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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 26, 1909, 2:30 EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENING DULIETIN, HONOLULU, T II, TUESDAY, JS 2fi. 1009.
L 0 N 0 have you been looking for such a
We have them; they are strictly correct in every par
ticular, .and well-made. The flexible olei aiaitt Nature in
every movement of the foot. Ask to see the
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
cause corns, sometimes, and then comfort ceases. Chi
ropodists are to be sought if you have not the imple
ments for the removal of the offending visitor. We
have CORN KNIVES, CORN RAZORS, CORN PLAS
TERS, CORN CURES. , , . , .,.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORI STREETS.
Sweet Ham Bone
The sweetest comes from a picnic ham such as we sell. We
have never offered more delicious ones than these. FIF
TEEN CENTS A POUND!
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bath. Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
t ARMY, NAVY AND
There Ik going to b,e a dearth of
dredge Inspectors Just an soon as the
Hawaiian Dredging Company stnrts
active operations on the l'earl Harhor
work. Though tho reSultB of the re
cent examination, held nt the Nnal
Station, lmve not hecn made public, It
is generally understood that by no
means all of the applicants managed
to pass. Though the examination was
well advertised, but few applications
were received and only a few or those
who did apply appeared for the exam
Not only Is n high degree of Intel
lluencc needed In order to puns the ex
amination for tho iioslllon of dredge
inspector, but the applicant must have
considerable technical education us
well Am the pay Is less thnn $4 pur
day, no man of tho tyKi rfeeded Is go
ing to throw up good employment Just
for the soke of entering thovcmploy or
On the mainland, where, there Is not
such a steady demnnd for men, the ex
aminations always bring out many
ruore applicants than can bo used, and
thcro are ninny who hau qualified but
have not received employment.
ttather than hold another examina
tion, with tho prospect of Mill facing
l shortage of applicants, It Is though!
likely that the Navy Department will
dither transfer some inspectors from
mainland navy yards, or will appoint
cl itlbles from mn Inland lists In ellli
at event, 'It Is not likely that nnoiher
examination will lie held here
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jan.se, '9L9
; Blfwer ft Co.
Kw plantation Co ....
Haw Com Sue Co
Hawaiian Susaf Co,
llonotnu SuRar Co ..
tl-il.,. C.r fji ......
Hutchison Suar Plant
Kahuku Platiiatlnu lo
K.kalia Su- CO- ...
goloa Sutar Co . .
Oalm Sursr Co... .
onoin. sut r uo ...
Ookota Sugar Plata Co
Olia SmjarCo Ltd .
(710WRIU 1.0... t
Paaliau Suftr riMrt Co
Pala rUnlalloilCo .
Pftffkeo Sutar Co..
Wfiiuku Sural Co....
Walmanato Sutar Co
Walmfa Sutr Mill Co
Inter-lalaiM Strain NCo
Hawaiian Uitclilc Co..
Hon kti ui.o rr
t.lllKuil 1 1!
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it'i painted by
The Point Shop.
124 King St
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. - P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C IW.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crashed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto. SAFE MOVING A SP?
Next to the changed color of the
chip, the first thing that catches the
ejo of the visitor when ho goes on
board thtf IlnlTalo, Is the absence of
the ti.arl.iu sentry A blue-Jacket,
looking very miserable with his cart
ridge belt and sldearms, stands at the
ileuil of the gangplank and halts the
catuul visitor. lie wears n sort of I-know-thls-lH-not-my-buslness
nml Is evidently wavering between a
desire to show that ho has the making
of n soldier In him ami n feeling that
he'd like to get Ids hands on that
marine that shoved this dress parade
Job off ohto him.
The detaching of the marines from
the warships is evidently not proving
the unmixed blessing that some of the
advocates of the experiment thought It
would. Olllcers of both the Navy and
Marino Corps are farfroni satisfied
and rumor has It that the Congres
sional Committee on Naval Affairs
does not entirely approve of the
clietne. Thu detailing of seamen to
do sentry duty necessitates u decided
Increase in tho complement of men on
each ship and Is costing the govern
ment a lot or money, snllori. getting
considerable more pa" than murine
This Is not by uny means tho first ,
time that Commander Frank M. Host
nick, U. S. N., now In command of the
IlnlTalo. has been here. Thirty-one
years ago, while yet a Junior olflcer.
he came, to Honolulu on tho old V. S.
b. I'ensucola, now u training ship wllh
headquarters at Han Francisco.
