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EVENlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. FED. 12,"l006.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Sco Piio 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
IIOU8E On Vineyard St.
' HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty llulldlng.
, WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
IraproTed and Unimproved Properties.
Homes In all parts of tbe City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
(or housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
"S3 Beretanla St. 3270-lw
Deet cnttlo for sale at Ka-
huku Ilanch, Kan, Ha
ft nil. 3212 tf
'deal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good batning;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain. Apply
to 1. E. H. Strauch, Ileal Estate, 74
S. King St., Walty Bldg. 3296 tf
Kino corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
vater, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F., this office.
I'uro Plymouth Hoclt eggs, and youns
I'nrm Cornn, King and MrCully
Cbaap Homo near Park, Walklkl,
Address 11. S. K Bulletin.
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwr.l, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
Furnished cottage. 13.00 per week. Ap
ply Honolulu Hotel. 3303-lw
Position In a store by a young Japanese
who has had experience and speaks
English well. Address P. O. Box
Experienced plantation man with first
class references, seeks employment.
Address M, Bulletin office.
An experienced shoo salesman. In
quire Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Fort
street. 3300 tf
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
Ai 84 Vineyard St. 2728 tf
tturslshed rooms at 1223 Emma street,
Mrs. McConnell. 2S63
On Itnpld Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
offlco for rewnrd 3271-tf
FOR RENT OR FOR 8ALE.
22-yr. Leasehold, 2-story Cottagu on
Beach adjoining Ena property In Sum of money Call Bulletin office,
quire No. 8 KaplolanI Bid 3302 lw 3304 tf
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
etc., manufactured uy mo iiuiicun run. jitiuetin gives n completo summary ot
tuning company. tho news of tho day. For SI a year.
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, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820,
Telephone Main 396.
Umbrellas r-palred and brass polish
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8bnD. 1111 Fort SL
PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON.
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. C20 King SL
T. Hayathl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 837 Beretanla SL
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Offlco,
cor. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
.See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening ot
Tine Cutlery. Rear Union a rill.
'Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tbe piano wnrerooma
of L. E. Thacr & Co., 1S8 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; S3 month (8 lessons) ;
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this offlco, 3290 tf
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
SMT-'-For Rent" cards on sals at
the Bulletin office.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D., PHY
8ICIAN AND 8URGEON. HOTEL
8TREET. OFFICE HOUR8: 8 TO 11
A. M.J 3 TO 6 P. M.J 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
INGJ 8UNDAY8, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
MONEY TO LEND.
3n Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 5o Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting, All work guaranteed,
Enos Bros., Union abovo Hotel SL
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
i-lflTFl nnn. nlRUHD BTOFCT.
ij&i 3222 tf
"J The Weekly Edition ot tho Evening
I ."LlBulletln gives a completo summary of
Titnoneyfs of the day. For gi a year.
.t Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
'', V rfi ctciwanufacturfd by tho Bulletin Pub
Fine Fire Wood
o FOR 8ALE o
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord & Belser. These ties will make
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOtEL and BETHEL 8T8
II sssssssmV JwTajsssssssTssssssKVsiVK. SLsssssssssssssssssssfr,Mfc- ' jJZ-? )
Yesterday nt Hnlclwa the new White
Hock Golf cup was contested for nnd
many aspiring golfers Joined In the
play to lift the handsomo trophy. The
day at Hatelwa was n very fair one for
golf although j fresh breezo blew across
Jess Woods succeeded n gaining Ihi
first leg on tho valuable trophy and b)
pln Ing nn 85 scoro broko the coura
record by ono stroke. Up to yesterday
Harold (llffard held the record v,iui
Woods' store was as follows:
Out 6 3 4 4 15 5 4 439
In 5 5 4 4 7 6 5 5 540
Horace Johnson and Harold OIITnrd
tie. each bilnglng In 88. (JIITard played
scratch nrd made each round In 41.
Johnson vvns aided by n 12 handicap.
These two pl.i)crs will piolmhly dn
clde who carries off (he second prize,
consisting of a case of White Hook.
There vveni ninny surprises during
the mntch; most of tho cracks plaved
poor golf nnd somo of the long handi
cap men brought In good scons. I. W.
Klehahn surprised the crowd by bring
ing In a score 51-53 and with 18 handi
cap made 89
Had J. (1 Itothwetl made his first
round ns well as he did tho second he
would hno been close to the lender.
