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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FIUDAY. MAI1CII 9, 1906.
Mens .Tan Prospecting Boots
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
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 j jt
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
NATURE'8 LIVING AND
8EE HOW THE WORLD
More wonderful than the
greatest painting became Its
figure are alive and moving.
And stilt more wonderful be
came the mott beautiful colore
of nature are concentrated In
their mod gorgeous ehadei.
The Camera Obtcura Is fas.
clnatlngly Interesting and every,
one should see It.
AT THE ZOO
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO aind 1. SO a week
J.A, R. Viei
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT 8f.
Tbe Weokly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
,tho nows ot tho day. For SI "''
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lsnr -i "nrinnfiiiriJVirVTflirriflift"'"flTl"'JjmT
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Mattfng. Big Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go.
M. W, McGHESNEY & SONS,
"The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERQSTROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
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An elaborate bannuct was given last '
night at the Mouann by the members
jf the Promotion Committee to Jhc
Jrcgou Journal party Covers had '
... Inf.t ..H tta-nniL'.fn.ta nt n In. . '
Jble. slmtly but artistically decorated
with whlto and red chrysanthemums. '
For the guests there were Hawaiian'
fans, beating the word "Aloha" ns
souvenirs of the occasion. J. A. JIc
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lame anil v. uarucy ni inc oincr.
c. I, Spalding proposed the toast to
the visitors in n few words. Mrs.
WnnthfilTA.! rntnnnilml In ho Iiaitnl
genial vein. Sho and the young ladles ,
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wan ncr wiaocu 10 inanK inc memuers
nf Ihl! Prnmntlnn rnmrnlllu Thl
was not a mere matter of formality.
ok v awHviV aoo.aoo.v
but an exifresslon which came from the
heart. They stay ot the party here had
nccn made so pleasant that each onu
of Its members wished to be a twin or
a triplet so ns to be able to multiply
bcr enjoyment. As It was they would
need a new unabridged dictionary nil
filled with new ndjectlvcs to express
their feelings, as they had already used
all the old ones over and over again
In describing tbo Impression which
tbo charms of Hawaii made on them.
Mrs, Wcathcrrcd further remarket
that there were n couple ot things
which tbe Journal party expected to
work for on Its return to the main
land. One of these was to have tho
volcano set aside as a national pntk.
A railway from Portland to Honolulu
would nleo be a nice thing, but ns that
was Impossible, the ladles would boom
'.he plan for a direct steamship line be
tween these two points and to encour
Jge the development of commerce be
tween the Islands and tho northwest.
J. A. McCnndless said Hawaii should
no thankful to Oregon for sending so
.uany beautiful young ladles here. He
sxpectcd that Hawaii would return the
:ompllmcnt by having ten of her young
ncn follow after the girls to Oregon
and bring them back to Honolulu ut
Those present at the banquet were
is follows: Mrs. Wcathcrrcd, Mrs.
McCandless, Mrs. U. I. Spalding, Mrs.
C. .Smith, Mrs, U. C. Illakc, Miss
Florence Hcavrcn, Miss Molly Procb
itd, Mies Kmlly Crosson, Miss Klflc
M. King. Miss Dertha Courtemnnchp,
Miss Katie E. Nash, Miss Kdna Pa ra
cy, Miss Una Waldron, Miss Dlnnche
Drown, Miss S. Madlgan, E. I. Spald
ng. J. A. McCandless, F. C. Smith, H.
.'. wood. A. aartley. F I. Waldron.
i H. Tomklns, It. C. Mathcson and
U W. Kinney.
You buy or Mil 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 needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 812 FORT ST.
You may live well despite the fact that the Lenten season is
here. We have at present an excellent assortment of fish of all
sorts, to which we would call your special attention. Tho assort,
BLOATER MACKEREL, SALMON BELLIES, COD FISH,
SMOKED HOLLAND HERRING, SALMON,
SLICED SMOKED HALIBUT Jin cartons), '
SPICED ANCHOVIES (In kegs),
and a very complete selection of
Retail MAIN 22.
