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nvnNiNo mii.MrriN. iioxomii.il t. h . Thursday, aprii, 10, iscg.
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ALL EVIDENCE PAU.
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by i lie defendr-nt llu could not re
member whether there ns anyone
present. A warden wns passing tn anil
out at the time ami might havo heard
Rome of the conversation. This Aas
the only conversation llarrlion had
had with Johnson In the Jail prior to
"Is It not n fact that yon RiiKKestrd
tn tl Is
C Brtwtf Aj l.o ..
Eva Plantation Co .
Hawaiian A, kullul I Co
J.u. ( ..a Mi aa.a I A
ilofendant that he put tip n de I rii.ni.nSujjt Co
H IHOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLQLU, April 19. 1906.
NAME OF STOCK
nalnil i Honomti Jurf Co
A Sample of the
"DOMBY" Russia Blucher
Mclnerny Shoe Store
A Gas Rane
make a cool kitchen and a comfortable
Labcr saving Always ready
Cas Ranges and Water Heaters
Are Sold by Dealers and
fonso of epileptic
I'rorser. Huu Sura, lo...
.t .11.1 i,n(N n..tii.-n,l Tlnrrtonn 't Klhuhu PlanlllloQ Co
.. . 1 ii I '. I i. I i-.iii.n.ICl,l Plantation Co LI4
did not think he had IntolllRonto I Kip.huiu !uar Co ...
enonuh to understand nhout a do- Koioi Su.ar Co ,.-
Did yon not mako that suggesting onomta Sutar Co .
to anyone olso?" . 8''Jif "J "' -
I ilont remcniher." loowiuCo.. ....
Itld you mnl;o that nnggcstlon to pmMaSufirPiutco
n ,,.,,,.., I racmc auna, (Mill.,,.,
r. Mooroi p i,.,.,,-,-o ...
"No." I PrfkfO.SullC'0 .
.irtl.t . --. I.. .1.. ... ...lnM I litin, Mllll.n
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171. J.MJlfl.-, I1III7 .1111 III. in... .'.. J,l ...... i w luKU UffAf Lll ...
If you used epileptic Insnnlti ns Jour Waiiu buiae Co See
ilcfeise. ou would hang your man?" ,,n Vic, ....
llrrrlRon objected to the ciuestlon, I MisCELlANtOUS
and the objection was sustnlned. ' mI.imliiJ5c
rrosser asked HarrlRon It ho had Hon x T V L c I'm ..
ever discussed the Incident of John-: Hon K. 1 L C Can
kou'h forgetting the name of Kcntwcll
wit n nil) oiio
"1 may havo: probably 1 have," an
"I don't remember.'
Did ou mention It to Dr. Monro?" 'CllsUpk.tCo tc
"I may have
"Did you discuss Ibis case with Dr.
"I did, hut 1 refuse to answer nny
further questions In this regard."
I'nisRor wont Into the question of
bow many doctors Harrison had seen
in bin efforts to get medlral testimony
In the defendants behalf. He
tnlked with Dr. 0. II. Wood. Dr. Way-
son and scleral other phslclans. He
had told somo of tbcm about tbo name
incident, but not others.
"Why did you not tell all of them
that?" asked I'rosser.
"I did not havo the opportunity,"
"They would not listen to me."
Harrison pioccedcd to tell his bnrd
luck story of how he had run up
nifnlnst tho bnrd hearted medlcew, who
bad refused to men listen to htm with
out the payment of a fee,
Harrison then left the stnnd and the
work of settling the Instructions to tbo
Jury began, the Jurors being excused
until 2 p. in.
At noon all tho prosecution's and
r.ome of tho dcfenne'sjnstructlnns had
been gone ocr and It Is probable that
ihe rest will bo settled by 2:30 p. m.
Mutual Talaphvna Co .J
uanu Haki.v WHH
Mllo Hallloai Co .....
lion. U. tl M k
Hi Ttrr'l H p c...
flaw ioy IPC.
Haw Cora A SugCo pc
naw-Micar uoop c ..i
Hon M T i L Co 6 p c.
