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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOHTMT. T. I?., FRIDAY, NtiV. 27, 1908.
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Outing and Plantation
Boots and Shoes
17-Inch Boots, for wet weather and
12-Inch Balmorals for Surveyors Jrampers
Working Shoes, for haid knocks and
A 1 5, new assortment just opened, In grades ranging
from ?3. to $12.00 a pair.
Nea'.l; all. our Outing Boots are of viscoliwd leather,
and ars perfectly water-proof.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE, .
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
If yot have any old
laid away watting
a chance to get a
See the new line of
Old Gold Ovals
932-938 FORT STREET.
Is SO different from all the
So Much Bettert
Why get another kind
when your own grocer has
it and recommends it to
RAIN AND WIND
For Thanksgiving Dinner
Superior Napa and Sonoma Wine Co.'s Wines; Raisins; Boiled Cider;
Currants; Figs; Mine Meat; Chamnagne Cider; Bon Bens; Chestnuts;
Dates; Cranberries; Nuts; Glace Fruits; Liquors, and Cigars.,
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
THE FOOD SPECIALISTS. .
"-69 KINO STREET, TELEPHONE 240.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
' We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto, ' SAFE MOVING A SFF.
CIALII, . ,.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULD, Nov. 27, 1908
However welcome to the peoplo uf
Honolulu the ruin limy be, It Is caus
ing consternation In the minds of
the Government employes at work on
the test work at 1'cnrl Harbor. It
was Impossible to do nny drilling to
day owing to the rain and, an the
work has already been delayed by tin
henvy winds, the prospect of being
through In time to Bond the report
to Washington before the bids for
the dredging nre turned In, Is nut
Bohiethlng over 250 holes nre be
ing drilled nt Pearl Harbor, over n
territory four and one-half miles In
length, In order to ascertain the
kind of ground which the contract
ors will meet with when the start
dredging. It has been the intention
to cable the report of the result of
the Investigations to Washington, an
n guide to the contractors lit making
up their bids.
In order to be of any use. the re
port must be In by next Monday at
midnight; whether or not It will bo
is a problem that no one Is prepared
Up until a week ago, fairly good
llmo was made In drilling holes. Tlio
average day's work was not far from
six holes, and everything seemed to
be going along In great shape. Then
the wind came up and whipped the
sea about in such a way that tripods
could not be kept in place and that
work could only be done under the
most unfavorable conditions.
On Wednesday last, the best rec
ord for the week was made, four
holes being drilled. On the other
days the Bhowlng was much less sat
isfactory. With good weather today
mid, on until Monday night, It w.is
thought that the work could be ac
compllshed, but the outlook now Is
considered far from promising.
LIVELY DISCUSSION .
(Continued from Pus 11
Cooper was called on tor remnrki
Ife said he did not Intend to dis
cuss the relative merits of tho two
files. Defore going to Washington
he had discussed the matter with the
Governor, who had said that if any
arrangements could bo made by
which the Palace Square site could
be substituted for the Mahuka site,
he would favor It. Assistant Secre
tary Wlnthrop of the Treasury De
partment had told Cooper that the
Departmetn was much dlsappolntel
nt Agent Taylor's selection, and that
the Department would at once accept
a proposition by which the Govern
ment could obtain the Palaco Square
site without a loss. x
Cooper had' sent for Irwin to come
to Wellington, but he could not
come. Cooper saw Secretary Wln
throp again with u business proposi
tion, which the Secretnry said would
bo satisfactory. Ire also said it
would not In any way Interfere with
the appropriation, which was an
open one. Secretary Oarfleld brought
up tho matter and Bald he was much
In favor of tho Palaco Square. site, as
it was the policy of the Government
to keep the public buildings separate
from the! other parts of the town.
The following Monday Secretary Wln
throp had said Hint u gentleman, who
appeared to have been McClellan,' had
called on him, representing the Cham
ber of Commerce, and had protested
against the change. Wlnthrop told
Mr. Irwin that his proposition was
satisfactory, and it was made, signed
and accepted by, Wlnthrop.
