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EVENING BflLLETTN, HOttOLtitO, T. H FRIDAY, DEC. IT, 1009.
"NONE SO GOOD"
There ii no ihoe $6 good ai the belt.
Beware of the shoe that is said to be ai (food at lome
Bay a ihoe that acknowledges no equali
When you bny a
YOU BUY COMFORT ' '
' ' YOU BUY FIT
YOU BUY QUALITY
YOU JUY SATISFACTION
A Convincing Argununt' A Guaranteed Fact.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMED' AMI HMTRIMMED ill
1033 Nusanu St.
tt Saturday's I) ii 1 1 e 1 1 n' Is the tt
tt iaor that jou must have. tt
U Tomorrow's lsiie will tell the tt
tt story of the recently arrived tt
tt tourjst, over eventy years of tt
tt ago, who has ilonu most remark- tt
tt ulilc round tije-lsland walking tt
tt HtunlH just for the ' pleasure of U
rt the tram). tt
tt Mrs. Oraco Tower Warren will tt
tt review the nrt exhibit of Miss tt
tt ItBymoml. tt
tt What's being ilono on the er tt
tt tension or the 1 1 Ho Hallway will tt
tt bo told In nn Illustrated article, tt
tt Those Interested In what Is tt
tt going on In Federal circles will tt
tt probably be surprised at the In- tt
,,tt tjtructlve facts brought out In tt
I tt the retlew of the tremendous U
tt amount of public work now bjulng tt
tt carried on by Inn Government, tt
tt All the social doings of tho tt
tt week and something of what Is t" tt
tt be found In the stores n the way t
tt of Cli'rlHtmaHBUKK''Htlohs!' " tt
tt Usual Saturday Ii it 1 1 e 1 1 n It
tt stories of lighter vein and for tt
tt children. - tt
tt ' And you must alwas read the tt
tt II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n If jou want tho'nows. tt
DOWDELL ROUNDS OFF
HALF CENTURY AT SEA
(Continued From Pece 1)
United Siatcs'Army 'transport 'nuford
and spent flvo years In the troopship
aervlcc. First Assistant Engineer Slili
man bus been amiolnted ns Putter's
Chief Engineer Shlpman was ad
llscd by wireless shortly after the
Alameda sailed, of the doatli of his
wfe. Tho nous came as a great
shock to tho well known officer.
There was a severe electrical storm
prevailing soma dlstnncn nu-nv fmin
tho Alameda on Wednesday night ac
cording to the report brought down by
I). 12. Uaxter, the: wireless operator of
tho steamer. Uaxter states thai (lio
idiock was of sufficient magnitude to
put the Alameda wireless out of com
mission for the night. He finally got
Irito communication with the Enter
prlso and tho operator on Hint vauuM
Btated Hi it lid had received a serious
fcliock from the apparatus because of
the storm. Tho Alameda managed to
keep lu constant touch with u number
of stations and vessels during tho the
The Alamodu Is scheduled to sail
for San Francisco on Wednesdn)
There was a hrgo number of re
turning kamaalnas 'on the Alameda
who have been on business or pleasure
tours to tho mainland.
A. J. Campboll, who was appointed
ns special agent to represent the Ter
ritorial Immigration board Incite' ef.
foils io gathor laborers from tjio
Aiores, has returned by tho Alameda.
The Portuguese who urrlvmi hum
few daya ago" by tho Uiltlsh 'steamer
mvawey were the results or the in
criililnic efforts of, Mr. Campboll. C.
Harf.V.lflllM, 111 I WlAnl Mn..U..n.
vho has been spendfng some weeks
on the I'aclllc slojie.
After an absence of noarly five
JoiirB, the grcator part of the tlmo be
ing spent In J'orto Jllco, J.tM. Ituddl
man has leturned to Hawaii
Archie W, AdaniB, the secretary of
tiD Hawalluu Pineapple Company, Is
buck from u successful business trip
tp the States. Hu u accompanied by
Mrs. J. C. Castner Is the ,wlfe of
Captain Castner, and returned from a
plensaiit visit to tho mainland.
aeorge II. Fulrchlld, the plantation
niau, also rturned by the Alameda,
If You Want
toibuy, sell or rent '
IF YOU WANT
on Real Estate
"Pratt, the Land Man"
125 Merchant St.
DIampnds and Jewefry bought, sold
and exchanged.' j Carlo, Pqrt St.
