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iMHBMiiHiiWiHiia WA1LUKU tlllSNS
jE flSBs " ELECT OFFICERS
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iAm Co 5.50 1
A Men's VICI KID, BLUCHER CUT, Medium
Wide Toe, Winter Weight, Waterproof Sole.
A Boot That Men Commend
That You Wtll Value.
McSnerny Shoe Store
it ii' fiv OBI r 'SV',7fA-.3r,.'
V'iasm 1 3.1 fir
'S3 1 ffs&sJ-iy
JfKlTf"i rlfi..r-li i r r-.
Our prices are
the best, and your
Coyne Furniture Co,
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably o, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are-no more ob
tainable. This Is a mjitaken
Idea, however. H. J. Helnz 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
Heinz Cider Yinegar
H. HackfekU Co., Lid,
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
Is enjoyable to children and pa
Desldes the wonderful collec
tion of anlmr'3 and birds, thsr
are other dailghts too numerous
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN J3.
If you have,
llV.mr ,., ...Ill J-l!
pr we win uBiiYer
fn vmi nnw 5 Rfl on
isar riiivLoiiarsiwonn 01 fur
Rugs, batting, &c,
the balance on Easy Payments.
the lowest; our goods
Credit with us is Good.
One gallon of W. P. FULLER'8
Pure Prepared Paint
on aecount 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
epply Inferior paint as It does pure
paint. Adulterated and cheap paint
will fade, lose Its gloss and perish In
very short time. W. P. Fuller &
Cos Pure Prepared Paint will wear
for years and retains its superior fin
ish. Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING ST.
De on the safe sldo and guard
against loss of time through ac
cident by taking out a policy
wth tho 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 & Co.
924 BETHEL STREET.
line Job Frlntlnt at Tbe Bulletin
(SprrM to Tho llullcttm
Wnllukti. Maul, Jan. liTlie Wal
Iiiktt 1 111 li rtm' m cm Association licltl its
monthly mcotlns last evening at the
wnniiMi (ouri nouse aim a large nuui
t . . ... . . ... .......'
i.er ot incinucrB were present, as tins
was tho occasion for the annual eleti
tlou of offli or j for the yiar.
Tho sccrctnry read several letters o'
Inquiry ulikh had been addressed to
tho Apsoclatlon on matters relating to
local imnnncment, which roecl rd
proper consideration, after which tho
announcement or the election of ofllcers
was made liy the president, which was
ilnnlapn.l In n-.tni. n..l ...... I. .....
;.. .. v :' ",u . "" ' '" "i"::
lolloping persons were tho choice of wiiukuSuatr Co Scr
tho mcinljcra; D. A. Wadaworth, j)rc- wMmUA"
Uent; V. J. Coclho, vice president; MiiciLLANtOUs"
Chnn. W. Wilcox, secretary; C I). Luf. Lnyvtfrn55f,'ViCo
Kins, trensurer; cxeuitUo lommlttco. HSTftLcSl'S.':
J. N. S. Williams, Hugh Howell, Hugh Hon h T c L Co Com -Cohe.
W. A. McKay, It. W. Killer. C U. yAWy7
Copelnnd, and L. M. Ilaldwln. The re HiioHaiirojiCo
tlrlnK presldtnt, I). II. Cose, and seer- ,,on' u bonds
tary, J. t.arda, were ghen a voto of HawTenpc innci
iiiHiiKB iur inu eeruu rcnuerca uunuj
the past year.
MAUI SCOTTISH RITE
lion K I NLUipU
J. I. Tm Ker. .13d degree, returned to fKf ' l'lJ.ni c 6 p c
tiny from n trip to Maul, where ho I1.13 oihuSug.rcSepe Z
nuot! ti rcprt'-ontathe of District Den OiaaSugar Coopc...
u,iII,K,.c?,T..,111 ,K,tall.,n? R'VuSrc.-i-.""
or the StottlKh Kite. Tho lotlKes are wiaiu AuricCu6pc
the Ian Lodge of Perfection, Ilnleakala MclWt .....
lolp of Hopn Croix and Pacific Coun-
MAKE MAUI SODA WATER.
