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EVENING BtTMJSTIN, nONOUJLU, T. II., THURSDAY. MAIICII IB, 1005.
1'ATENT APPLIED FOR.
Whitney Si Marsh
rf I 'iff M"
If you have never tried
tj o J" o
i. m a n. p. m.
4 48 It l II 6
4 I.J i '1 II w t lo
I n. m a. m I
Furnished with two Drackets (A), one to be fattened near faucet,
and one to be fattened wherever It It detlred to ttore the hote when
not In ute. The Rack lifts off from the bracket and It carried with
the hote. Made from the betl malleable and wrought Iron. Length
over all, 24 Inches.
For Sale By
E O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
J J J J . J J
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For salt at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
RAINIER BOCK BEER
On Draught and in Bottles
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Telephone White J 33 J
XT. S. WeaThor Bureau,
Temperatures 0 a. m., r5: 8 a. m.,
73; 10 a. m., T4; noon, 75; morning
Barometer. 8 a. m.. 29.99: absolute
humidity, 8 n. m., 6.411 grains per
cubic foot: relative humidity, 8 a. m..
73 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m oi.
wind 6 a. m., velocity 8, direction
E.; 8 a. mvtloclty 7, direction S. E.:
10 a. ra.. Velocity 15, direction S. E.;
noon, velocity 10, direction S.
Italnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in., 00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours rntlcd at noon, 162 miles.
ALEX. McO. A8HLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
to I 5 0 io it It o II 6 uo
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11 II 1 1 II oo 4 to 6 II ! 6 t,
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI yr
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Grand Clearance Sale
At The Globe Clothing Go's., Store
For Two Weeks Only Beginning Monday, March 12
Every Article Marked Down to Easy Buying Figures
SUITS REDUCED $15 to S11.50! to S105 13 to SO. 50!
J12 to S8; 11 to S7.50! io to S7i 9- to $0.50; W to SG.
PANTS REDUCED 5 to 33.501 W-50 to S3i W to 82.75! 3-50
to S2.25S W to S2i 2.50 to S1.75: 2 to $1.50; 1 to $1.
TRUNK8 REDUCED-J20 to $13.50! 1" to 812.50! to glO!
$12.50 to $8.
SHIRTS REDUCED-$1.75 to Sl.'iO! to $1.10! t-25 to OOd!
75c to 50J.
$10.00 and $12.50 Reduced to $8.00! $7.50 Reduced to $5.00.
BOYS-SUITS REDUCED $9 to $0! $8 to $5.25! $7 to $4.75; $6 to
$1.25! 5 to $3.50f
DRES8 8UIT CASES $10 Reduce d to $Oi 7.60 Reduced to $5.
BOW 8HIELD TIES Reduced from 25c. to 3 for 25d. 50d Ties Re
duced to 406.
MIDGET 8TRINO TIE8 Reduced from 25c to 15J.
The Poor man cannot afford lo wear poor clothes-thc Prudent man will not
wear them. The rich, the poor and the prudent will take advantage
1 of this great Sale
The Globe Clothing Co., 64 Hotel St.
Last quarter of tbo moon Mar. 17th.
The tides at Kanulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Tim u 10h 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Toe
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the same as Greenwlsb. Oh Om.
Wednesday, March II.
0. 8. 8. Ventura, Iiayward, from San
Frnnclsco, 3:30 p. m.
Stmr. Hclcne, Nelson, from Eleele,
9:10 a. m., with 11.700 hags sugar.
Tnursday, March 15.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
ports, C n. m.
Schr. Chns. I Woodbury, Harris,
from Illlo, 1 p. m.
Stmr, Noeau, Pcderson, from Hono
kaa, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Mlknhnla, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 5 l. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, C p. m.
Per 8, 8. Ventura, from San Fran
cisco, March 14. Mr. nnd .Mrs. II, F.
