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EVENINO DULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., Wnt)NE3I)AY, JAN. 31, 1806.
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' S qtvpq . 1 UlllSIS FOR ill
We have Jutt received new sizes
In Ladles' White Satin Dancing
Slippers at S3.50
White Kid Opera ....'....3.50
White Moire 311k, Opera.. 3.50
White Moire 811k, 1 strap.. 3.50
Blue Moire Silk, 1 strap.3,50
White Kid Pump S5.00
Jjajr AND MANY OTHERS "K2
Mclnerny Shoe Store
SPAVIN CURE C'
Drooklyn, N. Y.
One of my homes went lamo from
sldo or shell bones on both feet, which
extended entirely around tlio quarter,
and was laid up for about three months.
I used two bottles of "Savo-the-Horso,"
and the horse Is perfectly sound. 1
have driven her over paved roads, and
one day gave her a slxty-mllo drlvo and
she novcr showed the least particle of
lameness. The growths have nearly all
disappeared. I have owned horses for
years, used them to build railroads and
In all kinds of contract work, and have
used remedies, blisters, firing and elec
tricity, but never saw anything toko
hold and produce such results as "Savo
thellorse" In this caso.
D. C. DENNETT, Dullder,
41C 79th St
POSITIVELY AND PERMANENT-
LY CUKES Bono and Hog Spavin,
lllngbone (except Low Ringbone),
Curb; Thoroughpln, Splint, Capped
Hock, Shoe Doll, Wlndpuff, Weak and
Sprained Tendons and all Lameness.
4C ttn per bottle. Written guaran
OJiUU ce as binding to pro
tect you as the best legal
talent could mako It. Send for copy
booklet and letters on all lameness.
At Druggists and Dealers or Express
Trade supplied by HOLLISTER DRUG CO., HODRON DRUG CO., Hon
olulu, and TROY CHEMICAL CO., Blnghamton, N. Y., forme'rly Troy, N. Y.
BEWARE OF 8 UBSTITUTE8.
The great success of' "Save-tho-.ed to be worked oft on the Innocent by
Horse" has Invited the usual number unscrupulous manufacturers and deal
of substitutes, prepared for and expect-1 cts.
i . -- Jit J
Nynck, N. Y.
In August I had a maro with an
ankle cocked from a bad wrench In a
race. It v. as so bad I had concluded
to shoot bcr, but was persuaded to
breed her and turn her out. I bred her
buC Instead of turning her out used
your "Save-tho-Horse." in wrce weens
I was more than surprised to see the
swelling disappear, and the remedy
produced a complete cure. Sho Is at
good as ever. I have raced her since
and drive her any distance without any
sign of lameness. I cannot say too
much for your remedy.
GEO. F. DEIIIHNOnR, JR.
"SAVE THE HORSE"
Is Indicated for any enlargement
caused by an Injury which leaves
a thickened condition of the tissues
Horse can be worked with cither shin
or ankle boots, as no harm can possibly
come by cither destruction of hair or
scalding of tho limb. "Save-the-Horse"
can be applied In all conditions and ex
tremes of weather.
HONOLULU STUCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 31. 1905.
After an unusually rough voyage
and with a large number of passengers
among them many tourists who will
stop off hero severnl weeks, tho Oco
nnlc 8. 8. Sierra arrived olf Koko
Head nbout 8 o'clock this morning.
Several hours later sho tied up at the
Ocennlc wharf. Altogether there were
38 passengers for Honolulu.
Among the passengers was W, R.
CnBtlc, who has been to tho Mainland
I,. A, Thurston was another return
ing Honolulu passenger.
Mrs. C. E, McCarthy, who went to
tho Coast on nccount of illness of a
relative, returned home. Yesterday
tho was slightly injured by being
thrown against tho sldo of her state
room. Major K. C. Vincent, U. 8. A., com
ing to Honolulu on officio' business,
was Injured last evening in the sa
loon. He was thrown against a chair
and Is compelled to walk with a cane.
Tho chair was broken. Major Vincent
Is trnvcllng under "scaled orders."
