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" ' -77-. :- BVEN1N0 BTJUXTIN, HONOLPLU. T. H SATimDAY, FED. 1, 1008. 7 :
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"An honest tale speeds best being plainly
The Hainan Sluoe is constantly
making conversions from the old belief that
a shoe must be made to order to fit properly
inerny Shoe Store
Contains only 2 1-2 p.o. alcohol.
Hudiuif s TolktArtlcles
OLIVE OIL SOAP (a very fine soap) '
SUPEEBA (violet) FACE POWDER, TALCUM POWDER,
A FULL LINE OF. HUDNUT'S PERFUMES.
Lewis & Co., Ltd., ,
109 KINO STREET. TELEPHONE 240.
5oc to $2.00
NUUAHU K.L0W HOTBL STBBHT.
Cold Storage Heats
kept in such thoroughly sanitary compartments as curs ere better
than meats frethly killed. We are in a position to supply yon with
all of your meats and guarantee you the best service.
Metropolitan M Company. Ltd,.
Two Large Hotels Close"
NEVERTHELESS you ca nbe served with the BEST !
of everything in the eating and drinking line, in a dining
room especially set aside for ladies and gentlemen, at !
SlfflTTY9 THE R0YAL ANNEX'
jiapi s u j, Merchant & Nuuanu
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
Now Lines of Ties, Belts
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes Just In
Tlrst MethodlEt Episcopal Church,
108 Ueretnnla avenue; David V.
Crane, pastor. Announcements (or
Sunday: Sunday school, y:40 a. m.,
Richard II. Trent, superintendent;
international lesson "Jesus, the Sav
ior ot the World." Morning worship
Ha. m.j preaching by the pastor;
subject, "First Lessons In Disciple
rhlp." Epworth League. 6:30 p. m.;
1. E. Tosh, president; topic for stu
dy, "Humility in Successful Serv
ice"; the meeting will bo led by Miss
Alta Morrison, being her last public
servlco beforo leaving Honolulu for
Iter now field of labor, Korea. Even
ing service, 7:30 p. m.; sermon by
the pastor; subject, "Jesus Only."
Miss Hall will sing at tlio morning
servlco "0 llest In tho Lord"; Mrs.
Hare, In the evening, "Fear Not Ye,
O Israel." Wo extend an Invitation
to nil who would worslilp, to meet
ltoman Catholic Cathedral. G a. ni.,
low mass with holy communion nnd
t'ortugucsn Instruction; 7 n. m low
mass with holy communion; 9 a. in.,
low mass with singing nnd English
ternion; 1030 a. m.. High mass with
Nntlvu instruction; 2 p. m., Hosary
nnd Katlvo instruction; 7 p. m., I'or
tugticso sermon by Right Hev. DUIion
dn Sllvn. Saint Augustine. Wnlklkl
t' a. m., low mnss with singing nnd
English sermon; 3 p. in., meeting of
tho Sodality. Hlght Itov. Ulshop da
Sllva will omclnto at tho church of
Wnlpahu In the forenoon nnd will
preach at 7 o'clock in tho evening at
tho Cathedral. During tho week
Next Friday. First Friday of tho
month. Holy Communion in tho morn
ing nnd benediction of tho Messed
Sacrament In tho evening.
The Catholic Church ot St. John
tho Ilaptlst, Kallhl-waena; In chargo
of Hev, Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Feb. 2: Feast of tho Purification or
tho M. 11. Virgin: 8:30 n. m high
mass, seimon, eoll'ctlon, Sunday
school; 4 p. m., rosary.
The Catholic Church of Our Lady
ot tho Mount, Knlulanl (Knllhl-uka),
In charge nf Hev.. Father Edmond.
Tomorrow: 9 a. in., mass, sermon,
collection; 4 p. in., Sunday Bchool.
Christian Church, A. C. McKcov
cr, pastor. 9: 40 a. m., Illblo school,
lesson John 3:1-21; C:30 p. in., Y.
