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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 28, 1006.
8TYLE A & STORM KINO OUT-DOOR DROODER8.
A full Una of Cyphtrt
II, pher Incubator.. and Brooder, are far ahead of anything that
'ha. ever bee'n put out In thli line. The iplendld record of a
100 hatch made at the lata Poultry Show wj. made with a
Call and .ee the latest and beet In Poultry Supplies.
E. O. Hall
Speaker Cannon Consents
To Have Bill
DELEGATE KUIIIO'S LETTER
ON WASHINGTON AFFAIRS
COURSE THE CRITICISM OF THE
BILL IS TAKING TIME LIMIT
OF THE BILL HAS BEEN
'Editor Evening Hullctln: Shire tit)
'last letter inllueiico brought to beat
innn SneaTcer Cnnnnn. has rcsulti-il In
fall yielding so far as to consent iiihi
our Itovcnuo Hill should bo reporti-d
oy mo coniiniutc.
I accordingly secured a committee
mooting, and tho bill was considered
yesterday In an executive session
which Included considerable warm ills-
-cusslon. The leading opponent of tho
bill charged that Its main purpose was
to lighten the taxation of tho rich
pcorlo of Hawaii. This charge 1
warmly denied, showing that tho rich
. jieoplo can get along very well under
the present conditions, and Insisting
that tho main purpose of the mcasuro
was to benefit the general citizenship
of tjio Territory by means of better
school bulldlngB, tho opening up of
landn for settlement by the construe-
tlon of new roads, and tho general
benefit to the community by return -
ing a portion of our revenue to be
i DRIFNIIF Rill
spent in the islands. i'nr, luunt oui oi position, .Marco. 17,1. Miss v. E. Walsh, E. J. Lord, Master
Tho chairman cited the action In fa- " replaced the tamo day. W. Smith, E. A. Mclncrny, John A,
-vor of Porto Rico as a precedent fof Saratoga Untsagc, page 81. Oak. Duck ,0co. Dorgan, Mrs. A. H. Graves,
this legislation; but tho opponents ol Harbor channel buoy, No. 1, a blarfc.l A. W. Klrkland and wife. W. It. Drln
tho bill now seek to shift their argu- second-class spar, heretofore reported kcrhoff, Miss O. Crow, Mrs. J. W.
ment from tho question of precedent urlft, was replaced March Iti. I Lalng, J. It. Oalt and wife. Miss E.
Into a, general opposition to the cstab-' Bv order ot 'ue Light-Houso Board. Flshburn, J. Pcna, O. L. Walsh, Mrs.
Hshmont of a treasury fund for tho p " Werllch, Commander, U. 8. J?., M. A. Salesbury,. Miss M. Smith. For
benent of one Territory. 1 l.lght-House Inspector. Offlco of In-, Yokohama: Miss D. McDonald, Mrs. II.
After a considerable discussion tho Ptor 13th Llght-IIouto District, Port, E. Huntington, F. Hellyor and wlfo,
nub-commlttco wcro Instructed ta 'ani- Oregon, March. 1S00. Mm. W. II. Haddcn, Mrs. F. II Piatt,
amend tho bill. Halting tho terra to it, W. Thonfpson, Miss C, V. Laugh-
flvo years and mako It begin July 1 $30,000. FOR OUR LEGISLATURE.' Iln, Miss II. Carstcns, Miss E. K. Oil
next, Instead of July 1, 1903, and to; . Allan, 8. n. Hlcknx, C. llaklimetofT
prcparo a report upon tho same to bo' (Continued from Pane 1.) and wife. Miss A. Jacques, Miss K. C.
resubmitted to the full committee for hire, mileage of members. Incidentals, Stearns. Miss A. A. Allen. S. Guggen
Dual action. iray of chaplain, clerk, stenographers, "elm, Mrs. A. D, Warren, J. J. Mo
This does not fully assure us a fa- and messengers, thirty thousand dot- Donald, Miss M. P. Huntington, 11. M.
vorablo report, although I am hojecful tors: Provided; That tho members of Allen and wife, Miss H. Dllle, Mrs. II,
that a report can bo secured within tho the Legislature of the Territory of Ha- I'- Amour, O. A. Scott and wife, J.
next ,lwo weeks. wnll shall not druw their compensation " Weber and wife, O. Momma nnd
Further conversation with some of of two hundred dollars, or any mileage, wlfe- n- 8- Mlllor and wife, MIsbcs D.
