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EVENING ntrt.LETIN, HONOLHHT. T. It., FRIDAY, DEC. I, 1003.
Light xoled shoes
arc for fair weather,
find it'i damaging to
them and to their own
ers to wear them in
the rain. '
Oct yourself a pair
of WET WEATHER
SHOES. We have the
celebrated HAN AN
SHOE and other makes
in DOUBLE SOLES,
made to withstand the
wet and mud.
Our wide range of
styles and prices in
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
FOBT STHEET. A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
A Copley Print
Is the proper
thing for a wed
ding present 6r
' 932-838 FORT STREET.
STUFFED FIOS and DATES; QLACE FRUITS; STUFFED PRUNES:
MABRONS QLACE; CRYSTALLIZED GINGER; SALTED ALMONDS and
PECANS; NUT MEATS; MALAGA RAISINS; JORDAN and VALENCIA
ALMONDS; SMYRNA FIGS; BON BONS; .GREEN XMAS TREES and
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.,
THE FOOD SPECIALISTS.
169 XING STREET.
Honolulu Construction and Qraying Co.,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. v
PHONE, OFFICE 281. p. o BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & 0 Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White' and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, 'Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPF
Everything that can be bought in a French establishment
can be bought in our department, handling imported and
domestio cheese, anchovies, sardines, pickles, flsh, butter,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
ii ji jm an
TO CHECK PESTS
All Imported plants which arc In
fected with pests will ho scUed nnd
destrojed by duly mtthorlzcd agents
of tho Hoard of Agriculture nt the
ports of entry, In tho Territory of
Huwnli. In order' tu enforco the Inw,
rcctlon 38G, paragraph 12, of tho He
vlscd Laws, tho Hoard of' Agricul
ture, nt Its meeting yesterday after
noon, authorized Its ofllcliils to wilto
fto tlio' several Hoards of Supervisors
In tho different Counties, asking
them to Instruct tho pollco authori
ties to render assistance In checking
and preventing tho importation of
plants infected with pests.
Tho Hoard, after hearing tho re
ports of the commlttco of tho ento
mological division, decided that It
was necessary to prevent tho spread
of tho pests and to chock tho Impor
tation of plants which nro Infected
with j)est8, some of which nro entire
ly new so far as Hawaii is concern
ed, to tho omclnts of tho.ttitomolog
The reports of Jacob Kotinsky, su
perintendent of entomology, stated
flint 22 parcels of turnips infested
with cabbage maggot and covered
swlth noil, were burned. Tho totnl
Inspection covered 16,772 parcels and
C77 lots, Tho Inspection of bees and
honey vas. delegated to Mr. Van Dine,
tho entomologist of tho Federal Ex
periment Station. Kotinsky asked
Hint the salary of his assistant ho
raised from $7G to $100 per month,
hut his request was deferred until
D. Houghs, forest nurseryman, re
ported that ,)777 plant wcro sont out
to various schools to bo pluntcd In
school grounds on Arbor Day, No-
Dr. Norgaard, (licTorrltorluJ vet
erinarian, who nftonjdcli thoVonfer
ence held In Washington, wade n
lengthy report of his division. Ho
lead the following letter:
Hcfcrrlng to your letter of the 13th
ult with enclosures iclntivc to tho
action of the Hawaiian Territorial
Government, resulting from tho np
peninnco of, glanders among mules
shipped from .California after they
had failed to rcat;t ti tho mullein
test, its action In placing n twenty
ono days' quarantine'1 on nil horso
stock coming from or through Cali
fornia, although unfortunate for thq,
llvo-Btocl: exports of that State, Is.
however, apparently tho only Bnfo
rmirso which It could havo pursued
in order to provont tho posslblo Im
portation of Blundered nnlmnfs. ,
This matter of glnndcrcd stock In
California was also called to the at
tention of Dr. Charles Kcanc, Sta'to
Veterinarian, by this bureau. Dr.
Kenne states that ho Is Instituting a
campaign for tho suppiesslon of glan
ders in that State as far ns tho
amount of money appropriated will
permit. For tho Sillier & Lux ranch,
from which tho animals oilginatcd
which developed glanders after Innd
Ing In Hawaii, Dr. Kcano has secured
ono thousand doses of bureau mallclu
to test their animals.
Dr. (Icorgo S. Hakcr, inspector In
chargi, San Francisco, and Dr. A. E.
Rlchol, Inspector Jn charge, Los An
golci, have been requested to render
Dr. Kcano ull posslblo assistance.
