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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 1806.
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Lessens Your Personality
That It what Ill-fitting, poorly made clothing doet for the wearer. In.
created Prettlge It the retult when you wear our clothing. Every article It
properly fitted before leaving the ttore. Why not get that kind?
Globe Clothing Co.
Cl Hotel Street.
SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a certain
Atlas Execution Issued out of tba Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, on the 9th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1906. In tho matter of A.
D. Porter and K. U. Porter, co-partner
doing business as tho Porter Furntturo
Company, Plaintiff, vs. Debora Pahau,
Mary Kahcla and Alex. Pahau, Defend
ants, I did, In tho District of Honolulu,
Island and County of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, levy upon and shall offer
for sale and sell at public auction, to
tho highest bidder, at the front en
trance of tho Capitol Dulldlng, In Ho
nolulu aforesaid, at 12 o'clock noon of
Saturday, the 17th day of March, A, D.
1906, all the right, title and Interest of
tho said Debora Pahau, Mary Kahcla
and Alex. Pahau, defendants, In and
to all the following described real pro
perty, unless the sum of Six Hundred
Twenty-two and 88-100 ($622.88) Dol
lars, that being amount for which said
Execution Issued, together with costs
and my fee and expenses aro previous
All tho right, title and interest of
Debora Pahau and Alex. Pahau, here
inafter described ,to wit:
1. Portion Apana 1, It. P. 1217, L.
C. A. 3685 13, area 1-4 ncrc, with lm-
tirnvAtnnnfa thftrtmn ntfiinfA nf Dbim.
Honolulu. 'County of Oahu. Territory c
of Hawaii, conveyed to Debora Pahau,
by deed recorded In the Hawaiian Reg'
Notice of Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Co,, Ltd,
Notice is hereby given that tho Wai
alua Agricultural Company. Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay the
whole of its bonds issued and dated
April 1, 1901. amounting to One Mil
lion Dollars ($1,000,000.00) upon the
1st day of April, 1906, and that said
bonds will bo paid with Interest to
April 1, 1906, upon presentation and
surrender thereof nt the office of the
Company, upon March 31, 1906 (said
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); and no
tice is further given that the said Wai
niua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will be in no wise chargeablo with In
teresi upon said bonds from and after
"aid first day or April, 1906.
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer,
Waialua Agricultural Company, Llm
Honolulu, T. H., February 24, 1906.
3316-to Mar 31
BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
At tho Annual Mealing of Share'
Istrv nf CnnvovnncMi In l.lhor IRS holdCTS Of C. BREWER & COM
tmon lie. . PANY, LTD.. held at the offlco of the
2. 1-4 interest of Debora Pahau corporation on February 10, 1906, tho
and 1-4 interest nf Alex, l'ahnu In Ihn following Officers wcro elected- 10
remaining portion of tho old Pahau " for tho ensuing year:
homestead In Knwolahao. Honolulu Charles M. Cook Pretldent
aforesaid, being a portion of It. P. 666. , Geo. H. Robertson
L. C. A. 2293, (o Kalalhcana, referred
to In trust deed recorded as aforesaid
In Liber 229, pago 400. I
3. 1-6 Interest of Debora PnhauJ,
and 1-6 Interest of Alex. Pahau, in that!
parcel of land In Kawolahao, Honolulu .
aforesaid, area 1264 square feet, de-l
scribed In R. P. 1944, L. C. A. 387 (Lot
4), conveyed to said defendant by deed '
of S. N. Castlo Est., Ltd., recorded as 3305-lm
aforesaid In Liber 203, page 34.
..Vice President & Manager
E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary
F. W. Macfarlan Auditor
P. C. Jones
Clarence H. Cooke, ..Directors
J. R. Gait
Honolulu, T, H February 12, 190(.
E. v. manor,
PROMOTION COMMITTEE DID
NOT DISCUSS SHIPPING
PLANS FOR ADVERTISING RE
WILL BE GIVEN TO
4. 1-6 Interest of Debora Pahau. and nAHll sugar company. LIMITED.
