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EVENING nUM.BTIN, HONOLULU T II.. .MONDAY. KKII. 4. 1007.
121 DID IB
.35 1 Caliber High Power
Model J 907 Self-Loading Rifle
" The gan that shoots through steel."
Standard Rifle, 20 Inch Round Nickel
Steel Barrel, Pistol Grip Stock of Plain
Walnut, Not Checked, Weight about
74 Pounds; Number of Shots Six.
Thl rifle shoots a cartridge of .351 caliber, with
180 grain bullet, having a muxzle velocity of 1861
feet per second. It will penetrate twenty N 7 8
Inch dry pine boards, when used with metal patch
ed bullets; and thirteen 7-8 Inch dry pine board,
when used with soft point bullets.
CALL AND SEE IT AT
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. FORT AND KING STS.
WHKX the j
1 go . Minii to all
ajicr, 1) corttioutniul l'nir.t-
iii wl rt rl the top nf the lit .
If otl !i.im rt n i-.l s'i LiniiniK "rr
of nny room in the. Iioum, ,IJi !t o' tr with
cxpcricn.-c is valuable.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
has a reputation from one end'
of the mainland to the other,
and it won It fairly. We have
the same reputation here be
cause we pay equal attention to
Island guests as we do to out
siders. If you would enjoy your
self for a few days come to
St, Clair Bidgood,
AND OTHEIl riANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
15 HOTKI. STREET.
Phone Jliiln 218.
nrar the city. Best of care
Stock called for and returned.
Tel. Main 109
941 NUUANU ST. '
Most of the good that's
In a brush will be found
in the bristles. Wc have
the genuine English sort
with this feature especial
ly prominent. Three
grades, soft, medium and
extra stiff with solid
wood backs. And we
have other kinds as well.
Tin' atoun which rnppil i-nrly estei
i'n inornliiK whk the hriitlcst, for Hie
time hclne, In thr iiiointiry if the "M
est inlinliltnnl." OurliiK two limn a
trifle under three Indies of rnln fell
The moBt nerloii3 ilnniiiRo done was
I lie floodliiK of heernl Iiohwh on River
strr-rl 1) the oerlloiiiK of the Nun
I nnn Kt renin
, The MnldM Hume was not i-iiunl to
. the occasion mid the hill HtreetH nut-
i lered nceorilluslj Neatly sill of tho
lno-c niaraihm lielns wiwhcil down to
i Ileiclnnla iienue, where It lodged o'l
the Itajild Transit triuku, clcliiltiK that
line for some Unit
A resident on Hler Kluet repoiH
'that the water In lil house rose, ill tho
I into of nil Imli n minute, until neinl)
it foot of water was swlrlliiR nhont tin.
rooniH. At soma points the mcrflou
water rcai lied three feet In dejilli, anil
seeral small houses were floated oil
A larsc alcaroha tree. In the mounds
of V. .1 l)cr, on Wilder axeniie. he
eatne so loosened li the wnshliiK awn
or the soil, that It fell, dcMriviliK iultc
a Ioiir slrlji of feme
The fire stallitn ill MnklM was flood
ed mid a RoodU si rod lake occupied the
Knnlimnanii school Kroiinds.
(Julie a number of people Ihlni; on
Klnnii street were compelled id place
their most diMiiiiHtlde houseliotil ginnl
on Imixos and ch.ilrit to keep them out
of Uie water.
IleshlcntH iiliing the licit I) weie cou
ilclernldj exercised oer the rapid
kWcllliiR of the slreiiiiis that emptied
Into the ocean No serious damage
occurred, howeer, as the streams
jirocd equal to itIuk off Hie hea
. lush of water.
The waters Inside the reef liitweca
Diamond Head mid the ll assumed a
dark cofho color as a result of tli
large amount of lesldue and mud being
wnshed Into It from the streets ami
hills of the cll
Desjilte the hrnv rain the streets
are not In a hail shape except a few
In the outlng districts which hne
not been top dressed with macadam
FUTURE OF WAILUKU
tJtfirrhll-fn Ihc lllllltllnl
Wnllilkli. M.ml, I'eb 1 Hc J M
Rrein hah folilcel Ills lent and left Wnl
lilkli, a ei much dlBgl.sled jnophcl
Some of liU niiich tried and harried i
concrlB liacksllil and ri luied to leavo
Iiiillful Wnllukii. wheie pol Is plenty.
lor tho potato hell near I'liijialnkiin.