A St. touls College medal, with
Horry Y., Abong engraved, on
buck. rluward for return to 83
Merchant St. ' 49't-3t
Scissors, knives, ruzors, saws, lawn
mowers giaund mid sharpened;
good woil.. 1'ione 1101, ' Cor.
Kliinu uud I'HKol Sts, 4494-lm
NEW - TO-DAY
Stop Paying Rent
.HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 053. 83 Merchant St.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlraleis Addreto
Western Union and Llebsr's
Hawaiian Sticks in Bonds
'liukt aki SjU
LOANS MAOp pN UTJD
Member Honolulu Stocjc and
07 Judd ulldliB
Telephone t. P. O. Box M7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stjck ifitf BgnJ BrpRcf,
ekonk eia. ' '" r. o. box wit.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, December 17.
NAME OF STOCK. '
C. Drewer & C(
Ev. a Plantation Co. . . ! . . ,
Hawaiian1 Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. ft tf ug.'Co. . . .
lliwallnn 8uiar Co.'
lli.noirtu Suga Co'.
Honnkaa Bugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kshliku Plailutlon Co. ...
Kekaha Cugar Co?
McDryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Ookaln Sugar Co .'
Qlaa Sugar Ccj Ltd
Paauhau Sugsf Plant, Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill .;...'..
-i'.ila Plantation Co
Peieekeo Sugar Co
lltrinnA Mill r-i
Wulnlain A win f,.
Walluku Bugar Co! '. '.'.'.'. '.
vv niuiunaiu ouiar ai. . . t .
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Bteani t). Co. -Hawaiian
Rlectrlc Co. ...
Hon. n. T. tt i. r.a. Prof .
Hon. It. T. ft I. Cv. Coir.. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . , .
Nahlku It libber Co ,
Paid Op i
Nahlku Kubb?rCo Ass. ,
Oahu R. ft U Co
llon.Y). ft M. Co
Hawaiian PlneapidoCo. . ,
Haw. Tor. 4 (Fire CI.) ..
Haw. Ter. 4 V. . .','
Haw. Tor. 314Z
Haw. Gov't. 6
Cal. Ileet Sug. ft Iter. Co. S
Haiku Sugar Co. 0
Upper Ditch ua
Haw. Irr. Co . Cs.45 pd. .
flnw. Irrrrln Pi Ra
Haw. Com. ft Sue. Co. S
inio it. ii. uo con. u ...
Honokaa Sugai Co., Ii ..
Kohala Ditch Co. Cs
McDryde Sugar Co. Cs . . . ,
Oahu Hiiimr Pii. G ...,'
Olaa Sugar Co 0
rac: mil?. Mill co. c
Pala Plantation Co. .7. . . .
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
W I 4
Sales Detwepn Boards: 10 Haw,
Sug. Co., $52 SO; 35 Bwa, $32 ?5; 10
Pepetkeo, $1C0. Seisjon: 10 Kekaha.
$J0O; 10 Walalua. $)l50.
Lattst sugar quataton 4.17 ctnts or
J82.40 pr ton.
Sugar, 4.17 cts
Member Honolulu Itock and Mend
' Bchina. " ": '
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tt a number of 11 u lie tin readere tt
tt for a Saturduy delivery in Mauoa tt
H Yaljey, the Hiillptin has so-tt
tt cured a special carrier who will it
tt deliver the Bulletin any U
tt where In the Valley or Collogo M
tt lllbj District on Saturday after- tt
tt ' Hegutar nubscrlbers who uu- tt
tt uully get their paper down town tt
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STOCK f AND BONO UQXB,
Member Honolulu Stock tad Bond
848 XahumMK Jtreet
The Bulletin'! Big Nickel
Scratch Pa U rte Pifjeet five cent
Worth tt paper jiver offered In Hono
lulu, fclx of them fof a quarter.
Fine copperplate engraving and
piloting s.t nenkbane's, Fort slreet.
Automotlles hack rates, Empire
atand. Phone 213. Bethel ami Hotel.
Hollyberrles tor Christmas are on
sale at Mrs. IMckcrson's. Sachs. Bldg.