Elliott, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Thompson
and maid, Mrs. M. E. Kcelcy nnd
main, miss i;. JikIiI. Mr. and Mrs. E.
II. Miller. Dr. E. E. Keclcr. Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Thomas, Mr. nnd Mrs. E.
I.. Smith, II. II. 8(ovel, Miss E. Ley-
ron, Mrs. 8. II. Randall, J. A. Mat
thew, Miss V. McHrcw, Mrs. J. II.
Queal, Mrs. E. II. Partridge. E. 8. Hub
hard, 4. n. Dlack, Mrs. 11. M. Wag
ror Mrs. T. M. Meldrum. Mrs. F.
Hurt. B. C. Hill, J. C. Coonoy. Mrs.
Cooney, L. Mills, Mrs. C. English, L.
Honlgshcrgcr, Mrs. O. (3. Wood and
two children, Miss M. 8. flllmore, T.
W. Crosblc, Miss M. L. Coleman, Mr.
nnd Mrs, W. J. Kline, Mrs. J. G.
Forrester. .Miss U. Hurt, Mrs. C. M.
Crops. II. T. Nlshlmura. A. I). Mat
thew, C. W. Rosokrans, II. Berliner,
Mlsu C. Keith, Mrs. L. Ferra, I,. Qui-
ncca, 8. Levy. A. F. Jenkins, II. S.
Tittle, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson, Mm.
J. Duggnn, Fred. Phllp. T. Pomcroy,
it. uueai. rnrougn or .t'agopago:
A. Matthes, C. 0. M. Poppe. Master J.
Poppe. tr Auckland: Mrs. P. A.
Sargood and son, L. A. Dreyfus, W. J.
Wallace, F, Roberts. For Sydney:
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. James, P. Dome,
Rev. II. I). Hltchlngs, K. McKenzlc,
Mlrs J. McKenzlc, C. A. Pollard. R.
F. Clinton. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Mllllcan,
Mis? F, Mllllcan, A. Oolille, Miss II.
Mllllcan, Miss L. Mllllcan, Miss M.
lYom Maui ports, per stmr. Claud-
ino March 15. A. Ahrcns, W. W.
Thayer, F. T. P. Watcrhousc, Mrs. N.
umhicu, iir. w. u. ueus anu uaugn
tor. Miss B. Kahnkaulla, J. L. Azevcdo
and wife. Miss Azevcdo, Miss Qulnal.
Mr. Hooklokla and three children, B.
V Herrlck, T. D. Creedon, Sister
lloroventurn, Miss A. Alexander, Mrs.
J. C. McStay, Capt. Miller. C. IL Itoc,
W. Hattlc, Mrs. 8. Ah Ml, Mrs. Y.
AhRBa. Young Get Hong, F. II. I-Tons,
C. I'. Boss, K. Hada. P. K. Makino. T.
OUito, Miss I. nlchardson, D. L. Aus
tin, II. C. Easton, W. B. Morton,
Vong Poon, II, Blsscn, F. Wlttrock
und 98 deck passengers.
From Honokaa, per stmr. Noeau,
Moirh 15. Dr. Wall and six deck pas-
Per 8. S. Manchuria, for Orient
j.orts, March 15. A. Olmsted, Mrs.
Olmsted, Miss Olmsted, Mlt Hello
Pcltlgrew, Miss Kmmu Bates, 8. F.
Smith. W. Hecn und wife, Mrs, J. 8.
Moiony, Mr. nnd Mrs, W. A. Perry,
Mario Kllrmnnd, Yeo Chin and wife,
Mlrs E. B. Mcllen. Miss Mellen, Mrs.
C. K. Bobbins, Mrs. II. Kyle. Prof, and
Jin. Hitler, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. n. BUI,
Mist' Bill, l.otilao Freeman, Carolina
C, Burns, Mrs. Morton Qrlnncll and
main, II. M. Crane. M bs J. L. Bus-
ell. C, M. Bussell and wlfo, F. I.,
lipuiuln and wiro, Mrs. Carrie Brown,
Miss C. A. Holbrook. Mrs. M. Slmn-
son, K. Mochltsukl. J. II. Lyon, wife
nnd daughter, P. Adam, Mr. and Mrs.
w. u, unapin.
