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EVENING nULLBTIH. H0N0UTU1. T. ii., SATUIIDAY, DEC. 2C, 1903.
B, F. Dillingham's Cousin
Found Dead In His
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HOM0L0LO,Dtc 23, 1908
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Z Prewer Co
Rwt plantation Co ..
Haw Com ASurCo .
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Honomu Sujmr Co ...
Honokaa Sugar Cn ..
llalttuSiirar Co ..
Hutchkon Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kelt ah a Suj Co .
Klpahulu Sugar Co....
Kotna Sugar Co
McRrydc Sugar Co ...
Oalm Sugar Cn. .....
Wc are giving away with every purchase of Children's
Shoes from now tilt Christmas at our store 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 MIREOBS ars ALMOST GONE; we do not Rive
them unless with a purchase of Children's shoes.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Also new lot of KODAKS, Roll
Films, and Film Packs.
GrorBc V. DllllnKham, a member of
Iho literary start of tlio Paradlso of
tho Pacific, and n cousin of n. P. DM
llngham, was found dead In Ills room
this morning. He had been ailing for
some necks past and It Is believed
that his death was duo to a hemorrhage.
Dllfingliam left tho l'aradlso ulTlcn
on Christmas co ami was lint seen
until this morning when his body was
found. Ho had a room In tho Los
Angeles house, and cstcrday his door
wns locked, and ho was left undis
turbed, as It was known that he was
not feeling well. This morning Mrs.
I.angton of the Paradise becamo un
easy when lie did not turn u pto wark
She Vent to his room, and finding Urn
door locked, broke tho screening mid
found him dead The circumstances
lurroumllng tho death are such that
It Is certain that Dillingham died from
natural causes, but tho police nro hav
ing an autopsy held to deteruilno Just
what tho causo of death was. Tho fun
eral will tako place at 3 o'clock this
Dillingham wns born In lloston and
wns about fifty oarH of oge. Ills
father wag n brother of II. P. Dllllng
ham's father. Tho deceased was col
lege bred, and was at ono time the
editor of tho Oil City Derrick of Oil
City, Pennsylvania. Later ho went !f;
California and finally rnmc to Hn
wnll. Ho wns at ono time the man
ager of tho Hawaiian Carriage Co. and
Inter entered tho employ of tho Pacific
Hardware Co. He hecamo associate.!
with tho Austin Publishing Co., which
later on becamo tho Paradise of the
Pacific, about nlno years ago, and hau
been with It ever since.
uitomca sugar to )
fMkola Sugar Plant Co
Ola Sugar Co Un
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Paahaa Sugar Phnt Co
Pacifi Sugar Mill..
Pala Plantation Co ..
Peiwtkm Sugar Co....
Pinter Mill Co
wriiUKU nugar v.o ....
Walmanato Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill o
luter-hlanil Sleam N Co
Hon R T ft L Co Prcl
Hon RT A I Co Com
Mutual Tltpho" Lo
Nahlks Rubber G.
Naltiku Rubber Co Am
Oaha R A LCo... ....
Hon R ft M Co . ...
Hawaiian Plneaple Co.
HawTrr 4pc. .... .
HawTcr 4H fc
HawTer t pc
Haw Gov't 5 pc .......
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co,
uiper i Mien m
M. R. COUNTER, Jeweler.
1142 Fort Street
; nn imo
H.w Com tt Sat Co c
Haw Sugar Co A p c.
MlloRKCo Can 6 pc
llonakaa Sa.irra tnc
Hon KT Si LCo (p c
Kahuku P..fit Co ( p c
MrBrrdf S CVat.
Oahu R & t, Co 6 Ji c
Oahu Sugar Co $ p c .
OUa Sugtr Co 6 p c.
Pic. Sua-. Mill Co, 6i
Pala I'lanlallo.i Co ....
Plonm Mill Co pc..
