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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. IL, FRIDAY, MAIICH 23, 1908.
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BY AUTHORITY
Scaled proposals for constructing
v concrete embedded steel beam bridge
'p w rt'juucu limner truss uu bijuii-vmi
E8TABLI8HED IN 1B58.
p Bishop & Co J
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BANKERS.
Commercial and Traveler.'
coivea uy mo Hoard or supervisors or
the County ot Kauai, until 9:30 a. in. o(
Wednesday, April 4th, 1906,
1'lans, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting propers), will be
furnished upon written request, accom
panied by deposit of Five Dollars
((5.00) by addressing C. 11. Swcetsor,
Letters of Credit Issued on (J County Iload Supervisor, at Llhuc, Ka.
the Dank of California and N. ft ual, T, II.
M. Rothschilds & 8ona, Lon. SI The right Is reserved to reject any
don, r all bids
i Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook V Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits,
IK
C&33??J533
I)y order ot tho Board of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. D. WJKiiAiiw,
Chairman.
Llhue, Kauai, March 10, 190G.
3329-10t
Business Notices.
REOPENING.
Mr. O, Somma, who formerly con
ducted the barber shop at 928 Fort
JLM-urt4MMf-i street has reopened a now, neat and
1 - -- - T- -I- !nt, t nl Vrt in Uinrr til... Mitil.
!"" ""' ' " '-" ""'.'"-
nwm
FRANK REISTLE
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
ami street.
3328-lm
142024 tMVfNCt DfNVra COLO
FAIR PRICE
Music at the
ZOO
KAIMUKI.
Sunday
FROM 2 Til 5 P M.
Don't Miss It .
CLUB STABLES
1128 FORT ST.
HAVE FOR 8 ALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. Horses
and Chickens
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE DRED
ANIMALS.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
WM. i. BWHU CO., LTD.
Agents for the
Royal Imurfnce Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance Alturanco Co. of London,
Eng,
Scottish UnUn &. National Ins. Co. of
Edinburgh, Scotland.
Fli-s Asvoclatlon of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insuranc Corporation Ltd
Wllhelnia of Magdeourg General Ins
Co.
Lobensteia And Mdnerny
Give Senators
Review Of Hawaii's Affairs
tuirmumutmmmtmtuMUttmtmmttn
KAUAI KNOCKER'S KNOCKS
t
Hearing of Hawaii's Iluslncss Del resulted In an Increased cost of labor
cgatcs before Senate Committee con- and of other productions all along the
tlnued from Thursday. llno. It has become necessary for us
Tho Chairman. You want also. In to maintain our system of government
addition to what Senator Piles linn and necessary Improvements by Im
spoken of, to build roads, which will posing a higher taxation on our prop
be a considerable expense,! understand, city.
and you want to mako harbor Improve-1 So wo have struggled along all these
ments to such an extent as the Keder. years. Wo have not mado the prog-
al Government may not make them? Irons we should have made. We havo
Mr. Q. w. Smith. Ye, sir. ibocomo Amerlcanucd. Wo havo taught
Senator Piles. What 1 am trying to the people of those lands what Amerl-jarc anything but hos'it",
get as is, Willi tovu.vvv lur bciiuuib nil- cuuiRrn stunus lur. itui in uiui-r re
mediately, which will answer your specti there Is danger of depopulation,
wants for many years, how much do ot decay, unless S'ot come to our as-
you think would be necessary to put slstancc.
you In proper shape to develop the lm-1 Wo desire nothing except that the
provemems a wnicn you rcicr -in 3 communions wnicn were men osscn
public .josds and the other public tlal to our malntcnanco and our wet
works? Would not $3,000,000 cover all faro, Instead of being diverted from
you nwd? jour midst, shall be expended In our
Mr. O. W. 8mlth. No, sir. 'midst. We desire not that we should
Senator Piles. How much, In your hav.e the control or tho exercise of that
Judgment, would be required? 'disbursing power. Wo leave It to tho
Mr. O. W. 8mlth. 1 should say eight wisdom of Congress, as It may direct,
or ten million dollars should be ex- how and when and for how long those
pended. funds shall be expended.
