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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 23. 1906.
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A Sample of the
'T6M BY" Russia Blucher
Ladies, save your
Have been carefully drawn so at to avoid as (urn possible the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, an-t the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor. lu( W;'aW'MW33CT$'lW &
They are the best of life Insurance contracts and are Issued by
the BE8T of all the companies In the world.
LIMITED PAYMENT LIFE POLICY. " '
By the terms of this contract the amount of the Insurance ,ls pay.
able upon the death of the Insured, and the premiums are payable
during almlted number of yea's 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 premium, shall all be paid In the early and oroduetlve 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 or 20 years. kVt-rt ' iansi.-ir'i hA'. '
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST? "T T l"n,rT' """
Between the ages of 25 and SI year, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first eotV el $1000 good life insurance.
Between the ages of 32 apd 53 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 53 and 65 years, sixteen to twenty-nine esnts
Is there any healthy man or woman In America at work for
wage, who can not afford this "first cost" of a good $1000 policy In
tht best and strongest company en earth?
A Httlo self-denial In small things pleasant things, 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' llxed time
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS .furnish tho best and most
effective forms of Indemnity and xed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of tho amount Insured as t create a fixed Incomo during the life
f the beneficiary; -Krf'jl 'U' )'l ' " I"!1'
OUR ANNUITY POLICIES sr an excellent opportunity for per
sons to obtain a hloh rate of intoreet on their capital for the remain
der of life; an Income safe 6eysnd mishap. This form of Investment
Is particularly recommended to hos. who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to be f't from business 5srs.
We havo prloe. to fit all kniwn wants. All w want to know Is
what you want. If you do not know, tell us enough of your condition
.rrjl,'.iM w.Mniuroest the collev best suited to your
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
W. A. WANN
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT BT.
and cook by Gas no heat,
no dirt, like the ordinary
stove. Call and see the best
makes at the Gas Company's
office in the ,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
The New Policies of
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK
AND WILLETT A GRAY
Reviewing the week ending March
1R. VHIfntt JtV flrnv'a Rttt7Ai Trmln
Journal hag the following comments .
on the Raw Sugar market:
"All the business of the week under
revlew confirms the forecast! of the
markets for the rast few weeks. A .
continued Improvement Is to he noted.
raising the spot quotations of Cetitrlf-
...,- - ... ...... .. .. AA J
uguin iu 0.01-. per puuuu lur o nog.
test, an advance for the wccli of 8c.
ham inn nnnH.li ikn iM..t
advance of any week since tho upward
turn began, iuc uusiness in naw sit. pu punution c. ....
gara during the week was rather Hra-lSETl'.l&SK!1
lted, as for the greater part of the
time buyers and sellers wero cons dor-
. . - " M. .... .
BDiy opart, mo sales at mo Close wimnto Lurir Go
amounted to about 30,000 bags and Win M1111.0 ...
wero sold by one refinery to another. .f"?,Sfhf!?i-.i
the Federal being tho seller and the
National the buyer. The price obtain-
cd for the Centrifugals was 2.17c. c. I.
r., equai 10 a.ozci ror o ueg. duty paw,
anJ for a small quantity of Molasses
Included In one of these cargoes was
l.wa to. equal to 2.76c. duty paid. Tno
position of Sugars for shipment shows
corresponding' advance without any
business being reported, somo nearby
Sugars, and Sugars for March ship-
ment being offered nt 2 316c. cost and
1UIKIII. IIIIU Jtl'Ill BUIUIIIl'lll OllKillO
nro held at 2 He. It Is understood
that buyers would bo wiling to pay
2 ii-itc. ior April snipment, uut ao not
. . ..:. ; .. ....
vuin lur Hiiy iiiutuy ur diureu snip-.
ment at this figure."
TOWN TOPICS SUED.
