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"NONE SO GOOD"
There ! no ihoe to good
Beware of the ihoe that
Buy a ihoe that acknowledges no equal.
When you buy a
YOU BUY COMFORT
YOU BUY FIT
YOU BUY QUALITY
YOU BUY SATISFACTION
A Convincing Argument A Guaranteed Fact.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
lowest Prices on trimmed
1026 Nuuanu Bt.
-t r ,
RECOVERD AT SEA
Salvage People Regain
Tho blK bU-Ioii anchor which v.rn.
brought down from lliu coast Bomo
tluco -enrn aK at tho tlmo tlmt thu
Paclflc Malt liner Manchuria won a
lirisnner on tho reels at Walniuualo
uud which is claimed hy tho Miller
SnhuKo Compauy, an Jaiporiant. factor
In tho sahagu operations which finally
tucceoded In releasing tho UrlllBli ship
Oltlc Chief from her uncomfortable
iiml daiiKuious position on tho torul
Hour tho entrance to the harbor, haj
just been iecoercd.
Tho nnclior Is said to be one of tho
Urgent In the Hawaiian Inlands. It
lirnmlnently floured In tho operations
if the Kalvagu company towarJn tho re
floating of the distressed Urltlxh ship.
In fact tho libel for (20,000 which has
been tiled with tho Federal court Is
moro or lesb batted upon the part tlmt
this anchor played in tho release of
the Celtic Chief.
"In these stirring days when libels
are bo freely mentioned and Hied It Is
utrango that wo Ijear so little of tho
part that tlio little German cruiser
Arcona played In tho salvage of tho
Celtld Chief," was the comment made,
by nn old waterfronter this morning.
"1'erhaps you didn't know that the
real strain upon the stranded ship
caino from that lusty war vessel." Tho
A r con a broke threo steel cables dm
iui; tho time that sho had lines on tho
Ilrltlsh ship. One of these was a five
Inch cable which flnaly.snappel under
the torrltlc exertion put upon It by the
powerful engines of tho Arcona. A
four-Inch steel hawser belonging to
, thu Celtic Chief wt.nl the samo wjy
wlillo'n three-Inch line did not long
withstand the strain biought to bem
'I believe In giving the dovll his
due," continued the old salt und al
though thu Gorman government nuy
not prets a claim for salvage, novel
MheleBs let credit bo given whoro cred
it, Is due. ,
"Had tho services of the Arcon.l
Loon denied In this Instance where
would the Celtic Chief havo been to
day? Tho fact that tho Oerinan skip
per put down his anchors, kept his
chain taught, and at the samo tlmo
maintaining a Arm and tense lines
upon the partly beached ship, had
much to do with her sibling off Into
deeper water at midnight when
tho tide was at Its highest."
To save the remnant ot tho Sioux
tillm of Indians from extinction by
consumption and other diseases, a col
ony of tho Indians will bu established
In Nicaragua early In tho new year on
16,000 acres of land granted by tho
NEW - TO-DAY
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if You Want
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on Real Estate
"Pratt, the Land Man'
129 Merchant St.
REGAL 8H0E CO.
FOE SALE AT AIL BARS
All Kindt of Hati Cleaned and
, Blocked. .
No Acldi Usel. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, SnecialUt,
1154 Fort Street. Odd. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H.
Tho Aimtio-lliingarlun government
makej Inquliles regarding tho
whereabouts of n certain Samson or
Samuel Weiss, Hungarian, who left
homo thirty years ago. Information
left ut the Austro-Hungnrlan Coi
ihiIuIh vy til bo welcome.
Honolulu, December IB, 1909.
Plump chickens and suckling pigs
for the holidays at McQulre's,
Wulklkl. Phone 8G3. 4493-121
Two hatpins nod coins In box, on
Malklki road. Return to this of
"Anyway," runurked lliu ntorallier,
"Justice Is bllud." "Ves"ieJolued thu
demoralizer, "but not so much so as
the deluded man who uoes to law
with tho lileu that ho Is euro to gut
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
ALDYKE8, HONOLULU. ,
Western Union and Llsber'a
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
height and Said
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
107 Judd Building.
Telephone 48. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
IS MERCHANT IT.