Tho Chairman. You mean for hnr- That Is all 1 would like to say on this
bors and roads? question.
Mr. O. V. Smith. For harbors, pub- STATEMENT OK E. A. M'LNKRNY.
He buildings, roads, and landings. Mr. Mdnerny. Mr. Chairman and
The Chairman. If you have not em-' gentlemen, I would like to Impress up
braced It In the statement which Is to f)n 0ii the Tact that the revenues of
be filed with us. I wish you would make our Territory arc Insufficient for tho
somo calculation with respect to those proper administration of same; thnt In
motion. order to meet tho regular expenses of
Mr. a. W. Smith. I shall be glad to administration our nconlo nn now
furnish It later. taxed beyond the limit of endurance.
ou will understand. Senator, that This is evidenced by tho yearly In
tllO rCCOmmnmlntlnn Of twentV VCarS IS' r-rnncft In llm ,1illnnfinnt Hat nnrtlnll.
not crlglnai with this delegation .llnrly of peoplo heietoforo considered)
Oceanic Steamship Company
8enator Piles. What has bothered fairly well to-do and holding proper-
i..!tmtm?..j.mmmmstt:::m::mt....!.;;
Says Tho Garden Island;
"Thanks," said the old codger as he
helped himself, without an Invitation,
to one of our choice "Africans," and
dropped easily into the editorial chair.
"Where do you keep your matches?"
Ills cigar lit, ho puffed reflectively
while his eyes roamed around the room
until they rested on a large red blotch
on tho wall. "What's that?" he In
quired. "Oh, that's a fellow that came In to
lick us."
"'And c burled him out In tho lono
pralreo,
In a quiet gravo six feet by three,'"
Hummed tho editor. ".My inlonuons
hastily In
terposed the codger. "I merely dropped
in to talk about '.no school question."
"Did you hear that Macedonian war
whoop ttiat relative Ilabbltt let out
about tho condition of the Honolulu
schools? Ho painted a heart-rending
picture of the teachers and chlldrou
sweeping out tho rooms and cleaning
up the yards, just as they do now and
always hae done on Kauai,"
"Too bad, Isn't it? My heart aches
for them."
"For tho biennial period preceding
the present one, tho Hoard of Educa
tion asked tho Legislature for 130,000
fur repairs, etc., ot school buildings,
and It was granted without qucstloa.
Of this amount they modestly spent u
trifle over 126,000 In Honolulu, and
would )ou bcllovo it, actually spent tho
balance In the other districts. They
asked for, and received the samo at tho
last session, but luckily wo had some
brainy, alert joung men representing
us, and they saw to it that the appor
tionment was as follows- O.iliu, $10.
000; Hawaii, $9000; Maul, J6000, und
KaunI sooeo.
And behold the result Honolulu
TIME TABLE
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave thla port as herae
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
8IEIIIIA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
BONOMA APIL 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
VENTURA MAY 16
ALAMEDA MAY 25
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO;
ALAMEDA MAR. 28
SONOMA APR.
ALAMEDA APR. 18
VENTURA APR. 24
ALAMEDA MAY 9
SIERRA MAY IS
ALAMEDA MAY 30
me Is the necessity oT a provision ex-
tending for twenty years.
Mr. O. W, 8mlth. Tho President
recommended If. and tho President
was kind enough to inform mis the oth
er day that ho had gone carefully Into
the matter and had fixed on that pe
riod himself from data he had nt com
mand nnd was prepared to furnish If
necetsary.
