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EVENING IUJI.T.ETIN, HONOLULU.. II., MONDAY, FEU, IB, 1909.
'.qmiwi mi i
7c have all kind?,
perfect copies of the hind bij;
Boys' and little Men's
Sm.ES THAT BECOME THE YOUTH.
A shape and last not old cnouch lo look mmuihlt
young enough to.innke a BOY a CHILD.
High or Low Cuts, Oxfords, Bluchers, and Pumpa.
$3, $3.50 and $4
Melraesmy Shoe Store
HIS OOAT WILL BE Win. Williamson,
facsssmasssmi i u.ir.TtTgicg-OTPrr'-xMHBcaai
' 1 t .L-. 1 ..' '
tender r.iul juicy and t'.ic finest steaks to be liad in the
country arc lo bs bfup.ht nt this mnrket. Our line of Del
icatessen Is equal to any on the mainland.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
ft Phone 45
IN iEUORAL- PARADE
I1 i t .
Small Youngster Enters
Humble Steed For
"Plente, mister, la there where you
nek about the Floral Parado7" wus
:ho question put lo Will J. Cooper
Saturday afternoon. Tliu six-foot
publicity man of the I'lomotlou Com
tulttco looked down, mill tlieie lie saw
u (liulitiy little youiiRster whoso lieail
luirdly showed above tlic (oiinter top.
Cooper t;i lively Informed hla IntctroK
utor that he had come to the right
"Well, I want to enter my filial."
For once Cooper wim stumped. A
le fell' nee to Ills lint showed an unto'
mohlle romiulttee, n carriage comnill
tec, a hleyelo uimiplttce, an equestri
an coiniiittlcc, and several other com
mittees, hut nowhere could hn llnd
any refereiiee to u coat coininlttec.
Director I'etrle hnpticucd to liu in
the I'n.ointlon Committee's looms ill
the time, and to him Cooper turned In
his perplexity. I'etrle lian hail sonic
experience with Roats in ShrlncMin
rades, hut ho Insisted Hint he could
..llj.M .... iniftrtiulliiltu 1 nfT.I fjl I ,1 IT lltn (llU
11.11. I IIU (llt.V,tl..n ,l,t. illllh .,W .
liosltlon of Riich iinlmnls In a Floral
I'l.inde. The piouil owner of lha
horned steed was very iiiurh in eai li
es', however, anil the more I'etrle
IhniiRht II over the more certain ho
hep.mio that that very r;oat was need
ed to make thliiRH a success.
The liearent lomnilttee chalrninu
happened to ho .Manuel Peters, who
him rlinrce of the hicyclo seetlon
Knowing hlni to he u man of rcsoiirc-
CM, I'etrle leferred tho youngster to
him, mid the little fellow went nwny
happy mid snilllni:.
IVtoiK fell in with tho plan at once,
and not only made urr.iiiKemeulH to
piovlde u koiiI section, hut stalled In
nil," up a prize. That stinted the hall
lollltiR mid it Is now certain that at
least two "go-Its" will march solemn
b In the Parade, If their youthrul
owners enn maUo them travel iiloiiR
the designated path.
Stock and Bond Broker,
' 83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528,
HONOLULU STOCK FMWfiE
HONOLULU, Feb 15, 19 ,9
m e Knxfrri ft
2 nieMrer fi Co...-..
Rw rimKllotiro ....
tlAMNllat, Aet'c Cn. ...
Ilw Com Suit Co ..
Hmiutml Siiri O ....
tlmkn Sllir" Co
Hutchison Sur Plant.
Kil'uVu Puwullnii I 'i
Krlcalm Surf- f
Klpttiulu Sugar Co. ..
Koloa Sugar Co .1. ..
Mc Rryt Siikm Co . . . .
OaliD Si r r Co..
Ookola iiliar 1'I.Uil Co
PaAluil Sugar ri.nl Co
faciric sugar Aim.. ..
Pal Pl.til&llfM.Co ..
fepffkeo Sugar Co....
Wft uku Sugar Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co.
WalniM Suga- Mill Co
Intfr-klnri t Meflnl NCo
Hon IITJI, Co I'rrt
Hon RTft t. Co Com
Mutual Ttcptin-i Co
rrr? h- aogaoocaoi if ji Jj
I Coat Sweaters
don't make a. sumtacr. but a swallow of
Beef Wine and Iron
w'll put new life into the man who is broken in health.
