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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 190.
rHONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
LOCAL AND GENERAL 2nnfwnnA'yivntv
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch' High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
IBM MAMM ilftiM Ati MMlMfllwwtorowflllK;
1 LOIS Of HI
HONOLULU, March 21. 1906.
C Brtwcr At Co .. .
Far Pl.ntaHrtn CO ...
Hawaiian Attlcultur J Co
Tbo Kona Orphanage and Lusttana
benefit entertainment Is quickly reach
Ing a state of perfection. The actors
are all Jubilant over the prospect.
The sale of the exchange ticket, be
gan yesterday and already It can bo
icen that o big houso Is assured. Do
nnt lnun Mm nnnnrtllnlt V In iaa thn
.... .V ...u ..,,.........., w DN, .. v fc .. .- ...,.- f.
play and more especially to do good jrh",-j"ft-7.-c. tH
with your little - contribution of 60 K..(nihiSjirCo ...
cents, 75 cents or II to the llttlo ones ' 5"t" $,??
at the Orphanage, and tho club. R"&.rV ,TT
The pcoplo of Honolulu will be onoi Sucar C... . ,
agreeably surprised to sec how well otuiuCttM Z! .
tUJlt;il U U1U IIIUiCBDIUIl Ul WIU BMIKU , UIOWIIU U.
those selected for tho play really are. I
Why, we do not need to Import ac-.
tors, comedians and.tragedlans to en
tertain us wo have them right here, i
All wo need aro such Instructors as
Messrs. Drum and Auerbacli. I
Particular mention must be mado
of ono of the actors. Ho Is Inexpert-1
iiin-u. uui lilt; nay uiui tic ttt'liv
Hi Com Sunr
Hawaiian Sutar Co --
ttonooiu auger w.
Honokaa Suf.a Co
Paauhau Sutar PlastCO
H.tmc bum hmi.
P.I. Plantation Co
Papttkto Sufftf Co
Plonr Mill Co
wauuku sugar u ....
Walluku Suiar Co Sec
Walroanalo Suf ar Go
Watanaa Mill Co
iMar-laland SliiaN Co
"""'"'" ""- " "" " "Vi Hawaiian Elattrle Co
through his part really surprlxed Mr.i MonHTfc LCoPti....
Drum. This eentlnmnn hn a 11 mrttlt " "on k 1 ilu w-
part to act, "The Reverend," but ho olSi k i! cilzll
can put on that sedate, melancholy and )" J""'? C?
fatherly voice as well as tho best of "" u- bonds
them. I HawTtripcFlrCt
The part of tho wooing school marm !!"" ' fu ;"7""
Is taken by MrB. M. A. Sllva, tho wlfo h.. OrJ , p c 1L
of the popular grocer of vineyard c".sn!Ji.co.opc
To put in a new Gas Range
Don't let It go until after houscelean
Ing; or until the first really warm
pell surprises you Into Joining th
waiting list.'.' "
Early orders mean prompt work.
Gas Ranges -and Water Heaters
sold by dealers and
HONOLULU GAS CO.
The New Policies of -
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK
Have been carefully drawn so a) to avoid as far as possible the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges aro
clearly and precisely stated, an4 the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor. -i '! -UTA l'f Nlityy, '
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 contract the amount of the Insurance Is pay
ablo 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 elf ss of Insurers a most deelrable contract, providing as It does
that the premiums shall all be paid In the early and productive years
of life, thus the policy becomes fully paid-up for the whole amount In
a fixed numbeV of years. Dividends re payable annually, or at tho
nd of 5, 10, 15"or 20 years.
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Between the ages of 25 and 81 years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cost" of $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 and 5? years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 53 and C5 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
the best and strongest company on earth?
A little self dental In small things pleasant thfhg, perhaps, but
unnecessary things will pay th 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 lived time;
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT, BONDS furnish the best and most
effective forms of Indemnity and ixed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment or the amount Insured as ti create a fixed Incorrje during the life
f the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY POLICIES offer an excellent opportunity for per.
sons to obtain a hloh rate of Inlereet on their capital for the remain
der of life; an Income safe beyind mishap. Thla form of Investment
Is particularly recommended to hose who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to be f'ce from business cares.