tho leading members of tho commit- for n,1' cxtTa cession held la cnmpll nnJ ' 7'ottl. M, Oka. Miss S. F.
re develops tho fact that whllo they nnce w,,1 section 51 of tho Organic Act Poni1 K. '. Haspes, Mrs. II. Llttauer,
aro friendly to tho bill to some extent "' the Territory of Hawaii." i M. C. I.uckcnjinch, Mrs. C. n. McCar-
.TiA ihey have not been sumclen'ly A" wl" u! fccen lhe proviso added by ty. Mrs. F. I.lchtenberg, J. II. Curie,
rr comlnccd of our needs to moke them tlle Committee prohibits any extra com. MUj A. 13, Allan, Mrs. II. M. Dum-
earnest partisans of tho measure, and Pnsatlon or mlleago for any extension lell. Miss M. Altemus, II. Laughllu
. It Is tbls halfhearted attitude, wh'lcu of ,h! regular session of the I.eglsla- nnd wlfo. Miss Weber, Mrs. F. S. Gil-
V-Just now Is giving mo the greatest con- lllro for l,:llnB appropriation bills, nilan, two children and servant- Mrs.
vocrn. It Is apparent that some of tho Tl11 ls not Intended to prohibit com I". F. Jacques, Mrs. It, It. Cnnxcrse,
opponents of tho bill are going to Pntlon for a special extra kesslou 8- Ir.agakl, Mrs. II. 8. Sparburg, E.
tight It very hard, nnd without equally on ca" of ,,le Governor for purposes Gromap. For Kobe! O. 8. necbe, W
enthusiastic support upon the floor. Its o"1" "'an passing appropriation bills; Hohmoycr and Vlfc, W. J. Schroth.
chances will not bo very good. Wo ft conversation with Chairman Tawney For Nagasaki: Itov. J. I. Uo'-in. wlfo
ran hnivnvnr riv nmm n. u(r khows that they never exnectcd thai nnd InfrJ-.t. Tor Shanghai: II. (1.
uupport of Col. Hepburn, and somo oth- lln,lpr ,he 0rSanl: Act nuy extra pay McDonuld, J. Sampson, Rev. C. 8.
cr members ot tho House who favor ,V01IJ Lo ehva tor an "tension of the Keen and wile. Miss M. llnynton, Miss
tho bill more strongly than does tho tealtr esslon. It being their purpose W .Arklalncn. Miss C. Ilonncll, Miss
nvcrngo member of tho Terrltorloa ,0 ""vko a c,car distinction between M. Srvi!s, P. McFaddcn, C. Af Me
Committee .BUcn extensions of tho regular sesslou Grail, Miss n. F, Lewis, Mrs. O, II .
Jt still remains to bo seen whether ot tho '-slalature, nnd special sessions Ilntchelhr. L. Nletcrt. I. Woolf. wlfo
-wo snail uo aula in i-r-t urn i.in nn rnr
-rbnsldcratlon. after It Is rcnortcd In
tho Houso. We shrJl not try to cross
ihat bridge until we reach It, being
sufficiently engaged now In the prob
lem of securing tho report. We aro
tho House. We shrJJ not trv to rmM
now working with the subcommittee
on tho preparation of tho .form of thfl
report, wh ch Is to be acted upon by
Iho full committee.
Quarantine Fllllno". ,
The delay In having instructions ra.
tied to Honolulu for tho 120.000. an-
proprlatlon for filling Quarantine 1st- ,,, n0VDa .hi fVuit of t l. H,,h "
nd. has been due to the fact that this wl" not De "' "" " " c'"b.
S?aPto Pbm,l0butWbyB "ridern0attaych'ed?o The bark w- D' FllntMll lom"''
tho UrgeibDUcyencf nni?UAC.hCd,hl. ,0r Honolulu from San FrancUcc,
docs not specify Its method of expend- n. . , , ,.
iture. It was nocessary to secure nu . 0n y ''72 per ""' ot lhe, compell
nnininn fmm .1,0 nm,..,ii. .v.. tors In a recent test succeeded In ills-
Tn.rv in ii.. ,n .. 1 .,.....
