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EVENING DtTLMBTW, HONOLULU, T. H SATUrtDAYi JAN. 2, 1909.,
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
and taste. ,
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
START in the
New Year by
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
follow the rain as night the day. SKEETGO will, rid
you j)f their bflizing and you won't get "stung" if you
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Honolulu Construction and Uraying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281, P. 0. BOX 154, -Fort
St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Hock, White ana
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto, SAFE MOVING A EST
Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
NOT CASE OF "ANOTHER
KANAKA GONE WRONG"
i i in i
Editor Evening Ilullottn:
I'lcaso put tills Ih your paper or su)'
Bomctillng, eo that my friends and
nil on Oahu may ndt say "another
Kanaka gone wront;."
NOA W. ALULI.
llllo, Hawaii, T. II.,
December 28th, 1908.
Hon. Charlc3 Williams, County Attor
ney, County of Hawaii, llllo.
Dear Mr. Williams: I wish mud
do thank you for 'your two letters of
tven date herewith, as follows:
"Hllo, Hawaii, Dec. 28th, 1908.
"Noa W. Alull, Eq., Hllo, Hawaii.
"Dear Sir. You aro horoby notified
that you will not bo npioii ted to any
position In this offlco aftor tho oxplra
tlun of )our present communion'.
"County Attorney, County of Hawaii."
"Hllo, Hawaii, Dee. 28th, 1908.
"To Whom It May Concern:
"ThU Is to certify that Mr. Noa W,
Alull was my1 Deputy from tho 11th
day of Atiffiut 1905, and I always found
him capable, able, willing and honest.
"County Attorney, County of Hawaii."
because In tho ono you gave mo suffi
cient 'tlmo to "look around,", and In
tho other a very good recommenda
tion! As to tho reason for this step of
yours, I do not caro to know, It being
your kuleana: Surely It cannot bo bo
caiuo I havo been dishonest, unwil
ling, unnhlo and incapable by you and
tho odlco, for you havo used tho words
"und I always found him capable, able,
wllllngnd honest'." ,
Although you havo "fired" and "giv
en mo tho grand hounco" without a,
nennng, yet, l want to thank you for
jour kind actions and attentions ilur
Ing theso years, and will step out of
your offlco with tho best wishes and
nlohas for you, und with tho feeling
that I havo been truo and, using the
words of tho Tribune, "Loyal" by you.
With tho greetings of the season,
Me ka Haahaa,
(Sgd.) NOA W. ALULI.
"MRS WIGQ3 OF THE
" CADBAQE PATCH."
Company Will Arrive on the 8. 8.
Tho humor and pathos of the written
pages aro not only retained, hut the art
of the actress adds to the enjoyment
of tho oho, and gives a deeper mean
Ing to tho other. In tills Instance tCe
play Is not tho wholo thing, clever 'an
It Is. Tho flno character work makes
ono fotgot that tho plot Is. not subtlo
and la tho distinctive merit of' tho
piece. Mrs. wiggn and her,daitghtors,
Asia, Australia, and Kuropcua, whom
fho named from tho "Jogranhy," the
lazy llquor-lovlng ,Mr. Stublilns, tho
pessimistic Mis' Hazy, spiteful Mrs
Etchorn, impulsive nilly Wlggs, and
tho misunderstood Lovey Maryeacli
tea a pago from life, and wlth'sucli
a raro group of. entertainers, a fine-
i pun plot would bo out of Vlaco, tor
great omotlons neod slmplo settings,
laughs como quick, and facq In the
play and tbero is enough of, tho pa
Ihellc for proper srasonlng. The hum
our of Mrs. Wlggs Is Irresistible ''Mat
rimony," says she. "Is like overythlng
list you get out of It about as much
as joii put Into It." This wasn't truo
In her own caso, but she thought It
was, and did what sho could to make
It truo. "It doesn't matter what' part
of' tho world you llvo In, If jou havo
tho right person lolho with," sho
sayB again, and sho also- remarks "I'
ain't no use. puttln' up 'your umbrella
till It begins to rain." Sho doesn't bo
llovo In shutting herself up In any onu
church and her sympathy Is wldu
.enough to tako In Lovey Mary an I
her baby protego, Llltlo Tommy, with-
out asking any questions, Still t Ic
not all as a funmakcr that Mrs. Wlggs
makes hor appeal., Sho shines oven
brighter on the erring Mri Wlggs,who
has deserted her and tho children, and
unexpectedly tlnda himself In tho pres
ence of tho woman-ho has so cruolly
wronged. Tho pathos of this sccuo
ocn right to the heart. Wlggs gncii
away without oven going Into tho
Ikihiio to soe tho Jlttlo onoa, and It
teems nb though Mrs. Wlggs could
never bo happy again, hut a moment
later sho Is dovottng all hor onorgy to
piling tho drunken Mr. Stubblus Into
a freight car, and Bhlpplng him away
from Mia' Hazy, whfl has paid a dollar
for him ut tho matrimonial agency and
got decidedly tho worst of tho bargain.
