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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 29, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, mil. 20. 190?.
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
SPECIAL- OFFERINGS IN SIDES,
L B. KBRR & CO
A.N AGGUKOATIOX OK HH1IIT WAIST VAWKR SEL
DOM I'or.VD I'NDKIt ONK HOOK TI1KSU
AIM! HKU'TllTU.Y .M AUK OF FIXE,
37" AM) EACH ONH A IMKTIXCT UAKGAIX. "5CJ
?2.50 J,AV. VIST trimmt'il with iiiwlnllimift-fur ?1.00
92.75 LAWS' WAIST lac., tviinnic.l for $2.10
$.1.00 LAWS' WAIST, lnco vokc, for $2.25
!?3.25 MKUCKUIZKI) .MULL
!MKnEIUZKn 1LTTSTKS KoinK at 20. -WJllTK-aiJOUKll
PANAMA, with tlBtn anil floral
OllMNAllY FINISH BATISTES, 12Va
HMD AM) 15LUE SHADES LIXICX IfASTISTE,
JTLT. Nl'ITS, STYLISH (TT AXD GOOT) ALL-WOOL
3 11ATK1UAL. !j?5.00 TO $20.00.
T ftft r1ltV11n Olwl nftT. l
cient engines made. Ask the
Wo Lave several in stock and a large shipment of till sizes
on the way.
H - YOUNG CO., LTD.,
it to ordinary milk in Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, etc.
for cooking purposes it is far superior to any other.
is popiiiitr because it is rich in Butter-Fat. Cream, and Nat
ural Flavor. It will keep indefinitely in the can, and for
several days when opened. It's the best wherever Quality
and Purity ore most desired.
H. Hackfdd & Co
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters C3n be had only from
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
SKIRT-WAI3TS ?M WASH
OK AT SOME OF OUR PRICES.
WAIST luce tritmnotl
0. S. LEITHEAD. Manager.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance, .
Give him a cairnnd his work will
speak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 170 ;
Night Call, 1014.
GUTS MAIL BAGS
Jrand Jurors Get Information
Weird Happening In Knmucla
According to tacts, which linvo
been .brought out during the Invcstl
;atlon by tho Federal Grand Jury
.nto tho ICnmuoln postofllco shortage,
thcro teem? to bo tsomconu down that
way vtlio lias n mania for cutting
anon mall bags. It hna developed
that at least two pouches have been
-bailed, anil, In one Instance at least,
i huge amount uf money wag taken.
This, nu told In the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n somo
lino ago, led to tho arrest ot Mos.-s
rCokl, tho postmaster, though upon
itiothcr iharge. He has not yet been
formally charged with robbing thu
mall pouches, tho charge against him
Oclng technical embezzlement.
It Is learned, however, that somo
months prior to tho robbery men
tioned, a mall pouch from Knmucln
was received at tho Honolulu post
office with a long silt near the top.
It contnlned nn ndvlco that a regis
tered package of S750 was therein.
Tho pacKtiga, however, was not In the
hag, but shortly after n wireless was
received from Koltl, stating that tho
.idvlco was a mistake and that tho
package had not boon sent. Tho In
trstlgatlon by tho Ornnd Jury Is ex
pected to bring out somo interesting
Infoi matl.m about tho wclid happen
.ngs in tho Kamueln postofllce.
RELIABLE ItEMEDY 1011 THE
Whisky and Beer Habit
Very few men become drunkards bo
ansc they like liquor. It is frequent
y tho moderate drinker, vho beforo hi
ealtzcs his condition, has become u
Iruuknrd. The nervous syitcm, hav
ug becomo accustomed to stimulant!.,
unable tn do tho same amount or
quality of work without liquor, hence
he vlctlr.: drinks more and more. Tlili
u n ntnte of disease and should be
treated by Orrlnc. It destroys the de
ilre for liquor, so that the drink Is not
missed. There Is no loss ot time oi
t'ctentlon from work when It Is used
Orrluo Is prepared In two forms: No.
1, lha t,ccret rcfucdy which can ho used
in food or drink without the knowledge
of tho patient: No. 2 for those whe
take tho remedy of their own free will
Both foims nro guaranteed, A. reg
istered Euarautco In every box.
