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' ' EVENING BUIAJSTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., BATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1006 , ,-, - ,
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A Sample of the
Before housecleaning treat
your kitchen to a
Then, when you do clean, you'll have
the satisfaction of knowing there will
be no duit, no ashes, no coal, no kind
lings, to make It untidy.
Cat-Ranges and Water Heaters
sold by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
sS''a'sS Li uf
'0m'0'000 M 3R
Have been carefully drawn so at to avoid as far as possible the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, ant the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor.
They are the best of life Insurance contracts and are Issued by
the BEST of all the companies In the world.
LIMITED PAYMSNT LIFE POLICY.
By the terms of this contract the amount of the Insurance It pay
able upon the death of the Insured, and the premiums are payable
during a limited number of yea- twenty, fifteen or ten yean.
The Limited Payment Life Policy It 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 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 tho
nd of 8, 10, 15 or 20 years. Uii U j ...
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Between the agea of 25 and 81 years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cos." 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 85 yeart, 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 earth7
A little self dental In' small things pleasant things, perhaps, but
unnecessary things will pay th hill easily.
Different forms of policies ooit various prices,
OUR TWENTY-YEAR DISTRIBUTION POLICY on contlnuout
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 guarantied
turn, payable with profltt at a fled time; ,,
OUR 4 AND 6 PER CENT. BONDS, furnish the bett and most
effective forms of Indemnity and flxed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of the amount Insured as t' create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary; ff , -'H-fiMViV
OUR ANNUITY POLICIES fer an excellent opportunity for ner.
tons to obtain a hlah rate of Interest on their capital for the remain
der of life; an Income safe beyind mishap, This form of Investment
It particularly recommended to those who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to be f'ee from business caret, ..
We have prices to fit all knwn wants. All we want to know Is
what you want If you do not know, tell ut enough of your condition
and surroundings and we can sucgest the policy best suited to your
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT 8T.
ut 0. ft.. 0.0 jfc
The New Policies of
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK
Howard W. Adams, at present with
tbo Gunst-Eaklii cigar establishment,
la to becotno manager ot the greatest
ail-round entertainment enterprise of
(he Hawaiian Islands. A. V. Gear, pro
moter and proprietor of tho famoiu
Kalmukl zoological gardens, has se
cured Mr. Adams to manage the rapid
ly expanding interests ot the pcopio'a
Justly renowned amusement and recre
ation scuttquarters at tbe present tor
minus of tbo Rapid Transit's Walalae
Adams will -assume tho management
o: anairi within a day or two.
Notwithstanding the great rato at
which the Kalmukl Zoo has been add
ing to Kb list of popular features, there
ere still many more attractions contam
inated for speedy realization. it u
the determination of tho Zoo people to
keep the resort ahead of the timet and
to ndd such Improvements from time
to time as will maintain the novelty na
wi'll.fls tho unparalleled popularity of
this delightful establishment.
Even now a skating rink such as no-
hero clso exists, Is ncarlng comple
tion, a rink In the open air, where pat
rons will not be limited to one kind ot
skates, but may select from several va
rieties. Adams Is particularly ndanted to tho
position ho Is about to take, being thor
oughly sine, a young man of untiring
energy and brilliant Ideas and popular.
Ha will haro the confidence of tbe nub
The Zoo li ono of Honolulu's main at'
tractions and a source of great delight
o tourists as well as the local public
DE BOLT RE.VIEWS ROW. j
(Continued from Page 1.)
he ras too lenient In such matters, and
his leniency might bo tho cause ot
theso things; still, ho preferred to
trust to tho honor of the attornejs
rather than take harsh measures.
In the matter referred to, continued
tbe Judge, ho could not absolutely hold
Magoon blameless, although ho was
not the aggressor. Magoon should
hao addressed his remarks to tho
Court Instead of to Prosser, although
ho did this later, Tho Judge had
known I'rosscr for many years and ro
garded him as a thorough gentleman.
Ho had always had (treat faith In his
integrity and ability as an attorney.
Ho hoped that a similar occurrence
would never happen again.
Dfl Bolt said further that he had
once attempted to mako rules for all
tbo local Circuit Courts, but the other
Judges did not agree, and some attor
neys objected to them, so ho had given
this matter up. and was now making
You buy or tell ttockt or bonds,
You want to secure the best prlcts.
