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fiVRNHIO miLUSTlN. irONOUlLti. T II . TVK3DAY. OKC. I, l?0fl.
The Littto Ads with the Big Results
A Gift For Bulletin Readers
Pnjto 8, NBW TO
A Kiiiut white Jimn, Amcrlcnn or tier-
man, with nmnll family, to tnko
i clmrgp of small place already plant-
l oil and Improved; $20. per mo., use
of tw mules and nil ho can raise
, on alioiit IK to 20 ncrcs. (lood fast
driving horse Look after ono horso
niiil ninln building, which may ho
occupied hy owner once or twice a
week. 1)U. JNO. S. McUltHW.
A t.uiiM.' ot live or six rooms, situated
either in .Manoa or Walklki; must
he In good repair. Address "I. S.,"
llultctln Oftlce. 3S39t(
Ono 3! to 50-1 1.1. economical steam
rnslnc; state what make and price.
AddrcKs P. O. Hox nSl, Honolulu.
Co'inge to let on Heretanla St. Three
bedrooms and nil modern conver.l
rnces. Just newly painted Inside
and out. Itent cheap. Apply at of.
lice ot Kaplolanl Kstate. 3."t0-tf
Cool. mo(ullo -priMir rooms; also
rooms furnished for housekeeping.
Alaken House. 1"7 Alakcn SI.
ftirnlshcd rooms, ttented to suit the
times. Helen's Court, Adams La no.
Cottages In Chrlstly Laue. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St,, mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Em
ma St.; rent reasonable . 3401-tt
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
nt 84 Vineyard St. 272S-U
Mr. Ja. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner, Umbrellas re-covered and brats pel
All orders should bo lcft,at the Ha- ;h?'J. Takata, 12S4 Kort St.
wnllan Nmws Co., Young lildg. Phone 3407-tf
234 or Cottns N'u. 1. llaalelea Lawu. e-
' ' LOCKSMITH.
- Z Z. Z .... .. ,. .. 8oe Haatlng for repair cl Locks,
ror.iou,?;help Ph2.ne Wnlu saiX'.' K7. touwe boxes, anarpemii of
VSfiSSSh?"' ""'Cutlery, near Un.on Q,Ul
9 BARBER SHOP.
. IWllltmla For a nice, smooth shava call at tha
Criterion Shop, nil Foit BL
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla St. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
Is a present to your son or
daughter that will ad them
In becoming Independent and
teach them to become self,
supporting. We have all
The arrangements at Halelwa are
first-class In every respect. Not a de
tail has been overlooked and the
COMFORT OF THE GUESTS
at the lumls of the manager anil the
lUII ol employees. For a rest there
b no place like IIALUIWA.
ST. CLAIR B1DGOOD,
23 Hotel St.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
, SHEDS FOR SALE.
i E, M. Taylor
,'fCL, MAIM JM, I
- UAY, for Nsw Ada.
Land In tho city with a frontage of
118 feet on King Street. Ground
rent will glvo purchaser eight (8)
per cent. net. Lessee pays taxes
and nil other assessments and keeps
huilillngs on laud Insured for bene
lit of Lessor. For further particu
lars, apply to John 1. Colburn.
Pine corner lot In llaklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all ImproTements. Two mln
utci' walk 'from can and Punahoti
College. Address II. F., this oflic.
I'onl rtinnliout (in h p.). In (lrst-class
condition, lftiio model. Address '"..,"
Iliillctln office. 33514 w
In South Kona, 5ii,iiim) ncres of land as
n whole. Address 8. NnrrU, Wakv
hlnti, Hawaii. .looO-tf
A hull terrier pup, three months old;
cheap. Address "S. O.," nullctln
Squabs In any quantity.
Small gold crown pin with initials "K,
K. I" on reverse side. Itetum In
Patadlse of the Pacific office and re
ceive reward. 35ID-lw
A ring and chain of omce keys. Owner
can have same by proving ownership.
I iy paying $1 and tost ot this ail. In
quire nt this office.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Mntsuoka, Kukul tit. bctw. Illvcr and
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING. THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MATINEE DECEMBER 8
CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION.
1S0 Children In Cast.
TICKETS $1.50, 11 and 75c.
