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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULV. T, H . MONDAY. DEC. 3. 190fi
E Children's Pumps 3
'Hiu lNsxweast and Sinurtwat Sunday
Danulnic or Party Slipper specially
urdard nm Miiuvomtecl by Mr. Ounn
tH luteat and proper dunotnx
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Dec 3.1906
NAME Of MOCIfJ Wli U
Prices, $2, $150, $33
Putwnt Kid und "Whits Conve. 52
ST Now on Exhibition ?
g. Mclnerny Shoe Store $
IjS FORT STREET J
uiUiUiiuuiUiui m muiuiiUiuuiUi
Won Suit Against The
Makee Sugar Co.
I C Buir ft Co i
tut Planiaiicn C
, Hawaiian Artttuiiui l-o
rt.waM.rSuf.ar Co .
I HunoaiuSurar Co.....
I Hcnokbuf'Co .
Haiku Sorar Co
Katiuku FlantaUon Co.
Kind Manutlo Co LU
Klp.tiylu SujH Cn ....
toioa ur ar uo
I fl.hu Suva. t'.a ....
Deputy Attorney Ucncrnl Pressor rHoiT?"sYr" VuM ci'
There, Xmas Buyers
WHY NOT COME HERE?
Wc are over on Nuuanu street but our prices make It worth
your while to visit us.
Now aren't these prices magnetic?
10;4 Cotton Blanket 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
Woollen Blankets from $5.00 up to $1000
Men's Fancy Shirts 60c and 75c eaerl
' Our Xmas Stock of LACES and RIBBONS are a magnificent exhibition.
turned yesterday murnlnf; from Kauai, jQUsIsfiitiilis,,..
whrro lio hail been for the Inst few (lavs I Paautiau !oaf MiaalCo
i Par irr Supar Mill ....
lpnrpffnthiir Hip 'IVriflnrv In lh tnK . P. la 1'l.inlatlon Co .1,
iatp of Hi Territory vs. the Maker Sue-' pS".mm"1" ?lH
nr Co. lie succeeded lu obtaining u. WaialuaAfticuiwralC.
Judgment In fnvor of the Territory. wtmii Suz'r Co 'ii
Tho declilon of Judge Hardy was wIIS'mim'c"."?."
I he effect that tho Malice Sugar Com- MiscFLiANtdl'is'
inny must )ay $0100 In tuxes, n penalty Ji'JiViVJj! ViacStTci'iJ
or siiu and interval rrom .May id ai me Houkta lcofu..,,
tate of 10 .er cent. )itS,Ttiti& '.
The rains uro doing n i;rcat deal of o.tu RlL c... .
good on Knual according to reports .rb'.m. &.'.'.'.'.'.
brought by Mr. 1'rossor und while he BON?i cit
was thero the downpour was almokt ' h'w-im'l 4 p r
Continuous. I Hiumtiii ly5 -..
1 s 4 . HawTer l r c.,....
In.w Mrr I i p. "...
H. Gtv p ., ...
. Cal lit. San. ft Ral.Co.
I Haiku Sur.r Co pc
naw com sue i-o , p.
Haw Sujrar Coop c ...
Hllo K l( CuConoa e
Hon H T b L Co p -Kaliuku
Plant Co p c
Oahu M ft L Co 4 p -Oahu
Sugar CoCpc -.
Olaa Suiar Co a p c...
Piontar Mill Co 4 c -
waiaua Aric c. 5
lyca a. co. a a-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If a Bulletin want ad. falls to sell
Itsend for the Junk man.
DRY QOODS MERCHANT.
1033 NUUANU STREET BETWEEN KINQ AND HOTEL.
Raise Of $2 a Thousand,
Made By Big
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH. MELLOW and DIN
OER ALB the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
Sail I'ranelsi'O, Cal.. November 22.
Tho lumber combine yesterday made
a horizontal raise of $2 per luOO feet
on rough fir. common lumber, lire door-
Iiik. lednood, rough common, and $1
per $1000 feet on redwood ruugh clear
anil clear xtock patterns. Cedar
tdilngtes ucrti rained '1Z cents a tliou
xnnd. The comllno dealeps ascribe the In
crease to u Hlmltar action on the part
of thu northern mills und loggtrx.
