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EVENING DULLETIN, .HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 190. v
beer. It t? .
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
SHERIDAN IS IN PORT MraLULU SJE2!
LARGE PASSENGER LIST
OF PEOPLE FROM MANILA
TWENTIETH INFANTRY WITH
COL. MAUS IN COMMAND A
PLEA8ANT TRIP FROM
HWULULU STOCK EXCHANGE," LOCAL AND GENERAL
HONOLULU, March 26. 1906.
NAME OP STOCr
wBrewtr Ik Co ,
p. tlan,.,lAn Co
Hawaiian AftlculttuJ Col
Maw Com k Suear Co.. I
Hawaiian Sufar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Hallta Sarar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Cihal ruination Co LM,
Kipahuiu sugar co
I I n Estes, Francis Estes, Captain P.
rrriE v K8 x'"- F. V. Krug, Miss Kath. c'AJ
To put in a new Gas Range
Don't let It go until after houseclean
tng; or until the flrat .really warm
pell surprises you Into Joining the
Early order mean prompt work.
' Gas Rangee and Water Heater
sold by dealers and
Clllti Wallace. 2d I.t. Austin M. Par. P,JL.MTri,:V'
1 dec, 2d Lt. H. M. Nelly, Mrs. Nelly and Xf-,',"" A"' Co 6 p c
A Child. 2d Lt. Phillip Wrleht.nn Mr. . , && ---
Wrlghtson (mother). 2d Lt. T. W.' Sales Bet. Ho
HONOLULU GAS CO.
OF NEW YORK
Have been carefully drawn so ai to avoid as far as possible the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges aro
clearly and precisely stated, ant the contract may bo easily under
stood by Its possessor. f IfiHi ft iHlfiyj"! 4
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.
Dy the terms of this contract the amount of thelnsuranco 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 nroductlve 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 tha
nd of 5, 10, 15 or 20 years.
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST7
Between the ages of 25 and 81 years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cot" of $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 and 53 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 53 and 65 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 an earth?
A little self-denial In small things pleasant things, perhaps, but
unnecessary things will pay th hilt 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 costs
OUR GUARANTEED INCOME POLICY provides a guaranteed In
come, secure Investment, and a'jiolute protection;
OUR ENDOWMENT POLICY provides a certain guaranteed
aum, payable with profits at a fixed time;
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS furnlth the best and most
effective forms of Indemnity andixed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of the amount Insured as ti create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY POLICIE8 offer an excellent opportunity for per
sons to obtain a hlah rate of Iniereet on their capital for tho remain
der of life; an Income safe beyind mishap. This form of Investment
I 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 kntwn 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
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
. W. A. WANN
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND, 938 FORT 8T.
ITjtlAa. Skaaaw.it Pa
Nagasaki, the United States transport 'Mtnr-a. Sugar Co .
Thirteen and one-halt days
aeanAkl. tha ITnllorl R,n-. r,
Dhn.f.1.. ...i..-.. -m . ,- .; . . Cahu Sufi
i..v,iuu orun-u on pun lasi nigm A.M.. 5..., Co.
about 1 o'clock and tied up to the Navy Ookau&mai Plant Co
wharf at 7 o'clock this moraine. Thn Oiaa Sugar Co Lis .
Bherldan carries the 20th Infantry,.tho paaTha" sft.7pu.ico
tunning uuicers on Doaru being COI. i racincausar mm...
M. P. Maus In command and Col. Al- p&"i.'rc. '
fred Reynolds of the 22d lnfantrv SSIITmTii EI
Captnln Pcabody reports a pleasant S:!fi"JS'.'J?S"C
rip and a little nasty weather and willSS s Co 'iii
head winds just before rcachlfic (ho Watmanaio sugar Go-
Islands. Tho fnllmvln ..,,,,,.. ..- Waiana. MllICo .....I
,,....r,vl , M,it,ElLAHtou5
On board i InUr-Ulanl Suan N Col
Col. Marlon P. Maus. Malor Jnmos ' H')1" E!'" 9? -i tM'M
0. Rogers, Major Charles U. Hardin, HS5TtcJc.-q i.TSS.
mm. u. h, iiaruin, miss Virginia Hor- "mai iinon co i
din, Master Donald Hardin, Chaplain miiSh. "oai cVTTT
John M. Moose, Captain K. M. Lewis, Hon. u.om. Oo
Master Harry Lewis. Captain Geo. H.iH.T?5?Fir.cai
Rtr Mr. n Tl f.,. ,... tr. HawTaf 4 e into UJ
,..u, ...., uvw. ... univ., .i.us.tji aiuu- naw irraM PC
- - -- ... a.ai..jurj..i.