On Sale at
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
Bamboo Furniture Mad to Order,
I Picture rrainlnj a Rptclally.
i (CI U, HEHETAHIA CT
iTBLBPHOflE DI.UE (el.
jaar-'Tsr lUnl" cards en mIi l
l fli '
The Central Committee
Refuses To Accept
The Territorial Central Committee,
nt the regular monthly meeting held
last night at llepubllcnn headquarters,
hy n unanimous vote refused to accept
the resignation of A. 0. M. llobertson
ns I'hnlrmau of the committee pending
his return from the mainland. There
was no discussion of the matter, It ap
pearing to he the opinion of oery
member of the committee that they
should wait until Mr llobertson re
' turns before taking any action which
i would deprive them of his services.
The amendment proposed nt the pre
vious meeting for equnllzlng (he rep
resentation of the Kourth and Klflh
districts by railing tho number of rep
resentatives fiom the former to thir
teen was also adopted by unnnlmoiiH
The Itepuhtlcan parly made Its stand
during tho recent rnmp.ilgn on n pint
lorm In which it promised the votcnt
that If Its candidates were elected to
the legislature, they would give the
people certain things. It was with a
view to carrying out (ho party's pledge'
that the committee resolved to request'
the legislators elect to meet with the.
icntrnl committee to discuss ncedeil
legislation. The motion to this effect
caused considerable discussion, not be
cause any one was opposed lo such n
conference, but because one or two ot
the committee were of the opinion that
the request for a conference should
emanate from tho legislators nnd not
from the Central Committee.
John Lane presided In the nbsenrc
of Chnlrman llobertson, nnd eighteen
members answered tho roll call or
were represented hy prox. I
Tho first business taken up was thol
nmenilment proposed nt the Inst meet
lug to equalize the representation of
the Kourth nnd Klfth Dlstrlcta by nl
lnwlng thirteen from enrh district.
The amendment ns adnptel unani
mously and without tllsi-uisloii.
The matter of the resignation of the
chairman, A. 0. M. llobertson, was
next taken up. II. A. Crawford moved
that the resignation be not aerepted
pending Mr. Robertson's return, nnd
the motion was unanimously nilonted.
The secretary was instructed to notify
.Mr. Robertson of tho action of the
"What address?" asked the secre
tary. "You'll have to llucl that," said
Long moved that tho secretary ol
the executive committee noilfv thi'l
Honolulu ltepubllran members of tho
Legislature to meet the executive com
mittee nt the earliest dalo to iIIhciics
measures proposed to be brought he
lore the Legislature.
.Mr. Lung stated In explanation ot
his motion that tho Leglnlator had
been elected on n platform, nnd they
wniiled to know what tho party want
til them to do. Ho fenred, he said, that
If the members wero to meet around
ut various houses nnd rome member
thould not be present, there might be
mined a cry of unfnlr play. It was to
avoid nuy such talk that might be ere
atcd. Ahlena objected that the mo
tion was not In proper form. Tho re
quest for a meeting ought to come limn
the legislators. Otherwise there might
bo talk again of a machine.
I)tig. In reply, look tho ground that
tho newly elected legislators nie not
frco agents, with tho right to act us
they pleiiho nnd nccordlng to their own
whims. "We aro elected." ho said, "on
a platform to enrry out certain alms.
This Is not n machine; It Is an organ
ization, nnd ns such, It should guide the
1'Ollclcs of Hie legislators.
II. A, Crawford offered nit amend
ment to I lii! motion limiting Hie call
for a lonfereiuo to tho legUhitok of
Ahlena apposed tho motion nod
amendment on the ground Ilia;, re
cjuest for a conference should emanate , . , "" . ....
iron, the members of the Legislature Ent"ed r,Re"rd .DlC- 1( 1906'
rather thnn from the committee. , 7?m ,10'3?. ' m; ,t0, 12 noon' .
