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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., SATURDAY, MAIiCH 10, 1905.
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Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
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Mclnerny Shoe Store
DECLARED FOR HUHIO
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 10. 1906.
NAME OF STOCK
C Bfcwtr At Co
It is staled on tlio licet of authority! Hawaiian nzricuihitj Co
tlial C3tn1.nn nn.l.n ,1... ltll fffnH..ll Haw Com MB' -0. .
....... 01.1n.iN .to...., ...v i..u ......mi-, rt,w,iunSutrCo .
nn orator and leader, has declared for1 Jonoimi bazar Co..
tlio rcnomlnatlon q Delegate Kulilo,MKsj"f"..
fitlil II. I.. flolstpln. thn Knhnln Innilor Kahuku Plantation Co
linn, nlon mil lilmanlf nn mr.l In Dm lt"l llantallonCo LM
, . . .. .... - Klpahulu Sugar 1.0 ..
same effect. In fact, the Ilawallans of KoioiSuurCo
tho Island of Hawaii have for some JJcUrydoSuza'Co
time past been working to tho end of Boom.. 5"zaVcoZ7;
calling on Kuhlo to accept a ronoml'19"lSorlini C
nation. They feel that he will havo S"f.!A5,c,tM
r an absolutely clear field and that hu Paaunau sugar piarn Co
'eanuiuacv will cunranten ihn trent-th
! of the Itcpuljllcan party,
It Is believed that Delccnto Kuhlo
will In the course of a fow weeks mako
a definite announcement of his Inten
tions. If he docs not run It will not bo
on account of a lack of urging on thn
part of prominent Hawallans, who be-
llcve ho has now learned the ropes unci
Is In a better position to da good
Ladies, save your
and cook by Gas no heat,
no dirt, like the ordinary
stove. Call and see the best
makes at the Gas Company's
office in the
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
JOHN U. SMITH, EDITOR
John V. Smith has assumed the ed
itorship of the Hawaii Herald and this
Is what he has to say under tho title
foreword to tho Public."
In "butting" In to the Journalistic
field I am entering unon n new nhase
of life. Having always regarded news
paper work as a snap. I was dumfcmml
cd at the cry Uy the compositors fot
fourteen columns of "copy," when It
always seemed to me that about luilt a
column of "editorials" would bo all
that an "editor" would have to pro-
ldc. This is truly a strenuous life. I
shall do the best I can. however, and If
anyone Is dissatisfied I will do bettor
tnan thnt For my place In politics I
shall have to quote Justice Clinton A.
Oatbralth, who Introduced mo to speak
at a bnnnuct In Honolulu, lust nfter
my clcc'lon as District Attorney for
unst Hawaii on the Home Utile ticket,
Music at the
FROM 2 TO 5 P
Don't Miss It
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Matting. Big Stock. Low Price,
Coyne Furniture Go.
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and l.SO a week
J. A, R. Vieira&Go.
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT ST.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day. For SI a year.
M. W. McGHESHEY & SONS,
"The Old Plantation"
"Ills beautiful new Hawaiian
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERQ8TR0M MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' DLDQ.
I A L'fe lncile iinSni
The Best Legacy SjJpjF
Manufacturers of Manila and Wrapping Paper.
Yorklyn, Del., November 17.
Manager The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.
Dear Sir: I have received policy for $20,000, Issued to me In fa
vor of my daughter, on the continuous Instalment plan.
My daughter Is but eighteen years of age, and this contract
guarantees to her $1,000 at my death, and $1,000 per annum as long
as she lives, and to pay not less than twenty Instalments even If she
should not live twenty years after my death. The reason I am so
much pleased with this policy Is based upon the fact that I fully real.
lie, that no matter how much money I might leave my daughter at
my death I would have no guarantee that It would last her through
her entire lifetime,
Tho Company's liability under this form of contract might be
$50,000 or possibly $70,000, If my daughter should live to be as old as
some fo her ancestors. Yours very truly,
ISRAEL W. MARSHALL.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co., ofN. Y.