-. . ..- .-. .- ... .... ... ,
i'ii interest oi Alex, rannu in inai par-
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
eel of land In Kawalahao. Honolulu
aforesaid, area 9830 square feet, do-
scnuca in ueea or a. is. castle Est.. t .n . ,iiin -,,i ni n,o
Ltd.. recorded as aforesaid, In Liber nnmm, ,tockhoi,icrs' meeting of this
.58, pago 143. 'Company notice Is hereby given to all
u. .?.$ . i.r . . .. Tn1, holders of bonds of this Company
right, title and Interest of said Debora numLered from 1 to 780 both Inclusive
l'ahau, and of said Alex. Pahau, In and i nrn tho nmo fnr n.ivmnnt in
to the Estate of Hiram Kolomoku Pa- ,D0 Treasurer of tho Company at hU
uau uucvbicu, reierrco io in mm trust 0mcc n the Hackfcid Building, In
deed. Liber 229, pagO 400 aforesaid. Hnnnlnlil nn hn 1st ilnv nf Anrll. A. D.
The above described premises aro igoc- and notice Is also given that no
subject to mortgages to W. R. Castle, further Interest will be paid on bonds
for tho total sum of Five Thousand 'outstanding after sold 1st day of April
jiigui nuuurcu usjuu.uu) uunarB, an igno, as Interest will ceaso on said
of record In tho Office of the Hawaii- day. x
an Registry of Conveyances, In Liber W. PFOTENHAUER.
ZZI, pago 27; Liber 227, page 191, and Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd
in i.iDer Z3Z, page 91.
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, February 14,
OEO. C. SEA,
Deputy High 8he.riff, Territory
3307 Feb. 14, 28;' Mar. 16.
Owing to the unavoidable failure of
U. R. Stackable to be present to glvo
tho Information he has of tho plans of
tho Hill Steamship line to enter Ho
nolulu, the meeting of the Promotion
Comtnltteo yesterday afternoon was
not devoted to that subject as bad
been nlanned. Mr. Stackable sent word
by Mr. Waldron that It would not b
possible for him to bo present.
Dr. Emily Noble, from California,
came before the committee and asked
that her return fare to California be
provided by the committee In return
(or lectures that she plans to glvo
throughout the states concerning the
Hawaiian Islands. She Is in a posi
tion to advertise the Islands, she stat
ed. In various parts of tho United
States, and all that she would ask in re
turn would bo lantern slides and tho
payment of her fare back to San Fran
cltco. The members of tho'commltle')
told her they would be prepared to re
ply to her at their next meeting.
Publishers of the Paradise of the Pa
clfla have planned to issuo a special
edition of the magazine descriptive of
the Floral parade, and the Promotion
Committee will ' use Its Influence to
make the edition a success.
Replies to n circular letter Issued by
Secretary Wood Inviting various mlubs
ind Individuals to become Interested
In the Yacht race from San Francisco
to Honolulu In May were read. All of
hem were courteous and exhibited an
Interest In the event. Somo of them
were from lending men of the coun
try. Mr. Waldron submitted a report
concerning the entertainment of the
New Zealand football team, and this
was accompanied by a check of $40,
which lelt over after nil expenses were
paid. The money was turned over to
the general fund.
Permission was given by tho com
mittee to the new Centrnl Committee
of the various improvement clubs In
I use the promotion rooms for meetings.
Tho new organization will occupy the
rooms a meeting next Thursday even
ing. As the Oregon girls have been en
tertained by tho various other people.
It was decided by the committee mat
the members- would give a dinner for
them at the Moana Hotel at such a
time Is will oe convenient for the young
women. The guests will be 'limited
to tho Oregon girls, the members of
the committee nnd their wives and
n reporter from each of tho three dally
An effort Is being made by the com
mittee to get the next convention of
Hotel men for Honolulu. Encouraging
letters have been received from peo
ple on the coast concerning the mat
ter, nnd tho prospects for success seem
REPORTS FOR FEBRUARY
DETAILS OF 8TREET IMPROVE
MENT8 IN THE CITY FUR
NISHED BOARD OF
Honolulu Road Supervisor Sam
Johnson submitted the following to
tho Supervisors last night.
