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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, IT.!). IS, 1003.
A crown of gloryr is a beautiful
head of hair. An Australian lady
Nt now' in London
data Jan. 28,
Superintendent of Sugar
t vJWBrs7!4sJk rJ
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tho Factory Honolulu Vlro lied
Co., 1250 Alnpal St. Telephoue
Xee Sing KcePlumbcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., tict. Hotel nntl Pnuahi.
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE PACIFIC
Servants' quarters. Stable, En
tire premises are in first-class order.
$30.00 a month.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
r ' NO. 924 BETHEL STREET.
, Sootliing Syrup
na l)tn ert (or oyer HIXTV
llMUti Or MIM.1UNH ot Mothers
i. wnn .penect succeu. it
IIH3 tho C1I1LD, 60FTENS
CURIIH WIND COUC una lathi
Sr uranlsM In every nut of the
world. Do sure and, k (or lit
l ,Vlnft:ow'A Hoothtnir Syrannnd tafcn
r .. .., -.'VT?.r;--: w
aK juau. a miu jottie.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 228.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. QARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
flueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 3T3.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Berctania St. Phone 315
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272. i
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
The latest and largest assortment
of ImnrLmadn unit TMllntpd lpflOlT
f, JflDostcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow-
if ,rs ana fruits, at
' ,WEED0N'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
i jplotel St., bet. Bethel nnd Nunanu.
AND OT1IK1I PIANOS.
THAYE1 PIANO CO.
158 HOTEL STREET.
For hbuse-help; phone White 2891,
Makikl General Employment Of.
llco. cor. Pensncolit anH Deretanla.
Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. mil
0 p. m. 224 Kmma 'Square.
Time Table. '
.. . ...
For Walanao. Wnlalua. Kahuku and
Wny Stations 9: 15 n. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill nnd Way
Stations 17:30 n. m., 9.'15 a. m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:1S p. m., 320 p. m.,
6:16 p. m., 19. go p. m., (11:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9; 15 a. m. and
8:15 p, m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walnlua and Walanne 8:3fl a. m.,
..6:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ew Mill
and rcnrl City $7:46 a. m., 8:36
a. m '10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:3l
p m., 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and 5:31 p. m.
t Ex. 8unday.
t Sunday Only.
The Hnlclwn Limited, n two-hour
train (only flrft-clnss tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu cery Sunday
nt 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives lit
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl CUy and Walanao
il P. HKNIRON. F. C. SMITH.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
Res. 1707 II
liha St. above
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Berctania, Alakca, and Union.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Ergs, Fresh Butter and Cheese,
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street MkrVet. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM. Minatcer.
Willi YiUgCilOllff Co,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY O00DS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
All kinds in rolls arid sheets.
AMERIOAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort id Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel, 410. George G. Guild. Qen. Mgr.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
185 editorial rooms 250 bul-
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
"KEEP PLANS MUM"
Details of ' Decoration
Do Not Interest
"If you have decided upon your plan
of decoration Tor your auto In tho Klor
nl Parade, don't try to tell It In Chair
nisn Jack Dowsed or any other mem
ber of tho Automobllu Committee
they might put their fingers In their
cars; or rise mil, hut one thing Is cer
tain, they would not listen tu you."
Thu committees don't want to know
anything about tho designs of the car
to be entered. The members say Unit
they hne troubles enough of their
on n. Kor instance, when ono lady
calls tirby iihono nnd says that sho Is
going to adopt such and such n design,
and wahts 10 know If miybody else has
had thu same Inspiration, tho Commit-
tco would Just as soon nut be able to
fcay. Such details as tho members of
the Committee hnvc been tumble to
avoid hearing they are keeping to
themselves, but In spite of this fact
some ot the decorators seem Inclined
to suspect them of "tulklng."
