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ETENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1... WEDNESDAY, FED. Zg, 1806. 5'
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Mens Tan Prospecting Boots
Made of Viscol Calf
J 7 Inch High Leg
Jw 0 - jl
j. v- r jtiH..Hl
Mclnerny Shoe Store
It means all-year-round rclici 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 j & .
Both for sale by-dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
PATRIOTIC REMARKS AT
OAIIU SUPERVISORS MEETING
8CHOOLS .AND HOSPITALS ARE
EVIDENCE OF DEGREE OF
PUBLIC SPIRIT IN THE
John A. Hughes, appearing before
U10 Supervisors last night, spoko as
fellows on the schools and hospitals:
Mr. Chairman and ucntlcmen of tho
Hoard' of Supervisors: I cravo your
Indulgence for a few moments this
evening to make a few remarks on
tho needs and requirements of our
public 'schools and of tho urgent ne
cessity for providing a home for tho
sick and destltuto poor, tho ono a
place for nourishing the body, tho
other to Imprdvo tho mind; tho ono
raises the Intellectual structuro upon
wnicn rests our civilization, tho other
cheers and consoles the last hours of
tne prnictoci, or restores him to health,
and the busy walk of life.
Schools and hospitals aro tho hall,
marks of our civilization. They aro
the foundation and corner stono of our
intellectual progress, they aro tho key.
stono of tho arch, tho cap of tho col
umn, that crowns tho noblest Institutions-
raised by American genius.
A Jealous regard for their efficiency
and high standing Is the sign of pat
riotic duty and civic pride. A disre
gard for their welfare Is Indicative of
minds ripo for tho seeds of degeneracy
and decay, ,
As citizens of this great Republic
our schools and hospitals should bo
our constant caro. They are tho es
sentials and necessities of our civiliza
tion. As compared with them all oth
er public utilities arc mcro luxuries or
of little moment.
Was'-ssS ui if y -??''-? t
RAPID BATH HEATERS
Furnith plenty of hot wsttr In-
tint! any time diy or light fir
toilet and bath
Ci b hiialled In any, bath
room or arynherc else without
(taring everything v Operated
by anyone. ":ry economical.
Fer Salt iy
E. R. BATH, AGENT.
PLUMBER, 165 KING ST.
PHONE MAIN 6l!
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 1.50 a week
J.A. R. Vieira&Go.
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST,
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Matting. Big Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go.
asj-'"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
THE METR06TYLE PIANOLA
The most difficult musical composi
tions are easily mastered by the owner
of a Metroatyle Pianola. They are
Just as easy to that wonderful Instru
ment as the simplest folk song.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, February 28. 1906.
NAME OF STOCK Pall Up !? BM Aik.J
C Brewar ft Co 1.000,000 loo 40.
Eva Plantation Co .... S..ooo , ,, a) ,.,
Hawaiian ArTtc-IR" I Ca .o loo tl?l'
H.wCcmfcSutarCo.. !'.! 100 V) li
Hawaiian Sufar Co - t., j,
Honomu ufar Co.... Tjo.000 too ij,
Honokaa Sut-Co M , ,,
Haiku Sutai Co- J00.000 too lo
Kahuku Pianiailon Co row to 10
Klhol plantation Co Ltd .)m.t 5, I ,., 9
Klpitnitu Sue" Co ... rtono ,M ,
Koloo Stttat Co . joo.000 ,,-,
Mcllte Swr Co 1-Joo.ooe J 1 -4
Gatin WirUj.. 1600,000 I 00 91
Oitom Sufftr Co...... l"o to .,
OokHlSaf .t Plant Co yxt.ax , ,., f ,.,
Olaa Suca, Co Lll .. i-000.000 H a J 11
Olovalo Co - IJO.OOO 100 I5
PaautMoSatarPlMlCo 1 000,000 y,
PutSC Sum' Mill,.,,,. oo,ooo 100 ,to
Pala Pit KooCo .... 5c , ,(,
Pro kto-Suinr Co tjo." too 160
PlotrnfMniCo. MJO.O jo lie
Wllalu AirKiiltaial Co 4,oo 60 11
WaUoSifrC .... tooo too alo
Wallukii Socar Co So
Walnanalo Ixrar Co. asa.oo io it)
Walanu Mm I- .... to
tnWi-Mal SomovW Co oo,ooc 100 Ull-l
MawallanlcrtrCo 600,000 100 ito
ItoaKTft LCoPW.... foooo .... 101
HmRTkLCo Com- i.iioo iod 6t i.i to
Motual Trt bona Co l)o.oeo 10 1.,
Oahil R ft L Co , 4.000,00. 100 to
Hnoluni dCo lo,ooo t,
Moll. B. A M. Cm . .... 1, (-, , 1-,
HawTar 4 PC (MnClJ .... loo
Haw Tor K ic . . - ....
