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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. JI WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31, 1006.
EtfENINfi BULLETIIIjnmE 11 101
SAYS JUSTICE HARTWELL,
CHEW n nun
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
ui l.'u King street, Honolulu,
T. I!., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postofflce nt Hono.
lulu aa second-class matter.
TOURI8TS SUMMER AND WINTER.
expend In the neighborhood of 10,000.
The band will bo greatly lmroed bo-
(Continued from Paoe 1) I toro starting on the tour. Immenso
much for their work, cannot orcntilzo renters 'will bo eotten out to set forth
and decide upon n regular schedule of the attraction nml one of tho prides
prices This jirlco list, It secured, will or tho Hawaiian Islands,
Payable In Advance.
The appeal of Ah Choy and Ah Tucl:,
lliinesc launtlrymcn who were con'
vlcted under the mouth-spraylnc ordl
nance, was heard before the Supremo
Court mis forenoon. A, O. SI. Robert
son, lor the defendants, nrgucd against
tho legality of the ordinance. Ho held
that tho Hoard of Supervisors had no
authority to Impose Imprisonment aa
a punishment, nml that as the ordi
nance only related to Chinese, It was
County Attorney Douthltt defended
ce. He pointed out that It
'did nut Impose Imprisonment per to,
be Kept on hand nt the- committee
rooms for refcrcnto
Mr Smith suggested during the dis
cussion that an effort should bo mado
by the Committee to see that trnolors
l'rison labor will build tho trail up
Punrhhoul. Mr. Woldton. who was to
linvo seen Governor Carter on tho Im
provement of Punchbowl, malting II a
famous lookout, was unable to carry
Ver month, nnywhero In U. 8..J
ret quarter, anywhere In U. S
'Por Trnr. ntivu-hprn In IT. H it.nn
Por year, postrnld, forlgn 11.09 tho ordlnnn
IX months .60 but onlv ns n means to collect n flnu
i"er yir, unywhero In U. S.... 1.00 when payment had been refused. Ho
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 also said that the ordinance was not
- ) directed only against Chinese, but
Territory of Hawaii, ) ngnlr.st all nationalities.
),,. Robertson held that tho ordinance
Honolulu, Count, of Oahu) ' w no' a ,,on! m' health regulation,
and newcomers to Hawaii arc not mnde out his detail on account of the exccU'
vlrtlma nf tilr.li lirlifHl nil (lint nrrnitnt.l llve'fl sickness
Ills Idea wan favorably recehed and' Punchbowl slopes facing the sea nie
In the futuro romethlng moro may bo lo ue covered with uoiigalnvilica uio-
dono by the organisation together with soma according to tho plans ot me ini
other bodies to sco that no person nr provement Club,
rlvlne here, ccn only to Btny n few Tho eommltteo endorses this I'lun.
days, will pay exorbitant prices for his, The construction of tho trail Is being
pleasures -u c want tourisis to come superintended hy John Khlwcll or we
here, and wo certainly do," paid Mr.
Smith, "they cannot be imposed upon
and ocr-chnrgcd. '
In case Joe Cohen takes the Hoyal
Hawaiian band to the mainland for a
four-montha' tour, including all tho
Inrger cities and famous summer re-
Improvement Club, The growth of the
(loners on tho sides of the extinct vol
cano depends greatly upon tho water
supply. However, the Promotion Com.
