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BVENINO BOM.BTIN. HONOLULtJ, T. H., THUI18DAY, JAN. 11, 1806.
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A Men's VICI KID, BLUCHER CUT, Medium
Wide Toe, Winter Weight, Waterproof Sole.
A Boot That Men Commend
That You Will Value.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
aA I a! Pi f vnn havp
fvi 'hj&jlr we win de,iver
Wr ltoyou now $50'00
gg W (FiftyDoIIars)worth of Fur
niture, Rugs, Matting, &c,
W' the ba,ance on Easy payments
fflfr 0ur Prices are the lowest; our goods
pthe best, and your Credit with us is Good.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably to, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no more ob
tainable. This Is a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co.
are perfectly reliable and sup.
ply pure foods only. Their Vine,
gars fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
State In the Union but of every
country In the world. We sell
and place our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole
Heinz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Yinegar
lieinz Cider Yinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
One gallon of W. P. FULLER'S
Pure Prepared Paint
on account of Its perfect preparation,
will cover a much larger area of sur
face than a hand-mixed lead and oil
paint. The cost of labor Is double the
cost of the paint It costs as much to
zpply Inferior paint as It does pure
paint. Adulterated and cheap paint
win iaae, lose us gioss ana perisn in
4k very short time. W, P. Fuller . &
Co.'s Pure Prepared Paint will wear
for years and retains its superior fin
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINO 8T.
Headquarters for automobiles with
splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALIHI, and other dsslrobls lecalltlss
Alio 1 JUMP-8EA1' BUCHSOAIID,
esona-basd; food as new.
Go on the safe side and guard
against loss of time through ac
cident by taking out a policy
with the Employers' Liability
Assurance Corporation. The
contract Is honest and liberal
and Is honestly and liberally In
terpreted and you cannot afford
to be without It.
Bishop Zf Co.
924 BETHEL STREET.
Secretary II, I Wood of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee yesterday utter
roon inndo report to the Chamber of
Commerce, ns follows:
Jan. 8. 1000.
Mr. v. 3. Lowroyt President Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce, City.
Dear Sir- It sites mo great pleas-
uro to report that tho work of tho Ha
all Promotion Commlttco continues
to mako n satisfactory showing, Ai
ou can well understand It Is icry dif
ficult to point to this or that accom
plishment and say that tho results aro
duo entirely or In part to tho efforts
of tho Promotion Committee, jet 1
have no hesitation In asserting posi
tively that cffcctlvo work has been
and Is being done, and that largely as
tho result of tho Commlttco's work, tho
tourist season for 1903-1906 will prota
to bo tho best Honolulu Jias ever en
loyed. Our advertising Is also attracting
homoseekors nB Is nmply evidenced by
the continued Increase of Inquiries for
tlty residence lots and Improved prop
erties, tiicfo lias been a notable stif
fening of the realty market within tho
past three or four months.
One of tho best barometers of travel
Is tho local hotel patronage. Attach
(d to this report aro statements of bus
iness for the years 1004 nnd 1905, from
tho Alexander Young, Itoynl Hawaiian
kiid Moana Hotels which make a most
ratlslactory showing. To obtain addi
tional and corroboratlvo data I wroto
(o 31 r. George J.ycurgtis of Hllo, who
forwarded me the following statement:
Arrjvals at Volcano House.
January 74 S3
I'cbruary 89 224
March 138 223
April 10t 122
May 71 81
Juno 71 117
July 133 191
August 1SI 1S3
September GO 82
October 85 85
November 76 120
December 40 103
Total 1106 10)9
or an Increase of practically fifty per
Mr. Illdgood, manager of tho Hale
'wa Hotel, Informs mo also that tho
busluciv of his hotel was 50 better
in 1905 than in 1904.
Om prhato boarding houses aro al
ready well tilled and there Is Immedi
ate need of additional accommodation
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 11, 1905.
NAME OF STO Ip.u UfitTDIJ AWJ
C Brrwtr ft Co ..
cwm riantatioti co .u.
Hawaiian Aarlcultur I Co
Haw Com t Sugar Co.,
Hawaiian Surar Co
Honornu Sugar Co
Honnklt Sugar Co
Hilkii Sugar Co--
Kahuliii Piarrtailon Co..
Klbtl I tarnation Co Ui
Klpabulu Sugar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co . ,. .
McHryd -.tigarCo -.
Gahu Sugar Co , i.
Onamaa Sugar Co..
Ookala Sugar Plant Co
OUa Sural Co LM .
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co
racinc augar mill......
Pala Plantation Co ...
P.ptto Sua-ar Co
Plonm Mill Co -
Walalua Agricultural Co
Walljiiu Suoar Co ....
