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EVENING BUU.ETIM, HONOLULU, T. H., TO1DAY, JAN. 1, 1009.
Gun Metal Calf
Made with a welt 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
kJJ New Year
having all the unfram
ed pictures and photos
about the house pro
perly framed at
The Art and Photo Shop,
928-933 Fort St.
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
for New Year ! A Bottle
CIVIC REPORT ON
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAPtt
HONOLuLu.Dcc. 31, 190&
. ur STOCK
tottle of I
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
An Interesting icgport on city Im
inneinent ti:ia been in ado l; the Civic
Federation Committee lis I'.IIowh:
Tlio Committee on Parks, Streets
mitt l'ulillo Works of tliu Civic Feder
ntltm of llonotulu liuu luul n number
of Important matters under cunshlerc
lion during Hie .year 1908 of which
may ho mentioned:
(1) Proposal to lmprovo tho Queen's
Hospital lot nt corner of lleretunh
and Punchbowl Vtrcots.
(2) Proposal to provide n park for
(3) Pioposal to secure n park In tho
territory at (injur) Nmianu i.inl Pnnou
(4) ProiKJsal of scheiiu for beautify
Ing the grounds around tin Judicial'
butlitliiK. and for tho Torrltur) to pur
chase the adjoining property on Punch
howl and King streets.
(G) Proposal for opening n btrect
."long the waterfront from the Oceanic
dock to tho junction of Queen street.
(C) Proposal to continue tho Im
prinement of Ala Moann Road hy the
planting of cocoanut tices.
(7) Proposal to remove tho well
n nm ml the Execntltu building and
beautify the grounds.
(8) Proposal for Boulevard around
Island of O.ilui.
(9) PrOKjsnl for permanent or con
stant repair men (Cantonlers) on roads
(10) Proposal to secure leglslathe
action for regulation of bill boards.
In addition to doing considerable
work on most of the above proposals
this committee took up very vigorous
ly tho removnl of sand and tho des
I ruction of nlgeroba trees by Japanese
on the Ala Moann road. With the holp
of Mnrston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works und Sheriff laukca,
this depredation was stopped at once.
Wo are pleased to say that our atten
tion was first called to this matter by
n lady, one of our largo property hold'
crs, and tho Increased interest that is
being taken in linpnncment work gen
erally Is very gratifying.
Through tho asBlstanco of the dally
press n very successful campaign was
rarrlod on far the cleaning up of the
city during Fleet Week, and right ut
the present ttmu splendid results could
be had if the papers would ugaln run
local notices urging tho residents to
commence tho Now Year right by
cleaning up their property and 'the
Early In tho year our committee took
up with Samuel Johnson (then Koad
Supervisor) tho work of his depart
ment. A very careful investigation
was made and n great deal of vuluablo
Information was gathered ob to tho
workings of tho Koad Hoard and cost
of toad work, nnd a very satisfactory
condition of affairs was found at the
A very completo plan of Improving
tho grounds of tho Judiciary building
which had been prepaid! by n commit
tee under tho chairmanship of Mr. P.
Homo, was given tho endorsement of
the Civic Federation, and presented
by this committee to tho Superintend
ent of Public Works, who Is now giv
ing tho matter careful study and
promises to co-oporato with us In car-
tying out some schemo of Improve
ment of tho bullying and surroundings.
Wo have always found Mr. Campbell
ready to coopcrnto In' nny Improve
ment matter, ami his advlco and as
ilstnnco has already been of great holp
to us In our work.
Tho plan of block work will bo con
tillered very carefully. In arranging
our schedule for 1909, this plan of ap
pointing a commltteo to supervlso and
oncnurnge tho residents In each block
to Improvement efforts has mot Willi
wonderful success In other places and
should ho tried hero.
Whllo wo have not done nearly as
much atf wus planned at tho commence
ment of tho year, tho results accom
plished aio very encouraging and I
tccl Justified in suylng that Improve
ment nutters a. a .ery much alive In
tho community and I am euro tho rev
port of tho Oahu Central Committee',
when published, will also show a heal
thy growth of tho Improvement Clubs
nnd an Increased Interest In tho work
all along tho line.