The BU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75J per month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 Pr year.
We place on SALE a limited quantity of
Shirt Waisf Patterns
Elegantly embroidered fronts and cuffs trimed with
fine val lace insertion, with plenty ot good
quality lawn for making up
at $1.00 each
Come in White only
Other grades at 1.75 2.50 & 3.50
The following has been sent to
P'csldcnt Roosevelt nnd tho members
Wliorcas, tho policy of protection to
American Industiles, for tho past forty-one
years continuously invoked
mill practiced by tho Bepubllcan party
or the United States of North America,
lins so enlnrgcd tho number of workers
In tho factory, tho foundry and tho
m'ne. ns to provldo a vastly Increnst-d
number of consumers of tho products
jof tho Held nnd of tho farm, thus be
reticently elevating tho standard of llv
llnrr and of education and of religion
throughout tho American Union;
Be It Resolved, Thnt any attempt, by
whomsoever made, to directly or indt-
jirctly attack any of tho schedules of
.the existing tariff lnw, without open
IIiir up the cntlro law to discussion and
amendment, Is violation of tha teach
lilt nnd tho tenets of this Association;
Bo it Resolved, That wo especially
condemn the effort now being mado to
give to the inhabitants ot the Philip
pine Islands, nt the expense of tho
American farmer only, any part what
ever of tho advantages our, own peo
ple enjoy under the present protective
pulley, in any other shape or form
than that of n generous gift to a de
pendent ward, to bo dispensed from
tho public purse; and,
Be It further Resolved, That these
reiolutlons be printed and a copy sent
f each Member of the House and Sen
ate now in session, one) a copy on
ginssed and placed In tho hands of tho
President by a committco chosen for
AMERICAN BEET SUOAB ASSO
CIATION, By HENRY T. OXNA11D. President,
TRUMAN 0. PALMER. Sccrctnry.
AMERICAN CANB GROWERS' AS
SOCIATION,. By C. A. FABWELL, President,
D. J). COLCOCK, Secretary,
M!CHIGAN SUGAn MANUFACTUR
By W. L. CHURCHILL. President,
F. B. HATHAWAY, Secretary.
Washington, D. C, January 17, 1906.
REAL BSTATE THAN8ACTIONB
For Want Column See Poko Six
Two first-class barbers Immediately,
Arply Jeffs, Merchant St. 3332-lw
Dotectlve Work Good men wanted
everywhere. Criminal paper with
big cash rewards nnd photos free.
Founded 1S89. State age. Write
American Detective Association, In
dianapolis, Indiana. 3331-St
Entered for Record March 14, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
El'zn Johnson to Arthur M Merrill. AM
Ot-nr Lansing & Co by trs to Nancy
L A McStocker D
Henry M Whltnoy et nl to Trs of A
B Comrs for For Mlssns D
Entered for Record March 15, 1900,
Prom 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kahnnanul and wf to Mrs. Lolsa Mor-
Kelllaa Paleka and wf et nl to Ah-
bio Tllton , D
Helen A Holt et al to Walalua Agrl
Co Ltd L
Est of F A Rlbolro by admr ft al to
Grrmana Mcllm .....D
M C Baptlsta to J F Soma Bel
James N Warrington Notice
Recorded March 3, 1906.
V. Knust and wf to John Emmcliith
Ir- M; UP 1554 nnd Ap 1, R P 2011,
Cnhnlttu, Koolaupoko, Onhu; $500. B
?7. p 402. Dated Feb 28, 1900.
