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ending lrlilo. I'ch 15th. 1907. of
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Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Saturday. Feb. 0 2015
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Tuesday, Feb. 12 . . .2377
Wednesday, Feb. 13 ' ..'....'. .2358 1
Thnrsday, Feb. 14 2303 '.
Frinv Feh 15 2370
Avcnfgc daily circulation 2412
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Tuesday, Feb. 12th, 1007 2542!,M,n'Bn
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the Island cf Hawaii alone. . . 1104
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fnro mo this Iflth day of
SIAI.J retiruary, Anno Domini,
p. ii. nurtNETTi:.
Notary Public, Klrat Judicial Circuit
.ri'.H. 21. 1007.
Wnx not Deviiuchcllo tho Hpvctal
roprevvntatlve of the morulni; paper?
If In douht about takliiR part In
tho Kloral Parade, play trumps, and
All that remalus for Kloral Parade
eucccsx Is a thurouKh iindurstandlliR
with the wentlior-man.
Tho StratooKlst hiib there aro an
t-overclKH slates coniponliiK tho Un
ion. Tho statement Mumlil piopcrly
bo placed lu the news columns.
The dam has arrUed In the Legis
lature. It Is to be hoped the legis
lators will settle tho business moto
rpecdlly than others have done.
Senator Siuoot remaining In thu
Senate will servo to make Mornion
Isni and Its practises moio of au Is
tno than If Soioot had been oubted.
Homo itjilors voted against tho
Congressional' Invitation merely as i
reminder of" tho old da)H when our
peoplo acted along narrow factional
.lapanese phslclau8 aie looking for
tioulilo when they ask for privileges
of examination In obtaining a limine.
Co practise which aro not granted tho
pliul( l.ins of any 'other nation. '
Vlclor for the Itoeis wiih to ho
expected And there Is no reason
y. li- their section nf llrltlsh domain
should not bo governed by them lo
ho satisfaction of all concerned.
i- There Is much lu tho (lovornor's
message lo suggest that the liovorn
nr took tho oppoitunlty to rap tho
(pedal representative of tho Agricul
tural De'pjrtment over the knuckles,
Hut It docs not necessarily follow
that I he special agent deserved It.
Hawaii is not playing. In the best
of luck this c,ir whon It comes to
gtcaninhlp nctomniodatlnns. l'irst,
Hio big. steamora ran aground, und
now others are laid up. .Appenr
ances Indluito, however, that tho
tourists are sotting hero just the.
l Members of tho Leglslatmo aro to
be couginttilatcd on tho piompt man
ner In which they have handled tho
Dclegato'n suggestion to Invito and
provide for tho enteilalnuicnt of a
delegation of Congressmen to visit
Hawaii next summer. It can bo lion
cntly said that the peoplo aro cuthii
ilnbtlcally behind the request that
national lenders shall be our guests
Tho only partlzauship Involved In
tho invitation Is. tho partlzanshln for
Hawaii and for our Nation, citizens
of Hawaii of all political parties aro
anxious that thu uicii who aro to leg -
lelato und upproprlalo for us shall
have an Intlmnto knowledge of what
tho Islands need In stiengthen the
position of thu Nation In the I'nelllc,
and answer thu demands of piogiem
which ate inoru or less, local but still
within lWt HMjfii &f Ofer. Hltwr-
fe to toped (tint IMtnlff Kh
. rtta. Mill lua aLU t Miaku Uh llui fcHBt-tt
that he iirtitemp.Blw HtiH tft mml1
WH.,W ont of ih plana will bo m
atwuwful he Initial part none liv i
(hi- iviirpM-ntatlVrn of Hawaii's rtco-'
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HONOLULU WCATHCH V
X K s, K m K X X K n 3 " U 11
liiiiprratureii-- n. lit . B8, 8 n. in,
I:' in n m, 71: noun. 76; morn I up
1 minimum. 66.
