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'c ' ' . ' . . EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU," T. II.; WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1908,
' Given Away
t . We are, giving away with every purchase of Children'!
' 'Shoes from now till Christmas at our 'itb're an elegant
hand mirror, handiomely 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 cafe- -
ful, and recommended by physicians and others.
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THE MIRRORS are ALMOST GONE; we do not give
them unless with a .purchase of Children's shoes. V ,
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Also new lot of KODAKS; Roll
Films; and Film Packs.
' HANDSOME, USEFUL GIFTS. ' , .
TOILET SETS, consisting of Mirror, Comb, and Brush,
tome with NATURAL WOOD, others with ALLIGATOR
f backs. All handsome goods, and of the very best quality.
MANICURE SETS, PERFUMES,
MILITARY HAIR BBUSHES
SHAVING GLASSES, ETC.,
, ' Many Other Suitable Gifts for CHRISTMAS.
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Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
; " ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Our stock is larger this year
i 'than ever and our patronage is
'K The assortment of CHRISTMAS .GIFT, GOODS. is now'
at its best. NOW is the time to order. Delay .is sometimes.
disappointing, as we may run out of your choioe. .ALL
GOODS ENGRAVED f by tne jusn; vugraver in wei
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"ME R. COUNTER, Jewelef;
1142 Fort Street
Mall orders Promptly
COELHO IS AFTER
Appolntmeht Of Kunewa
Cause Him To
"I shall be' against Treasurer
Campbell In thfc coming session of the
Legislature," said Senator "Coelho of
Maul this morning, "My position Is
that of standing by the Maul Hepuh
llcan. County Committee, which rec
ommended for the position 6f Tax As
sessor of Maul the names of two men,
both of whom had held office for years
and were entitled to promotion, name
ly: James Keola and Oeorge Dunne.
The Treasurer, sar nt,, however, to
disregard the recommendations of the
committee, and' 'appointed another;
man instead." t"
siiiiks w mm-
The stearnkr Alaskan, of the Amer-lcan-1-tawallan.llno
sailed last night
from 8n Francisco for this port. The
Alaskan. , Which will 'arrive here on
the 30th, brings freight from New
York (via Tehuantspec)', Tacoma, and
Seattle. A large consignment of
mules for Ous Schuman of Honolulu
will reach here on the Alaskan.
Tomorrow the Texan will sail from
Baa Francisco for this port.The (Tex-
nn brings 8an Francisco freight
only, not having' visited' either Tehu
antepec or. Puget Sound, , ,
The Pleiades, recently chartered
by the American-Hawaiian' Company
from the Boston Towboat Company,
will sail from Ptget Sound on Janu
ary 1 for this port direct. Here she
wll take on board a cargo of sugar
for San Francisco. , '
The Virginian of the American-
Hawaiian lino will sall. from San
Francisco , for this port op Januiry 3.
She brings -San Francisco freight
only, not haying, touched at Tehuun-
tepee or the-1'ugel pound ports, ine
VlrglnlSn,wllL'brhg' the .horses of
the-flrst and third 'squadrons of the
Fifth Cavalry, r i . '
HONOLULU STOCK FXGHAN6E
BONOLULO.Dec. 23, 1908
i v or froct
2 Btrwer k Co ....
4 sugar ,
Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Smrsr Co....
Honomu Sat r Co . . .
Honoiaa 8oit Co . ,.
Hatclilaon Sagar PI ml.
Kanaka Plantation (.0
Ktkaha Snc Co- ......
Koloa 9Ut Co
McBrrdc Sa(ar Co ,,.
8 aba Sy tar Co i..
nornB Sugar Co u.
Ookoli Sr PUnt Co
OU Sir Co Uil i...
Pftihtii Surtr PUnt Co
PrpMkro Surar Co....
Wailuku Sogat Co ,i,.
sogir 1.0. .
InMrltlan'i StMm N Co
tar Mill Cc
Lady's 'gold waTchCwIth long 'chain
' Ke ward at this romce.v- ,4190,-3I
New - tb-DAY
Hawaiian Biceltlc Co.
Htm R T ft L. C PrH
Mdtaal Tf Iruhoiw Co
Nahiku Ruonrr Co Am,
Hon ft M CM.. .1.1,,
Hawaiian Pintapplc Co.
ii miic i
lawTcr in pc
4aw Gov't inc..:.....
naiau vugmr to o p c
Haw IMir Co p c... .
Honakaa Sorar CO Soc.
Kabuku P.ant CoS c.
Oahu Sugar Co J p c . .
Olaa Sugar Co P c. .
rac. sug. mm 1.0, ea
Pala Planlallan Co
a m El
Well agree to do for you the
best job of personal decorat
ing you ever had done if
you'll come here next time you need
clothes. We'll hang
Hart Schaffner & Marx
FINE CLOTHES ON ?0U.
If you want to give some man a present he'll like, look
at some of our good things to wear. Neckwear of all kinds;
gloves; hosiery; fine shirts; pood underwear; canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the place to buy a man's things is where
he buys them himself.
We'll put you on to the right
thing from 2G cents up to $S0,
This store is the horn cf
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO ST. near FORT.