erlno Krug, Captain V. S. Graves. Haiku Sula Co c
Captain V. I). Webster. Contain Oco. n. !!"fc',".??c?c
Moore. Mrs. Oto. D. Moore, Captain mio rTco CoY.Vc
Wra. H. II. Chapman. 1st Lt. J. K. Par Hn. r t fc L Co e p e
sons 1st Lt IIunfKlnile. 1st Lt. E. SSftBWftV.t:
b. Rains, 1st U. John M. Cratg, 1st OibuSutrCopc
4 1-S l 1-1
IB A Bulletin want ad. costs
15cS per line for one Insertion, .
op yOc ,lne or one vveek a ,
-r line is aooui oix vvoras Dig fn v
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may '
; easily do a Hundred Dollars'
1 1 1-4
it , l-J
Ilnnritn 20 Wnlnltin
Oarrlthcrs, 2tlLt. A. E.hrcnds, Mra. .07.60; 25 Walalua, $07.60; 125 Mc-
Ahrcnds, nnd child. 2d Lt. Hurt W.
Phillips, Mrs. Phillips, 2d Lt. A. D.
Chaflln. 2dLt- h, o. Sharpe. 2d Lt. M.
0. Wise, 2d Lt. C. a. Early, Mrs. Mol
llo Early (mother), Miss Evelyn It.
Early, 2d Lt. Oscar A. Russell, 2d Lt.
Felix W. Motlow, Mrs. John M. Craig,
Col. Alfred Reynolds. 22tl Infantry;
1st Lt. W. C, Chldestcr, Asst. Surg.;
Mrs, W. C. Chldestcr; L. E. Borcn,
Capl. Phil. Constab.; Mrs. H. O. nis
sett, wife Capt. U. 8. M. C; I). M.
Carruthers, Gunner U. S. N.; George
Dougherty, cxemp Q. M. D.; James W
Dllloy. emp. Ins. Gov.; Mrs. Dlllcy and
four children; H, O. Foster, clerk Pay
Depl.j C. A. Gooding, clerk Q. M. D.;
Mrs J. C. Gregory and child, family
Asst. Surg. U. S. A.; Miss Carrlo L.
Howard. Army nurse: Miss Mnrln ni.
ordan, Army nurse: Major W. L.l LOANS
Kneeuier. Burgeon U. 8. A.; Mrs. V. 912 FORT 8T.
Uryde, $5.60; 14 McUryde, $3.50; 100
Honokaa, $13; 76 Honokaa, $13. Ses
sion; 60 Honokaa, $13; 30 McUryde,
$5.60; 10 Ewa, $21.50.
Latest sugar quotation 3.55 cents or
$71. per ton.
SUGAR, 3,55 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 4 l-2d
Tfilelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BONO BROKER8.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
TEL. MAIN 1Z
You buy or sell stocks or bonds, a
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 neede the attention of active,
hustling agents, '
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
The New Policies of (See Tltieleii & Williamson About It
THE MUTUAL LIFE
Wiilcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES andRANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. GET THE BEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests ,
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. 8TILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8.
L. Knecdler and two daugmcrs; nan- i,ni ur nrmiTif purnirr
dal Kernan, 2d I.t. Phil. Scouts; W. MJNA 3 UC.'Ul I 3IlIUiT
P. Lawrence, clerk U. s. N.; Mrs.
Chas. I McCnskcy wife Ins. Govt. ,; re Hiiiwiiij
fiPirrn "rirK W 'nowIou Con "oltialoa, Kona. March 22,-Thn
ffiuSVtoiiSi1'' for tho appointment of the
& CBbatia.nMr i.tJ Inf.; ?op,y Bh.HlT .1111 -h
i& "wn. A?rw. ... wi'fo in" . The Homo UuDemoc'rats have lost
' . wm A San nson clerk Q. M. votes by having two candidates on
en p. ''r, their hands, Makal.alupa being nornl
o" w ' Ha and wife Ins emn.; W nled at tho meeting of March U. by
H Hunter emp Ins' Govt? Major the majority of one. Tho voting, how
XK &t. o'c. ?vcr. wn. .mall most of tho .present
i'h paC o r X .! "taS I- th." eM.on M ca'nd Z
daughtPery"?aof Mrs nisi.: widow brought forward In the meelng. Thun
M.ir. Mr. Rphnfiflii wlfn Malor- Makoholupa's nomination Is no war
lB S .tccr'age 571. nt of hi. success, as reported y tho
ond ta cawn. ov, Biecragi, on. n..nin ir-n,,.. rrn.nnn.toni
The Sheridan will be in port tnrco " vU....,-...-v...
dayii and has on board 1,000 tons
coal for the local station,
Y. M. C. A. ENTERTAINMENT.
of On the other hand, tho Republicans
havo only one candidate, namely, J. K,
Nahalc, As the appointment I. oxpect
cd Jn bo given to tho one with tho larg
est"number of voter's signature, on his
ptHltlon to the Hoard, many think that
J. N. Koomoa, former captain of po
rt T?ml1v KnMa u-ltl cli-A a .tprnnn.
