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1906 Cyphers Incubators
No. 0-66 E&
No. 1 140 Egg
No. 2-240 Egg
OTYLC A & STORM KINO OUTDOOR DROODCR3.
A full line of Cyphtrs roods Just received. This year's Cy
pliers Incubators and Bracdera are far ahead of anythlnu that
has ever been put out In this line. The splendid record of a
100 hatch made at the UU Poultry Chow was made with a
Call and see the latest and best In Poultry Supplies.
Whitney & Marsh
Ii you have never tried
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do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sale at all leading hotels and
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E. O. Hall
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo -(tvc (ill Other PltivorM AImo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
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BtBBE-WEHJJICKE "EWSTIC" BOOK-MSE
A living book-case grows with your library and always
fits It Small enough for to cr large enough f cr 10,000
books. An IJeJ book-case for the home. Fitted with
dust-rroof disappearing doors, simple and perfect.
Grades and prices to suit all tastes and requirements.
Call and see them or write for booklet
Ohi "A girl who marries rich man
H?.'.."N't 'Ulf '""L" 'l' " h p00r
Taft's Opinion On
Marriage Of Lieutenants
WbRliliiRluii, Mnich 28. St'rrrtary
Taft, iK'fo.-o thu Sena. Mlllluiy Af
fairs Committee today, RtioiiKly ntlwi
ratfil n claimo In .he army appropila
lion hill piolilliltliiR Iho innnlttRo of
filllcciH lulow tliu ranU of captain ami
rofi'ireil to immeioini iloralrallonn nnil
flmnilal illlllcultleB of joiinu oIIIciub
Icidlne 10 trial by ouriniai ilul nud
"Would not tho npplkntlon or jour
plan ti'ml In raro huIcIiIu?" al(cd Sen
Hccrotary Taft admitted that It
might and added that It was with
KrrJt reliMtame that n was fnrrcil
Mo advocato tho dauso In ipivatlou. Ik
Raid ho could not Hnnrtlon Senator
Seott'H plan of liu reused pay for olll
rrri of Iho lowor grades,
Bcoutary Taft npol,o nt Rome. IoiikHi
eonceniltiK iho iiPfORRliy for a military
rahlo to Panama by way of Key Wont.
I'orto Illc-o nnil Oiianlnnnino. Hueli 11
cnhlo Is provldeil for In Iho ppiulliiK
hill hy an npproprlullou of JU27.0H0.
fr!4...-ftW.n . i. in
& Son, Ltd.
- - i -i y1-'- "
It a fool."
m4n vvho mar'-" that kind of girl."
Tart hIhii nskcil an nppropilutlon for
a rablc Rlilp, which wu Blrnik out of
'ho bill by tho Home. t wnH rc-Btor-cd.
Secretary Taft opposed tho reduc
lion or thu cavalry arm 011 tho Kround
time It reipilrc'H two )cam or moio to
cijiilp thlH force.
An amendment offered by Senator
I.odKo piovlrtlug that tho conatwlflo
law ot tho United states wlinll not np
ply to trado betnocn tho United
States and tho Philippines until July
I. 1000, wiir Indorsed hy -ho Secretary.
Tho Senntc nilnptoil nu amendment tii
tho bhlppInK bill proldlns for such an
extension, but Hint bill Is tied up In
the Hoimo with little chnnco of pan
baco. The DUSINE83 MAN'8 HANDY IN-
UUA, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete rsoume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
Iments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
v.r- por inonm. weekly uuiietln,
SI per year.
7B7" Fine Job Printing at the Bul
still i "' llilM.,,.,, M.-rftt
Thos. F. McTihe & Co.
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1C1 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
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The label on S &. W Canned Goods
Is an Insurance policy, protecting you
to the fullest extent aaalmt rfltan.
polntment. No premium charged.
SAW Canned Goods are scruou
louily selected and the greatest of
cars and cleanliness' Is observed In the
handling and preparing of same for the
market. The finished article Is sub
jected to the most rigid tests before
Henry May & Co.,
RETAIL MAIN 22.
