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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. TUE3DAY, MARCH 2T. 1906.
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Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLDLD, March 27. 1906.
NAME OF STOCr
C Brtwtr ft Co
Ewm Fianianon v-o .y
Hawaiian Aplcullul J Co
Haw Com ft Surar Co. .1
Hawaiian Surar Co
Hononu aufar uo(
The story of Hawaii's moving vol
cano Is movlns over the mnlnland at
a rate (aster than the volcano Itself
would ever dare to move. The account J Honoa SutyCo
. ln. !.. Il.l.mAiimnii ,l lino ItiAlt H.llrU Su.ir Ld.
....." initu..iii j . v .. , ir.hk ui.nuilon Co.
lotting ncrscii suue out oi me uounus gihi nantation Co m
jg'ol a private estate, during the years, is Kipanuiu Sm ar Co
JsEjtold In several hundred newspapers In J McflrVSSoS
ino Biaics uy iuib wue, iiuviug uvvn i Gahu bottf Co ..
"syndicated." I Onoawa Sural Co...
Ladies, save your
and cook by Gas no heat,
no dirt, like the ordinary
stove. Call and see the best
makes at the Gas Company's
office in the
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLD6.
I Onon 5uff Co.,., .
Secretary II. P. Wood of the Hawaii Jff1"?"! !!'
Promotion Committee In In rcceltit of ohhu
n Lunch of clippings on the subject and . E",u.V2?VI.m",c
a.... ... .... . , nt.. ...... ..ul Pacist ausar mih
liieiu niu iuuiv tu luuii;. iuv dcuciui; i p4a Plantation t.0 ...
Is connecting with press-clipping bu-!PptMSa.iCo .
rcaus. bo as to keep tab on what con- waufl.ApiJiKSaTco
lincuiui nvn simpers aim uiufiuziue s wallukil Mifc-ai jn ...
bout Hawaii I WalluKii Sural Co Scr
"Agricultural Possibilities of Ha- :,Tn MmlK' !"
vall," tho pamphlet prepared by Jnrcdl MISCELLANEOUS
Smith, director of the U. 3. AgrlcuI-f,u;;;i.lV,,sc,,""c.
tural Kxnerlment Station In Hawaii. 13 iiuiitTft LCoPid....
Mlort I.Alnra tnn.t. nn.li.A.1 l.v IhA m nl n. 1 Hon R T ft L Co Con .
lalld press. Omaha and Missouri news- oJta It"? cJISLT
papers received In the last mall, con-' mm Ranroaa co ,i,
tain generous reviews of the handy"0""-,
booklet, and editorial comment wcl-.HawT.iinc Fin CI
comes to those States, tho knowledge HawT.f4Kpe.
of Hawaii's possibilities. XZ.if' '
"Irrigation." a magazine of Denver. Cftll.Soe.A Co. ep.c.
Colo., has nn article in Ha Anrll num-,H"'is.'.c?APrr
ii - ii .i...i...,.i ..ii.ii 'n,w!-""5"!-!t
uvi uu ..unui.o uHiuui.uini ifUMiuirinMniru ld.de.i
Secretnry'Wood of the Promotion1 S?"5.Thft55
Committee has, as the result of writing m.u u ft LCo6pc -I
a "slew" of letters to librarians 2t?!!!&iil
Itirniii?). nut thn R Intra n.tfrpiv.Pi. In n.i. n... .
nttttntr thn rnr.1 nf thn llninll Prnmn. Piontar Mill Co 6 B C
. . V " . . . .. ni.i.i..a iiario .
