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RVT.KIKO nnu.KTJN'. H0NOI.tn.T7. T H. MONDAY. JAN. 20, 1S08
Begins Today, Jan. 20
Blankets and Comforters
for cool nights
Extraordinary Values and a
Beautiful Assortment to
WHITE COTTON, at 75c, 90c and $1.00 a pair
EXTRA WHITE COTTON, at$U0 and $1.75 n pair
PART WOOL WHITE, extra size $2.75 a pair
AIL WOOL WHITE, full size. $3.00 and $3.50 a pair
GREY and TAN COTTON, from . . . .$1.00 a pair upw.
GREY WOOL.nnd RED WOOL IN ALL QUALITIES.
A large assortment to select from. They arc well
made and well-tufted,, in very pretty patterns and colors."
SILK. SATEEN, and SILK-COVERED COMFORT
ERS, from $1.50 upw.
See oiir -window display
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
the water that
the product of
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TELEPHONE 71. G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
The Howard, !
M. R. Counter
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
When leaving your Watch, Clock or Jewelry with me for re
pair vou have the benefit of fcrty-seven years' experience. line,
complicated watches a specialty.
Orders By Mail Promptly Attended To.
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1i you oniy Knew now artistically
lovely we can make the simplest
home, for n little bit of money,
you would not live another day in
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
- 137 KING STREET.
Veteran Attorney Dies
Judgo William Austin Whiting,
one of, the veterans ot tho Hawaiian
bar, died last Saturday afternoon
from dropsy caused by cirrhosis of
the liver. He had been 111 for a con
The funeral took place yesterday
and was largely attended, anions
those present being Governor Frear.
The body lay In state at tho under
taking parlors ot II. II. Williams
from 9 o'clock until 2, when It was
removed to tho Masonic Temple
Hero woro sent many flowers by
friends. Among tho flowers were
several pieces representing Masonic
emblems, sent by Masonic bodies ot
which Judgo Whiting was n member
The funeral services wcro held at Ma
ronlc Temple at 3 o'clock, and wore
conducted by J. J. llelscr, Illght
Worshipful Master of Pacific Lodge
No. 822, A. F. k. A. M., Itov. J. W.
Wndman officiating ns chaplain.
Tho body was accompanied to the
cemetery by a largo escort of Masons,
tho funeral procession to Nuuauu
cemetery being nn Imprcssivo one.
At tho mortuary chapel of tho cre
matory the Masonic committal serv
ices wcic held.
At tho services at tho Masonic
Tcmplo n quartet consisting ot Mrs
Weight and Mrs. Hare and Mr. Stan
ley Livingston and Mr. Arthur Wall
tang "Asleep In Jesus" and "My Je
sus As Thou Wilt."
Tho pallbearers were Chief Justice
Hartwell, I'. C. Jones, Henry Smith,
II. K. Cooper, Col. C. 1 Iaukca, John
Kldwcll, Cecil Drown, and T. II. Tc
trlc. William Austin Whiting was born
in Charlcstown, Mass. Ho graduated
from Harvard CoIIcgo, toon tho Har
vard law course, and began tho prac
tise of his profession In Charlcslowti
and lloston, but living In Charles-town.
He enmc to Honolulu in 1SS0,
whero ho had friends who wcro In
fluential. Tho first public appoint-'
ment ho seems to have received In
Hawaii was that of Agent to Take
Acknowledgments of Instruments. In
1892 ho was appointed Attornoy Gen
eral under LUluokalanl. In 1893
ho was appointed First Judgo of the
First Circuit Court. Following the
trouble of January, 189f, ho was ap
pointed president of the Mllltnrj
Commission which tried those. Impli
cated in tho rebellion, including the
yuecn herself. In order that ht
might bo president of this commts
ilon ho was given tho military rank
In 189G ho was appointed Second
Associate Justtco of tho Supreme
Court In succession to tho lato II. F
iMckcrton, and he continued on the
Supremo Dcnch until tho organiza
tion of tho Territory of Hawaii, June
U, 1900, following annexation.
