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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906.
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HJNULULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 30. 1906.
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A Sample of the
"DOMBY" Russia Blucher
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Before housecleaning treat
your kitchen to a
Then, when you do clean, you'll have
the satisfaction of knowing there will
be no dust, no ashes, no coal, no kind
lings, to make It untidy.
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Gas-Ranges and Water Heaters
told by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
DENEFIT PROVE9 A
The Lusltana Athletic Club Inst even
ing it the Orpheum presented a rol
licking play entitled "Tbo Cheerful
Liar," to a big and appreciative audi
ince, for the benefit of the Kona Or
phanago and Itself.
The production was a success and
furnished all the entertainment prom
ised and conslderablo more for good
measure. The boys of tbo Lusltana
Club, and the ladlcr and professional
actors wno helped mem, aid well in
deed as any on who was present will
Meters. Henry Aucrbach and Rupert
Drum, late of the Uuhler company of
players, furnished unlimited amuse
ment. Drum played the title role to
perfection and Aucrbach did a female
Henry ticlrra, as the constable, wns
immense, having a broguo and expres
sion and action that were howllngly
successful. M. S. Duponte made a good
General Uoomcr of Chicago and Joseph
Pesuiia was quite cffvctlvo as the gold,
cure practitioner. C. M. Bcttcncourt
was a Ryitlstactory lover and Nina Gard
ner, the one he loves, was at her best.
Miss Achenbach was a very dainty
Joe Medclros deserves much credit
for tho general get-up of the produc
tion. Seldom docs fun come In such
a bunch as it camo in "The Cheerful
The Llnltana Club deserves all It
made and much more.
tressed the audience Just beforo tho
last net and, In a neat speech, thanked
the public ror its patronage.
TOO MUCH MARRIED
NAMB OP STOCK
C Bmm At Co ...
twt riantation .o ....
Hawaiian Artlctiimr J Co
Haw Com St Socar CO.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Hoawntf Surar Co
Haiku 5tt Co
Kahubu ItantalkMl Co
Klbol Plantation Co LH
Klpahultl 50f ar CO .
Koto Sorof Co
Carta Swear Co
Ooomaa Svf ar Co
Pokala Socar Plant Co
Otaa SiKl Co ltd
Paaohaii Sar PlaotOo
Pala Plantation Co
fpaalwo Sorar Co .
Ploflaff Mill La
WalhikuSuur Co Sci
vajnanan auar uM
lnir-ltlaivl Steam N Col
Hawaiian DoctrK Co -
Hon R T at L Co Com
Oahu K L Co 7A
Hllo Rallroai Co
lion. U.M. Go
Haw Ttrt'l 4H0.C..
Haw Gov 1 p c
Haiku SiATar Co (J
Haw Com ft Sat Co I M
naw sugar .o op c ...
Hllo RK Co Cone pc
Karibku Plant Csbbc
uanoaufar 1.00 pc
Otaa Sucar Co 6 p c.
Pala Plant Co
Ptonaar Mill Co 6 B e
,.,.. ,. 1 Waniua Attic Co p c
Medclros nd-Mrt)rrJ. ..--1
IJ 1-S J 1-1
67 Mil l-f
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Sales Uetnccn Hoards. 129 Olnn. ?3;
S3 Olaa, 3; 23 Olaa. $3; 12000 O. H. &
U Co. Cs, $101.75; 120 Honoknn. ol2.r,0.
Sosslon: 37 I'ionccr, S110; 100 Kwn,
$23.8714: 20 Kwa, $23.8714: 100 Ewa,
S23.C0; 10 Ewa, $23.30; 1 Kwa, $23X0;
40 i;wn, $:3.&o; 45 Uwn, $23.50; 5 Bin,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.50 cents or
$70.00 per ton.
A Hawaiian couple was arrested this $23.50.
micrnuon vy .-iiursnai iicnury on n
charge of adultery, which may, how
ever, subsequently be changed to one of
bigamy. It nppcars'thut although the
couple Is legally married the man hat
n wife living at the settlement on Mo
loknl, while the woman has a husband
living, from whom sho has not been
divorced. The namo of the man Is M..
kuahl, while tho woman's Is MalelM
1 a obi a
In Russia It Is unlawful to give kisses
In nubile. A kiss on. the stnct Is nen-
ollzcd by a fine of $3.75. and on a'strctt Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
car by a One of $5.25. Declaration of change.
love on a nostnl earil renders tho scnil-' LOANS NEaOTIATEtVi
er llablo to a fine of $2.60. " '.12 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 2.
