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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOMJl.C, T. II., miDAV, AI'IUL 19. 1907.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 19, 1907
LOCAL AND GENERAL
jgi it i ii
Eat Your Meals at
Tallyhos, llverj'. autos. Sthyds. Stbl
Low prices at the New England Bal
the ARAB PATROL to Inspect our new
stock of Hanan Shoee. !
Remember that by your appearand
to will you an Impretalon make.
Log Angelea Is a fathtonable city
and Its people are dreti critics.
Your shoes are the base of your at
We have Hanan's newest and most
Inspect these, buy a pair and realize
the contentment and self-satisfied feel
Ing that every wearer of this calebrat
ed shoe enjoys.
Mclnerty Shoe Store
Leave Given Johnson To
Go With Patrol
NAME Of- STOCK
" MERCANTILE "
C Brett rr& Cfl....-.,
K rUltUllntl Co ...
ManaHnti AtcfCo. Co
Maw Com & Suit Co .
Hawaiian Suear Co,
Motiomu Sugar Co
Honokat Sugar Co ..
Haiku Suvar Co ....
Kattutcu Plantation Co
Kftaiiulu Sugar H
Koloa Sugar Co
Oatm Sugar ,Co
(liuinira Surif Co
Uukula Sugar I'laiit Co
Uiaa Migar k.o i.iu
IJIUWB,II V,U ... ..,
I'anliau Sugar Plant Co
PaU riaiitatlaii Co
J. A. McBRAYER
Sour Wlash Whiskey
Matured In Bond
Anderson Co., Kentucky
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
MARBLE AND GEANITE
juit received. Many new designs to
be seen at
J. G. Axtell & Co.,
1048 AND SO ALAKEA ST,
Phone Blue 1801. F. 0. Box 642.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Frprrkw Sugar Co..
Oahu R LCo.. .,
Hon II .V MCn:
navr i it pc
Haw Ter jJ pc
ILawTrr i c
Haw (lov't t nc
Cal Hctt Sux A. KM Co
Haiku Hu car Co A tic
Maw Com ft Sug Co J pc
Haw Sugar Co ope...
HlloK KCo Con b pc
Hon R TV I. Co ftp c
Kanukn rum loo c
Oahu Kft I. Co 6 pc -Oahu
Sugar Co 6 pc .
olaa Sugar Co 6 pr..
I 'at Plantation Ci ..
I'intittr MlllCn 6 tic
Walalua Agric Co p c
it Oahu Sur. Co..
Stiff. Co.. IIM-Mi.
Order Your Meat
For Dinner Tomorrow
Metropolitan Meat Co.
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that it PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA MINT,
PEACH MELLOW and GINGER ALE
the purest goods manufactured in
Consolidated Soda Water "Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. S. LEITHEAD . . . ., MANAGER
Tlie matter of tliu Axing of the
garbage rates wiih line of the Impor
tant nmtterH discussed by tho Super
visors Inst nllit.
Archer explained that the rates
hail been doubled'. If that did not
suit people they could do what they WimIus Agile Co
11 . W.Hiitit iuirll Co
lliistnce said ho did not antlcljiato w.m ?. ami Co
thero would be much trouble hiW-Hanct Ncam N C,
i..i , ,!..., n. ,,... Iliwallanl'.ircliteCn.
jwiiiinuii i-aimuiiicu i.....w ....; .... u T A , ,. ... .
had not been general. Some people llnu r t l.c Cnni
hud their rates raised 00 per rent., N.hiku Kuhhr Cu
somo 2f. per cent, nnd Home not nt nil. Nte' X r,,i-.-ci "'
It all ucpcnuou on me qininiiiy. i ah.
The County Knglneer reported
that the Knneohe bridge wiui In bucIi
ii poor (onditlon that an entirely new
structure was necessary. This wouM
cost about 11900.
Hustuce Bald that this was an Im
portnnt matter, which the Hoard
must take up Immediately.
Harvey explained that the Com
mittee on KoadH and llrldgcs would
take n trip u round the Inland In a
few days, at which time It would
look Into tho matter.
A petition wiih lecelved from the
Aloha Temple itHklng that Sam John
ton be granted a 30-day vacation so
that he could accompany the A rub
Tatrol, of which he Ib the command
er, on Its trip to Los Angeles.
Archer moved that the request be
granted, and It cnrrled unanimously.
Tho visiting Sbrlncrs, of whom
thcro were n great number present at
the meeting, applauded loudly. C J.
Ilutchlns thanked the Hoard In u
neat little speech, In which he raited
attention to tho flno work done by
Johnson In drilling tho l'ntrol. nml
the vnluo if tho excursion .from a
promotion point of view.
llarvey moved that Johnson's sal
ary continue during his absence. Car
lied unanimously. Applause.
