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BVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLtTLP, T. II.. MQNDA'y, SEPTEMBER 4, 1905.
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THE MOSQUITO QUESTION
AMERICAN DOOR CATCH!
YOU WILL FORGET ABOUT MOSQUITOES AND ZZS
flies. r2
PREVENTS DOOR WARPINQj SZ
KEEPS MOSQUITOES AND FLIES OUT! ZZm
STOPS RATTLING; -
ANY ONE CAN PUT THEM ON. J
A perfect catch for Screen Doors, Cupboard Doors, Tran- "
soma, Ac. Call and ee a working sample and you will want
on for your doors. ., ,,
FDR YOUR DOORS 3
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& O. HALL & SON, LTD.
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SOME STRAIGHT TALK
(Continued from Page 1.)
fMnklrw of running tor office Kct In
jjuil make stifigcstlons. I think tho
nut nlKm of the Chic Federation should
ite railed to the fact that we arc re-
t'JaUj; ihc party rules und will welcome
iUKP'tlons. I say this not because )'
urn m-i'-iirusiurni ui iuc iivic rouira,
tana, but with a view to giving them
no cause for a kick."
Kobcrtson "I think the sub-commit-l!i
should send a sneclat Invitation
so the Civic Federation to attend a
muatlns."
-rflinfina r lnl.1 n Tl.ttlnH. ..n.fA. I
..UfiHia . .VfU " UUIIV.IU .,.. IMI1 i
tine .other day that all good Hcpubll- Hughes "There should be three ro
cjsti. otneo holders and prospective of. ' quIsKcs a man should bo n good Ito-
aoe holders Included should offer ut
.jnMallnna "
uaiKBeslIons,
Clarke "Is It tho Idea to change ths
xuJ generally?"
ClURhcs "The Idea Is to go carefully
taronfih thorn from A to Z. There If
co particular hurry."
Jlobertson "There's no special hnr-
C7 There are some difficult matters
Xo handle In the fixing of the rules.
iVour tho Fourth District Committee Is
practically out of existence; it never
riedds a meeting; It has about gone out
it commission. Yet these rules do re
cjulnj some definite action beforo very
long. If you wait for recommenda
'flons, you may have to wait until
alonnisday."
"Hughes "Well, let people send la
Chtfc- suggestions or forever hold thcll .
peaw."
TtoVrtson "They won't do either.
S -btvU: thti other Islands. Kauai favon
Ooinx away with the district commit'
ran and having only tho County com
csnUtit;."
Tjaac "Couldn't the district commit
See inret and name candidates for both
tonnes nnd then adjourn slno die?"
Itohertson "You mean to' have lls
clitct conventions, hut nor district com,
sntUwsf .
u-ane ine more conventions w
wave tho more material we bring out
Clarke "Conventions strengthen th
Bany."
Lane "Let the County Commute
.run the campaign."
Ttcfbertson "There Is no sense In
60th committees existing."
Clarke "Hut on this Island there ar
two district committees, tho Fourffl and
JLhe- Fifth. If the district committees
tare abolished here, the Fifth District
twon't he In It; It will be swamped;
"all the cream will go to your side of
the house. You will cut us out on th
tvotes. Lorrln Andrews nppolnts Torn
IQlck and Harry and the devil to tbs
wxtcutlve committee of the Countj
ommUtee."
iBobertson "By the present system
tM representation the Fifth has a much
s-.nttt.ahow as tho Fourth.'
Tdftrlrci. :"Tha nc ...... .iKl...,..'tha nrlmnrffis '
n -your side. If It Is to go by delegates I
a.UoaU rarer doing nway with the dla-
'trlct committees on this Island. If w,
iad two counties here It would be dlf-
s. ferenC
-Lnne-Ibetter."
"Tho more suggestions the
2Iarkc 'JYou have tho representation
.find we haven't; divide the business
-eqnnlly and It will be nil right."
Jtohertson "I don't seo any objec
tion to" the representation being ac
cording to the Itcpubllcan voting
Wtrangth.
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Clarke "Wo have tho hardest bunch
contend with. In the Fourth tho
"Tutors don't change; In the Fifth a man
"may no a Hepubllcan today and nnv old .
I'lhtag'v tomorrow. Tho other day they
appointed n Fourth District man ns
arecpiT of Aala park, In the Fifth Dis
trict." Lane "Yes, thcro seems to bo qulto
SB kick about that."
Clorker-"The Fifth was simply ruled
aut What show has It?"
IMurray "The Aala park keeper op.
"tflledto the Board .pf Supervisors. Mil-
PEOPLE DIE
from neglect of the teeth. Causes which we are better able to
remedy than others; are not well enough understood by suffer,
ens for them to come here for relief. To avoid harm from de
caycd teeth, come In for F ee Examination.
