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" First Aid
can be rendered by you If you will keep your yard and sidewalk look
The beet receipt for keeping a lawn looking green It to water It
freely with water that ha run through a, length of
gff TROPIC 5-PLY HOSE, which ihould be done regularly af
ter you have gone over It with a good
Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers
We have everything In the way of
and we want you to have every thing In thli line at well.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealer in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
It meant much to you. The home you build expretiet your pep
tonality. "Through Itt hallt runt the ttory of your life." Your
home thould be a credit to you; tpend your money wliely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
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An answer In the beef trust case was
this morning filed by Julian Monsarrut.
through bit attorneys. Atkinson, Judd
tt Mott-Smlth. He shows that he man
ages the Kapapala Itauch tor the Ha
wallan Agricultural Co., but dens
that he In hit Individual rapacity has
for many years past been engaged In
raising and selling beef and rattle. '
Monsarrat also denies that Honolulu,
it the principal market for himself or(
the Hawalan Agricultural Co., and
shows that In telling beet be Is subject '
to the ordert of the company. Ho has!
(lersonally never bad any dealings with1
the Metrojolltan Meat Co., Ltd., and It'
oas never been authorized to act for
blm. He also denies, that ho has en
gaged In any unlawful combination for
the purpose of fixing prices on beef
The Hawaiian Agricultural Co. also
files an answer. In which It shows that
Hllo Is Its principal market, and that
it also tells cattle and beet In Pahala.
It admltt that for more than five years
.past it hat solJ beet cattle to the Met
ropolitan Meat Co , but In each case to
.has bcu an absolute tale. The allega
tions regarding the defendants being
ii party to a trust or combination aro
Separate answers were also filed by
Henry K. Meyer, Albert A. Meyer and
Otto S. Meyer, through their nttornejs,
Atkinson, Judd & Mott-Smlth. They
all admit that they have sold cattle tp
the Metropolitan Meat Co., but show
that all sales have been absolute, and
the company has never acted as the!,
agent. They all deny being parties to'
any unlawful trust or combination fur
the purpose ot raising, lowering or tlx;
BERO OF SEA ON MARU
Down In the steerage of the Nippon
Maru It Captain I'ederson, and his wlfn
and three children. This Is the captain
who ran his vessel ashoro 70 miles
north of Kobe, beaching her on the
rocks to break a hole in her and per
mit the water to enter and put out the
flames In her hold, that ho had been
lighting for three weeks. He declares
that If he had been two hours later In
getting the water In the vessel every
one on board would have beeu lost. Tb4
vessel he thus saved was the Challene-
r, and on board ot her at the time was
the family of the Captain, who wero
kept In Ignorance of the constant
danger they were In during the throw
weeks of 'fire.
THE 8ALVATI0N ARMY.
Llout. Crawford arrived this morn
ing In the Siberia, on his way to Wat
luku. He will, however, remain In Ho
nolulu for a coupio of weeks to help
ill the work hero.
He will bo at the meeting tonight.
Thero will be no field meet on tho
ilunahnll r-nmntta tl.l. !-.. -...! .. '
I uuaiiuu vuitJuo HUB nilCIUVUII UYtlUKi
to the death last night at Hllo of Mrs.
jiurus uymun, wnoso son attends the
126 King: St. Phone Main 58
4 -f-r 4
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to be accidentally killed, crip
pled, blinded, disabled or taken
III at any time, and the value
of your time, which Is money to
you, may be destroyed In a mo
ment. If you are not fully Insured
let ut attend to thli important
matter for you at once. Delayt
are dangerous. We are agent
for the Employer' Liability
and Assurance Corporation, Ltd.
Bishop & Co.
STEINWAY and others
TIIAYER PIANO COMPANY,
158 and 168 HOTEL 8T-,
HAVE YOUR CL0THE8 CLEANED,
PRE88ED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver tame.
TELEPHONE MAIN 196,
NOW ISN'T THI8 APPEALING?
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread told
FRE8H CUT FLOWERS AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ISL
AND CURIOS AT THE
NEW - TO-DAY
KIPAHULU 8UQAR COMPANY.
ny order ot the Hoard of Directors
tho annual meeting of the sharehold
ers ot tho Klpahulu Sugar Company
will bo held at the office ot 11. Hack
feld & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, on Wednes
day, February 28th, 1900, at 9 o'clock
Dated Honolulu. February 1st, 190G.