It Is romarknblo what pains nro be
ing taken by tho people who arc get
ting entries itndy, that their Ideas
shall not become known. It has been
responsible, Chairman Downed sn)s
for n hesitancy on the part nf sonic to
notify thu committee of their Intention
to take part In the parade. "We pos
itively don t want to know what any
one Intends to do with his car," de
clined Mr. Dowsett tills morning, "but
wo do wnnt people to let us know that
they are coming In, in order that we
may have a place for them In tho Cap
itol giounds uiul In tho line, nnd not
bo nil tangled up by a gerut rush of
unannounced entiles n tiny or two be
ftiro tho parade. It's going to be hard
enough under tho very best of clrcuni
btaucet to handle, without confusion
a parade of tho slio that wo will lutvo
this jear, and If peoplu would mil)
consider their own comfort ns well nt
ours, they would let us know at once
that they uro going to lake part. Am
It Is, though, we know enough about
preparations being made, to Insiiro Dili
year's parade being a record bleaker.
Chilli nmn Frank Alhcrltiu, of thn
committee, on schools, status that nov
el! schools nro ut" present making ar-l
raugeiiKiits to huu uutrlcH in thu pa
rade. Somo difficulty Is being exper
ienced, hotvovcr, in getting cars for all
who want Hi decorate. At first II
seemed that there would bo more ma
chines offered to the committee than
people found to decorate nnd enter,
but Just the reverse Is tine. Almost
ourylmdy who owns it machine Is
either going lo uso It himself, or elso
declines to lot anyone clhu use It, re-
gin dless of who tho pei-son or persons
may 'be. There aru still boiiio car
riages and other vehicles available,
which the committees may persuade
wnno of tho peisons looking for ma
chines to use.
The casts for tho Oahu College.
Dramatic Club plays, fb bo given Feb.
I nary 20th, will bo made up almost
entirely of those who have been fa
crltes In previous pioductioiis given
by tlfe Club.
In the curtnln-rnlsur, Miss Civiliza
tion, IMItlt Smith will play tho
pnrt of Allco Clnrdnor, In which SIlss
Ilnrrymoro was icccntly so success'
ful that of a quick wltted, cnntlvut.
lug American gill who contrives tho
capture ot tlnee professional butg
lars. Watson Ilallentyne will have full
fccnpo for his ability as a comedian 'Jn
tho pnrt of "Itcddy," u Howery
iiiuKo. mm uexioni itiiciicocic unit
Will Desha will appear In advantage.
.' tho three buigliiis. Alfred Young
will play the pnrt of Captain I.ucns,
a pollen ollicer.
In tho "Itnmancors," a pretty story
of love In n garden, by Edmund Hob
land, Reynold Mrdrew andOemlmu
Wudninn, as tho children who aspire
to 'bo Romeo and Juliet, have some
nry amusing lovo scenes, Rett (lib!)
nnd fluy Rothwcll nro oxtremely fun
ny ns tho Intriguing but no less in-
mantle fathers, nnd Hex ford Hitch
cock Is Irresistible ns tho adventur
ous swordsman, who arranges abduc
tions, death scenes, and engagements
with equal facility for n compensa
A cry pretty dance, a duel or two,
and i.onio music by the Olds' (lleo
Club enliven this TTTny
Another Interesting feature Is the
fact that the scenery Is being painted
lij students of thu Collcgo under tho
supervision of Mr. D. II. IlltclicocU,
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinin
Tablets, All druggists refund
thu money if it fails to euro.
E. W. Grove's signature H on
r-AIUS MWICi.NU CO,, St, Louli, u, s. a.,
las done my hair
world of good,
fc&ks to it, my hair
Is sow thick, glossy,
sod soft, and when
plaited is C5 Inches
long, Ayer's Hair Vigor
ought to bo tutil by
every woman who
takes pride in her
You also may havo
such a crown of
glory, if you will
follow tho ex
ample of this1 lady and uso
It will remove- all dandruff and
roako your hairvrich and abundant.
