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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY. JAN 27. 100C,
Ladies White Tennis
A White Canvas, Corrugated Rubber Sole TENNIS SHOE
Cool and Servicable
A Heavy Leather Sole between the foot and the Rubber
Mclnerny Shoe Store
FROM COAST LATE
The American-Hawaiian 3. S. Nc
tra0;an not In this morning trora San
Francisco with a comparatively light
largo. The ousel (ltd not go to (ho
Sound for freight, alio brought 23X
hags of mall. Also about 700 tons uf
general freight for Honolulu. 1'or Ka
hulul sho has 1500 tons of cargo. Tim
Ncbrnskan will lcac for Kahulul to
morrow at G ji. m. In case tho weather
ihangcs off tho port of Kahulul. Oth
erwise bIic Hill remain hero until tho
Among other shipments the Nebras
kan has 22 mules for tho Hawaiian
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 27, 1905.
NAME OF STOCr
C Brewer flt Co .
Honoki Sujtr Co -
Hilku Sur Co-.
If ahiibti Plantation CO
Kill I M-nUllonCo Ltd
Koioa Sugar Co r.
unomti buMr v.oij '
Ookala SuMf Plant Co
uui &ti i,o ua
Paauhau bucar Plant Col
Pala Plantation Co ,
PtpMWo Sugar Co .
tlAnff Mill (.a
I WaUlut Agricultural Co
Wlinbu (.Mvir Ita ...J
Pineapple Company, 13 horses, 14 cows, I waiiuku fcg-r c
Watanat Mill Co
1 bull, and 11 mules for tho Club stables wm,ku Sucar Co Set,
I 0.Waln Mill f
tho calves were born at sea. Shot misleilaneous.
and a number of calves. Sovcral of,
J. 500 ,00c
Many people undoubtedly hava
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these day of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegar are no mora ob
tainable. This Is a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co.
are perfectly reliable and sup
ply pure foods only. Their Vine,
gara fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
State In the Union but of every
country In the world. W sell
and place our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole,
Heinz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Heinz Cider Vinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
In MATTRESSES, We have a tot of
8ISAL and M08S that got mixed to
gether. We are making this up Into
good, strong tick and offer them at the
low price of
FOR A DOUDLE MATTRESS WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN DE 80LD.
Coyne Furniture Go,
brought an automobile consigned to tho !rH!:.l;ViXffcJCl
von HammAoung Co. HonKTbLCoPM...;
The Nebrnskan left San FranclBco1HonR,TL..c,c,?""
on tho lt8h. The weather was panic KRft Woltl:
nlarly bad at tno time and on account HiioKaik-oaJ Co
of the high wind and a rough sea Cap-. ,,on-B- nolics"
tnlii Wreilon thoucht It ndvlsahlQ In'u -r.. . .... ici.ni
anchor In the bay ino following' Haw TaraMpc. .
morning the vessel steamed out of tho ,'Hcy cl
nnlilen flnle. Ic.n Su uf Co.r.
Southeast winds and a heavy swell r-r.:' ;?;;;:
...r .,nn.M.Ir.l .l,l ,,..,h. h. nn. V." Jr0 5" 5"!
I1HU I.MkUMNIVIll. uuitnb IIUIIIj .mvv..- l 3UJEIT V Of C
tiro voyage from San i-ranclsco here, HiioRR Co Conjee,
ilclaylng the boat. No damage wan HukJpiaMColpt
done. A row illpil during tho trln and nihu A LCa6ic .
ono calf Is missing. I SS1" $"& " -
Tho Ncbraskan will take about COO pJafinic .."..."!
tons of sugar from here. Shots docked Pionetr Mill Co pe
rn tho railroad wharf. Tho remaining JS'u'i" Ar"c llll
nort nt Ytttw mtttrnf i til Iia (nLn nit nt ' . .
yi us. saw oiihui ns uv mnvu wai s ""
Kahulul. Sales Met. Hoards
as a bu: b 11011. 11. i.
It l-l 14 1-4
to 5-8 It 1-4
lat t li.a
6? l-afrg ft
i j-il ,
ai to l-a
ft 1-491 l-a
C I'loncor, $127.-
& L. Co. pfd.. $102:
125 Olaa, (4; 20 Haw. Agr. Co., (US;
1 100 Klhct II 60, $9.25; 20 Kwa, $24.25.
Session: 28 Cwn. $21.25: 8 Kllicl. $U.-
'60, 100 Klhcl, $9.50: 12 Klhel, $9.50.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.505 cents,
or $70.10 per ton.