3297 Fob. 2, 16, 2C.
The following sugar awaits ship
ment on Kauai: K. S. M., 1600; V. K
600; Diamond W., 1200; M. A. K C498;
O. & Il 9078; Mcll., 10,800; K. P..
"'uu t l"l t .
Co., 15,600; K. S. Co., 10,200.
i,. p., 43ia; ll. m.. lizo; m. s.
Evening Bulletin 75J per month,
It's Delicious I
If you have never tried
3 Jr tj ? ) O
j j j j j
do to at one. It I tuperlor to any gin
In the market and find favor when'
For ! at all leading hotel and
1C1 TO 10S N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
For Want Column See Pa Re hlx
OooJ gentle milch cow.
Tho band from the Twenty-fourth
Infantry, en routo to Manila on tho'
transport Sheridan now in port, will
glvo a concert In tho Royal Hawaiian
Hotel garden this afternoon commencing-
at 3 p. m. The leader has arrang
ed n special program for tho occasion.
Scats have been provided for the ac
commodation of tho public desiring to
listen to tho concert It will bo over
about 6 o'clock.
Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, from San
Francisco, Feb. 2. For Honolulu: J.
HHdrlng, M. S. Miller, Mrs. Miller, A.
F. Bloomer, Mrs. Iltoomcr, P. J. Cos-
grove, E. A. Hngler, Mrs. Ungler,
Mrs. W. II. Gnrlock, Mrs. J. Gclger,
T S. Harris, V. S. Lnton, S. T. Mc-
Knight, Charles A. N'eff, John O.
tSHUmelster, Mrs. Ncumclster, A. W.
Hettlg. Mrs. Hcttlg, Mrs. F. J. Am
wcg, Miss Arnold, J. E. Dell. Mrs. J.
t:. llcll and daughter, J. F. Hell, Mrs.
J. F. Hell, son and nurso; J. S. Dell,
W. U. Bishop, Mrs. W. D. Bishop, Mrs.
F. 8. Boedcfcld, Mrs. P. E. Brlghnni,
Miss Helen K. Drlgbam, Prentiss W.
Brown, Mrs. M. Crawhall, F. J. Cur
ran, Mrs. F. J. Curran, Mrs. L. U.
Dardcn, Miss Margaret W. Dardcn, W.
F. Drake, Mrs. J, Drumheltor, Mrs. II.
G. Dukes, Miss K. 1. Dukes, K. 13.
Evans, F. W. Evcrton, P. Fcldhauser,
Mrs. P. Feldbauscr, J. A. Finch, Mrs.
J. A. Finch, Mrs. F. B. Forman, F.
W. Forman, Miss Ethel Gay, W. W.
Hoag. It. F. Holbrook, D. P. It. Isen
berg, P. MacCormac, Mrs. P. Mac
Cormac, P. McCourt, Mrs. P. Mc
Court. A. J. McDonogh, Dr. O. It.
McDonogh, Mrs. E. A. McBrldo, W.
I. Mitchell, Mrs. M. A. Mordaunt, Jas.
Kowlands Jr., Mrs. Jas. Nowlands,
Bert Potureon, E. W. Qulnn, A.
Koblnson and valet, Mrs. A. Robin
son, Infant and maid; Miss n. Robin
son, J. A. Sackloy, Mrs. X. A. Sackley,
B. F. Schaen, Mrs. B. F. Scbaen, Miss
Alice Schultz, Mrs, C. W. Schultz, In
fant and nurBo; O. Schilling, Alvln F.
Sortwell, Mrs. Alvln F. Bortwell, Miss
Clara Sortwell, Miss Francis Sortwell,
E. C. Sterling, Mrs. E. C. Sterling, J.
O. Talbott, Mrs. J. O. Talbott, Miss
Blancho Tlsdale, II. Turner, Mrs. II.
Turnor, E. J. Waddel, Mrs. E. J.
Waddel, Ira Wells, Allan Wheeler. II.
U Woodburn, Mrs. II. L. Woodburn.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru,
from Yokohama, Feb. 2. For Honolu
lu: J. A. Kcnnoy, C. K. Al, F. L.
Fonncr. For San Francisco: Lieut.
J. It. Y. Blakcly, U. 8. N.; Mrs. U K.
Bcmlss, Capt. W. E. Carmtcbacl, Mrs,
Carmlchael, Master Carmlchael, B.
