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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, FED. 8, 1900,
SHARP Win. Williamson,
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BUT NOT COP,IOUS,s,ocksfiSf oker
.j- . 1
,u "2i y a.
Wc hate all lti'ndi, perfect copies of the kind
s' and 3Little Men's
Sr'LLS THAT BECOME THE YOUTH.
A shape And last .not old enough to look mannish,
young enough to, make a BOY a CHILD,
High or Low.'Cuts, Oxfords, Bluchers, and Pump..
$3, $3.50 and $4:
Mclnea'my Shoe Store
tender and juicy and the finest steaks to be had in the
country arc to be bought at this market. Our line of Del
icatessen Is equal to any on the mainland.
Metropolitan Meat Co., ltd.
No Damage Done Excejrt
In Dimond Co.'s
Tho storm which visited Honolulu
Saturday rind Sunday wan Interesting
mainly by tho electrical display which
i,cco'mpanled It, this being onu of tho
prettiest seeit hero fur sonio time past,
for although there wcru several sharp
tdiowdrs', no very Krc-nt amount of rain
fell on tho whole.
Tho' records Of tho United States
Weather nutenil show Hint tho heiiv
lest shoWer occurred Saturday evening
at S o'clock, when 8G-100 of an Inch
fell ihsfdo of ten minutes. On Sunday
tip until about S p. m., only 20-lOu of
nil Inch fell. Tho atmospheric pressure
os lowest yestenlny afternoon, when
It registered 211,75 at 3 p. m. It has
been' lining idnco then.
I Contrary to tho general belief that
the storm was heavier In Ewn and
Wnlfllua than It was In Honolulu, U
thO 'report of tho station agents nlonx
the O. R. & I Co.'s lines to tho effect
that at no point was the rain very
heavy, although' at WahUwn suveral
sharp showers foil.
No damage was done to either tin)
railroad or tho ltnpld Trnnslt lines.
tho only damage dung being, us n malt
ter of fact, the Hooding of part of the
store of Hlmond & Co. ICuds of elec
tric wire, cigar stumps, paper, etc.,
thrown from, tho third and fourth doors
of tho McCundless building, which rise
above the loot of the building occu
pied by the store, stopiieil up the drain
pipe from the roof, and the water roso
gradually until It worked Its way Into
the store, fulling as far as tho lowest
ktory. Hardware mid silk lamp shades
Miffercd the most. Manager lleindt es
timating the damago of the goods
which were absolutely ruined nt from
$300 to $101).
P. 0. BOX 528.
.HONOLULU, Feb. 8.-19C9
2 Bitwer Ik Co.-
Rf M.tit.Uon Co ,,,
Maw Com St Bar Co .,
Honomu Sutir Co ...
Honok.a Sugar Cw -
lUlkoSOKOr Co t
Hutcliltw Sucir Plant.
Kahulru PliuiMtlon i.o
KrVaha Sou- Co- 1..-I
Kolo Sdr'r Co
Mttrydruif Co ...
ijana m k ' -n'
ati t r
Otwiitic. SiR.r .Co aj
IJokol. 1 tl x.r nam .i
mow.iu .o .,,
Pa.n.u sugar risri! c
P.I Plantation Co -..
Pcpwkeo Sugar Co.,
pe-r MinCo.. .,.
Wtpuku Sugar Co ,...'
Walmatiato Sugar Co.. '
Walmea Sugar Milt Co
IntefcWIaii;! Ht.m N Co
Hawaiian Riectrlr Co..
MiiiiKTri I. Co Fret
I toil R,T Si L Cu Com
Momat Telcphnu. Co
O.hu R ft LCu.l.
IHIoR K Co
Hon HA M Co. .,..
tlaw.ll.n Pineapple Co.
ll. w icr . pc.
I ' Maile Colore J
The most icfre3hinp; toilet preparation extant.
Tlie odor is delicious nnd lasting, yet always delicate.
It is made here and reflects the fascinating fragrance
of the fevorite Hawaiian leaf.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEi AHDiFORT STREETS,
Joseph. A. Gilman,
tniPHNa AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT
IHSURANCE FIRE AND HAKINE.