Walluku Sugar Co Set
Walmanalo Sugar Go
latanae Hill Co
lnttr-lrl.nl Stf.ra N Co
Hawaiian EKctrlc Co
Hon IITiLCji Cm
Mutual Talf(ihon Co
wanu KaL - -
Hllo Railroad Co
Hon. tl. t' M. (.0
liaar icrri a)4P c
Haiku Sugir Co 6 pc
Haw Com at Sug Co spc
naw avgar mope ...
Hon It T A L (. a b c
Kanuku Plant Co 6 p c
OrhuH fV LCoSpc
Oahu Sugar Co 6 pc
wiaa sugar K.Q ope...
Pala Plant I
Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c .
50 J i
Sales Met. Hoards. 3J 0. It. & I
Co., JS9.5 ISO O. It. & U Ci i89 SO;
10 Oahu .Sugar Co, 95j IS Klhcl.
$8.12i. b'osslon: CO Millrde, G, IS
McHryde, G; 25 Mcllrjde, J, r,00
Hllo II. It Cs, C5; 33 Klhrl, S.12V..
I aba. ft .... ...!. (, ..
i4vci, sugar qug.siiiun. j. ccnis;
$74.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.71 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 l-4d
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND DOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Dond E
920 fORT ST. TEL. MAIN 11
IF YOU BUY OR SELL 8T0CKS OR BONDS OR DESIRE A LOAN ON
SUGAR SECURITIES AT A LOW RATE cr .NTEREST, CALL UP
Geo. P. Thielen,
AIN 21. 920 FORT ST, P. O. I
A BARREL OF MONEY TO ' LOAN !
PHONE MAIN 21.
P. O. BOX 441.
The Ladles' Society of Central Union
Church will give a
. At the Home of
F. J LOWRY
January 16, 1906.
A limited number of 'tickets only
In that lino If no nro going to prop
erly tako care of tho Increasing num
'jcr of visitors.
Tho proprietors of our livery stables
Inform me that they had tho best bus
iness In December they liavo known
lor years, and from conversation with
h number of our retail merchants I
learn that they uro well satisfied with
their holiday trade
That conditions generally aro lm
orovlng Is cldcnccd In many ways.
Hank deposits aru Increasing.
Fewer mortgages and more releases
rc being recorded.
Postage stamps sales for tho ycara may be had of Mrs. G. F. Bush, 165!
1901 and 1005, which bavo been kindly Kewalo St., and Mrs. A. Gartley, Col
lurnisneu uy .Mr. rratt, snow a ncaitny,iege Mills.
Quarter Ending 1904. 190S.
June 30 . .
Sept. 30 .
Dec. 31 .
. an iiiutruiiuu oi liiu wurK ueiiii, ...... i ..,..,, .i, ,.,., .n... .. ,,..
tarried on by jour Commlttco I would am ,s t0 rcm,cr c(fctlvo M',co ,
stato that by tho steamer Slber a, sail- our cll nml , wt,n (,10
Int. Timin.v itll, uo r.i.u n .il.nl Tun ...
"'." ,':"', .. ""-"" ""Islands generally.
Thousand (2,000) I'ostcrs calling at ii..snctlullv submitted.
ii. r. wood,
closely In touch with our citizens. We
feel that a general Interest has been
ri Tin ui tir. inn it
" ii A 1 c nnons ro,lscU wlllcl1 wo ,rmt ma u"'1 t0
" Ji'ISn'SH ;!,,,, awaln sympathy nnd securo hearty
"tiM lliilio, "'PPtf not only of the district lm-
.sfl&,JIJ.7J U, BBS ail lirrl.r1lT,n..t Jan l.nt titan fn tli.i rrnn.
icntlon to tho Mid-Winter Floral I'a'
rado to be held February 22d next,
lliesc posters will bo distributed along
ilio I'ailflc Coast from Victoria to
tan Diego , lly tho same steamer there
Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
In response to our rcrjucst wo beg
were sent out about Ono Thousaudl. ,,.,'. '. i,i' ,tn i
(1,000) circular letters and as many tn0 t' cnterlalned by this hotel
pamphlets advertising T Hawaii along rillrlrf ,ho v.Br. ,!)0. -....flOR.
different lines. Wo also mailed nearly
eno hundred letters In answer "to de
No segregation has been kept of lo
cal nnd tourist guests, but It Is tho
opinion of tho ofllco forco that tho
An oscillating mimeograph has Just nronortlons have been maintained at
been Installed In tho office which is tho name relation during tho period
going to provo of great assistance
A special folder dealing with climat
ic conditions is In course of prepay
Tho figures aro mado up by taking
the totalB of tho houso count for tho
1904 .... 13,710
1905 .... 21,432
Divided Into months the results aro
tlon and, when printed, copies will bo'yeara. Thcso figures Bhow
tent, to every pnysician in liiu uuiieu
States and Canada accompanied by a
circular letter calling attention to tho
many advantages olCcrrcd by Hawaii
as a health resort.