advertising for bids. That opinion
has already been received and I havo
bceV shown the Indorsement made by
uenerai McKenzle, for submlttance to
tho Secretary of War, recommending
that a certain maximum price per cu-'
tic yard bo ottered the contractors anil
that If thoy wo-o to refuse, the nDDro-
-prlatlon should be allowed to lapso,
Oeneral McKenile will cablo these In
structions to Lieut. Slattcry, as soon
aa tho formal slgnaturo of Secretary
inn is Doiainou, anu iney win iiaubt
less roach thero long, beforo this lot-
The Committee on Elections having
AaUiAl ' ill iiWKlili
No. 0-66 Eg
No. 1 140 Eg
No. 2-240 Egg
good. Juit received. This year' Cy
& Son, Ltd.
chnrgc of the contest against my scat,
took formal action on Wednesday and
adopted a unanimous report sustain
ing my right to a seat In tlio Fifty
ninth Congress; printed copies of this
report will be nvallaulo by a later
Upon the advice of a number of mem
bcrj and Senator, most Interested In
Hawaii, I have Introduced n separate
bill, providing for the purchase of a
site lor a Federal building at Honolu
lu, as they all advise that It would bn
Impossible to securo an appropriation
for both a building and site at ono
time Senator Scott particularly ad
vises this course as tho only means
by which he was able to Bccure a
uuuuiug iu ins wupnni ui nis own
State. We are to be given a hearing
on tbls bill tomorrow beforo the Houso
Committee on 1'iibllc Ilulldtngs.
Delegate to Congress,
March IS. 'OC.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
The following affects tho list of
1 lights, buoys mid darmarks. Pactllc
Clroenn zjfnnut nf rin..nn
30 Cwjulllc buoy, a ed, flrs't-clim!
nun. marked 'Conullle." la black, re-
puneii uurirt .Murch 12, will bo re-
(laced as soon as practicable,
Columbia Itlver, page CO. Channel
cast side buoy, No. 4, a red, flrrst-class
spar, found missing February 28, was
icplaced the same day.
Washington. Wlllapa bay entrance,
page 09. Sand Island northeast cud
buoy. No. 6, a red, tlrst-class nun, tu
ported adrift, March 5. will be rcDlacei
os soon as practicable.
Admiralty lulct, page 7. Colvos
ltocks Uuoy, No. 2, a red, second-clan
nun, reported out of position, March 1H
will bo replaced as soon as practicable
Tola Point Uuqy; No. 1, a black, ami-
el""8 spar, reported adrift, March 13,
" uo replaced as soon as practicable
1 Tugct Sound, page 78. Decatur leef
buoy, No. 2, a red, second-class Iron
" "-' -" - " .,v,ww iui
rao''u'n"y purposes. 1
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, March 10, '00.
The Pawaa Improvement Club held a i
mee"ng la" evening at which the final ,
itepa. wero ,a,ken ror Promoting tin-1
wi'nnm uu m loung sireei mrougn tne;
.a.f?..PJ"5I'er,? I,eio.oa ore now lo,
.,'.." ,moDB. ,n u,xf",er' .
tlngulshlng the odora of common oils.
Those most cat,ly Uorttlfled were
'"'"""" i.-iiriiiHi, vtunuu anu
f,0Vt,1,S ,tl'0Be 'cast recognised, hem-
l A IVTHP f
W W I J
For Want Column e Pnnf. 1
Young man. well educated, needs cm
I piuymeni ior a lew montns. AU-,
uress ii.,.uuiieun. 3343-lw
j.,-. ,ji.t lt Ji
.. ... ItmUuJtmlM
.ji --' vr Hvmimmu)t I
If you have never tried
o J J j jl jt j,
o J J J J J
do to at one. It I. .uperlor to any gin
n th. market and find, favor wh.r-
For sals at all Lading hot.l. and
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large 8tock Always on Hand.
GON8ALVE8 &. CO., LTD., ,
Washington, March 20. In less than
twenty minutes' tlmo tho Senato today
passed mo pension mil carrying uiv
When tho fortifications bill was
taken up Teller moved an amendment
striking out the provision for tho for
tlflca'.lon of tho Philippines. Allison
and Lodgo declared their willingness
to support such a motion.
Kewlands spoke. In suprort of tho
proposal to eliminate tho Phlllpplno
Island from tho present plans ror for
After further debato the Teller
amendment was adopted 25 to 23
and on motion of Clay the approprla'
l," "PPWng to sea
ino ,lBwnl,an Ilana
coast defenses In
was reduced to
$200,000 to correspond with the esti
mate for those Islands.
