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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. MONDAY, FED. 12, 1906,
Whitney & Marsh
The new fuel for Automobiles, Engines, Etc.
If you have never tried
Official tettt of Energlne, mide In Chicago lately, proved that
It took within half a tea Cup of two gallons of gatollne to run
the tame car at far at one gallon of Energlne had run It.
Energlne will give your car far more power for hlll-cllmblng,
It will not toot up your tpark plug.
Try ENEROINE once and you will not ute any other fuel.
We have Jutt received a
drumt. Try one.
E. O. Hall
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
FOR 8ALB BVERYWIIERE
McFARLANE&Co., So!e Agents.
Wailach's Indian Pile Cure
TlfJf Mirk KnllfJ
It a positive cure when all elte falls.
Remedy, a cure It GUARANTEED or
FOR 8ALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
1021 FORT 8T I. 0. O. F. Dldg. &I51
(Continued from Paae 1.)
Clerk's Office .... 724.15
Auditor's Office .. 920.C0
Treasurer's Office. 983.50
Sheriff's Office ... 11,217.00
Special Itoail Tax
Lahalna .. 382.33
Walluku .. 2.174.51
Makawao . 1,191.10
Molokal .. C4.50 S,G18.19
Total of Warrants
Current Account ..$38,417.55
ltoad Tax Account:
,f , uuuu iax Accouni. wv.si
iuiu- wurreni urn
buncments . ... $29.02170
From this It will be seen that $0,
h j 1.11 was spent on our roads during
the past six months ($1338.92 from
current nccount ami $5058.19 from
Special Hoail Tax fund. Tho expend
Uurn from current fund was divided
diana District $ 148.92
'Walluku District 85.80
.Makawao District 420.00
Lahalna District 400.00
Molokal District 278.03
$ 1,338 92
It will bo seen that Walluku, tho
County Seat, received only as her
Hhare of current road monoy for tno
past six montliB the elegant sum of
$85.80 or $13.03 per month, or 45 tents
per day. Walluku docs not kick at
this because sho has sacrificed and
economized the rightful claims who Is
entitled to by vlrtuo of her position as
tho first town In tho County In order
to hau her sharo deioted to side
walks and in the Justness and fairness
of things, there will bo nothing for
the Supervisors to do but to yield to
tho universal cry,
Lahalna, our sister town to tho lee
ward, which Is also badly In need (.
tddewalks, unites with Walluku "for
Improved sidewalks. Uy tho end of
December, 1905, thcro was in tho
County Treasury $11,753,00, and after
paying out December claims thera
still remains a fund of nearly six thou
sand dollars saved by Walluku's most
economic demeanor In foregoing her
rightful sharo In order to obtain bet
The road appropriations for the
coming six months from current ac
counts are as follows:
Walluku District $11,330.00
Makawao District 12,980.00
Lahalna District 10,500.00
liana District 4,810.00
Holokal District 2.G40.W
This will give tho citizen labor an
opportunity to earn an honost llvcll
Mqiii people do not agrco with tho
carload of ENEROINE In 56-gallon
& Son, Ltd.
Help Fop AH
To convince you that thlt It No Quack
Money Will De Refunded.
" " V
HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNQ Hottl
Advertiser In its recent unjustifiable
and prejudicial attack on native la
Maul road contracts have been dono
by natives mostly, and llko natives
wherever they work under capablo
road lunas, their services are really
worth more to the government and
tho contractor than tho paltry sum of
ono dollar per diem. In fact, any reas
onable human being will acknowledge
that any ablo-bodlcd Hawaiian, the su
perior physically of either Japanese,
1'orto mean or Chinese, Is readily
worth two dollars a day and cheap at
that. With the competition among
road contractors. Maul county has
bad during the past year public Im
provements dono moro cheaply than
If there wero no tuch competition ex
isting. The contractors will never
allow natives to sleep at noonday, and
I It Is doubtful if such condition of at
'fairs ever existed anywhere clso In
'Hawaii net. The government Inspect
ors sco to It that the work Is dono nc
tordlng to tho specifications, and if
there has been any fraudulent work
performed on our roads, tho blame, If
uny, Bhould be chiefly between thu
contractor, the Inspector and tho road
engineer, whose duties are to Bee that
all such works are performed In a
first-class manner and according tu
specifications. There has been trou
bio on roads when Republican lunas
wero placed over Homo Hulers and
Democrats, but when that was ro
moved, the work went on harmonious
ly, with clockwork precision. Even
admitting tho absurd supposition, if
It were possible, that natives sleep at
their work, tho contractors will be tho
losers, and not tho government, for
tho work must bo dono satisfactory to
tho government, no matter whether It
takes two months or two years to com
plete It. It must bo dona as per con
tract. Tho l'uuncno School was built by
whltn mechanics, some of whom booz
ed most of the tlmu. The work was
long delayed and the contractor lost
monoy, but thu woiV was completed
ob per specifications, and tbo only loss
tho government suffered was the sev
eral months tho leathers wero paid
doing nothing and tho children wero
deprived of the benefit of Intellectual
training, Had that job been dono by
llawallans with sucb painful results,
all tho llawallans would have been
cursed as good for nothings, for they
uollovo In the old adago. "From one
The youngest King in thu world Is
Daudl Cllua, of Uganda, Africa, a pro
tectorate of England. Ho is now about
8, and holds court seated on a Bcarlet
throne with a leopard Bkln under his
feet and bearing In bis hand a toy
Notice Is hereby given that all Tor
rltorlal ofllccs will be closed on Thurs
day, February 22nd, Washington's
Illrthday, which Is a legal holiday.