New York, March 19. John
strong Chanter filed a suit In the Unit
ed States Circuit Court today against
William I). Mann and the Town Top.
leg rubllihlng Company for 150,000
dumages for libel. Chanter allege
that an article In the paper Insinuated
that Improper relations existed betwrru
himself and his former wife, Amelia
Illvcs, nuthor of "The Quick or tbti
Read," and now Princess Troubetskoi,
and these existed with tho consent of
her husband. Chanter gives his resi
dence as Iloanoke Ilaplds, Ya. lie
makes airtdavlt on Information and be
lief that the 'libelous nrttcle appeared
Iff Town Topics on October 15. 1903.
The Weeklv Edition of the Evenlns
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of I LOAN8 NEGOTIATED.
the aowa of the day. For SI' yar.'912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN
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 ypu wish to sell, n
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of aetlvs,
See Thielen &
AND IT WILL BE PUT
TEU MAIN 21.
John Bull beglni to
, .. , . .
"It would bo a great thing to havo
n Hawaiian trophy to bo offered al tho
1.nn.,i .mnneiltinnii of tho National
Illflo Association," sain coi. joncs
this morning.. "I have written a leuer
on -the subject to tho Promotion Com
mlttee. which explains tho whole mat
The letter referred to Is as follows:
Honolulu, uanu, i. u..
March 28th. 1906.
The Hawaii Promotion Committee, IU
Gentlemen: 1 have the honor to of.
fcr the suggestion that this Territory
offer a trophy to be called the "Hawai
ian Trophy" to be competed for annual-
ly a: the National nine competitions
These competitions have been provld
ed for by the Congress of the united
States, and attract not (inly thousands
of riflemen from the -various Blales
and Territories, hut thousands of vl- . " d
itora to watch the hoo(lng. Tho pro.."11" ' , m ,
gress mado In tho various matches la
telegraphed dally to all parts of the The Norwegian ship Karmo, Ui
United States and commented on by tons. Is twelve days out from Lelth
I tho press, the eastern papers espoclal
NAME OP STOCK
C Brtwcr at Co
Honoku stu Co
JSTfilnSiion Co ia
Kipihuiu s r Co ....
Chu sur.i Co - .-
fiv.u cV. pT.Vt C.
s u,a2"'ssL vv
wiukuSuvir Co 5c,
Muw.i T.tphn. Co -J
"on. B. Am. tS.!." TI
' "bonds ""
h Tur'i ,Kp.c7
",; r i c0 c.Vop'i
Hon K T at L Co 6 p e.
Kihtilco PUnf Co 6 D C
tru o p c,
..., Mm Co6oe
Wdilut Attic Co ope-
Sales Between Hoards: 10 Olaa, V,
100 Oahti Sub. Co , 37.G0; 53 O. It. & U
Co. 103: 10 0. II. & I.. Co. 193; 100
Hon. U. & M. Co . 25 26. session: u
12wa, 2j 8 IMonccr, 1137.50.
Latest sugar quotation 3.55 cents or
71. per ton.
SUGAR, 3.55 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 5 l-4d
Tfilelen & Williamson
'STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond E
Williamson About It
THROUGH WITH A "" .,
I tOKT ST.
IN A BOAT.
think that thrss's a crowd.
nt Ihn iliilnca nnd standing of the
(teams and Individuals compollng.
Thero nro now llvo or six tropliici
(ono being provided by CongrcsH nnd
the others by Stntcs and Individuals)
of tho value of from five hundred dol
lars to perhaps n thousand dollars,
which nro compotcd for .annually, Iu
addition to whli h cash prises aro offer
ed br tho National Illflo Assocln'lon
of America, tho trophies being exhibit.
ed t tho Bnn,mi competitions, nnd
wnen won. taken by tho winning teams
to their homo States and held In tho
custody oi mo aujuiuhh unraui u
sucn uiaics, ueing rciurni-u in mm mi
- ie next competition.
- in offering such a trophy this Tcrrl'
tory would bo placing Itself In lliiu
wtn t,0 policy of the. exocutUo nnd
jlvgislatlvo branches of tho Federal
Government In Its endeavor to promotu
rifle shooting, and at tho samo time
tiiiy advertising Itsolf annually fo
tic Initial cost of the trophy.
