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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, FED. 26, 1906.
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots
Made of Viscol Calf
TWO SOLES .
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
JOHN I'lCANCO ATTACKED
BY DISGRUNTLED PORTO RICAN
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 26. 1906.
It means all-year-round rcllcl 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 ?
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
RAISED HIS HAND AND WARDED
OFF PICKAXE HE THEREBY
SAVED HI3 LIFE ANGRY
(Special to Tin tluUchn)
Wnlluku, Maul, Fob. 23. Lull Ito-
sarlo, a vicious looking black Porto
Rlcan, mado a murderous attempt to
kill John IMcnnco at lao valley this
morning. John with his brother Man
uel arc the contractors on tlio new
lao valley road. Sometime ago they
made an assignment of their contract
to their bondsmen, Messrs. Lewers &
Cooko of Honolulu, and J. A. Ahcong
was sent up to superintend the con
struction of both tho lao and Kallun
Huelo roads. The I'lcanco brothers
however work on tho road as lunas.
This morning, Lulz, who was work
ing with Manuel I'lcanco, asked to be
sent to the lower gang of men under
John, as he preferred to work on dry
land and not In tho water. His re
quest was granted and ho went down
to John's gang and commenced to
work there. After working thcro for
about fifteen minutes, Lulz nicked a
quarrel with John and the result was
the big Porto Itlcan struck John on the
left breast near the heart with his pick
axe. Inflicting a serious wound, nnJ
one that may prove fatal. Tho wound
however Is not a very deep and nono
of tho ribs arc injured. The only thing
thnt saved a mortal wound was that
the pick axe struck his left hand first
ns he Instinctively raised It above his
head to ward oft tho murderous blow
After striking John, tho big black
Porto Rlcan ran down towards Wnl
Inku trying to escape. Ho met the
gang of natives working on the lower
section but his flight was not Inter
ccptcd ns tho natives were not In
formed of tho tragedy. A few mlnute3
later both Ahcong nnd Manuel PI can
co came rushing down tho new road
on horseback In pursuit. On hearing
of what had happened six stalwart na
tlves dropped their pick axes nnd fol
lowed on tho track of the fleeing Porto
Itlcan who was overtaken and caught
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtwtr Si Co .
Ew Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian Ar Itelrcr j C
Hw Com fc Sutt Co.
HonokaaSuraf Co .
Hilku Sat" lo
ir.hiiiri. Plantation Co-
Klhal Plantation Co Ltd
Klpalniltl SUfar lo
noioa 3ucr io
McDrroa (' Co
Cahv Surir Co -
Ononaa Sugar Co....
Ookala Sajar Plant Co
OlAw.la Co ..-.
Paauhau Sutac PlajilCo
pactnc augar m
Pala Plantation Co ....
tlln-u.. Milt (!
WalttHu Sf ar Co ....
Walluku Sugar Co Set
waimanato sugar uo.
Walaiua Mill Go ....
taUr-lilatra Stoan N Co
Hawaiian eihuk ww
Hm RTkLCa Coat
Mutual TalFhont Co -J
uanu K l w.m ..
Hlto Rarlroaa' Co
Hon. 11. rt M. Go
Haw Tar aX PC. .
Haw Ttrr'l H p. c.
Haw Got C
Haw Com a: Sa( Co pc
flaw sugar 1.0 op c ..
Hon R T (k L Co p c
Kahaku Plant Co 6 D c.
Oanu R & L Co i r c
Oahu Sugar Co 6 PC -
uiaa sugar .o o p c.
Pala Plant Co
Pionatr Mill Co 6 e c
Walalua Ar Co o p c-
8 II t-t
1 11 I
Sales Hctwccn Hoards: 2S Mc
Ilrydc, fS.CO; ZO Oahu Sag. Co., (90.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.36 cents,
or $67.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3,36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 l-4d
Thielen & Williamson
8T0CK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Dond Ex.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
RAPID BATH HEATERS
Fumtih plenty of hot witer In
itintlr any time d:y or light fir
toilet and bath.
Cxi be iitulled tn nyi bath
room or anywhere elte without
teiring evirj thing vp Ortnte J
by snyone. 'f;ry economical.
Fir Salt tj
E. R. DATH, AGENT.
PLUMBER, 165 KING ST.
PHONE MAIN 61.
All 8lzes, Colors end Patterns. Also
Grass Matting. Gig Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Watch and Jewelry Club
I.OO and I. SO a week
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T
5K -For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
M. W, McCHESNEY & SONS
You buy or Mil stocks or bonds, ...31
You want to secure the btst prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H. v
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
THE METROSTYLE PIANOLA
The most difficult musical composi
tions are easily mastered by the owner
of a Metrostyle Pianola. They are
Just as easy to that wonderful instru
ment as the simplest folk song.
