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RVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T H., TUESDAY, JAN 8, 1907
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Special Sale of
China for Decorating
A gieat big cut In the price
white china all this week, previous
If you decorate china, cr would
Besides all the standard thapec
lots of fancy pieces such as: Vaccc, Jaidlnlerec, Clijar Jars, Hose
Jars, Loving Cups, Trays, Tcactlny Cups, i:ic.
E. 0, HALL &
COR. FORT ANO
The sun may shire
but if there is a sym-1
torn of the grip in you
it will show itself in
the sneeze. Then is
the time to take
& CO,, Ltd.
To read the forecast for 1907 may
be difficult; but that the new year is
going to be one of prosperity we feel
There is a jreat deal of Painting to
be done. Are you thinking about It?
Call in and see us, and we will be
pleased to give you an estimate.
Signs of 1907 S. S. Signs.
Ladles Will Go.
The seventy-two ladles who will ar
rive here next month will go to Hale
Iwa for a day or two to test the ell
male and surroundings. It Is expected
that their time In Honolulu will be so
strenuous that a few days' rest will be
essential to their health, ind HALE
IWA IS THE PLACE TO GET IT.
Since the place Is mosquito proof, the
amount of actual comfort has been In
creased. Take It all In all, there Is
no place In the Territory as well suit
cd to the demands of the tourist or
the resident as this. Manager Old
good looks to the enjoyment of his In
dividual guests and provides such
plans of recreation as they desire.
Rooms and rates on application.
The Experl Dentists
MODERN HIQH CLA8S DENTISTRY.
Olfice hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. 3., Manager.
HOTEL 8T, epp. Union, Arlington blk.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
lllonk books of all forts, lodgers
etc , manufactured by tbo Bulletin Pub
of our (me Trench and Dolleek
like to begin, now'i your ;
for dally table use we have
I To do all things wisely during the
One way to do that Is to add to the
relish of your meals by using
i Remember, In buying butter that
the "good enough" kind Is not good
.enough, for only the best Is good and
I sweet enough -for you.
Sweet Violet Butter
PUREST AND CLEANEST.
IS UNMISTAKABLY THE DE8T,
C. Q. YEE HOP S CO.
PftONE MAIN 251
Phone MAIN 147
f- Polished Koa Canes.
a. Carved wlh ferule complete.
jj Also Mllo and Cocoanut. Mats,
pj Tappas, Drosses, Pottery.
jt HAWAII L SOUTH SEAS CU
RIO CO., Alexr. Young Bldg
NEW - TO-DAY
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE OP
Notice In hereby ttlvcn tliat the mil
main described below lmvo been lm
injiimleil In tliu Government iotiml ut
.Mnklltl, Komi, Inland of Oaliu, ami m
lean tliu pound fees ami dainuKes nru
Mioner Rutlsfluil will liu hold at tliu
tt.tlo heieunder named accordlnK to
...in illli, 1907 liny Iniue, whlto Hlur
on foielieail ami noso; In and 13 S
mi llKht lilml Ilk; treHpasH.
Jan Till, 11)07 Iliirkfikin maio, four
foot hIioiI, ono of tliu fotefeet lumu
Tliu ulmto animals will lm sold on
Satuuluy, Jan. 1'.), 11)07. at 1'.!
o'clock noon, If not called foi before
tliu tlalu meiilloiied.
WILLIAM .1 KAHKATTI,
r5Sl-.1t Pound Muater.
mm curt is
verv m mm
It lool.b er' much as It tliu Jurou
in Judge Hoblnton'H coin l will liuo
to unk oert!m tlilx term. Of tl.c
Ineutwlx men ilr.ivvn, only fourteen
mu left, the. twelve otheis liavlim been
I exeutA-d for various lancea which eu
ilfiml tlitm liielliilblo iiinler tbo Or
I Clinic ct Some, were tralimieut; one
wi! ilenf; home not inximyerB. Tlieie
I vern ull koila ami varieties of excuses,
ami when the lint v,ih eouiittd up at
tliu i-ud, only twelve men vveiu lift.
Ill cane llltu tliU, the other JudKeH
have In en In tliu luhlt of chawing a
Ki'eclal venlic tot the temi to mala
up the delldeiicy, but Judye ltubliibon
liuldj that thin Ik unlawful and when
ever It Is iitiviuMiy to (jet more Jmors,
n uncial U'lilui will haw to lie diavwi
foi each cube.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year,
Lawyers Endorse Plans
To Secure Consular
Tho ll.ir Association vexteulay declil
cil In an.-dit In tin- project of liavlni; n
I'an-I'acllie Consular ('otigrcsa held
here, hut this wan ilono only after con
xlilnrntili1 dlKi'iisnloii, hcvpial iiroinlneut
nttorniyn holding that iiUIidiirIi the
imijett vnii n worthy one. It was a mat
ter 'A lib which the AKMOclntloii could
not concetti Itself.