Cooper pointed! out that tho Depart
ment was In favor ot tho Palaco site
before- he saw tho officials, and tho
hearing was not an oxparto one. "I
was Blmply tho medium through which
tho proposition was accepted," ho add
ed. "Agent Taylor had been told that
his selection had not been approved,
but as ho had entered negotiations for
tho Mahuka site, tho Department con
sidered Itself morally bound by this.
Cooper wns asked by Tcnney what
was tho slzo ot tho two situs, and was
given tho figures. Ho added that Ir
win had offered to donatu to the Ter
ritory 3200 squaro feet bo as to niako
It conform with tho Hoblnsou plan.
Cooper declined to answer a qXiestlon
as to the terms of tho exchange
Peclfc- asked If tho expression that
tho "Department, had favored tho I'ul
aco Square site" was tho personal
opinion of Wmthrop or of tho. Secre
tary of tho Treasury, Corteljuu. Coop
er said ho could not Btato definitely.
Castle asked If tho fact that llm
community had contributed $35,000 for
the opening of Illshop street had been
brought to tho attention of tho Secic
tary. Cooper said that tho Secretary had
eald that this was Immaterial, as tho
Department had not solicited this, but
had .simply said that tho opening of
tho streot wns necessary to mako the
Mahuka Bite eligible,
"If tliero was a moral obligation In
the first place, why did this not con
tlnuo?" asked Lowrey,
"There was an obligation to buy, but
not to build," answered Cooper.
ThliTTvas greeted with general
Qcorgo Davlcs asked If this chango
i of STOCK
: Bftvtr ft Co .
Rwa rinnUIInn Co ....
Hawaiian Agric. Cn. . .
Haw Com Suit Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Hntiomu Sugar Co ....
tfnnokaa Sugar Co . ,.
HalkM Sugar Co
Hutclilaon Sugar Plant.
ICatiukit PU.iiallfttt Oo
Ktkalia Sug Co- .....
Knloa Sugar Co .
McBryde Sugar Co....
Oalia Sugar Co
Onnmta Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uil ....
Olowaln Co... .
Paatiau Sugar nnt Co
fariDC Aaaar aim
rala Plantation Co
Peiwekro Sugar Co....
Pinter Mill Co
Wriiuku Sugar Co ....
Walmra Sugar Mill Co
Hon R T ft I. Co Pre.
Hon RT Ir I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
N.hlku Ribber Co.,
Natnku Rubber Co.An,
Oalm R LCo
Hon H Jt MCo:
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Haw Ter a pt
HawTer i pc
Haw Gov't ape
Malku Sugar Coapc
Ham. Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw Com Ai Sug Co c
Haw Sugar Co ft p c...
Hllo R KCo Con ope
HonaUaa Sugar eo. Gpc.
Hon R T & L.C06 p c
Kahuku P.ant Cog pc.
-MrHrrdf S Cn'att, ,
Oahu Sugar Co 1 p c ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
Pac- Sug. Mill Co. 6a
Pall Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6dc ..
Walalua grl Oun,
Sales Session: 20 Olnn. it S7U,r r.ii
Olaa, S4.87Mi; 30 Olaa, 14.87',4.
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents.
Sugar 3.92 Cents ,
Beets, 10s, 3d
Henry Watsrbouss Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
would not tend to delay tho building.
Cooper said he thought not. The Moor
plans were now being dratted.
Cooko after a consultation with
Wood, announced that ho had found
that at u full meeting of the Chamber
It had been decided to send u cable
to 'Washington favoring tho Mahuka
Blto. The former announcement to
tho effect that tho Chamber had Ink
cn no action hud been made by ufls-
Cooko announced ' that McClellan
had therefore been wefl within his au
thority when ho took action.
