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BVEN1NQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H 8ATUnDAY, MARCH 31, 1906.
1906 Cyphers Incubators
No. 0-66 E
No. 1 140 Egg
No. 2-240 Egg
STYLE A A STORM KINO OUT-DOOR DROODER8.
A full Una of Cyphsrs goodi Juit received, This year' Cy
Whitney & Marsh
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p. m. (I. e. n i. n, p, m. P'w
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J J 4i O 0 ajJ
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do ao at onea. It Is supsrlor to any gin
In the market and finds favo whsr
ever aold. ,
pher Ineubatora.and Brooders are far ahead of anything that
hai ever been put out In this line. The splendid record of a
100 hatch made at the lata Poultry Show waa made with a
Call and tee the latest and beat In Poultry Supplies.
E. O. Hall
There are Imitations, But
Oups is the only GENUINE
Wo Have all Otlitsr flavor Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7J
DUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of al
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nlshed. Cooka, Yardboys and Day L borera supplied on short notice.
Office. GREEN HOUSE, S. Kino, nr Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401
i-iv 'f -f'pA v, ' .1'. Q TVHft-rr-.
' f w IPTiim4&f'
r JVjiJLJEWIbbbssi 'ill 11"
-l Lla,"' easprr-w
"How dreadfully stout the general Is getting."
"Vci unl it fortjnatef Otntrwue lie t.ouldn't be able to wear all hie
HOOPAI TELLS COURT
(Continued from Paae 1.)
ho tl ought he ought to be hung, Hu
was aontenced to pay a Ann of $100
and Imprisonment (or five years.
The seven other Indictments return
ed by tho Grand Jury were also plac
ed on tbo onen file today. Not a sin-
Jt, glo ono of them Is against gamblers.
Halemano Is charged with murder
In the first degree. The indictment
shows that on March 9 ho killed a Chi
nese itemed Chlng Kan, by striking
him with his flat on the neck. He plead
ed not guilty and his case was contin
ued for the term.
Walkalel Wallnu of Moanalua Is
charged with assault and battery with
a stick on one Maleka Mokuahl. He
pleaded not guilty.
Den Kcanu la Indicted on a charge
of adultery with one Alau Klnl, an un
married girl. He has not yet been
Martlnell and Watklns are charged
with larceny In the second degree. It
being shown that on Dec. 28, 1905,
they stole $5 from o$e Juana Petrona.
Doth nleadcd not guilty.
II. O. Lyndell was charged with sod-
omy. on Dec. 27, a boy named Joseph of Kona, who arrived yesterday by the
Tcllca being his victim, He pleaded Mauna Loa, gay that J. K. Nahalo Is
not guilty. I the possible appointee to succeed the
Sbirllshl, a Japanese, was charged late J, W, Kelilkoa as Deputy Sheriff
with assart with a weapon with at- of Kona. ' Mr. Nahale held that otneo
tempt to murder, It being shown that under a commission from Andrews of
on Nov. 4 he assaulted one Osana Mo-, Hllo until he was defeated by Kelilkoa
rllR with a loaded revolver. Ills plea at the County election by a margin of
yas reserved until next Thursday. fifty votes, He Is a capablo man and
Hirota, Naraharn, Ueno and Hlokl has tho confidence of those In the dls
were all charged with conspiracy to trlct. Tho Republican Supervisors of
assault with a knife another Japanese the lllg Isle, who control the Board, It
named Kato Plea was reserved until la reported, are to a man In favor of
& Son, Ltd.
ZZ tf :.Ti
"I am not quite in favor of the Rapid
Transit Co.'s suggestion to give a 16
minute service on Llllha and Ueretanla
streets and tho Walalao road," said Su
perintendent of Public Worlta Hollo
way today. "It would, in my opinion,
be better to have a 10-mlnute service
on Ueretanla and Llllha and a 20 min
ute service to Walalao. People who
live In the suburbs cannot expect to
have as good a service as those who
live In town. Nothing about this mat
ter has been settled aa yet, however.
I Intend to have a conferenco with the
Governor about It first."
Thos, J. White and H. L. Kawewehl
A.,..,,.ii , ,r , i--.
FAVOR NAHALE FOR
DMY OF KONA
For aala at all leading hottla and
Thas. F. WcTihe & Co.
101 TO 10S N. KING STREET.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
The following cases will be called
Monday In Judge Do Dolt's court:
101 Territory ot Hawaii vs. Ah Sin,
selling liquor without license.
1. Territory vs. Kawasaki, cho fa
tickets In posusslon.
3. Territory v. Gladstone, assault
6. Territory vs. Kawasaki, lottery
tickets In possession.
8. Territory vs. Chin I'ong, assault
10, Territory vs. Mak&nal, larceny
12. Territory i Yokuyama, selling
liquor without license.
