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EVHNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H . THlinSDAV, DEC. 1.1, ISO.
Babies' Bootees and Soft!
A . SPLENDID ASSORTMENT.
ESPECIALLY IMPORTED FOR
Little Men's Patent Oxfords, for 2
Christmas Tree and Christmas 3
Day Wear, 3
COME AND SEE THESE.
E & Mclnerny Shoe Store
FORT STREhl JJJ
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Tlio Iloanl of Supervisors of the
County of Knit.il hrlil Its regular meet
ing last Tiieflilay or rnthir those of the
tmuity fntliers who had been ablu to
reach I.lhiie In spite of thn storm, met
nml niljourneit to the next ilay for lack'
of a ciuormii.
On Wednesday enough members hod
met to make the transactions legal and
the business was then proceeded with.
The financial reports of thn Trior
nrer, the Auditor nml certificate of cash
In the Treasury by the chairman, Aud
itor and the Attorney were accepted
and turned over to u committee for re
port The County Itonil Supervisor repell
ed thai that the refunding lit Kealtl
hnd hren completed and that the fenc
ing of the pall at Kallhlwnl ns well
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Dec 13. 1906
NAME OP STOCK
C Bmwm Co ..
f Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Atncultur I Co
W. Com fc Sural Co..
Hawaiian Sufar Co ,
Honomu Sujrar Co...
Honokaa SirV C
Haiku Saf Co.
Cabuku Plantation Co
Kllxl Plantation Co IM
rip.liuto Svicat Co ....
Xoloa Sutar Co
Onomaa auiar Ca
Oatui Sugar c
Ooki'a Sucar Plant Co
Qlaa Suf.l Co LU
mawaiu u -
Paauhau Surar PiastCo
PacinrSasaf Mill ....
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pftakao Sugar Co .....
Plonatr Mill Co -. .
Walluku Sugar Co ....
Walluku Surar Co Si
Waluunalo Surar Uo
Wa'jiia. Mill Co
As soon as this Job iJKS5Js2KSc.
done the regrndlng of thn rest of the Hawaiian Eltctrlc Co
Kllaueu hills would be started, In Kn-,
walhau onu of the concrete cuhertn at
A Few of the Presents for Cent's
M. R. Counter's.
The Latest In UMBRELLAS, detachable Handle; at the Club you detach
the handle and put It In your pocket; It will be a reminder.
COLD-HEADED WALKING STICKS, TOBACCO JAR8,
MILITARY BRUSHES AND COMBS, SEAL RINQ8, FOBS, CHAINS,
LINKS, COLLAR BUTTONS, STUDS, TIE PINS AND CLASPS,
MATCH BOXES, ETC., ETC.
1142 Fort Street
An Eastern Chiid s
Christmas would be a Joyous one If they received a JAPAN
ESE TOY or DOLL, It would be sincerely appreciated for Its
uniqueness. Why not see our showing .of a low-priced stock?
Have You Visited
our store? If not, you don't know what a fine line of the very
lowest-priced Qent's, Children's and Ladies' Shoes we carry. We'd
like to have you see them.
Wah Ying Chong Company.
KINQ ST.. EWA SIDE MARKET.
Mutual T.ltphpno Co
I'apas, had been finished and the other. hii Ra'iToaa CoTIT
would bn completed III n few days. In "-B,Sonds
I.lhue the sheds for the machinery hint, HawTrr.ec HtaCi '
been erected nnd the construction ol !!w" '"'! ."" '
ntl ltivnt-lf.il ovtilinti mi tlin pjnwllln-llt ii.Y..u-
m.id would be complcled during """ih!" Tarr'lVlt'p.c'.'. .
week. At Kolon th regrndlng near tlip'HawGov. n..lU
wall had been done. In Wnlmea the ,,":....
linnnlshed grade at llanapepe WU3 ' Haiku Sutar Co' c 1
IMW .WH --"i -w a V
done and a number of minor repairs
had been effected. The report vrns ac
lepted nml placed on tile.
The Hoard authorii-ed the conllnil.
alien of Hie regradlug work ut Koo'ar.
