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RvTSNlNO nDLLETIN, UOKOIiULn, Tl II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. l." ""ft!)
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There is no shoe so good as the best.
Beware of the shoe that is said to be as Rood as some
. Buy a shoe that acknowkdges no equal.
fy When. you buy a ' '."
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HANAN SHOE j
YOU BUY COMFORT j
YOU BUY FIT J
?0U BUY QUALITY J
A Convincing Argument
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMElJ- AND UNTRIMMED
1023 Nuuan'u St.
(Continued from Pare 1.)
newly urrhed I'ortMKiiose. "Wo
iieoil mm fur other Mini of wnrl.,
lontrnclora, cnrpciilom nml dlvcral
llnl ImltiKtl lea. TuKcn n4 a whole,
this liuncli Ih much miiierlor to tho
Inbt, In so.iie recocts, inrcrior lit
others. Iiy that 1 mean thnt for fnrm
ork llioy Eceiii Inferior, for other
Kinds of labor I liaio mentioned, hu
licrlor. Wc bIiouUI make nn effort to
distribute them moro equitably."
Tradesmen Ainontj Them.
Jtr. mown kuIiI that ho hud no
doubt alter the examination' was
completed tli.it It would bo found
'Micro wore nil kinds of trades rep
icKentod umoiiR thorn, and ho bo
IIovik they Khoiild be Riven an op
portunity to seek tho kind or Jnliur
best IHtCil Jur.llicni-ln-nrtler tnlnaku
them useful cltlicns of Hawaii.
A Tedious' Job.
Tho work or cxamiulni; tho imuil
KranlH will probably contlntio nil
", mi- n is a biiiw piocess not only
for the questioners, but for tho new
nrrlvals, who nie backward mid un
wIIIIiir In many cases to answer
iucstlons, not understanding tho no
lesslty of sueli close scrutiny. As
fast as they nrp Inspected and passed
propel ly they will bo released and
cm accept the Mjsltlons waiting ror
them on plantations nml other
Resident Portuguese Turn Out
.No sooner Imd tho Swnnlcy dock
ed cstcrday than tho resident Tor
ttiRiicso besan miniating toward the
water front. Ily the time the SOU
odd ti.iKteiiKcrn weio corralcd with.
In thu ImmlKiiitloii station, a noisy
ciowd of their t'ouutonicn weio
clamorliiR outside, demaiidliiR their
lolcise. They lescnled tho Inspoc
Mon by tho ImnilKiatloii officials, and
finally tho pollto wero stimmonad to
Tears and Laughter.
All of the human emotions were
lepresenlcd nmoiiR theso peoplo, He"t
diiwn In n new land, fnr fiom that
-f their natlvo birth. Hero stood n
joiiiir girl, her big brown cjes tilled
with tears, null wondering why she.
was being questioned and stored at
by tho untfoimed men about hor.
l'crhaps sho had parted with a lover
In tho old country, porhaps sho
missed a mother. There stood a
bashful joung fellow, dressed In odd
lookltig dollies that might uao
beun pulled from somo ancient chest
ol past ceiituiles, trjlng to make up
to Ills joung wife, with whom ho
hail beon cioss coniliig over, and In
her aims crooned a tiny baby, not
knowing tho cause of all tho confu
sion, but suro that Its mother's nrms
wero about It. Hero an old couple,
passing rapidly down tho lano of
life, trembling with now emotions
nml oxpettnnuy of tho peaco nml
happiness that perhaps will bo tlnlr
own in tlili. now land 'of llbeity and
Minshlnc, They all seem fairly
cheerful, hopeful and aro anxious to
get to work ns enon (ng posslblo In
order to try out tho experiment of u
I ow niul better citizenship.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
J " P!y.P.fv!si.ftMii,ii ,.
fl. rV, yeu l. Vn'j".' fcbTyK
' ---p '! tuiuu na will wmilV tell
iil'jW V'.,I''!J l"Cl. wy.U,fJCalllor"l"
..nVr.VL.vi' " . "' """"" i.aniornu
JM;,, wifniWgrounJunl orillnc In
rfll lli Calif irnla oil tlel.lt. w, ,andla only lclil
nwu rraulclj,u. mi Invlui iht.moti ihorousli In
)litalton rite tniiy for IM ol JlvlJ.nJ-nivlnir
ctiirge for iNrvtf montln,
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & I0N CO.
166 Geary St. Sn FraeUco, Cal.
YOU BUY SATISFACTION
A Guaranteed Fact.
