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EVKNINO nUI.I.BTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUHSDAV. KCfl 11,1907
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Ladies' Black Kid Bluchcr Tic,
Patent Tip, Military Heel,
HAWAII OETTINO MUCH
5$ Mclnerny Shoe Store
makes a splendid grade of butter because the farmers there have
the graded cattle and good feed. We received a 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.
For Ladies Only
2 '-AFTERNOONS A WEEK
2 to 5.
SWIMMING, BOWLING AND TURKISH BATHS.
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thill while llnwnll Bholild be taken
euro of, It should lie clone through
ttc ch.'inncl of regular appropriation
hills, nnd not by segregating n part
of her roenueg Into n distinct fund.
Hawaii's Sic Total
It now appears certain thnt tho
total of appropriations for tlnwtll
this ,)far will exceed the sum thut
would have been available under tho
terms of the icfundlng bill, nnd ccr
tntnly our Torrltorj must nay that It
has hud liberal treatment this J ear.
The flRht mnile (or tho refunding bill
titiH been well worth while, whether
or not we secure Its passage at tills
or nt 11 following Congress
The general rourso of the fight for
harbor npinoprlatlonH Is already
l.nowii to )our readers. It Is a nmUer
of great satisfaction to 111 e that wo
Were able to sciuru a very substan
tial beginning on the llllo breakwa
ter while still profiling for all tho
onlargement needed at present fot
Honolulu's Oood Lift
Tho sum provided for Hon'oliil'i
alone Is mcr 2! per cent, greater
than the amount given to Oakland
harbor, and will provide for the
dredging to a Hij-foot depth of both
I.lRhthouM) Point and th.it part of
tho upper harboi now held by pri
vate owners but under option to be
(onve)cd to tho (loi eminent for onu
dollar upon tho dredging of the samo.
Members of Congress say It Is a
great victor to got so largo n sum
for Hawaiian harbors. Tho light for
the llllo breakwater was especially
dllllLiilt because tho report was very
late in arriving,, was ndcrsely en
dorsed by Colonel lienor of San Krnn
tlseo and was pronounced Incomplete,
by tho House, Committee; bcinuso of
this lack of completeness, 11 condition
h.is been attarhcil to tho llllo Item
icnulrlng tho Chief of Engineers to
mnko further Investigation before
proceeding with' tho work, uifd 1111
thorlzing a relocation of tho shore
cnd'tif tho breakwater
My hccictary has had These mat
ters In hand slnco November last mid
lias been In constant touch with llic
Hher and Harbor Hoard, With Gen
eral Maikcnzlo nnd with tho House
and Senate Committees. Mr. Thurs
ton also rendered Invaluable aid In
tho work for the llllo lircitkwntor.
McClcllanS Good Work
Tho matter of fortifications
Hawaii has been inrefully followed
HONOLULU STOGK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb. 1U907
NAMI OF STOCr
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rii tlaniminnCn .
IfuwCnm At SiiffCn ,
lliMiomii Susar Co
HminVAfl Suipf Co
k'nlmlttl Phtitftllntl Crt
Krtlnn Sugar Co
MtPryile Sugar Co
Oahu Sueur Cn
IVkoh Sugar PMnt Cofc
uiAii quarto mi
tJinunm io. . .
IMnhau Sugar 1'Util Co
rc.rtc Hugiir Mm
PrtKtkiV Sugar Co..
Ilnnrer Mill Co.. , ..
Waialna Agile Co,,
Unlink 11 Sucar Co ,
ainifM Suffir Atill Co
MISCI I LAN I US
tt tcr Man) StMm N Co
Hawaiian I irrttlrcn.
I tmi KTflt LCoCnm
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku kul.bcr Co ,
Pan! Up .
Oalm R & J, Co .
II1I0 KK Co.
Hon HA WCi ...
iiiw irr 4 P c. .
Haw Tcr 4' pc.
Haw Trr4H c.
Haw Tcr 1 pc .
Ilnw (luv't tnr
CalHrtlSugftt Kcl Co
Haiku Suear Co6ttf
Mkw Com fc ug Co 1 k
Haw Sittfar Co 6 lie.
llllo K KCo Loti 6 nc
Hon K T A lCoApr
khiiukii i'ixiii ,u v)c
Oahu K I.Coftpc
Oalm Sugar Co 6 p r
OUa Sugar Co A pr
I'ala I'lthtatlnn Co
I lonrcr MitICo Atic
ainlu a Antic Co ti c
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to l 1
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LOCAL AND iENERAL FAtv-wrwj?w--s-jrjr
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful deilgnt. In Cuckoat, Trumpet
era and email tlmeplecet; all good timekeepers.
PRICES ftANQE FROM
$1.50 up to $35
M. R- Counter, Jeweler,
Pnnainn hats cleaned nt the Ololie
No fancy prices nt the New Knglaud
Wash silk and woollen Rklrts on sale
nt Whittle) Marsh's tomorrow tnorn
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Agrlrultuml Co took Jilace tmla) The
old Ismrd of olllcers was re-elected
A change In the uipnrtncrshm of
Hop On Tnl has taken jilncc Sec no-
tke In this Issue
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Sales IJetwccn Hoards M O.ihil
Sag Co, J23.7.',; 20 Oahu Sun. Co.,
I21.7.-i SchsIoii: 100 0. It & I., $1)4:
20O. It. & I., 111.
latest sugar quotations, 3.42 cents
cr $68.40 per ton.
aggcB-uiiiaj. i u-'mu !!
