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depose nml n.o. Tlml tho following
Is a true nml enrrect statement of clr
mini Ion for the weel, ending April
13th, 1906, of the Dull ami Weekly
IMIIIiiih of tho Hvcnlng llullctin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Apr. 7 2430
Monday, Apr. 3 2176
Tuesday, Apr. 10 2178
Thursday, Apr. 12 2206
Friaay, Apr. 13 2184
Average daily circulation . . 2222
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Apr. 10. 1906 2375
Number of Weckliet delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone ...1063
Combined guaranteed average clr.
culation ... irl)7
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ISKAI-I April, A I) IfiOfi.
P. II. UlIlNirTTi:,
Nolnry Public. 1'lrnt Judicial Circuit.
APRIL 10. l'J0
Sen.iioi Dcpeiv KllJ.ih Doule mm
Tom I'l.itt noiihl nuke a perfe t com
imin 1 1 of the miter lh.it lutes eom-
When the local Hulvntlon Army pro
poses to lake care of Hawaii's prison
rs sonic Cjiuit will he cr)lng out
Mgulust the lc of workmen loi public
Benin's king mlKht reply thntothcis
retain nsrii-odus of character In office,
anil piulso them, why Hhoulil he then
ho wiucnmWh about holding onto those
Mho do minder outright.
The marksmanship of our Navy is
the bett In the world, though aeclilPiitu
like that flit tin ml 111, Ivf.nrKnrtfP uiti-
gest that It comes IiIkIi. The final hal i
nine will be s'ruck In tho result of tho
first battle, where lives will be saved
by hitting the other fellow speedily
The gist of the whole matter Is that
llrciwu would be Impeached if his cue
mica could pack the (hand Jury nud
tho Hoard of Hiipervtsors at the satno
time. They got a letter through tho
Hoard of Supervisors, but when tin
Doiirco of the letter wns exposed thoie
who Mil od for it wero In a position to
be nbhunied of themselves, hut milur
ally preferred to forgot rather than re
pudiate their acts.
Trcnsurer Campbell sa)s Hawaii nl
leaily him local option nud as he (piutos
Ihe h.w. seems to bo right. The large
illbeiepaiiry between the number of sic
lootm and what :he temperance work
ers hny the people want may ho due
In nn element that signs petitions for
the saloon and then appears In mcuV
Ing to talk of the horrors of drink.
Sur'i things nre not unknown among
tho rank nml file of Hawaii.
WATCHING PUBLIC OPINION IN THE
A ciulet, powerful und Judicial public
common tuite operates lo keep i:..
contending Ameiituu cIimiiiiim lew.
unci Imprcks the conicblaulu that tlin
la ii limit to tne damage the) v.lll be
uiiuweci to no
. this has been brought out on iiioim
fclhaii one occasion It is operating all
ilne time in a vailety of uvenues, but
3juit now comes iMitleiilarl) lo Uih
!iioul in the btruggle between cttpll.ti
and labor this uudcicuiieut of pub
lic opinion hus no s)iupath) with llix
Triibi that dcatioju luiliviuuulily and
gt luds clown the laboring man. 'llic
. syiuiialliy Is no stiouger tor the labor
filug man win n he i cuius nn eiiuall)
Sdutntoil.il plane with Ills eneni), the
f, This middle of the ruad teutliueul i
jipciiiuciitl) siiggeiitcd in the latest tln-
uncial letter ui the banking buiiw m
i Henry Clews k. Co of New ork. Aftnr
i remarking the ctleel ot tno lliieatened
coal strike un moiietiii) euudltlons th4
I report ta)s. 'I'losiicets of tho coal
Iciisiu arc veiy much uiixul Coudi
' lions i.ecm uufavuiablu fur tlui mlu
. ens, liiasimieh us theio is a laruu stock
o coal on Hum!, and it is asMitid that
as a class they are already mut.li lict
H tcr on thuu usual, and that tiado eon
7 ditlous do not w amino a further ad
Mince In wages, 'Ihu dispute, how over,
lu still In a critical stale, and while tbei
probabilities favor some Mirt of cum
promlbo tno outcome Is still umcilulii
Mr. Mitchell secincd anxious to uvoiil
mi open rupture, yet It wnb dlllleull ui
tee how uu could du su without u back
downsomething which, as a matin
of piestlgc ho could Beared) alToid
4 "A stiikn at this tlmo U espn.'Iall)
unfortunate, hecuut.0 of Its erred upon
an over-bensltlve und suiunnhut h)i-
. iwnui ihiuiil upuuuu, eouiiuiieb tuu
tlrcular "The latter Is considerately
Incused nt Hie abuses of both org.in
zed iiipilnl a i, I organized I ibor ami It
itallzt that .1 ti oncc8lons to the lat
tcr miift ic nli In nn Increased pricn
for a lommoillt which Is alieaily sell
ing at abunrm.ill) high figures."
