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That You Will Value.
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i 3 Roomi furnished In style for only $100.00.
Hotel Street windows.
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; 4-Plllows '
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' 1 Dresser
' 1 Tablo
We GUARANTEE everything to b; FIRST-LASS and at the BOTTOM
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Call And See Us
1 Round Table
2 Rattan Chairs
2 Oak Rockers
6 Dining Chairs
1 6-ft. Dining Table
16x9 Crex Rug
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MR. AND MIS. MI. P.JONES
KNOWN TO HAWAII PEOPLE
RECEIVE MANY FRIENDS AND
CONGRATULATIONS IN THEIR
HOME AT BROOKLINE.
HJNOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 18, 1905,
NAME OP STOCK
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Hannmu Suaraf Co
IHonokaa Sujrf Co -Haiku
Kahuku PiArrlfttlon Co.
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The Boston Horatd slvcs tho follow
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UIK ULIUUIU UI 111U KU.UUU V, UUUlUK Ui Chn Ssjffll
Sir. and Mra W, P. Jonca. well known P"0:
In this city. W. P. Jones la a brother oEf&iCo tS OH
nf P. H. JnnoM! . otow.it, Co
On New Year's dav. 183B. Mr. nn.l C"?""f.?.'.''c
Mrs. William Parker Jones, former Pu piumiioh Co
Boston residents, but now of llrookllno fX'ffl c
were married, and tho 60th annlver- w.i.iuAriuiiw.i'Co
Bary of tho event was celebrated by wMm s Co ....
MtllryJH MiMt Co .
them last evening, Bovcral hundred
friends attending an Informal reception
In Mr. and Mrs. Jones' sulto at Hamp
ton Court. Among thoso present wore
a few who attended tho ceremony per
formed SO tears ago at tho bride's
home. 141 MV.t Pnnrnnl atroit rtnu O.hu tt Si 1. Co.
Inn hi llnv. 1 - T rWill.l.-,. HII.ll.IICO.4Co
Among the congratulatory letters ro
eclved by the happy couple was ono
tccelved from Itev. Dr. Bdward Kvcr
ett Halo, whoso church Mr, and Mrs.
Jones attend. Many gifts woro re
ceived, Including ono from Mr. Jones'
brother, 1'. O. Jones, who Is In Hono
lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Jonoa received from 8
ltnn.lo Sugtr Go.
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n.MlUn KWclrlc Co -HonKT
Hon II T & L Co Cos .
Mutu.l Tfeptiol Co
Hon. U. rt M "J
Hjw T.rr'l HP c
H.vGov t DC
Hllku Suirir Co 6 D c
H.w Com fit Sue Co s PC
HII3IIH .o o p c . . .
HlloK K Co Cut pc
lion k i oi l co op c.
K.hiilra Punl Co 6 p c.
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to 10, and In the lino with them wore o.niSucCo6pc Z
Air. ana .iirg. Frederick K. M. Jones. "ims-pc...
The room in which thoy stood was piUiJ Am Co'i'p c"l
prettily decorated with jonquils and w.i.io. Arte Co 6 p c
fern, and In nn nillntnlno- room, nlinrn 'KUryit
tho numerous presents wcro displayed,'
was an artistic arrangement of cut
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Sales net. Hoards: 6 Haiku, ,170;
$4000 Cal. Refinery, $103. Session 16
tllon. It. T. & L. Com.. SG7.50: 33 Hnw
After meeting Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Sug $32.50; S Haw. Bug., $32;-10 Ka,
tho guests enjojed tho freedom of tl0 $23.50.
hotel corridor and tho large dining
ball, where a women's orchestra play Latest sujar quotation, 3.61 cents
ed. The central tnblo, containing ro- $72.30 per ton.
freshments, was overhung with unln.no, .
decorations of red unrt green tissues, nun in n nn
beneath which was suspended a huco A GAR 3 R7 P.PIltQ
red bell Holly wreaths hung f.om' OUOHnf O.UI uCUIJ)
tnu lighting nxturcs and completed 11
pull) rotor scheme.
When the guests had departed, the
reception party, led by Mr and Mrs.
Jones, took up tho march to tho dining
room, to the strains or tho I-ohcngrlti
wedding march, plnjed by tho orches
tra. The wedded life of Mr. and Mrs.
