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i For sale at all leading hotels and
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E. O. Hall
OMAIIA, KANSAS CUT,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
C To Denver,
He siiro your ticket reads la the
Tor full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, a. A.,
1 Montgomery SL, San Francisco, Cal.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,1
cor. Emma and Berstanla Sts. Japan-
A A anJ t Im A I 4 fcA VAa CtannllAJ
co " viiiia iuwiii ouppiicu
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Dlue 2181.
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBINQAND TIN
WAIKIKI SIDE SMITH ST.
Bet, HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
TELEPHONE MAIN 125.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL STS.
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. Oda, Manager
FANCY DRY GOODS JUST OPENED,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Eetc, Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods. Handker
chiefs, Matting and Campher-Wood
-C05-100Q-1013 NUUANU ST., corner
King. P. O. Dox 053. Honolulu, H.T,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order, Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a cpeclalty. Particular atten
tl.n paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 2C6. P. O. Box 945.
A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF WELL
SEASONED KOA LUMBER.
Will Be Sold Very Cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 8T. P. O, BOX 999,
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
& Son, Ltd.
APRIL 26th AND 28th.
UN AID OF THE SAN FRANCISCO
Under the Auspices of
THE MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
GEORGE ADE'S QREATEST
"The College Widow"
NEW SCENIC EFFECTS!
SPECIALLY PAINTED KCENERYI
Meats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Box office opens Wednesday, April
ynur peopom on our new Una ot 190G
Suitings. A now lot by Str. NevnJan
Just opened up.
The swell grays v.
wn,eh are ra0,n0
The Cool looking
$20 to 30
Our Clothes are
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 0 P. M,
Have You Seen
The Latest and Greatest In
BATHING AND SHAMPOOING.
We have them. Call to se
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kine; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J3J
Table board for summer months,
$50.00. Room and board reasonable.
Address, H, DEWS, Manager.
will make you a nice two-piece tult
and allow you to pay for same st $1.00
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
c FOR o
OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA ST.
TELEPHONE DLUE 1871. '
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.
101 TO 103 N. KINO STREET.
TEL. MAIN 140.
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFI
CERS. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LIMITED,
At n meeting of the stockholders of
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LIMITED,
belli at Honolulu, April 18th, 1906, tbo
following Offlcem wero elected:
W. C. Peacock President
Andrew Brown.... Vice President
R. L. Auerbaeh Treasurer
C. 8. Weight Secretary
T. F, Lansing Auditor
The aliovo Olflcors constitute ex of
ficio the Hoard of Directors of said
C. S. WEIGHT.
Secretary W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Will bo received nt tbo office, of tbo
Hoard of Supcnlsors, of the County
of Maul, Walluku. Maul, up to 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, Mny 1st, A. I),
1901,, for the construction of a cement
sidewalk along Main Street and Mar
ket Street, Walluku.
Specifications and blank forms n(
proposals muy be obtained at the of
fice, of the. County Clerk, Walluku,
No proposal will bo entertained ex
cept upon the blank form furnished.
A certified chock In tho amount ot
Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollar
drawn In favor of W, II. Hcnnlng,
Chairman of the Hoard of Supervlsorii,
must accompany each proposal.
WM, Kltr.I). KAAK.
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors
for tho County of Maul.
Arrll lClh, A. 1). 1900.
332 to & llicl. Apr. 28.
U. 8. Weather Hurcsu,
Temperatures C a. m., 72; 8 a. ni.,
75; 10 n. m., 70; noon, 79; morning
Huromcler, 8 a. m., 30.1 C; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., 4.7G2 grains per
ruble foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. m.,
C3 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C2.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 5, direction
K.; 8 u. m., velocity 10, direction H.;
10 a. in., velocity 10, direction N. K.'
r.oon, velndty 7, direction 15.
Itulnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 211 miles.
ALUX. McU. AUHLKY,
Section TJIrcctor. U. S. Weather Ha
for Maul, Konn and Kau ports, per
Istmr. Mauna Loa, sailing April 24.
