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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T H . SATURDAY. JAN C. 1907
Special Sale of
China for Decorating
A great big cut in the price of our fine French and tiolleek
white china all this week, previous to ttocktaklng,
If you decorate china, or would like to begin, now's your '
Besides all the standard shapec for dally table uie we have
lots of fancy pieces such as: Vases, Jardinieres, Cigar Jjrc, Rose
Jars, Loving Cups, Trays, reacting Cups, etc. I
E. 0. HALL &
COR. FORT AND
ESTABLISHED IN 1108.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bank,
Correspondents foi the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
'Claus Spreckels. VVm. 0. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
8ar. Francisco Agent The No
il National Hank of Baa Francisco.
Draw .Exchange on the Nevada Na
tlonal Uank of San Francisco.
Lqndon The Union ot London and
Bmlib'R Bank; Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Excbanie National
Parle Credit Lyonnaii.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-BliancTial
New Zealand and Australia Sank
of New Zealand and Bank ot Austra
lasia ..Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
, Deposits received. Loins made oo
approved security. Commercial and
Traraltra' Ci edits Issued. Blllr of Hi
cbaago bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
.AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
UB&CRIBED CAPITAL. . .1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.00
Prcaldtnt Cecil Brown
,Vlce Prcsldsnt M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T, Peck
' Office: Corner J"'rt end King Sta.
V SAVINGS OEP08IT8 received and
Juteretit allowed fur yearly deposits al
(the rate pf 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
, Tht Yakihama Specie Banfc. lv.
Capital Subscribed Yeu 24.000,000
Tupltal Paid Up ...... Yen 21.000,000
rleWvud Fund Yeu 13,700.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antunc,
Hulea, Hang Kau, Ohefoo. Ualny,
Bombay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
Leoyani, London, Lyons, Mukden,
s Nagasaki, Newchnaug, New York,
Peking, San Kiauclsco, Shaaghal, TI-,
, entsln, Tokle, Osaka.
The, bank buys and receives for col.
lection BUI" of Kxcbange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts a general bunking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 87 KINO ST.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX.pwblllhed In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
jgl per year.
25c the Lb.
It would be just as foolish for us
to use Imported pineapples as to use
imported coffee when we raise the
very best of both at home.
MAY'S OLD KOMA COFFE Is the
best that money can buy. Choice se
lected green berries In the first place
stored for years to Improve It
roasted and ground fresh every day
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
Everyone could use another pair of
shoes. We have lju,st frs'cjlved a
IN LATE STYLE PATENT AND
Their Lowness of Price Is as won
derful as their Quality,
MEN'S ATLANTIC OXFORDS,
S3.50 and 84.00
LADIES' PACIFIC OXFORD8, $3.00
Why not come In and see these
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KINO 8.T., EWA8IDE MARKET,
f" Polished' Koa Canes.
a Carved wih ferule complete.
Also M'lto and COcoanut. Mats,
ip Tappas, Brasses, Pottery.
g HAWAII & 80UTH 8EA8 CU
RIO CO., Alexr. Young Bldg
Secretary Wood of the Promotion
Committee linn arranged a series of
contests among tlio puplln of the
higher schools of thu city. Tho sub
Jcct of tho contest v. Ill be description?
of iilant-IIfo ou thu Hawaiian Islands
A 15 prize has been offered to tho pu
tills of thu lllcli School for thu best ar
ticle written on that subject. Tho
tame prize is offered to thu pupils of
The pupils of St. Louis College have
teen askotl lo coinpeto for u prlzu wlli
u surleB of articles on the fruits of
Mr. Wood asks the right to retnln
any anil nil paiiers HUhmltteil to liliu,
Mid (TOUT REVIVE
Thu Kllohnna Art league has somu
thing up Its sleeve for Washington's
lilrthduy. At a recent meeting they
decided to repeat thu Mardl Oras held
on the evening of February 19, 1901
In thu old drill-shed.
That function will long hu-remum
bereil us an occasion that displayed
tho most magnificent gowns that dresn
maker's jirt could furnish.
Her Gracious 1'rlncuss of thu Car
r.lval wus I'riucess Kawanunakoa, and
J. Turn McQrew was escort 1'rluce.
Former Queen Lllluokulaul occuploil
a box adjaceut to tho Curulvhl Mujes
To hu correctly clothed will niaku
friends and unlock doors anywhere
You can git that kind or clothes from
thu Kush Co.
