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EVENING- DOIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. THUftgpAY. MARCH 29, 190C.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 29. 1906.
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A Sample of the
"DOMBY" Russia Blucher
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Before housecleaning treat
your kitchen to a
'S'l'''S Ml Ml (if "g"' .
Then, when you do clean, you'll have
the satlsfsetlon of knowing there will
be no dutt, no ashes, no coal, no kind
lings, to make It untidy.
Gas-Ranges and Water Heaters
I sold by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
Doesn't Want Deputy
POLITICAL PARTIES RESENT
CIVIC FEDERATION SCHEMES
TRENT AND HUGHES IN POSITION
OF HAVING TWO LOVES EACH.
' 8ENATOR ACHI'8
Tlicro Is every promise of the polit
ical pot being kept on tho boll right
up to the tlroo when the votes are
counted In November.
Everybody's taking a turn at supply
lng fuel for the fire. Somo arc throw)
Ing In green wood and raising smoke;
some aro chopping small kindlings and
watching tho blaze; whlto others, ac
cording to their dispositions, stand by
with oil or salt to feed, tho flames so
that tho pot bolls over,, or smother
them la an attempt to cool the mess
Tho crusade against A. M. Drown
for Sheriff started some tlmo ago. Now
nnd then a particular thing Is done to
discredit him, as, for example, the
morning paper's distorted version of
tho resignation of Clerk Ned Crabbe
from tho Police Department, Ned
Crabbe was not fired by the Sheriff and
Ned Crabbo himself says that ho was
not fired. He had tho following to say
this morning to a Uulletln man:
"Tho Sheriff had occasion to speak
to mo In. his office In regard to tho
serving of certain papers. This bust
ncss being completed, he asked me If
It was truo that my father (Clarence
Crabbo) was going to run for 8hcrlff.
I told him that my father would run.
Sheriff Drown said it would he but nat
ural that I should want to get out and
work for my father, and I then told
him that, of course, I wanted to work
for my father and that I had Intended
going to see him (the Sheriff) in re
gard to the matter: that I had Intend
cd handing In my resignation about
August, I havo not tints far been act-
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nonomu sugar -o(
K wok it Sum Co
Kahulm Plantation Co
Kite. Plantation Co Ltd
nolo a Migar uo
Gahu Suf ar Co
Qtioma Sugar Co.
OokaUSofar Plant Co
Olaa Sufi' Co Ltd
Paauhau Soaar Plam Co
Pacific Star Mill A
Pala Plantation Co
feptfeo Satar Co
Walalaa AtTlcuHnrtl Co
Wafluku Sotar Co ....
WallukuSuzar Co Scr
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Hon R T Ik L Co Coa J
Mutual Taltptiont Co A
janu l lo,.,m-.i
Hllo Radroad Co
Hon. II. AM. Go......
Haw Tcrr'l 4Hp.c.
Haw Gov j p c
Haw Com A Sue Co j pd
Hon R T L Co 6 p c.
Kahuku Plant Co 6 d c
Oahu Sugar Coop c I
wiaa sugar uuopii
waiaiua Agric -o o p c
Sales Uct, Hoards: 10 Mcllrydn,
(5.50; 20 Ookala, S5.C0. Scxston: H
Klhcl. (8.25; C2 Klhcl, ?8.25; 100 Kwa,
Latest sugar quotation. 3.51 cents
or $70.20 per toin
SUGAR, 3.55 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 5 l-4d
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex-
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LIMITED PAYMENT LIFE POLICY.
By the terms of this contract the amount of the Insurance Is pay.
able upon the death of the Insured, nnd the premiums are payable
during a limited number of yea twenty, fllteen or ten years.
The Limited Payment Life Policy Is In many respects and for a
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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
fixed number of years. Dividends are payable annually, or at the
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 cot" of $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 and 52 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 63 and 65 years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
Is there any healthy man or woman In America at work for
wagea who can not afford this "first cost" of a good $1000 policy In
the 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 cost various prices,
OUR TWENTY-YEAR DISTRIBUTION POLICY on continuous
life and limited payment plans iffords 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 fixed time;
OUR 4 ND 5 PER CENT. B0ND8 furnish the best and most
effective forma of Indemnity and ixed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of tho amount Insured as t. create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY P0LICIE8 .Her an excellent opportunity for per.
sons to obtain a hlah rate of Interest on their capital for the remain
der of life; an Income safe bey.nd mishap. This form of Investment
Is particularly recommended to 'hose who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to be f iec from business cares.
Ws have price 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 sungest the policy best suited to your
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
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 you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You 'have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
1 hustling agents,
Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
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Ilk mi II I mm fesfw
L0C1L AND 6ENERAL
Autos for hlro at Tcr Stables.
A cottage at Walklkl on tho beach In
tor rent. Sec ad, this Ismc.
Tho schooner Itctha Nelson return
to Humboldt Hay tomorrow. I
After skatlnc, tako homo an Oyster .
loaf frora'the Cobweb Cafe.