I herewith respectfully beg to sub
mit a statement of the most Important
work completed during the month ot
February. 1906, and a list of the most
'important work under construction at
tno present lime, una ino esuraiueu
expense for pay rolls and bills for ma
terials and' supplies, to carry on the
same during the month ot March,
Work Completed During Month of
Fcbrunry, 1906. Construction, con
crete storm drains, Wyltte street and
Kamehameha 4th road; erection. South
street bunkers; construction, storm
drain, Lunalllo street; curbing. Wilder
avenue; grading and Riling, Chrlstley
And a number of other light re
pairs, such as patching, denning,
sweeping, etc., mentioned In the
Work Under Construction nnd to be
Carried on During Month ot March,
1906. Macadamizing, River street,
Punahou street and Miller street; mac
adamizing and filling, I.tllha street ex
tension, Puunnl road, Wyllle street;
macadamizing, filling and oiling, Ilere
tanln street; grading, filling and lop
dressing, Foundry street; grading, fill
and top dressing, and oiling, Walklki
ELIEFORD FAKE WORKED
OFF ON LOS ANGELES PUBLIC
LEADING LADY SAID TO OBJECT
TO HONOLULU VISIT ALL FOR
THE FEAR OF AN UN-
The Ellcfords are playing nt a Los
Angeles theater and tho I-os Angeles
Herald prints the following advance
agent stult which doesn't necessarily
mean that Miss Chamberlain Is not
There Is troublo In the W. J. Ullo
ford company at the Grand open
hotlse. Not very scilous trouble, but
Just n little edge of excitement behind
l t. I.?1lpfnrf1 111 mnktnir nlnnM fnr
Sils regular trip to Honolulu with his
Mctta Chamberlain, tho leading
woman of the company, says she will
not go to Honolulu,
W. J. Elteford docs not want to
change leading women, because he is
more than satisfied with Miss Cham
berlain. And Prince Kakawaucn, away over
In Honolulu, Is the cause ot it all,
When tho Elleford company was In
Honolulu last summer tho prlnco with
tho unpronounceable name was a reg
ular attendant at the theatre. In fact,
he had a box reserved for htm threo
nights out of the week. Hence It wai
that be became very much devotod to)
Miss Chamberlain nnd kept sending
her flowers and paying her all sorts of
Now. although n Hawaiian prince It
,a prince In name only, ho Is a person
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as nersul
FROM 8AN FRANCI8CO:
ALAMEDA MAR. 2
VENTURA MAR. 14
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
SIERRA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
SONOMA APR. 25
ALAMEDA .' MAY 4
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
ALAMEDA MAR. 7
SIERRA MAR. If
ALAMEDA MAR. 28
SONOMA APR. t
ALAMEDA APR. IS
VENTURA AFR. 24
ALAMEDA .....MAY 9
FINE KOA FURNITURE FOR
TAXE8, MARCH 2nd, 1906.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1906.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the ageate
orepared to istne, to Intending pattengert, coupon through tickets, by tag
railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, ant tnM
New York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTIC UI JUIS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AQEN.T8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
AND TOYO KI8EN KAI8HA.
