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EVENING nUUMIN, HONOLULU, T. H. HllDAY, Fnn. 7. 1008,
"An honest tale speeds best being plainly
IV "Ma.Tnifx.vv. tSJThifniies c rniKtantlv
making conversions from the old belief that ;
a shoe must be made to order to fit properly
Mclnerny Shoe Store
gent Expretset Appreciation of Ef
flclent Work Done By Col-
Mill Pll IIH IIWHMIBgJJTWB3
acstr c irtTrrarzraaRrrry. rryr.'rtn
' PBIMO BEER contains 2 1-2 of Alcohol just
enough to give it the right stimulative value. It is a food,
not an intoxicant. The man who drinks Beer drinks it
because he needs it. The best Beer is
Hudnut's Toilet Articles
, PL1VE OIL SOAP (a very fine soap)
SUPERBA (violet) FADE POWDER, TALCUM POWDER,
A FULL LINE OF HUDNUI'S PERFUMES.
i : ievvis & Co., Ltd., '
.- . HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM
ICO KINO' STREET. TELEPHONE 240.
l".tf -f"Tf '' "" " . i i - J
WITH A BIG STOCK OF
NUUAIIU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
r ViJ.TS.S- --LUrS !T!VH2
MOKB) HAMS and BACON
Sweet and Tender
Metropolitan Meat Company. Ltd,,
1 wo Large
NEVERTHELESS you ca nbc served with the BEST
of everything in the eating and drinking line, In a dining
room especially bet aside for ladies pnd gentlemen, at
THE ROYAL ANNEX,
Merchant & Nuuanu
'imairTf'ff"1 ' J "" ' ' ''"''' "' 'rrr"r- 'megimsuu ui-BrrnTB
OPP. YOUNQ HOTEL.
IvTow Lines of Ties, Belts
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes-- Jnst In
ltcvenue Agent Thomas, who nr
rlvoil tm tin1 Mongolia, la busy chock
ing up tho local revenue uinco pie
imralory to turning It over to Col
lector Drake. The transfer will ha
made next Sunday.
Mr, Thomas cxpiesscs Ills appre
elation of tho work done by Mr.
Drnko und his assistants. Tho recent
raid on the Illicit still up Nutmiiu
valley he looks upon us n big thing,
nnd says Hint It would bo lilg oven
lor the States. He rcgicts that ho
was not hero to participate In lb?
DID THE BEST HE COULD
'Please, sir," said tho beggar,
' would vim give n poor old man u few
"Seo here," rejoined the person ac-
to-ted, "didn't I give sou n dlmo three
"I believe jou did, sir," replied tho
beggar, "but, do tho best I can, I nnd
It Impossible to keep my expenses be
low 3 13 cents n day and jour dime
Is all gone, Blr."
Horses nro ciicap In South Morocco
Keccml) one was sold In Mogado by
ruction for b pesetas Tho animal
will lined to turn n grinding Mono
In n mill.
NEW - TO-DAY
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb. 7. 1908
NM, OF- STOC
CBrcvrr& Co. ......... .
Rwa fantatlon Co ..
Itauailan .telle. Co
Haw (Vim AtSuffCo .
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Itonotmi "Mirar Co .
llonokaa Sujrar Co .
Iliiku SuijarCn ...A,
Kahiiku PUfttitlnn C.
Kllitl Pli Inl'o'i Co I tit
Oaliuuear Co ....
Oinmpi Suear Co ....
Oolola Sugar Plant Cn
u aa. sugar I.U i.w .
0,ov a'u Co
t'aalia'j Sugar I'tant Co
I'al.i rlaniallwi Cn ,
Prltvtkeo Snear Co.
Watalua Agrlc Co...
Wt!uVu Stigll Co ,
Walm-R Sugar Mill Co
Intrrltani1 Ste-int N Co
Hawaiian hlrctik Co
lion H T Jt I. Co Prcl
Miiltiil Telcnticmt Co
Mink J Rubber Co.,
Paul Up ...
No. 12G. TKUIUTOKY OF HAWAII
COURT OK LAND KKOISTItATION.
T1.KHITOUY OK HAWAII TO Z. K.
ZAIIIiAN; II. II. ZAHLAN, C'lll'
SAI; HATTIH K. VIVICIIAV
lkS; J. II. SC1INACK, W. O
SMITH, TUITSTI.:; SUSAN NYU;
lUINUY NYU, MItS. IIAUHY
AV1M; All CIIUCIC, SAM
DIOIIT; LUKA; U. KKAI.OHA,
HUlItS OP NAIIOI-OWAA; IIU1US
OK IIOA; SAMUUL KAIIOI.OICA
I.ANI l'UA; WlI.VilAM K. l'L'A;
Mrs. M1HIA.M l.USTKU KAMA1.1,
TUltlllTOUY of HAWAII by C. U.
