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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUE8DAY, MARCH 6, 1906.
For One Week Only
Monday March 5th
ALL TRIMMED HATS
33 1-3 per cent
less than regular prices
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
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IRAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Honolulu. Phone White J 331
WEEKLY Off HW
NORMAL LAST WEEK
dally occurrence but bare not mater
i laity Increased the supply of water lu
tho Irrigation ditches; on vegetation
la starting, especially fruit trees',
orange trees are In blossom, and man
go and ohla apple trees are purple with
new growth; stock Is In good condi
tion W. F. Pogue.
Peahl The needed rains hare at last
arrived, and truck planting Is being
rushed by the small farmers; ever)
thlng Is growing rapidly, Geo.
Haiku Temperatures have been
rather moderate, but gentle rains and
a fair amount of sunshine have had a
favorablo effect on t vegetation; the
rains hae also refreshed the pastures
and have slightly Increased the supply
Pala There hat been n little rain
this week which has Increased tlio
water In the arrlgallon ditches, but all
local pumps arc stilt at work J J
Mnkawao The weather has been
warm and dry, with strong easterly
winds all week, farm crops need rain,
and Mock generally Is feeling the ef
fect of short pasturage; In the Kill i
kcctlon of the district the soil Is still
moist and planting of crops Is pro
gressing, pastures and stock are In
lair condition E. 11. Ilallcy
Puunene Light showers hae fallen
on the (lata and more rain at ditch
heads, the weather has been line for
harvesting; strong trade winds pre
vailed all week. J. N S. Williams.
Walluku The days have been warm
and sunny, but the nights have con
HARVESTING OF WINTER PINE.
APPLES PRACTICALLY COM
PLETE YOUNG RICE IS
For the Week Ending March 3
Local Office. U. 8. Weather Dureau. ot natcr , the'lrr)gatlon ditches
lionoiuiu, i. it., .Marcn 6, wuu.
Temperatures during tho past week
have been uniformly above the normal,
and havo been accompanied by steady
and rather high trade winds Good
showers have fallen In windward Ha
waii, windward Maul and portions of
windward Kauai, and lighter shower
In most other sections of the group.
Young tano has been much refresh
ed by tho rain, which has not, howev
er, been sufficient In amount to In
crease materially the supply ot water
for flumlng purposes In windward
tatlons. The harvesting and grinding
of mature cane continues, nnd consid
erable plowing and some planting aio
being done. Pastures, especially In
leeward districts and at tho lower ele
vations, need rain. Tho harvesting of
winter pineapples Is practically com-! tinned cool; several freshets In thi
plctcd In Oahu, a fine yield of superior west Maul mountains have given an
quality having been secured. Pineapplo ample supply ot water for cane, tara
glowers are alio busy expanding their, nnd rice; 1907 cane Is In splendid con-
plantations, young nco is growing anion and making good growth, rice
well In all sections, and sisal Is In
good condition. While the showers ot
the past week havo been of great ben
efit, a general and heavy rain Is still
REMARKS I1Y CORRESPONDENTS.
ISLAND OK. HAWAII
Is doing well. llro, Krnnk
Klhcl We have had warmer da)
and cooler nights, with steady trade
winds which have brought rain at the
ditch heads and Increased the supply
of surface water. althoiiKh tmmnlne li
I still necessary; we are fertilizing and
Knumana A good rain has fallen harvesting cane and plowing land
and nil cgetatlon lias been much ben-, Jas Scott.
Kaauiipall During the p.ist week
the weather has been clear, with strong
trade winds, all growing cane Is look
ing well, nnd pastures aro In fair con.
Idltlon Wm. Robb
ISLAND OK OAHU.
Ahulmanu During tho past week
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous er
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-
tlveness or General Weakness
needs the Hitters to mnko her well
again It has cured thousandu In
the past SO years. In enact of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
silted by It; water sources have been
very little affected, however, as the
dry soil has absorbed all of tho moist
ure; we arc stripping cane and plow
ing land J. E. Gamallclson.
I'onahawat All vegetation has been
much benefited by the recent rain but
more rain Is needed. J. E. Gamaliel-
son I ""-, .....: iiMii.iiuuiiv. along the nigin
8?iiinu-- .... ..... ... ., '""I occ,ll"Ul light showers; pasture hu hereabouts
7, . . - . . "- anu crops are in line condition; wo
crs which havo freshened up tegctA.tr(mM nol nln r better weuthcr. II.
nun K""ruir, i lie uujb nine uccn II Vttirfnrlnni.
