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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATUIIDAY, DEC. IS, 1009.
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"NONE SO GOOD"
There is no shoe to good as the best.
Beware of the shoe that is said to be as good as some
Buy a shoe 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
Sketches Of Christmas
If You Want
to buy, nil or rent
Cloning exercises by llio llltlo
IMS or tlir primary grade uf, "his
"Vk public schools, to ini-u l!io
tnl of the term before the Ik l.u.iv
-runt loll oC two weeks, wo'ii heM
The II u'l latin repreHcntnllvo
could not be In two places tit the
wime time, no tho primary "depart
ment of the Central Urammnr
School was chosen.
The exercises were lone, tnklng
I'M the better art ot two hours. It
was truly surprising, as well as
gratifying, to see no mnny parents
IF YOU WANT
on Real Estate
'Pratt, trie Land Man'
125 Merchant St.
lirieTrt,-a"lul'thl8rc6nclltrun of affairs
wan grontly appreciated by the tench
era, who had spent considerable time,
not exactly considered In the dn'y's
work, drilling the scholars for the nrt of 8C)100i training was not be
public exercises, and will Burely lllK ncBCctod. No ono expects to
give them encouragement to Btrlve heur snging 0f primary grnde
for better results In the future. children equal to that produced by
The exercises were, held In the tMe original Jubilee Singers ot
open nlr, a most delightful arrange- Georgia, but that which the It u 1 -
inent. Dialogues, recitations nnd i . i r..iiroaentntlv. listened to
fours filled In the morning.
The singing of n class designat
ed as "Third lileji" was exception
ally fine, demonstrating that that
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
Saji Pi-ru-na Completely Rittorti
llUi;':"- sv' , H
l m ns: oh as. cr.os louis. kTf
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Addreit
Western ' Union and Llebar'a
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stoek and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 618. P. 0: BOX 6M.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Hat unlay, December 18. .,
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yesterday was for aheiul of what liu
expected to hum
Ono special feature of the exer
cises was the representation, by five
llttlo girls, of Germany, France,
Holland, Norway and America, each
little girl being dressed In the. cos
tume of the country sho represent
ed. This arrangement was perfect,
even to the wooden shoes worn by
the representative st Holland
Each In turn told of the customs or
their countries regarding Christmas
time, which was o Interest to the
parents as well as to the pupils.
Another skotch, which might
have be in entitled "Tho .Capture or
Santa Claus,"' was surprisingly well
ucted and carried with It a sug
gestive lesson that It Is hoped will
not bo forgotton by thoso who took
part In It, and that they will always
act with the same generous spirit
when they become grown up men
There were numerous other
sketches enacted by the pupils that
certainly brought out tho fact that
considerable talent lies dormant lu
the little pupils, and If brought to
the surface by proper handling will
toino day surprise tho world.
The exercises from beginning to
end were splendid nnd reflect great
credit on tho teachers who are
training and guiding tho llttlo
NAMB OP STOCK.
C. lire""- r
Kwa l',.i.ii.iuui Co. ...
Hawaiian Agile. Co ..
Haw. Com It . us Co. ,
ll:iw.ilijit HiKtrCii. . .,
Ilcmoim Sii'U Cr
Honokaa Hug.tr Co ...
lliitclilii'-un Krg.ir I'laut.
Kalnmi i'lmiL tlctii l.ii.
Kuknha fiig.ir Co
McUrydo Suija Co....
Oahu snigir Co 32 1 3 ' ,? j 4
Onomentliig'rC 4) i-at o i-j
Ooknla Sugar Co 1
f.i.... a.... .. 1 r 1 ,.1 v r.
... .-11H. v... ,.. u. , 1 -n.
l'a:inh.iu Hug 1 I'lint. Co.
l'alu 1'liiut.itlon Co 110
Topcelteo Sugar C I -.
runner Mill uo ' 191 1-2 19s
waiaiuaAgric uo lligi-i
waiiukumignrtjo 1 mo
waimanaio avvxr ci. . . ,
Wulmcn Sugar Mill Co. .
Inter-Island Strain N. Co. 114
Hawaiian Elecirlo. Co. ... Iijo
Hon. It. T. & I. Co.. Pref. . 1 102
Hon. K.T. &I. Co. Com.
Mutual Telephonu Co. . ,
Nahlku Kubber Co.,
Nahlku IlubborCo.. Ass.
Oahu IU & L. Co 144
HIloR. n.Co. 131-4
Hon. B. & M. Co 32 1-2
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . . 28 3-4
Haw.Ter.4 (KlroCI.) ..
Haw. Oov'ti 5
Cal. licet Sug. & Itef. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. G
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Cs
Haw. Irr. Co., Cs 4D pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., Cs ....'. .
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 6
Hllo It. It. Co., Con. G ... 100 1-4
uonoKttasugat uo.. i .. 102
Hon. n. T. & I. Co. OX
Kohala Ditch Co. Gs . .
