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EVENING BUU.ET1N, HONOLULU, 7. H., FRIDAY. FED. 23, 1908,
Llhue, Kauai, H. T., February 9, 1906.
Messrs. E, 0. Hall A. Son, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: Yourt of February 9th to hand, Inquiring how I liked the
fuel "Energlne." I would say that this fuel after eight months use has giv
en me entire satisfaction, and has proved to be all that Is 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 t 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.
l Yours very truly,
JOHN A. HOQO,
' Manager Kauai Telephone Co.
To Be Had In 56 Gal, Drums At
E. O. Hall
Mrs. Frctl Frcllns died nt her fatli
er's homo Sunday' morning nftcr an
Illness tif two wveKH. Mrs Frrltas
took poison ns a result of family
troubles. She had dimculty with some
of her friends from whom she secured
the poison. She was not a divorced
woman. 3313 3t
Help Fop AH
TfJ Mirk Knltt.rrJ
DONT SUFFER ANY MORE.
PILE8 LEAD TO CANCER.
SORES LEAD TO A MISERADLE
6KIN DISEASES LEAD TO LEP
ROSY. Wallach's fjidian Remedies
will save you If you but try to save
For sale by all druggists and put up
by Honolulu Remedy Co.
J. M. LEVY & Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 149.
WM. G. I8WIN& CO., LTD.
Agents for tht
Royal Insurrnco Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance Auranca Co. of London,
cottlsh Unun A. National Ins. Co. ol
Flit Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhelma of Magdeourg General Inf
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla 8ts, Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2131.
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
W. G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE SMITH ST.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 1.50 a week
J. A. R. Vielra&Co.
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI6PLAY.
ID WHOM II
& Son, Ltd.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
OAHU RAILWAY A LAND COM
PANY. Tlio Anmiil Mooting of I hi- itorlc
holders of the. Oahii ltallvny & l.ni.d
Company has been mil' I for TutsdLy,
February il, A. 1). Und. in puisiunco
of an order of the illrwMn, and will
be held at the room of t'.io Chamber
of Commerce. StangtmvuM Iiulldlng,
Honolulu, at three o'clock p. m., in
A. W. VAN VA .IvENUt'RG.
gccietary Oaliu Railway & Land
Ilunolulu, February 19, 1900.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
lu accordance with tho provisions
of those certain mortgages mnde by
Hiram Kolomoku, mortgagor! to Wil
liam 0. Smith. Mary B. Parker aud
Henry Waterhouso. Trustees under tUo
will of William C. Lunalllo, deceased,
dated Mutch lDtli, 1900, And August
1 1 til. 1900. respectively and recorded
in tho Hawaiian Registry of Como)-
atn.es In I.luer 201, paces 232.233 and
Liber 213, pases 127-129 respectively,
men said mortgages were duly as-
fitted to Ualhahcua M. Allen by a deed
of assignment dated November ICtU,
1903, and recorded In said Registry ill
Liber 252. pages 197 aud 198. notlcu II
hereby Riven that said Uathiheua M.
Allen intends to forcclosa the samo fot
condition broken, to wit, non-payment
of principal aud interest.
Notlco Is likewise given that after
the expiration of three consecutlvs
weeks from the date of the first puull'
cation of this notice, the said Bath
sheba M. Allen will foreclose said
mortgages and will advertise for sale
tho property covered thereby in so far
as the same was conveyed by said
mortgages, including whatever Interest
the Trustee In Bankruptcy of said
Hiram Kolomoku may have in said
property, and will sell the same at pub
He auction at the auction rooms of
James F Morgan In said Honolulu on
Saturday, the lith day of March, A.
D. 1906 at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
Following Is the description of said
All that parcel of land at Kulnoka-
Una in said Honolulu, cpmprislng Lnl
Two Hundred and Ninety-Three (293;
on Government Survey Map of Kulao
kahua Plains said lot having a front
age of 100 feet, more or less, on Klnau
street, and a depth of ISO feet.
Note: Tho above sale Is subject to
whatever interest Mary Ann K. Kolo
moku and her assigns may have in
said property, she having only Joined
in tne mortgages aforesaid by rcluax
Ing her right of dower In said prop
Further particulars may be had of
Kinney, Mccianaban & Cooper, attor
neys for said Datbsbcba M. Allen, u1
the Judd Iiulldlng at said Honolulu.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., Feuruar)
BATHSUEDA M. ALLEN.
I hereby consent to the foregoing
method or foreclosure and sale.
CHARLES R. HEMENWAY.
Trtuteo In Bankruptcy of Hiram K
Tcb. 53; Mar. 2, 9. 10.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures 6 a. m. 73: 8 a. m.,
73; 10 a, m., 74; noon, 75; morning
Hnrometur. 8 a. m.. 30.13: absolute
humidity, 8 a. m.. 6.499 grains per
cubic loot; rotative humidity, 8 a. m.
