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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATUHDAY. FEH. U, 1906.
Lliiue Kauai. H. T., February 9, 1906.
Meters. E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu
Centlemen: Yourt of February 9th to handVlnqulrlng 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 tike 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. HOGO,
' Manager Kauai Telephone Co.
To Be Had In 56 Gal, Drums At
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
I SNAPPER I
k In accordance with demand we have arranged for regular ship. Q
ments of SNAPPER from the Colonies and have just received a fresh am
. supply. q
Standing orders may now be placed with the assurance of being
promptly filled. Jf
' All who are acquainted with the delights of SNAPPER eating J
' will be glad to hear of this arrangement and we guarantee that the J
fish will be all that It should be 'n size, quality and preparation. w
V If you have never tasted SNAPPER this Is the time to do so. J
t You are certain to like It and to order more. GIVE IT A TRIAL.
J J IVL Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST., 'PHONE, MAIN 149
NGW - TO-DAY,
The annual meeting of the llono-1
lulu Dam hall Association will be held
at the YotinR Hotel on Wcilnesda)
February 28. 1900. at 3 o'clock.
D. P. II. ISUNUUIIO,
ELEqTION OF OFFICERS.
At the r.gulnr annual mooting of!
the stockholder of the I'ONOlIAWAl
COFFEK COMPANY. Limited, held at
the omce of V. O Irwin & Co. Ltd.
on tho 23rd day of February, A. I),
1&06, the following omcer were elect-'
ed to nere for the ensuing e,ir. name
W. G. Irwin
. . Secretary
W. M. Glffard
John A. Scott
H. M. Whitney
W. F. Wilson
. . .Auditor
The ahote olllcers with the excep
tion of the Auditor, form the Hoard
u. m. viiitni:y.
Secretary Ponohawnl Cortce Co. Ltd.
Honolulu. February 23rd. 1WG.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
HILO SUGAR COMPANY.
At the regular annual meeting of tho
stockholders of tho HILO KIIOAlt
0. Irwin & Co.. Ltd., on the 23rd day
of February. A. D.. lOofi. the following
omcers were elected to serve for tti-,
vnsulng year, namely:
W. G. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard Vice-President
IH. M. Whitney Treasurer
iRIchard Ivers Secretary
'W. F. Wilson Auditor
The abovo officers with tho exceti
tlon of the Auditor, form the Hoard of
Secretary Hllo Sugar Compuuy.
Honolulu, February 23rd, ltlUC.
FINE KOA FURNITURE FOR
TAXES, MARCH 2nd, 1906.
The undersigned, on behalf of James
L. Holt, Assessor of the First Taxn
tlon Division of tho Territory of Ua
wall, will offer for sale nnd will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder, at
tils salesroom on Kaahumanu street,
Honolulu, County of Oahu, Terrltor)
of Hawaii on March 2nd, 1900, tho fol
lowing described property, to wit.
ono (1) Koa Desk, four (4) Koa
Tables, and sixteen (IC) Koa Chairs.
The abovo described property being
distrained for delinquent taxeH of I "Free and Kasy" tonight, at S
Fong In Company for the car 1905, '('clock. Tomorrow's services will bo
same will be sold without reservo is follows: Holiness meeting at 10:30
under section No. 1271 of'tho Kevlsed a m. Illble class at 3 p. ro. Y. P. L.
Laws of Hawaii, and a bill of sale from at p, m. Salvetlnn meeting nt 8 P. m
the Assessor will vest tltlo In tho pur-1 Knslgn Ilessle Huynes farewells to
chaBer, morrow nlglit, to go on furlough She
(Signed) JAMES F. MOHQAN. ' being In Jiurgo of the corps for over
ror anu on uenuii oi jninci i,. uou,
Assessor of tho First Taxation 1)1
vision. 331 CM
4 ! I
To such an extent does religion pre
vail at Monoatoa, In the South Sej'i,
that every man, woman and child on
that Island who does not go to 1)11111)1.
