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rvrvun mi.t.rm itoNni.tM.i' t ii thi ihiuy jam ? i.:
iNovv You Need
Lawns have grown rapidly after the epiei rams. They need
I Irimmlng We have the fameut Pennsylvania Lawn Mower and
cheaper makei. One advantage of buytnf lawn mower from us Ii
that we have all the entra partt to reflate any that may become
broken We alto carry grass catthers, shears for trimming edyes, i
hedge shears, yarden trowel and weedert. etc. ;
E, 0. HALL & SON. LIMITED,
COH. FONT AND KING ST8
. iuii -ti:i.i.:.(l I'lii:.
w're at tbi! luix.f the lit-i-t
If yon li3o i:i i:ii::l the c!ian:;inT r
oi anv riwnii tu tlir l.oii'A', '.'.U
PAINTER AND DECORATOR PHONE 426.
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Try Our Home-Smoked
Hams and Bacon
C. Q. Yee Hop &
Tel. Main 261
at Halelwa will do you a lot of good I
if you feel run down and want to
build up. We have everything for your
comfort and enjoyment. If the weath
er I- not clear you have comfortable .
verandas for retting and cozy parlors
if It Is your preference to remain In
cJiors. The billiard room Is alio con-
St. Clair Bidgood,
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke sold
this market. Try it.
HAYSELOEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
Benny & Company,
SEWING MACHINES and BUYERS
1?.G6 and 1268 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 488.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
' Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
r. L. FERGUSON, D. D. 8., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
Phone MAIN W
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 4B7.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
134 FORT STREET.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dtalirt In Lmbir and Co'i
ALLEN A "OftlNBON,
QUEPN ST., !(
jajty Flnt Job Printing it the Bul
A Lawn Mower
AM) OTilKIt I'lANOS,
THAYER PIANO CO.
15 IIOTin. HTItKBT
J'honu .Main 218,
DON'T TAKE COlH
leave It for the man who
has not provided himself
with a bottle of Anti
Grip tablets. These are
made from a prescription
of a Honolulu physician
and it Is In no sense a
These tablets are the
only positive cure for the
Benson, Smith & Co.,
near the city. Best of care
Stock called for and returned.
Teh Main 109
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
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WAHIIINtlTON I). ( Jim 21 4
Ithers Harbors Hill conns four
4- hundred thousand i-arh fur llono- 4
j- lulu lllli. harlxir
'4- The above cablegram was ii-
reived iIiIk MiirtiliiK liy tlovernor
4- Carter fnini HawuM's repreniitn-
4- llo III Congress It mentis thai 4
the Committee on Hher mul 4j
" llnrbor liaa decided to lecom- 4 1
I 4 mend an appropriation for the 4 '
4 Improvement of tin linrbor of 4
14 llonolulii nnd Unit of llllo twice 4
4 UK laritu u lliu inornlnK cable 4
4 stated According l the Assort- 4
4 ali Press, Ihi- iiiiroirlatlou rce- 4
4 imm-nd-d for each of tliu liar 4
4 iMirn uiunuuted to $200,000. Tin 4
4 cable to the (luternor from Kit- 4
4 lilo, however, hum sent Uxlay, mid 4
4 limy be taken as gMng lliu cor- 4
. rect IlKiirt'H 4
4 H-aker Cuntioii has evidently 4
4 kept liia promise to llnwull to fa- 4
4 or u Koud uiinirlatlou for her 4
4 two principal harbors TIiIk in 4
4 in pursuance of IiIh expressed hu- 4
4 lief that llnwull In the most in- 4
4 Kirtaiit of the Inmilar territories 4
4 of tliu United HIiiIch ami should 4
: be treated accordingly 4
HAVE EXHIBIT HERE
Kecretnry Wood of the I'romotliiu
Committee lias prepared the fotlowliiK
lemrt for the nieelllli; of (hut IkhIv
Honolulu, Jan. IMtli, I!iu7
C'h.ilrmuu uuil .Memherx of the Hawaii
Oelitleinun. I mil pleased to report
Unit the lunnaKemeht of tliu I.m An
pules Times has placed our committee
on Its free nialliiiK list, ami, what is or
Itreuter liiiHirtaucu still, Mr. C. It.
Iliicklaud, publisher of Trans-Pacific
Trade, bus been eimaKctl by Reneral
Otis to supply a weekly letter to the
Times, in which valuable paper inter-c-stliiK
uuil readable news from Hawaii
will be n regular feature from now on,
I haw written the business manager,
askliiK that they publish HoiioIiiIu'h
tt-iiilmrntuie dally ami have also again
taken up this matter with thn New
York Herald mid the Chicago ltcconl
I' Tliu December Hock fslutul uuil San
ta Kit Hallway folders again ghu val
uable space to mention of Hawaii, ami
we are urKltiK the other Trans-Conti
nental Hallway lines to continue their
vood work along slmllur Hues.
