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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. TUESDAY, MAItCH 13, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 Kins Street, Honolulu,
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINuVTON. lEdltor
Entered at the Postoffice at Hono
lulu m second-class matter.
OCEAN YACHT RACE.
(Continued from Page 1)
as soon as possible, Tho Men Is to
io oi nm
Snn Francisco, March L Storms be-
Payable In Advance.
Vc month, anywhere In U. 8..S .75
tor quarter, anywhere In U. 8.. 2,00
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
er year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
ix months $ .so
PtT Tfir, anywhere In U. S..,. 1,09
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.09
people that make assistance necessary
to snvc Uvea. The Bulletin Is nssurcd
by thoroughly rellablo persons that
those In charge of the entertainment
soon to be Riven wilt see that the money place the cup tn the window of Shrevo
obtained Is expended to the best ad- &. Co., together with pictures or nil mo
vantage. ' contesting yachts, for a month, say, lie-
- -s fore It Is shipped hero to be awarded
Wnlluku has secured sidewalks by the winner,
the property owners coming forward There will be some special method
uiul paying, hilt of the cost. We al- In the nward of tho prlzenud souvenlrj,
ways uepenu on too goernmcni. not yei nrrangcu. n win, nuwever, wi, ------ -,',- ..,.
whether Territorial or County, to ilG unique and something to remember. i"' the vojngo of the lenier Lntcr
thlngs. Wallnku has gone the ner- The occasion will be one of festivity l',?' ""I ,he,.r88Ie11""1 , '",' '
age Island community one better In and celebration. J"?' " "' '" ,.," , " ". , 'ill ,,, i.
i..i ii. . t ii.. .i n-i i .i. ... i n i.,n..- of a two day a battle with tuo eio-
I'HflllH null UIU CUBU 111 iiiuiuiuuu 1I1U OHUW ui liiu tu' ii fc. -.- ,, rru ...AM.I.I.. nH.A.1 tlin fuv
cities and counties tho property holder dsco will accomplish considerable "" e steamship towed tho tug
not only pays for tho sidewalk but for good advertising for Hawaii. of"" " V ; '"l"","1',,"-"" B , ,.
the improvement of the street as well.l At yesterday's meeting the follow-, &"'" " i ,TVor.
Some day Hawaii, under tho Influence Ing wcro appointed as a committee to "IT" .rv ","'""", ." ra ,
of local self-government, may reach have charge of all matters pertaining P'' w delayed several hour In
..... . . ... .in... i i . i ii-' .i .i..nn.i.. .i mi., Picking her ud.
Uini SIUKU Uk 1-lVlllKUllUll. IU UUUUltllJltl U11U lIUIC-lllllltD miu "lir.- M-l.. ...! ! till mIma .InVa
i.u..- . .k. .i..,ini ,,nn,.J The Enterprise left llllo nine das
- - T" 1T1 Illl llll I1LH 111 11IC ILIUUILUI BilUUhl-l .-..... . . '
nUtTPTlN'l lNnnJTPriI, KnlTTnN ments of the race. ago heavily freighted, bcsiucs naviu,, currtncy t0 avert the danger of panics.
BULLMIN b INDUblKIAL MHUUN enu we th0 ,B In tow. Fa r weather was met,, gco JtCMoa l0 ctange my views on
a.. .'.' ..?..- i n ..i.i. .. with until last Friday, when a south- ,i,, .i,it . ,n .nr.,t h
The nullctln has now In courso of VmrAenc f" ?,"' " "' """" I west gale swooped down on the vessel. '"'","' York sneeeh As my
completion a speclnl Industrial edition ',Yt 'least three of tho above Messrs. l,e"vy ,ca wore nPIcJ ""V1 tho tu.8" views on thnt subject arc well known,
8au Francisco, March 6. "This
country should have a more elastic
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
O. G. BOCKUS, Business Manager ol
c Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a true end correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending March
8. A. D. 1906, of tho Dally and Week
(y Editions 'of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 3 2418
Monday, Mar. 5 2167
Tueiday. Mar. 6 2172
Wednesday, Mar. 7 2167
..1.1.1. ...ill I.. l. Mno !,. ..'. ..-.. i ...I n-l...!-. 'I boat Was almost Submerged. At thl r An nn( .nm tn vn Inln ll mnrn ilptflll.