You want a loan on augar securities, ' r
You have real estate you wish to tell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY buslnett which nesds the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL, MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
Willcox & Glbbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD 4U8T 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, ...JM THE FACTORY. 8TILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8.
rules for his own court. Ho wished
to say that whatever his lown were In
the mattor, his solo purpose was to se
cure the orderly administration of Jus
tlco, without any Intention of hurting
tho feelings of anyone, nlthougn this
must, of courso, bo dono In the .course
T Tho bearing of tho matter on hand
then began, Wundenberg had been
ordered to testify and show accounts
of ironoya ho had In his hands oa as
Hlgneo bctonglng to tho Walkllil Sea
sldo Hotel Co.. Ltd. Llghtfoot object
ed to his examination by offering a
plea to the Jurisdiction ofthe court,
which bo argued at length. His .maiu
contention was that Wundenberg was
not the trustee of the Hotel Company,
but of all tbe creditors of that com
pany, by virtue of the deed of assign
ment made to him by tho company.
Prosser asked where that deed was.
Magoon answerod that ho could not
find It. It had been filed with the
court, and now It could not be found.
I The Court asked If It might not be
that It had not been actually filed, but
men-ly Referred to as such. .Magoon
answered that that might be so.
I "I have never seen It," said Prosser.
. "It was never recorded."
i Prosser said that the milk In the
cocoanut was In the question, who
were tho creditors? Tbo necessity ol
tnaklng the deed of assignment, which
had been referred to by Llghtfoot, lay
In tho fact that they owed 11000. to
HlfflOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 31, 1906.
name of STOCr
;? bij iAM
C Brtwtr Si Co .
i twft plantation 1.0 m.
, Hawaiian Atikolwr I Col
I 1-,J '
' tfaw Com At Sugar Ci
rfawallanSuzar Co M
Honomu bugar Co...
Honokaa Such Co
Hum Saint Co-...
Kibuku t'lmutlon Co .1
Xlh,l Plintitlon Co Lfl
I! S i-i
. KIpiMiW SUf t t-o
Giqii Sucif Co
I i-l o
$ 9 1-4
Ooktit Sotr PUM C
OI Sotai Co Lt4
Paaotiau Susif Plan Co
Pala Plantation Co
I PlanMf Mill Cb
' Walalua Aartcultural Co
Waliuu Surar Co ....
Walluku Sucar Co Set
Walanaa Mill Co
)oUr-hlan4 StaaaN Col
Hawaiian Elactrlc Co ..
Hon R T k L Co Con -Mutual
Talaphono Co H
Oanu H . L Co...
Hllo Railroad Co .....
Hon. II. AM. Go
; i-au 1
$ JJ 1-4
Ha Totrl iKp.c.
Haw Gov a DC.
Haiku Sugar Co tpc
Haw Com ft Su( Co f pc
HawSutar Co tpc ....
Hllo RR Co Con pe
Hon RTft LCoaat-
Katiuku Plant Co pc
Oahu Surar Cos pc
Plan, Mill fn fi n r
I Walalua Attic Coo pc-
Sales llotwccn lSoirds; 90 Kwa
?:3S0. 10 Pioneer. JIIO. Session, lu
Pioneer. ?U0, 40 1'onccr, $U0.
Ulvltleuds March 31. 1906: C. Ilrow
cr & Co.. 2 ncr tent: Hn. V, nur i-nnt.
'Honomu. 1 per cent; Watmanulo, 2 per
rent? Wnllnlfti 1 1A tinrAnl- llnw 1.-IA..-
....... ......i,.,.,,'., vuitl, ... u.vt.-
, trie. ',-4 per cent; Olowalu, 1 per edit,
lion. u. & M. Co., l per cent. April 2,
1906: Haiku, 2 per cent; Pala, 1V4 per
cent; Pioneer, I per cent. Apr. 6, 1906:
Haw'n. Com. & Sugar Co , CSc share.
t Jiljifit oufrn,- mtntntlnn ft RA nnlfi rip
$70.00 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 4 l-2d
Thielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
May H Co. and 127,000. to themselves.
In other words, It was an assignment
for tho benefit ot themselves.
Alter somo further argument Ma
goon finally clinched tho matter by
producing an adldavlt by Wunden
berg who stated that ho did not have
any money or property In his posses
sion belonging to tho Seaside Hotel
Company, nor did he owe It anything.
On this showing the Court discharged
Wundenberg. advising the petitioner
to go Into equity to set asldo tho deed
The steamer Klnau, from Maul and
Hawaii ports, docked at Irmgard wharf
at noon today. An uneventful trip U
reported by Admiral Decklcy, tbe purs
er. Tbe Klnau brought tho following
cargo: 1 automobile, 1 horse, 9 bundles
awa, 8 crates chickens, 10 bunches ba
nanas, 10 barrels bottles, 11 pig, 17
cons wire, zo empty xtgt, 216 packagci
sundries, 3SS sheep.
