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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLOMT, T ir MONDAY, NOV. 23, 1908.
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Boots and Shoes
17-Inch Boots, for wet weather and
12-Inch Balmorals for Surveyors Jrampers
Working Shoes, for hard knocks and
A large, new assortment justlonencd, in grades ranging
from $3.50 to $12.00 a pair.
Nearly all our Outing Soots arc 'of viscolized leather,
and are perfectly water-proof.
. MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
PORT STREET, A FEWSTEPS ABOVE KINO.
Real Picture Glass
" Not Huilder's Glabs
Also Good Workmanship
Every Picture, small or
large, should have proper
consideration in its fram
ing. 1-his you will get at
Fort, below King
1G9 KINO STREET.
THE FOOD SPECIALISTS.
HOMIItU STGCi: EXCHANGE
t ui o( STOClt o,ii Ur
Million Dollar Company
An automatic telephone system, do
ItiK nwny with "hello" girls, U the
hcxt thins for Hoiiululii. The Wire
less Tolograph Company nn Saturday
nieil nn application to change Hh name
to tho Hawaiian Telegraph and Tele-,
phone Company, and to Increase tho
capital utock to $1,000,000 Instead qf
1150,000, as it now is.
Clinton J. Hiitchlna stated that tho
new company had n contract with the
Automatic Electric Company of Chi
cago for their Rystem or automatic
telephones for thin Territory". He nlso
stated that the constructing engineers
were on their way hero now, that the
money for building wits assured, and
fliat the charter won secured' on July
A site linit already been selected on
which will be built one of tho finest
buildings In the city for the exclusive
use of the company. I'i'oni l'nwaa to
Palnmn the s stem will nil bo under
The. automatic phones nie very slnv
pie to tun. On tho front of each Is a
low of digits on a rovohlng disc. To
tnll mi n number tho receiver Is first
taken off tho hook, and then press tbo
digits In succession that go to make
up the number wnnteii, utter eacn nigu
returning the disc to tho gauge. If
tho line .Is busy It will be Indicated by
a buzrlng sound. Nobody' cult over
hoar you while jou uru telephoning,
and no one can cut In on u when
once the number Is gotten.
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Thb elopets wcro 1,000 mile from
homo nml their funds running low.
"See, dear," whispered tho enthusi
astic bride, "1 am wiring papa an an
nouncement' of our elopement anj
have added 'It. S. V. IV "
Tho tdll bridegroom smiled slgnlfl
"Better maku It -R. s. c. I'.,'" ho'
"H. 8. C. P.?' Hraclous! What
does that stand for?"
'Itush Some Cash Please."
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T-. BULLETIN. ADS PAY -SB
2 Brw ft C .-...-.
Rwa Mantailon Co ...
Honon Puar Cn ,.
Honnkaa Sun" Co .
Haiti !Wiraru .
Hutch mii 5ur rum vuw n
K.huku Plan.allntl l l. .' n
Ktk.lit Suit- Co- ... :MU 1M
KiMhalt Suxar Co . ,,i lt.iii luu
Knlo.Sor.rCo ttnini u)
McBrni.su.tr 1.0. i.v"ii, :
Oalu Sugar Co MVn :v
DnoiMa Ssgar Cn ,,. 1IWUI a)
OjVBl.Sui.r Pl.M Cn 'MMi. '.-I
m. Su.ir Co Ul .... h'"M"l -J)
(iiwmbIi rv .1 lVj.'M) lilt
I raahag soiar Pluil On '. ".' Hi
Pacific SunarM ill unttfi w
r.i&ri.ni.uono ... iimw hw
PMMktnSimr Co.. .1 'Oftt) luu
PIrMW to p,;rvwi lew
Wililua Auric Cn l,vw lluu
Wumkn Sna-ar Co .... I. .' luu
Walmanalo Sugar Co i f JMU) li
W.lme. uar mm lo i-.,w" ,um
Inicr-Ul.ndSKimNCo IMV lou
Hawaiian BMCUlc Co. .'MJ lui
Hon RT A L Cn Com ''. '" liJ
Mutaal Telephone Co MM lu
Nahlku Ribbtr Cn.,
Nahikn RabbrrCo Am,
Cl.hu R 4 1. Co
1 IO K K I.O.. .........
lion II 4 M Co:,.,
Hawaiian Plnnpiitt Co
HawT.r W nc
Haw Govt ipc
n.iaa aunar to o t b
Ham. Dllcll Co ,
Upper Mich a
H aw Com & Sux Co s K
Haw Sugar Co Ape...
Illlo RK Co Con ti
Hnnakaa Sucir co Cpc
Hon RT L.C, c
Kal u'co Pjinl Co C p c,
Mcbrrdf R Cn'f. tja ,
O.lm S.ftr Co tpc.
Ol.a Suicar Co 6 p c. ,
Pac- Sag. Mill Co, (i
Pla Plantation Co ....
