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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, H . TlTSDAY. NOV 27. 1906.
E . Children's Pumps I
'L'lio Newest und Hmurtuat Sunday
Dancing or Party Slipper specially
ordered ttn MUjfuutccl by Mm, Ounn
as tlie latest and proper dancliiK
f-Tices, $2, $2.50, $3
gr Patent Kid and White Canvas. 3
r Now on Exhibition 3
. g Mclnerny Shoe Store js
' g FORT STREET
That's the number to ring up. If you
want toda water that It PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and OIN.
QER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
Q. S. LEITHEAD .' MANAGER
In California Wlnet, our Superior BURQUNDIE8, CLARETS
AND WHITE WINES. And ai an Inducement we will tell a lim
ited quantity of the above Table Wlnet at
PER CASE OF 1 DOZEN QUARTS AT (4.00.
TRY A CASE.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
189 KING STREET.
Turkey and Chickens
We have the largest and fattett Turkeyt and Chick
ens for Thanksgiving that we have ever had. Tender,
corn fed and at fat at you would have them for the ta
ble. There are no better fowtt to be had than we offer
thlt week. You may place your order today to good
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 40.
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PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship youi
goods and tave you money.
Deaten in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouie, t26 King St. Phone Main 58
ADVERTISING H0U8EH0LD NOVELTIES USED IN EVERY
HOME, FOR MERCHANT8, ETC., AT
WAITY BLOC ROOM 4. GEO. E. LAMONT.
are thlt store's most pleated
cuttomert. They exerclte
care In the choice of what
they eat and drink; 'therefore,
they come here for toda wa
ter and Ices. We tervt none
but the purest and the re
freshing, cool kind, Why not
be prudent? It costs no
Honolulu Drue Co.,
will to no you up and make
you feel like a new man when
your itomach It out of nider.
Try a dote at
cor MRTim Mom 6U,
IS DID IT US.
The long battle between the Califor
nia ami Oregon Steamship Company
and the Hnllorg' Union of the Pacific
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Nov 27, 190G
NAMH OH STOCK
C Brtr ft Co .....
En Plantation Co ....
Was htotiglit to nn end vestcrdav by the Msiin isitcuiwi I Ct
dismissal of the Injunction milt brought h.iii?Su?..c. .
by tlio runner to prevent Ilia latter HononiBSursrCo... .
from Interfering with Us business. The Hi'iku str Co
(llutnluenl ...... i Kihuku PIAntitlcn Co .
-........, , ,nvln, ,, iienry g;lkM,nllonCo Ui
wit, uuorney tor (lie. company, ttnlil KipiniiuSiiiCi
mat mi rnr n iiiu .-nni u ...... ,... ? rz."
..v..... ., ,.,.,- nenryj
corned IIiii water-front ulrll.e was nt Oitig.se,
.... ...i ,. . .. .... OnoftMl :
un uiiii. nuvcrai sunn are mill uem rvw.i. n.,.., pi.. r.
Injr which relate to the same illlllcnl- 8i'ti'tIircoC l"
ties which gave rise to the present nc- Pnuh.u Suj'it'i'iuic,
Hon. but It Ifi believed that they, to,l Kfl""'f 'J!.'
win lie discontinued. I PptVo Sutu Co
rhe romplnlnt originally brought by
McHrjrJi tiiir Co ,
Oihg Sunr (Jo -.-.
Onomi Surir Co ,
Mltinr Mill L,
,. . :. " ' " "' wiiiiulKrifultuflll,r
I Hi' steamship company w.-ih In the ef-1 wiiui Sujir Co ...
feet that the dereiidan.s bad conspired 'SSStSS'Sitt
io prevent tne steam schooners Fulton,1 wM!!pEnll!15iJU,V4"
(lualala mid Despatch from leaving the iur-ui.nJ i swIimN C.
port, and had resorted to Intimidating S"TlLr"lei' -tactics
to render, It difficult, or Impos- hSrtLCC:
slide to obtnln (Sens. f,,r theso or any oiJi'lf1 !' el" '
other vessels. Many nets of violence HiioPi'iroidCo,..T..
were nlleced. Including forcible board-!"""" bonds
Ing and searching of vessels. Tbu wai ' Ht.Tir re in ci
became very bitter last June mid blood ijfB,d1li,y',li.p r
Was shed, ".wT.t.Kpc .
The Sallois Union denied that ltH!! YwWhVc.'.:'.
members had been guilty of unlawful "''' --.--
nets, mill In 11 rioss.cninplalnt charged o p" . . .!'. ."'
that the company had not come Into' ";.!' Co p c ..
court with clean hands. According tolHs'X?M&spr.
the iioas-complalnt, which was ilrnwn t Hon R t aTl.!:" 6 S c""
up by Attorney II, W. Mutton, plain- Kniuku Punt u. e p cZ
tiffs were members of an unlawful or-loinSs ug.llco'cpc' Z
ganlzntlou orgnnlzcd for the restraint oinSugirCo op e..
of trade, and Including the llnwallan- pf.MMMcVi'.7"'
Stemnshlp Company, the Dollar Sf,'lu A"'J Cojd,.
Stcamshlii Company. II. Ilnnlfv jc ( 7"i.S'i,Co.-.ii
tho Oceanic Stcamtlil'i Company the Sales Iletween IJuanls. 10 Wnla
Oregon Coal uud Navigation Company, '"" "0: i0 Walalua. 70 Session: 2u
Iho I'aclflc Coast Steamship Comp.ui. l:wH' 2,l7r,i 1000 - " & '- Bl. IW:
J. I). Hpreckels llrothers Compaii, f' l':wn '2,''B-
To)o Klsen Kalsba, Kwayne & Ilojt.l
the Master Stevedores' Association, the La'et sugar quotation: 88 analyttt
Cltl7cns' Alliance, the. Steam Hrli'uoii- beets, 8s. 9d.
its .Managers' Association and the l'a.'
clfle .Mall. Chronicle, Nov. 20.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Worry until weary of It then Dulle.
