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S & SIZES & &
We have Just received new slies
In Ladles' White Satin Dancing
Slippers at S3.50
White Kid Opera $3.50
White Moire Silk, Opera.. $3.50
White Moire Silk, 1 strap.. $3.50
Blue Moire Silk, 1 itrap $3.50
White Kid Pump $5.00
E- AND MANY OTHERS g
Mclnerny Shoe Store
H My New
hat Jutt been put on the market
and every man, woman and
child should avail themselves of
one. In this book I describe as to
the care of the hurrlan body and
give a system of exercises spe
cially adapted to a TROPICAL
COUNTRY such at 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.
PROF. R. A. WOODS
R00M8 17 IS 19 20 YOUNG BUILDING
Wc havcjust received new supplies of
"UslierS 0. V. G." .Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G. Peacock & Co,, Ltd
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvo all Other Plavora Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
NAME OP STOCK
C Brir h Co .
twi puntallon co ....
Hawaiian AploilMi Co
Maw ion t aurar io.
riawal n Sot" Co
Honomvl &u(ar Co...
Honokaa Sue;. Co
Kahuku HanUtlon Co
Kltiil Plantation Co LM
K eahulti Sutar CO
noioa aarar jo
Tho following which will bo present. bfa.s.fcouS ,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 6. 1906.
; McRryda Sutar Co
i Oanu but ar Co
ed to the Supervisors and tho Road
Committee explains Isnelf. It has
been circulated In response to the re
quest of Supervisor Lucas through
Tho Bulletin that tho people let their
wants be known In order tnafi tho
road-builder may be properly guided
Paaubao Sugar Plant Co
Pala PfaMaMon Co .
Ptptduo S.iar Co .
Plnna Milt La
wauuHU ausar co
WaDtfks Sorar Co Set
and glvo the people what thoy want: I miscellaneous "
We, the undersigned, property own-' ltMiia snamN Co
ers. taxpacrs andwcsldcnta along HonTf Lei' Pf.0..::
Kalakaua Avenue (Walklkl tload). do HouRTAlcoCob..
hereby nrotest nealnut nnv nnrklnff. Mutual TtUphona Co
.. ...... . "1 uaau koi l co-
curbing or planting of trees In tho ccn- hiio Haiiroad Co
tcr of that street, believing It will so- " " S&rS?
rlously Interfere with traffic on said HawTerapctFirtClJ
sircci, anu occomo uangcrous to man n" lf",.5
Haw Ten I aH p c.
I Haw Gov I1L.
We heartily favor a wide opfcn road c.allSusketCo.6pc
Haiku bw car Co 6 p c
Hllo HH Co Con 6 p c.
, Haw Com ft Sure
Haw Sutar Coop
with ample sidewalks on both sides of
the Avenue, reserving tho tree-plant-
..s ...u ,..., ciuuvinauuit.-in.iui HonR T L Co 6pc
tho mibl c-snlrlted citizens unit Ini- ktanuku Pim fj r
provement Clubs In that vicinity. I "? l Co 6 p e
-. II lmnil arta? nahf
Thomas Wright (by II. Holmes, oiaSutarCo6pe...
htfl nttnrnnv In fnrt VrnnW ITitotflrn Pala Plant Co
Tnmn. t.A... I Hf UWIhn.n.tf I PlOOtir Mill CO 6 B C
James Jaeger, J. M. McChesncy,
James Slelner, A. Oartcnbcrg, V. D.
MeStocUer, A. t Afong, Jaa. P. Mor
gan, Harry Armltagc, C. J. Kalk, Ce
cil Drown, Ilanncy Scott, II. J. Nol
le, J. A. Oilman, II. 1 Lewis, Rob
tort Icnorrt, David Kawananakoa,
Carlos A. Long, Ustato It. W. Holt,
I I). Kerr. Geo. II. Curtis. F. A.
Bchacfcr, W. O. Lan, P. P. Mcln
tyre, A. M. Drown, J. S. McCandless,
A. W. Carter, J. H. Craig, J. II. Mac
kenzie. Antonio Perry, 0. P. Castle,
W, D. Westervclt, M. II. Drummond,
C. It. Collins, Gilbert J. Waller, J. O.
Luttcd, Arthur P. Wall, Kaplolanl
Estate (by John P. Colburn), Ktl. C.
Rowo. A. n. Blndt, C. W. Macfar
lane, W. T. Rawlins, Aug, Ahrcns,
August Drclcr, S. I. Shaw, II. P. Dor.
telmann, Stanley Stephenson, Jas.
