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RVENINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H.. SATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1906.
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" Absolute Comfort "
Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" Shoe 3
. Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides.
; Easy Wearing, Easily Fitted. Easily Removed 2
Meetings Arranged For
Each Night Until
TOUR AROUND ISLAND
AT END OF TUB MONTH
TONIGHT rOUnTH WILL MEET
AT WAIKIKI AND FIFTH AT
RESIDENCE OF F. R.
s & Mclnerny Shoe Store j.g
: FORT STREET
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 13, 1906
NAME OP STOCK
C Brawif Co .
fwa plantation Co ,.
Ila-tallin ArrlniHM ll.n
naw (.on et aif.ri.o.
Hon.imu !-'rar C'i
ftc,n'jk.a Sup Co
Htlku Sufir .t ...1
K.hi'bu pianlalio-l ..i
KIIhI plantation m
Klpahulu JiuirarCil ...
1 oloa Sugar Co ........
O.li'i Surar Co ....
Oniimt Stiff" Co
Oakala !iur' I'lant Co
(Uaa Suf.i Co LtJ ...
tllowalti C ..-.
Paaunau Surar Plant C
pacific Mixar mm .,,.
Halt plantation Co .,.
Ptpftkao Su ar Co .....
llnnr Mm (. .
Walilua AtnculMral Co
Walljku Sucat Co ....
William Sugar Co St
waimanaio .-wear uh
Wanna. Mill Co
I Ur-ltlanJ Slram N O
Hawaiian Eltctrlc Co .,
Hon HI c LCol'U....
Hon K T l L Co Com
Mutual TvltphuiM Co
Gal.il KaLLa .
Hllo Hailroa4 Co
Hun. li. at M. Co
1I.1U- irfl lipr
The Democrats have gotten up n
schedule showing Hie meetings the par-
ly will Hold until llin night uerort. cieo-. uaim ri.u ..- IWl, i 11
tlon. Willi till schedule In n list or
two sols of candidates, marked 1 mid .'.
and tlio schedule furnishes a key iih to
who tlie speakers will lio at the arlousi mJiuwIIiib ;i.J-5
iM-ei iiikk uy reit rnng " litem uy mesei m i n, p
numbers. The MHla of siicukcrn urn lis "m '." '.
1- C. J. McCarthy, Chaa. Ilroad. O.
I'. limkca. V. I'. Jarrctl. W. V. 'I hay
it, It. II. Trent.
2 Cliaa. II. Hose, P. It. llarvn,
Jii't'lili J. Pern, II. T. Moore, Titos,
tlnmlull. Manlikv (I. K. Hopkins.
Tht. followlntr mcelliiirs will lin held V',M;'t' - " '' '"J1
In.tho I-oiit tit district:
Saturihiy. Oct 13 (2) Wnlklkl, J'. Aea
residence. IWaialua Attic r 51.1
Monday Oct. IB (1) I'auoa, .Melienht MyJi.s.,c., .-.
residence.. Kales Hetweeu Hoards S5 l.-l. a.
Tuesday. Oct. 10 (2)-Knkankn, Kit- ,v. Co. $125; X l.-I. H. N. Co . IISS; IMUO
nialae hiilldlng. Wnlalua Ks, $!)'J; ,IU00 ), It. . I.. Co. ft.
Wednesday, Oct. K (D-lImma ia.r,o: SlUahii Hucar Co., lI7.f.o: 20
Haw Iftr'l 4H p. c.
M.WltOV. ot H .
Cat III. Sat. ft Hal.Cu.
o p.c t . a.
Haiku Suaat(o e
Haw Con fi SuCu p
HawSuKar CoCpc ...
HlloK R Co Con ope
Hon H T at L Cu 6 p c.
Kahuku Plant Co o p c
Ual.u MtVLCstpc -Uahu
Sugar Cobpc M
Ulaa Sugar Co ope.
Pala Plant Co ........
Piuoaar Mill Co 6 p c to
i . l'l.l .
I, it II
, II I t
1. . 1-4
5, S I )
V o I i
two 7 i-i
1. S 1-4
i. 1 1
. lull. I
M I J
LOCAL AND 8ENERAL .
