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EVENING nUU XriN, HONOLULU, T. II., Tl'nSDAY, JAN. 21, 100S.
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REPORT MADE OF
HOKOLlfLU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jau. 21. 1008
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1 f' $A 1 1
The Shoes that
never lack some
thing to catch the
fancy of men who
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What's that ? " " Why,
kept in such thoroughly sanitary
than meats freshly killed. Wc are
all of your meats and guarantee
Metropolitan Meat Company, Ltd,.
I STRATHMILL I
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LEWIS fc CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
FAMILY WINES AND LIQUORS
109 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 240
Every Day After 4 p.m.
SCOtty'S, The Royal Annex,
Cor. Merchant and Nuuanu Sts.
THAT will give
compartments as ours are better
in a position to supply you with
you the best service.
Hotel Si Store
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
of Tics, Belts
Bath Robes Just In
The an mini meeting of tlio Asso
ciated Charities wns liclil yesterday
nftcrnoon, when reports wore pre
sented liy the officers showing tlio
work which hnit been demo during
the past year nmt giving mi account
of the financial Ktnniltng of the or
ganization. The odlccra for the past
cnr wore re-elected, ns followH:
Judge Dole, picsldcnt; Canon Mack
Intoah it nil Mrs. Carl Dn Hoi, vlco
piesldculs; ifrs. J. M. Whitney, scc
letnry, nnd Gcorgo 1. Coo1;c, trena
il re r.
Secretary Mrs. Whitney reported
Riving n resume of the work done.
Bho tnnilo special mention of the
committee which had been appointed
Inst month to Investigate nnd repoit
on the causes nnd cure of pauperism.
In regard to this tlio report stntcd
"Those chosen to represent the
fourteen nillllated organizations on
Hie committee to Investigate the pau
perism of tho Territory nnd devlso
tome method of cure, nnd the socie
ties they icprescnt, nre:
"Hawaiian Women's Club, Mrs. 3.
U. Ileapy; Catholic Ladles' Aid So
ciety, l'rlnccss KawnuannUo'i; Wom
an's Hoard, Mrs. 1 V. Hliler; Lad
les' Society Central Union Church,
Mrs. W. W. Hall; Hospital Flower
Mission, Mis. (leorgo Davis; Ameri
can Itcllef Association, James A.
Itnth; Strangers' Friend Society,
Mrs. S. II. Dole; Missionary lileun
cis, Miss I'. It. Yarrow; W. C. T. V.,
Mrs. 1. C. Jones; Y. W. C. A., Mis'.
J. W. Wndninn; Y. M. C. A.. William
Henry; German Tlencvolcnt Society,
Nov. W. Felmy; Hrltlsh llcncwilent
Society, T. Cllto Dnvlcs, and Portu
guqso Itcncvolcnt Society, Consul A.
do S. Cannvnrro. Those named by
the executive committee of the Asso
ciated Charities to serve on this spe
cial commlttco are A. Gnrtlcy, W. L.
Whitney, George It. Carter. V. It.
Tranqunda, Itov. II, II. Parker, W.
W. Thnyer, Illshop Itcstnrlck, K. A.
Mott-Smlth nnd ltev. W. D. Wester
velt. "This committee will hold Its first
meeting n tho chambers of Judge
Dolo on Thursday uftornoon at li
Manager Mrs. Allco C. Jordan pre
sented n report on her worlc showing
Hint funds hud been dispensed by
her ns folfows: Associated Chailtles,
HI 3.35; Catholic Ladles' 'Aid Socie
ty, $207.80; American. Itcllef Socie
ty, $399.00; Strangers' Friend So
ciety, Jo-10.25; and special work,
$257.25; totaling J1517.G5.
Tho Treasurer submitted a report
for tho year showing that receipts
had been S3771.)u and expenditures
$3283.40. Of tho latter amount
SjyT.Cu hud reached tho poor, the
remnlndor going to pay the mana
ger's salary aim other expenses.
Dlshop- llcstarick administered
confirmation to soven Chinese nt St.
Peter's Church on Sunday morning.
Itov. Kong Yin Tct presented them.
In tho evening nt St. Andrew's Ca
thedral Illshop Itestnrlck baptized
twclvo Japanese, eleven men nnd one
woman, nil of wiiom had begn for
many months uiider careful Instruc
tion by I'. T. I'ukno, who hns charge
under tho Illshop of Trinity Mission.
During tho past six months twenty
five mombors wero added to this mis
sion. Denconcss Totter Is working
with Mr. I'ukno in preparation to ob
tain n pcrmnhont .home for this work
among' the Jnpnneso.
Hot. W. H. I'otwlno, assisted bv
Deaconess Sands and ollior helpers, Is
picpailng for baptism of a huge class
of Chinese, Koreans, etc.
