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EVENlNtl BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUIiaDAY. MARCH 29, 1966.
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1906 Cyphers Incubators
A full line of Cyphtrs good. Jutt received. This year's Cy
pher Incubators, and Brooder, are far ahead of anything that
hat ever been put out In this line. The (plendld record of a
100 hatch made at the late Poultry Show was made with a
Call and tee the latest and best In Poultry Supplies.
E O. Hall
"May I offer you
200,000 IS NOW SET BY AUTOISTS.
(Continued from Paar 1.)
Aug. Gomez,4; Geo, Chronls, 9; Rex
'Hitchcock. 9; Miss H. M. Maehado, 1; I
'Dm. Porfirlo, 1; Mary Cafa, 1; Mist'
iMtflfie Alolau, 19; Henry B. Ryan, 1j.
John Kealoha, 8; Burnette Brown. 1; i
Jockey McAulltfe, 1; Anoellne8llva,l
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i vug mcuciruo, Q, ucu. urunt, J,
Hang Slmpton, 3; Miss Kate Wood
vard, S; Mrs. M. M, Maehado, f; Mrs
A. O. Rosa, 1; Mary Qouveia. 1; A.
Tcrrandez, 4; Miss Kate Farrcll, 1;
Adeline Medelros, 1; A. I. Sllva, 1;
Alma Nelson, 1; Aug. Gomes, 1; Hulda
. Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, 1;
J t-gslUna Dancing Club, I; John Jo-
sJjh, 1; Miss Phllomena Perry, 1;
t Fritz Van Der Lelne (Kotoa), 1; Mist
V Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2;
I Hllo Band, 1; V. Jacobsen, 1;
V E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Jote
J. Roka, 1: Miss Alice Weight, 1; C.
Sullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H. T,
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
l; Man), Vincent, i; Geo. -Brunt, 3;
Mlti M. A. Larsen. 1: Dr. S. Jaeaer. 1:
Gertrudo MeCann, 0; J. P. 8cully, '
HI Ralph Kahn, 14; h. sii
ver, 3; 8. A. Dccl, Ewa, 3; J. H.
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. Do Fries, 2; May
Cussefeld, 2; Kohala Club. 2; I. S
iDllllngham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; Emll Llnderman, Ko-
lloa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Nelper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; QUI
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
'Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac-
farlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Fritz Fretlenberg, 1; H. A. Franson,
.2; Louis 8. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, 1;
iM. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelre-, IS J.
M.Perry, 1jF. W.KIebahn, 1; J. D. Me-
Hnrrny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T,
r6dwrWt. 1; Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J. E. Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
MSnl.l l.nk.M 4. U C UA 1.
Mist Kalal Walau, 1; Loula Freltas, 1: 1
iHerm. Hugo, 1;
Rotellne 8tone, 1;
t-oulo Vincent, 1; Geo,
Urunt, j; U.
M. Sumner, 1; Harry
S. Gray, 5; J.I
F, Child, 1; Mitt Jean Angus, 1;
Slats Hellbron, 1; Ernest Munlz, 7;
Manuel Munlz, 1; Walter Dillingham,
4; Lum Chlng, 1; R. A. Lucat, 1; John
Pcrriardo, 1; Louis Vincent, 12; Manl.
CKkasupa, 1! Freddy Rodrlguet, 1;
Clime t Athletic Club, 1; Jno. Dotell-
Mm, 1; Miss Mary Vincent, 1; Jim Vler
ra, 1; Mist Mary Gouvela, 4; F. G.
