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BVCNINO DUIXHTIN, HONOLULU, T H . ntinAY, Atmt. 0, 1900.
The Little Ads with
Hoc Piiko . N2W TO -
J. ! SPECIAL NOTICES.
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41 BISHOP TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
., Iloucc, Klnau St.; 4 bedrooms, $35.
Store, Fort St.; $35.
Warehouse, Nuuanu St.; $20.
'" Handsome residence and large lot,
House on Pensacota St.; (tables,
poultry run, etc. Fine placs for
Fine building lot on King St.
Three cottages on Young St.; mos
qulto proof, all rented; a pay
DISHOP TRU8T COMPANY, LTD.
X Cnllagu of 3 bcilriMunn m Vliicjnrd
HI. ninl cottage of 2 bedrooms (in
I Peck Ac. Applv 8 8 1'e.k. 27
y Vineyard. 33J3-H
rurtilshcil housekeeping rooms with
gas; nlno Fi-room furnished colLigc.
Inqulic No b. Ci ttago (liovo.
A two story house. No. 10.1fi flreen
street. Iurnlhhed or unfurnished.
J7f? Apply C. II. ltejnulds. 331" If
rrPttKei In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KtJ, Smith St, mnuka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lauo.
I-nrgo. cool, well furnished rooms, nt
,, lliu i:ilre. rent reasonable. 3317 lw
Two story house at Wnlalao nnd fitb
.Ave. Inquire on pramhns. 3321-lin
Newly furnished mosqiillo proof roonu
nl XI Vineyard Ht 272S-tf
The Weekly Kdltlon of tho Hvcnlng
llullctln given a complete nummary of
thn news of tho day. For SI a year.
(Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Dost black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
,, rocks for stable, roads and nlde
, walks; firewood. Third door below
"'' King, Maunakea St; I'. O. box 820.
"3 Telerbono Main 330.
:jFor a nice, smooth shave call at the
: Criterion Shop, 1111 Fori HL
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i EMPLOYMENT OrFICE.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkl. General Kmploymcnt Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and Ilerctanla.
W. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to thn piano wnrcrooms
of L. i:. Thayer & Co., 1G8 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 0 months by expert.
Kil enred teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
i special attention to adult beginners.
"' Address Music, this offlro. 3328 tf
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN-
V SELECT WITH CARE
it means much to you. The home you build expresses your per
sonality. "Through Its halls runs th story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
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Wholemilo & Retail Liquor Dunlcr,
0 6tock of Japanese and America Liquors, ''anzal Salcrn In connection
WOSTOFFICC BOX BBS
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Mani,,' ',
the Big Results
DAY, for NoW'Ada.
Kino corner lot In Mahlkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
anil all Improvements. Two tntn
iiloii' walk from cars and I'unabou
College. Address It. r., this offlce.
Pnntio. 7f rent n box- strong plants
In bloom now 2ml door south of
Camp .McKinluy. Lcahl Ave. Vnl
Klkl. 3.119 lw
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address It. 9. K.. llullctln.
Hawaiian nnd Orlentnl stamps, post
cards newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange Address Itandolph Stu
art, dree nvvooil, llrltlsh Columbia.
A lite solicitor fur a ple.isntit, cstab
Untied business Is wanted I'erma
iitnt position lo light man. Addrex
It 1) II. llullilln ollhe 3330-tf
Haleman nnd rolleelnr for Inland of
Mnul. Apply 1107 Alakea St.
TnmnrtndK Apply Honolulu Jam nnd
Chutney fnclorj 181 lintel St.
1-idlcH gold watch nnd eh ill). Initials
M A II ItevMiid nt this olllre
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Bolter work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooses a soectalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
SxecuUS t shortest notice.