A letter from Mr Prank Vlgglnn,
secretary of the l.os Angelen Chamber
of Commerce, dated January Htli,
states that tliu steamship Ohio is tliu i
one engaged for the trip to Hawaii
uuil that iivur two hundred people hao
algned up. Many of the leading mem
lieis of tliu Chamber, Including the
president, a prominent banker of Los
AukhIum, will be uniong the party.
Mr. Wiggins contemplates renting u
store room in Honolulu during tliu time
the steamer Is lu nort and Installing an
ixhlblt of mumifactured materials ati'Ii'nion S. Co,
products or southern caiiiornta ttinti
could be used on tliu Islands, possibly
leaving tliu exhibit on view for two or
three months. He says, "Our object
lu this excursion Is to open up tradu
between the two points and eventually
start u line of steamers." "This trip
of ours will, I think, be nn Incentive
lo the creation of n Los Angeles-Honolulu
Steamship Company, and In order
that It may so result, wu want our ex
cursloii to be a most successful one"
The committee's agent In lAia Ange
les, Mr. Chllds, has, ut our request,
placed his services ut tliu dlspouul of
tliu l.o Angeles Chamber of Com
merce Kxcurslon Committee und, ac
cording to Mr. Wiggins, Is doing mo':t i
I'lults for the 1007 Floral I'uradu
me fast niutmlng Mr. Dillingham's
subcommittees aie all haul ut work
and feel confident of making the event,
even more successful than last year's
parade. It Is proposed lo Introduce
rcvcrul new and interesting features.
)( X 31 A K X X J U f If X S H K M 31 H
W HONOLULU WEATHER if
Jan. 24, 1907. I
Temperatures c n. m,, 08; 8 a. in,
1 72 j 10 u. m., 72; noon, 71!; morning
' Iluromuter, 8 u. lit., 29,01; absolute i
humidity, 8 u. m U.800 grains pur oi-
blc foot; lelatlvo humidity, 8 a. ni 80
per cunt.; dew point, 8 a. in., GG.
Wind 0 n. in., velocity 4, direction
NK; 8 u. in., velocity 4, direction NU:
10 a. in., velocity 2, direction W; noon,
eIoclty 9, direction 8V.
Hulufall during 24 liours eiuloj
S u, in., ,12 Inch,
Total wind movement during 24
liours ended at noon, 202 mllys,
' WM. II, HTOOKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8, Weather Uureau.
If you want lu enjoy rebuilt
health, take a few dnres of I lie
Miters. It will make lliu stomach
sitting and the blood bine. Our
punt record of over 50 yeara proven
Its Vtortli It cures Indlgeetlon,
Dyipepsla, Heartburn, Coitlve
neia, Female Complaints, Malaria,
Tever and Ague Try a bottle to
day. VIDA WILL GO
TO SEEK GOLD
Henry) Vldu tin' former assistant
HtiiTlrr. Intends to i.eek Ills fortune In
tliu Kold fields of Tonopuli Ho stated
this morning that It was his Intention
to leave for San KrauciKCo In lliu 81
berla Kebruuri 5 He will remain in
that city until tliu sprliiK comes with
milder weather, and will then strike
out for Tonopah, whcie he will look
(or tliu elusive lelhnv metal.
Vlda's plans were given an impetus
by u letter which hu received fioin
Uomcz, the Jeweler, who formerly liv
ed here, (iomcz wrote that he had
made his pile and encouraged Vldu to
come and do likewise.
The commUtec appointed li
Civic lVilcratliiu to Ileal on the ad
visability of seiurliiK u lepllca of tliu
Cndwnlader (luild bust of (leu. S. C
Armstionc. met In the directors' room
ot the Hank of Hawaii jesterday A
tlinioiigh dim iistlnn on the matter le
suited lu ii general agreement to the
ereelliii; til Biich n lueniorlnl to tlell.
AniiHtrong. the same to be plated nlje"lee
A sjieclal commltleu of three. Judge
S. II. Dole. Mrs. Weaver and A !'.
Rrllllths weru apjxilnted to make fur
ther Investigations Into the matter.
Those pieseut were. Judge K. It.
Dole, dial! man of the committee, pie
tililed The following members weie
present Mts. II. I' Dillingham, .Mrs
i:ilen Weaver, Theodore Hlehaids, !
I.. Home. Kd Towse, C M. Cooke. V
C Jones. I). Alexander, A I (Irllllttu,
W. I' l"iear, I". A Hiliuefer. W W.
STOCKS IN SANHANCISCO
I'ollowiiiK me the quotations
sugar stocks on the Sun I-'toucIhco i:.
thange, Jan. 17:
Hawaiian C ..
Honokuu H. C.
Hutch S. I'. C.
Kllauea K. C. .
do pool .
or suite of 2 unfurnished
for eldetly gentiem.ni. Ad-
"Henter," Ilulletlu, stating
NEW - TO-DAY
The Annual Meeting und Election of
O Dice is of tho Merchants' Association
of Honolulu, will be held ut tliu Asso
ciation Hoouis, Young Iliillillng, on
Wednesday, Jan. 3nth, 1907, at 3
o'clock p m.
