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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY. FED. 23, 1906,
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FOR WASHINai ON DAY
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 23. 1906.
It means all-year-round relief from unpleasant
kitchen duties building fires, carrying
wood or coal, unnecessary cleaning, etc.
A GAS WATER HEATER will sup
ply water in any quantity, j o
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
The Young Men's Instltuto engineer
Gil a flno Washington's birthday cele
bration at San Antonio ball Inst oven
Ing. -There was a splendid literary
program. The Bills quintet charmed
with an overture. "Our Own United
States" and Introductory remarks by JJcHrj-t Co
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the tircsldcnt followed.
Judge Higtiton then delivered an an
il r ess and Mrs. Alapal sang "Star
A recitation by Miss A. II. Franca
particularly pleased and a comic song
liv Tlinmn. V. .Mrvllithn rrnntnil nn lnil imm, mill
of nmuscmenL W. S. Hills sane "Am. waiiot--Kiiut.n-o
erica." Dancing followed the literary' wlnwwsJiw Co 'Hi
Judgfl Hlghton, In his address, made
the following remarks:
"It may be Justly said ihn, tempo
rarily at least and most likely perma
nently, there Is no longer a field labor
Issue In Hawaii. If, as' Mr. Jarcd G.
Smith, competent authority, Is re
ported to hate stated, there Is room nn
these Islands for a hundred thousand
Amcrlcnn farmers and If, as ofllclal ac
tion ludlcatcs, a liberal nnd Amerkau
policy In referenco to tho distribution
of unoccupied and avnllnble public land
has been adopted, It mny be further
safely assumed that, without Injury to
existing Interests, upon which tho
prosperity of Hawaii so largely d(v
pends, n substantial advanco has been
made toward that Americanization,
without which Hawaii would be n blot
and a dlsflgurccmnt ipon the fale of
the Union, and that another star, flash Sales Ilctwccn Hoards-
ing Immortal beauty and hope, may $3; no M. 8. N. Co., M20.
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soon be added to tho American consicl
latlon upon tho glorious banner that
waves not only for America, but for
the rising masses of tho world. Thus
freedom and law, as Washington left
them, after the throes of birth wcro
over, may become the expression of
manifest destiny and civilization may
)t irradiate the land ot Its birth with
all the gathered splendors of centu
ries." Officers ot Damlcn Council No. SC3
Y. M.' I.: Jason Andrnde, president;
E. V. Todd, 1st vice-president; Thoj
T, McTlgbc, 2nd -vice-president; S)l
vestcr Crook, recording and cornv
ponding secretary; W. P. Fennel,
treasurer; II, I'. 0 Sullivan, financial
secretary; T. Nolan, marshal; P. Ml
G Olna, (3; 100 Kwn, $23.37 1-2.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.38 cents,
or 367.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1-2(1
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Executive Committee J. A. Morgan,
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Committee of Arrangements Thos.
F, McTlghe, chairman; Clem K. Qulnn,
J. Andrade, F. W. Weed, John A
Hughes, P. Fltzglbbons.
Rccpetlon Committee I). F. McCor
tlston, Thos. A. Honan, Arthur i
Watson, Qerald Hughes.
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TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR 8IX M0NTH8 AT HOO.
Tho Washington's birthday celebra
tion wound up yesterday with dancing,
At the Royal Hawaiian Hotel an In
formal reception was held early In tho
evening by the parade officials. Judge
nnd winners of prizes. A promenado
concert by the Hawaiian band follow,
cd. Then the Ellis Quintet played,
stationed In a specially constructed
stand, while dancing proceeded on both
broad lanals. Tho grounds wcro bril
liantly lighted and numbers ot tho
decorated uutos which took part In tho
day's procession were to bo seen thore.
Princess Kuuanannkoa was present,
ns were alio tho Oregon girls.
At the Young Hotel alio festivities
wcro full of delight. There were many
dancers nnd sweet music. The roof
garden was crowded with promenailera.
'The box plan for tho concert to bo
given hy Mile, KroostchoR In I'unahuu
Hall next Tuesday evening was placed
on view at Wall, Nichols Co.'a storo
at noon today. There Is already a
strong demand for thesa tickets and the
welcome accorded tho distinguished
planlste promises to be of a very
hearty character. This Is at It should
be for an artist of Mile. Kroostchoff'u
calibre visits Honolulu nil too seldom
and the town has a reputation to main
tain for being a placo where good
music Is recognized and appreciated.
