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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II,, WEDNESDAY, MAIICII , 1906.
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 14. 1906.
C Brcwtf ft Co
Fm Pt.flt.tlM CO ii.
Hawaiian Artkuttur I Co
.., Haw Com a. Surjac Co. ,
Henry Wntcrhouse Trust Co., Ltd., ' iiotiomu Soar Co... .
as admlnlatrator with the will an- I notions offf
loxea oi me late v. 11. uornweu tor v:w..vTL,...r.i.. r
.he year ending January 5, 1900. The' xihai Plantation Co LM
report flleif by W. Ilr Sims as master I kSSS sfSV"ir '"
shows that Iho administrator wns eml- McDryd.5.iirr Co
uentty successful In the management Canu imtar Co .
Onkal. Sn.ar Plant Co
Olat Sutai Co U4
Paauhau Sotar Plant Co
pacine satar m .n.
Plantation uo ,
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Hon R T h L Co Cos -
Mutual Tartphona Co -
uariu khl km
Hon. B.M. Go
Haw Taf 4 " lUra CI
naw itr 4M pc
.. SgiWligIiM!l!MIiIliiIii!)!M!.(;()m)y JJJJ
V 1WT -I- r. . t, a r5fo SAYS REPORT
$ w Mens Tan ProsDcctnf Boots: namsm& m .
. H.SffB&vor .iv i it iiini iiiiimrrv name of stock
$ B ibd.dVMQH nu'tg 15 wtLL HMUUU
t 5 tvto enrr? llM0 f rzr
.- wawxt ,T w ww-w lAM4i.WW m juuge i.musay mis morning miuweu
'. f''? or? rTnrtnri rtn tt.r Vf'STA i the second annual accounts of
V' 3 BLUCHEP FRONT W7 !
17 Inch High Lee jr 5
A PRICE MIX A S
k. -irm m.
.aR. yj( "Vi vjssupr' 9i tho testator.
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2S FORT STREET
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Before housecleaning treat
your kitchen to a
Then, when you do clean, you'll have
the satisfaction of knowing there will
be no dust, no ashes, no coal, no kind
lings, to make It untidy,
' Gas-Ranges and Water Heater
sold by dealers and
Honolulu1 Gas Co.
Music at the
' KAIMUKI. -
FROM 2 TO 5 P
Don't Miss1 It
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns, Also
Qrass Matting. Dig Stock. Low Price,
Coyne Furniture Go.
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and I.5Q a week
IIS HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT ST.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nowg of tho day. For SI a vtr
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
Hao Tnr'l aK P c
Haw Rov a c .
Haiku Sufir Co opc
Haw Com ft Sos Co pc
naw &ojrar i.oop c
HltoR k Co Con S DC.
Hon R T ic L Co t p c
OaNu R&LCotpC -OahuSuo-arCotDC
. uiaa ausar uiapc
of the Cornwell ranch, which, accord
tng to the will, should be run for a
period of five jcars after the death of
That the management of the ranch P' Piantatioi
business has been so profitable as to ' ElKi'Mm??
enablo the estate to nay off a lnrco Waialua An icuitural Co
IT,1 .l " ri'Ki.;
..oo, . o.iun.. u; .nu iwiuniiiB .vtiiio waiOianilO 30f t UO,
of the report: "The conduct of tho, Watanat miiigo ...
ranch business of Maul as shown by I , .LiK.. n c
these accounts has been profitable and ( Hawaiian Bctric Co -
Is, creditable to the business manage
ment of tho administrator. Dills pay
Pbte, 17,450.00, represents payments of
notes secured by mortgage and person-
pi collateral, which existed at the In
ception of the trust." Furthermore,
$2000 had been paid out on some lots
Ily tho accounts the administrator
Is shown to charge Itself with
(28,310.65, the principal Items bclnz
flMlS ll. sales of cnttlo nns) calves;
ranch rent. S2.C69.T0: sales of woo.l.
S1.07O.4C; mortgago of Ilerctanla street
premises to Cecil Drown nald In by the
WAIIitrn llnian an Ini'Mlm.iil rn fn, I Paia Kiani LA
......v... -nu.... ....VO....V.. ww., " I ..r -....,. -. --
nccount of Kate Cornwell. 12000; nnd ' w,V."u7tic o6p T-1
nuio vi j-nii lantin, aiKiKi 10 a . Mcnyrjo
mo auminisiraior nsKs 10 do anoweu
tO-01f!l! Mn..ntln, VM.Inii. ,lla.