Oahu IXNlge, K. of P., meets this
evening at 7:30 o'clock In Pythian
Initiation at Elks this evening. All
members are equested to attend the
For 'a good reliable auto, call up
Phone 609 and set Joe teal's seveu
Siltd served with light lunches at
the' Baltimore Cafe,' Fprt street, con
tain the best of everything. .
' Coat' your Iron roofs wjth "Arabic."
You 'will ifp s'urprjsed at Its cooling
and presorvaUvje properties. Cal(ornla
Feed Co', agents. "
A ypiing man, giving the name.qf
John i.egdop, bap been arrested for
purse snaicning n ."jew lorx. lie
glyes his homo address as IJonolulu.
' It yiju nnvp your typewriter re
paired or cleaned ou will always take
four machines to them n future, fqr
their work js guaranteed. ,-Wnll. Nlcli
pi Co., tidl', Is .(ho 'place.
flepalrs'tp tijo band stand In the
grounds pf the Haw'lsn hotel arc
finished, and wjlh the removal of the
fpnee ,from nf pnnd (hp lawn makes on
AldUogai Ijeauiy spot in the city.
,Den,gU0 Is epjdern'c throughout the
city and many' are jcbngned to their
home "by its unpleasantness.. Acting
Cpvcrnor iptt-Sniltfi niid, internal Bev
,epue Cplfpcfor Doyle are 'among In
Victims. ' ' ''"'
'trie Diamond Heads are practic
ing l)ard ,for ,fh cpnijog atruggle
against the J. A. p find are leny
Ihg nothng'undone that can In any
4y fit 'inem (oi what" they know
will be the go of their lives.
Word baa been received In this city
tp the e'ffect that Norman Wood Is
wanted In New York on a charge of
murder. He was at one time a sugar
maker on these Islands and was later
employed on the American-Hawaiian
Work pn the new obseryatory for
the College of Hawaii Is going
ahead regardless of the fact thaf
Ibero Is not suflclent money yet con
tllbuted to meet the cost. Ilpt this
fact Is, not giving any bother, as It
If pn q'isurcd fact ,(hat there will ho
ijpough pp hand for tjev .paymopt
whep the time' comes, to settle.
jLastnf uysday eyenlng a meeting of
the' King's' Daughters was held at the
homo of Mrs. II. ,11. Williams for the
purpose of arranging for the distribu
tion of clothing to the oor throughout
the city. There were threo hundred
new garment of aH shapes and lev
The clothing was all, ghen to Miss
Flounce Yarrow to be used In her
work for Chris) plan.
Is Drawing Near
"jVrj;.N always appreciate useful articles for Christmas. That's
yhy sp nany ladies may be seen during apy hoijr of the'
, day guying 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 Bags, Handker
chiefs, Belts, a4 many other things men care for in the haber
dashery lint this is the place to get them.
Ours is a truly remarkable stock, and w.e want ev.ery lady
to see it.
SILVA'-S TOGGERY, Kfnfrt
lly the Asia to thp Orient thti
Week we sent a bqx qf folders to Her
bc'rt Claik, in charge of the bjg
found-the-world cri)lse of the S. S.
Cleveland, to bp dlstrtbutpd among
the jBno pa&scpgers pn board ai Yp
kfl'hania. Th,e Cleveland Is due to ,arr;e
with her party lu Honolulu on Sun
day ' njprnlpg, Janpary 23) and will
a) I pn the eyenlng 'of the 2tth. Mr.
P'ooRer reports: n a letter from
Mr. Clark, Jpst received, be thanks
p's warm)y ,for what we have done
and are prouosjnjc dplng to" make tp
ylsft of bis party one of the mot
pjeasant 'pvenis of 'the entire cruise.'
Ife eJso says: "Mr. Ford and every
body I have seep who has been In
I'pnqlulu haye praised the place o
n-.uch fhat I really '.expect to spend a
great deal of hiy time In ,qndluu
In tbe very near future, as 1 'am go
ing to tako life a little easier and
pracUcaJly, If not quite, retire from
business very soon, as" niy buslnesn
Is getting so well established that 1
do not haye to stjck to tbe grind
stone a much as I have been do
ing." ' Mr. 'Clark also Bays of the
cruise No'. 2, which' starts from fla'n
Francisco on February S, and is due
here on the 12th of that month:
''The Cleveland Is full up with ISO
passengers on the homeward cruise,
and scores waiting for any berths
' ON COASTWISE LAW
'Continued from tuf t)
question asked. , t would consider
such a proposition In regard to sus
pending the coastwise shipping laws
for the benefit of passengers only "ns
jie entering point of a wedge that
would be rapidly driven home and
split this country wide open with
more serlops results than the unex
lected outbreak 'of a volcano.