Inn romm Itfno ilanlnvi.il nn 1 lir.lrv ".,"iiiw.r.-
tx.lln.ln l.nrt..!. II. t. n a in.Al.ni1 m,,ii '
UU.IV...1 wwu.ua. ,.u .lo .v.v.,v. ..I...... .
crous letters, also, from librarians. In-. Sales Hctwecn Hoards
vltlng the sending of literature on lla
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53sjsr- A Bulletin want ad. costs
15 per ""e 'or one Insertion,
"" IJOd ,lne 'or one vveek-a
4- line is about six words big. An
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may
easily do a Hundred Dollars'
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natural Justice. Krcar was less In a
position to sit In tho Hlgashl case than
he would be had he been an attorney In
tho case. He had given his opinion In
the matter, which an attorney would
sometimes go into a case knowing that
the question of right was with the
The Court announced after a brief
consultation that the justices agreed
that Krcar was not disqualified In the
Hlgashl case. Tho reason for this de
cision might appear later In writing.
Hartwell stated that In the Notlcy
will case but little argument was had
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I Co.. JDS; 20 O. II. & L. Co., 95; f.
O. It. & L. Co., D5. Session. 25 Olua,
Latest sugar quotation 3.55 cents or
$71. per ton.
SUGAR, 3.55 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 4 .-2d
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND DOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex-
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i Nothing adds so to .domestic comfort as good beer. It i ;
braces a man for the day's work and cheers his hours of rest !
In the bosom of his family, I
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beer. It Is absolutely pure and wonderfully wholesome. Order
a case today.
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OF NEW YORK
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unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, ani the contract may be easily under
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that the premiums shall all be paid In the early and oroductlve years
of life, thus the policy becomes fully paid-up for the whole amount In
fixed number of years. Dlvfflonds are payable annually, or at the
nd of 5, 10, 15 or 20 years.
MOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Between the agea of 25 and 31 years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cod" of $1000 good life Insurance.
Between the ages of 32 and 62 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the agesyof 53 and C5 years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
Is there any healthy man or woman In America at work for
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A little self-denial In smalt things pleasant things, perhaps, but
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for declining years, and to be f'ee from business earea.
We have prices to fit all knwn wants. All we want to know Is
what you want. If you do not know, tell us enough of your condition
and surroundings and we can suggest the policy best suited to your
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You wsnt a loan on sugar securities,
You havercal estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent.
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
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m of iim
the question being practically submit-1
ted. In the stuuy wnicn mo juaui-.-
hud made of that question the Justices
had considered very fully the questions
and considerations presented by Gear
with much force. Tho cllcct of the con
struction of tho act was considered,
but whether as fully as they ought to
be, or would bo in other cases which
mlcht nrlse. Hartwell could not say.
Tho effect of common law and cslab-,
llshcd precedent was not presented lu Peters, Honolulu.
nVKoOeTIHeaM. It wain new sug-! Kfglsakl an.l Hangn , plead guilty
Bcstlon that tho advising of the legls- man.Iuughter first. Will return bat
... .i... i.i .ii.n,,iirt- nml no ilila unlay. Mll, I.UTO.N.
miction had nccr bien'ralsed before,' Hy tho abovo wireless incssaRO ic
It was not anectcu ny an
lion. Tho Court had suld
not dlsquallf), whether the
.l.n li.atl.Aa wt.rn lllfl Mime O
Mi.jli...... -...- !, ..... ,!, .,c,.,.., nf
well tould not state. t ' i.wh" ..v.w . ..vbw..n
Hartwell wound up his remarks with Morltn Klio, who was convicted of
... .....! nimi-n I., iim ifffrl ' niiirflor In thn first duurco n few dais
(II1K UilOOUfiC IUUIVU m uw , w ... ..... -..-. .......... ... .-. .,.- -- .
that U a qucitlon Blmtlar to that In thV ago, for killing a fellow countryman.
