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KVLilIKO BULLETIN. HOHOLDLM, T H . WEDNESDAY, MOV. 21. 1W
OLD TIME VESSELS iSfflPPiNfi iNTEUMNCfc
Full Line Now
Of Fine Crockery
We have Just opened the (meet line of crockery that ever came
to these Itlandi When you want something particularly attractive
at a particularly low price, remember this li the place to get It.
Another new line of cut glais also just opened.
This week we will sell a line of daintily decorated German
China Jlter dinner cups at 15:. each.
E. O. HALL S: SOIN, Limited,
i COR. KING and TORT GTS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1808.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on'S
the Bank of California and
N. A. Rothschild it Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cool; & Son.
interest allowed on term'
and Savings Bank Deposits, j
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreekels & CoBD iCE AND ELECTR,C co-
r ' Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
San Francisco Agents The No- j
ad3 National Hank of Han Kruncisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na j
tlonai naiiK o san Francisco.
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Smith's Hunk, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit I.yunnuia.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hone
konc Shanghai Uanklng Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank .
of New Zealand uud Ilank of Austra
.Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
Urltluh North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and '
Travelers' Credits Issued. BUli of Ex
change bought and cold.
Collections Promptly Aecctnted For,
niilbUlVrlU kJHT III U J
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OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. ..J200.0u0.0u
PAID UP CAPITAL $10000.00
DsilpiAka a ti iSmaa
v.e Pr.;w;nt::::::::M. v. "
Cashier L. T. Peck
Oflice: Corner lrt and King S...
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and'""7, ""T ",.7"' ""f """-:". .
tho rato of ihi per cent, per annum.
rtiii. n,i r.Bniminn. f..rni.h.ri ..n.
Rules and regulations furnlsbed up
Tli8 Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd
Capitol Subscribed Yen 21,000,000
Capital Paid Up . .. .Yen 21,000,000
Hotel vud Fund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, NOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antiing,
Hslen, Hang Kan, Chcfoo, Dulny,
llombuy, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
l,oo)'ang, London, loans, Miikdim,
Nagasaki. Nowclinang. New York.
Peking, San Kraiulbco, Shanghuf, Tl-I
nntalu, Tokln, Osaka, I
Tho bunk buyg and receives for col
lection Hills of KKchmige, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
ucts u general bunking business, !
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINO ST,
I UK II !r uuu.luul
llll Ii HHf, lkll4l,MUIlUcll,
I fill.. I ...ll( '"', " IK-HI
tunica ' " ' Mfcitif
I 'ti., 1 ii put HflMM ,
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Mid 1. lHSHti I
"U Mil u Mtqatf
Booklet for the asking at
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and KJtiz St.
PHONE MAIJM iai
manujactured f.om pur. distilled wa
ler. Delivered to any part of city by
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE.
For Sale Made In Mission Style :
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 6T. P. 0. BOX SOS
JEWELER ...1029 MAUNAKEA ST
Chinese Cold and Stones uniquely
thaped and set.
1 J-U I
IN T.I.: CIRCUIT COURT OK THU
rirst Clicul , 'leriltory of llawull. At
-- , .--.--, ---.---. -. ... . .
Cha tiibers! In Probate. In tho Matter
of thu Lstate of Oeorgo Turner Don-
ton. Deceased. Order of .Notico of
Hearing Petition for AdnilnU ration.
On reading and filing tho petition of
Castle ii Cooke, on Hawallau Corpora-
Hon, a creditor of Honolulu. Oahu,
.&X wME?" smsd
',,,,. I..,...,..,, :. KR1, w;.n,n nm.11
Ion tho 24th day of October, A. D. 100G,
lealng property In tho Hawaiian IbI-I
'unds necessary to bo administered I
iiipyn and pralng that letters ot nd-l
ministration issue to Thomas H. Pet-'
'rio. It la ordered that MONDAY, tho
21th day of DUCUMUUR, A. D. 130G.
at I) o'clock a. m , bo and hereby Is
tho court room of this court at Hono
lulu, Oahu, at which time and place all
!'"L.Z?f". ?eL "S
UU hlUlllM, U..U
, ,,,,. ,-..,u, i ,
I" ,ll(! LheUbU language oni
onco a week
(or three successive weeks in the
Kvcnlng Uiilletln nonspaper In Hono
lulu. Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, November
(sig.) j. t. di: noir.
