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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY. MARCH 12. 1906.
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Mclnerny Shoe Store
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 12. J906.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtwir ft Co .
Ba Dl.nt.tlnH C& ...
Hawaiian Attlculrat I Co
Haw lom at augir i.iu
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Hooomu Sugar Co...
Honokaa Su(U Co
Haiku Sugar Co.
rhnlnl Plantation CO.
Klbal plantation Co Ud
Klpahuiti sogar l-o
Koloa Sugar Co
Another wall from Weeding Kona
has reached Honolulu, This particular
ono Is directed to the Acting Governor
and comes from Samuel Webster Kaal,
an ancient resident of South Kona.
who, whllo attempting to havo an ap- kiii
tillcntlnn for a llnllor llrman ilnnlnil.l KlM
manages to get In a slap at the Kona MctwaTo'rjrC
nnllrn nlithnrltlna Thn InMn, ia.u .a r.aht, Su, Cm .
fnllnwii Onomaa Sugar Co......
IOU0WB. Ookala Sugar Plant Co
My Dear Acting Governor, out Sugar Co Ltd ,
, Hon. A. L. C. AtklnBon. oioi Co.;.mj
Aloha nul oo:-lf I am allowed, as 'bVI.m'. mm "!
an old resident of this district, I deslro' p' Plantation Co ....
to ask you that my request hereunder. E21?m?hK c "
be accepted. Waialua Agricultural Co
."",". " Slz p?,Ic'Uob f K.wong :sss:k s
u...A u. n m'iuui utvuoc Kuia inuru, walmanalo bugarljo.
liiu uul UI1HK to no IS IO rCIUSO 11 IOr. waianaa mmuo
the following reasons:
inn saloon is very close to. my
house, about thirty feet moro or Icbs,
in icis pari or Kcalla.
Hearken me, because If tho applica
tion of this man Is urnnted. It will
trouMe myself nnd mv fnmllv. I hnvn .
nlno children living at the nroscnt HawTtt ac IFiraCiJ
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umc, nvo 01 mem attending Karoolia- n,. TmTiKi c,
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InUi-UUM StaanN Co
Hawaiian Elactrlc Co
Hon R T L Co Cowl -
Mutual Tdaphona Co
uanu K L ioM
Hllo Hallroa Co
Hon. D. t M. Oo,
m&ha Hr-hnnl. Tliirlno' vnrnllnn It Haw Gov t B c
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.
coma u.il.. ... r ..
soo men drinktne. talkliur,' HiwConliSiif Coim
.looks bad when my children
flirtittntr iin.1 .Hat it .kin M V. .1a. Hat Surif Co BBC
b u uioiuiuiiik uu aiuvii uii ;. r. " l
nlhor. . T , nlMn.iu i.i -v.". ..i '!" "'"" "V t-
...0( ..wu nMo.au duiu iUAi i I HOfl K 1 SLUBpC.
no Kn in rin in inm nninnn 1 Knukti iiim ttto d c
And tho worse thing above all oth. S,J?.S"t.V-1 -
... i. 11..1 .u- ,.-.!..., . . t--jjr.""""j"'.vr?
.-io in iiiuL uio x-uiiL-u uujjunnieni naa wiaa aucar .g o p c.
no rower to control. Tho com no. "I1'"'V"""'"
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ciecuon is uciag tooKed upon by tticm . w.iaiua Ar k Co 6 p c
tor incir gooa.
.My prayer Is that my request b
I am your obedient servant,
(Signed) 8. W. KAAI.
Kcalla-uka, S. Kona, Hawaii,
March 7, 1006. '
HILO AWAITING ENTERPRISE.
