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First Aid to The
can-be rendered by you If you will keep your yard and sidewalk look
The beit receipt for'keeplng a lawn looking green li to water It
freely with water that hat run through a length of
Stf TROPIC 5 PLY HOSE, which ihould be done regularly af
,. ter you have gone over It wUh a good
Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers
We have everything In the way of
and we want you to have. every thlno In this line at well.
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E. O Hall & Son, Ltd.
0! Hawaii For 1906
"The $5qo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
The Beautiful White Rock Golf Cup
The BU LETIN'8 S2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $1400 Reo Touring Car; a
$350 Kroegcr Piano; a $5000 Insurance
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; a Sewing Ma
chine; a Store Order; a Winchester Rif e; a set
'of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Devoloping Machine.
The winner of the ocean race cup will demonstrate the skill of his
crew and the fine model of his yacht; the winner of the golf trophy will se.
cure the prize by good playing and stjady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Bulletin's Touring Car, will be a test of personal popularity that will
establish the reputation of the winner for the next twenty-five years. Every
one still remembers that Capt. Slmcrjon of the Island fleet, won The Bulle
tin's Binoculars; that Jim Gorman won the diamond ring; that the Kohala
Ctub won the Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all these prizes 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 FIR8T 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 miles per hour, price Sl-lOO. Invented and billlt by R.
E. 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 autos Is a sufficient guarantee that they will
not 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 oeople In the Territory bear testimony
to Its fine tone, splendid workmanship and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE is a 5000 Insurance Policy Usued by the Con
tinental Casualty Co., of Chicago. The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co. are the
local agents. '
FOURTH PRIZE Is a Sliver Punetbowl from the jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Fort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A S 10 Store Order, Issued by The' Bulletin Publishing
SIXTH PRIZE A Domestic Sewing Machine from The Von Hamm
SEVENTH PRIZE A. B. G. I. Sole Leather Qotf Bag and a set of Willie.
Parke clubs, from the sporting goods department of E. O. Hall & Son.
EIGHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rifle from the sporting goods
store of Woods A. 8heldon.
'NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Case from The Von
Hamm-Young Co. (
TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Developing Machine from the Honolulu Pho.
to Supply Co. X
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 Cbntest
The contest opened Thursday, February 1, and will close at 5 o'clock p.
i 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, 1908. Transfers from ono member of a
household to another will not be allowed, and all names handed In as NEW
mutt be subject to Investigation before votes are allowed.
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 bJlng NO APPEAL. Subscription ac
counts and everything pertaining to the contest will be open to their Inspec
tion. NO TRANSFER OF VOTES.
Only one name can be written on anv ballot, and transfers of votes
from one candidate to anqther 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 Is desired 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 as follows:
For each NEW SUBSCRIBER w'io has not been regularly served with
The Evening Bulletin within a period of thirty days prior to the first day
of February, 1906,, If paid cash In advance, credits will be allowed, as fol
Dally 1 year $8.00 3500
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1500
Dally, 3 months 2.00 750
Daily, 1 month , 75 250
Weekly, 1 year 1-00 425
Weekly, 6 months 50 200
Cash payments on all other subscriptions, either payments In advance
or on account of arrears, will receive vote coupons when payment Is made,
BUT NO VOTES WILL BE CREDITED UPON 8UM8 LE8S THAN 50 d.
In other words, votes will be credited for cash'payments on regular sub
scriptions as follows ,
Dally, 1 year '. $8.00 MOO
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1200
Dally, 3 months ,-, 2.00 600
Daily, 1 month ...... 75-200
Weekly, 1 year 1.00 400
Weekly, 6 jmonths 60 175
TODAY Is the day to get In; the first count will be announced Thurs
day,. February 8, 1906.
If you have never tried
0 0 J J J 0 J
J O J J O 0 jS
do so at ones. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whir
For sals at all leading hotels and
101 TCf 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
.Home patronage of' liome Industry
means the retention of money in the
country. W. P. FULLER'S PURE
PREPARED PAINT Is a' Pacific Coast
product. It has the endorsement of
Innumerable parties who have used It,
and Is by Its undeniable superiority
the most advantageous paint for your
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING 8T.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
SEAVALL FOR WHARF NO. 2, ALA
KEA SLIP AND BULKHEAD
WALL FOR ONE-HALF, JJILAU-1
EA SLIP, HONOLULU.
Proposals nlll bo received nt tho
office of tlio Superintendent of I'ubllc
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o clock
m. of March 1st, 190C, for constructing
the. Sea-wall for Wharf No 2, Alakea
Blip and DulUlieaJ wall for ono-half
nf Kljauca Slip, Honolulu, T. II.
1'lans aud specifications and blank
forms of proposal may bo attained nt
the olllco of tho Asst. Sunt, of I'ubllc
W'orltH, for which a deposit of $5.00 Is
required, which sum will bu refunded
Intending bidders nfter the) have re
turned tlio plans and speculations.
Proposals will not bu uicepud unless
submitted on tlio blank forms furnish
ed, enclosed with a ccrtlflcil bank
check for Tlireo Thousand ($3,000.00)
Dollars In n scaled en elope, endorsed
."Proposal for Sea-wall for Wharf No.