Tho amendment was carried, and the J." A"n ''' V wBr. Mr
motion as amended was adopted. As Er"r"t " A""U" ,0 K""1'0"' w
ncndeil It Is as follows: ' aty "'''
"That the Secretary of tho Terrltor- I5l,t'" Klui1" " ,",, to J"lm T 1,n'
lal Central Commltten communicate lu'r "
with tho Itrpiibllcun nitmhcrs of thu l'rl,,,l l'"""'' '" -Manuel "la K I'nlos.l)
Legislature that It Is tho dra-lru of Ktinnino and hsh In John ntzgernld.M
tho Committee lo meet them at coinn Auguslo Luamla in Kiiralokl I,
rtated lime lo iIUciisn legislation need- Entered for neeord Dec. 3, 1906,
ed to fulfill tho party's pledges. From m- to ""30 " m-
Amendment That the Territorial Henry llalll and wf to John (i.upar.M
Central Comiiiltlco take tho matter up Henry Williams In V A Carvalho et
with the Legislators alrcmly elecied, "' ''
especially those In the County of Entered for Record Dec. 3, 1906,
Oahii." From 10:fio a. m. to 4 p. m,
Hopkins moved that a committee of Oahii Lumber llhlg.Co lo J Airrcd
live ho appointed to draft such meas- Wogoon TrI)
ureH ni orn needed. The million was Alio (w) et nl to Knwlka Keawekn-
tarried nnd the rhalrman appointed C.' Icnno Iki I)
(J. Ilallentyne, II. H. Ilenton (proxy HMinp & Co lo Hiimuuln Sheep Hta-
held by fred .Miicfnrliino), Kilns J.1 Hon Co Ilel
I'niwforil, .1. Kniwl (Hopkins proxy),; Klcannro H AHierlon nnd hsh lo Al
J. K Naluiln (II, A C Long proxy) ' Ice II lliapy 1)
No ether hiiiliiims mining up,' tha, W 0 Kukiiiui el nl In Hop Hlhg U
tiicellliB iidjouriieil nl 8 15, 1
Tha BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published n tha Saturday Bulle
tl.l and the Wiekly Edition, gives a
concise anu comulm isiuuit of all la
gal rutlcst, calli (or UnJiri, uu
iiunti, building pirmlU inj rial u
MM tiantacllans, Evening llullilln,
iiU'ir"' w,,w' uu,,,,""itN ii M 5.r
II nil imi ii sasiiiMiii uui iiiii.
who chances to see
this "Ad" will get
CUT OFF THE BOX OF THI8 AND
PUT IT IN YOUR POCKETBOOK
NOW. THERE NEVER WAS AN
EASIER WAY OF MAKING ONE
I SPORTS I
Jny-IIye-Scc. crowned more than u
trn-r of n century ago king of tho
uniting turf. Is panning his last ilns
on the Pleasant-View stock farm, near
Hnelne, Wis., tho only comfort of n
lonely woman. Kor a day only did
.laj-ICye-Sre hold the world's trotting
record, but nil the harness world re
members tho time. August I", liSI,
when tho plucky, little gelding meed
down the homejstrctch (if the Provi
dence trnrk and lowered tho world's
record. He was worth l.in.non then;
today he Is worth nothing, Yet twleo
f.'iO.OOO could not buy .lay-Uyc-Kee.
.Mrs. Case, wliiow of J. I. C. ensc.
tvlm owned Jny-Hyc-Hce when ho trol
led his great mile, has had numerous
chnnccs to exhibit the horso that made
her husband's namo n matter of record
tn the American turf. Sho has stoutly
tcfused to consider such an offer,
"Ho has earned his rest nnd ha (hall
hnvo It ns long ns I live," said Mr J.
Case recently. "The old horso Is 2S
years of ago now, his teeth are. nil
gono, ho cannot cat solid funds of uny
kind, nnd nil his grain 1 have tho mciij
grind for him, nnd while at pasturu ho
cnts grass as any horse would. The
old fellow surfers at times from tho '
decayed teeth, for theio has never beon
it vcterlnnry that has been nblii to op
erate chi his teeth. Whenever this ban'
been attempted he Iiiih fought vicious- j
Iy. it Is now moro thnn two years
vluce a barneys has hern placed on
ROADS INBD SHAPE
High Sheriff Henry had u long trie
H'Kterdny afternoon over tho pall In:
Wnlmnnalo and to Kmieohe. Hn
served subpoenas on Manager Chnl-1
mors of the Wnltiiannlo plantation nnd j
on It. C. Adams, tho sage of Kaneohu J
to nppear before tho Supreme Court In
connection with tho recount. Iloth
acted ns chairman of tho hoard of elec
tion Inspectors in their precincts.
