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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II, SATUIIDAY, VVAi. (!, 1909..
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.1
FINDS WATERY TOMB
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Mclnerny Shoe Store
The most refreshing toilet preparation extant.
Tlie odor is delicious and lasting, yet always delicate.
It is made here and reflects the fascinating fragrance
of the favorite Hawaiian leaf.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS,
! Sweet Ham Bone i
The sweetest comes from a picnio ham such as we sell. We
have never oiTered more delicious ones than these. FIF
TEEN CENTS A POUNDI
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Joseph A. Gilinan,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR BEWAIL & CO.
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
Boatswain McGracken Is
Missing When Ship
William McCrnckcn, hnatswaln of
tho Oceanic liner Alameda, dlsai
poared mysteriously yesterday morn
ing. He Ih hiipposed to have sought a
suicide' death In tliu wncs.
When the Alameda was about ISO
miles from Oahu, McCracken ordered
Boveral men to do special work. T,
KnuiUcn, ono of the men, said that ho
noticed nothliiR wrong with McCrcck
en at tho time. When First Omcer
Dawson wanted tq sco McCracken on
certain business It was wis dlscov-
crcd that ho was not on board the
steamer, A thorough soarch was
made, but It wan of no avail.
, McCracken, who had served for the
Oceanic Steamship Company for twen
ty-flvo years, wns well liked by IiIr
friend b. lie stood high In the repaid
of his ofneers and, during his Igiir nor
lco with tho Oceanic Company, mado
the acquaintance of scores of promi
la particular was ho popular with
tho men under his command. 1'nsBon
Bern used to comment on the way that
he handled the seamen, never losing
his temper yet always accomplishing
tho maximum amount of work.
Some time ago he went through a
serious Illness, from tho effects of
which ho had not entirely recovered
when ho left San Francisco on his last
trip. It Is thought possible, tltat. In n
moment of brooding over his condition,
he may have Jumped overboard. At
tho time of his disappearance, tho of
ficers say, thero was not enough sea
to carry him away,
The match for the Ilivcrslde ehnm.
plonshlp between the Alohas Junior
and the Aala A. C.'s has been post
poned till next Saturday. Most of
the members of the IF. N O. play
with the Alohns and as tho Guards
men parade today, tho mutch had to
be called off.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EX6HAHE
HONOLULU, Feb. 6. 1909
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2 Rtrxrr ft Co-
R nnttlon Co ...
Haw Com ft But C" '
Hawaiian Suitar Co...
Ilotiomu Suf C ... .
llonoVaa Sugar Co.
lllu Snrr Co j....,
ffutr1.t.n atnr.r Plltlt
Kthuku PUmMlon .' ,J 'f.'JfJ
KrVihl Sul- Co- Li"i
Ifltiahnli! Ktivir CO . .. , It'Mff
KotnaSur.rCo ... .
Oah.Hr tCn n.i.fl(ffp
IWn... H.raf C .... llM
OoVolilmir Planl Co "'.'"
Olla Sugar Co Ltd... '.'
Olowalu.Co I 'WW
Paaliau Sugar Plant Co V.f
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pepwkeo Sugar Co....
PtAM, Kill! (..........
IVilaluaAgrlcC?.,..-. ' ""
Waiiuku Suaar Co ... il.;.i
WalmatialoSuiar Co "')
Walmea Suaar Mill Co '.''
v. cm 1 1 ANKiiir.
Intfr-lalaodStmmNCo 1 '".'
Hawaiian KlrclrlcCo. "i.i'W
Hon H T ft L Co rrti ,t,i-.i i
Hon P. Tft I. Co Com " "'
Mutual Telephone Co Ml
Nihil,. D. hhrf!n .
P.iHUn I GO00O
M.I. ill. Dnl.tv. Tfl Al.
Oahu R ft L Co l!'0"!"!!
Ililo R R CO;, i'i " "
lift.. K Hr M Co'.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Haw Tcfipc lire Cl
HawTcr in pc........
Haw Govt a pc
Oa.BtctSuitft KrlCo (p.
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
flam. Ditch Co.,
upper 1'iicn oa i
ItawCom&SugCoa pc i .
Ililo Rtt-Co Con pc .
Honakaa Sunt ro. Cic
Kahuku P.aiit t,o fi pc !
MrBtydfS Cn'i U.
Oahu R ft L Co 6 p c
OahuSuxar Co ape .
Claa Suiar Co 6 p c
Pac. Sue Mill Co, tf
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co tpc ..
Walalua AgrtCo apci ;
POLICE COURT DULL
Things at tho Police Court were
lather dull this morning.
Two small boys, named deorgo Kaal
and Louis ItodrlKucs, who were on
remand from yesterday, were charged
this morning with truancy, Kaal wan
sent to tho Hoys Iteform school for
two years. Rodrigues was let off
lightly with one year at the same
place. Ilodrlgucs, whose father was
prusentcd In court, had a serero lee
luro delivered to him by Judgo An
drade. The father promised to look
after tho boy better when tho sojourn
Ir, tho Iteform school Is pau,
II. Hugo, who became Involved In .1
family row at home, wns treated to
thirteen months' suspended sentence
and allowed to go home.