(Signed) A, D. MBLVIN, ,
Chief of lluronu.
I'resent nt tho meeting wcro C. 8.
Holloway, chairman; V. M. dlffard,
Paul Iscnhcrg, Dr. Norganrd, and
Harry von Holt.
"Medals mean merit
Highest award's Chicago
1893; I'arls 1900; Bt. Louis
1904; New Orleans 1883."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Lid.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES
Consignees ordering freight by
balling vessel nio hereby notified that
the Ilktnc. "Coronado" will go on
tho loading berth at San Finnclsco
on thoMSth Inst, and will bo dis
patched for Honolulu on or about
tho 3tst lust.
WM. (1. Ill WIN & CO., LTD..
Agents, lll.Uu. "('omiindu."
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HONOLULU STOCK FXCHAN6E
HONOLULU. Die. 5.1203
. aurSTOCf 'clHI ti Bl,l
Z Btc ft Co . WOfltc I'm VW
Kwa Plantation Co .... V0nn.(n jo a, jr,i
Hawaiian Amlc. Co,... t.vnni m ijjiJ
Maw Com Sue C .. -MIS," In t)
Hawaiian Suar Co.,. J,iVn it . , .......
HoncmuSmatCo .... 7't.ii In) liT'f
HonoVaaSiiearCo, . S.IWV") X II j;
Haiku -Surar Co ...... hnno i
Ilulclilaon Siiear Plant. oiicm) n "-
Kahuku PUM.atlon Co i..V '.' I lit .
Kckaha Sue-Co :p.ii i .- ,..
Koloa Suiar Co .'),mi lir,
McllrydcSuaarCo.... V'lO.Il l .1 V,
Oat. Sut.r Co MHtlfH) ill n', .
Onoma Sugar Co .... Um.iM yi
OokolaSutar Plant Co .VM0 ai 13 Vj
OlA5utrColJ(t .... Miioimi ai I',
UlowalnCo in.no I'
Taaliau Sugar riant Co V"".""' !" a)
Patlfic Sugar Mill "' l
Pala Plantation Co .... "rtiao Ion
Pcpnkfn Suiar Co...." TAimjii,)
PlA-arMlllCo 4Wii ll. M
W.lalua Agile Co...... Ii.ii inn V. hi
WrnukuSna-arCo .... 1,..'I 10) ... wi
WalmanaloSigar Co.. il'10ii IT". .. .
WilimaSwlt Mill Co li'.' III) l" .. ..
MISCRLLANFOOS . ,
Inter Mand Steam N Co IrVKl.Wl i u",
MawallaiiKleotrlcCo.. ! I' .-. .......
Hon U T ; I. Co Prd Mumi I
Hon RT& I. Co Com ','"" l' .
Mutual Taleplion. Co ' 1" Hi ....
Nahlku Rtbfier Co., ,
Paid Up ..... WW 11"
Nalukii Rubber Co.Aaa. ,.,, .. a)
OaliuR&LCo lkWIW) lln pn ..
HlloKKCo l,mjn.uo ji
HonPiMCo- H.Urt l .. jo
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. IWMTO ) r.JS
Maw Ter pc ' - ,
MawTtraHpr .... .
Maw Tar pc . -
Haw Govt ape - .
Ca.ReftSiigftkelCo.rp: .. Im kijjj
Haiku Sugar Co. pc
Mam. Ditch Co ,
Upper Pitch 6a ..
Maw Sugar Co A p c M
Mllo R KCo Con 6 pc ..... ti.
Houakaa Sugar ro Cpc. .... .m. lai .....
Hon R T kl Co 6 p c . !''.)i ......
Kakuku P.ant Cn4 pc. . .- . ,...m
MrUrvdrS CiVate. . l(
Oahu R& LCo.pc .. ..... .
OahuSngar Co pc .. ... ... lt
CIaaSugarCo6pc. -... ..
Pac- Suit. Mill Co, 6a ... . n
Vala Plantation Co .... .. ......
Pioneer Mill Co 6 rrc .. . . ... If,
VVatatua grlr Co t p e . ... .... Irfl
Sales lletwccn Jloards: tlO.000 H.
II. II. Con (Is, S8.; 101) Cwa, $20.25.
Session: 13 Oahu Sue;., $28; $1000
Olaa Cs, $37.50; $1000 Oha lis, $07.
Dividends Dec. 5r 1907: Haw. C.
& S. Co., 80c. share: Oiioiiiea. B per
cent; Honnmu, 2 per cent.
