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EVENtNOnOLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. SATURDAY, MAIICII 24, 1906
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3906 Cyphers Incubators
STYLE A & STORM KINO OUT-DOOR BROODERS,
. A full line of Cyphers goods utt received. This year's Cy
phera Incubators. nd Braoders are far ahead of anything that
has ever been put out In this line. The splendid record of a
100 hatch made at the Ut. Poultry Show was made with a
Call and see the latest and best In Poultry Supplies.
E. O. Hall
RAINIER BOCK BEER
On Draught and in Bottles
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
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ru.tuT a tucna ur ji-m.
f'"'"" ' ' ' '1 """"'"-"" " tmmmmmmm ' Vrnm Muni nnrt llfivinll nnrt trr
i Mr Purdy was In.Vladhostok. the Snn , t rill fr j" t nill T
Hllo. March 20 -J II Purdj 'e! 1 "lilc port for nutsla's railway, In Kcsfod. J. T Gill. Mrs J X. Olll. A.
.meresilngb of hi. trip ,0 Japan ,w J.nuary Th. harbor Jargo and sc- J I TZyU
Cheat, of Vladivostok Mr Pu.d, u "$ t!SwA& W. S.mpson Ooo Lycurguj. Flora
weJl known In Hllo. havlns been nia- httv nPO- biMiii- m !, nr uh Harvey. J. T Stnclscr, A. M. IJurns,
Ur mechanic for the Hllo Railroad Co 'The' harljor was nMrly Cc.bound, In-
lie finds no place with a better cllina'gre,,, nnJ .,. cro mnJc D0.,lble for
r more attractive than Hllo, though
lie so scon to Honolulu to accept a
tntltlon offered. He says the oppor
(unities for foreigners In Japan are
lew. In builiwss. or the professions.
The Japanese have wonderful ability
ub Imitators and have adopted all for
Iku. i specially American, Idea's, so
readily and fully tlint ihsra U no com
peting with them. They nre a superior
Tace phstcnlly and can endure much
hardship. The country is thickly pop
ulated and the streets of the larger
cities ure filled with a mass of people,
o that on occasions, as on the grcit
holiday, January 1, it Is Impossible to
KL abouL In parades, four-wheeled
carts drawn by hand nro much used:
p-nnanls fly everywhere and Imitation
-cherry blossoms, the national flower,
WHEW ! e
l Jim J j sjirVk
' I mll ll1 Will Mill lill Oil 1 1 II I ill
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6UNST-EAKIN CIGAR Co., UyHH
1 DISTRIBUTORS P lf lt!l
No. 0-66 Egg
No. 1 140 Egg
No. 2-240 Egg
& Son, Ltd.1
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.njiiurenu) ure omniiircscni
"llln. ,.y .1 ue ot nowerfullca-lireak.
iiPral, ,ne ZtJZ drolo n ouhl
team oer sixteen miles of Ico near the
c.y The business uart of Vladivostok
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months ago during riots that occurred.
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mi .n ir iiintoa rnH iii. inn.iai .nd
The BUSINESS MAN'S 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-
mer.ts, building permits an real es-
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75b Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
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It's Delicious Vmm T.!m
If you have never tried
it J iF r J J J i
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
l.ln the market and finds favor when
For sals at all Isadlng hotels and
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140. . I
Notice Is hercbytgfln thqt, Oakland
Harbor South Jetty Light, entrance to
Oakland harbor, San Francisco hay.
vaiiiornia. nor"1""", pporieu "-
ngcu uy a collision, nn.i a post lamcrn
Bvisj'cmicu irora ids "H rcn,u,ul"S
j.llcs. wa.rebt.llt and the Jen, i lantern
"'"i ?'.H- ,SS a ffSS
dato the temporary post lantern light
San Pedro Harbor Light No, 3, Cnl
fornla. Treated In 16 feet of water,
on the westerly side of the channel in
San Pedro harbor, about 3-32 mile S. E.
by I, from the Southern Pacific Hall
This fixed white post-lantern light.
heretofore reported temporarily discon
tinued, has been permanently discon
tinued. Uy order of the Light-house Hoard
II. T Majo, Commander, U S N., In
spector 12th Light-House District.
Binir. Kinau. .Marcn zt . 11. 110111
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lcv, w:,n- tWc8,lc!f.eI,'. Mrf- K.
Lewis. Miss Lewis, Master Lewi
Wakefield, Hugenc J. NclT, A, A. Qlea-
. E. Mablc. A. J. Splttc. 8. Spltic,
" Certclmann Mrs IJ. A.
