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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 150C.
e SIZES &
We have Jutt received new sizes
In Ladles White Satin Dancing
Slippers at S3.50
White Kid Opera 3.50
White Moire 811k, Opera.. 3.50
White Moire Silk, 1 strap.. 3.50
Black Moire Silk, 1 strap.. 53.50
White Kid Pumps S5.00
SJff AND MANY OTHERS -qpQi
Mclnerny Shoe Store
BIG MASS MEETING AT Y, M.C.'a. HALL
Honolulu folks ore rapidly develop-t ready to gle their expert attrition to
Ins a feeling of unanimity and with each problem in every section of the
It a healthy appreciation of the benefit city. They were prepared to serif the
to bo derived from united action1. In people. There was sure to bo differ
the sending of a delegation to Washing, ences of opinion but all were sure to
ton, In tho support of Judge Iloblnton. work together for the common kooJ
for reappointment and In tho move- 1 his committee was ready to be called
StS.VoS'Si'HOHOLULU STOCK EXlHANGE
HONOLULU, January 30. 1905.
ment for city Improvement this feci'
ing lias been Wonderfully manifest.
A splendid Illustration of the grow
ing senso of civic co-operation was ex
hibited at the Y. M. C. A. hall last even
ing when several hundred ot tho most
representative people ot tho city gath
ered together to discuss how best to
advanco Honolulu and the County, and
thereby tho Territory as a whole, as u
tomfortablo homo place, a place of
beauty and a world attraction for folks
who travel and seek out tho beauty
spots of the earth for their delight.
The meeting was called by the Ha
wall Promotion Commltteo and was a
getting together of all the Improvement
clubs and all Interested In tho town's
development and bcautlflcatlon. no-
ports of the work of tho district Im
provement clubs and ot the general Ho-
on at any time. That was what It was
for, to advlso and examine and help.
McCandlcss 'remarked that the city
should be beauttfled for those at home
as well as for the tourists If It was
a home-place the traveler would find It
Arouie Civic Spirit.
juugc s. u. Dole delivered an ad
dress which was deeply appreciated,
liming tho following to say:
"Mr. Morgan served me with somo
kind of a warrant, calling upon me to
join one of these Improvement club,
and, as a result, having no good excusa
not to, I am a member ot the Emma
street club. Emma street furnishes
good material for Improvement and we
are looking for practical results For
a little way wc have good sidewalks
and then we come to muddy places.
sip, something more; than tho New
England quilting bee convorsatzlone,
where the ladles wcro supposed to
talk about those who went out, some
thing where neighbors got together
and talked over Improving tho ills
trlcts In which they lived, a great ileal
of good could be accomplished. Thcso
district Improvement clubs wcro splen
did things for tho community, such
goislp ns was characteristic of thcso
gatherings would provo nil for tho
benefit of tho community
Tho sneaker laid particular Btrcss
on the good that coutd'bo done by the
newspapers. Personally speaking, and
ho thought tho other editors would
ngrco with him, tho newspapers were
always glad to receive reports of what
was going on in these clubs and of
what was contemplated, Members or
the clubs who had Ideas to contribute
to the general welfare should not be
backward In coming to the paper with
Information concerning their doings,
and let them wrllo up stuff themselves
and hand It In; this would bo appre
ciated by tho busy newspapermen.
Judge Dolo's remarks In regard to
the development ot tho proper civic
spirit through tho Improvement of tho
city wo live In wcro warmly endorsed
by tho speaker.
All should pull together for tho good
ot Honolulu. To do this, publicity was
needed. Tho papers were a great pow
er and tho medium ot public thought.
It good waB to bo accomplished It
could not be brought about by keeping
things quiet. General discussion of
plans of Improvement was necessary
to the most good for tho greatest num
ber. C. L. Rhodes Talks.
