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ETENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., FIUDAY, MARCH 2, 1908.
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Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Iff J j
f t, tli i'iyT
Mclnerny Shoe Store
v' . It means alUycar-round relief from unpleasant
rwnwiivii uuuu uuuuuig iircs, carrying
wood or coal, unnecessary cleaning, etc.
A GAS WATER HEATER will sup
ply water In any quantity. c jt
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co
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NATURE'S LIVING AND
SEE HOW THE WORLD
More wonderful than the
greatest painting because Ita
figuroa are alive and moving.
And atlll more wonderful be.
eauie the mott beautiful colon
of nature are concentrated In
their mott gorgeous (hadea.
The Camera Obtcura la fat-,
clnatingry interesting and every,
one ahould tee It.
All 8Iies, Colore and Patternt. Alio
Qraia Matting. Dig Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go.
AT THE ZOO
Watch and Jewelry Club
KOO and I. GO a week
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT ST.
M, W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
FREE KINDERGARTEN LADIES
HAVE MUCH TO DO
MR8. THOMPSON TELLS OF WHAT
SHE ENCOUNTERS AND WHAT
8HE NEEDS TO IMPROVE
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 2. 19C6
Thirteen energetic Indies gathered
this morning nt tlio regular meeting o(
the Free Kindergarten Association.
They found a condition not unusual In
I ho splendid work they arc carrying
on. They need money.
The good work of tho Kindergarten
Association Is limited only by tho
funds and the ladles would be very
namb op stock
C Brtwtr ft Co
Em P1.nt.tlan Co ...
Htwtlltn Acrlcalrur I Co
Miw Con ft Sugtr Co. .
Monorail Surtr Ca.i
Honoktt Suet Co .
Htlku St.r "
Kihuku HiuiMllon Co-J
Kind Munition Co LM
Kl-tftulii bus tl 1.0
nolo aof ir t-o
McHrydo otu Co
Cthu Surtr Co -
Onemet Surtr COi
Ogk.1t Sot Pltnt Co
Oltt Soft! Co lid
Piiahiu Sujtr Plant Co
Ptlt Pltimtleii Co ,
Pptkto Suytr Co
W.l.lut Atrkulturtl Co
Wtkuu Mill I
Itltr-liltnS Slots N Col
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Wtttlot AtrkCet se
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grateful for donations of either funds w.tiuini Su(tr Co so
or material. Their own welfare Is not S?,"JT.,?.u."tJ
what they are looking out for. It U
Iii this connection the report of ilnA hmk'" lcoI'm'..
Thompson, who takes charce of the Hon a T L Co Cooi
sanitary activities In the klndcrgar-1 !"?'' TI!'!?M c
tens, was especially Interesting. Hit.' HfEoiiZZArf
Thompson goes about do.ng good and Hon. u. i At. Go.
nas ror ner assistants .Miss Marlon
Wntcrhouse and young ladles of the
Castle Free Kindergarten. During the Htw Ttrfi txr.c,
. . Haw (taw n c -- -
iieriuu since ncr lasi report sue nas cftH.SotofCo.o.e.
done IDS dressings, treated 63 pairs HtivsJSwCo pc
of eyes, and four children hnvo bccu,;g"l,.Ce'.,c
treated for ear trouble. There were hiio r h Co Con h p'l-
01 urensings ni vineyaru street ana , "" 'Jf- yopt
m tumiiin. ji lamina, .miss waicr- okj R ft LCoSpe
.iviibv hud it,'iiutrrt;u iuucu vniuauie rsi wtnuuftropc
slstance. one of her cases being a dog Sfi1 Si". t'rV "
lilfo nn.l nnntl'.. n on.ln... .... A .l.ll,t ". "S,..V..,:""
-.. ... ....v...b. ,. bv.iuuo tun '. itiii. i rion.tr mm v.oop c
wnose linger lun Leen broken for six
day was taken to Dr. Waterhouto.
Miss Waterhouse visited the child's
home and found It a 'very poor one.