Tlin sugur awaiting shipment on Ha
waii piantntinna is. In sacks: Olun
21,900; Walakea. 22,000; Hawaii Mill,
2300; Walnaku, 3300; Popcekeo. 10,500;
Honomu, 12.300; Hakalau, 13,250: Un-
paboeboe, 2700; Ookala, 9800; Kukalau,
2500; Hamakun. 21,000; Paauhau, 23.
000; Honokae, 9800; Kukulhaele, 1200)
Tbe Klnau returns to Hawaii Tuet
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos for hlro at Tcr Stables.
II. i: Picker Is back from Hawaii
Alter skating, 'tako homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
Handsome new fancy ribbons Just
opened nt Whitney & Marsh's.
Tho Matson steamship Kntcrprlso
sailed from Hllo fur San 1'ranclsco last
A probato notice In the matter of the
estate of Robt. Kepoo Is published lu
Judgo Robinson will open his term
as presiding Judgo at Chambers on
Monday at 9 a. m. I
Dr. J. J, Grace and brldo are In the
city, f,rrhlng today from tho Rig Is
land In the Klnau.
A bay mule Is held at the Kalllil
pound nnd wllflio sold at auction April
14 unless sooner claimed.
tulttattt Attorney General Fred
erick W Mlhcrton returned from other
Island duties In tho Klnnu today.
Carriage repairs ot every description
by skilled workmen at Scbuman's Car
rlagcry. Queen street, near Fort
The Coptic, from San Francisco, is
duo on next Friday and on the samo
day tho Mongolia will arrlvo from Yo
Ladles' knit underwear nt almost
half prices, Sachs' Dry Goods Co. com
mending Monday morning. See half
page In today's Itsuo.
Judgo Do Dolt's trial jurors nave
been summoned to bo In attendanco 011
Tuosday. The Grand Jury is to appear
on Monday at 10 a. m.
When the weather Is hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When the
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
rust. California Feed Co. agents.
Jilhltn Inrtllinlnm. Tlin tmslncfQ
machine. Hot water system, not hot I
ft I h Clftfi tlint-tt l.nfnrA luivlnrf t l '
air. See them before buying. M. W
McChesncy & don's, Ltd , agents. Queen
Tliw Knnm. will relcbrate their ath
It tic lc.ory next Saturday night. Mch
rn Thomas Trenilway nnd A. O. Kn
uluUou composo tbo committee on ar
rangements. Tho Moana and Miowcrn of tho Ca-
nnillnn.Aitatrnllni, linn nrn ,1itn nnvt
week, tho former from Sydney oni
Wednesday and tho latter from Vlctu- j
rla on Saturday. I
Tomorrow morning tho steamers
W. G. Hall and Ko An Hon. from Ka
uai ports, aro expected. Tho Llkelllkc,
from Molokal ports, will probably ar
rlvo tonight, ,
A, K. Cooko will apeak at tho 4:30
Sunday afternoon scrvico at tho Y. M.
C. A. tomorrow. Subject, "Tho
Strength of a Man." All welcome
Supper at 5:30.
A. It. nowat, I). V. S.. with hcad
quartcra at 777 King street, will attend
to your horse, dog or cow, either nt
your homo or at his Infirmary. Tel
ephone Iilue 3101.
Tho bark S. C. Allen sails for San
Francisco with a load of sugar about
tho end of next month. Sho Is' dis
charging her cargo of Sound lumber
t Allen & Roblnson'a wharf.
The tax office, as well as Its newly
established branch on Fort street, will
keep open until 5 p. ra. today to nccom-1 Cooke who have used It can be per
modate those who wish to pay poll tax, suaded to use no other. It has been
which will be delinquent after today.
Admiral and Mra. Lyon gave a din
ner last evening for Captain Gaut and
Captain Grant-Dalton of 11. M. 8. Cam
brian and H. M. S. Flora. Tbo other
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Scott, Lieut, and Mrs, Cushman.
An answer was today filed by tbo de
fendant In tho damage suit of Pacific
Mall S. S. Co, s. Pacific. It is shown
that tho cable, which Is alleged to havo
damaged the Siberia's propeller, did
not belong to tbo dredger.
Auditor Fisher has approved ot tho
following contracts under tho new
7CO,000 loan: Honolulu Iron Works
for pipe, 128,000; Hllo sewer S)stcm,
$13,027.7.', nnd completion of Nuuanu
An entertainment will be given to-
night nt tho Seamen's Instituto nt Its
rooms, corner King and llethel streets,
commencing nt 8 o'clock. Mon from
tho lsltlng cruisers nnd other cssel
lu port are especially welcome.
