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Babies' Bootees and Softl
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT.
ESPECIALLY IMPORTED FOR
The poultry show entry book cl03e3
at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Dp
(.ember 15, The birds Rill be received
nil day Tuesday and up to 12 o'clock
Widuemluy noun, Judging commencing
one hour later Kntrles it ml picmliims
arc open to everybody, and the exhl
billon commlttte want every good
Fjieclmeti of in cry variety possible to
be exhibited, Premium lists nnd entry
blanks are to be bad of thn secretary,
St, C. Sayres, 34 IJueeii stieet, with
McChesney & Sons,
Little Men's Patent Oxfords, for
Christmas Tree and Christmas
COME. AND SEE THESE.
E Mclnerny Shoe Store - 3
gS FORT STREET jg
7iUUU..U.U.U...ii Ui UiUiUtUiUiUiUiR
A Few of the Presents for Cent's
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Dec 14.1906
NAME OF STOCK
C Slawtr Co -
CWft PltOUtlOHi.0 .O JOOOOgc
Hawaiian Africultur J Col i.ko.ox
Haw Com Sum' f ..ii.,-...
HoBcimii Suaat Co.,
Konokaa Susa Co
Haiku S.rar Co -Ktliuku
Klhtl PlinuUo Co M
Kl.ahulu Sujaf Co ....
Additional Cable News on Page I,
Pittsburg, Dec, H. Ilooo, the loarh
man indicted for perjury In ronnec
tlim with the Ilartjo dlwirco casp, has
been sentenced to six years in Jail.
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OLD STYLE GOES
Washington, Dec. 14. President
Itoosevelt will revoke. Ills order for the.
use of the leformed spelling In olllclnl
Xoloa Soiar Co
lu Sural Co LM
ot.a Sugar Uxm.i
WOMEN FIGHT POLICE
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.
GOLD-HEADED WALKING 8TICKS, TOBACCO JARS,
MILITARY BRUSHES AND COMBS, SEAL RINGS, FOBS, CHAINS,
LINKS, COLLAR BUTTON8, STUDS, TIE PINS AND CLASPS,
MATCH BOXES, ETC., ETC.
1142 Fort Street
An Eastern Child'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?
Iiudon, Dec. 14. Member of
women's KiiffraKP Iphkuo nnd their
sympathizer attempted to hold a
meeting jesterday at the House of
Commons. The attempt resulted In an
exciting fight with the police, during
the course of which several of the suf
fragists were urrcnteil,
Paauhao Sugar PilnlCo
Pacuic aosar mm ...
Pala Plantation Go a
Ptpaekto Sugar (.0 ....
Walluku Sniar Co .,.".
Walluka Sugar Co Set
Wakna. Mill Co
Ialtr-lalas4 StaamN Ct
Hawaiian El.cule Co i.
Hon R T It L Co Con .
Mutual Tal.phoM Co
Oatrn K It L Co..
Hllo Ha'lroal Co .....
Hon. B.aM. Co
Haw Tar a or (HraCI)
KefunO'iliE; lacs ...H
Haw Tarr'l 4M p c... .
Hw Aov a ft t
the! Cat, Ut. Suf. ft Mai Co.
lalko Sural Co i c -
Cora sue uipt
a i t
Sf l t
MURRAY NOT QUILTY
has been acquitted.
Dee. 1.1 Murray
Paris, Dec. 13. Summonses have
been Issued charging those who at
tended the services held In the
churches yesterday with being present
at Illegal assemblies,
Suffar Co toe
Hllo K R Co Coo 4 p e
Hoo X T ft L Co p
Kakoku Plaol Co t p c
Pala Haw C
Pltwaar Mill Co p c
Walalua Arl( Co s
Sales Session: C Kwa, $2.V
Latest sugar quotation, S. F., Dec,
13, 83 analysis beets, 8s 9d.
Have You Visited
our store f If not, you don't know
line of the,wery
lowest-priced Gsnt's, Children's and Ladles' Shoes we carry,
Wah Ying Choug Company,:J
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
Dress Your Windows
WHILE YOU CAN GET
Good Lace Curtains
AT THESE LOW PRICES?
CURTAINS, 21-2 yds. long SOc per pr.
CURTAINS 3 yds. long $1.00 up to $1.25 per pr.
CURTAINS 3-1-2 yds. long $1.50 up to $2.75 per pr.
