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A dretiy affair for any occatlon. Very much nut of the
ordinary and Juitly popular for Hi fine fitting qualities, a
tatltfactory accompaniment for a party gown, or equally ac
ceptable for leie formal occasions.
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The housewife wants the flour
that contains the greatest
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A Cool Office
An tltctrls fan attached to your Incandescent light
wlrt will keep your office cool' and comfortable In tha
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4 Wa have now a good assortment to choosa from.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 390.
1 HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J., C Axtell & CO. 1048.1058 Alakca'
A dozen or more branda of butter
have been Introduced 'hero In this
city But . ',
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
la made from tweeter and richer, -
crtam than any othor.
' It hat tht flavo' of Purt Cream,
with the fragrance of froth violets.
This flavor and fragrance tulta tha
TRY IT TODAY.
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It In tpltndld position le Mcurt for Itt patront tht vtry bttt Island mtaw.
otrtfully handltd, Alto Itland Poultry of tvery dttcriattlosr.
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Monuments of Quality
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MAIN 251. 1
FORT ST. OPP. LOVaX BU
KVKNINO BUt.LKTtN. HONOLUiVJlVlt,, WEDNESDAY.
IN BK W4TER CASE
Order Issued By
CLAIM AIL WATER lELONfiS
10 TEIRITORY OF lAWAll
TO TERRITORY OF HAVkttli MIL.
VERTON MAKING STRONG
FIGHT FOR GOVERN
MENT. Deputy Attorney (lencrnl Mllverton
t'otik the flrkt Btcps In tlio attempt
jslilcli will ho made to prevent U I..
McCnndlCHs from nciiilrlnK tho larR'j
hmotintjOf wator fr which he filed a
claim with tho ItcRlstrar of Cotncy
r.nccH a few wcckH bro. Tho papers
In tho cnsowero filed by tho Deputy
Attorney (leucral this morntna; and a
temporary Injunction was Issued In
response to his plea by Judgo Dc Molt.
The prayer for an Injunction which
was presented thl morning recites
that on the 20th day of August I.. L.
McCandtcns filed, with tho tlcglstrar
of Conveyances, a claim for all water
iiii to 2.000 InchcH at a 4-Inch dick-
euro In tho streams of Makawal (mu-
ka). Kaululoa ami Kahakahaaiikuu In SugVCa, $119; 30 Oahu Bug. Co., $ll;
Wnloholl and Koolaupoko. lt.goeB on 60 Ilnw. Bug. Co., $35.00; 100 Onomca,
to say that tho land through which $10. Session: 20 Mclirydc, $C.12H
tlio water In question flows belongs to I '
tho Oovcrnmont and that McCaudlesH Latest sugar quotation, 4.12S cents,
has no Interest In It and that Its care.
management and malntcnnnco has
been vested In the Territory of Ha
waii. It goes on to say that tho water Is
tho property ot tho Territory of Ha
waii and that It la believed and alleg
ed that the Intent of the defendant Is
to divert tho water aforesaid by
means of flumes and ditches. This,
It la stated, will do Irreparable Injury
to tho land owned by the Government
and that for this rensnn a permanent
injunction which shall forbid the buil
ding of ditches and tho diversion of
tho wn'.cr is prayed for.
LVT bS t!H
UK, OF FIFTH
DID KOT 1
The Fifth Plstrlct County Commit
teo and tho lendcra of the Fifth wito
booked to iiavo a meeting at the Ito-
publlcan headiiunrters this noon, but
It did not como off. Tho gathering
waa representatives, John Lane, Nn
garan Fernandez and C'bas. Clark be
ing present, but not voluminous, and
as a consequence an adjournment was
taken, without any btislnesa being
Tho purpose of tho meeting was to
discuss tho matter of the representa
tion nf tho Fourth and tho Filth on
tho County Committee. Under tho
rules each precinct shnll have ono
mombcr of tho commlttoc, but by tho
now division of precincts, tho Fifth
han boon given thirteen precincts -and
the Fourth only ten. Tho Fourth now
wants thirteen morobcrs on' tho com
mlttco, so as to bo on an equal foot
ing with the Firth, hut tho Filth Is in
clined to dlsputo this proposition and
to stick strictly to tho rules,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept 18, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
I. Akow In Tom Chung Rhco D
S V Wilcox and wf to Mrs Kllza-
belli J Banford , D
S V Wilcox by tr to Florenco Har
M W TBohudl tr to Fanny Strauch..D
Fnnuy Strauch and hsh to John II
D'Almeida .' M
Mary IS Foster ct al to O II & I. Cn,U
Hawn 1'ltienpplo Co Ltd to O It &
I. Co , h
Entered for Record Sept, 19, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Church of Latter Day Saints by utty
of tr to S Kahawall D
Church of Latter l)ny Saints by atty
or tr to Mrs Kip! Kahawall .,..'.. D
Keonl Kalmann and hsb to C llrcw-
cr & Co Ltd. , U
Fine Job Printing at tht Bulletin
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 18, 1906
TCaafiil ; hi Mile
Plt ftial '
NAMI OF STOCI
am Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Sngar Co
Honoau Sugar Co ...
