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BVBNINO BULLETIN, PONOLTJI.0, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 20. 1908.
A Men's VICI KID, BLUCHER CUT, Medium
Wide Toe, Winter Weight, Waterproof Sole.
A Boot That Men Commend
That Ybu Will Value.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Why Pay Room Rent
3 Roomi furnished In style for oply $100.00.
Hotel Street wlndowi.
See our great offer In our
1 Round Table
2 Rattan Chairs
2 Oak Rocker
1 6ft. Dining Table
16x9 Crex Rug
BED ROOM . ,
1 Bedstead ' '"i
1 Spring I
1 Commode " '$
We GUARANTEE everything to be FIRST-CLASS and at the BOTTOM
PRICE8. To be teen In our Hotel Street window.
Call And See Us
MIKE WRIGHT TALKS OF
WHAT UAWA'I CAN GROW
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 20, 1905.
NAME OF STOCK
l. Brtwtr (o
Ewa Plantation Co ...
HiwilUn Aplcultu I Co
1 tlw Con 81 Suir Co
Hawaiian miki'IO ..
Honorau Sugar Co...
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku buff ar Co-m -.i
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klhtl Plantation Co LMI ,5.oo
noioa sugar C-O
WHAT HE SAYS HAPPENED DUR.
INQ HIS FOUR MONTHS' STAY.
HIS CONTRACTS WITH
The Seattle Times of January S,
"I believe tho time Is near when the
raising of tobacco will he the chief In
dustry In the Hawaiian Islands. Up to
date, with the exception of a little
work dono by the United States go em
inent, not a, toliacto leaf had hceu
grown In the South Sea. The temper
ature and climatic conditions arc about
the same as at Havana, and yet, for
some reason, the tanners liavo never
turned to that Industrj. They arc wak
ing up now, however, and have signed
contracts with me to deliver a ccttalu
number of pounds every vejr."
The foregoing declaration was made
this morning by Mike Wright, the So
attic cigar maker, who has Just rC'
turned from' a four mouths' visit In
Honolulu, and If the people of tho Ha-
waian isiauus over uo grow couacco H,invip.
upon an extensive stale tiicy may liaa!cH.SujHrtCo.6p.c
- . -.. - - 1-111(11 :"iii
McHrytt Miir Co
Cabu bugtf Co .-.
OflOIDM iujtf Co..! .
OjJcl bur Pnt Co
On Such Co tt4 .
Paul.iu butM PltnlCo
Pacific buRtr Mrtl ....
Pala Plantation Co
Pcpttkto bugar Uo .....
I'lc.nMf Mni Co ...
WaliluaAitr cultural Co
Watl-ltu iucr Co ..
Wafluku Sucar Co Scr
Wafminalo due" Go
W a tana Aim Co
lntf-lfiani Swam N Co
Hon H T & L Co Con
Mutual THtrhon) Co
uanu k 01 l to......
Hon. b. CIM. do
HawTcr aH pc .
Haw Tcrr'l aK p c.
J, 600 000
f 50 000
Haiku btiirir Co 6 pc
Haw Com & Sag Co 5 pc
Haw Sagar Coop C ..
Hllo R KCoCon6p c-
I Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c
' raia naniuo .....
I Pioneer Mill Co 6 d c
Waialua Aerlc Co 6 p Cl
80 J I-i
t ) j )i i-a
5 ) 4
In IlinnL Sir U'rlclit fnr ll
"When I landed in Ilonofiihi," said
Mr. Wright. 1 rait Jarcd Smith, tho
man In charge of the I nlted States hx-l Kihuku ttim Co 6 1 c.
perlmental Station. Tor the past three onuKt LCo6pc
..--. i. .. i ....i.. i.. . OihaSuitof Lo6pe .
jiia iiv litis uivii vvjtvi liiiviill.itj ill lu
bacio. The raising of tlm need on tho
Islands has long been n pet sihenie of
Secretary Wilson, and when ho sent Mr
Smith to Honolulu he also cent some of
the lieft tobauo seed grown In Ha-nna.
