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HJNOLULU STOCK EXLHANGE
HONOLULU, April 19. 1906. j
C. llrcwcr & Co. . . .
Kwn lMnntadon Co
llnwn. Agrl. Co. . . ,
llnwn. C , s Cn.
' llnAn. Sugar Co. .
Itnnopiu Sugar Co.
iinniiltan Supar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Knlitiku Plln. Co
Khlcl Pltn. Co
Klprhulu Bugnr Co
1 Kolas Sugar Co
Mcllryile Hiinnr Co.. I.til.
Oalm Sugar Co or,
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A Sample of the
"DOMBY" Russia Blucher
Mclnerny Shoe Store
A Gas Range
make a coot l.ltchen and a comfortable
Labcr-savlng Always ready
Gas Rangea and Water Heaten
Are Sold by Dealers and
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 ths event of his death
Life Income for His Two Children
Life Income for His Six Grandchildren
IN ADDITION TO LARGE CASH PAYMENTS.
MR. SMITH WRITES:
''It It my belief that life Insurance Is one of the best, If not the
beat, forms of Investment ever devlced. The depreciation In other se
curities which I hold has strengthened my belle In life Insurance In
a Company like Tho Mutual Life. I am glad to say that this Invest
ment In The Mutual Life Is probably the best ono that I ever made."
These policies arc written in amounts to suit
the needs of the insured
The Mutuil Life liuirai.ee Go.
OF NEW YORK
W. A. WANN
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT 8T.
HONOLULU, T. H. PHONE MAIN 201.
Onomca Snitnr Co
Ookrjn S. l'ltn. Co. .
Ulna Sugar Co.. Mil.
Olnwulii Compnny , .
IMniinnu H. Pin. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plln. Co
I'cpcckco Sugnr Co
Pioneer Mill Co ISflt.4
Wnlnlim Awl. Co no
Walltiku Suirnr Co
Wnlluku S. Co.. scrip ...
Wnlmunnln Rcr. Co 100
Wnlmen Sugar Mill Co... fi'JVi
I.I. S.N. Co 121
llnwn. I'.lec. Co 120
II. II. T. & I.. Iilil 102
II It T. & I., com f,:.
Mutual Tel. Co 9
Oalm Ity. & I.. Co
II lo II. II. Co
Hon. II. & M. Co. .
lawn. Terr. Is
Inw. 'IVrr. Is refunding
Inw. Terr. I Ms
law. Tor. I 1-L'a
law. Tit. 31-2ii
Inundivt. i'ih Hill
Cal. licet Sug. nnil lUf.
llall.il Sugnr Co. fis 103
i ii w. c. & a. Co. r.n oi
1 law n. Sugar Co. lis ...102
llllo It. II. Co. Consoli
II. It T. & I.. Co. fis
Knhuku I'll n. Co. fis
Oalm Ity. ft I.. Co. lis
Onlm Sugar Co. Cs . .
(Mint SiiKar Co. lis .
I'ii In Plln. Co. fis ...
I'lmurr Mill Co. fis .
Walalun Agrl. Co. lis
Mi'llryilu Sugar Co. fis
Sales llct Hoards:
ST, Kwn. $21; 200 Kllicl. J8. Session:
10.1 i:wn, J23.75.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents, or
$68.40 per ton.
H. Smith Examines
Tim latest development In the P.
D. Kcllctt affair, when It was foil ml
! Hint tho former court clerk bail nut
only embezzled funds from "In- llarete
estate, lint also In the case of Scott vs.
l'illpo, lins caused the starling of In
vestigation. It Is tin- purpose to exam
ine nil the estates ninl cases In wlikli
Kcllctt Ims been Involved in order lo
ascertain exactly Just how far his em.
