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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 190S.
Don't lot the selection of a suitnblo
gift worry you. Drop In at the Wo
man's Exchange and after looking ovci
their lines of Holiday curios and novel
ties the problem will be solved.
Woman's Exchange
Hotel & Union Sto.
W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
iOGAK FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager
John D. Spreckels. First Vice-President
VY, M. Glffard... Second Vice-President
11. M. Whitney Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
XX, a. May Auditor
agents yon
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Cal.
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
delphia, Pa.
Hakalau Plantation Co., Hllo Sugar
Company, Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hntchlnsop Sugar Plantation Co.,
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co., Olo-
walu Company, Paauhau Sugar Plan
tatlon Co., Walmanalo Sugar Co.
X3tx3mat:3t3t3m3t.::;;:;::::
The best soda water to serve on
Christmas is the purest and you will
get it if you will patronize Consolid
ated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Phono 71. g J&jH
um ''Hi vwi w'L,ji jroCT-?.rjg:M.',.j?it,wi
If 1 a c k of
money i s
the reason
for your not
having a
gas stove
of tk
1 i 1
Limited
Bishop Street
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OAHU TAILORING CO.
Merchant Tailor.
Clear Stand on tha Corner.
Beretania and Emma Streets.
Catton, Neill & Co.
Hawaiian Trust Co Page 1
Lowers & Cooke Pago 8
Hawaiian News Co.' Pago 4
Water Hates Notlco Pago 5
TH& SVTSATHER.
Local Offlco, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Young Building.
Honolulu, T. H., Dec. 23, 1908.
Temperatur o, a. in.; 5 a. m.; 10
a. m.; and morning minimum.
72; 72; 75; 77; 07.
Barometer reacting; absolute humid
ity (grains per cubic foot); relative
humidity and dew point at 8 a. m.:
30.12; 5.100; 01; 5S.
Wind: Vesocitj. una direction at C a.
m.; 8 a. m.; 10 a. m.; and noon:
4 NE; 5 NE; 15 NE; 14 NE.
Rainfall dunni. n hours ending 8 a.
m.: Trace.
Total wlno movement curing 24 Hours
ended at noon: 200 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Engineers, Machinists, Blacksmiths
and Boilermakers.
First class work at reasonable rates,
Honolulu Iron Works:
4TEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILL.
TOILERS, COOLERS. IRON, BRASS
AND LEAD CASTINGS.
Machinery of Every Description
Kxde to Order. Particular Attention
jold to bhlp'a Blacksmlthing. Job
T7orlc Executed on Short Notice.
will buy a One horn.
Easy terms.
Trent trust co
I Designers of
Fashion-3
Como and pick out your goods.
We have a complete lino o
dressy, fashlonablo and business
goods. As for a suit that will
suit,
Our Expert Cutter
recently from Now York will
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wnrldnnlltllilfi rfmilHir nml fnnli.
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ff, f , AKANA CO., LTD,
Walty nulidlw, lUiiM nml
Paragraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
Blndt's Transfer Co., Phone 588.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. will close at
0 o'clock Christmas and will make but
one delivery.
For candles that are good, try the
Honolulu Candy Co.
Our candles are made fresh every
day. Honolulu Candy Co.
The Honolulu Times for Junuary Is
out fllle'd with good reading.
Christmas trees, fresh and green, at
Metropolitan Meat Co., telephone 45.
The Paragon Market announces that
they will be closed all day Christmas.
Bring tho best girl and take your
Xmas dinner at the Royal Annex. v
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Frog Legs, Lobsters and Oysters.
Great reduction on prices. Sunday
schools and others. Honolulu Candy
Co.
Three or four furnished room and
bath Is wanted by responsible party.
See Classified Ads.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., sell Malle
Cologne. Its fragrance Is found in no
ether perfume.
The 'Metropolitan Meat Co.'s mar
ket will bo closed all day Christmas.
Leave your orders early.
The "Mayflower" owns 1C0 acres or
well-developed gold property In one
on the richest sections of California.
Buy "Mayflower" Stock. Buy It now!
It is said that a number of the Ha
waiian beneficial societies are planning
to secure permanent quarters.
Let the lady's happiness be increas
ed by a gift of a bottle of Maile Col
ogne. Benson, Smith & Co., td.
There is no more appropriate gift
to a lady than a bottle of Malle Col
ogne. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
L. Barkhausen, a well-known sugar
planter of Hawaii, Is spending a few
days at the St. Francis. S. F. Exam-
Superintendent McVeigh is in town
and reports preparations for a merry
Christmas at the Leper Settlement.