Bttamtrt of the above companies will call at Honolulu aM
Itavt this port on or about tho dates btlow mtntlontd: '
OR JAPAN AND CHINA.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC MAR. ('KOREA MAR. 1
MANCHURIA' MAR. 15
HONOKONO MARU MAR. 22
KOREA MAR. 29
COPTIC APR. 7
" Call it Manila.
road nnd Walalae road, construction, !f somo promlnenco socially, so his
concrcto storm drains, Pllkol street continuous presence at the theater was
and Hackfcid street, construction. a good thing for the Elleford com
concreto storm drains, llcrctnnln street Pany, nnd It was noticed by Honolulu
from Pcnsacola to Pllkol street; con- society. It was thereforo not contld
structlon. vnrlous sizes concrete pipe; trod surprising nt nil when ho nn-
nine rnnrrMn lirldco. near Mnnnn llo- noimccd. shortly before tllO conclusion
tel; repairs, Wnllupe road. if c Elleford season, that ho waj
And n number of repairs In the out- Bng iu give inc cuihiuh a laroweu
side districts of Moannlun, Mnnoi, dinner.
Minium. Tnntnlna 1n1nln Wnlnlnn 11 WBS SomCWIiat Surprising, now-
such ns cleaning, patching, grading ccr. although quite In lino with tho
C(c, conduct ot tno eccentric prince, mat
The (inarrlcs which arc In operation toward tho conclusion of the dinner
nt the present time to supply macadam ho rose to his feet and made a formal
for tho above mentioned work, arc: nnnouncemcni ui ma enKHgcmcm tu
South street bunkers, (coral for Wnl- Miss Chambcrlnln. That young woman
klkl road), Knluapalena quarry, Kn- was 100 mucn surprised to mane nny
llhl. Alewn. Mnklkl nnd Mollllll. .denial and hoping It was Intended at
Tho amount appropriated for the Jlo she passjAI It off.
Road Department for .the month of Tho prlnco did not consider It ns a
February was 120,000 out of which Jl. """I during the few days that
about $4,000 was spent on filling, grnd- he company remained there Mist
Ing nnd oiling the Walklki nnd Knl- Chnmberlaln was kept busy dodging
mukl roads, also erecting new bridge his scml-hlghness.
on the Walklki road. I That's why she refuses point blank
In vlow of the Urge amount of work ,1" so to Hqnolulu,
under construction at the present
time, and tho fact that tho next meet.1 miYlWEIl'C VC1D
Ing of the Bonrd of Supervisors ut IuAKAtTCLI 3 lEAK
which tho appropriations for tho next
month will bo mnde. does not occur , The annual meeting of tho Hawaiian
until the 6th of March, and not to hln- Sugar Co, of Makawcll, Kauai, was
der tho work of the department in the held Tuesday and the old omccrs
meantime, I herewith respectfully nsl: re-elected,
that tho Road Department bo allowed Manager B. D. Baldwin says In his
to continue work on n basis ot 117,500 report:
rcr month, for tho month of March. I The nasbvear has not been ns favor
I90G I would also ask that the Board able for growing crops at Makawcll as
pass a resolution allowing the said de- tho previous year. The cold weather
partment to contlnuo work on tilt In tho beginning of tho year retarded
Walklki and Kaimukl roads, the tho growth of our late planted fields
amount expended to bo drawn out ol and the lcnf.Jiopper attacked these
COPTIC MAR. U
SIBERIA MAR. 21
AMERICA MARU MAR. 31
MONGOLIA APR. 7
CHINA APR. 14
ror gtntral Information apply to
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,,
Tho undersigned, on behalf ot James
L. Holt, Assessor of tho First Taxa
tion Division of the Territory of Ha
waii, will offer for Bale and wilt sell at
public auction to tho highest bidder, at
his salesroom on Knahiimanu street,
Honolulu, County of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii on March 2nd, 1906, the fol
lowing described property, towlt:
one (1) Koa Desk, four (4) Koa
Tables, and Blxtecn (16) Koa Chairs.
The abovo described property being
distrained for delinquent taxes ot
Fong In Company for tho ;car 1905,
samo will bo sold without reserve
under section No. 1271 ot tho Revised
Laws of Hawaii, and a bill of Bale from
the Assessor will vest title In-tho pur
chaser, (Signed) JAMES F. MOROAN.
For and on behalf of James L. Holt,
Assessor of the First Taxation UI
vision. 3316 5t
Advertisement for Proposals. Ho
nolulu. Hawaii, February 23rd, 1906.
