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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLtTLU, T. It., FRIDAY, DEC. 4, 1908.
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light soled shoes
arc for fair weather,
and it's damaging to
them and to their own
en to wear them in
Get, yourself a pair
of WET WEATHER
SHOES. We have the
SHOE and other makes
in DOUBLE SOLES,
made to withstand the
wet and mud.
Our wide range of
styles and prices in
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET. A. FEW STEPS ABOVE IKING.
"LET THE TARIFF -ALONE"
Lively Incidents Crop
Up In Hearing
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
. w.a oi STOCt
Z Brewer Cc .
. SUCiAft '
Km Plinttllon Co ...
Haw Com Sua Co .
Hawaiian Sutr Co...
Hutctiuon 5or Pli.
A Copley Print
t ' u
Is the proper
thing for a wed
ding -present or
932-938 FORT STREET.
Xmas Dainties ;
WASHINOTON, D. C. Secretary
of War Luko Wright started a hunt fur
thu Sugar Trust In the woodpile at ttio
tarllT heating of the ways uml .Menus
Committee. He hail been called be
torv the cummlttee to enlighten It un
the Philippine sugar slluatlun and Its
rc.ln.tlon to the American Industry.
When he was called to take tlio'
stand he remarked: "I distinctly recall
that at thu hearings three years ago
some one, and I thlul: it was thu Mr..
Iluthawuy who appeared before you a
few minutes nno, stated that St per
cent, of the beet sugar factories In
Michigan were held hy a trustee. It Is
well to know the motive of the repre
sentatives of thu Interests appearing
hero whether It Is an honest effort on
behalf of the grower of sugar beets or
thu effort of some persons to secure a
monopoly of thu sugar business."
"Well, Mr. Wright, I can tell you my
inotlvo and my Interest," Interrupted
Hoprescntutlve Fordney, of Michigan.
"I represent 20,000 farmers of thu
Eighth Mlchlguu district, who aru
growers of sugar beets."
"If the chair wilt permit me," spoku
up A. N. Smith, representative of the
Owosso, Mich., 8ugar Company, "ru
mor in thu trade has It that the Sugar
Trust controls six of the Michigan
companies." i ,
F. R. Ilathnwny, vice president of
the fleet Sugar ManufucWers' Asso
ciation of Michigan nnd secretary of
thu Michigan Sugar Company, here
naked thu privilege of making a state
ment. "I net or mado the statement attrib
uted to me by Secretary Wright." liq
said. "Moreover, I wish to say that of
all tho stock of my company nnd
we own six of the sixteen beet sugar
factories In Michigan nnly $100,000 U
held by persons who Are not citizens
of the State."
"Is there, a director in vour com.
raw representing any other sugar in
terest?" asked Mr. I'ayne.
no any Michigan men hod your
stock as trustee for any other pen
sons?" asked Representative Gaines.
"Not that 1 know of," replied Mr.
"Well," Mr Oalncs began, but Chair
man Puyne Interrupted with: "1 think
we novo had enough of this. Tho rec
ord will show what was stated three
"Tho record may show It, but I
think It Is Important enough to go ovi
er now," retorted Mr. dallies. "I would
like to know about It, at any rate."
"Nlager" In Woodpile
Hut the incident closed and tho
committee proceeded to hear a state
ment of tho comparative wages paid
In European nnd American beet sugar
factories. "Dcforo Mr. Wright suggest
ed to presenco of the "nigger In tho
woodpile" ho had ventured the opinion
that ir all tho sugar raised In tho Phil
ippine Islands was shipped hero that It
would not servo to moro than supply
tho annual Increase In consumption.
He cited figures to show that If the
beet sugar Industry produced 410,000-
tons ot granulated sugar a year it
would produce 2,100,000 tons a year
before It would need to fear the Phil
ippines as a competitor.
Barring tho Wright episode the
hearing was onu continual song of
"Let tho tariff alone." The beet sugar
men were down In force, and till ot
them with a plea that the present tar
iff stand. Considerable "knocking" of
tho Sugar Trust was Indulged In by
intiendo, but nothing tangible was of
fered on whlrh could bo huntf nn In
dictment or tins big interest, which
will .engago tho attention of the com
mittee today. .... '
fthuku PUltt.tiotl Co
KttahaSul- Co- .....
Koloa Sonr Co
(Jibs ui sr (.a,
Oolola Sugar Plant Co
uiaa sugar 1.0 &.w ..,,
ruhau Sufir Plant Co
Pacific Siat Mill
Pala rlantatlon Co ....
raptfVeo Surar Co....
Wri.uku Snrar Co ,. . .
Waimauato Sagar Co.
Waimaa Su ar Mill Co
tnltr-tatawl Stum N Co
Hawaiian Klrctilc Co..
Hon RT I. Co torn
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlka lubber Cn
Nahitti Rubber Co Aaa.
OahuKft I. Co
Hon B ft MCo:..,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Hiw Ter .pel Hire Cl
HawTei t PC,.,,....
Haw Govt $ pc
Haiku Sugar Co ape
Ham. Ditch Co .
upper Ditcti tt
RKCo Con pr
lloil R 1 ft uioop c
Kakuka P.aot Co p c.