C. I,. Ithodcs next Bpokc, In part as
"The Improvement Club has touch
ed Into Ufa and activity tho thought
and Impulse ot co-operation in neigh
borhood and community. Thcro Is no
limit to what may bo hoped for If that
thought and Impulso can be developed
Into habit it It can bo mada perma
nent. "Tho suggestion comes to mo that
nothing Is as good an augury of per
manence, as tho effort In each neigh
borhood club to do something itself;
to get Its members and Its committees
to do something. Tlio habit of work
ing rather than ot resolving and peti
tioning Is tho best, guarantcto of per
Word From Jack Lucas.
Supervisor Lucas had tho following
"In tho last six months, wo have
spent $99,000 on the Island ot Oahu In
road work. We havo spent $72,000 In
Honolulu nlonc. Wo havo spent $12,000
In Ewa. $(,000 In Wnlnlua. and $00 In
NAMBOP STOCK Paid Up ? DM lA.kM
C Brtwtr St Co - .w ooo 100 4,,
Ewa Plantation Co .... J"0"0 k m i-i'x i-i
Hawaiian ,rlculfut (Co i.tooooo loo i ti-i
daw Com & Sucar Co )" tso Hc ,
Hawaiian Snjai Co "" ti Jt
Honomu buear Co.., , f So ooo loo )tj
Honokaa Sujar Co .owc mioihi)-'
Haiku bwrar Co 3o.c too 105
Kahutcu plantation Co joo 00c n
m4 Plantation Co Ltf tjooooo 991-4
Iparwlu Sufat Co ... twoo iM
iColoa Sugar Co .-. 3o.om too is
vfcHryda Sugar Co M"."00 k
Oahu Sugar Co ..- J 000000 iot a, , t t,
Gtooowa Sugar Co.. . . tfioe K
tXjkoU Sugar Plant Co Joo,x . I
Utia Sural Co Ltd S-o.oo , ,
OluwUu Co Ijoooo loc 1 ,
Paaunan Sugar Plant Co Somooo j, ,,
PmKK Sw Mill soo.aoo i id
ala, PtoiMailonCo .... t).om mc Hi
repko Sudor CO . TSO.OM to, tto
Ptunaaf Ma ,- , i.twj ntJ It)
WaWlwAarlooHiiralCo (.) m s M
WalhakalnfrarCo .... ?oooao M
WaMntaaU Co So
Vfllm4alo Sugar Go aoaaoo tot l?
WaaoruM Mill Co ..,. ...
Inttr-litand Swaa N Co ro.o tot nj
Hawaiian .Metric Co - 600000 too
HooKTft LCoPId ... jocooo 101 10)
Hoo KT&LCo Con 1,119000 ot to
Mutual TakphoM Co isooo te 811 ltf
OatmHtt L Co.,. 4000,001 10c tn,H
Hllo Railroad Co i,oto,ooo ti t
Hon. B.AM Go.... - .. )
Haw Tar 4 pt (Hit CI .... lo
H.wT.r.K pc. ....
Haw Ten I iHp (. ...
a aw Gov i p --- . too
ll Sug Hr Co ep c - ... to,
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc ... 104 tiit-f
Haw Com & Sug Co 5 DC - .. ioji
HawSugar Co6pc.. tad
Hllo H H Co Con 6 p c- ... i 91
HonR T St L Co 6pc . 10S
Kahuku Plant Coo p c .. toat-i
Oahu N At LCo6pc m. . lot
Oahu Sugar C06 pc . to)
Olaa Sugar Co6p c. 1 .. loo
PataPIanlCn , .. .,,, m.mwm to 1 41 a
Pionaar Mill Co 6 p c . . ioji-,1
Watalua Agile Co 6 p c leol
McBryao ---. I
Bales Between Boards: 100 Klhcl,
$3; 10 O It. & U C, $S9S0, 123 Mc
llrjde, $5 7o. Session. 10 Klhcl, $U,
7 Oahu Sug Co , $88.
Sales Bet. Boards: 26 Ewa, $24 25
Session: 10 Klhcl. $9; 10 Klhcl, $9.