It Is possible to buy some things In
the stores today at prices lower than
ever before In this city and the Bul
letin Ads. will tell you all the partlc-
! Don't mln Killers' sale Monday
J Your grocer sens i'ol llreakfuet I'oud.
While Kti-iuii null)'! Ktonkviln Rllllile
1 C. Iltuno canio In on tho Sonoma
A yo.inrj lady declres a cltuntlon as
ilcrk or tnshler. Sen ad this Issue.
Uibt itip of toflee lu the illy. New
Mrs. lOurm linn Rome good EllaJ
Jelly she U Felling for fi cents xr
All meats sold by C. (. Yeu Hop ti.
Cu. are llrst qilallly, fresh, tender uuil
lleunoii, Kmltli & Co, Ltd., me ar
tannine a cozy corner for the conven
ience of their customers.
Don't miss Killers' sale Monday.
Koine nice furnished rooms uie foi
rent at llclcd'a Court, Adams Lane
Charges to suit the limes.
A new uuil complete line of Knclhli
In HOLLY FLOUR It lo not enough
that the dust be removed from the
wheat by washing, but each grain Is
cleaned and the crevices and irregu
larities ocoured by special, machinery,
thus securing an absolutely pure, clean
Theo. ti. Davies & Co., Ltd.
1 v I Best Sparking Batteries
9 ' i
h" Columbia automoblls butterlea aro
1) mtiUe UMpectfilly for autofs 1'ltey
ft lvo tinlvurMtil Mfitlatfuctlon. ISuv
i jstoclc now rcucly for dellvury tit
I Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd,,
Thursday, Oct. IX (2) Kamollllll
KrldiKV, Oct. Ill (1) Wnlklkl. J. Aea
Saturday, Oct. 20 (2) I'auoa, Mo
Monday. Oct. 22 (1) Kakuako, Ku
Tuesday, Oct. 23 (2) Rmma Siiuaro.
Wednesday, Oct. 24 (1) Kamollllll
Thui nilay. Oct. 25 (2) Wnlklkl, J.
Aea 1 evidence.
l'rlday. Oct. 2C (1) Pauoa, Meheula
Saturday, Oct. 227 Anla Park, com
bined 4th and Sth (McClnnnhnii.)
Monday. Oil. 2U (2) Kukaako, J Ku.
Tuesday. Oct. 30; Wednesday. Oct.
31: Thursday, Nov, 1; Friday, Nov. 2'
' 1 W I I I
Oahu Sugar Co., $I17.C0; 35 O.ihu Sugnr
Co., 1117.50; 31 Oahu Sugar Co, $117. W;
10 Walalua. fCr.. Sessli.n: 7 Kwu,
T2VC2K; 3 Kwa. J2.-..70.
Latest W'0r quotation, 4 cents, or
SO. a ton.
SUGAR, 4 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s. 6d
Thielen & Williamson
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
If You Use Ges
OFFICE KINO ST., NR. ALAKEA.
PHONE MAIN 390.
GRASS FED CATTLE
have a finer fibre than those allowed
to range over lava beds. Our beef Is
superior for that reason. It li tender
and juicy, and has fat enough on It
to suit anyone.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
IN ALL SEASONS AND TO
PRIMP IS KING
No btverage allays tropic thirst as does l
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show you our illustrations
HIQ CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C. Axtell&Co. 1048.1058 Alakca
Hotel Street Store
HA8 A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DSPOT FOR BOBS O
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Gold Mounted BackCombs
IIS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST.
Ileadquaiter:!, Wuierley Hall, School.
Siituiiiuy, Not. :; Kiiinia hitiait',
lomliliiud 4th ai.il :th. (MiClanahaii.J
Monday Nov. 5 l'nlaco Square, com
bined 4th mid 0th. (McClanahan.)
The HieellngH ill inu hlllh umirlct
will ho as (oIIowh:
Saturday. Oct. 13 (1) Kallhl, V. It.
Monday, Oct. IB (2) Moannlun, H. M.
TticBday, Oct. 10 (t) Wylllo and I.I.
Wednesday. Oct. 17 (2) Kallhl camp.
Thursday, Oct. IS (D 1'alam.i. A.
Krlduy, Oct. 19 (2) Kallhl. K. 11.
Saturday, Oct. 20 (1) Moannlua, S.
