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HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, FED. 20. 1906
Llhue, Kauai, H. T., February 9, 1906.
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu,
Gentlemen: Your of February 9th to hand, Inquiring how I liked the
fuel "Energlne." Iwould tay that this fuel alter eight months use has giv
en me entire satisfaction, and has proved to be all that la claimed for It. My
average per gallon of "Energlne" Is twenty-five miles, with gasoline It was
about fifteen miles. The best run I have made with "Energlne" was twenty
nine miles to a gallon, this run was made under very favorable conditions.
What pleases me most, Is the Increased power which "Energlne" gives, hills
that my runabout would only take on the low speed with gasoline, now takes
them on high speed with no trouble. The spark plug has been In service
for the past six months and has never given me one moment of trouble. I
took It out the other day to show a gentleman from Honolulu, and he was
surprised at Its perfect condition. I cheerfully recommend the above fuel
to all users of autos.
Yours very truly,
JOHN A. HOGG,
' Manager Kauai Telephone Co.
To Be Had In 56 Gal, Drums At
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
This forenoon committees In charge
anil Judges of the great parade tomor
row got together and reached a deel-
nlon on nrrnngements as follow a
Floral Parade Committee Gerrtt I',
Wilder, chairman, A. M. Ilrovwi, mar- Kewalo and I'awna valued at I4.9IG.5S
thai; W. F. Dillingham, nsslstant mar- ami personal estate consisting of vnrl
thou; A. A. Young, autos: t'rnnil An- otis stocks and shares, amounting to
Oracle, pa-u riders; Robert Shingle, (C5.32C.19 nt put value. This also In
carriages and vehicles; A. F. J mid, eludes Hawaiian stamps alued at
horse back riders; K. M. Doyd. oven-' over $2,000.
lng entertainment; Clarence. Crnbbo, The heirs at law nnd next of kin
grand stand; Marston Campbell, pW nre shown to be as follows: Cordelia
lographs; A. Gartley. Promotion Com-
. Judges Carriages: Mrs. II. M. n
Holt, Mrs. C. II. Cooper. Mrs. K. W.
Maclarlane, Mrs. Sam Parker, Mrj.
W. M. Dlrfard. Autos: Mrs. Faxon
Illshop, Mrs. Cecil Ilrown. Mrs. W. K.
Frear. .Mrs. II. B. Walbrldge. Mrs. H.
do II, Layard. l'a-u Riders: Mrs. I
Helen Noonan, Mrs. Henry W. Lyon, I
Mrs. Holloway, Mrs. Eben Low, Mr.!hacft of Coston and W. F. Allen of
To Award Prizes Mrs. David Ka.
Prizes Autos: 1st, bluo flag; 2nd,
red flag; 3rd, white flag.
Carriages: Multiple team vehicles,
S or C-ln-hnnd, four-ln-hand, doubla
team, tandem, pony or Juventlo turn-1 uncle of the deceased. W. W. Fessenden
out, trap.nnd surry single or double: of New York the sum of $100 n year.
Jst. blue ribbon, 2nd, red ribbon. Lit Is further directed thnt at the death
Special: $35 prize for multiple team of the widow the remainder of the cs
veslcle. I tatc be equally divided between K. II,
Tableau, floats and school floats: I Allen, a brother, and Sarah F Wessol
lst, blue Hag; 2nd, red flag; 3rd, whtto haeft, a sister of tbo deceased,
' Po-u riders: 1st, $25; 2nd, $15; 3rd,
$10; 4th. $5.
Juvenile Pa-u Riders: 1st, $5; 2nd
Cow Doy Juvenile: 1st, $5.00; 2nd,
, Cow Moy: 1st, $20; 2nd, $5.
Original Character on Horseback:
Best Appearing Lady nidcr: 1st,
Diua nuoon; znn, reu nuuou.
Best Appearing Couple: 1st, two
blue ribbons; 2nd. two red ribbons
juvenile uiri juuur; ibi, uiuu nv
Ion: 2nd. red ribbon.