L. A. Johnson, a newspaper man
from Portland, was one of the arrl
als. Ho will work on Tho Ilullctln.
A number of the through passengers
aro en routo around tbo world.
Thu Slcrrn sails for tho Colonies at
9 o'clock tonight.
Purser Wnlron's report of tho voy
igc Is as follows:
Sailed from San Francisco, Jan. 25,
190G. at 4:23 p. m. Had light to mod
erate northeast and cast-southeast
winds with high westerly swells until
Jan. 29th, when tho wind veered to
wcst-BOuthwcst and then northwest,
blowing a very heavy gale with terrific
high sea running and very heavy
squalls of rain, lasting the remainder
of tho passage. Arrived off Honolulu
and received pilot at 8:20 a. m. Jan, 31.
Length of passage, steaming time,
C days, 15 hours, 07 minutes.
Hi uce Cartwrlght Jr. has about re
covered from his recent siege.
NAME OP STOCK Pa'S"l5r ? UIJ Ak'J
, MEftCANrut" ,
I C Brtwer f Co .m 1.000.000 loo 4!0
Ew Plantation Co .... .. K 11 u li
Hawaiian A-flcultui I Co .-.o. , nji-,
H.w Con Suif Co . ".Ht.tio ,t0 ,
rlawallanSutjarCs . . t.ooo,oo ,, j,
. Honotnu Sugar Co.. jo.ooo too 115
Hoflokaa Sutr;-o "w.ood to 10 l- 11 i-
Haiku bufr ij. S00.000 (0o tv,
Kmtiuku Plantation Co 500,000 M tt
Kimi Plantation Co Ltd .., 091-4
Klcanulu Sugar Co .. 160.000 lot y,
Koloa Surar Co. ---. tn.ooc tao ,j,
McMryd Ntgar Co . M00.000 N f j.4 1
Cahu butar Co - ),6oo.noo oo H, So
Onontta Sugar Co.. , . iw.ooo jo
OkUS0(arPlat ia 5. o ) l (
UUU Socai Co Lt4 . . S-ooo,ooc M , ,
Olowtlo Co.- IJO.COO l00 I ,
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co oo.ooo ,, ,,
Paaltto Sutr Mill 10,000 i lt0
Pal Plantation Co ... 5o loo il.
PctoiVao Saiar Co tio.w t loo
PlooMf MOl Co t,?o.a rio la)
WantuaAsrloilhifalCt ! io , U
WSVi Sugar Co .... t" tot
Waltaku Sugar Co Set I
Wafaaanalo Aurar Go asa.ooo tot lyo
ffaaiui Mill Go . ...
Intar-latand Staam N Co toooo 10c ltri- It.
Hawaiian ttactrlc Co w 6m,oj too ttoj
HonK T& LCoPtl. . joo.000 ... iotl io
Hon KTStLCoCon 1. 119.000 ,ot tr 7,
Mutual Tckphon Co M l)o.vo u t j-a
Oattu R tt L Co. 4.oco,o toe Sj 00 i-t
Htlo Railroad Co l,oco.ooo ti tt
Hon. U, a. Oo .. .. 11
HawTarapr IFlraCM o
HiTt,Kpl.i .- ....
Haw Tarr'l aM P c. . - ....
Haw Gov p c - - .. ion
CII.Su Ht.Co.6p.c. .... 10.
Haiku Sugar Co 6 p c .... toji-t
Haw Com St Suf Co $pc . ... io
HawSugar Coopc . - .... tait-il
HlloR W Co Con 6 pc ... tiI 10
HonKTtt L Co6pc -. . . ., let
Kahbku Plant Co 6 p .... ... iai-t.
UahuM&LCo6pc ... 10)
Oahu Sugar C06 pc M -mm .. loj'
OlaaSugar Co6p c... ... 00
PataPlantOt .. io)t-t
Pioflttr Mill Co i p C cojt-,1
Walalua AgTlc Co 6 p C-. . ... loo
McUryda . ... 00
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon, Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOAN8 NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
Sales Uct. Hoards: 20 O. It. & L.