ough reviews of the chief Industries of WI1I bo on tho Coast when tho raco h"lKht of the storni tho towllne parteil C(t expression at this' time. I and my
the Islands that has ever been Issued. glari. and will thus bo able to navo ?n,a,,n Charles Counselman drirteil friends are bound for Japan on a pleas
Tho only publication approaching It Ih their say. composing n majority of thr helplessly at the mercy of tho wind and ro trp that will probably last about
i.a .wininn iAno,i iiv thta nnnnr In i 1..1.. .....!.. ,. ,i.iniii i. waes. 1 no bnicrpnso sioppcu aim ihtfu tnnnlhs Wh Io wo will nrob.iulv
1901. ' in regard to the starting of tho yachts. ''" dlfllcully a line was passed to tho moct Somo 0f ho Japanese dignitaries.
Naturally, principal attention will bt jt , not tho Idea, at all, to endeavor I low'ioat and the voyage resumed. 'WB nro not going over there as the
given to sugnr nnd tho chief fcaturo ,0 ,Ccure conditions to facilitate tin ' ".ut t.n0 wln1 lncr!!,,od In. UT n."'1 formal guests of any of them. I hardly
will ho nn lndlvldnnl descrlntlon of .. . jinn. .t,f t. i. again the hawser snapped. A boat was think wo will visit China, but will
each sugar plantation In the Islands. iBnVn Hawaii wants the race above mit ?ul '"""gain a line was made fast gpCntl most of our tlmo In Japan, and
A representative of Tho Bulletin has -jj things nnd will not haggle for con-, ,0 l" tusoo1- l no I'-ntcrpnse pro- probably make a sh,ort trip to Tort Ar-
vlslte.1 each of these properties and anions t0 Bivo 1 1'aloma the raco ccc,Icl "lowly nnd succeeded In weath- t,ur and -that neighborhood. Wo de-
goiio over tho field nnd mill with llm The Honolulu commltteo will meet rep. cr,nB ,,ie lorra without further mis- part on tho Mongolia this week."
manngor. Tho material Is thus secured Tecntnllvos of the mainland yncht ''"P- Tho EntcrPrle brought C1.200 g0 snld Jacob Schiff. tho head of the
first hand by n tour of the plantation rii,. ,i nVrrviliinir will l.o nrnine...:' ? ol BUKar anu "JUU uuncnes 01 oa- New York banning nouso or Ktinn,
wlt.tthe man most Intimately assoclat- satisfactorily inanns, She had seventeen steerage i,oeb & Co., at tho St. Francis last
ed with Its success. In this way has ' Twcntv.nve -hundred dollnrs will be l'ciKCf- The tug Charles Counsel- night In financial circles, Schiff Is
Tho Bulletin obtained n brief and nc-' rpmirPll tar nil oxnensos 1 mnn comei1 hcr, t0 u0 wpalred. .looked upon as tho equal. If not tho
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
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GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JU8T TO HAND. GET THE BEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests J
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FOflT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8.
superior of J. IMcrpont Morgan In abll
TRANSACTIONS. Ity and command of resources. He
nnd tho hankers wltn mm linn mucn
Recorded March 1, 1906. Ito do with floating tho Japanese war
. i.vwin jr 10 runny innu; u; iul luiuis. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiik imiuuiu ftfw(vw,v;.
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.,
By C. O. BOCKUS,
curate statement 01 mo equipment, 1 . i.flioma ! now on the marine
methods and plans for development, rni.nv i,iB nninin.i nmi niimrn-id
f .iwi 1 , , .-, , . .. M.. .. I... -".." ... ,.h..... .. w,H. ........
Thursday. Mar. 8 2170 ""l ""' ''"""" " '. ....... u.. moked nttcr. She will nlso be given
Friday. Mar. 9 ;..zui "" I, a new suit 01 sans, t air progress nus
. ' ... ....... ... to know nioro about how our great In- 1. ...... ..i ..... ..1 ...i .v ..
ri,;...Tion 7 weeklv Bullet n idustry Is conducted. ' "ur' , ",,., moCy turned Into ' lnt lot 2C- ulk KaP'olnnl tract. Hono-1 The Schiff party Is mado up ns fol-
t,.h.v M?h W 1608 2353 I'osslMy a portion of tho same Infor. ", ,'reas" cr will be carefuJly ac "! K. B 277, p 448. Dated Mar lows, and they have twenty rooms set
Tuesday, March. 6, "06. ...... .Z358 ''. . the iireasmcr win be carcruii) nc inaldu for them at the Ht. Franc s: Mr.
