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EVENINO BULUSTIN, HONOLULU, T. If.. MONDAY, MAI1CH 19. 1906.
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
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17 Inch High Leg
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Mclnerny Shoe Store
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU,- March 19. 1906.
NAME OF STOCK
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Hawaiian Art loillur Co
Hawaiian Suzai Co
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Honokaa SufJ CO ..
Ham Sttai Co..
KahOni plantation Co
Klhal Planutlon Co LtJ
Klpanulil Sural Co
Koloa auf ar l
OapiM Sugar (
Honolulu la a prlzo much to bo dc- SKnJuPuiia,'
sired and Is rapidly gaining In rcputa PJ" s,"' Cs LU ""
Hon as such. Trips to Hawaii, ns first PaauhaoSuzarpiMtCs
prizes In newspater popularity con-1 p.i. pianuMon Co
tests arc evidently the rage. No soon
i uanu aui
. .. I ... . . . . . . PlnnM,MlK.D
er r.as nonoiuiu censcu io sneu tears W.iaiu.AnicuiiufaTCo
at tho departuro of the Oregon Jour- Waiiuku Suzar Co
nals girls ihnn there comes tlio an
nouncement that this city and theso
Islands will ngaln become tho chief
award, this time In an "educational
contest" gotten up by the Mercury and
Herald, two live newspapers of San
The Snn Joso Mercury has tho fol
lowing to announce:
MERCURY AND HERALD 'TEACH.
A Gas Range
make a cool kitchen and a comfortable
Clean ' Economical
Labcr-savlng Always ready
Gas Range and Water Heaters
Are Sold by Dealers and
HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD.
Waltuku Sural Co Sr
Walinaa Mill Go
InUr-HtanJ Staan N Col
llaoall.ii Elacttle Co I
Molual Talapnona Co
Oahu H at L Co
Hon. U.flM. Oom.. .
Haw Tarr'l aK p c.
ER AND PUPIL EDUCATIONAL HawGjvjpc-.
pEOINNINQ MARCH 1st AND END-
inu may low.
$5000 In Prizes to Be Distributed
Among the Worthy and Deserving
uikaf Co. 6p e.
Haw Com k Sur Co s pc
WawSor.r Cotpc ....
HlloR R Co Con 6 pc
Hon R T k L Co 6 p c.
Kahuko Plant Co i.e.
Oahu R t L Co p C -I
uanu outar uapc
OltaSutaf Co 6 pe.
1 ... -r..u... nu. ..j ni.i. .. Pa a Flant(.o ,
- ' . .:'.. 7 u. .. . P.on.tfMIIICo6pe
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
I I 100
Santa Clara Valley, Consisting of waiaiua ApicCoopc
Vacation Outings, Rrhnior.hlP MtDryJa
n,ai;t0IlVtrLViySrl"J!; 0 I 8alCs-I)ot. Boards: 260 Honokaa.
PLAN OP CONTKST: Jho San m60 8c8lon: 100 MclloMe, J5.50:
Joso Mercury nnU Herald will unlto lu 75 McUrydc, tS.BO; 5 Hon. 11. & M.
orfcrlng prizes to bo competed for by Co ooj.is- io Hon. 11. & M. Co., 25.
tho lady teachers of any and all public 25. 6 tIon u & Mi Co., $25.25; 5 Hon.
and prlvato schools, and any dcscnlng n & M Co 5.25; 110 Kind, $8.25.
uuu uiiiuuiuua wii.iti v.isu" UI atiiivu
List of Prizes for the Lady Teachers.
1. A trip to the Sandwich Islands
via tho Oceanic S. 8. line to Honolulu.
Hound trip ticket from Honolulu to
Latest sugar quotation, 3.55873 cents
or $71,175 per ton.
