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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 26, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENINO U'JMXTIN, HONOLUL.D, T. II., WEDNESDAY, mi) 20, 1908
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HONOLULU STOCK EXGKAH6E
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I "An noncsi taie speeas i
best being plainly told." I
The Haiaan Slioe is constantly I
making conversions from the old belief that I
a shoe must be made to order to fit properly
Mclnerny Shoe Store !
made not only Bread from their first crop of wheat, but
Beer as well. Every o..c of them drank Kalt Beer as a
matter of course.
They were hardy, Ood fearing: men; they made no
laws against individual privileges, and exploited no "Cock
tail Sumiers" in their Yellow Journals; and they were bet
ter off for it.
IT IS YOUR PRIVILEGE to drink a better Bs;r than
ever they had; it's a B:vcnfge, a Food, and a Tonic; and it's
Y Altai of tho Yokohama Sp"cle
flank lias tailed a meeting to be held
at hh home tonight to dbcuso and nr
rango for the reception- nml entertain
menl of the United Statoa fleet, when
it arrives hero,
Tho officers of the Japanese Mer
chants' As'-clation, Japanese Retail
Dealer Association, Japancto Modlcal
Association, Japanese Druggists Un
ion, Japanese Charity Association, Jap
uncse Hotel Union and many other
Japanese soclellos have heen nsked
and have consented to be present. Th"
rcprcc"itntlcn of the Jnpanen press
will nlro attend and nrc ejected to
niako RiiEgcftlons, as they arc better
acquainted wlt'.rthe affair of tho om
Elde world than perhaps any ottmi
flAmtlAPd nf ll n dttffABBA nmi,iAtrtllAH4
..i..i..m, v, u,r uiiiiiun UBBUtiuuuii-, i,1r Miami Sljini N t
It Is expected that ""'"ommlttcd "'!jnfc,leJ,J'
mil iu neiccieu tonigiii aim turn me
tit tun preparations tor the lleet'j ar
rival will lie made.
NAMB Gr STOCf
C Brewer ft Co --
Hwn rutiinloit Co ,.
llwntUn Aprlc Co. ..
tin Tom St SujrCo t
Hawitlan SujnrCo ..
Honfimu biiEr Co
llonoktu Sui.ar Co .
It iht.Vii I'lfiiititliOti It
K'M I'lfJitm JiiCoUt
LFIi.ntii Vtinar f
Oa!m ujrar Co
Onnmn Sui-tir Co
OolcuUPtaar PUnt Cp
U'atll u.r W.O lAtl
Olcmatu lo. ..
PaliAu Sugar lMnt Co!
Ptin Plant Ml on Co
PcekM Stitr Co,,,.
I'lntiter Mill Co
WftluhnSiiKii Co ,
Waltiiiniln Suuht C-
Wiimea Sii.'nr Mm Cn
Liter UUinl Stem. NCo
Tho meeting of tho Hoard of Super
vlrors this evening vlll probably lm
it very quiet one, miles? tho old gar'i
age department proposition should be
sprung again, and It Is rumored that
tho Democrats Intend to do this. It
would, however, Rcem Improbable that
Micy should do this In view of Ibc fu't
that they inut be In tho minority tin
Itsn Supei visor Archer has experience.
another thnngo of heart, und this iIopj
not cecm at all likely. One thing la
pretty certain, nnd that Is that If tho
Democrat spring their resolution to
create n separate garhago department,
a counter resolution will be spriur-:
niacin? tho garbage department tn
tlrcly under the road department. It
It not impossible that the latter rest)
lutlon ma), bo Introduced, cvei If t.ie
Utmocrnt3 dctldtt to remain tpilct
Tho Hoard will tbh evening li.T..
unother bunch of bids for material?,
such 33 lumber, coal, cement, feed, etc.,
to go oer and to Belcct from.
