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EVENINP BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., SATURDAY, JAN. 5, WOT,
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
A NEW LINE OF INFANTS', CHILD 6 and MI88ES BAREFOTT SANDALS
at Mclnerny Shoe Store
Good For A
Many ! the time when a good "ready-to serve" dish comes In
Handy. Heinz Baked Beant with or without Tomato Saueo till
thl demand to a nicety. They are ready to aarv.s.from the tin, for
they are good hot or cold. Nice for luncheon on a busy day, for the
lunch basket, for a "bed-time extra."
HEINZ BAKED BEANS with Tomato 8auce
HEINZ BAKED BEANS plain
HEINZ BAKED BEAN8 VEGETARIAN (no pork)
H. Hackf eld &! Co., Ltd
WHOLESALE' AGEN TS
The Chicago Chronicle has a depart
ment devoted exclusively to winter re
sorts, and treats unsparingly of tile
Southern States and California In particular.
ltawall receives a generous share of
attention as a winter resort. It says:
"The trip over tliu placid waters ot
the Pacific to the Sandwich Inlands
Is becoming one of the fnvorltu voy
urcs at nil seasons of tliu year. In
happy Hawaii It Is always Julie with
Mover any cxtremo of heat or cold.
Tho trees arc alwayn green, flowers
bloom In Mroplcnl profusion, and tha
Invigorating air of tliu ocean Is always
pleasant and refreshing
"Situated on the world famous Wat
klkl beach road, three mid a hair
miles from Honolulu, lies tha magiiin-
cent Moana.llotel, it twentieth century
establishment modem In every detail
KYom tho roof gardun, which crowns
the structure, a wide stretch of obscr
vatlon Is iiosslble, embracing oceun
mountain nnd highland from Diamond
Head to the Wnlnnno range. A I1h-
tlnct feature of tho Moana is its so
cial life. The society people of tho
cosmopolitan population gather here
for the various fetes nnd here Is heard
the native vocal and Instrumental mu
sic, the Itoyal Hawaiian Hand."
TIih following ml. also aptieara in
the same paper:
"Hao You Head Mark Twain's
I'pimi I'oom on HawailT
"What do YOU know, about Hawaii?
'Tho trend of travel Is 'now loWanl
the I'aradlse of the Pacific, tho world's
gieat resort for home builders and
"wotiiaj - ycm. answer the ques
tion, 'Why fymiiditllawnjl, expect to
becomo a great resort for homescek
era and tourists?'
"Tor tho best article (to contain not
more than MOO words) nnswcrlng the
rbovo question the Hawaii Promotion
Commltteo will give u prlzo ot $100.
Tho second and third best papers will
also bo awarded prizes ot $50 and 2S
Messrs. Uco. II. Daniels, managing
Adv. Dopt. of tho N. Y. Central IIik-h;
W, IL Simpson, Adv. Agt. Santa Ke
system, and James Itorsburgli, Jr.,
Gen. Pass. Agt. of Hie Southern Pa
cific Co., have kindly consented to
pasij upon the merits of all pacrs suit-
milieu. . t ij H
"Contest will bo kept oeu initll
"For detailed Information ask your
General Passengcr'Agout, or write to
"H. P. WOOD. Secretary.
iHAyAll PROMOTION COMMITTK18
i" '-Honolulu. T. II." "
KAMI OF STOCK
CBrmirr ft Co....,
Ea rlautallonCo ...
law Com ft Sug Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co..
Honotml Sugar Cu
tlonokaa guitar C
llalki, Sural Co j.....
KaliuMl 11-lnlallntl Co
klliri I lai.latlc.il Co l.ld
Klahulii Sugar Co
koIiki sugar .o .
McUl!le Sugar Co
Oaliu Sugar Co . ,
Onomea sutrar Co
Oukola Sugar I'lanl Co
uiaa sugar (.o uu
Oloualu Cu.i.i ..
I'aahau Sugar Nstil Co
racinc sugar mhi
rnwrUfo Sugar Co ..
I'liainr Mill Co-
Waltuku Surar Co . .
Walluku Sugar Oi Sri
Walmanalo Suaar Co
Walmra Sugar Mill Co
lnlrrllaitl St ram N Co
Hon H T ft L Co Prrl
Hon KT& I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Nalilktl Kublrrr Co.,
Nahlku Rubber Co.,
1 10 OOO
That'a the number to ring up, If yeu
want eoda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA '
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and QIN
QER ALB tha puroit floode manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. S. LEITHEAB MANAQKH
Oahu K ft L, Co
Hon H ft M Co-bonds
iibw ier4 pr.ni
IUh Ter 4H IT,,
Haw Ter l pr
lilo R K Co Gil 6 p r
Haw Govt e 01
Cal Heel Stig'tk Kel Co
6 pi-,. . . ,. ..
Haiku Sutrar Co fi u r
law u gar in, r..
Kahuku Plant Co 6 p c
Oahu Sugar Co 6 p c
Olaa Sugar Co 6i c, .
