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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLVLuf f Tt'KSDAY.
FEI1 18, 19M.
JUDGES ARE CHOSEN
FOR FLORAL PARADE
Our Own Creations
will be on display
THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1908
and following days
N. S. SACHS'
Drv Goods Co.. lid.
tfR$Zif&rriitotn?r 'r '-Vww. WffiXy
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
lUNMJLIUA.CU WUA WUKltt UJ., LIU.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. '
ii 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 off' no heat or
Have us wire your house for eleotrioity.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KIN,G ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Elaborate Arrangements Mads
Make Occasion a Perfect
Tlioso who linvo chnrpo of tlio Wo
rn I I'.trnilo are prepared to mako next
Saturday n special day for all the pco
pic to enjoy themselves In taking In
slRlitB which cannot bo seen else
where. The list of tho judges who
have lieen selected Is ns follows; II.
0. lSfVorster. P. M. Swnnity. dcnll
P. Wilder, Ur. Ij. K. Cofer, Mrs. It.
PockD. Mrs. S. 0. Wilder. Mrs. W. A.
fJbvo, C. II. Hcnienwny, Mrs. Andrew
Puller, Mrs. A. 0. Hawcs, Jr., Mrs.
Jas. Wilder, Angus McPhcc, Louis
Wnricn, Chns.' Delllnn, Klicn Low,
Mrs, Geo. C. Potter, If"! M. von Holt,
Mrs. Euen I-oWf Mrs. A. A. Wilder,
A. It. Ourrcy. Jr., It. W. Shingle, Mis.
IMchnrd lvers, Geo. Potter, Alhert
Judd, Judge Lindsay, Mrs. -A. (1 art-
Icy and Mrs, C. S. llolloway.
The judging will tnkc place In u
manner similar to last year. The
Judges will view tho vehicles at tho
Capitol when they aro assembling,
and later from the steps nt tho Opera
House, where tho cntlro parndo will
pass. In review boforo them. Prom
that placo they will bo driven to Pu
nahou. It Is proposed to mako the entrance
to Punahou as spectacular as possi
ble. It. K. Ilonlnc, tho moTing-plc-ture
man, will, it Is said, photograph
tho parude, as It enters between tho
long lines of royal palms. Tho for
mation of the vehicles Is being look
ed nftcr by John Hughes, Prof. A. P.
Griffiths and Prank llnrwlck.
Albert Afong, who represents thcH
Committee on Prizes, is preparing
flags and ribbons which will bo pro-
tented to tho winners by Mrs. W. P.
Frcar, wife of the Governor.
Special provision will bo mndo for
tho photographers and menibcrB of
tho press. They aro expected to ob
tain ribbons from Mr. Afong that will
give them entry to nil parts of tho
The Pho Department will turn out
Hx-flnvcrnor Carter, who has
charge ot tho nuUimohllo section, re
ports progress In Ills work.
Entries for tho carrlngo depart
ment of tho parado should be mado
early to members of tho subcommit
tee A. J. Campbell, Harry Macfar
lano and S. A. Walker.
The County' Maul Has Abolished
the ice of Road
Walluklljaul, Pcb 1ft. Tho
Hoard of Sufvlsurs of Maul County
met at itsbadquartcrs last Wed
nesday nftclon nnd adjourned yes
terday aftelon after having com
pleted Its bor for this season.
Among thciportant matters that
came up wjtho complaint ot Kin
Kaplloho ojula ngnlnst Manoano.1,
sectional litfor west Makawno, foi
stuffing pa oils. The s.uuo com
plaint wns cstlgatcd by the Grand
Jury at Latin last term and the
.una was lcatcd. The Hoard uf
SupcrWsoiulftcr spending almost
nil day oxlnlng witnesses, con
stituting twelves n Judicial board
of Inquiry, (missed the (omplalnl.
Tho nntlvo o made the complaint
(.wears tuntp two UiiMi he was paid
or on inc iron oy lion aianoano.t,
fek STOMACH ,n.
r, ho was In Wulluku
th before Attorney J.
Wahlawa, Kauai, Jan. 24. Tho
employes of tho Mcilrydo plantation
aro seriously contemplating giving
their departing comriulo Jos. P. Mc
Kcchnlc, who bus been foreman of
tho blacksmith shop slnco tho organ
ization of that concern, n worthy
farowell. During Mr. McKcchnlo's
Incumbency of over six years ho has
thought out tho following Ingenious
Inventions: A tie-bar, slmplo to
look at now, Blnco Its discovery, but,
nevertheless, many a railroad nccl
dent will bo provented by Its use. A
cano or any other car stako pocket,
wheieby tho unloading time, wear
and tear of material, friction, etc.,
aro all minimized. An Improved frog
for a switch, whereby derailing vt
rolling stock is reduced a great deal.