Agent for AHTHTIIl SEWALf. &
PARR0TT & 00 San Francnro.
CO.. Bath. Maine;
I'oMofllt'n detiartment rules that
postal cards decorated with glass or
similar substnnces hmst bo put In en.
Itesoitrces of hunks of California
Increase 1 10.000.000 "nnd deposits SO,-
000.000 In Inst flvo inontliH.
ll.W'lcr 4U pc.
II. w Ttr i
' - tn tf trr ' 'fM .MriiMHiliw trnnvy
i .. 2 vl ii ill Sr 9PfCI TtM2JA
wj m vJX 'a Uf, 'l I I'
( J7,'( vlo 'I 1 A i
no in m rUM 1 1 &
u,i torn ki'i kISr 1 . .1 . flt SI
Kn.... iiim yk a 1 1 1 ;
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lou ...... svn I' m 1 1 1
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no iOii;ti f fl UV JB 1 .-1
lllll Ml . I .H.H ..H.k II T.B f 1 1 . 1
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-hM-r VTRAcoonr Br
Suits for Boys that arc distinctly BOYS
C I 0T H E S and, built to stand hard wear, yet
have a MANNISH cut to them that all boys like,
They are tailored by
Ederheimer, Stein & f o.,
the foremost BOYS' CLOTHIERS of the world to
day. Let us show you one of them.
li.iKUT.njc.r .o. pc
Hard.,' Ditch t'o ,
Haw Com A Sag Co ft
Kilo R K Co Con 6 pc
tloiiakaa Surai co. Cic.
HouK Tft LCo . c
K.huku P..n( Co I p c,
MrDiydtS tn'.ta. .
Oahu K& I.Cot;c ,.
O.hu Snicar Co f p c .,
Claa Suicar Co 6 pc.
I'af Suk..MII Co, C.
Pianrcr Mill C 4 pc ..
Walalua gtk Co t p c I . I I lue
SALES Jletwccn Hoards: 25 Wal
alua, 1S4.25; 26 Hon. It. T & I.. Com.,
$75; $500 Hllo It. It. Cs. S9J; t5000'.Mr
nrydo Cs. S94'.25; 100 i:wa, $27.25; 50
Kwn, $27.25. Session: 10 Ewn,
$27.37,.&i C I'aauhaii, $21; C I'aailhou,
J21.12H; ,15 I'aauhaii, 121.12',$; GO
PnnuhHii, ' $21.12V4; 2" I'amihau.
$21.12',!,; id Oahu Sug. Co., $211.25; 30
Oahu Sug. Co., $29.25; 30 Mclliyde,
Ederheimer, Stein & Co.
M AKIll '
Elks' Bldg., King St., nr, Fort.
An iibslstniit bookkeeper; young lady
preferred; permanent position. Ad
dress "B. II.," llullolni ntllto.
Hall in Alnkcn building, cor. Alakea
and King; 10-35; lu good condition;
well lighted. 4229-lw
Good Folks TaKe
it's a Good Sign
On Saturday night, comb mounted
with carved gold. Kindly icturtt
to Kirs. Ilarkcn, Moana Hotel, anil
icccivo reward. 4229-21
Latest sugar quotation 3.C4 cents
or $73.80 per ton.
Sugar, 3.64 cents
Henry Watemouss Trust Co.,
Member Honolulu 8tocK and Bond
FORT AND MEHCHANT 8TS.
ELECTION OF 0FFIQEBS.
Benson, Sinithcp;).Co.1 .Ltd.
At tho adjourned nnntial meeting
of llcuson, Syilth '& Co., Ltd'.,' held
Kcli. C, 1909, 'tho following omccip
were elected to serve for t:ic ensuing
George W. Smith
. . . .1. . . . President and Manager
A. J. Gignoux !...". ..Vice President
J. C. McQill Treasurer
A. W. T. Bottomley .Auditor
W. C. McOonaple Secretory
W, U. SlCUU.AUlil-.,
ii.-y-.il secretary, j
The Paint Sboti
134 King SI
Honolulu Construction and Diaying Co.,
LIMITED. . , '
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. v , 1
PHOIWI, OFFICE 281, P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. a. Irwin & r Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White an
Black Sand. Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc, SAFE M0VINO A SPF
Received ex Alameda'a New Shin
went of Latest Styles in
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1911 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
i Heinz-Goods I
We,ha,ve every variety in stock I
J. -M; L.E V'Y, & l,0.
"BEE" BRAND CEYLON TEA
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
j OFFICE SUPPLD3S.