Clews of course speaks from tin
standpoint of the capitalist A circular
sent out li ii representative labor or
ganization would hold that conies
sluim to the opurulom would hrliM
about the higher prices to the (onsuiu
cr as mil as lower wages to the work-
man rlhe opposing sides would agree,
however, on the state of public upluluu
differing only no to cnutu .
The demand of the people not In tho
fr.i. the consumers who hac to pay
the bills, t tho coiilrolllnir oowef.
Clews remnrks tint It Is iHlte evident
mat a pioiongeil tupluto between cap
Ital and labor at this time would no
c climate the public demand for flov
eminent Interference a policy fioin
which. In the end. organized labor
would suffer Just as much as organized
'iipil'tl Here again wc hae an ex
hibition of the fear of tiolh sides that
Ihe in i get out of touch with th
spirit of the people and bring about a
sentiment that will dcih.: a plngu
on Ijolli houses.
It is foil to hold that wp arc com
plete! In the grip of the labor trutux
or Hie money trusts when these and
others like them find It neccssar) to
keep their ear to the ground In order
that the i.i.i sticrccd. There Is much
lint is nrhiliar) and high handed In
the doings of these great powers repit
renting millions lif money and thou
c.iuds of men l'lnall, however, lli
line all to answer at the bar of public
opinion, which is long suffering, hut
wlii-n It mom, exercises a power
w nun none can gains.!.
WHAT DOES HAWAII DOT
l.'dllor livening llullctin. May J
ask If an) thing Is being done for the
starving million In Northern Japan,
by either the Japanese or the whlto
icople of tiles') Islands? If theio 1
not. IJieg to say. It Is u shame and a
dltgraco that bo favored n people as
we are, should eland Idly li and scu
these suffering pcuplo jierlsh ulincut
befoic our ees, while all the worll
lecls compusslon and Is doing some
thing to rellce their suffering
1 notice that la New York they nru
finite alhe lo this tenible calamity
and nre rending two thousand tons of
provisions, while wo who arc near h,
und far more interested In Ihe Japan
ese, are priu llenlly doing nothing.
I am sending ou a iiitiing whlcb
All! show ou what the are doing In
olhei places to sine thce unfortun.ile
people from Impending death, and suf
ferings too hoplble to mention.
Yours tcry liuly,
NliWS OF WAHIAWA
nieele. Knual. Airll 11. O. V. Ma
bono formerl conueited with the Ma
l.nwcll stoic and later with Thro. II
Ualci & Co.. lias nun taken the man
ugpinciit of Mr. J. I. Sllvu's merrautll"
-Mr. Can.Ulio will still remain In tli
,:l"-lc "' llK formerly,
l)r (leorgp lluddv left testerd.iv for
Honolulu, nf tcr hating hud u busy tlmo
Jt i:ieele After a few da)s' stay lu
tow n. he hns promised to be bad; here
und attend to awaiting patients.
Tho llleele harbor looks businesslike.
Willi three lumber, coal, and electric
maeninery laden tailing vetecls and
tne liilcr-lsland boats calling and de
parting regularly one enn lust Imnir.
Inc that Admiral Whltllngton must bo
Keeping things n whooping
Walter I). Mcllrjilc cumc back Inst
rrlday.froin Honolulu whither he had
uccom.n.iiilcd hls mother. Mrs. U A.
