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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , FI1IDAY, JAN. IS, 1009.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
7 HONOLULU, Jan.15, 1909
ON SIBERIA'S LIST
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Here's something DifTcrcnt from wlnt you generally see
In a lmc of shoes, however large the stock
Pacific Maif Ship Beat
With ii kugo number of Ilotiiilulil
people wliu Iiiivo liren In tlie States
in luminals or pleasure nn board, and
fw P1iiltl"i Co
Mmmmu ?iiki C
ltlkn nir Cn
1. V 11
A IIiRh-Gra:lciWclt Street Shoe, made of PnHit Colt
Stock; a choc that h oit of the orJinary in ttrcct refine
ment Ask to sec it at the
MpIMFdmv ma& ctade
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
w iimii m.n ii ,, - i i - -
rioiioiuiu GonstructiQfi and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFriCE 281.
Tort St , Opn. W. 3
re do nil kinds of Tcamine;; also
Sand, Broken Cornl, fJardcii Soil,
J U L$&iisiLd J a xaaiL
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shon. 134 King St
P. 0. B0Z 154.
Irwin & r ltd.
deal in Crushed Rock, White nni
Etc. SATE MOVIMQ A SIT
,nlni bringing two nf tlio most prnml
I ncnt milium) men of the United
States, the Pacific Mall liner Siberia,
Cnptnlii Dixon, nnlvcil this morning
frcini Snn ri.-tiielsro nml docked nt tlio
Alnl.cT Hrect whaif, shortly after 8
Among tlio knmnalmis who return
c I tiro IiirIIco llallmi nml .ludgo l.lml
i raj of the Supreme nml Circuit
IComts: Jmnci II. Castle, V P. Dll-
j lliighnm, Omeinor Kroar, George II,
'ciuiiFiin ui ino u.mti Hallway &
Land Cnmpnny, Attorney Ocncrnl nml
Mrs C It llcmenwny, (lonernl J II.
Soper of tho Nntlonnl (lunril of Ha
waii, Mr nml Mrs Alexander Young,
Mr nml Mm, C M I.ovstod, (loorgo
P Thlolcn nml W C I.jon.
Piomlneiit nnioiiB the through pas
FcnRoiH In Itenr Ailmlrnl A. P Nnzrn,
I! S N , who is going to the Phll
I ppltios to take n command there.
W. II. Ilnncrnft nml i: B Calvin
nre ptnmlncnt rnllro.ul men. Mr.
Ilanrioft Is cnnncrtoil with the Union
Pacini, while Mr Cnhln Is nsunclnt-
nl with tho Southern Pacific lloth
rcnllcincn nre Mopping at tho Young
Hold, where thoj will icmalii until
tho Mongolia nrrhos from the Orient,
when they will lc.io for their homes.
Tho Siberia, which Is cnrrjlng n
laigo consignment of frclRht for Orl
ontal ports, will sail this afternoon
ni ," o'clock.
The (inkers of tho ship were ory
Jubilant this morning ocr licnlliiR
(he Alameda Into port. Tho Siberia
left San Pranrlftio threo hours nflcr
the Alamcil.i, lint passed tho Oceanic
liner Siintlns The Alameda has most
of the mall on hoard.