Maehado, 1; Billy Hellbron, 1; Mitt
ViV4 Oldt, 2; Jerry Burnlngham, 2;
Joe Tata, 1; Miss Helen Gllhus, 1;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 1; Richard Buhler, 2;
Jane Kalanal, 1; Chong njee Hlng, 2;
Polly Kalana, 1; W. J. Harvey, 2;
Paul Welnhotz, 1; Henry Hogan, 9;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 2; Mrs. A. Fernandez,
1; Mlsa Prisellla Charmen, 10; Mitt
'Hazel Hoffman, 5; Mary Qulntel, 1;
Mrs. J. M, Theotonla, 1; Morrlt An.'
trod, 15 Dr. McCall, Kahuku, 1; E. 8. 1
Kong. 7 C. Schwartz, 2; Mitt Beetle The first lattice bridge ever erected
Boyd, 2; Julia Dlas, 1; Royal -School, In England Is at London, and la likely
1J Henry B. Ryan, 1; Tom Farrell, 1; to be taken down soon It was taken
Mm. Mary Farrell, Ij Jaa. McAulllfe, to England from America for exhlbl
1 2; Lum Chlng, 1; Edna Akau, 6. Scat- tlon at the international exhibition In
terlng, 2,034. London In 1851.
No. 0-66 Egg
No. 1 -140 Egg
No. 2-240 Egg
& Son, Ltd.
something to eatT"
Tbe Actlug Oovernor Iiob received
the following cable relative to tho sail,
"r who was found drowned In tho bar
bar of a couplo ot daya ago:
Secretary ot State.
"Body of Seaman Samuel Nelll found
In harbor yesterday my son. Kindly
Uae body burled and have appro
priately marked. Will you alto In
vestigate thoroughly cause ot death.
')rn,v on me for expense.
Atkinson In reply Bent tho follow
"Henry Nelll, Helena, Montana.
"Remains burled jesterday. govern
ment plot, military funeral. Coroner's
verdict accidental death drowning Ad-
,mirai cnatge Mvui Btnuon exemseu
omcini enrc. w jesiiun '"'
ment referred to crew- battleship 0r
con. Will wrlto details.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Mar. 28, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hst of B P Illshop by trs to Kauai
Electric Co l.'d Approval
I.IUuoIialanl to Kauai Electric Co
S H Derby to Trs of 8 0 Allen Est .1)
Julia II Afong nnd hsb to Abram II
Along , D
y rtkhnrdson by tr to J Alfred Ma
Francis Gay and wf ct al to J Al
fred Magonn .....D
Ellor. A I'olyfilank tr to Joaqulm C
do Sousa et al h
.Hone Quon and wf to Cecil Blown.. D
miUlUKUUKU uuu linu m JV A wtwur
mend . , M
H Watcrhouso Tr Co Ltd to I.tbbey
I.lbboy U Wilhelm to H Watcrhouso
Tr Co Ltd M
II Watcrhouso TrCo Ltd to West &
Hawn Invst Co AM
Charles A Simpson to A M Simpson, D
Entered for Record Mar, 29, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Sam It Dowdle to J W Fleming .... D
Edmund Cockett nnd wf to Joseph
Cockef et al u
Allen Herbert and wf to Wllllbald F
M Felmy D
E D Lanro to Stella Lance D
Victoria Knploho to William Olson.. D
Gcrrlt P Wilder and wf to Wilder &
Co Ltd . . . ., D
First Am Sav & Tr Co of Haw Ltd
to Henry Gorman Rel
If you have never tried
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do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and And. favor wher
For sal. at all leading hoists arid
Thos. F. McTihe & Co.
