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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. 7. H. TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1908.
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Furnlihed with two Brackets (A), one to be fattened near faucet,
and one to be fattened wherever It It desired to ttore the hote when
not In ute. The Rack llflt off from the bracket and It carried with
the hote. Made from the bett malleable and wrought Iron. Length
over all, 24 Inchet. S
For Sale By
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
do to at once. It la tuperlor to any gin
In the market and flnde favor whir-
For talt at all leading hoUls and
Thos. F. McTiRhe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STPXET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
RAINIER BOCK BEER
On Draught and in Bottles
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Telephone White 1331
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New moon March 24th nt 1:21 p. m.
The tide at nanulut and llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time u 10b, 10m
lower thau Orcenwlch time, being
that of the meridian ot 167.S0. Toe
time whittle blowa at 1:30 p. m., which
It the tame aa Qreenwlsh. Oh 0m.
The steamer Mauna Loa arrived In
port nt 6 o'clock this morning, report
ing beautiful wca'ther on bcr return
trip from Kona ports. At an early
hour this morning the passengers worn
erected with a tight ot the cloud-cappei
summit of Hnlcnknla and yesterday tna
snow-lad slopes of Mauna Kea were
visible, The sea was like glass auu
everybody reports n charming trip.
The Mauna Loa was nble to makn all
landings en her route and bnufcs dp
tides the usual Kona produce and Kona
suenr. 440 rases of nlncnpples from
limner's plnntntlon nt Kcnlnkcktm.
Commander Slmcrson reports 7200 bag
of sugnr nt Honokan and 1210 bass ul
Kukulhaclc awnltlng shipment. The
Mauna I.oa returns to Hawaii poita
next Krlday morning
(he Gullettn office.
cards on sale at
Last Week of The
Grand Clearance Sale
At The Globe Clothing Co's., Store
For Two Weeks Only Beginning Monday, March 12
Every Article Marked Down to Easy Buying"Flgures
SUITS REDUCED 15 to S11.50! $14 to SIOI 13 to $0.50!
12 to S8i n to S7.50! io to 87; 9M to 86.50; W to so.
PANTS REDUCED $5 to 3.50! W-50 to S3i S2.75J 3.B0
to 82.25! 3 to 82! 2.50 to 81.75; U to 81.50! 1-50 o 1.
TRUNK8 REDUCED 420 to 813.50! $17.50 to 812.50! 915 to 810!
. $12.50 to 88.
8H1RT8 REDUCED $1.75 to Sl.'lOi 50 t0 Sl.lOi $1-25 to 90c'!
75c to 50b.
$10.00 and $12.50 Reduced to 88.00! $7.50 Reduced to 85.00.
BOY8' 8UIT8 REDUCED $9 to SO! $8 to 85.25! $7 to S4.75i $6 to
81.25; $5 to 83.50.
, DRE8S SUIT CA8ES $10 Reduce d to SG! $7.50 Reduced to 85-
.. BOW SHIELD TIES Reduced from 25c. to 3 for 25d. 50d T'e Re
duced to 406.
MIDQET STRING TIES Reduced from 25c to 15J. .
The Poor man cannot afford to wear poor clothes-the Prudent man will not
wear them. The rich, the poor and the prudent will take advantage
of this great Sale
ONLY FIVB DAYS MORE
The Globe Clothing Co;, 64 Hotel St.
Tuesday, March 20.
U. S. battleship Oregon. CapL Johu
Merrill, 12 days from Yokohama.
Stmr. Mauna I-oa, Slmerson, from
Maul. Kona and Kau ports (Luhalna,
March 19, 11.51 p. m.) at 6:20 a. m.
with 1914 bags sugar, 827 bugs coffci
51 bags beans, 2 bags peanuts, 121 bags
awn, 30 bags taro, 30 bags charcoal,
410 cases pineapples, C boxes chickens,
47 hoien ornnccs. 25 bundles hides. 3
kegs butter, 19 rigs, 65 bunches ba-l
nanos, 248 packages sundries.
Tug Fearless, Olten, 48 hours from
Kohalalelc (towing schr. Ka Mol)
Schr. Ka Mol, Hlpa, from Kohalalelc,
(tnwed by Tug Fearless).
Monday, March 19.
Stmr. Nocau, Pederson, for Mahu-
kona, Honokai and Kukulhacle and
Maul ports, 3 p. in.
fichr. Ada, Mana, for Lahalna, nt 5
Tuesday, March 20.
