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KVKNINCJ IHILI.RTIN. HONOLULU, T.. IWTIIURSDAY. OCT. 4, 1906.
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cold, and sliced to thin you can ceo throuuh It, la on sate at
our .counter every day. For a quick and appetizing lunch It
Is uncqualcd. You may have a pound or a whole ham; the
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The " Badger " Reports
The News of $hip
The battlcsdilp Wisconsin lias about
nil the comfort of home, Including u
dally newspaper, called the lladger llul-
Icllii. There Is also Isoned from the
Shin's pi tntlug ofllce'n monthly miiK-
azlne called the Jladgcr, which would
lie a rreillt to any shop on land, The
last number, issued at Yokohama
ennui uviui u UIU nm, lull mill l'uli
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lontains n history 01 me Wisconsin h
domes since ftlio went Into communion,
win! especially of her ttny in Asiatic
waters. 1 no editor Is Ilolicrl I). Jones.
The magazine Is "devoted to tlio Inter
ests of You, Mini nnd Mc.
F.ach day during tlio homeward voy
uro the lladger Uullctln has liven Is-
filed, giving all the latest news ot( the
day. Tlio following extracts arc taken
from the dully editions:
Friday, September 21. 190K.
Sailed from Yokohama yesterday af
ternoon nt 2 o'clock.
At G o'clock last evening the Mimic
Lotu overhauled us, passing within 100
Coal btlll on deck.
Saturday, September 22, l'JOC.
The, bakers aro making plo for sup
per. A typhoon struck the band last night.
Whoi-nill cut off his whiskers; and
llowcn Baw u ll lug-fish this morning.
Land, llol Where nwny? Ilru-.ul olt
the keel, Sir!
I-1 oin the outside world king liil
ward's health is Improving, Scciclary
Tafl but ,J20 last week.
Coil still on deck.
SiinilMy.'ScMsinher S3, lOOrt.
Till last loaf of-Yokohama rubber is
gone;, praised be tint rowers, the bak
ers nro making bread
Krom the outside world A board of
survey, convened yesterday nt Pana
ma, condemned two do7CU shovels, 25
picks, 10 crowbars, G dumpcnrls and
252 policemen. Thu canal Is prugicus
Monday, September 21, l'.W..
It will not bo Mi. llynu'H fault If Iho
show In Honolulu Is not n big success.
Vrom tlio outside world Tlio Muclc
Hakcrs' Union has ordered n strike
drinKing wun tueir
nourishes the system and
MAKES FOOD FOR THE BABY.
Doctora Recommond Itl T '
Tho Ilecf Scandal has been sterilized.
President I'aluut tay3 that there Is
Coal etlll on deck.
Tuesday, September 25, 190G.
Panhnndh Prto brought the South
Polo In New oik II. U iiioinliig.
Coal on du.k, l.o muit.
Wednesday, tei f:i.ilior 20, 1800.
Dags and hammocks lust night.
Weather Is getting a bit tropical..
All gun-ports on tho main' deck uro
Tlio dynamo room Is well equipped
with utensils for making oyster stew.
Cits ' flml railroad rates form the
general topic for conversation on thu
From tho Outside World The newj
ibsuu til l'llllllipiiiu IIUIIUO v iiuui.-u
ycrtcrday; undso was tho Mongolia.
iiiursuity, oi-pii'iuucr .1, ivuu,
At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon we
met tho America Mnru, bound for YO'
kohama; Vho tuaVs nhe.f of her 1?!;
schedulo In oWcr to land her i-urRtit,bL0 -J-"'l,1W follows.
bore Monday, as It Is on that day thu
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,111.1 caou ui uuuva tuvo mw v,,vvv ... .
The costumes to bo worn In tho meio-i
drama to bo presented by tho Wlscou.. ';!':, '," ' .,.,
sin Dramatic Club In Honolulu, wcio ;,,',,;, I"' in
designed by a prominent toclcty lady," ta 'x' ,
In VnL-,-.l,-,.,in inUUIUIl , ISVs
Wo passed tho Halfway llouao thin
Krlday, September 28, 1006.
No, dear friends, wn did not forgot to
chanzo tho tlato of tho Ilullclln. It la
CUUllgu lilt) uuiu ui int. iiuiiutiii. it w...,. .. ..,,., fi.;r.,.. o- ii-i,..
