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VENINO BOXLOTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN, 22, 1906.
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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 JStore
3 Rooms furnished In style for only
Hotel Street windows.
? - 1 Dedttead
i ' 'i 1 Mattress
,, 1 Commods
I 1 Drener
, 1 Tablo
y ( 2 Chalra
. 1 Rocker
, , x 13x6 Rug
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We OUARANTEE everything to be FIR8T-CLA88 and at the DOTTOM
PRICES. To be seen In our Hotel 8treet windows.
Call And See Us
Coyne 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 puro foods only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
8tate In the Union but of every
country In the world. We sell
and place our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole
Reioz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Plckliig Viiegar
Heinz Cider Viiegar
H. Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd.
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.,
YOUNO DUILDINQ STORE.
FRESH MU8HROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN S39.
$100.00. 8ee our great offer In ouf
1 Round Table
2 Rattan Chair
2 Oak Rockers
1 6-ft. Dining Table
1 6x9 Crex Rug
designs have Just arrived and are
handiomer than ever. Wall papers
like dress fabrics, tax the genius of
celebrated artists Jn designing new
patterns, and It Is now possible to give
the home's highly artistic, decorative
Interior at a wonderfully low cost.
We Invite an Inspection of our new
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINO ST.
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 agent for the Fidelity
and Deposit Co., and furnish
bonds at the lowest rates.
Bishop & Co.
924 DETHEL STREET.
The Weekly Edition ot the Krenlns
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the ntws of the dar.
Sine Job Printing at The Bulletin
JUST OUT OF JAIL
Threo )cara on the Island, two year
nt-wl til tin mnntiia rt tth tnli titil liAnn
spent In prison, am! within two weeki
nftnr hfl hml hrnn retpflKetl. Yeo Hun
Chun, n Korean crook, was arreted by
the police jcBterday as a suspect of the
numerous robberies that hne been go-
Ing on about town lately. Yeo Bun
Chun has served two sentences In Oalill
prison. The police have been working
on the enjo and keeping an cyo on the
criminal nvor itlnrn tin lift thn toll.
After being arrested jesterday by
Officer Manuel and Joe l,cal and Ben
wrignt. tno Koreans house was
searched. He was living In a shack
near Ktikul and Llllha streets. Six
lilt nt rlnlliM wrn rnnnil nnrl miih
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other stuff. Somo tlrao ago Will
Wilder of tho customs house service,
iuDb u new ui ujuuiiiuu uuir urusuca
from his home. These and other art-
Icles from Wilder place wero found
auiuiiK viiuuB vuvvis. .(Yii oi iuu art
Icles !iae not been Identified by-row n-
crs. Among other thlncs Chun had
clothes, evidently stolen too, probably
since ho cot out thn Inat tlmo mnrkoil
Biiiiu iiv tut uui iiiu msv lime, marhcu
in i n nnturtil Wn fl.lnf rm.i m 1,1.1..
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a reasonably short time It Is quite
ininmui mm lie win again ue connncu
behind bars at tho prison.
"A Night OS," an excruciatingly fun-
ny comedy and a play that holds the
record for the number of laughs i-r
ininuie, win be given at tno Orpbcum
tonight by ths Uuhlcr company, 'llic
Honolulu public loves comedy and'ttis
audiences In attendance tonight, to
morrow end Wednesday nights, will
get It with a engcancc. The compli
cated situations, funny speeches, and
acting keep one In Food humor from
the rise to the fall of the curtain.
"A Night Off" Is what you need to
drive away dull caro. It acts as a
nerve tonic and savos doctor's bills. Go
and see It tonight and enjoy yourself.
The box olllce telepbono number If
There are too many men who put ou
Btyle at other people's expense.
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 RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
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TO OPEN. AN OFFIGE
An offlre will be established in ths
toung bulldlnz by Captains Holies and
Bulger, steamship Inspectors who ar
rived yesterday. Their business, ap
plications for examination ot steam
ships, as well as of masters, mates, en
gineers, and other persons cngagrd In
Jhe business of navigation, will be
transacted In the cfllce. After complet
ing their work here tho two Inspectors
will go to Kahulul nnd llllo and pos
sibly soma other ports If necessary,
Tho automoblllsts nrgnnlzcd n club
at a meeting held Saturday ovcnlng In
tho mnkal pavilion of tho Young hotel
roof garden. Tho meeting was for a
tlmo a gathering of thirteen, but four
moro dropped In as tho proceedings
ad anted, and the threatened hoodoo
was lifted. '
O. P. Wilder, of tho commlttco In
iludlng also A. Young and A. Oartlcy,
presented a lengthy report embracing
rules and regulations and constitution
and by-laws. Theso will bo printed and
distributed 'among members.