"I tel ou ipw. It looks to rop."
continued Mr. Ward. "If tqese
fellows who are howling for the sus
penejqn P' rC FIWIP ahjpplpg
laws would use all of this talk en
ergy In making n roar for ship sub
sidy and help an American bill, In
troduced by an American President,,
to pass an American Congress for tbe
benefit of American people, It would
NEW BULLETIN .
The Evening D u 1 1 e -
tin Is now delivered In the
Kalmukl District, Including
Readers of the Bulletin
who desire the paper dellv-.
ered at their homes In this
district will be acrommodat-
ed If they leave their names
and addresses In the business
office' o't the ti M 1 1 e tin.
Thjs delivery. Includes ter-
rltory up p'"bpe-ha)f mile
mauka car line on Palolo road.
be more to the point. '
"The holding of that 'suspension'
meeting at a time when those who
wquld be directly affected f a way
tit conducive io prosperity could
not be present has on Its face the
mark of Insincerity.
"Put me on record as, being nut"
for everything that Is American.
That covers the whole business, I'll
hove nothing more io say'."
CALIFORNIA OIL DiyiDENp,
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two per cm. monthly JMJenJi. By purchllliii
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can Inv.tt lirg. or mill tumi. Wit -III sully ull
you about Hum IIH.J Mock, or nv oiktr CllloniU
ol Muflfi . W ' oo Um jrounJ so4 opnitlnr In
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todc iiii quuuiloni. xliMi win Mgf (ltl y
ilurgt for llirM wontti..
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
1 Cp Ueury St. ' San Frauclsco, Cal,
185 editorial rooms 250, busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin offloe.
A Grand Showing of
Good Goods at Reasonable Prices
It would be indeed hard to find a better selection of HANDKERCHIEFS than the fine line we im
ported direct for the .Holiday-traded Any atyle rf-WmKEaJGHDCF fan be obtt)ini4 hart fron K&lvu
tb.fine.-Haiid Woven and Real Lace, We hart Haadherehlef i in groat variety for' Men, Women' or 'Child
ren, from 28o box to 3.00,each.
Nearly everything; one can inggeit for a serviceable pretent, including; FANCY BAGS, MANICURE
SETS, TOILET SETS, FANCY CUSHIONS, PURSES, HAT FINS, WORK BOXES, SHAVING SETS, AR
NOLD'S 8AFET? RAZORS, SMOKERS' SETS. BUCKLES, JEWEL CASES, ALBUMS, ELEGANT COMBS,
UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES
The very latest in Lpng-Kandle Sunshade. vVry nobby, in areen, Bed, Tan, Champagne, White,
Navy, Etc. . " ' ' ' ' ' '" ' f '"
MEN'S GOLD MOUNTED SILK UMBRELLAS, IN HOLLY BOXES, $6.50 to,15.00.
ON SHOW FPR, THE FIRST TIME QN'MQNP AY - ' I 'V
EXPRESS4 SHIPMENT EX LURLINE
Advanced Stylei in LWGEBIE GOWNS ..."...'. ". . $18.00 to t40.00
"The Latet Creation in WAISTS, nb duplicate! $10.00 to $2S00
LONG 'WHITE WOOL SWEATER8, new itylei T ' " $18.00
JIEWJJOIRE RAIN -COATr; in five colore. Special .value f,-A9
TOYS! TOYS! TvOYS!
The Beit and Cheapeit Lin. of DOLLS in Honolulu. "See our window." Wonderful values; 10s,
to $io.o. ' ' ' ' ' v . - ' - ;r (
STRONG IRON WAGONS $1JM,.$1.80, $8.00, IS.M, -$3.00.
WHEELBARROWS $1.29, $1.50, to $5.00.
FOOTBALLS-I1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50, $3.00 to $5.00. . - V.;i
HUNDREDS of TOYS, of,almot any kind und any price from 5o for Boy or Olrl- Is t ,
We.inyiU your Tr"DT A TVT'Q Ttt
i amotion 0J1XJLJ13l1. O Street
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