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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, FEU. 4. 1UU7.
Our Line of New
DM JHS SIMS
Arc Simyly Irresistable
Steel embroidered, three-bar sandals.
Jet embroidered, three-bur sandals.
Nile Green, Lvendr, Pink and
Blue Canvas, and dressing to match.
White Satin, Canvaa and Kid, (
$2.50, $3, $4.50, $5, $6,.$7 jg
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb. 4.1907
SpicMI In the nnlfedn
Wnlliiku, Mnul, Feb. 1. I-nt Tues
day nftcr hearing evidence for a day
nml n half Judgo McKny cominlttcct
Mclcnnn, the womnn who was wltn
Fred naymnnd nt the tlmo of the
shooting, on the lesser charge of man
slaughter, to appear hefoce the next
(Irand Jury and nnswer for the killing
of Fred Raymond.
We are In receipt of some excellent poultry from the mainland, se
lected by our own buyer and guaranteed to be superior to any In
the city. Our cold storage compartments are free from the unpleas
ant effects usually found In such places and the results are more
Metropolitan Meat Co.
EL1A MEYER DEAD
(Special to The lliillclln)
Walluktt. Maul, Feb. I. Ella M.
Meyer, son of D. I,. Meyer, mummer
of Maul Wine and Liquor Co., died
yiHlcnlay nml wan hurled namo after
noon at the, nomnn Catholic Cemetery
nt tho Sandhills, Waltuku. Ella wan
born In Wnlliiku December 1, 1889,
and wan therefore Just entering Into
hla eighteenth year when death over
took him. Ho was Injured -whllo at 8t.
Louis College hint March hut tho cause
ol IiIk Immcdlato deatli was pneumo
nia. Mr. Meyer la receiving Iho deep-c-Bt
sympathy from hla numcroiiH
filenda, for ho has not only lost a
wife, hut also four other children ilur
Iiik tho pant two years.
KAMI OF STOCK
C Rrrwrr & Co .......,
Kua Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian Aqric. Cfl.
Haw Tom k Sug Co .
Ilonmtid Fugar Co .
Itttiolcaa Sugar Co .
Katnikll PlanUllnil Co
Klpahulii Siizar co
Knlna Sugar Co
Oalm Sugar Co.
f)iwima sucrar fo
OnVnla sugar Haul Col
uiaa Migar tn i-w
Paahau Sugar rl.nl Co
rarii.r Migar .miii.
IVpftkeo Sugar Co..
ri.mr Mill Co
WalluVil Sugar Co .
Walma.ialn sucar Ol
YValmta Suglr Mill Col
lulf rMaii'l Stram N Co
llrai H T k I. Co Prel
Mutual Telrl!ion Co
I'ai.ll'p . ...
u Kuwf i
STOCKS IN SAN FRANCISCO
srl el' I
Following arc the cpiolallons for
sugar HtockH In I In Ban Kintirlst-it Kx
change, Jan. 2'i:
lluwnllan Com X.1? K
llonokaa, 8. C IIVi I-
Hulch. S. P. C I IhVi
Kltatlcn S. C :t
MnkRWcll C 32 3.114
Onomea, S. C .18 W
I'linuluiii H. C Hi"', 17
Union H. Co r.O
do jmol Ml
Oalm KM. Co.
Illlo K R Co..
i law it 4 yr
Haw Trr 4), lr..
HawTrr im ic.
Haw (h1 t tit..
Cal lift Hug Ac Rtl Co
lUiku Sugar CoApr
Hw (.'mil At SilgCoJl
Illlo K KCn C"ii A cl
linn KTA 1.1'nt i r
Kaniikii i-iatii Lna p c
(fanti kk l.uofipt.
Oaliu Sugar Co 6pc
(lUa Sugar Co A pc.
I'ala I'Utilalioii Co .
I'lmHr Mltl Co A tic
Watalua AgtlcCo jpr
I. T JO.OOO
1 5 , 000
I I 4
! if X, if, .. X XHUKKKXH M
.a A Bulletin Want ad. will ..
X exchange a poor landlord
for a good one as quickly
as It will trade off an un
needed lawn mower.