A. I C. ATKINSON.
Acting Governor of Hawaii,
nxcciitlva fliilldlng, Honolulu, Feb
niary 10. 1900.
3305 Feb. 12, 17, 20.
J O J ) ) J j
J $ O J o o
do to at once. It It superior to any gin
In the market and flndt favor wher
For tale at all leading noted and
1C1 TO 105 N. KING"8TnEET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
NEW - TO-DAY
I will not bo responsible for nny
debts contrnctvtl In my namo without
my written order or authority.
HENRY C. VIDA.
Honolulu, Kcli. 12, l'JOG. 3305-lw
A Danco at tho Hawaiian Hotel to
night. Managers of Sloana anil Young
Hotels with their guests nro Invited
anil all friends of the lloynl Hawaiian
Hotel. II. HEWS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
.Sealed tenders will be received nt
tho office of the County Clerk, Coun
ty of Oahu. until 12 noon. Feb. 19th,
1906, for tho erection and completion
of a reinforced concrete bridge on tho
Nuuanu Fall Itoail. Koolati side.
Plans and specifications nro on fllo
at the office of tho County Clerk.
Tho Committee on Hoads, Ilrldges
and Parks reserve tho light to reject
nny and all tenders received.
Certified check for Five Hundred
($500.00) Dollars must accompany all
tenders pa) able to tho Hoard of Super
11 It. ADAMS,
Commttteo on Hoads, Urldges and
Honolulu, T. II.. Feb. 12, 1900.
C. DREWER 4 COMPANY, LTD.
At tho Annual Meeting of Share
holders of C. 1IRBWER & COM
I'ANY, LTD.. held at the offlco of the
corporation on February 10, 1900, tho
following officers wero elected tu
servo for tho ensuing year:
Charles M, Cooke President
Ceo. H. Robertson
. ..Vice Pretldent &. Manager
E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
P. C. Jones )
Clarence H. Cooke, ..Directors
J. R. Calt 1
Honolulu, T. 1I February 12. 1906.
11 F. IIISHOP,
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
At tho annual meeting of tho stork
holders of tho abovo company, held
February 10, 1900, tho following offi
cers wero elected to serve for tho en
suing year, viz:
F. J. Lowrey Pretldent
W, W. Harrlt Vice-President
O. C. Swain
Secretary and Treasurer
C. H. Cooke Auditor
Robert Lewers Director
fi. M. Cooko Director
O. C. SWAIN.
Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 10, 1900.
The Lcmmon-Earle Directory Com
pany italics to notify the public that
no cash payment Is required for their
Directory for 1900-1907 or for adver
tising therein, until tho book Is pub'
llshed, delivered and found to be sat'
Isfactory In ovcry rcspccL
L. SI. LIIMMON,
GRACE SI. EARLE.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 10, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Nclllo D Cross to II Watcrhouso Tr
Co Ltd AdtlSecty
F J Cross and wf to II Waterhouse
Tr Co Ltd , ..CM
Candida SIcnezcs to John G Scrrao.D
Kvangellno da Silva to Emilia Sou-
Hani; of Hawaii Ltd to Harrietto I.