The father Is now grateful but Is nn-
SZir,,.l",""L..An..T,".!:A"t "BT quotation 3.39 cent, or
.......Uw . uu,iUlvi nun- iuiu iu u. iD.8u ner ton
!roldcd for the Vineyard street nml .
rainmn kinuergartens. At Vineyard
street ono child was found afflicted'
with tun kinds of Itch and the whoop.!
ing cougn, uotn o much seem to bo
going the rounds freely among the
poorer people. Miss I'.irko sent out
.omo beautifully wound bandages, and
wrs. runer contributed liberally rf
this material. Mrs. Andrade is trying
to teach some of tho children to wind
Thompson said that If people could not
glvo money, old sheet or soft cloth
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& M. Co , 23.
Hoards: 75 Hon. I).
SUGAR, 3.3975 cents
LONDON JEETS, 8s, 3
Thtnlnn 0' lllllllnm...
i iiiidioii a niuidiiidUii
8T0CK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change LOANS NEGOTIATED.
to be cut up for bandages would be 912 FORT 8T. ' TELMAIN 12,
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
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 neeJs the attention of aotlve.
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUTTHR0U3H WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 812 FORT ST.
very acceptable. Thno workors who
go about hmong the poor seo no end
of work to be done and their chief d
slrejs to obtain a little mpro assistant
In o'rdcr that they may do' more.
Fine Job Printing at the Bui-
MAUI, T. H.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening .
Bulletin, gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day. For 1 a year '
hat been pronounced by Caruso, the
greatest of .Italian tenors, to be "al-
'most human." It has won the recogni
tion and endorsement of the entire mu
BERCSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
OFFICE OP TUB BOARD
Honolulu. Hawaii. March 1, 190C.
TENDERS FOR PAIAI OR HARD POI.
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, will bo
receive! at the oIUco of the Board of
Health, until 12 o'clock, noon, Wed
nesday. March 21st, 1906, for supply
ing tht Leper Settlement, Molokal,
COTTAGE, with polal or hard pol, for a period of
nine months, from April 1st, 1900, un
Idcr tho following conditions, namely:
lemurs to do ior price per uunuio
of palol or hard pol, weighing zi
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Whlto steam autos. Btockyds stable. '
The XV. 0. Hall arrived this morn
ing from, Kauai with 6000 bags of
Two gentlemen can bo accommodat
"(1 with room and board at 1196 King
Lots of good bargains In all lines of
goods at Whitney & Marsh's clearance
unto now on. i
New spring goods arc constantly ar
riving at Hhlers. See their new silks
and wash goods. I
Tom James Is to bo Initiated by tbi '
Elks tonight. Tho minstrels will sing,
Tils caso of Ilosla I'avao, chargctl
with profanity, wns today nollo prosd.
by County Attorney Douthltt.
Island chickens arrive every Satur
day from Raymond Ranch, Maul. Tel
ephone 464 early If you want them.
Remember Miss Ulunt's stercoptlcon
lectorc on Japan tonight at the Kin
dergarten rooms by Portuguese church.
The quo warranto case of tho United
States against Registrar Mcrrlam will
come up beforo Judge Dole this after
Tenders for constructing a tonchom'
cottago at Walluku, Maul, aro called
for by tho Department of Public
Will be Discussed In Communica
tions to the
Ah Ping, charged with selling liquor
without a license, today withdrew his
plea of not guilty, pleading guilty In
Ktend. Scntcnco was suspended for
With a cargo of 3100 tons of coal
for the Naval Station, the ship llrenn
arrived In Honolulu yesterday. Sh
was 127 days from Cardiff, and had
good weather almost all tho way.
Rorao unknown person entered the
building over J,ho iiomo of tho Japancso
Consul and stolo a watch and chain
and 50 In cash from his secretary last
night Tho thief has not yet been cap
ured, 0. K Rose of tho I'ollco Department
who has been confined to his bed for
two and ono-half weeks with a caso of
bronchitis, was out today for tho first
tlma. Ho doparted on tho Manna lx.i
ror Maul, whvro ho will try to regain
Ms health by a chango of location.
John Kcpa was compelled to explain
to Judgo Whitney today In tho I'ollto
Court why he hnd assaulted a Japan
ese. The Court decided that if ho would
pay all the costs of the case, amount
ing to (3, It would be sufficient pun
The Oospcl Mission has removed
from the Wavcrlcy block, Hotel street,
to tho larger store oo Kort street near
ly opposite the Club Stables and next
door to the Island Meat Market Tho
usual scrvlco will bo held tomorrow
evening nt 8 o'clock.