Louisa, who had looked upon tho
wluo whilst It was rod. dut; up three
dollars fine and ono plunk costs.
Sales Detwecn Hoards:' 6 Kwa,
127.25; 5 Ewa.'J27 2;; ti) Kwa. $27.23;
20 McUryde, 3.S7'.j, 120 Hon. II. & M.
Co., ,24; IS Hon. II & M. Co., $24; IS
Walalua, J83.cn; 5 Walnlua, $84; 100
Olaa, 5; 10 Pioneer. $145. Session:
100 Olaa, $5.1214. 50 Olaa, $5.1214;
50 Ookala, $15; 40 Olaa, $5.12.
Suits for Bojs that arc distinctly BOYS'
C L 0T H E S nnd built to stand hard wear, yet
have a MANNISH cut to them tlmt nil boys like.
They ore tailored by
Ederheimer, Stein & f o.,
the foremost E0YS' CLOTHIERS of the world' to
day. Let us show you one o' thera.
Ederheimer, Stein & Co.
M A K SKI
Elks Bldf., King St., nr. Foit.
Latest sugar quotation 3.64 cents
or $73.80 per'ton,
Sugar, 3:64 cents
Menry Watertiouss Trust Go..
Members Honolulu StocK and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop.
134 King Si
Honolulu Construction and Draying Go,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opn. W. a. Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crashed Rock, White an
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden 8oil, Etc, SAFE MOVING A SPF
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
"For Rent" cards on sale
'ha Bulletin office.
A good rldlnff horse for a lady. Ad
dress "It. H.," llullctln offlce.
Platen pressman; steady work. Mer
cantile Printing Co. 4228-lt
Iletween Diamond Heaa and Illack
Toljit, leather case with, one Thor
nton Dottle. Finder leave at this
offlco and recelvo reward.
Entered for Record Feb. 4, 1909,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m
Wm. 11. Castle Tr to Mrs Martha
N'ahltia , Hcl
Martha K Oaspar Anil hull to II
IlackfeM & Co Ltd ,'....!.
Martha K tlaspar and huh to II
Huckfelil & Co Ltd 1)
K Herrlck Drown Notice
Wm. K. Isaac and wf to K Klump
Tr ,. D
Jean I. Johnson and hsh to Hank of
Hnwall Ltd .' M
Oahu Cvmunlury Assn. Plan
Oahu Ccmcntery Assu . Plan
Oahu Ccmcntery Assn Plan
Hawaii Soda Works Co Ltd to KHz-
aheth N Low CM
Entered for Record' Feb. S, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Joao O Clemcnto and wf In S Stan
ford liu I)
ClmrlcH I.om'U and wf to lokua Kc-
llllulaolo ami wf DA
Schuman Carriage Co Ltd to Maria
I Klvln 1)
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours i From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1941 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.n.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KING Sts,, Honolulu.
1028 NDUANU ST.
"BEE" BRAND CEYLON TEA
HENRY-MAY & CO., LTD.
Old-style stralcht Ken
tucky Bourbon, Conti
nental was the favorite
of the Southern centry
of "befoah the war" pe
riod. 'A coed, honest,
friendly old whiskey."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
ANOTHER N. O. H. COMPANY.
Hllo, Kcu. 6. Hllo will probably
toon have unother company uf tliu N;i-
tlonal-Ouard of Huvall, as Herman r.
LudowlKn has thirty-six slenutures to
upbuilt, with tho vpiHicatltm, to the
War Department, out of tho total of
CO men needed tit form n company.
Tho War Depuitmvnt is anxlotw fi
bring tho complement of Hi" National
Oimrd In tho Territory up to t thou
CARL SMITH APPOINTED.
Hllo, Fob. J. q motion nf Her
nandez, yesterday," the Hoard of Super
visors appointed Curl Smith as Dep
uty County Attorney ut a salary of
11C0 a month. An effort was made to
reduce tho salary by Ditha and Shlp-
mau, who also voted aealnst the ap
pointment. Kcrnaudez stated Unit Mr.
Smith would not represent Matsumura
In any further proceedings against tho
, a i
Liabilities of California 'bunk cull
mated at more than $500,000 by ltu
celver Kdulf In Oakland.
San Joso charter umcmlmcnts aro
defeated lit Iho polls. . '
LOCAL AN0 GENERAL
Strangers in Honolulu find wLat
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Phone 290. P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115.
Inter-Island and O. It. & I,, shlpplm:
books for sato at tho Hullo tin
oirice, 50 each.
Tho prlco of shirt waists will bo
slaughtered at Dtoin's on Monday
mornliiK nt 8 o'clock.