Monday, Oct. 22 (2) Wylllo and I.I
llha. Tuewlay. OcL 23 (I) Kallhl Camp.
Wednesday, Oct. 21 (2) I'alama. A.
TliuiKiluy, Oct. 25 (1) Kallhl, tor.
King uud Kiiiii. IV lttud.
I'rlduy, Ocloher 20 (2) Kallhl CM nip.
Saturday. Oct. 27 (1) Anla I'ark
tomhlned It la and Mil.
Monday, Oct. 211 (2) Llllha nml
Tuesday, Oct. 30; WetlnCKdiiy, Oct.
aii'Tliiimlay. Nov. 1: Friday. Nov. 2;
tleadquaiters. Wavorley Hall (School).
Saturday, Nov. 3 liinma riqume,
comhliied 4th nnd Mh. (McClauuhuii.)
tloutluy, Nov, 5 I'ulacu Square, com
Idlned 4th and Mil. (McCluuuhaii.)
Tho folluwIiiK Denioirutle meetings
will Lu held outsldu of llunolillu:
Wednetduy, Oct. 31 Kaneohe, 12 in.;
Walkauu, 7 p. in.
Thursday, Nov, 1 I'unaluu, 10 a. in.;
Manilla. 3 p. in.: l-nle, 7 p. in.
Krlduy, Nov. 2 Walaluu, 7 p. in.
Mr. and Mm. A. II. Catheart arriv
ed f I om the Coast today on tho Ho
1'iinm. llriicti Ilartman Is hero from tho
Status. Ilu cauit. In on tho Sonoma.
-J. HlggliiHou arrived on thu Sonoma
Mr. and Mrs. L, McLean cumo In
today on the Sonoma.
Miss II. Wilder arrived from the
Const today on tho Sonoma.
Deputy Attorney General Milverton
letu'rni'd today on tho Klnnii fiom thu
Loid and Itily l'luyfalr returneil
today from a trip to tho Volcano.
Per Htmr. Klnaii. from Hllo ami
wuy ports, Oct. 13-lxinl l'layfnlr,
Lady Playlulr, W. J. Harvey, K. W.
Milverton, C. K. Klugj V. Hunt, S.
(tract-, It. Cation, Mrs. 'It. .Cation, Miss
K, yomeroy. Miss l'omcroy, W. II.
Cnmphell, Win. Todd, Mrs. Kalvl
Mooro. J. A. Lnwelnwe, l,rs, J. A.
l.awelawn, Carl S. Smith, Master S.
Smith, C. Cnstendyko, J. W. llerg
tliom, Mrs. C. Aldeu ami child. Miss
Kdlth Alden, Tho. I. Taylor, Dnvld
Ilaiiuhs. II. W. I.udlo'fr. Mrs. .1. I.
Iltela. Mrs. O. II, Austin, J. Meliu
(ike, C. Knaekstcd,' L. lin. C. J
Itiisfoll. Itcv. Iiikuda,K. H. HIchard
son, mih. r. K. ltlfhardson.
Per O. S. S. Sonoma, from Snn
Kranclsco, Oct. 13. for Honolulu: O
IlruiiH, Miss Coke. Miss N, II. Coop
it. (1. It. Drew. Miss (lulld, llruiu
Ilartman, C. llt'deinaliii, J, Illggln
pou, I). W. II. Mays, I.. McLean,
MrH. Mi Lean, D, ItohertH, Mrs. Itoh.
t'lls. It. 1), Smith, II. Hlelnmitz, W.
S. Vance, Jus. Warrington, Mrs. II.
Wight, Miss Willi, Miss, II. Wilder,
C. llriiwn, M. Illnl, A. II. Catheart,
Mrs. Cnthcart, II, Tatro, a, A.
Wright, W. Ott and two children, O.
(louvla, S. Tomegal, K. Sakayama,
T. Ida, I. Tmibol, J. Otaul. Through:
L. V. Coekroft. I. (J. Coclcroft. J.
Drown, Illght Hon. Sir John (Imoi,
Miss (lorst and maid. It. HuiitliiKlou,
Mr. and Mrs. I.achman, D. Lawler,
C. Paiker, C. Itlmdes. Mrs. Itho.les,
Miss Ithoiles, Miss N. Thomson, J,
Dunn, S. Tabyamnlf, W. C. Harper,
C. Jones, li. Nelson, J, S. Snow,
8. Weiss, W. Johnson, W. V. Whab
ek, J. 11. Owens, C. W. Schulz, A.
