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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb. 11. 1907
Our Line of New
Arc Simyly Irresistable
Steel embroidered, three bar sandals.
Jet embroidered, three-bar sandals.
Nile Green, Lavendar, Pink and
Blue Canvas, and dressing to match.
White Satin, Canvas and Kid,
$2.50, $3, $4.50, $5, $69 $7
TOO MANY POLICE AND
NOT ENOUGH GOOD ROADS
NAMB OF STOCK
P Urrurr& Co .....
Ea Plantation Co ,
MlnslUn Attic l"
Haw Cum & Sue Co
Hawaiian Sugar Cu
MonuTitu Sugar Co
Httiukaa Sugar Co
Haiku Stipar C .....
Kaliukn Plantation Co
Kipaliiilit fiut,ar to
Kolna Surar Co ..
MfHrr.lt SuRir Co
O-thil Surar Crt
Unomra Migar Co
Mclnerny Shoe Store m
sssisfissaalKliis iasaK;aattl ataafll
makes a splendid grade of butter because the farmers there have
the graded cattle and good feed. We received n quantity of the
product in pound blocks on the Miowera. A 'beautiful article
which we will sell at FORTY CENTS a pound.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
Also the Territorial Auditor Does Not
Give Out as Much Money as
the Law Allows the
(Special to The llullctln) '
Wnllukii, Maul, Feb, 8. Theri! litis
the Inrgu police
County. In pollro circles II l claim
ed that the present furce of ill men.
Icsldes the live deputies, the Sheriff
mill his clerk, Is InHiifltclciit In num
ber ntul underpaid. On the other
hmid, it Ih claimed Hint the citizens
of Mnul County nro u most peaceful
mid law-abiding element, nml do ant
need the Hiirvellhuieu of no numerous
ii rorce. Maul county him cerinmjy
an numerous police iih the city of Ho
nolulu nt present.
Critics nro also "hot fool" lifter
the road department of the County.
Their charges ugulnst the depart
ment ranee from neeiiHatloiiM of In-
lompetcnry to something worse, ami'
considering the Htnte of the public I
loads lifter a month of utmost eon
1 1 mini ruliiy weather It Is not to bo!
wondered Hint people hae lost their )
temper over the road uncstlon nnl ,
lire irmly to run the present
riilhorltleH Into the woods mid set mi 1 !"' I'.,:'r'
u.tiu Migar utpi
new koiIh for the ordinary citizen to , oi.u Sm-.r Co . j. c
criticism on iicrouut of lo.,VoUSiirat liam Co
..l..is,.M nf lliii.""?"S"-,-,u
- "' " wnmaiti .ntt ...
PaaltauSiiicar PUnt Co
ramie Migar im
I'ala Plantation Co . .
Prifketi Sutar Ot, i
Waialua Afflc Co
Walluku Hufar Co.n
almatulo Micar Co
Walmea Sugr Mill Co
Iiilerllaii(l Meant NC
Hawaiian Hfdrlr L
Hon RT& I. Co 1-tf I
.Mutual Tflephoiie Cu
Nahikti Rubber Co.
A ?., ,
OalmKA I. Co
Hon U Xi MCo ....
Haw Tfr; ic...
Haw Trr 4H 1
Haw Trr ) pi-
Haw (o't ir...
Cal Bl Sue ft Kel Cu
II I'onitV Su Co .(.
llaw Siiifar Co b lie. .
IlitoK KCo Con 6 pr
roati 1 KiiiniVu puttt Cutpc
For Ladies Only
2 AFTERNOONS- A WEEK
TUESDAY AIND FRIDAY
2 to 5.
SWIMMING, BOWLING AND TURKISH BATHS.
faia PUiitalluii Co
I'loarer Mill Co 611C
Waialua Afrlr Co 5 1. c
,Mciir)uc . at,.
1 t II
S I I
There are out-of-date, out-
of-style, out-of-mind things
in every household. The
magic of a Bulletin Want
ad. will turn them Into
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Deautlful designs, In Cuckoos, Trumpet
ers and small timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PRICES RANOC FROM
$1,50 up to $35
. R. Counter, Jeweler,
Hnli'H Sesiloli: 5 Haw. Com. k S,
Cj) 8I; CO Olna, U'."'. ; IOU Olau, -J7.r.;
U Oahu Kim., 123.75; zr, Oaliu Siik.,
t2H.Tr,; 10 Olaa, 2.7.r..
Latest sugar quotations, 3.42 cents
cr $08.40 per ton.
look up to. In these times there Is
tertnliily no lark of trouble for tho
The way the Auditor of the Terri
tory has minced the monthly Install
ment In nllowinK the County nn
iimbunt far bejpu' what Is railed for,
the plain' loading of tho law, and the
County tax rolls. Is another vexed
question. Shall the law prevail over
the dictum of the Auditor? As the
law stands, the County Is entitled to
I'bout 1CM0O 011 the CO per rent, ba
sis for the six months endltiK June
:tll, 11107, or say $9. "fill per month.
hut the Territorial Auditor nllowi
,'Ar hTSr Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
hleS'lwhatrlStock and Bond Department
of the law and llgures In the tax, Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
hooks would have It. I - Exchange.
