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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLPLP.T..H,, SATURDAY, MAY l,.19u0.,
Wc are offering for
ft few days, beginning
with May 1st, a special
(Usnal Pric:s, $4.50 and $6.00).
They must go to make
MdNQtNY SHOE STORE
TIIE MEATS AT THIS MARKET
THIS WEEK ARE TO BE BET
TER THAN EVER. JvT3 HAVE
A REASON FOR QIVINQ THIS'AN
POINTER. 5XT- BUY HERE!
W. F. HE1LBRON, Manager.!
. E .
1 in price between ordinary
DON'T YOU GET THE BEST J
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
,,EXTJ'3UN B-Pg-- 171M
New Line of Cress Goods,
la. AHOY, Nutiaiu, below Hotel St.
UWm i WtAVtPnrniiuri
188 MERCHANT STREET
Heal Properly. Law and Land
: ,'SiA&Jt"4eku.-mivrtitiAlL .-mvhJuji jj,s8- jfc j. uui ii-i- .,v
a f r " w -T IPM
room for new season's 'goods.
soda water and OURS. WHY
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
'('" Telephone 71.
am! Monument Works
KINO, B-Rrt-'T PHONE 287. i
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
(fit's painted by
134 King St
5, Iron Beds,
Coyne Furniture Co,,
BISHOP .STREET, HONOLULU.
Wm. Williamson, .
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612, P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU ?TflK IXCHAME
HONOLULU, May 11909
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Hmter ft Co ....
Ki rUntmlon Co ...
Hbw Com A Sui Co .,
Hawaiian Sugar Co., ,
Ilrnifirml Suf Co .
llofiokia Sugar Co. ..
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Mw.'mi ao js)i
1 .an (flu ii' ...
J.Wil.Omi -ai 3U
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MOOW. 100 TMS
J.IUI" -a ,...,
i,'fX Ml) Hw ..
WJUMO lou i;r,
IW.WO lou 1IJU
fnaio 100 ...
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(),ui) ai 19
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l,f,t 100 "
l,fwoom lie 11.
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KiIhiVu Plain it rM id
KCKM1B MlJt' I O- i.
rKnlna Sottr Co ..
McHrydiSuKtr Co .
Onotiifi 3iJcr Co ....
(1 Lnta fit.. f
uian nujftr i.g uu ...
Pialiau Stigtr I'Unt Co
Pala Plantation Co .,
WilluVu SiiirJr Cc ,,,,
Waimanalo Sugar Co,.
nnmi :urar Mill uo
Inter-UlanJ Sltam NCo
noil k T-R i, isq rret
Mutual T.tfnliont Co
- 'i,i id.
llanu Kit I. Co.. .,
HiloR Kfo ,
linn II M. U "...
lla nlltn PI Kappi. Co.
ii.w irr 4 lie,
IIiim rr ila n
Ttaw Rml4 . nr ,
i.u r,uar D o ic
Hint. Olich Co ,
i.vi'ii I 'lien D.
Haw Com A Sua Co 5 1
iipw UKir uo p n c,...
Hllo 0 RCo Coil b PC
ItonaVaa Suiat co. Cic.
IIohRT UlCotp c
ixruryif s uiu,
0hu R JV ' Co 6 p c
Oahu Sugar Co spc ,
ciaa sugar (.06 pc. .
rac- Suit.. Mill Co.
Pdl PlaolallA., rn
Walalua grli; Co j p'c
Plnnr Mill ln A .,
Snles tlctwccn 'lloarilH; 50 llillch'
Inson, $20; 100 Hutchinson, S20; 100
Hon. n. & M. Co., $23; 100 Hiitchln
ton, $20: 20 Oahit Sub. Co., $32.76:
$1000 Cal. Ilef. Cb, $100.75; $2000 Col.
Kef. Cs, $100 75. Session: 40 Onlm
Sub. Co., $32.75; 5 Wnlalim, $00; 5 Kr
Dividends Mny 1. 1909: Haiku, 2
per cent: Tain, 2 per cent; I'loncer, 2
Late.t tuoar quotation 3.09 centa or
$770 pep ton.
