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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , SATURDAY, DEC. J9. HOC
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A NEW LINE OF INFANTS', CHILDS and MI8SC3 DAREFOTT SANDALS
Mclnerny Shoe Store &
mxsam:m.LMii,i' ' in jul? ! igi if'--j." .im! "- j'j'-i-.1"!"
It the bureau with a pretty cover.
You'll find here a large atsortment In quality, ilze and price.
They are ornamented In many different designs with drawnwork.
PRICES RANGE FROM 30c UP TO $2.00.
DRY GOODS MERCHANT.
1033 NUUANU STREET BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL.
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That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that It PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the puroit geode manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
Q. 6. LEITHEAD
ill (IS NOT
Pratt Injunction To Be
Although JiiiImi l)e Hull jesterda
dissolved th(! Injunction obtained by
Link MeCatnllisi uguliut (loernor
Carter to piuvent bis disposing of the
l.anal Inml, tin- mat lor i-.tlll rrmalua
mi o'icii unu mill Ihu status of tin? raff
Is pnn-tienlly nil It was before, nn the
liijiinctlnii rt'MrnlnliiK Kami Cutiimlrt
slouer Pratt from malting tbu cxeliatiKi'
I rtt 111 In Cone It will not be until
some tltllf after it wiek fiiitn next .Mini
ilny Hint the mutter will bo tlnnlly ilc
After Judge Do Dull bail dlssolwd
tbu Injunction hi far nn the (lovernyr
wan concerned, t In afternoon was Ink
en tip with the hearing on the itrimtrrrt
of Uinil Commissioner l'rntt to the
petit Inn of MtCamllerji for Injunction.
Deputy Attorn) (lenernl Kred Mllvcr
ton huiulUd this phasu of tbu case for
tlu Torrlloiy, Ills argument bIidwcii
careful anil exhaustive study of tbu
case, anil be quoted a Kre.it imniber ot
authorities and cited innti opinions In
support of bis rontcntloii that mi In
'Olvbliial could not Intel foro with nu of
lielnl act of a (lu eminent official tin
lens ho wiro liable for any loss or In
jury that might ivmiU. Ilu also nrgiiod
tbat thcrotl statutory authority for the
exchniut- of lands when those desired
b) the government are to be dutotetl
exclusively to public purpoKcs.
Judgo Uear, for McUul.dlesx, took th
Kriiimil tbat the Orgnnlc Act problliltH
thu wile of nioiit than 1000 acres lo one
person. Ilu also took tbu ground thai
u timmyci in personally Intcrcstel
wheru a loss of revenue was to lemilt
from an net, an In this case through
tbn slopping of rentals to tbu k em
inent from the IjiiikI IiuiiIh.
At B o'clock Gear wits Interrupted b)
Judge Do Holt, who suggested u mil
tluunnce. Neither ublu wished that,
mi It was aimed to submit the case oi
In-lofH. Ily niranceuient thu brief fui
thu roKimnileiit In to bo (lied by Tues
day mornlni;. Hint for thu petitioner b
Trblny mid thu reply brief for the re-i-iwndent
hy the followliiR Monday.
HOHOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Dec 29,1906
NAME OF STOCK
C limi Co .
Hlln Atricvltur J C
tuw un a zuir 1.0. .
nwinu-utr i. h.
Konomu Su(ir C.....
Honokaa SurV C -
It4iku Svtt ('o.-w
fTihuKU Plantation Co.
Kititl Hlantaiion Co LU
nina auffar u
HcHtyda Snffaf Co .
r 1.0 .
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A. MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KJNQ STREET. PHONE 37.
The Bulletin. 75cts per month
OfiAnaa Suvar Co..
OokiUSurar Plant C
Qtaa Sural Co Ltd .
plowalu Co... ..m.
Paauhau Sue ac PiutCc
Pala Plantation Co ...
Paaaakao Soaar Co .
Plonw r Mill Co .
w anuau uar lo , .
Walluku Suar Co Set
Walmanalo Awtar lioH
Wai.ni. Mill Co .....
Hon R T It L Co Coa
Mrfoal Taihona Co
Nahlku Rulitirr Co.,
Pal.t l'i . .
Aar ,.,. i
Oanu KkLCo ....
Hon. B, M. Co. ,.
Haw Tar a or HraCI
Haw Ittl I 4 pr
Rrfu lifting la5 .w
Ha Tir aM t c
Hairier y j. c ...
Haw Ttti'l iHr ...
Haw Gv a p (.
Cat Bt, Sue. t Ktl.Co
0 o.c . .
Haiku Suf ar Co 4 fi c
Haw Com V Sue Co p
tlawSuaar Coopc ...
Hllo H R Co Coo 4 a c
Hoa K T ll L C. 4 f t.
Kalluku Plant 4 4 ft c
Gafci H ft L C. 4 ft
OahuSutar Co4c M
Pala Plant Co
PtonMr Mill Co 4 c .