tho detailed reports of tho plantations, The sending of La Fnloma to reu- Mary aorma Bnl ' CO Jhn Bll,l Mr"- Jnco1' Schleff, Now York: Mr.
but there It Is In such rorm that th6 rMPIlt Hawnll was nuthorlied It Is'1 "ansmann; m 101s io, iz. lb anil anu iirs. Aiireu iiciaciuacn. urn,
nvcrnge porson does not care to tako n-ctcil that tlw rn .will su'rt rom 10- bm 40' '""' " Honolulu; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Budge, Hamburg;
,hn n, nmi ir.miiin i wn,lB thrnnDh S?ec.?i ".'?! ".'? "'I.'.".!1" ,rom . 12290 and mtg 13000. B 277. n 449. Da- Mr. and Mrs. 8. Neustadt. Nuw York;
It. The Bulletin has assembled tho ; Wrd has bee",! TrecclveS om Cha. N Dee 11, 1905. lErm-st II. Schleff. Krankfort-on-Maln,
fofif. nm epnt-na in rominiiin ntvlp . .. .. ... l retcr C Jones Ltd to William els- Germany.
freely Illustrated In order to glvo our ,t ""',, iILn .,.?. v.! vkltolh: Ilcl: Pr 0r 3306 cor Bcckley! Japan Is about to float an Internal
wploSd l King Bti! Honolulu: 12000. B 252, loan of $100,000,000 and tho report
nnnrerlatlon of the macnltude of Ha. . . ?. . . I, H P 403. Dated Mar 1. 1906. .that Sch off and tho bankers may help
wall-s eh e? Industry" Ihe variety of I1." S.1! ,?".l-?I!,,P. ilh-Sbe T." Wcl.barth and wf to Henry' tho Japanese bankers In floating that
conditions under whlchtho different ""1 ",,", "v"' .'" "v'Z r.i..KlYB,noue Tr Co .ud.: M! Pr..0r l?an '"directly Is denied by tho at
ulnntntlons oucrate and the difficult . .'I.,. . .. .."..' . XV. 7... :.30U- fnt. .c. for "ccklcj- and K ng, I-ranclB guests,
. , . , -. , , nines lii.ih 1 linn uk-ic-..ok uuu uvm
Subscribed and iworn to be
fore mo this 10th day o)
ISEAL March. A. D. 1906.
P. II. BURNBTTE.
Ko'ary rubllc, Honolulu, County of
TUESDAY MAKCH 13, 1906.
that may enter the race. The owner,
Is at present In ho
Aloha Girls! Oregon Girls! I
problems which have been mot and
overcome. I Alex. McLaren,
Other agricultural Industries arc not p ..
Rtfplilnit. l.tlinrnl linnrn In ilevnterf In . .
jtho principal operators In coffee nndl PAS8ENQER8 DEPARTED.
pilii'U!invB. I ma, cuu)it;u wuu liitij
They ow bf!nnfBrri locuJl"rtlw. ForMa.il and Hawnll ports, per
rown. Judged from tho encci ociore. ""-"""' " '"""". J .; '". ' ' Btmr. KInau, March 13. Miss M. Ka-
roiling up ."'". "'" ""j ...v..w . nnamano. K. K. Dcvauchcllc,
It will simply assist In
people aro paying Into the ledcral , a j)llchoUl
Treasury, and a resume of conditions j,M . . Knv j. ,
XII.M T. A Trn HI ir.w.l,.M t lln.
. . T .. . . .. nnlllnnJ Iim tt.A Immla nt TArltnrtnl ' ..' ' .
Political lightning rous nre i)ccuyi-. ....... ..vu, ...v ..v.m. . .... ...-. ,., j, BnCl(j, Wi gimpson, T. W.
Ing so thick that It will soon bo a qucs- departments will detail Hawaii s prog- 0rc,g M, McDonnld. J. W. PIckard,
. . .. .. ... ....... ... ri ntiit u-nrthv nnililllnnn with Htrlet .. ... . .. .. . . . '
tlon wnetner cnnuiuaics ur wnn i.---- --.. ,- - i, j. i.inucrman, ii. r .Kaoni, u. Ama-
... rnnrA inim.rnill lalTlVUlOU tO tact. I,. f,. t A imnhi n im.lii TIav
. As promotion llteraturo this edition w" "n 'w.in',M n v A.hfnV.i u
It Is highly proper that Hawaii will bo second to none. It does not Ei.ichcr, E. P ilcrrlck. W. Hunter!
light thing afterwards.