(Special to The llultclln)
Hllo. March 10. The accident to tho
Enterprise as It was entering tho bay
at San Kranclsco is felt hero as a direct
misionune, mo tmerjiriso is this
town's coast boat and any break In the
boat's schedule, apt to be caused by
tho accident, would make unmeasure-
nble trouble for shippers. Outside of
tnis, tbe crew are nil well known here
its was the man kilted, nnd many peo
ple arc anxiously waiting details ol
LOCAL' AND GENERAL 2""'""''
Sales-Session: 10 Klhcl, 3.124;
60 Haw. C. & S. Co.. $60; 23 Haw. 0.
& S. Co.. $60.50; CO Haw. C. & S. Co,
$S0.G0; 10 Onomca, $26. ,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.4375 cents,
or t68.75 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.4375 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3 3-4d
Tiiielen & Williamson
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
Music at the
" KAIMUKI. " -
FROM 2 TO 5 P
Don't Miss It
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Matting. Big Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Watch and Jewelry Club
,1.00 and 1.50 a week
J. A. R. Vieira&Co.
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nowa of the day. For SI yer'
M, W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
"The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERQ8TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You havs real aetata you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
. hustling agents,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUOH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
BUHIEDS 10 PlAY
WOOD 8TAVE AND 8TEEL PIPE
' FOR THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
White steam alitos. Stockyds stable.
After skating, take homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafo.
Lutted's Taro Hour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co. and C J. Dny & Co.
Reward is offered to tho finder of a
lady's Hawaiian dlmo belt. Sco ad.
Tho Nebraskan sailed for Kahulul
at 5:30 yesterday afternoon.
An experienced boy for wrapping
counter is wanted at N. S. Sachs Dry
Goods Co. j
A young man with fair education is'
wanted for a good position; address P. j
O. Unx A, Walmca, Kauai, I
The Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Ventura is duo Wednesday
morning from San Kranclsco.
Assistant Harbor Master Tripp Is
still very sick at his residence and his
condition, is regarded ns serious.
Tho Hoard, of Equalization will meet
at the tax office, Honolulu, Monday,
March 12 and everyday until tho 17th.
Ilalnlcr Dock IJcer. tho great spring
tonic, Is now on draught and In boltlo
at all bars. Order a caso lor noran
St. Patrick's Day will bo celebrated
by the Ancient Order of Hibernians at
in entertainment to bo given In the
Bids for furnishing tho Territory or
Hawaii with 1950 feet of 30-Inch wood
stave and 8460 feet of 30-Inch steel plpo
are asked for. Seo ad this issue.
Tho Hoard of Equalization held its
first meeting this forenoon. All tho
assessors of tho different tax division
have arrived In town to attend.
Tho big freighter Arlzonan, with
6,700 tons of sugar, sails for Knanapall
tomorrow, whero sho will load 1,000
tons thenco to Kahulul, Hllo and Dela
K. V, Parsons, employed by the Hoi
lister Drug Co., yesterday rescued a
tourist In danger of dronnlng, having
Cone beyond his depth near tho Moana
I'ler yestcrdny nftcrnoon.
The Pacific Mall Stcamshp Co.'s
liner Manchuria Is duo from San Kran
clsco on Wednesday morning nnd tho
agents will probably despatch her tho
samo night, for tho Orient.
Scaled proposals for constructing n
steel brldgo on short cut road, Kolou,
Kauai, are asked for by the Hoard of
Supervisors. Address tenders to C. II.
Swcctscr, County road Supervisor, Li
The two sons of Kclll Mnkanoi aro
being looked for by tho police, They
ure said to liavo taken their aged and
Invalid mother from tho I.unalllo
Home, made her sign over her proper-
'y to them, nnd then deserted her.
A brush flro In Palolo valley last
night threatened tho forest. Forester
Hosmcr was- notified at 7:30 by Kor-
cstcr Haughs. Men were nttonco dis
patched to light It. Tho flro started
on Ed Stono's place, homestead 1C.
Two of his children had been playing
In tho brush with matches. Shortly
after midnight Chief Forester Hosmvf
announced that the flro had been beat
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Dabbltt has received advices to
tho effect that the recent Kona storm
did considerable damage to school
property on Hawaii, The veranda of
tho school In Watplo valley was blown
off. At Mnknpala the veranda of tho
teachers' cottago was detached from
the house, and at Alnakea tho kitchen
of tho teacher's cottage was blown from
Its foundations and tho carriage houso
IS BEER WEATHER
There Is nothing cools so -ulckly 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 yeu haven't tried It, order a esse and
find out how good It Is.
