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BVBNINO BUIXKrW, nONOLUliU, 1. H, WEDNESDAY, &tt. 17, 1908.
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THREE DAYS OF
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 17, 1905.
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
The Oriental & Occidental S. S. Cup
tic, Commander l'lnch, arrived tills
morning (rom San Francisco, bcluK
nearly scen dnva on the vojagc. Th
miay was raiiscu u imu wei iucr. oiiu. Klh Hhnuonl.0 w
brought no rl.ij later mall and has Kipitmiu &ugi Co ...
aboard a largo number of through iias: gj'g ?", iiCt
NAME OP STOCK
C Bnwtr At Co .--.
two. ninuuoa 1-0
Hiwillin Attkultir'l Col
nw i-om a rucr lo
riii-illm Sugar Co
Honomu bUEr Co .
Honok.A Sugtsi Co
Hftlki. SuffM Co...
Kihukii funutlon Co-
sencers for tho Orient. Tho Coptic c.t,..su..rt,
tails this afternoon at 6 o clock. There Ono Sj t
Why Pay Room Rent
3 Roomsfurnlshed In style for only $100.00.
Hotel Street windows.
See our great offer In our
1 Round Table
2 Rattan Chairs
2 Oak Rockers
6 Dining Chairs
1 6 ft. Dining Table
1 6x9 Crex Rug
We GUARANTEE everything to be FIR8T-CLAS3 and at the BOTTOM
PRICE8. To be seen In our Hotel 8treet windows. """
Call And See Us
Coyna Furniture Co,,
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, 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
Hoinz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Deinz Cider Yinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
arc no stop-ocrs for Honolulu.
pauperise, tourists, will take tho cu
stl from here.
Three days of tho trip the Coptic en
countered some of tho worst weather
In Us history. Demi head winds wue
experienced with a heav sea of the
same hind. Knormoua waes were en
PUn1 tJktlbufr Plant Co
Pnuhau but'' PUMC-i
rcinc sujtir mm ,
Pi I'Unution Co
Ptptkeo Sugar Co
Plonr Mill L.O .
W.I j lii AtTkullurtl Co
rwHjg ubt to
1 WaiiuM Sugar Co Scr
4 500 oor
countered ami nlowod throtieh nnd S;"?"I?..r.,lrUQ-
most of tho time during tho three daja' misceuneous
tlio ship's forecnstlo was tinder water. JfJiKiitcC.
time and again I Houkt LCoi'ii..
Vac could bo seen approaching In Hon H T ai L Co Con -the
distance. ome of them, tliry wcrs oIhTk if i?"llLr
of such height. There was much sea iiiioM.iiroiJ Co
slckncsR among tho pas8iiKcrs, but "0- " bonds' '" "
fortunately tho damage as a result of m,tip (HrtCil
the unausual eathcp was only 110111 " Tf"f p
Inat. At times tho water broke oset " Gj p4c-llll
almost the entire length of tho boat. cmisj tin Co pc
Al...h.ln. Ia.1. i. it.. ... ......a. HnknSuurCa6DC
nn Iho fnnllr. I In I. h,.l l. 1,1. H, I 1W COB Ol bU CO p
trip. Tor )car ho has been freight HuoHKCoCompt.
clerk on other ships of the sama com- r!!,5Jnr...r-SE!'
pany and only recently was promoted o.iwKuLCoSpc
to nisprescnt iiosltlon. Nino j cars ago x"V.I.Vf .;5 -Mr.