WHOLESALE MAIN 92.
-ur Wiint Column .See Pnec !
A llc sullcllor for a pleasant, estab
lished business, Is untiled. Perm
nent position to rlfiht niau. Address
It 1). II., llulktln olllcc. SSflO-tf
A llvo solicitor for n pIonnant, estab
lished business, Is wantvil. Permn
ncnt position lo right man. Address
It. 1). I)., llullotln afflee. 3350-tr
Panries, 75 eents a Imx; strong plants
In hloom now. 2ml door south of
Camp McKlnley. I.cnhl Ac.. Wnl
kllil. 33 191 w
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, ESTATE
OF BARNHARD BERGERSEN.
Tho iinderlgncd having been ap
pointed Hxccutrlx of tho Kstato of
llnrnharil HeigeiRen, deceaed, lato of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, notlco
Is huroby given to all perRoiiH havlni;
cl&lniH ngaliiRt Raid estate to nreflent
theli elalniR duly authenticated and
with proper voucher. If any rxUt,
ovc: If Iho claim In seemed by mort
gaga upon real estate, at tho o'lllto of
I)ald Dayton, 137 Merchant street,
Honolulu, within six months from tho
Into hereof or tliey will bo forover
bnncd. And all perHoim owing Raid
estate nro hereby requested to mako
Immcdlato settlemont of Eamc with tho
said David Dayton.
Executrix with tho Will Annexed, Kr
tato of llarnhurd Ilorgersen.
Dated Honolulu, April Ctb, 1000.
33S0 Apr. Ii, 12, 19, 2C; .May 3.
GET RID OTPHILIPPINES
Washington, March 27. Members of
CungrcsR discussed with Intense In
teiest, today, the toport that tho Kooso
elt administration Intends to conduct
liegntlutloriB with Japan looking to thu
Until disposition or tho Philippine 113
Anieilrnn possessions. It Is evident
that tho sentiment on tho pail of Con
Biesg members is remarkably In favor
of getting rid of tho Philippines on the
best terms possible
Itel.uUo to the alleged negotiation'
between tho United StalcH mid Japan
coiueinlug tho futuio of the 1'hlllp
lines, It can he stated emphatically
I hat. whateer disposition may bo inndo
of our Asiatic possesions, this Gov
ernment will Insist that tho mogiam to
glvo the Filipinos thulr own local Ick- ,
lslatuio shall bo cairlcl out to tho lat
ter, Japan, It Is understood, Is perfect-1
ly willing In accede to that piovlsion,!
tho deslie of the Mikado's country he-l
Ing rattier to gain an ascendancy In tho
rmiiop.nes, wncn win preclude forevoi
possible cncroachmcuts thoro of othor
Old World jiowers.
Tho Weekly Kdltlon of tho Evening
llulletln gives n complete nummary or
tlio news of tho day. For SI " yar.
Dlank hooka of all florin, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Uullotlu Pub.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
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6 ll! P'Ht
Tull moon Apr. 8 at 7.41 p, in.
'Ilia tides at namiiul and illlo occur
about an hour earlier tbaa at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is 10b 30m
slower IIiau Greenwich time, being
that of thu tnerlillau of 157.30. Tbo
tlmo whistle blows al 1;.10 p. tn which
Is the name aa Qreenwlsb. Oh 0m.
Wednesday. Anrll 4
Schr. Chas. I.. Woodbury, Harris,
trom Illlo, 4 p. 111,
Thursday, April B.
Illit. Nowsboy, PeterRon. from
flrny'H Hnrhor, 'J a. m (tit l.lkellke
O. 8. S. Co.'s S. S. Sonomn, Herri
mini, Irom Sydney, 1 p m.
Wednesday, April 4.
Rlmr. Iwnlnnl, Plltz, for Dleclo and
Koloa, 4 p. m.
S. S. Sierra. lloud' for tho Col
onlefl, 9 p, m.
