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EVENING DULLETtN, HONOLULU, T II, TUESDAY, MARCH 6. 1909.
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IN FINE CONDITION, ON
MUCH NOR TOO MANY.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron fence
MKXT TO )UNO RLDO 17.1B,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
raS'JRANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Ancnt for ARTHUR SEWAJ.I & CO,. 'Bth. Maine;
PARROTT & CO., Sar., Franchro
Hoiioiyiii-ooiistfuctiji) aoL' Ciiipg Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3 Irwin & C ltd.
V7e do all kinds of Teaming; also acal in Crushed Rock, White and"
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil. Eta SAFE MOVING A-BPf
W. L.. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Oflice Hours: From
12 to 1 nt Bulletin office.
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
KEYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES I
At AH Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. TORT and KING Sis.. Honolulu.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month1
TO CLEAR OUT STOCK
For two weeks only, we will cll
this $9 loot for $0. Two fine lines
in Tan and one in Slack.
This is the boot for hard wear;
and it's a comfort to those whose du
ties are in the open.
ICE, EX MAKURA. NOT TOO
BETTER ORDER TODAY.
and Monument Works
Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
Thi- Taint Shun
134 King St
Reee!ved',es Alameda a New-Ship
went of latest Styles in
Old Kona Coffee
Fresh every day. Phone 22.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 628.
HONOLULU STOW FXCHANE
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Ht-cl St Co ..
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Ilaw Tom ft u Cn
Hawaiian iic:af (n
HiNwmiii uj,ai Cn
Hntmkaa Hugiir Co
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MnlcMv.n Sujlf PI ml
kanbli 11 i, p,h,
Kfltali Sua; ' o- ..
koliKt MuirMr Co .
Mdinrtl"1!!.! Oi .
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f onfc 54 t;af Vo ..
Oa ol,,r Plant Co
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u,a "HKr Co 1.1,1 .
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Paaliau Sugar l'nt Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ..
Pal t'lantallon l" ,
Pontiff, naat Co ,,
Mi Ulja AvrV Co
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Vaii,knHaat Co ,,,
Wj manal,. Srnnr Ci
WalmM Su Mill Co
Intrlalait4 Mtnm N Co
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HwiK rft I.CnPrri
HonRT&l Co Com
Mutual Takuhotic Co
Paul III. ,
Nahlku Rublwf Co.Ata
Oahu RH I. Co
Hon BAM Co .......
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Haw Tar a
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Haw Tar l p
llawnovl t u
,1 a 'ku )UKar K.a iuc
Ham. Mich Co ,
Untwr Hitch ta
Haw Com A Sua- Co a fa:
Haw Suaar Co f n c...
Itilo a RCo Col, . tie
Houakaa Sufi, ro Cpc
Hot, KT(k i.Coic
Kahuku P am Co p c.
Hrllry.IrS Co'ata. ,
Qatiu Sugar Co ipe .
Olaa uicar Cogue,
l'- Sux. Mill Co, (a
Hala "latitll.i Co ....
I"it,tir Mill Co ipe ..
Vmaua Hgrli- Co l P c
Sales netv. con Dounls: 10 I'lopcer,
$1D5; 10 I'loiiciT. $1B3; 7 Hon. 11. T. &
U Co. S7E; 25 Oiliu Sug. Co.. $30,50;
T7 Onliii Bur. Co., )30 50; 40 Oahu Siik
Co. $30.50; 20 t'aaiiliau. J22 7E; 1U0
lldiiokiin. $lfi S7V4. Session: 50 Ha'v
l'lncnMilo Co,, 20?5.
Latest sugar qjolrja'.lon 3,C3 eenti
or $79.06 per ton.
Suaar, 3.803 cts
Beets, 10s, 3 3-4d
Henry Waiernouss Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu StocK and Bond
FORT AND MEhCHANT 3T8.
NEW - TO-DAV
made by woman immigrants from
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Rooms 0 and 10 Young- Hotel Bid?.
Tlio Stock Hooks of the Oahu Sugar
Co , Ltd., will io cloned to trniibfers
fioni Match 10th to intli, l'JOU, both
ts.) oi:o. UODIKK,
ALtlne Tieasuicr Oahu SiiKar Co.,
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Hawaii Mill Company, Limited
At the adjourned Annual Meeting
ot the Stockholders of tho Hawaii
Mill Company, Limited, held nt the
ofllec of II. Hnckfeld At Co., Ltd., Ho
nolulu, T. II., on Monday, MnuUi S til.
l'JOU, the following officers were
I lected to serve for tho ensuing yeai:
J. F. Hackfeld President
Paul R. Isenberg. . . . Vice President
Geo. Rodiek Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
A. Haneberg Auditor
The nbove olllcurs also constitute
the Hoard of Directors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Kukaiau Plantation Co., Ltd.
