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EVENING nULLETIN. HONOMJt.U, T. it,, TUESDAY. JAN S. 190T.
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A NEW LINE OF INFANTS', CHILD
Many Is the time when a good "ready-to-serve" dish comet In
Handy. .Helm Baked Beam with or without Tomato Sauce fllli
this demand to a nicety. They are ready to serve from the tin, for
they aro good hot or cold. Nice for luncheon on a buty day, for the
lunch basket, for a "bed-tlms extra."
HEINZ BAKED BEANS with Tomato Sauce
HEINZ BAKED BEAN3 plain
HEINZ BAKED BEAN8 VEGETARIAN (no pork)
O. S. LCITHEAD
Dawaijan Iron Fence
NEWT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-180
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wt: pack, haul and ship youi
good and lave you money.
Dcalcri ii STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Wtehause,
SWELL AUTO HATS
DOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
4. .,, mnWmittiii'
S and MISSES BAREFOTT SANDAL8
Shoe Store &
& Co., Ltd.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want ioda water that It PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
IMINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN.
OEtt ALE the purest goorii manu
factured In town.
Water Works Co
Main 7 J
and Monument Works!
J26 Kin St. Phone MalnU
Nuuanu bctw. Hotel and King Sta,
. g.: Ji.a
NO PAY 1 SOU
FOB EXM SBI
Would Mean Loss of
PIkmiIiI the legislative session extend
past tin- sixty days, l!ie $30,000 nppio
ii Intel 1) tlio l-'cdeml (Invcrimcnl will
not lie lost In the Territory provided
'llic IcjlJrIuIoib do not draw pay for the
Such Is the opinion of Secretary .IntU
Atkinson In reference to the ipiestiou
raKil last night hy V. T Itawllim al
the joint meeting of the ltcptihlicim
Central Committee and the Republican
members of the Lpglxluttno for thin
The clause of the appropriation !:lll
providing the $.1ii,(M0 for the expuiscJ
C the legislature leads as follows:
'Tor Icglslntlvo expenses, namely
Furniture, light, ste.lloncry, record cas
ings nnd flies, printing and binding,
Indexing records, postage. Ice, water,
elorlt hire, mileage of inciiilierH, Incl-
dentals, pay o liiipl.iln, clerk, sor-
rjcnnt-nt-ntms, stenographers, and nios
scngern, thirty tlionsnnd dollars; I'm
vlded, That the niemliers of the leglsln
ttire of the Territory of Hawaii shall
not draw their compensation of two
httlitllcl itfillarH. or nnv iiillp:itr for
... , .. ... . .
miy ejirn tension nein in couipiinncai)at,u k j, ,ian6pi'
viin seciiou uiiy-iour oi nn nci in pro
.lilu n goxernment for the Territory ,l
lliiv.nll, atiproved April thirtieth, Annu
Domini nineteen luindred."
From the nlmvc. It may he noted (hat
none of the money Js to go toward p,iy
lug the salaries of the legislators, hut
Is all for incldcnlnl expenses. And It
will not he enough for all of them. Mil
LcgMaltno will have to approprle.ia
enough money to make up the dltlei
encc, as well as to pay the salaries .if
I!ut It Is the opinion of Secretary At
tdnson that the law does not allow o
the legislature appropriating money t-i
pay tho salaries of Its members i'or iriy
Another thing which Is not rrsv
tinned in the list of leglslathe expense
for which the tippropilntlou ma.' 'm
HM!il Is Interpreting. Tho ipiestlnii na
to whether or not the legislature hit
the right to make an appropriation for
this purposu is still an open ouo and
no solution of tho dllllculty lias yet
The fact that If the hcsslon rum long'
er than the sixty das tho membois of
Ithu Legislature will have to work with
lout extra pay or else lose the uppio
pilatlon iimdn by tho Federal (oer!i
ment Is tliduglit to muko It exiieuu'l:1
probahlo that sixty days will be tho
limit of the session.
