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EVENING nWABTIM, HONOUTMT,
(inn Metal Calf
Made with a well sole on the Pierre last the latest
French style. This is a very swell and handsome shoe, and
rapidly coming into favor with American women of fashion
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
START in the
New Year by
having all the un fram
ed pictures and photos
about the house pro
perly framed at
The Art and PhotoShop,
928-933 Fort St.
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
If you have received a KODAK,
TANK DEVELOPER, or other photo
(rraphic accessory, and don't quito
know how to "make it work," bring
it to us.
Wc shall be glad to explain it to
jou and show you how to operate it.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic"
gg-'I- U. '.'J
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PnONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. D. Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White fnd
Black ?itml, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SFr
ClALIY, . .
TOO MUChjOR 'EM
Sailors Leave Big Ship
And Fail To
Hut lire s.'illors lire now un hoard
the ship Wllllnm P. l-'ryc out of a
crow nt twciity-flvo shipped for ttia
entire voyngo when the essol left
Unn Francisco. The promlfo of em
ployment on Bhorc proved too much
for most of tho Beumen. nnd they
tnok French lenvo tin toon ns they
received shore liberty In this port.
In consequence, tho work of outfit
ting tho org ship Into shape nfter her
Ions voyage is proving 11 tiresome
When the Krj e left Snn franclnco,
she hml n crew of twenty-five men,
shipped Jor the trip to Honolulu mil
thence to Philadelphia around tho
Horn. The Trje arrived here on
Christmas) Day nnd a festive dinner
wiis served on bo.ircl that night. The
next dny, nil of the iltimtiKo result
ing from storms on the journey hav
ing been put aright, the men wcro
given shore liberty.
Many of them had never been In
Honolulu before and the assurance,
that they could get work on slioro
when they wanted It was enough;
There will be no difficulty experi
enced In securing new men when tho
Kryp Is ready to get under way, for
there nic plenty of seamen here. It
Is thought likely, however, that by
that time the deserters will have had
enough shore life and will be around
asking to be taken back.
BERT AND PICKER
WERE NOT HAPPY
Latter Accused of Taking
Much Money From
The Mexico Herald, City of Mex
ico, for November 25 contains tho
following story. The copy sent to
tho II u 1 I c 1 1 n contains marginal
notes to the effect that It. Patterson
It Honolulu's 11. C. A. Peterson:
ACCUSED OP STEALING
CLOTHES AND MONEY
It. Pntterton, who lives In Hotel
Urlstol on Avenldn Juarez, has accus
ed his friend, II. E. Picker, of having
stolen from his room in the hotel
$300 gold and a suit of clothes worth
$45 gold. PlcRerls being looked for
by tho police, and It Is hoped that
they will be able to arrest him in tho
The authorities at the different
inilway stations whore Picker might
bo seen should ho attempt to tnko a
train, aro on the lookout tor him.
Mrs. A. M McKlllop, wlfu of a busi
ness man of iiucouver II. C, lost a
diamond necklace worth $15,000 on her
way to California. Shu thinks it illts
.ippcnrcd when her trunk was opened
for customs inspection.
MIsh Kato Stevens, Bister of mur
dcred diplomat, assails Attorney John
1. Ilarfrctt for his assertions in trial -of
Chang, who murdered Stevens
NEW - TODAY
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by vlituo of u certain
Wilt of Execution, Issued out of the
Circuit Court of tho First Circuit,
Territory ot Hawaii, on the 21st day
of December. 1908. In the matter ot
J. J. Ilyrne, Plaintiff, vb. Charles lin
ker, Defendant, and numbered Law
No. G8M. for the sum of 179.00. 1
did, on tho 23rd day ot Dccembor,
1S08, 111 alio a demand on said Charles
Maker, defendant, for satisfaction of
said Judgment under the said execu
tion, and said defendant having re
fused to pay or comply with such de
mand either In whoTe or In part, 1
did, on the 28th dny of December,
100S, levy upon, nnd shall offer and
axpoho for Bale nnd sell nt public
auction to the highest bidder, at tho
front entrance of the Capitol llulld
Ing in Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noun
or Saturday, tho 30th day of Janu
ary, 1908. nil the right, tltlo, and
Interest of the said Charles linker In
and to the hereinafter described
Property unless the sum of Seventy
nine ($79.00) Dollars, that being Hie
amount for which said execution is
sued, together with Interest, costH,
and mo fee and expenses nio prev
PItOPEItTV TO HE SOLD.
1 Hay Stallion.
Dated Detembor 28, 190S.
illr.li Sheriff, Territory of llnwull.
1191 Dec. 29 J Jan. II, 29,
HONOLULU STOCK FXCHJUM
tfNOi.ULU.Di-c. 29. 1906
t0 jr SfUO
1 Brewer k Co.. .
Rw Pluntatlon CM
Havu-linn Pucnr Co
iltmomu Sugar Cn
Honokea HtiRftr Co
MfilkH Sttvr Cn ...
