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KTENINQ BU11J5T1N, HONOLULU, T. II.. "THURSDAY. WAltL'iri, lvw.
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Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
J 7 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 1, 1906
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewer & Co
two Plantation io m
Hawaiian Af rlolMr I Col
DOW OD1 ! vi
Hawaiian Sa(ar Co
Honomtl Surar Co...
Kahubu I'lafllatiOO Co-
KIMI n.nmlon Cs Lid
Koloo Sunr Co
ar Co .
Onomao Svaar Co......
Onbala Sotor Plant Co
Some Interesting developments aro PJ??"W.c,lM
viowani vi ..
promised as a result of the light be- PaaonaaSutorBiaatco'
tween the planter and emigration p", puSHHci",
agents, and George D. Gear, attorney pttWoSwerCo .
(IpMnrnn fhoro la n rnn r unm mm .,
, WMaloo AtTKulraril Co
lnWrlaland SmoiN Co
Hawaiian Etaarlc Co -J
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 - - .
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
Piles Pilot G
Pionttr Mill Co 6 p c J
wataiuai AtiK m.pci
for the assents,
so racy formed to unjustly nersecutu wainm sinr Co
tne oniigrauon agents, two cases in ""?"'." v,Pa
the I'ollce Court today went over till
"There arc a great many people In.
volved In this conspiracy," said Mr
flanr (ti nn Interview thla mnrnlner
'and their Identity will be brought out1 n'it? flT,?
laicr. incy are going to try to iidciniio Railroad co
the Olympla when she arrives, but that. "" B- 20,
effort will fall, and she depart from I h.tt .at tnraCil
this port with a full load of Japanese Jaw Tarait e
laborers. Tney will be unable to pre-. T' 1L' " "
Tent It." caji.SuSiti.Co.6ox.
Th, faa nf Tannlinalil wlin .nd HallCU SuVW Co 6 B C
rerentlv nrrealn.1 fnr finomllnir nn H"S?5M C? '"
....w ...v.v .-. v.....B hm nawaurar woopc ,
DEeni uiinaiiL a iirpnup. pnmn nn inr.n BHMLOuaaic.
r -. . . ..r - 'i..r.i ...
a hearing th, morning In the Police BSJWASicSXSeZ
Court, and K. E. Thompson appeared oahunsiLCotDc -
as a prosecutor, apparently employed
by the planters for that nurnose. Un-
on his request the case was laid over
T. Haga, a licensed emigration ngent,
was before the Police Court this morn
tng on a charge of nutting more than
fifteen people In his lodging house, fif
teen being the number he Is permitted
ly laff to have. Attorney Thompson
appeared as prosecutor In this caio Latest suaar Quotation 3.39 cents or
plso, and this Is taken as evidence uy $67410 per ton.
me opposition mat tne ngnt against
s J BI4
Salcs-cBetwcen Boards; 75 Ewa,
123.3714; 15 i:wn, 23.37-,. Session
50 Walalua, 61: 10 Walalua, C1; 10
Ilaga Is to hamper Mm In his work of
securing emigrants to be sent to Se
attle. Judge Clear Is defending Hagn,
and by mutual consent the en so was
postponed until Saturday, also.
As proof of bis assertion that per
sons are conspiring against the agents,
Mr. Gear states that nn auto was fur
nished the rtollfA to hunt down thn
acent nt Walalua. Tho auto, he ilt- STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Clares was not furntsh.d by the County., Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex.
When the Olympla arrives to taks, ""
wny her load of Japs for Seattle, ex- L0AN8 NEGOTIATED.
citing events ai expected to tako 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12
SUGAR, 3.3975 cents
LONDON BEETS, Bs, 3 3-4d
Thlelen & Williamson
LOCiL AND GENERAL
Whlto steam autos. Stockyds stable.
There Is talk of calling a public I
meeting, after the town meeting Idea, I
to discuss tho school situation. j
Island chickens arrko every Satur-,
day from Raymond Itanib, Maul. Tel
ephone 4C4 early It you want'them. J
Mr. Harold Klce returned to Llhui
last week from San Francisco, wher
he has attended n course at Hcald's
Next Monhay the big freight steamer,
Arizona Is due to arrlvo from Seattle (
Almost enough sugar will be on hand
by that time to supply her.
When tho weather Is hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When tlio
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rusL California Feed Co., agcnU.
Assistant Sheriff Henry Vld Is con
fined to his home again with a case of
tbc grip. He has Just recently recov
ered from an nttnek of the sumo kind
The regular monthly meeting of th
Free Klndergnrtcn and Children's Aid
Association will be held on Krlda)
morning at 0:30 In the Y. W. C. A
Mr. N. Kurrcst, brother of Mrs. A.