Mr. W. O. Smith. In answer to that
question, I think It very likely, from
tho olnt ot view I referred to a whllo
ago. the great difficulty wc have In
making conditions which will attract
the Anglo-Saxon Europeans to come
thoro and stay there, we have got to
havo more access to the land and
more access to markets. It Is very ex
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA-
tics considered desirable, bht at pres
ent nonproductive. During tho year
past the spectacle has been witnessed
of tho treasurer's department of tho
Territory entering suits at law for
these taxes at wholesale. Judgments
have been rendered! but I am not
.ware that any property has been con
fiscated, the government probably con
sidering It unwise to do so.
Kor tho constructing of necessary
public works, tho Territory has alrra
dy borrowed $2,000,000, and a further
loan of $750,000 has been placed, but
the bonds have not been taken over
yet.
The Territory now owes (3,8? 1,000
of bonded' debt, nnd It is considered
unwise to borrow further 'at tho preS'
enVkcwk. and unless we can
Inducements of that kind they will not Iks c.cont.c,"p'a 5' ' 'noro. P"J?";
stay. We want a good class of people '" ""- " u,c. " ""' ,"i "',".
ui,n win mm. nn.i .tnv- lm. with thnt 'houses, but owing to the financial stat-
FASHIONABLE SUITS
t
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
PRICE AT
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
PIANOS
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
C FARIA
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
SUIT FOR
$14.50
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
3222-U
Telephone Main 78
Citv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
steamer.
ORDER8 DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
...- .. . .... I ...!.. ..111 An n ..! . t.dft ..tit It Iknl
CHINEHY or .very capacity and de- "".-"";-';'"'-'"" us they must bo abandoned.
scription made to ordert Boiler work '"'"l" " ,L"' , .;...;... 7 a. I want to particularly call your at
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgctlon f."n",,V" u EhSLi, ro lt'n(ln lho fact that tho Federal
puno.es . so.cl.lty. Particular att.n- 2$?-J&S 'a'nd ?he dlc", ty ot rcv'nuc"' amounting to over $1,000,000
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair. '.,,,.; .,',"" I .'.. ".' . nnnually. aio tnken bodily out of tho
........v .. .1. ... ..!.. wiiiiiiii,i.iii,iii.wnn Tf,llr n.l .!,! . hvn nnll,lnn
wo can not tell what It will tost. As .:V'"v;.";" .1' " ,1 " Ir. ...
limn rn. on tho !. pot tn l. n wuil wu'" w replace luiriii. mis ere-
HAVf U" CJrSI"l SI-'lBDf grailuu, dovelonmPn. ,, lt Ca be f ' ?'. a,S , "'..?
n 1U ,Mnnkl tl.ni I.., flitnl.llalilHK thla 17' a, 1 . iihvm .i..Miiv .i wii. w ..
.Uiuufiuiuuuuiujr iiuuuUl.i . ,., . v.-. ,.,.-- -..,. In Inrnl. .Ilm.
eral fund, entirely In the hands or the nl "" h" v, ,"'. " : ::," , ".i
PRES8ED, REPAIRED
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for arfd deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 196,
Tnrrltnrv whrther II 0(10 0011 nr half a muiivy ran ue unu lur i ivr cciu., mil
SSK-'t m.' . ".irC0'0U r hn'f nihe average citizen of moderate means
l,U,t IP .,W UtMU,,.... ,.
IF. -...a TU ...nnlnM ..n nn.l .In. ' ln
Ul. ha,C, t,IV U'V,11IIH 11' UIIU uv-
compelled to pay', as tho records
vclopmont of our public lands Is a dl-
show-, 9, 10 and even 12 per cent, per
rect benefit to tho Federal Government
LARGE 8T0CK OF
annum.
because our public lands belong to tho ' , ":. r -' S...,.""