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Sales lietneen lloanls
T. ft U Co., romy $53;. 23
f.-.OPO O. It & L. Hit, 102,
II S. k Itef. fin, $10.1.
73; $3000 Cat.
Lateet eugar quotation, S. F., Dec.
), 83 analyeie beetvBt 10 1-2d.
LONDON BEETS, 8 II I-4
SUGAR; 3.87 cents
STOCK AND EOND BROKI
bulletin ASS. PAY
912 FORT, ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
There le no beverage more healthful ih3n thi right knd of
Beer. Barley Malt and hope a food anda tdrllc. Only 3 14 per
cent, alcohol juet enough to aid dlgeetlon.
But get the RIGHT BEGR-S THAT'S
Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.
I MAIN 341
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record Dec. 27, 1906,
F-om 9 X m. to 10:30 a. m.
l'eter Jospoh'to AiikmhI IT Laud-
5raf . . . .! Itel
IM of Auguetliiu Kuom by ailtura to
l'eter Joseph Itel
A Kaniminu to Moul Kninmiim I)
IlnMi Land filmp Co Ltd to Juiiioh'
K l'eny D
Allen & Itobliikon Ltd to Trs of Kt
of 8 C Allen AM
1) C Lindsay to II A Ilaldwln I)
Ann M Cook nuii hub to Ana I' Spnl-
illim ct al I'D
I. K Tlllon to YIiik Choy 1,
Entered for Record Dec. 27, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
"lit of'JiilletUTM Cobku by'cxor and
I tr lo Amos V Cooku Itel
'Amos F Cooku and wf to Cliarles
M Cooku Ltd 1)
J II Athorton Kst Ltd by recr.. Notice
John Knimoliitli by rcgr Notlco
llenrlattu Amoeblona to Mell (w)
.Mell and hub to Ilolirlattn Ainoehl-
Charles Kurneaiu and wf to Mrs
I nraoo W Smith D
German Sav & Loan Soc by atty to
I Kaplolanl Kst Ltd Pnrltul
IKaplolanl Edl Ltd to OorKo Tour.
' ny D
Simeoiin I'naluhl mid uf to Tropic
Agrctl Co . . Option
Slmoonii I'naluhl and wf to Ilaku
lau I'lantn Co L
New Years Closes The Season
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
vancing dally, and If you have not th is spirit today, perhaps you will tomorrow.
"The love of trade" caused us to prepare for the HOLIDAY buyer,
and this same love and "good will to everything" ahould bring you here to
trade, whore you can get every known confection at the minimum price,
to make the season c most cheerful one for yourself, family and children.
LOCAL AND iENEfiAL
Bulletin want advertising SELLS
the no-longer-wanted things.
Autos for litre at Ter. Stables.
Indian and Hnwn. goods. lir.S Port
Have your carriage repaired b the
Il.innllnti Carriage Co.
Senator and Mrs. V L. Coellio ar
rived In town from Maul yesterday.
A likely furnlfOitd collage near car
line Is for rent cheap. Adilrens X, Unl
Win, Kenlnknl ;:ave a hum ut I ."ho
last night lo celebrate his rramhou t
A lilom ban n pperlal line ot hosiery
tint e.inie too late for ChrlMiuiH Call
nml kcu It.
i:ieell(in of ofllrers at tliu reculai
I im-etliig of William McKlnley lilge.
I K. of I'., 7:20 o'clock.
A I). S. .Shipping Commlfsioner'H de
limit receipt for $300.liU, pa) able lo K
i:. Hboiles, tins been lost.
I The SI. luls College Alumni Akmi
clntion will give u ilnuce at l'rogress
llnll on New Year's live.
llev. C. K. Clinse. the representative
of the Western Tours niagmlne. re
lumed In the Mniinn Lou jesterd.i)
Then1 will bu no band concert on
Sunday, in the Hawaiian band nlll par
llrlpnte In the Itinera! pervlreu for thu
bite John linn.
Sluniiluit new hatH for ladles, pretty
hu'n forrlilldren nml swell "nulo" hnt.4
at Miss I'liwers' Millinery I'arlom, llos-
ton biillillng. I'ort street.
Pootball this afternoon 2;30 J. m ,
v. M. C. A vh Diamond Ilfnds; 2:V,
I'linnboiis vh Mnlles. Admlslnun 23o
Children under fifteen ulljbe admitted
The Inte Win. Ilnyttood, whoso death
Is reiHirtpd from Kurt ,11a) nrd, N. M.,
was a lacmlier of l'rtclnc Uidge ot
Masons and received his final degrees
troin It Inst year,
A Korean wns found hound to a tree
yesterday morning near Honokna,
where ho had been ull night. Ills coun
trymen bod tied him up ax a punish
ment for some slight crime.
The pictures which appeared In the,
photographic exhibition at tbu promo
tlon rooms will be sent to Kohala on
the Klnau next week for exhibition
Afterwnrds they will be seat to Hllo
and other Inland towns.