. J, W. JONE8.
raarket rf of ,ho c,ironcIo
- l . .. h . 8lK,r toc)! woro
h w flrm, , ,iana wlh (ll0 n0dng
ielomeIlt not deposed to sell, although
....,,. .,, , .. m havn
- wtthi general cargo to Hackfeld & Co.,
SMT A Bulletin want i. costs
15f per line for one Insertion,
or 30d " "ne 'or one week-a
line Is about six words big. An
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may
easily do a Hundred DoMars'
of work. 'Bj '
jsjr- 5000 PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
! EVERY DAYI
Autos for hire nt Tcr Stables.
The Sheridan Balls tor San Francisco ,
1 ho steamer Maul sails for Hamaku.t
ports tomorrow afternoon. 'I
After skating, tako home an Oyster
loaf from the Cobweb Cafe.
Four nrlctlea of fresh Jam at Ho
per pound at tho factory, 184 Hotel St. ,
Ladles' hose arc being sold at almost
half price nt the sale now on nt Sachs'. ,
A well-educated young man desires
a position for a few months. See ad,
Tho bark Amy Turner was to havt
sailed March 21 from San Francisco
Sam Johnson Is mentioned for head
of the Oahu County Committee of tin
The Grand Jury met this afternoon,
but adjourned until Friday when It will
make Its final report.
Tho ship Manga Htva Is about to salt
from Manila for Kaanapall, where she
ftfll load sugar for New York.
Illom Is offering this week an excep
tionally fine assortment of men's shirt
Ing, all white, at very low prices.
A list of the officers elected to sen
tor tho ensuing year In the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. Is published In
Nicely furnished rooms with all mod
ern improvements, at reasonable ratfls.
The Majestic, corner Fort and Hero
Tho San Francisco Chronlclo says:
The FIJI Sugnr Company, Ltd., tho
stock of which Is held principally In
Vancouver, H. C, Is preparing to erect
a largo and uptodnto sugar mill on
Its sugar cstnto at Tamunua, FIJI. Tins
mill will bo a nlno roller mill, together
with all tho latest appliances in cen
trifugals, boiling and settling appar
atus and dryers, and will have a capaC'
ity of 100 tons a day. Tho site for tho
mill has been prepared. The new ma
chll.cry Is due In FIJI this month by
tho steamer Aorangl, which stopped
at Honolulu en route on March 10th.
It Is expected to havo everything com
pleted and ready for grinding opera
tions by net t October, The product of
tho compnny's FIJI plantations Is nil
Bhlprcd to Vnncouvcr, where It is ro
MANY WITNE8SES WAITING.
(Continued from Paae 1.1
had prepared a largo map of tho
Wharton promises and the sceno of
tho murder and was carefully examin
ed regarding the location of various
spots and tho naturo of the buildings,
vegetation, etc. Ho was also subject
ed to a crosH examination by Harrison,
hut outside of a little wranglo which
Harrison and Peters got Into concern
ing tho height of somo lantnna bushes,
this evidence was far from cxctllng.
Al tho opening of tho proceedings
Harrison said that he would walvo no
objection to tho Jury's being allowed
In disperse, which might arise on a
motion for a new trial, It tho jurors
should bo found to read sensational
nowrpan.er reports or ho Influenced In
another manner. Tho Jurors wero yes
tcrday instructed not to read tho paper
arounts of tho trial
Alfred. I.nko Wllllnms, tho photogrn
thcr, testified regarding tho making by
him of somo phntonrnphs of tho Whnr
ton rromlsoH. tho sceno M tho murder
and other places of Interest. Iirgn
enlargements of theso pictures will ho
displayed during tho trial by the pros
rrtitlnn. In tho menntlrae tho prosecution's
mnit Important witnesses nro hanging
about In flic court hourc corrldnr
nwnltlng their turn to bo called. Thoy
Include Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox of
Walalun. who arrested Johnson, nud
Ottlcor Klnl, who wns with Mm nt tlm
1Imo of tho arrest. Ruck Hon. tho Chi-k-so
who found the remains of tin
Whnrton child, after having consulted
n, Chinese orncle. and MnmaUi, a Ha
waiian who accompanied "him at tho
tlmoj aro also waltnlg to be called.