Notify caBO ShOUlU nrilO ucioro uiui unvvnuu uau uyi8 iuu iw wuv-nn
tt i.... cni.o a.iiirnma Pnnri had ruled I hn linit henn i.roocutInc In 1 1 lla n rc
on tho matter .he should like to havo It ular march of victory. lla has ton- mnn Mrg S(, (mnK nn , japaCg0
leconsldcred, ' .vlctid bIx men of murder In tho first ttomcll ofi)ieclly "She will bo nt home
Qear and Deputy Attorney General degree, one of murder in tho second l0 rrlcndn on Tuesdays. She will be
Pmsser then went on to argue tne poiiu iicKieo, nnu to incse no now auus mu
'ot roltdemcanor prisoners being con
fined In tho Honolulu jail, wmcu ib
nrartlc.illi- a nart of the Oahu Prison,
which was raised In the Hlgashl case.
ww nt-An. - DCTAn J.
IUUU rcuri. nt.rw .
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Autos for hire at Tcr Stables. '
The Honolulu Times Is out for April.
Alter skating, tako homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe; l
Lutted's Taro Hour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co., and C. J. Day & Co.
The Oceanic liner Alameda sails for
San Francisco ut lo o'clock tomorrow
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. 1, J 1.60 and 2 per weak. 1213
County .Supervisors meet tonight at
7:. 10. March bills and April estimates
will be considered.
Tho United States naval transport
I-iwton sails from San Kranclsco for
Honolulu next week.
Kresh Kahlklnul beef, vounc veal and
'Island chickens will arrlvo by tbo Kl-
uau for tho Raymond Itanch Market,
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling and
preservattvo properties. California
Feed Co.. acenta.
Remember Dr. Kmlly Nolilo Friday!
tilght at S o'clock nt tho Y. .M. U. A.
and Prof. Knal's orchestra nnd soloii.
Oymnattlc exhibition on bar.
Tho U. S. transport Thomas sailed
from San Francisco for Honolulu yes
terday, en route to Manila. Tho Sher
man was dt'O to sail tho samo day from
Manila for this port
Lumber laden, the bark S. C. Allen
locked at Allen & Iloblnson's whuif
hue last evening with u cargo of nor'
west lumber The Allen has been
chartered to load sugar for San Fran
cisco. Tho schooner Mary, n. Fostpr Is on
the Marino Hallway having a new rud
der attached. As soon as finished alio
will re-load her San Francisco cargo of
sugar and depart for the coast.
President Hoosovclt says that tho
Grand Canyon of Arizona Is "The ono
great sight every American should sec."
Dr. r.mlly Noble, who has tho most ex
quisite colored pictures of tho above.
Mill lecture nt Y. M. C. A. hall Friday!
evening nt 8.' Admission SOc. IlcncDt
of Y. M. C. A.
Tha cruiser Cambrian will finish
coaling about tomorrow nnd tho Flora,
which has been lying In tho stream,
will tnko her berth at Navy wharf. Tho
llangaloro, which has also been nt tho
wn Navy wharf discharging coal, will
probably finish today and move to
Hackfcld wharf, whero she will take on
sugar fur Now York. I
In preparation for tho dredging of
Maullola quarantine Island, tho vessels I
James Makco, Kcllpso nnd Morning'
Star will bo compelled to leave their I
anchorage there and go further up
stream for moorings. Wood cylinders
for holding the concrete for tho piles
for tha now quarantlno wharf are bo-l
Ing constructed on tho Esplanade near .
Wlldcr'a wharf, I
Mrs. O. II. Hugg, whoso sad death In
Konn has already been noted, passed
away Tuesday afternoon, She was con
scious till the last nnd sought to keep
up. knowing her husband was on tho
way to her bedside. Tho body was
burlcil In Konn. Mrs. Rugg was before '
her marriage a teacher at Kawalahao
Seminary She recently under ent ? TT A TVT A TT A XT
serious operation which seemed to bo J1 fV jLLr.l N
successful. Sho leaves two smalt .
The ship Emily F. Whitney sails for
Maknwcll tomorrow, whero sho will
illcehargo tho remainder of her cargo
fit-ill I in. I sititrnto ffin unn Pvnimla. fnn
inln Ooodnun laughingly denies helm; re m0,t d'-'ohtful little musical In-
B.IWIIIt.llO iiu iuns MUIIIIIMUIO .wu..'
d In which they were
Jewelry of every description.