SUGAR, 3.505 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change, LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
nolulu ImDrovcment commltteo went' ti".. VVu..".? '"'"?. '". . '"" "u? . """?:
listened to with deep interest and pronul ,V ik or X all mud mJ,uC
ncnt men gao short tnlks full of time- f.T i ,! nlv, !r u 1 u i LK,i
SLTJJISX J' J "55 aV,;s0r,o,;Csaat,,en,l
path to bo followed that success In Im
provement plans might bo reached,
J. A. McCandlcss, chairman ot tlio
Promotion Committee, called the meet'
Ing to order and then luvlted the fol
"This Improvement work, this land
scape gardening. Is In reality u flue art.
To have beautiful streets Is to help
build character There Is nn art in
harmonizing trees nnd buildings and
lulni trt ttlkn ennln nn thn litntrnrm
....... ...... . ... ..... ,........., )110nUmc I1(g an(j ,)arlg and a BI,CJ.
loard Fo ! Tcalth Plnkham Pdl or lhlnB"- U ls an In-Plnttlon to jouth to
J?".. ..1JcJV.t. !.'!..... ".'Jr1.'.0.1 lho nmong attractive an.r beautiful
lilLUUt-'H Ul UIU OIUI. UIB11UII L.IUVII, 1.11
ltor Karrlngton of tho Bulletin, Presll
dent Urltnths ot Oahu College, E. I
surroundings This nil hclns to build
character and that Is why I consider
.. ';... . '. a"",?.,, i .. ;b.VV' '; this Improvement work of so vital im-
7 ., "?ta?: "1 "7: ' "","" ,"" . Portnnce.. It is not only the direct re-
Judgo Dole, Supervisor Jntk Lucas,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUQH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 012 FORT ST.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the beat prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you with to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the atttntlon of active,
S cr'e ary I ' I? ' tf S 7 thV ' omoa' ' .'., oT to''also0 Z'Tl
Committee. Banker Ho Ton, Deputy At- ,cnt1,an ,c ZsitXl on tho Yeoo
PrSHr01 l'r38Cr na UdUOr """t J" "tlcular'y on Ine mfndsand' cha!"
SmanSlcCnndless first Intro- nc.,"80V!, 0nnR fc
duccd Mr. Spalding, who spoke of tho , Honolulu Is one of the most gifted
beginning of tho forming ot Improve- cl,lcs '" America In tho matter of not
rnont clubs and tho general Improve- ' srroimdlngs. With tho glorious
ment committee. Spalding Is a mem- h"'3 that Ho back of us and tho other
her of the Promotion Commltteo nnd natuial charms vvo havo every reason
thoroughly Informed In all Us details. n,ni1 Incentlvo to Improvo tho place wu
Thcso clubs, ho Bald, were to act as ad- vo, 'n- Nature has given us a won-
tnnrv rnmmlttrva tn thn lrnmntlnn UCrflll Start nnd WO Should all do OV-
Committee. Thero wero no urbltrary cp thing In our power to make thU tho
.... ... " ullaa liAnniirill 'I
rules laid tlown for their conduct. The " """"
object of tho work was tho Improvement System Is Needed
ot roads, the planting of trees, tho ro-i BUhop Libert of the Catholic Church
moving of unsightly billboards and tho was next called on and spoko briefly
cleaning up ot spots that wcro a dls- and to tho point. System was what
graco to the city. Those persons de- was chiefly needed, ho said, In tho
tailed to lead In their districts wero work of city Improvement. Ho refer
supposed to incite cooperation. The red to his recent trip to Home and
ladles wcro not to bo forgotten, for spoke or tho methods in voguo mere,
without the ladies nut llttlo could be Ono could tell by referring to govern
accomplished. There wero no dlstlnc- ment maps just what Improvements
tlons made as to nationality. All and changes wero contemplated, years
should work together. He referred to ahead, so that everything was settled
the presence of Supervisor Lucas when and there was no such thing as tho
ho outlined the work necessary to bo possibility of building n wall nnd then
done In the way of Improving roads, having to toar It down becauso a road
Stories of accomplishment abroad had wns going to bo cut through, Kvcry
awakened an Interest here. The work thing was done In a systematic man
was not original at all. Tho speaker ner nnd that was tho way It should bo
boned to see renrcsentatlvcs of all the conducted here. Honolulu was too apt
city's diverse population in the Im- to do things unsystcmatlcnlly; too apt
Drovomcnt cnmnalcn. Mr. Snaldlim to start a street and not finish It; too
also spoko of unsightly posts nnd wires apt to Improve a portion of a district
