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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H.. THURSDAY, FEB. IS, 190S
H As,- "
e SIZES it e
We have Jutt received new tteci
In Ladlet' White Satin Dancing
Slippers at S3.50
White Kid Opera 33.50
White Moire Silk, Opera.. S3.50
White Moire Silk, 1 strap.. $3.50
Blue Moire Silk, 1 strap.33.5O
White Kid Pumpt S5.00
jjr AND MANY 0THER6
Mclnerny Shoe Store
tor If 1 SK
iv. .i4 m laH m KV7civ-rrikfv:
WM I 1 we
If you have,
to you now $50.00
(Fifty Dollars) worth of Fur
niture, Rugs, Maitir.f, &c,
the balance on Easy Payments,
Our Prices are the lowest; our goods
r the best, and youryCr.edit with us is Good
Coyne Furniture to.,
Manchuria Brought 429(
Japanese More To
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 15. 1906.
LIST OF CABIN PASSENGERS
IS NOT LARGE THIS TRIP
NAME OF STOCr
C firtwtr At Co ....
fcwa Plantation 1.0 ....
Hawaiian A-Hculhiij Co
daw Com It Sutar CO
Hawaiian Sutar Co
HoookaaSui. Co ,
Haftru u.v LA .
Kamkti Plantation Co
Kloel Plantation Co Ltl
Kiraium auiar 1.0 ...
Koloa bu(ar Co
McMtyda Mlfaf Co
Caha Sugar Co
Onomaa bO(af Co....
Oomla bujr Hi ant -o
Olaa Sugai Co LU ..
ARE ON THEIR WAY TO VA
RIOUS 8TATE8 OF THE
Paautiau but" Plant Co
i ractnc 3ooar mi i......
IPala Plantation 6o ....
Ptptakao Sairar Co .
PhtnM Mm t-o .
With 429 Japanese laborers for Ho-
Wallcka Surar Co
Walhiku Sujar Co SCI
Walioanalo suvar GoM
Waunaa Mill Co
Hawaiian clacuic Co
u o -r a. I r D,a
nolulu. the steamship Manchuria or- HooRTlcoO
lived In rort this mornlnc. after nine Mutual T.uhm Co -
days' sail from Yokohama. The llttl I H,loRa ureal c?7ZZ,
Orientals are to bo iut to work on lUo Hon. b.m.oo
plantations, and more are to com HawT aoetHmCil
later. iHawTaraXBC !
In ndillttnn in 4tiA lnftni.Aia 1ia Man. Haw Tcrt'l iHl. C.
churla had on board six cabin pasten cwiisuj RrtCo.tp.c
Rers for Honolulu and SI for San Fran- Haiku burar Co tpc
Cisco. She had also 1078 tons of freight
for this port and 2931 tons for Sail
KrnncUco, She will sail at 6 o'clock
The trip was without any event ofuatu:ucarco6pc -I
importance, one Japanese died and '" s":,r" F
Hm i. 1...-1-.1 . i ...i - . i . .w
v.iii uu unriru uiivr luutui una I'uri.
The passenKers ccm to haveienJoca
the trip, and were delighted to hn a
few hours to trend In tho Taradlse of
the 1'acinc. II. C. Wlnslow, the genial
purser of the Manchuria, was In
Haw Com St Sue Co s pc
naw sugar uoowc ..i
Hon H T St t Co 6 p c.
Kanuku Plant Co 6 p c.
Pionttr Mill Co 6 o c
lot l-6? la
r t ft
usual agreeable mood, although sur
rounded by many people who wanted
Among the passengers who stopped
off at Honolulu was Miss Olga Kliroo
storf, a celebrated pianist from St. Pet
ersburg. She will entertain the peoiile
of Honolulu with a scries of concerts
end will then sail for the Coast to tout
the United Stairs.
Two Iluddhlst priests of Toklo were
alto passengers for Honolulu. They
will repialn on tho Island for a few
weeks to teach tho local Japs "how ta
bud," and will then proceed to the
States. They are Olzo Ashlkaga and
George K. Cheney, stopped oft at Ho
nolulu on his way to the States. Jie
is a commercial traveler.
Two of the passengers going on to
San Francisco on the Manchuria are
Commander S. Takcuchl and Lieut. 0
Sales Hctwctn Hoards: 60 Haw.