Scaled proposals will bo received at
UiIb building until 2 o'clock p. m.. Mon
day March 5th. 1906, for furnishing
tights. Ice, miscellaneous supplies,
waBhlng towels, hauling ashes, and
hh Inkling streets for this building
during tho fiscal year ending Juno 30;
1907. or such portion of tho year as
may be deemed advisable. Tho right
to reject any and all bids is reserved
Uy tho Treasury Department. JOSEPH
O. PRATT. Custodian. 3316
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd.,
will bo held at tho office and principal
place ot business of the corporation,
Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, on
Wednesday. February 28th. 1900, at 10
o'clock a. m. Tho stock books ot tho
corporation will be closed for trans'
fcrs on Thursday, February lBtn, at
12 o clock m.
By order of Ihe Board of Directors.
E. E. PAXTQN,,
Honolulu, February 14th, 1906
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
LIHUE PLANTATION CO., LTD.
At the regular annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the Llhue Plantation
Comrany, Limited, held nt the office
or II. Hackfcid & Co., Honolulu, on
the 2Ut dny of .February, 1900, tho fol
lowing persons were elected directors
to serve for the ensuing year, viz.:
Hans Itenbtrn Director
C. M. Cooke Director
D. P. R. Itenberrj Director
A. 8. Wllvox, ,....DIrector
W. PtotenhaJer Director
W. H. Rice Director
W. C. Parke .....Director
W. C. PARKE.
Secretary. Llhuo Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, February 20, lUOii.
8TOCK D00K8 CLOSED.
Tho stock boy lis of the Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., will bo closed for transreri
from Feb. 26th. to Mar. 1st, 1906, both
Treasurer, Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Btseball Association will be held
at the Young Hotel on Wednesday,
Februaty 28, 1906, at 5 o'clock.
D. P. R. ISBNBERO,
3316 td Pretldent.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
LIHUE PLANTATION CO., LTD.
At the annual meeting of tho Board
of Directors of tho Llhuo Plantation
Co., Ltd., held at the offlco of H.
Hackfeld & Co.. Honolulu, on tho 21st
day of February, 1906, tho following
ofllctrs were elected to servo for tho
ensuing year, viz.;
Hans Itenberg pretiaent
C. M, Cooke. ...1t Vice Pretldent
D. P. R. Itenberg f ..... .
2nd Vice Pretldent
W, Pfotenhauer .Treaturer
Armln Haneberg Auditor
W. C. PARKE,
Secretary, Llhue Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, February 26, 1906.
Editor Evanlng Bulletin! Tho
planter want those 1000 Portuguese
rnmllles and are willing -to pay for
Ihflm, but thiKTcrrltory wanta them
much worBe than tho Planters!
Those finoO people will mean much
more to1 the Territory than tho 1000
laborers among them will mean to the
t'lantctrt, yet the Territory will get
them for nothing!
Everyone, will bnck.up our Governor
nn the proposition th'nt wo want Set
tlers rather than laborers. At the same
tltnv they think It Is up to the govern
ment to do Its share, In finding tho
iionolulu, Feb. 26.
n i '
MEETING WTHE DAR
The regular quarterly meeting of tin
Bar Association will be held nt Re
publican headquarters this afternoon
nt 4 o'clock. ,
The following amendments to tne
Constitution have besro proposed, and
will he considered ut this meeting.
Article 4. paragraph 1, to read as fol
lows: "Tho annual meeting of this Asso
ciation siiull bo held on tho last Wed
nesday of the month of July In each
and fvery year. Special meetings
may be called nt any time at the writ
ten rcouest of not less than five mem-
lr of the Association, utter one
week's notice thereof being first glcn
to each member by tho Secrctnry, stat
ing tho object of such meeting; pin.
vided. however, that nt tho written re
quest of not less than ten members,
special meetings may be called on
Miorter notice, to bo given ns moic-
Article ,6, to read as follows:
There snail ne an numission oi nvu
the Special Road Tax Fund.
same fields severely. However, tho
tcarlr nlantcd fields and tho ratoons
although they suljcrcd considerable
from leaf-hopper attacks, wcro not
(lAmficeil In nnv ereat extent.
