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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 20. IDOfi.
A White Canvas, Corrugated Rubber Sole TENNIS SHOE
Cool and Servlcable
A Heavy Leather Sole between the foot and the Rubber
Mclnerny Shoe Store
A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLUSIVE 8UITING3
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
Many people undoubtedly hava
the Imprenlon, and quite reas
onably io, In these day of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no more ob
tainable. Thli li a mlitaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co.
are perfectly reliable and aup
ply purejoods only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with the Pure
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
Heinz Cider Yinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd,
In MATTRESSES. We have a lot of
SI8AL 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.
All OffiTiS -
HUHOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 26, 1005.
NAME OF STOCK
Brawn ft Co
.... m. I tw I'laniauon -u ...
The revived Uulldors nnd Trailers Hawaiian Ancuituii Co
Uxchnnge is getting to work In earnest. ""Jwa.co
The Committee on Revision of lly-I a-v' MononlSsusiiCo .
proposes to lit out all OUjCltlonablC Monok.a Sagar Co ..
features The membership fee matter BK!:ih?Mcr
will be reformeil to please all anil Hie xinti Plantation Co UJ
tlmliniliina lii record to mombcrshlu xipanuw Sujaito
will bo cry much broadened It will K'fii'i'.'jcTZT
bo mailc so that any pcisftn or firm ran Calm iuaat Co J
Join the Kxchanga who Up contracts oX.a Su.r p7.nt C.
or engaged In selling building material uuaSuai CoLta
rri.- ....u'mmui. nro mn,l Paauhau Socar Plant Co
aiiu piuuuiith vv...i...vv -.w ...... w paciocsuftar mm...,
up of men not confined to membership Paia Plantation Co .
In the Hoard of Directors. This will r,"k?,!?,?J.' c -
widen the field of usefulness to a Rreat WaiaiuaAsticuirsrafCd
(Continued from Page 1.)
or at least tomorrow," said Judge Hob'
Inson. "I am not worrying about that. Mutual Taiartiyna Co
WaHuttl Silfir Co So
Watmanalo hurar Go
Walanaa Mill Go .....
Inttr-I.lani Swan N Co
Hawaiian ElactfK Co
Hon H T St L Co Con
Pionaar Mill Co 6 p c .
Waialua Aple Co 6 pc
1, ot 0,000
t- 1. 1 j ih.i it.. nnlKtM.nH Oiha H ft L Lo.
, " "UPVU "'"l ",u PPivu' HlloHallroaa Co ..;..,
will be announced very soon In order Hon. u. t M. c,
to relievo the work on tho already con- BON95.r
gested court calendar, vihlch now only "a-TarSi, pc 111
two Judges havo to handle. It Is ex- Haw Ttrr'i Kp c.
. . ... . - . . ..- .- Haw Hav. Br
pecieu mai mo miornoy ucncrai s ue- c-a,,;suj kirCoTtJZ
partmetit will notify Judgo Itoblnson Haiku burar Co epc
of his reappointment, stating that his ' "" 5 J c c
1 , 1 . ,.,. -..... , 1.. Haw autar v-o op c ...
luiumiBBiuii js uviuk luinuiiiL'u u o K K l-o uon 64 C
mall, and directing him to take offlco Jon H T L Co 6 p e.
Immediately This was tho courso of f,fS& uL"e..pee:
procedure taken when Judgo Undtay OanuSuiat Cotpc -
wns niiiioiuteu. ir una siioti in 110 1110 '?".f":',v"'v
... .. ;- -- --- - ., ..i faia iant.o
rase, ino Jiitiise wuuiu laito uih uaiu ui
office right an ay. and resumo tho
worl on the criminal calendar.
The announcement of tho news In
the Judiciary building caused great
oxcltcment. As soon as It was rccclv-' Latest sugar quotation
ed, Ualllff Clem K. Qulnn went to or $70.20 per ton.
Judge Lindsay's court room and wills-
percd the Joyous tidings to tho Judge,
who was on tho bench at tbo tlmo.
Judge Lindsay Immediately announc
ed (he news, which caused great Joy.
Judge Robinson's old panel of Jurors
were present, being In readiness to
work on the criminal cases, which
wero transferred from Itoblnson to
Lindsay. The Jurors Immediately
made, manifest their feelings. With
whoops of Joy they danced about and
shook each others' hands and the
Court declared a short recess to glvo'
them tlmo to calm down. 920
la l-ioi tj
Sales Hot Hoards: Ct Jtcllrydc,
J3.7G; 30 Haw. Sug. Co., 32.50.
