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Ht 6 KVENINO mil.l.nTIM, HONOLULU T H . TUWtUV. mil 1H?
.35 1 Caliber High Power
Model 1 907 Self-Loadinjr Rifle
"Hie pii llial shoots llirougli steel."
Standard Rifle, 20 Inch Round Nickel
Sted Barrel, PistolGrip Stock of Plain
Walnut, Not Checked, Weight about
li Pounds; Number of Shots Six.
Thlt ride thools a cartridge of .351 caliber, with
180 grain bullet, having a muizle velocity of 18C1
feet per secand. It will penetrate twenty-six 7 3
Inch dry pine boards, when used with metal patch'
ed bullets; and thirteen 7-8 Inch dry pine boards,
when used with soft point bullets.
CALL AND SEE IT AT
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?nMw!'if,T,ara!asiMMrivjfr'rjp hn Art iimhwimk fr tiw Humiliation
jflof mn!lilitti for rh-rllti. iifflrr liv
Inn I mil' It mrniM lining nwny
ft Or VI J? w wlili iH'tnltiiiilHK mnriiilMii, uliMl
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. FORT AND KING STS.
(Continued from rape 7)
ivenlnt; at i 30. hi ri-iri!'iilaiUMi f
all ntlilctle clulu in tho city, to form
on nsftorlmltill ni tl bininh of tin- A. A.
I The f.ftxoclullnli lliii fonncil will
I1.-1M' rhare.e of nil BKirls In the Island),
with the L'xcvnl Ion of bawball
A twltlin U'lHirt of tin- roniinltlpo
on ellRlhlllO "as rend ami nrilvitu
Though tin' riiloi of tin- A A. V. will
not ho rigidly eiifum'il l tin' ctiiiiliw
1 Ili'UI ini't't. tin roinniltteu xtroiiKly iw
1 niiiuii'iidt'd Hint no jierxon should In'
1 llllOWCll to ronijwte til till' lllllllllR
gniiii'H who hail tnlicn part Hi irort'H
ional iithlttlc tonti-sts, kiicIi iih irl?i"
I'kIiIh, iti' I'hi'.v rvjiort iiRaliiKt nth
Idea who hnve nctoil or now net m
much)- or jihvslrnl Instnu Ioih fur p.iy
licltiK allowed to lomiii'le.
The report nlwi hiiiwMb that tlm
m-erclary furnish the committee with
the naineH of nil "Tlioso entered In the
iliuuiiloliidili Kiihiex by noon of the
Tuesday pifiedlh't; the punt's, and thai
on the Thursday thereafter they tiliall
hold 11 nieelliiK lo i-oimldur iirotcsH
nalimt any candidate, anil that they
make their dei'lilnu. If jHistdbh-, hefotc
the day of the ir.inieH, A majority vote
of the (onimlttru will illBipinllfy 1111
nthlcte, but If there In not time to take
all the evldcm-e, nil nthlule will lie al
lowed to com pel e under protest, but, If
later he In illmiiialllled, the lexultK of
the KnuicH will lj Riven as UioiikIi ho
iiail not contented.
.'Wi'un. m mmmr.A-;irs:Lxii.-rrf:-:;i
Ml A irmKiWB$
, t J X4UJMrjm-ml
WIIKN the !,, Minis to Wall
Paper, Decorations -tut I'aint
iiiK. t. rt. at tin. lop of the lit.p.
If yntt haw in mil' ' ;' r'l.mt'iii ' o.r
ofnuyroom in tin- Iioum., : il! it o- ir w.lli
expciivu:u i.s valuuble.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
Will OPEK &
has a reputation from one end f
of the mainland to the other,
and It won it fairly. We have
the same reputation here be-1
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 OTIIKK PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
' 15B HOT1JI. STHKUT.
l'huiiu Main 218.
nar the city. Best of care
Stock called for and returned.
Tel. Main 109
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
FOR A DIME
And a few minutes
labor you can make
that old straw hat
look like a new one.
does the work with
out Injury to the
The later pait of Hits week will Hon
the le lull of one of the. bent camel
which la o he found III all xportlliK
clrcloK The ImiwIIiik illlejs under the
new Hotel Hatha will he opened. Tlielu
wan xome little delay In KettiiiK tha
pliiH and hallH hut they arrived Satur
day on the Kiuorprhie anil with the ex
ception of a little IIuIhIiIiik work tlw
alleys are now In fine condition.