Out of respect to tho memory of tho
VoUa'VKnauerLes'lds ' vcrkl ' Albert Uaas, news of who.odeah
short sldo trips to Pall. Punch Bowl,w ;.c.c.c'"uf Snn;roTrf..v
Mnonnl,,. llollo InMmlln.. hnl.l no ""slon Of the Exchange TUCSday,
' The New Policies of
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK
Have been carefully drawn so as to avoid as far as possible the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements . and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, an-J the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor.
They are the best of life Insurance contracts and are Issued by
the BEST of all the companies In the world. '
LIMITED PAYMENT LIFE POLICY.
By the terms of this contrast the amount of the Insurance Is pay
able upon the death of the Insured, and the premiums are payable
during a limited number of yea twenty, fifteen or ten years.
The Limited Payment Life Policy Is In many respects and for a
large class of Insurers a most desirable contract, providing as It does
that the premiums shall all be paid In the early and oroductlve years
of life, thus the policy becomes fully paid up for the whole amount In
a fixed number of years. Dividends are payable annually, or at the
nd of 5, 10, 15 or 20 years.
MOW MUCH WILL IT C03T7
Between the ages of 25 and SI years. Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cost" of $1000 goo'd life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 and J years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 53 and 65 years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
- day. v
Is there any healthy man or woman In America at work for
wages who can not afford this "first cost" of a good $1000 policy In
the best and strongest company on earth7
A Uttle self denial In small things pleasant things, perhaps, but
unnecessary things will pay tha hill easily.
Different forms of policies cost various prices.
OUR TWENTY-YEAR DISTRIBUTION. POLICY on continuous
life and limited payment plans affords the maximum of security at
he minimum of cost;
OUR GUARANTEED INCOME POLICY provides a guaranteed In
come, secure Investment, and absolute protection;
OUR ENDOWMENT POLICY provides a certain guaranteed
sum, payable with profits at a fixed time;
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS furnish tha best and most
effective forms of Indemnity and xed annual Income to survivors;
OUR .CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of the amount Insured as t create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY POLICIE8 er an excellent opportunity for per.
sons to obtain a hloh rate of Inlcrect on their capital for tho remain
der of life; an Income safe beynd mishap. This form of Investment
Is particularly recommended to hose who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to be flee from business cares.
We have prices to fit all kniwn wants. All we want to know Is
what you want. If you do not know, tell us enough of your condition
and surroundings and we can suggest the policy best suited to your
Hates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
Moanalua, Halelwa, Including hotel ox
ponies at Honolulu, at either of tho
leading hotels to be chosen by tho
teacher making tho trip.
Fifty other prizes are Included In
the list, hut "a trip to tho Sandwich
Islands" (meaning us) heads the list
In big, healthy type.
J. V. Farwcll of the Gcrmanln Lit')
Insurance Co., leaves by the steamer
Siberia on a two-months' business trip
to the States.
March 20. 1006.
SUGAR, 3.55875 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 6(1
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8.
Members 'Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
of Wnlpahu to Miss Ivy Gnlbrnlth of I LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Wahlawg Is announced. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
The engagement of John K. Cracllusl
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 iVnt.
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
hustling agents, a
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 812 FORT8T.
SPECIAL WARNING NOTICE.
TO CLEAR LAND EWA
, BASIN, OAHU.
Notlco Is hereby clvcn that In nc'
cordance with Section G of Act "1 of
tho Session Laws of 1905, it Is forbid
len to start tires for the burning of
brush, dry grass, etc., for n period of
six months (!) from dntc. unless the
Jmlco Dola this murnlnc uud the fol-
lowliiKjiirors drawn to wc as grand
and trial Jurors for the April term;
Ornnd Jury r' V. MtChesncy. Ho
nnlnlii! Clinrlca W. llrldiccs. Walluku.
