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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., riUDAV. MAnCH 16, 1906.
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Tho defendant In the caso of Drown
vs. Sprcckels, In which Judgo Do
Holt's Jury last week gavo a verdict
for the plaintiff, this corning tried to
upset this verdict by a motion for
Judgment for defendant non obstane
vcrcdlctu, or notwithstanding thb ver
dict. Tho motion, besides several
points already covered In tho trial,
presented the following ground:
"That tho undtsDuted ovldenrn
shows that the Hawaiian Government
is entitled to, a largo poVtlon of tho
premises In controversy as accretions
to Its riparian property extending from
me corner or Front and Walanucnuo
street to tho Oovcrnmcnt wharf, and
that tho cvldcnco for tho plaintiff fail
ed to designate such portion, and that
(he Jury failed to find for tho defend
ants as to such portion as required by
piainuns instruction 17 given by tbe
Court to tho Jury."
Thcro was but llttlo or no argu
ment presented on tho motion, which
was promptly denied by Judgo Do
BolL 8. M. IJallou, who had presented
it, noted an exception, which was al-
Tho motion for tho taxation of tho
costs, which Includes the costs of all
tho flvo trials tho caso has passed
through, was continued by consent of
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 16. 1906.
NAME OP STOCK
C Brtwtr A Co .-.
tin Hiimmon e -Hawaiian
AjtlculKr J Co
Uiw Con Si Sugar Co..
Honomu Sugar Co...
Haiku Svor Co -.
Tahtiku Plantation Co.
Klhal I'lanutlon Co lit
Kipahuiu sugar uo ...
Koioa Sugar Co i
McRrydaugar Co .
Cahu Sugar co .-.
Ononaa Sugar Co.. . .
Ookalo Sugar Plant Co
Olia Sugai Co Lti .
Paauhau Sugar PlutCo
Pacinc sugar Mill.
Pla Planlallon Co
Ptpaikto Sugar Co
Plnnf Mill Ca
Watalua AgrKtilrural Co
waiuku sugar uo ....
Walluku Sugar Co Set
Walmanalo Sugar Oo,
Walanaa Mill Co ...
InUr-lllinJ SteataN Col
Hawaiian Elaclrlc Co
Hon R T St L Co Con
Mutual TtlrphoiM Co .
Oahu KoL Co,,. i ii i
Hllo Railraal Co
Hon. U. AM. Go
Haw Ttrr'l i t c. .
Haw Gov p c
nama avgar V.O ope
Haw Com & Sug Co f IK
naw sugar uitpc ,
Hllo H K Co Con p e.
Kahuko Plant Cabdc
Kor San Francisco, ner 8. 8. Ala
meda, sailing March 28. Mr. and Mrs.
tr i tmtn.t. mi... tf..M... ,..
Dr. E. A. I-uniljr. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. S!. '?.0' 'J M.- 3
nltia, C1.G0; CO Mcllrrdo. $1: fi Hon. It.
Uahu SufftatCo 6 B
OltiSuttr Cuftp C.
KI4 KltOltO. i
Pionr Mill Co 6 p C -Mc
loa 4 lool-j
Desmond, J. H. Williams and wife, L.
v. .ticKcsson and wife. Dr. J. Forres
ter, Mrs. W. If. Miller. Mrs. C. M.
Meecrum, Mrs. Wager. Miss O. Mon.
Ian, Miss Hither, Mr. and Mrs. 11. W.
Morlan. Mrs. Ilackus and Infant, Mrs.
C It. Frailer and two children. II. C.
Klockslcn and wire, Mr. and Mrs Coo
per, Mr. Iiovcll, Mr. Itenfort, Mr. Place,
Mr. and Mrs. Duhlcr, Sir. and Mm
O'Neal, Mr. anil Mrs. II. 8. Elliott, J.
S. Utile, Mr. Daggett. Mr. Itoslkrans.
Mr. Ilcrllner, Dr. Woolscy, Mr. and
Mrs. Cory, K. W. Miller and wife, h.
Honlgsburgor, L. 3. Waldo, J. It.
Illnnk books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho llullettn Pub
o a o
Evening Dulletln'TQt per month.
& M. Co.. tl'S; IS Hon II & M. Co., 125;
26 Maw C. & S. Co., (SI .10; S Haw C. &
8 Co., 82; 70 Hon, II & M. Co., 25;
25 Klhcl, 8,25
Latest sugar quotation, 3.51 cents, or
J70.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.451 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 4 l-2d
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LOCAL AND GENERAL !
Autos for hire nt Tor Stables
After skating, take homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
tho bark Ilrenn goes to Sydney
Heads for orders about tomorrow.
Tho bnrk Mclanopo sails about to
morrow for Port Townsend for orders.
Tho bark Albert sailed for San
Francisco this morning with a cargo
of 12,410 sacks of sugar. j
Tho United States battle ship Ore
gon Is expected to arrlvo from Yoko-,
liama about noxt Monday,
The caso tor tho construction or tne
will of the late Jas, Campbell has been
set for next Tuesday nt 11 a. m. '
Sophia Miranda' Is suing Arthur K.
