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nvnsMNrt Kiu.MvrtN, noNot.in.ti, t..ii., Friday, jan is, iw:t
is the Best, Brightest and Cheapest Light for this country.
As to oxjrgen it is here to burn. If you doubt it note the
number of trees that were blown down two weeks ago. If
you don't use gas you'd better begin.
J We Repair
u f t
Wc have fully equipped premises on
Ouccn Street between Fort and Ala-.
Ken iiirccis, ana arc in simpc iu uu
first-class repairing, painting, etc.
This department I In charge of
skilled workmen, who, besides doing
icpalr work build wagons, drays and
Prices arc exceedingly moderate
nml the service unequalled In tho Ter
ritory. Schuman Carriage Co.
CARRIAOE REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Ouccn St., bet. Fort and Alakea Sts.
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAM.
LIES. 8hlPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Several faithful Japanese women de
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICU8.
PHONE WHITE 2576.
RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
Tel. Main 108.
O. Oox 102. ,
Lord and Bslser,
Dredging, Sewers. Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil .
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO STS.
Iiave opened a Horseshoe
ing department In conncc
lion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In- '
trusted to thcin In a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
tS7 MERCHANT STRCCT.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI..,t?ARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FQR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVtS.
No Reatonabl Offer Refuted.
Small ,and .Medium SUcs. .Complete.
A, FERMNGE7. & SOU,
Nos. 44 50 King St., Ka'tsey Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith Gts.; Tel. Main' 189.
Bamboo l-uinlturc Made to Order.
picture Framing a Specialty.
b03 fa. UERCTANIA ST.
OENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanja Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
K. FUIITA & CO.
FANCY BAMIIOO AIITICLCO MADE
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI 8T.
The Wcu;)y IMUIoq nf ttia nvenlnj
llulKtln elvei a eompletn Hiuubiury o(
tbo uowd of tho d.y. For SI - yu,
No. Oil. TKRRITORV ()!' HAWAII
rouuT or i.ani rkuistkation
TKIIRITOKY ()!' HAWAII TO OAlltl
RAILWAY AND LAND COM-
I'ANY: 1IUI.UKAAI.ANI r); l
K. AltCHKK: W. V. rilHAIt;
.MrK. CLARA 11. SMITH; TKRIlt-
TORY of HAWAII by K. C. 1'K-
TORS ns Attorney (lenerui;
COUNTY of OAIIW by OHO. W
SMITH lis Clinlrinan of I ho limit d
of Supenlsorn; mill to AM, whom
It limy concern:
Wheicas, h K.'tllioii ban been pro
hciiIciI lo said Court by .!. It. ATI TICK
TON KSTATi:. LIMITHI), lo reglsloi
mid confirm Ms llllo In Ilio follow Ins-
llcglunlng nt a point on tho cast
side of I,chua Ale, hearing by true
azimuth, IK, 21', nud illKtnnt Sou. ft
from Ilio north-east corner of I.unt
klln itiul l.chii'i AM'iiueH. from which
comer llaiinlug Tilg. Station boars
71' 3D' 3U", mill la distant 1R2D.8 ft.
nml running hy lino iizluiutlm:
(1) 1U7' 21', 20u ft., aloiiK I.cliua
(2) 27 21', ISO ft., alone l.lit II;
(3) 317 21', 21)0 ft., nloiiB Lots
IS, 1R, 17, nml 18;
(!) 77 24', 18n ft., along Lot f, to
tlu Initial point; anil containing
mi urea of 3f!,ono, Square l-'ect
helm; Lois 7, 8, !), nml 10, of lllock ID
of the IVulnsula iiortlon of I'earl City,
mul being also a poitlon of Apaua 17
of I,. C. A. 7713 to V. Kmiiaiualit. In
Wiikiuinun, ljiva, Oaliu.
Von arc hereby tiled lo npiiear nl
Ibe Court of I. nml Registration, to he
held In Honolulu, Island of O.iliu, o-i
tho lllb ilny of February, A. I)., 11107,
at ono o'clock mul thirty nilnuleii In
the afternoon, lo plum cause, If any
oii have, why tho piajrr nl Fiihl poll-
lion should not ho giauled Ami mi
less Jim appear at hald Court at tho
lime nml placa iifnrosnhl jour default
will he recorded, mul tlio hhIi! petition
will bo taken as cdnfessod, and you
win no rorover imrrcu irnin contesting:
Halit petition or any decree ent'erud
Witness. PHILIP 1,. WUAVIIR. li
quire, Judgu of Raid Court, this 3rd
day of January, In tho year nineteen
hundred mid seven,
A I teat with Heal or iiald Court.