Oldett In America, targcit In the World,
W. A. WANN, District Sup't.
932-38 Fort Street , Honolulu T. H.
Piflflr Suf Mill.,
I Pia Plantation Co .
Ptpwkeo Soaar Co .
1 llfifitr Mill (1a
. WailjkuMlfcTir to ,.i
Willuku Sufir Co Scr
Walmanalo Mieaf uo.
Walina. Mill Co
tnttf-Islind Sttan N Col
lUwalUn Electric Go
Hon R T & L Co Com .
At 2 o'clock this nfternoon there will
tc n mooting of tho precinct captains
nt Republican headquarters on Fort
street, Chairman A. 0. M. Hobcrtton
of the Territorial Central Committee
utual Tt-lrfthono Co
Ottiu R & L Co
Hllo Pallroal Co
Hon. U.M. io
HiwT.r pc IFIr.CI)
(Uw Tttl'l K P
Hiw Gov tec .
Haiku Suru Co PC -1
i Kii,i, C06D e
HIloU K Co Con 6 DC.
Hon U T h L Co 6 D e-
In the chair, to hanillo the matter of ' jCinwko Punico c
.lllllnn ..n ,l.n .li. !-. I.l. ..-..l... . ' Qttill H S L tO 0 P C
cutting up tho districts into precincts
oi not over suu voters each
Ola bur" Co ope...
PllA Plant Co
Pionxc Mill Co 6 p c -Waialoa
io))-4 u6i 4
Sales tietw ecu Hoards: 23 Klhcl
$S: CO Klhcl, IS, 75 Klhcl, $S; 10 Ono
mea, $2. Session: 10 Otaa, $1; 10
Olnn, $1; 10 Olaa. $1; $1000 I'lonccr Cs,
$100, IS Olan, $1.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.437S cents,
or $68.75 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.4375 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3 3-4(1
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 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 ypu wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUOH WITH A RUBH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 812 FORT 8T.
121-2 C. PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came In the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
2 Lblso 35 Co
These Prices ape
Sop a shopttime only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL fp""
68 KING ST.
'PHONE, MAIN J49
hi truthfully said: "Smith Is u Dem. REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS,
ocrat by birth, a Republican by affllla-.
lion and a Home Hulcr by promotion. ' Entered for Record March 9, 1906,
This statement of my political status From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ought to satisfy tho roost fastidious. G V Jaklns and wf to First Rank of
Those looking for "rousts" will be dt- Hllo Ltd M
appointed. I snail not use tho columns Mnlaca Klntia to Hutch Suk I'lan Co. I.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
);ien Imvt lias returned from K
hala N. C. Wllfong, of tho Tax Office of
Hllo, is In town.
Don't miss A, Ulom's big embroid
ery snlo next week,
Engineer V. S. Molouor nnd Mrs. Mo-'
loney arc In the city. i
Alter skating, tnko homo an Oyster
loaf from the Cobweb Cafe. i
Lintels Taro Hour for sale by lien
ry May A Co. and a J. Day A Co.
Tho Urltlsh ship ! airport arrived In
Hamburg 1'cbruary 1C to load for ItO'
Tho barkentlno Newsboy sailed Feb
ruary 28 from Aberdeen for Honolulu
August flramberc nnd family of
Walmca, Hawaii, were passengers on
the Klnnti today.
Judge II. I;. Cooper, who has been at
Hamakua on legal business returned
by today's Klnau.
c. I). I.tiruin. tlio wnlluku banhor
arrived from Maul this morning. He
wilt return next Tuesday.
Mrs. I,, A, Thurston has rotutned
(mm n visit to Hawaii being a passen
ger on tho Klnau this morning.
Among the passengers by tho Klnau
this morning was Charles M. Cooke,
who has been on Hawaii the past wcok.
Ilov. E. S. Tlmoteo, the well known
Hawaiian minister, returned todny
from tlio confcrcnco at Kalapann,
The barkentlno Coronodo Is nt Oce
anic wharf from San Francisco with a
carRo of general merchandise for W.