I'ala Plantation Co
floorer Mill Co 6 tic
Walalua Agrlt- Co apt
I ,W 0,000 1
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Bulletin want advertising
the no-longer-wanted things.
Bales UctWeen Hoards,: 20 0. it. ft
U Co., $91; 100 Haw. Sug. Co., 3.n0r
r0 Haw. Sug. Co.. 32.r,0, 20 Haw. Stig.
Co, I12.no. Secslon: GO Olaa, t3.C2fe;
100 Olaa, $2.C2.
Lateet sugar: quotation. S. F.,
20, 83 analysis beete, It 10 1-2d.
;venlr)B Bulletin 7S per month.
LONDON BtETS, 8s 10 1-2(1
SUGAR, - - .?:95
Hmiv JrVatirhiusB TrustGo..
sfqck "and Bond J)iMil
Mtmbera Honolulu Stook and Bond
Vf II LIA.M.WIlitAMSON. Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
. -TEL. .PRIVATE' EXCHANGE 4.
IH HleK, '.ttflBalalBalflel
May You'HaiJe ourFull SKare Of
Throughout the New Year
Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NE) TX YOUNG BLDQ.,WM9 .tNQ 8TRBCT.
GOOD NEW BOOKS ;
FOR WINTER NIGHTS
- . , i,
A, Modern Madonna , . Htuuloy
Ring In 'the New , - 1
. ." Richard Whltelng
Confessiona of a Deteetlva
Alfred. Henry Lewis
Bob Hampton of Placer Parrlsli
A Lady of Rome Crawford
Her Brother's Letters Anonymous
On Newfound River
TIiob. Nelson Pace
The Pass (Stewart Kd. Whltu
The Bishop of Cottontown Moore
The von Blumera
Puck of Pook'a Hill
BEGINNING: JANUARY 1, 1W7.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihlp youi
goods and lave you money,
Dealers t, STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage InBriek Warehouie, 126 King; St Phone Main 58
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King Sti.
Hawaiian News Go,
YOUNG BLDG. MERCHANT ST.
Useful odds and ends In our House
Hold Department: Oerman Wood 8alt
Boxea and Mixing Spoons; Candle
sticks; Table'cutlery; Tea and Coffee
Tom Masson I Caddies; Vegetable, Noodle, Sandwich
ii..ii'nnrl CaaLIm f?li.tara Tlmhil mnit Jallu
wwvn.w w-.-, ..... b..h w..
Moulds; Apple Corera and Parera;
Wooden Butter Moulds and Paddles
la quite the rage. It will bo properly
shaped if ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA ST.
23 HOTEL 8T.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S EMPORIUM
169 King St.
Telephone Main 240,
Benny & Company,
SEWINQ MACHINE8 and BUYER8
1266 and 1268 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 488.
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COL
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, i.rMm . iJi - .sa a.
Th BU8INESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulla
tin and tha Waektv Edition, nlvta a
conclie and eompieta resume of all le-'
gnl noticea, ealla for tenders, Judg-I
msntl, building permits and real esO
tate tranaacttona. Evening Bulletin,
See Ua for Novelty Advertising
Foreign and Local.
74 KING 8T.
GEO. E. ..LA MOUT. .
tho Bulletin office.
earda en sale at
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Indian nnd Hawn. coodt. 1158 Fort.
A, N. Sanford, optician, Boston bull
ding, Fort street.
Best cup oft coffee In the city. New
tU-giilar business this evening nl th
meeting ot William McKlnley K. ot 1'.
Now's your clmiito to liny vinlii-oUl-
erles for little money nt Blom's. Don't
Work on the Niiiiaiiii dam has been
siiiucniiei) until the return of fatorable
rrank U Winter. U. 3. Ofllce Dejiuly
Dlnrsluil, left, In Hip Ventura for Uyron
Hot Springs for hlr. health.
Judge Dole yesterday continued the
two llnbrooK anil the Chlusa Mam ad
mlrnlty libels until tho J7th Inst.
Monday evening nt 7:30 the chair
men of the Mnrdl (Iras Committee will
meet at the Kllohana Art League
This nflernoon the Literary Circle ot
the Kllolinna Art league will give nn
At Home at Its rooms In tho Young
U. C. Kennedy, manager of Walakea
plantation, returned In the Sonoma
from his visit to liOiilslana to llivestl
gate cane carriers.
Waiklkl Inn is now owned by W. C.
Bergln, Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
K)npt, bathing on, the beach.
O. T. phamberlaln , nnd Helen M.
Chamlierlaln'ot KlkVart, Indiana, write
JJecrtjtary.Wood otbe Promotion Com.
mlttee 'that they will' 'visit Hawaii
'friblc" applied to Iron. roofs, re
duces; temper iVuifvfV'nuca hs 35 de
grees! This' bds't&:Uscrtalned by
actual test California Feed Co.,
Football this afternoon, 2:30 p. m.;
Diamond Heads vs. I'unalious and Y.