Sales Iletweeu. lioaids: 10 Oah'l
Bug .Co., $120. Senslcjp:, : Kwa. YU.M;
VI Klhel, $S.25;-R0 Kwur$2l.7r,.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.B7 cents.
LONDON BEETS, 3$, II l-4d
SUGAR, 3.87 cents
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Watch tomorrow for a rllt offer to
i Bulletin readers.
'I be Globe sells t cbNper,
Cheat the doctor, go to Wallele.
Uett tup of i od t ip tbs 4M.y. Nf
Hpeclal prices on silks and satins,
Knickerbocker Phlrt waists and floss
plllowK at Hachs.
.Mosrulto-pnx)f rooms, alio Iioikp
keeping rooms, am for rent at the Ala
ken House, 1077 Alaken street.
A cordial Invitation Is extended by
the Hrtchs Dry (loods Co to attend tlnjlr
holiday opening, which begins today '
The Queon irtreet skating rink Is .,
open every evening and Wednesday
and Saturday afternoons. Speclul mil-,
sic Wednesday and Saturday evening!).
If ymt arc buying anything In thi
Jewelry line for Christmas you should
tee the Hawaiian Pawn Co., Nuuanu
near King street.,
Herman Waller, a member of l ho
'"Federal (Irand Jury, from Knunl wni'
excused for the rest of the term by
Judge Dole this morning, !
The contest of pIpcIIoii by W. II I
Cotnwell of Maul will probably be HI. (I
In Hip Supreme Court tomorrow morn-,
ing as the contestant leaves for his
hr.nip on the Klnaii tomorrow. ,
TIip regular monthly meeting .f .he)
tlooutu ami lloola I -ah til will be til.l
nt the Kaplolnnl Maternity Home We l-i
lieday, December Ti, 19U(, nt 10 a. m.
All members are requested to attend, j
Suit was (lied this morning In thej
Circuit Court by Yasutnro Ota against '
the Oahu Hallway nud l.ind Co for!
J.VJ00, It Is claimed that a train kllle.l I
a child of the plaintiffs near Kwa mill!
on October 10, on account of the I'.ei;
llijnce of the defendant.
I'hc Kederal Clrand Jury recom
menced Its session this morning In
Judge Dole's Court und a large num
ber of witnesses were lu attendance.
There nrp no very Important cnso.4 to
come up. Ono of the most Interesting
Is that of Dora Lancaster and William
.Monroe, charged with adultery.
The (piarteity session of the M. H.
Church oHIrlat bo.ird will meet this
eunlng for the purpose of securing nil
nssl.itaut for Mr. Wadmaii. whose
duties will be in tour around the l'
lamK doing some general missionary
work, lllshop Hamilton has had lu
view two young men for the work and
one of them will be appointed, lie Is
a limn of excellent reputation and Is a
member of the New York confeienee.
I e. orm m .
ARE ARRIVING AT
M. R. Counter's
by every express and mall. Having bought direct from the factories
for cash, prices will rule low, consistent with quality and workman
ship, I will be pleated to have you call and Inspect stock.
1142 FORT STREET.
In California Wines, our Superior BURQUNDIE8, CLARETS
AND WHITE WINES. And at an Inducement we will sell a lim
ited quantity of the above Tablt Wines at
PER CASE OF 1 DOZEN QUARTS AT $4.00.
TRY A CASE.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
IC9 KINQ STREET.
la a characteristic of nearly all beers, but Is only one of the
essentials of Quality.
THE KINO OF BOTTLED BEERS
Is not only Pure and Carefully Sterilized, but Is brewed from
the very choicest materials obtainable Barley-Malt from
cound, thoroughly ripened grain, Hops of the flnsst quality and
Ye'aot of special culture. A beer of exquisite taste and de
lightful flavor Is the result.
BUDWEI8ER Is bottle only at the Home Plant.
FIND A RENEWAL OF
STRENGTH ANO VIGOR IN
Don't wait unllhyou are run
down but take it Viow.
Order a case from the brew
ag9g!W- ,L- J L ' .1 41 1. 1H IL i l l JMttll I II I UJII.BII
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Time To Choose
The earlier you choose the better. You are bound to get a great
deal more pleasure out of the holidays than by waiting until the
Children's books, fancy bound gift books, new Buster Brown
ssrles, Christmas cards and calendars, late popular' fiction, leather
goods, fountain pens, boxed stationery, pianos, Angeus piano play,
ers, music and musical Instrumsnts.
