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KVKNINO fll l.t.irrlN, HONOLULU. T II., WEDNESDAY, JAN 2,
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, 1907. " 5 'l V.
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FOR HARRY MURRAY
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jan 2.1907
LOCAL AND GENERAL
"Yen, there will lip a number of
rhnnges In llin clerical form, ns well
i.s In (lie captains ntul oilier police po
tltlnns," said Sheriff-elect luukeit thin
morning. "Some nf theso chnnges nre
now under consideration, hut most of
lliem will not he mnde until 1 linve
nctunlly taken office, nnd cim learn
wliero changes nre needed.
"Ych, there will certainly he n
change In the chief clerkship," mi
swered the Colonel, when nuked with
legard to this position, which Is now
held hy Marry Murray.
"I expect to try to Keep ntiont the
H.imo number of officers as at present
In begin Willi. Afterwnrds, nfler I see
where cuts nnd reductions can lie
made, I III of courre" make them."
A NEW LINE OF INFANTS', CHILDS and MIS3F.S DAREFOTT SANDAL3
Mclnemy Shoe Store
Good Por A
Many la the tlmo when a good "ready-to serve" dish comet In
Handy. .Heinz Baked Deans with or without Tomato Sauce fills
this demand to a nicety. They are ready to serve from the tin, for
they arc good hot or cold. Nice for luncheon on a busy day, for the
lunch basket, for a "bed-time extra."
The ixistpniipd tennis tournament of
the Pacific Tennis Club will ho held
Bntuiilny, .Inn. S; play will begin at
1 o'clock. A flue lunti under the ill
ruction of It, I). .Mend, will lie Ferved
nl 12 o'clock; Hits will prove nil allur
HEINZ BAKED BEANS with Tomato Sauce
HEINZ BAKED BEANS plain
HEINZ BAKED BEANO VEGETARIAN (no pork)
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Morris Koscnhlcdt, who bought the
Henry Mncfnrlano resilience on Puna
Item street at miction Inst Monday, has
leased It to Mrs, MacDonnld, who will
lie It for n sub-urban hotel. Hho has
to glu up her present establishment
In the hewers place nt Wnlklkl, ns her
It-axe expires. Kim wilt move Into the
Mncfarlaue place In February.
I ! ! II III I
NAME OF STOCr
C Fifwff ft Co ..
Fwfc PlrtallaA Co ...
Hawaiian Atficoltm 1 C
Hawaiian Sural C
Honnnm Sur f Co .
HonoVn SasyCo ...
Htivn Sunr (-o .
kTh..l. DLnfatlnil O.
KihM plantation Co Ui
IlJaVilU bllf"!" ...
Coin Surar Co ...
Gari'l SHaf Co ....
Onnmrl Stisar Co
Ooki'i 'it" Pi( Co
8U 5rl Co Lli
lawilu Co .....
pacinr suar mi
Pita Plantation f'o ...
PpffkoSuiaf Co ...
Plnn, Mill La .
Walalua Ajiliull'inl Co
wan;iu Micar li ....
Wallukil Sugar Co Sti
wauna Mill L,
HawalUit fclacttlc Co .
Hon H T tt L Co Com .
Mrfnal Tirhon Co .
Nahltii Kulilicr Cn..
AMra . . ., .
Oahu ,; tt L Co.H.HM
lion. U.A M. Co
Haw lm t 4 re
tw Tar ttf ,t WH
HawrTrriH f C
Haw Trrr'l M p. ci .
Haw Wf p f . ....
Cal. Ul. SJ. ft Ret.Cn,
Halkd Sopar Co n p e
Haw Com & Sue Co s r
naw urar taipc..,
HllnP. Ci Con C -'.
Hon R T Si I Co n -
Kantiku Plant Co ft f
Oahu R ft L Cot re
wanu auiar uooi.
P.ontr Mill Co p e H
AUllryda S, Coat-.
It. I 1 H. ?rt-1;
J0!l. ?S0UD Wnlnlua !
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Bulletin want advertising
the no-longer-wanted things.