rnpuid t Df. ). C, Af.r 4 C., tt.ill, Mm.. U.S.A,
Next Era Will Bring
The next era will mnrU the most
wonderful advancement lit indention
that the world has over known or
hoped for. Ho vast will that ndwimc
be that wu can now -have scnrccl)
any conception ot Its scope, but ul
icndy n great many of tho liuuntioiij
of tho futiiic nro assured. It Is, only
of those which 1 regard as piat Ileal
certainties tjiat I speak here. s.ih
Thomas A. IMIson In thu Now York
"i'lrst Within tho next 20 or 30
jeais mill It will Blurt within tho
next two or tlnco concrcto architec
ture will take enormous strides for
ward; tho art of moulding coniicto
will be peifcctcd nnd, what Is equal
ly Important, cheapened; there, will
rise up it large number of gifted ar
chitects, and through their efforts
cities nnd towns will spring up In
this country beside which Turner's
plctuie ot undent Homo nnd Carth
age will pulo Into nothingness and
tho buildings of tho Columbian ex
position will nppear common. Itut
great expense will not attend this;
It will lie douo so that tho poor-will
bo ublo to enjoy houses more beauti
ful than tho ilch now aspire to, nnd
tho mail earning Jl.tiO a day, with
a family to support, will bo better
housed than the man of today who
la earning $10.
"Second' Mining plctuie machines
will be so perfected that tho charact
ers will not only move, but speak,
and all the nccessoiles and effects of
tho stage will ho faithfully produced
on tho living plcturo stage. This, of
course will not be done us well as
on the tegular stage, but Its stamlaid
will approach very near to that, nnd
tho fact that such entertainment' will
he furnished for five cents will draw
ast numbers of thu working classes.
Tho result will be that tho masses
will have the advantage, of the moral
of good drama, they will II ml an Inex
pensive nnd Impiovlug way of spend
ing mi menlug and tho reign of the
saloon will end.
"Thlid In pet haps '15 or 20 yoars
depending on tho llituiiclnl condi
tion of tho country tho lucomutlvo
will pass almost altogether nut of
use and all our main trunk railways
will bo opeiated by electricity,
"I'mirth A new fertilizer will
spring Into existence, containing u
large peicontago of nitrogen. This
will bo drawn fiom the air by elec
tricity, and will bo used to Increnso
the arahlllty of the land, liven now
this Is dune to a large extent In
"I'lfth All our wnter power will
be utilized by vluctilclty to tut oxtent
now almost tiuthought of, nnd will
be used with great advantage, both
Industrially nnd for rulltonds.
Sixth A successful aerial navi
gation will bu established perhaps
for mulls and will achieve n sound,
piattlcal woihlng basis,
"Seventh A now force In nntuie
of Konio soil or other will be dlscov
cted by which man) things not now
understood will be explained. Wo un
til tuu.ttely have only live senses; If
we luid eight wo'd Know more.
"Klghth Wo will realize the pos
sibilities ot our coal supplies better
nnd will leam how to utlllzo them
so that 00 per cent of tho elllcloncy
will not bo tin own away ns It is to
day. "r'lnally, let It be said, hardly nny
piece of machinery nliw iiianutnc
tuied is more than 10 por cent pcr
fec,t. As tho J earn go on this will bu
"f I V
Refinery ond Family
Crockett, I'cb. C The cottage
hemo of Superintendent Uno llnrt-
ninn of the Anierltnn-IInwallan sttgnr
refinery nt Crockett was dynamited at
3 o'clock this morning. Ilartmnn,
Ills wife nnd child, naitowly escaped
death. Tho dwelling was wrecked by
the explosion. Three men, Itwrcnce
Miirnvlch. Ocorgo Mnruvlch and Geo.
iliirtinovlch, weic nrrested and they
are III jail nt Mnrtlncz.
Lawrence Mnruvlch made n "ron
fetslon," accusing Ilnrnnovlch and
tJcoigo Mnruvlch with planning tho
outrnge Inst night In tho bnsejucnt
of n houso In CiocKctt occupied by
them. He says Hint Ilnrnnovlch nnd
tleorco Mnrnvlch carried out tho
I.uwicnce Mnrnvlch was first sus
pected of having been Implicated In
the dynamiting because ho applied
for a Job nt the rellnery yesterday
mid was told by Ilartmnn that thete,
was nothing for him to do, Mnrn
vlch Is said to have owed vengeance,
lie was pointed out by Ilartmnn this
morning to Deputy Sheriffs W, M.