"I brought hack about 10,000 pounds
of llauallan tobacto and am now mak-1 Latest augar quotation, 3.6175 cents
Ing It up Into cigars. They hac all or $72.35 per ton.
been sold to a Honolulu firm, and 1
hao contraits with tho same ronicrn
that call for nt least .10,000 of my cigars
ery mouth. Owing to a bit of a cam
paign I made during my four months,
sojourn on the Islands, I surccded In
Interesting a great many farmers lu
the tobacco Industry. I havo ehowii
them where It would bo more profit
able than the raising of cane, and havo
further encouraged them by contrail-'
tng to tnke the entire output for next
As a consequence, the news
Sales llctttccn Hoards: 21 Klhei,
$S.o0. Session: 1G Haw. Sug. Co, $32.
SUGAR, 3.61 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
8TOCK AND BONO BROKER.
Member Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
papers hac taken It up and aro boom- 920 fOHT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Slock) ards Stables. '
The steamer Clatidlnc left last own
ing for Maul ports. I
The V. M. 3. 8. China, from the Or I
lent. Is due next -Thursday
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these day of
harmful adulteration, that whole
ome vinegar are no more ob
tainable. This I a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Helnz Co.
are pprfectty reliable and sup
ply pure food only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with the Puro
Food Law 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. Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd,
designs nave Just arrived and are
handsomer than ever. Wall paper
like dreia fabrics, tax the genius of
celebrated, artlsis in designing new
patterns, and It Is now possible to give
the home a highly artistic, decorative
Interior at a wonderfully low cost.
We Invite an Inspectlcn of our new
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
You buy or sell stock or bond,
You want to aeeure 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 need the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
Ing my Ideas for all there Is In It.
While I was there some of tho most
prominent planters called upon me, and
they will devote considerable time and
attention from now on to Ibis Indus
try. "Of course Mr. Smith has not as yet
been able to' get the best results, but
een so, I found the tobacco much finer
and of a much higher grade than Ma
nlta tobaui The Hawaiian wrappers
are as line as silk and In every way re
semble the best wrappers obtained In
Haann. llie tobacio Is not so finely
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.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar awaiting shipment at Walnm
nalo; 4100 bnjri.
Oamera vluSis, paradise of the Ta
ctile, on sale at all news dealers and
Tho S. 8. Alaskan Is still at tho rail
road wharf waiting for tho weather to
change before starting for Lahalna and
The Tropic Fruit Co. has now a cholco
llaored as tnc Cuban grown weed, but' ,ul V' ' ,' v A. . .T .,
'.- . . .' mnnt will iro In Ihn fnnst on tho Ala.
I tin lif'llotn IT n row pnrt lnltni.i n I " - -" " " "" ----
growers should go to tho South Sen
Islands they could (strengthen up tho
plants until they become a dangerous
rival to the beat Cuba (an prodme.
"Hawaii Is naturally a sugar country,
and for Hint icason the planters hao
never thought of tohatco growing Sec
utary Wilson has lung contended that
tho bent gtades of tobacco could uo
medu next Wednesday. Ste ad on front
The Automobile Club will meet this
evening In tho dan;lng pavilion at tho
Young Hotel for tho purposo of organ
izing nnd electing officers for tho en
suing year. Tho meeting will begin at
Mf. nnd Mrs. V l'fotenhaucr gno
grown in that country, nnd he Is dem- ,llIlllor '" ""nl menus inesuav
oimrntlngltthoioughly Down on thel,llnK- Mr nnd Mrs. Hnneberg, Mr.
Islnnd they can lalso from 2000 to 3000' ""'I '" rg' llodlek, Mr. nnd Mis.
pounds of tobacco to tho ncrc and It Unguis. Mrs. Neumann. Miss fvou
will sell nil the way from 20 cents tolnmnn, and August Humburg wore tho
The transport Logan Is looked
next Thursday from Manila
John Hind was an Incoming passen
t'T on the Klnau this morning I
l.utted'H Taro Flour for solo by Hen
ry Mny & Co. and C. J Day & Co. ,
Jttdgo H. 13. Cooper lcft-'loday on thuj
dcnmcr Manna I.oa for Honuapo. .