Co., $89.00; 30 O. It. & L. Co., $89.50;
10 Klliel, $9; G Pioneer, $127.50; 50
Telephone, $9; 1C Ewa. $24.37 1-2. Ses
sion: 9 Kna, $24.25; 13 Ewn, $24.25.
DUIdends (Jan. 31) C. Ilrcwcr &
Co., 2 per cent.; Hwa, 1-2; Honomu.
1; Walmanalo. 1 1-2; Walliiku, 1 1-2;
Haw. Electric, 1; Olowalu, 1; Hon. II.
& M Co., 1. Kcu 1) Haiku, 2; Pain,
1 1-2; Pioneer, 1; Honokoa, 1-2. (Hub.
6) Hawn. Com & Sugar Co., Cue a
shaie; Onomea (S. K.), 1 1-2 per cent.;
Paauhau (S. F.), 1.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.50 cents, or
$70. a ton.
I ai I
The Sierra and tho Sonoma passed
pne another this morning. Tho trans
port Sheridan, leaving San Frnnclsco
this rnima ilav tirna t-in ful liv llin Qlnr.
. IIIV vaiag issilfft tiu iautrvi ay voau aila
ra. Tho transport is due this afternoon
or In the morning.
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 hava ANY business which needs' the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUQH WITH A RU8H.
TEL MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
rma InS Byy H;l M
I am now established In tho Young Build
ing and Have In connection with my
rooriM u modern and well equipped
I guarantee to reduce tho corpulant or build
up tho thin. My nystum of oxcerclao
peulc for Itaelf a trial will convince the
PROF. R. A. WOODS
ROOMS 17181920 YOUNQ BUILDINQ
Mcnstnul disorders, lcucorrhoca, bear
ing down pains, sap the vitality out of
womanhood. Wise of Cardui makes
motherhood possible because it cures
these troubles not simply temporarily
relieving the pain, but driving out these
Wine of Cardui fits a woman for every
duty of life.
Three ' Happy Mothers
MJIS. C. 8EAJUXN, of flreely, Neb.: 1 was in bad health and suffered
great pain at the monthly periods. After using Wine of Cardui I was greatly
islievod and two months ago gave birth to a fino boy baby,
MllS. TOM MUUIIAY, of Ilochcport, Mo.: Two years ago I spent about
half the winter in bed. In February 1 commenced to take your Wine of
Cardui. I was better at once and In a month was like a different person.
My baby was born on Easter morning and my health has been good ever sinos.
very expectant mother should use this excellent medicine.
II. O. SHELBY, of Monterey, La.: Year before last I paid 150.00 doctor
bills for. my wife. After that my wife uied one bottle of Wine of Cardui and
njne months af tr she gave birth to a thirteen pound boy baby and I haven't
paid any doctor bill tines.
Wlno of Cardui Is yours to tak today.
You can secure a $I.OO bottlo from your druggist.
Free Home Comforts
Quests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other convenl
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 6TREET8.
Llthia Water and Ginger Ale
bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral Springs, with its
own natural gas.
There Is no better table water on the market None so
pure. None so palatable.
There Is a snap and zest In every bottle that Instantly wins
popularity for FERNDALE products.
Pint Bottles $1.35 Per Dozen
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
A small, neatly furnished cottage Is
wanted. See nil., pngo 8. I
Tho physical committee of tho Y. M I
C. A. moots tonight at 7:30 sharp.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. rercUed,
per the S. 9. Sonoma choice Australian
Tho bark W. I Hint was pnsied off
Koloa bound foi Maknwell from San'
Neatly lurnlshed rooms at tho rop
ular. SI, S1.G0 and $Z per week. 1243
Tho steamer IwalanI Is nt Eleolo
taking on sugar. Sho expected to
lonvo today for this port.
A list of tho o Ulcers elected to scro
for the ensuing year In the Chambers
Drug Co. ls-publlshcd In this issue.