Mrs. Robert Halstead is entertain
ing her daughter, Mrs. C. Castendyk,
and children for the holidays.
A gold mining proposition which
will return rich results to every
Shareholder. It's your move. Buy
"Mayflower"' stock. Buy it now!
Tho City Messenger Service gives
prompt attention to the smallest as
well as largest orders. Ring them up.
Phone 422.
Invest your money wisely. Place
It where It will work hard and fast for
you. Buy "Mayflower" stock. Buy it
now!
Henry May & Co., Ltd., have a largo
fresh shipment of Puritan and Cali
fornia Rose Creamery Butter. Order
now, phono 22.
The Woman's Exchange Is open
evening during the holiday seasons.
Their line of curios and enameled
jewelry is complete.
Don't be "too wise" to buy mining
stock. Investigate. The world's great
est fortunes have 'been made in min
ing. Buy "Mayflower" stock. Buy it
now!
Thos. F. McTigtie fc Co., has just re
ceived a choice selection of wines, li
quors and fine old whiskies for Xmas
and New Years trade. Box 755. Phono
140.
If Its a good cigar, Fltzpatrlck Bros,
have It. Don't fall to see the great
gift box of Adeline Pattls. For good
cigars, L'Africanos, Hoffman House
and William Penn take the lead.
Both stores.
Siberia might leave Christmas day.
Baggage orders should be left with
City Transfer Co., phono 152. Jas. H.
Love. Reasonably attended to dealing
baggage.
Oh, 6ay! Did you see Fltzpatrlck
Bros.' new Xmas box of Adeline Pattl
cigars, made expressly for Xmas pres
ents? Both stores: Fort below King,
Fort and Hotel.
Japanese hotolkeopers no longor re
ceive a commission from the ocean
steamship companies for passengers.
Thoy had been getting ?2 a head for
somo time. " " """"wr
According to the NIppu JIJ1 somo ot
tho plant are in favor of raising tho
wages of Jnpanoeo laborors to n mini
mum of $20 n month, scaling up to 721
according to ability.
I Wo havo nil tho flnost wlnos and
, liquors for tho Christmas festivities,
(let your orders In onrly for our lino
whiskeys, Dnrtlett Water nml Kiiiipa-
kiiliin Wlno. Tnvojoy & Co,, Ltd.
I A omifereiiM wnn held lut night he
twMtu lh Ti)utillMn County dammit'
t, OlMtrimu 0. T oreliiw prttlulitg,
,m4 Um iupublleiu lui)rrlMiNi.
Auckland Sailed, December 13, S.
S. Den ot Ruthvon, for Honolulu.
Iqulqul Sailed December 22, Bktne.
Makawell, for Honolulu.
Sallna Cruz Arrived, December 22,
S. S. Mlssourian, from San Francisco.
Hilo Arrived, December 20, S. S.
Enterprise, from San Francisco.
Eleele Sailed, December 22, S. S.
Vermont, for Newcastle.
Yokohama Sailed, December 23, S.
S. China, for Honolulu.
Yokohama Arrived, December 10, S.
S. Mongolia, hence December 8.
Newcastle Sailed, December 12, 3.
S. Slendeven, for Honolulu.
Ill
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PRO
S
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Til
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"1 protest against such letters as
that of Mr. George Osborne In The
Star last night," said Supervisor-elect
Quinn this morning. The letter in
question called attention to the mos
quito nuisance and said that mosqui
toes actually drove tourists away, also
that tourists were not looked after
here and left In disgust.
"I am about as close In touch with
visitors who come here as anyone,"
said Quinn, "and I think Mr. Osborne
is wrong. Of course there are mos
quitoes in some places, but It is wrong
to say that they are as bad as the letter
represents. In my automobile' busi
ness I meet tourists a great deal, and
If there were any such complaints I
should hear them."
TM
I GULLS
TURKEY D
FOR
i S
The Associated Oil S. S. Rosecrans
this morning arrived off port from Ga
vlota with a cargo of fuel oil for Kaa
napali. Equipped with wireless, she
announced her approach a considerable
distance away and said she would call
here for mail and fresh supplies, par
ticularly turkeys for Christmas. She
proceeds at once to Kaanapalf.
