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EVENING HUI.I.ETIN, HONOMJM T II . TUn3DAV, JAN 10. ,9."i7
ftfr KIND i
yn ABOUT ... ...r
A NEWT4X IAW
Want Method Or Taxing
All Capital Stock
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE1
HONOLULU, Jan 10. 1907 ill
LOCAL AND GENERAL
NAMtr Or STOC
C Biewer 8t Co
Na Hat it at lun Co
Hawaiian Apnc Co
lUwCtmt fc Sue Co
Hawaiian sugar Co
llaftHikat SiiRnr Co
Haiku StiriU Ot
Kftliuku Plniitntfritt C
Kltalmlu SiiRar o,
Kftlftfl SiKr Co . ,
Oilm Sujtar Co ,
f)kiU Snirnr I'lnut Cn
Olaa Sunar Co IA
PaMnu Sunr I'ImiI, do
l.inrSiiKiir Mill. .
I'aln rtmtnliotiCo .
lYiiwkm SitRflf t,i
I'l'xirrr Mill Co .
Wniatua AriIpCo ,
WrIIuV.ii Snirflr Co
Wnlluku SiiiMf Co Srr
WflituaiiAlo Sncar Co
Wali urn Sugir .Mill Oi
IntrrUtail Su-ani NCo
HoiiKI U I.Cnl'i.l
Mutual Trtrt .Inn u Lo
NnluLii RulilK-r Co.,
A NEW LINE of INFANTS, CHILDS rnd MI8SC8 BAREFOOT SANDALS
& Mclnemy Shoe Store
Paul l' .
Good For A
Many la the time when a good "ready-to serve" dlth comes In
Handy. .Heinz Oaked 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."
HEINZ OAKED DEAN3 with Tomato Sauce
HEINZ DAKED BEANS plain
HEINZ BAKED BEANS VEGETARIAN (no pork)
Tlio iIpcIhIoii tendered by the Su
preme Court thin morning In the ease
fr the Central Mill Company vh. A. J.
Campbell, Teriltorlal Tioasuier. mny
cause a bill In bo Inlroilticcil Into tlio
I.egl.slattno nt thu coming Hussion Pro
vidian for tlio Imposition of luxes on
tliu entire ninoiint of eaplliil Htock
which u company In allowed by Dx nr
tides of Incorporation lo Issue
The Tronsurer nml tliu Attorney
(Icnernl's Department thoughl lliey
uliendy hail hiii-Ii light, nnil the Cell
Hal .Mill Company wax iicrorilliiiiK-
' taxe I on tlio S5.noi),oui of capital stock
! which Its articles of association au
thorize It to Issue Instead of upon thu
$.176,000 of capital slock actually Is
sued or authorized by Mile of the
The company paid the amount under
protest, ullli the understanding Unit It
the courts decided In lis favor, the dif
ference should be refunded by thu
Treasurer. This will now lme to be
inn ucpuiy Attorney tleneral Trus
ter slates that the Supreme Court's
decision will piobably necessitate the
passage of a law by the Legislature
r-llllml tzlliir tin. triYtillfiii nf Hi.. ..tillr..
uniount of capital slock wldfli a ciini-. m"iii,,W, C..'
paiiy may issue.
Attorney (leiieral I'eters said Hint
he had not looked Into the mutter suf
ficiently to be able to say whether or
not hu would advocate the lutrodiic
lion of such a meusiiie, but that he
would ko Into It more fully ami decide
what shall be done In icgard to It.
I M OOD
f . 4w on.
In-r Cn ,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Oaliu KKI. C.i
llil.i K KCn.
Hon UN MOr
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Haw Trr 4t pe
IU Tef4H i .-
Ilau Trr i pr
lltiwUnv'l ) M' ....
Cat HnlSiiS tt Krl C
I Inw ('.mi ft Suk ('.i $ i.
HnwSuKar C.i 6 pr.
Illl.ik KCii Cmi r. pi
llim R T l I.CuAp r
Katiuku PlAht Co b p c
I I Jim Kill I.Cn6pt'
O dm Suiear Cn t p c .