Hu.-niinMrr, 8 a. m . 30.lt: aliroluto
llHlufnll ilurlnc !l hours ended S n.
Tumi wlml movement ilurlnc 1
lioui-a ended ct tiiion, 18 miles.
WM. H. stockman.
Socllun Director. V. 8. Wqather .hirenit.
!i it j h n it :t ;i )t it ;t if y. )(. ft H
n YOUNG PATRIOTS
n )( ii i: a a n )i )( X .it )t
Tlio piipllH nf the Kaahiiinnnii
School gave a patriotic musical
aketch ul the school today. Tho cast
of characters and proKram follows:
Uncle Ham Crnost t.lshtmin
(nddess of l.lliort . .Allcen ltlckard
lrj Kathleen Hiker
n,'"rK Washington. . .Psycho Hcrry
Tno An" James CiiHtilngluini
Ited Cross Nurse.
...Claire I terry
. . .Ailuln Wlcko
.ttcmtantti of Qoddcst nf I.lhcrly:
Johann Palzle, Katlicr Housa. Ktlz
n lie th Schlluf, Allen ltodanet.
Kaahumanu'B I.ad In Waiting, . .
(ieorge .Miinolia. James Aylett. I(y
oho Koalawaiole, Alirahaiu Ka
Washington's Negro Hoy
' Krank Winter
Amerlcnn lleauty Uomcs:
Tllllc Jlerscberg. Lnttlo Aylett.
Kstlier Ciimnilns, Tllllo Wool
soy. Abigail Mersoberg.
Opening chorus, "Undo Sammy"
' C'olliuihla, tho (Icm of tho Ocean"
. Itooms 1 :i-l I
"The Postman's King" Room Ii
-.My Own irntteil Htatcs"
Aloha from Hawaii, "Hawaii l'o-
nol" Itoom 10
"Pare Thee Well. Kaahumaim". .
Vinerlcvn llciiuly Itoses
"America' . . ... Ilooms 9-1 1
D0NT FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
Leaving Honolulu by S.S. "CLAU
DINE" Friday, Feb. 22nd, at 5
o'clock p. m.
Returning Saturday, Mch. 2nd, by
The round trip costs only $52.
For tickets nnd information' re
garding the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Real Estate Dep't,
Manoa Valley . v .$30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00 1
iung street $du.uu
Nuuanu Street $50.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $42.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Young Street $35.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
McCully Street $15.00
Gttlick Avenue $35,00
Waikiki Beach, for 3 months
per month $75.00
Laige residence for 1 or 2
yearn, per month $100.00
L'unalilo Stiect $50.00
Prospect Street $25.00
Near town, property extendi)!?
from Beretania to Kinau Sts. Three
cottages, all rented; will sell as a1
whole or each cottage separately
' Willi suitable lot. rricc low; terms
half cash, balance on mortgage at!
0 per cent. '
Henry WatQ.tiot.se Trust Co., LUi
Comer Fort airl Mercliaul SU
inTI f 1 TilMiililllwiiiiwiin risni
IIS A IRAKI
lletnoeti the tpietlons which will t
brmuiht up Ii) the legislature nnd die
opinions wlikli iac been asked by
arloas (leparlments tlui Attorney
Ocneral's Dejiartlueut Is Inning a picl
1 bus) time. The opinion on the
stains ut I lie private schools ami lac
illinium of hiipertlalon which (ho Hoard
of IMui-ailon may excrdtn over I hem
Is marl) completed and should In-
trail) to submit to tno lloaid at 11
The Attornc) (leneral's ileiuutineiit
has been askciVfor an iipliiliin on n
bunt Interestlntf ipiestlon by Hupcrln-
teudent llollouny, of the Dcpartlueut
of Public Works This Is in relation
to the status of transnuits ulilrli en-
tir and leave Honolulu liarlvor. The all aulomohlles, vehicles and hoise
prolslon In regard to war essels pro- i back ilders. Only nedeslrlans and
Wdes that they shall pa a pilotage rie
of $1 per tool of mean draft while ota-
vi sot uiiiiuuiiL rsvis Sllilil Ji.iy ?