.Mellryde the week before. Mrs. Mu
Ur)dp while ut Wah law a for a two
weeks' stay wi.s taken all over Ilia
plantation by .Manager Ktodart It
must bo gralif)lng to her to know tint
when she left Wahlaw.i years ago for
a trip abroad the place was then only
nn Immense ranch, mid now on her
leturn finds it n vast sugar estate.
Tho Paris Academy of Medicine of
fern a prlro every year for tho dlscov-
Tho Church of Knglmid has au In
come of 75,000,000 a )car
V 4Wi".Htn(w nul9lA
Vi '. .T0CX DHD InCKtRI,
Furnished Houte, Dcretanla
Street; 4 bedrooms: pos-
session May 1, 1906 $50.00
No. 12-10 Klnau St 25,00
Lunalilo Street 5o!oO
Waikikl Deach 10.00
Emma Street !t().00
Qandall Lane iJ5,00
Collepe Hills J55.00
Youii0 Street IwioO
A Chance for Investors
For a few days only, wc will offer
a O't net Investment ...S7r.nn.nn
Trast Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
ENDFAVtR UNION A.V.ONQ
Y0U0 l0PLK OF MAUI
PRELIMINARY MEETING GIVES
GREAT PROMISE OF FUTURE
(tpcclnl In Th nulUtln)
Wnlliiku. Jl ml. April II. On last
Kutul.iy cvcnlnc tho members of tlw
Liiiini t'hurcli and Kahuumanu Chureti
met at the latter for the purpose of or
ganizing a Union Christian llndcnwir
tfuclet) After considerable effort tho
members of the different churches wero
unnbltt to come to nn agreement,, su
the meeting was postponed until
'ihiirid.t evening, April 12th, nt which
tliuo the) again met nud without any
friction whatever the I'ulon wni
formed, both llevs Dodge and Nua be
ing prc3cul and euh was full) In it"
eoiil with the work which was under
consideration and did much to render
ino meeting n success.
After Ihe new membcrshln wns
formed the Christian Endeavor Constl-
ill ion was adopted and the fo low In
olllecrs were elected for the mailing
W. I'. Crockett, president. Mr IV-
rlcs. lcc picsir.cnt. W. I. Similes, tec
rctary. Miss KntlJ Habb, correspond
ing ruerctnry, .Mrs W. 12. a.ilTerv.
treasurer; ltev. Dodge, ehnlrmnii of
pnicr meeting committee, .Miss llmlly
Hal. chair man of musical loimniiinn.
.Mr. A. Douse, chairman of lookout com.
inlllrc. Sir Knott, chairman of social
coin in 1 1 ice.
It was unanimously decided that any
olfleer who failed to discharge the du
ties of his olllce for two consecutive
inernngs wiiiioul giving n reasonable!
ixcine, siioiilil. by the cxcetitho com
mntce lie removed from olllce. All oe
ino mcvtiugR are to be held at the Kn
hiiununii church, and all persons nru
coruiaiiy inviieii to attend.
UNDER OATH THAT
lie Refused a Drink
Ihe trial of the case of David l.aetno
nnu Alex. Nicholas, charged with
gambling began bcluro Judge Do Holt
tins morning, county Attorney Don-
tiutt toticiueied tho piosccunoii, while
Jiulgo llcnr appealed for the defend
ants. The better part of the foienoon
was sjient lu gelling a lurs. The oros
ccutlon seemed anxious not lo have H.i-
waiuins on the jury, whllo the defense
biiuwcit a temtcucy to weed out Jurors
with u "inlwioiiury" cut in tin lr nb.
