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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY. MARCH 20. IMS.
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
AS A CRIMINAL
until you take the step that Insures
a clean, comfortable, dustless kitchen
all year 'round put In
A Gas Range
For Sale by Dealers ar(d
HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD.
jW I Somo tltno ago, as reported In The
.Uulktln, two Japanese, ono n former
one then an employ? of tho name firm,
3 1 were arrested on a chargo of embezzle-
mcnt Uoforo any chargo was placed
'against them on tho docket of tho
JH court, a photographer was summoned
tS at the request of the manager of a Ka.
iiinl tvlnn r-rfmnanv and tho two Janan-
eso were then photographed In tho
! court house. Upon tho completion of
thl unusual act, they were then
charged with embezzlement and com
mitted to ball In the sum of $1,000
each. Tho trial of Maruoko, who had
sevcted his connection with the Wat-
tnea Wine Co. some two months be
fore, resulted In his being sentenced
to two months' Imprisonment by the
local magistrate. Judge A. T. Hofgaard.
No defenso was put up by tho defend
ant and an appeal taken to the Circuit
Court. Tho Grand Jury failed to find
any traco of embezzlement when t ho
case came up before them and ordered
tho sum of $76. which had been held by
the Deputy Sheriff as evidence, re
turned to tho defendant, who was law
fully entitled to tho money. As no In
dictment had been found, the case waB
It la noted as strango that any per
son, beforo being proved guilty, should
be subjected to having his picture tak
en against his will, by any police offi
cer, even If so requested by tho com
plaining witness. '
roit ih m
A rehearsal nf tho third and last acl
of thnt most celebrated comedy "Iho
Cheerful Liar," was had yesterday
What, a real llvo "Liar In Honolulu!
That's a mistake. It was particularly
Interesting to tee the- company go
through their lines In the first two acts
without a hitch, and the "Ocncrnl" h
was sublime. Ills voice was like the
roaring of a Hon, but tho most singular
thing Is that he does not need to act It
It Is perfectly natural. They say that
real actors, that Is, tnoso mat can real
ly be called actors by virtue of their
hleh stand In the profession, live in
their parts well, the General certainly
does. And little "Nina" is inucca .i
real and beautiful brine. She. as the
heroine, will be captivating, Her po
sition will be envied by all her girl
flrlends, and her mother's broomstick
will be n handy and most useful wea
pon to drlvo her numerous admirers
Irom her iioor. Anu me nero, ner an
lous and unfortunate lover. Is the pic
ture of grocc n second lluhlcr indeed.
As for the poor, unsophisticated sihool
ninrm, she will show the nudlenco that
she's no novice at the game. Tho Lus
ltanns will donate BO per cent of tho
proceeds to the Kona Orphanage. Tho
box office will open on weuncsuay,
March 28th, at 9 a. m.
Prof. J. H. Stockton was very agree
ably surnrltcd last evening by the mem
bers of the Concordia band when they
presented him with n beautiful cane
and his wife with nn equally clabor
ate and tasteful Jewel case Mr, Stock'
ton has been teaching the Concordia
band for some months and has1 been
cry successful, and although ho ic
celvc some remuneration for his sor
lces the members felt It appropriate
to do a little more by way of express-
I Ing their good will toward their leader
LOCAL AND6ENERAL '
Autos for hire at Tcr Stables.
After skating, take homo an Oyster
lpaf from the Cobweb Cafe.
I A pair of douhlo gold-rlm glasses are
'advertised ns lost, see an mis issue
The cane Is of knmanl wood with a
genuno buckhorn handle. A gold band ef Karrottl In his place,
where the head and cane proper Join,
bears the Inscription 'Trcscntcd by
Concordia Hand to J. II. Stockton,
Evening Duttetln 75J Pr month.
SUGAR, 3.55875 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 6d
The selection of a Jury to try, tho
Johnson murder case was proceeded
with this forenoon. The examination
of tho Jurors Is lengthy and It la cer
tain that tho actual trial will not begin
beforo next week. Yesterday the fol
lowing special venlro was issued, the
regular panel having been exhausted:
Thomas Klnsloa, John Watcrhousc,
William Ducklc, James Cullen, T. W.
Chase, John K. Isaac, W. A. Walker,
Chas. P. Merrlfleld, A. W. Scabury,
Edward E. Hlngley, T. II. Pctrlo, Thos.