that should como down. Tliere was a anu men leave it nan nnisncu. cum
broad flold here: nil that was needed fort was tho first thing to bo consld-
was cooperation to make this tho most ered and tho comfort of tno laborer, of
beautiful cltv in the United States. line noor man. should be considered
Improvement Committee. Just as much as tho comfort of tho
President Qrlfflths of Oahu ColIccVwoll to do. First of nil. tho city should
was tho next speaker. Ho said he was bo roado conuortablo to live in; prnc
thero as a result of tho request of tho Ileal Improvements should ho mndo
Promotion Commltteo to tell what tho first, then nttcntlon could bo dovotcd
Honolulu Improvement Committee was by each and all to bcautlflcatlon. All
doing. Tho Important part of this this could not bo accomplished at
great Improvement machinery was set once, but gradually tho town could
In motion in tho district clubs. If Ho- get Into the way of doing things sjs
nolulu was made so that It was a pleas- tematlcally.
ant place to live In for the people hero Keep the Press Informed.
It would necessarily bo a grand plato W. II. rarrmgton was noxt on tho
for visitors. A great many of the Im- program. He said that tho editors did
provement operations were now In tho their talking to the people six days In
hands of the Supervisors. These offl- the week, however, since he had been
tlals could and were doing a great deal, Invited to say something on this occa
but the co-operation of all citizens was slon, ho was glad to put In his word
essential. Tho Honolulu Improvement for tho cauBe No one could complain
PnmmiiteA wu mmin un nf men who nf thn imnrovemcnt movement. Or-
possessed expert knowledge and others ganlzod work was tho main thing need
who acted as a sort of shield and buck- od; the great thing wns to get tho peo-
ler to the expert end ot the make-up. plo together; wim mis accompiimicu
Koolauloa and Koolaupoko. The na- he was sorry that the Attorney dcncral,
lives on the other side of the Islai.d Secretary Atkinson and Governor Car
say thnt-they have never had such a Ur wcro not jircscnt to nddrcss thf
hnrvest And, gentlemen, wo have meeting. "Bo Biire jou are right," In
been enabled to do this becauso wo havo Insisted, "then go ahead."
tint lind tn run un to tho legislature Bishop Kcstarlck of tho rrotcstont
(or every tent that wo wanted. In the Eplsiopal church, reported for lh
legislating nil the Islands had rcpre Emma street club. Ho declared that
sentntlvc nnd the section that had Honolulu should not ncicssarlly bi
tho stronr eft pull got tho money. I beautified along tho line of other cities
"Tho Advertiser this morning savs bcnutlQcatlons, tliere sho'J ho orlg-
that we are building the Knlmuki road Innllty In tho srhemo of Improvement
for political purioxe.i Gentlemen, if here, Honolulu was like no other city;
ihev tan find a better set of Superv ls-1 Honolulu was more beautiful than
ors aftor we go out, lit them do It. I' most cities and Improvements shouli'
like crltUlsm, gentlemen, but let it be bo mado accordingly,
truthful. I do not want any underhand l'red Mncfarlanc reported for thf
business And I tell )ou, that by tho WnlklUI Kcalla club and Chief Jiistlca
time we are out of otnee we will havo n Krcnr for tho Punahou club. John
road upon which you can travol all Kldwcll, reporting for tho Alex
around this Island In four and ono halt nndcr street iluh, said that a previous
hours." speaker had remarked that ou must
Plnkham's Good News. I bo sure you arc right beforo going
President of tho Board ot itcaiin ancau, but, in uis opinion, sometimes
too mmh tlmo was lost In being mirn
thnt you wcro right, It was occasionally
better to go ahead with an Men ot ac
complishing something, Mr. Bod ro,
portcil tor the hnlaUana Avcnuo Club
Plnkham had cootl news for tho meet'
Ing. He said ho would tell something
of what tho Board was trying to do for
tlie.jeopIo, although very much hnndl
iniined In tho matter of funds The
Leclslaturo had not allowed tho Hoard I Mr. Magulro for the Pavvna club, Mr,
ono cent to keep tho illy clean. Tho Hcjnolds for tho Manoa HelghtB iluh
Board had eight men, not counting i and .Mr Luttcd for tho Ucaili road
himself and Pratt, who did what thej I club. Prom theso reports It was vcrj
could In protecting tho town In this evident that a spirit ot enthusiasm pr'
record Through tho merchants' vvhurl I vailed everywhere.
