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SVCNtKO nULLETIK, IfONOLUI.tT, T. IT., THtTKflDAY. OCT." 28, 1009."
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, SERIAL NO. G7C8-A. rTOMftTI
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HOLIDAYS BEGIN EARLY IN HAWAII-FOR THC MERCHANT WHO KNOWS.
Tlie illstiinro of those Manls from the Mainland mailo It Ini; crallvo to purchase Christmas
Sifts rr mentis In Kurop'. tin- Oitcut und the Unltcil States lout; In advance of ChrlUmns day.
l03t ClulLtin.in (lifts aro luxuries mid everyono knows It tnkos- longer to sell luxuries than
TIio merchant who npini clatcp Ihcro slatemoits Tor what thoy nrc facie will beirln bit
l'i09 Iloll'lar -edvcrtlslng NOW. IIu known that Ii can toll his gcods t':-piigli nilMTtlcemonts
and that ".SOW" la not ton l-arly to begin,
Tho infrrhaut whn "knewn" will ii!r.co consplcunin ndvortUemcr In the Evening
Hullo tin, because ho also "known" that ninety nor cent of tliu i:.. Ish reading public of
Huwnll rwad thp II ill In tin.
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WASHTENAW WAS '
a'l C n, PwniV- I otro
IrolllCuT Cll trull LByS
' Its Door.
Honolulu yachtsmen and tho owners
of other small plensiii'o craft wcro not
very complimentary In their reference.!
to Captain ftrahani. tho skipper of tin
Amcilcnn Btoanbr Washtenaw, 'ihb
Thu oil tanker nrrlvq.1 hero on last
Sunday and to her doora Is laid the io
lespowiblHiy for tho Fcum of oil that
has covered n largo nrca of the harbor
for tuvcrul days past, causing much
constel nation and wou among tho poa
rcssois of small Icmmrii boats,
Tho Washtenaw Uought n bin ship
ment of crudo oil for tho Union Oil
Company und the vessel wns plven a
pinmpt dispatch. Some ot tho local
' jnchtsmen now wish that they hud
been equally diligent In making thu
discovery that thosklpierof the Wash
tenaw was rclluvliiR his ship ot u
ipianiiiy ot nuny waier win o u u vo.
Lot tt.iki v.it wltlili, tlm litiilim linmu
A sto.uly hlicam of oily bllgo and
refuso Is said to havo Issued from the
oil ftelghter as rho mHjesllcally
i.teanier out tho harbor and tluough
the chanued to tho open. sea.
Tho vessel letL port on Monday
morning and following her ilcpartuio :y
Fouth wind sprang up and or courso
drovo tho oil rcfiiio back into the liar
bor. Much il image has bcei dnuo to tho
generul npicaranco of practically all
whllo painted craft. Tho owners of
Iho "whlto writ's" will bo compelled
to go to conslder.iblo epenso 111 obllt
eiatlng tho dccoralho work produca.l
by tho Washtenaw icfiise.
Over nt tho oil wharf Mm dock Is
the brewery in St. Louis. American Brmwmry, St. Leula, U.S.A.
Order From W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Fall to swim in crudo oil, a portion of
v.hlch finds Its way to tho waters of
I no harbor. Had tlio wind been blow
ing In an opposite direction tho first
of the week the ncuin which has caused
the iilllklu would havo been washed out
Captain Graham may be tho recip
l'i - 'm ot " war'" reception at the hands
.of Hiinululiryachtbinon should he ninko
ient of n warm ruccptloii at the hands
nniither visit Id this port. IIu may
! rlio bo called upon for a rather nn-
II lo-.m.int jialf hour with tho port offl
rials beennso or his violation of tho
RAILROAD CO. IS
Klcctrlu llchts uio belnn Installed
In the cars of the O. It. & U Co., and
within n bhort time the present sys
tem of Dlntd lamps will he nbollshcd.
Tho system Is being brought tip
to date In every way, und all tho
new. Ideas about railroading aro h:
iug Introduced. The lompany Is ex
tending Its lino out Wnlalun way,
and nt present the engineers are
Inuy building n big bridge across
tho gulch near tho Wahlawa dam.