nt least tlirio times a week Is Uublo to
be arrested and lined, the flno going to
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uud Issue SI 25U.OU0. II lluckfcld &
Co, $17.3r.l2o. unpaid freight bills
J1.4C5 07, wages due laborers, $31.-
tio3.29, suipeiiKe account (Interest nc
crncd) $18,750: sundry creditors, lie.,
The statement of the Hank of lla
nail, us tiustees for bondholders,
lions- llomls purchased to February
'.'!, 190 j. 1:8.011; bonds purchased to
February 7. WOO. IH.000; total, 1,2,
000. The report of Manager L. Hark-
hnuFcn Is ns follows:
uieasi ear ims neen a prosperous
."." '"" "P " "" "re ""
the c-stlmute and ue ha dfalr prices of
sugur lor the otitic cane ll has on
the whole not been faorab!e one on
account of the unusual dry and cold
weather Appeudcd hcicto ure submit'
ted to juti the various reports. You
will note by looking oer the financial
MEtteim-nts that our expenses were un
ttsuull) high This was duo to the
higher cost of labor and the large
iiiuuuui oi iuc-i uocii iiurniK uie iuhs
Crops The actual output for 1901-5
In loinmerclal sugar or DO deg polarlz
utlun Is 20,05s tons The 1D05-0 crop
Is about 100 nrres larger In acreage,
hut will full slightly behind last year'
average on account of the before-mentioned
unfaorable weather and poor
er Juice. My estimate for this crop W
at Hid present time 23,000 tons, but ll
the Juice Improves, as In former ears,
my estimate may be exceeded.
The coming crops will all hae the
same acreage, about 3,200 acres, and
oro HVWMf)h4 HVUUIj BfW WVI.V MS
khould. therefore, nrcnldlnir ramlltlons
jure equally faorable. give the san.e
'results. I consider 25,000 tons n fall
average ilcld. The winter montha
have so fur bctn mild and In eciy
respect fm arable to the growth of the
oung cano for 1S00-7. The prosjiecti
'or this crop are very promising.
Improements It has been decided
by the directors of your company to
nmu'it the steam pumping plants ol
l.ahalnii Into ekvlrlc ones, operated by
water power There Is ample power
lor tins purpobu in the KauauU valley
mid tho s'ilng In coal, labor, etc., will
p.i for the outl.i) In less than two
With permission of the directors
I hate taken a six months' leave dur
ing the summer months and left Mr.
C. L Srlmger In full charge. I wUh
to mention here that during my ab
sence tho nffalrs of jour company hn
ueen (oniiiicieu in a most able and em-
, '' manner.
l The mill rcnort for (he season ol
1905 Miowb. Extraction 91.93 per cent
of total sugar, 8 16 per cent on weight
of cane, 11.50 sugar per 100 lb llag.
gasse, 4 1C0 per cent sugar, 41.303 per
cent moisture; 0.77C sugur per 100 lb
cane Cane. I'rcsg take 0 254 per cent
sugar. Fiber In cane, 11 33 per cent
THE SALVATION ARMY.
i0 le.irs. needs a few months' rest.
hefoie taking another iipnolntmcnt,
Her friends nnd the public are Invited
to the farewell meeting Captain lies
elo Shlpp, who arrived on the Sonoma
Wednesday, will assist Adjutant and
Mis ll.unbcrry In the local work.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
. . . ncuviu-i- -jiCautii .
It's Delicious lh . """t
If you have never tried
t t 1 4 i 4
j" w fc v
do so at onee. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sale at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.
tCI TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN. 140,
NEW - TODAY
Adertlcmcnt for Proposals. .Ho
nolulu Hawaii, February 23rd. 1 900.
Scaled proposals will bo received nt
(Ills building until 2 o'clock p. m Mon-
i ilny March 5th. 1900, for furnishing
lights, lie, miscellaneous supplies,
washing low flu. hauling nshes, and
lltikling street Tor this bu)lding
during the fiscal yenr ending Juno 30,
1907 or such portion of the )ear as
may be deemed nchlsablo. The right
to reject any ami all bids Is reserved
by the Treasury Depot tment. JOSttl'l!