It may bo the Indian Territory ln-
ihould flnt reward tho Luhalna hero, .slight the beautiful climate and tho a". B. Kennod'y.llrs. H. K. Bcrtelman'.
Then Carnegie can come in io uu mo .." lu. i''";"""11"' MHs V. Hnrvey, Mrs. E. 'A. Nawahl,
'LT "r." "' ' Miss A. Kapahu, Mrs. Nakalcka, Hov,
anoirs inai pui iinwoii in mo ursi Q SuIuMi HeVt K. Amakl, J. S. Bell,
rank with tho sugnr agriculturalists of T v .. ,., Mni.i w. n tnmin-
Alans killed off a few marshals as a the world and entitle Its citizens to roc- Miss V. Mo'ssman, Miss Andrews, CapL
protest against mo prusptci oi icih.u-jiii...u .,","'" "" " ...- uarIor, u, 8, Ki. Cilpt, Nlblnck, u. 8.
Ing the civilized elevation of Statehood, ment. which for years has followed tho N. 0 u awCezcy, O. V, Kendall,
-?- .policy of protecting home Industry. MrSi 0, K- 8man, . nri n,lffctt
Susan B. Anthony demonstrated by( Present preparations are for Issuing M M Kendall. II. II. Brown. J. F.
her life work that there Is a field for between flvo and ten thousand coplc Urown, y. B. Nalllma. W. V. Wilson,
anmnn ntiuliln snanklnc babies and of this edition, orders for about seven -,. n.,'. T. n-i,n,u i.. i
washing dishes. It is fortunate. how-,tbomand copies having already been a'm ,, An , Mo;an; iBg M'ny
..... .i... .... .ii .nmnn fnllnu.' Iii lipr.rf.rplvf.il. Tlin nrlVfirtlRIni? rnlumiiH .. .. .. ... .. .'
mcr, uiuv uu. u. ,.wu.v.. ..- . --. --;-7 ---,------", ---------- u. m, itouoway, k. k, uiuinc, frnnK
"......i .J i.i ...... . .I.. Winter.
This advance In the price of Kuro-
StB. Honolulu: S240O. B 276. D 451. Mr. Salilcft refused to discuss tho re
Dated Feb 28, 1906. port thnt K. H. Harrlman la Becking
Wm L Peterson to Mary E Foster; control of tho Illinois Central road with
D: It P G764. Kul 6247, Ap 2. bldgs.'tho Intention of ousting President
etc, Kunawal, Honolulu; $200. n 277,.8tuyvcsant Fish. Nor would he dls-
p iai. uiili-u imr l. ivuo. icubi insurance muui-rn. jiu ncuiun iiiu
Manuel uonsaives to Miguel unaba- Idea that lie anil narriman navo nau
rla: L: lot 28. Ookala homestead. Ha-'a falling out because ho and tho mem-
makua, Hawaii; 10 yrs at crop rental. .hers of his Arm had retired from tho
B 283, p 14. Dated Apr 1, 1905. directorates of tho Union Pacific nnd
Frederic W Hardy to Yip Sing nnd 'Oregon Short Lino roads. Ho said
wf; Ilcl; It P'a 3576, 6330 and 6329 and they had also retired as directors of
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
There are more Adama-Bagnall Con
stant Direct Current Series Enctoied
Are Lamps used for street lighting
throughout the United States, Canada
and Mexico, than all other makes of
this type of lamp combined.
Thousands of A D Arc Lamp
have been Installed In all classes of
mills, factories, foundries and retail
and wholesale stores throughout tho
country, and are giving universal tat-
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC Co., Ltd.
Office KINO ST. nr. ALAKEA 8T.
'PHONE MAIN 390.
Help For AH wallach's Indian Remedies
An 1. It P 5190 and An 1. II P 5177.
IPuIchuIkl, Kula, Maul; tC50. B 192,
p 471. Dated Jan 8, 1906.
Est of B P Bishop by trs to Polly
Kalua; D; It P 6655. Kul 5904, Puako,
Ijilmlnn, Maul; J500. U 277, p 117.
