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nvKNiNo ntJM.trriN. Honolulu, t. h niiruv. jan. 11, 1907.
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Car Capsized At Pearl
City And Blocks
A NEW LINE of INFANTS, CHILDS end MISSES' BAREFOOT SANDALS
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Good For A
Many Is the time when a good "rcady-lo-scrve" dish comes In
Handy. .Heinz Baked Beans with or without Tomato Sauce fills
this demand toa nicety. They are ready to serve from the tin, for
they arc good h'ot or cold. Nice for luncheon on a busy day, for the
lunch basket, for a "bed-tims extra."
HEINZ BAKED BEANS with Tomato Sauce
HEINZ BAKED BEANS plain
HEINZ BAKED BEANS VEGETARIAN (no pork)
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jan 11.1907
LOCAL AND IENERAL
NAME OF STOCK
C flfrwer Jfc Cn.HH.w.
T.rta riatitatlnnCo ...
Haw Com & Stiff Co .
Hawaiian Suar Crt .
Hntmmit Siijcar Co ..,
Ilfffiftkaa S"Kr Cn
Haiku Sueur Co
K'almkii llatiMllnfi Cfl
KlpaltiiltiSiisar L .
Kolort StiRar Cn
CKihu Sugar Cn
Onkola Sugar Plane Co
(flat Mii;ar co Mil
I'aaliau Sw;ar PImiI Co!
I'clfckco Silr Co ..
I'lmrrr Mill Co
Waialua Auric Co .
Wallukii tnirar Ca
Walliikli Miliar Co Set
Walmra Sugar .Mill Co
liitcrl.tainl Strain N Co
linn NT ft I.Col'rri
Hon K Tilt I. Co Com
Mtilnal Trloiiliom Co
Nalilkll Nill'fccr Co.,
I 'II Pa
Oaiiti net l. Co.
HiloK KCii. ..
I Ion II Ai M(.o .
Maw irr lic
Haw Icr 41,,' tc......
llau Irr 4H pr.. ..
Haw Trr I Pi
Haw (ttiv't 1ca....
Cal ISrrt NIK l Krl C"
p I. r . . .
Haiku Sugar Cod tc
The rliiuilbiinit which took pl.icu at
Alea yesterday was ono of consider
able violence and plaed boiiio queer
pranks with the objects (lint wore In
lis way. Sweeping down along tho
gulch which runs on tho llwa side of
tho Alcn railroad station, the rushing
water oarrleil with It whatever ob
stacles It encountered In Its path.
Not only ilhl the swollen stream ear
ly nwny several bridges, lint it wash
til away two houses belonging to ,ln
r.hese. These dwellings were picked
up liodlly mill carried for n distance
of about fifty feet and deposited on the
railroad track. Hero they remained,
and ns tho water rushed past and
through them they became nlmoxt half
filled wllh tho mud and silt which the
torrent leosllcil In them, In spllo
of Hie rough usage, which they had
been subjected to both houses wcro
It was the obstruction formed by
llioan Ittn hmunu nu ll'nll ou .l.tl.t-ltf
from tho bridges which the tffmalii;s;;C6p,c!,,:
had destroyed and which had nwi, ""SJ. ih'."'. '"
i . ... ,.,,.... . I Moil K T Sx I.Coftp c
been dctoslted on tho truck, Hint kept Kalinin Phut Co 6 pr
Hie niornlnR tniln from Knhtikii lata I;-',1" J"1 '',c".1'1'
IMIitl Sugar Co ope
cstcrdny. Until houses were put ()UaSuirarCo6 pc. .
back nwny froniMho track, and niter Kfi'imco Vl. c "
Ilia water, which, was standing about Waulim Acric Co spc
In,. f.nl ,l,,,ni ..v.,.- llw. nlta l.r.,1 uiiIl I .ClUiUe ? UO I 01,
Allied, (lie train passed on.