. L. Ahoy,
DRY G00D8 MERCHANT.
, 1033 NUUANU STREET BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL.
SPRECKEL3 TO BUILD
Hau Dlego, Dtc, 13. Clans Hpreckcls
has annnumed his Intention of hiilht
lug it 'rallriKJtl tmiiifftliig this pl.icc
LONDON BEETS, 8s. 9(1.
SUGAR, Jj82 cents
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 812 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN ,12.
What more acceptable Christmas present can you send a frlenal
than a case of ,
, ,11, M .-!' 9
!,. t '-II ' i
Pit -t Il I . ' ' !
. - l ' l.'UI.
We will dtllvsr It Christmas Eye or, Christmas 'Dpy,- just at'
you request. 'Phone"yoUr 'ordttr now to
Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
5? P going to have a Fresh Supply
j Choice Live. Turkeys j
I On S.S. Alameda, Dec. 2Jst, 1906 1
j C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. f
TEL. MAIN 251
f T o,.0"a)a.ij T aiaa..B.j4a.To. ajOK (!) i
Christmas Calls For Confections
It wouldn't be a cheerful season without Candies and Cakes
"GOOD WILL TO MEN, TO EVERYTHING; THE LOVE OF TRADE 18 EVERYWHERE."
This annual universal spirit Is felt at our establishment today. The season Is both lessening and ad-
If you will mark everything In this
Issue of the paper which Is of real and
direct Interest to you, the chance are
IU.I U. CI.iIIa4Im um . nl.,mnB
will be more penciled than any others. l
The alobe r.ell.1 It cheaper
Cbeat tbe doctor, eo to Wallele,
The Shrlners' parade takes place to
morrow at 2 p. m
Antlers will be placed tin seeral
new Klks this evening.
Immigration Agent 1'. It Stackabie
Is fit present In lindon.
If your sewing machine needs repair
ing phone Denny & Co., Main 4SS,
If )oii like doughnuts, something
very nice, buy at New England Uak
Nfjtly furnished rooms at the Top
jiilsr. $1, l.r.O and li per wek. 1!I3
: Tort street.
The first of an issue of Philippine
Martins arrived here yesterday on let
, lerr from Manila.
Oaliu Iidge, No. 1, K. of !'., villi
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In K. of
I'. Hall, King street.
Poultry show entries close tomorrow
nt A p. m. at tho ofllco of V Medics
ney & Sons, (ucen street.
Tho trustees of the Chamber of Com
merce and Merchants' Association will
meet next Wednesday at 3 p. m.
.Smoked Hnapper Just arrived from
Nev. Zealand for J, M. Levy & Co.
Don't miss this treat. Timlin Main
There was a good attendance at the
Illustrated lecture of thn Itev. V. I),
Westerelt nt Salvation Army Hall last
Tho Red' Men Will hold their regular
meeting tonight. Members aro partic
ularly requested to attend, us now olll
cera will bo elected.
If .vim buy your Sooil itl coal from
tho Pacific Transfer Co. It will be de
livered to your homo promptly nnd
without extra charge.
A meeting to discuss tho disposition
of Hie relief fund scut to San Fran
cisco to aid Hawaiian In the stricken
city, will be called soon.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by V. C.
tlergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathlug on the beach.
Senator-elect W. J. Cocllui returns
to Maul tonight. He has spent his
time whlln here looking up mutters of
Importance In k'glslatlvo wuiK.
When the weather Is hot '(Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. Vhcn tho
weather Is wet "Arable" will, prevent
rust, California Feed Co., usflitH.
.The yfieen street skBtlnrlrlnk Is
(Ven every evening and: Wednesday
nnd Saturday afternoons. SptcUl mu
sic Wednesday and Saturduy evenings.
The Anti-Saloon League met yester
day afternoon at i o'clock in ih'4 Y.
M. C. A. parlors. The ineetlngnnH
well attended and-several odestlotis of
Mmieruisr werettllstjsad.'f(. t
A (10. H. Pavlitlhas been uppolnted
uorne)Viniia ageui iot tuu Illinois
Surety Co. of Chtcugo, one of the.
itrongejt and best known surety com
pauiex in, the United Slutes.
Thn rainfall reported by the
Weather lliireau for the 24 hours end
lug 8 p.-m. yesterday was 3:1C lnrhe.1,
ugalnst an average of 0.49 for tho same
date for the past seven years.