In the district of lianalel.
Haw Surar Co lie
Hllo K R Co Con toe
Hon K T k L Co 0 f -Kakbku
Oar.u K fc L Co p
uanu sutar lot PC
riant .o .
hMw. Mill f- a .
It wiis decided to take the petlt'or.1 WaWua Atrk-Ct, j.
rrom Koloa for an Increase in the price 'ifw'."."!-.
of tunnel work on recommendation oti Sales Hetween
the Hoad Hunervlsor,
t,l I 4
Z I 7 I
lof . "
11 I 4
ta B 1-i
nlun As, (9; 31 O. It. & I- Co, !li; lo
In the matter of the road to the Cnlh-'O. II. & I- Co., $80: 25 l.-l S. N. Co..
olio Church In Koloa the llourd thoiwbt ' 130. HesKIon: 2,1 Mcllryde. fi; 4.',
it wise to defer action until more Itn- llw. C & S. Co., $81; 100 Mcllryde, ;.
Iiorlunt work In that district had been'
(omptfted. I Latest sugar quotation, 8. F., Dec.
Mr. Mcllryde t-allid the nttentlou ot 11, 88 analysis beets,, 8s 10 1-2d.
the Hoard to the fact that the Mc
llryde Sugar Co. had ngalu been uclliu
without the permission of the llojui
when crossing the .Short Cut road with
one of Its ditches. The company's oil-M-it
had left 11 hummock of some two
feel in the road, which had more than
enough of them before. It uus decide.l
that the Clerk write to the corporation
nuking them to remedy It immediately,
uiiil that the law regarding the cross
ing of highways should tut enforced, it
the demand was not 1 (implied with
LONDON BEETS, 8s. IOM-2d.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER,
Member Hon, Stock and Bond
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN
Dress Your Windows
WHILE YOU CAN GET
Good lace Curtains
AT THESE LOW PRICES?
CURTAINS, 21-2 .yds, long 50c per pr.
CURTAINS 3 yds. long $1.00 up to $1.25 per pr.
CURTAIN8 3.1-2 yds. long 11.50 tip to $2.75 per pr.
DRY QOOD8 MERCHANT.
1033 NUUANU 8TREET BETWEEN KINQ AND HOTEL.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
...n?.1 m..re ""ptable C hrlstmas present can you send a friend
than a case of
We will deliver It Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, Just as
you request. 'Phone your order now to
Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.
a -PT-.U iiawag'ggF ttttw""?
The Hoard decided to purchase four
iuiiIuh for road woik In Kawalliaii nnd
two for Koloa.
Considering tho bills on file, the
Hoard considered the demand of Mes
srs. A. F. Knudsen and K. W. Kinney
for $30 for u copy of the registration,
list excessive, and cut It down to $20,
J. II. Wilson's hills for $1901.32 and
$li2 88, assigned to II. O. Hall & Son
and Lewis & Co. tespectlvely, wera
turned down for the same reason tbut
Mr. Wilson's demand for the 25 pur
cent. Is icacrve had been refused at
a former meeting. Another bill from
Mr. Wilson for alleged damages to thn
amount of $1415.80 was also uiianb
The test of the bills were approved
to the lollowiiig umounts:: Halary
Hoad Supervisor, $215; pay of police,
$712; coroner. $11; road machinery
f 29.07; expenses or witnesses, $01,
expenses of election, $59.5; office rent
,$10; support of prisoners, $C7.C0;
iltoads and Hrldges: Waluicu, $2180..
'00; Koloa, 1181,10; I.llnio. $3210.48;
Kawalhau, $550,08; lianalel, $714.30;
Incidentals: Supervisors, $15; Sheriff,
$08,80; Attorney, $12; Auditor, $3.30;
i Treasurer. $1.80; Clerk. $2.05; Spo
.tlal Deposit: Wulmea, $021.91; Koloa,
.$205.50. Total, $8983.13. Oarden 1st
and. Dee. 10 1900.
jW'Tor Rent" carols on til at
the Bulletin office.
