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EVENING JBUl.I KriN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY, .IAN. in, 1008.
IT" TTTl ii rains
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For the Holiday Season we have made Great Reductions.
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Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
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HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlno
rjulletln gives a complete summary of
he news of the day.
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Levy & Co.,
Toilny Is tlio beginning of the now
term of the Circuit Court. The. trial
Jurors do not report until tomorrow
morning, but tho (Irnml Jury assem
hied In Judge Robinson's court nnd
received the charge of the Judge.
Link McCamllesH Is tlio man .who
will guide the work of tho Inqulsl
torlnl body, nnd Interesting develop
ments nro expected. Link was ap
pointed by the Judge foreman of the
(Irand Jury. He Is getting his share
of work and honors, as he was a mem
ber of the last Grand Jury. How
ever, he entered no objection to serv
ing during this term of court.
A. I). Holster was appointed by
Judge Robinson to serve ns bnlllrr.
After receiving the charge of tlio
Judge, tho (Irand Jurors retired to
tho throne-room of tho Capitol to
organize and begin their delibera
tions. The first matter to engage
their attention Is that of Chief or
Detectives Taylor, who Is charged
with assault on a Hawaiian named
I'atkull, and who waived examination
in tho District Court nnd was com
mitted to the a rand Jury.
In his charge to tho Orand Jury
Judge Koblnson recommended that,
wherever possible, persons accused
bo first examined before the District
Magistrate beforo their cases arc ta
ken up by tho Grand Jury. This I?
In lino with tho recommendations of
Deputy Attorney Genera! Whitney,
ns told In the Bulletin recently.
Tho Judge did not direct the at
tention of the Orand Jury to any par
ticular phase of wrongdoing, his
thargo being general in character.
(Continued from Paas 1)
Jardln, Frank Almeida, Invited
guests: William Woltors, M. A. Sll
a, J. A. Oonsalves, Manuel C. Lin
do, Antonio V. Hcgo, A. D. Castro,
A. S. Nasclmcnto, Julius 1. Kego,
Joseph V. Kcrnandcz, Joseph I. Hego,
Joso M. Conies.
On arriving at the hotel, the party
was seated at tho banquet table. Of
the details of that feast It is enough
to say that there was nothing 'lack
lug to make the occasion a Joyous
one. William Wolters was selected
toastmastcr nnd toasts wero respond
ed to ns follows:
Concordia Hand nnd Its Members
Lfonnrdo Nuiles, president.
I'ortugucso Colony of Hawaii M.
Portuguese Institutions in Hawaii
Abel S. Nasclmcnto.
The President of the United Slatei
Manuel Almeida, Jr.
Hawaii and Its Kxccutlvo A. 1).
Tlio Art of Music Jose M. Gomes.
The Ladles Mnnocl C. Llndo.
Honolulu's lluslness Organizations
jiiIIuh P. Hego.
Tho bnnquot Saturday night, how
ever, was only tho beginning. Fes
tivities wero 'resumed Sunday morn
ing. After an elaborate breakfast
hud been served, two baseball teams
wero organized; A. S. Nnsclmento was
chosen captain of one team nnd J. II.
Olivfcrn of the other. The game re
sulted in Oltvlern's team winning
by a bcoro of 7 to 2.
In tho afternoon n concert was
given by the band for tho benefit of
tho guests of the hotel. A large
number of plantation people wero
present, and also the man-hunting
parly which was out after tho two
escaped Porto Klcans.
Sunday evening tho second ban
quet was hold. J. J. llodrlgues de
livered the add. ess of the evening.
As 11 conclusion to the celebration
the band plned several selections,
alter which the party boarded tho
Halelwa limited and returned to Ho
nolulu about 10:30.
Tho entire colcbintlon was of nn
elaborate character, tho band boys
feeling that after their long strug
gle, their final tucccss in placing
themselves iiion'n bound financial
basis wus deserving of fitting cere
mony. HENRY THINKS
(Continued from Page 1)
but unsuccessful hunt for tho fugl
tlvos. The posse received liifonna'
lion Saturday that a Japanesa stoio
at Wain lua hnd been robbed by them
but although the officers immediate
ly repaired to tho bcune, they could
get 110 truco of tho lobbers. After
stouiVig the Knwalhapal section,
Taylor und his men, together with
Deputy Sheriff Cox and Wnialua of
ficois, went to tho Kawalloa section.