A large framed group picture was
formally presented to tho Hoard. It
will be placed In the meeting-room
of lho Hoard.
Jack Kulaklclu, representing tho
residents of Jack lane, thanked for
the electric lights which had recently
been placed thcro, nnd asked for tine
inoro. Tho matter was 'referred' to
tho Committee on Light's.
Superintendent of Public Works
Ilollowny wrote 'that ho waR willing
to nccept certain Btrcets In tho High
hind Park tract, providing the Hoard
"I don't think we nro In a position
to accept any now roads," said Hub
tace. "The next move will bo that
they will want them macadamized."
"Hoads menu improvements," Bug'
Rested Archer; "good roads, moro im
provements, more taxes."
"Well, hut where Is the money go
ing to tome fioni?" queried Hustnce.
This remark is becoming u regular
Supervisorial refrain. It Is, so to
speak, the leit-motif of theso meet
ings. Ilnrvcy moved to place tho letter
on llle. Carried.
Captain Otwull wrote asking for
tho use of ono of tho County's rock
(rushers for work which was going
to bo done. In tho future under his
Uwlght said the County hail nona
to spare at present. Tho matter was
lefeneil to tho Itoad Committee.
John Colburn nsked, for tho Kn-
plnlanl Kstute, that repairs bo made
to a lano by Kekaullke-Pn.
Tho Hoard found that It was a
private lane. Tho matter was refer
red to the Itoad Committee.
The Wnhlnwn I'inenpplo Co. asked
that a plank ho sent it to repair tlfti
Wuhluwa bridge. Referred to Uwlght
with Instructions to attend to tho
It. Castle, for tho Honolulu (las
Co., wrote that t had offered to light
tho Supervisors' offices. Ho com
plained that tho provision of ItH fran
chise, which called for tho company
to furnlsh-tho city with r0 lights and
five additional lights a year in case
It went Into the street lighting busi
ness, that tho Legislature was de
priving tho public, of the benefits it
might derive in casa the (lus. Com-
1,1 yv io
Aiknl I j-irt In flno assortment National
- - l HUiMtt Co.'s riackerr. Day & Co. ;
1 Oshu I-odee. No. 1, K. of i'.. lll
linet tonlgbt st 7:30 o'clock In K. of
" '"' 1 1'. Hall, King ilrcst. j
Kred Wiiiulenlierg asks the courts
to grant him n title to a fishery at.
I2wn. The Territory opposes.
I'arslxwk No. 260.1 of The First1
Amerlian Savings and Trust Co, of ,
Hawaii has been lost. Kinder return
In company's office.
When the weather is hot "Arabic .
will cool your Iron root. When that
wcathtr Is wut "Arsblc" will prevent
rust. California Keed Co., ucnts.
I'nlon Klectrlc Co., ills and 1120
Union St., Is the leader in nil klndi
of electrical work, fixtures nnd wir
ing. Private telcphoues, bell work,
etc.; also dry batteries. KstluiHtes
gladly furnished. Phone 3IS,
T. II. Duvles & Co. has received
table authority from tho owners of llin
Luili flarve to npisilnt n captain to
lake iJie plniu of Captain Itllchle who
has been iIcikisim! by order of the courl
of Inquiry. 11 is stated that Mutu
Clement will not go out ns master ut
Supervisors Huslare and Dwlght
will leave lomprrow afternoon In tin
automobile for a trip around the Island
for the purtKiso of Imcstlgatlng tliu
cundltlon of tho roads. They exjH-ct
to return Sunday evening. Hustnce
rays that Supervisor Dwlght wilt take
u saddle horse along" behind the ma
chine to use In case of a bicukduwu.
CO Onomea, .1fi;
K't.r.ii; til Oahu
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices,
116 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 311
Latest sugar quotation, 3.765 cts.,
cr $75.30 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9$ 5 1-4(1
SUGAR, - - 3.765
Henry Watarhousa Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. M.nactr.
FORT AND MERCHANT STB.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANOE 4.
J It. Itnymond and Phoebe Itay
mond, whom Jim Ah Hoy char gen
with having beaten him out of his
ment market on Maui by fraudulent
r.uans, have II led their answer. In
which they deny that there was any
fraud practiced, They deny the' nl
legatlou of Ah Hoy that he was toM
that ho was signing u pijwor of ut
loruey when In reality he was sign
ing a hill of sale. They say ho know
ta lint the paper was, and further
that the sum of $810 was agreed
upon us the prhe to bo allowed for
the market. At the time the paper
was filed, tho answer states. Ah Hoy
was in debt to the Itn)mouds in tho
sum of about 11900.
We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS just arrived.