S hr. Knliilanl, Colly, for Kaanapall,
15 p. 111., towed by Rtmr IVntleRR.
Thunulny. April C,
Schr. Mary 12. roster, Johnson, for
San 1'ranelHco, 10 n. 111.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, Orogory, for Knual
pnrtH, S p. m.
Stmr. Noeint, Pcderson, for llama
kua ports, G p. in,
Stmr. N'llliaii, lor Ahuklnl, T, p. m.
Stmr. Clnudlnc, Pnrker, for Maul
porte, C p. m.
For San I-'ranclsto, per bk. It. P.
Itlthet. Am II 4. Mr mid Mrs. 1'inu
,uid Ron, It. J. Sco't, I,. Hey.
Per O. 8. H. Slifrra. for tho Colonics,
April 4. J. J. Grau,Dr. and Mrs. II. 11.
FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS.
Am. schr. Alox'. T. Ilrown, McKay,
r.r.l tons, coal from Newcastle to Ho
nolulu. Hr. stmr Ilucentaiir, Rltson, 2283
Ioiib. coal from Newcastle to Hono
lulu. Am. Rhlp Hccla, Nelson, 143S tons,
coal from Newcastle to Honolulu.
Am. schr. I" !IhlaiIe, liinihcr, Orayfl
Harbor to KaliiilufT
U. S. Weather Durcau,
' Local Offlrn,
Tcninerntures 0 n. in., 70, S u in.
72; 10 ii. in., 70; noon, 7a; morning
llarotmter, S a, in.. 30.0S; nbsoluta
humidity. 8 a m.. G.r,511 grains ner
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m ,
77 per cent; dew point, 8 n. in., CI.
Wind. 0 n. in., velocity 0, direction
K. 12.; S n, in., oloclty 10, direction
K. 12.; 10 a. in , cloclty 4. direction N.
12.: noon, ploclty 8, direction N. 12.
llalnfull dining 21 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours endc I .it 1100:1, 20.4 miles.
AI.I2X. MccJ. ASlll-BV.
Beitlon Director. U. 8. Weather II u
Ohio's Liquor Law
Effects Many Workers
CoiumbiiB, Ohio. March 28, Thou
Hands of men may ho thrown nut of
employment hy tho enforcement of thu
Aiken Jiono liquor law, which has
Just been passed According to onu
authority tho r.OOO proprietor of tho
RaioonH mat win cIoro will bo out of
employment. At least half of them
hnvj barkeepers, making 2500 moio,
Many porters, men who get up tho
saloon lunches and bakcrH also may
Iosd their Jobs. Ilruwcry drivers and
other emplojci at tho breweries will
uIkt Buffer nml It Is said today that
between 10,000 and IG.OOO pcoplo In
all will ho out of employment.
ucprcncmnllvo Allien cntlmatea
Hint tho italn In tho Statn'a lovcnuo
will ho about J3,1BO,000, thrco-tcnths
of which will go to tho State. It Is
estimated Hint 400 aaloons will close
In Cincinnati, 400 In Cleveland, 350 In
Columbus 37.1 In Toledo, 200 In Day
ton and 180 In Ynungstown, besides
many In. smaller towns.
Call lluroiii. Post Ilnlldlng. Wash
Inglon. March 22. llemesentntlve Fos
ter of Vermont today took to tho While
House, for tho purpose of Introduction,
two of his constituents, John S. Mead
and J S, Manning, both of Rutland.
Tho latter Bald to tho President thnt ho
had been n delegate to the last Repub
lican convention anil had had tho hon
or of voting for Mr. Roosevelt ns n
Presidential candidate nnd Unit hn
hoped to hnu nn opportunity to help
In his nomination for another term,
The President thanked him, but Raid
that a second nomination was an Impossibility.
NEW DRESDEN RIBBONS
In all widths, also
Shoe String Ribbons
5 inches wide 35c.
