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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 31, 1906, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
See PnKO 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
H0U8-On Vineyard St.
' H0U3B On Beach at walklkl.
OFT1CE3 Id Walty Dulldlng.
WAIIBHOUBHS-On Queen Street,
Improred and Unimproved Proper
Homes In all rarts of the City.
DISHOP & CO..
tlccf cattle for aale at Ka-
m huku Hanch. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 U
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tre
and all Improvement! Two m'ln
ntca' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Addreis It. F, this offlce
Settings of thoroughbred Hlaek Minor
ca Kgga; 13.00 per setting. Apply
to Henry C. Vlda, Telephone M. 38.
3heap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Addreis It. 8. K.. Uulletln.
2 cood Jersey milch cows. Apply A.
V. Karnes. Wahlana. 3291-1 w
1-2 story residence 1213 Matlork a0.
4 bdr., dec. wire, ono blork from 2
car lines; good locality: $20 p ra.
P. K. It. Strattch, Walty llldg , "t S.
King St. 32C0H
rnmlihcl room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Beretanla St. 3270-lw
Cottiers In Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
'Wong Kwal, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms la
city. Helen's court. Adams lane.
ty furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard St. 2723 tt
mrslshed rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Un McCnnnelL 2563
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOUR8: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
COUNTY TO MANDAMU8. ,
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KINO 8T TEL. BLUE 3101,
On Itapld Transit car between Wal
klkl Tnrn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fex. Kinder return to this
office for reward 3271-tf
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN-
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
5JSJT" Fine Job Printing at the But
(Continued from Page 3)
of Honolulu, previously published. lie-1
fcrrcil to Sanitation and Health Com
The Honolulu Iron Works wroto to
report that n cable order had been sent
to the mainland for two steam road
rollers, as per contract, for $7100, net
'ash on delivery on the wharf.
Prospect Heights Petition. !
There were numerous petitions for
electric lights. ,
The automobile ordinance wnn do-1
fcrrcd until next meeting, awaiting fur.
ther word from tho auto club. I
The sidewalks ordinance passed
third rending. i
W. C. Hoc, "for myself and others."!
sent In Co.ne WnlUtkl road recom
mendations. The Prospect Heights Improvement
Club petitioned for the macadamizing
of two blocks of Spencer street, be
tween Hackfeld and Victoria. I
Would Let Advertising. I
In the matter of advertising the
sidewalk orillnnnco I.ucas suggested
asking for bids from tho newspapers
let county printing. I
Adams thought tt well, for this oc-
caslon, at nny rate, to give out the slilo
walk ordlnanccc for printing Two w
pcrs had been given Jobs. Now tho
ether two bIiouM have a chance. i
"Let them scrap for It," said I.ucas,1
"call for bids!"
After some discussion It wns decided
to give tho ordinance for one Insertion
In each paper, Uulletln, Star, Ailvcrlis-1
er and Kuokoa, ns was tho tase with
the last ordinance
Says Boys Are Bad. ,
A.nnlln f t U. nl.lt ilMtlillflil a f.U
niUVIIU .11. I , UIM1M, UIUj.nil . .....
lines to the effect that )ouths old.
enough to work nnd others who should
i lio at school "who Infest tlii'3o streets!
i (the lady's ai!Ires Is given as 700'
quarry street) doing nothing but cre
ate noise." About thirty of them as-'
somblcd nt a Chinese storo ono night
"listening to ono who harangued them
with oaths. Is this state of things to
continue In this Improvement loving
townT It lies with you to answer this
question." Heferred to Police Com
mittee. Electric Committee Report.
The following was read:
Your Commlttco on Public Improve
ments and Ktcctrlc Lights, to whom
wo. referred tho reromtnnndfltlon of
the Superintendent of Klcctrlc Lights,
regal ding the location of 35 arc lights I
to bo placed In tho dark spots of tho
ilty, have mado n thorough canvass of
the entire city by day and night, audi
would recommend that tho lights bo
placed as per following schedule:
1 Punchlowl nnd Hotel rtrccts, nnd
move light from front of Drill Shed to
Hotel nnd Miller streets.
2. Quarry and Alapal streets.
3. Hackfeld nnd Spencer streets.
4 At 827 Prospect street.
5 Head of Prospect street.
C. Keeaumoku and Wilder streets.
7. Domlnls und Keeaumoku streets.
8. Anapaunl and Hastings streets
9. Wilder Avo. nnd Mctcnlf street.
10. nislo Ave, and Young street.