O. I'llATT, Custodian. 33IC
8TOCK DOOK8 CLOSED.
The slock books of the Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., will be clobCd for trnnsferf
from Feb. 2Gth. to Mar. 1st, 190, botb
Treasurer, Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
WILDER & CO., LTD.
A. the regular annuil meeting of
the nto kholdiTH of Wilder . Co., Ltd.
held Feb 23rd. ISOfi. the following of
llci'tH weie elected to scno during thv
8. G. Wilder President
G. P. Wilder .... Vice President
R. W. Cathcart . . .Seety. & Treas.
Henry Davis Auditor
E. D. Tenney Director
J. R. Gait Director
J, A. Wilder Director
Notice o! Payment of
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby gUcn that the Val-
nltia Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay . the
whole of Its bonds Issued and dated
Aurll 1, 1901. amounting to One Mil
lion Dollar ($l,0(iO,ooo.uO) upon the
1st day of April. 190$. and thnt said
bonds will bo paid with Interest to
April 1, 1906, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at the office of tho
Company, upon March 31. 1S0C (said
Anrll 1. liiOC helnc Sundavl: and no-
(Ice Is further given that the said wai
nltia Agricultural Company. Limited,
will be in no wlso chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
nld first day of April. 1900,
W. A. HQWBN, Treasurer,
Walalua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, T. II., February 24, 190C.
331Cto Mar 31
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
WAIOHINU AGRICULTURAL AND
GRAZING COMPANY, LTD.
At the regular annual meeting of
the stockholders of the WAIOHINU
aillCULTUKAL AND GUAZINO
COMPANY, Limited, held nt the office
nr Wm, (1. Irwin & Co., Ltd.. on tho
:3rd day of February, A. I)., 1000. tho
following olilcerH were elected to
erVe for tho ensuing year, namely:
W. G. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard Vice-President
Richard Ivors Secretary
W. F. Wilton Auditor
The above officers with the excep
tion of tliu Auditor form the Doard of
ihcrctnry 'Wulolilnu A.ltultural &
Grazing Co, (Limited).
Honolulu, February 23rd, 1&0C.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular annual meeting of the
toel holders of tho OI.OWALU COM
PANY, held ut the office of Wm. Q.
Irwin & Co., Ltd., on tho 23rd day of
febitiary, a. I), iuou, the following
office is were elected to servo for tho
ensuing year, namely:
W. G. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard Vice-President
H. M. Whitney Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
W. F. Wilson Auditor
The above officers with the exception
of tho Auditor and addition of W. L.
Hopper form the Hoard of Directors.
Secretary Olowalu Company.
Honolulu, February 23rd, 190C.
KI.KIIAHN In Honolulu, T. H.. Feb
niarv 21, Io Mr und Mrs. F. W.
Klebuhli, u daughter.
UEGO Fobiuary 22, In this city, to
the wife of Jules P. Itego, a daugh'
'ia. -"--" 'VHHBitui,-, m -BtjWii
?,m.p m a m.
tf I 11 I it
f io t io f jl 9 t 6
51 S it 9 4 6 6 01
I ,6 0 II le If t .6 6 Ol
4 IT 9 II H . 1 It,
m p rn. ' I
4 M It oi I) ' c
I ,1 II ll l
New moon Feb. 22, at 9:20 P. m.
'I be tines at nnnuiul ahi Itllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Tims la lOh 30m
slower thu 'Greenwich time, being
tbat of the meridian of 157.30. Tus
time whistle blows at 1.30 p. m., which
Is the same as GreenWIih. Oh 0m.
Snturday, February 24
U. S. A. T. Dlx, Ankers, from Seat
lie, 10 n. m.
8tmr. Klnnit. Freeman, from Hllo
ind way ports, 10:15 a. m.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tullett, from Ka
uai ports, 4:30 a. m.
Saturday, February 24.
U, S. A. T. Sherman, Ilruglerrc, for
Manila, via Guam, noon.
From Hllo and way port. Feo.
