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RVENINO nUlARTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, MARCH 3, 1900.
Llhue, kaual, H. T., February 9, 1906.
Messrs. E, O. Halt & 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 glv
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 spied 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. HOGG,
Manager Kaual Telephone Co.
To Be Had In 56 Gal. Drums At
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
If you have never tried
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor whir
For sale at all leading hotels and
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
3 . "IH
A In accordance with demand we have arranged for regular ship
a ments of SNAPPER from the Colonies and have Just received a fresh
Standing orders may now bt placed with the assurance of being
J promptly filled.
All who are acquainted with the delights of SNAPPER eating
V will be glad to hear of this arrangement and we guarantee that the
W fish will be all that It should be n tze, quality and preparation.
9 If you have, never tasted SNAPPER this Is the time to do so.
You are certain to like It and to order more. GIVE IT A TRIAL.
J M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
'PHONE, MAIN 149
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
W. C. PEACOCK &. CO., LIMITED.
p. n. a m,
6 n II Jt
p. m. ft m.
6 to! 6
11.4 I 40 17 o i S to t 05
T to t.l ) U ll o 04
1 ' I
III t 6 ion J) 0 !9
jtol 6 l I It. t tl
' l 1 I
to l I. I , 6 t IS 4 II
10 4 li ! tl 6 t6 I l
Klmt quarter of tlio moon, March 2.
T ho tides at Kanulul and Illlo occur
about aii hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10a 30m
(lower Ihau Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Too
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., whlcb
I the surae as Qreenwlsh. Oh Om.
Whitney & Marsh
At the adjourned annual Meeting of
tho Stockholders of the W ,C. I'KA
COCK & CO., LIMITED, hold at tho
oinre of V. C. l'EACOCK & CO.. I.IM
1TK1), Honolulu, on Saturday, March
3d, 1906, the following officers were
elected to servo for the ensuing year:
Alexander Garvle ...a. President
Jas. L. Cockburn. .Vice President
J. Q. Rothwell Treasurer
C. 8. Weight Secretary
Allen W, T. Bottomley... .Auditor
The above named officers constitute
the Hoard of Directors for tho same no
rlod. C. S. WK10HT,
Secretary, W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Honolulu. March 3d, 190C.
3322 Mar. 3. 5, C.
Saturday, March 3.
Stmr. Ke An Hon, Tullett, from Ka
ual ports, 12 a. m.
llkt. Kcho, I.nwson, from Taltal, 9:30
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
OUR GREAT ANNUAL
IS NOW ON
For One Week Only
GREAT REDUCTION IN ALL LINES
847-857 Kaahumanu StriBt
P. O. BOX 694. TEL. MAIN Tt
MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1906.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tho residence of the late Prlnco
A. Kunulakea, Achl Lano, Patatna,
near King street l'lro Station,
Linen, Daggles, Harness, Etc.
KIPAHULU SUGAR COMPANY.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 2, 1936, I
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
John C Quintal and wf to Mary A Lo
pez ct nl I)
Ulslop & Co ;u Walter M Clifford. .AM
Lalka Trunk et nl to Wm HIchmund.DA .
Mary J Montano et at by comr to I
Mary B Foster D
Kahl hy nfft Affdt
D N I'olnalo et al to Elizabeth K 011
Elizabeth K (lllllaud and hsu to Wil
liam Henry M
Est of S C Allen by trs to Kapea Ka
Sarah E Duncan et al by corns to I
B Peterson r
1 11 Peterson to Yong Veo Sou M
Entered for Record March 3, 1906,
1 From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
K Knust and wf to John Kmmeluth !
Amanda C Hendricks to Mary I)
V It Hendricks nnd wf to Maty D I
Est of F C W Iluchhultz, by adinr to
(Uorge Ilodlek .' 1
Por Want Column See Page Six
Wur.denberg residence, Deretanla St.
Nine rooms completely furnished.
Four o six months, Address C. II. F.
this olllce. 3322-tf
At the adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of tho KlpnhulitlSti
gar Company, held this day at the of
fice of II. Hackfeld & Company, Lim
ited, the following officers were elected
to servo for tho ensuing year:
J. F. Hackfeld President
Paul R. Isenberg. .Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
A. Haneberg Auditor
Tho above ofllcers constituting tho
Ilontd of Directors,
Honolulu, March 2nd. 1900. 3322-31
From Illlo nnd way ports today, per
stmr Klnnu Mrs. H. T. Weathcrrcd.
Mlsg Molllo Proebstcl, Miss Kay Nash,,Y
.Miss -Minnie s. runups, .miss aiue
Madlgan. Miss Blanche Urown, Miss
1). Courtcmunchc, Miss Edna Parsley,
Mlscs Kfllc Mac Kink, Miss Florence
Hcavren, Miss Emllle Crosscn, J. Ir
win Donning, Geo. Andrews, Mrs. II.
S. Taylor, O. II. Strong, Mrs, O, II.
Strong. It. C. A. Peterson, W. I).
