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BVENINO BOWRIN. HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1606. V yfT ' ' V W'" W . WW , m .,, ,W , , ,,, ,.
Do you want good strong Chicks that will grow fast? If you
do you should ua CYPHERS Chick Feed. There are many brands
of ehlck fcod, but none of them will give the results that Cyphers
We get It direct from Buffalo and It Is a long way to have to cio
for It. but our customers demand Cyphers and will not take the
cheaper, poorer brands at any price.
The reason Is because Cyphers gives the Best Results.
We also have Cyphers Beef Scraps, Ground Green Bone, Clover
Meal, Oyster Shell, Grit, and a full line of Poultry Remedies.
For anything In the Poultry Supply line, call on
E. O. Hall
III STAR WAV
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A particularly clever play, partlcu
lnrly well performed,
is now on nunc
Ornlicum. There Is a separate sensa'
lion In each scene of "Confessions of
a Wife" nnd nt each drop of the rur
tain enthusiasm breaks loose nnd
tbere Is an uproar of appreciation.
A young girl from the country goes
to the city anil marries in haste, mm
Bho regrets when she really comes to
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Jove another whom slio also marrjos,
nnu to vnora sne eveiu.iauy cumi-aav
tumorous enemies enueavor to sname
licr and there are lots of compllca-
tlons. Sho deserts her first husband
because she discovers he Is already
married. She Is the child of ralsfor.
tune rather than the sinner. The child
of her Illegal marriage plays nn Impor-
tant part. Little Sadie drove, a ven
some babe, takos tho part of the child
in inu uraiim ttuu cuictu-n ui un- nuurm.
Kvcryboily In the Iluhler company
appears as n star In this big attract Inn.
or so It seems, for the players ar' nil
emphatically Ktrong In their several
characterizations, Iluhler Is grand.
Lilian Hayward splendid. Ilrenda Kow
lcr magnificent; I.oulso Orendorf a
great success; Drum most excellent;
Auerbnch and Julletto Chanuier, de
lightful; Wilkes vigorous and effect
ive; Wharton, at his very best; Chas.
J'lare. a triumph. Every variety of
sensation Is produced.
Tho play will be repeated tonight,
tomorrow afternoon nnd evening, nnd
Is sure to draw big crowds.
GEAR UP8ETS WRIT
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
would do eo when he was ready, fln
tbls statement. II. W. Ilreckons, who
appears for the petitioner, yesterday
.had a bench warrant Issued against
Sasahara, but It was not served an he
could not be located.
whs morning oataimra nnu ins ai-
torney Judge Gear, appeared before
Judge Lindsay. Gear stated that
Sahara had been told by Mlkl Inst
Wednesday to appear In court, but
had not been served before vesterdnv
noon Gear wanted to know on what
knowledge the Issuance of the warrunl
urcchuus unswereii inai uie warrant
bad been Issued on the jtatcment p,Ve him one end of tho board nnd then
which Sasahara had made to Mlkl. that trM , mako ,aml, Kunlwa ,, a .
ho would come when ho was ready. eil IWmmcr and n powerful man,
The w-arrant had not been served. ,tronK nluI feariel)i lmt tlle curreat
e,a,r said that tho Court had no Jttr. . l(K) gtroug anJ ,10 found tliat ,
sdctlon to Issue tho writ anyhow. The couU, not ninko Ianil wUh hl, bur(le
ast legislature had taken tho powir Never for a momcnt lUa ho desert his
lo lifue wr ts of habeas corpus away mat)j Il0wcvcr, and those on shoro cag.
gioa the Circuit Courts, and tho Su.!rly watching the bravo man's course,
jprrme Court had so decided In the ensa 'gaw hm mill he man he gought t0 Bav
of AM. Brown ys Goto. Gear him- gradually swept out Into tho breaker
self did not think that such pow ' nml beyond. For fully two houra
ujould lo taken awny from the Circuit watchers could see the two heads bo)
Courts. That, however, made no dlf'up anj down far out t0 Bca aml tb,
ference. Tho Supremo Court had ruled truth gradually dawned upon tho Una
on the proposition, nnd It was thcie- of anx0us lookers, that even In the
fore useless to continue with tho mat- raging waters Kualwa was In command
ter;, , 'and was guiding that plank and steer-
Ilreckons held that tho writ hail un lnR lt wtn cunning hand.