;. Tcnitory vs. cnoy look, main
taining and assisting lottery.
27. Territory vs. Chun Ho, main
taining and nsslsllng lottery.
29. Territory vs. Kawachl, exhibition
without license ,
31. Territory vs. Ilosle Neva, keep
ing a disorderly house.
40. Territory s Mnlle Puhtkla, sell
ing snlrltuous ilauors without a llccnso.
45. Territory vs. Eugene Duvachcllc',
using vulgar, profane and obscene lan
guage. 40. Territory s, Ah Tuk, nssault
and battery. .
47. Territory vs. Frank Qonsalvcs,
assault and battery.
62. Territory vs. Dan Vldn, assault
65. Territory vs. Mrs. Charles Wag
ner, assault and battery.
60. Territory vs. Phillip Rlverr.
57, Territory vs. David L&elae and
Alex. Nichols, gambling.
69. Territory vs. David Makalpo,
larceny, 2nd degree.
From Paris comes tho news that tho
best people arc taking snuff again and
giving It. A medical paper bolstcra
up tho fad by saying that a few
pinches a day will guard agaldst Influ
enza. NEW - TO-DAY
in Tin: circuit court of the
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
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Chambcra; In Probate. In tho Matter
ot ino r.siaio 01 iiouen iepou, 01 Ho
nolulu, Oahu, Deceased. Order of No
Urn nf Hearing Petition for Adminis
tration. On reading and filing tho pe-l
tltlon of Emma Kcpoo, widow of said
Intestato, alleging that Robert Kcpoo
of Honolulu. Oahu, i)led Intestato at
Honolulu. Oahu, on the 23d day of
March. A. D. 190G. leaving property In
tho Hawaiian Islands necessary to be
administered upon, and praying that but nevertheless the now houses con
letters of administration Issue to Em- templatcd for tho Cooper trnct In Ma
ma Kepoo, It Is ordered that Monday, noa are being delayed on account of
tho 7th day of May, A. D. 1900, at 9 want of contractors In a position to ilu
o'clock a. m., be and hereby la appoint- tbo work,
ed for hearing said petition In the I The Henry Waterhouse Trust Corn-
court room of this court at Honolulu, pany Is financing the sale of these lots
Oahu, at which time and place all per-Un(j nhlle there has not been an extra I
sons concerned may appear and show ordinary rush, (even new homes nrc al-
cauoe, If any they have, why said petl- rvady scheduled to be built In the Coop-1
tlon should not bo granted, and that'er tract section. Some of these homes
notice of this order be published In will not bo erected as noon aa was cx-
wio miRiiBii lunguuKf uncu u ween lur
three successive weeks in tho Evening
Bulletin newspaper In Honolulu.
Doled at Honolulu, March 30. 1U0G.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
2nd Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit. 331G
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creditors of tho estate nf Clara
II, Donning, deceased, are hereby noti
fied to present their claims against de
ceased, duly authenticated and with
the proper vouchers, If any exist, even
though tho. claim Is secured by, mort
gage upon real estate, to tbo under
signed, at the office of J, Alfred Ma
goou, corner of Merchant and Alakea
Streets, Honolulu, County of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from this date.
If such claims be not presented with
in said six months or within six
months from the tlmo they fall duo,
they shall be forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, March 20, 1906.
BEHNHARD RUDOLPH BANNING,
Executor under the will of Clara
II. Banning, deceased. ,
334C Mar. 31; Apr. 7, 14, 21.
Notice Is hereby given that the' fr'y- ." Identity could not bo es
animals described below have been tin- tabiianea.
pounded In the Government Pound at,
Kallhl, Island ot Oahu, and unless the 7 A lVTHT C
pound fees nnd damages are sooner sat- W 1 I !
Isfled will bo sold at the date hereafter1
named apcordlne to law! - . . .
. - -
March 28, 1906 Bay mule; Brand 55
on left fore leg.
The above animal will be sold on
Saturday, April 14, 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon, if not called for before the date
W. K. HUTCHISON,
tiiainna.1 ii: . .t.-ft.-g ltfi- ,,v
First quarter of tbo moon Apr. 1st,
The tluea at Kanulul and Illlo occur
about an bour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Tim u 10h 30m
flower than Oreenwlch time, being
that ot the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle blowa at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same, aa Greenwtsh. Oh 0m.
Friday, March 30.
Dr. bk. Pactolus, Watts, 73 days ftotn
Newcastle, 4 p. m. (anchored outside
Saturday, March 31.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Maul
and Hawaii ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, I'lltl, from Anahola,
10:10 a. m.
Friday, March 30. ,
Am. bk. Emily F. Whitney, doodman,
for Makawcll, 4 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, for Maul
porn, S p. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Kauai
ports, 1 p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Ncvadan,
Kahulul, 6 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson,
from Kauai ports, early In morning.
