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EvnNiNO nuuxriN, Honolulu, t. h., Wednesday, .tan s, idos.
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Made of gun
A shoe for everyday wear for smart dressers
Inerny Shoe Store
THAT EPITOMIZES WHAT
THIS TERRITORY IS
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
LOCAL AND tfENEBAL
HONOLULU", Jau. 7,1908 L ?&f Bulletin Want Adi. will
NAME OF STOCK
2 Brewer 8c Co. ..........
P.wa Plant lit Ion Co ...
ItawHlimi Auric. Cn...
Haw Com & Hug Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Ilonotuu Sugar Co !..
Ilmiokaa Sugar Co ..
llaiVu Suvar Co
Kaliukd Plantation Ce
lm...i...i.1c... rn .
Koloa buzar Co .
, Mcllryde Sugar Co .
Oilin burar Cn. ...
Onomca Sugar Co
Soft, Pleasant, and Health
ful About It.
IT HERE'S NOTHING.
Sitter, Unpleasant, or Inju
inaris, Johannis, Lithia and
Hungarian Apenfa Waters
(IN CROWN TOPS)
APOLLINARIS and LITHIA WATERS, per doz. quarts, $2.25;' per dozen
APENTA WATER, per doz. pints, $2.75; per doz. half-pints, $1.50.
JOHANNIS LITHIA is tho sure cure for rheumatism. Special prices to the
LEWIS & CO., LTD., GROCERS,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Pacific SuBnr Mill..
I'ala riant at Ion Co ....
Fipttkvn Sugar Co..,,
1'ioiiecr f ill Co
Wfiluku Sugar Co ...
VValmea Sugar MM Co
(piter-Nlantl St ram N Co
Hon HTIkL Co Pref
Mutual Telephone Co
Nnhiku Rubber Co.,
NalnVu Kulibcr Co.
Oaliu K& I. Co
IhloK K Co....
iiaw ict 4 C
!' Gov't t uc...
Cat :l Sug & Krl Co
lUiku Sugar Co6ic
11am Ditch Co,
Untwr Ditch 6a
Haw Sugar Co6pc...
HlloKKCn Con 0 pc
II nn R T & L Co 6 i c
VMIIUXU I'.RIlt .0 9 II C
Oahu Rft I. Co 6 pc
Outiu Sugar Co 6 p c . .
Olaa Sugar Co 6j c .
I'll I antatloii Lo
Waialua grlCo jpc
100 KING STREET.
I Great I
I RedifictionSale I
Christmas is almost here ana you surely will make E
5 presents to your relatives and friends. Why not buy them E
something useful in tho way of Koa or Mission Furniture t
S For the Holiday Season we have made Great Reductions,
I Wing Chong Co., I
5 KING. CORNER BETHEL STREET.
Congressman Hepburn, cooperating
with Delegnte Kulito, hns Introduced
the following bill, which epitomizes
what Hawaii Becks In tho wuy or
A DILL I OoVtvU Suif.r Pl.nt Co
RsUllnr, n lm,lnrtlnn lt .h T... I !i r.".".!'-0 "U "
rltorv of Hawaii. I Panluu SuRir Pl.iil Co
IK' It unacted fov tho Senate nnd
House of Representatives of lliu Unit
i Ld Status of America In Congress as
fumbled, That nothing In tho Act en
titled "An Act to regulate the Immi
gration of aliens Into tho United
States." approved February twentieth,
i Inctecn hundred nnd seen, shall be
taken, for a term of bIx ycnis from the
nppcal hereof, tu cxcludo from admls
lion lo the Territory of Unwell, an
contract laborers as defined by section
two of the said Act, Emopcan nllona
who have been Induced or solicited
to nilsrato lo tho Bald Tcirltory of
Hawaii by offers or promises of em
plojment within the unlit Territory,
held out to them by tho said Territory
or by the board of Immigration of the
said Territory, or tho oinccrH, mem
bers, or agents of such board, or to
exclude from admission to tho stld
Territory European aliens whoso tick
ets or passages hau been paid for
with money of, or who hno been as
sisted to mlgrnto by, tho said Terri
tory, or Its board of Immigration, or
tho ofllcers, members, or agents of
such board, oven though It Is not af
flrmntUelv shown that such European
Ulcus' tickets or passages were not
paid with money contributed to tho
raid Territory, or Its board of Immi
gration, by Individuals, companies,
partnerships, or corporations: Pro
vided, however, That nothing con
lalned herein shall bo taken to exempt
European aliens Induced or solicited
or assisted to mlgrato to tho said
