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Gun Metal Calf
Mclnerny Shoe Store
ONCE r A A. M, HALL
HIRILULU STOCK EXGHAHBeI LOCAL AND IENEUI.
HONOLULU, April 1, 1007
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The HAWAIIAN COILED SPRING FENCE, one of the hundred styles
made by the Duplex Automatic Ball-Bearing Wire Tcnce Machine. Sold by
J, C. AXTELL & CO.,
1048-50 AIAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T. H.
PHONE BLUE 1801.
P. O. BOX 042.
Famous Extracts, Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHCNCY'S LISTERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINEST MADE.
Malat.Trtth IvoryxWhltc, KIUiQecay-Ccrm.
LEWIS & CO., LTD,,
March 29 -The ulil
NAM! Of ,TUC j fill U
160 KINO STREET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
TELEPHONE MAIN 240,
We have in stock the finest cheese mad In the Unit
ed States. Neufehatel, the cheese for any meal, was
not obtainable last month but now we have a supply.
May w have your orders for something In our line?
Metropolitan Meat Co.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want toda water that I PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
QER ALE '.he purest good manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Woks Co
TclcLhonc Main 71
inimmu Ru,, 111
llalliii Hi..., l.fl
kahuku fln-alln-i Col
Kliirl riant at Ion iol.lil
kil'amilti nuitr e.o
knlfNt Hnrar Co
Mr I trite Sr' Co
)l u Sues- Co
Clttmnra -invar Vn
UukoU Sugar llaiil Co
C iitum f t
Viilnn school building of Wnlluku n , li'.'Ti'L t"n
... ... .... . r: .'- -
mi m ni piiinic unci ion inn wcck aim , nawaii-i-utar-o
uns lioiighl by A (Inrrln for (110. Ho
intends to tiro tlir material In the con
struction of n new palatini residence
on his lot on Coko nvcmie Cnrpepters
are nt work this wek tearing down the
old building mid In n few dns this old
landmark of Wnlluku will disappear.
Tlin r.1,1 t-cali1fttt fit.!,,, flml llin
building wns erected b) tho old Muni HJ"riW!.Co1'"1
Ijoclgo (Masonic) some thlrt)-nvo )riirs j'aaliaii .ii-ar lt.ni Co
or more pro. When thnt lodge '" I rl "l l?ntili 1S
dissolved for Inck of membership the i'nnkm nsr Co
building wns bought by the Into Henry I '.''"f. 1"'i?
Coruncll, mid l.y him Fold to the t VST i C
l'oanl gf Kduc.it Ion, who dcdlrated ltjminiosujt Co
to tho rnuso of education, and for! ".".'iJ? mi'ViIi i rs
nearly ttvonty jenrs It hnd answered I l.utr UUn.iMMmNCn
tho iuro8o of n sthool hoiiso iiulto ,VTV V?- j
nccejUably until tho erection of thej Si, Tu.i
new Wnlluku public sthool lllllldlllR Mutual T l-t.lnn Co
Bomo four )ears nBo, wlun the historic i"1lJ,"l!,uW,r,to i
bulldliiR mib turucil ocr to the Slier-1 N.l.iku Hul'.Ut Co. "
lff' department as Its hendquarters. nA,"l. ,. '
The prltoners were knit iiitnll , Ak R tV, .
while the ihjIIcc dipartmeiit iniupledj lloei n iiu ,. ,
the first floor. District .Magistrate Mc.,,wT.(,lc'?,lea,
Kay nt times dispensed Justice within Haw-icTir .
Its wnlls to deserliiK offenders when' Jjw T' !
the courthouse wns occupied by the jjJJJJ tJi j!c "...
