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EVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., THUn9t)AY. JAN'.
Ladies White Tennis
A White Canvas, Corrugated Rubber Sole TENNIS SHOE
Cool and Servlcable
A Heavy Leather Sole between the foot and the Rubber
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably to, In these dayi 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
gar fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
State In the Unfon but of every
country In the world. We sell
and place our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole,
Heinz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Yincgar
Heinz Cider Vinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
than painted or varnished floors and
Is far more satisfactory. Paint or var
nish soon shows marks, where lino
leum does not. Linoleum comes In
beautiful fresh-printed or Inlaid pat
terns and Is easy to keep (lean. Our
linoleum Is very thick and will wear
for years. We have a large new stock
now on hand and Invite Inspection.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING 8T.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
FRE8H MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E, M.Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139,
Wing Wo Tai & Co. .
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A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
In MATTRESSES. We have a lot of
SISAL and MOSS that got mixed to
gether. We are making this up Into
good, strong tick and offer them at the
low price of
FOR A DOUBLE MATTRESS WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN BE SOLD.
Coyne Furniture Go,
Union and Hotel Streets '
Is guarded against by Insuring
with the Metropolitan Plate
Glass and Casualty Insurance
Company of New York. An ac
cident, which may arise from a
multitude of causes, may cause
you a hundred dollars worth of
damage. Be on the safe side
and Insure. ,
Bishop & Co.
It Is Impossible to obtain better
typewriter value than that represented
by the Densmore and Smith-Premier
machines. These typewriters do more
than any others. The man who knows
the good and the bad points of all type
writers, buys either a Densmore or a
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Weekly Bulletin gl per year.
FOREIGN WORKER DESCRIBES
WHAT RICE FAMINE DOES
BOILING MIXTURE OF LEAVES
AND CHAFF FOR FOOD EVEN
RICE STRAW IS NOT GOOD.
Tho Japan papers publish reports ot
the funds collected for famine suffer
era ot the country. Wm. II. Ijimpc,
chairman of the Forelisn Committee of
Relief elves the following anount uf
Hero In Hernial we hear much of tno
famine that exists In the surrounding
country districts but the city Is only
Indirectly affected anil while wo lime
the poor always with us their number
lias not ery materially Increased be
cause of the famine. To seo tho worst
however wc do not need to go far. Tho
chief of Kurlbara Country, who Is tho
brother-in-law of a very dear friend
of mine, a gentleman who wan a stu
dent with me at Princeton, recently
made the statement that his county Is
the worst In this Ken. Some friends
having recently sent a sum of money
"for Immediate distribution" Dr. For
est and I went last week with this 111
hand on the invitation of the head om
rial ot Kurlliara County to see this
had spot of the famine region.
Kurlbara County was tho sceno of the
great military manoeuvres held In the
present of His Majesty the Bmperor
four years ago. Some of us saw tho
fields at that time Just after n good
crop hud been harvested. This year tho
country olllc-ial report shows that tho
crop is loss than 8 per cent of an aver
age year. Kurlbara Is In every way by
far the largest county In Mlyngl Ken.
The main reliance ot its nearly one
hundred thousand people Is tho rlco
crop ami their loss on this last jenr
amounted to more than two millions of
yen. It Is estimated that to feed tho
poorest of the people with cheap food
until next .May will require V 19S,00uT
as lias been said several times, won;
is to be provided for those able to work
and thus much of this sum will bo paid
as wages to a large part of tho moro
than 40,000 povcrty-strh-kcii pgoplo ot
IhU country So far relief works have
not been begun except by a few phllan
throple individuals, but after work Is
begun even the able-bodied must rest
many days when snow Is falling or on
the ground. The nations of Kuropo and
America do not as gocriiments die
penso charity and here at this time hi
Japan there Is as yet no provision for
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' II
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
the sick ond nged and thoao who for has a population of n llttlo moro than
any reason cannot work. Iflvo thousand, and 73 por cent, of all
When thero was onlv hnlf n. rron'tlm rnmitinu n.... nt.t n i. i- . . -
three years ago the most Important re-'old. Thero arc only two tho twenty
lief work was the relaying out of rlco nine towns nnd villages In tho county
fields. Some of this land Is very goodiworso off than this. In ono hotiso in
tor rice, and near Tstikldato there Is u to wlilcls wo entered wo snw a man
nne largej 'tin which was well laid out who Is trying to support a family of
irce year ago Ono of tho strange Mvcn on nl)0ut twolvo e ',,
li,B8rl',.Tr.r"1!'? ,l,1,sl,"l!,0,1,81,lln!lMch ho and his wife earn by making
some of the best land yielded tho least of twlgs tho ,iuni,cl, nt0 wll.h clmrb.
