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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. li.,,10ND,Ay,.JAN. 4, 1909.
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4p . 7
Success In business is the truest sign of publio
Appreciation and Approval. Our business for the past
year lias demonstrated that our system, our shoes, and
our prices have nut with that approval that is reflect
ed in public patronage,
This year will be no exception; and by honest and
proper attention t ) th wants of our patrons, we fully
expect to close 1039 ns succwfully as we have 1008.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
START in the
New Year by
having all the unfram
cd 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 ai night the day, SKEEXOO will rid
you of their buzzing and you won't get "stung" if you
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
mm mm on
WORK OF HIS TERM
1 Decrease of Criminal
SlicrllT Iaukcn today filed lilfl nnmiil
rciHirt, which, ns It r!i6ws a corneal 1
son with tho work of 1907, Is pracllc-il
I) a report of thu work of his cntlic
term. It rcailB in full as follows:
.Inn 2. 11109.
f To tho Commlttio on l'ollcc, Hoard of
aentlemcn: I have tho honor to
Eiibmlt the following report of the Po
lice Department for the ,cnr 1908.
During tho twclvo moiHhs.ciuled.De
(ember 31st, tho total. number of crim
inal nrreBts was 3984, n decrease of
T80, ns compared with thu numbrt
4370, for the previous year. Thw total
number of convictions v. as 2933, as
dgnlnst 338S for 1907, a decrease of
453, or 13 per cont, Tho decrease has
been mainly In tho District of Hono
lulu, whero tho total number of nr
reBts fell 11 por cent, and convictions
18 icr cent.
A comparative statement of tho ni
lusts and convictions, by Districts for
tho vears 1907 and 1908, may bo sum
marlzcd ns follows:
1907 1903 1907 1608
Districts Arrest Convictions.
Honolulu . . ..3G92 3238 2887 2302
Koolaupok.0 ... 110
Totals . ...4370 3981 3388 23.15
Of offenses, gambling heads tho lint
with 14S8 arrosts and llPG.convlcllons
Compared with the joar previous tho
total number of arrests remalnoil prac
tlcally tho snm,c, whilst conlcllo:c de
creased only 9 per cent. A notcwouhy
fcatura of tho ) car's record has j.i
tho largo falling oft in tho number tit
perrons convicted of drunkenness Dm
lug 1907, tho total number of convic
tions wns 935, whllo in 1908 It foil to
031, n decreaso of 304, equal to -1J por
cent. This would seem to I1n.lc.1tu
I hat tho operation of tho now liquor
law has been most effective In kceiiliu
down drunkenness. Tho convictions
for larceny decreased 29 per ccut; dis
turbances by night, 47 per cent; nuil
vngrnncy, 2 per cent Of assault and
battery cases, n slight Increase f 9
per cent In convictions Is alio mi jvor
the, record of the previous. jear.
A comparative summary of tho more
prevalent offenses, for 1907 and WW
may bo shown as follows:
Offenses. Arrests Convictions
1907 1908 1907 1903
Drunkenness ., 994
Assault and bat
of night 153
Tho nationalities of persons convict
od aro as follows:
Chlnesq .,., 983
I'orto Illcans 141
All Others ,.. DCS
Honolulu Construction and Draying Go,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. 7. 0. BOX 151,
Fort St , 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & 0 ltd.
We da all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Sock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A BVT
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
299 231 274
226 12C 181
OG 43 3D
101 72 EC
31 29 3D
460 210 271
Totnls 3388 293ri
Juvenile offenders decreased near
ly 29 por cent. Of tho totil number )ir
restod, 80 wcio Committed to rofonrf
t-chools, 60 admitted to probation and
18 discharged; 98 of tho delinquents
were Hnwallans and 27 Portuguese Of
coxes, 123 vvero males nnd23 females
Thcro have been 43 Coronoi's In
quests held during tho ear, 11 less
than the jeiu before. Tho verdicts re
sulted n follows: Accidental, 20;
drowning, 6; murder, 1; suicides, 13;
natural causes, 2,
Tho total expenditures of tho Po
l!co Department for 1908, was $89,
980.11 leaving unexpended the, sum of
S1.G6C89, frcm tho total amount 1
j propflatcd.by tho Iloard for tho twelve
nonius ended December 31st, 1908
I ho expenditures vvero as follows:
i'nv roll $78,17430
flcuernl expense 4,052 89
Stationery .,,.., 183 22
Uvery ,., ,., 2,740.01
Coroners expense 172.40
Dctectlvo cxpenso 1,605.75
Maintenance of Prisoners .. 1,792.18
Dxpenso of vvitnossos 18.90
Totals I 80,98041
C. P. JAUKEA,
Sheriff, County of' Oahu.
Tho women of South Dakota havo
tho cloctlou of Senator Vcsaey as gov
ernor ns an added reason for thankful
nesa this icar. I.nBt ear ho led, tho
fight in the state legislature for wo
Joseph O'Counor of San Francisco
Hoard of Education returns from In
spection of potechn,lc schools of
Kngtnml and France.