You'll miss Boma grand bargains If
ycu fall to attend Killers' Ready-to-wca.1
r.r;aral ca'o, beginning tomor
row. il j-gu vl;'.i to borrow money on your
rel s'.i'.s a. .:.j to P. n U. Straiten,
ret c:..".te and financial ngent. Sec
Tho CLlncae K. P. of Honolulu will
glo a bampict Saturday e citing al
their Castle on Vineyard street foi
Miss V. McGregor, milliner for 11. F.
Hhlors & Co., left for tho Coast by tho
Sonoma. Sho goes to purchaso spring
i:icicn Chinamen were fined S2 this
morning for isntnlillng. Eight Japan
use were lined the same amount on a
II. F, lllshop has filed his annual oc
count ns trustee of the estate of Jan.
(. Ilayscltlcn. He charges hlmscll
with $2302 and asks to bo alloned the
Tho ship Kcnllworth has taken on
sugar as stiffening. Tomorrow she
will sail for Hllo, whero elm will com
plete her cargo for a voyage to the
President Plnkham of tho Hoard of
Health Is at present drawing plans for
a poi factory, in which will bo Installed
a machine for preparing pot and soft
ening palat at the settlement.
Mary Kcanu, a natle girl, was til
charged In the police court this morn
Ing on a charge, of assault and battery
after a reprimand by Judge Whitney.
Tho accuser was her "fellow," Ah Hint
Tho coroner's Jury investigating tbo
death of two Portugucso and ono Por
to Ilican killed by the Kwa plantation
railroad last wcok decided yesterday
afternoon that tho men met death by
J. W. Cooncy, ono of tho passengers
on the Sierra, comes from Unite, Mon
tana.'to spend a few months on the
Islands for his health and for general
rrcrcatlon. He Is a mining man, and
his son Is the editor of tho Ilutto Even
Tho steamer Mlkahala arrived this
morning from Kauat ports. Sho
brought 6000 bags of sugar and 12 bags
of coffee. Purser Orubo reports a to
tal or 03,895 bags or sugar awaiting
shipment nt tho different mills.
The S. S. Sierra brought a enrgo at
follows: 100 pkgs. dry goods, 9H pkgs
indue... 135 pkgs. wlno and liquors, 473
pltKn. hardware and machinery, 3 pkgs
muBlc, G pkgs. drugs. 281 pkgs. tobac
co nnd cigars, 2070 pkgs. veg. fruits
and Ice house goods. Sho will tako on
GOO tons of coal.
The Quon On Society gave a moving
plrturo show in tho hall on Smith street
last evening Instead of the customary
celebration or shooting flro-crackers on
tho last day ot the New Year week. Thf
Japanexc-Ilusslan war was pictured, al
veil as many other interesting sights.
Tho caso for allowing minors on tho
premises, roportod In last wcck'H pa
per as having been taken under nil
vlBcmeut by tbo Walmea Judge, was
not as blntod against tho Walmea
Wine Co., hut against P. L. Peters antl
was dismissed Inst Montlny by Judgo
!tM ftMtt 'HJM
The purity of beer It a prime con
slderatlon. Better drink no beer than
Is as pure as can be, the result of ex- 2
traordlnary care taken In brewing It. j
When drinking PRIMO you may ba j
certain that you are drinking a bever-
age that is as wholesome as It Is pais- S
I wfv' srzs All kinds licrc Rings and If
Lall .sSWkI r'"3 nllcI StuJs aml Kar" Il
mT&SfI 1 r'"Ks' "" Brooches and if
mf feT jh Chains. Uvcrythitig tip-to-
rfaVS I date in design and properly II
AM M- R-COUNTER
9 5? 5 LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET kJ
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars 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
gar fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws 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 Halt Yincgar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Heinz Cider Yinegar
H. Kackfeld & Co,, Ltd.
FULL WEIQHT 3-lb. TINS PACKCBt
IN HEAVY FRUIT SYRUP.
PUREST AND DEST OF CALIFOR
NIA'S CHOICEST FRUITS.
Lewis & Co.,,
QROCERS 80LE AGENTS.