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Shoe, Slo re
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If You Want
,, to buy, sell, or( rent
IF YOU WANT
j to borrow.
I on Real Estate
"Pratt, the Land Man'
125 Merchant St.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Eethel.
FOR SALE AT ALL BASS
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Soecialist,
1151 Fort Street. Odd. Convent.
-U Honolulu, - H ,
I'ux ton Icr pips; choicely bied; well
marked; biiltablo for Nmas picscut.
Enrpilro W. C. Wcedon. P.O. Box C3S.
IIoiiiui plegmiii, puiu-bred, choice, btids.
xi each, ?10 per ilnzzun. JCiitpilru W.
C, Weoiion. P. O. IIox CCS,
Contents of fern houso, cheap. Call
on Miss Johnson, Foit sticot,
near Vienna Iiaker 4390-tf dh
Thrto iiiiluiulclird rooma foi hun-i:-
Jccjilnc, clnsle or en .ultc 17&0
Klnc Dt. Pawaa Junction.
PORTLAND, Oli80ii may bo lliq
dostluutlon of thu Norwegian stoaiu
rhlp Sclja. which la expected here from
China nud Japan ports on or about
December 28th This vosaej li biln
lc,- about nltten hundred, ton, ol or
Alfred D. Cooper,
Cable and Wireless Addrese
Weetern Union and Lleber'e
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON"-LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
107 Judd Building
Telephone 489. P, O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker.
83 MERCHANT ST. ' '
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 688.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wodnoscliiy, Dccrinber IS.
NAMB OV STOCK.
C. Drcwor S.C(
I a Plantation Co
Ma .v. Com. ft, ..'iik. Co. , . ,
i nnoinii rinsn Lc,
llonokua Sugar Co
llutcblnsoii Sit&ir Pliint. ,
Knliiikii Phint itlon Co. .. ,
Kokahn Gugar Co
Koloa Sui?ar C )
Mcl!r do Su;a r Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onoiiira Biigar Co
Ooknla Sugar Co
Olaii Sugar Cc. Ltd. ......
Paauliau Sugu Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
P.tl-l Plnntatton Co
Popcoken Simnr Co
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walltiku Eug.ir Co
Wnlnianato Sugar Co
Walnfca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Intor-Islaud SttMm N. Co.
Huwall.tn Klcttrlc! Co. . . .
Mon,Il.T.&L Co.. Pitf. .
llcn.P..T. &L Co. Con:. .
Mutual Tolvpliono ())....
Xahlku Rubber Co.,
NablliU Rubber Cu, Ass. .
Oahu H. Si L. Co
llawrllnn Plniapplo Co. .
Haw. Tor. 4 fl'IroCI.) ..
Iiaw. Tor. 3V47, ,
Haw. Gov't. GX
Cal. licet Sug. & Rcf. Co. C
Haiku Sugar Co. 6
Hainalcui Ditch Co.,
Haw. Irr. Co., Cs 45; pd. .
Haw. Irrr.tu. Co., Cs
Haw. Com. & Sue. Co. 3X
IlllnH. It. Co.. Con. fit ...
Houokaa Sugai Co., fi ,.
Hon. IL T. & U Co. r. ...
Kohala Ditch Co. n
Mcllode Sugar Co. Cs ...
Oahu II. & L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. G,
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. C,
Walalua Agile. Co. 5 ...
,192 1-2 20O
14 I 2
I00 3 4
Sales Iletwren Hoards: in Uwa,
132.7.1; (15 Haw. Pino. Co., $:::,; .",0
Haw. Pine. Co., $:!I25; IiHl'JU lll'ii R.
R. Ch (II 1C) $100.25;' 2000 Jlllo It. II.,,
.Memo. Tho dltldends of Onomea
Sugar Co.. hao been fixed, at tho nito'
or 50c per shnro for tho first quarter
Dh blends Dec. 13, 1909: Hawaiian
Sugar Co. (reg.) 30c share, (special)
COc share; Oahu Sugar Co.. 30c share;
O. II. & I.. Co., 7c. sharo; Walalua
(Reg.) 75c sharo, (special) $1 tharo;'
Pcpcekce, $1 tdiaic.
Litest sugar quotation 4.17 cents or
$82.'40 per ton. 1
Sugar, 4.17 cts
Mmbtr Honolulu StocK nd Bond
FORT ANU MERCHANT' 8T8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND DROIOSR.
Member Hunplulu fHoik mil UunJ
81S EshuEinu 6tttdt.
lental freight for Honolulu; Tbo
uh'utiier ami her eurgo coma consigned
to tho agency of H, Haekfeld & Co.