SUGAR, 3.53125 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 i-4d
Geo. P. Thlelen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
and Bond Ex
FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Coyne Furniture Co,
Union and Hotel Streets
than painted or varnished floors and
Is far mora 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 clean. 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 ST.
That all-men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 138.
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 i
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
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 PU T THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
In tho meantime) tho courso which
Governor Carter wilt tako In tbo mat
ter Is being discussed as much as the
Judgeship alfnlr Itself. "What will
tho Governor do?" was almost Inovl
tably tho question askod when tho
news was received.
However, It Is extremely unlikely
that the Governor Is In tho least wor
ried about tbo matter at present. Ow
ing to his I'lness all newH and matter
pertaining to nffalrs aro being kept
from him, ns ho Is being kept abso
lutely quiet by tho order of his physi
cians. Tl.ero aro many who believe that tbo
Governor will surely resign. It Is ar
gued that ho withdrew his last resig
nation with tho understanding that ho
should havo n freo hand with tho local
appointments. This understanding
tho famous "combination" between tho
Governor and tho President, has now
been plainly broken, and, thcrofore,
Carter's resignation will bo sure to
follow. Tho Governor's closest friends
scorn this Idea. Ho Is said to havo
remarked that ho would not fcol badly
If tho President did appoint Itoblnson.
There aro others who think that the
Governor will bo HI for qulto a time
and that thereupon ho will tako a va
cation from tho handling of tho affairs
of tho Territory, having Secretary Av
klnson net In his place, until Jack Is
of Gubernatorial ago that Is, 33 years
old when, It Is prophesied, tho Gov
rrnor will quietly resign with a recom
inundation favoring Atkinson as bis
Tho most prouatiio theory seems to
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
041 NUUANU STREET.
Tet. Main 266. P, O. Box 940
Of the Celebrated
5 cents a tin
o AT o
J. M. LEVY & Co,
cars were not far behind tho rapidly
moving engine. A brakeman stood at
the switch and no sooner nail tho loco-
motlvo passed than be mado an effort
to throw tho rails. Whether lio sue
eveded or not Is not known. Possibly
tho switch-points did not come togcth
er In this caso It would cause a de
rallmcnt. On the other hand tin
switch-points might not havo complet
cd tho rail for tho other track, which
tho cars wero to have taken and there
was nothing to keep them from leaving
the rails and dashing along tho ground
The cars were not damaged to any
When tho cars on tho front part ol
tho train left tbo track thoy stopped
within n few yards, almost instantly
At this mement men wero thrown for
ward from one end of the train to the
other. At tho tlmo many of tho work
men were standing. Hetwccn thu ears
men paved themselves by grabbing bold
of brake handles and other things, ur
hand. Tho men on tho first car wcrt
less fortunate end as their car was the
one to leave the swltrn they were
thrown directly under tho rapidly re
Immediately thero was a cry of hor
ror and word was sent to the plantn
tlon headquarters far assistance. Men
were laying obnut tho sccno of the
wreck groaning with pain, two soofl
expiring, ono having been nearly rut
In two. Others wero yelling for help.
TTho frightened ones soon recovered
themselves and mado an effort to help
their wounded comrades.
Within a short tlmo Manager Ronton
arrived on tho sceno with assistance
and did everything possible to help the
LOCAL AND GENFHAL
Auto hacks at Btockyards Stables.
The steamer lualanl Is at Klcele load
Today Is the first anniversary of the
The ship Dumfriesshire sails tomor
row morning for Kurckn to load with
Captain Lovltt of tho liailc I'ngel
hom Is preparing to sail tomorrow for
Camera views, Paradise of tho Pa
cific, on sale at all news dealers and
Tho S. S. Sierra left San Framlsro
yesterday afternoon. She Is duo lieto
next Wednesday morning.
Tho nssumpslt caso of A. N Camp
bell vs. Mary and Chas. l.uias Is being
tried before Judgo Do Holt today.
I.odge 016 U. P. O. U.. will bold a
meeting this evening with an Interest
Ing initiation as the main feature.