I It Is gratifying to report that tho
outDut of tho past grinding season, In-
Walluku. Maul. Feb. 26.-John PI- f''" "'" "a ""b,n? ""IS
PICitNGO WILL RECOVER
(Bptclal to The Uulltttn)
canco, who was rtruck with n pick nxc
was 21,222 tons of sugar. Tho average
HILL STEAMER RUMOR
lUHLU, W11U M UIULK Willi II !IK WAV .., n, ,,-, irrt..ht
by Lul2 Rosarlo last Friday morning.. S'p" pf!""00'llnh'",cr0.n ""Sd
while working on new lao road. Is lm- f. Z L id , rln gP tho la.
proving. The doctors have hopes that f"'"BnlIe T, ,', I'.mnai o in J.
b. will pull through. HI, injuries were u70m i'lVs'wns Xcted greX
not serious as was at first sup- 1&Z I
huscii. . Wj.cn .ini0 nnii iai,or permit we Pr-
Iposo to build two small reservoirs of
about flvo million gallons capacity.
each on the upper lands of tho Camp
J VI and Camp Vll Ridges. We have
The Chronicle of Feb. 16, soys: been obliged nt times to irrigate ut
A persistent rumor was abroad In night; with tho old of the nboc pro-
railroad nnd steamship circles jester- posed reservoirs, all Irrigation can bo
day to the effect that James J, Hill done in tho day tlmo on theso two
of tbe Great Northern has it In mind ridges.
to plnco a line of steamers In eervlco
cry shortly betwern this port and
Honolulu, entering Into, competition
with the Pacific Mall and the Ocean I u
steamship companies. As thcro Is no
ALOHA ORFfiON GIRLS
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. COi
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Coast
Prom New York to Honolulu
8.8. "MASSACHUSETTS- to sail MAR. 10
8.8. "CALIFORNIAN" to tall APRIL 9
Freight received at all times at the Company'! Wharf, 41st Street, atotdsj
Prom San PrancUco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEBRASKAN" to tall MAR. 1
8.8."NEVADAN" to tall MAR. 22
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Oreenwich Street,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Snn Pranclaco.
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" to sail MARCH 11
8.8. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
Prom Seattle nnd Tacoma to Honolulu
8.8. "NEVADAN" via San Francisco, to tall MAR. IS
8.8. "NEDRA8KAN" to sail APRIL 9
For further Information aly, M
C. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld Se Co., Lt
Gtntral Frtlght AgtnL AGENTS, HONOLULU.
rr is , gg
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. . ,
and calling -t Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and BrUbaae, eat
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, vis.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, D. C.i From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney) ' (For victoria and Vancouver, B. C.T.
AORANOI MAR. 10 MIOWERA MAIL T
MIOWERA APRH 7 MOANA. APRIL i
MOANA MAY s'mAIICNO MAY I.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Itatet ail
Europe. For Freight and Pauay and all general information apply U
Theo. H. Davl i & Co., Lid. Qeieral Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street.
BRANCH HU8TACE PECK CO., LTD,
Having baggage contracts with the following Steamship Co.'s Llneta
Oceanlo Steamship Co. Pacific Mall 8tcamshle Co.
