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EVKNINII mjl.t.nTIM, HONOLULU, T. II.. FIUDAY. JAN. 1, 1D07.
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Friday, December 28. l'JOO, of the
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t, Tuesday, Dec. 25. ...Christmas
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ISKAI, December, Anuo Domini
P. H. IIUHNETTE,
Nntsrr Public. First Judicial Circuit
.JAN. I, 1!07
You can nlas Iraco n small limn
by tho jietty nets with which he
marks his trail through life
All stenmers coming to port wlih
rciorlH of pleasant weather makes II
certain Hint Honolulu hns'(niuiutulnud
Its reputation for holding tho center
of tho stage in Pacific Ocean happen
Promotion of local enterprise Hint
works in with the Promotion Commit
"tio's endcuvor to make pleasant the
Ktay of tourists, Is a boosting cam
' palgn that helps Just where,. Iielr
Patrons of the Pacific Mall lino wilt
bo plensed to learn that Captain Saiin
ders may remain with tho stcamei
Miincliurla. Tho ship could not have
I. moro careful illicit, especially after
his most recent experiences.
,A prominent Itusslnn says Hint Sec
. retury Itoot Is nldlng Japan Iu Its op
position to'ltusslan plans. This should
Interest San l-'rauclico In Its anxiety
to make an offensive nnd defensive al
Imucu ngiilust Administration policies
There Is one section of those hither I
to "out" but now "In" that Is lining
up for tho prettiest season of boss
into Imaginable. And It Is not tlio sec
tibn Hint has been In tho breustworks
of party loyiilty, nnd steadfastly do
mundlug honor and common honesty
,ln political work.
. i !
William llandolph Hearst makes a
very rush assertion when ho says that
.never again will ho become ii canill
imiu lor iMiiiic oill.e. ...uier no .-.
forgotten Hint times may change ot
thu things said of him during thu Now
York campaign got wuy down undei
his skin ntnl iitado him properly soru
Any loprcselitatlve of the Leglsla
litro who will take tho trouble to learn
jMvlli find Hint thero Is nono nsuo mix
f tons to seruro prucitcui suggestion nun
assistance than Ihimo selected to
Irnino Itcpubllcuu part) measures
Much that hus been credited to lcgls
! lntorh-olecl bears nil apparent relation
to' tho old legislative habit of talking
! long on how It should bo done but nth-
j erwlr," withholding thu shoulder to the
Tho late Henry E. Illghton wns n
2 man of rcmuikublo vigor nnd gieat
7 anility. A California pioneer, his ca
J rter wns us varied and ilctiirvbf)uo as
J any of tho leading llgutes of a period
4 when tho great western empire wan
Sin tlio rough. To say that Hawaii
dealt kindly with Judge Illghton Iu
Vhls declining years would bo to volco
wfmt tho Judge In courteous charity I
? always said, hut unfortunately hud lit
i tic, cause In his heart to feel.
? "' . j
1 A diuputch has been sent out ftom '
Washington to the effect thut tho suit '
cien. Interest of tho Intcistnto Com i
meres Commission In llurrlman's mil, I
i roads was inbilted lndliectly by liar
rlman himself, It Is bald that tho rail
5 way magnate culled Mr. Uooauvclt nn
I pleasant names and tho Congressman
' with whom ho talked stralghtwuy ro
J tailed tho story to lloosuvelt, Tho
V Piosldent may bu us utuull as thu yutu
suggests, but the.story linn nil tlio cnr
murks ot being Hnrrimnn's. Ainl Just
now Iio'h t ho nun up a tree, ntnl hlr
1 1"1" rf view, therefore, prejudiced.
' MAINLAND MONEY MARKET.
Tight mono) linn lieen Hie foaturo
mf the mainland money miiikel for
such n long period Hint It linn been n
serious Inclor In the transaction of
I uslnoss IhioiiRliout tho country. A
similar condition hus Indeed prcviilled
In every nione) center of the world.
