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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, FED. 16. 1906,
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We have Jutt received new tlies
In Ladlet' White 8atln Dancing
SUppera at , S3.50
White Kid Opera S3.50
White Moire Silk, Opera.. $3,50
While Moire Silk, 1 strap. .$3.50
Blue Moire Silk, 1 1trap.33.50,
White Kid Pump S5.00
AND MANY OTHERS
Mclnerny Shoe Store
fmw W w v&alarts
ML I I mBr
sn 1 a Hr
3&1 61 3SSSSBr
If unn havo
i JUU IIUIV)
we will deliver
to you now $50.00
(Fifly 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.,
,'IPE DREAMS ,AND OTHER
(Continued from Paae 1.) .'
lkewlso dug generally with the same
icaults. In (act, the explorations of
these people have convinced them that
their respective finds of water ami
pipe will more than pay for the Initial
.ml of the lands.
It seems that a former plantation
man laid down a water conduit and
that the present management many
months ago abandoned tho operation
of the tube, for the reason that the re
peated visits and attacks, on tho cane,
of tho Insect pest known under tho
entomological narao of "I'ohono Ha
wallensls," had mado tho ptpc-lrrlgat-cd
section of this district a profitless
ono to tho company, tho leaf hoppor
bolng of tho samo genus and closely
allied to the Insect spoken of.
Then tho land was laid out to bo dc.
vclopcd "on American lines," and, In
doing tho developing the first settler
"struck Ho" In tho form of water plpo.
Preparations for a grand luau arc la
progress, It being a custom of Kau
that a special find, or haul, of (lib
should bo commemorated. Col. Nor
rls, who, by the nay, has been unwell
but who Is now convalescing, has giv
en four fat cattle. Makua-kanc alll, a
part Chinese pig raiser, donated soon
fat animals for roasting, while Y. Yon
Bohltcrs. tbo most advanced of tho
local settlers' association, most gener-, !" J"" "
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 16. 1906.
ously offered sweet potatoes, and tara
' Tho feast It to be on the 16th and a
temporary lanal SO feet by 60 feet, bai
been erected nt Walohtnu on the lot
adjoining tho telopuons office.
It Is said thnt tho luau will bo tho
occasion for commencing tho political
work Incident to tho coming County
and Territorial elections.
Tliert) can be no doubt that tho land
matters, past, present nnd future, of
tho Kau pcoplo will cut considerable
Ico In next November.
"Tho land for tho people," was tho
burden of the Bone when, last Tues
day, tho settlers ana Intending settlers
met at Uanalcl's barn, at Klolakaa, to
formulate their desires and demand!
as citizens of the United States.
Commissioner 1'rntt Is expected to
visit Kau shortly, but It Is freely pre
dicted that If ho apportions the public
lands so as Americans hava but "three
acres and a cow," thero wilt be such a
time as to put to blush tho period
when Homo was said to havo howled.
A public reading and rccrcatloD
room Is mooted for Walohlnu. It II
proposed to form a stock company and
build two largo rooms, wltji carctak-
NAME OF STOCK
C Brcwtr Si Co ...i...
Ewt PUntitlon Co ...
Hi Com It Sujr Co.
riiwallin Sue r Co
Honemvi Sutir Co
Hofokft bug? Co
Kihuko Punutlon Co
Kltitl Plantation Co Ltd
Klpahulu Sutac Co ...
Koloa bugar Co ..
McHryd MicarCo m
Cattu ujaf Co .
Ononta butar Co......
Ookala bacar Piant Co
Olaa Sum Co U4 -Olowatu
Pali Plantation Co
Ptpoakao Sue" Co
Pinnr Mill Co
Walatua Aetlcultutal Co
wailjKO 3Ugar co
WalniKu&tiiar Co Sl
Walanaa Mill Co
Hawiinn tuatlcCo l
Mutual Ttlaphvita Co
uanu K i. co
Hllo Kallioad Co
(Ion. B.M Oo......
naw icraia pc
1, too 000
4 J04 0O0
HaIVti Stir if Co 6 d c
Maw Cod Sue Co p
Hllo R H Co Con 6 B c
Hon K T L Co 6 p c
KthuhnPliiitCoope. UtHi RotLCo6pc M
ma :uc at' co p c.
Ptonr Mill Co 60 e
WalAltM AttlC Co 0 p C-
Sales Ilet. Hoards $5,000 Kcflncry
Cs, fl03; 30 I.-I. S. N. Co, 120.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.3$ cents,
or $67.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3-4(1
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND DR0KER8.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
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 estata you wish to sell, ,
You hava a house you wth to rant,
You have ANY business which naeda the attention of active,
hustling agents, i
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUTTHROOOH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 12 FORT ST.
