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Wide Toe, Winter Weight, Watcrprool Sole.
A Boot That Men Commend
That You Will Value.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
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Many people undoubtedly have
the Impreislon, and quite real
onably to, In Jthese daya of
harmful adulteration, that whole
tome vlnegari are no more ob
tainable. Thlt It 'a mlttaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co,
are perfectly reliable and tup
ply pure foodt only. ThelfVlne
gart fully comply with the Pure
Food Lawt not only of every
State In the Union but of every
country In the world. We tell
and place our penonal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole
Heinz Halt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Yiiegar
Heinz' Cider Vinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,
Headquartert for automobllea with
i a tplendldly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd,
1S7 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALIHI, and other dtIrbU Itctlltlet
Alto 1 JUMP-BEA-V BUCKCOAIU),
e:ond-band; good at now.
If you have,
we will deliver
to you now $ 50.00
(FiftyDoIiars) worth of Fur
, Rugs, Matting &c,
balance on Easy Payments..
the lowest; our goods
Credit with us is Good.
One gallon of W. P. FULLER'S
Pure Prepared Paint
on account of tt perfect preparation,
will cover a much larger area of tur
face than a hand-mixed lead and oil
paint. The cott of labor It double the
cott of the paint. It cottt at much to
apply Inferior paint at It doei pure
paint. Adulterated and cheap paint
will fade, lote Itt gloat and perlth In
very thort time. W. P. Fuller &.
Co.'a Pure Prepared Paint will wear
lor yeart and reiaint lit tuperior fin
Ith. Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
We make a specialty of handling
the fanous Victor Talking Machines
In all tlzet and tupply them at the
loWett prlcet. We have all the latest
recordt always on hand and you can't
get them, at a lower figure than ws
tell them anywhere In town.
Hawaiian News Company Ltd.
YOUNQ BUILDINQ 8T0RE.
-THE COBWEB CAFE,,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Camara & Co,, Props.-
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers,
btc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Tho pollco have been called on
OKaln to recover property belonging
lo William I Peterson, which Is sup
posed to have been stolen. A blcyclo
owned by Mr. Peterson was taKou
lrom In front of tho Favorito Orotto'
tho other nlgbt. Time and again late-i
ly Mr. Peterson has been tho victim of.
bold robberies. Ho has lost clothes, a?
now suit, 75-cent socks, and other
things too numerous to mention. All
this stuff was stolen from hlsofflce.l
When tho thlovca visit ,Mr. Petor-I
kon's place they mako themsclvei nt'
.homo. Night after night they climb
through tho same old window and on
each visit relievo tho of rice of some-'
thing that Is valuable. Numerous
schemes havo been tried by Mr. Peter-1
son to keep tho Intruders away. Ho!
has hung skeletons In tho room, plao-i
cd horrible, deathlike, grinning skulls'
near tho window nnd put warning
signs on the nails, but all with no
Officer Larson spent tho nlgbt thcro
onco watching for tho burglars. Of
course they did not show up. A fow
nights aftcrnard there was no guard
around and, as usual, tho robbers put
In an appearance. Eventually, It
seems, I hoy Intend to clean out tho
uliolo place. Mr. Peterson does not
understand why they do not takt ov
en thing at onco and save themselves
a largo number of trips and much
trouble. On another call tho unknowns
departed with a pair of trousers and
n coat. The robbers havo a regular
In addition to all these robberies
Mr. Peterson recently lost a diamond'
pin nlucd at about 1100. it was his,
but ho Intended gUlng It away. Ho
woro It onco tho first nnd last tlmo.
While walking down Fort street ono
nltcrnoon ho either dropped tho pin or
hnd his clothes picked. An way, he Is
out tho pin. And now comes tno btc
clo thelt. This stealing has been go
ing on moro than a month, and Mr. Pe
terson has about concluded that ho is
tho victim of a thieving complracy.
It. r. Hcnshall, brother of George F.
Hcnshall of the Star, who has been via
King hero norao time, leaves on the St
erra for his home In San Francisco
Mr. HcnRhall Is a lawyer In the Gold
en Gate' city. '
IF YOU DUY OR SELL STOCKS OR DONDS OR DE8IRE A LOAN ON
SUGAR SECURITIES AT A LOW RATE Cr INTEREST, CALL UP
Qeo. P. Thielen,
AIN 21. 920 FORT ST. P. O.
PHONE MAIN 21.
A BARREL OF MONEY TO LOAN !
