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CVRNINO nPLLETfr, HONOLULU, firVntDAYFMSlOOR
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pngo 8, fVEW TO-DAY, for Now A.dm.
DOUOB On Vlnoyard 8L
' H0T7BB On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
, vWARBHOUSBS On Queen Street.
' FOR SALE.
ImproTed and Unimproved Froper-
Houses In all parts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on first mortgnRes on
Improved real estate. Low Interest
Any amount. P. K. It. Straucli, Henl
Kstato ami Financial Agt., No 71 S
Kins St.. Watty HlilR. 3235 lw
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gcntlomen. At
78J Bcrctanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages la Chrtatly Lano. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard SL 2728-tf
Burnished rooms at 1223 Emma street
tin. McConnell. 25CJ
On Itapld Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Templo fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tt
Beef cattle for sale at Ka
di huku Hancu. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 U
'deal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Bargain, Apply
to P. K. It. Straucb, Ileal Estate, 74
S. King St., Walty Bldg. 3296-tf
'struck and Hated
WENT ASHORE WIIILE
STEAMING ON DEAD RECKONINfi
-Tfllmcmn na nn tlin l.t,t. .1. ... at. 111 1 1 V LA I Mill Ml Hi
jvcsscl struck with tho second of fleer.. ULU OLrl uHllHlll
,110 ran down mid gave orders to havo
,two of tho soven boats lowered to tho
Baloon deck rail. '
I Instantly tho passengers rushed to
tho tall nnd overcrowded the boats.
During tho excitement they cut what
ever lines tney could lay hands upon
IN UK OLD ME
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F., this offlco.
Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens ono month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Settings n thoroughbred Black Minor
ca Kggs; 13.00 per setting. Apply
to Henry C. VUIa, Telephone M, 38.
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address It S. K.. Bulletin.
2 good Jersey milch cows,
W. names, Wnhlawa.
Small, neatly furnished cottage. Ad
dress 8., Bulletin. 3295-lw
Tcr stmr. Claudlne, Feb. 2, for Maul
ports. Chas. Stark, W. O. Hall, Chas.
O'Sulllvan, Mrs. O'Sulltvan and Infant,
Francis O'Sulllvan, Christina O'Sulll
van, Mrs. 12. J, Cockett T A. Hocys,
E, D. Itosecrans, Dr. Scuddcr, F. A.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Feb. 1, for Kauai
V S. Wood, Bishop Rostarlck, V. Fro
hen, J. S, Azcvedo, A. Hancbcrg, E. V
lllsh, W. II. Illcc. Jas. Wakefield, Ilcv
V 13. Potwlne, W J. Sheldon, A. M
Uatlcs, II. Oorraan.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
FATAL RU8H OF PA88ENQER8 TO
LIFE BOATS B08'N TELLS
THE 8TORY OF THE
Victoria, B. C, Jan. 24. Shortly
afte. 6 o'clock tonight a party of six
survivors of the Valencia reached Bam
field Creek cable station, and from
them was obtained tbo first connected
account ot the last scenes on board
that Ill-fated vessel. Tho boatswain
estimates that there were over 100
aboard after all the boats had left, In
cluding passengers and crew? Of the
crew those who wcro known to be
aboard the vessel when she broke up
this afternoon besides Captain John
son, were First Officer Holmes and
Second Officer Peterson. Tho boat
swain gives a clear account of tho af
fair. Ho says that a view was obtain
ed frequently of tho American shore,
although tho weather was thick.
They could not obtain their reckon
ing, however, owing to the fog, nnd
they used tho sounding machine until
they Btruck twenty-seven fathoms. Tho
course was then changed, and Just as
they turned west they struck heavily
on the rock. Captain Johnson ordered
full speed astern, and tho ship yield
ed, but, becoming clear, began to fill
rapidly. Realizing that she would (III
In a short time, he bad her backed on
to tho beach. She went aground eas
ily and rested gently.