Amanda C Hendricks (widow) to
Mcry D Plimo; D; lots 9, 10. 11, 12,
13, 14, 15 and 1G, blk 38, Kaimukl
(met, Honolulu; $1. B 280, p 1. Dat
M Kcb'd. 1900,
W R Hcndiicks and wf to Mary D
rr.me; D; lots 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
and 16. blk 38. Kaimukl tract, Hono
lulu; $1. B 280, p 2. Dated Feb 10,
Mary D Hendricks (widow) et al by
silt; Affdt; In ro heirs ot a cor so A
Hendricks, B Hi, p 500. Dated Dec
Est of Franz C W Buchholtz by
ndmr to Georgo Bodlek; D; various
pes land, leaseholds, bldgs, live stock,
.-to. Papa 2. etc, 8 Kona, Hawaii; $1.
'1 277, p 459, Dated Jan 20, 1906.
Per stmr, Mlkahala, for Kauai ports,
today J. H. Porteoits, C. O. Eakln,
O. Browne, E. C. Smith, MIbb Drelor,
Miss Weber, P. L. Peters nnd wlfo,
Km-. II. Iscnherg. Col. Z. 8. Snahllnc
and dnughter, J. F. Hackfcld, C. K.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a comploto summary of
the news of the day. For $1 a year.
m)rf.rt)i.rt VW t't4f
National Stock Company
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Fast Life in New York
ADMI33ION 25 CT8.
POPULAR PRICES: 25c., 50c, 76c.
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE WHITE 631
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
BATH I NO AND 8HAMPOOINQ.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King; St.
PHONE MAIN HI
has been tia standard for fourteen
years. It I) positively weather-proof,
reilsta fire and acids, Is easily applied
and laiti Indefinitely. It will not
crack, run, blister or scale and Is the
grenteit roof protector known. See
that th nana "RUBEROID" ks stamp
ed on tho piece.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING 8T.
Tho BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX. nublllhed In tha Saturriav Rutin.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
cnnclao and complete resume of all le
Irjal notices, calls for tenders, Judc
muni, uuiiuinu pmiiiiiB anu real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
847-857 KMhumanu Stun
P. O. BOX 694. TEL. MAIN 1
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, '06,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
Removed from tho residence of Mr.
!' E. Nichols, Pacific Heights, to
store, Kaplolanl Building, corner ot
King and Alakca streets, for conve
nience of sale'.
Tho goods comprlso very pretty
pieces in Curly Birch, Oak and Birds
eye Maple, Enamelled Iron and Brass
Beds, Ostermoor Mattresses, Ladles'
Writing Desks, Pretty Parlor Furni
ture, Verandah Suite Complete, Paint
lngs, 'llandsoma Dlnlngroom Suite,
Large and Small Bugs, Stelnway
Grand Piano, Gas Range, Victor
O-aphophone, Stand and Records,
China Closets, Book Cases, Encyclo
pacdla (full set), full lino ot Kitchen
Goods, Etc., Etc.
On view Wednesday, March 21.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
At my salesroom, 857 Knahumanu
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON EACH DAY.
P. Bird to Wilder & Co., Ltd..
Land In Kewalo Tract.
D. Kahalewal and hsb. to Wilder
& Co., Ltd., lands at Kewalo, also
I. Noar to -I. E. Lamb, Ap. 1, L- C.
A. 709, North Side Fort St., at Ka
pauhl. MARCH 24
8. K. Laa et al. to Western &
Haw. Investment Co.
Houso lot Pauahl St.
2 acros at Palama.
2 shares, covering 80 acres, Ahu
puaa, of Kaliaua.
2 acres at Walhcle, Ewa.
Leasehold Interest, lot on Pau
JAS. F. MOROAN,
"For Rent" cards on ul. a
'tho Bulletin office.
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
Be sure your ticket reads via tho.
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery St., San Francisco, CaL
1S7 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALlHl, and other dsfrble localities
Also 1 JUMP-SEAT BUCK.OARD,
ond-hand; good as new.
THE COBWEB CAFE,-
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co,, Props -
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. DERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.I
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