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BVBNjNO BULMBT11, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1006.
1906 Cyphers Incubators
STYLE A &. STORM KINO OUT-DOOR BROODER8.
A full Una of Cyphers good! Just received. Thli year's Cy
phers Incubators. and Brooders are far ahead of anything that
has ever been put out In this line. The splendid record of a
100 hatch made at the 1st. Poultry Show was made with a
CYPHER8. ' ,
Call and see the latest and best In Poultry Supplies.
E. O. Hall
Cunnlnoh.m. "Do vou b.ll.v. In
"Somitlmes. I btlltve It
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Mar. 29, 1606,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Est of n P Dlshop by trs to Haka-
lau I'lantn Co I,
BA, - Hm Jt JirM'
K.'UT4(V... .APiM TT AH ;.-v tf ZS- m
anr 7 SHI
1 f w t
Arei N Hills to Q II Ucrroy ., 1) 283. p 85. Dated Dec 23, 1905.
Q II ncrrey and wf to William J I Wm W Goodale to Walalua Agrl Co
Hills ct al D Ltd; AI.; lul In various pes land, Faa-
Kuamoo Kawahaman and hsb to laa, etc, Walalua, Oahu; Jl. D 283, p
Mary A. Itlchardson D 87. Dated Mar 19, 1900.
Kuamoo Kawnhamao and hsb to I J Alfred Magoon and wf to Y Ah In;
Mry A, Richardson d'D; It P 2C80, Award 9 F L-. I'alama,
M A Ilego by tr to Margaret Illakc I Honolulu; 1250. n 278, p 298. Dated
and hsb Itcl Mar 20, 190C.
M A Ucgo by tr to Henry Dlake and I'-' of Dernlco P Bishop and by trs
wf ncl to United States of America; Judg
Wag Chong Wo to Y Ah In...I'arIleI ' ment; ad damnum, $2800. D 281, p CI.
Y Ahln and wf to Emmellno M Ma- I Dated Jan 9, 19DC.
goon D Est of ncrnlco P Dlshop by trs to
Mm Fugenlo II Emerson by atty to United States of America; D; Int In
Kdwnrd C Itowo Hel 12 acres land ,1'carl Harbor, Ewa. Oa-
Edward Wagner to Wagner Stock-
yards Co r)8
Kdward C Howe IlevPA
Sisters of the Sacred Hearts to Pa
cific Guano & Fer Co D
.Entered for Record Mar. 30, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
TJ II Llndscy and wf to William h
'.-Kaplolanl I'M Ltd to M I.tshman. .Cnst
Walwalolo Ilonnlllment tn Ah Khi...l,
1 S lllckard to I. II Maynard 1. 1 TLero will bo a grand entertainment
I. II Maynard to n W Ilarnard AL at V. M C. A. hall tonight at 8 o'clock.
I See tho picture In v; Y. M. C. A. door
Recorded March 20, 1906. land come' After a grnna musical pro-
CfcOB Magulre to II Hackfcld & Co gram arranged by Prof. Kaal. Dr. Km
I.td; Judgment; ad damnum (157.27, lly Noblo will glvo hiir Illustrated
rosin and charges, (15.52. I) 143, p Travel Talk, concluding with tbo
32. Dated Mar 9, 1900. I most cxcmlslto colored lewa of tho
list of I) P Waliop by trs to Wm W Grand Canyon of Arizona, Admission,
Uoodale; I.; Int In por II 1 4475, Kill 50 rvnts; Y. M. C. A. members, 25
7711, Ap 34, Panlaa-ltal, Walalua, Oa- cents,
lm; 1C yrs and 3 mos at (75 per an. I - PROOIIAM.
n 283, p 71. Dated July 10, 1903. 1 1. Overture, "Poet and Peasant"...
Est of D P DIBhop by trs to Wm W F. von Suppe
Ooodalo; L; Int tn lots 24A, 29A, 31,1 Kaal Orchestra.
35, 3C, 37 nnd 43 of II P 4475, Ap 34, 2. Harp Zither Solo, "Home, Sweet
Paaiia-kal, Walalua, Oahu; 16 yrs at Home" arr. E. IC
5100 per yr. D 283, p 74. Dated Oct I Master Lo Tan.
C, 1903. 1 3. Song, "Lei Tonl MoI",,..W. Cocltio
Kaplolant to Maraea K Kalapeelua; Miss Lei Drown.