Tho To)o Klsen liner America Maru
Is duo from Yokohama for San Fran-"
clsco tomorrow. I
Order a nice broiler, fresh Island!
occi ana cai hi itnymomi iiuucn r
kct, telcphono 401.
Dr. Geo. Herbert has been rc-cora-
mlssloncr as n member of tho Board
of Medical Examiners.
Poll taxes will be dc Innuent after
next Saturday, after which a penalty of
0 per cent will be collected.
The bark II. P. Illtlict rocs to rail
way wharf tomorrow morning to com
mence loading for San Francisco.
The Supreme Court this mornlne
heard argument In the matter of Zcavo
vs. Zeave, an appeal from a dlvorco decree,
The French bark ricrro Anlonlna
sails for No'wcastlc about next Wed
nesday, where eho will load coal tot
On Friday last a Japanese employed
on tunnel work nt Walheo was serious
ly Injured by an explosion of giant
noudcr. His eyes, face nnd neck wer9
seriously wounded as a result of tho ex
The schooner jicicno was uocxou ni
Llkcllko wharf this morning with gen
eral cargo for W. 0. Irwin & Co.,
Ltd., from San Francisco. Captain
Thompson reports a pleasant trip all
tho way down.
A cablegram has been received bj
Mr. and Mrs. Chns. K. Notlcy that Mr.
and Mrs. W. it. llccn nrrhed safely at
Yokohama. Mrs. W. II. Hccn Is their
daughter, Lily, who was married re
cently to Attorney Hccn.
Criminologist Chester I)olo today
tcrctU'd n subpoena ordering him to bo
present at the trial In Hllo of one Ta
notnoro. nhoso caso Doylo worked up.
As Chester Is wanted hereon tho John
ton murder case, ho was speedily sub
poenaed to attend It, and will thcroforo
not go to Hawaii.
Ths regular monthly business meet
lng of the Young People's Christian Un-
deal or Society of tho Central Union
church will bo held at 7:30 o'clock Fri
day evening at the home of Miss Ethel
Wolfe, 1823 l'lllf street, opposlto Hat
slngcr. All members of tho society aro
requested to attend.
Thcro will bo a special meeting of
he Kamchamcha Alumni Association
tomorrow evening to Initiate new mem
bers nnd to discuss plans for tho cele
bration of tho Kamchamcha athletic
victory. Tho members of the senior
class of tho Kamehameha School for
boys will be taken In tonight.
To tho music of tho 20th Infantry
band, tho big transport Sheridan salt
td at 2 o'clock this afternoon for San
Francisco. Thero was a largo crowd
of socloty peoplo down to bid tho pop
ular officers goodbye. Tho Sheridan
carries tho mall accumulated since tho
sailing of tho Alameda and will mako
San Francisco In nbout seven days.
Tho bark Katulanl, from Ban Fran
clsrn, was by skillful work on tho pan
of Harbormaster Fuller, brought Into
lllshop Slip this morning without oven
dropping an anchor. Tho Kalulanl
was out twenty days from Ban Fran
cUco with general cargo to Hackfeld
& Co, Ltd., and will load sugar from
Honolulu or Kaanapall for San Fran
Is a home product that would be a credit to any city on the main
land. Its name and Its fame hfeve been noised abroad by virtue of
Its superlative excellence and Its never-varying quality. It Is an
Ideal drink for the moist and doubtful springtime, on account of
Its remarkable tonic properties.
dry of every description.
paim taking and
We make a bpccialty of repairing fine
If your cot-tly timepiece is out of order
bring it to tin and ic will treat it fekill
fully and scientifically for you.
Macy-Wernecke- Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
golden o'ak 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
high class goods.
RICCARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS.
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
H. Hackfeld 4 Co.,
New York World.
W. A. WANN
DI8TRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 832 AND 938 FORT 8T.
lye In working for my father. It has
been rather early to stand In, but I
I expected to commence actUo work
pretty soon and to tender my resigna
tion at that lime, ino resignation
comes sooner than I had expected,
that Is all.
"8herlff Ilrown asked mo If there
was any truth In the report that 1 1
Is best that he should resign. ThU
talk of my firing him Is simply nn ef
fort Io make political cipltal out of an
incident that could result, In the nat
ural order of things. In nothing but
Ned Crabbo's resignation."
Clarenco Crabbe. then, is out In earn
est for tho Sheriffship. ,
Come and Join the now parly!"
A new stock of Writing Tablets and
Papeterles, Including Eaton-Hurlbut's
Highland Linen Tablets In the new
extra long site which only requires to
be folded once each way to fit Into an
ordlrary oblong envelope.
