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EVENINO PUUET1N. HONOLULU T H TUE3DAY. DEC. 4, 1900
There ia o great variety of Carpenters tools
on the market but there is only one complete
brund made for quality, that ia the reaaou we
sell the famous
Urand. The KUH KUMR Trade Mark or the
worda KttH KUtUR on any tool are an absolute
guarantee. Buy a tool under this brand, and
you will know you are getting the beat.
F. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
COR. TORT AND KING ST3,
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
N. A. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : t. H.
Sin Francisco Agent The N
d National Hank of San Franclaco.
Draw Exchange on tho Nevada Na
tlonul Uank of San Franclaco.
London Tup Union of London and
Bmltli'a Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Parle Credit Lyonnala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-konK-abanglial
New Zealand and Auitralla Uank
of New Zculaud and Uank of Auatra
hula. ..Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
Brlllau North America.
Deposit received. Loom made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits liiued. Blllt of Bx
change bought and told.
Collection Promptly Acccunted For,
AND TRUST GO
OP HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... t200.000.0u
PID UP CAPITAL S100.000.00
Proldnt Cecil Brown
Vice Prealdent M. p. Roblnaon
Caahler , L. T. Peek
Office: Corner T'rt and King Sta.
8AVINQ3 DEPOSITS received and
Intercut alluwcd for yearly deposits ot
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Utiles and regulations furnished up
The Yokohama Specie Bank. Ltd
Capital Subscribed Yen 21,000,000
Capltul l'ald Up . .Yell ;t,O0U,UOU
Ilii'i vtcl Fund Vcn 13,71)0,001)
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Anluiig,
Huleti, Hung Kau, (Jhefoo, paluy,
Mombuy, llouiliung, lluiinlulu, Ktilie,
l.eoyunvi London, Lyons, Mul.ilcii,
NmatuM, Newihwmie, New York,
I'nliliiif, Han I'rit;lt, Hhanglml, Tl
eiilaln, Tnlilii, 0n.ii,
Tim liunli hii) nii'l iM(uvii fur ml
li I loll IIIIU nf Km'liniiKi lr '
DrofH uml ,ttiru of (irHH I ni
wrli h idiuurul Imnlilni lnull
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO,
Cor. Fott and King Stt.
PHONE MAIN 131
MONTHLY MKTi:OHOLOOICAL SUM
MARY. Station: Honolulu, T. II.; niont'i,
Not ember, lUOu.
Atmospheric I'rusure (Reduced to
sea level; inches mid hundredths.)
Mimii, 29.9G; highest, 30.0S, dntu 12th;
lowest. 29.K.'i, date 20th.
Temperature Hlghcit S4, dato 4th;
Ion est 01, date 2Gth; greatest dally
range 14. date tith; least dully range 8,
date &tli, menu for this month In 1890.
74; laDl. 73; 1S9. 75; 1W3, 73; 18K4,
74: 1S95, 74; 1S0C. 70; 1S97. 74; 1898,
75; 1899, 74; 1900, 74; 1901. 74; 1UU2,
73; 1901, 74; 1904, 73; 1903, 75: 190C.
73; mean for this month for 17 yeaia,
71; nbsoliitc maximum for this month
fur 17 ycais, 80; nbiolute mliilmuin for
this month for 17 years, 59; averuge
dully excess of this mouth as coin
pared with mean of 17 J earn, U.8.; ac
cumulated excess since January 1, G;
inerugo dally cxicss or deficiency since
January 1, 0.0.
l'reclpitatlon. Total this mouth,
5. 09; greatest precipitation In 24 hours,
3.G1. date 28th and 29th.