Points to bo Considered In Judging
Automobiles: Conception of design.
1: conslstcncv of deslsn. 1: color
scheme, 1; completeness. 1; conson-
nce of occupants, 1; total B.
Loch automobile contestant must ant nt tho alrlg. maustrlal School,
have prepared for tho Judges a brief jrom Apru j
statement, giving conception of do-, TmU M,8g jua Kupnea he nppolnt
tlgn of his or her vehicle, flower used ed prln,cpal of Knaawa school nt I0
Jn the decoration name of entrant and n !, 'vce Wt Ai Yeat8. atlll that
.occupants of vehicle , , . ' the resignation of YeaU be accepted.
Points to ho Assigned In Judging, Tha fh BppCBt,0B ot Mss Dillon
Carriages: Conception of design, 1; f ,,. -.f.in-atB l. cranted
-consistency -of design, 1 , color scheme fTa 'rSppUc Uon o "m'us Maud
- cipanTs'Vr horseinaSp." '0" if for lca- ' alj ""
teams, 2; equipment of teams, 1.
Each vehicle contestant must have
'nrcuared for the Judged a brief state
ment, giving class under w , hleh en- j
terca. conception of des gn of lis or
her vehicle, flower used In the decora-
tlon, name of entrant nnd occupants
Points to be assigned In Judging
jia-u riders: horse 1; equipment 1;
costume ; grace and poise of figure 2;
hortewomanshlp 2; color Bchemo 1.
Polnts to be assigned In Judging riders:
horse 2; equipment, 2; graco and.
polee 3; riding 3. Total 10. I
Pa-u riders will ride past the Judges'
Stand In a body, and then as single
riders or In pairs como at a gallop,
stopping their horses Immediately la
front of the Judges. .
Tho Judges will select 15 or 20 ut
possible winners during these maneuv-
. m. The entire hodv will then IiasS
''tV. (n moiA ni. n.l t? tnHlhtn win
ners will be brought to the front.
Tbcso will bo required to maneuver
, for the Judges nnd from these the win-
sen will be selected and reviewed un-
111 the final awards are made.
Other riders will be Judged In a si-
Division A. Cars over 20 II. P. As
semble on Victoria between King and
Promotion Committee ... 1
Balrd, W, II 2
Davles, C. T 3
Wilder, a. P 4
Young. Arch. A 5
Charln, Mr. ....'. 6
Mncfurlanc, F. W Jr 7
Afong, A. F. S
.Young, A 9
A petition to admit to probate the
will of the late Col. W. K. Allen wus
this morning presented to Judge Lind
say. It Is shown that the property of
the deceased consists of real estate at
Church Allen, widow; Hllsha II. Allen
of New York, brother; F. II. Allen of
New York, half-brother; Mary J. Al
len, half-sister; Win. F. Wessclhocft,
lloston, Massachusetts, nephew; Allco
ll'reilch, Uoslon, niece. Mrs. Allen
petitions that she be appointed execu
trix, as she Is named as such In thi
The will devises to W. V. Wcsscl
New York the sums of $2,000 each In
cash. The rest of the estate Is devised
to the widow for her life with power
to collect Income and sell estate, real
lor personal without any restrictions or
I accounting with the cxcetplon that the
desire Is expressed that she pay the
The Committee on Teachers of the
jloarj of Education held n meeting thta
I forenoon nt which it adopted the fol
lowing recommendations, which will
ue presented at the meeting of the
Hoard next Frlilav:
That John Kanekoa be appointed
principal of Walmanalo school at a
salary of $10 a month.
That Mrs. Ludlort he granted a leave
. i,.- frnn, OAnt i t,. r i
i Tlmt . Kalli he annolnted" ottltt-
I That Miss Rose Peck be appointed
assistant ut Knupakalua school, at
JI2.30, vice Mrs. Pa.