Wo aro also preparing to reach ov
cry member of tho National Education,
al Association beforo they arrive In
San Frnnclsio next July.
wo aro endeavoring to mauo our
looms moro and more attractive and
hope sincerely that etcry membor of
tho Chamber of Commerce as veil as
our citizens generally may find It con
cnlcnt to drop In occasionally and In
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
Itcmnnnt ealo at Whitney & Marsh's
begins Monday next.
Dost cup Hawaiian coffee In tho city
at New England llakcry.
Tho steamer Nllhati left last evening
for nicclo for sugar.
Tho steamer Mlkahala leacs today
at r p. m for Kauai ports.
Mrs. I)lckcr$on's sale of millinery Is
still on Hats at half price
Attend the regular Friday sale at1
Morgans and gel what ou want
Tho 8. S. Coptic left San Francisco
jestcrday. She Is duo hero Jan. 17th.
Seven Chinese gamblers tocro fined
13 nnd costs In tho police court this
Tho transport Thomas, from San
Francisco with ono day's later mall, Is
Tho trespass suit of Tom Oun t.
Thos. V. McTlghe Is being heard before
-juugo do noit today.
The schooner Alice Cooke left Port
uamblo last Saturday with a cargo for
the quarantine wharf.
Tho steamer Claudlnc came In tlilj
morning from Maul ports, She brought
a number of passengers.
Tho taso aualnst It. W. Condon, ao
t'ti&cd of ihlld stealing, was nolled lu
Uio l'ollco Court this morning.
Charles M. Neal, tho custom house
Inspector, grcntly resembles tho lato
Scnntor John J. Ingnlls of Kansas.
The ktcanier Iv.alanl after being oer
hauled, will lcno within a few days
for Knual ports for a cargo of sugar
I. M. Whltchouso, tho contractor,
has mot cd his offlco from room 5!) In
tho Vmng building to rooms 25 and 20,
Wong Kan, tho gunsmith formerl)
located at 935 Ucthcl street, is now orj
Nuiianu bitwicn King and Merchant
Tho steamer Nccnu went Into tho In
tor-Island repair dock this morning to
bo overhauled for the annual Inspection
of hulls and boilers.
Mrs. Taylor, the florist, has freth
mm broom spiwn for sale, nlso cholie
roiei nnd c armtlons, lolets, etc. Alex
andra louug utilldlnK. Tel. Main 339
Catherine Ktatinul was beforo Judgi
Whitney this morning on a charge ot
larceny In tho second degree. She Is
bald to lmc stolen tho sum of f 23.25
from Miss Wong Kong, a school tcaiu
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins arrived
this afternoon from Walmanalo with
1.000 bags of sugar. About 2.000 bags
nro awaiting shlpmcut at tho Walma
Tho Washington delegation Is being
litrnlshed with copies of correspond
rnco between Governor Carter nnJ
President Itooscvrlt, Senator Foraker
Congressman Hamilton and Forester
Tho assault and battery case of Paul
Ohclo and Hullmoku Is being tried be
foro Judge Itoblnson today. Tho de
fendants aro charged with having as
raulted a Chinese at Kallhl In Novcm
Stephen Umauma and John IC Na-
kookoo, charged with libel on Curtlrl
laiikca, this morning filed retractions
hlmllar to the ono 'published oxclu
lively In Tho Uullctlo estcrday. Theli
cases were thereupon nolle prosd.
The steamer Nocati arrived this
morning from Hawaii ports. Shu
brought 35 head of cattle, Cane cut
ting on tho Honokaa plantation will
begin next Monday. The Kukulhaela
mill has been grlndlug since January
After an interval ot about four
weeks tho Honolulu Symphony Socloty
will start tho regular rehearsals on Fri
day, tho 12 th Instant, at 8 o'clock sharp.
A full attendanco Is assured and a
program for a concert shortly to bo
given will bo taken up.
Tho Sllverton buoy, picked up two
jciur ago by tho sjeamer J, A. Cum
mins, was to liavo been shipped jes
tcrday on tho S, 8. Ventura and tuken
to tho Colonies for use. Later It was
decided to keep tho buoy here, and It
will bo again unloaded from the truck
nnd stored at tho Oceanic wharf for fn
An unusually tall man with au m
prcsslvo and emphatic New York at
mosphere, Is attracting considerable
attention In tho business district. He
is W. A. Warm, district superintendent
lor tho Mutual Llfo Insurance Com
pany of New York, and has started tho
now year by establishing an office up
fctalrs on Fort street adjoining tho prl
ato offlco of County Treasurer Trent.
Honolulu Templo No. 1, Hathbono
Sisters, hold their Installation ot offi
cers Monday evening In K. ot P. hall.