Reserved seats for the concert ara
ono dollar each and to prevent ll
appointment It will be as well to sccuro
thorn as early as possime.
Jofo Revara, tho second husband of
ono of the Porto Rlcan women who
wcroLcharfiod with bigamy, nnd who
was hlmsolt charged with adultery,
was arraigned- before Judge Dole to
day. Judso Kingsbury, who was as
signed by the Court to defend Rqvara,
sued mat tno piea uo reserved until
Monday, which was granted.
Klng.bury then asked that ho bo
given a list of the witnesses- In tho
ease. District Attorney Ilrcckona an
swered that he was not required by
stature to furnish such a list except
In murder cases. Ho refused to fur
nish it as a matter or law, su bo did
not wish to do so In every case. How
uver, In this case he. should gladly
give Kingsbury the list he desired.
Yale University Is to havo a commer
cial museum. The new Institution
will be a working laboratory In con
section with courses now offered In
commercial geography by Professors
Keller aad Gregory.
White stcarr autos. Stockyds stable.
New rain coats at Whitney &
Ladles' golf Jackets at Whitney &
BE 8URE TO GET SATURDAY'S'
Quit wishing, for a good Job let a
Bulletin want ad, help you find one.
a piano in excellent conumon is ui-
fcred for sale. See ad. In this Issue.
Thn Itnarrl nf 1'rlnrnttnn wilt hnAO n
regular mealing at 3:30 o'clock tins I
Early noxt week tho schooner Hob
rrt Lowers will sail for San Francisco
with a cargo of sugar.
We sell Kahlklnut beet and. have an
Adequate supply. Wo are, here to stay.
Raymond Rancn Market, Tel 46L
Alt the ladles ot Kamchamehn will
receive Saturday, tomorrow, from 3 to
6. nt tho Kamchamcha School for
Sam Johnson returned yesterday
morning on the Iwnlnnl from Anahola,
where he went as Interpreter for the
Major E. II. F. Wottcrs yesterday
celebrated tho fltty-sccond anniversary
of his birth, entertaining a large num
ber of mends.
The dredger Reclamation, which
has been at work on a bar In tho har
bor, was taken In yesterday to have
some slight repairs made.
llalclwa Hotel is making special ar
rangements to receive and entertain
the Oregon girls tomorrow nnd Sunday.
Time will bo music and dancing
Thomas Thrum and wife and Dr.
Taylor and wife, who have been so
journing nt llalelwa Hotel, Walalua,
return to the city this afternoon,
Superintendent of Public Works
Hollow ay states that the plans and
specifications for tho Hllo High school
building havo been almost completed.
The steamer Lehua, onco tlio prop
erty .of thu Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company, Is taking on coal pre
paratory to departing for Sail Fran
rlsco. Holders of bonds nf tho Oahu Sugar
Co., Ltd., numbered front 1 to 7S0,
both Inclusive, are, requested to pro
sent same to II. Hackfcd & Co, for
All members nro requested to bo
present this ovenlng at thu election
nnd Installation of officers of Kamo
hamcha Lodgo of Perfection No. 1, A.
& A. S. IL
Miss Rose Herbert In yesterday's
flcstn won tho special prize for original
costume. Mrs. Edwards and Miss
Hoffman, respectively won first nnd
second prizes for lady riders.
Lists of sugar awaiting shipment on
Kauai aro as follows: K. S. M. 3.000,
V. K. 1,500, Diamond W. 150, O. & R.
l.0. M. & A. K. 17,698, McD. II. M.
3,802. M. S. C. 14,000, K. S. Co. 8.7C8.
Oc-noral Drooko, his wife and sister-In-law,
who arrived hero on board tho
transport Sherman on tha way to tho
Orient on a plcasuro trip, aro at pres
ent visiting Judgo and Mrs, S. II.
Seven Chinamen, who wcro arrested
Wcrinosday night for running a sup
csa) game, wcro found guilty In the
Potlco Court today and sentenced to
pay a flno of SI each, In addition to
costs of court.
Dcrnard Perry, arrested on com
plaint of bis mother on a charge ot
trying to Injure her with a dangorous
wcaron, was given his liberty today
as there was not sufficient cvldenco
It Is believed that the big freight
steamer Texan, which had a portion
sf her cargo burned, will bo ready to
sail with a portion of a load of sugar
Bunday evening for Hllo, whero her
cargo will bo completed.