Considerable Interest Is being
nroiuod In Honolulu over tho Inter
national Exposition that Is to bo, held
In New Zealand, beginning November
1, 1906, and ending April 15. 1907. It
will bo nt Chrlstchurch, ono of the
leading cities of the Island.
SiiHitr lists as follows are nwaltlug
shipment on Kauai: K. S. M.,- iwv,
V. K., 1000: Diamond W 3S00; M. A.
K., 23,395; 0. &ll., 2500; Mcll., 23.4S5;
K. P., 3500; M. 8. Co.. 2100; II. M.,
9412; I P.. 1784; 0. F 2310; K. 8.
Co., 7774. Total 105,573 bags.
(Continued from Page 1)
fight of tho Planters' Association Is
something that It cannot help but
wago. Upon tho solution of the Amer
ican emigration question dopends tha
llfo or death of Hawaii. From tho
standpoint of local Japanese wo sin
ccrely hopa for Iho planters success,
and that thoy mnko this tlkht so vigor
ous and Iniprcsslvo that another labor
snatthlng-awny boat nover again will
-ocic thesn shores.
SnyH tho Ynmato of February 26th:
"It Is reported that Mr. Yamamura,
tho agent of tho extra boat, Olympla
und all those connected with her, nrc
closely wntrhed by detectives. It can
bo seen from this how vigorous a fight
Tourists, one and all, go away with
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.
JJtV" nifjV afc .-AW -IZBWWsVm 4H
Jewelry of every description.
Wc do it in a careful, pantstakiiig and
Wc make a bjccialty of repairing fine
If jour costly timepiece ii out of order
firing it to tu nml wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Macy-Wernecke 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. They are fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prices are' moderate for such
high class goods.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
, -3p v
To the Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Having been appointed 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 tne 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 933 Fort street.
The modern contracts issued by the Mutual Life, offer larger
guarantees than do those of other companies.
THE COMPANY FINANCIALLY UNA88AILABLE.
Remember that, with alt 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 $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. 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 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 & Co., 932 and 938 Fort St, Honolulu, T. H.
Proposals will bo received nt tho of
fko of tho Superintendent of Public nounds net.
Worki, Honolulu, T. 1I until 12 o'clock Tho palal to bo freshly mado nml He
rn, of March 19th, 1900, for construct-1 itvereu in goon conuuion anu securely
Ing a threoroom toother's cottago at packed In tl leaves.
Walluku, Maul. T. II. Tenders to bo based on tho supply
1'lann. gpcclllcatlons and blank forma 0"u """ V'"ul i'r A""""' lu .uu
of pioposnl may bo obtained nt theof- Jicnjcrca as oruciu.i uy mo auponn-
tif.A nr thA a (-1 uuni nr iiiiidin wnrira .viinvmi
nn,i win', CAri wnh tW srhool Arnint!' . Tho f?nlractor must specify whether
U-M1,. .Mn.il ri- ,hll. n .lnnn.lt f hO SllOl! dellVCr tllO palttl (1) At I
er..nnir,M,iiir.i;!.w,iriiiiinwlii!inrU.!.,ement or (2) f. o. h. Htoamcr or, the Plnnters' Association Is waging
funded Intending bidders nfter they'") nt tho iuing specined by tho with all IIh powers against tl.a Ai.gra
imv, returned tho plans and spec.flca- fZTo begin within the first fi'vnmato of February S,.,:
I HnLT wfih 1 eertmo ban approved sureties, satlslactory to tho , take tho boat. In Koim those who
nh,l5,r of Hca1"1' col"'lllonc' for ,h0 had mado plans for permanent settle-
i. V IZo, onllV endorsed faltliful performance of tho contract. mcnt ha gold out their coffco plantn.
.", l"yt-JTZU0t?Cnt T"" ""?":. J '!.. S"""1"!?! .". H- m order 10 go to Seattle. This
.;:'," ;rLv- .l"'.:i ; L'1 -Aini.0 oxnmplo 1 nulllclent to eon
1.1.1'Ell HB'n'LKJiBWT. yliico nnyonu of tho harmful effect of
ThO Iloaid Of Health reserves tho niiirlni? pmlerntltm In Amorlrn. hv
right to purchaso taro from Walkolu 8(r,,IR a fatal blow at tho root of tho
Valley, Molokal. and docs not bind It- japanno Interest here. Not only those
BVIl III uct 11'fc I11U lunuoi ill liny uiu.