per fisit mean ilrafi
Ih a ruling of .1 It llod, former
8iiH!ilntcudeul or the Public World
department, the transports have been
clashed as war tesscls and have paid
bill) the (I pilotage fee. Tho lualtel
was hroushl to the intention of tiip-
crlntendcnt llollnuay leccutly 'anil
when the iruiisisirl Logan was lieie ic-
ceutly a fee of 2 jier fixit was dc-
inniideil which caused a protest front
the mllltar authorities, lu order that
be might bu Niirc of his ground Hollo-
way has lefj-ricd tho matter lo Altor-ue-(leiieral
Peters and will be guided
L) his declsluu.
n a. a x x if )i fi v. K X t K
11 ST. LOUIS PATRIOTS
it n )t n fi j p. ,t n jt ;i k x M it
The students of SL, Louis College car
ried out the following .patriotic pro
gram toda) :
Uncle Sam's ravorife Kullou
' S. L. C. Orchestni.
Ited Hover lie) cr
S. L. C. Hand.
S. I. ('. ('hull and Orchestl.i.
The Little Army. Hccllatlon
S. IMS. -No. 4.
Tho American Pliig. .Clunin Hccllatlon
K. 1S. No. .1.
Violin Solo, American Hintaslo. Harris
The Young Recruits .... Cxciclse Song
S. P.i IS. No. 2.
The Little Regiment Recitation
S. K.S. No. 1.
Sentry .Maich Ilarklun
8. I. C. Orchestra.
Tlio Hatchet Story Recitation
Recitation and Song Select
.Violin Solo, Uavallna Rail
J. Dan Neal.
Washington Iliavo and Trim
Onl) n Pin Monolog
A llrler History of Washington ....
I'll tt Intermediate.
.March Song , Tanwltz
S. I C. Choir. ?
1'ho Pilot .Monolog
Advice to a Klic Company. .Heel Ultloli
Auger anil Niimciatlou Munohit;
Violin Solo, i:icgy Uihst
.1. Dan Neal.
Star Spangled Ilaiiucr
S. L. C. Cliolr and Orclicstia.
American Life Asher
S. I.. C Hand.
gMT-'Tor Hent" cards on aal. al
th RijIUtln n'flr
$700 will buy home
in Nuuanu Valley
THREE CASES OF THE
reached us by the Alameda.
You know the name and all
it stands for
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND
ALL OF THE BEST.
In this lot will be found all
qualities from the cheapest to
IN WHITE ONLY.
rinnl arinngemeiits havo been
iiinilo for the I'loral Paiade. by the
couimltteo In chaigi and ever) thing
points to a huge suiccss.
The King street entrance of tho
KxccutUn building will be closed to
i,lc)clo riders will be allowed through
Aulomotilles will enter l,lkellko
street from King and lleietatila
streets, proceed thiough l.lkellko
street Capitol entrance nround hack
of the Kccullc hullilliig. Kacli au
toluolille, as It cuteiu' will stop lie-
I""'" tho llitngalow hullilliig to bu
photographed, as Indicated on tho
plan, and tnko their assigned iosltlou
In front of the Kxecilthe building,
the largo touring cars on tho left,
facing the Kxccutlve building, tho
iniiill touring ears on the right, fac
ing the Kxecutlvo building, the run
nhouU on cither side of tho main en
tianco. To protect drlveis of carriages, no
Hilton will bo allowed on Hotel stiect
back of tho Capitol or tin enter by
uny other cnliniiie than nbou
Tho bicycle contestants can enter
at any entrance of tho Kxecutlvo
building, will take their places on
tho small giccn spate on each side nf
the Kxecutlvo building steps. Tho
bicycles should icpurt In K. II. ParH.