Tlie jilanH for the opeiilui; have not
been completed but will piohably tnl.e
place with a tournament at which the
best howlcra In the city will tuku nail
and wlilrli will be ipille an event hoc-
REPUBLICANS WILL CARRY
(Continued from Pane 7)
el'oinllnt; giiin ,y w,uie of tlie other
Tbo amt'iidmeiil provldeH Hint for
the purpose of the division ami pay
inenl of the taxes collected, thy
amount of taxes on liuomii of corpor.
i.tloim collected in n County oilier
than tliut wherein tlie piiuclpal prop
'ity of the corporation is ultuntcd,
suuli be reKarded as liavint; been rol
Iccteil In the County In which Itii
property Is so situated.
At present, for Instance, n lib; cor
poratlou may have Its principal prop
city In Kuual and Us olllccs in llouii
lulu. The tax returns are made in
Oahu County, and this County koU
fifty per cent, of the taxes collected,
while Kauai Rets nothing.
As this is the cabc with many cor
pointlous. It Is llRiircd that the pas
raKe of the mcauuie will mean tha
loss to Onhu County of about ?!"'
000, There was some, discussion on
tills measure, hut most of those, pies,
put appealed to feel tliut, as It Is In
i.ccoi'ilunce with one of the pledges
nt the Itcpuhlteaii platform, It should
bo carried out, and the measure, win
C, fl. llaUentyne stated that Rover
l other bills were In process of prep
aration, lie submitted nnotber one
that caused n Ions iltscusslnn, and
upon which action was finally defer
red until the next meeting. This Is
t ii 1 1 ii r therefor n . prltimry elecllou
ntch nr Is In ure In most of the
rltflleK The inesiiire as pn-renleil by
the kiiIit Hiiiiilliep on li'Klslation will
be r.lven In full In the llillletln to
morrow Water Wurki Plank
The iiuentloii us to tbo carrying out
of the water wurl.n pl.ml. In the ur
t phitforiu uiimnil a lenRlhy iIIuciie
trlon. Ilallent)lie slated that lie
llioucht It was u nue'tlon whether
the platform committee nt the Will
lukil I'oiiieullou hail not made n mis
take In Iniorpiiratlui; that plank In
the plat form. At present, he said,
the Oahu sKtctu Is run nt n Iosh of
$t;.O0O a month An additional M,
flQo would be needed lo carry on nec
essary construction work and for the
I eppliiR up of the system, lie did not
think the County was prepared to
shoulder such a burden nt the pres
ent lime, especially In view of the
fact that the people no' enjoy nil the
advantages of the sjstem without
This hroiiKli' John IIiirIics to his
feet. "I thin!,.' he said, "that no
business in tlods woild Is conducted
In mi unbusinesslike u manner lis tliut
of the water works of tlie Territory
of Hawaii, and especially that part
ol it up Xiiuami nllcy. How do wo
know tliut It Is run at a loss? Who
did the limit Inn for us? 1 have been
assured by an e-ltepiesentatle tliut
the water winks Is n luoiiey-mnklliK
proposition, and I think It looks like
a case of llltu-llam.
"If tliu Counties wnnt Hint plank
and It kills them, let It. I am koIiik
to work for that plunk In tlie Legis
lature. I belleie thlt this Territory
Is going to be Americanized sonio
Mr. PmriiiKtoii supported (he Idea
of carrying out the plank. He said It.
had been pill In lo make u tejt of Hu,
power of the leirltory to tuin over
lo the Counties property which now
belongs to the Territorial (lovernment.
As to saddling a burden upon tliu
County which It Is nt piusent In no
position to take up, he could not see
that theie Is any Immediate danger
of that. The matter would have to
go to the tourts, ami, taking It for
granted that they would llud It nil
((institutional. It would be necessary
tlicn io get Congressional action.
That would reiiulrn action on tho
part of the Legislature llrst, which
could not be hud for two ears, unit
by the time Congress should liuve
acted on the mutter, four o'r six years
would have elapsed.
Thete was tonslderablo further
discussion iy viulous members prcH-
cut. Including V. O. Smith, Kred. '
Mncfarhiuc, Hughes and Fniilngtnn,
but on motion of Mr. I'arrlngtou It'
was llnall) lesolved to let tho matter
go otur to the next meeting, at
which time llalleiityne said hu would
have the flglires fo present to the
On a suggestion that the other '
Counties arr preparing bills to be pre
sented to the l.fglsliituif, Mr. Tur
lington mou'd that tho secretary bu
InstriKled to write to the County
l ommlttccs instructing tnem to semi
in the drafts of their proposed hills.
The motion was adopted and the
meeting adjourned until 7 : ISO next
- -- isssssssLjiin .
Annual Clearance Sale
REDUCTIONS ALL DOWN THE LINE, IN
Lawns, Batistes, Silks, Cashmeres, Etc.