Baxter, V. Dilslvlan, Mr. Elscn, Mrs.
Eisen, Miss M. Fox, R. Gardner, B.
Gllsln, E. ,A. Hazard, Mn. H. E.
Hunter, L. C. Jollshkovltch, ltusslnn
navy; Lt. V. Pavlow, Russian navyi
Mrs, Pavlow, T. Kasuya, II. Linn,
Miss II. Mayo, S. N. Aruso, F. A.
Oldls, Hear Admiral G. C. meter, U.
S. N.; Comdr. J. H. Rohrbachor, U.
8. N.; M. II. Sakol, E. Thomas, T.
Vadagawa. E. T. Williams, Lt. M. P.
Washington, U. S. N.J M. Young, A.
XI. 8, Weather Bureau,
Temperatures 6 a. m., CO; 8 a. m.
G9; 10 a. m., 70; noon, 73; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m.; 30.01; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 4.946 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
64 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 67.
Wind 0 a. m.. velocity 6, direction
N.; 8 a. m., velocity 3, direction N, E.;
to a. nt, velocity o, airecuon a. w.;
noon, velocity 0, direction W.
Ilalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 123 miles. "
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director. U. 8. Weather Bureau.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
rne dredger 1'acinc is lam up tor
li'j'UMB luuay uiiu IB liuv nuiftlHl, ill ma
harbor. Tomorrow sho wgi bo moved
out into the harbor channel to com-
pieie me uiepemng.
Thursday, February 1.
Am. bk. Mohican, McDonald, 23 day
from San Francisco 3:30 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, l'cabody, from
San Francisco, 3:60 p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru, urecne.
from tho Orient, off port, 10:15 p. m.
Friday, February 2.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zccder, from
San Francisco, 8:15 a. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru, Greene,
from Yokohama, 8:40 a. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall. S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 0:10 a. m., with 6820 bags
Thursday, February 1.
Stmr. Mikahata, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m. ,
Stmr. Claiidlno, Parker, for Maul
ports and Hllo. at C p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru, Greene,
for San Francisco, 4 p. m.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zcedcr, for the
orient, 5 p. m.
Btmr. W. O, Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports. 5 p. m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Plltz, for Makawell,
3 p. m.
Sthr. Canmno, Snxe, for Port Gnni'
ble, a, m.
Hark Kalulani, Colly, for San Fran
cisco, a. m., with sugar.
llkt. An her. l.nttcn&ter. for San
Framlsio, p. in., with sugar.
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Pcabody, for
Manila, 9 a. m.
Am, bk. Kalulani, Colly, for San
Framlsco, n, m., with sugar.
Stmr. Klnan, Freeman, from
and wny ports, due In forenoon,
Stmr. l.tkellkc. Naopalo, from Molo
Lat, Maul and I.anal ports, due.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, 8. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, due In morning.
S. S. America Maru, Young, from Sap
Francisco, due in afternoon.
The annual meeting of tho Farmers'
Instlluto wilt bo held at Kamehameha
Schools tomorrow. The program will
bo as follows:
2;30 p. ill. Business meeting. Re
port of the secretary-treasurer, elec
tion ot ofTkers. Report of Committee
on Co-operatlvs Marketing.
3:30 p. m. Spraying Demonstration.
D. U Van Dme. J. E. Hlgglns.
4 p. m. Inspection of the farm and
shops of Kamehameha Manual Train
Music Kamehameha dec Club.
Address of Welcome President P.
Itcsponso and President's Annual ad
dress Jared a. Smith.
Music Kamehameha Mandolin Club.
The Uso ot the Agricultural Colleges
Prof. u. Thompson. .
Music Kamehameha Glee Club.
Sisal and other Commercial Fibers
Wm. Wclnrlch, Jr,
AH thoso who aro Interested are cor
dially Invited to be present at both
tho afternoon and evening sessions.
Judgo Lindsay this afternoon with
drew his order to sell certain real es
tate belonging to Walaualanl, a minor,
after the management of his guardian,
Kalnma, had been shown to bo very
unsatisfactory. Tho permission to sell
had been given on the showing that tin
estate was in debt and the sale to the
This afternoon W. It. 8im, who ex
amined the matter as master, T. F.