Morphy was on the Coptic, slnco P."M.c..f.!.'"'
then scrlnc on tho fincllr nml seipral Pionttf Mill Co 6 r e -
Other csel9 I W.i.lo. Atrlc Co 6 p -
.. t, ... . ""
i, i, .tiuiivvuu, vuvrni (lansvuKrr , , -;
agent or tho Oriental & Occidental Sales Bet. Hoards: 25 Kwa, 123 75;
StcaniRlilp Co , nt Yokohama, Is a Cop- CO Iiwa, 123.70; $1000 Pioneer 6.
tic passenger. Ho Is returning to his ?10C. Session: C7 Olaa, $4.
duties in Japan after an extended llti
along tho Coast. Mr. Mnttcsonlins not1 Latest sugar quotation, 3.67 cents,
visited Honolulu for nine jears and cr $73.40 per ton.
was nitonlshwl at tho city's wonderful rr::
Captain 0. V Conner and wlfo am1 S1IR4R 3 R7 PPntC
on the slilp, returning to Japan. Caiv "
tain Conner is nn old seagoing man I nunnil DCCTC Op 0 I Irl
and at present runs on the N. V. 1C LUIlliUll DLklOi OSi I'Hu
lino from tho Orient to Seattle. Its.
Is one of tho best known officers In the .
scnlcc and of high standing. Ho Is ra- Ueo. F. Ihielen,
turning to ilnty after an extended a- nrnr.ie awn nnun nnnucn
cation traveling about tho mainland. ... . .
Captain Conner used to put in hero ""moer Hon. siock ana uona ex
scars ngo beforo ho was a commander! change.
of a largo passenger steamship. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
lioln,. to China to Study the condi- 920 FuHT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
J J 1 1-4
I T- 4 l-l
- . 0
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish .to sell, ,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Ttiielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 012 FORT 8T.
designs have Just arrived and are
handsomer than ever. Wall papers
like dress fabrics, tax the genius of
celebrated aftlcts In designing new
patterns, and It Is now possible to give
the home a highly artistic, decorative
Interior at a wonderfully low coit.
We Invite an Inspection of our now
Lewer s & Cooke,
177 80. KING ST.
e WE HANDLE THE o
which are the best In their class. They
represent the acme of Fountain Pen
excellence, and we cordially Invite
you to call and try them. It Is a pleas
ure ror us io snow inese gooas 10 an
who are Interested, whether buyers or
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
fSW JfcWfcLKI V
I lri f$n FF All kinds here Rings and 1
IvzS-Jrlk I T',,K',, "M J'fooclics and If
wf'x - wh il -'la'"s KvcrythiiiR uj-to-
1 ifVj D date in doign nnd properly
(&tw M' B. COUNTER!
J9Sn:S LOVE BLOCK .. ..FORT STREET (V
tlons nnd learn o( Oriental diseases,
Dr. J. C. MiCrackcn, Dr. Arthur Rem
ington and Dr. Kufus Scarlet, of Phil
adelphia, representing tho I'cnnsyi
an!a UnUersIty, aro on the Coptic,
booked for Yokohama. After an In
definite stay In tho Japan city they will
continue on to Canton, where they will
lemoln somo time, probably a jear or
more. Their lslt to China Is with a
view of citiMlxhlng a hospital and ex
perimental stailon for tho benefit of
American physicians vlsltlug tho Or
ient In March or mrormatlon tonccrn
Ing foreign dlEcases.
M Shlbusawa, a Ion of tho well
Known and wealthy Japanese silk mer
chant and politician. Is returning In
lil.nathc country after a buslncsa nni!
plcasuro lilt to tho ar!oti3 titles In
John Arundel, accompanied by l.h' 'i?? '"Jmr, Xl
lu.. .InnMilPF. Unn lliAiA.rM ....,.,.. ,h te9e Of Congress llltlo tOllId bO
. v.i ,.v. ' ii- ...-ii .. ' u...'jIono for ponding Hawaiian mcasiiroH,
v ,,',."' "m.V Z:, ;r luB to tho absence of incmbcr. (mm
lng olio of his annual lilts to tho "'? "pltal
I hac. Jiowovcr. had mi Imnortiuit
'consultation with Secretary Wilson of
I tho Department of Agriculture, which
rl hopo may lead to somo definite re'
suits for Hawaii.