Slnco then ho has practised lilt
profession. Defore tho Flro Claims
Commission ho was ono of tho most
tctlvo practitioners. Ho has contin
ued to practise, his profession as his
health would permit ever slnco. For
several years past his health hat
been very precarious, gout, and Iitt
torly a dropsical affcctlop, Interfering
cry greatly with professional nctlv
Ity. Ho has long been a member ot the
Pacific Club and n member ot Pacific
Lodgo of Masons, and was onco Wor
shipful Master ot It. Ho is ulso a
Uth-dcgrco Mason ot tho Scottish
For Admission To
Tho regular work of the four years'
course of the College ot Agriculture
and Mechanic Arts will begin Sep
tember 14 next. For those who arc
not up In tho studies required for
entrance, n Bpcclal preparatory courso
will bo given, commencing Feb. 3.
Entrance Requirements for the Four
Year Course in Agriculture
Candidates not less than fifteen
years of age, of good moral character
and possessing good health, will bo
idmlttcd on presentation of any one
of tho following evidences of scholar
ship: 1. High School diploma, or Its
2. Normal School diploma.
3. Territorial teachers' grammar
grade certificate, or Its equivalent.
,4. A satisfactory examination on
subjects given in Group A and twcho
olnts from Groups II and C, seven of
which must bo mado on subjects In
Group II; the remaining flvo points
can bo mado on any ot the subjects of
Group C, with their values as desig
Group A (all required) English
grammar, reading, writing, spelling,
Arithmetic, geography, United States
and Hawaiian history.
Group 11 (7 points) Advanced
English, 4 points; algebra, through
quadratics, 1 point; geometry, 1
point; history, 1 point (general, 1
point; ancient, 1 point; mediaeval, 1
point; modern, 1 point any ono of
Group C ( points) Solid geomet
ry, 1 point; trigonometry, 1 point;
tdvnnccd algebra, 2 points; physical
jcography 1 point; phjslology, 1
point; botany, 1 point; chemistry, t
point; physics, 1 point; l'rcncl
points; German, 3 points; 1 .,4
points; Greek, 3 point- .ivchnnd
lrnwlng, 1 point; " aiilcal draw
ing, 1 point; zoo). ;y, 1 point; astron
omy, 1 point.
Written examinations for admis
sion will be held at thu beginning of
jach term. Applicants at other timet
nay take tspccli.l examinations.
In nil examinations, a grade ot 70
per cent, must bo obtained,
Applicants may be admitted to ad
vanced standing or given credit on
examinations, or on evidence of satis
factory work In other Institutions
Students desiring credits for work
lono olsowhero must bring certifi
cates and catalogues Bhowlug that
tho work is equivalent.
For further Information nddrcst
Willis T. Pope, acting dean, or call
it tho Department of Public Instruc
tion, Mondnjs, Wednesdays and Sat
urdays, from 10 to 12 m.
TIMES 18 SATISFIED.
London, Dec. 17. Tho Times this
morning, In nn editorial highly oulo
elzlng President Roosevolt, regards
tho despatch -of tho American fleet to
tho Pacific as a demonstration of the
views enunciated In his Presidential
"His attitude," says tho Times,
"must command tho respect and ap
probation of Englishmen. Wo ailmlrc
tho resolution with which hu clings
to his naval policy not less than the
broad wisdom by which It Is Inspired.'
Tho Times proccods to confCRs that
tho misgivings which It formorly ex
pressed on tho inoppoitunlttos of the
trulso hnvo been dispelled by Secre
tary Tafl'H visit to tho Fnr East, and
tho admirable tompcr and restraint
shown by tho Japanese Government
P. E. R. Strauch
A HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry E. Cooper's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand side
cf car line. Will sell one or two
acres to suit purchaser. One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
r- 9 - jr
Sixtieara ago physicians first
used Ayos Cherry Pectoral, and
ever sinco then it has been tho
standard cough.remcdy all over tho
worldl Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keep a bottlo of it in tho houso
roady for an emergency.
controls the spasmodic efforts of
coughing,relioves the congestion in
tho throat, quiets tho inflammation
in tho bronchial tubes, and prevents
the lungs from becoming involved,
Thero are many substitutes and
imitations. Bo sure you get Ayer's
Chorry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any kind.
Put up In largo and small bottles.
?ntttti h Dr. J. C Apr k C, lw.ll, Mm , U.S..
(Special to tho Hullo tin)
Walluku, Maul, January 17.