Com & Shk. Co.. ISO; $10,000 Hennery
ils.Cs, 1103: 20 Honokaa. ,11.50. Session:
10 Hon. U. & M. Co., S23; CO, Hon. 11. U
M. C 23; 30 Hon. II., & M. C, $23.
Dividends Onlm Sugar Co., ,i pel
cent; Hawaiian Sugar Co., VA Per cent;
0. It. & I.. Co., Vi per rent, Mutual Tell
cphone Co., l',4 per cent.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.36 cents,
or $67.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, I l-2d
Thielen & Williamson
8T0CK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Open Day and Night
Prof. R. A. Woods
1920 YOUNG. BUILDING
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real eatata 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 THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
LOCAL AND fiENERAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards BtablM.
Achl held a political meeting nt his
house last evening. '
II, P. Iloth goes to San Francisco, on
business, In the Manchuria. i
A ladles' gold watch Is ndvertlscd,a
lozt. Itennrd at this ofllce. j
Mrs. S. 0, Wilder gives a pol supper
this evening In honor of Mrs. Schultz I
lleo Kau has sold to Lcong Kau hla
Interest In the firm of Yalt Loy Com
A thoroughbred Jersey hull Is offered
for sale cheap. Address X. Y. Z., Bul
letin. Tho Club Stables have some eiy
choice Itnrorted stock for sale nt rea
II. I. J. M. Consul General Mlkl Salto
will return to Honolulu, It Is said, lu
March or April.
Mutteo Sandonna, portrait painter,
returns to his homo In San Francisco
in tho ManchurM.
Federal Inspectors of Hulls and Holl
ers Holies and Ilulger return to the
mainland In the Manchuria,
Archdeacon Jeffries, who Intends lec
turing abroad on Hawaii, leaves In th
Munchurla tor tho mainland.
Levi Kelllkea Nakca, 27 years of age.
formerly an employe tof L. 1). Kerr t
Co., died last evening at 8:45.
Mrs. E. n. McClananan gave a raru
party last evening at the Young hotel)
About sixty guests wcro present.
Members of tho Hospital Corps, N.
G. II., are requested to meet nt head
n.uartcrs Friday, February 16, at 7:30
Dr. V. C. Hobdy sails In the Man
churia for San Francisco, where he has
been assigned to duty. He Is accom
panied by his wife and child.
There will be an Important business
meeting of tho Kamchamcha Alumni
Association at their club housa on Fort
street, Friday evening at 7:30 sharp.
Miss Jennie Glffard and Justice Ar
thur A. Wilder were married last pen.
ing at tho home of tho bride's paren'i'.
Mr. and Mrs. V. SI. Glrtard The Itev.
A. Mackintosh nfllelatc.I.
Notices are published In this Issue
of public hearings to be held by tho
Acting Governor and tho Hoard of Ag
riculture and Forestry .March 7, relat
ing to tho setting asldo of forest re
serves at Wahtawa and on Kauai.
Jarcd Smith, director of tho U. H. Ex
periment Station, leaes in the Man
churia, to use his Inducnco at Wnan
Ington to have a tariff placed on cof
fee grown outside of the United States
and to look, alto. Into tho tobacco busi
ness. He Is accompanied by his fam
ily. Shur.iishl, the Japanese who was
arrested about two months ago for as
saulting his wife, was committed to
the Grand Jury today by tho Police
Court, on the charge of using a deadly
weapon with latent to murder. He hni
been held In Jail until a change In the
woman s condition should decide the
seriousness of the case, Slio Is nun-
well, but her husband waived examlna
tlon. and thus was not tried In the
uiiadc iNh line
The warm weather Is coming on
apace and It Is very desirable to know
how to keep cool.
taken regularly, reduces the tempera
ture of the body and renews the wast
ed tlnue. It Is an Ideal beverage for
all seasons of the year, but especially
In the summertime.
All kinds here Rings and
Pins nnd Studs and Ear
rings, ;:id Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
Tomonga, both of the Japanese Imper
ial Navy. They will go to Washington,
whero. It Is understood, they will be
attached to tho Japanese Embassy
Other purscn:rs of Importance go
ing to the States arc:
Col. lllchatd C. Cone, of his II. H. SI.
Army, who Is touring tho world accom
panied by his ilnghtcr, .Miss Cbadno
Sirs. Arthur StacArthur, nnd Sllss L.