H! PHYSICAL CULTURE i
i SUMK AND
Open Day and Night
R. A. Woods
ROOMS 17181920 YOUNO BUILDING
Wc havejust received new supplies of
cr'a quarters, and tako over tho old
soda company's plant for the manu
rnrttiro of aerated wators, tne local
springs furnishing a ncvor-falllng sup
ply of tho crystal miia. too ouaieiiu
emnlovo havo auhicrlbed freely, ai
thoy feel the need of a placo to spend
It. then Is bewitched by someono other
than her husband; is on tho ragged
edge long enough to complicate a few
troubles to glvo the story the necessary
thrill of earnest anxlely. and la then
dragged back from the prcclptco by tho
Mrtues of tbo hero, played by Iluhlcr,
their sparollmo: wholesome lltcraturo; who nnnlly acquires the heroine to
nn,l nnn nlrnhnl n tlrlnKI. in COmiOIX- ""." ... mi .iw i ......
pblo surrouudlngs, pro esteemed as
prcfernblc to coffee-shop lounging.
II. L. Hogers, a cattleman of tho His-
trlct, while engaged In rounding up
1- . iki ,!.- nrminiiat rT
nnimais iroiu iu ib;i t,-"o " !, , ,.rt, ,h, ., i
mat on " -., ..wuv. ...-v ........
of mlsunderstandlacs and falsc-appear
Ing circumstances. Tho play Is pretty
and startling, an appetizing combina
Then there U the radium dance be-
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
1021 FORT 8T., I.
0. O. F. Bldg. 4 151 HOTEL 8Tq opposlto YOUNG Hotst
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. Houss furnltur. of all
'kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Toola fur
nlthed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN H0U8E, 8. King nr. WalMkl road. Tst. WhlU,2401.
Bulletin 75c per month
lils ranch, managed to get
Monday. As ho did not return that
night, a searching party was organized
at Walohlnu and Naalchu, which, after
several hours search, found tno poor
man had fallen from hla horso and
badly sprained his ankle, which, how
over, ho had managed to lmraerso In
tho mountain stream and so keep from
BwelliiiR, as It othcrwlso would havo
done. A lltlir was hastily lmprolsed
upon which ho was borno to Lis homo,
"II. !.." ns ho is 'familiarly called, la
Ting Kce, a Celestial storekeeper at
Ilonuapo, Is n storekeeper who Is now
atorcless. Hurnt out on tho evening ol
hn 11th. Kow goods wero In tho build
Ing, as ho was closing out his trading
post. Tho nre, aunougn smaii, oicu
cd much anxiety to tho parties having
property near. It may bo that the
blazo was oi inccnaiary origin, mc
police have n cluo which' points to a
discharged employe of tbo Hutchison
Plantation Company. It Is supposed
that tho objoct was to havo tho adja
cent structures catch flro, as a stionj
wind was blowing. The' wharf hoso
was used and aid from the donkey en'
(jlno being procured, Bait water easily
subdued tho blazo and warded off tho
dancer to the mill. Tho whole district
was alarmed by the telephone calls for
tno formation of a bucket brigade.
Happily, It was not needed when It ar
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WftTTT MD STimiLK'
Those who failed to see "Arizona" at
the Orpheum last evening will hav
other opportunities, for the play will fce
nrcsented tonight, nt the matinee to.
morrow ana again lomorruw eveuiui;.
"Arizona" Is a solid, satisfactory pro
duction, rich In plot and very Inter
esting In detail. Borne or tne situations
are exceedingly exciting and from be
ginning to end the absorbing story )
alive with pretty romance, gentle mer
rlment. electrifying Intensity and stir
ring adventure. It Is one of Hums
completely satisfying plays that excite
every degree of emotion and Richard
Uubler and his good people know how
to serve the Ingredients.
Drenda fowler Is to be seen to great
advantage as tbo heroine and Lilian
Hayward Is splendid In the role of a
woman "who loves but scarcely knows
rir.ItnKIU5i:.V-In this city, nt 8:15 a
m., Feb. 16, 190S, Bernhardt Ucrgcr
sen, at his residence, lu Kaplolanl
I'ark extension; nged SO years. In
terment Niuianu cemotcry Snturduy
ntternoon, 3 o'clock. Funeral ser
Uccs Masonic Toraplc.