The effect of tills reduction Is to I WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Mauasrr,
Kreatly hamper the road department1 FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
In Its work. TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANOE 4.
LONDON BEETS, 8s 9(1
SUGAR, - - - 3.42
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
'I 'Wm' -LJ!
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that I PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
QER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
LEITHEAD .. MANAGER
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
" Have another drink'itfJ i
" Yes, of Primo."
many of us cannot afford but we all can afford
And there is more Teal luxury to be gotten out of the lat
ter. Once you start to use electrio lights, you can't get along
without them. -Your only i egret will be that you didn't start
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OFFICE KINQ AND ALAKEA ST8
NEXT TO tfOUNQ BLDO., 176-1B3 KING STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship youi
goods and save you money.
DMltis in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main fi8
MEXICANS ATTACK ( The law, with the usslstuuce of out-
CHIEF TAYLOR Riders, linally got the upper hand.
John (lueiro, who began the light,
Knur Mexicans made mi unpnmikcd and Joe Minimis weie captured later
uttuek on Chief Tuylor Hatiiiday ulgbljim. When fceaichcd neither of the men
in iiiu iwiiri uiBinui, nun uui iui iiiu
iiiterfereiiut of onthlilcis Tuylor might
have received serious Injniy. Ah ut Is,
l.e curries some bad scars on his face,
und wus pretty badly Injured uboul the
body by vicious kicks administered by
While making his rounds the Chief
addressed one of the Koieau wuiueii
with a word of ruutluu regarding thu
rurryliigs-ou at the jiluce, when a main
companion of the woman dealt Taylor
a vicious biow on the head. Taylor's
I'udgu of authority, when shown,
teemed to Infuriate thu others stand
ing by unit a general assault oil the of
Chief Tuylor's gnu, which he was at
tempting to use us u club, wiu
wrenched fiom his linml and he wuh
knocked seiieelesn fiom u blow on the
head detrlt fiom behind.
In the general light that ensued,
Chief Taj lor was assisted by Yoiiux
Macy and some I'nrlo lllcuus.
hud a Itiitfe, a fuel that seems struuge.
WHO GOT TO THE KEQt
The keg of sjke which the police
ruptured ut Alcu us evidence In u
llijitor cusu mid deposited for safe
keeping In the l'earl City, court
house, turns out to be nearly empty,
although It wuh considered to be full
wliuu utoied uwuy.
As It wuh to lie used ugaliist .1
Japaneno who sold It to uu "Inform
er" us u full l;cg when the veller held
only a fourth-class license, thereby
limigs u mystery.
The keg was bupposed to contain
Ave gallons when purchased, hut now
only about two gallons aru in evidence.
Tim chances are the case will bo
thrown out of court.
No hand concert tomorrow night.
Panama hats cleaned at the (llobe.
Indian and (lawn, goods, 11(12 Kort.
No fancy prices at the New ICnglanfl
A. V. Knndteii of Walinea, Kauai, Is
Han ly 1idge, K. or I'., meets this
V. A. Kinney returned fpiu Kuuul
A. T. Iliocli returned fnim Kaiiul In
the W. (1. Hall.
I'aclllc Uidije meets this evening for
II. M. nou Holt returned from Kauai
Absolutely choice eggs. Lowest ikis
uIIiIh price ut C. J. Day & Coa.
Contractor J. II. Wilson arrived In
the Hall from Katial yesterday.
Tomorrow afternoon from 2 to ft is
1-adleV Day at the Hotel lUths.
The beet that fattens and nUiI.eH
weak people strong nt The Paragon.
Now Is the time to buy a home.
Trent & Company offer u bargain ut
The schooner Kvu, with a cargo of
lumber from the Sound nriived nt Aim
When the sipuidioii comes our Jap
anese cook will want "time." Put In
a gas stove beforehand.
This evening ill 7:30 o'clock the
Itathbone Sisters hold their icgulur
meeting In K. of Ivhull.
(leo. P. DciiIkoii, superinltudeiil O.
It. & U Co., was u pasaenger by the
Hall yesterday from Kiiunl.
i:. Pullltz, I'red Lewis uud J. T. Mi
Ciosmiu are expected to arrive In the
Koiea from Hau Krauclsco today.
The Capitol fund for Chinese fnmlne
Liiffercrs was Ixiosted $4t2.2.i Saturday
The tolul now foots up to SG29C.30.
Tur balls, iiimphor and other pu
paratloiiH for keeping clothing frie
fiom mold at lleysou, Huilth &. Co,
When Jim liujf Jewelry always loot:
lor the II. C. stamp uud ou can reHt
ussured that you me getting only the
I Saturday's record for drunks was
nine. Two were let off on promises to
be good. The other smell will appear
before "His Honor."
