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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 11, 1906, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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A Christmas Gift
You will e.uc real Joy In the household If you present your
wife with a
Willcox & Oibbs
If she already has a tewmg machine she will send It to the
auction room when she gets the WILLCOX & GIDBS, because It Is
the llflhtest-runnlng sewing machine In the world. That Is a point
any woman will appreciate. No more backachen: no more trouble.
It has many other features to recommend It. 3 styles.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd..
COTAOLISHCD IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travclors'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Rank of California and
N. A. Rothschild & Sons
Concspondcnts for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Clauc Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, : : : t. H.
The Ne- '
San Francisco Aaenta
rsda National Rank of San Francisco,
Draw Exchange on tho Nevada Na
tlonnl Dank of Han Francisco.
London The Union of London and
Smith's Hank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyunnala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hone
konc-Shanchal nankins Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Uanll
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
Rrltlsh North America.
Deposits received. I.oana made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dlllr of Kx
chance bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accrvnted For.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
nlJBSCRIBED CAPITAL... 1200)00.0(1
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Prt and King Sta.
SAVING8 DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tho rata of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum
Holes and regulations furnished up
Tin Yokohama Specis Bank, m
Capital Subscribed Yen 21,000.000
Capital Paid tip Yen 21.000.000
Itesened l-'und Yen 13,700.000
HEAD OFFICE, VOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung,
llulen, Hang Kan, Ohcfno, Dalny,
nomhay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
I.coyang. London, Lynns, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Nnwchwang, Now York,
Poking, '.Jan Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts a general banking business
HONOLULU BRANCH, 6 KINO ST.
NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING AT
FORT 3TRECT OPP. CONVENT.
Corner King and
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
INSPECT THE flNEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Ring: Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
LAYING WATER PIPE AND SPE.
CIALS AND CONSTRUCTION OF
SETTLING BASIN AT WAIMEA,
Proposals wilt tin rcicivcd at the of.
flee of I ho Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
"''''"cl' '" "r Jnnimry 2. 1!W7, for tho
uiing or wmcr plpo anil specials and
the construction of n Settling Ilasln
nt Walmea, Kauai, T. II.
Plans, specifications nml blank
lorius of proposal mny be oblnlneil at
tho olllce of the Asst. Supt. of Public
Works, for which a deposit of 15.00
Is required, which sum will be refund,
ed Intending bidders after they haul
returned the plans anil specifications.
Proposals will not bo accepted un
less suhmlttd on blank forms fur
nished, enclosed with a certified
tank check for llwi.oo In n senled en
elope, endorsed "Proposal for La)lng
Water pipe and spetluls and to con
struct settling basin at Walmea, Ka
uai." and delivered previous to 12
o'clock in. of the day specillcd at tho
oillte of the Superintendent of Public
Works, who icservcs the right to re-
Jed any or all bids.
C S. 1IOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Dee. 11, lOuti. 35ni-:it
Notice Is hereby given that ull tax
payers owning lands abutting on mid
adjoining any public street within tho
City of Honolulu, County of Oaliu, T.
II., and who h.io nut curbed tho side
walks udjuccut lo thu lands bo owned
by them shall cause samo lo bo curb
ed In tho maimer set forth In n cer
tain Ordinance (No. II passed by tho
Hoard of Supervisors of tho County of
Oaliu, T. II . on tho 30th day of Jan
uary, A. I) l'JOO, relating In Sidewalks
within tho County of Oaliu, samu do
ing duly published In tho Kvonlng
Iliilletln, The Hawaiian Slur, Thu Pa
i Hie Commercial Advertiser and Urn
Nupepu Kuokoa between tho 31bt day
of January and Fcbiuary 2, 190(1.
Those lulling to comply with the
pioviblou.1 of the Oidlnancu referred
to will bo pioseculeil according to the
tcims ami conditions llieiein set
IIY tiii: HOARD OF stpiinvi-
I) KALAUOKALANI, Jit.,
County Clerk, County of Oaliu.
