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A full line of Cyphers goodt Jutt received. This year's Cy
pher. Incubator.. and Brooders are far ahead of anything that
ha ever been put out In this line. The .plendld record of a
100 hatch made at the Ut. Poultry Show was made with a
Call and iee the latest and be.t In Poultry Supplies.
E. O. Hall
l AIM Lit BOCK BEER
On Draught and in Bottles
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Telephone White 133 J
iNotice of Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Go,, Ltd,
Notice Is hereby clTCn that the Wal-
ulua Agricultural Company, Limited,!
has exercised Its right to pay tbei"10 probate thereof and for the Issu
whole of Its bonds Issue and dated "" ' ,,'"" ttamcnlory to Rosa
April 1. 1901, amounting to One Mil-x0 AuS '"e Enos and Joso Vlelra
.Uon Dollars ($1,000,000.00) upon the 'Marclcl, having been died by Rosa
1st day of April, 190, and that said T",a' Ul hereby ordered that Mon
bonds will be paid with Interest to day. he 23rd day of April A. D. 1906.
April 1, 1906, upon presentation and at 10 oc'c a. m.. of said day, at the
Burronder thereof nt tho offlco of the Jourf om ot M c0,lrt- at Walluku,
Company, upon March 31, 1906 (said s,a,'L N" and the same hereby la ap
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); nnd no- Pointed the time and placo for proving
tlco Is further given that tho said Wnl-Ifnld "' an,l hearing said application,
nlua Agricultural Company, Limited, I ls further ordered that notlco there
will bo In no wtoo chargeable with ln-lof ho given by publication once a week
teres! upon said bonds from and nfter fr three successive weeks. In the Evo-
aid first day of April, 1906
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer,
Waialua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, T. II., February 24, 190C.
3316-to Mar 31
OAHU 8UGAR COMPANY, LIMITED,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS, i
"iPOTsuant to resolution passed at the
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hereby given to nil
holders of bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to 750 both Inclusive
to present thn same for payment to
the Treasurer of tho Company nt his
omco In the Hackfeld Building, In
Honolulu, on the 1st day of April, A, 1).
,1906; and notice Is also given that no
further Interest will be paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
1906, as Interest will cento on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu. Feb. S3, 1906.
CLEANING and DYEING
Wt are now miking tfccUlty of tht
Alovt work -
s Saniiary Staarn Laundry,
1 Phon Wnln J a
HWO1 WWW "W"W"W"H' s
Best Meal in Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
bEALR8 IN IMPORTED QENERALi
Unique Articles of AM Kinds.
841 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 264. p. 0. Box 045
"The OJd Plantation"
this beautiful new Hawaiian
now on sala In sheet music form.
SERG8TR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG
nlank books of all sorts, lt'deem
A.rt lr,n1t,rntMrA(l liw Iho Htllttlfli Tliil.
Evening Bulletin 75 ? per month.
No. 0-66 Eg
No. 1 140 Egg
No. 2-240 Egg
KING OUT-DOOR DROODERS.
& Son, Ltd.
IN THE CIUCU1T COURT OF TIIK
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
At Chambers; In Probata In tho Mat
tor of tho Estate of Augustino Enos,
late of Walluku. Maui, deceased. Or
der for Notlco of Hearing Petition for
Probate of Will. A document purport
ing to bo the Last Will and Testament
of Augustino Enos, late of Walluku,
Maul, deceased,, having on the 8th day
of March, A. I). '1900, been presented to
said Probata Court, and a petition for
ning Bulletin nnd Maul Now, news
papers published in tho English Ian
gunge, tho last publication to bo not
less than ten days previous to tho time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Walluku, Maul, March 8th,
Judge of tho Circuit Court 2nd
Ily tho Court:
(Sd) EDMUND II. HART.
3329 Mar. 12, 19, 26; April 2.
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tho ani
mals described below havo been lm
pourded in the Government pound at
Mnhlkl, Kona, Uland of Oahu, and un
lesi the pound fees and cstray on road
aro sooner satisfied, will he sold at
the dato hereafter named, according
Mar. 20, 1900 Wlilto horso; no brand;
lms ringhono on right foot.
The nboto animal will bo sold on
Saturday, March 31st, 1906, at 12
o'riccl: noon, if not called for before
tho .date mentioned.
WILLIAM -J. KATHUTTI,
S33S-3t Pound Master.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIOA
TION CO., LTD.