Tho stenmor Ltkcllko got In this
mornlpg after a rough trip from Molo
l.nl, Mnul and Lanal ports. Sho brought
1S00 bags of sugar, 20 head of cattle, 50
lambs, 9 hogs and chickens. At Kala
papa, whllo attempting to land freight,
one of tho smaller lyats was washed
ashore and badly damaged. Heavy
swells were experienced nt Keawakapu
and during tho storm tho rcmaluluj
part of tho wharf, built some years
ago, was washed away.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
SUGAR, 3.53125 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 l-4d
Thielen & Williamson
8T0CK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOAN8 NEQOTIATED.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
Auto hacks nt 8tockards Stables.
A. Hartley returned on the Kinau
Tim steamer Clamllno left last cen
tng for .Maul porta.
Tho transport Logan left this moru
lug for San Kranclsio.
Mrs. Kcartii has now four first ilass
Jams at lie per pound.
.Miss M. M. Wight arrived from Kilo
this morning on tho Kinau.
Don't forget tho Sunday dinner Is
ono dollar, at tho ltoyal Hawaiian
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1243
Some dcslrablo bargains on Kalmukt
lots nre offered by Trent Company,
(28 Fort street.
Dirts for the extension of tho Hllu
wharf arc called for by tho Department
of Public Works.
Mr. Theophltus Clhc Davtcs has
been appointed Hrltlsh Vice Consul for
tho Territory of Hawaii.
Too steamer W. 0. Hall left last even
ing for Kauai after a load of sugar.
She will return tomorrow.
Tenders for furnishing material fot
tho Hllo wharf aro called for by the
Public Works DcpartmenL
Motion has been made to set for trial
for a day certain tho bill for construc
tion ot tho will of tho lato Jan. Camp
bell. Tho steamer Iwalnnl arrived yester
day from Klcclo With 4000 bags of sug-,
ar, which are uelug discharged Into tho
ship i: M. Phelps today.
Sugar on Kaunl: K. 8. M , 1800, V
K., 500; O. & It, 778; M. A. K., 6918,
McIJ., 19.810; K. P., 3600; U P., 2910;
II. M., 5173; M. H, Co., 9000; Kllauca,
J. H. Craig has filed his report as
executor of the estate of Constant Stir
ling, deceased. Ilho charges himself
with $1881.02 and asks to bo allowed
Thfi Hrltlsh hark Ilngolhorn left this
morning for Newcastle. Sho had con
siderable trouble with her crew before
she got nwny, a number of them hav
Judge Lindsay this morning granted
a decree of ilhorco In tho case of Ilo
becca Maemao vs. Kcokl Maim on the
grounds of cruelty. Tho llbcllont cnutv
rrnled sixteen dlllcrent assaults coin
ttiltteil nt Kwa and at Kancohe.
J. J. Kelloy ot the Customs House,
who Ib golnc to Los Angeles, and J. W.
Siirlngston. formerly In tho nuartcr-
master'H olflce, wero among the passcn-l
There are many brands of beer, ev
ery cne of which enjoys same peculiar
claim to favor.
combines the advantages of all other
beers and for all-round excellence can.
not be beat. It possesses medicinal
qualities which makes It an admirable
spring tonic. Order a trial ease today.
All kinds here Ringnnd,
Fins and Studs mid Ear
rings, Cud Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
m e niiMnrFTD &&
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET. Cl
wholesale agents. TJnion and Hotel Streets
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 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. KINO ST.
Of the Celebrated
5 cents a tin
J, M. LEVY & Co,
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.
ROUGH ON OTHERS.
New York, Jan. 12. Road Admiral
Joseph II, Coghlan delivered a sensa
tional speech to tho Patrla Society to
day Ho declared thnt tho Navy of
tho United Stntes was far below tho
strength tho public believed It was,
and Instead of having forty fighting
thlps, as appeared on paper, thcro
wcro really only eighteen ships of tho
fighting class. Of theso two wcro out
of order, so tho real Navy consisted of
Ho comnared the
ivr. on Iho trnlwnnrl I ,,,.,. lonilnn In. W'ltll that Of I.nglailll Bllll SllOWCd that
nay for tho Coast. Nlnetoon marines United States was so far Inferior
who recntly returned from Midway ! 1 ,hlU na'" "int ll n" almost use-
aflcr ten months duty also wcro on the (l" to hoI10 Ulttt "10
would over catch up,
"Wo aro greatly In need of n mcr.
chant marine, but wo aro moro In need
of battleships," continued Coghlan.
"Tho war In tho Kast has taught ono
lesson, and that Is It has shown tho
battleship Is tho only vessel to carry
on wnr and decldo war at a critical Is
sue. Wo must build moro hnttlcshlps
If wc aro to hold our own.
