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HVrJNINO BULT.nTIN, HONOLULU, T. H , THURSDAY, I'KD. 1, 1D0G.
Ve have Just received new sizes
In Ladles' White Satin Dancing
Slippers at $3.50
White Kid Opera 83.50
White Moire Silk, Opera.. $3.50
White Moire 811k, 1 ttrap. S3.50
Glue Moire Silk, 1 itrap.$3,50
White Kid Pump $5.00
AND MANY OTHERS -pQ
Mclnerny Shoe Store
nm now established In the Young Bullcl
InKand have In connection -with my
roon-.s a modern unci well equipped
I guarantee to reduce the corpulant or build
up the thin. iVly system of oxcorclao
speaks for Itself a trial will convince the
most slcepti sal.
PROF. R. A. WOODS
ROOMS 17181920 YOUNG BUILDINQ
Lithia Water and Ginger Ale
bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral Springe, with Its
own natural gas. i ,C'A
There Is no better table water on the market. Nene 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,
Retail MAIN 22.
Wholeaale MAIN 92.
Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every othtr convent,
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 STREETS.
AT CRITICAL MOMENT
.HONOLULU STOCK EXIHAR6E
I HONOLULU, January 32. 1905.
llnil It not toon for the prompt nld
rendered by tlio Steamer Kauai to the
schooner Ka Mol during tho heavy Rale
Tuesday, the latter would have been
wrecked on the rocks of llninakttn bay
As It was, she lost two anchora ninl on
of her small boats. Sho was being liolil
nt the time of the rescue by one
anchor and a hawser from the schoonc
Kaiikeaoult, wblch was tied to a buoy.
Tho-Ka Mol arrhed about 7 o'clock
this morning from Hamakiia, with 114V
bags of sugar for the barkentine Wil
der, to bo shipped to San Franclsrn,
She has been 22 days making tho trip
Captain Hlpa commands the Ka Mol,
and In addition to himself has a crew
of nlno men. Sho had put In closn to
the shore In Hamakun bay to recche
her cargo Tuesday morning, when th
storm came on so suddenly that there
was not time to get Into safo water
The captain and eight men went ashore
with such articles of alue that they
most wanted to sac, when It seemed
that certain destruction would come.
The storm was beating the boat In the
direction of tho tfill cliffs that border a
portion of the Hay, and when tho two
anchors wcro lost, It seemed thcro was
but little chance to sao tho vessel. At
tho critical point, howccr, the Kauai
came in lew, and seeing the signals nt
distress took tho Ka Mol In tow to a
Applications for civil sen Ice exam
ination will be reecUcd at tho omen of
the aslstnnt to tho inspector of the
Twelfth Light-House District, 35 Alex
ander Young building, during tho next
thirty da) s for establishing registers of
cllglblcs lrom which appointments of
keepers and assistant keepers of light
houses will be mado in tho Hawaiian
division of tho Twelfth Light-House
district. Applicants must bo citizens nt
the United States, ocr eighteen and
under fifty years of age.
Wank forms ran be obtained unnn
application to this offlce.
A. P. NIDLACK.
Lieutenant-Commander. U. S. Navy,
Chairman Local Civil Service BoarJ
for the Llght-Houso Sen loo (In
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewer At Co ..-
Fere Plenletlon Co ...
HewelUn A.rloitM I Co
HiwiHin Suffir Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokee Slice' Co
delicti Seeer Co
Kihnlrti Pllnlelton Co
Kllwl Plentellon Co LM
IlpeMiJu sojir Co
Koloe Suter Co .
McBryde Surer Co .
I Gebu Suffer Co -
I uevvnaa auger io.. . .
OMaetofiBter Plut Co
uue aacei u lm
Peeoheu Sugar PlaalCol
Ir-ecinc aurjor jviiii...
Pelt Plentailo. Co ,
PeMluo Seeer Co .
I Pinnace Mill Co
Waluloa Sugar Co ....
Woeioku Suier Co So
wofieoelo buffer uo.
iWmw Mia Co ....
' Inler-llleag SteenN Col
newenen tlectne t.0 H
IfftMBTAr LCaPfJ ..
mottal Telethon Co
OaJrn K L Co.
Htlo Railroad Co
Hon. 0. rt M Go
new lereie PC
Hew Ten I 4 p c.
Hew Gov a B c
Haiku Sugar Co 6 p c .
Hew Com fit Sug Co s pc
newauffar i.oopc ...
Hon R T St L Co 6 p e
.anuKU fiani co o p c.