Iloti K r.t I.CnCim
Mutual 1 tlrtilitnit Co
Paul I i ,
Af . ......
o.iiu i: ii i. Co
IliluR K Co
llun B ." M Co ....
Haw Ttrapc (Fire C1
Haw icr 4 ic
Haw Tcr aVi PCi
Haw Tcr 4 pc,
lla Tcr t tic.
Haw Got t a lie
O. K-cl m . Ktl Co
,lIVu ntr Co 6 ic
Han, Il.lcli Cn,
I'l ir Ditcli 6a
IIm Sm.ar Co 6 nr..
Illlo RkCii Con 0 ic
lion K i ti I .o ,ir
KtllUKII I'.llll CO O p C
O.lu K. l.CoSic'.
Oiliubuear Co f ic ..
Olaa Sutiir Co 6 p o.,.,
I'ala Plantation Co ....
1'ioiirar Mill Co 6 n c ..
Waialua Kgtir Co fpc
pirurrut a i.w iw
' I II t I
I ckjo a-
Sales Session: 5
$21 25 i:va, T2I.7S.
Oaliu Sug. Co,
Celebrated Butterimt Ci'eaniery
Nothing Better to be had
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
Family Grocers, Sole Agents.
1C9 King St.
Thcodoro l. Shouts, having witls
flcd tho President and Secretary Cor
teljou that no cause cxtsU for tho
confiscation of gowns for his wlfo nnd
daughters, bi ought In fitim Kuiope,
It Is said tho customs dcp.iitmcnt will
tal.o no further action.
Latest sugar quotation 3 67 cents or
V3.A0 per ton.
London Beets, 9s 1 1 3-4d
Henry WatocliousG Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu atoeK and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Mantjfr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PHIVATE EXCHANGE 4,
OLLEGE MEN and
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS,
as well as business
men of ail kinds and
positions; find Hart
Schaffner & Marx
clothes just right. We
show styles to suit
The new Spring styles just in.
IT II ff'"
7' i .T1 T '"'t"T"MillVft
LOCAL AN!) QENElhi
If you want a position, nsk for it 6?
in a bulletin want Ail. t'oats.oulv 69
OV O, OS 4 (f C a A C tV 5 0 tt t
one cent a word to talk to 5000 peo-
If YOU ere low spirited take a bracer.
TRY a glass of
Now 45 ; before 75o
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
New York rullioad omdals esti
mate that tho loss to 1C3 railroads
owning idlo cars represents a loss of
J2.000.000 u nion,th In Interest on
Ui.10!JSlfL! '.... LlgS
IX Till: DISTINCT COURT OV TIIH
UNITKU STATICS, TOR Till: TKU
RITORV O .'HAWAII.
We have the best there is. It is
better-kept than any other, is more
tender, and has more good qualities.
Our business is providing families
with the best.
In tho Matter of S. A. Green, Linnk
nipt. .In Ilankruptcy, No. 100.
To the creditors of S. A. Orcen, of
Honolulu, County of Oahu, and Tcr
lllnry aforesaid, n bankrupt.
Notlco Is hcieby Riven that on tho
21st da) of Kchiuary, A. L. 1908, tho
inld S. A. Cicen was duly ndjudlcat
od bankrupt: nnd that tho (list
nicotine of hla credltora will ho held
at my rfflcc, 201 Jtidd lmlldins. Ho
nolulu, mi tho 9th day of March, A.
I). 90S, at 4 o'rlock p. in., at which
tlmo tho Raid oi editors may attend,
pioo their claims, examine the
bankrupt, appoint n trustee and ti an
sae t such other business na may piop
erly como heforo said meeting.
AI.FRUD T I1ROCK,
Itofereo In Ilankruptcy.
Honolulu, Kchiuary 2nth, 100S.