OUa Sugar C.16 pc .
I'aU Plantation Cn
Piotifrr Mltl Cu 0 ti c
To many people the servant prou- ',
lem Is as simple as any other Is, ln.'
fact, Just a Bulletin Want Ad. matter. '
Indian and llawn eood. 115S Fort
If Jour !swlut laacbllir uerds epuir
lae plionv Ueliliy & Co.. Main 45S.
The Hotel rialhs ale engaged lildayi.,1'
evrnlni; by n prhate swIiiiiuInK p-irly.',-
Alameda dance January 11th. Music1'
ii.irini; dlniier hour at Itoynl Hawaiian 'j'l
U II. ....... ............ i.linr.1.. will. I !
.jia v....ii.rv ...'..., .....n-.. ".-"i.r,
prostitution, weie nolle prossed on ac-l;
eoiilit ol luck of evidence In the I'ollco J'l
court this inorulm;.
I.lbel lor dh circe wus tiled lodaj by
L"ll:inl Mossmaii nKaliist Harry Muss
man. Tin: wife charges failure to sup
port. The (ouplp were married June
-(J. I'Jbtt, and have one child. i
the Inter-lslunil steamer Maul Is'
uiiilerKolliR n IhoniiiKh ovcrliHillliiK
and will be completely refilled lK-fore
(oltiK hick on the run. New decks anil
MiMTstrm lure will be jmrt of Ihe win Is j
In be iI'jiip.
The clatenieiit fn the inoniliiK paper
that Knanaann, the llawallau who was
taken to the polite Million esterdn)
mid charged with being Insane, Is eon
liadlcted by good authority In one rt-,
upecl. The man was not aged. i
The ciillors of the Uabcock who I u '
liikcn their libel stilts Into tlio I'eiler.ill
itinrt have made a eoiniminilfe wlfh
the Kcwnll eompuiiy by which they
Will receive I3U00 damages, 'fheie weiu
tlilrlt fit suits for $r,uun apiece original
ly The stockholders of the ITrst Na
tional Hank held their iililiual ineetliu
last Tuesday uMenimm, electing the old
olllcers mid dirt dors to serve for the!
ensuing )r.ir, Itcports were lead show-
lug I hat Hie bank was In u prosperous'
A nathe Mcci!nrc who was work-'
lug on the Nebrasknn loading sugar '
iiilsH-d his footing jesterdny afternoon,
ii nd fell down Ihe hutch. Luckily ho'
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful Ucslgne, In riuckoos, Trumpet
rrs and una 1 1 tunrpifcrs- all qood tlmrkrrprrt.
HRicra RAiint; trom
$1.50 up to $35
M, R. Counter, Jeweler,
- i . , . i m
1142 FORT ST.
Come In and see them
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
COKXER HOTEL AN'I) I'NIOX ST.S.
The largest and costliest building
thus far undertaken In New York, the
city of Immeniie stritettiies, Is Ihe mag
ninf.ttit tin nan una l-niuimni ...itiioiiitii
or .St. John the Divine, noiv being SU6AR
elected on Mornlngslile Heights. This wwvm
will be the greatest sacred edifice III '
America and Ihe font 111 lu Importance
Sales Het ween Hoards: JO Mclli)dc,
tJAVA; r, Wnlalua, ?ivj. :m r.wn. $2S;
30 i:wa. $25; 7 Wnlalua. JCU; 10 Olio-
men, $38. Session 3. llouokna, $11; ioiiI) fell part of Ihe way lo the bottom
1.'. llouokna, $11. ot (he hold and esriijied with a broktu
- lib and n number of painful bruises.
Latest surar quotation, 3.55 cents, (Hindu Carvnlho, the girl who nt-
i or $71. per ton. liuipted tii isnutiilt suit hie .xesterdayi
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
WHOLESALE AGEN TS
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purust goods manu
factured In town.
Consplidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 7 J
In the world.
pliorleallyr.iirou.rvlthHedouH'geinK 8tOCr( 8(1(1 B0I1(I D6p3ltfTIB.lt
inn ii-iii iu ine lasuiou, which is re- ,, , ,, , , . , .
ptirttHl to have caught society's r,icjr,Men,brs Honolulu Stock and Bond
In Paris, of sliiddlng the heels of tlaln- Exchange.
t.v sllpwni with gleaming stones. WILLIAM .WILLIAMSON. Maiiagrr,
The best training for tbo gohlen FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
streets Ik cleaning earth's nUcjs. TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-180 KING STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pck, haul and ship youf
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kin St. Phone Main 58
Yours for Health
vas brought befuru the I'ollco Comtl
his nioinlnu, charged with dlsobed-'
If nee In her parents. After the case
ha.l been Investigated by Judge Willi-'
Itey he m lit the child lo Ihe reform
The ease of Kaliiaim, charged with
having had lllecal u-latlons Willi a glil
itiider fourteen jears of age, was lo
have been tried In Judge Uoblimon a
court today, but It was necessary lo
postpone It mi account of there being
no Jury to tiy the case. Four of the
jurors weie stalled down nt Alea by a
.vuslioiil In the mad and were unable
lo get to Honolulu lu time.
"The jinMpeitv of the St. UmiIb Col
Icitc Alumni Association owning Its
own liome nie brighter than tvei,' so
ays a member of that Institution. "Ml.
Dreler pmjsisex to make It as easy us
possible for us by selling us the lund
-in a fort ot InMulimcnt plan, limiting
pa incuts when convenient." The As
oclatloii will erect Its building uud
when the land Is paid fur will becomo
llielr own pruiwrlv,
llov. Knther Mniirus Dekuiii will soon
leme for .Maul to tako charge of the
Catholic mission nt l-ilinlnu. He came
fioiu llelfiluiii about two uionlhs ago.
Father Thomns, who nt the death of
Father Oliver, was sent lo till his place
at l.nlialua, will go back In his old ills-
'i lot In southern Mnloknl.
Taliiilated statistics regarding Ihe
rubber piodiictlou from needling liees
will shortly bo Issued by the Iltireuu of
igrlculture and Forestry. Superinten
dent llosmer rejiurts many uppllcutloni:
to him for seeds (his jeai.
The "Hearing ear nml the seeing e"
Art' dear lo the (Iruiitly Madam;
Hut here's to solitude for lv.ii,
l kiiIIs us and It suited Old Ad.tlii
YOU WON'T BE BILIOUS WHEN
YOU DRINK IT.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BEGINNING JANUARY 1,
Useful odds and ends In our House
hold Department: German Wood 8alt
Boxes and Mixing Spooni; Candle,
ctlcks; Table Cutlery; Tea and Coffee
Caddies; Vegetable, Noodle, Sandwich
and Cookie Cutters; Tlmbal and Jelly
Moulds; Applo Coren and Parers;
Wooden Butter Moulds and Paddles
SWELL AUTO HATS
B08TON BLOC, FORT STREET.
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King Sts.
(Continued from Page 4)
ror the reitrinloii or armaments niidi
If possible for their reduction by con-1
orient International uctlou; uud It Is
Hcnolveil, That tlio Honolulu Cham-1
bar of Commerce respeilfully udds lts
ceiuiun lo uiobc oi oilier leprvseuiu
live bodies throughout the United
Stales to the President of the United
States, asking him to Inttruct the del
egates of the United Slides at tliu ualtl
Hague Coufeience, to bo held on or
uboul May, 1907, to pusuut tlio above
mentioned subjectu to thu said confer
ence for its coiiblderatlun mid to mgu
Its fu voi utile action llieieou,
Mr. Morgan presented a resolution
relating to the lUiipailHc Congress ua
Wiieie.iB, Fioni lier strategic posi
tion, Hawaii In deeply Interested In
any muvement having fur Its object
thu development of commerce on the
IMcine- therefuie, bu II ITHE HOUSEKEEPER'S EMPORIUM
Resolved, That the Hoard of TriiHlets.
