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, LIFE PRESERVERS
for 1009 is adapts.1 to Hawaii and is filled with in
formation of T.tal Value. It is for free distribution
yours for an intimation.
110 ILL AND
wcet Ham Bone
The sweetest comes from a picnic ham such as wc sell. We
have never offacd more delicious ones than these. FIF-
Metropolitan Meat-Co., Ltd.
I Phone 45 i
SHIPPING. AND COMMISSION
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIX X CO. BhUi. Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San rranciuu
lir'Li1 JWL. jib iM
fionolula Oonsifuction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 231. P. O BOX 154.
Foit St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & f ltd.
We do all fcind3 of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White ani
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPP
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1011 SO. KING ST..HONOLULU, T.H.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawuiian Islands, .
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
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& Co., Ltd.,
- tFIIIE Alia MAK1NE.
Good roihs Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
Tie I'iit Shun
134 King St
MRS. DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Received ex Alameda a. New Ship
ment of latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST. .. . .
CONCERT AND BALL
There will bo p'enty cf tiil.iga golag
on ill little old Honolulu tomorrow
night. Tho main nttractlous nro the
Filipino hand concert and tho Univer
sity Clitl) ball, There la no reason
however, why they cannot Imth lr tii.
cn In, as tho concert will bo over be
fore the ilnnco begins.
Many who Intend to go to tho bill
have secured scats for tho mntlnco
toiu'crt, and man) others are planning
to kd directly fioni tliu concert to tin
bill, mid bo tako In both nttracllnim.
Whatuvcr )ou di-cldod to do, don't
mliHlicarliiK the bind nltoKcthor, Such
a hgli class cunipiny of players does
not pans through Hono'ulii every year
and It In out) n fn.tunito elmnce that
In KlvliiR lloiiolultinns the opportunity
of liearliiR them nt mch low prices of
ndmlsstou. Good re.itu ran sllll bt
secured for both nmtlnec and evening
performance at tho ncrgstrom Music
(Continued from P?se 1)
her 31, 1908, and the grading of said
lots not having been completed as
per rgrectnent entered Into by tho
former Hoard of Supervisors. I linvo
tt offer the following nroiiosltlon for
"The trtistccH of tho Illshop Estutc
will allow )ou to remove nil tlm sur
plus material, above tho official nrndn
of the surrounding streets, on Kafca-
iu.0 Illock !)' Ding on the Wnlklkl
side of the Catton-Nclll Iron Works
picmlses upon the following condi
"That said material tin reinntod
and tho lot grnded to my satisfaction
within flo months from ilnte. nml
K.ild material bo need In grading Ka-
hnaKn street makal of llateknuwll.i
strcctt preference being gUen to
i ounory street, nnd Coral street ma
kal of Poundry street.
"It Is understood that no excava
tions below tho grade recently estah
lUhcd by tho County Ungluccr aro to
' Your attention Is called to the
unsatisfactory condition of tholower
end of the Knwalahao storni'draln
makal of Ala Moana.
"Under tho agreement made with
tho trustees of the lllshoi Kstatc. tho
right-of-way ncross tho "state tldo
hinds wnH grunted upon condition
tbnt a rancrcto rclnlnlng wall should
be built along tho Walk Ik I side of
said dralnago ditch, tln same to bo
completed on or before I'cbiunry 6,
1D08. A year has passed nnd noth
ing bus been tlono on this work."
Supervisor Aylett then uroso and
moetl that Ordlnnuce No. 1, vetoed
by the .Major, be reconsidered. Tho
motion wok carried nnd tho ordinance
wns brought up. Then Aylett moved
that It bo passed over tho Major's
cto. Tho Idea met with favor and
the proceedings were Jumped through
In short order, only McClcllan voting
"No." This onllnanco nbollshes nil
olllces created by tho old Hoard of
In regard to Ordinance No. 2, Ay
It tt wits so mulou to got It passed
that he grabbed tho wrong typewrit
ten form nnd moved that It bo passed
in er tho Miijoi'h U'to. Ills attention
bclug called to tho fact that no mo
tion to letonsldcr wna .before tho
house, he hastily seized another shct
of paper nnd read a motion to recon
sider. Onllnanco 3 nlvei tho standing
(ommlttces power to employ nnd tils
chargo workmen In their various de
partments, Tho onllnanco was duly reconsld-
jeied and paused over tho Mayor's vo-
to. only McClcllan otlng "No."
