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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY, FED. 8. 1906.
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Wc, have just received new
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotcb Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"'
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We have Jutt received new tlzes
In Ladies' White 8atln Dancing
SUppert at S3.50
White Kid Opera $3.50
White Moire 811k, Opera.. S3.50
White Moire Silk, 1 strap.. $3,50
Blue Moire 8llk, 1 ttrsp.93.50
White Kid Pumps .'5.00
IT AND MANY OTHERS -mm
If you have,
to you now $50.00
(Fifty Dollars) worth of Fur
niture, Rugs, Matting, &c.
the balance on Easy Payments,
the lowest; our goods
My New Book
has Jutt been put on the market
and every man, woman and
child should avail themselves of
one. In this book I describe at to
the care of the human body and
give a system of exercises spe
cially adapted to a TROPICAL
COUNTRY such as the Hawaii,
Thlt book It 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.
LEADING NEWSPAPER MAN
SEES PROMISING FUTURE
L. PITTOCK TELLS WHY HONO
LULU IS CERTAIN TO QROW
IN IMPORTANCE IN
TIME TO COME.
II. I I'lttock, who owns the con
trolling Interest In the Morning Ore
gon Ian and Evening Telegram of Port
land, Oregon, and who Is considered as
being one of the most successful news
paper men In the West, has gained,
during his present visit here, an opti
mistic opinion of Honolulu and Its fu
ture. To him this city Is one of excep
tional promise, and Is certain to become
In time a place of great Importance.
The labor problem and the matter ol
getting moro frequent transportation
facilities between the Islands and tho
mainland, he thinks, will first be set
tled satisfactorily, and then tho growth
and thnportance of the city, and the
Island in general, will rapidly bo in
creased. Rlnpn tp Plttnnt'a nrflbnt linpn nn
the Sierra he has been busy looking '
utvi uiu iiiy unu iiiu luuiiiry UUJUCVIIh .
to It. He has isltcd a sugar planta-
tlon, and as a successful business man
he has formed his own opinion from
the Informitlon ho has gained. He
thinks Immigration to the Island
should be, It possible, of people who
will spend their earnings hero and not
tend It away to help build up a distant
"Of course, I, llko ccryono who
comes here, I suppose, am enraptured
with the climate and the foliage," said
Mr. I'lttock when askod for his Im
pressions of Honolulu. "Statements
to that effect arc so common I Imagine,1-
that they become almost stereotyped
here. The climatic conditions are
bound continually to Increase tho pop
ularity of the islands as a pleasure re
sort, and It will be found ncccsfary to
Improve the means of transportation
between this and tho mainland to meet
the growing demands. If peopto could
como and go more frequently there U
no reason why a very large number of
the rich should not como here for pleas
ure instead of going to Southern Cal
ifornia or other places.
"As tho commerce between the Orient
and tho Occident Increases across tho
l'aciflc, Honolulu Is bound to develop
In proportion. It is tho way station,
You buy or sell atockt or bonds,
You want to tecure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securltlee,
You have real estate you wish to tell,
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
TEL. MAIN 21.
thn rnattnir nlnA liMttjwin thn tun
great continents, on a lino of nowly dn-J
vent the growth of Its importance as a
"It seems to me, however, from what
have obsercd, that tbcro are too
many retail stores run by Chinese and
Japanese in Honolulu. Thcso should
be controlle 1 by people who will spend
their profits hero. I;cn tho Chluuse
and Jtfpuueoc laborers send their earn
tngs back to their own country, and I
believe It would bo to the good of thcso
islands It Portuguese or Homo other
class of laborers should be Imported to
tako the placo of Chluese and Jnpancso
on the plantations. Tho wealth pro
duced hero should bo retained here as
far as poaulble, ami ccry entourage
ment should be given those peoplo who
are hero to build un this country."
Mr. I'lttock, his wife and daughter
and Mrs. C. II. Leadbcttcr, another lady
from Portland, will depart Vrldny to
tislt tho other Islands. They Intend tu,
seo all tho places of Interest before re
turning home, where, It Is quite icr
tain, they will Interest many of their
friends with words of praise for the Ha
The BU3INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN-
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle.)t(J ,i(J Mo,cn nn(, 10 hcr0. e wl (m.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a . tiniio to be tmrsued.
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c Per month. Weekly
SI per yr-
m a a
China's mineral resources aro to bo
developed. Tho Chlncso Government
has ordered tho lmmedlato establish-
tnent of a Department of Mines In each
of tho seventeen provlncoa.
Will Be Open
Saturday Morning Feb. 10
Cor. Beretania Alakea and Union Sts.
Fresh Island Beef from .Kahikinui
We keep everything to be found in an
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 8. 1906.
NAME OF STOCK
C Ertwcr & Co
Far DlantalliMi fla ...
Hawaiian ATloitturJ Co
tliw (.om ucr "
Hawaiian Sosar Co .r
tfonokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Silt" Co.