BERG3TR0M .MUSIC CO.. LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
on the road nbovo the Mormon church,
Puako, Walluku. Lull asked to go to
tho house of a Porto Itlcan who under
stood English which was' granted.
About nine o'clock this morning, tho
six natives with their prisoner and his
friend marched into Walluku and Lull
was put Into Jail charged with an at
tempt to kill with a deadly weapon.
After lealng lao road Mr. Ahcong
galloped tn Walluku to Inform Dr.
Wcddlck of the nffnlr. Dr. Wcddlck
was hurried up tho lao in a hack with)
Manuel Plcnnco while Mr. Ahcong rodsi
over to the Jail to Inform Sheriff Sat
fery. Lulz worked nt tho Knlluolluelo
road sometime ago under John Kmm
sley who took n sub-contract under
tho I'lcanco brothers. I.uU claims Mr
Bmmsley owed him $21.00 for 21 days
labor niul since Mr. Kmmslcy had fnll-
cd to pay him ho looked to the Plcnnco
brothers for pay. i.ulz nas uucu
Oar $65 White
are marvels of hearty and du
rability. They stand S feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Son Agent for Islands. Box 184.
To the Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Having been apnolnterf to the position of District Superinten
dent, for the Territory of Hawaii, by the Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York, we have opened offices In Honolulu, and
'will take formal charge of the Company's business March first,
after which date all payments of Premium by policy holders, the
payment of Death Claims and Matured Endowments are to be
made at the Company's offbe at 932 and 938 Fort street.
The modern contracts Issued by the Mutual Life, offer larger
guarantees than do those of other companies.
THE COMPANY FINANCIALLY UNASSAILABLE.
Remember that, with all the reckless talk In the newspapers
about syndicates and salaries and subsidiary companies, the secur.
Ities of the Mutual Life have not been criticised nor their perfect
safety questioned. The Investments of the Company were an open
book In the hands of the Investigating Committee: every loan,
every bond, every security of any description was before them
four hundred and fifty millions and more; and not a single Item
' was discredited, and not a single Investment of any sort was
classed as doubtful. .
As ever, the Mutual Life Is still the strongest financial Insti
tution In the world, with a reserve $36,000,000 larger than that of
any other existing company, and with a contingent guarantee
fund, or accumulated profits, of $76,000,000 In excess of its legal
liabilities. , ......... . i i,.
It Is still true, as It has always been, that the Mutual Life
has paid more TO policyholders, and holds more today FOR pol
icyholders than any other company In the world. Nearly seven
hundred millions to date has the Company disbursed to Its mem
bers and their beneficiaries, making, with what It still holds for
them, nearly one hundred millions more than It has received from
( You are cordially Invited to examine our contracts and satlsfv
' yourself that we Guarantee more In Insurance protection to your
family and estate and to return more In cash as an Investment for
' your old age than do other companies.
. . ..YourrUvr business,
V '..'.', 'i--'. W. AjWANN,
Office with Trent 4 Co., 932 and 938 Fort 8t, Honolulu, T. H.
, Special Sale
SI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ &, SON,
Nos. 44-50 King 8t, '.-.-iy BIO'W, bet
nc .uo, m "-Nuu,nu ,nd 8mth Ste.; Tel. aln 189.
tn lot tltft iiinttir!
rest for a while. This morning how-j -,,,,., , ni r oimto
ever Lull camo to the conclusion that FASH ONABLL bUI I O
ho could not wait any longer, amr
true tu tho traits of his race, iook iiu, made to onotii i-uh mihimuh
law Into his hand. John I U present; PRICE AT
nt his homo near tlm old Wulluku tie-
pot Tho doctors ciiiinot tell at present ,j . f. KUUrlHUWOt
bothering Mr. Ahcong ubout this mo
ney and was torn
whether his Injuries prove fatal,
illU'i iRBI IBi
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8T3.
(Speclil! to The llullctin)
Walluku. Maul, Fob. 23. I.nst Rat-
unlay aftctnioon tho passenger train
of K. It. II. Co, camo up for first tlnio
ns fnr us tho now extension of Walluku i
depot on Main street. Wnlltiku. Sup-1
erlntendcnt 11. W. Filler of tho K. II.