,s some of the older members of Ills
flock put It, to j,o there would mean
empty stomachs, and thes declined to
However, before leaving Wnllukii, ,
Mr. Ezern launched a deep mid terrible
curse against Wnllukii, nfler the nl lo
of prophets as iloi.i rllul In old books.
He said an luiiiitl.it Ion or deluge was
lo come nml wipe the unbelieving town
of Wnllukii from the face of the earth.
Perhaps the would-be prohpet was In-
spiled In make this aiinouncemenl In
older lo urge some of his hesitating
com cits to part with their little home
steads and Join lilin In his lielgrn to
S II. Itohluson. a gi.uliiate of tho
Ktiiiichamchn I lei' School, class ol
W, arrived as an old r on the slenui-
bhlp Siberia fiom the Orient tills morn
ing He said that lie would stick lo
his Job until he could get .in engineer's
terttllrate. Short H nftei his gradua
tion, Iloblnson worked for the Ha-
Mill.in Eleitrle Co for n while and on
M-elug mi opportunity, he applied ami
Kcciired n poslliotron the Siberia. He
has alieadj made two trips to the Oi
Icnt and on his arrival this morning
lie was the recipient of congratulation
trom his schoolmates
I M ward Atkue, son of Judge Aikun
of Kmilaii. is reported to be now an
engineer on one of the steamships He
started ns an oiler and Is now one of
the trusted englneeis In the company
emploj. .lanv of the bovs who have
Uudlccl trade- nt Knniehameli.i. but
who ares not now actlvcl engaged, are
preparing to leave the Islands for a
uur VB ,
i Annual Clearance Sale j.
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nEDUCTION3 ALL DOWN THE LINE, IN
I nnfir Unildnc QiMrc riehiflMP V4r
,i i.aniid7 vaiUKa, Jiina, wasiiiuu, liv( ;
I lrCC BUY,
cA.:i c,., MA A
jciidi Jim j iw, y
Wli HERE AOAIN
General Prince Kuslilmi of the Im
perial llnuschult' has been selected by
the Eniieror of Japan to represent the
nation before tho Court of St. James,
England. His mission to England Is
to return tho rojul courtesy In the,
name of the Mikado for n visit made
last year b His Hojal Highness
Prince Conuaught, nccompanli'd by
Admiral Sejmour. Tlioso who have
been ilelegnted to nccotupany tho
Prince are Ilaron Admiral Vmuaiuoto
Roiubet, formeily Minister of tho
Nnv); Capt '.alliu, lnuiertal Navy;
Conitiiaiuler Kato, Imperial Navy; Hur
on (letiernl Nlshl Knnzlro; Col. Matsu
Ishl, Impciln! Arm; and I.leutenn'it
Udaka. Iniieilal Arm.
Asldo from the military and nnvat
olilclals, tho country will lie represent
ed by a famous statesman In tho per
son of Ccnernl Ynmninoto. He Is a
fluent English speaker and Is well
versed In International law,
Whllo tho ilato of departure from
Japan Is not as jet fixed, Prlncu Pit-
slilml, II Is said, will lie given n fleet of
Imperial wnrshlps to travel on. Ho
liort has It that the lleut will touch
Honolulu, hut no definite ndvlcu luu
been received to that effect.
Sheriff latikea held his first Inspee
Hon of tho illce forie esterd.iy
iiioriilug. the cntln department helm;
drawn up In the mint of tho police sta
tion Tlie occasion was also utilized
for the photographing of the foot police
Tho Sheriff made a short speech to , u.h-
his officers In which he gave them good
advice Jn tbo matter of carrjlng out 1
their duties Lnjalty to their supe
llors ami faithful obedience to tho laws '
of tho Terrltorv were firmly Impress
ed on tho men In the tnlk and tho
Sheriff Instructed Ills men to prcscrvo
tho utmost seen cv In regard to all tho
doings of the department, boUi Inter
nal and ex'' rnnl
Ilefore tin ceremony wan complete"
all the men were called upem to tnko
rti oath to supjiort the Constitution of
the United Slates nnd the laws of tin
countrj nnd Territory.
Have you looked at your heavy
clothing that has not been worn dur
ing the rainy days?
After the rainy season that we have
just had your dress suits, overcoats
rnd heavy clothing, which are seldom
worn, are riamo and musty, and should
be thoroughly cleaned and pressed. If'
this Is not done you are not caring for
them as you should.