Kahbktl Plant Co 6 p c.
Pionm Mill Co A B c .
Walalua Attic Co 6 11 c-
II I I
14 I I
H II I a
Hales llelw eon Hoards 127 Klhel,
JSTij 20 la, J2I; IS 1'loneer, 13S;
CS i:a, 21; 32 Hwa., 121 Hesslon M
V.wa. ii2i; TO V.wa, 2I, 28 Klhel, j;
f. I'lunecr, ".IS; C I'loneer, i:i".(.U, u
Pioneer. $137.50; IS Knhuku. $22.00.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents, or
iOSAO er ton.
HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD.
Oldest in America
Largest in the World
is the sum deposited by Mr. Eben Smith, of Los
Angels, Cal.. with the Mutual Life, which provides
A Life Income For Himself
and in the event o( his death
Life Income for His Two Children
Life Income fjr His Six Grandchildren
IN ADDITION TO LARGE CA8H PAYMENTS.
MR. SMITH WRITES:
"It Is my belief that life Insurance Is one of the best, If not the
beet, formo of Investment ever devlced. The depreciation In other se
curities which I hold has strengthened my belle' In life tnsuraneo in
a Company tike The Mutual Life. I am glad to say that this Invest,
ment In The Mutual Life Is probably the best one that I ever made."
These policies arc written in amounts to suit
the needs of the insured
The Mutiifl Life Inurance Go.
OF NEW YORK
W. A. WANN
SUGAR, 3,42 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 5 N4
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOAN8 NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
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 atty'nllon of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
HONOLULU, T. H.
.OFFICE 032 AND 938 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 201.
It may be necessary to tend to the
Arores for laborers but not necessary
to go there for good beer.
Is made right here at home, and Is a
product of which this city may reason
ably be proud.
$100.00 REWARD! ! !
To any one person or collection of perrons who can bring me One Case
of Incurable SYPHILITIC VENEREAL or LEPROUS SORES or any Chron
Ic cpse of piles. Bring them, and WALLACH'S INDIAN REMEDIE8 will
cure, or else you get the above reward. This Is a genuine offer, and I am
.. o free consultation on anv caso of the above mentioned kind. If doc-
wr-.. .- ..--
tors have failed, why I can heal; so pass the glad tidings to all sufferers, for
Wallach's Indian Remedies knows not the meaning of fall. Come Onel
Come AMI Tomorrow may be too late.
J. Lor Wallach
Advice free, by mall and strictly private.
For Sale by All Druggists.
P. O. Box S77.
1021 FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG Hotel.
Bulletin 75c, per month
Tho caso will then be ready for argu
ment, but this wilt probably bo Marled
tomorrow morning If so. It should not
ummimo more than a day, and tho
Jury should ho able, to begin Its ili'llli
erullona on its verdict tomorrow oven
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Apr. 18, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
WnlMkl HcaHldo Hotel Ltd by reunr
io (leorgo W .Miu fin lain) ....ComSI
8 V Wlkox Io Knual i:iec Co Mil... I,
Koloa 8iiKar Co to O N Wilcox I.
(Iimi N Wlkox to Koloa Sugar Co... I.
Entered for Record Apr. 19, 1900,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
H Halo to C Ah Neo I.
W H Cornwell to Tlrst Natl Hank of
Two women, In lighting a plcnle flro
on tho slopo of Waterman Mountain,
Han llernardlno (ouuty, California, tho
other day, discovered nHf.hnltum de
piMllH. A rush followed, 20.00U acies
hnvo been located, and an oil boom Ih
LOCAL AND GENERAL
!- The Easiest and Most Unob
trusive way to secure a servant, a
clerk, a room, a position or any one of
a hundred utual needs, Is by means
of an Inexpensive Bulletin Want Ad. I
Autos for hlrp at Tir Stables.
Tbo Territorial (Irand Jury has been
ecutd until nrxt Wednesday
At 5 o'clock this evening tho steamer
Mlkahata will sail for Kauai potts
"1 ho Hoard of IMucatlon will hold Its
regular uuctlng nt .1 30 o'clock this
Order a nlco broiler, fresh Island
beef and teal at Raymond Ranch Mar
Uct. telephono 401.