Tho High Slicrlrr reports that the
heavy rain of Inxt week cut the road
up badly ami niiula his trip hardly a
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Hylvnnn de Nntnega In Harriet K W
Entered for Record Dec, 4, 1006,
"r- n m, to lOlM a, m,
'oiHi I i l mid' wf In Hohiiiion
It nu, l')
The wun, edition of Ilia r-vmlnir1
Clothing Co., 64 Hotel
that the elections arc over
have time to think about
Business Boomers S.S.Signs
A Xmas Present
of Koa and Mission Furni
ture Is very acceptable.
We have Just received a
consignment of Oak and
Fir Household Furniture,
containing bedroom sets
and Iron beds. Prices are
Fong In Co.,
1152 NUUANU NEAR PAUAHI ST,
Exquisite Handpalnted Aloha Souvcrtlr
Calendars. Tapas, Mats, Baskets,
Fans, Brasses, Pottery.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold
this market. Try It.
HAY8ULDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDG.
PIANOLAS ON INSTALLMENTS.
You can buy the wonderful Pianola
piano-player on easy monthly pay
ments, Anyone can afford to have
BERG8TROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
I'm Mi M fur unualiiral
UflUlibi wr blMlltfit
II MU- Ul U4k.WtUi
I'a ':'! u4 ul HICK
c . r
u'l l lit tuitltlt.
1 'iui isl iii fvmil-
JV I U 4tll. V
WKW UtiubiMi i m
m mftiun ii
There's no if s about it. We're
going to make you a present of
one dollar. All you need do is
Cut out the left-hand corner
box of this "ad" and bring' it
here when you come for a suit
of clothes. We'll accept it as
Our Christmas Clothing stock
is a splendid one of Stylish, Sub
Prices range from $8 50 up to
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Mlai Assurance Company of London
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence 'Washington Insurance Co.
1th FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDG.
It not a Luxury; It la a Necessity,
But you Mult have the BEST
and that Id provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF B08TON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, addresa
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
I CAN 8ELL
YOUR HEAL ESTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA-
iTED. 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 of 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 FOH SALE.
5 Bultdlnci lots In Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
WM. fi. IRWIfU CO., LTD.
AOENTS FOR TH
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assuranc Co. of London,
Scottish Union A National Ina. Co. ol
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Cforptritlon, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdobuog General Insur
manufactured from purs distilled wa
ter, Delivered to any part of city by
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully exscutsd
Office 'Phone Blue 1F.01,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2312,
IIIiiiiW honks of nil siirlK ledger
tic. uifciitiUcliirsd ,y hu JlulUlIu I'uli.
Pllll Job i'llntlnn at Ilia Hub
Alexander & Baldwin
. f. COOKE ManafW
if. r. Baldwin President
1. . Cf.otlt Vlca President
H. M. Alexander... Second Vlca Pre.
L. r. Peck Thltd Vlea Praa.
J. Waterhouse Treaaurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Dlraetor
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Suar C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation. . ..
Maul Agricultural Conpan,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.'
haieakala Ranch Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sugar Faetirs
The Ewa Plantation Co. .
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
Tha Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 6L Louis, Mo.
Tha Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Flra Ina. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
'. I. IrwU I Ct., iii
WM. a. IRWIN... President and Mar.
JNO. O. 8PRECKEL5..1et Vie Praa,
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vlca Pre.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Retiring Co, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotiv Works, Phil
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cen Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sin'
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co Or me Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co,,
Pepeekco Sugr.r Co., The Plantar
Lint of 8an Francisco Packet, Chas.
Brewer 4 Co.'s line of Boston Packett,
LIST OF OrFICERSI
C, M, Cooke, President! George
Robertson, Vice President and Man,
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treseurer and Sec
retary! F. W. Macferlani, Auditor; P.
C. Jorts, C, M, Cook and J, R. Gilt,
I Is kept on ni at B,
TMIH HAMKIII 0. PAKE'S AOVEK.
j T I 8 I N a AGENCY,
124 Binione 61., Oatt TrancUco, CiL,
where eonl'iits (or advertising can
b piadi for It,