May You Have Your Full Share Of
Throughout the New Year
Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd.
mm mis to
Tho llukaluu lands of Hawaii aro to
lu opened tii for settlement soon, pro
bably within thu next sciveu weeks,
Theiu are two lurgo sections of the,
hinds. One In thu Kalwlkl III tract
containing 1.7GS.7U acieu; thu other Is
th Opea-I'eleaii tract of il5.4 acres
There Is another tract, tho Lcpnlou
Kiiulha, containing .'IDS acres, which
has not yet been icjsirted upon by
the uunoy department, but the report
will lie Hindu befnio a great while.
I.atid Commissioner Pratt has 10
ceived I ho limps and survey" of thu
two llrst-naiued tracts.
Tho OboiIii Buttlcmeut Association,
consisting of twenty-six members, has
Applied for tho Kalwlkl III section,
Thu tract bus been divided Into S3 lots
i,( from -1.05 acres to uL'.n acres. For
lytiua of them uiu In cano and tho
it tt will have to bo cleared.
The Opca-l'elcau lands aro wanted
by tho Lilian Association. They hao
Lccn divided Into 19 Iota of from 25.5
to to acres each, Thcro aro 17 mom
I'crs of thu Lilian Association. The
IViii.iiiiIiv. Association miiiIh the l.o
peloa Knulha lauds.
Thu Laud ComnilbBloiier will luuu
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jan 8.1907
PitJ Ut 5
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewer h C
Hawaii am Auric Co
llau Com fi SugCo
Hawaiian Sugar Co
ltotioimi BiiRnf Co
Haiku Sue" Cn
k'nlmln ."Lititnllnf. C
i) I 4
Ktpiliitiii -Hffr L"
KoI.m Sugar Cn
Oihti Sueur Co
Ott-nmfft Siitfftr (rt
Onknl.i SuRHf I'lAfil Cn
una Misar lo 1,,.1
I flOU AMI .
I'ali.111 Sticar I'liiit C
Pacific Sircar MHI
Piii rbtilallott Co
I'liKt-kco Sugar Oi .
rinirrr MIIIX-o .....
Wftilnkti Sttcar C'ti
Wfllluku hucar Co Scrj
Wulmanald Sncar tin 1
VlmrA snear Mill Co
tiitrr-Utaiul Steam NO
Hawaiiatt Ilvcttkl n
Hon RT I.CoOuii
MntiMl Teleilntfie Cm
Nliiku Nuttf-cr Co.,
N-ihlltti KuMxrr Co.,
Aw . ....
lhlo K K (,
Him 11 M MCo .. .
11 aw irn (
Haw Tir ti pc
Haw Tcr 4 pc,
Maw Trr pc,
Han Got '1 1 n c
Cal Heel Shr ft Kcl Co
ir. , . .
Haiku S u ear Co 6 n c
Haw Com fi Siijj Co ,
Haw Sueur Co 6 nc
IlilnK KCo Con A ir
I loll K I l.lllbi
Kiiliukii Maul Cn 6 it c
pial'Umaii..ii (.'.'. "
I'iannr Mill Co Utic
WnutiM .Rtlc Cn f t
) I t
.iciiT)ticn uiit. .
Sales I lot. Hoards: (innn I'aln Rs
$102.75: J 1100 I'loucer Gs, $10."; 1C0
Onltu Sugar Co., $21; 2."n Onliu Sugar
Co.. $21; 300 Oalm Sugar Co., $21; InO
Oaltil Sugar Co.. $21: 200 Oahtl Sugar
Co., $21; 12i' Oahil Sugar Co., $21.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.55 cents,
or $71. per ton.
J3HF-" F"r Rent"
tn Rolltln officii
cards on aale at
LONDON BEETS, 8s 8 l-4
SUGAR, - - 3.55
Henry WaterfiousB Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Depattment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Vt IlLIAM WILLI VMSOS, MiaK.r
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Fine Jab Printing at the Bulletin.
BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1007.