We make 'em to your measure at ready-to-wear prices,
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
pnny competed, with the electric com
panics In the slreet-llg'htlng bust
ncss. Tho Company would not go
into tho street-lighting business un
less this clause was knocked out, but
ho claimed that the company was not
backing tho bill to nmend.
Deputy" County Attorney Olson 'said
he had appeared before tho legisla
tive committee which had handled
tho matter. He had stated that the
Hoard would probably not ugrco to
tho Btrlklng out of tho r0-llght
clause, hut might agree to do with
out tho live additional lights a year.
Harvey said that tho Gas Com
pany people had told him that they
would furnish no free street lights.
but they would light .the County of
Harvey said the County hnd to pay
criminal witness fees.
Hustaco said he did not think It was
fair tu make It pay for ..Territorial
The JiVayn and .Means Committee
wns Instructed to look Into the mat
ter. Archer announced that on April 19
the road work in Kwa would ceuso
because of lack of inotLcy.
lluataco said that tho County
would hnvo to go easy until It could
get Its share of tho license fees.
AccoidliiK to the teports on tho wat
erfront the tug Kleu will leave for San
Irun;lsro In tho near future. She has
keen sold to the Matson Navigation
Co. by her former owners, the Miller
Kalvugu Co. and will be towsd up by
one of tho oil boats in the near future.
The Kleu wns formerly the pioperty of
MiCnht?, Hamilton & Itcuney and was
told to Captain Miller some six
mouths ago. She has done little work
tlnre that time. It is rumored that
the price was SS000 and that a still
better offer was made for her only a
low hours after tho bargalu had been
Judge ltohlnson this morning grnn
1 ted a divorce to Alfred Knlant Akunii
I from his wife, Alice Wright Akuuu,
on grounds of adultery. Tho libel
.'ant's complaint alleged that he was
man led to the Uhelleo on June 9,
tiiOG, and that on April 9, 1907, tho
vomuii went through another mar-
riago ceremony with n ynun named
!'. t Voellcr. On this showing tho
Judge cut the mnrrlaga knot.
A RAINIER TOAST
l-'rom Rainier' Icy mountain;
By Pufltt's placid Sound,
Thero flows a bubbling fountain
That's known the world around.
Then fill a goblet mellow,
Of foamy Rainier Besr,
And drink to each good fellowl
Good fellows far and nearl
C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone White J 331
vtviixifV r& ?tsf1-HH,isiv-i
A New Line of
ROYAL Sl Mill
All members of the above Alumni
are lequested to attend a reception
tendered to the visiting members,
who nro In the present Leglslatuie,
nt Odd rellows' Hall, Fort and King
Streets, this I'rldny evening, April
lilt It, nt 7:30.
Embroidery and Yoke Lace
!:; Side and Back Combs
Also, Ready-Made Muslin Shirt Waists
WAH YDSfG CHONG CO.,
nun jp in
The Amcilcnu-Huwullnn stcumei
Nevndan leaves this afternoon nt !i
o'clock for Han Kvnnclsco rurring a
lull list of passengers and a full cargo
of freight. She will take 1500 hitnches
of bananas besides a full cargo of
sugar for tho California refineries. The
Nevndan will nlso curry mull for nn
l'rauclscii, as she will mrlvo thero
early Sunday morning while the Si
beria will not be due till the next day.
KINQ ST., EWA 8IOE MARKET.
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
MIHANDA In this city, April
1907. to Mr and Mrs. Unils II.
randii, a 1,011,
NEXT JO YOUNG Dl.DQ., 176-190 KINQ STREET.
a tonic is generally needed. Nothing we could select is as bene
ficial as a finely-prepared combination of the choicest imported
hops and barley malt, namely: the
just put out by the Honolulu Brewery,-'
THIS BEER IS SOLD ALSO IN BOTTLES.
Irwin & Co. rprt-lvril nes today by
cable (hut the Sonoma, which left
Auckland for (Ills city jeatenlay, un.l
should arrive hern on April 30, will
have room for 100 first class passen
gers for Sau Krnuclhcii. This will
greatly relieve the passenger sltunlion
here ns thero uie 2S0 pel sons 'Uiokeil
for llin Siberia and only room on the
big liner In carry IS.
ONE OF MANY OF M'OALL'S PATTERNS
r00 (.beets M'"0ud-hand gal, coi til
gated Iron, Address A. V. Humes,
(eiitleman of good education desires
I to make acquaintance, of respect-
able young lady for tho puiposo of
ni'irilage, Serious comuiuiilcii-
1 tlous solicited. "X. V" llillle-
I tin. 307 1-1 w
I'assbook No. 2G03 First American
Savings and Trust Co. of Hawaii,
Kinder kindly return to above,
hk,i dmLu.u'i s iuwJi -'Ifc'wi vitw..-,ousi-,r
At E. W. Jordan & Co., Limited 1
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