In connerjon with tho sailing ot the above steamer, the unti
urepared to issue, to intending passengors, coupon through ticket, by an
railroad Trom 8an Francisco to all points In the United BUtea, an tztm
New York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win Ge Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Ca7 and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Btum.r. of th. abov. companies will call at Honolulu ant)
l.av. thl. port on or about the date, b.low m.ntlon.d:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
ism me
HONOKONQ MARU MAR. 24'sinERIA MAR. 23
KOREA MAR. 29,AMERIOA MARU MAR. 31
COPTICS APR. 7 MONfJOLIA APR. 7
SI1IE1UA APR. II CIUNA APR. 14
AMERICA MARU APR. 21 1 NIPPON MARU APR. 24
MONGOLIA MAY
CHINA MAY
' Call t Manlln.
Itftin tfAV
1 JVIlll, ,.. ..... . .'w .
9 MANCHURIA MAY
r
Japanese Provisions
Sayegusa
United States Government. Wo slm-
i . n i o-iik t r..r',hn. .e most earnest consideration at your
L L s.Ln? I h,.,,?i. v ? ?hn l"1"'18' S"0"'1 ll fr Territorial or
irri.;. Mc'ln'ern ffl, iHe fK.","?"'
1120 NUUANU ST. but also tho President recommends It " o8,,0' ''T," v c o not i iVe.1 tlli
TELEPHONE WHITE 716, -o "W ll..eln.e. of the Federal Ef'S.i Tty' do m.t
n.,..iuiii.ni in w,u i. .). 'nnt It Wlinl l.nrtnr n.n th,.rrr,rl.
FRESH MUSHROOM 8PAWN
FOR 8ALE.
Senator I'ltes. I understand that:
that about $80u.i)O
rould bo madu of this money than to
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
FLORIST
OUNQ BUILDING.
tt w-i ,, i - , ,.. I.. I ..... Kl'iuil. )tu I U Illllli;iMIIIKIl"llR, UI1U IU
)00. Tho Idea had In mind was t , w,gncB1i among
t Is ho necessity to keep n fund 01lrRclv'c,, ,,Cprlveili , ,.oll Bee, of tho
up for twenty years whin you B(,vnt0RcK which accrue to other Tor
JUST RECEIVEO
A large consignment of well-seasoned
KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1162 NUUANU STREET.
P. O. BOX S99.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, 7.50 PER CORQ,
mu ,un nuui-u umi ui.um '"""' HC u for tlu ,i0velopment nf tho Tcr
would meet our school necessities. . "., lsedT
and about $750,000 would nu-et tho r"Tf,VVTprritor Is ui'lnuo Its nr,
SnrnncSS?".,'. . '.l . "..'V .::-" Hl". Wo nro noncontiguous, and of
what
tied
TEL. MAIN 138 might not need ono-balf of tho rove'
nuo or ono-fourth or tho revenue tlmt ni,,KhnorlnB 8tntr8 aml 10 niiVnntnBcs
:, would bo produced by tho Terrllory. of 1riumae comm.r(c.
then tho necessities create another de-
nmr.d. you can npply to Congress.
UflV Tf AHiriiV Mr, G. W. Bmlth. Of fourso whnt
(nlll I IIIinir.K I ever period of tlmo Is fixed on by Con-
'"V" " , -,. ,, ,I, ., ,. limiwi" liun U.H.I-.I iw.i, ,. ,n ....o-
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151. fj; ,"h", '& , rccentag .hould remain ry.xme thoro Is some ono presont
.,. .. , ,.,, ,, ..,, ,r W,BV u' llrvlc"' h " it-iii"!" wj, insist upon being heard further,
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI. lho same. romm,co ,,,,,, niiJollrn.
The Chairman. I think there Is a ,., ,,, a.,, , ,.hnir ,i.
HP CIINM'Q BLOOD ANB f1reuS?e"?1?,,,?,!S11?,ll"f.1!,',cJS,n '"i'all I wish to extend our thanks
Mil" MNN yrRUFTnilin .?' '. " 11. r" I r ',;. fr th, hearing given and tho courtesy
rivuMuun (ivn-wimi," . v.. -...... .... Blinwn !!
i J , ' ,,nnUinff' T'! Chairman. W. are much obllg
,.."m.nf .,'' r"SlnS o yqu ftentlemon. Wo wanted to
tearing out hllr by the handfuls, with
nny empty treasury, and shrieking for
county assistance. Kauai, painting
nnd tcpalrlng lho surprised school
bouses und teachers' cottages, mending
fences, etc., and a balance In the treas
ury. Indeed a painful pictures to Ho-nolulultes.