Tho bark Oernrd O Tobcy will sal''
Tuosday for Sun Framlsio with sugar ;
Tho steamer Ko Au Hon, arriving
last night, leaves Monday for Knual
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. 1, (1.50 and J2 per week. 1213
The srhooncr Charles Levi Woodbury
leaves Tuesday or Wednesday for Hllo
Futhir Victor, who has been nt Knl
lua for some time, Is soon to leave for
tils homo In I3urope.
A probate notice In tho matter of the
estato of Henry Mnrtyn Stlllmnn la
published In this Imiic. '
F. A. VIchott, the Insurance man
returned from a business trip to Ho
wnli on tho Klnau today.
The S. 8 Alameda will leave for the
Coaft next Wednesday She takes th
uexl mall for Sau Tram Isco.
Oceanic Lodge, No. 371. I. S. A M
will hold a special meeting Monday
night oWrk In third degree.
A btatk cocker spaniel dog with tag
No. 1205 Is advertised as lost Uo
ward If returned to T. 13. Wnll
Tho Hawallun llclief Society will
meet at Mrs. Sam Allen's reMdoiuo,
Alakcn street, Tuesday morning at u
Telephono jour wants to the Clt
Meat Market. Main 78. Choice tstanil
beef ntfd nil kinds of vegetables at the
The S S Nebraikan left San Fran
rlsco vc-Merdnj for this port. She
brings the next malt nfter tho Ala
iiieiln. She Is due here January 2(!tb.
The Catholic Church of Our I.nd& of
the Mount, Kalulanl (Kalllil-ilka) lu,
i barge of Rev. Father Clement. To
morrow, January 21st, 11 a. m., mass,
hernian, collection, Sunday school.
Tho stenmer Manna I.oa left at noon
today for Maui and Hawaii ports. She
was duo to leave yesterday but owltu
tci tho weuther postponed tho voyage
until today. She took a largo crowd.
It you wish to send a inso of Jam
See that you ,;ct the bost, for what you
(live the order, and to whom addressed,
To Mrs. Kcnms; she will sco to all the
The stenmer Manna 'I.oa, sailing at
noon today for Maul aud Hawaii port
will not stop at either Lahalna, Mahu
koua or Kawalhao on account of the
tough weather prevailing A number of
pussengerH booked for theso points ro
m.lnnrl In t I nnnl (.1 ..
Iliutltlll III JIUI1UIUIU. I
Tho announcement of tho engage-1
ment of Miss Harriet Austin, a charm
ing girl, nnd tho Itcv. Dr. llakcr of
Ilenn. has been received with great In.
terest. Miss Austin Is tho daughter of
Mrs. Caroline Austin, a very well
Known Island girl.
Miss Annie McCrossen, daughter of
John T. McCrossen, has been appointed
tuspectress at the 'Custom House. The
tixnmlnatlon of women suspoctcd of
having goods for smuggling concealed
about their persons will bo Hiss Mc
Appearances have been filed by the
following attorneys In the meat trust
cabc: Castle & Wlthlngton, Judge Per
ry, Correa, Holmes & Stonley, Smith &
Lewis, 1 A. Thurston, Ilallou & Marx,
Atkinson. Judd & Mott-Smlth, Carlos
Long nnd II. 13. Hlghton.
Mr, and Mrs. A Hnneberg entertain
ed with dinner nt tho Hoyal Hawaiian
Hotel Wcdnesdny. Afterward tho
guests attended the play at tho Or
pheiim. The guests were: Mr. and
Mrn W. Protenhauer, Mr. and Mrs.
(icoigc Itoiliek nnd Mrs. Neumann.