The regular annual meeting of tin
ctockbolders of the Inter-Islund Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., will bo held at
Lthe offlco of the company, Queen street.
iiuuuiuiu, (iii wi'uiiusciay, iurcu 9,
1906, at 10 o'clock a. m.
C. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Mnrch 17. 1906. 3340-,'lt
EMMA 8QUARE CONCERT.
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
He concert this evening at 7:30 at
Emma Square, as follows:
March, "Tho Victor" Pror
Overture, "The Spring Queen".. Blggo
Ilnllad, "Alice Where Art Thou".Asher
Grand Selection, "Marltana".. Wallace
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs .ar, by Bcrgcr
Mrs. N, Alapai,
Selection, "Musical Btar" O'llaro
"In My Merry Oldsmoblle". ..Edwnids
Finale, "Happy Heinle" ....Lampe
"Ood 8avo the King "
"The Star-Spangled Banner."'
A ship's hold Tho ambor.
Thcro aro now twenty-seven stand
ard gauge nnd thirty nlno narrow
gauge railways In Spain.
If you have never tried
0 J J j o Jt J
o j j jt jt jn jt
do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wh.r
For sale at
all leading hotels and
Thos. F. AlcThe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
t . .
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE TERRITORY
In the Matter of Hart & Company,
Limited, a Mankmpt. In Dank
ruptcy. To the creditors of Hart & Com
pany, Limited, a Hawaiian corpora
Notlco Is hereby given that on -tho
19th day of March, 190C, the said Hart
& Company, Limited, a Hawaiian cor
poration, was duly adjudged bankrupt,
nnd that tho first meeting of the cred
itors of said Hart & Company, Limit
ed, will bo held at my omce, 602 Stnn
gcnwald building, Honolulu, pn tho
11th day of April, 1906, at 4 o'clock In
tho afternoon, at which time tho
creditor mny attend, provo their
claims, cxamlno tho bankrupt, elect a
trustee nnd transact such other busi
ness as mny properly -come before
Mnrch 26th, 1906.
WILLIAM T. RAWLINS,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
3311 Mar. 26; Apr. 10.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO
PARTNERSHIP. Notice Is hereby given that tho co
partnership heretofore conducted by
WO ON. YONO SOY and YONO CHU.
tinder the Arm name nnd stylo of WO
un & uu.Mi'ANY, at No. 1115 Nuuanu
Street, Honolulu, County of Oahu, tins
been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr.
Wo On has purchased tho Interests of
Yong Boy and Yong Chu and will con
tinue the business In his own name nt
the same place. Mr. L. Wo On as
sumes all debts nnd liabilities of tho
former partnership, and all debts duo
tho former firm have been assigned to
til in. and ho Is authorized to collect
and receipt for the same.
Dated at Honolulu, March 23, 1906.
By his Attorney-in-fact.
334 Uw YONO FUN.
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
The Stoclt-Books of tho Pioneer Mill
Company, Ltd., will ha closed to trans
fers from March 28th to March 31st,
bot hdates Inclusive
Treasurer Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
Dy neat young man, to work u row
hours every day between hours ofi
9 and 3. Address A. V, S P. O.
Box 2G1. 3341-lw
ONLY ONE CHALLENGE REMAIN8
(Continued from Page 1.)
and had his own Ideas on tho subject I
of murder. He believed that either a!
murder was not Justified, in which
caso tho defendant should bo hanged; I
or it was jiiHtincd, and In sucli a rasei
tho defendant should bo admitted. Ho
did not licllevfl In tho various degreun
of murder. On this showing Stroup
was challenged by the prosecution and
A. M Mollis was called In his placo
nnd passed for cnuBe,
Clins. II, Pfelffcr was peremptorily
challenged by tho defense, which thus
iised Its tenth challenge. knwcll In a few dajs, crick B. Choppln; Lieut. Harold S. Ua-
Richnrd Wcedon, S. F. Rico and O. The American-Hawaiian freighter In; Engineer-Commander, Richard W
II. Walker tfwero all challenged for Hawaiian Is due Wednesday from Ho- Green; Engineer-Lieut., George II.
causo by the prosecution, tho defenso nttle with geneiul cargo. Sho will load Hlrtzcl; Chaplain. Rev. Wm, II. Chap
Joining In the challengo, nnd wito ex- ugnr for New-York. Po", ' A.j Staff Surgeon, Wm, It. Cen-
ctued, They had all formed opinions fho sailing of the steamer Llkelike 'or, M. B.; Paymaster, Robert A. Jin
on the case. I hns been postponed untH Wednesday hln; Surgeon, James McCutcheon, M,
L C. King was called and passed noon, B, A.; Sub-Llcut. Cyril J. L.