M. -Melton A) res, the Advertiser re-
poitei. was the nrst witness called.
ic said mat ho and Ilugcnc Duvau
chclle had visited tno house of one
I hillji ICIvci-h lu Kukiinko on Saturday
night ut 111 o'clock. As they iipprnachcr
me House n nuiubcr of people, prin
cipally Hawaiian, left It. In Ihe par
Ici the) loiind lllvers, Nicholas, Luelat
und soiiio Hnwallans. ltlvers, who was
iiittiruiiy biirprlsed at seeing tho fas
tidious A) res In such a low ipiartcr of
the clt), asked him If he was a police
oiuccr. nun ir tic had u search war
rant. Ayics said he had not. Medi
ums told A)ics that there hud been u
game In the iiuusv nud that he had
won ncurl) luu. Ho also Invited tho
witness to have a drink, but the olfcr
Tho nrrhal of the Calterlna Accnnio
relieves the cement famine, which has
been on ror some weekH past, ami will
enable the contractor!) to go ahead on
sovcrnl of the prominent IhiIIiIIiu-h
hero. Including St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. After discharging curgo tho Ac
fame snllH for Portland, Oregon, to
load for Europe.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
Your Easter Costume
will not be complete
without one of our stunning
They have Juit arrived and certainly
are beauties. You will find a larne
assortment to choose from, comprl'lng
many Dresden Silk effecto, White and
Colored Linens, White Silk with fancy
borders, and Pongees,
PRICES, SI .50 TO S7.50 CA.
We have Juot received a limited as
Forsythe Shirt Waists
cut In the latest Eastern styles and
made of the newest walitlngs,
WHITE MADRAS, S3.75 EA.
STRIPED MADRAS, aitorted
colors, S3.75 EA.
WHITE LINEN, S5.50 EA.
nVENlNO IIUt.LUTlN. HONOLULU, T. II.. MONIUY.
People and Things
STRENGTH IN VERSATILITY.
Ready Knowledge of Many Things
Meant the Success of the News
"Though I think It Is true, as wnB
pointed out In n former nrtlclc, that
newspaper reporting hns reached n
higher development In New York than
elsowhere, probably nlnc-tcnths of tho
beat newspaper men In tho metropolis,'
came from tho smaller ellles. whcrol
they received nn nil around training
diniuilt to scurc on a grcnt Journal.
On n small newspaper, with n restrict
ed Etarr, specialization, whlrh doesn't
make a good icporlers, cannot exist.
An nblo man plnys nil parts--tho best
of schooling for his later work on a
New York paper which will demand
that he turn nut an intelligent and In
tel citing story nbout any one of n
thousand varieties of news. A good
reporter must have a vast amount of.
supciflclnl knowledge, It It at onto
his greatest strength and his greatest
"HeportcrH of Today." by Hmtley
Davis, In ICvcr) bodj's Magazine for
Tho March 'Arena" contains a not-
nblo conversation with David llrnham
Phillips on tho Atncrli.in plutocracy.
In It the brilliant )ouug novelist nml
cssiolst deals 'n the direct ntul succinct
manner for which he is Justl) famous
with Tho Menace of Pluloc racy " Mr.
Phillips Is n gr.icluitc of I'rlntrton and
for several years was an editorial wili
er on the New York Sun and World,
before his great success as n novelist
and as n special Journalistic' writer
made his contributions pngerly sought
by magiilne editors and book publish
ers. Ills romnnrcr, "tlolden I'leece."
"Thn Cent, rho Plum-Trpo" nml
"The Deluge." have cnji)ed rnormoiit
snles and he Is one of Hie moil popular
novelists of the dny. lie U n sturd:'
drmoerat, using tho term lu Its broad
slgnlnrnltnn, nnd rcg.tr.b v.lth tho
gravest apprehension the rapid en
trenchments of corrupt and privileged
wealth and Its Imlliitlng Inlliicncc It.
Congress and other departments ol
govcrnmeiiL In the March "Arena"
Mr. Phillips appears at his best, and
It Is n discussion that should be widely
read now that tho American people aro
nwnkltig to u realization of the grnvo
danger that menaces the Itepublle A
charming character sketch by "Mr.
I"lovcr pretcdes the conversation.
Among other notnblc features of the
March "Arena" aro ".Main Currents of
Thought In thv 'Nineteenth Century. '
by Professor Hubert T Kcrlln. A. At.;
"The Trust Kvll as Illustrated by tho
amcuci-iriikt.' by Hon. J. Warner
Mills; "Tho Mnreh of Dlrect-I.egiila-
lion," by Kitwtcel I'omcroy. A. M.