101 TO 10S N. KING BTREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
TEXT OF I UI
THAT APPROPRIATES FOR
-f Follow Ins Is the full text of that 4
part of tho Federal appropriation
f bill that deals with linn all snl- -
- atles and IcRlslatlve expense:
- Territory of Hawaii For rov-
f ernor, fle thousand dollars; sec- -f
-f rotary, three thousand dollars; -t-f
chief juBtlcc, flo thousand fla
hundrod dollars, and two associate t
f Justices, nt to thousand dollars -f
each, In all, twenty three thou-
f sand fl c hundred dollars. -f
f For Judgei of circuit courts, at
threo thou8ind dollars each, bo
much as may be ncccrsiry. for tlm
4- fiscal year ending Juno thirtieth, -f
nineteen hundred and soen. 4-
4- For contingent expenecs of tho 4-4-
Territory of Hawaii, to ho ox-
4- pended by the Oo ernor for Mn-
tloncry, postage, and Incidentals, 4
I -4- one thousand dollars, nnd for prl- 4
1 4- vate secretary to tho go ernor, 4-
4- two thousand dollars; for tratel- 4-4-
Irts expenses of the governor 4
4- while absent from the capital on 4--4-
ofllclal business, five hundred dol- 4-4-
lars; In nil three thousand live 4-4-
hundroj dollars. 4-
4- For legislative expenses, name- 4-4-
ly: Furntttiro, light, stationery, 4-4-
record casings nnd flics, printing
4- and binding. Indexing, records, -4
4- postage, Ico, water, clerk hire,
4- mileage ot members, incidentals, 4-
4- pay of chaplain, clerk, sergcant-at- -4
4- arms, stenographers, and messen- 4-4-
gcrs, thirty thousand dollars:
4- I'ralded, That the members of 4-4-
the legislature of the Territory 4-4-
of Hawaii shall not draw their 4-4-
compensation of two hundred dol- -t-4-
lars. or any mileage, for any extra
4- session held In compliance with 4-4-
section fifty-four of an Act to 4-
4- piovtdo a gocrnmcnt for the Ter-
4- tory of Hawaii, approved April 4-
4- thirtieth, anno Domini nineteen
4-4-4- 4-4-4- 4-4-4- 4-4-4-4-4'
Judge Koblnson today finally ro
celved his new commission as a Circuit
ludge from Washington. It Ii BtgncJ
by tho President, countersigned by
Henry M. Hojt as acting Attorney-Uen,
eral and dated March G. This shows
that the commission was signed on the
tame dny that tho Senate confirmed
tbe Judge's reappointment.
The signature ot Hoyt explains tbe
delay between tho actual signing ot the
commission ,and tho date- when tho
news of Its being signed was received
here, namely March 10. Attorney Gen-
viui uiuuuy nun jiiuuuuiy uubcui iiuiui
Washington when the commission was
.i-n,l l.v llntt in Lnnwlnir nnllilnir
of tho arrangement that Roblnsou
n ... .. uj ..vjt. ....m, .... -
ihould be notified, failed to do so,
CO. I. INSPECTED
WallllkU, March 28. Major Van VilCt'nn.l vn .lninrlitHm lh.. mlmr.t l.o.
of Camp McKinley, Honolulu, who was
detailed to Insr-oct tho National Giuinl
lit iiuwiiu. urnvL'd iiuiii jiiiij iiur inu
a. b. Kinau to inspect company i ot
Walluku. Tho Inspection took place
on Tuesday evening. He returns to
To United States
Berlin, Mar:h 22. Unusually
numbers ot Jewish and Russian emi
grants to the United States and South
Ameilca are expected to leave Ger
many after Emter, and an Influential
lommlttce has been formed here with
the object of directing the emigration
to tho best places. So far as the United
States Is concerned, the committee will
tmltllah fHvi.rltsnmfnta thrnnelintlt
Russia, advising emigrants to uvoldPoi' Want Column See Page S
New York and all Eastern states and
committees will be formed nt Galvt3-
ton. New Orleans, Baltimore and other
Southern tenlporu which co-operating
with committees In the Interior, will
direct emigrants to places whero they
ran work at their trades. Tho com
mittee heio has Ijecn Informed that
many Jews who are well to do aio pie
paring to go to the United States.
Proposals for enabling persons In
prepay replies to letters sent abroad
will bo discussed at tho Postal Union
Congress at Rome next April.
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is 17 14 9 04 ll S't
First quarter of tho moon Apr. 1st.
Hawaliun Standard rim. is lua Hum
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of she meridian ot 157.30. Tb.
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tb. same as Oreenwlsh. Ob Om.
Monday, March 28.
Schr. Hclene, Thompson, from San
Francisco with general cargo to W. Q.