Th w k, E(lu f ,n E ,
n t, , ' complete summary of
. new."of tho dnv For ai a vear
McCamlless, J. A 10
nichardson, F. E 11
yon Hamm, c! C 12
Hawaiian Hotel 13
Division 11, cars between 12 and 18
H. P. Assemble on Victoria street bi-
twcen Young nnd Beretanla streots.
onlnn . .las 1
Lawrence, Miss 2
Anderson, Dr. II. W. 3
Lewis, E. II 5
Sehuman. G 0
Campbell, Marston 7
TlBilpr. It. ...:' 8
lnHl, 1? IT "' O
Cumpbell'iW. M in
Paris, E ; 11
Dellina, C 12
Marks, 1 13
Hawaiian Hotel 14
Fujikawa, II 10
Division C. runnboutB. Assemble on
Derctanla street near Victoria.
, Judging and
Delser, J. J
Htackable, It, C
Dlckcrton, F. T
Moore, Dr. W. D. ......
Hackreld & Co.,
Dole, Jas 4
Moana Hotel 10
Herbert. Chas 11
If you have never tried
j o o o . J J
O 0 O O S O 3
do so at once. It It superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whtr'
For sal at all leading hotels and
1C1 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
NEW - TODAY
The Island Meat Market will close
at 10 a. m. tomorrow (Thursday). Pat
runs will kindly have all orders In by
8 a. in. as only one delivery will bo
made, nt 9 oclock. 3313-lt
WILDER &. CO., LTD.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of Wilder & Co., Ltd..
will he held at the office of the com
pany on Friday, Feb. 23rd, 1906, at 2
II. W. UATIIUAIIT,
3313 2t Secretary,
KIPAHULU SUGAp COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the Klpahntii
Sugar Company will be held at the of
fice of II. Hackfcld & Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, on Wednesday, Fcbru
nry 28th, 190C, at 9 o'clock a, m.
3313 Feb. 21, 20, 27.
Tlio annual meeting of the stock
holders of Whitney & Marsh, Ltd., will
bo held In tliu Hoard Room of Illshop
& Company--abovo Hank on Satur
day. February 24th. at Z o'clock p. m
lly order of the Hoard of Directors.
JAB. 1.. UUUKHUIl.N,
Honolulu, February 21st, 190C.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS, WAI
At tlio adjourned annual meeting
of the stockholder!) of the Walanae
Company, held this day at thoofflce of
J. M. Dowsett, Honolulu, tho follow
ing officers wero re-elected to serve
for the ensuing year:
President -. G. N. Wilcox
Vice-President ...... J. O, Carter
Secretary and Treasurer
J. M. Dowsett
Auditor Htnry Holmet
Directors: G. N. Wilcox, J. O.
Carter and J. M, Dowsett.
Honolulu, T. II., February 20. 1900
J, M. DOWSETT,
Ml E 0L6A KHROOSTCHEFF
LAUREATE OF THE VIENNA
Will Give a Recital In
TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY
27, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
RE8ERVED 8EAT8, $1.00, AT
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Mrs. Fred Freltus died at her fath
er'R homo Sunday morning after an
Illness of two weeks. Mrs. Frcltns
took poison as a result of family
troubles. She had difficulty with some
of her frlendH from whom she Becured
tho poison, She was not a divorced
8EVERE ON HAMILTON.
New York, Feb. 8. Tbo special
committee appointed by tbo trustees
ot the New York Life Insurance Com
pany to Investigate the affairs of the
company today made a partial report
to tho directors. This report deals
only with the relations of Andrew II.
Hamilton, tho legislative agent, with
the company, nnd is a severe arraign
ment of his methods.
At a result of tho survey mado of
the steamer Tuxan, a report has been
prepared saying that hIio s sea-worthy.
Thero were a few plates warped In
the Interior of the vessel, and a hole
had been cut In tho woodwork to ad
mit of tho use of the fire hose, but
otheiwlso tho vessel Is not injured by
tho fire, HIio Ih being loaded with a
cargo ot sugar, tho last of which will
he taken on at Hllo.
Fine Job Prlntlnti at the Bui
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New moon Feb, 22, at 9:20 p. m.