Shluglo said that this meeting was
a result of a cablo front Wlnthiop, in
quiring ns to whether tho Chamber
favored tho .Mahuka slto.
Shingle asked to hnvo tho Secretary
read the names of those present at the
lof-ganlen meetolng. This was done.
Among those present were: J. P.
Cooke, chairman; Secretary H. P.
Wood, i:. I. Spalding, E. M. Ilrown, T.
J. King. Kmll Ileindt, Fred I.. Wal
(Iron, T. II. Petrle, W. Waldron. Q. P.
Wlldor, A. W. T. Uotlomloy, I,. T.
Peck, K. J. Iiwroy, J. A. Kennedy, K.
II. Wodohouse, U. D. Tenney, J. M.
Dowsctt, W. T Lucas, Chus. Hon,
Frank Atherton, J It. Unit, A, darkey,
Geo. P. Castle. A. Young, Norman Wnt
klnB, W. W. Hall, W. A. Ilowcn, C. II.
Cooke, A. J. Campbell, It. W. Shingle,
C. J. Iltitchlus, John (lulld,' llnico
Cartwrlght, C. Uoltc, W. L. Hupper, M,
Phillips and others.
LOSER OF OLYMPIC MARATHON
IS WINNER IN NEW YORK
NEW VOIIK, N. Y., Nov. 25. Do
lantlo won the 2C-mlle Marathon race
In Madison Square Harden from
Dornmlo U the Italian runner who
wns tho first lo enter tho arena In
the Marathon tace at tho Olympic
games In London, but lost becnuso of
his inability to cross tho tnpo unaid
ed. Hayes Is the American depart
ment stole clerk, tho first man to
cross the tape In tho Mnrathon race
and, the consequent winner of the
trophy. Doinuiln was cheered for
his bruvc try nnd was litter present
ed with a tpcclal trophy by Queen
Alexandra of England.
mii CbiWL biiJgaltsslV M' "
7ai allaF'BgaLgPHr ieS1 ',
. ix V .,
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 Schaffner & Marx
goods are the best in the world. We have them.
KINO ST. NEAR TORT.
Deputy Sheriff Oacar Cox of Wula
luu stutcd today that tho Walalua
Republican leaders held a ratifica
tion meeting yesterday for the suc
cess of the ItepubllcaU; party. Tho
meeting closed with a big liiau which
was enjoyed by a large crowd.
WHAT IT MEANT TO.HER
."Yesj I am going abroad." "And
how nro ou going to arranga your
Itinerary?" "Oh, pompadour. 1 think
that will bi the most suitable for
traveling." Washington Herald,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give a complete summary of
the newt ' the day, . .
LOCAL AND JENliBAL
2JeF- If a B u 1 1 c t i n Want Ad. fails
to sell It for you, throw it awayl
Ten good unto bucks. Phone C.
Sale of evening coats nt Whitney &
Marsh'a on Tuesday next.
Meals served a all hours at the
New England ltakery. Ilotol stii'et.
Nuw line of ladles anil children's
coats and bojs' regatta sultn nt llliiiu's.
Why us nny other mincemeat when
you can get Mrs. Kcunis' delirious
Delicatessen of tho Flench sort Is
to be hnd at the Motiopolltau Meat Co ,
Ltd. Telephone 15.
C. C. Kennedy of Hllo has been elect
ed vlco president of tho Aineilcan
Where is the Royal Annex Sign?
Mr. and Mis. Oeorgo Cooke have le
turned to Honolulu to live after an ub
fenre of about a oar on Moloknl.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are serwd In the best manner
at the Fashion Just give us n try.
Shipments of Maul uluo made by
the Kaiipakaluit Wino and I.lipilr Com
pany have been rcceUed In Hoiiotulii.
Manager Dldgood of Halelwn, who Is
spending a short vacation on Muni
nnd Hawaii, Is expected home next
Have your typewriters and machines
roualrcd nt Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tolcr
Oct tho habit of using tho wireless
telegraph for jour luler-llsliind and
t learner messages. It Is smo, speedy
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will be surprised ut Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
Ftied Co.. bgentsj.