An, urrangonicut for buckling hamcH
so that chafing of collar or animals'
shoulders Is provented. And, lost ot
all, ho was Just about to perfect n
cane-unloadlng machlno whereby tho
cost of harvesting Hawaii's principal
product would bo Ici-Bcncd consider
ably. Mr; McKechnlo clulms that ho
will succeed or overcome all obstacles
to the completion of this last Idea at
his next place ot thinking. Ho will
bo missed by all who knew him a
man of the world and of his word, n
companion one may bo proud ot oncu
his confidence was won.
Mr. McKechnlo is tho president opl
tho Republican Precinct Club hero
nnd his services ns such wcro much
esteemed by his fellow menibcrB.
L. Coko In n-orcc suit, but Manna-
n oa Insists t the mil he wns at
work that i and swears to it.
Another ter of Importance was
tho reslgnn of John II. Wilson us
superintend of roads for Maul
County. & Wilson losigneil be
cause tho Ul would not dcflno hit
(tittles, been! ho wns afraid that If
he did nnytt out of order, and, ac
cording to tlcclslon in tnc Vivian
Itlchardsonlter, his bondsmen nor
himself coiiio made answerable
therefor. Halms aUo that all the
Itoad Supcrrs of the various dis
tricts who (He thousands of dol
lars every lib, have not their du
ties defined, therefore will not bo
responsible Jiny crlmln.il prosecu
tion. Tho fjil went Into executivo
cession Thujy night to discuss the
matter, nndtcrdny the ninttcr was
finally settlty the resignation be
ing iicccpteiila and Knluo voting
against. la surprised his many
friends by (porting Wilson, for
the troublobe because Kaluo In
sisted on ruig nrfnlrs In Wallukii
district, anirofore the io.ul sub
ordinates toiistructloas from him
rather than son; hence tho dead
lock. Tho Ijl rcsurrcUcd tho res
olution cmpilng Kngltieer Howell
with full cij)l of nil road work
and cnglncelwork In the County,
and cut off fcfllco of Superintend
ent of lloads'lils resolution wns in
existence wllMr, Wilson wns In
charge of thud department. Tin
various Honcupe.vlsorM will run
tho road worlir wV tltno to como
tho best they wKout a head, but
whether this nhodh good business
tltno aloiw wljcll.'lieti tho public
will bo acarillmi, ther In pralsu
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. J. C. 0., No, 60247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C, C, No. 02304, at service at $10,
Tei. 890 The Pond Dairy
Wnliiawu, Knunl, Pel). IB. Tho
Mcilrydo inNI leached tho 3000-toli
murk early this weolt, with every
Held taken oft yielding more than es
Mr. Fox, of Hill Hulhul fame, Is u
visitor at his brother-in-law's, ox
Representative II. A. Jaeger, Kukul
Mr. Kcnrns, tho stenographer, is
getting to bo quite a Wnhlawalto.
Quito a rainfall was had hero in
tho 'last two weeks, the heaviest
stretching botween last Saturday and
tho mlddlo of this week.
II. L. Hudson, ox-superlntendcnt
of tho Hawaiian Electric Co., loft
hero yesterday for Wainlha on an In
spection tqur ot tho Kauai electric
works and lines.
W. 11. Stuart, who lias been doing
Installing work In und a'bout Wahl
awa electric works, particularly In
tho mill nnd pumps, will In a fow
days go to Makawell to Install an
electrical plant for the Hawaiian Su
Drunkenness isi igressivo dls-
eise; tho moderat d er is not sat
isfied with two orth drinks a day,
iho craving for loilnd more be
comes irresistible tso disease, ad-
anccs; the result u runic Alcohol
Tho treatment ucuccossfiilly by
thousands right In huwn homes is
Orrlne. It Is a side euro for
Drunkenness and Ijvom such uni
versal satisfaction tl It Is bold
under a positive gvipc to effect u
i-uro or our monc 1 be refunded.
rhls guarantee is ivln good faith
pud is carried out on letter. Or
tlno is not a new m; it has been
sold by tho leadlngdtlBts in every
city for years. I
Orrino No. 1 Is lqcret remedy;
Orrlno No. 2, is te to willing to
take the treatment. lr form costs
11.00. Tho guarameltho samo In
either case. WrltetoB Orrlne Co,
Washington, D. C ffreo trcatlso
eg. Drunkenness m I in plain
scaled envelope an in po mailed
sealed on receipt opr Sold by tho
leading drupglsU i ly town and
city, and In thlsclby Honolulu
Djug Co., Ltd.