(i. Iiwlu & Co., Ltd.
Tho Urltlsh steamship Cilcnfnrg pas
scd by Diamond Head this morning.
Sho Is reported Jnn. 2:th bound from
Iqulnuo to l'ugct Sound.
Dr. Mnrshall, lulling chess expert.
and Sidney M. tlnllou, local champion,
will play a match nt thi rooms of the
Honolulu Chess Club nt 2 p. m, tomor
row. Tomorrow evening nt St. Andrew's
Cathedral tho second lecture In the
Inten series will bo delivered. Tho
subject will bo: "The Reformation In
M Makeknu, Hnwallan, 22 years old,
nttcmptcil to turn In a false alarm of
ftrn last evening from llox 21. Alaken
street, below tho telephone office. He
was placed under arrest.
TIih Daughters of Ilnwall will hold
a meotlng on Tuesday morning nt 10
o'clcck at tho residence of Mrs. Coney
Richards street. A full attendance of
the members Is requested.
The Columbian Historical Novels
should be reud by every boy and gill
and by grown folks ton. 'I ho entire
set of thirteen volumes sold on pa)
ments of $3 per month at Lyon's Uoon
Kim Kynu, tho 17-months-old daugh
ter of Lyu I'au, a Chinese gardener In
Nuuanu Valley, was drowned In Nuti
anu stream yestcrdny afternoon. Tho
child had fallen from tho bank into
The following cargo was brought by
tho steamer Klnau, which arrived at'
noon today from Hawaii ports: 1
horse, fi bags coffee, 14 crates chick
ens, 22 pigs, 36 empty kegs, 209 pack'
Thcru will bo a union service of tho
V. W. 0. A. nnd tho Y. M. C. A. nt the
Y. M. C. A. hall Sunday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. Ilov. 0. D. IMwards
will speak on Tho Diamond Kule. Men
and women arc Invited to attend.
Mnleka Mokuahl has filed a suit for
15,000 for mallilous prosecution agnlnst
Kulukiilunlanl. Tho plaintiff shows
that tho defendant had her criminally
prosecuted on n charge of malicious
Injur), but that sho was acquitted.
Mr. T. K Lynds, tourist, of St.
Joseph. Mo. can u dinner ut the Mo
nna hotel last evening to Mr. A. (iurt
ley. Mr (leo. lllnke. Miss N. C. Hlnkc,
MU Illake. Miss .Mire Jones nnd Mt.
A Lewis, Jr. The lllakcs nro from
Cedar llnplds. In.
Acting Governor Atkinson had decid
ed tu lnivi) the famous I.nlialimlunn
water question, hleb has been tho
ruurrp of much trouble, diinlly decid
ed. For this purpose ho has directed
Superintendent of l'nbllc Works Hoi
lowny to go to Lahalna tu look Into
When you wnm films or plates de
veloped bring tbeni to Honolulu Photo-Supply
Co. We touch them up and
icmovo defects such ns spots. The re
sults arc more satisfactory than by Hit
ordinary rough nnd ready processes
Wo tarry kodaks nnd cumcias of ccr
S. M, Damon will build an addition
to his business block on Ilethcl strVt,
bdlow King. The Government Iioh of
fered for salo fldrty feot front of its
property nt the turner of Ilethcl and
and Merchant strpots. Tho upset price
of tho property has Ticen placed nt
1 1 n Mtiaro foot.
Tlio following sugar Ih awaiting
.shipment nt lwall plantations: Olnn,
U.400; Wnlnkou, fiOilO; Hawaii Mill,
1300: WalnnKu, 1100; rcpeekeo, l
800; Hakalau. 8000; Laupabquhoo. 7,
000; Ooknla, 4400; Kukalau. 30000; Ha
malum, 12,440; I'anuhaa, 7300; Hono
kaa, 4000; Kukullmele, 1500.