In nn Interview at Bamflcfd crook
tonight Boatswain McCarthy told tho
story of tho wreck. Ho said tho
steamer Valencia had been going by
dead reckoning and overran her dis
tance. Soundings had been mado
three and four times nn hour. Tho
stearrcr struck at 11:45 p. m, Monday
about midship, the first officer, quar
termaster and a seaman engaged In
sounding having ten minutes beforo
got thirty fathoms, Bhortly before tho
steamer struck she was going at half
Captain Johnson Immediately shout
cd "hard a-starboard" to tho quarter
master, and gave orders to sound tho
bilges, whffch was done. Tho captain
then called to the engineer and asked
If the steamer was making much wa
ter. Beforo tho engineer could reply,
tho firemen began clambering up from
the fireroom, telling tho engineers sho
was filling. Captain Johnson rang
for full speed astern and mado for tho
beach. Tho propeller had only mado
a few revolutions when tho vessel
Maine papers of January 11th give
lh following account of an old sea
1 Tho davits broke about the samo tlmo J captain, father of Captain A. H. Otis
cut, ann upm uoais ot this city:
tho lines wcro
wore smashed at tho sides of tho ves
se), capsizing the passengers and
crew In them. Tho crew threw lines
out, and, by means ot Jacob's ladders,
succeeded In getting about six of the
nni.apnpf.ra nn hnnhl ...Itt TtiA Imata
when lost were mostly filled with wo-
I men and children.
A lady and gentleman with a little
child tried to get In ono boat. The fa
ther succeeded and the mother tried
to pass the child, but a wave struck
her and washed tho child from her
nrms. Tho child was lost before her
'eyes. Ono life raft was also lowered,
but It was dashed to pieces. After
this four boats succeeded In getting
,nway from the ship, all full of passen
gers. This left one boat and two life
rafts. Tho captain, after consulting
with tho mate, asked McCarthy to
take charge, which ho did, and called
for volunteers, and tho five sailors who
reached shoto In safety responded. Tho
captain Instructed them to pull along
tho beach nnd find a placo to get
They landed at It 10 a. m. Tuesday
nnd mado Capo Beale llghthonso at
3 p. m. Before making Cape Beale
thoy tried to get back to the vessel
ny the beach, but could not do so. Dur-
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to 3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Matinakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Teler-hono Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Fort Bt
DYEINQ AND CLEANINQ.
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. E20 King SL
?.ih 0"'.lCm?nt?;?pta,n Jhn8nflrst voyage ho took command of his
At the Brunswick club Wednesday
night a smoker and reception was held
In honor of Capt William M. Otis of
Brunswick, who welcomed bis many
frltnds on tho occasion of his 92nd
birthday. Speeches were made by many
ot those present and an original poem
read by Capt. Lemuel II. Tolman.
Fifty years of a man's life Is a long
tlmo to spend on tho sea, but such Is
the record of Capt. Otis.
He was born January 4, 1814, In that
part of Brunswick known as Orows
town, being the son of Capt and Mrs.
James Otis. Capt James Otis was a
sea captain sailing to European ports
and tho West Indies for over 30 years.
Hn also served In tho War of 1812. His
wife was Miss Betsey Snow, who was
born on Qreat Island In Harpswell.
With such parents It was only natural
that the oung William should seek a
In 1833, at tho age of 19, he made hi?
first voyage, shipping In tho schoonor
James, n 90-ton craft, as a common sca-i
man. The vessel salted from Ilnnrnnne:
to Norfolk. Va.. and bark to Boston Bea Hastlnaa for repairs of Locks,
with a cargo ot pitch pine. It was 48 Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening ot
years later that Capt Otis quit the sca.i
navins in that time sailed all over tlio
In flvo years' tlmo after he mado his
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
8ICIAN AND 8URQEON. HOTEL
.STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 6 P. M.J 7 TO 8 IN EVEN-
Uemura dyes Cany color! and clasns "a 8UNDAY8, B TO Iff A. M.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Berctanla St
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
I A. J, DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
wns very cool nnd nil tho crow wcro at
their stations. The rescued sailors
'cannot glvo tho llghthouso keepers at
Cape Bcnlo too much credit for tho
manner in which they wcro treated.