The Seaside has plenty of surl
boards, surf eanoes. Canadian canoes
etc., whlih are at the disposal of Its
guests. Ueinemher that the best bath
tnc and the best surf for board riding Is
dlreitly In front ot the Seaside.
Mrs. John Knu and daughters, the
Misses Mabel nml Clarlca Bna, and
son, Thomas, who arrived on the, Mon
golla, will return to Long Ileach
shortly. The whole family, wIlL ulti
mately go to Curopc, where the elill
ilren will complete their education.
Two of the enlarged photographs ot
local scenery which have been on exhi
bltlon In Los Anzeles have been dls
played at the promotion rooms. Otic
Is u Tantalus scene and the other shown
u grove of palms and u Illy pond on
Mr. Cleghorn'H premises at Aluahaii,
lowers & Cooke, Ltd.. regret to an
nounce thnt the pocket diaries for 1907
which they had expected for distribu
tion at ChrUtmna time have not yet
arrived owing. I. u ..i...c-el, to freight
congestion on thu rallrouu. ... , urn
looked for now- on the Sonoma and will
be sent out us soon us possible nfter
A sale that Is wire to draw llirllty
Hboppor Is Whitney & Marslt'a uiiiiunl
imislln underwear sale which will be
llbi oti Wednesday, January 2nd. The
sale is nn opixirtunlty for buyers am.
It Is no exaggeration to nay that tbu
bargains that will L-u I'lveu, iuu not bo
equaled. It will "well repay you to ur
nuigo to attend this sale. ''
There will bu an open eolf tourna
ment at Halelwn on Sunday and Man
ager llldgood will offer a cup as a prize,
The attrartlons nt the hotel on Satur
day and Sunday will be unusual, for,
1 1. addition tu the tournament, there
lll be ii dance on Saturday nlsht uml
the Knal orchestra will play during
meals on Sunday,
Alexander McC. Ashley baa been
appointed personal representative of
secretary of Agriculture Wilson In
thu Weather Ilureuu at Wnshlngtou
Mr. Ashley was formerly In charge of
tho crop and weather sorvlco Btatlon
ut Honolulu, lleforu coming to Ho
polulu ho was engaged in establishing
thu weather station nt Syracuse, N. Y.
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful designs, In Cuckoos, Trumpet ",;
era and email timepieces; all good timekeepers, '!
PRICES RANGE FROM .';
$1.50 up to $35
M, R, Gitun!erf Jeweler,
1142 TORT ST.
wp IWO irtwrtW,.ll
Crex Rugs 1
Just Received i
Come In and see them 5
COYNE FURlTURE CO.j
COR.N'KU HOTEL AN!) I'XIOX STS.
"Tho wines ns they break on the sand
Slug ntohu ami bid us to land";
Thu foam an It froths o'er the thu.
Whispers "ftalnler's right In tbu
"Tho Leer that Is not bilious."
. PHONE WHITE 1331.
J. K Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McUan,
8erstary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; H. E. Codge, Auditor; Prank Huftaca,
Hu-stace-Peck Co., Ltd '
DRAY MLElNc 63 QUEEN ST,
Fh-cwood, Stove and St carat Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 2.8.
Rhyme and Reason
"If you want to send some Jam away,
They are good value foi the price you pay,
Leave your order and to whom addressed
Mrs. Kearns will see to all the rest."
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PRE8ERVE3 AND MINCE MEAT
MAKE A DELIGHTFUL AND USEFUL PRC8ENT.
A Lauhala Hamper
Call and Inspect Mrs. KEARN'S SPECIALTIES FOR NEW
YEARS. SOMETHING NEWIi
Factory, Hotel Street
PHONE BLUE 1411.
Here Is an assortment of swell
CANDIES that can't be jequallod
In the city: GUNTHCR'S FANCY
CHOCOLATES, COSTUME DON
DONS, manufactured by THE PALM;
CHOCOLATEO, BONBONS, FANCY
CANDIES, FRENCH AND GLACE
FRUIT, Special prices given to
Church and Sunday Schools,
The Home of Good
Our bakery could bountifully supply
every family in Honolulu. If Quality
counts with you, why not select what
you wish from this list of good things?
OERMAN HONEY-CAKE, PEPPER.
NUT and MATZIPAN PLUM PUD
DING, 8CHAUM CONFECT, PASTRY
add much to the season's cheer. Read
this list; there is certr'nly something
here you'll want: FANCY BOX
ES and NOVELTIES, N0TI0N8 IN
GLITTERING TIN8EL and ShiNING
116 Hotel Street A
Phone Mam 311
A Happy New Year If the home Is
supplied with some of these good qual
CALIFORNIA TABLE WINE8.
MOTT'8 WEET CIDER.
HAYDEN'S i. .GIBSON'S WHI8
KIES and FRENCH CORDIALS.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.
Curosity often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
" don't try It with paper patterns. A garment spoiled exceeds
the cost of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Lid.
109 KINQ ST.
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