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EVENING BULUtTIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., SATTJnDAT, JAN. 25, 1908.
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HONOLULU, Jan. 25.1908
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Central Union Church, Doremus
Scudder, minister. The second ad
dress In the "Old Testument Topics"
series will be given tomorrow. Ser
vices for the day will he as follows:
Illble school, Clifton II. Tracy, sup
erintendent, with classes for nil ages
nt 9:45 a. m. Morning worship nt
11 o'clock; the- minister will preach;
subject "Old Testament Topics, 11 Ko
vclnton." Choir and chorus, Stan
ley Livingston, conductor, will sing
Mo7art's "Savior, Source of livery
l)less!ng" and lead the congregation;
solo by Mrs. Mncknll, lurch's "O Kor
a Closer Walk With God." The Chris
tian Endeavor Society will meet nt
C:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30
o'clock; sermon by the minister; sub
ject "Korgot It." Choir, chorus and
congregational Ringing; Mrs. Weight
nnd the chorus will sing Kevin's "Je
bus, My Savior." A cordial Invita
tion Is hereby extended to strangers,
teamen, travelers, visiting friends,
and the public generally to attend
nil these services.
I'lrst Methodist Episcopal Church,
408 lleretanln avenue; David W
Urnnc, pastor. Announcements for
Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.;
lllcliard II. Trent, superintendent;
International lesson, subject "Jesus
Cleansing tho Temple." Morning
worship, 11 a. m.; preaching by the
pastor; subject "Tho Enlarging
Life," Epwoith League, 6:30 p. in.;
I'. E. Tosh, president; topic for study
"Tho Planting nnd the Training of
the Church In Foreign Fields." Tho
meeting will be led by Win. Knott.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.; sermon
by the pastor; subject "Wanted A
Man." Miss Hall will lead In the
singing. Tho public Is cordlaly In
vited to meet and worship.
Honinn Catholic Church, Our Lady
of Peace. I a. m., low mass with
Holy Communion and Porttrgueso In
stnictloii; 7 n. in., low mass with Holy
Communion; 9 a. m low mass with
singing and English sermon by Hev.
F. Ulrlch; 10:30, high mass with Na
tlvo Instruction; 2 p. m., Rosary and
Native instruction; 7 p. m., Portuguese
sermon by Rev. F. Reginald followed
by the benediction of the blessed sac
rnment. Right Reverend Bishop da
Silva will oinclato In the church of
Walalua nnd preach for tho Portu
The Catholic Church of St. John
tho Uaptlst, Kullhlwaenn; In charge
of Row Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Jan. i 26th: 8:30 a. m., high mass,
sermon, collection, Sunday school; 4
p. tn., Rosary.
THe Catholic Church of Our Lady
of tliu Mount, Kalulant (Kallbl-uka),
In charge of Rev. Father Edniond:
Tomorrow, Jan. 2Cth: 9 a, m., mass,
sermon, collection; 4 p. m., Sunday,
The Cnthollc Church of the Sacred
Heait, Marquesvllle (Punnhou); In
chnrge of Rev. Fnthcr Clement. To
morrow, Jan. 2Cth: 11 a. m., high
mass, sermon, Collection, Sunday
school; 3 p. m., Rosary.
Saint Augustine Chapel, Wnlklkl
9 a. m., low mass with singing and
Christian Church, A. C. McKeov
er, pastor. 9:45 Illble school; C:30,
Y. P. S C. E.; 11 a. in., bermon, sub
ject "Peter Delivered"; 7:30, ser
mon, subject "Conversion of Saul of
Tarsus." All nre wolcomo.
Attorney Frost nnd Artist'' Springe
relate dotalls of thrilling oncounter
.NAMB OF STOd
CBlrwrr Co .
Ra Plantation Co .,
Hawaiian Auric. Co.,
Iliw Com It Sug Co
Ilonomu Sugar Co .
Haiku Surar Co
Kihuku Plantation Co
Klhtl Plantation -o up
Koloa Surar Co ..,
Oahu Sugar Co
unomea bugar w ....
OoVola Sugar Plant Co
uiaa sugar .o iau
raatiau Sugar Dim Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ,
rala Plantation Co ....
Pntcclten Sugar Co....
Pioneer Mill Co ,
Waialua Agrlc Co
Wflluku Sugar Co ...
Welmea Sugar Mill Co
Inler-lilinn' Steam N Co
Hon RT & I. Co Cora
Mutual Telephone Co
NihlkJ Rubber Co.,
Nahiku Rubber Co.
lion B ft M Co
Haw Ter .pc (Fire CI
law icr 4 pc ..
HiwTcr tl pc.?,
Maw Gov't PC...
Ca. Feet Sug & Rel Col
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Kim. Ditch Co ,
Utr uucli 6a
5 000 000
Hw Sugar Co 0 p c.