Miranda for divorce. Her grounds are
dcsetlon and failure to provide.
Shlo Bhoila, n Jnpnneio womnn, has
filed n libel for divorce against Tora
klchl Shoda, alleging non-support,
Tho schooner Itosamond was towed
tram her anchorngo off port last even
ing to Cleulo by tho steamer Hclcne,
The adjourned meeting of the Dulld
crs and Traders Exchange will take
I'lnco next Thursday evening at 8 p. m
The regular quarterly meeting of tho
St. Louis Collego Alumni Association
will be held at tho collego hall Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. ,
Tenders for furnishing tho Honolulu
Water Works Department with 200
tons of coal to be delivered to Kalltil
pumping station are called for.
WHAT BUSINESS DELEOATES
Told the Senate Committee When
Presenting Hawaii's Necessities, Will
Ba Published In
Thfl steamer Claudlno at 5:30
o'clock this afternoon carries tho mall
for tho Coast, which connects by tho
steamer Ncbraskan, sailing from Ka
mi nil for San hranclsco tomorrow.
Mall closes at postofflco at 4:30 p.m.
The schooner Kaulkeaoull, which
was attached at Hllo on account of ,i
libel for salvnge against her, brought
by tho Inter-Island 8.' K. Co., has been
ordered released on a $6000 bond. Mar
shal Hendry has sent a wireless (a
Deputy Winter telling him to release
Tho corporation exhibit test caso was
brought tip botoro District Magistrate
Whitney this morning, but was con
tinued until noxt Monday tor final dis
position. It has been arranged that
judgment wilt bo rendered, for the Ter
ritory against Ilcnson, Smith & Co.,
whereupon tho matter will bo taken to
the Supremo Court direct on an agreed
stntcment of facts.
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BOCK BEER Is with us again and, as usual, everyone Is drinking
It. This Is In no wise surprising, for It Is a brew that appeals to all
on account of Its palatabteness and Its pronounced whotesomeness.
PRIMO BOCK Is the best of all Bock beer, and may be drunk with
beneficial effects by young and old. The season of Bock Is limited,
however, and the nut-brown brew will soon be a thing of the past,
Therefore order PRIMO BOCK before the opportunity to obtain It Is
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A Life Income
N MAR8HALL BROTHERS,
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 ls"butelghteen ye'ars 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 llve,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. Mill Vs 1-
The 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.
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 the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
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BY AUTHORITY BY AUTHORITY
Sealed proposals Vv 111 bo received at
tho olllco of tho Superintendent, of
Public Works, Honolulu. T. II., until
12 o'clock m. of March 10th, 100C, for
Itirnlshlng tho Honolulu Water worns
Department with ZOO tons of ton,
samo to he delivered to tho Kalltil
llldilers V1 specify life, brands of
coal upon which they tender prices.
No coal will bo nccepted tnat is nut
freo from slate, dirt or other foreign
Commencement of delivery to bo
mndo Immediately after tho award of
Proposals must bo submitted In a
scaled oqelopc, nildresseil to C. 8.
Holloway, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro
posal for 200 tons of coal."
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho right to rcjwt any or all
C. S, HOI.I.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, Miirch 10th. 190C, 3333-21
CAST UtON WATEIt PIPi: AND
'SPKCIAI.8, HIM) WATBIl WOUKS.
Proposals will bo received by tho
Jewelry of every tlecniiiioii
We. lo it In n careful, jumstakiug atid
Wc make a Sijx-cialt) of rera:ring fine
. If ottr costly timepiece is out of order
lirmg it to tis nnd wc will treat t skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Superintendent of Public Works until
12 o'clock m. of April IGlh. 1900, for
furnUblng tho Hllo Water Works with
1200 lot C-liK'h cast Iran water plpo
In 12' Isngths; ncnigo weight 113 lb,
per length; all plpo to be tested to a
hyilroktntlc piemiiro of 3G0 lbs. to the
squaro Inch. Also 3-OxOxG tecs; 1
0x0x1 leo; 1- C" tot" reducer.
All to be delivered In flist cluss con
dition, I". O. U. wbnrf Hllo. Hawaii;
tbo order to bo placed by enlilo and
shipment mndo hy vessel from S.m
Tlroo of delivery Is an Important
Item In connection with this order.
Suurcssfiil bidder will flip a bond for
foOO.OO upon signing contract.
Proposals must ha enclosed In a
toalcd envelope, endorsed "Cast Iron
Water Plpo anil Special for Hllo Wat
er Works," and addressed to C. S. Hol
loway, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, who reserves .tbo
'icht to i eject sny and all IiIiIb.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
March 1 1th. lDOii. 3331-St
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The i:iks rounded out a three-night
triumph at the Opera House, lost even
ing, Thofe who were unublu to siiucezo
In at tho performances of Thursday and
Saturday evenings last, found consola
tion lu tho third night's presentation.
Thry had hcurd so much of the gieut
event that they wanted to sec for them
selves Now they have seen and are
happy, for the Elks certainly put up
the biggest thing in the minstrel line
ever attempted hero.
