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EVRN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1008.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
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The Doctor Says':
"You're worn out; you .need mt and new vitality,"
and' writes a preicription.
Tou'd get better retulti by keeping your money and
taking a glats each morning of
for men, women, and children. Guaranteed quality, good
material and faat color. TEN CENTS A PAIS. , Extra
quality WINDOW CURTAINS going thii week at TOTY
M CENTS A PAIS.
iTi Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
the difference between our ICE CREAM and othen. ,
Now we'll tell you the reason: we uie only pure,
' fresh milk and cream in making our ice cream, others
use evaporated and preserved milk, because it's cheaper.
PALM CAFE, Hie Home of Sweets
IN BY IB
Announced That She-Has
Big Guns On Board
Shortly before 9 o'clock thH morning,
the M, N. S. S. Hllonlaii wag reported
by wireless, whtlo still oer soventy
miles out at pea. It was announced
that mho would bo at the dOck by 2
this nftornnon. A list of the passcn
gcrs wai also sent, and an account of
tho cargo. This In quick work, and
makes things easy for the agent.
The llllonlan, It Is announced.
brings ths bnlanre of the big guns
for tho Diamond Head foitlflcatlons,
half of tho shipment coming on her
last trip, and the other half being In
her hold now. Thcro VIII bo more In
teresting work getting tho big howitz
ers on the wharf, after the passengers
and the less bulky part of tho cargo
havo been put off. It Is found that
tho guns can bo best handled nt tho
Besides tho guns, sho brings in
about 1800 tons of miscellaneous
goods, Including a largo arobunt of
The passengers who had their names
flashed across tho water aro:
H. A. White, C. F. Whlto. Mrs. H.
P. llowen, W. II. Cole, wife and child,
W. A. Gill and wife, Miss H. J. Eamcs.
Miss names, F, C. Chalmers, Mrs. V.
W. North, Miss O, Marslly, Miss Ad
cock, Mrs. L. A. Alton, W, Mackenzie,
Mrs. M. Hainbly, Mrs. Mcuregor, Mas
ter Roderick Johnson, Frank Wevdon.
At the same time sho reported that
tho A.-II. S. S. Columbian was only a
few miles from her, leading In the
endeavor to mako the port first.
HONOLULU, June 10.1908
KAMI OF STOCK
I Brewer Si Co.
P a Plantation Cn ....
Haw Com fc Sue Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Munotnu Sugar Co ..,.
Honokaa Sugar Co . ..
Kahuku Plantation Co
k'lpahute Sugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co
McHrrrft Sugar Co...,
Oahi Sugar Co ,
Onomea Sugar Co ;
Doknla Sugar Plant Co
Olu Sugar Co Ltd ....
Paaliau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pal Plantation Co ....
PtpwVro Sugar Co....
Waialn Agrlc Co
WHIukuSuglr Co ,.,,
Walmanalo Sugar Co.,
Walmea Surnr Mill Co
Inttr-liland Steam N Co
Hawaiian Kiectrlc Co..
Hon H T L Co Prel
Mutual Telephone Co
Nililku Rubber Cn.,
Nahiku Hutirwr Co.Au.
Oaliu Rft t.Co
HiloK K Co.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
HawTer 4 pel Fire Cll
HawTer 4 PC
Haw GoVj pc
Ca. Beet Sug It Ret Co
rlalku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Uprr Ditch to
tlawSuear Cob nc
HlloRKCo Con 6 pc
HonRT& L Co 6 c
tanuiu r.m .o ope
MrBnrdr S Co', &
'all I a St
U IHP.IIUtl -J)
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Oaliu Sugar Co ipe
ciaa augar lodd c.
Pac Sug. Mill Co. (a
Pala Plantation Co .,,,
Pioneer Mill Co 6 DC
Walalua Agrlc Co J p c
Saturdai: nlijlitsnt tho Moana hotel,
there will be an exhibition of fancy
dancing to be given by tho children
of Mrs Gunn's classes. The little tots
aro training every day to mako tho af
fair a success, and with Mrs. Gunn to
direct them, should give their audience
n rare treat in graceful dancing and
Tickets for tho occasion aro on sale
at Chambers Drug Store. H. F. Wlch-man-&
Co and Hanson, Smith & Co.
Tho admission prlco'also Includes tho
dance which Is to be neld arter 10
NEW - TO-DAY
Sales Session: 2S McBrydc, $4;
8 Mcllryde, $4.
DUIdends June 10, 1908: Panuhau,
Cc. share; Walluku, 1 per cent.
Notice No session tomorrow, Juno
11, 1908, Kamehamcha Day,
Latest sugar quotation, 4.40 cents
or $88 per ton.
.Try tome other. Then try thii.
have had it for yearn.
We have the Sole Agenoy and
: Beeauu we have found it the aett! t
TJenman hu the finest. Creamery in California.
LEWIS k COMPANY. LTD.
