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EVENING nUIJ K.HN, IIONOLW..U, T. II., THURSDAY, JANl 9, 1908-
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. Jan. 9.1908
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2 Lbs., 85c
& CO., LTD., GROCERS,
160 KINO STREET.
E Christmas is almost here una 70a surely will make
5" . presents to your relatites and friends. Why not buy them
E something useful in the way of Koa or Mission Furniture 1
E For the Holiday Season ye hnve made Great Reductions.
I Wing Chong Co.,
1 KINO, CORNER BETHEL STREET.
I'.U. LJ1-UJ H JBtT
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Cold Storage Meats
kept in such thoroughly sanitary compartments as ours arc better
than meats freshly killed. Wc arc in a position to supply you with
all of your meats and guarantee you the best service.
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LIVERY AND BOARD.
Horses, Cows nnd Chickens for Sale,
Fort Street, near Motel
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Wai3ts, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
he newt of tho day.
There is no better
on a cool morning
Tlio Trustees of the Chamber of
Commerco held n lengthy session yes-
teulay afternoon nt which consider
nblo routine work was disposed of.
Severn! new matters wero nlso tnkon
1111. ns. for Instance, that of Consular
certificates for merchandise! Imported
from nbroad, n enso having been re
ported at which a declaration ns to
the vnlttc of certain goods, made In
accordance with tho Consular certifi
cate nccotnpnnylng them, had not sav
til the importers fiom being lined for
mnklng fill so entry.
A letter wns rend from the Secre
tary of the Treasury stating that tho
repairs to the rovenuo cutter Man
ning would probably bo completed
this month, whereafter she would be
sent to Honolulu.
Arthur llcrg wns elected a mem
ber of the Chamber.
A tentative schemo for tho estab
lishing of a National Council of Com
merco wns rend. It provided for a
gathering at Washington of ropro
ccntntlvcH from all sections of tho
country onco a year for tlio purpose
of keeping In touch with the Depart
ment of Commerce and Labor,
Morgan stated that Oovernor l-'rcnr
had written about tho matter, which
tho Chamber would be asked to Join.
It was referred to tho Committee, on
Manufacture, Agrlculturo and Com
merce. Representative Joseph V. Urn IT
wroto promising to glvo his support
(o the 1'cnrl Haibor appropriation
Tho Seattle Chamber of Commerco
wroto that it hail adopted a resolu
tion In favor of the Pearl Harbor ap
propriation. It hnd asked Its Con
gressmen to assist the hill, and wns
ronlldent that they would voto In fa
T. Cllvo Davlcs submitted n state
ment of tlio finances of tho Shlppcrb'
Wharf Committee, Bhowtng a total of
lecclpts for tlio year of $117, 'J70 20,
and total expenditures In vuilous
ways of $26,209.1:!, leaving an avail
able cash balance of 1911.10. Tho
report wns received and Hied.
II. V. Dillingham reported for his
(ommlttco In favor of tho bill to
also tho pay of nrmy nnd navy oltl
cers and moti, ami to Includo Hawaii
with' tho plans in which foreign scr
vlco was paid. The report was adopt
ed. T. CJtvo Davles reported for tho
Committee on Commerce, Mnnufnr
tuio nnd Agriculture that it could not
leport progress in its woikson tho
matter of insurance rates, ns tlin In
surance companies to which letters
had been sent had been very dlllldent
about expressing themselves nnd
nonlil have to ho approached again.
Morgan reported thnt ho had ca
bled Wood about tho Kort Shatter
appropriation matter and had bcou
advised by him that work on this was
T. C. Davles said ho wanted to
bring lie Tore the Chamber a matter
which had como up between his Ilrm
and the Collector of Customs in re
gard to tho valuation or sugar lugs.
Tho particulars of tho matter rela
ted to the Inipoi tntlon of somo sugar
bags from Ciilcuttn, their valuo on
shipment being certified to by tho
American Consul nt Calcutta. The
goods worn delayed In trnuMt nnd
Inter Calcutta shipments caught up
to them, nil arriving hcru together.
