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A Sample of. the,
Before hausecleaning treat
' your kitchen to a
Then, when you do clean, you'll have
the tatltfactlon of knowing there will
be no dutt, no ashes, no coal, no kind
lings, to make It untidy,
Cas-Ranu.es and Water Heateri
lolil by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
-SuSsV-'-SiiS (if kl
Have been carefully drawn so at to avoid as far as potclble the use of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, an the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor.
They are the best of life Insurance contracts and aro Issued by
the BEST of all the companies In the world.
LIMITED PAYMENT LIFE POLICY.
By the terms of this contract the amount of the Insurance Is pay
able upon the death of the Insured, snd the premiums are payable
during a limited number of year 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 psld 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 the
nil cf 0. 10, IS or 20 years.
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Between the ages of 25 and 31 years, Inclusive, six to seven
cento a day will be the "first cot" Df $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ajes of 32 and 52 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of S3 and CS years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
-day. ' 'J
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 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 affords the maximum of security at
he minimum of cost;
OUR QUARANTEE.0 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 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS furnish the best and most
effective forms of Indemnity' and fixed annual Income to survivors;
OUR CONTINUOUS INSTALLMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of the amount Insured as ti create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary; 4MBti''';
OUR ANNUITY POLICJES offer an excellent opportunity for per.
sons to obtain a high rate of Inlorest on their capital for the remain
der of life; an Income safe beysnd mishap. This form of Investment
Is 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 knjwn 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
purpose. 'J I
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
fOISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, t.
The New Policies of
THE MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE GO ,
OF NEW YORK
OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT ST.
AIiIiouhIi I hi) perfected papers In the
transfer to I ho County of the Kunst
bench prpnpcrty, Wnlklkl, returned
Irotn tin- executors of the estate In
(leriiiany over two weeks oro, tho llnn.1
passing on tlio transaction ban been
held up on ateount of a missing docu
ment. The half nf olio lot Involved 111 the
original deed, of 1878, was not provid
ed fur In a new deed made In 1800 and
then-fore tliete was half a lot missing
when the final examination prepara
tory to passing on the County's title,
County Attorney K. A. Doulhltt has
the matter of painting on the title In
his hands. Tor two weeks or more he
Iiuh made diligent search for the miss
ing document nnd ho has Just succeed
ed In locating the paper Hint transfer
red Hie odd half lot In the oince of tho
Public Wotlm Department. How It got
there l a mystery.
Nothing now Miami In the way of
the (onsiimmatloii of tho deal whereby
tho County of Oalitt taken over tho
Kiiust Wnlklkl property fur a public
beach pari;, Tho Supervisors tomor
row evening may take final action In
The purchase price nf the leasehold,
I8,0(JU. has been held aside, awaiting
perfi ctlon of arrangements and is
available tit any time the deal may be
Over .100 people Waited the Knl-
uiukl Zoological gardeiiH yesterday.
Among the many things of Inteiest
were n (ounle of Muscovy ducks, dis
porting In the .lapuiicje lake, where n
huge black swan helped to cnlirtnln
them, together with ionic Toulouse
geete, white Retse and 1'ckln ducks
The lake rec ,)llon In Itself kept the
crowd Intensely Interested.
Just as soon as the now moon has
one quarter to Itx credit It gels full.
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, i.
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business wnlch needs tne attention of active,
See Tiiielen & Williamson About II
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUOH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
'TWAS CRUEL OF HER.
Frsddyi "Doos your fsthsr
Cri.oi "No, tho mean thing!
The Church of Huglatid has uu lu.
tome of $7r.OU0,UUU a year.
Tim I'nrlH Academy of MeJicinu of
fers n prlio every year for thu discov
ery of un ubsnliito euro for tuberi-u.
losls, So far, no one huii won It.
The handcuffed pilsoncr Is bound tu
Ho Is usually jour friend until ho
starts to boriow jour money.
even iii sportsman will be glad
when the coal dinting season Is done
Your church contribution won't do
you uny good unless you offer u few
pi u) era to liuclc it.