Territory, In tho innnner hereinbefore
described, from examination and ex
clusion from thu said Territory under
any and all of thu provision other
than those herelubefoio specifically
mentioned of the said Act of Febru
ary twentieth, nineteen hundred" and
Sec. 2. That nothing contained In
the Act entitled "An Act to regulate
tho Immigration of aliens Into tho
United States," approved February
twentieth, nineteen hundred and sov
en, shall bo taken, for u term of six
ears from tho approval hereof, to
prohibit any person, company, pait
nershlp, or corporation- from contrib
uting lo tho Bald Territory of Hawaii,
or to tho board of Immigration of said
Territory, money to bo used by tho
laid Territory, or board of Immlgra
lion, or tho olr.cers, members, or
agents of such board, In paying tho
transportation, or assisting or encour
I'glng, by pilntcd or published adver
tisements or othorwlso, tho Impor
tation or nilgrntlou Into tho snld Tor
lltory of European aliens In accord
ance with tho provisions of section
one hereof; or to attach to tho con
tributing of money by any person,
company, paitueishlp, or corporation
to tho said Territory, or Its board of
Immigration, for uso lu tflo manner
hereinbefore dcscillieil, r to tho do
ing by tho raid board, or Its officers,
members, or ugintB, of uny of tho act?
herein authorized, any penalty or for
f jo onn
- help you And a better boarding-
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Coid Storage Meats
kept in such thoroughly sanitary compartments as ours arc better
than meats freshly killed. Wc are in a position to supply you with
all of your meats and guarantee you the best service.
Metropolitan Meat Company. Ltd,.
LIVERY AND BOARD.
Horses, Cows and Chickens for Sale.
Fort Street, near Hotel
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Tho Wsekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
he news of te day.
is no better
Snles Uetween Boards: loo I'anti
linn, S14.R0; 15 Haw. C. & S. Co..
$7tf.G0; IB Haw. C. & S. Co., 179.KO;
t II. C. & S. Co., J79.30; 20 Kwa, $24;
tr.OI) Hllo It. It. Cs, R0; 5 Hon. II. &
M Co., $!2.7B; 5 Hon. II. & St. Co.,
J22I75. Session BO Olaa, J3 12V4.
Latest sugar quotation 3.94 cents or
(78.80 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, --9s II l-4d
SUGAR, - '- 3.92
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Maiiir.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PFtlVATE EXCHANQC 4.
Superintendent Dubbltt has ic-
ceived tho report of tho Girls' Indus
trial School, allowing -tho work that
has been dono there during the past
LEVY & CO
At tho beginning of tho year 11)07
there wero' 37 girls In tho school.
Thirteen weio received during tho
j car, nnd ten wore leleased. Ouo
girl died. She was in feable health
when received, nnd was later sent to
tho Lcnhl Homo,
Tho roport shows that the sewing
classes made during tho year for tho
Hoys' Industrial Homo 38 1 denim
fcults, 240 suits of pnjamnB, IDS pil
low cases and 138 sheets.
Tho school received for laco-worl:,
drawn-work and mat-weaving the
mm of J278.1B. Tho money receiv
ed from tho sale of this work, over
and above the cost of material, was
placed on deposit in tho savings
bank for tho girls who mndo tho
things, and will ho given to thorn on
All the buildings have been paint
ed nnd repaired during tho year.
WOMAN'S BOARD OF
At tho mnnthl) meeting of tho Wo
man's Hoard of Foreign Xllstlona
which wus held In tho parlor of tho
Cential Union Church yesterdnv, vn
Houi matters of Interest wero read.
MrB. Doromua Scudder presided. Mrs.
C. M. Hyde leported thnt there was
a balance of $2C3.G2 on band In tho
Mrs. Olios Clero read a very Inter
esting paper pcrfilulng to Samoa, tho
Tonga islands nnd I'itcalrn. Mrs. U.