24, per steamer Klnau. O. V. Hlcli
trdson, It T Sukuda, Chang Scm, A
tllchlcy. It. a. Ilcnkcrson. Mrs. Ys
mano. II. V. II. Mist, John A. Scotl,
lutlgb a. V. A Hopal, John T. Ilaker,
C. OWilfong. Mrs. Nakalckn I.o. .1
M. Sass. J J. Dow ling. Geo. II. Wil
liams, Dr. 11 1). Ilond. Mrs. It II. II"!
.teln and child. J. F Woods, F. V.
Cnrter, Dr. J O Frltrgcriild, Mrs. Dr.
Iluintt, F. J. Cross, Ilcv. Nakayan,
Mrs. K. (lucrrero, Miss Mlnnio Kruc
ger, Win Hampton, II. Gorman, A. A
Mtchfleld. Kin Choy.
From Kauai ports, February 21.
per. stmr. Ke Au Hou. MrH. A. IC.
' A MACHINHN NEED '
'I wish you would express the Pro
motion Committee's appreciation of
the nsslstnnce rendered by tho on
ilaram Young Company In tho parade,"
sold Secretary Wood to u Uullctln man
this morning. "An auto went with
the parade with six first class mechan
ics of the von Hamm Young Com
pany ready for any emergency. This
considerate work was one of the fca
(tires that aided materially in handling
the machines and the Committee ap
preciates It "
Nngaml, a Japanese, appeared be
fore United States Commissioner Mat
ing this morning for a preliminary ex
imlnatlon on a charge of ndultcry. A
bath house, a pretty little Jnpancso
wninnn, named Sul Kamedn, who had
been deserted by her husband, a hus
band who returned at tho wrong mo
ment and several other interesting de
tall mndo up the drama of tho allcga-
ions, but Mallng found that there was
not sufficient evidence to warrant
holding tho man, and ho discharged
ALIBI DEFENSE WORKS
Shim Shu, Shim Dat and Shim I.nm,
the three Chinese, a woman and two
men, who wero charged with having
committed considerable ravages on
tho Lead of a fellow countryman by
cuniplng at It with a knife and a
hatchet, were this noon found to bo
not guilty by Judge LIndBay'a Jury and
wero discharged Tho defense was
conducted by A. G. M. Ilobcrtson, who
proved an nllbl to the evident satisfac
tion of tho jury.
For Want Column See Pnce lx
Herman girl to do light housework.
Apply Ilulletln office. 3310-tf
I'lilH Engineer for Olaa Mill. Apply
Mr. John Watt, Manager, Olaa, Ha
NATURE'S LIVING AND
More wonderful than the
greatest painting because Its
figures are alive and moving.
And still more wonderful be
cause the most beautiful color
of nature are concentrated In
their most gorgeous shades.
The Camera Obscura Is fas.
clnatlngly Interesting and every,
one should see It.
AT THE ZOO
OUR GREAT ANNUAL
WILL BEGIN ON
Thursday, March 1, 1906
For One Week Only
GREAT REDUCTION IN ALL LINES
' '" ' ''
National Stock Company
"The White Caps"
ADMI8SION 25 CT8.
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c, 75;.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681
Hcive You Seen
The Latest and Oreatest In
DATHINQ AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to set
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort .and King; Sts.
L. G. Abies
REAL ESTATE and
has returned from the country
and can be found at
THE PORTER FURNITURE
Telephone Main 372.
..He has FOR SALE that new
and up-todate cottage corner
Wilder Avenue and Keeaumoku
St. Price Correct. Terms Easy,
To Lef The modern and up
to 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 DREAD, CAKE8, COOKIE1, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
:or. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
ETJ5- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
A Comedy to be Presented by
THE SENIOR CLASS
HONOLULU HIGH SCHOOL
Hawaiian Opera House
Sat. Evening Feb. 24.
TlckotJ on sile at Walt Nichols Co.
