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RVRNINO nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TIllTHSOAY, FEB. 18, 1S0S.
What Is Home Without
Titers is no caster or more comfortable la-lies' home
slice made than thi3,
Rubber hech, flexible sole, teamed vamp; easy to put
on, easier to rrmovc, easiest rf all to WEAR. No corns, no
callouses, no tired fest.
llNEw - to-day Wm. Williamson,
Mclmeaitiy Slioe Store
Xo. 157. TICnKITOHV OP HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
your meats from us an 1 7011 will have something terider'knd
juicy, meat that can bj enjoyed by persons with uncertain
Metropolitan Mcaf Co., Ltd.
T-. 2 , I . . .J.
don't make a suraaer. but a swallow of
.Beef Wine asad Iron
will put new life into the man who is broken in health.
It is a cenuine toalc. cet a beverage.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOIEL AND FORT STREETS.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
INSURANCE FIRE A(jy I-'AHINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAU &
TARROTT & 'JO., Can rranciun
CO.. Bt!.. Maine;
Good Folks Take .
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
Tin fnnil Shur
134 King St
HonoluUi Constructhn and Oiaying Co.,
PRONE, Ol'FICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W 3. Irwin & f Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A, SP7
W. L EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin ; Financial
Secretary Hawuiian Engineering
Association. Ofllce Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1041 30. KING ST.JIONOLULU, T.II.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of latest St7lcs in
' LADIES' HAT3.
1028 NUUANU ST.
S. & W. CANNED FRUITS
and VEGETABLES Just In.
HENRY MAY & CO,, LTD..
TERRITORY OK HAWAII TO V. 11. PHONE 012.
CASTLK. Trustee; Kltl'l). MAKl
NO; LILIUOrfALANl K. DOMINIS;
TKimiTOtlY of HAWAII by C. II.
HUMKNWAY ns ATTORNEY
OKNKItAL nntl by JIAUSTON
CAMPIIKI.L o's SUI'KRINTENU
HNT of I'UIII.IC WOUK8; CITV
mill COUNTY of HONOLULU by
JOSEPH J. ITHN as MAYOIl nnd
PRESIDENT, of the IlOAnD of SU
PERVISORS; C. 1.11IHIE McAllEE;
K. SUOAKA, and lu ALL whom It
Whereas, a petition hits been pre
sented to satrt Comt by EDWARD
nnilllICK IlItOWN to icglster and
ci.unrm his title In the following-do-ncrlbed
Dcglnntng nt n dilvcn lion pipe
Illlcd with concrete on the proposed
new North-west lino of Mnnoa Valley
Road, Bald point being 38G0.4 feet
North nnd 4 204.3 feet East from
Rocky Hill Trig. Stutlon, and run-
11I11K. by true azimuths;
(1) 328 02 30", 9. feet,valong
Innd described In L. It. C. No.
200 to .1. A. MnROiin, to a cioss
on fine of Btono wall on present
lino or Mnnoa Vnlley Iload;
(2) 41" 1!) 30", 300. rcct, along
Southeast Hide of stono wall
along picscut line or Mnnoa Val
ley Road to a cross on a stone
(3) HI 1.V 30", 227. X feci,
along Htone wiill nlong land of
(I) 115' 00', (12. feet, along
(B) 112' 3V, llOi). reel, along
Mine continuing lip the pull to
a drhen 2-llich galvanized Iron
pipe on top of rJdRu; from this
point I.eahl Trig. Station bears
.13B 30' 30" nnd Rocky Hill
TrlR. Station bears S3. 47':
(fi) 223" 00', 101. feet U rldRO
along (lovcrnmcnt land;
(7) 216" 3G', 1 18. feet, along
(S) 197 10". GH.S feet, along
same to n driven galvanized Iron
(!) 323 02' 30", 1424.2 feet,
down tlio pall 'along land da
scribed In L. 11. C. No, 200 to
J. A. Jlngoon to tbo Initial point;
Containing an nca of 10.11 acre,
being a portion of L. C. A 11029,
Apanas 1 and 2, to J. Stovcnson, on
the Northwest side of the Manna Vnl
loy Iload; In Manoa Valley, City and
County of Honolulu, Onlui.
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Keglstratloii, to bo
lu Id at Honolulu, Island of Oalru, on
the 19th day of .March. A. I)., 1909,
at one o'clock and thirty minutes In
the afternoon, to show cause, If nny
jott have, why the prayer of said pe
tition should not Do granted. And
unless j 011 appear at said Court nt
tho time and plnco aforesaid your
default will he recorded, and thp said
petition will bo taken as confessed,
nnd jou will be forever barred from
contesting said petition or nny decree
Witness, PHILIP L. WEAVER. Es
Uulre, Judge of said Court, this 17th
day of Tebruary, In the year nine
teen hundred and nine.
Attest with Seal of said Couit.
(Seal) . W. L. HOWARD,
1237 Feb. 18, 23; Mar. I, 11.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK f XI HAME
HONOLULU, Feb 18. 19C9
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J Brtv.tr ft Co.
Rw rivitallonCn ...
CaCom it SuCo ..