European centers have been hnrd
pressed for coin nnd the extraordinary
shortage of funds hns led llnnticlers ol
Snii i-'rnnclxen to lo.lll C.lll niollov to
New York and Loudon nt very high
rates of Interest
Evurj hanker of llio country has
studied tlio Hlluatlon und'thu
cnttses IcndltiK up to It. The unlvorsil
conclusion liax beun Hint the shorttigo I
of fundx has been due to speculation. J
Tor more iliaii one reason It Is liupor-'
tnnt tli.it tills prediction prove true.
II the hi i luiti'iicy wero not tho result
of speculation It would mean that tlio
lountiv was on the verge of n great
financial upheaval Hint would carry
i mnm n wreck In Its wake.
Tho financial circular Issued by Hon
i Clows under date of Decemb.'r 22
'gives u review of the market which
ouiiflriiiH the diagnosis of the financial '
doctors for some weeks past. This
" Events of the week nliundautly
1 roved the correctness of tho persist
tut Intimations In there advices that
liquidation was the only cure for Hie
present nhnormal condition of Hie
money market. Severe declines liavo
tnkeu place In several of tin, higher-
nrlced shares: nnd the situation' was
somen hat Improved In conscn,uonce.
IPjtIOu the lower level there was buying
by sluing parties of tho stocks which
'""' omv" lHt' heaviest breaks
lor the firm llnie In mouths n few liar-1
ffniii hunters made their nppenrnnco in """"I demands for financing now en
the Street, their purchases aiding In I lerpflscs nriil especllilly the Increased
checking Hie rullier sensntlonnl do- 'fucllltlcs iif onr grbnt rnllniad sys-otitic-
of Wednesday Inst. The euro-1 ''" Tliorti'lll'inahilil nns of nn exlrt
live process which hns beetl going on ordinary Mlarnctor; tho threo systems
thiKiKli unwelcome to tunny is tho1 "rent Nor'thern. St. Paul, ntnl North
c.nly thorough nnd effective, ono. Llq I"" Pacific having nlono nulhorlzcil
i.ldatlon Is the only means of righting ifonitnltmetits or jr,(),000,OOO now cap
tho money market. Nelthoi more cur- during the next two venrs. When
i.uc nor currency reform at this 'to this amount Is added tho ruciulro
time would drlng the relief enual to
that produced by liquidation. Tho con
gestion In Hie stock market Is largely
rtrpousllile for tlio congestion In the
money market. When nn Individual
hut. a severe lit of Indigestion n strong
done of physic Is ndmlnlxtcrcd nnd
n-MiM Al rH
Trust Company, Lid.
i has taken over the agency of
rwt Iff J 1
j Kll3UCi3 YOlOBIlO
and is prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re
turn via either Hllo or Honuapo.
In this connection It has opened an
iitiunuiniiw v uuniMU
I ,or the bencft of Tour,ts and otherI( I
?nd w gady luppy oenerJ nfo(.,
; matlon In this line, or suggest an (tin
ernry to any part of the Territory. .
This department will be In charge
of Mr. JNO. A. PALMER, who will
endeavor to see that visitors to Ha
waii are shown Its many attractions.
Real Estate Dep't.
McCully Street $20.
Berctanla Street $40.
Aloha Lane $1R.
King Street $35.
Nuuanu Street $50.
Cor. Pensacola and Klnau $40,
Nuuanu Street $30.
Matlock Avenue T. . .$30.
Klnau Street $20.
Matlock Avenue $25.
A two bedroom hou, stable, etc.,
on a lot 200 x 300, eight minutes' valk
from car line.
For one week from Jan. I, I90J we
will accept $2500. for above property.
Hen.) Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant Sts,
I "ZlVflMH(I&T COMPANY.
i .XAvir ViytiDoinSicsK&ni.
i tij mi-i
SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES
. OF HAWAII'S NEXT LEGISLATURE
Kicqucnl icfiiests have been made ot the lliillcHu for the names mid
icsldcnco of members of the incoming Legislature. The follow In" H"1 'a
made ftom the authentic tecords ot the Kccictniy's otllce-
County. P. 0. Addiem.
1' : Onhit, Honolulu,
r.; Ilnwnll, lllto.
Chllllngwotth, Chns, I'; Oaliu, lion.
Coelho. William .1.; Maul. Wnllul.tt.