Maul; fcdwnrd K. Ullknlanl. Honolulu; written permission of tho District Klro
(leorge W. McUougoll, llookcnn, Ha- Warden has been flriit obtained, for
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Wall; W. IV. AUUrpWH, IIUUUIIIU. J.I.V.M.U lUUl JIIIIMUU lit iiiu I'ln.iji.. u. unu,
Hawaii; C. I). Unldwln, Hllo, Hawaii, Island of Oahu, l)lng abovo the maiilta
David 'Hoopll, Honolulu; IMwnrd A. boundaries of tho eano fields of tho
Williams, Honolulu; William P. 01b-1 Honolulu, Oahu nnd Uwn Sugar plan-
Laupahoeboe, Hawaii; Cbas. A. nations, nnd for that portion of th
Hopkins, Honolulu, It. J. I.ymun, Hlln, uutrlct of Walnnai. Island of Oahu,
Hawaii; Illchard Ivers, Honolulu; ilylnn between the Government Hoad
John "Wntorhouse. Honolulu; Thomuslirom pearl City to Wnlaluu and the
B. Douglas, Honolulu, Henry I.. Knwa-jrldno nf the Walanae Mountains,
nehl, Koauhou, Hawaii, W. S. Bartlctt,! Tlio luw reads "such fires shall not
Honolulu; John Dow Klhel Plantation, I te started during a heavy wind or
Maul, William N. Bush, Honolulu; j without sufficient holp present to con
floor bo M. Haupp, Honolulu, Chas. M. trol tho same, and tho fire shall be
Hardee, Honolulu, J. P Cooke, Houo. watched by tho person setting tho
lulu; Harry W Grlswold, Honolulu; 8nmC 0r by competent agents of his,
Arthur Iluchholtz. Koloa, Kauai; K. until nut out." Tho District Klro War-
Weber. Wnimci. Kauai; Win, McKay, ,jcn g jr, y, y, Dillingham of Hono
Hllo, Cleo, p. Tuliocli, Koimia; i-ouis jui.
Autos for hire at ler Stables.
The schooner Kaulkcaoult Is dm
from Hllo this afternoon.
Alter skating, tnko homo an Oyster
loaf from the Cobweb Cafe.
Luttcd's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co., and C. J. Day & Co,
Island Jams and chutney made Dy
Mrs, Kcarns, 184 Hotel St. Bluo 1411.
The schooner Allen A sailed from
Makawcll for Mnhukana last Saturday.
A special warning notlco In reference
to setting brush fires appears In this
Von Hamm-Young Co. sell tho,
'Franklin car" automobile. Call and
The steamer Iwalanl armed y ester-,
day from .Makawcil witn buuu oags oi
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 nnd l per week. 1213
The bark Pierre Anlonlno Is dis
charging coal from two hatches at Sor
Sco notlco "Construction of Wal
luku Teachers' collago" under by au
Mom's great sale of high-class lacci
Is now on and is attracting tho atten
tion of all the Indies of Honolulu.
There will bo a meeting of the Kmmi
Street Improvement Club In tho High
School building at 7:30 tomorrow even
ing. King up 461, Raymond Itanch Moat
Market, and order nice fat Kahlklnui
beef and young veal; Island chickens
An oxpcrlnccd man desires a posi
tion as stenographer, shipping or ware
house clerk. Address all letters to x,
A W. Scabury says Knlmukl nnd
Manoa fowls hao chicken cholera. Ter
ritorial Veterinarian V. A. Norgaard
"Arabic" kcopi Iron roofs froo from
rust and nurfMofl rain water. Give It
a trial and bo conUncod. California
Feed Co., agents.
Architect K. W. JJeardslco will soon
loav for San Francisco to connect
with tho Kcalty Syndlcato Co, as sup
Ilev. P. M. Snodgrass, of flullck ave
nue, Saturday night was robbed of clev
in Leghorn chickens. The pollco have
a clue and arc Investigating.
At a special meeting of tho Knllhl
Valley Grocery Co., held Saturday,
March 17, 1906, Antono Machado'waj
olectcd president of said company.
Jnbn Moore spilled somo Chlneso
from a brake on Queen street yester
day and was arrested on charges of
drunkenness, assault and disorder.