The case of Alex. Young s, V W.
Maifnrlane ct nl. Is still on trlnl be
fore Judge Lindsay.
Tho harkentlne Kllkttata sailed tn
day for l'ugct Bound, where she will
load with lumber for Wilder & Co
I he steamer Clnudlnn arrived at an
early hour tills morning from Maul
with n number or passengers aim
With 4251, bags of sugar, me steamer
Noeau arrUed this morning from Ha
waii. She will depart for that island
tomorrow e cnlng at S o'clock
Harry Joseph, who had been nrrest.
cd lor assaulting a Chinaman, wai
discharged by the I'ollce Court today
fur lad; of evidence against mm.
Attorney (Jeneral reters returned to
his olllre thlH morning utter haMng
been confined to bis bed for several
days by a sevcro attack of the grippe
Jublleo incubators, tiiu nusiuesi
machine. Hot water s)stctn, not hot
air. Kee them before Inlying. M. W.
MiChcsney & Son's, Ltd , agents. Quern
The next mall steamer to leave for
the Coast will he the Ventura, which
Icnws Tuesday for Sun Kranrlsco. tin
less orders to the contrary are rocele!
by that time.
The transport Sherman departed for
Sail Pranclsro esteritay evening at
C o'clock. No effort wns made to bold
(he vessel until cable communication
News has been rocohed here from
Walpahu of the burning of n Chinese
house nt that place, resulting in tnu
Injury of two children, one of which is
sab! to bae died and the other is In a
Ah hough the wnrehousc nt tho Wal
iialiu plantation collapsed yesterday nf'
terneon, no sugar was spoiled Tho
i.l.om bags that It contained remained
lulart and will ho shipped to Honolulu
nt orco for loading ships.
A man named Shlmalsu was brought
before the l'nllen Court this morning
to answer tn n charge of hating
threatened Io Injure his wife, but ho
was not prosecuted, owing to his hav
ing Io answer to a similar charge In
the Circuit Court.
The annual business meeting of tho
Y M. C A. will be held In the Asso-
elation ball Monday evening tit it
o'clock, After tho election of oftlccrs
for the coming year a program of music
with icfreshments will be git en. All
members arc Invited,
Mali may nrrlvo this evening on the
S. S Nebraskan, which was sighted at
a little past 1 o'clock this afternoon
off Koko Head. The Nebraskan Is sup
posed to have left San Tranclsco on
the samo day the America Mam sailed
from that port. Tho America Marti U
diiz here tomorrow morning.
Mrs. Caroline Tares believes that
someone has tried to burn her bouse,
and she sunpects a certain man who
has given her trouble, of the attempted
crime. At 10 o'clock last night at hei
cottngo on Punchbowl, a noise wns
Jiearl and Investigation developed
kumc rags saturated Willi oil, wlilrli
bad evidently been llrhted but bad
ialled to burn,
I Work of llto North American Dredg
ing Company In deepening the bnrbor
is Hearing completion, and It Is expect
cd Hint in annul two muuiiis more tnv
ntlre Job will bo clone. Captain Con
nor, who has charge of tho work, left
this morning on tho Alnmcda to taku
charge of work on the mainland, and
tho local work will now bo In the
bands of his nsslstant, Mr. Smith.
With 2500 long tons of coal for tho
Navy Drpaitmcut. the ship Dlrtgn ar
rived jestcrday afternoon mid was tle-1
up nt wharf No. 1, Tho ship was de
lated In her toyago down the Atlantic
coast, the coal In the tcssel became
heated, and it wus nereasary to put
hack to Montevideo, where two months
were spent before the coal, which wat
taken from tho vessel, could be reload
ud It took the vessel lu!i i1ii)h to teai It
Honolulu from Montevideo. Harry
Lyon, miu of Hear Admiral Lyon, rame
in on the Dlrixo, having shipped as a
inllor He was met b) his father und
mother when the ship arrived.
a f i a i
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded April 6, 1S06.