L. Holt. Isaac Harbottle. S. K. Ka
maloplll, 0. n. Smithies, Henry
I Waialua Apk Co p c-l
Sales lit t. Boards: 10 i:a, $24;
100 Haw Sug Co, $32.50; 15 II. It. T.
& LCo, com., $67.50.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents.
SUGAR, 3.42 cents
LONDON JKTS, 8s,
Thielen & Williamson
8T0CK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
change. L0AN8 NEQOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
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 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.
Smith, S. H. Derby, A. A. Wilder,
J, I). Harris, Alexandor Young (by
A. A. Young) ,nobort B. Booth, 8,
M. Damon, A. S. Clcghorn, T. M.
Pond, Mrs. A. II. B. Judd (by Albert
Judd), Victoria Ward (by E. Wodc
bouse), I. II. Hortscho (manager Mo
nnn Hotel), J. O. Carter, Jas. II.
Boyd, Henry C. Vlda, J. A. Lcgros,
P. S. Dtnan Jr., R. W. Shingle, Ml
lus W. Parkhurst, T. 8. Douglas, J.
D. AlmoKu. Geo. C. Bcckley, L. K.
Kentncll, II. M. von Holt.
THE FEET OF THEM WITH
DO YOU THINK?
. That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company.
V J. F. COLBURN III. Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
g " "" " - Ml.S.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaloawa. ' ' I in
BUILDING and PAINTING. CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnlshsd. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nUhed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short nQtlce.
Office. OREEN H0U8E. 8. King nr, Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
The Bulletin, 75cts per montli
Among his many accomplishments,
County Attorney i:. A. Douthltt Is
something of a walker, and this morn
ing ho found good opportunity to dem
onstrate his ability In hiking.
It seems that learned counsel drao
out to Wallupo last evening and loft
his horse attached to a young trco that
was doing Its Ilttlo best to grow up
and shine In tho general city and
county bcautlflcatlon and Improve
ment Bchemo. When tho subject of
this pathetic sketch sought his rig,
tho Intelligent animal had overcome
tho ambition of tho sapling and vacat
ed tho premises, taking tho tree along.
It Is rumored that tho County Attorney
upon discovering his plight, gavo lit
teranco to a brief but burning prayer.
Ho then girded up his loins and hot
footed It to tho terminus of tho Kal
mukt car lino, Incidentally appreclat'
Ing tho coolness of tho mornings now
Latest advices aro to tho effect that
Oahu's legal adviser Is still looklug
for bis horso and buggy and tho troo.
The greatest scientific discovery of
the age, and one that has upset tho
theories of our most learnoJ saiants Is
the new element, radium, The abso
lutely pure radium can not be Bald tc
exist, but a radio actho salts, possess
ing a marvelous power of radio actlv
Ity has been successfully produced by
Mine, and Prof, Currlo of Parts, tlie
original discoverers of the existence
The sensational play "Tracked
Around the World" will be given al
tho Orphcum tonight for tbo last time
If j on have not seen this great produo
Hon with Its molng train and auto
mobile race, bo sure and see It tonight
It will be worth your while.
Tomorrow night another sensation
"The Great Diamond Robbery," will b
produced and rontinuo as the attrac
tlon for the balamo of the week.
The wonderful "Radium Dance,'
which has drawn so much attention ar
a new discovery has been secured bi
the Orphcum management and will t
put on next week as a spcilal attrec
tlon In connection with tho regular
Radium Is something that is puzzling
scientists; just what It is they are un
able to determine. So little of it Is In
cxlstcme or nt least found that the
article Is priceless, a powder. In which
Is contained an liiflnltcslrpal portion of
radium mixed Into a paint and coated
upon an object will make that olijctl
appear like living flro In the dark.
The effect is wonderful and weird.
CELEBRATED BURN8 NIQHT
Hllo, Pel). 1. Among" tho numbei
from points outsldo of Hllo who at
tended tho Burns anniversary enter
tainment werre: From Hakalau Mr
John I'rascr, Mr. J. S. McKcnzle, Mr.
Alnslle, Mr. Tom Scott, Mr. Jamie, Mr.
Itoss. Prom Honomu Mr. and Mrs
D. Pullar, Miss Paniuhar, Mr. and Mrs
W, Pypor. Prom Papalkou Mr. nm
Mrs. J. T. Molr. Mr. and Mrs. D. Until.-
art. Prom Ainauula Mr. and Mrs
Peter Olbb. Prom Walnaku Mr. ant
Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. GUI
Prom Walalcea Mr. and Mrs. R. C,
Kennedy, Mr. ami Mrs. Jamlcson, Mr.
and Mrs. John McPherson, Mr, and Mrs.