From San Francisco, per stmr. Ko
rca, March 28. For Honolulu: Geo.
I W. Smith, Mrs. E. F. Qreggs, John A.
Duck Jr.. Wm. Matson, Mrs. K.
Grates. C. W. Schults, Mrs. H. Com-
I mlngs and daughter, Mrs. O, C, Wal-
' kcr, J. Wlchclm, W. P. L. Stafford
and wife, J, T. McCrosson, F, E.
Walth and wife, J. W, Cathcart and
wit. W. It. Smith and wife, S. L.
Stcldlcy M. P. Itoblnson, Oco. Ross,
A. n. Lacoy. L. D. Lacey, J. Graves
Jr., Miss J, C. Locke, J. T, Crow and
wife, Mrs. A. R. Mnckay, Mrs. II. W.
Foster, It. II. Flshburn. F. M. Lewis,
..-. , vi.,,,, ,,. 4. lucn. iiib k.
n. nanul. Mrs. M. Dalton. Miss Q. C.
Ilatchcller. For Hongkong: Miss A
I Hughes, J, H. L, Johnson, Mrs. C. F.
I Ooodrlch, SIrB. M. E. Wcstfall, C. S.
I Dorham. P. McuthcnMIss M. P. Mat-
I news, sirs.'w. M. Dudley, N. B
Dickson. Miss C. L,. Anrinnnn Mp n
nines. E. O. Cnrrera, O. K. Claxton,
Miss C. D. 8. Johnson, Miss O. Good-
ncn, comclr. J. M. Helm, U. 8. N.;
Mri. N. W. Rountree, E. Paulsen. J,
nla, P. F, JaqueB, Mrs. Lency, L.
Leland and wlfo, Mrs. 8. V. Parks, A.
J. Cox and wife, Mrs. P. 8. Kellogg,
8. V. Derr, R. Thcll. Jtobt, C. Roun
'ron O B. Coolcy. Miss P. L. McCor
mlck, A. 8. Lnnlcr. Miss C. D, Lency,
S. E King pnd wlfo. A.- W. Stanford,
Miss E. n. McCrtrmlck;
From Kauai ports, per stmr, Mlka
hnla. March 28. O. N. Wlleor J Mn.
Clellan. Kamamoto. E. C. Smith. J. B,
"i , -. "r, nn. niuuqn i
child, J, E. Vard. T, Burmlngham.
II. Babbitt. A., P. Kmidn and wlfo.
Miss WaterhouRe, Mies E. Oay nnd 31
passenewB on deck
For Kaunl ports, rer rtmr. W. fi.
Hall, March 27. E. I.ovell. Mr. and
Mrs, A: II. nice, N. R. Forrest. Miss Do
Drettevllle. Rev. n. Hoyaslil. H. A. Pet-
if. A.hlkain? ' ' ' Y
For Moloknl ports, per stmr. Like.
like, March 2S.-Mrs. Annie Anu.
'NEW - TO-DAY
KLa- ' iuaiji'tii'i'tn1siisniiii
P. . ft, . .11 . m. p. in.
S 0014' 4 17 10 J7 11 11
I I I
3 J7.I4 4 Silicon !
. I 'J
If.l 4 J o II ti
I I . m.
14 1 4I11 SI. 041
I 1 n m I
! 59 l
J S l
3 If. fl
i I'l o
1 i "5
7 'l.l t Jl 11 l I 4'
1.4 7 17 I ", I )
J 34 13
14 004 1 tl j it
First quarter of tho moon Apr, 1st.
. mm m
Wednesday, March 28.
P. M. S. S. Co.'s stmr. Korea, Sea
bury, from San Francisco, So, m,
Tuesday, March 27.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kntial t'Orts, S p. m.
Stmr. Ntlhiu, W. Thompson, for
Kaanapall, C p. m,
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Tullctt, for Kauai
ports, 6 p. m.
I'etierson, for Mahu
and Kukulbaele, 6
C d. m.
Piltz. for Walmca,
Wednesday, March 28.
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Llkellkn. Nnonaln. for Mnln
kal and Maul ports, noon
P. SI."S. 8. Korea, Scabury, for Yo
hohama, G p. m. (At Hackfeld wharf.