Total precipitation this month In
1877, 1.73; 1878, 1.07; 1879. 3.52; I8S0,
t.'-'H; 1881, 8.91; 1882, 2.89; 1883, 2.91;
18S4, 0.59; 1885, 3.50; 18SG, 8.70; 18S7,
12.40; 188S, 3.84; 18S9, 1.9C; 1890, 1.71;
1891, 0.54; 1892, 0.71; 1893, 10.10; 1694,
tM. 1901, 4.11; 1905, 2.18; 190G, S.GU;
uveiage of this mouth for 21 years,
4.52; excess of this mouth as tompuroj
with average of 21 ears, 1.17; accu
mulated dtllclency since January 1,
Wind. Prevailing direction. NK.;
total movement, 637G miles; aveiage
liouily velocity, 7.5; maximum veloc
ity (for live minutes) 27 miles per
liouis, from Nl. on "Gth.
Averuge relative humidity, 74.8 per
Weather. Number of days, clear 9;
l'artly cloudy, 18; cloudy, 3; 011 which
,01 inch, or inoi e, of precipitation oc
rut red, 13,
Miscellaneous phenomena (dates of)
Alliums, none; hulos: solar none,
lunar nine; hull, none; let, none;
tog, none; thunderstorms, none.
WM, II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather llnreui,
HAWAIIAN LODQE OFFICERS
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M
held lt annual nitidluy last night uml
clmcd (he following olllteis In seivo
lining the nukiilui: Muionlo wan
Worshipful MutUT. Ilobeil luc, Heu.
lor WliriH'ii. 1'riink I,' Tliiiliip0
Junior Wiiidm, w T luwlliim Tn-u.
iilnr llolitit I'uiimii, HeiiDiHiy, (. II.
f,rt" HUJ,LLTri A(8, fty
FOR MISS TAVIOR
I Walohlnu, Kau, Nov 22, The ladlrs
.of Walohimi wi-rc astir at 4 u'clocl.
Some had to Btny home ntul rook while
the rest hurried down to the landing
(Ilunuapo) In their cnrrlnm'S to escort
home Miss Ilertha Itch Taylor, prlnrl
pal of Walohlnu school, who wan re-
turning on the Milium I.o.i nfler n six
inoiitlis' vncnllon to lior former homo
Miss Tnylur hns endeared herself
I.. II... n.....l.. .. l.tn l.li,,i u 1,nut,t..u
iw ..in iv. ij.tt- ui iiiid Jiu,v, on, i;vnnt.i,
teaching, she nursci when there In
KlchnesH In the bunion nml Is ever
icady with ii helping hand. ".Sister
lien" Is the popular name, that she is
tailed hy the reslilentx theie.
At 0 o'clock Sister Hen was lured
to the homo of Mrs, Samuel Kuuhaue,
where n ladles' surprise dinner was
Those present, beildes the Kuest of
honor, MIkh II. II. Tuylor, were Mrs.
Samuel Knuhatie, Mrs. O. C. Hewitt,
Mrs, II. Ilertetiiiann, Mn. 1 II. Hay
seldun, Mrs. (leo. Dawson, Miss Jen
nie Jones nml Miss L. K. An Id.
Af'cr dinner the nnrtv went over lo
Die home of Mis. fleo. O. Hewitt,!
where nn enjojnhle evenlni; waa spout
uml Ice cream and take were served. I
Tho IoIIouIiik Saturday afternoon
they were all Invited up to the home-!
htead or Mr. .Samuel Kuuhaue, six
miles from Walohlnu, where n luau
was prepared for them. II a us three
hours fioni the time they urrlved he
lore they began to think of home, and
bade their koiiIiiI host aloha, I
Residents of lwllei unit Kallhl Camp
have tiled a petition with the. Super
vlnors asking that a loud lie construct
ed from the end of the lwllei road near
the gas works In 11 straight line to the
Walakamllo road, which limy say Is
A petition lias also been filed by the
Kallhl Camp people nuking tho Super
vIsom to have Dr. Day's avenue nml
McVeigh's avenue filled In and macad
amlzed. They also want electric arc
lights from the Government stables In
'alamo to the Camp.
GAIN OF SIX VOTES
(Continued from Paat 1.)
SKCONl) OF FIFTH.
Olllc'l. Recount, by lusptrs.