Copyright 1908 by
Hart Schaflner it Mars
SalesBetween Doards: 25 Paau
hau. $19.50; .10 Oahu Sugar Co., $27.75;
15 Oahu Sugar Co., $27.75; 20 Oahu
Sugar Co.,$27.7'5; $1000 Hon. II. T. &
I.. Cb, $106.50;.'t5000 Walalua Gs, $100.
Litest sugsr quotation 3.70 cents or
174 per ten.
Sugar 3.70 Merits
Beets, I Os 0 3-4d
Hiiry Witirliousi Twt Ci.
FORT AND MlHCriAHt T1
VftoAf "5 TO'81 P.
'HOTICE. r r
. A semi-annual -dividend of 3 on
the Preferred. Stock and a .quarterly
dividend ot,l oiTthe'Common Stock
of 4 the f Honolulu Rapid 'Transit ft
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Mtna yornpanj psve.jeqn aeciareuuy
me, itctDr najrt Mceiur '.
1908. -The it'odlf'books wllf bo closed
to trduiffcrs'from'' December '28th to
December 3,1st .'ncii8)ve.', . ,- ,
Secretary, Honolulu llapld Transit
ft Land Company. ' 4190-3t
lti THE CIRCUIT.COURT PP T?B
First Circuit, Terrlfory 'of Hawaii.
At Chambers; .In Ptobate. In ,the
Mltter dt'the Estate' bf-Jamas Stew
ard, Deceased'. ' Order'o? rfotlie of
Hearing Petition' for, Probate of Will.
A documehrpurportlp'g to,b tbe last
will and testament'ot, James Steward,
late of Honolulu. Isjand and County
of Oahu, Territory of" Hawaii, de
ceased, '.having on the, 22nd day of
December, 1908, been, presented .to
said Probate Court, and a petition. for
probate' thereof, praying for the issut
once of letters testamentary to Mary
Steward,, widow of the said deceased,
tbe'executrU named In sald'wlll, hav
ing been filed by said Mary Steward,
It Is ordered that Wednesday, the
27th day of January, 1909, at 9
o'clock' a, m. otsatd day, at the
court' room of said court at Hono
lulu! be and the same Is hereby ap
pointed the time and, place for prov
ing )iajd wllland hearing said appll
catlbh,, It.lstfurther ordered that no
tlco'iberept be given by publication
once af week ' for .three, successive
weoki ,ln thb. Evening .Uujletln,. p.
newspaper, the last publlcaMon to be
not less than two weeks previous, to
tlie tlfne tberelntappolnted for hear
ing. " .
Dated at Honolulu, December 22d,
', , ,r(8gd.) 'X.i.T.ipB.DOLT,
. First 'Judge pf the Circuit Court
of "the First Circuit.'
Attest: ,v -,
' 2. J .. Clerjf.
. '. Holmes ift. Stanley, Attorneys for
J,tKlontt..i, . , . v .
vlOO Dec, 23. 27; Jan,, 6, 13
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I.Tho Royal Anne wltl servo a sptcn
dt,d'lltuicr 'at the small co'ht of 50c
Tbe following Is. the menu:
' u- w RELISHES
Queen OJIvcs- , -: ' Radishes
'i ." ., CelerKi.cn Dranclie
Pptngo it la Duchesse.., .
'.'.' '" Consomme Julienne
l' 'r' - ' arlg' - '
"'fdlled' Salmon; 81 jasl lyialtro d
, noiet. jurmcuiiu. ruiuiuvn-
Patties a la Relue .Rolled Dupco
''',,Ilanl,, Champagne Sauce
, , Baked Maccaronl 'and Cihcoso
. ', ROAST t
Young Turkey, Chestnut pressing and
Cranberry Sauce. Bucking Pig
Stuffed and Apple .Sauce Rib's of
i Beef, and., Horseradish j
French 'Beans . ,Corn on Coli
'Mashed find Drowned. Potatoes
, A t y SALAD- a ,
'a la. Fran'calse
''"'' ENTREMENTS '
Chrlstrpast,Plum Pudding; Hard and
' , . Brandy Sauce .
Orc'eqi Appl) and' Mine Plo
Assorted' Cake Vanilla Ico Cream
.Witnesses t,,hearlni of charges of
negjlgenco preferred against Duke dc-
tissillahl, li'oas, thoroughly..
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J."B.'81gnor Is sccuaedof mlsappro
prlatron of funds of cothpany and forg
ery of Millionaire .James Murray's
name' ' '
HENRY. MAY & COMPANY
.....LTD. 'i 'IhtjheM.
" ' notice: V ,
In accordance with Chapter 84 of
the Revised Laws of 1905, all those
holding sewer privileges or,, paying
sewer rates are hereby notified that
the sewer' rates for, the Six (6)
Months ending June 30th, 1909.'wl!l
be due and 'payable at the office of
the.SUPERtNTENDENT OF I'UllLIC
WORKS, ou tho first day of January,
19,09. . ,
A failure to nay such rates within
fifteen (15). days thereafter will sub
ject the1 holder to 10 additional.
