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First Aid to The
It's Delicious mmm INTEl
Whitney & Marsh
1 & f'
can be rendered by you If you will keep your yard and sidewalk look
The best reeelpt for keeping a lawn looking green It to water It
freely with water that hat run through a length of
D(T- TROPIC 5-PLY HOSE, which should be done regularly af
U 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 this line as well.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
1!i Knlinukl Walnlno nnd runiii
lmp'm'iiHnt t I u I . n hiiiiIIii, iiil M
lowing iliitilnr letter tu it nit-lulu i
Wc an hnmllni: wm Iui.uiiIi i i"i
jil of Mi nilnTidilp hlanl.h an I lip
that ou will lie able In ui a mini
ber of new members for (lit . lnb.
While It la bclleed that the propcrti
holders Mill ewntuall) ilo a mint deal
themselves towards the lniiruinient
uf the fronlaze uf their Imbllng. tin
ilub tins iinderiuMii (in fur an poslhlc
to look after the iri'i'n thin linc been
planted In the MreetK It Is also t'nu
Intention of the ('lull tu establish u
nnrsorj In the district where we can
nro for the large number of trees no
now own There arc a number of oth
er uiulcrtakliiKs for which we will nenl
money. It is not our Mich to Increase
the cluli dues from tuetity-flo cent
)cr month, and In order to meet all
these expenditure we hope to add new
All property holders who are Inter
rated In tho dlstrUt shnuld becunia
memliers, and c trust that a I art; a
ntimber of names will be added lH'fur
tho remilar meeting, whleh Is lo he
held at the (io eminent Kimer). ui
iter of Kerattmokti and King strut, un
Monday oenlng. February nth, at S
oYlock All those Interested III I in
iroement work arc Inxlted to attend.
The Attorney (loneral's Department
is preparing for the trial of tlio K.
Vivian Itlchnrdroti emliezrletnent cases,
which will probably be tried lu the
Some People think it isn't dignified to hurry. They believe in the old
proverb: "If you want to get there quick, go slow." j .
j j Nevertheless those who reach here first after Monday
morning will get the best pick in the popular novels which we
will sell at HALF PRICES. cjjtjt
Beginning Monday Morning
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Building
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY EVENING, FED. 3RD.
QILL HUIHUI vs. DICK SULLIVAN,
Honolulu. San Francisco.
15 Rounds for Lightweight Champion
ship. WAHILANI vs. SAILOR MORCH,
The Whirlwind. U.S.S. Manning.
10 Rounds, Welterweight Champion
KAHAULELIO vs. JIM DROWN,
The Wild Swan U.S.S. Iroquois
C Rounds for Middleweight Champion-
! Tickets for sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Thursday, February 1st.
Admission 50c, $1, $1.50, 2, Stag
HILO TIDAL WAVE.
Kepurt of the tld.il wne which vl
Itid llllo Wednesday eenlng wa
brought In un tho Klnau, which arrived
lu purt at about 11:110 this morning
land It wns stated that about a dozen
'Japanese Junks wero torn loose from
I their moorings, anil a piece of railroad
.track wns turn up by the force of the)
I water i uc ware wns miotic, iwene icei
high, but tho actual damage to prop
Icrty was sllglit No one was Injured
by the wave.
WILL BE SOLD AT
If you have never tried
a tjs fc V V Swr
0 J J 0 . J J
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whtr
For sal at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
For Wnnt Column See Page Hx
1000 Business rnid $2 no Al material
nnd workmniishlp Mercantile ucn
oral Printers and Hind- rs Merchant
nnd Alaltca &W-
U. 3. Weathor Bureau,
TeniDerntures C n. m., 05, S a. in.
70, 10 a m., 72; noon, 73, morning
minimum, f1. . . .
Daromctor, 8 a. m.. 29 98: absolute
humidity. 8 a. m., C.CfiO grains pel
cubic foot; rclatlvo humidity, 8 a. m.
71 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., CO.
wind. ti n. m., veiociijr a, uimu
N. K.; 8 n. m., velocity 2, direction N.;
10 n. ,m., cloclty 7, direction N. i:.;
noon, cloclty 9. direction S. W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended S t.
in , 00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 133 miles.
A1JIX. MoC. A8HLBY.
