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SAYS ElliS JUT
H3H0LULU STOCK EXCHANGE
' HONOLULU, Jau. 4.1908
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Arc you tired of some of last year's i
furniture? Let a Bulletin Want Ad. I
sell it for you.
AsK to see this
Made of gun
J Brewer A Co.,.-...
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Rwa riftiitnltoti Co ...
Hawaiian ArtIc. Co
I law Com ft Sttjt Co ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Unnnmu Sugar Co
lloiiokaa Siigor Co ...
Haiku Suvar Co ......
Kihulni Plant Hi Inn C
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Kolon Futar Co ...
MrlIrttt!huRar Co .
Oaliu Sujtar Co . .
Clnntn Suo-ar Co .
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Nihiitiwui vjii uunmi in iju cj.t, u ai ujtm v-o i.in
Judge Dole Holds Law
Should Be Enforced
I Olowalu Co.
A shoe for everyday wear for smart dressers
Inerny Shoe Store
Soft, Pleasant, and Health
ful About It.
THERE'S NOTHI NrQ,
Bitter Unpleasant, of Injut-
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and
Hungarian Apenta Waters
(IN CROWN TOPS)
AEOLLIITAEIS and LITHIA WATERS, per doz. quarts, $2.25; per dozen
APENTA WATER, per doz. pints, $2.75: per doz. half.pints, $1.50.
70HANNIS LITHIA is the sure cure for rheumatism. Special prices to the
EWiS & CO., LTD., GROCERS,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
1C9 KING STREET.
iMln rUiitatlotiCo ...
Pejktfo Stijpr Co., .
Pioneer Mill Co.. ....
Wf'tulcu Juai Co,..
Walntea Sueur Mill Co
Inttr-Mand Stenm NCol
Hawaiian Electric Co.
Hon KT&i. Co Pre.
Hon KT. VI. Co Com
Mutual TelrtilifHit Co
NahlkJ Rubber Co.,
Attest , ,
Oaliu R fit I. Co
Hon Hft M Co .......
iiaw irr 4 pc...
Haw (Jov'i inc..
CalHtctSujf & Kcl Co
(Ulku SiiRarCo tpc
Hani. Dllcli Co,
L'lnwr Ditch 6a
1 1 1 w Com A Sue Co j (K
HiloR KCo Con b pc
Hon RT & LCo6pc
K.inuKU r.am uu o pc
Oaliu R A LCo6p?V.
Oaliu Suar Co 6 p c . .
O'aa Sugar Co 6 p c, . .
IVIa Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6itc.
Walalua crk Co fpci
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s Christmas is almost here and 70a surely will make
E presents to your rclatites and friends. Why not bay them 5
5 Bomething useful in the way of Koa or Mission Furniture 1 E
E For the Holiday Season we have made Great Reductions
1 Wing Ghong Co., 1
KING, CORNER ETHEL STREET. (
.IikIrc Dole tliln nuirtiinR nvcmil
til tlic (Icnmricr lutcriiosud by Atlor
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'"'' """" " "u,; """ w" "lu":l-.paliAa8uipiPUiit Co
I'd ior vioiniinn in 1110 i-uiminun ivi.
I.lglitfootn chief contention was that
tin: UdmtimU Act ilocs not apply to
llawnll, holnB Intended merely for
Torrltoilca "whoro Mormontsm 18 n
In Ills decision, Judge Dolo nays:
The second Rround la tiinf Iho lnw
prnvldlng for the punishment of per
sons Kiillty of adultery uppllcs only
to tlioso Territories wlioro Mormop-
Iriii ll rnpntrtilroil nu nnA fif tlin loltl.
niato Institutions of tho 'Territory.