Tho speech caused n stir among tho
200 members present, and Coghlan's
I lcarlessness In speaking publicly ot
Tollowlng Is tho text of tho declslos thq weakness of tho Navy was broadly
TEXT OF lllcl
OF U. 8. SUPREME COURT
FULL WEIGHT 3-lb. TINS PACKED'
IN HEAVY FRUIT 8YRUP.
PUREST AND BEST OF CALIFOR
NIA'S CHOICEST FRUITS.
Lewis & Co.,
GROCERS SOLE AGENTS.
169 KING 8T. TELEPHONE 240.
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 alt type
writers, buys either a Densmore or a
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Ill AI 1HT
COMPANY ARE RUSHING
jV m. J mf aaiiiiitiiiiiiVsHPsBjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH
ot tho United States Supreme Court
In J. O. Carter, et al , vs. Territory ol
.Hawaii, fishery rights case, concerning
Which cnblo news of tho United States'
Court's rccrslng tho local courts wai
rccclcil hero covcral weeks ago. 8. M.
Uallou represented In person Carlo'
and other trustees under th 0. P. UIs.li
op will and F. W. Mlhcrton represent
ed the Territory by a brief. Mr. Jus
tl(0 Holmes delivered tho opinion of tlf
U. S. Supreme Court;
U S COURT Intro to como
This Is u proceeding to establish the
plaintiffs' right to a sovcral fishery of
tho kind described In Damon v. Ha
waii, 194 U. S. 154, and comes here
under tho rnmo circumstances as that
.KINAU GETS IN LATE
The steamer Kinau arrhed thin
morning at 11:16, being delayed by tin
rough weather along the shores ot tut
other Islands and through tho chau
neU. Heavy swells wcro experienced
during tho voage.
She brought a good many passen
gers for Honolulu, among them being
mvcrnl tourists who have been Wsltliiff
Two Porto It leans for Oahu prison In
charge, of a Hllo Jail keeper with
brought over 10 servo sentences of scv-
The dshery In question Is ajt'rnl years each lor stealing a watch
"But sho tolls ma sho levss ma frem the bottom of htr hsart."
"Yoa, my boy, but you'll find thare's always roam at tho top."
That all men's palates are pleased
With the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL BTS
FRE8H MUSHROOM 8PAWN
Mrs, E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN $39.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Dulletln Pub-
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
Early next week Tho Henry Water
houso Trust Company starts work on
(ho extension of its offices In the Wa
verley block. Tho storo juBt vacated
by tho Myrtlo cigar establishment
will bo fixed up for additional offices
for tho Trust Company, connecting
with tho present offices which extend
from Merchant Btroet, and then tho en
tiro front of tho Trust Company's
headquarters will bo renovated and repainted.
Proprietor Fltzpatrlck of tho Myrtlo
cigar store Is now almost settled In
the store, much larger than his former
quarters, formerly occupied oy .Martin,
tho tailor, and will bo open for busi
ness at tho new nnd moro elegantly
appointed stand bright and early Mon
The Uullders & Traders' Uxchange,
looking for a downtown, ground floor
headquarters, Is thinking of occupying
tho vacant store, formerly occupied by
the Union Express people, between
Fltzpatrlck's new quarters nnd tho
storo ho has Just vacated. This would
provo an Ideal location for tho Ex
change. i a i
Per U. 8. A. T. Logan, from Honolulu
for 8an Francisco, Jan. 20. J. W
Bprlngton, J. Kelley, IB marines.
Mrs, Gertz, the well known pathetic
old litigant who for many years past
has, In person, been pursuing a suit
against O. II. and 13, H. Banning, J. A.
Magoon and others, has filed an appeal
to the Supreme Court from tho ordu
of Judge Lindsay sustaining tho do
murrer ot defendant. Sho asks that a
hearing may be ordered to hear tho tes
timony of witnesses "which Is mate
rial to fully determine tho action; tho
hearing of witnesses having been de
nied to at present."
Mrs. dertz assigns eleven errors to
the orders follows:
That not the Demurrer ot Defend
id I HARBOR
Two sailors jumped Into tho water
from tho bark Engelhorn this morn'
Ing while she was being towed by the
tug Fearless out to deep water pre
paratory to setting sail for Newcastle.
One of tho men was picked up by tho
pilot boat and taken aboard again.
Tho other swam ashore and soon dis
appeared. Captain I.ovltt had been having
trouble "with his men for somo time.
Sovcral days ago five of them who had
deserted wero arrested by United
States Marshal Hendry and placed In
Oahu Jail. Just before tho bark left
the wharf this morning the men were
..i i Aifrn.i Mi.... t,n,i i.onn i,fflra i transferred from tho prison to tho
n,n iionnrni.iB thn l'rp.iiiinir JihIl'b hut . boat. Within a fow mlnutvs after the
an amended demurrer, representing de
fendants C. II. and U. R. Manning and
J. Alfred Magoon,
"Errors Second to Ninth: That the
said amended Demurrer contains eight
paragraphs and code, paragraphs was
demurred thereto by a Joinder In de
murrer, and each paragraph Is Bet out
hereby as an Error.
