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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. FIUDAT, JUNE 7, 1031.
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HMHt r ' ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 1031. 1"'-V1 J , . , g'j 13
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. SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple by the introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it.
t It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KINu BROS,
and do the work yourself.
run stocK in anv snade.
Call and see us before buying
to -Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monn-
mental Co., Ltd.
.76 KINO ST.
MAKES FRESH DAILY
Home Made Pies, same as your mother
made, In mlnce,'arple, reach, berry, lemon,
pumpkin and cream. They are superior
to any purchased elsewhere, and all hot at
to o'clock a. m. Our Hot Doughnuts are
simply par excellence and ready at G o'clock
a. m. Try some wltn your morning coffee.
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs ready
at n o'clock a. m, delicious. We serve
Hot Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Hot
Buns, Snails, or Doughnuts, a light break
fast for to cents only. Cold Sliced Ham
lunch, assorted, (or working men, only 15
COMMENCING JUNE tst we will
sell 30 loaves of our bread fbrsne dollar.
Please call up PHONE 74 and send In
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Grocers Shown Up !
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Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, it reduces the
temperature fully 15 degrees and preserves the iron from
.rust, and we guarantee it to last for years. All we ask is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It is as cheap or cheap ;r
than any of the so-called Roif Paints now on the market.
While they make the roof better, " Arabic " will make them
cooler. If you buy the " Arabic" and put it on yourself, it
will cost you about ic per square foot ; if you want us to
furnish "Arabic", labor, etc., it will cost you from ijcto
2c per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Liuod' Slate, a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
Hilo, Hawaii, June 7, 1901.
In my Innocence I purchased
here in Hiio a jar of your
(put up ty Mn. E. O. KM J, Richmond, Vi.t
It brought me great trouble, and
one of three things must occur :
i. You must stop making them;
2. I must get them at less ex
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my first venture I've had
many "jars." My family from early
morn cry "Pickles;" neighbors ring
the door-bell and shout '"Pickles;"
i relatives visit me in expectation of
i"Di:kles." Your pickles' are my
I Nemesis. Please, Dear Sirs,
quote them by the Keg, Barrel,
I Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and
Yours very truly,
iiiji 1 11 in "B
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation ol
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
"OTetll, IKiolxols Oo., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
To Lewis & Co..
HONOLULU, T. H.
Or torn other kin4 ol Biscuit or Wafef tucti a
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Juil rtcelvtJ a tre.li .hlpment ul th to.l
H. MAY &, CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones 22, 24 and 02. P. O Box 38G
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Whose mothers are delighted with
the way their little ones chuckle
when they see their Taroena food
coming. Babydoesn't wake up In
the middle of the night now and
bawl for an hour or two. Why ?
Because mamma feeds him : t s :
during the day. It makes baby fat
and healthy.- Mamma takes Taro
ena Food herself, everynioriilng
for breakfast, because It aids her
digestion and fits her to bring up
her little ones. Just try It.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
TEL. MAIN i9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CONNER KINli AND
CALIFORNIA. AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB U0U8B GOODS
RtctivtJ ry Every SttAmtr,
A. It. Servcn, Chief Examiner of tha
Civil Service Commission, will lcavo
Washington Monday for Honolulu. Ho
will join Commissioner Rodenbcrg,
who left Washington Wednesday, at
Kansas City. Together they will pro.
ceed to San Francisco and will sail
j from that city Juno U, rcachlng.Hono-
lulu about tho 14th. During the sue-
(ceeillng two weeks an opportunity will
be given citizens of tho United States
1 raiding In Hawaii to bo examined for
positions In the classified service. Tho
following examinations will bo held It
there nro applicants for them: Aid,
coast nnd geodetic survey, book type
writer, Chlncso Inspector, departmental
'Jerk, elevator' conductor, fish cultur
If.t, Immigration Inspector, meat In
ipetrtor; observer, weather bureau:
stenographer, typewriter, superintend.
mt of construction, topographic drafts
man, copyist tnpogiaphlc draftsman,
resistant topographer, translator of
modern languages; nil positions In tho
customs service, Including examiner of
general merchnndlso; railway mall
clerk; positions In tho Government
printing office, Including compositors,
bookbinders, electrotypers, pressmen
and stcrcotypers; nil positions for tho
Indian service, including teachers, ma
trons, physicians, etc.
