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If- - EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, It., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1806. . l
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TURN DOWN AT WILU
TURNS DOWN TO ONE on bixtfcn rjNnic onurn
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to uie 16-'
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.uie power wnen mnnu power
lamp wastes you money and more
HYLO LAMPS on the other
able you to turn your light down
ft.1' X limn vIm v mnn.u ,n i .u WrSSWjy'SSS, stones, uo trim one ft'
f; . I! you suppose. , ViW "jH 1
C HYLO LAMP8 ARE INVALUABLE FOR THE SICK ROOM. AND '.
CAN lit USED IN ANY PLACE
I Hawaiian Electa Co,, Ltd. f
Jf Office, King St, near Alakea.
We have Just reoelved splendid consignment of choice olives,
Genuine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This It an especially fine lot of olives and will be sold In bulk.
Many people are unaware of the fact that olives sold In bulk are
equally at good as bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If any
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Prlcel
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PER THE 8. 8. NEDRA8KAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ DLDQ.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
FOR 8ALIJ EVERYWHERE
McPARIANhi&Co., Sole Agents.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
Help For All
TrJ Mark RtgltttreJ
1 C. Q. YEE
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examina
tion of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on
all of which our prices are at reasonable as Is consistent with
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl.
Telephone Order Department
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe
ditious service and the tame cartful attention as Is given to pur
chases made In person.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
7iiiiiiiuuii niiiimiiiuuii mm mmmK
AND NIOHT 8HIRT8
liuncrnurA'n aiii-v ma
FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Dldfl. & 151
would suffice. This means that the
money In the course of a year than
hand, save you money, for they en-!
from 16-c.d. to 1 c.d. at will.
WHERE A COMMON LAMP 13
'Phone, Main 390.
126 Kine St. Phone Matn 58
wallach's Indian Remedies
Fcr bores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeless,
Wallach's Indian Remedies will cure
For sale by all druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. DOX 677.
mm mm mmmmK
HOP & CO. I
N. KINQ STREET,
.r.i. aw, VA9CO
HOTEL ST., oppoilte YOUNQ Hotel
V 8 8 E h I,
ty-nine, but says In
Wall street par
lance that lie wauts
to go to par, so ho
does Dot usually
learo the comfort
and protection of
his Fifth avenue
home If the weather
condltlous are for-
bidding, but the chance to loan money
at 100 ier tent Intcrcit which present
ed Itself the other day was too much
for him to resist Calling an auto
mobile, he was soon -at bis desk and, It
Is said, placed over $0,000,000 at the
service of those who wished It badly
enough to pay high Interest rates. He
could bore received as high as ISO per
cent, but all be exacted was 83 to 00,
which was about the averago between
the extrcmo fluctuations. It, Is stated
that ho made 20,000 In threo hours,
which was considered pretty good for
a man who became nn octogenarian
almost ten years ago.
It Is said In Wall street that Mr.
Bnge was never duped on nn Invest
ment. There Is a story tliat two pro
moters onco called on htm to Interest
blm In a certain scheme. They took
their leave, having been told that Mr.
'Sage's decision would be mailed to
them In n few days.
"I believe we'vo got him," said tho
first promoter hopefully on the way
"I don't know," rejoined tho otiicr,
"Ho seemed very suspicious."
"Suspicious r sold tho first "What
makes you think he was suspicious"
"Didn't you notice," was the reply,
"how he counted bis Angers after I bad
shaken hands with hlmt"
Midshipman Stephen Decatur, Jr.,
who was acquitted of the charge of haz
ing follow cadets, Is a descendant of
the famous Comniodoro Stephen Dfcn
tur who fought the Harbary pirates In I
the early part of the last century. Mld.j
shlpmau Decatur was ono of four ca-
dots who represented tho Annapolis
academy as aids ou
tho staff of I.leuten
nnt Qeneral Chaffea
when he acted as
grand tnnrshnl of
tho Inauguration dny
parade Inst March.
Young Decatur was
nppolnted to An
napolis from New
Hampshire lu HKC'.
IIo Is considered n
bright fellow and
stands sixth In a
class numbering 121,
making blm ono of the star members.