U. S. Wfeather Hurcau,
Tftnnrnttlrfa-ft n tn r.l fi n m
67; 10 n. in., C9; noon, TO; morning
Ilaromctcr, 8 a. m 30.11; absolute
hlimlllllv. R fl Ml A 41? rnlna n.
cubic font; relalo humidity, 8 a. m.,
iii per cent; ue wpotnt, 8 a. m., hi.
Wind. G a. m oloclty 7, direction
N. 15 A n. m ntnpltv 19 rllrnMlnn V
E.; 10 'a. m direction 13, direction N.
i.i iiuun, vciuciiy iv, uireciion is. u.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Totnl wind movement during "I
hours, ended at noon, 214 miles.
ALEX. McU. ASIII.RT.
Section Director. U. S. Weather Bu
Superintendent Babbitt of, tho De
partment of Public Instruction return
cd this morning from a tour of Insnoe.
tlon on Kauai, where ho Incidentally
looked up tho matter of arranging for
schcol facilities for the children of
tho Molokan settlers at Kapaa.
"Wfl want A nntf Kf-hnnt nl Ifan.n
said Babbitt this morning. "It will
have from eight to ten rooms and two
cottages. Wo will try to get four
acrec of land for It.
"inis is tho school which will ac-H
commodate the Molokan children,
though It Is not bolng built expressly
for them. Thero arn nl nrnannt nniv
sixteen Molokan children of school
ago Tho now school will be centrally
located, so that It Till bo easily ac
cessible rmm linth Itan1!n nn,l V,n
I dIJ not personally sco tho Molokans, ,
i;ui uiiiuiui'u my oaia anu information
regarding them from J. II. Castle, of
..-...... ..,.. ,,u, . .,. unnu. iu
rllOm thfi Mnloknna thlnt n vrttn IaaI
and tho plantation.
Wo furthermore want a new two
rOOm School at Kcalla. With a InnrhprV
cottage. Wo also plan to open a now
SchCOl at tllA Itnnnlpl ftrhnnl In tlin
teacher's cottngc. i
"Wo hnvo already placed a now
teacher. Miss Mabel Wilcox. In tho'
Lihue school. This Is a six-room
school, but herctoforoxinly flvo rooms
have been ven. i
At, llanamaulu wo aro changing tho
location Of UPVprnl hllllriltipa nn.l nt.il
Ing repairs. Tho new room at Maka.
well Is ready for occupancy. Pipes
are tn bo laid on the land and tho Iocs
Hon of ho outhouses changed, Wi
also want moro land for tho Kalahci
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
TION CO., LTD.
At the Anntifll Mppllnn- nt h. oin.l-
hnMoi-a nf It... .., I-I...... n. .
"""" lira uiin-iuuia gmn aif.1
igaiion uo., ua held this day, the rot-,
owing Directors wcrn tlnlv Alrin,i in
towing Directors wcro duly elected to
nerve- during tho ensuing year:
august Dreier Geo. N. Wilcox
A. 8. Wilcox C. M. Cooke
W. O. Smith J. M. Dowsett
James A. Kennedy,
At a meeting of tho Daard of Direct
ors, hgld this day, the fTowlng om
ccra wero duly elected to servo for tho
James A. Kennedy ....President
Jas. L. McLean.... Vice President
N. E. Gedge ",
Treasurer and Secretary
Z. K. Myer Auditor
Honolulu, March 28th, 1900.
N? r. nrcnnrc
Secretary Inter-Island Steam Nav
On Saturday. March 31st.
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE OUR ENTIRE
Silk Shirt Waist Suits
AT CLOSINO OUT PRICES
LOT 1 PONGEE 8UIT8, fancy trimmed S5.00
LOT 2 SATIN FOULARD In Brown, Navy and Dlaek, with white
dotted design , S7.50
j LOT 3 HEAVY CHANGEABLE
ary ' 88.50
LOT 4 WHITE CHINA 8ILK, handsomely trtmntd with lace
LOT 6 HEAVY PONGEE, beautifully trimmed with' fagottlng
and gilt buttons S15.00
8ls 32, 3j, 36, 38.
THESE ARE BAROAINS
IT WOULD COST YOU MORE FOR THE SILK.
Auerback and Drum
The Cheerful Liar
Thursday, March 29
L. A. C. AND KONA ORPHANAGE.
25c, 50c, and 75c.
