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HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F, COLBURN III, Manager, Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
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Visitors, Especially Mr,
PARK EXPERT WILL STAY
ON ISLANDS ABOUT MONTU
WHO 80ME OF THE OTHER AR.
RIVALS ON THE BIQ PA
CIFIC .MAIL SHIP
As the P. M. S. S. China wns enter
ing tho harbor yesterday afternoon,
the passengers crowded her decks niul
with field glasses carefully studied the
city to which many 01 tnem were com
ing for the first time. Among those
most Interested was Charles Mulforil
lloblnson, the park expert, 'whose
coming lins been awaited with much
Interest by progressive people of Ho
"I know t shall be Interested In this
beautiful place," was an expression
from Mr. Robinson, who had been look
ing longing at the land for some time.
"I am already very pleased with It,"
he continued as the ship moved grace'
fully toward tho dock.
Mr. Robinson will stay In Honolulu
about a month, and will then go to
Oakland, Cal., to do some work for
that city. lie docs not brand hlmscil
a park expert, but terms himself a
civic adviser. His profession Is new,
but he Is being kept busy all the time.
He Is here from New York, and Is ac
companied by his wife.
On his way from New York to Snn
Francisco, Mr. Robinson stayed over
for two weeks In Denver, Col., to pre
pare some plans for tho Improvement
or that city, The plans he outlined rot
Denver will cost tho city, before they
are fully executed, J3.000.000.
So great was tho Interest In hl '
work In Denver, thnt tho Mayor of
the city arranged for a dinner at
Brown's Palace Hotel, for the purpose
of having his plans discussed, and
there were S00 applications for plates.
Mr. Robinson had maps prepared In
Denver of his plans for Improvement,
and theso wero fully explained by tpyc
wrlttcn manuscripts. He has bluo'prlnts
of these plans with him. He wns met
at the dock yesterday by. the commit
tee tnnt had been appointed for that
purpose, and escorted to the Young
Hotel, where he will remain during his
Among the China's passengers bound
for Manila Is Miss M. Ido, daughter of
the Governor of tho Philippine. Is
lands. Sho Is accompanied by Miss
Passengers who stopped over In
Honolulu are Miss Julia Doughty, W.
J. Logan, Miss A. A. Logan, Miss K.
U. Logan, Miss U Lcland, and S. K.
The China brought three young men
trom aan rrnnclsco to work In the lo
cal cable odlce. They are M, Axclrod,
J. 1'. Nowsomc, and P. Wclnholz.. At
a result of their coming, Victor Mor
gnn of tho local ofllco will bo relieved
and will be sent to Guam, another of
tho local force. O. Crow-Read, will go
10 wio snauguai station
Dr. W. A. Harvey of the San l'rnn-
elsco Hoard of Health, accompanied byi
hlH wlfn. nlin nrrlvn.i liera ., ih.ii
China. Captain, of Engineers W. W.
Halts of the Ul 8. Army, his wlfp and
two children, arrived hero to remain
for an Indefinite period.
Of tho tourism who arrived is O. J.
Smith, an attorney of Reno, Novada.
Mm. Smith Is with him.
NEWS OF WAHIAWA
Special to Tha Bulletin)
Wahlawa, Kauai. Feb. 17. Tho nolo
lino of tho Kauai Electric Company
has been completed as far as tho Wit
hlawa end Is concerned, the Insulators
attached and awaits wiring.
That section of the highways be
tween the top of Hanapcpo and Wahl
awa valleys Is In tho finest of condi
tion and tho Supervisors thercforo ara
to bo highly commented for having
been so thoughtful,
wm. Kruso, steam plow engineer at
McBrydo Plantation, and family have
moved to their now house Just erect-
ed at Wahlawa. This roomy and neat
structuro Is a credit to tho coming
boulevard leading to tho mill.
Mr. Palmer nnd family will occupy
tho houso rcsldenco at Eleele aftor It
has had a thorough overhauling. The
Krusca havo also loft bohlnd them a
substantial showing of their agricul
tural and horticultural ability.
Work on tho now pumps and new
wells for tho electric pumps goes
steadily ahead, with Messrs. Palmer,
Grelg and Hastlo In cbargo headway
The Eleolo warehouso Is full to tho
brim with sugar, so la the mill ware
room. A barkentlno Is expected to ur
rlvo soon to clear tho blockado. In
tho meantime tho Inter-Island boats
creato temporary space for storage
This Is Fobruary, but tho weather
of the last faw days Is the Ideal for
Tho Hanapepa wharf Is still lying
Idle, and wo hope that the fathers will
not Imitate Charles M. S, of monarch
ical fame and allow this much needed
structuro go to plcc.es without hav
ing landed an ounco of freight.