Mine. Ntmllcu delights society with
concert at the St. Francis
Piesldont Rllot of Harvard Ham
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAMl
HONOLULU'. Jan. 4, 19(9
. ur STOCK
J Brtwtr t C- -
Rw rumttlon Co ....
tUwalitn aj()kr Cn...
HmtomuSuKlf Co ,.
MntchUon Sor Plint.
kllHlku PtVIItlrtl .o
k lolin Sun- C o- ...
Kolnt Srnrar C
0li Murir Cn ..t
I ivml Sutr Co ....
OoVotSqMr I'lMil Co
Puliau Sucar Thnl Co
rata riantatloti Co ...
Pfl1to nrar Co.,
V la' UAirkCo
Wfiuku Sural Co ...
Walmta Sornr Mill Co
tnltr Inland StraniNCo
lion K T r U Co Plfl
lion R TSt U Co Com
Vtuluat Ttfplio.ie Co
Paid Up ,.,., .. ....
Oahu RiUCo.. ,,,,
llllo It RCo,
Moti B tk M Co . ,
Hawaiian PUiraptc Co
Haw Trr4 PC ,
ItawTer iCf pr
Haw Tcr pc
Haw Govt pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Uppn- Pilch 6a
II aw Com A Sua; Co ft
llllo RR Co Con t pc
Hoiiakaa Suair ca fpc
Hon K T Ik LCaiii c
Kahuku Pantos pc
Oahu R ft L Co U c .
Pc Suit. Mill Co, (a
Tala flanlatlo I Co ....
Watalua vstl Co-a P c
2.000 0 Id
"Vi (in ion
T o mi
J.JV Ml (
I 'mill in)
.1'- III till
Vniiii in i
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Sales Ilctwccn Hoards: 15 I.-I. 8.
N Co, $135; 15 I..I S N Co, $135; 24
Evvn, J26 25.
'": (, tw
Litest sugar quotation 3.67 cents or
573.40 per ton.
Sugar 3 87 Dents
- Beats, 10s :r
Henry Waternouss TrusFCo.,
Stock and' Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock andt Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manaifr.'
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
YOU CAN &TABI tHE
New Year. Right
by' giving ut your
To be Repaired
; J. A. R. Vieira & Co..
113 HOTEL ST.
When you get
ut to male'
ur $25. njltl,
GEO. a. mahtih;
Hotel St '
JJ0W ON EXHIBITION.
B01T0N BLBO,, F0BX ST;
Ohas.' R. JEvaziev
Phoiie 371. 122 King St.
185 editorial rooma 250 busl
ness office, These are the telephone
.numbers of the Bulletin office.
We 11 agree to dofbr Voathe
best job of personal decorat
ing you ever had done if
you'll come here next time you need clothes. We'll hanff
Hart Schaffner & Marx
FINE CLOTHES ON YOU,
' ' If- youi want to jrive some man a ireent he'll like, look
at some.of our good thlnea to wear. Neckwear of all kinds;
gloves; hosiery; fine shirts; good underwear; canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the nlacc to buy a man' things is where
he buys them himself.'
We'll put you on to tho right
thine from 25 conts up. to 160. '
This store is the home of
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
llva s 1 oggery
ELKS'-BUI LDINQ, KINO ST. nWPORi:-'
Hart Schiffner-& Mtr
i "Ti'U'sgamajii lULwrntw
LOCAL AND ICMIiliL
V Christmas broueht 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.
Tn kooiI niito-hncks. I'honc e
Coinmcrclnl ItntlnRs. More. Refer
en e Age)., 30 Voung UlilB. Phone
tntcr-Isliind ami O. It &t. shlpplns
'tonks for s.tlo at tho Uullotln
ofllco, 50 each. '
Go to "The Royal Annex."
Hoys' overalls ami rompers, unex
celled In vnluo nt Dlom'B. Opposite
V Id Ileerrt of llllo is a candidate
for the position of Interpreter of tho
HmiKo of RoprLSeutatlvpH.
Illito la tho swell StudcDjkor driven
by the oxpert chaffeur, M. T. LuU.
1'lionc 191. Iloyal Hnwnllan Claragu. '
Coat j pur Iron roofs lth "Arnblc."
You will to surprised nt- 1U cooling
nnd preservative properties Callfomla
Feed Co.. agents.
Assistant Supoilntendent nt Public
Works C II. Klueitol Is in llllo on unsi
incss connected with the llllo railroad
Tho A. M. Diets Jowelry Co has
moved into Its now quarters In tho
Woman's Kxchnngu on Hotel ,ntreet,
Sunn) sldo milk Is as rich as cream
nnd pure In finality and flavor. I',
"ninkoa cicrjthluR taste, betteri" Ask
for It nt jour uroccr's.