Deaths occurred In Honolulu from
tho following contagious diseases for
tho fifteen days ending Mnrch 15th:
Tuberculosis, 9; typhoid fever, 1. To
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Harrison wish to
thank tho many friends who so kindly
assisted with help nnd sympathy dur
ing tho recent Illness and death of
Tho tug Fearless, which sailed yes
terday morning for a cruise to wind
ward In search or tno schooner ua -mui,
reported In distress with a broken rud
Hcr, Is duo to return tonight
I W. Haworth, formerly editor of
the Hllo Trlbuno nnd later city editor
of the Bulletin, now conducting "The
Mall" at Manhattan, Nov.. writes that
Manhattan Is a typical boom mining
town. Haworth Is prospering.
Whllo somo of Governor Carter's
friends believe thut tho anvernor will
conic homo In tho first of tho big
Mcauicrs U-avlug San Frnnclsco In May.
It !, tho opinion of officialdom that Mis
reluui will be further delayed.
Tho steamer Ko Au Hon with 33C0
bags of Kenlla sugar nnd 29C bags rice,
arrived In port lust Saturday night
Sho Is discharging her cargo Into uue
of tho const vessels today and sails for
windward Kauai ports tomorrow after
noon, The Hllo Grand Jury has censured a
former clerk of tho Sheriff of Hawull,
who retained $265 ball money after Ills
appointment was declared Illegal, He
paid hack $250 whllo tho jury was In
session, but retained $10, which he
could not account Air The Jury recom
mended thai ho should rcturu the $10
to his successor.
James F. Morgan, chairman of the
Chnmber of Commcrco comnilttco to
raise funds for the Hawaii Promotion
Comnilttco, Bnya the general business
community Is taking a friendly Interest
In tho fund. Pledges aro being taken
for nine munths, so tho Promotion
Commltteo will know what It has to
aepend on every month
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 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
Jewelry of cVcry description.
We do it in n careful, jmu-itaking mid
We make a specialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
brincr it to us nnd nc will treat tt skill
fully nnd scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Macy-Werneeka 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
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
RICrARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
RALPH S. HOSMUlt.
Superintendent nf Forestry and
Chief Flro Warden.
Honolulu, March 19. 1900. 3335-nt
NOTICE TO BIDDERS OF
CONSTRUCTION OF WAILUKU
The Smith Premier
Smith Premier Typewriters are
honest, full value typewriters. Pur.
chasers of Smith Premier Typewriters
may be absolutely certain that they
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.,
YOUNG BUILDING 8T0RE.
' Extreme Violet
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for the hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
For tho skin
Violet Almond Meal
For tho skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin
For the skin
Extreme Violet Talcum
Tor tho skin
For the finger nails.
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE.
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST., HONOLULU, H. U
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands: -
I Tbo Weokly Edition of tho Evening
Dr. M. K Ororsmnn goes to tho Co ist 'Bulletin gives a complete summary of
next month Io nltend tho annual con- the news of tho day. For Si a year.
clava of Mystlu Shrlners nt I.os AngC'
Tracv. Honolulu: Peter High. Hono.
lulu, Geo, i:. Cooper, liana. Maul; H.
II. Wnrrcll, Honolulu; Albert Hugglns,
Honolulu. II. Akona. Kamuela, Ha
waii; Arthur P. Kwart, Honolulu; A.