DOYLE COMING
PR
WTH
SON
ER
Acting Governor Mott-Smith receiv
ed .a cable, message from the Depart
ment of State this morning which
stated that embezzbler Abe in charge of
Chester .A. Doyle, the Japanese inter
preter i the Circuit Court of this city,
who w.-3 .specially commissioned a
deputy high sheriff for the extradi
tion of Abe, had left Yokohama by
the steamer China. It was thought that
Doyle might be nblo to get back in
the Siberia which is due Christmas
day, but the China will not arrive till
January 2. Tho confidence placed In
the ability of Doyle, who was selected
for the mission at the request of tho
Japanese merchants who furnished the
funds needed for the trip, has been re
warded by the manner in which he
has handled his job.
DAILY STOCK REPOF
IT
Between Boards: 25 Paauhau 19.50;
10 Oahu Sugar Co., $27.75; 15 Oahu Su
gar Co., $27.75; 20 Oahu Sugar Co,
$27.75; $1000 Hon. R. T. & L. Co., Cs,
QUO
96 TEST
Per Lt
Dato.
Nov. 14
Nov. 18
Nov. 20.
Nov. 21. ,
iov. 25
Nov. 27
Nov. 30
Dec. 1 :
Dec. 3
Dec. 4
Dec. 5
Dec. 8 3.86 cents..,
Dec. 14 3.80 cents.,
Dec. 15
Dec. 16., 3.77 cents.,
Dec. 18 3.73 cents.
Dee. 19
Dec. 21 3.70 cents.
Per Ton.
TATIONS
LONDON BEETS
Price.
10 shillings, 3 pence,
10 shillings, 2 1-4 ponco.
10 shillings, 3 pence.
10 shillings 3 3-4 pence.
10 shillings, 3 3-4 pence.
10 shillings, 3 pence.
10 shillings, 1 1-2 pence
10 shillings, 2 1-4 pence.
10 shillings, 1 1-2 pence.
10 shillings, 2 1-4 pence.
10 shillings, 3-4 pence.
,10 shillings.
10 shilling 1 1-2 pence.
10 shillings.
10 shillings 3-4 pence.
10 snlllings.
HawaiianToUaccoPlafitaiiofiCo..
Utixxxi-tetX
Capital Stock $100,000.00
6000 Shares Par Value $20.00
Subscription list now open at the
office of
HARRY ARM1TAGE
Stoolc nnd ltcnd
UroJt, r .... .
Campbell Block, Mercimnt Street,
Prospectus may ue had on application.
$10"6.50; $5000 Walalua 5s., $100.00.
Stock. Bid. Asked.
C. .Brewer & Co $200.00 $
Ewa Plant. Co 26.00 26.25
Hajvallan Agri 155.00
Hawaiian Com 98.50
Hawaiian Sugar 35.00 36.00
Honokaa Sugar Co 14.25
Kckaha Sugar Co 1C0. 00
Koloa Sugar Co 147.50 160.00
McBryde Sugar Co.... 3.50
Oahu Sugar Co 27.50 27.75
Ookala Sugar Co 13.50
Olaa Sugar Co 4.50 4.75
Pioneer Mill Co 135.00
Wnfalua Agri 73.00 75.00
Walmanalo 177.50-
Inter Island 125.00
Hon. R. T. Co. com 66.00
Nahlku Rub. Co 30.00
Oahu R. & L. Co 110.00
Hllo R. R. Co 15.00
Hon. B. & M. Co 20.00
Haw. Pineapple 24.00
Cal. Ref. Co. 6s 101.25
Hllo R. R. Co. 6s 91.50 95.00
Honokaa Co. Cs 101.00
Kabuku 0s 100.50
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s 94.50
O. R. & L. Co. 6s 101.50
Oahu Sugar Co. 5s 100.00
Olaa Sugar Co. Cs 97.50
Pacific Mill 6s 101.00
Pioneer Mill Co. 6s. . . . 105.00
FEDERAL GRAND
JURY REPORT
The Federal Grand Jury Drought in
a partialirp"?rt this morning which
was submitted to Judge Dole and con
tained twenty-two indictments for va
rious offenses. The most important
matter was that or the charges against
Isol, once the King of Iwllel, and his
wife, in which they are charged with
housing aud supporting women In the
business of prostitution who have been
in the United States for a period of
less than three years. Six indictments
were found ugainst the man and the
same number against the woman.
Similar charges were made against
Yoshi Kuwauu and his wife and each
of them were indicted on three charges.
Annie Peter and George KJahananui
were Indicted for violation ot the Ed
munds Act, Livia Malakana and Ma
lia Pipilani, Joe Kalau and Emmalina
Kalohl also being charged with like
offenses. Fug! Kuglma was Indicted
for violation ot the Internal Revenue
laws.