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents.
"Sugar 3.92 dents
ilenry Waterhouss Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Members Honolulu Slock and Bond
WIllJAM, WILLIAMSON. .YUiaier,
FORt AN&-MEKCHANT 8T3,
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE -4.
I'crauibulatlnK (IfIi wagons may ou
tho next thing here In Hue with t!u
(lull bttslllUKS. Tho .MpaiU'So Il.-.':Cf'ou'
Company Istho latHtt rmicprrs to on
ti r tho business, nml tho posslhllio
tills company's cqulppliiK a numh.'r of
men wiNt nsh-wagiins to iinsh nroiind
tho streotti was anniiiiiicfd at tho
Hoard of Henllh meutlng jestefduy nf
luriition. A piotcst ft out llto Kniihii
matin Imiirovoinunt Club ng'tlnst Itm
cstabllshuicnt of a fish m,trkit nt-ln-lependenro
Hull on Khu Htrcct was
real. Tho petition showed how th,o
market thoru would bu a detriment to
tho wholo city. A. I C. Atkinson, at
lomoy for tho company, slated to
Mink I'. Hoblnwn that tho ronip.tuy
was now planning to soctiro n slto
which faces tin Queen sltret near tho
ono now ufciI on King Mrcet,
W. O. 8MITH'8 8UOGE3TION.
V. O. Smith has suggested to (he
Piomotlon Commlttco that ttwy tnko
further stnis.to prnutoto 111.) mall
farm Idea ns relates to the tuHlvntlon
hero of tropical products, wofklng In
conjunction 'with tho Fcdornl Rxpoil
ment Station. Jlr. Sml'h writes- In
"Tho suggestion I wish to nsalsu )
that tho work' of tho United 8ta?uK Ag
ricultural Experiment Station ieo
should bo. oxtonded and exHr,nion(h
mado in different localltlos witn vrod
ucts which, havo proved succtwfiil In
such countries as Java, Ccjisn, tho
MEN'S BIBLE CLA86.
Continuing tho dlhcusslon of tho f.'il
Testament histories, Dr. J. T. GuMek
will on Sunday morning at tho jlcu'a
I'lblo Class, at Central Union ChuMi,
present what might ho railed "Tho
Evolution Theory of Creation." I'ow
men nro so well ipialltled to spepV nt
this subject ami ills statemonc should
bo of unusual Intel nM and help to nil
who have found dlfflcultlis with tlife
Oeuesls accounts of Iho cruatl.m. Dr
Clullck Tcquosts that tho mitn como
prepared to ask questions. An men,
whether legular attendants nt tho
class or not nro Invited. The hour Is
fiom 1ft to 11 o'clock.
ALMEIDA In JIinolulu, Hnwall, Do-
rcmbcr 4, 1908, to Mr. and Mit.-. M,
Almvlda, a, son
IHJItOKSS At Children's Hosplfil,
San Francisco, California, CiLtol or
27, 1008. to tho wiro of Dr deiugo"
Waldo llurgt;8s, a daughter.
tmr BULLETIN ADS PAY -mm
Cottar pin. engraved "C. C. C." Will
th llmli'i l.luill) leave at llullntlu
Xmas Gifts that Please
most are 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 Mercerized Materials
have nothing Flaihy about them as a Christinas Present, but a innn will get more COM
FORT out of tlium than lots of other things and he will always think pleasant things
of the donor. Sec them on display.
oiiva s i
LOCAL AND iENESiL
TiaBulletinWant Ad. fails
to sell it for you, throw it away!
Ten good unto hacks. Phono C.
Meals served n. all hours at the
New England Bakery. HOtol street.
Otmntil. tho outlaw leper, will tako
his wife, to Molokal with him as his
Tako your carriage or nutomobllo
to Hawaiian Carrlngo Mantg. Co., for
up-to-dato repairs. '
Tnt jurors in Jtnlgo HtiDiiisnn s
court nro excused to December 8 and
not to Jnmitry 4 ns was published.
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired nt Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
rort and .Mercliunt streets, lcie
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be nurjiriscd at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Foed Co.. kgents.
A. child four years old was reported
by Dr. H. Hayes to havo died Thursday-
at thu Kaplolanl dirts' Home of
Superintendent Madden of the inlllj
ai ii)Kitiait. vvtiii was in town mr ti
lew ilan past, is n brother of the cap
tain of Iho Dieadnottght
Try a Royal Annex oyster loaf.
