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, EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., rillDAY, DEC. 10, 1900.'
Fashion Sways Us AH"
An ultra effect in men's 1010 button boot.
Tan,' Willow Calf. Inlaid Swcre Top.
Scalloped tip and bark stay.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Could you think cf a more cheerful gift than a beau
tifully framed picture? We could not when buying for
the Holiday trade, and this perhaps accounts for the
choiccncss of our stock. You will find views here for the
parlor, dining room, library or bed room in plain and gilt
frames that will excite the admiration of your most criti
cnl friends. They give satisfaction as Rifts, too. The
prices on these pictures .will satisfy you as well. They
vary from 75 CENTS UP. '
Wing On Chong,
Between King and Hotel.
POLICE COURT NOTES
It look Judge Andrnde JhbI kovpii-
ll't'll minute t lllspOSl! of lllO CUM'H
on the polltu court calendar this
morning. I'our Chluesti who woiu
up for running laundries without n
lleoiut announced thul they had pro-
rurcil the necessary papers, ami tho i
.Indue left thuin on with tho costs '
of rouit, which aiiiiuintd tn $2 each.
Joo Kurnijp, who hud already heuti '
fined for assault and hattery, was up
for had language, and tlin Judge, i
thought a suspended benlence would '
ho enough, to gnvo Jot) thirteen i
Alcku, who ni'ulo quite a .biicc'css-
I ill effort along tho btwuo chewing i
lino, faced tho music this morning'
and wiih fine I four bucks for his 1
lapso from sobriety.
, Harry lluclf, who had a four-iotind
(;o with his wife and managed to do
her up piotty hadly, nppeured be
foio Iteferoe Andrade this morning,
and the Judge -thought $11 would
ho uhotit tho light unioii.it for Harry
to pay for his fun.
Wong Yok Chin was acquitted on
i chargn of perjury, as the evidence
against him was very weak.
Consul (li'iicrnl Ujono will give
niiollipr dliiui'r tonight at his resi
dence in honor of Their KxcelliMichM.
Ilnroii and llniouess Uehlda, who
leave for thu States tonionow morn-
lug on tho Tonyo Mnru.
Auioiig tho Invited guests will ho
M. Tokledn, manager, of tho Yoko
hama Specie Hank, and Dr. I. Katsu
M, who retuined yesterday fioni Ja
pan. Ur. Katsukl, who has heeu the
attending plislelu .of Consul Gen
oral Uycno dm lug his illness after
the aiitoinohlle accident on the night
of Delegate Kalanlunoalo's reception
Ic tho Congressional party, Is a closo
friend of the Consul.
HOBDY TELLS HOW
TO KILL M0SQUTI0S
(Continued from I ase U
ties to cow ilu '.Miter contained In
I lien) places with a thin film of oil.
Under UiIb head would eomo traps In
Bin face drains, thu gutters nlmiit the
i uvea of houses and the entrance In
those mains which curry off surface,
Proper steps nio "being taken by tho
United States lln.ud or Health and
tho Marino llospllul Servlco repieten
tatlves t,o prevent the lutioductlon of
qiiarnntlneiihlo diseases from vessels
tluuiigh tho medium of Infected mos
quitoes, so that the general public need
have no fear from ouuldo rontaglon."
When asked what p.ut tho peoplo
of Honolulu should taku In this cm
(.ade agal'iiGt the postB, Dr. Hohdy had
this to say: "Any campaign against
mosquitoes miist ho preceded by u
campaign of education, To ho suc
cessful, Kiich campaign must huvu tho
co-operation of the Individual house
holders. This campaign cannot In1
reeuicd unless theso householders
icallzo tho dangers that may result
fiom tho pioseuco of mosquitoes, Such
ii campaign must ho persistent and
long rnullmicd, Spasmodic effoits
will not piodiiee Dig deslied results.
To this end, frequent Inspettlons. by
thu llnaiii of Health representatives,
will ho nceessary la order to maintain
aii efficient stnndaiil of policing or
Bulletin Business Office Flfone 25Q
bulletin Editorial Itonm Phone 185.
JUDGE WHITNEY GOES
BEFORE GRAND JURY
(Continued from Page 1.)
delinquency act, wcie allowed to re
main on tho downtown streets until
a Into hour, a number of them ton
giegatlug about a moving picture
theater,. Many of tho cafes of de
linquency that have been brought
before tho court hnvo been traced to
tho Inllueneo of the collection of
jouths and boys who frequent the vi
cinity of tho theater during the
It Is understood that tho recoui
menihitlons that will ho mndo by
Hie (Hand Jury In its lOpoit will be
towiud giving tile polliu needed di
stinction In carrying out the Intent
of the law.
ACCOUNTS OF DAVID'S
ESTATE ARE FILED
(Continued from Parte 1.)