1IUMUNWAY as Attorney CScncral
and by .JAM US W. I'JIATT as Com
' mltsltnifr oC l'ulillo Lands; COUN
TY u( dAHU bV ClIAlll.US Hl'S
TACU Jr. urf Chuli man of the
Hoard lot Supcrvlsois; uud to Al,l
whom It may coucern:
Wlicicas, a iictltlon has been pic-i-etitcil
to said Court by JOHN VIVI
CHAVUS to register and tonllriu his
title In the following-described land:
llegliinng at an lion jilpo on the
Uastern boundaiy of 1.. C. A. SC2U
to J. Kneo Joining U. C. A. 21 F.I.. Jo
Kaanaana; frpm which point the fol
lowing Trfg. "Stations bear, by truo
azimuths and illstnnres: Punch
bowl, 302" lp., 67.1.1. 1 Jeet; und Ka
laepolinl.il. 18S r4', 33r.3 feet; mid
iiinnlng, by truo azImutliB:
(1) 14S" 20'. 13.5 feet, along L.
C. A. 24 V.U;
(2) 230" 10', 78.3 feet, along
(3) 152" 21', 30J.A feet, along
Mnliele 1 ;
(4) fir 10', 173.5 reel, along
(Irani 20C5 and I,. C. A. G40. to
corner of fonco;
(5) 3.2' 30', 114.8 feet, along
fenco and remainder of U. C. A.
G05, Apana 3;
(GJ 57" 10'. 112.8 feet, along
(7) 327 30. 4.1 feet, along sam.p;
(8) CI 45', 30.8 feet, along same;
(9) 328" 3.V. 105. feet, along
fenco and l C. A. 110.1 to IMht
llllll; (10) 210" 20', 25.8 feet, along
Ml) 145" 00', 3.G feot nlong fenco
along I,. C. A. 2107, Apana 1, to
(12) 213" 10', 117.3 feet, along
samo and land told by 1). W. l'ua
to J. Spencer;
(13) 32S" 00', 103. feet, along
feme and land Fold to Spent ei:
(14) 231 00', 88.1 feet, along L.
C. A. 24 K.I,, to Kannnnna, In
tho Initial point; Containing nn
area of 1.G15 Acies, being poitlous
of Ii. C. Awards 8520 to J. Kaco;
COS Apana 3, to Kalimantan; and
13G2 to Noholowna; at Knliawall.
fKnpalama, Honolulu, Oahti.
You are hereby cited to appear at
tho Court of I,an! Registration, to
bo li61d at Honolulu, Island n( Oahu,
on tho 9th day or March, A. I). 1908,
nt ono o'clock and thirty minutes In
tho afternoon, to show cause. If any
Mm have, why tho prayer of said pe
tition Bhould not be granted. And
unlcsH )ou appear at said Court at
tho tlmn end placo aforesaid your de
fault will bo recorded, nnd tho said
petition will bo taken ns confessed.
nnd you will bo forever bailed from
contesting said petition or any do
crci1 entcicd thereon.
Witness, l'HIMI' I,, WKAVUIl, Us-
quire, Jmlgo of said Court, this 4th
ilny of Feb , In tho year nineteen
bundled ami eight.
Attest with Seal of said Court.
W. I.. IIOWAHI),
3919 Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28.
Oalm K At. Co.. ,
I Mo R Co
llotiU ft MCo
law I ci 4 i c .,
Haw rcr i pc
Haw rer4H pc
Haw C,o'l a tic. ...
Ci. lit:! hug & Kil Co
laiku sucarro6 DC
Hani D.lch Co ,
Ui4r Ditch 6a
Haw Conulc Sur Co s
IMjRKCo Coil o pc
Hon RTft L Co Ope
KnnuKU . am 1.0 D 1, c
O Jliu K &. L. Co 6 II c
f) ilui sucar Co 5 pc .
dial -ujiar loo id
Pala Plantation Co ..
Pioneer Mill Co 6 11 c . .
