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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1900.
TO CLEAR OUT STOCK
For two weeks only, we will sell
litis $9 boot for $0. Two fine lines
in Tf.u and one in Black.
This is the boot for hard wear;
and it's a comfort to those whose du
ties are in the open.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
BOUOUM. March 8. 1909
Mclnerny Shoe Store
I. i i-- i . . -1 i." i in 1 1 i i i ii ii ii
J Lamb, Mutton, Rabbits
IN FINE CONDITION, ON ICE, EX MAKURA. NOT TOO
fl MUCH NOR TOO MANY. BETTER ORDER TODAY. 4
f Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd. ?
I Plxouo 45 1
. r ur STOCr
I Riewrr It Co. ,...
Kwa rtuitttlon Vo .
M wiUn A eric. Co. .
Mw Com Ac Run Co .,
Hawaiian SuRir Co..
ItcmomuSiiitit Co .
tlftnokia Sugar Co. .
Hftikunrr Cn .,
Hulctilvin Sugir Plant
KMiuku Mjrimllrwi I ;
ktkatiASu Co- ...
kl(lm1u Si(tr Co. -Knlm
SujrJf Co . .
Onh S' ir Co , .
Oa o1!ittr Plant Co
i A WXt ,0 IJU
mtiau StiRtr PNnl Co
Pacific 5utir MU1
Pal Plantation Co ....
relifrn Sujrar Co,
WUtu Auric (n ...
W'liultu Sugar Co ,,,,
Wftlmahft'u Sugar Co
WaimtftSucar Mil" Co
Hawaiian Iron Fenc
lull r-L and Sie im N Co
Hon HTM. Co I'rtl
lion KTJkl.Co Com
Mutual Tfltptione Co
Natilkn KlIiUt Co.
Nahiku HuMnrCo Am.
Oahu K ft I, Co
Hon lift MCo
Hawaiian PI wapple Co.
HlwTtf U cFlteCI
Haw Trr.H uc
Haw Tar i pc
Haw Gov't . nc
Haiku Sugar Ca6pc
Ham. Dllch Co .
Urcwr Pilch (
Haw Com A Sue Co $
Haw Susir Co f. n c.
HIloB KCo Con Ipt
Hotialcaa Such Co f.pc
linn KT& i.ruai c
Kahuku Pjlnt Co 6 ti c
Oitiu K& I.C060C .
Oalm SilKar Co f p c
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 n c
Pac- Su. Mill Co, Ca
I'all "laiilallo.l Co . ..
Plcurtr MIIICu 4 c ..
Waialua AirlrCo Hie
hi j tun
T'S all ready for you a new, hand
some suit; and a smart stylish
overcoat; made for us, to sell to
Hart Schaffner & Marx
who make the best clothes in the
world. We've provided for all sorts of
appetites in clothes; we know we've
got what you'll like.
Single and double brca.hd suits; with patch, and plain
and plaited, and buttoned pockets; overcoats in all styles
long, medium, box and form-flttine; all sorts of good
things. Ready for you. Blue and black suits a specialty;
Prince Albert, full dresj, Tuxedo.
Thin nlore I h tliu home (if
Hart ScliafTner & Mnrx clothes
KINO STREET near FORT.
VGXT TO V01JNO HLOQ.. 178.100 KINO eREET
Josepii A. Gilman,
SHIPPING; AND COMMISSION MER0HANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bsth. Mains;
PARROTT & CO., Bag Francisco.
dai 1 mi ii 1 11 a 1 1" 1 h
Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
134 King St
Sales Between Uonnls: 10 Hon. 11.
& M. Co.. $22 50; 10 Hon 1). & M. Co.,
S22.S0; r.O Onhn StlRar, 30.r.'l; DO Oalm
SilKar, 130.r,0; 2U Oalm Hiikri-, $30.50;
18 Oahu SiiRar, (30.fi0. Senuliiii: 50
Olaa, ll.87'4; 5o Olaa. i 87i4; J500
1'ala fis, 1101; IS Haw. C. & S. Co..
S107; 10 Haw C & H Co.. $107, 5
H.iw. C. & H. Co, 8107.
Latett sugar quotoitlon 3X03 centa
or $76.00 per ton.
Kinau Goes to Bring
C H. Cooke Back
. C. M. Cooko will HrrUe hero to
night from Kauai on the steamer
f Kinau, specially chartered for the
4- Thu Kinau via tleKpatcheil
from here today, huIIIiik at 10
o'clock thin ir.ornliiR lllchanl
f Cooke, when reen today, Htated
4- that his father was Iniprovtiiif anil
t on that account It was dicldod to
4- Ben.l thu Kluan to hrluK him hack
4- to Honolulu.
