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VATER-PRQDr QUALITIES .
Mclnerny Shoe Store
of the Season
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied liy
'au This Week
Stock Now Below-
,EWIS & CO., Ltd.
The Closing-Oat Orocers.
109 King St. Telephone 240.
Big new shipment.
J HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
I Phone 22.
00KS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & IY0N CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg,
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
tc lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o iti
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant at
i . ttifc'SJ! li,L..i.,..,'rit ,-iS s.iJtiwi. .kiiK.tk j.-"illfr .'lZ .v .,i ,... 't(,' - .
For a short period only we
'will sell Strong & Garfield's
water-proof boots, 14 and 17'
inches high, at $8.50 a pair.
The best boot of its kind
Horse hide, viscoliied, reg
ular $10.00 boot.
It You Want
to buy, sell or rent
IF. YOU WANT
on Real Estate
"Pratt, the Land Man'
125 Merchant St.
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
DESK PAD CALENDARS
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. LATEST MILLINERY
Boiton 31dg. Fort Street.
306 Judd Bldg., City.
Los Angeles, Cal.
for gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel.
Hotel & Union.
WAI) CH0NG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL 6T.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lister's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON. LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
' 307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. 0. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 619. F. 0. BOX 628.
Sugar, 3.99 cts
Beets 12s 3d
flEIHWE TRUST CO.
Member Honolulu Block and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Xakumanu Street.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
Buy LISTED DIVIDEND PAUMi Cal Horn li ol
ttock. Manynf these IKtol Minks pay one anJ
two per cent monthly JlvlJruJ.. Hy purchasing
ll.tfsi stuck you lan tell any Jay vim fi You
can lnvt large or small Mint, we will UJIv tell
you about the IttteJ tHk or any other Calll irnla
oil Mock, We art on the grouni ami operating In
all the Call' irnla oil field W run J it only 1eIH
mate pn pltlnn anJ Invlt th imt thoroJth In
vtttlfatlm Writ t4K)ay for IM of dlvMrnJ ualng
atocka anJ quota! I n, which wit I n4 free o(
charge for three month.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
ICG Geary St. San Francisco, Cal.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
This Is to certify that (lladstono
S. Leltheud and Hoy A. Wood waul,
both residing in Honolulu, City and
Count) of Honolulu, Tcultoiy of
Hawaii, have entered Into n co
partnership under the firm name of
Arctic Soda Works, for tho purpose
of manufacturing and dealing In
aerated or non-aerated drinks. The
place of business of the said co
partnership shnll be in Honolulu,
City and County of Honolulu, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Dated, Honolulu, December !,
(S) GLADSTONE S. LIMTIIUAU.
(S) HOY A. WOODWARD.
Territory of Hawaii, Clt) and Coun
ty of Honolulu, ES.
On this lClh du) of December, A
D. 1909, before 1110 personally ap
peared (lladstone S. Leltheud and
Hoy A. Woodward, to mo known o
he the persons described In nnd who
executed the foiegolug lustiuii'eiit
ni'd acknowledged that thov exe
cuted the same ns their frej net mid
(Slgnod) r. K. 8Ti:i:ilK.
(Seal) Notar Public,
First Judldal Circuit.
4503Dec. 29; Jan. 1.
(signed) p. k. sTi:i:m:.
Saturday. January 1st. 1910. ho.
Ing a 4egnl holiday, all Territorial
otllies will he closed.
11) order of tho Acting Oovornor.
n, A. MOTT-SM1TH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Executho lIulldlUK. Honolulu. T.
II.. December '18. 190. 4r.nrt.1t
Competent bookkeeper for whole
sale trndo, Stuto experience, ref
erences and salary expected. Op
portunity for advancement un
limited, Address P. O. llox 523.