mtltee decided that they had nothing
lo do with the water question,
The cemeteries are to bo mado more
IIIU VtlllCllllin US V LU UU lililltU I4IUIV
sorts, attractive features will bc'ucautlful with (lowers than ever bo
brought out to advertise Hawaii. Tho fore. Tho Improvement clubs in their
committee favors Mr. Cohen's scheme rspeitlvc districts will have the matter
and the members will tnkc tho propo- In hand. It was suggested that In the
altlon up with the Comity Supervisors. ' near future It was probable that one or
Hawaiian music win no one oi me more ot the cemeteries would have to
C. O. IlOCKfS. Huslness Mnnncer of nut wn directed to oaipplo tho Chi- features of tho organization when on bo dono nwuy with on account of th
h HnHetin i,ti,iii,i,. r.,.,.,.. t i. none lnundrv Industry. It tho Suner- Its trip. '1 lie sinking or tnc cnorus anil growth of tho city and their present
ttpd, being first duly iworn on' oath visors were so solicitous about tho pub-, the solos of Mrs. Alapal will be ndver- proximity to the business section of the
deposes and savs: That tho folloa-lm.' He health, why did they not pass ordl- Ul nml brought to the attention of town. However, this question wns not
la a true nnd correct slMemant nf m nanus forbidding people from drink- "'.?. l"c everywhere. I lie quinitt discussed at length
culatlon for thn week iniliiic Jnn. Ing wine, which had In many cases
ary 26, 1905, of tho Daily and Week- ,H'C" pressed by naked (cot? He also
ly Editions of tho Evening Dullctln: 8i,l'l that many people chewed fine-cut
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. tobacco, which was prepared by chew
Saturday, Jan. 20 2375 1"B tobacco and then leaving It to dry
Monday, Jan. 22 2121 nicy ougni not to, sniu jushcwi
Tuesday, Jan. 23 2105 Hartwcll.
weaneiaay, Jan. Z4 znz "'" u" " """ wuv..-
Thursday, Jan. 25 2108 sn.-
Friday, Jan. 26 2142 "Would you do It?" asked Hnrtwell.
Average Dally Circulation 2160 "I "cil to chow fine-cut twenty
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. years ago," snld Robertson. "I don't
Tuesday, Jan. 23d, 1906 2323 know If 1 was nwaro of tho fact that It
Number of Weeklies delivered on had already been chewed, or not; but
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1048 It went down alright."
COMBINED guaranteed average I '
will nlso be placed In tho limelight. I Mr. Bpaldlng suggested thnt It would
For advertising and traveling ex- bo well for tho Improvement clubs to
reuses .Mr. uohen figures that no win organize nn executive committee, the
IJy C. O. 110CKUS.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 27th day of Jan
IBEAL uary, 1?06.
P. H. BURNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
CRAWFORD A WITNESS
JAN. 31, 13J0
Tho Grand Jury started In work this
morning with Clinton Hutchlns taking
the nlacc ns foreman instead or w. A
Uowcn, who has been cnlled out of thr
city on business, Chang Kim wai
sworn as Chinese Interpreter In thi
place of Wllllo Cruwford, who was
found to be unsatisfactory to tho Jury
Tho flrnml .lurv liccan Its work 111 I a
m ; r-1 forenoon with Investigating n Chlnost
The matter nf the Hawaiian linnd ,01ioniy ease. It then treated som
tour through tho States is to be passeu wh. o( ,cn,aUon by calling Its old
up to the Supervisors. Tlicy ougni vi trk)1(1 Crawford before It, this tlm
know what to do. i n t10 capacity of a witness. Ho was
" before tho Inquisitors for over nn hour
Mayor Waterhouse of Pasadena has Wiat happened to htm Is, of course,
nt least uphc! ! the Hawaii reputation wrapped In mystery, but It has prob'
for getting lnte hot water, with tho au)y Dccn interesting. It Is in tha
certainty that the other crowd la try- rat,KC 0f probabilities that the Orand
Ing to work a "Job," jry 8 starting on nn Investigation
I of gambling matters, and that they
Jews conferring In Brussels on what tried to get somo information on tb
to do for their brethren In Russia will subject from Crawford.
know their power when acquainted wun
-what the Kaiser has promised to do
for his ally, the Czar.
. 1 . r.i I I.I. ... I.I.. t.n
..iVi '..:".. v"u" ."" '"1" '",'", ,. The annual meeting nnd banquet to.