At Knual plantations 107,873 bags or
sugar Is awaiting shipment. Tho
pii-umur muiuiu uiuugm uvuu uukb
from Makeo plantation today. Thcra
is now 18,000 tons of sugar on tho rail
Well known Hilly Jarrett, for the
past year freight clerk on tho steamer
Claudlne, hao been transferred to a
similar poal'lon on thn steamer Mnunn
Loa, lrc W. F. Storoy, who has resign
ed In order to go into business in Ho
nuumuKur ixemun ruiurneu on inu
Kovodan ycAtcrday Irom a visit to his
relatives In California. As his nsso-
clatd in business, tho popular Dennis
Cashman, Is Just out of a sick bed, thol
muwiti-ia iu iiui'i, iui inuy vuu ttui
alt tho canaa mado up thoy havo been
waiting for. Thoy aro working on tho
schooner Kauikcaoull .today,
Among tho departures per Enter
prise this w'cek from Hllo was Mrs.
Harry Wicks and two children, who In
tend making their future home In Oak
land, Cal where Mr. Wicks will Join
them as soon as tils successor arrives to
tako charge of Olaa,
At the Hackfcld wharf shortly after
4 o'clock tho Toyo Klsen liner America
Mnru tied up from Yokohama en route
to San Francisco. No sickness was re
ported on board oxcept an insane Jap
anese la tho atecrago, whoso affliction
was caused by studying tbe English
language too much while on tho voy
age Miss Clara M, Erbsck, formerly ot
Seattle, Washington, Is doing splenddf
missionary work at the Walakea Social
Settlsment. She holds mothers' meet
ings, scwlns and weaving rlassca,
teaches Sunday school, besides keeplni
a dispensary and making house to
bouse visits. The Christian ladles of
Hllo, from time to time, assist her and
take an active Interest In tbo work.
The barkentlno Geo. C. Perkins wag
owed out from Hllo for Gray's Hap
bor last Thursday, but owing to the
heavy swell prevailing outside return
ed to her anchorage and is to salt to
lay. a i
The Weekly Edjtlon of the Evening
Rulletln gives a complete summary of
the news ot the day. For 31 a year.
Is a home product that would be a credit to any city on the main
land. Its name and Its fame have been noised abroad by virtue of
Its superlative excellence and Its never-varying quality. It It an
Ideal drink for the moist and doubtful springtime, on account of
Its remarkable tonic properties.
the standard of quality In Honolulu
ior ovtr a quarter or a c.ntury.
H, Held & Go,,
A new stock of Wrlttnn 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 ari
ordlrary oblong envelope.
We have also the celebrated Eaton-
Hurlbut Twotone Line Tablets In
white and blue, with envelones to
Hawaiian News Go.,
YOUNQ BUILDING 8TORE,
j Tho Weekly Edition of tbo Evening
iiuueiin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day. For SI yr.
Fins Job Printing at the Bulletin.
IL HCXCI 0AIU Br CO j
'"-,A'iiai' ft 1
E x Alameda
R. & O. COR8ET8, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWN8, a nice assortment, "Very Good Valuee."
INDIA LINEN8, good purchase. " " ' '
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells Itself.
HOSE, ladles' and children's, what ypu require,
0 ALSO 0
RIBBONS, Damask Satins etc. etc
E W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
11 37 Tort Street
Jctt;clr' of every description.
Wc do it in a careful, paitntakiuc and
Wc make a specialty of repairing fine
If jour costly timepiece is out of order
bring it to us nnd wc will treat it bkill
fiilly and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
RICrARD HuDNUT PREPARATIONS
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TADLE
Extreme Violet 1 '
Vlolette SuDerba '
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for tho hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
For tho akin
Violet Almond Meal
For tbo akin
Concrete Tincture Denzoln
For tho akin
Extreme Violet Talcum
For tho akin
For tho finger nails
For Shampoo j
Pure Olive Oil Soap f
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARK
169 KINQ 8T, HONOLULU.H. I.
8ole Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
Owing to a change In the price of
certain tlzet of crushed rock, prices in'
future will be as follows: No. 1, iM
per cu. yd.; No. 2, 1J.B0 per cu. yd.t
No. 3, $2.0S per cu. yd.J No. 4, M
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has been reduced tt
practically the price of white ,
making It available for all klnda of cam
crete work, for which It It far superior
to any other tand.
Lord & Reiser
dr. j, t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-M,'
I he Alexander Young Building. Houtar
19-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The AUt
tnder Yodng Hotel. Telephone Csttlr
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Du'lotln glca a complete summary et
the nova of the day. For 81 a year.