Old Board Recommends
That Johnson Be Kept
While tho last meeting of thu nl.l
Hoard of Hiierl8ors last night almost
v.nt tho recent storm one better, sn
inniiy sueeolios und resolutions '
thankx, appreciation, etc., wore there
I In' rp.il meat In tho roconnut ww n
ii'sol'itlou Introduced hy Jack l.ucns,
vhereby the Hoard expressed Its rim
fidcnco In Sam Johnson nml recom
t. cihIpiI to the new Hoard I lull It re
ttin hltn an road suitcrvlsor.
Ah n vote of confidence I ho rcsolu
t!on was probably worth no more than
mich things usually are, hut the reso
lution becomes far mora significant
when It Is remembered that three
member who votoil for tho resolution
Cox, Dwight nnd Archer, nro nlso
members of the new Hoard, mid by
their Note last night they virtually
pledged themselves to support John
sun. Archer, In koktialng, hesitated
mil s-jomed far from enthusiastic. The
("hers followed suit with better grace.
Thus, unless the three 'members Hop
Sam will have theirs, llustace's anil
Kealoha's vole In Ihe new Hoard, and
will bo nureJ'of holding his job In
rplto of Ihe Democrats, Aclil and the
others who have been trying to under,
Tlju Bpaii., of' Supervisors held its
i iu .uoafii oi auporvmor
flrsLItii(l(i,l(n IIk new r
nllthl. , In ninny ways the
mi Improvement, IicIiir iiiii
airier mid more comfortable than tho
old one. Kxrellent accommodations
had also thoughtfully been provided
lor the press. Tho room bears thu
number 13, but It Ih hoped that thu
new Hoard w lit bu nblo to live It
Among thoso present at last night's
meeting were all tho Suiervlsors,
Clerk Kalauokalanl, Deputy Clerk lluf
fandeau, Sheriff Hrown, Supervisors
elect llustace and Harvey, Park Keep
er Knlllm.nl. County Knglncer Here, (1
A. Davis, Win. Kllll, Sam Johnson,
Tom Cummins, Klf'o Chief Thurston-,
Assistant Clerk Hnnnlel and the press.
Bills Passed '" '
Thu following bills were passe'd: -
Pwa Konil Dept i itl.Ofl
Iro Department si".7
Koolauloa road dint. No. 2, spe
cial .' 310.10
Koolauloa road illst. No, 2, spu-
. clal ' 1G0.08
Koolaiiioko road district ... 138.10
County Knglncer ji.00
Kapl'olanl Park '. .'' 242.27
Gwa road district 354.10
Electric light dept C68.0G
Police and lire alarm system i29.il
Walmiuo road district ....!. '"SCO.!!;
Keepers of parks ' ' 90.70
Walanau road district 24.U0
County Knglncer fiui.83
County Auditor 53.40
Hawaiian bund 99 45
Pull road 2405.41
Oarbago department . ....... G83.35
Road department 1 137.CC
Ewa road district 9.00
Ifull roud 104.75
Koolauloa roud district No. 2 69.00
Kooluuloa road district No. 2,
Pniinlv"Atl,irii,.v ' .in -ir.
c1ml.,J'i.fiW ,; ' ,18,--5
Garbage department ' 503.25
Iloud Ji5j;t. special 2387.50
iioau aeparimeut 1&79.13
County Attorney's office' clerks 23.35
$18,000. foV'New Board'
Moore reported for tbo Committee
on Whys and Moans tliitt there wus
money enough on hund to meet nil thu
expenditures. Kurtliermoru, thu Audi
tor hud ruiortud that $I&,400 was to
comu In. Against this there was only
ouo bill, at least of any greut amount,
namely, tor J1000 for new llro alurm
boxoj. Accordingly thu new Hoard
wi.i have almost $18,000 to start with.
Flru Chief Thurston reported that
thu lire department had during thu
mouth of December responded to six
alarms. Thu property loss was esti
mated at $12,015.00. Tho llgures of
the amount of Insurance carried, and
t)iu liabilities of tho lusnraucu com
panies had not been attainable.
