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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If.. WEDNESDAY, FED. 7, 100G.
& & SIZES e e
We have Jutt received new tliti
In Ladles' White 8atln Dancing
Slippers at S3.50
White Kid Opera 53.50
White Moire Silk, Opera,. 3.50
White Moire 811k, 1 strap.. 33.50
Blue Moire Silk, 1 strap.93.5O
White Kid Pumps $5.00
AND MANY 0.THER8 -WK
Mclneiny Shoe Store
12k 1 WBBBr
Wm A w Iw we
SO Li Ws&Sr
If you have,
to you now $50.00
(Fifty Dollars) worth of Fur
niture, Rugs, Malting, &c,
the balance on Easy Payments,
Our Prices are the lowest; our goods
the best, and your Credit with us is Good
Coyne. Furniture Co.,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 7. 1906.
NAMB OF STOCr
C Brtwer ft Co
fcwa Plantation i-o .y.
Hiwallan Aplculloi I Co
Haw torn aujar .a
Hawaiian Sar Co
Honomtl &ugar Co... i
Honokaa Sue Co
HalHSvtw Lo .
tr.hukti l.ntatlon Co.
Kltitl itinlillon Co Hi.
Klpahulij Sutar to
Kotoa Sutar Co
MHrjrd Sutar Co .
Oahu Surar Co .
Ononta Sutar Co...
Ookala Soar Plant i
Olavalif Co ..
paauhao butar Plant to
A private letter received from Wash
ington in the last mall contains the
following Interesting Information and
"I had a short chat with your former
Supreme Court Justlco Galbralth white
ho was In the city on tho election con
test case. From vrhat I can gathet
from him and others, the fact that Gal
bralth is not now a resident of tho Is
lands and therefore did not want loJ
force a row, Is the only reason why a
resolution was not Introduced In the
IIouso calling for an Investigation of
the expenditure of the loan funds on
your water works Just before the last
election. Had this resolution been put
In, It would undoubtedly have carried
as even the Republicans would not
stand In the way of anything in tho
Investigation line, especially when It li
alleged to havp affected the ballot.
l thll.1.' nlan Ihnl rlnlK-nltt, fl. fttal
an Investigation of this character would iun. b.'8m. Co.
not necessarily nave seated his can
dldate but might liavo a bad Influence
on tho Hawaiian rebate bill, Indirectly,
of course, but nevertheless real. In ni)
opinion the enso would have been
stronger had laukca himself been Id
Washington. Under any circumstance!
the effect of tho hearing ought to be
such that you people of Hawaii will
have n rare In tho future. Had tha
contest fallen In less friendly hands a
muss would have been stirred up which
would have blocked all Hawaiian legs
latlon and not landed the contesting
candidate! Havo a care how you Uso
your loan funds without calling foi
tenders, If you want to avoid trouble. '
Pacific Sugar Mill.!
raia naniauon 1.0 1
Ptpotkao Soear Co
P1qiMr Mill Co
walalua Agricultural Co
WaHuku Sutar Co ....
Waitumi Surar Co Sir
Walnanalo Sutar Go.
Watanaa Mill Co ...
lottr-litanl StaaaN Co
Hon R T At L Co Cod
Mutual Taltphona Co
uaoo k 1 .o,
Haw Tarr'l 4 p c... ,
naw uor s pc..
Haw Com a Suff Co t pc
Haiku Surar Co o p c .
Invitation has been extended by the
Hawaii Promotion Committee to strang
ers in the city to take part In tho pa
rade on February 22, It there are any
of them who have automobiles. It was
announced at tho headquarters of the
committee this morning that the Inter
Haw Surar Co 6 n c
Hllo R K Co Con 6 p c.
Hon R T Si L Co 6 p c.
Kahuku Plant Co 6 l C-
uanu augar ioopc .
Olaa Sugar Co 6 pc..,,
Pala Plant Co
Pioncar Mill Co 6 1 e
Sales Iletwccn Hoards: 100 Oahu
Bug. Co., $85; 20 Oahu Sug. Co 186;
10 I'loncer, $1.1.60; C5 Kwa, 23.Ti; BU
Hon. 11. & M. C, $23; 7 Oahu Sug Co.,
$85. Session: 35 Kwa, $23.76.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents.