KONA NEWS NOTES
(Special to The Bulletin)
Holualoa. Hawaii. March 9. F.
Mcstockcr has been In Kona to pro-,N. Koomoa of the former police force
mote the new Biigar plantation, I In Thcro Is talk of a few moro "Itenubll
has purchased nil tho available prop leans' who ure soon to Join tho parly
crty of tho old plantation and Intend.,, In question. ..... , .
.hortty to proceed with tho pluntlr.rt Dr. Atchcrly declares that the state
.(...'.in jin-fi, u-nnn ment III the llulletln of March M
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Mr Mcltao. who formerly worked lorii'aj'iiiB "o imeuus ,u run ca .-.ur-..
MnamM,..,. in Knu. nrnomnaiiltiil visor In tho coming election. Is utterly
the Matter In looking over the ground
of tho new plantation. It Is rumoriM'
that If any manager Is appointed nn
would be tho man. .Mr. jiciiae anu
family will be n welcome nddltion In
Kona has for somo weeks been Biif-
ferlng from a drouiht until the night
of Kebruory C when a welcome down-
pour disturbed tne sleepers unuer ineir
roofs, continuing at
Intervals for twenty-four hours,
llob Ovcrand, who has been In Konu
for some two months or more, Investi
gating the new plantation lamU for
fur. jm.oiiA.rici, is m i" u. i
return to Honolulu on account oi nil
Mr. David Alawa and family are lu
Piina. They are attending the quar-
torly Sunday school gathering nf the
ir ir TJnWn nn nf Honolulu
expected to be the future pastor forrtrunt land In Hllo.
iVia MnUiinlknnn. nnil Kohanalkl !
churches In North Kona. Ho will fill
a long-felt want.
i Tim Hon. Jessie Makalnal. renresent.'
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 9. 1906.
PaJJ LlntS. BIJ
NAME OP STOCr
C Brtwtr At Co i
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Honoa Smv c
Hallrt StrAf L.O
fSS'S-K.'.", c. Clm
mpanuiu sucar co ...
calm bat at Co
9?k"Sy P .'
Paauhatl Sagar Plan! Co
Pall Plantation Co .
Prptakao Sugar Co
wanmu izu up ....
Wllluku Suzaf CO bet
Walmanat feuf ar Go-.
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InUf-Ulanl SuanN Col
Hawaiian tlKtrle Co
Hon K T ft L Co Coa
Mutual Ttlfthono Co
uanu kil uo. .
Hllo Hallfoad Co ,
Hon. U.AM. Go
naw itratt pc
Haw Ttttl aU p c.
Haw Gov jpc- ..-
Haiku Suff 6 Co (pcJ
naw uoai a 3uf to s PC
njwaurar uoopc ..
Hllo HR Co Coo toe.
Hon K T Si L Co 6 p c.
Kaouku Plant Co 6 p c
wiaa autat uo o p c.
Pala Plant Cn
Piontar MIIIICo lac
ok uryoa . w
gates IJct. Hoards: 100 Hon. II, &
M. Co., $23; 100 Hon. I), & M. Co.. 125;
10 Hon. 11. & M. Co., $21.50. .5 Wnla.
lua, $61; 25 Walalua, $C1; $1000 O. It,
& 1.. Co. Cs, $101.50. Session; 5 Hon.
D. & M. Co., $25.25.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.4379 cents,
or $68.79 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.4375 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3 3-d
. Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Membera Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
I Evening Bulletin 75 1 per month.
& Co., Ltd.
Whotesale MAIN 92.
Two former memlicrs of iho North
Konu Hcpubllcan Club, Joined tin
Home Hule parly on February 2Gth
These were I)r Atcherley and Capt. J
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1 om) tlmo after tho Republicans
.have made their nominations.
A new club for young men Is bclne
considered. The members nro nil to
bo voters and the name to bo "Ko ola
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Tho jury In the Drown-Spreckcls caei
vesterdav afternoon returned a. venllrt
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1 favor of Drown on all points, after or. W. Crawford, C. M. Tal and U,
"" inn nre nuurs in ut-niK-raiiim.