Judgo Dole had to hold court Monday
without the valuable assistance ot
Clerk Krank Hatch owing to unforo
seen disasters, which overtook that
genial gentleman somewhero on the
other sldu ot the Island Sunday
morning at about 8 o'clock Hutch, to
gether with Owen McCarthy ot tho I la
wallan Offlcd Specialty Co, started for
Halalwa, with ladles. In McCarthy's
automobile, a largo car which was far
kicrly tho property ot Dr. llaldwiu
Since then tho sacred precincts of the
court havo known Hatch no more. Mon
day morning hu failed to turn up with
usual punctuality, so Inquiry was made
s)mM KM KmHwM 1 1 jVMmHumniHaijiijhi $m
A Optimistic Light
Let your light so shine that It leaves you free to be at cheerful
as you desire.
Have electric lights In every room, In the kitchen and In the
You don't have to burn all the lights all the time; but once elec
tric lights are Installed you can have all you want, any minute, Just
where you want
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at
the lowness of the cost We shall be hippy to supply you with full
Information on the subject
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
Office, King St, near Alakeau
'Phone, Main 390.
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To Our Patrons 3
We are now located In the new brick building on King ZZ&
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullkt streets, where we will "
be pleased to serve you with first-class goodt In the meat line.
Our prices will always be fair. r
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Greenwell" 2
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house
at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of "CZ&
Soliciting your patronage, we are,
Verv reifieetfullv vaun. '
I C. Q. YEEJOP & CO. I
; TELEPHONE MAIN 231. -
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we nave unci moderate temperatures nlnni? tlm dlahunv. nml livwnvii for
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In accordance with demand we have arranged for regular ship jp
mer.tt of SNAPPER from the Colonies and have Just received a fresh
Standing orders may now be placed with the assurance of being j
promptly filled. Jf
All who are acquainted with the delights of SNAPPER eating?
will be glad to hear of this arrangement and we guarantee that the JJ
fish will be all that It should be 'n t'ze, quality and preparation. w
If you have never tasted SNAPPER this Is the time to do so, w
Ycu are certain to tike It and to order more. GIVE IT A TRIAL,
warm, but the nights cool U C. Ly
Papalknu During the past week we
have had light showers, which will do
a vast amount of good, crops are al
ready brightening tin somewhat: we
arc plowing land nnd stripping enno
J T Molr.
Pepcekco The weather has been
showery during tho past week, we are
cutting and grinding cane, plowing and
narrowing land, and planting Jan.
Hnkalau During tho past week Ibe'wvnthnr n,,r.,
weather has been all that could bo de-l air,ii i-h. .i,.. -. .i ,.
sired; good rains on five days have Cro followed by wnrnl and dry wcath
glven us .sufficient wntcr In nil streams' r; ,a I, looking well. Win Welti
for flumlng; wo nre hoeing, fertilizing, rich, Jr
stripping and harvesting cone, plow-1 Walanae We have hod another week
ins land, and planting. J M Roes. 0f unrm. .,.. weather, win. Iml.i,
Papaaloa-Tho showery and wnrm'winds. rain Is brtdly needed all over
weather of the past week has becm tM. .ii.iri,, i- m..,..
favorable for voung cane, we nre cul-l Wahlawn-The'past week has been
Wnlmunalo During tho past week
both the days and nights havo been
warm, with occasional light showers
Pdlolo Rather dry weather has con
tinued (lining tho past week, the
transplanting ot rice Is finished, and
oung rice Is growing well, pastures
arc rather short and show the need of
rain. F L. Webster.
I Honolulu Tho past week has been
dry, with temperatures considerably
above the normal Local Office, U. d.