Drown 101 100 4
Iauhea 87 M! 2
Ulunk 1 17
Rejected by court Drown 2, Inn
THIRD OF FIFTH.
Olllc'l. Recount, by Insptrx.
lliown 109 1U9 2
luukea 8G 85 2
Illank 4 23
Rejected by court Drown 1, luu
SIXTH OF FIFTH.
Olllc'l. Recount, hy lusplis.
Drown 184 182 14
laukea 110 110 3
Illauk 9 39
Rejected by court lliown 1, luu
Olllc'l. It cecum, by Insplrn.
i:iqhth OF FIFIil.
lliown1 ,,.,.. 7G 78 2
laukea 123 119 3
Illank 3 0 .,
Rejected by court Hi own 2, lull
Olllc'l. Recount, by Inspira.
NINTH OF FIITII.
Drown ......131 130 14
laukea 1G9 107 10
Illank 2 8
Reje:ted by (oiirl Drown I, luu
The rejection in the precincts of the
Fourth District yesterday afternoon
In the Seventh the court rejected ono
In tho Tenth the court rejected one
In the ICloventh u ballot that had
boon stuck o uuother was counted for
laukea. Gain for laukea. one.
In the Thirteenth the comt rejected
Ave for Drown, (lain for laukea, live.
This made laukea Din ahead when
tho recount ended lust night.
For Sate" cards at Bulletin.
CALIFORNIA IN TINS; LAROE EASTERN AND
FRE8H LAROE SHELL
Frtth Lot ex "Alameda",
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
TEL, MAIM 851
Am. bkt, KHI.lt.tt Cutler, from Port W W 0 S umTfW I IrfJ jjJ T Tl IIiTbLF W
Gamble, 4 p. rn J ' r m IB i Ti I I WM PV 1 1 11 H
rifhturcn ft. lmBaJa(KaBBaArJek.LWn
UCmn I &
Monday, December 3.
Stmr. llelene. Nelson, for Maul ami
Hawaii ports, t i in.
Slmr. Ko An, Hon, Tullett, for Knunl
ports, S p. m
Stmr. Knunl, fur I'nnuhau nml l'a
pnlkou, fi p. in,
Tuesday, December 1.
Stmr. Klnati, I'leeuuiu, for Maul ami
Hawaii, 12 in..
Am. hk. S. (J. 'Allen. Wilier, for Hie
Ciilst. 10 n. ni.
Stmr. Maul, Clmkv, for Knunl ports.
r p, m,
Stmr, l.lkellke. Nnojialn, for Molo
kal ports, G p. in.
Slmr. Noeau, I'eilerson, for llnwnlt,
r. p. m.
Dr. S. S. Suverlc, Shotton, for Sail
Francisco, 4 ji. m.
Slmr. Noeau, I'ederMm. for Mnlu:
konn and Hnuokaa. 6 .1. in.
Dec. 4, imiG,
Temperntures fi a. in., 72: 8 u. in.,
7.; 10 .n. tu., 70; noon, 72; morning
Ilarometer,' 8 11 in., 20.111; absolute
humidity, 8 n, 111., 7.072 grains per ru
ble foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in., 82
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. in,, 09.
Wind 0 a. ni., velocity 4, direction
F.; 8 a. m velocity fi, direction E.
10 a m.. velocity 12; direction SK;
noon, velocity 4, direction SK.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 a. 111., Trace.
Total wind mntement during 24
hours ended ut noon. 140 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, V 3. Weather Uurea'i.
THE AMERICAN ACCENT
London, Nov. 4 The London papers
have been poking fun at what they call
"the American nccent" of visitors from
the United Stalls, Americans In Urn
don, however, despite their "accent,
havo no dlniculty In making themselves
understood, but, they do have difficulty
In understanding that strange language
miscalled Kngllsh spoken by the massen
of tho people of London. Frequently
the Cockney accent Is m confusing that
1111 Interpreter Is necessary to make it
Tho Rev. (1. Mutt Williams, Ulshor
of Marquette, Mich., retorts ugalnst the
complaints of tho American "accent'
that even the cultured clergymen ol
ICngland speak 'tho language In a mar
tier difficult to' understand.