Jones has been unusually happy, and
cars have apparently dealt gently
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
920 FORT ST.
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In theso 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
Heinz Cider Vinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
designs have Just arrived and are
handsomer than ever. Wall papers
like dress fabrics, tax tho genius of
celebrated artists In designing m
patterns,, and It Is now possible to give
the home a highly artistic, decorative
Interior at a wonderfully low cost.
We Invite an Inspection of our new
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINO ST.
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 Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
with both. Mrs. Jonca before her mar
riage was Miss Luclnla A. Mudge,
daughter of tho lato Alfred Mudgc,
founder of the printing house bearing
his name. Mr. Jones Is a prominent
member of tho Ancient and llonorable
Artillery company, and has been con
ncctcd wltu that organisation alnco
1800. He Is also a member of tho
(franklin schoul association.
.Mr and Mrs Jones have ono sou,
Frederick K M. Jones of Richmond
court, Drookllnc, who married Miss
Helen May Wilde, daughter of Joseph
I). Wilde, and one grandson, Alfred
Wilde Jones, a graduato of Harvard
University, 'Ot. Thoso who assisted
hb ushers last evening woro Alfred
Wlldo Jones, Carlo Otto Zcrrahn, a
ucnliaw, and Harry V. Sawjcr, ' Har-
Y. I. (. A.
o 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 for us to show these goods to all
who are Interested, whether buyers or
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ BUILDING 8T0RE.
FRESH MU3HR00M SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
There Is no nerd 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.
Bishop & Co.
924 BETHEL STREET.
Tho observance of the two hun
dredth annheraary of tho birth of Ben
jamin Kranklln, at tho Y. M. C. A. last
evening, was well attended and not-
nlilo for tho number of prominent
speakers who gave eloquent trlbuto to
tho llfo-work of tho great American
U. S. District Attorney Itrrckons
thought that this should bo only the
first of a series of gatherings for tun
discussion of tho lives and labors of
men eminent In American history. Ho
uolltcd that tho study of tho llcs of
great Americans would mako any man
of any raco proud to say of swell men
tliut thoy aro his fellow citizens,
' I U. S. Judgo Dolo mndo tho opculng
Tho hundreds who hao gazed upon remarks, referring to Tranklln's cry
the bill boards and tho vhlil pictures numerous occupations. Bpcaking of
thereon are wondering If such things 1 ranklln as an educator, ho introduced
tan bo produced on the stage. They I Professor Scott of tho High School.
air. ocuii luiu ui iiuw riuumiu uuu i-y
vented himself. Ha was almost the
first writer of pure, direct Knglisb. Ho
Auto harks at Stock) ards Stables.
The steamer Nocati left last eVeu
Ing for Maliukona ports.
Lutted's Taro l'lour for sale by Hen
ry May Co. and C. J. Da & Co.
The steamer J. A Cummins left this
morning for Walmanalo after a load of
Neatly furnished room at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1243
tort strccL I
Camera views, Paradise of the Pa-'
clfic, on sato at all news dealers and
curio stores. I
A small lottage, out of town, fur-t
nlshcd preferred is wanted Allures
II I., lliillctln.
Mnemac Hchctra of Koolau has Died
a Heel gfor divorce, against Kcokl Ma-
pu, alleging cruelty.
The sttamcr Maui will arrhc Satur
day from Hawaii ports with cattle and
about C500 sacks of sugar
Mr Do Vlo. of 1834 Punchbowl street,
delrcs to lcao or purchase a place
ultablc for tho raising of chickens,
0t your plumbing, sewering und
thect metal work dono at Jas. Nott,
Jr. 1018 Alaken St. Tel White 1801.
Torchon laces nt Illom s today, 1 to,
R Inches wide, at 50c per dozen These I
t,oods arc easily worth double the price I
II. T Nasc, tho well known engineer
ui Honolulu iHuuituiuu, nan rciurneii
from a pleasure trip to San Krnnclsto
The annual meeting of the stockhold
crs of The Henry Watcrhouso Trust
Co was today deferred until I'ebruary
The Police Court will convene in its
regular quarters tomorrow morning
The Moor has Lccn covered with linoleum.