"'" 1 SLJr,LU,, "'iVrLr,' 1' I- Pt. o I. . Peasant .nd has
get it out of the way. and thrown liito,,
the fields to rot and enrich tho ground
for another year.
For five years I have boon secretary
and treasurer of the Scudal rominiin-
i it . ,dL , - . , nu utii siin ii((s litis t ti j Hiivt i;ii (tin
tys poor relief committee which an- itnmly , I)0vcr- nn, misery. Tho
2 ItT.f Hrc0i.,,,m,,r?,l..yen fnmly s f 'o w'f three
vpnrA0!1'. ?Lih?, elt5r "J"1 ' ',rec chlldrcn-ono of them born after tho
Jf J?nnSvm rWe,r l "i1.0. Mlya, '"'" ran away-and tlio great grand
gl Ken I-amine Relief Commlttco I ,,h. ,,, :, f
know more than one ioor family whose
main food the year round Is what Is
left over In tho dishes of tho soldiers
In tho barracks, and have seen many
cases of poverty. Officials had recently
given us samples of tho food being eat
en by the poorest of tho poor, but 1
must admit that I was hardly prepared
when wo suddenly entered ono house to
actually seo a child eating a mixture
of boiled leaves and chaff. Ilrcakfast
had been made of this stuff by tho
whole family and there was still some
left In the pot. Some of the food wo
saw on this trip was of a sickly green
color and my stomach was almost
turned at the sight of It.
Among tho poor thero nro some who
Bllll minimi In rrnt n Hill,, .h... ,1'tlllV Hltrh famll CS SHU thO OfflCISIS
to mix with the "dalkon" for one of the
meals of the day but wo were In the
nomes ot many wno now have not u
grain of rice even once a day. A large
number of families aro trying to live
on an average, of two sen por member
per day. My experience with such
ncotilc lends mn tn hotlnvn Mint It la nnl
Wlan In itIva ttiam mnnA nt l.-.l .'.
any largo sum. Sometimes kind-heart-
ed peojtlo do as much harm as good In
meir attempts to give aid. With the
very poor a llttlo at a tlmo Is a good
rule and, no matter whut tho clrctim-
nances, we did not glvo moro than
cne yen to any family
Wo recently asked tho Chief of tho
Tax I)tireau of theso thrco ken what
is me main cause 01 tno poverty or so
many pcoplo In this region and ho re-
piled that whiles somo aro lazy ond
somo wicked the great reason Is tho
oitu ui mo luiuuiun. mo wnoio worm ground and tho flakes were buu corn
knows that tho poor havo moro than ng down thick and fast,
their share of children. Tho Japan . o
cbo havo a proverb, "bimbo ko taku- -rnf SALVATION ARMY,
san," tho poor havo many children.1 special meeting tonight. Ilov. Joho
Thoy havo also a persimmon which. wnHmn r n, m i:. rhnrrh will
they call "bimbo kokl" poor man's
-iciDiititiiuii, UC-.4IUBU ii. um yeijr mutt
seeds and contains very llttlo that can
bo eaten. In Kurlbara County tho av-
erage family consists of moro than
seven members. Ono town wo visited
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 25. 1905.
NAME OF STOCK pall Vt ? '"" KJ
" "MEifcTANTlLtj .
C Brtr c Co ... l.wo fx 4
Eol Plartatlon Co ... 5.0. to 14 i 8 4t 1-4
Hatrallan Ajilcultui 1 Co '.w lootn.
Haw Com & Sujar Co .)".$ 100 S)
Hawaiian Susai to 11 11 ji 1-.
Honotnu iugar Co... So.oo too i.f
llonokaa Sugar Co Motwxtn ,!,,,,
Haiku Sugar Co-.-...-. S.oo too ,,,
Kahuku Plantation Co-, joo.ono , ti 1 j u
KHitl Plantation Co ltd MJo. )o 91-4
Klpahulu Sugar Co .. iw.000 104 ,
Kotoa Sugar Co ... 500.000 loo tv
ftWHryde hugar Co t-5w to 1 1-4 4
Gahu Sugar Co .. 1,600.000 100 Sri- 90
Onomta Sugar Co.. , 1,000,000 M ,9
OokilaSogir Plant Co 500,000 K j ,., j ,.4
Ulaa Sugai Co LU .... J.000,000 , ,
Olowalu Co..-.... 150.000 loo , 1,
paauhau Sugar Plant Co 5000,000 jodi-.
