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KVRNINQ HUUXTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., KHIDAY, JAN. 22, 1305.
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from whnt you generally see In the, line of shoes; something
you know is good in the wearing of which you know you
nrc properly dressed.
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR TAILOR-MADE DOWNS.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
T -TTn-T-t m.l-ll n-r .. ,
Tins Department in our establishment is supplied with
the same lines of Roods you get in similar places on tho
mainland. Wc make a Specialty cf IMPORTED AND DO
MESTIC CHEESE, SALT AND FRESH CHEESE, PICKLES,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
. INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
FARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
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Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 151.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & C- Ltd.
We do all hinds of Teaming; also deal in Crashed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Oarden Soil, Eto. SAFE MOVING A SPF
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W. L EATON,
' Collector Evening Bulletin ; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
,12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
11 SO. KING ST..HON0LULU, T.H.
At All Watchdealen.
Afiint for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FOr,T ami KINO Sk, Honolulu.
Laird, Scrober & Co.,
Kid Garden Tie
FIND the pat
tern you like
in a Cluett Shirt
and you have
found the shirt
you will like.
$1.50 and more.
CLUF.TT. TRAhOIlY fc CO , Tror. N. T.
Aitacrivi Arrow jtux
GootI Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shoo. 134 King St
MRS. DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Received ex Alameda a New Shin
menf of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
FREAR MAY SPRING
It Is understood that Oovernor Krcar
lias received a cablegram from Wash
Ington in regard lo the nmltor nf llio
kiisin-nsloti of the cnaaUlno shipping
law, which will bo presented nt the
Civic Federation meeting this nftor-
IIOUTI. 11 iH flAHtllfntt Irnnm. t., . I.
" - ... ., -.rf m.wnu mill. uiu
Oovernor' did receive n (-At)lcKrnm this
miming, inn no declined lo gle out
Hh contcntr., staling that ll enmo from
a private smirco. Tho nicotinic takes
placo nt the Young hotel this after
noon at I o'clock, and tho (Jovrrnor Is
one of the speakers. Anionic other
Hpeakors niny bo I'rof HadJoti of tho
College or Hawaii, who will tell n Hlo
BANKS ALL RIGHT
Tho Treasurer has received notifica
tion from WnshlnKton that tho state
ment madu somo lime ngo from Wnsli-
InCtOll 1(1 till, ntfnnt ,lint It.-.. Iiu.nl .. .
tlonnl banks had failed to comply with
tho regulations by neglecting to send
m their rcHrts, was Incorrect. "Tho
rimemeni was uased on nn Incomplete
extract from tho controller's rtpoit,"
fcaya tho letter.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record. Jan. 21, 1909,
V A Schaefer . Co Ltd et til lo V A
Schacfer ; )
M C I'achcco and wf to I-'rank San
to" ct nl Agrmt
Entered for Record Jan. 22, 1909,
Kamalo 2 and wf to MunJIro Koike.. 1)
Mnnocl ltodilgues and wf to John V
Oroto . . ....
A Mahlehlo Nnhoolkalkn and hub to
Henry IC I'oepoo 1)
NEW - TO-DAY
O.1I111 Lodge No. 1, K. or I'., will
meet nt 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
.Ian. 23, 1909, for tho purposo or
attending tho funeral of our Into
brother, J. H. O'Neal, n member of
Aloha Lodge No. 3, K. of I.
Members of Mystic No. 2 mid Me
Klnlcy No. 8 arc respectfully re
quested to attend.
Ily order of C. C. ISir.-lt
IN TIIU UNITKI) STATK8 DISTHIOI
COUIIT IN ANH KOIl Till: TKHKI-
TOUY OK HAWAII.
Ill tho Matter of S. A. Cutter, llank-
rupt. No. 1(13.
1'KTITION I'OK, DISCHAItOi:.
To tho Honorable Sanford II. Dole,
JuiIbo of said Court:
S. A. CUTTKIl. of Honolulu, In tho
County of Ouliu, In said Territory,
respectfully represents that on tho
11 tli day of April, A. D. 1 90S, ho was
duly adjudged n bankrupt under tho
Acts of Congress rclutlng to bank
ruptcy: that ho has duly surrendered
all of his property, mid has fully com
piled with all the requirements of
wild acts and of tho orders of tho
Court touching his bankruptcy.
