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BYENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY. FED. 20, 190S
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. February, 21. 1906.
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If you have.
to you now $50.00
(Fifly Dollars) worth of Fur
niture, Rugs, Matting, &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.,
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtwtr ft Co -
E. Pl.nt.tlAn Ca ...
Miw.il.n Afticglm J Co
Haw Con bufaf Co. .
Hawaiian sugar f,o ,
Honomu hug ar Co..
Haiku Si(r Lo
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Klrul plantation Co Lit.
Klpahnlu Sugar CO
McMrrd Mtgar Co
Gahu Sut.r Co
OnonM Sugar Co
OoVala Su.r Plant Ca
Olaa Sugai Co til .
Tho Accounts of Kalnma, tlio guard-
Inn who was shown by W. It. Sims,
as master, to have done up his wnril,
wno wns nts nephew, in great style. p.uh.s..,pij,ico
were tine morning finally settled by , "P" ' "
Judge Lindsay, who at tho same tlmo p,"Jt,kll,',."rco "-'
gave iaiama a lernuie ronsi. i rionatr mill Co ...
The proceedings opened by tho rend
ing of Sims' report on Katatna's ac
counts. According to Kalama his
ward owed him $S04. Sims showed,
after passing on the various Items,'
that on the contrary Kalama owed his
wortl no less than $718.70. I
Attorney Peterson appeared for Ka-'
lama and his bondsman, T. F. I-nnslng.
He stated that ho had no criticism to
make of tho surcharges, except one byi
Wful.. Agricultural Co
vraujini sugar co ...
Wallgku Sugar Co Sr
Walmanala strar Go.
Wal.n.. MillW. .....
lnt.r-Jll.rd Swan N Co!
Hawaiian EketrlcCa I
Mutual Trlrehan. Co .J
uanu krl Lt..
Hllo RaJltoai Co ..
Hon. U. fl M. Co...
Pa I J Up,
Hanjw 4 c Fir. CI
.W T( p C
Pionc.r Mill Co 6 p C
which the Itcnvjor board and lodging
of the minor was cut from l lo (I t Haw Tern Hp. c
month. Tho rest of tho surcharges. ""yftP.'-.r
such as one of 1584. which Kalama had ZXl-SmriTf.
withdrawn from lo minor's bank nc-HI. w Co S.j Co , pc
rount. and another of 136, representing n?" S "X r.rZiJl'
board and lodging for the minor for HonRTfclcJspH:
seven months, ilurlnc- which hn wno. Kahuku Plant Co o o c
in the Hcform School were a right. Ig'.KSuctJpV Z
It was asked that the S8 board Items be. oi..Sur.f Cooot....
Judge Lindsay said that tho guard
ian had shown himself to bo so corrupt
nnd unfit that ho could not expect to
bo entitled to any consideration from
tlio Court. However, Mr. Lansing was
Involved as bondsman, nnd ho would
probably have to stand tho brunt of
tho affair. The Item was allowed to re
main at J8.
"Tho Court of Its own motion dls
charges Kalama as guardian," contin
ued Judge Lindsay. "His actions hnvo
been disgraceful and he has rendered
very poor stewardship, In regard to tho
TiS4 Item Kalama's action seems to
have been highly criminal and the
proper place for him should bo In
jail. Knlama is removed as guardian
and the Watcrhouso Trust Co. Is ap
pointed In his place. Kalama Is re
quired to turn over all the papers and
funds of the estate to tho newly ap
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ton 3 t-i
Notice No session tomorrow. Feb.
22, 190G, Legal holiday.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.36 cents,
or $67.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1-2(1
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Hco number Is 23.
White steam autos. Storkyds stable.
We sell Knhlklnul beet and have an
Adequate supply. We arc hero to stay.
Raymond Ilnnch Market Tel. 464.
Tatrons of tho Island Meat Market
will kindly send In nil orders by 8 a.
m, tomorrow as only one delivery will
bo tnado at 9 oclock.