Wo have no school policemen, and
tho chlldicn 3tay nt homo whenever
they please, but It Is comforting to
Know thai tnoy novo mose usciui crit
ters, and Janitors, too. In town, and
that a systematic effort Is being mndo
to beautify lho school grounds, fur
which Knuals sharo of the Income tax
comes In very handy. To bo sure,
many of our children sit three In a scat,
and drink wrigglers and muddy water,
but such minor discomforts are cheer
fully borno when they reflect on the
happy lot or tho Honolulu children, in
largo airy rooms Willi comiortauiu
scats, and the scent of roses In their
nostrils. The salaries of our teachers
aro so small that II Is Impossible to
secure a sumclcnt number of licensed
ones to teach, and wa havo to supply
the deficiency with Inexperienced girls
without certificates.
"And say, did you hear that Dele
gate- Mclncrny, of tho Wild (iooso
Commission, triumphantly produced n
photograph of n now school house lu
Honolulu, and said to tho Houso Com
mittee In Washington, 'That shows
what we aro doing out there. That
building cost over $15,000.'
"Now Is seems to me that was very
unwise. It would havo been very much
moro to the point If ho had shown pho
tographs of tho buildings nt Kealla and
Molo.in, for Instance, and said: 'That Is
why wo need and ask for the 75 per
lent refund.'
"Verily, county government la great,
but It will bo greater when Honolulu
Is legislated Into a municipality, and
wc. lime to send 20 per cent Instead of
50 per cent of our Income to tho Ter
ritorial Government. Then farewell to
dust nnd mini.
"Well. I guess I'll bo moving," nnd
rutting a handful of cigars and tho box I
of matches In his pocket, ho went out
and down lho street towards Llar'H
corner.
for g.n.ral Information tpply to
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,, a
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Serrics between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom tVow Yorlc to Honolulu
8.8. "CALIFORNIAN" '. to sail APRIL 5
8.8. "ALASKAN" to sail MAY 1
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Stroct, South
Brooklyn.
From San Prnnclsco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" . . . . to .all MAR. 22
8.8."NEBRA8KAN" to Mil APRIL 12
Freight received at Company's Wharf, rjrecnwlcn Btreet.
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to San Pronc!co.
6.8. "NEVADAN" to .all APRIL t
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" to .all APR. 22.
Proti Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" ull APRIL 6-
8.8. "NEVADAN" to .all APR. 27
For further Information apply at
H. Hackfeld 6b Co., Lt
A. C.
rltnrlcs by reason ot their situation to
Tho Chrtlrman, .Wo would be very
glad to hear you at greater length It
nny ccntlrmun dr.slres to bo further
heard, but the tlmo for the Senate to
concno has arrived nnd It Is nieeit-
C. P. MORSE,
G.n.ral Freight Ag.nL
AGENTS, HONOLULU.
HAWAIIAN 80NOS.
Kvcry tourist should take homo one
of our Aloha Collections of 43 Hawaii
an songs, Price $1.50.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
STiblrtlatlUltmeiHIm.ntnit IUHIU
Msk. Flash and suenath for Sick tino ties that aro collected thore.
