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1NO DOLLETIN, IIONOUJlaU, ,T.' H. SATURDAY, JAN. , 1909-.
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Here's something Different from what you generally see
in a line of ihoes, however large the stock
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A High-Orade Welt Street Shoe, made of Patent Colt
Stock; a shoe that is out of the ordinary in street refine
ment. Ask to see it at the
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
What is more acceptable than a picture proper
ly framed t
M. R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
of all nationalities who
are energetio and
are not afraid of
Employment for a
PART ONLY or
ALL of your
ADVANCE GUARD. OF
Sunny Jim Has Started
J. S. McCandless leaves on the Man
churia on his pilgrimage to Louisville,
Sunny Jim U bound for the Shrlncr'n
Conclave that meets In I-oiiUvllle tho
eighth day of June. He will therefora
bo a long time on tho way, but he will
bo loaded with good thing when ho
gob thore. Ho Is tho delegate from
I Aloha Teninle and Intends to bo on
' fhn trrntiml llrat.
Mr. McCandleis will not go straight
to Louisville but he will got there early,
In April to mako all engagements for
keeping open house for Aloha Temple
when the camels and tho fex wearers
Mcanwlitlo great preparations will bo
going on In Honolulu to'complcto tho
cargo of tho caravan, which will move
forward at a later day under the di
rection of Scribe Murray.
First In Importance Is ono thousand
Shrlner cocoanut baskets that are a
dream In' new Idea and distinctive of
Hawaii. Those boar tho message
"Aloha" and will be distributed to one
thousand lucky ones.
' One thousand lllma lets.
Nine dozen Aloha fans.
Klght dozen shell lei.
Three dozen Hawaiian hats.
Twenty cases of pineapples with ad
vertising literature telling how to cat
them and where to get more.
Ono hundred pounds of Hawaiian
Lltcraturo to burn telling of the
beauties of Hawaii.
Tnls Is what Sunny Jim has already
provided for. In tho next six months
the cargo of the caravan may Increase
If tho peoplo of tho city of Honolulu
realize what a first class promoter
Sunny Jim Is.
Tho Shrlner Conclave of 1909 will bo
memorable for tho showing mado by
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHMRE
HONOLULUJani 8, 1909
J Brewer ft Co '
Kwa Plantation Co -
Hawaiian Agile. Co....
Haw Com ft Sug Co ..
If ononis Seeer Cp.,.
llelka Snt Co ......
Hntthlaon Sugar Plant.
k'.liuVu Jtiniiilon Co
Kekaha Sug. Co- ......
KIpehiiHs Sugar Co,...
Kotoa Sugar Co
Oahs Sugar Co... .J...
Otmnita Satar Co ...
OokolaSuga? Plant Co
Dlowalo Co u
raahao Sugar Plnt Co
Pacific Segir MM
Pala Plantation CO'..i.J
Pepeekeo Sflttf Co,..,
Pioneer Mill Co..,'
Wfiiuku Sugar Co ....
Walmanalo Sue ar Co.,
Walraa Soraf Mill Co
Inier-lilaniMMeani N Co
Hon H T It L Co Prrt
Mutual Ttlrohoat Co
Nahlko. Rubber Co.,
MARINES FROM EAST
f Chicago, Jan. 1. A battalion of
f United States marines) under
f commander Major Charles O.
Lohg, passed through Chicago to-
r day en route for Honolulu. The
marlrfes arrived from Fort Wayuo
f at the Polf-strect dopot ut 9
,-f o'clock. Later In tho day thoy
f left tho same station over the .
Santa Fo Ilallroad, bound for San
f Francisco, whero they will take
ship for Honolulu. At their des-
ttnatlon tho marines will bo as-
signed to shore duty and tho ereo
tlon of new coast defenses. Lieu- -f
tenant J. J. .Meade, in charge of .
f tho marlno recruiting station
f hero, said: "The men aro all from
Eastern points. At San Francisco
f they will bo reinforced by 600
f other marines."
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Nahiku Rubber Co.At.
Hm, 11 M Co:
HawTer 4K PC
HawTir tk p
Upper Hitch , .
Haw Com A Sil Co i
llavy Surar Co 6 p c,..
Honakaa Sucar co. Cpe.
Hchi RT J, LCu6p c
Kahuku I'.antCo pc.
Uahu K&l. CotpC.
OahuSuarCo jpc .,
Olaa Sugar Co b p c...
Mac Suk. Mill Co,
Pala Planlalloil Co ,,,.