(jet your plumbing, sowcrtng and
ibeet metal work dono at Jas. Nott,
Jr.. 1018 Alakca SL Tel. Whllo 1801. '
The steamer W. 0. Hall arrived lata
InH night from Kauai. She brought
"810 bags of K. P. sugar consigned to
A Sketch of What Has Been Done
In Mainland Cities Will Be Given In
Tho Mutual Telephono Co. arc com
piling a new telephone directory nnd
any change desired in name or ad
dress by subscribers should be sent In
Sugar from Hawaii Is being stored
at the railroad wharf awaiting shli
mont to the Delaware Ureakwater via
the S. S, Texan, duo here about I'cbrn
An important meeting of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution wl.l
he held at the resilience of Mrs. W. W
Hall, Monday, at 3 o'clock. A full .at
tendance Is requested.
Fourteen Chinamen who were ar
rested for gambling on tbo first day of
the Chlneso New Year, wero arraigned
In the Pollco Court this morning. Tboir
enscs were lioltcd ou account of lack
lack of evidence.
J. J. Kellcy, storekeeper at the cus
loins house, leaves on the transport
1-ogan for Los Angeles. There he will
meet two sisters whom he had uot seen
ilnce he left his former home in On
i Innatl thirty years ago.
William Koahou this morning with
drew his plea of not guilty and pleaded
guilty to a charge of assault and lial
lory with a weapon dangerous to life.
Judgo Lindsay sentenced him to Im
prlionmcnt for three months.
I-'lrst Mate Ilyan of tbo Kenllvvortb
has deposited IM) with Solicitor Tate ot
May & Co. to be placed as a bet that
his vessel will reach tho Delmvarw
Ureakwater In a less number of days
thnn the other Scwall ship, the Krskluv
A piece of government land at Ka
aleo, luntiKa of Judd street, containlnp
9-100 of an acre, was sold at auction
by Siiporlntcndcnt of Jubllc Works Hoi
loway yesterday. It was purchased
at the upset price of $000 by W. C
The steamer Nllhau got In this moru
Ing from Hawaii with 78 cattle. Janu
ary lSth the Nllhau encountered a
southerly gale followed by strong south
west winds and was compelled, togeth
er with tho steamer Nocau, to put Into
Ullo for safety.
Tho French bark Gen. Faldlerbe
Captain Christian, CC days out from
Hobart, arrived oIT port this morning
In ballast. Captain Christian will ru
mnln here until he receives orders from
the company as to where ho shall t-nil
from Honolulu. The Fnldberbc Is a
steel vessel. She will probably not
come Into the harbor but remain out
There are many brands of beer, ev.
ery ene of which enjoys some peculiar
claim to favor, '
combines the advantages of ail other
beers and for all-round excellence can
not be beat. It poitesses medicinal
qualities which makes it an admirable
spring tonic. Order a trial case today.
vm ICWn'HY : ft
I WJ JH"tJCLII m
Cgs-jfjT I riiiB, ud Brooches and II
Wf VjP A f Chains. Evcrytliiufj up-to-
' MVs'pl date In design and irojerlv;
(Ifkv M. R. COUNTER
V5 -9 5sf LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET. (!
fair has died down, and will go ahead
with his work as It nothing had hap
AWFUL TRAIN WRECK.
.. ..4w fiwv-utw m.wW bV...B w. nn r n nvprviiiinir nnHHinin in nnin inn
be, bovvover. that tho Governor will not injured. Medical aid was soon at hand
resign. It Is thought by many of his Bml W0Unds wero proporly dressed nnd
friends that oh his Illness will tako a; tho patients taken to tho plantation
lone time, ho will quietly return to tho headquarters for further treatment,
"xecutlvo seat, when most of tho ox- Coroner Fernandez was nntlflod ot
cllemcnt caused by tho Itoblnson at-1 tho death of tho two men and at onco
began Investigation. An Inquest will
bo held tomorrow or Monday to nnd
nut, If posslblo, who Is responsible for
tho accident. A large number ot wit
nesses aro to ho examined.
Flying switches aro not allowed on
tho plantation railroad by Manager
Itcnton. Frank Madron, who was run
ning tho cnglno, seems to havo taken
tho responsibility upon himself. Or
ders havo been given that flying
BwltchcB wore not to bo mado under
Sheriff Drown went to tho sccno of
the wreck In an automobile this after
noon In company with Charles Chll
i m t i
TELEPHONE MAIN 149.
(Continued from Pass I.)
7 o'clock and tho men were being trans,
fcrred from one part of the plantation
to another. Tho Walmanato end ot the
plantation was the scene of tho mix.