President of the Nntlomil Dlrr.i.t.cL-li
Intlon l-oagufi; and an cxtcndeil edi
torial on "Our Most Dangerous Clns.
Its .Method of Procedure and How O
Threatens Kree Institutions," written
in .Mr I lowers most v gorous mid In-
clslvo manner Thero uro several oth
er attractive fciturri, Including a cap
ital story b) Wilmatto Portor Coeker
cll. and n number of lino Illustrations
"The Arena" has taken Its old nlace
ns the leader of tho liberal and pro
gressive reviews or America
Habeas Co pus Writ
A rather sensational habeas corpus
proceeding was begun today by John
Kiiiih and his wife, Kauohokula, for tho
custody of their uilopled child, l.con
Sterling. Tho petitioners, through their
attorney, Chas. r 1 'demon, In their
petition for a writ of habeas eorniiH
show that they Imvo been, slnto Juno
law, the udoptccl father nnd mother ot
i.con hllrllug, a twelve )eiir old boy,
whobc natural parents mo dead,
It Is shown Hut cm .March ::u. mm:
the boy ran ,it i) from the petitioner's
homo and was, auoullng to tho lufor
miitlou received by tho petitioners. In-
iiured to iio so b) ono John Kn.inil and
Kupo.i, In order Hint they could obtain
tontrol over the child's properly,
which consists of valuable real estuto
In Honolulu to which end they have
now Imprisoned tho boy. It Is ulleged
that Kalml and Kapoa glvo as their
leason for rcsti.ilnlng tho child, that
tho petitioners did not euro for him
Pioperly, hut tills Is denied, and It Is
shown that tho rcsnondeuts bnvu
rhowu no cttjlro of adoption of tho
Judge HohliiMiu this noon Issued a
writ of habeas corpus ugulnst Knlml
and Kn'iu.i directing them to produce
the child before him this afternoon.
In n gnyio of baseball between tho
ChluoBo Aloha Club nud tho JnpnncBO
Alhlelle Club )cstuiday afternoon at
AaU Park, tho seoro was 13 lo 7 lu
favor of tho Chinese. Tho gnmo start
ed ut '1 p. in and wan exciting until
tho finish. A largo crowd was In nt-tcn-lanco.
Following Is a list of tho playorH and
tho stores of each side by Innings:
C A. C V. Aynu, ss; I.o On, 3h;
P. L. Akana. If; (leo. H. Mm (enpt.),
lb: K. Awanii. rf: 0. Aklna. 2b: I..
T, C'hong, ef; James Ho, p; II. K.
J. A. C Hoshlno, ss; Tnburhl. 3b;
.Maiuuiu, If, Mnjesnka. Hi; Buy, rf;
Wnkltn (capt.), 2b; Mnsa. ef: .Mlchl.
pi Morlshlgo, e.
J. A C 202 1) 3000 0 7
0. A. C. .
..U 1 1 o 3 3 3 2 13
APRIL 10, 100C.
TI WITH II
Cruelty Investigation Was
Thought To Be
I IIP K ADAMs AMI vAM
V ' " . A"
JOHNSON'S FLYING WEDGE
PRECINCT DIVISION OF LADOR IS1
APPROVED DY COUNTY COM
There's warm fun In pal 1 1 leu even If
the rraiillH will not lie runny to nil.
Jack l.ticas and 12. It. Adams and
Ham Johnson constitute n fl)lng wedge
In tl p reorganized game ror the fall
elections, icorgnulzed because the lino
up has been changed, ltoad Hupeivl
sor Johnson Is lite nil i of tho wedge
that expects to do somo Independent
things. At present In tho Itcpiihlltan
party thero nro numerous wedges or
strenuous clique updating, not neces
sarily ngalnst each o'her, but pilmar
lly for the glor;- of tho c Ian. This mny
ehnngo before) tho signal for tho real
light to hctlti. The l.urns-Adntns-Johu-son
triumvirate is out for l.tiens nml
Adams mid perhaps (1. W. Smith for
SitpTvlsorti ngaln. In which event Sam
Johnson ma) bo ltoad Supervisor
Now tho Senator Initio bo)8, who
have been accused of tunning n Sun
day school of polities, nro wondering
what the "Hying wedge" Is up lo, while
said wedgo hns been detailing pliketM
to spot tho l.nno scholars at their
Imagine the sensation, then, this
lovely morning, when l.ueiiH, Adams
and Johnson, the "(1) Ing wedge." were
seen, undisguised, entering the sane
turn of County Sheriff llruwn nt t lie po
They wero not under nrrcst lly mi
means. Tho doom wero closed nnd the
populace wns left to wonder.