The Globe Clothing Co. on Hotel
street, for a number of years past bus
held n grand clearance salo to Bhnrc
the year's prosperity with their cus
tomers nnd Induce new people to doul
with them. This year's salo 'will beglit
Monday, .March 12, and will contlnu
for two weeks. The reduction In
prices Is liberal and may bo found In
their ad, page 3.
Christian Church, corner Alakea and
King streets. All tho regular services
tomorrow. Illblo school, 9:30 a. in.;
preaching, ll n. m, and 7:30 p. m.;
morning. "Tho Divine, Struggle"; eve
ning. "In Your Drothcrly Kindness
Supply Love." Jun. C. K., 9 a. m.;
Sen. C. K-, 6:30 p. m. You are cordial
ly Invited to any and all services, 0.
D, Edwards, pastor.
The ship Ilangalore, from Norfolk
with coal for tho United States Naval
Station arrived In part and docked at
IS BEER WEATHER
There Is nothing cools so julckly or Invigorates so as a good glass
is an Ideal summer beverage. Its flavor Is Incomparable ard It Is as
pure as It can possibly be. If you haven't tried It, order a case and '
find out how good It Is.
n S. 4vfJrrfis Jewelry of c
1L flV-J Wc do it
til a careful, luiti'takitisr
Wc make a spedalt) of rcj air:ng fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
lirinj; it to tin and we will treat it bkilU
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK .... FORT STREET
Macy-Werneeke 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
LV ,II.ANTATiON .Till
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
BY AID OF THE ANGELUS
the business man who has no time fo;
the tiresome drudgery of learning mu
sic, may come home and enjoy the
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 posal
bllltlcs of the ANGELUS Is to make II
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 al
Hawaiian News Co,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Bvcnlng
Knltctln gives a complete summary of
tho nowa of the day For SI v"r'
The Finest smoke
in the woririhj
Lewis & Co.r I
169 KING 8T. TELEPHONE 240'
Owlna to a change In the nrlce o
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices lr
future will be as follows: No. 1, 11.31
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $130 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $13
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has been reduced t
practically the price of white sane
making It available for all kinds of co
crete work, for which it Is far superlo
to any other sand.
LopcI & Belsep
OR. J. T. MCDONALD,
Office RCMOVED to RoonK 21-1
1 he Alexander Young Building. Hour
10-12; 24; 7 8. Residence, The All
inder Young Hotel. Telephone Cal
Mako Flosh nnd Strenath for Slok
ox by makliiB strong, rich rod blot
choaks dloonoo by Kiting tou otrontrth
reolot It. Sold by DruRKrt s, 78 otsab
or 3 boios tor S2., or mal. -d on roootlp
prloo. Writo uo about Home Treatmo
OR. DOSAMKO CO.. Philadelphia
',,,cnIr,l?r7hT,lVspuVvco, Konmkft to "meh 8,,K riMz
Bhall try to build up, further, Its rpu Co '' llancnlnro wbb for some time at Mon-
.... ....... .ri, ..in... an. i mnn. r.ii a nn. n , i. tint . Hannioro was lor some time at iin
Hon for truth Tho editor nnd man
ager of tho Tribune are my warm, per
sonal friends and former schoolmates,
nnd I sincerely hope our friendship
will be brightened by Journalistic riv
alry, JOHN U. SMITH.
Ookala Sug Fltn Co to Moses Tola
pola I'ar Sur
l',n...tn In .IIuIkau. .,ltt nnmn a A rn
fcwt..i.u (1. uinit.D. .,,.(, utu n.t.u
" i which was not extinguished until Jan.
,.. !... '..v..'.... ji. .!.' '2th, which shows this vessel must
Mrs, Scrappy "ou must admit that ., ., , , , ,,.
polygamy Is all wrong." . Mr. Scrapvy nolH,,. 8ho ,' u. 151 dayB from Nor.
"Yes; no mnn should have a dozeu
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
wc ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
R W. Jordan & Co,, Ltd.
. 1137 Fort Street
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