Oehu Sugar Cot pc
wiea auger i.oopc...
Pala Plant Co
Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c -
7 DIJ lAklttd
to I a
Neatly furnished rooms at the rop-
Sales Session: S McUrde. $5.TS, C
O. n. & L. Co., 189.50; S Pioneer, $127
DO; 15 IMonccr, 127.G0; C Kllicl, ,9.23,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.48 cents,
or $69 60 per ton-
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2 d
Ttilelen & Williamson
8T0CK AND BOND OROKERS.
Members Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
Changs. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which keep It from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
Telephone Main 45
You buy or sell stooks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prlcts,
You want a loan on sugar eeourlttM,
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 Thieleii & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUTTHROUQH WITH A RU8H.
TEL, MAIN 21. 912 F0RT ST.
Captains O P. nollcs nnd n. K. Bui.
per. Federal Inspectors of Hulls and
Hollers, ivturncd this morning from
Kahulul on tho steamer Claudlne, and,
In addition to Inspecting the latter ves
sel today, will carefully look cner tho
Mikhhala, which will sail for Kauai at
C o'clock this aftornoon. They will ro
main In Honolulu lone enough to In
spect tho parlous Intor-lsland boats as
they put Into this port.
This Is tho first trip of theso In
spectors to these Islands, and sinco
their nrrhnl from Sim Francisco tho
various local crntt huvo bruii held III
readiness for their Inspection. Tlmy
At the meeting of tho Hoard of Sti
pcnlsors of tho County of Oalm, Tor
rltory of Hawaii, held tho 30th day of
January, A. D. 1900, In their office, Mc
Intyro Dulldlng, tho following On! I
nance was duly passed by tho said
ORDER NO. 1.
RELATING TO SIDEWALKS WITH
IN THE COUNTY OF OAHU.
Tho Board of Supervisors of the Coun
ty of O.ihu do ordain as follows:
Section 1. All ownum of lands
nbiittlng mi and adjoining any public
Mrt'ot withiii tho county of Oalm
KTZSJ:, ,' ; ""?r., ""I" . ""l""- the U.)R off or con
their official duties ut Hint nlaco. Ib
Itvd tho Volcniio. I'roin thcro tlioy
ui'iit to Kuliulul, wliero they remained
for tvso days, Immcdlutoly beforn nt
turning to Honolulu. Canlaln Holies
is accompanied by his wlfo.
Sli AT Willi
ttrmtlon pi KliUualks or olhcrwlsc,
siiull, at tluii (i .mi cxpinov, within
thirty dnj ufter receding nollco from
the County Itoail Supet visor, rurb tho
Blilou all.H niljuriut to tho laud so
owned by tin in with substantial (-lulling,
to be of good quality Ian rock
In blocks not less than thirty Inches
long, six Indies thiol, nt tho top edge,
and sufficiently wldu to bo hold firm
ly In placo by the street paUng or
8lduwn!k; to be hammer dressed on
tho outside for a width of not less than
ten inches and on lop edgo whkh must
show a uniform width of six inches.
Blocks to bo well bedded, laid truo to
lino and grade, and the Joints between
tho blocks filled with cement grout.
Manager nldgood of tho Halelwa
Hotel was In town Inst night. Tho
waves along tho shoro In tho vicinity
of tho hotel recently havn linnn unimi.
ally high. Mr. nldgood says ho noer At street corners curb to bo carried
saw such beautiful breakers as have around on a curve, tho radius of which
!..... . . .. t . .. In I.a i,it In.. Ilinn wlrllli nf alitnurnlb
uircii i-u.i iipou ino ucucii ono aiicri,u "" ,v"" "" " "";
the other, hour after hour, day aftor Section 2. All curbing laid under
.1 ii. .. . . . . . ..'II. n nnnl,lnna nf I til a rpHlnni,nA al, nil
uuy, uniu mo recom storm auaicu. Al '" i'i".,"t-.t" w . v..m,,i.,vw nun
times when the wnvnn wnrn tin liluti 1 ho laid. Jointed and set In n good, sub-
tho wind was from off land. This In-Utanllol nnd workmanlike mnnner, and
crented tha lieantv nf Hm srenn nnd In nccordanco with tho direction and
when tho sun was shlnlnc created , '"llU' the supcnlslon of tho County
LOCAL AND G.VM HAL
y The first count In The Bui.
4r ietln Auto Contest will be an
! nounced Thursday, Feb. 8. An '
early start in the contest Is an
4- assurance of future success.