SUGAR, 3.42 cents
commuiee mis morning inai me inier-i rtunnM nPTTO -T. in I n J
est being manifested In the event Is far LURUUN bttl O, (Si 10 11 Q
1iivnml flit tirAvlnna nvitiwInHnn. nml I ' '
the success of tho project Is now fully
Clerk Woodward of the Water Works
Department was on the witness stand
nil this forenoon In tho K. Vivian Itlcli
ardBon embezzlement case, testifying
to the books and vouchers In tho mat
ter and the accounting of funds.
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND
Hon, Stock and
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN
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has just 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 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.
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
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The funeral of the lato Col. W. F.
Allen from tho late residence on Vic
toria and lleretania streets yesterday
afternoon was ettehded by a great guth
erlnc of representative men and
Not long ago $50,000 worth of dia
monds wcro reported stolon In ono at
tho largo cities of tho United Statox,
the nollco wcro notified at once. Tn-
women, friends of tho ddecased, Tho night IUchard lluhlcr will show tbo
rituals of tho church and Masonic ord-' atrong of tll0 orphoum thoatcr how
cr were deeply Impressive, tho church tllg lmmcn0 fortune was recovered,
services being held at the lato rcsldeiK-o aUo 10WnB Wlth great delicacy tho
and tho Jlasonlc ceremony being per- i,enutlful romance, that Is woven in
formed at tho Maklkl cemetery. Mauy lh0 mnil daro-tlcvll chaso or tho
beautiful flowers surrounded the casket tlvel ncw startling effects, beauti
es It rested In tho parlor. The family, If ul cnmax t.tc, nichard .Iiuhlcr as
Intimate friends and tho pallbearers thu renl ,lcro wm glvQ tno pUU
and quartet wero seated in the parlor, ovol spectacle, novel In tho way that
other friends occupied heats on the t jg so tril0 to- nf0. young man,
lauals and In tho reception hall. Do- bnndsomo and gay, plenty of money,
i eased had been n trustee of tho ha- mH trn,-ii.,i th, wurhi nvcr. mnctlnc
iiiehamcha nchools and boys and girls beautiful women on every turn of tho
irom tvamcuanicua auenueu. j,and, but nuvcr meeting the right girl,
The ferviicH nt tho houso were read ii., i,a .i,nm .in..t,i.i t t..n,i n t,ntti
by tho pastor of Central Union, Itev j ,,ior tei W,cn uy nreldent, In pursuit
Dr. W. M. Klncnid. Mrs. A. II. Otls,,f tno fortuuo tn tho stolen dlamouds,
Miss Gcrtrudo Hall, H. K. Wlchman po meets tho lady of his heart. Thu
and Stanley Livingston sang two songs., delicate lovo that scemB to exUt, the
rnllbcarsrs wero F. A. Schaefer, C. M. chances with his very llfo that ho
Cooke, I. C. Jones, J. 0. Carter, 8. M. takes tp win his lady lovo, tho trials
Damon, F. W. Macfarlanc, E. I. Spald- J nmi tribulations, nro' finally ruwarded
ing anil a. a. uiegnoru.
Hawaiian I-odso No. 21, F. & A. M.
marshalled at the Masonic temple nt
2:30 nnd taken to tho Allen residence
In a special car, formed at tho head of
the procession to the cemetery, where
services wcro held under tho direction
of Worshipful Master Charles S. Hall.
The remains wcro cremated yesterday
and today Interment will occur In Nuiii
ami cemetery where the services will
bo prlvato. '
PROF, R. A. WOODS
ROOMS 17181920 , YOUNQ BUILDING
Wc havejust received ncw supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." scotch whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
COUNTY ML SAYE
nandmastcr Dergcr figures the Coun.
