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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLUL0.T.- H.. FRIDAY, MARCH B, 1900.
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Vith wet weather comes cold, damp feet.
Apply VISCOL to the soles and uppers of your shoes,
and, unless they are actually punctured, they will shed wa
It not only makes the leather water-proof, but softens
and improves it. A so.'tcncr in dry weather,n water-proof-er
in wet. PRICE 35o A TIN.
McXner-ny Shoe 'Store
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX' 628.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. March 5. 1909
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I New Zealand I
Lamb, Mutton, Rabbits I
IN FINE CONDITION, ON ICE, EX MAKURA. NOT TOO
MUCH NOR TOO MANY. BETTER ORDER TODAY.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
2 Httwtt ft to .-.-..-
Ra riartatlon Co ...
Haw Com At Sun Co ,.
Hawaiian Regit Co.,.
Iloiiomu Sugar Co
HrMiKaa5Urar Co .
lUlkuSiif-rl-o .. ..
Htitclilton Sugar Plant
KMhtlVtt PlAtliMll'HI I
Kekalia Sua ' -
KliuliuluhuKir C-J. ..
Koloa Sua ar Co . .
McBryuAuKai Co .
fV.1.1. I. m In
I nmi S trar Co ....
Oo olaijar Plant Co
i.ji iK.ari.o un ....
I'anltau Sua;ar '""l Co
f'nclfir Sugar Mill . ....
I'ala Plantation Co ....
Peitffkro Sugar Co...
Wr-nuku Sugar Co , ..
Walmatinto Sugar Ci
VValmta Suga- Mill Co
lull r-h'inJ Stfam N Co
Hon H T I. Co Prel
lion K rit L Co Com
Mutual Tlpho-,e Co
Nahlku Rubber Co.
NalilVn Rubhrr Ce.Ai.
Oahu K ft I. Co
Hon B ft MO
Haw ailan PI ttamrie Co.
Haw Tata PC
Haw TtraK PC .......
Haw Tar K pc
Haw Gov t t pc. ......
Ca.BettSuift KtlCo (pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
l)pwr Pilch 6a
Haw Com ft Sug Co s pc
Haw Sugar Co ope...
Illlo" KCo C011 pc
llonakaaSuflt to CpC
Kahuku P.ant Cofi pc.
M'HrrnS Cn'aat. .
Oahu K ft LCo6nc ..
Oahu Sugar Co ipe ..
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
I'ac- Sue. Mill Co, Is
Pala Plantation Co . ,,
Planter Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua ftgrli- Co toe
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TS all ready for you a new, hand
some suit; and a smart stylish
overcoat; made for us, to sell to
Hart Schaffner & Marx
who make the best clothes in the
world. We've provided for all sorts of
appetites in clothes; we know we've
got what you'll like.
Single and double breasted suits; with patch, and plain
and plaited, and buttoned pockets; overcoats in all styles
long, medium, box and form-fitting; all sorts of good
things. Ready for you. Blue and black suits a specialty:
Prince Albert, full drcsj, Tu.xido.
T li I B Blurc 1 x tliu lioinc of
Marl HclititTiu-r & Marx cltitlicx
KING STREET near FORT.
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Sales Between tlonrits: 8 Hon, It.
T & L. Co.. I'M., 1102; 15 Hon II. &
M. Co., 122.50; 10 Pioneer, 1162.60.
Session: 98 Ohm, M.87H
t DlvltlentU Mnr. 5, 1909- Haw C. &
S. Co , 80c share; Onomca, per
cent; Ilononiti, per cent.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.705 cents
or $75.90 per1 ton.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
JPXT. TO V3UNO nLDG.. 176.190 KINO B-nEET
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL &. C0. Bsth. Maine ;
PARR0TT & 00., Sr, Francisco.
Good Folks TaRe
if s a Good Sign
If it's pointed by
The faint Shnn 134 King St
Sugar, 3.795 cts
Henry Wateriiouss Trust So.,
Memben Honolulu StocK and Bond
FORT AND MEhCHANT ST3.
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FIXED BY LAW
This Freak Originated
CHICAGO, III., l'eh. Ifi. What
l.lntl of li title slioultl a married man
State Senator Samuel A. i:ttelson
has been approached by many unmar
ried women, wjio say married men
ore constantly Imposing on them be
cause It Is Impossible from a plain In
troduction of "MUter" to tell wheth
er they are mnrrlod or not. Senator
Kttclson Is considering the matter of
Introducing n bill to settle the tiuei;
tlon. "The married man ought to bo seg
regated," said he,. "An unmurrlod
woman Is 'Miss;1 a married woman
'.Mrs.' That nrrangemeiit Is highly
satisfactory. t'ow, it the thing
works one wro why won't It work
the other! Let us differentiate no
tween the hcncdtctB and bachelors.