Dated Jan 29, 1906.
other corporations like tho Baltimore
and Ohio. Baltlmoro and Ohio South
western, Chicago and Alton, Gould's
Denver and Hlo Grande, James J,
HlU'a Northern Securities Company
and tho Ilallroad Securities Company
because of "tho steadily Increasing dif
ficulty which tho members of tho Arm
mnn hnvo been experiencing In meetlug tho
Iloyco "I understand that
Ilrnwn hn n trrnsninir nntnrn invt,n ilnmttnds nf Ihelr own business and at
"He's a fiend on shaking hands." Ithe same tlmo giving tho necessary
Rli Wnlln.. r-lllli.w !.... fl.. ....f. Mini.) nml ntlfintlnn tn tlin nprfnrmflnre
u.. ..Ht.v. U.IWQJ UVM. .,1U ICIUIU- "... ...... .
tlon of being one of tho greatest llvluc f their duties as directors of corpor-
authorities on all kinds of sports
financial and Industrial leaders of tho
For Maul, Konn and Kan ports, per
Islands, and tho forms will soon bo ..1.' ,",'..-. i". "..?. i, irif.1 '..
tuiin heet cucars has an clement of un- cloicd. Thoso who wish to have spaco .,.,,,. ... '....' .". '..! ii!' .
Imely favor In It. when there Is n pos- In the edition and thoso desiring cop- "J ;" runnrt'uM'"a ,mx " i .cVson
slbillty of European beet planters de- lea aro reo.ucste.1 to placo their ordera "gZnson V 'I Hardee Mr Shb
Cdlnthat prospects are good for In- as scon as posslblo In order that tho J''l.un.In. Mr.nmi Mra. M.
The report of General Wood wies
only to strengthen me puunc opiniui
that there Is no glory In lighting th
Moros. It Is Just a case of kill or get
killed, wltn an me social piea-aiiiriM
of shaking hands before and after, left
"""' "'"'."Y '"l'"- II Il.rrf.lrn T rnunn MrK fl
Tho last iniuistrini e4iiiion puuiisiiea ,"'-7i.,i,:,
'by this paper went t .11 .part, of the "f,"0 TXTT7ZT
a, worm ana aia mucn iovaru placing ;no ::::;."":, ;,","','"
IslnndH In a proper light among thoso H""1?0"; ' ? Crcedon Mrs. Leong
whose good-will is worth having, and""'! tnl,u- " "o'"-1'". " "'
who nru freauently misinformed by '
half-truths and misleading nssertlons, '
Tho Bulletin believe that Hawaii's HUUbno 1 U Lc. 1
nrocrcss is nest aiucu uy lair siaio- n . . ,- . ..,-.
When Iloo.evelt promises a Cabinet ments which put condltlons'beforo tho Bargains in XS.aimilK. LOtS
nosltlon In advance to the man who neonle In unbiased "form. Our Indus
represents us at St, Petersburg It is trial edition docs this and must play
fair to assume that the President does an important part In promoting everj
not take to himseit an tne creuu if worthy interest or me iainnas,
having brought about tne peace in
wblch Bursla was 'Interested.
California has discovered that the
rain-maker Is not needed, though in.
the southern part of the Stu'. .
had to get ono to discover U. Should
reasons contlnuo as durHr '" i
two years, Hawaii will bo ix...,..vu
try the experiment In o.d:. t . 'i
the rains back to the old rtandaruv
What Hawaii needs Is nn ltr- 'g j
'tlon policy of deflntte ch-iu. r nn j u I
solutely tree rrom tne nppe.ruii.e ui
being manipulated and poslbly block
aded for personal ends. Hcsults count.
And the citizens of Hawaii believe per
fect good faith has been shown by
those of Hawaii In a position to give
Immigrants and settlers a livelihood.
Should Hawaii's yacht begin to walk
nway In cup-wlnnlng style, the Promo
tion Committee should arrange a huge
boat hook off Diamond Head to con
'aect with Macfarlane's stern sheet till
one of the guests arrived on the finish
line. It would not bo characteristic of
Hawaii to get a lot of men down hern
just to "lick 'era."