Walalul XRrli'Co jpc
t nor, oor
1 (no on
t nun on
I -0, Aw
II I 1
11 J 8
81 1 a
Latest tunar quotation 375 cents, or
$75 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9s II 1-4(1
SUGAR, - 3,75
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Sto.k and Bond Department
Member! Honolulu Stock and Coni
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Manner,
t-'CRT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TElTT PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
BA5FD ON FACT
Ficd CliureU melvcd n letter
fioiii Jack IjjihJoii i tho labt mall
In which Jack told him tjial tho story
liabeil on Cliiiuh cartjlng Louis
Ilond'a revolver In the Klondike hail
peen pui chased bj tha Coniury. The
story, Cliunh his. nppears In the
nnuary Centurj Church sas tho
ttijry Is trim In nil details except that
tn which be under the name of
Churchill Is ropi ekented ns having
Killed two men Tho character "llon-
dell" Is Louis llond, u former Yule
man with whom Church was ao-
clated. The dog of London's "Call
of the Wild" was lloud's dog
t This latent story wns written while
London was In Honolulu nnd was the
outcome of tiftei -dinner tnlks of tho
Klondike that Church nnd Uindon
enjoyed at tho Seaside
LOCAL AND fiENEKAl.
No housekeeper can afford to do ,
without Bulletin Want Ads. at One
Cent a Word. ,
Take jour carriage or automobile '
to Hawaiian Carriage Manf). Co. for1
up to date repairs. I
Unlon-I'nclflc Transfer Co., I'liune 38
Dig suppl) of ohln and nlgaioba wood,
dry" iitul seasoned. Deliveries prompt
Coat our Iron roofa with "Arabic"
You vlll be surprised nt Its eoillni
and preservntlvo properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Theio Is no uso waiting for the time
to come to orijer n now lint; the time
Is here und tho hut Is at Mrs. Dunn's
tliop In the Hnnlson block.
Tho White Family ltotary (lock and
chnlu stitch) Is the best sowing ma
chine in the world. Ilenny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GG, Fort stiect l'honu 488.
Tho Kaiiu liaim ha Alumni Associa
tion will hold a meeting this evening
nt 7:30 o'clock at the club house on
Fort street. Mattel s of gicnt Import
ance will be discussed
The body of the late JameB A. Low,
formerly of Honolulu, who died recent
ly In Vladivostok, Is expected to nr
rlo In the Korea today The fiineinl
exercises will be held at the Masonic
Temple nt 3 p. in Sunday, under the
auspices of Hawaiian Lodge The
body will be cremated.
Performances of "Tho Oreat Con-
bplrncy" are to be given nt tho Or
pheiini tonight, tomonow night and
tomorrow af.u noon. On Monday
night tho first perforiuanco of "Tho
Squaw Jinn" U to bo given and pres
ent Indications aro that the banner
bouse of the icisoil will greet tho
first production hero of thin famous
piny. "The Squaw Mnn" was written
for William Fuort.hum, tho celebrat
ed Unglish actor, by Kdwln Milton
Hoyle, author of Friends," nnd sev
eral other gieat su!cc&ses. It has
been tho talk ot Hie United States for
tho past two tears and Is now liming
Its first piuiliistlm In London, wlicro
It has been uclu Intoned "Thu White
Mnn." Manager Cooloy regards tho
play ns one ot the finest bo has over
appeared in. and Is confident that tho
people, of this (it will bo thoioiighl)
pleased with hit pioductlon of It The
play deals with a jouug Ilostonlaii
who conies West, ungages In tho cat-
mo iiitHint'Hs ntui man lea an Indian
Much Intoiest bin been photvn I i
tho coming pm 'notion n'ld the '
hliould be big liuuxis at uacli poifium
"Mr. Studdlnot," mid tho piofcs
sor In tho geometiy clasj, "please ex
plain how two parallel tines can
meet In Infinity "
"Well, If an Infinity It. an thing
like an affinity," ropllcd the jouth
who gatheied must of Ills Informa
tion fioni the papcis, "It might
lause them to wacr from their
ttrnlght and mil low path." Kansas
, (Continued from Pace 1)
concietu bridge tu replace a wooden
ono is deductible as a replacement
only up to the cost of a new brl Igc
like thu old ono.
Additional machlncrj Installed In a
Migar mill Is a betterment notwith
standing tho fact that It Is necessar
to keep the plantation up to Its former
Necessary expenses of a business
nro deductible during tho year in
vhlcli they nro Incurred; amounts ex
ponded In the production of movable
propirty are chargeable, ogaJtiBt tho
lales of that pioperty Irrespectlte of
the year In which the amount wns ex
pended. The two cases In which Judgment Is
K adored for the first time nre the np
'a!s of Iho Laiipahoebon Sugai Com
pany and of the Union Mill Company
In Iho first cat,o the deduction clniiued
mil admitted amounts to $33,151 20
This Is In exciM3 not onlv of the to
return but of the offer iflade before
the Tax Appeal Court, nnd Is allowed
as To such excess only upon tho e
press consent of tho Attorney (ten
eral nppearlng' for tho Tax Assessor.