It is r. genuine tonic, not, a beverage.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND PORT STREETS.
lrur 'JII1 Kl
1 (f"l.(il 'JO
liium i, il
,ii,oi i. i1
Uei. l no
JosepSi A. Gilman,
SHlPriHO AND COMMISSION MI.RCHoNT
maURANCE JHtL ACJU MAMiNE
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAI.l
PARROTT & CO., Sn Traticliro
4 CO. Bsth. Maine;
Coed Folks ,TaR-
it's a Good Sign
It it's painted by
The I'aint hnr 134 King Si
7- rf- - ' - ":nMrk Hi
Honolulu Constructbii and Graying Co.,
GENERAL 0 UIJ HI ACTORS.
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opn. W. 0. Irwin & T Ltd.
We do all kind of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White ani
Dinck Sand, Broken Cowl, Harden Soil. Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPf
W. L EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hnwuiiau Engineering
(Association. Ofllce Hours; From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1D41 30. KINO ST..H0N0LULU, T.n.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
merit of Latest Styles in
, LADIES' HATS.
1023 NUUANU ST. '
-At All Watchdeulers,
'' ' Acnt for Hawniinn Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
"BEE" BRAND CEYLON TEA
(Gunny Sacks) '
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
PHONE 22. "
I ilia n n. 1.0 , ..
Hawaiian I'fi'taiiple Co,
HON D-. .
flawTtnpclHrcCtl llnw let 4 pc
Maw "Irr H pr
Haw Tcr 4 nc
Haw Tr 1 pc
lUiku Siiar Cti6.p
Him. Mitch L'n,
II a w t om A h u k Vn $ c
Haw SiiKr C h p c. . .
llltoP KCn Ion bur
Houakaa Sugii rn f.pc
unit k I 1 11 n c
Kahuktt MahI Co ft 11 c,
MBrylf S Co4.
Oatin Sugar Ci $c .,
Olaa Sunar Cn Ape. .
I'.ic Suk Mill Co, C
I'm la I'Untailo.i Co ...
Plonrer Mill Co 6pc ..
Waia! ua grk Cospc
, to twi
Tho '.Tapitneno tiamp Hleamer Klua-
kata Maru No. 2, Captain Y Mnchl. ar
lived eterday finni Yiilcuhanm, after
a paaaiiKO of twenty two day, Tlio
bteamer had heeli expected for thn
last ten ilays. She Ih nt tho Channel
wharf, where she Ih dleharsliiK iril
tona of sulphur ami tori ton of rice. .
Tho Hteamer Ih iiamnv mid her ton
nr.Ke hut SSIIU Ions. Klio wa Imllt 111
KnKl.iiiil nhout clKhteui ycam nxo und
was hkciI ns ji collier dining the IIiiik
Julian war. She Is owned liy Y. ,Yn
Washita. Captain Mnchl Is well known here,
lie visited this port nhout ten years
ago In the Toyo Maru. hrltmlus I mini
Kiiuits to tho Islands, lie also came
hero ncalu In tho Xaiiyo Maru. which
hiniiKht liiimlgraiits mid Kelienit cars ).
I'M', . ..
JU0 .. ...
Just the thing for the Outirlg
Man or for Dounging at home
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Comfortable, Nobby. See them
in our Window.
Elks Building, 4.mg near Fort
LOCAL AND SENE8AL
Strangers in Honolulu And what
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Sales llotwecn lloaids: r.u I'loneer,
$t.r0; in Kekaha, $150 Si-nlun: nil
Kekahn, W 10 Plniioer, ll.'O; CO
Olaa. $5.12V4: 13 Ohu. S3 120; 25
I'aaiiliau. 21.25; 2T, I'.ianhau, S21.25;
S i:w.i, J27.50; HO MeIIr.vde, J2fi2',4;
1U Olaa. S5.12'.
Dividends Keb. IS. 1'JO'J: llavvallnnl
SiiKar Co., 14 h.t cent; Oahu Susar
Co.. 2 ier cent; (). It k. I. Co., per
cent; Popeokeo, l per eeni, Wnlalu.i.
V4 per cent.
Latest sugar quotation 3.C1 cents or
$72.20 per ton.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Thcro were no less than (Uty-jlx
cases set fur tilal at tho Police Couit
this HKiinliiK, Out of this largo num
ber thlrty-slx weio KamhlliiK cues.
One hunch of twelve iillegeil ksiiiIi
lers was dlsmh-ho.l from custody, tho
Chlnnman who was iiinnltiK Iho Katue
hehiK held to appeur tomoriuw, under
hond of Sled.
Another coiitliiKent of wooers of
chance were hit lo tho tun of $S each.