In tho meanwhile tho price of bnpi
had gone up nnd tho Consular certifi
cate for the hist shipped showed n
higher figure than for the Davles
hiigfc. Consequently tho price Biibr
mltted for Import duties by Davles &
Co. was declared too low nnd a fulso
Ic asked that the Chnnibcr give Its
aid to clear thin mutter up. Ills firm
had been lined for making a fulso
entry, nuil It was u mutter of prin
ciple to Dm) out whether Consulnr
certificates wero of any valuo or not.
"You can appeal and win," sug
gested J. 1. Cooke, "ind that is
about nil, I think."
"Wo huvn no means of knowing
what other peoplu pay," said Davles,
"and wo cannot protect munches
from boliig fined."
The mutter wns Hpnlly referred to
tho Committee on Colnmeice, Manu
facture nnd Agriculture.
Davlcs nlso suld thnt moio wnro-vt
house capacity for incoming goods
should ho provided by tho Amorlcun
lluwnllau Co. It should prnvldo
(.'renter spaco for tho laying out of
freight so ns to facilitate Its remov
al. This was icferred to the Harbor
and Shipping Committee.
Tho Chamber then went Into exec
Thoso presont nt tho meeting
woro: President Jus. V. Morgan, A.
N. Campbell. T. II. Potrle, W. J. I.ow
loy, Ii. T, I'ock, 13. I). Tonnny, W.
I'folonhnuer, J. 1'. Cooko, W. M. (llf
furil. II. R Dillingham. K. I. Spulil-
NAA'E CI- STOCt
?Ricntr& O. ..........
Rn Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian ArtIc. Cn.
Man Com & Sujr Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
MoTiomu Sugar Co ..
llonoltaa Sugar Co ..
Haiku Smrar Co
Kantian Planlutlmi Co
KuloaSunr Co ....
Mcnr)debURr Co .
Oaliu buear Co. ...
wnnmcii nuj(ar ,u ....
Ookolft Siigif Plant Co
OIm SuKRt Co Ltd
I'jialiiuSiiRi'r riv'it (fo
racinc mir-u auii.
In Plantation Cn
IVtwlen Suear Co...
Wmalita A&ric Cn
trtuiKj .iiikii ,ti ,.,.
WnlmfH StiRr Mill Co
Intff-Mrttul Strain N Co
H nwail.it. ItlrcHirCo.
Hon R T ft L Co Prd
Hot. RT& I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
NIi Ik j RulberCo,.
NAlitku KuMxr Co.
Oahu Kft t-Co
HiloK K Co.
Hon H ft M Co:
lliw Trr4 pclI'lteC.
Haw Ttr 4 c
Ham Ter 4U lc
Haw Ter ) pc
I,,"v fictv't it e
al 3cel Sue ft Kel Co
Haiku SiiRAr Co 6 pc
Hum. Ditch Co .
Urner Ditch fr
II a r ( nni ft Siir Co k
llnvt Sueur Cn 6 n c
lllloR KCo Con 6pr
I If ill K 1 n ;. LO D l (
Kahuku Pant Co 6 pc
Oahu R ft h Co 6 p c .
Oahu Supar Co 6 p c .
Olaa Suijnr Co 6 p c. , .
I'nla Plantation Co ,.,,
Pioneer Mill Co 6 nc.
Waialua KtV Co p c
Mi-UQiK a .o w
I man tirt
4 t ,Or
. LOCiL AND 6ENERAL
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Today's Bulletin Want Ails, will
help you find a better boarding-house.
Sales Uctwt'on lliiaids. 20 Hwa,
'21; 10 Oahu Sug. Co.. $23.75, 10 Iluw.
C. & S. Co., $79.00.
Latest sugar quotatlon'3.91 cents or
(78.80 per ton.
LQHDOR BEETS. - -,9s II l-4d
Henry Wateriiousa Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. V.anattr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
le vr & CO
A Mry quiet wedding was per
formed ly tlu Rev Dr. Duicmus Send
dcr last night at tho residence of .Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Damon im Tlittrttou
Tho cimtrartlnii parties were MIbs
.fulla DwlKht Lawrence, ilaiiKhter nf
Mr. nnd Mm, rrnncrTTjiwrcnco nf
Sheboj-Kan, Wlscmisln, nnd Mr. Fred
erick Ileeknllh Danieui, fun of tho lalu
i:. C. D.imiiii. MIhh CimKiiela FnlKeu
liurB was tho hrWeuniald with (leni'KO
D. Fuller us best limn. Tho house :ii
beautifully denirated for tho occasion
and the newly married rouplo received
Ihe cuiiKrnt illations o( tho friends who
had gathered there. After a dcllRlit
fill nipper had been partaken of lh
hrldu nnd groom left fur their hirnoj
inoon lunlil shouers of ricu iind shoes.
