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EVENINO nUM.ETIN, HONOT.ULt', T. II.. SATURDAY. JAN. 12. 1007.
" Who's Your Tailor?
"THE DUCK I SHOT"
Inattention And Neglect
One Substance Of
Cecil Hrmvn Is fur from satis
fied with llio wny In which llio I'nrk
Commission spends tliu money which
llio County gives It for Kiiplolnnl I'nrk.
Ho has hindcd a strenuous kick with
the Hoard of Hupcrvlsors, pointing out
that the efforts ot the Commissioners
soar In the aesthetic heights Instead
or lcHccnlltiK to Mich tnuro lowly and
oinmonplncu things ns roads. Ills
letter roads ns follows:
To Ilia Honorable Hoard of Supervl
sora of the County of Oaliu.
Oentlcuicn: Ilclng n resident of Kn
plolanl I'ark nnd 11 tuxpajcr In llio
County of Oahu, I wish to cnll the at
tention of jour hnnornlilo body to the
roads In nnd upon Raid park nnd the
deplorable condition In which such
loads arc now In, such condition being
rauscd.1l claim, by neglect nnd Innt
tentlnitlupon tho part of the Honolulu
Tho former Hoard of Supervisor
had HCtJnpart a certain sum ot money
to ha paid monthly for tho care nnd
mnlntopancc of the park, nnd thlx
monejrinstund of being used, or n part
of It njt'nny rate, for tho enro nnd ro
t air tojtbe roads, has been used only
In beautifying nnd cnrlng for that por
tion ot tho I'nrk that lies nmuka of
thu maknl main nvcnuo or drive, nnd
ot tho Individuals who own property
routing the sen bench.
Trusting that this matter will re-
ielo attention at your hands, and
that somo of tho money set apart for
lite park will ho directed by your hou
cubic body to bu spent on thu roads
in and iiikui the Kiiplolnnl I'nrk, I nin,
Wank books of nil forts, lodgers
fit , manufactured by tho Uulletln Pub.
Swell patterns In" latest
grays. We make them to
order at ready-to-wear
$22.50 to $30
Geo. A. Mertin.
. HOTEL STREET.
Men's Dress Shirts
.SWELL COLOR TONES
50c, 65c, 75c,
f 1033 kianu St., bet. King and Hotel.
LAOICS AND MISSES'
IN DLACK AND NAVY.
J 1.50 ones for $3.00
S0 ones for , 3.50
6.50 ones for , 4.00
7.00 ones for 600
If you cannot (jet down for
rush, come later In the week,
enough for all.
Kil Dmnurhelle's launrh, which wns
lepnrtcd In have been wrecked In the
norm wimo days ago, arrived In port
this morning, badly battered lint still
In the ring.
It nppcnrs that when nuvnuchella
Mid Illll Jones found that they could
tiot buck against tho storm, they nnch
ored the launch off Nnplll nnd swain
Icshoro. The next morning It wns found
on tho rocks on tho bench. Kour rllm
had been broken, tho bottom badly bat
tered nnd tho engine put out of com
mission. The launch wns patched up with
hoard mid canvass nnd two tetnKirniy
masts, with sails, etc., rigged up,
whereupon tho eruft started for Hono
lulu under her Improvised schooner
rig, tho engine remaining useless. Tho
boat was sent down hero In charge of
two Hawnllans. They called at I'ukoo
nnd Kauniiknknl on tho wny. They left
tho latter place nt I p. in. yesterday
nnd arrived nt 1 o'clock this morning
off tho bell buoy, where they anchored
until daylight. The launch Is to bo re
Tho lease of Ilnlnwn plantntlon In
Kohnla was disposed of nt tiuctlon"by
Jns. I'. Morgan this noon, tho oveul
being attended with much interest
Among thoso present wcro C, M
Cooke, T. Cllvo Davles, K. I). Tenney,
!'. 8. Dodge, C. A. Ilroyn, .tuck Low,
colonel 1'arkcr, Cnptnlir Itoss, Prlnro
David Kawunutiakon nnd ninny others.
Tho lease took place under tho order
of the trustees under tho will of thu
Into Dr. James Wight.