The following of (leers were Installed
for tho ensuing term: Most Excellent
Chief, Kwalanl Dayton: Excellent Se
nior, Marguerlto Ferguson; Excellent
Junior, Jcnnlo Jacobsen; Mistress of
Itccnrds nnd Correspondence draco
O'llrlcn; Mistress of Finance, Florenco
I.. I.ee; proctor, Mrs. u. P. Erlckson;
(luard, Hazel Crano; Past Chief, Salllo
I.. Williams; Past Chief Ida Turnor
acted as installing officer. After in'
stallatlon ceremonies tho slstors and
brothers returned to tho banquet room,
where Ilrother II. T. Mooro acted as
toastmastcr for tho evening and thoro
wero speeches and recitations.
(sat !&i i4 ?
If you drink beer don't be satisfied f
with any old brew. Demand the besL
Is the best and a more pleasant or
healthful beverage It would be Impos
tlble to find. If you are unacquainted
with Its merits, order a case and be
AU kinds licrc Rings ami
Pint and Studs and liar
rings, Ztid Brooches and
Chains, liverythiug up-to-date
in design and iiroinxly
M. R. COUNTER
f LOVE BLOCK. .. f ..FORT 8TREET QJ
THE BULLETIN, 75c pep month
vcstlgato tho work being done, at the,Febriiury 1339
eamo time giving tho Secretary tho March 1592
benefit of such suggestions ns may Anrll 1300
como to thorn. May 1750
Ono man or a half dozen men may'juno 8H
not bo able to do much, but whore a jny 951
community Is harmoniously banded to- August 92tl
gether, their power of accomplishment September E91
is practically unlimited. I October 972
It Is most gratifying to noto tho in-ovomuer 1172
creasing Interest shown In tho plan December 1272
tor district Improvement. Kalmukl'a, Trusting that these aro tho figures
vlcorOUS Clllb will SOOn bo duplicated wnntnil nnrl rnnirrntlllatlnr. thn Ilnunll
in every pan 01 1110 cuy; in mci, mo Promotion Committee on tho work,
...i.Tn laimi.i to iinnnminr. lanvnnaii
THE MOST DELICIOUS CHAM
PAQNE IN THE AGE.
The choice of the Rulers of the
World's Great Nations. Sines 1R1R
this wine has been served as the best'
on the tables of all the Monarchs of
Europe and Asia.
Quails, Pints, and Half Pints
Lewis & Company
SOLE AGENT8. 1
169 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 240.
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
la enjoyable to children and pa
Desldes the wonderful collec
tion of anlmi'3 and birds, trier
are other delights too numerous
It means all-year-round relief
from unpleasant kitchen duties
building fires, carrying wood
or coat, unnecessary cleaning,
etc. A Gas Water Heater will
supply water In any quantity.
Doth for sale by dealer and
HONOLULU GAS GO.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
dr. j, t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours:
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, Tho Afca.
snder Young Hotel. Telephone) Call!'
20 per cent, cheaper than told by
other dealers. Doors, screen doora
sash and builders' hardware.
C. D. REYNOLDS,
Alakea 8t., mauka 8allor Home.
Maitca ruh and Strength for Sick mmd
NrvouWomn Stops wknMj4Uhr
si bv muklnix strong, rich red biootf
chsoksdlaeassby Blvlnsyou stTsnttta to
rsilatlt. Bold b Druggs s(7etsalKMu
or 3 boiss for or mnu.Ki on rs-osMpc oa
r a KMjiaa ori. ur mnii,i vn tvusjmi
Brio. Writs us about Mom TrMtmmtu
R. OOSANKO CO. Philadelphia Pa
MM FOR SCHOOLS
Bine Job Prlntlnc at Tho Bulletin
whole Island Is becoming leavened
with tho desire to clean up and lm-
I prove. No stop could liavo been taken
by your Promotion Commlttco that
would havo brought Its working morejjjr j,cen published,
(Slg.) i:. M. IIOYD,
Tho Young Hotel figures bavo alrca-
Thn Civic Federation met jeatorday
afternoon. V. D, McStoiker was elect
cd to succeed 0, V. Smith, resigned,
not becatieo ho was not In sjmpathy
ulth the vrork but because ot a inultl
illclty of other duties,
A resolution was adoptedIn effect
that the committee made up ot I)r C
I). Wood, Thco. Richards and I' U
ilorno believes that tho health ot the
pupils In the public schools Is of the
prut Importance and, knowing that
their general health Is Influenced by
tho water they drink and beltoviug the
supply coming through the ordinary
taps Is unhealthy, tho Hoard ot Public
Instruction Is petitioned to use Its best
endeavors to provide distilled water.
Tho Federation Is also out agalust
Indecent photographs In Oriental storo
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS ,
. or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E W.Jordan & Co., Ltd
11 37 Fort Street