We have prices to fit all kntwn wants. Alt we want to know Is
what you want If you do not know, tell us enough of your condition
and surroundings and we can sugest the' policy best suited to your
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
street, to whom great credit due for
ner generosity ana goou win towarus
tho club and tho Orphanage. Her
friends must not fall to see her.
The tickets aro now being sold by
canvassers. You can exchango them
for seats on the 28th from 9 a. m. till
G p, m. at the box ofllcc.
CO. D IS CHASING
(Continued from Page 1.)
Adeline Medelros, 1; A. I. Sllva. 1:
Alrra Nelson, 1; Aug. Gomes, 1; Hulda
Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, 1;
Lusitana Dancing Club, I; John Jo
alah, 1; Miss Phllomena Perry, 1;
Fritx Van Der Lelne (Kotoa), 1; Miss
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hing, 2;
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jacobsen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Jon
J, Roka. I; Miss Alice Weight. 1: C.
Sullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H, T.
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1! Manl. Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Miss M. A. Larson, 1; Dr. 8. Jaeger, 1;
Gertrude McCann. 6; J. P. Scully.
4; Ralph Kahn, f4; H. Sil
ver, 3; 8. A. Deel, Ewa, 3; J. H.
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. De Fries. 2; May
Haw Con ft; Sue Co s P
naw aurar o o p c
HlloK R Co CmS pc-
I Hon R T Jt L Co 6 p c.
Kahuhu Plant Co 6 p e.
uanu k k kuoopc
Oahu Sugar Co6 pc
Pala Plant Co. ...r..
Pionetr Mill Co S c
91 l-a oj I
(24.50; 40 Haw, 0.
& 8. Co.,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.56625 centa
or $71.325 per ton.
SUGAR, 3,56625 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 5 l-4d
Ttilelen & Williamson
8T0CK AND BOND BR0KER8.
Members Hon. 8tock and Bond E
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
You buy or sell stocks or bond,
You want to secure the best prices,
Yod want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to nil,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Tiiielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
. TEL. MAIN 21. 812 FORT ST.
Gussefeld, 2; Kohata Club, 2; I. 8.
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Auo. Gomes. 2: Emit Llnderman, Ko-
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Nelper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, z; did
V. Grlrres. 3; Pacific Soclil Club, 2;
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac-
farlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Frltx Fredenberg, i; H. A. Franson,
2; Louis S. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, i;
M. T. Marsha . i: wm. Meaeiro i: j.
M. Perry, 1;F. W. Klebahn, 1; J. D. Mc
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T,
Schrr.ldt, 1; Malle Athletic Ctub, 1;
Mrs. J. E. Shaw, 1; W. Duls'enberg, 1;
Keokl Isenbcrg, 1; H. 8. Ward, 1;
Miss Kalal Walau, 1; Louis Freltas, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Louis Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 1; B.
M. Sumner, 1; Harry S. Gray, 1; J.
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Slats Hellbron, 1; Ernest Munlz, 1;
Manuel Munlz, 1; Walter Dillingham,
I; Lum Chlng, 1; R. A. Lucas, 1; John
Perrlardo, 1; Louis Vincent, 12; Manl.
Kakasupa. 1i Freddy Rodrlgues, 1;
Chinese Athletic Club, 1; Jno. Botell
ho, 1; Miss Mary Vincent, 1; Jim Vler
ra, 1; Miss Mary Gouvela, 4; F. 0.
Machado, 1; Billy Helbron, 1; Mlis
Viva Olds, 2; Jerry Burnlngham, 2;
Joe Tata, 1; Miss Helen Gllhus, 1;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 1; Richard Buhler, 2;
Jane Kalanal, 1; Chong Mee Hlng, 2;
Polly Kalana, 1; W. J. Harvey, 2;
Paul Welnholz, 1; Henry Hogan, 9J
Mra. Lam Yam, 2; Mrs. A. Fernandez,
1: Miss Prlscllla Charmen, 10; Miss
Hazel Hoffman, '5; Mary Qulntel, 1;
Mrs. J. M. Theotonla, 1; Morris An
trod, 1; Dr. McCall, Kahuku, 1; E. 8.