American Steam Laundry
W. D. McINTYRE, Manager.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
1382 Liliha Street, corner Vineyard.
The Industrial Edttloe at th
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at Sui
te u n omce,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nickel
8crtch Pad Is tne oiggest five cents 1
worth of paper ever offered In Hono j
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Fine copperplate engraving and
pilntlngftt rtoakbalifl'e.'Fort Bti"ot. j
Automobiles hack rates. KnipliPi
stand. Phono 213, llethcl ami Hotel.
Physical culture anil manage given
by Prof. Uarou, 51, 32 Young Hctel
Don't forget Mrs. Dlckcrson s great
clearance sale, commencing Mondn),
For a good rollabla auto, call up
Phono C09 auil get Joe Lcal's seven,
If ou want a good Job dnno on nil
auto or carriage tukc It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St,
Mrs. Dlckerson's clearance sale Is
Btlll going on.
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon is
time pleasantly spent. This place li
sometimes known as the Two Jacm.
Xntas cards, calendars and souvenirs
at Hill's curio stores, cor. Alakea and
Merchant Sts, and Poslofllco lane.
Telephone 503 to hap l.nundri
called for and delivered quick
The V. W. Wright Co, Ltd , employ
skilled farriers In their hoisc ihoelug
department whose woik Is trill) rcl
IIno our hat cleaned for Xmas.
We can mako It look as good ns nun.
Kxport Hat CleanerH, opp Club St bis
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co , ngents.
Orcon stamps am given (free) when
you pay cash, nt tin! stores Call at
the' show roams and M'o what jon get
for Orccn Stamps. Horetunla ur. Fort.
The Hawaii Ptcr.v.jlon Conunltteu
will hold Its roguh'r meeting on
Thursday next nt 3:30 o'clock, when
tin- ordinary routine work of tho Com
mittee will be gone through.
Charging that ho was blacklisted by
the (Iran by Mills of Columbia, 8. (
O. M. llhodcs, n cotton mill operative
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couit at the South Carolina city
llrlggs K. Porter, U. 8. A , professoi.
of iinlinul htisbnndry ut the College of
Hawaii, will judge, In the coming poul
try fchow. The birds are to be hcorcil
instead of comparison, judged. This
gles the tunica exhibitor, as well as
tho oteran, houio knowledge of-what
exhibition qualities his birds hae or
MAD WITH CHILE
'Continued from Paw ti
"When the bill was tin-runted to mo
for my slgnatme, I roicsted ugjiiMl
It, but In uln, The trouble Is that
the pilot Is aluo the harbormaster of
tho port. He holds two positions,
which Is something unusuil In mail
"This bame oftlclal told mo that If I
did not pay the pilot fees, ho, as har
bormaster, would ouler my steamer
nut of the hnihor. He said tho best
thing I could do under the clicuni
stances nns to sign tho bill and call
"On this account 1 signed tho hill nml
tho fees of the pilot, who was not need
ed, nor did he bring m Mourner to the
"Ihls vystem would hae to bo ad-
justed by the government eif lupaii
On my urrhal In Jupun. I hhull file
in molest mill ilm emin mi- ui.ir.1. i
in turn will report tho nffalr to thei.
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Japanese Clov eminent. I
'1'J.opo that my government will .to
something In order that the olllclaU
In koU of the ports In Chile will ie.,.
lzo ti o r..t ih.i 11 lu ., ..'....
thing ,'to fool the captains of ocean-
going E,eamsh.ps. '
'Thei trouble with Ihosc olllclals h
that Ihlv combine the governiiicnl it
and huiflness alTalrs In one. Some of
tho pllins who cumeion hoard my
steamer wero so young that I wn lu
doubt as Vo tholf nblllt) In iiivlgillnrf
tho steaiiHJr, I asked them 11 few ipies
tlmiH about, navigation but failed lo got
satisfactory answers. Although I poi
milted Iheni to sin) on (he brlijse wltfi
A SLAUGHTER OF
Only one of each to
Beds are of the famous Merle Bed Make.