On Installments of (3 per month you
can put cl.nse u White Family Rotnry
sowing machine. Ilenny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12h(! Fort St. Pliono SS.
Prof. Koohele, who has been In
northern Europe during the summer
t-cckliig the natural enemies of the
hornlly. Is now In Italy it Is believed.
The mm i luge of Mips Eth.illuili
Bchaefcr to Mr. Alfred Uiwrey Ciihlle
will tako place on Tuesday, December
Ii. at S p. in., at St. Andtcw'H cathe
dral. (let your lunch at tho Now IC.tgland
Hakery. Hotel stirot.
Tho Union-Pacific Transfer Co. havo
connection all over tho States, and can
nnd dOj forward baggage to nny part of
tho United States or Europo. 122-120
King Btrt-ct, I'linne 58.
The automatic telcuhonc serice ij
fully financed. Engineers will soon
arrive to put it in. Now is the time
to subscribe for a phone. .
hnglneer Parks- location of n slln
for Jtho Pearl Harbor dry dock has
beon approved by the Navy Depait
ment. Tho eilo Is on tho unitheiiBt
lock of Pearl Harbor,
Dr. and Mts. I II. lltiniphrls Iravu
Honolulu for London December B. Dr.
lluuiphrls will open an nfilcu as a con
sulting physician In Muyfalr, tho moat
fashionable part of London.
Reis & Quiun are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
lua baiori runs ouc and 51.00 Bv
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling. '
i.earn now to io ryrogrnphy In tlmo
to niako pretty presents for I'lirlstm is.
It's easy to leitin. Outfits from 2 to
J7.C0, with stamped designs on all
sorts of urtlcles. Honolulu i'lioto Sup
Try a Royal Annex oyster loaf.
Our sH-clal business Is tlio fitting,
grinding and lepaltlug of glasseh n re
lievo eyo-stralu and Inipiove tho ls
Inu. Let us examine your eyes. If tlicy
trouble you. A. N. Sanfoid, Iloston
Just at this season tho wagon road
to llnlelwa Is m dusly that It Is n d.o
iigreeiiblo Jouiney but tho rldo by train
Is unusually pleasant and tho nrruery
Interesting owing to tho high suir
along the line.
A trsiiBfoi mittlon may bo worked I".
any homo by nppljlng Lociiiioi it with
it vnrnlkh blush to old fiirnltnro, tlooip
and woodwnrk it makes them look
flesh ns new. Then. II Davlcs & Co.,
Ltd,, Hardware Dep.titmeut
Mra, llootlo and young dauglitei
family or Mr tleorgo M. Ilooto, for
moily of Haw-all. manager of tlio Cine
Cruz plantation, leceiitly returned to
Cuba for the seai-on after hpendlng th'o
summer at her old home In Donaldson-
llle, l.ii. Aiiierle.tu Sugar Indiutry
nnd Ucct Sugar Qazvtto.
Wo received by the Alameda a large shipment of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo Lamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO STREET near ALAKEA.
Ready to Show
If there is a Missouriau in town who wants to be shown,
let him order some of onr soda water. It is best because it
is pure; the most in demand because it is well made.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIX & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains .e t in. Wc have earth fillinjr for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. - PHONE 89Q
v P. M. Pond, Contractor
BEGINS TUESDAY, Dec. 1st, and.for
One Week Only, to make room
for New Goods already ordered.
We shall mark our present stock of
DRY. and FANCY GOODS, RUGS,
CARP2TINGS, TOYS, BASKETS, etc.,
at Great Reductions. Prices that
will sell the goods. This is a fine
opportunity for Christmas shoppers.
Remember Next Tuesday
E. W. JORDAN & CO., Ltd.
, W. L. FLETCHER, Mgr.