Con D; lot 16, Kawananakoa, Honolu- 4. rantasy, "In Dreaming Dolls". Ilolfo
lu; (1 yearly. II 278, p 292. Dated Kaal Mandolin Orchestra.
Dee 28, 1896. 5. Guitar Trio, "Stars and Stripes
Ijui See et al to Ho Sait;iAL; Int In Forever March" Souza
11 P 3824. Kul 1374, Pawaa, Honolulu; Messrs. Ah Loy, Holoknhlkl,
4305. D283, p79. Dated Mar 15, 1906. Kaal.
Lahapa Nalhe and hsb (Nalho) to 6. Quartet, "Pals"
Joh t Emmeluth tr; D; por Grs 1124 I Messrs. Allen, Desha, Fernan
and 112C, Kamananul, etc, Walalua. I dor, Chllllngworth.
Oahu; (1260. B 278, p 294. Dated 7. March "Tipptoppee"..W. A. Corey
Junj 22, 1900. Kaal Mandolin Orchestra.
Est ot Emma Kaleleonolanl by tr to 8. Illustrntod Travel Talk Dr. Emily
Sun Wo Sing Co; L; 1129100 acres Noble.
land, Walklkl, Honolulu; 6 yrs at (600 9. Finale, "Aloha Oe"
per yr. D 283, p 80. Dated Mar 15,
1900. . New York at present boasts a roan
H A Vavrlcka by mtgeo to San An. on which the surgeons have operated
lonlo Port Ben Bocy of Hawaii; Fore thirty-two times. But Milan, Italy, has
Affdt; lot 17 of Aplll-Kanepalkl tract, one who has been operated upon thlr
Kallhl. Honolulu. B 279, p 50. Dated ty-nve times, though he Is only 10 year.)
War 19, 1906. old; whllo Pembroke Dock, South
II A Vavrlcka by atty and mtgee to Wales, believes It holds tho record with
San Antonio Port Ben Socy of Hawaii; a woman who has undergone forty-
u; ioi i( or Apiu-Kanepaikl tract, Ka-
1 llhl, Honolulu; (226. B 278, p 295.
Dated Mar 19, 18t56.
No. 0-66 Egg
No. 1 -140 Egg
No. 2-240 Egg
& Son, Ltd
that th.orv th.t the earth ti falllno Int'c'
In the mmmir,
In the winter I forge
Theresa M Loulsson to Bee I.tn; L;
por n P GO, Manoa, Honolulu; 10 yrs
at JCO per yr. 11 23, p S5. Dated
Dec 23, 1905.
See Mn to Theresa M Loulsson; Sur
I.; Or CO, Manoa valley, Honolulu.
Ihu; $2800. D 278, p 299. Dated Mar
IT 1 1 C.
eignt surgical operations,
Weekly Bulletin SI per year,
If you have never tried
J ) $ ) J dP
j j j . j j j
do so at one. It la superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For ssls at all leading hotels and
Thos. F. licTihe & Co.
101 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
President No:lcy of tho Homo Ilulo
i party called tlio first session of tho
executive committee of thai body yes-
terday morning at 10 o clock. Letters
Irom tho presidents of the various pre
tine clubs throughout tho Territory
we-u received nnd read. Mr. Notley Is
rejoicing over tho reports submlttei'.
iu tho meeting. Ho sayB that
Homo Killers havo every reason to be
hopeful at tho coming campaign, as
the letters received showed that a
large number of tho old Homo Hulcrs
aro returning to tho ranks.
Asucd as to the reason for this, ho
said, "Tho adverse stand tho Super
I isorn of Hawaii havo taken to Sheriff
I Kcolanul Is causing tho revival of tho
party on the Island of Hawaii.
"On Kauai tho Kancalil cplsodo Is
doing tho work. Strango to say, how
ever, Maul Is coming forth also as tho
, other Islands strange, In that no par
ticular Incident has oocurred there, as
I on Hawaii and Kauaf."
I He mentioned, particularly, tho dig.
trlct of Kcanaenot far from Walluku,
i which has about sixty voters. "In
190," sal1 Mr- Notlojr. "this proved
in Iia n ntrinir TlAmnirnt
to bo a strong Democratic section, but
toda, according to report, very few
Democrats can bo found."
Besides theso reports, the letters re
ceived contained plans how the work
for tho fall may bo carried out. Tho
gist of tho various plans that wcro
read la a suggestion of ways to solldl
fy tho party.