Makes Floih nnd Btrnath for 8I0U nno
Dti uy,mnmts ronjx rion rou piooa
chcJtadlaehv ulvlnavob trnath K
rtuftet It. Sold tit Druaak 75 ctft nbot
or 3 tooiet for 42. or mnid on receipt of
price. Write ue about Home Treatment
jr. bohamkq con rnnaaoipnicu r
Umbrellas r.oalred and brass polish
ing. Tnkntn, 1281 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Knos Bros., Union nhovo Hotel St.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music lloxcs. Sharpening of
Tino Cutlery. Ilear Union drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
Weekly Bulletin SI P" year.
White 1)5 1
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TELEP NE MAIN 8$
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDINQ.
COUNTRY CLUB MEETS
The nctf Country ('lull will be known
as the Oahu Country Club, Ltd., of Ho
iiiitiitu Faxon Illshop will be thn
president for the first cnr About fifty
i ntliuslaslk members met nt tho Yuung
hotel Insl evening nnd took tho pic
limlnnt) steps toward organizing the
When Die meeting was called to
order h) II. It. Admua he was nppolnt
ed temporary rli-ilruinn nnd C'lliilon J,
HtiUhlus was ehoen temporary suite
tnry Mr. Adams proceeded, to read the
committee's rcpoit, which was as fol
lows Tho history of the movement towiird
the organization of n Country Club
dates hark nearly two )cars, when n
vclf-appolntcd conunltteo visited Iho
lands known as Wnolatil valley for the
puipusn of Investigating Its feasibility
ns a site fur stall nn organization. Tho
nnimlltec found the I.uhI to he f-o
Kptcndldl) ndajited for the pitriHisc that
overtures vcre made to the on tiers of
the proprt ty fcr n leiin with un option
of purchase and finally an agreement
was reached and n lease secured, which and put In n much larger slock
Ir.ve bears date of October 2, 1903,. nnd Should the dcnl go through this liur,
ruiw for n period of twenty years, nt Iness will torry n stock of sporting
nn annual nntal of $900, At tho time 'Roods that wJII ho the mort modern
the lease arrived tlo coiumllti'ti tccuredinnd up to date. Tho storo will prol
nn option lo purchase It within flo nhly rhel in size nnd stock any Ui.li
years for l2I.V00,aud the owners wcrojiiKc eainiiimnnieni on tnc roist,
willing to nccepl $i.U0U cash nnd allow
JlS.l'OU to stand ng n mottgagc on tlw
property for nn indcflnlto period, said
mottgage to heir ft per cent Interest, us
the land (ours nn aim of 300 larva
with nt least 7.1 per cent peculiarly for
our purposes, this was considered n
icnsoniblo price. Tho leito wug made
In the name of Wudu Warren Thnjcr
as lessee and has remained unexecuted
In the ptreeiit time.
Several gentlemen who were an
jitoiihed on thu subject of organizing
a uniiitr) club to bo local id on this
t.roprrty claimed that It was iwault
ililo (or the purpoee on nciount of It
tiling boggy mid Hwiimpy nnd refused
to Interest themselves In tho furtlici
Ing of the ort,anlzutlon In order to
thoruughl) linen tlguto these stat-i-nienls.
n rnmnilttee of five, consisting
01 i:. It. Adnnn, J. I). Mclnerny, lir. C.
U. High, C 8. liullowny nnd I). U 8ur
cusoti, were reipiested to make n thor
ough Investigation of tho samu an 1
make a report.
The committee visited the propetty
nnd uflcr a thorough investigation pro.
nounrcd It suitable in every way (or
thi) purposes of the club, milling tho
land dry and (be location In every wu
nd.ipted. They nlso repotted that as rf
LiiKiucha proposition they considered It
u good investment ns mute a large urea
could bo dlvldod Into house lots and
toiii in ii inir price wiinuiii inicruriu,
111 nn way vvitli the general schcim.