"They want Kalelopu fired, said
'They want to know whero Ilrown
slntids In rcgnnl lo the rc-nomlnatlon
of I.uciik nnd Ad.tnri," wild nnnthcr.
In the course of events they came
Ccimty Sheriff Ilrown wns seen and
"Polities!" ho exclaimed. "Why, no.
I asked the Hoard of Supervisors to In
vestigate tho clinrges of brutality lu
tho police department nnd tho com
mlttee Is Investigating."
Ilrown referred to tho I'alcnnpa ease
P.ilennpa, If tho morning paper ha.I It
torrcclly. wns scattering his blood nil
over tho police department. Pnlempa
told the llullctin that ho got a slap cm
the wrist or In tho bellow h, or some
thing. Hut this does not explain tho
presence of Johnson nt tho Invcstlga
Hon of tho nlleged brutality.
llro.vn Mughcd when ho disclaimed
any political ntmosphero to tho ni'-et
lug. Tho idea may have struck him
It has been slated by n big thief that
Adams, I.uvas und Johnson had told
Ilrown that they would not pledge
their support to an) body ut the pies
Sum Johnson, ll Is reported, liar
passed the word thai ro.ul cmplo.u
less bo notllled 1.) him. Needless to re -
mark tills leport does not como fio.n
miisi ii3i citenil piecluct meetings un-
'Ihcie Is much tall, today ubout tho
cxecullvo meeting of the County I'tim-
mittco Kiiiurday evening, when C'h.is
llusl.iee. Jt , made cetlalti blntcmeuti
in thu nature of ihurst-h against I.iuhs
ami AitaniH and v. T. P. Wnttrhoiijo
and Sam Jolinsou, deals lu Ihe mallei
of taking off sth precinct men and put
ling Ulli piecluct men to work on tho
Atewn ciuuriy. 'ihu tomiiiltlco ap
proved tho Idea of .living nil pieclncH
a t h into und the thiugcs seemed more
the icsult of a misunderstanding than
till) thing else.
Tho Uth precinct, according lo tho
apuruved method of dividing labor, was
entitled to forty men tu work In the
ipiarr). whereas but tw cut) -two turn
hud been given work, so there vvun lit
tle or no room for a kick.
Incidentally Charles Aehl wanted to
talk and Jim (Jiilnu said ho was a
traitor to Ihu party, vvhereiiiion Ihu
committee snulTcd out the threatened
.Miss Kllzihctli W. Jewel it. daugh
ter of tho captain of tho hark Nuiiaini.
and .Mr Alfred .Mooie, of the table of
lleo, will be mairled this evtnlng ut
8. SO o'clock nt HI Andlovv's Catheilial,
lllHhop Hestarlek olllclatlng, .Mr Mill
mini .Maclutyre will bo groomsman
and .Miss Kiorcnco Hell will nerve a,t
maid or honor. Tho honeymoon will
bo spent at the Volcano,
Monda). April 1(1,
Am. hi.. W. II. Kllnt, Hansen, IS
duya from San KiantUto, gen. mdte. lo
Alexander & Ilnldwln, Ltd , 3 p. m.
The bulk W. II. Kllnt, from Han
Francisco with general cargo foi Ho
nolulu and Jlakawull, airlvcd lu port
about 3 o'clock this afternoon.
"Hstelle, that Is an nhotnlnnhly look
ed sleiik. You can rook better thnn
hat." "Oh, Inn mother," oposlulntod
the )oung wile, 'If I cook my best,
Hnicdil will oat 't and there will ho
noming leu over for eioyuettes and
things." .Mlniieapolls Tilbunu.