Nclllo J IMckard to Ireno I Hollo
way tr , . ... M
Entered for Record Feb. 12, 1906,
From 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kumu'iahl and wf to Wm It Castla
tr .. SI
J Mnna and wf et al to J Alfred S!a-
Slary Iteyes and hsb to J Alfred Sta-
Fine Job Printing, at the Bul
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Full moon Feb. 6th at 9:H p. m.
Monday, February 12.
Stmr. Llkellkc, Naopala, from Maul
and Molokal ports, yesterday morning.
Stmr. lwalanl, IMItz, frevi Kauai
ports, 0:25 a. in., esterday.
Stmr. Kauai, llrulin. from Hawaii
ports. 4:60 n m. today.
Stmr. J A Cummins, Scnrie, for
Walmanalo i a m.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 4 35 a. m. jestcrday.
Stmr. Kc Au Hon, Tulllctt, for Kaunl
Stmr. Nllbau, W. Thompson, for
Klccle, 6 p m.
Stmr, lwalanl, IMItz, for Knual, (
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports. 12 noon.
Stmr. W. O Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 5 p. m,
Stmr. Llkellke, Naopala, for .Molokal,
Maui and Laml ports, 12 noon.
Tho result of Association football
games played last Saturday caused a
great difference In the standing of tho
tcamB in the League First of all, tho
l'unahou team, which has not been do
ing very great wonders heretofore,
tied tho lctorlou8 Sialics after a
Btrenuous game. For a while It look
ed as If tho Puns might well expect
to remain victors, they having scored
their first and only goal In tho first
half, which left the Sialics with noth
ing to their credit. In tho socond half,
however, the Sialics pulled together
and managed to save themselves from
defeat by scoring a goal a few minutes
before time was called, leaving the
score 1 to 1,
In tho second game tho lolanls, who
heretofore havo seemed to have a
cinch on tho second place, wero beat
en by tho Diamond Heads, which had
been considered no match for it at all.
Tho Heads played a strong, nggrcss
Ivo and consistent game and deserved
thelpvlctory. Tho lolanls havo to rely
entirely on their forward combination
of Dlackman, Anderson and Woo,
which is probably tho best combina
tion in tho League. This is, however,
tho whole strength of tbo tenm, tho
backs being woefully weak, especially
In their backs,, and tho poor defensive
work was tho causo of the defeat.
Tho teams playing and tho standing
of tho teams follows:
J, J. Delser A. A, Catton
J. SIcOIll O. 0. Fuller
It, Anderson W. Sopcr
F. Davis Irvlno
I). Center I.o On
It. Chllllngworth Lowiey
R. Kellett Gruno
J. Kellett Clarke
Slon Yin Oleason
J. Kea Hn Sue
i:. Kea Williams
lolanls 5 3 2 0 10 8
Sialics 5 302 8 3
Punahous ....5 113 7 C
Y. SI. C. A 4 0 3 12 9
D. Heads 5 2 3 0 7 8
Points lolanls, C: Sialics, 8: Puna
hous, 5; Y. SI. C. A., 1; D. Heads, 4.
i i i
The program committee has ar
ranged the next regular meeting of
tbe Teachers' Association for next
Friday evening, February 10, at the
High School, 8 o'clock. The topic will
be "How to Teach Physical Geog
raphy." All teachers, as well as the
Interested public should be present.
Principals are requested to call the at
tention of their teachers to this meet
Por Want Column See Pajjo Six
Ladles' gold watch, between Fort uni
Itlchards Street. Initials SI. K. P
on back of same. Suitable reward ur
tills office. 3305-lw
Cleaning Up Sale
Silk, Wool and Alpaca
at half regular prices
Monday Morning The 12th
See Window Display
National Stock Company
"CAMILLE" AND THE
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 60c, 75c
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Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
DATHING AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN f3f
The trial of the great, old case ot
C. A. Hi own vs. Spieckcls Hrotuere
began before Judge Do Holt th a morn
Ing, The entire forenoon wns spent In
tho selection of n jury In this case
Ilrown Is suing Sureckels Ilrotbers for
n largo piece of valuable land on tbo
waterfront of Hllo, which the defend
ants claim by adverse possession. Sla.
goon & Llghtfoot and Judge Stanley
appear for the plaintiff and Kinney,
SlcClanahan & Cooper and Ilallou &
Marx for tho defendants, Tho trial ol
tho case will probably last several
' U. S. Weather Bureau,
Tcruporaturcs 0 a. m., 72; 8 a. ra
m; iu a. m., m; noon, 7i; morning
Darometer, 8 a. m., 30 04; absolute
uumiauy, 5 a. in., u.bST grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.