On .March 25tu nbuul iwcnty-flvu of
those Interested In the siheino visited
the nrotiuity nnd vvh llo thcru held nn
Impiomiitu meeting, I). It. Adams be
ing nppolutid cluilrnian, ,A ;onunlltuj
on orgaulzullon uud membership wax
appointed and nfler numerous meet
ings, decided to hold this general niceil-
lng, nnd notlcvs to this inect wciu
mailed to over 3U0 citizens
The lommlllcei leroiuniciids that n
corporation bo formed at onto tor thu
purpustt of acquiring tho properly
known ns Waolunl Valley, thereon to
ncct n suitable club house nnd Instl-
tgte such Improvements ns mny ho
ncicrsary and proper in thu conduct of
such n country ilub. Wu believe Hint
Die corporation should lie cipiutlzi'd
nt $I5,0ui) with thn prlvllrgo of cxleu
tiloii to $50,000 and that siittablo by
laws nnd ruliH should be adopted for
tho govtrnmillt of same, Tho neces
sary form for Incorporation has been
drafted uud Is ready for approval. Tv.n
hundred and thirty-nine prospective
(dime holders huvn subscribed for 512
fcharci umoiintlng to $I3.MI. The com
mittee recommends that the dueii for i.t
least six months bu $3 per member
nnd that such dues commence from
May 1st, next.
It Is expected that the subscriptions
for stork can be hi ought up lo $14,000
nnd thai the reillzallons from month
ly iluoii will amount to at least $2000
by August 1st next. It therefore rec
ommends that n proposition bn Immed
iately Bubmltted to the owners of Urn
piopcrly, thut on September 1st not
.. ...til ....... 1. ...... ,1. ..........(. ... tQt-
000 pa, lug $0,000 cash, allqwing $18.000
Hi remnlii n n mortcnen for not e&s
to remain ns it mortgage for not less
than G j ear b, bearing interest nt ft per
cent per an num. The probable month
ly expense would ho;
Itcnt or Interest $ 7S
Labor .... lOO
Livestock feed, etc.
Insurance, and icp.ilrx ,,... 23
Lighting anil Ico 20
Inildentals ' 80
Kstlmatlng tho stock subscriptions
$11,000 and the accumulation of dues
$2000 wo o-itliiiute thi cost of Improve
ments nmi expenditures tor capital Re
count, as follows:
Stock subscriptions $14,000
Accumulation of dues 2,000
Paymont on account of purchase ,
CluhhoiiRcand outbuildings ....
Furniture, nnd eiiiljitneiit
Clearing unci lnlng out grounds
Iloada nnd walks 1,000
Water development ftOO
J 1 5,000
Surplus $ COO
As eovcrnt prospective purchasers of
lots have inquired foj data concerning
same, the lommlttcc feels that n debt
of $lR,rpOO would not be omul a heavy
The following ohlccrs were elected!
President, li. I-'. Illshop; flist vlio prns
ident, .1 P. Cooke: seiond Nice presi
dent, 0. P. Wilder; secretary, C J
Hutdilns; tiensurer, J 0. Young nitd
llor. Wade Wnrron Thnjcrj directors
C. S. Ilollowriy, K, It. Adams, Hr. U. U
High, J I). Mclnerny.
Thn chnlr -tppolntcit .1. 11 (lalt, W
W. Thner nnd I J. II, .McCtannhan
commllteo on by-laws, flic by-laws lo
be prlnlid and distributed to memher4
previous to a meeting to he called fur
the adoption of snnie.
J. 1). Mclnerny read a resolution ask
ing the Itnpld Transit company Hi In
tlull n lu-inlnnte car stnlco.
The lneetlng then ndjuurui'd
Contrary to reports tho sporting
goods houre of Woods ft Sheldon will
not retire from business A deal W n:t
loot to make a change In the firm nnd
the prospects the tlut they will oxlend
Some of the leading sporting good
agencies will be. arranged for 'I hern
Is ample room for such an establish
ment in this country and the fuliiio
outtqok Is bright.
Entered for Record Apr. 5, 190S,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
It Makn and wf to.Luka K l.umllnnl I)
Wm Henry nnd wf to M I. Low ...I)
i: Colt Hohroii to C II llelllnn ..ltd
Knnemakua to J M Kc-nlohn ItelCur
Linninllno M Magoon nnd hsb to
Hlchnrd 8 Kelly , .. . ..D
Wal nlieo Itaronnba and lish to John
II I)'Almcldn.i , M
Entered for Record Apr. 6, 1906,
From 0 a: m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mnntiel Sllva nnd wf lo Carollno Me-
uclros i". I)
Recorded March 27, 1906.