Officers were elected as follows:
President. J. A. McCandlcss; vice
president, T, C. Davlcs; secretary, II
P. Wood; board ot directors: D. P. It
Isenberg, J, Denlson, W. II. Batrd, 0
A committee will meet tho Supervl
sors and discuss tho Automobile Ordi
nance beforo It comes up for final
Tho yearly subscription Is $6 am
there Is no Initiation fee.
(fiifdal (a The Ilullclln)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. l'J. District
Magistrate W. A. McKay, of Walluku
has been appointed Public Iloails Cor
respondent of tho Department oi Agri
culture for the County of Maul by Hon.
James Wilson, Secretary of Agricul
ture. This Is In recognition of Mr. Mc
Kay's long Bcrvlcc as a public official,
and his friends arp anxious to know
the stipend attached to tho olllco. The
preient storm will give Mr. McKay a
line opportunity to write In' beautiful
detail the havoc dono to tho roads.
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY'IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives t
concise and complete resume of,li le
gal notice, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permit and real es
75 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin.
$1 per year.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 22,. 1905.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brawtr ft Co
Hawaiian AftTtoiltuJ Co
niw i.on ec aurar wo..
Honokia Sunr Co ..
Kitxi Plantation Co Lta
'pm " o ...
I Ulowalu Co
I 1-4 I l-t
I 1-4 4 l-t
Pau Ptaaaationco ....
r.,iT!L f" "
' Co ....
"'!,,,,' ?l Q"St'
11 I at-t
4. Jo cod
wainwwaio svaar uaM
Winu Mm Go ....
Hawaiian CMaulc Co M
uinu k l u.
"? 01? 9
aw Tcrr'l 14 iTe.
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C.&H.SUE krf.Co. 60 e.
L1"' ftS J-
Kabbko Plant Co 6 p c
O.hu DtLCiIx -
wiaa ugar 1.0 o p c...
Pioimw Mill Co t p c -Walakia
Sales Uctween Hoards: 200 Klhcl,
t9; 100 Hon. U. ft M. Co., $23; 1C Me
llrydc, $5.60. Session: 100 Oohala,
' lw U0Ka,a' M U0Kala'
Latest sugar quotation, 3.6175 cents
or $72.35 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.6175 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Geo, P. Thlelen,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Er
920 rOUT ST.' TEL. MAIN 12.
LOCAL AND IENERAL
A Mr. Dunn In town Is called Mr.
Pau by tho natives.
The Hawaii Promotion Comralttcf
meet tomorrow afternoon.
The ship Dumfriesshire sails Wed
nesday for Eureka In ballasL
Lutted' Tsxo Flour for sale by Hen
ry May ft Co. and (VJ. Day ft Co.
Tho bark Gerard C. Toboy will get
out Thursday for San Francisco with
The schooner Hobcrt Lowers went on
tho marine railway this morning to be
Camera views, Paradise of the Pa
cific, on sale at all news dealers and
Lei Aloha Chapter, Order ot the
Eastern Star, will hold an Initiation
Tho S. S, Alameda leaves at 10
o'clock Wednesday morning, her reg
ular bchcdule time.
Threo Japanese aro detained at the
Immigration station, suspected ot suf
fering from trachoma,
havo left for Honolulu, and so on.
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins left this
morning for Walmanalo.
Annual meeting notlui of stockhold
ra ot Kona-Kau Telephone ft Telegrapb
Co., Ltd., Is run mulct New Today.
A special meeting with work In ths
third degree will be h?M this evening
by Oceanic Lodge No. 311, f . ft A. M.
A lady with experience desires to
tent and take charge ot a rooming or
boarding bouse. Address M, Englnslde.
Stevedores worked unloading tho
Alameda all day yesterday until 10:30
o'clock last night, when tbo task was
A public reception will be held at the
Chinese consulate, Victoria street neai
King, on Thursday, between 12 nooii
and 2 o'clock, in honor of the Chinese
Clinton J, Uutrhlns not so very
long ago received from bis friend,
Homer I)aenport, the famous news
paper cartoonist, an autograph original
of a Wall street t'artoon depleting a
bloated bond'holder and stock manip
ulator fleecing a silly lamz. Tho car
toon is suitably framed and adorns tli
office of Broker Thlelan.
