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WVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU,' T. It, TUKSDAY. OCT, I.'IPOS.
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E Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort' 'Shoe
El Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides.
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S FORT. STREET
?i.U.U.ii.iiUUiiUi iii ..iittUUiiiiiaUUK
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Gluten., is the life- of
flour. Holly Flour
contains more gluten
than any other flour.
ALL GROCERS or
Tlico. II. Davics & Co,, Ltd.
It'a the same old story yvlth oil lamps. .ConsUqt t-
tention; smoking the chimney c3no mipute, 'out o? oil a 'few'
minutes later. Always needing new globet, filling and clean
ing, There It no light forithe home or offleo io convenient '.
None of the dleagreeaLle features above spoken of but
always ready for use with a soft, steady light.
A valuablcaddltlpn to the modern house.
IT VVILL PAY. YOU TO 8EE U3.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.i
'PHONE MAIN 380.
jp " "mmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm"rmfmifwm)(wtnnnsmiwtnm
cold, and diced so thin you can see through it, Is on sals 'at
our. counter every day. For a quick and appetizing lunch It
Is unequaled. You may have a pound or a whole ham; the
'choice Is with you.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
'PHONE MAIN 48.
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wo can
give you the very f
Furnish us your address and our
representative, will call on you
and show vou our Illustration
HIS CALLINQ IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C. Axtell &Co, 1048-1058 Alakca
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DSPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Y. SUGA SHOTBN,
Wholesale and 'Retail Liquor Dealer,
Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai 8aloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO 8TREET8.
,P03TOFFICE BOX 6. TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
nourishes the system and ,
MAKES FOOD FOR VTHE BABY. "
Doctors Recommend Itl
wm n si
Gaptain of Schooner Tells
How Vessel W4s
SHIP ABANDONED NEAR ?
ISLAND OF KAHOOLAWB
WITH MASTS CARRIED AWAY
AND WATER POURING IN,
CREW TAKES TO
Captain Kalama nml his crow cil
t lie Island schooner Knulkcaoutl came
In oh tlio steamer l.tkctlltc this mom
il'.K, reporting tlic tolnl loss of their
wssel nliout fifteen miles soulhwcnt
of (he Island of Kahnolnwo on Thurs
day of lnt week, September 27.
Tho vessel was dismasted and leak
lug badly when nbnndoncd by tho
cicw, and U iihw floating around
icmnwhcro In the neighborhood of tliu
place where sho was wrecked, If sliu
lias not sunk.
The Kaulkeaonll sailed from Hono
lulu September 25 for Koholalclc, Ha
waii, with n cargo of loo tons of fer
tilizer. Two days laler, on Thursdny,
when nbout II ft cen iiiIIch southwest of
hnhnnlawe, sho encountered n heavy
northerly swell. There was very lltllo
wind, not enough to steady the Utile
CH3cl, and sho began to roll lienvlly
Sn the trough of tho sea, every roll
lacking her badly and threatening to
tear tho masts out of her. Finally the
ninln port rigging carried away, the
mainmast breaking off about llirco
feet from the deck. Tho vessel at
Ibis time was under licr mainsail. Jib
aud flying Jib. tho foresail being furl
ed. Tho rolling was lou much for the
fore port rigging, and within n fuw
i-cconds of the breaking of the main
mast It, too, carried away, tho foro
most going olerboard, breaking oft
r.bout a foot above tho deck.
The boat was Immediately rescued
from underneath tho wrecked gear,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGF
HONOLOLU, Sept. 2f 1906
NAME OF STOCK
C ftrnrrr Ca .
Hvatln Acrtrultuf I Co
vaw um i bunr uo. .
Mtlt .... A.
Kiflubu PUntatlnn Co.
Klhcl Ifinfation Co Lti
Kip4nuia bu.ir Co
JTnloa Surtr Co . .
MIIrydSujMr Co .
Gthd Sf r Co .
Onomca Su(f Co.ti(.
Oohjla Srr ft Co
8UtStiKi Co M4 ,
Paaohiu Sugar Ptait Ca
racinc suffir mm ,
Pala Plantation Co
Ppfko Sutaf Co
waiiuMu ucar Lrt ...