Venlo iiml ('. II. Palmer. They fol
lowed Lawrence In the quarters oc
cupied by himself nnd several others
In the basement of a houso not far
frtiiu the refinery.
Deputies Chase Suspect.
Tho deputies quest lotted Lawrence,
who said that ho was at homo nil
night. As he said that ho was em
ployed nt the sugar iCflnery, which
was untiito, the deputies asked him
to go with them tip town.
Lawrence was permitted lo go to
the i ear of it saloon, and when he
did not return Vcalo and Palmer
went Into the Jtird and saw him
Miultlng n fence. The) pursued, but
Lawrence outdistanced them nnd
made his wit) to III ley's can) on. Pal
mer Kept after him, while Veale went
bark to Crockett to notify Constable
Jumes Crockett and secure reinforce'
incuts. Palmer In thu mcantlmo ob
tained a saddle horse and gained on
Several Shots Exchanged.
wiion vcnie, fox, rainier nun a
possu finally trtortook and surround
ed Lnwrcnco several shots wcj-o filed
before he was forced to surrender.
OH tho wny bade to Crockett ho snld
that he would take the deputies to
the men who dynamited llartmnn's
home. Up led thu oincers to his base,
ment quarters and pointed nut Until
licvlch and Oeorgo Marnvlch.
Ilnrnnovlch made an attempt to se
cure n roMilver. George Mnrnvlch in
fused to lay aside a razor with which
he was shaving, but they were both
knocked down nnd handcuffed.
Dynamite Fixed With String.
Lnwreneo Marnvlch said that Ilnru.
novlcli, who had been employed ut
Cement, brought (he sticks of dna-
lillte with him to Crockett and that
last night hu fixed ono of the sticks
so that it could bu exploded by pull
ing it string.
When it was ready Lnwreneo sa)s
that George Matavlch and Ilarnno
vlch went to Ilnrtinau's home anil the
explosion followed. Iiwrence Mnru
vlch sajs Hint he is not related to
Giorgu Marnvlch. They were all ein
lo)ed at the Biigar refinery, but were
discharged. When they sought rein
statement nnd wcro refused they be
came, disgruntled, It is said, and de
dal ed that they would "get even"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 11, 1909,
from 10:33 a, m. to 4 p. m.
I.nu Sou and hsh to k Mnlsumoto . .1)
Joseph S Mm llu by mlgco to W T
C McLennan et ill to Lnupihochou
Sugar Co I
Entered for Record Feb. 1, 1909,
from 9 a, m, to 10:30 a. m.
A LowIb Jr and wf lo Magglo V No-
I'nnny II Locknnod lo A I) Scroggy
I'lfty-IHo got eminent towusllo lots
wcro sold nt public auction by Land
Commissioner 1'i.iit. at Wulmc.i, Ha
waii. Mr Pintt icluiued from tho hie
Tblaud Saturd.i). He sa)s that hu
disposed of 55 of the 70 lots put up,
about is mine than hu expected to
soil. Tho in lees brought woro Just
oor the upset pi Ices ami tho settlers
evidently had otor) thing arranged ha
that each mini knew what lot hu was
In get, The pilces lauged from $55 to
1115. m, T4p
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liupimed upon tremendously; more
automatic machinery will bu devised
nnd articles of comfort and luxury
will bo pioduccil In enormous num
bers nt such small cost that all clas
ses, will bo ublo lo enjoy the lieiicllts
These mo some of thn Inventions
which thn woild Is awaiting whlrh
It Is sure of seeing teallzed. .lust
how thuy will bo realled Is what tho
luvcutois nic working now to determine.
Advertisement. Under this HeaJIng
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertltements Inserted for Less Than
Kxpcrlcnced lrn cling salesman for
wholesale dry goods house; refer
ences and state salary expected,
Addtess P O. llox 574. 4230-Gt
An assistant bookkeeper; )oung lady
jneferred; permanent position. Ad
dress "K. 11.," Ilullettn office.