Illshop Williams says:
"Of course, there Is an American uc
tent Dot there Is not only one, there
ure many Amcilcan accents.
"Tho speech of Now York Is not that
of Iloston or Philadelphia. Tho North
erner can nt once tell tho Southerner,
and tho Kaslern man the Westerner
from his speech. There lire different
Intonations uml thero arc different vo
cabularies. BULLETIN ASS. PAY
NEW - TO-DAY
All alzes; white and fancy colors;
priced from SO cents up to $1.25.
COR. KING AND RIVER STREETS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed the Administrator of the F.8
tato of PA 11I:N'1AMINA, lato of Wal
palm. District of Kwa, County of On
liu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased.
Notice Is hereby glvun to all per
kuih lo pi client their claims against
bgalust the estate of said Pu lleula
inlnu, deceased, duly authenticated,
whether secured by moitgago or oth
erwise, to the undersigned at his of
fice. Room 402 Stangenwald Dulldlng,
Merchant street, Honolulu, County of
Oahu, aforesaid, within six months
from the date hereof, or they will bo
And all persons Indebted to nniil es
lato are hereby icqueated to maku Im
mediate payment to tho underslguid.
Dated. Honolulu, December 4, 190fi
M. P. ROBINSON.
Administrator of tho Kstalu of
Pa llenlaiulna, deceased.
3555-Doc. 4, 11. 18. 25.
Whitney & Marsh's
Where You Will Find a
Complete Line of
Just the thing for your den. Ruiilan
Bratsea, Matt, Tapat, Fans, Bas
kets, Souvenir Poitala.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
Sayegusa's Swell Selection
We want to make our 1900 Holiday Business a distinct one. In
order to do to, we brought to Honolulu an extraordinary large and
Swell HOLIDAY STOCK. Usual quality has not been lessened; but
we bought at prices that count. WILL THESE PRICES CONVINCE
PURSES (Nettuke) $ 1.25 to $11.00
CARD CASES $ .50 to $ 1.25
CARVED LVORY BOXES 3.25 to 18.00
CLOIS80NE VASE J 1.25 to 12.00
DRAWNWORK LINEN TABLE CLOTH ...S 3.15 to 6.00
EMBROIDERED DRAWNWORK LINEN . .$ 5.7S to $18.00
SILK 8HAWL S 200 to $12.00
KIMONOS $ 7.25 to $95.00
Good Attortment LACQUER, CROCKERY, JAPANESE TOYS,
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Butter and Cheese
You enjoy good butter on your bread or- hot cakes,
you relish a bit of cheese for luncheon or with your pie at
dinner. We have the BEST of these artlcleo and too many
varieties of the Cheete Family to be mentioned In one day.
COME IN AND TRY THEM.
Come tqjhe Fair
Seasonable Goods in Profusion
In All Departments
In New and Novel ideas. Afresh
supply Just to hand
L, B. KERR
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COL
See Us for Novelty Advertising
Foreign and Local.
74 KINO ST.
GEO. E. LA MONT.
' U J-L-'lALLWSscl
Meat Co., Ltd
& CO,, Ltd.
UeccinlKi 6, 1906
Mill, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
Aim All Principal Eastern Point.
B your ticket roadi Tl tta
sTer fall Information can at)
S. P. BOOTH, a A.,
Parry Building, San Pranolaea, Cat.
THE SALE OF JEWELRY,
WATCH E8, ETC., AT THE
ON .FORT STREET, CONTINUE8
TOMORROW AT 10 A. M., ALSO
THIS EVENING AT 7:30 P.M.
8ALE CONTINUES UNTIL ALL IS
WILL T. FISHER,
LUKE nOQERB It back again from
Maul, clipping horm at the bid tUnd,
! corner Punchbowl and King tttrettt,
. Iwr'Tor Hani" tarda en Ml t
ilht HiilMIn ffct,