This bridge will be tho highest In
these Islands and Its deck will bo
130 feet nbovo tho creek bed. Tho
I)r,,,B0 , 150 feet long and Is being
elected under tho supervision of (lor.
lit Hughes, who 13 pushing ahead
with tho work rapidly.
Ilto Ccclllan Co. havo tlovclopod
fcomeihlng new In player pianos. Hert
ttforo automatic planoj used only CS
notes I'l tho center of tho keyboard.
'Iho Cecillan 1 loya ni music as It Is
v rliten. iwlrg the whrlo keyboard, Tho
Thayer I'iano Co lno three of theso
beautiful 1 lan-s In tloek. They aro
fold o man- frm .
1 f-t", giilionai roomo 25(J busi
ness offlct. Thete'ari) the telephone
A microscop: affords amusement which is instructive.
In the hands of adults or youths the microscope develops
a broad interest in nature and coltivates valuable habits of
Wc carry the best and complete equipment, such as
nccetsnry apparatus for making "mounts," pocket magni
fyinfj glass, dissecting set, glass slides, etc. We invite
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fully matured and GUARANTEED. None so Wholesome, Rich in Body,
Delicious in Flavor. Brewed of the finest Hops and Malt, and bottled onlv at
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lfugo cinwds of bargain hunlers
fctlll fill the Knth Company's btoro and
the nine clerks have a'l they can do
to supply the wuntB of tho customers.
Each of tho clerks Is decorated with
n lei In order to distinguish thejn from
the publl. ncsldcs the big gathering
Instdo tho More a couple of hundred
would-be T'itrons aro standing outsldo
on the stdnwalk.
Qulto n number of r.wor biiyets
mnniigeil to get Into tho stnio by
climbing through the window of 11 n
adjoining building and then wnlklui;
along tho roof or tho Kh Ci.'s er
nnda to another "in", in', thioiuli
which they gained adr.t'.Uaiic t.i tho
The door' Is opened at stated Inter
vals and then there Is n rush of those
In lino to get Into tho store. It Is n
good-uatured crowd and very patient
nnd eventually all get Inside and havo
n chanco nt tho bargains.
- IT DID NOT PAY. .
"Son," called the farmer as tho
nionu of iggs nnd Iniiifcaino up
thrpugh the trap door, "who don't
J on get up?"
"What's the use?" yawned tho
eollcgo boy as he turned ovor for an
other nap. "Don't bellove In early
"Don't, ch? Well, how about tho
"Oh, that's n chestnut. Tho e.uly
bird caught the early worm, and
the early cat cuught the bird, and
tho early dog caught tho cat, nnd
the early dog catcher caught the
dog. So thero ou are. What's tho
uso of getting up curly? It doesn't
WI1911 in n hammock with a girl,
Watch what you ore about;
Tho chances nro jouil fall lu lovo
Or cite ou will fall out.
DEPUTY IF KM!
"Craft" Receipts Found
By Afforfso Subject
To New Light
(Special to 11(0 II 11 1 1 e t fn .)
Illl.O, Oct. 2fi. Deputy ShcrltT
Keknula of Kmi Is much wroth nt
License inspector Affonso on account
of the report which ho made alleging 1
that tho police of that district hnit
been grafting In tho matter of (ho
I license fee collections. He has given
vent tn his feelings In n letter to
Editor David Ewullka or tho Matu
malniiin, which will appear In Hint
paper this week, Mr. Ewallko has
Mildly furnished tho Tribune with u
translation of this communication,
THE GUN EXPLODED WITHOUT
HITTINH A Hlltl).
To tho Editor of thuiMiilamalamn:
Thiuiigh tho columns of the Illlo
Tribune or Oct. 12, 19U9, was pub
lished the statimcnt or the License
inspector or tho County of Hawaii In
regard to the collection of licenses
in und for the district of Kim by tho
police olllcers of said district. .
