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EVfiNiNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11, TUE8DAY, FED. 27. 1906,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 27. 1906.
LOCAL 1ND GENERAL
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots
Made of Viscol Calf
J 7 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
tt was Lite yesterday afternoon be
fore the N'lppon Mnru arrived from
San Francisco, the delay being dtp
to three days of rough weather Immed
iate!) after leaving San Francisco,
The passenger list Is not large, but
the Ncssel Is loaded to her fullest ca
paclty with freight for the Orient, and
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtwer ft Co ..
fcwa plantation lo ,.,.
Hawaiian AerlculfM I Co
Haw Com & Smir Co.
it wos remarked by an ofneer of tho SoJiaJswMJco'.r"
boat that from tlio way freight Is go-' Monok.a Suta Co"L.
lng to China It did not look as though : Haimi sr Lo .
'.. i .. , i I .. ' K.huka f IMI M LO.
lino oaycou is uecuimiig sticcessiiii. kimi ninutlon Co LU
inu .nuru hub 4vvv tuns ui iruigiu ior Kiptbum &fit to
Shanghai alone. " "' r-
T tlM4J 1fK V vavarl
take on 200 tons of coal.
alto take from here a number of nas-
sbngers for the Orient.
On February 23 the Nippon Maru
m... .. ..',. . i, ...,. ..... IMcHtrd
lilt, -limn will iiiil mill limn niifiiii. -..-
4 o'clock this afternoon, as she must1 OnowaSuftr CoT..
It means all-year-round relici 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 k .
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
&5 ,-l ,
RAPID BATH HEATERS
Furniih plenty of hot water In
miulr any lime d:y or light fit
toiltt and oath
Ca i b i-r.allf d in any bath
room or anvnhcrt. else without
tearing t t: j thing vp Operated
by anyone. v.Ty economi-al.
F tr Salt It
E. R. BATH, AGENT.
PLUMBER, 16S KINQ ST. .
PHONE MAIN 61.
All Slies, Colors and Patterns. .Also
Grass Matting. Dig Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go,
imomea auf ar .o.... .
Klin will Ookala Sttftr Plant Co
Olio will. oi .. 1,4 .
Paautiaa Sucar Plant Co
Pala Plantation Co
nlght'd n three-masted schooner bound ptpkM Swar Co
northeast. That was In latltudo 22, SSV M.ln . r
3 .,.. Long.. 168.29 West. Her signal AKsR-t?!. .J
Was K. I'. S. II. Willuku Sun, Co St,
anft.in nawanan fcitCTric-o w
bpCCIO , Ho, r T LCo PH....
Hon R T L Co Coa
Molual Taiapnona l.o m.
Uanu HAL w
Hllo Hallroaa Co
Six of the Maru's passengers stonncd Sf!"Mlf. .?."." Co'
over In Honolulu to Await a later ves. MfsceKEOUS
pel for the Orient. One of theso Is It.' lMr-tfian4 Swam N Co
lanaka, of the Yokohama
Hank Two others who stonncd over
are XIr. and Mrs. W. A. Terry. Jtr.
1'erry Is a New York banker. Mrs. J.
II. Dallagh Is returning to Japan from lion. b. m. r.
a visit to the States. She has been ...-".2 m.. en
n missionary for thirty years, Dr. N. hEtwISVc. i
icmyima is a Japanese student who rn'i Hp ...
Is returning to Yokohama from au . "'fcHWaVcTeTc
Kuropean school. Of the fourteen nas-l HnniSufla7ci oe-
iiaw ton a aaf t-o pc
Hllo RR Co Con6 r c
uiaa sugar o ope.
Pata Plant Co
.. k.11. r. b m
t.. 1III.J T. "n "- F. -
.Mn. ,ii,vii in waiaiua AcnciopC'
scngem bound for Shanghai, ten be
long to a party of tourists headed by
V, D. ilnneyman, One of those go
ing to Shanghai Is II. lludenbendcr,
assistant Clcrman Consul to that city.