1.. Wenver read from tho writings of
Robert Louis Stevenson.
Miss Laura Green, tho local super
intendent, reported thnt many cases
of Illness nnd destitution had been
cared for through her branch of the
Miss Turner, who Is visiting Mrs.
Athertou In this city, spoko of her re
cent visit to tho Itamnkai school In
India, in which tho local branch of
tho Woman's Hoard takes a great In
letest. Mrs. W. H. Oleson gave a
brief and Interesting account of her
recollections of tho past.
Mrs. Judd read a very Interesting
letter from Mrn. C. I). Damon.
After tho singing ot tho hymn
"More Loo to Thco" tho meeting
1'ruspnt at the meeting wero Mis.
Theodora Richards, Mis. W. O. Smith,
Mrs. J. T. (lullck, Mrs. O. H. Otillck,
Mm. S. Oilman, Mrs. I.owrle, Mrs
Oarlund, Miss I'opo, Mrs. Weaver,
Mrs. Home, Miss Chamberlain, Mrs.
.'. A. Whitney, Mrs. W. Whitney, Mis.
J. II, Atherton, Mrs. F. C. Atherton,
Mrs. J. A. Hopper, Mrs. W. W. Hall,
Mrs, It. W Andrew s, Mrs. J. J. Oreene,
Mrs. A, V. Soares, Mrs. Clark, Miss
Mother, Mrs. Hailaud, Mlrs Knapp,
Mrs. W. H. Olchon nnd innii) ntlu.-h
l'ancmn bats cleaned at tho Olobo.
Franklin touring cars. Stkyds Stbls."
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co. ,
Chicken Show now open. Spend
on hour there.
J. Carlo buys and Bells watches, dla j
inonus nmi jewelry.
An eight-room eottngo Is ndvcrtls-
cd for rent In this banc.
New A. F. C. ginghams this weclc
tit 10c a yard at A. Ilium's.
Paradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing, 25c at all news
Tho Expert Hnt Cleaners will clean
uny old hat so that It will be as good
Take our carriago or automiullo
to Hawaiian Carriago Manfg, Co., for
Tho Fashion Saloon Is scnlnc tho
samo good lunch that It always servos
between 12 und 1 o'clock,
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative proportion. California
Food Co., ngf.nts.
Tho Norwegian bark Concordia,
which brought a cargo of lumber tu
this port, was towed out of the harbor
Nothing so fresh and pleasant to
the taste as Alagretti's candies, Nou
gat, Chips, Tablets and Creams at
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
rue trial lias only npcu postponcu,
tald tho United States District At
torney this morning. "We have only
Just begun on Mr. Rosenberg."
Tho yacht lulyu, owned by Cain
tain Miller, hoisted sail this morning,
nnd prepared to leave her anchorage
opposite tho Inter-Island docks.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Mlkaliuia,
Captain Gregory, brought lu 4000
sacks K. S. M. and 2400 0. & It., sugar
when sho arrhed hero yesteiduy Into
lu the matter of tho estate of Frank
L.icwelko, A. 0. Steven was this morn
ing discharged by Judgo Dole ns ad
mlnlstrntor, and William SaWdgo wus
appointed In his place, with bonds lu
tho sum of $2B00.
I.lcut.-Gol. Anderson, Ihe Inspector
In-chief of tho U. S. Army, Is heio nn
p visit Hu was closeted with Land
Commissioner Pratt all this forenoon,
presumably looking up mailers con
nected with tho lands to be used for
Tho handling of thu transport II n
ford as sho backed from her dock out
into tho stream this morning was ex
tremely pretty and delicate work Tho
tug Intrepid had n lino on her bow,
:nd tho big transport for the V S
army swung around like a pleasure
Tho matter of the Teirllory vs. tho
Kaplolnnl .stato occupied tho time of
.ludgo Do Holt'i court this morning,
tho hearing ending lu a terdlct for
(he plaintiff, with costs. Ihe action
was a suit for summary possession of
certain property held by the estate
nnd claimed by the Territory
Juilgo Do Holt has rendered an opin
ion In tho matter of tho arbitration
between tho Kona Development Com
I any. Ltd., and M. F. Scott, lu which
bo sets usldo and vacates the submls
Llon and nwjird, on thu ground that
they are old and Incapablo of en
lorccment, nnd that tho Court has no
power or Jurisdiction to accept the
award as Us Judgment
A full line of the very newest styles
of every size, shape, and price,
-just in. Hats
Ladies and Gentlemen 1
They are the swclleat lino cf goads wc have had since
last spring, and that's saying a great deal.