Tho upset prico per year of tho leasa
which will run until .Inn. IK, 1930,
was J.'OOn. Only one bid was made,
feu ISO.'U by A. Mason, representing
thu Wight estnto heirs, ami tho lease
wns knocked down nt that figure.
XUHIO Itt TABLES
Knlanlanaolo has tho Injunction
against him restraining him from dis
poning of any of his shares of thu
Knplnlanl Ijstnto dismissed, and he Is
nlMi awarded damages in tho sum of
(10(1 for thu retaining und payment of
counsel In tho enue, neeurdlug to tho
order Issued today by Judge Lindsay.
Tho .ludgu further orders that no Iw
Iher proceeding!! on tho part of the
plaintiff, II. tl. Mldilleilltch, bo ermlt
led, nor any plea, answer or other de
fendant, Knlanlanaolo and tho Knplu
lanl Kstnto, until two days after pay.
ment of tho $10".
AFRAID OTfHE DARK
Ite-ildentH of Cunhn lane liavo filed
it petition to tho Hoard of Suitorvlsors
nuking that nt least tlneo incandoscent
lights be plated In tho lane.
The petitioners say In part:: "Somo
of the residents wnlk to and from
hooiu dining tho dark nights In con
slant fear of being waylaid; somo of
Ihoni aru nt times obliged to carry
lanterns to safeguard uny attack upon
their pel sons."
HOi: In this i-lty, Jan. 11. 1907, to
Mrs. Evelyn Cooko Iloe, w-lfo of .Mr.
Charles It. Iloe, 192.1 Kulukuua ave
nue, a daughter.
Fathers Wymiin anil Htm!, the mls
rlonary priest, icturucd from lltlo In
the Kluau this iiiorniug.
K. M. Hwimzy wns a p.uMinror on ihu
ICInaii when hIiu arrived thtr morulna.
LAWN NO LINEN
l 5.75- ones for 3.25
6.00 ones for 4.00
7.00 ones for 4.00
7.50 ones for 5.00
8.50 ones for 5.50
12,50 ones for 8.00
14.50 ones for 9.00
16.00 ones for 10.00
25.00 ones for 15.00
The Value of-
Women are ftltractive because tlie arc women. Ii'li" sl'all letn tlint llieir attractiveness
is not tlotilifeiiljy a witestuih of the r.,ver ofeftlWrtrrfAn inililVtient-IooWng woman inav trans-
form herself to n ircu by the
lief gbwin Ami why not? Man jests at tliiSffUI;
for Ucrself : yet Imws Hlfe a slave to her witlf
In a different $ay 'tU the
taken :is his market value, .nnd
looking is called a "maii" -even
tleinaii." Tis a pity, tart 'tft
wlitn you n-qscm. it out. wliAt
Character, llofterty and tlte
hA association will) good clothes), so for latk i
UoiM imli'cs n man w tvlmt In1 wmrc
J7 UKI: STITXTO ORDER um$tnutp$rM .A , IR.IXTPF TUP I'll'
iVL AlcInerny, ltd.9
HtN ImiKI .l) MKKCI1AXT SIUI I-is.
UI ALOHA CHAPTER
In stall.itlon of otllcers or Lei Aloha
Chaiitcr, No. .1, O. II. S., took iilaco Sat
urday evening. January S. The Chap-
Inr I, win. ivit.1 vnrv iil-nlfllt- tlni'lirntiHl
with ferna unl roses, und. with tho,
beautiful gowns of tho ladles prefcent.