Wallumi Suir Co Se
Walmanalo Suar (i'-
Hll.lnil Kls.M M Ia
Manallin Fttctrlc Co .i
ttonK I Itol'lJ...,
Him T & L to Cos -Matu.t
TtlrhiiM Co w
Uahu Hkl Co. ..
mho innton ci ......
Hon. n. AM.
H.Tt .DC IFIttCIl
Il.w Ttft'l Up c...
Cj'Ii If rs
C.AH.Siiir Utl.Cn. 6c.c
nawuon sue i..(k
HawSurar CoAp c ....
Hon H T fc L Co p
Kahbku I'tant Co A l c
Pala Plant Cn ,
PvmtM Mill Co 6 p c
Walalua .tllc Co 4 a c
II 5-4 I
.Sales lletwcen lloanU: 12 Haw.
Ag. Co.. 1120; 10 Uaw. Ag. Co.. 120;
15000 Wnlalun Cs, $39; I200O Walalua
5s, $39; $1000 Walalua 5s, $99; $1000
Walalua Cm. $99. Sovlfin; 25 Walalua,
$08.50; 15 Walalua, $Cb'.50.
Latest sugar quotation, 4 cents, or
$80. a ton.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s. 6 3-40
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change, 912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
arc greatly benefited by
drinking with their
nnd tho crew commenced to cut aw a)
the fallen slicks to keep them from
pounding against tho ship's hUc.
Rut ijic strain had drained the 'lit'
Ho vessel badly, nnd sho commenced
In leak, though not m Mich nu extent
that the cro.v uu nut iibto, Io keep
tho scuoouc i:ca ;ront waicr oy mo
use of ttio pumps. ,
Tho vessel, however, was totally
disabled, her masts overboard and
tho water pouring In through tho
UakB In her bottom, alio was drift
ing offshorti and In a dangerous por
tion. Ilcluctnntly Captain Kalonm
gave orders to tuko to the boat and
abandon tho ship
Captain Kalama and his crew land
ed In Kawalbao at 11 o'clock SuriiUy
morning, returning ,to Honolulu ul
10:30 today pn tho 'Llkellko.
The Katilkcaoull was of 73 tons dis
flaccmcnt. Sho was 80 feet In length
with a breadth of 25 feet and a depth
ot hold of 8.5 fcot. Sho curried a
crew of six Uawallans. Allen & Rob
inson of this city wcro her owners.
They carried $2,000 Insurance on her
Willi Wm. (I. Irwin & Co.
Tho schooner was built at I.udlow,
California, In 1879, and has called In
tlio waters of thesa Islands most ti(
tho time sinco bIio was launched.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 1, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. in.
Mallo Aim and lisl) to Kealu ft
I' II lluructto and wf to ltltu Sylva.l)
A Lewis Jr and wf to K U Oiicrreru.I)
Oahu College by trs to Win Klao-
Wm I, l'otcrKou to Leon ltenaut..AM
.1 11 Hchnack nnd wf to l.'ucy l'ial,l)
U M lino to J llao et al 1)
Peter Hllvn and wf to Jnso (1 Sciu
rao . , . , , M
Joko (1 Scrrao to Klrst Hank uf 111-
Io l.ld AM
Entered for Record Oct. 2, 1906,
From 9 a. in. to 10:30 a. m.
Wm Kalachao and wf to J Allied
Recorded Sept. 26, 1906,
J Alfred Magoon and wf to Oeorgo
Osborne; I); lot 20, blk A, or It I'
177, Young St, Honolulu; $2000. 11
80. p 484. Dated July 17, 190G.
W Matlock Campbell to Oliver C
Scott; O; lot 8, blk I), Young St, Ho
nolulu; $2600. 1) 280, p 480. Dated
Aug 29. 1900.
Oliver, C Scott to Hlcuard II Trent
Ir: M; lot S, blk I). Young St. Hono
lulu; $2100. 11 281, p. SIS. Dated
Aug 29, 1901!.
. Harry K l'lckcr to Clinton J llulrh
lim; D; pur Kill 93S. Kuaklnl St, Ho
nolulu; $10. 11 2S0 p 4h7, Dated
Sept 17, 1906.