PB0KS C19. P. 0. BOX 818.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday, December 16.
NAME OP STOCK.
MKltCANTII.K. nid Asketl
C. Drawer &C(
Ea Plantation Co i 32 1-4
Haw. Com. ft hk. Co.
iiawauantiiiEi.ru) j j.jj
IIUUIIIUll OIIKU V.I'
Itonokaa Sugar Co. . s. . .
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co. ... 31
Kekana lu0ar Co 175
010a augur si
McDryde Suqar Co 5
Oolm Sugar Co 32
Onoinea Hugo Co 49
uoxaia sugar 1.0
Olaa Sugar Cc. Ltd
Paauhau 8uga' Plant. Co. lb
Pacific Sugar Mill ....
Pnia Plantation Co , ..
Peiieekeo Sugar Co :15s
Pioneer Mill Co 186
Walulua Agrlc Co J119
wnnuKii augur to
Walnianalo Sugar Co. . . ,
Wolmea Sugar Mill Co. .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co,
Hnwullan filettrlo Co. ... 150
Hon. R. T. & I. Co., Prcf. . 102 t-i
Hon. P.. T. ft I. Co. Com. . too
M utiial Telephone Co. . . . o
.vaniKu imuueruo ,
Nahlku Kuhher Co., Ass,
Oahu 11. & U Co 145
HlloR.lt. (Jo 13
Hon. D. ft M. Co 311-2
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . . 29 1-4
Cal. Ileet Sug. ft Kef. Co. 0
Haiku Sugar Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6s
Haw. Irr. Co., Gs 45 pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Haw. Com. ft Sue. Co. 5
Illlo H. 11. Co.. con. ox ... lcoi-4
HonokaaSugai Co., 0 101 1-2
Hon. k.t.&uco.ox ..
Kohala Ditch Co. Gs....
Mclirydo sugar Co. vs ... nn too
oaliult. ft u co. 6?. .
Oahu Sugar Co. 6 ..
Olon Sugar Co. C ...
Pac. 8ug. Mill Co. 6s .
l'ala Plantation Co. . .
Pioneer Mill Co. 0
Walulua Agrlc. Co. 5 ... ico.1fJ.--.----
Sales Between Boards: $5000 Haw.
Irr. Co., Cs, $99; 10 Haw. Sug. Co., $33;
50 Haw. Ag. Co., 1265; 1C McDryde,
$0.75; S McDryde. $5.75; S McDryde,
$5.75. Session: C Oahu R. ft &!.. Co.,
$140; $4000 McDDdo Cs. $99; $1000
McBryde Cs, $99.25; 10 Wnlalun, $120;
10 Onoinea $50; C Hutthlnson, $17.
Latest sugar quotation 4.17 cents or
$82.40 per ton.
Sugar, 4.17 cts
Wsmbera Honolulu Stock and Bono1
FORT AND MIHCHANT ST.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND 110SX1.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND,
Buy LISTED DIVIDENO-PAYINO C.llloml. ol
ttoikl. Many ot thttt IlitoJ .locks py m a4
two rrr cm. nuUil? JIvMcnis. By purcilnf
ll.iel itcHk.ynu cm Mil .ny diy you l.b. You
en Inv.kt Uric, or i.UI tuuit. W. will rliily toll
oil .tuck . Wt irt on iht rrouni unJ oper.ttnr In
(II the Cllll .ml. oil II.IJi. Wi li.nil. only 1.(1(1
nut. rropvhltloii. nJ Invlt. tht hohl thurujth la
vr.tlE.tlon Wrlu tJ.y for IUI ot dtvUtna-itaylnir
(tuck. ni quoutlon., otilih ot will (nt of
(hart for lltrM montlit,
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
146 Qeaiy St, Sau Frauclsco, Cal,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nickel
cratch Pad le the otggoit .five cent
Worth of paper aver offered In Hono
lulu. Blx of them for a quarter,
Fine copperplate engraving and
pilntlng at Deakbane'e, Port stiet.