ot the Ilunoliilu Clumber of Commerce. 169 WnfJ St. Tiiepnone Main z-o
most heartily eudoises thu plan lor a mmmmmmm
I'.in-I'uclflfi C'oimul.ir Convention un
uiitllned liy the winmllteu having tlw I mm Mr. Ilowen regarding the melhod
mailer lu charge, uud tliu secretuiy Is of tilling vncanclos In committees lu
heieby Inalrucleil to forwurd duly-al- fuses where members were absent for
tested copies of this resolution to lion-' n long period, us would bo his cuae,
orublu Kllliu Hoot, Secictary of Slate,' followed, nml (he communication laid
and to Honorable J. K. Knlanlauuole, on Ihe table. Tbo meeting' then nil-
Delegate to Congress,
apjuov.il and support of the plan; and
bu It futlhcr The BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
Itcbolved, That Delegate Kalanlu-j DEX, published In the Saturday Bull
liaolu bu requested to uppcal to Con- tl.l and the Weekly Edition, gives s
tress for u suitable unuronrlatlon If concise ana eomoieis resume of ill le-
the State Department finally upproves 0l notices, calls for tenders, judg
of tlio plan, nml lecoinmcnds to dm- '?"- .bJiJid. "0 . f,r"! ..i""d L'S.Zi
75t Pr moitth.
lewis & Co., Ltd.
: Juicy Steaks
We have facilities for getting the best there is In meats,
make a specialty of steaks for broiling.
BERETANIA, ALAKEA AND UNION STREETS.
1 ... a
WIT .(HI SAVS
ITO IP DH
Willie the political storm Is over,
some of the broken-down bosses uio
lioliig Ihetr best to keen alive the race
Ifsne und have taken Sam Uwlght us
their chief man to hammer.
Senator Achl of Achl't labor party,
said yesterday that before election
Uwlght openly announced In his pub
lic speech that should ho be electetl
ho would not support Sam Johnson uu
it road supervisor. The natives, says
Add, weru greatly pleased lo luar
Dwlght make such announcement, uud
believed that he would not go back on
his word, they voted Tor him. Slncu
Ihe election, Uwlght practically Hindu
Ihu rnmo i.tnteiucnt lu the presence ol
Senator Achl ami one other gentleman
und wiii congratulated for his stand,
so Achl nays. The labor party has
since learned that Uwlght nt the drat
biipcrvUoilul t uncus voted for Johnson
and the natives, 11115s Achl, ure baying
Unit Uwlght got them all fooled. Had
Uwlght told the natives that ho would
vote for Johnson, lliey certulnly would
not have given him their votes, wits
Why Don't You Try
1 BUTTERNUT BREAD 1
It U whiter nuil lighter thnn liny other; it lins n most lik-nsing i
ilnvor; it is n nutritious food, wlioWmii', mitisiiw tlm iiipetito, ft"
nml is uoiiik'rfull.y sustiiiiiini;. iliiile iu tlit; smuo sizo loaf ii J
orihimry lirt-iul nml sells for tlio miiiiu iriov.
YOlT WIM. FIX!) OI'K I'ASTKY AND CAKKS (lOOU
TO VOUK TASTK.
The Palm. J 1 6 Hotel St.
lequebtlng theii' Joiiinetl.
giess Unit piDvlslou bo made for a con
vention of American Consuls to bu held
of u foinmimlcalloii Weekly Bulletin Si" Pr W-
AN OLD STYLE REVIVED
London, Dec. 22. The early Victo
rian dandy has reapiwared lu Picca
dilly, heiuldlng a revival of the stock
as ihu fashionable nockwvar for ino'i.
Walking down the classic avenue, a
rlslnt joiiug uuthor, tall uud of dlstlu
gulshed appearance, attracted atten
tion by wearing a faithful rep rod uc
lion of thu stock of Uio 1S3U period
lie was ollifcrwlbo faultlessly dressed
iu tlio stle of 1U0C-7.
W JHL S? -Irw ' I
Curoslty often leads woman to experiment with new things, but -1
don;t try It with paper patterns. .A grmnt spoiled exceeds
the cost of a hundred patterns.
The Weekly Edition or trie Kvanlns
Hulltlin giver a complete summary
(bo uowg of the di, For 1
F. W. Jordan & Co.. Ltd.
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