While no other business was trans
acted besides tho reading of tho let
ters, Messrs. Notley and Poepoe wcro
not reluctant to speak on other mat
ten which have not been reached.
When asked If they would put up a
candidate for Delegate to Congress It
Prince Kuhlo Bbould recclvo a renoml
nation from the Republican party, Mr.
Pocjoe said: "Personally, as a ptivato
Indlildual, I would support any action
to have tbo Homo Ilulo party endorse
nlm, but as a party man I would not."
Ai-kcd as to whether or no tho Homo
Hulcrs would support Cupid wero ho
to i un Independently, If rejected by
the Republicans, ho said he thought
they would. "In that event," ho said,
"it would be useless for tho Homo Rul
ers to put up a man wflcro one Is avail
Vblc, who Is not only acquainted with
thoiie ono has to deal with at the 'Na
tional Capital, but who understands
how tho work Is to be conducted." He
eayx that Cupid has established a good
record, and as far as ho knows thnt
record wltl avail him should ho run on
an Independent ticket.
Mr. Notley took a slightly different
view from this. Ho said that ho would
not entertain any idea of endorsing
Cupid wero ho renominated by tho Re
publican pnrty "Not long ago," said
Notley, "I was approached by somo
Republicans who seemed to bo In fa
vor of Cupid's rcnomtnntlon.'and ask
ed If I would support Cupid should ho
be put up by them If ho be rejected
at tbe general convention. As yet I
havo not given any answer, but I
think, should that bo tho case, I would
certainly bco that tho Homo Rulers put
a man In tho field. Ho would Ijien
have every assurance .of success. In
so far as tho Republican party would
bo divided. This matter ol selecting
a candidate for Congress will bo
brought up at some of the regular ses
sions of the executive committee. At
present nothing has been done."
STATEMENTS OF JURORS AMBIG.
(Continued from Page 1.)
nnd volunteered tbe explanation to
Kinney that C. A. Brown had nkcd
him to give an affidavit with the rest
of tho Jurors, as they wero old friends.
ui awn earn
If jou don't sign sn affidavit that
vnn .Hai-ocarHn,! iho i.j,.. m.i. -'. "". ....mom ... UUu....wU
twl? leave you KEPto yourself' "emA aml, ',hey, llned '" T' f ,the
,i 'v" you- " mono uy yourseir, uunch. raising the number to no less
Mav I MreWMbSsS1'11" twenty-onq affidavits filed, In tho
rLVr:ZTJVia, H,!?.'?p-.Th! !" "I"10-
that your verdict had been arrived at
uililmiii romi-il in h i.,n-0 ,-i.
S"; reEarU t" tnj Judges ie-
TWnnnn , if i io
,I.M,edr theamdaavy t. .?' ZJX
iniim. in ifinni, 1L1 i. jij ..i I.
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i emarks, as published, deotroyed the
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a. .m a. m.,p. m.
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9 D4 ll 3 t
First quarter of the moon Apr. 1st,
7b. tide, at Knnalul and illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Tim. is lOh Mm
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Toe
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
Is the same as Greenwlsh. Oh Om.
Thursday, March 29,
Stmr. Nilhau, from Napoopoo and
Mahukona, with CI head of cattle, at
10 a. m.
Friday, March 30,
T. K. IC. S. 8. Co.'s stmr. Amorlcl
Maru, Going, from Yokohama, general
mdse to H. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd.
Stmr. Manna I.oa, Blmer.ion, from
Kona and Kau ports, 6 a. m.
A.-1I. S. 8. Co.'s stmr. Ncvndan,
Ortene, from San Francisco, 9 a. m.
Thursday, March 29.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports. 5 p. m.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Hamakua
ports, 5 p. m.
lTlday, March 30.
Schooner Mcthn NVIson, Sorcntzon,
for Mahukona, 9 a. m.
, T, IC. IC. S. 3. America Mnni, Coin,
tor San Francisco, probably In after
ports, at 6 p. m.
T. K. K. S. 8. America Maru, Going,
from tho Orient, In nfterpoon.
Stmr. Kinnu, Freeman, from
and way ports, duo In morning.
8. 8. Hawaiian, Delano, from Pugct
Ptr S. 8. Korea, March 28, for tbo
Orients Francis Oay and wife, Dr. G.
J. Augur. W. Y. Kwal Fong, C. E.
Sweet and wife, J. Q. Manuel, Mrs. C.