Donald Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. W. Chat
mors, Mr, and Mrs. V. McKay, Sr,, Mr.
and Mrs. John Napier, Mr. and Mrs. A
M. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kennedy,
Mr, C. C, Kennedy, Mrs. A. Robertson,
Mr. O Caldcr. Mr. R. Whyte, Mr. John
Thero were 74 deaths In Honolulu
during January, by nationality as fol
of the strange substance. The exces- lows; American, 3; Chinese, 13; Ha-
slvo cost of theso sadlo actle salts wallan, 3G; Japanese, 9; Korean, 1;
renders their popular use out of the , l'art-llawallan, s; Portuguese, c; oth
question, and their uso at all very raro
ly. It Is this new compound that 8yd
ney L. Cohen has applied to tho cos
tumes of his "Radium Girls," and
which gives Buch weird and startling
effects In the radium dance. This dance
will be seen at the Orpheum theatre
er nationalities, 1, Males, 52; fe
males, 22, Summary of causes; Diar
rheal, 6; septic, 1; dietetic, 3; conll
tutlonal, 14; developmental, C; ner
vous, 12; circulatory, 5; respiratory,
14; digestive, E; urinary, 6; osseous
and Integumentary, 2. Annual death
next week In connection with the Rlch-.rato per thousand of population. 22.66.
ord Buhler Stock Company, Births roported, 47; marriages report-
ed, 39. Total deaths for January show
!(W"For Rent" cards on aale at' an Increase of 17 compared with the
the Bulletin office. corresponding month of last year.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
5FB The first count In The Bui-
Ictln Auto Contest will be an-
! nouneed Thursday, Feb. 8. An
4 early start In the contest Is an
assurance of future success.
.. . j. .. . .
Auto hacks at Stock) ards Stables.
A. N. Sonford, optician, Boston
Building1. Port St , over May & Co,
There will bo a meeting of the Hoard
of Health tomorrow afternoon al 3
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. received
per tho 8. S. Sonoma choice Australian
Judce John A. Matthcwman nrrhed
on tho Mauna Loa from Kona thU
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1249
Mr. and Mrs. A. P Dloomor of York,
Ncbinska, wcru Klnau passengers for
the Volcano today.
Chung Ung, charged with selling
opium without a license, was fined In
tho Police Court this morning $75.
Tho case of Yokoyama, charged with
lllng liquor without a license. Is be
ing tried before Judge Do Bolt today
Vm. Alien has been appointed aa
guardian ot Isaac, Doncy, Amelia, John
and Allco Allen, minors, under a bond
Blom Is selling this week muslin
underwear and ladles' shirt waists at
prices less than most stores pay foi
Coat )our Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its cooling and
proscrvatlvo properties. California
Teed Co , agcnU
Tho uso of ribbons and artificial
doners will bo permitted In the decor
ation of carriages and automobiles In
tho Floral Parade.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klcmmo announce
tho engagement of their daughter Ma
lllda Klemmc, to Mr. Hclnrlch Coorsen
In Bremen, Germany.
Surveyor General Wall has appointed
0. I . Sorennon chief asslstnnt survey
or, 8. M. Kanakanul special assistant,
and Henry II. Williams sub-assistant.
Tho nnnual meeting of stockholders
nf tho Walohlnu Agricultural & Graz
ing Co. will bo held at 3:30 p. m. Feb.
!3 at tho offtco or Wm. O. Irwin & Co.
The regular annual meeting of stock
holders of tho Walmanalo Sugar Co
wllt'bo held on Friday, Feb. 23, at 11
a. m., at tho office of Win. u. irwtn
Deputy Warden Albert McOurn was
sent to Hllo toJay to tako charge of the
Hllo jail during the absence ot Jailor
Malilc, who has been called to Hono
lulu ns n witness.
P. J, Borgg was arrested today upon
complaint mado by two women, who
accused him of assault and battery and
using profane language. Tho dato for
bis trial has not been set.
Incubators are working ovcrtlmo at
tho Kalmukt Zoological Gardens. The
Jubilee Incubator Is being used aud
rhlcks aro peeping so fast that the Zoo
Is Increasing the slzo of Its Hennery.
Nollo proscqul's wore today entered
In the cases ot Ah Pau, charged with
having cho fa tickets In his possession,
and of Pannle La' Belle and Camilla
Ramon, both charged with fornication
Sylvano Nobrlga who was brought
before the Pollco Court today for hav
ing trouble with another man, was dis
missed from the chargo of using threat
ening language, but was fined $5 for
II. Denlson, wharfinger at tho rail
load dock. Is Just recovering from an
attack of inflammation of tho stomach,
which has kept him at homo for about
a week. Ho Is now ready to return to
bis work. '
The schooner Hclcnc finished taking
on sugar at the Railway wharf this
morning, and was moved to tho
Oceanic dock to unload sonio lumber
and to tako on tho remainder of her
cargo of sugar.