Tomorrow Is Sunday and matri
mony will again play its precious
duty, In that Mr. David Whlto,. assist
ant machinist at Mctlrydo mill will
marcliMo tho sacred altar with no less
a popular young lady than Miss Do
mlngo3 Perrclrn and tie the nuptial
knot for keeps, Mr- Whlto belongs to
the Rochfort quartet, and a Rood tlmo
will be had since the Invitations cover
a lengthy list.
"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
How Vehicles Are To
FURTHER DETAILS OF GREAT
CELEBRATION ON THURSDAY
MEETING AT THOMA8 SQUARE
PROGRESS TO KAPIOLANI
PARK THE JUDGES AND
AWARDING OF PRIZE8.
Tho latest arrangements for the
Floral Parade on Thursday Washing
ton's birthday, nro us follows Tho
autos are to be assembled un Victoria
street, divisions A and II.
Division C will assemble on Ileretn
nla street, on the Kwa side of Thomas
square. No autos will be nlloned on
King street previous to the hour of
starting the parade, 9 o'clock. Car
riages will be assembled on Kaplolani
street. The elght-ln-hand of tho Ha
waiian Hotel, flanked by six pa-u
riders, will occupy the bead of the lino
facing Iicretanla street, followed by
vnblcles as arranged by It. W. Shingle,
In charge of this division. School
floats and special vehicles will astcui
bio on Young street, Kwa of Thomas
square, and facing the square, under
the charge of W. II. Dabbltt, as dep
uty for Mr. Shingle.
Tbe pa-u riders, In charge of Frank
Audrade, will be assembled In various
parts of the city In small bands. The
Manoa valley rhtcrs will proceed from
the vajley to King and Alapal streets,
whore they will be met by other rldew
from Nuuami, Kallhl and Walklkl
They will then all come up In a body
to tho point of assembly on Kaplolani
street, mauka of Uertfanla street, and
opposite C. M. Cooke a residence.
Vehicles must be In their assigned
positions at 9 a. m. Tho committee
will transport the Judges In decorated
carriages nlong the line. As tho Judges
pass, those In charge of vehicles will
hand to them written descriptions of
their vehicle or nuto, with the name
of the entrant and number assigned by
tho committee, as well as a list of those
When the parada Is ready. Judges
will take positions on. stand close to
tho corner of Victoria street and Inside
Thomas square, facing King street.
Tho signal to prepare to move will
1)0 by bugle, and the signal to start
will bo another blast on the bugle.
A platoon of police wilt move out Into
King street, followed' by autos, then
carriages and Anally by horseback
riders. The Promotion Committee
liuto will head tho procession with A.
A. Young setting the pace for the au
tos at about 7 miles per hour.
The parade will proceed along King
street to IJIshop, to Hotel, to Rlchaids,
to Beretonla to Kaplolani, to King, to,
ivuiiwni ruuu uiiu inence iu itauiuinm
park, where photos wilt bo taken.
Tbe autos are to bo parked opposite
I ho racetrack grandstand on the light
house side, facing the stand, three
lines deep, fifty feet apart. Carrluges
will be assembled on the mauka end
of the grandstand and the jia-u rldera
will occupy tho central space between
H'o autos and vehicles,
The pa-u riders will then gallop putt
tho bides. Tliev u 111 lie turnpil hack
"t tho quarter post and again usseni-,N,,,,nnt Vnllr-y water shed during
p'lcd before tho Judges nnd fifteen or.thnso unusually dry winter months,
iwcniy win u selected to go rorward ,,,u i--".-hi ' vwu ummi una
of the others. From these six or eight ,ow thnt the use of water for Irrl
will be selected nnd upon tho merits Kiting purposes must bo confined
of theso riders tho Judges will gle "trlctly to tho regular hours set apart
their final decision and award prizes.
Others will then be Judged, Awards
will bo made to the vehicles and tho
carnages will pass In view, The au
tos will make a tour of tho rnco-courhc
followed by the carriages and the
horseback riders and the parado will bo.uo '"'B"us ouisiuo ot nours,
It has been found necessary In order
to prevent overcrowding of tho grand
stand to Isstto tickets for tho same,
which will be on sale at the Promotion
Committee office. A limited number
aro to bo sold at CO cents each, giving
access to every part of tho stand.
Clarenco Crabbe will have charge of
this detail. The tickets will be on sale
Mr. Gartley wishes all the Judges
anu omciais to meet with him at 10:30
. tomorrow morning In tho Young Hotel
parlor to go over the details of tbe
parade. The Judges aro:
Autos Mrs. Faxou nishop, Mrs. Ce
cil llrown. Mrs. W. F. Frear, Mrs. R.
C. Van Vllet, Mrs. R. de II. Layard.
Carriages Sirs. F. A. Schaefer, Mrs.
