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EVENINO nULLETtN.MJONOL.ULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, MAItCH 17. 190ft
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 17. 1906.
LOCAL AND GENERAL l
3K Mens Tan Prospecting Boots: rR333eIsw MP
55 2fcW U ses LIltlMllILil VlllllM
ssr: i wu auLt-s iia ,
17 Inch High Leg
A PAIR &2.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
NAME OF STOCK
C Rrcwtr & Co w
' Ew Plantation Co ...
HikiIIu Aitlcultur I Co
HiwCon & uer Co.
Hawaiian bugar Co .
Honomu iuf it Co... .
Honokaa buraCo .
Haiku Sueur Co. . ..
Kahubu flanmlan Cfld '
Kltitl rinnilon Co LU
At n meeting of Chinese students
held nt Mills Institute Inst evening It
was unanimously decided that the or
sanitation shnll be known ns tho "Chi
nese Students Alliance of Hawaii
Not." tin nlitnrf linlnir In nrnMAln am.I
, encourage a higher education among S.ttlsw.VcoLj.
us members in oruer to nt themselves mtHtya hujar to
for the enlightenment ami ilevclopment
I of China, physlcnlly, commercially, so
.dally "or otherwise," should their ser
Ivlccit ho required.
The following oftlcers wcro elected
lor me ensuing year: tjnas. w. Ah-
foot;, president. Miss Mnlml Knn vlrn iioi miu
president; IMw. K. Avail, recording K,l.uc",J?,l Co,
secretary; A. II. 8. Chuck, correspond, w! EX sliS c. VL
Ing secretary. Alfred K. K. Yap, audi- wimMio Oa
tor. Philip Wong, treasurer: Miss E. , "KKE'cm'OKjtfjj-
vinu jiirii rv -T
Onitnt Sufir Co,.
On Sujii CoLti -
A Gas Range
make a cool kitchen and a comfortable
Labcr-savlng Always ready
Gas Ranges and Water Heaters
Are Sold by Dealers and
H0N0LULUGA$ CO., LTD.
Piauhiu Sugtr PltMCo
pcinc :ufr,r Mm...
Pit Plantation Co ,
i Pcpkto Sugar Co
and K. s. Kong, sergcants-nt-
' tl..t.i- C,i M ".
Mutual Tcltphon, Co -
uanu k 1. uo... 1
Hllo Hailroa4 Co
lion. U.Ct M. Co
Haw T,r J c IHr, CI)
riaw icr 4 pc
Haw Ttn'l K P C. .
Haw Gv p c
llatku Su&u Catne.
Haw Com ft Sue Co J pc
riawaufi-ar uid c ...
Editor Hvoiilng Ilulletln: When I
square myself to commend Park Ex
pert Itoblnson's essay I naturally re
call an utterance of an uncle of mine
who was In the ministry. Ho once
began n sermon with the remark
ram sajs. ami 1 partly agree wltn HonHT SiL Co6pe.
htm " I Kahuku Plant Co A D t.
Yes. Inileed. let tin nrpserve eVrrv 2t,u H .lr,?
old thing Why. this would not bo Ho-' oiaaSu.iCu6pc.
nnltitn nt till in mn If ...n In llinoA f.l-f Pal, Plant Co
Inrle mmllinlna nlnim ll. n.inl U'.l. fil0"" M.in pO6 p C -
: :, , w'" ..."..r .... ... -.....- waiaiua ActicuoopC'
klkl corner of Alaken and Hotel or that McHoio
oincr iime-nonored mini stretch at the
makal end of ltlsbop street. No, sir,
these things oro sacreil to tradition;
they arc vested nuisances and Imposi
tions and must be preserved.
Honolulu, March 17, '00.
10ffl It 1-1
The Hlgashl habeas corpus. In which
tho same points are rained as In tho
Chun Hoon matter, has been placed on
tho calendar of the Supreme Court,
nnd will be heard either Monday, Tues.
day or Friday of next week. Tho
points raised are yxry Important,
namely that a defendant charge with
a misdemeanor punishable with more
than ono year's Imprisonment, cannot
bo tried without an indictment by the
Urnnd Jury and by a Jury; nnd that the
Honolulu Jail Is as a matter of fact
merely a part of the Oalui Jail or pen
Sales Ilet. Hoards- l.'.n Hon. II, &
M. Co., J23.25; BO II. C & 8. Co.. 82
BO; BO II. C. & 8. Co.. $82(50; 7S II.