JHMHHMWHIh 'II lil ill fi I timMirVTnTiTBWimTrm'vrrmxi
I IVH I iIKVU-IK . I
E SLrfal n-i MJ' ILftJ U LtauU
j Cooked In any style . 1
and well served
I launch, 1 1 j S
I CpAr'c 25c Royal Annex, , 1
I jCOlly S Merchant St. 1 1
' - - . " CxflHOKS
laUMMMu i ii i hi null1 ill ii iiinn'inaumki',MBma
0?P. OUNG H0T,EL.
New Lines of Ties, Belts
Snioking Jackets, Bath Robes Just In.
Tuesday, March. 3
ALLEN AND ALAKEA STS,
nnd ELECTRIC LIGHT
This will be the most ele
gant affair ever given in Ho-1
nolulu. Tickets, $2.50.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
(Continued from Pie 1)
nnd finished July 27th, 1907. On ac
count of the poor Julie, wo did not Ret
tho estimate of rMHl tons.
Crop 1908: Cundbtx of 7IG neroi nf
plant rane, 702 huvh of long ratoons
and 107 acres of short ratoons, maklnr
n total of 1585 at ret Up to date, we
have manufactured iGW) tons, anil all
the Ileitis taken on m far, han gone
alioo the estimate, tho best results
bavins liLtn i;ot from Ileitis planted
with r.ahalna tane
Crop 1909- Thli crop Includes 777
acres of plant tane, 7S3 acres of lone
ratoons and 210 aires of short ratoon:
u total of 1800 aires, from which
expect 7000 ton On account of tli
cri net summer uo were dclnjed
four month In plowlni'at Mahaulepu,
tonscquently the fields there Wero
planted very lat. This plant cane Is
very far behind, but nil the rest of the
fields are looking well.
Permanent Improicmnits, Tho new
0-1 nth pipe for tamp untcr supply bin
been put in; the electric plant hau
been tomplctcd, and the now Wllcov
Ultrh has also been Mulshed. About
30 acrei at Mahaulepu have been sand
ed, and about 20 aires of land at I'll
uhl bavo hen cleared.
To enable us to grind day and
night, five new tenlrlfngala hao been
put In nt a ion of JJHl.r..ri, of whit h
$1102.50 wero expended last year, ami
the balance SI27S03 In January 190S
Ono new lllter-presi has likewise been
put In at n cost of SI329.20, During
tho year, the largo Hume taking tho
ater down to I'liuhl, gavo us tonsld
ernblo trouble, and 03 wo would hae
hud to spenil n good deal of money lo
keep It In good shape, we started to
rt plate it by a new ditch of which
5306 feet have been finished at a cost
of J3313.48. Tho tapatlty of thlj ditch
Ib It million gallons in 24 hours,
whereas tho Hume only hnd a tapatlty
of 10 million gallons There aro still
3885 feet of this ditch to bo completed
this year, nnd as it has to be run
through a great deal of bedrock, the
probable, tost will ba $0000, not more.
This will do away with the full lenglh
of tho flume.
Rent 1'ranklln cars. Stkyds. 3tbK' $9
Ring up ScotO's when you wuut a ' itt
good nuto tide, l'lioim luf. I fa.
Remnants of all descriptions on Hat I W
unlay at Whitney & Marsh's-fule.
Putnam Health I'llU make ilc!i
blood: 60c. n package. Try lliom.
Bulletin Eusinct Offlce Fhon 25u.
Bulletia Editorial Room Phono 185.
The beer at tho IlofTinan Is the liett
antidote for the prevailing south
I'rank Williams was this morning
tent to Jail for three mout'in for i.t'al
lug a uleyele
Tdltu join carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlnue Maufy. Co . Tor ,
up to-dnte lepalia. I
A complete account of the rioral
Parade in Saturday's issue, ready for
mailing, Five Cents.
At the lli'ait rlgn of a cold get fome
of Ilobrun'a untl grippe tablets The.,
will give uu immediate icllcf
(irnml elearaiito Kale begins Mom.jy
morning, March 2, nt A. lliom i'.
trylhlng iti bo sold nt or holn toi"
Watch our windows.