There was a good house Inst ntRht
and everybody was full of enthusiasm;
Indeed the opening sensation, the mag
ical appearance of tho end men, accom
panied by the proper thrill of music,
Blurted the excitement, In such a mag
netic, manner that It hud to stick all
the way through, especially since every
clever stunt but added to the stir of
There were new gags anil tne roner
skating number took with a roar of
dollght. The finale, with the buncn oi
Indians, was a consummato piece of
artistic work. Including the Klks' sil
ent toast to absent brothers, tho dis
covery Of the huge Elk figure. Bev
era) new topical verses by Howard W.
Adams greatly amused the audience.
The Klks have done much to scatter
enjoyment In Honolulu and their en
tertainments nre always (anticipated
Notlco Is hereby given that tho fol
lowing havo filed application for liquor
licenses, any protests agalnrt tho Issu
ance of thexo licenses should bo (lied
In tl Ih olllco by Friday, March 30,
K. II. Pleper llh Class, Pala, Malm.
Ah Ynt 5th Clnnx, Kealla. S, Knna,
A. J. (JAMriUSI.I.,
Treasurer. Tcrrltoiy ot Ilnwnll.
Trc-asuror's Office, Honolulu, March
13, 190C. 3330-3t
Scaled proposals for constructing
concrete embedded steel beam bridge
to replace timber truss on short-cut
road Koloa, Kauai, T II., will be re
ceived by tho Hoard of Supervisors of
tho County oi Kauai, until 9;30 a. m. of
Wednesday, April 4th. 190G,
Plans, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting proposals, will be
furnlshod upon written request, accom
panied by deposit of Klvo Dollars
(5.00) by addressing C. II. Swectscr,
County Road Supervisor, at I.lhuc, Ka
uai, T. H.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids,
Ily order of tho Roard of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. D. W18HAUD,
I.lhuc, Kauai. March 10, 1906!
, , 3329-10t '
There will ho mote "Fast Life In
Now York" by the accomplished Iltib-
ler artists at the Orphcum tonight.
and again tomorrow evening. Last
night the Initial performance of this
stirring play was received with tho ut
most enthusiasm. Tbe prlzo-ngut
fceene, townrd tbo end of tho play,
filled the bouse with wild delight. Ex
citement and hearty fun and big sensa
tions keep the crowd busy applnudlng.
"East l.ynne" will be presented at
the matinee tomorrow and Is sure to
draw big and llttlo folks In plenty.
HONOLULU MAN'S FOLK3
(Continued from Page I.)
Tho night had passed. There were
prospects of starving to death In tho
coconnut tree, or ot dying of thirst, or
of being drowned Thcro was one
chance ot rescue nnd Adams took It
The hole In tho boat 'was plugged with
tho clothing of the natives mm. with
two natives, Adams, salng good by to
the wife ho hardly expected to sec
again, stnrted to row thlrty-lho miles
to rapeeto for food and water for tho
folks left in the coconnut trees nnd on
what little pntrh of sand stuck up nut
of the water now that the tidal wave
had tomowhiU subsided The cyclono
(allowed the wave and there was every
chnnre of the natives being blown from
the small spot of land abovo water,
Mr Adams, clinging to tho tree, ue
ferred Hint' for security rather than
The faithful couianut bent In tho
rushing wind, clucking Its living bur
den again and again. Still, Mrs. Ad
ams stood more chance of living In tho
tree than did her husband In tho boat.
Imaglno trying to row thirty-live mlloi
In tho tall of a cyclone!
Eight miles out Adams nnd his al
most exhausted crew were picked up
hy tho copra company's launch.
The San Frnnclsco Examiner of
Mnrch I tells tho rest of tho story us
When tho storm was over every ono
In Papeete was under tho sad Impres
sion that tho llttlo Island of Tetlaion
hud been badly washed. It Is owne-J
by V, William., a dentist, and has been
leased to tho Mooro-Dotv Comnatir. It
Is Inhabited by fourteen nntlve work-
ment under the management of Rich
ard Adams, who was on tho Island with
his wife, on the night of tho storm
They all had n narrow escnpo from
drowning. As soon ns the sea. had
smoothed don on the Dth, II. J. Ed
warfds, the manager of the Moore-Doty
Company here, hastily dispatched the
company's gasoline schooner Ornhcna,
Captain Wlnfred Urander, with provi
sions and water to the little Island.
Very heavy swell was encountered, At
3:30 p. m, the Island was sighted. Ev
ery ono on board was anxious to sou
signs of living souls there. Their unx
lety was quickly dissipated, when get
ting closer they saw Mr. Adams pulling1
from shore In a boat to eomo aboard.
The schooner's boat was Immediately
sent to pick up Mrs. Adams and they'
were both taken back to Papeete,
where they arrived at 1 o'clock a. m.
on the 10th.
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Owlna to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, ll.c-3
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.60 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, 2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, l-SO
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tr
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of eon
crcte work, for which It Is far superior,
to any other sand.
Lord & Bersei"
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the nows ot tho day. For SI year-
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