P. S. C. E., subject "Tho Heal Heart
of Christian Endeavor," Col. 3:1-4;
II n. tu sermon; 7:30 p. m., sermon,
subject "Converjslon of Saul."
HONOLULU S1QGK EXCHANGE! LOCAL AND 'GENEIAI
HONOLULU, Feb. 1,1908
AMI OF STOCK
(we Mmmlcil Co ....
Hawaiian Sugir Co..,
Honorau Safer Co .
MoitofH Sugar Co ..
Kihuliu pimtalloii Co
TtlU.lh f,Ug. W
Kftlftl U?lf Co ..
Oihe Sue er Co.
Ookoti Sutr Plint Co
OUt Sueir Co Ltd
OIOWIIU Urt ,.,.
ritliau Snear Pllnt Co
ncmc buiir miii
Pill PllnllllailCt) ....
lerten SMlif Co....
Waiilua Ajrrtc Co. ...
Wrlluku Sutai Co ..
Waluite Sti.r Mill Co
HonRT I. CoPrW
Hon R T It L Co Com
Mutual Tfltphona Co
Hon lift MCo:
iiaw ler t pc
Haw Gov t i nc
Ca. CHI Suf ft Bat Cc
Htlku Sugar Co6pe
Him. Ditch Co ,
Haw Cnni A Sag Co j
HiwSagir Co ape.. .
HIIoR RCo Con (
Hnii R T ft L Co 1 p c
Katiato P.inl Co A p c
Oihufiagir Co ope..
Olaa Sugar Cot uc, .
rata PUntilkiii Co ....
PioiiMr Mill Co tc.
Wiliim lTt-Co ipc
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20 Oahu Sug. Co.,
The Oieat Western Power Com
pany Is granted a franchise to oper
ate distributing 8stema In Alameda
To purchase a vecond-hand, fi-roller
mill with crusher; capacity 15
tons of cano per hour. Must be
In good condition. Address full
particulars, make usage, II. P. nec
essary, etc. Castle llros. Wolf &
Sons, 24G Drumm St., S.in Fran
cisco, Cal. 3914 w
NEW - TO-DAY
KAPAHULU IMPH0VEMENT CLUB
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the Kapnhulu Improvement Club will
bo held In the Holllngcr Unit, Camu
McKlnley, nt 7:30 Saturday evening,
February 1st. All members and pro
perty owners In the district are urg
ently requested to be present on bus
iness of grave Importance,
Per order of tho
0913-lt VICE PHESIDENT.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co.,
Notice is hereby given that nt tho
nnnual meeting of Consolidated Soda
Water Works Company, Limited,
hold at tho ohlce of Wnde Warren
Thayer, 603 Stangonwald llulldlng,
Honolulu, on tho 31st (lay of Janu
ary, 19'08, at 3 o'clock p. in. , tho fol
lowing officers Voro elected to servo
for tho ensuing year: f
P. A. Pannelee President
H. A. Pannelee Vice President
Wade Warren Thayer .... Secretary
H. A. Pannelee Treasurer
Willard E. Brown Auditor
The foregoing also constitute tho
Hoard of Directors of the Company,
Honolulu, Jnn. 31, 190S,
WADE WAIUtEN THAYER,
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH?'
'9:45 Sunday School.
3:00 P. M. Jugendbund In the
Parsonnge. Alle vom Pastor Conflr
mlerten Bind horzllch dczu elngclad
en. CIERMAN CHURCH COMMITTEE.
SUH-lt HESSE, Secretary,
Latttt sugar quotation 375 cents, or
$75 per ton.
LONDOK BEETS, - -9slOI-2d
SUGAR, .j . 3.75
m Wateriiousa Trust Co,,
Stock end Bond Department
Memhora Honolulu, (took and Bond
'-, , Ixehinqa.
WlCHAM WILLIAMSON, Minagtl,
FORT AND, MERCHANT T..
TIL. PfllVATC BXCHAN6E 4.