Hrst Judg,o of thu Clicult Cuuit
. of thu Klrst Circuit. "
Attest (Hie.) J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the
Mcssis, Castlo & Wlthlngton for pe
titioner 3515 Nov. 21, 28; Dec. 5, 12,
WHEN WC A-HUNTING GO
Qvei tia bills and through the dale.
A tnli)tlt luiiifliii, wu illl till!
Acioss the bildgo that spins tho brook,
A-irm king il.ii.iiy I., tlio snow
llincalli thu bowlders on llm ban It
lloiuuliiiiu we'll run our piry
Oi In kuiuu umluiit hollow I ri'i
lii fiut wlinu'iir Im ni II be finiiid
Hut pot a bunny slmll we Mill
We'll im vim hi4 iiinj m 'mi
I'nr MIIIiik la mm" In itur lliii'i
w'm iiiiic ImiiiiIiih ul fw run
OF CARLY DAYS
TAKING THEIR REST
Hide by aide In the harbor, out near
the leef opposite the Iiiter-Ishnd
v. harf, Ilea a tow of old veisels, most
of tli cm retired from nclUc life after
Ioiir jcara of uctKlty and uief illness.
All hut one or two arc black titid din-
KV, tlii'lr paint worn auny by thu j
wies of thu hcii or blistered olT by j
the hot Biiii of tho soml-tioplcB. Somo
aru steam wssulp, others old sailing j
craft. All aro of small size. Homo
have histories that nro unique and I
uratiRo. They aro dermis of tho
Inter-Inland service, renilnitcrfl of thoj
dayH when steam nan tho exception!
and most of tho osboIs nljlni; In the
racllle v.er dependent upon tho'
whims of the weather.
Quiet mid peaceful they llu there, I
luolloulesi, undue after their busy
)cnr. Home of them aro stilt used i
occasionally, but most of them will
nuer wtnln sail the spnrklliiK waters
i Hint llu between thu Islands.
I Tho most historic onu of the lot Is .
I tho Kalmlhu. once the ouo mid sole
manor-war of the Hawaiian (lovern-
nit lit She Is thu easel In which KIiir
i in it m iii n ciiiuuonj yuiiu no uj ii(u
Ito Samoa at thu time when bo bad
dreams of formliiK an Oceanic Hmplio.
' Hut her Kkiry departed Ions ago.
I Tin. llo)ul arms weru stripped from
her, tho banners pulled down. Klui:
Ulid wurilors ceased to tiend her deck,
loud t-ho descended to thu prosaic
work or lurrying oil. Thu old oil tank
ow belongs to thu Miller Salvage
Near one end of the line lies the
I old .Melaiu thun used occasionally as
j a coal burse, liven In her old ago shu
lefuses to retire liom nitlvu llfu. At
'the time thu transport Sheridan was!
. Ij Imk on thu lecf off llaihcr's Point, j
jtho .Melnuctho.i was used In removing I
thu coal from thu steamship, and aft-
.erwnrJs when, topbeavy and ItxtlnK, I
'the Sheridan was towed Into port, thu
,.Mclaucthon sturdily held her up on
onu side to prevent her turning turtle.
Shu belongs to McCnbo, Hamilton &
I Thu James Mnkeo Is another old
'essel which bus not jet outlived her
usefulness Up to ipiHe reienlly shu
I has been running buck and fcjrtli be
tween Honolulu and other ports on
I tho Island. Now she Is patt of thu
iwiecltlnit licit of thu SllUer SuIvuku
,,.... ,.r M,in...H .. .,. ,...i
iu m uiilkimh iiiv juiiL' ouiiuuiiur
I-ndy. Shu looks nulto dapper with
l.er coat of whltu paint.
