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Thorobred Bull Terriers
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and Monument Works
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Modern Business Office.
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7G MERCHANT ST. near P. 0.
At All Watcbdealen,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
Strut Proudly on Parade
Strutting proudly back and forth'
In their confined quarters, several
hundred representative specimens of
the feathered aristocracy of Hawaii
nte on exhibition this week. Tho
Poultry Show Is being held In the
National Guard rlflo gallery and Is
undoubtedly the best that has ever
been held In the Island.
Considering the rather limited
number of persons who have taken II.
mi the breed ng of fancy poultry ana is,
the fact that few fanciers have, spe
cialized along ono line, the oxhlbltion
li remarkably good. Fowls aro In
good condition, and many of them
would stand a good show of carrying
oft ribbons In the classiest company.
Theio are Bcvcral owls In the
white classes that do not mako as
good an appcaranco as they would
wero they better prepared for exhibi
tion. Their exhibitors evidently have
not had much experience In getting
I Irds ready for the show ring.
One of the facts that Is decidedly
noticeable is the too great scope
which some, fanciers are evidently
trjlng to coer In breeding birds.
Some of the exhibitors have, tried
their hands at numerous strains ot
fowl, and their entries show tho re
sult of lack of concentration ot ef
fort Doubtless this Btate of affairs
will be less noticeable ns breeders be
come more accustomed to their work,
and begin to realize the advisability
ot taking one strain and sticking to
On the whole, the exhibition Is
ery satlsfnctory, and those In
charge have every reason to feel sat
isfied with their work.
Tho entries nnd tho prize winners
Marred I'l) mouth Itock Cock
John Cullcn, 1; C. Montague Cooke,
Jr., 2 and 4; F. C. Athcrton, 3.
Ilarred Plymouth Ilock Hen F. 0.
Atherton, lj C. Montague Cooke, Jr.,
2 and 3.
Ilarred Plymouth Itock Cockerel
F. C. Athcrton, 1: C. Montaguo
Cooke, Jr., 2, 3, and 4.
Ilarred I'l) mouth Itock Pullet
John Cullcn, 1; C. Montague Cooke,
Ji., 2, 3, I, and G.
White Plj mouth Ilock Cock Wal
ter B. Wall, lj Dr. C. U. High. 2
Whlto Plymouth Ilock Hen L. C.
Abies, 1; i:. It. IJaih, 2; Dr. C. II.
High, 3, 4, and 5.
Whlto Plymouth Ilock Cockerel
I)r. C I). High, 1 and 3; Walter E.
Wall, 2 and 4; II. Jeffs, 5.
Whlto Plymouth Ilock Pullet
Wnltcr B. Wall, 1 and 4; L. C. Abies,
2 and 3 j Dr. C. II. High, 5.
Whlto Plymouth nock Hen L. C.
Abies. 1; Walter E. Wall, 2.
Huff Plymouth Ilock Pullet A. N.
Cumpbcll, 1 and 2.
Silver Pencilled Plymouth Ilock
Cock Frank Santos.
Silver Pencilled l'l mouth Ilock
Hen Frank Santos.
Huff Wyandotte- Cock II. F.
Iluft Wyandotte Hen U. F.
Huff Wjnndotto Cockerel D. F.
Ileardmore, 1 and 2.
L Iluft Wjandotte Pullet II. F.
Huff Wjandotto Pen II. F. Ileard
more. Partridge Wynndotte Pen J. J.
Silver Pencilled Wyandotte Cock
Silver Pencilled Wyandotte Hen
S. C. llhode Island lied Cock
John Cullcn, 1, 2 and 3.
S. C. Ithodo Island Hen John
Cullcn, 2, 3, I nnd G.
8. C. Ilhodo Island Itcd Cockerel
John Cullcn, 1, 2, 3 and 4; Frank
S. C llhode Island lied Pullet-
John Cullcn, 1, 2, 3, 4 nnd G.
n. C. Ilhodo Island White Cock
Jason Andrade, ,
II. C. Ithodo Island White Hen
II. C. Ilhodo Island WhUe Cocker
el J. A. Johnson, 1; Jason Andrade,
II. C llhode Island Whlto Pullet
J A. Johnson, I; Jason Andrade, 2,
II. C. Ilhodo Island Whlto Pen J,
Dark Ilrahma Cock Frank Santos
Dark Ilrahma Hen Frank Santos.
Dark Ilrahma Cockerel Franlc
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Dark ilrahma Tullct Frank San
tos, 1 and 2.
Illack Langshnu. Cockerel Manuel
Illack Langshant Pullet Manuel
S. C. White- Lcgliorn Cock Ray
mond C. Drown, 1, -Mrs. S. I. Shaw,
S, C. Whlto Leghorn Hen Mrs. 8.
Shaw, 1 and 3; Itavimmd C. Ilrown,
S. C. Whlto Leghorn Cockerel
Mrs. S. I. Shnw, 1 and 2.
S. C. Whlto Leghorn Pullot Mrs.
S. I. Shaw, 1 and 2
S. C. Whlto Leghorn Pen Mrs. 3.
S C. Huff Leghorn Cock II. Jeffs.