(Heal) W. I,. HOWARD,
3.'.8I Jan. I, 11, IS. 25.
IN THi: CIRCUIT COURT Of TIIK
Jtecond Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
t Chambers; In Probate. In tho Mai
ler of tho KstaTo of David Ciowcll,
lain of Wallukti, ,Mnul, Deceased. Or
der of Nollro of. Hearing Petition for
Administration. On reading and til
ing tho petition of I.llni Crowd), wid
ow of nhovu deceased, of Wnllukii,
Maul, alleghiR Hint Dald Ciowcll of
Walluku. Almil. died Intestato at Wal
lukil, .Maul, on the 22nd day of Do
cumber, A. D. limii, lending properly
Jn tho Hawaiian Inlands necessary to
ho adn-.lnlntereil upon, ami praying
lh.it IctliTH of iidmlulHtrallou lsuo to
Clement Cniwell, It Ih ordered that
Monday, the lib day of February, A.
D. 1007. at 10 o'clock a. ui bo nud
hereby In appointed for heating said
petition In the court room of IhlR
court at Walluku, Maul, at which llino
ami phu-a all persona concerned may
appear ami show cause. If any they
hiue, why wild petition should not ho
granted, and that notice of this order
bo published In the English lauguagu
fur threo siicceislvo weeks In tho
livening llullutlu, a dully newspaper
piluled mid published In' Honolulu.
Dated at Walluku, .Maul, Dec. 20,
(Sd.) A. N. KUI'OIKAI,
Judge of tho Circuit Court or tlio
(Sd.) KDMIIND II. HART,
(Seal) Clerk of Ilio Circuit Court
of-the 2nd Circuity
3575 Dee. 28; Jan. 1, 11, IS.
isWJWss swsws s i m.aiwwas.
PACIFIC TENNIS CLUB.
The anuiinl meellng of tho l'aclflu
TuiiiiIh Club will ho held at iooiuh In
tho cluh hoiino, King atreet, at 7:3U
P. in I'lblay, Jan. IS, l!lf7.
DACIKIC TD.NNIH CLUU.
W I'. ROTH.
VICTOR TALKINQ 'MACHINES
Compare he talking machine of five
years ago with the Victor of today
and note the wonderful advancement,
It Is Impotslblo to conceive of any fur
ther Improvement in this almost 'hu
DERG8TROM MUSIC CO, LTD. '
Callfornlii Safe Deposit and Trust
Co., cor. California ami Montgomery
SIh., Han Francisco. For tho six
inontliB ending December 31, 190C, div
idends ftno been declared on the do
posits .In tho Havings department of
this ccmpmiy an follows: On term do-
IMislla nt tho ralo of 3 fi-10 per cent,
per annum, and on ordinary deposits
nl the. rato of 3 1-2 per cent, per Mi
lium, free of tuxes, ami paynblo on ami
utter Wednesday, January 2, 1907. Tho
same rale of Interest will ho paid by
t.ur branch olllceH, located at 1531 Do
lsadcto St., !I27 Valencia St. mul 1740
I-'lllninro St., San Francisco.
J. DAI.Z15I,!, DROWN.
The Oermnii SaWugs ami Ixjan So
cley, 2i! California SU Sail Francis
co. l'or Ilio half year ending Decem
ber ill, I soil, a dMdcnd has been do
clared at tho rato of three and !
IvntliR (3 fi-10) per cent, per annum on
all deposits, fieo of taxes, payable on
mul after Wednenlny, January 2. 1007.
Dividends not called for uro ndded to
mul bear Ilio satno rato of Interest as
Ilio piluclpnl from January 1, 1007.
SfiSl-2w , Secretary.
DROUGHT US THESE
Ladles' shirt waists, material and
ready-to-wear; latest fashion back and
durable umbrellas, and
a large quantity of exceptional good
quality gents' and ladles' shoes.
We Invite you to come and see our
goods, even If you don't care to buy.
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KINQ ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
Swell patterns In latest
fjreys. We make them to
order at ready-to wear
$22.50 to $30
Geo. A. Martin,
HOTEL 8TREET. '
Men's Dess Shirts
50c, 65c, 75c,
$1, JM 25
1033 Nuujnu St., bet. Kln and Hotel
, LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets,
MRS. MORUAN'U JAMS and JELLIEO
FOR SALE AT
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
For Rent" cards on ale at
the Bulletin office.
n-n rn isJ't n- v n iZJzzJ
rtir-fi.W55rvy r-trj-rJr-S"i.sv jv-,-vv ,-.' rJ r--rJ
The following resolution has been'
prcpaied by the Automobile Cluh,
whlih Is lo be presented to the llo.inl
Copy of a resolution pasred at the
mertlng df the Automobile Cluh of Ha
waii held Wednesday lilght, President
MiCnndless of the club being delegated
to present the same to the Hoard of
ltesoled, WhcrciiR, we recognize the
fact thai the subject of muds Is one
of the niot general and most Impm t-
ant that ecu lie couslileicil by the linn
nintiltv In general and by all asmxla-'
lions Inning a general Interest
public good nl heart, and.