ZENO K. MYER8,
Brewer ft Co.
Rwl rUnlillonCo ....
Haw Com fc Sue Co .,
Hawaiian Sugar Co,
llonomn Sugar Co ....
Hotiokaa Sugar Co.
Ilulchlion Sugar Dam.
Katiiiku Pl.vi.allnti Co
Ktkaha Sug Co- .
klpahutu hugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co
McHrrd Sugar Co ...,
Oaliu Srugar Co
Onomra Sugar Co ,,
OoVota Sugar llant Co
OlaaSugnrCo tail ...,
paaliau Sugar Plnt Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
PtVtii Fuiar Co...,
Pin r Mill Co
Wi U'ua Agile Co
WpnukuSugat Co .,..
Walmanato Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
Intcr-latawl Slum NCo
Hon H T fc I. Co rrtl
Hon RTft L Co Com
Mutual Tlrtitioie Co
Oahu KJtt (.Co..
Mil.) I! K r, ,
Hawaiian Piiiclpl Co,
Haw Trr 4 pc. .......
Haw Ter tiir
HawTtr M pc
Haw Gov't a pc
Ca.ttrctSu& KclCo (p.
rlalku Sugar Co6uc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Pitch 6t
H aw Com A Sue, Co s PC
Haw Sugar Co f. p c... .
HIloK RCci Con 6 pc
Honakaa Sugar co. fpc
Hon KTftXCuip c
Kahuku P.atit Cat lie
MrBrvrif S Co'l It.
Oahu K& LCo6-c ..
Oahu Sugar Co 1 pc ..
Olaa Sugar Co ( p c
I'ac buK. Mill Co. (a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 pc.
Waialua AgrkCo ipr
Notice No session tomorirw, Jar.
Dividends Doc. 51, 1908. i"" llrew
cr & Co., 2 per cent; Kwn, 1 p-i cent;
Wnlmanalo, 214 l'er cent; Hnw F.leo
trie, percent; Ol'iwa'u 1 iicr cent;
Hon. 11. & M. Co., H per cent; I.-I. S.
N. Co, vi por cent; Kahuku, 1 per
cent; Haw. Ag. Co., 1 per cent; Haw.
Plncappto Co., 1 per cent; Hon. 11. T.
& I.. Co. I'M (scml-nn.) 0 per cent;
Hon. It. T. & L. Co. Com (quar.) 1
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 lianp;
Hart Schaffner & Marx
PINE CLOTHES ON YOU.
If you want to Rive some man a nrcscnt he'll like, look
at some of our good thinirs to wear. Neckwear of all kinds;
rIovcs; 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 tho right
thing from 2u cents up to $30.
This store is the home of T
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO ST. near FORT.
Copyright 1908 by
Htrt Schaffner & Mr
Latest sugar quotation 3.67 cents or
73.40 per ton.
Sugar 3 87 3ents
Henry Waternouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MEKCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Honolulu Construction and Praying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & 0 ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alio deal in Crushed Rock, White nnd!
Black Sand, Broken Corel. Garden Soil. Eto. SAFE MOVING A SPF"
1 : "
Ihe Bulletin Publishing Co..
Ltd., is agent for the be engraving
ana lithographing company on
the Pacifio Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
YOU CAN START THE
New Year Right
by giving us your
To be Repaired
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST.
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinins
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure,
E. W. Grove's signature is on
l'AIUS WEDICINU CO., St. LouU, V. S. A.
Tou save I
When you if I
ui to make
Our $25. sultl
GEO, A. MARTIN,
BEAUTIFUL STYLES ,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLBG., FORT ST.
Blank hooks of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured hy the Bulletin
LOCAL ANb 6BNEIAL
JB" 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. sell the unwanted things.
Ten good uuto-hncks. Phono C.
Commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young Illdg. l'lione
Intcr-Islnnd anil O. R. & L. shipping
Looks for salo at tho Uullotlu
office, CO each.
All 1008 taxes remaining unpaid
Jan. 1, 1009, will be published as de
linquent. Hoys' overalls ntul rompers, unex
celled In vnlue at Ilium's. Opposite
Go to "The Royal Annex."