Creamery Table Butter
THE FLAVOR ALWAYS GOOD QUALITY SUPERIOR A
TASTE CONVINCES! ',. .
C. Q. Vee Hop & Co.
TEL. MAIN 251 V
olNi; SAILS rl
To the woman who personally su
perintends the household affairs there
is nothing approaching a Gas Stove
for economy and cleanliness. There
Ic na overheating a kitchen when you
use a GAS STOVE.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Kodaks Make Ideal
Hawaiian News Company, Ltd,
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDINQ.
The thought of a Kodak vanishes all
perplexity as to what to give for
Christmas. Be the recipient old or
young a kodak can not fall to delight.
Even though the Intended recipient
already has a Kodak, there are sole
leather carrying cases, tank developing machines, genuine seal
grain leather covered albums, etc., any of which would be greatly
appreciated. If you want mo'e suggestions, send to us for Illus
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Tho S. 8. Suverlc sails tomorrow
for San I'ranclsc to illscbargo her car
go of 9000 Ions of cement. From San
Francisco she Is to go to Seattle to
discharge thu remainder of the cargo,
consisting of general merchandise.
The Suverlc has the distinction of
living the largest tramp nteamshlp
alloat. She has a carrying capacity
ul 12,000 and a register of 4401 tons.
Shu was launched last June, being
built by Ilusscll of l'ort Glasgow and
englncd by Rowan of Glasgow. She
was built especially for thu carrying
of troops In the, Japanese-Kusslan war,
but was not completed In time to be
used lor that purpose. Shu Is partic
ularly well fitted for the transporta
tion of Immigrants, there being plenty
of room for hundreds of bunks. She
carries n large number of boats, and
during thu recent voyage many of the
male Immigrants prefened to sleep In
these rnther than below.
Tliu Suverlc belongs to thu Bank
line, which has besides her 18 steam
ers and 31 sailing vessels, most or
them engaged In the carrying trade in
the Orient, One of the salting vessels,
the Trougute, came to Honolulu about
three ears ago with a cargo of salt
Although yesterday was Sunday and
tho tlrst day in port, both men and of
ficers got only salt meat, very much
to their Indignation, It was au ac
count of nu oversight on tho part of
the steward, who forgot to order fresh
meat the da before.
Second Engineer James O. H. 11.
Campbell enjoys the distinction of
having seven medals for saving life
and three tor extinguishing (Ires. Most
of them were won whllo ho was chl"f
engineer lu the Holyhead Mall boats.
Save Not Stint' "
Is our motto far ladles who are careful buyers of dress goods.
Goods we price below have a variety of beautiful patterns, and the
range of qualities will permit a choice to suit any purse.
WOOLEN PLAID DRESS GOODS FROM 20c TO 90c PER YD.
FLANNELETTE 10c PER YD..
Wc have a big stock of Japanese toys for the Holidays.
Wah Ylng Chong Company,
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
.? , aaiaiaai i I
IT 11 i MILKMAN
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Joe Itomauo was arrested toduy by
Officer Dens on a warrant charging
him with shooting nt his milkman, J.
Iloinano claims that some oue has
been stealing his milk of late, bo he
laid for the thief. Karly this inornlnu
ho heard someone enter the yard, so
he threw open the window mid fired
tun shots nt inudow Some ono cried
out: "Don't shiHit; I'm the milkman,'
llomauo says he Immediately cuine
out and apologized fur shooting, saying
it was all u mistake. Hut upologlis
didn't hoothe thu Inured feelings of the
milkman, who had thu shooter arretted.
Tli Weekly Edition or tbs Evenlni
Bulletin gives a complete- luniiuary of
its nstvH of tbs day far Ml a yse
lllutiV bunks of all sorts, hdguri
etc, mumifuclurtd by tlio llulletlu I'ub
For One Week
Saturday, Dec. 1
Japanese Plain Color Silk, present
Price, 35c; Sale Price,
Fancy Silks, present price, $1.25 ;
Sale Price, .
Fancy Silks, present price, $1.25;
Sale Price, . . . $1.00
Peau de Soie, present price, $2;
Sale Price, . , . $1.50
. Others at equally low prices
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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