Trcatlto on how to'cure drunkennesi
tree on reqnost. The Orrlno Co., Wash
ington, D. C. Tho prlco of either form
is SI a box, making tho cost of the
complcto cure less than one-tenth what
t is usually charged at sanitariums,
with a guaranteo that the expense, will
bo nothing unless a cure is gained
vlall orders tilled in plain sealed pack
age on receipt of prlco.
Uriluo Is for Bale by Honolulu Drug
KEPOIKAI SAYS HE
(Continued from Pace 1)
not nw.no of the nature of tho charg
es that wero brought against ino, and
1 would like to beo what they uro be
foio I say anything."
Kepulkal drove over to tho Judd
building to see V. O. tSmlth, whonco
ho proceeded to Intorvlow V. A. Kln
uey at tho Stangcnwnld building.
When rounding tho comer ot tho
Hank ot Hawaii on Tort and Mer
chant stieets Kepntkal was confront
ed by one of Ills opponents, Judge
l'urry, accompanied by Attornoy Olo
ton. When seen from a distnnro the
meeting did not appear to be particu
NOTICE TO MARINERS
San Francisco Entrance, Califor
nia. Notice. Is hereby given that
IJuxbury Uccf Whistling Huoy, lo
cated 1 7-S miles SSE 1-1 E from
UuxbttVy Point, found almost tub
merged, wns replaced by n new buoy
San Francisco Entrance, Califor
nia. Notice Is hereby given that,
about March 10, Ilonltu Channel
Huoy No, ft, a blnck'second-clnBs can
will ba established, to mark tho 17
foot spot W 3-1 S of Ilonlta Point
Lighthouse: Ilonltu Point Lighthouse
E Ilr-i N; Mile Hocks Lighthouse, SE
7-8 E; Seal Hock (largest), SE 3-t S,
San Pablo Hay, California. No-
llco Is hereby given thnt San Pablo
Dredged Channel Huoy No. 1, a black
first-class can, herotoforo reported
almost submerged, wns replaced by
a now buoy Feb. IS.
Hy order of tho Lighthouse. Hoard,
It. F. LOPEZ,
Commander, U. S, N.; Inspector
IL'th Lighthouse District.
I'OHtoflicc Inspector Hnro and U. S
Maitlial Hendry catuo back on the
Klnnit today from tholr official tour on
tho Island ot Hawaii. JtJjrJjJ
Several fine Building Lots at Puu
nui, cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50x105,
Reduced to $150 for a short time;
$25 cash, balance S10 per m. ,
Besides other property at greatly
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
PLAN tO RETURN
Send Them Dack to Japan
the Steamer Katado
Headed by Dr. Mltnmura and Y.
Ishll, a well-known druggist on Nu
uanu street, n meeting of tho Japan
ese Charity Association warf held last
night at tho Shin lllit Tel Club.
Among thoso present wero tho repre
sentatives of tho Japanese newspa
pers. Thu meeting was called to dis
cuss tho advisability of returning to
Japan all tho Japanese lepers In tho
Scttlccmnt. After a general discus
ilon It was decided to raise funds for
the purpose, tho amount required for
Mansportatlon and other necessary
expenses being nlioue oae thousand
Consul C'eneral Mlki Salto Is now
communicating with tho owners of
the Japanese steamer Kasado Maru.
Sho Is expected to arrive here on tho
7th of noxt month and It Is the In
tention of thoso who hau. tho matter
In chargo to return thoso lepers on
Her, provided hor owners grant tho
Mr. Ishll will leave for the Settle
ment next week, sailing on tho
-tcamer Iwnlnnl. He goes thcro to
meet tho lepers and to learn fion'
hem what "they Inteml to do In the
ent of their return to Japan. I)r
Mltamurn Is Intensely Interested in
lolng anything that may bo helpful
to theao poor unfortunates.
Should this movo prove successful,
.t Is expected that hereafter nny
tnpancse who may be found to be a
'eper will, with the permission ot the
Territory, bo returned to Japan at
the expense of this charity organiza
WATT WANTS NO MORE
(Continued from Pase 1)
nung cano looks er promising.