for cause. It was then up to tho pros- The steamer Iwnlanl from Eleeln Noakes; Gunner, Garrett Fitzgerald;
ecutlon to exercise Its last challenge, with 5000 bugs of sugar, arrived yes- Ounner.F. II. Cooper (Acting); Boat
but It was waived by Attorney General terdiy reporting fine weather on Kauai, swnln, Thos Daunt; Carpenter, Ed. F.
Peters, who thus pronounced his satis- "All the ditches full," was the cheer- ""'! Artlflcer.Englnecr. Wm. It. Coie
fnctlon with tho Jury as It stood. Ing report from Maul today. The rain l,lnni Clerk. Oswald J. Walnwrlght.
The defenso challenged O. C. Swain, of yesterday seems to have been a The olilcers of the Flora are: Cap
Wm. E. Kimball was called In his placo downpour on that Island and tho plan- 'a'n. Hubert Orant-Dalton; Lieut. A.
and was belry; examined on his voir tntlou people are correspondingly hap-,W- Lewis; Lieut. Maxwell H. Ander
dlro when tho noon recess Interrupted ry. 8h: Lieut. George M. Hill; Lieut Wol-
tho proceedings. The schooner Lady, owned by II. n. 'er J. S. Green; Lieut. (R. N. n.) Cecil
A number of tho prosecution's wit Miicfnriane, which has been engaged In E- Pllklngton , (Acting); Engineer
nostes arrived from-Walalua today, 'he Koolau trade, sunk at her moor- I-leut., Samuel R. Lewis; Chaplain,
and are being held In readiness for the 'nga In Navol Row this morning. It Is ,lcv. Evcrard V. Hee, B. A.J Staff Sur
trlul. Among them aro Dr. Hubert not known what disposition will be scan Jolm - Durston; Paymaster,
Wocd, who performed the autopsy on maile ' ber. iThos. Haves; Surgeon, Thos. W. Myles;
tho remains of tho Wharton child, nnd
Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox. who made
, m .
A testimonial heneM U to l,e n
a , Vii-fc.. !. H.i . !, ,
AV? ,ilc.hBr',,hlfrJ)jr ,he mcrabelrg
?'. ?"!i "a,i ?Co.m.1anj; .,? .'
.! nn.nr.r..., l .. .1.. ii......
IhStterTwhS b.7 V.;, ie Jgram
mill 11A nrananla I)lAt.nHJ ll..t,l- I
will be nresente, Richard Buhler urn!
man," a great sketch In which they nre
engaged to appear on the mainland.
Aiicruui-u. wid luineuian, win appear in
... . . i, . ... "
moMogue and otn t JmnT wZ " S
wiiw nnH tirn.i. i...,i- i ii.,:
In "Cbatterton," a famouB sketch.
KVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It.. MONDAY,
p. m . m.
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I tl tit oj
J.i J i or, jS
OJ 6 11
i 17.1 J, i oo
II a m p. tn.
SI l. I 9". 9U
I ST 9 44' 9 14
1-41 4 eo io u IS
New moon March 24th at 1:21 p. ra.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures C n. m.t 65: 8 a. m..
CS; 10 n, m , CD; noon, 70; morning
Barometer. 8 a. m.. 30.16: nbso lute
humidity, 8 a. in., 5.086 grains per
cubic foot: relative humidity. 8 n. nt..
68 per cent; dew point, 8 a.m., 57.
wina 6 a m . velocity 18. direction
N. E.: 8 a. m . velocity 12. direction N.:
10 n. m ctorily 20, direction N.: noon.
eloclty 25, direction N. K.
uainrau during z Hours ended 8 a.
m., ,01 inch
Total wind motcment during 21
hours ended nt noon, SCO miles.
ALEX. McU. ASHLEY.
Section Director. U. S. Weather Bu
Monday, March 26.
M. N. Co ' 3. S. Enterprise. Young-
rcn, for Hllo, 11:30 a. m.
i 0 i i
Saturday, March 24.
V. S. It. C Manning, Roberts, from
Kauai cruise, 5:15 p. m, ,.
