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KVRN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1906
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Wilcox & Oifobs
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E. O. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. KINO and FORT STO.
BisliGp Trust Co.,
Oneittore on Port St. $25 00 pep mo
Uvtollign house Pentacola and Wilder
AvV, $25 00 per month.
C 1-1 acres adjoining Baseball (".rounds
llcnlal $35 00 per month. Cculd lie
Kaimukl IIOOCO square feet; 8 large
lots; JCC0.C0 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL hOTATE OR BUSI
NESO NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all ,
kinds sold quickly for cash In alt
parts of the United States. Don't
valt. Write today describing what
ou have to sell and give cash price
on same. I
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
our requirements I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOH SALE.
5 Building lots in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, brading air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
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.
P. H. Burnett?,
Attorney at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate. Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Thones: Office Mln 310; Res.Wh.1341.
STEW PANS and GA.1DEN HOSE
rISHNETS, TWINE AND DRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A, FERNANDEZ & SOU.
Nos. 44-50 King St.. Katsey Block, bat
Nuuanu and Smith Sta.; Tsl. Main 181.
Vf liUt f i-iiitnlurtl
1lrlntrit 4. Iltlliiituftttuli,
IrrtlHtiiK ir iilirrfttlM
lull) UUr IHCIIll lm
iVuilvsii. a I lift Minu
j il r i loiiuii.
hvM I Iriics"!
OF ALL KINDS,
Oislirs In Lumber ?.nd Cc."i
ALLEN A "OOINBON,
QUCGN ST.t If I i. II HONOLULU,
P tHaliftteaMi IS
bT ttrttU 1"UUltW.
II makes an nutomatlc
stltcli ami runs silently. But
Its most Important feature
la the ease In which It can
No dragged or worn-out
feeling after you have done
a few hours' ditching.
New or second hand ma
chines for rent.
The secret of making a rich
appetising cup of coffee lie
principally in getting
Put It In cold water; then
keep It on the fire until It
bolls The result will be a
25 CENTS THE POUND.
Roasted and ground fresh ev
Henry May & Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
You are cordially Invited to hear them
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER' HAM COMPANY.
155 AND 158 HOTEL 8TREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
WHILE IT LA8T8, GOOD
Guava Jelly, 4c a Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL 8TREE1
'PHONE BLUE 1411,
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
o FINE o
FINE LINE OF
IY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH YING GHONG GO.
j KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANC8E NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Houtcpalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
Incj, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,-the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361.
The DUBINtSS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Oaturdty Bulle
tin and .the Weekly Edition, olvas a
concise and complete returns of all la-
jr.l aotlcea, calls for tendcri, Judo
mcnts, building permits and real es
tate transactions, evening Bulletin.
7f per month. Weekly Bulletin,
Kl per year.
ay nULLCTIN AD8, MAY
Got Only $l A Day While
The abundance nf political tnlk on
the part nf slumping candidates on
thu subject of nn Increase of the, dal
ly wage of the laborers wcirkihf on
I lie Uu eminent roads has eWilintly
Mlrrvd llio people of Koolaulnn mid
Koolnupoko to n sense, of thu wrongs
which they lane heretofore endured
In silence. It appears that llio road
laborers In Honolulu, I'wn and Wala
lua districts bate been paid at the
rale of SI,:: n day, whllo the good
mill of Koolau receUcd only $1, The
long suffering Koolau lies liau Anal
ly realized that lliey liavo n Kick cum.
Ing. Tlicy luno dratted petitions
asking for Ini ream d pay which will
be laid In fore the Hoard of Huporl
torn at Itn meeting tonight. Tlio pe
tition fiom Koolaulon reads ns fol
To Hie Honolulu lloaid of Supenl
sors of Hie County of Oalm, Ho
The undersigned, road emplojees
of the County of Uilm and oters of
the District of Koolauloa, petition
jour Honorable Ilody to Increase llio
a of Hie men now working on Hie
loads of Hits district from $1 per day,
I hi1 present rote, to $1,25 per day.
Your petitioners would sheiw unto
jour lloiinruble Ilody that Hie Coun
ty of Oalm Is now pajlng Its mid em
plojccH In llio Districts of Kwn, Wal
alua nud llonoliitii $1.25 per day,
while Hie road cmplojccx nf Koolau
loa and Koolnupoko arc only receiv
ing $1 per day.