H'W " .
0hu RJkJ-Cotuc .,
rUu5fliar Co jpc ..
OtaA Sutar Co 6 p c. ,
Pac- Su. Mill Co. l
Puis Plautattoii Co ....
Plonetr Mill Co 6 p e ..
"BaleB Uetween Boards: $2000 Hon.
II. T. ft I.. 6s.-$107. Session: 5 Olau,
Lstoit suqsr quotation 3.92 cents.
Xmas Gf ts that Please
most arc those that give the most lasting Comfort and
Satisfaction. COMFORT! That's the thing! You'll
find it in the things that you use and wear Every Day or
Every Night. Our
Of Silk and Meroerized Materials
have nothing Flashy about them as a Christmas Present, but a man will get more COM
FORT out of them than lots of other things and he will always think pleasant things
of the donor. See them on display.
C'l ' HP.u., King St., near Fort St.
Dilva s 1 oggery, Ph'one 65 1
Sugar 3.92 Cents
Beets. JO 1 I -2d
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co.,
Stack atd Bohd .Department
Members Honolulu Stock and' Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Mana (er.
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8TS.
. TEU PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
STUFFED FIGS and DATES; QLACE FRUITS; STUFFED PRUNES;
MARR0NS GLACE; CRYSTALLIZED GINGER ; SALTED ALMONDS and
PECANS; NUT MEATS; MALAGA RAISINS; JORDAN and VALENCIA
ALMONDS; SMYRNA FIOS; BON BONi; GREEN XMAS TREES and
ORNAMENTS. ' ' '
LEWIS 4 CO., Ltd.,
EAT CHOWDER AND
DANCE WITH MYRTLES
Thulyrllo Boat Club's chowder nnd
dance tomorrow night ut the Mtuua
hotel will not conflict with tho "do
ings" of thu Outrigger Club. Tho Out
riggers will have u considerable lxir
Hon of their events during thu after
noon and early evening, nnd it Is per
fectly fenslblo for one lu enjoy both
events. Extra elaborate preparation!)
i-ro being madu by the Myrtles fur
their chief dish, nnd they are past
masters of this particular feature ot
the culinary art. At t) o'clock the danc
ing will begin. There will be a full
moon, the weather will bo cool enough
for pleasant djncing,(thu music will bo
1G9 KINO STREET.
THE FOOD SPECIALISTS.
. TELEPHONE 240.
Honolulu Construction and Diaying Co.,
' LIMITED. ''
QENERAL CONTRACTORS , 1
PI10NE, OFFICE 281. P 0 BOX 154. .
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. lrwin& r ui.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock,, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil. Eta. SAFE 110VIVO k gPJ
CIALTY . . .. . . ....
Everything that can b; bought in a French establishment
can bp bough't in our department, handling imported and
domestic cheese, anchovies, sardines, pickles, 'fish, butter,
Metropolitan Meat Co.. Ltd.
Phone 45 '
The Hoard of License Commlsslon
cis for the County of Ouhu will hold
u meeting ut the Executive IlulldtiiK
on Monday, January 4, 1908, at 1
p. m., to consider tho application ot
l. MKDKIItOS for a Wholesale 1,1-
censo to sell Intoxicating liquors at
the premises known as the "Wqlaluu
Wine Company Liquor Store," Kenu-
wal, Wulalua, Oahu, under the pro
visions of Act 119, Session Laws ot
All protests 'or objections against
the Issuance of a license under Bald
application should be (lied with thu
Secretary of the Hoard not later t'linn
tlurtlme set for said hearing.
A. J, CAMI'IIELL,
" Secretary, Hoard of License
1171 Dec. 1, 11, 18, 25.
Tho Iteptiblicait Supervisors elect
held a meeting last etentng in the or
(ice of A. j. C. Atkinson, at which a
draft ot a set of rule's for the Board
was tho subject of discussion. The
new rules are based on those now In
foico, but have been modifier! so as to
iiilt thu conditions of tho nuw char
Louis (Hush gains iiolnt in decision
of .tlpi appellate curt.
Drown leather bag, containing- mon
ey and papers. Ilewurd at this or
NEW - TO-DAY
NEW - TO-DAY
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
We take plensuro In announcing
that Mr. Louis J. Warren has benn
admitted' as a partner in the' law
firm of SMITH & LEWIS.
December 1, 1908.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
A. LEWIS JR.,
L. J. WARREN.
A Street in Old
At- the Chinese Church,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
DAY and EVENING
DEC. 11 AND 12, 1908.
Benefit Chinese Church, Kindergar
ten and Y. M. 0. A.
A Nn. 1 White Leghorn rooster. No,
1911 South King St. 4171-tt
Oriental, American, and Hawaiian
Articles For Sale.
Interesting and Characteristic Street
Dinner and Luncheon a la'Chinois.
Varied Entertainment Offered.
ADMISSION, 25c; CHILDREN, '10c.
Jjr If a'B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad.,failt
to tell it for you, throw it awayl .