made a very pleasing effect. .The .fol
lowing officers were Installed: i.-'Mar-garet
Howard, Worthy Matron, re
elected for a second term, Mark I'. Hob
Inson, Worthy I'ntion; liuUo Ai True,
becrctnr.v; Annlo Coyne, Treasurer, re
elected; Minnie Krnzce, Conductiess;
Kdltli I.yle, AsHoelato Conductress,
Kale Campbell. Marshal; Ilcrtha Ultidt,
Adnh; llrcla Marllti, Iluth; Agnes Ma
lonaehle, I'.slhcr; Minnie Ithoails, Mur
tint; Allio I'intl. Klctu; ltlchard
Trent, Chaplain, Margiicilto Lyle,
Warder, ieaipolntrd; Agnes Ilateholor,
organist, r-.-npolnted; Arthur Cojne,
Lc.ihl Chaiitcr No. 2 attended tho cer
emonies In a large body nnd tho pres
ent Woithy Matron, Mrs. Chas. Ilcr-
I'rlck. and lleniy . Williams, Worthy
Patron,) with other past Worthy Mut
tons and Patrons, accepted beats on
tho platform where they responded to
tho ''good ot tho order. After tho In
stallation was over Alex. Pratt, In a
few well-chosen words, presented a
l.utidsomo Jewel to Margaret Howard,
Worthy Matron, and u gold-headed
tnno to ICdward Towsc, tho outgoing
7orthy Patron. Tho Worthy Matron
of l.el Aloha Chapter alwi presented
tho out-going officers with hnndsomcWAITY BLDC.
IN BLACK AND NAVY.
$ 9.00 ones for $ 6.50
12.50 ones for 8.50
16.00 ones for 12.50
18.00 ones for 14.00
mere twist of hi
feme with rrifcnif
'lis money llinl dim
by the cliihlrctt
true. TIk- world jtnlgjs us at firm siRln
else can I lie poor woiul tfe. ",
cardinal virtue $0itioL,tie put on the
Miiivcnlr sjkioiis ns a token of her re
hard for them. Tables wero arranged
to scat over seventy guests and were
more than filled with tho largo liutulier
present, und all enjoyed tho Ixiuntcous
spread. Agnes Maconachlo and Mr,
Tracy Ixith favored. 'thorn present with
music and were.. heartily applauded.
IMward Towse acteil us toastmaster
und thoso resnouillnc wero Henry WIN.
Hums, Mrs. Chas. Ilcrrlck, Mrs. II. Wit
Trent, Mr. Howard, Mm.
Howard, Mr. Cralibo, Mrs, Hoblnwm
and others. All enjoyed a very picas
CONSULAR CONFERENCE AND
ASKS ARMY POST
(Special Wireless to Uulletln)
Illlo. Jan. 12. Tho Hoard of Trade
lias appointed a eommittco to draft res
olutions supporting tho Consular Con
ference project and also to usk Wnuh
lugton authorities to station a poat of
troops on this Island.
P. E R. Strauch
Furnished Sr. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Larne Pool
for awlmmlnn. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. 117.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$18. per m.
74 8. KINO ST.
of Ready-To-Wear Apparel
) 5.00 ones for , $2.50
6.50 ones for . i 4.25
7.50 ones for 5.00
8.00 ones for 5.50
10.00 ones for 6.50
12.00 ones for 7,50
12.50 ones for 8.00
14.00 ones for , 8.50
a-WfK'k a tlmusanil heart livtlic clnrv of
rsnuwh pliilosnphv nsljiiro us he lors lier
is snulllled. His clothes ate
In' man ivltpxc clothes nre cheap
" rnintept iclassilin a "gen-
the failles we wear,
'.iirface, (aatl thev lo not Mif
Icfjiing betii, for tricftime.LeiiiR, at least,
PETERS SHAKES DOWN
'HE FIT PI
Attorney General l'etors, o'jn of tho
attorneys In the Holt will caw, gi-ts
the plum In the wny of fees Judge
Kohlnaon this morning awarded him u
leo of $1000 for his legal bervliea in
A number ot motions dealing 'Mill
Iho comixnsatlon ot attorneys In tho
caso und with somo minor pluiei of
tho contest' came up before tin Courtj
lor neariug mis morning. in iiiu uuici .
tmillnnu worn flptilcit fivrpm llilil flf'
Peters for a rcasunablo compensation.
Tho Judge decided that ho had e.uii"d
bliout a thousand dollars, mid ordered
that amount paid him out of llio fui'.-lrf
uf tho estate.