11. Artesian and Young streets.
12. Kalla Iload makal of bridge.
13. Ward and Queen streets.
14. Coral dumps.
16. Richards and Queen streets.
1G. Young street,, between Pllkol
and Keeaumoku streets.
17. Klnau street, between Victoria
and Keeaumoku streets.
18. Move light In rear Naval Sta
tion place by cnurch going to Honolulu
Iron Works Co., and place new light,
corner Halekauwlla and Punchbowl
1. Iwllel Itoad. Walklkl side, be
tween Prison and Oil tank.
2. Maunkkea and l'auaht streets.
3. School street, Walklkl of bridge.
4. I.lllha street, between Judd and
5. I.lllha street, between Judd and
G. Vineyard street, between Rher
and I.lllha streets.
7, Dwlght lane, 1 25 c.j. lamp, lane
Walklkl sldo l'alama stream 4 25 c.p.
8. QulIcK Ave. and King street.
9. Opposlto Mrs. Lloyds' on Klnn
10. Kamchameha IV Road and King
11. King street, opposlto road leading
12. Knmohamciha IV Iload, mauka
13. Knmehamcha IV Road and Por
14. Kamchameha IV Road and Rose
Middle and Rose streets.
Top of Middle street.
Kamchameha IV Road, GOO feet
mauka of Rose street.
Wo also earnestly recommend and
request that the Hoard givo this Com
mittee authority to punhaso the trans
former as requested In the report of
Moore stated, In addition to the writ
ton report, that tho commlttco had per
sonally visited every district whero
lights had been asked for. No request
for a light nad been noticed except
where the light would benefit everybody
concerned. Since tho report had been
written the Chamber of Commerce had
requested two lights at tho npproachct
to tho railroad wharves. Superinten
dent of Electric Lights Frazcc, Klre
Chief Thurston and Mr. Moore had vis
Red tho locality and found that tbo
lights wcro needed. Without lights
thcro tbo driving of fire engines In that
section would he very dangerous. Fra
zcc had said that he could provide th
Tho Chair wanted to know what thu
expenso of installing lights would be
Mnoro said tho County would liavo
thlrty-flvo additional lights Installed
without extra tost, saving because of
the new power plant. When tho lights!
wcro Installed those that the present
plant could not kerp In power would
be turned bver to tho Hawaiian Elec
tric Co, until inch time as the county
secured additional power. Tho idea
was to eventually supply all the lights
needed by tho city at a cost little or
no more than had previously been paid
out for electric lighting.
Chairman Adams remarked that tho
committee's report was very detailed
and thorough. The report was adopted.
To Prepare for Strikes.
Sheriff A. M. Drown wrote the Board
I desire to submit for tho considera
tion of the Hoard of Supervisors the
advisability and desirability of Increas
ing tho foot pollco of Honolulu by two
(2) additional men In each of tho threo
watches at a salary of $70 each.
With tho undeslrablo characters land
ing at this port from through steamers
and from transports especially and thu
large number of Porto Rlcans and cot
orcd crookB now being released from
Jail by expiration of their sentences, I
feci that certain quarters of tho city
should bo moro thoroughly patrolled
than It Is possible to do with tho pros
At present I am obliged to keep two
of the special omcors doing patrol duly
The grand Jury and trial Jury, when
In session and thoy are almost contin
uously so now, require the services of
tho pollco constantly In summoning
witnesses, and this extra work, togeth
er w Ith such an emergency ns has Just
transpired at Walpahu, It socms to mo,
calls for nn Increase In the force. It Is
my desire to havo the police force of
Honolulu of sufTlclcnt strength to copa
with any plantation disturbances which
may occur on this Island.
Tho prcaonco of uniformed, well :
drilled men under arms has n much I
more quieting Influence on strikers nnd
those disposed to riot than docs a largo
number df undrllud, ununlformed men,
who may bo sworn In for special duty
of that kind.
Such emergencies as tbo lost Wal
pahu strike I believe arc going to In
crease rather than lessen and I want
to be able to meet such emergencies
I and met them Immediately with a forcu
that will not ncessitate the calling out
of any "possce commitatus," or of tho
militia, which whenever done, means
additional expenso and more liability
or preclptatlng trouble than of avert
Trusting tho Board will view this
matter In the samo light.