Wo therefore prny and petition jour
Honorable Ilody that we bo placed
on nn iipiatily with the ro.id employ
ees of Hie district!) nhoe nnmed, ns
llio tost of lllhg and Hie necessaries
of life are us high In the districts of
Koolauloa nud Kool.iupiikci as else
Dated Knhana, Oibu, Oct. 9, 100C.
The petition from Koolnupoko Is In
Hie i-unie form, but Is dated from
llieln The former Is signed by C7
nud Hie latter by 76 iinuies.
Among the other subjects which
Hie Hoard of Supenlsors will have to
pass on tonight are the proponed land
exchange at Wahlawn, whereby a
new roud may be built, Hie matter of
an nenuo at l'earl City and sommo!
other road matters, regarding which
tbeio lias been considerable, corre
spondence since the last meeting of
Sped on tier way by the cheers of
man) of the local Japanese, and amid
the bursting of liroworks, the Japan
ese tialiilug ship Anegawn departed
ut 10:5 this morning for tiaseba and
other Japanese ports.
There was a large crowd of Japan
em) on the unnl dock lb see the es
se) which repieseuts their sovereign
sail uway (or the land tbey all call
home. Thu Japanese Consul General
and his suite, accompanied by a num
ber of thu more prominent membcrB
of the Japanese colony, went oni In
a luunc.il to bid tbn ship a final fare
well. Daylight firework were dis
charged from I lie launch, somu of
tlic.ni of beautiful designs. Thorn
were n number of bombi sent up
which were supposed to hurst nnd
display Jupancsu and American lings.
StraiiKcl) enough, the Japuncso llagu
opened out beautifully, but the Amer
ican Hags, lor some peculiar reason,
Hank without opening. Tho para
chutes supporting them fulled to
As the tug Fearless cast on from
tho ship, tho Anegawa blew thrco
long liljhtH of Iter wblsllo nnd pro
ceeded on her oage to the hind of
l.aBt night wns a Jojoun night
aboard the Antgawa, Judging from
the noise that kept up nearly all
night. There wero t,portH of arlous
kinds, wiiMllliig, etc., and eui two
lights enlivened the proceedings,
Theio wnH much apathy shown
among the white people when the
Aucgawa fcalled.. True thire wero
few American craft In tho liurhor, but
the crews of nonci of them paid any
attention to thu Anegawa when nbo
Milled. Hut one thing must bo said
for the sailors of tho Japanese train
ing ship; they bchnved thcuiHclvcH
lemaikiilily well during the tliiio they
weio In port. No trouble of any kind
hns been ropor'ed as coining from
then1 They evidently know how to
conduct theiiiKcheii In a foreign port,
as Individuals, at least.
Chnrllo Clillllngwoi tli's speech nt
Kukuako was inlslntcrprctcd by the
morning piper ns usuiil. Tills wni
puilliiilaily In couueLtlon with his ref
erence In the Fiipport which the Ha
waiian nemoiTiits urn giving MeClan
uhiilt. ClillllliKworth In bis spepcli to
the llnuall.ius sulci that If any nun
bald lie hid heard uuy lluwullaji inn
illduta nn thci Democratic ticket make
Pit appeal lo Hawaiian cllleiis In the
Hawaiian language to Mile for H. II.
MeClaiiuliiill foi lleleg.ito to CoiigreHM,
II would (lieu become a iiueallnu of per
annul Hioclly between that mini unci
hliuH'U, nnd In, ClilllliiKwoilli, would
mi who got llw worst nf II.
I his U n t r dlrfi'iint piiipoiiiinu
f i oiii ilin iirbi'i linn that ('lilllugMiiilli
would knock down iiiul drug nut nuy
Hawaiian wliu (itn for n liuolo tan-
I illilnln (oi Urlt'u.llv,
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io i i iw I ts ? s
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S J S 14 5 40
5 1' i 11 Sel.
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i 58. 1 i 1
S l, i i V 19
Now moon Oct. 17 at 0:11 p. m.
''Utiles of these tides nut iHntrd In
Times of the tide aro taken from
the United States Coast and Goodetla
Thursday, October 18.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mam, I'llmcr,
from San rrauclsio, otitilda at 2: 30
Htinr. Claudlne, Dennett, from Maul
mid Hawaii, SMO n. m.
Wedneiday, October 17.
S. 3. ItosccraiiB, MiDuuald, for Moil,
lercy, 2:30 p m.
