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nV.ENINO DULt.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, FED. 5, 1906.
First Aid to The
can be rendered by you If you wilt keep your yard and tide walk look
The best receipt for keeping a lawn looking green It to water It
freely with water that hat run through a length of '
Jtjy TROPIC 5-PLY HOSE, which thould 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 everything In thli line at well.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Of Hawaii For 1906
The $5oo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
Consisting of a $1400
$350 Kroeger Piano;
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; a Sewing Ma
chine; a Store Order; a
of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Devoloping Machine.
The winner of the ocean race cup will demonttrate the skill of hit
.crew and the fine model of hit yacht; the winner of the golf trophy will te.
cure the prize by good playing and tteady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Dulletln't Touring Car, will be a tett of penonal popularity that will
establish the reputation of the winner for the next twenty-five yeart. Every
one still rememben that Capt. Slmerson of the Itland fleet, won The Dulle
tln't Olnoculan; that Jim Gorman won the diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won the Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all these prlzei put together do
not equal In value the first prize In the present contest the Splendid Reo.
This Is not only a business enterprise of The Bulletin's, but Is a splendid
opportunity presented to the people of Hawaii. Both old and new subscrib
ers are entitled to votes which may be turned In for any person the holder
THE FIRST PRIZE Is a Reo Touring Car complete. The Reo Is the
1906 standard of Utilized Power; 16 horsepower, 1500 pounds, seating five
people, speed 35 mites per hour, price 81-100. Invented and built by R.
C. Olds, the foremost designer and builder of gasoline motor cars In the
United States. The Von Hamm-Young Co. Is agent for, this car, and their ex
perience with many makes of autot It a sufficient guarantee that they will
dot handle any but high-grade SUCCESSFUL automobiles.
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a handsome Kroeger Piano, from the well
known Island firm. The Bergstrom Music Co., who have handled this make
of piano since 1895, and hundreds of people In the Territory bear testimony
to its fine tone, splendid workmanship and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE Is a $5000 Insurance Policy Issued by the Con
tinental Casualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co. are the
local agents. i
FOURTH PRIZE It a Silver Punchbowl from the Jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Fort street
FIFTH PRIZE A S-10 Store Order, Issued by The Bulletin Publishing
8IXTH PRIZE A Domestic Sewing Machine from The Von Hamm
SEVENTH PRIZE A. B. a I. Sole Leather Qolf Bag and a set of Willie
Parke clubs, from the sporting goods department of E. 0. Hall & 8on.
EIQHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rifle from the sporting goods
tore of Woods & Sheldon.
NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Case from The Von
Hamm-Young Cg. I
'TENTH PRIZE A' Kodak Developing Machine from'the Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co. i
These ten prizes are the high-water mark of merit, value, tone and use
fulness In the Territory of Hawaii. The winning of them Is a question of
votes and the votes may be had under the following conditions:
Rules of the Contest
The contest opened Thursday, February 1, and will close at 5 o'clock p.
m. June 16, 1906,
.WHO MAY ENTER.
Anyone may enter except persons or anyone In the Immediate family of
;any person In the regular employ of The Bulletin' Pub. Co., Ltd.
During this contest a new subscriber will be understood to be any per
son who has not been regularly served with The Dally or Weekly Bulletin
for thirty days prior to February 1, 1906. Transfers from one member of a
household to another will not be allowed, and all names handed In as NEW
must be subject to Investigation before votes are allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT.
The final count will be made by three Judges, selected from among those
having no Interest In The Bulletin and no active Interest In any one of the
candidates. The vote will be announced by the Judges and the prizes award
ed according to their findings, there being NO APPEAL. 'Subscription accounts-end
everything pertaining to the contest will be open to their Inspec
NO TRANSFER OF VOTES.