Irwin & Co, Md.
Ilk Kaullanl, Colly, from San Fran
cisco with general cargo to II, Hack
fcld & Co , Ltd.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
4 1 i
Wednesday, March 2S.
Stmr. Llkellkc, Naopala, for Molokal
and Maul ports, noon.
P. M. 8 S Korea, Scabury, for Yo
kohama, S p. m.
Thursday, March 28.
U. S. transport Sheridan, l'eabody.
for San Francisco, 2 p. m.
Stmr. Mtknhnla, Gregory, for Kuual
ports, S p. m.
Stmr. Maul, N'clson, for Ilamakun
ports, 5 p. m,
Schr." Concord, Moses, for Hllo S
T. K. K. 8 S America Maru, Oolng,
for San Franciscoi probably In after
T. K. K. S 8 America Maru. Going,
from tho Orient, In afternoon.
From San Francisco, per bk Knlu
lanl, March 29. Mr. 11. Smith, Mr.
From San Francisco, per bk. Katu
lanl, March 29. Wm. McWhlrtcr.
Temperatures n a. m , CC; 8 a. m..
C9; 10 a. m., 71; noon, 72; mornlns
Barometer, 8 a. m., 30.15; absolute
humidity, 8 a, in., 4.40 i grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in
57 per tent; dew point, 8 a in.. 53.
Wind. C a. m., velocity 12, direction
N.; S a. m., velocity 14, direction N. E.;
10 n. m , velocity 15, direction N. E.,
noon, velocity 15. direction N. E.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m.. .10 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 293 miles.
ALEX McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
Walfsku, Maul, March 28. Thos.
Citmmfngs, a rcupoctdl uamaalna res-1
Ident of WnlKapu, dld at his real-
denco about 2 o'clock Sunday after-
""' '"f f""!.r,''r r"""V 'on
"'" liumui ""l'l. mhviu lie ilu
nrt fn- - lltl1nnw Micna v. ..!. a Plwi
cause of death Is a ti United to inter
mil disorders and general breakdown
Mr. CummlngB was 52 years ot age on
tho 21st of March fast, and was mar
ried thirty-one jtmis. Ho k'aes a
wfilrrw nn1 claum rhttilrpn slv nnnti
,nc t boy tirce ,mr8 ol(Ii Mr Cum.
minKa Wna f01 ni)0ut twentvilvo ears
a trusted emplojeo or the Walluku
Sugar Company, nnd of late ears he
was head lunn at the Walkapu section
of tho Walluku Sugar Compan), Tho'
fnncrnl tool; place on Monday after
noon and many were present. The
burial was at the lao Cemetery Tho ,
services at the house was peiformctl
by Rev. Wm, Ault, nnd at the grate
tho last rites of the Haleakala Lodge
K, of P., of which he was an actfie
member, wero performed. The pall
bearers wero Hon. A. N Kepolkal E,
II. Hart, W. T. Robinson, George
Wclfht, W. H. Comwell, and T. A.
A young man with sonio Knowledge of
retail Uuslnoss, to take charge ot
strre. Good salary to tho rUht roan.
Address G, E.. Box 427, City.
A tottngo on tho Walklltl beach, fur-.
nlshed or unfurnished. Apply to
Jno, cassldy, zuuo nana roaa,
On Saturday. March 31st.
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE OUR ENTIRE
Silk Shirt Waist Suits
AT CLOS1NO OUT PRICES
LOT 1 PONGEE 8UIT8, fancy trimmed $5.00
LOT 2 SATIN FOULARD In Brown, Navy and Black, with white
dotted design S7.50
LOT3 HEAVY CHANGEABLE SILK, solid colara. In Navy and
LOT 4 WHITE CHINA SILK, handsomely trlmrrxd with laco
LOT6 HEAVY PQNOEE, beautifully trimmed with fagottlng
and gilt button S15.00
8lzes 32, 34, 36, 38.
THESE ARE BAROAINS
IT WOULD COST YOU MORE FOR THE SILK.