Ktlll a third lot k1 off UkIiIui-, with a
five plunk illK-up.
l'nt Donovan Shades of 'Urln!
who liad t'lKen eoiiKhleralily moio in'
tho "cleJtlllU" thitu vvus wise, war
deiipalched ost hasto to a place where
Mills ilo not exist. At Iho expiration
of oiio moon tho llhuloiis one will re
turn lo town with a Ihlist (hat should
Messrs, wnrrlner ami Urams, who
nlfeo hcein to have had .1 wet Hniiday,
wero down on tho nuti-water-wacoii
cliiuco. Warrlo couched up the price
of Pi heeis, mid is prohnhly now won
ilciliii; what It Is nil iihuiit, Iteama
tailed to put In mi nppcarancc, nml liU
tun or ?u was forfeited
I'lvo small hoys who are iniiro par
tial to the dellehlH of "7-U" than thuy
pro. tu Sunday school, vveie treated ns
Juveniles, Hurry Mulle, who Is about
12 yoars of ago. told the .IiiiIbo that hu
was only looking on, JikIkp Audi ado
Itavo 111 tn some good advice and al
lowed tho kid tn depart. Harry, how
ever, bus to lepoit unco a week to Mr.
Ithler, ono of tho probation onlcers.
'llio rcinulnliiR quartet most of
them In teaiH woio hold till 'their
parents could bo looked up, the JmlKO
leniurkltiK that veiy llttlo Interesl vvus
ovlileitly taken In tho lads by thuso
reEpotiBlblo for their brltiRliiK up.
Two or thieo canes wero remtinded
,1111111 iiiiiinriow inoniiiiK. iticiuijiiiK Sam
Iltiili, ch.irned with vagrancy.
i aarj. f-
Mis. HlonuudiMi-.o Faulkner Steph
ions, wife of I,o.i AnBoles nttorney,
comes to Sun Fiiinclsco to htrulRlitcu
nut dniuehtle trouliles, ehilmliiK her
litibbaud vvus tent uway by paivnts.
Sugar, 3.61 cents
Henry Waterhousa Trust Go,,
Members Honolulu J'.tocK and Done1
FORT AND MEHCHANT STS.
ALDEN BESSE HERE
' FROM SAN PEDRO
Sturdy Old Craft Brings
. Fisrt Los Angeles
Tho American bark Allien House,
which made this oit yestenlay, after
n vuyiiRo of twenty-four days, bniuuht
u cargo of lulck and Keucral lnerch;i
ill so froma I.os Angeles. After shu has
(IlkchaiKCd her can;o sho expeclD lo
take uway fioin here Inland products,
lucludliiK pineapples and Hiuar,
Among Iho passenKers who came
down In her were tl. II. Thompson and
Mr. WnililiiiKtiaiii. WiiddliiKhnm Is ono
of tho owners of tho hJrlc, Mr. Thump
i.on linn iilii.':ul made nrrniiReiiuiutH
for n hhlpineiit of canned pineapples
when (he, bark Is ready to leave this
pint. The Mohican will pioh.ihly go
to Hllo, hefoiu balllni; direct to Han
Captain I) tiny of the Mohican Is an
old-timer In tho Island business.
Tho following vesicls wore enrolled
nt the San l'lanclno Custom-houso
nu December II: Steamer Olympic,
Joigcn Hansen, mnster; steamer Cur.
Id John Huberts, master; ship Slur
ut Siotlaud, I''. O. Chli)iuan, mastor.;
sti'.inier flleanor, N. J. Cornvvcll,
muster; sleamer Majestic, Andrew
Anderson, muster. The steamer I.unH
llli;, Chailcs Alberts, nifistor, was
'-ii ' ' i ,.j.rrr
Large it stock In the South Sea Isl
ands of S.imoan, Touruii, rijlnn,
and Solomon Island Curios, mats,
funs, tapa, shells, etc. For partlc
nlaiH nddiess llox 2i, Koliala, Ha
waii. ' -1235-Ct
Phone 200. P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115.
Oysters cs you like them, in any
style, at the RoyRl Annex.
V. II. C. Campbell, mamiRcr of tho
Hllo Sugar Co., Is In town on il hind
John Hind, manager of I'uako plan
tation, on Hawaii, is In the, city on
Inter-Island ntnl O. It. & I., shipping
Looks, for salu nt the 11 n 1 1 o 1 1 n
office, CO each.
If ou nro looking for any of your
friends ro to tho "Two Jacks" und
jon'll llnd Ihem.
T. C. White from Konn, Hawaii, Is
down for n trip, and is lenlsleicil nt
the Yonni? hotel.
Illom is sellltiR beautiful lace cur
tains, Nvhlto mid ecru, ut prices fioin
SI. IS to S1.7S n pair.
Hear the new MnRtinphone, McCanil
less hiilldliiR, KliiK und Alukea street,
nil next week. 1'iices in und 15 cents.
