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The MACFARLANE RESIDENCE. Punahou
AND ONE-NINTH INTEREST IN PANTHEON PROPERTY, FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
At PUBLIC AUCTION, Dec. 31, 1906, 12 noon, at MORGAN'S AUCTION ROOMS
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd., agents
nUinOrO--- Particulars at our Office
UhIIuIu ""Corner Fort and Merchant Streets
IV VTi-r 9'
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
huo VnUO H, N3W TO-UA.Y, for Now Ada.
A liouso in Ilo or six rooms, nlttialcil
either In Manna or Wnlklkl. must
lie In good repair. Address "P. S ."
llnllctlu Olllce. 3D3U-tr
Vlmt-elass. Krrncli ehcf desires In tako
eh.irgo of catering for dinner i,irtlosj
mill banquets. Address "N H . llnl-1
ItonniH single nr en hiiiI) Tortus eiinv I
lnHl accommodations Just tie"
place for saving iniiney to Htnnll'
wage-earners. Come atul try. The'
Now Km Hotel. Kort St. bet. Vine
yard ami School Sts. 3191 tf
Collage to let on Herotanln St. Three
hcdrooim and all modem convenl
rncrs. Just newly painted InsUlo
Jinit out. Rent cheap. Apply at of
"llec of Knplolanl Estate. 3510-tf
Cool, mosqulto-proof rooms; also J
looms furnished for houiekecplng.
'Alal.c.i Hoiibe. 1077 Alakea St. I
Cottarcs In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., maukn Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Em
ma St.; rent rrajonablo . 3401-tf
Nly furnished mosquito proof rooms
t XI Vineyard St 2721-tf
Lund In the city with a frontage of
11", feet on King Street. Ground
rent will glvo purchaser eight (8)
por cent. net. Lessee pay taxes
and nil other assessments and keeps
buildings on land Insured fur bene
fit of Lessor. Tor further partlcu-Inr-i,
apply to John 1'. Colburn.
Mr. .liuiieH A. Low will sell from his
kcnnclH a number of choice joung
bloodhounds, which aro Hiiltnblo for
watch dogs for country or Miburba'i
homes. Address Alca, Oahil.
A Ilabrock Dispatch News Press, fold
er, etc., complete, good condition.
Apply Hullctln olllce.
Y'e Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith
Vmltli St., lie) Hotel nnd Pauahl.
Mr. Jat. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
AH orders should be left at the Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. Phone
291 or Cottage No. 1, Hanlel'ea Lawu.
For house-help, phone White 2S91, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
eor. pensacola nrvl ncretarfla.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
bulletin rIvos a complcto summary of
tho ncwo of tho dny. For SI a yar.
You had better start the Jj
New Year right In your office )
with the use of a Loose Leaf j'l
Ledger outfit. .We have every '(
thing. .CASES for .orlglnnl .'(
records, all forms, and trans- If.
fcr cases. )t
Experts pronounce this syt j'i
tern the best. .k
t? Hawaiian Office
jV" Specialty Co,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin, I
BgK for Mutuliinj;
llarred Plymouth Hock. Wlilto Ply
muiitli Itocl.s; lllnclt Minorca;
Wlilto Mtnnrcns, White Leghorns. A
low choice blrils for sale. Telephone
White 31. L. C. Allies. 35r.Ctf
01.1 mm well established lodging house
within two block oi Fori lllld KltiK
street riflccn room thoioiighl', fur-iilh'ii'-l
All room now occupied.
Slum large prolli Aiil) S. Nonr,
Kiitilolnul lluildinj, ar,7l-lw
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
ater, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements, Two min
utes' walk from cart and Punahou
College. Addien R. P.. thli office.
In South Kotia, So.nno acres of lar.d ns
n whole. Address S. Norrls, Walo
hlnu, Hawaii. 3550-tf
Squabs hi any quantity. Knlmukl
Heights Zoo 3172-tf
Two r S Shlnplng Commissioner Do
Kslt lecelpts payable- $30.00 to II
HitlwirM'ti. $lo.(iu to Wm. Crawford
Payment on these rrrclptB has been
ltclweon Pnlama rice- flehls and Kn
mehamelin IV lload, small bluo enat,
double brenbted, Howard If left nt
this olllce. 2573-21
A PURSE TAKEN.
