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EVENING nULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY. IT.T1 17, 1908.
Our Own Creations
will be on display
THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1908
and following days
N. S. SACHS'
Drv Goods Co.. Ltd.
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
! TELEPHONE 71.
is the modern illuminant. You can read in your library
by an incandescent lamp with ground globe, and you will
have light that is as strong as daylight, yet softer, and
more evenly diffused.
It has a clear, steady light, and gives oil no heat or
Have us wire your house for electricity.
Hawaiian Eleotric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. J. C. 0., No. G0247,
and Quenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0., No. 02304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
WORKS CO., LTD.
S, 1EITHEAD, Manager.
Poor little- follow! Ho coughs
so hard ho cannot sleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all tho
next day. Hi3 brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do wo, for
wo know that just a few doses of
will stop tho cough. Forsixtyyears
it ha3 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. Be suro
that you get Ayer'a Chorry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
PffP.rtJ If Dr. J, C. Ajir & C, LmH Mm,, U, S. A.
One of Anthony Hope's
The Arrival of the Prince
and Princess of the
and the most touchable ulav
Given by the
Tickets, 25c, 50c & $1.00
$12.50 House on Gulick Ave., 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley, 2 Bedrooms, Ideal
Country Home; adjoining
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. ?4 S. King St.
knew a man who would not use
natches, but stuck to the tinder box!
What would you call him?
HOW ABOUT YOURSELF! Arc
you developing in the dark-room
itill? Why not be PROGRESSIVE
Here is what C. H. Claudy says:
"It has been proven by logic, by
experiment, and by rule of thumb,
time after time, that Tank Develop
ment docs all that hand and eye can
do, yet there are thousands who re
fuse to believe what is a known fact,
and still stick to the old red light,
hot, stuffy room, and variable form
ula methods." The
Ingento Tank Developer
makes developing easy and pleasant.
It is the simplest, easiest, and best.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic" Fort St.
it the automobiles, busrries and car
riages wo have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
Fi S. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collco
'ions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lie
nses. i Office 70 Merchant St, Phone 310,
Republican Apostacy in
Wiitltiku, Maul, l'eli. 1".. Tho
citizens of WallnKtt hold a meeting
at tho Wnlluku court house last Tucs
day cenltiR to dlBCiiss the letter
fiom Superintendent of Public
Woil.s Marstou Campbell with re-
Bind to moving the old court house
n r it town hall to tho mounds oC tho
Kaahumnnu native church Rev. J.
Nu.l was elected chairman ut the
meeting nnd Clins. Wilcox w,ia elect
ed secretary. Mr. Kcola acted as In
terpreter. Tho letter from Superin
tendent Campbell granting tho fiec
use. ot tho building as n town hull,
retaining ownership or the building
to tho Territory, howeei. was icaii
nnd iccclved tho enthusiastic loin
mendntlon of tho forty or more rep
iesetitatlvo citizens piescnt
A little after 8 o'clock, nnd while
L. M llnldwln was udilicsslug tho
meeting, nit alarm of Hi r uas nuido
from tho central office and all left tho
building for Mnrkct stivct. wheio tho
tiro was supposed to li.ne originated.
1'hc two engines of tho Wnlluku Klro
Department were soon under way nnd
reached Ah Leone's stoic next to tho
Mnul meat market, In the quickest
possible time, but, to their great yh:
gilu nnd dismay, there wia no Arc at
all In tho building excepting tho
burning lamps which lit up tho storo
building. It seems that a I'orto lit-
it it, who had a bigger load of Intoxi
cants than ho could be expected to
carry, was taking possession of Mar
ket stiect, and Imitating t;ie hilari
ous mood of tho sailors fiom the IJi
, rhino M. Phelps the pro lout Sun
day. A nntlvo woman ovarii mm ut
tering stinngo remarks In his own
language, which to hei hcemed ery
much like tho groaning of a man
struggling for Illicit) at tho er
brink of eternal hell-lire, mi sho gnvo
tho iilaim to tho hello-lints, nnd the
latter brought tho whole or Wnlluku
to Ah I.cong's stoio In a few minutes.