Here n man was seen lato Sunday
night Jumping fiom tho road Into a
cano field. Ilia uctlou excited suspi
cion und tho field was surrounded by
tho police and a hunt through It
made, but tho fugitive. It such he
was, managed to mnko his escupo In
tho darkness. It was learned that
at one of the upper Kawalloa camps
a Poito Illcan had beeu been, ana
somo food had been stolon during
Saturday foronoon. Cox and his of
ficers were detailed to follow this
r.lun wlilln Tnvlni nml litH liinn wntll '
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back to Halelwa, whero they had a
Jpfg Fine Job Prlntlnf at the Qui
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jan. 13. 1608
NAME OF STOCK
Z Brewer ft Co-......
Ewi PMntfttlon Co ...
Hawaiian Afttlc. Co. , .
Haw Com St Suff Co t
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
llotiomti Sugar Co ..
Hottokaa Sugar Co ...
Haiku Sutrar Co ..
U I I
J,oi nr V1
a tf.ooo !
1 15, on l(fc
1 JO.OOl ,0
4,ono otw ,0
T8 I-J,8u l-ff
Katmkii Plant at Inn Co
Llt k lull. C.i tmmr frt
Ko!oau;ar Co .
Mclir)lc Sugar Co
OaliuSurar Co. ...
Otiomna suvir f'n .
Oolcnla Stiff r pUnt Co
oiaa sugar 10 un
Otawalu Cn ..... . ..
Paaliau Sugar Planl Co
Pacific SutarMHl. ...
1'ala Plantation O ...
Pki Sugar Co,.,
Waialiia Auric Cn. ...
V!luku Sugat Co ...
Wa manatohusir Cn.
Walmca Sugar Mill Cu
Intfr-Mnt StMtn NCo
Hon R T fc !, Cu PrtI
Mutual Telephone Co
Nrthiku Rubber Co.,
Hon It. M Co:...,
lid N OS
iiaw ir 4 pc. ...
HarTr iH pc...
HawTer t pc...
Il Gov't nc...
Cat Beet Sux ik. Kel Co
.laiku ftujtar Co 6 pc
Ham Ditch Co.,
Haw Cnm Ac Sntz Co pc
Haw Sugar Co 6 nc...
Hllo kkCo Con 6 pc
Kaiiunu I'.ani tas pc
Uahu R A !.Co6pcV
Oahu Sugar Co 6pc ..
Ola Sugar Co 6pc...
Pal Plantation Co ,..,
Pioneer Mill Co 6nc ..
Walalua grfCo jpc
iururyuc a lo a o
Sug. Co., $31.50.
Latest sugar quotation 3.90 cents, or
$78 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - - 9s 10 !2d
Henry Watertiousejrust Co,,
Stock and Bond "Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON' M.natcr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
IS li 10 REST
Attended by about three hundred
members of tho Alia Hut Kulama and
of tho Knulkcaoull Society, tho re
mains of tho late Mrs. Haleukala
Hart wero taken to tho gra,vo yes
terday. Mrs. Hur died a week ago yostcr
any and her body lay In state lit the
undertaking establishment of M. K.
Sllva all day Saturday and Saturday
night. Tho body was transferred to
San Antonio hall, whero tho ritual
funeral services of tho two societies
1'ollowlug the services, tho mem
bers of tho twir societies formed and
marched ahead of the hearse, which
was followed by tho carriage of Lio
nel Hnrt, son of tho deceased.
Tho pallbearers wero V. K. Po
haku, Charlc3 Newman, J. Kalama,
John Wallace, tlcoige Folks und W.
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER
Tho Installation of ho newly elec
ted officers of tho Lcl Aloha Chapter
No. 2, Order of tho Kastern Star,
took pluco lust night in tho Masonic
Temple, following tho Installation,
tho members nnd their guests sat
down to an elaborate banquet.
Tho officeis for 1908, who nssum
cd tho ilutlca of their positions last
night, ore: Woithy Matron, Minnie
Frnteo; Worthy Patron, Alex. Pratt;
Associate Matron, Allco Pratt; cc
letury, Louise A. True; Treasurer,
Rleunor Harry; Conductress, Kato
Campbell; Associate Conductress,
Ilertha Hindu Chaplain, Mark P.
Itoblnson, P. W. P.; Mnishal, Mln
nlo Ilhoads, Adah, Sister Hnwat,
Iluth, SlBtor Sutherland; Father, Sin
ter lllaisdoll; Martha, Slst'er Neal;
Hlecta, Sister Wollhoiirnu; Wardor,
Wm. A. Wellbourno; Sentinel, Kdgur
Tho Installing officer was Mark P.
Itoblnson, P. W. P., who was nsslsted
by Murgarot Howard, P. W. M., as
Our Idea of a good wife Is ono who
holps her husband with tho house
NEW - TO-DAY
EASY RIDING, LOWEST RATES
J. A. MoLEOD,
Has a six-cylinder Snick cncall tvt
all hours and nt lowest rates. Tele
phone 715. The popular auto for
all occasions, '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. And a new
baby for your old baby carriage.