74 per cent: dew point, 8 a. in . 01.
Wind 6 a. m, velocity 12, direction
N, 13.: 8 a. in., velocity IS, direction
l;.; 10 a. m., velocity 17, direction N,
K.; noon, velocity 12. direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8
a. in trace.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended lit noon, 257 miles. I
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
Drown: Why did you repulse that
young man when ho asked you for the
hand of your daughtor? Orcen: I
wanted to save the price of a fancy
church wedding by letting them elope.
For Wnnt Column See Paue Six
Dlschargo from "U. S. S. Lnwton."
Finder return to Daniel F. Oluinskl,
care Bulletin. 331S-U
If you hhvc never tried
J ? ? jJ
jS J J jJS J J
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sal it all leading hotels and
Thos. F. WcTihe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
GUN CLUB SHOOT FOR
THE ISENBERQ CUP
W. C. WALL TOOK THE HALL &
80N CUP PLEASANT DAY
ON THE GUN CLUB'S
The fifth semi annual cup shoot of
the Hawaiian dun Club was held at
Its model rnnge In Manon valley yes
terday. On account of counter attrac
tions the list of members present wut
limited, although a record number of
visitors were present all being gun en
thusiasts, to tho extreme.
The weather was not to the best
advantage to tho gunners, tho wind
blowing In Irregular gusts down the
valley, canning the clay saucer-llko
targets to take a very uneven (light.
The house committee, composed ol
Messrs. Harvey, Walker and Irwin
Spalding had hustled to good advan
tnge, and everything possible was
done for the comfort of those present,
A fine chowder luncheon was served
during the noon hour, after which all
present were photographed by Wll
After a short delay caused by the
floral parade, the 1st match was culled.
This match was the most important
of all the winner claiming the cham
pionship of the club, and President
J, W. Harvey took first honors with
19 breaks out of 20, and also the cup
for good, having won it twice former
ly. I. Spalding and L. O. King tied
for second place with IS a piece.
The second match, 10 birds unknown
angles was also scratch, the first prize,
Hall & Eons challenge cup was won
unexpectedly by W. C. Wall, with 8
out of ,10 breaks. iKIng and Harvey
tied for second place with 7 each.
The third event was a 20 bird handi
cap know angles with G prizes to com
pete for, the first being the "Wulsrodc
Cup," presented by Woods & Sheldon,
and held by II. E. Gores. The first. 6
results and prizes were as follows:
1st L. C. King, 20 out of 22, Walsrode-
2nd. J. E. Fullcrton, 19 out of 25,
(Intne Curving Set.
3rd. I. Spalding. 17 out of 22, dun
4th. II. E. Walker, 17 out of 22,
100 Pacific Cart.
Bth. J. W. Harvey, 17 out of 20,
In the shoot off of tho tics, SjmldlnK
and Walker after having tied on S
consecutive five bird matches, a toss
up Kie Spalding third place,
The fourth event U 10 bird "Visitors"
natch, was the drawing card of the
day, producing more mirth from the
club members than any other match
during the day. Out of some 100 targets
fired at by 10 shooters, only 15 targets
Telt the deadly pellets.
1st. A. Mcncfogllo, 4 out of 10, prize,
22 leal rllle.
2nd. E. F. Tatton, 3 out of 10, prize,
3rd. 0. Robinson, 2 out of 10.
The fifth event was a 20 bird handi
cap match for a Weekly Challenge Cup
to be won by the samo person 3 times.
H. E. Walker captured this cup to
start with tho flnescore of 21
out of 22, missing his first target, and
then making a clean run of 21 straight.
2nd. I, Spalding, 19 out of 22.
3rd, J. W. Harvey, IS out of 20.
The Btxth and last match, a 10 bird
"PnnRnlntlnn ' (man fni lhna uhn
had not won a prize during tho day,
including club members and visitors
ullke, wus won by II. E. Cares a for
mer member of the club, with 8 breaks
out of 10. E. I. Spalding camo Becond
with 7 out of 10 and F. Davis third
with 3 out of 10. The prizes awarded
for this event, were a hunting coat,
100 chnllcngo cartridges and a cleaning
rod with u hefeverlead and rust remov
er. The Hawaiian dun Club has Just
completed Its third year of exlstenco,
and has enrolled amongst its member
ship many of the most promlmcnt
men of the city.
Tomorrow's games will probably de
termine the championship of the Asso
ciation Football League. The first is
the championship game, being between
the Iolanls and the Malles. Should
the Malles win, they., will tnke the sea
ton championship, Should lolanl win.
It will be necessary for them to take
one more game before securing tho
prized leadership, Tho Becond game
Is between Punnhou and Y. M. C. A. If
the latter lose, tho team will be Irre
trlevubly at the toll end of the list.