TI1I3 point Is untenable. Although
the net nt 18G2 wns Mined nt tlio
practice of polygamy In the Terrlto
ilesnnd other Idacoj over which the
t'nlti'd mates Ims exclusive Jurisdic
tion, nnd with certain acts of the
Legislature of Utah favoring polyg
amy, and wns nmended by tho net of
1882, also aimed nt polygamy in tho
Territories nnd other plnccs over
which the United States lias exclti-
kIvo Jurisdiction, yet the net of 1S8T,
which nmonds the net of 1882, Ih n
more comprehensive statute, contain
ing enactments applicable to the
Territory of Utah nnd the "so-called
Statute of Deseret," and general en
actments appertaining to the Terri
tories of the United States, It deals
not only with polygamy but also with
( OBiiiifc-'orfenscs ol adultery, forni
cation and incest. The act of 1S8T
departs from the special object of
the two preceding nets, and clearly
adds to their scone, iiitendlnir liv Its
words to deal with tno subject ofj Latt su0ar .u-ln 3.89 cent.,
niarrlnge more broadly by punishing or S77-80 Per ton
t.ll ..flenses inconsistent with the
sanctity of the marriage relation.
"All posslbln effect must be Riven to
every clause, section and word of tho
statu." United States vs. Fisher, 1U!
U. S. 143, 145. Ily tile net of 18S7
adultery is made a crime against tho
United States nnd in tho Territories
and other plnccs over which tho
United States has exclusive Jurisdic
tion. Tho third point of the demurrer Is
that the court has no Jurisdiction for
the reason that tho crime of adult
ery Is punlshuble undor the laws of
the Territory of Hawaii. Tffero
doesn't seem to be any precedent for
this proposition, nor has any ense
been cited supporting It. lloth tho
United States nnd tho Territory of
Hawaii have their pure-food law, for
Instance, not tospeak of other laws
on Identical; subjects.
'Sales netween Hoards, 14 Hon. 11.
& M. Co.. J22.75; 12 O. It. & I.. Co.,
J03.C0. Session: 10 Haw. Sag. Co..
31; 30 Haw. Sug. Co., $31, 2a Kahi't
Dividends .Ian. 5, 10US: I lawn.
Com. &. Sugar Co., (!Cc. filiiiri); l'opoo
l:co, 1 per cent.
Quality Is First
consideration with tho managementlicre. We give you the best of
everything. You've noticed that in the home-smoked hams and
bacon we sell. -
Metropolitan Meat Company. Ltd,,
Some b.iHy-'is know -more
hi'iulllng a role than an actor.
lvnnrtanrnil lirmf. Xtnnwnv ilnulrnu nar&
mnnont position. Aihlrcsa I. O.
Box 4fiC, City. :i8J0-lw
LONDON BEETS, - - 10s II l-4d
SUGAR,, - - - 3 89
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,;
Stock and Bond, Department
Member. Honolulu Stock and Oond
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
. position by u competent bookkeep
er. Addiess "A.," llultctln.
NEW - TO-DAY
The -undcislgned will not bo re
sponsible for any debts contracted In
r.ls name unless authorized over Ills
38'JO-lm U. i:. II. IIAKi:it.
LIVERY AND BOARD.
Horses, Cov3 and Chickens for Sale.
Fort Street, near Hotel
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, PnjamaB, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Is a good place to
19 0 8
ET. CLAIR BIDG00D..?.. Manager
LEVY & 0 0
Kntrlcs for the biggest, poultry
bhow ever held In' Hawaii close to
day. This show will have eome ex
ceedingly unique exhibits in the way
of odd, as well as valuable, birds. Na-
tlvo chicken), which wore first
brought to the Islands by Vancou
ver, an old sea-captain, and which nt
Hint time sold for 15 cents each, will
be on exhibition. .t the present
tlmo there nre"somp of the3e bints
that me valued nt tho sum lit $150.
V C. Wecdon, tho pioneer poultry
man of the country, lias n number of
these hlgh-pilrcd birds.
Whito Orphlngtons, specially' im
ported for this show, nt' a cost of
$100 each for transportation a I quo,
will bo behind tho wlro where evory
ono may seo them. There will also
be somo prize-winners for sale. V.
i:. Willi lias entered an unusually
lino exhibit of chickens, ami every
(no of Tils birds Is blooded stock.
Ono of tho features or tho show
will be tho exhibition .of chicken
scoring by tho Judgo of the show,
Geo. K, AndrcwB, of Fresno, Cal.
Very few people understand how to
tell n good hen from n poor one, and
this will aJVord them un opportunity
to learn. The show opens on tho
Sth nnd continues until the 11th.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Rapid progicss with
thorough training. Studio, -70
llcretanla St., near Alakca St. Seo
. BEST OF THE FIVE-CENTERS
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Fresh Shipment Of
The Weekly Editl'jn of tin Evenlnn
Bulletin gives a eompleto summary of
he news of to day. "
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
WAI.I. In this city, Jan, '4, 190S, to
Dr. and .Mrs. O. H. Wall, u eon.