"A 4j 4V 4
The Cheerful Liar
Thursday, March 29
.. A. C. AND KONA ORPHANAGE.
25c, 50c, and 75c.
CLEANING and DYEING
Wo art now ouktng a specialty of lh
alovowork. - -
Sanitary Steam Laundry,
j mono t'uiin i -
Best MeaMn Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager,
"The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sal In sheet music form.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
No I Guava Charcoal
M uarge oiock Mways on nana.
GONSALVES & CO,
tV Y AU I IlllKl I Y
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The following requirements In tho
specifications for "Furnlshlns material
for tho construction of a 30" pi pa lino
from the end ot tho Effluent plpo
through the dam at Reservoir No. 4 to
the New Electric Power Station, Nuu
ami Valley, Honolulu, T. II."
FIR8T. Pago 4, paragraph "EREC
TION." "The successful bidder must furnish
a sworn statement that each piece or
length ot plpo has been given a cold
water test at the factory without
showing any leaks in seam or rivet
lioW nndor the following pressures,"
v ll! h modified to read:
"Th9 tuccossful bidder must fur
nlKli' a swo,rn statement that twelve
112) lengths (selected at' random from
the entlro number ot lengths to bo'
furnished) fcave been given a cold wa
ter test nt the factory without show
ing any leaks In seam or rivet boles
umlei the following pressures:
For 1-4" thick plpo 300 pounds per
For;3 8" thick plpo 400 pounds per
For 7-16" thick pipe 800 pounds per
SHCOND. Pago 2, paragraph
"8taves to be furnished In 30 foot
Ieng-hB," will bo modified to read:
"Staves to bo furnished In minimum
lengths of sixteen tIC) feet."
C. S. IIOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department ot Public Works, Hono
lulu. T. H.. Mar. 27, 1906. 3343-31
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnc
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
' Ihfl nflnis a tin 4n t fftoaj
" v ma u, -r jjjj Cain
AtOrpheum, March 31
30 ROUNDS OF BOXING
Jack McFadden vs
FOR THE LIGHTWEIGHT CHAM.
PION3HIP OF THE HAWAIIAN
RED DIXON vs. JACK JEFFRIES,
of Kakaiko, Hon. Iron Wks.
Heavyweights, 200 lbs.
Sale of ticket) at Orpheum Thurt
day, March 29.
00c, $1, $130; stage
' seats, 2.
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
BATHING AND 8HAMPOOING.
We havt them. Call to tee
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kinjf Sts.
PHONE MAIN JaJ
CORNER FORT AND BERE
TANIA 3T3, SACHS BLOCK.
Qlnjla Rooms and Suites.
Electric Lights and Running
Water In avery roam.
Unfurnished rooms on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
tollcltod. Rates reasonable.
1 TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED QENERAL
Unlqus Articles of All Kinds.
841 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 2SS. P. O. Box 943
Weekly Bulfetm SI per year.
847-857 KiirHimam Strni
P. 0. BOX 694. TEL. MAIN It
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906, .
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 817 Kaahumanu
Regular Friday Market
LIVE 8TOCK, such- as HORSES,
COWS. CHICKENS, ETC., ETC.
FRIDAY 18 OUR MARKET DAY
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho promises, Kinau street, ad
joining tho Queen's Hospital, I wilt
sell at Public Auction, about
15 old wooden buildings
Buildings aro sold for removal, and
are sold subject to removal notice
from tho Superintendent of Public
Works nt any time within CO days
from dny of sale.
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the old Power House, toot Pa
clfl: 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.
sure your ticket reads via
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, 0. A.,
1 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CaL '
1S7 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
.LIHI, and other desirable lecalltlte
Also 1 JUMPSEAl' DUCKT.OARD',
14-oad-hani: good aa new.
, THE COBWEB CAFE
QUEEN and ALAKEA &T8."
TEL. MAIN '492.
-Gamara & Co., Props-
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA STS,