Walalua .itl- Co IPC
Sales Uetween Hoards: 2B Hawaii
nn Sug. Co., 34.2.r. Session: S Olua
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents.
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BUSINESS wear isn't the
only thing we provide
clothes for. There are many
occasions when a man needs,
and ought to have, dressy
clothes; when the sack suit
is inappropriate; when your
associates will be correctly
dressed; and' you can't afford
to be otherwise.
Hart Schaff her & Marx
g6odsare the best' in the world. We have them. .
KING ST. NEAR FORT.
Furnished cottage. Phone 1087.
C7 white leghorn hense, three V. I..
coclis, 1G barred PIn!outli Hock
hens, 3 cocks ditto, and 18 youns
chicks from 3 to C weeks old. Cull
at 1941 South King St. before 10
a. m. or after 4 p. in. 41GC-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
For Thanksgiving Dinner
i .. . ' ' 3 Ft
Superior Napa and Sonoma Wine Co.'s Wines; Raisins; Boiled Cider;
Currants; Figs; Mince Meat; Charaname drier: lion Bona; Chestnuts;
Dates; Cranberries; Nuts; Glace Fruits; liquon, and Cigars.
LEWIS 4 CO., Ltd.,
YOU EVER ATE
The finest Pies you could want may be made with
two light, flaky crusti and a filling of
Heinz Mince Meat
, IT COMES IN CROCKS.
Ask your Grocer for it, and say "HEINZ" very Dis
tinctly. ' H. Hackf eld & Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu Construction and Graying Go.
PHONE. OFFICE 281. , . ' P. 0. BOX 154!
Fort St., 0pp. W. a. Irwin & V ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crashed Rock. White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto, SAFE MOVING A 8FT
CIALIY, 4 ,, .-
HARMONY LODGE No. 3, l! 0. 0. F.
All of the members of the joint
drill team of Harmony and Kxcelslor
Lodges are cordially Invited to be
present at Harmony Lodge at 7:30
o'clock, this evening, for tho purpose
of conferring tho Initiatory and the
First Degree In Odd Fellowship upon
Refreshments will bo served to the
U. R. HENDRY,
Sugar 3.92 Cents
Beets, 10s, 3d
Henry WaterhousB Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manattr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
.TEL. PRIVATe EXCHANGE 4.
Cards & Stationery
Our Stationery comes in handsome
Gift Boxes. They make fine and al
ways acceptable Xmas. Remembrances.
WISE BUYERS are getting the
pick of our fine big Stock just in.
CALL AND SEE IT NOW!
Beautiful Assortmtnt of Christmas
Oat & Mossman.
70 MERCHANT ST.', NEAR P. Q.
THE MISJTS MILL
The Poet tavreato Is at work
There onco was a miser quite Dutch
Whose longing for money was such
Thut he slept on the grass
To save his mattress
And starved his poor children too
linns and Oretel were children In
WJio wished for a goose, a doll, and
Some other things too.
Well, their wishes came true,
And now they are happy lu Holland.
Sold tho Fairies: "If 'twere not for
These babies would still hungry be;
Hut we'll pull from the lloppor
Food nnd clothes till they stop 'er,
And all will be Joyful you'll see."
"Thlm Fairies Is certainly gr-rate;
Their dancing is surely complate;
It's a small bit of brass
To hear singing first-class,
(let tickets before It's too late.
W. C. Peacock ft Co., Ltd.,
There was a oung miss who said
rieaso take me to see Miser's Mill
There are Fairies, I hear,
And Gnomes, grey ami queer,
Oh, "do. Hill nay that you will!"
Don't forget Friday evening, No
vember the 27th, and Saturday mat
inee, Nov. 28th.
MRS. POTTER DEAD
You Want Electrio Wiring Done ox
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call tbd
UNION ELECTRIC C0.t
69 Beretania St, Phone 3101,
Mrs, F. A. Potter died ,,yestorday
morning at the homo of her son. V. A.
Potter Jr., at Walklki, after nn Illness
of six woeks. She camo to the Islands
about a year ago.
Deceased was born In St, Joseph,
Michigan', May 9, 1830. Sho'was the
mother of six daughters and four sons,
all but two of whom survive her.
Thbee surviving besides her husband,
are Mrs. I. A. Thurston. Mrs. A. W.
Pearson and Fred. A. Potter Jr., of
Honolulu; Mrs. F. I.. Hill of Horketey,
Calif., Mrs. S. Kriiinxmaim of Sioux
City, Iowa; Mrs. Fred. Ireland, of
Heldliig. Mich.; 11. C .Potter of Kansns
City; and A. A. Potter or St. Joseph.
Mich. Two sisters are also .living.
Mrs, W. D. Nichols of Omaha, and
Mrs. h. McFayden of Chicago.