Hollyberrles for Christmas are on
sale at Mrs. Dlckerson's, Sachs. Uldg.
For a good reliable auto, call up
Phone 609 and get Joe Leal's seven
Go to the Walklkl Inn for a swim;
best bathing on the beach. No coral
and flno rait for bathers.
Salads served with light lunrhes at
the Baltimore Cale, Fort street, con
tain the best of everything.
Xmas cards, calendars and souvenirs
at Hill's curio stores, cor. Alakea and
Merchant Sts. and Postofflce lane.
Coat yoilr Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co , agents.
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This place Is
some times known as the "Two Jacks,"
Hotel 'near Fort street.
Try some of the Vienna nakery's
Boston b')wn bread and Boston baked
beans, Will be delivered to residences
upon telephone order. Call up 197.
Thoa. F. McTlghe ft Co.' have one of
the finest assortments of table wines
and liquors In the city. Call up Phone
140 and get a trial order.
Two massive 'concrete-Iron water
tanks have' been placed on the
highest point of Diamond Head.
Force pumps will keep these tanks
Clyde Wright, the post plumber
at Fort Bhafter, who was seriously
Hurt a few daV3 ago) Is mending rap
Idly and wlll hi on duty In a day
or so. ' ,
If you havo your typewriter re
paired or cleaned you will nlwajs take
your machines (o them "In future, for
their work Is guaranteed. Wall, Nich
ols Co., Lid., Is the place.
Mrs. John Fassoth 'of Walmea was
the hostess at a delightful evening
party attended by about forty guests
from that aide of the Island on the last
Saturday In October. Garden Island.
At a meeting of the Teachers' Asso
ciation, held last evening at the Mc
Klnley High School, the salary nuen
tlou was taken up and threshed around
for awhile. Details of the discussion
were not given out last night.
A member of the Bwanley's crew,
which recently brought the Immi
grants from Madeira, Is Mr, Vascon
relies, who was at one time a resi
dent of this city, following the
trade of baker In the Punchbowl
Miss A. M. Aheona died yesterday
at her home In Kapaluma. 'The fu
neral services will take place at 2
o'clock toinorrow'nfternoon ar"8llva'i
undertaking purlors, and the re
mains will bu sent to Illlo on the
steamer Claudlne for Intermeit.
The boat sails nt S o'clock the same
We invite your
Is Drawing Near
TVTEN 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. K you want
something r6al handsome in Neckwear, this is the place- to buy .,
it. If you want Suspenders, Hosiery, Collar Bags, Handker
chiefs, Belts, 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 see it.
SILVA'S TOGGERY, on
BVT FEW PORTUQUiSE
(Contlaoed froa Past 1)
greet tbolr relatives or friends In the
The scenes of disorder ami hoodlum
Ism which characterised yesterday's
gathering near Iho Immigration stntlon
were entirely lacking today, A suffi
cient guard was maintained at tho
gates to prevent a repetition of tho In-
clplent rioting of the day before.
There was no opposition offered tho'pleted the work of tabulating his re
Portuguese, who after having finished port upon the Swanley Immigrants, It
with the Immigration officials, went
over to the headquarters of the Plant
ers' Association, seeking employment.
The new arrivals by tho Swanley arc
not very keen upon accepting employ
ment on tho sugar plantations. At
nnnn trwtav loaa Itinn nno.fnnrfh nf iha
entire number of Immigrants had slg-
n I fled their desire for taking up the
work of cultivating sugar cane. I
m inose wno nave enrouea ai me.m a imiht niuuii iivrcviuuKU ui wu nn
office of tho labor bureau of tho Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Associationall
expressed a preference of taking up
their labors at fewa or Honolulu plan
tation. They declared that (bey do
not want to go to the other Islands and
If thero was nothing doing on the Oahu
sugar estates, they would then endeav-
A Grand Showing of
Good Goods at Reasonable Prices ,
It would bo indeed hard to find a better selection of HANDKERCHIEFS than the fine line we im
; erted direct for the Holiday trade. Any ityle of HANDKERCHIEF can be obtained here from Medium
to fine, Hand Woven and Real Lace, We havo Handkerchiefs in great variety for Men, Women' or1 Child
ren, from' 25o box to $3.00 eaoh.