Tills undertaking lnnlres mm h
hard nml puliistaklng work ntul will
tiecessnilly be a rather picilongcd af
fair, ns there arc many hundred Items
to be examined. Attorney (lenernl Pe
ters, when questioned In regard to It,
Mid that tin was tint nl liberty In say
I anything nbout It. Judge lie Holt also
was nisinciineii to discuss Hie matter
and referred the reporter tn Chief
Clerk of the Supreme Couit Henry
Henry Smith said that be ami Cleik
James Thompson bad been working
on the mnttcrs which Kellelt had bail
ihnigo of, for several days.
"There nro miles ntul miles of Items
to he examined and cbeiked." said
Smith. "Kncli Hem lias to be verified.
hi the work Is very slow."
"Have nny more Instnnces of embez
zlement been found?" nskeil tho re.
"I believe Thompson has found n
couple of niluiir Ileum with which
llieie Is Bomclhlug wrong." said
I Smith, "hut this has hIIII to he verb
Thompson dcrllncil to sny anything
nli'iut the nlTnlr. leferrlUK the leporler
I to Hinlth.
. SUGAR, 3.42 cents
LOUDON BEETS, 8s, 5 M4
Ihielen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Dond Ex
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
l'roni San Kramlsco per S. S. Ame
rica Mam, April 20. I"nr Yokolinnm:
.1. Decker. lMwIn Hell. Miss Clara
Illattner, Mrs. H. J. Illattuer, Mrs.
II. I. Durphy. A. 1 K.ill, Mrs. A. I-'.
Veil. Miss Helen Hyde. A. Knnlor,
Mrs. i:. M l.ee. (Ii-o. Murray. O. II. P.
Noyes. I A. Olills. Mr. K. A. Oldls
Dr. K. C. Slreetur. Mrs. i:. C Slrecter.
('. Siiyeblro, James Todd. Mrs. James
Janes Todd, Mrs. A. (I. Tyssuwsl.l.
II. V. YorI. Tor Ktiliq: Jns. 11. Low
er. Mrs. Jus. 11. Lower. I'or Shang
hai: Want; Kim Chouli, Chani; lluey.
Shin Shlu Pze. l-nr HniiRkoiiK: Ar
thiir V. Cornwall, Mrs. Aithur W.
Cornwall, Miss Kva Cooper, Asst.
HurK. Krnest (). J. KXIiikc V. S .N
S. (llasKow. Kilw. Ilnltli, Asst. SurR.
(Iciiiko M. Olson, U. S. N.: T. II. W.
Price, II. Speed, Mrs. II. Speed and In
fant. Asm. Sure Frank K. Sellers, V.
S. N. l'rom Ilnnolulu: William K.
Clark, fJeorRe J. Low.
"Yes," replied the lobbyist. rIimiiii
lly, "nntliliiK hut pralHt"." 1'liltadcl
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 wnlch needs tne attention of active,
See Tliielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL" BE PUTTHROUOH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
In The Swim
There are various kinds of swims.
Thete's the social swim, for Instance.
That contains a whole lot of the so
ciety folks. Then there's the
swim, which contains the rjood people
mentioned and everybody else as well.
People drink PRIMO DEER on ac
count of Its rjoodness and reliability.
Cet Into the best swim going.
LOCAL ANT QENHBAL
asy The Easiest and Most Unob
trusive way to secure a servant, a
clerk, a room, a position or any one of
a hundred usual needs, Is by means
of an Inexpensive Bulletin Want Ad.l
Autos for hire nt Ter Stables.
The Y M C. A. gymnasium class tn
lilKht nt 7:30
A snlesuinii tn fell whiskey In bond
If, wniiled. Sen nil this Issue
I he V. 11. Hall arrived from Kauai
nt mi early hour this inornliiK.
A discontinuance lias been filed In
the suit of Levi & Co. s. Hart k Co.,
With 199 bnKs of siiKar as a cart;u,
the steamer Maul arrived this morning
f I oni Hawaii.
Order u nice broiler, fresh Island
beef and teal at ltuymoud Hunch Mur-l.i-t,
The decree ineetlnR, eihediiled for
tonight In Orejulc I-oilKe, has been
poet polled until some ulKlit next v.cel;
rbe steamer Mniinn Im nrrheil ttil-
niotnlnn fioui Maul and Hawaii purls
with u number of passetiKers nml n
variety of freight.