Tho meeting was then ndjnurned
until 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening
NEW - TO-DAY
l.ylo A. Dickey, Attorncy-nt-Law,
iitmou'd to S03 Stangcuwnld Ilulld
The public Is bcicby notified that
tho Illshop Museum, beginning Fri
day, Gth Inet., will bo closed for re
pairs until further notice.
Tim legular quarterly meeting of
tbo KAAIIUMANU IMI'KOVI.MKNT
CI.UII will bo held nt tho rpidence of
Mr. T. J. King, on Friday ovenlng,
lVbrunry nth, 1900, at 7:30 o'clock.
JAMi:S h. M'l.KAN.
The nnnual meeting of tho shaic
Itoldeis of tho Honolulu Rapid Tiau
sit and I. ami Company will be hold
on Moiuhi), lVhniary IB, at S a. in.,
Ii ItdDin CO!) Stangt'nwald Iliilldlne.
Sec'y Ilnno. Hapld Transit & Land
Co. 13261, 5, 0, S, 10, 13.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb i. 0C9
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Htetttr 9t Co.m.w.
fwl riAMtllllnll Cn ...
llAwftllftfi Allf Cn ..
HnwCrvm &?intCi .
Ilnwftltun Sucar Co .
IfrMKMTIO Shri C
HntMkiia Suirar Co
It Vii iierCo .
Hutchlwli Sngir PlJnl
Knhtiku lltiiiKlio.i ,
Ktkklta Suit Co- ....
Kliuhnli. .Huear Co . .
Koloa Sugar Cu
Dalm ll u r Co . ..
Oiiontt. 5n " Co ,j
Onknta til tr llanl Co
Olaa Suiter Co Ltd .
Paaliau Sur rianl Co
Pala Plamatlon Co ....
Prpkfo ilfar Co. ..
VVl laliia Airrlc Co
Vnuku PiiRf Co ....
t... I 'rfC
11,1,1, II i,
Walmta Sr Mil) Co
litter Man I Strain NCo
Iloit W T fc I. Co Prtl
Hon RTSt L Co Com
Mutual Tclrlilio-ie C.)
P.I.I Ul. .,
Nahiku PiibKrt Co Al.
Oil.u Rft t. Co
Kilo It K Co,
Hon H AM Co
Hawaiian Pinrapplc Co.
ItawTcr 4H PrH
HawTcr i pc
Haw Gov't PC
Ham D'lcli Co ,
Upper Pitch 6a
II a w Com A Sue Co 5 (
IIUnHRCo Con t. nt
llonakaa Supat rn rnc
i.ftiT rr 4 l c
Moil RTMCo ape
miiuku caul lot ur,
Mi-BnrfrS Cn'lh, ,
O.hu RXt LCot'tc ..
Oahn Siicar Co pc .
Olaa nar Co 6 p c. ,
Pac. Su. Mill Co, it
Plonrcr Mill Co in,..
Waltlua grkCo tc
Sales Ilctw ecu Hoards 30 l'lo
necr, $113; lfi I'loneer Jlir-: 10 I'lo
ncer, $145; 10 rioneor, $1 to. IS Onlm
Sug. Co.. I2U.23; IS Oahn Su-t. Co.
$29.23; 43 Honoknn, $1.', SO, SS Holm
kaa, $IS.r,U; 100 llonok.ia. $13 SO Sen.
slon: 10 Hon. II. & M Co. $21, 13
Hon. U. & M. Co., $21.
Latest sugar quotation 3.C4 cents
or $73.80 per ton.