Attracted by thef bciiitlful c'.iinto of
Hnwalt nel. i:. I: CnHlit nml V II
' Ilanciolt, two of tho bust kiiunii rail
road men In tho United Stale.'. Diihcd
this morning In tlio Slhcrlu. nml nre
stoppliiR at tho Yoiiiik hot"1
"V are hero on u pleusuro trip,"
laid Cahln, this mornlnR, on tj.cril tho
Siberia "Wo hao not coino down
hero to do any business, Vi no hole
strictly on n pleasure trip. Wo shall
icmalii In the Islands ii'i'.ll tho Mon
golia urrlvcH from tho Oilein wl.tn wo
will leave In her for tho nmliilM'd "
Calvin Is eonneclrd with tho Foulh
orn Pacific, whllo W II llai.cixi'l Is
Interostnil In tlio Union Pmlflc Hall
mails. During Ihelr shoit htn) In tho
Island, It Is expected, that llicv will
lslt the Vol-mo, nml the mpai nml
On account of their pniiulie ut io,
Ions In tlio tnllrond woild. 1 1, c will
undoubtedly lucoino Riiests or Hit
local railroad men whllo li- o
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Holt of Muslin nml '1 iui. spoolH of
thread, between Punchbowl nml
Kallhl. Itcward for return of s.mio
to this olllco, 420-Jt
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
The Joint ill III team of Harmony
nml HxtelHlor UmIrcb will confer tho
Initiator) Desreo upon three candi
dates on Monday cvcnliiR, January 18
All membcis of llxiclxlor I.oiIro
inn! lliothors of tho Order who nro
UIMiir tho Islnnds nre toiillnlly In
vited to bo present. ItefreshmentH.
P I), W1CKK, Noblo (Irand.
13. II. IIUNUHY, Secrctnry.
Text Book Varieties of Religious
Experience Prof. Win. James
0 Lectures $5.00
WEDNESDAYS Jan. 20, 27, and
MONDAYS February 8, 15 and 22.
AT 10 A. M.
The Sculpture of Eirypt, Greece, and
The Italian Renaissance.
8 Lectures . , .$6.00
FRIDAYS January 15, 22, 29 and
THURSDAYS Tebrunry 11, 18, 25
and March 4,
AT 3:30 P. M.
Hulclilunn Sugr Pllni
k'ckriha Si- ( n
kiilmlLuitar I a
Koloa Siijrar ("o
I mi mi
()h Vtltsr Cn
OiKrfa SuKat (u
Ookota Sn(,ar I'lanl To
Olaa Sugar Cn Mil
1, ilt,iln fr
I 4i iii'ipv
I mi mi 1
i .iiiij pa
M ill pn
rialian "iusar riani v-n
Pala Plantation To
Pettefkfn Piitar Cn
Wi tikunitrat Cn ,
WatnifaSiiear Mill (n
Inter.l'larti Sleam Nin
Hon H T ft I. Co I'rrl
lion RTSit, CoCn-n
Mutual Tvlnlioic Cn
Paid Up.,... .
OalmKA I. Co.,
Hon HAM Co
Hawaiian llna. l C
Haw Ter 4 t c .
Haw Trr tf PC
Haw Ter 4H DC.
lluTtl " PC.
Haw Gov I 5 c
Ca rmSimiiRflc'n .
rtalku Hujfar Cn6 1. 1
Ham. Dllch Cn ,
Upper lilcli 6a
II aw Com &SiiK.Cn
Hill K KCi O111 6 ir
llonaka Sugar cn rN
Hon K T Ik L,Ciip .
Kahtiku Paul Co 6 p c
MrlJmlr S Co'a la.
Oalnl R Ik I. Co 6 c
O1I111 Sugar Co tpc
Olaa Suar Co tpc
I'ac Suit. Mill Co a
Pala PlanlMlo 1 Cn
Politer Mill Co tpc
Walalua KrMfn are
Sales Iletw ecu Hoards: 30 Kwti,
27.37'i; 7 i:wa. $:7 37'4. 5 Wnloltii.
?S0j 20 Wnlnlut, $Sn J100O Olaa C
S97.30, 120 Olnn. l7-i. 210 Pioneer.
110; 100 Ominiea Sinr.n Stsslon; i'i
I'aauliau, J20C0, 5 Uwj S27 37H; 2"
Pioneer, $141 ; 50 Haw. Pineapple Co,
l)lldends Jan 15. ln01 llnwallan
8iiRnr Co, 1V4 per cent, O.ilm Sngiir
Co, 2 per cent, O It & I. Co, "i tier
cent; Pepeekeo, 1 jier cent, Wnliilm,
M per cent.
