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EVBN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1),. MONDAY. TKH. 1, 1009,
Melnerny Slice Store
for 1909 is ntlnptccl (o Hawaii and is filled with in
formation of Heal Value. It is for free distribution
yours for an intimation.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND TOIIT STREETS.
Sweet Ham Bone
The sweetest comes from a picnio ham such as wc sell. Wo
hnve-ncver -offered more delicious ones than these. Fir
TEEN CENTS A POUND!
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
Agent fqr ARTHUR SKWAIX & CO.. Bath. Main
PARROTT & CO., Ssn Frnneuco.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OrFICE 281. p. o BOX 151
Tort St., Opn. W. 0. Irwin & T Ltd.
We do. all kind3 of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White n
Black Satid, Broken Corel, Garden Soil. Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPF
"W." L. EATON, FASHIONABLE"
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial Mill lltEDV
Secretary 'Hawaiian Engineering ' ItJILLIIiLKI
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at BullcHn omce , MRS DUNN'S HAT SHOP
1041 BO. KINO ST.IH0M0IULU1T.1I.I,,II,, uvna J ,,rtl J,IUr
At All Watchdealns.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. TOnT ami KING Sts Honolulu,
FIRE AND MARINE.
Good FoIRs Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shoo. 134 King St
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nient of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Tells The People What Is
Otfered Them At
College of Hawaii
John V flllinore, president of the
College of Hawaii, returned Sntur
ilny morning on the Mnunn Ken fiom
llito iiihI Mnul ports.
Mr Uilmoro litis hcen nlncnt for
tlio past ten days on theso Islands,
visiting the various schools and
speaking nt arranged meetings In
llllii, Wiillukit. Uilinlnn, nnd other
plates, nlionl the College nnd Its out
look. In nil, eight meetings wcro
lit cryw here he found the people
ery much Interested In the College,
end general nppi citation wns ex
pressed for Its work and tho outlook
for Us development In accordance
with tho Kcnrrnl prohlcms of educa
tion In the Islands.
The meeting nt llllo was attended
hy n largo number of (he cltlzons of
that city. Mr. (JUmoro also spoke .it
the llllo High ikhool heforo tho etn
clents there. cnlllng their attention to
tho fact that the College was ready
to present finishing con rues for tliel.i
when they graduated. Several meet
ings wcro held In small places bcfoio
Hawaiian audiences, nnd whcrocr
these meetings were held the people
teemed to he gratified that there
was now In tho Islands an opportu
ulty for their sons nnd dnughtors to
iccclvo n higher education without
having to go (o the mainland for It,
ah had heretofore hcen tho enso.
Mr. (Illmori) also lsitcd a niimhci
of schools, nnd went ocr tho work of
tho College with their principals,
with n view to promoting n nioro In
1 1 male association hctwecn the work
n f these schools nnd en trance re
qiilrcnicntH of tho College. The Col
legn must look to the schools of tho
Territory In u large measure for lu
students, and thcicfore It Is quite ol
sentlnl that the work of tho various
high schools nnd preparatory schools
he arranged In so far as posslhlo lo
i on form to tho standards of the en-
tinnco requirements of tho College,
Tho meeting nt f-ahnlnaltinn Indus
trial School was especially gratify
ing. In that so ninny young men woro
met who may, If they routlnuo their
present protgrcss In their studies uiid
work, ultimately become students In
tho Col lego.
Mr. Gllmoro also spent much of his
time lu personal conversation with
hUMrtcas 111 e u nnd planters lu respect
to tho College nnd Us possibilities for
advancing tho Interests of agricul
ture ami engineering In our midst.
Ho states that ho Is much Impressed
with tho large problems In theso Im
portant activities that exist In our
Islands, and much encouragement Is
derived from the fact that men of
trained minds nnd of good business
ability nro needed to develop theso
Interests. Mr. (Illmoro said that ho
believes that our agriculture and en
gineering problems nro largely heforo
us and that both of thcio Holds of
activity nro largo In their prospecta
of future development. Our new ag
rkulturnl Industries, especially pine
npples, rubber, and coffee, and the
engineering problems connected with
the use and properties of water, road
building, nnd the perfection of pub
lic works nro all attractive llelds to
Hie well-trained man.
Krnm all of tho present Indications,
there seems In bo no good reason why
tho College may not havo a normal
development Into n largo Meld of use
luluess In our Territory.
HE DID NOT FORGET
"No, dear, 1 did not forget those
tickets. I saw Johnson on my way
huuin in tho car and ! casually re
marked mat I had Just been Into
llorgst rum's and bought our tickets.
Them tennis to bo a great dcmuud.,ffir
tickets, for the Klks' Mlnstrola nhiw'K
tell out thi'lr house Hovoral days he
foro i'm' opening show. Wonder how
many oilier people hao forgotten."