Banker Walsh of Chicago says that
tils enemies aro persecuting him by
causing his nrrcst for mlsappropila
tlon of National Bank funds. That will
be determined when the court's verdict
Ii pronounced on whether he took
the funds. More than one man would
be willing to fall and have left to hit
cash credit what Walsh appears to pos.
ess, provided the funds were obtained
honestly and so held, '
Hawaii has always been ready to
do Its utmost for the unfortunate when
assured that the money given will
bo properly expended. Famine In Ja-
iiImm Juj is lliinl
SJeZ, MOe r OrlD !0II(,
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
Is Now On
Very Choice Line
Of Fine Quality
THESE MADE IN THE STYLE
WE TURN THEM OUT WITH
SKILLED WHITE LABOR.
ARE EQUAL TO ANYTHING
MADE ON THE MAINLAND
BY HIGH CLA88 MER
L, B. Kerr & Go.
Whllo in tho city a couple of days
before tho sailing of tho Mongolia,
Schiff and his banker friends 'will be
Khown a number of courtesies by Pres
ident I, W. Hellman of the Wells-Forgo
Nevada National Bank and ofher local
Whllo In Honolulu Mr Schiff nnd his
purty will bo looked after by Messrs
Shingle nnd Campbell of tho Henry
Wntcrhouso Trust Co.
RODE THE COAT ii
Fcr Sores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to bt hopsleat,
Wallach's Indian Remedies will cura
For sale by all druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577.
ynmnmn'mmn mm mm nnunwiK
C. Q. YEE HOP & CD..
g- We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- ' '
Z tlon of our fresh meat. Tnls applies to our Meat Buslnesa, on .
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with ;
C the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl- -7
y" tary condition. '" " J
5f Telephone Order Department
. ... ..... i-2
Matrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe
ditious service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur
chases made In person.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251, N. KINQ STREET.
Tftuuiuuu niiiuuiUiiiiii ami mmm
iiw wis mm
Our new Spring and Rummer, 1906, 4- lx C riiYI
line of Men'a Shirts arrived by the last It WWI
Furnished house. Pacific Helnhli.
I Alameda, so our present stock must be
Four Bedrooms J75 00 reduced to make room.
Emma St. '. 30 00 The following lots are all high grade
.goods, In first class condition and are
Gandall Lane 25 00 made to fit and o wear:
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane,,,, 18 00;
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00 , . ., , .,.,,.
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
Walklkl Beach 40 00 Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
College Hills 40 00
KInau 8treet 27 50
Lunalllo Street E0"00
Trust Co., Limited.
.pan has created conditions among the'COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.,
attached or detached.1.25 00
Lot 3. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.1.75 $1.25
Lot 4. Men's Negligee
Shirts, White Linen,
pleated front, cuffs
attached $4.50 3.50
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KIND8 Qlr RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co, or
ring up Hatslwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays tho Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, 'n, leaves-at 8:22 a. m.;
returmnji arrive In Honolulu at 10:10
Illoomlngton, ill., Fob. 19. dialled
McAtee has brought suit for J200M
ngalnst tho Modern Woodmen because
. mechanical Ront upon which he was
riding whllo being Initialed Jnto the
lodgo at Arrownmlth bucked and Injur
ed him. Evidence was taken today
and the caso attracted a largo crowd.
In his stntement before tho Jury to
day McAtco said that after being blind
folded he wns lifted to tho bark of the
goat. It Immediately commenced hop
ping about tho lodiftroom, later buck
ing ami throwing him to tho floor, and
wound up by Btepplng upon him a few
times and then (ailing upon him. Ho
was rendered unconscious and still
feels tho effects,
Tho lodgo denies that he was burl
. NO ANSWER YET
"I lmvo heard nothing from Washing'
tnn aB yet regarding tho Issuance of
my commission, said Judgo lloblnson
this attcrnoon. "I cabled tn the Attor
noy General last night to And out whe
ther It had been Issued or not, but I
bavo received no reply so far. From
that I infer that It has not issued yet
Vou sco It has to bo signed by the
President and then countersigned by
tho Attornoy Qcnural. It Is possible
that tho President Is absent from
Washington, and that that Is resnoti
slblu for the delay, though of course I
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDERS
Oflfcn and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mtk
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and Qensral Jobblsg.