C. H. Cooke, who only rolurned
from Kauai jeaterday In tln Ml
f kahata, went tilonn lu thu Kinau
to bring his father iaek
Sugar, 3,803 cts
Henry Waleriiouss Trust Co,,
Members Honolulu (UpeK and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
The Paint Ebon.
t.j j.?nm t'TT i. 'i
"BELLE OF NEW YORK"
THE OPERA TONIGHT
Thtf first show of the farewell en
gagement here will ho "The Hello of
New' York " one of the most popular In
llio repertoire of the Pollards. It Is
hrlght, catchy, and tuneful, ami the
chlldrm put It (in with a dash and
spirit that makes It mora than tisuilly
Maiiy now song hits, specialties and
comic situations have heen Introduced
blncu thu Lilliputians wcro last here
Among them will ho "Ooodliyo, Hono
lulu Town!" uy Leslie Donaghey, a
too iluuco liy Kthel Naylor, and a new
covlc song. "Don't You Know," by
The big demand for seats ut Uorg
Strom's has shown tho popularity of
theso clover little actors belter than
any demonstration could havn done.
They have a biiro place In tho hearts
of Honolulu people, "The Hello" rims
Monday, Tuesdny and Wednesday
nights, followed by "Klorodorn" for tho
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PI10NE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3, Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming ; also deal in Crushed Rock, White an4
Black Sand, Broken Contl, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE MOVING A SPF
W. L EATON,
' Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Sccietary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours; From
12 to 1 at Eullctin office.
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.II.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. rORTand KING St Honolulu.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Oakland promlsod tormina) passen
ger station by Southern Pacific at
Sixteenth .street for main lino and
Position by flermnu girl to do houte-
work. Address "A.," this office.
NEW - TO-DAY
Old Kona Coffee
Fresh every day. Phono 22.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
I Tho mombcis of Hawaiian Lodge.
No. L'l, will nsseinhlo at Masonic
I Temple for tho puipouo of attending L
tue ruuoral or llro. Winter (J. feu
cock Memboru of I'aclfic and Ocean.
Ic Lodges and ltitliig Urothers uio
Invited to attend.
4L'B3.1t V T HAWI.INS, W.M.
fHl itH H t
HERE ON APRIL 1
"Japanehe waishlps will nirivo
theru April 1st and will remain for
Japanese Consul General Ujen
)esterday recched the nbovc olllclal
cablegram from his homo govern
ment. Tho names of the warships
were not given out In the cablegram,
but they nre known to be tho So a
and Aeo. They are. both cruisers rap
turcd by the Japanese during
The nows of tho coming of the war
ships is -important to tho Ior.11 Jap
anese. Tho ships will be In command
of Admiral IchlJI, who was on board
Admiral Togo'M flagship MiWasa dur
ing the war
While. In Honolulu, Admiral IchlJI,
the ofllceis, and tho men will bo roy
ally entertained. The local Japaneto
athletes aro planning to have athletic
contests with tho men from the wai
shlps. Features of the sports will bo
wrestling and fencing between local
Japanese and men from the worships.
HOUSE ROBBED WHILST
FAMILY AREAT CHURCH
Thieves lslted Mrs. Kllmboth Tur
net's house In College Hills ycstci
day morning, between 10 and 12
o'clock. Tho Turner houso adjoins
tho residences of It J lralt, J. O. Lilt
ted and Mr. I'aton. It wus nu Impu
dent lobbciy and took ploco whilst
tho family was uway nt church. For
tunately tho members of tho family
wnro most of their Jowclry to tho
church, or elzo tho loss would hao
been much greater.
On Mrs Turnci's icturii from churih
sho onlerod tho houso bv tho front
door, and at onco noticed' that Hie
hack entrance was 'open. On going
through tho houso it was found that
sumo money that had been laid uwas
In different places had been stolen.
Kvcn tho children's banks wero rifled.
A message was sent at onco to tho
police HtatMi, and I lie dctectho forcu
notified of tho occurrence). Neighbors
gavo the iljcu some clues to work
on, and named borne persons whom
tliey thought had some knowledge of
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
BULLETIN AH3 PAY
THE GEM THEATRE.
Messrs ICuli) nnd Wider are wear
ing a pleasant Millie these days, th'i
tiowded condition of thelihoiibe Is all
that they could wish for New flliiu
nut uniting on every boat nnd uver
tlilug iibout the place Is strictly up to-date,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
All classes of servants read Bul
letin Want Ads. .So do all classes
Ten good auto hacks, Phono 0.
Have lunch at the Roval Annex.
A. 0. Hanson of Tncotuu Is at tin'
I)ald Douglas and wife of Kun
registered at thu Young Hotel.
Moving pleturo theaters aro multi
plying rapidly on Hotel street.