Tho ease in question was thu in.i.'ir
of Carlos A. IJiig, administrator, ver
sus John I). Holt, et ul. l-on,;. Il v. 1 1 1
bo rcmenibcred, applied for ua inter
pretation ot some phases ot tho will
and tho Court decided that tho estate it
h trust except In ho far ns Ihu' portion
ot It left to tho daughter Is concerned.
P1EADS NOT ill!
Judge Hoblnwm heard tho various
motions this moiulng In, tho mutter of
Kco Long, indicted by tho hut (it and
Jury on a chargo of manslaughter. Th
motion to quash tho Indictment van
denied and tho plea to Jurisdiction and
tho demurrer wcro both ovet ruled. Tho
defendant then entered a pica of not
$12.50 ones for $ 8.00
18.00 ones for 12.50
29.00 ones for 12.50
21.00 ones for 15.00
fitly Livingston returned from his
trip lo the Conpl on tho Alameda this
morning nnd held a reception on tho
turner of Foil nnd King streets, win re
one after another of hli.frlcnds would
etimo up nnd shnKc his hand, telling
Mm how much better ho looked thnn
when he went iiwuy. 'In speaking ot
his trip ho xnld
"I went up by wny of Vnncouver, II.
C, und then enmo down to San Kran
ilsco, stopping on tho way everywhere
Hint 1 wished, nnd taking my time. I
stayed In Seuttlu for a week, nnd talk
nbout a swift town. Thoso chaps up
there don't seem to know the vnluc of
money lit all. They certainly Healed me
In the finest possible shape.
"In Portland I had n fine time and
had a week's duck shooting. Yes, 1
bhot n duck, too, nnd brought It back
Btutled lo prove that I had. No, I didn't
have to uso a rapid flro Colts, loaded
with grapo shot, to hit it '.vll'i either.
I guess you must think I nm Joshing.
Wo had' duck for dinner ono night on
tho Alameda coming down, They were
the ones that 1 shot, which I was bring
ing down here to give the boH on the
newspapers a dinner with, and I'm aw
full sorry, but the people on tho boat
ntn the very last one.
"I had' u flno time nnd feel lots bet
ter, nnd I ran tell J on after all, Hono
lulu for me."
fiONE BUT NIKIOTIEN
jTjlio steamship Moaua has departed;
ViihnsiG. C. Charles und family. Ills
departure was not shouted from tho
housetops. Mr. Charles appeared In
this city nearly a year ago nnd nt onco
"got a Job" with Ihu Hawaiian Ktar.
Ills success ns u canvasser wuh not of
tho howling variety and ho "yuniped
Somo timet later ho came into kih
pi'sslon of a small nuiouut of funds
which bo stated was iiihiIo by n lucky
htriko on his part, and forthwith ho
'opened it sloiu on Kurt street, near
Ilcretanla avenue. Hod.i wntcr, nlc
nacs and it general asortnient of
I cheap goods was tho stock.
I llusluess wns rushing riishlng right
by tho door. Money wan clove but not
close enough for' him to grub It, anil
Quietly folding a few trinkets, he.
with his family, depar'rd for thu Coast
A card displayed in tho storo door
rends, "fiouo to lunch; will return
It is whispered lint parties who
ulded him financially In tho storo en
lurprlso arc wondering where liu takes
his meals mid how lung thu repast will
Tl) IU IfflAIl
Tho Central rnniinltleo's siili-eom-mltteo
on legist! Ion will 'lold a unit
ing this after" in, at whle'i rcpoit"
will be ri'tel . ' i om tho vat luu i mem-
berr ot tho to ulttee, to ej"'i of whom
onu special subject fur b'l.uiatlon h.ti'
iH-en assigned I' ti, balleut)m', tl.o
chairman of the committee, stuteii tint
ho does not anticipate tl.a: thcro will
l.u any special dlscii'Hloii on tho sub
ject of tounty school IriaiiU
Thcirlnk is always crowded Wednoi.
day and Saturday nights v-lien the
band 'illspeuses stirring murehcii an
two stejis that makes sknlliig to tho
ryhthm so enjovable. Join the crowd
W. II. Hoops, Jr., was among thel
passengers rrlvlng from Ban Kr.ui-
clsro in the Alameda this morning.