'ho New York Commercial of Decent
r 21. says:
.jo following petition, signed by tho
nrlnftiinl Itnnnrtpra nt tln nnil forfpti or
Cleelaml, Ohio, has been sent to each' A limited number of tickets only
ono of the tcnators and members of tho may be had of Mrs. Q. F. Bush, 1655
House of Hcprosontathcs from Ohio, ,Kewa' st and MV- A' 0tley, Col
In protest agalmt tho efforts to Impoto le0e Hlllt-
a duty upon tea and coffee:
Tho Honorable Members of Congrcw REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS
Representing tho State of Ohio:
Your petitioners, the Importers, Cntered for Reeord Jan. 8 1908
wholesale grocers anil Jobbers of 'lean
and coffees In the rlty of Clccland. re- From 10'30 a- m- t0 4 P- "
spcctfully with to tnll jour attention Ma M I'oston to 11 T Chapmati I)
lo the effort now being made to Impose 11 Watcrhouso 'ir ui Ltd to West
i duty upon tea and coffee. cm & llawn Inst Co Ltd AM
Tho great majority.'lf not nil, of tho WiiKatcIt and wf lo I.eoug Youug..!)
distributers of teas and coffees In tho Walter 1 Bradley to James A Gouga
United States, and wo hao reason to u
believe all retailers, aro unalterably opi insiia KnhololtahIM (w) lo Hutch
posed to such a measure. The injury
inflicted to tho tea business tnrougn
tho duty of 10 cents In 1S97 was so far-iy
rcnchlug and tevere that the trado la
only now in protcss ot recovery nnn
the benefits derived by the government
were in no manner commcnsuraie tui
me narosn ps enuureu anu sunereu noi,
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omy uy me iraue oui aiKi uuinw np ucnton ct nI by rotgc0 t0 pyank
citizens who could lenst afford It, andl1 y jicStocltcr tr t
believing there Is no necessity for such M Ttchudl tr and by "attV 'to Kow
nctlon we respectfully ask that yott j.f0 I,
win u strong iu yuur vyinauiuu v
even the consideration of such a meas
(Signed) P. Wlldnr & Co , The Kid.
SJP.fJP'afe Ki. ?5&SK-B?"
Smith & Co , The McCarttChrlsty Co ,
The P. C. O'Brien Co., The Chandler &
lludd Co., Uabcock, Hull & Co, The
Weldeman Co, Tho O'Donohue Coffee
Co., Tho V. 1 Southworth Co, Vm.
KdwartU & Co, Liebenthal Bros. Co,
The J. SI. Hour Co., Tho Ilaserot Co.
Olefin ot IIIiii.
Blngleboy What suitable wedding
preitcnt could I giro DohhsT
Uoubteiuuu-SciKl lilm half a dozen
Sir Henry Irvlng'a birthplace at
Kelnton. Mandoville. which was put up
at auction In London, was withdrawn'
HONOLULU. T. II., TUKSDAY, JANUARY 9, 130C.
HJNULULU STOGK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. January 9, 1905.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brtwtr it Co -.
Ewm PUfititlonCo ....
Htwillfto Arrlcultcr 1 Ct
Htw Com & Sut'f Co. .
Honomubugir Co .
Honokil Sutir Co -llilku
PalJ UrS? CI J lAaktj
1 .000 000
loo I o
loo 1 1 1-4 t) i-a
l fi !-
la l-'ta f
S. t 1-4
Kthuku Plantation Co.
KlMI PUntitlon Co LM
Klpahuta stifif to
Gahu Sut-af Co -
Ononta Sugar Co.. .
Ookala Sorar Plant Co
una auf ai ,o lij .
Paauhau Sucar Plant Co
racist suxar mm...
Pala Plantation Co
Papaiino Sutar Co .
IMoitaar Mill Lo
WalhAu Saw Co So
Ifut-lilitvl Sltan N Co
Hawaiian tlacnlc Co
Oahtl K Si L Co
Hon. U.AM do
Haw Tat 4 P c (Fin CI
Haw Tctrl 4Mp c... .
Haw Gov t o c
GMISur Hf Co.6pc
Haiku Sugar Co Spc
Haw Com & Sua; Co 5 pc
Haw Suaar Coop c ....
non k 1 a. l o o p c
Kahbku Plant .u 6 1. c
Oahu Sugar Co 6 pc
maa aogar uo 0 p c.
Pala Plant Co
Pionaar Mill Catae
Salcs-tO Walnlua, $"0.78; 10 Wal
alua, J70.75; 10 Oahu Sugar Co, ?U5;
100 Haw, C. & S. Co, JSI; 10 Kwa, $27;
10 Hwn, 27.
Latest tugar quotation, 3.71 cents;
$74.20 per ton. ,
SUGAR, 3.71 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 l-4d
Qeo. P. Thiclen,
STOCK AND BOND DROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Oond Ex
920 roHT ST. ' TEL. MAIN 12.
