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RVENINO BtJLLBTm. flOMOMTMI. T. H.. TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 1909.
G if Is (or Father, Grandfather. Brother,
Uncle or Friend
Black Kid, Buck Lined
Inlaid .With Snake Skin
Come and See These
Mclnerny Shoe Storc
One Trial W;ill irnM M
That our all-hand work system gives the beit flniih and the leut possi-
lible wear on the garment.
TRENCH LAUNDRY.. J. Abadie. Prop. 258 Beretania St.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable andVYIrsrae Addreaa
WttUrn Union and Lleber's
Hawallin.Slocks and tands ;
" Boight and Sflld -' i
LOANS MADE ON LISTED ,
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Member Honolulu Stock and j
307 Judd Building.
Tolophono 4H. . 0. Box 07.
P. O. BOX IM.
Honolulu Stock. Exchange
Tuesday, December 14.
FROM AZORES FOR
HOMES IN HAWAII
uy.-nnd moat, 4050 pounds beans, S000
on'nds potatoes, 1028 pound" checso
mil 2000 pounds sausage. The vessel
also had other equally largo stores In
Mock which were not consumed on tlia
(Continned from Fen U
Llilp called at I'uenta Arenas, or San
)' rolnt, the last port visited before j trip,
entering the South American strait and Tho Immlginnts dlspla)ed n ducldcd
to that point e.eryllilui; was going well j preference to the substantial! of life.
eti board. ( itIiey,aro said by tho Swanlc) s stow-
Three Death, Eight' Births. " aids to hare spurned such delicacies
Three deaths and elKht births oc- as bologna snusago and r cheese, but
etirred on board the Swanley on thek went veiy strong upon beef and pota
io) ago from tho Azores to the Hawaii- loos. Thu ship's baker and his staff
i-il Inlands. For the first few duys prcpatod over, twelve hundred loaves
out' from Mcderla the weather was cold of bread each, day for tho company,
and stormy. This cauced some minor Thu menu served each meal abound
elckneBB among the little folks' and ed In good wholesome foods. While, a
mveral were l down with .colds! and fair nercentaeo worn troubled a Kood
catarrh trouble. Of tliq. three deaths part of the trip with mal do incr,'(tliere
tf nil were Infants and under two tears was n sufflc'lent crowd on hand three
of ago. I times each .day to cause considerable
The general health of the Imml- cgltatlon In tho ship's galley around
(.rants was a'dy looked ,nfter byv'twooboiit meal time,
experienced medical men. Drs. Hit- Swanley May Bring Mpro. -
Mill and Oasrar remained with the i more .Is a 'general.. Impression that
NAMD OP STOCK.
C. Drewer ft Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co ,
Haw. Com. A ug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co. ..'...
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Srgar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekaha Cugar Co
Koloa Sugar C
McBrydo Suga r Co
Oahu SUgar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Cd. Ltd
Mourner throughout the entire passage.
These men, with tho assistance of two
trained nurses, Misses 11 do and Met
calf, attended to tho wants of an av
erage of thirty patients dally. Most
of tho ailments requiring attention
fiom tho staff, were of a minor natuio
mid It Is due in a great measure to the
vigilance of the ship ofllccrs In main
taining a satisfactory sanitary condi
tion on board, that nothing of a serious
nature In. tho in ay of disease visited
the steamer There was a generul
medical Inspection of tho seven htm
drvd odd Immigrants at three different
poriods of the voyage. Bach day the
reueral health of tho Immigrants was
torefully noted after a thorough tour
if tho b!iIi. Tho ofllccrs report that
I ho moral discipline of tho immigrants
wuh excellent and good conduct of the
Portuguese characterized the voyage
throughout its entirety. Captain Steel
uod his staff of officers were ever "
,lhe alert with tho Interests of their
lassengerB at stnke.
Sanitation and Health.
At tho commencement of the trip
tlxteen members of tho crew wore de
tailed to Keep tho decks clear of rehire.
j Clennllneos was demanded in over) In
lustnnco. Disinfectant was scattered
about tho desks and -In the bunks with
innllary lavlshuesB. Tho officers de
flare that even while tho ship was
tdcamlng through tho several days ot
nnnly wtutlior .which usually prevails
near tho Magellan Straits,. and It was
fpund necessary to keep the ieoplo
below decks, pure and wholesome air
was maintain!. Tile Swanley Is pap
ticulurly lUted for the work of carry
ing largo numbers of immigrants. Sho
Jc likewise admirably arranged as n
transport or troop ship. She Is pto
tided with ample entllatlon, which u
it prlmo necessity in the movement of
Htidi largo numbors of persons,
Tito stork displayed no partiality lu
I'Ih distribution of lulanls on board the
Swanley. Of the eight births on tho
trip four wore of male persuasion wth
1111 equal number of females.
