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feVENtNd RUtLETIN, HONOLtTMJ, T. I!., THURSDAY, bEC. 10, 1908.
A Handsome Present
with every purchase of shoes for boys and girls from now
till Christmas. An clcjant HAND MIRROR, handsomely en
cased in leather.
We have the FINEST and LARGEST stock of Boys'
mid Girls' Shoes that can be found in the city.
The Boys' Shoes ore mannish, the girls' Shoes have a
delicate shape and style that is very attractive.
MdNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
Head that Christmas. List with
for the Children and a
for the grown-ups
Both t'o be had at
932-938 FORT STREET.
1 Poultry for Christmas
1 Place Your Orders Today '
I Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
i Phone 45 i
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STUFFED FIGS and DATES; GLACE FRUITS; STUFFED PRUNES'
MARRONS GLACE; CRYSTALLIZED GINGER;. SALTED ALMONDS and
PECAN3;IUT MEATS; MALAGA RAISINS; JORDAN and VALENCIA
ALMONDS; SMYRNA FIGS; BON DONS: GREEN XMAS TREES and
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
THE FOOD SPECIALISTS.
169 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 210.
BEE; KEEPERS WANT
tariff ON HONEY
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
' PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & P Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc, SAFE MOVINO A SET
Expict To Produce About
One Thousand Tons
a Year '
In Ills report to the Hawaiian Hoc
Keepers' Association yealorilay after
noon, President A. V. Judd vorbally
raid tint so far ns known there nro
i (i foul liroodH nmoni; tho Hawaiian
l.ci'B, that steps had boon taken to
citiarantlno Imported queen bees I')
prevent the importation 'of any spec
imens of diseased royalty. Ilo iug
Rented that the association should try
to Interest tho local buyers to patron
ize the homo hoc industry, thereby en
InrfilnR the market for Hawaiian
Tho Association expects to produce
mio thousand tons of honey annually.
iTic local bee men purpose to so nr
rango that the honey may he market
ed nil.! sold by, and through tho med
ium of one concern, Instead of selling
It Individually, ns In r.ic case now,
The question of tariff revision was
also dwelt tiion by the President, who
urges the maintenance of the present
tariff protection. The National Asso
ciation asked for a tariff of 27 cents n
gallon on honey and 10 cents a pound
A portion of n letter addressed to
the Chamber of Commerce, state that
tho honey product Is not perishable
nnd could he stored for n considerable
length of time. Less than GO per cent
of tho land of these Islands, suitable
for bee pasturage, was now occupied
by apiaries. Tho Hawaiian Hcekeop-
ors' Association feels tf.at It Is of
vital Importnncu that no reduction In
the honey tariff bo made, and that en
couragement should bo given those en-
Mtgcd In nplctiltureJn Hawaii, to make
tho bco Industry ono of the most
proflta'blu propositions in tho Islands.
Miy reduction In tho honey tariff would
ruin tho beekeeping Industry In Ha
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
; Bftw.r C4.
Rwk ritnuilan Co ....
Hw Com ft Suit Co
(Ttwlliati Sugar Co. . .
llonomu Sugar C ....
Mormkaa Sugar Co . ..
Halkn Suirr Co
Hnlchlion Sugar Plant.
Kanuau HlAtuaiimi a-o
Ktkalia Sua- Ci. ...
Klpatiulu Sugar Co... .
Mr. tlryHaSugar Co ....
(ah!tnaiir Co.. ..
Onomca Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ul ....
I1IOWIIU en...,. ......
PaalKii Sugar f l.nt Co
Prpfrkm Sugar Co....
Wrimku Sugar Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co..
Walmt a Sugar Mill Co
InltflilAiid Slranl N Co
Hawaiian Ktteltle Co.,
Mm, R T ft I. Co Prtl
Hon RT ft I. Co Com
Mutual TcltplKMia Co
NntiiVu Rubhrr Co.A..
OahuRft I. Co
H1I0K K Co
Hon K ft MCo:
Hawaiian Plncapjilc Co.
Haw TT4 pe
HawTcr 1- pc
Haw Gov't pc
daiku Sugar Co 6 pi
Ham. Dllch Co ,
Uppw Ditch M
Haw Sugar Co ft p c... .
HII0RRC0 Con 6 PC
Honakaa Sujrtr co. (Inc.
Kahuku P.ant Co fl p c,
MrBrvil. S Cn'atf, .
Oaliu Kft I.Coeuc ..
Oahu Sugar Co ape ..
p'aa Sugar Co p c. .
Pac Sug. Mill Co, 61
Tala Plarriallon Cu ....
dourer Mill Co tpc.i
Walalua crlCo IPC
Xmas Gifts that Please
most are those that give the most lasting Comfort and
Sitisfactiprr COMFORT! hatfs thething! 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 Plaihy about. them as a Christmas Pressnt, but a man will get more COM
FORT out of them than lots of other thine and he will always think pleasant things
of the donor. Se ; them on display.