8eats go on salo at tho Dorgstrom
Musi Co. Mondaymornlng, January t,
ai v ociock.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAME
- HONOLULU, Jan. 2, 19G9
Largo front room, also 2 -room cot-
L tage. 729 King St. 4198-tf
Ohas. R. F-pazier
Phone 371. 122 KIiir St.
. or STOCK
Z Btrocr Si Co-...
Kwa Plantation Co ....
Hw Com ft Suit Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co..,.
Hmtomu Sucaf Co ...
Honoaaa Sonar Co .
llalfcn Snrar Cn ......
Molctilion Sugar Plant.
KAHUKU flAMRltOII i.n
Klpahdlc Sugar Co ...
Kolna Sugar Co
Oftbs Diitar Co
Ortomta Sugar Co ....
Ookota SuRar Plant Co
P aalian Sugar Pttnl Co
Pailfic Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
ffpfaken Sugar Co....
Wauuau Sugar Co ....
Walmaaalo Sugar Co.,
Watmca Suaar Mill Co
litter-Nlanil Strain NCo
Hawaiian Rlectile Co..
Hon R T ft t. Co Com
Mutual Ttttphrcie Co
Nalilka Rwbbtr Co.,
.Paid Up. -..
Mahiku Rubber Co.An.
Hllo RR Co,
Mm, H ft M Co-.....,..
Hawaiian Plnrappla Co.
Haw Tar 4 PC IFire CI)
Haw Ttf 4 PC
Haw Tar 4H oc
HawTcr i pc
HawCtovi 1 pc
Ham. Ultcli Co ,
Unncr Mich 6a
Haw Sugar Co ope...
Hllo R R Co Con b tic
Honakaa Suaar co. fine.
Hon RTft LCo6i c
Kanuau I'.am too pc.
airnnar a v.o-a at.
Oahu RftLCo6pc ..
Uahu Sttjtar Co s p c .
Olaa Suaar Co6uc.
Pac- Sue Mill Co. 6$
Pal Plautatloil Co ....
PlotwtrMIIICo 6 pc..
Walalua trl-Co ape
Sales IJetween Hoards: 8 Hon. II
n. at rin ni. w n ..
.11. vu u: ij i.-i. u. n. i;n.
?132.50,' 60 Oahu Sug. Co.. $27.25; 10
Oahu Sugar Co., $27.25; 10 Oahu Stic
or Co., J27.25; 20 How. C. & 8. Co.,
Dividends Jan. 2, 190D: Haiku, l',L
Pfr cent; Pala, 14 per cent; I'loneer,
2 por cent
Latest sugar quotation 3.67 cents or
$73.40 per ton.
Y LBWBBaaaaafBBBBr'nBal !M9'Vt'
We'll agree to do for 'you the
best job of p2rsonal 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 give some man a present he'll like, look
at some of our good thtnes to wear. Neckwear of all kinds;
gloves; hosiery; fine shirts; good underwear; canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the dace to buy a man's things is where
he buys .them himself. (
We'll put you on to tho right
thing from 25 cents up to $50.
This store is the home ef
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO ST. near FORT.
Copyright 1908 bjr
Hart Schaffner ic Mir .
Sugar 3 87 Sents,
Henry Waternouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manater.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
. YOU CAN START THE .
New Yew Right ,
by givinjr us your
To be Repaired s
J. A: R. Vieira & Co.
J 113 HOTEL ST.
Tou save I
When you get
us to make
Our $25. luih
GEO. A. MARTIN,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B01T0N BLDO., FORT ST,
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a coniplrtn nummary at
the news of tho day,
LOCAL AND tetNtKAL
Jay Christmas brought into most
homes a lot of new thinfrs that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6.
Commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young llldg. Phone
Inter-Island and O. It. & L. shipping
books for salo at the Bui lo tin
ofllco, SO oach.
Hoys' overalls and rompers, unex
celled In valuo at Mom's, Opposlto
Catholic Church. .
Albert Horner, John linker mid Ehcn
Iow camo In on tho Manna Kca from
Hawaii yesterday morning,
llltlo In tho swell StudcDakcr driven
by tho expert chaffcur, M. T. Luti.