H. ltlcc, arrived In Llhuc from tho
coast by last week's Mlkahaln. Ill'
coming at this time was very much ol
a surprise to Mrs. Klce, but a wclcom
W. A. Whitney, superintendent ot
the Wyoming division of the Union Pa
cific, has handed In his resignation on
account ot continued poor health. Ho
was much benefitted by n trip to Ho
nolulu a few months ago and may ra
turn to the Islands.
At Boston on Lincoln's birthday Con
gressman Frank Mondclt of Wyoming
was tho guest of honor and speaker for
the banquet of tho Middlesex Club, Mr.
Mondcll, who nlwnys favors legislation
beneficial to Unwnll, visited tho Is
lands a few years ago.
There Is more fun and cenulnn en
joyment to bo obtained from n KodaU
than can be gucescd by a person who
lias never ownod one or thesa fascinat
ing llttlo cameras. Wo carry a very
complcto lino of kodaks and kodak sup.
piles as prices that rule but llttlo high
er than those prevailing on tho const
Our store Is the headquarters for tour
ists who go In for photography and w(
aro prepared to do first class printing
and developing without unnecessary
delay and nt the -most reasonable
prices. Honolulu Photo-dupply Co.
TOURISTS AT 111
v- -.a '-a --a id mi Ui ''gy'" fc
TSrrrr W. W " 8?. 5- ?". 5.-
. NATURE'S LI9INQ AND
1 MOVING CYCLORAMA.
8EE HOW THE WORLD
More wonderful than the
greatest painting because Its
figures are alive and moving
And still more wonderful be
cause the most beautiful 'colors
of nature are concentrated In
their most gorgeous shades.
The Camera Obscura Is fas
cinatingly Interesting and every
one should see It.
AT THE ZOO
All Sixes, Colors and Patterns. Also'
Grass Matting. Big Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Co.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds, . ...
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sug ar securities,
You have real estate y,ou 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.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and l.SO a week
J. A. R. Vieira&Co.
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day. For SI ' yar-
M.-W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
has been pronounced by Caruso, the
greatest of Italian tenors, to be "al
most human." It has won the recognl
tlon and endorsement of the entire mu
BERQSTROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
, ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
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place. Tho vessel may have the same
difficulty as was experienced by tlif
Stanley Dollar, when she came hcjw
tor a similar purpose some time ago.
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OFFICE OF THE B0A11D OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, March 1, 190C.
TENDERS FOR PAIAI OR HARD POI.
Sealed tenders, in diipllcnto. will be
received at the oftlco of tho Board of
Health, until 12 o'clock, noon. Wed
nesday, March 21st, 1900. for supply-
Inc the Leper Settlement. MOioKai,
.. haIi! no la.wt tin! fntl wrlril ft
...u . l.l --.I .ol Inlll. """ ! " ""'" "."' "-'""" "
nun u union uuim u.i bi..i.... , n,ne monti1Bi from April 1st, lauti, un
Gcatlon the actual opening ot tho new ,icr ,no following conditions, namely:
skating rink, though business will Tenders to bo for prlco per bundlo
Mart at 2 p. m , occurs Saturday even ' j1 "
Ing at 8 o clock. . j Tnc paia t0 i,a f r0hly mailo and do-
A modern rink Is now established llvorpit In mod condition and securely
in tho old Union Feed warehouse and packed In tl leaves
K pleasant surprise awaits those win) Tendcm to be based on tho supply
attend Saturday, 'o k'ffort has been 0f 1200 to 2400 palal per month, to lio
.pared to make tho rink a place of do- ilolhcrcd nn ordered by the Superln-
light nnd the work of tho promoters tendent.
lias been applied with the best result.' The contractor must specify whether
Both Saturday afternoon nnd evening ilo Bhall deliver tho pnlal (1) nt tho
There was a lively miction at Mor
gan a rooms on Kaahumanu street this
morning, tho flno collection of Hawaii
in curios belonging to the lato Prlnco
Kunlakea, being sold. Thcro were scv
tral tourists on hand, looking for bar
gains. Ono flue calabash was secured
for SS. A small koa table, In another
lot ot goods, fetched 190.
Tomorrow, nmong the things to be
told, aro a few framed pictures of the
old volunteer flro department. One
(man who saw tho pictures today, sug
gested that the County might buy them
I to present to the flro department head
quarters as luting ornaments and art
icles worth cherishing.