First of alh tho Secretory promised
Tho Supremo Court this morning mo that ho would tako under fawirablo
rendered decision In the matter of tin conslderotlon-tho question of making
cetato of Kcaho, an appeal from a do-''a soil sunoy of at least somo partH of
ireo dismissing a petition to retoko the tho Islands.
probate of a will on the ground that I And this. t done, will bo followed
tltA wilt una n fnrporv nnnnllnnta fAn. ' .. i. ...ttn ..!...... AUn-a ...
"" .-.tav., .i'i.viini.w vwir uu uv BUiiuiiiu u iuuillu CAirvil lu ku
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
FOR 8 ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN JJ9.
There Is no need to bother
your friends If you find yourself
In need of a bond. Any person
holding a position of trust where
a bond Is required, can be ac
commodated by applying to us,
We are agents for the Fidelity
and Deposit Co., and furnish
bonds at the lowest rates.
Bishpp & Co.
924 BETHEL STREET.
lending mat tno decrco ehouut be re
versed because the respondents without
renting moved to dismiss the petition
at tho closo of petitioner's case, which
motion wns granted
Sajs the court, Justice wilder writ'
thoroughly Into the practical wajH
and means of develplng tobacco culti
vation In Hawaii..
Secretary Wilson had been under
tho Impression that tho appropriation
for soil surveys was available only for
lng the opinion: "The rule announced mainland work; bat upon our pressing
... ...,., ... i... ' iibw, tno question, ho made a rooxamlna
728, and Texelra s. American Dry.tion ,,f .ho art. which led him to think
Goods Association, 17 Haw. 41, that .It Strongly that It would also nuthorlio
n.L0irMiCt.pr.?,Ctle?lnT1.t0.,i''!Drk in Hawaii. And It was upon
rn. nn !Ltt f 1.7 ?' f ' ul' Ma ib ho Prorols?d to glvo tho mat
case on motion o defendant w thoul ter fn0rablo consideration.
'""'? "J'lMicau.o 10 a proceeuiog 01 If ,ho rmnmpr(,ni hndng of llonnluhi
'nn1 ITIIn nml nttm (hn Vnrttitnr'tt Inittl
Tho decree appealed
firmed, on tho evidence.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Stock) ards Stables.
Tho steamer Hclcne sails tomorrow
afternoon for Hamakua ports, I
Lutted's Taro Klour for aalo by Hen '
ry May & Co and C. J. Day Co. I
Tho steamef Mlkahala gits out to
morrow at S p. m. for Kauai ports.
A position as housekeeper Is wantfd
Ii) a capablo woman. No objection to '
Camtra views, Paradise of tho I'a
ciflc, on sale at all news dealers and
A probate notice In the matter of the
ct a to of Ahble It. Nlhoa Is published
In this Issue.
So ker football Saturday at Daeebull
Tark Y. M. C. A. m. V. A. C. and
iMullcs vs. lolanls. 'Admission 25c,
Ihe barkentlno trmgard sailed for
Honolulu from San Tranclsco Janunry
Cth with a general cargo valued at 2C,
IK,. It Is said that the plantations Inter
ested will soon sign contracts with the
promoters of the Hamakua ditch enter
prise Tho regular quarterly meeting of 4ho
Chamber of Commerce will be held if
me Htnngenwald building at 2 o'clocx
Tho ladles' tailor made uln at $"
id ?8 SO aro now at show In Whitney
i .Marsh's window. Sale begins next
A sheriff's salo notice In tho matter
of tho Jai. Campboll Hstatc vs The
Woods Instltuto of l'hjslcal Culture is
published In this Issue
Judgo I Indtny has appointed A
tcwli, Jr., guardian of the estate of
llix Maurcr and Mildred Maurcr. who.
aro minors residing In Alameda
Judge Lindsay this jnornlng heard
argument on a motion to strike tho
filnn In 1,irl..llltnn In lt.n ,. V '
tiinmoto against Treasurer Campbell.
iiio annual meet nc of the Free Kin
dcrgartcn and Children's Aid Assocla
tlnn will bo held In the Y M. C. A. on
Friday morning. January 19. at K
Tho Mlkahala, arriving this morn
ing from Kauai, brought id passengers
on decki 8 llawallans, 12 l'ortugucso,
17 Koreans, 9 Chinese, 40 Japancso
nml 2 others.