' On tho 2Uth day of September,
1903, I went ovor tn Tabula with
'Judgo W. II. Hnyselden to hold court
there, nud while I was there I met
S ,K. I'un nnd O. I'. AlTunso (license
Inspector), I was intioduced to Af-
fon-o by S. K. Tti.i. There
nothing snld between us In reguid to
licenses until I left I'ahala, and I
nvcer met. AfTonro since then.
It Is true that tho pojlco officers or
tho dlitrlct gavo iciclpts for what
money Ihey hao recelveii, und I did
It also. Thero was no payment mado
to me without a iccelpt being given
for the same, and tome or these re
celpts ato In tho hands or tho llcenso
inspector, with which ho made his.
report to tho Hoard or Supervisors or
the County or Hawaii. All the
moneys collected were turned ovor
to the Treasurer ot the County of
Tho llcenso Inspector spent thrco
dnys in tho dliltlct of Kauj ho even
cjiiio as far as Wiilohlnu during this I
time, but I did not know or his
pieeeiice. and I was willing to help
him In his work. My homo Is lu
Wnlohlnu, and It Is only a row feet
from the government mad, yet tho
llceiuo Inspector did not try to sco
1110 pet mining to the collodions or
licenses, although ho well knew that
ho had souio of the receipts In hit
possession, an I It wns proper to con
sult with tho pollto lu regard to this
iiiuccci. nut instead of consultlne:
1110 or my police ofllcers about the II-
cento money, ho went to far ns to
publish this whole story In tho now-
As u matter of fact, the money was
still In the hands of tho Knu taller,
which he did not know, I do not
bellovo ho oven asked tho treasurer
nboiit this money.
I ndnilt that It Is truii that n mini-
her of receipts imVo been ghen out
Io those Hiking out licenses for 1908
unii mien 1110 licensers aro Issued to
them, the common tecclptu will bo
lul.ru back from them, some or
which havo been returned, whllo
others uro Mill outstanding, ns tho
holdeiB or such receipts nro out
In closing up. I wl.li to stnto be
foro the public that there was no
money collected by the police ofllcor's
ror tho district or Knu wlthuut tho
same being turned over to Iho treas
urer ot tho County or Hawaii. Theso
people havo icrelvcd Ihelr licenses,
.1. K. KEKAULA,
Deputy Sheilff, Knu.
Tom Thoy Bay Fred's flnnco Is nn
unusually homely girl.
JackThat's what Bho Is. Why.
she onco posi'd for a plctuie on a
FOR WHOOPING COUCH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vtporltrd Cratclan .low K p.iri
Nt'buvfMBt Cwilh. I wdiridtd Cioip c.n.f
liri bri Cioabn liu.nl. Il cli iTiiKllr
ea hom .! Ihtt.l. ft..kiaf btMthiaf tut ta Iha
c- U cnl.1.1 ihaSm Um ot ihiMt and itcfn tht
cokh. Il If boon to luf.rcn ftoo Astkin.
Cra.nl. ns It T.ow.i'vl faia!cl(W.( acliaf told
Htcl auva aa'l ptvnh.a In cnUuua ttitrur,
C'col.rta'a U.I itieBiiMo&liMi U il Ihnlr
y.ll M IbCCtMluI N.
r.r Salt Vr all Dra:(Wt
Thraal Tabl.lr. iiiii
aid awtwnc tin tha li
Itlad thfoal 10c.
V Vua CrmliM Cm.
IM Fallaa 3IM.I,
KfW Tatk Cy,.
A big company or vaudoUllo plajors
to nppeur In llonolmi has lnir; been
tho hopn or Joe Cohen of Iho Orpheuni,
Now ho has arranged n combination
of two vaudeville companies that havo
ipieared In Honolulu Into one com
pany, und hl with seems nlmost real
Ired. Tho combined companies that
will open with n big vaudeville show
at tho Orpheuni tonight aro the Arm
strong und Verne and Wlte and Mil
ton companies. Tho first named gave
threo highly entertaining shows In thu
Opera. House lust week and the Wlso
-mil Milton company 11 known all over
the Islands as they nipearcd for. 11
considerable lime hero lu Honolulu
nnd recently they completed n biic
tessful tour ot the other Islands.