C."gr',?nVrnV.VroS":rTohVed"wooZ Senator Piles.
ei by maklnB strong, rlort red blood.
resist It. Sold b DruscM ' 7S ots n boi
I am seeking Information on
cheoksdlsensany alvlnicyau strength tc tho Idea.
b DruiBM 70 CtSRDOI, .,. . .,.... , ... n ,ln .. I,n, lu
or 3 bo... tor .4.. or mn. -d on receipt mo uuji- i m. i. uu """.'
know what tln facts arc. You havo
Brloe. Writeueobout Home Treatment
R. BOSANKS CO.. Philadelphia, Po
JUBILEE
INCUBATORS
ii.e suujec wl '" "" " "l ,;, ti fomo a long distance to ho heard, nnd
fair and right by Hawaii, but u tho . . . .
r?inJSSTteS ??; '- wh,c" ha- ,vcn '"
...-- ... . nnnnul.ee fna II ..-.-.-,
stati:mi:nt ok a. h. i.oi:ni:N- I
8TP.IN. j
Mr. Locbenstcln. I should llko to
rnmrcsa unoii jour rommlttce, Mr.
TJB Fine Job Printing at th. Bul
letin office.
Legal Notices.
0 FOR o
SODA WATER
OF THE VERY DEBT QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
mim SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871,
FRE8H CUT FLOWER8 AND A
CHOICE A880RTMENT OF I8L
AND CURI08 AT THE
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
HOTEL ST.
Clothe. Cleaned and Pressed by th.
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. F.rn, Manager.
Richard, near Queen 8U. All tele
phone message, promptly attended to.
U 11 MnPUCeilCV 9 OnilO Chairman, that this n"c8-un Is not
nil Hi ITIuUIILOIlLI 00 OUI10 ulong to lm viewed rrom a mcro nnan
Tho committee, at 12 o'clock meri
dian, adjourned
(Concluded.)
IHTC Pi
LIMITED.
rial standpoint of comparisons, but al
so from the broader point of view
sentimental If you will of American
Ism and national spirit You found up'
a ,llctlnir nnHnnnlllv friinrnnt nPil tiV
vmielve nn.l conrormed to by other There will ho a rehearsal of thu final
that suits evervon.'s tast. I. th. on. ?,i,. ,,w,.r Thu nrrnML-.-nu-nt net of "Tho Cheerlul Liar at which
The Lunch
llPWHrit
terved by th.
Royal Annex
OPP. POLICE 8TATI0N.
Special Sale
nr
PI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE market by tho then existing reclproc-
WIRE CLOTH at
wns of course meroly temporary It " parucipnnis niu uxir-l-iv-ii in m-
had' to 'kU w.y to 11 e broader propo- "f "" ""' '"' "'
sltlon of an Americanism under your niH and clever dolus- tho phty car-
own protection, nnd whllo It was a log- rle a moral well worth the IrarnlnB.
Ica result and consummated when it As ho business manager of the com
w-m for ho furtherance or our own no- l'ny Is very anxious to dona o toward.
Uonal prestige and power, It .found us h Kon Orphanage a good and sub-
:." .";- :'..... '.i '.iuin tan la amount, enough to gladden
tho advan age. "f a . open Amer can to hearts or those connected with tho
wX'then rSKn. roelnro'c". Institution, on Raster Sunday, tho pub-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned, having been duly
rnd legully appointed Administrator of
tho Kstato of Hannah Fisher, deceased,
lute of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby glvei,
notlco to ull creditors of said deceased
to present their claims, duly authen
ticated und with proper vouchers, If
any oxlst, oven If tho claim lu secured
by murtgago upon real cstato, to him,
said Administrator, at his place of bus
iness, 93$ Port Street, Honolulu, with
in Blx months from tho day of tho llrst
publication hereof, or the same will be
forevor hatred.
Dated: Honolulu, March IS. 1000,
RICHARD 11. THi:.S'T,
Administrator of tho Kstato of HannuU
Klshero, Deceased.
K. M, WATSON,
Attorney for said Administrator.
3333-Meh C, 23, 30, Apr. 0, 13,
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamship Company.
Steamers of the above line, running In conLectlon with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver D. C, and Sydney, N. I. W,
and calling -t Victoria, D. C Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, ui
DUE AT HONOw'.ILU oh or about the date, below .Uted, vis.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From Sydney and Brliban.