Fiunklln "Is .Smith so awfully
mean?" I'enn "Ho soaks his clgarj
so that they will burn slowly when his
gentlemen friends call."
I ho man who complains of his puy
trty when buying broad always boasta
uf his riches when buying whiskey.
Will power Is all right If you have
tho uteatn power to back It,
ilie tice is known by Its fruit and
the oxprers tampany by Its branches.
While the boaster Is bragging what
lie can dothe business man has done It.
Allele "How do you know that Min
nie Is going to church next Sunday?"
nstelle "I Jii3t saw her comlns out o?
a millinery store."
There uiu too many people who let
the clo.-k run dowu before tbey think
or winding It.
Hills "Is ho much of n traveller?"
The llrillsh Hmplru needs maps. A
survey of Its uiiBiitveyed puitlona
would to.st Siri.OUU.OOil, say J75u.uuO a
' jear for twenty jeurs.
HONOLULU STUCK EXCHANGE)
HONOLULU, March 31. 1906.
NAME OP STOCK
I capital .
C Brewer Co ,
Ewa PlantillonCo ...
HawAiim Atft icultut J Col
riiwIUn!utr Co .j
Honomu bur"Co. .
Honokat Sue Co w I
Haiku Sufur C,.. .-I
Katiuku I'lintaUon Co.. '
Klhal Manutfun Co It J I
Klpahulu Sufir Co
Koloa u,,ar Co v
McHryJ urarCo . . '
Cahu bugar Co HM. i
Onoma bug" Co., , '
Oohala Svtt Clan) Co
Oliaufit CoLtJ .
Otowatu Co ........... . i
Haauhau Sufir Pianl Coi
Pacific buar Mill ... '
fl Plantation '.'a ....t
3-8 M 1-J
I' 5 -!
I J-4r 4
Peptfko Sui ir Co i
Plonr f il Co ...... '
Wjn.ku Sugur Cu ....
Waiiuku Sugar Co Scr
Walmanilo sugar Co
Walana Mill Co ....
tnUr-Ulani btam N Co
Hon UThLCn Cua
0: i-jtt i-i
Mutual Tlphotii Co .
uanu k at u -o,4HM.
Hilo PaMroad Co
Hon, U.CtM. Co
HawTtrjpr Ht Cl
HawTtfaW P C .
Haw Tvrr'l Hp c... .
' i IM
haiku iuti Co ft p . .
Haw Com a bugCu ) p
nw sugar uuopc ..
MonH 1 & L Co 6 pc
Kalibku Plant Cu A i c .
Uahii H & LCuOpC
Olai augjf Cuj c.
PlA Plant Lji ... .
t'tt.nttr Mill Cofrpc ..
Sales Hotweeu Hoards: uo i:u.
23.50; 10 l'lonier, JUU. Kesslou: III
1'loncvr, $140; ii) I'oui-er, Jlto.
Dividends .March 31. luofi: ('. Drew
er & Co., 1 per tent; Ki, ,& per ceiu,
Honomu, 1 per cent; Wainianalo, 'Z per
tent; Walluktt, 1 14 percent; Haw Elec
tric. J4 per cent; Olownlu, 1 per itiit,
Hon. II. & M. Co., 1 per cent. April 2,
1U0G-. Haiku, 2 percent; l'uia, 1 Vi per
tent; Pioneer, 1 pecent. Apr. 5, lMo:
Huw'n, Com. & Sugar Co., Cic share.
Latest sugar 'quofatlon. 3,i0 tents or
S7u.uJ pur ton.
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 4 l-2d
Thlelen & Williamson
! STOCK AND DOND DRC-KEflS.
Members Hon. Stock and Dond Ex-
912 FORT ST.
TCL. MAIN 12.
object to my staying so latst"
Ssys It ssrvss mt right."
, Wedding engagements In" Turkestan
i begin with tho payment of a sum of
money to tho girl's parents. If the girl
jilts her lover, tho engagement gift has
to be returned, unless the patents have
another daughter lu give as a substi
tute. ' Howard of will doing The doctor'
I Kino specimens nf cottou fnbrlcs are
. often found In Peruvian tambx dailug
1 back to the time nf the Iiiens.