F. L. FERGUSON.D. D. S.
The Expert Dentist,
215 HOTEL 8T
SOLVED, IF YOU USE THE -
vcrton didn't put In an application.
The Republican Supervisors ngrecd
they would not npprove applicants not
endorsed by Hie founty Commutes,
'They have not stood by their word."
j Hughes "It li up to the commlttco
to see that none but competent men
nro appointed and then to put them
through at all hazards. If I was on
tno committee and endorsed n comtio-
tent man and the committee was Ignor
ed, IM resign."
Lane "Men we have worked to elect
will take a man to employ him In their
department without any committee rec
ommendation. After they nre elected
they seem to do as they please
publican, ho should be competent and
. 1. -!..., . ... i i. ...... .. .
j ue suuuiu ue in uarinuny wun inc neau
01 me uepanmeni in wnicn He is to
he employed,
Iinc "There Is a man In the tax
olllce who was not recommended."
Fernandez "The Board of Supcrvls
ors appointed a man who did not make
application for endorsement to tha
County Committee."
Hughes "I'd nddrcss letters to tho
Supervisors and tho Tax Office and llnd
out why."
Clarke "The Tax Offlcc mnttcY Is
the only one wc have anything to do
with."
Fernandez "He supported the CIvl
Feds."
Clarke "Ho was fired out of one of
fice Oeorgc K. Low, Third I'reclncL
Ho said he was a Civic Fed.
Hughes "Did Turk take any part III
the campaign? '
Clarke "He was working for the
civic Feds."
Murray "Ho was going about boom
Ing Wm. Henry."
I Fernandez "Every man Henry
I Knows to have supported Brown he lets
out,"
' Lane "I don't see why Henry should
appoint the lunns In the Jail when they
are paid out of County funds. Let tho
Supervisors put a finger In tho pie.
They seem to be afraid to move one
way or the other. There nro turn-
keys at the Jail getting only ?7!i whlla
tno third turnkey Is getting $80."
Murray "Well, Henry had to give
mm nearly as much as he was rccclv
ing at tho police station."
Clarke "Billy Woods Is the first
white man who was over turnkey al
Oahu Jail."
Lauo "We will have a hard time In
the next campaign If things contlnm
this way. We will have a mixed Housi
and fights."
Hughea "The more we learn tin
closer we get together."
Murray "Walt till John is presldenl
of tho Civic Feda."
Lane "I should think the Clvlci
I would next tima put their fight In at
Clarke "Now,
don't give things
away."
Murray "Well, we had a pretty good
ticket. If we had Jim Qulnn on tha
Board of Supervisors there would b
something doing for the County Cow
mlttce. He's n good party man."
Lano "Qulnn'g got a good head."
Adjourned, tired of watting for
quorum.
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THE QUEEN
The various models of 1905
of the QUEEN automobile are
each marvels of perfection,
combining to the highest de
gree simplicity, reliability,
power and durability alt es
sential features In an automo.
bile.
SGHUMAN CARRIAGE GO.
Automobile Warehouse on
Merchant 8t. between Fort
and Alakea 8ts.
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SOMETIMES
Vino Vito !
KING OF INVIGORATORS
restores youthful strenath and vlg.
or. A delightful tonic, agreeable
to the taste; sure In action.
Try a bottle for that tired feel.
V )LE AGENT8,
101 TO 105 S. KING ST.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
NEW - TO-DAY
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
Co., J. F. COLBURN, Manager.
Clothes Clean and Pressed; called for
and delivered. Ladles' Woolen Skirts
a specialty. Alakea near King St. Ka
ptolanl Bldg.; Telephone Main 147.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
K. KULIHARA vs. SAKAI.
Under and by virtue of certain ex
ecution Issued out of tho District
Court of Koolaupoko, County of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, on tho' 29th day
of August, A. D. 1905, In tho matter of
iv. Kullhara vs. Sakal, defendant, I
have on this 30th day of August, A. D.
1905, levied upon, end shnll offer for
sale and sell at public auction, to tho
highest bidder, at the Court House in
Kancohc, In said District of Koolau
poko, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
the 30th day of September, A. D. 1905,
all the right, tltlo and interest of the
said Sakal, defendant, In and to tha fol
lowing described properties, unless
tho sum of Seventy-two Dollars ($72.
00), that being tho amount for which
said execution , Issued, together with
Interest, costs nnd my fco nnd ex
penses nro previously paid:
One mule, sorrel, Brnnd XS.
Flfty-ono bags of rice paddy.
Dated at Knncohe, Oahu. August
29th, A. D. 1905.
FKANK PAHIA.