Thu Kaena, oncu an old Inter-Island
tug, also belongs to the wrecking
licet. Shu used to bo tho Walmunulo.
nnu was engaged in carrjlng sugar
ram walmanalo to Honolulu for John
Thu .Mol.ollt was at ono time an Inter-Island
boat, and used to run to
Moloknl. Shu ali.o belongs lo Captain
I They have all seun j onager and bet
ter das. and hnvo well earned the
tight to He there in tho harbor with
tho sun shining down on their old hulls
ASSAULT ON HIGH SEAS
Joseph Ksplnosa, a sailor on thu
lark Corona do, was placed under ai-
licst this morning on u wrrraut Issued
by United States District Attorney
llreekons, charging him with assault
on tho high seas. It Is alleged that bo
assaulted Second Mnto Nils II. Nlltel-
nlui ,; not lIcnv 10 .,,--.,11 which
m ,, Ilul llvlly IH anaauu, which
,10 Eaya wna maJo wlh a belnylnB ,)ln,
1Io gavs. honever. that ho was stirred
,, t0 tll0 n8snult , (Ile fact thnt ho
,,,, )Ct,tI a,)ll8C(, by 10 BCContl nal
,lrough ult. ,oyngo anrt lia(1 ucoll
cae(, , vUm poagbIo nameii by
nl-l,..,., botll hetore nil . . tImo of lllo
"-" . .,,
$Z KKV Cf)D fHINAMAN
' '' " VlllllAlUAl!
,rll Jury In the enso of Yong Kal,
"" . "M eUaiRea with ussault with u
deadly weapon, brought In a vcrdlit of
guilty ns charged shortly after neon
today. Judge Lindsay sentenced tho
defendant at unco. Ho was fined .j
As there was no leconimcndatlon tc
leniency from tho Jury, tho light sui
tenco which was Imposed by tho Couit
camo ns a surprise to tho prosecution.
Tho penalty might hao run up as high
us $1000 and been accompanied by a
long term of Imprisonment. If the Jury
had thought the cilmo not serious
enough to merit n sevcio punishment
they could havo brought In a verdict of
assault nnd battery or of simple as
tniilt, but Judgo Lindsay stated that
ho round extenuating cliciimstances
and therefore gavo tho light sentence
WANT ALJ&TO STAY
Vice Clinlriuau John C. I.auo called
tho Hepuhllcau Central Committee, to
gether for a meeting last night, hut ns
theio was not a quorum present, noth
ing was done,
Mine stutcd that bis object was to
lm 0 n resolution of appreciation of A.
11 M. Kobertsou s work pnasid, ami
1 1',10 '" '!"lt11,11,1"' 'i' ,!",1'1.l,i,,t,.",l,""m "f
, . """ ,"... , ' ",ui, , ev Z ' .
Ills lie.'iiirliiri ji'stcrday, us thu vlct
I clinti iiiuii has puwei tu act for lilm dur
i lug bis iibseiiio,
The CUUHIE6Q MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In lh fJturdy Pulls-
i tin ami (lit Weekly edition, ulvsi
CQiiclta and complsl rtiuma ol all It-
CM ntl'ltM' call (or Ismliri, Judi
DKnli, liwllrtlng pirmlli anil rul ti
Ills Irinuclleni. Evinlnu nullctln.
7f5 m inonlli, VVMHy UwllMIn,
ki ptr yur.
a n II:, p ftp m i b
3 5oo'6 iuii l' I if
t jo i o ; ij . I .0
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4J I ?. s ; j 7 k u
. ' '
H 45 I 6 to 5 N I H
I I '
9 ll 4 tt o J id J ol
ICMJ I j
5 4. 4 4
6 Ij 6 It
First iiuaiter of tho moon Nov, 'ii.
Times of ll.eue tluek not staled In
Times of the tide aro taken from
the UuRed' States CoaHt and UeodttTo
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
SO minutes sfuwer than Oreenwlcb
time, being that of the merldluu of 1S7
degiees 30 minutes. The time whittle
blowb at 1 130 p m , which is the bauie
us Oreenwlcb, 0 hours V minutes. Suu
and moon uru fur local time or the
Tuesday, November -'0.