At 5 ii. m. this cvenlliK the Nocau
will sail for Kukiilhuele and llonuka.i
ports. No other places will he vlslled
by the steamer on this trip.
Jubilee Incubulors. The buslncsi
mill LI lie. Hot w.ili r lystein. not lint
air. See them before buylliK. M. V.
McCheiicy ft Son's, Ltd., iikcuIs, Oucen
llaskctball tomorrow evenliiK at 8
t'eloek In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium.
Admission 10 Kills. Knms . Ilu
O'Cloekd: Koko Heads vs. Diamond
The case of Oswald Mayull, charged
with Mating (be ICdiiiiiuds net, was
nil for next Monday. This Is the case
In which the wife of n prominent Jap
anese nt Wiiinlua Is Involved.
I lie annual intetlug of the Y. M. V.
A. will be held I ntlie Association hall
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. After
the htulncus 'i program of niitslv and
lefreshiueiils; the luenihers are Invited
lo be present.
Joe Cahlnn, a Porto Itlran boolbliu k.
was today arrested hy Marshal Hen
dry on a charge of adultery. The wo
man In the case Is one Ollvn Moienn,
who Is married to I'ranclsio Hurl.
The defendant will probably be com
mitted by United Slates Commissioner
Mallng tills nflernoun.
Perhaps von ara u collector of pos
lal cards, ir not you ought to be. Tbii
fad lias come to stay and Is both In
structive mid entertaining. lmse
cards lose half their value. They
should be pluced in an nlbuiii, wbem
they can be properly dlsplnyed. You
will lie nileresteii in our line of tubulin
If you are Interested In postal cards.
I he page.! of the alliums are so pro
pared thai the coiners of the cards ate
titled Into silts and may bo remncd
for luspeilloii nt any lime without In
any way damuglni; either the card or
the allium. Honolulu rlioio-supplv
$100.00 REWARD! ! !
To any one person or collection of percons who can bring me One Case
of Incurable SYPHILITIC VENEREAL or LEPROUS SORES or any Chron
ic crse of piles. Bring them, and WALLACH'S INDIAN REMEDIES will
cure, or else you get the above reward. This Is a genuine offer, and I am
open to free consultation on any case of the above mentioned kind. If doc
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 On-I
Come All 1 Tomorrow may be too late.
W e do it in a careful, t .iii'takitii; nfd
tie eottyji maimer.
e make a specialty of repairing fine
u a'.cllt, -t.
If i.nr costly timepiece is out of order
1 -iiij; it io us and we will treat it hkill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
A Money Present
That's practically what It amounts
to when you purchase one of our celebrated
for cash. The ordinary price Is $325
and we are selling them, money down,
c for S225 AND S250 "TK2
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 anyono might be
proud to own.
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Napa & Sonoma
Lewis & Co.,
169 HMO 8T, HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Was Artistic Success
I-nun nn artistic Muudpnlnt the con
cert riven by the Manpiardls Inst
nlKhl was n complete success, but ow
ing to the nnxlcty canned by the San
l-'raui'lsco disaster the attendance) was
poorer than I' would ordinarily have
been. The proginiu was ns foliiiws.
Violin nml Piano: "I'nulnsli) I'nust"
llurp Solo: "Chants Seraphlipies". .
(n( "Aprllo" TobII
(b) "Ye Who Had Loneliness
Violin Alonn: "Prelude and KilRiie"
llnrp Solo: Kantaslo on "Home
I Sweet Home."