Joo do Costa, on his appeal front
District Magistrate Arfilrnile. wlio
nned htm $10 and costs for profanity,
was found not guilty by n Jury beforo
Judgo Lindsay. Tho satno appellant
was equally fnrttmnto at the hands of
tho Jury in his appeal from a sentence
of ten days In Jail, with costs added,
for lie languago constituting nuis
ance. Knos Vincent defended htm.
Judge I.ludsay dismissed tho pet
Hon ir Kamaka Mokumala to bo a;
polntcd guardian of Agnes I Moku
mala, her minor grand-daughter, tho
child hnvlng exprcssod tho wish to
stay with her stepmother. C. F, Pet
erson appeared for the petitioner, and
walvod Tho oath for thu child.
The Klnau, from Hawaii and way
ports this morn lug, brought the fol
lowing cargo: 1 empty gas drum, 1
mule, 3 pigs, 3 boxes chickens, 3
In lea awa, 4 boxes celery, 4 barrels
vegetables, 9 bales gobo, 19 bugs veg
etables, 30 bags taro, 32 empty kegs,
51 bags bottles, 143 packages sundries.
' foot-Person Mrs. Smoked
MickereU Is not at home.
Creditor When will eho be ftt
, if0ot.PerotjAny tlms TAtt
The Carnegie hero commission
awarded nine silver nnd seven
bronze medals for acts of heroism,
besides $10,000 In cash to the heroes
or their dependents.
New York cotton traders havo a
rumor that Daniel J. Sully, who en
gineered a big cotton corner a few
years ugo, has again entered tho
Almost every known household
need can be filled by using a Bulle
tin Want Ad.
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.'
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Matinee at the Orphcum every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Whitney & Marsh's salo of wash
(.oods Is now In full blast.
C. M, Cooko returned from Hawaii
yesterday on the steamer Mauna Loa.
A. Enos and T. R. Robinson of Maul
camo down yesterday 011 tho steamer
Surveyor W. A. Wall was n return
ing pasFengcr In thu Mauna Loa yes
Take your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
U. S. Marshal Hendry, who returned
yesterday in the Mauna Ixja, brought
a prisoner with him.
Pretty valentines nnd very comic
ones are to bo had at Wall, Nichols
Co., Ltd., King street.
Mrs. J. K. Nahale and Mr. and Mra.
C. Nahale of Kona were arrivals lu
the Mauna Loa yesterday.
Capt. J. P. Carter of tho U. S. tug
boat Iroquois was a passenger on the
Matma Loa yesterday morning.
See what M. E. Sllva of tho Ho
nolulu Undertaking Co. hns to say
lu regard to embalming In this Issue.
Miss Poweis has the latest In
millinery nnd hair novelties. Milli
nery parlors, Iloston building, Foit
The best ohln stove-wood, dry and
well-seasoned, can bo had by calling
up the Union-Pacific Transfer Co.,
Don't miss the bargains In popu
lar bound books at Hawaiian News
Co, next week. Illg assortment nt
75 cents each.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Thero's n new shipment In of frcih
crisp National lllscult Co. goods at
J. M. Levy's, the family grocer.
king street; phone 76.
Valenciennes laces of good quality,
and brought In on the last trip of
tho Alameda, lire being sold at Yeo
Chan & Co. at 5 cents per ynrd.
A French Journal snys that Fa
ther Conrady, once located In tho
Molokni settlement, Is headed this
way again. He is now In Chicago.
The White Family Rotary (lock and
chain Btltch) Is the best sewing ma
chine In tho world. Benny ft Co,, Ltd.,
agents, 1246, Port street. Phone 48S.
You can have no better companion
fpr an evening nlorte than an L'Toro
tlgar. It has a pleasant, mellow fla
vor, and leaves no after-taste. Ask
A Japanese woman Jumped off a
moving trolley car last night with n
child in her arms. Sho was rendered
unconscious but fortunately tho child
Is not seriously Injured.