K K R 3t 30 K W 3 K itt B S8 S K
Tho baud will plait, Thomas
Square this ovnnug 1:30. Pol
lowing Ih tho irn;rniil
' VW l!
March "Tho Ile Dun', . .Henry
Overture "Ten llrls L'o Hus
band" I, . . Suppe
Intermezzo "Low Inlck and
"Hemlnlscences o Vol, .Godfroy
Vocal Hawaiian Bonuhy Hcrgor
185 editorial rooms 250 busb
nets office. Theta ara the new tel
ephone numbers of the Dulletln office, Waity Bldg,
Waltz "Tho Meriy Wl
Plnule-"Punch and J
$12.50 House on Q
Bedrooms, nettg St.
$12.00 Furnished Cot t Manoa
Valley, 2 BedV Ideal
Country Hon djoining
P. E. R. Siich
Kcop a bottlo of tho Hitters
handy If you would savo a lot
of suffering. When the Stom
ach, Liver or Kidneys are un
able to perform their work a
for ilosos will help wonderfully.
It novcr falls In cases of Dys.
pepsla, Indigestion, Costlvendis,
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney Ills or Malaria.
TO VISIT THE GREAT NATURAL
WONDER OF THE PACIFIC
Tho S. S. "Klnau" will leave Ho
nolulu on Tuesday, Pebruury 2Cth, nt
noon, arriving nt Illlo at two o'clock
p. m. ot the next day, whero tho par
ty will' remain until Thursday, nf
fordlng an opportunity to visit
"Rainbow" Palls and tho other
points of Interest In. the neighbor
hood. Thursday morning nt seven o'clock
the party will leave by train for
Glenwood, thenco by stage, nine
miles, to the Volcano, arriving there
at eleven o'clock a. m.
Here the party will remain until
Sunday morning. Tho two and a
hair days will quickly pass In this
wonderland; among tho attractions
besides the Volcano, arc "Kll.iuoa
Ikl," tho seven craters, tho tmlphur
banks, tho fern and ko.i forests.
Sunday morning nt sccn )'clock
the party will Iravn by stage to con
nect with the S. S. "Muunn Loa,"
tnlllng fioui ilonuapo at noon. The
trii Is along the coast, past
the scenes of tho lava Hows. Tho
steamer anchors for the night nt Kc-
ulakckua I lay, at which point Cap
tain Cook was killed, ono year after
his discovery of tho Inlands, nnd hero
a monument has been erected to his
memory. Those wishing to enjoy n
beautiful carrlago drive may leave
tho steamer at Kcahikcku.r and go
overland to Kallua, 20 miles dis
tant, and rejoin tho steamer at that
point, tho cost per passenger being
J2.no extra for this drive. The
steamer leaves Kallua at noon Mon
day and arrives In Honolulu Tues
day, March 3rd, at daylight.
Tho round trip ticket Is $li2.0(i,
which covers every necessary expense
of tho trip to tho Volcano mid re
turn, but does not Include tho cost of
horses or carriages for sldo trips in
llllo and nt tho Volcano,
Don't be dissuaded from s taking
this trip. It Is mi opportunity or a
lifetime. C'omfortnhlo transportation,
good hotels, and most picturesque
Por tickets and Information re
garding the oxcurslon apply to
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
knew a man who would not use
matches, but stuck to the tinder box!
What would you call him?
HOW ABOUT YOURSELF? Arc
you developing in the dark-room
still? Why not be PROGRESSIVE
in photography? ,
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.
Sold on easy monthly payments.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
he news of tio day.
OF ALL THE
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Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
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are made in this shop with the same
amount of attention to detail that is
given the art of trimming in main
MRS. DUNN'S SHOP,
King Street, Ewn of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalitics to plantations, contractors
103 KING ST.
in the city.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
r. 0. Box 061. Telephone 931.
can be done very easily with your
apanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
L U N C H E S and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 3G1
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HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
oreyele, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. E Santos,
Back of Peter's,
HONE 361. UNION 3T.
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XiKS, i-AfliK HANGERS md
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
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