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EVENING BULLETIN, J10NOL.UUJ,.Ti.H., TUESDAY, KEli. 26, 1906
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
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COME IMMIGRANTS DROUQHT
BY CHINA FINE LOOKINQ
LOT OF 8ETTLERS.
Tliero wui not much time given tlic
Molokaus to see Honolulu, for tlioy
HONOLULU, February 20. 1906.
MtHrydt rtrCo .
. ... iH.h...ii.u ... -i :. yii"w
wciu umiiuol iiiiiuuiuijj put, uuuuru Unomci bu
the steamer lwalnnl after their nr-i Ooku5BrPnt C
rlvnl th f'hlnn nn.l fn..nr,ln,l . OUl 5llMI l 1(4
ssfus via IUV, VMirnti "Mil lumuiuvu J
thctr new homo on Kauai. They sail
ed at 7 p. m. yesterday.
In the faces of the Russian lmml
grants there can be read a tertaln
NAME OP STOCK
C Brtwtr flt Co .......... ,
Em PlinlAtloa Co .
tiw Com at 5uctr Co
riwIUn Sugar Co
Hononu Sue' Co,..
Honohat Sue Co
Malku Svfkf Loh.
Khuku (fiautuiton Co.
KltMl llanutlooco Utf
k Danuiu Siurar to
iloioi suffar u
Cahu :rurr (
Paauha Sur PlajttCo
racinc ua;ar mni.i
MaU Plmtton Co
Ptpk Siitar Co
Plnnr Atfll La
wmalua Arrkoiltoral Col
kindness of spirit which Impresses ono wfn.iJsiiuCo
iiiuab luvwiuui. tuvf .in n Bluru
lot. ana their well developed form
nml healthful, appearance show that
tl cy have not been weakened by wronu
methods of life, but are capable of In
dustry. In their faces shone pleasure
as tbey were met by J, II. Castle, who
defrayed the expense of their coming
to these Islands, and others.
Michael Slivkoll. their elder ha
charge of the party, nnd when James
D. Castle and Sam Johnson, who serv
ed as Interpreter for the strangers,
camo on board, tbe China, lie saluted
them, and expressed hearty plcasmo
In seeing them. Ho had met both of
themi when he was here first, at tho
time ho made final .arrangements tor
the lands .for them.
As noon as the party enmo on board
ship, to meet them, they crowded
Around the Interpreter and respectfully
listened to -what wns told then through
him. After Icttcrsiof greeting bad been
read to them, one, with n Jong beard.
stepped forward and said. Hint they had J
imiu iu Bay nuw in reply
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W.unu Mm Co .....
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Hl.tll.n cltetcU Co
Hon HTft LCoCoa-
Mntu.l TMnN.n Co
O.btt R ft L Co, , . ,
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II. w Tcn'l M p, c,
Haw Gov tit.
Hallnj St U4k
Haw Con Si Stf Co J pc
naw aoiar 1.0 idci
S loo.tt tt
II l -l
10 I-..II I'fl
Kahuku Plant Ldlse.
uiaa aofar CO 0 p c...
PalaHI.nl Co. ,,,.,....
Piontaf Mill Co t p C
Walalua Arilc Co 6 p c-
11 li a) lt
Solcs-Mlctwccn Hoards; 10 Kwa,
123.25; 10 Uwa, $23.25; CO Qahti Sug.
Co.. $87.60: 130 Hon. II. & M. Co.. 123:
TllPV Wlllllrt 2S Dlnn tl- inn IMnnnur t107r.n. ir.
let their nation In, tlio.fnttjre. herald,! I'Jonecr, 1127.60. U.'srton; 10 ICl
bo their nnswer and. prove their sin- hel, 18.25; 10 Jlhcl. $8.25; 10 Klhcl.
" $8.25; 10 Klhcl. 18.25, 10 Klhel, $8.25;
Duiiio ui incm siiii rciaincu incir.ev Kinci. I8.7B.
KtiS8lan npnarcl. and the women near
W nil wore white cloths, tied about
their heads. The children nrc bright
eyed und Intelligent In appearance,
and respectful In their attitude toward
Sam Johnson Interpreted a letter of
wolcomo froni tho Hawnllnn Hoard of
.Missions, originally read to them al
Log Angeles. Asked as to their wants,
they requested flour and bricks, that
thoy might at once ninlec ovcnn and
Captain Sam Johnson went (o Knnal
with tho party, (In which thero wor
110 persons. Manager Falrchlld of tho
Makco Sugar Co. meets tho Molokans
on haual. Ilcv. Mr. Lydgato renre-
Latest sugar quotation, 3.36 cerits,
or $67.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, l-2d
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son ting, tho Hawaiian Hoard, welcomes
Had tho China arrived early In tha
day a sen Ice would have been held
In Kawalahao church, when Iho Mojo
Uans would havo been welcomed by
tho ministers of all the evangelical
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wucro tncy ore to canip until tnoy
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TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR:8IX.MONTH8"AT'$40.
