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fcVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, FED. 2, 100C.
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& SIZES & &
We have Jutt received new sixes
In Ladles' White Satin Dancing
Slipper at $3.50
While Kid Opera $3.50
White Moire Silk, Opera.. $3.50
White Moire Silk, 1 strap.. S3. 50
Blue Moire Bilk, 1 atrap.$3,50
White Kid Pump $5.00
Mr AND MANY OTHERS -&
Mclnemy Shoe Store
My New Book
-1- r .siaM -1 Tj ii
FOR GROUNDS OF
hat jutt been put on the market
and every man, woman and
child thould avail themtelve of
one. In this book I detcrlbe at to
the care of the human body and
give a tyttem of exercltet spe
dally adapted to a TROPICAL
COUNTRY tuch at the Hawaii,
Thli book It completely Illus
trated with cult and Itt teach
ing! and health hints are at val
uable at an INSURANCE POL
ICY. Books on tale at Woods
S. Sheldon's and at my offices.
The march of Improvement In thfl
vicinity of the St. Andrew's Cathedral
and Emma Square Is taking on a very
satisfactory form. In the course of a
few day the Cathedral building will
to "discovered" after having been hid
or many long years.
Tlio buildings or tho California Ho
tel are being removed and also the
old Peterson homo on tho comer. Tho
California Hotel building will be used
In connection with the Iolanl College.
When these wooden structures hnyo
been removed, tho Cathedral will bo
open to tho street, tho building site
parked and a very attractive frontage
given tho street and tbo church. Tho
Cathedral building has been hidden
for tho greater part of Its existence
and It Is doubtful if many people of
the town havo ever appreciated what
a beautiful structure It Is. rosslbly
the change may arouso some person
nf means to a rcalliatlon of tho ne
cessity for completing tho original Ca
thedral plan, and liberal contributions
will be mado, accordingly. .
Tho Punahou-Makikl Improvement
Club completed its permanent organ'
Ization at the adjourned meeting held
last evening and paved tho way for
accomplishing much good work in th
district. Chairman Karrington of tho
organization and enrollment commltleo
submitted tho report of tho committee
recommending that the permanent or
ders consist of General Davis as presi
dent and Marston Campbell, secretary,
also recommending an executive com
mittee of seven, a committee of three
Tor each ttrcet, a committee on im
provement of telephone poles and a gen
eral admonition to take down fences
or paint them if they are necessary, and
cut hedges low The report was adopt
ed unanimously and General Davis and
Mr. Campbell assumed their oD1co3
Committees were appointed as recom
mended, tho general needs of the sec
tion discussed freely and definite ac
tion token on somo of the lmprocment
work sought to accomplish. After a
pleasant Bcsslon of about two hours tho
meeting adjourned till March 8, when
members will assemble In the St. Clem
ents' parish house.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
tho news of tho day. For $1 a year.
HUNOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 2. 1906,
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewtr & Co -.-SUGAH
twa narration vo t
Hawaiian Ap IcnIMr J Cr
HiwCom dSueir Co..
Honomu Snfir Co ....
Honokaa SuxV Co
Haiku Sutar CO -Kaboktl
Knl Plantation Co LM
Klpahutu Sar Co ...
Koloa Surar Co
Oah Sugar Co
Onamaa Suf ar Co
OotmM Sagar Plant Co
Paaunau Suc Plaaico
Pjla Ptaatatloa Co
fretakM Sagar Co
PlnMM Mill r.
Wataiua Aitlltaral Co
waiuiiaa augar co ....
WaOalalSarar CO Sat
WH.il Sojaf Go-
TVBranav ii. uw ...
lnlaflila4 Swam N Col
Hawaiian Eltctrlc Co -I
Haa II T ft L Co Cos
Mutual T.kphcna Co I
uaou i to .
Htto Railroad Co
Han. U.AM. Co
HaT.r I pr HraCI)
Haw Tin'l id c,
a aw Gov) PC
Haiku Sutar Co 6pC
Haw Cora s Su( Co pc
Haw sugar loop c ..
Hllo R K Co Con t pc
Hon R T ft L Co t p c.
uanu sutar coo pc
Olaa Sutar Co ope,
Pala Plant Co
Pionaar MHI Co 6 D e
Walalua Agrk Co 6 p c-j
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Sales Ilet. Uoards: SM Onomcn,
$28.75; 125 Haw. Sugar, (32.50; 125
Haw. Sugar, 132.50; 15 O. It. ft U. Co.,
89.60; 20 I.-. 8. N. Co., $120; C5 Mc
Uryde, 5.50; 100 Haw. 8ugar, $32.50;
100 Haw. Sugar, $32.50; 5 0. It. & I
Latest sugar quotation, 3.48 cents,
A, 4R0 fift nf tan.
. T.w W. ......
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2(1
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Dond Ex
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
PROF. R. A. WOODS
ROOM8 17181920 YOUNG BUILDING
Lithia Water and Ginger Ale
bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral Springs, with Its
own natural gas. VT i :.l:1'l!Tffa9iU4TaSi
. 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
You buy or el stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sail.
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 THROUQH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
Henry May & Co., Ltd,
Retail MAIN 22.