Only one name can be written on anv ballot, and transfers of votes
from one candidate to another will not be allowed,
Schedule of Vote Credits
In every copy of the paper there will be printed a coupon which being
properly filled out with the name of the party for whom It It detlred to vote
and deposited with The Evening Bulletin WITHIN ONE WEEK AFTER
THE DAY OF ISSUE, will be credited as ONE VOTE. Additional vote
credits will be allowed at follows:
For each NEW 8UB8CRIBER whb has not been regularly served with
The Evening Bulletin within a period of thirty days prior to the first day
of February, 1906lf paid cash In advance, credits will be allowed, as fol
Dally .1 year $8X10 3500
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1500
Dally, 3 months 2.00 750
Dally, 1 month .75 250
Weekly, 1 year .., 1.00 425
Weekly, 6 months 50 200
Cash payments on all other subscription!, either payments In advance
or on account of arrears, will receive vote coupons when payment Is made,
BUT NO VOTE8 WILL BE CREDITED UPON SUMS LE88 THAN 50S
In other words, votes wilt be credited for cash payments on regular sub
scriptions as follows:
Dally, 1 year
Dally, 6 months
Dally, 3 months 2.00 600
' Dally, 1 month 75 200
' Weekly, 1 year 1.00 400
Weekly, 6 months 50 175
TODAY It the day to get In; the flrtt count will be announced Thurt
day, February 8, 1906.
The Beautiful White Rock Golf Cup
S200B Prize List
Reo Touring Car;
a $5000 Insurance
Winchester Rifle; a set
If you have never tried
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J J J J v J O
do to at once. It la tuperior to any gin
In the market and And favor wher
For tale at all leading hotelt an"
101 TO 106 N. KINO STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
Hawaiian Opera House
Honolulu Symphony Society
T. H. STOCKTON, Director.
FRIDAY EVENING, 9 O'CLOCK,
FEB. 9, 1906
MISS DRU8ILLA MARX,
MISS MAUD KINNEY.
Reserved teats now on sale at Wall,
Tickets, $1, 75e and 50c.
For Want Column See Page Six
Dnaltlnn na -larb In stnrA liV VniiniM
lady with experience. Address L,
flntwrnn ITnlnn llnpk fltnml Ami
nrrlnr'a nfflra. YmlniF TlntM tnnte'l
papers of Samuel Qourloy. FIndei
return to olUct of Inspectors of Hulls
and Boilers, Young Building. 3299-31
Small bay horse, branded .N.; white
spot on forehead and 1 white hind
foot. Reward If returned to L. Todd,
311 reck Avenue. 3299-lw
HH II SAILS
Severe wind for three days after leav
ing San Francisco was experienced by
the America Maru, which arrived In
port at 6 o'clock last night, being a lit
tic over six days making the trip. Lost
Friday afternoon the sea was so rough
that about twenty-four feet of tin
wooden railing on the starboard quar
ter deck was swept away by the waves,
but It has since been replaced. The
last half of tho Journey was through
At 9M5 o'clock yesterday morning
the Maru met an American fourmastei
schooner, bound southwest. It slg'
naled to report It all well. It Is be
lleved to bo the schooner Aloha.
The passenger list of the Maru 1.
B..nT,in Tnnr.wJ n;.inin
In Honolulu. Among those remaining
here for a short time are Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Graves, bound for Hongkong.
Mr. Graves Is connected with one of the
biggest hardware firms In Chicago.
Another passenger of Importance to
stolf of In Honolulu Is Mrs. W. II.
Avery, wife of the assistant manager
of the Toyo KIsen Kalsha line. She Is
bound tor Hongkong, also.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McCord are pas-'
sengers on tho Maru. traveling on their'
!, M u,nn,J I. ,.,r.Mn,!
ih .n.ii. TV; in Sh.hr
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ilevcrldge.'of Los
K1M. K ...rcntrporung to U!?.;
Misses I'hylls and Marlon Deverldge.