HiloRKCo Con 6 pc
lion IT ft L Co 6 lie
Kanuaa r.am 1,0 ope
Olhu K & L Co 6 p c'.
Oahu Sugar Co 6pc ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c.
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 DC.
Walalua grl- Co j p c
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91 1 1
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Sales Between Boards: 40 Hon. D.
& M. Co., $22.76; 20 Ea. $24.75. Ses.
slon: 25 Haw. Sug. Co., $31.
Latest sufjar quotation 3.77 cents or
$75.40 per ton.
LL'i ' 5
Two Large Hotels Closed
NEVERTHELESS you ca nbc served with the BEST
of everything in the eating and drinking line, in a dining
room especially set aside for ladies and gentlemen, at
Cf ATTV'e THE ROYAL ANNEX,
JAJ 1 I I J, Merchant & Nuuanu
LONDON BEETS,--9s 10 l-2d
SUGAR, - 3,77
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Members Honolulu Stock apd end
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MEBCHArlT 8T.
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Hotel St. Store
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
New Lines of Ties, Belts &,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes--Just In
It was certainly a'good mossenger
who brought tho news to your house
that Ayer's Sarsaparllla makes tho
blood "rich and red." This means
10 much to those who aro thin, pale,
feeble, weak, and nervous. After
Ayer's Sarsaparllla has cured you,
carry tho glad message to a friend or
Perhaps you suffer from the effects
of a warm climate. Prolonged warm
weather seriously impairs tho strength
ot many people. The digestion Is
slow, and tho liter becomes sluggish.
Impurities In tho blood aconmulato
and causo that Ice ling 01 ddwnuoartcd
iioss and depression,
!i of tho greatest wo In such cases.
Its purifying, strengthening, nud up
building priipoitini will bo of lncstl
niablo value t j.r.i,
A-t voir hi 1 ' ' r'iSirst
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Democrats Getting Ready
The Democratic Central Committee
hold a meeting last night at which
Edward Inghnm was elected chairman
to succeed W. A. Kinney. All tho
members of the comniltteo who were
members ot tho police department, re
signed with the exception ot Sheriff
Resignations wero presented by I).
L. Kahalcaahu, ot tho Ninth Precinct
of the Fourth District; V. W. Weed, of
tho Fourth District, and John K. I'rcn
tlcrgast of tho Fifth district.
Tho vacancies created by these
resignations woro Ailed by tho selec
ttoa of J. J. Fern to succeed D. U Iva-
halcnahu; John D. Holt Jr., to succeed
D. D. Kahalcpmina, Jamos A. Auld to
succeed V. W. Weed, and H. J. Moss
man to succeed John K. I'rcndcrgast.
E. II. McClanahan having reruoed
from tho Territory his placo on the
commltteo was filled by tho election
of W. II. McClcllan.
On motion by John Emmcluth n
resolution was adopted congratulating
tho Democrats of Maul, Molokal and
Lanal on tholr action tn calling a con
vention nt WalVuku for January 20 In
order that they might re-establish
their organization which thoy had lost
In 1300 by fusing with tho Homo Rul
ers. This convention was authorized
to select twclvo membors of tho Ter
ritorial Central Commltteo.
It was suggested that a call for tho
primaries prcceedlng tho convention
In May for tho election ot dolegatcs
to the National Convention In Denver,
be sent out soon. PlanB wero also
discussed for tho organization of tho
party on Kauai.
Tho chair appointed John Emmc
luth, Frank Harvey, Charles L.
nhodes, J. J. Fern and II. J. Mossman
as a commltto to rovjso tho rules in
regard to primary elections.
A member of tho German Helch
Btag blames Roosevelt's "threats"
against Trusts as responsible for fin
Old Sores Cured by
"THE HOUSEHOLD SURdEON"
Druggists refund money if DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAL--ING
OH, faHt.- Made uy PARIS
MEDICINE CO, Saint Louis, U. 3,
LOCAL AND IENERAL
Let Bulletin Want Advertising pre
vent vacancies at table in YOUR
Long black sill gloves at lllom's.
Panama hats cleaned at the Qtobe.
Dick DaWs has returned to Wal
luku. M. 8. Clrlnbaum went to Maul In the
Claudlne last night.
Matinee at the Orpheum every
Wednesday and Saturday.
A sure cure for the grippe a ride
in Qulnn's auto. Phone 290.
Burns' Anniversary Smoker on Sat.
Eve.. Jan. 25. Tickets. $1.00.
Tho gou-rnment band will glvo n
matinee concert at Aala Park tomorrow.