If ,.r.1l .l..nl.l.. nl l.lnl.nl fft-
r..,ii .... ,i,i,. rrnn. a .i.i tn States and Japan a llttlo after 10
War broko out between tho Unite 1
When in a
Hurry For Lunch
the best dish of all Is HEINZ BAKED
BEANS with or without TOMATO
8AUCE. They are ready at a mo.
ment'a notice, can be served from the
tin, hot or cold; and are as wholesome
as they are tasty. Wise housewives
always keep several tins in the house
and It Is astonishing how quickly they
HEINZ BAKED DEAN8,
with Tomato Sauce.
HEINZ BANKED BEANS, plain.
HEINZ BAKED BEAN8,
Vegetarian (No Pork).
SOLD BY ALL GROCERlft
H. Hackle Id & Co,,
We havejust received new supplies of
"Ushers C. V. G." scotch mm
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C Peacock & Co., Ltd,
102-; FORT ST.,
AND NIGHT 8HIRTC
UNDERWEAR SUIT CASES
I. O. 0. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL 8T.. opposlt. YOUNG Hotel.
L. W. SIcCullom, who was one of the
successful bidders on tho Government
rork at Manila.
Col. Alexis Potopoff, of the Russian
Army, returning to his home.
Commander Peter Vcrdnlcoff, of the
Russian Navy, also returning home by
way of New York.
W. P. Spinney, who has been for
thirty years connected with the Im
perial Chines Customs service, now
returning to his aid home In Salem.
Slats., accompanied by his wfo.
ROASTS SOCIETY LADIES.
Chicago, Jan. 22. Another philippic
was launched against tho society wn
men of Chicago last night by the Ilov.
Dr. Strong in tho pulpit of the Second
Congregational Church of Oak Park.
Dr. Strong stood by tho guns ho bad
firoil In comparing the society women
whcwpalntcd and disported themselves
nt tho recent Crlbsldo Society's klr
mess with tho half-naked nativo worn
en of South Africa. Ho emphasized
tho remarks which bad caused a furor
"Many women did not go to tno itir
moss to help ralso monoy for a good
cause," said Dr. Strong, "but In order
to air vanity, pride and animal, not
spiritual, desire. Fine Jewels and cost.
ly gowns do not mako a public show
such as tho klrmess any better than
If It wero held In the lowest streets.
Such exhibitions set a low moral ox-
amplo for tho lower classes and lead
to crlmo. I would as soon trust my
children on I misted street as on Mich
Dr. Strong's discourse, in which he
referred to the women of the klrmess
as "a band of women known as the
Crlbsldo Society, who keep as far as
possible from tho crlb.V wins him an
Increase In Balary from $3,000. to $3,.
200 a voar.
o'clock last night In the lwllcl district,
but tbo American forces wcro outnum
bered and sorely defeated. Some sail
ors from the U. S. II. C. Supply trlod tn
enter tho house of u Japanese, und In
(iolnc so broke In a door. Tho alarm
was at once given, and tliero was an I
Try some other.
Then Try This!
Wo have the Sole Agency and have
had It for years. '
BECAUSE WE HAVE FOUND IT
THE BEST. H
The Denman Ranch has the finest ,
creamery In California. ,
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 24a
Tnn steamer Stanley Dollar, which
figured and suffered in tho Federal
Court hero somo tlmo ago In the mat
ter of transportation of Japaacso
hence to tho mainland, expects to re
turn to Honolulu and mako another
try at tho business of convejlng Jap
ancso laborers from Hawaii to Seattle.
It is stated that tho company will
exciting battlo. In which J. W Wood open an offlco here nnd place a Jap.
.nu Btulilin.l In iTia IhiaL- tintl n tint tier : nnnsn In ehnrim.
sailor, who pave his name at tho hos
pital as Davis, was nearly scalped
Tho matter was reported" to JohuS.
