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nVHNINO BULLETIN, IIOKOLTIU', T. 11.. Tl'nSIUV, JAN. 1, 1007.
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Wish You A
Happy New Year
Our Annual Sale
Tomorrow, Jan. 2nd
In. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Specials Give Assistant
When Assistant Sheriff Henry Vl'ln
IMllOPMl DII Ills llisl IllKllt lf OfllCO )CS'
li'idiiy uvenlni; ho was nurprlscJ by 11"'
liriHrtttnttnu of n diamond Klul emerald
tin iIiik. us u innrk if (lie reject nml
gratitude of lli special police- ollWcni
who hno kurvuil imiler liliu.
The following letter was read when
tilt; ling was presoiited:
"llenr C. Vlila, i:, Assistant She-
llT. County or Oulm, Honolulu.
'Dear Hlr: Wo, tho undersigned.
special police otllccrs, luembira of thu
iinlUii foiee of Honolulu. County o:
Oalm, as u mark of our appreciation
for tho ninny ikIb of kindness shown In
nt during our term of office, and iiImi
as ii token of thu friendship whleh
Mnils us together, roipieBt that )on ac
cent the eileliMed memento, with our
ulneeiesl rtlahos for a Happy New
Year and iJJcccss In our future undor-
Those whoso nnnicH appeared ns hIr
iintiui'H to the letter are Jos. Leal, J. I'
lllas Manuel I-enl. Call I-'. Ilose. Henry
Hspludn, Henry K. Sheldon, Hong Ke,
Yoo Yep, II Mild, 0. Apulia and Ueorgn
Dress Up for
HERE IS AN EXCELLENT LINE OF
Gent's Furnishing Goods
Pick out whdt you want from this list:
. Fancy Shirts, Hose, Saspenders and
They're just the thing for a present. Our
low prices will surprise you. Why not
come and ask what they are?
23 HOTEL STREET
Charles James, who resides on U
llha si i eel two doors niaiika of Kukul,
eoniiiillted suicide yesterday ufternoon
hy placing thu muzzle of u revolver In
his mouth nnd blowing his lirulus out.
Ilefoio committing Ills rash act hu
nred n hullel through IiIb wife's body
mid supposing she wis dead he killed
l.liuuelf. No reason for Hie contem
plated murder and sulcldo till bj found.
Tho neighbors ast-ert that as lur as
their observations went peace and har
mony prevailed In thu James home.
A neighbor named Nlrholas, on hear
ing the shotR fired, ran Into the James
homu and found tho man I) Ink' dead on
the bed and tho woman groaning with
pain In the corner and W1III113 for as
sistant. Jimum' llttlu ten-year-old
daughter was tho only 'witness to tho
tragedy and was speechless from terror
at tho terrible crime that had been
committed bcfori) her eyes. Tho ihiIIcc
worn nt onco notified and an ambulance
Rent lo lemovo tho wounded woman to
the hospltnl. The body of tho sulcldo
w.ih taken lo thu niorsue.
At tho hospital it was discovered that
tho bullet enteietl the wonmu's side
Just above tho hip and ranged down-
wurd through tho body. Thu wound In
very' dangerous nnd may prove futal.
A Jury was Immediately summoned
hy Deputy BheillT Kalaklela and uwoiu
In. nnd viewed tho body a little befoio
1; o'clock last night. They meet ugnln
A tlK-iiallbt r luvoher was used (o do
tho deed. Two chambers only were
Thu body of t lie Milclde wns lemoved
lo Williams' undcrtakliiR rooms, from
wheie the funeral wilt toko plaeo to
day The woman Ii in n very critical con
dition mid but llttlu holies for her iv
ii very uie eiiterlalued.
Arrival (Of Portuguese,
The nrrlvnl of tiio Portuguese who
enme on (ho Hmerle. and lime been ills
trllmtcd amoiiR tho various plantations
or the Islands has produied a very
crowded rondltlon In miiiio or tho
iichooh ot thu Territory. A law num
ber of thu new Immigrants were chil
dren. Ono of the IlidiHemontt which
broiiRht many of tho rortugiton! lo;
lluwiill wns tho pionilsu of fiee srhiml
lnu for their children.