Tho bark Dumfriesshire sails next
Tuesday for llurcka. Sho brought a
cargo of fertilizer to this port from
I.cllli, arriving December 21th,. 1SI
days on tho voyage
The supreme Court this morning de
nied tho motion of plaintiff In tho L.
K Ilakervs.A. M Urown case, to placo
tho care on tho calendar. This Is the
famous Kona school case. '
Judge Whitney held court In pollco
quarters at tho station this maVnlng,
mo lourt room proper being in the
hands of upholsterers. Linoleum Is
being placed on tho floor. i
The Coptic has aboard 7G Japanese
and about tho samo number of Chlnetn
returning to tho Orient. Tho Coptic's
cargo consists mostly of a full ship
ment or raw cotton for tho Orient
After being Idle three )cars the
transport Meado Is being repaired at
San KranclKO for service again. She
will Icavo the Uoldcu Oato about l'cb
ruary 1st, for Manila, via Honolulu.
Oahit Canton I'ntrlnrrh MMItnnt 1.
0. O.'K., will be mustered In tonight nt
8 o'clock, Major Kelly officiating, after
which there wilt be a reception, danc
ing and refreshments on the roof gar
den. The public Is cordially Invited to bt
present at tho annual meeting of tho
Pren Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Association to bo held In tho Y. M. C
A. I'rlday morning, January 19, at 10
Judge Do Holt thli morning allowed
an appeal to tho Supreme Court on ex
ceptions by defendant In the Illerco vs,
Hutchlns case. Tho exceptions were
mado to tho order continuing tho case
until next term,
Crlinlnaloglst Chester Doylo has re
turned from Walnlun. when hi, nsulni.
oil by O. U Sorenson and Photographer! Owing to a change In the price of
Williams, secured maps photograplm certain sizes or crusnea rocK, prices in
and testimony, which will bo used la future will be as follows: No, 1, $1.55
llio Johnson murder case per cu, yd,; No. 2, $1 80 per cu. yd.;
n. u mngsuury. rcccniiy located at no. j, .ua per cu. yu., no. i, i
Dulse, Idaho, whero ho hns nrnctlccd per cu, yd.
law for a number of ) ears, has opened We wish to call attention to the
a law offlco In tho Ilniton building, fact that No, 4 has been reduced to
rooms 200, 201. 02. Mr. Kingsbury, practically the price of white
when hero last jour, decided to return making It available for all kinds of con
to Honolulu nnd locato.
Chung l.um and 1'ak Wan this morn
ing withdrew their plea of not guilty
to a charge of burglary In the first de
gree, and pleaded guilty to a charge of
larceny in the first degree, Judgo Rob
inson sentenced them to eighteen
months' Imprisonment each.
Every man complains of his memory
but no man complains of his Judgment
And yet to forget to use a Bulletin
want ad. is as directly disastrous to
me Dullness immeaiaieiy on nand as
to Imagine that you can dispense ei
tlrely with want advertising'.
The I eiaioh-i Chapter No. 3, of the
Kaalern Star, under tho leadership of
worthy Matron Mrs. W. U Howard last
Might gae a successful surprlso party
to M. 1' Hoblnson, the chaplain of tho
lodge, at his Nuuanu home. The vis
itors wero cordially received and tho
ovenlng spent In a most enjoyable manner.
In the spring of the year the blood
gets out of order and a person la apt
to feel generally out of sorts. When
feeling off color, drink
and you will be ready to admit that
as a plck-me up It has no superior. Or
der a trial ease today and be convinc
ed There Isn't a pleasanttr or more '
healthful brew made.
'J fMirt ibl&sstsBsssVtl '
wHiiuiiulil il BrimFlHflHiiiHir'
I "HI 'l I ! ! ""
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 PRIZE8 at both the St. Loula and
'uewli & Clarke Expositions.