FAMILY GROCERS. . 169 KING ST. TEIEPHOHT. 240.
London Beets, 1 1 s 4 1 -2d
Henry Waterhouso Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Dopaitmont
M.mb.rt Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILUA.WON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT STB.
' TtL. PRIVATat KXCHANQI 4.
CARD OF THANK8.
Chtng Anting and K. Y." Chlng wish
through these columns, to express
their thanks to all friends, who have
kindly contributed floral pieces and
other tokens of "sympathy In their re
"SONNY" CUNHA Pianist
MRS. KING Soprano
HOTEL ST. NEAR PORT.
Wli! oil, BY
An express wagon 'driven by.a Jap
anese wan this morning "at about 9
o'clock struck by a Rapid Trairllt car
near the junction of King und Here
tantn streets. Tho wuuon was belnc
'driven out from nn alley when It was
struck by a town-bound King street
car, although the motorman did what
ho could to acrt the accident.
Tho wagou was 'struck but only
slightly damaged, and tho horso es
caped unhurt. Tho driver was not
qultu so lucky. He was pitched from
his scat to tho ground and sustained
bomo minor bruises on tho body,
though thoy woru not serious enough
to necessitate his removal to tho hos
pital. SEC. GARFIELD
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ, WIN KINO iTREBT.
Jf At l Has Moved to
. LAINUU OREGON ,BtOCIt
Fleet Is Here!
in our' show window and
with it 6nr handsome Jewelry,
. Hade in BELT PINS,
WAIST SETS. SCARF PINS,
113 HOTEL ST.
(Continued from Faze 1)
body, rrom llllo the party will go
to the Volcano and witness that mag
nificent spectnele, after -which visits
will be made to Hana, Keanae, Ka-
hulul, and Maul points. The Beorc
tary will be takeu all over the great
plantations on the Islands, being
shown plncnpple-g'rowlng as well as
sugar and other Hawaiian products.
It Is planned to have the party
return here Thursday morning. Then
from Honolulu again a trip may bo
made' to Kauai. Ths committee has.
not yet worked out tho completed
plans for entertainment, but It Is
certain that ho will be splendidly
treated while bete.
The following wore present at the
meeting this morning: L. Tenney
Peck, 0, It. Carter, E. D. Tennoy, I,.
A. Thurston, Antonio Terry, A. V,
Judd, D. P. R. Isenbtrf, K, II. Btnck
able, S. M. Hallou, J. P. Cooke, A. y.
C. Atkinson, J. P. Morgan, H.'rJ.
Cooper, P. L. Wuldron, Dr. Ij. E. Co-
fer. V. H. nabbltt, Major S. W. Dun
ning, Capt. C. P, nees, Capt. C. V.
LOCAL iND IENEIAL
The quickest exit from the outing
problem ii by way of the B u 1 1 e t i n
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds 8tbl.
II. V. EhliTR & Co. will close all day
Thursday, June 11th.
Oliclo Jam, the famous Volcano ber
ry, at all grocers and factory.
Honk! Honk! Call lilt, J. A. Mc
Leod, for tho pleasautest auto lido.
Itlng 109 for Una Studebakor, five
Rented nuto; day or night. Club
THE BULLETIN WILL NOT
BE ISSUED TOMORROW KAME-
Why not spend Itao summer at one
of the yeasldo CottngusT Engage a
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drlnkB uro Henod In tho best mnnner
nt tho Fashion. Just glvo ui a try.
The General Althur Is the oldest
and most popular brand of tho ten
cent cigars. Its flavor Is unequalled.
M. A. (lutiftt & Co.
Primo Ilorr is tho beverago that
puts new Ufa and lgor Into ou, with
out tIeprcsRing nftor effvets. Try a
glass with our meals.
On installments of J3 per month )ou
can purchase a Whlto Family llotary
sewing machine. Denny & Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12(0 Fort St. Phone 488.
Tlios. F. McTlgho & Co, Just re
ceived by tho China n largv assort-
meiii oi oiu wines wmen tney now
have on sain at reasonable prices.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian umce specialty uo.,
Ltd.; fhone 143.
There's a Victor Talking Machine
for every homf, and no homo should
bo without one. Get It on onr easy
pajment plan, Uergstrom Music Co.,
A concert will be given for tho ben
efit of the I'.wa Junior Christian En
deavor Society at the PenliiMila hall
on Saturday, June 13, 1908, at 7.30
If you havo not already ordered a
gas stovo do so beforo you havo sjicnl
your surplus funds In coal or wood. A
gas stove will pay for itself In six
There's no nuiRon whyv a business
man should receive ladles In his shirt
sleeves when ho can get liaiiilRume,
comfortable' olflce coats at M. Mc
Inerny's. The URiinl annual picnic of tho First
Methodist Church congregation will
be held at Walklkl City York tomor
row. Friends of tho church aro Invit
ed to participate.
Don't allow jour chanco to slip by
of getting the finest white goods of the
best quality at greatly reduced prices.