Cohen primitives that thu bill for the
Initial performances of this big com
pany will consist of nt least i.l van-
tU'lll t"rn', Tho '"n"-'1'1 "' w'
alternate with some fine picture).
Thu huge biirprtso though of this
now move lu vuudcvlllo performances
for Honolulu Is In the fact o( Orphuuu
prices. In contrast tho pricrx are us
una. I na the combine I companies aro
large. Iho prices ate five, ten an J
CN'COUGH AT OPERA HOU8E.
Ilcnguiigh Is to bo seen at Iho Oparn
llouso next week. Ho Is nn at list who
won fame tovcr.il years ago when he
(ontudled "drip," a weekly paper In
Cilia lu 'that was a great political fac
tor. Tho paper was 11 child of Iho
brain of tho great llcngn.igli nu.l his
wink ()) It mailo and unmade c311.ll
dates. Ills ciiceess wns Immediate
and Ins famu extended across tho hens
and to the country south or the loin
i.eirrii' Kor unnm venr Il..iii?nii. 1
has been traveling mound tho world
giving lectin es and making lllustra-
tions. Ho Is a singer or nolp, gool
,stoiy teller nnd 1111 all round ontor-
lilner. lie la to nppoar at Iho 0ora
HoiiEefundcr tho -management of W.
U- Adjms ami the people hem will
',BV" " c'mncu '" B roal cartoonist
"f thu Nasi htaudiird at work beforo
"lulr 'CB- ,)a, "r "10 ori'iilng of iho
l'"!t '''"" "' "IU lorsstrom music store
"' l'0 ll,inn"ncPl ' '"' r two.
AT THE DONINE.
l.ocrs of lino plctuios hnvo begun
Io irallzo tho cljts of plcluiis shown
at the Iloulnc. The iiitorusi it evi
dent lu Increased patronage, Tho pic
tures shown this week uro 1:1 part of
local Bulling scenes. So real nio they
that the viewer would almost helluva
ho was sitting 011 Wnlklkl beach If It
was not for tho luxurious sealing con
veniences of the Ilonlne. lloildes the
local plctuiC3 shown thero Is n comedy
plctmo of 1111 npo nud a child ihut cio-
ules niany n laiigh. The plctu.u shows
a monkey Imitating n child and Is as
funny ror grown-ups as for tho chll
then. The pictures can he seen to
night, ns tho Hotline Is open Thursday
Try sumo or tho Vienna nukery's
Iloston b'lwn bread and Koslnn baked
beans. Will bo dullveiod to residences
upon telephone order. Call up 197,
Is W. P. Fuller &
Co 's PURE PRE
Some pnints may
cost from S to 10
per cent less, but
arour.d the next
paint bill 50 per
177 S. King St.
01' ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
iwn Strct tt :: ITonolnlo
Espert in Mnson and Concrde Work.
Garden Ornamental Lanterns on
hand, ready for delivery. School
street near the bridge.
At AU Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
'or. FORT and KINO Sti.. HokMhU
GOOD MEALS FOR 23 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come 'jack.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
941 NUUANU ST
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR.
Young Bide Tel. 339.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
AMERICAN URV OOODS
rORT and OUFF. - 8TS
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
TKEO H, DAVIES & CO.. AGENTS.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
THE ARTS AND CRAFT SHOP.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52.
The Bulletin PnblUhinf Co.,
Ltd., is tnt fur the best engnrlag
and lithographing oomnany on
the Pacific Coast and ii pnpaMd
to give estimates on high-tirade
printing ot every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Enirr&ved Cards.