Chin Fun. a prominent Importer of
SWifiS a.8 ll'SSJi Tm -of the'pbof sald'wili
weany yong "Koreatw. Lsbec" l&&"; ?
attending the University of Syracuse.!"111, " n"J '' hoK0"'y
Tli Amorlrn Mnril passed thfi Nln- A'""""1"' liaVLnB " M Bth day Of
pen Maru at 5 o'clock Saturday even-
icrnoon ni u ociocic
Dlank hooka of all sorts, edgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES, BOARD -
INO HOU8E8 AND H0TEL8.
The New 4,DISHWASHER"the same Is hereby appointed the time
There Is more popular demand for a
cheap, practical and durable Dish '" ""'. wueu u ra any per
Washer than any article that can be fon Interested may appear and contest
mentioned. ,D0 Ban,. It further ordered that
There It no machine about tho """"J mereui uu given, oy puuueauon
household used at frequently at the nco a woek for three successive
Dish Washer. weeks, In the Evening Bulletin, a news-
The services of a carpet sweeper are paper published In the English Ian
required two or three timet a week; guage tho last publication to bo not
the washing machine once a week; the less than ten days previous to the
clothes wringer only once a week; time therein appointed for hearing,
while the sewing machine often stands. Dated at Honolulu, Oabu, this 6th
idle for months; but tne oisn-watner
it In demand THREE TIME8 eachl
day, and Its benefitt are thut con-
stantlv belna dispensed to Its users.
For further;-particulars Inquire of the
Washington Light Co.
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First Quarter of the moon Feb. ltL
the tides at kohuiut and Hlle ocour
about aa hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Tim It lOh 10m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle blows at 1(30 p. m., which
Is the tame as Oreenwlth. Oh Om.
T. K. B.- 8. America Mam, for Yoko
hama niul other Oriental ports, 3 . m.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, for Anahola, Kl
Inuoa and other Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nllliau, W. Thompson, for Ele
cta anil Makncwll, 4 1. m,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
NEW - TO-DAY
M, W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
o WHOLESALE GROCERS 0
FLOUR, GRAIN AND BEANS! COF
FEE ROASTERS AND PACKERS.
HONOLULU, T. H.
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, P. & A. M, will be
held tomorrow (Tuesday afternoon at
8:30 o'clock In Masonic Temple, for
the purpose of attending tho funeral
of Lira. W. P. Allen.
BY ORDER W. M.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
TELEPHONE CO, LTD.
holders of tho Mutual Telephone Co.,
.Ltd., held on tho 31st day of January,
lilUG, tho following officers, who also
tho Hoard of Directors,
(were elected to serve for the ensuing
J. O. Carter, Esq President
Cecil Brown, Esq.. Vice President
Godfrey Brown, Esq Treasurer
C. H. Atherton, Esq. ...Secretary
J. M. Dowtett, Esq Auditor
Honolulu, Feb. 5th 1906.
C. H. ATHERTON,
32991w ' Hecretary.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL COM
Tho Annual Meeting of tho WAIA
LUA AGRICULTURAL COMPANY,
limited, will be held at the office of
Castle & Cooke. Limited. In the Stan-
gcnwald Building, Merchant Street,
Honolulu, on .Wednesday. February
28th, 190C, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
election of a Board of Directors for
the ensuing year, the reception of an
nual reports, to consider and act unon
the approval of the mortgage or deed
of trust prepared In pursuance of the
authorization or the Company at Its
meeting October 19th, 1905. and of the
proceedings of the Board of Directors
In connection therewith, and to aa
thorlze the Issuing and sale of bonds
upon terms recommended by the Di
rectors ana the execution of the trust
dceJ or mortgage to secure the same,
I nm, P11 . .. ,,.,.. ,
and such other business as may
orougni ucioro said meeting.
CHAS. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary Walalua Agricultural
Honolulu, February 6th, 1906,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
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" Unnnng, Deceased. Order of No-
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immw jvit,wta ivi ui.v.i.utjr ICllCIO ICO.