Waltlu. irl-Co ape
ACTION WASJOO LATE
'"Tho reversal of action In regard to
tho Coastwlso lns was very gratify
ing In so far as tho Chamber of Com
merce is concerned, although It came
:ust a Uttlo lato, as Senator Piles hnd
Just had the bill referred back to the
committee, whlcb-wlll make it a llttlo
uimcult to handle now."
This Is tho manner In which the
Governor sums up the situation with
regard to tho proposed suspension of
tho Coastwlso Shipping laws. No oth
er mention of tho matter is mado in
tho Governor's letter
Two or thrco carpenters, for ten
dns. Apply to Ira Eskcw, Kamc
hnmoha Schools. , 4192-lt
If you have received a KODAK,
TANK DEVELOPER, or other photo
(raphio accessory, and don't quito
know how to "make'it work," bring
it to us.
Wc shall be glad to explain it to
ou and show you how to operate it.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co..
" Everything Photographic"
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms
at 700 Quarry St. cor. of Alapal.
Snlesl)ot. Hoards: 70 Oahu Sug.
Co., 127.02 1-2; 30 Oahu 8ugar Co.,
127.62 1-2; 10 Oahu Sugar Co.,
127.62 1-2: 30 Oahu Sugar Co., $27.-
G2 1-2; 30 Ewa, 126.12 1-2: 20 Wul
Latest sbgar quotation 3.67 cents or
$73.40 per ton.
We'll 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
TINE CLOTHES ON YOU.
If you want to give some man a. present he'll like, look
at some of our good thintrs to wear. Neckwear of all kinds;
gloves; hosiery; fine shirts; good underwear: canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the nlace to buy a man's things is where
he buys them himself,
Wo'll put you on to tho right
thing from 25 cctita up to S.'O.
This store is tbc him cf
HART SCHAITNER & MARX CLOTHES
ELKS' BUI LDINtJ, KJ1I0 ST. near FORT.
Copyright 1908 by
Hut Schaffner tt Mir .
Sugar 3.67 Dents
Beets, 10s 3-4d
Hinry Waterhousa Trust Co.,
Stock' and Bond Dapartmenl
Members Honolulu 8tock and Bond
WIUIAM WtUIAMSON. ManatM,
FOflT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL.. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Iictwccn Kowalo and Fort, gentle
man's otcrcoat. Howard at this
Pair of gold-rimmed nose glasses. Ho
ward at this office. 4192'
Sodas and Ice Cream
Honolulu Drug Co.. Ltd.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Pine Wines' and Liquors
L0VEJ0Y &.C0., LTD
902-904 Nuuanu Ave. PHone 30S
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. 7. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & P Ltd,
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rook, White an
Black Sand, Broken Cowl, Harden Soil, Etc, SAFE M0VIN0 A SPF
CI AMY, . . . .
Handsomely bound in cloth
and leather, and suitable for
the office or the pocket.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Dunn's Hat Shop,
BERETANIA AND FORT
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUHAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
LOCAL AND tiENbttAL
agf Christmas brought into most
homes a lot of new things that will
displace the old. Let a B n 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono S.
Gentleman's overcoat has been lost
eo nd In this issue.
Carpenters nro wanted nt Knmchn
uieha schools. Sec nd in this Issua.
W. It. Castle, Jr., wns among tho
outgolug passengers In tho Siberia to
day. 1.. h. Harding sailed In the Siberia
this morning for his I101113 In tho
8. II. Jordan, with his now 1908 Win-'
ton can now bo 1 cached at phono 200
I'ntronlzu tho Metropolitan Meat Cn
Ltd If 5 on lnli tho best meals and
Intur-Ialand and O. It. & Ii. shipping
LookB for sale at tho Bulletin
office, CO each.
Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
Ret a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the 'changes.
Cont our Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be Burprhcd nt Its cooling
and prcscrvntlvo properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Princess Knwaiiannkoa. sailed today
for n year's ncatlun abroad. She was
heavily bedecked with lcU by her num
On Installment! of S3 per month you
can purchase n While rurally notary
sew ins machine. Denny & Co.. Ltd,
agents, 12C6 Kort.St. Phouc 4S8.