N. P. Durness. 6fl jears of ago. resid
ing on l'cnsarola street, suffering with i
lire through the day.
Tho annual meeting of stockholder!!
of Whitney ft Marsh. Ltd.. will bo held
on Saturday, February 21. nl 2 p. m.
over lllshop & Co, s bank.
Judgo Lindsay's Jury yesterday re
turned a verdict of not guilty In tho
ense of Mnry Knhlnil, chnrged with
selling liquor without a license.
All the boats of tho Inter-Island
Navigation Company will He In port
tomorrow, nnd no business will be done
by the company, oulng to tho day be
ing n legal holiday
The Transport Meade will sail this
evening at five o'clock fonr Manila. It
had been hoped by those on board that
the ve.sel would stay here over Wash
ington's birthday, but no orders wen
recched to that effecL
A special Invitation has been extend
ed to Oregon's popular young ladles
who arrived by the S, S. Sonoma to
day, to bo present at tho Colonial
dance given by the Olive Ilrnnch lie
bckah Lodge, at Odd Fellows hall this
All residents on Ilcretnnln street be
tween Alapal and I'likol Interested In
the formation of an Improvement Club
for that section nrc requested to meet
at the residence of Chns. Ilustace.
Ilcretnnln nnd Knplolnnl on Friday
evening next nt y 30.
Tinln No. 4, O. it. & I Co.. from
Kahuku to tho city, was delayed 25
minutes this morning Just beyond Kn
walhnpal by n couple of horses which
had become caught in a trestle. The
train crow experienced much dimculty
In getting tho nnlmnls' legs out from
between tho cross-pieces. Tho horseH
were tumbled Into the si renin. No. 4
mnuo up time and arrived In Honolulu
It Is highly fitting nnd proper thnt,
In celebrating Washington' birthday,
our visiting tourists and the public
generally should hnvo Iho best thero
Is to 'be had ns accessories to such a
cciebrntlon. To thnt end tho manage
ment 'Of the Alexander Young Hotel
has given notice of n special dinner
nnd of throwing open tho spacious
dance pavilions (the only scientifical
ly constructed dnnco floors In tho city)
to all comers who honor Iho day. The
roof garden of one-third of nn aero will
be brilliantly lighted for tho occasion.
The warm weather Is coming on
apace and It Is very desirable to know
how to keep cool.
taken regularly, reduces the tempera
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The Territorial Grand Jury met this
forenoon after having been at leisure
since Monday, but It remained In ses
sion only a short while, whereupon It
08 excused until Wednesday of next
week. Tho week's continuance tends
to show that the Oram! Jury has final
ly concluded Uo let up on Its fight
against tho chu fa bankers, as tho
week adjournments art) a matter of
general routlno whenever there Is
nothing special for a Grand Jury to
Another Indication which practical
ly proves eonclusUely that tho tlrau.l
Jury had decided to let the matter rest
Is that n largo number of die fa wit
nesscs. principally Hawallans
havo been attending tho Ornnd Jury
sessions for some tlmo past, wero to
day excused slna die. Tho precaution
was, ho-A fiver, taken to record tho
names nnd addresses of all theso witnesses.
It Is probable that tho Grand Jury
when it found thnt It had Anally ef
fectually close, I down the rhe fa banks,
doclded thnt It had practically done
white It Intended to do. It had suc
ceeded In closing tlio banks, which no
on'o had done before, nnd It was now
up to the I'ollce Department to keep
them closed. It seems probable thnt
County Sheriff llrown was informed to
that effect when ho wns called by tho
Inquisition, and at tho samo time tho
Jury's action In keeping hot on lis
witnesses shows that It la ready to re
sume Its campaign should the bunkd
REAL ESTATE TRAN8ACTION8.
