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EVBM1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., FRIDAY, MARCH 16. 1906.
Oy John R. Mustek,
FOR ALL A"MERICAN8
YOUNQ AND OLD.
Entertaining and Instructive for
young readers while the devotee of
historical study will find In them a
newer and clearer light on great events
of the world.
Boys and girls will learn more of
American history In these books than
by years of grind at school and at the
same time be delightfully entertained.
HALF MOROCCO 35
8oldon payments of $3 per month.
Wm. G. Lyon Go,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
entrance on Hotel street.
PER 8. 8. ALAMEDA
The Swellest and Largest Stock of
suitings ever brought to the city.
"THE LATEST GRAYS"
IN PURE WOOL8.
$20 to 30 per Suit
Have First Choice
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN SATURDAY8 UNTIL 9 P. M
A 8uperlor Light to all others.
Aoeytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
nd cheapness radiates teas heat, viti
ates the air leu and has no Injurious
effects on the eyes.
For further particulars Inquire at
Also Calcium Carbide of all sixes. In
drums and small cans, for aenerstors
and Automobile Lamps and rall sixes
and grades of Oas Mantles and Oas
Washington Light Co.
C. vy. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 8t.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Deretanla 8ts, Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak.
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 233Z
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBINO AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
That all men's palates ar's pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
N8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-SO King St, Uoy Block, bsL
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; Tel. aln 189.
that suits everyone's taste Is the ons
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATI0N.
FANCY DRY GOOD8,
c J U8T OPENED
Clothing, Hats, 8hoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1003-1013 Nuuanu St, corner
King. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T.
jajssr"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
Notice of Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Go,, Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that the -Waialua
Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised its right to pay the
whole of Its bonds issued and dated
April 1, 1901, amounting to One Mil
lion Dollars ($1,000,000.00) upon the
1st day of April, 1906, and that said
bonds will bo paid with Interest to
April 1, 1906, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at tho offlco of the
Companr, upon March 31. 1'jOC (said
April 1, 190G being Sunday); and no
tice Is further given that the said Wat-
alua Agricultural Compaay, Limited,
will be In no wlso chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
laid first day of April, 190G
W. A. UOWEN, Treasurer.
Waialua Agricultural Cqmpnny, Llnv
Honolulu, T. H., February 21, 1906.
33ls-to Alar 31
OAUII QltnAO rriMDAMV I IMIYen
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at the
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hereby given to all
holders of bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to "SO both Inclusive
to present tho same for payment to
tho Treasurer of tho Company at his
o m co in mo iiacKteld Building, In
Honolulu, on the 1st day of April, A. I).
IMG; and notice Is also given that no
further Interest will bo paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
1900, as Interest will cease on sttld
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 190G.
McBRYDE 8UQAR CO., LTD.
Notice Is hereby given that the An.
nnal Meeting of the McIIrydo Sugar
Company. Limited, will bo held In tho
pfllcp of Theo. II. Davlcs & Co., Ltd.,
on Thursday, March 22nd, 190G, at
iv a. m.
Tho stock transfer books will be
closed between the Sth nnd 22nd Inst .
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McIIrydo Sugar Com
Honolulu. 8th March, 190C.
3330 Mar. 13. 10.20.
THE LEMMON-EARLE DIRECTORY
will publish the 190M907 Directory for
the Hawaiian Islands. It will be up-te
lato In every respect,
L. M. LEMMON,
. GRACE M. EAIILE.
I am going to 'California this week.
Any orders for llvo stock left at tho
Club Stables will bo promptly attend
C. II. DELLINA.
3329-tf Manager Club Stables.
Mr. O Somma. who formerly con
ducted the barber shop at 92S Fort
street has reopened a new,' neat and
clean shop at No. 10 King near Nuu
anu street 3328-lm
1128 FORT ST.
HAVE FOR 8ALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. Horses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
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Agents for the
Aoyal Insurrnce Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Mllance Aituranco Co. of London.
Icottlsh Uman & National Hns. Co. of
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Allholnia of Magdeburg General nf
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made te order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrlgctlon
purooses a soeclalty. Particular attr
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
vacuus M shortest notice.
LARQE 8T0CK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
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Fine Job Prlntln at the Bulletin,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
e?aj 'For Rent" cards on ale at
the Bulletin office.