CARUI.UJKS AND VKIIIOLKB
Carriages and vehicles will bo as
sembled on Utchaids street nnd will
enter the Executive ground through
tho Richards .street entrance. Tho
8-ln-liand for tho baud nnd tho 8-ln-
hand for the Hawaiian Hotel will oc-
cupy the spneo In the Richards street
entrance. Tho nbsciably of the other
vehicle will bo at ranged by It. W.
Shingle, in charge of this division.
Tho pn-u riders will asscmblo 'In
charge of Prank Andiado In tho Drill
Shed grounds,. at tlie'i'orncr of Miller
nun iioioi sireeis iius inciuucs mo
juvcnllo pa-ti riders.
Tho cowbo) und Juvcnllo cowboy
riders will form lu tho Drill Shed
gionuds at a point near tho Qunrtcr
mastcr'a olllce' Tho ,rlicrs, oticr
than pa-ti rldcis, liuliHlliig tho fun-,
nlcU costumes" Juvcnllo boy and Ju
vqnllo glrlrlilers nnd tho most orlgl
mil character on horseback, under
tho dliectlon of Hajold Dillingham,
will asscmhlo at Knimn Squnro and
Liter assembly will proceed In lol
uuins of routs along Ilcrotnnla street
to .Miller and up by Miller street back
of tho Capitol, resting nt Miller
street ponding the start of tlio gen
Tho Print esses will enter by tho
Hotel street gato and asscmblo1 under
tho large lianan trco back of tho
Tho nutos, other vehicles and bi
cycles aro expected In bo In their as
signed positions ut 9 a. m. and tho
decorations of those vehicles will" bo
viewed and passod upon by tho
Judges. Am tho Judges pass tlio ve
hicles, those In charge aro expected
lo hand lo tho Judgcs.wrlttcu descrip
tions loverlug thu cniKcptlnn of do
i Ign, llnvver or material used for dec
(ration, the cojur hchemo, tho .owner
Tho I'urado will m'ovo promptly at
HI a. in. When tho parade Is icndyl
to move, the Judges will tnko position I
In tho judges' stand Immediately In
The Meal Department
Opens at 6.30 a.m.
Closest 8 p.m.
In the future, our meal hours will ex
tend from 0:30 a. m. to 8 p. m., but
LARGE PARTIES ACCOMMODA
TIONS CAN BE ARRANGED FOR
A LATER HOUR. o
v r"- i m
1 lAKdE Mill
Henry Wltlhof, niale of the bntk-
,tntlne Kullerton, which nrilved hero
Iyeslerdny from Port llnrford, tiling
Ing oil for the 1'nlon Oil Company,
llled n libel on the ship nnd she was
'iittachrd this morning by V, 8. Mar
iklial Hendry. The llhcl Is for the
J sum of $r.o,000, which Wltlhof de
. mntuls as dnmages for loss of his arm,
'which Declined on tho 1'nllerlon's
trip that ended at Klhel on Jan. 3,
The alddeut which lesulled In the
nmpiitntloii of the mate's aim, occur
led while the Piillerton was within
fiOO miles of Port Harford and, ac
cording lo tho libel, the I'ullerlon'H
captain refused to put hark lo the
California port, as he should lime
done The mate claims that on this
account ho was unable lo get medi
cal attention until he reached Klhel,
wheio his arm was amputated four
I.. ..I !.... .!. ..,, i m
.....ivn ,.., y u C-I..OW .,,
Tim accident Is alleged havo
been cause, y ,l0 fuct lhnt ,,,
wllilent.' a mevhanlsin which con-,,,,,
trols the anclior ibaln as It goes
around the windlass, did not lit tho
anchor chain. Tho Kullerlnn was
towed out lo sea by tho tug Monarch
and It was nfter she had been releas
ed from the tug and was being taken
In tow by tho steamer Lansing that
tho accident occurred.