William It Castui'nnd wf to Mattlc
P (lirraril: I): btk 4. Onu. etc. Hoiiolii-
In; JSOO. l 2ts, p 311. Dated Mnr
KalaweaumnU'u'nn'd wf et nl to Jo-
I jus Christ ChureJi of Latter Dny Saints
Tr or: I); nor KT fiW. Kill 918, Punch
'bow I St, Hoiiolnju; $1500. II 278, p
a.13. Dated Alar 2i, ltiOfi,
MetroiHillH Tr A Savgs llanlc In Kma
Ha (! Martin (widow); ltd; por lots
3 and I, lilk 3, btdgs, etc, Puuntil tract,
Honolulu: $511.50. II 279, p 83. Dot
od I'cl 28, 1900.
Wist & llawn Invstmt Co Ltd to
Win Lnn; Par ltli prc-nilsiM and lease
bold, Paunhl St: Honolulu; $2000. II
279. p SI. Dated Mar 2C, 19m;.
.Miller Candy Co to W T Lucas tr;
Tr Sola; lease holiK bonis nrcts. fix
tures, etc, $1. II 281, p 73. Dated Jan
Helen V. Carpenter ,hy ntty to Hinma
M Nakiilna; ltd; pnr II P 2388, Kallhl
wnena, Honolulu, It P'R 7232 nnd 737ft,
Mnpulehu, etc. Molokal; $2000. II 279,
p 83. Dated Tcli 1ft, "1900.
IMw II K Woller tr to II II Taylor;
Ilel; pc land, Wnlklkl, Honolulu; $2(K).
11 279. p 8S. Dated Toll 21, 1903.
I, 1' Alvaroz nnd wf to tlenrgo J
Campbell: 1); lot 9 of Klklhnlu lilk,
Ilerctanla St. Honolulu: 11 G00. II 278,
p 33S. Dated Mnr 1, 100ft.
(iiorxo J Cnmphell nnd wf to I. V
Alvnrez: M; pe land, Klklhnlc, Hono
lulu; $750. II 279, p 80. Dated Mar 1,
Mnry A Leo (widow) to Mull llldg
& Loan Snc-y of Hawaii Ltd; M; lots
13, II, IS and 1ft, till: 2. Knpahulii
tract, Honolulu; I0(i0. II 279, p 88,
Dated Mar 20, 190C.
I.tim I.au Sec to Yuen Bco San et
nl; L; pc land". Mollllll. Honolulu: S
rs nt $300 per annum, II 283, p 101.
Dated Mar 22, 1900.
I, I Alvarez to Itlrhnrd II Tror;
PA- spcctnl liowvrs. 11 2S I, p ,-t. Dot-
ed reti io, lunn,
1 '' i ,f Is'omoWnl'
Lnl '" "rHSIWJ 3(1,9 nnd 1508. OlllOkaa,
S Knnn. Hawaii: $15.
II 278, p 332.
Dated Jan 23, 190(1.
JAG CURE POPULAR.
Dcs Moines, I.i, March 20. So popu
lar has thn Stale Inebriate Hospital,
opened only u low weeks iigo. becomu
i'thnt It Is Already full to (ivcrilowlng
anil mo uoarii or conirpl iins ordetcd
Hint no more innilldates for the "jag
euro" shall bo received until vacancies
occur. In consequence, there has gono
up from every village and hamlet a
wild cry of utigiiUh, for' the Inchrlaey
law lias been tho delight of Iowa drunk
nrd3. llcasonlng that it waB Just, as cheap
to cure a man of the drink habit ns to
keep him In Jail, tho legislators provid
ed for tho hospital. As fust ns drunk
aids nupUed Uiey were but lied lo
baths, provided Vith new clothing and
assigned to pleasant work. When they
icit lliey wero cured, they were dls
1,0001 Tho present overcrowding Js duo to
2,0001110 return of most of Hip former in-
mates, who hnva come hack to be cured
again. All declare they will stnud by
(lie grand old commonwealth to the
end, mid o long ns she cures them they
will wiestlo with the demon rum,
Evening Pulletln, 755 per month.
