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BVBNINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., MONDAY, JAN. 15, 1906.
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Many people undoubtedly have
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harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no more ob
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aro perfectly reliable and sup
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Heinz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Heinz v Cider Vinegar
Ho Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
Is enjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of anlmr'i and birds, thsre
are other dollghts too numerous
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
, FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3.
If you have,
we will deliver
to you now $ 50,00
(FiftyDoIlars)worth of Fur
Rugs, Matting, &c,
the balance -on Easy Payments.
the lowest; our goods
Credit with us is 'Good.
One gallon of W. P. FULLER'S
Pure Prepared Paint
on account of Its perfect oreoaratlon.
will cover a much larger area of sur
face tnan a nana-mlxed lead and oil
paint. The cost of labor Is double the
cost of the paint. It costs as much to
apply inferior paint as It does pure
paint. Adulterated and cheap paint
will fade, lose Its gloss and perish In
a very short time. W. P. Fuller &
Co.'s Pure Prepared Paint will wear
for years and retains Its superior fin-
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177 SO. KINO ST.
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Bin. Job Prlotlnc t The BnlltUo
Tlio Supreme Court this morning
reiulcrcil decision In the case ot Frank
I.ucowclcko vs. Territory and Rapid
Transit & Land Co., sustaining the de
fendant's demurrer, 8a) b the ) Ma
ins: The Territory acquired of tho plain
tiff certain land for street extension
and for the use of the II. It. T. & 1 Co.
tracks nnd cars as required by statute, I
with nn nirroftttifint In hinvn nlaltitlfT'ti
with an agreement to move plalnttlT's
bulldlnus In Rood order to another
tiou ot his land and make the highway
In front thereof and of other land oh
tulned from the trustees of tho U. i:.
tale for his passablot for vehicles.
Uffl HINT COT
wii.cn agroemtiits was inserted as a wwuwiusMri-o ....
covenant In a convejance executed by ( wlKVGo"
the Governor, but which. It had bceujWtin miiico
to make. Held: Tho Transit Co. Is a Hawaiian fkeme Co J
bona lido luircliasor for valuo without
notice of nonperformance of agree-
inent by the Territory so that the re-
lief jiraycd for, lonuot bo Kranted. Uo-
inurrer to the bill on this cround 1st
Hlftalnol, but without decided that iip.'t!It ape HnCl
nn thn f n, f nll.,-,l .... ..1.I...1W i. M If' 'V P i
without remedy, It jmrsued within tho
lima llmltn.l lit. int.., tm .........
.....v .......t.u vj nuiwitiv, tui iiuiiiJi'i-
formoni'0 of an agreement inado by au-
thorlty of law by the Superintendent
The liarts of the cato nro that owing
to'the poor manner In which tho agrco-
mn. In r,, I... 1... 11. "
.... .w ...iv.v ,,ia wiiiiiiiiib" nus viai-
Icd out and as no road was built In
. a 1.1- . ..
uin Vl im nw iroiuogc. mo nrcnv
evo huh- uvvii ii-iiuLcn iu vauiu iu uiv
mini it i'Jtfi ntui I. i.n- i.n.i ..,.1 1
J20U in repairs. Uo believed at the
tlmo tho niireemiiit was ma.lo that tho
cw..-.. un, .1... m ...
make It, but.owlng to till. .take ho
cannot enforco his claims against tho
Tctrltory at law. The Rapid Transit
now runH IU cars neros tho nreml.aj
and tho jilalntlfr jiraya that his deed to
1110 icrntory uo camelled, that tho II.
It. T. Si 1.. I'n. Im ri.fltrnlnof'1 frnm rKii.
nlng Us cars across the premises uud
mat tno Territory pay I5U00 and the
Hapld Transit $1000 damages.
Says tho opinion of tho Court, by
Tho position of the defendant rnrnnr.
Btlon with refirenco to that portion of
ine jiminim s land conveyed by him to
tho Territory which tho company Is
using for its railroad track and cara
mint be dieowd to bo that of a bona
tldo lmrchnser for value without nothn
of nonperformance by tho Territory df I
j'uiv ui iw agreement concerning I
tho conveyanej. It is not In tho power
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
(You want a loan on sugar securities,
You havo real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
$? ,T.WILL DE PUTTHROUQH WITH A, RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. B12 FORT ST.
of tho Territory to cancel tho right
Kiuuicii iu urn i company, nonco ll ioi
Iowa that tho relief prayed for by tho
lllll rnnnrit ha Drnntnl IV'o .In ...
mean to pay that upon tho facta alleged
in uiu mil Uc piainuii is wunoui rem
edy. If pur-ifil within tho time limited
l)V tho Htntllli' fnr thn nnn iutpfnrtnnnf.ii
of an agreement mado under tho au
thority of law by tho Superintendent
of Public Works.
