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The New Dr. Bailey Forage
The only machines made with a drawing and shearing cut; a
method demonstrated by years of experience to be the best.
It Is superior to any cutter In the market for hay, alfalfa, sor
ghum, cane tops, etc.
Six tis for hand or power. Send for descriptive circular to
E. O. HALL i& SON, Limited,
COP. KING and FORT STS.
Bishop Trust Co.,
One store on Fort St. J25.00 per mo.
Uwilllng house Peniacola and Wilder
Ave., $25.00 per month.
2 14 acres adjoining Baseball Qrounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could bs
Kalmukl 120.0CO square feet; 8 large
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
VOUR REAL ESTATE' OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
kinds sold quickly for cash In all
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind o( Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOK SALE,
5 Building lots in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, braolng air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 786.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK ANP BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
117 MERCHANT BTREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULICK AVEB.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
P. H. Burnett?,
Attormy-at-Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Qrant Marriage Licensee.
Phones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341.
fi THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS. I
FINE MEALS, I
WINE8, LIQUOR8, I
AND BEER. I
TEL. MAIN 492. I
-Camara & Co., Props -J
STEW PANS and GARDEN HOSE
rJSHNETS, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SDK,
Not. 44-50 King St., Katsey Block, htt.
Nuuanu and Smith Sts.; To I. Main 189.
OF ALL KINDS.
Oiihn In Lumbar -ind Cor-i
ALLEN 4 "OBINSON,
QUEEN ST.. II IS HONOLULU.
Ifwjliet U fi"UUUklurft
III IH ftf i llt1Uillilli'Ult
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lf? -. ''"V ,V lu II III IllBlilllAIlM
!. lbkl..l.u. I I'
I IWIVt. I H
it II 'II HulloK'H.
llll 'l' HIHMliI.
Ihyi -I r
ejsjmuiig Mills bjjjj
3 , y
The new season's fruits of
every variety have Just ar
rived. S & W canned fruits are
the very finest, selected from
the best California fruits
grown. They all bear the
S & W guarantee of satisfac
tion. Purchase price return
ed If any goods are found un
satisfactory. TIME TO ORDER NOW WHILE
ASSORTMENTS ARE FULL.
Henry May & Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
Help for all.
Wallach's Indian Remedies
A Sure Cure for Piles, Old 8ores, and
All Kinds of Skin Diseases and
FOR SALE ONLY BY FIRST-CLA88
Made and put up uy The Honolulu
Remedy Co , J. Lor. Wallach, Mgr.
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Sctximan Carriage Co..
QUEEN 8T. NEAR FORT.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
1S6 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
WHILE IT- LASTS, GOOD
Guava Jelly, 4c a Lb.
MRS KEARN'S .
FACTORY HOTEL STREE1
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
LUKE ROQER8 Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
o PINE o
PINE LINE OP
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH TING GHONG GO,
KIMI 6T RWrN Sine MAIIKET.
LOSES OUT IN
TAX APPEAL GASE
The Supreme Court handed down n
short mill ery much to thu point de
clsluii In thu matter of tlio nppeal of
the Oaliti Hallway ami I -a ml Company
Irom the decision of the Tax Appeal
Court. suslulnltiK mi assessment or
JSOO.OOO upon lis lnlrtiMt In certain
lands leased to the linn plantation, The
decision states In part:
"Thin Is the third thin' till assess
infill hni been More this court. The
facts nre not subFtnntlnlly different
lrom nli.it they were then and need
l.ot be restated. Thu claim that of the
taxpayer thai this court lias changed
the settled law that this contract v.n
not taxable, lias no application to the
lac of this case because the Interest
which Is taxed Is an Interest In land
rind Is specifically made taxable by the
statute. The evidence shows that the
amount of the assessment Is not ton
high. The decision of the Tax Appe.il
Court Is nfllrined."
Castle & WlllilnKton fur the tax
payer mid Deputy Attorney (leuernl
I'rosser appeared In the case.
The 1)4 Angeles Kxumlncr of Oct
11 conluliiH the following article. Tlio
Kxuinlner was represented unionu thu
lucent IsItliiK (dltors by tl, Ittiy Mor
ton "A new line of Heainslilps between
Southern California und the Hawaiian
Islands Is proposed by the members
of the Southern California Kdllurlul
Assoeliilluii, who hae recently re
turned from u trli tu llunoliilu. Mem
hers of the uxnixlatlon met yesterday
afternoon with the Chamber of Cum
incrce directors for the purpose of con
sidering how the trndu relations be
tween ms Angels uiiil Honolulu might
11. I'. Wood, secretary of thu 11a
w iillan Promotion Cummlttee, wilt bo
In this city within a week, uud his visit
lu expected to open the way fur some
thing definite to be done towards es
tablishing u line of steamers running
directly from l.os Angeles to Hono
lulu. I). J. Holt of Kama Monica, president
of the Kditorial Association; Warren
Wilson and I b Doollltle made brief
explanations of the great need for such
a line, which, lu the opinion of experts,
would lie ii paying proportion from
The trip could be reduced to u (.wen-
ty-day run nt a price thut would uuneul
to thousands of tourists who tome lu
Southern California during the winter
months Honolulu citizens uro crylns
ior iieuer rreigm includes. "Should
this Hue bo established." said Mr. Doo
little, "It would In lug that Immense
trnilo to 1.03 Angeles."