The ineotlni; opened with the rcudlliK
of it letter iicI.ihiwIuiIrIiik the reielpl
of the ri-Holitlloii puixeil to luue all
Hawaiian limes before the V. H. Su
preme Court at one lime.
Governor Curler wrote ns follows:
January 2, 190.
liar Association of Ilnwuil, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: Kncloied )ou will fltul
slalenietit of a project for the holding
of n Consular Convention at Honolulu
The committee In charge of this mat
ter iIi'kIii-h In Recuie for Secretary of
.State Itoot us wide an expression nt
iplnlon as possible, mill would lm
pleased to luue ion lonunnnleate di
rect vlih lilm ,u an early date, either
by a letter slsneil by the ollleers of
)our orr.nnl?atlon or by the passage ol
a resolution expresslim. your sent!
menu In reference to the plan
Aim. Ill oriler to i.ie time, If jolt
'ippiovii M ' t lie plan, the cominlltie
wo'ilil tfiitV!oi(' thul 5011 nppeul tu Con
SiefiTrof n Mailable aiipiiiprlatlon, li
a reolutliu dli'cilcd to our Delegate.
Ilouoralilt .1. K Knlunlniiuule. Very
"ANIWC'IKIC CONSULAR CONVEN
(1. It. CAIITIIU,
i:. II. 1'AltlS,
The 1 hair K.1I1I he thouKht it highly
pionir for the arKOLlatloii to lomplj
with -the n-ipiest ami to mlojit lesoln
W. O. Smith tuild he was heartily in
faor of the iuoeiuent ami hoped it
could he iarrle.1 out, hut he failed to
heu wbeieln the liar Association, iik a
hmly, was toiieeiued. lie thouKht the
duties of It weie on other lines, ami
such ineumues were, for action by mer
V. It, Castle look the opHxlte lcw
end said he believed the request was
Korinniip to tlie ilutli's or the associa
tion Asked for tho resolution, the
chair re.Dllcil Hint he did not think It
was his business to pu-pare resolutions
hefoie Ki'ttllli; the luilnlou ot the lueni
hers. Mr Andenou then runl the follow
I'itOJirCT OK A I'ANI'ACIKIC CON
The Joint committee of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce and the .Mei
eliaiitn' Atsotlalloii of Honolulu, In
conjunction with the Covernor, 11b its
eliniiman, desires to present the fol
lowing outlines of a proposal for a
meeting In he held tu Honolulu during
the year 11)07 of rcpicseiitulUes from
oveiy American lonsulale situated at
any poit tilbutar) to the I'aclllc Ocean:
The j-f-ar 11)07 Is fnxorable in that It
Is not a'tf residential election .uar. rub
He attention litis been very widely at
tracted to 'otir external commerce by
Secretary Hoot's remaikahlu tilp of
blxtec'h thousand miles around tliu
whole South American continent anil
Ills many public utterances and
speeches made since his return, by
which be has endeavored to stimulate
America's foreign trade.
The dirt has liegiin to lly on the Pa
nama Ciual nml that great enterpitse
linn become 11 ccitalnty. i:ery inanu
ractuier In the United States thus has
Ills attention called to the possibilities
or the trade which Is tributary to the
I'aclllc Ocean. Its completion, ns Con
gressman Knight of California hu3
stated, will cause consignments from
raeturles loiutul 011 the .Mississippi
river and Its tributaries tu he sent to
ports now unknown in such manufac
turers. Locally, the Hist steamer has already
sailed for Sallmi Cruz, tliu I'aclllc port
of tliu Teh'iuiltepeu Htillload, which Is
only one of a number of Instances
which we have alieady seen of tliu
rapid expansion or not only our own
lomi.ieiee, hut or that which passes our
1'I.ACi: AND TI.MK.