Useful odds and ends in our House
hold Department: German Wood Salt
Doxcs and Mixing Spoons; Candle
sticks; Table Cutlery; Tea and Coffee
Caddies; Vegetable, Noodle, Sandwich
and Cookie Cutters; Tlmbal and Jelly
Moulds; Apple Corers and Parers;
Wooden Butter Moulds and Paddles
Lewis & Co., Ltd.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S EMPORIUM
169 King St. Telephone Main 240
I1I110 prints of tho maps mado, to bu
i-ent to tho siih-agont at llllo, and it
Is oxpected that they can bu adver
Used by next week.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull
tl.: and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana eomoiets resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judo
inents, building permit and real el
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Pr mo.'.th. Weekly Bulletin
JJ.T p(r vmp
BULLETIN, ADS. PAY
jgUf! '(giBk-j.,, Aa.. ...JLi .
I LOCAL AND 6ENERAL I.------t---- 1
To many people the servant prob
lem Is as simple as any other Is, In
I fact, just a Bulletin Want Ad. matter.
Indian and llavn. coodi. JlfiS Fort.
The Hoard of Health will not meetuj
party wnuta the use of n horse ntid
carriage. See ad this Issue.
Miss 8. Tracy of Waiklkl was a
pi.ssenger on the .Mnuiin I.oa rrom
llonuapo to N'apoopoo.
John K. Sumner, plaliitlfT in an ac
tion against the Territory to establish
u fishing right, today died n dlscon.
tlnunnce of the action.
Thu motion to dissolve the liijuuc-
tic n In thu enso of Mlddlcdltch vs. Kn
irnlniinolu was continued thlii morning
by .ludgu Lindsay until Thursilay.
I. II. (llbson, plaintiff In sumniary
proceeding of landlord and tenant '
against K. Kngawn, defendant, has!
withdrawn his appeal In tho causu, I
Purser J. I.. Frlel of thu .Manna l.oj I
icHirts thu following sugar on liandj
on llnwntl: I'tinnliiu, t f3i; raaiihau
:i.0i)U; Puako, 1150; Kuknlaii, 1SS0.
The matter of exceptions from the i
Circuit Court In thu ensu of F. .1. Tes I
In vs, .1. r. Knhalawni et al. was nr
Miod beforu thu Supreinu Court this
Morning and submitted.
The motion to dismiss In the case
of ll.irry T. MIJIs vs. John S. Wn'kur
wns granted this morning by tho Sil
prcmu Court. In thu samu matter, the
exceptions from tho Circuit Court
Here stricken from thu calendar.
Did you ever stop and consider how
I. inch It Is worth to ou to have our
riders promptly attended to? The I'a
tide Transfer Co. glo their best iniil
1'iost careful attention to nil orders
left with them, whether largo or small.
You may need some wood or coal;
tliey have It for sale.
Saturday night n real lluwiill.ui I 'i"i
will be given at the Royltt ll.iv.v.lir.n
Hotel under tho direction of IMi.ccis
Theresa Wilcox, it will be serrcl In
the. old fashioned stylo with no foikh,
ssHins or knives, and will be fnl'nwiii
charge made for the !:i-t ni"iil.ou ..
The Mnunn l.oa, arriving tills morn ,
lug from Maul, brought thu following j
Irelght: .ftl bags II. sugar, 001. bag
coffee, i!2 bags be.ilis. 111 liundk'8
hides, 10 barrels dried (lull, 2S barrels'
oranges, "A bunrhes bananas, 1.1 kegt
butter, 21! lings, ."I head cattle, t
t'rnte.4 chickens, 2 cows, 1 calf, 2 don
keys. 199 packages of sundries.
The larger part of the freight width
came yesterday afternoon on the loug
koug Mam wan most welcome to the
local sugar planters. It cons'.i.led ol
700 tons of gunny sacks or nearly 2M,
000 sacks and they have arrived 11.11,0
too soon, us some of the plautii'.otui
were ulinmt entirely out of the'.- ii-j-libit'
i-acl.s, and weic using nltie taeks
or anything else which they eo.iid lay
their hands on.
The news reached Honolulu lor the
Out time yesterday of the death -it
Superintendent llawxhiirst, who for
'. i niiiuy j cars has been In churjc oi the
Pacific Mull docks In San Frnnct.u-i
He had been In tho employ of the com
pany for 12 years when ho passed ..a).
