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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNE8DAY, FEn. 28, 1906."
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pnjjo B, '3VV TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
HOUSE On Vineyard St
1 HOUBB On Doach at Walklkl.
HOUSE On Klnau Street.
OFFICES In Walty BulldlnK.
, WAIIKHOUSE8 On Queen Street.
Dcet cattle for tale at Ka
hu'.iu Ranch, Kau. Ha'
wall. 3212 tf
ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
6r. cottage, b&rn, lawn, rosea, fruit
trees, nr. car line, llargatn. Apply
to P. K. II. Strauch. Real Estate. 74
H. Klna St.. Walty Dldg. 3296-tt
ARE QETTINQ MANY
YOIES FROM THE KONAS
BUSINESS AND POLITICS ON THE
8UNNY SIDE OF HAWAII AN
(Sptdal to Tht Bulletin)
Holualoa, Kona, Feb. 23. Printed
forms are In circulation, Issued by
dco. C.'llcckley (Mooheau), urging his
friends to procure him coupons and
subscriptions to help him get the Uul
LARGE AUDIENCE IS
PLEASED WITH ARTICLE
LOCAL MUSICIANS AID IN PER
FORMANCE AND MAKE A FIN
ISHED AND EXCELLENT
A ery satisfactory "house" greeted
Mile. Olga Kroostcheff, the eminent
Russian planlstc, at the concert given
by her last night In Punahou hall.
Mile. Kroostcheff proved n highly
finished nnd sympathetic exponent of
Improved and Unimproved Proper
He. House In all parti of the City.
'L BISHOP & CO.,
Fine corner lot in Maklkt. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F, this office.
Pirn wood from tho Kahaulkl camp.
ADnlr ut the Moana Express, and
shooting gallery, 19 Hotel near Nttu
auu St. Phone lllue 611.
'A two story house, No. 103G Green
street Furnished or unfurnished.
pply C. B. Reynolds. 3317-tf
.Cottages la Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwrJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nice largo front rooms, Unfurnished,
Reasonable. Apply 280 lleretanla St
Cheapest, coolest furnUhed rooms In
city. Helen's Court Adams lano.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
S4 Vineyard St 2728-tf
Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
CANVAS FLOOR CLOTH, 50x30.
Good condition; at Will E. Fisher's.
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl,
Address R. S. K.. Dulletln.
(Mitel Engineer for Olaa Mill. Apply
Mr. John Watt, Manager, Olaa, Ha
Herman girl to do light
Apply Dulletln odlce.
lctln automobile. Mr, ilcckley Is thesome of the finest mnsters of music,
popular purser of the Klnau In which rendering altogether eight separate
post he has been for many years, masterpieces, exquisitely and receiving
Another candidate for the same re- continuous applause
ward is Purser Frlel of the Mauna Lou. To hear Mile. Kroostcheff In any
liotli candidates have lots of faith In one of the beautiful selections with
their popularity which Is undoubtedly which sho favored her audience last
justifiable. In both. evening, wob a liberal education In
School Inspector C. E. King Is In, music, a lesson which could not fall
the district Inspecting the different . to help nny aspiring amature.
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
ktkl Turn and Walklkl, tin Aloha.
Temple fez. FIndor return to this
office for reward, 3271-tf '
At Thomas Square on Thursday last,
n small parkage. Owner may have
name by prulng property and pay
ing for ml 3317-lw
schools nnd Investigating the owner
ship of the vnrlous lands on which the
school houses were built by M. F. Scott,
the school agent.
These school building affairs on
other people's grounds seem to be a
common thing In the Konas.
The petition of February, 1906, by
17 names ngalnst Deputy Kclllkoa Is
knocked In the head; but it Is reported
thnt a move Is being made for a netf
one In Its place. Whatever Kclllkoa
refused to do during the school house
affair was In accordance to the orders
given him by his superiors, "not to
serve warrants that are not signed or
sworn to before the magistrate by tho
complainants." County Sheriff Keola
nul upon his arrival In Holualoa dur
ing the school house affair also re
ported to serve a warrant that were
not signed or sworn to before the dis
trict magistrate by the complainants,
Nettle L. Scott and Miss CnrlBon.
Konn Is suffering from n dry spell,
there has been no rain for some time.
Mrs. Nnwahle of South Kohala Is
visiting her foster son John Kaelcnia
liule, Jr., of Kallua.
The marriage of John Rapoza Costa
to Miss Moranho took plnce at the
Holualoa Catholic church last Sundny,
February 18th. Father Charles per- j hcnrly appia,I8e,
lUlillU IIIU t.Vtt.lllV4ll
Illaiik books of all sorts, ledger
etc, manufactured by tho Uullcttn Pub.