Sing Juto y.t Chamner.'"189 ' I Blowly and almost Imperceptibly Iho
1 ai' XS that"! wrl had been J "'MI",0,,?! Z 'ZSu
in.i I. .k. ni..,.n ..... .. i to leeward, reached tho surf, iinsscd It,
Hied In the Circuit Court, and asked , .i-,,,; ,,, ,i A.;,.i,o.i .i,
.,. .i. ,...i. u. .u,ni....i ...1.1.1. .., -id slowly but surely, approached tlir
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granted by Judge Lindsay,
Ilreckons Immediately prepare! i
new writ directed to the Judge at
Chambers, whhh was Issued subse
quently during the forenoon.
After Lindsay had ruled nn amutlns
little Incident took place. JudKu Clear
tnri1 li w.ilU nut ,.l t.n ..... .-, Pr.nn.
holding In bis hand the writ of Imboas
corpus, which had been served on 8a
tahara, when Clerk W. K. Sims called
"Will you please give mc that pa
rer," said Sims.
"Why should It" said Gear. "That
Is tho writ which was served on my
"Hut It should not have been served "
answered Sims. "It Is the original,
and the olllcer had no right to servo
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"It was served on iny man," said
"Will you please give mo that pa-
ner." reneated films.
"111 tnln nn nhl... .n i . .I..I. ,1
said Judge Gear, addressing tliu Court.
"Voit should give It to him. If It ts
the property of the Court," said Judge
"I nm not sure that lt In," retorted
The matter was finally settled mok
amicably. Gear returning the 'original
to 81ms on the condition that he should
be given n certliled copy In its pinto.
London women have a new wnlk. The
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tiirno,! ... lh l.fl , ,ll.i !,.. I.I..
L...M ID ..v.. ...fell UWU bllU JIl'UU IS
-; .- -"v ,v-fc WI '. ""'iiuci,
one nana grasping tlio skirt. Tbo
Kxpress remarks: "It Is udvlsablo to
Rive the new walk a wide berth, as the
walker moves sideways."
& Son, Ltd.
Standard Oil Wants
! Alcohol Tax Kept
Washington, I). C. Kcli. 20. Tlio
Warn and Means Committee of tha
House today listened to arguments In
nnlm,Uion ... .., ronoed removal of
lh() lax n)collol ,t!Cll n u10 arts and
Industries. The opposition ostensibly
comes from the wood nlcoliol produc
ers who assert that their business
xvmM L(J rlllm,() by frcong dcnaturlird
... . .
In reality, however, it is
mt 10Q, 01,poillinn t0 the removal
cf ... tnx . uacM uy Standard Oil
n,UlcncPi 0n account of the existing
Ux ,, of !,! In tho United
stnU,g for nilllgtrni purposes, ns It Is
UMi, ,n othcr rounlrel,, g practically
,,r0,ultcii it H pointed out that
,,lcro 1C rvll of ,ho cviicd world
aC010I this country uses g.sollno
al)ll -nHOnllo a standard Oil prod-
uct ,,om.e Ul0 p,IOiiltlon of the great
UM , mvng tho alcohol tax ro-
KUAIWA OF LAHAINA
(Continued from P3t I.)
i an led with fearful velocity for a
..licit distance and then without warn
ing the boat was lifted high out of
water and suddenly hurled to ono side
and over and over nnd burled with all
Its human freight In the raging pea
Soon flgurci were seen struggling
In tho water bravely trying to stem
the current that swept seaward out of
the channel, and tho whirl of the runn
ing waves. A number of the bravo fel
lows, after u long light, eventually
'succeeded In reaching tho stone br call-
water In safety, all but fhree, and
these were the three whose rescue had
been attempted. They had been woak
ncil by fasting and the long hours of
Btremtous toll which had been theirs
out on tho water. These men wcro be
ing fast swept out to sea.