P. C Colby, superintendent pf tho
money order departnunUnt tho Post
office, will leave on thu transport Sher
idan an four months' vacation.
On Installments ,nt S3 per month you
can purchase a whlto r'nmlly notary
eowlnR machine. Denny & Co.. Ltd.,
aennts, 126G Fort St. Phono 488.
Mombers of tho Hawaiian Knglnccr
inR Assodatlon can pay their dpes to
the financial secretary nt- Evening
Uullotln nuy day between 12 and 1.
Reis & Qniun are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
109 Short runs 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rate for
shooplng and calling. '
Tho Hooulii and Iloola I.nliul Society
will hold llitlr roKiitar monthly moot.
Iiik Wcilnesil.iy murnliiK at 10 o'clock.
at tho Kjplolaut Mntcrulty HdiUQ. All
members aro requested to attend.
There will ho n meetliiK of tho Vnlo
Alumni Ashoclutlon ut the University
Club on Tuesday evening, January 5,
at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of ornan
lintlon and other Important business.
Tho advertising qxhlblt to ho held nt
tho Yt M, C. A. on 1'rldu) nnd Satur
day of this week wilt ho ono of the. big
events of thu week. All tho ble print
Iiir establishments will display their
I). I,. Van Dlpo, the oiitomoloKlst of
tho Hawaii Experiment Station, will
le.ivo on tho Slierinan, Jauuai) S, for
'an cxtLiulcd lenvo of ubsonui, Ho will
probably bring here some lnsuctlvorous
birds when bo returns.
1 Advance literature of the Collvqr
iTours rccilud in (lie Inst mull bUos
iAIuicIi IS ns the date for t)io stop of
tho Hound Jlio World )inrty tln this
Vlty That 'is tbo'dalu of tlio" arrival
of thu Pacific Mall liner Korea,
Outer loaves at Royal Annex.
Thcro will bo installation of officers
In llntmouy Lodge No 3, I. O. O. F.
'nt 7:30 thlH ovenliiR In Odd Pullows'
Hall, Fort stroet above King All
members of Kxcelnlor lodge and no
journlng biethren nro invited o bo
Ilrltton &. Oraj, tho law- firm In
WnHlilnRton, hnB written to Castle &
Wlthlnston that tho community horo
upon tho proposed change iri the Fed
ci.il building silo "was so thorough,
hearty and general that vru felt tho
fight was vvholl) won fiom jour ond
The DeleKutu'H, decided stand ilccldcd
i;. i:, llurlipan, tho plantation client
jai uxpvri, wiiii, was inrnieny connect
id with Inland plantations, arrived mi
tho steamship China from Yoknljuiui
to remain nuoit threo woeks. .Mr
.llnrtinaim lins boon the itMiieipntn
llio of ho llouolulii Iron Wnt)i for
ome time an, I has looked after the
suijar mills which tho Iron Works can
fctuicted In Formosa.
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores and show windows
where it is desirable to give the trup color values.
The first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
mUULfffl 4 I1 1 'ill1 fLII 1
Wash Down the Old
resolutions and anchor the new with some of the soda wa
ter that you know is PURE.
i i1 i '
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd;
, O. 8: LEITHEAD, Manager. i- .PHOsT&.Tli'
-i. jiu-iiii,,j i.iti u Li-Ji laim n ii.iin'"
Monopole Red Top-Champagne
Moat delicious, CHAMPAONE of the ARe. . ' , ,
0LD.Q0VBRNMENT PLAKTATION CIQAR8.
Only the very best of POBTOrRIOAN TQBACC0 used, in the
manufacture of the,ciganC'v All sires. and colors., ,
Lewis & Co., Ltd., . ,
' SOLE AGENTS POR HAWAII'. -
109 KINO. STREET ' TELEPHONE'.240.
Filling and Grading v . ;
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. We have earth, filling for. sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. - PHONE 890
P. M. Pond. Contractor
On MONDAY, JANUARYjIITH.'VeSHAIL BEGIN A 0
MONSTER R'E"M NANT SALE to CLEAR 4
UP the SHORT LENGTHS and ODD LOTS before our AN- ft
NUAL STOCK-TAKING. ,, X
COTTON DKSS U 0OiU S . , v. . j it
0 AT HvA'DFPRrJC
Many Dress Lengths, in Orgwidios, Lawps,.Mslins,Ba.
0j tistes, Madras, Etc which.wi.U.be.sold at about Jivalf.price. Q
W REMNANTS OF SILKS. EMBROIDERED CHIFFONS, O
0j SILK MULLS, at L ,0 W E S,T' PRICES!
O-1 HOSIERY 7JtB,ny7Brokn,Line of 60c., G5c.,and,75c W
Of Eods which willjgo very cheap. ()
8" LADIES' KID GLOVES, CORSETS, and UNDER Q
VESTS, LACES, and EMBROIDERIES. ()
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