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EVENING BULLETIN, HOJfOLTJMI. T. II., "MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1008.
We ore giving away with every purchase of Children'
Shoes from now till Christmas at our itore an elegant
hand mirror, handsomely encased in leather.
OUR CHILDREN'S SHOES .
are made especially to fit the growing feet of the child in
a natural way, They are preferred by those who are care
ful, and recommended by physicians and others.
THE MIRRORS are ALMOST GONE; we do not give
them unless with a purchase of Children's shoes.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Also new lot of- KODAKS, Roll
hlms, and film Packs.
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HANDSOME, USEFUL GIFTS,N
TOILET SETS, consisting of Mirror, Comb, and Brush,
some with NATURAL WOOD, others with ALLIGATOR
backs. All handsome goods, and of the very best quality.
MANICURE SETS, PERFUMES,
MILITARY HAIR "BRUSHES, 'u
SHAVING. GLASSES, ETC. '" "H
Many, Other Suitable Gifts for CHRISTMAS.
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Our stock is larger this year
than ever arid our patronage is
The assortment of CHRISTMAS GIFT GOODS is now
at iU best. NOW is the time to order. Delay is sometimes
'disappointing, as' we may run out of your choice. ALL
GOODS ENGRAVED FREE by the BEST Engraver in the
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
Mail orders Promptly
DO GREAT WORK
Open Air Christmas'Tree
Plans Are Moving
That's what llio tourist Santa
Clauses and Santa Clauscsnca liao
denominated themnolvos and their
Christmas tree that'll to be loaded
with presents In the Young hotel park
The program has been developing
Ftcadlly since tho party, out for Christ
mas Joy first called at tho II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n
office. It is a read program too. Tho
poor children are to get tho benefit. It
is not to bo n free-for-all scramble
with tho big huskies getting tho most
If they can grab it first.
Tho Mnllhlni Santa Clauses after
learning wlioro they could get their
toys to tho extent of two or throo huh
tired dollars, and candles to the extent
of tnoro moticy, Immediately connected
tlth tho charitable organizations of
the city. This was dono with a view
to bringing out tho children whose
Christmas joy mnst depend on Santa
Claim In sonio form or other.
Having ono this, they l:nd one thou
sand tickets printed and numbered.
Theso tickets will be given out by
responsible people and tho children ad
mitted will bo worthy of thu privilege
of joining in tho party. Tho others
may stand on tho outsldo and look on,
for It will be a gay scenn nnd well
worth tho while of a trip down town
on that day.
Communication has been hud with
the weather man. There is no doubt
about the good weather. The Mnllhlnl
Santa Clauses and Santa Clausesscs
from tho mainland will do the rest.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
H0N0U)L0.Dtc 21. 1908
V UC ITOCf
C Brewer Co..
Kwa Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Attic. Co....
Haw Com Sag Co .,
Hawaiian Suftr Co, . . .
ffoiiomu Sugar Co ....
Ilonokit SutirCo. ,.
Haiku Sugar Co "....
Hutchison Sug tr Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kekaha Sug- Co-
Kipabulc Sugar Co....
McBrydeiugir Co ....
Oaliu Sugar Co.
Oiiomea sugar Co ...
Onkuta Sugar Plant Cn
Olaa Sugar Co Uit . . .
Olowalu Co. .....
Paahau Sugar PUnl Co
Pacific Suaar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pvpeekeo Sugar Co.,
rimieer mm o.
Walmea Sugar Mill Cn
Inler-Ulan't Stean NCo
Hawaiian II leotric Co..
Hon R T ft L Co rrel
Hon RT ft U Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
K.hlka Rubber Co.,
Nahiku Rubber Co.An.
linn H MCo
Hawaiian Pineapple Co,
Haw Tar aH or.....;.
Haw Tar jM pc
Haiku sugar Co ft p c
Ham. Ultch Co ,
upper uitcn m
DRYDOCK WILL BE
Haw Sugar Co ft pc
tllloft RCo Cm 6 pc
Honakaa Sugar co. ape.
Kahukv P.ant Cot p c.
Mrttndi S Cn'a aa. .
Oihu K4LCa6pc ..
Oahu sugar Co sp
Pala Plantation Ci
Olaa Sugar Cn
Pat- Sug. MM
Pioneer Mill Co t pc.
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Silk Shifts and Pajamas
Neckwear and Hosiery
Also a fine line of useful articles in Men's,
Women's and Boy's Furnishings, suitable for
Christmas Gifts. We have a complete stock
of Chinese Silk and Grass Linen Embroidered
Phone 627 YEE CHAN & CO., King & Bethel
Sl.02',4; 20OO Hllo
S92.C0; 120 Haw. Pineapple Co., $23,
Hoards: 100 Olaa,
it. It. Con. Gs,
Latest sugar quotation 3.70 cents or
$74 per ton.