Sugar, 3.64 cents
Henry WaternousB Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu OtocK and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
The dress lehearsal of tho Klk's
Mlnstiel show wih held last nlslu
with Kigual htirceHii. Hvorytlilug went
smoothly, l'mm the end men's stunts
to tho hoIoh, "Sonny" Cunhu has the
entire membership under perfect con
trol, and cor little stdo-plny Is care
fully planned to ghu the fullest effect
Though It Is a difficult matter to
sclectt ho best stunts of the show
manypeoplu nro Kliongly Inclined to
ward tho "Chermnn Hand." IMdlo
Dotithltt Ik nt his bust as tho leader
of tho band, and Is'ceitnlnly duo to
In-come famous as a "Chcimim" after
Hut don't forget tho endmen; they
mo lireslstlhl) funny in gct-up nnd
"Joshes," and the) nro on tliu Job all
tho time. So nro tho Muster Ilrus.
so Is owrjbotl).
A'.. Giinn'M pupils will glo a pret
ty llttlo danro In cofltuini), after tho
main performance, and, If they dance
Its gracefully and daintily n they did
lust night, they will undoubtedly make
ono of the IiIIh of tho evening.
Tho siilo of seuts Is going een lust
ier thun tho mniitigement lias hoped
nnd tho iiiosiiects tiro that oery seat
will bo sold before tho curtain finally
rlees. Tbo 8. It, O. sign Is not hang
ing out yet, ht)Moer, nml tho "Into"
ones still htno a clutsico of getting
heals for either eenlng.
Tho show will bo over by ten fort)-,
order )our carriages for Italf-p.ist ten
$22.50 I'er month, Umiua 8t nbovo
Vineyard, 3 II. It., G Itoom
Ilottso and Until, Htcctilc
Lights, natural wood finish.
IIL'AL KSTAT1C KXCIIANOi:.
"BEE" BRAND CEYION TEA
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD.
I ft 'UflKp-jH f I'
LOCAL AND GEISEKAL
Strancers in Honolulu find what
they want quickly when they use1
a ul let in Want Ads.
Phone 200. P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115.
Inter Island and O. it. ez L. snipping
looks rbr salo at the llullutlti
odlco. 50 each.
A new method of cleaning hats Is
In iihc at the 1'xpert Hut Cleaners tut
I'ort strict opp. Club Stables. Try
There .lll bo a tiiiiiturly meeting
of members of Knabiimnnn Iniprcne
ment Club at tbo lesldinrn of T. I.
King on l'lldiy evening at 7:30.
Illom'u great boslci) s.ile continues
through the week Theio never was
a better ciiporliiult) lo lecure a leal
good article for so little money
Tbo District Drntich of tho Woman's
Auxiliary will hold Its tptarterh meet
ing this afternoon nt 3 o'clock In tliu
St. Andrew's Sunday school room.
Oysters any style at Royal Anncr.
There will bo a speiln! meeting of
Oceanic lidge No. 371. V. k A M.. tit
the .Mil, utile.. Temple tliin evening at
7 Sir o'clock. Work in tho Ilrst degree.
i:. 11 mums, who has been mi In
mate of 'tho tiH)lum for foiiip time. Is
said to haxe sufferod u stioke of par
ul)sls recently, nnd Is Li a puvulnin
Hubert It) croft, who pasied aw a) at
bis homo on Wilder .-upturn Tuesda)
night, was bulled yesterday afternoon
The MMlces wero held from the late
residence of tho decensed.
Since tho last meeting of the Wala
Inc. Kalmttkl ami I'.tlolo Improvement
Club, twent)-(hieo people lime iii.ill
fled for membership In tliu oig.inlza
Hon li) pa) lug the enlrnnce fee
Thero w 111 bo a incilng of the mem
hers of the Second precinct, Fourth
dlstilct, Ht-iiiibllcalt club, nt tbo rorl
deuce of W C. Hoe, 192'J Kal.tknii i
Ae.. tit 7.30 Frldjiy evening, Feb S.
The Jiiiativho Fishing jLompaii) In
tends to put a decorated ifoat lu tho
Floral parade. l)r Mltitiniira, luehl
dent of tliu company, is now at x.oik
planning u Japanese design for the
SiiKrtlsor Qulnii states that the
poor condition of Thomas Squnio Is
duo to luck of propo:1 tools. Ycsterda)
lio pnivlded ten lengths of hose an 1
cn nprlitklers. Tho park will theio
foro soon bo as flno as over.