Jp) aSfa1aafer---aiSaMaSaSsssaMS-- --irfl&fllV
lr A. 4vfJJiTr Jewelry of every ucseni
V.'c do it itt n careful, painstaking and
Wo make a ticciaUy of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is ottt of order
l'nii(j It to its nnd wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE DLOCK FORT STREET
A Life income
Manufacturers of ManIJa 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 thla contract
guarantees td her 1,000 at my death, and $1,000 per annum as long
as sho lives, and to pay not less than twenty instalments even If sho
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.
Ize, 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. Mfr!"-'
The Company's liability under thla form of contract might be
$50,000 or possibly $70,000, If my daughter should live to bo as old as
some fo her ancestors. Yours very truly,
I8RAEL W. MARSHALL.
Mario Correlll's wonderful romanco
of how a woman (alls in lovo with tho
man who Is In reality her husband and
whom sho believed to bo dead, not rec
ognizing In tho changed man tho sup
posed corpso deposited In tho family
vault, will bo told In u striking man
ner by that ronsummatu actor, Illclmrd
Iluhlcr, and his talented support, at
-ho Orphetim this evening and again
tomorrow and Wednesday nights. In
placo of "Thrca Hats," previously an
nounced. Thcro has been a great de
mand for ccrtnln plas nnd ns tho Huh-
ler people are hero for only two
weeks more. It la no simple proposition
to choose tho best from n bunch of
nlays. all of which are good. However,
the management has decided that tha
popular call for another Correlll clramn
must bo given Immediate attention and
to "Kablo Ilomanl, or Tho Vendetta,"
ono of Correlll's best, will ho presented
for Iho first three nights of this week.
Ulg houses nro but to bo expected, for
this great romanco Is one that has
thrilled the world.
Proposals will bo received at the of
flee of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o'clock
m. of May 1st. 190G, for furnishing the
Territory of Hawaii, 1950 feet of 30'
Wood Btavo and 84SO feet of 30
Steel Plpo for tho Honolulu Watct
Specifications andblank forms ot
proposal may bo obtained at tho olllie
of the Asst. Supt. of Public Works, for
which a deposit of 15.00 Is required,
w,hlth sum will bo refunded Intending
bidders nftcr they have returned the
Proposals will not hn accepted un
less submitted on tho bla,nk forms fur
nished, enclosed with a certified bnnk
check for Two Thousand II2000.0U)
Dollurs In n scaled envelope endorsed
Proposal for furnishing Wood Stavo
nnd Steel Plpo," anddcllvcrcd prev
ious to 12 o'clock in. of tho day speci
fied at the ofllco of tha Superintendent
of Public Works, who reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho option of accepting tho
tenders on the double rlvcttcd steel
plpo or the lock bar pipe, as both will
not bq required.
C. 8. HOI.I.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T. II., March 12th, 1006.
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
price are moderate for such
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINQ ST. TELEPHONE 2401
The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Oldest In America. Largest In the World.
W. A. WANN, District Sup't.
932-38 Fort Street Honolulu T. H.
On Saturday afternoon the last
league "sockcr" football games wcro
played and tho Diamond Heads and
Punahous aro tied for fourth place,
each with 9 points to their credit. The
Diamond Heads defoai-il tho Y. M. C.
A. and tho Punahous beat thu iolanls,
the scoro being 1 to 0 In each gamo.
Doth games wero hot and pleased the
big crowd at the baseball purk.
The teams were as follows;
Diamond Heads -1- Ooal, Chilton;
backs. It. Clark. Orune; hulves, 01a
son, J, Clark, B. Desha; forwards, A.
WUIIami, E. Kornandcz, George De
sha. 8. Chllllngworth. J. !!. Klddes.
Y. M. C. A. Goal. H. V. Dcardmore:
backs, Turner. Macaulay; halves,
Haley. Dixon, GUI: forwards, Martin,
Oss, Uobblns, Spalding, Waterbouse.
Referee H. n. Sinclair.
Linesmen M. Simpson. H. Ilalley.
Punahous Goal. Lo On; backs. Ful
ler, Sopcr; halves, Irving, McCorrls
ton, Lowrey; forwards, Cooke, Cock
burn, J. Catton, II. Catton, Pl.ll.