At the adjourned Annual Meeting
of the Stockholders of the Kukaiau
Plantation Co,, Ltd., held nt the of-'
flee ot II. Hackfeld & Co, Ltd., Ho
nolulu, T. It., on Monday, March 8th,
111 Oil, the following officers were
j elected to servo for the ensuing year:
i Albert Horner President
Robert Horner Vice President
J, F. Hackfeld Treasurer
F. Klamo . .i Secretary
A. Haneberg Auditor
The above mentioned officers, with
the exception of the Auditor, nlso
constitute tho Hoard of Directors.
254-3t , Secreturv.
T'S all ready for you a new, hand
some 'suit; and a smart stylish
overcoat; made for us, to sell to
you, by k
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 breasted suits; with patch, and plain
and plaited, and buttoned pockets; overcoats in all styles
long, medium, box and form-fittinR! all sorts of pood
.things. Ready for'you. Blu; and black suits a specialty;
Prince Albert, fulldresi, Tuo.
T h I h More I g tlio homo of
Hart SclinfTncr & Mnrx clothes
KINO STREET near FORT.
"BELLE JIF NEW YORK"
"Tho Hello of New York " tlio first
of tho attractions to he nffcreil ilurliiR
the farewell engagement of tho (.till
putlans, wan playcil hint night to a
crowileit hml bntluislastlc house. K
eryono In lluiiol'ilu seemWl to be at
tho iloors of the Opern House shuii
they were oteniHl.
It was a blR crov.il, hut n rikhI imt
uTcil ono; mid tlioiiRh there was a
rush for tlio offlco wlmlows, anil somo
lUinhltiR ami crowding, It wns tnkcii
In kooiI part by tho Jostlcil ones. They
wore there to see the return of Ihelr
stage favorites, nml mithliiK else mat
The opcrn Itsolf gave them all tho
chnnc-o they wanted to int their pent
up feelings; It was presuited In n mas
tor I' way by the little artlxtH, anil tho
audience, recoerlug from their
amarement nt tho cloeiness of tho
joiingstnrK, an amazement that
strikes one afresh each time tho Pol
lards appear applauded and encored
them again nml again
In stage action, bearing, and expres
sion, the Juveullns were equal last
night to ninny of the best adult profes
sional companies; nml what they
lacked In size, they more' than nuiilc
up In sprlghtllncss and vnthuslasih.
There they were theglftei onng act
ors tho children who had won the es
teem end affection of everyone In Ho
linlulil there they wero on tho singe
ngaln, doing their best nnd glliig
their best for their old friends In Hono
lulu, And their friends understood
and were well pleased.
fllio three new 8ieclaltleH that nlndo
the beat Impression were: 'Goodbye,
Honolulu Town," siiug with lino feel
ing and expression by Leslie Donag
hey; "Dontchcrknow," by Teddle Mc
Nninnra, that master comedian, and n
very cluer and pretty too ilante by
Hthel Naylor. Of alt those jUio car
rlcnl Ihelr parts perfectly, the ones
host known aro the Heinz twins, Ted
dle McNiimaru, V.vix l'ollard, and Hose
"Tho Hello" will run tonight nnd to
mnriow night, and then "Flornjora"
will bo presented Thursday, Prlduy
nnd Saturday nights and for the Sat
PURE FOODS AND
mean better, healthier, happier people.
It has been pi o veil, however, that all
medicines am not adulterated and
worthless any more than are nil food
The wheat has been sifted from tho
chair, and such medicines as Lydla K.
I'lnkham'H Vegetable Compound, which
Is niado from roots and herbs and com
piles with nil conditions of tho Pure
Kood nd Drugs Law, will continue to
hold Its place ns the standard Ameri
can romenly for femalo Ills.
AKONO In this city, March 9, 1909,
to Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Along, a
daughter. i "1 W
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gas nnd electric company-nsks big
ullln fun itinaiiirtliillfhii m9 k1a.
ousts iiii iivjiiit-uitlllWll m I11UIU UIIU
vantH tho city to pay Interest on tho
corporation's floating debt.
A Camera, marked Inside "Monroe "
Itetuin tq Monnn Hotel for rowitid,
All classes of servants read Bul
letin Want Ads. .So do all classes
Tin good uutounckn. Phone C.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
Olai Jtimiicd to n't, asked on the
Elock llxchango today,
Mrs. Win. Knnmii.i went to Konn to
day In the Manna l-oa.