T-v,w.w,wu. iijiumtuiih .....wua ..!-,
Lurscments of which the principal ones ... , ....
are as follows: llanch expenses.' "'".,u"r lm""ni "' "'"i
,3351.85; Interest. 11740.30; Inxei.iQ'' c8-75 per ton.
11107.31: rents. $1791.75: lecnl cx-l
pcnpes, S1I12.25: W. II. Cornwell. I
51831.12; bills payable, S7450; halnncj
paid on Kalmukl lots. 42000; adminis
trator's commission, (2642.18.
LOCAL AND GENERAL '
White steam outos, Stockyds stable.
A gold watch has been lost. See 8t1
After skating, tako homo an Oyster.
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
The bark Mclanopo will sail tor
I'tiget Sound Saturday for orders.
Good men are wanted to tnke up de
tective work. I'or particulars see ad,
Tho I'acldc Mali liner Siberia Is duo
next Thursday from Oriental ports for
Sales Between Hoards
lua, 01. Session: 5 1 I. S.
N. Co, (120.
MITCHELL .WANTS HIS TAX
.Continued from Paae 1.i
llbcllant owing to n Judgment which
had been entered In the District Court
In favor of Tax Assessor Holt. On
rcb. 2 the attachment and garnish-
SUGAR, 3.4375 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 6d
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND DROKERS.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEQOTIATED.
'912 FORT ST. 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 you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs tht attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT:4ROUQH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
"y SPAVIN CURE V
Oceanic Lodeo No. 371. F. & A. M '
w III hold a meeting this evening. Work
In tho first degree. I
Tho greatest embroidery salo ever at
tempted will begin Monday morning
at Saclm Dry Oooils Co:
St I.ouls College Alumni Association
will meet at tha College hall next Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock. I
Kltig up 461, Haymond Itanch Meat
Market, and order nice fat Knhlklnul
beef and young cal; Island chickens
A dance will bo given Saturday even
ing at San Antonio hall, Vineyard
strceL Music by Kaal's Olco Club.
TlcUcto 50 cents, nt door.
Henry May & Co. have received a
fine selection of fresh frulla and vege
tables from California, which aro now
ready for Inspection.
The steamer Mlkahala, with 000
bags of Kckaha sugar, arrived In port
this morning. Sho reports tho bark
Edward May sailing for San Francisco
lost Sunday with a full load of sugar.
Tho report of C. M. Robinson, tho
New Vork -park expert. Is about com
pleted and will bo presented to tho
Hoard of Supervisors cither at Its reg
ular meeting next week, or at a special
meeting to bo called at an earlier date.
It will also bo presented to tho Promo
The old original Hawaiian royal
standard, a' magnlllccnt largo flag,
whlih bears tho royal coat-of-arms on
'he national colors, was this morning
dug out from amid tho dusty recesses
of tho Capitol garret. Jamie Wilder,
who recently returned from t'arls, In
tends to paint tho Interesting relic.
Tho directors of Kahtiku plantation
yesterday granted a four months' leave
of absence to Manager Andrew Adams,
who will tlslt the mainland, leaving
here about tho fourth of April. Tho Ka
huku directors elected Frank II. Sic
Stockcr to tuko the placo of Mr. Adams
during his absence, and Mr. McStock
er will go down to Kahuku at once.
HO'i E .' ARRIVALS
Following wero today's arrivals at
tho Young Hotel from the Manchuria:
7.. S. Spalding, Mrs. J. M. Sennl.Mrs.
W. II. Miller, E. T. I'arsons, B. M.
Walsh' and wife, Miss Marlon Walsh,
Dr. W. C. WIL 11. II. Wordcn. A. C.
Spring nnd wife, Mrs. J. E. Havcmey
cr, MlbH A. I Havcmeycr, Miss A. F.
Joncs'j. c. Olll niul witc. ll. u. kiock.
slcm and wife, J. It. Truo and wife,
Mrs. M. M. Van Dunkirk, O. Da Man,
Mrs. It. E. Flsk, E. A. Wilson, Mrs. I..
A. Whltmorc, Miss Jennie Whltmoru.
N II. Holdon, A. J. Norman, J. a. Man
uel, Mr. Stcdninn and wife, Miss Hoon,
Miss Monmg. T. Wilbur and wife. Mr.
Klstlci; M wife. W. M. Mcrrlam, W.
McDorioWn, A. Aman and wlfo, Mrs.