Turk, Mrs. W. I). Turk, J. II. Long,
J. Q. llullcn, O. W. -Tschtidl, M. W.
Tschudl. L. A. Thurston, Dr. A. Irwin,
J. A. lloss, Mrs. J. A. lloss, Oliver
Jones. 3. II. Hare, Mrs. F. W. Carter.
Miss Mary Williams, Sam wo cnan,
Mrs. Sam Wo Chan, Master Chti Sam,
Mrs. T. Sill. Mlrs Chit Kntt, .Miss Cltu
Kin. Master Clm Chan, F. L, Winter,
v. I. Drake. J. Jorgcnson, .Mrs. J. Jor
gensen, C. W Ashford, V. A. Hnmsay,
E. E. Oldlng. Mrs II II Ilenton, .Miss
ltlrth Ilenton Miss Mary Hcnlon, Miss
Elizabeth ltenton, Miss A. Mini, II.
E. Picker. J. T Taylor, Wm. Knott
F. U Stack. C Hoy.
A Temple of Laughter
Thursday March 8th.
Flvv-rooin furnished cuttngo at Cot
tage Orove. Inquire No. S. 3322-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
The Skating Itlnk Is In full swing.
A big crowd Is Inking advantage of the
I afternoon opening to get used to tho
',ii...c ixtio lights wcro turned on
UOOM AN D1IOAII1) . .c 'Inst night nnd found to be fully ade-
.Moilern nnd homelike, with private fiuato to flood tho big hall with light.
family. 772 Hellbron Ave. off Klnau. The management have arranged tho
3322 lw following prices and hours of opening:
i i ' Admission In tho evening, 25c, and lino
of ckatcs, 15c. extra. Seals frco on
tho grand stnnd. Admission mornings
' and afternoons will bo tho same 2Gc.,
The St. Umls Collego band will but no extra chargo for use of skates.
glie a public concert on the College Tho Itlnk will be open three morn-
cumr.tts this evening at 7 o'clock, as ngg a week, but will bo reserved for
Schlogel Saturday at 10 a. m. Weekday after-
KEEAUMOKU & YOUNQ ST3.
U, S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures 0 a. m., 70; 8 n, m.
73; 10 a. m., 7C; noon, 77; morning
Barometer. S n. m. 30.08; nlisolut'
humidity, 8 a. m., 0.G2O grains pel
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in.
CI per cent; dew point, 8 n. m CI.
Wind C a. m velocity 0, direction
U; 8 n m.. velocity 9, direction E.; 10
li. m., velocity 13, dliectlun E.; noou
velocity 12, direction N. E.
Halnfall during 21 hours cmlcd 8 a.
m.. oOl Inch.
Total wind movement during -'
hours ended at noon, 21G miles
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Du
Saturday March I Oth.
One of the Greatest Musical Events
of the season, with a cast of favorites
and FIFTY IN CHORU8I
A. E. KlURPHY.
Guy Llvlncston J. Hastings Howland
J. Walter Doyle J. C. Johnston
Al. H. Moore Robt. W. Whits
SOLOISTS J. D. Dougherty and A.
Dillingham Quartet, Bruce Hart
mann, Hugo Herzer and Comedy Quar
CLOSING PIECE FULL -JJJ2
ggr OF SURPRISESI
Box Office at Wall, Nichols Co., op
ens Monday March 5, at 9 a. m.
Stage Director J. D. Dougherty
Mllv.-aul.ee, Feb. 18 Dorothy Ttf follows; thu ladles only Tuesday. Thursday and ValUJo, Feb. 17. Whllo tho offlclulil
nant, the star of (korgc Ade's "The Mr,-ch The Swallows' Schlogel Saturday at 10 a. m. Weekday after- of tho Mare Island navy yard deny that
College Widow," who has been report- 0erture lgnetle Heyer noons for all comers at 2 p, m., and J special preparations are being made
d us engaged to tho author of th aciioitlscno unelta Decker vnnlngs at 7 p. in. Music every Snt- to 'rush, work nt the yurd on account of
(.ompdy. Is seriously 111 In n Milwaukee Waltz "Summer Pleasures" unlay night. the threatened uprising In China, ord-
hospital, nnd her Illness may 'develop Hamsdell ers were Issued ut tho yard today to
Into uphold fever. When her company March "Hababurg" Krull Australia's different Stntes having rush to completion the gunboat York-
roiKU "i-assing mick" uennet agreed to prohibit tho sale nnd growth" town, which has been under repairs n
Waltz "Over the Wuves" ltosai of opium, tho Commonwealth Oovcrn-lthe yard for a long time. The York
Fln.ile "Vicuna" Schrammcl ment has prohibited the Importation town lit of tho class of ships which
"The Star Spangled Uanncr." of opium except for medicinal pttr-ltho Government is gradually placing
s poses. All the States will lose rove- out of commission and tho order to nt
Clank books of all sorts, ledgers nun by the prohibition. The loss to once place her In commission Is taken
opened here It was noticed th.it li"
spent a. large r.urt of the time whl
':u the stage In sitting, but It nns not
inrU yesterday that she was forced by
tier managers to xlve up and go to the
Knowlton Hospital She had been In
ill health for two weeks, hut bad per
illed In appearing nightly.