Aea. who hail charge of tho night re
lief at tho police station, ami itnmeti-
lately Officers Neuou nnd Turner wero
tent out to Imestlgntc tho trouble U
was Impossible, howevor. for them lu
locato tho persons who Injured, tho
sailors, a thcro were io ninny Japan
ese prewnt nt tho time. Wood wal
sent back to his ship for repairs and
Davis was sent to tho Queen's Hos
pital, where his head was dressed nnd
be was later sent to the Supply for
Neither of the sailors wcio seriously
Injured, although their wounds went
painful. From. tho information re
celved by tho police, they wcro ovldent
lv at faiiltl nnd deserved to get In
trouble. How many sailors wcro In the
party Is not known,
The seeker nftcr tho novel and fan
tustlc cannot afford to miss tho Kadlum
Dhnco nt the Orphcum theater tnis
week. Tho act ulono Is one which
should draw good crowds, though Huh
lcr's Comuanr In "Arizona" Is well
worth going tn see. Six ghostly nnd
weird figures, springing Into Ufa appar
It Is also stated that tho steamer
Olymplu, which was considered tn tho
matter of bringing tho Slolokans hero
fro mtho mainland, wilt coma to Ho
nolulu and engage In tho Japanese
HUMPHREY8 8AYS JAIL
X L Knives
When thinking of buying a pocket
knife, bear In mind that WOSTEN
HOLM goods can't be beaten for all
round quality. There Isn't an honester
or better knife made than a WOSTEN
HOLM, and one will easily outlive
three of other makes and will give
more cutting satisfaction than all
We carry a complete line of theie
celebrated knives, also erasers for
bookkeepers, and Invito your Inspec
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDINQ 8TORE.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, price ln
future will be as follows: No. 1, I.6S
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 1-80
per cu. yd.
W wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of whit sand,
making It available for all klnda or eon
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. j. t. Mcdonald.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 2T3V
the Alexander Young Building. Hourst
10-12; 2U: 78. Residence, The All)- -ander
Yo.ng Hotel. Telephone Calfiw
Mako Fioon nnd smonstn ror aioaono
oa b making; strong, rlon roo) blood,
chookidlawnoobr llnaiou otronalh M)
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kind repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tool fur
nlthed. Cooks, Yardboy and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office. QREEN HOUSE. 8. King nr. Walktkl road. Tl. Whit 2401.
Bulletin 75c, per month
The BU8INES8 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and the.Weikly Edition, glvea a
concise and complete reiume of all li
nal notices, calls for tinders, luda
monti. bulldlno oirmlts and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7S4 Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 Pr yr.
fjsjr J'lne Job Printing at the Bul
(Continued from Page 1.)
tho fifth amendment of the Constitu
tion, nnd that tho prosecution was
It Is further shown that the Judg
ment Is void because the petition was
held without a presentment or Indict
ment by the Grand Jury for an al
leged "Infamous crime,"
The pelttlonor further shows that he
Is Imprisoned by tho High Sheriff In
what Is arbitrarily designated as the
Honolulu Jail, but which Is In fact a
nart of the Oahu Jail, this being the
Territorial penitentiary, In which an
tonflned felons convicted of Infamous
crimes, Including persons under sen
tence of death. It Is shown that the
so-called Jail has only one entrance
namely, through the gates, olfico and
yard of the penitentiary, and that all
persons confined In the Jail, must first
bo confined In tho penitentiary, where
they have their photograps taken and
their names and descriptions entered
on the books as Inmates thereof, It
ently from tho very darkness in which Is alBo shown that tho persons con-
they aro enveloped, go throiigu a'nncii in tne so-caueu jau ore numuerca
sprightly ami pretty dance. Tho girls sequentially with the felons, that they
The Wcokly Edition of tho Rvcnlng
Dulletln gives a complcto summary of j
the news of tho dny. For SI yr.
R. SMSAHKO COM Pnlladitphla.
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
who take part In tho ballet are clad lu
white duck suits treated with tho rad
lum salts, and then given an clcctrl.
In addition to tho Kadlum Dance,
Miss Chandler, tho clover llttlo sou;
brette, will give tbo famous Shake
Dance clothed In a radium suit. Tho
effect Is qulto startling.
A bushel of bituminous coal Is differ
ent In different 8tates. In Illinois,
Iowa. Missouri and Kentucky Its
weight Is eighty pounds; In Pennsyl
vania, sevcnty-Bix pounds, and In In
diana, seventy pounds.
are all compelled to wear prison garb,
their food Is the same. In kind and
quantity as that served to the felons,
when sick they ore confined In the
penitentiary hospital together with
lelons, and they ore attended by them.
The only difference between the treat
ment of tho felons In the penitentiary
and the persons In the arbitrarily do.
slgnated Jail Is. It Is shown, thst tho
felons are required to do hard daobr,
while the others are not.
The writ was Issued this forenoon by
Judge De Holt ordering the High Sher
iff to bring Chun Hoon before him to
morrow at 9 a. m.
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we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
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at CUT Prices
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