Work of this kind goes on morn
ing, afternoon, nnd night nil tho
weok nt St, Kllznueth's.
JAPANESE FIREMAN HURT
On tho thltyl day out fium San Fran
Cisco, u Jnpnneso fireman on the Toyo
Klsen Knlslm steamship Nippon Maru
stumbled oor an open hatch and fell
below about thirteen feet, breaking
his thigh and Indicting sovoro bruise
on his head. Tlio Injured man's brok
en limb was set by Dr. Tcrrlll, tho
tlilp's surgeon, nnd when tho Maru ar
rived, hero, ho wns brought aslioic and
taken to tho Japanese hospliul.
FAMOUS WRITER COMING
Clla Wheoler Wilcox, who has a
national reputation as n writer, Is duo
to arrive hero this weok on either tho
llllonluu or tho Alameda. Her hus
band, Ilohort M. Wilcox, will bo wUh.
her und they will lumuln Iito prob
ably tho remainder of tlio winter Mrs.
Wilcox Is famous In tho Suites for
her newspaper editorial as well its
her poems and prose, wnl'ngs
Wounds nnd Skin Diseases cured by
"THE HOUSEHOLD SURGEON"
Druggists refund money if DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAL
ING Oil, fails. Made by PARIS
MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis, U. S.
of A: '., W ' ;
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Z Brew rr ft Co....
Run Pluitmloti Cn ...
MnwnlUn ArtIc. Co...
Ilnw Com & Sua Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Ilunomu Sugar Co,...
IvflhiiVti Plititatlnn CVi
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Klticl rinntatinn Co Ltd
Kolna -u?nr Co ...
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Oaha Supar Co,...
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lala Plantation Co ...
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Waialua Aerlc Co
t'uku ?ugnr Co ...
Walmanaln Kuirar Co.
Waiinc.i Sueur Mill Co
Inltr-Mamt St p.i m NCo
Hon HTM. Co Prcl
Hon KTft L Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Paid Un ...
Oaliu Kft LCo
Hen lift M Co
naw irr 4 iic
HawTcr 4H I' c
llau Tr4H pc
Haw Gov't t tc
Ct. BettSutfft Kcl Co
ilalku Suzar Co 6 pc
Ham D.tch Co..
Uptxr Ditch 6
Haw Com ft Sujj Co j pc
IlawSuar Co 6 pc...
HlloRkCo Con b pc
Hon RT ft L.Co6pc
Kflhuku P.ant Co 6 tic
OahuRA I. Co 6 pc..
Oahu Sugar Co 6 p c . .
Olna SuxarCo6 pc...
riiia rianiauoii lu ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 pc
Waialua terifCo tpc
Snlca Dctwcon UnanlH:
Suk. Co.. $31; 24 Kwn. $23
C Hnw. C. & S. Co., $80.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.89 cents
or $77.80 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9S 9d
SUGAR, -- 3,89
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member. Honolulu stock and Bond
WllLIAM WILLIAMSON. Maimer,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
At tho Orpheiim tonight tho second
performance of "Lend Mo Your Wife"
Is to bo Klveu, nnd tho Khllds, Hick
bicycle riders, will again appear. Tho
sumo (iroKraiu will bo on for tomorrow
ulltht and also tomorrow afternoon,
when tho first of tho Wednesday mat
inees Is to be Klcn. Tho Wednes
day matinees me lu tho nnturo of tin
experiment, hut will bo made a reg
ular feature of the season If they
provo nt all popular.
Tho net of the Kldlds will continue
until tomorrow tilKlit nnd possibly for
tho balnuco of tho week. It Is pro
nounced Rcnerally tho finest perform
mice of tho kind ever seen In Hono
lulu. Thursday nlslit a romantic drama
entitled "Under Sealed Ordcrii" will
bo played. This Is a play of unusual
character, dealing In part with Arab
Ian life on the edt;o of the Sahura
deseit. A pretty loo affair between
an Algerian maiden and u youiiK offi
cer In tho Hrltlsh recret seivlco corpj
Is one of Die principal themes of the
ctory, which Is concerned mainly with
the pursuit of a Kiench criminal by
the Ilrltisli olllcera.
lllack nnd white hclrcr calf, foui
months old, whlto hind feet nnd
whlto star In forehead. Suitable
rownul If leturned to A. J. Cump
bell, I'linuhoii nnd llerctnnlu Sts.
Honolulu Scottish Thistle Club
JAN. 25, 1908
cor. BETHEL and HOTEL
to be had from members of
the club or M. A, Qdhst & Co,
LOCAL AND fiENEKAL
Three lines of Bulletin Want Ad- (
vcrtising may adjust a big household '
Panama hati rlesned at tho Globu
Return the calf and get the rev.-nid.
Matinee nt the Orphcum every
Wcdiicsdny and Saturday.
Dinna forget the Burns' Smoker
cn Saturday nicht, Jan. 25.
