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ETilSNG DIFFERENT LEASED -TO KAME
crally sec in thc.line of shoes; something
tnc wpanng of which you know you
Laird, Scrober & Co.,
Kid Garden Tie
OR TAILOR-IIADE GOWNS.
Col. Norris Said To Have
For 5 Years
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
BONOLULD. Jan.2l. 1909
The mark of the highest-grade
dentifrice, the standard in every
country in the world, is Sozodont.
It will not tarnish gold work or
scratch the enamel. A perfect
dentifrice the one for you.
It is very convenient for the
Benson. Smith & Co., Agents
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B This Department in our establishment is supplied with
tthc same lines of goods you get in similar places on tlio
mainland. Wc mako a Specialty of IMPORTED AND DO
d MESTIC CHEESE, SAIT AND FRESH CHEESE, PICKLES,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
I Phone 45
GfGv PM raS!R
Josepn A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath. Mains;
PAUROTT & CO., San Francisco.
Hllo. Jnn 19. Mr. Smith, who ro-
turned from Knu district to llllo on
Sunday, brought with liltn new'H of n
blK transaction that will lino far-
reaching effects. Hln visit to Knu was
on other business; hut jvhllo tlioro ho
Incidentally reports to Imo put
through n most impnrlnnt deal, affect
ing the control of the mcnl Biipply
lrom Went Hawaii,
Colonel Hunt Norris, owner of the
Kahukii ranch, being well ndvnnced In
years and desirous of relieving him
Kelt of somu of the arduoiiB work of
managing the property, wns found
willing to lenxu It. Sam Knnliana wns
1 eaily jo take It over and to purchaso
the Iho stock, nud In a very short
time the dcnl wns effecteil nml uimln
us binding as legal documents can
Tlie agreement Is thnt Knnhntie
lenses tho entire property for flvo
cnrs, with tho exception of the resl
deuce, which Col. Norris reserves for
himself. The whole of the cattle on
the estate, estimated to number nlmut
fiona, nro purchased by Katihnne, who
thus nt one stioko of the pen becomes
ono of the largest ram hers In tho Ter
ritory and obtains control of a most
The Kuhtrku rnnch extends to njiu
150,000 ncics, and on account of Its
position Ih the most valuable oil lli.ll
side of I lie IhIhiiiI. The piesent uo
longcd drought hits hnrdly affected
Knhiiku. On sotuo of the neighboring
rnnrhos. qulto no per rent of the cat
llohavu perished of thirst and rtarvii
tlon, w hllo tho survivors are lean and
conipaiatlVcly worthless; whereas, on.,
Kaliukii, the hcids are In splendid con
dition nnd there has been -practically
no mortality. The reason for thin Is
that there Is a rainy belt running
through the estate, white tho pasture
In the forest lands Is iilu.iys fresh and
succulent. even in the driest weather.
Tho fliuiuclal partlculais of the
tiansnctlon nro not for publication;
but It Is evident thnt thu deal Is a
ery advantageous ono for Kntiliniiu.
who, In tho existing shortage or the
meat supply, will In) in n position to
largely control tho local market nml
will have n practical monopoly of the
export trnde from that region, us other
rsurlies will not bo able to cxjKirt any
cattle this jenr.
Tho b.ind will play tonight mi the
roof garden of tho Young Hotel. Kul
lowing Is tho program:
Overture Dame Valentino . ...S.ippe
Intermezzo (lullt of Itoses . Herein1
Tlio Patrol of tho Scouts . ...Ilotcn'l.iii
Selection Lohengrin Wngaei
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ar by llcrver
Selection A Ilunawiiy (llrl.Moncktou
Waltz City Lire . .. .Trimslatciir
Finale Pnrngmry Valvcrdo
Tho Star Spangled Ilnnucr,
3Hr"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office. '
NEW - TO-DAY
w. oi STOcr 1 '.ii 11
" Bto.tr ft Co ..-.- n.(in
Rwt nnlllnnCo .... B.wm(in
II. w Com Ik Sub Co J.H."v
Itaw.ll.nSn.ir Co ij,i,ii.i
Honomu Sugar Co, .ftl.'kl
llulchljon Sur PUiil -.imki.i
K.lmku PUmmloii i'o 1,'H ,n
kVknli. Sn. Co- '. "ipi.iii
KI.liillchu.rC'' . "
Klo Suitur Co I rWi
McUrjd5uf Co i'mwxi
Onhil Surt Co ' I.COWMI
Onon.SuuCo . IWMMI
Onko'lSiiR.f Pltnt Co I f.iv"
()la Suir Co tJit . imu,
Olow.luCo 1 I. lw
r.iliu sur rum 1.0 iwii..i
I'.Ia runuiloii Co I i Ii
rtmbtn Snrir Co . i 7 "." Im
rlnnrcr MJII Co -.; ' '' li
Wt IftluA Auric Co
Wfmikti Snear Co ...