Nawahl, Mrs. U. V. Jaklns, W. A.
Row ell. Mrs. w. A. Howell and Infant,
M,H J ".c"' Ml" ; "0W",I'.J!; I
rinmnn T f TTi-tnrlnmt Q 11 KStl(. !
uututjii, ... a,wniua lis m tjt- s
lama. C. A Doyle. Miss F.. May. W.
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PA33ENQER3 ARRIVED. ,
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J. FJncgan. Miss Mabel Loe, Geo. 01-ill. JIanchett, Mrs. I,. J. Hanchctt,
ding. J. II. Fuller. J. P. Makalnal.l John S. Jancway, Q. M. Jones. Mrs,
Mil James Ctbb. J. Maredcn, W. Ka
wahara. Mm. David Morton and In
fant, Miss 1). Morton, Master M. Mor
ton Dr. J. II. Raymond, John II. Map
tin, A. 0. Kill Iberg. T. R. Lucas, Mrs.
Dunbar, S. Anno, O. Funaka, C, F.
Hejrlck. r! W Po'dmore, Wm. F. Flem'
Ing, II. Hayselden, R. Kanakanul.
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New moon March 24th at 1:21 p. pi.
Saturday, March 24.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Marti, Ucnt.
from Ban Francisco, 9:30 n. ra. .
Stmr. Klnnu, frscman, from Hawaii
torts 11 n. m.
Strar. lwnlanl, I'lltz, from Ahuklul.
Friday, March 24.
Tug Fearless, Alseon, for Kahulul
towtni? ilrilpr Itrrlnmnllon. litis
I Drcdccr Reclamation, for Knhulut.
n tow of the tuz Fearless.
Slm. ciaudlne. Parker, for Maul
norts and Hllo G-1S D. m.
, pon& ""gfJJ ,, HobcrU
V crul.. to Kauai ports. 12:30 p. m.
Saturday, March 24
Scbr Alice Cooko, Pcnhnllow,. fur
San, Francisco, a. in.
Schr. Wm. II Marston, (loe( for
Han Francisco, a. m.
U. S. battleship Oregon, Merrell, foi
San Francisco, 1 p. m
I M S. S Siberia Zeeder, for Sin
Frnnclsco, 4 pm.
T. K. K. S. S Hongkong Mam, Bent,
for Yokohama, p. m.
Htmr. Helcne, Nelson, for Ilamakua
ports, ! p. m.
rm . cv.l.,n .. a a lin.,...
Vong Mari, March 24 For Yoko.
Iinnm: Miss A. A. Allen, Mrs. L. Ilalley,
Hene Halewyck, Lt. Col. (1. Johojl,
Miss Katxlld Jonefl, Oenslln It. I).
Matslly, T. H. Monto, C. H. Strong,
Mrs. C. II. Strong. K. Tatsuta, John
Howard Taylor, Mrs. John Howard
Talor, Dr. E. R. Smith. For Kobe:
' Henry n Williams. Jr. For Hong-
hong; Mrs. Olive Hyrne Miss Una
(Byrne, J. M. Cocklns, Mrs. J. M.
I uncKins, j. 11. uunnijgnnm, 11. u
Dunbar. A. H. Frascr, Mrs. A. It. Fra
scr. Earl Frascr. Mrs. R. Gettlngs, a
O. Ollflllan. C. II. Hanchctt, Mrs. C
O. -M. Jnues, C. II. Lamb. Oco. E. I.o
reni. Capt. 0. F. Lyon, T, P. Ran
dall. Chas. L. Raer, Miss M. Roberla,
II. Ropes. Wm. Salelc, 8, Salck, Mlsa
Isabel Strong, Mrs. J. Livingstone!
Taylor, T Whltmoro Wnldcgravo, rMs.
T. Whltmoro waiucgrave, w. w. van
Fine Job Printing t the Bulletin.
INFANTS and CHILDRENS
DREB9E8, machine and hand-made; CAPS, BOOTEES, 80CK8,
3ACQUE8, 8KIRTS, GOWNS, STORK PANTS, 3TORK BIBS,
WA8H DIB8, ETC., ETC.
t Also showing a line of
8HEET8, PILLOW CASE8, BED 8P.READ8, 3HELF OIL CLOTH,
MATTRE88 PROTECTORS, QUILTED TABLE PAODINQ, TOWELS
See Window Displays
Auerback and Drum
0 AND o
o IN o
The Cheerful Liar
Thursday, March 29
L. A. C. AND KONA ORPHANAGE.
2Sc 50c, and 75c.