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
That's tho number to ring up, If you
want soda water that. Is PURC AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KoLa
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purost gcted manu
factured In town.
Consolidated' Soda Water Works Co
Tclct-honc Main 71
LEITHEAD '. MANAGEB
LONDON BEETS, 8s 9d
SUGAR, - - - 3.42
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Oond
Wilt 1AM WILtMMSOV Maiucrr.
for FORT'AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
SALE OF KOA FURNITURE
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n h pii-i-ft of KOA KUKNlTriiK tlmt wr mo going
CI-O.SK OUT UK LOW COST.
WiKSSKKS ?20.00 TI
liKOSTKADK ?2p.OO W
WASIISTAXDS S?10.00 ll
HAKOAIXS L1KIJ THIS WILL XKVKK UK OFFUKKO
COYNE FURNITURE GO., LTD,
.mtlMMb Is the One City
fBB ,s tne One Beer
rv tZm-j zJ v nt7! t-a? r ,"?i."'7z"-r"V r
: i :.;;. i"" - ii ... u.w. w -vnr st.
ror the ensuing )car In the ilnwallan - --.--.-'.- -.-Vv.-i--i--i-'Wi --,-.-. -rv-.-.-.-i -.-,-.-. v
ARrlciilturnl Co Is published In this
The Hoard of Immigration held a
meetliiK this forenoon nt which Its an
nual report to tho Governor wns rend
Thomas K. Clarke, administrator of
tho estate of Annie Clarke, deieascd,
has filed his fltnl accounts and peti
tions for his discharge.
The Alexander YouiiK Cnfe an
nounces u (JimiKC In the hours during
which meals will be sened It will
open at i:30 a m and no onlers will
be taken for meals after 8 ji. m
Norman K. GeilRe, the secretary and
treasurer of the l.-l. S. N. Co , nnd
Miss Helen C. Smith, the daughter ot
Clerk Henry Smith of tho Supreme
Court, were married Inst Motidn)
in tho matter Of Dr. Waller Hoff
man s, Krcd 1 Comprrdo, which was
decided u few ilns ago by Judge l.lml
siv, the Judge this morning taxed the
defendant nlth the plaintiff's bill ul
costs, nmoiiiillug In til
A special meeting of the Hoard of
Public Instruction Is Inlng held this
afternoon, to niqn.ilut new menibeis
with tho work of tho Hoard mid to
hae them meet the ptluclpnls ot the
leading kUkxiIs of the city.
Thirteen gamblers, nil of whom wire
(aught In ii room on KUrr street tills
noon while gambling, were arrested
bv Oftlccr Joe l.cnt, 'Ofllrer Annua nnd
Chief A. 1. TnMyr., Dominoes, mime)
nnd dice wcic found nt the time and a
clear caso be piescnted In tho Po
lice Court tomorrow morning.
Judge Lindsay this morning used
Mo discretion In tho matter nnd al
lowed the motion of Deputy Attorney
(lencral Mlhortou to reopen thu fish
cry caso of the Territory n. tho Kn
I lolanl l'sti)tc for the sake of taking
The case of the United States s,
Chnrles II Merrlam, lleglstrnr of Con
vejnnces. which wiib to come up In
the Appellate Court at Sun KranclscM
this month has, at the request of the
Attorney fleneral, and through the
kindness or United Stales District At
torney Devlin, been postimned to tho
Iniamurt nnd J. Shimlro, n Jnpauac
man nnd woman, were before the
United Stnteu Commissioner this
morning on the charge of adulter)
The woman Is'r-ossissed ot a husband
The man Is single. The evidence
I'.'-nlnft them wns considered sumclcnt
to warrant holding them to the next
term of court
United Stales .Marshal Hendry to
day arrested two Jniimese, Klnosukc
Ynmaiuoto nnd Motosuke Ynmamolo,
on the chargo of jierjur) The) rnr
rhed at Honolulu on the steamship
Slbcrli und.uwore that, .though the)
had no money, they had work. Thin
pas proved to le false, aciordliiK to
the iHcusatlon, and they must answer
lor It to the IVdcral authorities.
You Fare Well
When you patronlr our establishment. The reitaur
jnt bill of fare 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 slock of home made candles here
and we have Juet received a late shipment" of Guntlicr't
The Palm, 116 Hotel St.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
were replnccd by electric car and nobody expressed the least re
gret. Similarly, all other forms of lighting nre slowly but surely
being replaced by electricity.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
OFFICE: KINO near ALAKEA ST.
PHONE MAIN 390.
WHAT TO EAT AND WHEHE TO BUY IT.
CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES in Glass. Grape Fruit Marmalade.