J. D. Itcllly, Mrs. 11. A. Stevens, Mrs.
J. W. Cummlnga, Dr. M. Samuels, II. C.
Dcnnlson, E E. Orldlcy. Mrs. Kaymoud
I'almcnberg, Mr. Mandcll and wife, tho
IS BEER WEATHER
There Is nothing cools so quickly or Invigorates so as a good glass 5
Is an Ideal summer beverage. Its flavor Is Incomparable ard It la a
pure as It can possibly be. If you haven't tried It, order a case and
find out how good It Is.
Jewelry of every description
Wc tlo it in a careful tnnihtakitiL' and
e make a speciaitj of repairing line
If your costly timepiece is out of order
bring it to us nnd wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
"The Old Plantation"
This Leautlful new Hawaiian song
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD,
ODD FELLOW8' BLDO.
A Life Income
The Best Legacy
Manufacturer 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 contlnuou Instalment plan.
My daughter Is but eighteen years of age, and"thl contract
guarantee 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 weuld last her through
her entire lifetime. IPS""-
The Company's liability under thl form of contract might be
$50,000 or possibly 70,000, if my daughter should live to be a old as
some fo her ancestor. Your very truly,
ISRAEL W. MAR3HALL.
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks(mado. 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
price are moderate for such
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.
Beware of Imitations
The great success of "Save-the-Horse" has Invited the usual num
ber of substitutes prepared for and expected to be worked off on
the Innocent by unscrupulois manufacturers and dealers.
Savo-the-Horse Is made only by the Troy Chemical Co.
' BINGHAMTON, N.' Y, formerly Troy, N. Y.
There Is no other remedy In cxlstenco and no other treatment that will pro
duce such marvelous cures. Horsu can bo worked as usual. It leaves no
scar or blemish and does not destroy tho hnlr.
Our WRITTEN GUARANTEE Is a Legal ABSOLUTELY BINDING CONTRACT
Head tho following nnd you will understand and npprcclnto why.
Utlcn, N. Y November 15, 1905.
I havo a very handsomo maro sired by Jowett's horse Itochoster. Sho Is
15.3, ten year old, 2:40 natural speed. Five years ago sho was lamo with
spavin on left hind leg. I cnlled at your New York agency In Chambers
strcot nnd had them express a bottle 01 "Sove-tho-Horso'' to Utlca. After six
weeks nso tho spavin disappeared, and sho hag nocr tnkon a lamo step
since About this tlmo I purchased a flno mnro called Sitka, by Kentucky
Wilkes, bred by tho lato Uq,ubcn Tower of Wntervllle, N. Y record 2:34 1-4,
trials on half-mllo track In 2:25. About two years ago sho dovcloped a
lamcncstt In nlgh front anklo. Tho maro was blistered nnd lator fired and
turned oat during summer of 1904. Later my man tried two dirrcrcnt propa
rations with no benefit. I asked our druggist, Wm. B. Uunkor, to send for n
bottlo of "Savo-the-Horse." If )ou keep a record of sales you will find Bun
ker's name in February or March, 1905. When received I had it used accord.
Ing to directions, and I havo used her ever since without a flinch or lamo
stop. I nm glad to add my testimony and considering whnt it has dono for
mo, what I navo written seems mine, uui 1110 iwi "i " '""'
very aincciy yourij ur.uuur j, nr,i.iuu.
"Save-the-Horse" Permanently Cures 8pavln, Ringbone (except low Ring
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoe Boll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
a lameness without scar or loss or nair. norse may worn as uiuti.
, . . per bottlo. Written guarnptoo as binding to protect yon ns
$0 KJVJ the best legal talent coald malto It. Bcnu tor copy nnu uuok
let Scores of letters to confirm and convince Send for copies. Absoluto
and overwhelming evidence and certainties as to tho unfailing powor of
"savthellorSe." Beware of Substitutes nnd Imitations. "Savothe-Horso"
Is made only by ...--k4.,-.
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY x
D'NTrado1sruppileNd by the Hobron Drug Co''and)thorif'olllster,Drug Co.. Ho
tolulu. . 1
UNCLE JOE CANNON.
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
also likely lo mnko permanent tho op
position of Mr I'ujne and other House
leaders, who strongly championed that
The mini rtf-frnt of the 1'hlllpplno bill
reflects much credit on Mr. Hntch and
H. Hackfelil & Co.,
The Finest smoke
in the world1.:
Lewis & Co.,,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 2t
The Smith Premier
Smith Premier Typewriters are
honest, full-value typewriters. Pur.
chaser of Smith Premier Typewriters
iheothcr aMe fl iuer." whoo'd Z leTXmTcl Z
passage. It ought to luntnnslrato clear- h"eJh rt ?)" u. ?0IhinV
y to everyone Hint legislation In Con-1"" b -" "' ""i" monSv
rn rnnnt i.n Kf.i-itr.vi memlv l.v the 9n of men' .material and money.