P. O. DOX 441.
The Lpdles' Society of Central Union
Church will give a .,-
. At the Home of
F. J LOWRY
January 16, 1906.
Sugar PItn Co L-
Nnonniilm (k) to Iltitcto) 1 Cu...L
k Kaapa (k) ct al tollutch S 1
j n mMno to Hutch S I' Co L
p M Cu)Icn t0 u L jiccandless n
Kna Tllrncr and hsb to L la McCand-
I. on... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..la
James i; Fullerton to Clifford Char
locki tr US
James IM'ullerton to Clifford Char
lock tr Alt
Mary E Dowman ..; I)
wra Henry to Aiarcha aiua nnn nsD
Mnrcka Bllva and hsb to William
F A 8chaefer to J A Magtilrc ltd
Entered 'for Record Jan. B, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
J T Hamburg and wf to Qeorgo no-
Knhtana Opunul and wf to C J Mor
i: J Morgan to Qeorgo i: Muntlon....I)
7Icd Charn to Hep .Man ct al PA
J O Lufktn to Wlllkinl and wf Ilel
Wlllklna and wf to Bishop of Zoug-
F h Johnson to V IZ Clark ...l'orcKnt
1.1 Kaualll et al to 1) Naolwt ,..D
WII1tan A tnrati fat ninrii tlinil
! four vears connected with Honolulu
hotels, and until recently chief clerk
at the Itoyal Hawaiian hotel, leaves to
day for the Coast to remain. Mi
Moran will either locate In San Fran
Cisco or Los Angeles. He will be sucv
ceeded by E. M. Bojd. Thero Is no
better known hotel man on the Islands
than "Billy" Moran. ille baa. many
friends here who will regret his depart
ure for new fields. In addition to hU
local reputation he is well known by
II the traveling men who "mako" Ho-
LOCAL ANaO GENEBAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Slables.
Father James left at noon, for Xa
foopoo. The Slcrrn Is taking on setcral hun
dred tons ot coal.
See notice. Sheriffs Sale on lltb, In
W, O. Aiken and wife left at noon
today for Maalacu.
A rcllablo driving horeo Is wanted.
Address K Bulletin.
Annuencon jcuries ten ai noon ioi i
h lalt to tho olcano. I
M. A. l'elxoto has opened a barber
hop at 914 Alakca street.
Clans V. Mttllcr and wife are among
the passenger for the Coast.
Miss Hlla Wight was a passenger on
tho Mattna Loa today for Kallua.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Clemcntson are
through passengers In tho Sierra.
l.uttcd's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co. and C. J. Day & Co.
Adjutant and Mrn.Damberry ot th
Salvation Army left today for Hllo.
Sheriff A. M. Brown and wife left
today on the Klnatt for Kaunakakal.
Intermediate gymnasium class starts
again tonight at 7:39 In tho Y M. C. A.
Robert Hind, wife and two children
left today on the Mauna Loa for Kal
lua. The schooner Charles Lcl Woodbury
balls tomorrow afternoon nt S p. m. for
The steamer Llkcllko sailed a few
minutes past noon today for Maul
II. II. James and Mrs. James leau
for tho mainland this afternoon on lha
Morgan will hao a salo ot aluab;
taro lands on January 13th. See ad
Secretary Wood of the Hawaii Pro
motion Commlttco will lslt Kauai 1j
'om's great laro feature for today'
Is a.i Immense reduction In real Mai
Hoses and carnations In quantities to
suit for sa.o nt tho Woman's exchange,
cumetu views, Paradlso ot tho Pa
cific, on salo at all news dealers and
A proper use of the Bulletin want
ads. will shorten your Dally Program
Dr. Goodhue, Mrs. Ooodhuo, child
nnd tenant wcrd passengers on tho
Mnuna Loa today.
Tho schooner Ka Mol leacs the Al
len whnrf this afternoon for Paaullo
The big underwear sale at Sachs' U
attracting a great deal ot ntteutbn. BI4
bargains uru being secured.
Second Lieutenant Blglcr, returning
en tho Saturn from Midway, will bo
stationed here In tho future.
A meeting of tho stockholders of
Hart & Co , Hid., will be held on Fri
day, January 12, at 2:30 p. m.
On her trip ot moro than two weeks
tho Sierra, arriving this morning, did
not sight a vessel ot any kind.
Oet your plumbing, towering and
thect metal work dono nt Jas. Nott,
Jr.. 1018 Alakea St. Tel. Will to 1801.