WIlUItUKOItB ho prays that ho
may bo decreed by this Honorable
Court to huvo n 'full discharge, from
all debts provable against his estato
under said bankruptcy acts, except
Mich dobls as nro by law excepted
fiom such discharge.
Dated, this 19th day of January,
A. D. 1909. ,
(Hgd.) S. A. CUTTKIl.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
thin 21t day of January, A. I). 1909.
(8gd.) K. C. I'KTKKS,
Nolary rublle. 1'lrst Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
On this 22nd day of January, ,.
I). 1909, on rcadrng the foregoing pe
tition. It Is
OltDKIl OK NOTICE THKKKON
a hearing bo had upon tho lGth day
of Kcbruary, A. D. 1909, before said
Court, at Honolulu, In said District,
at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon; uud
that nntlco thorcof bo published In
tho Kvonliig llullcttn, a nowspapcr
printed In said District, and that all
known creditors and other pen-ona
in interest may appear at the bald
1 1 mo mid place, and show cause, if
any they have, why tho prayer of the
Mild petitioner should not bo granted.
AND It la further ordered by tho
Court that tho Clerk shall scud liy
mall to all known rrcdltoru copies of
said petition nnd this order, address
ed to them nt their place!) of resi
lience as stated.
WITNBSS tho HONOHAIII.r: SAN-i'-OUD
11. DOI4R, Judgo of tho said
Court, and tho heal thereof, at Hono
lulu, In snld District, on this 22ud
day of January, A. D. 1909. '
(Seal) (Sgd.) A. E. MUKIMIY,
Clerk U. S. District Court.
A truo copy, attest:
A. K. Mimi'HY,
Clerk, V, S. District Court.
Comforters & Quilts
for the cold weather. All
NUUANU below HOTEL.
HONOLULU STOCK FXCHAME
HONOLULU. Jan.22. 1909
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Hawaiian SuRr Co.. .
ttonnmu Siigar Co ....
llmioltaa Sugnr Co , ..
Hutcliloon Sugar llttit
KaliuVu Plfliitatlon lo
k'flcflha Sun- Co
Klpahtilr. Kur Co . ..
KnlnlSuffftr Co ...
MrV(vdeUtfftr Co ....
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Otmn.ra Suffir Co . ., .
OokoaSu.r Plant Co
Ola Sugar Co Md ....
(ltowatu Co..... ... ,.
Taaliau Surar rt.nl Co
Pilfr Sugar Mill
Tala riantatlonCo ...
PrfNeVrf, SiiRir Co..,
rirfrer Mill Co
Urtiuku Sugar Co ....
Walmra Sugar Mtll Co
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Hon R T ft I. Co Trrl
Hon RTft I. Co Com
Mb.ual Tlriliotie Co
Ililolt R Co
Hon RAM Co
Haw Trr 4 rc
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Haw Gov't tnc
flalltu Sugar o6 ttt.
Ham. Mich Co.
Haw Sugar Cnnitc...
HlloR RCo Con 6 ic
llonakaa Sugar co. t
Hon R T ti LCot c
KA'iuku P.atil Co 6 ti c
MrllrvrfrS Co'atf. .
Datm K V L. Co 6 c . .
Oahu Sugar Co j p c .
Claa Sugar Co 6 pc. .
P. Sug. Mill Co. (a
Hala Plaiilalln.i Co ....
T'Oiircr Mill Co 6 pc ..
Walalal gfkCo ipe
Hales Ilctweeli Hoards' $11,000 lln
nokna lis. JIII2, mno Honokaii ns.
!-; 200 Honokaa. 115, nn llonokna
$f; ISO Knliukit. $:n.r.0. Region- r,
Ookaln. Jl.l.f.l); .IS Ookala, JI3.50; so
Oahu 8ug. Co., $28,87'n
Latost sugar quotation 3.67 cents or
$73.40 per ton.
Stock and Bond Broker.
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528,
Sugar, 3.67 cents
Beets, JOs 11-2(1
Henry Watemotisa Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu 8tocx and Dond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
Tho opening of bids for the con
struction of the Walmea Illver Em
bankment has been postponed.
Superintendent of l'ubllc Works.
Dept. of Public Works,
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1909.