Ten cood unto hacks. Phone C '
The Hawaiian band played at Fort
Shatter yesterday, afternoon.
Tho Jurors In 'Judge; Robinson's court
lilive boon excused until January 4.
Meals served a', ull hours at the
New England Bakery. Ibitel streot,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of,. IV, .will
meet In P)thlan Hall at 7:30 this evening.
There will be a meeting of Honolulu
1-odKO 01 C, B. P. O, E.. at 7:30 this
evening In Elks Hall, King nnd Fort
Hare your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., sgonts,
The appraisers ot tho estate of tho
lato Mary Uamo Hall completed their
report, naming the value of thu estate
to be S13C877.C0.
Try a Royal Annex oyster loaf.
At the men's meeting at the SL
Andrew's Cathedral this evening Rev.
W. H. Bliss will speak on "Clod's Pur
pose in the World."
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny ti Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12G6 Fort at. Phone 4S5.
A business meeting of the Christian
Endeuvor Society of Central Union
Church will be held tills evening at
7:30 p. m. In tho new Parish house.
H. P. Baldwin donated 1100 for tho
benefit of the Japanese church at Pun-
none, Maul. It is expected that hu
will also give an organ for the church.
Members ot tho Hawaiian Engineer--
ing Association can pay their dues to
the financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
The Republican Supervisors-elect
met with Chairman Jack Atklnsonand
Secretary A. D. Castro of the Territor
ial Central Committee, at Atkinson's
ndlco last night. ,
Henry May & Co. rocelvol by tho
Alameda this morning nil tho Califor
nia fresh fruits and vegetables in sea
son. Rose, and Puritan, ImUer, and froz
en Eastern oysters. Phono 22.
No higher chargo is madu for glasses
accurately, and becomingly Otto-t by A.
N. Sanftfrd, manufactured optician,
than fori tho rpady-modo hnd 111 fitting
kind. Office In Uosto; building.
An executive n-tctlng of tho Repub
lican County Commlttco bus liven
called lor tomorrow afternoon at 12:30
o'clock. The meeting will bo held In
the offlco ot Chairman A. V. Judd.
Sunnysldq Milk, one of tho purest
nnd best condensed milk's on tho mar
ket, Is low' In price, becausu It Is niadu
In Immense quantities by tlio largest
concern ot Its kind In America. Ask
your grocer for It.
The most successful ChrlBtmas pres
ents tiro those, that givu their owners
the most comfort and lasting satisfac
tion. That is Just what our naiamas
of silk and mercerised materials will
(tl G'llUn'a ISinu.,1
,v. J.,,kn ,vbBgj,
High Sheriff Henry stated jesterday
that ho signed tho petition for a con
test of the election of Jos. Fern for
Mayor because hu thought Willie
Crawford was an election official In
thu precinct wheru thu alleged frauds
Acting Attorney C16nqral Whitney
tins rendered an opinion to tho De
partment of Public Works that wheic
the grade of a street is changed the
Gbb Company must pay tho expense
of chnnglng Ita mains, oven if thu
mains weru nut In before thu Jiilerml-
natton to cnangu tho grade' w.u mn-le.
Where it the Royal Annex Signt
A. F. Judd, who has Just returned
Ironi Huwall, suggests tho propriety of
r ntting monument to mark the birth
place of Kamohamcha HI. at Koauliou,
the very Bpot' whero hu wus born be
ing pointed out. Tho holuu or slide
tullt by tho young prince and 'used by
htm Is also pointed out. The owner ot
tho land, It Is said, Is willing to coop
erate In this mnttcr.
While a Rapid Transit car was
rounding a curvo nt tho cornor of Pen
sacola and Lunalllo .streets last even
ing, n Japanese woman, without
thyme, reason or ringing thu bell, dart
ed pt of thu sldu of the car, landing
on her back. Shu was picked up, and
as sho showed nn sign ot Injury was
told not to Jump In future until tho
car stopped, The escapo from Injury
was narrow, ns the car was going at u
Quantity and Quality of
Three timet the quantity and a light of better quality
secured' by the use of the new
WITHOUT ANY INCREASE IN THE COST.
Hawaiian Electric, Company, Ltd.
to have the best toda water at your table. We don't claim
everything for ours; it stands for Itself and is'admittelly
the 'best on earth. We deliver.
Consolidated So'da Water Works Co., Ltd.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR BEWAIL A
PARR0TT ft CO., 'Ban Franclioo.
CO., Bath. Maiat;
Filling and Gr&ding '
The wet weather will toon be on. Yon should have jour ,mandi
filled in before the winter rains iuit in. We have earth nlllaf for tale
at REASONABLE PRICES. raONE.890
P. M. Pond. Contractor
Sale will continue
brought out art immense crowd, and everybody
ing at the Wonderful Bargains. The Sale w
the balance of thi,s week, and there are' many bargains left
for'the luck'y'buyer. Per Friday's Alameda we shall receive
many beautiful CHRISTMAS GOODS, which will be on dis
play next week.
ASK TO SEE THE REAL
Rose Hat Pins
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE BY US.
They are wonderful works of art, and make a
choice and beautiful gift.
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