Phone 191. Hoyal Hawaiian Oarage
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will he surnrhed at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Food Co., agents. "
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Orally Rotary
sewing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1200 l'ort St. Phono 4S8.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their dues to
tho financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
Qo to "The' Royal Annex."
-Tho Honolulu Undertaking Co. will
change Its linme of business by thu
first of tho year, and It will bo known
ns M. K. Sllva Undertaking Establish
mont. 1120 Kort street.
Reis & Quiun are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phene
189 Short runs OOo and Ji.uv fly
the hour $5.00 Special rates lor
shopping and 'calling.
Senator KainuoKniuni wns tins morn
ing reappointed as u member of tho
Hoard of Health by Acting (lovcrnor
E. A. Mott-Bmtth! Ho has, been serv
ing for tho pnst year.
There Is no uso going further. Tho
Territorial Messenger sorvlco demon
strates every day tho ability of Its
boys tn carry messages safely and with
dispatch.. Phono 361.
Miss Power's elenrauco salo of trim
mod hats Is attracting great attention
among ladles of Honolulu. Beautiful
ly trimmed hats nro selling at big re
Mictions. Boston building, l'ort stroct.
Acting .Ocnrrnor MqU-Smlth was
Honored by culls from most of tho con
Mils of the city )ustcrduy. Tho men
representing tho great nations' of tho
earth paid their Now .Year's respects.
In tho ejectment suli of F K. Archer
vb. 8 Naka and J. Baklharn, Judgo Do
Bolt this morning' sustained thadciiiitr
ror lo tho complaint filed by Attorney
W. T. Rawlins. V. C, Achl represents
Senator Coclho cvlcbrntrd his thirty-eighth
birthday on Now YeuV'a Day.
Many good resolutions woro mado,
among thorn being tn double his on
orglos for Maul appropriations In tho
Tho soda water mado by tho Consol
idated Soda Water Co., Ltd., phono 71,
Is thu best to uso during 1DU9 becauso
It Is puro and well flavored. If It was
not tho people would not havo con.
Mimod tho thousands of gallons sold
by tho company last year.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
By a conveyance, of exchango filed
In tho Registrar's ofllco this morning,
tho trustees of tho Burnico ,PuuahI
Blschop Estato received tho land at
Lnhalna, Maul, known ns thu St.. Cross
church promises, and tho"" Protestant
Episcopal church received 38,729
bViuaro feet of land In that lclnlty.
Trio meeting of tho llulld and Wo
man's Auxiliary of St. Androw'a Ca
thedral will bo hold at half past, two
tn Monday afternoon, January 4, at
tho homo of tho llov, Mr. nilss, on
Pllkol strcot two doors below the Ma
klkl flro station, and not In tho Sun
day school room as prcUously an
nounced, "How to Keep From Fainting," will
bo tho subject of John W. Wadman's
icrmon tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock In tho First M. E. church, cor
ner Bcretanla and Miller street. In
tho ovenlng at 7:30 ho will speak on
"Charncter Building." Bnlh sermons
Mill bo nppropri.ilo for tho Now Yoar
Tho lmlillo lit cOidlally Invltod.
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 tint' cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
J ! !! I
Wash Down the Old
resolutions and anchor the new with some of the soda wa
ter that you know is PURE.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd. '
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE of the Age.
OLD GOVERNMENT" PLANTATION CIGARS.
Only the very best of,FORTO RICAN TOBACCO used in tlu
manufacture of the cigars. All sizes and colors.
Lewis & Co.. Ltd..
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
169 KING STREET , TELEPHONE 240.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. 'You should have your grounds r
filled in before, the winter rains set in. We have earth filling for sols ,
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890 ,
P. M. Pond. Contractor l
II Remnant Sale!
On MONDAY, JANUARY 11TH, WE SHALL BEGIN A If
MONSTER REMNANT SALE to CLEAR Q
UP the SHORT LENGTHS and ODD LOTS before our AN-
NUAL STOCK-TAKING. jli
COTTON DRESS GOODS """;"'
AT HALF-PRICE 1
Many Dress Lengths in Organdies, Lawns, Muslins, Ba
tistes, Madras, Etc., which will be sold at about half-price,
REMNANTS OF SILKS, EMBROIDERED CHIFFONS,
SILK MULLS, at LOWEST P R'.I 0 E S !
HOSIERY Many Brokn Lines of 60c., 65c, and 75o.
goods, which will. go very cheap.
LADIES' KID GLOVES, CORSETS, and UNDER
VESTS, LACES, and EMBROIDERIES.
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