CLEAHINB and DYEING
Wt art now ciklnc tptclaltyof th 4
alovwork. - - J
Sanitary Steam Laundry,
j mono jiuin as
Best MeaMn Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
'The Old Plantation"
This heautlful new Hawaiian mann
now on sale in sheet music form.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOW8 BLDG.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
i mo luuuwiug requirements in mo
onAtntitlnn. r I.-..l.t.lK .-, t.i
for thu construction of a 30" nine lino
Irom tho end of tho Eftluent plpo
Ihrnnph Ihn ,lnm nt ll.tn-.n). Mn J
tho Now Electric Power Station, Ntm-
nmi Vnllav llntinli.lt. n. .
FIRST. Pago 4. parakruiih "EREC-
"Tlw sirnrnl Miliar mini r,m.i.i.
a sworn statement that each pleco or
length ot plpo has been given a cold
water test at tho factory without
showing nny leaks In seam or rivet
holes under tho following nrmmnu
will bo moulded to read:
'Tho s.icccssful bidder must fdr.
nlsh a sworn statement that twelve
(12) lengths (selected at random from
the cntlro number of lengths to bo
furnished) I:avo been given a cold wa
ter test at tho factory without show.
Ing any leaks In scam or rivet holes
undpi the following pressures;
' For 1-4" thick plpo 300 pounds per
I. In. " V
For 3 8" thick plpo 400 pounds per
sq. In. '
For 7-1C thick plpo 600 pounds per
"STAVE'' Pag 2 paraera)h
imvo in uo iiirnisnou in 30-1
staves to be furnlshod In 30-foot
'cng-ns , win bo modified to rend;
"Slaves tn ho fiirnlhn.i in i.i..
'Slaves tn tlA ftll-nlattn.l In n,lnlM..
lengths of sixteen (.16) feet."
C. 8. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu. T. II.. Mar. 27, 1900. 3343-3t
The BU8INE8S MAN'8 HANDY IN-
DEX. nuhllh.J In .U. n. ... !.
tin and the Weeklv FHiiinn i.. .
concise and complete resume of all le
gal nonces, cans for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evenlnn n,,n.in
75d per month. Weekly Bulletin,
1 per year.
BSV Fins Jah Prlntlnn Ul.. n..K
8ILK, solid colors, In Navy and
AtOrpheum, March 31
36 ROUNDS OF BOXING
Jack McFadden vs-
FOR THE LinUTUClftUT fUAu.
PIONSHIP OF THE HAWAIIAN
RED DIXON vs. JACK JEFFRIES.
of Kakaiko Honj, Iron Wks.
Heavyweights, 200 lbs.
KID LANAI vs. KID BORGES
Bantams 6 rounds.
Sale of tickets at Qrpheum Thurs.
day, March 29. n
Admission. (.1.. l tl n- .!..
' seats, $2.
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
i ventlon for
BATHING AND 8HAMP00ING,
Wo have them. Call to set
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN !3I
CORNER FORT AND BERE
TANIA STS., SACHS BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites.
KEIectrls Lights and Runnlpg
water in every room.
Unfurnished rooms on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
solicited. Rates reasonable.
I TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
. THOS LINDSAY
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NOUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 268. P. O. Box B48
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
847:857 KIiMmh StiMl
P. O.' 80X604.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1806,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
Regular Friday Market
LIVE STOCK, such as HORSES,
COWS. CHICKENS, ETC.. ETC.
FRIDAY 18 OUR MAUKET DAY
JA8. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho premises, Klnau street, ad
joining tho Queen's Hospital, I will
sell at Public Auction, about
15 old wooden buildings
Uulldlngs arc sold for removal, and
are sold subject to removal notice
from tho Superintendent of Public
Works nt any tlmo within CO days
from day ot sale.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
SATURDAY MARCH 31, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho oU Power Houso, foot Pa
cta; Heights Railroad, I will sell about
6 Tons Scrap Iron
POWER HOUSE AND DYNAMO,
JA8. F. MORGAN,
OMAflA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
Do sure your ticket reads 'via tho
For full information call on
S. F. BOOTH, G. A.,
1 Montgomery 8t, Ban Francisco, CaL
1S7 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
III KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other desirable lecalltlta
Also,l JUMP-BE AT DUCKiUOARD,
ond-haad; good aa new,
iinc uuDircD ufrc,",
1 1 QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
1 cl, mnin ivt.
I TINE MEALS,
Camara & Co., Props
F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
J Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8,
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