Newspaper Page Text
KVMNIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H. FRIDAY, FBII. 19, 1009.
What Is Home Without
There is no easier or more comfortable ladies' home
slice made than this.
Rubber heels, flexible sole, seamed vamp; easy to put
on, easier to remove, easiest of nil to WEAR. No corns, no
callouses, no tired feet. '
Mclnersiy Shoe Store
I NEW DCCIQTDAT n
LAW 18 PROPOSED
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 IJERCHANT ST.
your meats from us and you will have something tender and
juicy, meat that can be enjoyed by persons with uncertain
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
All AilnilnlKti'iitliiii uicasuic lo ere
nle n (Ircnt llcplslcr of Voters, fot
lowlng out the plan, outlined by the
Governor In his message, was the
most Impmtunt hill introduced Id the
House this mornltiKi Heprcsentntho
Ilmldy standing sponsor for tho hill.
This hill .provides that Instead ol
Itn being necessnry for nil the voters
to register bcfore.thoy aro cllglhle to
vote nt any election, tncre shall he
Kept a CI rent Register, similar to that
In use in the States, and nny elector
having once heen registered shall not
he required to register again for any
succeeding election, unless ho Bhall
have moved from tho precinct from
which ho voted before.
Tho Hoard of Itcglstratlon Is still
retained, but It Is largely an orna
mental article of Oovcriiincntal furirl
ture. instead of traveling about tlia
country as heretofore at $7 per day
and sitting at different places for a
short time before oacli election tu
register the voters. It shall stay nt
home and sit. The real work of roe
Utrntloii Is by the terms of thli Hill
delegated to the County Clerks of tho
various counties. At present It costs
about $6000 to register the voters of
the Tenltory. Tho new plan, It U
thought, will greatly reduce this fig
ure. A Hoard of Heglstratlon for
each district shall sit nt Hllo, Kill-
lun, Honolulu, and I.lline on tho sec
ond Wednesday of October of each
Ktneral election year to hear appeals.
and shall continue, their sittings until
mich appeals haw all been heard.
HONOLULU STOCK FXLHAP61
HONOLULU. Feb.19. 1909
J Bttwtr I to.
doif't make a summer, but n swallow of
Beef Wine and Iron
will put new life into the man who is broken in health.
It i3 a genuine tonic, not n beverage.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL A1ID TORT STREETS,
KOREA BATTLES WAY
Josepk A. Giiniam,
SHIPl'lNQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bath, Maine:
I'ARROTT & 10., San Francisco.
After struggling with misty weath.
er for live dnys after leaving Yoko
hama, tho l'nclflc Mail liner Korea,
Cnptalu Sandberg, arrived this mora
ine and docked at Ilackfold wharf at
11 o'clock. Sho was reported at S:20
tt.ls morning, hut ilelaeil off the liar,
hor by the Quarantine officials, who
made a careful examination of the
Tho Korea Is carrying n large list
o' through passengers, and Honolulu
iccrults will nil her to her capacity.
Honolulu home-returners include
the Hon. Cecil Drown, president of
tho I'lrst KatlonnI Hank, and Miss
Irene K. Dickson, who havo been
on a six months' trip around the world.
Miss Dickson was met off tho harbor
bv her brother, Mr. Dickson, of tho
I'lrst National. At tho wharf they
were giected by their relatives and
G. H. Munroe, a well-known busi
ness man, Is accompanied by his wife.
Miss Ada Rhodes, Mm. A. II. Smith,
and Y. Terry aro other Honolulu
Tho Korea brought for Honolulu
besides tho cabin passengers, thirty
eight Japanese and one Chlneso In
the steerage. Sho also :iad nfty-fottr
bugs of mail and 1400 tons of gcncial
cargo. W. A. Allen, tho genial pur-
sei of the liner, stated that tho Koiea
leaves for San Krnnctsco tomorrow
I'lornlng at 1) o'clock.
Rwl llihatlon Co ...
lloiioniu FiiKr Co ..
Ilnrnikat, Kucr Co .
IlilVtiSrimr Co ....
