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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H MONDAY, FED. S, 1906,
& SIZES S
We have Juit received new tliee
In Ladles' White Satin Dancing
Slipper, at .; ..$3.50
White Kid Opera 53.50
White Moire Silk, Opera. .$3.50
White Moire Silk, 1 strap.. $3,50
Dlue Moire Silk, 1 strap.$3,50
White Kid Pumpt S5.00
T AND MANY OTHERS -
Mclnerny Shoe Store
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 4. 1906.
NAME OP STOCK
C Brtr & Co -.
twa fianTauon i.a .y.
Hawaiian AflKttlnil I Co
Hawaiian Suiar Co '
HAftnmii Sutar Co..
Honokaa Svt'l Co
I. coming on the 16th. j hj jSj, tj--
nm-Young Co. have ar-! Kihll Plantation Co lm
The Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., ex
pect n large shipment of automobiles
about tho middle of this month. A
carload of Iteos
Thi. Vnn tlnmm.Yotini?
ranged to bring hete two expert auto-1 Koioa Sprat Ca .
.,!. I!.. Irnn. O.n I.Vnn M mnn ' McBryiS Sue" Co
.uuuuu iikii ...- ..-..., , Oabll Sttf ar t0 .
who havo seen long service In tho col. gt',,cf"y
fibrated French garages. ou"su CoLu .
numerous men ui wcaiin are now wiww yj
nnaalnir Itil. wdv with their own an.1 '" !u''.P.,,,ci1
-"-- -- -- a-aimc aojtar mm
os, or, u mey navu iiui inm-uiui-B, uio
in several cases, purchasing them
Mr. Hoag of San Francisco and Mr.
Dell of Minneapolis aro tho latest to
como hero with their machines. They
aro making their headquarters at tho
Von Hamm-Young garage.
Von Hamm-Young are about to Intro,
diice a big line of commercial vehicles.
Pat Plamatlaa Co
p?kM Sugar C -
Walalua Arrlm Mural Co
wauBKV sugar t,o ....
WallukuSucar Co Str
Walmanalo -varar Go
latar-lalan Sla N Co
Hawaiian eiictrlc Co -HmKTftLCpPJI....
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! PROR R. A. WOODS
J 'ROOMS 17181920 YOUNQ DmLDmO
My New Book
has Just been put on the market
and every man, woman and
child should avail themselves of
In this book I describe as to
the care of the human body and
give a system of exercises spe
cially adapted to a TROPICAL
COUNTRY such as the Hawaii.
This book Is completely Illus
trated with cuts and Its teach'
Ings and health hints are as val
uable as an INSURANCE POL
ICY. Books on sale at Woods
& Sheldon's and at my offices.
Mania! Tahavhona Co .
Hackfeld & Co. have been the pioneers rianuR It 11
In this regard, with their drummer's " "
auto. Von Hamm-Young have senti ' 'don
Jtway from herb a great deal of l.tera-.HawTaMPt-lHraCi)
ture In regard to tho Islands, partlcu- ; Tt'rfv tivTl
nriy as 10 mo opportunities uuro tur nawoovspc-.
They havo also sent to Si. T&Jt'J
1 and trade Journals mi- ffi.M'sci'f.T
mcrous photos of scenery and automo- HawSufarCoopc...
biting groups, many of which have'Jjgf l ..
bocn published and spread broadcast,
so that they are accomplishing good
promotion work tor tho Islands as well
as for their own business.
Think of It, tho amount of versatil
ity comprised In a performance sticlil
as the Elks' Minstrel Co. propoec to
produce, wnero art, science, commerce,
music and song are thoroughly' exem
pllflcd. Think of tho coon with a
Scotch dialect singing a German song;
a coon with an Irish dialect, singing 1
Yiddish composition; a coon with a
Swedish dialect singing Ita'g Time, and
many other novelties equally as hum
orous and amusing thus the Elks
Intend to entertain the pcoplo of Ho
nolulu when tbey present their noxt
annual show to March,
tCahtAa Plant Calar.
Sugar Coo pc
liaa sugar lop c..
Piontor Mill Co t p c .
Walalua Atrlc Coo pc
I - M l-l
9 9 ll
l 1 -a
,24; G Ewa, (21;
C Ewa, 2t; S Ewa,
C Ewa, $24; C Ewa,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents.
Tho Wcokly Edition of tho Evening
Pullctln gives a complcto summary of
tho nowa of tho day. For SI year.
SUGAR, 3.42 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s,
Tiilelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
A light house makes a light heart.
The steady light Is the atujy light the Electric Light.
Did you ever think of elect'lclty as the great universal fluid that
radiates from the heart of nature to make the world brighter?