During Mr. Wood's stay In the States
he will visit the oilier coast cities, hut
he Is In favor of the Los Angeles direct
line, and comes to this city flruL
The matter wag referred to the
Chamber of Commerce und will be tak.
en up In u moru definite manner. Uui
Ing .Mr Wood's visit he will be ten
dered u banquet, ut which representa.
live men will discuss the proponed
NEW - TO-DAY
NO. IOC. TKItHlTOUV OK HAWAII
COU11T 01-' I.AN1) KKUISTKAT10.V
ti:uiUToiiY or Hawaii to mow
HUNH WAI COMPANY. CHUN
CHi:W S1NO, 0. S. IJSiTUCAD. J.
1'. DILLON, CHAKLUS M. COOKK,
L1MITKD. TKHHITOHY-OF HA
WAII by K. C. riiTKItS ns Attor
ney Ocneral, und by C. 8. HOLLO
WAY us Superintendent of 1'ubllJ
works; COUNTY OF OAHU by 0.
W. Smith as Chalininn ot lliu
Uo.ird of Hupervlsors; and to ALL
whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has b.tm pre
itnterl to suid Couit by JOHN WALK
Kit tu register and confirm his (Itle In
tlio following-described land: Degln
ring at the most northerly corner of
lot W ut the Intersection uf the lino of
the Wnlklkl side of I'ilkoi street with
tlio line of the makal side uf u street
ut a polut which Is determined by the
tollowing measurements fiom the Gov
ernment monument set on 10 feet off
M.'ts ut the cu3t corner of the Intcr
itectlou of King and 1'llkol streets;
I'rom monument 24 W, SIU feet, und
L"J0, 41', 10.02 feet, the boundary runs
(1) 2'JO 41', 120 feet, uloug line of
makal sldo of a street;
(2) 24" 3ii, 120 feet;
(3) 110 41', 120 feet, to Hue of Wo!
klki side of I'ilkoi Street; ,
(4) 201 4U', 120 feet, uloug said lino
uf I'ilkoi Street to the polut uf
commencement; containing an
area cf 14.3CC.I Square l'ect, u little
more or less, being n portion of U C.
A. 10CUS to I'ilkoi, In Kewalo, Hono
lulu. You ate hereby cited to appear nt the
Court of Lund Hcgistrutlou, to 1m held
ut Honolulu, Island of Ouhu, on the
21st duy of Nov. A. 1).. I00G. ut one
o'clock and thirty minutes lu tlio niter
I noon, (u show cause, If any you huo.
i why tlio player of suid petition should
nut ho granted. And unless nu up
, ie.ir ut suid Cum I ut thu time uud
i plain aforesaid your defuult will he re-
lorded, und lliu suid iuIHIdii will bu
, luki'ii a 1'uiifusied, uud oit will be for
1 ever burred frum cuiili'sllug suid (nil-
I Ion or uuy ili'Cicu eiilered tliereon.
i Witness, I'lHI, II' Vi:,Vi:it, Ks.
iiulre. JudgH uf mild Couit. (his suit
iluy uf Oil. In lliu i'u i iiliii'U'i'ii liuii'
ill ml nmi tU
.MUM wllli rleiil nf Mild fiiiiii
(Mil W If IIDWAIIII,
am tin w Nut i, , is,
! WORK 1 STEAMER
KVRNINO BULLBTIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY.
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First quarter of the moon Oct, 24th.
'Times ut these tides not stated In
Times of the tide are taken from
the United States Coast nild Oeodelhi
Ilawnllan'Btnndard lime is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Ureeawlch
Urue, being tbat of the meridian of 157
degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. tn., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 Lours 0 minutes. Bun
Aiid moon nre for local time tor the
Thursday, October "Ii.
Htmr. Claudlne, I'arkcr, from Maul
uud Hawaii ports, G:10 n. in.
Dr. Htmr, Aotea, I'rosser, from Syd
ney, at daylight.
Wednesday, October 24,
Vr. bk. Iloche. I.e. Multre, for tlio
('oast, 7 a, ui.
Stmr. Nebruxkan, Wecdon, for Han
Francisco, p. in.
Sclir. Mol Wuhlne. tor I'liuullu. Ho
uolpu and Knwalhue, 3 p. in.
Stmr. Mikahula, (Iregory, for Kauai
ports, r, p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, I'arkcr, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, G p. in.
Stmr. Illlunlan, JoIiiimjii, for San
Francisco, u. m.