Notice is hereby given that all
claimants having claims jgulnst tho
County ot Oahu Territory of Hawaii
piesent them betore tho cud of tho
year to the heads ot departments In
BY OHDEH OF THE HOARD OF
I), KALAUOKALANI, .IK.,
(mint) Cleik. County of Oahu
Weekly Bulletin SI ltr year.
Tuesday Hcccmber It
T K K 8 S Nippon Mniti, Fllmcr,
fiom Ihc Orient. S.20 n ni
Tuesday. December It.
Slmr Kinaii. Freeman, for .Maul nml
Hawaii porls, 12 in.
Stinr M;ii i n.i l),i, Simerson, fur
Maul iitul Hawaii ports, 12 in.
8AILINO TODAY. '
Slmr. Maul. Dennett, for Knu.it
ports, r. p in
Htmr l.lkcllkc, Nmipal.i. for Mulii-1
tail ports. ' p m
I SAILING TOMORROW.
OSS Konomn. Tronic, fur San
1'r.ini lcc. probably u. m.
' C'-A S. S. Aornngl. Phillips, for
1 Vlilorln unit Vancouver, p. in.
OSS. Sonoma. TraHk, from Alls
trnlla. p in.
f S A. T Sliriman. Ilrtigulcrrc
from S.m Francisco.
F S A T Thomas
S.m Frani'lMO, due
'-A S S Anmngl.
the Colonies, due a m
Slmr Mlkiilmln. (Iicgory,
Miual, due a. in
From the Orient, per S. S. Nippon
Mum, Deo II For Honolulu. I. An
ad, M II. Christopher nml wife, II.
W. Colley nml wire, Mrs. S. S. Fuji
ynshl, lulniit mid Kvrvnnt; Misses I.
M. Harrison, Mrs. K. Knto, J. Len
nox, wife nml children; II. K. Mc-ln-lyre.
Ming A. Mclntjre. Mrs. K. Mori
molo ninl son. Itov T. Okomiira, II.
Khlhnumn. Carl Sprlngsfcld, S. Yn
glshilu. Through- V. F, Harm's.
Per Hlmr Klnaii for Illlo nml nay
ports. Dor II .1 T. McCrosscn, Mrs.
II. T Peek, MIhh Jones, Mrs. A, F.
JMcCorrlstnn, i:. C Peter. Mis. Cnpt.
.Walter mid children, Mrs. Wcry,
II) llniiclis. It It. Klgln. II. A. Ill j
1 mill C A Drown, M. It. Jnmlchon
The great Interest which .lapan .s
taking In the school question, since It
was brought Into tho limelight
through tho decision of thu San Fran
cisco School Hoard mid tho subsequent
,,r'.1"" "". Ihn ,"?1K"r u?, thc. 'rt'shlent
,ln . ,1,,, l?. ,(.(., ,nn ... I.ln.itlu I. a.... ....
,,,,l ,IV- ,11111,11.-. Il.in .', KIVIIII. 11', - C-Ji-
tended to Haw-all Julian, It appears.
wants in know how the situation Is
on tho Islands,
Japanese Consul .Mlkl linllu, who re
cently returned fiom a tilp o Hawaii,
stated today that ho had gone In that
Island to make nn Investigation re
garding tho conditions which existed
In tho matter of the school attendance
of Japanese chlldicn. Ho found Hint
Japanese children were all attending
schools and the attendance has Im
mensely Increased lie Instructed tho
parents In send their children In tho
Oovernmcnl schools llrst and then to
tho Japanese schools. Dining his lour.
Consul Snlto was well ieceled by the
managers of different plnulntlnns and
(hero were no complaints whatever of
any nature brought to his notice
While on Hawaii thu Consul advised
the Japanese laborers to slick In their
Jobs and not to leave for tho main
land. Ho Is confident thai with tho
good treatment they nro receiving
from plantations there will be n small
er number of laboiers going lo the
mainland than has hcrctofoio been the
In regard In (ho visit, which ho had
paid to tho Immigration Station yes
terday for tho purpose of seeing Com
nilssloncr Saigent whom ho fulled to
Unci the Consul said that the call was
merely lo return the courtesy shown
by Sargent, who had called nt (ho
Consulate while Salto wns on Hawaii.