The decision Is ret ci sed and the do
'action of (33,151.20 allowed, making
the anHcssiiHiit 88.111.09
In the cuho ot tho Union Mill Com
pau, thu I eduction claimed mid ad
milled by Mm Tn Assessor Is $1 000
Tlio decision Is reversed and the tie
diictlou allowed, making the assess
(Continued from I'ace 1)
diversion higher uli will bdiortly.be
entered In this city, but no steps iirj
being taken In the courts by Mc
Iirjde, or me lontcinplated, directly
affecting the diversion of water still
taking place at tho upper or mauka
When questioned In regurtl to the
Flttiatlon as It was at present, Kin
ney inld that ho undcistood that Ko
loa was still on guard night and day,
whllo Mcllrydo was non-committal as
t iils Intentions Thu suits lcferrcd
to above, he said, would be biought
in a few da s.
Flank Thompson, the nttorney for
the Koloi plantation, nirlved this
morning from Kauai, where he has
visited the scene of the dispute.
"I in rived thero on Wednesday
moi nlng," said Thompson, "and then
rvcrj thing was quiet. The Koloa
people hud men guarding the two
dams, ono of which is far mauka and
tho other close to the Koloa mill.
Iloth nie on the lands of tho Koloa
plantation, nnd they nro being guard
ed only to keep tho Mcllrydo people
from dcstrojlng them. Thero luivo
nover nt any time been any three
hundred men m- any such number at
tho dams. At present Koloa has only
ibout fourteen men on guard, and
Mcllrvdo nn'ue nt nil.
'I understand that tho Mcllryde
Sugar Co. Is going to bring suit, und
that U the best thing to do In order
that tho thing may bo settled by 'ho
mints. T'lere will bo no further
denienstintlons, I feel uiro, und
thorn have never been any personal
niibaults or any tumble, of that char
acter. Tho wholo thing Is a watei
ilght dispute, In wlilih old men arc
acting an childieu never should."
If you Knew all that we know about the
way Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
are made, wc couldn't sjll you any other clothes; no
body could j you wouldn't have anything else.
Every time you see the name of Hart Schaffner &
Marx in a garment, yoj know that it's all-wool; that
the style is correct; that the tailoring is as tfood as it
can be. You know that everything about the clothes is
guaranteed to bo right; and that means that you shall
think it right; your satisfaction guaranteed, not ours or
We'd like to get you into Hart Schaffner & Mane
clothe, this spring; it will lo as good a thing for you as
m y-l a- - -. -a t
ElKs' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
c JBK iSPv Jt 4a, 2 OK K JSK T aF 4-K i 4x ,as if. .4a. ask. 4av 49. affkh .faa, ",
VP - at Sat V a Vl Sa sa VaT y Vo Vtf v s w y ya mo a J
'Should nuld acquaintance be forgot"
nl home: dinna forget it down here.
Call for it at the bar.
Rainier Bottling W'ks Tel. 1331
45 tf V ?N 0 4J C 45S f &, f 4S 4 A 4 4p 4JV JTS S 4( tt 4C 4tS O
5 Vd M VlT 'VS 'Var Ve V - St g 9 a v Sa va W Va v. & -aaV ,ja
s :: iEE i4Xca-j tSSWftaHi
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDO., 76-190 KINO STREET.
WHY TAKE CHANCES ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAN OPT A
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER
from ua fo let. money and on easy paymenti, wlthcut Intcreat, oi
liberal r;scount for cash. Thero It no cash reQliter to abtolutol
certain of rcsulU at a National. Eve-y National It guaranteed at to
workmanship, durability and repairs.
WE ARE SOLE A3ENTS,
THE WATERHOUSE COMPANY
Ladles' Waist Pattern
One of AlcCnll's Specials
In Ncnuaj and Sweden :!U purMins
out of uveiy thousand llvo by keafiir
lug. The uuxt best aveiago in this
paitleular Is in l!uglnn, where theio
mo I'i In every thousand.
Klcg.uit oak extension dining talib,
grinl as now, for sale cheap at
Union I'.ulllc Transfer Co.
Island riding pony, S2f. Apply Sl!8 i
Tic.isury Win rant No, 31, Issued by
tho Auditing Department August
tilth, 11107, for S.I.Olf, In favor of
Uulletlu I'liblishlng Co , and charg
ed to tho iippiopilatlou "Kxpciibcs
' Tax Commission." Hetiun to Uul
letlu ollltu. 3'Jl'J-lt
Kir l-S i!aiav rsji Ji.
Also materials to make it up at
E. W, Jordan & Co., Ltd.,
mmm tin ii tiitfr?! u) y i -u- "l--.- -v .. ,. .. .; Maimu iMmtmMwi