NearW everything one can luegeit for a serviceable present, including; FANCY BAGS, MANICURE
SETS, TOILET SETS,' FANCY CUSHIONS, FUSSE8. HAT FINS, WORK BOXES, SHAVING SETS. AR
NOLD'S SAFETY RAZORS,' SMOKERS' SETS, BUCKLES, JEWEL CASES, ALBUMS, ELEGANT COMBS,
UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES .
The very Uteit in Long-Handle Sunshades. Very nobby, in Qreen, Red, Tan, Champagne, White,
MEN'8 GOLD MOUNTED SILK UMBRELLAS, IN HOLLY BOXES, 86.50 to $10.00,
ON SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME ON MONDAY
EXPRESS SHIPMENT EX LURLINE
Advanced Styles in LINGERIE GOWNS '. . $16.00 to $40.0b
The Latest Creation, in WAISTS, no duplicates $10.00 to $2500
LONG WHITE WOOL SWEATERS, new styles . .' ' $1200
NEW MOJRE RAIN C0ATF, in five colors. Special value' JS
TOYS! TQYS! TOYS!
The Best and Cheapest Lin. of DOLLS in Honolulu. "See our window." Wonderful values, 10c
to $10.60. ' ' ' '''?
STRONG IRON WAGONS $1.25, $1.00, $2.00, $2.00, $3.00.
WHEELBARROWS $1.25, $1.50, to $5.00. T,
FOOTBALLS $1.00, $1.60, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 to $5.00. t
HUNDREDS pf TOYS of almost any kind und any price from 5c for Boy or Girl. '. ,
Attn,. r w w
or to seek other lines of employment.
The plantation shed and grounds
swarmed with Portuguese this morn
ing. There was no opportunity for the
agitator of the disgruntled residents to
get among the Immigrants and thereby
sow seeds of discontent among the
new arrivals. Those In charge of the
plnnters' labor bureau believe that
they can And places on Oahu planta
tions for the number who have already
' applied for work.
1 While Inspector Drown has not com
Is understood that many of the Import
ant trades are represented by the Por
tuguese, He finds many of them have
declared themsehes as proficient aa
carpenters, brlcklacra, stone masons,
gardeners, farmers, vlneyardlsts, mil
slclnlis. Iron worknm. machinists In
fact nearly all the trades being well
represented. From what can be
gleaned from the investigation, there
migrants who are particularly adapt
ed for the work on a sugar plantation.
Because of sickness which promised
to develop Into something serious two
small children were removed, from the
detention station this morning and tak
en to tho hospital, where they will
celve more satisfactory attention.
The general health of the Immi
grants Is good. Tbey make lusty In
roads upon a large and substantial ar
ray of provisions three times each day.
In spite of tho largo number of
people maintained at the station the
quarters occupied by the Immigrants
were found to be cleanly and excep
tionally well ventilated. The nlr wa'i
pure and wholesome and not the least
taint of objectionable odor could be
detected. The station Is provided with
all the latest appliances for maintain
ing the highest degree of sanitation.
The floori'are kept sprinkled with a
disinfectant that while leaving no
odor of Ita own' teems to almost Im
mediately purify the air.
At the present time the representa
tives of many alien races find a home
ot the station, Including Japanese,
Chinese, Filipinos, Koreans, Russians
and the Portuguese. The nationalities
are assigned separate quirt ers and
there Is apparently the best of feeling
between the ltttlu cosmopolitan groups
awaiting a final disposition by thu
Federal immigration authorities.
Him "Why does a woman seldom
go to a man for sympathy la her
troubles?" Her ''Because she doesn't
ie-lcare to risk accumulating a lot of new
i- i v,