AUTO STANDING MARCH 5
Co. D, N, G. H.iiHlld'i if, 1.27235
Admiral Geo. C. Beckley E09960
8t. Louis College Alumni Asm. 144612
Jpdge A. N. Kepolkal 122126
Diamond Head Athletic Club .. 38225
Llhue Kegel club i... 33473
Mrs. LucyiWrlght, Walmea, Ka.
ual .' ',....'. 26134
Thos. C. White, Kealakekua .. 19861
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson ,,,,. 15683
Jas. L. Frlel (Mauna Loa) .... 14248
Leo Lorrlllard Cummins 13937
Aala Club 13279
J. D. McVeigh 10018
JVIIsi Hannah Sheldon, Llhue, Ka-'1
ua , 9549
D. K. Watson ,.. 9123
Jas. Kula, Kauai 6384
S. K. Kamaloplll 5288
Louis H, Miranda 3657
Miss Lucy Kaukau, Lahalna .. 2SG7
Geo. H. Durin, Lahalna 2396
Tommy Kearns , 2307
John Raposo, Llhue Store .... 1605
I. da Braga, Kauai ,, 1500
Chester Irwin 1209
Kalmukl, Walalae, Palolo Impt.
' Club 1200
A. M, Souia 1201
P. N. Kahnkuoluna (Pala, Maul) 800
Sam Chonn 793
J. Rodrlnues 377
Court Camoas, A. O. F 1G7
W. J, Harvey, 66; E. Schareh, 12;
Miss C. Gomes, 3; Hazel Hoffman, 4;
George Gall, 6; V. Jaeobsen, 7;
August Martin, 89; M. Botellho, 62;
Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E, Pe-;
terson, 29; Geo. Caehlcopulos, 31; An
tl-Swear Society, 21; Dr, K, Yanagl.
hara, Kauai, 9; Miss Mary Gon
sales, 20; Chang D. Yen, II;
Henry Hogan, 15; Jerry Burnlngham,
10' M. Olevlero, 10; Capt. Gregory, 7;
Miss Edna Agau, 17; C, A. Sam, 46;
MIjc Eva McLean, 7: Chief Thurston!
6; F. Boyer, 6; M.Munlz, 9; E. 8. Kong
4; A Gomez, 4; Geo. Chronls, 9; Rox
Hitchcock, 9; Miss H. M. Machado, 1;
Geo. Porflrlo, 1: Mary Cafa, 1; Miss
Motile Atolau, 27; Henry B. Ryan, 1;
John Kcaloha, 8; Burnette Brown. 1;
Jockey McAulltfe, 1; Angctlne Sllva,
I; Joe Medelros, 6; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Kang Simpson, 3; Miss Kate Wood
ward, 6; Mrs. M. M. Machado, f; Mrs.
A, O. Rosa, 1 Mary Gouvela, 1; A.
Fcrrsndez, 4; Miss Kate Farrell, 1;
Adeline Medelros, 1; A. I. Sllva, 1;
Ain't Nelson, 1; Aug. Comes. 1; Hulda
Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, i;
Lusltana Dancing Club, I; John Jo
slab, 1; Miss Phllomena Perry, 1;
Fritz Van Der Lelne (Koloa), 1; Mlsl
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2;
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jaeobsen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Josa
J. Roka, 1; Miss Alice Weight, 1; C.
8ulllvan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H, T,
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1) Manl, Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Miss M, A. Larsen, 1; Dr. 8. Jaeger, 1;,
Gertrude McCann, G;. J, P, Scully,
4; Ralph Kahn, 14; H. Sil
ver, 3; 8. A. Deel, Ewa, 3; J. H,
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. De Fries, 2; May
Gutsefeld, 2; Kohala Club, 2; I. 8.