Oil barge Monterey, Ulelsen, for Mon
terey, n tow of 3. a. Koiitrniis.
Thursday, October 18.
II. I. J. M. S. Anegawn, llauafusa, for
HisHxi, 10:2.1 u. in
Stmr. Mlka'hala, tlregory, for Kauai
torts, r, p, in,
Stmr. Ilclene, N'elinn. for Maul nud
Haw nil, ,r, p. in.
Slr.ir. Mntini Ina, Siuiprsnn, fur
Maul nnd Hawaii, 12 m.
T. K. K. ?. S. Nippon Maru, Kilmer,
for Orient, probably tonight,
T. K. K. S. H. Nippon Maru, I'llmcr
from Sau lraucIco, In afternoon.
Per stmr. Claudlne, Oct. IS. n. U,
Clarke, Miss H. Knlnmii, Mrs. Kulaina.
Miss I'upiilil. .Ion. Hiilpinaiiii, Miss 11a
lemiiuii. K. l'o.il, J. lliKiknnl, Mrs. Che
cdng Cluing iiid 3 clilldrc.li, J, Kirk
Intnl. Siio King, II. J. Spllzer, l)r. 1'. i:.
f'awycr, J. M. Tucker, It. Weedon. A.
11. Kbner, .1. Spenser, Mrs. Jeremiah
M. I'oueda and wife, Mrs. C. l'ascnl and
2 children, II, (Ionium, Miss Kcl.ela, A
Allen, M, IK (liuncx, nud 57 deck.
Your grocer sulfs l'ol Hreakfast Kood,
n. B.' Wcutber Bureau.
Tcmpcralures 0 n, m, n; x a. m.
tO; 10 a. m.. 80; noon. 82: morning
Iliiioiueter, hn. in, 2992; nbsoliltn
humidity, 8 n. m.. (!99S grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, K a. ui ,
ih nr e cut; dew iiolnt. s n. in., gt.
Wind , u. in. Mdoclty 3, direction
i:.; K a m.. velocity fi, direction N. K.;
IP a. in , etoclty C, direction V,; nocj i,
vclnclt) K, direction S. V..
Italufnll dining 21 hours ended 8 x
in., .12 Inch,
Total wind movement during 21
bouts ended at noon, 111 miles.
WM. D. 8TOCKMAN.
Section Director. United States
Ilin Piomnilim Commlttro will hold
a regular meeting at 3:.".0 o'clock tbii
A neillce In ro Dig. HulTniidcju. a
bankrupt. Is pulilUlied In Ibis Issue.
For Want Column See Page Six
Sttong boy for bcay woilc at good
wages II. Culnian. Km; I Tort.
NFjW - TO-DAY
Whereas It has been deemed best
in tlio Interest of voteis nnd of the i
Territory Hint reurrangemen't, be
made In the locution or certain pofl
lng places, notice Is hereby ghen of
the following changes:
riflli I'rr-rlnrt riom South and
ICawalubai) stieets lo tbn (lovernmiul
Staliles on Ken we Street.
Beveuth I'roclntt From Kinnin
Seiuaie to thu corner or Alaken and
Soenth I'reelnctKreini the Knllhl
Pumping Htnllciii to tho Knllhl Sta
bles on W'alukamllo Road.
Ninth Pice luci rroni King Street,
inuuka of Knliilanl School, to Ac hi
Stables on Klin: Street.
Tenth I'li'dnct Piom neir corner'
of I.lllha nud School htieetH to corner
of I.lllha and Kuuawal l.une.
Twelfth Precinct I'lorn Vineyard
Stteet, on Kwu side of Nuuanu
Klieaiu, to Vlueyaid Btieet between
River ami I.lllha Klreets.
tllwn under my hand ami (lie
(Ileal Heal of tbn Tcirlloi)
IHIIAI.I or Hawaii at tho lliccullui
llulldlng In Honolulu, tliU
Kllllileentli day of Oelohei,
A, D. ll'Ufl,
(1, II. O.MlTIIlt,
aj0;ii (Invuriiur n llnwull,
p. n Ifi.'n m p m 8 m
LADIES' FANCY LAWN WASH
Pretty Designs, Well Made
See Window Display
During my nbsenco from tho Terri
tory of llawnll, .Mr. John P. Ulnii will
uct for me In nil business matters un
der Power uf Attorney.
Dated, Honolulu, October lf.lh, 190C.
S54fl3t P. A. DIAS.