Geogiapblcully, Hawaii Is splendidly
located foi such a 1 (invention, Our
climate Is so eipiable that such 11 meet
ing can he held ut any time or the jear,
and wo tan no louder doubt tho cipae
Ity of our illy to picidu for those ho
The committee helleveB that our
community will hcmtlly assist, finan
cially and In eveiy other way, and dem
onstrate a piosiesslve Bplrlt by talilng
the lead In a mutter or this hind, thus
Illiistiatlug not only tu tliu malnlaud,
lull to the woild at large, our deshe to
fucllllutu unci stimulate the commerce
of the I'jrlllc, even though It ho not
dlicctly trlhutury or beneficial to out
selves. A Consular Cougiess would undoubt
edly attract tho icpiesentatlves of the
laige mid piogiebbho eulciprlscs on
the mainland which desltu to leach out
for and secure n jsirtlon of the stent
Increase In trade which Is certain lo
take place, nml the lepieseiltatlM'S nt
such nuns could sae time and ex
pense by meeting at n common point
those who are familiar with the truo
Interests of the arlous markets and
points of distribution that border on
The committee belccs that the
erent transpcirtatlon lines throup,hout
the I'ncllc would Fee In this project a
means ot inuteil.ill) lm leasing their
! t ratllc. mid Hint the would assist b
reilueltiB their rates of fine.
I The committee bcllccs that it is not
only 11 ipiestlou alTeelliig lommerce,
I hut that u Consular Coiuentlou would
; result In the upllrtlag and Impnuemenl.
or the consular nenlre A illscussloti
1 could he held as lo ways or fnillltatliiK
land Increasing romiiieiic that would
I he a distinct aihanlage lo the whole
, Union, The Inteiclunge of Ideas would
stimulate those holding consular si
sltlons to gi enter effurts. 1 lie prai'
tlcal siiggestliins (hat men actually In
the sci vice could offer might lmvo
weight and biarlng on Congress In leit-
Islatlns concerning our consular hit
I vice. Qreut liidiistilnl leaders hr.ve
I reaped material benefit from tho plan
I Introduced by tho National Cash Ui-k-
Ister peo)le In cncourngltiK suggestloiiH
rrom Its emplo.M-s. We believe this
Idea ran he applied with mlvntitiiKii In
the tiiiiHiilar service or the UnlUd
'I lie committee believes that If K C
letaiy Itoot could Hud it possible to
attend the convention in person It
would Klently stimulate Interest in tliu
milter, nud the lime and effort nc-Cis-sary
to such a trip would he more Uuui
rcp-ild by Its effect upon the loimulai
service, njion lommerce, mid upon the
International feeling Hint exists be
tween the Rreat rates that bonier on
tho I'acinc Ocean,
The committee helleu-s that, unless
theto nru unknown seiious olllclul ob
jections to the consuls leaving their
posts of duly. It vlll serine the neces
saij olllelnl uopro.al; and ir our com
munity tal.es huhl -jf the mutter iillin
slastlrally and the llrst convention Is a
mirc-css, it may devvlcm u scries or an
nual or biennial Commercial Conven
tions. And the jn-ujert Is knight
with still sreulcr piwsllillltlcs, In that
it might become an International aT
fnlr. The (oinmittee fuilher believes that
If our Mirlous uri;iiilitliiiiH utpeul to
Secretary Knot and securi) his uppi-ov-nl,
nml then 'follow with appeals to
Congress, It mu he lsjsslblu to secuie
mi appropriation ileirnvlng Uip trans
porta'.lon expenses of tho commeiclal
representntliM or nut (Jcne.'iunent.
The rciuimlttee also li'llewit that the
pilde of our comuiuiilty In Us teputu
lion for hosplLillt) ciui Im depeudul
upon to inset the rcciulriauJts iieres-
s.iry In entertaining, without cost to
them, those who attend the convention.
It. V. Ilreckous moved Unit It be the
sense of tho meeting to endorse tho
piojert as nutllred, thai the Uelegate
Le allied lo do till In his ;ovr to se
curu appnipilalloiis for Uie delegates
and that tho mutter he h'.MUght to the
nolle' or Sttielnry Hoot.
Smith again iiucstloiieil the piopilcly
or tliu Association tulc.l1t.-5 this matter
up. He thought It should" stick lo legnl
nml I em, and not go Into things which
weto outside its scope.
Derby snhl that Smith was clearly
right. The constitution of tho Associa
tion showed that It shou d not mix up
In outside matters. Tho project wiis 11
ery desirable one, but tho Association
would be stultifying list If by taking U
Harrison said that it could do no
limui ror tho Association to take It up.
llteckous said that hu did not think
Smith's objection sound. The consular
convent Ion would discuss many tilings
which would be of luleicst to tliu As
llteckous' motion was then passed
Those present were A. o. 31. Robert
son, Uohblus Anderson. V. A. Klune .