(). T. Shlpuiau of Hllo came up ou
the Manna Ken Saturday to servo on
the Federal Rraud Jury, which meets
Kaauaaua lloko has tiled unit for
dlvorro from Hoke, nlU'RtiiK as the
Krounds of the action that ho deserted
her In 1S97.
Deputy .Marshal Harry Holt returned
from Hawaii Satuidny. Ho went
theio to servo about thirty snli)cii:is
In the Kokl case.
Harold Iinl, of tho Army Knulneer's
olllee, wlio has been mnkliiR a tour of
lusK.ctlon of the Hawaii llKhthoiise.
leliirned on the Manna Ke.i.
Colonel Sam Parker returned Satur
day on the Manna Ken from a Inlet
visit at Maua. He was, accompanied
by Captain Hoss, who wasMils Kiicst.
Anderson Ornse was on Saturday
Kraiiteil u ill voice iiy JuiIko Hohliison
fioin Ids wife, Sarah K, Oraso, uliom
ho accused of habitual drunkenness.
Heavy kon-i winds und rain weio
expel lenced ut Kohala last week. Tho
ICawalhae district also hail a storm,
said to the most severe, in thirteen
Tho "llcef Wlno and Iron" made by
Ilcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd , U ono of
the best tonics known. It Is n strength
elver und builder up of bioken ilo'.v.i
A Federal warrant ling been Issued
for tho nrrest nml return to the Her
man ship Marie llackfehl of four Bail
ors who have deseited tho vessel. They
are Carl I.ucdcru, Johs. Ditinsmaun,
Walter Jonauno und Wllhelm Hohlfs
One of tho attractive features of the
tableaux performance on Iho lKlh will
he n ballet danced by some, of Mrs.
(iiinn's pupils. These clever dancers
tiro seen all too seldom, und this
thaiico should not be allowed In ro by.
II. P. llnhlwln writes to tho Maul
News that u new wharf, to cost Ji;.,
000. will shortly he Imllt ut Kiihiilul,
It Is stated that tho wharf will bo built
illher by tho Tonlloilal Rovernmeut
or by the Knhulul Hallroail Coinpan.
Y, Yamiishltii, owner of tho Japanese
hteamer ICisiiRatn Maru No. 2, which
arrived jcslcnlay from Yokohama, I ft
tin i)ld friend of KMItor Shebu or tho
Hiiwull Shinpo. I-ClKucala is tho nanio
of Hio town fio;n which both men
Lund Commissioner J. W, Pratt.
who returned from Hawaii in tho Man
ila Ke,i lust Saturday, conducted a
talc of homesteads while ou the Island
He slated that S3 lots out of 73 wero
disposed of und they realized nu.uly
dun. .vior,i oi ino purcnasuis were,
unpin) cn of the Parker Itunch Com
pany. Carl N. Lovstcd, manager of tho II a
wnllnu brunch of Iho Oicrr Compuiy,
Ltd., who has only very icrontly re
turned Horn ii business trip to tho
F.nstoin States, left nsaln Saturday in
the steamship Asia accompanied by
l.l wife, for another torn- of some
tin co innntlin' duration, thronuh Japan
and Formosa. In tho latter country
the company linn extensive rullwuy
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one can
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Tne Affair of Friday
left n taste for more. More parades and more of our soda
water. The parade was jrcat and in quality is equaled
only by our product.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. H0NE 71.
Complete Housekeeping Outfit .
COMPLETE DINNER SET (110 pieces) and KITCHEN and TABLE
UTENSILS (83 articles) ; total, 103 pieces all for $27.25. Sec the win '
dow. Oct in early. Fine and useful articles at less than cost.' Only n.
few sets at this cost.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
vill do serious damage to your
grounds unless they are prepared to
withstand them. A little filling and
grading NOW will save you money. " JrrlJJNJJ,
Consult us about it. It will pay you. CONTRACTOR. PHONE 890,
We have just opened up our Spring line of Trimmings
and they comprise mnny very beautiful novelties.
ALL0VER EMBROIDERY, with Edgings and Inser
tions to match, in Swiss, Nainsook, and Muslin.
LACE ALL0VER3, in White, Black, and Cream. Orien
tal, Fillet, and Applique.
HEAVY LACE BAND TRIMMING, in White, Cream,
Black, Navy, and Brown.
We have alto just received a line of 27-in. BLACK
WATERPROOF SILKS, 73c, $1, 51.25 per yard.
I ivMtod&JMiufo i Jc A.kAkfati'A., r'-TuT nSto -'atfl! ' 1 1 - t it. r . , wtii irwitnrtWiafciiil