Clrnilt Jmlire. Tor sfiir.il pnrs IliO llawUoviat.r !.
biilldlnir hnu been In n moat illliiiildatcd . Cat ticci hue Ret Co
condition, the roof diiriii.t tho rainy ' luiku'sunrCnsne
seasons freely udiiilttltiK rain, thunder JUwCnnntsiiBCoipr
mid llghtnliiB. forrlng tho liuiiiiibciiU , iiKTr ifeS.' c.6 i.r
iu Kvi "I UiiriUK lliu ill Hi 81 ui luuu iirm k i n noi
happy blutubcrij to ecik Kiivltcr else
kkiiiiLu Vt t CiiA pc
(4lm Jiuv,ar Co Ape
f)ta uj;iir Co6jc ,,
I'luiH-cr Mill Co 6 lie
WflUluA Ak'lc Co $pc
i iirjuc toioi.
tl f I
ii 1 1
Bales Uctwcin llounls: 2.1 Me
llode, J (.75; r.O Ola.i, $3 SO; SO Olii.i,
Jl..'o. Hesslnii: lu Oahii Hug. Co ,
(.Special to Tho llullctlu)
Wallukii, Mnul, Mnrcli 29 H. II.
Weller and Mr. and Mrs. i:. O. llnin
gavo a vcr pleasant dnuco nt tho
homo of the latter at kuhuliil Inst
Haturdny evening. Mnrrh 2.'. Tho linn-
py occasion wns glcn In honor of Miss '
(Jlinrlottc llalilv In, daughter of Hon.
on u few. months' tislt to Jupan, lenv- NllbAK
Ine Mmif limlclil mi tlin Klnsn. Tho. vv" ''
dancing room was fitted tit) In a ery
neat and rosy manner. The danto was
Intcrsivrsed nt times with muslrnl
Feicctlons anil rliLtoiual exercises. Mr, ' ni. -i. ..j n.-j n...ll
Hampton gao u most pleasing cxhl-'OlUUK llIU DUIIU U VUd I IIT1III I
... .. ....' . j
memoers nonoiuiu oiock ana Bona
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Maine",
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRfTE EXCHANQE 4.
Latest uga quotation, 3.01 cents,
or $72.20 per ton.
'LONDON BEETS, - 9s 3d
Hmry WaterhousB Trust Co.,
present. Tho mandolin club selections
lug rlothmlcnl tlmo to music plajcd
by one of tho fair damsels. Ilcsldea
tho guest of honor and the hosts and
hostess, tho following jadlcs and gen
tlemen were, nirsent
"Ml. nhd Mrs. Frank Ilaldwln, Mr.
and Mrs. Odwa), Mr. and Mrs. Wrrnn,
MIsteH lUhel Hmitli, Iieno Crook, Koss,
Sable, Violet Makec. Jennie Hansen,
Gertrude. McCann, Nancy and Ktta
Cummlugs, Sintl, Hoso Daniels, Annlo
Mottinan, Mcsjiu. 1M. Kicni), Thou.
A. I,Io)d, II. lllcc. Ihompson, Martin
sen, I'lcnilng, Ondordonk, Campbill,
Smith, (J co. II Henderson, Skinner,
Hampton, Toss, gaago and James Jlat
Ho. nefreslnneiitii were served after mid
night nt the Kuhuliil Club, after which
tho guests began le.ulng for their
u. s. mitiiNi
Depnrlnicnt of Agriculture,
Tho following ilata, covering a jier
lod of .12 i'arn, hao been inmplled
from (he Weather Hun an and McKlb
bln records at Honolulu, T. II. 'Ihey
lire Issued to shuw (ho coiidlllonH that
!iae iiicnlled, during the mouth III
(lucstlon, for tho aliovo period of jenrtf,
but must NOT bo construed as a forn
cast of tho weather londltlotis for tho
Month! April, for 32 jcars.
Temperature (1890-1901) Mean or
normal tempciatiire, 73 degrees; the
warmest month was Hint of 1S93, with
an ucrag6 of 71, degrees; tho coldest
month was thnt of 1808. with an uver-
ego of 71 degrees; the highest temper
ntmo was 8G degrees on April 25, 1892;
tho lowest temperature wus t9 degrees
on April 21, 1899.
Precipitation (rain) (1877-1891, 1903
end C) Arnpi for tho mouth, 2.41
inches; neiage number of das with
.01 of nil Inch or more, 13; Hie greater!
monthly precipitation was 7.95 Inches
in 1890; tno least mommy prcciplta'
Hon was 0.18 Inch In 1000; tho great'
est amount of precipitation recorded
In any 21 consecutive hours was 3 30
inches on April 30, 1885.