HtSnl Saf.r Co.-
tCahuku plantation Co
KIMI Plantation Co LM
kit atiola Sugar Co ...
Voloa Sugar Co
Oiwmm sugar Co......
Ookala Sugar PI"1" Co
8laa lug Co III
IawbIm Ci .. .
M It J(
i) .t 4
Plllhll Sugar PlUt Co
Pacini sugar mm I.
Pala Plantation Co
PrpaakMi sugar Co
4,, no our
Sloowr Mill Co . .
ralalua Agricultural Co
i i i,jj i-i
Walluuu Sugar Co
wailuuuaugar 1.0 .,
WalluM Sugar Co 5.
Watmanalo sugar (to.
waianao wnjo ...
Hawaiian Elactrlc Co
Hon R T A L Co Coal -'
Mutual Ttl.onona Co
Oakii KkL Co...
Mllo Rallroag Co
Hon. B. AM. M
Haw Tm'l aHs-c...
nwiiw s pe
nawu Sirlar I o ft pc
Haw Coras Sf Co pi
Haw Suoar Co 0 fi t
Kanulm Plant Co t c
Oahu Sugar Co 6 pc
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c
Pionaar Mill Co p c -'
Walalua Aft Ic Co 6 p c
Sales Between Hoards: 70 Oahu
or $82.50 per ton,
SUGAR, 4.125 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s. II 1-4(1
THIiIir & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND-BROKER8.
Members Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Evening Bulletin 7fiA p month.
Is good for what'
The Orand Jury commenced Its sea
clou this morning at 9:30 nnd nlnrlcd
with (he en r.o charging n Chinaman
named Al.ea with having Intercourse
with n II It lo girl under the ago of con
sent. Tho testimony In the caso was
clear and nn Indictment will probably
he found when tho report is turned In
to Judgp Do Holt.
Tlii' second rase to tomo up waa
one from 'Kwn, In which a Korean
namcd'tYnon Kc Ho Is charged with
attempted rape, on tho pctsnn of a
Mrs. Kn of that district, Tho Jury
adjourned Just before noon and will
meet this afternoon at 2 o'clock, when
thn eneo against Kauponn, charged
with larceny In tho first degree for
stealing 2800 pounds of lead from tho
local pumping works, wilt bo heard.
The Oceanic steamer Sierra came In
this morning from San Francisco, ar
riving at 10:10 after an uneventful
voyage ot flvo days nnd seventeen
hours. Sho had a pantcngur list ot 130,
C9 first cabin, C4 socoud and 7 steer
age. Shn reports lino weather all the
Tho Sierra brings '10i tons of freight
lor Honolulu, with 1059 tons In transit
Sho' Is scheduled to leavo nt midnight
tonight. Sho crmn In romnwhat soon
er than wax expected, It being thought
shn would not get ln until this after
noon. "Lady, won't jou give a poor old fcl
low something to cat? I'm an honest
man." pleaded tho tramp at tho back
"Pmvr. vour honesty." suEircsted the
sweet llttlo woman.
"I have not Buffered from tho San
Without another word he was taken
111 linn given "lieu a Iran nn Heitumi
falls .to the lot ot those who take so
ninny freo ride on tho railroads,
On any reasonable quest at any
reasonable task a Bulletin want ad.
will usually make good.
The Olohe soils It cheapor.
Aiitno for hire at Ter. filablrs.
New bathing suits and surf boards nt
Neatly furnished rooms at the Top-
ulnr. II. $1.50 and $2 per week. 1242
,14 !" I'ort strrct.
Mil The liar Association will meet at the
j '"jncpiibllcan headquarters this after
I ml noon nt 4 p. m.
. ' ' Tlio rhnmlior nf Tomnierte will hold
its regular bl-montiuy meeting in j
o'clock this afternoon.
Stevedores for Midway In any nuin
bcr tan be had by applying to P. K. It
istrnuch, walty buiiuing.
Tho executive committee or tho lie-
publican Central Committee will meet
at r o'clock this afternoon.
The Fourth District County Com
mittee will meet at the Itepuhllcan
headquarters tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
The Fire Department will give an
exhibition drill at tha Central tiro sin
tlon this afternoon at 3 o'clock for the
benefit ot tho visiting editors.
