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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY. FED. 21. 1906.
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Vlscol Calf
1 7 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
I IS II I
ARRIVAL OF TR4NSF0RT
DUETO SHORTAQE OF COAL
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
H0N0L0LU, February 24. 1906.
NAME OP STOCK
SHE IS TAKING 470 HORSES AND
MULES TO THE PHILIP
PINES FOR ARMY
l.ornl army officials were surprised
to loarn this morning that the trans
fort Dlx waB off the harbor awaiting
entrance, for they had received no
word of her coming to this port.
Dlx was on her way from Seattle to pne Surar Miiu
Manila with a load of horses and mules ; K" Eso.Vr c
C Brewer St Co .m.
'Ew Plantation Cs ... I l.o.ooo
Hawaiian As'lcultut I Co l.eooooo
MmCnrk Sural Co I r.Jia.JJO
rlawallanSuiar Co . "
Honomu Sugar Co . tjo.ooo
Hnnnbl. Suva CO .. .000 Ooi
Haiku Sfar Co.-J So"."
Kanuku fiantallon Co 100.000
Kltwl Plantation Co Ltd r,joo,ooo
Klpanulu Smat Co . teo.000
Koloa Sural Co 100,000
McHryaa urar Co -. J.S.ooa
Chu Surar Co 1 l.ooo ooo
Otiom.a Sural Co.. , i.O"o.ooo
Ookala. Surar Plant Co t 300,000
Olaa Sural Co til . I J-ooo,ooe
rpl.n riMiln fei i lto.000
- " n . ..,., f..! . AMinnB
raaiinau vk" wivv . -
tar CO ..... TJO,
Pannetr Mm 1.0 - t t.tjo.0001
Wulua Airntultural Co 4.5001
Witntto S-ozaf Co ... '
WalluKuSuiar Co Sol
U'almanaki Sugar Go. I )'
Waunao Mill Go ....... -
Intor-lalairi StaamN Col
1 Hawaiian fclrettlc Co
1 Hon R T ft L Co Com
I Mutual Telrrhon Co
ianii K at l 10.,
Hiio Kanreaa co
when It became evident that the supply
of coal might not last through the voj
lige. Thus It was deemed necessary to
come to Honolulu to fill up her bun
kers, That was why the transport ot
rived here so unexpectedly. She left
Seattle Feb. 11, and had n rough trip,
vlth exception of the last few days.
On board the transport nro 470
horses and mules, which nro cared for Hon. b.m.go,
by a detachment or 33 men irom mo iiawTorTpc tFiraCi
Eighth and Thirteenth batteries 01 ar
tillery, and about as many civilian.
In addition to the livestock, the trans
port Is carrying nothing but n sup
ply of hay and oats.
Tho horses nearly all
10 me artillery, nnu using iruiin.u "" , oaiiiiRit LGatse -mnls
are not hard to handle. Thcy,OanuSuiafCoc
wero tnken from their stalls this morn'
Ing and will bo kept nt tho post cor-
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. - - - - -
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
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UflUUg MOOK I S L 1.0 OPC.
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I'lCHHf f Mill Co 6 p C
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iui uinti it, in uvLtooai iwi uaiii w r iMCIUyat
hock on the transport. Tiicir suiua
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nro kept clean and neat, and every care
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Coyne Furniture Go.
Sales Ilctween Hoards: 300 Ewa
.1 1.0. 9 Vwn loo 07 1.0 0,1 nnhn
Is taken to preient tho Injury to nny COi ,88. G 0nhl Sllg COi SS;
of the nnlmnls by striking against tho 2 0ahl, 8B. Co., S8, 2D Kllirl. J8.50;
wood work while the vessel Is rolling 5 Klhel, $8.50; 200 Klhel, 8,o); 135 Kl
For that icason no mangers nre pro- hel, $8.50.
vldcil for them, but they arc compelled
ca t off tho floor of tho boat. Latest sugar quotation, 3.36 cents.
The master of tho transport if or J67.Z0 per ton,
George Ankers, whllo tho mllltnry offi
cer In charge of the vessel Is Captain
Arthur Cranston, serving also a qaur
tcrroaslcr. Dr. V. A. Sproulo is an
army veterinary surgeon accompanying
tho horses to look nftcr their welfare.
The Dlx Is expected to sail next Tues
day afternoon for Manila. She is tak
ing on between 100 and COO tons of coal
nlnnl; books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by tho Dullotm Pud.
SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 3-4d
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Sugar awaiting shipment on Unwall ii iixa CTANIHNfl FFR 22
s as follows: Olaa. 32.800, Wnlakoa.AUlU aMAMJillU TED. Lb
11,000, Hawaii Mill 3.200, Wnlnnkil
T.000, I'cpeekeo 9,000. Htnoniu 9.400,
llakalau 7.000. Ijuipahoehoo 2.800. Oo
kala 3,000. Kukalau 4.C00, Hamakua
12,000, IMauhau 4.180. Honokaa 3,500,
iCtikulhaele 1.S20. Ilonimpo 3.295,
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St. Louts College Alumni Assn. 24906
Diamond Headth Athletic Club. 20376
Admiral Geo. C. Beckley 10381
D. K. Watson 7194
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson 6617
Aala Club 5M8
Judge A. N. Kepolkai 4S67
Leo Lorrlllard Cummins 4034
Thos. C. White, Kealakekua ... 3500
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J. Rodrlgues 215
J. D. McVeigh 126
Court Camoes, A. O. F 99
August Martin 87
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Miss May Gonsalves 13
Chang D. Yen 11
Jerry Burnlngham 1
Geo. Cachlcopulos 1
Cant, drenorv 7
Gertrude McCann, 6; J. P. Scully,
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Mrs. J. E. Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1j
Kenkl Isenbera. 1: H. 8. Ward, 1;
Miss Kalal Walau, 1; Louis Freltas, 1J
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
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cow belonging to her, ahoutd have had
LOCAL iND GENERAL j
White steam nulos. Stockyds stable.