Among tho other witnesses for the
prosecution, who are now In attend
nnco aro Nishlmoto, tho Japancsn who
was with Johnson when ho made his
prctmded search for tho body, and
Mnltlo Ynmaila, a Japancso washing
woman, with whom tho defendant hnd
trouble regarding his laundry on tho
morning of tho murder.
Tho story ot very short wedded
bliss Is told by Hannah A. You Hoon
In tho libel for dlvorco which sho has
filed against Tan You Hoon. Sho
shows that tho marrlago took place on
Jan. 18, 1900, nnd that her loving
spouse having tired of her In a little
more than a month. Ho ordered her
to leavo hla houso on Feb. 27 and has
ever slncu refused to support her. so
that sho has had to depend on the char
ityiof her relatives.
The llbellant shows that the llbellco
"gets a comfortable salary" of f 30 a
month as an employee of the flrm ot
Yeo Chan, and has property worth II,
000. She asks for an absoluto divorce,
permission to resume her maiden
name of Hannah Kaumaka Alapal, at
torney's foe, costs and permanent all-
I mony In. the sum of $25 a month.
A libel for dlvorco has also been
filed by Elizabeth Martens against Er
nest Martens. Sho shows that tho
marrlago took placo at Olaa on Feb.
19, MVi. Ull WUy IV, lifUi, uiu cuuino i
IIIUVIHI U IIUUUIU1U, UUU lll uuu u,
1903, the ltbelleo deserted her and Is
.nH tn It.. l.na, il t.aa IiaIIaF In Ham.
burg. Germany. She asks for an ab. II
.solute divorce and the custody of a
Is a home product that would be a credit to any city on the main
land. Its name and Itsfame have been noised abroad by virtue of
its superlative excellence and Its never-varying quality. It I an
Ideal drink for the moist and doubtful springtime, on account of
Its rtmarkable tonic properties.
Wc do it in a careful, painstaking mid
We make 'a kpccialty of repairing fine
If our costly timepiece is out of order
liriug it to us and wc will treat it skill
fully oud scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
Maey-Wemeeko Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and 'finish leavo nothing to bt
desired. They aro fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In ether desks. Tht
prices are moderate for suoh
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
A new stock of Writing Tablets and
Papeteries, including Eaton-Hurlbut's
Highland Linen Tablets In the new
extra long Size which only requires to
be folded once each way to fit Into an
ordlrary oblong envelope.
We have also tho celebrated Eaton
Hurlbut Twotone Line Tablets In
white and blue, with envelopes to
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ BUILDINQ STORE.
Tbo Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of
the news of tbo day. For 81 a year.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
R. & G. COR8ET8, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day
LINEN LAWN8, a nice assortment, "Very Qood Values."
INDIA LINENS, good purchase.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells Itself.
H08E, ladles' and children's, what you require.
c AL80 o
RIBBONS, Damask Satins etc. etc.
,E, W- Jordan
U 37 Fort Street
RICtARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS:
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
Violet Sec 1
Extreme Violet '-!
Sachet Powder 'i
Vlolette Suoerba ' ti
Face Powder r'i
Eau de Quinine - ''
Colorless, for tho hair li
Marvelous Cold Cream ,jfl
For the skin . ;Jl
Violet Almond Meal TO
For tbo skin .1
Concrete Tincture Benzoin , -,3
Kor tho skin "gj
Extreme Violet Talcuim "M
For tho skin ' M
For the finger nails- ,1
For Shampoo -aj
Purs Olive Oil Soapi Si
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES'
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE.
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINO ST, HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Owing to a change In the price ol
certain alzes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.69
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $131
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to-tho-o
fact that No. 4 has been reduced' tc-
practically the price of white sancVv
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. McHONALD,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Houral
10-12; 24; 7 8. Residence, Tho Also,
snder Young Hotel, Telephone Call:
Young Hotel." '
The Wcokly edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary oft
the nows of tho day. For SI yew,.
& Co, LtcL
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