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 41-2(1
Thlelen & Williamson
8TOCK AND DOND DROKER8.
The New Policies of
THE MUTUAL LIFE
OF NEW YORK
Have been carefully drawn so at to avoid as far as possible the uie of
unnecessary technical terms. The agreements and privileges are
clearly and precisely stated, an4 the contract may be easily under
stood by Its possessor. it'.l'i,H:lM M.), .. t1 '.
They are the best of life Iniuronce' contracts and are Issued by
.the DE8T of all the companies In the world.
LIMITED PAYMENT LIFE POLICY.
By the terms of this contract the amount of the Insurance Is pay
able jpon the death of the Insu-ed, and the premiums are payable
during a limited number of yea-s twenty, fifteen or ten years.
The Limited Payment Life Policy Is In many respects and for a
large class of Insurers a most deilrabte contract, providing as It does
. that the premiums shall all be paid In the early and nroductlve years
of life, thus the policy becomes fully paid-up fbr the whole amount In
a fixed number of years, Dlvld'nds are payable annually, or at the
nd of 5, 10, 15 or 20 years.
MOW'MUCH WILL IT COST7
Between the ages of 25 and SI years, Inclusive, six to seven
cents a day will be the "first cot." of 1000 good life Insurance. .
Between the ages of 32 and 53 years, seven to fifteen cents a day.
Between the ages of 53 and 55 years, sixteen to twenty-nine cents
Is there any healthy man or woman In America at work for
wages who can not afford this "first costv of a good $1000 policy In
the best and strongest company en earth 7
A little self-denial In small things pleasant things, perhaps, but
unnecessary things -will pay ths hill easily;.
Different forms"of policies cost various prices.
OUR TWENTY-YEAR DISTRIBUTION POLICY on continuous
life and limited payment plans affords the maximum of security at
he minimum of cost;
OUR GUARANTEED INCOME POLICY provides a guaranteed In.
come, secure Investment, and absolute protection;
OUR ENDOWMENT POLICY provides certain guaranteed
sum, payable with profits at a Nxed time;
OUR 4 AND 5 PER CENT. BONDS furnish the best and most
effective forms of Indemnity snd xed annual Income to survivors;
OUR COrJ-TINUOUB INSTALMENT POLICY so adjusts the pay
ment of the amount Insured as t create a fixed Income during the life
of the beneficiary;
OUR ANNUITY POLICIES offer an excellent opportunity for per.
sons to obtain a hlah rate of Iniercet on their capital for the remain
der of life; an Income safe bey.nd mishap. This form of Investment
Is particularly recommended to those who desire to make provision
for declining years, and to bs free from business earss.
We have price 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 ws can surjgest- the policy best suited to your
Rates and guarantees cheerfully furnished on application.
You buy or Mil stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the beat 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 which nedds the attention of active,
See Tiiielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT TJtlROUaH WITH A RUSH.
TEU MAIN 21. .812 FORT ST.
HE HAD SPECULATED.
"Did youte over spooalato on Wall streotf"
"Yes. I utter stand around tho Stock Exchange an' wondar whoro my ntxl
neal wuz comln' from."
LOCAL AND GENERAL '
Autos for hire at Ter Stables.
The cruisers Cambrian and Flora sail
Sunday for the West Coast.
After skating, tako homo an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cole.
YOU SHOULD READ
Order a nlco broiler, fresh lslatiJ
beef and veal at Raymond Ranch Mar
ket, telephone 464. .
The schooner Mctha Nelson, In bal
last, tailed for Mahukona this morning
whero she will load sugar for San Fran
Deputy Drako of tho Internal Ror
triuo oince has been appointed chief
deputy, to suciced Harry Coutcns, re
signed. Wo keep In stock a splendid variety
of varnishes nt all prices and each the
best In Us particular class. Ixjwcrs &
Hook lovers are urged to call at wm.
C. Lyon Co., I,td., and see the fine new
sets of standard works that havo just
The steamer Nllliau, from Kona with
61 head of cattle, arrived yesterday and
will sail for Kauat with a cargo of coal
Judgo Lindsay Is still hearing tho as
sumprlt case of Walilua Agricultural
Co., tLd., s. O. R. & U Co., Ltd. Jury
has been waived.
