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EVENING TJTJIAETIW, HONOLTJMT, T. II., THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 190S,
Gun Metal Calf
Made with a welt cole on the Ticrre last the latest
Trench stvle. This is a very swell and handsome shoe, and
rapidly tomir.r; into favor with American women of fashion
MdNERNY SHOE STORE
TART in the
New Year bv
having all the un fram
ed pictures and photos
about the house pro
perly framed at
The Arl and Photo Shop,
928-933 Fort St.
i" n-. m "s w',rr-", nr1- v 1
K.( Ol N" H K.. fiweler
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1142 -Fort Street
Get it for New Year! ABoUlc
CyJL X HA
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
1 HAVE BIG TIME .
IIP MM VALLEY
New Year's Celebration
Honolulu')! bontnn Biiburh is to celt
lirnlo New Year's Day In Kood olil Ha
waiian stlo at Athorton Hall, the fine
now building for the Kawulahno Seni
In.'iry branch of the MliM'uclflc Instl
tiitn. In Day State dialect tlio function
la known tin n "Hnusownrmliig" with
11 faint sus.'tystlon of the Nuw Kng
lainl "Donation I'nity," whllo In so-
duty pail.inco It will ho 1111 "At lloinu."
Tin' Hawaiian 11:111m "lluikiiiu" scums
to cover It all. Whatovcr tlio dcslgna
linn It will lio n Joy to ho there, for
j on will llinl nil your friends from nil
over town. Instead of making 100
Nuw Year's culls after tlio old Dutch
niHtnni It will ho iiosslblu to oxchanga
New Year's greeting with the rent of
Honolulu hy making only miu cell,
Fortunately tlio Y. XI. 0. A. has re
iliiiuttdied Its claim to Now Year's
Day ami no Bets free r.cores who used
to find tlio noon gathering of January
1 at tlio corner of Alakea an J Hotel
streets one of tlio moat delightful and
happy occasion of tlio entire year.
l'eihaps Knwnlnlioa may step Into the.
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nioriow's venture. One of tlio feat
ures of tlio afternoon will ho tlio music
of tlio Hoynl Kawalahao Glee Club.
Tim faculty of the school and tlio
ladles of the trustees will receive. All
Irli'ints of thu Sepiluary ami Wsltltig
friends aro Invited to he present. The
reception will begin at 2 p. m. and
closa of C o'clock. Hookupii snggos
tlons for each guest to bring range
from hooka, games, kags, dishes, pie
lures, chairs, rugs, tables, etc., to Im
pleuiintR and live stock for tlio school
farm. It will bo very Jolly to see what
Honoluluatis plan for this very delight'
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
I BONOLDLD.DcC. 31. 190ev
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ltotinmu Purt Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
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Hutchison SuKr Plant.
Kftliuku MhtiiiMtlnii i.u
Kektl Sui( Co
Kipahum huRnr Co,.,.
Koloa Sujit Co '.....,
Oatiu Stir at Co..
OiiomeaSaicftr Co ..
OuVntaSuuar Plant Co
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PaMuii Sujr Plunl Co
Putllir Sugar MM
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(lovernor I're.ir left Wnbhlngton ty
day on his way to tlio Islands, und ho
will nrrjvo In Oakland, California, on
Monday. Acting Governor Mott-Smlth
received 11 cablegram from tlio (!nv
rrnor this morning stating as follows:
"Leave Washington today. Arrive
Oakland Monday evening 1'iear."
SUPERVISORS TO FIQHT
(Continued from Pare .)
ffle "said by piomlnent nttoruo)H to bo
good. The first of tlie.su Is that thu
.Major cannot make appointments
without tlio approval of the Hoard,
and the second that n largo number
of tlio positions, fon which ho has
named appointees, nre not oulcers
within the meaning of the law, and
that he has no power of appointment
In regard to them nt alt. The latter
point Is based especially on n Su
premo Court decision, which holds
that schoolteachers nro not Govern
ment officers, and this. It would seem,
can bo made to upply to tha cases of
many of tlio appointments nuiinunced
"We have not decided anything
jet," said Supervlsor-eloct Jim
Qiilnn this noon. "We don't know
what to think of that list of appoint
ments. Wo certainly claim that tlio
appointments made hy the Mayor are
subject to the approval of the Hoard,
though ho claims not, and we will not
back down. Tlio Mayor should cer
tainly not appoint all these road I li
nns and other smaller odlcvrs. He
might as well begin to appoint police,
A commeicliil travoler of Lincoln,
Xeli., has had placed in the family lot
i:t tho cemetery a gravostouo v.'hlch
will mark his last resting place when
ho dies. It Is a traveling bag inrv.-il
fiom marble mid bo'irs this lino'
"Heio Is whoro 1)111 stopped last."