Last Saturday opening, tho man)
lady friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edmunu
II .Hart gavo lliem a surprise party
tho happy occasion being tho twenty
first nnnhorsnry of their wedding. Ii
wag 8 o'clock In tho ovening when tin
band of surprlsers, led by Mrs. A. N
Kcpolkal and Mrs. T. I). Lons, rushed
Into tho houso u Ith Ico cream freezers
cakes, salads nnd light refreshments
Mr. Hart had gono to the Knights ol
Pythias hall as a guest of tho Elks
whllo Mrs. Hart and tho children were
alono at homo. So sudden was hei
surprlso at thu unexpected Invasion
that b!io could hardly rcallzo what
had happened. Mr. Lyons lot oft a
bunch ot fire crackers on tho from
porch JiiBt to lothcr know that hoi
friends hart only como to rcnow thi
good wishes. Among thoso who came
to extend to them tho many good
wishes for many moro joars of blessed
union as in tho past were, besides MrH
Kcpolkal and Mrs. - Lyons: Met)
dames W. T Robinson, W. II. Held
Jas. Klrkland, A Enos, I). II. Davis,
E. II. Rogers, ItobertB, Emma John
son, J. O. Llojd, T. Ayers, It. II. Din
cgnr, J. T. Alull and among tho gen
tlemcnt present wcro A. N. Cederloff,
Itnbcrts, Rogers, Hngerup, Love, Kail
hltnaku and Kenla, Miss L. K. Hart
dssumod tho duties of hostess, nnd
taw that tho giiestH wero all mado to
feel nt homo. Piano ns well as vocal
selections wcro rendered by Mist
Hart, Mrs. Field anil Mrs. Lynns and
Mr. Knuhlmnhii, which greatly milled
to tho enjoyment of tho evening. Ped
ro was nlto cnJocd by tho others
About midnight a number ot thoso who
hnd been enjoying tho ovening at the
Elks' reunion, camo In to augment the
number of surprlsers. Among these
woro Mossrs. W. T. Robinson, Dr. It.
II. Dluegar, Ilussell, J. II. Raymond,
W. II. Field, A. Enos, McKonzlo. J. C
Cnroy, Dr. Fanoll and Mr. Hanoy. Mr
Hart also camo In und was tho happy
recipient of tho usual felicitations of
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give a complete summary of
he news of te day.
Rev. J. W. Wadman mndo tho an
nouncement of the appointments to
various Methodist Churches in the
Islands yesterday, after tho final bus
iness of tho Methodist Conference
In the case of tho Korean work, It
Is expected that Rev. W. C. Swearer,
who speakB the Korean language flu
ently, will be secured. A suitablo
worker will be secured to look after
,o Japanese work. It was only
hlrtecn years ngo thnt ono lono .Me
thodist pastor arrived In Hawaii and
commenced his work.
A Japanese self-supporting Meth
odist hilsslonnry arrived later on and
took up tho work among his country
men. There are today 15 mission
tntlons, IS organized churches, all
if which contain n membership of
t SRC. with an Increase of 248 during
tho past year.
Tho church owns property valued
U SCO, 000 without Incumbrance
There nro 23 evangelists under su
pervision nnd two Advocates publish
d, ono in Jnpancso and the other in
Korean, with 1200 subscribers.
Following are tho appointments
mndo for tho year 1D08-09:
English Work First church, Ho
lolulu, David W. Crano; missionary
co the Jnpanc.sc, to bo supplied; mis
sionary to tho Koreans, to he blip
,)lled; Susannah Wesley Homo, Mrs.
Mettn Mack, superintendent, under
auspices of tho W. II. M. Society; 111
blo woman's work, ono to bo sup
plied; temperance evangelist, John
Japanese Work Honolulu River
street, G, Motokawn; Honolulu King
street, G, Motokawa, and ono to bo
supplied; Alcn, Otoe So; Walpahu,
under Otoo So; Kahuku, E. Toklma
sa; Lahalua, K. Anzal; Kannnpall,
J, Mortmoto; liana, to bo supplied;
Elccle, to bo supplied; editor of Gok
o (Japaneso Christian Advocato),
Otoe Ho; publisher Gohjo, G, Kit
mada; night school ana gospel bocle
tics Rlvor street, R. Fuklmotu;
King street, to be supplied.