II. I. ..Marx, C. I., demons, C. II. Ilem
eiiwiij, W. Tlinjer. H. 1). .Mead, V
I.. Stanley, II. i:. Holmes, o. Smith,
Wuricn, 31. T. llatrlson, S. II.
Deihy, C. I' I'etcrson, V. II. Castle, It
W. Hi cchumi uiul W T. Jlawllus.
SUPREME COURT AFFIRMS
Tho Supremo Court today handed
down u decision iinirmltiK tho rullnt;
it mu uircult Court In the matter of
AiiKtmt Dreler vu. John 1). Holt Jr.,
Riunin Holt, Kobert ,. Colbiini, (Jco.
Lucas, liustcoj Henry Vim Olesen
liimteu; CIiuk. Vim Olenon, tntsteo;
nml Wululua AKrlctiltural Company,
The opinion Is written by Justice
llnrtvvell. Thu action was a hill to
ti.iecloso a inortKDKu by IfIt and his
wlfu which purport!) to Include two-Iv.outy-tiuventhB
or certain lands at
Walanau and Wnliilim. Tho ilofctul
I'litH uppenleil from thu decision or the
lower ciiuit, which latter Ik ainrmed
Fine Jc-b Printing at the Bulletin.
Fur Want Column See Pa Re Six
Automobile, lamp. Itutuin to Teiiltory
Uko of Htylluh horse anil can lace for
hiiiBu'n fowl. "Q," llullulln.
The New Season
ARC IICHC, IN AN ARRAY OF THE PRETTIEST DC3ION5
IN MANY QUALITIES AND SIZES.
FOR CRIB, SINGLE AND DOUBLE BED,
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Remnant Sale on Monday Next, 14th inst j;
Serial Story No. 1
The way In which we iron your shirt
bosoms is not ns destructive as you
may Imagine. We simply place the
bosom on a soft padded board and
press It against a steam-heated Iron-'
ing plate, holding It there until dry
and stiff. This method of Ironing, we
think you will admit, Is even easier,
en the goods than hand work would
he, for there Is no rubbing or friction!
HARTMAN STEAM LAUNDRY is
the only laundry In Honolulu with a
machine to press shirt bosoms In the
manner described above.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
PHONE MAIN 481.
J. H. HERT8CHE....Cenfral Manager
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel St.
Phone Blue 1411.'
I r hotel
AUiOLUltlY & t Jj IIOSOLll II
IH kOOP It
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 MOST TEMPTING PRICES.
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 &
',.,i...'.fA.ri,i.inli-l M,itAmto&,iH,t4 ntfrtt,.i ,,.,, .. ...-..Jh
15c 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 KONA 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.
For Over 60 Years
has fercn nud for over tilXvv
YKARH by MILLIONS ( Mothers
wlfn perfect loccew. IT
thM flllMfl. Af.LAVM all nAin.
3 CURES WIND COLIC, and U tbo
hy Drurclts to every part of tho
watIiI. 11a ttirn AnA akV for Air.
t Vlntow'8oothlneilyrupnnd take
fea no otlur kind. CenU a Bottle.
An Old and Wellirled Reraiid)
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKINQ CO.,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. SILVA MANAGER
PHONE BLUE 1871.
HAWAIIAN GODA WORKS.
Wrnklv Rullrtm 1 or -
At My Salesroom:
Sntiiiday, Jan, 12, IH07. I.amlu nt Ka
leavva, Papaa, I.lllba Street ami
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE ISENBERQ RESIDENCE
Completely Kiiintslied. I shull bo
Klad In treat with other ugents In this
matter, but principals must be partlej
who would lea?e for their own home:
nut for Htih-lettlui:. Kent ?4l0 per
Houses .on Yiiuiii; Street, Klunii
Stieet, Kinnia Sipiaro and Kallhl.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foit and King Sis.
PHONE MAIN 13J
J M, Levy & Co.
KING 8TREET NEAR FORT STREET
PHONE MAIN 149.
I At All Watchdeaters.
Agent for Hawaiian islands,
Cor. FORT and KING 8ts Honolulu.
EXPERT MANICURING for ladles
' and gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial massage, at
MRS. DORIS E. PARIS' PARLORS,
1156 FORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
I CURE YOURSELF.
. t.. Iirilnil6lit nr iitrtdii...
1 meat vHtiwn - -iiimus
tHlElMjClUlllCllCO,'' ''"l")" liirmbuiiu,
kCntCIMUTI.I) .MB ''"ll". slit nut ulltlu.
ili-lil nr p. Uoiiotii,
hold l.j IIihihiUis.-
ClrmUr eiit n rt-iuit.
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