A bark, though to be the Poctolux,
bound from Newcastle to Honolulu, whs
sighted oft tho Islands by tho bark
Kalulanl last Tcusday.
The damago suit against tho schoon
er Concord by a Japanese fisherman,
whoio. sampan was run down, Is still
belns tried before Judgo Dole.
Jubilee Incubators, Tho buslnctl
machine. Hot wnlcr system, not hot
air. Sco them before buying. M. V.
McCliesncy & Son's, Ltd., agents, Queen
The Kltohiina Art Leacuo Invites ttiu
public to Its rooms In the Alexander
Young lluildliig this afternoon from 1
to 5 and tomorrow from 9 Co 5, to view
the sketches nnd I-astcr souvenirs thcio
Tho closing of tenders for tho dredg
ing of ono half of tha Kllauea slip,
which was to havo closed at noon to
day, has been postponed. It Is reported
thnt several contractors interested in
tho matter object U) this.
Leahl Chapter No. 2, Order of East
ern Star, will glvo a card party this
evening nt Masonic Temple, In celebra
tion of Its fifty anniversary. Lcl Aloha
Chapter No. 3 and all members of tbc
order nro cordially Invited to attend.
The Toyo Klscn liner America Maru
was sighted' olT Harbor's point about
1 o'clock this afternoon and Is nbout to
dock ns tho paper goes to press. Sua
will doubtless get away for San Fran
cisco tonight or early tomorrow inorn
lut.'. The' shin Edward Scwall yesterday
was Incorrectly reported as arrived ut
Uatnvla en route to Honolulu, it
should rend tho Arthur Scwall, as tho
Edward Bewail sailed from Honolulu a
few weeks ago with sugar for New
Martlnclll's apple elder Is warranted
to be pure npplo Juice, roado from I'a-J
Jaro valley apples. The uso of this
puro elder has given satisfactory re
sults ns n prevention and a cure of
smallpox, Hoffschlacgcr Co., Ltd.,,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Today Is pay day for County cm
iloyes and tho usual line presents itself
at the olllco of County Trciuurcr Trent,
wherein Is also stationed n polite rcp-i
tcscntatlvo of tho tax oince to whom I
employes, as they rccclvo their wages,!
turn over tax? due. On tho door of
the office appear signs ndvlsliig tux de
linquents lo settle, I
Inasmuch is tha Sun Kranelrro ,
ChamLcr of Comment! right royally en
tertained tho Huwull refund delegation
and Micro nro now In this city certain !
prominent San Francisco business men, '
tho commercial bodies here, it is said,
a ro likely lo Imdltute some appropriate
iiKitim o( making them tho victims or
their roclpi ncal feelings.
"They wcro nil brigs in those days,"
said Captain Cluncy who presided at
tho waterfront Ananias cluu this morn
ing, "and up to 1S90 they had carried
u great deal of tho freight to and from
tho Islands. Hut now everything Is
changed nnd tho big tramps are carry-'
ing nil tho tralllc. Hut thoy don I leavA
tho money In port thnt tho old-fiisu-limed
brigs did, no, slrcot"
The United Slates Shipping Commis
sioner's oITU'0 on Queen street will soon
bo possessed of line interior fittings
equal to nny In the city. Somo beauti
ful desks, rails, benches, a new type
writer and many other articles are on
tho way fiom the Department of Com
merce nnd I-nl.or at Washington nnd
tho genial Commissioner, Norman Wat
kins, Is anticipating Its early arrival.
Thoro was u littlo fracas down ut
Inter-Island wharf this morning be
tween 'ono of tho deck hands of tho
Man mi I-"i and a Chinese, huckster who
was trying to get more tnan his share
of attention In securing some oranges
whlrli had arrived on the Kona steam
er. Tho result was that the Chinaman
was taken lo tho hospital with a bad
head, caused by collision with the hard
concrete floor of tho wharf.
Is a home product that would be a credit to any city on the main
land. Its name and Its fame have been noised abroad by virtue of
Its superlative excellence and Its never-varying quality. It Is an
Ideal drink for the moist and doubtful springtime, on account of
Its remarkable tonic properties.
I Jewelry of every description.
' Wc do it in a careful, jwiiiitaking and
We ia:e a sijccialty of repairing fine
If your costly timepiece is out of order
bring it to lis and wc will treat it skill-
lully and scientifically lor you.