About twenty of those who ran
down from tho meeting went back to
llnlsh It, Willie tho othcis returned
In their homes. On motion of Magis
trate McKay. Messis I. M ll.ildwlu,
M Knuhlmiihu and .1 li Kcnuti were
appointed n committee of threo to see
the Hoard of SupcrWMiis to llnd out
If tho County could heir tho expense
or moving the liulldlng to Its new
tdto on tho opposlto kIiIc of tho io.ul
On motion of J. M. Vl,is tho meet
ing udjourncd until lliuiMlny iHeu-
Last evening the dtlrcns met
ng.iln nt tho old coin t house to hear
leport of tho commute. They stilt
ed that tho Hoard of Supervisors had
assured tho committed Unit they
would hear tho oxpenso ot moving tho
town hall to Its new site, but that
they would not maintain tho build
ing afterward. The report was ac
cepted and tho secretary Instructed
to thank tho Hoard for Us liberal nld
In tho matter Messrs. I,. M. Bald
win nnd J. N K Keohi were elected
incmbcis of the board of trustees of
tho Town Hull, who aio to net with
threo or more Ousters to bo elected
by tho trustees of tho Kiinlunn.inu
Gnurrh, mid tho live to constitute the
trustees of tho town hall. An effort
will bo mado to obtain it leaso of tho
grounds fiom tho Kanhiimiinu
Church trustees, which no doubt the
latter will agree to, for tho building
will not onlj bo used for concerts
mid lectures, but tho church people
can linvo their Sunday school exhibi
tions mm church contorts In It, Al
though Superintendent of Public
Works Murston Campbell, on behalf
of tho (Internment, has granted tho
fieo use, of the building for the pur
poses nsked for, set tho trustees will
endenwir to obtain n Icnso of tho
building fiom tho Territory so us to
Iiibuiu thosa who will .'ild tho public
enterprise of tho safety or their phll
nuthioplc Investments ror tho niornl.
social, mid intellectual betterment ut
Movements of this nnturo arc
bound to meet with opposition of
romo members of tho community, for
happy is tho uinimiinlty which Is free
fiom such, hut It Is. tho duty of tho
progressive clement to overcome such
obstacles, and tho tnrdy ones will
somo day join In to help tho good
Wnlluku, Maul, Feb. II. 7.. Wal
luiu.t Knaa, a Hawaiian employed its
hum nt Walkupii by tho Walluku Su
gar Company, died this morning from
cerebral hemori lingo us n result of it
full fiom his horso on Sunday, the
2l Inst. Ills head struck tho ground
when ho foil. Ho was removed to tho
Maliilanl Hospital nnd mi operation
wiiH performed by His, St. Suio mid
An Inhalation lor
Craaolana Is Boon to Aithmatloa.
! It not Min mora efTtcll to brtatha in a
remtMljr for Uaa of tt breatMnr oritm tUn
to Uko the reuiJr Into tho iiumicli!
C'rmulriio tu4 Iwfaow th air, rndtrl
itroogly anlUtrllCi carried ow tho dli.iwd
utUco with owr brth. gltlnf proloogad and
eoniUnt treatment. It U laTOluablo
wHQ 1111011 cniuron.
ThoM of a Con
from Coy lii or InfUnifcl
Condition of tbo throat.
band Jpoital (or do
J 50 lultvn HUMt,
TO THE VOLCANO, KILAUEA,
TO VISIT THE GREAT NATURAL
WONDER OF THE PACIFIC
Tho S. S "Klnou' will leave Ho
nolulu on Tucsdnv February 25th. nt
noon, nrrlvlng nt llllo nt two o'clock
p. in. of the next day, where tho pai
t will remain until Thursday, af
fording mi opportunity to visit
"ltalnbow" Palls nnd tho other
points of Intciest In tho nclghbot-
Thursday morning ut seven o'clock
thu part will leave by train for
(llenvvood, tlicnio by stage, nine
miles, to tho Volcano, arriving there
at eleven o'clock a m.
Hero the party will remain until
Sunday morning. Tho two nnd n
half das will iulckl pass In this
wonderland; among tho attractions
besides the Volcano, are "Kllauca
11:1," tho seven craters, the sulphur
banks, the fern mid kon forests.
Sunday morning nt eovoii o'clock
tho party will leave by stage to i tin
ned with the S S "Mnuna l.on,'
sailing from Ilonuapo nt noon. The
trip Ij along the coast, past
the scenes of the lava Hows. The
steamer anchors for the night nt Ke-
alakckun Hay, at which point Cap
tain Cook was Killed, one jeur after
bis discovery of tho Islands, nnd here
u monument has been elected to his
memory. Those wishing to enjov i.
beautiful carriage drive ma) leave
tho steamer nt Kralakekun nnd go
overland to Knllun, 20 miles dis
tant, and rejoin the steamer ut lint
point, tho tost per passenger being
$2.50 extra for this dilvo. The
steamer leaves Kallun nt noon Mon
day and arrives In Honolulu Tues
day, Mai th 3rd, at da light.