Win II Kealnkul anil wf to William
O Smith; M: II I' 111. Kill 790, Anla,
Honolulu; $250. II 281. p 351. Dated
Kept 26, 190C.
Makanul to Lowers & Cooke Ltd;
AL; lilt. In lot .1 of 'Itonuakuha lots,
Ilcniiaknlui, Honolulu; $10. II 2S3, p
175. Dated Sept 25. 1900.
Mnry K Alexander nml hsb (A C)
to Kiank AndradcfD; lot 7. blk 21.
Colteco Hills tract, Honolulu: $700. 11
2e. i ISK, Dated Sept 21. 1906.
Frank Andrailo and wfto to tr of
1'ilsillla i: HiihHlngcr; M; lot 7. blk
21. Coltego Hills tract, .Honolulu;
$150. 281, li 351. Dated Sept 21,
Wnhlawa Water Co Ltd to Oahu
Hallway . I,and Co; L; rlxht to din
Q'ruct utid maintain railway bridge
over por S fork tit Kaiikonahuu gulch.
Calm; $1. II 283, p -175. Dated Sept
Umlllti C Martin (widow) to Camll
do r Souza; I); por lots 3 and 4, blk
J, bldgs, etc, l'liiinul tract, Honolulu;
$900. 11 2e3, p 190. Dated Sept 25,
John II K.st Ltd Io Kohalu Ditch Co
Ltd; L; It W to (onstruct ditch for
water ncioss Ap 1, II P 570R. Kill
S3U8, Halcnpo, N Kiilmla. Hawaii; 50
yri. II 2S3, p 170, Dated Deo 8. 1905.
Iiruro Cartwrlght to Samuel Tar
ler; I); Ap 1 of It 1' 16G9. Klll'SSlKIl,
Wnlmca, s Kohala, Hawaii; $noo. 11
280, p 183. Dated S'Pt 23, 1900.
1 1 DAVIS IS ID
A suit wan Died in the Circuit Court I
this morning by S. C. Dwlglit vs. 11. W,
Davtn for tho sum of $395.37. The com
plaint alleges that Mrs. A. .1, King gq'.1
n Judgment from DaUs for tho sum nil
$227.12 and that on a writ of orror car-'
rled to tho Siipicino Court, Dwlght wcnl j
on me uouti tor tno turn or $395 57,
When tho former Judgment hail been
alllrmcd by tho Supremo Court on
Miirth 8, 1903, ho paid tlmt Hum over
to Mrs, King nnd has been unnblo tu
collect from Davis slnco.
LOCAL AND iENERAL
Hunting for a Buyer for anything
whatever Is a pretty hard task If
you have to do It In person; and a
pretty easy one If you do It with a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Register or lose your vole.
W. Loughcr went to Ma.ilaca todai
HMsKorn. nws. sharpened. Webb's.
W. II, Campbell went to llllo today.
White Men in u Km. ytockyda stable.
Mrs. Wells ilcpiutcd this noon for
II. A. Ilrynnt and wife left today rot
II. 11. Hcnlon nnd wife returned to
Ml;s Towner sailed on tho Klnau to
day for Maalacti.
Tomorrow will be the last day of tl.o
minim underwear salo at Whitney U
Work In tli 3 first nnd tccond ranks
this evening at Mystic Idgc No. 2,
K. of r.
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1213
Tickets lor Miss ljcko'a art In Hurt:
ran bo obtained at the Honolulu Photo
Tho Pacific Transfer Co. will delher
juit coal nnd wood hi any quantity to
nny part of the city.
Solomon Mahelona of tho County
Ahdllor's olllco is lit present eonllncd
to lil.i bed by a bad old.
The I'irili District bub-conunltlcp
will meet next Friday evening to at
rangu tho details or tho campaign.
On and alter Thursday, October 4,
registration open from 7 to 9 a. m., 1 1
a. rrt. to 2 p. m. and 4 to 8 p. m.
in too cne or ine uanu laiiui a uuii-
way Co. vs. John Colburii the jictllion
or the plalntlrr for an Injunction was
granted this morning.