Duncan Mcljien, en route from
(llusguw to Shanghai, spoke to an ap
preciative audience ut the Methodist
church jesterday morning.
The first Installment of Western
Tours' tourists, under the guidance of
Mm. Wcuthcrrcd, uro expected from
the Coast this coining week.
K. It, Adams returned yesterday In
thu steamer Moana. Ha has been in
thu Noilhwest acting as purchasing
agent for Alexander & llahlwln.
The annual meeting of stockholders
of Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd., will be hold
at the ottlce of II. Hackfeld & Co. .Sat
urday, Felirrary 2:i. at 10 ". in.
The annual meeting .. . Wal'iluu
Agricultural Co., Ltd., will be held u.i
Thursday, February 28, ut 10 o'clock,
lu the otllce of Castle & Cooke, Ltd
The aifiioiiuietuenl that erufew law
would be enforced lius acted like u
charm throughout thu city. No lit
reBlH have been uiade on ItH behalf
C. F. Peterson's claim or right or
way across thu procrty or John Kld
ttcll at Muuou valley was disallowed,
Peterson having obtulned another out
let. l.-ycurgus, munager or the Volcano
House. sayB the '"scctiu" Is growln?
more wonderful every hum. The pit
is lining up us rapidly as untiiie will
Thu thirteen-year-old daughter of
Manuel Madelro, who eloped Halurda,
has returned to her home, wlilrh looks
good to Iter us against u cell with an
Dr. McLennan ban returned und ru
mined practice at Dr. Mcdrow cut
tuge, corner Ulchards uud Ueretauiu
btreetH (Royal Hawaiian Hotel block).
Phoou Main 229.
Measles Is prevalent In Walluku.
Many of the joungsters are down
with It, but the epidemic lias not yet
leached that alarming state which
necessitates thu authorities closing
Pui-ker McNnmura rvtxirta thu fol
lowing biimir on hand on Kauai: K. S.
M., 3500; V. K.. 1G0; Milk., 15,177; (). A:
lt 8USIS; Mcll.. 20,870 j K. I'., MOO; l.l
hue, COiIt'; IL M., 7CU1; M. S. Co., 70UU,
uud K. S. Co., 7000.
The llulenu uud the Kuinehaniehu
were umong the yuelitH which spent
Sunday cruising uroiiml Diamond Head.
The breeze was light in thu morning
1.1(1 fiesheiied up towards evening and
wan almost perfection for pleasure
Japanese Consul Mlkl Suito Iuih shut
off the occupants of tho Model lilocii
fiom using thu elevator lu the Progress
building by electing a fencu between
thu two structures. Thu two buildings
uppenr as one when viewed from the
street, but in reality there aru two
Mr. D. Wylle, u late comer from the
Eubt, und employed as u H eight clerk
by the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co, got Into a mlx-iij) with a couplu or
nutlveB. The lesult was a knockout
tor Mr. Wylle, Hn Is being uttended
ut the Btiitlou by Dr. Wood, u claw
matu or W) lie's,
1142 FORT ST.
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SALE OF KOA FURNITURE
V have n few iicws of KOA FIMtNITtM.R that wo nie going
T 0 CI. O S K 0 U T 11 K I. O W ( O S T .
DHKSSKHS 20.00 n
l.Kn.STKAD.S iiO.OO UP
WA.SU S'l'AN'DR -flO.OO UJ
MAHOAIX.S MKK THIS WILL NKVKK UK OFFKUED
COYNE FURNITURE GO,, LTD.
You Fare Well
When you patronii our establishment. The restaur
ant bill of f J re for every meal Is of a great variety. Each
article Is always fresh an J moderately priced.
Try our delicious ice cream and pastry.
You can find a large stock of home-made candles here,
and we have just received a late shipment of Cunthsr's
The Palm, 1 1 6 Hotel St.
WHAT TO EAT AND WHERE TO BUY IT.
CALIFORNIA RI.'E OLIVES in Glass. Orape Fruit Marmalade.
DILL PICKLES. French Prunes in glass. Pin Money Sweet Pickles.
Roast Pigeon. v
TOMATUS A n.:e anti-grippe tonic. Enchilados. Chili Con Curne.
Chicken Tamales. Olives stuiTed with Anchovies.
SEALERS IN DELICATESSEN.
I OUIIG A Pn I tii DEALERS IN DELICATESSEN
LtfWId G6 UU-i Lllli, 169 King St. Phone Main 240
iHK "And now we've come to bread and
!B(4 We" ,lllve ,0 drink to kisses,
Di(4KJ The waiter's trained, he 'never
jffjl?T And Cupid never misses."
HLajflloy I V 'le trained waiter knows the pop.
MM rainier :
! C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main 133 J jj
3 M'Call ij
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; i curosny often icaus woman 10 experimeni wnn new mmgs, uui ; i
i don't trv It with oaosr Patterns. Avuirment auolltd exceeds ! i
i the cost of a hundred patterns.
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