Korean Work Honolulu, C. II
Mln; Walpahu and Wahlawn, C. S
Llm; Ewa, U. S. Kim; Wnlanne, Y
S. Kim; Kahuku und Waiatua, Y. S
Kim; Sprcckelsvillo and Pnln, C. P
Hong; Lahnlna, Haua, Klpahulu, Y
W. Chang; LI hue and Hnnumaulu, K
C. Lee; Kcnlla and Kilauea, K. C
Lce;Makuwoll and Kekaha.Y.C. Kim,
Elcolo and Koloa, H. K. Kim; IIllo,
Olaa, and Hnnuapo, C. T. Choi; Ha
kalau, Pululoa, and Pcpcekco, Y. II.
Bur; Kohala, S. I. Yce; Konn, Y. 8
Clio; Honoknn, Kukalau, and Kuliul
hacle, P. S. Shin; editor ot Chris
tian Advocate, C. II. Mln; publisher
Christian Advocate, N. 8 Yce; act
ing principal of day school, Mrs
Mamo II. Wudman; Instructors dty
school, C. II. Mln, U. S. Kim, Miss
Wndman, C. S. Yce, J. C. Ewlng. T
S. Kim; book agent nnd dormltor)
The Leonard Refrigerator
because it has the ideal insulation; there arc eight separate
walls wood, air-space sheathing, mineral wool, sheathing,
wood sheathing, zinc. That saves money in ice-bills.
It holds the door absolutely tight by bolting it both
at top and bottom. The middle-lock allows the warm air
from without to get in, at the least warping of the doors,
in other refrigerators.
It's cleanest, and most easily cleaned. And there are
seven other reasons that we will be glad to tell you at
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Come Out Of It!
ET OUT OF THE RUT! The lamp is old-fashioned
that's no reason why YOU should be, is it?
If you are using the lamp, you certainly ARE,
and if you arc using nnv OTHER form of lighting, except
the ELECTRIC LIGHT you are not up-to-date.
Have your home wired by the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KINO ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
will give you the
Buttermilk and it
will have all of
the butter fat of
the milk, and will
than sold by
Buttermilk served at
our Soda Fountain.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan-
FORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
V. 0. Box 001. Telephone 931.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
superintendent, C, S. Yee; three Ko
rean Illblo womon needed.
BY BISHOP DA SILVA
Ulshop Da Sllva, wlio arrived recent
ly, offlclated at solemn pontlflclal lilgh
m.ies at tlio Km in Catholic church
jottordaj- morn n? at 10-30 o'clock.
Tho church was thronged to Us ut
most capacity, compelling many to
stand. With n'shop Da Sllva na eel
cbiant woro rather Mntthla nx dco-
con nnd Fathb? Stephen as sub ilea
con. A largo number ot acolytes In
their surplices ml gonna und tho
IJIshop and prlon In tholr rich u'Rt
montH nssistod Blt'nv Da Sllva. Fath
er lUrlch, who conducted tho singing
of tho choir and en oichcstr.t was ably
assisted by his singers, who sang tho
welt known "Concoue," Tho "Lilies
Fi S. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photographing.
HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel,
of tho Vnlloy" was well rendered by
I'. K. Tallet.
Hlshop Da Sllva camo wiilmi tho
chancel robed In a Cassnct of rich
light violet with hlrrt.i and Chnrlotto
of tho samo huo and richly cmboi-Bcil
Ho Btood In front of tho rUhop's
throne In Alb nnd Chnsiiblo, with hi",
crozlcr In his left hand, nnd mado a
brief address In Portuguese, with hit
mltro laid aside.
Ho mild that ho had como CHpaclallv
to minister to his countrymen In these
lulumls, alter ho had been In this
ministry In San rrnnclsco nnd othor
parts of tho United States Ulshop Da
Sllva Is a pleasant nnd powerful
speaker and his use ot tho Lntlu Is
most delightful to thu ear.
Half Sole and
Repaired while you wait
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1110 Union St.
T. 0. Box 607.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice,
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
"VrrHY NOT let us have your bus
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HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
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R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS. PAIN-
TERS. PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
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