C. Holte, 11. P. Underwood, C. T. Ship.
iu.iii, C. W. Aflifonl, K. 1', Low, Jaa.
Crnw, I Warren, Wm. flreen, J. A.
Magoon, J. Melnccke.
Por Maul and Hawaii parts, per
stmr. Klnau, sailing April 24. Mrs. (1.
V. Jakln, Mrs, J. C. I-ovestad, Mlsa
flrnvcg. Mrs. Slattery. Hov. C. Klobby,
Miss Mcdllvray, A. 11. Lindsay, Wm.
Orecn. C, A. Ilruns, L. M Whltchouse,
J. (4 Orllllths. K, V. Chnpln, P. A. Illch-
urds. T S. Koy, II. H. Kenton. (1. V.
Tullocb, C 1". laukea, a, Mum by.
the Bulletin office.
cards on tale at
NEW - TO-DAY
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :; ::
NOAH W. GRAY MANAOER
HONOLULU, T. H.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tbo regular annual meeting of
tho WO ON PUI KON, bold on tho
l3lh day of April, 1900, tho following
'olllcers wero elected to berve for tho
W. W. Ahana President
Young Kwong Tat. Vice President
W. Tin Yan.... English Secretary
Lum Ged Chu., Chinese Secretary
Chlnn Mow Blu ...... Treasurer
Leong Chrk Poo Auditor
i:ng. Secretary WO ON PUI KON.
'I ho tides ut KBiuilul unit lillo occur
about an hour earlier than at llontr-
Hawaiian Standard Tims it lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian ot 157.30. The
tlmo whittle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
It the tame at (Ireenwlth, Oh Om.
Hiiiii1.iv, April 22.
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, Tullclt. from Kl
lauca, G ii. in.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ma.
knwull, 9:4." n m
Htmr. W. (I. Hall. S. Thompson, from
Nnwlllwlll, 5 a. in.
.Sclir. Concord. Motes, from Hllo;
(Ire wood to consignees.
Monday, April 23.
T, K. K. S. 3. Nippon Mam, (Ireeiie,
D days from Yokohama; gcnl. mdse,
and passengers to II. llackfcld & Co.,
U. 8. transport Sheridan. Pcabody,
7 cluyg from San Francisco, passengers
und stores to lr, S. Quartermaster,
10-30 n. m.
A. -II. S. S. CoV si in r. Oregonlan,
Curty, 9 days from Seattle; gcnl. mdse.
.Sunday, April 22.
S. S. Nebraskau, Wecdon, for Knhu
t til. G p. ni.
Am, bk, Olympic, Enns, for San
Francisco, n. in.
Argentine cruiser I'resldenle Sarml
onto, Diaz, for Shanghai, 4 p. in.
Monday, April 22.
Am, bkt. S. (I. Wilder, Jackson, for
San Francisco, 1) a in.
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Mam, (Irecno,
from San Francuico, p. m,
n. H. S. . Vvntnrn. Hnvwnrd. from
l'ago Ijigo. i a, pi, ' .
U. S. A. T. Sheridan. Pcabody, .for
imam ami .iiaiuiu, p. ni.
Htmr. .Maul, Dennett, for .Maiumona
Pnuiiluiu, Kukalau, Ookala, I,aupalioe
hoe und I'.ipaloa.'.G p. in.
Stmr Maul, Dennett, for Mahukonu,
Pnnuliau, Kukalau, Ookula, iJiupaliop
boo ami I'apalou, R n, ni.
Stmr Yv O. Hull, Thompson, for
Kauai ports. 5 n. in.
Stmr Kc An Hon, Tullett, for Kauai
ports, 5 p m.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, 12 in.
Stmr I.lkcllko, Naopala, for Molo
Knl ports, D p, m.
T K. K. 8, . Nippon Maru. (Ireene,
for San Manclsco, n. ni.