Tho management of tho KIks Mln
t.trels advises tho public to bo on hand
early If they wish to obtain good scats.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tho ST? SSJt-jf
Signature of WtayZToZSU
Paii Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
Clias. R. Frazier
none 371. 122 King St.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83" MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX- 528.
HONOLULU STOCK FXCHAPGI
HONOLULU. Feb. 1. I9C9
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Mttiital Ttlpltoitt Co
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Snloa ScrnIiiii: 10 Mcllrjilc. J3.R0:
B lion 11. & M. qo., l;.i2.-,
IlUMfiKtH Fob. I, I'jny. ijalkn, 114
per cent; I'ula, 114 Iwr cent; Pioneer,
2 per cunt.
Latest sugar quotation 3.G7 cents or
$73.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3 67 cents
Beets, Js I i-2d
Hinif WiUiiMsi Tnisl Co.,
Memben Honolulu StocK and Bond
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8T8.
SOON BE HERE
Tho fomenm Ililllitlno Cointuljulary
Ilnnil, which Ih In le a inntlnco ami
ovcnlnR concert at tho Opera Houao
en Trlilay, Kobruirjr 6th, will arrive
on tho trnnHport lluford. which Is ox
llonoluluans may expert n nnvol ami
striking right when they nrrho In
their bright regalia, and they will most
probably gho a sample at their play
ing when tho utenmcr docks.
I'rcnlilcnt-elcct Tuft hax arranged lo
deck out the entire bund In bright new
uniforms, for ho Is very proud of them,
mid will niako them n striking fcatiiro
of the Presidential Inaugural parudo
at wnslilngton, l). U.
Following tho ceremonies nt tho ca
llal, the linnil will mnko a tour of the
country, and then return to tho Phil
ippines, after plujlng at tho Seattle-Yukon-Pucinc
Kxposltlon next fall.
Tickets aro now on salo at Dcrg-
Strom's. Tho prices aro 28c. EOc, 7Bc
nnd SI. Children will bo admitted to
nny part of tho lioiibo at tho imillncc
concert for r,0c.
Tho caso of Kraurlsco Cntro. a Por
to Jllcan with n bud rocord, Is bolng
tried bofnro Jndgo Do Holt today, tho
iloreiKianl nolng charged with
In tho first degrco. Ho Is alleged lo
hnvo entered the room of a girl living
in tho Winston block. City Attorney
Cnthcnrt conducts tho cast) of tho pros
ecution, while II. O, Hpcnccr appears
inr tlio iioicniiani.
Tho Jury In tho raso Is as follows:
V. (1 Wnlkor. James Cuinmlngs, Wat
ter Stiirblrd, A, I). Ilolstor. W. E. Trlol.
B. V. Todd, W K. TIrroll. Jonathan
Shaw, Manual Sllva, Jr., Tlios. C. Mc
Oulro, Ilobort llnlr and B. O. Whlto.
John W. antes will eroct a coedu
cational college nnd hospital upon a
hlto granted by tho City Council of
Port Arthur, Tex., as a memorial to
his mother, who tiled there.
Automobllu muffler; resembles hot
wnter lieutcr. Itoturn to von
llnmm-Yoiing nnrnge. !i rewnrd.
LOCAL AND SENERU
Strangers in Honolulu find what
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Phone 890. P.R.Sulltvan. Hack 115.
Tho Woman's (lulld metis toman ow
afternoon nt 3 o'clock
Attorney l'rosser relumed jester
day on tho MlknhnU (rum Mnul.
0. II. Hnrtwell enmo Into town on
tho Mlkiihnli. jesterday Irom tlio Mn
Ilnrmnny I.odgo No. 3. I. O. O. F
will meet In Oil, I Ke' lows' Hull this
eenlng nt 7:30.
Hawaiian l.ojpo No 21, F. and A.
M., will meet In MomiiiIc Temple this
uvenlng nt 7-30.
Inter-Island and O. It. . I,, shipping
looks for sale at tho Dtkllotln
office, 60 each.
Itov. II. I. Judd had charge of tlio
tcrlces at the prison yesterday morn
Ing, senkliig In both Hawaiian nnd
Oysters any style at Royal Annex.
H. N. Wlzglus has resigned hs bail
iff of Judgu Lindsay's court. He will
besucceedod by K. K. Alii, the assist
ant clerk of tho district court
On installments of J3 per month you
can purcLaso a While Family notary
sowing machine. Denny & Co.. Ltd,
agents. 12C0 Fort St Phono 488.
Hev. John W.4-Wndmir(md.wl.fc.,ns-slstod
by tho children oFSuhnnnuh
Wesloy Home, had chnrgo or lFoWi
vices at tho Lcahl Home cstcnlay af.
lllshop Smith of tho Methodist
church will make n missionary lour of
Knual this week lu company with Itov.