I Everything that the Name Implies.'
Office Supply ro.,Ud.
031 FORT ST,
Dcsplto tho ruin, on Saturday night
thin iKipuhtr theatre was filled to ca
paclty. Tho now films to bo put on
today aro tho best they have over re'
eclved. Changes every Monday, Wod
nesda'y nnd Friday. I'rlco 10 cents and
20 cents; chllldrCn' S cents,
REAL ESTATE ' TRANSACTIONS.
Entered far 'Record Feb. 5, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p.'m.
Fllomcnn Ucnevldes to Maria J Rosa
Mrs Josephine Wider to von llanim-
Young Co Ltd ..'... CM
llnymond Iteyes by ml gee to Knla
Kaalhue Fore Affdt
Entered for Record .Feb,. 6, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Pioneer Illdg & Loan kAssn to Jos
epji J Dlas ..,.' Jtel
Joseph J Dins nnd wf to Q L Sam
sou ..., ,1)
U Udo to T Morofiigl t al IIS
Mnrlu da S Caiiarlo'nnd lis'b to Mrs
Teresa do J Vlerru . . . , I)
Antone II Serrno and wf to I'eilro
I? N Holmes to aiillhermo da Sllve
ira ". Ilcl
Unllhsrmo Sllveira to H N Holmes,, I)
tAmy F Holmes to I-:(N IMmcs ,...1)
Chung Ylck to George Holt ct aL.
" Siu- U
George II, Holt et al to Chang Yck,,L
J. Kuukuna to Ah Chow , ,L
Oahu College by Tis to Ucruard F
Oahu College by Trs to llernard F
' Ileardmoro Ilcl
Ilornnrd F Ileardmoro and wf to Trs
of Kst of V C Lunnlllo M
Frank K King ct al by Comr to Ho
nolulu Library and II ll Assn .'. ,.D
Filed for Record Feb. 6, 1909,
Albert N Campbell tr and wf to
Mary A N Souza D
Filed for Record Feb. 8, 1909,
Illrnm Karr to Y,1lllam O Crowell.D
Geo N Day to Ilalblnn M Jnidlne
and hsh et al Kel
Pioneer Illdg & Loan Assn to Sam
uel Johnson Rcl
Sopil Johnson nnd wf to H.Wnter
hou'so Tr Co Ltd tr .,,,,..,,,, D
Strangers in Honolulu find what
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Phone 2D0, P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115.
A large, well-lighted hull, In good
condition Is for rent. See nd. (his
Inter-Island and O. It. & L. shipping
looks for salo at tho Dullotln
olllce. 50 each.
A new method of cleaning huts h
In mo at the Kxpert lint Cleuners on
Fort street opp. Club Stables. Try
Go to Illom'a today nnd get n shirt
wnlst at a bargain price unheard of bo
fore this sale. Thero Is greut vuluo In
Oysters any style at Royal Annex.
U. 1. Irwin tnkea the court und cap
ital detull of the II til let In. I- V,
Stevenson will look after sports nnd
Tho Park Theatre, corner of Fort
and Chaplain 1-uuo will hhortly open
with a motion pletum bIiow. Mr. Wer
ner, tho pioneer lu this line In Hawaii
Is the manager.
Mr. and Mrs. Unmsay of Stockton,
Cab, arrived on Knual by tho Hall ami
are tho guests of the Schultzes nt Ma
knwell, Mr. Itamsay was formerly tho
principal of Stockton Ilustness College
nnd Normal School.
The proceeds from tho musical tab
lenux from "Alice In Wondorlaiurvlll
bo handed to the Women's Guild of St.