We sponge and press your suit for
Woolen skirts receive the
Hartman Steam Laundry
PHONE MAIN 484.
"RE8H FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EE.D3 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
JUDGE HATCH SENDS LETTER
III n (oiniiiiiiihution re-eclveil h the
CliambT of foiiiinercc from r M
Hatch, that gentleman states that ho
has received a note from Secretary Ilisit
Infonulng him that lie (Hoot) had de
elded that the proposed convention of
consuls would not be pi.ictlciible Mr.
Hatch's communication ends as fol
lows: Concluding that vou mli-lit
fleslre lo pioeeed with the convention
Idea, as a lommeiclal confercnio for
trade expansion, even without tho out
sular fiatitre I extended an Invitation
on jour behalf and In the name of the
(iovernor lo the National Convvntlow
to attend a commercial convention to
be held in the near future In Hono
lulu." ' ",
and you won't have grum
bles about how mother
used to cook.
New shipment just re
ceived $1.25 a sack.
Henry May & Co,,
Phone Mftln 33
AT HI O'CLOCK A. M ,
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6th, 1907,
At tho rcsldcnco of Win. J. StnnsburyJ
There will bo sold
corner of H. King mid Alexander
1 X '
MATS Large Lauhala Mats
any size mesh.
Tipas, Fans, Bas
kets and Teco
HAWAII A. 80UTH
SEA8 CURIO CO.,
Alex, Young Bldg.
PARLOR CHAIRS, ROCKERS.
IRON I1BDS. SPIIINOS.
DININO TAIII.i:. CHAIRS.
VAEMS. I-EIINS. ETC.. ETC.
For Over 60 Years
J, H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
. 4 .'or..r .pi v
has Ven tiud
VltAIIS bv Mil.
fnrtbclrCIIU-UKKN whllo TUKT:
IKO. witu perfect tucceu.
booTHr.8 tho.ciiiLp. bofte;
the HUMS. ALUAY8
snre and asK
bv DrnsreUta la averr DArt of th
world, jm snro and ut for lin
Winow' Boolblng-Syrnnand Uk
nooincr una. 3 ceau a wtus.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Offlct hours Veek days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F, L. FERGUSON, D. D. 8., Manager. (
HOTEL ST, opp Union, Arlington blk.
Phone MAIN 147
SI .1, .MM
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1146 FORT STREET.
OF ALL KINDS.
OuUrt In Ltimbir 2nd Civi
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
QUEEN 8T., :: 'i ' t HONOLULU.
jay Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Benson, Smith & Co.,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AGENT
DOMESTIC & GENERAL HELPERS.
Office, Nuuanu near Pauahl.
I Tel. Main 473.
est services rendered, charges rea
sonable. Quick orders promptly at'
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The BU8INE88 MAN'8 KANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, elves a
concise and completa reiuma of all l-
gnl notices, calls for tenders, Judg
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LUKE ROGERS Is back again from u,e tranuction,. Evening Bulletin,
Maul, clipping horses at the old atand, 75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets. 81 "car year.
after being re-
llieeii' en inc
May- cine Job Printing at the
This FENCE is made Horse-High, Bull
Strong and Mongoose-Proof
WOVEN ON YOUR PRLMISLD DY
J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
NOS. 1048 50 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T, H.
P. O. BOX 642
PHONE BLUE 1801.
Beginning Friday, Feb, 1
At 8 o'clock
pVERY Article reduced In price.
" Bargains In All Departments.
In some cases prices almost cut
in two. Come and examine the
Goods and Prices.
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
WE WOULD A8K YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER 8HOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fot t and King: Sti.
PHONE MAIN 131
We have fully equipped premises on
Queen Street between Fort and Ala
kea Streets, and are In shape to do
first class repairing, painting, etc.
This department la In charge of
skilled workmen, who, besides doing
tepalr work build wagons, drays and
Prices are exceedingly moderate
and the service unequalled In the Ter
Schuman Carriage Co.
CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Queen St., but. Fort and Alakea Sts.
and gentlemen. Scal
and facial massage, at
MRS. DORIS E. PARIS' PARLORS,
1156 FORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
Compare he talking machine of five
years ago with th,a,rVlctor of oday
and note the ..wonderful advancement.
It Is impossible to conceive of any furv
ther Improvement In this almost hu
man machine. i
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. LTD.
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