Washington, Dee. 19. Tho annual
cport of Commissioner Capers of tho
Internal Itovenuo ISuieau shows that
for the flmil year ended Juno 33, 10
Killer )our blids,
Frnnklln touring cars. Stkyds Stbln.
New A. !'. C, ginghams this week
at 10c a nrd at A. Illom's.
Paradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing, 25o at all news
Tho lixptfrt Hat Cleaners will clean
any old lint so that It will bo as good
Tako vour carrlago or nutomoblto
to Hawaiian Caritagu Manfg, Co., for
uito-dnto repairs. '
William McK'lnIo l.odgo No. 8, K.
or 1'., will meet in K. of 1. Hall this
uventng nt 7:30.
Tho Fashion Saloon Is nervine tho
sumo good lunch that It always Bonus
between 12 and 1 o'clock.
Don't lose four chance ot having
birds scored by neglecting to enter
them In the Poultry Show
K. M. Campbell of Henry Water
house Trust Co., returned In the Ala
incda today from San Francisco.
W. C. Achl was struck by a blcyclo I
lldden by a young Chinese messen
ger yesterday. Ho wus not Injured.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You, will bo surprised at its cooling
and iresorvntlo properties. California
Feed Co., agents. '
Tho annual January salo of muslin
underwear Is now on nt N. 8. Sachs
Dry Goods Co. Now Is tho tlmo for
Theodora Roooelt Camp No, 1, U
8. W. V., will meet In Wnerley Hnll
this evening at 7:30 for Installation
Tho Kapnhulii Improvement Club
,vlll bold an Important meeting to
jilght at the commissary building,
Nothing so fresh and pleasant to
the taste as Alagretti's candies, Nou
gat, Chips, Tablets and Creams at
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
A little more refreshing than any
thing else is u Knickerbocker Foun
tain brush. 'Use it for tho bath or a
tdinmpoo. Got It from Ilenson, Smith
& Co., Ltd. v.
l.ouls Chovallcr, chef nt the Alexan
der Young hotel,-uxpects to leave for
tho mainland in tho spring and tnko
cbaigo of tho culsluu nt ono or tho
Llg Saratoga hotels,
Tho Superintendent or Public
Works bus written to ' Atild unit oth
ers who asked for tin extension of the
ewer up l'ua lnno. Informing them
that on account of .lack of funds noth
ing can be done at prccent, but that he
will present tho mntttr to the next
At the meeting of tho Holo Kahuna
Club, held on January 2, tho follow
lug officers were elected: Mary O.
Ned. president; Win. J. Itoblnson,
lco president; MIsb Mary Kamnkawl
V.oole, secretary; D. D. Knpua, vlco
tocietnry; Slia. Hao, treasurer; Hon.
.lonnh Kuinalae, vlci treasurer; 11
Ilookano, terge.int-at amis.
Tho Catholic Chutcli of St. John
lliu Uaptlst, Knllhl-wacna, In charge
of Rev. Father -Clunicnt. Tomorrow,
Jnqnary 5, 8(30 a. m., high mass, Eer
.non, collection, Sunday school. 4 p.
m., ItoBary. Next day, Monilay, Jan
nary Gtb, tho Feast of lip'iphany, roast
ot obligation, 8:33 a. in., high mass,
sermon collection. 4 p. ni. Hosary.
Illshop Hostarick will hereafter pub
lish and control tho Anglican Church
Chronicle as tjio organ of tho gloeeoe.
'IhroiiRli nn arrangenient mailu be
tween tho Illshop and Canon Mackin
tosh, the conductor or tho paper, It
was agreed that tho transfer bo made
at the end of tho year 1907. During
Cumin Mackintosh's absence, Itov. W.