McMillan, John Hackett, Wcntworlli
II. Uuchanan, Isaiah Pahee John F.
Cowan Jr., Gerald Hughes, George' 11. 1 T 1)181611 & Willl3HlS0n
Chllds, Georgo C. Fuller, John Coffee,! STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Qforgo Lando. ' Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex,
Of these tho following appeared this snnB.
morning: O. O. Turner, W. M. Bu-l LOAN8 NEQOTIATED.
chnnan, C. F. Merrlflold, John Coffee. 912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. $1, 1.60 and V per week. 1213
Tho American-Hawaiian S. 8. to.
steamship Hawaiian sailed from Ta
comn March 19th.
A taro food factory complcto win bo
sold at auction on Tuesday, April 3, at
12 o'clock noon. See Morgan for par
ticulars,. (Superintendent of Public Instruction
Uabbltt will go to Kauai today to look
tip tho matter of a school for tho Mo-
Tho regular meeting of tno Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce will be hold
In Its room, Stangenwald building,
March 21, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Elliott of Loj
Angeles are stopping at tho Moan 1. 1
Their trip to Hawaii Is their hom-y-moon
Journey and they aro dcllghto.1
with tho country.
Abraham Pauolo has filed a sun in
assumpsit against Judge John W Ka-
lua for 1525, alleged to do uuo mm ior
700 bundles of palal delivered to tho
Towed by tho tug Fearless tho schoo
ner Ka Mol arrived In port this morn
ing from Koholalcle, where sho haB
been In distress for the past week
wltli a broken rudder.
At tho Irish concert Saturday, the
17th, "Kathleen Mavournecn," com
posed by an Englishman, was sung by
n natlvo lady accompanied by a Ger
man to an Irish nudlenco.
JiiiIeo Do Dolt has sustained tho
plaintiff's demurrer In tho damago snll
of Joso Figaro vs. Jiwa I'laniaunn to,
Tho plnlntlrt was given ten days In
whlrh to amend hlH complaint.
II i:. Hendrlck. tho King street mon
ument man, has a complete stock' of
monuments, safes and fencing. Ap op
portunlty to quote prices and display
goods Is all he wants to stnrt with.
Tho Supervisors last evening tip
nroved tho discharge of Makikl Pound-
master Kckcuno and tho appointment
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 palatabteness and It pronounced wholesomeness.
PRIMO BOCK Is the best of all Bock beer, and may bo drunk with
beneficial effects by young and old. The season of Bock Is limited,
however, and the nut-brown brew wilt soon be a thing of the past
Therefore order PRIMO BOCK before the opportunity to obtain It Is
Jewelry of every description.
W'c do it iu a careful, painstaking and
W'c make a specialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
bring it to tin nud vc will treat it skill
fully and icicntifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
Love block fort street
The New Policies of
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK
Have been carefully drawn so at to avoid as far as possible the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements . and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, an- the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor. s
They are the beat of life Insurance contracts and are Issued by
the BE8T of all tho companies In the world.
LIMITED PAYMENT LIFE POLICY.
By the terms of this contra:t 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 deolrable contract, providing as It does
that the premium shall all be pild In tho early and productive 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 tho
nd of S, 10, 15 or 20 years.
WOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Between the ages of 25 and SI years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cost" of $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 and 54 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 53 and 05 years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
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
tho best and strongest company on earth? ,
A little self-denial In small things pleasant things, perhaps, but
unnecessary things will pay th hill easily.
Different forms of policies csst various prices.
OUR TWENTY-YEAR DISTRIBUTION POLICY on continuous
life and limited payment plans affords the maximum of security at
he minimum of costj v
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 fled time!
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS furnish the best and most
effective forms of Indemnity and xed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of tlfb amount Insured as t create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY POLICIES fer an excellent opportunity for per
sons to obtain a hloh rate of Inlorert on their capital for tho remain
der of life; art Income safe beynd mishap. This form of Investment
Is particularly recommended to those who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to be f'ee. from business cares.
We have prices to fit all knwn 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
rfates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
Vou want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sug ar securities,
You have real estate y ou 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 II
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. B12 FORT 8T.
an alleged wlfc-bcator and drunkard.