Members of the Hawaiian engineer
ing Association can pay their dues to
the financial secretary nt KvcnlnK
Dnlletln any day between 12 and 1.
Reis & Quiun are. now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
190 Short runs 60c and si.oi-bj
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
lleautlni! tilmmrn hats mar "
boiiRht at Miss Power's nt r.rrntlr re
duccd pi Ices for tho next few dajs
Miss Power Is ImnIiik a clearance salo
to niako room for tho now ear's mod
James T. Tnjlor. tlio hjdinullc chrI-
ncrr, wiih 11 rcturnlm; passenger on tho
Mauna Ken from Maul. Mr, Taylor
was the principal witness .and expert
for tho Wnltulcii Hiipir Co. In" ihc $35,-
.000 damage suit of (!. Wnldcyer .
Walluku Sugar Co, tho trial laatlus
thirty days. After (Ik-co hours dellli
rrallon the Jury roturned n verdict for
Tho best candy, mado fresh oery
day, and GuntlioVs lino chocolatcx re'
rolcd by cu-ry steamer, will bo found
at tho Palm Cufe. Hotel near Union,
Oct a bottle, of perfume and glo it
to tho friend Mu oorlooked mi
Christmas; Its friiKranca will bo iih
In tho udvertlsliiK roliimns of to
day's paper Is published n letter from
K. It. Thomas, president of tho Thomas
Motor Co, of Murrain, In whlih ho de
ulus In Into any active Interest In the
Chalmers Detroit Co.
Now for Now Year's dinner. You
must have tho incompariiblo Mono
polo (ited Top) Champ.iRnu, And
those Old Government Plantation ck
ars, ulwnjK Just tho right smoke. All
slzpii nnd colois. I.owls & Co, Ltd.,
solo OKcnts fot Hawaii, 16fl KInR sticul
telephone 21Q. Itinn us up when ready
with the Now Year's order.
Tho Christmas music nt St. Cle
ment's church will be repented toinnr
low nt 11 o.'clnck. The service was
tery beautifully rendered.
"Tho Llfo that Now Is" will bo ll-v
John W. Wurman's subject tomorrow
mornliiR nt 11 In tho l'lrst M i:
church and in tho evening nt 7:30, "A
Comparison Hehveen I)alil and Inq
fellow on I.lfo's Mp.iiiIiib" Doth nd
dresses will be suitable to tho closing
Sabbath of tho jeur In tho morning
Miss Gerliudn Halt will sing "Host in
tho Lord" At the i-culnir mi-1ci
1 Mis rmiuf J Hare will sing the ntfei-
lory solo, Tho joiing l.idles of the Kn
wnlahao Seminary will ho piehent and
Klio one or two choruses.. Mis Mack's
"I.lttlo Ones" of the Susannn WVsloj
Home will also tako pail Other spie
l.ll liilHleal fe.i(iie? will io liliiidlicod
'I he public Is nirdlallj tinlted
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy. Quality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores nnd show windows
' where it is desirable to give the true color values.
The lint cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
Don't serve Dinner on Christmas Day without a sup- j
ply of PURE SPfVRKLINQ SODA WATER. We are Ailing
orders for Standard and Special Flavors for the Holidays.
BOOK YOUR ORDER TODAY,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
i jhj Minni'tLpaiiLU' JMUi aiiiai) 11
Joseph A. Gilman,
6HTPPIN0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath. Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds'
filled in before the winter rains 'set in. We haveearth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 880 v
P iL Pond. Contractor,
New Arrivals I
LADIES UNDER VESTS
A very fine assortment, in prices ranging from 20c
to 65c each. fft
PEARL WAISTS FOR CHILDREN W
Very strong, serviceable, and comfortable. A very
popular waist with both children and mothers,
HOSIERY FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
In Black, Tan, Plain, and Lare.
Elegant goodsin white and colors. C
trr.w RiT.vnT.iWTS awti pitbtaiv matv.htat: t
LADIES' BACK AND SIDE COMBS. (J
ELASTIC BELTING, in Black, White, Navy, and Brown.
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