It, Co, and representative ot mo
U ullctln nnd several others were on
hand to witness tho first passcngcr
trnln that over entered tho heart of
Wnlluku town, nnd ono which augurs
material progress to tho over increas
ing town of Wnlluku. Tho frolght of
fice Is almost completed now The
erection of tha pnssciiR,er and. ticket,
offlccB will bo commenced next week,
nnd when this Is completed tho cost,
or traveling between Pala and Wnl
luku Wn Knhuliil will bo reduced.
Walluku as well ns the Kahului Hull
rond Company will rent) the mutual
benefit of this no woxtenslon.
STEIN WAY and others
THAYER PIANf) COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
A large consignment of well-seasoned
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 8TREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
M TRUST (KM
o FOR o
OF THE VERY BE8T QUALITY,
BUY OF THE-'
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALINQT
FRESH THREE fDAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
Thn hearlne of tho demurrers In tho t by tho
milt of the United States against the T ri'CTVTTVT A 13 ATcT7D
trust has been set lor noxt tsai-i y XIXNxiXjl Uixir I ii
unlay. There are over forty of these
demurrers, Assistant District Attor.
ncy J. J. Dunno will appear lor mo
United States. Tho case of the lumber
truBt will probably take) somewhat
longer to get started.
Fins Job Printing at tht
1IANAIKK In Llhue, Kauai, on Sun'
day, Keb. 18, 1906, the Infant (laugh
tit of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ilanalkc.
E. W Jordan & Co, Ltd,
1137 Fort Street
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Whlto steam nutos. Stockyds stable.
The Now Knglaml Ilakery is adver
tising for a lady clerk.
A canvas Moor doth C0x.10 is offered
for sale. Seo nil, this Issuo.
I .lit ted 8 Taro Hour for sale by Hen .
ry May & Co. nnd C. J. Day & Co. '
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop-1
ular. $1, ;i.C0 and $2 per week. 1213
Fort strccL '
Judec KrnolUal's friends nro said
to bo urging him to run for Delegate
to Congress. .
When you want Jnpaneso laoorerj
or yard boys call at Hotel ChlUisbl or ,
telephona Main IJ1 I
C. II. Reynolds has n two story
house at 1030 fJrccn for rent; Cither
furnished or unfurnished.
Island chickens nrrlvo every Satur
day from Raymond Ranch, Maul. Tel
ephone 4CI early if you want them.
Don't forget thd great clearance sale
at Whitney & Marshs, begins on
Thursday morning next Mnrch 1st
Glgurlo Rodrlqil and Jas. Stlcklei
were arrested this morning for break'
lug windows by throning stones lit
In today's paper Is an advertisement
asking for. tenders for tho building or
n concrete bridge on King near Kn-hnulkl.
Judge Do Dolt has taken tho Chun
Hoon habeas corpus case under ad
visement. Drlcfs aro to bo filed by
A meeting of McCullcy improvement
Club will bo held this evening, T 30
sharp, nt residence of C. It. Frnzlcr on
Ucrctanla strccL ,
Try a box of Old Government Plan
utlon cigars. The finest smoke In the
world. Lewis & Co., sole agents, 169
King street. Tel. 210,
Look out for tho announcements of
Dlom's great sale of now shirt wnlsts
and shirt waist patterns which com
mences on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, February 28. nt 10
a. m. Jim. F. Morgan will sell nt tin
residence of the Into W. F. llurgcsi.
boudchold furniture, etc.
H. II. Knmcckaim has filed nn ac
tion In I'Jccttncnt agnlnst J. O. Carter
for tho possession or n pieco or lami
at Kawalhao aud $5000 damages.
Tho sun can t look nn "Arabic coat
ed Iron root in, tho face. Tho cooling
properties of tho compound aro mar
velous. California Feed Co., agents.
A small package was found at
Thomas Saiiaro last Thursday. Own
er may havo somo from this otrico by
proving properly nnd paying for ad.
The annual meeting of Alexander &
Diitdwln was held tn tho Stangcnwald
building this morning. All tho old
officers nnd directors were re-elected.
Tho malicious Injury caso of P. B. IL
Strauch ct ui. w-as today nolle prosned.
The defendant tore tho roof off a
bouso nt Wnlnlua In order to get rid
of the tennnt.
Tlssut's "Life of Christ" mny he ob
tained In three volumes nt tho book
tore of Wm. C. Lyon Co., Ltd., torner
Hotel and Fort street, on payments of
onlv 13 a month.
It Is stated Hint at Itic meetings
this afternoon of the Nahiku Sugar I
Co. nnd the Koolnu Rnllway Co., old
officers will be re-elected. No other
business Is scheduled,
Judso Lindsay this forenoon granted
the motion by plaintiff to rolnstnto tho
enso of F. J. Testa vs. Kahahawal et
a), on tho calendar. Tho case was
continued until tho April term.