Commander llostwlck remembeis
well the Hawaii of monarchy days, uud
was personally acquainted wllh King
Knlakaun and the Princess l.lkellke
Ho, In common with tho other ortlccts
of tlie I'ensacola. was royally feted
while hero the first time, and so pleas
ant wt-ro the memories that ho carried
away with hlin, that ho nlways looked
forward with Joyful anticipation to
each visit to Honolulu.
Not only has tho Meol work of the
Iluffalo been painted u sluto gray, but
thu brass work ulso is curing u like
disguise. Tho bnrnlched brass, the
bailor's abomination, but tho delight
of thevvlsltors particularly children
with sticky hands is a thing of the
past. ICven tho brass I) on the bows
of'thu launches and cutters of tho ship
Imvo been painted over. Likewise the
broadsldo guns nra gruy.
Tio reenforced marlno garrison Is
now- firmly established In Its new
homo and tho regular routine has been
put Into effect. Owing to tho nbsence
of n suitable parado ground In the
Immediate vicinity, evening parado Is
not likely to become the popular func
tion with townspeople lhat It otherwise
Homo slight change will have to be
made on the funnel charts of navigat
ors henceforth. Heretofore u bun lull
net with a black strlpo at the top
meant United Stated warship. Not
now however. Henceforth .Unclu
Ham's craft wear a sluto gruy funnel
with a black to).
linn R T Jk 1. Co
Mutual Tflrptionc Co
Paid Up .,
Nahiku RuMxr Co Ala,
Dihu U A .Cn
Ililo K R Co , iVi"."
Hon lift M Co-
Hawaiian Pitrtapptc Cu,
UmTtr 4 PC
HawTer ju pc
Haw Tar l PC
Haw Gov't iic ...
Haiku Sugar Co6c
Ham, Pilch Co,
Haw Sutar Coftpc.
HIloKKCo Coii 6 pc
HonaVaa Suaarro. t.
Hon RT IV L Co a pc
Kahuku P.atil vol nc
Oahu K ft I. Co 6 c
Oahu Sugar Co $pc
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c.
Pic Suit. Mill Co, (a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Walalua Agrk Co i p c
The BEACON is a less
expensive hat, made with all
the KNOX quality.
The KNOX is the
world-wide Standard in Men's
You can't find better Hats anywhere
and they are sold at New York Prices.
ELKS' BLDO.. KINO ST. near FORT.
LOCAL AND IENERAL
Sales Uetweiln Hoards: 20 Haw
C. & 8. Co.. $101.60 i5 Haw C & S.
Co.. $103.50; 40 O.ihu Sug. Co, $29; 10
Oahti Sug. Co.. f'O, ID Ouhu Sug. Co..
$29; CU Ewn. $27. ir. Uwo. $27; 40
I.wu, $27. Session 5 I'loneer, $l42.r,u,
','J Pauuhau, $21' 10 Ia, $27
Latest turjar quotation 3.70 cents or
$74 per ton.
, 'I ---
Sugar, 3.70 cents
Beets, 10s 2 l-4d
Henry Waiertiouse Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu StocK and Dond
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
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.
-At All Watcbdealers.
Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FOB! and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
MRS. DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Automobile murder; resembles stoe
pipe. Iteturn to von Humm-Youug
Oarngo mid receive rewurd.
A Princeton class pin was left ut this
office. Owner may have same by
proving property and paying for
this ml, 421S-U
Beceived ex Alameda a New Ship
incut of latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST, .
The Annual Stockholders' Meeting
of The Ksttito of S. 0. Wilder. Lim
ited, will be held at their office, 408
Judd lluildlug, on Thursday, I'ebru
aiy lib, lUOa, nt 9 o'clock u. m,
BAMU Cl, WILUKIt,
' - ; Secretuiy.
Honolulu, Jan. 2r.th, 1909.
Two moro cimos of flrlKlit's Illc.H,
thut rcrtix-rol urtor tho treuunf-nt In lics
IiltaU liuil f.ill.'.I nml lift- was dailri-l
One la John II. (lyx-lu.ir, tho well
knuwn iiH-reh.int nf Kurt-ka, O.il, lltt was
In tli I-uii" lloapltal In H.n Krancluru
for thru- nionthi. Was kij annllfii wltn
drupsy tlml lit- had to tiu tapix-Hi e-ry
trn d.iyn. llr- wum sti-ndlly nlnktSK whin
his family tiiok him hoinr and put him
on rultou's llr-iuil Compound for HrlKlit's
Olseasp. Tli tapplnss ct-aitfil uml ho
lijtun to lilt-nil and bi now- inrftctly well.