Dim sett, .1. M O.ihu, Honolulu,
(latid.ill. .1. K.: Kauai, l.lhue.
Ilaypcldeii. A. N. ; Maul, Lnhalnu.
Hewitt, tl. C; Haw., Wnlohlutt, Kau.
Knlamn, S. E.; Maul. Makiivvno.
Kuuilseu, Eric A,: Kauai, Kckah.i,
l.:i lie, .lohn C: Oahu, Honolulu.
MrC'nrth.i, ( .!.; Oahu, Honolulu.
Mnkcknii, It. II.; Hawaii, llonol.aa,
Smith. William O.; Oahu, Honolulu.
Woody, Palmer P.; Hawaii, Kohala.
Mini effects n cure
Tho stock mar-
I ! ti iu itmiilftil flint tlttil nf t i-rttit mnti t
v nun iiviiivi) iiiiii nuiii im vox lilt
foi some time pnst. The truth Is, one
supply of loanable capital hns been
practically exhausted by the activity
bu-dncss. by IiIkIi prices nnd by nn
metits of tho Pennsylvania, tho Van
clerbllt. nnd tho lliirrlman systems, It
will bo seen that much ot the present
stringency In New York Is duo to the.
extraordinary demands of tlio rail
tnnds, rendered Imperative by their
Inability to handle present truffle ie
In u tnblo which gives tho demands
c:l tho railroads alono upon tho niur
!cet, Clews shows that Increased rnll
way stock Issues totaling l,ni7,7G2,
nun. have been authorized, of which
;iKl,3ll,'Jt). has been recently Issued
or Is contemplated In tho very near
l ul lire. In addition to this over !WV
U0U.O0U. of now mining slocks hnvo
been put- on the market. After thu
middle of January easier conditions
I ought to prevail, says Clows, though'
high Interest rntes iiiuy, noverthclcss
I bo expected for months to come, nnd
mother critical period must bo faced
when tho usual April settlements are,'
due. llv olio inealiH or nnotlinr llu-riv
has been n tremendous Increase- In oui'J
I currency supply; yet tho senrclly or
i funds will tcninln so long us high
prices nnd business activity contltiuo
to absorb such largo stiniB. With tho
jcloso of tho year, conditions nro it'i
Ifiivoralila to speculative activity, at
Itentl.m being largcl) devoted to tho
?S250 WILL BUY A HOME.
438 FORT ST.
Tha the past month's
selling has been the heav
iest In our experience, our
stocks are such that we
are'preparcd to serve your
wanto in the Dry Goods
line Just as well as be.
fore Christmas. '
Our advance purchases
for Spring Delivery w'ill
begin to arrive about Jan
uary 1st, and we hope
this year to be several
weeks In advance of tho
usual time for Spring
N.iiiich. County I " Address.
Akiui, Charles; Hawaii I'uco. llllo.
Alawii, David, Ilnwnll. Kolluu, S.
(.'astro, A. I).; Oahu. Honolulu.
Coney, J. H.j Knunl, l.llmo.
Coucn, S. P.; Oahu, Honolulu.
(Ionics, Anloiie J.j Ilnwnll. Olnn.
'Holstcln, 11. I,.; Ilnwnll. Kohuln.
Hughes, .lohn A.: Oahu. Honolulu.
Joseph, Levi I..; Maul, Klpahuln.
Kuhnmi, Simon l ; Hawaii.
Knliinn, .lohn, Mniil, I'flla
Uunlho, II. M.; Ilnwnll Kolinla.
Kalco, .las. II. S.; Oahu. Honolulu.
Kulrlopii, A. S : Oahu, Honolulu,
Kalinin, Joseph; (ntiu. Honolulu.
Keoull, .1. N., Ilnwnll Wulolilnii,
I.cleiwl, Wm. K . Oahu. Knucohc.
Long, E. A. C: Oahu. Honolulu.
Inline, 8. K.; Oahu, Wnlalun.
Moannull, .1. W.: Hawaii, Hnuoknn.
Nnlllmn, Wm. It.. .Ii . Ilnwnll, Ml
Naknlckn. Joel: Mnluk.nl, llalawii.