Autos for hire at Tor rfUiblcs. !.;
IiiiIIrii nnd Hawn. riv1s, U5S Kort.
A notice of Interest tn notaries pub
Up nppp-ire In this Issu
The Democratic Cmnt Committee
will hold n inectlim this eenlug.
An assistant bookkicpcr for planta
tion Is wiiutrd. See ml this Issue.
Judge Henry E. HlRhton's londltloti
nt noon today Is said lo be about the
mine ns nt previous leport.
A bnby boy was born to the wife ul
Solomon Ktikiimurn this uinmlng nml
belli the mother nnd child nrp dolns
A ineetliiK of the Honolulu Mich
School Alumni will be held Friday
nlRht nt the IIIkIi School hulldlUK at
Mrs. Jnincs, the woman who wr-i
ilwt by her husband dny before ycs
tenia). Is reported In n very critical
condition today noon.
Tho excciitlvo coiumlttce of Ihu lie
publican Central Committee will hold
mi I'xecuthe session nt headipiarterr
nt ":.1U o'clock tbli evening.
There were 38 cases before .IiuIkc
Whidiey this mornliiK ns the collec
tion oer Now Year's Day. None of
IIipiii were serious matters, being the
regular allowance of New Yonr's
The steamship Novadan sails lo
night for Knnunpall and Knhuliil,
where she will finish loading sugar
Her cargo from this city amounts to
I.3KS Ions, though when loaded ubc
will lake over 5.000 Ions.
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful designs, In Cuckoos, Trumpet
ers and small timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$L50 up to $35
M, ii teer, Jeweler.
1142 FORT ST.
w.aia, iTt-vatta'- a a1 -
00 I -a
Iloan's; ?li2,0O0 O
?fi5,0(i0 Wnlaluii f.h
Latest sugar quotation, 8. F., Dec.
20, 83 analysis beets, 8s 10 1-2d.
Come In and see them
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
COJtXKU IIOTKL AXI) UXIOX STS.
i'L J 1 11"
ui- m .'. jjwjiji-iui. x ul
May You Have Your Full Share Of j
HB VltamlTnda Mafic Qi
W SPAVIN CURE
Throughout the New Year
Honolulu Brewing and Maltins Co., Lid
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 31, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Caroline F Macfarane and hsb .to
Charles W Gray .'. : U
Charles W Orny by 'atty tn Curollno
F Mapfiirlano He)
Kallll Campbell and hsb to I" A
II Tnmiira to M Ido CM
William O Smllh Ir to Chns A l'e
Chns A Peterson nnd wf to Hans M
linns M Clttel and wf to Western &
I lawn Invst Co Ltd M
I II Fisher nnd wf to Illshop & C..D
lllshop & Co to .1 II Flehcr Ilel
Mnry A Adams In Charles M Cooke
Mil , D
Kmiun Macfnrlnno mid hsb lo Trs
or S C Allen ICsl D
Amelia It Hitting to 3 8 l'nxson ..CM
Wm II Mats to Mnry II Suczcy....!)
Catherine K Mays to Mnry II Swe-
Entered for Record Jan. 2, 1907,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
F I. Winter to William W Harris.. I'A
Chas Lewis and wf to August Mum
i:st of Wm F Allen by extrx to Hob-
ert I Walpa ltd
Kst of Wm F Allen by extrx to Hob
ert l Walpa Ilel
A Rainier Toast
I Why Don't You Try
I BUTTERNUT BREADS
Troy Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: About tw years aqo a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whet seemed to be a Dad sprain of the off fore fetlock, whloh mad her
very lame; I btlctered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse when worked. !
then tried another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of ycur Save-the-Horse from your agent
In this city. After treating the mare with this for about two weeks I
qav'e her some alow driving; she Improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able to drive her twenty or thirty miles with
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes sound; I also with the same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURMELL, 401 California 8L
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tendon ar
any ease of lameness, Ilorsa can ho worked as inual and with boots, ' aa
no harm will result from scalding of limb or dcslructliin of hair.