The demurrer la sustained. .
Charles Crelfhton for plaintiff.
Jl. V. I'rossvr, Deputy Attorney den
cral. for tho Territory.
Castle k Wlthliiiston for ilpfpinlnnt
71ll (leiJHlOll linn nsnoplnl litlnrnnl
as It Is probably tho first victory which j
D. L. WltlllnCtOll linn Wntl Itpfnrn lit.. I
Supremo Court of all tho long record
m iiupui Transit caseg boforo It. This I
worn ucreiororo was ono of proverbial
GUARDIANS MAKE 8PLENDID
(Continued from Pag 1.)
(95,T83.C9 In securities and casli. On
Jan. 1, 1901, one of tho minors, Ruth
Itlchardson, who had becomo of age,
received her distributive sbaro of tho
estate, which by that tlmo had Increas
ed by .7,739.32. At tho tlmo of divi
sion a co. Richardson's share amount
ed to $51,458.11. Tho cash and securi
ties at tho close of tha present account
amounted to fG6.133.3t, showing a to
tal Increase, of $15,544.80 In tho capital
of Geo. Itlchardson slnco tho appoint
ment of tho guardians.
Tho master goes on to say: "Tho
guardians cannot bo too highly com
mended for the very nblo and conserv
ative management of tho affairs of
"On June 27, 1905, upon tho amalga
inatlon of Wilder S. S. Co, with tho
J.-I, S. N. Co., tho guardians purchas
ed tho number of shares allotted to
Geo. Itlchardson, viz.: 42, at $75 a
shnre. thereby Increasing tho securi
ties In tho sum of $3,150. Tho I.-I. S.
i.m. vu. aiuut wan quuieu uy mo itono'
lulu Stock Exclmngo at date of ten
ocring tins account (Nor. su, at n&
per snare; at tno present tlmo tho aid
stock Is quoted at $125 per share.
"Tho master respectfully draws
Your Honor's attention to this invest
ment, showing, as It does, tho guard
tans' business forethought and thq In
terest taken by them In tho affairs ot
The Inventory shows tho securities
to bo as follows: Watanao stock, 1C2
shares, $16,200; I.-I. S. N: Co., 113
shares, $10,527.50; Mutual Tel. Co., 10
shares, $100; Pioneer Mill Co. bonds
(13 at $1000), $13,000; Oahu Sugar Co.
bond, $1000; Haw, Hotel,' Ltd., $7000;
Mrs. Alvlna Conradt's note, $1500; D.
McKcmlo's motes (four), $7000; F. It.
iVlda'a note; cash In savings bank,
$105.84; total, $66,133.34,
Tho figures ot the report bases all
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HON0L0LU, January 15, 1905,
NAME OP STOCK
C Bftwtr A Co ..
Fm PlanlatlAn Cll ...
i ,000,000 1
Hawaiian Acrlculmn Co
tftw com fit surar .o.
Hawaiian Sutar Co .
Honomu buirar Co .
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Suaar Co .
Kariuku Plantation Co
Klhakltnraallon Co U4
KipaMlu aucar lo
Kolo Sugtr Co
AURryA Siifif Co .
irf -o .....,
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por-lowiiu r.o --r;
Pu Piu.tit.onCo ..
tftZZfiSSK c -
.""St, r r "
o.hu h&l Co
J"? lifvJ?i S? "
Haiku Suaar Co 60c
8.K ?!; r!f,c
uiaa sugar loop c...
Piona. Mill Co a b e u
w.uiui Attic CoVpc
rViSS w!. &JL ,,,0n,.,.n!;;
n3"0 V.02lnalalua Cs' lu0; 10u0
Jlrllryilo fis JI0O.
nrU'.vn1,lc"'1.r,",n- ". W: Oahu 8u-
",?, C.! rP'rntr.en,t:,,,'a,rl ?n ?"KaT
F,;,? m' 7"it! n U,,ft SSl".4 ,,cr
t0"'' - " ' Co- (Toclal) 'a per
Latest sugar quotation, 3.67 cents,
cr. W3-0 Per on'
SUGAR, 3.76 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Dond Ey
920 ?GHT 8T5 TEL. MAIN 12.