The tides at Kanuiul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Tim It lOh 30m
slower thu (Ireenwlch time, being
that of the meridian of 157 JO. Tbo
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m.. which
It the same as Greenwlsb. Oh'Om.
Wednesday. February 21,
S. S. Ventura. Howard, from tho Col
Stmr. Claudlne Parker, from Kauai
and Maul ports. 7 a. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, V Thompson, from
Ahuklnl. 4:10 n. m.
8tmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from
Kauai ports. 5-25 a. m,
onlcs, 8 a. m.
Wednesday, February 21.
S. S. Ventura, Hayward, for San
U. S. T. Meade. Williams, for Ma
ilia, 5 p. m.
From San Francisco, per S. 8. So
noma, Feb. 21. For Honolulu: L. B.
Arnold, Mlrs Ilarncs, A M. Uarntim,
Mrs. narnum, Mls M. Uercovlch, Miss.
11. Drown, O. Hucholtz. J. 8. Clark. Mls
IC. Crosson, Miss II. Courtemanche,
Mrs. A. M. Dodge and maid, J. E.
Frost, II. n. Frost. W. 8. Goff. Mrs.
Ooff, MIbs F. C Harrington, Miss F.
Heavren, L. D. Kerr, Miss K. M. King,
Jbs. II. Kirk, Mrs. Kirk, K. P. Ins
lng, Mrs. l.nnilng, Miss ICdna Loggle,
Mlu S. Madlgan. D. K. Miles, Mrs.
Miles, Miss K. Murphy, Mls K. Nash,
Dr. Emily Noble. Mlis E. Parsley, Miss
.M.S. Phillips, Miss M. Procbstcl, Mrs.
A. K. Pruden. Geo. II. Scliafer. Mrs.
8chafcr, J. W. Treadwell. Mrs. W. T.
Wcatherred, T. E. Wilder, Mrs. Wilder
and child, J. II. Williams, Mrs. Wil
liams, M. 8. Woods. Pago Pago: E.
Langen. Auckland: II. J. Abbott, E.
E. Ilooth, S. Casey, O. Cleland, J. Cor
bctt, Geo. Court, W. Cunningham, W.
U. Curtis, Mrs. Curtis, It. O. Deans, O.
H. Dixon, J. Duncan, D. Gallaher, G.
Glllett, F. Glasgow, E. S. Glenn, J.
Hunter. M. Hunter. Col. C. Kitchener.
A. McDonald, D. McGregor, W. Mack-
rel . H. J. Mynott. F. Newton. Q. Nich
olson, F, Roberts, O, W 8mlth, W. J.
Stead, J. O Sullivan, 11. U. Thompson,
O. Tyler, W. J. Wallace. Sydney: D.
E. Drown. T. F. Dunhlll, J. Dwyer, Mrs.
Dwyer, Mrs. J. Dwycr, Grcttan L.
Dwycr, J. R. Hartpence, Miss M. II.
Krout, Mrs. Martpencc, L. McCurdy,
C. It. Stowart. Dr. Stella Taylor, W.
Thornley, C. P. Trantum, W E. Trent,
G. II. Wilson. Join at Honolulu for
Auckland. Oscar Zapp.