Thu tesscl will remain nt tho port for
n few days only before rosumlng her
trip across the Ktclllc ana to the no.-th-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I ll" v.
'The BUIU tin's . Big Nickel
Scratch Pad It tne oiggett five cent
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Flno copperplate cngrmlng and
1'ilnjlng nt Ileakbane's, Tort Blieel.
llollyborrlcs for Christmas mo on
sale at Mrs. Dlckerson's, Sachs, I1IU.
T. II. Pctrlc of Castle X. Cooke
leaus on the Lurllnu for u round li. j
The band "Ml bo on tho uharf .it
tho falling of tho trauspoit Logan this
For a good reliably auto, call up
Phono G09 and get Joe Lcars seven
Salads scrreil with light lunches at
the Ilnlllmoro Cafe, Fort street, con
tain tho best of everything.
Spcclnl rehearsal of Clnlsliiias
music nil) tako placo nt St. Andrew's
cathedral nt T:30 this ocnliig.
The bridge at Kahana was opened
for traffic today. It dias been closed
for sotno time undergoing repairs.
Xmas cards, calendars nud sotiU'tilrs
at Hill's cuilo stores, cor. Alakca and
Merchant Sts. and Postofllcc Line.
12. Cottrcl was fined four dollar. at
tho Police Court this morning for tool--lug
on the wlna when the hottlo nn
Colonel Snm Parker will depart for
Washington, the National capital, on
next. Monday. He ylll sail on tho
C. I'lynn, a well known plantation
man from Pnhala, Hawaii, Is In tnw.i
en n( holiday and will remain over II. 1
the new jear.
Tltiio spent r.t the I'.Hilon Saloon Is
time pleasantly spunt. This plnrc Is
fomo times known na (ha ''Two Jacks,"
Hotel pear Koit ftre?t.
E. 13. Williams a phimlnent iitlorney
of Portland, Oregon, nccompanlrd by
his wife. Is stopping nt tho Courlland,
whera they will remalu over the win.
If you have our typewriter re
paired or cleaned ou will always take
jour machines to tlic'm In future, for
their work Is guaranteed. Wall, Nich
ols Co., 'Ltd., Is tho place.
Deputy Collcctois- of Internal Rev
onuo Ralph Johnstone and J. Walter
Doyle left In tho Manila Kea j ester
day tof Hllo'to surcy tho enlarged
S'errno rum 'distillery.
On uccoimt of Illshop Rcstailck's
illness," tho opening of St. Andrew'n
Priory IK postponed. Cards nf Invita
tion have; already been sont to patutim
r.nd friends and due nutlro of the lUtc
or opcnlnK will bo given which !ll
tako place nn mon as tho Ilbliop Is
restored to his usual good health,.
This evening lit thu Mcthodlht
chinch, corner of Ilnrctnnla and Miller
btrevtH, Rev. John W. Wndnian, sup
erlntcmlent of Methodist Missions, will
glo nn account nf his recent tour on
the mainland, lialng been absent near
ly four months and traveled s fnr
east ns Philadelphia. Tho service be-
Rlna nt 7:31. All aro welcome.
1 1 ' (
Is Drawing Near
"JVTlN always' appreciate useful articles for Christmas. That's
why so many ladies may be seen during any hour of the
day buying attractive gift things in our store. If you want
something real handsome in Neckwear, this is the place to buy
it. If you want Suspenders, Hosiery, Collar Hag?, Handkcr
chicfsBelts, and many other things men care for in the haber
dashery line, this is the place to get them.
Ours is a truly remarkable stock, and we want every lady
to sec it.
Editor K v o 11 1 11 g II u 1 1 0 1 1 n :
Apropos of tho question regard
ing coastwise shipping laws suppos-
oil to bo up for discussion by jour.
to-called Civic Federation, it casual I
obsorver can seo untight but Ignor-
nnro und Ingratitude. Do they, tho
members of this federation, ccr stop
to think allowing their wishes wero
granted, which Is out of nil reason
wherein would they better their
As Is well kliown, tho Pacific Mall'
S. S. Co. would not stop hero or nt
liny other poit If they did not makti
HHinni' liv- .... .Ifilii,. if...., . t,... i
happen that there nio 0110 or unoro
steamers laid tip In Oakland Creel.,
Cal ? Did tho Oeeanle 3 9. Co., or,
to bo more plain, the Sprcckcls, did
thoy get three new steamers built
east it few jc.irs ago merely to rest
In portT ir tho old companies cnn-j
IlOt m.ll.n n fnft- nfurn nt, tl.Al t.. '
vestments, how do they expect, now
lines to come hero?