Haw Tm'l aKp-c. ....
HawOwip .. 100
Cftil.SuJkal.Co. oo.c. ... it)t
Hanro SPv Co 6 p c .... 104
Haw Coai Sot Co s pc ... ioj
HawSuear Coopc .. .... toti-t
HtloR.RCoCM6.pc- ... ft t
Hon RTftLCo.pt ... lit
Kahnkil Ptam Co . p c ... loo
OtnuRft LCotpe .. 104
OahgSuta'Colpc ... 100
Olaa Sugar Co 6 pc... .. el
Pala Plant Co 101
Pionaar Mill Co 6 p C . 1031-,
Walatua ActIC Co 6 p c-. . .... loo
McBryda - -J I... I loo
Hales Uotwcen boards: CO llono
l.nn, 11; 5 Kwa. (23.37 1-2.
Dividends Feb. 28. 1006: C. Urcw.
n ti Co., 2 por cent; Kwo, 1-2 per rent;
llonomn. 1 per cent; WnlmnnuTj, 2
In the lucid anil carefiilh- nronarod ott cent; Wallukii, 1 1-2 per cent;
statement presented by Superlnt'cn- Haw. Electric, 1-2 per cent; Olownlu,
dent llabbltt to the Hoard or Kdttca-'l per cent; Hon. II. & SI. Co., 1 per
Hon. you have before you. plainer than cent. March 1, 190G: Haiku, 2 per
any words of mlno could make It, tho cent; Pala, 1 1-2 per cent; Pioneer, 1
dcnlorable cond t on of our nubile P" com; nonoKaa. i-s per ccni.
schools. Hut of tlto Incttrablo Hos- March 6, 190G: Hawn. Com. & Sugar
pltal. that last hope of the poor and Co., 65c share: Paauhatt (8. F.) 1 per
suffering, jou cannot know, for If you cent
did you would relieve It. I
lou cannot know of Its poverty, and I Latest suaar Quotation 3.39 cents or
almost helpless condition, of tho grind- $67.80 per ton.
tng and incessant toil 01 tno tew wno
aro trying to do tho work of tho many.
In this hospital ono sees ono man
acting as superintendent, nurse, drug
gist, guide, philosopher and friend.
Here are nil phases of human disease,
human emotions, hope, resignation and
despair; victims of all ills. And yet
hero are only a few; tho greater num
ber floats or drowns, n wreckago on
tho river of life worse thnn tho birds
In the air or the rabbits In tho fields.
Tho promoters of tho Incurable hos
pital and their helper, have dono and
are doing a noblo work and thoy do-
SUGAR, 3.3975 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2(1
, Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12,
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices.
You want a loan on suftar 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 8T.
iX H E-HCta -
Cy SPAVIN CURE
li naJt o y ty
llw Troy Clwral
Cl Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y. Torny
i) i Tiny, N. Y
To the Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Hivlnn heen'aooolnted to the nosltton of District Superinten
dent, for the Territory of Hav.aU, by the Mutual Life Insurance
r.omnonv of New York, we have ODened offices In Honolulu, and
will take ormal charge of the Company'a business March first,
after which date all payments of Premium by policy holders, the
novmtnt of Death Claims and Matured Endowments are to be
rnoHo at h Comnanv'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 newspapers
about syndicates and salaries and subsidiary companies, the secur.
Itles of the Mutual Life have not been criticised nor their perfect
af.i., nueitlnned. 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 beforo them
four hundred and fifty millions and more; and not a single Item
,. ji.rrrHHori nrt not a slntile Investment of . any sort was
&. u.r h Mutual Life Is still the stronoest financial Insti
tution In the world, with a reserve $36,000,000 larger than that of
any other existing company, and wim a contingent bu"
fund, or accumulated profits, of $75,000,000 In excess of Its legal
it t.'.nii tnir. a It has always been, that the Mutual Life
has paid more TO policyholders, and holds more today FOR pol-
iruhoiriera than anv otner comoanv in in. nvn.. i.mit -v.-..
hunrfrrrf mltilnna a Hata has the Comosnv 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.
Yours for Dullness,
W. A. WANN,
Office with Trent Co., 932 and 938 Fort St, Honolulu, T. H.
"LAf'e" SHAFER, THE WIDELY KNOWN TRAINER of Zephyr, 2:11, Beau.
scant, 2:12, and Terrace Queen, z:o, says:
J. c. McKinncy, rrop. .uumihw, i-, -.. -
I used "Savo-ttie-Ilorso" all tho past season, First, on a bad splint closo
up to knee, homo very lamo after fast, work; could seo decided Improve
ment after a few days' use; In a week'a time, lameness nil disappeared.