Tho deeds conveying twclvo acres of
land at Bishop's Point on tho cast sldo
of tho Pearl Harbor channel from tha
Illshop Kstato to tho United States
wero passed today, tho consideration
being $2,800. The land was condemned
for fortification purposes.
If j on nro Interested In nmatcir
nhotocranhv vou should loin the Ko
dak Correspondence School of the KastJ
man Kodak Co., llochcster, K. Y a
course In which carries students step
by step through the various branches
of tho work, until they are capable of
producing satisfactory negatives and
prints, both from technical and artis
tic standpoints. It treats of both the
technical and artistic side of photo
graphy, urn! appeals to all who are n;l
all Interested In tho work. The school
Is open to all upon payment of two I
dollars, and blanks, for filling In, to
gether with full particulars, may hi
obtained from tho Honolulu Photo
RUSH 1 5EATS 1
J. K. Isaac, J. P. Sopcr. K. B. Hlngley,
Wm. nucklo, S. A. Walkor, T. II. Pe
trie, J. Watcrhousc.
Juror Chnpln was passed for cause
by tho prosecution but challenged by
ho defenso because no nan onco neuii
associated with on Insane person. Tho
challenge was not allowed and Chapln
wna passed for canst-, Walter C. (Ill
man was also passed. When tho noon
hour arrived tho following llvo Jurors,
(punting tho men passed yesterday,
had been passed for cause: jas. u. i.o
mon. Jas. Haughton, Sam I.csBer, W.
1. Oilman and Chapln.
SPECIAL WARNINQ NOTICE.
Maey-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. The
prices are moderate for such
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for the hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
Por the skin
Violet Almond Meal
Por tho skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin
Por the skin
Extreme Violet Talcum
Por tho skin
For tho finger nails
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE.
FIRES TO CLEAR LAND EWA
Nntleo Is hereby given that In ac
Lordunco with Section C of Act 71 of
Hie Session Laws of 190S, It Is forbid-
ilen to start fires lor the burning of
brush, dry grass, etc., for n porlod of
six months (G) from date, unless the
written permission of tho District Plro
Warden has been first obtained, for
all that portion of tho District of Uwa,
Island of Oalin, lying above tho mauka
boundaries of the cane fields of tho
Honolulu, Oaliu and Hwa Sugar plan
tations: and fur that portion of tlm
District of Wulanae, Island of O.iliu.
lylnn litwecn tho (liivernment Iload
lrom Pearl City to Walaluu and the
ridgu of the Walanae Mountains.
The law rends "such fires shall not
bo started during a heavy wind or
without sufllclcnt help present to con
trol tho same, and tho flro shall be
watched by the person setting tho
samo, pr by competent agents of nls,
until nut out," Tho District fire war-
A crowd besieged Wall, NIchoM lliic
forenoon, wanting to get at tho box ol
tlco for seals for tho Hawaii Yacht Cluli
benefit at tho Oneru House on Thurs
day. Friday and Saturday of thla
There Is a rmh for scats to sec "Held
by the Kntmy" on Thursday and Sat
urday ovenlngs and "Thelma" on Fri
day night and -it the Saturday matlneu
Thof-A who want to sco and enjoy
crowded hours of entertainment aro
stcMng teats curly, for tho lluhlcr
company sails away next week ai.d
these performances at, tho Opera Housj
uic'thB last regular plas of tho sea
son Tho Hawaii Yacht Club members
will nlso entertain Inning arranged
special features for between the acts ol
the lluhlcr plays.
II. B. Cooper's tract of Manoa volloy
land, near Collego Hills, will bo syndl
cated and opened at onco to homebulld
ors, Thero nro fifty building lots. Two
hao been sold.- Tho syndicate Is com.
posod of II. K. Cooper, tho Henry wo
terhouso Trust Co., ft.nd I.owprs &
Cooko, Mr. Cooper furnishes tho land,
tho TrusLCompaiy flnances the piop. w y Dillingham of Hono-
osltlon, and Lowers & Cooko supply .. . (
W. A. WANN
DI8TRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT ST.
the lumber, yhe Idea Is to flnanco
those who would own their own homes,
with a down payment and monthly In
BENEFIT m BUHLER
A benoflt will bo glen tho Iluhlcts
at tho Orpheum next Monday and
Tuesday evenings, as a testimonial, on
tho ove of their departure, of tho gen
eral appreciation of their Bplendld pro
ductions hero during tho laBt"(lvo
Illchard Ituhlor and I-oulso Orendorf
will appear In a particularly clover
sketch, "Tho Cracksman," and clever
vaudovillo stunts will show to advan
tage the Individual talent of every
member of the great company.