Ho Is tho fifth of his name to servo In
tho nnvy. Tho first Btephen Decatur
was a French naval olllcer. who carao
to America in tho middle of the eight
eenth century ' Bottled In Itbodo Is
land. Ills son Stephen was tho first
American commodore of tho name, ami
bo served In tho Ilcvp lutlon nnd In' tho
dlfllcultles with 1'rn.icn In 170S. IIo
was tho father of tho Commodoro Sto
phen Decatur who was the hero of
Tripoli. Tho midshipman who has beeu
on trial Is fourth In descent from the
olllcer who won houors for, America on
tho llnrbary const. Ills father, Stephen
Decatur, Kr., served In tho navy during
tho Spanish war,
Admiral Oeorge Dewey, as actlvo
bend of tho navy, has n keen Interest
In the AminpolU Naval academy, und
ho Is strongly opposed to hazing, be-
llovlng that such practices at Annapo
lis lire seriously Interfering with the
work that Institution should perform
lUBIllUllUil BUUUIU jn.UU.UJ
in turning out good otllcers for ships
of war. Ho Is not
opposed to evenly
matched list lights,
however, ns ho says
"n mnn vtho is go
ing to make fighting
his profession in llfo
must not be afraid
to light" As for
baxlng, he thinks tho
limit of toleration
has been reached
and snyst "Whatev
er tho attltudo tuk-
a mi i it ai. newer.
eu regarding It
elsewhere, It simply
must bo eliminated, from
academy. It bos been stopped nt West
Point, I bellev
?lleve, and It cuii bo wiped
out ut Annapolis,
Tho admiral, though bo good n disci
plinarian, has a soft heart under his
coat. Just before tho battle of Manllft
when the order was given to strip for
action tho smallest powder boy on tho
tlagshlp dropped his coat overboard.
He nsked permission to Jump after It,
but was refused. Ho went to tho sldo
111 LilC lcWS: of congress and Is famous for his t.olnt- X E8TABLI8HED IN 1858. '1
aB??t- ?X1 .X
of the ship, dropped overboard, recov
ered his coat and wns promptly arrest
ed for disobedience. Admiral Dewey
snbko kindly to the youugstor, who
broke down and said that tbo coat con
tained his mother's picture, which bo
had Just klirsed, and he could not bear
to sco it lost Dowey't eyet filled with
tenrs. He fairly embraced tbo boy and
ordered blm to bo released, saying,
"Hoys who love their mothers enough
to risk their lives for their plcturt
cannot be kept In Irons on this fleet"
Senator J. 0. S. Blackburn, who to
recently defeated for re-election and
who charges Governor Jleckbatn
Kentucky with opening bis Ictiers.'hat
almost the same Initials as thlo execu
tive of the Blue Gross State. Tbo got
eruor's name I J. a W. BeckbAm, and
Il .-.;..... ,- k
tin vayn the fact ol their names being
tit lunch alike remlvrs his mUtflkc lu
olenitis the letters exemnbk-. Hut the
teiiutor has not accepted tho govern
Senator Hlackburn Is one of the plc
turesquu characters of the upper house
of congress and Is famous for his point
ed remarks andnpt
stories. He tells one
story of a lawyer
In Kentucky who
was generally very
fortunate In wln-'K'
nlng his suits In
the lowir courts of
that state and
In losing them rC
by tho supreme
court of' the corn
day the senator
chanced to And the lawyer la a train
pulling out of Louisville, and ou tho at
torney's knee was spread a hugo law
volume, which he appeared to be de
vouring, with much Interest. "Well, my
friend," said Mr. Blackburn, "don't
you get time enough In your office to
read law without fetching law books
on n Journeyl" Tho lawyer sniffed
contemptuously, "This Isn't law that
I'm reading," said be. "It's a volume,
..I, au.1,,.1.,- .., .!- ilnitt.lAH. ., .t.j, a...
prcme court of the state of Kentucky.".
