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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. It.. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. 1006.
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Mens Tan Prospecting Boots
' Made of Vlscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
UNIQUE PUMPING PLANT
DESCRIBED BY BUILDERS
THE VARIABLE SPEED OF WATER
WHEELS AND VARIABLE VOLT
AGE UTILIZE ALL THE
A recent Issue of the Engineering
Nows contains tho following regard
ing the, electric plant to bo Installed
at Kealla, Kauai:
A unique pumping plant for an lrn
Ml Inn system at Kealla. In the Island
of Kauai, of tho Hlwallan group, Is
being supplied to the Makee Sugar Co.
(Mr. Z. S. 8palillng,, president,) by the
Allls-Chambcrs Co., of Milwaukee,
Wis. Somo Information about tho ar
rangement of tho plant hns been fur
nished us by tho makers, and Is sum.
raarlzcd In tho following. As will bo
observed, ihe machinery of tho plant
Is remarkably Interesting, but unfor
tunately no details arc given, so thai
mo operation or mo piani can do oniy
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HON0L0LU, March 23. 1906,
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtwtr Si C
Fm PUntatton C& ...
Hlltn Articular! Co
saw com sujat 1.0, ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co .-
ttonomu &u(f Co...
Honokaa Suf Co -Haiku
Katitibu Plantation LB.
Klt1 Plantation Co Lid
Kloahulu bur"' CO
Kotoa Surar Co
Onoaata Sue at Co.
Mtllryda buairCo ,
Cahu Swat Co .
Ookata Sntar Plant Co
Out Sutai Co LU
Paautiati Soiat Plant Co
paciiM- auajar mm...
Pla Plantation Co .
Prpoak Sotar Co
PIMM. Mill C,
wanuni sugar 1.0
Wallaku Sugar Co Set
Waainao Mm Go
amnaa mmuo ...
InWr-laland Staaai N Col
Hawaiian Eltcltlc Co
Hon DTiLCa Cota
Mutual Talaphona Co
uanu Kdb co
Illlo Hallrca Co
Hon. U, M. Co,
ao4 l-l 1-4
To put in a new Gas Range
Don't let It o until after houseclean
ng; or until the first really warm
' spell surprises you Into Joining tha
"waiting list." ''
Early order mean prompt work.
Gas Ranges and1 Water Heaters
sold by dealers and
HONOLULU GAS CO.
,,... . iEim
Tt, n MmA.liMlitn fnnlii.Aa rt 41. a nlnl I ., .. L '
aiiu ,-.,. nuu.v ivoiuiw ui ...w ..i.I MOW IttIN PC.
arc: (11 tho use ot variable sreed . J" 4 t c
water wheels, and (2) electric trans
mission at variable, voltago and varl
oblo frequency, with constant current.
Tho plant Is designed to utilize fully,
at nil times, tho available water pow
er, by adjusting the load to suit, and
ni nmoniivlriif VtlrrVi nfT.otj-ir.it ttt a"i-ii-it-fl.
;: ,n tovi !" iiipjii viivit.iivj ui.wjvim- . w.iiv.i vv. f
Hon. Tho arrangement used nccom- HuSlKt-?"'
pllsles this control of the load n holly . paotiMt mui Co t p c
Haw Gov DC
Haiku Sintar Co 4 c
Haw Com ft Sac Co c
naw sugar coopc
Hllo U R Co Con lit.
Hon R T c L Co 6 p c
atahukii Plant Lsiec
OalraHfa L Co 6 pc
from tho generating station, without
relays or other remote controlled me
chanism, but solely by tho variation ot
,1 l-aw 1-1
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sales Hetween Hoards: COO Honn-
llno voltago and frequency. Tho total kau, $13; 2S Uwa, 124.SO; COO llonokna,
power ortho plant Is small, only 300 12,75; SO Olaa. 3; 3fi Olaa. J3; 20 Haw,
KV, and tho distance of transmission C. & S. Co., S84: 35 WaUltin, IG7.C0;
Is only flo miles. iCO Wnlnlua. (07.00. Session; 23 Ka,
The problem to be solved In this lr- J2I.G0.
rlgallon project was to utilize as fully .
as possible a small but variable tlow latest eugar quotation, 3.SC25 cents,
of water, under a high constant head, or $71.25 per ton.
ror pumping irrigating water from an
abundant underground supply at a dis
tance from the source of power. Tho
heads at both power and pump ends
being constant, tho amount of pump-
turn fthntitfl vnrv In illrert ration tn tho
flower cf power water. With a reclp-l
rocatlng pump, as was hero adopted
(presumably for best efficiency), the
purapago varies with the speed, andi
thA rfnlilrAmin thprefnrn WAll tn vnrv
tho speed of tho motor In direct pro- Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex.
nortlon to Its load, without material Changs.
reduction of emclency of tho motor. I LOANS NEGOTIATED.