We all wish to be looked a. In the best light. The best light to
be looked at, or to look at other folks In, Is Electric Light, i
A lightning bug Is pretty In the landscape, but It Isn't much good
to travel by. If you want your shops popular, make your streets
hrlnh with .Irrtrlr llnhts.
Electric Lights, like the fairies of the old German legends, will do
much hard housework for you, it you treat mem wen.
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 nseds the attention of active,
hustling agents, '
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
PARADE ON THE HB
Hawaiian TCWirie Co.. Ltd.
f Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Main 390
We havejust received new supplies of
"Ushers C. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
That's what makes and saves money. Juit THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company
t. F. CQLBUBN III. Manager. Office. KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. Houie furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlehed. Cooks, Yordboyi and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN H0U8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. WhIU 2401.
The Bulletin, 75cts per month !
General plans for tho floral parade
on Washington's birthday wero outlin
ed at a luncheon given by A. Gartlcy,
vice chairman of the Hawaii Promo
tlon Committee, at tho Young Hotel
on Saturday. A. A. Young, W. P. nil
llngham, A. M. Drown, Frank Andrado
and A. F. Judd wero Mr. Gartley'a
Tho coram. tteo decided to award
only bluo ribbons for first prizes and
red ribbons for second prizes in an
Mr. McCantllcss has charge of tho
classification of automobiles as follows:
Motor cars, runabouts and Interme
diate machines. Each class will hava
Entries made with A. A. Young or
Sccretnry Wood of tho Promotion
Carriages havo been classified, with
prizes to bo awarded, aB follows: ,
Ilcst Blx-ln-hand; best four-ln-hand;
best tandem: best pony, or Juvenile,
turnout; best trap; best decorated
surrey, 'driven by span or In single.
Entries for carnages can ue mauo 10
A. V. Judd or Secretary Wood.
It has been decided to oner ra-u
prizes as follows:
Ilest lady ra-u rliicr. Viz: secona
bust, 15; third best, (10; fourth best,
nest luvcn o Kin ra-u naer. to:
best Juvenllo boy rider, $5; second
prizes In each class, J2.50.
Ilcst anncarlng cowboy. $20.
llluo ribbon for best appearing lady
rider and bluo ribbon for best appear
ing lady rider In otbor than I'a-u co
llluo ribbon for best appearing
DCbl liritilUUl CUUIUllUI DUUJVll. VM
Mrs. Qcorgo It. carter win present
tho prizes. Queon Lllluokalanl has
been clvon a siiccta! Invitation to ue
lircsent as the guest of houor and she
has accented. Tho ludges in mo va
rlous divisions have been grouped as
. Automobiles Mrs. K. M. Swanzy,
Mm. E. Kaxon Illshop, Jtrs. Cecil
Drown. Mrs. It. C. Van Vllet, Mrs. IL
do I), Layard.
Carriages Mrs. V. A. Schaefor, Mw.
C. II, Cooper. Mrs. Samuol Parker,
Mm. F. W, Macfarlono, Mrs. W. M.
Pa-u riders Mrs. Helen Noonan,
Mm. II. W. Lyon, Mrs. C. 8. Holloway,
Mrs. Eben Low, Mrs. Helen Holt.
' There will be an assembling of au
too and other vehicles around Thomas
Sheriff A, M. Drown will bo grand
marshal of tho Floral Parade, and
.'rank Andrado Is In charge of tno
:'au riders: A. A. Young of tho nutoa
"Tracked Around tho World," by far
the most sensational melodrama ever
staged In Hawaii, matlo such a big hit
with theatergoers Friday and Saturday
that the Ornheum management will
present this exciting play again for
thrco nights this weak, tonight, Tues
day and wndncsilay.
Tho Krcat automobile raco In tho
fifth act Is the feature of tho produc
tion. Two modern machines are seen
In a race, the wheels of the autos re
volving at a speed of sixty miles an
hour. The hero gives ihnso to tho vil
lain who has mado oft with the heroine,
bringing his machine alongside that
of tho kidnapper and rescuing the girl
while the autos aro at top speed, after
a thrilling fight 'with revolvers. In the
second net thcro Is a railroad nceno that
Is full of stirring business. Here nlso
tho sliced of the train Is represented
lu aft cITcctlvo manner.
Every ono of tho six arts Is a thril
ler. Never beforo has siah scenic effect
been attempted here.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
nsap- The first count in Tne bui. v
letln Auto Conteit" will be an-
nounced Thunday, Feb. 8. An
early start In the contest Is an
assurance of future success. -!
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
It Is reported that W. T. Itawllus Is
III with appendicitis.
A loune lady witn experience ur
sires n pot Itlon ns t lerk In n store,
Thero were six deaths from tuber
culosls between January 10th and 3It
tlnwnllnn News Co. aro selling 8
largo stock of popular cloth-bound nov
els at halt prices.