Kcryboly in Kurt-ka knuus of his inlrn
Anotliir rnw Is Hint of Mr. T J Mill
loy of 3316 llrynntjHt., Htn I'ranriaro.
,i in iiiuniim iiku nu ivfin in iihi i; n.
Marlnn llnapltal In that city, iind was so
low with HtlKlit'x lUaoiiae Hint Ids nlati r,
Mrs. l'Tcncn. was adviani uy mo pnysi
linn In chaw that a fatal ind was In'
Christmas brought into most
homes a lot of new things that v will ,
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things, j
Phone 290. F.R.Sullivan. Hack 115. '
Commercial lutings. Merc. Hcfer-,
ence Agcy., 39 Voung llldg. 1'hons
Tho yacht Hawaii was placed on the
ways )esterdu) for cleaning nml mer
Inter-Island and 0. It. &. L. shipping f
looks for salo at tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 u
office. CO each.
Tnke your carriage or autnmobllu
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., fur
J. A. Mcdiilre, a well known ranch
man of Konn, is hooked to leave In the
Maima lAta todny
The University Club has Invitations
out for a smoker lu honor of the nlfl
rerx of the Cth Cavalry.
Go to "The Royal Annex."
Kmest I'nrker and Sam Parker nre
booked to leave today for Wulineu.
Hawaii, In the Manna Kea.
Will J. Cooper, of thx publicity ile
imrtmeut of the I'romotliiii Committee.
Is hack at his desk alter u weeks ill
A lecoptlon will be held tomorrow nt
the Imperial German Coiisulnfe In lion
or of thu fiftieth birthday of Kmperor
Mr nnd Mrs, A. 8. Wilcox of Kuiial,
who have been staying nt tho Young,
will lenn this afternoon for their
home lu thu Klnaii
Among tho passengers who arc ex-
rjon(j l pfctcd to leave lu the Mlknhala for
.tuiiiiKiii ninny ure airs, auiii. .irs. w
C .Meyer and Wm. Meyer.
Col. Sam Norrls of Knu, Hawaii,
who has been visiting In Honolulu for
n short white left today fur his home.
He sailed in the Maima I.oa.
On Installments of $1 per month you
can purchase a White family notary
sewing machine. Ilcnny k Co.. Ltd.,
ngenls, 12flG Port St Phono 48S.
Attorney General Hemenwiiy lia
read the report of Deputy l.urnach on
the Achl liieBtgaton, hut he has not
Jet decided on nny rourso nt action.
Mnrstou Campbell stated jesterday
that thero wuh sufficient water In Nun
mm dam to keep tho work there going
ulieud. Tho rains that have fallen of
late have helped out the work.
W. It. Castle and I). U. Wlthlngton
had an Interview wllh Governor Krenr
nt noon yesterday. They discussed
the application for a rhaiter of tho
Pearl Harbor Traction Company.
Funeral services for the Into Mrs.
Mary Kullo Sliiglehurst. who died Sat
unlay night, will bo held at St Clem
m today Thu
Makes Electrio Lit,ht so reasonable that no one can
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
PWUIUlt Untl ClOHH ui iianu. Mt lOOK I . ,, , .' , .
him home aial nut Idtn on thi nmw truit- ''"I church nt 4 ii
nu-nt thut savnl ilyni-llnr. Ile ncovireil body will bo letiirned to Kugland for
oiiu ii,., niomiin luit-r riioiiiiii 10 in -i , interment
riitjuuj iiivii, ititiu iiiivr el iiiv uiiu,u
If ou uucKtlon this.
lirlxht's DImoiuk; nnd DlntHtis nro cur
nbli in 87 nt et-nt of all t!aas hy Pul
ton's CoiniHjunda. Hmd fur llfrature.
Jno. J. r'ultim Co., 212 First street, San
Francisco, Cal, Honolulu Drug Co,
When to suct Ilrlnlit'a niaiaae .
wAkntHs or loaa of weight, puffy iinklt-s,
hamlK or ryi-lliU, dropsy. kldn-y troiildo
mter thn tlilrd monttii urtn may nmv
tiilhncnti falllnK vision ; druwalnrai; onu
or more of th sp.