At tho poWcrgenoratlng end. on tho 812-FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
SUGAR, 3.5625 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 5 1-4(1
Thlelen & Williamson .
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
.-j& The New Po ic es 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 arc
clearly and precisely stated, an-l the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor. ' ijia-i W, It h.
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 contra:t the amount of the Insurance It pay
able upon the death of tho Insure, and the premiums are payable
during a limited number of yea--twenty, fifteen or ten years.
The Limited Payment Llfo Policy Is In many respects and for a
large class of Insurers a most desirable contract, providing as It does
that the premluma shall all be paid In the early and nroduetlve 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 5, 10, 15 of 20 years.
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Between the ages of 25 and 31 years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first coci" of $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 andBJ years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages qf 53 an65 years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
day. k '
Is there any healthy man or weman In America at work for
wages who can not afford this "first cost" of a good $1000 policy In
the best and stronges't company on earth?
A little self-denial In small things pleasant thing, 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 afford the maximum of security at
he minimum of cost;
OUR' GUARANTEED INCOME POLICY provides a guaranteed In
come, securo Investment, and a'jjolute protection!
OUR ENDOWMENT POLICY provides a certain guaranteed
sum, payable with profits at a Ned time;
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS furnish the best and most
effective forma of Indemnity and Wed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts tho pay
ment of tho amount Insured as t create a-flxed Income during tho life
of the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY POLJCIE8 er an excellent opportunity for per
sons to obtain a hlah rate of Intorert on their capital for the 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 fee 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 suogest the policy best suited to your
Rate and guarantees cheerfully furbished oh application.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds, ...m
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan en tugtar securities,
You hive real estate you wish to sell,
You hive a house you Wish to rent,
You have ANY buslntss which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT TMROWQrl VVIIM Ituon.
TEL. MAIN '21. 912 FORT ST.
other hand, tho governing require
ment was that tho peripheral speed oi
tho water-wheel should remain con
stnnt, since with constant spouting
velocity, duo to a walcr-auppiy oi con
stant head, tho efficient peripheral
speed of tho wheel Is fixed. The elec
tric generntor wouiu men navo to no
of such nature as to deliver varlablo
power. In proportion to available sup
ply, with unchanged porlphctni specti Tlle Thrd irccnct, Fourth District,
of water wheel. Republican Club took up tho matter of
Tl.ls latter part of (lie proiucm was the Improvement or rauoa valley at a
solved by providing a water wheel of I meeting held at tho rcsldcneo ol
special design, having six rings ot , Charles Uooth last night,
buckets on different diameters, so that Tile following prtltlon adopted b)
with Lonstant buck upend six-different the l'auoa and I'nclflc IIolghlH hn
sneeds of revolution aro obtained Tho I'pruvemcnt Club was presented and
cenWtor. counted directly with tho read:
water wheel, has an output varlngiTo tho Hoard of Supervisors, County
directly with tho speed. It Is a mil-1 of Oahu.
loci; alternating current generator sup. I (jcntlcmcii: We, the undersigned,
piled with a constant mngnetlzlng cur. ' residents, taxpayers and property
I rent from a separate exciter. Tho vol. I owners In nnd nround the District ol
'tago produced by tho generator, and t l'auoa, Honolulu, hereby petition )tmr
lift ficnuency, will therefore vnry dl-, Honorablo Hoard to glvo this valley
rectly with tho speed of revolution. ; tno attent'on' It should bo entitled to,
Thu current generated and sent out In view of tho fact thai tho adjacent
over the transmission lino Is substau-ivallLys, namely, Knllhl and Manoa,
llnllv constant. Iliavu steadily kudo ahead with oxtcu-
Tho generntor Is rated at 300 KW ' stve Improvements and that largo
ond piodilce's three-phoso current , minis of money linvo been expended by
who o frequency Is CO cycles per soc-1 tho government for rights of way and
ong at tho (normal) speed of 430 r. materials aro donated, thereby saving
n m. As Hlrendv noted. It runs ot tbo government Virgo sums of money.