J. W. Wailmnn. Tho lllshop will preach
In tho Llliuu church.
M. 1). Monsnrrat fell down tho stnlra
leading from his office In tho Walty
bulldlng Saturday morning, cutting tils
head so severely thnt ho wus taken to
the hospital fo- treatment.
During his rtiy on Knual, I.and
Commissioner Pratt appointed L. M.
McKcaguo of Kohnla suli-agenl for
that district. In order to fncllltnta tho
handling of tho Kalnheo land matters.
Walter Mncfurlauo Is now farming
at Kahaliiu, next In Ahulmniiu Ho Is
inlsing pines nnd rice, and doing well.
0er 100 acres are under cultivation
Next cnr Ills faim nnd the Ahiiliuuiiti
ranch will cnmulno to build a pine. tu
It Is reported tho Pala plantation is
(r)lng n now method of harvesting
cano. They burn tho standing cine
btfore cutting It for tlio mill In ol
der to destroy tho borer. It is found
thnt tho loss In sitgnr Is compara
tively small and tho borer must be
A wireless messagewas received
hero Friday unnqtiuclng tho deuth of
William Johnson of Kaluallii. Konn,
tho woll known rancher of that dis
trict, death resulting from pneumonia
Deceased wns a Mm of Mrs. William
Hoy and n brother of Mrs. John Paris.
Mrs. J. N. Itoliliisnu and Mrs, W. II.
Shlpmnn. of llllo. n0 was nlioiit llfly
j ears old.
Your favorite drink at RoyolAnnex
II. (!. Ilniwn. Inspector In charge of
tho U. S. Immigrant Station, has been
on Knual for tho past three weeks,
passing upon tho ovhlenco of Clilncso
who claim Hawaiian birth ecrlinciioH
Owing to tho difficulty experienced by
his Interpreters In encountering vnrled
dialects, ha did not finish his work
there, but as ho had to meet n sched
ule of dates on Mnul, ho had tu loino
Kauai, but will return there later on
116 permitted 2S7 certificates to bo lr
sued to tho Knual Chinese.
Itov. J T. Jones, I), I)., the nowly.
appointed pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church, preiirhcd Ills first
sermnii Inst evening to n largo congre
gation. In his Introductory romarkii
I)r Jones stated that his first sermons
to his new congregation would bo
plain, practical gospel addresses, with
out any attempt to outllno n courso of
procedure' for aggrcsslvo work until
ho becamo more familiar with tho
needs of tho congregation, Dr. Jones
Bpnko on tho text, "For mo to llvo Is
Christ, and to dlo Is gain."
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative, Dromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PAHI3 MUDICJNU CO, St. LouU, U. S. A.
ihould always be carefully end correctly tailored and made
of the finest materials. Those mode by
Hart Schaffnex &
arr everywhere preferred hr p r' t i fTVin to
those made by the ordinary custom tailor.
There's n reason: HART SCHAFTNEK & MARX
suits are fashioned by the finest custom tailors in the
world, of the best all-wool, prc-shrunk goods.
Come and Try On One of Them.
KINO STREET near FORT.
f ! Jl'
Makes Electric Light
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd. j
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
What'!! It Be?
Whatever you drink, have it served with soda and see
that it's CONSOLIDATED SODA. The average man likes
soda water when it lias snap to it, not the tap-water kind.
We deliver to your residence.
Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
ATOLLINARIS WATER. HUNGARIAN APENTA APERIENT WATER,
J0HANN1S LITHIA WATER.
The woman who values the freshness of her skin, bright eyes, glossy
hair and sweet breath, must rememb:r that close rooms, rich diet, and
late hours are her most powerful enemies, and thnt a slight aocrient, such
as a small wine glassful of ONE OF THESE TAM0US WATERS, taken ev
ery morning before breakfast, is ons cf the greatest aids to health and
Sole Agents 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 im We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890
P. M. Pond. Contractor
Just Received I
An Exclusive and Handsome Stock of Finest
16 Button gloves of most
superior quality, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
Double Finger Tips.
16 Button length, in Black,
White, and Assorted Browns.
Washablo Belts, plain and
embroidered, from 30c up.
Ladies' Hand Embroidered
Belts, very handsome goods.
so reasonable that no one can
Telephone 240. 100 King St.
In CHIFFON and NET.
Black, White, Brown, and
FINE RIBBED VESTS
Of the finest make and ma
terial. 20c. 25c, nnd 3 for SI.
Best quality at 65c and 75c.
A beautiful assortment, em
broidered nnd trimmed with
Plain tucked waist of fine
India Linon, at S1.00.
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