James F. Morgan's
AUCTIONEER AND
STOCK BROKER
Member of Honolulu Stock and Bond
Kxchangg.
Stock and Bond Orderi receive
prompt attention.
Information furnished relative to all
STOCKS AND BONDS.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Phone 7
P. O. Box 94.
New Advertisements
CLOSING NOTICE.
C. Q. Yee Hop will close at 9 o'clock
Friday (Christmas). Only one morn
ing delivery will be made.
CLOSING NOTICE.
The Metropolitan Meat Co.'s market
will be closed all day Friday (Christ
mas). There will be two deliveries
Thursday, place your orders early.
CLOSING NOTICE.
The Paragon Market will be closed
all day Friday (Christmas). Custom
ers are asked to place their orders
early.
Fine Job PrlntlMfl, Star Office.
MUSIC FOR THE
CHRISTINAS TREE
The band will play two hours at the
Mallhinls' Christmas tree on Friday
morning at Bishop Park and tho place
will be Illuminated at night. Ten
o'clock forenoon is tho opening hour.
Ernest Kaal has kindly placed his
quintet club at tho disposal ot the
philanthropic tourists who are giving
the Christmas tree for Honolulu's
neglected children. It will therefore
alternate with the band In furnishing
music on tho occasion.
Only One More Shop
ping Day for Christmas
We are going to mako it an interesting day, and keep things moving
lively.
Souvenir Day
THURSDAY.
WEDNESDAY Decorated Rubber Balls and School Outfits (your
choice) with every dollar purchase.
THURSDAY Handsome Silk Fans gratis with a Dollar Purchase. Aa
the quantity of Souvenirs is limited each day, we would advise early
shopping.
XoJl Contest
The doll contest closes tomorrow night at 10 o'clock. Send in yotlr
votcs as early as possible. A
The dolls will be delivered to the lucky ones Christmas mornfaag. T
THE PLACE TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.
HUSTAOE-PEOK CO., LTD.
Phone 295.
63 Queen Street.
P. O. Box 213.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF TEAMING. ' .
, Dealers In
FIRE WOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK AND WHITE
SAND, GARDEN SOIL.
HAY, GRAIN, CEMENT, ETC., ETC. - '
& Drain Co., UoV
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
'Phone, Office 281. , P. O. Box 154.
Fort Street, Opp. W. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in
CRUSHED ROCK, WHITE AND BLACK SAND, BROKEN
CORAL. GARDEN SOIL. ETC.
SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
Better Order Today
If you want a Choice
Bit of POULTRY
For Your Christmas
TIe lelroi
Hani
at
TELEPHONE 45.
lllwin Mils
J . HOPP & CO.,
The kind which have taken the town
by storm. Nothing finer. Tho best
thing In the baby carriage line ever
Invented. Big variety.
Lewers & Cooke Building
XClxxc: S o e t:
There wa3 general agreement on pur
suing a course of harmonious action
Fltzpatrlck" Bros, have a line of
pipes that are very attractive. C. B
Briars, calabashes, large assortment
of meerschaums and many novelties
that aie sure to please as gifts.
C. W. Renear has invented a toy in
the shape of a mechanical boomerang.
Bids for supplies will bo passed on
by the Board of Health this afternoon.
An incipient flro at Kalllfl last night
was tho occasion of an alarm.
Kooau has shared in the lato copi
ous rains, ending the drought on that
side ot tho Island. Manager St. Clair
BIdgood of tho Halolwa Hotel was in
town Monday and said an inch of rain
fell af Walalua tho day before.
Sho was the little daughter of Ma
jor and Mrs. Wlnslow who was in
Mall Cnrrlor Holokahlki's wagon when
his horse ran away nt Walklki yester
day. Mrs. .1. M. RIggs picked up tho
child, who had been thrown out. Tho
Uttlo lady sustained somo minor cuts
and a eovoro shaking.
CuBtlo & Cooko and Aloxandor &
Baldwin have recommondod to the
MaUon Navigation Co. that tho sterfm
or Liirllno's port of doparturo bo Ho.
nnliilii. Thoro tins been considerable
unfavorable comment horn on tho
Liiilllio'u nailing from Knluiliil, noccw
iltfitiug a (rip (0 (lint port In nn lie
UHbIiukI HlaRmer by paMftiipro from
Honolulu.
HR1 STM A $
SILVER WARE.