They mndo tho trip" to AVahlawa,
where they will ni-ciu! their honey
moon. Tho hi Ido is well known In social
and educational work,; JiavliiK been
epunceleil with the l'nlnmn settle
ment. Air. Damon is In tho employ of
iho Dank of Hawaii,
Conm litigatory eahleKrams were re
ceived from tho bride's parents and
from tho groom's mother und blutcrr
Panama lints cleaned at tlio Olobo
Franklin tourliiB carB. Stkyds Stbls.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
II. C. llruns r.imo down this mom-
nig In the Clniidlne.
Go to the Poultry Show. All
n wank now made.
Now A. V. C. RliiKhama this wceltj
ht ,10c n ynrd at A. Illom's.
Paradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing, Zoo at all news
Tho Kxpert lint Cleaners will clean
any old hat Eo'thnt It will bo ns good
Attorney W. I'. Ilala of Haiin ni
rlvcd In the Clniidlne this morulni; on
Captain Sachs and Father Frnnrla
wi-rc aiming the nrrlvnls In tho Clnud-
Tho Jniiancsc merchants held a
meeting yeiterday and discussed tho
general welfare of their business.
Amain Sheldon and Ah Wn wero ar
tested this morning by the Federal
cuthorltlcs on u charge of lolatlm.
tho Kdnmnds Act. The same char
Is placed ngaliiBt I.. I.. Smith and
Tho Seo Yup Wen Qii.m Society has
tiiitlflcil tho Registrar of Public Ac
counts that nt n meeting held Septem
her 9, n resolution was pasrcil that no
piopcrty of tho society shall be sold,
mortgaged or otherwhe dealt with,
except on n three-fourths Mile of all
tliiibo piesent at a iitiorum meeting
of ho corporation.
, Henry C. Ilnpal, Heglstinr of Pub
lic Accounts, has receled a coinniim
leatlon from tho Maul Dry Hoods noil
(Iroccry Co., Mil., of Wiilhikn, stating
that at a lcccnt ineelliiK of tho stock
holders of tho corporation It was tot
ed to Increase tho capital stock fronj
S8000 to Jlfi.OOO by the Issuance of
320 new chares of the par valuo of ,
J2B each. . X
In tho mutter of lalllloa Kaiuahalo
vs. tlcorgo Kekaiiohn, ii eertlflcnllon
l.y Clerk Scott of the Clicult Comt
has been (lied that tho tlcfeil hint has
not filed any answer to the complaint.
On this certificate J. Alfred Mngoon,
attorney for tho flnlntlff, liases a mo
lion for Judgment by default nnd do
barring the defendant fiom right to
Alula Mllll, the woman who was
Implicated with (leorgo Kekuuoha In J
tho "Mormon case," and who had en-
tered a pica or not guilty, uppcareil
before Judge Dole this morning nnd
stated that she dcBlred to change her I
plea to one of guilty. This wns ul-1
lowed and sentcneo will bo p.issfd
Monday. It Is understood that ho
will be uked by the prosecution ns u I
witness against Harmon, the Mormon
leader, who Is nccused of subornation
"A. U, C. Atkinson says thnt ho now
holds tho record for expeditious court
wink. Yesterday Cluing Seu and Chor
oon Kuen, u Korean man and woman
charged In tho Fedeinl court with vio
lation of tho Kdniunds Act, nppourod
lofore Judge Robinson nnd obtained
ii' divorce fiom each other. Lust
night there was n manlage. und this
nornlng tho Federal court, on motion
tf Atkinson, wns iinllo prossed. Other
Wtcrc.itltm iloclopmentB me expect
ed In iiboiit a week. Atkinson Is elat
A full line of the very newest styles just in. Hats
of every size, shape, and price,
iLsidies and Gentlemen i
They arc the swellest line of goods wc have had since
last spring, and that's saying a great deal.