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 231. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & P Ltd.
We tlo nil hindi of Teamine;; also deal in Crashed Rock. White nni
Black Sand, Broken Cowl. Garden Sail, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPf
Notice No session tomonrw, Jaa,
Dividends Doc. 21, 1908. " rtrew
or & Co., 2 per cent, Hwn. 1 pii cent;
Wnlmaunlo, 24 per cent; Hiun ICIco
trio", Vt per cent;' Obwa'ti 1 per cent;
Hon. 11. & M. Co, V4 per cent; I.. I. B.
N. Co., . por cent; Kahukii, 1 per
cent: Haw. Ag. Co., I per cent; Haw.
Plneapplo Co., 1 per cent; Hon. It. T.
& I.. Co. I'M (scml-ati.) 3 per cent;
Hon. H. T. & I.. Co. Com (iptar.) 1
Well agree to do for you thiftj
best job of personal decorat-:M
ing you ever had done it
you'll come here next time you need elotliei. We'll hiafj
Hart Schaffner & Marx
FINE CLOTHES ON YOU.
If you want to Rive tome man a present he'il like, loo)'
nt some of our good thine to wear. Neckwear of all kind;!
cloves; hosiery; fine shirts; pood underwear; canes; uh
brellas; jewelry; the place to buy a man's things is
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We'll put you on to the right . 'vl
thing fiom 2S cents up to 50. Jt!k"f
This store is the hwie cf $?
HART SCHAFFNEB & MARX CLOTHES J? iV
ELKS' BUI LDING, KING ST. near FORT.
Latest augar quotation 3.C7 ctnti or
$73.40 per ton.
H 9 osessBR9R9amai
Sugar 3 87 Denis
Henry Wtteruousa ' Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Decaitmeol
Members Honolulu 8tock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. M.i,.t.r.
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Sulcldo of W. 11. Kelly, cashier for
tho Union 1'aclfle at South Oniahu.
A five- or six-room house for Immcdl
nlo occupuncy. Good tenant. Ad
dress "J. K. I).," this ofllce.
Cheap Dwelling house nt Palama,
newly finished; pallor, 3 bedrooms,
und nil other conveniences. Apply
at once, 12, II., V. Wolter, "Occi
dental Hottl." 4190-31
A gold watch fob, bearing initials
"A. 0, II," Hewurd ut this olllco.
LUMBER BEING SENT
OUT TO CANTONMENT
Tho, lumber' brought' here on tho
Alaskan for the I.cllehtia cantonment
work. Is being unloaded today and will
ho loaded directly onto tlio train for
transportation to tho sceuo of thu
work. Operations have been delayed
too long as it Is, through tho non-ar-ilval
of tho lumber, and no time will
be lost In getting tho material unto the
ground, now that It Is hero.
It Is hoped that tho supply brought
by tho Alaskan may proo sufficient to
carry tho work along until tho arrival
of tho 1'leluiles. which will bring the
test of the material needed to com
plctc tho undertaking. With tha troops
duo hero 011 January 12, every day
Irom now on must bo mado to count,
.mil n shortugo of lumber will work
lmoc with tho plans of tho officer In
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Receiving Station Clerk, A. V
Ulcyclo Officers, Samuel II. Kaahu,
D. II. Knhuiiamokii.
I'ntrolmcn, James l'nlkul, John S.
Kauhnlhao, Hose Peter, S. I.. I.claloha,
Geo. II. Killn, Win, Spencer.
Turnkey, Sam Kuloa,
Tho watches will work In eight-hour
shifts, Instead of six-hour shifts us at
present, and their hours will bo from
7 a. in. until 3 p. 111., 3 p. m., until 11
p. m., und 11 p. in., until 7 a. m. These
hours wore decided on as they will
givo tho men a chance to go to und
from their work on thu cars no mat
ter when their watch fulls.
Tho new blcyclo patrol forco wil
work nt night Mr nine hours from
ubout 8 p. in. until G a. 111., though the
exact hour may bo varied a little to
Weekly BuHetin $1 Per Year
Bulbs! Bulbs! Bulbs!
Various Kinds of Flowering Bulbs.
Mis. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid
Woman dlvcived In Ouk.mil becauso
hnsbaud wouldn't get her a washtub.
gets license to wed again same day.
Downtown merchants of 6a t Fran
cisco nro perfecting plans for Now
Year's ovu celebration.
Levi Newton llree.l, u ploi,.o' of C.il
Ifuuila, Is dead us a result of UilshtV
Geoigu W. Fletcher, district frt Itilit
agent of Southern l'nclflcC, H ib.nl
HiiDbaud of F.va Fay kills self In
99f Christmas brought into most
Sionies a lot of new things thai will
lisplace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. bell the unwanted things.