People up .Minion aro exjiresilng a
very ikctded tlUuipprnval of thu falluro
of the Road Committee of tho lion id
of Supervisors lo begin work on lbs
icbulldlllg of Million Road, which Is
now described aa nothing better than
a gully. Pew people ale awaro of I lie
Importance of this nniil or stop to mu
shier that It Is tho only menus nf
leaching the vnllc) by vehicle. Pleas
ure tralllc Is entirely suspended and
lcldcuts of the valley are practlcall)
prohibited from using their light cm
Wages on account of tlio impassible
condition of tho road. A census of tho
vehicles using the road was taken last
Mondav under the suncrvlslou of Mra
Mabel Wing Castle, who Is nil cnthus-
lastlc member of the Manoa Improve
ment Club. Tho result showed M light
vehicles, 201 heavy vvngous, and 8 au
tomobiles, a total of 20U.
At a meeting of tho executive coin-
mlltco of tho Mauo.i Improvement Club
held lust evening thu mibjcct of tho
dclapldnted condition of the road was
discussed and much Indignant comment
prevailed. Tho policy of tho Hoad
Couimltteo boemn to bo dliccted to re
pollbhlng tho Hue, smooth roads of thu
Maklkl and Punchbowl district) which
might ho left for soma time to comn
without fuither harm. It Is expected
that homcthliig vvjl bo doing by thu
Manoa residents Jf tho road does not
receive ImmcdlnUT attention.
Cap). Sam Jolinwm In- ut Wnlilnw.i
today lu charge of his company of tho
National tluurd und daring Ills abseueu
Miss Lucy Lloyd is acting load super
vmii. Mhfs Llojil will lose iier n)3l
llou toiudrrovv as Capt. Johiibou re
turnu tonight In look after his men.
Hunt of tho Opera Hoiibc, facing the
Kxecutlvo building. Thu Parade will
then move in rovlow bofora tho
Tlio signal to prepare In move will
bo sounded at 9;S(i by bugle; tho sig
nal to start will be Hounded ut 10,
followed by two blasts. ,
Tho Marshal of tho Parade, Mr.,C,
P. Chllllngworth, will move out of
tho King street entrance and proceed
along tho lino of march, followed by
tho Parade In tho following order:
Aids. . .
RlderH other thnn.I'a-ii,
Horses and Currlages,
Compare them with the best imported candica; your
judgment every time will be in favor of our own
make. Always fresh made by a Coast expart.
Try our delicious ICE CREAM made of pure' Jersey
We Make a. Specialty
IN SUPPLYING FAMILIES WITH
Bread, Pies and Cakes, etc.
Try our delicious ICE CHEAiH made of pure Jersey Cream
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CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
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LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
02-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTEH8 AND DEALERS IN FINC WINES A LIQUORS.
gaSKB-aWUB-WB- 1- - J. .
AT OAHU COLLEGE
,rl0 con(.oll , ,10 0)ltl O)Ic),0
Uell.lrtme)l t ,)f Mu C w,cl. will take
on (i ,.,.,.,,,., t
M ClnB, , tllsliop Hall, irotnlso
, i, . 11.,.kllfi .....ni. it is
In charge of Frederick Hastings, ill
lector, who will be assisted by Miss
(Icrtruilo K. Drown, nccompanist, and
Mrs. A. II. Ingalls, of tho violin de
partment In addition to tho numbers which
will bo sung by the chorus of seven
ty voices, tho pupils of Mr. Hastings
will lender Individual selections;
Miss Shaw, Miss Hell und Miss Wad
dliigton.'who aro heard too larely,
will glvo pleasure with their selec
tions; ii violin ipiaitot conducted by
Mrs. Ingalls Is also promising.
No admission will bo charged. All
who aro Interested will bo welcome.
The program follows:
"Ho Nut Afraid (from Klljnh") .
"With Verduui Clad" (from "Tho
Miss Kthol I). Hhavv.