Lansing, Kalama's surety, and Kalama
himself, testified. From this It ap
renrfd that tho affair was in a general
mix-up ami the salo was therefore
w vim mm
All Sin. arrested by Officer Joe Leal
BADLY MID UP
sevoral days ago at his stand on the'i itnM.rAnT r. nmrp-rnnv Th
loner end of Fort street, for selling LEMMON-EAnLB DIRECTORY, The
liquor without a license, was fined ,rcsuU of a wmP'elo house-to-houso
$lt0 nnd costs In the Police Court this, cunvass of all the Islands, carefully
muii'uiK. aii Bin was represented uy
Judgo Oear and gave notice of appeal.
ThO Chlnnmnn rnnn n fmlt atMn.l Bwl
It Is alleged that he has been selling
whisky in Bdda water bottles as well
as over the soda fountain.
A young man dressed In soldier's
uniform camo to District Attorney.
Breclcons this morning and complain
ed that he had been abducted on board '
tho transport Sheridan. Ho said that
ho was on tho dock In San Francisco
wuen tho transport left nnd was hus
tled on board against bis will by an of
ficer. Brockons on Investigating the mat
ter was told that tho man was simply
a stowaway. The fact that he, al-
tnougn no is a civilian, wore eoiaiers
v....va, Lutiuiii.vii iuo uuiuuiimcd liiub
tho fellow's tale was pure fiction.
smT r"r Rent" cards on talo at
Jtpf r-cr aaio- carat at uuuctin.
Our First Display of
Cotton Organdies at 25c
Silk at 35c
Fancy Silk Mulls at 50c
Will be made onThursday, Feb. 1st
These are all 1906 Patterns on Sheer and
See our Window Displays
In MATTRE88E8. We have a lot of
SI8AL and MOSS that got mixed to
gether. We are making this up Into
good, strong tick and offer them at tht
low price of
FOR A DOUDLE MATTRE83 WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN BE SOLD.
Coyne Furniture Co,
Union and Hotel Streets
Of the Celebrated
5 cents a tin
J. M. LEVY & Co.
TELEPHONE MAIN 149,
Our New Directory
There will bo ONLY ONE Up to-Dato
Directory mibllshod for tho Hawallnn
talnmin rm I9n.in7. fhnf u,in , thn
I THF RflRWFH R1FP
"IC UUUIICD UrUC
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Gamara & Go,, Props.-
FANCY DRY QOOD8.
J II ft T ODPMt?n
I Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chln'ete
a Mr .lananatk QIIL- - Am U..JL.
chiefs. Mattlna and dmnhuiM
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu St. corner
ling. f. U. UOX UOJ. Honolulu, H.Ti
the Bulletin office.
National Stock Company
AND TOMORROW EVENING
POPULAR PRICES: 2&X, 60c, 75c
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE, WHITE
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In-,
BATHING AND SHAMPOOING.
We have th'em. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO., 1
Cor. Fort and Kin Stt,
PHONE MAIN (31 f
: suits everyone's taste It the
red by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
18 MAKINQ A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.
A FIR8T-CLA38 NEW RESTAURANT
0 THE o
21 meals on ticket. $4.60.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT STREET.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801. .
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
A large consignment of "well-seasoned
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1132 NUUANU 8TREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
847-857 KilhiiMiu Strut
P. O. BOX 684. TIL.MA1KTH
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 190,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell
1 A-l grade Babcock Surrey, full'
1 Bike Runabout. Studcbaker;
Double Set Hand-made Harness.
The abovo Is the property of O. F.
1 Flno Single Surrey, StudebaVer,
1 Business Buggy, A-l grado, from
tho stables of Mrs. H. A. Itenberg;
1 Fine Canopy Holmes Bralco, new;
Sale at 12 noon promptly.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
One at a time!
Just what you want
Houses, Barns, Subline for 12 Cows
and 4 Horses, Wagon Sheds, Chicken
Runs In Alfalfa. Sorghum Patches,
near street cars.
QUICK IT'S A SNAP I
JA8. F. MORQAN,
' For Sale
The choicest lots both as regards
location and price. Let mo show you.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Point.
Be sure your ticket reads via tha
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A,
1 Montgomery St, 8an Francisco, Cal,
A, trip to the -Zoo at Kalmukl
It enjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collsc
tlon of anlmo'.s and birds, thtra
art other dtllghtt too numerous
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other dtslrble localities
Also i jumpsba-x' ducki;oaiu,
second-hand; good ai new.