Stmr. Klnau, rrecman, for Hawaii
ports, 12 ni
Stmr. Llkcllko, Naopala, for Molokal,
Stmr. V 0. Hnll, 8. Thompson, for
Kuual ports, u I), m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Tullett, for Knu.il
parts, S p m
Mnhukona Arrived. March 19, Schr.
Allen A., from Makancll.
, Honuapo Sailed, March 1C, schr.
Evn, for Eureka. ,
We place on SALE a limited quantity of
Shirt Waist Patterns
Elegantly embroidered fronts and cuffs trlmed with
fine val lacp insertion, with plenty of good
quality lawn for making up
at $1.00 each
Come in White only
Other grades at 1.75 2.50 & 3.50
847-857 UMmm Stmt
P. O. BOX B4. TEL. MAIN 1
Auerback and Drum
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The Cheerful Liar
Thursday, March 29
L. A. C.
AND KONA ORPHANAGE
25c, 50c, and 75c.
National Stock Company
Tuetday, Marjh 20
NEW - TO-DAY
No. 77. TERMTOIIY OK HAWAII.
0. B. Weather Dureau,
March 20, 190G.
Temperatures C a. m., 60; 8 a. m.,
CO; 10 n. m., 70; noon, 70; morning
Barometer, 8 a, m., 29.99; absolute,
humidity, 8 a. m., 4.327 grains per cu
bic foot; relative, humidity, 8 a. m., 5C
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m., 53.
Wind 0 a. m, velocity 5, direction
NK; 8 a. m., velocity 2, direction NH;
10 a m velocity 4, dlroctlon SW;
noon, velocity 10, direction SW.
Rainfall during 24 hours
6 a m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movoment
COUIIT OF LAND HKfJISTHATION.
hours ended nt noon, 14G miles.
AI.I5X. Met! ASHLEY,
Section Director, 17. S. Weather Ou
TnnniToitY op Hawaii to dyron
O. CLARK; COUNTY OK OAHU
by aCOIiai: W. SMITH as Chair
man of the Supervisors; BYRON
O. CLARK. W. II. THOMAS, and
T. II. OIDSON, TIlUSTi:i:S; TKK
IUTOIIY OK HAWAII by E. C.
Peters as Attorney General; and
to ALL whom It may concern:
Whcrcns, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by MAHTHA
ELLEN HOLLOWAY to register and
confirm her tltlo In tho following de-
ended scribed land:
I rtcglnnlng at a concrcto post on tho
during North sldo of Cnllfornla Avenue 240
Benefit Hawaiian Yacht Club
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, and SATUR
DAY, MARCH 24,
Held By the Enemy
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, and 8ATURDAY
Tlcketa for Opera House perform
ance at Wall, Nichols Co., on Tuesday
TUE8DAY, APRIL 3, 10,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho premises, Llllha street, oppo- 'y
site Vineyard, I will Bell ta Public Auc
tion, tho property comprising:
A valuable lot on the corner of Ll
llha St. and Parker lane, having a
frontogo of 87 ft. on Llllha street, and
from 79 to 112 ft, deep.
The lot Is high ground and Is well
In this property tliero has lately
been erected a well built, new frnmo
building, 25x100 feet, wired for elec
tricity, flush closets, porcelain fittings,
etc. Uulldlng Is covered with corru
gated Iron. Tli a factory Is welt sup
plied with new machinery, comprising:
l zo-u.r. Bieam tuouiar boiler suxiuu
1 8x8 class D horizontal engine.
1 No. 4 mill for manufactuto of pot.
1 No. 2 mill for grinding grain, taro,
Shafting, belting, pullcs, scale
Tbo above will be first ottered as a
whole, and If not sold will be so)d In
All particulars nt my office.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Major Vnn Vllct left at noon todny
In the Klnau tor llllo and Wnlluku to
Inspect Territorial troops.