Walmen SugRr Mill Co
tntcr Ul.nJ SlrimNCo
ltw.ltiiti Kirctrlr Co
Hon W T ft L Co rtil
lion KT. VI. Co Com
MihuaI TtVnlioiie Co
O.liu R ft I, Co.. ..
Hon lift M Co ..
It.wAll.n Plii'ipple Co
Maw Trr ,K PC
tUwTcr .H nr
HiwTcr is p(
lUw Oovi iic
M.tKU 7ujir, no lie
ItfewCom A SuCo.c
llllo RK Co Con t"
llonakia Suear en ric
Kuliukli P.am Co 6 ic
Mrliryilf S Cn'tta,
Dthu K ft I. Co 6 1 c
IJAIIU MIRMf UO i C
Cln SuRKr Co A l c
f'ac. Suk. Mill Co, 6i ,
r.in PUiii.tlon Co
Pioneer Mill Co 6ic .. I
Wllu til Co i.n
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Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shoo. l'!4 King St
NE of the advantages of a line of
fine clothes such as ours is the
variety of styles you find to
select yours from
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 ehc has anything like them; and it
means that you have your pick from the best stock of clothes made.
Overcoats of all kinds nnd stles, suits
of many fabrics, $18 to 50 Pull dress
and Tuxedo a specialty. : ::
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.
ELKS' BLDQ., KINO ST. near FORT.
Cf;rl(U ijoJ Ijr lliit Siluflhcr & Mat
Sales Iletneen Hoarder $3000 Ho.
nokaa fis. $102, $,:nni Himokan Cs.
$102 $2000 P. S. M Cs. $102; $1000
Pioneer Cs, $105 r,n llonokaa. t.'.
100 llonokaa. $1. in ni.ui, $., Ill
Onliil Sug Co, $2S"r. Session. loo
Olmi, IS, $:,000 Ol.ii Cs, $7 75.
Latest sugar quotation 3,67 cents or
$73.40 per ton.
All accounts duo and owing the
firm of Wilder & Company. Ltd., re
maining unpaid li) Kchriiuiy 1st,
li'09, will liL plated in thu hands of
.in Attorney for collection.
WIMJIJIt & COMPANY, 11'U.
There will bo a special meeting of
the Stockholders of the W. V
WKKIIIT CO., lri) held at tho of
Ilco of P. A. Schaofer & Co, liono-
Inlii. on Kilday, January 22nd, 190a,
at two o'clock i. m
It is earnestly requested -that nil
Stockholders be rcprcselitod.
J:. H. PAItlS.
Sugar, 3.67 cents
Beets, 10s I .-2d
Henry Waternouse Trust Co.,
Mtmbers Honolulu Stock and Dond
FORT AND MEHCHANT 8T3.
WITH PACKED CIVICS
Will Talk, Resolve
AKB YOU iNTi:iti:sTi:i)
in better tiunsportutlou facilities for
imtseiiRcrs between Hawaii and the
mainland? rt )ou nrc, please attend
n nieellnc of citizens at the "iiiakal"
alllon of the Alexander Yoimr; Ho
tel at t o'rloik Friday afternoon,
.luiiuai) 22nd, mull.