Richard Marpole, general superin
tendent ot the Canadian Pacific, accom
panied by his wife, leacs on the Sierra
Auditor Fisher went to Hllo today to
nako hla semiannual Inspection of tho
Looks of Territorial as well as County
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling and
preservative properties. California
Feed Co., ngcnls.
Walter Tuppcr, traveling passengci
agent for the Oceanic company, leaet
today for San Francisco. He will r
turn within a month
Heinz vinegars are the best In the
world. They are absolutely pure and
wholesome All grocers sell them. 11.
Hackfeld & Co, agents.
Scott Wright, formerly a turnkey at
the pollco station, has resigned his po
rltlon nnd will work on a plantation.
Officer N. T. Nlolson Is acting turn-
Tho Ah Chung sodomy caso was
continued this morning until 2 p. m.,
as J. W. Cathcart, roprosentlng the de
fendant, was advised by telophone ot
ins wire's uoing suddenly III.
The annual meeting of tho stock
rolders of tho First National Bank ol
Hawaii will lie held at tho bank ut J
o'clock this afternoon. Directors tot
the ensuing year will be elected.
The steamer Mauna Loa left at noon
todny for Maul and Hawaii ports. Sho
has a largo passenger list, mostly Ik
land people returning home after
pending tho holidays In Honolulu.
H. O, Claxton, for moro than two
years a clerk In the drug store ot Ben
ton, Smith Co , leaves on the Sierra
today for San Francisco to remain.
Mr. Claxton fears that he has appeudl
rltis and ho will probably undergo an
The Ladles' Society of Central Union
church will give a musical at the home
of F. J. Lowrcy, Tuesday evening, Jan
uary Hi. A limited number of tickets
may be had ot Mrs. O. F. Bush, 1C5S
Kcwalo street, and Mrs. A. Qartlcy, Col
Tho Row Kong Yin Tot. pastor of St
Peters' KplBcopal chapel for Chinese.
who recently visited tho mainland,
(poke on tho Chrlstlanlzatlon of China
and ot work In Hawaii, at the confer-1
ence. In tho Chicago auditorium, ot the I
Laymen a rorwani Movement. I
The British bark Dumfriesshire be '
pan taking on ballast today. She will
sail next week for Kurekn, Cal , for a
load ot lumber. From that port the
bark goes to Peru. The Dumfriesshire
camo to Honolulu with fertilizer from
Lelth and was 181 das on the trip.
In tho corner window ot M. Mclner
rty's Fort and Merchant street clothing
store thcro nppears a Bilk exhibition
consisting of cocoons and the raw art
icle, results ot tho entomological In
vestigations of the United States De
partment of Agriculture's Han all Ex
Promptly at noon as usual the steam
er Klnau with a large number of pas
sengers for Hllo and way ports, left
here wharf today and started on her
trip. Quito a number ot tourists nro
aboard en route to tho Volcano. The
Klnau carried more passengers today
than sho has for some time. '
uLSMTfi t J Irs LiH
DRY MO NO POLE
THE MOST DELICIOUS CHAM
PAGNE IN THE AQE.
The choice of the Rulers of the
World'a Qreat Nations. Since 1818
this wine has been served as the best
on the tables of all the Monarchs of
Europe and Asia.
Quails, Pints, and Half Pints
Lewis & Company
169 KINO ST.- TELEPHONE 24a
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
Is enjoyable to children and pa
Desldes the wonderful collec
tion of anlme'j and birds, thsr
'are other llghts too numerous
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager. '
Richards near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
ws ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. ,W. Jordan & C04 Lti
1137 Fort Street
Fresh Every Time
There't nothing stale or Insipid or
It's made right and bottled right.
You can rely on Ita being fresh every
time, good every tjme, and cheap at
the price every time, j
All kinds here Rings and
Pins and' Studs and liar
rings, ind Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in doign and proiKTly
M. R. COUNTER-
LOVE BLOCK... E.. FORT STREET
T5c per month
It means all-year-round reliefs
7 from unpleasant kitchen dutJta
building fires, carrying modai
amor coal, unnecessary cleaning, a
am etc. A Gas Water Heater wfllQ
0 Supply water In any quantity. '
A Doth for sate by dealers antf Q J
S HONOLULU GAS CO. '
DR. J. T. MCDONALD
Office REMOVED to Hw
I he Alexander Young Duildlr
10-12; 2-1; 7-8. Residence, T 1
ander Young Hotel. Ttlej.r-or
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by
other dealers. Doors, screen ctoara
sash and builders' hardware.
C. D. REYNOLOS,
Alakea St., mauka Sailors Home.
Makaa nam ano strMstn w warn
1 br making atrona. rtoh rat) MM,
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resist It. Soidbr
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