Deputy Sheriff or Koolaupoko,
County of Oahu. 1
3109 Sept. 4, 11, 18.
BY AUTHORITY
NOTICE TO TAXPAYER8.
Tho Taxpayers arc hereby notified
that the" 'Property Taxes. for: 1905 aru
now duo and payable to tho Deputy
Assessors of tho several districts, at
the times and places mentioned In tjio
notices posted throughout tho dis
tricts. (Section 29 Act 51, Session
Laws 189C) and (Session Laws 1901,
Act 20, Sec. 10.)
If any rroperty or Income Tax shall
remain unpaid after tho lGth day of
November In nny year 10 of the
amount of such taxes shall bo added
by the Assessor to tho amount of such
taxes at said date, and shall become
and bo collected as part of such
taxes.
AH Property and Incomo Taxes not
paid by Novombcr 15th will bo dclln
luent. The Dellnquet List will be published
after December 1st, 1905.
JAMES L. HOLT,
Assessor 1st Taxation Division,
Island of Oahu.
31G9-3t
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
W. Hlral Builder and Contractor and
Employment Office. Phono Main
161. Dcrctanla between Smith and
Maunakca streets, ,
WARM'S NEW CHURCH
Wnlluku, Sept. 2. Walluku will In
the course ot n month he tho proud
possessor ot another English church.
Itov, Dr. Dodge of Warren, Mass.,
nas tueen seni. pui vy inp i(oani 01
Missions and acting up'def'thq Hawnl
Ian Board will reopen tho old forelue
church on Hlght street.
Dr. Warren paid Walluku a prelimi
nary visit, last week, being tho guest
of Manager O. D. Wells who will he
active In tha opening ot the church.
Evening services only will bo bold
nnd tho 'Church will be' conducted on
tho same lilies' as tho Central Unlou
of Honolulu, being open to persons of
nil creeds wbo dcslro to participate ll
the service.
a
MAUI TENNIS. '
Walluku, Sept. 2. The last match ol
the men's 'Singles tournament at Puu
nen was played Tuesday evening with
George Henderson a winner, Tin
score ot the games from lact. Wedncs
day to date are as follows:
Second Round Thompson and Wil
liams, 6-3, C-0. 'Henderson and Ault
0-5, 6-4, NlckeUon and Lougher, 6-3
6-5.
Finals Henderson and Thomson
6-3, 6-4. Henderson and Nlckelscn, 0-1
6-1.
TWMpCo,
SHIPPINi INTELLIGENCE
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New moon Aug-. 30th, at 2:42 a. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Tim la lob. Sum
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. The
time' whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
Is the same as Qreenwlsh. Oh Om.
ARRIVED.
. Friday, September 1.
Stmr, l.lkcllkc, Knopala, from Maul,
Moloknl nnd Lanal ports, 4:4S p. m.
Saturday, Saptcmbcr 2.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, from Hllo
and way ports, 9:52 n. m.
Sunday, September I.
Schr. Chas. Levi Woodbury, Harrlc,
from Laysan Island, 7:30 n. m.
Stmr. W. Q. Hall, S. Thompson, front
Kauai ports, 5 a. m.
A.-H. 8. S. Ncvadnn, droene, from
San Francisco, 12 m.
Stmr. N'llhmi, W. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, G a. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pedcrson, from Hona
kaa and Kukulkaole, 1:15 p. m.
PA8SEN0ERS ARRIVED.
Per smr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports, Sept. 3. Mrs. H. II. Smith,
Mrs. B. Fountain, Mrs. J. H". Cum
mlng, Mrs. Du Itol, Mrs. Turner, Mr?
and Mrs. A. Moore.-MIss A. Fountain,
Miss Eva Fountain, Miss M. Mundon,
Miss L. Mundon, Miss A. Mundon,
Miss E. M. Waterhouse, Miss Lorna
laukca. Miss M. Orote, Miss M. Ellin,
Miss W. Tcnnoy, Mrs. H. O. N'oonan,
Miss A. Thronas. Miss W. P. Do SIN
va, Miss Cummtngs, Miss Daisy Shel
don, Miss A. Sorenson, Miss Camcrou,
Miss J. L. Wlnnc, Miss O. a. Sllvu.
Miss M. K. Sakuma, Judgo Lindsay.
Chas. Smyth, J. Smyth, Herbert Mun
don, V. Ellis. A. Qrotc. Mrs. B. D.
Tenncy, Master II. Tenney, Father Ad.
clbcrt, A. McBryde. II. Q. nnmsay,
M. Ferrclra John Ball. II. W. Mist,
C. P. Ah Chuck, Paul Kablbnum, E.
E. Paxton, J. B. i'ernnndez, L. Saku
ma, A. K. Hanchctt, C. Blake, K.