National Stock Company
. By The Sea
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
admission 29 ct8.
POPULAR PRICES: 25c, 50c. 75c.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681
TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1906.
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Under Instructions from the GER
MAN CONSULATE, I shall sell on
nbovo date, those two valuable, prop
1. Makai Ewa conner of ioung ana
Kecnumoku streets, occupied by Mr.
Craig, known as tho "Wllhelm Homo-
ilend." Largo lot.
2, No. 1418 Young street i-room
cottngc. Lot 78x150.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-,
I will sell on tho picmlscs situated
on Illchards strcot, Immediately bacU
of Mrs. S. C. Allen's residence.
All tho buildings, etc., on lot, to ba
removed within one week.
He, manufactured by tbo Ilulletln Tub. Queensland alone Is estlbated at 180,- hero as nn evidence that she will be
tuning Company. 000 yearly. rent to tho Asiatic Btatlon.
AS SHOWN IN SAN FRANCI8CO BY
THE EXPERT OPERATOR AT
PRESENT IN HONOLULU.
March 6 and 7
AT D P. M.
Tickets at the door. .
2 Main Events
Hawaiian Opera House
March 3rd. 1906
DILL HJIrlUI vi. DICK SULLIVAN,
Honolulu. San Francisco.
15 Roundft for' Lightweight Champion.
YOUNQ NUL30N vs.
IS Rounds, Featherweight Champion,
KAHAULGLIO vs. ABE NELSON,
Tho Wild 3vran U.S.S. Iroquois
G Rounds for Heavyweight Champion
Tickets far oalo it Wall, Nichols Co.
ThursdJ, March 1st.
. Adinlision 50c, $1, $1.50, Stage
The General Arthur Cijar is loved by the traveler as well as the
stay-at-hom?. It relieves the monotony of a lonp; journey by
rail or road as-nothing else can. - Itfc incomparable flavor and
perfect burning qualities make it an Td:al smoke wherever
a cigar may b; lit. It has stood thj test of time; it has
emerged triumphantly from th: fierce ordeal of public trial.
t t& ejjjfc
PROSSER WANT8 HALT
Wo ha a them,
Call to see
(Continued from Page 1.)
.there might be ten on .Monday. Tin
tlmo had lomo lm the Court to coll a
halt to tills kind of thing. The ball
I proposition tested entirely In tho dls-
I rretlon of the Coutt
Judge Oenr B.ild that he was sur
prised at I'rosser's proposition, wlilcn
Had no legaid whatever for tho rlghti
of ti.o dofendnnt, who wuu now In Jail
It amounted lo asking tho Court to ro
ll h torpits while tho other
ma't . is ponding, and" to discourage
su b i orccdlngs. Ho thought tho At
torney (ioncrni should bo ashamed.
Pressor stated that ho was not
I The Court said that owing lo the
nppeal In the Chun Hoou case, It hail
hoped that It would not bo called on to
decide any mat tors of this kind, while
that appeal was pending. Still It any
person applied for a habeas corpus
writ, tho Court coulil not see how ho
could be denied his constitutional
lights Tho fault was not with the
Court but with the law. It seemed
rlnnr Hint Htcnslil wua entitled to hall
He fixed ball In tho sum of J 1 00, nnd,H
otdered his ideate pending the pro- ",
The Judge asked that tho ninlter bo.
not In ouRlt on pending the Chun -'.o BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
loon .nipral Gear snlj he had not In-j DUX. puuMhed in the Saturday Quite.
icimou in iiuiug so. no nun uuiy.tin viq me wechiy uunion, gives a
luouglit up tills case lieuiiit.e tho do-j concise anj complete resume of all le.
I. ihIhIII ..ulinilt linit liprn llltnupil Id mil unti...,, ,viH fn Ui..l,ra l.in
lapse by tinother attorney hy mlstnlio. i.ientj, bjildlng permits and real es
and the defendant taken Into custody tata transactions. Evenlnn Bulletin.
, As a eonsequenco the only way to ci- Tl p1"" month. Weekly Bulletin,
nxi una ivivuou nun uy imucus curpuv. j per ysar.
HsvB You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
t BATHING AND SHAMPOOING.
(.'.AMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort anJ fCtti? Sts.
PHONE MAIN JbJ
OMABA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
No Change I
( To Denver
! v .-
Do sure your ticket reads via th
Tor full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A.,
1 Montgomery 8L, San Francisco, Cat.
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
in KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
4LIHI, and other delrble localities
AUo 1 JUMP-SEA 1 nUC!U-.OARD,
ond-liand; good as now.
-THE COBWEB CAFE
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN" 492. '
Camara & Co,, Props
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIE'S, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
lor. DERETANIA and fMMA 8T3.
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