1 lolnals Goal, J. Kca; backs. Mon
Yin, Harrison; halves, Morse, K. Kol
lett, Mahaulu; forwards, Macfartano,
J. Anderson. L. S. Illackman, J. Woo,
Referee P. T Waldron.
Linesmen M. Simpson, II, Bailey.
NOTICE OF BOARD OF EQUALIZA
In accordance with tho Provisions of
Section 1230, llovlsed Ijiws, T. II., tho
Hoard of Equalization will meet at
the Tax Olllcc, Honolulu, on Monday,
March 12, 190G ,and will bo In session
every day from 9 a, m. to i p. m uuiu
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office. March 12, 190G.
Tho final standing of tho teams was
Punahous . .
Y. M. C. A..
The O, & O. S. 8. Co.'s 8, 8. Coptic
anchored off port at an early hour this
imornlng from Yokohama and Oriental
ports.. Owing to tliere being a rasa oi
smallpox on board, tho vcsspl wui
placed In quarantlno at outsldo anchor
ago and passengers rigidly quarantin
ed. No contact between tho passen
gers and tho peoplo on shore was al
lowed and evcrytinng on uoaru was
thoroughly fumigated, At day break
tomorrow tho Coptic will como insmo
to tlid chnnnol wharf and 'discharge
carrfo but no one will bo allowed on
board or ashore. Sho sails for San
Kranclsco at noon tomorrow.
"There Is only ono caso of smallpox
on board," said Dr. Cofcr of tho United
States Marino Hospital Service, "nnd
wo have removed all passengers dentin
ed for Honolulu to tho Quarantlno Sta
tion, whero they will remain for somo
tlmo until all fear of Infection Is re
moved, which will bo several days. Tho
passengers bound for San Kranclsco
will remain on board and be disinfect
ed." There aro 3G4 Japancsa In tho steer
age and two first-class passengers Jor
1Y LISTS Will
BY AID OF THE AN6ELUS
the business man who has no time for
tho tiresome drudgery of learning mu
sic, may como home and enjoy1 the
piano, and play whatever mutic ho
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 possi
bilities of the ANCELU8 Is to make It
Impossible to be contented without
one. You can never realize what a
nrlcctess notsesslon a piano Is until an
ANGELUS stands beside It, to open all
Its marvellous musical possibilities j
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUMG BUILDING STORE.
Tho Wcokly Edition of tha Evening
Bulletin gives a comploto summary of
the news of the day. For SI veiiri
Owlno to a chancre In the Dries of
certain sizes of crushed rook, prices In
future will be as follows: no, 1, 1.03
per cu. yd.; No. 2, 1JB0 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2J5 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tha
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
pmctlcally tho prleo of white and
making It available (or 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,
the Alexsnder Young Building. Hourat
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, Tha A Is-'
nder Young Hotel. Telephone CallJ
nukes Flesh and 8rnth for I
ai by making strong, rxjn n
raalatll. Sold brDruns , 7oib noa.
nr s hniH for S2.. ormaLU On reoalptof,
w. writ uaabout Home Traatmant.
DOSANKO CO.a Philadelphia Pa
Points Iolanls, 8; Mallcs, '13; Puna
hous, 9; Y. M. C. A., 1; D. Heads, 9,
Klrc destroyed the makal end of the
flooring of the roller skating ring on
Ounen street nt 4 o'clock Sunday morn
ing. The department prevented the
blaze doing further damago. A force
of carnentcrs wero miLto work yester-
Iday and tho rink is In shapo again to
day. It la thought tho flro was tha
'work of an incendiary.
The jurors for the next term of the
Circuit Court will be drawn by tho
Jury Commissioners on March 17. Tin
Judges arti preparing lists of persons
on tho present Jury list who have been
found to he disqualified. Tbe extreme
wretchedness of the work of tho Jury
Commissioners Is amply demonstrated
by these lists, in judges lie noit aim
Robinson's courts alone thirty-seven
persons wcro found to be disqualified.
The Jury Commissioners are lo sub
stitute new names In the places of these
n.nnn. In nnlAi- thnt thA u-nrll nT
,tn ..m.rlM uilll Ita Iftfta niininprait liv
tho defects ot tho Jury lists next term.
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,, Ltd
U 37 Fort Street "