Kahukti Plantation Co.
Kind Plantation Co LU
KlpanulU hilt" KO
K0I94 iufar Co
mcnryai sugar wo
ttu aurar Co
Oakala Snaar Plant Co
Otaa Su. at Co LU -Olftwllu
racinc sugar mm.,
PU plantation Co
Ptpaakao Sttar Co
PlnMM Mill 7!a
Walalua Atrkulnwal Co
Walluku Sugar Co ....
Wafluini Sugar Co So
Wahnanalo sugar Go
Walanaa Mill Go ....
InUr-lilanJ SUan N Col
Mutual Ttltphofia Co -Oahu
K L L Co.
Hllo Rallroal Co
Hon. U.AM Go
; J j7rM Jit
Haiku Sorar Co 6 DC
Haw Com U Suf Co s PC
Hllo K H Co Con op
Kanuku Plant Co p c
uanu sugar uo pc
Pionacr Mill Co 6 d e
Walalua Agrlc Co 0 p C-l
wcuryja .. .
Sales Detwccn lloards. 300 V.vu,
$23.75; SO Haw. Bug. Co, II 30, (32 CO;
zoo Walalua, ICO; 30 I. I. S, N. Co.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents.
SUGAR, 3.42 cents
LONDON BEETWs, 10 1-2 d
Thleleii & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEQOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
012 FORT 8T.
Lillian Hcyward's stago work Is
conviction that stays. Sec her In "The
Oreot Diamond Hobbery" npw ilrawlnl
crowds at tho people's playhouse, tho
Orpheumt I.llllaa Is an cmotloi V
In her present Interpretation can bo
seen the tears of anger so swiftly tlrlcl
by tho smllo of scorn, the laugh of
wicked triumph so speedily stilled by
tho sob of utter desperation, and tho
flash of hatred so quickly softened bj
the alluring look of loe, that the nit
I rervcr may well Imagine ho has his c
glued to some now-fanglcd kind of ka
I loldostopc that shows tho over ihnng.
Ing thought forms of a human In J
miracle of arlety.
Mr. Huhler docs como quick (hang.
Ing in tho production now exciting the
populaco and ho and I-owcll and Place
are heavyweight thrillers In tho play.
Tho plcte Is a starttler and worth see
ing. It Is not all made up ot murder..
There s lots of fun thcro.
Kor the rest
1 t ll. l. St, II- ... .. Ml .!....
Arthur Speck, of Gloucester, Eng
land received such a shock on hearing
of his father's death that ho lost tho
powor of speech. Hoccntly ho went to
a football gamo, in his excitement ho
tried to cheer nnd succeeded In doing
so. Ho can speak as fluently as ever
fWF Fine Job Printing at the Bui-
i letln office.
MltY KEEPS UP
LOCAL AN3D GENERAL
TUf The first count In The Bui-
letln Auto Contest will be an-
fr nounced Thursday, Feb. 8. An 4-
early start In the contest Is an
: assurance of future success. -tv
Auto hicks at Stockyards Stables.
Camera views, Paradise of the Pa
cific, on sale at all news dealers and
T. M. Rowland, an old resident of
Hllo. Is In Honolulu with his wife and
family nnd will reside hero.
No brush Arcs are to bo started on
Tantalus tor a period of twehe months
without a written permission from the
district Are warden.
S, H. Webb, the gun and locksmith
who for the last eight years has been
a resident of Hllo. has opened a shop
acroBH from the Club stables.
The "Seeing Honolulu car, to run
over the lines of the Itapld Transit
will start from the corner of Fort and
King streets at 9:10 a m. tqmorrow.
Mr. Walter M. Olffard has been ap
pointed Arc warden under the Hoard of
Agriculture and Forestry for that dis
trict lying between Manoa and I'auoa
Tho Raymond Ranch Market will
open for business saturtlay morning,
tho loth. Thcro you win una every
thing that should be kept In an up-to-date
Molcka Mokachl was dismissed from
n charge brought against her by ln-r
brother, Kulukulua, for cruelty this
morning. The troublo was over some
Tho steamer Nllhau arrived thll
morning from Kauai ports with ltfiU
bags of A sugar from tho Mcllrido mill
at niccte, and 5228 bags of O & It. sug
ar from Makawcll. The weather was
fine throughout tho trip. There were
IS HONOLULU QOINQ TO HELL?
A Banker asked this question of a
Bulletin reporter Last Saturday even
ing the editor of The Bulletin went
through Palama with Rath to find out.
rite story of It will appear In
Sugar lists awaiting shipment on
Kauai, as reported by Purser Wm. P
Hart of the steamer Nllhau, which fir
rived from that Island this morning
are as follows: K. S. M., 1D00; V. K.
C00: Diamond V 2100: McU. 18.110;
K. P., C00O; U P., 3483; II. M C330
Kcalla, 23,000; Kllauea, 8700.