Illtt. Coroiuulii. roller, fiom San
Francisco, 8 a m
Wednesday, Nov, 111.
Ilr. S. S. Hurt utaiir, Jenkins, from
Vniicouver, S a in
Stmr. .Mlknbal.i, from Kauai ports,
G:&! u. m.
1'. M. S. S. Siberia, Zeeder. for Suu
Kranrisco, 10 ii m
Stmr. Klimu. Freeman, for Maul mid
Hawaii poils, IJ m.
Stmr. I.lkcllke. for .Muul uud Molo
knl purls. G p. m.
Stmr. Maul, for Knmil ports, S p. m.
Stmr. Mauna Uu, Slmirsoii, for Ko
po and Kail, 1.' m
Stmr. Ke An llou. Tullett, for Kauai,
E p. m.
Wednesday, Nov. 21.
Sihr. Ada, for lilialiia, 'J: l.r. u, in.
U. S. 3. Slcira lloiullelte, for thu
Colonies, p. in probably.
O. H. S. Sierra, lloudleltu. from Sail
I'runilsco, p. 111
1'or San l'ramlsco. per P. M S. S.
Siberia, Not 20. Dr. uud Mrs. I.. II.
Cofer and diiighter, Mrs. V. It. lxcr.-
berg nnd two cblldreu, Mr. nnd Mrs
Watson, Miss Stoddard, It. P. lltldwlu,
Mrs. A. Mcllo) lo. Miss W. II. rieldlng,
llattle Hltihcodi. MIfs M. M, McConibc,
Miss M K .MtCombe, V. M Alevuiuler
nnd wife. i:. T Heuhk. Helen .
Wrenn, Miss I,. Wrenn, Mrs .1. II. Ath
eiton. Mr and Mrs. K. li McClanahan,
C. .1. Palk, Miss Aug. Dulscnbcrg, Miss
K. Knrle, Walter Dulseubcrg. II K.
Prcdcrlcksim and wife, .1 Joseph mid
wife, C. C Kennedy, i: J. peahody
nnd wife. Dr. A. W. Morton, Robert At
kinson, V. II. Hoogs, Jr.. Mrs. A II
Turner, Miss Center, Mrs, Dr. Moore
I'loin Kauai, per stmr. Mikalmla,
Nov. 21. C W. Smith, r 1:. lllake.
Miss Ahlrlch, J. S. Mnloney, J. M. Ld
gate, W T. Rawlins. D. 1'. MtX'orrls
ton, Hnrnmato and wife. Mlt 1 Jacob,
cen, i:. A. Kuudseu, wlfo and child, II
P. lne and wlf. O. H. I'nlrcblld, C.
O. Tnppau, H. i:. Mablinn, J. Harkett,
SiinnmlJ.i, J, W. llcrgstrom, II Ven
I111l7.cn and 51 deck.
0. 8. TcatLcr. Bureau,
I Loral Office
Nov. 21, 190(1
Temperatures G a. m 71: 8 n. m
I Tli; 10 n. 111., 71; noon, 80; morning
j minimum, 70.
I Unrometer, 8 a. m., 29,95; nhsolutu
humidity, 8 11. m.. C'J51 grains per
'cubic font; rolatUo humidity, 8 a, 111,
1 72 per tent.; dew point. 8 a 111 , GC,
Wind G u. m., velocity 3, dlrectlop
N; 8 a. m, velocity 3, direction NH,
10 a. 111 , velocity 7, direction Kj noon,
telocity 10, direction NU.
Halnfall during 21 hours ended
8 n. m., 01 inch.
Total wind movement during 21
boura ended at noon, 1C8 miles.