II ft wnililn SuKr Crt. . .
Ilononvl ?ani Co .
Hrookftil Shfftf Co
llmkii Stiirir Cn . ,
Mulchlion Sngir Plim
KftllllkU tiAni"oii t
Ktkllm Sue- Co- .. .
KIptliulcHujut C" . .
KoloilSurlir Cn ...
McBrydSiiKftt Co .
fifth. S' t ' Cn
OiKtmei htftr Cn ...
Ookolft t (I ,ar IMfttit Cn
Olaft SilRnrCn Uil ...
P.altat, Kiiv.f M.nt l!n I ijllt.ll
Pftdfic-Saur Mill .. Wmmi
I'alftrilnlftllniCn ... ' 'll
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Wlmn'nSur Co I St' 10)
IV.Imn Siim- Mill ( n liVMi
Hn h T ft I. Cn Prtl
Hon It r ft i. On Com
Mltiual Ttllltn-ie Co
1 CD 1,1
S'ftli kil Rlil.l-rr Cn.A
Oalnl Rft I. Cn
Mawallaii PirKapt'lt Co
Haw Tcr 4 PC
lUw Ter 4i pc
ItftwlcrH pr... .
Maw Ten pc
IfawCov t c
tWikuSurar Coo pc
Mam. Dllth Co.,
Maw Com A Sue Co $ c
MawSner Cot. pc
IIHo" KTn Com 6 I c
llotiakfta Slfii. cn Ck.
Ilrai KTJl -Co 1
Kahuku P.am CoC pc
Oahn Kft I.Co&:c .
Oftlm Siiar Co 5 p c ..
Olaa Suar Cn fine
I'ac- Suk. Mill Cu, (a
Pala Pl.inMllo.1 Co . ..
P.nlirtr Mill Co 6 pc ..
Walalua grlCo mc
f... ..l.,Mi.i.m fluaaMijpwtuLuaOalaiWylvalaliaWaqtPiaMlllllaW
Just the thing for the Outing
Man or for Lounging at home
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 g 1
Comfortable, Nobby. See them
in our Window.
J. EaammaammKmmm iMnommA
Elks' Building, King near Fort
Sales Iletwecn Hoards: 2," Wnta
lin, $S2.50; 10 Pioneer 150; S3 O.ihu
SilR. Co., J2D; C Oahn Sug. Co., $29;
B0 Oalnl Sin;. Co.. J29. 33 Oalm Sug.
Co., $29; 20 Oahn Kin;. Co, $J9; 15n
Honokaa, $13.73; 1 "in llonokau, $10.
Session: s Ookala, $17.
Lsteat lugar quotation 3.61 centj or
$72.20 per ton.
Honolulu Bapfd Transit & Land Co.
At the annual meeting of (ho
share-holders of the Honolulu Itapid
Transit nnd Land Company held on
l-Vb'y 15, 1909, tho following wcro
elected to servo as Dliectors for the
L. T. Peck
W. R. Castle
Q. P. Castle
I. A. Thurston
C. H. Atherton
O. N. Wilcox
At a subsemienl meeting of Ihu
niieiloi'B, the following weie elected
to crve ns olllcers of the Company
for the ensiling year:
I.. T. Peck President
L. A. Thurston .... Vice, President
0. H. Atherton , '... Treasurer
William Williamson .... Secretary
Secy. II. It. T. & L. Co.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Kipahulu Suear Company
At tho meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the KIPAHULU 8UOAH CO.
held this day at tho ofllco of II. Illicit
fold & Co, Ltd., the following oin
cera were elected to bervo for the cn
J. F.' Hackfeld President
Paul R. Isenbere. . . . Vice President
Ceo. Podiek Treasurer
I F. Klamp Secretary
A. Hanebenr Auditor
fl'ho above olllceU cons.tItiltlng tho
llijind of Pli colors.
.. . ..,., r..I,',Kl.AW
.Hoiiolulu, Febrmny 17tli, 1909.
Sugar, 3.61 cents
Henry WaterrtousB Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu fUocx and Done1
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
. TELEPHONE 730.
BOUGHT CANDY FROM A LEPER
Los Angeles, ld, B. A bad Mine
at the Los Auccles High School has
resulted from the arrest yesterday
and detention nt tho County Hos
pital of a leper, Samuel Iterate k, a
Russian candy vendor. For n year
or morn llerniclc has been stationed
near Iho school dispensing candy to
tho children and pasbcrs-by on the
sticet. The dlbcaso Is said to tunc
retched an advanced stage. It Is not
known whether tho contagion of the
dread malady has been bprend or mil.
but much anxiety has been manifest
ed among tho children who have been
ncciislomcd to buy candy dally at his
The city health officer pioiiounccd
tho case of undoubted loprosy,' ller
iilek'a lininii was fumigated, ami he
will be roiillned nt the hospital.
!3P BULLETIN ADS PA -
NEW - TO-DAY
Of Shareholders, Hawaiian Electric
Notice Is boreby given that the an
nual meeting of tho stoekholdeis of
tlio Hawaiian Klcctrlq Co., Ltd.. will
be held at tho olllco of the company,
on King street, In this city, on I'll
day, Febiuary 20, 1909, ut 3 o'clock
W. L, HOPPIOIt.
Secrelnry, Hawaiian Mlcctrlc Co.,
Honolulu T. II.. Fob, 10, J909.