Ilutchlion Suitir Plant m.lll,l
Kuliuiu PlamaUon Vt S.'OVJ"
KckshsStif Co- ... : '.')
Klpahulu Suat Co . .. )."
Kolns Surtr Co ... I fil
MclirrJ'SuiarCo . ,t.Mi
OiliiiSirl, Cil I.DIUMI
Diinn.. Hirjr Cn .. .tU"''""
-Ooltolallliar I'laiil Co I rp,uv
OloluCo h lUi
PaaliauSuRar riant Co W")
Pan. Plantation Cn ...
Pcv-tVw Sugar Co....
Wf Ulua Axrlc Co
lii.kilSnenr Cn ....
Watmanato Sugar Co
YValntta Sugar Mill Cu
Il.il K T ft I. Co I'lCl
Hon K Tft I. Co Cum
Mutual Telcn'ioti Co
Nahlku Ri.ll.tr Co.,
Paid Up,. ... .
Oahu Rft I. Co
1 1 Ho K Rio,
Hon 11 Ik M Co:
Hawaiian Pineapple Of,.
Haw Ter . pc
Haw Ter .W pc..,.,...
HawTer 4H UC-
Haw Gov't t pc .......
fi aiau migar t.o .lie
Ham Ditch Co.,
Haw Sugar CL" PC...
fill., P K Co Con 6 ,e
Honakaa Sue it co fpc
Hun RT la uCuau c
Kahuku Pant CnB uc
MrBljHf H Cn'ltl,
Oahu K ft I. Co 6 ;, C
Oahu Sugar Co 1 p c . .
OIlA Sugar Co 6 pc. .
1'ac- Suit. Mill Cu, 6.
I'ala Plant. Iloii Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 lie ..
Walalua AgrlCo ape
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
if it's painted by .
The Paint Shop.
131 King SI
Honolulu Construction ant! Graying Go,,
GENERAL UONTRACTOBS. "
PHOITC, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. a. Irwin & C Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Hock, White nnti
Iiiack Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE MOVING A SYT
r l" - - - mi.-l- 4-1 l 'i
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
tW .NOIUrrrivcil nt 12:4.1 tn
duy fnmi Makawcll, lirineiiiR 2020
br.es miear ami 23 mintlry packages.
Rhe iUko liroiiRlit three citlitn antl leu
tlcck imtusenRcrs. rurser Kent rc
pcrta tho folluwinR suRnr tin Kauai
awaltlne sliiimicnt: K. S. M., G8i0;
V. K., U,00; Mcil., 37,001; Kllaiica,
3700; Kcalla. 27,000; Koloa, 4500;
O fc ll la.noo.
TIIK KINAl), which la duo to nr
r!vo from Kanal ttnnnrrow niorntnK.
wilt hrlnR 8000 lings of sugar and
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
18 to 1 tt Bulletin office.
1041 30. KINOST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
At All Watchdenlen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
1028 NUUANU St
S. & W. CANNED FRUITS
and VEGETABLES Just In.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Many people are re
luctant to begin a sav
ings account till they
have ten or twenty dol
lars to spare.
The great majority
of our savings depos
its have small begin
nings. If everybody
waited till he saved
twenty dollars, many
who now have hun
dreds in our bank
would still be waiting
to save the first twen
ty. It's easy to save with
our small home banks.
We furnish them free.
Spring Styles Just In
Prices from $3.00 up
.Elks' Building, King near Fort
Sales Hotwcon Ittiirils: 40 I'aati-
hau, $21. CO; 30 Ki'kithn. $1",0: 13000
lllln 11. It, Cs. SOI; It O It. & I,. Co..
Latest sugar quotation 3.61 cents or
372.20 per ton.
Sugar, 3.6I cents
Beets, IDs Hi
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu (UocK and Bond
FORT AND MEHCHANT 8T8.
LOCAL AND 9ENEBAL
Ten good nutoliackri. l'liono C.
Oysters as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
Hello I business is good. Fhonc 290,
and ask for P. R. Sullivan's lwck.
Three lititnlrt'il lici'U'S nrrlwil on tliu
Illltiiiliiu ) t'Htcnluy frnni llto iiinliilaiiil.