Pacific Sugar Mill soo,om 100 loti-a
Pala Plantation Co .... 7J.oo too ')
Ptrxtkto Sugar Co . So.ooo )0o l(
Pkntr Mill Co . t,75o.ooo fl0 uoi-a ttci-i
Wl!ua Agricultural Co 4.500000 ,0, 66li
Walljku Sugar Co ... toooo toe
Wailuku Sugar Co Scr
Walmanato Sugar Go it.w (0c 170
Walanaa MllICo ... tj
Inltr-Lland Srtam N Co Jxw toe lit
Hawaiian Elaxtrle Co lx.xr 100 iro
HonKTti LCoPld. .. 500,000 ... 101
HtaiRTkLCoCoa. t, 119.000 10c 4 1-4 61 i-i
Mutual Telfphont Co 150,1x0 it I j4 I t-l
Oaritl K t L Co 4.000,00 10c I9 o
Hllo Hallrotd Co i,oo,o tl
Hon. U. e M. Cio .- ... t,
HawTtrapc IHraCIJ ... 10
HawTcraK pc.. ...
Haw Trr'l .X P e. . . ...
HlwGcvipc- - ,, too
C AH.Sug Kff.C0.6pc. ... to,
HalkuSugar Co 6pc ...10)1-4
Haw Com At Sug Co jpc ... 10)
flaw Sugar Co6p c .... ... 101-4
Hllo KK Co Con toe ... 71 too
Hon K T & L, Co o pc- .-- - .. log it)
Kahuku Plant Co 6 p c . .. looi-a'
Oanu Sugar Co 6 pc .. 10)
Olaa Sugar Co ftp c... I (9
PalaPlantCn . iojf.1
Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c - io)t-a
Walalua Agile Co 6 pc- . . . tuu
McDrydt j. I
Hales Hot. Hoards: 8 I.-I. 8. N. Co.,
$123; 300 Klhcl 1) 90, $9; 20 Hon. I).
& M. Co., (23; 200 Klliet 1) 90, $9, 12
Walalua, JOT.tJO; 10 Uwn, 124.2J; 23
Kwa, (24.25; 200 Klhcl 1) CO, 19 23.
2G Klhcl, ,9.23; 20 Mcllrydo, ,3.75.
lb lion. It. T, & I. Co. com., (G7.30.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.53125 cts.,
or $70,625 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.53125 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND DROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
920 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
'Ltt'k,". 5" .?." 1" i."." 5uk,"j
Tlio next house wo entered was only
a fow doors away. Hero Is a deserted
family. Snmo of tho neighbors emi
grated with their families to Hokkal-
i"1 tint t li I a tit n it ciin nunu on it tntt lila
t"l". "MUM. B'."1J VM.M Wb HnV.
Tho mother looks self-respecting and
Blio is bravely trying to keep allvo all
flvo with tho fow Ben she Is ablo to
We had not tlmo to visit very many
of tho flvo hundred stricken families
nnd so after giving somo help to tho
families wo did seo we left fifteen yen
with tho town officials, who had been
In Sendal on business, called Just be
fore starting homo and said that tho
rlco had been distributed. In answer
to questions ho replied that of tho
flvo hundred families thrco hundred
tiro In great need. Our Idea had been
to havo thorn beln flvo or six of-tho
very, very worst cases but thero aro
had given twenty-ilvo sen worth of
cheap rlco to each. This means that
each family receicu noi qunu iu
"sho" of rice about enough for a fan.
lly of seven for ono day's full allow
ance. Wo had Ideal weather for getting
around. Tho roads wcro frozon out
t. ...A ...,, nnm nn m 1 1 vol V llttltt RIIOW
At Tsukidato a policeman told mo that
jf t rained or snowed for three, days
there would bo Intense suffering anu
that If tho pollco wcro not watchful
somo pcoplo would actually starve
Tho vlllago officers havo no money
u,t tho policeman thought that at tho
lnm nlnrh nmn monov could bo got-
ten somehow to provent death. Just
0h wo reached homo at 8 o'clock on
i.viinv nlrht .nnw hecan to fall and
when wo awoko next morning there
wng nearly a foot of Bnow on tho
gpcak ln tno ,. tonight at 8 o'clock
jjuslc will bo furnished by the brass
Bml 8trinB baluU, Aso singing by th
Jlr chagi Mayfl.cld spoko last night
on Qoii-a Righteousness
LOCAL ANi) GENKBAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
An hdeai on JeffrlPi ariivd this
nmrnlng (ram a vMt to .Maul.