Boatswain McCarthy did not hold out
much hopo for tho remaining boats, al
though tho other nine survivors are
said to have mado shore In a boat and
aro expected to reach Bamfleld on
Thursday. Tho survivors aro of tho
opinion that tho entire crew with the
.exception of themselves Is losL
BEND FOR FREE BOOK AND FREE
If you want to buy a Stovo let us
give you our Expert Advlco Free, and
our Frco Books on Stovee.
We may save you tho bother and ex
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Chicago. Largest Makers of Stoves
and Kangcs In the World. 32T4-4t
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
first -.cssel, It being the brig Beniamln.
whlrh was owned by Brunswick par
lies. For a number of yenrs Capt Otis
was engaged In tho West Indian trade.
During tho 4S years that ho sailed the
seas 3G years wcro spent In tho employ
of the samo concern.
The year 1850 was a notable one for
Capt Otis, as during that year he made
his first voyago around tho world, being
at the time captain of the ship Rome.
Iu 1874 ho took command of his last
vessel. It being the Franconla, a 14C0
ton ship. Pntll 1881 he commanded
this vessel, but In that year he met with
his first and last wreck, losing his ves
sel on the Farralono Islands, San Francisco.
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union QrllL
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu
anu betw. Merchant and King Sts.
Mr, Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
or L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught in 6 months by experi
enced teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 3296-tf
The "expo" Tout pocket camera Is no
longer or heavier than a falr-nlHl
watch and looks exactly the same, the
tons ot the Expo being located In the
representation of tho watch stem. It
can be carried with you always and nn
exposure, may bo mado In the twinkling
of an eye. It is no exaggeration to ray
that this wonderful llttlo camera Is the
greatest dctcctlvo ot them all. Price
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Th J,
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St
(2.50. So window display.
Photo-Supply Co. "
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COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Fine Fire Wood
o FOR 8ALE o
I now havt the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sals by
Lord & Belter. These ties will make
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The BULLETIN'S Latest and Best Contest
$2000 Given Away in Ten Prizes
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and 8 other Splendid Prizes
f!l For m
any years the BULLETIN has 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 Evening Bulletin achieved
the greatest prosperity of its existence in 1905 it means to share this success with its patrons in 1906.
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 otfier features.
it holds good for ono year, insuring
tho life, health nnd bodily safety
of tho winner for that period. This
is for a preferred risk, more haz
ardous risks iu proportion.
THE FOURTH PRIZE Is a $50 'li
ver Punch Howl, purchased from
11. It. Counter, tho Fort street
joweler, who guarantees its quality
mid will bo pleased to show it to
any person interested.
THE FIFTH PRICE Is an order to be
THE SECOND PRIZE I. a beautiful g;ven ,,y (,10 nitillctill Publishing
Imcgcr Piano purchased from Co., Ltd., good for ?10 worth of
mu nui-Miunii jimim uvuiuib, xnu morCliaUUlSO 011(1 Will l0 llOUOreU
Bergsstrom Music Co. Its cash by my merchant who advertises in
prico is ?3o0. Tho second prize this papor. Tho winner of tho
is as handsome as tho first prizo j,riM ny chooso tho storo and tho
nnd is as useful and beautiful for goods.
indoor entertainment as tho auto! s
is for outsido recreation. Tho THE 8IXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
piano is full scalo of 7 1-3 octaves, Sowing Machine, for which tho
height 4fL Oin., width 5ft. 3Jin. Von Hamm-Young Co. aro tho
Tho winner of tho piano may agents. It is a high-grado ma
chooso any color of wood or finish chine, complete, useful and a wol
made by tho famous Kroeger P.iajiq' come addition to tho home.