Harry St Gcorgo Tucker, who recent- i
ly succeeded tho late General I'ltx
Iugh Lee as president of the James
town Exposition company, has beeu In
Europe urging upon transatlantic coun
tries acceptance of I'restdeut's Itoosc
vclt's Invitation to participate In the
International naval and military dis
play which will be held In connection
with the exposition.
was born In Vir
ginia In 1853, gradu
ated from Wash
ington nnd Lea uni
versity In 187S and
the following year
was admitted to
tho bar. IIo served
In the house of rep
1HC) to 16U7 nnd In
tho latter year suc
ceeded his father,
ii. st. oronat
TuJkcr; n" J,lrofc"?r of Mm'I
nnd Internatloual law and equity a
"'"Bt J university. Ho
has been dean of the law school of that
Institution and also dean of the law
school of tho Gcorgo Washington uni
versity at Washington nnd president of
tho American liar association. He Is tbo
author of "Tucker on the Constitu
tion," has beeu twice married and In
herits In his family traditions nwocla
tlans with the history which the James
town cxK8ltlon will mako nu effort to
Charles: A. Stllllngs, tho new public
printer, Is n strenuous, young man of
tlilrty.flvo who has won a reputation
for extraordinary capacity lu typc-
graphical work. Ho Is a native of.
lloston, nnd his father, E. It. Stllllngs,
a veteran of tho civil war, served ou
the staff of tho lata
(lenernl Illackmnr, '
commander In chief
of tho tj. A. It. The
elder Htllllngi es
tablished, with oth
ers, tho Iloatou
printing linn of
Grllllth, Stllllngs &
Co., and tho sou en
tered tho employ of
this company and
rose from "dovll" to
of tho establish
ment He was sec
CIIAIILM A. BT1IX
1X0S. retary of tho Washington Typothetas
for two years nnd lu that vosltlou re
ceived n salary of 2,M). Tho print
ers' board of trade of New' York offered
him doublo this salary to act as Its
manager. In becoming public printer
ho will tnlto 0 salary smaller by $300
i ... T-'
"" "- w in jncw ioric, nut it
" considered qulto an honor to bo the
head of Undo Sam's prlutlng depart
ment, and this Is supposed to overbal
ance tbo loss of Inconio Involved iu tho
caso of Mr. Stllllngs.
Congressman Georeo Edmund Foss,
chairman of tho houso naval commit
tee, who advocates building more bat
tleships nnd irrmorcd cruisers, speaks
with nuthorlty on nnvnl affairs, for ho
has made n thorough study of the sub
ject. Ho succeeded to tho post of chair-
tnnn of tho naval committee on the
death of Conirr.s.smai. lln...MI .mite
ueiUT fiiunry him
self for his duties
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ropo and carefully
navies or the lead
ing foreign powers.
Ho lias often been
mentioned as n pos
sible secretary of
the navy. Mr.
Toss was born In
St. Albans, Vt, forty-two
was educated at
narvard and the
school and began
GEOIIQI E. KOS.
the practice of law In 18S0. About a
dozen years ago ono of bis best friends
was making a canvass for tho con
gressional nomination In his district
Foss was working in btualf of this
friend night and day, when a complica
tion arose In tho form of a railroad
strike. The friend was attorney for A
railroad, and the party committee fear
ed this fact would affect blm adversely
If ho were the candldnto. The result
was the friend drew out of tbo race auA
Foss took Ms place. Bine be beca'm
chairman of the 'naval committee tn
appropriations for the nary have al
most trebled In volume.
E8TABLI8HED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co,
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don. Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook A Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
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ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
Music at the
" " KAIMUKI. " "
FROM 2 TO 5 P. M.'
Don't Miss It
MADE TO, ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigues,
lor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
STE1NWAY and others
THAYER P1AN1 COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL 8T.,
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP STREET.
Telephone Main 78
Ciiv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
nUC. "'"""' rnumr.uy.
A large consignment of well-teason.
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be told very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
c FOR o
OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
FRE8H CUT FLOWER8 AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ISL
AND CURI08 AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by th
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richard near Queen 8U. All tele,
phone meaeagea promptly attended to.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd,
The Ewa Plantation Co,
Th Walalua Agricultural Co,
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmsa Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Work, 8L Louie, Mt
Th SUndard Oil Co.
Th 0o. F. Blake Steam Pump.
Th New England Lift Insurance C
Th Attn Fir In. Co, of Hartfor
Th Alliance Atsuranee Co. of Londor
. I. Irwii Ct., Ui
WM. C. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr
JNO. D. 8PRECKEL8..1H Vic Pre
W. M..QIFFARD 2d'Vlc Pre
n. m. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER8 8crUr
E. I. 8PAULDINQ Auditor
Ocesnlo Steamship Co., San Francises
Western 8ugar Refining Co., San Frar
Baldwin Locotomotlv Work, Phils
Newall Unlveraal Mill Co. (Mtnufae
turera of National Can Shredder).