Good games und u large crowd are
gap "For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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New moon Feb. 22, at 9:20 p. m.
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Saturday, February 24.
Stmr. Nilhau, W. Thompson, for Ho
U, S. transport Law ton, Pond, for
San I'rnnclflro. 9 a. in.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mam, llent.
for San Francisco, 10 a. in.
o o m
Btmr. Claudtnc, l'arker, for Kauai
ports, 6 p. m.
Stmr. Miknhala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 6 p. m.
Per U. S. Army Transport Sherman:
For Manila: Major. Gen. John F
Weston, wife nnd 2 daughters; Major)
ucn. jonn u. urooxe ircurcuj, who
and sister-in-law. Miss Stearns; Col.
W. 8. Patten, wife and daughter, Chief
Q. M., Manila, I. I.; Major James Can
by, wife' and child, Paymaster, U. S.
A.; Captain Geo. W Van Dcuscn, 2Cttl
Field Arty., U. S. A.; Captain E. S.
Walton and wife, 19th Infantry, U. S.
A.; Captain Henry S. Hathaway aud
wife. Signal Corps; Captain U. U. Me
Alexander. 13th Infantry; Captain W.
II. Clifford, U. S. Marino Corps; 1st
LIcuL a. M. Allen, wife and child,
19th Infantry, U. S. A.; 1st Lieut. C
L. Pitney nnd wife, Philippine Scouts;
2nd Lieut. U. W. Kdgerly, 2nd Infan
try; 2nd Lieut. Sidney II. Guthrie, Ar
tillery Corps; 2nd Lieut. Robert E.
Uoycrs und wife, 15th Infantry; 2nd
Lieut. lt.W. Kingman and wife. ICt-li
Infantry; 2nd Lieut. Frank M. Conk
lln, Philippine. Scouts; Dr. It. W. Wnd
dell and wife. Contract Dental Surgeou,
U. S. A.; Elmer McDanlels, Veterinary
Surgeon and wife; Mrs. I. J. Cunning
ham, motbcr.ln-law Major Can by, Pay
master; Mrs. Frank Greene, wife of
Major Greene, Signal Corps; Mrs. A
E. Crcary and daughter, mother and
sister Ctfpt. Crcary, Pay. Dcp.; Miss
Nellie Nlckcrson, tutcr-ln-law, Cant.
Dcakyne, Engrs, Corps; Mrs. Ella M.
Fosselt and daughter, fam. CapL 13th
Infantry; Mrs. C. G. Sturtevant and
child, fam. Lieut, Sturtevant. 9th In
fantry; Miss K, Sturtevant, sister
Lieut. Sturtevant, 9th Infantry; Agms
u. Young, Army Nurse Corps; Agnes
Astbury, Army Nurse Corps; Francis
J. Uakor and wife. Clerk to Major
Canby, U. S. A.; E. T. Comcgys, Jr.,
Paymaster Clerk, U. S. A.; C. O. Kin
ney, wife and 2 children, Paymasters
Clerk, U.S. A.; W. H. Hinds, Clerk
Q. M. Department; M. C. Oreegor,
Clerk Quartermasters Dcpt., U. S. A.;
Mrs. Nichols, mother of L. M. Nichols,
Q. M. Clerk, U. S. A.; Miss Agnes
Uurncs, mombcr of fam. Robert Heat-
tie. Clerk; Captain W. D. Newbill, Ar
tillery Corps; Thcron H. Stccn, Clerk,
(juartermiiBtcrs Department, U, S. A.,
Mrs. C. S. Gould, wife of Sergeant, U.
S. A.; Mrs. Edward J, Wagnltz and 4
children, fam. Sergt. Hosp. Corps;
Mrs. Deatrlco Doycr, wife employee
Hosp. Corps, U. S. A.; 1). It. Peoples,
Sblpsmlth, U. S. Navy; Mrs. James
Mcucrmoit and child, fam. Chief Gun
ncr's Mate N'uvy; Mrs. Geo. P. litkln
und daughter, fam. Chief Yeoman. U,
S. Navy; Mrs. J W, Murray and 3
cmiaren, ram. of Machinist U. S. N.;
W. D. Collins, Insular Clerk; Mrs. F.
II. Hlllman and 2 children, fam. Pa-
trolman; Manila P. Force; James Wil
liams, Hostler q. M. Department; Geo.
Mlguschl. Jap. servant, .l.t. G. M. Al
len, 19th Infantry; Homer Schley, serv
ant Capt. w. D. Newbill, Arty. Corps;
Clarence S. Qould, Sergt. U. S. Army;
Charles llreuchle, Private 1st Class
Hosp. Corps, U. S. A.; Newton J. Cor
nlsh, Private Co. "D," 2nd Infnntry,
U. a. A.; George Watson, Private Co.
"A," 2nd Infnntry. U. 8. A.; James F.