K. II. I'AHIS,
Sec'y Merchants' Association.
500 popular cloth-bound novels will I
be cold at half prices. All recent
I books. Regular prices $1.50 each.
Sale begins Monday, Jan,
continues only a few days.
Hawaiian News Go,
YOUNG BLDQ. & MERCHANT ST.
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If yon eire in need of tin
for the various society functions due to take place In the near
futuie, we are offering in.nl
IN OUII WINDOW DISPLAY OF
In all colors and qualities;
Serial Story No. 3
The linen you wear next to your
body absorbs the discharge of the
porea of your akin. On the other hand
your body is exposed to all the danger
of germs that may be brought home
trom the laundry in your linen. A
laundry should be kept scrupulously
clean and managed by persons with
Intelligence enough to know the necec-
islly of sanitation. One of the evi
dences of cleanliness is public expos
ure. With this end In view we have
located a laundry In the heart of the
city, on the ground floor, where all the
washing and Ironing Is exposed to pub
lic view from the street at all times.
Visitors are welcome at all times
and our wash-room is as public as our
Harlman Steam LaiinJry
PHONE MAIN 484.
LUKE R0GER8 l back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
, T ALEXANDER
If you want the best you mutt come
We are now showing our ADVANCE
Styles for Spring 1907
AND INVITE YOUR INSPECTION.
Our cutting is faultiest We employ only skilled white labor.
FOR ONE WEEK WE HAVE CUT THE PRICE OF OUR
30.00 AND 35.O0 8UIT3 TO
Come and see our window
B. KERR &
AT SPECIAL PRICES.
They came fresh on the
Alameda. The stock Is
big but the low prices will
sell it quickly.
Bonbons and Chocolates
Chocolate Caramels '
Chocolate Assorted Nuts
Ice Cream Drops
' Vanilla Sweet Chocolate
22 TELEPHONES 22
has. been uwd .for over. SIXTY
YEARS cr JllLLIDNa CI Mothers
1NO, wltU perfect succeu. IT
fcOOTIIKS tbo CIHLT), BOPTKN8
th flUMR. ALI.AVS all naln.
CURBS WIND COLIC, and U the
bestremedf lorDIAKKHUIA. Sold
by DruirsUts la every pert of tho
world, lie sum and sale for airs.
YTlntlow's Soothing Srrupand taLo
W3 no other kiud. 3J CeaU a fcttle.
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKING CO,
1120 FORT 8T. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. SILVA.. MANAGER
Beautiful Loulu and Lauhala Hats.
Fans, Baskets, Mats, Brasses, Teco
HAWAII & 80UTH SEAS CURIO CO.
Alexander Young Building.
Weekly Bulleti" SRI otr yt-
to ALAKEA STREET.
ON 8ATURDAY, JAN. 26, 17,'
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my snlcsiooui, 837 Knaliuiimiiii .St.,
I will sell at public unction
A VALUABLE TRACT Of"
Htuateil at I'UUNUI, at the head of
l.ll.IHA and WYI.I.li: HTIUCBTH, mul
containing nn areu of 177,200 square
feel, more or less,
Tliu proH'rty bus n frontage of 200
feet on Die roud and u depth of from
VI2 reel to XC.II feet
rtirther particulars ut my office.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
it my sulesrooui, 857 Knnhumnnii St.,
K. M. NAKUINA UT AI.. TO 8AHAH
1. About 22 70-I0O ucres (less ktlle-
HiuiH) In Kuleawn, Kallhl, Honolulu.
tailed lnalpuhl, being Apulia 2 of
Itoynl Patent Nn. -IC4S on l.nud Com
mission Award 818 to heirs of U,
2. About.6 93-100 acres lu said Ka
llhl, complying tliu laud called Pa
pau, being Ap.mu I of said I loyal I'.'t
tnt No. 4S45;
3. About 83-100 of an aoie on tin
roiilhenst side of l.lllliu street, JIouii
lulu.'coverlui; four house IoIh vtltli
two houses, being u part of the prem
Ires covered by Land Commission
Award R32C to Kaalawnawa; unit
4. The old Heckley lot and prem
ises near Alakea street, lu the leur of
Central House, anil rreil by Hoyul
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
Scottish Thistle Club
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
Jan. 25, 1907
To be had from any of the members '
also at Wall, Nichols Co.
WE WOULD A8K YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
' LINE OF
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fot t and King; Sti.
PHONE MAIN 131
EXPERT MANICURING for ladles;
and oontlemen. Scalp treatment'
and facial massage, at
MR8. DORI8 E. PARIS' PARLORS,
1156 FORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
aBFor Rent" cards on sal at
the Bulletin offlct,
.',.,. V.V.W,. StllMflifclWaliW