8. C. Huff Leghorn Hen A. N.
S. C. Ulack Minorca Cock J. II.
8. C. Black Minorca Hen J. II.
Craig, 1, 2 and 3.
S. C. Illack Minorca Cockerel J.
J. Orccnc, 1 nnd 2.
8. C. Ulack Minorca PufJot J. J.
Greene, 1, 2 and 3.
8. C. Illack Minorca Pen J. II.
8. C. Whlto Minorca Cock John
8. C. Whlto Minorca Hen L. C.
Abies, 1 and 4; John Guild, 2, 3 and
8. C. Whlto Minorca rullot John
S. C. White Minorca Pen h. C.
S. C. Huff Orpington Cock John
F. G. Stokes, 1 and 2; Chas. Mc
S. C. Duff Orpington Hen John F
G. Stokes, 1 and 3; Chas. McWayuc,
S. C. Jluff Orpington Cockerel
John F. 0. Stokes, 2, 3, 4 nnd G.
8. C. Hurt Orpington Pullet John
F. Q. Stokes, 2, 3, 4 nnd !.
S. C. Illack Orpington Hen Chas.
McWayne, 1, 2 and 3. '
Spangled Orpington Cock Chas.
White Crested Ulack Polish Cock
J. A. Fcrnandcs.
White Crested Ulack Polish Hen
J. A. Fernandcs1.
Whlto Crested Ulack Polish Pen
silver apungicu uainuurg i;ock
Vernon C. Tcnhey, 2.
Silver Spangled Hamburg Hen
Vernon C. Tcnncy, 1 nnd 2.
Silver Spangled Hamburg Pen
Mrs. II. J efts.
Cornish Indian, Game Cock John
Markham, 1 and 2,
Cornish Indian Game Hen John
Murkham, 1 and 2.
Cornish Indian Gnmo Cockerel
John Markham, 1 and 4; St. C. Say-
res, 2; W. C. King. 3.
Cornish Indian Gnmo Pullot W
C. King, 1 nnd 2.
Whlto Indian Gnmo Pen L. C.
Illack Sumatra Game Hen John
Cullcn, 1, 2 und 3. .
Illack Sumatra Game Cockerel
John Cullcn, 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Illack Sumatra Game Pullet
John Cullcn, J, 2, 3 and 4.
Japanese Gamo Hen John Mark
ham. Japanese Gamo Cockcrol Mrs. Mc
naugh, 1 and 5; John Markham, 2;
Maklno, 3; Jus. II, Cummlngs, 4,
JupnncBo Gamo Pullet James II.
Cummlngs, 1; Manuel Camara, 2 and
3; John Markham, 4 and G,
Japancso Shamo Gamo Cock II.
Old English Mottlcd-Urcasted
Gamo Cock II, Joffs.
Red Cuban Gamo Hen F. W.
Itcd Cuban Gamo Cockcrol F. W,
Australian Gnmo Cockcrol F. W.
Silkies Cpckerol Philip C. Wong.
Frizzles Cock W. W. Wright.
Frizzles Hens W. W. Wright, 1
White llantam Hens C. F. Hci
rick, Jr., I nnd 2. "
Colored Muscovy Drake D. P. It.
Coloroil Muscovy Duck Frank
Whlto Pokln Drake D. P. II. Isen
White Pekln Duck D. P. It. Isen
berg, 1 and 2.
Colored Pouter Cock Harold P.
AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS WEEK DAYS,
MOTOR TO ADDRESS
CLUB'S DANCE PROMISES TO BE
Fine Program Is Planned By Athletic
Unionization in Celebration of Orien
tal New Year Affair Will Take
Place on the 23d
Hon. J. J. Fern has consented to
deliver the nnnunl address to the
members of the Chinese Aloha Club
at the IC. of P. Hall on tho 23d of
this month. Ills Honor Is a very
prominent fan nnd hns always shown
much Interest In tho different base
ball organizations here, ho being at
present tho president of tho Knlanl-
ntiaole League and also connected
with tho Anla A. C.
Tho musical part ot the program
will Include selections by tho Henry
Knlllmal Glco Club, the Knlaluhl
twins, Misses Mary nnd Elizabeth LI,
the two pretty little daughters of Dr.
and Mrs. K. F. LI, Ernest Knal's Glco
Club, and Johnny Noble. Others will
nlto nsslst to make this part of tho
evening's entertainment a success.
Following the concern, tho danco
will tako place. Knal's Glco Club
Is to furnish the music and A. K.
VIcrra will officiate as floor manager,
Whlto Pouter Cock Harold P.
White Pouter Hen Harold P. Hus
Whlto Pouter Pair J. II. Craig.
Illack Fantall Pair J. II. Craig.
Ilronzo Fantall Cock Harold P.
Cup offered for best collection In
Amcricnn class Won by C. Montaguo
Same, In Mediterranean class
Won by Mrs. S. I. Shaw.
Bamc, In English class Won by
JohnvF. a. Stokes.
Cup offered to oxhlbltor showing
largest number ot birds In poultry
classes, scoring ninoty points or over
Won by John Cullcn.