Pall. Phillip; Maul, Ijihaltiu.
Paoo, J. I,.; Oahu, Honolulu.
(ulmi, E. V.; Oahu. Honolulu.
ftnwllns, Wm. T. ; Oihu, Honolulu.
Itlre. Chas. S.; Kauai, l.lhue.
Sheldon, Wm. Jarrctt. Knunl, Will-
Slhn, John 1.; Kauai. Elecle.
Wulwnlolc, Muses T . Muni, Walltil.u.
closing of accounts, and muklng nr-
rnniT.irii ntt I tt fitt I Iwi ofttitfntr ttittf Mtinli
i mini site in r awi iiiv loioiob villi I'Mivii
criticism hus been Indulged In regnrd-
lug sonio of tho recent stock Issues
dot only ns to the method of Issue, but
also ns to tho amount of wntor Inject
id by mentis of the sale of rights.
The mainland market of ccfursu hns
n bearing cm Ilnwnll, but wo nro In thu
fortunate position of being nblo to
Inko advantage of the opportunities
for high Interest. Not slnco thu boom
has tho flnnnclnl imisIIIoii of this Ter
ritory been stronger Ih.tn It Is today
Overdrafts with mainland houses hnvo
been very generally paid up nnd tho
Territory has n "surplus for Investmeu'
In llrst-eluss securities
(ABIE ABOUT IHTON
California Commaiidery No. 1.
Knights Templar' has been sent n
A,..I.I..JH..t I... vtl... II..U lt. .11, A.r...
I lWll-flMll It) IMMJl'll illlll, .11 Bllll'llll
Master of Hawaiian Lodge No. -21. I'.
& A. M., nsklng for Instructions as to
what dls.'Kisltlon shall be made of the
lemrtlns of the Into Henry E. Illgli'ou.
Until an nnswer has been received noj
urriuigcmcnts will Im jiiads.
nWFr.Re.nJ'.'.Mr4a an silt at
th tTtitretln office.
I ' '
IF YOU ARE LOOKINQ
SOMETHING 8TYLISHj . '
WE WOUJCb LIKE Tq'1'
SHOW YOU A NEW
We have many new ideas
In BRACELET8 this year
and AT ALL PRICES.
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1288 FORT ST. near OERETANIA,
8ewinu machine for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others wilt want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Just received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
10 BEIT HON
Iloss Kinney of Hie Demoe allt-
party vvns In conference this nftoinoon'
with W. (!. Arhl, the iiurposo of llie
exchnnge of Ideas being wnyn and I
luinns to "do tin" Sam Johnson nnd '
carry the boss's point of "anv Nid but
Aclil hns n list of charges ngali,nti
liillllain tl 111 nil (l I'n 1mictli(' Itll I I llit.tt I
nmounting to nnythtns nro pure Invc n-,
tlons nnd nbsoliitcly fnlse.
No reoorts hnve b"eti received here
from the Wnhlawn dam since Deci.i
tier .11, when thero was "O'i fect of
water J n tho rcicrvolr, which -(!
I lien contain but ?Mj feel more. Ii h
expected that tho rains which 'u-vo,
fnllen since tlial date Invc jmw tilled'
Hie reservoir, so Hint It Is now p-ob-l
nbly running over tho dam. I
2 1.0(1 Japanese suicides
As the Nippon Maru was enlcilng
the harbor this forenoon a Japnnis"
on bonrd her jumped from the v.m..ci
Into Hie water and sank. The it'in: wu.
drowned. The Young Druthers Initnch
llrothcrs Is dragging tho hnrlmr for tho
A soeelal meeting of members ol tli)
Commcrclnl Club will be held nt the
Ilnwnll Promotion Commltteo roonM
Saturday evening nt 7. SO.
A wholesale house advertises In the
lliilletlu want nils today for u aalei
Count Boni Is
In More Trouble
Count llonl dc Caslellauo Is to ap
pear In tho Cilniltial 'Court, now, on
iMinplnllil of Mute, (loilat's servants.