2, Aiaxca sup and iiulklicad Wall for
Ono-half of Kllauca Slip," and dcllv
eicd previous to 12 o'clock in. of tlio
day specified at the office of the Su
perintendent of Public Works, who re
nerves the right to reject any or all
C. S. HOI.l.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department or Public WorkH, Hono
lulu, Feb. 7th, 190C. 3301-3t
DREDGING ONE-HALF OF THE
PROPOSED KILAUEA STREET
Proposals will ho received at tho of
fice of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
o'clock m. of Match. INth, 100C, for ex
cavating and dredging ono-half of tho
proposed Kllauca Street Slip, Hono
lulu, T. II.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposil may bo obtained at
tho offlco of tli. Ast. Supt. of Public
Works for wlilili a deposit of $5.00 Is
tequlred, which suia will bo refunded
Intending lilddi rs litter they liato re
turned tlio plans aud xpeclllcatlons,
Pmposals will nut bo accepted un
less submitted on tho blank foims fur
nished, enelomd with a ceitlfled bank
check for l'oir Thousand (? 1000.00)
DollcrB in a sealed envelopo, endorsed
"Proposal for Di edging one-half of tho
proposed Klltiuea Street Slip," and de
livered previous to 12 o'clock m. of the
day specified at tlio office of the Su
perintendent of Public Works, who re
serves the right to reject any or alt
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, Feb. 7th, 1900. 330l-3t
For Want Column See Page Six
Position In a storo by a young Japanese
who has had experience anil speaks
Kngllsh well. Address P. O. Hox
2)sjr"Foi' 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
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Eclipse, of the moon fob. 8. Total
eclipse begins 8 ll p. m. Total eclipse
ends 10:05 p. in.
Full moon Feb. 8th at 9:14 p. m.
Wi dnesilar, February 7.
Schr. Aloha, Capt Dabcl, from San
lrnnilsro, 11 n m
Stmr. Mlkahila, Capt. Gregory, from
Kauai parts, ft Zu a in.
Wednesday, February 7.
U 8, 8. Manning, Hobcrts, for Island
cruise, 8:30 n m.
1 i 1
C-A. S. 8 Aorniml. Phillips, for Vic
torla mid Vancouver, p. 111.
Stinr. Helene, fur Hawaii ports, S
l. in. X
Stmr. Ke Ait Hon Tullett, for Kauai
ports, fi p. m.
Stmr. W a. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai pons, & p. in
Stmr. Xocaii, Pcderson, for 'Hawaii
ports, C p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, for Kauai ports, &
Stmr. Helene, for Hawaii ports, S
P. C. C. CoV cable S. S. Restorer,
from San Francisco,
V. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperature 0 a. m., CO; 8 a, iu.,
CG; 10 a. m., 68; noon, 70; morning
llarometer, 8 n. m , 23 98; absolute
humidity, 8 a. 111., 1.485 grains pel
cubic foot;' relative humidity, 8 n, m.,
Gl per cent; dew point, 8 a. m 53,
Wind. 6 n in., cloclty 2, dlreitlon
N; 8 a. in., clodty 3, direction N.,
10 .1. in., elmlty 7, direction S. K.;
noon, eloilty 0, direction. S. W.
Italnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m.. 00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 148 miles.
AI.KX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
NO CHANCETj) REFORM
Ah Nam( who has citnio so often be
fore tlio lucnl Pollco Cfiirt on charges
nf logrnncy that his njipcarnnre there
has (omo to Im looked upon as being
as regular a thing as j tho arrival of
ocean liners, wanted til reform toda)
but Judge Whitney Aug cruel and
would not glo him unVpportunlty. Ii
suddenly occurred to ,lli Nam 11s In
came before tho Judge) this morning
that If he should bo ghln three days
grace he could get 11 Jollut somcthlnt,
and thus escupo prUan. 1 to forgot tha
In all tlicsn yenrs ho lull been gheri
numerous chanies tu renirin, but ha
(ailed to do so. So he mournfully uskcc
the court If ho might 1)0 given, Jutl
tlireo dajs In which to dvt work. Ti
this cuma the following repl
"I'll see that jou arc boarded for
thirty daH In tho Ouhu jirUun while
you are completing your plans for se
curing work. At tho cud of that time
)ou will bo given ncvorat days of gract
In which to obtain a Job,"
MRS. DANFORD CAUSED.
(Continued from Paqe 1.)
erlflcd to tho loiter, alio knew wher
Tbo brief goes ou to dcsirlbt tho
muking of thu Not ley will subucipient
lo bo mo fnmlly troubles, and tin mid
Ing of codicils much In fin or of Mrs.
Uanrord nnd (o tlio disadvantage of
ouo of tlio children. It shows, In oer
.100 typewritten pages, how tho nc
'ords luuo shown that Mrs. Danforn
exercised undiio control and Influence,
and quotes numerous authorities.