W Homer, wuiaiua, unnu; rcunwnu
B Wnllaco, Honolulu, David A. Ka
nal. Hllo. Harry M. Von Holt. Hono-
lulu- Jns. W McQulru. Honolulu; Johu
nut ii Honolulu: win. cornwcu. jr.,
waiinim Mnni. .las w I-lovd. i:wi: I Tho opening of tenders for the con
Qeo, H Fatrchlld, Kealla, Kaunl; Jobn.structlon of this cottago Is hVreby
Duncan, Honolulu; Hupcit II. Mooro, postponed to 12 o'clock m. of Wcdnes
Honolulu, llobert McCorrlston. Hono- day. March 21, 1906.
lulu; Geo, Munley, Hllo; E, Omsted, The following changes aro hereby
Walmea, Kauai; C. B, Makee. Hanalol.'mndo on page 10 In tho specifications:
Kauat; Walter F Dillingham, Hono- Tho certified check which Is to accom
lulu, J. K. Gandall, Llnue, Kauai, I pnny the tender, will be In the sum of
Henry Spalding, Kllauea, Kauul; Her-1 $50.00 rather than $100.00; tho bond
L. . r ixolln llniwillllll f tlfl it &. l.A nlslin.l It it It A IS II nMtlo t II 1 (till.
W. A. WANN
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT,,. .OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT 8T.
hert Ci. AuBtln. Honolulu. Chas. b
Zlegler. Honolulu; John Forns-Aorth,
Honolulu; Wm. II Greenwcll. Kealnkc
kua, Hawal; S. W. Hundley, Kapaa,
Kauai; Geo. C. Cooke, Honolulu; John
S. Walker, Honolulu; Geo. II, Howard,
Jr., Honolulu; E. M. Cheatham, Hono
lulu; Fred. J I.owrey. Honolulu: Chas,
D. Collins, Honolulu; Felix Brughelll,
llllo! Edward W Campbell. Honolulu,
J. I.. HJorth. Llhue. Kauai; Frank Fer
relra. Honolulu; F. D. Wlihe. Hono
lulu; and Harold E". Dllllnabain, Hono-
The steamer Nocau takes combustible
freight to all Maul ports and Hamakuu
to bn furnished by tho successful bid'
dcr will be In tho sum of $100.00 rath
er than $2000.00,
c, a. HUU1.UWA1,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu. Mar. ,19. 1906. 3335 21
"The Old Plantation"
This beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sale In sheet music form.
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO, LTD.,
ODD FELLOW8' BLDQ.
lcs. representing Aloha Temple of Ho
nolulti. lie cxpcclfythat at least llfty
Shrlners will visit Honolulu If steam
ship accommodations can bo secured
The doctor will tnko along somo pol to
Introduco pol cocktails to tho Shrlners
J. Louis Horner, court stenographer,
one of tha party on tho crulso to Hub
hit Islands, had a narrow escapo yes
terday, scaling tbo peak of tho crnter
In senren of tern nests. Tho faco lof
tho cliff gave way beneath his feet be-
low (he rim of tho crnter and ho held ny
his fingers In a rrnvlce, over tho prec
ipice, until ho una helped to safety by
u doubled fish line
Tlio number of pleased bujers, tho
amount t)f cush received and the gen
eral Interest aroused has fully Justified
the Glolia Clothing Co. In repeating its
grand clearing sala feature Inuugui ne
ed Inst yenr The snlo continues this
wck and will end Saturday night next.
In, tho mcunwhllo splendid oppoi Unti
tles to make one dollar do the work ot
two nro displayed throughout the store.
If you ure interested In amateur
photography you should Join tho Ko
dak Correspondence School of tho East
man Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y., u
course In which carries students stop
by step through the -various branches
of the work, until they are capable of
producing satisfactory negatives and
prints, both from technical and artis
tic standpoints. It treats of both tne
technical and artistic sldo of photo
graphy, and appeals to all who are at
all Interested In the work. The school
Is open to all upon payment of two
dollars, and blanks for filling In, to
gether with full particulars, may b
obtained from tho Honolulu Photo
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Owing to a change In the price of-'
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.85'
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu, yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1J
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has been reduced te
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,
Offlc'e REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,.
I he Alexander Young Building. Hourat
10-12; 24; 7 8. Residence, Tha Alex
ander Young Hotel, Telephone Calls
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nows of the day. For SI vr
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
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