Kverybody to make money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inqulro for plants,
llox 102 Llllue, Knunl. 4190-tt
Youth desires tuition on violin; stnto
terms. P. O. llox 71. 4231-St
Plnten pressman; steady work. Mer
cantile Printing Co. 422S-11
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Iletween Diamond Heart and Dlack
Point, leather enso with ono Ther
mos llottlc. Tinder lcavo at this
offlco and receive reward. ,
Ring, on King street. Apply
Mcllrldc, Governor's office.
HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Keklo Tract Uits 48 and 49 on Cart
wright Itoad 100x100.
Kalulant Tract Iits 15. lfi. 17. IS mid
19, lllock 6 cm Itoad I 230x11)0
Puupiico Tiact Lot on Mnuoa Hoad
nearly an ncro In size.
I.au Cheng Tract Lots 4u, 41, 42 and
43, SOU. ft oft King St., near
Kamehameha IV Itoad, -90 x
Kaplolanl Tract Uits 3, 4 and G, cm
Mole ilea St., thrcu blocks be
low King St., 100x150.
Wecdon Tract Iils 12 nnd 13 on King
St., near Baseball Tract, 100.x
Wylllo Street Improved lot, 100x208.
Wilder Avenue 130 ft. on Wilder Au.
10t ft. deep.
Niiuniiu Street Large lot Just off Nun-
aim abovu School
Maunnkea Street Walklkl Side, 23xC3.
Call and seo us before buying and
look over our list of iftopcitlcs for sale
In all parts of tho city.
House nnd lot, Knllhl Itoad, Kalu
lant Tract; 8 rooms and hath,
4 bpilrooms; chicken houses,
nnd Hum; largo lot, 200x250.
Itentnl, S1S.50 per mo.
$22.50 Per month, Duma St., above
Vineyard, 3 II. Il ti Itoom
Houso nml Ilath, Klectric
Lights, natural wood finish.
TO BUY FOR CASH
$1 0,000 Residence between Nuuanii
St. and Thomas Square and
below Vineyard St. nnd Lima
lllo St.; largo house; must
have seven bedrooms.
J 1,500 Itesltlcnro In
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
A. V. GEAR, Manager.
THEY ARE KEEN
Every One of Them.
J, M. LEVY
& C 0.
lllnnk hooks of all suits, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the DulleUu
Advertltements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertltements Inserted for Less Than
House nnd lot; house furnished or
unfurnished, 7 rooms, four closets,
electric lights and gas,, on main
car line; At a bargain. Address
"Lords," llulletln. 4159-tf
I'mnlly horse; good driver; afraid of
nothing. Apply 1049 Itcretanla.
I'lne pair of Imported geese,
t'ndcrwood, Telephono 775.
A good riding horse.
II.," llulletln office.
House, 10 rooms, 1923 Knlakaua
Ave., "Wallelkl", opposite car turn.
Hot-water Stove; Porcelain Hath
Tubs and llnslns; Clectrlc Klxttues
nnd cottage Included; $22.50 per
month. Apply "HOE," 1929 Knla
kaua ANcnuo, "Wnlklkl."
4 213 Jan. 20, 23, 2.1, 2S, 30;
Teh. 1, C, 9, 12, 13.
New and thoroughly furnished hotist
In Ma n o,i Is for rent for one or twt
ycain. Address "II.," llulletln of
Hall In Alakca building, ror. Alakca.
nud King; 40-35; In good condition;
well lighted. 4 229-1 w
furnished S-ruom cottnge; also houso
Keeping rooms. Inquire Cottngu
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 L'mma St.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity, French Ranges, sit
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Rnngc closets and scats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Flumbing.Estunatcs,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
What spot i these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimca Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery! City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimca Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
F. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W.Wright Go,
King Street near South
W. C. Peacock & Co., ltd1.,
Mr, and Mrs.
ING, arid other
444 KINQ 3T-
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattressu,
Etc., Lto. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
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