Then It was that a crew of brav
Hawaiian lads, led by Officer JaiuM
illoberts, William Kalwcnaole, and Ku-
made mo attempt to reacn mew
a canoe, there being no larger boali
uvnllable. Hut In vnln was their cm.
jenvor. Their boat was caught up b;
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j on the rocks. Nothing daunted, Kil
ittlwa seized a plank and threw hlmsc!!
without hesitation Into tho roaring
waters In the direction of ono of the
drowning men who was fast being car
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bore. The poor Japanese was nearly
dead from exhaustion but still alive
Kualwa started bark on tbu road t'i
town, exhausted though he was nml
hhlvcrlug with cold. The bravo fellow
was picked up by soma kind Indies who
OaCK 10 ION n.
nppi eclated his heroism, and ho rode
What Is his rewardl
He asks none. Ho expects none. Hu
where Is there a man more deservlnx
"f recognition and high honors than
Let those who award Carneglo med
als for bravery look this way and
ponder a while. They iced loqk nil
further to find a brave nnd worthy ie.
The second unfortunate, with tho uc.
tlstanre of a spar he had caught hold
of, was picked up by a rescuing crow
out of tho waves just ns he was on
tbo point of giving up hope,
Oinrcr Uoberts reached him n'thownt.j,,ow' ca$ h,as a different set of poles
er his hands rould not bo ioo.mBd .? B M L" decorated accordingly
J' j". hh"nJ" 1
"om 10 Pwe of
could not bo loosened
wood he held, hlf
were set fast and his limb
doubled up with cramps. Ho was a wlfo
and a number of children dependent
upon him and his rescue was partic
The third man was swept out to sea
and was not seen after ho reached tli
outer channel, He undoubtedly be
came exhausted and was drowned. lilt
rnd Is mare snd from the fart that hlf
father and mother havq written to hit)
to come home and are expecting hilt,
back. He had about completed his nr
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ting together enough additional money
to feast his friends before his depart
ure. Ho was an only child.
Thus do they that go down to tho
sen In ships, pass away In the deep off
If you have never tried
JL Jt Jt Jl J JS
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do so at ones. It Is superior to any gin
In ths market and finds favor whsr
For sate at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTihe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
W. P. FULLER A CO8
PURE PREPARED PAINT
Is absolutely pure and has the Heav
lest body of any paint made. For this
reason It should be rubbed out well un
der the brush. When two or mora
coats are to be applied, It may be
thinned down with pure linseed oil and
the cost per gallon greatly reduced.
This splendid paint contains no Whit
Ing, Barytes, Water, Benzine or other
adulterants. It Is finely ground and
thoroughly mixed with the aid of hea
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Help Fop AU'
Tii.'i Milk Rftlittrtl
DONT 8UFFER ANY MORE.
PILES LEAD TO CANCER.
SORES LEAD TO A MI8ERADLE
SKIN DISEASES LEAD TO LEP
ROSY. Wallaces Indian Remedies
will save you If you but try to save
For sale by all druggists and put up
by Honolulu Remedy Co.
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
FANCY DRY GOOD8.
o J U8T OPENED
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc, Chinese
and Japanese 811k Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu 8L, corner
Klna. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T,
Hor Want Column See Pane H
ROOM AND DOARD.
Two gentlemen can find room nnd
board wl'h private family; Maklkl,
half block to cars. Address J., Hill
letln omco. 3327-lw
IWORK FOR IMPROVEMENT
Tho Punahou.Maktkl Improvement
Club held a very well attended meeting
last evening In tho parish hous6bf St.
Clement's. Tho feature of tho meet
ing was tho suggestion by Marston
Campbell, secretary of tin club, that
steps be taken to get the County the
electric company nnd the telephone
company to work together as far as pos-
ilblo In tho matter of poles. As It Is
When It. E. Cooper wasi superintend'
rnt of -Public Works he 'found It pos
slblo to ellmlnato much of, this un
sightly decoration, Tho telephone
company Is to Improve Its pokr In the
section over which this club presides.