HelntUc Humidity (9 o'clock ner-
uges fioin reit;rdi of Territorial Met
eorologist: 8 o clock uerngcs from
Weather Ilurcnu records.) Acrago 9
n. m , CS per cent; 9 i. in , 74 per cent
(1S03-1901), 8 a. m , C(l jier cent; 8 p.
m . 70 per cent (1905 and G)
Clouds and Weather (1890-190G)
Average number of clear da)H, ll;
partly cloudy da)s, 14; cloudy chis, C.
WIND The prevailing -winds are
from the unrlluart (1875-1811. 100r. and
G); thn average hourly velocity of the
wind Is 9 3 miles (100", and G); thn
highest velocity of tho wind III 1905
'hnd G was 29 miles from the N. H. on
April 20. mot;.
Station: Honolulu. T. II.
Dato of Issue- March 29, 1907,
WM.' II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Ilurcaur
THE BEST YET
This beer is now being distributed by the Honolulu
Brewing Company. It Is meeting with Instantaneous fa
vor and promises to be the most popular offering ever
JUST YOU TRY SOME.
- Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
I NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG, 176-190 KING 8TREET. PHONE 287.
Yee Chan's Removal Sale
Fop Two Week's (Loner
8lnce we are going to move Into our new quarters, corner of
King and Bethel Sts, on or about April 15th, everything In our store
will be sold at sacrificed pr,lce. Such as; CLOTHING, FURNISHING
GOOD8, HAT8, BOOTS AND SHOE8, ETC., ETC.
1008-1000-1013 NUUANU STBEET. NEAR KINO STBEET.
A 90 cent Bulletin want ad
litt week feund a fine gold
watch for Its owner.
I'cter's Messenger Bettlcc Mnln 381
Tnll)ho, livery, autos. BtkJcK Btbls.
Low prices at the New Kugland link
try. Mr Picker leturned from Kauai es
tenia) Kpcelnl V nines nt Hnchs In embroid
eries this week
riftecn dnj s more to buy nt sacrifice
prices nt Yee Chan .
Hnwnllnn Ixxtge meets this evening
tor legulnr business
Tloinl Parade Pnrndlsa of the Pa
cine, 15 cts, nt all newsstands
J not lu tine asuortmcnt Nntlnn.11
HIfciiU Co ' crackers Day & Co.
(I W. Cnrr. poBtotllce Inspector, re
turned from Kutiiit In the W U Hull.
Mrs. Purvis and daughter wire In
coming passe ugeis oil the Hall ester
dnv Harmony Uidgc, I O. O I, meets
this evening for work In tho first de
gree. leaving his horse untied, landed
Hnekman Kumakun at the Million Pat
unlay. Wang Tin nnd Willie Hlva oie
ovvulllng luvostlgatloti nt the jioliev
Knpunhlloa got himself liehlnd the
bars jestenlny for assault on Ceo. Ka
mnuohu. Tnko jour carriage or automobile to
Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co, for up-to-dato
Kldcr J. D. White, of the I-nttcr Da)
Saints, will shoitly visit Kansas Clt)
on the mainland
You will And tho choicest line of em
broideries on ellsiilay at Mom's this
week. Reduced prices.
Mrs. Kearus' Hawaiian preserves and
chutney packed und shipped Ii) every
rtenmer. Order n case. '
Denny & Co. rent automatic sew lug
machines, $1. per week or $3 u month.
Phono Main 4 88, l'ort SL
Manuel Madelios Ciilhan sold llciunr
without tho neecsMr) permit lit Kn
kaako umr Tulor gutticrecl him lu.
Kxnert Hnt Cleaners. l"Urt St, opp
Club etnblcs, do best work lu Panama,
straw or felt. Work guarantied.
Harmony Ixxlge, No 3, I. O. O. K,
mcoU tonight at 7:30 In I. O. O. I'.
Thcru Is nothing ns good as tho
Dock Hour Jusl put out by tho Hono
The annual meeting of St. Clement's
congregation will take place this even
ing In tho parish house, at 8 o'clock
Please let it bo n full meeting.
Hopa ou don't need a truss, but if
nu do Ihcro Is but emu placo I" gut
It and hau It proiierly llttcd Ilensoti,
Smith A Co , Ltd.