Himnr lift awaiting shipment at Mn
kancll. O. & It , 7000; M. A K , S'.'t'i
The steamer Noeau arriving till
morning left this attcrnoon for K.mai
The stenmer Mnuna I)a will airlv.
tomorrow morning from Until and llu
Camera vlows, I'aradlso of tho Pa
cific, ou sale at all news dealers and
Tno assumpsit cao of Mary Iltnkn
vs 9. Ahml Is being tried before Jndt
lie Doll today.
Settings of Black Minorca eggs tan
bo purchased from Henry Vlda. Hce
For Salo column.
The rale of sheets, pillow cases and
bath towels at Sachs' Is attracting a
cleat many economical buyers.
Now Is the time to buy blankets nml
comforters. Ulom has a special low
price sale ot these goods this week
Francis Victor I'alrler, a CalholU
priest, was this morning naturalised l
Judge Dole. Ho was a native ot Frame
Commissioner s sale of real estate in
M.inoa valley will take plate Februar)
17. ll'Ort, at 12 o'clock. Sec New To
In the 1). 1. O U hall tonight at 7 .1
0 i lock, will be held n rehearsal of the
i:iks Minstrel Co. -Klids and ilnlc lie
The bark Kalulanl has aboard 11. noil
acks of sugar. Captain Colly expo t
lo leave about tho latter part of ncm
cek for San Francisco.
He on tho safe side and insure yom
plate glass. In the Metropolitan l'lni
Glaus jnd Casualty Insurance Com
pany. lllahop & Co., agents.
Judge Dole will this afternoon nt -o'clock
rpnder hli dec Islons on the mo.
tlon for n new- trial in tho Ucrtclm.inii
inse and on the Mcrrlam mandamus
The bark 01mplc arrived at Kaana
pali jesterday after a trip of six da)
item Honolulu. She encountered con
tddcrablo rough weather. She will wait
'or a load of sugar.
On Thursday, February 1st, at 10
c dock In the morning, Morgan will sell
at his salesrooms tho greatest collec
tlon ot Hawaiian and other relics that
1 avo over becu placed before the pub
lic. The bark Drumcratg, on routo to Ma
tilla from Portland, has been reported
st 33 per cent. The master, Captain
ll.irneson, Is well known here. The
Pnimcrnlg was here last August with
Daniel Kaiho.was caught In the ad
of stealing brass fittings from freight
cars In tho Oahii railroad yard till
morning by Headmaster U l'etrle. Kal
he was taken to the police station and
charged with taneny lu tho tetotid
Judge Lindsay this morning denied
plaintiff's motion to plate hack mi the
calendar the assumpsit rase ot II. (1
Fcrrclra vs. Henry Ilsplnda; Jan. Hick
nell, Auditor of the County of O.ihu
garnishee, which was dismissed a short
time ngo on account of lack of present
County Clerk Kalauoknlanl and his
deputy K. Iluffandeau, this forenoon
called on Chief Clerk Iluckland In or
der to discuss the arrangements for
the election this full. This Is tho first
election of which the County officials
will take charge They will look nftcr
tho County election while, tho Secre
tary's office will attend to tho general
Ah both elections will fall on the
snmo day It will bo to tho ndvantago
of tho County and tho Territory to
work together In tho matter as much
as possible Tho County will havo to
Ishiio Its own proclamation nnd fur
nish Its own ballots, etc., and will bo
ablo to study with profit thoso gotten
up by tho Secretary's .offlco at tho
last election. Tho County will also
furnish Us own ballot boxes and will
look after tho County returns.
Tho County officials calculato that
owing to tho largo number of names
to bo voted for, amounting to about
tlxty In Honolulu, tbo voters will tako
at least two minutes on an average, to
vote and only about 260 voters can bn
accommodated In a precinct. For this
reason several large precincts will have
to bo split.
The Hawaii Yacht Club meets next
week and It Is understood that Vivo
Commodore Ronton 1b to become Com
inodoro ot the Club.
In view of tho coming ocean yacht
race this position will bo of no small
importance and carry with It no littlf
Henton Is a good manager and
cracker-Jack yachtsman and ho will
If elected Commodore, prove a credll
to his club and to Hawaii
iEI Will BE
Tho Pacific Mall S. 8. Siberia, which
was to havo left San Francisco Tues
day, has been delayed and will not sail
until Saturday, Hackfeld & Co. re
ceived a cable to this effect last even
ing. Tho reason of tho delay la not
stated. The Siberia was duo Monday.
Leaving tho Coast Saturday sho will
arrive here on tho morning of Febru
mm may nt
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CABERNET (old and mellow) (St. Julian Type)
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VINE CLIFF (Moselle type) . '
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FIRST PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED.
Owing to a change in the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No, 1, $1.55
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 11.80
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
erete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belsei
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