Mall a Kaunahl. a 14-) car old girl
who was before tho Pollco Court thli
morning on a charge of disobedience,
wns dismissed upon request of her
mother, who took pity on her and will
try to Improio her at home.
To complcto her cargo at that port,
tho ship Kcnllworth salted this morn
ing for Hllo. Slia took on 900 tons or
sugar hero for ballast. Her cntlro
cargo will amount to about 4200 tons,
and will be taken to San Francisco.
Freight brought In on tho Mauna Loa
this morning from Hawaii points Is ua
follows: Diamond II. 39S8 bags A
sugar, S20 bags cofleo, 15 pigs, 30 head
of cattle, 120 bags or beans, 30S bags
laro, and 187 packages or sundries,
using profane language.
When tho schooner Mary Poster ar
rived this morning from Puget Bound
with n cargo ot lumber, bIio went
aground near Allen's wharf and It wai
necessary to unload a part or her cart.
beforo she could be taken close to tho
Tho College Hills improvement Club
nreanlzcd last evening at the resi
dence or P. C. Athorton, with tbo fol-1
lowing offlcors: President. Frank An
drado; vice president, P. C. Atherton;
secretary, C. R. Hcmenway; treasurer,
A. W. T. Dottomloy.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. do Vcro Stovens,
recently arrived from tho Colonies,
leave In the Aorangl tor Vancouver to.
morrow. During their stay In Hono
lulu they have formed an opinion or tho
place that is likely to bo spread abroad
to the advantage or the Islands. I
Investigation or tho suicide or Beati
swain's Mate Reese or the Iroquois will
bo conducted under Coroner Kalakuela
Ned. Crabbo serving as clerk, and bo
fore the following Jurors: C. Do Cew
M. P. Deponte. P. W. Maklnney. Wll
Ham Savldgo, P. M. Bent and Henrj
The "capo" vest pocket camera Is no
longer or heavier than a falr-Blzod
watoh and looks exactly tho same, the
Ions or the Bxpo being located In the
representation ot the watch stem. It
oan bo carried with you always and an
exposure may be made In the twinkling
ot an eye. It Is no exaggeration to say
that tills wonderfnl little camera Is the
greatest detective ot thera all. Price
$2.10. See window display. Honolulu
VtiUte!sr M! B
The purity of beer Is a prime con
sideration. 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 maybe
certain that you are drinking a bever
age that Is as wholesome as It Is palatable.
AH kinds here Rings and
Pins and Studs and Ear
rings, Z:id Brooches and
Chains. KvcrytliiiiK up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
LEONARD CLEANABLE REFRIG
ERATORS are the easiest In the world
to clean. The Inside 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. Hackfelil & Go,,
o HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. o
Large Stock of
now on sale at
Hawaiian News Go.
YOUNQ BUILDING STORE.
Delicious Potted and Deviled!
Chicken, Tamales, Potted and Dri
lled Beef, Ham and Tongue; Rfc
de Veau (sweet breads), Home
Dinners, Pates de Fole Oras, Pigs
Feet, Veal Loaf, Enchiladas, Ow
ford 8ausages, Roast pigeon.
Turtle, Oxtail, Tomato and many
others, peerless and palatable.
And everything else to make up a
quick lunch for the one who "Just
Lewis & Co.,
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.5
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.89
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.
Lord & Belser
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,.
FRE8H MU8HROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN as.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
the Alexander Young Building. Houraf
10-12; 2-4: 7 8. Residence, The Alex
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Calll
T.tlettoU..atn.ul-tlBa nU.lt IUNIU
Makes FlnaJi nnd Stranatb for atok ant
Nino us women. StopawmkaMalnattnt
rich rwt blood.
sal by maMns strong,
ohaaka dlaaoaa bv Hlvlnl
resist It. Sold tw brussi W. ? on aboe.
or 3 boxAti for it.. ormaU'd on rolpt oe
Brio. Wtt ua about noma Troatmanc,
R. SKMliMKO CO.. Phlladalpnla. Psk
Weekly Bulletin 81 Pr yr-
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured bv tbo Bulletin Pub.
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,t Ltd
11 37 Fort Street
0 FOOD SPECIALISTS. a
189 KINQ ST. TELEPHONE 24C. '1
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