A number of charges were Included
In tho complaint against Colburn filed
by tho attorney for Krnger. Ho was
alleged to liavo fulled to care for tly
best Interests of thu estatu In his cus
tody and coutiol and that altliomjh tlin
Krnger claim was a prefened ono ho
refused to pay It,
January 15 hue been set as tho dale
for thu heating or tho petition filed by
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Addrett
Western Union and 'Lienor's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
. Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LI8TED
Member Honolulu Stock nd
207 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX G28.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday December 7.
nami: OP STOCK.
C. Ilicwer & Co
Kwn I'laiitatlcu Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com h fug. Co. . . .
1 lononiu Sugar Co
1 lounkaa Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar l'hiut. .
Kahtiku Plantation Co. ...
Kekaha I'ugar Co
Koto.i Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. ......
Ouniuen titigar Co
Onkala Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd
I'aaiihaii Sugv I'lant.Co.
I'alu l'lnntallon Co
I'epeekeo Sugar Co
Walalua Agric. Co
Walliiku Sugar Co..
Walmaualti Sugar' Co
Walniea Sugar Ml 1 Co. . .
Inter-lslatiii Steam N'. Co.
Hawaiian WcclrleCo, ...
Hon. It. T. Ail. Co.. IN if .
lion. P..T.&I. Co. Com. .
.Mutual Telephone- Co. . . .
N'ablku Itubber Co., Ass. .
Oahu It. & 1 Co
Hawaiian I'lneapple Co, . .
Ilaw.Ter. I' (KlioCD ..
Haw. Ter. I
Ilaw.Ter. 4 i
Ilaw.Ter. 3 ',4
Cal. licet Sag. & Itef. Co.
Haiku Sugar Co. 6
Hnmakui Hitch Co.,
Upper Ditch Cs
Haw. lrr.Co..Cs43"', pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., (Is
1 law. Com. & Sag. Co. B
HlloK. 11. Co.. Con. 0 ...
HimoknaSugm Co.. G ..
I Inn, II. T. ft U Co. n 7 ...
Kobula Hitch Co. lis
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Oihii H. & I.. Co. 5
Oulnt Sugar Co. 5
I'ac. Sue. Mill Co. Cs
I'aln Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 0
Walalua Agrlc. Co. & ...
)2 5 J.l
.17 1-2 J
Sales L'otwecn Boards: J3000 Me
Ilrjdo Cs, JS9; 20 Hwa, 132.75, Ses
clou, 15 Olaa Ifi.SO; C Paauhnu, $20.
Memo, Dee. 10, 1909 On Dec. 13,
tho capital stock of Pala Plantation
Co. will bo niadu $2 230,000. Monthly
dlWdeud beginning Jan. 1, 1910, 73c
On Dec. 13, tho capital slock of Hai
ku Sugar Co., will bo made $1,500,000.
.Monthly dividend beginning Jan. 1,
1910, 73c. per share.
Tho Honolulu llruwlng and Malting
Co. has declared a special dlWdeud of
30c per bharo, payable Dec. 23, 1909,
DMdcnds Dec. 10, 1909: Pnaiihau,
COc. share: Wnllukii, $3 shnro; Hutch
lusnn, 20c shnro.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
buy LISTI II PIVIDINt) PAYINCS I'nlllnrnU l
il.Hk. Many nf lliesu IUIi-4 kl.Kkv ry " .e2
twii ntr rent iimtillily UivlJrnJs. by ruriliaklni;
lUltvi ht.icks yiu can tell jn Jay oi uish. Yoii
can lnct largf rt himll Hum. Wrwlll ilajlvtrlt
)ihi about tlt lltlfj tncV. r any ntvr Calilnrnla
nil fcttkkt W are on t!i gronnj unj or-rratlng In
all Hit California oil Ik-lilt. W hanJI only leeltl
mat rroltlnii anj lnll Hie most thorough In
tettieatlon Write to4ay tor tlt ot JlvlJt-ni palnj:
tocke anj quotations, uhlch u Hill fn4 mt ot
charge lor tlin? months.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
1UU (lea 17 St, San Francisco, Cal.
Latest sugar quotation 4.315 cents or
$86.30 per ton.
SiiRar, 4.315 els
Beels 12s 6 3-4d
HENRV WiuBIH TRUST CO.
Wsmtitr H'jnolulJ Stock nd Bond
rORT ANU MERCHANT 8T8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BR0XER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
niunk hooks of all sorts, ledgers
ttc. manufactured by tho flulletln
da' lluhlng Couiuuaj
"OU'LL find more good things
here ko give as Christmas pres
ents for a man or a boy than you'll
see anywhere else; things that will
give pleasure and that will be' sen
sible at the same time.
' Cvflrtlfll !o )
IUith.kl.iit & tari
' ' , We've a lot of Hart Sehaflncr & Marx fine clothes to show yoii; and a Tucilo
suit is not a common gift for Christmas, you'll find anyone you give one to very well
pleased with it; and with you. Such a gift will cost you $40.00 to, $45.00; best
money's worth you ever had, Mike yourself a present of that kind.