K. I'otwino acts' us editor.
Itoiiinn Catholic Cathedral Sun
day: 0 and 7 u. in., low masses with
Vortugueso Instruction and comniun
;Nn; 9 u. m low ninss with singing
nnd Bngllsh Borruon; 10:30 a. m,
high bolemn mriis with native ser
mon; 2 p. ,m., rosary nnd nutlvo In-,
btructlon; 7 p. in., Portuguese ser-1
moil and benediction. Monday: Ep-'
Iphany; Day ot Obligation; tlio scrv-j
Ilea na on Sunday with High Foil- j
Ltlflcnl Mass, nt 10:30 n. in. In the j
evening nt 7 o clock benediction j
only. . )
Icthodlst Church, David W. Crane, ,
pastor. Sunduy schoo), 9:45 a. ni., '
Intel national lesson, "Tho Word;
Made Flesh." Morning woinhlp, 11 i
a. in.; pleaching by the pastor; sub
ject, "A Mine or Wealth,." Kp wort it
League, p:30 p. in,; topic ror study, j
"Socrel-I'nyer nnil tho Informing
Power or tho Word." Kvenlng serv-l
Ice, 7:30 o'clock; sermon by tho pat-
tor; topic, "A Poor Uargaln." Spo-'
clal music will bo rendered by tho1
A full line of the very newest styles just in.
of every stec, shape, nn 1 price,
Ladies and Gentlemen
They arc the swc'ilest line of goods we have had since
last spring, and that's saying a great deal,
Call and sec them at
f! Hf Jt JE
KING NEAR FORT
2!ik!kjiv ji-jijijijivjiyi(;ijjji5;iKjjx jixjijjw
The only reason for the extreme
is its .purity and freedom from dele
terious matter; water from which
RAINIER is made is not quarantined.
At all bars and wholesale fiom
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS,
S,J,xi!iSxlx5i5iixif JSti!SiI 51x5.x ,''ix)tix)iixxixa(
Hawaiian Iron Fence' and -Monument WorUs
MEXT TO YOUNG DLDO '78-190 KING STREET.
WHY TAKE CHANCES ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAN OPT A
National Cash ftcegistei
from us re let money and on easy payments, without Interest, o.
Itbernl H!ecount far cash. Thn. In nn r.iah r.nlcl.. .n an.nhill. V
certain of remits as a National. Every) National la guaranteed as to '
worl:manh!p, durability and repairs. r
WE ARE SOLE A3ENT3.
Thi Waterhouse Company, b
iiDD BUILDING. f
.HW I ' UU Hi I
Child's School Dress Pattern
One of AlcCnll's Specials
07, the lecelpts of this biireun wero"holr U"J cr ,h l;ade.shlp ot Ml.
S260,fir,4,022 8r,. nn Vxcc of $20, 6G.,i"- A" "r0 luvltcl1 '" ,I,CB0 btn"
284 over the receding year.
Tho lecelpts for tho first three
months ot tho current year show an
Increato In collections of ,$2,872,037,
ar, compared with tho same mouths
of tho past flrcal year, nnd It Is esti
mated' that tho total' receipts for tho
fiscal year ending Juno 30,1908, will
During tho past, fiscal' year thcio
were collected on distilled spliiU
$149,749,33$; on feiinented liquors.
$58,5tr,,tl0; on tobacco, 151,811.1)49.
Samuel Oompers nnd John Mitchell
at tho National Civic Federation ban
epiet In Now York warned employers
that worklngmen would nii nrcept a
cut In wanes at this tlmo.
Central Ultlou Church Special New
Year music, Illblo school, 9.4S a. m
Moinliig worship, 11 o'clock, tho mill
Ister will preach, subject "Two Kras."
Choir and clmrr.7 will slug "Shelley's
"Hark, Hark My Soul"; solo parts by
Mrs. Mucknli nnd Mrs, Wright Chris
tltAjJnili'.ivor Society. 0 30 p, m.
ljilng wori-hlp, 7.30 o'Vlock; Bur
mini by tho minister, Hiibject "Ooadb '
Choir, chorus nnd congregational
Mr. Chester Livingston and tho
chorus will sing Sheey's "Savior.
When Night .Involves tho Sky." A
cprdlal Invitation Is hereby extended i
to strangers, seamen, trnviuers, visit
ing rrlcuds and the public generally to
attend nil these sorvlcen.
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g PMOU II I LWIIU IfcT. V-f I f f -. I-Wm. . W kJ w
j E. W. Jordan fe Cow, Ltd.,
i Fort St.
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