McLean. Mrs. C. Sopwlth and child,
J. YoMng, Miss M. Ailamn, J, A, Cob
Ilns, II. Craig, W. Dean, W. Colli,
heitsou, Mrs, CullilierlBon, Prof, T,
W. K. Duvld, II. Trankel, K. J.
Hydo. W. T. Kerr, Mrs. Kerr, II.
Kiouicaui, Mrs. I'arnham, C. Chap
man, 'A. Mason, MrH. Mason, Miss
M. Muson, P. Pratt. C. Hand, Mrs.
O, Sllver.vMrs. M. Stlmson, J. Swllt,
C. Thomas", A. Weber, 'Mm. J. Wood,
Mrs. Wood, N. Stewart, (1. Btoltz,
S, A. Hi clunky, Mrs. Ilrelnsky, Miss
O, Ilrelnsky, Miss M. Ilrelnsky, Mns
ter P. Ilrelnsky, P. Cooper, J. V.
Irving. Mrs. Irving, R. I.lster, M, I).
Mr. nnd MrA. flobcit Cation of this
city returned from a Hawaii trip this
morning on the Klnau.
and American woollens nro
shown I iv W. W. Ahaua & Co.
Ilai tlett water lithe purest nml ino
ittieuglli-glting mineral water cold
jv'joy k Co. are distributor:!.
The hchuoner Robert lowers sailed
for the Sound yesterday at noon. She
will return with another cargo of Inni
It Is reported that Col. Sam Pmker
Intends in erett a country rcsldcnte a
Wnhluwu. He is tiegotlutiug fur lanJ
Hear I ho depot.
The nlleutloii of the laxpajers of lin!
County of Oahu Is hereby called til
tho lly Authority Notice of thu Assess
or, l'lrst Division.
Iteady-to-noar skirls, long touts ami
Jjtkets will ho sold nt strikingly lott
prlttM next week lit Ilium's. Sale be
gins .Monday morning.
Mr. Kerr, a well known Jeweler of
Hyilni', is on tho Sonoma, letiirulng
homo -a It It Mis. Kerr fiom an eight
months' trip to Knglaud.
Captain Parker of thu steamer Claud
ine Is taking a (ho weeks' ncatlnu,
CuptHln Ilennett, of thu steamer Maul
Is taking his place teiuiior.irlly.
Don't mist Killers- sale Monday.
Clothing licit ni'RS Is it neii'sslty foi
men uud women. If you have the Ho
nolulu Clothe Cleaning Co. iittend ti'
)our clotliw, you will always look neat
The (llobv Clolhlug Co. have it tree
tailoring servhe for suit buyers, liter
lull purchased there Is cleaned and
uicsscd five, whl'heter wanted, for one
The Hough Itlder 5 cent cigar secured
popular npprotal hero almost Immed
iately ufter It was placed on sale. It
Is really it surprisingly good smoke mid
smokers will do well .to ask for It nt
Kitupatrlck Clgur Store.
Second payment of thu Income nnd
property taxes are now payable, and tl
not paid by the 1Mb day of November
next, will he subject to it penally of 111
per tent, mid Inti-real at thu rate of 12
mid 10 per tent per milium lespectlvu-
Don't miss Killers' salo Monday.
In the cube of thu annual of J. II. Cas
tle fiom thrMeclHloil of tho l.ix'up'pcj?
court lu the mutter of a piollt of JI20.
cuo which ha made from the sale of II.
('. & S. stock, the tax on which would
hate iiiuoouted to $2100, appeal by Cas
tle was sustained by tho Supreme
Court. Castle will not bate to pay the
lax under whit ho ealted un Infamous
It Is possible to get n meal at the
I'jIiii lestuuiant, moruliik', noon oi
evening equal to the best served In tho
toviii mid get it for hall what otheia
charge. A popular featuro of that te.i-
laurmit U their excellent tin key din
ner Sunday nteuliigs.