Hut some of the schools wore nlread
lllled almost to tnelr dipurlt), and the
addition of' the l'oitugueM; has filled
them lo oveillowliiR. The matter was
brought to tho attention of tho Hoard
of Education yciterdu) by 11 communi
cation which was icuelved fioiu Mrs.
Oven-nd, principal of tho Walpahu
(Oahii I'lantatlon) school, wlio istntes
that slio has been compelled lo turn
uwuy numerous chlMn.11 fiom the'
school beeaiiFU of tho fact Hint there Is
no room for them. ,
Mrs. Overcnd states that on account
of tho fact that tho Portuguese ehll-1
(lien have, no knowledRe of HiiRllr.li, It
Is necessary to tako them all Into the
ictclvlng 100111, which atieady lias to
pupils. Theru are four teachers In (hoi
school and tho'seatliiK capacity is mil) I
20S. .Many of Ilia children who have
always lived ot Walpahu hae been
compelled to wait for an opportunity luj
enter tho school.
Superintendent llnbbltt tlioiiRht the
matter ought to bo passid up tothei
Lcglslatuie to remedy. He said that
It Is Impossible, to provide another j
loom, nil account of thu fact thut lhe
Depart input of Instruction Ib out ot In
cidental funds, luivlni! only "i cents
left mid but $32 In tho repair fund. It
has even been necessary for tho Super
intendent to bin row 110 worth of
stamps lo carry on Ills correspondence.
Mi. Kairlngtnn taid that tho matter
Is a serious one, as discontent Is liable
lo develop among tho Portuguese tt
they think that the piomlses of rreo
schooling for thu children nru not to be
fulfilled. It Involved thu possible suc
cess 'of a broad Immigration policy.
Slmllat conditions weru reported as
regards the school at A lea. Mr. Ilabbitt
said that ho oitld supply a teacher If
queaitcrs could be obtained. It wus
llunlly rosolvod lo place the luatlcr lie
foro tho plantation authorities and re
quest them to assist tho eduratloual de
partment In tho way of providing nc
conimodttlong for the children of the
A Careful Study
convinces the Intelligent I
buyer that there Is no I
other butter equal to or
even half as flood ae
Many years' experience
selling butter has taught
us a thing or two about
what good butter should
be. The result of our
study Is the fine QUALITY
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
PHONE MAIN 251
FREE OFFER OF
IN THE HEAHT OF THE CITY.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
Open Their New Plant for Business
Jan. 2, 1907.
We offer to do your first washing
free of charge If brought to our office
nnd called for when finished at the
corner Merchant and Alakea streets,'
between the hours of 7 and 12 each
day until further notice.
We only make this offer to convince
you of the high grade of work this
new plant will do.
Phone Main 484
You can heat the baby's bottle In one minute by simply turning
on the electric current Into ore of the new Ingenious water heaters
which we have now In stock.
No dirt, odor, danger of file and no waste heat.
The heater Is a neat little pan that you can place beside the
bed, on a table or bureau, anywhere. Very simple and useful,
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
Tel. Main 390
1 M j ian9n
THE ISLAND MARKET CLOSCD DECEMBER 31 AND
C0U3QLIDATCD WITH THE
January 1, 1907
The present management would be pleased to con',
tlnue to enjoy the patronage of old customers and In
vites that of new ones. The new telephone number will
F. W. KLEIN MANAGER
Do not continue eating meat that Is so tough that It will resist
the action of acid buy from us and get Ihe quality that does not
have to be made tender with a hammer. Our Stock Is Best.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Lti
'PHONE MAIN 49.
Tho annual Installation or Oceanic
Lodge No. 371, !'. & A. M., was held
last evening. It was followed by n
Joll) banquet. A goodly turnout ot
members pun ailed in splto of tho bad
wentliT unit Now years en deci
sions. l'asl Master C. (1. lloekus was tho
lusliilllng ollleer. Thu otllevrs Installed
weu ns follows; W. M., Chns. Hon; S.
V M. M. Johiifcou; J. , C. O. llait-
lett; Ticasiner, C. J. Do Itoo; Seeie-
tmy, P. Waldroit; Chaplain, J. I).
(laln-h; S. I)., It. l. llemrosu; J. a, J.
. I'almnr; Marshal, .1, II. Collins;
dt'jwimU, N. H. Kaliweather, O. J.