Lieutenants II. W. Vincent nnd W. S.
Wilted, of tho V. S. Navy, arc going
to Manila for ilnlv Mrs. Wilted la
going to Nagasaki, and will Join hcrJMcUryjo
husuanu later In Manila.
Turner Hobcrts of the Maru. Is the
onma nlillolnff nfllnlnl u'tin wnm nrriont.
ed with n silver backed toilet set by I LA'"l ,u" quotation 3.3975 cents
the passengers of his vessel when It or ' Pcr 'n
last reached San Francisco. An ac
count of the gift was later published
In the llulletln.
l-l l t-
Sales Session; 100 Kwa, 123.37 1-2.
J. F. Hackfcld has filed a petition
for the allowance of his flnnl nccounts
as guardian of the property of Hcln
rich Wllhelm Ehlers and asks to bo
discharged. He charges himself with
C3291.E2 and asks to bo allowed
(3435.47, leaving a balance of $143.93
due the guardian,
Twelve Chinamen were fined each
$4 nnd costs In tho Tollcc Court tblft
morning for gambling.
SUGAR, 3.3975 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2(1
Tiiielen & Williamson
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12,
You buy or aell stock er bond, 31
You want to secure the best 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 RUSH
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
There will bo a meeting of the Hoard '
of Health tomorrow afternoon at 3
The Supervisors meet tonight The
matter of money for the public schools
will bo brought up.
Islqnd chickens arrive every Satur
day from Itaymond Ranch, Maul. Tel
ephone 464 early If you want them. I
Abblo and Annie Knmalalaha were
committed to the dlrls' Industrial
School by tho Tollcc Court this morn
lllds arc asked for by tho Depart
mont of Tubllc Works for reconstruct-'
Ing tho Makapala schoolhouse at Ko
The annual meetings of tho Hawaii
an Sugar Co. and Ilalcakala aro to bo
held this afternoon In tho Stangcn-
'reparations arc being made on the
trnnfport Dlx today for departure for
the Thlllpplncs. The vessel will sail
sonio time tlili nftcrnoon.
The Henry Watcrhouso Trust Co.
has filed Its first nnnunl accounts as
guatdlan oX tho Opfergclt minors. It
chained Itself with $7219.75 nnd asks
to bo allowed $7290.47.
Your luck may Improve If you watch
for chances and openings In the Bul
letin want ad. columns make these
little ads. your favorite literature for
a while. No bad luck endures that
test for long.
word has neon received at tno Nav
al Station that Lieutenant A. S. Car
ler will arrive In Honolulu next Fri
day to tako tip tho work of Captain
Nlblack. who will tio transrerred to
tho cruiser Chicago In about a month.
The schooner Mary 13. Foster fin
tshed taking on 10,000 bags of sugar at
tho railroad wharf this morning, and
was moved to the Oceanic wharf to
finish loading, Sha will probably ho
ready to depart Friday for San Francisco.
The Mauna I.0.1 hud on board tho
following freight when sho arrived this
morning from Hawaii unit Maul porta:
COI'J bags A. Sugar from Diamond II.
Mill. 2I0U bags coffee, 32 bags benns,
2.18 bags t.iro, 13 bags ginger, 81 boxes
ornnges, HO brh. Imn.ums, 11 luf,t
awn, 19 bundles of hides, A kegs of
butter, 1 horse, 2 donkeys, 18 pigs, nnd
32 head of cattle.
The warm weather Is coming on
apace and It Is very desirable to know
how to keep cool.
taken regularly, reduees the tempera
ture of the body and renews the wast
ed tltjue. It Is an Ideal beverage for
all seasons of the year, but especially
In the summertime.
AH kinds here Rfng.s and
Fins and Studs and Ear
rings, utid Brooches nnd
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and l,SO a week
J.A. R. Vieira&Go.