E. Heywood, Miss M. C. Heywood,
Miss it. II. Heywood, Dr. A. W. Blddlo
and wife, iMIss C. Dlbblo and maid,
MIbs Julia Diddle, Miss iBabel Diddle,
O. M. Laughlln, II. Ropes, Mrs. M. E.
McCormlck, Mrs. W. M. Vnn Busklrk.
C. O. Gllflllan, K. Hlyama, wife and
Infant; Hlroshl Hlyama, W. II. M.
Nolet, D. Yonckura, wife and two chil
dren, O. M. Jones and wife, A. n. Fra
ecr, wife and son; Mrs. A. Byrno and
daughter, Mrs. Sibley, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs.
R. E. Cox, Miss C. M. Scbnenk, M. R.
For Laupahoehoe, per stmr. Maul,
March 29. Gcorgo Lycurgus.
Fiom Kona and Kau ports, per stmr.
Manna Loo, March 30. Col. 8. Norrls,
Char. Dement, Mrs. W. Q. Ogg, Mrs.
J. D. Paris, Albert Hu, Mike Johnson,
II. L. Kawewohl, Mrs. Kawewehl, J.
K. Nahalc, W. M. Camnbcll. O. D.
Ilugg, Itov. D Scuddcr, J. R. Paris. J,
"""" '-' ";, 1., OUIIVIO, II, J
Egurht, D. C. Lindsay, Mrs. Santos. H
I h. Barkhausen, J, A. Bortfold, James . j
"KK. tv. uiuuB, Aire. a. uecuio anu 'O-f
For Maul ports, per Btmr. Claudlnn.
tailing March 30. Mr. and Mrs. M. 3.
Grlnbaum, W. O. Smith, R. O, Hogg
.'. W I,. Mnrshnll. C Koclllng, Miss
N. Wilson, Mn. T. Wilson and Infant,
Miss Amoy, Young Tong, Miss Uliam.
YOU SHOULD READ
4--f -f-f---f-f -t- -t- 't-
defendant's clianco of getting a ver
dict. Klnnoy also shows that a day or bo
after tho verdict ho met Frank Athcr
ton another Juror. After discussing
another phase of tho case, Kinney ask
ed Athorton if he thought the Court's
remarks affected tbe decision of tho
Atherton said that he thought not,
that Is, that when they went Into the
lury room It was agreed that the
Judge's remarks should not have any I
weight, and he had no reason to be
llevo that they did have weight; tlieio
wa-t no evidence of It In the discussion
In the Jury room, but Atherton stated
that he, of course, could not answer
for tho minds or thoughts of the other
Magoon and Light foot argued
against the admission of those reply
m. k ..""....r Trn. n, TZS JK
on." NH. a?d Magoon, Llgbtfoot
Ami IllAnn Qtonlnv nn Ihfl tliAi. H..
'""w "( -....v., in
-argument was lengthy and strenuous,
' fnB dc,a"a of tno n""incr l which the
'" lVJ?ll'0 l":
. tutneu .no i-.v.n uviut eunu
Ae'L !"?? ?.
uecu nnisnea, ana me muiier wi i ue
'continued thlg afternoon.
On Saturday. March 31st.
w wIll place on sale our entire
Silk Shirt Waist Suits
at CLosirva out prices
LOT 1 PONGEE SUITS, fancy trimmed $5.00
LOT 2 SATIN FOULARD In Brown, Navy and Black, wlthwhlte
dotted deelgn S7.50
LOT3 HEAVY CHANGEABLE 8ILK, solid colors, In Navy and
LOT 4 WHITE CHINA SILK, handsomely trlmrtttd with lace
" - 812.50
LOT 5 HEAVY PONGEE, beautlrully trlmmsi with fagottlng
and gilt button S15.00
Sizes 32, 34, 36, 38. ,
THESE ARE BAROAINS
IT WOULD C08T YOU MORE FOR THE SILK.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tho following requirements In tho
specifications for "Furnishing material
for tho construction of a 30" pipe lino
from tho end of the Effluent pipe
through tho dam at Reservoir No. 4 to
tho Now Electric Power Station, Nuu
ami Valley, Honolulu, T. II."