(Special to The ItulktlH) I
Wnllnuii. Maul. Jan. 12. I'no stocU-
holders ot tho Hygcla Soda and lee
Works of Knhtiltil, Maul, held their nil-'
luial meeting last wvcU ami elected tho
tollonlug olIKerB for the entiUlng J car;
II. r. Ualilwln, presldont; It. V. Filler,
l(i president; I). C. Lindsay, treasur
er; Walter Knglc, smt'tary. Hoard of
Ulreitors: II. 1 llaldnln, W. I.owcl,'
K room bur, and Jas. Scott. ,
The company has now Installed a
complete outfit o( machinery for mak-
Ing soda and lie. besides n fine stotago'
tor Keeping Ircsh meats, ntid similar I
cataiiles; the proipects for the presont
year are ery trli;lil uml tho compauyi
ileal i ilea to uu a lilg business.
Fine Job I'rlntlns at Tho HtilletlD
I of Knilos li Ur. II. II. Uinesar Is nM.r. sl3:50. UM0 a & , . (. r
Imi.Im ,"' ' '"" orBnnl7atlona. Tho tn- 1()3 '$0(l0 0 & u Co ,. .'
stallntlot ...cupled tl.rc otonlngH and m Wnalla Gk, $100; loo lln Sur
Lo.cd m, a banquet celebrating the c 32X0. llj0 ,?,,, f8.25. -,
vent. I rank Thompson and K. C. llol:nnt $12-7S. . HonoK;n, $Io7.,. M
uiu ii iiDnisit'u i uciivr.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
nustnng agents, t
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
(Continued from Page 1.)
to pieces. The man boarded tho rear
end of the train wlilcu was to curry tliu
commlssloncis auuy. Ho was stopped
by guards and naked to ulvo an exciifco
for his iueer action. A few minutes af-,
terunids there uas a terrible explosion
and the man and part of tho railway
car uerv demolished. It Is l)cl(eoU1
the ussaslii had tho ilynaiulto bomb
concealed about his waist.
Tho commissioners had si narrow C3-'
tape. They hud Jiut tueppod out upon
the car's plutform mid wcro blddiuu
goodbye to tho Mist tiirung of C'iilu
cto that had gathered nt tho station to
witness the clepurturo of tho inont lm
loitunt commission that has ever left
China, rortunately only one of tliu
party was Injured, l'rlnce Tasl Tech,
the commissioners oscaplui; without a
'i'ho oxploslon was followed by n
panic-. Tho ioplo rcalUeil at once
that an attempt, hud been made to us
r.asfrluato tho Emperor's special rcpro
sontuthes. Hurried conferences wcro
held and as a icsult It was decided to
postpone tho trip.
Investigations wero begun at onc?
and precautions taken to prctcnt art
other occurrence of tho kind. Finally
It was decided that tho Commissioner
should wult until some tltuo tu Decem
ber beforn making another start on
the tour of the world. '
Consul Chung Tso Fan was seen to
day by a Iliillctln rcportor retarding
the report. Ho read of tho affair in tho
Chinese papcm and stated that as yet
the police of 1'cklu had arrived at no
reason for the deed of tho man. Ths
Consul stated that neither Commis
sioner Tuan Fang or Commissioner Tut
Hliig Chi expressed any fear of dan
ger while hero. Tho Consul had been
notified In advanco of tho 1'ekln mat
ter and through Governor Carter re
quested the wvIcch of tho pollccwhlio
tho dlgnltarlis were lu Honolulu.
An cifort was made to keep thn mat
ter from tho public Few, with the ex-
NOW WE'RE OFF? T
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everthin; FIRST!
CLASS MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT ST. OPP. LOVE LDt
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 13, 1905.