(). S S. Ventura, I lay ward, for San
irnncisco, p. in,
Stmr Manna Loa, Slmerson, for
Maul, Komi and Kau ports, 12 in.
Prom San Pranclsco. per U. S. A.
T. Sheridan, April 23. San Prnnclscci
to Honolulu; Mrn. Joseph D. Pratt and
daughter, family Postmaster Honolu
lu; Mrs. Frank T. Bulllvati, wlfu clerk
P. O.; Mrs. J. K. Venable, wife Cli.
Kng. Ii. S. 8. Uwton; J. J. Kelly,
cleik customs: Major II. I., Scott,
14tu Cavalry: Capt. J. N. Wright, U.
S. M. C; Cant. J, M. Saltaday. U. S.
.M. C; Capt. O .Mi. Hollcy. l'hlllpplno
Scouts; Capt. C. N. Murpliy, istli in
fantry, lfo and child; Lieut. T. S.
Mooiman, Slh Inft.; Lieut K. T. Pryer,
V .S, M. C; Llout. P. C. Lander,
U. 8. M. C; Lieut, n. P. Pope, 8th
Iuft, and wlfo; Lt. II. D. Sullivan, U,
S. M. C, wife, two children and moth
er; Lieut. W. O. Murchlson. 19th In
rantiy; Lieut. 11. a. Hartlett, U. S.
M. C, Lieut. W. Kills, V. 8. M. C:
Lieut. i:, W. Bturdlvont Jr.. U. 8.
M. C; Lieut. V. I. Morrison. U. 8. M.
C.j Lieut, J. It. Henley. U. 8. M. 0.;
Lieut. Holland M. Smith. U. S. M. C;
Lieut, i:. It. Kbersolo, M. II. 8 and
wife; Mr Stephen M. Long, contract
surgion, U. 8. A.; Miss Uthul P.
Cook, army uurso corps; Mlsx Mar
L Shceliau, army iiurHo corps; Mra
A, U, Loch and infant; Miss Hoso T.
McKce, slstor omp. Ins. flovt.; Mm.
Fa n ny Salts, mother M)h, l.ocli; Miss
Edith Mansfield, sister Col. 2nd Inft.;
Ed. N. Ender, pay clerk U. 8. A.: J
II, Porter, clerk headquarters Phil,
Dtv.; Mrs. A. M. Rulttard and nlnu
cblldicn; Miss Allco K. Scully, family
J. J, Gallagher, clerk P. W.s Mlsg
Dertha E. Cary, family J. A. Pay.
clerk, Mrs, 8. M. Mason, clerk Q.
M. D, and wlfo; Mrti. Alexander O.
Hrodlo, wire Col. Drodlo, M. 8.; Miss
Horenco E. Hurt, flanceo Lt. Craig,
2Ctb Dt.; Thcodoro Hunter, bookkeep
er Phil, Islands; Mm, John A, Oamlll
and two children, family Supt,
Schools, Hollo; P. W. florliani, emp.
Navy, wlfu and daughtor; Mrs. W. T.
Naffey and child, family omp. Navy;
fjeo. T. Oazolttne, niastur shipwright,
Nnvy; Mrs. E .M'. Wllllami. wlfo
ord. sergeant: John lt, Kuykendall,
plurli Navy; Mrs. (loo. M. Pottle; J.
11. Van Posecn .clerk Navy (fluam);
We have it in all Colors
H2 enlisted men IT, S, Marino Corps;
2t fiilltted men ll. H. Army.
Per Btmr. W. (1. Hall, April 22, from
Kauai ports. W. A. Kinney, Hov. K.
S. Timoteo, Dr. Putnam, Miss Clara
Knbbe, C. P. Herrlck, Mr. Cassldy. K.
Tnthtrn, II. E. I'lckcr, .Mr. Sciidder, Mr.
(liillck and 31 deck.
Per stmr. Ko An Hon, April 22, from
KIlniHM. Bourn (3) and U deck.