In tho meantime this was not the
only accident on the railroad lino yes
lerday. During the afternoon three
cars londed with coal, which formed
;nrt of n freight train, went off tho
(rack at IVur! City right ut tho switch
lo tho Killing. One of tho cars win
overturned; tho two others merely
Jiuiilied tho track. The load was not
cleared until (i p. m., tho softness ol
Hie ground making wrecking opera
tions difficult. While tho ro,id win
thus blocked, p.isscngcrH uml malls
had to bo transferred from trains
which had to pass.
Today tho main lino of tho (). II. &
I.. Co. Is clear, and tho trnlns are run
ning on time. The Wahlnwa branch
lino Is, however, still blocked by the
landslide which occurred yesterday.
About u tons of dirt has been wash
cd down ocr tho track, and u wreck
ing gang Is busy today removing tho
t,JHjrrn I w
1i I t
To many people the servant prob
lem Is as simple as any other Is, In
jfact, lutt a Bulletin Want Ad. matter.
AkrH Indian and Hiwn. coodr. 115S Fort.
T. 3 Kay Is returning lo Kohala to
day on the Manna I,oa.
Sales Ilct. Hoards; IS Kwn, 23.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.S0 cents,
cr $70. per ton.
Itcmnant sate nl Whitney ft Marsh's jl
bcalni on Monday morning, )
If your sewing machine needs repair-IJij
Ing phone Denny & Co.. Main -188. It;
Mrs. (!. N. I.ncli Is n passenger on'l
the Mnutia l,oa today for Hawaii. j'
, Alameda dance January lllh, Mutlr,.l.'
uurlnc dinner hour at ltoyal llawnllnn,'
LONDON BEETS, 3s 9d
SUGAR, -r- 3.50
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and, Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILIIAM WILLIAMSON', Maiwc.r,
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Evening Bulletin 75i per month.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and OIN
GCR ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Tclcj-honc Main 71
Yours for Health
iibatiuetlou with tihovela and powder.
Tho Wnlallia plantntion'H branch
line, which takcri freight froni Ihn
I'uiilkl depot lo the Wnlallia mill. In
reported to bu out of commission at
present on account of tho ruin. Thn
water is standing as high iih four feet
abovo tho track In places.
Tho railroad men report that llio
rain has interfered wllh tho harvest
ing of (ho crop on tho plantations
along tho line, as tho heavy wu.ithcr
makes it almost Impossible lo brln?
the emu finni tho Ileitis to tho mill.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NtiXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 170-1B0 KING STRCF.T.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wv pack, haul and ibip youi
goods and ive you money.
Dealer in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Wfchaoe, 126 King St. Phone Main 5
SWELL AUTO HATS
U03TON DLDG., PORT GTRULT.
Nuujiiu Ictw, Hotel and Klnu OU.
The meeting of tho Hawaiian Kigl
nc?rliig Assorlatlon lust night waa tho
hirgcHl ever held by thiit body
William Wcliiilili wiHiko on tbn r.ub
Jcct of ilenatiiiril alcohol, fully des
cribing bis Investigations ou its manii-
laeture while In Cuba, also referring to
(onver:;.it Inmi ho hud held on tho. mil
Jcit with the gieriitnci)l ehciulst lit
Washington, who expressed an opinion
that Hawaii wau ono of the places
wheic tho inamtfacluiM of dcnntuieil jil
coliol niild bo carried ou nl u jirolll.
I1'. J. Ciihu read nn Intvicutliig paptr
on "Wliclei-8 Telegmphy." .With
hluckho.ud and chalk ho Illustrated the
most minute uorkluga of the system,
ranking It quite clear to those who had
previously been In tho daik icgardliig
The Mn-railfic Con&tilai Couforcnci!
leceived a lengthy dUcusslon and wni,
heartily endorsed by the Association
i.nd a conunlttre consisting of Mr.
Oaitlc), Mr Ilallcntync und Mr. 1'ctno
will di aft a retolutloii to that effect
and fnrwanl to Kecrelary Itoot. i
BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1907.