NAME OF STOCK
C Hrcwvr A Co t,ooo,trxt
Ewt pimution Co .. ' JtOo.ooo
Hawaiian Acrft-uthVI Cu! I.tooow
t6 16 I 4
tiiw com h aueir v.o 1 ".!
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Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu bugar Co
, HonoCu s"ir Co
niu uct io.
fer.hnli, Plant. tlnfl
Kahuku Plantation Co..
Kit), I Plantation Co IU
1-0 B 1-4
Klpatiulti Miar to
Kotoa Sugar Co ..
1 Ninr 1
6 0 l-l
1 ! l-t
G.hu but Co .
Onatnea Sugar Co.. .
Ookala Sill. I Plant Co
Olaa Sujai Co LtJ ..-
oio.atu Co ..
Paaunau Sus-ar Plant Co
Prcctkao Surar Co
tlftflf.f Mill C.O
70 V) l-t
1, a 0,000
Haw Tcrt'l iKp c . .
Mi Coy 5 P c ....
CM) bug Rrl.Co.ep.c.
Haiku bur Co 6 pc -Haw
Com & Sujt Co 3 pc
Haw ixtgtt Co 0 p c ....
lol I tOJI-4
l llonolcaa, $12.TS; 2", Honokan, $ 1 J.7T, ;
,2.1 V.v.u. $27. Session: 2S i:wn.
$20.r,2; CO i:n, $2U.&0; ro i:n,
l$2t;25; 10 .Millryde, $fi; ino Ml
1 llrjde Us. $100; 6 Walalua, $"o, i:, Wal-
Urn. $70, 10 Klhcl, $S.25.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.G7 cents,
cr $73.40 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.76 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Geo. F. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
920 PORT BT. TEL. MAIN 12.
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
may be had of Mrs. G. F. Bush, 16D5
Kewalo St., and Mrs. A. Gartley, Col
ccptloii of the Chinese Consul and Cov
entor Carter wcro avcaro of tliu nltua
tlou. Ths police were simply notllled
to act as n body guard, supposedly as
an honor to tho dignitaries. I he Chlu
t-rn papers containing accounts of tho
attempted assassination huo only re
I'rlnco TusI Tseli, tho only member
ot the patty to be Injured, will nrrlo
In Honolulu lu tho near future on his
way to San Francisco. From thcro he
will go to Washington, I). C, to Join
the High Commissioners unci continue
with them to tho countries abioad,
whero a )car or more Is to lie spent
studying the conditions In general.
Tho Territory Is preparing to prove
the truth of Its bill .of exceptions In
Its euro against Cotton Ilros. before
the Supremo Court yesterday. Tho
Attorney General holds that Judge
Lindsay's ruling yesterday denies tho
allowance of tho bill.
This Is the busy soaFOn ou tho Oahil
railroad. Coal and oil Is moving ns
well as a large amount of sugar from
tho different plantations. Tho nihil
will contlnuo about eight months. The
pusteugor business Is ulso unusually
Tom Pong wus fined $50 and costs In
tho I'ollco Court this moriilug for sell
lug opium without a license.
Hnlna. Iti-.tufinti Tlnfiritsf tin Din.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks nt Stockyards Stables.
Tho II. S. S. Saturn leaves Monday
tor San Diego.
The 8. S. Kntcrprlso left Hllo jester. '
day for the Coast.
Host vup Hawaiian coffco In the city
at New England Ilnkcry.
Itr-mnants of nil kinds at Whitney it
Marsh's sale on Monday.
Tho hark Itoderick Dim Is loading
In San Francisco for Hllo.
Mrs. Dlckerson's sale of millinery is1
still on. lints nt half price I
Tho S. S. Coptic Is due Tuesday
tnornlng from San Francisco, .
ThcJ. A, Cummins goes to Wnlraa
tialo and Koolau ports Monday. i
I'. K. It. Strnuch has a furnished cot
logo for rent at Manoa. Sco his ad
Tho Btenmcr Ke Au Hou sails Mon-'
day afternoon nt C o'clock for Kauai
Camera views, Taradlse of tbe Pa
cific, on sale at alt news dealers and
Four hundred telcphono poles fot
tho now Kniml telephone lino arrived
on tho S. S. Alaskan. -
Htimbolt county creamery butter, at
tho Hawaiian hotel, direct from Siiu
FrancUco. A $1.00 dinner.
