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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULTJ, T. II.. MONDAY, JAN. C, 1008.
MAUI NEW YEAR
CAME IN WITH
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Wnlluku, Maul, Jan. 4. Hun
Tho Farmers' Institute held Its
annual meeting last Saturday after
noon and evening. During tho first
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THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
When leaving your Watch, Clock or Jewelry with me for re
pair vou have the benefit of fcrty-seven years' experience. Pine,
complicated watches a specialty.
Orders By Mail Promptly Attended To.
1142 Fort Street
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It is cheapest because it has no smoke, soot, or smudge to
blacken the walls and ruin your curtains and draperies, like the
It's best because it is the most natural of artificial lights. It
is evenly diffused and steadv, because it is not affected by night
winds, and everyone knows that it is the most convenient.
Stop doing without it! Have your house wired by the
Hawaiian Eleotrio Co., Ltd.
IF you only knew how nrtistically
lovely we can make the simplest
iiomc, ior .i iiiiienic o: money, (y
you would not live another day in
those old. rooms.
See Me About Them
13T KING STSBET.
Produced under the same conditions as that
supplied to the Palama Settlement.
The Pond Dairy
dred uf people turned out cm New
Year's Day to boo the Antiques and
Horribles and tlio merry cries of
children were heard all along tho
loutc. Tho procession started from
Wailuku Flro Knglne Co. No. 1
headed hy Col. Carl Draun nH mar
shal of tho day. He jvoro tho uni
form of one of tho Kaiser's body'
guards and won tho admiration of
tho public. Assistant Knglnccrs J.
Welch and K. H. Itogers had ono
of tho hoso carts drawn hy a team
of whlto horses. The engine Itself
phone brilliantly In Its decorations of
variegated hues. m
Mr. Hnnncy of tho now Walluku
laundry had a wngon with a wash
tub and ho himself representing an
American washerwoman, was hard
nt worl; washing. Clem and Willie
Crowcll reprcsantcd on old delnplda
ted Chlneso wash-house carried on a
wagon drawn by mules. "Clem" In
his now role as a "Chlneo wiuhco"
gentleman mado quite a hit. In fact
his Impersonation of u heathen Chi
nee Ironing clothes ami sprinkling
wnter from the mouth was immense.
The U. S. mall wagon, tho Devil, and
many other town characters were
Tho Antiques and Horribles after
their return from their Invasion of
tho quarters of tho Maul Wlnu Co.
were drawn up by tho marshal In
battlo formation In front of tho
grand stand at Wells Park and thero
the judges Messrs. W. A. McKay,
D. H. Caso and Chas. Wilcox awar
ded tho prizes.
Ilcst representative float awarded
to Clem Crowcll. llest decorated
lloat won by the lire company. U. S.
mall wagon was adjudged most com
ical. Aug. Knos, representing tho
Devil, won prizes offered by tho Maul
Soda and ice Works. Antono do He-
30 was nwarded tho prlzo ns tho
i,e8t-sustalncd character; h. II. Sllva
is tho most original, and J. tinrcla
nd J. Drown won first prize as tho
nost original couplo from Dixie
'-and. 0. II. Ciimuilngs and Jas.
Cornwcll and Mr. Knos took tho prlzo
is second best representative lloat
They Impersonated young Hnwaltans
In tho afternoon tho Morning
Stars won tho baseball gamo from
tho All-Maul, the scoro being 13 to 2.
Thero was u big nudlenco present to
witness tho game.
session the following officers wero
elected for tho ensuing year: V. T.
I'opc, president; F. (J. Krauss, vice
president; Wm. Welnrlch Jr., secre
tary and treasurer; ami It. S. Hos
mer, 1'. L. Home and Jared O. Smith,
directors. Tho report of Hie treas
urer showed that tho finances of tho
Institution wero not In the best of
fihnpe, due mainly to tho fact that
many members had not paid their
ducB, and ways and means wero dis
cussed to remedy this defect.
During tho evening session papers
were read ono by Dean W. T. Popo
on "The Agricultural College, and
tho other by .Tared (1, Smith, on "Tho
Relation of the Farmers' Institute to
Mr. Popo ran over tho various
courses of education which would bo
pursued in tho college and told of
tho work which he expected to do.