(Continued from Fize 1)
Government has decided to lengthen
tho dock to 1195 feet will affect the
dalo of tho opening of tho bids In any
way is not known. Tho changes mlKht
be .Incorporated In tho specifications,
it Is said, or, on the other hand, tho
authorities may wait iiniil "the con
tract is awarded and then settle tho
matter through private agreement.
Although copies of the specifications
havo not been seen by local officers, it
Is thought likely that tho conditions
may be the Bame as those in tho Pearl
Harbor dredging matter. In that case,
the contract will bo signed within ton
'days of the time that t Is awarded, or
cn December 25, and work will begin
How long It will take to complete
thedrydqek can not bo told until the
plans and specifications have been re
celt ed here.
The fact that bids for the construc
tion .of tho drydock, and for the ftirn-It-lilng
of the rails and rolling "Block
for tho Peurl Hnrbor naval railway,
havo been called far so closo together.
In taken to moan that tho government
contemplates rushing tho work along
as rapidly as possible. It is believed
that the next mall will bring official
information with regard to tho status
of affairs, and, perchance, copies of
the plans and specifications.
Until the plans and specifications aru
received, naval officers stationed horu
will be wholly in the dark regarding
(ho Intentions of tho Navy Denirtmciit
officials at Washington.
Sugar 3.70 5ents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stick Hd Bond Dipi.tmenl
Members Honolulu Stock and Bone!
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
PORT AND MENCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
NEW - td-DAV
.prtoposXts von straw, biian
AND lILiACKSMITh'S COAU Office
of tho Depot Quai'tcrhiastcr, Hono
lulu, II. T.. December, 21, 1308. Scal
ed proposals, In triplicate,' Will be re-
colvjjd hero until 10 n. m? December
28. 190S. 'and then' op'ened, to fur
nish at the Depot al Honolulu, or on
UnardVof cats at the' Hallway depot
there, 000,000 pounds straw or hay
for bedding, or rice straw; 20,000
pounds blacksmlth's'coal nnd 200,000
pounds bran. Envelopes containing
proposals should bo endorsed "Pro
posals for straw, "etc." Kor further
Infoimatlon apply to M. N. Pa I in,
Captain und Quartet master, U. S. A.
4188 Dec. 21, 22, 23,' 24. 20.
THE DOLL HOUSE CONTEST
Tho Whitney & Marsh Doll House
Contest has reached the stago where
every contestant Is anxious as to the
result and at loast each of four of the
small workers is sure that she Is the
real winner. Only four more days
remain to secure the coupons, thou
sands of which remain out for the
final roundup Thursday evening at 6
o'clock. "Three of tho contestants
are very close, with a fourth well up
In the list and ready and willing to
become a challenger for the honors
of first place at any moment. Tho
Interest which Is being shown In this
contest is very gratifying to'tho Arm
and they are already planning to
make a bigger hit than ever next
year. Hut right now is the time to
vote for this doll-house.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
In accordance with the Ily-Lnwa of
tho Klrst National Dank of Hawaii,
at Honolulu, notice is hereby given
that the annual meeting of tho stock
holders thereof will be held in Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha
waii, at its place of business on
Thursday, January 21, 1909, ut 3 p.
m. Tho purpose of bucIi meeting Is
tho election of Directors for tho cn
htilng year, and for the transaction
of all such other business ns may be
necessary or brought beforo tho
stockholders for action.
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 21, 1908.
L. T. PECK,
4188 Dec. 21, 28, Jan. 4, 11, 19.
A POPULAR PLACE
Miss Woodard's store on Fort
street,. with McQulre. 'the Florist, Is
crowded all the time with ladles In
specting her large stock of embrold-
cied shirt-waists, embroidered and
hanil-painteil sofa pillows, gloves,
underwear, and fancy goods of all
kinds. Miss Woodard takes orders
for stamping' and al kinds of hand
work. , ,. -?
Tho following Is the orchcstrello pro
gram for tho Art Theatre for tho com
ing week. Lilts of Broadway, Hamtree
Overture, -Shady Lane. ,
' 1-11 a
Watch fob with charm. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying for this ad. Bulletin of
Tho annual meeting of stockhold
ers of the Kona Mottling Works Co.,
Ltd., will bo held at.the office of the
company, Holualoa, Hawall.-Tuesday,
January 5, 1909, atulO n. m.
L. S. AUNGST.
Tho annual meeting of stockhold
ers of the Kona-Knu. Telephone &
Telegraph Co., Ltd., will be held at
the office of, the company, Holualoa,
Hawaii, Tuesday, January, 1909,
at 11a. m.
L. S. AUNGST,
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Enough water fell up Kuuami way
yesterday to make the continuation
of sluicing work possible. -The level
in the big reservoir was lalsed about
Bulletin Buiinesg Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189,
LOCAL AM) HMttAL
Perhaps the createit dividend! ever
paid on small investments are paid
to Bulletin want .advertisers.