KXKK)i X. K '
Sales Ilntwecn Hoards: ir, Oahu
frilK. Co., (21; 2r,0 O. II. & I.. Co., SJ3-J;
r.0 (). It. & I,. Co.-, $92; 100 O. It. & U
Co., $92. Srsslon: 7 Kiihuku, $23..r,0;
TO I law. C. and Hug. Co., $S.,; II i:vn.
Latest sugar quotations, 3.48S cents
or $69.70 per ton. '
LONDON BEETS, 8s 8 14(1
Plunge "J Turkish
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
That's the number to ring up, II you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purcet goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Wallukn, Maul, fob. I. liiiln, heavy
drenchlnK ratlin, nrrompanleil by thun
der and llfihlnlnn, Iiiih provnlled all
over Maul idnco Vedncnday. Over
70 Inchea of rain wan r!ortetl to havo
fallen at tho Kahlklnul ranch, and
othcrwlxo nrlil landa aro deeply nml
thickly covered with, thu natlvo prat
lie grasp Kn-konakona. Thu Ilullctln
rurrcBnonilpnt InvcatlRatcil tho rumor
and found 7 Inchca to bo correct.
Tula mornlnK W. K. Ilal, tho Su-
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,,!
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT.ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
KasLasvhViA --JbssHk SH
IsRsssssssssssjLiBl V I
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Tine beat beet' nnd you'll be drtnklriB
Panama hata cleaned at the Olobe.
Indian and llawn. gooda, UfiS Korl.
No fancy prlcca at the New Kiifilann
Kxcellcnt poultry nt the Metropolitan
Itcpular mcctliiK of Harmony Uidne,
I. n. r. !'.. this nvcnlnc.
Win, A. Se.xton of San Francisco U
nt the Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel.
Absolutely choice cbbb. l-owcat kw
slbte prlco nt C. .1. Day & Co.'s.
Kx-Scnator Wllllania of Nevnda is
ttayliiR at the lloyal Hawaiian Hotel.
Stated incctlnc of Hawaiian I.oiigc.
V. & A. M.. tills cvcnlnK nt 7!30 o'clock,
Harmony UxIrc. No. 3, I. O. O. !'.,
meets toiilcht at 7:30 In I. 0. O. V.
You aro tho loser If you're not tnk'
liiK iidvanlaKo of tlio bis muslin under
wear snlo nt Hloni'a.
Public ineotltiR of Oahu IwIkc; Thco
Kophlcnl Society, nt 7:15 p. m.. In nxim
r,l of the Alexander Voiiiik biillillng
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by V. C.
Ilcrgln. Arcoinmodallons, suppllct
and attendanro nbaoltitcly first class
Uncst bathing on tha beach.
Kninriliiv iil-thi ii sneak lb ef nuletlv
iiiiiironrlated sevcnil Panama linttti
Ironi a house on Ktunia street at wlilcli
n social dance wna roIiir on.
Cecil V. flmy of New York, who ha
Just been secured ny me Hawaiian hi
I'.ce Specialty Co. na n icpnlr man. Is
now at the Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel,
Tho benefit dnnco which was to have
been Riven Inst Saturday night by tho
Kiiniehnnicha Alumni Association has
'been poilKined until further notice.
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs, ro
ducea lemperaturo iih much n 33 de
Rrces. This haH been ascertained by
actual test California Kced Co.,
.lowpli Marsden. former planter", leg
islator nnd Commissioner of Agricul
ture In Hawaii, wua married January
2.1 nt Highland lodgo liivcrncmt, Cali
A special niccthiR of the stockholil-
rrH of the Slandanl Tclepnono un.,
Ltd., will be held this afternoon at I
o'clock In the officii of Thompson &
Dr. McLennan hits returned nml ro
Mimed practlco nt Dr. McOrow cot
lage, comer Itlchnrda and Ilerutaiilu
streetH (Itoynl Hawaiian Hotul block)
Phono Main 229.
(In to Sachs' for big money saving
siieclala In Peter Pan waists, solid col
or dlinlllcH iiud hand-eiiibroldered
(able rentera; closing nut salo of clill-
dren'H wash lints and bonnelH la now
Three French sailors from the cruls-
CARVEO WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful detlgns, In Cuckoos, Trumpet
ers and small timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PRICES RANGC FROM
$1.50 up to $35
M, R. Counter, Jeweler.