Kduard White Sutton was grjiitcd
permission by Judgo Dolo to iirattln
beforu tho Federal Court, he was
rtcommcuded by Attorney S. II. Der-
The case or Captain 01sion, ot the
tug Fearless, charged with carrying u
dangerous weapon; came up In Police
Court this inuriilng, but went over lor
The cusps or John O. Scarle. ShcrilT
or Hawaii, vs. August lluinbiirg, mid
of August. Hamburg vs. J. C. Scarle,
James Fiillcrlnu, II. II. (lebr and llio
Kohala and llllo Hallway Company
Mere both illsioiilliiucd (hit inorulng.
Judgo Arrhlo Mnhaulii or Walalua Is
In town today. Ho says (hat although
the Home Kulcrs and tho Democrat'
In his district have ruscd, tie Repub
licans still are In control or the sltua
Autone Hllvn, thep rlr.n Tighter, ap
peared In I'ollco Court this morning
rhaigcd with cmbezzleiiient. He Is al
leged to have rtolcu money belonging
In 'it woman with whom he was Inti
mate. Tho case was postponed for a
A complaint was filed today by K.
II. F. Wollcrs vs. Hoary Vlelra for
tho foreclosure of a mortgage on a
pleco of property containing 1710
fqu.irn feet located on tho noithncst
side of Muuanu street, makal or tbr
Mrs. It. Jaoucn, tho wire or the
gunsmith who was killed Inst week
at i:. t). Hall & Sous', leaves today
on tho Maul for Kauai, with bet
lltllo chin:. Her brother, Mr. K. II.
W. tlroadbont, Is taking her down In
spend romo tlir.o nt his home and en
deavor to recover from tho shock
tamed by tlio sipldcii tragic death of
her husband. Mr. Jaoueii inriled no
lnHiiranm nnd his dcnlli leaves his
wife practically without anything. Sho
has one child.
If you have been thinking about
paving up for Christmas why
don't you get a start by
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Then come licrc for the ring.
W'a have many beautiful ungnKi
ment rings hiiarfclinjj with pnr
lly ami jiriees arc ns low as jcr
fect Jems can he mjU for.
M. R. Counter.Forl St.
i 10 BE
SHORT AND ISP
Tim l.!vnril'lvo rnminllln nf Itm
County Cnmmltteo held Us usual In-!
formal meeting at Ilcpubllcan head
quarters at -noon today. Arrange-
meutti for tho campaign was tho prin
cipal subject of dltciisslun.
"Wo will hao a couplo of meetings
next Snturdny night," snl.l Chairman
Harry Mutray alter (he meeting. "Hut
with that exception wo will not start
our campaign until next week. ICvon
then wo don't Intend to do much until
tho 15th, but then wo nro going to go
at It for all wo aro worth,"
S.im Kaloa gave u noon-hour Demo
cratic address today at tho corner (
King and llcthcl streets. Ha was the
only speaker nnd had everything hla
own way. In his fcpeech he advised tho
Hawaiian) to vote tho Democratic
ticket. Ho also inndo an attack on
what ho called tho "notlco machine,'
charging It with allowing gambling to
be carried on unmolested In tho city.
Ho also attempted to tell how John
Lanu had bocn fooled by Sheriff Drown.
Seeing Link McCaudlcis standing
near listening, ho Jumped nu tho latter
In regard to tho Immigration questluu
nnd rearing tint MeCandlcss might at.
tempt to nnswer his sophistries, h'
talked on and on until bo saw MeCand
lcss leave, when ho sto.wicd suddenly.
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In heavy syrup: PEACH E8,
PEARS, APRICOTS, PLUM8.
Vegetables: Asparagus, Asparagus
Tips, Peas, String Beans, Tomatoes,
Lima Beans, Artichokes, Spinach,
Mushrooms, Brussels 8proutt, Stew
ed Mushrooms, Cepes In Oil.
Lewis & Company,
163 KING BTflCET. 'PHONE 240.
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tion. If you want pure liquors
for home use we will supply
your favorite brand 911 short
Whiskeys wlneo, beers and
liqueurs by the bottle at our
'PHONE MAIN 36.
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nnd good conveyances with easy ol
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tho ascending of tho surrounding
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