Sunday, March 25,
Stmr. Inalanl, Piltz, from Elcelo,
30 n. m., with 5000 bags McU. aitcar
for Dalcs & Co.
Stmr. Nllliau, W. Thompson, from
llan.imnulu, 4 42 a. m., with COOS bags
P. II. M. sugar.
Stmr. W. O Hall, S Thompson, from
Naulllwlll, 5.30 a. m., with 5975 bags
sugar, 40 bundles empty bags, 10 bagii
cocoanuts. 34 packages sundries.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullctt. from Kl-
laucn, 12:01 n m with 2487 bags sug
ar, 276 bags rice. II bundles hides,
Stmr. Nocau, Pedcrson, from Klbolo,
12:15 3. m., with 4032 bags sugar, 31
head cattle, 5 calves, 60 bundles hides,
1 packages sundries.
Schr. Ada, from Oahu ports, a. m.
Schr. Moi Wahlne, from Maul, a. m.
Bk. R. P. Rlthet, McPhall, from San
Francisco, 11 a. m., with 10,000 cases
Kerosene oil, 158 hogs.
1 1. B. M. S. cruiser Cambrian, Gaunt,
from Auckland, 3:30 p. m.
II. II. M. cruiser Flora, Frant-Dal-ton,
from Yokohama, 4:15 p. m.
Schr. Malolo, Young, from Kaunaka
kal, 8 a. m.
Schr. Concord, from Maul, p. m.
Schr. Kaulkeuoull, from Hawaii,
Monday, March 26.
V 8. transport Sheridan, Peabody,
13idn)s from Nagasaki.
Hp. Emily F. Whitney, Goodman, 29
ilnys from San Frnnclsco to Alexander
& Baldwin. Ltd.; general cargo.
Stmr Llkelike, Naopaln, for Molo
kal ports, 12 m.
Schr. Concord, Moses, for Honolpu
unl Hllo, 4 p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, for San
Francisco, 10 a, m.
Stmr. Klnau, Blmcruon, for Maul and arrived, the former anchoring In tho
Hawaii porta, 12 m. 'stream and the latter at Navy wharf
Stmr. K. Au Hou, Tullett, for Kauai No. 2. The Cambria comes from Auck
ports, 6 p. m. land and tho Flora from tho China ata-
Stmr. W. Q. Hall, Thompson, for .Hon and April 1 the two cruisers will
Kauai ports, 5 p. in. sail for the South American coast.
Stmr. Noeau, I'cderson, for Hamakuu I The'Cnmljrl.in nnd Flora are sister
ports, 5 p. m. .ships of 4360 tons each. They aro twin
screw boats with Indicated horsepowers
The stock books of tho Pioneer Mill
I til i III l,n rloan.l In IrilnnfoK
from March 28 to 31st.
The steamship Entei prise hllcd fo.-
Sjn Francisco via Hllo this morning
The ship Emily F Whitney Is dls-'
charging general frolgh at Wllilor'i
v.burf. halng arrived fiom San Fran-
ilsco tills moinlng. Shu loaes for Ma
Clarence Macfarlano won a tumult of
BilL"u!f '".A? ?rri,r ?,al uar Blunt
hnlllnilBn In 11.. llA1.lBAn.hl ft.H l.-A
r. '"'" ucut-iu m me
,crn "se Saturday even ng. The
Buhler players presented "Held by the
En.m7 In'ipIeSdld style and nil who:
' " "" -" ".HI
5i ,"?. if"' k.? ""'
. ' ,M,W ' lMW ivu uu 1VCUIICO
., '. ....
( cntrncts for tho new Walklkl beach
hotel to be erected by Col. G. W. Mac-
fariane nnd othors nt tho
?" n.d..?!'-e7. "Ml" ..'J
"- u .-..- utv..v.wSC, u
r? w toilay.
FTP,. PhnrM. ,ll
be the new manager,
MARCH 28, 1906.
INFANTS and CHILDRENS
DRESSES, machine and hand-made; CAPS, BOOTEE8, SOCK8,
8ACQUE8, 8KIRT8, GOWNS, 6TORK PANT3, 3TORK BIB8,
WA8H BIDS, ETC., ETC.
Also showing a line of
8HEET8, PILLOW CASES, BED SPREADS, SHELF OIL CLOTH,
MATTRE88 PROTECTORS, QUILTED TABLE PADDING, TOWELS
See Window Displays
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVEN
INGS, MARCH 26 and 27,
A GREAT VAUDEVILLE BILL.