C & 8. Co., 82.fiO; 32.1 II. C. & S 11 ,
182.60; ICO McUrydc, B; 100 Mcllrydo,
$5; 13 McUrydo, fS; Co Mcllrydo, B.
Session; 25 McUrydc, $1.25, S Walalua,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.575 cents
or $71.50 per ton
SUGAR, 3 575 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 4 1-2(1
Thleien & Williamson
8T0CK AND BOND BROKERS.
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 Go,
Watch and Jewelry Club
I.OO and SOc. a week
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI year.
M. W. McGHESKEr & SONS,
"The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERdSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' DLDQ.
A Life Income
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
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
BY AUTHORITYiBY AUTHORITY
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Sealed proposnls will be received nt
1 On Saturday, April 14th. 1000. nt
12 o'clock noon, at the front entranco
... !. t... it. Inn. Ilntlitlnf llnnnlnlit.
v ii. ilifri. will be ottered for salo ntU'u "into of tho Superintendent ol
Public Auction n License for a porum
twenty-one 121) sears, for tho ptlv
(leg'! of entering upon that ccr aln por
tion of tin- Public Lands known ns
Wallun. District of Ilnna, Island of
Maul. T. II.. to confine, conserve, col
tcct. impound nnd divert all tho Itiui
ilng Natural Surfnee Water produced
therefrom (subject to exlntlng esti.d
.Igh's of prlvnte parties In sueli water
ind to the lights of tho United States
Upset Annual Fee: $200.00, paynblo
annually In advance.
2. At tho sunn' time and placo there
will bo hold nt Public Auction under
Hie piovlslons of Part VII (Cash Troc
hoids), Lnntl Act. 18'JB:
Lot No. . Pukele, Palolo, Oahu
Vroi 2.01 ncres. .
Upset prke $150.n5.
Kor further particulars, apply at tho
Department of Public Lands, Judlclnrv
JAB. W. PItATT,
Commissioner of Public Ijinds.
Honolulu. Moreh 11th. 1000.
3331 Mur. H, 17. 21. 31; Apr. 7. 13.
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. -u.
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,
I8RAEL W. MARSHALL.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Oldest In America. Largest In th. World.
W. A. WANN, District Sup't.
932-38 Fort Sticet Honolulu T. H.'
WANTS SCHOOL CITY
SiipoilntcmtCHt Habbltt Is corres
ponding with ihc city school principals
regiuillng the establishing of the
school elty" here. A full account ot
the school city schemo was published
icicntly In the Ilulletln.
The school city Is an organisation
of the pupils of n school Into a self
governing bod. Tho students ele. t
from their own number a mayor, city
loimcll. Judge, city clerk and other
olllcers. ami nurt nnd enforce their
own laws. The bcIioo) elections nre
held, the first time, and the school city
government Is Installed, under the
guidance nnd direction of the teachers
and the principal of the school. After
the Hrst time, tho children do nil the
business themselves, presumably, but
the teachers still keep supervision.
W L. GUI. the originator of the
movement. Is going to the Philippines
to Instnl the system, nnd Hautmt win
endeavor to persuade him to stop over
Public Works, Honolulu. T. II., until
12 o'clock m. of March 10th, 1000. for
lurnlslilng tho Honolulu Water Works
Department with 200 tons of coal
Mirno to bo dellveied to tilt) Knllbl
Didders wvil specify tb'o brands n'
coal upon whirl, thoy tender prices.
No coal will bo accepted I hut Is not
freo from slate, dirt or other foreign
Commencement of delivery to bo
made Immediately alter tho award ol
Proposa'K mun he submitted In a
scaled cnu!on addressed to C. S.
Ilolloway, Superintendent of Public
WnikH, lloiiolulu, T. 11., endorsed "Pro
pos.ll for 2i)o 'inn of i rial.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
resorves the right to rejett any or all
i;. n. iiiii.wt a i
Superintendent of Public Works,
rirpnrtnii-nl of Public Works, Hono
lulu. Mnich IMIi, 1000. 3333-2
Sealed proposals for construct'ng
concrete) embedded steel beam brldgi
to replaco timber truss on short-cut
road Koloa, Kauai, T. II., will bo re
eclved by tho Hoard of Supervisors ol
the County m Kauai, until 0:30 a. m. o:
Wednesday, April 4th, 1000,
Plans, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting proposals, will be
furnished tipon written request, nccom
panled by deposit of Klvo Dollars
($5.00) by addressing C. H. Hwcotsor.
County ltoad Supervisor, nt I.lhue, Kn
tial, T. II.