A probate notice In tho matter of tho
estate of Clara II. llanntng, deceased,
Is published In this Issue.
A list of tho ofilcers elected to serve
for thp oncttlnic year In the Mutual Tel
ephone Co., Ltd., Is published In this
FretRht on board tho steamor Nocau,
from Klholo, consisted of 4128 bags of
P. S. M. sugar, 2i.hags of cOITce, 35
bead of cattle and 12 packages of sundries.
Under New Today notlco is given oi
tho annual meeting of the Walalua Ag
ricultural Co., Ltd., to be held at the
oftlce of Castle & Cooke, Wedncida)'
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21, F. & A. M..
will hold a meeting tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 In Masonic Temple, for
tho purpose of nttcndlng the funeral
of W. F. Allen.
Twelvo Chlncso were arrested last
night by the pollco on a chargo of
gambling, and havo been placed under
bonds of $10 each to await their trial,
which will bo held February 7.
Joe Cohen has been asked to bo pres
ent tomorrow ntternoon at tho meeting
of tho Promotion Commlttco In refer
enco to tho proposition to tour the Unit
ed Btatcs with tho Hawaiian band.
Mute's nancrs belonging to Samuel
fJourley were lost between Union street
and the Young Hotel, nnuer Kintny
return samo to the oftlce of Inspectors
of Hulls and Hollers. Young uunuing.
R. D. Johnson has taken charge of
tho HolTman saloon and will In future
tonduct samo at tho old stand, cornor
Hotel and Nuuanu. where ho will bo
pleased to welcome his many menus.
w. Kaauwai, onco a siowuru tot
King Kalakaua, died yesterday even
Ing. Ho was born on Maul and was
C7 years of age. The burial occurs at
Kawalabao cemetery at 3 o'clock tbli
Mr. Kolinsky of tho Hoard of Agri
culture has received word that Dr.
Nicholas Ilusscl and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Konnan will arrive from the Orient
tomo time this month. Kcnnan may
leituro on what he saw during tho war.
Tho naval transport Lawton has been
ordered from Manila to San Francisco
and will arrive at this port about Feb-
ruary 19. Among per passengers win
bo Cantaln 8. Ackley. who has been
ordcretl to the Maro Island hospital
Ah Him, who wns arrested February
B tor assaulting wmi u ucuuij i.u,rw..
Mary Kcanu, who had been living witn
him, was compelled to return to Jail
today, as his bondsmen concluded to
Biirrendcd him nnd thus protect him
self from chance of loss. His case will
be tried February 8.
Tho trial of Mrs. Helen O. Fonscca,
charged with keeping a disorderly
house, began beforo Judge Do Dolt
this morning. Judge Humphreys con
ducted tho defense, whtlo County At
torney Douthltt prosocutcd. lue prin
cipal witnesses In tho case were a
number of young ladles, answering to
tho names of May, Annie, Mary, etc.,
Mrs. Jane Wilson died lost night at
her homo on Nuuanu avenue. 813 was
a native of Glasgow and 74 years of
ace. She leaves two cousins In Scot
land and was an aunt of tho lato Kob-
crt More of this city. She was well
known In this city as a nurse. The fun
eral takes place at 4 o'clock this nfter-
noou: Interment In Nuuanu cemetery
Although claiming that ho went
aboard tho Nippon Maru, forgettitii
his ticket, a former Ilusslan soldier,
who was taken oft that vessel at this
plate, will be returned to Japan. He
tan only bo treated as a stowaway. H
tells an Interesting story of how tho
buldlcra on board a transport on which
bo was Balling, threatened to cntite
troublo unless paid for the entire time
of scrvico In the army. They wer
given their pay, and troublo was avert
The purity of beer Is a prime eon.
(deration. Better drink no beer than
Is as pure a can be, the result of ex.
traordlnary care taken In brewing It.
When drinking PRIMO you may be
certain thai you are drinking a bever
age that Is as wholesome as It Is palatable.
I BKjJJBf yyrt All kinds liefer Rings and II
1 afVkS fjffi 'WA and Studs and Ear- II
iWHSj--.! L i rings, nd Brooches and II
lEVY-- ffh l V C'a'ns' Everything up-to-
flri!;i$Y f I date in design and properly If
IOkW W- R COUNTER
'VjgjJlF" LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET C
LEONARD CLEANABLE REFRI&
ERAT0R8 are the easiest In the world
to clean. The Inslde.parts can be eas
ily removed, and you can get Into the
corners without any trouble. These
refrigerators are not only more eco
nomical than any other kind, but are
decidedly more handsome.