Will the lady (known) who took a
purse this morning from tho counter
In Isoshlmn's store, on King street,
return it to tho owner at Kaiulun!
I offer t:ie uIkivc reward to tho per
son that will give Information that
will lend to the ipturn of the two
mango casts taken from Poultr Show
e.hlbll December 22
3373-3t OCUUITT P. WILUHIt.
The Weekly Edltlob or the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tan newt of the da. For jgl year.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
Ibhcl. Takatn, 12S4 l'ort St.
See Haitlnga for repair of Locks,
Key., Music Ifoiej, Baarponiag of
Fine Cutlery, near Union drill
For a nice, tmooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhop, 1111 Kott St.
Wank books of nil sons, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uulletlo Pub
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 383. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. ft.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.! CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
li kept on file at C.
PAPERI C DAKE'8 ADVER-
1 T I E I N G AGENCY,
124 Saniome St Qan Trancltco, CM.,
where contracts for advertising can
be made for it.
The Hev. .lames I Partem, I), 1),
superintendent of missions for tho
American Hoard of CommlsslonerK of
foreign Missions, was heartily receiv
ed iwtorilny as he came ashore from
(he .Mongolia by a large deputation of
the Hawaiian Hoard.
At the resilience of P. C. .lones a
lunch wim served In honor of l)r. liar
Ion, nt which Hie principal members
of the Hawaiian Hoard mid their
wiles were present.
Coiernor Carter extended a ur
tordlnl welcome to )r. Harlon, with
whom ho rhntted pleasant l for about
twent minutes In his olllce.
The Doctor remarked that many
Oranges had taken place In mid about
Honolulu Klnco his last lslt.
"That was n time of changes lieio,"
lemarknii tho Doctor, "and thero was
n good deal of excitement. It was be
tween my going to tho Orient ami my
return tluit tho transformation or the
Cm eminent occurred.
"It is lniiosslblu nt present to say
whetlier I shall return this win. My
especial inlssloii Is the Inspection of
tho Hoard h missions In China. I shall
visit Jnpa ily Inclilentnlly, stiilng
lliuru but three or four weeks.
"Possibly I may visit other iiiIsbIoii
fields on tho way home. Yes, I was
formerly n missionary In Turkey."
Thcio was a grand reception and
rally at Kuwalalino L'hiirrh in iim
Jeieulng. Nearly all tho ministers In
thu city were present. The nudlenco
was largely composed of whites, al
though other nations were represent
ed ny scatterings here and llioiu.
The regular Kawalahao choir sang
Ilielr choicest songs assisted by .Mrs.
Judil ut the organ.
On thu platform were P. C. Jones,
president of the Hawaiian Evangeli
cal Association; hCv. James L. Par
ton, lepresentlng thu American
Hoard, and in whose honor the meet
ing was held; Item. Hiram lllngham,
John (lullck.'ll. II. Parker, J. W. Syl
vester, Snares, Tliwlng, Scuddur, Na
knniurn, O. T. fliillrk, Krank Damon,
Hath, Horno .Tlmoteo, hove nil other
Hawaiian clergjmen and V. It. Cus
tie. At one siago of tho meeting the
windows on tho mnkiil sldo of the
building hud to be closed to shut out
the noise crented by boiiio Iiojk on tho
outside It was with tllfflculty that
the lemnrks of .Mr. Jones could bo
heard at times.
.Mr Jones announced that tho meet
ing wns called on behalf of tho ll-t
wallan Hoard to extend n hearty greet
ing to their visitor, who was on his
way to Inspect foreign missions In the
Pur East. ,
Itov. .Mr. Tliwlng, representing the
Chliici-o churches, spoko on behair or
those in whom ho was largely Inter-
sted. lie said that to tho Hawaiian
Hoard was largely duo tho progress
of Chinese In Hawaii toward ChrU
Iluv. .Mr. Nakamiirii welcomed for
the Japanese church, Itov. .Mr. Snares
for tho Portuguese and Iluv. H. 11
Parker for the llawallans. Ilu said:
"No Hawaiian should permit a lepie
tentathe of the American Hoard to
pass through without extending him n
hearty aloha, for they owed a debt of
gratitude to that Hoard for favors they
had leeelved. It was not so many
years ago." said .Mr. Parker, "that the
missionaries In Hawaii wero n part of
that organization Only St yciim ago
tho elder Hiiigham prenched his first
sermon In Hawaii, nearly on this spot,
to unclad, benighted llawallnns, while
today wu liavo heio icprcscntntivcH
of ncarlj every nationality on tho fnco
of tho globe. Then tho mlsslonarlcD
camo to picach tho word of Clod to
men nnd women who lived In dark
Less, while today all nations camo to
hear the Woul."