HntchWoti Siij-ar Flint
Kahuku Pt.nitloii 1
Kckalia Situ- Co .
Knloa Sugnr Co ...
Mrllryde Sugar Co
O.hu Sugar Co ....
Onomea Sugar Co
DnkoTa Sugar Plinl Co
OlaaSugtrCo Ltd .
Olowalu ( o .
Paihmi Sugar rlnt ( n
Pacific Sugar Mill.. .
rala ria ilatlxtCo .
Pctetkf ".near Co..
I'inrcr Mill '.i...
Wvnuku Sugar Co,
WalniHiialu Sugar Co
WMmea Sugar Mill lo
tiiter-telaiid Steam NCo
Hawaiian Circuit Cn
Hon DTJiLCo I'rel
Hon KT 11. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Ca
Nahlku Rubber Co.,
Valuku Rul tr Co.A..
Oaliu R ft I. Co.., .
Illloll K Co
"0.1 R Ik It Co-....
Hawaiian Ptiteapte Co
Maw Tcra'f lc
Haw Teres t'C
HawTer i pc
Haw Gov't pc....
Haiku Sugar Co 6 i
Ham. Il'lcli Co.,
Unier Pitrll 61
Haw Com ASugCojtic
Haw Sugar Co opr.
Hllo R KC11 Con 6 ir
Hotiakia Sugtr eo f.tic
llcinRTO. i.Cui c
Kahuku P.ant Co 6 ic
Oahu M, Co i'ic
Oahu Sugar Cotnc
Claa Sugar Co 6 pc
Pac Sugl Mill Co, 6,
Pali Plantation C
P'oneer Mill Cnftpc. .
Walalua grli Co ipe
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Soles Between Itonnls: 7X Wnln.
Ilia, ?73; $2000 ().in Cs, 97. Session:
3 Wnlnliia.' $73
latest supar quotation, 3.70 cents,
or $74. per ton.
Beets 91 l-4d
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
william Williamson. Manager.
FORT AND MEHCHANT'STS.-
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
YOU CAN START THE
New Year Right
by giving us your
To be Repaired
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST.
Oh Our Easy-Payment Flan.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., ltd.
FORT. opp. CATHOLIC CHURCH
TOURING CAR, ? 1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAOE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
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
FINE CLOTHES ON YOU.
If you want to civs some man a present he'll like, look
nt seme of our good thintrs to wear, Neckwear of. all kinds;
rIovss; hosiery; fine sh'ii"; pood underwear; canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the nlace to buy a man's things is where
he buys them himself.
We'll put you on to tho rlplit
tlilnfi from 28 cents up to 50.
This store is the home cf
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
ELKS BUILDING, KING ST. near FORT.
Copyright 1908 by
Hire Schaffner it Mir
Tuemlnv, Dec. 29.
TempcratiircH 6 a. m., 67; 8 a, in.,
71; 10 11. 111., 73; noon, 75; morning
Ilarometcr, $ u 111., SO.OS; nUuluto
liunilillty, 8 a. in., S.7C8 gralim or
cubic foot; relatlu' humidity, 8 11. 111.,
70 per cent; Jew point, 8 n. in., CO,
Wind ii. ni u-loclty 2, tllructlon
K.; 8 11. 111., wloclty 2. illiectltiu N. K.;
'0 u, 111., velocity lfi, direction N. i:.;
iiiioii, velocity IB, direction N. 1:,
Uulnfall ilurliiK 21 hours ended S a.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 119 miles.
WJI. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. nthorUiut)au.
Itnhcit I. AUI.PU, tint California
sculptor, wlui first honors at winter
inhibition of iIib NnthMinl Academy
of Don If n.
LOCAL. AND iNSAL
3V" Christmas brought Into most
homes a, lot of new things that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. icll the unwanted things.
Tin good ituto-hackn. 1'liono 6.
Standi) fo. Army rifles arrhed on
the Koiea ytsturdny.
S. II, Jordan, with his now 1908 Win-ton-
can, now bo' reached at phono 200
IutorIrIa:ul and O. II. & I., whipping
Looks for p.ilo at tho D 11 11 o 1 1 n
offlce, 50 each.
Governor and. Mrs. Frtar will not
leccho during tho month, of January
until the Oovernor return;.
Call at the Bulletin office and
pet a free list of the new Are alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Tho Kawalnhao Seminary nil hold
n hookupu nt itx new quartets In Nun
nnu valley on New Year' 'Day begin
ning at 2 p. m.
Coat your Iron roofB with "Arabic."
You nlll bo nurprltotl at Its ctmllng
and preservative properties Callfomla
Feed Co., ugents.
Pacific l)dge Nn. 822.. A. K. ami A.
M., will hold n special meeting In Ma
sonic Tcmplo nt 730 'this evening for
tho Installation of tifncein.