Cil.,,. T'-a King St., near Fort St.
bilva s 1 oggery, pnone 65i
GETS ILEET MEDAL
Japanese Consul General S. Uyciio.
who received from his home Govern
ment ono of tho medals especially (ic,
slgnod nn el made in commemoration
of the American Atlantic Fleet's lslt
to Japan, is wearing It on his coat.
He Buys that It Is more valuable to
him than any other decorations of
similar description. He also receiv
ed copies of the official program,
printed for tho reception of tho Fleet.
It Is beautifully made, hearing the
crossed flairs of the United States and
Japan. Tho chrysanthemum, tho na
tional flower of Japan, nnd roses nre
Intortwlned, showlnp; the friendly 10
lutlonshlp existing between tho two
great countries. ,
On ono of tho postal cards rccchcd
hero nppeurs tho picture of Admiral
Sperry, rommander-ln-chlcf of tho
Atlantic Fleet. It Is surmounted by
an ear-lo, whoso wings spread majes
tically ovor tho portrait of tho Ad
tnlrul, whoso name is revered by the
subjects of the Kmpcrnr of Japan. Tho
Align of tho two nations, both nation
al nnd naval, aro also given conspic
uous places on the enrd. Tho rnrds
wero printed by tho Department of
Ono of tho nnval nfllccrs attached
to the Atlantic Fleet Is Lieutenant'
Viscount H. Tumura of tho Imperial
navy. Ho wan attached to Admiral
Walnwright'a Second Division. Melt
tennnt Tiimurn Is well known here,
hnvlng visited Honolulu two years
ago as chler of staff to Admiral To
mlokn, who commcmfcil ih'o Japanese
squadron, '' ' "' ij
Tho loom of the sergeant ejf the
Kiuird In tho sheds at tho, Naval Sta
tion, him been completely refitted und
er tho supervision of Captain Fay, tho
commnndnnt of tho Murlno Kacnmp
nient. Tho wallH havn been BOdivil
up nnd tho room Is now not only hab
itable, hut conifortabld as well.
Sales Detwccn Boards; 100 Kwa,
?2G.7S; 35.000 Hllo it. It. Cnnsol. ns.
J90; 100 Kwa, 2i.75. Session: 100
Oahu Sug. Co., $28.25; 100 Oahu Sug.
Co., JJ8.23; 500 Walalua us, 1100; 5
Hllo It. R., $14.
Dividends I'anuhau, 2.'c share;
Wulluku, 1 per cent; Hutchinson, 20e
Latest sugar quotation 3.86 cents or
(77.20 per ton.
Sugar 3.86 Cents
Beets. 10s, ;
Henry WaterhoHss Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Membtra Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Mut.
FORT AND MENCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Lady's black coat. Howard at this
NEW - TO-DAY
CORPORATION HOTICE. '
H. Hackfeld & Company, limited.
Notice Is hereby given that the An
nual Meeting of the Shareholders of
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., was held at
Honolulu on the Uth day of Decem
ber, lltOS, and that the following gen
tlemen nro tho olllcers of suld Com
pany for the ensuing year;
J. F. Hackfeld President
W. Pfotenhauer Vice President
F. Klamp Director
J, F. Humburg Director
Geo. Rodiek Director
II. P. F. Schultze Treasurer
F. W. Klebnlm . . , Secretary
F. Klamp Auditor
(S.) P. V. ICI.KBAHN,
IN THK ClllCl'IT COURT OFTIIH
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers; ' In Probuto.
In tile Matter of tho Kstate of An
tonio J. Lopes, Deceased. 'Order of
Notlco of Hearing Petition for AIlow
iiiuo of Final Accounts, Distribution,
nnd Discharge. On rending nnd filing
the petition und accounts of lllshop
Trust Company, Limited, an Hnwnll
an corporation, administrator with
tho will annexed of thp cstato of
Antonio J. Lopes, luto of Walnlua,
Island and County of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, deceased, wherein It naks
to he allowed $215.97 and charges It
self with I77t.7tl, and asks that tho
sumo may be examined nnd approved,
nnd that it flunl order may he made
of a pro rata distribution of tho
property remaining in Its hnmls
nmongst tho creditors of said cstnto
whoso clalniH amount In ''the aggre
gate to tho sum of J 1007.8 'and 'dis
charging It nnd Its suretlos from nil
further responsibility ns such admin
istrator with tho will annexed: It l
ordered that Thursday, the 14th day
of January, 1909, at nino o'clock a.
m., before the Judge of said court it
the court room of said court at Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, be and tho samo
hereby' Is appointed ns tho time and
place for hearing said petition nnd
accounts, mid that nil persons Inter
ested may then and there appear and
show cause. If any they have, why
tho sumo should not ho grnntcd, and
may present evidence us to who aro
entitled to tho said property. Also
that notlco of this order shall bo pub
lished unco a week In the livening
llulletln, a newspaper prllited and
published in Honolulu aforesaid, for
three successive weeks, the last pub
lication tone not'less than two weeks
pievlous to the time therein appoint
ed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 10th day
of December, 1908,
(Sgd.) J. T. I)K HOLT,
Fist Judge, Clieult Court, First
(Sgd.) JOII IIATCIIKLOIt. Clerk.