. Mullcr of Klholo paid Holualoa' ... ..,, ..... nr(.nmnnniment in
? ,.!! "i . , ln",,nntJIe1.',l?U,V" Hl'Per notes also appealed Tartlet.
thnt nil he had learned of tho Holua- i.i II ,.. ...... ',,, ,.. ...
Jon ,chool affairs was through Post- p 'Jmu'' and Weber'a "0
master L. S. Aungst nnd thnt this !,- ..,,, on ,h nroarnm nni, ,,, SS0.C0; T
Tho Woflklv Edition nf the Pvenlnc
Bulletin gives a completo summary ofl gy Fine Job Printing at the Qui
the news of the day For 31 a year, letln office.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company. I Umbrellas is-palred and brat polish'
- Best black sand from S2 to $3 a load , leg. Takata, 1284 Fort St
according to distance hauled. Coral , 30EG-tf
rocks for stable, roads and side- ' n
walks; firewood. Third door below MONEY TO LEND,
King, Maunakea St; P. O. box 820,
Telerbone Main 398.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Jp Hotel and Union.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Stmo. 1111 Fort 8t
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. S20 King St
T. Hayashl Clothe cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Bcretanla St
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St
Th opening number. Liszt's "Para-
phase de Concert from Rlgolelto" wus
played faultlessly, from Its lighter to
Its deeper movement, sometimes re
quiring almost gymnastic feats, so dif
ficult are Its passages. In this selec
tion pcrhnps more thnn In any other
or his pieces Is displayed the deep ar
tistic feelings of tho great composer.
In the "Romance" by Tchalkowsky
and the "Minuet" by Padcrcwskl quite
n different school of. music was pre
sented. In the former tho Intricate
passages were played with perfect
case. Each movement spoke under the
performer' powerful fingers. In tho
"Mlnunt" her Marvellous touch nnd
technique cannot be described by mere
The "Nocturno and Valee both In
(D flat)," by Chopin, "Les Oulrlandes'
by Godard and finally the "Grand Valse
rin f'nnntrf' liv Qtrtin.. ntan fllfTtnilt
nnd different from each other, were
given at only a true artist could give
them. Each was played with an ex
pression, feeling, technique, and power
which rnn never bo forgotten by thoss
who had tho pleasure of hearing It.
If tho audience hnd a favorite, the
light music of Godard pleased them
most and earned for Mite. Kroostcheff
Le Oulrlandes, with
It's an easy Job for the. barber to
part the hair on a head like this.
It' Just as easy to prevent baldness
It you only do the right thing.
baldness Is almost always a sttre
Ign of neglect; it Is the story of neg
Dandruff is untidy, unnecessary, and
cures dandruff and prevent baldness.
You tayo your hair and you are spared
the annoyance nf untidy clothing. I
It also stops falling of tho hair, and
makes the hair crow thick and lone. I
Do not be deceived by cheap Imita
tions which will onlj
lie sure you eet AY
ved by cheap Imlta-J
inly disappoint you.
YER'S llalr Vigor.
L ENOS III
dividual had recommended Judge
Clarke's fitness In carrying out his
duties as ho did on January Cth, Mr.
Mullcr reports that his health Is not
at tho best standard.
It Is reported thnt Mrs. Atchcrlcy Is
going to run Jacob Cocrpcr for Senator
and Dr. Atchcrley for Supervisor at
the coming election.
On February 21th. a grand entcr
tnlnmcnt In aid of Christ church will
be given at Knlnallu. The entertain
ment will consist of a little farce come
dy and wax works exhibition. Several
hundred tickets have been sold and
tho show will surely bo an artistic and
also figured on the program and their
perfect Interpretation gave unqualified
delight to all present.
In shot"! Mile. Kroostcheff, by her
brilliant performance last night, prov
ed herself an exceptionally talented
musician, with a grace of manner and
porfect case In playing that completely
captivated, her audience.
The trip consisting of Mrs. W. L.
Whitney, Dr. Ramus and I). L. Marx
wag most heartily recehed and ren
dered their two selections In n manner
that was a credit to the distinguished
lady whom they were supporting.
It Is to be regretted that Honolulu
ha no available concert grand piano
to provide artists calling here nnd It
A shark god Kalaemano has made ' r v."""" "'."" .""'."? i'"5,""u "
hi, appearance near Knllua much to.T. "',".',, ",'"' "' "u" " .""'L".".. "
n iBrwnt. nt nt.,M .!.. 1,- l-'"W WV" , w. ... w. p ,v. U.U ...I 1IBIM
ment new from the store that has never
the terror of native fishermen. He Is
described us being about thirty feet
long nnd of a yellow color with brown
spots. Some dlro calamity Is feared
In the near future as It has been many
years since he was last seen.