A. S. Nlckerson. from Seattle, Is reg
Isteied at tho Alexander Yinulg Hotel
L. W. Nuto and wife of Huston will
leave for a trip to the volcano tumor
llollglous services were held on
Punchbowl nt 0:30 o'clock yesterdi
Mrs. Kearns makes and packs Ha
waiian presorves; they aru fine. TjIio
J. W. Smith and family of Faigo.
North Dakota, returned fiom u visit to
Mr. and Mrs. (leorgn Monroe of
Fresno, Cnl., came back Saturday frou.
u visit to thu, volcano
Inter-Island and 0. 11. & L. shipping
looks for sale at bo Hullutlu
olflce, CO each.
I! you aro looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll flud them.
C. K. Kdmimdr came h me on thu
Moana Saturday, looking much Im
I roved in health.
Tho Marino nuglncers Ileneficlnl Ac
socl.ition will meet In K. of P. hall nt
T 20 this evening.
Lady Howard, who Is steyiug at the
Moana hole, will leave for Jniiau In
time for tho Cherry Dlossuni Festival I
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
,,,' 'and preservative properties California
1,10 ! IVort f!n.. nirnnlR
L. A. Nuies and wife who line
spent two weeks on thu Island of Ha
walli returned Satin day from the vol
caiio. iter T. Okumur.i, pastor of tho Ma
klki Japanese church, was operated
upon Saturday nt thu Palama General
Illshop Chns. W Smith, who has
been looking Into tho church affairs
lu tho Islands, will leave In tho Siberia
for tho mainland
Oysters as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
W llliinle Tail arrived heio on I ho
ltc) ul Mull steamer Moana from Cm
ud.i Satin day and Is now staving nt
thu Moana hotel.
What about vour hat? It's tluio U
was seen to. Call on tho Expert II.it
Cleaneis. Woik guaranteed. Fort
St. opp. Club Stables.
Mrs. Thomas I Armlstcad and two
daughters of Poitland, Otegon, vveie
arriving passengers on thu Mimii.i
from thu Noithwest Saturday
C H Kluegel, Assistant Supcriuten
dent of Public WorKB teturued from a
business trip to Hawaii on tho Mauiii
Kca Saturday. Ho has been on u leave
of nbscncu surviving for the Illlo lall
way. An acid engraved glass plate, bear
ing tho names of membeis of the class
of 'S3 of Oahu Colelge, has been tllb
covered among tho relics of by gone
days ut tho college. It will bo fiaiiK'd
Tho regular scaslnn of Aloha Chap
tor of tho Daughters of tho American
involution will bo held th'b iifternoon
nt tho homo of Mrs Agnts II. Judd
1742 Nuiinnii avenue, nt 1 o'clock TJn.
topic to lio ronsldered is "Heroes of
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning-, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth
ing. Let's try it.
At thu College of Hawaii tonight tin
locturesjis scheduled vvlull ho given
At 7.30Mlss Hunt will speak on the
"Preservation of Fruits," and be fol
lowed by Prof. Potter on "l'miliiv and
Piolits" Until lectures will be illus
trated by lantern slides.
Makes Electric Lift lit so reasonable that no one iu
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
AH Roads Lead To
the place where the best soda water is made. We liarc the
place and the best aerated wnters on oarfh. There is no
creater variety or bettsr flavor nnd we deliver to residences
promptly upon receipt of an or.lcr.
Consolidated Soda Water orks Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. PHONE 71.
vmsKT mmsssanwEBmimm ,
Thy Lenten Repast!
Burnhani's Clam Bouillon, Eastern Oysters, Mackerel in Tomato, Ba
rataria Shrimps, French nnd Holland Cheese, Lobsters, Olivw, Imported
Dill Pickles, Little Neck Clams, Caviar, Deep Sea Crab Mett, Sardines,
Smoked Heriing, Smoked Salmon.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
1G9 King St. FOOD CATERERS. Telephone 240.
in the corners of your yard should
be filled in, Tiicy nic unsightly and
unhealthful, y specially after rains.
Let nc figure with you.
P. M. POND, Contractor. Tel. 890
V "a Or "a? S V 5r V V V Va y ) J
8 Blew IrOOClS
t ( S i N W V f c .
J v W W S Sm Sa s sr a S v S v 0 NJP i vaT
Per S.S. Alameda
PERCALE SHIRTINGS A fine assortment, in stripes, fig
ures, and plain colon.
LINEN riNISHED PERCALES Of superior quality, figur
ed and plain 3G .inches wide.
STRIPED GALATEA Beautiful goods; for ladies' tailor
nihtlo suits. In Blue, Green, and Brown. Also a fines
assortment of narrow 3tripes for boys and girls.
ALL-WOOL ALBATROSS In Black, White, Navy, Lt. Blue,
Pink, Old Rose, Lavender, Copenhagen Blue, and Reseda
A Choice Assortment of LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
BEAUTIFUL RIB30NS in plain Noire effects and figured.
., & trjUv-AL.