Useful odds and ends In our House
hold Department: German Vood Salt
Boxes and Mixing Spoons; Candle,
sticks; Table Cutlery; Tea and Coffee
Caddies; Vegetable,' Noodle, Sandwich
and Cookie Cutters; Timbat and Jelly
Moulds; Apple Corers and Parers;
Wooden Butter Moulds and Paddles
Lewis & Co., Lit-.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S EMPORIUM
163 King St, Telephone Main 210
I'.ml Kinlnent Commander Kiik H,
Porter, assisted by Sir Knight J. I)
Tucker as Maishal, Installed tho ofll
corn of Honolulu Commnndery, No. 1,
K. T-, last night in Masonic Temple,
its follows: l.'mlneiit .Commander, C
0. ilockus; tJeiioraUhblnio, C. K. Mur
ray; Captain tiencrul, 10. It. Uath;
I'rolato, A. M. Morrill; Treasurer, Da
vld Dayton, Recorder, .1. I). Tucker;
Scnloi Wardcnr W. II. Ooctz, Jiinloi
Warden, J. S McCandlets; Standard
Bearer, M. V Robinson ufiword Rear
er, V Btaiblrd; Wardor, J. J. Dolber.
The Wenklr Rdlllnn of tlm l!vnnlna
llullctln kIvcs a comnlcta Biimmarr ol C1lft.ncii
the uuwtt of tho duy. For SI yMr.blicilf! lliowu,
Miss Julia K. Hush was yestcrdu)
tipiKilnted hlenogiapher to County Rhei-
I n lniil.cn, Khe succeeds Henry Vim
who hold thai po-dtlon under
Hllkolliic curtain material, plain mid
fane), 12ic. and 15c a yard at A
Iiihpcetor .Ins. C. D.ivls will leave
next Tuesday lo visit the hcIiooIb on
Maul nnd Molnknl.
A list of the officers elected to serve
for the ensuing enr In the United
Chinese Society is published ill this
The Criterion serves a quirk and sat
isfy Ing lunch at noon every day for
2."e. with a glass of beer or soft ill Ink
Chns. Smith, a well known bushiest,
limn In Piivn, FIJI, Is n paM-cngcr on
the Moana, Inking a vacation dip
through ('lilted Stales and Canada.
Sibiimnu Carriage Co. have n splcii
dldlv equipped carriage repair shop ou
Queen street. Skilled workmen do"
painting, repairing mid aim build car
riages, wagons mid drnya to order.
Charles II. Rose will take tho sisl
lion of clerk lo SherlfT Inukea next
Monday. Ho will bo missed by nil
those accustomed to travel ou the In
William Conrad, who did not show
up for trial In the Police Court ester
day when bis caso, wits called, was i
fined ill) for contoniitjiif. court by J
Judge Whitney this imJrnlng.
There will be nn InstnllaHon of ofll
rers at the Hawaiian TrlboNo. 1, I O.l
II. M this evening, which nil members'
aie requested to attend, Visiting hiolh
era in the city nre cordially Invited to
Tho IIospcb ii" lb' Rarn hand, which
eceiitly delighted Hie people of Ho
nolulu Willi their sweet strains, gno
select concert In the Suva Town
Hall, 1'IJI, under tho patronage of
Persons wishing costumes for the
Mardl Gras Ball next month may se
cure same by leaving orders with W.
O. Adams, care Bergstrom Music Co.,
on or before the sailing of the Ala
meda Jan. 14th.
The band will play nt the celebra-
lion of Wanhlngtiin'K Rlrtlulny on j
February 22 at tho Young Hotel roof I
garden. Orations will bo given by pii-i
plls of the Honolulu cchools ami I
The ship Krsklnc M. I'helps was
sighted off Koko Head Ibis morning
-it t: 10. 27 days out from Manila.
Captain Graham wilt ho welcome In
tho social circles of Honolulu, where
bo Ik a great favorite.
Miss Roso Davison received her
commission ns Humane Olllcer from
sheriff lauken this morning. She also
lecclved a special's badge und Is en
titled lo make arrests in nil cases
where tho circumstances warrant,
Tho Chinese elevator boy In the Mus
lim building met with a painful acci
dent jcstcrilay afternoon. Ills hand
was caught between the ilium and
i aide and badly mashed, Two flngcin
will piolmbty he lost by the incident.