Wash Cotton Crepe with Orienial Designs
Just the thing for Kimonos and Dressing Sacqucs,
NOTICE TO NUUANU WATER CON.
Fiom present Indications, It Is a se
rious question as to whether or not
there will ho n RUdlclcnt Ritpply from
tho Niiuami Valley Source to meet tho
demand of consumers on tho "High
Prersuro SyRtem" during tho coining
Spring am) Summer muntliR.
In order to nold, If possible, draw
ing down thlfl supply such thnt tho
consumers will experience want, oven
for household purposes, tho use of wa
ter or Irrigation purposes Is hereby
prohibited, until at least wo Imvo
rains, outside of two hours ench daw
lz.: between G nud 8 o'clock In tho
Tho Inspector have been Instructed
lo seo that all Hcnlrcs nro Rhut off or
where they nro found Irrigating out
stdo of tho hours nhovo specified. Em
ployers aro requested to notify their
yard men thnt they will not bo permit
ted to Irrjgatc outsldo of Ihesu hours.
J. II. HOWI,ANI). I
Superintendent of Water WorkR.
"April 3rd, 100B. 3348 31
A SOLID KOA DRESSER, HIGHLY
POLISHED, WITH LARGE
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Go.
HOTEL AND UNION ST8.
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
J. M. Levy & Go.
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 60c. a week
IIS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST.
LARGE STOCK OF
1120 NUUANU 8T.
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HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESSED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 !! FORT R-rnccT
Will cull for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 196,
JJT WE WANT YOU
to call and examine our stock nt in.
dies' Stationery, Music and Musical
instruments, otnee Supplies, Etc.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Everything for the Otflce.
Have You Seen
The Latest and Creates! In
DATHINQ AND 8HAMP00ING.
We have them. Call to see
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King: St.
PHONE MAIN 131
CORNER FORT AND BERE
TANIA 8T8., 8ACHS BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites.
Electric Lights and Running
Water In every room.
Unfurnished rooms on second
floor now available.
City and other Island trade
solicited. Rates reasonable.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Just arrived per Nevadan, FINE
LOT OF HORSES, COWS and CHICK
ENS. Club Stables
TEL. MAIN 109.
Tablo board for summer months,
$00.00. Room and board reasonable.
Address, H. DEWS, Manager.
will make you a nice two-piece suit
and allow you to pay (or same at $1.00
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP ST.
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg-
isiers ana aewing machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
lllank looks of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the llulletln Pub.
XF"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. St.,
At my salesroom. I will sell without
1 Surrey, "
1 Mountain Jump Seat Wnson,
Scernl New I'etnlnmn nml nihnr
(Inrden Seats, i:tc Htc.
Lot Dress length pieces,
Lot now WIiIIh llcdspreads,
O. Sehowechten UprlRht (Irani! Kino
1 1-4 sawed Oak Clilnn Closet,
1 Silver-plated Bet,
1 "MacNell A Urban" Steel Safe,
1.01 or new uiicintn,
1 Inrso I'lnnn I.nnip (new).
Very pretty Onk Sideboard,
lleds, Mnttresses, llureatin,
Clocks, Hloen, Croekery,
ladles' ami Mi-ii'm Hnln,
Lot While Slrnw Hnln,
1 "White" Sewing Machine,
Ixit t.nillcs' Jnpnneno Crepe Shirt
Wnlt-lM, Hie., Htc.
JAB. F. MORGAN,
FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, I will sell without
1 Phaeton, .
1 Mountain Jump Seat WoRon,
Seveial New Petnliiuia nnd other
CAHT8. , ' ,"'
Harden Seats, i:tc Ktc.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
VIA ' " 1 13
OHAHA, KANSAS CUT,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
He sure your tlrket reads vl the
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, G. A
1 Montgomery St., San Franelsco, Cal.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
THE. COBWEB CAFE, -n
QUEEN ana" ALAKEA 8TS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
TINE MEALS, 1
S Gamara & Co,, Props.-2
F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Car.'-BERETANIA and EMMA BTS.
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