Commander HukIi Hodman, IT. S. N.,
formerly stationed hero, has been ord
ered to tho Naval Station at CaIU
C. i:. I''erKiiln nrrheil In tho Ala
meda to net material for n write-up of
tho Islands for the Overland magazine
A new method of cleaning hats Is
In uso at the Kxpert Hat Cleaners on
Fort street opp. Club Stables. Try
The corner-stone of tho new St. An
drew's Priory building will bo laid on
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Sis
ters lleatrlco nnd Albcrtlna. I
Selena Dlshop, tho veteran thcolog
lun anil scientist, Is mirterliiK from
senllo dementia, nnd will bo placed
In the Asylum by his friends.
Oysters any style at Royal Annex.
Thero will bo a special of Ktmllbh
longcloth'and nainsooks on Monday
only nt Illom's. The prices noted In
tho advertisement today show how lit
tle value Mr. Dlom puts upon money
Head the ad.
Isaac W. Shelby of Colorado Springs
writes that there are three families In
his town who wish to taku up home
steads In Hawaii If tho conditions nro
right. They aru In search of a ell
bate less arctic than Colorado.
Mrs. I.. A. May nf Pueblo, Colorado,
who arrived on the Alameda ycster-'l
day. Is kii(tT.n as tho "Land Queen of
Colorado." She Is thu owner of 23.0i;0
ncrcs of llcli cattle lands nnd has .10,
000 ncrcs leased for raising bIichji.
T, b. Wilder, general secretary of
the Chicago Association of Commerce,
writes: "Tho opening of Pearl Har
bor will ho a big event for tho Islands.
I am In hopes that It nuv he mv tirlv.
Clogo to ho there nt that time or be
The exchange tickets for tho "Alice
In Wonderland" tableaux on Feb, IStli
ore now on sale. They nro In tho
hands uf tho young people taking part
In the performance nnd nlso of ladles
Intel osted In tho succcbs of tho enter
tainment. A number of newspapermen last
night gavo a fnruwell dinner to II. W
ulnney, who will soon leavo for Hllo
to edit tho Tribune. Thu uffulr took
place at tho Wnlklkl beach residence
of P. Mauilco McMahou, the noted
poet of passion ,
Mrs. Frank Knox, wlfo'of tho presl
dent of tho National Hank of tho He
public of Salt Lako City, accompanied
Jty her daughter Francos, nrrheil on
tho Alamoda tu make n visit of sov
eral weeks In tho Islands, and will In
clude the volcano In their hlghtseelng.
They are registered at tho Young, ,
Your favorite drink at RoyalAnnex
W. N. Howes, editor of tho Califor
nia Magazine, In writing to II. P.
Wood of tho Promotion Committee, fur
an article on Hawaii, compliments tho
promotion secretary on the work ho
Is doing here. He writes: "I wish to
say that I want to compliment you on
tho splendid results you Imvo secured
for Hawaii, and I believe that that Ter
ritory is much moro In thu public
mind than It was before you camo to
Hawaii from San Dego."
John I). Miles of Lawrence, KniiBas,
has written to tho Promotion Com
mltteo for Information nbout Hawaii,
an agricultural lands, doslrlng to In
lest here nnd maku his homo In Hu
wall, Mrs. Miles wob formerly In
thargo or tho Calcutta QlrlB' School, a
mlssoiiary Institution, whllo Mr. Miles
nail been government ngent nt tho
Chejenno and Arapahoo agencies in
Indian Teirllory, having been the
agent who put through tho treaty with
tho Indians fur eleven million acres of
what Is now Oklahoma land. Doth
wIbIi to come to a warm ellnwtit. Oen
trnl Pratt has ufrrred tho writer fi
the Hawaiian committee,
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one can
alTord to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAEEA.
What'll It Be?
Whatever you drh'.k, have it servtd 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.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. WI0NE 71.
Complete Housekeeping Outfit
COMPLETE DINNER SET (110 pieces) and KITCHEN and TABLE
UTENSILS (83 articles) ; total, 103 pieces all for $27.25. See the win
dow. Get in early. Fine and useful articles at less than cost. Only a
few sets at this cost.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
169 King St. HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. Telephone 240.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your crounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. We have earth fillinc for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890
P. M. Pond. Contractor
COVERT CLOTHS For ladies' skirts nnd ridinu hab
its, A fine assortment in Oxblood, Tan, Brown,
Green, nnd Blue; 27 in. wide, 0 YDS. FOR $1.00.
GALATEA In Copenhagen Blue, a very popular
shade. This material makes a very nobby tailor
suit; 29 in., 25c YARD.
SILK0LINES A large assortment in new shades and
designs. It takes the place of silks for drapings.
30 in., 15o YARD.
ENGLISH BED DIMITY FOR SPREADS.
(Fine for 3-4 and 1-4 Beds.)
31 in. wide, 25o a yd.; 33 in. wide, 30c a yd.
50 in. wide, G0e a yd. ; 54 in. wide, 75e a yd.
We are offering our carpets at Reduced Rates in
order to clear out this department.
' ''ferJS Vfti fori Afr'tt