"It Is a noticeable, fact that when
jver the rainfall Is light tho ditch
hows It at onto by a marked falling
3ft In Us delivery. Such being the
jane, I would not favor contracting
or any more water from the Kohula
Oltch Company, as It would simply
.nean that wo must pay for It during
rainy times, when we do not require
it at all anil yet do not liavo It during
Jry times, when we really need It.
"Wo havo buUt wio reservoir dur
ing tho year with a capacity of nlno
iillllon gallons ot water and have
(tailed on another which wilt have a
.npaclty ot llttecu million gallons und
which will bo tlnlshed In time for tho
Other tontines of tho roport wore
"Expenses for tho year, exclusive
f depreciation, amounted to ?-00,-UCG.GO,
or a little less than S11.0UU
noro than tho expenses for tho year
190G. Tho difference is caused sole
ly by material, tho principal Item be
ing $1 1,8011.01 lent ot water from
tho Koliala Ditch Company. The la
bor account for the year was S8,-
17C.:il less than the provlous jear.
Crop 1907. This 'crop was har
vested from 459 acres plant enne, 281
teres first liilonns, and 483 acres
ecoml rntoons; total, 1223 acres,
vleldlng 2102 2.1 tons of sugar, rn'
I.9GI tons per aero.
Crop 1908. This Clop consists of
1333 acres. Ot tills crop wo wcie
obliged to rut about Btxty acres or
plant cane for seed In order to com
Jloto our planting for the crop of
1909. Grinding was started during
the last weoU of December and re
turns co far havo been bettor than 1
expected, suvo In regard to n few
teres of cane on our maukn land,
which wo cut first In ordor to facili
tate plowing. I estimate tho yield at
17f)0 tons ot sugar.
Chop 1909. This crop consists of
1280 cres. In addition to tho fore
going there will also be about 170
acres of short rntoons. These will be
Included to mako a better division of
lands. It Is desirable that the land
to bo cropped each year should
amount 'to about 1100 nerves.
Ciop 1910. Tho area to be plantod
for this crop will bo betweon 700 nnd
800 ncres, half of which will bo Irri
gated. The ratoons for this crop will
'jo about 700 actes, 490 ot which will
bo from Irrigated land.
(Pontlnued from Pne 1)
anyway, aB thcro Is no stoamcr on
which he can bo tnken back until
Governor Frear expresses tho hope
that his right-hand man may ba nliln
to keep out of Jail after all. Ho sayB
there appeals to bo a question of law
as to whether tho Secretary could be
convicted of hunting without a II
"ense'tf he did not hit anything.
Tho real icason of Mott-Snitth's ro
turn from Hawuli a week ahead of
tho time he was expected back Is now
explained. Nobody suspected when
hn came back that ho was a fugitive
(mm justice, llcclug from the sleuths
jf tho law.
Theio will bo a monthly buslncst
meeting of tho Christian Kmlcavor So
."lot) nf Control Union Chinch (hit
veulng at 7:30 o'clock In thu Church
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
One of Anthony Hope's
The Arrival of the Prince
and Princess of the
and the most lauriiable nlav
Given bv the
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE
Tickets, 25c, 50c & $1.00
DON'T BE A RUBBER LET
DO THE WORK.
S3. 15 a ease
iiuiiuiuiu juuu mm
F. L. WALDR0N Agent
behind the bar at the
Next to the Orpheura Theatre.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
Repairing Neatly Done.
Men's soles, 76 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents (sewed).
Corner King and River Sts.
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
Fine Job Printing it the Bulletin,
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giving you more for them than vou'll
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Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
163 KING ST.
in the city.
' Mis. Dunn's
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picture. No one need be there except
I The device that doc3 this is tho
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can set it for ten seconds or 30 min
But call and sec it for yourself 1
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" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
and cloth of A-l quality can lie pur
r. 0. Box 001. Telephone 031.
can be done very easily with your
apincse servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Bool:.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
LUNCHES and DBIS id
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
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82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and XING Sts.. Honolulu.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
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J. 5 Santos,
Dack ol Poter's,
PHONE 3S1. UNION ST.
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Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
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