3. S. Doric, from Sail Francisco, proli
ubly a. in,
Stmr. Mauna l.oa, simerson, from
Kuuu and Kuu ports, u. m.
1 1'er stmr. Cflliillhe. Oct. 2.V Miss It
JM. Kellogg, Ii?. K. C. Watcrhousc. T.
I A. Uumlnghaiu. 11. M. Glltel. Miss Ho i
I kauo, J. Schaepe and wife, Mrs. C. II,
I Atberton, C. !:. Ilayues, Mrs. Whitman ,
Mrs, J. M. ucanu. Miss Mnry Keanii.
Mrs. Kamalnu. Mlsg N. Dlrth, Mrs. U
W. Smith, Queen Llliuokalanl, Mrs. J
Aca, C. L. Serlmger, I'. Pascal and son
and 77 deck.
REFUSE TO MM
The spirit of public service lias been
clearly shown by two men In the Ter
ritory. IC. A. Mott-Smlth of this 111
and, W. I'. I'ogue, ot Maul. Doth these
gentlemen Iiuve refused to accept any
pay for their services as luspedors uf
election, though they will take the po-,
miiuiix nun win pcriuriu me uiiiies ui
The resignation as Inspector of elec
tion of George O. Cooper of Maui, has
been received by Chief Clerk lliicklunil
He seemed very anxious for the o.
tlou till he got It und now, ut this late
nay, sends In his leslgnutlon.
An Interesting letter bus been re
ceived from the Judge of election un
Muul who opened thu package of blank
ballots sent him, before election duy
Chief Clerk Ilucklaiiit wrote hlin u let
ter lu regurd tu the matter which wus
nitlitr kevere and that It bus hud iti
elicit Is shown by the following;
Maul, October 23.' 190G.
To Secrctury ot Hawull', Honolulu.
Dear Sir; Your letter wus received
and I saw everything In It. I'leasu ex
ciibo me because I misunderstood. Nov,
I know. I promise, before Cod and
ou I will not open any I'kgs hereafter
For Want Column See Page Sis
Iloiinckeoplug rooms, 700 Quart y HI.
n r, Alupul, good view. 2 month.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC,
The iiiiil'sgiiiv luivu iii'(.iuBtd
lliu Ongoii llestuiiiaiit, No, U KlliK
n I ret I near Nuuuini, wlilcli I liny liuw
ihuiigi'il hi ;iiiiiii'iiii IIi'sIiiiiimiiI.
Cull nmi sen ns
Will BE W IN FUTURE
OCT. 25. 1906.
at 10c to 15c
ALL WORTH MORE MONEY, BUT YOU KNOW WHAT OUR
.mm- FRIDAY 8PECIAL MEANS! -a
Food for Infants
Ordinary cow's milk In this climate
Is often a dangerous diet for babies.
It I absolutely sterilized. The best
selected rich cow's milk sweetened
with cane sugar.
Theo. H, Davies & Co.. ltd..
DRIVES AWAY CARE.
Surpasses In quality any oth
er Sc. cigar In the market.
We Invite comparison.
Ii. Hackfeld & Co.,
FRESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
vnilun aim nitun
teu main m.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
- GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES -
WE ARE GOINQ TO REDUCE OUR
OUR 8.S0 8UIT8 WILL BE REDUCED TO 87.00
OUR $6 SO COATS AND PANT8 REDUCED TO ..85,00
OUR 8.00 PANAMA HAT8 REDUCED TO ......85,00
Othsr goods In this department will be reduced In the same propor.
tlon, A new line of shirts, new styles, new patterns) all sites.
REDUCED FROM 11.25 AND l,60 TO 81.00
A full slock of neckwear at reduced prices for three days only,
L. B, KERR
80LD BY ALL QROCER8.
50c Quart Delivered-
Harry Strange'a Pure
'PHONE MAIN 206.
1st. Chambers Drui Co.'s
2nd. All tin Others
CHAMBERS DRU6 CO.,
Cor. Fott and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
BOOTH'S BAKED BEANS
We are selll.-ifj them at sample
j. fli. Levy & CO.,
PHONE MAIN 149.
STOCK AND YOU WILL GET THE
& CO., Ltd.
sSjgw t yqyj.y -sr
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1906,
at my salesroom, 847 Kaaliumanii St.,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
ONK PHAKTON In good condition.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1906,
at ray salesroom. S47 Kualitinianii St.,
ONK 8KVRN-YKAH-OI.I) POLO
1'ONY, fast and gentle.
II1IA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
AiM All Principal Eastern Point.
your ticket reeds ?a Ua
Wot full Information can oat '
a. P. BOOTH, a A.,
Perry Building, Ban Francis, CaL
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 8. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
OEALERS IN IMPORTED QENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALU KIND.
, 4t WUUANU STREW.
Tel, Main 2. P, 0. Bo 148.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
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