Christmas Calls For Confections
It wouldn't be a cheerful season without Candles and Cakes
"GOOD WILL TO MEN, TO EVERYTHING; THE LOVE OF TRADE IS EVERYWHERE."
This annual universal spirit Is felt at our establishment today. The season It both lessening and ad
vancing dally, and If you have not this spirit today, perhaps you will tomorrow.
"The love of trade" caused us to prepare for the Christmas buyer,
and this same love and "good will to everything" should bring you .here to
trade, where you can get every known confection at the minimum price,
to make the season a most cheerful one for yourself, family and children.
Here Is an assortment of CHRIST
MAS CANDIES that can't be equalkd
In the city: GUNTHER'S FANCY
CHOCOLATES, COSTUME BON
BON3, manufactured by THE PALM;
CHOCOLATEfi, BONBONS, FANCY
CANDIES, FRENCH AND OLACE
The Home of Good
Our bakery could bountifully supply
every family In Honolulu. If Quality
counts with ou, why not select what
you wish from this list of good things?
GERMAN HONEYCAKE, PEPPER
NUT and MATZIPAN PLUM PUD
DING, SCHAUM CONFECT, PASTRY
a'dd much to the season's cheer. Read
this list; there Is certainly something
hers you'll want: CHRI8TMA8
TREE ORNAMENTS, FANCY BOX
ES and NOVELTIES, NOTION8 IN
GLITTERING TINSEL and SHINING
116 Hotel Street
Phone Main 311
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin want ad, reduces both
the time and distance between you and
the thing you want.
The Olobe sells It cheaper
Cheat the doctor, go to Wallele,
Ladles there are exiollent ellts for
men at the Myrtle'Clgar store.
If your sewing machine needs repair
ing phone Hemiy & Co., .Main 488,
The Hawaiian band will play nt the
I toy n I Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
If you like doughnuts, something
very nice, buy at New England Uak
ery. Neatly furnished rooms at the Top
ular, $1, $1.50 and $2 per wek. 1213
When you are looking for Christmas
presents go to II. Culmau, dealer In
curios and jewelry.
A shoe order from Manufacturers
Shoa Co. makes one of the most sens
ible gifts you can glvi' for Christmas
Tlios. Lindsay, the Jeweler, has n
fine line of Jewelry to select holiday
gifts from. Prices arc surprisingly
Call nt Woman's Exchange for ca
uocs, small calabashes, and In faur
DVFrythlng In the line of Christmas
Treat your Iron roof to n. coat of
"Arabic." There Is no better preserv
ative made. California Keed Co.,
Albert Edward Manalakalanl, grand
ton of i:. K. I.lllkulant, died early yes
terday morning nt the residence of hi
Ilciiny & Co., repair sewing tun
ihlnes. They will call for and deliver
the machine with extra charge for
Wulklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Uergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance ubtoluttly lint class.
Klnest buthlng on the beach.
The Queen street skating Ink Is
open every evening and Wednesday
nnd Saturday afternoons. Special inu
tile Wednesday and Saturday evetikigs.
The grand Jury ndjourned at noon
yf.Mcrday out of respect for memory
of .Ins. Glrvln, who was one of tho
Jury commissioners for the Klrst Ju
The Metropolitan Meat Co. received
n quantity of New Zealand mutton by
the Sonoma today. This Is the
firm New Zealand mutton for sale lit-re
In several weeks.
The old powder magazine in the
Cnpltol grounds has been ruzed. Other
old buildings hiivu been removed nnd
Caretaker (Ireenc's oHlco Is now In the
basement, niauku side, uf the Capitol,
At a meeting of the Hoard of Con
trol of the Harrison Mutual Hurlal As
sociation held Nov. 30th, 1900, Asseas-
lueiil No. 5 wus called to be duo Dee.