It was a merry crowd that made tho
trip yesterday and all had n fine time.
The Manoa caddies also enjoyed tha
Following arc tho scores ns turned
COUNTER KONAPETiriON FOR
CLAIMED THAT SOME 8IGNED
PETITION AGAIN8T HIM OW
ING TO MISUNDERSTANDING.
J. O. Holhwell Gl
C. S. WclghU 1(1
1'. Armstrong 51
Jess Woods 39
J. Cullcn. Jr. .....52
0 E Wnll 47
II. dlKard 44
C Fnlk 61
S. It. Jordan 59
1 Spalding 19
C.J. Hutchlns 52
W Ornce 48
M. Phillips 61
1' Hnlstcnd 53
It. A. Jordan 66
J. Evans 51
E. M. Campbell 56
Q. H. lie'rrcy 49
W. Williamson 55 54
T. Treadway 57
J. D. Mclncrny 68
F W. Klebahn 51
N. Watklns 63
I'. C. Smith 65
S. A Walker 63
J. D. Yost .....' 51
C. B. High
I S. Dillingham 56
Dr. II. Wood 48
J. S. Ormo
O. Mayall 49
II. Johnson 61
A Mahaulu ..50
II It. Ornnt 61
O. Cox 49
P. Schmidt 63
II. A. Wilder 63
W. C Wilder 71
A. A. Dunn 69
Kallun, Hawaii, Feb 3. Herewith
find n truo copy of petition contrndlctl
ing charges made ngainst J. w. Kent
koa, the Deputy Sheriff for North
Kona, hy Messrs M. F Scott (tho tin
fortunnto School Agent) nnd Or. E. 8
Ooodhuo nnd the disappointed Bulletin
Kallua correspondent (through his em
ployees of the llackfcld Store) accom
panied by James Ako (also employed
by Hackfcld's manager ns Deputy Post
Master) and the employees for Good
hue's trumped up leper campaign.
Eight sensible parties who recently In
vestigated tho charges against the Dep
uty, having withdrawn their names
A true copy of it Is also enclosed.
MRS. MAHY II. ATCIIERLEY.
Tho Honorable, tho Board of Super
visors for the County of Hawaii.
Gentlemen; We, the undersigned,
lllng In North Kona and registered
voters for the Third Representative
District, having been Induced to sign
n petition against Mrs. J. W. Kclllkoa
through misrepresentation by -Mr
V, James Ako (the Deputy Tax Assessor
lor this District) hereby beg to with
draw our names. Wo find on Investi
gation that the chnrges arc not sub
stantiated. Wc nro gentlemen,
Yours very respectfully.
Joseph Wlillmnrsli, hondsmnn, Ka-
(nnttll: Rnm ltnll. linlnnlitl. Plinrlea
MT. Slmerson, Kalnnlul, Knhallouml,
Kcauliou; Kahlklna, Kallua; Peter Pa
S'J huole. Kallua: etc.. ptp.
88 To the Board of Supervisors of tho
ji county nnd Island of Hawaii.
1021 flentleiflf.fi Wn llin lltwtar.ltrnn.l
83 'voters of North Kona. Island nnd Ter
9 rltory of llnwnll. do respectfully ns
97 'sure your honorable body that Joseph
11-J,W. Kclllkoa, Esq. Is doing well nnd
91 fitfully carrying (he duties of (his dls-
117 trlct. 'All complaints ngilnst him ore
01 or raise nature.
102' (Hawaiian Conv V
Ika Papa Klal, o ko Kalana, a Moku
punl o Hawaii
K na Keonlmana: O makou o ka
pott nona na Inoa malalo Iho, he poe
kuponn I ko koho palota no Kona
Aknu, .Mokupunl a Tcrrltorln o Hawaii
ko hoola aku nel: ko Josenh W. Kclll
koa, Esq, Kukonoma Ka Olhana, Hope
Makal Nul no kela apann, Onn hoopll
a pan e kuo ana lala. Aohe Ololo.
(Signed) D, Alawa, Isaac K. Davis,
S. Keohl. D. H Kamalu. J. It. Costa.
John N. Kapahu, D. P. Kaahlla, K. II,
wanine Kujiu, Kapcllela, Serefln Lopez,
Manuela Kaolelo, Levi, W. P. Kahale,
Papa Pekelo, Kalkala oplo, Jno. Le
one, II. Bcnlamlna, Keonl Pulu, Palai
klko Akamu, Adamu, Kanaau, S. K.