Miss Sollna Harrison.
'When tho Sun In Splendor Rising"
(fiiuu "Lucia ill Lainuieriiioor")
Assisted by Miss Shaw.
'Song of the Sword" (from "To-
Mr. Albert Chuck.
"Sarahando" (tiolin quartet) . .Ilach
Mrs. A. II. Ingalls.
Mrs. K. A. It. Ross.
Mrs. C. H. Cooper.'
Miss Violet Damon.
Irish Lullaby Nredham
Miss Allco L Hopper.
"Tho Tomplo Hells" . .
'i Know of Two llrlght Kycs". ... I
Mr. Philip Hull.
' Still Wlo Die Nacht"
Miss Marlon Hell
'AUoso In Ifeavon"
Me. Wm. C. Aehl. Jr.
Los Joycux Paplllons" Oregh
Miss Amelia .Holt.
'Thou Art My Pearo". . . .Schubert
Miss Nellie Waddlnglnn.
Tim Heavens Aie Telling" (from
"Tho Creation") Haydn
with Miss Shaw, Mr. Hall,
and Mr. Chuck.
Miss Harriet Taylor and llerthn
Comic, two national secretaries of tlio
Y. W (V A., will stop ovor for u week
on llicli- way lo Japan lu tho bprlng.
These two lining women havo been
greatly lustiumcutul In bringing Hint
order up In its pieseut high standing.
The local order of Y. W. C. A. will glvu
Hie visiting tlslera a proper welcome,
and expect lo derive much bctiollt'from
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
TO ENTERTAIN FLEET
The Japanese hotel-keepers liava
been holding conferences iituro tho
arrival of Admiral Tomlnka's squad
ron Tiicsdny The purimso of tho
meetings was to discuss the enter
taining of their naval fellow coun
trymen. Tho conclusion they arriv
ed at was to entertain by turns. I 'or
Instance there are nhoaril tho war
bhlps men from different prefectures,
such an lllroihiiua Ken, Pukiioka
Ken, Kumamoto Ken, Oka)ama Ken.
etc., and the hntel-keepciii belonging
to these different prefeitures will
entertain them separately. The .liip
nnese population wishes to give souin
largo eulertalnmants, similar to the
ones given lo Captain llnnafiiKii of
tlio Ancgawa when ho wan here, but
(he lirciimetunci's do not permit II.
Somo reports had It that during the
former entertainment there had been
something done which was very uu
satlsfnctory to tho people and tliey
do not cnie to go over tho name ex
perience While the dates for en-
Icrtulnnients havo not been selected
)et, tho committees nre already plan-
'ng lo begin louny 1 no olll-
cers of the ships havo not had any
(onfereiue over tho entertainments
and Admiral Tomloka la nt present
ton busy to bo approached on tho
mbject. "A huge number of outside
illstrlit .Iniiaueso will arrive by this
iifleruoou'H train to take pait In thi)
We nov have a beautiful stock of
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY, .entirely
I oriental in workmanship and made of
t ruie uoid y.i-Kt. fine.
IA IHVlia aMHMMifMa a
i " " " " J"1" F".wu ." m
haTe t0Cki-av tatip
RINGS. PINS, BROOCHES,
The Workmanship Will Bear tho
H. F. Wichman & Co.
The Fifst of the Year
merchant! and all other a will. Want
BLANK DOOK8, CALENDAR'PADS,
INKSTAND8, PEN8, PENCIL8, to fit
up your office. We have Juat received
a large ahlpment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. Aa we are closing out our 8TOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at coat
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
6CWING MACHINE REPAIRER. &"
12S9 FORT ST. near BERETANIA. ,
Sawlng machlnea for aale. -
TEL. MAIN 117.
Chinese Goods ),
Wing Wo Tai & Co. , -
941 NUUANU ST.
S?"For p.snt" carda on sal t ,'1
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