Tho caso or Peter Nelson, ciiargci
wllh drunkenness. In which an appeal
was taken from tho District Court,
camo to a speedy termination todny by
the appellant's forfeiting his $10 bond.
The Alcxnnder Yming Hotel will give
a grand public ball tonight on tho roof
garden In honor of tho "Oregon Olrls. '
E, Knal's quintette will illspenso spe
cial Hawaiian music for tho occni
Ion. Tugawa Kotaro and Nlshlmurn Oci.
taro have entered Into n copartnership
for the purpose of i (inducting n hotel
and restaurant nt oinn ii nines, uiiuci
the firm mime of Tug.iwn nnd Nlshl
F Kcuch was flnod i this mnmlnK
for having hnd domestic dlftlcutty with
his molhcr-ln-law. nnd it not necn
proted thnt shu was largely at fault
the lino would prouauiy nave uccn
Holly Chick Ford Is n complete food
for young chicks. It In n mlxturo of
eleven different grains nnd seeds, so
nrocortloncd thnt they meet tho needs
of tho growing chicks and fully nour
ish them, cnllfornin i'ocii uo.. ngenis,
Thieves IiioKp Into the hnmc of Mrs,
Katie Aiirrhnch, on Ilcrctnnla slroct.
nt 11 o'clock Inst night, and tnklng a
trunk from tho house, broke, It open
on the Hnlstrnd promises nnd obtnlned
120. They left tlio trunk wncro nicy
hroko Into It. No nrresj hnvo yet
been made ns n result of tho crime.
At thn nnnunl meet lie Of the ho
hnla Sugar Co., held In tho ofllcos of
Castle & Cooke, this morning, the fol
lowing officers were elected i;. n.
Teiinoy. president; C. II. Cnnko. vlco
president; W. A. llowen, treasurer; .
II, Athcrton, scrrelnry; M. P. Robin
son, auditor. Tho annual report U
not yet ready, stntenicnts hnvlng Just
gone to tho printer.
There Is moro fun nnd genuino en
joyment to bo obtained fmm n Kodnli
thnn can lie giieiscu tiy a person wuu
hns nover owned ono of these fascinat
ing Utile cameras. We curry n very
comptcto lino of kodaks and kodak sup
plies ns prices that rulo hutdlttle high
er thnn those prevailing on tho coast
Our store Is the headquarters for tour
ists who go In for photography nnd w
are prepared to do tint class prlrttlng
and developing without unnecessary
delay nnd nt tho most renbonnult
prices. Honolulu Phnto-rfupply Co.
A fnrewcll meeting wns held In tho
Salvation Army barracks last night
for Knslgn Uesslo Haynes, who hns
been In chnrgo of tho local corps for
tho pnst two years, Resides the offi
cers and members of the army, ad
Orestes were delivered by Rev J. W.
Wadman, A. F. Cooko, C. J. Day and
John Mnrtln, who testified to tho good
work the ensign had dono In Hono
lulu and expressed their regret nt her
.ii.iinriiirn. shp will not leave Hono
lulu Immediately, having been grant
ed an Indefinite furlough, which will
tin spent here. Her nlaco will bo filled I
by Captain Ilesslo Shlpp. who has ro-f
sently arrived from mo uoasi.
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.
All kinds here Rings and
Pins and Stutls and Ear
rings, wtid llroochcs and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER N
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Macy-Werneeke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desired. The are fitted with
every rnodern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found tn other desks. The
prices are moderate for such
H, Held & Go,,
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING 8T. TELEPHONE 24a
When vou need 8oclety or High
class Stationery, look over our stock,
which Is contributed to by the most
(amoua makers. We carry all the lat
est novelties and make a specialty of
tablets of various slies. We keep In
stack tha newest thlnrj In tablets, a
pad of extra size, the beauty of which
consists In tho fact that the paper
only requires to be folded once eacn
way to fit Into an ordinary oblong envelope.
Hawaiian News Co,,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Owing to a change In tho price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No, 1, S1.BS
per eu. yd.; No. 2, (1.80 per cu. yd.;.
No. 3, a05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, M
per cu. yd.
Wa wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has been reduced fes
practically the price of whits sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crcte work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord Zf Belser
Tho Wookly Edition of tho Evening
llullctin gives a complete summary of
tha news of tho day. For SI year-
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24;
I he Alexander Young Building. Hour!
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, Th Alex
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
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