Judgo Lindsay jesterday, after a
lengthy hearing, granted tho petition
of P. F. Calasopa for the annullmont
of his marrlagu to Nonoy Calasopa,
sometimes called Lawalna.
Get iu3t'v for 1 he University Club
ball by gutttiig .vittK'lf one if our
swell Steln-llloch dress suits or Tux
edos. Everything you need at M.
Mclherny, Ltd., Fort Street.
A confession of tho pios In bar has
been filed on behalf of Marie K. Hum
phreys and Kmmollna M. Mngoon, two
defendants In thu new Afong caso. J,
Alfred Magoon Is their attorney.
There's a no-proflt sale that will
begin Saturday morning, Feb. 1st, at
Mom's. Ladles' waists, Bklrts,
Kloves, belts, cravenetto rain-coats,
ttnd children's coats, all sold at tre
Phllomena Seabury Pcrelra. execu
trix of tho will of Manool Sllvclra
Perclra, has petitioned for approval 0!
accounts and discharge. Her final ac
count shows receipts of $1226 ami
payments of $499.05
A request for further argument has
been mndo by tho SuprCmu Court In
tho'rauso of Father Valentino and Ha
waiian Trust Co., executors and trus
tees under tho will of John Ena,
against Maria K. Ena.
A rehearsal ot tho entire progrnm
for noxt Thursday evening was held
last evening by tho Symphony Society
orchostra at tho Kllohana Art Loaguo
rooms. On Tuesday evening next, a
final rehearsal will bo held.
The wlno that Is being nroduccd
In Kaupakulua, Maul, Is an excep
tionally tasty and wcll-flnvored
wine. It Is the pure grape wlno and
Is like the real old home-made ar
ticle. See tho iti. In this Issue.
No Profit Sale! Tho great attrao
Hon that begins at A. lllom'i Satur
day morning, February 1st. Shirt
waists, cravenutte coats, children's
coats, ladles skirts, glotes, belts, col
lars, etc., will bo sold at and below
The Fox Visible Typewriting Ma
chine has tho call on nil other makes
for many reasons. It has an inter
changeable carriage which permits
making lines up to 17 Inches In
length. This chango Is made In nu
instant, The tabulating attachment
and the two colored ribbons tend to
make It a capital machine for use
where there Is building to bo done.
H. Rosenberg, Wavorley llulldlng,
lelephono 171, Is sole ngont for the
If you knew all that we know about the
way Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
arc made, we couldn't sell yon any other clothes; no
body could; you wouldn't have anything else.
Every time you ice the name of Hart Schaffner &
Marx in a garment, you know that it's all-wool; that
the style is correct; that the tailoring is as good as it
can be. You know that everything about the clothes is
guaranteed to be right; and thnt means that you shall
think it right; your satisfaction guaranteed, not ours or
We'd like to get you into Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes this spring; it will b: as good a thing for you as
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
II Jit. J .1-1 IMILUi
q No ill effects when you confine JJ
4) yourself to Q
O Brown taste is unknown to the
x patrons of this brew. Jji
q Call for it at any bar. Order
O wholesale. $$
O Rnfnifir Bottling W'Itk 1VL1331
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Hawaiian Iron Fencs and Monument Works
"'XT TO YOUNO BLDO, 7.t00 KINCt STREET. VVlONK WJ.
U'lVMlm WHEN vuu caV pt
..ni I AMI CHANC26 KU
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER
WilittfaiW irt Af if. .n;a ?". tfji fttftiHi
from us fc Itm money and on esy payments, without Interest, o.
Ilb.rsl discount for cash. There Is no cash rofjlstor so aDi.luVolj
o.rtiln of results as a National. Every National le juirjntt.d a. to ,
wrerkmanehlp, durability and repairs.
W ARE SOLE AOENTR.
THE WATERH0USE COMPANY
Ladles' Waist Pattern
One of McChII's Specials
make It up at I B
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E. W, Jordan & ., Ltd.,
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