The tableaux from "Allco In Won
derland" which aro to ho prerented nt
tliu Opera House on February 18, will
bo something now to Honolulu, ami
khoiihl pitno an altrnctUo variation
from any entertainments lecently giv
Walter Dlllingbuiii )oslerdn) Imiuht
lit miction tbo old Honolulu Holel, on
Niiuanu avcniio near Vine) at ! atruct
for $12.30, It was oiicp tho Fagle
House, nillliighnui will mme tho
Btructuio to Watertowii, tbo dredging
coiupnnj'H camp at l'tiiiloa, wheio It
will bo used as a hotel
Your favorite drink at RoyalAnnex
'I ho will of l'odro Auguato Dlus was
admitted to probate jcstenlay Th"
will wns mndo by Dins on October III,
lOOti, tbo vvItyusseB being Harry Arm
llago. (korgo J. O'Nell nml Wlllbm
Hnvldge. .lulla Dlas ami J. I', nhis
aro named in, executrix mid 'executor
iespellely. Tho ooutt has ordered
that a bniid or $2100 bo fl'eil.
A petition for proluto was filed by
Frank C llarwlck, who nslts for let
tors of admliiistiutton on tho estato of
his wlfo, Ullzabeth C. llarwlck, who
lort property valuod at $2118 05, Hit
wick Is named its the. solo legitco mid
executor but ho has waived his rights
in r.ivor or tho llnwallim Trust Com
p.uiy. width will administer thf estate
Tbo question as to whether or mil.
Under tho 1905 ainendmont, taxes of
mat )e,ir can bo consldoictl u Hen on
mortgaged propeily Is Involved In tbo
loreclosuro suit of August Dreler. Ltd .
ngaliibt W. W. Allium A final decrin
was entered In the caso yesterday h)
Judge llohlunnn but $212 liS. taxes for
the )oar In qiipntloii Is ordered to In.
deposited with tho Judlclar) doii.irt
ment elerk until tha Stipitmo Court
can lender a decision In the matter.
should always be care'ully and correctly tailored and made
of the finest materials. Those made by
Hart Schaffner &
arc everywhere prefcrrc-1 by men of taste and fashion to
those matte by the ord nary custom tailor.
There's a reason: HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
suits are fashioned bv the finest custom tailors in the
world, of the best all-wool, prc-shrunk coods.
Come and Try On One of Them.
KINO STREET near FORT.
Makes Electric light
alTord to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
What'll It Be?
Whatever you dtlr.k, have it served with soda and see
. that it's CONSOLIDATED SODA. The averarje man likes
soda water when it has snap to it, not the tap-water kind.
Wc deliver to your residence.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
AP0ELINARIS WATER, HUNGARIAN APENTA APERIENT WATER,
JOHANNIS LITHIA WATER. ,
The woman who values the fieshness of her skin, bright eye:, glossy
hair nnd sweet breath, must remember that close rooms, rich diet, and
late hours are her most powerful enemies, and that a slight aoericnt, 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 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 reins set in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 800
P. M. Pond. Contractor
COVERT, CLOTHS For ladies' skirts and riding hab
its. A fine assoitment in Oxblood, Tan, Brown,
Greenland Blue; 27 in, wide, G YDS. FOR $1.00.
GALATEA In Copenhagen Blue, a very popular
shade. This material makes a very nobby tailor
uit:'2Qin 25o YARD.
SILK0LINES A large assortment in new shades and
designs. It tikes the place of silks for drapings.
30' in.', 15o YARD.
ENGLISH BED DIMITY FOR SPREADS.
(Fins for 3-4 and 1-4 Bed's.)
31 in, wide, 25c a yd.: 33 in. wide, 30c a yd.
50 in. wide, COo rtjd.; 54 in. wide, 75c a yd.
Wc arc offering oar carpets at Reduced Rates in
older to clear out this department.
so reasonable that no one can
Jsl !.! V
Telephone 240. ICO King St.
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