Ho stated that the first examinations
would bo held about the end of tho
present month and that tho work Ju
tho preparatory course would bo
commenced about February 1. Tho
college courso Is expected to begin
with tho opening of the September
Jared (1. Smith's paper wan along
the same general Hues, showing tho
relation which tho Farmers' Insti
tute had to tho college and to tho
Kxperlmcnt Station. He said that It
was more nearly affiliated with the
college than with the station and
that the Institute should bo tho
means of translating the work of the
college to tho farmers. It hold an
Important placo In tho work that was
being stnrtcd and also stated that It
wns greatly duo to Its efforts that
tho Agricultural College had become
Tho Tax Appeal Court Is reversed
Hid thu Tax Assessor upheld In his
isscssments by nn opinion handed
lowu this morning by tho Supremo
Court In ono of tho "plneapplo cases"
that of tho Oahu Hallway & Land
Co., the Dowsott Co., Ltd , and John II
Tho question Imolvcd was whether
or not a lessor's Interest in land in
actual use by tho lesseo for tho pro
motion of pineapples Is exempt from
taxation under Section 1223 of tho Re
vised Laws, excepting from taxation
rlneapplo land, oven though tho lesseo
has covenanted to pay alf tho taxes
and tho rental reserved Is a sliding
In tho caso of tho Tax Assessor vs.
Wood, which wns recently decided by
tho Supremo Court, it was held that
tho lessor's Interest is not exempt
.rom taxation. Tho now facts In tho
nresent caso tho Court holds to bo
immaterial and do not affect tho mei
Its of tho question. Tho decision,
theroforo, Is merely confirmatory of
tho former opinion.
Poor littlo fellow! Ho cough3
eo hard ho cannot sleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all tho
noxt day. Ilia brother think3 this
coughing is terrible. So do we, for
wo know that just a few doses of
will stop tho cough. For sixty ye,ara
it has been tho standard remedy
with men, women, and children for
colds, coughs, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. Bosuro
that you get Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
Titp'nt lt Dr. (, C ( & Cj.. tniilt, Mm,, U. S. A.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
?. 0. Box 061. Telephone 0S1
KNOWS he can t make good bread or cake with poor flour And
he says that there's only ONE best flour for the best results that's
There's a big, fresh shipment just in.
You would Better rush
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SKATING RINK BLDO-., Queen St.
Tho American ship Atlas arrived in
Atn Francisco,, bringing news of tho
.Inking of tho Norwegian baric vik
ing. In a collision off Capo Horn Juno
f and tho drowning of Captain Pe
terson of tho Viking and his wife.
Drs. Hartloy and Williamson lllo
affidavits In support "of tho admission
(o ball of Louis (). fllass. Baying that
further confinement will Berlously
Impair his health.
Tho following assignments of
teachers who returned on tho Ala
meda last Friday havo been made by
Mrs. Letltla M. Walker resumes
her position at KalulanI school which
In her nbscuco has been filled by
Miss May Qlles, returned from
lcavo of absence, will rcsumo her
placo at KalulanI school, where Miss
Schlommcr hns been nctlng for her.
Mrs. Ulckford will renow her du
ties at Kaahunianu school, where
Mrs'. Mclanphy has been her substi
tute. Mrs. Dcrgstrom has not returned.
Her position at the Central Gram
mar school will be tilled temporarily
by Miss Phronle Dyke.
Miss Dyke will probably go to Ka
lian, Kauai, as toon as tho new cot
tage thero Is erected.
Misses Ray und Koyo left lu tho
steamer Maunn I.oa to take positions
at Halualoa school,
Miss Lily Nicholson, a graduate of
tho San Joso Normal school, who ar
rived in tho SlhTla last week, will
temporarily tako Mr. Pope's placo In
tho Normal school. After being re
lieved there by n Cornell man whoso
coming has been announced by cable
Mls3 Nicholson will probably he
sent to Kapaa.
Miss Gladys Hlckard will return to
Hanamaulu as assistant, taking tho
place of Miss Corrcirn.