IN Till: DISTRICT COURT OF Till:
UNITIM) HTATttS IN AND FOll
Till: DISTRICT AND TKHHI
TORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of Kugcno IliitTandeau,
n llankmpt. No. Kin.
Notice Is hereby given that Rugenc
llulfandeati, bankrupt, has filed bis
petition, dated Ottdber 17. 1906, pray
ing for n discharge from all of bis
debts In bankruptcy, and that all cred
itors and other perronn are ordered
lo attend nt Die hearing upon natd
petition before Honorable Sanford 11.
Dole, Judge of said United Htutc'H Dis
trict Court, In tbn Judiciary lliilldlng,
In the City of Honolulu, In Ilin said
Territory and District, on Monday,
October 29lh 19011, at 1l o'clock n. m".
and then and there show cause. If
any they hac, why the pracr of said
petitioner should not be granted, nnd
also attend the examination of the
FRANK L. HATCH,
nSIG-lt Clerk of said Court.
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
1120 FORT ST.
sW BULLETIN ADS. PAY
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L B. KERR
THIS IS AN ERA Of" GOOD VALUES IN THIS STORE. We have never
made such good olferlngs, and you have never had such an opportunity to
learn how much a dollar will buy in this store.
This talc Is not a catchpenny affair but one of which we are, proud. IT
IS A VALUE-GIVING CHANCE WE ARE TAKING TO DIVIDE PROFIT8
WITH OUR CUSTOMERS.
Note the Prices:
SUITS OF CLOTHING Good material and stylishly cut,
FROM $8.50 TO 820.00
MEN'S TROU8ERS from A DOLLAR to SG.00 'be pair
White Duck, all sizes and all girths 5)51.50 to 82.00
For Boys and Youths, good material, well made, from.. 2, to 82.00
Ready-To-Wear Clothas For Boys
rULL SUITS KNEC PANTS No better ever offered, and the finish li '
equal to any made-to order clothing; go to you during this sale at
Low Prices from 81.00 to 88.00 the suit
PANAMA HATS London made.
MANILA DOUBLE PLAIT, regular at $350 NOW 81.75
H08IERY AND 80CK8 AT LOWE8T PRICES
S from ".PAIRS FOR 25e( TO 75 A PAIR
ALL FAST COLOR8 AND FASHIONABLE 8HADES WOMEN'S
HOSE FROM 10iT TO 50r A PAIR
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND WOMEN Men's Undershirts at 25 to 75f
Mechwork AT 75 Worth Doublo
CREPE DUE CHENE, ORGANDIES, FIGURED LAWN8, ETC, AT
NEVER-HEARD OF PRICE8.
SKIRTS FROM G5 TO 81.00
DRAWERS FROM 35ef TO $1.00
GOWN8, beautifully trimmed FROM 50' TO 81.00
8HOC8 FOR 81.00 A PAIR! SHOE8 FOR 81.25 AND
SHOES FOR 81.50.
20fT- COME AND BEE OUR MILLINERY -TeK
L B. KERR &
50c Quart Delivered $2, Gallon
HOW D E L I C I O U 8 I I
Harry Btrange's Pure
'PHONE MAIN ?0G.
1st. Ghambsrs Drug Co.'s
2nd. All the Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King Sit.
PHONE MAIN 131
J. M. Levy & Co.,
PHONE MAIN 149.
KING 8TREET NCAR FORT.
& CO., Ltd.
CO., Alakea St,
i. b' '
i jrOurf '
A Sheriff's Salo of
on W'yllle street, near I.lllha slrrot,
will be beld nt the Capitol llulldlng
ON MONDAY, OCT. 22, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
These lots are adjacent to llio resi
dences of Mr, It. Andrewn and
The lots nre nicely situated on ole
nteil land nnd command a lovely
Ucw of sen nnd mountains.
Tho lots rontntn nearly ono aero
For further particulars enquire of
JA8. r. MORGAN,
I11IA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LODIS
And All Principal laetern Point
Be euro your ticket reade via Ua
Wor full Information Mil cm
. P. BOOTH, a A.,
ferry Building, San Francleoe, Cat.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 B. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED'GEN'.RAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL Kir Dt.
941 NUUANU TREBT.
Tel. Main 26 , P. O. Box 848.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PArER
KAL80M1NINQ AND QRAININO.
C0IINr.ll NUUANU and PAUAIII Ot.