Cnpliiln McDonald of tho S. S. Itoeu
c rans, arriving this morning. Is a nep-1
new or ur. McDonald of Honolulu.
The Imrlc Nuimnti Is at Knanaimll
taking on sugar. Hho will leave vvltluii
a week or so for tho Delaware break
water. iilom'n next Weok's nminunirintnt
should ho wntr-licil for by every woman'
tu Honolulu. It means a blc mniu.v I
ltov. Mr. Merrill of Itochestor. N Y,
will Bpcnk at tho II. It. T. & I.. Co.'s
mill servlco tomorrow niornlnir at In
V. K. Howell arrived shortly after
midnight on the stenmer Kc An Hon
from Kauai. Ho wag tho only cabin
Hcv. tlco. Wntson. I). I)., will sneak
nt tin1 V. M. C. A. 'tomorrow nftcrnooii
nt 1:30 o'clock. Men ntid women nro
Mivltcd to attend.
A meeting to organise an Improve
ment i lull at Maklkl was poitpomm
from Inst night for one week on ac
count of the departure of J. P. Cookn
Tho steamer l.cluia nrrlvrd ot Hllo
at 9 n. in. vestcrdny. Slio Is there fot
the purpoKo of being urcil In the re
moval of tho Mnttlia Davis wreck from
Sunt rliitcndeiils llahiiltt ami Hollo
way nro arranging to have Hugs ills
pluvcil on nil the public schools In ac
lorilaiuo with the act passed by the
First Mato llcnnctt of the S. S. Alas
kan, who was runtiired by falllnc dur
ing the voyngo from the Sound to Ho
nolulu, is nt the Queen's hospital. He
hopes to return to his hhlu In a few
Tho schooner Otllllo Ford arrived
this morning from Htireka with a load
of redwood ties for tho railroad com
pany. They nro to bo used on tho new
Walawuhn brunch now under courtc
Thcro will bo a special salo of odd
pairs of laco curtains at Sachs' ou Mon J
day. l'rlces will bo cut almost In half.
Don't overlook this opportunity to so
euro Nottingham laco curtains at ex
traordinary low prices.
If you iiso California Iloso Creamery
Hotter once, you will want It all tho
time. Thcro Is an Indescribable some
thing nhnut Its flavor which makes for
It lasting friends. It li good all tho
time. Henry May & Co.
Tho Cutholle Church of St. Joseph,
Moanulun, lu churgo of Itev. Father
Clement. Tomorrow, January llth,
Feast of the II, Namo of Jesus, 11 u.
m., high masa. sermon, collection; Sun
day school. 3 p. ra Itosury, catechism,
The Catholic Church of St. John the
Ilnrrtlst, Kallhl-wtiona, In charge ot
Itev. Father Clement. Tomorrow, Jau-
llflfV IT.,!. I'm., .. ,I.A IT Vnln n.
.'.-. ',,, . VUOV Wl IUV 1., ilUIIIU U I
jL'sim, o uu u. m., uigu muss, wiiu ser
mon, (ollectlon; Sunday school. 1 p.
At n luncheon given by Mr. Sihwerln,
vlio president iiml gcucrul manager of
the I'. M. S. 8. Co., Hawaiian chutney
Hindu by Mrs. kcarns. wan n fcaiuro ot
tho meal. A guest remarked: "It Is'
delicious." "Yes," Mr. Schvverln said '
mm is wnui is writieu on mo laiiei.