" ' MANUEL K. COOK,
. " Chief Clerk.'
I " MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public-, Works,
Depigment of Piibllq Works. De
ce'ihbef.22,' 1908. 4190-lt
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Perhaps the greatest dividends ever
paid on small investments are paid
to B u 1 1 e t i n want advertisers.
Ten siood nuto hacks. Phono C.
Have Xmai dinner at Royal Annex.'
A laily s gold watcli lias been mat.
See nil In this Issue.
Order a green fresh Christmas tree
from the Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.,
Do not bo dismayed solect a bottle
of Mallo perfume from Benson, Smith I
Inter-Island and O. R. ft L. shipping
Looks far salo at the B n 1 1 e 1 1 n
office, 50 each.
W. O. Smith and F. M. Swanzy were
passengers departing on the Manna
Mrs. Robert Halstrad Is cnjertalntns
her daughter, Mrs. C. C.tstendyk, and
children for tho holidays. '
' Call at. the'.B ti 1 1 e t i n office and
iret a free list' of the new fire alarm
ntunbera and all the change. -
C. B., Wells of Wulluku Is In town
He leaves on Christmas' day to again
resume his pleasure trip tp Egypt.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will bo 'surprised at Its cobllni;
and preservative properties California
reed co.. agents. v
See. "the Royal. 'Annex'.' menn for
Xmas1 dinner in this iuue.i'
QnT.lnstallments of $3 nor month you
can purcbaso a Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine, uenny & 'Co.. Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort St. Phone 488.
II. S. Flulier, formerly of Ewa plan
iatlon, In a letter to William William
son, from. Cuba, Bays ho likes the out
Rains wltliPu the past few days have
broken the drought that has prevailed
(n 'Oio Koolau, side of. (his Inland for
p long' time; '
Unique Xroas Gift " Miniature
cnuo" 6V Jellies, decorated with holly
nnd ribbons. , Phono Mrs. Anrle
Members of the Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay Hielr duea .to
tho financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1. '
There will he Initiation Into tho
mxsterles'of the Oviier of Eagles. 'Ho
nolului Aerlo' fto. 140, In K.,of P. half
at 7:30 this. evening. .
Superintendent McVeigh returned
Sunday from thu loper EettlemenL He
reports the usual preparations there
for tho Christmas festivities.
A large consignment "of tent icgs
arrived on the Hllonlart for the Depot'
Quartermaster, U S. A., presumably
for the Lellehua encampment. X
There was un alarm of fire about 9
('clock last night from King street, be
yond Palama. It was a slight blaze
and but little damage was done.
tomorrows it u 1 1 o 1 1 n will give
the count lu,tn Uolls House contest
up to noon. After that Wbltnev &
Marsh will Issue bulletins nt the
store. . ' .
Beit A Qainn are now located, at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phene
199 Short .rum 80c and $1.00 By
the hour 10.00-Special rates for
ihoppinj and calling.
raucy isoie lamps, smoscrs seis,
Herman' metal mounted household art
icles, Llbby cut glass, steins and sots
of steins with pichers to matci. at W.
W. Dlinonil ft'Co.'a store on King
street. ' r
A'rtstle smokers' pets, German
metal mounfcil household ware, fancy,
table-lamps, Libbey'a cut.glaBs, steins'
and sets ofvRtelns with pitches to
match nt -V. W. Dlmond ft Co's. store
on King street.
For smokers' articles. Imported
meerschaum. BUI) briar, calabash
pipes, tobacco jars .with Hawaiian coif-of-armii..c"g!ir,
cases; tobacco pqucbes,
ash trayu, etc., call at either nf ,Fts
putrlclt Bros.'-storuB'. . ' .
.The .new Ford flve-iasBongcrr four
cyllniler, 22 h. p. touring car for $1185
has nrfjvod'andils now.on exhibition
ut tho.Hchupia'n Carriage. Co., Ltd. All
u'utoTsts bhoulif seo It. Tho car has
been tried nut since Its arrival. Uy
reason of a nyw stylo of spring, It Is
till exceptionally easy-rlillug cur nn
rough roads nnd Is an all around won
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores and show windows
where it ii desirable to give the true color values.
The first cost is toon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian, Electric Company, Ltd.
Don't serve Sinner on Christmas Bay without a, sup
ply of PURE SPAEKLINQ SODA WATER. We are niling
orders for Standard and Special Flavors for the Holidays.
BOOK YOUR ORDER TODAY. "
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. s. LEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHJPPIHa AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE HUE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR 8EWALL A CO.. Bath,. Maine;
PARROT! A CO., 8aa Francisco.
Filling and Grading
, The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains ,aet in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 690
P Jl: Pond. Contractor
FINE HOLIDAY GOODS I
He have just received a very lance shipment of choice
Ribbons, in Taffetas and Liberty Satin, ranging in widths
from No. 1 to No. 150, in all colors.
A new assortment of Fine Hosiery in plain and lace,
black, white, and tan "Lisle."
A very beautiful lines of Handkerchiefs in plain hem
stitched, hemstitched with drawn-work border, and most
exquisitely hand embroidered.
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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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