Kong. 7; C. Schwartz, 2; Miss Bessie
Boyd, 2; Julia Dlas, 1; Royal School,
1; Henry B. Ryan, 1; Tom Farrell, 1;
Mrs. Mary Farrell, 1; Jas. McAuliffe,
2; Lum Chlng, 1; Edna Akau, 5. Scat
FOR YACHT CLUB BENEFIT
W. A. WANN
DI8TRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT 8T.
A splendid play by tho lluhlcr com
pany Is oltared tho public at tho Opera
Hotitn, tonight, when "Held by tho Kn
finy" "111 bo presented for tho bcnoQt
of tho Hawaii Yacht Club. This is tho
nineteenth week of tho lluhlcr season
nnd tin; wind-up will be worthy of tliu
triumphant record gone before, Tor
tho remainder of tho week tho Ilulileia
tdiow at tho Opera Htiuso for tho ben
cflt of tho yncht club, nn Institution
worthy of the moxt gencrus patronage.
Tho club has gonn to much pains In
getting up n beautiful souvenir pro
gram which will bo distributed frco
among tho attdlenco by young ladlea
who have distinguished themselves In
boat club events.
A full housn Is certainly (he only log
tral expectation, for tho lltthlcrs will
appear to Immense, nilvantago In tho
play chosen, 'ho yacht club has a bout
of fi lends, and oeiy thing that could
bo thought of tn pleasn and delight tbo
peoplo has been rnrofully provided for.
"Held by tho Knomy," a play as full
Wf varying excitement and charm as
ran be, gives every opening for tho
rilBplay of tho Individual talent of tho
popular netotnnd thu n'ago effects
will be in keeping with tho general ex
cellence of tho performance
Tommruw evening "Thclma" will be
I a a
It. W. Shlnglo was yesterday elected
teccitnrv of tho Honolulu Stock utul
lloud Exchange In plaro of W. A. Ijuvc,
who lately sold his seat on tho hoard.
Ho bag been a member, as representa
tive of the Henry .Watcrhouse Trust
Company, almost from tho start of the
Exchange. Resolutions of respect and
tondolcnce on tho death of Albert Kaus
Autos for hire at Tcr Stables.
After skating, ttiko homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
The thin Ulwcll sailed .March sin
from I'ort Townsend for Lahalna. ,
Tho shin Hawaiian Iidcs sailed from
Newcastle for Honolulu March 9. I
Island Jams and chutney made by
Mrs. Kcarns. 181 Hotel St. Illuo 1411.
Two days' later San Francisco papers
were brought by tho KntcrprlBO today.
Morgan will sell at his salesroom.
Friday, at 10 a. m., tho furniture of a
A nrobatc notice In the matter of tho
estate of Hoopll Sllva, deceased, Is pub
lished In this issue.
The schooners Alice Cooke and Wm.
TI Mnratnn will nrnliablv null for San
Francisco tomorrow with full loads of!
'Ihc bark Pactolus was fifteen per
ccat reinsured on March 10 In San
Francisco. She Is bound to Honolulu
Ths trial Jury for the special Feb
ruary torm of th United States District
Court was this morning discharged by
Marshal Hendry on tho order of Judge
The March number of the Taradlso
of the I'aclflc Is on tho newsstands, full
of the attractive features, pictorial and
literary, for which thla popular mag
azine Is Doted at home and abroad.