Plonr MUtCo 6pc ,,
Walalua irkCo ape
BnieB uotween uoards: 70 walalua,
I80.S0; 25 Walalua, JSO; 120 Bwa,
J27.25; 20 Ewa, I27.2S; CO Itwa, t7.2S;
CO Pioneer. H0; CO Oahu Sifg. Co.,
S28.G0; ISO Oahu Sue. Co.. I23.D0:
o. n. & l. Co., iiiG; is rraw.'c. & s.
Co., $100; 100 Onomea, S40.C0; r0
Oahu Sug. Co., J28.D0; 2T, Walalua, $80.
Session: 25 Walalua, (81; 25 Walalua,
81; 20 Walalim, $81.
Dividends Jan. 10, lBn9:V).paauhau,
20c. share; Wailuku, l'i jior. cent;
Latest sugar quotation 3.73ttnts or
$74.60 per ton. , (i1
Sugar; 3 73' Dents
Beets,:.jOs 1 l-2d
Hmri WatiriDSB Trust Co.,
Stock ..and" Bond Department
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Soft Felt and Derby Hats
The man who sayj, "I want a KNOX lat," show!
that he knows what good form and good taste require in a
Knox II a 1 1 are the standard everywhere; the
standard in style, make, and wearing quality. Let us show
you a Knox whe.t you need a hat , ' . i
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Elks' Bid., Kinv St., near Fort
Honolulu 'Stock and
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. BOX 151
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Hock, WWW and
, Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto, SAFE M0V1HQ A SFF
WAH'Xi . .
Central Union Church Dorcrnus
Souddor, Minister; Amos A. Ebersolo
Asst. Minister. Services 8unday Jan
uary 10: At 9:50, Dlblo School Study
of International Lesson. Classes for
all grades; Clifton H. Tracy, Supt.
At 10 o'clock In tho rarlor Men's
U'Qkuo Bible Class,- under the direc
tion of the Assistant Minister. Sub
ject: "Mark's Gospel"; by whom and
to whom written; its relation to tho
other Gospels. At 11 o'clock, Morning
Worship Sermon by the Minister:
"A Decision and Its Outcome." Offer-
lory Solo: "There Is a drecn Mill-Far
Away-rGoracod, Mrs. C. B. Weight.
Anthem by .the Choir: "Magnlflcant"
Dlumenseheln. At Ci30, In tho Par-
Mi House Young Peoples' Society of
Christian Endeavor, Subject: "Liv
ing for- tho Day or for Ktcrnlty."
Leader; Miss Harriet Forbes, At 7:30
Evening "Worship Sermon by tho
Minister;' "Jesus Our Klng.i Offer
tory Solo: "Ulcst aro tho Puro in
Heart" Huhn, Mra. Mackall. Anthem
by Choir: "Sing Allelulah Forth"
Schuocker. A cordlol invitation is ox-
tended to all to attend tho services,
especially those who are strangors or
visitors in tho city.
"Oreat Earthquakes: Their Causes
An Attempt to Explain," will be
the subject of a sermon by nev. John
W. Wadman at the First M. E,
Church tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock and In the evening at 7;30
lie will speak on Man: His Crowning
Greatness and Crumbling Weakness."
The public Is cordially Invited.
SALE OF O0VERNMENT LOTS,
NUUANU VALLEY, H0N0LU
LU, OAHU. (
On Wednesday, February 10th,
l09,'at 12 o'clock Vooliat the front
entrance of the Capitol (Executive
Uuildlng) will bo sold at Public Auc
tion, tho Government Lots Nob. 10
and 11 of the Nuuunu Valley' Lots,
Honolulu, Island anil 'County of Oa
hu, said Lots containing an area re
spectively db follows: Lot No. 10,
37,100 Stmare Feel; Lot No. 11 15,
940 Square Feet. "
Upset prlco, $700.00 lier acre.
Terms Cash, United States ' Gold
Expense of Patent Grant and
Stamp to be paid by the purchaser.
Map and description of the same
can be seen at the office of the Su
perintendent of Public Works, Hono
Superintendent b'f'Publlc Works.
Department of Public Wrfrks, Ho
nolulu, January 9th, 1909; ' ,
LOCAL ANU fiENEMJL
2MF 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 ntito-hacks. Phone C.
C. E. King cumo down from Hawaii
A. Lindsay of Hawaii Is In town,
having arrived today from Hllo.
Wlllard' E. Drown Is not, as report
ed, going on an extended trip abroad.
Commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young Uldg. Phone
William McKlnley Lodge No. 8. K.
of P.. will meet In K. of P. hall ut 7:30
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
tooks for salo at tho 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n
omco, SO each.