Tbe case has now lasted six years and
tliree months, tbe final hearing lastlnf
i over ,our weeks, The suit was for ttw
poesion oi a piece oi vaiuaoiyc WttJ
Congressman Olmsted, of Peunsy.
vanla, expressed this opinion: "It
takes a man about four terms to fa
mlllarlze blmscll with) his office."
White steam autos. Slockyds stable.
After enjoying n skate call at tho
Cobweb for refreshments.
The schooner Ijivlnlii and stoamur
Moknlil are being cleaned on the Mar
Mr. Jno. Chalmers has been appoint
ed district flro warden for tho district
of Ilnnn, Maul,
The harkentlna Irmgard sailed lor
Ban Francisco with a full load of
sugar this morning.
The stenmer Nchraskan Is cxncctetl
from'San Francisco this afternoon with
two days' later mall,
ltlng up CI, Itnymond Hanch Meat
Market, and order nice fat Kahlklnul
beef and youngiVeal; Island chickens
The new Knllhl-nacnn school sitj
was yesterday Inspcctetl by Superin
tendent Ilabbltt, accompanied by land
scape (lardcner Iloblnson.
Tho I.. A. C. will hold their monthly
meeting tonight nt (he San Antonio
room at 7:30 p. m. The president
wishes nil members to bo present
Oct your fish during the Lenten sea
son from Henry May ft Ca Your at
tention Is directed to the excellent ns.
sortmem which they tinvo nt present In
Henry Dccklcy, accompanied by his
mother and a trained nurse. Is at the
Volcano House recuperating from a
fever with which be was attacked In
Honolulu scvnrnl weeks ago.
Tho Onhu Hallway Company Is pre
paring to release somo of Its Inter
mediate leases to I.wa lands to th
plantation company, with, n view to
getting settlers on tho lands.
Last night, at tho Thursday Club
of tho Y. M. Ii. A., Mr. Uw of the
Itoyal School read an address prepared
by Mr. Jlowen, who was unablo to br
present on account of his health, or
"Tho Choice of An Occupation."
WHAT THE COAL 8TRIKE
Means to the Country and the Great
Famine That Will Prevail If Present
Plans of Miners Are Carried Out, will
be told In
Judgo Do Holt today sustained tho
defendant's amended domurrer tc
plaintiff's second amended bill ot com
plaint in tho matter of Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Co., Ltd.. v
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.. bill fni
Tho Cobweb Cafo. corner Alakea and
Queen for a cold drink or hot supper.
When you want films or plates do
vcloycd bring tbem to Honolulu l'lio-to-Supply
Co. We touchthem up and
remove detects such ns spots. The re
sults nrc more satisfactory than by tut
ordinary rough and rcady processes
wo carry Kodaks and cameras or evert
The Mauna Loa was unablo lo make
landings at any regular Kona port ex
cept Kallua on account of high seas
running In. The heavy wind ot Tues
day and Wednesday abated. Knawa-
loa, tho old landing In Kcalakekua
Hay, was used to land Napoopoo pas
sengers- for tho first time In years.
An entertainment for tho purposo of
raining funds to pay off Indebtedness
on Illlo's Moohcau pavilion, will be
given In tbo latter part of April at the
Hllo Armory under tho auspices of tbe
Hoard ot Trade. Tho committee hav
lug tho arrangements In charge nro N.
U. Campion, I). K, Mctzgcr, J, Castl
itldgway, u. Alfonso and Hums A. Ly
Huti-I-aml Agent Williams returned
from Honolulu Friday, from a consul
tatlon with tho Land Coramlssloi.il
rolatlvu to applications for right of
punhaan leaso on lo" acres of tho up
per l'aaullo lands, Hsmnkua district,
sultablo for production of tobacco.