I.'rldiv now but It was Katurdiiv thla ;1,!-!'0! -" Mukawell, $J6.D0; .j Maka
friaay now, mil 11 was eaiiirun inu ., ..1(.rfl, -., int,.lu.n iii r.n. v
morning up to 9:25. Yea, It will bo
Saturday again tomorrow. Oh! such
u 'business double-time, for over-tim
ers. Hero's whero Uncle Sam gets
square for the other way round when
wo lit me nut.
Saturday, September 29, 1903.
Wo passed about CO miles to tho
north'rd ut Midway last night at 9
The W. 1). C. will present their play
cither In the root garden of tho "Alex
ander Young Hotel, or In the- leading
theater of Honolulu.
Sunday, September 30, 1900.
Tho ccrcmonlcu on thu forecastle
this morning unending the formal pre-
icntullon of Cups won by thin ship un
Hit Asiatic Station, and the prcscntn
t Ion of Captain Drake's Uun-Po!utcra'
Trophy Tablet will nlwnys bo rcmeni-
horfd as an event In our cruise.
Wo met the Siberia last night nt
12:30, passing her within 400 yards to
tho starboard. Shb was duo to hum
lort Honolulu on tho 28th.
Monday, October 1. 1908.
' Mr. l-'rohmnn will not present th
SS'. D. C. 011 Broadway, owing to tho.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 4, 1906
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NAME OP STOCf PM Up i
C Dr.w. k Co ..... i.rtx tx
Bw Pl.nlailon Co .... .ooo,jf M jj 3 J-t
H.llMAtlculhitlCo !.. ,K I i
H.wCoiSu.rC., i.iii.tso loo .'
rt.w.litiiSat.rCo .... . i S '' 1'
Honnmu S.r Oi ,.i, H'v i- M Ml
HtnohM SuiV Co ... rfn ti 11 ;
Haiku 5rf Co . . im I'M
tllrjkJ f IMlMlhfl Co- SO-1.M ..('
KIlMl PltMSIIos Co LI4 ..x, Jo I . o
Klp.hitlirSu(f Cv ...- fMno io. 1"
Voln. Sorar Co . Vntn i I Mt
MHryd!iief Co W. to i i , "
O.IKI i1f CO Itm.m ,. II J M4
Oro. SuurCo.. ... i.w k '
Ook.U Srf Plt Co J".c .IN V
81a turn Co t'i . . ". rt ' ''
lowalu Co . ii . uo. i t
PiaahauStlcar Plant C. Jooo.ik j i;
PacISc Sujtai Mill '. ,,K '
Pala Plantation Co .... i. 1,1
PfrxhaoSaiwCo ... ty.o io I no
Plonwi Mill C.I ..... . f.7o." lr, I l0
WaUluaArkultiiralCo 4,soi ! 'J1" ''
WalltkuVuiarCo .... Tjtn i.k )
Walluku Sucar Co Set 'J'-
Waitnanalo Sural tio .(.- in V
Walinw MltlUn. 7
..MISCELI ANL-OUS I
nl.l-UlanJ SleamNCo' vo,"" to 1'' Ijo
Hawaiian EKctllc Co J ' (m.ooi 100 l
HonK TtV LCoPld..., V.-1 .... ii ,
HonRTftLCpCoa- i.tH.on i 6
Mutual Ttlatlon Co .. llo.i i I J.( 9 l.l
Oihu H L Co.. 4.OOO.0-,. uk o
Hllo ttallioal Cf t,w.ooa ,,
Hon. U. M. Oo... - .... 1
HawT.r.pf IlltaCII ... ico
HiwT.uK t ""1
Haw Tnr'l aXp.e... . ... i
H. tiof p r..-. .-. . . ,W
C.H.Suf.Ht.Co.6p.f. . ... (1011.4
Nalku Sujar C p c .. - ... icill
Maw Com ft Su( Co s pi - ... in
HawSue.l Colpc .... -.. .... lot,
HlloMHCoCnnopC- ..--.-. ... I Ji
MonRTh L Cu6pc. . ,., icSi-i
Katitiku Plant Co 6 p c . I,
O.huNfc LOiopc ... ... in lr
Oahu Sural C06 pc . . ... 1
UlaaSuralOiijpc.. .m- ,,, I
Pionaci Mill Co o p c w ,-.. tviM'
Waialua Atilc Co 6 p c- ,.. ... I tto
I McaUyl ... . ... I loo
Bales Between lloanls: 10 Klliel, 'J;
CO llonokaa. 2.V2Vy .IS Wtilalun,
)i'8.r,U. Session: ZTi Kra, $25.7."; S
,Onhu Bugnr Co.. $115: 10 Mcllrydp,
$r,.7G; GO Oahu Sugar' Co., $111; S Oaliu
bugur t.o., fui.