Whereas, II la most Important fur
the general good of our city ami county
II. at wc have mid maintain the best
Hts-dhlc roiiils. mid
Whereas, It has been and Juitly la'i
our pride, inmfnrl and couxculeucj
that Honolulu unci tho adjacent i nan
ny have liecn and are blessed' with
Hinds and strectH much better mul
more beautiful than the Ihoroughfmes
of most communities, ami
Wh-reas, We know that petsons vis
iting thcfe Inlands mid traeling oer
our roads, hae been delighted with
their nppcurnnca and tnudltlou, and
thai thus we have been able lo ton
tribute to tlio iiimforl and ciTjo) incut
of personsvlsltlng bete, and that Hum
our eoihi name as a city and eoiiutn
able to mal.e iiUnml mid prolltiibli
the wijoiiru of to.irltts and traveiero
upon this Island, auH"
Whereas. We recognUn the fact that
moneys Judiciously expended In the
creating and maintaining good roads
and streets, Is tho best Investment that
ciiii he made out of public moneys, ami
one thul yields the largest dividend of
permanent good and advantage, and
Whereas. Wn deem it advisable that
ibe Importnnce of good roads ho appre
ciated hy the public generally ami pic'
willed to ilin naleers (barged with the
treating and maintaining of the roads
nml streets, and
Whereas, A new administration
chaiged with these duties has Just en
tered iihiii tills most luiHirtaut trust.
Therefore, Wo will, IndlWdiinlly mid
colled lcly, do all In our power to
forward the couse of good roads, and
will unite with all other associations
and organizations having In view the
public good In forwarding any inou
incut for the W'ttcilmt and the main
taining of mads or sheets, and that
we lirsltl ourselves out as ever leiuly In
i. nlted with all Impnm-mcnl clubs and
iisKoelalloiiM In the fullest co-opcrutloii
Hi any work. Influence ami cntcrpiisr
to. be entered upon for the securing
and maintaining of the beet iu:sblbln
btreclK and roads upon these Islands,
and lb.it wo will moil heartily m.ilit-
laln, HiiKtaln, obey mid assist our conn
ly oiriccrs In I heir efforts mul oriliif
wires put forth and made, on the suli
jcit of good roads, ami lehitlng to tlm
usn or good roads ami the enjoyment
oi mo miiue.
The qucbtlou of hatliiR a mllo walk
In tho list of uvents'for tliq cbainplou.
ships of Haw-all, Is an fnterestlng ono.
It bus been In ought up through only
ono Hiurce. That Is ono of tho clubs
which helluxes that It can win (ho
etenl and thus gain In polntu for tho
An a natter of fuel. If there Ih such
r thing mi a mile wllk It will menu re
turning (ff medieval uport, and ono
limy easily expect to rco n loiirnay
with men In armor ami armed with
Isncco and nwnrds, ns one of tho other
cnnts. Tho mllo walk has for the
last many ycara been considered as
obsolete ami has bad no placo In
championship games. There are sev
ttnl reasniiH for this, tho most impor
tnt beltiK tho fact that it consumes a
grunt doal of limn and Is extremely im
Intel esllng to the spectators. Another
reason Ih that In xplto of tho uttomptrf
of tho JudgoH to lie absolutely fnlr,
t.'ieru will bo proloi-tu made and eiltl
clflin called forth.
In the Amateur Athletic Union
(hiimplnnidilp there linn been no mile
walk linen 1898. Tho three-mllo wnllf
waa dropped ln( 1897 mid tlio boh-H'
mllo walk dropped in 1SST,.
Tlio members of tlio committee, ban
dllnc tlio ssmca and v,-ho v.-lll dcdOn
on tha Avnnts shnulil bnnr tbln In mind
nud tho wishes of any club which !h
uimpiy tijnib' to b'uiu pouiis fur itseu
should not he allowed to stand ngnlnsl
Hie course which would otherwise ho
PROGRAM FOlTlADIES' NICHT
The Hawaiian Swimming Club ar
ranged their program Wednesday c ril
ing for the Indie night that they tin
to give on Ibe Zfitb day of this inoulh
nl the Hotel Halli.