Cllntun J. Iltitcltlnti will knu Uu
tho Cuant tin tho l'atlllc Mall lluvr Kit
lea. MIkh M. 1'. UnwIliiH In licxikcil tti iln
part cm tint Knur Korea fur tliu main
laml. Season ticket Hnlu for I'lillnnl'B l.ll
llliiitlniiH opeim Kulntinry .1 at in a. lit
Henry May & Cn., U'iuUiik Kroeein,
will lie eloned nil ilay Mumlay,, WiihIi
Taku your earrlapo nr atitouiubllo
to Hawaiian Carriage ManfR. Co., for
P. T. 1. WuterlioiiHd In auluiiK tliosu
who are on tliu liuokoit list lor tliu tilp
tin tliu liner Ktnca,
Inter-Islantl and O. It. & I., shipping
bonks for salo at tho U it 1 1 o 1 1 n
olllce. CO each.
AiiimiK llioae liuoked to leave, for tliu
Coast on the Korea, sailing Saturday,
arc '. C. llobliibou mid .ife.
It you aro looking for any nt your
frlonib no to tho "To Jaclcs" ami
you'll find them.
O. Onibted, editor of tho (lartlen Id
Inn.!, lias retired from that position,
which ho hns held four yours.
When you want nil enjoyalilj anln
lite, Kut Jim Qulnn's sown-seaiiil I'ull
man I'ulocu I'vcrlvsa car. l'liono 11''.'
A meeting of the Itepubllcan club of
thu 2nd l'reclnct. Poitrtli District, will
lie held at 1929 Kulakatia Anoiiiiu this
uventiiK at 7:30. ,
liny your masks, confetti and horns
for February 22 at Wall. Nichols Co..
Ltd, They havo tliu larRout assort
ment in town.
C S, Desky Is iimoiiK those who will
leave for the States on thu Korea, Mr.
Desky will accompany Col. 8am Par-
Thu Art I.euguu has. In the past
ycais, given more than ono play of
o.ueiitlonnl met It, but tho production iker and Col John Maker to Cuba In tho
o lhoioiiicdyaicxt Tuesday at tho jtapaclty of nn uxport JuilRo of lands.
Opera llousu promises to ecllpsu them ' l"'1" U' (I111 l8 t',llt"r "' manager
till. The piny Itself Is one that U"f ,hu "nliilt;r Valley llvcciril" that
atrlkliiKly novel nud rcfrcshliiR. both l,,t'ft,B,"10 ''" "f Columbia Station.
In tho nlot and Its ilcveloiiineiit. and lSca,,K'- .AB0 "' hkvn "Olllclnl pi
tho cntl.u caot has ciitorcd into tho l,orrlr King County,
I Tin, uieelliiir of I
spirit oi u wiin nn unucrstaiitiinR ot
Hi, possibilities that nURitrcs well for
lib nitlbtle succchs.
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 a taste for moic. More parados and. more of our soda
water. The parade was great nnd in qualiTy is equaled
only by our product.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. S. 1E1THEAD. Jlanajjer. PHONE 71.
g'BrfU i.wu.'jmmTfiw J'J
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Judd Dulldlnrji Fort and
Capital and Surplus
Inliinicnt has been already assuicd
by thu Inteiest that has been shown
by Honolulu people, ns well as by tho
membership of tho Art I.cuKiie.
Tickets aio now on sale at IlcrR
hIioiiCh nt It and 75 centB. A special
rate ol "H cents will be made to stu
dents and their parents and ehapei
ores. P. V lluck will loavo cm tho Korea
for tho mainland. .Mr, Duck brought a
blR tonrliiR car down with til lit, und bus
mailo many trips to points of Inteiest
i m m .a mmm
NEW - TO-DAY
Thu inccttiiR of tho Colletro Club to
dUcttss tuberculosis will lie huhl this
uveuliiK In tjiu parish house of Central
Union church. Heats will be reserved
The financial success of tho enter- j for Senators ami Representatives. Tliu
uovernor will no present.
