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The PACKARD SHOE FOR MEN
POPULAR SHOE 'AT A POPULAR -FRIOE
- $4.50 AND
Stock and Borid Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE- 612. P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU, April 20.19C9
THERE is nothing for the
larder that we cannot
1'U.I OP STOCC
J btcwer ft t-o ..,
Fwt plantation Co ..
lUw Omi U SutfCo
Hawaiian Fugaf Co,.,
Hoiioinil SuRir ,'-
HutchlKn Stljaf PUll
K4htiVa Manial nn i i
hf iina SUc c-o- - i
M aliuluhuicar Cui.
kolOA SUKtr (U ... .4
0"mr,faS)f Co nit
O-totaSiuar I'hM Co
ClaiSuiiarCu Ltd ....
Panlmu Snear Pl.nl Co
Pacific Smaf Milt. ...
Paia Plantation Co ...
rw1ceo a.uitat' Co....
ttrilnku Sugar Co ....
Wilciid Suaar Mill Co
Imtt-li'airl stMtn N Co
ilmi H T !k I. Co Prti
Moii KT ft I. Co Com
hahtau RubbfrCo Ana
at a reasonable
Ring up 45.
V. P. HEILBROII, Proprietor.
Change of Management
will not affect the quality of tha soda water made hsre.
'Every good feature will bo preserved and we confidently
csrect a continuation of your valued patronac.
CcnioHdated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN B0HLEIF, Manager.
Oahn k L Co.
I law retLcl'lraCI
Maw Tera ic
Hi IrtW pc .......
H rr,'l uc
Ha. rr i. pc
Haw Gov t $ pc ,.
tlalku Sugar Co 6 pc
Hani. Dtch Co,
Haw Com ASugCosic
Haw Sugar Con pc...
IIIIO KCn Con 6 PC
llonakaa Sugai co. f tie
Kahuku P ant Co I p c
M.Hrvl.S U'lh, .
O iliu R & I. Co t p c .
U inu nilgar LO 1 p 6
Pua Sugar t n 6 p c
1C. Suit. Mill Ho. I
I'ul. Clantatl i,i Co ,
llonwrMIIICo 6 pc .
Walalua kiIiC ap
?32.15; 10 Haw C.
& 8. Co.
Latatt tuijar quotation 3.92 cent or
$78.40 per ton.
iii ' i il'Mwaawwawwagi
Sugar, 3.92 cents
Beets, IDs 4 l-2d
It cotts MONEY to fall to tay to the kit adantoge
It is coatlnar you MONEY if you fu:l to bay TUNGSTEN
Hawaiian Electric .Company. Ltd.
1UNO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
JospSa A, Gilm&n,
SniPPfiJO AND C0KIU83I0N MKUCnAPT H
lNHUBAllCS PIREANO MAKINE.
Acint for ARTHOE SEVCALL & CO.. Csth. Uoiut;
PARR0TT & fiO., Bun Francisco.
Henry Waternouse Trust Co,-,
Mambtri Honolulu Stock and Bond
rORT AND MEHCHANT BTi. '
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Tlio funeral o( William Murray,
tlio uuiK Kamclinmelia (ilmlont,
took iil.ico on Saturday afternoon at
:i o'clock from the lllshop Memorial
Chnpel, wli'ero tlio body hud lain
slnco Kilday. Tho services began at
:l o'clock and continued until 4
TIo whole student body of (ho Kn
mclininehn Bchools and many rela
tives attended. The school being n
military Institution, he was given J
military funeral. After tho servlco
tho procession formed and marched
to tho I'uea Cemetnry. Tho process
slon was headed by the school trum
peters, then the firing squad, Mr.
Home, and Mr. Hopwood, then the
The rclnthcs followod the hearse,
thon tho flower-hcaicrs, the Knmeha
melia glils, and tho Kanichauiahn ca-det-i
in full uniform, and wearing
At the grave n short servlco was
hold. Tho firing sqund fired tho
the honorary salute and n tiumntcr
ALOHA TO POPULAR
- SUQAR PLANTER
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V.,K. Ahdiews, who left on the
Hllonlan"thls morning, en route td
Porto Illco, has been engaged In tl(
sugar Industry In these Islands for
twenty years. Kor fourteen years
Mr. Andrews wns head luna nt Drew
er & Co.'s llononut plantation, nnd
during that time acted as manager
on several occasions during the ab
sence of that ofTlclal In the old coun
try. About two years ago Mr. Andrcv.8
was offered the head hum's position
nt the I'acinc Sugar Mill, Kukulhn
clo. There had been a general
change all around in the manage
ment of thnt plantation, nnd Mr.
Andrews wns Bent there to pull tho
place together. A few months ago
Mr. Pat McQuano of Central Agulrie
Bttgnr Co. wroto from Porto Itlco and
offered Andrewa a position there.