Highest score 4n Hawaiian bred
bird in show Mrs. 8. I. Shaw.
Ucst pen In American class J. J.
Sumo, Mediterranean class Mrs,
8. I. Shavr.
Same, game class L. C. Abies.
Hest conditioned bird Dr. C. II.
Uest shaped male In show H.
Hest shaped hen In show L. C.
Hest partl-colored male bird In
Hhow F. C. Athcrton.
Hest partl-colored hen In show F.
Hest solid-colored male bird In
show J. J. Greene.
Hest solid-colored hen -In show
Walter E. Wall.
Whlto llarb Pair J. H. Craig.
Hlack Harb Pair J. H. Craig.
Ulack English Carrier Pair W.
Ilrown Jacobin Pair J. II. Craig.
Yellow Jacobin Pair W. W.
Hunts John Cullcn, 1 nnd 3.
Hlack Hunt Pair W. W. Wright,
Hluo Hunt Pair J, H. Craig.
Dark Illuo Ilunt Cock W. W.
Light Hluo Ilunt Cockcrol W. W.
Silver Ilunt Pair J. II. Craig,
1 and 2.
Light Ilronzo Itunt Pair W. W.
Ulack Homer Pair J. II. Craig.
Whlto Ilurmcso Pair L. C.
Abies, I j J, H. Craig, 2.
Archangel Pair W. W. Wright.
Carnenux Pair A, N. Campbell, 1
Special Prizes ,
Thol following special vprlica were,
awarded: , , i
Grand prlzb medal,- offered by tho
American Poultry Association for
beBt bird in American "class Won by
C. II. High.
Samo, ,ln Asiatic class Won by
Manuel Camara. '
Same, In Mediterranean class
Won by J. J, Greene. k'-
I Opposition developing Ip Washing'
ton against Hutch Hetchy water pro
GIVEN BY THE
Hewaiian Poultry Ass'n
National Guard Shooting
JANUARY 16, 10, 1909.
ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 10c.
January loth, '09
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL
There will be absolutely no ex
pense for talent or for the hall. Ev
ery cent will go to the fund.
Reserved scats at Bergstrom's.
Exchange tickets being told by at
50c, $1, and $1.50
EMPLOYEES of the
Honolulu Gas Co.,
Ltd., have badges
hich they must show
when requested. :: ::
Customers, real or
prospective, are cau
tioned against allow
ing persons to enter
premises under the
pretext of inspecting
the meter unless they
show badge or other
credentials. :: ;: ;;
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Is of proven value. Sixty ydars
is a pretty good test. No acid,
no grit. Imparts, a sensation so
exquisite !and lasting. It cleans
the teeth and exhilarates the mouth.
Prevents the accumulation of tar
tar. Try Sozodont. In patent
Benson. Smith & Co., Agents
Hi: IT IlESOLVED that all tho
acts and proceedings dono or hnd by
tho Hoard of Supervisors ot tho City
nnd County ot Honolulu, at the meet
ings of said Hoard ot Supervisors,
held on Monday, the 4 th day ot Jan
uary, 1909, on Tuesday, tho Gth da
of Jnnunry, 1909, on Wednesday, tho
Gth day of January, 1909, and on
Thursday, tho 7th day of January.
1909, be and tho samo aro hcrcb
adopted, ratified, and confirmed.
Dated this 11th day of January,
WM. A. KANH.
Tho foregoing Resolution wns, nt
a Special Meeting ot tho Hoard ot
Supervisors of tho City and County
nt Honolulu, held on Monday, Janu
ary 11, 1909, passed to print on tho
following Note ot the said lloaid of
Ajcs: Ahla, Aylctt, Knne, IOgiui,
Qiilnn. Total G.
Noes: McClcllan. Total 1.
Absent and not voting: Cox. To
IIOAHD OF SUPIJIIVIROIIS OF TIIH
CITY AND COUNTY OF HO
NOLULU. Ily D. KALAUOKALANI Jit.,
Clerk, City anil County of Honolulu.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS,
NUUANU VALLEY, H0N0LU
On Wednesday, February lOtli,
1909, at 12 o'clock noon nt tho front
entrance ot tho Capitol (Executive
Hulldlng) will ho Bold nt Public Auc
tion, the Government Lots N'os. 10
nnd 11 of tho Nuunnu Vnllcy Lots,
Honolulu, Island and County ot O.i
hu, said Lots containing an area re
spectively as follows: Ixit No. 10,
37,100 Squaro Feet; Lot No. 11, 15,
910 Squaro Feet.
Upfct prlco, J7fi0.00 per aero.
Terms Cash, United States Gold
Kxpcnso of Patent Grant and
Stamp to bo paid by tho purchaser.
Map and description ot tho samo
tan bo scon nt tho office of tho Su
perintendent of Public Works, Hono
Superintendent of Public Work.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, January 9th, 1909,
LADIES FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
piPRnNS rr.fmrPTji! nmv.
n i . w-im, a-w .jw, v--
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices,
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
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The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
en and Fruits, at
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Hotel St., bet. Bethel and Nuuanu.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
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Ulank books of all torts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Hullotln
23SjT""For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
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