Tho right Is reserved to reject uny
or all bids.
ify order ot tho Hoard" of Supervisors.
h nnd Strenuth tor 8lok nno
.klnsc strong, rioi rod blood,
esse by Bllnou strength U
old br DrUKsii ', 78 ot a mi
tor si., or mill, -don receiptor
STitttt to tikistmesl-tlmt
uLk. visbm nnn Ki.antin lor nica lino
set by mnklnu strong, riot rod blood.
resist It. Bold
prlco. Writ us ahout Horns Treatment
DO. B-OBAHKO co., rnnaoeipniu, r
Oahu sold nt par estcrday.
Autos for hlro nt Tcr Stable.
Yesterday's storm gave 73-100 Inch of
tain to Oabtt.
Alter skating, tnko homo nn Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
A gold chain and bluo enameled
locket havo been lost. Howard at this
Ulds will bo Invited shortly for erect
ing the two new- dormitories nt Oahu
Mr. C. J. Dny will havo rhargn of tho
10 o'clock car men's scrvlco tomorrow
Sprouted cocoanuts In any quantity
from 1 to 10,000 may be bad from II.
May & Co., Ltd.
Tho barkcntlno Coronado moved
over to tho Itnlliojil wharf this after
noon to load sugar.
Aal.i park bandstand will he Inau
gurated with n band concert at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Wm. J. Knglnnd was today granted
a dlvorco from Minnie O. Knglnnd on
grounds of desertion.
Khlers sping millinery opening will
take placo Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. March 2Cth to 28th.
Hear tho breezy lay-preacher, Mc
Kesson, tomorrow evening In tho Meth
odist church on "Promotion."
lllom will havo nn announcement to
make next week which will be of excep
tional Interest, Don't miss It.
Mr. K. W. i:crton will speak at tho
1:30 Sunday afternoon service at the
Y. M. C. A. All welcome. Supper nt
Itlng up 404, Raymond Hanch Moat
Market, and order nice fat Kablklnul
beef nnd young veal; Island chickens
New embroidered shirt waist pat
terns, trimmed with laro Insertion on
special sale at $1.00 at Whitney &.
Chester W. Itosekrnns, famous tenor,
Is n lsltnr in Honolulu, having nrrlved
on tho Ventura, and Is n guest nt the
Tho adjourned meeting of the llulld
ers nnd Traders' Kxchango will tnko
place next Thursday evening, tho 22nd
Inst., nt 8 p. m.
Do not forget the snles of real estate
March 10 and 21, under foreclosure of
mortgage Kor full particulars sco Jas.
1'. Morgan auctioneer.
A dunce will be given this even
ing nt San Antonio hall, VincyuM
street Music by Kaal's Olco Club.
Tickets 50 cents, nt door.
IMwa.i Improvement Club Is consid
ering tho opening of Young street
through Thomns Squnro as suggested
In Mr. Itoblnson's rcporL
The Wnlanae Sugar Co. has con
sented to surrender a part of Its lease
of Government land, which has been
cut off for n forest reserve.
Tho Knsh Co.. Ltd.. have Just re
ceived their now spring Btylcs of Alfrel
Ilenjamln Co. clothes. Drop In ntm
Inspect them. They speak for them
selves. Tho song festival of school chlldicn
has been postponed until May 4 and 5.
Stanley Livingston will drill tho
chorus. A soloist Is expected from the
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs re
duces tnmperaluro as much as 35 de
grees. This has been ascertained by
actual test, California I'ced Co.,
Sachs' stupendous salo of embroid
eries begins Monday morning. It will
bo ono of tho greatest economy eventr
over planned In Honolulu. Prices will
istonlsli tho ntcrt buyer.
If the business man wants to exper
ience that real satisfaction obtalnnblc
lu gmxl stout solo and durable uppers,
ho should buy 1 ley wood shoes at Man
ilfactuiers Shoo Co.. Ltd. Prlco $150.
The Itco Is a stylish, speedy, power
ful ear nnd a prlie-w Inner at every
point of the motoring game. It Is tho
car that does tilings. Tlio iteo mwii
.nnkrs good. Von Hamm-Youtig Co
An Important movement has been
Inaugurated by tbo Hoard of Agricul
ture and l'orcstry In the plan to nssUl
n forehtln.t the wnrta places of the
Territory In the Interest of tho lumber
trade of the country.