Strangers in Honolulu And what
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Tin good nulu-haeks. Phono C.
Ojs'crs as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
JIcllo! business is good. Phone 290,
ar.d ask for P. R. Sullivan.
Take your canlngu or uiitomoblla
to Hnrallnti Cinlago Maufg. Co., for
Interlblatid and O. It. . L. shipping
looks tor sale al tho Hullo tin
ofllco, 50 each. '
If )ou aro looking for any ot your 1
filcndj go "to tho "Two JacH" and
jou'll find them.
Mrs. n. J. Walker and child will g"
to Kahii'ul tomorrow afterncou, sailing
In tho Claiidiuo. .
(Ico. M. Itobcrtson Is booked to loac
for San Francisco In the lllloiilau,
which arrived this morning.
II. M. Knnlho of Koh-ili, who Is In
town, will give a Hawaiian dramatic
pi i) In tho Orpheuiii lu the near fp
Col. John T. llaker mid C. S. Desky
will lemu In tho lllloiilau on a busi
ness trip in Cuba. They will return In
Iluy your masks, confetti mid horns
for February 22 at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd. They have tho largest iissoit
ment In town.
InvltutioiiM were received by today s
mall to tho wedding of (Iruce llorteneo
Tower to John Trenholm Warren In
the First Ilaptlst Chuicb, Pasadena,
March 1. Mr. and Mra. Warren will
le ut home In Honolulu after April 15.
Mrs. William O. Irwin will entertain
at a luncheon to bo g!cn today at her
homo In Washington street lu compli
ment to Mrs. Whltelaw Held. Tho oc
casion will bo qulto Informal nnd will
be enjoyed by a dozen friends of the
hostess. Call. Feb. 10.
On tho adjournment of tho Home
esterda afternoon a Joint cnucus
with Hie Senate was held tho Senators
coming over to visit tho Himso. Pros
Idint Smith was Introduced ami ex
picfsed bis plcasuro at im cling tho
) members of tho Hoiiru and his hope
that the two brunches ot Iho Lcglsla
tiui1 might work lu harmony din lug tho
rcsiduu On behalf of the (lovcnior
ho extended an Imitation to tho mem
hern of both houses to attend an after
noon function nt the residence of Ills
Fxcellency next Monday afternoon.
The I.IIiiid School celebrated tho
Lincoln anniversary Friday with tir.e
patriotic cnthiislnsm In spite of tho
tor the cxciclso. After Principal
Alexander hail spoken eloquently of
I.lutolu and Ills work, tho children lu
bong and recitation contributed their
part to the eulogy to the nmitjr of
ficedoui, all 111 a ery creditable man
ner. Supervisor Vlshaid then ad
dresbed the children on the Important
eeiitsof Lincoln's life, but apparent
ly got stuck so frequently that ho had
to appeal to the clillilicu for certain
data, which unfailingly were sup
plied by the omigstcta without hesi
tation. In ((inclusion Judge Haidy
addressed the school and related In
ildeiils showing tho nteiiso feeling
which was nrouncd througlout tho
country when tho news of tlio assas
sination of the President was an
i.niiuceil. The exercUei wcro ntl oly
successful ami pio'i'd th'o clllcluuy of
the folio that at preseul hnvo charge
of tho eiluiatlon of young Llhue. -
& C 0.
Every One of Them
J. M. LEVY
YEE CHAN & CO.
KING AND BETHEL STS,
Small blown teriler bitch, with
leather collar. Iteturn to 174.
Ileretnnla St.; roeolvo suitable re
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one can .
nlTorJ to be without it,
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. HEAR ALAKEA.
Tne Affair of Friday
left a taste for more. More parades nnd more of our soda
water. The parade was great and in quality is equaled
only by our product.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. 1?H0NE 71.
Complete Housekeeping: Outfit
COMPLETE DINNER SET (110 pieces) nnd KITCHEN nnd 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 nt this cost.
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
ICO King St. HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM.
Telephone 240. 'J
tliould be built by one who knows
how. I can manage the selection of
the best location, choice of mate
rials, nnd building of the court.
P. M. POND, CONTRACTOR.
King, tuiqiiolse, suriounded with dla
annuls, bet. Honolulu and Halo-'
Iwa Hotol by railway. Howard If
I etui nod to Bulletin olllce.
A Large A.ssortniont of
TEHSIAN LAWNS. INDIA LIN0NS, NAINSOOKS. ENG
LISH atvl FRENnil LONG CLOTH, and many new designs
in fancy WHITE WAIS1INGS.
NEW JAPANESE CREPES, for Kimonos Beautiful
nntl Artistic; 30 inTwidc, 2Co per jnrd.
The MOTHERS TREND PEARL WAISTS for
Children. Very easy a ad strong. 35c each."
DIKECTOIRE CORSETS The very newest. Extra
length and perfect fitting
U 55 9 9 w s si? v m 5r n r v s