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LAWS 1 mKamm The JVcib HUDSON "37" Touring Car-5 Passenger
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'THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS.'
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday, De ember 1..
Its world-wide use attests its merit.
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It is the Table Water of Royalty, Princes
. and our own Sovereign People.
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HIS WAY HERE
'Believed to be on his way to the j
HaTsiu Islands awl to the Tar IOat
on a mission that will have much to j
do with the labor hituatiou. a high!
official I:i the Mexican government, -j
and member of the diplomatic corps, j
ia( reported Us-a passenger in the Jap-
aneio strainer Kiyo Maru that in to!
.nrrlvo at Honolulu on or about noon
tomorrow, from Central and South
i 'Don Luis Pardo, who ranks high
In the executive councils of the re-1
public will in all probability confine
his visit to the Hawaiian Islands, to
I he length of time that his steamer
a thousand tons of nitrates is to be
The Kiyo Maru will be placed in
quarantine immediately upon arrival
oh the jMirt tomorrow. The freighter
is to receive a thorough fumigation
before re in g permitted to come to a
berth at the Hackfeld wliarf. It is
the present intention of Castle --and
Cooke, the local representatives for
t ho vessel to dispatch the Kiyo. Maru
for Japan and China ports on oH about
FAIRWKATHHR To Dr. and Mrs.
Norman Fairweather, a girl baby,
still born. Dec. 8.
There will be a regular meeting of
Waialae, Kaimuki and Palolo Improve
ment Club at Liliuokalani school as
sembly hall, on Thursday evening.
Dec. 19. at 7:30 o'clock. A full at
tendance of the residents f the dis
trict is desired. Business:' General,
club house and election of officers.
We are giving away with every pair of shot's JJj
isold "brfoiy Christmas
Perfeel in lrproduction of a grimim, as a
Christina reincnibrame. No advert ising of any
docriptioii, and it ran be used on your desk for
niatdicH or pins or on a lady's dresser for hair
pins or liair. t
THE CI7TKST jslTT WK KNOW OK.
They yo n itli xIhh orders, too.
M'Inerny's Shoe Store
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KOLOA SUGAR OUTPUT
DIRECT TO MAINLAND
Arrangements have been perfected
between H. Hackfeld & Co., and Al
exander & Baldwin, agents for the
McBryde Sugar Company, whereby
the output of the Koloa plantation,
adjoining the McBryde plantation on
Kauai, will be handled by the Ameri-
J can-Hawaiian Steamship line, the
sugar being loaded on the ocean go
ing vessels at fort Allen. -
The Koloa is a 7,.u0 ton plantation,
and its sugar heretofore has been
bandied by the Inicr-Ioiand vessels.
bringing the tjargo to Honolulu, where
i it was re-shipped on the larger vessels
bound for the Pacific or Atlantic
co?sts. Under the new arrangement
the sugar will be transferred direct
by rail from the plantation mill to
Port. Allen, loaded, on the big ships
and sent direct to the mainland, thus
effecting, a large saving for- the producers.-
Why not. get a
For Christmas. No
home is complete
COYNE FURNITURE CO.
t Bishop Street
DAMIEN COUNCIL ELECTS
Damien Council. No. i".:'.. Y. M. I., at
its- regular meeting held Wednesday
evening last elected the following of
ficers to serve for the next ensuing
term: President. Henry P. O'Sullivan;
1st vice-president, Nicholas K. Hoo
pii; 2nd vice-president. Thomas
Lynch; recording and corresponding
secretary, Alfred J. Thevenin: finan
cial secretary. Eli J. Crawford; treas
urer. Father Valpntin; marshal, Will
iam Perry; inside sentinel. Abraham
F. ('aires; outside sentinel. Manuel
Bote! ho; chaplain. Father Valentin;
executive committee. James J. Sulli
an, William K. Simerson. Albert S.
Downey; medical examiner. Dr.
NEW CHURCH OFFICERS.
Yoit ins unanimously the sentini'-nt
that some radical changes must be
inad' in the present laws relating to
decency and order, the committee ap
pointed by Bishop Itestarick as the
result of the Bijou mass meeting en
Sunday, December 1. held its first
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
parish house, St. Andrew's Cathedral
A temporary organization was formed
with A. Lewis, Jr., and as chairman
and Hi ley H. Allen as secretary, and !