Members of the supper lilblo class
nt tho Y. M. C. A. aro notified that
tho china resumes wink tonight. Visit
ors aro welcome. Meet nt 5:30.
On Installments of (3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine. Ucnny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 120G Fort St. Phono 1S8.
Fred Harrison has begun work on
the construction of his new building
1111 Campbell I.stnto property on King
street, next the O'Neill building.
I,. L. Hauling, of tho Internal Hove
line rorvlco. will leave for Ilia Coast
Saturday to be gono some time, lie
Memlwrs of tho Ilnwnliau Kiiginccr
lug Association can pay their tines to
tho flnamlnl secretary nt leaning
Diillctln nny day liotwopii 12 nnd 1
Do not go wrong ns tho year ends,
continue with tho Territorial Mes
senger Service n ml )ou will be satis
fied with the remits.
Perley Home, of Kniiiehnmehii
Schools, and tho military Instructor oC
Unit Institution, called on Acting (inv
entor Mott-Siiillh this morning.
Tho Miila water made by tho Con
solidated Sod.i Water Works Co., Ltd.
will (ontlnue to bo the liveliest thing.
011 earth. Itlug up telephono 71.
The Merchants' Association re
cehctl a letter yesterday from Senator
Perkins advising tho Association that
tho coastwise law bill hud been
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ilabbltt Is working 1111 tho printed re
port which his department Issues nn
uuilly. Ho Is collecting data ami uta
tlstks for the leport at the picsen
Tho Chamber of Conimerco linn rot
eel veil a letter from Hccietnry Whyto
of tho Astoria Chamber of Conimerco
asking for data icgrdlug tho cralu
vud cl.ims of Hawaii, Ho wants to
know If they ean ho hml in quantities
largo enough for canning purposes. 1
Tho depositions of Alfred Fowler
end Kverlid 13. M. Dnrantl. witnesses
to n codicil lu Mis. Kllse V. S. Neih
iiiuiin'fc will, were received jcstertlny
r.nd were filed In tho Circuit Court in
tho piobato proceedings of tho estate
J. A. Nadeaii. director general of
tho Alaska-Yuknn-Puclflc Kxnosttlou,
lias notlftcd Lloyd Chllds, who Is pro;
paring tno ilawallan exlillilt. that tho
jrollonlug buildings nro conipleteti:
(Administration, Flro Department, Hos
pital, Agricultural. .Manufactures. Ma
chinery anil Oiegon State.
Miss Alvlna Pimento, tho daughter
of Antnnc H. Pimento, of Honolulu,
was married Inst evening to Samuel
Souzn of Oakland, tho ceremony being
performed by the Itov Father Stephen
.it the Unman Cuthollc cathedral tit 8
t'clock. 'Tho weildlnifwaH n quiet onn.
inly tlm relatives nnd Intimate friend
or the undo and gloom being present.
Acting- (iovernor Mott-Suiilh this
morning signed tho penult for tho tistt
of mllltniy 111 ins nt ICuinehanieha
trhools. According to 11 iccent ruling,
Iho (Iovernor must utllelally sanction
tlm tir.e of ttint.H ut military neailemles
and school 1 elmlUr to Kaiiieli-miult.i,
Porloy Homo ami Llout Winters
called on the Acting (lotornnr ah up
this matter this moiiilug.
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
Hawaiiari Electric Company, Ltd.
Don't serve Dinner on Christmas Day without a sup
ply of PUKE SPARKLING SODA WATER. We arc Ailing
orders for Standard nnd Snecial Flavors for the Holidays.
BOOK YOUR ORDER TODAY.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph A. Griiman,
fcHIPriNO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT."
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
nftlM tut nrnrrnn (tinniiti tx, ji., nnin, mniuVi
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALX & CO., Bath, Main;
PARROn & CO., San Francisco.
The wet wetjrVU sooni'b,e,on. 'Yotf si'buld have your ittundi
uueu in uciuic mn winter nuns mi i a. vno nave eariu juiiiip: ior saie
PffrtdrCori t va cto v
at REASONABLE PRICE fofafa C
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ii i imo
few Arri im
LADIES UNDER VESTS w ltiiKliltt if S1
A very fine asiortment. in nriccs nuitrinir from 20a ti
jrtflefc each. Zl
PEARL WAISTS FOR CHILDREN' 'miotiiiiitr " rr ()
1 very strong sen'iceablc. and'comiortibie. A very 4)
Hur.lNjralar waist with both chiltUtn.Hwl-inothcrs. (
HOSIERYOIt LADIES AND CHrtj)REN O
TW Wlla'Bfeck, Tan. Plain, to Lattv it 4)
NEW MERCIlttED DRESS OOODSIfti'SHIRTINaS X
Elegant goods in white and colors. JJ
NEW SILKOLINES AND CURTAIN MATERIALS. W (
vi t-pihttfjTHiH ..LADIESVBACKWAND 8IDX.C0MBS. l
ELASTIC BELTING, in Black, White, Navy, and Brown.