The Ladles' Society of Central Union
cnurcn win give a
. At the Home of
F. J LOWRY
January 16, 1906,
A llmlterf ntlmhai. nf tlWntat onlt.
may be had of Mrs. Q, F. Bush, 1651
rvcwaio oi., ana mn. . uarney, col
tho securities at par valuo. Figuring
tho securities at their actual selling
valuo would mako tho CBtato worth
.80,343.34 Instead of $66,133.34, flgur
!ng at par.
The County Supervisors meet at 7:39
o'clock tomorrow evening to handlo a
taft of business. Most Important ot
all, perhaps, will bo the consummation
of tho deal whereby the County ac
quires the Kunst property at WalkIM
lor a public beach park. Details as to
tho oqulpment ot this resort twlll
doubtless be discussed and a banJ
ttand, bathing houses for the pcopl.
and other attractions will be outlined
If not arranged for,
The Committee on Roads, Urldgci
and Parks will report on the result of
its consultation with Harry Lewis as to
providing for him a residence for n
year, under tho terms ot the agreement
between Lewis ond Thlclon, tho broker
from whom tho County purchases the
property, and this report will bo satis
The annual report ot the County
Treasurer, as required by tho Count)
Act, will bo submitted, and will bIiow
tno County iu t,ood financial condition.
Ulils f6r ttrara rollers for Ewa and
Watalua Will be considered. Tho usual
bills, communications and petitions will
come In for attention.
i . ii
Attorney Henry Hogan, rcprescntlnn
Frank C. Uertelmann, tiles his brief la
tho matter ot application for a new
trial, alleging grievous errors on tha
part of tho court and that the convic
tion of the defendant on the chargo ol
impersonating a United States ofneel
was In violation ot Article 6 ot tli'
Constitution of the United States.
U M. Whitehouse, the successful bid
der on Pall road repair work, has start
d in on preliminary operations,
Morgan wlllell coal on Wednesday,
January 17, at the toot ot Fort street,
at 12 noon.
LOCAL ANDk GENERAL
Auto harks at Stockyards Stables.
Dost cup Hnwallan colfeo In the city
at New Kngland llakcry. I
Kahuktt plantation dividends have
been cut out indefinitely.
The steamer Nocau vails tomorrow at
G p. in. for Kauai points. i
Tho barkcntlno S. G. Wilder Is on
the marine railway for repairs.
Tho strainer W. G. Hall Is discharg
ing sugar In tho S. S. Alaskan,
l-llo driving was commenced this
morning on tho new Ilrowcr wharf.
Tho rtcamer Nllhau sails for wind
ward Hawaii ports tomorrow at noon.
Camera views, I'aradlso of the Pa
cific, on sale at all news dealers and
Wednesday, tho 17th Instant, Is thai
i... .t... i.. it... .11. t, ii.. i
inei nil ui iiiu iiliiu miuwuil lur lliu
payment of water rates without a pen
alty. Auctioneer Will 11. Fisher today sold
land nt Kalkalhe, Pauda, containing an
area 815 fathoms and 803 fathoms, for
$250, to J. A. .Magoon.
A brief on tho motion for a now
rial of the Frank llcrtclmann rase was
this morning Died by Harry Mossman,
tho defendant's ntlorncy.
The! annual church meeting ot thn
German Lutheran Church will taku
place on Wednesday tho 17th of JanU'
nry. 7:30 p. m, In the German school.
Captain NlchoU of tho 8. S. Alaskan
went out In a launch yesterday and
the weather wns so rough iiat overy
ono In tho party, Including. N'lchola, got
Among thorc who railed on tho Gov
crnor this morning ncro A. II. 1-otbcn
stein of lltto, who Is Hawaii's mcmhci
nf tho Washington delegation, and Su
The annual meeting of tho German
llcncvolcnl Society will bo held on
Wednesday, January 17. 1906, nt 3
o'clock In tho afternoon nt tho office
of 11. Hackfeld &Co.
Tho rough weather In tho harbor con.
tinned loilny hut was not near so bad
ns ycntprtlny. On account of tho wind
and bad Weather several boats wcro
ciclnvd In getting out today.
K. ,M. Wnuou's application for mem
bership of thoJIar Association hns been
potted In tho Judiciary building. Ho
Is endorsed by A. G. ,M. Robertson, II,
11. Anderson nnd C. F. demons.
Tho U. S. auxiliary, due to sail for
tho Coast this morning, did not get
away on account of tho rough weather.
Sho will probably lenvo for San Dlcgcr
this uftcrnoon or tomorrow morning.
Tho steamer J. A.' Cummins salted
this morning for Wnlmanalo after su
gar. Captain Sc-arlo had Intended go
ing to Pearl City this afternoon after
salt, but had to go to Walmanalo In ,
The steamer llclene arrived yester '
day morning from Hawaii with 11,350
lags of Paauhau sugar. Sho Is dis
charging today at tho Oceanic wharf.