Oecld' ital & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship Ce.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving ri the troikla
and annoyance ot checking on tbe wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above comp .ot and aeier
ered with quickness and dispatch at yrur homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
Walluku. Maul. Feb. 20. While thn
General officer of the Great Northern Oregon girls may havo been charmed
or any other Hill enterprise In tho with the beauties of Honolulu, the
city ut present, It wns Impossible yes- balmy air of Walklki, the cool breezes
tcrday to obtain any definite state- of Nuuatiu Hut, tho winding heights
metit, pro or con, concerning tho of Tantalus, yet If they should return
rumor. to Portland without giving Maul .1
At the offlco of the Oceanic Stcntn- visit, tney will havo mlsBed half tin
,hlp Company It was stated by J. I), pleasures of n trip to Hawull, Tho
Sprcckcls, Jr., that Biich rumors hno natural scenic beauties of Maul cannot
been In tho air for many months. In jo duplicated by Oahu. even Huleakalu,
some cases Hill being mentioned as one of tho great wonders ot the world,
the man behind the contemplated lino, is alone worth rrnsslng tho Pacific,
and at other times other Interests be. Hut the thousand nnd one natural Loan
ing credited with tho purpose of en- ties of lao Valley cannot bo realized
icrlng Into the competition for tho until one Is thcro feasting his or her
Anicrlcan-Hnwatlan travel nnd freight, eyes on the wonderful surroundings
Of late, Mr. Sprcckcls stated, nothing until one's soul Is bodily transferred,
t substance has seemed to attach to as It were, with "Alice In Wondci-
the rumors, and tho olllclals of tho land " And tho Walluku luuus too
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice Pretiaent; J. L. MoLeasy
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedgt, Auditor; Frank HutM
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
, DEALER8 IN '",T
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coat.
AL80 WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN tM.
dollars l5.00), and annual dues of , "ow ,"e'nB operated havo not glv- cannot be excelled elsewhere,
two doilnri and fifty cents ($2.50). both themselves any concern In the mnt-i . - .
payable In advance."
Editor Evening Bulletin. Referring
to Vie article In this morning's paiiei
headed "Gloves were ivepi iiusy; jiyr-
MADE GOOD TIME.
According to tho following Hem pub-
tie UoathousQ Scene ot Good lloxlng. ' I gnrded as much of a probability.
At the 1'aclflr Mall Steamship Com
pany's ofilces Edwin Oreett, asaistunt
to General Manager Schwcrln. stated Bhed In the San Francisco Call of
that ho had heard nothing whatever February 20, tho bark Kalulanl nnd
of such rumors recently. He statej tho barkentlno Archer mndo rapid
th:. such a movo wns always con. trip to tho coast;
slired In tho light of n possibility. -Tho bark Kalulanl. which arrived
but that It lias not lately been ro- yesterday from Honolulu with 44,000
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newB of the day. For SI '
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
rou might add that the -nornlng paper
man omitted, namely the action of the
captain of tho Myrtle Boat Club In
calling the attention of Messrs. "Good
Doxers" to the sign over the door
'Non-Members Keep Out" and notify
ing them that their presence was not
wautod. The Club docs not wish to
Identify Itself with this class ot sport
nnd this means was taken to put a
ttop to It.
(Signed) T. v, KiNU,
bags of sugar, mado a splendid pass'
pure distilled waU'
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric C
Kewalo, Telephone Blue Hit
H, J, NOLTE.
At the local offices of the Great ago. but was a day longer on tho way
Northern Company it was stated yes- than tho barkentlno Archer, which ar
terday that while such a move might rived hero Sunlay. Tho Kalulanl was
be under contemplation, no knowledge sixteen days coming from tho Island
of It was had here, and tho local oftlto port, which sho left In company with
ecems to doubt rather than to credit tho Archer. The two vessels were In
tho rumor. company off this port on Sunday morn.
t ing, but the Archor got a lucky slant
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS, of wind, which brought her In through
tho Golden Gato and loft the Kalulanl
The latest fiction, tho largest as- outsldo until yesterday. In addition
kortment of Hawaiian postals. Island to her cargo tho Kalulanl brought a
Capt. Myrtle Boat Club, curios, etc. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. number of passengers."
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Ccr-J
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Yo i Oct
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Beaver Lunch Rooni
The Bike Doctor. 1 have a l
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ed. Two Btoret; 16 Klig It?
' Hotel near River.
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