""V. "" ",,u,1" ""'"i.' r .' ' " nlKht of the Hawaii Yacht Club nt the
ago n?l,?Vh r om.onen . lnk the , Hawaiian hotel bids fair to bo the larg
T.. .i. .!... .,., . est assembly of members the club huj
..u.i, w.t... ever turned out. Tho schedulo for of
...i.i. . a.--. ...ni f n '(leers Is L. A. Thurston, Commodore:
.""" ""'"-""'." .'.r:.,'",.. ...r.:.. Alec I.yle. Vlco Commodore; Jaeger,
enue cuuer lor me iioiioiuiu .... 1t c , , , , ,, , w , 8
wo nrc reminded that blessings from ', TTurer Ti,0 meeting will
tho Federal gov crnmcni may com , J """li ' with ?. banquet at "
IWn IJItV UIV 11UIIV IvtJV iVDa
Grand Clearance Sale
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's
THURSDAY, FKI1. 1st, AT 8 O'CLOCK, wo will begin a mammoth salo
of I-adles', Misses', Children's nnd Infants' Wearing Apparel nt greatly re
Thcso goods nro (Irst-class In every particular, tho samo goods that you
havo been buying every day at regular prices.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Coats and Jackets
chairmen of tho various clubs to be des
ignated aa members of such committee.
Tho work connected with the Improve
ment proposition wna bctomlng so great
thnt tho dlsctwIonB wcro tnklng up
much of tho time of the meetings of
the Promotion Committee, which muit'ip
devote Itself to Its regular business.! 1 WO
now that the Improvement movement
wna well started. The Honolulu Im
provement Club, was an appointive
committee and Is at present an advis
A selection ot patronesses and Judges
Is being mado for tho Floral Parade on
Washington's birthday, but as all those
desired to act had not yet accepted tho
llst'wlll be held Mr. Hartley sold tnere
was tonsldernblo enthusiasm over tho
President McCnndlcss of tho Aula
Club, will take up tho matter at once,
nnd keep In touch with the proposition,
There Is to be a meeting of the nuto
cjhu committee to arrango for the
classification of the nulos. There will
be three or four classes nnd a blue rlb-
unn ror each class for decorated ma
The lia-ll riders' serllnn wna lielnir
looked after and thcro wns promlsn of
p. goo turnout, Mr. Hartley said. Mrs,
Knmaka 8tlllrr.au had been seen In ref
erenco to tho pa-u riders nnd she was
willing to assist tho )ounger genera
Hon In tho way of making nnd drop
lug their skirts. Messrs. McCondleM,
Wnldron and Spalding were unpointed
a committee to securo funds for the
parade, possibly 1300,
Grateful Letters from Women Who Avoided
Serious Operations. Many Women Suffering
from Like Conditions Will Be Interested.
LADIES' 34 COATS;
Woolen, asst. colors
Cravcuctte, asst. colors
Pongee, Oriental trimming
LADIES' LONG COATS!
Khaki Automobllo Coats, with capes ....
Khaki Automobllo Coats, plain
Mohair, Navy and Drowns
Waterproof, Drown and Modes
Pongee, Champagno and Navy
Gloria Cloth, Navy and Gray
Cravcncttc, Mixed Drowns
Taffeta, Mack ,.- i
LADIES' JACKET8: ' '
USUAL PRICE. 8ALE PRICE.
Assorted Styles . . ..
Pongeo ShK, Oriental
i.awau can accommo. ate wwv 11 1- Ah S,M arrcstcd this morning
r:Bra"lL.an.aA1iCI1,, " Aa V by Officer Joo Leal on a charge of
... '.. , . . . .i ".i. selling liquor without a license Ah
"." r. .'., . .'". uir' "." 6nl had whisky
number it they aro equal to It.
In soda pop bottles
and this Is not only what Ids na.mn
f n ,1 1 rn t na 1iit nirnltiet tlifTMnw ni u-ell.