tax ono wngon and a horso wcro at tho Mr. L'merson of the Prospect Heights
servke ot tho Board for cleaning up. Improvement Club read a paper, in pari
II'a m.ntml In tnlft lltln nPf-ndlnil . tfl 114 fftllnWR!
voice tho Board's appreciation of tho acutlcmcn: Tho residents of Ho
attttudo of tho poorer people They nolulu nro to be congratulated on ths
were. It seemed, always willing to do I
their llttlo best to rcmody evils ns
drawn to their attention uy mo miucu
ot the Health Department.
Ho had not Intendod to announco
Just yet. but tho work ot reclamation
of the district of Walklkl wbb all map
ped out and ready to be proceeded with
to tho most satisfactory completion
when the government saw fit to bam
It up. Abovo all else wo Bhould do all
(Continued on Page 6.)
Tl'os. McMillan, a machinist, has
we can to prescrvo what wo had. Whllt filed a petition ns a voluntary bank-
the Board might bo stretching Us an- nipt. Ills liabilities amount to a total
thorlty a llttl", ho believed that great of $3G0.89, All of this, with tho cxeop-
results would 1)0 achieved as far as Wat- tlon of $5 taxes. Is represented by un
kiki nnd other sections tailing for re .eociircd clnlms. The schedulo bIiows
lamatlon wero concerned. thnt boarding house keepers and sa-
Walklkl's Bright Future. ,oon keepers and saloon men aro tho
Walklkl said Mr. Plnkham. would principal sufferers. Tho Items nro ob
ho gradually occupied Thero Bhould ioiiowbs urs. iieruen vvaucrs,
always bo a plan to work to and In ths medical attendance, 6; ; Mrs. He no,
,.,,.. nf u-nii.-u.i im ni,rtoil thnt ther board nnd lodging, $85 39; Mrs. Boo,
would bo eventually a grand park ays- ard and lodging, $90; W.McCoiirt,
tern of residences Ho heartily en board and lodging. $C0,L. II. I. ol-
dorsed what Bishop Libert hod said tor, cash loaned, $20; IL II, P. Llsh-
about system System should bo can man. cash loaned $28; P. 1 . llynn,
rlcd out In Walklkl. Ills Idea of a park cash loaned, $30 GO, . Carlyle. cash
rosldenco system could bo carried out loaned, $10; A. Morrison, cash oancd,
without dlsturllng any ot tho present $-0. and Garrltt Hughes, cash loaned,
avatnm nt rnmla IVnllflkl UAIlM Ifrftti $10.
unlly be reformed; much had already, MiMlllan's assets consist of $20
under tho work of tho Board, been ac worth of machinists tools, which aro
compllshed In the way of filling pond claimed to bo oxempt, and $7 worth of
ana auaung nuisances. ,j.ou... i-"i"-,j.