1142 FORT ST.
SALE OF KOA FURNITURE
We Imvi' iipw pit uf lOA
TO CI.OSK or
l)l!KSSKI.S . . ..
HliDSTKADS . .
I.I KH THIS WILL
i ACS A IX.
ITUXnTKHllmt we an-oliig '
T UK LOW COST. ,
XKVKU P.K OKKKKKI)
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
ii ai jw-Ha a i- - - . - - ,.-qgg,ii
1 on :;
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m irnK w un i s
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! MUMk : We'll toast Mt. Ralnler's nrcllv Iais. '!
i jffLjWl sl' Who's clad for winter snow,
KEai '91 And drink to her of tropic lantls,
i P'rHswWyl JV. She's clothed in lels you know,
' SLVMifl l Lel't both these lassies prost In beer,
P!?P H kaJtO) Champagne cannot compete,
i F BL Thc WJ,cr Purc ,rom Ralnler's Mount
Kll ' Makes "Rainier' hard to beat.
J C. A. Nehon, Agt. Phone Main 1331 j
A fine blended Bourbon Whlakey
Qnllonn, HnlNClallonM nnd Bottlea.
3 Bottles for $2,00
I ouiic Pn I M family liquoD dealers,
LdWIS 06 UU-, LIUi, 169 King SI. Phom Main 240
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ,
u , i. i . -
176-180 KINO STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yooi
toodc and ive you money.
De.ltri in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Sloas;e in BtJck Watehoun, 126 Kinj S, Thonc Main 58
Iicrliitenilent of tho Wallukn watci
works, whllo ut tho Intuko of tho wu
tcr works up liio Vnllvy, had a nurruw
(.'iicupu from n Hiiddoii froshct, ciiiiboiI
liouslhly liy cloiidhiiiKt In tint vnlloy.
He fortuiuitoly snw tho wull of water
lushing down In tlmo to scruintilo to
l higher ground boforo It reached lilm.
I Tho wutcr swopt over tho now wooden
Irldgo liullt over nurniw gorgo tweti
Ity feet ubovi tho lied of Iho htroum,
and nothing Imt tho fnct that tho frosli-
ct subsided In ten mliiiite unveil thu
. Iirldgo from being wuahed iiwuy, nflei
It hud seriously undermined tho up
proach from tho nmkul side,
Yestcrdiiy tho County onieer mov
ed Into their spacious now quartom In
tho Wulluku jail building. Hut thft
recent rains havo boon no unproco-
dcntcdly heavy that every room In the
building leaked. It Is hoped that tho
County Supervisors will spend n llttlo
money on It to make It water tight. It
uceiiiB that tho contractor was not ro
ipiliod Jn put In a water-tight coucreto
wall and roof.
n i--j.j . j..gsaesssaBjaMnaa
A Cut ItiL-Beef
was a Bourco of grief to very many
Irlends. lie was mi Kiigllshmau by
birth, li3 years of uge and a former sur
geon of the Hoyal Navy. Ho left n
wlfo and seven children Mrs. Tomp
kyns, now In Knglaud; Kdwurd (Ireen-
Iclil, who is in l'lltbburg; l-'nink, wh'j
in at Bwii; Mrs. J. J. Oraec, wlfo of Dr.
(Iraio of Hilo; tho MIbhck Fanny and
Ixiulso and Walter Urecnlleld, who are
at llonoltna. Tho funeral look place
on .Saturday afternoon, Itev. Me. Linda;
ley of raaullo olllclatlng.
Stylish Hats K. FUJITA & CO.
Nuuanu betw, Hotel
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furnlturs Made To Order.
NUUANU ST, COR, KUKUI,
DR. GREENFIELD DEAO
Dr. C. Ii. Greenfield died last week
Friday ut his icbldcneo In llonokaa,
after an Illness lasting somo wcckB
Ills condition had been Berlous for
somo tlmo and tho end wus not unex
nectcd. Dr. Orecnflold had lived in
the Islands many years mid bis death
NOTICE TO CREDITQR3.