Wc do it in n careful, painstaking and
We make a !iceialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece it out of order
hrinj; it to us nnd wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desired. They are fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prices are moderate for such
high-class goods. .
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
RICrARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS:
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
Eau do Quinine
Colorless, for tho hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
For tho skin
Violet Almond Meal
For tho skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin
J-'or tho skin
Extreme Violet Talcum
For tho skin
For the finger nails,
For Shampoo ,
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE
Lewis & Co.,
189 KING ST, HONOLULU, H. t.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
laC.i.ll'Y or iiP.ni in ilnn itop nf nlihiuriMit
,r.l.l lf illni-niiv ilnnurnl I'ninra I" " . " - i il. I..
that It did this morning Deputy Attorney Ge,ornl J " .l d' "" E" . ' ' 'r' made.
reasons oi , iut cnon nnnounrco ' FraneJsro. Paul Neumann n son of the We haVe
r not Hart-1 won on tho Hllo battlefield. I'Uglsnkl .,,. ,..,. Vr,. , .. .....,.. . w.rfl
I list V UMnillU 111, II 1)1411 SJ1 ttll I 1 (ltti,laf I. ir. "-!" . wa.
them In a variety of hand
i and every one Is guaran-
a brother of tho famous Paul Neumann teed to be perfect in tone,
of Honolulu, who died somo years ago. Ukuleles are easy to learn and play
Miss llltint will sail on tho 8, S. SI- and may be made the means of passing
bcrla April Hth for Japan. In tho many p,,ant hour,
meantlma she Is nt tho Jnpaueso Home,,, -
ium Aiupai. ami nun lliu lllblo wo-
W. A. WANN
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 938 FORT ST.
two nboto gentleman, who plead entity
to first dcgico manslaughter, probably
deteired from taking tho chances of a
trial by tho terrible record mado by
KnnsnH City. Mo., Jan. 23. William
Allen Whllo of Kansas, tho author and
editor of tho Emporia Gazctlo; Miss
Emma M. Tarbell of New York and
Professor Martin 0. llrambaug of tho
Untvcrxlty of Pennsylvania were tho
guests of honor hero tonight and do
llvored nddrossrs nt tho monthly din
ner ol tbo Knlfo anil Fork Club.
Miss Tarbell spoke on "Commercial
Machlnvcllsm," dealing with Standard
Oil and other subjects.
Whlto made n characteristic talk on
"Tho Present Social and Political
Movement," and said:
Tho fight for the recognition of
A large and fashionable gathering of
ladles wns at tho N. S. Sachs' Dry
floods Co. yesterday and today to ad
mirn ihn nnlnndlil nrrav of trimmed
hats on display for the first time In tho
millinery department, Thnt this Eust-
t-r season has biought foith more In
dividuality and artistic taste in trim
mpii li.ita tlinn anv during the past de
cade wns the consensus uf opinion of (n partnorililp of society Is started
.... I. .11.. ...l.n U.n In tnilMl Willi IllO . '. . ... i.i. .i. .
lui- iutcB .w ni- - unit noncst ciiizvns, uoin ncu unu
Btylcs. The tamous Gages trimmed nr, tIllale,i against tho Ablnc
hats havo n striking Individuality oi c,cc,; of aKgrandlzed capital, which has
their own and have the adantago ot .lfM BB .,rnfe (n iBrnC, and,
po two being alike. A speciaii) is no mutter who began It. nt tho close
uy tne &acns v.u. i of ,ha conte,( wc ,nilt hear Ablmeledi
glad to forward any amount to the
famine suffcicrs of Japnn Mrs. Wm.
,. ilowrn, llevs. Thwlng nnd Parker
am her nudltors, Upon her urrlvnl In J
Jnpan will be glad to write to donors
or tho conditions there,
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDINQ STORE.