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. OET THE UEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKELPLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for DccoralinR
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chc.sls
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECV .1JM IHE TACTOHY. BULL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STRr.ET8.
We are paying special attention
nnd In our fully equipped premises
L turn out the best of work.
We make a specialty of palntlnq vehicles and guarantee that alt
work entrusted to us will be executed in first-class chape and at mod
The building of wagons, drays nnd carriages lo alio undertaken by
us and this department Is supervised by expert carriagemen.
CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPT., Queen St., bet. Tort and Alakca SU.
g fj3jtCTtftT(Wtrflfq' fVWA-rJjnw
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship your
goods .md save you money.
Dealer in STOVIi WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
The Mariiiiardls ure having u rojal
tlmo lu Honolulu Tor them there hi
no I'lntu like Honolulu. The tllwnc,
they mi), is now more rcfit-shlng Ihaii .
during tlit lr loimer visits lu 1M)1 and t
1001, lu which )cars they pla)cd heml
Tho .Murcpiardts hnvo not seen nn)
inoicjultoes, they wiy. They also say I
that IIciiiolulu Is bigger, music all), now!
lhati when the) llrsl eutuied here
Tl'olr program for Thursday night la,
1. Harp Holo, "ChnutH Scraphhiurn"
1 - bu"K'" " 41"1':. 'V',-V ',','
lb ' "" !,'' ""fll
Miss DriiKllln Marx.
I. Violin alone, "Prelude and rug
6. Il:up Holo, l'antaule "Homo Sweet
i. Violin und Piano:
(a) WriiiniT'H Prlz" Hour"
from "Tho Mi8terpleceK" ..
Wlllielmg Wngnc r
(b) "Spliinlng Wheel"... .I.oilu
7. Volie.Hnrp nnd Violin, "Ao Mn-
S. V.ulln and Harp:
(n) "Nocturno" Chopi'i
(b) "Hobbling Spring". Kauict
ytiu. W. I.. Whltnc) presldcH at the
KeiilH are now on sale nt Wall, Nlth
Tho DUQINES3 MAN'S HANDY IN.
DEX, published In the Saturday Dullc
tin and the Weekly Edition, nlvea a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate trantactlons. Evening Bulletin,
75d Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
Notice Is hereliy giv.-u thai permliB
ror butnlug blush duilug the peilnd
of special llu- danger, running hIk
montliH f i inn March "III, linn;, op ihe
land of Wnhlawn, Hlslilct or Walaliia,
mini now be obtained Horn Mr. II) run
O. Claik, liifctcad of Mi. A. M Now ell
Acting Hiipeilntendent or Koiestty
and Chief i'lio Wniclen.
Honolulu T. II., April 10, 1SCC.
M. 8. lloiclho hns iilttl nn appllc.i
Hon for tl 5th tlass Ihiimr license at
Kalnehe, llamnkua. Huwall. Anv m,
test. ngaliikt the Issuanre of this i
..un.- riniuiii no iiieii in huh (lima by
.Monda). April .in, KiOfi.
A J. CAMIM1IM I
Treasuier Tenltoiy of Huwull
Tieasuiefs Oiileo, Honolulu Ap.lltwo'h""' ih, Halelwa U"
13, lauti. "",.,')L".,1 1 'wo-hour train, loaves at 8:22 a. m.:
I"i-t return nn. nrrlu.. i u i... ..;."'"
to Carriage and Wagon Repairing
on Queen street are prepared to
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
126 Kinz St. Phon- Main 53
Fresh tlilpmcnt just received.
I Henry May k Go,
A BEAUTIFUL EIGHT-FOOT I10UND
Top Is 44 Indies actoss.
Only $150 Only
Coyne Furniture Co.
HOTEL AND UNION STS.
It Is CooJ
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
AM- STORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
J.L.L 'NDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTR nc unMr-
Tickets and Information at Oalici
Hallway Station and T.ent & Co , or
rbifl up Halclwa Hold. Kin,, r.i
-..,-v ,,i iiwiiuiuiu at iu;iu
& ' i-f,StV W
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'irmMimkir'ti)iiU ijlm .ts,.
W,k. nth U.jjrttilttiiSiuk.fciiM
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