Tmi good imlobacliH. Phono 6.
luter-lslaiid and O. It. & I., shipping
Looks for sale at the 1! it 1 1 u 1 1 n
olllce, tu onch.
All 1908 taxes remaining unpaid
Jan. 1, 1909, will be .published as de
linquent. Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
F.et a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Go to "The Royal Annex."
Just imported, lino flesh family
milch cows, also some line bred bulls.
Club Stnbles. Telephone 109.
Cout iour Iron roots with "Arable."
You will bo sur piked at Its cooling
and preuervathe properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
On Installments of $3 f-r month you
can purchase a White Family notary
sewing machine, lleuny n uo l.ui
agents. 12C6 Fort St. Phono 488.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their duos to
tho financial secretary at Kvenlng
Uil'lotln any day between 12 nn1 1
Henry May & Co, Ltd., have a large,
fresh shipment of Centennial's llest
Flour In tdock If you have not tried
this-Hue Hour before, try It now. Phono
When you wlrh to reach tho other
islands or a steamer between Honolulu
und the Coast, send a wireless. It Is
quick and sine, and tho rates aro low
enough for anybody.
Reis & Qutun are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phane
199 Short runs 50c and (1.00 By
the hour (5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Tifti Rapid Transit cars will run one
lour luter than their usuil schedule
time tonight. This will make the lust
cars downtown for tho suburbs leave
nt half past twelve o'clock.
The N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. nro
offering for Saturday six spuclnls Jhut
aro tho 'acnif of economy. See their
ad In this paper for tho prices. Drop
In Saturday und see for yourself,
J. M. Levy & Co., the family grocers,
have established a reputation for caro
tid, respectful service that Is one of
their best assets. Finest staplo uud
fancy groceries always In stock.
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
Start thu new year with u Koduk,
and you'll have twice as many good
limes during 1909. Wo have Kodaks
and cameras in nil sizes, and every
thing that goes with them, Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Fred llollmun, n snllor off the W.
P. Frye.complnlned at the police, station
this afternoon that a bag or clothing,
which ho had placed under tho Sailors'
Home building, hud been Btoleu. It
contained all his worldly possessions.
A party of forty-suven will go down
to Hulelwu In automobiles tonight to
see the old year out and there will bo
a number of guests thcro tomorrow to
enjoy tho early blessings of the Now
Year. On Sunday there Is to bo golf
galore. Tho road to Hulelwu Is In per
Owing to tho Now Ycur's holiday tho
regular meeting of the Civic Section of
the Men's League will bo postponed
until Friday, January 8th. Tho topic
will bo "A Continuation of tho Study
of tho Municipal Act." It Is hoped, If
possible, to finish tho examination ot
tho Act at tho next mooting.
t Miss Helen Wilder left by tho Ala
meda yesterday for her homo In Wut-
honvillo, California, Shu expects to
ictiirn hero next August for a visit to
her mother and In September to start
on a tour of tho world, going first to
Japan, On this tour bIio will bo ac
companied by Miss Copelaud of Wat
rouNllle. Miss Woodanl, nt 1141 Fort street,
has still on hand a very nice assort
ment of fuuey goods ami underwear.
A very pretty dlieetolro hbuao gowu
I ns mndo u gloat hit aud she Cll hard
ly fill crdors for It. Tlio Hawaiian
luumii, tho most comfoitnblo of night
dresfos, with Flench mubioldery, la
niudo of tho (lnest niatorluls. Orders
taken fur stamping and embroidery.
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy. Quality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores and show window! f.
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.
There May Be More Life
in Honolulu next year than there has been during 1908,
but our soda water will contiuue to be the liveliest in the
country. j. ,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph A. Oilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL A CO.. Bath.. Main; '
PARROTT ft CO., Ban Franoiico.
Filling and Grading
, The wet weather wjJJi soon be on. Yon thould have your ground
filled in before the winter 'rain' let' in. We have earth filling (or atl
at REASONABLE PRICES.
P M. Pond. Contractor
3C" m m- ', a w l'frm .
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LADIES' UNDER VESTS
A very fine aswrtment, in prices ranging from 90o
, to 80c each.
PEARL WAISTS FOR CHILDREN '
Very strong, serviceable, and comfortable.. A vary
'popular waist with both children and mothers.
HOSIERY FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN, ' '
In Black, Tan, Plain, and ..
NEW MERCERIZED DRESS GOODS AD SHIRTINGS
Elegant goods in white and colors.
NEW SJXK0LINES AND CURTAIN MATERIALS. Q
ULULKb' BAVXL AMU SlL CUMJHS.
ELASTIQ BELTUia, iA BJk, WUfc. 7, a4 ftvy.