Stmr. I.lkellke, Naopala, from Jlolo
kal. Maul and Lanal ports.
Front Maul and Hawaii ports, per
simr. mnau. aiarcn a ,-kodi. mcai-
phlne, Mrs. Robt. McAlphlne Miss M.
Gordan. A. H. Erics, Mrs. A. Macln-
tosh. Miss O. Macintosh, Miss A. G
Foster, J. 8. Ferry. V. Hurd, David
Douglas, J, Llndomnnn, C. E. King,
Dr. Yaomorn, Mrs. Ttlcharawa and In
fant, Miss Hawalo, II. E. Picker, Peter
E. Tosh W. Fcrnandes, P. K. Yoon,
D. H. Hitchcock. F. W. Mllverton. Q.
. . . n ...-- ... . M-W '
iioitnen. j. 11. ruruy, . a. rcucr.
"?rc,, "8 Andor"on't s"mJ-1
P. Woods, W. E. Johnson, E. J. Oay.
A. L. Perry, Albert Horner, Albert
liorA"!J.r "??" E; 't1 nal,'b, .r;
I'. ? F'a?,'r,,WA D- J' i' 0rfn Ad I
r,l',e'mA',,8"na; ."' NnnJa n ' w
Rlx, T. R. Robinson, J. Duggan, W. 1
L. Keclcn, D. Conway, James Morse, '
W. II. Morton, Mrs. C. A. MacDonald,
From Anahola, per stmr. Iwalanl
March 31. Mrs. Texcra ana two cbll
ilrcn, T. A. Cummlngs, Mrs. Kcppla
-IMI.N) -- WU.........QU, . .'
and son and three deck passengers.
CONTRACTORS ARE FlY
AND HIDING DELAYED
it Isn't safe to say -Boom- mesa unys
pecteu ucciiubd die cumruciurs urn
busy. Undoubtedly contractors will he
found. Tho Incident Is an evlileno
that times are a little better than In the
Temperatures 0 a, m GO; 8 a. m.,
72; 10 a. m., 74; noon, 70; morning
Barometer. S a. m.. 30.02: absolute"
humidity, 8 a. m.. 4 883 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,'
85 pcr cent; dew point. 8 a. m., 69.
Wind. G a. m.. velocity 6, dlrectlo-i
N.: 8 a. m.. velocity 2. direction N. E.:
10 a. m.. velocity 10. direction S. E.:
noon, velocity 9. direction 8.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m . J)l Inch.
Total wind movement during
hours ended at noon, 167 miles.
ALEX. McU. ASHLEY,
Section Director. U. 8. Weather Bu
A ship was sighted off Kahulul last
v . . . . .
Mr Want Wiumn !we Ka -n
1000 Business Cards, $2.00. Al mate-
rial and workmanship. Mercantile
General Quick Printers. Alakea and
Merchant, Phone Main 173, 3346-3t
Now On Sale
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE
Silk Shirt Waist Suits
AT CLOSINO OUT PRICES
LOT 1 PONGEE 80IT8, fancy trimmed SS.OO
LOT 2 8ATIN FOULARD In Brown, Navy and Glisk, with white
dotted design S7.50
LOT3 HEAVY CHANGEABLE SILK, solid color, In Navy and
LOT 4 WHITE CHINA 8ILK, handsomely trim mid with lace
LOT 6 HEAVY PONGEE, beautifully trimmed with fagottlng
and gilt button , 815.00
Sizes 32, 34, 36, 38.
THESE ARE BROAINS
IT WOULD COST YOU MORE FOR THE SILK.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tli a fi11j-itvln rr MniitramAnia In i Vt A
specifications for "Furnishing material I
for tho construction of a 30," pipe lino
from tbo end of tho Eiduonl plpo
through tho dam at Reservoir No. 4 to I
tho New Electric Power Station, Nuu-,
ami Valley, Honolulu, T, II." '
FIRST, rago 4, paragraph "EREC
TION." "Tho successful bidder must furnish
n sworn statement that each plcco or
length of plpo has been given n cold
water test at the factory without
showing any leaks In scam or rivet
holes under tho following pressures,"
will bo moulded to read:
"Tho successful bidder must fur.
nlsh a sworn statement that twelvo
(12) lengths (selected at random from
tho entire number of lengths to bo
furnished) i.avo been given a cold wa
ter test at tho factory without show
, ,Mks , gcam or rvct holcg
d , ,, foowng preurcs:
Kor j.r ln , , 300 it pcr
For 3 8" thick plpo 400 pounds per
For 7-16" thick plpo 500 pounds per
sq. In." 1
SRCOND. Page 2, paragraph
"Staves to bo furnished In 30 foot
i,i,... ni i, mn,nn.i m .-
"Staves to be furnished In minimum
, tb8 of ,xlcen tl0) fcct;.