Per stmr. Nllhau, April 22, from
Maknwell. A. ltoblnson.
Por San Pranclsco, per bl. 8. (!
Wilder, April 23. Mr. mid Mrs. (lor
don, Mrs. Ilauman, Mr. J. WIUox, Mr.
It. Weir, Mlsi (lordon.
DEPIiW IS FAILING
New York, Apr'! 13. Ono of the
pasrengers on Iho While Stnr liner
Celtic, which Is duo tomorrow from
Liverpool, Is Mrs. Chauncey M. Do
pew. Her arrival from her long stay
abroad is coincident with n renewal
of the report that Hho has brought suit
for separation against her husband.
Thero was a rumor current today that
Senator Dcpnw is In a stato of com.
plcte mental and physical coltapiu at
It Is n slgnlllcant fact that Charles
Paulding, Senator Dcpow's nephew,
did not know today of tho prospective
arrival of Mrs, Dcpew from abroad.
When questioned concerning her
whereabouts ho gave onswerH Indicat
ing his belief that sho would remain
abroad Indefinitely. Concerning thu
rumor that sho has retained a lawyer
to bring a separation suit Paulding
"That is a cruel and malicious false
hood, Mrs, Depew went abroad for
her health by the ndvlco of Senator
Dcpow and her physicians. In thli
connection It should bo remembered
that sho lived abroad almost exclu
sively for many years before her mar
rlago to the Senator,
"When he was, taken 111 she consti
tuted herself bis devoted nurso and
her unremitting attentions broko
down her health. Senator Depew, ho
llovlng she would do better abroad,
advlced tier to go."
Paulding said ha had not heard from
Senator Depew for flvo dais. Ills last
Information was that tbo Senator was
slowly lmprolng. According to Paul
ding Senator Depew Is In retirement
mi the advice, of Dr. Miiim.
Our New Tea
The 1905 crop of choicest teas
has Just come to hand and we
are now selling It In bulk In
If you use this tea there Is no ex
cuse tor not having the very
choicest beverage, because
this tea Is new and fresh.
Besides, you don't pay for the
package, and we offer a better
quality for the money than
you can get eliewhere. "
JAPAN, YOUNG HYSOrL
And Other Varieties. " "
J. M. Levy & Go.
KING ST. PHONE MAIN 149.
Crowd Booked For
Coast In Ventura
The O, S. 8. Ventura, duo to sail for
San Pranclsco tomorrow, lias n large
booking an follows: Mrs. J. 11. Itlih
iirds, Mrs. II. Srhwnnck nnd daughter
Mrs. W. J. Kline, II. (I. Itnmsay, Mr.
and .Mrs. J. I), Marques, Mrs. J. II.
Froltns, J. P. Dlas, Mrs. J. W. I-ine,
.Mrs. (1. C. Walker, Mis. M. A. Hallf
bury. Mm. C. I). (lllflllan, Miss E. K.
(lllllllnii, W. A. llrynii, Mrs, W. W.
Hall. J, T. Cromhln nnd wife. Mm. II,
J. Wnddell, J. S. Harlan and wife, U
L. (Iruy nnd wife. Mm. P. Wntson, Mr.
mid Mrs. E. A. Ilrulck nnd son, Mlsa
J. M. Tebbs, Dr. .lumen. Dr. Murrltz,
Mlss M. Ltiiejuy, Miss MrUlu, 1). M.
.Hoss, P. Thomas nnd wife, 11. I). Cook.
ll. K. Drown nnd wife, C. P. ilascl-
tlno. Miss Haseltlne, T. II. Pelrlc, W.
J. Mclnerny, 3. Pontunl, Jr., Mr. and
'Mrs. Mnrquardt, J. Andradc. M. II.
Slgafooa, S. P. Hartley and wife, Mrs.