Circulars havu been received from
tho manufacturers announcing that
Sllvn's Toggery Is tho cxrltislvo agent
qfor Knox hats in Honolulu.
On installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family notary
sewing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents. 12fiu Fort St. Phone 485.
Collector of Internal Itovenuo W F,
Drnko loft by tho Manna Urn jester
day for Maul to go over that Island
im his regular tour of inspection.
Members of the Hawaiian Kiiglncrr
lug Association can pty their dues to
the financial seen tary at Evening
Hulletln any day between 13 and 1.
Aloha Temple of tho Mstlt Hhrlno
will unci In Maninlc Temple, this
evening for the annual ch-ctlnn of otll
eers. Installation of onlc'TH litl.l Hie
conferring of thu degreo of Aaron's
A. V Ooir hns!e")iinilted llio'Attlng
Attornrjy (Ji'iicrjl'ns to whulhcr iiiuIit
Us frortclilty;. Iho, HtpliJ Tiam-lt Cone
piny does not havo to rtop Its cars
at any point at which u parreuger may
wish to alight.
.lame's A Thoihpbon, tho liquor deal
er, was knocked iloyn by an nulonio
bllo In San Frauclhcn und sulTereil it
broken leg, and wus sent to St, Mary's
Hospital. Ho exvct(ii Id return by
Hit) Alameda, but this mishap pio
vented. Harry Armltage, tho broker, leaves
today for San Francisco on Iho Korea,
his flrst visit to tho mainland since
his arrival hero In tho early 80's. Ills
sudden decision lo go to San Francisco
Is mainly through thu advice of ItU
'illtls for tho loads- In tho l'upukea
homestends were opened by tho Super
intendent of Public Works jestcrday,
Theodore, Bowman was the only bid
der, his bid being $2880 for the On.t
bcctlon and $6897 for tho second, while
the, amount available, for tho wholo Is
Where is the Royal Annex Sign?
Tho pamphlctB advocating the selec
tion oj Hnwall nB the plncu to no il tn-j
1910 summer scsbIoii of Iho American
Association for tho Advancei.iPi.i of
8clenco will go forward on tho noxt
mall to Dr L. O. Howard of lulling
ton, secretary of thu A. A. A. 8. Tills
Is tho dual argument In tho case.
Thu Kllohuna Art Lcngtio will ho
open today from 9 a. m. to p, in , and
from 7:30 to 9 In tho evening ait!
ever) body Is Invited to call and In
spect tho paintings. Tho colored plato
photographs mado by" Dr. Ilrlnckcrhnf!
und Mr. Hartley lewed at night by
Olectilc light are extremely attractive.
President-elect Tnft has written to
Ocorgd' P. Donlson, of thu O. It. & 1
Co.", acknowledging tho receipt of u
it-ttor or congratulation on his election
und thanking Mr, Denlsnn for tho ex
pressions of good will and congratula
tions convoyed. Mr Denlsnn was nu
Bcqiinlntanct) of Mr Tnft when tho
latter was starting nut In life as an at
torney lu Cincinnati.
Judgo Kingsbury stoled at Iho meet
ing of iho Men's League )sterilny that
iho new- municipal bill grained little
power to tho cltj, Iho facts being that
tho coiporatlon was now- a body with
out Ijlood, without tho power to nilse
money by taxation, and without the
power of borrowing money. Klugsbiii)
picdletul many legal iiiiltti befoio the
illillriilllPH of Iho hill won- IHull)
Quantity and Quality of
Three times the quantity and a lijht of better quality
. secured by the use of the new
WITHOUT ANY INCREASE IN THE COST.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
It's a Good Thing
to have the best soda wntcr at your table. We don't claim
everything for ours; it
the best ou earth. We
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph A. Oilman,,
bHIPl'INO AND COMMISSION, MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEW ALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROT! & CO., San Franciieo.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather, will soon be on. -You should have yonr grounds
filled in before thr winter rains et in. Wc have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. ' PHONE 890
" P M. Pond. Contractor
TUESDAY, THE OPENING DAY OF OUR
brought out an immense crowd, and everybody was explain
ing at the Wonderful Bargains. The Sale will continue
the balance of this week, and there are many bargains left
for the lucky buyer. Per Friday's Alameda wc shall receive
many beautiful CHRISTMAS C00DS, which will be tm dis
play next week.
ASK TO SEE THE REAL
Rose Hat Pins
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE 3Y US.
They are wonderful walks of art, and make a very
choice and beautiful gift.
phone 65 j
stands for itself and is admittedly
Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
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