Wholesale MAIN 92.
Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other conveni
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.
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
Tho arrival of nearly two hundred
pcopla for Honolulu ou tho Sierra Wed
nosday and tho Siberia this morning,
many of whom aro travelers coming
hero to spend weeks or months, and
others Indefinite periods, has filled
tho threo principal liotcU to overflow
ing capacity and compelled the mana
gers to turn a number of them
to seek roomu claowhere. Tho con
gestion will bo somewhat relieved aft
er tho departure of tho Nippon Maru
and tho Siberia this afternoon and thq
transport Hhorldan tomorrow morning
for tho I'hlllpplncs. A number of tho
offcers and their families have been
stooping at tho hostelries.
This morning after the arrival of tho
Siberia tho Moana Hotel noon had cv
cry room occupied. Extra apart'
ments wero put Into uso and as many
accommodated as possible Manager
Hcrttcue was unablo to tako caro or
about twenty now-comcra
At tho Young Hotel ovcry room
avaliablo has been fitted up with fur
niture and is occupied on account of
tbo unusual rush of travelers and tour
ists. Tho Hawaiian Hotel is as crowded
as the othors, livery Voom Is occupied
and many pcoplo who could not bo ac
commodated mado application for
quarters. Managers Hows and Boyd,
as did Manager a ray of the Young and
Mr. Hertscho of tho Moana, mado ov
cry effort to seo that tho pcoplo whom
tlV could not assign to rooms wero
comfortably locaica cisownere.
The Hawaiian Hotel Annex at wai
kikl accommodated a number tbat had
applied at tho other places. Others
were referred to the Dolmonlco and
this afternoon ovcry arrival had boon
fitted out with a room and maao as
comfortablo as possible In tho differ
ent hotels and rooming houses.
Captain V. E. Carmlchael, a skipper
who has spent between 20 and 30 years
In China, is on board tho Nippon Maru,
and will go to the States to lecture on
the Chinese boycott agaimt American
goods. Captain Charrolchael Is an Eng
lishman, but he attributes all the trou
ble of tbo boycott to tho Interference
of foreigners, not Americans, who are
living In China. His wife ana aautn
ter are with him.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Qnlletln gives a completo summary of
the news, of the day. For $1 a year.
5 It means all-year-round relief1
from unpleasant kitchen duties
a building fires, carrying wood
m or coal, unnecessary cleaning,
0 etc. A Gas Water Heater will
0 aupply water In any quantity.
Doth for sale by dealers and
LOCAL AND 63MRAL
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jujr- The first count In The Dul.
fetln Auto Contest will be an-
nouneed Thursday, Feb. 8. An
early start In the contest Is an 4-
assurance of future success.
Auto hacks nt Stockyards Stables.
Tho transport 8herldan sails tomor
row morning at 0 o'clock for Manila.
Tho steamer Iwalanl leaves ai j
o'clock this afternoon for Makoweli
after a cargo of sugar.
A notice under Uy Authority louuy
calls attention to tenders for furnish
ing electric light supplies.
Tho schooner camano win sail lor
Port Gamble tomorrow. Sho goes for
a cargo of lumber for Honolulu.
If you want to buy musnn unucr
wear at money-saving prices, tako ad
vantage pf Mom s sale this week.
Tho only nlacc to get genuine home
made breol is at the Vienna bakery. It
will retain Its freshness threo days.
Jeromo Heldrlng, of The Hague, Hol
land, Is registered nt tho Young Ho
tel. He is en route around the world.
ThA contend! of rale Alcnal. tne Ha
waiian woman who was found guilty of
cmbcizlcmcnt, has been continued untJ.
The barkentlne Archer. Captain Lan
caster, will sail tomorrow for San Fran-
r.lsco with a carEO ot sugar, consisting
nf 43,000 bags.
VOLCANO MARSHALL'S VIEW8
On the Chinese Boycott told In his
quaint and forcible style will appear In
H. Jllkl. tho Japancso Interpreter, Is
translating one of Conan Doyle's detco
tivo stories, which will be put on at
the Japancso theatre within a month
Frank E. Thompson this morning an
nounced in court that the libel suit of
Assistant Superintendent of I'ubllc
Works J. II. Howland against the Ha
waii Herald Co. was practically settled
and would not be tried.
J. Dlllcr, a man from the U. 8. tug
Iroquois, forgot to return to his boat
at the end of his leave of absence, and
upon request the police located him at
10 o'clock this morning and returned
him sntcly to the tug.
Tho Territory has filed a motion to
dismiss tho bill of exceptions In the
case of I-nu Oln. An accompanying
brief shows that tho bill Is not In the
renutrcd shape, as the record and sten-
ographcr's notes are not made part
The widow who keeps boarders loses
a group or them unexpecieaiy, cuuing
her Income In half, and expanding the
mote-hill to a slnliter-vlsaged moun
tain of fret, while a quick use of The
Bulletin want columns would nil tne
empty chairs and clear the atmosphen
An far, mo uninose-Aincricuu ,'""
ato from tho newsboy ranks, roturncd
from San Francisco this morning in
tho 8lber1a. Ah Far went to the Coast
somo months ago to attend n business
college. He has finished his course
and will Beck a business opening at
Tim steamer W. 0. Hall arrhed this
morning from Kauai with 6820 bags of
sugar. Sho will make tne two una
this week, leaving for Kauai polls again
this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Hall
will return as usual on Sunday morn
Ing with another cargo of sugar. 8h
brought no passengers today.