MR. HENRY AUERBACH
ERNEST WILKE8 and
In New Songs and Dances.
RUPERT DRUM AND COMPANY
in "Lend Me Five Shillings."
and Other Local Amateurs.
The Orpheum orchestra.
Prices as usual.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Sftfoa and 8tore Fitting, Cabinet MaK
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing
J82 ALAKEA 8T.. rear Y. M. C.
Yesterday afternoon the looked-for
British ctuiscrs Flora and Cambria
Dl "OOO, i;acli cnrrlcs about 315 omcers
UnU U1CI1. 1 llOi flTO SCCOIHl-ClaBS lllO-
jtected cruisers, Each has n battery of
two 0-lncIi, eight 4.7 guns nnd three
torpedo tubes, above the water-lino.
''ho oilliors of tho Cambrlnn are as
follows: Captain. Ernest Gaunt. C. M.
G.; Lieut. (O.) Otto II. Stahlknecht;
Lieut. Francis B. Faell; Lieut, Fied-
?.sub - ucut.. Douglas K. Baxby; Assist'
n n tTn m A at) fa InliH If tliwlnnni lim
npr wm nnww nnnnpr. wm Travm.
"':. Carpenter, Norraan D. Stadton;
Artificer-Engineer, James a, Johnson;
Clerk Amyns N Humnhrcvs
' y . In'"'r':ya'
A e,e. Io Z urnrn win ,,
"?'' auction Tuc.dayvMarch
10 a. m. at Morgan's auction room.
Supervisor Andrew Cox was taken
sick very "suJdcnly yesterday nfter-
noon nt his homo In Walnlua. Ho at.
tended church In the mornlne nnd from
Ppearances seemed to be" all r.ghL
,Jr, WOou says mat ne is surfer ng a
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" Pe iroiu u severe uubck oi
SlllllBlHSBnSSBBSIBBBanasMSSBajsasBBasf - 1
National Stock Company
Benefit Hawaiian Yacht- Club
Held By the Enemy
Tickets for Opera House perform,
ance at Wall, Nichols Co., now on sale,
Have You Seen
The Latest and Createst In
BATHING AND 8HAMP00ING.
Wo have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King: Sts.
PHONE MAIN tbl
CORNER FORT AND BERE
TANIA STS., SACHS BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites.
Electric Lights and Running
Water in every room. '
Unfurnished rooms on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
solicited. Rates reasonable.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
The Wuakly Edition of the Evening
.jjullotln gives a complete summary of
847-8&7 KiahlUMMi Stun
P. O. BOX EM-
TEL. MAIN Tt
TUE8DAY, MARCH 27,'
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom,
Street, I will sell
Comprising Pretty Tables, Chairs
and Parlor Furniture, Brass and Iron
Beds, Mattresses, Mats, Rugs, Kitchen
Ooods, etc. All removed to salesroom,
owing to depnrturo of owner, a naval
officer, for the Coast.
NEAT CLEAN NATTY.
Tor private sale,
A ladles' Phaeton very easy and la
Lot New E. & W. Collars.
Taro Food Factory
TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 190fl,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At tho premises, Llllba street, oppo
site Vineyard, I will sell ta Public Auc
tion, tho property comprising:
A raluablo lot on the corner of LI-
Una St. and Parker lane, having a,
frontage of 87 ft. on Llllha street, and
from 79 to 112 ft. deep.
Tho lot Is high ground and ls well
In this property thcro has lately
been erected a well built, new frame
building, 25x100 feet, wired for elec
tricity, flush closets, porcelain fittings,
etc. Building Is covorcd with corru
gated Iron. Tho factory Is well sup
plied with new machinery, comprising:
1 20-11.1'. steam tubular boiler 36x100
1 8x8 class B horizontal englno.
1 No. 4 milt for manufacture of poL
1 No. 2 milt for grinding grain, taro,
Shafting, bolting, pulleys, scale,
Tho above will bo first offered as s
whole, and If not sold will bo sold la
All particulars at my office.
JA3. F. MORGAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Point.
n ., f To Dcnver
No Change fe,0"'
Be sure your ticket reads via the
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CaL
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
(ALIHI, and other desirable locslltl.e
Also 1 JUMP-BEAl' BUCKi",OARD,
-."ond-hand; good as new.
THE COBWEB CAFE,,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STB.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Camara & Co,, Props.8
F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8TS,
me bowh or tho day, For SI a year.