ui.ir.lv .tiff-rent sneeils. ilnnenillne on Therefore, wo respectfully urgo
i. aii,.i,ia ...ia. ..,nw nmi im ' vour Honorablo Hoard to tnko Inline-
vollcgo and frequency Increase or do- dlnto steps for tho extension of Tort
creaso as the speed Increases or de-' street, and tho pinking a horseshoo
a.aa...u ti, avaiia. i. r.k'w mi. 'iohA In l'auoa valley (which Is ono
(.. .,,U-nt .ivnnmn nwii,ntr.,i nn tiin i wllo from the wharf ond Is rcnlly Ho-
1 generator shaft and 'thercforo subject nolulu extended ot tho back) maps
to thu somo variations In speed as tho nnd Btincys of which have been com-
Igcncrntor. An automatic regulator iPicict oy guverm.mH
serves to maintain the voltngo of tho This petition Is signed by oyer two
'oxcltor constant at all speeds, so that 'hundred residents and pioporty own
tho generator fields will bo excited to.trs. .,.,,. ,
'constant strength. A manual neldl, A committee of three consisting of
-a.,i..,a, ,- -m.r-nn.v ar. m,iv i. ' Mvstr. Ilootli. Kerr and Nctly wbb
aTMlnitalM i appointed to present tho petition to
' ?S!5 end of ,1,0 plant. vo - Hoard of Suporvlsors at Us next
mller. from tho poer station com- ,Bhor8 prellcnt Mcsrs.
prises only one unit, a thrcc-phaso , n- ' , )romlscd to glvo
due'lon motor rope ueite.i to a uie.i er , J)a ,., Bllppor, whon lt should
I UUIIll'. HW IllUi... ." I M.V.I tow ... .
Tho pump works against a gross bond
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7r- A Bulletin want ad. costs
15 per Una, for one Insertion,
er HOC Mne ,or ne wk- T
line Is about six words big. An 4-
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may
4- easily do a Hundred Dollars'
sf work. "TBK
-ts- 5000 PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Autos for hire at Tcr Stables.
Two American-Hawaiian freighters,
tSc duo next week.
The U. S. transport Shcrldnn Is duo
from Manila next Monday.
After skating, toko homo an Oyster
loaf from the Cobweb Cafe.
See "Hy Authority" cotumn for
school house proposal, this Issue.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Order of Red
Men, meets this evening nt 7:30.
Island jams and chutney mado by
Mrs. Koarns. 181 Hotel Bt. Illuo 1411.
Tho next mall from San Francisco
will be tbo steamer Korea, due next
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, 1.60 and 2 per week. 1213
The steamer Clnudlno takes mall and
passengers for Laupahochoo and HllJ
Oahu Lodge, No L K. of P.. will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In K. oi
l Hall, King street.
M J. Illsscll. the well known ship
chandler nnd family, left on tho Mauna
Ua at-noon today for Kallun.
V. B. McStocker has gono to take
charge ot Kahuku plantation during
tho absenco of Andrew Adams,
The steamer Iwalanl will sail with
Japancsa laborers off tho Siberia for
Kauai ports probably tomorrow.
COFFEE SHOP TALK
From Hllo will appear In
There will be no rehearsal of the
Symphony Society this evening, owing
to the indisposition ot rentier siock-ton.
Vresh Kahlk mil beef, young veal ana
Island chickens will arrlvo by the Kl
oau for the Raymond Ranch Market
Tomorrow Is the last day of Worn s
special salo of high class laces. Such
bargains have never beforo prevailed
Grand Caster millinery opening at
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday, ah lauies cor
BREAKING INTO 8CHOOL
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 county, under tho direction of
the Health Hoard, has recently com-
pleteil cleaning out tho pond nt the head
of Walolama canal, uy removing tne
accumulation of growth of water hya
cinths, etc. Tho misdemeanor prison
ers were employed on the work. Hllo
Tho Supremo Court this afternoon
will take mi the Hlgashi habeas corpus
case on appeal by the Territory fiom
Judge Do Holt's decision tnni a ucicnu
tint charged with an offenso Involving
a punishment of morg thnn ono y
Imprisonment mtiH do tricu uy a
on an Indictment.
Tho Supremo Court this morning
heard argument by 8. II, Derby and At
torney General I'clcrs on the Cotton
(Iros. caso, dwelling on tho merits ot
tho caso nnd tho legality or jutigo
Clear's decision, which ho wroto In San
Franrlsco. Tho argument will bo com
pleted curly this afternoon.
Tho matter of tho executors of tho
Jas Campbell ettuto ngnliiBt the heirs,
n bill for tho construction of the will,
tamo up beforo Judgo Lindsay this
morning nnd was extensively argued
Nothing adds so to domestic comfort as good beer. It
braces a man for the day's work and cheers his hours of rest
In the bosom of his family. , ,, ,
fills the bill In every respect and Is essentially a household
beer. It Is absolutely pure and wonderfully wholesome. Order
a case today.
Jewelry of every description.
W'c do it in n carcfttl, paiiistakitiir and
We make a specialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
hriug it to us and wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Maey-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly tha 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
S H, Hackffeld & Co,,
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
are most delightful little musical In'
struments and make admirable souve,
by tho many counsel appearing In thenlrs of the land In which they were
rase Attorneys ior 1110 resiionueuis, mauc
I'eters, Watson nnd Dunne, were given
ten days In which to lllo briefs.