Tho loinmltled appointed to look nt
ler the exhibition of photos in thu Pro
motion Committee rooms Is making uy
clusslllcutlou for the pliolo.i, comprli
tug landscapes, marines, portraits, etc
The Hldgeways of New York hav
asked Hawaii to bu it contributor lu
photographic weekly which they will
lit. Hon. John (iors:, with his
daughter. Miss (lorst, is returning on
thu Sonoma to Australia. Ho wui
fur 20 yeais n member of Pnillameut,
levin,; his seat at the last election
when thu Labor party caused so many
o.hcr members of tho House to full
of election, Ho Is a very active man
lu educational matters. Ho will re
turn to Kugland Irom Australia, go
lug by way of tho Suez canal.
Don't miss Killers' silo Monday.
Tho Supreme Court yesterday mm-
milled thu decision of thu tux uppeul
om t in thu cam of thu Ten limy
ugulust thu sugur plantations, lu ll.c
citej tho liiiltoiy held that by a
change lu the manner of making le
turus tho sugar plantations had doubly
discounted their Incomes by charging
the expenses i.f IS months against tho
i.ielpts of a year, lu spite of thu el
Inrls of tho Attorney (itncral's depart
ment the Teirltory was defeated.
During the mouth of October Itcv.
Dr. Scmnlir h'M charge or tho rt'guhir
set vices lu Centi.il Union Church. To
munow ut II a. m. Iih will preach on
tho text "Wo met Able." In the itvoiit
lug ut 7:30 the topic will bo "The Prls-
onei lu thu I.oi ci." Sabbath school as
usual ut U:45 a, m. Thu Chilstlmi Dip
ileator service v.'lll bu held nt 0:20 p. in
A cordial welcome awaits ull str.mgeiri.
Ilesldes thu usual choir music Mis. Olla
uud Mrs, Hoffman will slug "The In
visible 1 jnd" nt morning worship, Mr,
llowlmul i ml thu choir will sing Illm-
uiel s 'Incline Thine Dur" nt tho 7:30
Don't mlsi Killers' tale Monday.
Como without your coat and enjoy
jourseir this warm weather ut thu reg
ular quarterly dam it of thu A. O. II.,
lu take place at Piogiess Hall on Hal
loween illght, Wcdno(.duy, October 3tst,
Committees of Division Olio mid thu
Ladies' Auxllluiy are gutting things in
hhupo. What UuutB they have up then
sleeves Is not known, but they hint ut
something out of tho ordinary. 'I hoy
call It it "callio dunce," but Hint simply
means that you can come In any old
lojtiimtt that will allow jou to keep
tool uud enjoy yourself, Tho commit
tee piumUes to outdo lltelf on this oc
casion nnd' all who attend ate nssiircl
ot un overflowing mojsuie of good time.
you can prepare a meal In shorter time than with wood and the
food tasle-n better. Here Is a recipe for an oyster pie that can be
cooled to a turn on a gas stove: '
Oyrter Pie: Line a vegetable dish with mashed potato, lliush
it over with the while of an rg, and put It In the oven to blown
lightly. Take two dozen oysters, hair a pint of milk, one table'
npooiifiil or butter, pepper and Rait lo tacte. Let It come to a boil
nnd thicken with a heaping tfaspnonfiil or flour and put Into the
space- left lu the vegetablo dloh.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
" """"""""nnnnrn VaVWtfiniWOT
Then come here for the ring.
We have many beautiful engage
ment rings sparkling with pur
ity ami prices are as low as per
fect j'etus can be .sold for.
M. R. Counter.Forl St.
MAIN 7 J
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purest gooda manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
G. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
And Aids To Beauty
VIOLET SEC Toilet Vater; EX
TREME VIOLET Perfume; CHRYSI8
sachet powder; VIOLETTE SUPERBA
Face Powder; VIOLET TOILET,
SOAP; MARVELOUS COLD CREAM
for the skin; VIOLET ALMOND
MEAL for the skin; TOILET CERATE
SKIN FOOD; NAILUSTRE for the fin
ger nails; NAIL POWDER; ORANGE
WOOD STICKS; PURE OLIVE OIL
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
13 KING STREET.
We are selling FINE KEN
TUCKY BOURBON in bulk.
Won't you try a gallon?
Guaranteed Pure. Not recti
fied nor adulterated.
'PHONE MAIN 36.
Ladled White SilK
In J 6, 20 and 24 Button Lengths
Direct from the Manufacturers
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.