A cry Interesting card will lie pro
i.cnted nud some new features) In the
Hue of swimming will he shown The
cluh will lui the services of two ll-
tie girls not. over the age of 12 who will
mvIiii rnreii anil do sonic fancy dluiig,
i riicfe girls are wonilerH and those who
i , .,. ..i ..,,.... ....i.... i...i..
nave me pieai-uiv in niun-Miith im-n
cNhlhltlon will K'o bomethlng lo ic-
There will be fancy swimming mid
living and a hitidlrap race.
One of the members of the club has
agreed to swim two lengths of the ttmlf
with l-i"i hn-ids mid fret bound. Tlili
tx n l.-i-vli r.il fnnl ittiil III Itself nlnllo
- honhl atliaet i.mrli Interest
'I'l.e iiimnletc progrmu is as follows:
1. HMiiu and swlmm'.iig hy girls.
2. Kline) i.wbninlng.
II. Plate context.
I. Race under water, Ti ards.
fi, I-'ancy dlluc.
ii. Snlmiuiug with hands ami feet
7. Huudlnip rare.
S. Follow the leader.
m. i iimn
(Special to Tho llullctln)
Walluku, .Maul, Jan. 17. Mrs. Sarah
KalaniH, mother of Senator S. 12. Ka
huna. ,illcd at. her homo ut Maknwao
last Wednesday evening at in:3U
o'clock. Mrs K.itama had hern In
vorj had health for some time, and
retiiiiieil to Maul from Honolulu sever
al months ago, believing Hint a change
nf climate would benefit her. Hhn
leaves an only son, and a brother, Ml,
Naukami, of Honolulu, besides a host
of nieces and nephews, to mourn their
loss. Tho first husband of the deceiiH-
ed was Knoka Kalaiiao, a I'unalioii
boy, who taught mi Kugllsh school
durliiK Hie seventies at the old Kan-
makuplll church. Kahiiiao was Sena
tor Kahuna's father. After Kaluimo's
death, deceased married agiiu to John
Kiilnum, a well-to-do Hawall'ill attor
ney of Maknwao. .Mrs. Kahuna's fu
neral took place from the family re
Idcnco yesterday afternoon ami wan
M;r largely attended by the host of
friends, relatives and ncipialiitiimuti of
deceased In the Makawao district.
m MM HOME
llllo, Hawaii, Jan. 15. C. I Slurle-
vant, pruclp.il of tho llouokna hcIiihiI,
died al his homo Ibeiii after an Illness
ol ten weeks, on Sunday. Typhoid was
tho cause of his demise. Ho returned
from a tilp to tho Coast some time ugo
nml was not feeling well nt the time
of IiIh return, Ho was a nathe of
California nml was thirty years of age,
Ho had many friend, who esteemed
It I ii i highly and mourn bis loss iiuaf-
fectedl). The funeral took place yes
terday at Ilio llouokna cemetery.
Mr Stiirlovnnt Is well known In Ho
nolulu, having been a teacher at Mill.)
Institute Last summer bo did sH'clal
work at the lllthop Museum.
The following persoim wero apiioint
ed iik Judges for costumes and award
ing rises at the coming Mnrdi Grait
lestlval' Mrs. II. Kocke, chairman;
Mrs. do II. Lnyanl, Mrs. K. R Illshop,
Mrs, Harry Macfarlano, Captain Car
ter and I). Howard Hitchcock,
SIn of Honolulu's beautiful lives are
lo act as ladles In walling In thn l'rli
rend. Their nanien have not been r.lv
tin out )et
TIi tialiiliu; hblpii Al.lii.iik-hlmu
Matsifshlma and Hashldatn, which
trrro to leave yo'r.osul'.a fcr America
fin .Tannarv 7. havn tinstiionpd their do
j ijirlur.j iinlll alio.tt thu mlddlu'of this
inoiitii. Japan Auvcruucr, juii. b.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Met Pane 8, NSW TO-DAY, for New Adas.
furnished cottngo in gisul locality. Ad
dress "X.," IliillcUn 3S92-w
flenogrnpher for pbintallim olllcc. Ad
dress "A." Ilullctlii. XlSOtf
RiHiniH single or en suite. Terms easy,
flood accommodations. Just tho
place for saving money to small
wnReearncra. Como nml try. Tho
New Urn Hotel, Kort St. bet. Vino
J aril mid School Sts. 3531 tl
Coltngc to let on llcrctaiil.t St. Tluco
beilronms and all inuderii convenl
ences. Just newly painted Inside
and out. Rent cheap. Apply ut of.
lieu of Knplolnnt Kstnlc.