tfjc fr per bottle, with a written guarantee, as binding to protact you as
43aUU ,ho ,iest ,cgn, tent c0Ia mn)(n (ti
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y. fZTl
TRADE 8UPPLIED BY HOLLISTCR DRUG CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
It is whiter mill lighter tlittii unv other: H lm n ino-t plensiup; 'if,
llavur; il u 1 1 n I r 1 1 i n I .- fuml, vliuleioiiie, cutMiw llie ntiiietite, jj
ill llie miiiiu size Itmf in (J
mm ii woniit'i'miiy siiniiiiiuii!.'. .Miiiic
iiriliiiiirv In-eiul nml fv fur llie Mime
yoi; wiu. kin;
TO VCI'K TASTIi.
r 1'ASTltY AXU CAKKS (5001) 'i-
The Palm, 1 1 6 Hotel St.
Z2-iZ!-?imy?H -ii-m '.fJtfU-fZi VV ."V fitiJ-f!&-fi-f-Efll CiS ,V-,1J-.iKij
BEWARE OF BOGUS MONEY
c.TNi,i!fr?'.C jtt-JTMkMSmSISiWMT9. IXftt-.' .
MM a".tlA'. '-JTSiiC JfTl.'ifjQ XfvtSt!
mwti?. wSBfra . cms&amm mmm
nvm yH ir-iTri ii itttitfiaittmrf wwxm-mir can&jM
ifmis&M2$ iHH' L"Ji-B&KSJl
.SVrt;ffii?Walt.aiU ;' '
TO TELL NEXT YEAR'S WEATHER
To predict wrntlici a year In ndwmi'o
Is the latest fent the scientists are dy
ing to ari'Dinpllsli, ai'coiilllig lo John
nifrcth Watklny. Tho Trclinlrnl World
Mmiazlnc foi Js'iivenibei euntuliis mi
mtlelu by this writer In which hu lolls
of llie lalc.U udv.mccs In wrathcr fore
rustlns and of tho new V. S. ABtniphya
leal lalHirntoiy In Washington. Varia
tions or the heat nidlatloii of Ihu utin
ntn the basin for the new hclrnro of
loiig-dlktaneo inedlcllug; uiid special
instrument!; have been ilcvlscil to meet
llie rcipilicmenls of thlu Hpcclal work.
One of Ihu most Interesting of these In
A brand new bogus money game has
been worked in San llcrnnrdliio In the
last fuw days, nml It Is a clever one
though It might not be posslblu to
work It on everyone., especially peo
ple who nre used to closely scrutiniz
ing nil money they recchc, sayH the
Sun lleinunlliio Sun. Hut It has been
successful a number of times.
Tho operator lakes n common $1
LIU. The lurgo llguro "'." Is carefully
rut from a I'uimierfclt hill, the figure
being neatly pasted over tliu large II g
uro "I" on ihu $1 bill. This mukos n
good-looking ." hill of It, mid one that
MURDERER IS NOW AT LARGE
(Continued trom Page 1)
or. Miirutn died almost Instantly, nnd
In Ihu confusion which resulted the
niurdeier made good Ills escape.
Moramiirn took with Mm the razor
with which ho hud committed his
bloody deed. He Is presumably now
hiding In the calm fields. As he liar
only been hero n short lime, It Is not
probable lliat ho has nny friends whe
will place him In hiding. The Kwu
pollen were not notllled of tho miirdei
neforo midnight, and were consequent
ly not able (o catch him.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-180 MING STREET. PHONE 287.
KlrimiPiitH Is the (Milometer, which will Is easily passed on people who nu;y
delect variations In leiuperulme of the not loo closely scan tho money Ihey
millionth part o'f u degreo. Through roceUo. A light paste Ik used In lln
tho work ol tlihi luanc.li or the wcatnui j work, mi that the bill will not bo given
liiiicaii, the goveiuiuent has hopes lo bn,a t.tllf feeling,
uhln to tell the farmer whothei oi not I
ho will have u net da), warm, oi mid
reason, so Unit he may regulate his
ciops uiiordliigly, Tho alma and nielli-
.oils ol this now hcleiuo are given n
I very popular and InleiestliiK prenenta-
lion and tho article Is well lllubtr.Uecl.