Mlol, J. W 11. I. Hike, K. Kenweal
mokll. Josenh Whltmarih. Kenwn I'e.
128tnhl, Aug. Esser, Chas. Kalkala, Alanl
"7 J Kaplo, Kalua, Klmonn, Keau. Kcrua,
Kaawa, unmnKn lino, s. K. MaaKe
nnlanl Slmona, II. T. Hecs, Kclll, Wl
koll Ilullhre. N. Klmo Nulhlwa, N. P.
Napuupahce, E. W. Kalhe. D. Kelll,
Frank Palaklko, D. Ahta, Ben Kahu
lamti. Brown Hulnma, Luo, Kuula, Lul
TVlvtm, ni.ln Int. 1Arnnl.l T.Vr. I 'OHaKU, Bam Ilall. CUBS. T, KltllCrSOn.
djto of Paris, France, rcurcnentlue a, Kahallounul, I. W. K. Lelllwl. Geo.
syndliato of Frenchmen, who In turn Pan' ,lc" Ivawai joo Kahananul, Geo.
represents tho Frciuh aovernment, has KlITa. Kunowa. Kamakee, J. Makua
bought tho Hying machine Invented by Ja,ne- Anlona, Kaalalll, J. I,. Coerper.
Wilbur and Orvllle Wright of this city, i0"" Atk. "B- Cnas: A- Spencer, John
Tho money has not been paid, but If tho -"no. ",n,l " s. II. iiooraann-
maihlno will Hy before tho commlttto "uu"'; "; J- '" aiaioio, uamakaoie
which will tomo to seo It. as It has al- !aul'',A',rc'i '. S- W. Knlll
ready flown before a party of farmers Sln';. w-"-,!vUnl, J- s- K- I-lel.i.
and city men over Hoffmnn Prairie,"- "'" " " "l"-;'"'. "uuiu, .miuiu,
mar nf linrn llin l.nr.mln will I,.. ,.nan.l KSBhanUl, l'Cter PallOOle. J. Malola.
Tho amount of money to bo paid Is a !ac,b 'V'")1?",1', John Atcherley, M. It.
,.rct. C. S.. Hooklekle. William Wassaman,
The Wright brothers are reticent.' """"?" mnr? weeits. u. a. kciii, w.
They had their experimental shop and,"' Jonnson. cnas. Ka. Kalilona Ka,
shed, where they kept their finished an' ''c'tee',.Knon,1 u.n1, Dl Sl,ma"''1'
machine, throe-quarters of a mllo from ) Kaalhtie. S. II. Kaullaekalanl.
any resldemo and Iho miles from the Jlllle Ikncka. Jonah Kenke. Poe, Alex
city They hired a man to watch the ""-. .".".. ., nm.
shed to seo that no ono entered.
Orvllle Wright explained that tho
machine Is an aeroplane propelled by
fans operated by a motur. It flics ou
the same plan that the kite does, bo- Acting Governor Atkinson has sen!
ng forced ngalust tho air by propollera thn following letter tn Secretnry Hitch
Instead of being pulled by u btrlnc. rncli. nnnmmMnir ti,m hi, im iiivn
Tho mechanism Is suih that It can bo chargo of the executive duties:
operated In any kind of wcathor. There I February 10 1906
Is no balloon attachment. At tho last Hon. E, A. Hitchcock, Secretary of tho
trial the machine was operated about Interior, Washington, I) C.
tho prairie, makiug twenty circuits of, sir; Tho duty falls upon mo to In.
ono mllo each. fnmi you that, nctlne under the ndvleo
Tho Wright brothers will sell only. of his physician, the Governor will
tho right to make and operate the ma-; temporarily refrain from attending the
chines In France, having reserved all duties of 1Mb nine. liiirint? m ,iuni,u.
other rights. The two brothers are sons ity It will be my duty to assume and
ui niauup ivngiii, unu nro (.uunuini, perform the runctlons or tho Governor,
workers. They worked several years .under tho provisions of Section 70 ot
to finish tho machine. They discarded "An Act to provide a Government for
no less than twenty models, until at tho Territory of Hawaii." No serious
last tney succeeded. i consequences are anticipated from thl
present Illness of Mr. Carter, as you
will observe from the letter of hU
physician, n copy of which I enclose.