At tho meeting of tho Hoard of IM
ucattou jcstculay tho concurrent ies
olutloii concerning thu Agricultural
C'ollejo wns rend, and Mr. KiirrliiRtou
submitted tho icport of thu special
committee, of wlth.li hu Is chairman,
which was iipiHilntid to Investigate the
matter, It la.recomnieuded that u site
be belccted on this Island and bopic
wheie near Honolulu. Ml. 1'turlugUm
pointed out that an ORileultural col-
lego Is hot primarily n school where
fanning Is taught, hut an Institution
where advanced work Is given along
special lilies dlffeient riom tho elassl
cal studies puisued In academic
schools. For this reason theio Is no
necessity of locating tho (school In nil
agricultural district. Honolulu offer.)
greater advantages tliun an be found
In any olhur plaeo In tho Territory, n
It Is the center of activities
lilinlnaliiua is objected to on tho
ground that It Is not favorably loiated,
being In tlio heai t of n Miliar country
nnd away fiom thu advantages which
can bu obtained only in or near u illy.
Its etaudaid of scholaishlp is not such
that It could ljo eiuslly truusfoiiued In
to mi agricultural lollege. Huili a
com so, tho repoit hold, would be del
ilincnlal to the Interests or tho indus
trial school, and a bad beginning as
well for tho college.
Benny & Company,
SEWINQ MACHINES and BUYERS
. OF JUNK.
12G6 an-J 1268 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 488.
Is quite the rage. It will bo properly
shaped If ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA ST,
Many and varied wero the costumes
seen on tho lloor of tho skating rink
last night, and tho good old year ot
IBOB wns given a howling good bye by
tho crowd ol skaters who rushed from
one )cnr Into uuothur witii a total dis-
I'rgaid of Ufa and limb.
Tim prizes offered for tho best make'
up on tho tlnor woie captuied by Doug
Ins Damon, attired us n scarecrow
lady; Albeit Ilerupu, representing a
hobo, with Will Nowllii us tho hobo's
wife, and A. Darnes In a mass of rags
P, E R. Strauch
REAL ESTATE AQENT.
V1AITY BUILDINC, 74 KINO
PANAMA CANAl HI
Honolulu HUh School gets tho splen
did model. They lead by over 10,f,U0
votes, Tl, closing count in this con
tent Is shown be'ow
High School ,, ,
PI, I.oula College .,
Catholic Sisters School
I'liuoa School ,. b05
St. Andiew'H Piloiy ,. CIU
Kftluhinl School SU1
Mills Institute 481
Kuumimlll Lodge 510S, C. M. A. .. 1C(V
Kuaopua School , . 33
Pacific ItcboUah Lodge 18
OIIU Hialirh I.odgi , 22
lolanl College ZJ
Mallo Lodgo No 4, K. of I' S Ii
ST. Honolulu IMgliuerlnt' Absii. ...- Ob
Is troublesome to yourself
and annoying to those
around you. A box of our
Anti-Grip Tablets will free
you from disagreeable
sneezing and cure your
cold In a day.
& CO,, Ltd.
Our stock showing shows the re
cults of her work In trades and art.
You're welcome to look. Come,
Store open till 8:30 p. m. Saturday
till 10 p. m.
1120 NUUANU STREET near HOTEL.
H8IB H J!
inc. J 3
For Ovinr 60 Ytars
ied fr over .SIXTY
virlDu h. uir.T.mKH f V
.OOT1IUS Uio CHILD, 6CUTENB
ho UUIIS,. AX.UAVS ll ,P"i
i COLIC, slid U U
txstremedy for UIARIUIU; A. Sold
kuiu uuu s
Booth !nff SyrupandtaLo
bo other klnO. J CenU ft Bottle.
Now is the Time to Order
SODA WATER FOR
OUR SODA IS SCIENTIFICALLY AND
WHY NOT ORDER FROM US NOW?
HAWAIIAN SODA WATER WORKS
J425 Emma St. Phone Blue 1871
PANORAMIC VIEWS. Beautiful col
ored series of panoramic postcards of
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul And ship yout
snoods and tave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 King; St. Phone Main 58
Honolulu. The thing for a souvenir.
Hats, Mats.'Calabashes, Brasses, Pot-
tery, Tappa Cloths. HAWAII 4
80UTH SEAS CURIO CO., Alexander '
Blank books of all orts, ledgers
etc , tnaniifaotured by the Uulletln Pub
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OP
THE DPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
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