PUZZLE FAD HERE,
Tho fad of Iho puztles tins reached
Honolulu hut many have not lusted
the delight of putting together tho till)
bits of wood with a part of a plctuu
glued to Its surface.
This evening, at ,lho Kllohuna Art
League, thero will Do sumo especially
mudo pretty picture puzzles for those
who do not dance.
Tho first part of tho evening will be
spent lu listening tn thu whole of
"Mrs. Oakley's Telephone." Tho uud
lence will know who brought homo the
pears and oysters uml of the reconcil
latlou ut the ferry.
At half past eight dancing will he
gin nnd the puzzling In the llbrurj
start Thu buffet supper will I be
Tho ladles In charge promise nil
who ntteiid a ver Jolly evening.
What tho Diumatlc Clrclo Is and
what It Is doing wus well llliuitiuteit
during thu late benefit. Ileslduu thu
regular luagno work tun! obligations
the members hope to usu their ufforts
lu contributing In benefits for worthy
objects. The present entertainment
Is to lelmbiirsu nnd Improve thu, equip
ment lerpilreil Literature and prop,
erlles are lacking. g
Lntertalnnient Tuuuluy, jji, t2-,, at
k p. m. Admission ft.
The Wnlklkl Ilccluinattnn CoiiiiuIk
slon will probably call a public meet
ing berore the Legislature meets. Maps
and plans have already been prepared
but an expression of public sentiment
Land Commissioner Pratt left for
Kauai today nt n,oou. Hu will supei
Intend the snlu nf n luigo number or
Knpaa town lots thero. Willi him
will go one of his office assistants in
facilitate the work.
Todny about forty boys, non-lepriuis
ihlldren of leper parents, will hu tram,
ferred from their prusen uisldeiire lo
the new home built for them by the
Territory Sufficient funds Imvo been
secured in purch.tso enough fiirnltiii.
lo wurrai.t the opening it t o m
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
George Steele, who wns arrested
during Konohl time us o drunks,. w,1s
sentenced by Judge Andrndo yeMer
day lo ninety days lu Oaliu prison
Steele has been sent over several
limes for drunkenness lu tho lust few
weeks, uml Is fast becoming a street
Last Snlunlny night License Inspect
or Fennell made a lour of Wahlawa In
the guise of ti military teamster, wllh,
the result that ho located a niimbei
of blind pigs. Ile has sworn to war
ranis for the arrest of all the offend
oi s and went to Wahlawa hist night
lo serve them
Henry Smith explains relative to Hie
request of the John l'na hejrs thut no
annual accounts be icnderrd through
the courts, that thin Is not necessary
ns Hie estate bus been closotl already
The heirs want the accounts wjiirli
nto made by the trustees, charged to
Iho corpus of the t-sUtuXIrTaCiTHil of in
the Income, this h,4ug -Iho questlmi
which Is really Involved.
Get Next to the Best
If you arc Roing to (jet a suit of clothes you will ro
where you can get the best. If you want a good meal you
will go to the bc3t restaurant, and if you drink the best
SODA WATER the chances are a hundred to one it came
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0,,S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
APOLLINABIS WATER, HUNGARIAN ATENTA APERIENT WATER,
JOHANNIS LITHIA WATER.
The woman who values the freshness of her skin, bright eyes, glossy
hair and sweet breath, must remember that close rooms, rich diet, and
late hoars are her most powerful enemies, and that a slight aDerient, such
as a small wine glassful of ONE OF THESE FAMOUS WATERS, taken ev
ery morning before breakfast, is one of the greatest aids to health nnd
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. Telephone 240. 160 King St.
Filling and Grading
You should have your grounds
The wet weather will soon be on.
filled in before the winter rains Mt in,
at REASONABLE PRICES.
We have earth filling for sals
P. ML Pond. Contractor
An Exclusive and Handsome Stock of Finest
10 Button gloves of most
superior quality, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
Double Finger Tips,
16 Button length, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns,
Washable Belts, plain nnd
embroidered, from 30c up.
Ladies' Hand Embroidered
Belts, very handsome goods,
In CHIFFON and NET.
Black, White, Brown, and
FINE RIBBED VESTS
Of the finest make and ma
terial. 20c. 25c, and 3 for SI.
Best duality at 65o and 75c.
A beautiful assortment, em
broidered and trimmed with
Plain tucked waist of fine
India Linon, at $1.00.