County Treasurer Trent reported
During six months ending December
31, 1905. $335,970.47 was actually to-
colved from the Territory, while totnl
receipts amounted to $340,8G2.47.
' Disbursements amounted to $223,-
312.52. On December 31 the balance
In the Treasury of tho County was
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and sldo
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Mnunakca 8L; P. O. box 820.
Telerbono Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Mr. Jas. 8herldn, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel 8L,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
... . . i , . . ! Mattings tor repairi or locks,
Uem"r ?" " "r. n ." Ker.. Music Boxes! Bharnenlnc M
cioiaes; repairs Dicycics ana iur- " V,,. T). tti n.ni
nlshes employees. 620 King St. " Cutlery, Rear Union drllL
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired,00 ",nf? Wong Kau for lock, nun-
and dyed. 637 Beretanla St,
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkl. Ooneral Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
Umbrellas r.oalred and bras polish
lng. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise, Tht J.
Carlo Pawn 3p Hotel nnd Union.
Kins Job Printing t Th HiiMmib
i i ii
smith and gonoral repairing. Nuu-
nnu betw. Merchant and King Sts.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros, Union above Hotel St
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
ntterlou tthno. illl Fort BL
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
FORT tt STREET".
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If You Want Real Good, ;2
H Fresh Table Butter,
I Use Sunrise Brand!
i c. Q. yee hop & f.0, a
BUTCHER8, WH0LE8ALE AND RETAIL. 335
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MiiiiiiiUiii auuiiuinuiu iiiiii uuuiUK
The BULLETIN'S Latest and Best Contest
$2000 Given Away in Ten Prizes
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and 8 other Splendid Prizes
Cj For m
any years the BULLETIN lias held prize contests to Increase Interest among Its old subscribers and to
add new readers to Its list. The present contest Is the most ambitious prize project ever undertaken
byjany newspaper In this country; the number, the value and the real merit of the prizes places this con
test in a class by Itself
How can the BULLETIN afford to do this? The answer Is easy. The Eveninjg; Bulletin achieved
the greatest prosperity of Its existence In 1905-It means to share this success with Its patrons In 1903.
It not only alms to give the best of all news and publish the best newspaper in this country, but when
it starts a prize contest It means to place it on a level with Its other features.
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a beautiful
Krocgur I'iiuio piirt'lnisil from
tlio wall-known pimm dcnlcrx, Tho
Ucrjpstrom .Music Co. Its cash
price is 350. Tho second prizo
is us IiuikIkoiiiu ns tho first pri.o
and is us useful und beautiful for
indoor entertainment ns tho auto
is for outsido recreation. Tho
piano is full oculo of 7 1-tl octaves,
height 4fL Oin., width 5ft. .'Hill.
Tho winner of tho piano may
chooao any color of wood or finish
made hy tho famous Krocgcr Piano
Company of New York. A special
fcaturo of this instrument is that
it is wired in such manner as to
withstand tho iuoisturo of our cli
muto. THE THIRD PRIZE Is a modern ne
cessity in every homo whero
thoughtfulnoss for tho future hns n
placo it is an order on tho Henry
AVatorltouto Trust Co., Ltd., for n
$5000 jiolicy in Tho Continental
Casualty Co. of Chicugo. Tho pre
mium of this policy is $00.00 and
it holds good for ono year, insuring
tho life, health and bodily safety
of tho winner for that period. This
is for a preferred risk, inoro haz
ardous rihks in proportion.
THE FOURTH PRIZE Is a $50 H-
vo r Punch Howl, purchased from
.M. K. Counter, tiio Fort street
jeweler, who guarantees its quality
and will be pleaded to show it to
any person iutcictcd.
THE FIFTH PRICE Is an order to be
given by the IJullptin Publishing
Co., Ltd., good for ?-10 worth of
mcrchiimliro and will bo honored
by any merchant who adveitises in
this paper. Tho winner of tho
prize may chooso tho store and tho
THE SIXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
Sewing .Machine, for Vthich tho
Vim Uuinin-Young Co. aro the
agents. It is a high-grade ma
chine, complete, useful and a wel
eotfio addition to tho home.
Rifle. Tho naino this gun bears
carries with it all that is good nnd
dependable, in small arms. This
valuable, prizo mny bo seen at tho
up-io-dato sporting goods storo of
Woods & Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE Is a 24-Inch
gold-trimmed, leather-lined sole
leather suit ease.