1 WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. United States
' Henniker Hcoton, a member of the
Uritlsb Parliament, who is adtocatlng
I reducing tho cost of telegrams from
Kngland to India from 50 cents to 12
uents per word, states that tho transit
charge for a telegram to Aiutialla, la '
India, was 9 cents from the United
Kingdom as far as India, and that tho
I Ituesluns pay only 9 cents a word fiom
1st Petersburg to Vladlostok, 1500
Indies farther than from Knglaud to
Thu Weekly Kditlou ot the Evening
, nullctln giver a complete summary of
the news of the du. For 81 a yssr,
MMMl?n Rll.tt'l rmrAm An aal al '
i thu Bulletin office.
I'or Wunt Column Sc Pok Six
turn AH i null. I iiniioiullill stiuii)
iliulne, stllli' iWiul iuill'0 UIHl illn
Aiipm '. ), link ll.'i). Iluuulillll.
Our Celebrated Genuine
Soft Finish, 33 inches wide,
Friday Special Only j
A Visit To China
Wouldn't help you to find a better, larger and as low priced
an assortment of Chinese 'goods to select from, as we are now
There isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a suit,
able present for your friend: Chlnece Crockeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japanesa Ivory and Silverware, Dress Silks,
Doylies, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen goods in all colors.
We Invite your Inspection of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co..
S94J NUUANU ST.
Great Saving Prices
See Shoe Window Display
Men's $5.00 Custom-Made Cor- dJQ KK
doran, All Sizes, All Widths, at M0,i J J
Men's $3,50 and $4.00 Yici Kid, Box Calf,
Blucher or Ball, all
Welt Sewed Soles, at
Men's $2.50 and $3.00
White Canvas Oxfords
Boys' All Solid, Quilted Sole, Calf M 1C
Skin Uppers. SchoolShoes, $2 kinds vj) 1 1 IJ
Woman's Party Slippers, Comfort House
Slippers, or Street Oxfords, 30 styles,
$1.00 to $1.50
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
Ul '. r '- LHKS5BWK1! !fL..
CHINESE GRASS LINKN
Jt icduced priccs-()U week
U AHOY, 1033 Nmiami Si,
Ntwscii KIdr ami llnlcl.
Goodyear, tJO 7c
pji I xj
or Boots, $
Me auart Deve,ed 4J, Oallon
HOW I) U U I 0 o u a
Mfry fitrangi's (Mrs
I 0 0 E A Mi
'I'llONK MAIN POO,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1900,'
10 O'CLOCK A. M
At thu resldenco of Dr. W. II. Majn,
421 lleretanla St., next door to Methu
dlst Clituch, 1 will sell bis
fiom among which I would draw. your
Caned Kbony Table,
Upholstered uud (lilt Chairs,
Dining Tnblu and Chairs,
llookcases, ljirgo Stationary Ilocker,
Kosuwood Dressing Tablo,
Cedar Wardrobes, Sideboard,
2 Kino Oils "Tho damekeeper" nn.l
"livening at thu IJiku,"
Steel Hngravlngs, 1 Steel Safe.
Complete. Uedioom Suites,
Talrbaiiks Stales fur 1'liyslclaii'a Of
fice, Kitchen Utensils,
Kino Palms and Plants,
NKW AMADOU BTOVi:,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
. Old Waikiki
A GREAT BARGAIN
HHACII HATH LOT.
near resident u of J. A. McCandl-R
Ksil , adjoins tho old Afong 'premlseti.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sale .'
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1906,
At thn premises owned by tho Into
O. Kunst, Kan. at Walktkl, the whohl
HOIlSn AND HARNKSS.
Will sell Horse and Surrey at Pri
vate Sale If Inducement offers.
I11IA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
I na ah rnncipsi Hitim rsin-
tor your ticket rsmdi tU tt
Var (nil Information can em
8. F. BOOTH, O. A.,
Parry Building, San Franclaea, Cal
Having moved our shop to our "ta
bles' on Fort St. and engaged the ser
vices of Mr. M, J, Rodrigues (late of
W. W. Wright & Co.) all work left
with us will bs neatly and quickly
Tel. Main 109
, a delicious and rsfriililna drink. It
I Ilk dn sscslldol peli In liquid
forim Aik lor It, Uoitlsd by
MAWAIIAH 800A WOMKB,
, SMMA Tt
Imp HumeiiN ad, ay i3