113 HOTEL STREET nr.
M. W, McGHESNEY & SONS,
THE METROSTYLE PIANOLA
The most difficult musical compos!
tlons are easily mastered by the owner
of a Metrostyle Pianola. They are
lust as easy to that wonderful Initru
FORT ST.,ment as the simplest folk song.
the Bulletin office.
cards on tale at
BERC8TROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
.Mile. Kroostchcff's concert to bo giv
en In Tunahou Hall this evening, will
commence promptly at 8 o'clock. It
Is requested that the audience be In
their seats by that time.
Tho program Is ono of all round ex
cellence and kIvcs a comprehensive
taste of tho fair performer's qHty-1, oncrcte brldg-), King street, Kahaulkl,
ino selections nru un ui un-ui imi
melody and emotion and afford Mlla.
Kroostchert an opportunity 10 display
the (lawless finish with which sho has
crowned her art.
In arranging her program. Mile.
Kroostcheff has enlisted the assistance
of three local nmateiirs. Mrs. W. L.
Will be received at tho ofllce of the
County Clerk, County of Oaliu. until
12 noon of March Cth, 1906, for tho
erection nnd completion of a relnfoico-1
To the Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Having been apoolntett to the position of District Superinten
dent, for the Territory of Hav.aH, 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 offl:e 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 newepapers
about syndicates and salaries and subsidiary companies, the secur.
Itles 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 Commltteej every loan,
every bond, every security of any description was before them
fouf 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 Instl
tutlon 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 $75,000,000 In excess of Its legal
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. Near v seven
hundred millions to date has the Company dlsbursed,to It mem
ber 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 eetate and to return more In cash as an Investment for
your old age than do other companies.
Yours for business,
W. A. WANN,
Office with Trent A Co., 932 and 938 Fort 8t, Honolulu," T. H.
Whitney, Dr. C. Ramus nnd Mr. 11. L.
Marx, who will perform on the piano,
'cel'o and violin, respectively.
The program Is ns follows:
Trio dc Carl llolun
Tlano Mrs. W. L. Whitney
Cf llo Dr. C. Ramus
Violin Mr. II. L. Marx
fnl I'arnnhraso do Concert, "lllgo-
(In Nocturne. Valse ID lint) .Chopin
tc) Lea Olrlnndes (lodard 1
J-Trlo 11. Schumnn 1 Treasurer's
Tiono Mrs. w. 1.. wiutnoy
'Cello Dr. C. HnnniH
Violin Mr. II. L. Mnrx
(a) Romance Tchalkowsky
tb) Minuet, Op. 14 . . . . Tndnrowsky
(cj Impromptu Ilclngold
Id) Grand Rondo Weber
(e) Grand Vnlso do Concert. Strauss
Tlnns nnd specifications arc on file
nt the ofllco of tho County Clerk.
Tho Committee on Rouds, Ilridgcs
and Tarks reserve the right to rejtct
nny and all tenders received.
Cciiiflcd check for 10 per cent of tho
amount of tho bid, paynblo to the
County Clerk of tho County of Onhu
must aciompany all bids.
E. It. ADAMS,
Committee on Itouils, Ilridgcs nnd
Tarks. 3317-1 w
The following left today In the stmr,
Kinnu for tho Volcano: J. Irvln,;
Downing, conductor; Mrs. E. T. Wcath
i.rcd, Tortland, Oregon; Miss Mnllle
Troebstcl, I-n Grundo. Oregon; Miss
Katie Nash, La Grande. Oregon; Miss
Minnie S, Thllllps, TortlAnd. Oregon;
Miss Salllc Mndlgnn, Tortland, Oregon;
Miss Blanche Drown, Salem. Oregon;
Miss llerthn Courtcmanche, McMlnn-
vlllc, Oregon; Miss Edna Tarslcy.