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (St. Julian Type) i
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
. QUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNI8BERQ RIESLING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Moselle type)
SAUTERNE8 (very mellow; palatable)
HAUT SAUTERNE8 (medium sweet, delicate)
LEWIS & Co , Ltd.
169 KINQ 8T.
FIRST PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED.
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I I he Alexander Young Building. Hours:
1 10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Alex.
tnder Young Hotel, Telephone Call:
sand, "Young Hotel."
from Is of-
tuto, wero to address formal rcqueslB
KUHIO GIVES HI8 ADVICE
(Continued from Page 1.)
Draft of bills to clear up the ques-
crete work, for which it Is far superior,
... .... .!.... ... I
iu " wincr inu.
Lord & Belser
Job Printing at The Dulletln
Mnkti Flash nnd Stronirth for Slo and
b maklnc tron, flon rd Mood.
ohooksdlo.aoabrsliln.iiou atranstn to
raolot It. Sold t DruasS . 7S eta Ml.
OR. BOSANKO 00,. Phlladilphla. Vm.
Mi shls m
IMS OFflttl M 11
to Secretary Wilson that soil survey
work In Hawaii bo commenced as
soon ns possible, It would doubtlcsH
help In securing tho desired result
from tho Secretary of Agriculture,
TtiA Pt,fi-ntnrv nlsn nrnmlrtnil mil hfit
i . .1. i...ln.ll..l , ,. - . .. " . .
nun ui uiu juiiouicuuu 01 circuit iriondly offices in trilng to gel an nn
courts to naturalize allcnB, and to con- nual appropriation of 125,000 for an
flrm thn eltlTOnnMn ef Itinan nl,n.itw a...,, , ., , ... t Il .....
'nntiirnlivnii limn hiuin .nn mn i,w .? i ... ,. i- .i.'. i .Incar tho Oceanic wharf at Ihe fool of
Governor Carter and Judgo Robinson, statos and Territories. This would. If "rt s,rec, " BoIlJ at noon t0llny by
v..ln..,ti T ,mI,m tl.J .1.aaa ... .1... . . . . .1 II 1.- Alnrfrfln thn ntlMlnnnnp In trm
"'""' oiiuiin.itu uicDu iu uiu secured, necessitate me provision 01
Attorney Ocnoral, and rccclvod his ap- land and buildings for such a school
proval of tho form which I am Intro- w tho Territorial Legislature llut
quclng today. I thcro aro fow ways In which local
I am also, at tho request of tho fjov fUn(i cou,i t,0 better Bpcnt; and If my
ternor, Introducing a bill to authorlxo upportlonato bill Is passed, the build
tho salo by tho Torrltory of movablo nBa colli,j 0so t,0 provided by Fcdir
property ceded to tho Federal Govern. Bj funds
ment by tho Ilopubllc of Hawaii. Ad-, ' j, KALANIANAOLE,
dltlonal bills that I am Introducing, rv.!.Min frnm iiawnll.
will follow by tho noxt steamer. Washington. Jan 4. 'OS.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Dulletln gives a complete summary of
the nsvrs of the dsjr,
Very truly yours,
Delegato to Congress.
Washington, Jan. 4, '06.
Sine Job Printing at The DalleUn -lnf jot) Printing at The BullatU
She (time 11:30 p. m.): "And would
you really put yourself out for my
Mike?'' He: "Indeed I would," Sho:
'Then do It, pleaso, I'm awfully
sleepy." Chicago Dally Nows.
Two thousand tons of coal belonging
In tho United Stales Army, stored
Jas. V. Morgan, tho auctioneer, to the
Inter Island Steam Navigation Co. for
tho mim of 2. Two hundred tons o't
tho fuel was Cumberland coal and the
omalnlng 1,800 tons Mllko coal. From
Hpontaneous combustion somo tlmo
ago, in splto of tho air shafts that had
been scattered through tho pllo, the
coal caught fire and much of It bad
been partially burned.
tly capablo woman, position as manag
ing housekeepor; no objection to
rlillilren nt i-otnir In thn r-ntintrv Ail.
dress M., Dulletln. 3283 2 1 1
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
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