When the Imnrovcment Commltteo's . ... ' .... .u.i.. ...- --..-
scheme for adornment of Punchbowl fomitaln t01lntcr nt al)out tho rcgular
Is complete, Honolulu will havo auoWiuf
Item for its unequalcd and unparalleled
lonutle3 mi gxtlnct voliauo In full
If It be true that President Roose
velt has had a falling out with the
newspaper correspondents nt Washing
ton, he Is up against a bigger problem i " "j'".". '
.nun ,a iuiiiimivm uj ti.u tiuni ucuuiwig
nnd the Insurgent Congressmen com-blind,
The DuKc Abruzzl's decision to seek
Glory In the African wilds Is much mora
sensible than chasing the North Pole.
In unknown Africa there Is prospcit
of his finding feumethlng thnt will en
nblo others to follow after and add to
tho waste places made habitable The
voyages to the North Polo are fierce
struggles for the thus-far unattainable
with comparatively little that's useful
after It la discovered.
price, two for two bits. Whether Ah
Sin sinned la not as yet positive, but
that ho violated tho law will bo shown
tomorrow morning In tho Polico Court,
Tho ndjournod meeting of tho Puna
hou-Maklkt Improvement Club will bt
held tomorrow evening In tho clulr
house, corner Wilder nvcnuo and Keu
f f r-iM-Mri) hit ivi
!5iKT. wZifOfV KsSG
This city needs no reminder ot tho
demand for dealing with the cemetery
problem, and tho Inclination of tho Pro
motion Committee to tackle the task
will meet with general approval from
tho public and such numerous Doards
and Committees as havo tried their
hand at It. Judging from past cxper
lenco tho only way to solvo this prob
lem la to follow Mr. Kldwell'a Improve
ment Idea go ahead and then find out
If you are right Hither that, or start
a campaign of education on harmo
HIRE TO VISIT I
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS.
Misses' Long Coats, asst Drowns...,
Misses' Long Coats, extra length...,
Misses' Jacket, Rlack Taffeta
Children's JnckctB, 2 to 10 yrs, Navy.
Children's Jackets, Whlto Pique
16. and 18.
' 6. to 12.
.13. to 16.
4. to 6.50
V7tiA n TitiFfttMnn IMIft n. wnrrmti. mif
erlnj? from ovarian or womb trouble,
I Aim tit nnnpnltnn la nnivc(flPV it (if
Tlmn. la nm...i . ,.l... -. ."" ."!".... -.,
-.- - uiuiu u vinuimj oi live courso, frightens her.
entries for tho ocean yacht race from Tho vcrv thousht of the opcratlnir
San I'ranclsco to Honolulu next .May,' tablo and tho knlfo strikes terror to
ir. omiin nas mo matter in hand.
Commodore Iloliron expects to sell"
his yacht (lladys with a view of pur
chasing a yacht on tho Coast Mr. Hoik
ron has n flno yacht In mind, and If he
purchases tho vessel, the Hawaii Yacht
CIiiIh' flag will bo hoisted over It, and
she will enter tho race as n Hawaiian
Kntertnlnment of the visiting yachts
men was discussed. Kamchameha Day,
Juno 11, was suggested. Mr. Oartley
reported that Hawaii cowboys were
anxious to como hero for another tour
nament. Thla could bo held at Moana
lua. Instead ot at Kanlalonl Park.
The water carnival, bo successfully
luimiu'iuii u year ngo uy mo ilea anil
and Myrtlo boat clubs, should bo given
again tins year during
t-nchtsmen nro here. Th
Committee favora tho Idcn that tho wat
er carnival should bo nn annual event.
A letter of sympathy from tho mem
bers of tho Commlttco to tho Governor
and wishing him a speedy recovery
from his Illness was decided upon nt
tho suggestion of Mr Spalding. Gov
ernor Carter has always taken great In
terest In tho work of the organization.