(For Drisbano and Sydnoy) I (For Victoria nnd Vancouver, B. C.Y
MIOWr.HA APRIL '.'MOANA ATOIb
MOANA MAY 5 MAHENO MAY
MAIIKNO . Jl'Ni: 2 AORANOI - . MAY 30
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Buiee erne
Europe. For Freight and Passa and all general Information apply tc
Tlieo. II. Davl f & Co.. Ltd. General Agents:-
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street,
BRANCH HU8TACE PCCK CO, LTD.
Having baggago coutneta with the following Steamship Co.'. Line.:
Oce.nto Stram.hlp Co. Pacific Mall Steam. hie Co.
Occld' its I & Orl.ntal Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Ktsen Kaisha Steamship C.
We check your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving jru tke troakU
and ennoyance ot checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggago checked on steamers of alfvo comi.-.0s and iff
cred with quickness and dispatch at your home..
TELEPHONE MAIN 88.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vie. Presla.nt; J, L. MoLea
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedgt, Auditor; Frank Huetae.
Mkn.g.r. '
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MlEIN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN B
Firewood, Stove and Steam Cobl
Wa call for and rIMIv.r,
A. FERNANDEZ & SOU,
Nos. 44-60 King St, ' .-cy BlorW, b.L
Nuuanu and 8mlth St..; T.I. aln 189.
y "Sitin whicli ".T. of u. bene'hTed Jlc should turn out to .e. the Play, or
,, .... - , i.j-.i UUy IICKU1H 1(1 UK, 111 II1U RUUU WUIIte
Whin however wi 'wero merged ns Kvery cent will be accounted for to
a ? Ton "orireYnteguS.oT't'hmiB",: ""'Vi 1 rc
.i , it u,i,iin utiii nnim-. age, so that the public Is secured
thoS privileges o? an open Amerl- """-t "X -H on he part of tho
. m.ibt "te fmmii Hi min promoters of tho cntortalnmont, or
?.?lar,k",:.,!1e-h,aHf0 Zl Vw ni. anyone else connected with It. Ho-
Dyeing extra. the Bulletin office.
"For Rent" tarda on al at Imized by tariff legislation that has "nyon!
beecVed ngre..? It has or tal th.rtte. opens on'3338.3t
POUND MASTER'8 NOTICE.
Notlco Is horcby givon that tho anl
mala described below havo been Im
pounded In tho Oovcrnmcnt pound at
Mahlkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and tin
lest tho pound fees and cstray on road
aro sooner satisfied, will be sold at
tho dato boreafter named, according
to law:
Mar. 20, 1006 Whlto horso; no brand;
has rlngbnno on right foot,
Tl.n oliovo animal will be sold on
Saturday, March 31st, 1906, at 12
o'clcck noon, If not called for before
tho dato" mentioned.
WILLIAM J. KAIIRATTI.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK 8AND.
TELEPHONE MAIN
Our $65 White ICE
bronze monuments
Pound Master.
ar. marvel, of beartv and du
rability. They stand S feet 8
Inches, the four side, are fit
ted with removable tablet,
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "Th. Scientific American"
a. moiajroof and strictly
.v.rla.tlrig.
FRED. HARRISON,
So'. Agent for l.land. Box 184,
Yoshikawa
The Bike Doctor. I have a big
stock of wheel.. Repalrtna
our specialty. Wheel. Rent
ed. Two Store.: 1S3 King it.
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing u The BullU
OBce.
Manufactured from
ping distilled wata
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous driven.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ct
Kewalo, Telephone Blue Silt
BUILDING MATERIALS
OF ALL KINDS.
Daalert In Lumber and Ccr-J
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
Ctus.n St, Honolulu.
Yoi Get
SANITARY PLUMBING AND
TIN8MITH WORK
it RIQHT PRICES when you orcHr
from
S K. AKI & CO.,
1028 SMITH STRCKT
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