II. V. Wnrren, proprietor of tliu
Manhattan Cnfu, nnd Mrs. M. Scltoii
over, foiinerly of this city, woro ni-ir
lied Tuesday, Immediately after the
nrrlvnl of thu Matson liner l.urllnu
Mrs. Warhaiu came over on thu ship.
Public moctliiR at Parish Ilouso of
Central Union Chtiich this evening, ut
H o'clock. Tho chairman Is I)r, Wood
Addresses will bo Riven by Mrs. Krcnr.
l)r .1. It. Judd, Dr. McDunnlil, l)r. Sin
clair. Dr. Currlu ami vIsUIiir nut so.
Within a short tlmo Hllo will bo a
mnvliiR plctiiro town If thcro over wits
tmo. No lesB than thieo tllfferont es
tabllsbnu'iitH will bo throwtiiR their
luws upon tho screens to tho edifica
tion and education of thu imputation.
Following am tho bids for tho con.
structltin of tho Children's llospltul
which woro 0Mncd Wodiioudny after
noon: Ctialiiicrs. $32,517; Oinlerklrk,
J32.733; Harrison, 3 1,878; Lucas,
132,900; Walker, J37 300, Phiiplu, 131,.
990; Dcrtlcman, $33,750,
Captain I'lltz, who nrrhed on the
llllonlan from tho Mainland, will to
lvo tho old titistncss of tradltiR in tliu
South Sens with a small schooner
Pnptnlii Miller nnd Chun Low tuo
lluauclnR mi expeilltlon, ami will semi
the ticliiioner Cmicilnl out Willi Captain
I'lltz In chttiRu. Captain I'lltz is I lie
father of Captain I'lltz or thu lnter
lsland steamer Mlkiihnla.
It Is wy pleaBliiR to know that tho
loss of tlmo and money caused by Uu
icront unfortuiiato accident ut tho
Ilrenkwatcr has not been by any means
so scrluus as was nt I'lrst feared would
bo tho case Tho damage to iho IiIr
trauu was very siieodlly nnd effecttvuly
inatla Rood at tho workshops of ihe
Hllo llnllroatl Company, nnd It Is nRalii
nt work iIoIjik ns Rood execution us
before, under tho charge of a very
cupablo engineer whom Contractor
MetzKcr was lucky enough lo havo In
his employ at tho quarry. Hllo Ttlh
CARD OF THANKS.
Dr. II, Hayes and his 'mother wish
hcieby to express their Rrutltudu to
tho many friends who were so kind o
them In their recent ittitl teiriblo be
Jtipanesu male unci fumale help sup
plied piomptly for any work. 11"S
Union St ; Phono 579. 4339-lm
Spot Cash for ladles' and men's cloth
ing. No, 1040 Niiiiaiiu St. llti cr
will call. -1239-tf
riano taught in six months by expe
rloncctl teacher; $3 month S Icb
nous. Special attention lo adult
LeRliiufrs. AddicKS "Tencher,"
Ilulk'tln olUcc. 4237-lm
Complete Housekeeping Outfit
COMPLETE DINNER SET (110 pieces) and KITCHEN and TABLE
UTENSILS (83 articles) ; total, 193 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.,
109 King St. HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. Telephone 240. r
should be built by one who knows
how. I can manage the selection of
the best location, choice of mate
nals, nnd building of the court.
P. M. POND, CONTRACTOR.
ttOQOCSS9SS9QCSOGSOQ9SGG O '
A Lai'go A.ssortiuent of
PERSIAN LAWNS, INDIA LIN0NS, NAINSOOKS. ENG
LISH and FRENCH LONG CLOTH, and many new designs
in fancy WHITE WAISTINGS.
' NEW JAPANESE CREPES, for Kimonos Beautiful
and Aitistio; 30 in, wide, 25c per yard.
The MOTHERS' FRIEND PEA"L WAISTS for
Children. Very easy and strong, 35c each.
DIRECT0IRE CORSETS The very newest,
length and perfect fitting.
us Tftfcrmt nvwvgi; ,n, i
' m nl U i
ei. .r IMl