Coffee Spoons $7.50 to $12.50
t!z; Tea Spoons $8.50 to $12.50
dz; Spup Spoons $20.00 to $32.50
dz; Forks $19.50 to $20.50 dz;
Sugar Shells $1.25 to $3.50; Cold
Meat Forks $2.25 to $5.00;
Cream Ladles $1.50 to $3.50;
Pickle Forks $1.?5 tc $2.75;
Olive Spoons $1.25 to $2.75; Pie
Knives $3.00 to $6.50; Butter
Knives $1.75 to $3.50; Sugar
Tongs $1.25 to $2.50, etc.
CUT GLASS.
Olive Dishes $2.50 to $5.00.
Celeries $5.00 to $9.50; Nappies
$2.50 to $12.50; Bowls $4.25 to
$22.50; Sugars and Creams $5.00
to $12.50; Water Jugs $10.00 to
$22.50; Colognes $2.50 to $12.50;
Rose Bowls $5.00 to $13.50;
Vases $4.00 to $32.50; Claret
Jugs $10.00 to $26.50; Whiskey
Jugs $5.00 to $10.50; Claret De
canters $5.60 to $24.00; Sugar
Sifters $3.50 to $5.00; Oils $3.50
to $10.00; Tumblers $0.00 to
$22.50 dz; etc. et,c,
ACCEPTABLE GIFTS
Brass Letter Openers 50c to $1.50
Stands $1.25 to $7.50; Paper Clasps
$1.50 to $9.50; Match Stands 50c to
Boxes $2.00 to $7.50. Tantalus Sets $1
to $3.50; Calendars $1.50 to $3.75;
Sets $2.50 to $18.50; Whiskey Sets $2
25c to $17.50; Brush Sets $2.C0 to $8.
Pipe Racks $1.00 to $6.50; Mustache
Tobacco Jars 75c to $8.50; Wall Pla
$1.50; Card Sets $3.50 to $5.00; Cigar
FOR GENTLEMEN.
; Blotters $1.00 to $3.50; ink
$1.25 to $3.75; Book Racks
to $3.50; Cigarette and Clgat
3.50 to $65.00; Ash Trays 25a
Steins 50c to $12.50; Cocktail
50 to $22.50; Shaving Mugb
50; Stein Racks $2.25 to $20 ;
Cup and Saucer 50c to $6.50;
tes (Nat'l Emblems) 50c. to
Lighters $1.50 to $3.75.
BRA8S ARTICLES.
.Some of the prettiest goods
are made of Brass: Vases $2.50
to $12.50; Tea Kettles $2.75 to
$12.50; Trays $2.25 to $3.50;
Wine Coolers $3.50; Calendars
$1.50; Desk Articles 50c. to
$3.50; Cigarette Boxes $2.25 to
$5.00; Tobacco Jam, $3.50 to
$8.50; Finger Bowls $5.50 dz;
Desk Sets $5.00 to $18.50.
DESK GOODS.
The variety Is large. Paper
Knives 50c to $2.5C; Letter Op
eners 50c to $1.50; Magnifying
Glasses $2.60 ts $3.75; Ink
Stands $1.25 to $8.50 ea; Stamp
Boxes $1.25 to $3.50; Calen
dars $1.50 to $2.75; Paper Files
6O0 to $3.50; Blotters $1.00 to
$3.50,' Deik Clock $2.00 to $0.50.
CHINA.
Chocolate Sets $2.50 to $22.50;
Salad Sets $2.50 to $15.00; Ser
vice Plates $1.75 to $12.50 ea.;
3 pc. Tea Sets $2.25 to $22.50;
Cups and Saucers 25c. to $22.50
ea; Dinner Sets $8.50 to$1 50.00;
B. & B. Plates $3.25 to $22.50
dz. Steins $1.00 to $9.00; Jugs
$2.50 to $22.50; Olive Trays
Bonbons, Celeries 50c to $3.50;
Fern Dishes $2.25 to $3,75; Pud- ,
ding Dishes $2.00 to $3.75; Caka
Plates and Baskets 50c to $8.50
ed.
COPPER COODS.
Most unique and practical ar
ticles are now manufactured of
copper: Tea Service $12.50 to
$22.50; Five O'clock Kettles
$2.7G to $12.50; Coffee Percola
tors $7.50 to $10.00; Wlno Cool
ers $3.50 to $6.00. Trays $1.85
to $3.50; Bread or Cake Bas
kets $2.75 to $5.00; Smoking
Oeta $3.50 to $12.60; Tantalus
Sets $12.50 to $35.00; and many
others too numerous to mention.
ITALIAN MARDLES, $5.00 TO $112.50,
ART POTTERY, 50o TO $85,00,
MM. m. DIMOND 5t CO

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