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ft !,PS,lMac m ysgrrs
ft ll'!i,'.l.i.aariKWWH h VI alb
mi 1 1 si Hsmmam
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mSBrnl w; 3G&H
Mr. B-oni "Thst's very fine. But
Mr. Noorichei "That, sir, represents 'a
SAID TO BE SHAPING
t'nder Its heading "l'coplo Talked
About" Leslie's Weekly for March 8
publishes n photograph of Volcano
Marshal and the following detail ufl
Ms article In tho Shanghai Ilund thai
was republished by tho Bulletin:
What American dlnlomacv could not'
uo In China, in checking the boycott 100. of the Session Lns of 1903. I beg
of Americans nnd American products, ilfovo to state that I hereby require
has been practically accomplished by i uonda from tho following otrircrs In
the pen of that fearless American lii,lhe following sums:
me rar East volcano .Marstinii. del-
dom, If ever, has anything been writ-
ten approaching In severity Marshall's
arraignment of Chinese character, np
r.carlnir hi the Shanehal Hum! of i
Issue of December 31st last. Marshall!
was In the thickest of the Chinese untl MaKnv.no, Lahalna, Ilnmnktta, LI
lorclgn riot on December lSth. On hll "'"1 Wnlmea.
Nanking road he was "assaulted by the 1300. The first District Magistrate
mob of 3000 Infuriated Chinese that of Wulnnnc. Waialua, Koolauloa, Koo
Mibsequently burned the handsome lawpoko. Hunuaula. liana, Klpnhuu;
iiolln. stntlnn. ntinrkr.i th pttv imii Molokal. I-annl. Knlaupapa. North Ko.
and looted and wrecked the hotel un-
nex. In his article he uses this Incl
dent as a bludgeon to cudgel the Chin
cte. Marshall. In concluding his mr-
clless castlgatlon. proposes a toast to
his "Mongolian brethren." to be drunk
"standing and In sllenco." Tho toast
Is: "On with the boycott!" which has
since Lcco-io tho slogan of Americans
In China, The article, while It aroused
great Indignation among the Chinese,
nlso caused great consternation among
their high olllclals, Placards on the
walls In the native city, calling on the
Chinese to boycott American goods,
were torn down, nnd tho boycott In
the great commercial city of Shang
hai, where It had Its Inception, Is on
the wane. .Mr. -Marshall was editor
of the first and only American news
paper tno Shanghai Times published
In China. On tho paper's nurchaso by
un Englishman he retired as editor.
Ah a writer Mr. Murslmll Is a master of
r or mm io
1 HIPPY PROSPECT
Dp not lose sight of the. night when
the I.usltant Athletic Club will till
your hearts with laughter Mr Henry
Aucrbach, now the leading comedian
at tho Orpheum. will appear before his
host of admirers as "Mrs. Sweotlovc
,..! nil ...l.n -.. . ... ...t.l. .1.-1
noosting. lie certainly does himself
linnnr In nv ml. n .ri. .,
sllilo nature. The play, "The Cheerful
I.lur," Is very Interesting. There Isn't
a dull pnrt In It. No one should mUs
It, for remember, the object, Charity.
Per stmr Mlkahala, for Knual parts,
March 15. J. II. i'ortcous, Oscar
Ilronne, l. L. Peters. C. It. Huckland,
Rev. II. Iscnberg, Col. Spalding mid
rJZ MMnpr ? S. l:aV R onecmeni that harmony had been es.
nfc.?m.'3hV.V.7: ,cter" M,,B Web''',tabllshcd nnd that Tammany wouU
I,UB, IV, .UWCy.
Per S. S. Ventura
March IS. for
Auckland. Miss Kathleen Cartwrlght.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul ports,
S p, m, today. Miss O. Illx. Mrs, H. A.
naldwln, child nnd maid, Mrs. Flsk,
Mr. Mitchell, Jas. A. Thompson. J. A.
McDonagh. Dr. Q. It, McDonngh, Mlm
iu.,s jwi.ji, .u. i. Hung ivuiik.
Mary Enos. Miss Henrietta Keau, Sis
ter Helena'. Mrs. A, Mackintosh and
WHAT BUSINESS DELEGATE8
ioia me senate committee when
Precentlng Hawaii's Necessities, Will
Be Published In
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
tr what does It repr.ienlt"
Acting Coventor Atkinson has sent
the following letter to Chief Justice I
Frcnr nklnK, that District .Magistrates. Uhe Judd Building at said Honolulu.
who all handle government money, bol J?a,fi1;. l,onolu'u. T. II., Fcbruarj
required to rurnlsli bonds
March IS, 190G.
Honorablo V. F. Frenr, Chief Justice,
Dear Sir: Under Section 88 of Act
" c um uumn .MnKmrmn
or Honolulu. Kwn, ANalluku nnd South
,lllo the second clerk of the district
co"rt of Honolulu nnd tho clerk of the
I district rourt of South Hllo.
Ii50. The first District Magistrate
nnla' South Kohala, North Kona. 8outh
onti, '-asi nnu west itau. .Norm Mlio,
I'n. Kolim. Kawalhau and Hannlcl;
lant clerk of the Judiciary Depart
m(ni lh ball lit. librarian and messcn-
Bfr ' lho Supreme Court; assistant
,t,crk nnu bailiff of Circuit Court and
clerk and Interpreter of District Court,
second circuit, and assistant clerk, mes
senger and Interpreter, fourth circuit,
I hae the honor to be. sir.