A list of the officers elected to none
for the ensuing lear In tho German lle
neo!cnl Society Is published In this
Kurnlvhcd or unfurnished rooms
with light hourekeepltig privileges at J
the Laukhaln hotol, Alalia street aro
The fertilizer from the bark Dum
frtlrshtre, that had such n hard trip I
mound tho Horn from l.clth, was not
damaged hi the leant.
Sugar at the rate of flu bags a mlntno
Id going Into the hold of the Alaskan ,
(oday by means of tho electric ioney
or at tho lallroail wharf.
A siiec lal meeting of Hawaii CMaptcr
No 1, Order of Kumchameha, will he
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
their hall in the Odd fellows' build-1
Ihc next. meeting of tho uiickcyo
Club of Hawaii will be held at tho resl
dence of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Dowen.
No. 1701 Kcwalo street, at 7.30 o'clock.
Tuesday evening, January 23.
ota, a Jupancse. was founJ near tho '
corner of I.lllha and King streets about
Z o clock this morning by Officer H.
Hook, nlmnn drunk and almost naked.
All ho had on was a Jag and an under
Next tear the chutes at tho railroad
wharf will be raised several feet for the
purpose of Increasing the work of the
electric conveyors nnd making it more
easy to load ships that aro high out of
Judge Do Holt has Issued the follow
ing venlro for jurors returnable next
Monday at 10 a. m.: Wm. Iliickle,
Arthur U Houlc, T. W. Chase. Wm.
Welnrlih, njs. Nott, Jr., J. C. O'Young
and Chas. P. Osborn.
Ogawl, alias Okabe, a Japanese, was
sentenced to one year in prison by
Judge Wbltnoy this mornlug for lar
Lcny. Okabo got away with clothing,
valued at 1 19.50, belonging to anotbci
Japanere named Yama,
Judge Undsay this morning sus
tained the pica to Jurisdiction entered
in tho case of Yamamoto against A. J.
Campbell, wherein tho plaintiff at
tempts to compel the Treasure, to issue
him a pharmacist's license.
Two dredgers are now working near
the railroad wharves. Tho soil from
tho bottom of tho harbor Is' being
pumped to tho i:wi sldu of the railroad
wharf, where a good many acres of land
will be reclaimed by tho railroad coin I
If 16 MB
In the spring of the year the blood
gets out of order and a person Is apt
to feel generally out of sorts. When
feeling off color, drink
and you will be ready to admit that
as a pick-me-up It has no superior. Or
der a trial case today and be convinc
ed. There Isn't a pleasanter or more
healthful brew made.
1 WWr!H 7 AJI k5nds llcrc Rtogand JJ
ltVcl ' VP ( Fins nld Studs and Kar- II
p7Tft3-" f L I rings, -ud Droochci and
( ''Jr Mn fi t-)a'lis Evcrytlung up to-
l s$fv date in design and i)rotx.r!y
Ulllk' M- R' COUNTER
N9 jj 3 LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET Cy
WHITE TIGRESS T0NI6HT!
You can get wines hlaier In price: but duality and orlce 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
uewls & Clarke Expositions.
ZINFANDCL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (St. Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Douquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
GUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNI8BERQ RIESLING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Moselle type)
8AUTERNES (very mellow; palatable) ,
HAUT 8AUTERNE3 (medium sweet, delicate)
CHAUTAAU YQUEM (very rich type)
LEWIS & Co., Ltd. Sole Agonts
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
FIRST PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED.
The Weekly Edition of the Uvenlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of the dar.
ore lithograph representations of
Kccncs In "Tho Whlto Tigress of Ja
pan," and every ono of them will bo
Blven at tho Orpheum. To do It ro
nulrcs a largo stago and magnificent
and elaborato scenery, all of which
can now bo had at tho people's popu
Pieparatlons Jiavo been undor way
for somo tlmo to mako the production
of "Tho Whlto Tigress of Japan" the
greatest ever seen In Honolulu.
Tho play Is a melodrama of tho most
Intense kind. Plenty or comcciy aim
thrilling situations of the kind that
makes tho gallery yell with Joy and
This feeling is not confined to tho
gallery. Just watch the faces of
those who sit In tho better seats and
ou havo tho answer. That's why the
good .melodrama draws, and accounts
tor tho good nouses. at. tno urpneum.