Tho following live points aro finally
Mimmcd up: 1. That I.'mma Danfoid
at and before tho tlmo of tho making
,of tho will exercised complete doml'
uatlouoer tho will of tbo decedent In
such matters wlicro sho sought con
trol. 2. That sho desired to prevent
Chas. Notley Jr. from obtaining any
benefits under his father's will and ex
pressed her Intention to boo that this
was accomplished, 3. That she for
many years up to and Including the
period In which tho will was mado ex
cluded tho tlecodent'B wlfo and chll
lilren from enjoying at his hands tho
rights and privileges which wcro nat
urally theirs. 4. Tho will and codi
cils were mado while the decedent
was In Mrs. Danford's house and un
der her Immediate InHuenee. and Nat
ley's wlfo and children wero In no
way consulted, 5. The will and co
dicils carried out tho previous threats
of Emma Danford In relation thereto.
The Alexander Young UuIJdlng Co.,
f.td.has filed a suit against David Ko
wananalcoa and John F. Colburn ask
ing for Judgmentiou a promissory note
Hackfeld & Co. have received advices
that the Mongolia left San Francisco
for this port and the Orient jesterday
IHho will arrive hero Monday morning.
Bonny" Cunha may return to Houo
lulu shortly from San Francisco. John
Ullla expects to go Kast this spring.
Whitney & Marsh
GREAT RIBBON SPECIAL
In order to close out a few good odds and ends, we will place on
sale limited quantity of SATIN TAFFETA and DOUBLE-FACED
At the following LOW PRICES
No. 7 WHITE TAFFETA , 3 yds. 10J
No. 7 SATIN 5 yd.
Nos. 12 and 16 SATIN , 10i yd.
No. 22 8ATIN 15J yd.
No. 40 8ATIN 20J yd-
No. 60 8ATIN 1 25J yd.
COME IN WHITE, PINK, BLUE, RED AND BLACK.
Tonight, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Richard Buiiler anl National Stock Company in
The Great Diamond Robbery
Startling Features, New Effects, Beautiful Climax
Beglnfng Monday. Feb. 12th, For one Week
RADIUM DANGE GHOSTLY EFFECTS
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
PRICES 25c, EOc, 75c.
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Hawaiian Opera House
Honolulu Symphony Society
T. H. STOCKTON, Director.
FRIDAY EVENING, 9 O'CLOCK,
FEB. 9, 1906
MISS DRUSILLA MARX,
MISS MAUD KINNEY.
Reserved teats now on sale at Wall,
Tickets, $1, 75c and 50c.
J. M. "LEVY Co,
TELEPHONE MAIN 149.
Our New Directory
. For 906-7
There will be ONLY ONE Up to-Dato
directory published for tho Hawaiian
lilands for 1906-1907. That will bo tho
1.UMMON-EAIILE DIUECTOUY. Tho
result of a complete house to bouso
ranvais of all tbo Islands, carefully
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T6.
TEL. MAIN 482.
Camara & Co., Props.-
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
o WHOLE8ALE QROCER8 0
FLOUR, QRAIN AND BEAN8; COF-
FEE ROA8TERS AND PACKERS.
HONOLULU, T. H.
SEAT8 NOW ON 8ALE at Box Office,
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681 1
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
Q BATHING AND 8HAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kino; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J3I
JUST ARRIVEO. A NUMBER OF
and FRESH FAMILY MILCH COWS.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
o JUST OPENED p
Clothing, Hats, 8hoes, Etc.. Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu St., corner
King. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T.
A FIRST-CLA83 NEW RESTAURANT
o THE o
21 meals on ticket, $4.50.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT STREET.
A large consignment of well-seasoned
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
847-857 Kaahumaiw Strut,
P. O. BOX 694.
TEL MAIN Tt
Her6 Are Bargains
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, Knahumanu St.,
Mortgage by h. Ahlo to V. L. Ton
ney: - 4
CO acres nt Walalua, Oahu.
Mortgage by Itamlo W. Aylott to
Trustees of Oahu College:
Lots F. & a. on Ilerctanla street,
13.690 sq. ft. " '
I.ots 2 and 3 on cast sldo of Fort
street, near Vineyard street, 10,140
Mortgago by Ohal to A. N. Camp
bell: Land In Walklkt-kal, Oahu, adjoin
ing tho lands of A. S. Clcghorn and
Chas. Kanuha. Contains COOO sq. ft.,
more or less.
And at Capitol Building. Honolulu,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Sheriff's salo of Walklkl proporty of
Geo. F. Mcl.eod.
This property Is on tho main Wal
klkl road, and has a bathing lot near
Now, there's a varied assortment to
choose from, and It you will call at
my offlco during tho week, I'll glvo you
Information and pointers whero you
can mako safo Investments.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
Tho choicest lots both as regards
location and price. Let me show you.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
VIA " 1
OMAHA, KANSAS CUT,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
.. . f To Denver
No Change g,Q"
Do suro your ticket reads via the
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery 8L, 8an Francisco, Cat.
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
Is enjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of anlme!3 and birds, thsr
are other dullghts too numerous
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALIHI, and other desirable localities
Also 1 JUMP-SBa-i' DUChSOARD,
teeond-band; good as new.
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