According lo Information supplied
by tho Instltuto of Tropical Itcscnrrh,
recently founded In connection with
I Liverpool University, Cevlon, has, lu
inu last season, snipped loil.wio pounds
of rubber, nil produced from the 11
Tho corfen crop of Sumatra has be
come almost equal to that of Java.
Tho latter Island Is smaller hut much
moro populous, and It bad a long statt
in coffeo before the plantations lu Su
matra began lu cut any figure In tho
A mau of deeds The convcyamer.
It Is belter tu ho warned by the hark
than to take dunces 'uu the bite.
If you wnlt until Micro Is more room
on the Hour you will uover get In the
I Allele "Tln brldo looked awfully
! happy, didn't she?" i:s,telo "Yes; she
couldn't hear thu remarks of Urn
You may cull stealing what you will
"ii e.uth, but you can't .fool the lt
LOCAL ANO OliNlikAL ,
Autos for hire at Ter Stables, '
After skating, take homo an Oyster
loaf from the Cobweb Cafe.
Harmony Lodgt, No. :, 1, O. O. I.,
meets tonight at 7.30 In t. O. O. K. Hall.
The Island Meat Co. receives from
the. best ranches In the Islands fresh
meat and poultry.
Treat your Iron root to a cost of '
"Arable." There Is no better presen-;
atlve made. California l'eed Co,
From Martli lCth to March 31st, the
deaths from contagious diseases lu Ho
nolulu wire confined to seen cases of
Fine pasturage at Mokapu, Koolnu
poku, Is offered for rent by It. V.
Davis, or his attorneys, Atkinson. Judd
Mott-Smlth. See New Today.
The regular monthly meeting of the
MtCully Improvement Club will be held
nt the Government Nursery biilldlur
tbls Monday evening nt 7:30 p. in.
Jubilee Incubators. The Imslncti
machine. Hot water system, not hot
air. See them before buying. M. V.
McChcsncy Ac Sou's, Ltd., agents, queen
There will be a meeting of the Col
lege Hills Improvement Club ut the
residence of P. C. Athertou at 7 30
Wall, Nichols Co. want )ou to call
nnd examine their large stock of sta
tlonery, oirtce supplies and musical In
struments. Largest slocl, of Kas'.er eggs lu the
city. New Ungland Oakery.
'I he uittaKc.i nt Cottage (lroe. Kill v
street, ure furnlnhe.1, mosipilto proof,
have gas ranges, all night light mi ver
auda and yard taken care of. One of
the best ones Is for rent nt $:'j per
I.arge, cool, nltoly furnished rooms
at the Kllte for rent.
Next Saturday the freighter Hawai
ian sails for KaUiilul and llllo, themv
to New York.
The ship Marie Hackfeld loads gen
era! cargo at Hamburg for Honolulu.
The bark II. I. ltlthet sails ou Wed
nesday for San Francisco with a fill)
load ol sugar.
TIih steamer I.lkellke urrlved In port
yesterday morning from Molnknl ports
with Olownlu sugar and S3 head of rat
tle. Heavy swells uro reported on the
Three thousand bags of Makee Su
gar were brought by the steamer Kv
An Hon yesterday.
The bark It. I. ltlthet salts for San
Frauclsto next Wednesday..
Secretary II. 1. Wood of the Promo
tion Committee says ho Is certain that
the Pacific Mall Steamship Company
would like to put on another large
steamship, one even Inrger than the
Manchuria and Mongolia, for the San
and that thu Oceanic Stejmshlp Com
pany would like to put on a large up-to-datc
steamer on the Kan Frunrlseii
Honolulu run, hut are holding back
pending thu fate of the ship subsidy
bill In Congreis.
The lliilletlu this morning received
the following wireless dlspatth from
Defendant gets verdict, Dr. Clark
The tasn was a damage suit by Dr.