082 ALAKEA ST.. rear Y. M. C.
OBJECTS TO TAX
AUTO STANDING MARCH 8
Admiral Geo. C. Oeckley 121237
St. Louis College Alumni Asso
Judge A. N. Kepolkal 60014
Diamond Head Athletic Club.. Z7B6Z
Lihue Kegel Club 23552
Leo Lorrlllard Cummins 12907
Mrs. Lucy Wright (Walmea, Ka
Aala Club 10316
Co. D, N. Q. H. (Hllo) 9554
Thos. C. White, Kealakekua.. 9184
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson 7759
D. K. Watson 7232
J. D. McVeigh , 6712
Jas. Kula (Kauai) 5870
Jas. L. Frlel (Mauna Loa) .... 493a
8. K. Kamalopill - 2947
Miss Hannah Sheldon (Lihue,
Tommy Kearns 2218
Gco. H. Dunn (Lahalna) 1527
Joe de Braga (Kauai) 1500
Chester Irwin 1203
Kalmukl, Walalae, Palolo Impvt.
A. M. Souza 1201
Lusltana Dancing Club, I; John Jo
slah, 1; Miss Mae Weir, 1; Miss M. H.
Lemon, 1; Miss Phllomena Perry, 1;
Fritz Van Der Lelne (Koloa), 1; Mil
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2!
Hllo Band, 1; V, Jacobsen, 1;
E. S, Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Jose
J. Roka, 1; Miss Alice Weight, 1; C.
Sullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H. T.
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1 ; Edith Tuck,
1; Manl, Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Mlts M. A. Larsen, 1; Dr. 8. Jaeger, 1;
Gertrude McCann, 6; J, p. Scully,
4; Ralp Kahn, 4; H. Silver, 3; 8. A.
Deel, Ewa, 3; J. H. Kahn,
2; J. A. L. De Fries, 2; Max
Guisefeld, 2; Kohala Club, 2; I. 8.
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; Emll Llnderman, Ko
loa, 2l Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Nelper, 2; R. H, Hitchcock, 2j Bill
V, Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs, Jas. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac
Mrs. J. E. Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenbera, U
Keokl Isenberg, 1; H. S. Ward, 1;
Miss Kalal vValau, 1; Louis Freltas, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1; ,
Louis Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 1; B.
M, Sumner, 1; Harry 8, Gray, 1; J.
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Slats Hellbron, 1; Ernest Munlz, 1;
Manuel Munlz, 1; Walter Dillingham.
1: Lum China. 1: R. A. L'ucit. 1. Beav
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Monterey Bay, California. Notice
Is hereby given that Point. Plnoa
Whittling Buoy, rod, marked "PL IV"
has dragged a short dlBtanco uouth ol
its former position. It will bo replaced
nn Boon as practicable.
By order of tho LiKhthou&a Hoard.
Commander, U, S. N., Inspector, 12th
Hawaii. Kaunakakat Harbor, Mo
lokal Island, pago 12. Mid Channel
Kntranco Buoy, black and white per
pendicular stripea, second-class nun.
reported adrift March 10, will bo to
placed as soon as practicable.
By order of tho Lighthouse Board.
A. P. NIULACIC,
Lieut. Com dr. U. S. N.; Assistant to '
the Inspector of tho Twelfth.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
LMItor Shlozawa of the Hawaii Shin'
lo this morning called on Acting Gov
ernor Atkinson to discuss the subject
of the taxation of transient Japanese.
Hecently many Japanese, who carod
hero In transit and only remain In the.farlane, 2; C, Louts, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Territory a few weeks, have been com-1 Fritz Fredenberg, 1; H. A. Franson,
polled to pay taxes, and Shlozawa con-:2; Loult 8. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, 1;
tends that they should not be forced ' M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm, Medelros, 1; J,
to pay under these circumstances.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
M. Perry, 1;F. W. Klebahn, 1; J. D. Mc
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T.
Schmidt, 1; Male Athletic Club, 1;
Entered for Record March 12, 190S,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Jose Dlas to Mary a. Pcrotru US'
Kahclo Noeau and wf to William T
KahMinaelo Blplknne to Sung Leo Io
JIawn nca'lty & VlaVco Ltd'to ii Wo
terhouse Tr Co Ltd tr .-. AM
Pueo Kualhl to Look Hock Kong- Yat
Entered for Record March 13, 1906,
From 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Wllmot Vredenburg and wf to Max
Max Campbell to Norah Vredcnburs.D
Helen O Alexander to John II d' Al
J H Schnack and wf tu Jose F Ito
Kaplolanl Est Ltd to K B McClana
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