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
Contrary to cxpec tatlons, the steamcf
Kniml, which nrrhed late yesterday
afternoon from Hllo and way porta, illr"
not bring In a cargo of sugar. She had
un iinHspncprit nml her freluht consist-
il only of 47 head ot horses.
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14 i, 6
First quarter of tho moon Kob. IsL
Ika tides at kaaulut and litis occur
stout an hour earlier taaa at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Tims la lOh 10m
slawtir than Greenwich time, belDg
that of th meridian ot 157.10. Too
Umo whistle blows at ItSO p. m., width
Is the same as Oreenwlsh. Oh flm.
Saturday, February 3,
Slmr. Klniri. rreeman, from Hllo
tnd way port" in 30 a m.
I Slmr. Nlllnu W Thompson, fron
Kauai purts. T n in.
I'rldny, rcbrtinr) 2.
Stiiir C'laiiillni-. Parker, for Maui
ports mid lliln ' t m.
T. K K S S Nippon Mnrtl, Greene,
tor San Tiain Imo, 7 30 p. m.
P. M. H S Sllierla, Zeeder, for the
Orient, r:25 p in
Htmr. W (1 llnll, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 5 p in.
Saturday, February 3.
V, S. A. T. Sheridan, Peabody, for
(luam nnd Manila 9 n. in.
Schr. Cainnno, Snxe, for Porl Gam
ble, 11 a. in
Ilk. Kalulanl, Colly, for San Fran
clseo, 1 p. m
llkt. Archer. Uiucaster, for San Kran
clseo, 2 p. m.
Schr. Kn Mol, fur Pnaulto, at 2 p. m.
Per stnir. Klnau, from Hawaii nnd
Maul ports. IVIi .1. Mrs. C. Hoss, Al
lan Herbert, Miss Helen Knlnn, C.
'Horr.wcll. Mis (' Horsncll, L.. C.
iMiidemati, (1 II (lero, T, M. Ilowland,
Mrs. T. M. Huwland, Miss I.el How-
'land, Miss Kiuiiia Hnuland, K. SaKal,
llcv. Mljugawa, II C. Hrown. I". I..
Hatch, W 1) Schmidt, Mrs. E. Mad
den, A. Haiilson. V. 1.. Tenncy, A.
Mnson, C M. I .mated, Miss Clara
CuDiniliigs, Kriiest Parker, Capt. John
jnoss II. Dunran, Joo Macrtens, Frank
Halstead, I. P Low, Mm. i:. i:. Co
uant. Miss Lena Connnt. Elma Conant,
Miss Nelllo Conant, Kred. Conant, Mrs.
W. Thonip8ou, Master Wnr". Thomp
son, Miss Mary llorton, C. D. I.titkln,
D. n, Murdock, W. J. Kcelcn, W. J.
Hurler, Father James, Apo, Miss Mary
Apo, J. 11. Hakuolc, J. 11. Fisher, F.
Per hark Kalulanl, for San Francis
co, IVb. 3. Capt, W J. Dennett, Mrs.
Dennett and child, Mrs, M. II. Tur
rill. O A. Otto. J P Howe.
Per hlt. Archer, for San Francisco,
Feb. a.-'Mrx. K. II. Klncald,
DRING8 8MALL CARGO.
Only COO hags ot sugar nas brought
In on tho steamer Nllhau, uh'-u ar
rived this morning from Kauai. Hho
was to lunu loaded with 7000 bags, but
the weather tas too rough to admit ot
to much of a load. After leaving port,
hoccer, tho weather was better, anil
the trip In was excellent.
The Nllhau brought the first Btigai
for the cargo ot the Texan, which Is
soon to arrive in port to take sugar to
Atlantic coast ports. She will load
enough sugar here to do for ballast,
and will take the main cargo at Hllo
It Is not believed there will be enough
sugar on hand at tho time bIio arrives
to meet her demands, and she v III prob
ably bo delayed a little time In this
port. The Btcamer W. O. Hall will oe
In tomorrow with sugar from Kauai
ports for tho Texan, also.
HOWE FOR THE COAST.