Tho three, local Knights of Pythias
lodges last night In Progrycss hall held
a great Joint Initiation, over 80 new
knights being entered.
Deputy Supremo Chancellor IM.
Towsc opened tho meeting, which was
conducted by C. M. White. Chancellor
Commander; K. r"armcr. Vlce-Chanwl-lor;
II. T Moore, Prelate, nnd O. V
rolluulng the Initiation there was
a banquet. Acting Governor Atkinson
responded to the toast of "Tho Presi
dent," Kd. Tomso spoke, for tho Su
preme UhIro and Visiting knights. It.
A. Wadsworth of Wailukii and Mr,
Cunnon of Oragon responded for their
lodges, The occasion was tho 43r.)
annlvcisary of tho founding of the order.
Initiation teams were: Second
rank. A, N, Sinclair, A. V. Oeur, Kd-
win Farmer, II, T, Moore, Geo. A. U.
vis and H. Towso! third rank, W, M.
Johnson, P N. McGrow, W. I Krazco.
C. J. McCarthy, Fred Waldron. A. M.
Sinclair, 13. Towso, M. T. SImonton and
w. J. Coon.
McKlnlcy I.oilgo candidates were;
W. A. MtCullougb, Herman J. Ilaldwln,
John T. Wirnd, S. H. Ness. J. I),
Harries, W, C, Kcnakc, A. 1). Scroggy,
William J, Graham, Peter Johnson,
V. M, Lynch, W. E. Woyman. L. I
Twomcy, 0. Schwerdtfegcr, V.. A,
Douthltt, M..C, l'rlvctt0. A. Scyde,
Sheldrake. C. Stlblad, R. A. Duncau,
II. II. Fisko, II. Hcrrlck, J. J, Hogan,
II. M. Carlson, It. II. Trent, a. K. Mutt
son. J. S. Andrade. O. D. Mahouc,
W. E. Easton, F. W. Woods. Walter
Hcakbanc, H. S. Crane, F, E. Colby,
D. Hurst, K. C. Ilonpcr, J. G. Schlcif,
A, U. Lane. A, Jacobs, J as. Wilson,
Jerome C. Merwln, Frank W. Andrews,
Henry 0, Wootten. F, O. Hoycr, Julca
M. Levey, A. L. C. Atkinson, Edgar
Henrlques. C. D. Melvin. P. D; Hlck
ncll, E. II. Ward. W. J, White. Jacob
I Lando, II, P. Jensen, Chas. J. Hummel,
F. E. Clark, 0. II. Caso, H. C. Easton.
Mystic Ixdeo candidates, were; C
J. Ludwlgsen, W. J. England, Chas
V, 'EBgland. II. C. Bayers, John Mar.
calllno, Leslie Scott, J. It. I'earse, S.
P. Kind, E. 8. Ttuedore, A. Q.. Marcnl
lino, E. II. Oebauer, J, It. Parker, 0.
Oahu Lodge took In sixteen netf
members. v '
Neatly furnished rooms at'tfie Pop-'
ular. $1, J1.C0 and $2 per week. 1213
There wns a false alarm of fire from
box C7. at Alapal and Ueretanla strtcts,
at 1:30 this morning.
Excursion tickets will bo sold Id at
polnr on the O' R. & I,. It, R, on
Tt nnmi rtt Mni-u tnllnn ntinrnA.I
with selling liquor without n.flccnse, Is
being tried before Judge. Lindsay to
day- . J
Tho ladles of Kamchftmeha schools
will be at home at Iho Kamchameha
School for Girls Saturday, February
Tho participants In tho Elks' Min
strel Co? are requested to bo on time
at the rehearsal tonight at 7:30, I). P.
0. E. Hall.
Pinposals for furnishing the custom
housd with light. Ice nnd miscellan
eous supplies for tho fiscal year ending
Juno 30, 1907, aro ndvcrtlsod for.
lor playing n palkau game, seven
Chinamen wcro fined $3 each In the
polico court this morning. In nddltlon
to -costs of court Another, Ah Hip,
failed to appear, and his ball of $10 was
Hob Samoa was before tho police
court thin morning on a chnrge of as
saulting ono of his fellow laborers ou
the; water front, buttas tho complalnr
Ing witnesses fnllcd to appear, ho wns
Fearing that all tho people who wish
to danco cannot bo accommodate at the
affair to bo given Thursday evening at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, tho management
of the Young Hotel has decided to glvo
A public danco on that occasion also.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Notley an
nounce tho engagement of their daugh
ter, lily, to Mr. William II. llcen,
iioth of Honolulu. Mr. 1 1 ecu contem
plates going tn Shanghai to look over
tho field, with the Idea of locating there
in the jinirtlro of law,
Tho Altornoy General's Department
'K been ad vised that tho Ilito term
will not open beforo March 3. An a
u.-i..ii'i.i.o Deputy Ai tomcy General
Mlherton, who Is to nrosccuto n rounlo
of murder canon, has postponed bis
Hlto trip until next week.
