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BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, OCT. tfl, 190S.
OUR NEXT PRESIDENT IN NEW YORK
seasons iih It wimp. The nc.t event
nf Importance Is tin' show to liu gl-i
en bj tin- aiiiateiii' liuiuu talent. They
Imu' been practicing fnlthfully for
Mime time and the coming iroiluctlcm
la InoKeil forward to with much ex-
HILO NEWS NOTES
Whitney & Marsh
iipeltif (mi liv Ihn liil-i.rtt nt iriioil mm.
, edy. The phis heretofore given by
(Special io he I u lie tin) ih l(mp m(, n,r ,. le nwn(;o
I llk4J, I IIIM ill'. WV.H Ut HVVlHllh
Senator l'erklim or California writes
no follow h to the Chamlior of Com
mercu: "I mil In receipt of your esteemed
favor under dalo of the Mil Instant,
enrlosInK Hie n ropy of the annual re
lort of Mr. .lames r Morsau. preiil
dent of the Honolulu Chamlier of Com
lueico. I am hiue that I shall read
the name with much pleaimrc ami In
struction. "In this connection I would nay that
1 nm aluayx ready ami wlllliiK to do
mi) thing In my power to advance the
liiti-rent of the (it of Honolulu anil
the people of Hie Hawaiian Island, In the Hawaiian Islands. I also fa
in dolnc ko I lielleie I nm working for vored the appropriation for n light
the hcit Interest of the Pacific Coast houso tender and additional light
States. As evidence of mj good I houses for two of the ports III the Isl
faith In the matter I have hut to clto jnmlH. It Is needless, I nm sure, for
ou the fact that as ihalrnian of tlic,iiic to say that If I can he of any ser-Subcommittee-
on Fortifications nnd,lco to the good people of our city
Ordnance In the United States Senate and Territory you have but to com
my repoit and ndiocaey of the bill for mnnd me.
the Impiovemcnt of Honolulu and ''With kind regards, I remain, cry
Pearl harbors secured and madi! nvall- truly ours,
uble large appropilatlons for this jiur- "GEO. C. PKUK1NS."
poe at the last session of Congress. '
As i linking member of the Committee The elite of society nru useless and
on Naval Affairs, 1 worked for libera! brainless, according to Klhel Harry
appropriations for the Improienient of more, the actress, Interviewed in St.
your naval station. As a member of Louis. She sas bIio wouldn't take u
the Committee on Commerce I leport- mllllonnlie's son us a husband,
cd fuxorably upon and seemed the The steamer Humboldt was floated
passage of n bill for an additional rev- after being nshore on Pender Island
enue cutter which will enable the de- for thllty-slx hours, and towed to Vic
p.u Uncut to pcim.mentl) station one torla, II. C, for repairs.
rPHE Old Stan
" dard for the
best of things in
the eating and
drinking line. Just
ask anyone where
amateur wnrl. !
The dead whale that floated In
some lime ago and tilled the bill lis
an nltractlou for about n week has
gone to I),ile Jones' locker. On ac
count of the udvnnccd state of de
composition of (lie carcas the city
authorities compelled the. .lapanesu
l who had charge of It to take It fur
ther Io sea. Huudiedu of shnrlm
, gathered about the dead whale and
Ifn.iBted to their hearts' content, and
It did not take long for them to
iicmove all buoyancy by biting away
li,,tr,i f,1,,,,il.u fif liltililinr milt flnull.
large number of townspeople '.,., n pnnTn,.pnrn ,tln ilonpll wnnt
to the bottom. The owners of tho
launches i piped n linrvest while tho
Tho new llplscop.il Church on Vn-
lamicutlc street Is about llulslied mid ,
3 a very pretty building and adds
cousideiiible to tho locality. The I
building Unit was funnel ly used by
that denomination for the Sunday
senile Is nlo used as a school houso
during the week and such an ar
rangement made It Inconvenient nil
iiiutul; hence the new church building.
watch and v, ml That Is what Un
people of Ullo did for a week after
the heavy shake, but the expected
vibration fulled to mntcrlftllze and
tho usual quietness, which is only
broken In upon by steamer day, liaa
got Into the same old rut. Hut that
Is not saying that the Volcano has
been1 plu.lng to empty houses In the
meantime, I'ioiii Just before the
quake up to the present time the
thnnges in the lire pit have been so
frequent and magnificent that a
good many tourists and an excep
have visited the Inferno petite
The glow from the flics of Kllnuca
ficqircntl) seen from Ullo, but
surpassed any previous attempt In
this special line of display. Although
there was a falrl) good moon and
tho htaveus quite clear, tile reflec
tion of the olc.iulc flies In tho sky
was slmpl grand.
Mr, Drown, representing Captain
Otwcll, came to town by the last
trip of the Manna Kea, and lost no
time In getting "the lay of tho land"
regarding hrinkwntcr matters. Track
laying on the spur from Walake.-i
to the breakwater site will bo com
pleted by Saturday, the work going
on regardless of the weather during
tho past week, which has been pos
Like the conditions Unit usually
obtain at the focus of any largo
pleco of work of this nntuie. It U
expected that a small village will
soon commence to appear. At tho
present moment, where nit was u
wilderness a few short weeks ago,
there Is a scale house, a large nlllce
building, a big warehouse, and two
water tanks for supplying engines.