C, D. Cooper, Mrs, F. W Macfarlane,
Mrs. 8am. Parker, Mrs. W. M. Olffard
Pa-u Riders Mrs. Helen Noonan,
Mrs. Henry W. Lyon, Mrs. Holloway,
Mrs. Eben Low, Mrs, Helen Holt
Invitations to the ball at the Hawai
ian Hotel are going out to tho judgei
and officials and participants.
A' general Invitation Is extended,
through the press to the public. Tho
commlttco alio will Invite Messrs.
Harold Dillingham, Frank Armstrong,
A. S. Walker, Geo. Fuller, Charles F.
Chllllngworth and Joseph Aea to act
that evening In clirage or the floor.
A request Is to bo made ot tho Rapid
Transit not to run cars between Vic
torta and Alapal streets while tbo
parade Is assembling, on Hotel street,
while the parade Is passing up Ulshop
to Hotel, to Richards and to Ilcretaula
Veekly Bulletin 81 Pr year.
Uit lilffU rruoiifttqru
InnbmOmiuIm irnimori or mcruoin
Hold liy UruxtUU,
to, tlJv oilbottlM, II.7S,
t'irnita ll n rtut
When you remember tbo fact
that the Bitters has been curing
sickly pcoplo for over SO years,
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
lng General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlveness, or Malaria,
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled.
For the Week Ending February 17,
Local Office, U. 8. Weather Uurcau,
Honolulu. T. H.. Feb. 19, 1903.
For this season of tho year, excep
tionally dry weather has prevailed dur
ing the Trnst week In nearly all sec
tions of the Group, ami has been at
tended by mean temperatures general
ly nbove the normal, although rather
cool nights have continued in some
Under the Influence, of the warm, dry
days, 190C cane has ripened rapidly,
but young cane, more especially In
windward plantations. Is much In need
of rain and has therefore made llttlo
growth. Unless rnlu soon occurs in
windward districts, harvesting opera'
tlons will be rerlously Interfered with,
as tho supply of water for Hunting pur
poses is already very low; In factj
grinding has n I ready been suspended
In extreme eastern Maui on account
of scarcity of water. Ditch water for
irrigation purposes In central Maul Is
now lower than It has been tor some
years heretofore, Cane In the Knu dis
trict of Hawaii was greatly benefited
by showers during the latter part of
tho week, The transplanting of rlco
continues, and young rlco Is growing
well. Conditions have been quite fnv
ornblu for pineapples and coffee. Win
ter pineapples have ripened freely and
fruit blossoms for the summer crop
have developed rapidly. Coffeo trees
In windward Hnwall have blossomed
well, and n large setting of berries la
expected; ripening, however, has been
slow. Pastures generally are deterl
orating, and a contlnualton of the pros
ent drought must soon cause a marked
falling off In the condition of grazing
"iw-a, i ib ui luifri'Bi iu iiuie wiai
drought conditions were general
throughout the Islands during this
same period last year.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS.
Duo to tbe small runoff from tho
for such purposes, viz: between G and
8 a m. nnd and G p. m.
Tho Inspectors have been Instructed
to enforce theso regulations and to
"hut off all consumers after having
"'""'" prrviuusiy notineu ami tounu to
J. H. HOWLAND,
Superintendent of Water Works.
Honolulu Water Works, Honolulu,
T. II. February .19th. 1906.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oabu,
in ro Dissolution .of tho Hawaiian
Chlneso Kona Coffeo Plantation, Llm
Whereas, tho Hawaiian-Chinese Ko
na Coffeo Plantation. Limited, a cor
poratlon established and existing un
der and by vlrtuo of tbo laws of tbo
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant ,to
law In such cases mado and provldod,
duly filed In this office, a petition for
tho dissolution of tho said corporation,
togotner with a certificate thereto an'
noxed as required by law.
Now, thercforo, notlco Is hereby glv,
en to any and nil persons that have
been or aro now.lntorested In any man'
nor whatsoever In tho said corporation,
that objections to tho granting of tho
said petition must bo filed In this office
on or beforo 12 o'clock noon on tho
30th day of March, 190G. and that any
person or persons desiring to bo heard
thoreon must bo In attendance at tho
office of tho undersigned, In tho Cap
itol nulldlng. Honolulu, at 12 o clock
noon of said day, to show causo, If
any, why said petition should not bo
A. J. CAMPDELL.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, January 23rd, 1906,
3288 Jan. 23. 20. 30; Feb. 2, 8. 9, 13,
10, 20, 23, 27; Mar. 2, G, 9, 13, 16.
Notlco Is heroby uiven that all Ter
ritorial olllres will bo closed on Thurs
day, Fobruary 22nd, Washington's
lllrthday, which is a legal holiday,
A. I C. ATKINSON,
Acting Oovemor of Hawaii.
Rxecutlvo IlulldliiR, Honolulu, Feb
ruary 10, 1906.
" 3305-Feb. 12, 17,' 20.
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