A call wns paid on the Acting Gov
ernor this forenoon by Captain II. S.
Hathaway, U. S. A., Mrs. Hathaway
and Miss Weston, who met Atkinson
In Washington and now on their wny
to the Orient on board the transport
llalclwa Hotel, Walalua, yesterday
spread a special Washington's birth
day dinner. Bookings aro big at thin
popular resort for the week-end and
those contemplating going tlicro to
morrow havo reason to make nrrange
nU'nts nH early as possible.
At an execution sale held by High
Sheriff Henry last Wednesday after
noon V. E. Thompson, trustee, bought
a lot In Kalla, about ono fourth ot an
aero In extent, belonging to Geo. F,
Mcleod, for S100. Tho property wns
subject to a mortgage, of tlOOO.
Mbnuel Gomes and Henry Martin,
who wcro arrested for having made
an attack on an old negro, proved to
tho satisfaction of tho pollco court
today that they did not maKo tho nt
lack, but wero simply acting In solf
defense. Thus they wcro, nntp roa
(Julnquageslma Sunday has been
loeommended by the F.plscopal churcb
authorities as a proper occasion for the
collection ot funds to be devoted to the
aid of aged and Infirm clergymen and
tho widows and orphans ot the clergy
Consequently at tho service next Sun
day tho offertory of tha Episcopal
churches will bo tor this purpose It
Is hoped that the fact will bo gener
ally remembered and the rcsponso lib
eral. Tho von Hamm-Young garago had a
jsclul If not ornamental auto In tho
great parado yestorday, carrying a
crew of half a dozen expert machin
ists, roady to lend assistance to any
automobile In tho lino which happened
to require attention, Whllo thorn wero
no serious eccentricities Indulged In
hy machines, a few called for doctor
ing In minor mattors and the prompt
attention they received from tho renal--
experts In their special car no
doubt proventod troublo that might
havo been very unpleasant.
There Is more fun and genuine en
joyment to be obtained from a KodaH
than can bo guessed by a person who
bus never owned one of these fascinat
ing little cameras. We carry a very
complete line of kodaks and kodak sup
plies as prices that rule but little high-.
er than those prevailing on the coast
Our store Is the headquarters for tour-1
lata who go In for photography and w
nro prepared to do Drat class printing)
and developing without unnecessary
delay and at the most reasonable
prices. Honolulu Photo-dupply Co. .
The warm weather ' 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 seaiona of the year, but especially
In the summertime.
1 WrP5 s7s AH kinds here Ringsand II
IjwBJi SljR ,,ns a,u Studs and Ear- U
K-WgpsJ . I ring-, 2nd Brooches and
mf'W J i --la'ns. Everything tip-to
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Desks are undoubtedly the best
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golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desired. They are fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prices are moderate for such
high class goods.
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
When you need Society or High.
class Stationery, look over our stock,
which Is contributed to by the most
famous makers. We carry all the lat
eit novelties and make a specialty of
tablets of various sizes. We keep In
stock the newest thing In tablets, a
pad of extra size, the beauty of which
consists In the fact that the paper
only requires to be folded once each
way to fit Into an ordinary oblong envelope.
Hawaiian News Co.,
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Then Try Thlsl
We have the Sole Agency and have
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The Denman Ranch has the finest '
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Owing to a change In tha price af
certain sizes of crushed rock, prlcta In
future will be as follows: No. 1, I1JSJ
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1J0 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, tZOi per cu. yd.; No. 4, ll-M
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tha
fact that, No. 4 haa been reduced t
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
creta work, for which It Is far superior
to any other ssnd.
Lord & Belser
Tho Weokly Edition ot tbo Evening
Rulletln gives a complcto summary of
the nowa of tbo day. For gl a year.
dr; j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. HouraC
10-12; 24: 78. Residence, The Ale,
inder Yorfng Hotel. Telephone Calls
Mnkao flooh and Btronnth for Slok a no)
mi by making strona. rlon tod blood.
roolotlt. Sold brbruaak-SiTBotatt boa.
or 3 Doioa tor S2., orrnWV. d on rooolpt at
Brio. WtHo uo about Home Troatmoitt,
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