NOTICE OF SEIZURES.
In accordance with the provisions
of Article 1-fi", Qustoius ItcgulatloiiH
or 19QS, notice Is horeby given that
I, 1:. It. Stnckable, Collector of Cus
toms, seized the following described
merchandise for violations of tho Ho
vised Statutes: No. 1619 ono caso
containing Chlnoso medicine, Import
ed by Chco Wo; No. J625 100 ci
gars; No. 1529 ono package con
taining ona pleco of pongee silk and
mio pleco lace; No. 1G37 ono pair
trousers; No. 10 H ono case con
taining 2000 pieces printed matter
Imported bj M. (n; No, ifinr. Kill
cigars; No. 1GS9 1100 cigars; No.
lfifili one gold rhnln; No. 107fi
ono Ulcer) .llisl cloth; No. 1C79 900
rlgars; No. 1002 four linen embrol
iloiud shirtwaists; No, 1G93 101
cigars; No, 1703 125 rlgars; No.
1701 17C cigars; No. 1707 BO ci
gars; No. 170821 rlgars; No. 1711
25 pkges. clgarcttca; N. 1715
SI cigars; No. 1717 2i cigars; No,
172091 cigars; No. 1727 ono caso
Chinese nicdlcino Imported by Wing
Sing Wo; No. 17110 one Jar Chlnc.10
wine; No. 1711 75 cigars.
13. It. 8TACICAIII.K,
Collector of Customs,
1215 Jan. 22, 29; I'eb. 5.
(iood earth for jour garden or yard.
Iluy now when you havo tho chance
Address (1 W. Mclloiigalt, 1080
(Jullck Avenue, City. 12I5-2W
Uical application to San I'ranclscn
of Supremo Court decision In New
York gas caso would cause forfeiture
of tiion.noo on pait of Hprlmt Vnllej,
urroidim; In Ami. taut Cltj Atliiiiiny
Tliuiuiiii i:. Iliucii.
ONE 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
try; and .we have
our goods from their great line.
That means that nobody elic has anything like them; and it
means that you have your pick from the best stock of clothes made.
Overcoats of all kinds and styles; suits
of many fabrics, SIS to $50. Kill I drcts
and Tuxedo n spc laity ;: ., .: :;
This stcrc is the heme of Hart Echaffner & Marx Clothes.
ELKS' BLDO., KINO ST. near
LOCAL 1ND 6ENEH4L
39 Christmas brought into most
homes a lot of new thintrs that will
'displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
"SIX VH "usAinns Z'i 'OGr. aniW
Tho l.urllno snllcl lor Han l'rau
Mrs. Mlnuto C. Ablrlch has iclurued
from her visit to Japan
C. J .Tiilk, who has been lnltiti(; In
Koun oil busliiess, returned t.-day.
Commercial Hatlngs. Merc. Ilcfcr
enco Arscy., 39 Young Hldg. Phoae
Col. S. Norrls of Knit, Hawaii, came
don n (his morning In tho steamer
Oo to "The Royal Annx."
Honolulu Lodgo M0, II. (). IC. will
ucct in ICIks' Hall, King street, nt 7:
Inter-Islaud and O. It, & I., shipping
looks for alo at tho Hullo tin
oftlcc, 50 each.
Take your carrlugo nr automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrriaso Malifg. Co., for
C. II. Ilrnwn, well known In llono.
lulu, and daughter, returned to tho Is
lands on tho Hllonlau.
If you aro looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jon'll find them.
A. Watrrhoiiso and F. T I. WatPi
houso wcro among the p-msenr.oM who
arrived today from .Maul.
Tho directors of Walalua plantation
went "down country" today for thelt
annual Inspection of tho proper!).
Miss Annabel I.nw, daughter of i:ben
Low. has returned homo after an (i
erat Ion performed at the Queen's Hos
pital. Tho llttlo phiy which whb given nt
tho Opera House last Saturday will b"
repealed at the Kllnliana Art l.c;it;ui'
011 iiiesoay evening next.
Honolulu Aerlo No. 110 recently ex
pended S.'0() In new paruiiheiiinlla
which will lie put Into active opetu
lion next Wednesday night.
There will h n sptclal meeting nl
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. F. and A. M.,
in Masonic Temple at 7: SO this oven
,lug for work in the third degree.