Char Soon was arrested yesterday
as n vagrant, and Jou LI inns for gnm
Tho Fashion Saloon Is now serving
an excellent dinner betwsen 4 and C
MtB. Capt. Svendson has docldcd to
leave by tho Alameda Instead of tho
Mixed drinks bound to tlcklo tho
most Jaded palates, a specialty at thn
The Schuman Carriage Co. has
moved to Merchant street, Walklkl
William McKlnley Lodge No. 8, K.
of P., will meet In K. of V. hall nt 7:30
A lot ot coral stono-aud other build
Ing material Is offered for sale. Sue
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
Every lady knows Miss Powers has
beautiful millinery at bcr parlors, Hus
ton building. Fort sLrect.
Hoffmann Chop House open all tho
time on Hotel strent, near Nuuanu.
Excellent meals at lowest prices.
Under tho hotel closing, tho bar and
baths ot tho Moana will remain open
but the Hawaiian will bo closo en
If jou aro fond of golf and whether
you aro an adept or n novice you will
have a better chanco to practice on
the Halclwa links than anynhero olso
You will find more satisfaction In n
case of the aerated watcrB sold by tho
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co.,
than any other. Ring up telephone
Kaloa Kalanl has sued V. M. Ka
laul, her husband, for divorce. She
says they were married In 18S7, and
havo been living apart for tho past
If the cost ot champagne Is too
much for your purso go to Benson,
Smith' & Co., Ltd., corner Hotol and
Fort street, and got a bottlo of Duffy's
Pure Applo Cider.
New lino of basketry from Microne
sia. Hawaii ft South Seas Curio Co.,
Alexander Young building. Fans,
loulu and lauhala hats, fresh bamboo,
inats, now tapas.
You will not flnrl nnv bettor drink
for moro refreshing nt any tlmo than
Duffy's Pure Apple Cldor that Is sold
by Ilcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd., at tho
corner of Hotel and Fort street.
Tncro Is nothing so refreshing, no
tonic so good for building up a tli ut
tered system and ".o bevcrago so pal
atcable to luu t.r - bread winner as
a glass of rainier beer. At all bars.
Special this week at Sachs. Ladles'
drcBs goods and hosiery, and chil
dren's shirts and waists. Tablo cov
ers, mercerized whlto goods and mer
cerized napkins. Sco window display.
Young men who vnluo their porsonal
appearance should never wear shabby
shoes.. Our Immense stock of men's
shoes was novcr so completo and up-to-dato
as now. Manufacturers Shoo
Co., Fort Btreet.
Tho Chinese Consulate ot this city
has a new addition In tho "person or
Leung PI Chuan, ot Canton. Ho Is
a relative ot a former Chlncso Min
ister at Washington, nnd was a sec
retary of tho Legation thoro for sov
Arthur Ng Ahln was convicted of
burglary In tho first degrco beforo
Judgo Lindsay, who sentenced him tn
be Imprisoned nt hard labor for flvo
years. Tho trial was begun and end
ed yesterday, making a record df threo
convictions In threo successive days
Judgo Do Bolt confirmed tho sale
of real estato at auction by Armln
Haneberg, administrator ot tho estato
of L. Ahlo, A lot at Paalaakal, Wala
lua, was sold to William Williamson,
trustee, for $240, and a piece ot rlco
land at Walplo, Ewa, to C. A. Drown
An action In assumpsit was brought
leuterday by D. M. Campbell against
Iluckland's Business Bureau, Ltd., for
bomethlng like $1286. It Is a claim for
moneys advanced by Honry Water
houso Trust Co., Ltd., asalgnod to
plaintiff. E. M. Watson l tho attor
ney bringing tho sutt.'-
Detectlvos Leal and Taylor return
ed last' night from an unsuccessful
hunt after tho escaped Porto Illcan
prisoners. They scoured tho gulchos
nt Pupukca and Walmea, but al
though they found signs which would
teem to Indicate that the men had
beon In that neighborhood they were
not able'to locuto them.
At a special meeting of the Ha
waiian liar Association hold yester
day nfternoon for tho purpose n
committee consisting of Antonio Por
ry, A. L C. Atkinson and Frank
Thompson was appotntod to draft ap
propriate resolutions In honor ot tho
Imomory of Judge William Austin
I Whiting, who died recently.
THE SWELLEST EVENT
Society looks forward to the
University Club ball, on Feb. 7th.
No other function draws together
so many elegantly dressed women
and well groomed men. If you are
to attend, a HART, SCHAFFNER &
MARX suit of evening clothes will
be necessary to your correct appear
ance! We have the latest in even
ing suits, and the best there is in
dress shirts, collars, ties and cuffs.
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
ill effeots when you confine
Brown taste is unknown to
, patrons of this brew.
Call for it at any bar. Order
Rainier Bottling W'ks Tel. 1331
Hawaiian iron Fenc; and Monument Works
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workmanship, durability and repairs.
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One of McCill's Specials
Also materials to make It up at
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