Now Is u good lime for kodakeis lo
arrange their negatives and register
them. Honolulu IMiolo-Supply Co. hao
Indexed alliums which will not only!
register )our Dims, hut also picscivo
them. Also photo albums., etc.
W. D. Adams of thn Honolulu Con
eit and lecuui Iltirr.iii, wishes to an
nounce thai nil iH.'iMini- wishing scats
for the Nordlca recital next Juno must,
book scats before rebr.uary 15th. Ring
lip Main 3(l, Territorial Messenger of
bee, for bo plan.
Among tho passengers arriving this
morning on the Moana was W. II. I.e
iiiaie, one of (he most noted of Uug
llsh organists. He has (icon on a (rip
around the world and will probably
mop over In the United Stales for homo
little 1 1 mo giving recitals.
Tho Win, C. Lyon Co. Is moving Into
uiwn-slalrs quailcrs on Hotel street,
between I'orl nnd Illshop. Resides car
rying Ibn regular line of Htuudaid
books, old, now and out-of-print sets
and single volumes will bo carried,
Also a line of library furnishings.
A petition litis been submitted to tho
Roanl of Supervisors nsklng that tho
Kup.inlhl road in I'uuoi Valley bo ma
eiidaiulzcd, as It Is now in a tenlhlo
'ondltloii. The i.etltlou is signed Ly
JiuIrc S, 11. Dole, Albert Walerhouso.
2 llanallans and a laigo number of
"Right Setting for Spiritual Dia
monds" is Mr. Wadinan'a subject (his
ivciilng at 7:fiD In (he Methodist
Uiuicb. The last mcctl!!-; of an Inter
esting s.cilca In observance of the Week
of I'rayci. An informal social gathei
Ins will tin held in the parconase at
the cIofc of tho reivlic,
Humphrey Reckley, ono of thu most
prominent members of the bar at Suva,
rljl, nrrlted In tho Moana thin morn
ing. Ho has been hero several times
heforo on hlu way to running Island.
I lu was ono of thoso Interested In tho
deal In which County Auditor Illcknell
told nut his bharo of Fanning.
Chairman Hustaco ol tho Roard ot
Supervisors, who has the Hawaiian
baud under his special direction, has
freided to glvo tho residents of Ku
ilhl a chnuco to enjoy tho music onco
lu a while. Accordingly the band will
play on Iho lawn outside (ho Kallhl
pumping station next Sunday after-
I noon, If tho weather inu'ltiltu.
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful designs, In Guckoos, Trumpet
ers and small timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PRICE8 RANGE FROM
$1.50 up to $35
M, R. Counter, Jeweler,
-1 T -. 4 .
1142 FORT ST.
' ("i." t'V-i'i-.'v ("i.'-v"v-rv ,;
Come in and see them
COYNE FUlfTURE CO.,
rOKNKU HOTEL AND IWION STS.
'Iho "Hearing ear and (ho seeing cyo"
Are dear lo Iho (Iriituly Madam;
Hut hero's (o solitude for two.
It stills us and It bulled Old Adam
YOU WON'T BE BILIOUS WHEN
YOU DRINK IT.
It wouldn't be Spring anywhere else, hut It Is here and so
tender that it melti In your mouth. Let us suggest a shoulder for
your Sunday dinner. With a little mint sauce you will probably
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA STREETS.
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Why Don't You Try
I BUTTERNUT. BREAD!
;'i ll is wliitrr nnd lifiliter (linn liny other; it lias ii inot ipasing )J
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; ll.lturj il is n llliirilliius juihi, inoesuiiit't ruilMien uio iijnii-iiii,
JUKI IS WlllKlI'l-IIIIiy HllhUlllllll. 111(10 111 I III.1 MllllU SlO 10111 lis
oniiiuiry iiitiiu iiiiii sens lor tiu; miiiiu jiricc.
YOU WII.N KIND OUU l'ASTKY
J'C) YOIMC TAS'l'l":.
The Palm. 1 J 6 Hotel St.
Curoslty often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
" don't try it with paper patterns. A garment spoiled exceeds
the co:t of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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