Tho report of thu County Engineer,
which was published in thu Bulletin
yesterday, was also read. Tho report
of thu County Treasurer for Decem
ber Bhowed total disbursements at
$48,587.11 and receipts, Including a
balance on hand Dec. 1, of $1C,G95.44,
lit $C2,5G7.14. This leaves u balance
ou hand of $13,980.03.
Sam to Help Kakaako
Residents ot Kakuuko petitioned for
thu loan of a flru ougino.to pump out
water which had accumulated tborc
during the recent storm. They claim
cd that much dainagu had been donu
ami uu epidemic threatened. Thurs
tou reported that such work would
liurm thu eugluu. A force pump would
bo baiter. Sum Juuusou promised to
litleud to thu matter uud, ou motion
by Moore, It wus decided to leave It
'i tiU bauds.
'Paolo submitted a. report ou thu
loud work done In Koolau dining tho
cast 18 months.
Clerk Kulauokuluni made a little
WASH LAST MEETINGS !
Hpecch and then piocecded to read
open letters from the employes of the
toail ami garbage departments to
Jack Lucas nml II. T, Monro us mem
bers of tho lload Committee. A film!
lar letter was nddrcssed In paelu us
a member of the Public Expense Com
mltteu. In each rao tho Idlers were
ftccompntileil hy gifts to the Kupcrvl
Rors named, who made III lie speeches
expressing their thanks, Moore stat
lug that he had during his term left
out ixilltlcs and tried solely to servo
Clerk Kfltniiokatnnl, who had nlso
received n letter and n gift from the
road department men. mndo a setcli
nnd Was followed by I.urns, who in -i
few Miort sentences offered his best
wishes to thu members of thu Hoard
who would also be on tho new Hoard.
Kalauokalanl made another sieech,
thanking the Hoard for Its treatment
of himself nml his staff. In answer
thu Clerk nml his stnff received tho
thanks of the Hoard. Fire Chief
Thurston thanked the Hoard In behalf
of the flru department.
Sam Johnson Endorsed
Tho following more weighty resolu
tion was then offered by Lucas;
"We, thu retiring Hoard of Super
iors of thu County of Ouhli, do hero
hy endorse thu work of Suml. Johnson
as road supervisor and do recommend
to tho Incoming Hoard that his serv
ices bo retained ns road supervisor."
Ho added verbally that Johnson was
n competent and courteous officer.
Moore seconded tho resolution. It
was adopted by a unanimous vote.
Tho Hoard then decided that it hail
finished Its olllclal career, no further
meetings being necessary, mid the
meeting was adjourned sine din.
After thin Alooro suggested that tho
pictures of the first Hoard members
bu framed and presented to thu ne,w
Hoard for, decoration of thu meeting
room. This met with genera) favor.
haile lesis SUIT
The suit liifliiultJioV''C.U. Mall vs.
J. W. I'rattJ Vusconcl'mWl In-Judgo
Da.UpIt's court Jast,nlght, tho Judge
Ijialhujfor tliifjuorondant on all the
Pints j-aHciU,Mal!e,'j according to thu
statemeiitiinauo .bjlhlu counsel, Light
toot, will appeal, from tho decision to
The. .suit wus brought 'by Mullu nom
Inniiy ngnlnsj,.. Pratt to set aside a
salu of lands,- under execution for
taxes on the ..ground of gross Inndu
nuacy of price and of fraud. Thu
Judge held that It was Mallu's own
fault that he lost his property.
Additional Csble News on Page 1.
COURTS TO BE ASKED TO EN
Washington, Jan, 5. it is reported
that Jlio government will soon llle In
the Si(ii Francisco courts u bill In
eqult'y usKIng .that thu court eufoice
the provisions of the treaty with Japan,
under which tliu' rights' of thu Japanese
to send their"' children lo the public
schools Is guaranteed.'
1 EVIDENCE OF SHIPWRECK
San Francisco, Jan. 6. It Is reported
that one of thu lifeboats uud a quan
tity or wreiltuge from the Pacltlc Mall
B. S. City or Panumn have been washed
ushoru ut Pescadero, in Sun Mateo
county u short distance south ot this
city. Thu City of Panama hailed from
this port foi Central America on Mon
day, PRESIDENT CONDEMNED
,Suu I'runclsco, Jan. 5. President
Uelllugham, of the State i-'ederutlou of
Labor, in u speech condemns President
HooscveU for his proJupaucsu. ntll
THE SALVATION ARMY
Meetings every evening, except
Wednesday, In tho hall, corner of
King street and Nuuauu avenue, com
mencing ut 8 o'clock.