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; Cmll Llnderman, Ko
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club,i7; Carl
Nelper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; Bill
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, C; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Valter Mac
farlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Fritz Fredenberg, 1; H. A. Franson,
2; Louis 8. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, '1;
M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelros, 1; J.
M. Perry, 1JF. W. Klebahn. 1; J. D. Mc
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T,
Schmidt, 1; Malte Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J. E, Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
Keokl Isenberg, 1; H. S. Ward, 1!
Miss Katal Waiau, 170; L. Freltas, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Loulo Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3i B.
M. Sumner, 1; Harry 8. Gray, 10; J.
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Ernest Munlz, 7; Manuel Mu
nlz, 1; Walter Dillingham, 1;
Lum Chlng, 1; R. A, Lucas, 1; John
Perrlardo, 1; Louis Vincent, 12; Manl.
Kakasupa, 1i freddy Rodrlgues, 1;
Chinese Athletic Club, 1; Jno. Botell
ho, 1; Milt Mary Vincent, 1; Jim Vler.
ra, 1; Miss Mary Gouvela, 4; F. G.
Machado, 1; Billy Hellbron, 1; Miss
Viva Olds, 2; Jerry Burnlngham, 2;
Joe Tata, 1; Mist Helen Glllius, 1;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 1; Richard Buhler, 2;
Jane Kalanal, 1; Chong Mee Hlng, 2;
Polly Kalana, IS W. J. Harvey, 2;
Paul Weinholz.'l; Henry Hogan, 9;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 2; Mrs. A, Fernandez,
1; Miss Prlscllla Charmen, 10; Miss
Hazel Hoffman, 5; Mary Qulntel, 1;
Mrs. J, M. Theotonia, i; Morris An
trod, 1; Dr. McCall, Kahuku, 1; E. 8.
Kong, 7; C. Schwartz, 2; Miss Bessie
Boyd, 2; Julia Dlas, 1; Royal School,
1; Henry B. Ryan, 1; Tom Farrell, 1;
Mrt. Mary Farrell, 1; Jas. MeAullffe,
2; Lum Chlng, 1; Edna Akau, 5, Scat
Mlis ICato I bhall refer jou to mam
mn beforo giving jou u iluul nusner. '
Mr, V!e I'fii poiritly willing to
lake, you without any reference. Mull
Pieshtcnt Itejcs of Columbia wears
his mnstaelio n la Knijieror William
inul does various other things to Indi
um- that no la boss ilouti lliern. Clil
The $5oo Ocean Yacht
The Beautiful White Rock Golf Cup
The BULLETIN'S S2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $1400 Reo Touring Car; a
$350 Kroeger Piano;
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; a Sewing Ma
chine; a Store Order; a Winchester Rifle; a'set
of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Developing Machine.
The winner of the ocean race cud will .demonstrate the skill of his
crew and the fine model of, his yacht; tho winner of the golf trophy will te.
cure the prize by aood nlaylna and steady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Bulletin's Touring Car, will be
estaclisn the reputation or the winner lor the next tweniy-iive years. Every
one still remembers that Capt, 8lmerson of the Island fleet, won The Bulle
tin's Binoculars; that Jim Gorman won the diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won the Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all these prizes put together do
not eaual In value the first Drlze In the present contest the Snlendld Reo.
This Is not only a business enterprise
opportunity presented to, the people of
ers are entitled to votes wnien may ne
the first prize it a Reo Touring car complete. The neo it the
1906 ttandard of Utilized Power: 16 horcepower. 1500 pounds, station five
people, speed 35 miles per hour, price
E. Olds, the foremost designer and builder or gasoline motor cars in the
United 8tates. The Von Hamm-Young Co. It agent for, this car, and their ex.
perlence with many makes of autos is a sufficient guarantee that they will
not handle any but high-grade SUCCE83rUL automobiles.