. We have some very fine neckwear for you; 50 cents, .75, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00,
2.50 and" 3.00; always acceptable; no man ever his too many neckties.
Dressing and bath robes, $5 to $15.00; collar bags, $1.50 to $3.00.
Knox hats, E. Sc W. shirts, fancy hose, men's gloves, umbrellas; iand
all the little things that careful dressers Want. They're inexpensive
here; and good.
s 1 oggery,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nickel
Scratch Pad Is tne oiggest five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Tliero Is a IiIr out In iilanos for
Christmas trade prices' at Hie Thayei
Pratt, the Land Man
Has the choicest selection of lands
in the Territory to offer to those
wise people who want to "Ret in on
the ground floor'' and invest before
prices rise all along the line.
In a very short time, when you
meet a friend, and commence to dii-,
cuss land transactions (as you nat-l
urally will), you will be savintr. "I I
. .j 1 . . . -..... . -.
Mrs. nirkcrsnu, tlio milliner. S.ulis could have bought that nlace in '09
Hldg., gives tiaiiliiK stumps with cash for less than half that price, but "
purchases. ' , Don't be "asleep at the switch,"
For a good rellablo auto, call up Dut fct a "mnvr nn" nVVif nnw Anrl
SS55 &S$r J0 U'n''8 8VU'n- SeoSeTofTheSXwiS
On Sunilny, tho local hand will ho ')ro1pertjM ! . . .. , .
with tho National Cluard at Kaplolanl . .tSeaJ"d PWpertWi. frontages
I'ark attending drill. J? sui,V the,b"t investments in the
Thero will bo au election of officers " IjlnndS today
at tlio meeting of tlin Honolulu Scot- , . ""Wence properties on the
tlsh Thlstlo clnh tonight. Sk!kit,?1niP'Jn5hou,f?othill, the
Snlads sorved with light lunclivs at "h """ 1Iono!ul,u- .
tlio Daltlmoro Cafe. Kort street, con- .. J onit of the choicest proper,
tain tho host of overy thing. r J1" ?n e Makiki Plains; houses,
Xtuas cards, calendars and souvenirs I0" locations and prices to suit your
at Hill's cuilo sttves, cor. Alakea and tasie a"? .Da"k account. ,
Merchant StB. and I'ostofflco lano. . 4: "'B'1"1 S"ad,e aencultural
Hnvo your hat cleaned for Xmns. and on Oahu, Maul and other is
We can make It look ns good as new. lands; sire, location, prices and
Export Hat Cleaneis, opp. Club 'C""5 8U,V , , ,,
stalilos. i " Several leaseholds covering
Stanley lleardnioro. for. several years 5?mm.a?d iX's alaV summer in
a member of tho otiico stuff or Theo. "awa ) homes and revenue pro
Ii. DaWes & Co., Ltd., siiccteds Mr. duclnR small farms, in the valleys
Utile as bookkeeper at Walalua 'plan- near Honolulu,
tation. I Nuuanu Valleyvilla sites; and
Uioen btanips aro given (free) when ' 7 .!her Properties too numerous
you pay cat.li qt the stores. Call at to mentlon.
tlio show rooms'aud boo what you get j For detailed information, prices,
for Green Stamps, The thn,wiooms etc., apply to
uro on Ilerutaiila, at I'ort. 'iin , .
If you havo onr typewriter re-. "Prfltt. tile Lanfl Mail
paired or cleaned im will always tako' ' H,fc uu,,u "lo"
your maclilnes to them In future, for Tel. 602. 125 Merchant Street,
their wmk Is guaranteed. Wall. Nlth- V. 0. Box. 451.
ols Co , I .til., lb t)io place.
If You Don't Know
That our todu are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in r. class by ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHIIEFF, Manager. Telephone 71.
At a meeting of Honolulu Command
fry No, 1, K. T., hold last owning, tlio
following Sir Knights were olertod lit
H'tvh for tho ensuing year- r.mlnciit
Commander, A. M. Men III; (leneralls
fclmo, J S. McC.mdless; Captain Ueii
oral, A. I.euls, Jr.; Senior Wniden,
I'M win Hughes; Junior Warden, J. II,1
M. Maclean! Treasiiier, David H.iytou; '
Itocordei, J, I). Tucker...
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No AcMs Tld. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Snecialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu, T. H.
MT BULLETIN ADS'PAY -
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty ,and
usefulness, Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties. Among the articles that we are showing are dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy when you see this display. We
invite you to call.
WING WO TA1 & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
One Trial Will Convince You;
That our all-hand work system gives the best finish and the least possu'
', stoic wear uu iiic gurmcui. .. ti
rRENCH LAUNDRY. J. Abadl;. Prop! 258 Bcretahia