Go to "The Boyal Anne."
There will bo-Joint Installation of of
ficers by K. of P. lodges In K. of P.
halt at 7:30 this "evening.
Hldo In tho swell Stuilooaker driven
by tho expert chaffeur, M. T. Lutz.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Qarago.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
Bowing machine. Ilcnny & Co., Ltd.,
agents. 12CG Fort St. Ptiouo 18S.
Qeorgo Davis; who wont along with
Sam Parker and others, wan amqug tho
Incoming passengers In the Maunu
W. S. Chllllngworth, IJ. 8. Deputy
Marshal returned from Hawaii, whero
llo went In the Interest of the dpeart
George C. Ilcckley, who went to Hllo
to witness tho horo races, returned
this morning. Miss.J. Ilcckley also re
Hon. II, W. Shingle, president of the
Wnterhoui-o Trust Company, returned
toduy from Hawaii, nrrlvlng In the
Among tho passengers who arrived
this morning from Hllo Is Col. Sam
Parkor. 116 went up to bu present at
thu horse races. .
"The Boyal Annex" swell meals.
Mr. anil Mrs. V. It. Swanzy, who
havo been visiting Madam Pclo on
Hawaii, returned today, apparently
much Improved In health. They were
rccompaiiled by Mies Swauzy.
The baud will play, If possible, at
tho departure of the steamer Man
churia, and In tlio' afternoon at the luau
nt tho Kallhl Iloys' Home. Tho Sun
day concert will tako pbco at Makeo
Island, Kaplolanl Park, '
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
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
As a. Beverage
Soda Water is quite the most refreshing thing we know of.
It fills one with delight and enables thofe who indulge feel
that there is something in life worth living for. We be
lieve ours is the best obtainable' in Honolulu. It is always
fresh, sparkles like diamonds, nnd is properly flavored. Let
- us have your orders. i J Si!i
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. FH0NE 71.
HARWOOD Iri Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1909,
to Mr. and Mrs. P..J. Harwood, a
iuiuim uuuiui ui mi sons, lougere,
etc., manufactured by tho Ilulletln
Publishing Company, .
Old-style straight Kn
tucky Ilourbon, Contl-,
ntntil was the 'favorite
of the Southern gentry
of "befoah thejsrar''lpe
rlod. 'A fod,;honit,
friendly old whiskey',"
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE of the Age.
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGABS.
Only the very best of PORTO RICAN TOBACCO used in tho
manufacture of the cigars. All sizes and colors. -
Lewis k Co., Ltd.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
169 KING STREET TELEPHONE 240.
Filling and Grading
About a Yar a. H. A. Badara-ran.
(lmrslit, wrola ua from Callaway. No
braaka, tluit h. had a avrloua can of
kidney dlaaaa. and that bla physician did
not offer Mm n-.uch tncourasern.nl. II.
dtalrKl to' put Fulton's Henal Compound
In atock for hla own caa. ana If ha rot
l.aulla ho would aMll It to other. It.
wrot. aerrral tlmrs for advloa, abowlnc a.
very obatlnat. mm. He now write.! "It
la now ten months alnoe I becan ualng
the compound, and although my caee haa
been very obatlnate. It aeema'to havo nn
ally yielded to the treatment. I have no
doubt Manila would have been obtained
aooner had I not kept at work."
(Du. to the reaulla obtained In thla
caae our agendo, wero promptly accepted
,n f-atl mrmi ami ,lia .JUImla. .
Blinply another caa. of kldnoy trouble
In which the Inflamed kidneys refused to
reapond to the futile old-time kldn.y ex
rlunta and tlut after all .la. had failed,
yielded to Fulton's Itenal Compound, the
first and only emollient for Inflamed kid
neys. Inflammation of the kidneys, even
In Its advanoed forma, Is now ourable.
Bend for literature.
JOHN J. FULTON CO.,
212 First Stroot. Ban FranclBco.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort Street, are our
Mile local agents. Ask for Bl-Montlily
Uullatln of late recoveries. II
The wet weather will, soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in.
nt REASONABLE PRICES.
We have earth filling for sale
P M. Pond. Contractor
NEW - TO-DAY
BULLETIN AD3 PAY
STOCK BOOKS, CLOSED
Tho Stuck Hook of tho Oahu Bugar
Co., Ltd,, will be closed to transfers
from January litis to 15th, 1909,
both dates inclusive.
(8) OEO, nODIEK,
Acting Treasurer Oahu Sugar CO:,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Begins Monday Morning
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