Luxuries Not Wanted..
Luxuries were spurned by tho Por-Jugu-eso
Immigrants on their trln to
IlnwaU. -The. ship's stores were more
than nmplo for sustaining twice tho
I'uniber pf, people brought by, the Swan
ley, Captain Steele arrived hero with liU
revision lockers jammed with ul
forts pf edibles. Ills store list at the
conclusion of the voyage this morning
ihowed on hand a large quantity of
food stuffs. There was 33,000 pounds
of flour, 9240 pounds hard bread, C000
pounds salt beef, 200 pounds salt pork,
7000 pounds sugar, 14,000 pounds poul-
the Swanley may'he chartered to brine
another .delegation of Portuguese tu
Hawaii. Captain Stoele is very nnv
ions to got uway as soon as possible.
His vest el Is being handled through
tho agency (of Thco. II. Davlos ft Co.
and It Is his intention to proceed to
Now Zealand iiorts and from there lie
will tako on a general cargo with des
tination as the Continent and thu
The Swanley Is a flno'lypo of frelgh
ei and transport. She appeared In
lather unfavorable light-this morning
ufter her long voj ige. Her decks were
more or less littered and tho sldca
tho wed tl(e need of uu Application of
the scraper and ulnt brush.
The vessul 1 tGlO tons gross and
2907 net tons register. Sho Is 330
feet In length, G) feet broad and bus
n depth of 30 feet,
Satlafiad At Treatment,
'rjofnro leaving the vessel a nitmbcr
or tho Immigrants volunteered oxpres
ilons of appieclallon over the treat
ment that they had received at Die
hands of the rhlp's officers. Tho new
arrivals doclate that they were well
satisfied with Ihe food gUen them and
tho many courtesies shown by thoso In
Choi go of tho expedition.
It was a ii'ctiiiesqiie crowd that
sn armed the iorwuul und after decks
of tint, Swanley as Hid vessel drew up
al tho Channel wharf, Assorted big
gngp, personal ami household efforts
woio, piled bUI .awaiting the attention
of tho quarantine and customs officials.
Many of tho young women in tho
party wero exceedingly comely, Thoro
was a wide arlety in tho. plcturesquo
garb worn by Hie now arrivals. Many
nppenred to hnvo ransacked tho fam
ily treasure chests for antiquated ap
parel. Immigrants Are Not Broke,
Scores fljed down the gangway bear-
Ing among their .effects roosters and
arlegated hied birds of raro plum-
fee. The -.llye stock brought by itho
Immigrants 'will faugo from cuts to
parrots. The men and .heads pf fam
ilies are evidently well supplied with
funds. Tho ship's officers state that
tho Portnguo8o have gold and silver
coin in their possession of tho mintage
of most every nationality rcpresentoi'.
on the continent of Europe.
Now Await Employment.
The Immigrants now await employ,
ment. They 010 at present lu churge
of the territorial Immigration author.
Ities and after disembarking fiom the
bwuuioy wero taken to tho detention
station, where they wore subjected to
me usual questioning and examlnatlop
irom immigration inspector Haymoud
C. Drown and his staff ot officials,
Paauhau Siiku- Plant. Co.
Pacific Bugar .Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Popeekeo Sugar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlc Co
Wfclluku Sugar Co .-.
Wnlmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Strain N. Co.
Hawaiian Electrlc,Co. . . .
Hon. R.'T. ft L Co . Pref. ,
Hon. R.T.&.L Co. Com.
Mutual Telephone r.o, ...
Nahiku Rubber Co ,
1 Paid Up I
Nahiku Rubber Co., Ass. .
Oahu R. ft Li Co
Hon. R. ft M. Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Haw.Ter.4 IFire CI.) .
Cat. Deet Sug. ft Ref. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. 6?;
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Gs
Haw. Irr. Co., 6s 45 pd. '.
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., Cs
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co. 6
Hllo R. R. Co., Con. 6 ..
Honokaa Sugat Co., 6 .
McDryde Sugar Co. Cs . . ,
Oahu Sugar Co. S
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. Cs . . . .
Pala Plantation Co ,
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc. Co. 5 ..
LOCAL AND GENERAL
' T7 iyr .THH I
Tht B u 1 1 0 1 1 n'l Big Nlcktl
Beratth Pad la tfio siggatit flvi cantt
worth of ttf vor afrod in Hono
lulu. Blx ff ttiontrori tsuanor.