Violin and Piano
la) Walthcr's Prise Song from "Die
(10 "Spinning Wheel" Loltn
Voice, llurp and Viulln: "Avo Mn
i la" (loiiuoil
Violin nml Harp
(.) "Noeturno" Chopin
Hi) "Hobbling Spring" Samet
The magnificent harp uhciI by Mn
ilamii Manpiard Is supposed to be the
lnet In llic world. The column was
iii-iiiiilnctiired sole!) for exhibition pur
pose.! and took the prize nt tho World s
Coliimblnn Kxposillon. So expensive
wus I' that the makers did not expect
In i.oll i, but when M. Johnnn Mar
i-'imlt delerinllieil to have built the
finest harp ever constructed, for his
wife, be seruied this column of carv
ed gold for Die Instrument. The dell
cut - Inxtitimcut was built by the fa
mous American musical Instrument
mnniifncturcrs. Lou & ll"nly of Chi
cago. and Is larger and stronger than
any Itillan harp ever mnde. The body
Is of the finest and most nelect innple.
the noiiiiilliig hoard of tho best Ainer-
U an pine, lite edges are of satin wood
Inl ild with ebny. The Instrument
rinriKents an Investment of over VI,
ono It has a register of five nctavis,
the same ns a piano and seven pedals,
for the seven keys used In music. Hy
piesslng Ibe pedal half way down, the
kc Is 'iiinufcricil fiom slmip to nat
ural and by pressing It all the way
down the key Is again changed In Hal.
In order In mnko tbeso dulienlu
i Imogen without Blurring. Madame
Maripiardt wears the thinnest of soled
khiics and her feet cling so closely to
the pedals that mime have said sho
played without pedals.
The Miracle of
Today It is possible for a man or
woman who knows nothing about a
piano, to, with the aid of the ANOE
LUS, play the familiar melodies that
everybody loves, the popular operatic
music of the day, or even the classics
of the old masters; and, within the
first hour, the novice with the Ange
lus, will play better than nine out of
ten musicians can play by hand,
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNO BUILDING 8TORE.
Ice Cream Parlor
116 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT.
LUDWIGSON A. JUNGCLAU8,
First Class Lunch Rooms
Civility and prompt attention to pa
tions by capable waiters.
CANDIE8 AND ICE CREAM ARE
dr. j. t, Mcdonald,
CORNER PORT AND BERETANIA
STS., SACHS BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites. Electric
Lights and Running Water In every
, room. Porcelain bathtubs.
Unfurnished rooms on second floor
I City and other Island trade solicited.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Owing to a change In ths price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, nrlces In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.55
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
, No. 3, 12.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, J 1.80
per cu. yd.
' We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
, practically the price of white sand,
1 making It .-wnllabtc for all kinds of con
I crete work, for which it Is far superior
id nny oincr sana.
Lord & Belser
FRESH CUT FLOWERS AND I8L.
AND CURIOS AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by tho
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Olflce REMOVED to Rooms 21-24, RlehartH near Queen 8ts. All tele
The Alexander Young Building. Hours: , P.',,one ,m",afl" promptly attended to.
10-12; 2-4; 7-0. Residence, The Alex.1 We " tor n deliver. Dyeing extra.
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call: i --?
"Young Hotel." The Weekly Kdltlon of tho Bvcnlns
lllulletlii glvea n complete summary of
Illank books of all sorts, ledgers the nows of the day. For SI a year,
etc., manufactured by tbo Ilullctln Pub.!
'Ishlng Company, Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
1024 FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNQ Hotel.
tin 75c, per month
J. Lor Wallach
Advice free, by mall and strictly private. P, O. Box 677.
For Sale by All Druggists.
"Sro hero sir." exclaimed the pup
ichsfiil manufacturer to Mr Adam I'pp,
bis dilatory bookkeeper, ")ou are not
us ntlentUo to biisluers ns you might
be Now, It Ins been my rule In Ufa
to be at my desk early nml I.ito 81111'
"Me, too," Intel rupletl Mr I'pp, "somv-
tluus 1 get there eaily and lometlmci
kite -Philadelphia Pros.
"Mr. Itlcbley had nothing but prnlsu
for your wmk for him before tbu Cltl
kciis' committee," said tho f.rlend.
R. 4 Q. CORSETS, In various styles, "The Corset of tho Day."
LINEN LAWNS, a nice assortment, "Very Good Values."
INDIA LINENS, good purchase.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells Itself.
HOSE, ladies' 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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