Those present nt tho meeting wero
J. A. McCandlcss, chairman. Secre
tory Wood, K. I. Spalding. P. C. Smith,
A. Oartley and Prcd L. Waldron.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
her heart. As ono woman expressed
It. when told lir her rihvstclan that she.
must undergo nn operation, sho felt
that her death knell had sounded.
Our hosnltnts nro full of women
who nro thcro for ovarian or womb
It Is qulto true that thcso troubles
may reach a stage whero an operation
Is tho only resource, but such cases nro
much rarer than la ccncrnlly supposed.
becauso a great ninny women havo
btin cured by Lydla E. I'lnkhnm's
Tcirctnblo Compound after tho doctors
had said an operation must bo per
formed. In fact, ill) to tho point where
tho knlfo must bo used to secure Instant
relief, this mcdlclno Is certain to help,
Tho strongest and most grateful
ouiu uo given atntcracnts possible to make como from
the tlmo the WOmcn who, by taking Lydla E. Pink
fio Promotion ham's Vegetable Compound, haTe
escaped serious operations.
Marprlto Itvan. Treasurer of SL An
drew's Society, Hotel English, Indlon-
spoils, inu.,vvriicsoiucr euro us louows;
Dmr Mrs. Plnlchsm.-
" I ennnot flnil wonli ta exm-MS mr thnnlci
for tho goal Lydla K. llnklmm'i Wgotnhle
Compound did me. The doctor snld I could
not gt well unlns I bnd on operation for
OTAi-Un and fenfnle troubles. 1 knew I could
not stand tbettraln of an operation nnd mado
up my nunu i wouiu do an invium lor uio.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Trent and company
Suits and Skirts
MISSES' WOOLEN SKIRTS, atsorted.
Walking Skirts, Mixed Colors
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOU8E and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 76x125; modern
HOU8E and LOT, Maklkl SL
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L. Pittock nnd their
daughter, Miss U Pittock, wcro among
the tourists who arrived thla mornlmi
on the Sierra. Mr. Pittock owns the
controlling Interest In the Oregon Pub-'
Usblng Company of Portland, Oregon,
which publishes both tho Oregonlan
and the Evening Telegram of that city
JIo Is one of the pioneer residents of
Portland, and Is probably as well
l;npwn as any other man In Oregon.
Accompanying tho Plttocks Is Mrs,,
C. II. Leadbettor. The party will visit CCR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.f
nil the interesting places on ine isiauugi
before returning to the mainland. HONOLULU
Trust Co., Limited.
Ladles' Cloth, black
Taffeta Silk, Drown
Shirred and Pleated, Illack and Navy..
Voile, Illack and Drowns
Alpaca, Assorted Colors
Crnvenetto, Oxford nnd Drown
Voile, DIack, with Silk Slip'
Woolen Shirt Waist Suits, Mixed Colors
Pcnit do Solo Suit, Dlack
Tnllor-mado Suit, Mixed Oroya
Tallor-mado Suit, Illack
Tnllor-mado Suit, Drown . ..i
Tallor-mado Suit, Navy
Tallor-mado Suits, asst. Colors ,.
Willi o I.awn, nsst. Styles
Drown and Gray Chambray
Whlto Lawns, nsst. Styles .'.
White Lawn, Dlack French Knots
whlto Lawns, abbl Styles
Whlto Dotted Bwlsa
Whlto Dotted Swiss
Whlto Mull, hand ombroldorcd, slzo 42,.
Whlto Mull, hand embroidered, slzo 40..
Whlto Valcnclonnes Lace, slzo 38
Ecru Pancy Lace Waists, sizes 34, 38..
3 50 2.50
$1. and 1.25
2.50 and 2.75
65c and 75c
3.50 and 4.50 2.50
5.50 3.50 an $4,
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
'By Skilled White Labor
L, B, KERR & GO. Ltd
Hearing how Lydla E. PIntham'i Vcgttabl.
f?nmnntintl hntl uvn! cither wnmim frnm
sorioiM operations I decided to try It, and in
Its. tbn four months I was entlrelyei.mil
and wonu rail to express my Uiankiulncu."