Selections by Hid Knmchnmeha Dice
Club wero followed by the Itov. J. W.
Sylvister, who extended a gieetlng
from tho Christian i hurt-hen.
Alter being Introduced to tho audi
ence. Dr. Ilurton remarked that ho bo-
lieieil ho was u member of tho profes
sion that talked. His tlmo hud nil
been taken up io (owing tho grand
sights of this magnificent city, but If
he had pn-pared n hundred speeches
the would hale been valueless when
Lompdu-ii with the remarks that had
bn dr-i.ieied In the meeting He
'poke of the magnificent hospitality
ol Ilu pt-upli' mid the stieiiiious life, a
condition not conduct! to WusliiuKtim
INTEREST M1V Ml
As Saturday eenlng nppniarhes In
terest Is growing In the opening or the
Hotel Ilaths, Just nt present this re
mrt Is the talk of the town nnd If
inlhiislasm counts for anything this
Institution Is destined to become the
most iHipular amusement proposition
that has ever been placed before thu
Tho hist two evenings the Hawaii
nu Swimming Club hns been practicing
for l he opening of tho Ha'Jis on 'Satur
day night. The program that has hem
airnngci! by the club calls for all sorti
of fast and fancy Hwimhilug and div
ing. Sunday morning nt 7 o'clock the
Haths will open for regular business
nnd It Is expected that every suit In
the establishment will go out on this
George I'recth, one of the greatest
swimmers nnd divers In this or any
oilier country, has been engaged by
the Hotel Ilaths Co. to act as swim
tiling master and mniinger of tho tank
(leorge Is well and favorably known
In athletic circles and a better man
for this position could not be found.
Those who ileslio to learn to kwIiii
will be taught by Kreelh and bis
hands will be kept full by thoso desir
ing to learn this henlthrul art.
People seem to luiMi a mistaken
Idea as to the tlmo they can swim.
The Baths will bo (ipen every day In
the week from 7 n. in. In 10 p. m., in
cluding .Sundays. Hot li ladles nnd gen
tlemen call swim nt any time except
lug Tuesdujs and rrldnys. Everv
Tuesday and Friday morning tho
Ilaths will be turned oier to thu Indies
exclusively and no men will bo allow
ed In the building. On these sumo uf
teruoous the business men will bao
the tank and no boys or women will
be allowed. The right or admission
will always bo reserved.
Itemember that i.ie Ilaths open on
Sunday morning at 7 n. in. for busi
ness. NEW FIREJURM BOX
The Honolulu I'lro Department In
lnll-.I u new fire alarm box this morn
lug at the corner of Nuuiiuu stieet and
Heretaiila avenue. The new box wlu
lie known as No, 18. Klre alarm box
No. 12, which wns formerly located at
the above named corner, will bo In-
s'.al'ed at the inrm-r of Hotel and Ke
Ah a test of the newly established box
No. is nu alalia or Hie was runs in nt
about 10:30 tills morning. Everything
worked to the lompleto satisfaction of
the lire dnp.iltineilt.
Sexen new Isixes are to bo Installed
In Hie near rutuie, of which dun notice
will be given as to their location.
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers
ttc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
"and It Is Ibis hospitality that prove.!
to mo that I am In American terri
tory, for nowhere else could such n
greeting lie extended." Ho told of his
experience In Turkey and described
mo armory or his natlvo'guldo ns they
left ConstantlnoMo for a Journey. At
night they slept together In the sumo
btable and weio told In 'thu morning
or several lobberlcs and murders that
had taken place on the road they woio
to take. When ho asked tho guide ir
It was safe to make tho'jouniey, ho
leeelved assurance fioiu him that it
was, jin lie was a member of that
gang. "And I feel tonight, after hear
lug jour Kind words, that I am ono of
you." lie iipoke of tho work of tho
American llourd In foreign lands, ro
Intlng a conversation ho had had bomo
years ago villi l.ord Northcoto In
Domini). In which the highest trlbuto
possible was u.ild In tho missionaries
of the American Hoard by that digni
tary Itefeicm-e was mailo to tho ro
nuest or (he Chinese rommlsslnneis
vvlio United the I nlted Stales u Tow
J ear. i ago.