. J ,1 . 1
Mrs. Dlckerson, the milliner, Sachs
Dldc., gives trading, stames with cash
For a good rename iuio, can up
Phone 609 nnd Set Joe Leal's sc en
seated Stoddfird. '
'Salads' served with light lunches at
the Baltimore Cafe, Fort street, con
tain the best of everything.
JCrnsa cards, calendarsjmd souvenirs
at Hill's curio stores, cor. Alakea and
Merchant Sts. and Postofflce lane.
Coat your Iron roofs, with "Arabic,"
You wlllvba surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co , agents. -
If you have your typewriter re
paired or cleaned you will always tako
your machines to them In future, for
their work Is guaranteed. Wall, Nich
ols Co , Ltd., Is the place.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust
Company will lease a- room on the
second story of .the Campbell block
for the purpose of holding- directors'
meetings In, .
There wilt be a regular bimonth
ly meeting ,of the Chamber of Com
mercetln their rooms In the Stnngcn
wald building tomorrow. President
Morgan will be In attendance.
There will be a meeting, of tho
Manoa Valley Improvement Club
this evening at the home of Judge
Cooper ut balf past sevon. All
members are requested to be pie-v
A wide strip of land has been do
nated to the Catholic church nt
WnlkIM by, the trustees of the I.I-
lluokalanl estate, , This will be
highly apprt) lated hr the mem
bers of,tbe congregation, as It will
make a'lilco entrance avenue to the
church from Kalakaua avenue.
Water colon., of .southern and
northern California .scenes will be
on exhibition,-at the f rpon of the
Kllohnna Art League nxt,,Haiurciay.
On this day a reception wl be held
from 8 to )0, at which, Miss Julia
Raymond will be introduced. Miss
Ramond.ls an artist in water colors.
At a meetng-theld last week by
the Lei Aloha Chapter of the O. 12.
S. No. 3, the fallowing officers were
elected: , Sister Dlalidell, , worthy
matron; Brother uarry, wormy ma
tron: Bister Llshman, associate ma
tron;. Sister Howard, aecretar.; Sis.
ter uarry, treasurer; , bisier aoum
Alllster,i associate conductress.
Some twenty hew arrivals regis
tered at the Young this morning,
among whom are: Captain and
Mrs. C. C. Wallett ot Schofleld Jlar
racks. A. It. Oreenwell and T -Farlane
of Konn, MrsTTyw Hrls
tol and Mr. and Mrs.iA- J Hovers
dorr of Chicago, III ,' Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Pickett cf Schofleld Itarracks,
Mal. A. E. Truby. MaJ. W. 8. Wooer
Robt. Wlnth'ron, Paul Douglas and
iVO.U can't be better dressed than we'll dress
you, no matter where
aa"t4 TaBBsnBfnSaiBBBBVsTaij "-i m LVNb
mAVmKlamuyifStaMlBiiM!B3m Will J
company you appear. There are no
clothes in the world to good in qual
ity, tailoring, style at our ipecial
HART SCHAFFNER &
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clothes. We have all the prepare,
tions made to supply you with dress
clothes, evening 'and dinner suits;
Frince Alberts) cutaway frocks; the
ery latest models; $35 to 60.
We'll satisfy your needs also in fine
overcoats for business nr dress;
and everyday suits of all styles.
This store is the home of Hart
Schaflner & Marx clothes.
King, 'near Fort
OBfTrlfM hj Brl tt.ta.TMr w
CAIIF0EN1A OIL DIVIDEND.
tt.tr LISTED DIVIDEND PAYINd CaltfomU nl
ktthkt. Mainytif tht I Me J ttucka pay on mnj
two rrr Ont irwinUily dlvUthit. By purchtlnf
lltJ ttxkA you fain tII ny -lav you wUh. Yuu
(an lnvt lari t or f r all umi. Wc will rlaJIv If II
you about thi lltiti itoctt or any othf r California
oil ttockt, , W art on Ittt grnuni ani opfratlnf In
all the Ci llf ml oil llId. M hanJI only Itgltl
natt fropbttkMi ani Invltt tht tnott thonouKh In
vcttlfailon Writ "Jjy fr IM ot JlvlJenJ nijlne
Slockat and qootilKrtf, which will 4)i Irt ol
etiartt fur thrr imioth.
LINCOLN M0ETOAQE & LOAN CO.
160 Geary St.- i San Francisco,' Cal.
Calendar Salesman Wanted Tho
most progressive Art Calendar
Company In' the United States,
operating the largest and best
equipped, plant, of Its kind lu the
"world, wants a representative In
the Territory of Hawaii. Only a
flrst-cldsa man who can furnish
unimpeachable references will bo.
considered. Exclusive , cop
righted line. Every subject own
ed or controlled by the company.