Tho steamer Ko An Hon nrrlvcd Inst
night from Knual with 25K0 bags of A.
sugni She encountered considerable
rough weather Tho steamer W. (i
In the spring of the year the blood i
gets out of order and a perton I apt i
to feel generally out of tort. When j
feeling off color, drink
and you will be ready to admit that
as a pick-me-up It ha no superior. Or-
der a trial cace today and be convlnc- i
ed. There Isn't a pleasanter or mora $i
healthful brew made.
au Kitiusiicre Kingsanu
1'iiH and Sttuls nnd Iiar
rings, Ztid 5rooclie and
Chains. Ever tiling tip In
dole in dcbign and prux.ry
nt r rm.MTcn i$M
m. rc. wuui uk-:v
30 cents per pound. That would mean
an) thing from $J00 to J 1000 per acre.
PREPARING FOR OCEAN RACE.
FRE3H MU8HROOM 8PAWN
Mrs, E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139.
There I no need to bother
your friend If you find yourself
In need of a bond. Any person
holding, a position of trust where
a bon'd Is required, can be ac
commodated by applying to u.
We are agents for the Fidelity
and Deposit Co., and furnish
bond at the lowest rate.
Bishop & Co.
92J BETHEL STREET.
The Weekly Edition ot th Evsnlng;
Bulletin give a complete summary of
the nsws of the day.
Sine Job Printtnc at The Bulletin
(Continued 'rom Page 1.)
usual U. S. Qimrantluo Regulations.
All expense of pilotage, towing, har
bor dues and fresh water will bo borno
by the Hawaii Yacht Club.
T. V. iionnoN,
Y. C. SMITH,
Special Regatta Commltteo for
Seiretnry Wood of tho Promotion
Commltteo Is sending out about 3,000
circular letters to yachtsmen nnd
men Interested In boating all over tho
united States. In each letter ho en
closes the artlclo written by Dr. L. 13
Cofcr on tho climato and health comll
tlons of Hawaii. Secretary Wood's
letter Is as follows:
Dear Sin Tho Hawaii Yacht Club
Infoims us that the matter of n trans
pacific yacht race has been definitely
arranged for nnd that Hnturday, May
5th, Is tho date solected for leaving
This will afford bright moonlight for
most of tho trip, and Inasmuch as tho
wind nnd -weather conditions nt that
time should bo favorable, wo havo ron
ton to hope for a pleasant nnd highly
satisfactory run to Honolulu.
lltlng Interested in ynchtlng you ro
nllie fullv how great an event In
sporting circles this, tho first ynciu
race across tho Pacific, will bo, and
ever, though It may not bo convenient
for you to participate In the rnco we
hope that you and many of your
friends may arrange to conio down by
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
for tho citizens of Honolulu, extends
to you a moBt cordial Invitation to vis
It our beautiful islands at that time,
Very truly yours,
II. P. WOOD,
Tho cable fJilp Restorer will Icavo
San Francisco this afternoon or tomor
low to return tu Honolulu to be sin
Honed as heretofore. Sho has had her
bottom cleanel and painted and a fev
other minor repairs made. Captain
Combo and the same crew will bring
the vessel here.
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
Committee has received from J. Kalan
lanaolo at Washington a largo num
ber of agricultural bocks of last year.
Anyone desiring a copy may havo ono
by calling at tiro committee nennquar-
tcrs In the Young bulluing.
NAPA AND SONOMA
CELEBRATED TABLE WINES '
You can get wine higher In price; but quality and price con
Idered, It will be hard to surpass this brand of table wine
that have taken the FIRST PRIZE8 at both the St. Louis and
uewi A. Clarke Expositions.
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (8t Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich) ,
GUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNI8BERQ-RIE9LING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Motell type)
8AUTERNE8 (very mellow; palatabli)
HAUT 3AUTERNES (medium sweet, delicate)
CHAUTAAU YQUEM (very rich typ)
LEWIS & Co , Ltd. Sole Agents
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
FIRST PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED.
Owing to a change In the price of,,
certain sizes of crushed rock, price In;
future will be as follow: No. 1, $l.b3
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $180 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, ?1.&0.