Your obedient servant.
A. L. C ATKINSON.
Acting Governor of Hnwall.
The statuto referred to relates to tb"
lomllng of olllclals, making It man
datory In some eases, while in others
It Is left to the discretion of the flov
McClellan and Murphy
Wrmlri Root UoopeT,1,onolulu' County of Oahu, Territory
IIUU1U Deal Ileal Ol 'of Hawaii, conveyed to Debora Pahau.
Now York. Feb. 22. Roports that a
truco of some kind may come out oil
tho present political fight between!
Mayor McClcllan nnd Charles F Mur
)hy and Hint a solid delegation will be
hent tu the Democratic State Con ven-1
Hon to oppoio llm nomination of ,
II curst for ()ocrnur received a
impetus today In n statement mude by
i-ittle Tim" Sullivan.
"There Is no light or nuorrcl In
Tammany." said he, "and there won't
be any. 'lllg Tim' and I are with the
MZflr,. ..',, "i h,iZ'
r ?".. lujt nnd all tho time."
It Is largely through tho Influcnco of
." ."..,."'. TV "I "".." ."."'.
..""" " ' - "" '" 'no ociegauou
which Tammany sends to the State
For sovcral days there have been
rumors that romo sort of a truce
would bo established whereby Murphy
would remain In control of Tammany
and Tammany would oppose Hearst's
rlans for the nomination. Of theso io
ports Murphy would take no notice.
The statement of "Little Tim" Sulli
van was regarded In somo political
circles ns tne forerunner or uu an
not sanction the nomination of Hearst. Eight Hundred (15800.00) Dollars, as
Continuing his statement, Sullivan, of record In the Offlco of the Hawaii
said: an Registry of Conveyances, In Llbcr
"We know- that in somo parts of the
Stato Hearst Is making a strong effort
to capture the organization tho so
railed organization, Hut tliero will bo
reaction In tlmo to prevent his nom
ination, If ho Bhould run for Cover
nor on a third ticket I think he would
draw more votes from the Republican
.wi-ninan tno ucmocratlr ranks. I do not
believe that it Is pnsslblo for Hearst
to obtain the Democratic party nomin
ation for Governor."
Although Charles F. Murphy has
looked with favor on the plan to have
Hearst Head tno stato ticket, men
.prominent In Democratic circles ex
press the opinion that his attitude is
undergoing a change nnd that when
the time comes ho will stand for au
In accordance with the provision
of those certain mortgages made by
lllram Kolomoku. mortgagor, to Wil
liam O. Smith, Mary S. I'arker and
Henry Walerhouse, Trustees under the
will of William C Lunalllo, deceased,
dated March ICtb, 1900, and August
11th, 1900, respectively and recorded
In the Hnwallan Registry of Convey
ances In Liber 201, pages 232-235 and
Liber 213, pages 127129 respectively,
which said mortgages were duly as
signed to Uathshcba M. Allen by a deed
ot assignment dated November lGtu.
1903, and recorded in said Registry In
Llbcr 232, pages 197 and 193, notice Is
Hereby given tbnt said Uatusbeua M.
Allen Intends to foreclose the same to:
condition broken, to wit, non-payment
of principal and Interest.
Notice Is likewise given that after
the expiration of three coniccullvs
weeks from the dato of tho first publi
cation of this notlco, the said Uath
sheba M. Allen will foreclose said
mortgages and will advertise for sale
the property covered thereby In so far
as the same was convoyed by said
mortgages. Including whatever Interest
the Trustee In Bankruptcy of said
lllram Kolomoku may have In said
property, and will sell tho samo at pub
lic auction at the auction rooms of
James F. Morgan In said Honolulu on
Saturday, tho 17th day of March, A.
D. 190G at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
Following la the description of said
All that parcel of land at Kulaoka
bua In said Honolulu, comprising Lot
Two Hundred and Ninety-Three (2931
on Government Survey Map of Kulao
kahua Plains said lot having a front
age of 100 feet, moro or less, on Klnau
street, and a depth of ISO feet.
Note. Tho above salo Is subject til
whatever Interest Mary Ann K. Kolo
ruoku and her assigns may bate In
said property, she having only Joined
In the mortgages aforesaid by releus
ng bcr right or doner In said prop
K Mc'ci.'naban & "tor.'
noys for said Mathsheba M. Allen, a'
UATHSHBI1A M. ALLEN.
I hereby consent to the foregoing
method of foreclosure and sale.
CHARLES R. HEMENWAY,
Trustee In Bankruptcy of Hiram Ko
lomoku. Feb. 23; Mar. 2, 9, 10.
SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTICE.
Under and by tlrtuo of a certain
Alias Execution Issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, on the 9th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 190G, In tho matter of A.