New York. N. Y.
Paclflo Oil r Transportation Co., 8an
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
Queen 8 tree L Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookali
Sugar 1'UnL Co., Onomea Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co.,WalIuku Sugar Co,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co, The Planters
Line of San Francisco Packets. Chit
Brewer Co.'s lins of Boston Packets
Lltt of Office,-:
C. M. Cooke, Pretldent; George
Robertson, Vic President snd Msna
ger; E. F, Bishop, Treasurer and Seo
retacy; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P
C, Jones, C. M. Cook and J. R. Gall
L'-ti - i .? t
Life and Fire
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
B. F. DILLINGBAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London
Phoenix Assurance Co. of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th floor, Stangenwald Bldg.
Gatton, Neill & Go,,
ENGINEER8 AND MACHINISTS
QUEEN and RICHARDS 8T8.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iron
or ateel tubes; general ship work.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
Plans and estimates furnished for
all classes contracting work.
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK-, Honolulu
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobber.
AMERICAN ORY GOODS
Fort and Queen 8ts.
P. H. Burnette,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Publlo
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phonetl Office, Main 310; Res.Wh.1S41
Office, 79 Merchant 8t. Honolulu.
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by
other dealers. Doors, screen doors
sash and builders' hardware.
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Alakea St, mauka Sailors Home.
O. R. & L. Coe
October 6, 1904.
For Wslanna Wnlnlna trihuVn ml
Way Stations JslB a.m., 3:20 p.m.
For Pearl City, Ewa -Mill and Way
Stations t7!3n n. m a.iR m
11:05 a, m., 2:15 p. m 3:20 p. m.
'&: it p. m., j:30 p. m.. fll.'lB p. to,-
Arrlva Honolulu fmm IfahnVti vumi.
alaa and Walanae 8:86 a, m., 65:M
Arrive HonolUln from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17: a, m., 8:l a. m.
"iv: a. m., -mo p, m., '4:31 p. za,
t:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m
t Bunday Excepted.
The Halelwa Limited a two-hoar
train, leaves Honolulu every Bunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning arrives In Ho
aolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tk Limited
tops only at Pearl City and Walana.
8. P. DENISON, F. a 8MITH,
upt a P. A T. A.
Claus Bprsckels. Wm. a Irwin,
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. ; t : T. H.
San Francisco Agent Th Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
Draw Exehannii nn 4Sa Va.nl. TJ.
Ubnal Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union ot London an
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchoge Na
Chicago Corn Exchania National
Pari Credit Lyonnalt.
Honokona and Yokohama Itnnm.
kong-Bhangbal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank ot Austra
Victoria and Vancouver Ttsnk o
British North America,
Deposits received. Loans made on
SDBroved security. Commerolal anil
Travelers' Credits Issued. Hilt, nf -r.
change bought and sold.
Collection tPromptly Accounted For,
AND TRUST GO,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
8UB8CRIBED CAPITAL.. .$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.09
Pretldent Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Roblnsori
Cashier L. T. Peck
OSlce: Corner Fort and King Sts.
8AVING8 DEP08ITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
The Yokohama SpelTBank, Ltd.
Capital Subscribed Ten 24,000.008
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AQENCIE8 Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Newchwang, New
York, Peking, San Francisco, Shang
hai, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, issues
Droits and Letters of Credit and trans-'
acta a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KltyQ ST,
Y. Wo tSing & Co.,
FRUITS AND GROCERIES.
Fresh provisions and fruit by even",
California steamer. Fresh Island but
ter from Hawaii.
1123 Fort St. and 1188 Nuuanu 8t
P. O. Box 961. Tel. Whit S3V
HOTEL STREET; HONOLULU.
Suits made to, order In tho latest
styles. Perfect fit guaranteed. Cloth.
Ing cleaned, dyed and repaired,
Oealer In Bamboo Furniture and Pic
ture Frames. Also Cabinet Maker.
TELEPHONE LUE 881,
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO, LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Offlcst Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O, BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
-Is kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'8 ADVER-
124 Ssnsoma- 8L, Ssn Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
to ma'd for 11
Blank- boo of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin PuV
Wa call.fvr.nd.rl;Jlvr.-Jvina rxi
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