McCandlcsH llldg Co Ltd by regr;
Notice; of electee of title In ljind
:io Court Cnset No. 7B. II 284, u S7.
Dated Apr 0, 1U0G.
Ho Yuen Soy tn Ah I.cong: CM,
leasehold, live stock, crops, well, etc,
Wcilewa, etc, Kwa, Oaliu; 1 81)0. It 2SS,
p 71. Dated Keh 2G, 1000.
John J Ilavery to Wm I, Hopper;
D: por lot 1311 of Or 4 COO, Wuhlawa.
Walalua, Oahu; 3933.7o. II 278, p 389
Haled Apr 0, 1900.
1'lrM Hank of Hllo Ltd to Henrietta
0 (lurney and hsh; lie); lots S and C,
I'uueo lots, Hllo; $800. Dated Apr 4,
Henrietta fl Clnrney and hsh to Klrst
llur.k of Hllo Ltd; M; lots S und G
IMmeo lots, Hllo; SICOO. II 285, p 08.
Dated Apr 2. 1900
Paauhaii Sug I'lnntn Co by ntty to
Acting Governor of Tor Hawaii; Agrt;
lu re erection and removal of hulldlugs
etc, on pc land, l'aauhau, Hamakua,
Hawaii. II 281, p 88. Dated Apr 3,
Mrs Jim K I.oo Neo by ally tn Man
Yuen Co; I.; 1-2 int In por It I 7320,
Kill 7314. Naalebu. Knu. Haw-all; 12
years nt $20 ner yr. II 283, p 128 Da
ted Dee 19. 190fi,
1 Manuel Slltn nil dwf tn Carol I no Mo.
delros; D; (Ir 1983. bldgs nnd water
ilglilh, Makaplpl, Koolau, Maul; $392.
II 280, p 30. Dated Mar 31, 1903
Jewelry of every description.
Wc do it itt a careful, painstaking nnd
Wc make a sjiccialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece it out of order
bring it to tts ntul we will treat it &K1U
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
A Money Present
That's practically what It amounts
to when you purchase one of our cel
for cash. The ordinary price Is $325
and we are selling them, money down,
tw for S225 AND S250 -KE
Where can you find a better money
The SEILER Is a strictly high-class
piano, beautifully finished, or perfect
action and possessing matchless tone.
It Is a piano that anyone might be
proud to own.
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
Napa & Sonoma
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINO ST., HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
We Find the Book
You Find the Bough
Old Omar must have found his book!
of verses pall on his literary palate at
times. What he wanted was a change,'
Readers of the following recent fic
tion will find the book an enduring
fund of pleasure and enlightenment: .
"The Triumph of Eugene Valmont" I
"On the Field of Glory"
Cyrus Townsend Ilrady
Dr. Henry M. Lyman
Hawaiian News Co.
YOUNG BUILDINQ STORE.
Ice Cream Parlor
116 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT.
LUDWIGSON & JUNGCLAUS,
First Class Lunch Rooms
Civility and prompt attention to pa
tterns by capable waiters.
CANDIE8 AND ICE CREAM ARE
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
The Alexander Young Building, Hours:
10-12; 2-1; 7 8. Residence, The Alex,
ander Young Hotel, Telephone Call:
nlanlc books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho lliillctlu Pub
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA
STS., SACHS BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites. Electric
Lights and Running Water In every
room. Porcelain bathtubs.
Unfurnished rooms on second floor
City and other Island trade solicited.
TELEPHONE MAIN 2-1-1.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
luiurc will be as follows: No. 1, 91.&5
2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
cu. yd.; No. 4, J1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No, 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
creto work, for which It is far superior
io any omcr sand.
Lord Jy Belser
, I per cu. yd.; No.
I No. 3, $2.05 per
FRE8H CUT FLOWERS AND I8L.
AND CURI08 AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J, J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen Sts. All tele,
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
The Weakly Kdltlon of tbo KvcnlnB
Tliilletlii Rives a complete summary of
the news of tho day. For SI year
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
R. &. G. CORSETS, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWNS, a nice assortment, "Very Good Values."
INDIA LINENS, 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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