DILL PICKLES. French Prunes in glass. Pin Money Sweet Pickles,
TOMATUS A fine anti-grippe tonic. Endiilitdos. Chili Con Came.
Chicken Tamalcs. Olives stufTed with Anchovies.
DEALERS IN DELICATESSEN.
I otitic Pn I tri DEALERS IN delicatesse
UJWID 06 UU.i LIUm 169 King St, Phone Main
A llrltlsh slcumcr, supposed to be
the "Klalne," no weight da)s merduo
trom Newcastle, was sighted at 1 JO
off Diamond Head, Her signals lould
be made out b) Diamond Head Charlie
lut, owing to tho fnit that his book
It nine jcars old, he was unable to de
termine her name A suggestion has
been made that a colleitlou of ten'
cents ujilece be taken nn among tlionu
interested In shipping to furnish him
with n new hook that Is nn to dale.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.
176-180 KING STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc rack., haul and ship youi
(oods And save you money.
Ucalcti in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stotee in Brick Warehouse, 126 King St Phone Mln r8
up by Mr MiClcllau, who has bciiu Douso nnd Is a piominuiit member; It
woildng with thu Wur Departmoiil Is s.ifu to bid that If ho tould not
in hit thu Congieshtounl loiuinlttooir uot uny Hem Ihiougli, certainly no
I '.11110 Novuinbor. delugalo without a oto to back him,
I Tho cablegram of Jun. IfitJi, say-ould do mi I Insist that wo can get
lug that tho Item for coast defmiBiM morn legislation for Htiwull by ar-
I In Hawaii was defeated was an crtor, ' lauglug for prominent members to
The lloiisn voted fGUU.tHH) for sea inako our lights toi us than wo
Hunt batteries and IOn,nu(l for sea tould by an Delegate wlm would try
loasl cannon In liuwull and tho to bccuio legisUtlou by KpicUi-tuuk-
l'hlllpplnes. (innei.il Kelfor offered Ing
an amciidmciit giving sion.noo add I- TJelccatc Wft 111
llonnl for fortlliratlon sites In lla-l After my arihal hoiu, I was con.
wnll; oh thu testimony of tho Hoard fined to toy hotel In iliurgo ot n dot'
of Knglneeis showed that there was Icr for OVer a week on account of
already Hiifflcleiit funds t.o purehaso (.rippo Mr MiCloimn was iiieau-
thn needed sites, nils ninoniinieiit was tlmo given u hearing before tho Sen-
defeated nio Committee, Mil which ho urged
Delegate's Speeches !lmt' Hawaiian (ortlileaUons bo ap-
It Bcems hard for wmie people to imprinted for t.cp.iratly finni tho
underhtand that It Is, not a dolcguto's. l'hlllpplnes His requost was grant-
buslncsH to tnnko speeches In Cou-td bb to tc,i(oist batteries and tho
r.rcss, Wo alwajs beo to It mill our. mil piibbeu ino acuaiu jcaiunmy, e-ur-
nil) ilelegalu (otilil nave, lieneiui quarier or n mini in uio fiun.iniu
Kolfei was fonuoily Speultur ot tho, lump sum lot scu coast minion foi
measures uro backed up by members i lying SliOO.OnO for batteries In
who hnvn far moio lullminio tlin'ipvnll; It Is also uudeistood Ilia
Sixteen gamblers who were nriested
)Chterday on Hotel street near the
Chinese theater b Ilia jiollto wcio
given heavy finis b) Judge Whitney
In tho rollce Court todii) The plaie
Is one wide h has been rallied a num
ber of times and the men under urrest
arc nil old offenders, so Judgo Whit
ney showed no leulcuc) hut ImixiscJ
fines of $9 and II costs on each
Seven other Chinamen who pla)cd
the seductive gniiio of jml lean lit Mol
Hill wcio glieu sentences of $1 ami
insular (oasis will ho oxpeuded In
Wo aro now devoting oveiy oucigy
to persundn tho llouso (oufeieeH to1
igrce to thn Seuntn iiinenduicnt. Ifj
wo tan get separate eatlmateii anil
appropriations for Hawaii, Micro will
hu much better chance for sec urlng a,
larger sum for our fortlllcitlons next
Wo liavo had two hearings before
the sub-commltten on lighthouses,
and hnvn ussiirniuo Hint If any hill is
passed nt this session we will bo giv
en one now lighthouse.
My secretary was also given a
heating linfoio the Committee on Ag
riculture; our request for n soil sur
vey was not allowed, but tho argu
ment for an Imtenso from fifteen to
twenty-four thousand doll.tis per
eat for the experiment Mutlon pie
vailed on the giound that It would
make for the further illvrulfltution
of out agrlcultuio; this gives Hawaii
the b.initi amount us ;s allowed to
Vol) truly jfiura,
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, Jan. 30, "07.
A DAINTY TOAST
"And now we've come to bread and
We'll have to drink to kisses,
The waiter's trained, he 'never sees,'
And Cupid never misses."
The trained waiter knows the pop
ular drink- Winri.
C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main 1331
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Curoslty often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
don't try it with paper patterns. A garment spoiled xcejdi
the cost of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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