Among other things the club will ask
the planters' experiment station to use
as much cato as possible to prevent
rano trash becoming scattered about
tho streets In tho vicinity. This club
now has a treasurer In tho person of
John Guild, who reported several add!
tlonal fences down on his street.
Tho Karl of HaUbury. who on tbo
change of mlnletry resigned tho Chan
cellorship of England", retires at tha
tuvancea age or &u years on a pensinx
of 2S,000, after he had received la six
teen years J 1,000,000 In salary.
'g sir H rt L L II
. -n.lt, p. n. p. m. s. m. Stu
5 iniiiti) git iil.lii lit '
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Full mcon March 10th at 9:47 a. m.
the tides at Kanulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Sundard Time Is 10b. 30m
slower thou Oreonwlch time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. The
tlms whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same ns Qreenwlsh. Oh 0m.
Friday, March 9,
Htmr. Mnunn Loa, Slmcrson, 10
hours from Lnlinlna, 0:15 a. m.
Thursday, March 8.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Lyman, for San
Stmr. Mlkahaln, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, G p. m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, 1'lltz, for Kauai ports,
& p. m.
Am. schr. Uertle Minor, Raven, for
S. 8. Mlowcra, Hemming, for Van
couver, 8 p. m.
Stmr. Hclcne, for Maul nnd Hawaii
Friday, March 9.
Ilktn. lrmgard, Schnfldt, for San
Vranclnco, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, 5 p. ni.
S. S. Olympln, Trucbrldgc, for Scat
tic, 8 p. m.
A.-1I. S. S. Ncbraskan, Wcedcn, from
C.-A. S. S. Co.'s stmr. Aorangl, I'hll
lips, from Victoria for Sydney.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
March 9. 1005.
Temperatures C. a. m., 64; 8 a, m.,
f.C; 10 a. m., 70; noon, 71; morning
naromctcr, 8 a. m., 30.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a, m., 4.315 grains per cu
bic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. m., 02
per cent.; dew point. 8 a. m., 52.
Wind G a. m., velocity 7, direction
N; S a, m., Telocity 4, direction N; 10
a. ni velocity C, direction N; noon,
vclncKy G, direction NK,
nalnfull during 24 hours ended
8 a. m., ,00 lcn.li.
Total wind movement during 24
hours cndld at noon, 241 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLUr,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Da
Hllo, March 6. A semiannual meet
ing of the Hawaii Congregational As
soclatlon was held at Kalapana, Puna,
Irotn Thursday to Sunday of tho past
Itev. Dr. Scudder, superintendent of
mission, and others Irom a dlstanta
wcro present. A resolution was adopt
ed approving tho policy of tha union of
contiguous smaller churches In tho sup
port of a minister, Tho matter of sys
tematic bencvolenco was discussed
and enthusiasm prevailed for tho sup
port of tha Hawullnn Hoard of llnmu
Mlislons and tho American Hoard of
Mrs. ltuth II. Dakcr, mother of Dr.
linker, of Konn, was licensed to
Tho suggestion to limit calls to pas
tors to live years was approved,
Itev. Of II. Oullck delivered an ad
dress on tho subject: "Workers To
gether Willi God."
Itev. Kamakawlwoolo also delivered
a remarkable address.
Mr. John Martin, agent of the Ha
waii Anti-Saloon League, was present
and addressed tho association.
Itev. S, L. Desha was prominent for
his able Interpretations.
Vlnltors attending expressed appre
ciation of tho hclprulncss of Deputy
Sheriff Haaheo, and of tho hospitality
of Iho people of the place. Kalapana
has tho distinction of being known an
tho town where no signatures can b
obtained to a petition for a saloon.
2)ssr'For Rent" cards on sale "at
the Bulletin office.