' If von aro lnterenUd In nmnto-ir
Photography you shoiTld Join the Ko
dak Correspondence School of the Kast-
man Kodak Co., Ilochestor, N. V, a
course In which carries students stop
by step through the various branchei
of the w'tirk, until they are capablo of
producing satisfactory negnthes and
prints, bolh from technical nnd artis
tic standpoints, It treats of both tho
technical and artistic sldo of photo
grnphy, and appeals to all who are n:
alt Interested In the work. The school
Is open to all upon pnyment of two
dollars, nnd blanks for filling In, to
gether with full particulars, may Ixi
obtalned from the Honolulu I'hoto
a a (
Water from an urleslan well nt Os
tend which has been wasted fur fifty
yours, has now been discovered to pos
sess medicinal qualities similar to the
waters of Vlcby.
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.,
YOUNO BUILDI4NQ 8T0RE.
Violet 8ee '
Toilet Wator A
Extreme Violet '.TA
Sachet I'owdcr V'J
Vlolette Suoerba 1
Face Powder J
Eau de Quinine 3
Colorless, for the hair M
Marvelous Cold Cream a
For tho skin '.a
Violet Almond Meal , 1
For tbo skin 1
Concreto Tincture Benxoln ' tl
For tho skin J
Extreme Violet Talcum, fl
For tho skin
For tho finger nails. .'
For Shampoo J
Pure Olive Oil 8op j
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMESi
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE.'
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINO ST, HONOLULU, H. fU
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands..
Owing to a change In the price of-
certain sizes of crushed rock, price In
future will be ae follows: No. 1, M
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;.
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1-30' '
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the-'
fact that No. 4 has been reduced' te
practically the price of white santV
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It fs far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Reiser
Tho Weokly Edition ot the Evening
Jlulletln gives a coropleto summary -of
tho nows of tho day. For SI a year.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Oflice REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hour!
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Alex
ander Yoong Hotel. Telephone Call!
Tho Weekly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a cotnplcto summary of
tho news of the day. For SI Vfr'
W. A. WANN
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT 8T.
of 2S0 ft. and elves a maximum deliv
ery of 2800 gals per mln.; Its speed
nt this output Is UC r, p. m. Tho
mintn iii fliteil with trcrhanlcallv oner-
atcd valves, and Is by-passed for start- Tho Oceanic liner Alameda, loaded
lnsr. I rfn.i-n with frt.li-ht nnd tnurlat nasscn
I Tho makers state that """' gers docked at the Company's wharf at
0C,n.rSgero"s0h?ad-wPbennVhe "iter -on today. The Alameda sighted sev-
wheel receives 5 cu. ft. per sec. at too cral vessels but none tnai coum uo
ft. head. The total efficiency of tho taken for the overdue bark It. 1'.
plant, on this basis, Is 48 from wa-.HIthet, most of the sailing vessels be
tor to water. Ing bound tho other way. The Alameda
A synchronous Instead of an Indue- sails for San Francisco on Wednesday
tlon .motor was at first proposed to nd will carry a large return passenger
drive tho pump, but this would have, list,
required a 60-HP. motor for starting.! ' ' ,. . .. .
and also on exciter, controllers and
apparatus for throwing tho motors In motor, simpler and cheaper In con
.,i nt in ninen nf rnntralllnir annar. I structlon. and moro reliable In opera-
atus merely. Tho Induction motor I tlon. besides requiring less attention
will be as efficient as a synchronous day by day,
SPECIAL WARNINO NOTICE.
FIRE.8 TO CLEAR LAND WAIANAE
Kotlca Is hereby given that In ac
cordance with Section VI of Act 71 of
tho Session Laws of 1905, It Is forbid
den to stnrt fires for tho burning of
brush, dry grnss, etc, for n period of
six (0) months from dato, unless the
written permission of tho Dlsttlct Fire
Warden has been first obtained, for
that portion of the land of Walanao
bnt llljlrlet nt Wnlnnan IhIsiiiI nf
Oahu, lying above and mauka of tho
rano fields of tho Walanaa Plantation
Company, , I
Tho law reads, "Such nrcs shall not
be started during' a heavy wind or
without sufficient help present to con
trol tho same, and the flro shall bo
watched by the porson setting tho
same, or by competent agents of his,
until put out." Tho District Flro War
den Is Mr. Fred. Meyer of Walanao.
RALPH S. IIOSMEK,
Superintendent of Forestry and
Chief Flro Warden.
Honolulu, March 23, 190C,
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
Ee W. Jordan & Co, Ltd.
11 37 Fort Street
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