Ever since Hie dlvor.o derision fie
Count has hc.n pestering ills fuo.er
wife, nsklng foe an Interview
Count llonl, licensed al tho C .Uiile-H
k.-cplng nliHjf fi-ini him, -l-i-i-euiel to
I Htortii the citadel. He ai rived on Thurs
day evening at tho Castellan- -iluuld
mansion and haughtily picsmti-d his
(aril. He was refused uilmlttnuco I v
tin. couclerge, whereupon Count II ml,
in great anger, struck the couckrgo
villi Ills c.tnc and lloorcl lili.i.
Instantly tho llunkcys mid ii'i'tii.'s
of Mine. Gould's establishment rushed
tt tho rescue of the conclcrg?. Thevoislon was ngnlnnt the uppllrant
ensued a fight. Count llonl win n'.ci -
loweied ntnl Ignomluloiisly tlno-.vn I made ntipllc-nllon for nnturallzatlou In
liodlly Into tho muddy road, it.ivlngin I-Vilcr.il court In Clilcugo. and in
with linger nnd covered wt.li mud
Count llonl hailed u enh mid derfi'cd
from the scene of tho conlllc'
A complaint wns lodged In tlio Crim
inal Coutt by the concierge, .huiglni.
Coutil llonl with assault and bat icry.
Cargo Of Hemp
Me-srs. Smith, Hell . Companv ves -
terdn.v dlsnakhcd Hie steamer Sciter:i
for New York via Ccbu with 1,3,000
1.1-Ioh ol lieniji. Tho VJi-wl nisei carried
(Oil bales ol kapoc. a kind of Phil!; , l..o
cotton. This Is tho llrst shlpnienr ol
lie.- nrtlclo which hus been ma-p from I
Ibii Philippine Islands but It is cNpcct-j
. ii that Hie trade In it vil! luciou-c
r.iim now on until It noonies q"i; a!
H-ady export. Manila 'llnier, l).-e. I.
FAMINE IN IVORY
Tjlic piQperties.if iLroy aie
markalilo tha 'HkUkjoiIIi'Ic
nicrrcrlt reupWi0emss'of Im
uplerfh'emss of Its own an
being different Iipuuauy other sub-
stance., II is cr))giitil(.jolsln, but un
like, most organic; substances, docs no',
decay with ago; Indeed the best Ivutj
Ititpioves with ngo, nnd nil "haul
Ivory" Is taken from 'lie links of ele
phants which have been dead ninny
years, soinntlmcs Lcntiiilcs. It uccitis
'ii-ungo that after nil this scasoulns an
Ivorv bllllati" ball rrciire8 I ho grculcif
cuie, iiiiin"ciintcly after niukjug. to pre-,
vent Its cracking fioiii sudden cliangiHl
or temperature. They tun usually kept
in a risjin of even tenipcriilttlo livo in -
Wf. clays after being turned to uvnld
Ac a result ol Iho extensive aliiugh-
In ol the African elephant Ivory lu lie -
coining very scarce. A stiindurd-bized
bllliatd ball today Is win Hi $11, wlu.ro
a few ycnt3 ago tho ptico wau $5 a set.
I his continual iiilr.uico in tlio cost ol
ivoi.v imr led to the substitution
certnln celluloid composition ham
luovc-d to be vet,- uitltublo for iool balls
inn IJ hot cl.ntlc enough fot billiard
lull-. Ivor.v la the most elastic sub -
Miuiee known, if two bills of ccuut
weight, ore ol rubliei ntnl tlio other
cd Ivorv, am chopped inmi a height of
ton feet upon ko'i-c hnrd suifacc, Km
Ivory luill will leboiiiid higher Into the
ah than tho rubier. Anothut unusual
ptopcit ol Ivory Is tho chnrneter of
Its liiirla It h.'-i u velvet-like loitcli
iubbihed bv no otlin wibstanio ot
equal hardne&s. and nn pypatt can In
utanlly .'Ntect Imitation Ivory
T'-c worhl'i annual production I"
about l,5Co,ufau pounds, to secure which
70,000 elephants must he killed.
jnar-'Tor Rent" card, on sale at
the Bulletin office,
CREAM PURE RYE
.-. ,. ,-ntn i
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-90 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND OEALErtB IN FINE WINES & t IQUOfta.