For San Frnnclsfo, per S. S. Ko
rea. W. a. Cook and family, II.
Holmes. James S. Bell. James F. Bell.
wlfa nnd child; Miss a, Dowsctt. Mrs.
Parkhurst nnd two children, Mrs.
Dunn. Mrs. Wai. B. Webb, O. W. Rich
ardson nnd family, E. C. Sterling and
wlf . Mrs. P. E. Brlgham. Mrs. M. A.
Mordaunt, Mrs. Helen K. Brlgham.
Mrs, F. C. Amwcg, C. Schilling. E. II.
Mozart, wlfo and daughter; II. Turner
nnd wife, W. T. Metcalf, Walter Chocs
man. Thro. Lystrr, 0. E. Murphy, J.
A. Finch and wife, Mrs. J, Daumhollo,
Mr. and Mrs. Newlands, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Sharon and son, Mrs. Sandcrfotd, Mr.
anil Mrs. John E. Bell and daughter,
Mm. W. II. Gnrlock, W. II. Trlmblo,
Frank P. Wells and wife, Mrs. E. M.
Jarkson, Mm. Ilnbcrt Howard, Mrs. A
T6 the Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Having been apoolnted to the position of District 8uperlnten
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 dale all payments of Premium by policy holders, the
payment of Death Claims and Matured Endowments are to be
made at the Company's office at 932 and 033 Fort street.
The modern contracts Issued by the Mutual Life, offer larger
guarantees than do thoss 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
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 pf any sort was
classed as doubtful, . ..,.,
As ever, the Mutual Life Is still the strongest financial Insti
tution In the world, with a reserve $38,000,000 larger than that of
any other existing company, and with a contingent guarantee
fund, or accumulated profits, of $78,000,000 In excess of Its legal
It Is 'still true, as It has always been, that tho 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.
bera 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 satisfy
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 business,
W. A. WANN,
Office with Trent 4 Co., 932 and 938 Fort 8t, Honolulu, T. H.
& large crowd Is sure to be on hand U
start the rollers moving.
A floor has been laid of wolt-sea-toned
tongue nnd groove lumber, cov
ering the whole space In tho in.il'i
building, which will be devoted to knt-1
Settlement or (2) f. o. b. steamer or
.(3) at tho landing specified by tho
Supply to begin within tho first
week of Anrll. 1900.
Tho contractor must file a bond wltn
urs only. Thero arc over 5000 squnrn approved sureties, satisfactory to tho
leet without a pillar or pobt. Board ot Health, conditioned for tho
A large grandstand has been creciej faithful nerformanio of tho contract.
along one side of the rink, with com , Tho tenders. In duplicate must bo
fortablc seats having bacKs. TlCKei op endorsed "TENDER FOK I'AlAi,
flee, dressing rooms and skate room i.EPEIl SETTLEMENT."
ami a Rndii booth, nre In tho building. I Tim Iln.-vnl nf Health reserves the
. -...-. - . , ..... .. ... - .. -i
Electric nrc lights ocr tho skating rBbt to purchase taro from Walkout
floor have been installed. Arrange- valley. Moloknl, and does not bind
ments hnve been made for plcuty of EOir to accept the lowest or any bid.
fresh air nnd ventilation. I THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
The roller skates nrn of tho latcst By Its president:
model, being steel-wheel, ball-bearing 3320.31 L .E. I'INKHAM.
und easily adjusted to any size 01 I '
tlmpe shoe. A
The rink will be open mornings nl I II
10, as well as tho nftcrnoon, for the. III
l.n..n, rt lhn. ti.lin .trlttli In lnaln ill.) S V
sport A competent Instructor will ha
In charge. The admission for morn
ings and afternoons will bo 25 cento'
Including use "Of skntcs.
Tourists, one and all, go away with a
good Impression of Honolulu. Many
things are responsible for this, among
than which there Is no better beer
brewed and which, In its own peculiar
way, does a whole lot of promotion
work for the town. It Is a most cred
itable local product ,
1 twRplSill wca All kinds here Rings and I
lia '"WIJkM 'ns a,1(' S'uo! nnd Ear- I
lr?TSe-'ifv I Ins "n Brooches and lj
IMX. fAfl Chains. Every ttiinj tip-to- W
fiXiS'V'5 ill date in design and properly If
(12$ M. R. COUNTER Wi
N9 sF '323 LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufao
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.,
rLHIllfs I lull ''
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240,
P. -Mitchell, K. A. Pnlnicr. A. B. Black
J. C. Cohen, J, W. Cunningham nnd
wife, W. T. IltirKo. It. E. Burko, II, S.