Charles Moore of Honolulu rctnrne.l
from the Coast In the Alameda. He
went to San Francisco to meet friendr
who have been prospecting tho Ne
vacja gold fields. Moore returns to th(
mainland In two or three months t
seek his fortune In the land ot riches
Ho says tho cold did not turn him
back. Ho had no Intention of going
further than San Francisco this trip.
A. M. Hoffitt, traveling passenger
agent for the Oceanic Steamship Co.,
came In yesterday on the Alameda. Hu
returns to San Francisco on tho So
noma, due hero January 30th. Thero
are two traveling passenger agents
tor tho Oceanic Mr. Moffltt and Wal
ter Tuppcr. Tupper succeeded Jack
Boss. Moffltt and Tupper never get
to seo each other. When Moffltt ar
rives In San Francisco Tuppcr will
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
Butterlik's February patterns an.
Metropolitan now ready at Sachs.
Blankets and comforters on salo at
great reductions at Ulom's this week.
Thn nfpnnipr lu'nlnnt una Inanprtnil
today by Inspectors Holies and Bulger. I
Tho itcamers W O. Hall and Kauai '
nro discharging into the ship Ersklua
W. M. Orlflln and wlfo of San Fran,
clfco arrhed yesterday to remain sev
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. $1, $1.60 and $2 per week. 121'J
Fort strccL ,
The annual meeting of tho Honolulu
bymphony Club has been postponed un
til February lti.
Mrs. J. Torrey Connor, the novelist,
Is confined to her bed with Illness at
tho Hawaiian hotel.
Tho ship Kcnllworth will sail fur
Hllo Saturday probably, taking cnougb
sugar for stiffening'.
Thco. McLeod and a Bulletin repre
sentative wcro guests of C'lias. Mcl-cod
at Walpahu Sunday.
The B. 8. Alameda is at the railroad
wharf taking on refined sugar from
the Honolulu plantation.
Mrs. Leopold Quaylc, wife of the chief
oMlccr of tho City of-8ydney, arrlxoc1
on the Alameda for a visit.
Tho ship Ersklne M, Phelps leaves In
about a week or ten days for tho Dcla
ware Breakwater with sugar.
Tho A.-H. S. S. Massachusetts Is due
to sail from San Francisco for coaV
ports and Honolulu Manh 10.
W. Mills, Jr., a representative of n
North ot Ireland linen Iioubc, came In
on the Alameda on n business trip.
Oct your plumbing, sewering and
Uicct metal work dono at Jas. Nott,
Jr.. 1018 Alakca 8L Tel. Whlto 1801.
The Pacific Import Co, are conduct
Ing a special salo on veilings. Head
their ad In this Issuo for a few point-
The Club Stables Co. will receive
per tho Nebraskan, January 26, somu
nno driving norscs ana iretn milcu
'inc County Supervisors hold their
next meeting Monday or Tuesday even.
Ing next. Vlce-Chalrmau E. 11. Adams
The steamer Kauai from Ahuklnl,
arriving yesterday morning, brought
C8V hags of II. M. Sugar and 2311 bags
from the L. P.
A few lines of type In The Bulletin
want ad. column will bring 'changes,
untangle tangles and solve riddles In
your dally life. '
you can save -j per cenuoi your gas
oline bill by placing a carburetor In
your automobile. Schuman Carriage
Co. are sole agents.
It Is reported that the steamer I-o-hua,
now at Hllo, will be sold. In caso
Captain Miller disposes ot her she will
be taken to the CoasL
Henry Logan was fined $26 and costs
In the Police Court this morning for
assault and battery on a Portuguese.
He gavo notlco of nppcal.
Whitney ft Marsh announce tho ar
rival ot their 1906 wash waists. They
will place them on sale In a few days
watcn, tncir add on tno last page
Tho prlxe problom of Mr. II. W.
Schmidt, published Saturday, contains
somo errors. The correct setting will
be published In next Saturday' chess
M. W. McChcsney ft Sons have Just
received per the S. S. Alaskan, a large
shipment ot general groceries, rolled
barley, oats, bran, wheat, corn, mid
dlings, all at low prices.