"Went" Andrews, ns ho Is Known
from one end of tho big Island t'
tho other, wns very popular with ev
eryono and n great crowd of friends
swarmed tho Matson wharf to wish
him aloha Doth he nnd Mrs. An
drcwa hao n lnige number of friends
In Hawaii, and many wore the re
grets expressed thnt such a good man
was leaving the" group forever Mrs
Andrews nnd hor three children will
settle In Tncoma for n short while,
and later on will go to Toito Illco
nnd Join Mr. Andrews.
There nro qlilto a number of Ha
waiian Btignr men. In Porto Itlco at
pi event, nnd eevefAl others nro talk
ing of giving the place ti trial.
INDEX OF' BULLETIN
Agricultural Possibilities of Hawaii. 25
Bee Industry and Tariff, by A. F.
Judd , 7
Coffee (ndustry 4
Evening Bulletin History A3
Ewa Plantation Company 8
Forests and Sugar Industr 30
drove Farm .......,.,, 21
History of Sunar industry by R.
D. Mead ....'. W
Hawataln Sugar Co 21
Halawa Plantation,, 27
HI(o Sugar Co. 23
Hawl Mill and Plantation Co., Ltd.. 29
Honomu Sugar Co.i,, 30
Hakalau Plantation .Co,, Ltd 31
Hawaiian Mahogany Co., Ltd 31
Honokaa Sugar Co.(,Ltd 33
Hamakua Mill Co- Ltd 33
Hawaiian Tobacco.,,.., 25
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co.... 36
Hawaiian Agricultural, Co 35
Hllo Railroad Co. .,'.'i 3t
Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange 41
Homesteadlng and Tariff 47
Honolulu Harbor 48
Honolulu Plantation ,Co 16
Hawaiian Commercial c Sugar Co. 13
Kahulul Railroad Co. 15
Kahuku Plantation Co 12
Kaelekti Sugar Co. 17
Koloa 8ugir Co. ...,-,
10CU iM lENERiL
If you want a roomer or board-
sitlMMmi' i li'i ii iii" ii iii iwH w" ?Ffk
Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's pahtod by '
Bulletin Business Office Phoae 250,
riulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
an.1, . ,',,' ., ;
KuinltOieil cottage. Inqulro Cottugo
Qiovo. Phono 1087. 4290-tf
Th Paint Bbou.
134 EisE SI
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Sealed Tcndors will be received nt
tho office of the Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 m, of Satur
day, May IS, 1909, for tho construc
tion of tho Fepcckeo schoolhouse.
Plans and specifications on fllo tn
tho Department of Public Works nnd
may also bo had from Mr. Wm. Van
All toudcis to bo on blank propo
Tho Supcilntendent of Public
Woil.u reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, April 20, 1909,
Kilauea 8ugar Plantation Co 23
Kekaha Sugar Co., Ltd 23
Kukalau Plantation Co 35
Kohala 8ugar Co 37,
Kukalau Milt Company 3
Live Stock Industry 34
Laupahoshoe Sugtr Co 3.1
Land Laws and Labor Problems... fO
Llhue Plantation Co 20
Maul Homestead Movement .12
Maul Agricultural Co ,14
McBryda Plantation 13
Makes Sugar Co 24
Nlutll Plantation 33
Ookala Sugar Plantation 32
Olaa Sugar Co 29
Onomea Sugar Co. 26
Oahu 8ugar Co., Ltd, 8
Olowalu Company 17
Pioneer Mill Co J?
Puakea Plantation Co 23
Puako Plantation Co 29
Pepeekeo Sugar Co 30
Pacific Sugsr Mill 34
Public School 39
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co 39
Pineapple Industry 42,43
Rlc Industry 38
Rubber Industry 17
Union Mill Company 36
Volcano Stabl 37
Walanaa 8ugar Co 11
Walmanalo Sugar Co 11
Walalua Agricultural Co 10
Walakea Mill Co 27
Walmea Sugar Co 22
Walluku 8ugar Co. 16
1 a a 1
185 editorial room 2t6 bus!
nM office. Trose ar tha telephone
numriera ar tha BullMln orfie.
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MT BULLETIN ADS PAY BJ
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TAPA8, BASrETB, MATS.
Hotel near Fori
er ft a u 1 1 e 1 1 n want an. win ex
press your desire to FIVE thuu
SAND PEOLE for One Cent a Wordl
Tn good auto hacks. Thone 6
The Hoard of Health will meet at the
usual hour on WcdneBdny
Work will begin shortly on tho
entlro replanklng of Hackfcld wharf.
Tho Honolulu Library will bo
closed until Saturday to permit of
Inter-Island and O. II. & h. shipping
books for sale at the Dulls tin
omco, CO each, "
Tomorrow the nnnunl meeting of
the Mitluni Telephone Co, will ho
held nnd officers for the coming ear
Fresh mango chutney, hot and mild,
en sale at all the stores, and the fac
lory, 184 Hotel streot. Try some; it is
Atlornoy W. II. Hecn, who returned
recently fiom China, wns among tho
outgoing passengers tn tlio Mnttna Ken
Senator Dowsott, 0110 of tho direct
qrs of tho inter Island SteniiltNavlga
tinit Company, sailed today In 111" Man
Tfcc Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 00 cents at B n 1
I e t i n office.