Sylvester Kahlklkolo pleaded guilty
In the Pollco Court this morning of
having brutally beaten Ah Chong. and
be was fined SS0 and $1.40 costs. Tho
troublo was over a woman with whom
Kahlklkolo had been living. He bad
found tho Chinaman In her company
and took revengo on him for It.
Ulshop Hamilton's treatment ot Mcx'
Iran banditti In his famous lecture
"Mischief In Mexico," will bo Intensely
Interesting. Hcplcto In tho best ele
ments ot tho lecturer's art, brimful uf
quaint humor and drollery, abounding
with romantic facts and thrilling Inci
dental. Such arc some ot the Judg
ments of those who bare already
II. Jobanscn, a sailor from the
schooner Mary A. Foster, was sent to
jail for Ave days by tho Pollco Court
this morning for having been mixed
Up in a row with another member of
the same crow, II. A. Dcbacre. Tho trial
of the latter was postponed for fltt
months, oyid In the meantime he will
bo allowed to go free and havo a
ihanco to reform. If ha docs nothing
elio offcntlvo to tho law while In Hono
lulu ho will be allowed to go without
Tho dan re, which Is to bo given this
Saturday evening, under tho auspices
of tho Kamehamcha Alumni Associa
tion, for tho purposo of raising money
to support Its track team, promises to
bo a social success. Tho committee
has succucdcd In securing somo ot
Knnl'H talented musicians to coutrlh
tito several concert numbers during
Tho selections which aro to bo given
lll bo a variety and. In n certain
feonso, a novelty. Master Lau Tan, a
seven-year old boy, who will play ".My
Old Kentucky Homo" on tho harp
tlthcr. swings his Instrument In the
olr whllo playing. Tho zlthor solo by
Mr. i:met nischor, with a guitar ao
companlment by Mr. W. Holokahlkl, is
not such as appears frequently. If at
nil, on concert programs. Kaal's
Quartet, Gloo Club, Mandolin Trio,
and Miss Lei Ilrown, who will slug
"I.cl Ponl Mol," with uktilvlo accom
paniment, will furnish tho other num
bers. Miss Ilrown will bo assisted by
Tho committee has secured Mr. Ka
al's aico Club, which Is composed ot
such musical lights as Solomon Hiram,
John Kla, William Keawe and James
Kulollo, to furnish tho music for the
Y. ANIN IB QIVEN.
(Continued from Pane 1.)
twehe year now, I stay Hawaii tweo-
ty-sevon years, and I nover gamble i
Whllo Anln was bclne examined oth
er witnesses wore waiting their turn.
Anions tboso who aro to bo beard are
an employo of tbo Metropolitan Meat '
Co. and a telephone workor. it sec rat
most likely that old Kumukabl, the
Hawaiian veteran expert, is supplying
most of tho "dope" to tbo Grand Jury,
Ho Is constantly in attendance Brery
now and then he la called for a few
minutes, and almost invariably sub
poena Issues shortly attorwards.
At 11; 30 a. m. the Grand Jury took
a recoss until 2 p. m., In ordor to glvo
Its members tlmo to attend to their
mall. It Is probable that the Investi
gators will rest the balance of the
weoK ind rosumo tbelr labors noxt
i a .
MT Fine Job Printing at the Bul
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. Hackfeld & Co.,
o HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. o
Large Stock of
now on sale at
Hawaiian News Go.,
YOUNQ BUILDING STORE.
FRESH MUSHROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
wc ask you to look
at CUT Prices
E W Jordan 8t Ca, Ltd.
Jl 37 Fort Street
It Isn't always safe to take the word
of other people. You'll hear lots or
folks say nice 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 favor of your
verdict being In line with other peo
pie's but you will have the satisfaction
of having found out the superlative
merits of Prlmo Beer for yourself.
AH kinds here Rinjsand
1,'uis and Studs and liar
ihigs, iud IJrooclics and
Chains. KvcrytliiiiR up-to-date
in design and properly
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Delicious Potted and Deviled
Chicken, Tamales, Patted and Dev
iled Beef, Ham and Tongue; Rlr
de Veau (sweet breads), Horn
Dinners, Pates de Fole Oris, Pig
Feet Veal Loaf, Enchiladas, Ox
ford 8ausages, Roatt Pigeon.
Turtle, Oxtail, Tomato and many
othtrt, peerlets and palatable.
And everything else to make up a
quick lunch for the one who "Just
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o FOOD SPECIALISTS. r
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Owing to change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, price In
future will be as follows: No. 1, SIM
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, (2X5 per cu. yd.; No. 4, I1.S0
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has bten reduced to
practically tho price of white sand,
making It available for all klndt of eon
crete work, for wtilch It It far superior
to any other land.
Lord & Reiser
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-2.
(he Alexander Young Building. Hourer-10-12;
24; 78. Residence, The Alex
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