Wood nnd daughter, W. II. Hill. A. F.
Men!, Mrs. I. Yarido Carr and child,
T. A. Hays. O. Y. Smith nnd wife, F.
M. Leo nnd family, J. II. Tollman, W
W. Qrlflln anil wife, Murtln A. Flbosh,
Oeo. K. Cheney, Jns. W. Tradwcll,
Jas II. Kirk and wife, J. A. Molcr,
Miss Bull, W. S. doff and wife. Mrs.
A. M, Dodga, Miss Barnes and maid,
It. Darning. Capt. Hoffman and wlfo,
Mrs. Fred. P. T. Waterhouso, E. P.
Lansing nnd wlfo, John Flannagan,
Edward Chaso and wlfo, Miss Gladys
Gaylord, It, O. Henderson, Dr. E. II.
WoolBoy. Mrs. II. 8. Hnlvorsen, Mrs.
W F, Mobsman and children, Mrs. E.
Tatlcrt, MrB. T. II. Mallory, Mrs, J.
Is the very best made and Is guaran
teed to give all-round satisfaction. It
does not give a ragged print and will
not dry out or deteriorate, neither will
It smut or soil the work. Kee-Lox
gives the greatest number of mani
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Owlnn to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In ,
future will be as follows: No. 1, IV.M
per cu. yd.S No. 2, 11.80 per cu. yd,; '
No. 3, 92.05 per cu, yd.; No. 4, V30
per cu. yd. t
We wish (o call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of wtitta sand.
making It avanaws tor an Kinas or cm , j
creto work, for which It Is far superior , i
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-2C
Ihe Alexander Young Building. Hourar-'.
10-12; 2-4: 7 8. Residence, The Alow
snder Yodng Hotel, Telephone Calif
Makoo riosh una 6tronth for tlok anal
oei by making strong, rloh rod blood
checks dlocuioobr alolngiou strwngth I
nr DrUKSH - roeiioooa.
or 3 boiaforS2.,ormnU'donroo1ptM
roalallt. Sold hrbruKs.li
Thn Wonklv Edition of tho Evcnlne
Bulletin gives a complete summary of 1
tho news of tho day. For SI year. I
Brio. Wrllouapbout Homo Troolmenv.
R. DOSANKO CO,. Philadelphia
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
f JfvyvvYvwavvvvi, nor 8Worn to, or In any man-
SCENES 1 IDE WD
Joe Cohen has mndo nrrangemonts
to retain Tom demons, the Bcenlci
artist, after tho completion of the
Tinnier season nt the Orpheum, to paint
some special drops nnd stago setting)
for the continental tour or tne uoyai
Hawaiian band this summer. Scenes
typical of tho Islands and docorntlouu
significant ot tne rarauiso or -1110 ra
(Continued from Page 1.)
however, given by Judge Lindsay, to
amend the petition.
This morning Davis appeared wltli
no less than three different proceed
ings In thn matter. 'First Mrs. Drown
11 . 1 .. I . , t.- I .111- ...III ..... nW .l.n t.n.i.l l.n.ra In u.lin,
was uirecieu uy u wru ui imueim t-ur-1 cine win oui uu mw uaim iwj. ,, ,.m-
pus ad subjlclenilum to bring tho body j over theater they piny throughout
of the child Into court. their Journeying, and Hawaii will not
Another motion asked that the dc- Jack for advertising and the promotion
cree of divorce be modified so that the . of her fame.
.-.1.. ,.. .1.- .1.11.1 i.k m....-.!...! n 1- ' -- s, y
cusiuuy V me liiiiii uc unaiuni iu i.
M. Brown, as the) mother wus mini
to take care of (t,
The third course tried by Davis was
the amended petition to appoint Bronn
as guardian, the amendment being a
recital ot instances wherein Mrs.
Brown bad shown herself an an unfit
nobertson made a motion to strike
the amendment to the original petition
on the grounds that it was ncitner
tier made a part of tho record,
Itobertson made a motion for a flvn
days' continuance to give him time to
answer the amended complaint.- D.lvli
objected, but the Court said that Itob
ertson certainly had a right to the
continuance and granted It,
The habeas corpus matter was also
continued. Robertson asklivt until Sat
urday in which to make his return.
Fin Job Printing at th Bulletin.
AT 2 P. M. OPEN TILL 11.
QUEEN 8T. cor. EDINBURGH.
Use of Skates, 15c. extra.
Band Sat. Night j
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., LtcL
11 37 Fort Street
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