The Whlto Tigress of Japan" win
bo tho attraction for tho balanco of
week, except Saturday maunco, at
which tlmo tho funny forco "Turned
Up" will be given
Klre badly damaged an automobUd
yesterday afternoon on tho Pall road.
It belonged to tho Japanese garago on
Nuuanu street, between Dcretanla and
Kuku . Tho driver, a Japanese, was
badly burned about tho hands In at
tempting to put out tho blaze which
started from the gasoline, Mr. and
Mrs. William Ede and Mrs. Katherlne
Ude had engaged the machine to make
a trip to the Pall. They were com'
pelled to send to town for another aft'
cr the accident.
might bo called tho first American, as
ho was first to suggest tho union of
the colonics for self-protection, lie
waa a man of tho world'wllh a purposo
to accomplish, using tho means at hand
lor Its accomplishment.
Remarking that Franklin was one
of tho first men to speak for equal
educational advantages for women,
Judge Dole Introduced Miss Felker
Miss Folker spoko of Franklin from
tho viewpoint of tho school children.
Other speakers woro President Grif
fiths of Oahu College, Principal Homo
of Kamchamcha and U, S. District At'
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No, 1, $1.53
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
Murakami, .barged with having usedr.0' ? "5 Per cu' No' 4' 1'C0
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. i has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
Knslgn B. Hayncs has recelvod
marching orders. Knslgn Haynes U
tho lady who comes around with tho
War Cry each week and does a multl
inclo of other good things In Halvatlou
Army work about which the people
know so little Hhc has been In Ho
nolulu for a lumber of years. During
that tlmo sho has mado many friends
and by a bright and cheery manner
made people happier all along the line.
Bhv, with her assistant. Miss A. Mi--Clcllan,
have received orders for trans
fer. They don't kuow where they will
go, but they need 'a rest, they deservo
It, and will spend a part of their vaca
tion In Hawaii. Ensign Haynes will
be missed by the people among whom
she has worked and also In the busi
ness houses where her weekly calls with
the Wbr Cry have been more a soune
of pleasure, than worrisome Interruption.
threatening lar.guago toward another
Japanese, was In tho Police Court tlill
morning Ho will hnvo to gtvo a bond
of (500 to kc'ii tho pearo or spend six
months In Jail. Ho Is hustling to get
It Is said that Ilert Peterson, who
went to New York recontly, and Is now
on his way home, mado the trip for the
purposo ot interesting eastern capital
In a proposition to reclaim buvcral
hundred acres of land on tho Kwa side
of the harbor.
Tho American-Hawaiian S. S. Tex
an will bo hero about February 6th.
She will tako a targo ot sugar for the
Delaware Breakwater. The B. B. Ne
braskan Is dua next Thursday, to be
follow id by tho Ncvadan. The last two
will take rugar to the Coast.
Although but $8 CO was bid on thf
exchange for Klhcl this morning tberf
was said to bo something ot a move to
get hold of tho stoik and a rumor was
afloat to the effect that an estate wa
booming tho stock to cover a note of
long standing for which Klhcl stn.i,
Work on tho Brewer wharf started
several das ugo, was stopped yostcr
day. On ncroun of the coral It was
found necessary to make additional
soundings. Tho Job will be resumed
tomorrow morning. Lord & Ileltcr
havn tho contract, tho pllo work hav
ing been nuli-lct to Cotton Bros.
Tho H S Alaskan, duo to sail for
Lahalna this afternoon at S o'clock,
might postpnno (ho trip until the
weather bet nines better Sugar direct
from the railroad ears and from threo
(hules Is being transferred Into the
vessel today Hho will finish taking
on her Honolulu cargo, 7000 tons ot
tugar, on time
Pollco Magistrate Whitney had oc
casion tho other day to Instruct the
Chinese Interpreter to call Wood's In
stltutc of Physical Culture, The Jd
tcrprctcr went to tho door of the court
room and three times called out In a
loud voice, much to tho amusement of
all present: "Wood's Agricultural
Physical Company, como Into court!"
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
Printing at The Bulletin
DR. J. T, MCDONALD,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
the Alexander Young Building Hours:
10-12; 2-4; 7 8 Residence, The Alex
inder Young Hotel, Telephone Call:
Mak. n.h nnd Snr.nrth for StlcK and
rln. writs u. about HO
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or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest .Goods
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