Aflei outlining his nliins to bo nur
btieil after anlvlng at tlin Ear East,
ho ihitiked (he people warmly for
their greeting and added that they
could not lunula.' the iiinniint of en.
nun i". twin Im had ri celled nt Ihelr
The men.i.g no ed oj thoso pres
ent inMnn T,,fn ne the Tie that
Hindu Itei t.iilit-k pronounced tho
I Think now about spending the year,
end pleasantly. The last dance at
HALEIWA was such a success that
the management has decided to repeat
it on the 29th of this month. He has
arranged with the Kaal Orchestra to
play at a concert and dance on that
date and to have music all day Sun
day. On that day there wilt be a golf
and tennis tournament at which, It Is
expected, a large crowd will be pres
ent. You may write the manager,
ST, CLAIR DIDGOOD, for accommo
dations. ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD,
FINE AND FAT.
CALL EARLY FOR THE BEST.
Tel. Main 109
Phone MAIN J47
All sizes; white and fancy colors;
priced from 50 cents up to 3)1.25.
C. K CHOW
COR. KING AND RIVER STREET8.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F, L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
eor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
JU CURE YOURSELF.
CURES sl t till f.r iinnilni.l
Q.4t..w4 1. ,.,..,
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V Clrriihr -ni ,i rr-imtt.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
o)Jption made to order. Boiler work
arid RIVETED PIPE8 fo. Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid ,to JOB WORK, and reoalrs
executed it shortest nolle.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
P. H. Burnetts,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loans, Collection.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phones: Office Main 310; Ret.Wh.1S41.
COAT AND PANTS
CLCANED AND PRESQCD FOR
PHONE MAIN 467.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT 8TREET.
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COL,
See Uo for Novelty Advertising
Foreign and Local,
GEO. C. LA MONT.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Retl Cttate, Mortgage, Loans snd In
Office: MrHnWra Bldii., Honolulu. T.H
P, O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141,
938 FORT ST.
The Christmas season Is upon us
and no doubt you are wondering what
to give your husband or wife for a
Christmas Box, What about fixing up
that den or sitting room? We have
Ideas you can have them.
Signs of Christmas S S Signs.
Bishop Trust Co.,
Several acres In Manoa Valley. Beau
tiful site, overlooking Diamond Head
and the Ocean. $500.00 per acre.
A Fine Residence on Kinau Street.
Four Bedrooms. Large Lot. Servants'
Quarters, &c $5,000.00.
Bishop Trust Co..
la not a Luxury; It is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MA8SACHU8ETT8.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL TOT ATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA.
TED, Properties and Business of all
l.inds 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 LANB MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
b Building lots In Manoa Valley, 12
acre each, $1000 A lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong.
Telephone Main. 407. P. O. Box 795,
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMDER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Wmism T. Pai.v.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDL'M
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Rrldin:e 'Phone Blue 2311
5jB-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
i. P. COOKC Mitaf'
H. P. Baldwin President
I. a. Castle Vie President
V. M. Alexander ..Second Vic Pre.
L. T. Peck .....Third Vic Pre.
I. Waterhouse .'. Treasurer
, C. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHAN1S and
Hawaiian Commercial 6ur C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahutul Railroad Company.
Hslrr.kala Ranch Ccmoany, ,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
;; Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walatua Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 8L Louts, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The NeW England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Th Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
tfra. 6. Irjrvin & Co., Iti
WM. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKELS..1st Vice Pre a.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pre.
H, M. WHITNEY Treaturer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Franclti.ii,
Western 8ugar Refir.lng Co., San Fr,i.
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turera of National Ccn Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., tin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN 8TREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., O mea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugrr Co., The Planter
Line of San Francisco Packets, Chas.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets,
LIST OF OFFICERS;
C. M, Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ser; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insuranc Co.
Ith FLOOR. STANGENWALD BLDG.
W. a. IKWIiU CO., LTD.
A01JNT3 TOR Till
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, r.ng.
Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
Ocottleh Union i. National Ins. Co. of
Fire Association of Philadelphia,
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Lta,
Wilhelma of Magdcbiisfl General Insur