Blako, Si Blake, Ah Kim, llev. Nobis
and C7 deck.
Per stmr. Nllhau, from Anahola,
Sept. 3. Mr. A. Wilson, Chung Pa
Sung and 5 deck.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Hawaii ports,
Sept. 2. Capt. H. P. Lake.
CARTER DINES HEADS
Governor Carter last Saturday even'
Ing gave a banquet at the Hawaiian ,
Hotel to the heads of departments
Those prosent were Governor Carter,
Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson, Attornej
General Lorrln Andrews, Superintend
ent of Public Works C. S. Hollowny,
Auditor J. II. Fisher, Treasurer Camp
bell, President of the Hoard of Health
h. K. I'lnkham, Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction J. C. Davis and Survcyoi
Qcneral W. E. Wall. High Sheriff Hen
ry was out of town and was not nbl
to attend.
JAPANE8E INVENT PLAN.
(Continued from Page 1.)
the departing Japanese for their tax
money.
It was In connection with this busi
ness that the bogus receipt dodge was
discovered. The passenger will dig up
a tax receipt of some other man who
has paid his taxes. In Bomo cases the
receipt Is passed up as It were, and
will then often be discovered to be
Phony as the narao on It does not cor
respond with the traveler's other pa
pers. In other enscs the trick is evl.
dent by Its crudencss. The, namo of
tho original holder of tho receipt, to
whom it was issued, is ovcrllned and
the nnmo of the departing man sub
stituted, In other Instances tho origi
nal namsvhas been erased and tho new
0110 written over It.
Slnco tho ofllclals caught on to tfieso
tricks a number of these second hand
receipts havo been gathered In and are
now held at tho tax offlco. No legal
steps havo been tnken In tho matter,
hut it would be quite practicable for
tho ofllclals to strike tho original own
er of the receipt for taxes and collect
two amounts from him as he would
not he able to show his receipt tor tho
first payment.' As a'rule tho departing
Japanese are quite willing to dig up
their taxes when requested in order to
get away. When tbey refuse the ofll
clals, have a remedy against them by
holding their baggage.
Fine Job Printing at Tha Bulletin.
WANTS
Ppr Want Column See Page Sis
LOST.
On road to Moanalua Saturday, one
riding whip, buckhorn handle, Leave
at this office and recelvo reward.
3169-lw
Whitney
Dame Fashion
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ALPACA:
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NAVY, BROWN and GREY, extra width, 50 In., aj 75
FANCY BROWN, very stylish, 38 In., at GOJ
SERGE:''
LIGHT WEIGHT, ALL WOOL; JUST THE THING FOR SKIRTS,
EITHER WALKING OR RIDING.
Come In BLACK, NAVY, iRED, BROWN, 33 In., GOd
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ALL WOOL; A. HANDSOME SOLID COLOR , MATERIAL WITH
SELF-COLORED DOTS. COME8 IN PRETTY SHADES OF
TAN, GREY, RED, GREEN, BLACK and NAVY, 36 In.; A BAR
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Fancy All Wool Skirtings
IN LIGHT 8HADE3, 36 In., at Q06
WE AL80 HAVE THE CORRECT TRIMMINGS FOR THESE
GOODS, AS WE HAVE JU8T RECEIVED THE LATE8T IN
Novelty Silk Braids
New Kimono Flannelettes
IN HANDSOME JAP. and other designs at 12'.'ii and -15
See Our WINDOW DISPLAY
fl) .11111
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CLEAN
DURABLE
ECONOMICAL
These refrigerators can be taken all
to pieces, which means that with prop
er care they are absolutely germ
proof Zinc lined, Porcelain lined and
Porcelain lined and covered.
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TEL. MAIN 339.
Plnofrosh Bamboo
For hats, fans and weaving, (ust re
ceived. Sold In quantity cheap
Hawa'l & South Seas Curio Co
Alexander Young nulUIng and Royal
Hawaiian Hotel, tl
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Miss Warland, Trained Nurse Un
surpassed location for convalesc
ents and patients. Fine grounds,
with ocean view nnd mountain
breezes. Separate cottages. Hour
ly nursing and offlco work a spe
cialty. Maternity casos a specialty.
Surgical supplies. Tourists accom
modated. Telephone Dluo 1911. 1C01
Prospect St., Honolulu.
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The above ars
few of tha latest
drinks added; to our already 'long list
"
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Chambers Drug Go,,
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You Get
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at RIGHT PRICES when you order
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turns ot nearly 8 per cent, on the Bell
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This bargain will not remain open
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tho fortunato one.
For further particulars apply nt 817
Kaahumanu Street.
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