DISTRICT FIRE WARDEN HANA,
Notice Is hereby given that Mr. John
Chalmers has been appointed District
Flro Warden In and for tho District of
liana, Island of Maul, under the provi
sions of Act 71 of tho Session Laws
. .C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary, Hoard of Agrlculturo
and Forestry, 3327-31
New Arrival of
Ladies White Wash Skirts
For Ladies and Children
A Temple of Laughter
Thursday March 8th.
Saturday March 10th.
One of the Greatest Musical Events
of the season, with a catt of favorites
and FIFTY IN CHORU8I
A. E. MURPHY.
TAMDoa: ' bones:
Guy Livingston J. Hastings Howtand
J. Walter Doyle J. C. Johnston
AI. H. Moore RobL W. White
80LOISTS J. D. Dougherty and I.
Dillingham Quartet, Druce Hart
mann, Hugo Herzerand Comedy Quar
CLOSING PIECE FULL -1JE
tntr- OF 8URPRISE8I
Pox Office at Wall, Nichols Co., op-
ens Monday March S, at 9 a. m.
Stage Director J. D. Dougherty
PER S. 8. ALAMEDA
The Swellest and Largest Stock of
Suitings ever brought to the city.
"THE LATEST GRAYS"
IN PURE WOOLS.
$20 to 30 per Suit
Have First Choice
Geo. A Martin
OPEN 8ATURDAY8 UNTIL 9 P. M
A Suporlor Light to all others.
Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates leu heat, viti
ates the air less 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 148. 143 Merchant St
R. A. WOODS
ROOM8 17181920, 2ND FLOOR
In Indian Head
. From $1.75 up
Also a full line of
GORDON DYE HOSIERY
National Stock Company
AND TOMORROW EVENING
"Confessions of a Wife"
A FATAL WEDDING
ADMI88ION 25 CT8.
POPULAR PRICE8! 25c, 50c. 75c.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 681
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
DATHING AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foit and King: St.
PHONE MAIN 131
General Employment Office, cor
Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers 8upplled. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertafc
n. Telephone Blue 2181.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Jflfcn and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
Inn! Repairing and General Jobbing
12 ALAKEA ST.. rear Y. M. C. n
I8HNET3, TVINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
4os. 44-50 King St., '.)y 9lc-k, bet
"uuanu and Smith fits.; Tel. aln 1B6
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
UHL.IVEHED, $7.50 PER CORD.
. C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 132. TEL.
YARD, corner QUEEN &.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
HINERY of every capacity and de
crlptlon made to order. Bolter work
..nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgctlon
purooses a soeclalty. Particular atten
lion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
iri'W 'shortest notice.
847-857 Kaitiumanu Strait
P. O. BOX 694. TEL. MAIN It,
Cheapest Property In
At my salesroom,
MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1906.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Half a block, closo to car line, and
buildings MUST III: SOLD.
Call In and I'll send you out with a
man to show you and glvo you all par
ticulars. No trouble.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
Kalanl and otners to C. 'D. Dwlght,
assignee; 10 acres at Makawao, Maul.
Lands at Kallhl, Oabu,
At my salesroom, Saturday, Marcu
10, 1606, at 12 o'clock noon.
Excellently located amid shade trees
and flowers; largo grounds. On Here-
lanla street, near Thomas square, ma-
uka side of street. Property has Iron-
tago also on KInau street. Stables and
outbuildings. Gas laid Into the house.
Pretty place for a borne.
Waikiki Beach Lot
Near Moana Hotel
Flno bathing one of tho very few
dcslrablo Walklkl beach lots left. ,
OMADA, KANSAS llTY, .
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
De sure your ticket reads Tla the
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, 0. A.,
1 Montgomery 8t, 8in Francisco, Cal,
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
CALIHI, and other deslrble localities
Also 1 JUMP-SKAT nOCkf.OABD,
road-hand; good as new,
THE COBWEB CAFE,-
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 482.
Camara & Co,. Proos.-3
F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIE), ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA "d EMMA 8T8 1
fjiK--"Fer Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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