Holmes ft titanic). Altys. for I'ctl
tinner. 4179 Dec 10, 17. 24, 31.
LOCAL AND tENEIAL
Perhaps the greatest dividends ever
paid on small investments are paid
to Bulletin want advertisers.
Ten good auto hacks. Phono 0.
Take nur carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
, Try a Royal Annex oyster loal.
Deputy Attorney General l.aniach
If expected to return from Hllo next
Marshal Hendry has Bcrved most of
the hundred and odd respondents In
tho Walklkl condemnation proceed
Have your typewriter and machines
repairod at Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd..
Fort and Merchant streets, tele
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrston Campbell and Land Commis
sioner Pratt left for Kauul at noon to
day. Judge Do Roll o enroled tho demur
ler In the case of tho Oriental Trust
Company vs, C. Wliiam and othcrri jes
t ci day.
On Installments of S3 per month you
enn purchase u White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Denny t Co.. Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort St. Phone 4S8,
Members of tho Hawaiian Knglnccr
Ing Association can pay their dues to
the financial secretary at livening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
A bottlo of toilet water or extract
Is always acceptable to a lady as a
Christinas gift. Rcnson, Smith Co.
have a largo assortment of these articles.
The ladles of Honolulu aro especial
ly lnllcd to call and Inspect the now
lino of winter hats and trimmings at
Dunn's lint Shop, Fort and Uerotnnla
Wireless Expert Isbell is reported to
liao found tho arc nlthln which a
high-powered wireless stntlon on Ha
waii cm bo properly located. Ho is
In (own again.
L. Ahoy on Nuiianu street has Just
opened Jils now lino of Christ man
goods. Somo very pretty shirtwaist
designs, new ribbons and fancy lnco
curtalnn nro in the assortment.
Wo nro offering for sulo a lot of
slightly spoiled ladles and children's
underwear ut one-fourth tho original
values. Now ginghams, dress goods,
handkerchiefs nnd toys. Jordan's.
Where is the Royal Annex Sign!.
Ruby glasses all shapes and sizes,
mnko excellent Xmas gifts. Watch
our operator engrnvo your name or
Initials whllo you wait. Curio Den
npposlto Concent. Prlco 10c and up
wards. Chad man Atkinson of tho Tunitorl
al Central Committee und Chairman
Clarcneo Crahbo ol the County Cen
tral, Committee of tho Ropuhllcau
party had an Informal conference' yes
terday, Tho latest thing In town Is the Kn
clnpo Senior. Seals un tiling
Btamps, labels and principally envoi
Lpes eradicates that unpleasant tnstn
In jour moutir For snlo ut Offlco Sup
ply Co. Ltd., Fort street. Prlco $1.23.
Getj onu now.
Tho sixth anniversary of tho Sea
men's Institute will bo celebrated this
evening In tho Sailors' Homo building,
Alakci street, commencing at 8
o'clock. A largo number of InUtntjons
havo been sent out. Tho following
program will be rendered:
Piano Duet ' ,,
MUses Restarlck and Hlnxeus
Solo , ..,,...',,.., Mrs. Hugo Herzcr
H"port . .' Trcnsuror
Violin Solo Mr. R. Iluchly
Accompanied by Mrs, L. Tennuy Peck
Solo , Miss Restarlck
Solo .' Mr. C.'Klintiall
Solo Ilev. W. II RIIsh
Piano H.ilo . Mr Cirloi Ctcvre
'-"For Rent" card on tale at
Quantity and-Quality of
Three times 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.
PUT A CASE 'OR TWO OF
ON YOUR LIST FOR CHRISTMAS PURCHASES AND SPEC
IFY OURS, BECAUSE IT Will BE FLAVORED TO YOUR
TASTE tAND TO YOUR ORDER.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
-i i ' .i-'i
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 180.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND .COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bath, Main;
v PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your groands
filled in before the winter rains Mt in. We have earth filling for tale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE, 890 .
P M. Pond. Contractor
8 Just Received 8
tMhi.ii jifjusaa fc i a iKitmaum Q
O New fi-inorh arris 8
Wc arc offering for sale a jot of ladies' and children's 5Z
' " slightly toiled, forW V
. One-Fourth the Original Values
The same discounts on Children's Pique Coats and O
Jackets. EVERYTHING on our TOY COUNTERS is marked ()
'way down.. Ladies, Men, and Children'sHANDKERCHIEFS ft
all prices. Ladies' HAND BAGS and PURSES. X
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