Some days ago snmo nako was stolen
from tho I'aclflc Mall Company, being
taken from tho wharf, Tho matter
was turned uter.to tho police, nnd Sam
Knmaryi wns arrested for tho IhcfL
Ho was found guilty by tho polico court
this morning and sentenced to 30 days
Whch tho Sonoma arrhes from San
Francisco tomorrow morning, she will
have no board H eleven young women
being sent hern by a Portland news
paper. .Numerous entertainments have
jecn planned for them, Including a
danco at tho Young Hotel, the uatu
for the later has not yet been fixed.
Pawua residents, last evening met at
tho homo of It. C. Drown and organiz
ed an Improvement club, with If pres
ent. Officers wcro elected as follows:
It. C. Drown, president; Chas. Hon,
secretary; C. C. Rhodes, treasurer;
Quy Owens, dolegato to tho general
committee. Tho club meets Monday
rqnlng next at tho homo of C. It.
Maria Santos nnd Cruz Torre, two
Porto Rlcnn girls charged with bffea
my, nnd Abellno .Mcrcndo, the second
husband of Cruz Torre, charged with
adultery, this forcnoonl entered pleas
i nuiujr ui-iuru juuko uuie. iitry
will rccelvo their sentences tomorrow.
If tho defendants, who have, been In-
uicicn ny i no urand Jury, continue to
plead gullly at this rate, there wi;
prooamy do bin vory llttlo work for
Judgo Dole's trial Jury to do.
According to Information received
at tho Naval Station, tho ship Dlrlgo
sailed from Montevideo, January 3,
with a full cargo of coal for Honolulu,
Tho ship Andro Theodore sailed Jnn
uary 19 from Cardiff for Honolulu
with 3317 tons of coal. Tho Arthur
Sowall sailed from Philadelphia with
4920 tons of coal for Cnvlto. and after
unloading tho larger part of her cargo
mere, u is epecteu sue win sail to
Honolulu with 1400 tons, nnd will nrob
nbly load hero with sugxnr.
. aa a
LECTURE ON JAPAN
Mis Ollvn M. Hlunt. hcvcii years a'
missionary In Japan and ngnln en route
intact win gito nor stnrcopticon ice-
turo ol Japan -with two hundred lienu
Iful colored slides, nclud ns a tow
striking pictures, on temperance at
tno following places. Owing to attend
mice of children tho lectures will be
gin at 7:30 p. m,
Punnhnu College, Friday, Feb. 23
Kamchameha Schools. Feb. 24.
Kawalahao Seminary, Monday, Feb,
Pnrtugueso Kindergarten rooms, Frl'
day, March 3.
After tho lecturo, which will bo in'
terspersed with songs, a JnpnncBo gen
tleman will glvo tho famous sword
drill. Three ladles In Japanese, cos
tumo servo ten to each other accord
ing to Jnpancso custom, while a fourth
plays on n Japanese musical Instru
ment, Also a group of girls will illus
trate a Japanoso Sunday school,
All students and public school chil
dren complimented. Parents anil
adults, 25 cents. Teachers, optional.!
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DON'T WANT TO MIX j
(Continued from Paae 1.)
right to tho wharf. Throughout tlio
train Journey and all tho way1 down
on the steamer tho Molokans sang
ongs of pralso and wcro Joyful gen
erally. On sighting this 'Island th$y
burst Into ,tho. mpst gladsomo song.
They aro a vefy religious pcoplo.
"AH 'tho Los Angeles Molpkons are
anxious to como to Hawaii. Eventual-
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 tissue. It Is an Ideal beverage for
all seasons of the year, but especially
In the summertime.
I mWmW&f P AH kinds here Rings and Jj
Ltftvf i Pins mul suuis anti ar
CtVT"I I xwss' Zm Brooches and
W'X'Mnx CI,a'ns' Everything tip-to-
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The Weokly Edition of tho Evening
Hulletln gives n complete summary of
the news of tho day. For 1 a year.
Owlno to a change In tha pries of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
futuro will be as follows: No. 1, $1.33
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.:
No. 3, $2X5 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $tJO
per cu. yd. .,.
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practically tha price of whIU sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
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R. arOSANKO CO.. Philadelphia, rm
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
ly, I think, they will all como hcre.'lf
they can get land.
j "From remarks heard en routo It
seemed to bo the. general Impression
that Hawaii was to bo congratulated I
on securing such a Ono lot of people,
Two representatives pf th'o MoloJ
kans aro coming here soon, at tbe ex-,
penso of the dlroctors of tho Hakalau
The Weekly Edition of the Evening plantation, to look over lands far tho
Bulletin gives a complete summary of settlement of another lot of theso pcty
the news of the day. For SI year, pie."
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