. Examinations will nlso be held for
petitions In tho Philippine civil service
'a follows: Stenographer, typewriter,
I Translator of Spanish and department
1 Under the census of 1900 Hnwall Is
entitled to fifteen appointments In tho
I apportioned departmental scrvlco at
'Washington nnd flvo In tho apportioned
I Government printing service. As soon
1 en the papers of theso examinations nro
Wared It Is probablo that certltlcates for
appointment will bo made from them,
Inasmuch ns Hawaii has not received
any of tho appointments to which It Is
1 entitled under tho law.
Tho Navy Department states that It
has the position of clerk to tho com
mandant thcie at $1,500, und 0110 of
wauhiuan at $2 per diem, which are to
be filled by persons residing In tho Isl
ands. The department will also need
watchmen, messengers nnd other clerks
I there. The Commissioner of I.nbor, In
!n letter to tho Civil Service CommU
' lion, Bays that every your that depart
ment will need some oho at Honolulu
.and Will be glad to have nn ellglblo list
jfrorn which he can draw one or more
Tho salaries of the positions In Ha
I wall will rango from $2 a day to $3,000
I a year.
AH nppllcants for examination In tho
Hawaiian Islands should nt onco notify
.Mr. Scrveen, tho chief examiner, In
core of tho postmaster at Honolulu,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Drop In to the St. Germain.
It Is understood that John Ena will
bo back In August.
II. D. Hlce has resigned bis position
la tho Custom House.
"Orocers Shown Up!" See letter to
Lewis & Co. on page 4
Repairs to the tug Eleu are rapidly
approaching completllou. e
Wilder Wight Is expected back from the
Coast In the steamer Helene.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
anu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Taki a rldo on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6 cents.
A strict watch tor stowaways aboard
the steamer Hawaiian Is being kept.
Camara ft Co. can now be found cm
Alakea street between Kin and Mer--chant.
Twenty-five shares of Watalua stock
sold for 102 this afternoon on the Stock.
No foreign vessels arrived or were
reported up to tho hour of going to
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sharpe will en
tertain Mr. and Mrs. Elleford at dinner
Miss Ethel Dimon Is to be the valedic
torian at the commencement exercises at
There was a largo crowd present at
tho departure of tho Hongkong Maru
Mr, and Mrs. E, D. McCIanahan are
occupying tho Hawaiian hotel cottage
on Richards street.
Chief Engineer Thompson of the
Knlulani Is suffering from a severe
attack of rhemuatlsm.
There will bo an important meeting
of the Marino Engineers Ilenellclal As
sociation on Monday (veiling.
In tho cstato of J. Ilotlng, the ac
counts of J. Ena, administrator, havs
been referred to F, J, Itusscll as mu
Harry Dunphy the son of Captain
Dunphy of tho ship Willie Rosenfeld Is
a quartermaster on tho Hawaiian now
Tho accounts of Samuel Kubey, ad
mlnlstratnr of tho estate of Yatta Ku
bey wero allowed and his discharge
F.mll C. Legros and Ellia Williams
were married at the Catholic Mission
yesterday, tho Rev. Father Clement
In the estate of Kathcrln Gray, the
final accounts of W. O. Smith, admin
istrator, have been approved and dis
Tho accounts of J. M. Camara, ad
ministrator In tho estate of Q. Fernan
dez, linvo been referred to P. D. ICoI-
Iett, Jr., as master.
License to sell real estate In the es
tato of A. C. Pcstana was gi anted to
M. A. Gonsalvcs, administrator, under
bond of, $8500 today.
There were no sales on the Htdck Ex
change lhl morning Walalua clo'edat 104
b J and 10s asked. Oahu was also weak
144 being bid an! IGJS asked.
Tho accounts of the Hawaiian Trust
& Investment Co., administrator of the
estate of tha Kahookano minors, have
been referred to F. J. Russell.
Tho Artillery and Stirs play at Ma-
klkl at 3:30 and Punahou and Kame
bnmebn at Punahou one hour earlier
Doth theso games will ho Interesting.
Tho will of tho lato John N. Wright
has been admitted to probato with W.
O. Smith nnd W. II. Wright ns execu
tors and Anna S. Wright, executrix.
r.i-it.iln HonfielJ now In command of
the Hawaiian was at one time commander
of the III fated bdward U'lirlen wnnse
hones are on the reef at the entrance of the
Some changes have been made In the
captains of the American-Hawaiian steam-e-s.
Captain torlon now has the Ore
gonlan and the California!! Is In commind
of Ciptaln Lyons formerly first officer In
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. carries n stock of photograph al
bums larger than all other stocks Ic
Honolulu combined and they do not
glvo them away.