Ten good auto hacks. Phone C.
Doll's House count up to Huturday
evening In Whitney & Marsh's ad.
Have you reserved your table for
Xmas dinner at the Royal Annex ?
Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes,
U you want a good time on Christ
mas, away from tho beaten path but
In an atmosphere of good cheer, go to
Dnlfltio Xmas Gift Miniature
tasc of Jellies, decorated with holly
und ribbons. Phone Mrs. Anulo
Coot your Iron roofs with "Arablo."
You will b surprised at its cooling
und preservative properties California
Fed Co.. agents.
On Installments of S3 per. month you
can purchase a White Family notary
ewlng machine, llenny & Co., Ltd..
agent, 12CC Fort St. . Phone 488.
lumbers of the, Hawaiian Engineer
ing AMsoclatlon can pay (heir dues to
the financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
The Promotion Committee last week
received requests for copies of tho
Crossroads of'tliu Pacific map from
India, Russia, Belgium, Grecco nnd
Mr. Berry, who enmo hero with Clin
Inn Hutching, as the representative, of
n financial organization on the Const,
may leave for San Francisco In the
Manager Wctnzhetnier of Koloa,
Kauai, will take charge of thu Pioneer
plantation on April 1. The plantation
has ncer been in such a fine condition
ns at present.
Eels & Qulun are now loeated at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phene
109 Short runs 60c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
siionpini: ana caiiine.
Thcru Is no fuel cleaner Ui.m g'is
and no flame ltvltcr. To tuj n g.i
htnvo Is economy nnd tho lluiioliii i
(las Co. will sell your ono on iltlluut-a-tlmc
Christmas closing exercises were
held in four uf the local Japancso
schools yesterday the attendance of
proud parents at thu various exercises
being only Bllghtly lessened by the
If Its a good cigar, Fltzpntrlck Bros.
havo It. Don'Uf.dl to see tho great
gift box of Adeline Pntlls. For gool
cigars, L'Afrlcai'os, Hoffman House,
and William Pcnu taku tho lead
Have Xmas dinner at-Royal Annex.
Confidential matters may be ills
cussed with perfect freedom over atr
Inmntlc telephones. Eavesdropping
Is "impossible. Why don't )ou sub.
scribe for (ho new serlce-t-Witter-hotito
Grand openlngtonlghrxat y w III
mond & Co.'s on King street. Mus'c
by Kaal's orchestra. Evciyboly it It
ed to oxnmlno our great display of
Christmas novelties In glassware,
crockery and china.
Blom Is offering Dresden ribbons,
satin and tadota ribbons, gloves for
ladies and suits for boys at special
prices until Christmas. Tho quality
of tho articles cannot bo beaten. Stoie
villi bo open until Christmas.
Elizabeth Shaw Colwoll, who was
formerly a teacher In Honolulu, at tho
Knwalaliaoitomlnary, Is now n student
at tho Emerson Collego of Oratory, In
Boston. She writes that sho Intends
.shortly to begin tho delivery iof a
i.erlcs pf lectures on Hawaii.
Wong Pink Sun, n well known Chlir
csc! real' ostnto dealer, died last Sat
urday night In tho patrol wagon In
which ho was being tnkeii.to the hos
pital. Wong arrived In the Islands In
the year 18GS. Ho leaves a wlfo and
three children, Wal Bond, n clerk In
uio ucKisirars onico; win wing, u
prominent baseball plaer, mid a
daughter, who Is married to Sun
Chung of San Francisco, n nephew of
Dr. Stm Yat Sen, tho Chlnvso revolu
tionist. Tho funeral will tnko place
this afternoon from tho family rest
ulnco on Vlnoyard street,
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy. Quality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores and show windows
where it is desirable to give the true color values.
The first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
Bon't serve Dinner on Christmas Day without a sup
ply of PURE SPARKLING SODA WATER. We arc fiilinij;
orders for Standard and Special Flavors for the Holidays.'
BOOK YOUR ORDER TODAY.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
maUBANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL &
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
CO., Bath. Maine;
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. ' PHONE E90
P M. Pond. Contractor
FINE HOLIDAY GOODS
He have just received a very large shipment of choice
Ribbons, in Taffetas and Liberty Satin, ranging in widths
from No. 1 to No. ISO, in all cclorsv . ..
A new nssoitment of, Fine Hosiciy in plain and lace,
black, white, and tan "Lisle."
-A very beatutiful lines of Handkerchiefs in plain hem
stitched, hemstitched with drawn-work bolder, and most
exquisitely hand embroidered.
In our Household Department, new SHEETS, PILLOW
CASES, TOWELS. TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS TO
MATCH, RUNNERS, TEA CLOTHS, DOYLIES, ETC., ETC.
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