The SEVENTH PRIZEIs a fine leath
er golf stick bag, rawhido sowed,
made by tho Uridgoport Gun Im
plement Co. nnd will contain a set
of tho verv finest Willio Parke
ihticks. This popular prizo is from
the sporting goods department oi
K. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., who will
M'leet the bag and sticks to suit tho
tasto of tho winner.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE Is a handsome
.22 caliber Winchester Repenting
The TENTH PRIZE Is a 8tyle A Ko
dak Developing Machino from the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prize is in a handsomo wooden
case and is part of tho 1000 outfit
of every amateur photographer
who desires thu best pictures with
tho least work.
THE FIR8T PRIZE is a 1906 Reo Touring Car of 16 horse
power, seating five peoplo and sells for $1400. It wai
bought by Tun Hui.i.ktin from tho pioneer auto firm of Ha
waii, Tho Yon llainm Young Co. Tho IJeo Car is tho new
est and best two-cylinder c on tho market. Its graceful
lines, hilndsomo finish, beautiful body and iip-to-the-minuto
improvements make tho IN) the Hello of tho Auto World.
Dr. Anderson of Honolulu liouglit tho first ono brought into
tho Territory nnd says "it is tho finest cur I ever sat in
ntnning without noiso nnd keeping; up n high, constant speed
up hills that would simply hold-up nn ordinary auto."
Tho winner of this magnificent prizo will bo known ns
tho most populnr person i.i tho Territory of Iluwnii.
The Contest Is
OPEN TO EVERYBODY
The Persons turning in the greatest number of
Yotes will be the winners.
Rules of the Contest
In every copy of tho pnper thcro
will bo printed n coupon which be
ing properly filled out with tho
Tho contest opens Thursday,!
February 1, and will closo nt 5i
o'clock J), in. Juno 10, 1000.
WHO MAY ENTER
A l iff kiwi lit ii i ntilnti sivfifiiit vsi
sons or anyone in tho iinmediuto o of tho party for whom it is
family of any person in tho regit- Tlm,to voto "ul deP03ltci1 with
lar employ of Tho Hulletin Pub.'lm: J;io Bulletin wtthm
p,. r,,i ,ono week' after the day of tssue.
"NEW subscribers" I will bo credited ns ono vole. Addi-
During this contest n now sub-'tionnl vote credits will bo allowed
seriber will bo understood to bo 1,s follows:
any person who has not been regu-' For each AViW subscriber who
larty served with Tub Daily or has not been regularly served with
Wi.i.kly Ik'i.i.irn.v for thirty Tin: Evknixo Hui.lkti.v within n
dnys prior to February 1, 1000. period of thirty dnys prior to tho
Traiisfdrs from ono member of n first day of February, 1000, if
household to another will not bo paid cash in advance, credits will
allowed, nnd nil names handed in. bo allowed, ns follows:
ns .iVi'ii' must bo subject to investi
gation before votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will bo nindo liv
Dally 1 year $3.00 3500
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1500
Dally 3 months 2.00 750
Dally 1 month 75 250
threo judges, selected from among wy 1 year 1- 5
.. i . t . , Weekly 6 months 50 200
tho-,0 having no interest m Tin:, ,, . , ,
Hi'li.i:ti.v and no active interest1 9.h llny.'ts on all other sub
in any one of tho candidate. Tho "criptions, either payments in ad
voto will bo announced by the vaucoor on account of arrears, will
judges and tho prizes awarded ac-j-'0"'0 voto, coupons when pay
cording to their findings, thcro bo- "' " mwlo, but no voles mil bo
ing no appeal. Subscription ac- emital upon sums less than. 75
counts and overvthing pertaining'""- ,.JU,0,,"or woril8 voies win
to the contest will Iks open to thoir "" "" ;"" i'. " "
inspection. regular subscriptions as follows:
NO TRANSFER OF VOTES , V-Ug.
Only ono naino can bo written Dally 6 montha 4.00 1200
on any Imllot, ami trnnstcrs ot oauy a montn z.oo eoo
ptes from ono candidate to nnoth-' 5? ",. 0",. ; Z
er will not bo nllowod. Weekly 6 month's" .'.'.' .'.'.'.'.' .50 175
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