Fine Fire Wood
o-FOR SALE o
I now hava the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord & Belter. These ties will make
A. C. IHONiGOflERY
YARD, corner QUEEN 6V MILILANI,
No Gash Required
Tho Lommon-Earle Directory Com
pany demios to notify tho public that
no oaBh payment Is required for their
Directory for 1MG-1307 or for adver
tising therein until the book Is pub-
illshcd, dolltered and found to be sat-
I Isfactory iu ctery respect
L. M. LEMMON,
QIIACE M. EAIILE.
The rditcentu annual meeting of the.
Hospital Florul Society was held yes-
leraay afternoon in the Y. M. C. A
hall Mrs. K W. Jordan was In tho
chair Mr Ceo. F. Davics read tho
secretary!! annual report Flowers had
been taken every week to the Queen's
Hospital, fruit and How era to tho Le
ah! Home and to the Chinese, at tba
hospital and their homes.
Ladled who acted as a committee
(or the pist yenr were: Mrs. II. Derger,
Mm. H-twei, Mrs. Niblack, Mrs. hers,
Mm. W 8 Soper, Miss Catton, .Mlsu
Hartnaglo. Mri Augur, Mrs. Bottom
ley, Mm, Geo F. Dales, Mrs. Hum
phreys, Mrs Aug. Hancberg, Mm.
tiwauzy, Mini Jordan and Miss Schae
fer. They will voted the thanks ol
Donttlont wore reieUed from Mm.
W. 8 Hoper. Mm. Coleman, Mrs. We.
lervelt, Mr l.eienoc-u und Mrs. W. O
Tho following ladles were elected of
ficers for tho ecbulng jear: Mm. K.
W. Jordiu, president. Mm. Albert F
Judd. Jr. vice piesldent; Mrs Allen
W. T DotMmley, necietary, Miss von
REAL E3TATB TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 23, 1906,
from 10:30 a. m. to -1 p. m.
Lalkt. Kelliwalwalold to William
V. Lewln Jr, by atty, to Antono Oil-
A. LowIh Jr, by atty, to Maria G
Jco, F. Mclvsod by High Slier to F
1 E Thompson, Tr I)
Bst of Jjk Campbell by Tis to Eliz
abeth K Ilooth Far ltd
Elizabeth K Booth & hsb to James
D CiHtlo D
Kula I'lautn Co Ltd, by Hegr. .Notice
Knllu.i l'lmtn Co Ltd by Regr. .Notice
Maituwio IMintu Co Ltd by Itegr
Fulehu I'hntn Co Ltd by llcir. Notice
Chailcut F Hart to HonoUaa Sugar
Entered for Record Feb. 21, 1906,
from 0 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Kapnll & hah to H M Whitney ...M
Willie "Johnny, what's yer slghln
about?" Johnny "Chriitmas Is oer
an' there ain't uo (Uliln till spring."
847-857 Kaahumanu Strut
P. O. BOX 894. TEL. MAIN It
Two Superb Residences
MOST FA8HIONAIILB PARTS OF
1 IONOLULU ELEO ANTLY
Parties owning leaving for Europe
for six mouths.
Will rent for six montha or one year.
Price $100.00 per month
Pricu 60.00 per month
For further particulars apply
JA8. F. MORGAN,
Knlnnl nnd others to C D. Dwlght,
nsslgneo; 10 acre at MaKawao, Maul.
Lnnds at Kallhl, Oahu
At my salesroom, Saturday, March
3, 1S06, at 12 o'clock noon.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
. UNION PACIFIC
0MAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Point.
To Denver i
De sure your ticlcet rends via the.
Tor full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A.,
1 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cat.
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
LIHI, and other deslnble localities
Also 1 JUMP-SEA 1' nUChXOAJlD,
ood-hani: good as new.
WM. fl. I8WIN& CO., LTD.
Agents for the
loyal Inturrnce Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Mllance Aurance Co. of London,
tcottlih Un.jn & National Ins. Co. ol
Fhe Association of Philadelphia.
Mllance Insurance Corporation Ltd.
Vllhelma of Magdeourg General Inr
.THE COBWEB CAFE,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
s-Camara & Co,, Props.5