Mr. Un Vnn nnd Mr. IV At snokjl
hrtafw ovnraaainir their svmtiflthv lit ' An carthauakc shock was felt last
the wo'rk and voicing the opinion thai night shortly beforo midnight. It was .sling, cut In two different places,
cooperation was the main point. unusually severe. Earthquakes hnva Mary felt llko cutting up a llttlo last
Deputy Attorney General Prosscr been or ircqueni occurrence luiciy, nigni nnu, irom mu nppi-uruuve ui a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Stock) ards Stables. 1
There will ba no meeting of the Board
of Health tomorrow
Elks' minstrel rehearsal at 1). P, O.
i: hall nt 7 30 tonight
Tho Oceanic S, S Sonoma Is duo
from tho Colonies today,
Itev J W. Wadman was a Klnau
paosengcr at noon going to Hllo
C M White left for Hllo, together
with his children, todav on a visit
Mck Peterson continues to Improve j
at ine asjium, mere is nope ior 111s
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.G0 and $2 per week. 1249
Kort strecL '
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins left this
morning for Walmanalo after another
load ot sugar.
Kahalalll was this morning appolntel
guaidlan of Petro, Hose, Jas. II. and
EllMl.et.i II. NMo.j.
'ii.o iiKUo oi M-Jil, charged with as
sault with a deadly weapon, Is being
Irlt.i heiuiu Ju.e. c Iij.t today
7-t .a.c of Chun Hoon, arrested jes
tcrdiy witn ........' -..j In his pos
session hi. Ma ea:e continued until
Grace Kahoalll wishes to thank the
many friends who showed their sjin
pathy at the funeral of the late Alex
The annual meeting ot the Hawaii
Vac lit Club will bo held at tho Ha
Kalian hotel Wednesday, January 31,
at 7:3Q P. m.
Tomorrow Is the last day on which
property nnd Incomo tnx returns can be
filed After that there Is no appeal
from the assessments.
Judge Dole left for Hllo today to
open the federal court. There aro no
cases on the calendar. Ho ls accom
panled by K. L. Hatch
A large shipment of joung large
mules has been received ex Ncbraskan
They are for Bale at reasonable figures
by tho Schuman Carrhge Co.
Superintendent ot Public Instruction
Unbhltt Is expected to return next
lhursday from Maul, where he has been
uaklng a tour of Inspection ot schools
About GOO vessels, Including ships
(rom all parts of tho world and tho
Inter Island boats as well, camo Into
Honolulu's harbor during tho vcar
Tho bark Gcorgo Curtis Is taking on
sugar for stiffening at tho Railroad
wharf. Captain Kelly expects to get
out for San Francisco within two
Mrs. W. U Howard, Mrs Harllei
and Mrs. Meredith start today on n
walking tour around Oahu. Their ltln.
crary Includes nil tho principal towns
on both sides of the Island.
Registrar Hapal has received a priv
ate cablegram from Treasurer Camp
bell It shows that ho was In Wash
ington last Saturday. It Is thought
that Campbell Is on Mb way home
Tho revenuo cutter Daniel Manning,
taking on machinery at tho Naval
wharf, will remain thcro for about a
week or ten davs. Then slio win ro
Itim tn tint nnnhnrsnn In Vnvnl ItfML
IUIM W . MM. u.b. ... ..H.M. ...... 1
II. P. Wood, nccompanlcd by Mrs.i
Wood, left on tho Klnau tor Maalaca.
Mr. Wood will visit tho Island In the
Interest of tho Promotion Commltteo
and to familiarize himself with tin
places of Interest.
Tho barkcntlno Irmgard arrived this
afternoon from San Francisco with a
gcnernl cargo. Sho was 25 days mnk
Ing tho vovngo. Somo rough weather
was experienced, but othcrwlso tho
trip was uneventful.
The French bark Champlgny Is still
off port. Tho tug 1'earlcsB went out
vestcrday to tow her In but Captain
Castcx and Captain Olscn could not
ngrco ns to tho price. Sho has 3.9S0
tons of Cardiff coal tor tho Naval Sta
Tho Pioneer goes on tho mnrlno
rUllWiiy UUAl .MUUIIUV. ,liu luill-lliuov-
ed schooner Heleno will also bo clean
ed beforo loaded with sugar. Tho
steamer J, a. Cummins and tho steam
er Llkeliko aro alxo booked to go on
Dr II. I. Boss was a Klnau paxsen
gcr totla) Ho goes to Kuwalhao and
Inter to the Parker ranih, whero ho
will net as surgeon. Dr. Boss Is from
ltcdwood City, Cal , and an old friend
of II Bows ot tho Hawaiian hotel an J
I.lhby Wllhclm has filed n suit In as
sumpslt against Ernest Wllhclm to ro
tovcr $740 Tho plaintiff shows thnt
sho has lared for the defendant's Ihreo
mluor children since October, 1901, and
bhows that tho above sum Is duo her
for her tcrvlies nnd expenses.