ty's savings on the band's tour to the
mainland, as follows:
12 extra men at $50 per month.. $ coo
For nw Instruments, new music,
Salaries of present band of
thirty men .' 1,660
Total needed, per month. ...$ 2,4dO,
In tho recovery of tho diamonds and
his happy engagement to his hcait'n
chance, As a further attraction, start
ing Monday, Feb. 12, 1900, for ono
week, Mr. Cohen has succeeded in ob
taining at a grcut expense tho Iladlum
Dance. This dance, with Its startling
effects, weird music and Invisible or
chestra, will bo given on a totally
black Btage. Ono finally gets accus
tomed to tho blackness of tbo houso
and staco. then starts tho chanting,
then the weird and creepy strains of
music aro heard from an Invisible or
chestra, then a llsure appears on tho
jet-black Btage lllo a ghost, tbls figure
Is Joined at onco by Qvo mora figures,
These figures then go through a dauco
as has never been seen on a stage out
side of tho United StutcB. ThU danco
will bo given oh a specialty In connec
tion with tho stock company. Thero
will be no advance in prices,
i 0 1 '
Present appropriation, salary.. $ 1,650
Registrar Mcrrlam today filed his
answer before tho United States Dls-
1 trlct Court In tho mandamus matter
$ 1,050 brought against him by tha United
States to compel htm to record plana
Extra amount needed per month, $ 760. of a certain pleco of property acquired
For four months 3,001
'Amount saved by County for four
Less extra appropriation 3,000
Net saving to County $ 3,600
The Manoa Heights Improvement
Club has petitioned the
for fortification purposes through con
demnation proceedings. Merrlam shows
that It Is not his duty as Registrar to
record the plan, and that he Ib acting
according to law In refusing to do so.
for road repairs,
13 HONOLULU OOINQ TO HELLT
A Banker asked this question of a
Bulletin reporter Last Saturday evert-
Supervlsora Ing the editor of The Bulletin went
LOCAL AND GENERAL
-t- - -3- -S-
ngf The first count In The Bui-
letln Auto Contest will bo an-
nounced Thursday, Feb. 8. An
4- early start In the contest Is an
4- assurance of future success.
Auto hacks nt Stockyards Stables.
K. S. Cunha Is still very sick at
Tho Supervisors meet ngaln on the
The Hoard of Health meets at !i
o'clock this nflcmoon.
Vour credit Is eood. Where? At
tho Coyne Furniture Co,
Tho Hawaii Promotion Committee
meets at 3:30 p. m. today.
Lutted's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May A Co. and C. J. Day & Co.
The Anti-Saloon League la taking up
the matter of Illicit liquor selling.
An experienced Japanese clerk whe
peaks English well desires a position
In a store.
Fire Chief Thurston reports six
alarms of fire during January, Two
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.60 and $2 per week. 1211
An amusing and delightful supper
was given last night at the Methodist
parsonage by the 1-ndlcs' Aid Society.
Win. A. llowen, who has been ser
iously III as tho result of a surgical
operation, is reported to bo Improtlng
Owing to tho Symphony conlcert on
Friday evening tho Hawaiian Woman's
Club has postponed It concert until
Tho annual meeting of tho Home fot
Incurables will be held this afternoon
at 3 o'clock In the olllco of Thco. 11.
Davlcs & Co.
Mrs. Geo. It. Carter Is 111, apparent
ly, threatened with grip and the two
children of tho Governor and Mrs. Cnr
tor havo tlio grip.
Secrctaiy of the Promotion Commit
tro Wood Is advocating n concntlon 111
Honolulu of Pacific Coast hotel men
vilncr this or next summer.
The Young People's Society of the
Christian church will havo a .business
meeting tomorrow evening at 7:30 at
tho church on Alakca street.
Prof. W. D. Alexander Is talking p
re-wrltlng his history of Hawaii. He
will find ntntnrlnta In thft rfhivf nf
the country now being arranged.
P. II. Hoggs, who was arrested yes
terday on a charge of assault and bat
tery and the use of profane language,
was fined today a total of $13.00 on the
Archbishop Jeffries gives his famous
lecture, "A Trip Around tho World,'
at Camp McKlnlcy tonight, repeating
tho lecturo at the Y, M. C. A. hall to
Tho thirteenth regular meeting of
tho Hawaiian Kntomologlcal Society
will be held on February 9, at 7:30 jj.
in., In the library of tho Doard of Agri
culture and Forestry, King street.
Trent & Co. have Inaugurated a "See
ing Honolulu" scheme. A special car
has been chartered and on Friday tfiicr-
tonally conducted party will bo shown
thu.clty wlierevcr the car lines run.