Cool, niosiiilto-proof rooms; also
rooms furnished for housekeeping. ,
Alakca House, 1077 Alakca St.,
furnished housekeeping rooms. Kn
unite No. 8 Cottngo (liove, S.'Sfttf
Cottsscs In Chrlstly Latie. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith SL, mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Km
ma St.; rent reasonable . 3101-tf
Sewly furnished mosquito proof rooms
at K4 Vineyard St. 272MI
Near John CasJldy'K place, Walklkl,
u Cocker Spaniel, black body with
while fc-l. Reward If returned to
lllllletlll 'Plllce, 3591-lv
lllsnk books of all forts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin lub
ths Bulletin offlca.
cams on salt at
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, O-
gan and Singing. Pleasant and easy
method, ciiHiirlug thorough mid
rapid progress, with perfect touch
time, linduilng mid expression
Letters promptly replied to, or Inter
view at Studio, 213 Vineyard St. ne.v
l.'mma St. fiou 3 to C, Saturdays ex
ceptcd. 3579-1 in
Vlr. Jas. Sheridfn, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left nt tho Ha
waiian News Co., Young hblg. I'hi.ne
291 or Cnttfgn No. 1, Ilaalelea Lawn.
Gultir lessons silven. Terms moder
ate. Apply 15'J King St., opposite
Young Hotel, .159()-tf
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Foit St.
Yee 8lng Kee Plumber and Tinsmith'
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
.mua j i . ,, ,.' - M i
New Years ft
You had better start the J.
New Year right In your olflco i
with the use of a Loose Leaf ','t
Ledger outfit. .We have every .'
thing. .CASUS for .original !
rcccrd, all forms, and tram-- lj!
fcr cases. ft
Experts pronounce this sys- 'S
tern the best. -K
Hawaiian Office jj
:--'v-r-' vTv-i-X-y .-VNiiH-a
Is quite the rage. It wl bo piopcily
shaped if ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUIIAKEA ST,
Ulstik books of all sorts, leasers
etc., manufactured by the Uulletln l'ub
Land In the city with a fronlaga of
115 feet on King Street. Orouml
rent will ghe' ptirclmner eight (R)
per cent. net. I.ohsco pays taxen
and nil other assessments and keeps
building:! on laud Insured for be He
ll t of Lessor, l'or further parllctt
l.irs, apply to John '. Culbiirn.
3550 tf 1
i fine corner lnt In Maklkl. Curblnn,
water, fruit and Jrunmontal trees
, and all Improvements. Two tain
i utcs' walk from cars and I'unaboti
Collrge. Address It. F tbls oOte.
j,,ro W() t.r.Rl0rn ,) i'ymuti
iH.k ,.KC8 for p-iiImb; ' nlwi a Tew
, , f ..... ri,!,.!,.,.,,. em ki..
near McCully St.
Fresh Hawaiian cigars made from gen
uine Hawaiian mid tho best Havana
tobacco. There Is no better stuokn.
Myrtlo Cigar Store. 35;0lt
A llalxock Dispatch Ncwh Press, fold,
or, etc., complete; good condition.
Apply llullctln odlee.
lap.iueso pug pupplCK. Inquire at thu
Veterinary Infirmary of A. II. Row
at. I)V.S.. 777 King St. 3.iS7t
In South Knua, fiti.uno acres of lar.d as
a whole. Addrc&s S. Norrls, Walo
lilnu, Hawaii. 3550 tf
Squabs 111 any
WOOJVl AlNO BOARD
Room nml board In private faintly for
gentleman. 1335 Wilder Ave.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
,'6h?d. Takata, 1281 Kort St.
- ' '
Set Hastings for repairs ef Locks,
Krya, Music Iioicj, Snarpentas; of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill
or house-help, pHone'Whlt 2841, Ma
klkl. Criicral JCmploymnnt Offtc.
ror Ponsacola and Ileretanla.
Manicuring, electric facial and scalp
treatment, and removal of supcrllu
oua hair Mrs. Kalhrjn Roots, 1116
RIcb.irdH St. 3592-tt
llln.nk books nf all aorta, ledjtxra
etc., manufactured by tho IlulIoUn Tub
jJT"For Rent" cards on sals at
the Bulletin offle ,
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 383. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D, D.I 8.
flOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.! CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE. 151.
23 HOTEL ST.
Is kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'S ADVER.
T I S I N O AGENCY.
124 Saniome St., San Francisco, Cl.,
where contracts for advertising can
h muds for It .
The Weekly Kdltlou or the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
tto news ol tne day. For SI a yaar(
,.t J-t.-. r..l, .....is-. t-. m, t f.
aa. kwMr : 'v!