M D r.TiITWT'Irri ill
H IVl WVfi-l I 1IV
fJ, atltci oniil fr CO ajf
,,1 'i 'Viiiii "iiium ai iti l,
Cooks who have used It can be per
suaded to' use no other. It has been
the standard of quality In Honolulu
for over a quarter of a century.
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
A new stock of Writing Tablets and
Papeterles, Including Eaton-Hurlbut's
Highland Linen Tablets In the new
extra long size which only requires to
be folded once each way to fit Into an
ordlrary oblong envelope.
We have also tho celebrated Eaton
Hurlbut -Twotone Line Tablets In
white and blue, with envelopes to
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
RICrARD HUDNUT PREPARATIONS
TO FURNISH THE TOILET TABLE
' Toilet Water
Eau de Quinine
Colorless, for tho hair
Marvelous Cold Cream
For the skin
Violet Almond Meal
For tbo skin
Concrete Tincture Benzoin
For the skin
Extreme Violet Talcum
For tho skin
For the finger nails
Pure Olive Oil Soap
The RICHARD HUDNUT PERFUMES
AND TOILET SPECIALTIES ARE
Lewis & Co.,
160-KINO ST, HONOLULU, H. L
8ole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Tbo Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tne news or tno day. For $x a year.
F.lna Job Printing at the Bulletin.
dr, j, t. Mcdonald,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21.1H,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hours?
10-12; 2-4$ 7 8. Residence, The Ale
snder Yoong Hotel, Telephone' Call?
Tho Wcokly Edition of tbo Brenta
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho dax. For SI l"r
W. A. WAN1N
DI8TRICT SUPERINTENDENT, ..OFFICE 932 AND 8J8 FORT 8T.
Tho steamer Manna Loa arrived at
an early hour this morning with sugar
from Kau and Island produce from Ko
na forts. Captain Slmerson reports
two Inches of rain In Hamakua and
the steamers Ileleno and Noeau weath
erbound at Hamakua. The Manna
Loa's cargo consisted of the following:
2000 bags A sugar, 308 bags cofteo,
134 bags awa, 116 bags taro, 60 bun
dles bananas, 61 boxes oranges, 1 keg
butter, 5 bales tobacco, 41 bales hides,
2 horses, 4 calves, 34 head cattle, 24
pigs, 218 packages sundries.
The following sugar Is awaiting ship
ment on Hawaii: llonokaa, 9800; Ku
kulhaole, 4200; Paaubau, 22,000; Honu
The Manna Loa discbarges hor sa
At the Railway wharf the big Ne-
yadan, American-Hawaiian freighter, Is
discharging a general cargo from 8an
Francisco, having arrived shortly aftei
S o'clock this morning. As the Nevadun
left butthreo hours after the Korea
on March 22 ml. she brought no mall
or1 news of a later date. The Nevadan
takes on 1500 tons of sugar, at this port.
sailing on Sunday ailernoon ror nanu
Jut. whero sho will discharge remainder
of hor cargo and complete her cargo
of 5790 tons sugar for San Francisco,
Evenlno Bulletin 754 per month.
gar at tho Railway wharf and returns
to lcoward Hawaii porta next Friday
Tho San Francisco Merchants' Asso
ciation has addressed Governor Pur
dee of California, asking him to ap
point a committee to tako In hand the.
collection of'subscnptlons for a silver
service to bo presented by tho people
of tho Btato to tho cruiser California,
which will be ready to go Into commis
sion In a few months.
Callfornlans In Hawaii havo been
written and asked to Join In contrib
uting for tho silver service; at least
that Is the Inference, slnco Natlvo
Son of California hare received cir
cular letters drawing attention to tho
According to a recent official report
the cattle of Somatlland are fattened
on data stones, and milch animals fed
on such a diet are said to produce bet
ter and moro copious milk than others.
R.( & Q. COR8ETS, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day.'
LINEN LAWN8, a nice assortment, "Very Oood Values."
INDIA LINENS, good purchase.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells Itself.
HOSE, ladles' and children's, what you, require. '
0 ALSO 0
RIBBONS, Damask Satins etc. etcv
EL W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
Jl 37 Fort Street
Ow'lng to a change In the price oc
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices fist
future will be as follows: No. 1, $t Jt'j
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.?.
No. 3, 52-05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, ftLSsU
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to thai
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior,
to any other aand.
Lord & Belser