-- .. ' . .: A MINIMUM OF FRICTION
rcromnienilatlon or even tho most earn
est efforts of tho President.
In this case, tho l'hllipplno bill was
mnilo a direct ntlmlnlstrution measure.
and all of the President' Influence wnif
axcrtcd at every stage, secretary Tnft
besides taking a ship load of Con
gressmen tn tho Philippines for this
jurpono, has devoted weeks of personal
effort to tho hearings. Both tho com
mittee ihalrmen wero partisans of tho
bill; mill yet it has failed of passage,
MAXIMUM OF LIFE.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.'
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
In the face o; such facts, It need not I Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho nows of the day. For gl a year.
Owlno to a change In the prlc o4
certain sires of crushed rock, price li
future will be as follows: No. 1, I1.5S
per cu. yd.: No. 2, $1J10 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, 12J35 per cu. yd.; no. 4, 14
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 hat 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 & Belser"
dr. j. t. Mcdonald
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21.24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hour!
10-12; 24; 7 8. Residence, The Al
tnder Yoonq Hotel. Telephone Cslli
that order was
ment were released and another affl. Judgment on which
davit for attachment an.hgarnlshment mudc. purports 10 uo a J"".:'" '"'
filed with which the inteMsland Com- h recovery of certain Incomo and
nanv was served and again on Feb. 17. poll taxes assessed against the libel
TooY. rfurther o'rder w!s made by tho iVnt. and that ho has ever slnco 1900
nistrict Court directing tho llbelleo to been employed as a seaman, 1 ves and
nav Into the court the $39 on account
of the aforementioned Judgment.
1 Mitchell show that he was never
served with tho affidavits of attach
ment and garnishment, but that thoy
vfere served only on the steamship
.....,,,.,.. o, 1 thni tho nnler command
ing the company to pay the 39 Into tho interest and costs,
....... Mnn without nntlffi to
Mitchell and without giving him on on-' MT Fine Job Printing at the But
portunlty to bo heard. Also that tho le'.'.r "'"e.
boards on the Mauna Loa and has no
residence on land In tho Territory.
He shows that tho retention or nis
money and tho refusal to pay Is with
out authority and against his will, and
that there Is now duo mm mo sum 01
$39, for which ho asks Judgment with
110 n matter of surprlso if our rovenua
Mil falls of pnsMigo, at this session.
Yet wo nro determined to lenc no
stone unturned to bring such liitluencu
:o hear through our friends In tho
ilouse, as may yet bring us sucicss for
.his hill in spite of the objections to It,
is spKlnl legislation. I
Kansans Get Together.
'Iho dinner ghen to tho Kunsas del-'
'-gallon Inst week In Iho namo of Mr.
Case nnd .Mr McClellan, who are for
mer Kuusans, proved an excellent op
portunity lo miiko now friends for our
bill und for Hawaii, The Kansas mem
bers, after listening to the main facts
presented, expressed themselves
strongly In favor of our bill, and nt
least oiin of them has slnco personalty
urged Us passage to Speaker Canunu.
Tho 20,000 for filling Quarantine Is
land, lias now been appropriated and
is made Immediately nvallablc,
I am today sending to members of
tho Commltteo on Territories and to
tho House, leaders, a summary of tho
lads presented beforo tho commlttocs,
together with pome arguments to show
their application to tho pending reve
nue bill At tho proper tlmo a copy nt
this summary will bo delivered to every
member of the House, and Senate.
The confirmation of Judge Ilobln
son In the Senate has been delayed on
account nt tho old disputo ao to wheth
er appointments of Judges In Hawaii
shall bq reported by tho Judiciary Com
mltteo nr by Senator Foraker'B Com
mltteo. 1 am hopeful, however, that
tho mutter will bo closed up bciforo
this Utltr reaches Honolulu.
Very truly yours.
Delegate (0 Congress.
Washington, March 3, '06.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Makes Flash nnd Stronath for Slsk sua)
hi br .making irons, rlon rod tttooak.
checks dlauMhy llnacou trwnariiB ar
r.alat It. Sold ti Drunk W. 78 at m bo.
or3boie.lor 2,,orml. -d on reowlpt M
Brlow. WritwusatboutHom Tratma.
St. BOtANKO CO.. Philadelphia.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to lopk at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
W Jordan ,8c Co., Ltd.
1J 37 Fort Street
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