Mrs. J A. Mnzocn booked to leave
In iho Mnuua Lon today
H. Malielou.1 will leave today fpr
Knunl, sailing In the Kliinu, tit 5
itev J. Wilbur Chapman, the dlstln
gutshed evangelist will nrilve lure on
Mrs. Kearns makes and packs Ha
waiian preserves; the) are fine. Take
L. Lesaga and L. Manes were ar
riving passengers on the Siberia yes
terday. Intor-Islond and O. It. L. shipping
books for sale at tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
offlco, 50 each.
A. Knudscn will not spcal; this uven-
lug, as ho has been railed away to
Knnnl with (lover nor Front
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co. 'kEetils. '
The stock books of tho Oahu Sugar
Co, Ltd., will bi) closed to transfers
Irom 'March 10th to 15th, both llates
Piesldcnt Smith of tho .Mormon
church nnd family were nmong the,
pnsseugerH who left In the Manna Ke.
today for Illlo.
Oysters as you like them, in any,
style, at the Royal Annex.
wnat about.) our hni; its tune it
was seen to. Cajl on the Kxpert Hat
Cleaners. Work, guaranteed. Fort
St. opp. Club Stables.
A man giving bls namu ob William
Nnlho was urrcstcd yesterday, charged
with trying to slice u Hawaiian wo
man up with a butcher knife,
A pnrky of Welch tourists on their
way around the world arrived on the
Siberia. They are Mies K. Kvnns,
Miss M. Hvnns, and Miss L. Price.
.(. P. 8p tiding ami W. S. Spauldlng,
capitalists, who arrived recently from
the Stntos, wore among tlio departing
pauxengOrs In tho Mnuua Ken. to visit
the volcano on Hawaii.
Arilvala nt 'tho Monnn Hotel ji;s
(onlay from the Siberia were M.
llurch and wife of Lincoln, Nclnaa-
ka; Miss Kvans, MIh N, Kvnns, South
Wales; Miss L. Price, Knglaml.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Lincoln Llppett tort
lijlluy for tho malnlnnd on the Siberia.
Air Llppett, who has been lsltliu!
heio In senrch of health, Is. one of tlio
principal owners of Ihu great Woou
socket Mills, near Provldcnco.ill. I.
If every property-owner land occu
pier will see, to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and .sidewalk in
front of 'his premises, the olty, will
look tu though-it had its fact wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth
ing. Let's try it.
'Ihu Marine Corps parotic at Atkin
son Park H'stcrdny morning, proved
n popular event not only with the vis
itors fioni the hotels of tho city, but
wlh Honolulu folk as well. It. K. Uo
nine was on hand and made a serjos of
moving pictures of tbo sohllerineu.
Tho Promotion Committee this
tnit.nltin Iuumi.,1 ,t ,iaw frit.l.,. t.. nJ.) ...
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.its "Island Serlee," Tho latost addl-
(m ,..,. .vlT. .,.., ,,,, , ...... ',
Is as nnnplute as Its predecessors havo
been, Thcie only remnlnr ono more
folder to bu gotten out, that for Kauai.
Tho report of tho registrar-general
of tal statistics khons that during
tho foi.rteen da) a ending February 14
thero vyas a total ot six dcuths from
I contagious illfeusoa, all due to tuber.
Iciitosls, During tho succeeding, biyi.
teen days there wero thirteen dentil
front contagious diseases, two from
diphtheria, ono from typhoid fever, uud
ten from tuberculosis. Tho total mor
tality for tho month of Febrlmry was
nlrittj-throo, of thibe flit) -two wero
males mid forty one females. Forty
two wtro HawulUna.
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Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one can
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
the place where the best soda water is made. We have the
place and the best aerated waters on earth. There is no
greater variety or beltjr flavor and we deliver to residences
promptly upon receipt of an order.
Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.,
,G. S. LE1THEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Thy Lenten Repast!
Burnham's Clara Bouillon, Eastern Oysters, Mackerel in Tomato, Ba
rataria Shrimps, French and Holland Cheese, Lobsters, Olives, Imported
Dill Pickles, Little Neck Clams, Caviar, Deep Sea Crab Meat, Sardines,
Smoked Herring, Smoked Salmon.
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
,169 King St. FOOD CATERERS. Telephone 240.
P. M. POND, Contractor. Tel. 890
Per SaS. Alameda
PERCALE SHIRTINGS A fine assortment, in stripes, flg
' ures, and plain colors.
LINEN FINISHED PERCALES Of superior quality, figur
ed and plain 36 iinches wide,
STRIPED GALATEA Beautiful goods; for ladies' tailor
nuule suits. In Blue, Green, and Brown, Also a fine
assortment of narrow stripes 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 RIBBONS in plain Noire effects nnd figured.
in the corners of your yard should
be.fillcd in. They are unsightly and
unhealthful, especially after rains.
Let roe figure with you.
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