It docs not consume the oxygen In a room. Combustion noes
on In a sealed globe, preventing any smudge or odor escaping
Into the room. The saving to decorations Ic considerable sea-
ton after season.
Desldes, Electricity Is tho most congenial light to the eyoi.
Hawaiian Electric Co., IV d.
Tel. Main 390
Can Japanese .
The existing law concerning the mil
in allr.il Ion of Japanese nppenrr. to lest
on two r.dveiso decisions. Oncofllu'n'
wa.i heard In Huston, nnd the Turn
sc-lpt of Hint city relates the clruoii-
"Some do7.cn venrn nwi n case emtio
before fio I'nlted States Court In III!
city In which Shcbnlci Snllo. it Jnpiin
ese, nppllcd for n-ittirnlhailoti papers.
He lived In Hie Hack Day. He hud nn
AlueilciiP wile and nil liilercstln:? fam
ily of rhlldien, nnd for their siikcs in
well .is Ills own he ilrtlrvd to become a
citizen ot the Hepublle. Ills.liunlnei-J
wns that of a ticket agent at one of tin
tlie.ileis. Ills application tionplui.ed
the cleik of the court nnd for u time,
also, the Judge, hut tho ultimate drcl
j About lour venrs ago a Jupaueiie
denying the petition Judgo Carter niild:
"The statute on naturalization leads
Hint any free whllo ninn or imv native
of Alrlcti or imv rtllen of African des
cent mny bo nutur.ill7.ed, but that does
not upplv to Mongolians, nnd a Japan
e$e is surely a Mongolian.
Judge Carter1'! ethnological learning
mpy he disputed and. Indeed, is ills
puled by llio Japanese, who declare
that they .-tie not .Mongolians. It Is
clear, however, that they are not while
iaiid not of African descent. It Ib very
' certnln. however. Hint tho statute Is
loosely diaun and needs umenilmcnt
I nnd definition, The trim "white man
! It- altogether loo viiguc.
'I he bloi; of how I'reiildent Hoo.-c-veil
helped llio one of the boilers ol thu
liiilslana on his lettirn Irom Panama,
Is told by one of the flrat-class flienien
limit the b.ittlonhl.0. Tho I'lesldciU
wanted lu go down Into the llreioom
mid mingle with tho lltrmcu and tho
stokers, who lulsir so haul Iu the e.-cc-sslve
hent. Accoidlngly he was con
ducted down thu ladder Into tlio depths
ot tho ship to lltcioom No. 3. lie
nolic to Hie men, shook hands with
them and then wanted In Hy stol.ilig
one cf jlio, boilers.
One uf- (hu big shovels used by the
llinnietf, was siiecdlly provided, lltn
skmL Upor vvau thrown open and the
ProoMcnt ol the United titatc-ii prepaied
to Hiiiiw coal ltiti tho furnace. Mr.
! Uuoifrrll wink his thoicl clc -n Into tht
1 coal to Ihn ultur dlsreyaril of bin wenr-
ng appircl and swung tho shovelful
In the dln-ctloti or the open fiMiim.0
door. A lurch of the ship caused the
i Ural shot to mlsii llio and Cm coal,
striking the bollurhcud. iollc-1 over llio
The Pieshlent laughed heaitlly civet
' his fiillitre, and sallnl Into Iho coal pllo
of. with iciitwcd vigor. This time he sue
iii'oikil nod llicj iffoit wg.i us cluiti .i
pi-rTomuiuv an could be made. Tlio
' on-looKers appluuded, and the Pic. I
dent looked pleancd He indicated Ida
1 plcaiiiite bj IncMlttg H.o coal pile again
and icpcntcd lib. succc-bsliil effotl. Then
tho big door wns swi.ng to on Its
hinges, Hie Pj-eddent shooh hiiiuli nil
aioiuid agnln, ncelvlng tho cougiulu
IntlotiK of the regular llrcmeu, and then
.. , ,, , ' ,, , , , ,
climbed ba.-k lo he dock, u lh.lo he
w urn) lor neat, but lltiahcd wli.ii hli
Ml Crank, cli'f-r ritslneci ol the Lou
isiana, ciipliiii'il the bhoiet and locktil
j it up In his oiMrle-a He lu having the
i:.iripi....:i cariiiiiiy pacKcci ior klitp
inciil by nxptcrn to iho Piuddent as A
.cor.vcnli- of the oc-iislon.