A. II. Clark for several thousand dol
lars ugulnst Jose (1. Strrao, who Is n
prominent Portuguese resident of lll
lo, Kerruo built u new public market,
and while leaving this plate Dr. Clark
fell from u stairway, which had not
lieeu properly utlached lo the main
structure. Ho btoko bis wrist mid
sustained other Injuries, for which he
sued for damages, The caso was
heard by Judge Parsons; C. M. Lo
llloi'd appearing for the plaintiff and
Carl H. Smith for the defendant.
T II. Duvles & Co.. Ltd., have llleil
a pitltluu before Judge Dole, usldug
(hut M. M. Sllva, Frank Hnus and An
tone Fernandez, to partners doing
business us M. M. Hllvu & Co., be de
tlulcd Involuntary bankrupts. It Is
shown that tho firm owes debts
amounting to more than $1000 and
ha.4 less than twelve creditors. The
petitioner has it claim of moie than
$'00 In excess of thu value of tho
firm's secuiltles and has within thu
last six years delivered It goods valued
at StTiS, On March 30 Die tlrm com
mitted an nit of bankruptcy by ad
mitting Its Inability to pay its debts
unit Us willingness to be adjudged a
'8.ilesn7an"Vliat slie sl!iieilo you
wont?" Customer "About u fool lung,
Visitor "How do you Improve your
time lu libs Jail?" Uonvlit "Tiylns
lu make It lly."
(Initio preserve The teftlgerntor.
Tlie headstioiig man lurely ever litis
it muscle to mutch.
Manekl Soklehl, n Japanese cauti
grower uf llllo, has II led a petition In
voluntary bankruptcy. Ills debtn
amount to C,3ilti.&0, of which (5 Is for
taxes and the rest for merchandise
delivered uud un notes by tredltots,
whoso claims ure iiuseciiied. All the
large ciedllot's uiu Japanese. Koki
l Ill's usselH ronslst of JCiO.CO, debts
due on tiiioii uccuiiutH ft uiu the llllo
Is a home product that would be a credit to anyclty 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 Is an
Ideal drink for the moist and doubtful springtime, on account of
Its remarkable tonic properties.
Cooks who have used It can be per
suaded to use no other. It has been
the standard of quality In Honolulu
tor over a quarter or a century.
H. Hackfeld. & Co.,
A new stock of Writing Tablets and
Papeteries, Including Eaton-Hurlbut's
Highland Linen Tablets In the new
extra long die which only requires to
be folded once each way to fit into an
orairary oblong envelope.
We have also the celebrated Eaton-
Hurlbut Twotone Line Tablets In
white and blue, with envelopes to
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ DUILOINQ STORE.
Tho Weekly IMItlon of tho livening
lliilletlu gives a complete summary of
the news of (he day. For SI v"r-
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
V, :iiti oti:&-co JU
R. 4 C. CORSETS, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWNS, a nice assortment, "Very Cood Values."
INDIA LINENS, good purchate.
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.
11 37 Fort Street
We do it in n eurcftil lutiMakiiir; and
Wo make u hjici'ijltj t f njiairing Cue
If our costly timepiece is out of order
lirinj; it to lis nnd mc will treat it skill
fully and i.cicntifically for you.
M. R. COUNTFsfc
RIG ARO HUDNUF -REPARATIONS
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
Face I'nw iter
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for the hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
Hir the skin
Violet Almond Meal
For the skin ,
Concrete Tincture Dtnro i
For the sklu
Extreme Violet Talcum
For the sklu
For the finger nails
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PCRTUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARL
Lewis & Co.,
1C9 KING 6T., HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Owing to a change In the pslc of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, l.ll
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.t
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 11.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attentlpn to ths
fact that No. 4 has been reduced U
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Reiser
" dr. j, t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24.
i he Alexander Young Building. Hourt-r
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Ala,
nder Yoang Hotel. Telephone Call!
The Weekly IMItlon of the livening
llu'letln i'.Ivch a complete summary ol
thu iiuw'b nf the day. For 81 a year.
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