The BU8INESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls,
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and comrilete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
756 P,r month. Wetkly Bulletin,
SI per yf-
Some of tho streets of Warsaw.
Poland, are paved with straw pressed
Into blocks and made hard enough to
he used for thlslpuVposo.
TUIIMTOIIY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu.
In ro Dissolution of tho Hawaiian
Chlneso Kona Coffeo Plantation, Lim
ited. Whereas, tho Hawaiian Chlneso Ko
na Coffee Plantation, Limited, a cor-
noratlon established and existing un
der and by virtue of the laws of tho
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to
law In such cases mado and proviuea,
duly filed In this office, a petition for
the dissolution of tno said corporation,
together with a certificate thereto an'
noxed as required by law.
Now. therefore notice Is hereby glv.
en to any and all persons that have
been or aro now Interested in any roan'
ner whatsoovor In tho said corporation,
that objections to tho granting of the
said netltlon must bo fllcd In this offico
on or beforo 12 o'clock noon on the
30th day of March, 1906, and that any
nerson or Dersons desiring to uo nearu
thoreon must be In attendance at tho
office of the undersigned, In tbo Cap
itol Building. Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, to show cause, If
any, why said petition should not be
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu. January 23rd, 1906,
3288 Jan. 23, 26, 30; Feb. 2, , 9, 13,
1, 20, 23, 27; Mar. 2, 6, , 13, 16,
Auto hacks at Stock) ards Stables.
Luttcd's Taro Flour for salo by Hen
ry May & Co. and C. J. Day & Co.
All Intending to engage dates for thi
V. W. C. A. home at Wahlawa see MIsj
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. 31, 31.60 and $2 per week. 1219
Fort street ,.
Quit waiting advertise In The Bui
letln Want column for that new ten
ant or boarder now.
If ou like nice Island chickens and
"Kahlklnul beef" call up Tel. 464 Ray
mond Ranch Market.
Oahu Lodge, No 1. K. of P.. will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In K. of
P. Hall, King street
Judge Dole will delicr his opinion
In the Mcl.ollan lire claims matter at
2 o'clock this afternoon.
II. P Wood of the Promotion Com
mittee this morning paid a lengthy call
02 the Acting (ocrnor
All housekeepers desiring help apply
to Miss Dlunt of the Y M. C A Also
all girls desiring employment,
Deaths during tbu past fifteen days
In Honolulu Included three from tu
berculosis and one from typhoid fecr
Should the expected army transport
reach port today a danco will be given
at the Moana hotel tonight for the of
fleers. Governor Carter has filed a petition
lor permltslon to resign as trustco
tinder the trust deed of James Auld o
L. U. Kerr & Co. hae Just rcccUcd
a shipment of high grade plneappli
and Japanese silks which will be solJ
nt 45 cents per )ard.
Hunter Baltimore R)o has been test
ed by llmo and alna found to be tho
favorite. Hoffschlaegcr Co , Ltd.
agents, will supply ou
Albert McOurn, deputy Jailor at Oahu
prison, arrlcd In Hllo Wednesday to
take the place of Jailor Mnby during
the tatters abicncc at Honolulu
Work? on connecting the Bcrctanla
street car lino with tbo Ions Panaa
Snitch is progressing. This, at pre
cut, hns nothing to do with Increasing
the cur service on the Knlmukl line.
i:.-Kaxon Ulihop of C Uroncr & Co
was last ecnlng adtlsod by wireless
that the landslide at Onomea had dono
but little damage, only a Japanese
storekeeper's shack bating becu de
molished. Work will probably be commenced at
onco on the construction of the Koolau
lullway, tbo superintendent having np
proved tho location of the first sectloe
of the road, about four miles througV
tho Hauula homesteads.
Sheriff Keolanul of Hllo grantcl
special permission to work on Sunday
to those engaged In handling lumber
by steamer for the new mill at Papal
kou, also to those hauling cut cano to
Pepcckeo flumes In order to sao it.
Ed Tonse talked ou "Advertising" to
the Thursday Club at the Y. M. C. A
lost night. Tbo speaker concluded hit
remarks with the suggestion that thi!
Y. M. C. A. might Increase Its member
ship by some intelligent advertising. ,
THE SCHOOL CITY. r
An account of what Is being done In
the East to develop civic responsibil
ity and pride Comparative table of
IN SATURDAY'S BULLETIN.