",.i .... . .v.- v t n a l lice. Is prcfcrablo, slnco ho line shown
orcu views jrom uiiiuiik iim luuiuuo ui .i.ij . i.t. i,ij. (hint II I.
Amenca. concluding wllh most exm...- . . " WenJhlnk II U
oHavS' of Arlron" """ "'"", eho for the post at the coming clec
Dr. Emily Noble has no rival In her, on
tional reputation as a lecturer and nf- A neat young man desires situation
ter many years spent In theabovo coun1 to work between tho hours of 9 and a
trio Is ablo to produce some of the, every day. Sec ad, Ihls Issue
most magnificent views. Prof Haul's An operation for appendicitis waj
orchestra will furnish music and tho
members of tho Y. M. C, A. will giro
a horizontal bar exhibition. Admis
sion 50 cents; for benefit Y. M. C. A.
this morning successfully performed
on Lylo A. Dickey at tho Queen's hospital.
ZW 5000 PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Autos for hire at Ter Stables.
Tho Honolulu Times Is out for April.
After skating, tako homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
Lutted's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co., and C. J. Day A Co.
A bright, rellnble boy who lives with
his parents. Is wanted In a law oOlcc. ,
A. McUryde ami Mrs, E. A. McUryde
crrlvcct from Kauai yesterday morning.'
in cully rurnishca rooms at the pop
ular. $1, $1.60 aud $2 per ncek. 1213
Col, Thompson, owner of tho St. Paul
(Minn.) Dispatch, and wife, arc guests
at tho Alexander Young Hotel.
Miss Illunt will sail tor Japan by the
Siberia, April 11.
Vrcsh Kahlklnul beef, young veal and
Island chicken, will arrive by tho Ki
ll mi for the Raymond Ranch Market
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at its cooling and
preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Dr. Emily Noble speak, this after
noon before the literary circle of the
Kiiohana Art League. Her topic is tho
"Urlghtcr Sltlo of Social I.I to In India.
Yashtkl, a Japanese, who lived at the
corner of Kukul and River streets, yes
terday shut hlmcclf, leaving letter,
which will be opened at the Inquest.
Tonight tbero will be present at tho
V. M. C. A. n good plnno player, nnd !
thorc who llkcl o sing ore Invited to
come to our hall and sing college songj,
etc., from 7:30 until 9:30.
Mons. A, 'Mtzuvonn, French consul
at Honolulu, has had his leave of ab
sence extended In order to obtain a
post In Italy or Spain.
Chief Forester Hosmcr expects to
leave for tho mainland on the Mon
golia, sailing April 7.
V. R. Castle, who left In the Si
beria to Join his family In Uoston and
await, his eon's graduation from Har
vard, will endeavor to enlist capltaf
(or tho Kona railroad.
News was received by tho Klnau of
tho sudden death of Mrs. Geo. E. Rugg
on Tuesday last, at tho homo of Miss
Paris In Kona.
An effort Is being made at tho United
States Agricultural Experiment Sta
tion to acclimate tho silk worm In Ha
wall and make the production of silk
here n commercial actunllty. "
Tomorrow from 10 until G tho Kilo
hana Art league rooms. 10 and 11 Al
exander Young building, will bo open
to tho public for a special exhibition
of Hnwallan sketches In oil and water
colors, cards and Eaatcr souvenir..
Nat Weinberg, humane olllce of Ban
to Clara county, California, at present
In Honolulu. Is desirous of forming a
Humano Society and will meet anyouo
Interested In tho matter at his offlce, 41
and 43 Young building. I
There will bo a special meeting of tho I
McCully Improvement Club Ibis even
ing at tho Japanese Chapel, corner of
King street and Knlakaua avenuo.
Thctrrgular meeting of the Guild and
U'nmnn'a Ativlllnrv nf fit Anrtrnu-'. I
cathedral will bo held at 2:30 this afternoon.
.Mr. und Mrs. Miller of Chicago, who
havo bucn staying at tho Moana Hotel
for a couplo of weeks, will return homo
by the Alameda on Wednesday.