SILK AND WOOLEN
NAVY, DLACK, RED AND WHITE
ALPACA. CASHMERE, ETC.
$3.00 and $3.50 ones for $2.25
3.75 and 4.00 ones for 2.50
WHITE SILK ,
$5X10 ones for $3.50
BLACK JAP SILK
$6.50 ones for $4.00
Shingle Says Fire In Pit
Of Kilauea Has
The reports of the outbreak of Man
na t.iKi, as given by tho Hullctln's sim-c-liil
wireless telegrams, were in every
wny ronflrnied by the jieople who nr-
tlved fnim Hawaii In the Klnnu this
morning. Among these were several
tourists, all of whom wero cnthuslastio
over the sight which they had eujojed.
II. W. 8hlnglo. of tho Waterhouii
Trust Co., who returned In the Klnatt
from n business trip lo Hawaii, saw tho
outbreak from Illlo, and describe II
us being a very beautiful sight.
"I was nt Illlo when the on tin cat:
took jililcc. That wub ut exactly ll:5u
on Wednesday night. Suddenly tho
bky was Illumined by n very bright
led glow. The ntr was very clear ami
llio cloud effect so peculiar that It
looked as it the whole world was utile.
There were a number of tourists pres
ent, mill they wero alt delighted with
tho sight. One of them said that It re
minded him strongly of tho burning of
H.in Krnnclsco, which he had seen from
"While the glow, which we saw from
Illlo, was undoubtedly from tho nuiltt
crater of Mouua lo.i, the lava flow Is
iciHirlcd lo be mining Iroin the Kan
side, where It is wild to be running over
Colonel Norrls' ranch. When I left
Illlo considerable telephoning wuh be
ing done, but tho Information obtained
wns very meaget. In Illlo thcro were
i bout three earthquake shocks, but I
understand that Julian Monsarrat
claimed I hat there were over fifty Iti
, "On the following day our party left
lor the Volcano House. Tho glow from
Manna Ij.i bud died down at ulsiut 3
o'clock hi the morning. There was no
i.mol.e from Kilauea, which Is always
mi Indication 'of the lire's getting hol
ler. , We went lo the rrnter ami found
that there wns more flro than usual,"
Herald Detrlbes Outbreak
Tho Illlo Herald, dated January 10,
l,".s the following to say regarding thu
A great outbreak on Manna Ia oc-
rurred last night. Tho red glaro winch
lold of iho eruption was i-ceu at about
midnight, and all over thu town iieoplu
wero aroused to look at tho fire.
"As seen shortly lifter midnight
troui HIiu, Ihu dfsphiy was a huge red
(oliituu of smoke, with thu cloud
above lit up by tho glaro so that tho
light must huvo been visible for tunny
miles. Kvldtiilly u tremendous flow
uf lava had started from homo Hiiut
en tho sides of tho big mountain. Ef
forts were made to communicate with
Iho Vobiuo House nnd with l'ahala
without success. Kan teported weath
er so cloudy that nothing could bu
"Thu eruption Is far above Kilauea,
iiud is thought by somo to bu Mokun
weoweo. As seen from sumo points,
howuver. It npiieiirs to bu over tho rim
of tho mountnlii, In which caso tho
I.-mi Is probably Mowing down thu oth
"Thoso who observed tho big out
break of 1899 say that tho glaro last
night wus greater. Borne ot tho old
timers who stood nnd watched from
U'ulliiku bridge ut midnight declared
hiat tho flio was tho biggest they had
"Hundreds of peoplo In Illlo watch
ed llio display. All over Iho town let
t phones rang and neighbors culled ono
unother, nnd tunny walked to tho Wat
lukii bridge or other places fiom
which a good vluw was to bu had."
Tbo Weekly Kdltluu ot tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete aummary of
th nnw of th riar For 1 yar,
NAVY BLUE PIOUE, WHITE DUCK.
LINEN CRASH and BROWN LINEN.
35e ones for 25c
75c ones for 50o
jA jt j jf
Every garment offered at these re
duced prices Is new and up-to-date.
The same goods you have been buying
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