The funerul services will he .held
from the resldenco of I,. A. Thurston
at 4 o'clock this afternoon, the ashes
to be interred at St. Joseph, Mich.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
aiLT a B u'U.e t i n Want Att. fails
to sell it for you, throw it away!
Meals served a1 all hours at the
New Kiiglulid llakery. Hotel street.
Why ULo iiuy other mincemeat when
you can gut Mri. Kearim' delicious
All kinds ot beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served in tin; best manner
at the' Fashion. Just give us n try.
Work for tho semiannual exhibition
of the Kllohana Art league will bo
received up " 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Havo your typewriters ana machines
repaired nt Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
11.. F. Dillingham makes tho state
ment that tho Hew g.trrlsnus for Hono
lulu will bring tun thousand people to
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised ut Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co . ngents.
The Inhabitants of Kapoho, Punn,
and other places are circulating a pe
tition prayeg fur tho establishment of
a postorflce nt Puna.
Where is the Royal Annex Signt
All members of llurniony Lodgo No.
3, I. O. O. V., are requested to attend
tho meeting to bo held In Odd Fel
lows' Hull nt 7:30. this evening.
On installments of $3 per month you
can purchaso a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Uonny & Co., Ltd.,
ni-nnl. 1firt l'.irl HI. PlinilB 488.
"Chief" Is a pntonfdrcBs shoo with'
feather-weight flexible soles and Inner
soles thatglve It a comfortable;, "old
thoe" feeling. Set) It at Manufactur
ers' Shoo Co. for $6 50.
Tho Flnanclnl Secretary of tho Ha
waiian Engineering Association (W. L.
Eaten) can be found at tho Kvcnlng
Bulletin eory day (except Sunday)
between 12 m and 1 p. m, .
The local Elks are ma::lnT big prep
arations for their ball to b? glen pt
the Moaua on Wodneadjv evening.
Thanksgiving Day qc. Tho tu na
tions for this nnnir arc out.
Tho annual mooting of tho Hono
lulu Red Cross Society will bu held Li
Judge, Dole's chambers nt 4 o'clock
this nftcrpodn. All members aro earn
estly requested to bo present.
,8co our outing boots and times for
wet weather nnd all (klnds of rough
wnnr. Wo have a largo, new assort
ment Just in at prices from 13.no 'to
112 00. Mclnerny Shoe store.
Oat ft Mossman have Just opencdj
up a fine new stock of Xiiiiih canb
nnd stationery in handsomo gift boxes.
Wise buyers are getting tho best of
them now. 7G Merchant St., near P.O
A false alarm of fire was turned In
from box D3, on tho corner of Ltllha
nnd King streets, last night. Tho po
lice are looking for tho man who
caused tho fire engines their useless
run- . . ,
The siieclals that aro being offered
every'day at tho N. S. Sachs Dry
Goods Co. are real money HavcrM..Seu
their display of holiday haiidkerchlcfs
at special prices. Corner Fort and
Try1 a Royal Annex oyster loaf. ,
Henry May & Co. are headquarters
for mlnco meat, fruit cake, plum pud
ding, picserves und JelllesT nsBOrtod
nuts, raisins, Lohuhnrdt'H candles nnd
tables decorations for the Thanksgiv
ing dinner. Phono 22.
Mrs. Katborlno t.ent Stevenson
made an addrosB last evening at Ccn
tral Union church cn Icmporaiice, At
the Christian Endoavor mooting bo
foro tho regular sJrvlee, Jess Dulot
led n n "memory quotation" program.
All mombcrs of tho Joint drill team
of Harmony and Excelsior lodges will
moet this evening at 7:39 o'clock, .for
tho purposo of conferring tho Initia
tory and the first degree In Odd Fel
lowship. Refreshments will bu served
Dr. Currle, lii n piper read before
the Hawaiian Medical Society, stated
that 50,000 rats havo been killed dur
ing tho past year, and ho also says
that nn plague Infected rat has been
found blnco tho labrntory for'tho Btudy
of them was opened. ,.
We received by the Alameda a large shipment of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo Lamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET neax ALAKEA". PHONE 390.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian views, mow.
eri and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Hotel St., bet. Bethel and Nuuauu.
Ready to Show
If there is a Missourian in town who wants to be shown,
let him order some of our soda water. H is best becausa it
is pure; the most in demand because it is well made.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LETXHEAD, Manager.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE titt
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure,
E. W. Grovo's signature is' on
f AK18 MEDICINU CO., St. Loula, U. S. A.
Joseph. A. SiimaLn,
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SHIPPING AND' COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARTNE.
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Agent for ARTHUR 8EWALL A Co!, Bath, Value
PARR0TT & CO., Ban Francisco.
Filling arid Grading - J
The wet weather wilt soon be on. You should have your grounda JKJ
filled in' before the winter rains set in. We have earth fillincfor tale , "3
at REASONABLE PRICES. raONE 880 M
P.- Mr Pondf Contractor!
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