King and Hotel Streets,
BOSTON BLOG., FORT
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
MORE EVIDENCE FOR NEGROES
Wabhlngton, I). (j Dec. H. On he
I'ult of the Constitution I.eaguo Oil
Christ Stewart has (lied with tho 1'ien
tdent n mass of uddltlonul ovldcnco re
garding the art air at lliownsvtllo
Texas, which led to thu discharge
without honor of thu enlisted men of
tbrco companies of the Twonty-tlftli
Infantry, Thu papers Include mi ex
haustive ropurt of Stuwnrt'B visit to
Urowiisvlllo and tho result of his per
tonal examination of witnesses who
could throw light upon the nffalr.
gay'Tor Sale" caids at Bulletin.
MIKADO HONORS AMERICAN
Toklo, l)c. 111. -The Kmperor toipiy
gnvo mi nuilli'iKi lo Ciotossor Oeoigo
Trumbull (.add, formerly of Ynlu uiid
l ov of Ihu Wentorn Iteservo College
Clov eland, Ohio. Tho honor was giv
en to thu profesi.or In lecognlttou ol
the Important servlccM hu Is rendering
to Inu caiiso of education In Japan.
The professor was accompanied by
Mrs. I.add and the staff of tho Amerl
Professor Ladil, who left the United
Stales last August and arrived In Yo
kohama on Sept. 21, Is lecturing In tho
government schools throughout thu
empire on thu philosophy of education
He Intends to stay In Japan, lecturing
mid studying, for a year and will then
return in Cleveland.
8HIP 8UBSIDY COMPROMISE
Washington, Deo. ',S.-Compronilso,
iui ..Li ..-...! u,..r ... .
ui ,11111 buii biiubiut uiii veems ui ou
In sight. At the mpetlrig'of llio Mmiau
Committee on Mcrphnut Murine and
Fisheries today Chairman Uriisvcnnr
siLggeBted mi iimendmont to thu Gnl
linger hill which will limit subsidies
lo Ihu South American nml Oriental
trade. The amended bill will bo In
harmony with Secietary (loot's policy
for trade expansions ns outlined In re
cont speeches In thu West.
Representative Watson of Indiana,
tho Republican whip, expressed thu
eplulnn that (ho committee could gel
a favorable reiiort on a bill limiting
the subsidies to I.atln-Amerlcau nnd
Oriental lines, ,
Ve'll speed the parting year,
May health and wealth be near,
May resolutions good
Be always understood,
May New Year kisses last,
May dividends come fast,
May all you wish come true,
My every wish Is YOUI
Speed the parting year with Rainier.
"T1IEBEERTHAT IS NOT BHIQUS' '
J. F. Morgan, President; C.J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. Mckean.
SccretarJ A. F. CUrk, Tressurerj N. E. Gsdge, Auditor; Frank HusUes,'
Hustace-Peck Co., LrtdL
DRAY MEIN? 63 QUEEN ST. ,
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
TELEPHONE MAIN 285.
A Happy New Year If the home Is
supplied with sonic of these good qual,
CALIFORNIA TABLE WINES.
MOTT'S WEET CIDER.
HAYDEN'S &. .GIBSON'S WHIS
KIES and FRENCH CORDIALS.
Rhyme and Reason
"if you want to send some Jam away, S
They are eood value foi the price you pay, jj
Leave your order and to whom addressed '
Mrs. Kearns will see to all the rest." fx
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PRESERVE8 AND MINCE MEAT $
MAKE A DELIGHTFUL AND USEFUL PRESENT. M
i A Lauhala Hamper jf'
is a ' I
Happy Thought f
h Call and Inspect Mrs. KEARN'S SPECIALTIES FOR NEW
fi YEARS. SOMETHING NEWI1 -
1 Factory, Hotel Street
t PHONE BLUE 1411. 3
llio (Julletln ortlc.
cards on sale at
lewis & Co., Ltd,
KINO ST. PHONE 210.
(0t ICSL7 ,
111 Jf ! M llvllMl.il
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., Ltd.
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