Call. nnd ccc them at
Viil ? I tf O tf H F
KING NEAR FORT
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thing we ever did for Honolulu v,as to begin to brew
The best thing YOU can do for YOURSELF is to be
gin to drink it.
Honolulu Brewery l
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO VOUHG BLDO.. VB-UO KINO 8TRCCT.
l WHY TAKE CHANCED ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAN GFT A '
National Cash Register
Members of tho Cornell OIco club
will tinel under a set of Jiluo Uws
with fines attached this season. rim
Is $5 for fnlluro to attend any recep
tion tu tho club's honor.
QUININE THAT DOES NOT AFFECT
LAXATIVE HKOMO QuinincTablets
for Colds,, Grip, Influenza or any
Catarrhal disorders, Headache anil
Feverish or Malarious conditions.
11. W. Orovo'ssltrnaturo on every lox.
Mn.l,. I,i tlAKIR MRTliniNI?
tSaint Louis, V, S, of A.
DD. 1111 LMti
Dr. James Mulony of Lahaiua, a
resident of tho Islands for tho last
eight years, sailed lu thu Alameda
for tho Coast this morning. Ho
leaves the Islands for good. Dr. Mu
lony was tho physician for tho Pio
neer Mill and Olnwnlu plantations,
lie was the rcpieseutiitlve ot tho Ma
lino Hospital Scrvlco and of thu Ter-
lltorlul I loanl ot Health, llofoie ho
left Lahalnn Dr. Mulony was given a
farowcll banquet by tho nianugeia
nnd others of tho plantations.
Dr. Mulony was nt one time con
nected with tho O. & 0. htanmor Cup
tic as ship's sutgeun and lived for a
time, lu Kona,
Frank CooIeyanil his company nio
moving back to tho Oi phcuni today
and will renew their engagement
there tomororw night, presenting "A
Daughter of Dlxle' Mr. Cooley and
Mr. Cohen n-tjustcd their differences
Tuesday and ns n result Mr. Cooley
..as rented tho theater, and from now
.mtll the termination ot his engage
incut will have ubsoluto control of It
Not nnlyttlie plnya hut tho conduct of
tho houso In general will bo under hH
As his first Innovation JJr. Cooley
will inako tho reduction In prices
which was advertised last weok, re
icrved seats telling at SO mid Jj
rents, gallery admission remaining nt
'J 5 cents. The mntlneu price will still
bo 25 cents for any pait of tho the
ter. Tho reduction In expenso duo
tc the now arrangement fur thu the
liter's rental enables Mr. Cooloy to
mako this reduction.
On Friday and Saturday nights
"Tho Mot'th of tho Cannon" Is to be
played. This Is a melodrama with
tho scenes laid In Southern California
and Now Me.lco. Saturday afternoon,
howover. tho hill will bo "A Daughter
of Dlle," which has boon pronounced
llw, iitnttlnut nin.lnrttfHl Ilia pnnitl.inv '
hart jet made hero.
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Lessons in French and Italian given
by Alls, Amelia Kmmi, diiugliter ot
1'iof Swift (linguist); rapid meth
od, perfect accent, model ate tentis
Studio, 700 Quiu r St, corner or;
from us for leas monoy and on easy payments, without Interest, 01
liberal Hlteount for cash. There Is no cash register 63 abiotutalj
certain of results at a National. Every National is guaranteed as to
workmamhlp, durability and repairs.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS.
Th5 Wnterhouse Company,
Weekl Su3!etin SI Per Year
Mi ra i trrrtsTTi n riTTrnrr-iPT
Child's School Dress Pattern
One of AlcCnll's Specials
I ' WANTS
(Juan j St.
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I Also materials to make it up at n
I E. W. Jordan fc Co., Ltd., I
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