Call and sec them nt
KING NEAR FORT
S S N !S S Of 4P tf V 4N 0 0 l P
thinj; wc ever did for Honolulu was to begin to brew
The best thing YOU can do for Y0UHSELF is to be
gin to drink it.
Cure for Drunkenness
Orrlne Treatment o bo Used nt
Homo Without Publicity, or IJS3
u( Tlmo fiom Uuslncss.
Tho bent nld to temperance Is some
thing thnt will strengthen tho drunk-
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
EXT TO VOUNO 01. DO, 7-100 KING 8TRECT.
WHY TAKE CHANCES ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAM GfT A
(Continued from Paze 1)
by ItobcitMin, It Is evident that prac
tically all of tho Jurymen engaged In
tho previous ease had to a certain ox
tent, at least, made up their minds im
to tho guilt or Innocenro of thu de
fendant In that enso. Knuh of thorn
denied thnt this would have nny bo'ir
Ing on his vordlct in tho present ease,
but KoherUon evidently feared other
wise, for ho tried In every posslhlo
manner to show that they wero not
qualified to sit In tho present caw.
Neatly all of his objections wero over
tiled by the .Judge, Robertson saving j
un exception each time, nnd Intimat- j
lug thnt the case. If a conviction re-
suited, would p'obably bo can led tn I
the Clicult Court of Appeals.
.luior C.issldy cxpirsscil what up-
! km red to bo tho ututo of mind of
thoso Jurors who sat In tlio provloui '
tiit-o. lie said thnt he had listened to
the testimony of tlio witnesses for tho
piosccution, und was waiting for tho
National Cash Register
from ui fc- lack money and on easy payments, without Interest, Oi
liberal rMaeount for cath. There Is no cash register to aototutsl
certain of rstu.lt at a National. Every National It guaranteed at to
workmanship, durability and repairs.
WE ARE SOLE AOENTS.
T1-"? Waterhousc Company,
Veekly BuJletln $1 Per Year
Child's School D.ress Pattern
One of AlcCall's Specials
nrd's wrecked nervous system and cure, defense tii put on its evidence, to seu
his unnatural craving for drink. W0W,.lt contradiction thcro would hoof
believe that any man who really '! I ,10 evidence of tho prosecution beroro
Bires to bo cured of tlio liquor habit ... .,...,
cun euro hlmtolf by using Orrlne. This"""1' "h .'"' '" """'
remnrknblo treatment has ma le mi
V. T, Itottomley, T. Cllvo
A committee, consisting of thoprom
uient Japanese, will go out In a launch
to meet Ambassador Aokl, who Is duo
to iirrlo in tho Munchurln on tho 13th
lygr- BULLETIN A03. PAY -J
i-lany cures that we uro glad to sell It
under an nbeolnto guarnnteo to refund
ho money If It docs not euro. .
It Is In two forms: No. 1 that enn
be jilven secretly, and No, 2 for thosa
itlwi n Itf It 4i Im nnrnrl II la tint nnlt
the Snqst reliable Ircatment known, but '
It Mb nlso tho most economical as it j
costs only ?l a box and there. Is no de
tention fiom the usual duties, whllo If'
a euro Is not effected, then) Is no ex
pense whatever. .Malt orders filled on
lccolpt of price In plain bcaled psck-
ago. Wllto for nee booklet, 'tho or
line Co, Washington, D. C, or HJno
Kiln Drug Co.
1). S. K. Palm, tho joung secretary
of tho liuwallau Olllco Specialty Co.,
has been appointed usslstnnt regis
trar of tho Kamehameha schools to
tnko tho place of J. C. Anderson, to-slguod.
Asked as to whether or not ho had i
dlsciihscd tho previous case after it
had rnnio to .in end, Chas. Athertou
teplied that ho had discussed tho
tlmo wasted two days In court '
and lost from his olllco. Whereat cv-
nbeidy smiled bioadly. j
A boy !! years old, stinug and honl
thy, wishes to loam a trade In Ho
nolulu. Would prefer board nnd
lodging In tlip family. Address
:'.s:ma," iiiiiieiin, itiitiui: tnuio
mid teinib. ;!S'J l-JW
Also materials to make it up .ut
E. W, tlordaiii & Co., Iitd.,