Tho regular church services will bo
held tomorrow, Junuary 11th, In tho
Central Union Church as usual, preach
Ing by I)r. W. M. Klncnld. Tho sub
cct of tho morning servlco will bo
"Tho Dcflnlteness of Itcllglnn" and tho
subject of tho evening servlco will bo
There are bad, as well as good,
chances. A chance to sell your prop
erty at a sacrifice Is usually a bad
chance. You can get your price if It's
a fair one by advertising In The Oul-
letln. This Is almost certain. That
ycu will not get It without advertising
is alto almost certain. I
Chinese graduates from Oahu Col-1
lege. Mills Institute, Inlanl College or
other schools hero aro much Interest
ed lu tho statement mudo by Viceroy
Fang during his short stay In Hono
lulu, that tho Kmpiess would send a
steamer to Honolulu within a year to
carry mnny of ttiom to China to enter
tho Chlneso government servlco.
Chrlstlnn Church, corner Alnkcu and
King streets. All tho regular services
tomorrow. C. H. Junior, 'J a. m.; 0. i:.
Senior, C:30 p. in.; Illhlo school, 9:45
n, m.; preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
in.; morning: "Christ's Purposo To
(llvo a More Abundant I-lfe"; oven
Ing: "What Is Uaptlsm"? You nro
irdlully Invited to any and all serv
ices. (1. I). Kdw nrds, pastor.
Tho puro wines of California aro
known now tho world over. Hut notiu
aro qulto to good or cjulto so pleasant
for the palato as the Napa & Sonoma
Co.'s celebrated tublo wines. These
wines represent the most careful selec
tlou of the various types grown In tho
different counties of California, noted
for their fine red -wines, uauternes,
whlto wines und sweet wines respec
tively and aro warranted to be abso
lutely pure, The wines have taken the
first prUo wherever exhibited. Lewis
& Co., Ltd., 169 King street, are sole
agents, Telephone 210.
. & .
I tyJw'fl y5v7 All kinds hen Uings and j
1 aU v cv -TO I'ijw and Pttt.ls and Iwr- Il
i 1 & f k 1 ri"B''' "!1(1 I,rcKx1lt" and
! llv ''x wj c,,ains Kvcrthin ;. to-
1 1 .A jttf2 I ) ' date in design mid projurly It
M ywL-lpT) l'lltU. UH
f Ci V' v .. ri vl
I tid&M' M- R- COUNTERS
J -.y LOVE BLOCK...... FORT STREET CV
You can get wines higher In price; but quality and price con
sidered, it will be hard to surpass this brand of table wines
that have taken the FIRST PRIZES at both the St. Louis and
Lewis & Clarke Expositions,
ZINFANOEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and, mellow) (St. Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
OUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNISBERQ RIE3LINQ (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Moselle type)
8AUTERNE8 (very mellow; palatable)
HAUT SAUTERNES (medium sweet, delicate)
LEWIS & Co ,
169 KING ST.
Owing to a change In, the price of.
certain sizes of crusheo -v.1 nrlces In j
future will be as follows: No. "., H.B5
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd., l
No. 3, sz.03 per cu. ya.; no. t, i.ou
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
m.iVInn It avallahle for all kinds of con
Crete work, for which It Is far superior!
to any other sand, j
Lord & Belser
Flue Job Printing at The llulletln
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
1137 Fort Street ;
you drink beer don't be satisfied j
any old brew. Demand the best J
ic the best and a more pleasant or
healthful beverage It would be Impos-
rlble to find. If you are unacquainted
with Its merits, order a ease and be
wtjjjtszssxtsuatTbussMn,' Ti ar..'t.va:a
dr. j. t, Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,"
1 he Aic-sndor Young Building. Hours:
10-12; 2-1; 79 Residence, The Alex.
nder Young hotel. Telephone Call:
DR. MINN'S MSJBL
Manes Flash and Btrsncth for Sick nnd
NtnouiWomen. Stops weakness In tthr
soi cr man inn strong,, nan ra Dtooa.
ohsoksdlssnssby RlvlnKtou strength to
resist It Sold by urugnM. ttTactsaboif
Brloe. WrMe us nbout Home Treatment.
R. DQ8ANKO OP., Philadelphia, Pn