Latest ougar quotation, 4 cants, or
$0. a ton.
LONDON BEETS, 9s- 4 1-2(1
Tiiislen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
exorbitant figure demanded by the
Honolulu, Oct. Ut. TJio V, S. S. Wis
cousin Is due hcio nt S:21 n. in. nuxt
Tuesday, October 2, 100B.
Tho first laud seen since having left
Japan, was Nlhoa or Dlrd Island, sight
ed off tho bttrhoard b.uw this morning
nt fi oclock. Kuuai will be In sight
Tho proceeds of the performance in
Honolulu, given by tho W. D. C: will
bo devoted to sonic worthy charity,
I ljrontz advises us of a wireless from
tho postmaster In Honolulu to tho of-
lect that thero are 23 bags of mail wnlt-
1 lug fur us there.
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STOCKS' IN SAN FKAINCISCO
Sojit. 28. Tho quuta-
011 thu san l'Tuii'
, oG-3i 87
Hutchinson S. IV u. ...... 1GH
Union Sugar I'J',4
do pool I'J'.k
Kales $1000' Haw. Com. Ss, $107.25;
50 llonokun, $13.25; 50 Honolulu, 113.25;
15 llulch. H. P., $15.50! 25 Mnkawcll,
well $3(1.50; 320 Mukawell, $30.50; 71
Onomca, $11; 20 Onomcn, $10.75; 10
Onnuica, $10.50; 10 Onomca, $10.25; 130
Ononiea. $10: 110 Paauhau, $18.12,
Tho Heroiilor says: Sugar slock J
wcro liirociilnr In ityiunathy with a low'
cr-mw .sugar nutrKCL. iu ,jew vors..
Onomcn. which last week led tho dlvl
clou with rapid advances, Is now de-1 ,,ud, afterward will crulio In tho F.ubt
dining from day to day as sharply aiorn wa'tei'' between Japan nud China.
It went tin. Toduv tho block told (loM II
to $10. A total of 210 shares were trad- i
rd at $10 to $11, illonokua sold weaker,
at $13.25. Mukawell cold at $36.50,
Paauhau at ?U,1-VS nuu ituicmnson at
An appeal from .tho decision of the
District Court In thd case of James A,
Dovso vs. I.oid,,& Reiser, has been filed
In tho Circuit Court. ' Tho lower court
granted tho nlalntlfl ,n .verdict of $"',
damages on account of 'Injuries said to
havo been unstained by the running ol
gravel trains past his residence.
"For Rent" cards 'o'n 'sale
LOCAL AND iENERAL
Sometime or another you have sav
ed some money because you happened
to read a Bulletin ad. Wouldn't It be
a good plan to happen to read the ade. '
every day 7 '
Register or lose your vote.
Scissors, saws, sharpened. Webb's.
White steam anion. Mockyds stable.
Registration closes on the 9th of
Mrs. S. P. Dunbar nrrlved today fiom
Miss V. U. Mnkco came In today from
Miss A. Johnson anlvcd from Knhu
II, Flinch and wife returned today
Miss Mntlicr cnniu In. ou the Claud
Ino from Kahulul.
Miss M. l.ymont arrived on the
Cluudlnc from Kahulul.
Jus. II. ONell was a passenger 0:1
Iho Claudluc from Knhulul.
A notlro to members of the Com
mcrclal Club Is published In this lasuc
Dr. P. O. Seller ntnl wife came from
llllo this morning on tho Claudluc.
Thu French bark Dulfon Is etlll !)
Ing outside tho harbor walling far ord
Deputy U. S. Marshal Tcmplo leaves
this evening for Kuuai on government
8. WcliiUhclmcr and W. It. Crozler
came from Lahalua today oil the
Neatly furnished ruoms nt tho Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1213
Hawaiian hulgo mevtx at the Mason
ic Tcmplo tomorrow evening' for work
In tho Ilrst degree.
J. F, Diir.ui has bought control of A
l.lbertiul, of which tin U the. t-dllur, aim
wilt chance lis policy.
Tho tug Leslie llaldwln came In -p.
tcrday from Kahulul, Sho will be over
hauled on the marine rullwny.