Itosebure. Grecnn: Miss Edln Mae
King. Walla 'Walla, Washington; Miss
Florcnco Honvrcn. Vnncouver, Wash
! Ington; Miss Emllc Crossen. The Dul
les, Oregon; Miss I;. E. Cobb. Oakland,
California; George Hanklns, Lake
View, Oregon; Mrs, II. M. Taylor, Chi
cago, Illinois; Mr. O. II. Strong, Oil
City, Tcnnsylvunla; Mrs. O. II. Strong,
Oil City, Pennsylvania; MJss A, Mtr
rlam, Wcstborougb, Mn'ssnchusctts;
Mr Ilert Tctcrson. Honolulu; fir. W.
I). Turk, Santa Monica, California:
Mrs. W. D. Turk, Santa Monica, Cali
fornia; Mr. J. It. Long, San Francisco,
California; Mrs. J G. llullen, llrook-
Ings, South Dakota,
JACK CANNOT BORROW
(Continued from Page 1)
tho purpose of the petition could bo
accomplished. However, lie thought
It would hno tome good effect In that
It would have a tendency towards
itlrrlng up public sentiment In faor
( the teachers It was plain, however,
that Ilabbltt had considerable more
faith In getting relief from the Hoard
of Supervisors J 11 the line of assistance
uy plying tno salaries oi 1110 hciiinu
Innltors, which matter will bo brought
up before tho Hoard tonight, than he
hud In tho other scheme
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
RECONSTRUCTION OF MAKAPALA
CCHOOL-HOUSE, KOHALA, HA.
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the belt
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 modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
price are moderate for such
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 24a
Troposals will be received at the of
fice of tho Superintendent M Tubllc
Wotks. Honolulu, T. H until 12
o'clock M. of March 16th. 1906, for re
constructing tho Mnkapaln School-linn.i-
nt Kohaln. Hnwall. T. II
Tlans, specifications and blank
llorms of proposal may be obtained at
the ollice of tho Assistant superinten
dent of Tubllc Works,, and with Dr.
,H, 1) Hond, Kohnla, Hawaii, for which
,a deposit of $5.00 Is required, which
sum will bo refunded Intending bid
Idcrs after they liat returned tlio
nlans and specifications.
1 Troposals will not ho accepted tin-!
less submitted on tlio uiani tonus uir
nlshed, enclosed with a certified bank
'check for Fifty (150.00) DollarB In a
scaled envelopo, endorsed "Troposal
for the Reconstruction of Makapala
School-house at Kohala," and deliv
ered previous to 12 o'clock M. of tho
day specified at tho olTleo of the Sup
erintendent of Tubllc Works who; ro
serves tho right to reject any or all
I C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
SuDerlntendent of Tubllc Works.
Department of Tubllc Works, Hono-
Office, Honolulu, Oaliu.
In ro Dissolution of tho Hawaiian-
Chlncso Kona Coffco Plantation, Lim
Whereas, tho Hnwallan-Chlncso Ko
na Coffee Plantation. Limited, a cor
poration established and existing un
der and by vlrtuo of tho laws of tho
Territory of Hawaii, baa pursuant to
law In such cases made and provided,
duly filed In this offlco, a petition for
tho dissolution of tho said corporation,
together with a certificate thereto an1
noxed as required by law.
Now. thercforo. notice Is hereby glv.
en to any and all persons that have
been or aro now interested in any man
ner whatsoever In tho said corporation,
that objections to tho granting of tlio
said petition must bo filed In this offlco
on or before 12 o'clock noon on tho
30th day of March, 190C, and that nny
person or persons doslrlng to bo heard
thereon must ba In attendanco at the
offlco of tho undersigned, In tho Cap
itol Hiilldlng, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, to show cause, If
any, why said petition should not be
A. J. CAMTnELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, January 23rd, luuo.
Hi. 20. 23. 27
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
est 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 fait that the paper
only requires to be folded once each
Attomnv fianomt Po!.- uiion nii.i way to fit Into an ordinary oblong en-
ulinut his opinion on the question milil i"'h
that ho could not give tin ojilnlon on
the matter at present, as ho riilght be
naked by tho Governor to furnish hlir.
in opinion In tho subject.