Veg. 43 Mln. true azimuth, 1455 MO
feet from the croas on cement post at
tho Initial point, of tho cntlro Town
Site, as located vy tho map and do.
scrlptlon with Petition No. 12, and
running by truo azimuths:
(1) 246 Dcg. 43 Mln., 300. feet, along
(2) 156 Dcg. 43 Mln., COO. feet along
(3) G6 Dcg. 43 Mln., 300. feet along
(4) 33C Dcg. 43 Mln., COO. feet along
Town Slto Lot No, 5, to the point
of beginning, nnd Including an
area of 180,000 Square Keel, being lot
0 of tho Wahlf.wa Townslto In l.ot 3 of
- mo waniawa uoiony iraci, a poruon
tlrlght Japaneno boy who Bpeaka good of Orant No. 4C22 to T. L. Holloway, at
English seeks n position In store or Wnhtawn, Walalua, Oaliu, T. II.
oincc. AddreHS Waklmoto, I, O. llox You aro hereby cited to appear at
902. 333C-lw tho Court of liiicl Registration, to bo
; ' hell nt Honolulu, Islnnd of Oaliu. on
LOST. the 19th day of April, A. I).. 1900, at
one o clock and thirty minutes in mo
v column i-e I'nee "tx I
l'OSI HON WANTED.
Have You Seen
The Latsit and Greatest In
BATHINQ AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort an! Kins Sts.
PHONE MAIN 13J
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Palr-dnublo gold-rlm glasses near Ho afternoon, to show cause. If any you
tel, King nnd Rlcr Bts Howard at hnvo, why tho prayor or said petition
this oClro, 3336-lt should not bu granted. And unless you
" """ ' -1- jippcnr at snld Court at tho time and
rtlfirtn nfnrnunlil vtit itnfnlilt will hn
f V TO-DAY recPrilc,l' nntl tno Bal11 Petition will be Lead, Pure White Zinc and Pure Lin
- muni un luiuvDorii. nuu juu vm uv l
. "" forever barred from contesting snld ,eeo ol,i
i. -nth uiiiuun wuui u. uiu petition or nny ilecrco entered thereon.
n.ii fin lilt. Territory llf Htttt all. At Wltnena IMIII.IP I. WRAVKIl. En-
'ciiainU-ia, In Probate. In tho Mn'ttcr quire. Judge of said Court, this 20th
'of tho Estate of Lepckn Panlanl. Or- Juj;(,"J,,""f,J;,xln "10 ycar nlnctccn
der lor Notlco of Hearing Petition for "JJJ w1th',Seal of said Court.
Probate of Will. A document purport. (8 , w , HOWARD.
Ing to be the last will nnd testament Registrar
of Lepeka Panlanl, deceased, linking on' aajRMnr "0 27-Anr 3 10
the 18th day of March, A. 1). 1900, been 3336-Mar. .0, 27, Apr. 3. 10.
prist nted to said Probate Court, and a NOTICE
potillon for tho probato thereof, and '
for tho issuance of ye",a,"" HONOLULU CHAMDER OF COM-
to John Pula and Alber Ina K. Panlanl
having been filed by John Palu, It la J merge.
hereby oidcrc'd tfcnt Monday, tho 23rd1 mL "
day of April, A. I). 1900, nt O-o'clotk The regular meeting of tho Honolulu
a m . or said day. at Hie court room of Chamber of Commerce will bo held at
nnld tout I, at Honolulu, bu and the I'b room. Stangenwald building, fin
satuo hVroby lo appointed the tlmo and Wednesday. March 21. at 3 o dock p.m.
place foi proMug utd U'l and hearing I JAS. OORDON SPENCI0R.
said application It U further ordered" I ,nn ."i',.
that notlco thereor lo glv.n, by publl , Jlonolulu. March 20, 1000. 3336-lt
cut lun onco n wcok lor threo success- --
lye weeks, In the Evunlng Ilullotln, a1 BORN,
nowspnpei' piildliihoil tn the English
langiiage. tin liit ptiblirntlon to be not MUnRAY In this city, March 19,
les tlinu ton divh preons to the, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs, H. V. Murray,
tin)' therein apnulutrd for hearing
Dated a Honolulu, Muich 20th, 1930.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, jn.,
I Second Judge First Circuit Court.
3336 Mch. 2), 27; Apr. 3, 10.
Tbo Wcokly Edition ot tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
tne nows oi tne nay. For sgi a year.
W. P. FULLER CO.'S PURE PRE
PARED PAINT Is made of Pure White
re Whits Zinc and Pure Lin
and these pure materials are
properly combined In correct propor
tion. -- .
The rcijlt la a high class paint with
a splendid nloss finish and excellent
wearing qualities. There Isn't a better
or mora durable paint made.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING 8T.
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OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Tho WeoUly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary'ot
the news or tne day. For 91 a year.
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other desirable lacalltls
Also 1 JUMP-SEAT BCCh0RD,
ond-hand; good a new.
THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 402.
-Camara & Co,, Props,5
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. DERETANIA and EMMA ST8.
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