I hnve the honor to be, sir, your obeJ
(Signed) A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii
STANDINGS FEB. 8
The standing of the contestants Aft
er tho count of votes on Feb. 8 was:
St. Louis College Alumni Asso
Mrs. C. L, Dlekerson
D. K, Watson
Admiral Geo. C. Beckley
Diamond Head Athletic Club ..
B. P.O. E Elks No. 616
Leo Lorrlllard Cummins
Kalmukl, Walatae, Palolo Impvt
Honolulu Athletic Club
X D. McVeigh
8. K. Kamaloplll
J. P. Scully
I. K. Dillingham
Captain Gregory (Mlkahala) ..
J. A. Combs (Makawell)
c. LOUIS ,
NEW FLYING MACHINE
rather Aeby, who died tho other day
In Berno, Switzerland, was, according
to tho Geneva correspondent of Le Ma.
tin, of Paris, "the most miserable mi
ser In nil Europe." Since ho was 20
years of ago, whon ho inherited a
large fortune, he had lived on charity
and an expenditure, of 3 cents a day.
Ho died at the ago of 70, and his body
was so emaciated that It resembled a
mummy. Ho left securities valued at
1750,000, 1100,000 In gold and
Justice Poliarrd, of St. Louis, foi
several yiarB past, whenever a druuken
man Is brought before him for drunk
'ennrBs, requires his slgnaturo to a
silver total nbstlnenco pledge for a year oi
coin concealed about his house, aud more and stays the sentence as long nf
no relatives. the pledge Is kept.
Teacher (angrily) Why don't you an
swer uiy question, William?
Ills Brother Sam (ntmvcrlng for hi in)
He can't, nin'nni. He's got n pep
pcri.ilnt In his specih.
A 'Wutfifin'n. Trmililf.
Flossie Yen, hut you arc always com
plaining about tho men. Surely they
haven't dono up j thing to you I
Aunt No, my dearj that's Just It!
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and tho Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7fd per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per yer.
William Waldorf Astor, who bought
llever Castle, In England, about two
years ago. la building a Tudor vlllnge
around the old place and will try to
glvo It surroundings similar to thos
existing in tho days when King Honrjr
VIII went thero to woo Hnne Bolcyn.
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The liullclin offuc has been asketi a hundred times in the last
uvek, by contestants and their friends, (or a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it tivttld ie unfair to the persons not
having tin list. The real, live, earnest fnse-ui'nning xvay is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
take the dt'er (which is likely), then their ivies on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not now take The Bulletin, it is
to the vole-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby gelling
the needed vole coupon and placing in the hands of the (icte .ri
scrxbers the best nacspaper publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prises are a 91-iOO liliO TOURING CAR, 16 horscpo-.t'-cr,
seating five people. The Second Prise is a S350 KROIIGER
PIANO, Third, o S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER IVuVCllliOII'L: Pifth, a S40 STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
IILEATER GOLF HAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
W INCH ESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
LEATHER SLIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
Voles may be had as follows
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We do all kinds of carriage repairs well and reasonably, In our m
rully equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea 8ts. Also m
carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of skill- W
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under
take the building of wagons, drays and carriages,. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate and the service leaves nothing to be desired.
Schimiaii Carriage Co. j
REPAIR DEPARTMENT. .
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT t ALAKEA 8TS., NEXT TO HOL-
LINGER'S 8HOEING SHOP.
& pc m-.pi m mi in ampinnjWHi'aawp.i.
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to est will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the 8. 8. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY" CHEE8E, OLIVE8, SAUSAGES, FI8H, OYSTERS, ETC.
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and If you would see It at Its best you should maks
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
DUILDINQ and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnlshtd. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nished. Cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. Whits 2401.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
yriiv 2r,J' "jfrr fr")" Er" & iKj&'" "
International Stock Food j)
JH 1H fowitls. . . S
r 'llOOfseislsf ISBtrits. .Ss..
has the largest sale In the world for
Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Colts, Calves,
Lambs or Pigs. It is prepared from
Roots, Herbs, Barks and 8eeds. Cure
and prevents disease. 8avea grain by
aiding digestion and assimilation.
Purifies the blood and gives renewed
life, greater strength and makes stock
fat, sleek and glossy.
For One Gent
Is all It costs to feed this very su
perior medicated food.
California Feed Co.,