CHICKEN AT NOLTE'S
I On Thursday thero will be "chicken,
curry and rice" nt Nolto's restaurant,
the Heaver Lunch Jtooms on ron
street, now In charge of Proprietor
Krucgor. The chickens hall frpm
"Hilly" Helllna's Justly famous chlcktn
ranch In Palolo, where the finest fowls
In the Islands are rdlsed. Por a tooth
some carnival remember the "chicken,
etirry and rice" at Nolto's on Thursday.
' KALPH 8. IIOSMBR,
Superintendent of Forestry and
Chief Flro wnrden.
Honolulu, March 19, 1300. 3335-31
BY Hip lid
are most delightful little musical In
struments and make admirable souve
nirs of the land In which they were
We have them in a variety of hand
some woods and every one is guaran
teed to be perfect In tone.
Ukuleles are easy to learn and play
and may be made the means of passing
many a pleasant hour.
Hawaiian News Co..
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINQ ST, HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Owlnn to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, !.
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;.
No. 3, S2.0S per cu. yd.; No. 4, S1.SOt
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sandr
making it available for all kinds of coir
erete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Reiser
"Turned Up," tho funniest of farces
will bo played by the lluhlcrs nt the
Orphoum tonight nud a big hotuo Is
expected. "Sapho" last otcnlng draw
a retord crowd and tho reproduction
of this great sensation was greeted
with loud acclaim. Aa tho doparturn
of tho lluhlcrs for tho CoaBt draws
near tho Honolulu public naturally do
Hires to mako tho most of what picas
tires still await.
"Camllle" will bo produced toraor
NOTICE TO BIDDERS OF
CONSTRUCTION OF WAILUKU
Tho opening of tondera for tho con
struction of this cottago Is hereby
postponed to 12 o'clock m. Of weuncs
ilav. March 21. 19AC.
Tho following changes are horeby
made on-pago 10 In tho specifications:
Tho certified check which Is to accom
pany the tender, will be in the sum ot i.ani. Fur tlm volcano
$50.00 rather than ltOO.00: the bond I Hey wood, J. 8, Parke. W
Tho Wockly ndltlon ot tho Evening
Bulletin gives n complcto summary of
tho nows of tbo day. For gl a year.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
DR. J, T, MCDONALD,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours!
10-12; 2A 7 8. Residence, The Alex
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary '
the news of tho day. For SI )"
to bo furnished by the successful bid
der will be In the sum of IJOO.OO rath
er than 12000.00,
C. S. HOLI.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu. -Mar. 19. 1900. 333521
Por Hawaii nnd Maul ports, per B'r.
Klnaii, sailing Marrh 20. Por Hllo J.
M. Ross, N. C. Wlllfong. Miss U. 'or
be, Mrs. II. K, Martin, Dr. Irwin, C.
Watanabo. II. 11. Scovet. A. A. Oxun
batim. 0. II. Curtis, J, II. Cation, Mum
I Hlclmrdson, U. Q, Clark, Dr. O. IV
Wall, 8. 8. Peck, wife and servant: K,
T. Parsons, Major A. C. Van Vllot, W.
"The Old Plantation"
Ihls beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on salo In sheet musle form,
BERG8TR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDO,
111, Dr. and Mrs, Thomas, It, A. Thomas
and wife, Miss M. W. Parko, A. It. P.
Lund and wlfo, N. I). Holden, A, J.
Norman, Misses Whltmore (2), Mr. and
Mrs mil. For l.atipanoenoc; H. uraco.
For Maalaea Day: Mrs. D. II. Case
and child. W. T. Robinson, Por Kawal.
hao: C. Tuch. Par Lahatna: Mrs. and
Miss Burt. C. P. Herrlck, Mrs. J P.
HDluoIa and son, T. It. Lucas, S, II.
Dowsclt, M. K. Keohokalole,
Per Btmr. I.lkcllke, for Moiokal
ports, March 13. J. Ooldstcln, J. P.
Drown and wife, II, It, Hitchcock, II.
Meyer, J. D. McVeigh, J, O Young.
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