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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, MARCH 2, 1906.
Llhue, Kauai, H. T., February 9, 1906.
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: Yours 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 mites 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. HOOO,
Manager Kauai Telephone Co.
To Be Had In 56 Gal, Drums At
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
In accordance with demand we have arranged for regular ship- Q
: ments of SNAPPER from the Colonies and have Just received a fresh
Standing orders may now bs placed with the assurance of being a
1 promptly filled. ' Jf
All who are acquainted with the delights of SWAPPER eating ?
1 will be glad to hear of this arrangement and we guarantee that the J
1 fish will be all that It should be n t'ze, quality and preparation. 9
1 If you have never tasted SNAP'PER this Is the tlrro to do so.
I You are certain to like It and to order more. GIVE IT A TRIAL. 0
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
We have Just received a splendid
new line of Japanese Matting which Is
by far the finest consignment we have
ever had sent us. This matting Is of
excellent quality and I. In plain, col-1
ored and figured styles. Ope of the
handsomest patterns lsa role bamboo
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m,i.,i i. miv H-"'jr ..u u.r.
Ing. It will pay you to Inspect these
goods. We have also a choice assort
ment of matting rugs, etc
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
A Superior Light to all others,
Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air leas and has no Injurious
effects on the eyes.
For further particulars Inquire at
Also Calcium Carbide of all sizes, In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grade of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record aMr. 1, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p, m,
Frederic W Hardy to Yip Slug and
Est of 11 P Bishop by trs to Polly
A Lewis Jr to Fanny IIulu U
Mary Gorman to John K ilansmann.l)
Peter C Jones Ltd to Win Welsharth
Wm Wflsbarth and wf to II Water
bouse Tr Co Ltd . M
Manuel Uonsnlvts to 'Miguel Clmba-
rla ' I.
Wra L Peterson to Mary E Fostor. .,D
Entered for Record Mar. 2, 1906,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Esplnda Minors by gdn to Hannah
Augustus F Knudsun to liana Cooke
Stephen Malum hi to James D Cook.. I,
Sarah R Kay to Stephen Mahaulii
The BU8INE88 MAN'S HANDY IN.
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
cal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 Per yr.
'PHONE, MAIN 149
Will bo received at the office of tho
County Clerk, County of Oaliu, until
12 noon of March Ctb, 190C, for tho
erection and completion of a rein-
forced concrcto bride, at Kalpapau,
iHauula Homestead, Koolauloa.
j ,,,, nnJ ipccWcllttoll, nro on
at the offico of tho County Clerk.
minltteo on Iloads Bridge.
and Parks reserve tho right to roject
any and all tenders received
Certified check for 10 per cent of
the amount of tho hid, payablo to the
Coucty clerk of tho County of Oahu,
must accompany all ltdB,
B. II. ADAMS,
Committee on Iloads, Bridges and
S318-Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1, 2, 3, C.
Wilt be received at the office of the
Comity Clerk, County of Oaliu, until
12 noon of March Mh, 1900, for the
erection and completion ot a reinforced
concrete bridge, King street, Kahaulkl,
Plans and specifications are on file
at the olfice of the County Clerk.
The Committee on Roads, Bridges
and Parks reserve the right to reject
any and all tenders received.
Certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount of tho bid, payable to ihe
County Clerk of tho County ot Oaliu
must accompany all bids.
E. R. ADAMS,
Committee on Roads, Bridges and
Help For AH
Tra.it Milk Htifl.ttrcJ
DONT SUFFER ANY MORE.
PILE8 LEAD TO CANCER.
SORE8 LEAD TO A MISERABLE
8KIN DI8EA8ES LEAD TO LEP-
Wallace's fjidian Remedies
will save you If, you but try to save
For sale by all druggists and put up
by Honolulu Remedy Co,
FRESH MU8HROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
JTBkT- Fine Job Printing at the Bui
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If you have never tried
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do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whsr.
For sate at all leading hotels and
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 110.
NEW - TO-DAY
The undersigned, ns ndmlnlstralor
with tlio Will annexed, ot the Estate
of M, M. E8TEE, deceased, offers for
sale the private Library of the de
ceased, comprising a valuable collec
tion of Law Hooks arid miscellaneous
literature. No bid will be accepted for
the name, or any part thereof, which
shall be less than the appraised value
as per appraisement now on fllo In the
Clerk's Onice of the Circuit Court for
this Circuit The undersigned reserves
tlio right to reject any and all bids,
whether the same exceed said appraise
ment or not. For further particulars
npply to the undersigned at bis office In
the Judiciary Ilulldlng. Honolulu,
3321-lOt J J. DL'NNIJ.
The Orelg brothers. C. D. and W. H.
Grelg, part owners ot Fanning Island,
arrived In this city this morning In
the Alameda from San Francisco,
whither they went with the idea ot
raising capital for the purpose ot
buying out tho Berkeley Interests In
The Grclgs will remain In town for
about a week. Intending to take pas
sage for Fiji In the Aornngl.