Miss Hal has been appointed sec
ond assistant nt Kalaheo, Kauai.
Miss Mumford returns to resume
hor position us principal of Hana
Miss Jane Winno leaves tho Cen
tral (Irnimnar school to tako n posi
tion' as special music teacher under
Miss McCormlck, who arrived lu
tho Alameda, will lcavo In tho Klnau
for Kona-wnena to tako tlio placo of
Miss Daisy Apo, who has been sub
stitute for Mrs, .McKay at Walluku,
will take a position as assistant at
Miss Molllo Cummlngs takes the
position of Klhel bchnol In placo or
Joseph Dollm, resigned.
Miss Battle Kaplloho is appolutcd
assistant at Klhel.
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN
Robert Burns Cigar
M. A. Gunst & Co.
I The Restrictions Are Still On
Whili tl.cj last, confine your drinking to pure soda water
Ni-iilv flavored or plain. There arc many makes but only one
New Lines of Ties, Belts
Sxnoking Jackets, Bath Hobes-- Just lu
Fresh Shipment Of
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Supervisor Murphy proposes taier,
reduction of slzo and police inspec
tion as remedies for bill-hoard nul
eunco lu San Francisco.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Gronc's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINR CO., St. Louil. U S. A.
P..E R. Strauch,
Several fine Building Lots at Puu
nui. cleared, unobstructed view, pro
cosed extension of car line; 50 x 105.
For a short time only for $150; $25
cash, balance $10 per m. without in
Fi S. Naami,
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larging and Interior Photographing.
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NEW YEAR'S BANQUET
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FOR NEW YEAR
Tho Chlneso Now Year falls on Fob
ruary 1, 1008. Tho local Chlnoso aro
preparing (or that great Konohl day
which will ho celebrated in great
ihapo Tho merchants aro eagerly
waiting tor tho arrival of stcamors
with their Konohl supplies from the
Orient. The lantorn.maksra aro husy
making and icp.ilrlng lanterns, to ho
used on that night. Ah Is customary
with tho Chinese ladles, they mo sow
Ing now dresses for tholr children and
embroldeicd silk shirts for their hus
hands and friends.
For tho first tlmo In Honolulu, tho
members of tho Chlnoso Aloha Chili
i.ro arranging for a grand coneo'l nnd
danco to ho given nt tlio K. of P. hall
on tho ovo of Chlneso Now Ywir.
At tho Hoys' Held on February 1st.
tho Chlneso Athletic Club will hold Its
vnmial meet for the first tlmo.
Catholic fnthcrs touring tho -world
loll San Francisco they bellovn thnt
civilized man Is losing his roliglou.
Tho local Jnpancso merchants end
ed their Now Year celebration by
(casting ut tho Mochlzukl Club last
Saturday night. Thero wero about
ldO pcoplo prcseut, the only women
In ovldenco bolng the geisha girls.
A largo tent, brilliantly lllumlnnt
ed with various colored electric
lights, was spread over tho guests,
who sat around live long tables. In
the ubsenco of tho hand tho gcMi.i
girls sang and played on tholr saml- j
wns. Flroworks wero.dlachnrged i
Shlmoda. nn expert and maker of i
llrcworks. After the feasting soveral
humorous speeches wero mado by
j-Tcd. K. Maklno. His catchy method
of speech delighted his hearors ex-j
cecdlngiy. "Alona uo- was sung iiy
aBumorl, a llawallan-bom Japan
ese, and ho waB loudly applauded.
Hov. O. Motokawa, Dr. Uemura, Ya-
mashlro and many others entertained
their fellow-guests with songs ap
propriate Tor tho occasion.
Consul (lenoral Salto nnd Hanker
. Altai, under whoso manngomont
tho feast wns so successfully ar
ranged, wero complimented for tholr
effortB. Dr. Katsunuma was tho
toastmnstor and performed his duty
Tho luau commenced early and
ended early, at about 9 o'ojock.
Manager T. Mochlzukl was assist
ed In earing for the guests by a
large number of waiters nnd waitresses.-
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The Finest Workmanship on the
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