Mruryue sugar uo. us , , . yg 1 4
Oohu It. & I Co. 5 021.3
Oahu Sugar Co. b tot
umafugari;o uz Co
I'ac. Sin?. Mill Co. Gs ,02
Pain Plantation Co. . .
Pioneer Mill Co. G . .
WalalimAgiIc.Co.5 ... 100
NEW - TO-DAY
Sales 40 II. C. ft S. Co., 30; 15000
McUrydn Gs, 139.50; 20 Kwa, $32.25;
10 Walalua, $U8.5); 25 Wnluliu,
limo; 100 Olaa, $5.75; 300 Olaa, $;
100 Olaa, $G; $5000 Honokaa Gs,
$102.50; $5000 Honokaa Gs, $102.50;
10 Kwa, $32.25; 70 Ewa, $32.?5; 100
Ewn, $32.25; 10 Hon. U. T. & U Com.,
$110; 20 Oahu Sug. Co., $32.37V&. Ses
sion: 7 Haw. Sug. Co., $52.50; 2a
Olaa, $6; 5 Oahu Sug. Co., $32.50; 10'J
Oahu Sug. Co., $32.50; 10 Walalua,
'$118 50; 40 Onomea. $50; 5 Onomca,
$50; 5 Pioneer, $192.50; 25 Walalua,
$119.60; 50 Honokaa, $20.50; 50 Ho
noknii, $20.50; 10 Haw, Sug. Co., $52;
50 Haw. Sug. Co., $52.
GIFTS FOR MEN
Practical Hints that will
make Christmas Choosing easy
Choose presents that are USEFUL if you
would be sure of pleasing men. Something
that they can wear or something that will
supply an actual need. Whatever you buy in
this store will be serviceable and in good taste.
Don't Wait Until the Last DAY Before Buying
Tie, Socks and Handkerchiefs to match. Very hand
some and nifty - $1.60 to $3.50
Shirt, Tic, Socks, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs , all
to match a fascinating combination ,.$7.50
Bflth Robes $5 to $12
Belts 75c to $3
Fancy Suspenders 75c to $3.50
Bhir'.s $1.25 to $5.00
UMBRELLAS verv fine assortment.
' SMOKING JACKETS, HALFtHOSE, MUFFLERS,
Ve claim the finest assor rr.cut now en display, or
cvtr displayed in Honolulu. Our ncjk.vcar ranges in
urice all the way fio.n 50c to $3.00 the tic.
lu.ir-in-ha.nds, Acco'.s, Club Tics, Bows of all kinds.
A wendcrful assortcen'; by the dozen, half-dozen
uid in s:ts. In linen, cainbrio and sill:. Handkcr-'
chiefs never fail to plonse ns sifts.
SUIT CASES, ETC.
.PAJAMAS. SWEATERS, WASH VESTS, HOUSE
COATS, UNDERWEAR. HATS. ETC.
LADIES GIVEN SPECIAL
Elks Bldg. King nr. Fort
LOCAL AND GENERAL
MRS. Oil AH. QHOS LOUIS, Indltn
Lorotte, Quebec, Can., wrlletl
"Por yean I Buffered from a illteate
that the doctor did not mnderttand.
"One day I ruud in tlio paper about
your ezoellent remedy, Poruija. I pro
cured a bottle of it and took it according
to direction. It wan not long.until I
obierved a uliaugo tor tlio better.
"I can say tbat l'uruna hat cured me.
Icould'tiot take any nourlilitueut ex
"I will at all tlmca fay a good word
for Peruna. X bold It lu llio klgbeat
Not only women o( rank. and loliur
pralio Peruna, but tlio iudutriuu,uae
ful women engaged in manual toll
would not bo without Dr. Hartman'i
Tlio doctor bin prescribed It for many
thouiand Women every year and bo
never fall to rucelvu a multitude of
lettori like tlio almve, thanking him
for Ills advice, and especially for tat
wonderful benctlu received from 1'
The following wholesale druirgist
swill supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha-
Tho annual meeting ot the stock
holders of the Kona Uottllng Woilts
Co., Ltd., will bo held at the office of
the company, Holualoa, Huwa'il,
Tuesduy, Januury 11, 1910, at 10'
o'clock u, m. I.. S. AUNGST,
i 13 B- It Secretury,
DIVIDEND NOTICE NO. lSO.
Tl'e dlreotors of this corporation
having declnred n dividend of 3 per
cent ( 1 per cent regular, 2 pur ccut
special) dividend No. 150 Is due nnd
payable on Kilday, Docembor 31st.
1909, lo stockholders of lecord at
the close of tho stock transfer books
Tuesday, December 21st, 1909, nt
Slock transfer books will bo re
opened Suturdny, January 1st, 1910.
CIIAS. II( ATIIERTON,
Treasurer, Ewa Plantation
Honolulu, December 18th, 1919,
Latest sugar quotation 4.17 cents or
(82.40 per ton.