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
Hall was at Koloa on Wednesday wlth'practleally the price of white sand.
r,70 Ikirh nf migar aboard. She had to 'making It available for all kinds of con
lostpouo her loading moro cargo on no erete work,,for which It Is far superior
dr. j, t. Mcdonald,
The Japanese strikers nttho Wnlpa
hit plantation are to bo ordered from
the premises this afternoon, A tele
phone message from Captain Sam Les
lie this afternoon Intimates that In thin
cake tho laborers will probably rencnl
tho order and that there Is likely to bo
trouble, Kvery Japaneso hns received
the money due him but is still on the
Hllo, Jan. 18 II. V Patten, for the
past twclvo years bookkeeper at Halm
lau Plantation company, was elected
to tho position of second vice presi
dent ot the First Dank of Hllo on Mon
day and with his duties In that ollleo
will be combined those of manager of
tho bank, Mr. Patten will be succeed
ed as bookkeeper at tho plantation by
J. M. Mulr, who was, for fourteen
jenrs, bookkeeper at Honokaa. A year
or moro ago he resigned from that posl.
tlon and went with Mcllrydo plantation
on Kauai, but his destro has been to
come nearer Hllo and It has at last
been gratified. Mr. Mulr has a family,
his wife being a daughter ot the late
W. II. Illekard.
count of the rough seas,
Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann" entertnlncd
with lunch nt their homo Sunday In
honor of a number of friends. Tho in
itio was tastefully decorated with beau
t If til ied carnations. Tho guests wcro
as follows: Captain and Mrs. Lyon,
Mr. and Mrs. C.crrltt Wilder. Mr. nnd
Mrs (leorgo llodlek, Mrs. McNeil and
Christian Church, corner Alakca and
King streets. All tho regular socvlccs
tomorrow. Junior C. 13.. 9 a. m.; Sen
'lor C. K 0-30 ji, m.; Illble class. 9:15
n. m.i preaching 11 a. m, and 7:30 p,
m. Morning Biibject: . "Growing In
Christ." 13vcnlng subject, "Diligence,
You aro lordlally Invited. O. D, nil
wards, pastor. a
Hov. 8. P .Merrill, formerly secretary
of tho llaptlst Theological Seminary of
IloehoBtcr, N. Y nnd who Is now on a
trip around tho world, will preach at
Cooley. Chapel, corner Clullck avenue
and Ileckley street, Sunday, January
21st, 7 p, in. A rare opportunity to
heur n good ipeakcr. 13ver)body wel
come. V. M. Snodgrnss, superinten
dent ot Missions.
The Hov, John Usborno and Mrs.
Ustxirnn gnvo a dinner on Monday,
evening for Mr. Sinclair, who has lust
returned from n trip nround tho
world. Present wcro Mr. and Ms,
Herbert Mist. Miss Super. .Miss
lllnneli Sopor, tho Misses McGowan,
Miss Maud Kinney and Mrs. Wallace
of Kona. After tho dinner, which
wns very good, tho guests plavcd
M, D. Hall and 8, Pelzer, San Fran
ilsco fertilizer men, who have been
hero anil on the other Islands for tho
past fow weeks, left this morning for
tl(o Coast. Hall and Uclzer are com
petitors tor part of the fertilizer busi
ness from Hawaii. When ono comes tu
tho Islands tho other follows Immed
iately. In spl)e of the rivalry for bus
iness tho two are great friends. Doth
aro clever men and top notchers In
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
Printing at The Dulletln
Office REMOVED to Room 21-2-J, '
1 he Alexander Young Building. Hour:
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Reelder.ee, The Ale
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Moku riesh nnd Stranath for Sick nad
m bv malctna atroniz. rlori rad blood
ohaokadlaaaaabr lilnctou atraflcth t
raalatlt. Sold tv
or 3 botaa for aa. or mau -a on raoaipi oa
Brloa. Wrlta ua about Horn. Traatmana.
Ft. POSANKO CO. fhlladalpMa, rm
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
!we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS m great variety
at CUT Prices
R W- Jordan & Co,, Ltd.
11 37 Fort Street
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