S I I
The Q lobe soils It cheaper.
Cheat the doctor, go to Wallele,
lint cup of (.otTee In tbe city.
Land Is for sale on King street. See
s ndvt. In today's Issue.
,.4? ! U'c roast and iliess turkps. iitirs mid
t -.--. .--o
'ducks for Thanksgiving,
, lu ml llnJiery.
Col. Sam Norrls offers for sale 50,000
o 1 1 neres of land In South Kona. See
";l ' .Want euliimn.
J ' I The Queen street skating rink Is
'open eery evening and Wednesday
land Saturday afternoons. Special mil
1 tic Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
,-!'?i T'"' Tl'anksglv;ng dinner at the
i.n mijni Hawaiian Hotel will he no small
"J affair Oysters, frogs legs, pheasants,
turl.eys, Australian lamb and green
pens, suckling pig, artichokes and iel
ery. In addition to the regular list. Tel
ephone for reservations.
At the nnniial meeting of Oconnlc
Lodge. No. .171, V. & A. M., held inr.t
night, the following officers were elect
ed to serve for tbe ensuing .Masonic
Jiar: Worshipful Master, Clms. A
Hon; .Senior Warden, .Merle M. John
son; Junior Warden, Clias. 0. Ilartlett,
Treasurer, Call J. Du lloo; Secretary,
ARE ABRIVIIIG AT
M. R. Counter's
by tvtry express and mall. Having bought direct from the factorlee
for cash, prices will rule low, consistent with quality and workman
ship, I will be pleased to have you call and Inspect stock.
1142 FORT STREET.
NOT A PREMATURE DEATH
lie got u day off, awny from home,
through the old dodge- of saying h
was going out shooting, but ho bad to!
iirliig bis wife a lino fat bare, for
which ho paid a good price at a poulterer's.
"All!" said his deceived wife, after
having sniffed a long time, "you did
light to shoot the poor thing. It was
tlmo It died." Sporting Times. '
SUGAR, 3.84 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s. 9 3-4(1
' William Williamson,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
ip y .a J 9 1 9 w
Is not only pure but5S
also wholesome and JJJ
delicious. Try a
case for horn: use.
POINT FOR BROWN
(Continued from Paat 1.1
lirown ballot on tho ground that It
was marked, tho X opposite Frank
Harvey's name having a circle around
lliu point of Intersection. Thu court's
decision was that the ballot bad been
Judge Clear mado an objection of
tho sumo character, thu mark being,
he claimed, distinctively opposite tho
offices of County Attorney and Audi
tor. Ills objection was overruled and
the ballot was declared properly
III own gained his first point when a
ballot, slightly torn on one side was
objected Io by Judge. Clear. The court
held that the ballot had been Improp
erly counted unless It could bo proed
that it bad been torn after leaving
the voter's hands. Drown gained ugaln
on n ballot which could bo lilentllled
by tho murk alter Harvey's name. An
other torn ballot for laukea vus
thrown out with tha same ruling as
Up to noon a little over one-half of
thu ballots In thu precinct had been
counted with thu result given abuvo.
After thu count In this precinct Is flu
lulled thu light will come over tbu torn
ballots nml It will probably bu bitterly
fought out, as Kinney wishes them to
be counted whllu Judge Clear wishes
them thrown out.
Among the near relatives of King ICilt
ward there Is none, perhaps, so entire
ly unfamiliar to the llrlllsh public lis
his nephew l'rinco Albert of Schlcswlg
llolsteln, only surviving son of the
King's sister Princess Christian. 1'rlm.u
Albert Is among the many distinguished
people, who nre at present "making u
euro" nt lloml.urg, but probably few
even of the ICngllsb visitors recognized
in him a grauuton of Queen Victoria,
uud son ot ono of the best-loved Kug
You cannot ulnas Judge a man by
his clotheb, but it is different with the
Shop lifter Storu elevator hoy.
Christmas Goods Now Open and
Ready for Selection
The people who choose CHRI8TMA8 GOODS EARLY are tho ones who net the greatest happl.
nest out of the holiday season, A careful, welf-conaldered telectlon, without haste or uncertainty, It
ture to result In a useful and appreciated gift.
We have a great variety of gift things to choose from.
Among them are
CHILDREN'S BOOKS, FANCY BOUND GIFT BOOKS,
NEW BUSTER BROWN SERIES,
Christmas Cards and Calendars
LATE POPULAR FICTION, LEATHER GOODS,
FOUNTAIN PEN8, BOXED STATIONERY,
PIANOS, ANQELU8 PIANO PLAYERS,
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd,, j
Ai-uflArHJiSM yuwmu nvm-umu,
Bulletin 75c per month
Cook With Gas
tnd save the many little annoyances,
as well as expense that follow the
use of fuel of other kinds. Gas Is
quick heating and cleanly with no
wood to chop and no ashet to carry
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
-l - JU.J i iiai
Creamery Table Butter
THE FLAVOR ALWAYS GOOD QUALITY
C, Q. Vee Hop & Co.
TEL. MAIN 251
Save- Not 'Stint'"
It our motto for ladles who are careful buyers of drest goods.
Goodt we price below have a variety of beautiful patternt, and the
range of qualities will permit a choice to suit any purse.
WOOLEN PLAID DRESS GOODS FROM 20c TO 90c PER YD
ruHnnckLiit joc per
We have a big stock of Japanese toys for the Holidays.
Wah Ying Chong Company,
KINO ST., EWA 8IDE MARKET.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
One of Many ot
M'Call's Patterns 1
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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