Oahu Ixidge Nu. I, K. of I'., will hold
a regular meeting In K, or P. hall at
7:30 tlita uenlng.
Tho Chas. R. Frailer Company, your
advertisers, wish you n very happy and
prosperous Now Year.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase n White Family Rotary
sowing machine llonny & uo., i,tu.,
agents, 12CC Fort St. Phono 488.
Honolulu Ixlgo tilii, li, i'. u. I-;., will
have open house for Elks and their
friends nil day, and In the evening tho
lodgo will hold 11 regular meeting.
Members ot tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their dues to
tho financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin auy day between 12 and 1.
Dlom, Fort street, opposite tho Cath
olic church, has the largest assortment
of corsets in town This week ho Is
alsos howlng hoys'-ovoralls nnd romp
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phane
109 Short runs uuc and ?l.W fly
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
It Is icportod 111 local pronioiuou
circles that John O. Woolloy Is to bo
brought back to Hawaii to fight for
the pnssago of a local option bill In
tho coming Legislature.
Bananas and pineapples aro now at
their best. Remember your friends on
tho Coast. If tho order Is placed with
tho Island Fruit Co. It will receive
prompt nnd careful attention.
On Monday. January 11th, n. W.
Jordan & Co. will begin n monster rem
nant sale to clear up tho short length
nnd odd lots beforo stock taking. Rem
Hants of dress goods, silks, chiffons,
etc. Many odd lots.
A firecracker on tho roof of ono of
tho cottages in Theodore Richards'
Vineyard street cainp laBt nlglit re
sulted in the calling out ot tho depart
ment. Tho first' was put out beforo
tho machines arrived.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
Within tho next few days a mcotlng
will be c&llcd by tho Civic Federation
to dUcuss plans for n celebration of
Lincoln's birthday. February 12. Tilt
celebration will be under tho super
vision of tho Commltteo on Education
ot tho Federation, and the schools and
colleges will probably observe tho day
with Biiltnlto programs.
Tho Protestant Episcopal Church In
Hawaii yesterday made nn oxchango of
property nt Luhalua with the trustees
of the lllshop Estate. Tho placo known
as tho St. Cross premises, whoro tho
English sisters started a school in
18GG, and which had hocn used before
as an American marina hospital, was
oxchangod for tho property on the
beach where Mrs, Bishop lived when
r girl and which onco belong to tho
Chief Pakl. ,
James Adlcy, a first-class prlvato of
tho U. 8. Engineers, loft tho I.ellchua
cnvalry camp Monday morning early
with his gun to go hunting In tho Wat
nnae mountains. Not returning at
night search was Instituted for him.
Ho was found about half a mile from
tho camp helpless from Injuries re
ceived by fulling down n precipice
three hundred feet, duo to the trail
along the precipice crumbling under
his feet. His Injuries wero so Bevoro
that ho was nimble to crawl and Buf
fered Intensely from thirst, becoming-
I delirious, und ilnnlly unconscious.
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 first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
There May Be More Life
in Honolulu next year thnn there lias been during 1008,
but our soda water will continue to be the liveliest iu the
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager.
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE of the Age.
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS.
Only the very best of PORTO RICAN TOBACCO used in tho
manufacture of the cigars. All sizes and colors.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
169 KINO STREET . TELEPHONE 240.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on, You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains iet in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890
P. M. Pond. Contractor
O New Yftn,i "
On MONDAY, JANUARY 11TH, WE SHALL BEGIN A W
MONSTER REMNANT SALE to CLEAR ft
UP the SHORT LENGTHS and ODD LOTS before our AN-' i
NUAL STOCK-TAKING. X
COTTON DRESS GOODS " T",T" 4)
AT HALF-PRICE! 2i
(t Many Dress Lengths in Organdies, Lawns, Muslins, Ba- ()
0 tistes, Madras, Etc., which will be sold at about half-price, g)
REMNANTS OF SILKS, EMBROIDERED CHIFFONS, O
SILK MULLS, at LOWEST PRICES1
HOSIERY Many Brokn Lines of 50c, 05c., and 75c.
goods, which will go very cheap.
LADIES' KID OLOVES, CORSETS.
VESTS, LACES, and EMBROIDERIES.
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