School inspector C. B. King returned
to Hawaii today. Ho left In tho Man
1111 Ken. Ho will come to town again
Cont your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will be surprised nt Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents,
Tho Hawaiian band gave n noon
hour concert today at the Mauna Ken
wharf. The selections consisted prin
cipally of Hawaiian songs.
A meeting of the Mnnoa Improve
ment Club will be held at tho resi
dence of l'rcd. I,. Waldron on Thum
day evening, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Speaker II. L. Holsteln of tho
H01I1I0 of .HeprosontatHoj jestcrday
lecclvcd wireless news of tho serious
llliiois of his 18-year-old von
Hpenkur Holstoln of tho Hutiao of
Ilrpiuscnlatlves loft for his home at
Kohala. Hawaii, tlilu noon to bo pies
ent by tho side of his son, who Is crit
As usual, a largo number of tin
members of tho House of KcpruMMita-
thes wns present at tho departure of
the flagship Mauna Kca, which sailed
at noon today.
Judge. Snnford II. Dolo will cele
brate his elxtj -fifth blrthdiy next
Thursday. Major Kern has Instruct
ed tho Hawaiian band to sercnado
the Judge nt his homo on thnt day.
During the fifteen dnjs ending
April 15 tho number of deaths from
contagious dlseascsjn tho' district of
Honolulu wero four, threo from tu
berculosis and one from typhoid fever.
Miss Woodard, on Fort stroct, next
to tho convent, has Just leeched a
new lot of embroideries, shirt walstH,
belts and linens direct from New York.
Damask tablo cloths, napkins nnd a
new line of gloves, parasol, and veils
:.imo with Urn shipment.
W. 1'. Krvlng and P. 'w. Washburn
had a narrow cscnpe from dcatli yes
terday morning when the nutomobllo
In which they were riding plunged
from tho Pall road. They sent to
town fur assistance, Tom Qulnn go
ing up nnd pulling tho wrecked auto
out with his machine. The damage
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GOOD CHEER FOR EAKXRTIDI OUT .READY FOR "TH1 DUIKER.
White-MountaJn lot Cream, Prcei, from on pint o thra failoni;
Yellow Mixing Bowls; ttona Crocks, one-half gallon and lrt rtlltmtj Ju
1VERYTHINQ IN THE HOUSEHOLD LINE
LEWIS & CO,, LTD. Grocer .
TELEPHONE 840. IM KTJIQ 9TRXBT.
We have the finest coral for build
ing roads, walks, and drive, Ring
ns up and get an estimate. It is
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co., Ltd.
Offloe; FORT STREET opp. Irwin's.
,Tlie Bulletin Is First
HOLDING FOR RISE
Waiting for the market to turn is
about tho status of,the stock market
there da) 8.
row will sell nnd offerings nre not
to mimorous at advanced figures un-
II t'icro Is more definite Information I
on tho tariff bill nnd the raw-sugpr
market demonstrates wjiat It will do.
i no price of beets advanced sharp
ly lo p parity of 4.20 nnd this morn
ing dropped back n little. Mean
while the price of centrifugals has
lem lined the same, Sugar men
throughout the business section arc
expecting nn advance at any time
notwithstanding this is the period
when prices will slump If at nil dur
ing tho season.
Cables from San Francisco yester
day wero to tho effect that thirty
dollars was bid for tho now shares of
Hawaiian Commercial, They sold
here esterday at near that figure.
Oahu linB strengthened. Quotations
rule about tho same. Bvcryono is
holding for a rise.
In New! Service. n . '." 3. City Circulation.
All kinds of Advertising. 4. Ontside Cireulatioi
0. Total Circulation.
, MISS POWER'S
HO-TT0N BLDG., FORT ST,
KUKUI SAILS AQAlN.
Tho llghthouso tender Kiikul, Cap
tain Jubson, tailed today for Molokal
tnd Maul. Lieut. Houston, tho new
llghthouso Inspector, sailed In her to
make his first official Inspection of tho
lighthouses on thovo Islands. It Is, ox
pectpil that sho will bo absent from
Honolulu fully a week.
Bandits Rob Qamblino House. flir
denf Utah, A'prll t, About midnight to
night Uo robbers walked Into U10
Wbltp, Elephant gambling houso nnd
after holding up tho play mado their
oscapo, Iour of tho men held tlio
dealers and n crowd of 25 players und
er their Rims, wlille tho fifth lobbod
the; games of Igtwccu J 1500 and fZOOO.
r&ny advertiser can rave money by using the B u 1 1 e t i a'
'exclusively. It coven the Held, The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. :: :: :i ,::- ::
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