The Chamber of Commerce met yes
terday afternoon, J. F. Morgan report
ed progress In tho matter of raising
funds for the Promotion Committee and
asked for further time. There wns no
other business except the reading of
Tho steamer Helcnc, from Makawcll
with 11,000 bags of sugar. Is discharg
ing at the railway wharf for tho steam
ship Hawaiian, which Is duo from Se
attle next week to load sugar for New
Yok. She will load for llamakim ports
BREAKING INTO 8CH00L
Or a "Mystified Mother's" story of
her attempts to gain education In Ho
nolulu schools for her children, every
parent should read this statement that
will appear In
Tho members of tho Woman's au-
liiary and Guild of St. Androw's Cathe
dral aro specially requested to bo Pres
cnt at tho sewing meetings held In tho
Sunday school room at 2 p. m. on hri
days during U.nt. As there Is much
work to be dono It Is hoped that so
many as posstblc will attend the meetings.
The Matson Navigation Company's
frclehtor Enterprise Is at tho Railway
wharf with general cargo and two pas-
songcrs from San Francisco by way ot
lltto, from whence she sailed yesterday
morning, arriving here ot 10 o'clock u.
m. Captain Youngrcn expects to sail
for San Francisco via Hllo on Saturday
or Sunday with a full cargo of rctlncd
Edward A. Juhnson, for many years
past a trusted and popular clerk at
1-cwis & Company, Ltd., died suddenly
this morning at his room In the Kllto
building. He has been suffering from
a general breakdown for some month
past and only a few days ago quit ac
tive work, expecting to tcturn after a
short vacation. Ho was about thirty
)cars of age, quiet und gentlemanly,
nnd his death was a shock to all IiU
acquaintances. Ho was a natlvo of
San Francisco, near where his family
resided, The funeral services will lie
held at noon tomorrow at Williams'
undertaking parlors. Interment at
J'carl City cemetery.
FIGHTIN GBLOOD IS STIRRED.
(Continued from Page 1.)
and that tho writ was not In tho name
of the Territory.
Peters had a kick coming against
tho bringing up of the demurrer and
million to quash, and expressed it
very tersely. First of all, ho said, It
was not proper to file, thu tvo at tho
tame time, and furthermore Hitch
pleadings wero merely dilatory and
technical, while tho object wax to toft
tho merits of tho caso. Douthltt had
hltmclf approved of the form of tbo
DcuthtU said that ho was County At
toriicy, and as such he must take all
tho advantnguri lm could In tho case,
if he did not tin so, when a raise, wits
brought against n County omcr, ho
would bo violating his trust, Pcterrs
was mlotuken. he said, when ho stated
that Douthltt had approved of the form
of tho pleading. Ho did not do so.
All ho had said was that ho would not
laK'j ndvantngn of any technicalities,
Tho bringing of tho demurrer and mo
tion to nuash wns not a technicality.
It was a question which went to the
very root of tbo matter. Ho had n
right to file them both at once. As a
matter of fact ho had dono so In order
to fucilltata tho progress of tho mattor
by having all his objections beforo the
Court at tho samo tlnio.
Judgo l.lndsny stated that ho
thought It proper to tako up tho de
murrer. Peters Immediately objected to the
form of tho demurrer, which stnted
that tho writ did not Bet forth suffi
cient facts. Ho held that tho domur-
rcr to be of valuo should show n peel II
t Nothing adds so to domestic comfort as good beer. It
braces a man for the day's work and cheers his hours of rest f
In the bosom of his family.
fills the bill In every respect and Is. essentially a household
beer. It It absolutely pure and wonderfully wholesome. Order
a rat iadav.
Jewelry of every description.