M. C. A. vs. Infantry. Admission 2Sc.
Children under fifteen will be admitted
for ten cenlu
A cablegram has been sent, by the
Board of Immigration to K. R. Stack'
able, authorizing him to charter a
steamer for bringing' Spanish settlers
John A. I.ogros, an employe ot Allen
4,iloblnton, fell on an electric car on
the Waiklkl road and badly fractuied
a leg. , Dr. Huniphrls was called to at'
tend lilni and lie Is doing nicely.
"What Is the Trim Historical
Church?" will be Mrs. S. E. Damon's
subject at 7:30 In the GoBpel Mission
Hall, Fort-street, opposite Club Stables.
The public Is cordially Invited to be
A meeting will bo held brttwK-pnb-llcan
Territorial Committee on Monday
evening,-which all Republican members
cf the coming Legislature are'-lnvited
toatteud, to consider measures ot;pg
Islatlon. The Seaside has plenty of snrt
boards, surf oanoes, Canadian, canoes
etc., which are at tbe disposal of its
guests. Remember that tbe best bath
ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly lu front of the Seaside,
The postpot'ed meeting of tho Gulll
mil Wontan's Auxiliary of St. An
drews CaUicIrsl Winch will bo held
nt 2:30 on Monday arteruoo.i, January
7th, at "Cralgslde,)' tho rcsldonco of
Mrs. Cllvo Davles,' Nuuanu valley.
Mrs. "Joaqulna Saucldo pnssed away
at Acapulco, Mexico, jesterduy. Her
death Is due to a stroke of paralysis
suffered a year ago. She has been a
frequent visitor to bejvdaugliter, Mrs.
Paul Neumann) asJMIuHtwii Herman
Dlnklage, of this city.
An enjoyable djutoaAajt-. given last
evcul'iiE'.at the AliisniUjr.-Young Hotel
In honor of the visiting omcers and
ladles ou.the truiisport1 togan. Tbe
niakal ballroom was ued, where
Kaal's (Orctiestra ,was stationed. There
was a large attendance.
Tomorrow being the first Sunday of
the New Year, a special service will be
held lu the Methodist church at 11
o'clock, to which all the members of
the church are cordially urged to be
present. Pastor Wadman will preach
and administer the Lord s supper.
Christian Church, corner Alakca
pncl King streets. Junior C. E., 9 a
m.; Senior C. E., 2:30 p. ni.; Bible
school ,9:45 a. ni. Preaching, 11 a. ru
ond 7:30 p. ni.; morning, "Tlthiug
Reasonable"; evening, "Tho Duty of
Service" You are cordially Invited
to any and all of our meetings. 0. D
Mrs. Bourne, wife of the prospective
Senator, left New York today for San
Francisco. She, with a party of friends,
will sail for Hawaii ou December 27,
and later go to Japan. Mrs. Uourije
and party have planned a trip around
the world, which will occupy practical
ly an entire ear. Portland OregonUu
News Bureau, Washington.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, 0. E. S.,
meets this evening in Masonic Hall at
7:30 o'clock. As there Is to be Instal
lation ot officers, all members of the
order are requested to attend. After
the meeting there Is to be a banquet,
music and addresses. Visiting sisters
and brothers and members ot Leant
Chapter No. 2 are cordially Invited to
Captalu Slattery, Euglneer Corps, U.
S. A., for tbe past three years stationed
in Honolulu as the engineer officer of
the army, with lighthouse matters del
egated to bis jurisdiction, leaves for
tbe Coast ou tbe transport Logan. Ho
will be accompanied by Mrs. Slattery.
They go to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
The Slatterys will be missed In society
circles, nnd the business community
regrets the loss of so able an engineer.
CARVED WOOD CLOCKG; Beautiful designs, In Cuckoos, Trumpet
ers and tmall timepieces; all geod timekeeper.
PRICES HANQC FROM
U' dJM - .
V iii rum oi '
Come In and see them
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
CORKER HOTEL AND LLVIOX STS.
A Rainier Toast
We'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 ail you wish come true,
My every wish Is YOUI
8peed tho parting year with Rainier.
J. r. Morgan, President; C. 3. Campbell, Vlee President; J. L. Mtaftjan,
Secretary; A. F. Blark, Treasurer; N. E. Gcdgo, Auditor; frank Htsitkoe,
Hujstace-Pecak Co.; Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK BAND.
I IBB J
TILEPHONE MAIN 291.
tWZiz&J-rj ?ufiS-t.s-i.s-t;-s8-i ntat-su-Tz&s&tii&izi-itts-rJrJ-iZ.
Why Don't You Try
I BUTTERNUT BREAD I
It is whiter nnd lighter thnii liny otlior ; it hnn a most jilcnsing ),
flavor; it is a nutritious food, wholctionie, fiUisfie.i tho npuctitL', ,i
unit id wonderfully nuataininc. Made in tho sumo size loaf ih '.
ordinary bread and sella for tho siuno price. )
YOU WILL FIND OUR PASTRY AND CAKES GOOD '0
TO YOUR TASTE. fl
The Palm, U6 Hotel St.
; i I'll h' v n iuivtv'.m
Curoslty often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
"""" don't try It with paper patterne. A garment spoiled exceeds
the cost of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.!
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