanal ports,
Jan. 30, nt G p. m. A. W. Dunn, H. O.
Ramsay, Mrs. Henry Holt, Mrs. J. II.
Hanalku and Infant, Mrs. I.eza Rich
ards and Infant, P. Crawford, C. Hay,
J. A. Palmer, F. J. Swadllng, Mm. Pat.
Per O. S. S. Sonoma, tonight, for San
Prunclst'O. J. W. Mason, S. II. Moses,
II. II. Earle, Miss Wharton, Dr. N. It.
Cox and wife, Mrs. T. A. Hays, O. P.
Wilcox, E. A. Fraser, wife and twg
(hlldicn. Miss V. McGregor, Geo. M.
Axtell, A. II. Moffltt, Mr. and Mrs
Stagg, Mrs. W. A. Black and child, II
II. Campbell, William Mills, Jr., Mr
and Mrs. F, Hillings, Mrs. CapL Clark
Miss Clark, J, .A, McOUl.-C. A. Ander
son, a, M. Bruce, Geo. II. Brown and
. Per O. S. S. Sierra, January 31, foi
the Colonies. OoW, Dusk, W. D. Busk
ISL4ND STEAMERS SAIL
Threo Inter-Island boats left shortly
after noon for their respective voyages.
Tho Klnau was the first to get away
fiho had a good crowd of island people
for Hllo and way ports and a number
or passengers lor the volcano, nu
Mauno Loa started for Maul and Ha
waii ports. The Llkelllce left for Maul
i i ,
lllshop J. W, Hamilton and wife left
today for a visit to the Volcano. They
will also make a tour of Hawaii and
Maul visiting the different MethodUf
e a Moon
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Our First Display of
Cotton Organdies at 25c
Silk at 35c
Fancy Silk Mulls at 50c
Will ba made onjliursday, Feb. 1st
These are all 1906 Patterns on Sheer and
See oup Window Displays
Tho return of Secretary Atkinson
for the purpose of looking after the af
fairs of tho Territory, while the Gov
ernor Is disabled, has rovtved tho dis
cussion regarding tho probability of
Jack'B holding tho reins as Acting
Governor for some tlmo. Whllo thero
are many who think that tho Governor
will resign, and others who believe
that ho will do so but not beforo this
fall, when Jack will be of the required
age to become Governor, It Is general'
ly conceded that It will bo some time
bcroro carter will rcsumo cuargo oi
limits, If bo docs so at all, and during
all this tlmo Atkinson will bo In charge
ts Acting Governor.
At tho time when Governor Dolt)
took a vacation from his executive
duties on nccount of Ill-health, Secre
tary Cooper, who then became Acting
Governor, made Inquiries of tho Inte
rior Department regarding tho extent
of his powers as such. As an answer
ho received a copy of the ruling made
In response to an Inquiry from tho
Governor of Arizona.
Tho Inquiry from Arizona raised tho
question as to whether a Secretary
acting as Governor should regard him
self as Governor In fact In every sense
of the word, or merely as a deputy
acting in a perfunctory manner, nnd
to bo on hand for any emergency
which might require a Governor's pres
ence. The Department's ruling show
ed that It holds that the Acting Gov
ernor In tho Governor's absence must
consider himself as possessing full Gu
bernatorial powers and duties. The
ruling read In full as follows:
'It Is part of the history of Territo
rial Government that tho Secretary of
no Territory, in tlio absenco of tho
Governor therefrom, whether tempor
arily or otherwise, assumes and exer
cises all cxccutlvo powers and func
tions. This practice has been so long
continued, so generally known, and so
universally acquiesced In, as to prac
tically amount to departmental and
leglslatlvo constitution of tho section
In favor of such action. Tho language
of tho section sanctions such construe'
tton and tho practice which has grown
up thereunder, congress evidently In
tended that there shall, at all times, bo
a person in tho Territory with author
ity to "execute all the powers and per
form all the duties of Governor." Tho
word "absenco" as used In the section
Is neither qualified or restricted, it
must thcreforo bo taken In Its ordinary
and generally understood sense. In
this sense It Is tho opposite of "pres
"The Governor, when present, with'
In tho Territory, Is clothed with all ex
ecutive powerB. When ho Is not with
in tho Territory such powers dovolvo
upon tho Secretary, and tho section
makes it mandatory upon him to as
sumo and perform them. The Gov'
ernor Is absent from tho Territory the
moment ho steps beyond Its borders,
and while so absent, from whatever
cnuso or for whatever time, "tho Sec
retary shall executo all tho powers and
perform all tho duties of the Governor.'
Tho abovo ruling docs, however, not
wholly apply to tho caso of this Terr!'
tory as far as tho actual absenco of
tho Governor Is concerned, as tho Or
ganic Act provides as follows: "That
lp caso of the death, removal, resigna
tion, or disability of tbe Governor, or
tilts absence from the Territory, tho
Secretary shall exercise nil tho pow
ers and perform all the duties of Gov
ornor during such vacancy, disability
or absence, or until another Governor
Is appointed and Qualified."
LOVE In this city, January 30, 190S,
to Mr. and Mrs, Win. A. Lovo, a
SftW-'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
For Want Column See Page Six I
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AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, Kaahumanu SL,
I will sell at auction
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H S. ARMY MULES
TUE8DAY, JAN. 30. 1906,
At grounds adjoining Quartermaster's
Office Hotel stroet, back of Capitol
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I nm Instructed by CapL C: F. Hum
phreys, Captain' Quartermastor, U, S.
A., to soil at Public Auction.
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