Let us make it n felony for u married
man to use a bachelor's title. Tho
change will be for the good of society.
It will be u bulwnrk for tho home. It
will protect susceptllilo unmarried la
dles. It will abolish at one blow all
the married flirts."
Honolulu CoiistruciL'ii ant! Braying Go,,
PHONE. OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154,
Fort St., Opn. W. 3. Irwin & r Ltd.
We do all kinds oT Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Hlack Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil. Eto SAFE MOVING A SPT
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Eulletin office.
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nient of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Old Ko'na Coffee
Fresh every day. Phone 22.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
(Continued from Paz 1)
vehemence. He said that, with the
bill wprded as It Is, there wou'd be
great danger of a universal abu&u
springing up, that many persons
charged with felony might plead pov
erty and thus have the Tenl'.ory pay
their uttorney's fees, and that there
were always plenty of oung luw
jcih ready and willing to be assigned
to such cases for tho experience to he
Action on the bill was deferred un
Disagree On Name.
Hoiiiie Ulll No. 37. reassigning till)
luxation, judiciary and educational dis
tricts of the Tcirltory, was held up
owing to a difference of opinion con
cerning tho proper nuine t'l one of tho
Maul trlaiigiilutlun stations mentioned.
Iloth SenutorH Katama and Coelho
wero of one inlnd concerning tho cor-
lectness of Iliu name appearing In tho
bill, but ItohliiBon was of n different
opinion i-n tho bill was referred buck
to the Judiciary Committee for farther
Senator KiiutUcn presented n petl
Hon from taxpayers of Kekaia, f&U
men, Kauai, unking for the appropria
tion of money to pmehusu u water sys
tem. Probate Abuse.
'1 lie Judiciary Committee made Its
I'tipoit on the number of probate casus
which It had been found were pending
In the courts aof tho Territory. Tib
loport Indicates that nn Inexcusable
state of affalis oxlsts In somo of thp
In oiio Instance, In the Second Cir
cuit, a ensa was discovered which had
been on the docket since 1888. Ono ef
fort was mnile several jears ago to
settle this case, but tho Administrator
failed to comply with tho order of tho
court lo (lie an accounting and noth
ing more was dono about It
Any number of cases dating back
ton years or more, with no evldcnco
(hut tho administrators had any inten
tion of settling up, were reported,
Tho committee, In its report, said
that apparently In many districts the
older of the court meant nothing, and
that the cases weio being allowed to
drag along without nny effort nt reach
ing a fecttlemi'iit. It was I ho recom
mentlntlon of tho committee that steps
ho taken at tmcu to bring some of tho
casc to a settlement,
JAPANESE OIL SHIP
The Toyo Klseti Knlsha oil steam
er, Soyo Marti, Captain T. Ota, from
I'eru, with C00O tons of crude oil,
arrived off port early this morning
nnd by 11 o'clock was nlongslde the
railroad wharf, where she Is taking
on COO tons of oil.
The Soyo Muni Is n peculiar-look
ing steamer with smokestack at the
stern. She Is three jears old ami
was built In imglund. The oil she
Is taking to Japtui will bo used by
tho Toyo Klsou Knlsha lino.
Captain Otn has been In tho cm
ploy of the company for twelve ycnis.
He first visited here on the Hong
kong Mnru when she mado her Hint
trip from the Orient to Urn Occident.
Ho was then second mute of that
vessel. When the Soyo Muiu wuu
bought by the comp'ifny. Captain Ot.i
was placed in commune! of jior. The
olltccrs of tho Hojo .Mnru are Captain
Ota, Chief Mute Nagano, Second
Mate Illlotsujnnngl, Chief Engineer
Tnkclchl. She will leave for Japan
tomorrow morning nt 9 o'clock.
Dig speculation planned in Brazil
ian coffee In connection with attempt
to have congress Impose ti duty on
No Renewal Covenant.
Senato'llill No. 48, eliminating the
covenant of renewal In the leaning of
government lqnds ut auction, ns fav
orably repoited by the Judiciary Com
mittee. A lengthy report, embodying
a legal opinion, wus Died by tho com
mittee. llouso mil No. ti, rearranging Sena
torial districts, paused first reading.
A lengthy communication from tho
Commissioner of 1'iihllc Lands, In re
spouse to tho Senate's request (or datu
on applications for puoiic lunus, appu
LOCAL ND SENERAL
All classes of servants read Bul
letin Want Ads. .So do all classes
Tin good unto hacks. Phono C.
I'., liwreiico is lsMlng Hawaii.
A clean city means a healthy city.
V. I.. Illlger and family will leave
on the Siberia foi Seuttle.
Among tho arrivals today from the
other Islands Is C. II. Hull.