WHO'S THE LIAR
Tha Weokly IMItlon of tho Dvenlng
Dullctin gives a complcto summary of
tho news of tbo day. For SI V"'
pint Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Owing to a change In th price ol
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices Im
future will be as follows: No. 1, $t.UH
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.; .
No. 3, $2X5 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 11.804
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced U
practically the price of whits tavneV.
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24.
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours)!
10-12; 2-4 7 8. Residence, The Alsx.
snder YoOng Hotel, Telephone Call
Tho Weokly Edition of the Evening
Dullctin gives a complcto summary ot
the nows of tbo day. For SI. a 'year.
Notwithstanding tho fact lint ilu!
"Clioerrul Mar" Is going his daily
roiiiiis pl.nut town making his ac
qtrilutanto with tho cosmopolitan pop
ulace of the city, ho very heroically
and with a moral tnno, refrains from
nutting n bad example In tha public
thotcughfnro. Ho would like, howev
er, to net In keeping with his nature,
but fears tho consequences.
Who Is this fellow, anyway? Wo
havo mot thousands but none to cqunl
the ono to ho met at tho Orphciim on
tho night of tho 29lhtlnst. Ills falsifi
cations arc so Innocent, and bo devoid
of tho mallco that bo often "brings the
ordinary "Mar" to misfortune, that It Is
a shamo that ho bh6uld meet his Wa
terloo In tho finale, It Is so, novertho-
mnilA nt llipan hats
Il.av ftvnmnllfv thn verv latest In StylO . i.i ... ,..... Dfi l,n iinnA.
In the mnlnland fashion centers, While Mftl0e na' Ml h,B i;ca(, Iind broken! '"s! pu,lt llls friends will como to his
,, hnt. nr n,i.l In treatment tha ' .,, ... . ..?" ".....i .i km 'h,.i . aid, for ovcryono likes "A Cheerful
shapes do not run to freakish ex- n)en may nol Bn.. a woman slew me."
tremes and every one Is In the best or , ..Wthoul for n moment desiring lo
taste. The styles depend more on b(J captou,. uthout wishing to make
shapes this season than on trlmmlngi .. unl,ieaant comparison, one Is con-
nnd the beauty Is brought out largely; gtrnlncil to tt0nder If Ablmelcch did
by the graceful curves and folds of the
straw. Whllo the trimmings are sim
ple they are absolutely new ami aro
rendered exquisite by the delicacy ot
the new shades of coloring. The open
ing continues tomorrow and every lady
Is Invited to attend. No one should miss
Liar," Judging hy the way that tho
tickets are being disposed of, It Is safo
to say that that mirthful entertainer
"Tho Cheerful Liar" will bo accorded
tho rccc ptlon he deserves. Do not for
get to hustle to the box office of tho
Orpbeum theater betwen 9 a. m. and
5 p. m, tomorrow and Thursday,
the peanut vender be removed, In oo
far ns that difference Is the result of
not nick out Mr. II. H. Rogers as his
neadly armor bearer and to wonder
turther If tho sarcasm which he flour
ished at Missouri's Attorney General
may uot be Ihc blade by which Ablm
elech shall die "
Ho continued- "What the present
moment demands Is not that Mr, Rog-.Rogors' enjoyment of legal privileges
ers and tho owner of tho rorner pea- and Immunities which the peanut man
nut stand be put on an Industrial level,1 does not enjoy."
but that Mr. Rogers uo maue to respect
It Is tho man who gets the biggest
Win that wants the whole aonle.
Few people make their marks In the the law and that the absurdly dlspro-
world with an Indelible pencil.
R. i. Q. CORSETS, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWNS, a nice assortment, "Very Good Values."
INDIA LINENS, good purchaie.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells Itself.
HOSE, ladjes' and children's, what you require.
e ALSO o
RIBBONS, Damask Satins etc. etc.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
1137 Fort Street
r Fine Jsb Prlntino at tha Bui-
porttonate difference between him aud I UPnofflce,
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-k. 'i.JtA-V. it