While In Honolulu thev will con
sider propositions for buying up Fan
ning and developing -the copra busi
ness. In other words, they are looking
tor an opportunity to secure control of
the island and they, havo canvassed
Sydney, New South Wales, and San
Francisco for the capital. Now they
will try Honolulu. The best ot tha
three propositions- will be accepted and
a syndicate ot Sydney, San Francisco
or Honolulu men, as the case muy bo,
will boom Fanning for nil It Is worth
It Is said that thero Is an attempt
being made to remove the man now in
charge of Funning. It Is alleged that
lie Is Incapablo of properly handling
the business ot the Island,
The Grclgs. It is believed, are tak
ing steps to effect a change there. Ber
keley, mentioned above. Is the man who
bought out the Interests In Fanning of
James JilcKnclI, Auditor ot the County
HO! FOR JHE SKATES
Mr. "Tony" Marcalllno hns been eri
gaged by the Honolulu roller skating
rink hul to take charge of the new
rum. me bkiiivs are ueiiig opened up
and gotten ready for tomorrow after
noon. Many aie going to try their
luck in the irfternoon, so that In the
evening they can skate circles around
their frlemU who will be trying for
the first llmf- A hlinrl. mil lino ItAAii
put along the walls to assist the be-
niiiiii'is hiiu win ue very popular, no
doubt, at (list. Hut skating Is easily
learned and It will piove n fascinating
The opening ovcnlng, tomorrow, will
be enlivened by a band, so that tin
ikatcrs can keep time to the ralsuc.
The Actlnir flnvprnrt, la Ihib.. ...nclr-
ing on a mass of correspondence which
huh uccumuiaieu in tne Kxecutlve of
fice. In tho mpnntlmM tin atntna in. I.
also working on the Immigration and
icnooi matters, superintendent of
Public Instruction lllllihltt la wnrlilni.
on, certain figures dealing on the teach-
ii ijuuBiiuii, nuicn no win suumii to
Mklnson as soon as they are leady.
As a neero headed the list of ril?.
Ibles for a position on the Seattle pu-
ice lorce ne was appointed and his
ppolntment has created come excltc
nent Ills general grade was 89.20
, nd his physical 85,
For Wnnt Column See Pnee Six
ROOM AND BOARD.
'loom and board for 2 gentlemen at
im King St. 3321-lm
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Flist quarter of tbo moon, March 2
Friday, March '2.
S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, from San
Frar.clsco. 8:30 a. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 5:55 a. m.
Friday, March 2.
Stmr. Manna Loa. Slmcrson, for
Mnul and Hawaii ports, noon.
Stmr. Claudlne. Parker, for Maul
ports, 5 p, in.
a. a. Korea. Scaburv. for San Fran-
Cisco, 3 p. m.
From Kauai ports, today, per stmr,
W. O. Hall. It. O. Henderson and MV
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures G a. h., 70f 8 a. m.,
73; 10 a. m 75; soon, "C; mornln
Barometer, 8 n. in., 30.11; absolute
humidity. 8 a. m.. 4.337 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in ,
01 per cent; dew point, 8 a in., 53.
Wind 0 n. m., velocity 3, direction
E.; 8 a. m., u-loclty C. direction E.'
10 a. m., velocity 9, direction E.; noon,
velocity 10, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a
m., .04 Inch.
Total .wind movement during 21
hours en'ded at noon, 201 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
8cctlon Director, U. S. Weather Bu
NO WAR THREATENED
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
their lot, and are growing more so
tach day. Peace and good order pre
vails throughout tho Islands, and there
are more people at work and fewer
ladrones now than there havo ever
"Hcnlly the outlook in the Islands
has never been mora promising thsu
It Is today. Tho building ot 1200 miles
ot railways authorized by the Govern
ment nt Washington and the Philip
pine Government will open up much
country that bas heretofore been lu
asccs8ible, and will give employment
to mnny. In addition to bringing In
many pcoplu for purposes of construc
tion. "I sec It frequently asserted nt homo
that tho Filipinos do not work. Tho
answer to this allegation Is that they
aro at work and will continue to work.
Tho new street railway built In Ma
nila was constructed nlmost entirely
by native labor. Under the direction
of Americans tho road was built at
about GO per cent ot Its estimated cost.