Auto hacks nt Stookyards Stables. i
Tho sttanicr Mlknhala lcaes this af I
tcrnoon for Knunl ports, I
The Metropolitan Miat Co rccehed
per the S S. Sonoma choice Australian i
miittnn 0 '
ular. V, UM and 2 per week,
Joseph Smith, an Insane man, was
brought from Wnlluku to the Insane
asylum this morning.
An Ideal country home at Manoa al
ley Is offered for sale See I'. V.. H
Strauch for particulars.
Tn bovaj and ten girls aro wanted by
Mr H I Conen Inquire at the Ha
wallan notel. between 2 and 4 p. m.
I'lalntltt In the cato of A. V. Cami
bcll vs. Mary I nrni and Chas. Lucas
haj filed n niotlnn lor a new trial.
Dr. A. it. Ilowat returned from Maul
today, whither ho had been on speilal
business connected with his profc
Mrs. Allen Herbert entertained Tuck.
day evening nt dinner for I)r nnd Mrs.
Walters, the occasion being the tenth
anniversary of their wedding day
I'lve Chinamen wcro fined 2 each
and costs this morning in tho l'ollca
Court on a chargo of gambling Clov
en others wcro fined $3 and costs each.
VOLCANO MARSHALL'S VIEWS
On the Chinese Boycott told In his
quaint and forcible style will appear in
Superintendent Chalmers of tho cou
structton work at tho Kahaulkl army
post, was badly Injured jestcrday by
being cut on the right leg by a ban t
Judge Lindsay has rendered Judg
ment pro conferso for plaintiff In the
sum of $1555.15 In tho case of Allen &
Hnldnson, Ltd., s Sanitary Steam
Laundry, Ltd. .
The rcgulnr monthly meeting of the
Preo Kindergarten and Children s Aid
Association will be held on Friday
morning, February 2, at 9:30 In tu
Y W. C. A. rooms.
H, J. Salter, well known In this city,
who for secral cara conducted a
grocery store here, at one tlmo located
In the Orphcum block, died on tho lotlt
of January at Nllcs, Alameda county,
Tho defendant In the damage suit ot
Joso Figaro s. I?wa Plantation Co,
Ltd , has filed a demurrer to tho amend
cd complaint on tho grounds that it sets
forth two causes ot action Improperly
Twelvo Chinese, arrested on sus
ptrlon of gambling, wcro discharged lu
the I'ollce Court by Judgo Whitney this
morning on account of lack of evldciicn.
Attorney Charles Chllllngnorth d
fended tho Chinamen.
Somo rough weather was experienced
by the steamer Claudlne, which arrived
tins morning fiom Ililo and Maul ports
Tho gala ot Tuesday was felt ocry
wbcro among tho Islands. The Claud
Ine will sail tomorrow for Maul ports.
W n Castle, Jutt back from the
mainland, Is said to bavo called on At
torney General Moody In Washington
and urged the reappointment of Judge
Ilobliison. Mr. Castle postthely re
fused to bo Intervened this morning
Tho raso of Mary (lordon Uennctt,
the famous I'orto Itlcan omazon,
iharged with assault with a weapon,
Is being tried before Judge Do Holt to
day. Attorney (Irecnwcll appears foi
tho defcndnnL while Deputy Attorney
(lencral Fleming prosecutes
Tho I'unahou Maklkl Improvement
Club, Including residents In tho dis
trict bounded b Wilder avenue, I'una
hou, HnBtlngs and Maklkl streets, will
meet tonight at tho club houso, corner
of Kecniimoku nnd Wilder menuu.
The meeting Is called for 7:30 p. m,
superintendent of I'ubllc Works Hol
low oy has rcicUcd word from 'asli
liigtuii that tho Territory s claim foi
routs of (ho District Court quarters
from August 1 to December 31, 19u5,
whh h wns pus-cd by the Attorney Ren
oral s Department, has liecn.rcfcrred to
the Auditors Department
Although tho A.-H H. S. Texan will
be In port about rdiruarj ft for u cargo
of sugir. not a bait bus jet been re-ci-hol
for her, nnd this will prohahl)
raiiMi Hiinie dilu) In her departure Sho
will take on nearly 7 000 tons nf sugai)
In Honolulu ami will re-echo tho rnst
of her inigo. amounting to a total of
11,5110 tons, nt Hllo. Sho will sail
around tho Horn for Atlantic Coasl
Annual meetings of the Hawaii
Ditch Company and tho Hamakiia Dlttla
lompany were estcrday afternoon held
In tho' olllres of Thompson & demon
Ilamnlhia ollUers wcro elected as foi
lows V M. Lewis, president. J. T.