Line also Includes an up-to-date
series ot monthly mailing cards
and blotters. Address nt once
with references, Stjles Manager,
The Gcrlach-llarklow Co., Jollet,
IH.,iU, 8. A. 4491-3t
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
I bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 180.
Pratt, the Land Man
Has the choicest selection ot lands
in the Territory to offer to tboae
wise people who want to "net in od
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 dis
cuss land transactions (as you nat
urally will), you will be saying, "I
could have oouRht that place in '09
for less than half that price, but"
Don't be "asleep at the twitch,"
but get r "move on" right now fand
buy one (or more) of the following
1. Seaside properties, frontages
to suit: the best investments in the
Hawaiian Islands today,
2. Residence properties on the
Makiki and Punahou foothills, -the
"Nob Hills" of Honolulu.
3. Some of the choicest proper
ties on the Makiki Plains: houses.
I lots, locations and prices to suit your
taste ana.oang account.
4. Highest 'grade V agricultural
land on Oahu, Maui and other is
lands; sire, location, prices and
terms to suit.
S. Several leaseholds covering
summer (and it's lwavs summer in
Hawaii") homes and revenue -pro
ducing smaii farms, in tne ..valleys
6. Nuuann Valley villa sites; and
7. Other properties too numerous
For detailed information, prices,
etc., apply to .
"Pratt, the Land Man"
129 Merchant Street
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
LEADING HAT CLEANER8.
1 J - r
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
1 . -,. Blocked,-r , . t 1
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
, FELIX..TUHR0.. Socialist,
1154 Fort 8treet. 0pp. Camvent.
,.. l , Honolulu, T,.H. .
Sales Detwccn Hoards: 23 Ewa.
$32.7'.; 20 Haw C. ft S. Co., I37.S0;
100 Hllo R It. Co, 113; 10 Ewa I32.7G;
,100 Honokaa, U0.7G; 20 Honokaa',
$20.7r; 10 Haw. Sug. Co, 5I Ses-i-lon:
6 Honokaa, $20.75.
Sugar, 4.24 els
Beets 12s 6d
'Mambera Honolulu Stock and Bo
FORT AND MBHCHANT BTB.
. . . v.. .iTlLWHONE 7
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND, BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
t Exchaafti '; ,
846 Kahumaan Btreet.
Tills It Ms expected will require 0
dny or two to complete to tho satis'
faction ofltho govornoient, ,
Tho party will bo cared for and
provided with a place to sleep, tho
Territory having, arranged for tho In
stallation ot beds In tho inauka end ot
tho Channel wharf building.
Thoso of tho new arrivals who ex.
proes a desire to take up work ou tho
arlous pluutaflons ot the Islands will
lo given an opportunity after the Fed
eral officials huvo flulsbed with their
A Grand Showing sof
Good Goods at Reasonable ,Prices
It would be indeed hard to find a better selection of HANDKERCHIEFS than the fine line wo im
ported direct' for the Holiday trade. Any style or HANDKERCHIEF can be obtained here from Medium
to fine, Band Woven and Real Lace. We have Handkerchiefs in great variety for -Men, Women or Child
Ka,,frojn'29o'boxjto $5.00 each. . , " '.''
Nearly everything one can suggest for a serviceable present, incl uaing FANCY BAGS,. MANICURE
SETS, TOILET SETS, FANCY CUSHIONS, PURSES, HAT PINS, WORK BOXES, SHAVING SETS, AR
NOLD'S SAFETY RAZORS, SMOKERS' SETS, BUCKLES, JEWEL OASES, ALBUMS, ELEOANT COMBS,
.Etc-, Eto.j '
UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES
The very latest 'in. Long-Handle Sunshades! " Very nobby, In Green," Red, Tan, Champagne, White,
Navy, Etc. , '
,. -MEN'S GOLD MOUNTED SILK UMBRELLAS, IN HOLLY BOXES, .$0.50 to $15.00. '
ON SHOWFOR THE FIRST TIME ON MONDAY
EXPRESS-'SHIPMENT EX UURLINE
Bulletin Business Office Phone B5&
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IBs.
Advanced Styles In LINGERIE GOWNS $16.00 to
The-Latest Greations in WAISTS, no duplicates $10.00 to
LONG ..WHITE .WOOL SWEATERS, new styles
.NEW MOIRE RAIN COATS, in five colors. Special value
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
The Best and Cheapest Line of DOLLS' in Honolulu. "See our window." Wonderful values, 106
to $10.60. ? 1 .-
1 ,-.) STRONG IRON WAGONS $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3 00.
WHEELBARROWS $1.25, $1.50, to $5.00.
FOOTBALLS $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 to $5.00.
HUNDREDS of TOYS of almost any kind und any price from 5c for Boy or Girl.
We invite your
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