Oysters as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
II. A. Duke of Seattle. Washington.
Is stulug nt the Moana hotel
Miss Madge McCuudless sailed today
for the Orient In the Ten)o Mnru.
Herbert Itoe, brother of William C
Hoe, has died In Ulrmlngliain, Eng
land. The Catholic halites' Aid Society
ulll meet nt the convent today at 3
Mrs. Kearns makes and packs Ha
waiian preserves; they are fine. Tako
Dr. IC. Yoshl7awn of Koua Is In
town, having urrhed today In the
Inter-Island and O. H. & I., shipping
looks for sale at tho I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n
office, CO each.
I! ou oro looking for nny nt your
friends go to the "Tfto Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
A. Haneherg, plantation auditor of
Hackfehl & Co., returned this morning
In tho Mnunn I.oa.
Mrs. R. II. Potter, of Chicago, nr
rived hero on the T cii)u Mam, and Is
nt tho Moana hotel,
J. P. Cooke camo back today from
Maul, where ho has been looklug after
some Important business,
.Mrs. (Jeorgo V. Dlener of New York
City arrliod here In the Ten)t Mni
and Is at tho Moana Hotel.
W. 8. and J. T. Spauhllng, who ar
rived here on tho Teno Mnru yester
day, are registered at the Young hotel.
The Chlnoso Student's Alliance of
Hawaii ulll hold Its numul meeting ut
Its hall on Saturday cvenng, March C,
Geoigo A. Ilalchclder, who Ikib been
a guest of the Moana Hotel for the
past month, will leae on the Siberia
for tho mainland.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised nt Us coollug
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., ugr-nts,
The members of tho Wnlnlae, Kal
niuki anil Paloln Improcineut Club
will meet at the home of A, 1' Cooke
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.
(,eo. I J, II. Ilaker, our new Auditor,
anil family have located down on the
bench near Mr. Coney's lesldenco.
They lme it nlco place. (lardcn
mom's sale of musllno underwear for
ladles has been one of tho most suc
cessful, front the purchasers' silnt of
view, that ho has ucr held. It will
continue this week.
A meeting has been called of the
stockholders of tho Metropolitan Meat
Company for Thursday, March 18. to
consider the proKisltlon submitted by
a number nl graziers to purchase soiuu
of tl;o assets of the company.
If every nronerty-owner and oceu.
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
iook as inougn it naa its. lace wash
ed, and the cost will be little or hoth
ing. Let's atry it.
Almost every veck of late Kauai
lias had n visitor representing firms
from tho Coast In search of now bus
iness. Some of the representatives
my tho are encouraged and will rec
ommend following up In tho future,
while others Bay that one trip Is suf
ficient. Onrdon Island.
Managor Vc)icr of I.lhuo plantu
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one can
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
To Thyself Be True
and' the rest will follow; you will insist upon having our
soda water on every occasion. There is nothing purer than
pure That's OURS.
Consolidated Soda Water orKs Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Thy Lenten Repast!
Burnham's Clam Bouillon, Eastern Ojstcrs, Mackerel in Tomato, Ba
rataria Shrimps, French nnd Holland Cheese, Lobsters, Olives, Imported
Dill Pickles, Little Neck Clams, Caviar, Seep Sea Crab Meat, Sardines,
Smoked Herring, Smoked Salmon.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
1G9 King St. FOOD CATERERS. Telephone 210.
in the corners of your yard should
be filled in. They are unsightly and
unhealthful, especially after rains.
Let me figure with you.
P.M. POND, Contractor. Tel. 890
ffltlnnu irrntltoil tlulKIt ri'IHHPll. mill
the reasons for refusal, was prosvnted. , tlon "A" ""'e many improvements in
Tho leading was waived anil tho com-.'110 wy ow """" Bate pillars,
implication was lererred to thu Print- fences, repaired plantation roads, ami
ing Committee. ' general given tho entire plantn-
Houso Hill No SI, relative to do-'Hon a nice, clean appearance. Tho
pendent and delinquent children, work of dealing a field along the
passed first reullng. bench of stono down on what Is call-
A recess was taken until 2 o'clock ed the "Marino Dilve" has been In
this nfteinoon, 'terestlng to watch, Garden Island.
Per SaSa Alameda
PERCALE SHIRTINGS A fine assortment, in stripes, fig
ures, nnd plain colors.
LINEN FINISHED PERCALES Of superior quality, figur
ed and plain 3G iinches wide.
STRIPED GALATEA Beautiful goods; for ladies' tailor
made suits, In Blue, Green, and Brown. Also a fine
assortment of narrow stripes for boys and girls,
ALL-WOOL ALBATROSS In Black, White, Navy, Lt. Blue,
Pink, Old Rose, Lavender, Copenhagen Blue, and Reseda
A Choice Assortment of LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
BEAUTIFUL RIBBONS in plain Noire effects and figured.
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