'tamentary hav ng been Hied by Bern
hard ,.,. nannW nraVlnP thnt An
hard Itudolf Banning, praying that An
cillary Letters Testamentary bo Issued
to him: It Is hereby ordered that Mon
day, tho 191b day of March. A. D. 1900.
. at 0 o'clock 111 tho forenoon, at the
, t?.m, 0t fa,a ?,Urt Bt ,ne Judl'
or ?D Ba'a wl" nd hearing said
aay of February, A. I), luoe.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY. JR..
second Judge Circuit Court of tho
Attest J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk First Circuit Court.
J, A. Magoon and J. I-lghtfoot, attor
neys for petitioner.
3299 Feb. C, 12, 19, 26.
Whitney & Marsh
GREAT RIBBON SPECIAL
In Order to close out a few good odds and ends, we will place on
sale a llmltid'quantlty of SATIN TAFFETA and DOUBLE-FACED
At the following LOW PRICES
No. 7 WHITE TAFFETA 3 yds. 10
No. 7 SATIN 5 yd.
Nos. 12 and 16 SATIN 10 yd.
No. 22 8ATIN .. 15t yd.
No. 40 8ATIN 20f yd.
No. 60 8ATIN r..... 25 yd.
COME IN WHITE, PINK, BLUE, RED AND BLACK.
In MATTRE8SE8. We have a lot of
SISAL and M08S 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 MATTRESS WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN BE 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 be ONLY ONE Upto-Dato
Directory published for tho Hawaiian
Islands for 1900-1907. That will be tho
LEMMON-EA11LE DIRECTORY. Tho
result of a complete house-to-house
canvass of all the Islands, carefully
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8TS.
TEL. MAIN 492. .
Camara & Go,, Props.-
FANCY DRY GOODS.
c JU8T OPENED o
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese '811k Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu 8L, corner
King. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T.
EW"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
National Stock Company
POPULAR PRICES; 26c., 50c, 75c.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE. WHITE
Have You Seen
The Latest and Qreatest In
BATHING AND 8HAMPOOING.
.We have them. Call to sea
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN tai
JUST ARRIVED. A NUMBER OF
and FRESH FAMILY MILCH COWS,
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
A FIRST-CLA88 NEW RE8TAURANT
o THE -o
21 meals on ticket, $4.80.
Open nights until 12 o'clook.
HOTEL NEAR FORT STREET.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office "Phono Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332,
A large consignment of well-season
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be told very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1132 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
847-857 Kaahumanu Strut
P. O. BOX 694.
TEL. MAIN ft
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1906, '
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 817 Kaahumanu
street, I will tell
1 A-l grado Dabcock Surrey, full
1 Illko Runabout. Studebaker;
Double Set lland-mado Harness.
The nbovo Is the property of 0. F.
1 Flno Single Surrey, Studebaker,
1 Business Buggy, A-l grado, from
the stables of Mrs. H. A. Isenbcrg;
1 Fine Canopy Holmes Drake, new;'
Sale at 12 noon promptly.
TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell by order of Chief of
Hon'olulu Fire. Department,
2 Big Brown Horses
SUITABLE 'FOR DRAY OR . FARM
FARMERS, ATTENTIONl i
JA8. F. MORGAN,
The choicest lots both as regards
location and price. Let mo show you.
JAS. F. MORGAN, j
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
De sure your ticket reads via tha
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery 8t, San Francisco, Cal. T- ,
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
It tnjoyable to children and pa
Bttldts the wonderful oolleo
tlon of anlma'. and birds, there
are other delights too numerous
1S7 MERCHANT 8TREET. ,
Lots for Sale I
In KAPIOLANI PAHK ADDITION, ,,
KM.IHI, and other" dttlrble localities
Also 1 JTJMPSEAl' BUCKSOARD,
ttond-band; good ai new. i