Maxwell, Private Co. "K,"'lSth Infan
try, U. S. A.; Enlisted Men. United
States Marino Corps. For Guam. L. I.:
W. It. Rhodes, Clerk Naval Station,
Guam. For Honolulu: 2nd LleUt. II.
M. Cooper and wife, 10th Infantry, U,
S. A.; 2nd Lieut. M. A. Welts. 10th In
fantry, U. S. A.; Dr. John 8. Marshall
and wife. Dental Surgeon. U. S. A.:
Mrs. John Hodeon and daughter, fam.
Inspector of Customs; Mrs. Bert Dun.
lap and 3 children, fam. Pvt. 10th In
fantry. Total 2nd class passengers to
Honolulu. 4. John Thompson. Private
ist Class Ilosn. corps: Ilurdette I.
Conway, Prlvuto Hospital Corps. Total
passengers aboard, all classes, 254.
STUr-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
NEW - TODAY
OAHll 8UQAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO DONDHOLDER8.
Pursuant to resolution passed at the
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company mptlce is hereby given to all
holders of bonds of this Company
numbered frorn 1 to 750 both Inclusive
to present tho samo for payment to
tho Treasurer of tho Company at his
omco in tho Hackfeld Iiulldlng, In
Honolulu, on the 1st day of April, A. D.
190G; and notlco Is also given that no
further Interest will bo paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
190C as Interest will cease on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, reb, 23, 1900.
Sole Agents Por
i i tli L
1 1 fl VAlvr'J
ff x. . JijVf J,' T r
jEVEHT PAIR GUARANTEED
''P'f i&i&2f3r 'i'p'i'H
National Stock Company
AND TOMORROW EVENlVlQ
"The White Caps"
ADMISSION 25 CT8.
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c, 76c.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
DATHINQ AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
L G, Abies
REAL ESTATE and
has returned from the country
and can be found at
THE PORTER FURNITURE
Telephone Main 372.
..Hi h POR RALE that mm
a'nd up-to-date cottage corner I
Wilder Avenue and Keeaumoku
St. Price Correct. Terms Easy,
To Let The modern and up-tc-1906
home of a party leaving
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 BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIE), ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
JW Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Netf Lines Of
In all Styles from
A Comedy to be Presented by
THE 8ENIOR CLA8S
HONOLULU HIGH SCHOOL
Hawaiian Opera House
Sat. Evening Feb. 24.
Tickets an sale at Wall Nichols Co,
HUE OIGA KKROOSTCHEFF
LAUREATE OF THE VIENNA
Will Give a Recital In
TUE3DAY EVENING, FEBRUARY
27, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
RESERVED 8EATS, 1.00, AT
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
A number of fine milch cows; slto
driving horses and chickens.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
Fine Fire Wood
o FOR SALE o
I now have the ties of the Paclflo
Heights Railroad, originally for sate by
Lord A Belser. These ties will make
L C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEENV& MILILANI.
No Cash Required
TI(o I.emmon-Earle Directory Com
pany dealt cs to notify tho public that
no o.ihIi payment Is required for their
Dlroctory for 100G-1907 or for adver
Using therein, until the hook la pub'
lisheil, delivered and found to bo sat
Isfactory in overy rcapecL
I SI. I.EMSION,
GUACU M. EAIU.E.
THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Canfara & Co,, Projis.
Telephone Main 78
Citv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin Rives a complete summary of
tho nowa ot the day. For SI yer'
847-857 Kaahumanu Stmfl.
P.'O. BOX B94. TEL. MAIN Tt
SATURDAY, FEB. 24, '06,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Large Stock of s
Near Cornor of River and King Sts.,
n Little Ewa of Flshmarket.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Two Superb Residences
MOST FASHIONABLE PARTS OF
Parties owning leaving for Europo
for six 'months.
Will rent for six months or one year.
Ail accommodations. ,.
Prlco $100.00 per month
Prlcu 60.00 per month
Fot further particulars apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Kalanl anil othcra to C. I). Dwlght,
assignee; 10 acres at Makavvao, Maul.
Lands at Kallhl, Oahu.
At my salesroom, Saturday, March
3, IMG, at 12 o'clock noon.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
Be sure your ticket reads via tht
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery St, San Francisco, Cat.
Rabbts, Oulnea Pigs, Fantall
Pigeons and other pets.
Just the thing for a child's
birthday gift "
Also fancy chicks from one
day to three months old.
Enquire at tho
" " KAIMUKI. ' " V
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale l 1
In KAPIOLAN PARK'ADDITION, '
.LIHI, and other desirable localities
Also 1 JUMP-SBA'l' BUCKZOARD,
ie:ond-hani!; good as new. ,