F- D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oflfcfl and 8tors Fitting, Cabinet MaK
Ing and Polishing; C.l.b.sh Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
J82 ALAKEA ST.. rear Y. M. C. V
M READY FOK
Messrs. Drum and Auerbach's com
edy company will not havo 3 rehearsal
this evening as expected, owing to the
.Inability of some ot the members to
attend. Everything, however, Is I
i dullness for the- play and the sale ot
tickets Is progressing nt a rapid rate.
I Tho tonn will be canvassed begin
ning from next Monday, the 26th Inst.
Jjy n competent person, and, It Is hoped
that no ono will turn away the ticket
ngent disappointed. The entiro busi
ness section of tho city will be reached,
giving all an opportunity to aid in the
good work. It Is hoped that all the
friends and supporters ot the Orphan
ago will do their duty towards swelling
-Messrs. Drum and Auerbach have
worked Incessantly since the first meet
ing, and let us show them that the
people of this city know how to nppra
elate the actions ot those who nro
worthy by crowding tho Orphcum tho
stie, )cs. not onLO, but twice. Ilox ot
ic e opens on the morning of the 28tb
Inst.. 0 a. m,, tho tickets being sold U
.Jopular prices, ,
U. S. Weather Bureau.
Temperatures C n. m , 62; 8 a. in.,
07. 10 n. m, 71, noon, 72; morning
minimum, 02. r
llaromcter. 8 a. m 30 02; absolute
1 humidity, 8 it. m., 4.707 grains por
! tiblc .foot; relative humldltyrs a. ra ,
15 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in.. .15.
Wind Ota m., velocity 3. direction
N. E ; Sa. m . velocity 1, direction N.
:.; to a. ni velocity 5, direction S. W.;
noon, velocity 10, direction 8. W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 u.
in.. .02 inch,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon. 143 miles.
ALEX. McO. ASHLEY,
leotion Director. U. S. WWtaer Dn
NEW -. TO-DAY
TION CO.. LTD.
The regular annual meeting of the
"iockholdcrs of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co,, Ltd., will he held ct
the office of the company, Queen street.
Honolulu, on Wednesday, March -28,
1900, at 10 o'clock a. m.
O. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu, March 17, 1900. ' 3340-3t
National Stopk Company
Benefit Hawaiian Yacht Club
Held By the Enemy
Tickets for Opera House perform
ance at Walt, Nichols Co., now on sale,
Have You Seen
The Latsjt and Oreatest In
BATHING AND 8HAMP00ING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foil and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 151
CORNER FORT AND BERE.
TANIA ST3-, SACHS BLOCK.
Olnglo Rooms and Suites,
Electric Lights andRunning
Water In overy room.
Unfurnished rooms on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
solicited. Rates reasonable.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
3F FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
The Weekly Edition of tho Erenlne
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
mo uowb vi iuu uay, ror $i a year.
847-857 KiahuniMi Stwl
P. 0. BOX KM.
TEL MAIN It
Tuesday, April 3, 1906,
at 12 o'clock noon,
At tho premises, Llllha street, oppo
site Vineyard, I will sell ta. Public Auc
tion, the property comprising:
A valuable lot on the corner of Ll
llha St. and Parker lane, having a
frontage ot 87 fL bn Llllba street, and
from 79 to 112 ft. deep.
Tho lot Is high ground and Is well
In this property there has lately
been erected a well built, new framo
building, 25 x 100 feet, wired for elec
tricity, flush closets, porcelain fittings,
etc. Hulldlng Is covered with corru
gated iron. Tho factory is well sup
plied with now machinery, comprising;
l 20 li.p. Btenm tuuuiar uoner auxiuu
1 8x8 class H horizontal cngfno.
1 No. 4 mill for manufacture of poL
1 No. 2 mill for grinding grain, taro.
Shafting, belting, pullejs, scalo.
The above will bo first offered as a
whole, and If not sold will be sold In
Alt particulars at my olucc.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
ai mi f 1 Denver
No Change dix.0"
Do sure your ticket reads tin ths
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery 8t., 8an Francisco, Cal.
1J7 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
CALIHI, and other deslr.ble localities
Also 1 JUMP-SEA i' DDCKCOAnD,
fond hand; good as new.
THE COBWEB CAFE,-
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Camara & Co,, Props -J
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANlA and EMMA 8T8,
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