People returning from Halctwi
hotel brought tho nows of the party. It
appears that at S o'clock Sunday night
It had turned up at Halclwa. It had tak
en tho auto, on account of dlro calam
ities, twclvo hours to make tho trip
across life pall, und tho party was
much the worse fur wear One legal
light who had seen Hatch, said that his
usually so Immaculate attire was do
smeared with oil that It looked as if
he had been under the mnchlnc during
tho wholo trip Yesterday m mes
sage from Halclwa reported that the
party was still there busy repairing
tlvatlng harvesting and grinding cane, one of sunny days and occasional light
1 showers, with heavy morning and even
Ing dows; wu aru just flnlshlug tho
, harvesting of 11 very satlsfactor) win
ter ciop of pineapples, although there
wilt be somu scattering fruit for lit-
I teen or twenty days jet, tho fruit hu
"".uccu excepnonaii) largo this winter,
Laupahochoe Strong trndo winds all
week havo been attended b) showers
amounting In all to 2M Inches, but
tho water supply Is still short E. W
Ooknla Good showers, which
needed by tho Browing crops, fell on) tte are h'oelng, und preparing lauds and
t,.w a.,.. Itllllllu, IHU I1MI IveilUK VI VllltO
continues v 11. walker.
IIS IE If
Pnaullo The week has been one of
high east winds, with some rnln;
growing cane looks well, and coffee
Is ripening more freely. C. K. Hlacow
The American schooner MaryE
Foster loaded with sugar and bound
for the Coast grounded at S o'clock
yesterday afternoon on the rural reel
on tho Ewu sldo of tho channel At 10
o'clock last nlxIA she was Moated by
. thn tnas. tlm thin limine risen
plants for planting, pastures look fair- The Foster, it Is said, was crowded
ly wen, uut would he pencilled by for passage by the dredger I'aclflo
There are Imitations, But
Ours Is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvu ll Other Flavors AIho
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7J
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
wore rain. E K Ellsworth
Kahuku The weather has been
quite warm, with moderate trade wind
and light showers, pumps are running
Paauhau Strong trade winds lme, ,.,!. . r ,', ,,, ,u ,
prevailed all week, with variable tern- cttne crop and have commenced to liar-
nflrnf nrna nml trimA ruin ila nr. Iinf.. .... .. . . . .
pcraturcs and some rain, we are liar
vesting cane, plowing land und plant-,
Ing II, Glass. I
Nlulll Strong winds continued dur
ing the week, attended by more or less
cloudy weather nnd 1.08 Inches ot rain,
Wo aro hoeing, stripping, reaping and
grinding cano and plowing land. 1
Kohala Warm, sunny days and oc
caslonnl showers havo been fine for
growing cropt, which are looking
well; we arc harvesting cane urnjl
planting W. O Tuylor.
Kohala Minion 1 he weather has1
been partly cloudy, with occasional
showers and moderate temperature.
Dr. U D. IJond s I
Puukeu Itanch The rains of thn past '
week have benellted pustules, veiy
high northeast winds prevailed durliu,
latter portion 01 mo weeu a.
vest Lale cane It T Chrlstopherscn
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Makawell The weather has been
clear and warm during the past week,
with a few very light showers Ha
waiian Sugar Co
Eleele The weather has been warm
and dry all week except for a faw light
showers at night, the ground Is becom
ing rather parched. Mcllryde Sugar
Koloa Moderate winds have pre
vailed during the past week, with light
working on the reef. In attempting tr
clear she fouled tho reef. The power
ful tug Fearless parted two lines en
deavorlng to liberate the schooner
Fortunately for the Foster there was
little or no vlnd and very little swell.
Collector of Customs Stuckabto sent
i.ord to Captain Roberts of the U S.
Revenue cutter Manning thai a vessel
was In distress. At 8 o'clock the Man
ning went to lend aid, If necessary, nnd
stood by during tho evening.
Captain Nlbluck ot tho U. S. S. Ire
quols went to tho scene In the Iroquois'
cutter and Investigated the Foster's po
sition He was ready to help the
schooner It occasion required.
The Fooling Suey was to have fol
lowed the Murfy E. Foster out of th
t.l...... fallen, but otherwise thn week has been
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Kumuela-Strong noitheast wind. " . - , " - -
with occasional light " " r" '- ,'"- , "": """
civmu; iiutiv niHUP i tjiiivitt
showers amounting to 107 Inches; we harbor, but tho mix-up In the channel
nre weeding nnd fertilizing cane p., delayed her
McLane. The schooner's people may Institute
Llhue Moderate temperatures havo' action against tho dredger company on
prevailed during the past week, w'ltli.tl'o ground thut tho dredger fallpd to
light showers nt night and trado winds. Blvo clear passago to the Foster In
r Weber order that the Doric might enter the
Kealla A few light showers have "arbor, the dredger disconnected with
me pipa line
J , M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
'PHONE, MAIN J49
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
4. F. COLBURN III, Manag' ', Office, KAPIOLANI DUILDINQ.
showers. Mrs E. W. lla.