The Fashion saloon Is now serving
an oxccllent dinner between 4 and C
County Trcnsurcr Trent denies the
leport that he will be a candidate
The Schumnn Carriage Co. has
moved to Merchant street, Walktkl
Three men in a boat or thirty makes
no dlrfercnco If tho craft Is built by
C. I). Walker.
Sweeping cut-price sale laco cur
tnlns three yards long 75c a pair mid
up at A. Ilium's.
Tnko our carrlago or niitomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Minify. Co., for
Tho Territorial Messenger Senlco
parcels delhery is now In full swing.
For wagon time schedule seo ud In
Iluvo you a llttlo money you would
llko to Invest safely and wUoly? Our
business Is to do It for you. Hawaiian
Trust Co., Fort street.
The Inter-Island steamer Klnnii
sailed today at noon for Hllo and Ha
waii ports. Sho carried an unusually
large passenger list nnd also consid
If your head nehes, or your slum
orb Is bail, ou need Sal Hcpatlcn, tho
best known remedy for constipation,
Indigestion, kidney nnd liver troubles.
Holllster Drug Co.
A Japanese dwelling bouse nt Mo
lllllt was destroycil by lire last Sun
day afternoon at about 2 o'clock. The
dru department wus not notified nnd
the building wns nn entire loss.
Letters received lu .yesterday's mall
fiom Fuuchal, Mtidelru, state that
moio than SU0 Immigrants nrojilready
enlisted to come to Hawaii should the
Ilnwallau planters send for them.
A clothing store on -Hotel stn-et
iieur Itlver, where a closing sale Is
being held, had to close their doors
yesterday on account of too large n
croud of Japanese customers. They
bad ndvertlsed the sale lu Hawaii
There will bo n special rehearsal of
part songs to bo sung at the forthcom
ing orchestral concert on February C,
In the Illshop hall, Oahu college, this
nfteinoon In tho1 Kllohnua Art League
looms nt l o'clock. All arc partic
ularly requested to nttenil.
Francisco CI. da Cambrn, tho Por
tuguese who was hurt by falling
down n stairway on Punchbowl last
Sunday, died at the Queen's Hospital
this morning at S o'clock ns n icsult
of his Injuries,, Ho lcaes u wife,
who is nt present ill nt tho .Maul
Thompson & demons for plaintiff
have filed a replication to the answer
of A. J. Lopez in tho suit of William
Savldge, trustco of the estate of Man
uel Ilarete, deceased, against Itlchurd
Antouu and others. Plaintiff, It Is bet
forth, will provo his complaint to bo
true, certain nnd Hiifflcleut In law, and
tho answer of defendant Lopez to bo
uncertain. cvufIvo und lu sulllclent In
law to be replied unto.
CECIL BROWN SUES
THE KINGJF LANAi
Kvcn kings do sometimes bnvo
troubles. Cecil llrown hns tiled a
suit In assumpsit against Chns. (lay,
the King of Lannl, for tho sum of
$:!000, miming tho Wnterhouso Trust
Company us garnishee, 'i ho com-1
plaint alleges that the amount Is duo
on u promissory noto made by Guy
In favor of llrown April 9, 1U0I, and
duo Dec. 31, 1901, with Interest nt
8 per' cent. It Is shown that al
though demand hns been made noth
ing has been paid except Interest up
to Dec. 31, 1901. 'ine garnishee, the
complainant sas, has In Its hands
goods and effects belonging to (lay,
nnd Is his agent, attorney, trustco or
debtor. Prayer is made for Judg
ment In the Bum of 1201)0 with Inter
est and attorney's commissions,
FOR JACK'S ROAD
Ton more prisoners from Oahu
jail wero sent up' this morning by
High Sheriff Ilertry on tho. Klnnu to
the Volcano to assist in the work of
instructing tho now automobllo
mail to the crater.
This will mako ID men at wcvk on
tho road. Twenty wero sent up In
tho first Instance, but ono of them
wns brought back on account of
i sickness, The sending of tho ten nd-
ultlnnal is lu order to expedite tho
wnlt, Tho men left lrero Ifl ehnrgo
tt Jailor Mabio of Hllo.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a compltte lummary, of
the ncva of the day.
IN BUYING CLOTHES
OR ANYTHING ELSE
JT'S A GOOD THING- TO KNOW exactly what you arc
getting; the ignor.uicc of the buyer is often a source
of great profit to some merchants. When you see a
label in a garment, you're at once in possession of all the
knowledge you need; it tells you everything; we don't need
to say a word.
You know it's nil-wool, nil light In
style nnd tailoring, nnd we'll guar-
untee n lit
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
ft "J ""5 0 N N tfs OS S
"A thr'penny go o' stout
nn' bitter wi' th chill of!"
There's always n chill on
nnd it's better for it.
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