Latest Sugar Quotation 3.73 cents or
$74.60 per ton.
Sugar 3 73 Dents
Beets, 10s 2 l-4d
Henry Waternouss Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Devilment
Members Honolulu StocK and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 3T3.
WILL SOON SUBMIT
Tlio I loan I of HuierlKors held n
M-rj quiet meeting vestertUy lifter
noon, no new developments lakliiK
place lining to tho fnet th.it tho Major
ns not icady to uct on tho appropria
Tho Iciise of the City nml County or
fires went tireseiltetl by tho County At
lot ne for signature by tho Clerk niltl
Iho ,laor. Tho Major usta-il for tlmo
In whlrh lo look It tner.
Ajlett nskttl, under lliu heml of nn
nnlshtil IiIIkIiipsh. ttlut h.ul btctnno of
tho approprlalinu hill.
"I luno bad It under romdderntlnii
lodaj," niiHueieil Kern, "but I hao
not llnlshetl looking Into II."
McClellnn's resotntlou for Iho lease
of the County unices vwis finally adopt
Tlio reroiutlon rUIiik n right of way
for a inllllnr road at Welklkl, ulsit
piKscii us nunl reading.
The matter of thu request of Iho
clerk for poi mission lo emploj certnln
iiBSlstnnts wus brought up by MlUur
ton, but tlio Major salil ho rentilictl
"I would like lo get some disposition
of Unit appropilatlon bill," said Qiilnu
"Wo ilon't like lo rush tho Major, still
wo do not with lo keep people waiting
loi theli niouej '
Fein said tint ho would be ready nt
Iho next meeting or (he following one,
nml tho meeting adjourned until 7-30
p in tomorrow
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Call and hear a record at
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD.
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0 NE of t the advantages of a line of
fine clothes such as ours is the
variety of styles you find to
select yours froiri
Hart Schaffner & Marx
show a greater variety of patterns and
fabrics than any other two or three
clothes-making concerns in the coun
try; and we have a chance to select
our goods from their great line.
That means that nobody chc has any thine; like them; nnd it
means that you have your pick from the best stock of clothes made.
0cr(onts of nil kinds nnd stjles; sulti
pf ninny fabrics. IIS to l.i(i lull dress
nnd Tuxedo n specialty :;
This store is the home of Hart SchaiTncr & Marx Clothes. ' ,
ELKS BLDQ., KINO, ST. near
2V Christmas brought into most
homes a lot of new thinfjs that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
'SIT I38!! ucAiuns'iTcI 'OOJ! 9U0,IcI
ilnrgiuus In w.itdi goods ul Whitney
& Marsh's snlo on Munil.i
Another hundred chlrkens Woioadd
cd to the loultrj show todn
Commercial lutings. Merc. Hcfer
enco Agcy., 39 Young Hldg. Phono
Inter-Island and OH & I. shipping
looks for sale at thu Hullo tin
onico, 50 each.
Oo to "The Royal Annex."
Dr.. nnd Mrs Krcar rcturmd to
Honolulu this morning from n three
months' trip through tho titatos.
Illdo In tho swell Studconkcr ilrhcn
by tho expert chnlTciir, M. T. I.tltz.
Phono 191, Itoynl Hawaiian Oarage.
Mr mid Mrs. I. Schweitzer, both
v.cll known in Honolulu, lelurned
this moitilng, nrrhlng in the Hllicrla
J II. Castle, who went away on
busluesH Is In town, lmlng returned
this morning from the States In tho
II K Hcmlrick, who lias been ls
lllng in tho Stntes on business c.imo
hack todnj'. Ho Is looking well nml
Is glad to get buck to Hawaii.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing AkBoclatlon can pay their duos to
tho nnnnrlal secretary nt Htcnlng
Iliillotln any day between 12 nnd 1
A coroner's Jury Insl iight returned
r erdlet of suicide In tho enso of Man
eel Costa, who Mint himself on Quarry
Mreet last Tuesday afternoon
.Judge Alexander Lindsay of the
CHciilt Court, who has been enjoy
ing his arntlou abroad, was among
the nrriMils today fiom tho Stntes.