Uloni Ir having a special reduction
Bale every day till Saturday night.
The thing that makes a big differ-
onco between our ice ceram and olh-
eis Is that we utc only fresh milk and
ci earn In" making; It. Others use tho
evaporated urtlcles. , The Palm Cafe.
Henry May & Co. are having a siwc-
lal sale of Fllcklnger'g fruits pears.
peaches, jiprlcots, egg plums, green
gagt plunis, and cherries.) at reduced
prices, 35c tins now,; selling for 2Dc.
Mr.' ond Mrs". Thos. F. McTlgho
celebrated tho fifth birthday of their
littlo son Cyril, also tho departure of
MIhs Desmond of San Francisco, at
their beautiful homo "Irlaudn," on
Young street, Tuesday evening.
Among thojii prcetnt were Hon. J. V.
rtoblnson, Hon. .1. A. and Mrs. Hughes,
Mr. mid Mrs. John Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. flehrlng. Mrs. John II. Parker,
Mr. and MrB. Kevan, Mr. Strohm, Mr.
and Mrs. J. flrubo, Miss Payne,' Miss
Desmond, MIsh Ireno Hughes, Cnpt.
Lano, Mrs. Thompson und Miss
Tho Mongolia brought to Honolulu
twu bright people In the persons of
Itev. nnd Mrs. Ernest C. Cooper of
Yung Chow (now named Mlnio) China.
This city is in the provlnco of Hunan,
which boasts the finest manhood and
most ardent. patriotism In tho Empire."
Mr, Cooper's eighteen years have seen
marked changes in Hunan, whero onco
foreigners had a hard time to live bo
cause of the hostility of the people.
Now nil Is changed and Hunan Is 'tho
center of progrcsH. This tnenlng at
7:30 Mr. .Cooper will tipcak In Central
Union Church on his oxtorlcnces. Tho
public Is cordially invited to attend.
III NfW SKI 1HUTM
Thcro will be tho first opening
of the Art Theatre this evening, even
though the entrance Is not nutto fin
ished. The now films for tho pic
tures -arrived on (he llllonlan today,
and will be shown tonight. The ge
nial "Sonny" Ctinha Is to take charge
of the piano nnd accompany Mrs.
King in her noted illustrated songs.
Mrs. King has a wide reputation on
tho Coast as a most beautiful Blngor,
und tho management were obliged to
go to a great deal of trouble to get
her here for their theatre, which will
undoubtedly be appreciated by the
theatre-going peoplo of Honolulu.
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Summer is fairly
at hand, or tho
time for new
clothes has actu
ally come, we'll
be very glad to
show you the
finest lot of good
things to wear
that ever came
into this town.
This storo Is ttic linino of
Hint Schuffficr h Marx
ELKS' BLDQ., King nr. Fort.
Copyright 1908 by,
Hart Schttiner & MUX
To frme your
We Frame in the 'Most Suitable Manner
Photographs, Diplomas, Sketche
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Hawaii Photo & Art Company, Ltd.
BETTER BUTTER THAN EVER
and it will cost you less. We have just received the larg
est coniienment we have ever had and offer it at
CRYSTAL SPRINGS . . ... 35centslb.
WHITE CLOVER 30cents lb.
PARKER'S RANCH, 2 1b 70ccut
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX, 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alio deal in Crushed Rock, White nnd
Rlack Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, 0 jib way of Y. B., A. 7. C. C. No. C0247,
and Gnenon Lad, 2nd A. 3. 0, 0., No. C2304, at service nt $10.
Tel. 800 The Pond Dairy
152 Hotel St.
Unltod Railroads must imy $12,000
yearly for use of Outsldu tracks, In
Market street, San Francisco, .super
: a .
Itlcharil Wolmyrlsht, acting Rear-
Admiral, now commands tho scconQ
division of Atlantic fleot.
Auction salo of Mrs. Bello aunncss'
propel ly results In largo receipts, ex
cecdlni; cost of Roods.
W. R. ifenrBt all jia away to Ruropo
to dodes proccEs tervorii while ho
gains In recount, 0
From New York
Residents of the Prospect street
hillside last evening sent word to
the police tltat a certain Individual
whose pctfons hud for some, weeks
past been arousing the nelgnuornnou
was1 again abroad and was acting
suspiciously. Several oulcers wcie
Bent io the scene, und tho man was
finally caught In Thomas Square hy
Officer Ileees. Uo turned out to bo
ono Joe Roberts, who Is an Inmate
of tho Insane Asylum but who was
at the time released on parole. Ho
was returned to the Asjliuu, A pe
culiar thing about tho Roberts case
Renresontntlvu llurton of Ohio Is
chosen to nominate Taft In Chicago is that his wife Is alio un Inmate of
10c a yard
16 2-3c a yard
For a Few Days at
E. W.Jordan & Co., Ltd.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
OPPOSITE YOUXCJ H0TEI.
convention, 'tho Institution