Tha Dagupan and Manila railway has
been reconstructed and Is being oper
ated by natives. In tbo construction
of the military station at Fort McKln-
ley, near Manila, the work was dona
largely with natives. Tho mechanic
Jn the Quartermaster's Department are
largely natives in Manila and also la
Cavlte. The mechanical work ilono in
the Government printing offlco and
nlso In the three dally papers Is dona
by natives. So you will sec that they
arc v, oi king, and working satisfactory
"It vtua mado my duty as command
er of the forces of the Philippines In
unify the military organizations, tho
scouts, the constabulary and the reg
ular at my In support, of tho civil gov
ernment In maintaining order In tho
Islands, This has been Accomplished
with excellent results, anil General
Wood, who succeeded me, will extenu
ate this policy. So all elements ot gov
ernment civil and milltaiy nrn work
ing in hearty accord for the upbuilding
of the Philippine Ulands. Tho chiircl)
n nd the press and the educational de
partment aie also working in perfect
"There Is onn thing I will heartily
recommend, 'and that Is that all tlw
cctistabulary and scouts bo combined
and the expenses met by .tlio National
Government. Thero hro about 5000 at
each of these, and tho Island Govern
ment Is compelled to meet the expense
of the constabulary, which Is too heav
a drain on IL It Is. only right that
tne nation snouid fiirnisn an the mil
Itaty, and if this la done, the local gov
ernment would havo mote money for
schools nnd for harbor 'Improvement,
which Is needed,"
When asked It he knew anything
about the Intention of tho Government
regarding tho military improvements
to be made near Honolulu, General
"No, I know but little concerning
the Intention ot the military authori
ties on these Islands."
General Corbln is a man of much
personality, and Impresses one at
once In a favorable way. Ills high
mllltnry rank does not prevent his be
ing courteous and obliging, and ho
lacks all the snobbishness that Is often
found In the frali gradualo from West
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin!
OUR GREAT ANNUAL
IS NOW ON
For One Week Only
GREAT REDUCTION IN ALL LINES
''''t 5kaas9?A7 f''"'f
National Stock Company
AND TOMORROW EVENING
By The Sea
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
ADMISSION 25 CTS.
POPULAR PRICES: 2Sc- 60c. 76c,
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681
Headquarters for automobiles with
i splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
iON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
Telephone Main 78
Citv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDER8 DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
F. D. WICKE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
0flfc and Store Fining, Cablntt Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
J82 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. V
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phono Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
! suits everyone's taste Is the
ied by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
W, G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE. 8MITH ST.
Bet, HOTEL and PAUAHI
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW Ql DI8PLAY.
LARGE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU 8T.
TELEPHONE WHITE 716.
W5VW 1 .at
2 Main Events
Hawaiian Opera tee
March 3rd. 1906
DILL NUIHUI vs. DICK 8ULLIVAN,
Honolulu. 8an Francisco,
15 Round! for Lightweight Champion
YOUNQ NELSON vs.
IS Round, Featherweight Champion,
KAHAULELIO vs. ARE NELSON,
Tho Wild Swan U.8.S. Iroquois
0 Rounds for Heavyweight Champion,
Tickets for sals at Wall, Nichols Co,
Thursday, March 1st,
wAdmtsalon 50c, $1, $1.50, Stage
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
a BATHINQ AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kino; Sts.
PHONE MAIN 3I
No Cash Required
Tho Iionunon-Earle Directory Com
puny desires to notify tho public that
no cM4i pnjmeut Is required for their
Directory for 1SOG-I007 or for adver
tising therein until the book Is pub
lisheil, delivered and found to be sat
Isfnrtory In overy respect
I.. M, LEMMON, '
OnACK M. EAULE.
That all men's palates are pleased
wun ine uro served ny ine
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL BTf
"HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY' of every capacity and dc
Krlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVeVED PIPES for Irrlgctlor
purootea a toeclalty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and rpalr
xacitW t shortest notice.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
o J UST OPENED
Clothlnn, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1003-1013 Nuuanu 8t corner
King. P. O. Box 953, Honolulu, H.T.
IH)T-"For Rent" cards on sals at
tne Duliotln office.
847-857 Kaahumanu Strut
P. O. BOX 894.
TEL. MAIN TaV
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY
ON 8ATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1908,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Railway Wharf, I will sell at
Public Auction for account of whom
It may concern:
2870 Bbls Lime
Damaged ex S. S. "Texan" lately oa
Lime can now be seen at the wharf.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
COR. KEEAUMOKU & YOUNG STS.
TUE8DAY, MARCH 6, 1906.
12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Under Instructions from tho GER
MAN CONSULATE, I shall sell oa
nbovo date, those two valuablo prop
1. Mnknt Ewa cofior of Young am
Kccaumoku streets, occupied by Mr.
Craig, known as tho "Wilbelm Homo
sli'od." Lnrgo lot.
I. No. 1418 Young street i-room
cottage. Lot 7CxlS0.
JA3. F. MORGAN,
MONDAY, MARCH B, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tho resldenco of tho lato Prince
A. Kunulakea, Achl Lane, Palama,
near King street Flro Station,
Linen, Buggies, Harness, Etc.
JAl F. MORGAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
Re sure your ticket reads via the
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A.,
1 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
.LIHI, and other desirable localities
Also 1 JUHP-SBA'l' nUCkOARD,
.cond-hand; good as new.
-THE COBWER CAFE,,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co,, Props.5
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
lor, BERETANIA and EMMA STS.
23y-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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