Wc do it in a careful, ini!ftaking ami
We make a .specialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
britiK it to us nnd wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Maey-Werneeke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufac
tured of handsomt, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desired. They are fitted with
very modern convenience and
posssss many desirable features
not found In other desks. Tht
prices are moderate for such
H. Hackfeld & Go,
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.,
RICHARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
w Extreme Violet
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for tho bsir
Marvelous Cold Cream
For tho skin
Violet Almond Meal
For the akin
. Concrete Tincture Benzoin
For the skin
Extreme Violet Talcum
For the skin
For tho finger nsllt
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST, HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Itlands.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a caropleto snmmnry of
tho uowb ot tho day. For SI vcar
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Owing to a change In tha price of
certain sJzes of crushed rock, pr(eta In
future will be as follow: No, 1, JU
per cu. yd.; No. 2, J 1,80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, C.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 11.83
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tha
fact that No. 4 has been reduced t
practically the price of whit tana,
making It available for all klndt of coa
crete work, for which It It far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
l he .Alexander Young Building. Hours'l
10-12; 2t; 7 8. Residence, Th Alex
ander Yobng Hotel Telephone Calif
Young Hotel." j
Tho Wcokly nditlon of the Evenfn
Bulletin gives a complete summary at
tho nowa of tho day. For SI ""
Jacobsen Is to engross a bony for Mrs,
, . ,, , . ... ,,.., Mtaas nnd family.
ne ioiiuhiuk reiiuri u mc wn i... ji. i.4. 4.
work done In Honolulu nnd Hllo dur
ing January and February was submit
ted to the Hoard of Health:
1 Honolulu inspectors In aJnttary per
formed work as follows: Inspections
16.013: order given. 2189: orders fin
ished. 2109; order outstanding Cut UlE
pools, etc., oiled, 13; breeding' places
destroyed, 81; Inspection of breeding
Hllo rat report.: Traps set, 103S;
rats caught, 47; poisoned food placed,
2113; poisoned food taken, 800; ruts
found dead, 8.
permits Isstled, 28; number of pigs nl-l Plumbing Inspector Keen reported
lowed. 1349; duck permits Issued, II ; as follows
l number of ducks allowed, 3500; num
I ber of days sneclal allowed. G7Vi.
For February this was the Honolulu
given. 1763: orders finished. J 1735: ord
ers outstanding, 84; pig permits Issued.
7; number of pigs allowed, 383; duck1
permits Issued, 2; number of ducks al
lowed, 300; number of days special
In Hllo the work In February was as
follows: Inspections, 251; orders giv
en oor. oritur flnlahpil. 23R.
I Hllo mosnulto camnalcn: Cesspools
oiled, 483; catch basins oiled, 24; ponds, prtlons, 229.
jwere passed by tho Exchange. Vlgga'cally wherein tho writ was Insufficient
In Its statement of facts.
Judge Lindsay overruled tho objec
tion and tho argument began on the
demurrer, which waa finally overruled.
The motion to quash was then argued
at length and finally denied.
Douthltt asked tho Court to allow
him an appeal to tho Supreme Court
from tho Interlocutory order, but
I.lm'say refused to do so, and Douthltt
noted an exception. The Court gave
him five days In which to fllo bis an
swer. During the latter part of the pro
ceeding tho County and tho Territory
exchanged a few salutes. Douthltt In
timated to the Court that he thought
the points he had raised weio pretty
good ones. Peters cut In with a re-.
mark that some of his opponent's con-'
lumiuiin icuiiuucu mill gii-aiiy ui mu ,
elemental propositions of the law
school, Douthltt replied that Peters' ,1
efforts had seemed to him to havo.aj
decided class-room flavor. Peters said I
that that was only when he had to re-1
nl. tn TVtut tilt.'u .nnl.nllnn.
,'IJ U U"V.... vvuivut.uu.
Plumbing plans filed and permits Is
sued for same, 33; separate pieces ot
plumbing finished and accepted. 32;
record:. Inspections. 11.295; orders . number of fixtures Installed In above,
S. f fr04i ! alalaLA,! 1?4ta art wit ' A1 a- 4nfnil.,M 1 urn It I mm mm t BnAAl jh.t nitil
100: defective plumbing Inspected and
ordered repaired, 12; houses connected
with sewer system, 19; building per
mits Issued, 17.
The following Inspections were
made: Sewer connections made, IS!
nuisancer Investigated, 3; building Bites
examined, 8; buildings under construc
tion examined, 14; repairs of buildings
examined, 8; plumbing, 178. Total in-
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices '
R W, Jordan & Co, Ltd
1137 Fort Street