ESTATE OF JAMES W. OIRVIN,
Tho undersigned, William O. Smith,
Administrator of tho Kstutu of JainoJ
W. Olrvln, deceased, hereby glveB no
tlco to all persons having claims
against tho estato of said decedent to
present tho samo to him at his ofllco
In tho Judd nillldlug, In Honolulu,
Oahu, Torrllory of Hawaii, within six
months from tho data of tho first pub
lication of this notice, whether such
claims bp becured or not, or they will
be forover barred.
Dated, Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., Janu
ary 28th, 1007.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Administrator of tho Kstato of
said Jnmcs W. Olrvln, do
ceased. aliOl Juu, L'8; Feb. 1, 11, 18, 'J3.
er Cntlnat were arrebted Saturday
night for an liifraetlon of the city laws.
Yesterday they were turned over lo t
Mi.i r.imiiiiiiii!-'!- ef t'-nl vessel for nun-
llpl.-cllvn Tiivlnr lirnkn un it iiiiinle v
nl ciMid-blzod crnn eunii-a vesler-
fat. Ilr-lliir nlnlip. tin WHH lltiallle ! "' v
lo arrest more limn four of Iho play
ers. one ot whom, a little boy, wiih let
go with it warning.
Tho cars on the Wnlalao road went
no farther than Klghth avenue Hunilny
morning. Tho truck from them to
the end of Iho Illlo was covered with
grnvel and sand nearly a foot deep. A
tang of trackmen soon had I tin tracks
Kvoryliody present seemed lo enjoy
I In- "volcano" lecture given by Itev. K.
W. Thwltig In tho Y. M. C. A. rooms
Saturday evening. Tim lecture was
held for the benefit of starving China,
and gathered In tho qu.irlein In tho
amount of fluo.90 clear
Mll;e Dutra, a rich ranch owner of
California, died here last week. He
van n sufferer from valvular disease
of the heart and camo hero seckin;
health, but was loo weak to rally. IIU
wlfu and a trained iiiirsn accompanied
him. 'Iho remains will go to tho coast
on tho Siberia this week
Captain llaittcfciillla and officers ot
tho French man-of-war Catlnat were
entertained at dinner In thu Young i
Hotel Inst evening by Dr. Angustu?
Marques, acting French Consul. .Maid
enhair ferns and loses adorned the
tables. Admiral Very and Mrs. Cana
varro, Portuguese Consul, worn among
Harry Strange, an employe at th"
Honolulu gas works, makea a state
ment that he was dcllliciately iibsault
cd by threo Japanese, In tho Iwllel dis
trict. They refused lo let lilm n.iss
I'll Ills WHV In 'llin t-uu u'.irlru Ml- I
Strnngo's dignity became ruffled and
ho says he put two of the Japanese out
of commission, when tho third man
Crew a sword from a eano and attacked
lilm, causing a slight wound on the
There will bo no "Standing Itooin
Only" sign at the Manll Oraa bal
miibque. Over four hundred chairs
have been rented for the occasion and
morn will bo forthcoming If needed
Arrangements for the comfortable seat
ing of dancers, mabkers and spectator.!
have been perfected to a fiuu degree.
At the hour of unmasking all restraint
will ho removed from tho different di
visions and n general mingling will
take place, tho entire lower Hour of tho
hotel will ho nt tho liberty of thoso
For Saturday orirjWr'are going lo sell prime roast beef for 4'
sixteen cents n pound. Order today and make money. No delay
Two.'phoncc, both 101 Main. '
HL.tETANIA, ALAKEA AND UNION STREETS.
Vou Fare Wey
When you patronize eur establishment. The restaur
ant bill offare for every meal Is of a great variety. Each
article is always fresh and moderately, priced.
Try our delicious Ico cream and pastry.
You can find a large stock of home-made candles here
and we have Just recelvod a late shipment of Ounther'a
The Palm. 116 Hotel St.
ill f MM M
Curoslty often leads woman to eperlment with 1
don't try It with paptr patterns. A garatrnt
the toil of a bundled patterns.
lew things, but
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
rn'iimviukuiit ma mA!tei,zi,
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