Owing to a change In the prlca of
certain sixes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No, 1, $1.8 J
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $130 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $20$ per cu. yd.; No. 4, $149
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tha
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of whit sand,
making It available for all kind of con
eret work, for which It I far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by virtue of a Writ of
Execution Issued by Win. I.. Whitney.
District Magistral!) of Honolulu.
County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
on tho 13th day of February, A. I).
1006. In tlio matter of W K Murk
ham, I'lalntiff, s. f. E. Knhonknu
maha. Defendant. I did In said Hono
lulu. County of Oahu, on the 27th day
of February, A. I). 1000, levy upon and
Shall offer for sale and sell at piiblle
auction to the highest bidder nt the
Police K.aflon, KnlaKana Hale, In said
Honolulu, nt 1 2o'clnck noon of Thurs
day thu 20th day or March, A. D. lOOii,
all tho right, tltlo nnd Interest of the
Mild 3, E- Kahookaumaha, Defendant,
In and to all tho following described
property, unless the sum of Thirty live
nnd CD-loo ($35 SO) dollars, that be
ing tile amount for whlih said Execu
tion was Issued, together with Inter
est, costs and my fco and expenses aro
I.und nt Tiiunul, Honolulu, described
Heglnnlng nt a point on the Walklkl
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Tho Wcokly Edition of tho Evening
llulletln given a complcto summary of
tho now of tho day. For SI a year,
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24;
I he Alexander Young Building. Hourtt
10-12; 2-4: 7 8. Residence, The Alex
ander Yodng Hotel. Telephone Call:
Mnkai rieah nnd Stronnih for Slok nna
sex by maklns strong rlcn red blood.
cheokdlainaeb BlvlnKYOU strength to
railat It. Bold by bruaak l, 78 ots bos.
or 3 boms for 2v ormal. d on receiptor
rlo. Writs us Dbout Hom Treatment.
R. dcisnko co,a rniiaoeipniaa ra.
Weekly Bulletin SI P'r year.
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... oi in. T,vii 2 rt 0 13 IB,"C " di'cihiu nirt-ii iuv iwii r. u.
LJ.nn- i3-.S?V e-??l 9:,li' E. true from the Intersection of said
8U. Z6. xi: Jinr. c. u. v. 1. i. klrpd, wlth Wvl Slre. ani. ...,-. i
I 1. N. 52 E. truo 75 feet along tho
Having In tow tho oil barge Monte-1 road; 2 S. 38 E true 150 feet along
rey. the steamer Hosecrans arrived . ,pana 7. 3. 8. 52' W. truo 75 feet
yesterday evening from Monterey with along Apana 6; 4, 38" W. true 150
oil lor the T. O. T. Co. Tho barge feet along T. K. Tahu and G. W. Tahu
brought 19.000 barrels of ol land tlio .to Initial point. Area 11230 square
steamer brought 22,000 barrels. Tho feet, being a portion of the land des-
voyage was rough, and It took twelve crlbtd In II. T 1302 to W. L. Leo and
and a half days to como from tho I conveyed to J. II. Kahookaumaha by
coast. Tho vessels will probably leave I deed of Wong Wn Foy recorded In tho
lor tho coast next Wednesday.
JtafcayyWWW1j1avvtw uu, t. 11., Feb. 27th, 1906
A largo quantity of sugar Is being
piled up on tho Railroad wharf to bo
loaded on the American-Hawaiian
steamer Arlxona. which will bo here
3318-31 from the Sound next Monday,
ofllce of tho Registrar of conveyances
tn Honolulu In nook 209 at page 478,
Terms, cash, Deed at the expense
Dated at Honolulu, Feb. 27th, 1906.
A. M. HROWN.
3318 Sheriff, County of Oahu,
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
. or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. W Jordan & Co., Ltd
1137 Fort Street
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