Judge S M liaitnu of tho Terrlto
ilal Supremo Court cnmo back today
from the States. He was notlrcd In
tel driving with Chief Justice Hart
well. W. I'. Dillingham nml (lco II. Dun
iilrou of tho Oahu Hallway & Umil
Company were among the returning
kiim.inlmis today. They wero met nt
the wharf by their families.
Attorney (tcnerul C. It. Ileiuenwiiy,
accompanied by Mrs. Hemenwnj',
were greeted hj friends on board tho
liner Siberia, on which they re turned
fiom San Prune Ibco this morning.
(leneral J. II Sopcr of tho Nation
al (lunril of Hawaii was u returning
passenger today from tho Stntes Ha
snjs ho Is glad to got back to Hawaii,
where the climate is nlwujs beauti
ful. Professor P. Sedgwick, who was for
merly with Iho Hawaiian Sugar I'luit
ers' Association ICxpdrlment Station
unci who has been In Pom for koiiiu
tlmo (last, hus returned tu tnko up n
I crmaiicnt ahodo In Honolulu.
W II. Ilnncrort, n well-known rail
road mini in the States, ennio down
today to spend n month heic. Ho Is
stopping nt tho Young. 12. K. Cnl
ln, nnntlier prominent ratlronder,
itlso arrived this morning for the
sii inn purpose,
"The Royal AnneV swell meals.
Prill" .1 II Domighho of tho College
of Ilnwnll, will lecture on "(leneral
Sclenco" nt Iho hall of tho Chlnesu
Btuduitn' Alllnnco, In Iho Cblneso Y
M. C A biilldliK,, this ovelilng nt 7'30
o'clock Members ami friends of the
Allhneo nro c.ordlnlly requested to at
tend this lecture.
Sennlor C. II Dickey entertained
members of Iho fl. A II, to tlio number
of about twele nn Momlaj ovonlng,
Honing thur.1 with n geiiiilno old.nrniy
dinner After Iho npast, tlio soldiers
Indulged In lemlnlscences or tho pint
each ono tolling some story of his ex
periences in Iho CUI1 War.
Ilr...n1..t,..n .il.n . l - I. - ....
.(utiwiiiuiun wini mnu c-upivs tu ino
mil ropnit or tlio pioceedlngs or the
recent Molionk Conferenco maj re
reUo Hie mmn fieo of chuige hj ml
droving II (' lldlllin Molionk I al.e
New York or bj lo-nlng their inmei
and aililrorBes with II, P Wood, netrr
larj of iho Promotion Cvmmllkc. i
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 savins in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
As sl Beverage
Soda Water is quite the most refreshing tiling we know of.
It fills one with delight and enable those 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, and is properly flavored. Let
us have yourordcrs. , , t kJ
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD. "Hanager. PHONE 71,
TABLEWARE TUMBLERS: Water, Lemonade. Claret, Rhincwinc,
Beer, Punch, Cocktail, Whiskiy, Highball, Ice-Tea, Egg-nogg,
COMPORTS, WATER BOTTLES. CHEAPEST GLASSWARE in Honolulu.
169 King St.
THE CROCKERY EMPORIUM.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. Yon should have your ground
filled in before the winter rains net in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890
P. WL Pond. Contractor
All Silk, nnd of superior
white, and colors, at
Fine French Serge
In cream nnd black; 41 inches wide, at $1.50 a yard, Mnkcs
Of Superior Quality.
An un-to-date lins of WHITE MADRAS WAISTINGS
and SHIRTINGS. In stripes, plaids, and figures, all new.
New Curtain Swiss
White and in colors.
Cofjriiht loot bjr Itait SchaiTncr it Mitt
nunlity; 19 in. wide, in black, ()
GSc per yard.
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