"Error Tenth; That the amended
Demurrer Is not subscribed by or for
"Eleventh Error: In having tho
amended Demurrer below the Ilody
certified with an opinion by subscribed
vessel left tho dock ono man went over
tho side. He was soon discovered and
tho pilot crew picked blm up.
Just as the Engelhorn was opposite
tho Oceanic wharf another of tho do
sorting sailors wub seen to jump Into
tho water. The Jiark did not stop
and the fellow was le,ft hero,
REAL CaTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 26, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Lee Kum On to Kauai Eloctrlc Co
I.uka Kahale et al to Harold Giles., W
wa fishery within tho reef In Watalao
Ikl, Island of Oahu, nnd Is claimed by
metes ami bounds In tho complaint.
Tho plaintiffs nro owners of tho adja
cent land under a royal patent follow
ing iiKin nn award of tho Land Com
mission,, ami tho only dlffercuco be
tween this care and tho former ono Is
that in this thn fishery Is not describ
ed In tho roynl patent, and that, apart
from tho question ot prescription, up
on which wo shall say nothing, tho
plalntflfs liavo to rely upon tho stat
utes alone. They offered ovldcnco at
tho trial that before tho action ot tho
king in 1839, those under whom tho
plalntlffH claim-title had enjoyed from
time Immemorial rights similar to
thoBo set out In tho statutes, and also
that thoy had been In continuous, ex
cIubIvo and notorious possession ot
tho konohtkl right for sixty years
Thoy offered In short to provo that
their predecessor In tltlo was within
tho statutes and thcrcroro owned tno
fishery. It not being disputed that It
ho did,' tho plaintiffs own it now. Tho
ludgo rejected tho ovldcnco and en
tered Judgment for tho defendant, and
on exceptions this judgment ana tnai
In Damon v. Hawaii wero sustained at
tho samo timo in ono opinion by tho
Bupremo Court. 14 Haw, 405.
Wo docm It unnecessary to repeat
Iho ground of our Intimation In tho
lormer caso, that tho statutes thcro
referred to created vested rights. Wo
simply repeat that In our opinion such
waB their cltcct. tho, ibci mai mey
neither Identified tho specific grantees
nor established tho boundaries, Is Im
material when their purport as a
grant or confirmation Is decided. It Is
enough that they afforded tho means
Df Identification, nnd that prcBumably
Iho boundaries can bo fixed by refer-i-nco
to existing facts, or tho applica
tion of principles which havo boon
laid down In cases of moro or loss sim
Tho omission of tho plaintiffs' prcd
cooHsor In tltlo to establish bis right
to tho fishery before the Land Commis
sion does not projudlco tholr caso. Seo
Kenca v. Meek, 6 Haw. 03. That com
mission wns established to dotcrmlno
tho tltlo to lands as ngalimt tho Ha
waiian Government. In practice It
treated tho flshorlea as not within Its
jurisdiction, and It would scorn to
havo been right In Its vlow. Boo Ar
Vcnl v. Wong Ka Mau, 6 Haw. 91.
and tli other a horso.
Owing to a change In the pries ar
certain alzes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, 11.55
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 91.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has bean reduoed to
practically the price of white sand,
making it available for all klnda of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
Tho Catholic Church of St. John the
llupllst, Knlihl-waena, In char go ol
Itcv. Father Clement. Tomorrow, Jan
sermon, collection, Sunday Brhool. 4
p. m. Rosary.
Tho Catholic Church of tho Sacred
Heart, ManpicHvIllo (l'unahou), In
rhargo of Rev. Father Clement. To
morrow, January 28th, 11 a. m high
uary 28th, 8:30 a. m., high mass with
a a s
Teacher "Johnny, dirt you ask your
father why wo elect Congressmen?"
Johnny "Ycssum, an' be said ho had
been try In' to find out himself for tho
last twenty years."
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Booms 21-24,
1 he Alexander Young Dulldlng. Hourax
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Realdence, The Ate
andar Yoang Hotel. Telephone Cadis
labial to toksstiMaMl.wHtrt It IIJPlFW
MakH Plojah nnd BtrwiBtO for SUaat atrial
ai by naainim etrons, rion
chaaas dtaaaaaj b Blvlna
Bom ho brima. 76 arts akoa
or S boieo for to., or rook it oa raealptat
Er!0i Vtita Vf about Worno ijt tail ija.
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