C. h.n.L.I. Hhn. AJMl. 9QQ4 Mft.
, HI MWMt.-llMp, UIIV.IW ., ..., ..WW., '.
cor, Pensacola and Beretanla.
3ee Hasting for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fin Cutlery. Rear Union OrlU.
- i . m
.Tor Japanese, laborers and yard boys.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephone
Main 450. 3317-lm
Mr. Ja. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano wareroom
ol I,, E. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel St.,
'opposlto Young Hotel. All order
for tuning promptly attended to.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101,
Piano taught In 8 month by experi
enced teachor; (3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginner,
Address Music, this office. 3286-tt
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, B0Z STAN
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
J. W. KALUA'8 LUAU.
(Bptelal to The llullelln)
Wniluku, Maul, Feb. 26. Mr. and
Mrs J. W. Kalua gavo a little luau at
their lao borne yesterday to a number
of their Wuiluku friends. Among
Uiobo present were Capt. and Mrs. W.
K. Hal, M. K. Kcohoknlolc, Sheriff
ond Mrs. W. E. Saffcry. Hon. 8. E
Kuluu and many others.
From Kauai ports today per stmr.
Mlkalmln. A. F. Knudsen, O. II Har
vey, J. Flanlgan, Mr. O. It Ewart,
Mra, caniara, A. L. Ilodrlquc. II.
Schmidt, C. II. Hall, Wm. Bush, Lady
Hcrion, MIbh Houghtalllng, Miss
Lewis, A. J. Spltzcr.
Man wants to fly like a bird, but he
wouldn't want to pick up all his grub
with his bill.
been used before, no matter how fine
in tone the Instrument may be.
Mile. Kroostcheff has been urged to
give another concert In Honolulu but
this Is hardly possible as she leaves
for the mainland In the steamer Korea
tomorrow or Friday.
The program rendered last evening
was us follows;
Trio de Carl Uohm
Piano Mrs. W. L. Whitney
'Cello Dr. C. Ramus
Violin Mr. B. !,. Marx
(n) Paraphrase do Concert, "Rlgo
(b) Nocturne, Vnlso (D flat), Chopin
(c) Les Olrlande Godard
Trio R. Schuman
Piano ,. Mr. W. U Whitney
'Cello Dr. C. Ramus
Violin Mr. B. I. Marx
(a) Romance Tchalkowsky
lb) Minuet On. 14 ....Padarowaky
(c) Impromptu Relngold
(d) Orand Rondo Weber
(e) Orand Valso de Concert. Strauss
Even the smallest shpo store meas
ures many feet,
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat will bo delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the 8. 8. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen ounter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLIVES.SAUSAGES, FISH, OY8TER8, ETC.
Thl I the finest assortment of Delicatessen that wo have had for
a very long time and If you would see It at Its best you should make
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
Telephone Mam 45
THE GREAT HOME REKiEDY
VJf General Employment Offjce, cor,
t rEmma and Beretanla 8t. Japanese
i nnd Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone uiue xioi.
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PlgCE
I 8UIT FOR i
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP 8TREET,
1 ' '3222-tf. sI""
That 1,500,000 suffering women have
cured themselves of irregular and painful
periods, bearing down pains, ovarian
troubles, nervousness, headache and back
ache and all manner of female weaknesses
by giving themselves private treatment with
this great woman's remedy, proves that
Wine of Cardui is not only a highly
scientific medicine, but a mild tonic that any woman or child
may take without possible harm.
Mild, medicinal herbs, not strong and drastic drugs consti
tute the healing qualities that have made Wine of Cardui
famous. It is not a dangerous poison that has to be safely
administered under a doctor's supervision. No need for aN
doctor's services at all no local examinations no operations.
Wine of Cardui can be taken at a moment's notice. It
is an invigorating tonic that b beneficial for any woman at
Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from your drug
gist. Begin the treatment today. Health is only a matter
of the right medicine. Wine of Cardui is the right medicine.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL. 1.00 BOTTLESJ
IRnrrtnl to Thl Bultetltii
Walluku. Maul, Feb. 26. Aug. Enos,
Sr.. Is critically 111 at present lie has
been removed to the homo of his
daughter Mr. T II, Lyons, of Wal
luku, where Dr. Kurlsakl Is nttendlng
M. L Becker, another knmaalna of
Walluku and well known to the travel
Ing public Is still at the Mnlulanl Hos
pital under the charge of Dr. Dine
111EY CAN'IJIELP SCHOOLS
(Continued from Page 3)
J30; Knplolanl park, J3C0.75; road de
partment, $20."iC35, garbage payroll,
S200; electric light payroll, $930; police
nnd lire alarm system, SUS.IU; liavvai-
S1S12.G0; Walalua roads,
Treasurer's offlco clerk, $120,
Koolautoa roads, $41.76.