A chief engineer Is wanted. Seo
Wanted on page 8, today's Issue i
K German girl In wnnlcd to do light ,
housework. Seo ad In this Issue. j
The stockbooks of the I'loncer Mill
Co. will be cloied to transfers from
February 20 to March 1.
A list of the olllccrs elected to servo
ror the ensuing year In Wilder & Co.
Is published In this Issue. t
The Wntcrhoitse Trust Co. hnvc some
rery desirable furnished homes for
cnt. See their nil. page 4.
tt Is expected that the utcamer (
Ilelcno will bo hero tomorrow with a
load of cattle from Onknla. I
Island chickens arrive every Sattir-1
day from Itaymond ltanch, Mnul. Tel- j
ophone 464 early If you wnnt them. .
Thursday nt 10 o'clock tho steamer
Enterprise finished loading sugar at
HIIj, and departed fur San Francisco.
Great bargains In all lines of dry
goods at Whitney & Marsh's clear
ance sale, beginning next Thursday,
The ship Kenllworlh will linVe-cnm-1
nleted loading sugar nt Illlo and will
bo ready to sail for New York by next
Acting Treasurer llapal states that
ho expects that Treasurer Campbell
will return from tho mainland, where
ho went to sell tbo 750,000 bond Issue,
by the Alameda on March 2,
The remainder of tho $1,500,000 Is
sue at Wulalua 5 per cent refunding
bonds, nftcr holders of the old issue
of R tir cent had taken 11.000,000, has
been placed by tho nwnrtl of 150,000
to the S. C. Allen estate nnd S 150,000
to Casllo & Cooke, Ltd.
Th following were yesterday after
noon elected at tbo oftlco of W. (I. Ira
win & Co., officers of both tho Illlo
nnd Olownlu Sugar companies: W. O.
Irwin, prcflilcnli W. M. Hlffanl. Uce
president. II. M. Whitney, treasurer.
li. Ivers. sciTctnry; W. I". Wilson,
Petition has been filed for tho pro
bato ot tho will of tho late IlcrnliarJ
IlcrgerBen. The will names tho widow
as solo heir and also as executive
Tho estate consists of n house and lot
at Knidolant Park addition, valued at
13000. nnd personal properly, valued
at S 433.95.
In the matter of the estate of An
tone llosa, deceased. C. W. Ashford,
attorney for Helen Rosa, filed notice
that tie will object to tho appearance
of JnniPS Hoar for the conjunction or
iion-conjiinitlon of the commissioner
as mar Is n crcuuor oi mo ciuuv
antl not entitled to appear
Lumi Agent Williams of Hawaii ar
rived in tho Klnau today, nnd spent
part of tho forenoon In conference with
Land Commissioner l'rntt. Williams
has Just completed n tour through the
districts of Httu and Hamakua and
Mil report on many matters relating
o the settlement associations there.
Investigation Is being continued this
tfternoon by tho coroner's Jury of the
death of Leo Young Sii, who fell from
n street car on Washington s birthday
It was Impossible to examine nil tho
witnesses yesterday, so tho matter was
continued until today. Tho declslo.1
Mill probably be rendered lntc this
Tho County has started work In
much needed Improvements on the sec
lion of Miller street running between
Bcrctnnla and Vineyard strccL ' This
Urect has for somo tlmo past been
In a very bad condition nnd tho rest,
dents In the vicinity nro very pleased
lth the prospects of getting n good
Tho Volcano Stables hno received a
niivy dopaitmeiit warrant for the value
of n initio that belonged to tho stables
anil that an shot on December lust
by a man from tho V. 8. Cruiser CM
I'ligo. in tl.c harbor here nl Unit time
No demand had been mtido for the pay
ineiii. but the men on tho ship nuinl
fexted n creditable sensu ot honor hj
making up tho umount among them
suites. Mrs. A. P. Nlblack is cutci mining
30 ladles today nt n bridgo party in
tin) upper rooms of tho Xuvnl Station.
Mtructhe decorating wero mode this
morning, including tho ll.igs of a tarl
ety of nations. Tho guests nro the
wives of tho local niivnl officers, and
of some of tho nrmy ollhers, In addi
tion to a number of ladles of tho clt
A. K. Cooke- stntcs that tho only
plcc ot land to which ho lias any
right and for which ho wants prlvl
Itgcg In Palolo valley Is Kaea, In the
mldtllo of the upper valley, outside the
Palolo crater, lie says ho docs not
wnnt to monopolize tho water supply
As far as Is know, says Mr Cooke
nono of tho waters of Kaea pass out
tido of Its own borders except In flood
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Tho committee having In chargo pre
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building havo been busy getting In
formation rclatlvo to construction, The
questions of materials, Interior ar
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etc., are receiving close consideration
Tho committee is looking with con
siderable favor upon cement block for
material, and pressed steel for ceilings
and walls, W, A. McKay, chairman of
the committee, speaking of the build-1
Ing, said: "It Is the Intention to put
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The warm weather Is coming on
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