Serial Story No. 9
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
ind heavy clothing, which are seldom
worn, are damp 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
skirts receive the same
wagon calls promptly any-
Harlmaii Steam LamiJry
PHONE MAIN (181.
KAISER CHANGES MOTTO
llerlln, January 12. The Kaiser has
ordered a now motor tar to be muuV
for lilm. This Is nothing extraordinary,
but the device Is. Instead of the old
(icrmiui motto, "(lott mit uns" (Cod
with us) being painted on the panels,
the Kuipcror lias ordered that the mot
to shall ho rendered thus, "Qott mlt
mil" (fiod with me),
-'' ' Walklki Beach
, HERT8CHE....0eneril Manager
and you won't have grum
bles about how mother
Hied to cook,
New shipment Just re
ceived $1.25 a sack,
Henry May & Co ,
l-M-ione Muln 32
AT III O'CLOCK A. ,M..
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 0th, 190?,
At tlm residence of Win. J. Htausliui',
l"C,0. corner of H. King and Alexander
There will be sold
1'Altl.Oll CIIAIIIH, ItOCKCKH,
IKON lll'.DH, HI'ltlNdH,
IIININd TAIII.i:, CIIAIIIH,
1'AI.MH. 1'KIINH, KTC, KTC.
fJKV unM i
4 lrt fki4.
llk. o. s. i, m
I'm HI if U fwr umiRlu-ftl
lirlUliou tit ulrtmlloiii
of i.iui'uim niembriii,
I'rtliilM, anil not ailrlu
jfhi ir iiluiiiii
rVoM Ujr MruitifUlt
('imilsl tf'lit 10 ItHjUrlt
Large Lauhata Mats
any size mesh,
Tapas, Fans, Bas
kets and Teco
HAWAII & SOUTH
8EAS CURIO CO..
Alex, Young Bldg,
For Over GO Years
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
j. i. '-! ?rr
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIQH CLA8S DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L, FERQU80N, D. D. S., Manager.!
HOTEL 8T. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
Phone MAIN J47 I
FOR THE I
fill. M ! II 1
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Stnndaid Line at Low Prices,
KINO ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
I LUKE ROGERS Is back again from l
, Maul, clipping horses at the old stand, I
corner Punchbowl and King 8treets.
his been tiled 'or mt'
VICAkH br MILLIONS el
iNO.yliti .perfect sucmm..IT
Buu-jTHHa wa.viilt'P, Borriiwa
the GUMS. ALLAYa lf pain,
.uuuo nuiu yi.ii, jinu i
COLIC, and U 111
by pruKEUts In every rrt of the
world, lie inra and ssk for lfrs,
Wlnilow's Sootblnir Syrup.nd take
no ether kind. MXeaU fc tuJOt.
JAQ. F. MORGAN,
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER 8HOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King Stf.
PHONE MAIN 131
alter lienitf re
lieved of tile
OF ALL KINDS.
Dfilir. In Lumbir 2nd Cor-f
ALLEN A nOBIN80N,
QUEEN ST., It t " 11 HONOLULU.
nr Ffne Job Printing at the Bui-letlnofflce,
ruriiluhed iciums und n biuull cuttuce.
Alaltfj House, 1077 Alukea St.
I,ni ku llvur mid white iiiliilir doK.
I'iuilcr kindly notify HiIh nlllic
This FENCE is made Horse-High, Bull
Strong and Mongoose-Proof
WOVEN ON YOUR PREMI8E8 BY
J. C. AXTBLL & CO.,
NOQ. 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T. H.
P. O. BOX 042
PHONE BLUE 1801,
Beginning Friday, Feb. 1
At 8 o'clock
p?VERY 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.
iJt We Repair
Wc have fully equipped premises on
Queen Street between Fort and All'
kea Streets, and art In shape to do
first-class repairing, painting, elc.
This department it In charge of
skilled workmen, who, besides doing
repair work build wagons, drays and
Prices are exceedingly moderate
and the service unequalled In tht Territory,
Schuman Carriage Co,
JCARRIAQE REPAIR DEPARTMENT
I Queen St., bet. Fort and Alakea Sit.
j EXPERT MANICUR)Na for (adits
and gentlemen, Scalp treatment
and facial massage, it
MR8. DORI8 E. PARIS' pARLORB,
1156 FORT 8T, oppotltt CONVENT,
j VICTOR TAK)NQ MACHINE"
Compart ha talking machine of five
years ago Wtn ine victor or louny
and note the wonderful advancement,
It Is Impossible to conceive of any fur
ther Improvement In this almost hu
BERQ8THOM MU8C CO. LTD.