Sugar, 4.17 cts
Beets 12s 5 l-4d.
DEIinV WATEBHOUSE TRUST (0.
Mombora Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
The Bulletin's Big Nickel
8cratch Pad la tne otggest five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. 8lx of them for a quarter.
American Steam taundry.
Flno copperplate engraving nnd
pi luting nt neakbane'e, fort sticot,
Automobiles hack rateB. Emplie
stand. Vhono 213. Bethel and Hotel.'
Hollybcrrlcs for Christmas are, on
solo at Mrs. Dlckerson's, Sachs. Mltlg.
Novelties galore at Ulom's. Oct
things for Christmas beforo It is too
For a good reliable auto, call up
Phono C09 anil get Joo Loal's seven,
, Salads served with Jlght lunches' at
tho Dnltlmore Cule, Fort street, con
tain tho best of everything.
Coat your Iroi roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
If you have your typewriter re
paired or cleaned you will always tuku
your machines to them In future for
'their work Is guaranteed. Wall, Nich
ols Co., Ltd., Is tho place,
Juj. T. Taylor, C, K., was a return
ing passenger on the Mauua Kva this
morning from a professional trip to
Hawaii. The dry spell was broken
yesterday by heavy rain a on Hawaii
Tlio Walheo ditch, Mnul, supplying
water to Walluku and Hawaiian Com
mercial plantations was running lull
yesterday, carrying forty-five million
gallons to the resurvolr s stems of the
Tho Korea, which Is duo to nrrlvu
hero on Monday, will bring K. J, Unci,
who hns been traveling In tho Orient.
Mr. Lord cabled from Shnnghnl that
ho contompluted returning to Hono
lulu on that steamer.
The Pacific Mall Steamship Co. has
rcfiiced special rateB to the wives ot
tho officers of the United Stntus Rev
enue cutter service, application hu
Ing been made by wives of the iilllcem
of tho Thetis, which has been ordered
to Hawaiian waters. Special rates are
granted to tho wives of naval officers.
Cottage and Store Building.
A neat four-room cottage iiiul store
building situated ut Kalnnliu.
Komi, Hawaii, tho property of tho
late M. L. tlordon, together with
the lease of lot on which they
stand, for sale.
Tho rent ot said lot Is $20.00
per year, and there are over elev
en year 8 of said lease unexpired
(lease dated Feb. 18th. 1901).
Cottage Is beautifully situated
on upper road. Store building Is
largo and commodious.
Mr. Zcno K. Myers and others,
after visiting this district, proph
esied for Kona u great future,
with Its varied industries of su
gar cane, fruit, slscl, coffee and
tobacco raising. It hns long been
recognized as having one of tho
most healthful climates in tho
For further particulars nnd
terms ot sale apply to L. S.
Aungst, Holualoa, Hawaii.
4495 D-Ct; YV-tf
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. J. Curio, Fort St.
Silver Waltliam watch, with stirrup
fob, between Punnhou school and
It. It, station. Return to Dear
born Drug & Chemical Works and
revolve rewurd. 449S-2t
A St. Louis College medal, with
Harry Y. Ahong engraved on
back. Reward for return to 83
Merchant St. 4494-3t
We can supply
W. P. ROTH,
;ST0CK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
.Scissors, knives, razors, saws, lawn
mowers ground and sharpened;
good work. Prone 1101. Cor.
Klnau and Pllkol Sts. 4494-lm
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
..Buy USUI) nlVIDENU-PAYINO Callfinnla al
kWkt. Miny ut the listJ fctiitki pay iin ani
two prr rent, monthly JlviJirnJt. My tni't-lMslni
llMsl itcKtcfcyou can hell any Jay vim M You
can Inveit larve or small ums. w will laJIv l-ll
)u aNul t))eM. Il.te4 k!mk or anv utlter ( alilnrnU
ull tuck We are on the i-ruuni ani operatlni; In
all the Olllirnlaull fields Vte hanJIe only letltl
mat- rrniusltiims and Invlt the must thorojirh In
vestlcation Write tfiJay fur list ot JIvMenJ ttaylntr
Los Angelos'papora glvu news that
a mnrrlugo license was recently taken I tmk ani quoutiunt. which e iu smj tree
out by Mary En of Img Roach ami I""'" "'""'""
Itulpls Jones of San Francisco, Mary LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
Ena was formerly of Honolulu, 100 Geary St, San Frnuclsco, Cal.
RIGHT UP TO THE VERY
Our Stock is
If you are looking for a Christ
mas present tor either a man,;
woman or child
The opening of thu Wulnnhn i:
change Ins been postponed on nc
count or tho no wbullillng not being
completed, Notice of the opening will
be published later.
185 editorial rooms 25C bu'
nets office. These ara the teltptiint
lumbers of the Bulletin office.
You can find it here.
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