One of the massive locomotive
cranes stalled for Puna on Monday
uniler Its own steam and drawing a
flat car on which has been Installed
n lC-horsepower gasoline engine and
n powerful air compressor. This last
named outfit will drive n power drill
fur blasting out tho rock.
Thuisday was certainly n rainy
day In Hllo. The heaviest down
pour of tho season oicuired on tho
afternoon of that day. The city.
drains for tile superfluous water were
entirely Inadequate. Stteets were
flooded and some damage done In the
Wnlakea district, and n heavy liun
dei storm did business to tho north
east of Hawaii all the afternoon.
Although social functions are few
and far between Just at present there
are quite a number on tap for tho
winter. Tho present quietness In
that line Is the usual rest between
In the dhoree suit of Knlanlrha Ah
Ngee vs. All Ngee, Judgo I.Uidsny this
morning hail occasion to give tho
Lnborulu candidate for Major, Chas.
Achl, ii south reprimand on account
of the miserable manner In which the
libel for divorce had been prepared.
The libel was an almost unreadable
conglomeration, and, though he ap
pears us attorney for tho libellant,
Achl disclaimed Inning written the
"Who wiote that?" tho .ludgu UBked
of Mrs. Ngee, leferrlng to the libel
"The United States Attorney, Mr.
Manuel," canio tho rather astonishing
icply. As Mr. Manuel happens to bo
a suit of clerk to the United States
District Attorney, there seems to be
a mistake somewhere. Hut Judgo
l.lndsny icfused to have anything to
do Willi tlie suit until Achl filed nil
Sale of Household Articles
Begins Monday, the 19th
G3x90 Regular Price G5c; REDUCED TO 55c
72x00 Regular Price 75c; REDUCED TO 05o
31x90 Regular Price 85c; REDUCED TO 70o
00x90 Regular Price 95c; REDUCED TO 80o
42x30 Regular Price 12V&c; REDUCED TO lOo
45x30 Regular Price 18c; REDUCED TO 15c
All hemmed, ready for use.
Regular Price 10c REDUCED TO $ .90 D0Z.
Regular Price. . . 12V2c REDUCED TO $1.10 D0Z.
Regular Price 20o REDUCED TO $1.75 D0Z.
Regular Price 30c REDUCED TO $2.85 DOZ.
YOU NEVER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA LIKE YOU Will SEE AT THE
DON'T FORGET TO SEE THEM.
NEW AUT0M0BI1E RATES
The Auto I.h-ory will from this
dnto reduce all automobile work 25
per cent. 1 passenger Insldo city
limits Punahoii St., Wylllo St.. or
Knmeliunicha Schools, GO cents; call
ing or shopping $3 per hour; contin
uous driving $f per hour; 4 second,
$3 for third. Around island $10. K.
II, U:VIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. fi.
Those who have attended tho last
two dunces given by the chief petty
officers of tho Pacific Squadron will
bo pleased to hear that they are to
give another next Tucsdny evening
at tho Young Hotel.
The InBt one given there In Sep
tember was without doubt the most
popular dance ghen here for yoars.
and everyone who attended will
again turn out to have a good time
themselves and help to give n good
time to tho visitors,
Prominent townspeople will Join
with the C. P O.'s Commltteo in
making arrangements and patroness
es will be chotcn from Honolulu ma
trons to add that touch of assurance
needed to bring out tho very best
turnout of the fair sex. Admission
will bo by invitations, which will be
mailed within a day or so.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
MISS OLIVER POPULAR
At Association Hall last evening.
Miss Katharine Oliver entertained u
large audience with n dramatic t coi
tal or 8. It. Ciockett's "Tho Play
Actress.1 The tecltal was given un
der Uio pationngo of Dr. Kdwnrd I2v
erett Hale, Mr. and Mis. Arthur
Koote, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Or.
and Mrs. William J. Knife, and oth
er persons of distinction; and In tho
audience were many well-known Hos
tonlnns. The rympatliy of the audi
ence was won early In tho evening,
and Its appreciation of the ability of
the young woman was attested by
Its applause. Huston Herald.
Seats are on sale for Miss Oliver's
last recital Monday evening In tho
Opera House, Oct. 19th, at licrg
stium Music Co.
is they will tell
you. The oldest
rant in the city.
For tasty meals at
the lowest prices
come and visit us,
AROUND THE CORNER FROM
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Fiedeilck Innes, the bandmaster,
who Is musical diicctor of thu Alaskan-Vukon-Paclflc
exposition. Is danger
ously 111 at Seattle, Wash.
Tho Rev. V. M. Hill, a Methodist
minister of Lexington, Ky uud bis
hrldo of n few days weio drowned
near Cbanlln. Kv.. when tho horsi? In
1 was driving backed tho buggy over u
high bank Into a river.
The Naval Officer
wears them because
all climes and under
A Complete Stock, All
Styles, afour Store
Straight up From
and Hotel Streets,
the Naval Docks
Look out for the Walkover Sign
Honolulu Department Store