The Christian I3ndeaor nodal whldi
was to have been held tonight nt the
Central Union church has been isist
lioncd on account of tho donth of Mr.
Tho I'rdinotlon Commllli-o nt Its
meeting esterday derided to engage
a guide and tourist agent, to be paid
by tho committee and to work under
I'. W. I'easo. architect of Iho U. S.
Treasury Department, leturncd fiom
Miuoxnl mis morning, Ho reports
piogrcs8 of tho experiment station In
L. C. Abies Is nsvlslliig t'ostmnstcr
Pratt In his work. Ho has been sunk
en of as a prospcctlwi nsslstaut mt
master. lco Stayton, but denies that
he Is afteiMhu Job.
C. W. Hack and tleorgo A. Ilachchl
er. who are stoiiplng at tho Mnana,
nil! niak the circuit nf Oahu In Mr
Hack's toTirlng car 011 Satiirdny. Thoy
Intend tu go over to the Volcano next
Tho ailmliilstintlon Is considering
the pinpoiilllon of gllng thn Honolulu
Hale site In exchnngo for the suirend
er of tlie lease of tho llrower Illork
011 Queen street and for laud needed
for tho Illshop street oxtenslnu.
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
There was a largo atteudanco of
sailors on board tho Iluffulo, now y
Ing at tho Noal wharf, last night nt
a stercnptlrnn lecture given by IM.
Towse, TJ10 lecture was under the
auspices of tho Seamen's Institute.
On .Monday afternoon I'rof. Sherman
Jabson of tho College of Hawaii will
Kho a Icctiiro of "Itonuntlclsm.
Klolht, Oilllparzer. Hefno " This Is
Iho tenth lecture In tho lectures In
(JoniiRii lltoraturu given by I'rof. Dub
ton. Tho hour Is 3 p. in uud all thote
Interested aro linltcd to attend.
.Mortimer L. Slovens, formerly of the
Adertlivr, npiiaicntly keeps up hU
fostlvo Career. The Pernor Times
heads an article about him ns follows
"I'lsht mer woman In theater nlsle
Mm timer I Stephens punches V. V
Dean, claiming girl Willi joung sod
ety man 111 wife. I'ummcl one nnnth,
or until pollco arrive Ilrenk from
captors to end battlo; dilen to Jail
In patrol wagon." This man was tout
cd U the AdvcrllRcr ns n wonder but
bin uwir.l haii boen n-i hlind in tho
usual Advertiser tool,
a chance to select
Makes Electric Lir,ht so reasonable that no one can
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd. I
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
IF YOU WANT
a drink get the best. Wc have the materials nnd wo
know how to put up a drink that carries with it a desire
for another. We can guarantee that if you will make our
soda water your first tipple the second will be the "same
! Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. S. LEITHEAJ), Manager.
APOLLINARIS WATER, HUNGARIAN APENTA APERIENT WATER,
J0HANNIS LITHIA WATER.
The woman who values the freshness of her skin, bright eyes, glossy
hair and sweet breath, must remember
late hours nrc her most powerful enemies, and that a slight aperient, such
as a small wine glassful of ONE OF THESE FAMOUS WATERS, taken cv
cry morning before breakfast, is one of the greatest aids to health and
Sole Ag'ents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Filling and Grading
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 BOO
P. YL Pond. Contractor
An Exclusive and Handtomc Stock of Ffncst
1G Button gloves of most
superior quality, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
Double Finger Tips.
10 Button length, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
, . ,, ., , . . A beautiful assortment, cm
Washable Belts, plain and' i.mid.r. o,, ,.!.,.i '.....1.
embroidered, from 30o up. I iace.
Ladies' Hand Embroidered piain tucked waist of fine
Belts, very handsome goods. I India Linon, nt S1.00.
nj. II V.vB K.'.'9
viTT II WzfK K
a Caryiitot IjaJ 1 Hut Sttuflocr if Mu
that close rooms, rich diet, nnd
CO,, Ltd., '
Telephone 240. 1G0 King St. jj
Iu CHIFFON and NET.
Black, White, Brown, nnd
FINE RIDDED VESTS
Of the finest make and ma
terial, 20c. 25c, and 3 for SI.
Best quality at G5o and 75c.
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