We have also the celebrated Eaton-
Hurlbut Twotone Line Tablets In
white and blue, with envelopes to
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ BUILDING STORE.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
wanted to run for Deputy Sheriff. I.Charllo acm is crying nroun.i
told hlra that any statement mane io.o "" """
that effect was a falsehood: that such The "new parly " bo It whispered, U
action on my part would be to hurl nothing moro nor less than the dear
my father's campaign for Sheriff, and old Civic Federation. You can t get n
that I was going to do everything I idvlc Federatlonlst to acknowledge tho
could to support my father. Mr. Drown existence of Charlie Aclil, and. for thai
thought that I would bo inclined to matter, you can't get Charlla Aclil to
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Blurv wurii lur Uljr tauici fc uuvv mm iiiuiuu iuc 1111. .. vvv,. ... ...
that In working for my father 1 would I guess I must he a member, I'vo paid
naturally havo to work agalust him. I .my dollar." It's a shame tu take tho
agreed with this idea, Mr. Brown
thought It would be best to resign at
the end of this month, so I handed In
my resignation. I asked Mr. Drown
If ho would glvo mo a recommentla
tlon and be replied that he certainly,
Sheriff Drown said to the Bulletin
man: "It Ib but natural that Nau
Crabbe should want to work for his
father for Sheriff. To do this he will
necessarily have to discredit mo. He
was very frank and manly about tho
whole matter and I like him for It.
'Uudcr the circumstances, of course, it
Crabbe li a candidate for Sheriff and
the Civics are going to back him. In
tho meanwhile they are trying to tninlt
up reasons for not supporting Drown.
Their ouly "reason" so far. Is thai
Drown asked for vindication nt the last
election and got It and therefore should
While tho Civic Federation Is going
to kick at several IXepubllcan candi
dates Itr-may spoil a good Democrat In
the person of County Treasurer Dieh
ard It. Trent. The Democrats aro be
ginning to say among themselves: "U
Wallul.il. Maul, March 2S. Early
List Suniluy morning Munuel Enns, a
loeomotho driver employed by tho Ka
hiiliil Kallruad Company, woh BCcroly
cut with a sharp Instrument claimed tu
bo a pocketknlfo, by William Deed, a
blacksmith employed on tho l'uuiicnu
plantation. Tho cutting took place Im
mediately outsldo of the suloon at Ka-1
hulul Tho story as related by soma
of tho eyo-witnesscs was that Manuel
I'.nos, William Heed and Buvoral olh-
era were drinking In the Kahulul sa
loon, and tho two, Enos and Deed, had
unnie words, and were seen to go out,!
and returned into the saloon again.
and HliooK nanus wiinin nnu ai cr ai Tbo WceMjr edition of tho throning
llttlo while thuy ngaln went out. and jjulletln gives a comploto summary of
niJIUB nnu UKU. iHauw m;,i,i tDe now, ln(J aayt por gl , year.
Ilium. nnv,ii ltu, .,,h...v. ..u n.a
seen Io stagger and fall to ;ho ground,
and when picked up he pointed to a
wound at his sldo Two of the right
ribs wuro cut. Mr. Heed Is now In con
finement at the Wailuku Jail, whlto
Mr. Enos Is lying In tho Malulanl Hos
pital In a critical condition. It Is
clalired that William lU-ed was, whllo
In Honolulu, convicted of hating stab
bed a person, nnd for which ho served
a toim or six monins nam lauor.
Trent u CIWc Fed. or Is ho a Demo
crat?" Just as tho Civic Feds may hav
occasion to say of John Hughes, when
tho crisis comes: "Is ho tlrst a Clvla
Fed. or a Hepubllcan?" ,
If Trent nblcleu by the Democrats,
forgetting iho Civics, he can be Treas
urer again, they say.
To put c whole lot or general town
talk Into a sentence, all political par
ties look upon the Civic Feds as bu(-tcrs-ln
and therefore to be sat on aud
the opinion is freely expressed that u
lot of very nlco people In tho Civic Fwl
cratlon aro letting themselves be used
as unwitting tools In the hands of
schemers when they enter politics nt
Said the High Official at Nolte's this
morning to tho Reporter; "I'm not in
politics. I have a good Job. I don't
have to bo. I've paid my dollar to tho
Civics, yeal Dut I've also paid Individ
ual and sundry plunks to the Aunls
and Uncles' Club, the Y W C. T II. S.
A., tho Teachers and Janitors' Union,
and the Holoku Drulscrs' Brigade. I
pay. hut I don't mix, see! Why don't
the Civics be civics, not polltlvlcs?
"Drown's chances! Well, If tho Civ.
Ice oppose him he's sure to be re-elect-od."
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for tho hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
For tho skin
Violet Almond Meal
For tho skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin.
For tho skin
Extreme Violet Talcum.
For tho skin
For tho finger nails.
Pure Olive Oil Soapi
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMEf)
AND ' TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE:
Lewis & Co.r
169 KINO ST, HONOLULU, H. li.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Owing to a change In the price ol
Certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: 'No, 1, $1.S3
per cu. yd.; No. 2, J1.B0 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 1-80.
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th-
fact that No. 4 has been reduced U
practically the price of white sand, .
making It available for all kinds of colli
crete work, for which It Is far superlov
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
DR. J, T.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
the Alexander Young Building. Hourtif
10-12; 2-1) 7 8 Residence, The Ale
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Tho Weekly Edition of. the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news of tho day. For1 SI y'ar..
R. &. G. C0RSET8, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWN8, a nice assortment, "Very Good Values."
INDIA LINEN8, good purchase.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells 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
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