Announcements, and '
invitations, in the best ot form
'or smart rnnorioni
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
it tho Bulletin office for five centi,
it one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
Notice Is henby given that under
nnd in piiisiiniire of nil order Issued
out of the Cirrtill Court of (he l-'lrst
Circuit. Ten limy of Hawaii, In tho
catatf or Wn'ler Chamberlain pea
cock, deceased, the undersigned ns
Administrator with the Will annex
ed of tho Estate of the talil Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, deceased. Is
authorized tn and will sell nt public
auction, through J. I'. Morgan, auc
tioneer, tn the highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, thn 20th day ot
.November, 1909, nt 12 o'clock noon
of that day, nt tho fiont door ot the
Judiciary llulhllng, in the city ot
Honolulu, nil the light, title and in
terest of the snld Walter Chamber
lain peacock, deceased, of, In nud
to nil the fiilluwing pioprrty:
l'list. All that certain piece or
parcel of land situate on lllshop
street, between King und Merchant
streets, In the city of Honolulu. Ter
iltory of Hawaii, and mure' particu
larly descilbed lis follows. Ucgln
nlug at a point on the luuthenst
side of lllshop street, said point be
ing 2112' nil' 40. Oil feet northeast ot
Iho ens corner of "Merchant ami
lllshop stieets, the coordinates ot
this corner fioni a street monument
whMi maks the Intersection of -i
10-foot ollstt In the street trom tho
northwest lluu'iif AlnKcu stlect and
nn S-foot offset In tho street ficim
the southwest lino of Merchant
street being 21.1.0 feet north nnd
19T." reet west, nud running by
(1) SOS" 110' Sr..S0 feet;.
(2) 229' (ill' 7.1.7r. feet;
(3) 111" 45' 77.7.-. reel;
H) i2" 110' 1)2.22 toot nlniig
' lllshop street to the Initial
Area 0,7 in square feet.
Second. Alt Hint certain piece or
parcel of land situate on the cast
corner ot Nnuaiiu nnd Merchant
streets, In snld Honolulu, und det
scribed us follows: Commencing nt
the east corner ot Ntiunnii and Mer
chant streets, nud tunning:
(1) N, 00" 47' E. true CS.S reet
along Nuiiauii street;
(2) S. 2ri Cll' E. true OH feet
(3) S. C5" 40' W. true CS feet
along J. T. Wnterhouso'a
(4) N. 28 10' W. true 03.7 reet
along Merchant street to
Aua 4.72S sipiarc teel.
'1 bird. All that piece or parcel
or laud situate on the maknl tide ot
Queen street, mukal or the Judiciary
Ilullding, In oald .ilunolulu, being
the same premises described In that
certain deed made by C, A. Peacock
to W. C. Peacock dated September
30, 1892, and of record iu Llbcr
135 on pages 180-182, nud mora
particularly dcs:iilicd us, follows:
lleginutng ut tho east corner of this
lot and on thu -makiii side ot Qeeu
street, the coordinate.) of said point
of beginning referred to Govern
ment Survey Trig. Station "Punch
bowl" being 2,74fc.S feet south
und 3792.2 feet wcJt, and the
true nilmiith uud distance from a
Government Suney ttrect monu
ment nt the Intersection of Queen
nnd Punchbowl streets, being 239"
fill' 233.2 feet, thence running by
(1) 68 3.V 113.9 feet ulotiB
land or J. llutltlcy;
(2) 148 D&' C5.4 feet along
fence ulong land owned by
Caslle & Cooke, Ltd.
(3) 2IC 2ft' 105.0 feet nlong
L. C. A. 214 to Munulkl;
(4) 321" 15' Cl.'l feet along mn-
kal side ut Quern street to
liolnt or beginning.
Area C.220 mi u arc feet.
Fourth. All tho right, titlo anil
iipret (,r snld Wnlter Cliumber-
laln Peacock In and to four hundred
..iiu M-vi'iity-llvc ( 175) shares of the
capltiil slock or W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Limited, un Hawaiian corporation,
evidenced by Certificates Nos. 53, Ti
and 87, for 5U, 300 nnd 125 shales
Deeds at tho expense of purchaser,
nud salu subject to confirmation by
Iho Circuit Court of tho Elrst Cir
cuit, or tho Territory of Hawaii.
for further particulars apply to
the undersigned, ,
Dated, Honolulu, October 27th,
Administrator With the
Will Annexed of tho
Estate or Walter
44.'i2 Oct. 28. 29, 30; Nov, 1. 2, .7.
4. 5. 6, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15,
16. 17. IS, 19.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under .direction of
New Dances a Saecialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
ting St. Telephone Store 261.
CUT"'-'" "nt" cards on sal at
lh BuM.U, ttlc.
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