Tenders for 1500,000 of tho S per
cent 10-20 gold bonds1 of the Walalua
Agricultural Co, to bo Issued March
31, wero opened at noon today In tho
otneo of tho company, Stangonwnld
Thero wero two tenders, one from
the S, C. Allen cstatu trustees, for
JM.OOO and ono from Castlo & Cooke,
agents for tho company, for tho full
The Allen estate will set its $50,009
of bonds and Castlo & Cooke wilt taka
Iloth bids were nt 98,
ON I DE BOLT
After hearing ronsldcrnblo oratory
from Joseph l.lghtfoot nnd County
Attorney Douthltt. Judge no Holt this
morning granted tho motion for n new
trial in'.tho Vokiiynmn liquor selling
ixiui i-At tlin fl.itnn tlin i-niirt lt,t ln,iitil
, " that oil the eloquence had been wasted,
litt fit' had nlreadv made tin Its mind
on tne question mat night.
The motion for a new trial was
originally made by l.lghtfoot nnd
grunted, as Douthltt nrrlved In court
a few minutes late Douthltt protest
cd, saying thnt he should havo a
elm nee to bo heard which was grant'
ed. This morning's proceeding was
the third hearing bf the matter.
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YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, 91.53
per cu. yd.: No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu, yd,; No. 4, $1.8tT
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
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practlcslfy the price of whits sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
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HAWAII'S CHAMPION YACHT.
(Continued from Page 1.)
start will he May 1U. Its n go all
Fred Smith, of tho Promotion Com
mittee and tho O, It, & L, Co., nnd
Robin Shtnglo are the rommltteo out
among tho merchants tn raise tho
$251)0 for nil expenses of La I'aloma
and tho entertainment of tho main
land yachtsmen, and tho money will
b foithcomlng, for Hawaii rnuld not
itaitslblv hftia better advertisement
Entered for Record Feb. 20, 1906, On March 10 tho Ilawnll Yneht Club
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p, m. I elves n rhnwder: thorn will h a full
B N Knhalepuna & w( to John K ,non and tho loth fnlls on Saturday.
Aplo Ii()n tho day following thero will bo a
Achlona & wf tn Harriet h. W Wight. D . trulso around I'entl hnrbor. On Anrll
The Weekly Edition of the nvcnlng
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I he Alexander Young Building. Hour!.
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inder Young Hotel, Telephone Calls
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Weekly Bulletin 81 per yer
I'nlnln I.nnd & Imp Co Ltd to Geo
Est of H P lllshop by Trs to John
7 La Palomn sails for tho Coast On
May 30 general races will bo held. No
definite arrnngcmcntH nro made after
A Mathewman H Hint dato as tho Hnwnll Yncht Club
Mnry A K Kolomoku to IJathsheba wants to leavo dntcH open (or tho en-
M- Allen U , icrtalnmcnt of tho yacht from tlio
Entered for Record Feb. 21, 1906, 'Coast.
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. j.est folks forget, tho entries In tho
Itoso Cummlngs to fin Chung L bg ocean ruco nro as follows: Schoon-
Philip M, Lano-dale Tr to Honolulu (. j.urllne, Commodore H. II. Sinclair,
ImstCo, Ltd Hel owner, 8outh Coast Yacht Club; Nlxlo,
V A Kinney to Keoua llcl , iulton O. Ilerry owner, Corinthian
Yacht Club, S, F,; Anemone, Chas, L.
Tutt of Colorado Springs, a New York
Yacht Club boat; I-a I'aloma, Clar
ence W. Macfarlanc, Hawaii Yacht
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DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le- piub
aal notice., calls for tenders, ludn- i
ments, building permits and real es-l At Gcclonc, Now South Wales, a
tato transactions. Evening Bulletin, man has been committed to an tnsaav
7f per month. Weekly Bulletin, asylum who think ho Is a runaway
SI per yr. I automobile. When ho was arrested ue
"For Site" cards at Bulletin
was black and bluo from colliding with
'trees, fence and other obstacles,
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