J. A. M. Osorlo, administrator of the
cstato of Joaquin da Matta, submitted
accounts by his attorney, A. O. Cor-
rea, which were approved and adnilul
From the looks of things, the Honso
Appropriation bill will bo the first one
completed. This will cnusc tho Senate
to drop Its bill for tho purpoao or get1
ting to work on tha House hill.
A new seven room house, modern
plumbing, is for rent on Wilder ave
nuo next Alexander ftreet, at low
rental. Also furnished cottago with
piano. Seo For Rent column on page 8.
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The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
in all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and very springy : : : : :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
This Week Special
UR NEW YORK BUYER made some large
purchases direct from manufacturers, much below
the regular prices ; this week we are offering In
the Dry Goods Line extraordinary values : : :
Fast colors in Pink, Ox Blood, and Light
Blue, 10 cents a yard.
Greatest values ever offered
One case of
Regular Value 15c a yard.
; Special this week
One case of
Fast colors, 15c quality, special thfs week,
9 yards for Si. 00.
One case of fast color
60 Patterns to select from.
9 yards for $ 1 .00
PACIFIC IMPORT. CO.
FORT STREET, PROQRESS BLOCK
CL1INTOIN J. MUTCHIINS,
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Honolulu, June 7, igol.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer ftComr.oy.
NS SactllDG.Co, Ul
cwi riiniinon (.o
Hawaiian Com fit Su Co
Hawaiian Sucar Co.. .
Honontu Sugar Co . -HonokaaSuear
Haiku Sugar Co, ..
Kahuku Plantation Co.
KlHhulu Sugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co
KnrtM Suffjf Co.. at...
uinu aurir uoy . ..
Ookata Sugar Plan. Co
OUa Su. Co.. LU , at
piaumu &u. mn. 10
Pacific Sugar Mill....
Pala Plantation Co....
Ptptc keo Sugar Co . .
Walalua Agr. Co.. at
Walanat Company ..
walluku Sugar Co...
Waltnanalo Sugar Co
WalmtaMMCo . ..
Whirr ttimhle Co .
inwiHanj ?imn i-oi
Hawaiian Elrctrie Co.
non Dtm Launjry.
Mutual Telephone i,o
Oihu PvftLanJ Co.
Ptoplt't 'cf cVKfgCo
Flrit Nkilonil Rank
FirttA.S Bink & T. Co
Haw (1 Post SavaHpcrc
H1I0 U. R, Co. 6 percent
Hon. Wapll Transit.
fcwa Plantat'n 6 per cent
Oahu k A LanJCo.prc
wnu riantation ope
SALES 25 Oahu, 514800; 3sOaIiu,
147. 0: Walalua. 105.00.
W1LLARD G. U&OWUt
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and bu.td Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchugc,
OrJers lor the curchase or ulc of atadca
ana tonJs carefully and promptly exeaited.
DURING mv temDorarv abwiw Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for meiuufar
full power of attorney.
GrounJ Floor, JuJJ BuIldlnK.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
McINERNY BLOCIC. FORT ST.
JtIDD & CO.
Fire and Life Insurance
Stock and Bond Brokers
Rents and Bills Collected
307 Stangewald Building
P. O. BOX C67.
Tickets for tho Ilcalau) minstrels
went like hot cakes at the Wail, Nich
ols hook store this morning. Thtro waa
a Ions row of peoplo anxious to gee
tickets, waiting In tho store a full hour
and a half before the scats exo put o
sale. Tho performance over which Vhm
llealnnl boys have been working m
long and faithfully, Is asmired of as
niitlPIfl HlDDfifll? ni There wns.not much of Importance in
rAultlU UAitlllauIj l)U. tht rollce Court this forenoon. Sad
dle Mulier, cnnrgeii wiiu scinnK nuiior
v;lthout n license, had her rnso nollo
lrofc'd. Kenul, same charge, dismissed.
A Jiollo prosequi was entered In tho
case of l'cahl. clmrged with assault
,wlth a weapon, while F, Dlckmnn was
I reprimanded nnd discharged for cruel
ty to nulmnls. Tho samo disposition
was mnde of the case or Simeon ie,
vhurged with assault nnd battery on
Corner Hotel and Union Sts.
ijp-to-dtite llticks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manag.r.
FliESH SUPPLY OF THE
LATEST STYLES IN
E. W. JORDAN,
I 10 FORT STREET,
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