Coeitior I're.ir and otlicrs "III ad
tli t vu Die K.itlicrliiR.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Go.,
PHONE. OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
Wo da nil kind of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White ani
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Oardcn Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING h. SPr"
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office,
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
MRS. DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Comforters & Quilts
for the cold weather. All
NUTJANU below HOTEL.
v INGERSOLL WATCHES
At All Watchdcalets.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT uml KING Sts., Honolulu,
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nient of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
At tho Annual MeetiiiR of the
pharcholdors of AiiRiist Orolor, l.lm
Ited, hold Jt tho ofllco of P A. Schac
fcr & Co., Mil., on Prlclaj, January
Kth, 1909, tho following Onicers and
Dliectors were elected to sore for
the following year:
F. A. Schaefcr President
Cecil Brown Vice President
II. M. von Holt Treasuier
J. W. Waldron Secretary
H. -Pocke Auditor
The iibmu Ofikcrs constitute tlio
Hoard of Directors.
.1 W WAI.nitON'.
Hieieim. uf:iift Hnlei, lid
Postal cards bearltiR the ulime re
quest are IioIiik sent lno.idrast today
by tlie Civic I'edcratlon and C. 11
Dlrl.cy, W. It. Castle, and other pio
nioterK of tho coastwise law suspen
sion bill. Tho resolutions hne ul
icr.dy been oiitllQCd'nnd will be ready
for presentation at tho nicetliiK.
Ho far as present Indications go,
tho Hiispcnslonlsts will hnio eery-
thliiK all their own way" at their
nicotine nnd do what they plc.isc
There Is no Indication that the peo
ple wliu belloo In tlie maintenance
of the present laws and tho piotee-
tlou of the American merihunt mac
lue will either attend or In any wav
Interfere with the programed event
of the reiteration, Tlio mcetlne Is
held at t o'clock in the afternoon,
when business men are not likely to
leavo their olllres, except such as aio
marshaled by tho Civic Federation,
wlili h clearly intends to pack the
nt-seinlily If possible, and niaku a show-
When ou are doluK up Cliln.itown
in Koulhl tlmo don't foritut to stop lu
at tho Cent Theatio on Hotel street
und sec their new Dims. It Is one of
thu roolest theatres in town and tho
patronage consists of tho best chut of
peoplo In town Oet up a theatie purls
lledioom .mil sitting-room In private
f.llillh without ililldieli HI. lie
leillli In A M . ' llilllelin
LOCAL AND SENEGAL
S" Christmas hroucht iuto 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.
'811 H '"BAHins'lTa "OGJ! 8U0MJ
P.S. Feb. 0; will be Tap; Day P.S.
Commercial lutings, mere, iteicr-
enco Agcy., 39 Young Illdg. Plicae
Hawaiian Tilbo No. 1. I. O It M
will meet III K of P hull at 7.30 Ibis
Inter-Island and O. It. &. I., shipping
looks for sale at thu Dull e tin
office, SO each.
Tako our carrtagq nr aiitomoblhi
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, fin
Itlde In thu Bcll Studcoaker drlxen
by tho expert chaffeur, V- T- '"'I
Phone 191. lloyal Hawaiian Oarage.
Dr. Il.ildwln. who has beep nIsIHiik
his father on Maul, was an arrhnl this
.1 P. Cooke, iiceiimiiiinled b) Mrs.
Cooke, came bark today from Maul
They arrived In Iho fle.iiner Clundlue
Mli.s M J Wilson, formerly of San
Jose, who Is now making Honolulu
her homo, la registered at tlie Young
Go to "The Royal Annw."
Following the usual custom, all
Chinese children who wish lo celebrate
Konohl will bu excused from school
Iho rest of tlio week.
Kiwa Tsiiuiiira, a Japanese woman
wns today granted a dicroe of divorce
lrom Kniultnro Tsiimiirn by Judgo Hob
iiison on grounds of non support.
Oeorgo A. llacbelder, a prominent
nttornc) of l.os Angeles, arrived heie
last wiek 011 thu Hlherla Hu will
make 1111 extended stay In the Islands,
It, It. i:igln of Mabiikuua has beiu
lu the city for tlie past fCw days He
called on Mnrston Campbell with e
garu 10 mo .iianuKona lanuing irouui"
Tho Chilstlan Kn.leaMir fioclets of
Central t'nlon Churcli will liold a
social Friday evening ut 7.:iu o'clock
lu the Parish House. There will he
110 formal program.