Used with equal success on a bowed tendon; at present am treating a horso
that bowed a tendon thrco years ago was a bad caso, wns fired nnd blls
term., but still went lame; hnvo used a boftlo nnd am' still using "Save-tho-Horso-"
tlto enlargement has gono down almost onu-half, horso going sound
nnd I firmly bcllcvo will race again. A friend of mlno had a horso that
bowed a tendon last spring; by tho uso of your great remedy, kept his rac
ing all fall, gave him a record better than 2:05. Tendon Is straight and
sound as It over was. Think It tho greatest remedy on earth for a bad leg
of any description. Respectfully jours, U D. flllAFKIl, Farm's Trainer.
"8ave-the-Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ring'
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoo Boll, Wind Puff, Inlured Tendons and
all lameness wimoui scar or ibis ui nan. ni. ni7 mv.r. - w---..
. . . -. per bottle. Written guarantee as binding to protect you as
JSS III) the best legal talent could make It. Send for copy nnd book
U w dfugglBtB and dealers or express paid. Scores of let
ters to confirm and convince. Send for copies. Absolute nnd ovcrwneiming
evidence and certainties as to tno umaning power ui ouyu-..ic-iiu,.x.-.
TROY CHEMICAI- COilPAINY
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trade supplied by tho Hobron Drug Co. and tho llolllstcr Drug Co., Honolulu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Wblto steam autos. Stockyds stable.
The Eagles initiate n couple of new
ones this evening.
Kerr's big hosiery sale 'lasting four
days, begins tomorrow.
The steamer Heleno leaves thll
evening nt S o'clock for Kauai ports
Orcat bargain nt Whitney & Marsh's
clearance sale which begins tomorrow
Tho steamer Noeiui leaves this oven
lug for Hawaii ports. Sho will sail at
Mr. C. K. Kiln worth has been ap
pointed poundmastcr at Walanae-uka.
Plymouth Hock eggn lor setting,
puro bred, barred or whlto, for salo.
Tclcphono White 831.
The steamer Maui camo In from Ha
waii this morning with 5.500 bags of
sugar and TO head of cattle.
Island chickens arrlvo every Satur
day from Raymond Ranch, Maui. Tcl
cphono 464 early If you want them.
A list of tho officers elected to servo
for the ensuing year in to Oabti Kail
way & Land Co. Is published In this
Mall Is duo from San Francisco to
morrow on the steamer Alameda. Sho
will return to tho Coast a week from
Tho steamer Doric left San Fran
cisco yrstcrday with mall and will ar
rive In Honolulu March 6, on her way
to the Orient,
The Merchants' Association and the
Promotion Commlttco have endorsed
the Floral Parade number of tho Para
dise of tho Pacific.
Tho ship F.dward Sowall will b
ready to sail for New York about lat
ter part of next week. Sho Is taklna
on a cargo of sugar at tho Ilailway
It tho Pacific Mall steamer Korea is
on tlmo sho will arrlvo tomorrow from
Yokohama, and will either depart to.
morrow or next day with mall for San
Charles Achl holds a "political"
meeting at Kalclklnt's house, head of
Aulil lane, tonight nt 7.30 o'clock.
Achl wants support for tho Job of Su-pervlsor-nt-largo.
on any old ticket.
Tho will of Maunlo 1.. IJurke, who
died nt Tcxanknna. Texas, was this
rooming ndmlttcd to probate by Judgo
Lindsay, who also appointed Robert
Emmet llurko as executor without
Sugar lists remaining on Kaunl aro
as follows: K. S. M., 1000; W. 3000;
M. A. K.. 20.185: O. & It.. 2350; Mcll.,
21.255; K. P, 6500; I P., 7337; II. M.,
8002; M. S. Co., 21,600; K. S. Co.,
21.5C0; O. F., 780.
Passengers departing per a. a. Ko
rea, have your baggago placed in tno
scaled compartment and cabin by tho
union Express Co, G3 queen street.
Tclcphono Main EC. Uaggago agents
tor tho Pacific Mall S. S. Co.
Tho correspondents of tho lending
publications of the world appear to bd
gradually working toward China is
If scent ne trouble. Ono of tho pat'
ticngcr of tho Nippon Mnru was II.
S. C. Wright of tho Illustrated London
News. He Is going to China.
At the Naval Station It was stated
this morning that all repairs to vesscts
at the Maro Island Navy yards havo
been suspended for a period of six
months, owlnc to mo tanure ot uon
gtrss to aprroprlato funds for that pup
pose. No further details concerning
the matter could bo obtained.