- Dr. 1-ranklln Hurl may remain nli
I'ukrai until Mny, and he will then go
to Walalua plantation, His wife amp
daughter aro tho guests of Miss A, '..
John M M 1? "n ' agent of tho Antl- "re m0,t "ohtful little musical In
men. Including saloon-keepers, for "'" of the Und ,n vvh,en ,he-' were
opinions ns t which class of licenses "'""
.hould bo repealed. v ' We have them In a variety of hand-
Judge Lindsay has appointed Cecil lom woous ana every one is guaran
Drown guardian of tho property of teed to be perfect In tone.
David L. Jolnmon. Wm. F. Johnson, Ukuleles are easy to learn and play
i.uiui jouiigon unu jiary juunsun, mili
ars. Tho Acting Governor todny received
un olllclnl rail from Captain E. P. A.
daunt of II. M. 8. Cambrian nnd Cap
tain II. G. Dnllon of II. M. 8. Flora. At
kinson was attended by Mayor Zlegler,
Major Wall ond W. M. Gilford.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Halibut writes that ho expects to return
(rout Kauai noxt Wednesday.
The case t the Rapid Transit Co,
Nothing adds so to domestic comfort as good
braces a man for the day's work and cheer, his hours of rest
In the boom of his family. JjJ,,.?
fills the bill In every respect and Is essentially a household
beer. It Is absolutely pure and wonderfully wholesome. Order
a case today.
Iffpa-a-aiv awTenpj a-a-fjr A M KBSfJ
1 We'do it in n careful iwiiistaking and
Wc make a specialty if repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
liring it to us nnd wc will treat it skill-'
fully and scicntiGcally for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
Macy-Werneeke Roller Top
Desk, 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,,
RICiARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS,
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TADLE
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for tho hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
For tho skin
Violet Almond Meal
For tbo skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin
For tha .kin
Extreme Violet Talcum
For tbo akin
For tho finger nails.
Pure Olive Oil Soap- .
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET 8PECIALTIE8 ARE.
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINO ST, HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
and may be made the means of passing
many a pleasant hour.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ BUILDINQ STORE.
Tbo Weekly Edition of tho Evening
nulletln elves a comnlotn summary of
ugulnst the American-Hawaiian 8. 8. ho nowa of the day. For SI a year.
Co., un action for dumages for glusj ..
which was delivered In broken coni.1-;
Mon, began this forenoon beforo Judga!
A Japanese dinner wilt bo tendered
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Owing to a change In; the price oh
certMn sizes of crushed rock, prices ln
future will be as follows; No. 1, (1.83 .
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2X5 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80 A
per cu. yd.
We with to call attention to thei
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white und, .
making It available for all kind, of con
crete work, for which It I. far superloo
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours'!
10-12; 2-4 J 7 8. Residence, The Ale
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Calls
Tho Wcokly Edition of tho Evening
Dullctln give, a complete summary of
the now. of tho day. For SI yeac
tho members ot tho Hawaii Promotion
Cummltteo at the Mochltsukl Club,
Wulklki, ct 7 o'clock this evening.
Captain Harry Klnmmo of Co. C, N.
G, II., muy reilgn beforo his compauly
is dlsbunded. Ho Is saltl to have stuffed
the rolls of his company nt the recent
Inspection, to pad out tho nverago of
attendance nt the muster, The facts
havo been reported to Washington.
At n meeting of tha Manoa Improve
ment Club recently steps wero taken
to Insure the extension ot tho water sys
tern to upper Manoa. Among other Im
provements tho Club has secured Is a
shelter station for tho Junction of Ka
niclmnitha avenuo nnd Munoa road,
on ly awaiting tho approval of, tho Sup
erintendent of Public Works as regards
If you are Interested In amateur
photography you should Join the Ko
dak Correspondence School of the East-t
man Kodak Co,, Rochester, N. Y a
(ourse In which carries students stop
by step throiigh the various branches
of the work, until they are capable o(
producing satisfactory negatives and
prints, both from technical and artis
tic standpoints. It treats of both the
technical and artistic bIcIo ot photo
graphy, and appeals to all who are nt
all Interested In the work, The school
Is open to all upon payment ot two
dollars, and blanks for filling In, to
gether with full particulars, may hi
obtained from tho Honolulu Photo
R. i. 0. COft SET, 8, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWNS, a nice assortment, "Very Good Values."
INDIA LINEN8, good purchase.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sell Itself.
HOSE, ladles' and children's, what you require.
o ALSO o
RIBBONS, Damask Satins etc. etc.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd
1137 Fort Street