This Is ono or tho largest sugar ship
ments of the season.
A couple ot criminal cases In which
J. W. Cathcart nppears for tho defend
ants, wcro this morning continued in
definitely, as Cathcart Intends to leave
(or tno toast mis wock. Ho expects to
be absent nbouo six weeks.
Miss lllood, acting secretary1 of tho
Y. W. C. A., In chorgo since tho retire
ment of Mrs. II. C. Drown as secretary.
conducts hor first Illblo lesson tomor-1
rnur nvitnlnn nt t.-nfvlMlriA rin I.-,...... '
evening a soclnblo will bo given at
Mrs. Solma Kinney, Anapunl street,
will entertain tho Collcgo Club at Its
annual meeting this afternoon at 4
o'clock. After tho election of officers
thero will bo music and Mrs. F. ll. Day
will read from her unpublished Ha
Porous clouds wcro no barrier to
nn nutlng party, organized nnd mntro
nlzvil by Mr. do la N'ux. gUen in hon
or or .Mrs. Itcnvey of Sau Francisco
)c8terihiy on Tantalus. Although
dampening on wearing apparel, tho
rain had no similar effect on tho spir
its ut tha pnrty and all ot them felt
well repaid nt tho termination of tho
day by tho exhlllratlon ot tho traidp,
tho view of tho beautiful verdure, tho
consumption ot tha lunch and most
of all tho pleasure ot tho Jolly and
(rlcndly social Intercourse
Tho following wcro In tho party:
Messrs. F. K. Knos, II. Giles, a. 13.
Winn, C. W. Dlshop, J. n. Long, J. H.
O'llrlcn, II. D. Itlntoul, G, Spring, K.
Todd, J. McSwanson; Mcsdaraes Itoa
voy, Ormond, do la Nux; Misses Mar
lon Wright, Kra Crnlg, Grace O'Drlen,
Sophlo do In Nux, Sallla Trcadway and
Masters Stanley Wright and Ucrtlc de
Tho rnso nf assault and battery on
tho high seas on a sailor against First
Mato Kimmctto of tho ship Dlward
Sowall was this morning dismissed by
U, S. Commissioner Mallng because of
lack of evidence. Tho alleged assault
look place befuro tho vessel reached
Manila. Tho authorities In that place
took tho matter up, but left tho prose
cution to tho authorities In Honolulu,
which port was ono or tho vessel'
destinations. Captain Quick signed an
agreement, wborcby ho promised to re-'
tain on tho vessel until sho reached
Honolulu all tho sailors, who wcro to
be used as witnesses against tho mate,
as well as tho defendant himself. This
morning It appeared that Captain
Quick had let all tho sailors leave
tho vessel at Newcastle, wboro th
osscl touched on her way from Ma
nila to this port, and shipped a nev
crow. As a consequence thero was nf
vlclcnco on which to press tho charge
t i a . .t
"Far eala" carts at Bull.tln ofllM
You can get wines higher In price; but quality and price con
sidered, It will be hard to surpass this brand of table wlnea
that have taken the FIRST PRIZES at both the St. Louis and
t-ewls & Clarke Expositions, tJM
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (St. Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (slcgant, rich)
QUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNI8BERQ RIESLING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (MoselU typo)
8AUTERNES (very mellow; palatable)
HAUTAUT,ERNES (medium sweet, delicate)
' SPARKLING WINES
LEWIS & Co., Ltd. Sole Agents
169 KINQ 8T. TELEPHONE 240.
FIR8T PRIZE3 WHEREVER EXHIBITED.
wwing iu cnangD in no price wi i
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In I
future will be as follows: No. 1, 1.53
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. A, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No.4 has been reduced to
practically the price or white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
....... . .
Lord & Belser
Flno Job Printing at Tha Bulletin
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or DOOR RUGS .
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
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at CUT Prices i;' fc'T"'
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If you drink beer don't be satisfied
with any old brew. Demand the best
Is the best and a more pleasant or
healthful beverage It would be Impos-
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with Its merits, order a case and be i
All kinds here Rings and
Tins and Solids and Ear
rings, ind Broodies and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
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dr. J. t. Mcdonald;
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-2V
1 he Alexander Young Building. Hours;
1-2! iA' ?8- Residence, The Al.x,
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nan., ri.an ana Btr.nartn Tor aien ana
br maklna .Irons, rlcti raxl blootf
nsyou .traxirxth to
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