FI118T. Pago 4, paragraph "EREC
TION." "Tho successful bidder must furnish
a sworn statement that each plcco or
length of pipe has been glcn & cold
water test at the factory without
for Maur8no"'nR nny ,ca'is 'n scam or rivet
noier unuer iiiu luuuwing ircHsurei,
will bo numified to rend:
"Tho Biicccssful bidder must fur-
nlsh a sworn stntement that twclvo
(12) lengths (selected at random from.
tho entire number of lengths to boi
furnished) ':ave been given a cold wa-l
tor test aj tho factory without show
Ing any leaks In scam or rivet holes
undei the following pressures:
For 1.4" thick plpo 300 pounds per,
B1- ,n- I
For 3 8" thick pipe 400 pounds per
For wrtlilck plpo 500 pounds per'
"Staves to bo furnished In 30-foot
lengths," will bo modified to read;
"Staves to be furnished In mlnlnium
lengths of sixteen (10) feet.'
C. 8. IIOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu. T. II.. Mar. 27, 1906. 3343-31
have opened a horse-shooing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she-- are pre
pared to ao'au work in
trusted to them In a first
CLEANING and DYEINB
W art now miklnf a tpKlilty of thf
stlovt work. - '
Sanitary Steam Laundry,
ni. ...., m i two
Best MeaMn Town
ON HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
- OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
"The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on salo In aheet music form.
BERG3TROM MU8IC CO.,. LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Alway. on Hand.
GON8ALVES &. CO., LTD.,,
THE NEW JERU8ALEM.
Mnmn Mn Mnr-Mt K Thflt lti Nanr
Jerusalem Is a real, material city and
" real' raa,e"al "P
lIluu usuuuuuiers may soon uiscover
,hc cen,er of universe, which I. the city
of God. Is tbe conviction of Rev WIN
""-on . After speaking of tho
omy.w.l. be abl, to located out In
l.llltn... -... . , l ., A .. ...
.jiniiuin. vuunmiiuiuns uuuer. me very
spot-the unlveise of God. There are
those who are studying to that end
cuiiiuoiuBiu wuicii B(Jriuga nvzo me
nearer anu nearer tne nour and the
AtOrpheum, March 31
30 ROUNDS OF BOXING
Jack McFadden vs
FOR THE LIGHTWEIGHT CHAM.
PION3HIP OF THE HAWAIIAN
RED DIXON vi. JACK JEFFRIE8,
0 Kak.iikn uDn. Iran Wut
Heivywelghts, 200 lbs.
KID LANAI vs. KID BORGES
Bintims 6 rounds,
3lle of tekeU al orpheum Thurs.
Bay, March 9.
J0"' Me- $1 '-50! Ua'
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
BATH I NO AND 8HAMP00INQ.
Wo have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN M
CORNER FORT AND BERE.
TANfA 3T3., SACH8 BLOCK.
Slnjle Rooms and Suites.
Electric Lights and Running
Watar In every room.
UnfurnUhed room, on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
solicited. Rates reasonable.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
UEALna IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unlquo Articles of All Klnda.
841 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 236. p. O. Box 945
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
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847-857 KiitataiH. SlrMt
P. O. BOX BM.
TEL. MAIN It
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho old Power House, foot Pa
clfl; Heights Railroad, I will sell about
6 Tons Scrap Iron
POWER HOUSE AND DYNAMO.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Taro Food Factory
TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1906,
AT It 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 tho corner of "Ll
llha St. and Parker lane, having a
frontago ot 87 ft. on Llllha street, and
from 79 to 112 ft. deep.
Tho lot Is high ground and Is woll
In this property thoro has lately .
been erected n well built, new frame
building, 25x100 feet, wired for clec-
trlclty, Hush closets, porcelain fittings,
etc. Building is covered with corru
gated Iron. Tbo factory Is well sup
plied with new machinery, comprising:
1 20-II.P. steam tubular boiler 30x100
1 8x8 class B horizontal engine.
1 No. 4 mill for manufacture of poL
1 No. 2 mill for grinding grain, taro,
Shafting, belting, pulleys, scale.
tools, etc'. ,
The above will-be nrst onerea as a
whole, and If not sold will bo sold la
All particulars at my ofilce. 4
JA8. F. MORQAN,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
. .- , f To Denver
No Change to3''
Be sure your tlckot reads via tha
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
1 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cat.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
ALIHI, and other detlnbl. localities
Alio 1 JUMP-SBA'f BUCKZOARD,
i.iond-hanti! good aa new.
.THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8TS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co,, Props-
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Car. BERETANIA and EMMA 'ST.
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