When tho unsuccessful flying switch
was attempted tho cars, which wero go
ing at a rapid rato nnd were loaded
from one end to tho other with hun
dreds ot laborers, left the track at the
switch and went tenrlng along over
Tho two men killed and those Injured
wore thrown to the ground, tho wheel
passing over tho Portuguese who fell
directly In front of them. The Poitd
LODGE'S CONSULAR BILL
Washington, Jan. 10. The Scnato
Committee on I'orelgn Relations loda)
concluded Its oiixiilcrntlon ot Senator
LodRo's bill for tho reorganization of
the consular tervhe and authorized Its
author to report It favorably as amend
Tho commltteo amendments nro
swcplng and aro Intended to eliminate,
as far as possible, objections made by
Democratic Senators that tho bill will
establish a system of civil fervko
under which Republican officials may
continue In office Indefinitely. As re
parted the bill1 provides for tho grail
Ing of consuls-general and consuls and
authorizes tho President to transfer
appointees to all classes of consuU
general at salaries ranging from 112,000
for London and Paris down to $3000 for
the lowest grade.
Consuls are divided Into ten classes,
ranging from $8000 for Liverpool to
C2000 for consulates ot tho lowest
Provision Is made for the appoint
ment of flvo Inspectors ot consulates,
to bo known as consuls-general at large
and to receive salaries of $5000, Tbcsd
men aro to bo appointed by the I'rcsl
dont from members of tho consular
NAPA AND SONOMA
CELEBRATED TABLE WINES
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 PRIZES at both the SL Louis and
Lewis &. Clarke Expositions.
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (St. Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
OUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNI6BERQ RIESLING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Moselle type)
SAUTERNE8 (very mellow; palatable)
HAUT 8AUTERNE8 (medium sweet, delicate)
CHAUTAAU YQUEM (very rich type)
LEWIS & Co., Ltd. Sole Agents
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
FIRST PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED.
Owing to, a change In the price of,
certain size's of crushed rock, prices In j
TUiure win dc as lonowi; no, i, ia
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per eu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
makina It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belsei
Fine Job Printing at The Dullelln
11,1$ MANY FAULTS
DR, J, T. McDONALDt.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,'
the Alexander Young Building. Hours!
10-12; X-4! 78. Residence, The Ale
ander Yoinn Hotel. Telephone Callr
MikH Flash and ajtrenith for S)lek. and
hr Druaaa . 70 ot M DO.
or 3 boaaa for s&.. or maWd on rolpt ot
MUt It. Bold hr Dru
at by maKlna; irons, rloh red
onaoka aiaaaaa nr B'Vin
prlaa. Write urn about Home Traatmanc,
OR. nsansd sga rmmaaipma. r
a you etraflgtii t
A cablegram was this morning re
ived from New York from Secretary
mean's leg was caught and ho barely , Atkinson directing that his "best con
aiio ouifiB, inu.il grstuiations
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
escaped with Ills life
of whom were on tho front car, were
burled from tho vebtclo, many escaping
with minor Injuries.
Frank Madron, a Portuguese, was the
engineer of the train. Ho was endeav
crlng to put tho string of cars on s
siding so that bo could attach tho en
glne at the other end.
As the switch was ncared the flat
bo fcent tb J. 11. Castlo, 11
W. Urcckoni, Land Commissioner
Pratt and U A, Thurston for tho sue
ccssful result of the Molokan negotiations.
A Sketch of What Has Been Done
In Mainland Cities Will Be Given In
Tax Assessor Holt docs not think
much ot the automobile, license law, 111
being bettor for the Territory, In Ills I
estimation. If there had been no sudi
law at nil '
"Tho automobile license law oper
atcs In a verv iincnual manner." unlit
Holt. "It places a certain fixed lie-'
enso, $20, on each automobile, regard
less of its value. Thus tho man who
owns a runabout costing only a few
hundred dollars has to pay as high a
tax as tho man driving a $10,000 ma
chine. Furthermore, 1 feel assured
that If there was no bucIi license law
tne Territory would be In pocket. Tho
man who owns a machlno pays his $20,
which as a specific tax exempts him
from paying any further tax on It. It
taxes wero paid, as on other properly
according to the valuo of tho autos, the
Territory would, I am sure, mako more
money on tbem.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
Ee W, Jordan & Co., Ltd
1137 Fort Street
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