Tliero were few men 011 the water'iiiut.
In Sail Francisco, who did not 1 . nw
thu "Old Man," as he was fau.lllarl)
called nnd ho was liked by ul'.
'I he .McrLliantH Abiochitloii, will hold
n meeting ut 3 n'uhH'kxthU'aticnioon,
nt which lite prnxsciPlnh-r'iielnc con-Icrriu-o
will bo dbciissiil. The ohi
qiictlmi nrbiliig from Treasurer Camp-
bellV tall for cnriioratlou exhibits will
iiImi bn hi ought up, and ciiiisldciablc
dlu-tisalon Is exiieeUd on this latter
The Hoard of Trustees ot the Chain
Imt or Commere" will meet tomorrow
iilternooii and will also take up the
I'.in-I'inltlc I'latler. It It not probabli)(
that fie Chamber will (oiiccrn Itself'
villi the corporation exhibits, which
liiPbtlmi will presumably bo left en
llielv In the haiidn of tho MerchutitH
Asnicl.'itlou. Tint ipichtlou as to wheth-'
cr tlm Clintulicr baa made Itself liable)
to lontrlbuto for tho nialiitcnaiico oft
the National (liiaid will bu covcied l.y'
which Secretary WixhI will
0, OAHU ulK
The largest block of Onliu Sugar Co
stock r.old elnec the par value of tliui
i.luuet; In that concern was elijnr,M
froi.i Jill Olo K'u a share, nas s,ld In
daj by Win. Williamson of :h.j Weter
house Trust Co., to Jlnrr Annlli'se.
The pi lio paid wiu J.I a share.
"Tho block wiih purchased on an
order I i wived by cable from Kurope,'
raid Armltago this afternoon. "It shows
Hut people abioad have not jet lost
any loulldeiue In our Blocks. Tlw
prbe Is nuoiit (iiiivalent to JU'O on
the old Vrtlufb. Oalm Is going to pay a
one pr cent dividend a month all
tliroui;h this year, and I i,ee no reawm
whv the Oahu shares should not go u
high as Cwa, which aro now at $25
It will undoubtedly be easier for the
Oalm .dunes In culili up with Cua in.
they are now, than It would have been
beloio when the weie $100 at pat."
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful designs, tn Cuckoos, Trumpet
ers and small timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PniCEG RANQE FROM
$1.50 up to $35
M, I Counter, Jeweler.
L era ana quihii unicpicbCB, m noo nmcRgcciBi - -w
11 -i ...ii iu... ..... .ii .-.j itu.t...... lit
Come in and see them
COYNE FURWtURE CO.,
COHN'KU UOTKL AND IW'IOX S'l'S.
: Juicy Steaks
We have facilities for getting the best there in in meats,
make a specialty of steaks for broiling.
DERETANIA, ALAKEA AND UNION STREETS.
rvWra ."i. rJ rJrJ n
Why Don't You Try jj
S BUTTERNUT BREAD
;(l It is whiter mid lighter limn nnv other; it lm, 11 tut pleasing
v't llnvor; it is 11 niilritioiis food, vholeotiit', stililics tho nppolitc, ij
nnd is wotidrrfitlly siiliiitiin. iMiido in the smut' size) loaf 11s IJ-
V i: 1 1 ....".1 ...11. ...... .1... :.. '
I. iiriliinit-v liii!i.l till, I hdllj f.ir
tH' lll,l, I'l.MIUI'K
ro vont tastic.
-. - 4 - -
vli ml 'A Uftw
Curoslty often leads woman to experiment with r
don't try It with paper patterns. A garment
the cost of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
The "Hearing ear and the seeing eye"
Aro dear to the (liiindy Madam.
Hut here's to solitude for two.
It suits us mid it suited Old Adam
YOU WONT BE BILIOUS WHEN
YOU DRINK IT.
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tlto fc!inn lirn-p.
I'AaiKl .UU VAIM'.O IjUUIJ
1 J 6 Hotel St.
ew things, but
riliaf - llisllaiii