First Mate Ryan ot the ship Kenll-
worth, one ot the three Sewall vessel j
now in port, oners 10 uei tou wai m.
boat can beat tho Ersklne M. Phelps
around tho Horn with sugar.
The whitewashed fence surrounding
school property on Wilder avenue and
Punahou streets was removed Satur
day, as tho result of the city Improve
ment movement In tho Punahou dis
trict. Captain 0. 1'. Bollcs and J. K. Bulger,
government liifcpcctorH of steamships,
arrived yesterday on tho Alameda on
their annual Inspection ot tho essoli
of there Islands. Thomas Cralgle, 4
clerk, accompanies them.
Mian I,, M. 1-cmmon and Miss Gratu
M. I'arlo, who are well known In Ha
waii In connection with various bust
nest Interests, havo decided to tako up
tho work of issuing a complete and re
liable directory for the Territory.
Governor Carter has purchased the
latest modol White steam automobile
of von Hamm-Young Co., the Governor)
Mrs. Carter and others being driven to
llnlelwa on Saturday In the now urn
chlno by Haroy Wilder. The trip wat
made In two hours. A good return was
made this morning.
Tho S. S. Alaskan, which has bfn
waiting since Thursday for the weath
er to, change, will probably leave for
Lahalna this afternoon. It southerly
winds are prevailing late In tho day she
will again postpone the trip. She takes
sugar at Lahalna and from there goei
to Hllo to finish up her load for thi
The steamer Maul arrived this morn
ing after a two weeks' trip to wind
ward Hawaii ports. On account of tho
rough seas sho brought only 420 bags
of sugar consigned to Irwin ft Co. Sev-cnty-soven
cattle wcro aboard. At Ma
hukona last Friday a boat capsized and
twelve barrels of cement were dam
aged. Unusually rough weather was
encountered all along tho Hawaii
When the dredger Pacific wants
launch for any reason sho sounds threo I
blasts of tho whistle one long ono fol-1
lowod by two shorter ones. As she Is
working on tho Inside of the harbor1
now near tho Klnau wharf, the whistles
are heard unusually plain all over
town, Tho Pacific has been whistling
Just as often over slnco she started ,
work but It has never been so 'notice- -able.
Tho Introduction ot the I'remo Film '
Pack has mado It possible to construct
Inexpensive cameras embodying many
features which allow successful pho
tography solely due to this method.
The Prcmo Adapter Is used a recept
acle for the film pack and converts tho
ordinary Plato camera Into a daylight
loading film ramera with all tho ad
vantages ot both plates and films and
nono of tho drawbacks ot 'cither. Ho
nllulu Photo Supply Co. '
1 frill r$Z J77! AH kinds here Rings and 11
L(s(i.vl 'lv 1,,IS nm StU(ls a,ul Ear"
lV?S'' 1 r"'K4' ,:n1 I,roocl'cs nnd II
mf ''$? fffi l Chains. Everything tip-to-
f faX? ' date in design and properly
(Sliw M R' COUNTER
VStf S? '$?$ LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET (
NAPA AND SONOMA I
CELEBRATED TABLE WINES
You can get wine higher In price; but quality and price con
aldered, It will be hard to surpass this brand of table wines
that have taken the FIRST PRIZE8 at both the 8t Loult and
Lewis & Clark Exposltlone.
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wins)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (St. Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
OUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNISBERQ RIESLINO (Rhine wine character)
. VINE CLIFF (Moaall type)
8AUTERNES (vty mellow; palatable)
HAUT 8AUTERNE8 (medium (west, delicate) '
CHAUTAAU YQUEM (vry rich type)
LEWIS & Co., Ltd. ' Sole Agents
169 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 240.
FIRST PRIZES WHEREVEREXHIBITED.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain size of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.05
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 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
Jo any other sand.
Lord & Reiser
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. Wa Jordan & Co, Ltd.
11 37 Fort Street
In the spring of the year the blood
gets out of order and a person Is apt
to feel generally out of orte. When
feeling off-color, drink
and you will be ready to admit that
as a plek-me-up It has no superior. Or
der a trial case today and be convinc
ed. There lin't a pleasanter or mora
healthful brew made.
OR, J. T. MCDONALD
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hour:
10-12: 2-1: 7 8. Reeldence. The Alex.
I tnder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
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real at tt. okt b bruaal , 7 eta a boa.
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