75 ncr coat: di,w nolnt X n. m H3
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 13, direction
a. iv.; s u, in., vciucny IS, uirecilon
S. W.J 10 n, m velocity 12. direction
8. W.; noon, velocity 14, direction 8
JUInfull during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m .12 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 215 miles.
GHE FA BANKS SIIIL
IN 11 BLAST
Tbo Territorial Grand Jury started
ibh morning on Its week's work,
which it oxpects will keep it very
busy. It bad been expected that Y,
Anln would be called before tho In
quisition and remain before It all tho
morning, but only tno smaller iry was
called and examined.
Tho statement that the Anln bank is
closod appears to bo a mlBtako. At
Ioa.it the che-ra bank, of which Anln
Is alleged to be the big boss, did a big
buslnoss yesterday, the gamblers be
'nc in no way respecters ot tbc Bab'
bath There wero two drawings, one
t 1:20 p. m., at which tho Hawaiian
vord "walu koko" was the winning
word, and another at 5:35 p. m., when
'oahu," that Is box, was tho lucky
word, It does not appear that tho
bank bosses aro worrying a great deal
over tho Grand Jury Investigation, but
In tho meantime tho Investigators
'iavo put their shoulder to the wheel
with such energy that it would not be
surprising If results not anticipated
by the gamblers should be forthcom
1Y TAKE Htt
FROM W 10 CHI
It l possible that the Hawaiian
American steamship will take out a
license to carry passengers from Knhu
lul directly to the coast, although the
matter U not jet definitely decided.
Tho Maul News of last Saturday stated
that tho license had been obtained, but
at tbo local office today it Is stated thnt
tho matter Is simply being contemplat
ed In the past the passengers from
that place have been compelled to come
to Honolulu before leaving on thi
steamers and accommodations coulf"
not always bo obtained.
Ml WANTS KEPOIKA
TO HIVE TMT
, The Staul News publishes the fol
Judge A. N. Kepolkal has been re
quested to run for the liulletln's auto
mobile prize. Tho Judge Is all right
and we will gladly give him our vote.
HILO WHARF BIDS
The Superintendent of Public Works
this noon opened the bid' received for
tho construction of tho Hllo wharf ex
tension aud for the necessary material.
For the construction the two following
bids wero received: J. D. Lewis, 3000,
time 200 days; und Cotton llrothers &
Co., $210$, time 160 days. L. SI. Whlte
houso, American Hawaiian Englncet
Ing & Construction Co. ond Allen &
Robinson bid for the material con
tracts. Tho following Information concern
ing vessels at Hawaii Is given In the
report of Purjor C, H. Everett, of tho
"teamor Kauai, which arrived from
ports of that Island this morning: The
ship Falls of Cl do sails today from
Hllo or San Francisco. Tho bark
Amy Tumor will ball for tho samo port
from Hllo tomorrow. The bark Rod
erick Dhu Is discharging coal at Hllo,
nd tho steamur .Maul Is discharging
at Honuapo, Steamer Kalulant Is
loading at Hllo for Papalkou. Tho No
oau was at Honokaa jestorday morn
Ine loading sugar.
NEW - TO-DAY
RESIDENTS OF KALIHI
All residents of Kallbl.'who are in
leresteJ In the formation of a perma
nent Improvement club.Vre kindly re
quested to attend n meeting at the Kn-llhl-w&ena
school on Monday, Febru
ary 12, at 7:30 p. m,
305 PER ORDER.
847-857 Kaahumanu Strut,
p. O. BOX 694. TEL MAIN 1
Look This Up
TO ANY ONE wishing a comfort
ablo residence, It will well repay you
to look at tho Deretanla street proper
ty to be sold al auction on Saturday,
February 10, at 12 o'clock noon, at my,
THE PROPERTY Is on norotanta
street nearly opposlto the residence ot
Dr. R. W. Anderson, has a frontage ot
100 feet on Dorotanla street, and is
132 feet deep.
THERE IS A COMFORTABLE
COTTAGE and outbuildings on tho
placo, and tho grounds aro nicely,
RESIESIDER that this Is a fore
closure of mortgage and tho property,
will be sold at tho best bid.
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1 Montgomery St., Ban Francisco, Cal.
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Fantall
Pigeons and other pets.
Just the thing for a child's
Also fancy chicks from one
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Enquire at the
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137 MERCHANT STREET. J
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