Fanny Suu, a 13-year-old girl, who
had been neglected by her parents and
sent to tho Kakaako Mission to bo ro
lormed, was taken from tho '.Mission
today by the police and will be placod
In the Olrls' Industrial school. Tho
thange Is duo to failure of the Mis
sion to Improve the conduct of tho girl.
Quite a number of pcoplo who have
been here several months. Including
Mrs. i. S. Devlin, of Philadelphia, and
Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Tenny, of Seattle,
leave this afternoon on the Siberia for
tho Orient. Mrs. Devlin has mado
many friends during her stay hero. Sho
expects to return to Honolulu before
"MliM-hlcf In Mexico" Is tho subject
of I)Ihop Hamilton's lecture lu Odd
Fcllous hall Tuesday evening. Febru
ary 13lh nt S p. m. Thoso who havo
heard I lie UUlie-p lecture vtuto that this
Is sure to Ira not only a highly Interest
Ing, but a very Instructive address, on
a country Just opening up her vat
treasures to tho eager seekers after
wealth, adVcnturo or pleasure.
The purity of beer If a prime con
sideration. Better drink no beer than
Is as pure as can be, the result of ex- .
traordlnary 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 palatable.
All kinds here: Rings and
Pins and Studs and Bar
rings, iud Brooches and
Chains. K very thing up-to-date
itt design and properly
M. R. COUNTER N
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
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
gara fully comply with the Pure
Food Law not only of every
8tate In the Union but of every
country In the world. We sell
and plaoe our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole,
Heinz Malt Viiegar
HeiBz Pickling Viiegar
Heiiz Cider Viiegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
FULL WEIGHT 31b. TINS PACKED
IN HEAVY FRUIT 8YRUP.
PUREST AND BEST OF CALIFOR
NIA'S CHOICEST FRUIT8.
Lewis & Co.,
QROCER3 SOLE AGENTS.
169 KINO. 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 BUILDING STORE.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, 11.53
per cu. yd.; No. 2, 91.80 per eu. yd.:
No. 3, 2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 81.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 hat been reduced to
practically the prloe 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
HONOLULU GAS GO.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Tub.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 2I-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hourst
10-12; 2-lJ 7 8. Residence, The Alms.
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Mnkas Flea!) and atransrth tor loir anal
! b maklnai strong:, rto rwl blood.
cnakadlwbr lf!outitrnti tt
raatai ru iSd b bruufi a. 7B on bpsa
or i bosp tor U.. or mnul on rolpt4
Brio. Jifjw us raboirt Mom Treatmar.
Weekly Bulletin 81 per year.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
8ATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 3RD.
SILL HUIHUI vs. DICK SULLIVAN,
Honolulu, San Francisco.
IS Rounds for Lightweight Champion-
WAHILANI vs. 8AILOR MORCH,
The Whirlwind. U.S.8. Manning.
10 Roundi, Welterweight Champion
ship. KAHAULELIO vs. JIM BROWN,
The Wild 8wan U.8.8. Iroquois
0 Rounds for Middleweight Champion
Tickets for sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Thursday, February 1st.
Admission BOc, $1, $1.50, 2, Stag
Smiling as ho walked down tho
gang plank and waving at his friends
on the wharf and suaking nanas wnn
as many as ho could and as fast as
possible, Uort Totcrson, who is ono of
tbo best-known persons In the Hawaii
en Islands, returned this morning on
tbo S. S. Siberia from a trip to tho
mainland. When Mr. Potorson, or
rather l'rlncn Bert, travels, ho travels
In a hurry. Ho has only been away a
few weeks and during that lima cross
ed tho contlnont and part of tho ra
cilia 06ean to Now York and back
Slnco Mr, reterson's Ufjparturo a
story has gained circulation that ho
had gono Kast to Interest capitalists
In a schomo to reclaim sovcral lmn
drcd acres of land on tho 12wa sldo of
tho railroad property. Mr. Ioternon
says tbero 1b nothing In tho report.
"Well, did you succeed In tbo scheme
to reclaim all that land along tho wa
terfront!" asked a Bulletin reporter
of Mr. Peterson.
"What's that? What's that:" he
said, smiling somewhat. "Land
scheme. No, no, I have been to New
York for tho purpose of having my
eyes treated. See, See how clear
And with this Mr. Peterson waved
his hand commanding three or four
Chinamen who were tugging away at
Yila li.,Ma Ami rwtfA n many Imvfl
banging around, toward a carriage. la I
Ttlnnlr l.nilo nf nil sorts, lnrlsersla second ho was on his war to his bo-1
etc., manufactured by ino uuuetin ruD-toi, smiling ana waving 10 muru
lishlng Company. ' friends. Stilt a real sport.
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, Ltd
11 37 Fort Street