H. Hackfeld & Co,
Delicious Potted and DevlletS
Chicken, Tamates, Potted and Dev
iled Beef, Ham and Tongue; Rbc
do Veau (sweet breads), Home
Dinners, Pates de Fole Cras, Plgw
Feet, Veal Loaf, Enchiladas, 0
ford 8ausages, Roast Pigeon.
Turtle, Oxtail, Tomato and many
others, peerless and palatable.
And everything else to make up at
quick lunch for the one who "Just
Lewis & Ca.r
o FOOD SPECIALISTS. o
169 KING 8T. TELEPHONE 240.
A GOOD AD MAN
"This Major Vincent business makes
me think of a man who used to oper
ate through New England," said a vis
itor to the city yesterday. "Ho came
from Malno and wo called him Old
Dill I can't recall ljls last name. Ho
was about tho size of your Mr. Testa
and looked something llko him. lis
hobnobbed with all the big men of the
section and was especially Intimate
with tho tatlroud men who would put
him lu charge of their advertising.
"Well, I1I1I would go to a town, hire
two or three men and go on the liiiBlost
street. Ho would stand on the curb
with a two-fool rulo ami begin sizing
up the building across the way. After
a timo he would set his men measuring
the building along the street. Then hf
would get ouo on tho roof If possible.
Tho crowd would gradually assemble
and after he had got ono largo enough
ha would have a sign shaken out ad
vertising whatever he had on hand.
"It seems tn mo that Vincent Is a
pretty good ad man and tan afford tq
laugh over the fit they aro having about
tho secret service business,"
BE SENT 10
Large Stock of
now on sale at
Hawaiian News Go.
YOUNQ BUILDING. STORE.
Owlna to a chanoe In the price of '
certain slzee of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, I1.B3
per eu. yd.; No. 2, $1.60 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, 12.05 per cu. ya., no. t, i-uu
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to ina-
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to.
practically the price of white tand,
making It available for an Kinas or con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
FRE8H MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN IS9.
DR. J, T. MCDONALD,,
Office REMOVED to Rooms .21:2V-.
the Alexander Young Building. Hours:
10-12; 241 7 8. Residence, The Ale
ander Young Hotel, Telephone Calls
Makes Fleeh and Stnnsn) tor Stoat on4
awi by msklna aarone. rich red blood,
etieeke dlsea br arilKyou strength tal
raalMlt. Sold bDsVS,7ctaro,
or 3 boVas for VL.. orninL'd qn rwoelpt as
Brio. ftrttaitjsaUioutHorna) Treatment
. sxMrAMKO CO., Philadelphia rta
I Weekly Bulletin St per year.
Experiences that rival In tntercM
tome of the more exciting classic of
fiction Is related by J. I'. MtCord, i
through passenger on board tho Amcr
lea Maru. He followed a man who ab
svonded with tho money from a firm
with which he was connected In Chlnj
Into the wilds of tho Thlllpplnes, where
Loth he and the man ho was following
were captured by the natives. Luckily
for Mr. McCord, the absconder alone
was put to death, and by some klndlr
turn of fortune Mr. McCord was re
leased nnd returned to tho while pea
hundred nnd fifty fish of th
mosqulto-eatlng variety will bo sent
to Ililo tomorrow In charge of Mr. Van
Dlno of tho Experiment Station. These
fish will be transported In lots of eov-cnty-fhe
and Mr. Van Dine will give
tho Hllo authorities full Instruction oil
tho prorogation of the mosquito enemy.
On the transport Sheridan, now on
Iter way to Manila, there Is a nephew,
bv marrlaite. of General U. 8. Grant. I
Ho Is John C. Dent, Lieutenant-Colonel ,
of the Twenty-fourth Infantry, and liU
father was General v. T. Dent, niu to
U. S. Grant, at tho Whlto House, when
tho latter was President of tho United
States. General Dent's sister was Mrs,
U, 8. Grant, aunt of Colonel Dent.
Colonel Dent Is a modest man, and
when it was discovered through an
othor source that he was related to the
former President of the United States
some dltnculty was found In getting
him to tall; on the BUbJect, Ho Is an
Orcgonlan by birth, having been born
In Tho Dalles Oregon, whllo his father
was stationed at that post, when tho
Northwest was first being settled by
white men. I.Ike his Illustrious rela
tives, he has devoted the beBt of his
life to serving his country. He served
In the early part of tho Filipino insur
rection with the Twentieth Infantry,
and thls'ls thus his second trip to those
Islands. He Is accompanied by his wife
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., Ltc(
1137 Fort Street
,i jk to
V.tirft .f. i
. I - t..t ... . Ki-
MalA.Wi-J 'jtcU -
. naZt, .
and A. F. Judd of tho carriages.