Wong Ylm was brought bofore the
Pollro Court today to answer to a
charge of vagrancy, but being able to
prove that he had been busy of late
collecting bottles, ho waa permitted to
Proposals aro xallcd for by iho De
partment of Public Worka for the
dredging of one-halt of the proposed
Kllauea street slip, also for construct
ing a sea wall for wharf No. 2, Ala
A meeting of the Ocnernl Floral
Parade Commlttco and the management
of tho Hawaiian Hotel will be held this
afternoon to arraiiKu details of the
evening following tho celebration, Feb
Qeorgo Markham last night appeared
boforo tho Supervisors and delivered
n speech on tho benefit of tho pollco
patrol wagon to tho poor. Ho heartily
favored tho County controlling tho
hurry up cart.
Ah Wa, tho Chinaman who walked
Into the store of another member of
his rai o a few days ago and deliberate
ly walked out with bIx clgurs and a all
er vaich, has been committed to the
The Hawaiian, Women's Club will
clvo n (onrcrt In the Kamchamcha
airls School gymnasium on Friday for
the bem-llt of their trained nurse. Tick
ets can bo had at the door tho ovcnlng
of tho entertainment.
A peiltlon from Kalakaua avenuo
residents published In yesterday's Hill
letln, was rcnil at tho Supervisors'
meeting i.tvt night and referred to tha
Itoads Commlttco for Investigation and
report at tho next meeting,
Tho lollies' Society of Central Union
church k ves n soclablo on Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. 1). Ath
erton. A (ordlal Invitation Is extend
cd to members of the church and con
gregation and their friends.
The Women's Hoard of Missions met
at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, and Im
mediately adjourned for one week at
an expression of sympathy for Mrs.
W. F. Allen, who has long been asso
ciated with tho work of the organiza
Residents of Kapahulu havo called
a meeting at the otnee of J. J. Ugan at
8 o'clock thu evening for the purpose
of organizing an Improvement Club for
tno district rounded by Diamond Head,
Kaptolanl Park and Kapahulu road to
I'anoa water works.
William Mi Dougajl of Truckce, Cal.,
uieo lasi evening at tne yucen s nos-
pltal of appendicitis. He arrived oil
tho Sierra. He had been a member ol
the Knights of Pythias. Odd Fellows
and Eagles. With Mr. Morris Franzlnl,
who came hero with the deceased, the
orders mentioned will take charne of
the remalnst which will be embalmed
and sent to the mainland
The "eapo" Teat pocket camera Is no
tonger or heavier than a fairaliod
watch and looks exactly the earns, the
lena of tho Expo being located In the
representation ur tha watch ntem. it
can be carried with you always and an
exposure may be made in tho twinkling
di an ere. u is no exaggeration to say
s'iTaPasBff?tJy 'UsBBkS LH
It Isn't always safe to take the word
of other people. You'll hear lots of
folks say nlc.e things about
but we don't ask you to go on their
'mere say so. Order a sample case to
day and form your own opinion. The
chances are greatly In fatar of your
verdict being In line with other peo
ple's but you will have the satisfaction
of having found out the superlative
merits of Prlmo Beer for yourself.
All kinds here Rings and
Pins' and Studs nnd liar
rings, end Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
LEONARD CLEANABLE RCFRIO-
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 art-not only more eco
nomical than any other kind, but are
decidedly more handsome.
H. Hac'kfeld & Co,,
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 Dew
lied Beef, Ham and Tongue; FUc
do Veau (sweet breads), Homer
Dinners, Pates do Fole Qras, Pis
Feet, Veal Loaf, Enchiladas, Ox
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 & Co.,,
o FOOD SPECIALISTS. or.'
169 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 24U
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sixes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No, 1, $1.54.
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 tha
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically .the price of white sand,
making It available for all klnda of con
crcte work, for which It la far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
FRE8H MUSHROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN US.
dr, j, t. Mcdonald,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,"
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours:
10-12; .2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Alex
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Makas Plaart and Stramrtrt for Sick ami
as by maklna strong, rlort red blooO.
oheckedUnby glvinarfou strancth tat
raalatlt. Sold h Druaak, ' ?S ctn boi.
or 3 boar for aft., or mail. donroatiptoe
Brio. Writ ua about Homo Trantmant.
It. BOSANKO CO.. Philadelphia Pi
Weekly Bulletin SI par year.
RUGS, STAIR, CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS t
we ask you to look at our-Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety'
at CUT Prices
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