" c s HOI I OWAY
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono-
I"'". T. H., Mar. 27, 1006, 3343-3t
& WjUkjfl.eklwii,v.tj&iaufca, 1
J nl i-iintin I ntlrllin I. I
CLEANING and DYEING
Wtaronow miking a tptcltlty of thf
Sanitary Steam Laundry,
Phono Main 73
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
1 "The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sal In aheet music form.
BERG8TROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
QDD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Alwaya on Hand.
GON8ALVE8 4 CO., LTD.,
REAL ESTATE TRAN8ACTION8.
Entered- for Record Mar. 30, 1606,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p.,m.
Schuman Carriage Co J.td to Sisters
or me sacred Hearts .., ,...u
Oenr, Lansing & Co by trs to Sisters
of the 8acrcd Hearts D
Lelaloha K Al and by tr and hsb to
Knplolanl Est Ltd D
Kaplolanl Est Ltd to Edmund B Mc-
Clnnahan . . f D
, HI rum Kolomoku by afft of mtgee to
Tro of Est of W C Lunalllo..FclAtft
. O U & L Co to lid of Hawn Evan-
I' gellcal Assn , D
W A Kinney to Edmund B McClana-
K B McCIanahan to Kaplolanl Est
Kapeka Haukl to Pioneer Mill Co
LUrle K Davis and hsb to Emma L
N G Peterson to Win L Peterson. .Rol
Wm L Peterson to W II GUI M
John Magoon to Tr of Rebecca P
Humeku , D
Entered for Record Mar. 31, 1906,
wu mt ,11 iw u,,u in.
i-rom a a. m. to 10:30 a. m
iIftwn Tr Co 1 d tr to Waialua Aerl
Co Ltd Rel
Waialua Agrl Co Ltd to Hawn Trust
Co Ltd tr .TrMlg
1 The WeeHly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvAs a complete summarr ot
the news of Xbe day, For 81 a year.
AtHrnhoiim Mornh Ql
Al Ul UllCUUI, Ifldl tII O I
36 ROUNDS OF BOXING
1..1. Mnrorlrlon uo
JdL ITIuraUUall 10
FOR THE LIOHTWEIGHT CHAM.
PIONSHIP OFTHE HAWAIIAN
RED DIXON vs. JACK JEFFRIE8,
of Hakaiko Hon, Iron Wks.
HeayyiAsljhts, 200 lbs.
KID LANAI vs.
Sale of tickets at Orpheum Thurs.
day, March, 29.
50c, l, )1.50; atage
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
BATHING AND 8HAMPOOING.
Wo have them. Call to sea
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kino; St.
PHONE MAIN 13!
CORNER FORT AND BERE
TANIA 3T3., SACH8 BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites.
Electric Linhts and Running
Water In every room.
Unfurnished rooms on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
solicited. Rates reasonable.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
DF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unlquo Articles of All Kinds.
. 041 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 250. p. 0. Box 948
Weekly Bulletin 81 Pr year,
847-857 Kaihymana Stml
P. O. BOX 594. TEL. MAIN ft
First of the Season
AND A GOOD ONE.
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1906,
Somo excellent stock, especially
amongst the Fruit Tree varieties.
Would draw especial attention to a
celebrated Imported Mango only
GENERA!, LINE OF FRUIT
FERNS OF ALL KINDS.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Taro rood Factory
TUE8DAY, APRIL 3, 1806,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho premises, Llltha street, oppo
slto Vineyard, I will sell ta Public Auc
tion, tho property comprising:
A valuable lot on the corner of Lt
lllia St. and Parker lane, having a
frontago of 87 ft. on LUlha street, and
from 79 to 112 ft, deep.
Tho lot Is high ground and Is well
In this property there has lately
l.nAn nrfMpit n i pit httllt. new framo
bu,jingi 25x100 feet, wired for elec
tricity, flush closets, porcelain mungs,
etc. Building Is covered with corru
gated Iron. Tho factory Is well sup
plied with new machinery, comprising:
1 20H.P. steam tubular boiler 30x100
1 8x8 class D horizontal engine.
1 No. 4 mill for manufacture of poL
1 No. 2 mill for grinding grain, taro,
Shafting, bolting, pulleys, scale.
I 'Tho above will bo first offered as a
whole, and If not sold will be sold Id
All particulars at my office.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
0MA1A, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Prlnolpal Eastern Points.
Be sure your ticket reads via tha
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A,
1 Montgomery 8t, San Franolsco, Cal.
137 MERpHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
XIHI, and other dsslrbl IscalltlM
Also 1 JTJMP-8BAT BUCKbOARO,
eonl-hanj; good aa nw.
, THE COBWEB CAFE,-
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Camara & Co,, Props.
F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Or, BERETANIA and EMMA ST
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