Honokahau The weather has been
comparatively dry during tho pint
week, anil pastilles aro much In need
of rain, coftco Is looking very well.
1' It Greenwell.
Keulaknkuu The weather has been
partly cloudy, with worm dujs nnd oc
casional light showers. Ucv. S. II.
Keulukekua Light showers occurrcj
on February 27 and March 1. Robert
Kou High winds during the past
week have been uttended by occasion-
ml showers amounting to 90 Inch; pan.
turcs aro looking better. F 11. Iluy
Naulehu The weather continues diy
and windy, and ruin Is very much
needed G G Kinney
Kapoho The moderately heavy rain
fall of the past week has started cane
ud pastures II. J. Lyman
ISLAND OF MAUI.
liana The recent drought has beeu
broken by light showers and tho hai
vcsttiig of cuuo has been resumed, but
mora rain Is needed N Omstcd
Nablku Tho showery weather ot
tho pust week has been very favorablo
(or the planting ot rubber seeds, all
vegetation shows a marked Improve
ment, C, Q. Jacobs.
I IvUftnpn ftAi,rfil pnnit Hlinivurs iltir.
Ing tho past week havo Improved th
condition of growing cane. L. II
Hanalei We havo had occasional
light showers during the past week,
but upland pastures need more rain
and lowland pastures art In poor con
dition; rice Is doing well. E a K
A McC. A8IILEY,
A WOMAN'S GRATITUDE.
A Mountain Woman Writes In Praise
of Newbro's Herplclde.
"For several years I have been trou
bled with dandruff, canning mo much
nnnojance, and my hair became very
thin, I have used Newbro's Herplclde
tor a month and the dandruff has en
tirely dlsupreared and my hair Is be
coming much heavier than formerly
New hair Is growing where thero wo a
none and I am very thankful to ou
for tho benefit I havo received from
Nnwbro's Herplclde Very truly jours
MRS C II, FOSTER.
No 9S5 Utah Ave, llutte, Mont
Sold by leading druggists Sond 10c
In stamps for sample to Tho Herplclde
Co. Detroit. Mich Holllstcr Drue
Light showers have been ol,Co, special agents.
Ouava marmalade, pineapple pickle,
rosella jam, Chinese oranges whole In
Jell), Poha, and all other Island Jami
on aula at Mrs Annlo Kearus' factory
184 Hotel stroet. Cases expressod at
especial rates to any part ot U. S. A.
BAND AT THOMA8 SQUARE.
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freehet M
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything a FIRTO
CLASS MARKET Is cslled upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manartr.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT ST- Off. LOVI BLB
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
' WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goyds and tare you money.
Dealer in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehoucv 126 King; St. Phone Main 58
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The Hawaiian band wilt give a
moonlight concert this evening at 7. 3D
at Thomas Square, as follows.
March "Spirit of Libert)" ... Sousa
Overture "Itoad to Qlory" . Kllng
Ilallad "Ltttlo Ingenue" ... Ltiden
Selection "Ilohcmlan Girl" . Ualfc
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar by Ilcrgur
Mrs, N Alapal.
Selection "Musical Star" . O'llaro
"In My Merry Oldsmoblle".. Edwardn
Finale ' Happy Ilolnlo" Lampe
"The Star Spangled Manner '
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
It means much to you. The home you build exprsssea your per
sonality. "Through Its halls rum the story or your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone Whlto 081
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
Wliolomilo : Retail Liquor Dealer,
B g Stock of Japanese and America Liquor, 'mial Satern In connection.
IWILEI AND K INQ 2TRtar8.
OhTOirFIE BOX RM TELEP NE MAIN M.
HOlinON At the rcsldcnre of W O
Smith, Nuuanu Valley. Mrs Fruncrs
Elizabeth Hohron, ugod 81 eurd,
mother of Mrs W. II Ilallcy of Oak
land, Cnl , Mrs. W O Smith and
Thos, W. Hobron of this city.
Headquarters for automobiles with
splendidly equipped fireproof garsge.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
sbop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class abc are pre
pared to 0.0 ait work In
trusted to them In a first
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