The lands aro now being advertised,
mcauwniia the applicants. Messrs
Krrtsrhmar and i)ouRlns, tobacco CX'
pcrti) from the mainland, hnvo gnno to
llnmukua to arrange for starting to
bacco sceil beds. Thcso men havn had
wide experience with tho plant in vn
rlnus tnlmcto countries and pronounce
that rnlt-ed In Hnmakua equal t ho
best grown anywhere. Hllo Tribune,
Hllo, March G. Sixteen now iiinm-
bcrs were 'Initiated by Court Mauna
Kea, 8804, Order f Forcstnrn, at their
hall Monday evening. After the Inltla
tlon ceremonies all adjourned to the
lmnn.uct tables, wbcru thu following
toasts were responded to Chief Hanger,
V. H. Ileers, presiding nH toastmas
tur: "Ancient Ordor of Forestry," 11. F.
Schneii, I'. C; "Our Now Membera,"
K. A, Lyman, Jr.; song by Kamelm
mehn quintet; "Court Canities," J. A
M. Osorlo; "Trip to Volc-ano," J. U,
Smith; music; "Advice to Olllcors," 0.
F. Alfonso; "Tho Acting Governor," N.
V. Alull; song, by quartet; "Tho Vn
Idont." W. A. Fitter; "Fraternal Socle
ties," Dr. Hayes; music. OtheiH re
sponded with Impiomptu romarlm and
songs, About soventy llvo mcmlinin
wcro present. Tribune
A gun club Is tho latest ovldcnco of
tho Oriental taking up of Caucasian
customs In this city. It was formed at
a meeting hold at tho Honolulu Hard.
warn storo last Wednesday night, anil
hears Iho name "Oahu dun Club." A
site on which tho shoots will bo held
has been leased In Palolo valley, and
traps for tho shooting of' clay pigeons
aro expected to arrive from tne main'
land In tho near future.
The following officers wcro elected
for- tho new organization: M. C. Ama
na, piesldent; Knloy Chang, vlco pres
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ident: ll. blng took, secretary u. m
uai cjnang wero mane a commuice un
rules and by-laws. Tho club bss a
membership of about thirty persons,
but Is expected to Increase It U not
limited to Chinese only, Tho members
Stat.) that tho purposo of the club Is
mcroly one of enjoyment, and that It Is
uot actuated by any ulterior motives,
fafjr- Finn Job Printing at tht'But
There Is nothing cools so quickly or Invigorates so as a good glass
Is an Ideal summer beverage. Its
pure as It can possibly be. If ypu
find out how good It Is.
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
very modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prices are moderate for1 such
H. Hackfeld & Go,,
BY AID OF THE ANGELUS
the business man who has no time for
the tiresome drudgery of learning mu
sic, may come home and enjoy tne
piano, and play whatever music he
likes, Instead of listening to the hum
drum of the children practicing, or the
repetition of a few pieces badly play
ed. To once know the power and posl
blllties of the ANGELUS Is to make it
impossible to be contented without
one. You can never realize what a
priceless possession a piano Is until an
ANGELUS stands beside It, to open all
its marvellous musical possibilities at
Hawaiian News Co,,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
llulletln gives a completo summary of
tbo nows of tbo day. For SI VMr'
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E W, Jot dan & Co,, Ltd.
. . 1137 Fort v Street
fe- . -" -eVMBtaM
IS BEER WEATHER
flavor Is Incomparable ard it Is at
haven't tried It, order a case and '
S Jewelry of every de.vcripi.ion.
J c tlo it in n careful, pnitf.tal.iMt; and
rc make a sjivcialty of repairing fine
I f our costly timepiece is ottt of order
lnti it to us mid we will treat it skill
fully mid scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVfi BLOCK FORT STREET
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, 11.33
oer eu. yd.; No. 2,rlJ30 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, S2.03 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,
msklng It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior,
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours!
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Alax.
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Maken PJeth) nnd Stroncth tor Blok nnd
sei by maklnpx stronst rloh red blood.
IMlntlt. Ookl bDruiW k,70ctDbOI,
or3Misfor $2..ormal. -don receipt c4
Brio. Writs uantMMJt Horn Trauimivnt.
RtBO0ANKO CO.. Philadelphia Pay
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