Company of Now York. A special
.feature of this instrument is that The SEVENTH PRIZE Is a fine leath-
,it is wired in such manner as to or golf stick bag, rawhide sowed,
.withstand tlin mnisturn of our oil
S THE THIRD PRIZE Is a modern ne.
Jfcessity in every homo whoro
ithoughtf ulncss for tho futuro has a
Splacc it is an order on tho Henry
Waterhouso Trust Co., Ltd., for a
$5000 policy in Tho Continental
Casualty Co, of Chicago. . Vllio pre
mado by tho Bridgeport Gun Im
plemcut Co. and will contain a set
of tho vory finest Willio Parko
sticks. This popular prizo is from
tho sporting goods department of
!:. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., who will
select tho bag and sticks to suit tho
tasto of tho winner.
Rifle. Tho namo this gun bears'
carries with it all that is good and
dcpcudablo iu small arms. This
valuablo prizo may bo seen at tho
up-to-dato sporting goods storo of
Woods & Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE Is a 24-Inch
gold-trimmed, leather-lined solo-
leather suit case.
HL-' ." s5(sissB
THE EIGHTH PRIZE Is a handsome
iniuin of this policy ia $0O.QO,n.nd!.22(calibcr Wiuchcstor Ilopeating
The TENTH PRIZE Is a Style A Ko
dak Developing Machino from tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prizo is iu a handsomo wooden
case and is part of tho 1000 outfit
of ovory amateur photographor
who desiros tho best pictures with
tho least work.
THE FIRST PRIZE Is a 1908 Reo Touring Car of 16 horse
power, seating fivo people and sells for $1400. It was
bought by The Bulletin from tho pioneer auto firm of Ha
waii, Tho Von Hamm Young Co. Tho Beo Car is tho now
est and best two-cylinder car on the market. Its gracoful
lines, handsomo finish, beautiful body and up-to-tho-minuto
improvements mako tho Beo tho Belle of tho Auto World.
Dr. Anderson of Honolulu bought tho first ono brought into
tho Territory and says "it is tho finest ear I evor sat in
running without noiso and keeping up a high, constant speed
up hills that would simply hold-up an ordinary nuto."
Tho winner of this magnificent prizo will bo known as
tho most popular person ia tho Territory of Hawaii.
The Contest Is
OPEN TO EVERYBODY
The Persons turning in the greatest number of
Yotes will be the winners.
Rules of the Contest
Tho contest opens Thursdayt
I'euruary 1, and will closo at 0
o'clock p. in. Juno 10, 1000.
WHO MAY ENTER
Anyono may enter except per
sons' or anyono in tho iminediato
laiuiiy of any person in tho regu
lar employ of Tho Bulletin Pub.
During this contest n now sub
scriber will bo .understood to bo
any porson who hasiiot been regu
larly served with The Daily or
Wkekly Bulletin for thirty
days prior to February 1, 1000. '
Transfers from ono lnombor or a
household to another will not bo
allowed, and all names handed in
as New must bo subject to mvcsti
gatioii boforo votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will bo mado bv
three judges, selected from among
those, having no interest in The
Bulletin nnd no activo interest
in any ono of tho candidates. Tho
voto will bo announced by tho
judges and tho prizes awarded ac
cording to their findings, thcro' be
ing no amcal. Subscription ac
counts and everything pertaining
to tho contest will bo open to their
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ur wm not do luiuweu.
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ing proporly filled out with tho
namo of tho party for whom it is
desired to voto and deposited with
The Eveninq Bulletin within
ono week after Hie day of issue,
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tional voto credits will bo allowed
For each NEW subscriber who
has not boon regularly served with
This Lvenino Bulletin within a
period of thirty days prior to tho
first day of February, 1000, if
paid cash in advanco, credits will
bo allowod, as follows:
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vanco or on account of arrears, will
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ment is mado, but no votes will be
credited upon sums less than 60
cents. In other words, votes will
Ik) credited for cash payments on
regular subscriptions as follows:
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