U. S. Weather Dureau,
Temperatures 0 a, in., 70; 8 a, m.,
74; 10 a, m 75; noon, 79; morning
Ilaromcter, 8 a. m 30.1G; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 5.349 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
69 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 68.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 15, direction
E.; 8 a. m velocity 10, direction N,
E.i 10 a. m., velocity 10, direction E.;
noon, velocity 8, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in.. 00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 228 miles;
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
8cctlon Director, U. S. Weather Du
BUSIER BROWN IIGHT
New York, Feb. 10. A petition has
been filed by the New York Herald
Comrany praying that the Star Pub
lishing Company, which prlntB the
Hearst newspapers, be restrained from
using the name "Duster Drown," or
printing pictures in which he Is a cen
tral figure. The petition declares that
tho Herald originated tho "Duster
Brown" pictures and that a certain
artist was employed to assist In their
Tho Herald Company says that by
means of largo expenditures of money
It has popularized "Buster Dr6wn,"
nnd that In January, 1900, for tho pur
poss ot trading upon this popularity,
tbo defendant persuaded the artist to
enter Into Its employ nnd aeslBt In the
"manufacture" of Its comic supple
ment ,wlth the "Buster Brown" Idea
?s a part of tho raw material to bo
worked upon; wherefore the Herald
Company has been damaged In the
turn or $50,000 and further thinks the
defendant should bo restrained from
tho use of the name which it asserts
has been duly copyrighted by the com
plainant. Judge La Combe of tho United
States Court has issued an order cit
ing the Star Company to show cause
why the Injunction prayed for should
not be grantetd,
Bills Tha't Judge didn't seem to be
very muih Interested In the serman
Ihls morning." Wills "What was the
text?' Bills "Judge noL"
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Sole Agents Por
I WARN ERB
VVFRY PAIR r.UXRANTFFn
National Stock Company
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"A Fatal Wedding"
POPULAR PRICE8: 25c 60c, 76c
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681
Have You Seen
Th'e Latest and Greatest In
BATHINQ AND 8HAMP00INQ.
We have them. Call to set
CHAMBERS JRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kins; Sts.
PHONE MAIN Ml
REAL ESTATE and
has returned from the country
and can be found at
THE PORTER FURNITURE
Telephone i Main 372.
..He has FOR SALE that new
and up-to-date cottage corner
Wilder Avenue and Keeaumoku
St. Price Correct. Terms Easy,
To Let The modern and up-to-1906
home of a party leaving
the Islands. .
To a first-class tenant this Is
an opportunity to secure a fine
home for either one or two
Yours as ever,
L. C ABLES
F DREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
WT Fine Job Printing at the Bul
New Lines Of
In all Styles from
AT DA3EBALL GROUND3
February 22 '06
Punahou vs ' Honolulu
3:45 p. m.
Lusitana vs Diamond Heads
Chamnlon All-Portuouese League,
Tho Coming Junior Aggregation,
2: IS P. M.
ADMISSION 25c. i iOc.
PA-U RIDERS FREE.
A. Comedy to be Presented by
THE SENIOR CLA8S
HONOLULU HIGH 8CHOOL
Hawaiian Opera House
Sat, Evening Feb.' 24.
Tickets on site at Wall Nichols Co.
A number of fine milch cows; also
driving liorcoi and chickens.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
J. M. LEVY & Co.
TELEPHONE MAIN 149,
Fine Fire Wood
o-FOR SALE 0
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord &. Dolaer. These ties will make'
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
No Gash Required
Tho Lommon-Earle Directory Com
pany desire to notify the public that
no cash payment Is required for their
Directory for 1904-1907 or for adver
tising thorelu, until the book Is pub
lished, delivered and found to be sat
isfactory In every respecL
L. M. LEMMON,
OltACB M. EARLE.
Telephane Main 78
Citv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
847-857 Kaahtimani) Strut
P. O. BOX B0L TEL MAIN Tl
In a few days I have for sale at
THE LAUQE COLLECTION OF
X ETC., ETC.
ti.An.tiv nt thn Into Prlnrn Albert
tiunini.iii. ihn last direct descendant
of tho Kamehamehas.
This It ono of tho lew remaining
first-class collections. Tho work,
splicing and polish, being ot excep
tional quality, runner parncuwr
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Friday Feb. 23, '06
10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
St.rI will sell
. Lot of New Oak
Como In and
JA8. F. MORGAN,
OMAIA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
mi (To Denver
No Change &;,a,,r
lie sure your ticket reads Tla the
For' full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, O. A.,
1 Montgomery SL, 8an Francisco, Cal.
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Fantall
Plgeona and other pets.
Just tho thing for a child's
Also fancy chicks from one
day to three months old.
, Enquire at t the
'. " KAIMUKI. " "
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other deslrabla Iscalltlea
Also 1 JUMPSEAl' BTJCKZOARD, j
etond-hand; good aa new. J
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