Sunday services: Holiness meeting
at 11 u. m. Sunday school and lllblu
class ut 3 p. in, Young People's I.o
Kiou meeting at C p. 111. Salvation
meeting at 8 p. in, Thu brass baud
will play ut this meeting.
Tuesday evening thu young people
Mill havu charge of thu meeting uud
Friday evuplug will bu a llnllnuss
Meetings at the Japanese Outpost,
158 N, Duretuula avenue. Tuosday.
Thursday'und Saturday evenings, com
ineuclug at 7 o'clock, and school Wed
nesday'aud Friday uveulugs at C;3i).
Sunday school every Sunday morulus
at V'.'M. Sunduy school on School
ctreet, uear Lllltia, every Suuday ult
eriioou at 2:30,
Everybody Is cordially Invited to at
tend these meetings,
Adjutant and Mrs. Damberry In
II - .
W offer all Uurn-unt,fn our CwlulirntuU
Elk Brand Home
FREE OFFER OF
IN THE HEART OF THE CITY.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA ST8.
Open Their New Plant for Buslnoss
Jan. 2, 1907.
, We, offer to do your first washing
free of charge If brought to our office
and 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 thla
new plant will do.
Phone Alain 484
. Waikikl Bench
J. H. HERT8CHE',...Gneral.Maiugei
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel St.
Phone Blue 141 1.'
Our Annual Sale
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Is now on and will continue for
One Week Only.
We have received a Manufacturer's Stock ex Nevad
an, purchased by our New York buyer FAR BELOW
COST, and will be offered at M08T TEMPTING PRICE8.
We invite your Inspection of these goods; they are all
marked In Plain Figures, so that a glance will show what
the values are. Call early and secure first choice.
L. B, KERR &
Create a want for warmer bed cover
Ing. We can supply you from our big
Now being sold .at the exceedingly
low prices: 75c, 04c, and J 1.20.
, L.. Ahoy,
DRY QOODS MERCHANT.
1033 NUUANU STREET BETWEEN
' , KING AND HOTEL.
H BT HILL
th OUJI8. ALLAVrf all psln,
CrjRElTwlND COLIC, tut Oik
UIjU. ctjr X IkXlCB
r OraiirliU la every part of tie
world. Bo sar n ik far !r.
no other kind. alCtata a Bottle.
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKINQ CO.,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. SILVA MANAGER
PHONE BLUE 1871.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
Weakly Bulletin 1 per year.
I'AYINU HAWAIIAN INDUSTRY
t ii i:
KANEOHE RICE MILL
and lands adjoining as a going and
Part of the Ahlo Mortgage.
For Sale At Auction
JANUARY 7, 1907.
AT MY HAI.KHKOOM.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
At My Salesroom'
Monday, Jun. 7, 1!07. Thu Ahlu
Lauds uud lliteirsts.
Satuiduy, Jun. 12, 1007. Lauds ut Ku
leawu, Papua, l.lllliu Street and
At My SalesriNun:
Pantheon Property, City.
Jun. C. 1907. One-sixth Interest lu 8S
Acres near Walalua Mill.
Jan. r,, 1907. Union Stieet and llai
deii Lane, City.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE I8ENBERQ RESIDCNCC
Completely KurnUhed. I shnll bu
glad to treat with other ugents In this
matter, but principals must be parties
who would lease for their own home:
not for sub-lettlne. Rent $100 lT
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Houses on Young 8tret, Kluau
Street, ICmina Squurn und Kallhl.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
, Hair Brushes
EVER 8HOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and Kino; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J3I
d M, Levy & Co.
KING 8TREET NEAR FORT STREET
PHONE MAIN 149.
At All Watchdealera.
Agent for Hawaiian islands.
Cor. FORTJand KING 8ts Honolulu.
EXPERT MANICURING for ladle.
and gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial massage, at
MR8. DORI3 E, PARI8' PARLORS,
1156 FORT 8T. opposite CONVENT.
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waltera, woman
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice.
JAPANB3E NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI,
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