)6th and delinquent Jan. 15th, 1V07.-
Tho transport dance, which was to
have been held at the Young Hotel root
garden tonight, has been postponed on
account of the Inclement weather un
til such time as the sun will once more
A Japanese employed in the work ut
discharging the cargo of the S, S. Arl
zonan, at the Ilackfeld wharf, was
seriously Injured last night by u full
ing stick of- timber. He was taken to
Tho Kanoehlwalanl Club will give
a dance at San An'.onlo tin 1 1 Saturday,
December 15 at 7:30 J), m. It. ..un.il"
will bo floor manager and Harry OIL
man musical director. Tickets will be
(or tala at the door.
(1 W. It. King has received a copy
ot the Snntn Harbaru Independent, giv
ing n statement of the plans ot Noah
arny, formerly malinger of tho Young
Hotel, for u new California hotel ut
Mlramar to cost $2,000,000.
The Seaside has pleuty of surl
boards, surf satuoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which art at the disposal of Its
guests. Itemember that the best bath.
lug and the beat surf for board riding Is
directly In front of the Seaside.
A concert will be given under the
uusplces of the Kaiuehumelia AluninuO
ut the Kumcliamehu School for Olrls
on Saturday evening, December 15th,
a p. m. The proceeds will bo used In
the Interest of district nursing. The
patronage of the public Is solicited.
Tho luylug of water mains nloug the
new extonslon of Metcalt street
through thn Highland I'ark section in
Maiioa Valley being nearly ilnlslted,
macadamizing of that new thorough
fare will commence tomorrow. When
completed, Metcalf street will provide
the long-looked-for other outlet frora
The Territorial Teachers' Associa
tion meeting tomorrow evening will
be held at the High School at 7:30
o clock. Messrs. Oartley and Wood ot
Hi" Promotion Committee will talk to
the teachers in regurd to promotion
work in Its relation to the schools ol
the Territory. Mis. Krasher will talk
ou lesson plans.
One of the men from the S. S. Aorun
gl wus painfully Injured while with a
lathing party at thu Aloha Hath llousn
yesterday. He dived from the platform
and struck a boat. Ho wus rendered
unconscious and with difficulty hauled
out of the water. Dr. Herbert attend
ed tho Injured man, who wus Inter
taken aboard his ship for treatment by
Hie ship's surgeon.
There will be u very special meeting
In the Salvation Army hall, corner uf
King uud Nuiianu streets, tonight,
commencing at 8 o'clock. Htv. W, 1).
Westervelt will give a btertoptlcon lec
ture, showlug Christmas bccucs und
Illustrations of the llllilu story. Thu
Salvation Army brass baud will pluy.
and there will be pleuty ot music nnd
good singing, The admission to thn
meeting Is free, and everybody Is cor
dially Invited to uttend.
Give Him a Fountain Pen
If you Y
Useful? Yes. Almost Indispensable to most men.
want a good fountain pen we have In our stock a splendid telec
Hon at a great range of prlcec.
Give Her a Handsome Purse
Our new stock of leather goods makes a good selection easy.
Fine purses In Seal, Alligator, Lizard and Mexican Carved Leath
er. Also Belts, Chatelaine Bags, Etc.
Give the Child a Picture Book
Pictures delight the children and educate them as well, This
Christmas we have a wonderful assortment of books
See our new volume of "Christy Girls." Only $3 for .the book
and a year's subscription.
Popular novels and beautifully Illustrated gift books In great
variety. Christmas cards and calendars.
DON'T MIS8 SEEING OUR STOCK.
Hawaiian News Company, Ltd,
I ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
ONLY THE BE8T IS WHAT YOU WANT IN
ALWAYS SWEET AND FRESH AND THE RIOH.
AMOUNT OF SALTINESS.
Denman Butter is the Best
JUST 8AMPLE IT.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
169 KINQ -sYTREET.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that Is P,URE Aflb
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and QIN
QER ALE the purest good manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
- 0. 8. LEITHEAO MANAQIB
J. F. MMgtn, Pr-.ldsnt; C.J. Campbell, Vie PrMMant, J. U M0Ua,
ocratar; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Cadge, Auditor! Frank Htfftaoa,
Hustace-Pck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST,
Fh-ewo.-d, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE .ND BLACK BAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
A Splendid Selection
Ladies Shirt Waists
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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