II. Porter and K. II. Porter, co-partners
doing business as tho Porter Furnlturo
Company, Plaintiff, vs. Dcbora Pahau,
Mary Kahola and Ales. Pahau, Defend
ants, I did. In tho District of Honolulu,
Island and County of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, levy upon and shall offer
for salo and sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, at the front en
trance of tho Capitol Building, In Ho
nolulu aforesaid, at 12 o'clock noon of
Saturday, tho 17th day of March. A. D.
190G, all tbo right, tttlo and Interest of
the said Debora Pahau, Mary Kabela
and Alex. Pahau, defendants. In and
to all tho following described real pro
perty, unless the sum of Six Hundred
Twenty-two and 88-100 (J622.88) Dol
lars, that being amount for which said
Execution Issued, together with costs
and my feo and expenses arc previous
All the right, title and Interest of
Debora Pahau and Alex. Pahau, here
inafter described ,to wit-
1. Portion Apana 1. It. P. 1217, L.
C. A. 3G8S 1), area 1-4 acre, with Im
provements thereon, situate at Pauoa.
by deed recorded In the Hawaiian Reg.
ltry of Conveyances In Llbcr 188,
2- 14 Interest of Debora Pahau
and l- Interest of Alox. Pahau In the
remaining portion of tho old Pahau
homestead In Kawalahao, Honolulu
aforesaid, being a portion of II, P. CGG,
to In trust deed recorded as aforesaid
In Liber 229, page 400.
3. 1-6 Interest of Debora Pahau.
and 1G Interest of Alex. Pahau, In that
parcel of land In Kawalahao, Honolulu
aforesaid, area 12Gt square feet, do
scribed In It. P. 1944, L. C. A. 387 (Lot
4), conveyed to said defendant by deod
of 8. N. Castle Est.. Ltd., recorded as
aforesaid in Liber 253. page 34.
4. 1-G Interest of Debora Pahau, and
1-6 Interest of Alox. Pahau In that par
cel of land In Kawalahao, Honolulu
aforesaid, area 9830 square feet, de
scribed in deed of S. N. Castlo Est.,
Ltd., recorded as aforesaid. In Liber
.268, page 143.
5. And all other and different.
right, tltlo and Interest of said Dobora
Pahau, aud of salfi Alex. Pahau, In and
to tho Estate of Hiram Kolomoku Pa
hau deceased, referred to In said trust
deed, I.I lit r 229, page 400 aforesaid.
The abovo described promises are
subject to mortgages to W. II. Castle,
for tho total sum of Flvn Thnuannil
an Registry of Conveyances, In LI
'221, page 27; Llbcr 227, pago 191,
221, page 27; Llbcr 227, pago 191, and
in L.iDcr 232, page 91.
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, February 14,
OEO. C. SBA,
Deputy High Sheriff, Territory
3307 Feb. 14. 28; Mar. 16.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHE6 CLEANED,
r-HtaatU, HEPAIKED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
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"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
81ERUA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
BONOMA APIL 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
In conner-ton with the salting of the above steamers, the aetata
orepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, con Don tbrouch tickets, bt ami
railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, aaA (nan
New Tork by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.,
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co,, and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
ateamera of the above companies will csll at Honolulu an
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned!
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
HONflKONO MARU MAR. 22
KORHA MAIL 2
COPTIC APIL 71
call t Manila.
for gsneral Information apply to
Ht Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAUAN S. S. COt
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands. Via Pacific Ooul
Prom lNssw VorJc to Honolulu
8.8. "MASSACHUSETTS" to sail MAR. 10
8.8. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail APRIL S
Freight received at all times at the Compony's Wharf, list Street, South
From San Prnnclaco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail MAR- 22
a."NEBRA8KAN" to sail APRIL 12
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich Street
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Snn Pranclaco.
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" to sail MARCH 11
8.8. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
Prom Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.8. "HAWAIIAN" (direct boat) to sail MAR. 18
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" via San Francisco, sail APRIL 8
For further Information apply at
G. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight A,gsnL AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above Hne, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. . ,
ind calling A Victoria, B. O, Honolulu and Sura, FIJI, and Brisbaaa, ae
DUE AT HONOLULU oa or about the dates below stated, Tts.t
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brtshano and Sydney) I (For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
Mtnwi-nA Annii. ''
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United aUalas) Ml
Kurope. For Freight and Passat; and atl general Information apply to
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Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street.
BRANCH HU8TACE PECK CO., LTD.
(laving baggage coutnete with the following Btoamshlp Cos LIoms
Oceania Steamship Co. Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
Oceld' ital & Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Kaisha Steamship C.
We cheek your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving ru tka troasla
and annoyance of checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggago checked on steamers of above comi.is and aj
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VENTURA APIL 24
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