a specinl committee of three on per- 1
tnanent organization was appointed by
Mr. Lewis. The organization commit
tee consists of F. C. Atherton, chair
man, John H. Wise and It. O. Mathe
son. Whether or not the committee -will
provide for a permanent body in Ho
nolulu to take an unofficial but active
interest in law enforcement and parti
cularly to aid in enforcing the laws
relating to crimes against women and
girls, is to be discussed by the spe
cial organization committee and rec
ommendations made to the general
A meeting of the general commit
tee is palled for eight, o'clock next
Tuesday evening at the parish house
at which the report of the organiza
tion committee will be received. Ev
ery member of the committee pres
ent yesterday is. prepared for two
months of hard work, to be ready for
the opening of the legislature so that
amendments to present laws or new
laws may be proposed and backed up
by argument before the legislature or
its committees. Within a few days
there will, be conferences called with
members of the police department,
county and territorial legal depart
ments, with all officers of the law
whose duties bring them into con
tact with conditions the committee is
trying to check, and with social work
ers of all organizations. The idea is
to secure as early as possible definite
data on which to base amendments to
While nothing definite was taken
up yesterday in this line, it i sug
gested that the present curfew law
must either be morec fully and con
sistently enforced or the law streng
thened, and that some plan must be
devised for keeping young girls out
of coffee-saloons and poi-shops when
unaccompanied by parents or guard
ians. Mrs. .1. R. Gait. Mrs. F. W. Macfar
lane and Miss Ida Pope of Kameha
meha schools, who were araong the
members of the committee present
yesterday, are already at work mak
ing investigations of conditions or
plans from data they already have In
It Is probable that the committee
will be 'enlarged, and in particular,
it is desired to have at least one rep
resentative of the military as a mem
ber of the committee to add his prac
tical experience and his point of view
to the committee's deliberations.
NAME OF STOCK,
C Brewer & Co
Kwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric Co.
Haw. Com. & t ug. Co . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co. .....
Honomu Sugar Co
(lonokaa Sugar Co
Haika Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kekaha Sugai Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde STigar Co.
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pepfceko Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walalua Agric Co
Wailuku Sufcr Co
Waimanalo Sugar Co. ...
Waimea Suga Mill Co, . .
Inter Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon- R. T. & L. Co.. Pref
Hon. R. T. & J. Co. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu R & L. Co. ........
Hllo R. R. Co.. PfdY.
Hilo R. R. Co.. Com
Hon. B. & M. Co
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s .... .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
ranjong Olok R.C., pd. up.
Pahang Rub.. Co.
Hon. B. & M. Co. As..,
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4tt
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 5a.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 6
Hilo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
HlloR.R.Co. Con.6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Hon. R.T.IL Co. 6 .. .
Kauai Ry. Co. 6a
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a ..... .
McBryde Sugar Cp. 6s
Mutual Tel. 6s
OahuR.&L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 .......
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 ......
Waiahia Agric Co. 5 ...
Natomaa Con. 6s.......
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6.....
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Hiio Com "M
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Hilo Com 7ij, 30 Hilo Com 1V2. 20 H.
C. & S. Co. ZVo. I'M Onoinea SUV4.
15 Onomea 30.
S85 analysis beets ls. tid.; parity
3.91 ; centrifugals 3.92.
Beets 9s 6d
Sferobera Uonolala Stock as 4 Bond
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; At a meetinu last night in the Chris
tion Churc h on Al ikea sMeet. ofrwhih
Hev. D. C. Peters is iastor, the eler
tion of tertain new ofiieers to fill th
places of those whose terms have ex
pired, was the principal item oi bnsi-
-s.C" s. tl. H. Tuttle was re-elected a
tieasurer of the conieuaiiou. and KV
Snyder w-'.s elected as clerk. .I. N.
Taggard was elec fed is eller and trus
tee to rill the unexpired tern ot- W
C Weedon. deceased. Another nie--t-ing
has been called for the second
Wtdnesday in Janinry. at "which time
u ports will be read and other matters
o a niKiness nature uiscusseo.
E. G. Dujsenberg
TH Merchant St.
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Beware of the Car
Made for Trading
drt a fair jh irr fur iour ohl cur. lint tlim't th niaiul anythimj itmraxoimble or
1011 trill fHiif fur if in 11 nsatixfui lurif (jnuiitj nrnl nun- xnriLV in the nrir'var
If you are trading your old au
tomobile in. on a new one, here is
a caution you should observe.
There are cars toward the pur
chase of which a larger price will
be allowed for your present auto
mobile than you can obtain in
buying a more desirable automo
liile. It is better to decide upon
which car you will prefer. Sat
isfy yourself that it is the best
buy at a ('ASH price, and that it
is the one you would choose if
you were paying cash. Then if
you -are selling your old car. ob
tain the best bargain possible.
Hut do not accept merely for
the sake of a change in cars, an-
automobile that you do cot con
sider advisable at a cash price.