Ho absolutely denied Hint ho had any
purposu of discussing any specific: mat
ter, such ns be was credited with by
ono of tho local papers. Saigent hud
irturned Ills call at fi o'clock jester
day evening, and had spoken highly of
I lie Portuguese) Immlginnta who ar
rived In tho Suverle.
Salto felt assuied that In splto of
tho situation created by the action of
the San 1'runelsco School Hoard, tl.e
friendly relations between (ho United
States and Jupan wero unstrained. He
declined that thu talk of an Impending
war was all a dream,
(ieorge HeiiBliull has been offered
the place of C It lliickland as Chief
Clerk of (he Secretary' olllce. and ha.
declined to accept
Governor Carter wired Ilenshd'l
asking If he would accept the place
, u monl. an anSttPr , rr
,. j ....... un ,..i.. . ....
Ceiictl irum iii-iibiiuii lumoini; nr ui-
Henshiill Is now managing the into
lli'ialil. mid II Is ov Idem tb.il lu pie
fern to stick to tho uowspaper business
lather than tackle (bo chief clerkship
at il'M per mouth.
Special Prices For
We make our goods
We guarantee their abso
lute purity and freshness.
Popcorn In all styles
and color. Candy Toys,
Rings and Canes.
Our Fine Handmade
Chocolate Bonbons made
fresh every day and pack
ed In Handsome Fancy
Boxes In various prices
make a very desirable
Order early to ensure
Honolulu Candy Go.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peaoh In liquid
form. Ask for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK3,
I hereby notify nil persons Hint I
will mil he responsible for any delitH
(onl rail eil liy my wife. Isnhcllo Sala
manca. (Signed) I.AZAItO SALAMANCA.
Honolulu, Dee, II. I!l"fl
Par Want Column See Pane Hlx
Japaneso man mul .wife for employ
inent In small family. Apply ronni(
ifii. Young Hotel. n:r,Mw
Light rubher-1 Ired buggy In good ioii.
lit Ion. Apply Hotel Stables, ,
- 3'lil Iw
Seasonable Goods for
Of every description for the chil
dren. Greater variety than ever.
He will be
Come and ace the fisaortment, hear the music
and let the children enjoy the candy.
WE AnE DISPLAYING A HANDSOME LINE OF
the kind that wear In Black,
NEW DRESS SKIRTS,
BLACK SILK WAISTS,
BLACK SILK ETONS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, FICHUS, LACE COLLARS, RIBBONS.
EMBROIDERED WAIST PATTERNS,
Bags for Ladies' and Children
nnnnsui wtrvwi wiriflffl"""
Fat Live Turkeys
We received by the S. S. Nebraskan this week some very fine
Oiegon corn-fed turkeys as plump as a partridge and they look
young enough to be very tender, If you contemplate having a
good dinner on Christmas the time to provide for It Is now, before
these turkeys, are gone, ORDER TODAY.
Hotel Street Store
for Santa Claus
here with Candies for
Music Every Night
Kerr & Co.,
White, Pink, Blue, and Navy, at
Meat Co,, Ltd.
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1906,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Corner King and
lIHihran & Son, S. F.
Catalogue now Ready
I UNION PACIFIC
MA, KANSAS CITT,
CHICAGO. ST. LODIS
' Ami All Principal Eaatsrn Paint.
! No Change
B mm your ticket raadi rla tkd
I Par foil Information eat em V
t. P. BOOTH, O. A.,
I Parry Building, San Franetaoa, Cat.
In a handsome, lowprlc
ed, holiday stock of
TOILET SCTS and
See Our Showing?
Honolulu Drug Go,,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
156 AND 158 HOTEL 8TRetT,
Oppoiltc Youuy Hotel.
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