THE 8ECOND PRIZE Is a handsome Kroeger Piano, from the well
known Island firm. The Berastrom Music Co., who have handled this make
of piano since 1895, and hundreds of
to Its fine tone, cpienaid woncmansnip and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE It a 5000 Insurance Policy Issued by the Con
tinental Casualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co. are the
FOURTH PRIZE Is a Sliver Punc'ibowl from the Jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Fort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A S-IO Store Order, Issued by The Bulletin Publishing
sixth prize A Domestic 8ewinrj Machine from The Von Hamm
8EVENTH PRIZE A. B. G. I. 8olo Leather Golf Bag and a set of Willis
Parke clubs, from the sporting goods department of E. O. Hall & Son.
EIGHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rifle from the sporting goods
store of Woodt & Sheldon.
NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Dole Leather Suit Cace from The Von
TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Developing Machine from the Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co.
These ten prlzet are the hlah-water mark of merit, value, tone and use
fulness In the Territory of Hawaii. The winning of them It a question of
votes and the votes may be had under the following conditions:
Rules of the Contest
The contest opened Thursday, February 1, and will close at G o'clock p.
m. June 16, 1006. t '
WHO MAY ENTER. ,
Anyone may enter except persona ttr anyone. In Jh Immediate family of
person In the regular employ of Tho Bulletin Ff,ub. Co., Ltd., , ,
During this contest a new subscriber vvl! bs Understood to be. any per
son who has not, been regularly served with The Dally or Weekly Bulletin
for thirty dayt prior to February 1, 1930. Transfers from one member of a
household to another will not be allowed, and all, names handed In as NEW
mutt be subject to Investigation beforo votes are allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT.
The final count will be made by three Judges, selected from among those
having no Interest In The Bulletin and no active IntereaJ In any one of tha
candidates. The vote will be announced, by the'Judges and the prizes award
ed according to their findings, there belnn NO APPEAL. Subscrlotlon ac
counts and everything pertaining to the contest will be open to their Inspection.
NO TRAN8FER OF VOTES.
Only one name can be written on anv ballot, and trantfert of votet
from one candidate to another will not bo allowed.
Schedule of Vote Credits
In every copy of tho paper there will be printed a coupon which being
properly filled out with the name of the party for whom It jt desired to vote
and deposited with Tho Evening Bulletin WITHIN 3 WEEKS AFTER
THE DAY OF IS8UE, will be credited' as ONE VOTE. Additional voto
crcons win ae auowca as ioiiowi;
For each NEW SUBSCRIBER
The Evening Bulletin within a period
oi r-enruary, rjuon paid cash in advance, credits will be allowed, at fol
Dally 1 year
Dally, 6 months
Dally, 3 months
Dally, 1 month
Weekly, 1 year
Weekly, 6 months
Cash payments on all other subscriptions, either payments In advance
or on account of arrears, wilt receive vote coupons when payment Is made,
BUT NO VOTES WILL BE CREDITED UPON SUMS LESS THAN 50c.
In other words, votet will be credited for cash payments on regular sub
scriptions at follows:
Dally, 1 year ,'....',$8.00 3000
Dally, 6 months , J'...'.i.400 1200
Dally, 3 months .V...V. 2.00 600 '
Dally. 1 month .75 200
Weekly, 1 year
Weekly, 6 months
TODAY It the day to get In; the first count will be announced Thurs
day. February 8. 1006.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Huvo nil Other Plnvorn Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
mEPHCMNE MAIN 7t
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kindt.
941 NUUAHU STREET.
Tel. Main 2C6. p. O, Box 945
a $5000 Insurance
a. test of personal popularity that will
of The Bulletlp's, but Is a splendid
Hawaii. Both old and new subscrib
turned in ior any person tne nomer
Sl - lOO. Invented and built by R.
oeople In the Territory bear testimony
a , ' .".u,. U. ;.. ',.
who hat not been renularlv served with
of thirty dayt prior to the first day
A large consignment of well-season,
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU STREET. () '
P. O. BOX 999.