The boating reason will rtion 1
hand nnd you will med a new
I tl C I). Wnlker IWuro on liullillnt.'
one for jou. Ills prlteti will surprlkc
Hvcry time jou fliiUh the llrs-l n.i
of Maj's (New.I'rote3H) old Konn tof
fee, you will ring tho bell for another
oue. It's more popular than ever in
Carlo will help you If you need
liionej by bujliig jour1 watihea, din
mouds and Jewelry and Mitig J'01
moro for them thnn jou'll get nnj'-
whero else. i
Thco. II. I)alcs fi Co.. Ltd., received '
table aiUites joitcrtlay that tho U H.
Monna was on tlmo at Suva nnd would
You enn get it at the bar or by the
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iXrjT k.iU ..'i iprw aBBBl
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
boa, I ff"
MBXT TO VOUNO ULDQ, 7-180 KINQ STR2KT. PH
a i ii i p w i i .' i ! i i i i , ii i i
pyKarmirw xmumiistfirwam bwhhhwhi m mM
THE SOAP THAT WORKS.
F. L. WALDR0N, Agent.
i:xiorlcnced Japanese man wants po
sition; good took; housewoik pio
foned but willing to care jard.
"O, II ," Ilulletln 3935-at
ten-dollar gold-pleco breastpin was
lfjft Sunday between Punchbowl
und Aula I'nik Suitable lowartl
at this ulllceV 3935-2t
A buiicli nf Keys. Return to this of
llco und lecolvo leward. 3935-3t
bine aceommotlatlnns for flftj llrM-
lass pa-jsenters, hut nono for sceend
class or steerage.
Iltniy Do Tries waj the lowest bid
tier out of Ihe For building a school
house at Keol.ea, Maul, his bid being
$39SS. Otto Oss was tho lowest of sit.
his flguie being $2298, for n ulioo' '
hoiiEo at Keahuu, Maul.
There wa9 a rumor out this morning
to the effect that all ctutoms ofilelals
had receletl a circular lettT from
tho U. S. Government, still fill titer ie
Mrlttlng them In political matters
When seen this morning, Collector of
Customs Stncknblo slated that no such
clrtular had been received as far as he
Members of the tlass studying the
"Far Eastern Question" under the aus
pices of Ihe Collego Club, are requested
lo rend Sehlerbrand's "America, Asia
nnd tho ratine," Chapter XIV. Tuple:
The Geography of the Pacific and It
KiTicts on National Development, (a)
Natural Resources (h) Present Pos
sessions Tho first meeting will bo
held nt 3:30 on Krldaj, rcbruary 28.
'. I.OO Dr. Pottlo lined.
Tho rn-,o of Dr. Pottle, who
t barged with practicing veterinary
Mirgery and medicine without n lic
ence, tamo up In the Polbe Court thin
morning Pottlo cnteicl n demurrer
to the chaige, through his attorney,
1'rnnk Thompson, but this was oer
ruled He pleudcd not guilty, but ad
mltted tho material fatts alleged. II"
was then found guilty by tho Court
and was lined $10 nnd nuts, It lK'l',t0
explained thrt this was merely n nom
inal fine, as this was a test case. The
matter was then appealed to tho f!u-
rrema Court, whero tlw argument will
bo niado Hint ihe law-Is unt-orVitltu
llonal. as was tpoited bj tho tl u 1 1 c
1 1 n some time gn.p
HADE IN KAUPAKULUA, MAUI.
A HOME PRODUCT
A FINE TABLE WINE OF EXCELLBNT BOUQUET
AND FLAVOR. v '
by all w'holcoa'.c and retail wino and liquor dealers and by
all saloons. TRY IT.
Ladles' WniSt Pattern
One of AlGCnl.'s Specials
.Iitb Printing at thf Dul
I " ' ' t k P3
Also materials to make it up at
JORDAN & CO. Ltd.,Rort S t
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