So clear was tho atmosphere- on the
evening of Feb. 12, that a signal from
tho U. S. S. Supply was recolvcd by
tho Naval Station, whllo tho former
was 200 miles away. Tho signal of
Identification was by wireless telegra
phy. , Tho U. B. S. Supply will bo ready
to sail tomorrow at 9 o'clock In tho
morning for Guam. Sho has been held
hero for repairs to her boilers and
engines. Bho took on 430ions of coal
from horc, and left consldorablo sup
plies for tho navy yard.
Acting Governor Atkinson made a
formal call on Governor T. M. Potts
of Guam on board tho U, S. S. Sup
ply )cstcrday morning. Very soon
after arriving In Honolulu, Oovornor
Votts, nlso commander of tho Supply,
mado an official visit to tho admlnl
troth o head of tho Islands, and tho call
of yesterday was a return courtesy,
Tho annual meeting of tho Chic Fed
eration will lie -held nt tho Y. M. C. A
on Wcdnctday next, at 4 p. in. Chair
man W. R. Cattle will deliver nn ad
dress, reviewing the work and offering
Ideas Some of tho reports will be
those of A. F. Orimths on "Parks," D.
I Wlthlngton on; "Law and Order, '
Dr. C. 11. Wood on "Public Health" and
J, Hughes on "Legislation."
The University Club held Its annual
meeting last evening and elected oOl
ccrs. The first year of tbe Club's ca
rter has been most successful. The
officers elcctel wero Dr. F. R. Day,
president: Alonzo Oartley, vlco presi
dent; S. llallou, secretary; D. W. And
erson, treasurer; wbo with A. U C
Atkinson, W.' II. Babbitt and W. F.
Frear constitute tbo Board of Gov
If you let tho Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. do your printing and developing
for you, you aro sure of satisfactory
service, ami you will get all the plOturt
that thero Is In the film. Wo have bull!
up our renuiauon ny goou worn nnu
we are constantly adding to It. Wc,
havo all tho modern facilities for doing
the fullest Justice to camera work en
trusted to our care and employ only the
most skilled assistants to All orders for
printing and developing.
The warm weather Is coming on
apace and It Is vtry desirable to know
how to keep cool.
taken regularly, reduces the tempera,
ture of the body and renews the watt
ed tissue. It Is an Ideal beverage for
all seasons of the year, but especially
In the summertime.
All kinds here Rings and
Fins and Stttds and Ear
rings, Znd Brooches and
Chains. Kvcrythtng up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER;
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Mscy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the belt
desks made. They are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desirea. They are fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desfcs. The
high class goods.
are moderate for such
Try some other.
Then Try Thisl
We have the Solo Agency and hava
had It for years.
BECAUSE WE HAVE FOUND IT
THE BEST. -WC
The Denman Ranch has the finest
creamery In California.
Lewis & Co.,
19 KINQ ST. TELEPHONE 24a
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
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 honetter
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
Wo carry a complete line of these
celebrated knives, also erasers for
bookkeepers, and Invite your Inspection.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Owing to changs In th price of
certain sixes of crushed rock, prices In
future will b as follows: No. 1, 1 1.5 J
ptr cu. yd.; No. 2, $130 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, 12.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 1J0
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to ths
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white tind,
making It available for nil kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. j. t, Mcdonald,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,'
I he Alexander Young Building. Hoursr
10-12; 2-1; 7 8. Residence, The Ale
tnder YoiSng Hotel. Telephone Callr
Mnkoa riath and Stranstth for dole ana)
aat br making (Irons:, rich rad blood
cnaonaaiaaaaaDT ivinacrou airanasin .
realat It. Said h Dniaak a. 7 eta bow
or 3 botas for aa. or mat. -d on raoalpt
Tbo Weekly Edition of tho" Evening'
Bulletin gives a complete summary of,
tbo nows of tho day. For SI a year.
w,lt. in nhntit Unma Traatmant.
BOANKO CO.. Philadelphia PSk
Weekly Bulletin SI per yesr.
Tho Pacific Dredging Co has AM
exceptions to tho damage suit which
the Pacific Mall 8. S. Cn. Instituted
against IL Tbe hearing on the ezcep.
tlons has been set for next Monday.
The hearing of tbo case Itself, should
the exceptions fall, can not take place
1 before March 23, when tbe Siberia callr
bore. In the meantime depositions will
bo taken at San Francisco and pos
Where to purchase crepe paper and ,
tissue paper in all shades, suitable for
making flowers and nil kinds of dec
orating, at Wall, Nichols Co., UL
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS 'in great variety
at CUT Prices
I AT j!
E. W. Jordan & Co.. Ltd. I
PEB. 22. i ' . Q
1137 i-ort Street 1