Franklin touring cars. Stkyds Stbls.
1-1 to 1-3 oft on all blankets nt
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Try a dinner this evening at the
Alexander Young Cafe.
J. Carlo cells field and opera glasses
at less than cost pi ice.
"Peaceful Valley" at the Orphciini
tonight. 25c, 35c and noe.
There Is no beer like Hnlnlor If
ou figure the pleasant effects.
The Schumnn Carriage Co, han
moved to Merchant ttrect, Kwa Fort
Paradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing, 23c at all news
stands. Kcola Ahua flics suit for ilhurco
from Anna, alleging desertion as the
giiiuml of the action.
Hoffmann Chop House open all tho
time on Hotel struct, near Kuuanu.
Excollent meals at lowest prices
Tho final accounts of Father Valen
tin, guardian of Naomi Lazarus, weru
r.pprovod by Judgo Do Holt this morn
ing. Mr. and .MrK. Amstcnd, tourists who
nro stopping at tho Monna, called on
Acting Oovernor Mott-Smlth this
John Knknu applies to the courts
for n divorce from IiIh wife, Kllzaliotli
K. L. Kakae, on the ground of aband
onment. In tho matter of J. W. Loonliardt vs.
,moy Sllva, Hawaii Ijind Co., Ltd., et
al., the Ilawuli Land Co. has lllivl an
appeal to the Supremo Court.
Dr. Wood who was dlspatchud to
Moloknl to look Into tho extent of tho
injuries that Charles A. Hurtwcll re
ceived, returned yesterday In tho Iwit
Inni. Charles A. llartwcll, son of Chief
Justice llartwell, nnd Miss 1). Hart
well were among tho Iwulant passen
gers that nnlvcd yesterday fiyn Mo
Tho Scniddo dance to ho held on the
inrhal of tho transport Sherman will
bo 11 pleasure lor tho Honolulu peo
pie as well ns the army officers on tho
Jennie Kckaiioha, tho wife of ex
road Supervisor Coorgu Kckuuolui,
wus this morning suntunced to threo
mouths in Jail mid to pay a lino of
100 nnd costs.
If your auto needs repairs, have it
attended to nt oncu at (ho von I latum
Young Oarage, Alakca street. Phono
I'llO. Up-to-dalo repairs nt reasonable
rates. Cars cared for.
The Itoynl Mall steamer Mlnwern
made the longest stay In this port of
r.ny vessel of that line. She did not
t,ct away until Into Saturday after
noon on her way to llrltlsh Colum
bia. Clms. Nlhoa Alea, n brother of Kal
po Alea In the County Clerk's oltlce.
died esterduy morning from 11 hemor
rhage at his homo at Walklkl. The
funeral will tuko place tomunow at 3
Tho petition for condemnation of
tho Waliop Btrcet extension property
Lrought by tho Supeiintcndeiit of Pub
lic Works against Wm. Maliukn and
others, has been returned Into eouit
Tho niunlhlj meeting of hu execu
tive committee of tho Oahu Yiiung
People's Union will ho held In tho Y.
M. C. A. parlors this eeulng at half
past roveu. A full attendance of mem
bers und delegates Is requested.
In tho matter of William Inlehia Kir
lain, Jr., vs. George Keknuoha, which
was defaulted lait week by tlio do-
Ytndnnt, Attorney Llghtfoot this .morn
ing moved that tho matter gi mer
until the lT.th on u motion to open tho
Judgo Itnhliisnn of tho 'Cli cult Court
expects to leave with his wife on Feb
ruary 0 for tho Coast. Ho will make
a Hying trip, returning ns soon ns pos
1 1 bio During his absence tho crim
inal work of tho court will bo handled
by Judgo Lindsay.
In tho matter of tho suit brought by
Wm, Savldgo, trusteo of tho Ilaioto
EBtnto, ct al.,t against Richard An
tone, ct al, the plaintiff has filed a rep
lication claiming that tho defendant')!
answer to tho complaint. Is uncertain, 1
evasive and In BUfllclent In law to be 1
vi.it. ,.1 (,. !
Hnwallan Tribe No. 1 of tho Im
proved Older of ltcd Men Intends to
eclebrnto Washington's birthday with
fitting ceremonies. Tho event will
bo semi-public In character. Invita
tions wl)T be Issued by tho members
whom they desire to have In attend
ance. . I
It is reported that among tho
charges which will bo made ii.ilnnt
Hoad Supcnlsor Nawaakoa of Kwa
nro those of Incurring bills on the
County'rt account at stores In tho dis
trict without authorization uud of 1
habitual drunkenness and Inattention I
to Ills duties.
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