The Weel'ly Rilltloi, ,ir ths TCvpnlllB
Julltin hIvcr u Louipleto sumiuiiry ul
ike 04WB ot the day. For XI a year,
NISW - TO-PAY
Joint Installation at K. or P. Hall
this evening. All members unci visit-
,. Knights aro reriuesled to nttend
FOR MR. JOHN ENA
A solemn service will bo held loiuor
low (Saturday nt 10 o'clock a. in., at
the Cnlhollc Cathedral, for Hi'i soul of
Mr. John Ena. All friends ate cm-
dlally Invited to nttend. ,
358 1 -It
NOTICE OF MEETING.
Theio will he u Speclnl Meeting of
llio Members of tho Comtnerclnl Club
held nt Hie Hawaii IMoiiiolion Commu
te o's Itooms. SATIIHDAY Januiiry
&h, l'H)T. at 11:30 u. m. It Is org
cully requested that nil members at
tend, for tho conrltlej-.itlon.id; lmior-
t nn I hiisluesii.
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE:
Notice Is hereby given Hint tlio ani
mal described below has been Im
rounded In Iho (Jovernmont isninil nt
Kiillht, Island or Oiiliu, and unless tho
pound fees nnd estrnys cm rond nro
sooner siitlslled. will ho sold at tho
dato heleafler named, nrcordlng to
Jan. I. Iiiiii Hay Iiotso branded on
Tlio ubovo animal will bo sold ou
Monday, January 1 1. P.I07. nt 12
o'clock iiihiii, If not c-alled lor licforu
tho dale mentioned.
M. K. NAKIIINA.
.1581 31 Pound Master.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a Writ of
Execution Issued by Wm, U Whitney
District Magistrate of Honolulu, Coun
ty of O.ihu, Territory of Hawaii, cm
lltu 3rd dny of January. A. I). VM1, In
tho matter or II. Hnckfold, and Com
puny, Limited, l'lalutjff, vs. I. tun Hek
Kee, Defendant, I did. In said llono
lulu on thu :ird dny of Juiiuaty, A. I)
I'.I07, iifoiesald, levy 'upon and idm'l
orfer for uulo and sell nt public nuc
Hon to tho hlghcisl bidder, at Iho Po
lice, Station, Kalukiitia Halo, in snld
Honolulu, at 11! o'clock noon of Mon
lay, tho Ith day of l-'ebruury, 'A. I.
1007, nil the right, title nnd lutetcst of
llio said 1 .ii in Dock Kee, Dofenduu
In and to tho following personul prop
trly, unless (ho sum of Two lliiudied
Thirty-Two nnd Hli-IOil ($'-3--v'i) Dol
litis, thut being tho amount for which
mid Kvecutlon was Isrueil, togejher
with liiturcist, costs and my feou 'and
expoiues lire provlottsly paid:
I'lld tin: c-inned gixxhi, I 'J bigs Ha
Uiillan u.ilt. I Hawaiian liatu, hang
Ing wales, 1 large scaler, U coutllein,
also lot of Chinese hand blooms, biitu
lug Incenso, llio ci.iekeiH, roc-kots,
lititcher knives, incut hooks, toilet
to.ips, Chliic.-so presorvcH, ilomliious,
I'snii, vjuiiieso uowis, nines, lamp
ell,IlllloyHi ct,eu plus. Chlnesp shoes,
sllppets, nialehi's. Chinese stationery
vard blooms, Chlncso sail llclics. bain,
boo stools, ImIIh of twine, bottlot,'foy,
cigars, tobicco. pipes, bracelets, otc.
Dated at Honolulu, Ja.iuary Ith
J. S. KALAKIEI.A,
Deputy slieilff of Honolulu, Conn
ly of Oulill,
aobl Juu. 1, 10; Tub. 'J.
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