HUDSON'S are not made to
HUDSON automobiles "second
band" command a higher price
proportionate to their original
cost than those of any other make
in the medium price class.
They are not sold to the dealer
at a large discount, thus permit
ting him tomake an extra allow
ance for old cars. No more prof
it on the HUDSON 13 allowed
than that given on most automo
biles at similar price. -
The quality of the car is to be
depended upon to make the sale,
not the inducement of urice. That
is why 4H engineers are regularly
employed by the Hudson Motor
Car Company in designing HUD
SON automobile., .
The HUDSON shows what all
these men working In. unison
They gained their knowledge of
motor car building in 97 well
known American and European
factories. They had a hand in
building more than 200,000 cars.
No restrictions were put upon
them in building the New HUD
SONS. The highest quality was
sought for and obtained. Price
was not fixed. '
Electric Self-Cranking Electrically Lighted j
THEY ARE 'COMPLETELY EOJ'llTED.
They arc electric self-cranking, are electric light
ed and have every detail of equipment including
speedometer, clock, demountable rims, rain vision
windshield, tools, etc.
There are two models, HUDSON cars are fur
nished in two chassis the "37," a four-cylinder, and
the ".'.4." a six.
The equipment is identical in other cars, consist
ing of an electric cranking device, electric lighting
generator and Ignition system, known as. the pelco
Patented. , - ' -
The equipment Is! complete in every respect In
cluding top, rain vision windshield, demountable
rims, speedometer, clock, tools, etc. ,
The M37" has a 118-inch wheel base. The "54"
has A 127-inch wheel base.' "- v
They are furnished in either Five-Passenger Tour
ing Car, Torpedo or. Roadster body. The "37" sella
at $187i the "34" at $2430, f. o. b. Detroit
The "oi" with Seven Passenger body is 260O.
icc the Triauylv on the Radiator.
F, E. Howes, Mgr.
twig was affected on being held over
the places. Mr. Brown himself
proved a good medium in divining the
hidden moist places with the twig.
Mr. Mason does not take pay for his
"witching" of water, but was induced
by H. M. von Holt to come here on a
vacation from New Zealand, where
his gift has earned him a high reputation.
Following bear attacks in the fore
noon, in the New York 'stock exchange
yesterday, semi-panic conditions pre
vailed in th afternoon until near the
close, when prices rallied somewhat.
At the height of the liquidation the
break In Union Pacific reached eight
points, Reading six, American Tobasso
five, Canadian Pacific four and a half,
Lehigh Valley 3, Amalgamated
Copper oVfc and Steel 2.
Hawaiian stocks in San Francisco
yesterday closed as follows: Hawaiian
Commercial, 22 bid. 34.25, asked; Ha
waiian Sugar, 33.50 bid. 36 asked;
Honokaa, 7 bid, 9.25 asked; Hutchin
son, 16 bid, 16.50 asked; Kllauea, . 12
bid; Onomea, 32.50 asked; Paauhau,
18.25 bid; Union, 32 asked. .
The new , York ' market . report hy
wireless from San" Francisco still has
centrifugals at. 4.05 cents, although
the cable reported a break below four
as long ago as last Monday.
E. I. Spalding, F. C Atherton and
E. D. Tenney have been appointed hy
President Bishop , as representatives
of the Chamber of Commerce to serve
on the joint committee on amalgama
tion of commercial bod Ie6. J. P.
Cooke,i f R. Gait and J. W. Waldron
have . pea appointed the chamber's
members of the governor's municipal
charter committee.. 1 .
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y ALL- KINDS OF BOCK AM SAD FOB CO.XCKETK WORK,
vtnptvnni) AXD COAL.
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Jude P.allou. E. K. Paxl-n and W. !
F. Dillinaham will be tli.- deb'gafes
of Tae .Honoliiii, Chambir of Com-1
merce to the Chamber of Commerce;
of the- United States to melt in Wa.-h-
inston on January
There is no other gift that will give more
days of enjoyment to the recipient than a Kodak
Kodaks and Cameras from $1.00 upward
Kodak Supplies of all kinds
Ash to see our Christmas List
Any part of 1000 shares 3Iasct Cop
per. $3."0 share. We guarantee de.
IImtj In ' your name.- Send money
through .B!?hop A Co. to Oakland Bank
of Savings. YT. E. 1.0(5 X & VO
Boom 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Call-fornla.
IL'.u . H. Mason ot New Zealand in- j
diratc.i to Cecil I)ro'.n. without the;
divining red. where water ought to 1
found on l.anai.
I tween the ranch huui-e
aulch a. l.l another in a
I trees. He showed Mr. Brewn. after
j pointing out the places, ho a guava
One ;t!ace is be-
iro1 of kukui
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