THE llOAItD OK HEALTH.
Uy Its president:.
3320-31, U ,E. PINKHAM.
tnge. Maul." and delivered previous
to 12 o'clock m. of tho day specified at
ho olflce of tho Superintendent of Pub.
He Works, who reserves the right to
reject any or all bids,
C S, HOLI.OWAY,,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T II., March 2nd, 1906.
Is the very best made and It 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 soli the work. Kee-Lox
gives the greatest number of mani
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
The Finest smoke
in the world.
Lewis & Co.,
169 KIJNG 8T. TELEPHONE 240.
ed roetViUw. i
tha prlct of
rt i test
No. 1, I1.SS
certain sixes of crushed
future will be as follows:
per cu. yd.; No. 2, 91.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord Sr Belser
dr. j. t, Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24),
the Alexander Young Building. Houret.
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Ale
snder Yoang Hotel, Telephone CailCs
Makes Flesh and Strength for Slok and
ti br mnklna (Irons, rich red blood.
checks dltentehr aMnKIOu etrangth to
retltt It. Sold br Drwsu.lt '. 70 cts Mi.
or 3 botes for ex., or mm. -a on receipt vt
Tha Weekly IMItlon of tho livening
Ilulletln gives n complete, summary of
tha nowa of tho day. For SI yer-
Brio. Write ua about Horns Treatments
R. BOSANKO CO.. Philadelphia, PSk
Weekly Bulletin SI P" ve,r-
AT 2 P. M. OPEN TILL 11.
QUEEN ST. cor. EDINBURGH.
Use of 8katcs, 15c. extra.
Band Sat. Night
TEMHTOUY OP HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu.
poor fellow, cnrrled off by tho wordy
wheel of tho emigration agents, had
their llfo'H plan upset, but, on their ar
rival hero, they must fnio thu planters'
violent countcr-attnek, and tbn chauron
aro that they will bo drawn into the
whirl and play thu rolo of a second !ol
lar, which occurred hero last year.
In ro Dissolution of tho Hawaiian- ,ot , , ,)(J ,e(, ,ndcud
Chlneso Konn Coffco Plantation. I.lm- ,.Tl0 Ion ()f'tno pllHtoril
vJ.V .1 ,t. 11. mi.... trr. 'hear It, Is Hint thoy aro qulto helpless
Whereas, the I awallan Chlneso Ko- f , , ' ,, now
na Coffee Plantation I. raited a cor-, carrle(, ,h lir Bt(.amBll,
poratlon estnbl shod and oxlstlng un- b , ' ,h , h, , ,
derandby virtue f ," finish against tho labor-snatchlng
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to .. . . . nA .
ff ?no,Csa,da cCrTtlon! fc ? " "" wo1
a0, ru.reur.a'w? lh0rCt " ' "A-.y! as ao.lniinary. the Plan
Totv. her2?o 0, noUcoTs hereby glv. If' Aksoclatlon has sent circulars to
en to any and all person, that have ' V?1 f "'r. """"'' ;,?"'
been or aro now interested in any man- - " ,w r---- -.--
ner whatsoever In the said corporation, oi'nc'. tho campaign to a op Jho oml
that objections to tho granting of tho Bratlon. Their lively act yltleu here
said petition must be filed In tbls office after deserve to be cnrefully watched,
on or before 12 o'clock noon on tho I "Under tho circumstances wo give
30th day of March. 1906. and that anyltho general warning to tho biethicn
ncrson or ncrsons desiring to be heard. not to have anything lo do with tho
thereon must bo In attendance at the
offlcd of tho undersigned, In the Cap
itol Dulldlng. Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, to show cause, If
any, why said petition should not bo
A. J. CAMPDELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, January 23rd, 1906.
3288 Jan. 23, 26, 30; Feb. 2, . 9, 13,
16, 20, 23, 27; Mar. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16.
second play of tho Dollar.'
The BUSINE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the 8aturday 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. Evening Bulletin,
75e per month. Weekly Bulletin, I
SI P"- yr.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
Ee W. Jordan & Co., Ltd
v 1137 Fort Street
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