Tho Department il Forestry Is In
icttlgatliip; the Wnlanao foiejt reserve
for the piiii.otc of reforesting It.
The rlcnt.isr Ko A 11 Hon railed for
Kauai last iiljjht with 11 eaigo of cx
pUulvc:. xNu :ias.ii-ngers wcro taken.
Chairman S. !". Chllllngworlh or t!ir.
Ilonrtl of Registration held nn extra
i.rsnlon from 11 n. in. to 2 p. m. today.
Tho captain anil olllcere of tho ltn
pcrlal trnlnlni; ship Anegnwa will give
an "at homo" Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
Tho loss enured by tho lira in tho
Kekiihn mill Is estimated ut $IU.0im.
Five thousand bags of sugar were dam
aged. Tho dretlgor Paclllc snllcd Inst night
ul S:20 for San Frunelsco. Hha Is ex
pected to arrive thero In about ten
Tho suit of the Iluv.-nllaii Oftlro Spec
ially Co. vs. W. II: Crawford was dis
continued this morning In the Circuit
Piesidcut Plnkhnm of the Hoard ol
Health is expected lo return from tlu
wall tomorrow. Ho has been absent
Whitney, j& -Mam)) nro making din
surpassed shuwlngs In new goods. The
laces nntl trimmings nro absolutely tha
cry flncat ever Imported.
An appeal from the decision of the
District Cotilt in the case of A. It. Illndt
vs. James' M. Monsnrrat was filed nt
the courthouse, this morning.
It Is reported that tho work on the
.KiKilau railway is progressing well.
Grading linu been done us fur as I'll
i.aluu, while rails havo been laid as
far ns Hnuuln,
Tho Japanese training ship Aiirgnwu'
Is to leavo next Monday for llllo to ic
main about thrco days. Sho will then
return to Honolulu to stuy until time
to return to Jupan.
In Judge' Lindsay's court this morn
ing tho case of llruco Carlwrlght vs.
tho Territory of Hawaii was stricken
from tho calendar, u Judgment having
been entered In August, 1905.
Robert Kamchamcha Aylctt, tho 9-ycur-cid
son of It. W. Ayletl, who is
now on tho mainland with tho band,
fell from it tree nt Mnklkl street yes
terday nnd was Instantly killed, liU
tkiilt being crushod. The funeral will
lako place today from tho Aylctt home.
ou llerctanla avenue.
Tlio fisheries ruses of Mary Lucas
mid (ItiElan Ho.ncrt vs. tho Territory
bpforo Judgo Lindsay this morning
were continued till tomorrow morning
for trial. Iloth rasos nro based on re
mittitur. I10111 the United States Su
Tho following nomination papers
have been filed with Chief Clerk Huck
and:l For Senator, W. O. Smith. L. I
McCuudlcss, of Honolulu; Jnmes D.
Lewi of llllo. For Representative:
David Walaii. Second District; O. F.
Alfonso, First District; Simon A. Ka
huna, Flrtt District.
The ladles of l-i-nhl Chapter No. ''.
O, i:. fi will have n clearance salo ol
lancy nrtlclcs Saturday of this week
In tho vacant store of tho Masonlo
Iluildlng, Alakea St., beginning at 10
a. 111. These gooilB will bo soiu at your
own prices. Light refreshments wilt
bo served during the day.
Tho Anegnwa la duo at Saselm No
- 1 vembor 5. Theneo hho goo3 to Korea
Armln Huncbcrg, administrator of
tho estato of L. Ahto, dcceu&cd, hns
filed his Inventory of tho cstnto, which
shows that tha assets amount to $31,-
778.97 nnd tho liabilities to $50,0S1
Students of ancient history will find
un Interesting picture on pagu 2 of
this Issuo whero come of tho passtlmoa
pt our forefathers aro Illustrated In
days long alnro past, nui when people
were not In tho habit of overdressing.
Their frugal habltB, and slinplo waya
of enjoying themselves will appeal to
all lovers of untiira and Its unadulter
ated productions, Messrs Hoffschlaegcr
Co., Ltd., firo,hi possession of tho orig
inal picture- us well us the main sub
ject illustrated ou psgo2.
IJf you have been thinking about
saving up for Christmas why j
don't you get a start by .
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We have many beautiful ciicjokc
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W are always Ih tho lead for Pur
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Prompt attention to orders and quick
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tion. If you want pure llquorn
for heme uso wo will supply
your favorite brand on short
Whiskeys wines, beers and
liqueurs by tho bottle at our
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