Tho round Olp ticket Is r.2 till.
vvlilclitivers every ncceuary expense
of the trip to tho Volcano mid re
turn, but does nut Include tho cost of
hoiscs or carriages for sldo trips In
llllo nnd at tho Volcano,
Don't bo dissuaded from taking
this trip. It is an opportunity or a
lifetime. Comfortable transportation,
good hotels, and most picturesque
Tor tickets and Information re
gnrdlng tho excursion hpply to
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant ts.,
Kohnjnshl on tho 11th Inst Wul
lnmn had been unconscious for sev
eral days. Ho only complained to
tho doctors tif it pain In tho back pail
of tho netk, and tho doctors treated
him for compiessuro of tho brain,
which diagnosis tho postmortem re
vealed ns correct. Wullum.t was for
many jears n member or tho Wnl
luku pollco force under SherllT 1.. M
ll.ildwlu mid was considered n very
efficient mid fearless olllccr. He
leaves a wlfo and three little chil
dren to mourn for him.
Clins. Bailey, a hi other or V. II
Ilallcy of Makawao, and a mine-own
er In Nevada County, California, paid
walluku it visit this week after nn
absento of over fifteen c!trs. Mirny
of the old kaiiiaalnas remember Mr
li.tlloy vory well. After n long ab
sence ho returns its a well-to-do mine
Senator Samuel 13. Kalamn, tho
cimpalgn manager of tho Maul Re
publicans, was in Wnlluku this week
and ho will lcavo tomorrow afternoon
for Moloknt to look over tho ground
there and to find out tho sourco ot
discontent which forced several of
tho onto staunch Republicans, such
as tho Devauchcllo liiotliers, to Join
tho Democratic ranks. Mr. Kulama
will bo In liana district about tho
hitler part or this month.
The linkers of tho Mnul Dry
Goods and Grocery Co. wilt entertain
their friends mid customers nt tho
opening of their new Knhulul
branch store next Monday ovenlng
Trains will tiirry Wallukans to Kn
hulul and back, fireworks will be
tho main event of tho evening.
Jim l.loyd who tins been Inspector
of tho new Wnlluku court house, re
turns to Honolulu tonight In answer
to a wireless received vestenlay fiom
Superintendent of Public Wmks Mnr
stou Campbell Geo. Weight will bo
Inspector In place of Mr. Lloyd,
TOMORROW IS U
"I'ccK'a Hail Hoy" la to bo tho Mil
ItmiKlit t tlio Oipticum. Tho pln
was iirc&onteil Siituril.iy afternoon,
iiml pi overt tlioroiiRlily pleasing to cv
uiybody, anil iib many pcoplo who
mcio uniihlo to itttcml that pcrfiiim
itnct! expressed a ilcslro to nee It
JlamiKiT Cooloy tleclilcd lo put It on
Tomonow emlB tho company's en
RaRonicnt hcio. Tomorrow after
noon for n m.ttlnco hill there will he
presente.il tho funny farco, "Tno Man
I- rout Jlexlro." Tomorrow oveiilnK
for the final show tho stirring melo
drama, "Tho Scout's novciiEC," i to
ho presented. Thin play was put on
heio durliiK tho first week of tho Bea
con and is generally reffarded as tho
UroiiKest play of tho purely melo
dramatic tjpo that Manager Conloy
has Ktugeil hero
The iiimpany Is lo sail for H.iu
Kranclbto on tho Alameda Wednes
day. nionk books ot nil torts, leJgen,
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
OF ALL THE
WITH AN ORDER.
C. Q. Yee Hop
uj sir, l. iraggagg
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
sold on easy terms at
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ld.
5c Cigar for the Wise.
M. A. Gimst fc Co.
per week you can get a fine
Waltham or Elgin'
SEE US RIGHT NOW.
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
are made in this shop with the same
amount of attention to detail that is
pven the art of trimming in main
MRS. DUNN'S SHOP,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Employment Office supplies all Na
lionalities to plantations, contractor!
1G3 KING ST.
E A D
in the city.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
TORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
trnd cloth of A-l quality can be pur
T. 0. Boi: 9G1 Telephone 031.
an be done very easily with your
apancse servant by purchasing on
Snglish and Japanese Cook Book,
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
L U N C II E S and PRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort,
lack Scully. ' Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
9ianch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
"S72THY HOT let us have your bus-
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HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. PORT and KING Sts Honolulu.
For Expert Hcpalrs on Bicycle, Mo
orcyete, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. B Santos,
Back of Peter'.,
HONE 361. UNION ST.
Vhole;sie inipcner. no Jobber
AMERICAN OftY GOODI.
KORT end CUGEN 8TB
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
H FOR ALL
Sec Our Window
5 CENTS TO 30 CENTS
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN-
TEHS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought ind Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.