Tho coronor'H Jury Is In session to
day nt Hwn for tho purpose of deter
mining who was responstblo for tho
wreck on tho plantation railroad last
week which resulted In tho death ot
threo people. A largo number of wit
nisscs arn being exnmlned. Tho Jury
will probably finish Its task tonight.
Tho searchlight on tho rovenuo cut
ter Daniel Manning wns put In ubo
Sunday uvmlng. Its rays could bo
seen from all pnrts ot tho city and for
miles In all directions. 1 rom m
mountains tho streak of light lookod
unusually strango to those people whu
had not gone to bed.
Twenty-two Chlncso gamblers wer
found guilty by Judgo Whitney this
morning and fined J eaih and co-i
Two nth urn hnd tho charges nolled, At
torney Rawlins defended eleven of the
Chinamen who wcro fined and paid tho
amounts. Judge Gear represented the
other crowd of eleven, who uccmeu 10
appeal tho cases.
A. II Moffltt, tho well known Oceanlt
traveling passenger agent, loaves ou
thn S B Sonoma Mr Moffltt Is n
young man who has many friends lu
Honolulu He has been coming hero
for several yeam slaying a weeic or two
at n tlmo. Mr. Moffltt Is Just tho soit
of a man who makes good In tho pas
scngcr business and illiuba on up thu
ladder of success
A warrant was worn out this morn
ing cgalnst Mary Keanu, a natlvo wo
man, charging her with assault and
battery, Tho victim is Ah Him, a Chi-'
naman, who, as a result of Mary's ae .
,,.. I. .....I., tile, .Inh, arm In n '
nuns, id iniijiitn "- . ,n-v ... .
There are many brands of beer, ev j
ery ene of which enjoys some 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 case today.
All kinds licrc Rings and
Fins and Stnds and liar
rings, did Drooclics and
Chains. Kvcrytliiiijj ujvto-
I H ' ' date in design and propcrly
2 M. R. COUNTER &ft
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
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 pure foods only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with ths Pure
Food Law not only of every
8tate 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 Yinegar
Heinz Cider Yinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd,
FULL WEIGHT 3 lb. TINS PACKED
IN HEAVY FRUIT SYRUP.
PUREST AND DEST OF CALIFOR
NIA'S CHOICEST FRUIT8.
Lewis & Co.,
GROCERS SOLE AGENTS.
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
If you are thinking of buying a Uku
lele, you will do well to Inspect our
fine new stock. We have an Immense
variety of these popular Instruments
In all the favorite woods. No better
souvenir of the Islands can be obtained
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ DUILDINQ 8TORE.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No, 1, $1.53
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1 80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.03 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
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
nlnnlr brinks nf all BOrtB. ldlcCrB
etc , manufactured by tho Ilullctln Tub.
caruFor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
dr, j, t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24;.
I he Alexander Young Oulldlng. Hours:
10-12; 2-4: 7 8. Residence, The Ale.
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Mat. lh nnd llraiuth for Sick and
Nervous Woman.Stopswanknawa In itria
1 bt moklnaj trona, rloh red blood.
cneoauaiaajasnDr. amnKiou irwnBin m
rtwut II. sjoh) h DruKnk . 7 ot bom,
or 3 boies for S3.. o trail. d on raoolpt a)
Brio, writ uin&out noma irammanv
R. BOSANKO CO.. PDUarJslphla, Pa.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
When occasion arose these men wero all was plain sailing. Honolulu was gave a breezy address, remarklun tllat ono or two being felt every day,
Him this riimlng, Mary succeeded. J
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
R W- Jordan & Co., LtcL
. 11 37 Fort Street
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