169 KINQ 8T. TELEPHONE 240.
Owing to a change In the price ofJ
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, $a05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, S1.SO
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tha
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
ractlcallv the nrlce of white sand.
! making It available for all kinds of con
, crete work, for which it Is far superior
to any other sand.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ DUILOINQ STORE.
Retail MAIN 22.
-PHONES Wholesale MAIN 92.
Itlank books of all sorts, ledgers'
Din nnniifartniAil ! 4lin Tliillitln 1'iilt.
!: .5'?.B',-i! , lining Company.
cards on sale at
If you are thinking of buying a Uku
lele, you will do well to Inspect our
fine new stock. We have an Immense
";r,f"V" ',,r was nro,t,e,l variety of these popular Instrument.
mi t ll iL f itif Aailtav aAAMla IVIx kA44aai
from his slumbers at l ociock onu iopi . i-io ". " u.i.
to get busy. About fifty Japanese wore souvenir of the itlands can be obtained
nt the Oceanic wharf waiting for tho
Bonoma to leave port. And tho tax
collector did set busy, ror ho succeeded
In getting a pile of money rrom the dv
parting Japanese passengers for tho
Charles Gardener, of tho Opera An
nox saloon on Iltchards street back or
tho Judiciary building, was arrested
laBt night on a charge ot embezzlement.
Ills case was put oft! In tha police court
this morning until Friday. J. 13.
Kearney is tho complainant. Ho In
linvo left $12S In the euro ot Gardner
which was never recovered asr"For Rent"
A coal passer who refused duty at' ffT,..,'" ,
..... ul.i . i.i- ...i.i. !.. ,i.., ....m uuiicun biiicb,
PVU aiiu ItttU IIVUUIV niw. h.tu ...dw h
slttant engineer on the S. S. Sonoma,
arriving last night, was placed In Iron
during the voyage. When tho vesgei
tied up at the dock the authorities wcra
notified. Later United States Attorney
Dreckons said the man could not be
held and ho was released here and al
lowed to come ashore. lie Is still Is
A big whalo was sighted by the pas
Bcngcrs on tho steamer Mlkahala yes
terday afternoon botweep Kepukat
antl Koloa, A calf whald was also
seen In tho same vicinity. The whalo
epouled fifteen or twenty times whllo
tho steamer was In Bight and caused
tho passengers a good deal ot amuse
ment for Bomo tlmo. Ilepresentatlvn
Sheldon of Kauai, ono of tho passen
gers, Is or tho opinion that tho whalo
was ot the Bparm variety,
Tbo caso or Palo Alapal, a Hawaiian
woman charged with embezzling a
doed worth $50 from Emma Loolkl, Is
being tried before Judgo Do Dolt to
day, Frank Andrado Is conducting tho
casa of tho prosocutlon. Enoch John
son was called as a witness In tho
case and was brought from tho Jail.
He assisted as a notary In tbo making
of tho deed.
Armed with hoes, shovels and pick
a gang of section men working for the
Oahu railroad company and a numbor
of Chinese engaged In a pitched battle
near Honoullull station shortly be fori'
10 o'clock this morning Several Jap
anoso were seriously Injured, and a
number of the Chinese met tha Bams
fate. Thero were sixteen Chinese an
tagonists on tha ono side and nine Jap
anese on tho other.
Lord & Belser
dr. j, t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-2-tV
I he Alexander Young Building. Hourar
10-12; 2-4: 7 8. Residence, The Ale
tnder Young Hotel, Telephone Callc
TltlttloUkaJi.Urltnt lull lb
nakii Flash and stranctn ror aicx ana
ss by making strong rloh red blood.
oheoJcsdUauisa by Riving you strsnetrt taf
mutlt. oid for Drunk ''Botaaboai
orSboiMiorDZ., ormok d onreoalpto
Brio. Vyj us about Horn Trwatmawa.
R. atOMMKO OO.. Pnlrad.lpMa. ra
Weekly Bulletin $1 per year.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
1137 Fort Street