OYNE FURNITURE CO.,
IHERE is nothing
in all this world
that is cleaner or
sweeter than a clean
And there is no better
way to keep a baby clean
than by the regular and
frequent use of Ivory
A white soap, it yields
a snow white lather a
lather that cleans, but
does not injure, the most
99o Per Cent. Pure
me. 1 nocr allow id them to pilot the
steamer, except to point out to mo
a safe nuchnrngo.
"The pilot himself afterwards ad
mitted that he never had thy exper
ience, of navigating a stouter. 1 1
said that he had worked on sailing
"I tlnd that there Is n great deal of
trouble with those foolish oIDcIiiIm In
Chile. They liave'uii H)stem to go h,),
so far as the nav (gallon of steamers Is
courorned, nor have they an) Idea of
the value of lime In docking a foreign
"I ho quarantine officials are too
slow In the discharge of their duties
Tin) make no endvaor to speed mat
ters when Inspecting a foreign steam
irjm Its nrrlvol. They tuke-thelr time
and practicall) corrj tho laws. If thero
are any, in their hands ns the) seo 111.
"The whole sjstcm there. In 111)
opinion should be so revolutionized
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tIlil' steaineis arriving there from foi
to dela lii pdhslug tho examination of
quaumtine o.llclats who board them
The jiosltton of harbormaster nnd
pilot should on made distinct nnd scp
nrale from each other, In order that
the duties of tho otllces may bo car
ried out Intelligent)) nnd according
to the laws of navigation. One mini
should not hold these two positions. If
the officials of the governments eif
tlillo am) Peru do not wake up and
Improve the condition of affairs there,
something wlll'certulnly happen.
'The people of Chile nnd Peru nre
commonly tailed 'iiiaiiaanu," whlth
mean tomorrow. Whenever I asked
any questions of tho government ofll
iclals they would rep!) 'mauaann'.
"Hufore I left tho last ort In Chile
I asked tho port physician when he
could examine the passengers on the
America Maru. He said 'uiutiauna'. The
following day ho foiled to show up. I
then culled on ond uhked him the rea
Bon why he did not fulfil his promise
He uguln said mnnannn. This m maaiii
business kept up for borne time, until
I llnall) mude him cumu to terms "
Asked about the business or the
comr-aiiy. Captain Hlnnkuma sild that
It van hopeful. He believes that tw
ins to tho Increase of business tho
company may riut another steamer on
"I0 J"l in South Aiiicrlci run.
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lar aK "10 oriental Soutli Ameilca
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Hcltnc' B ma,le l' '' cargo, which Is
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lain lllnokiima expeets to rea'rh Yo-
kuhumi In record time.
William H, Hohcrlson, American
consul at Tnngler, Moroceo, who Ih in
N('v York on a vacitlmi, advoeates
Hie abolition of his olllco as unneces
sar), mmr-'t-nr aal" card a BulUtln,
be sold. All Double
f xiZ iCl ' rV' MT V.
Copy, git Hiill.lisit)tr Mi.
Kodak Films at
Wc arc scllinp; all Kodak films at the same prices pre
vnilinpr. in New York, Chicago nnd San Francisco. ,
Be sure to Ret the genuine Kodak Films.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Fort Sheet Below Hotel Street.
i Ladies' Waists
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Beginning Monday, Jan. 3rd
Advanced shipment of the new style Waists from a
reliable maker. The values are exceptionally Rood at the
cost to us. In order tc promote live business for the be
Binnine; of the newycar, we have marked such small
profits on every Waist that there should be very little
trouble in making a s peedy turn-over.
The Lines Comprise the
Correct Ideas for Spring
In Net, Batiste, Messaline, Taffetta
etc. in Many Styles and all sizes.
SEE 0 UR WINDOW DISPLAY
A new assortment, stylish, up-to-date styles. J
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nun a new auil
Hart Schaffner &
Elks' Bldt;., King near Fort.
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