U. Dulscnlicrg, Miss Flood. A. W. Kirk
Ian dnnd wife, Mrs, M. Phillips, T. II,
Iteynolds, T. W. Hobron, M. 8. Woods,
U. A. Wlnnnt, J. I). Dole. H. (I Thrift.
'Alex. McAshley nnd wife, C. J. M. Pop-
r.y nnd son, E. W, qulnn, Mr. and Mm.
II. C. Turner. 0. W. Drown. Ed. II.
I Miller. Jus. E. Jnrger, II. II. Kenton,
'J. I.. P. Itoblm-on, Mr. nnd Mm. Alex.
(Young, Aubrey ltoblnson, Dave Crow-
Icy. It. A. .McWmnc, Dr. Potnnm, Miss
Lnnge. E. O. White, Jose l'cnii. Jns.
8. Young, Jr., C. I). Oreen and wife, J.
C. Coney and wife, Itev. W. J. Clcvc
.land nnd wife, II. J. Mlsamurn, Mm.
Toku, .Mm. Il.ikcr. Mrs. S. Tiinaku, 8.
I). Lew In, C. It. Fuurot. P. (1. Danism.
P. W. (iilderslccvc and son. Win.
House. W. P Pranks, .Miss J. Mills, K.
Evening Bulletin 7fiJ per month.
Por Want Column See Poro x
A-l bartender, rnpablo of taking
charge of Hotel or Itestaurant, wants
position. Cash bond given. Aililres.
".M. K" (ientriit Dcllvory, P. O. Ho
A reliable American woman with ex
perience, would liko to take charge
of a small lodging house; references
oxebanged. 1071A. off Llkelll.o St.
'A bright American boy. Pair salary
io ngtii party. Aiiitrcea n. h.. mu
le! In. 33G5tf
To go to Kauai April 24th, ono blacl;
smith nnd cue machinist. Apply In
The Hawaiian Klectrlc Co., King
White boy, 1G ym to makn himself
useful In bturu, 129 Hotel St. opp,
Salesman to sell whiskey In bond to
Iho retail trade. High commission.
Southern Distillery Co, Ilalt'.moro,
Hoy about 18 years of ago, Just out of
sruooi, io learn grocery nusinesH;
American preferred. Address W
STORE TO RENT.
Port street next to Club Stables; now
occupied by Y. Wo 8lng & Co.; pos
session given May 1, Inquire Club
Stables., Tel. Main 109. 33G4.tr
Ono pair of gold nose glasses in black
cacn with card attached. Casa
ttamped "C. P. Ingalls, Jeweler,
Waukegan, Ills," Iletiirn to mo nl
Hiilletln office and icceivc rewind,
P. W. McDanlel. 3304-31
A. B. CLARK, D. D. S.
BOSTON BLDG., R. 311, MAIN 303.
TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 190G,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Regular Furniture Sale
At my salesroom.
' Dniw attention to Collnrd ft Collard
flifl.r3 J1I 'JABt Ft MORGAN,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1900,
12 O'CLOCK NOON.
On Railroad Wharf
945 Bags A., Sugar
On Wednnsdny, April 25. 190G, nt
12 o clock noon, I nm Instructed to soil
,oii Die railroad wharf, Honolulu, on
account of whom It mny concern,
about tltTi bags HUgnr, dnmnged by
wntei ex schooner "l.iikn," Capt. J.
,1'nhla, on vo)age from Koholalelu, tin
malum, Hawaii, Innards Honolulu,
Claim. Arrived Saturday, April 21,
on I) In circle over A
JAS, F. MORGAN,
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.
Headquarters for Automobiles with a
Splendidly Equipped Fireproof
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
.THE COBWEB CAFE,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
5 Camara & Cu., Props.5
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESSED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will cull for and deliver same,
TELEPHONE MAIN 108.
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN") COMPANY,
156 AND 158 HOTEL 8TREET.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office and Store Fitting. Cabinet Mak.
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
1082 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. A.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Hulletln glveB a completa summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI a year.
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