Wo have Just received n splmidl.t
ttuislgumcnt of choice olives, notable
iniotig which arc genuine, large, green
Spanish queen olives nnd Mexican Man
.aullln oIIvch both of which will bo
old lu bulk. Metropolitan Mont Co
Missed tho Mark" la Mrs. 8. K. Da
mon's subject this evening In the (los
,el Mission, KorL. street, next door to
.he Island Meat Mnrltd and nearly op
posite tho Club Stnblts 'I he sorko
begins nt 8 sharp. All lire cordially In
vited. Tomorrow evening at St. Andrew'.)
Cathedral tho Sunday menlng lecture
un tho great movements In the Chtinli
will bo riinllnvieil. The niibjwl will !
"The Puritans." and tho speaker will
l.a tho Itcv. W. K. Potwlno, who Is of
Tho oxuiilslte toilet preparations ot
itlchurd Hiiiliiut tiro famoutvtho world
over A full nssoitment of his per
fumes, fuco powders, nnd maiilcuro ne
cessities, nro innlcil by Lewis & Co.,
Limited. 100 King street. Telephone
:I0, who are solo agents for tho Hawaii
At Central Union Church tomorrow
morning, thu pastor, ltev. Dr. Wm. Mor
ris Klniiild, will deliver a sermon on
"Tho Kingdom of God." In tho oven
Ing ho will preach on "Tho Sncredness
of iho Homo." Miss Gertrudo Hall
will sing, nt tho tho evening service,
'Homo, Sweet Home."
FOR PRIMO BOCK BEER
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 palatableness and its pronounced wholesomeness.
PRIMO BOCK Is the best of all Dock 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
IT I'fJJLff iCWC
U 'gS.'iS J
try ot cvcr dc riri
We do it in a cartful. iu:iitakiitj; ami
o make a spccialt) of repairing fine
If ur costly timepiece is out of order
ltruip; it to ns nnd we will treat it skill
fully mid scientifically for you.
M. Re COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET-
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
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. Jhe
prices are moderate for such
H. Haekleld & Co,,
RICHARD HUONUT PREPARATIONS:
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLC
Cau de Quinine
Colorless, for the bnlr
Marvelous Cold Cream
Kor the skin
Violet Almond Meal
Kor tho skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin
Kor tho skin
Extreme Violet Talcum
Kor tho sklu
Tor the Anger nails,
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES.
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE.
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST., HONOLULU, H. f.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The Smith Premier
Smith Premier Typewriters are
honest, full-value typewriters. Pur.
chasers of 3mith Premier Typewriters
may be absolutely certain that tney
have the best writing machines that
can be turned out by a wise comblna
tlon of men, material and money.
A MINIMUM OF FRICTION
MAXIMUM OF LIFE.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ BUILDING. STORE.
Owing to a change In the price o
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices Ir
future will be as follows: No. 1, l.B3i
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;.
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.83
per cu. yd. ,
Wo wish to call attention to tho -fact
that No. 4 has been reduced t ,,
practically the price of whlto sancf, .
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & BeTsw
Tho Weekly IMItlon of tbo Rvonlng
Ilulletln gives a cmplcta summary of
the news of tho day. For gl a year.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
dr. j. t. Mcdonald.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
the Alexander Young Building. HouraJ
10-12; 2-1; 7 8. Residence, The Ale
inder Young Hotel, Telephone Call;
Tho Weekly IMItlon of tho Evening
Ilulletln gives n complcto summary ot
tho news of tho day. For SI yar.
I.lhue, Kauai, March 10, 1006.
A heavy nWtherly swell along the
windward .Maul coast Is reporteu uy
the steamer l.lkellkc. which arrived
from Maul ports this morning. Three
thousand eight hundred sacks of sugar
are Mil nwultlng shipment from uto
wulu the l.lkellko having brought 780
bags from that plantation. It was too
lough at McGregors Landing anil Kl
hel to take on nny cargo there.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgors
etc., manufactured by tho Ilulletln Pub
Onco again will the crowd shout IU
delight over "Knst Life In Now York,"
ttis Play of more realistic moments
limn any of Its predecessors thta sea
son. "KoBt Llfo" Is on tonight for tho
last time nt the Orpheuni Tho prlie
flcht In tho last act Is alono a big at
traction. A full hoiiso Is nsBiircil for
"Bust Lynno" nt tho inatlnca "today, a
play put on by sperfal request.
Next week's piogrnm Is ub follows- I
Monday, "Sapbo"; Tuesday. "Turned
Up"; Wednesday, "Carallle"; Thurs-
day. Friday and Saturday, farewell per-
lopnanccs at tho Opera House.
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.
11 37 Fort Street j