Moore reported having looked over
places where residents had asked for
electric lights. In regard to Manoa
lights It could not at present be stnted
definitely what would be ilono.
Pole Must Go.
On motion of Moore the County
Clerk was Instructed to write the tele
phone company to removo tho danger
ous pole on the corner of Hotel aud
lort streets, opposite tno nasn dom
ing store. Moore said If the polo was
not removed the County would cut it
down. It was l menace to life and
limb, dangerous both to vehicle and
Close to the Wind.
Chairman Adams drew attention to
the fact that the County was sailing
rretty close to the wind financially.
lie showed that the total balance to
the credit of the County nt present was
iiC.S08.G7. The County would recelvo
S30.000 In March. There were numer.
ous contract that must be borne In
mind, for example: Park Expert Rob'
Inson. (SCO; L. M. Wbltchottsc, Pall
toad lmrrovemcnts, $15,000; steam
rollers, to arrive In March, SlO.qso,
rock crusher, to arrive in March
5COS0; Aala park bandstand, $1149, t(,
bo liald in Mnrch: Pall bridge. $GG43;
electric transformer, $093; electric
wire, $1793.20. Contracts amountea to
$42,320.20. During March there would
probably have to be paid out on con
tracts. $20,271.20. Then thero were un
paid February bills amounting to $20,
000 qr more. '
Lucas said some Improvement!
would have to be foregone, If a general
cut was being made.
Adams suggested cutting out Knl
mukl work for the present, while pip
lng was being laid. He wanted to set
Walklkl road pushed to a finish.
There would also be the cost of the
Vahaulkl bridge and of Koolauloa
work to be though of soon. Election
expenses would come before long, an
item of about $25,000.
Adams thought tho County would
hnvo to keep pretty close to $35,000
Sam Johnson said Walklkl road work
could not bo stopped. It was on a
Some time was spent on Ma'rch es
timates and, finally, the read depart
ment was cut for March, from about
$20,000 to about $12,000,
March estimates amounted to $42,
CS5, a cut of nearly $10,500 from Febru
ary. On motion of Andrew Cox the Ha
waiian band will bo sent to Walalua
on Sunday, March 25.
A petition was received trom ou koo
laupoko cltliena, wanting Road Over
seer Peck exonerated. A appear!
above, he was O, K.'d before the peti
tion was read,
Wotd from Kancohe announced the
forming of an improvement club there,
with II. C. Adams, president; Frank
Pahla, vice-president; nnd Zachnrlah
McKcague, secretary and treasurer
They asked funds to carry out im
Present at. tho meeting were: Super,
visors E. It Adams, chairman; II. T.
Moore, Frank Archer. J. K. Paele, An
drew Cox and Jack Lucas, E. R. Blv
ens, John Hughes, County Attorney E
A. Douthltt, County Clerk Kalauoka
lanl, Clerk Buffandcau, Stenographed
Aca, Road Sueprvlsor Sam Johnson,
County Auditor Blcknell, W. Wolters,
Attorney R. I). Anderson, Ed, Towse,
I'. O, Voyes and members of the press.
At 11 p. m. the Board adjourned to the
Cth of March.
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We do all kinds of carriage repair well and reasonably, In our
fully equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Atakea 8ts, Also
carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of skill,
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under
take the building of Wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate and the servlc leaves nothing to be desired.
Schuman Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT & ALAKEA 8TS., NEXT TO HOL-
LINQER'8 SHOEING SHOP.
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j PHYSICAL' CULTURE
19 TURKISH BATHS i
I Prof. R. A. Woods j
I ROOMS 17 18 19 20 YOUNO BUILDING j
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A INew Man In Every Bottle.
r-OR 8ALR bVERYWIIERE
McPARLANE&Co., Sole Agents.
RUNKS CLOTHING PAJAMA8
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AND , AND NIGHT 8HIRT
38 , UNDERWEAR 8UIT CA8E8
02. FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Dldg. & 151 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG HoUL
DUILDINQ and PAINTING CONTRACTORS, House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tool fur.
ilshed. Cooks. Ynrdboy and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr, Walklkl road. Tel. White .2401. ,