Miss Margrct Mcrkley ot 27S 3d
Street, Milwaukee, Wis., writes:
Dear Mrs. Plnkhnm:
Lais of strenctb. extreme ncrrousnem.
sovcro shooting pains through tiio pclvlo
organs, cramps, bearing down pains, and
cxtrcmo Irritation complied mo lo seek
mntlcnl advice. Too doctor, alter making
an examination, said that I had ovarian trou
ble, anil ulceration, and ndrUed an operation
as my only liopo. To this I strongly objected
and I decided as a last resort to try Ljdl
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
" To ray surprlM the ulceration healed, all
tho bad symptoms disappeared, and I am one.
mora strong, vigorous and well; and I can
not express my thanks for what It has don.
Ovarian and womb troubles nra
steadily on tho Incrense among women
nnd before submitting to nn opera
tion every woman should try Lydla K.
Plnkhnms Vegetable Compound, ana
write Mrs. l'lukham at Lynn, Mass.
For thirty years Lydla E. Plnkham's
Vegctablo Compound lias been curing
tho worst forms ot fcmalo complaints,
nil ovarian troubles. Inflammation, ul
ceration falling and displacement ot
tho womb, lcucorrhccn, Irregularities,
Indigestion nnd nervous prostration.
Any woman who could read tho many
grateful letters on file In Mrs. Pink
hem's ofllco would bo convinced of tha
efllclcncy of her advice and Lydla E.
l'lnkliams Vegetable compound.
Ask Mrs. Plnkham's Advlcc-A Woman Best Understand a Woman's Ills.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known'and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware "Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
1 All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Children's and Infants' Wear
Whlto Muslin Skirts
Whlto Muaiin Dresses
Whlto Muslin Dresses
Infants' Muslin Slips
Infants' Muslin Slips
Children's Colored Gingham Dresses.,..
Children's Colored Qlngham Dresses,.,,
Children's Colored Lawn Dresses
Children's White Lawn Dresses
Children's Asst, Waah Suits
Children's Whlto Plquo Suits
Children's White Sun Donnets
Children's Whlto Sun Donnets
Infants' French Donnets
Infants' Silk Donnets
Infants' Eiderdown Coats, asst. colors...
75c and $1. 25c
75c and $1. 25c
$1.25 and 1.60 50c
1.25 and 1.50 50 o
2.50 to 4.50 1.50 to 3,
1, to 6.50 60c to 3.50
3. to 6. 1.75 to 3.
50c and 75c 25o
1.25 and 1.50 60c
75c to $2.50 50c
1. to 2. 60c
1.50 to 5. 1. to 3.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL TrfE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmr.jv trtlve In Honolulu at 10:10
THE COBWEB CAFE,,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Gamara & Co., Props.5
A shipment of Young Large Mules
Low Figure by the
Scluuiian Carriage Co.
Report of Resources and Liabilities of
1 HAWAIIAN REALTY AND HUB. 11
At the Close of Business December 30, 1905
Loans on Ileal Estato $ 4,031.37 Capital paid In S 50,1)00.00
Loans on Securities other Undivided profits 3,362.78
than Real Estato 5,731.24 Investment-Stock Certlll-
Treasury Stocks 10,200.00
Chnrtor and Franchise .... 9,73U.uu
Horses and Vchlclo 300.00
Ileal Estato 30,669.00
Furniture and Fixtures .. 667.17
Duo from Agents 8,560.61
Duo from all other sources. 2,776,63
Cash on hand 899.11
I, A. II, KENTWELL, do solomnly swear that tho foregoing Statement
Is truo to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signed) THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MATURITY CO.
Dy A. H. KENTWELL.
Act. Manager. ;
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of January, 1906.
CHAS. A. MANU,
Notary Public, Judicial Circuit, T. H. 1
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