There being no iiioru.ii pro-ert the
annual meeting of the llealuui Y.ulit
& lltiut Club was jiostioned last night
until Thursday night of next week,
when It will he held at thn Republican
Tliti case of Robert Condon of the
Greater New York Saloon, charged
with Hulling adulterated liquor, was
heard before Judge Whitney yesterday
afternoon. Decision was reserved un
til next Tuesday.
The Seaside bss plenty of ami
boards, surf aauoes, Canadlau canoes
etc., which art ut the disposal of Us
guests, ltemembtr that the best bath
Ing and the best surf for' board riding Is
directly In f rout of the Seaside.
A well attended meeting of the Ha
waiian Kiigluceriiig Association wax
held ut tho rooms In tho Kaplolam
building last night. Papers dealing
with the preparation of denatured al
cohol wero read by Marstou Campbell
and K. Kopke, Further discussion wlli
be bud on thu subject from time to
Joe Courud, ut present In charge ut
u large Importing house In Yokohumu,
sent his aloha to his muny (rlemls here
by the general freight clerk of thu
Nippon Muni. Tommlo McCombe, so
well kuown here In former years us tho
purser of the Australia. McComb re
ports Conrad us doing llnely In busi
ness mid being In thu best of health.
Give Him a Fountain Pen
. Give Her a Handsome Purse
Useful? Yes. Almost Indispensable to most men. If you
want a good fountain pen we have In our stock a splendid stlec.
tlen at a great range of prices.
Our new stock of leather good makes a good selection easy.
Fine purses In Seal, Alligator, Liiard and Mexican Carved Leath
er. Also Belts, Chatelaine (lags, Etc,
i Give the Child a Picture Book
Pictures delight the children and educate them as well.
Christmas we have a wonderful assortment of books
; Other Suggestions
See our new volume of "Christy Girls.'
and a year's subscription.
Popular novels and beautifully Illustrated
variety. Christmas cards and calendars.
DON'T MISS SEEING OUR STOCK.
Only )3 for the book
gift books In great
Hawaiian News Company, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
ONLY THE BEST IS WHAT YOU WANT IN
ALWAYS SWEET AND FRESH AND THE RIOH-1
AMOUNT OF SALTINESS.
Denman Butter is the Best
JUST SAMPLE IT.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
169 KING STREET.
vanclng daijy, 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 hers 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 CANDIE8 that can't be equalled
In the city: GUNTHER'S FANCY
CHOCOLATES, COSTUME BON
BONS, manufactured by THE PALM;
CHOCOLATES, BONBON8, FANCY
CANDIES, FRENCH AND GLACE
The Home of Good JHF
' Things lilt
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 HONEY-CAKE, PEPPER
NUT and MATZIPAN PLUM PUD
DING, SCHAUM CONFECT, PA8TRY
add much to the season's cheer. Read
this list; there Is certainly something
hers you'll want; CHRISTMA8
TREE ORNAMENTS, FANCY BOX
E8 and NOVELTIES, NOTIONS IN
GLITTERING TINSEL and SHINING
116 Hotel Street
Phone Main 311
RESULT OF ACCIDENT
From the Coast tiles It is learned
that Mrs, Stuart Dunbar, formerly
MUh Genevlete Dowsett, died us tho
result of uu accident. It seems that
she went to make fast a boat thut was
going udrift and Jumping, cap
Hlzcd the licit ami fell Into
the water. She recovered tho drifting
boat and making her way to the houso
run upstairs to change her wet clothes.
The shock of thu Ice-cold water and
tho attendant excitement caused her to
faint as Boon us bbu ascended tho
stulrs. She never regained lunsclous
liess and died after being lu tills con
dition for three, days.
Tht BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulls
tin and tht Wsskly Edition, gives a
coilclss and complete rssuma of all le
gal notlocs, calls for tendsrs, Judg
ments, building parmlts and rsal es
tate transactions. Evening BuUstlh,
75 par month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 par yaar.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda watsr that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
i ti" .
Consolidated Sbdn Water Works Co
. Telethonc Main 7 J
J. F. Murtjati, Pnioldenlj C.J. Campbell, Vic PrasWsnt; J. L. Mcl.aan,
Secretary;, A.. Clark; Treasurer; N- I. Gidge, Auditor Prank Htftrttc,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
A Splendid Selection
Ladies' . Hand-Embroidered
Ladies Shirt Waists
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.