Andrew's Cathedral to pay some In
curred debtB nnd for other necessary
Improvements about tho Parish.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I). Ackermnn of Kea
lukckua, Hawaii, announce tho engage
ment of their daughter Mary to Thorn
as O'llrlen of Honolulu. Mr. O'llrlcn
Is connected with tho von Hamtn
Young company, and Is Its travollng
The Makeo Sugar Co. Is working
steadily nt Its breakwater nnd expects
to have It completed In another four
to flvo weeks. Kven In Its unfinished
condition the steamers And It a suc
tehs and make use of It In preference
to tho Annhola landing.
Tho road work at Walmea, Kauai,
has again been tackled with renewed
forco. Tho gang Is now 'engaged In
cottlng down tho hill up to tho school
house road and filling In tho tln't, Tho
latter part of tho work has now been
brought as far as Hofgaard '& Co.'s
Tho Mnkawcll boys, gayo a farewell
dance to Gaylord Wilcox last Saturday.
Tho big crowd who attended tho affair
gavo evidence of the popularity of tho
guest of honor. It is ncedlcBB to say
that, tho affair was n success and up to
the standard set for Mukawcll for
Your favorite drink at RoyalAnnex
For three days running tho Hotel
fctrect-Walalno car servlco has been
badly out of whack. Patrons of this
line, who have to wait, twenty mlnuteij
when they miss n cnr.arc beginning to'
legard Mnnager llullcntync's oft-repented
statement Unit (innolulu has
the best car servlco on earth as a
unique species of inonomanln.
in consideration or vnn election on
'Kauai, SuWd'ay February 13, 1V09
for Conn)' Auditor, and that tho numi
beru'of 'the Sonata ami House of Rep
resentative and others desire to cast
their vote before coming to Honolulu
by U10 Klnait this week, the Company
will hold tho Kjnati at .Nnwlllwlll till
Saturday ht fi p. m., to ur'rlvo in Ho
nolulu Sunday moinlng Instead of Sat
TIlo surf has boon running very
high of Into pver ,Vallua and Kapaa
way, says the Garden Island. He
tweon Christmas and New Year tho
sen managed to eat nway some threo
hundred feet of sand beach jtut In
front nf the coconnut grove, at the
Mine time trimming the edge of the
load. This week tho turbulent Pa
clile has again beon on tho rampage,
devoured another stietch of the
beach nnd rolled across the road nnd
made a pond of the lower-lying land
beyond, the highway,
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one can
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Some People Drink
All of the time. Others drink some of the time and every
body drinks aerated water from our factory because they
consider it best. There's no sentiment about it just qual-
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.-
O. S. LEITHEAD, Mauager. PHONE 71.
Complete Housekeeping Outfit
COMPLETE DINNER SET'tllo'JpfecJs) and KITCHEN and TABLE
UTENSILS (83 articles) ; totai;a93 'iieces all for $27.25. See the win
dow, Get in. early. .Fine and UsefuJL articles at less than oost. Only a
few seU,at this cost. - " v.' ,; ' ""
IFWR ' Jt ro. I tH
160 -King.St.- - HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. Telephone 240.
.The wetweatheruwilLsoonibc,oji. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. We have earth filling for tale
at REASONABLE PRICES. ' PJB0NE 8BO
P. M. Pond. Contractor
COVERT CLOTHS-For ladles' skirls and" riding hab-
its. A fine assortment In Obloqd. -Tan, Brown,
. Green, and-Blue; 27 in, wide, '6 YDS. FOR f 1.00.
GALATEA In Copenhagen Blue, a ,very popular
shade. This material, makes a very, nobby tailor
s,uit;29in 23o'YARD, ' '
SILK0LINES ,A large assortment in new shades and
designs. It tikes the place of silks for draping!.
30 in., 15c YARD.
ENGLISHEJJ", D'MITY FOR SPREADS.
(Fine for 3-4 and 1-4 Beds.)
31 in, wide, 25c a yd,; .33 in. wide, 30o a yd.
50 in. wide, GOc a yd. ; 54 in. wide, 75c a yd.
We are offering our carpets at Reduced Rates in
order t,o clear out this, department.