McCrosscn, vko president, V U.
Thompson, treasurer: C. V demons,
oecretnry, and the nboe, with Harri
V Lewis, directors. Olllccra of ino Ha
wal Ditch Company aro the samo ox
cpt that Thompson la secretary and
demons Is treasurer.
The purity of beer Is a prime eon.
slderatlon. Better drink no beer than
Is as pure as can be, the result of ex
traordinary care taken In brewing It,
When drinking PRIMO you may be
certain that you are drinking a bever.
age that Is as wholesome as It Is pala i
All kinds here Rings nnd
Tins and Studs and Ear
rings, Zud Drooclics and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
iu design and procrly
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Section 3. Any person, firm or enr
noratlon who shall lolato any of tho
1 nrnvlslnns nf thin Orillnnnt p. shall lin
Captain Lancaster expects to sail foi
cntlno Archer, which Is now receiving; ncd not exceeding Ono Hundred Dol
n cargo ot Btigar fur that port. Tli
sugar Is being shipped by Castlo
Cooke. The Archer will carry, In ad
Ultlon to her cargo, a number of pas'
scugcrs for the Coast.
Section . All owners of lands abut
ting on and ndjolnlng any public
stroctB after curbing has been laid,
shall, at their own expense, keep their
Rldowalks clean nnd rrco or nil weens
r,.i rn , ,,, ,,,, .r.i..i..i 'and other cgetablo matter, provided,
.lP.t.al." ?.l.lyo....ti..b."kollal,1li""li however, should tho owners hno grass
, l l, ,,7 Z iJ .! V i . Bn Ymeon they shall Keep same
win ie tai El Tm, '' t so same shall not bo a nuisance or
LnM"."', 3;h,r IT'r.""' Inconvenience to tho public passing
,i'm.. t "".;..'.' Jr"': thereon.
Hr.,a7be'en ..Iro slncoNr;,,.' .I .?Uo 5. This Ordinance shajl take.
.. 0IICCl ,rom 0im auer us passago anu
(Sgd.) E. R. ADAMS,
Vlco Chairman, Hoard of Super
visors, " Attest:
(Sgd.) D. KALAUOKALANI JR..
Clerk, County of Oahu.
If you want the best talking machine
at the lowest possible figure, get a
VICTOR. We have all the latest rec
ords. BER08TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOW8' BLDQ.
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars art no mors ob
tainable. This Is a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co.
are perfectly reliable and sup.
ply pur foods only. Their Vine
gars 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 Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Heinz Cider Yinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
FULL WEIGHT 31b. TINS PACKED
IN HEAVY FRUIT 8YRUP.
PURE8T AND BE8T OF CALIFOR
NIA'S CHOICEST FRUITS.
Lewis & Co.,
" GROCERS SOLE AQENT8.
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 24a
Owing to a change In tha price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $l.3i
per cu. yd.! No. 2, $130 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 83
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
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.
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.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Lord & Belser
Itlank bonks nf nil sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tha Ilullcttn Pub
lishing Company. I
DR. J. T. MCDONALD,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours:
10-12; 2-t: 7 8. Residence, The Ale
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Makes FlMh nnd Strength for 8Iok and
Nervous Women. 8toptwenknoaln either
ei py miuuna airons ncn rea diooo.
checks disease tnr fslvlnntou etrenntrt to
nvDrutxali is 70 cts a box
or 3 hoies for 4.i ormruhd on rsoelpt ot
resist It. Sold by
the Bulletin office.
cards on tale at
price. Writs us nbout Home Trent men.
DR. 0O&A1.JKO CO Philadelphia, Pa
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt returned this morning from
Maul, whoro ho has made an extended
tour of inspection,
"I visited every school on Lannl and
Maul," said Dabbitt this foronoon,
"and looked thoroughly Into the condi
tions 'Peaco and harmony rest over
all tho schools,
"I shall probably rnako recommen
dations for new school buildings at
Walhec, Kallua, Klhel, Huelo and Na
hlku; and, as soon as funds are avail
able for now and largo schools' at OIo
walu and Pala. I am going to try to
got additional land for tho schools at
Pala, Hamakuapoko, Walheo and Wnl
luku. and now lots for tho schools at I
Kallua, Walkapu, Kllicl and Nahlku.' j
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.
11 37 Fort Street "
jLxMft 4faL.y-&y &'
iirtr4rV 4 it i.iftr ,,M tier. ,.,tt.;., .'W.-.rt.