James p, Howe, who for the past st
mouths has been a member of the Dnl
litlu staff of writers, lenves for Sail
I'lamlHco today In tho bnrk Kalulanl
After remaining a few days In Sar
l'ranilHco hu will go to Portland, whivc
he has lelai'ives, a brother being on the
I luff of tho Orcgoulun. During his stay
bete Mr llouo made many friends whe
hope tho fnsclnnllons ot Honolulu will
Eomedny cufi him back He is n bright
newspaperman and will shine wher
hit fortune, takes him.
NEW - TO-DAY
Hawaiian Opera House
Honolulu Symphony Society
T. H. 8T0CKT0N, Director.
FRIDAY EVENING, 9 O'CLOCK,
FEB. 9, 1906
MI88 DRUSILLA MARX,
MISS MAUD KINNEY.
Reserved seats now on sale at Wall,
Tickets, $1, 75c and 50c,
GREAT RIBBON SPECIAL
In order to close out a few good odds and ends, we will place on
sale a limited quantity of 8ATIN TAFFETA and DOUBLE-FACED
At the following LOW PRICES
No. 7 WHITE TAFFETA 3 yds. 10
No. 7 SATIN 5J yd.
Nos. 12 and 16 8ATIN 10i yd.
No. 22 SATIN 15 yd.
No. 40 SATIN 20i yd-
No. 60 SATIN 25 yd.
COME IN WHITE, PINK, BLUE, RED AND DLACK.
In MATTRESSES. We have a lot of
SISAL and M088 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 MATTRE8S WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN DE 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
Thero will ho ONIA' ONH Up to-Dato
Directory published for tho Hawaiian
Islands for 1900-1907. That will ho tho
i.i:.mmon-i:arlu diucctory. Tho
result of a completo housa-to-houso
canvass of all tho Islands, carefully
THE COBWEB CAFE,!
QUEEN and ALAKEA 0T8.
TEL, MAIN 492.
Camara & Co., Props.-
FANCY DRY GOOD3.
0 JUST OPENED P
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 853. Honolulu, H.T.
THK"Foi- Rent" earrU on sain at1
the Bulletin office, I
National Stock Company
ADMISSION 25 CTS.
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c, 76e.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE. WHITE
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
OATHINQ AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN J3I
A FIRST-CLASS NEW RESTAURANT
o THE o
21 meals on ticket, $4.90.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT STREET.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes ot Ilulldlng Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 233Z
A large consignment of wetl-season
ed KOA LUMDER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1132 NUUANU 8TREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
SUGAR ON HAWAII.
Dags of Him'.ir awaiting shipment at
various mills on Hawaii nro us fol
lows Olaa, 15.100; Walnkca, C800;
Hawaii Mill. 23D0; WnlnaUii. 13,000;
Onomcri is ooi), Pepceheo, 4500; Ho
nouiu, 0500. Hakalau, 4115; Ookala,
8500 ICiikalau. 2000; Hamnkutt, 11.
000. I'aauhau 11.500; Hunnkaa, 2700;
Kukuilu-li (.:oo, Huntuipo, 2S90.
rrinl.llii Aio on Rolng to make
auy now resolutions on New Year's
Day?" Ponn "No; I thlnl; I will try
lo ropalr the old ones."
847-857 Xaatiumanu Strut.
P. 0. BOX 594.
TEL. MAIN Tt
TUE8DAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1904,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumantl
street, I will sell
1 Al grado Uabcock Surrey, full
1 Blko Runabout, gtudeliakcr;
Double Set Hand-mada Harness.
Tho nliovo Is tho proporty of Q. F.
1 Pino Single Surrey, Studebaker,
1 Business Buggy, A-l grado, irom
tho stables of Mrs. II. A. Isenberg;
1 Fine Canopy Holmes Drake, nevrj
Sale at 12 noon promptly.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TUE8DAY, FEB. 6, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaalmmanu
street, 1 will sell by order of Chief ot
Honolulu Flro Department,
2 Big Brown Horses
SUITABLE FOR DRAY OR FARM
JA8. F. MOROAN,
The choicest lots both as regards
location and prlco. Let mo show you.
JAS. F. MORGAN, ',
OMABA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
i mi f To Dtnver.
No Change te37
Do sure your ticket reads via tho
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery St., 8an Francisco, Cat.
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
Is tnjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of anlmc'o and birds, there)
are other delights too numerous
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other desirable localities
Also 1 JUMPSBAl' BUCR20ARD,
econd-band; good as new, A
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