I'ledcrlck C. Miller was gs.U'le.l r
reglstered title lo f8l sauan fel 'if
hind on tho west sldo of Maklk' Mrec'
In 11 decree tiled In tho Court of '.md
IteglKtratlon li Judge Weuver i hi, i
O I, Horenson, assistant Terrltorl.il
hiniejor, wilt resign Ills position with
111 thu next few months to heroine Hie
assistant of P. S. Dodge, who Is in
charge of the land dcpailmcut of the
Clerk Hlinonlou of tlio Clicult Court
has filed his bond as c ima.Uidoner tc
sell land In Iho suit uf the Honolulu
Library ami Heading ltri Association
agalnstag.ilnst Frank K. King and
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
Janus l.ann, who wns 111111I0 Insane
us a result of maltreatment at the po
lleo station nt tho time of Iho '9,
troubles, was operafed on lust Tiles
day by I)r O'Day and )r it II. Coop
er ami tho .netcnt Imllcitloni p.ih t In
Oeorge (leorge. of Denver, Colorado
litis wtittui to (iinernor Fie.ir lo In
liiire about the Hawaiian Islands He
ic'iil the (ioernor'ti Interview In an
Fanlern paper, and wns led by It In
make an Investigation of conditions
Oustnviis Jordan returned licio jet.
lerdity after four montlis spent nil the
propel ly of thu O.inleu Island llonej
Co, on Kauai. Hu will remain hero
looking after tlio Interests of tho com
puny for several mouths before going
back to Kaunl
Negotiations are pending for nu ex
cliangu of lands nt Knhihco with the
Mcllrdo Sugar Company. Tho pro
posal Is lo trado sugar land in lower
Kalalieo, part of which has to bo Irri
gated, for agricultural land at a hlghei
elevation There are probably 900
acres of sugar Kind which the f,ovei .
nient will exchange for appiisil,.utci.
1700 iicros of honiesteadlng l.u. .
Miss Harriet Hutch, daughter of
Judge uml Mrs. Hatch, and one of the
gientl) feted debutantes this season,
wns heiself hoUess todaj at a large
luncheon, when her guests weie
Mlsbcs Weeks, C1110II1111 .lurrny, S.ulle
Muiras. Aleshlre l.angntt, Yvonne
Townsend. Howij Henrietta Fitch
Downliig, Huniphicy. Piclinn, Talhot,
Maltland. Mursball. O irllngtou, Lilian
Duncan llixler, Mlehle DivIm Hu
ehannii, l.eeeh ind flu- ll-isps Hlouev
Washington Ht.it .
To Users of Electric Light
Mr. F. H. Poss, illuminating engineer of the Holoplianc
Co., New "Stork, will, on Friday, January 22ml, at 10:30 a.
in., nt the office of The Hawaiian Electric Company, give n
demonstration and short talk on the proper use of clcctrio
light, explaining and demonstrating how to doable one's
illumination without Increased cost.
Wc trust all interested in store nnd residence lighting
will nvail themselves of the opportunity here offered.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
IF YOU WANT
n drink get the best. Wc have the materials and wc
know how to put up a drink that carries with it a desire
for another. We can guamntcc that if jou will mckc our
soda water your first tipple the second will be the "same
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. PHONE 71.
AP0LLINARIS WATER. HUNGARIAN APENTA APERIENT WATER,
J0HANNIS LITHIA WATER.
The woman who values the freshness of her skin, bright eyes, glossy
i,o,v nnd iret breath, must remember that close rooms, rich diet, nnd
late hours are her most powerful cne mies, and that a slight aperient, such
as a small wine glassful of ONE Of TttiSL wjiuus waitM, xnKen cv
cry morning before breakfast, is one of the greatest aids to health and
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. Telephone S10. ICO King St.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. Wc have earth filling for salej
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE E90
P. M Pond. Contractor
An Exclusive and Handsome Stock of Finest
10 Button gloves of most
superior quality, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
Double Tingcr Tips.
10 Button length, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
Washable Belts, plain and
embroidered, from 30c up j
Ladies' Hand Embroidered
Belts, very handsome goods,
In CHIFFON and NET.
"Black, Whits, Brown, and
FINE RIBBED VESTS
Of the finest make nnd ma
terial, 20c. 25c, and 3 for $1.
Best quality at 05c and 75c.
A beaut. ful assortment, em
broidered and trimmed with
Plain tucked waist of fine
India Linon, at $1 00.
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