In Kaplolanl estate vs. L. A. Thurs
ton, ejectment, tho Supremo Court to
day renders decision, denying rehear
ing to defendant because, although cer
tain questions submitted nt tho first
hearing were not without difficulty. It
does not nppear that tho decision was
clearly wrong. I). L. Wtthlngton for
defendant-petitioner; Cnstlo ft With
Ington on tho petition; S. II. Derby,
lllchard lluhlcr's company will to
night fur the last tlmo present "Tliel-
ma" nt the Orphcum This thoroughly
delightful and Intensely Interesting
productlorf drew a crowded home Iaat
evening and another big nudlciico is
assured fur tonight, Thoso who imvu
not yet seen "rhclmn" hnto ono mure
Tomorrow night "Tho Llghtuousa uy
the Sea" will bo put on. This is a
melodrama of n most thrilling kind,
revealing tonic exceedingly sensation
nl features. A beautiful and stirring
tomance for tonight nnd an exciting
melodrama for tho rest of tho week.
Truly, there Is enough to satisfy all demands.
n limn. 'jM
- 1 1
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
Tins and Studs and Ear
rings, id Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER!
Macy-Wernscke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
deks made. They,are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
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
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 24a
When vou need Society or High-
class Stationery, look over our stock,
which Is contributed to by the most
famM.la maUflpa Aa ,irru all tha tat.
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 or 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.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Owing to a change In tha price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, 15
per cu. yd.; No. 2, 91.80 per cu. yd.
No. 3, 05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 1-8
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to thai
fact th,at No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of ton
orete work, for which It le far superior
to any other and.
Lord & Belser
DR. J, T.
servo unstinted praise, incy nv
done their part, if remains now for
you to do yours, to carry on mis rou
work, Increaso its usefulness and open
Its doors for nil who aro destltuto and
In asking you to maite an appropria
tion for tho Incurable Hospital and
our public schools, I might Btate that
no man has ueen louna 10 upewr vy
pose It, It Is legal and legltlmato; It
may be making a precedent, but it Is
a good ono: it may be an Innovation,
but It Is along progressive American
llnna- II la lilnzliie a short cut to right
nn.t ii.aii.-A Tt mitflt anneal to overy-'c Jenkins. E.
thing best and noblest in your nature, Diamond Head Oleo Club. Kugono Al
and the still small volco must urgo.lcti and Kameliameha Oleo Club,
you to act In tho amrmatlvo. There
Is everything In Its favor and nothing' Mp-'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
against It. nnd tho names of thoso who
voto for It will bo recorded by the
angol In the book of llko as of thoso
who. loved their fellow men.
Thn Y. M. C. A. on Tucsdny ovr nlng,
March C, -3.111 glvo a most cnjoyahlo
entertainment. Those wishing to seo
mii-e erv ne bar work and drill nnd
l.enr tho best musical talent In Hono
lulu should r.ttrnd. Sotno or thosrf
who will participate aro Capt. Sni;i
Johnson, Hen Clarke. Oeo. Clarke, W.
I.cmrn Mlas flcrtrudo Hall. K. C. Alii
orton. Jas. D. Dougherty, Mrs. bwlng,
Fernandez, i-ro. rvaai,
Tho Huprcmo Court this morning
handed down n decision in Territory
vs Wong I'eart. overruling objections
of defendant who was convicted a year
ugo of violating Act Gt, I-nws of IS9S,
authorizing lienor licenses. Defendant
held that tho act was Illegal as em
bracing morn than ono subject, also
Tho court holds that tha tttlo of the
act Is sufficient to niithorizo a sectlun
providing a penally for violation of
conditions expressed Inllcenses so au
thorized, and conferring Jurisdiction on
all district magistrates
M, K. Prosscr for tho Territory and
C. W. Ashford for defendant.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24;
the Alexander Young Building. Houraf
10-12; 2-t: 7 8. Residence, The Ale
ander Young Hotel, Telephone Call:
Makaa Flash nnd Btianath tor Blok kikS
tax by maklnat strons. rloh red blood.
cheeks dlaeaaa b elf InK lou strength
lealat It. Bold h brugaa ' 78 eta a boa,
or 3 boaefora3..ornint. donrolptal
Brio. Wr'ta ua about Home Treatment,
ft. BOSANKO CO.. Philadelphia P
Tho WeoMy Kdltlon of the livening
liuiieun gives a compicio summary m,
tho nows of tho day. For St year.' Weekly Bulletin SI per r.
JACK MAY RELIECE SCHOOLS.
(Continued rom Page 1.)
wero no developments as yet. lip had
been kept busy with other matters bh
well as tho school proposition. This
nftornoon ho accompanies nishop Li
bert of tho Catholic mission to Kallhi
to Inspect tho proposed site of tho
homo for non-leprous children of lep
, i i
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evenlno Bulletin.
75t per month. Weekly Bulletin, I
SI Pr year.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E We Jordan & Co,, Ltd.
11 37 Tort Street
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