The Chinese ol Hanapcpe, Kauai, ora
awakening to tho Importance of edu
cating their yoiing'ters and a private
school will he opened there soon.
The Opln Be clgnr Is still In the lend
and gaining rapidly. It will he your
fnvorltc once you try It. Sold by Ilay-
scldcn Tobacco Co. and retailers.
W. W. S. Edmonds wns arrested
yesterday on the charge of malicious
Injury, He Is alleged to have smashed
his way Into tho houso of fleorgo Km
lamakro of Walalua.
The Seaside Hotel Is now able to
supply tho punllc with surf boards ill
various sizes nt n nominal figure. Surf
ing 1ms become deildedly tho popular
sport In Honolulu during the p.ist few
Dr. Stamm, who has been sightsee
ing, making pleasant acquaintance
among tlio medical fraternity of the
city, continues his tour around the
world, leaving today for New Zealand
A suit wns filed this morning by the
Territorial Hotel Company vm. Prince
David, fur the sum ot $399.90, alleged
to ho duo for hotel bills Incurred liy
tho latter at tho Moana hotel In the
past threo years.
Fur Thutsday, Friday nnd Saturday,
the HachM Dry Hoods Co. will offer
plain nnd embroidered Wash belts, a
well us sllkollucs, golden draperies,
denims nnd burlaps nt special prleei:.
Storo open until 9 p. in. on Saturday,
Sco ad in this Issue.
Tho roso of W. W. Dlmond ai'Co. vh
l'rlnro David and Prlnco Cupid was
completed this morning beforo Judge
Hoblnson, tho plalnlilt being given
Judgment for the sum ot $350. Prince
Cupid's wife was among the witnesses
called and was present this morning In
response to a second subpoena Issued
Dr. Hoffmann, as he was leaving for
llllo yesterday, received a wlrelcbt
messagn from l.ahalna to stop there
en route to sec a man who waa threat
ened with appendicitis. In order to do
this he left tho Klnau and took the
Mauna Loa, arriving there an hour
sooner, hoping to continue hl trip h
The Japanese ot Llhue gavo a big
farewell reception to Mr. Dempster
last Sunday afternoon at Llhue Japan-
one school, when as many as ncvrnty
Japanese gathered there nnd bade fare
well to their departing friend, who
has endeared himself to them ho much
Speeches wero made, lemonade and
cakes herved, and tlio guest of honor
covered with Ids.
In the divorce proceedings which
were being heard this morning before
Judge De Holt In tho eabc of Dolores P.
Porter vs. O. T. Potter, Attorney L. M.
Straus, for the defense, made a wild
allegation of colluulon between the
attorneys for the prosecution mid hit
client. For this reason Judge De Holt
set tho caso over till 1 .o'clock lomor
low for further bearing.
Yesterday tho Nllhau went out to
tho Sheridan to assist In the work of
unloading bcr and of laying anchors.
Tho Iwatanl this morning took out
romo big anchors and chains. Cap
tain Piltz of tho Iwalanl states that
ho considers tho chanrcH for pulling
the transport oft tho rocks very favor
able, and he expresses no doubt but
that sho will bo rescued.
Tho murder rase against Tukomoto
was continued this morning In Judge
De Holt's court and tho prosecution
proceeded to Introduco a mass of tcB
tlmony going to provo that tho mur
dor wus committed by Takamoto as
the result of a quarrel, alter which the
latter Is alleged to have gone out of
the houso whero tho troubto occurred
and to have returned with a large
knife with which ho dispatched Ills
Japanese laborers In tho different
Kauai plantations observed the Hon
Festival during the past week. This
festival Is sometimes culled by foreign
ers the Feast of Lanterns, but might
bo better named hh All Souls' Day.
In iii it a"a-i Itnll m 4 tin I nn tlio I tin V I tin
- r . ., , . . .,.. ,., ,h. ..,,
"" , ',,,",. ' h h.hij ,!
ac"d, t0Jhm ln c"n household, and
'special offerings of food aro made to
(them. Tho rural population of the
lmoi.t part of the cmplro celebrate tho
festival by a dunco known as Hon-
'odorl. Tho general feature of this
llancP lnrKC olrclo or wheel of pos
luring men uud women who revolve to
tho notes of a song, sung and flute and
drum played by a tow ot their number
In tlio center. On some plantations u
play wa3 substituted tor the dance.
HEAT vs. COST
If you will consider the cost of the
wood alcohol you use In your chafing
dish lamp and compare It with the ex
pense of cooking on a gat ttove you
will take to the latter at the expense
of throwing away tha chafing dlth.
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ohorter time and for lett money than
any other fuel. It It tht most eco
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you a hot platt with two burners to
aid In convincing you that we art
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All locks, hinges, bolta and other
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