Wnlklkl Inn Is now owned ny w. U.I e
Dergln. Accommodations, supplies
end r.ttendnnco absolutely first class,
rinest bathing on tho beach.
Cuat yourj Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling and
proicrratlvo properties. California
feed Co. .agents.
Tho uiiuunl (ongrcgallonnl meeting
of St. Clement's Church will tali" plac
this cv ciilnc at tho Parish limine at
o'clock. All members please attend.
Tho money order and registry divi
sion of tho postofllco opened for trniuv
nctlon of business in tho moms of Urn
new McCiindlcss block on llethel street
"Tho Unseen World" will bo the
subject of Mr. Piimuu !c t;i" nt the
O.ihu ljilgii of tho Thcosophlc.il ho
clety tonight at b o'clock, room G.', sec
ond flcHii, Young hotel
'ihcro vvnH u largo attcudnnco at the
thanksgiving mtvIco of tho Chinese
Knights of Pythias hall on Vlncjard
iitrcel jehterday. Quito u number of
pleasing addi esses vvcro niuue.
Tho BtocKiioiciers ot tno i law an
Jockey Club nro already taking steps
for tho fourth of July meet nt Illlo
nnd will talk over plantc next Satur
Tho Tcrrltorj' Stables Co. nro again
at liuslnesi at their old ktuml with a
new manager. Tho best of livery on
hand and furnished upon short no
tice. Tho enro nnd hoarding of horses
guaranteed to bo tho best and satisfac
tion ussurcd. "
The regular monthly meeting o( tho
llooiilu and lloola I.nhul will bo held
Wednesday, April 3, 1907, at 10 o'clock
n. m. All moinbers aro requested to
attend ut tho Knplolaul Mutornlty
Homo, lloretnnlii street.
The new homo of John Walker, at
King and Pllkol streets, was tho scene
of u pleasant hoiibewnrmlng party a
fow evenings ngo. A number of cap
tains from tho deep water ships lu tho
haibor, wero picscnt.
An exceptionally good rcort Is sub
mitted for tho mouth of March by tho
district uurso of Pnlunia Settlement. A
l'nlr will bo held on tho fllh of this
month In iildsof tho nbovu institution,
which will bo worthy of nil patronage.
Tho entertainment given Suturdii)
night for tho bcncflt.of Hov, P. M.
Hnodgrttss at Kullhl wan a decided
sue cues. It win, held In the Mission
ihnncl. at which a largo crowd wus
present. 1 ho mandolin club sclcc tolas
wero among tho best numbers and
bronchi out hearty apulausc.
Two thous'and pounds of pol and 1125
pounds or pig, 400 mullctt, 210 dried
opelu, 18 chickens, 800 lauluus, 000 bot
tles of wjcla water, sixty cakes (large
cUd), 7 bunches of hamulus, 2 c.ibcs ot
oranges, 2 rascn of upplcH,iiud 2 Isixes
of nuts wero consumed at ttio luau on
llrower'H wluyf Saturday night.
About 20 members of tho Country
Club plajcd on tho new links of thu
organization Saturday and Sunday,
Whllo thu grounds areju need of soiuo
lolling tho memhors expressed them
solves us vory much pleased. The
rlub houso wilt bo turned over by the
contractor on April 15.
i s- -
Illonk books nf all sorts, lodgoro,
etc. manufactured by the nutletln Pub
Eat Your Aleals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices,
1 16 HOTEL STREET s
PHONE MAIN 311
tj 3 r ir j .. . J. yJ f
We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRIHQ SUITINGS juit arrived.
We make 'em to your measure at ready-to-wear pricci.
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
A RAINIER TOAST
A toait, the Kamaaina! ;
Though tourists help a lot,
They're but n passing fashion,
He's "Johnnie on the spot I"
The tourist says "Aloha,"
He always has his say,
The kamaaina feels it
For loved Hawaii Nci.
New strength and vigor jn every
.drop. RAINIER BEER.
C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main J 331
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR D03S OF
THE ROAD OVERALL8.
ONE OF MANY OF M'CALL'S PATTERNS
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
At E, W, Jordan & Co., Limited
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