You would limit ourselves to ,lnp
U earners, as the P. M. Co. would
A Grand Showing of
Good Goods at Reasonable Prices
. ,', jt would be indeed hard to find a better selection of HANDKERCHIEFS than the fine line wefira
v; cried, direct for' Jhe" Holiday trade. Any style of HANDKERCHIEF can be obtained here from Medium
to fine, Hand Woven and Real Lace. We have Handkerchiefs in great variety for Men, Women or Child-
len, from !!5: bo:: to $5.00 each. ' , " ,
1 , r - a '1
,, Nenny everything one can suggest for a serviceable present, including FANCY BAGS, MANICURE
SETS, TOILET SETS, FANCY CUSHIONS, PURSES, HAT PINS, WORK BOXES, SHAVING SETS, AR
NOLD'S SAFETY RAZORS, SMOKERS' SETS, BUCKLES, JEWEL CASES, ALBUMS, ELEGANT COMBS.
Etc, Etc. " ' -T f , ' '. v, ,
UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES
The very' iatcst m Long-Handlc Sunshades. Very nobby, in Grec'n, Red, Tan, ' Chnmpacnc, .White,
Navy, Etc. '
MEN'S GOLD MOUNTED SILK UMBRELLAS, IN HOLLY BOXES, $6.50 to S15.00.
ON SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME ON MONDAY , . . .
EXPRESS SHIPMENT EX LURLINE '
Advanced ,'styles in LINGERIE GOWNS . .- , '....S1Q.00 to S40.00
The Latest Creations iri' WAISTS, no duplicates S10.00 to ' S25.00
LONG WHITE WOOL SWEATERS, new styles .;. -....i... $12.00
NEW MOIRE RAIN C0ATF, in five colors. Specialr value . ., $18,50
toys; tdys! toys': " " ;
The Best and Cheapest Linj 0f DOLLS in Honolulu. "See our window." Wonderful values, lOo
lo S10.50. . - , VH
SrRONG IRON WAGONS $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3,00. " -
WTOELBARROWS $1.25, $1.50, to $5.00. ,
looTBALLS-i.Ot. jisu. .200, $:!ao. ?JW to.puo. f
V 't1 C" 10YS c( alra".t;janl'il-'n'1 "',t' Wjr prlct Crom oc-fof Boy or Girl. , , , '"
Winviieyour tAtJTI A 1PQ '&'
iuspeotiou CJ VJLVJT XJLXH lO Strcot
cnll only' when 'business was large
enough to mnke It pay.
Even allowing jou get better ser
cc which ou will not In
enso of war, which may arlso nt any
time, what would your position be?
One of our lines nn enemy, tho
others neutral. No service. What
1111 unenviable position. How long
could jou exist?
Did you slop to think of the ex
pense tho government would bo un
der to charter or seize essoin to
send supplies to jou after you had
done all In jour power toiscnd what
lew vowels ily the flag off the ocean?
Tho writer has seen tho same con
ditions In Manila on account of the
Iguoranco of eoiiio of our law mak
ers, who believed free trudo with tho
Islands would emite too much com
petition with cheap labor.
The conseqiicneu wns, except on
warshipt or transports, you could
not t-r,. our- ling afloat. German
mid SpniiMi vessels did all tho trade,
which goes to show how men with
good Intentions may err. You, know7,
or should know, nml bo do tho steam
ship companies know that It would
not pay liny lino to run extra steam
cm here for tourist trade only. H
jou think different, why not build
0110 or two boats. You might get a
few more tourists and your caravan
saries a few more guests. m
It Is to bo deplored that a peo
plo tho United States has done so
much for should try to crowd our
vessels off the seas, while the peo
ple on tho mainland aro doing mil
In their power to obtain n ship sub
sidy to try and Increase tho number
of osscls. It's nn object lesson:
Indeed, II shows what brand of citi
zens wc have in Honolulu
Incredible to think, jou also ex
pect tho marine engineers to cut oft
their dally support to voice jour
whims. I would think jou had bet
ter judgment,. You wniit to placo
them In the fabled position of tho
man killing tho gooso that laid tho
golden eggs. For colossal gall unil
braien effrontery jou certainly 'aro
entitled to tho plum.
Honolulu, Dec. lt.Tjop,
nilLLGTIN nR paV -Wff
OltEEN CHRISTMAS TREES
Put your order in now.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.