Sugar, 3.89 cents
Beets, 10s 3 Hi
Henry Waternousa Trust Co.,
Member. Honolulu StocK a id Bone
FORT AND MEfiCHANT T.
TonlKlitls ihu last '!iionranco of
tho l'ollnrd No. 1 Company and a full
liuuso Is oiected. Tlio jirogram
speaks for lUelf:
1. Oponlng Chorilu Company,
2. "I've Hunt a Iluncalow" .AdaJIInd
3. "Alisurdltlcs" Harold I'raeor
i. "Vo A'WnltltiK for Ycr JoRld". .
,. Hvu l'ollnrd
5. "Ton YOU You" ,.t
C. "In tha Valley of Switzerland" ..
., I.lllle Hull
7. Harry Lauder's' "Stop Your Tlclt-
HiiB Jock" Alfred UouldlliB
8. "I Wish 1 Had a Olrl"
0. "Oaroo" Kvo Moore
10. "flood Night Mr. Drown I'm Out"
11. "A Man, A Moon, A Maid, A
lloaf SwIiib B011B...UIII0 Hull
12'. "Ih (he Old Home In the Samo
l'Jncc" Wllllo l'ollnrd
J3. "HaH Any Onu Seen 11 Oormnti
Daud" Kva Mporo
U. "Tears Rolled Down His Cheeks"
IB. "Huck Dunce" tCmmlo Davis
10. "llaln In the Unco" ..Jack Pollanl
17. "My Own United States".
, '. Fred UlndlQss
18. "Tobermory" ....Alfred aouldliiB
19- Final Company
I'AIIT II. '
Musical Comedy, entitled "Under tho
OeorBo QorrlnBO Wllllo Pollard
Susan lliimpus Eva Mooro
Mrs. Rumpus , Ul0 ,Rull
Joo llumpus Alfred QouldliiB'
Sheriff Uumpus Jack 1'ollard
20. "Good Dyo Honolulu Town," ...
....Alfred Colliding and Chorus
Otlo noso will leave hero on Sun
day for Kapapala ranch where ho wll)
remain for n coufiio of mouihs to'lii'j
btal a water W'Btem luvcflvlnp about!
twenty miles of iilplng. Howall lU'r-i
....ji.i.,i .j&,i-fcAtt-.-J r&.H.
ARMY AND NAVY
Rear Admiral W. T. Swlnbmne,
V, S. .N., has been oidcred detached
as commander-in-chief of the U. S.
Pacific Fleet nnd will proceed homo
and wait orders. Rear Admiral Ur
iel Sebreo will succeed him In com
mand of tho fleet on May 17 mxt,
hoisting his fine on tho West Vlr
Blnln. Rear Admiral "E. II. Harry,
who has been 'on duty nt the navy
yard, New York, will assume com
mand ot tho second division, first
squadron, pf tho Pacific Klect on Mny
8, vlco Scbrcc, and will hoist his fluR
on tho Tennessee. Army nnd N.ivy
20TH INFANTRY. COI.. M. I'. MAUS.
Leave for 0110 month and twenty
days, to take effect about April 5, 1009,
Is granted Cupt, AVIl'son II, uurtt, 20th
Inf., Presidio of Monterey, (March 29,
BTH CAVALRY. COL. W. S. SCI1UY
LHR. I.oavu for thrcu nu,uths about April
G, Is granted 1st Llqut. J. II. I.i-uls, 6th
Cav. (March 40, i). Cal.)
Tho followlug oltlcetH, havliiK boon
selected for n courso of Instruction at
tho School of Musketry, Presidio of
Monterey, Cal., will .proceed from Can
tonment tOahu, II, T., to Honolulu In
tlmo to take tho transport leaving Ho.
nnlulu, about April 6, 1909: 2d Lleuts.
William F. Wheallcy and Alexander I..
James, Jr., 0th Cav. (March 30, D.
Jlrst Lleu't. John P. Kelly, M. R. C,
Is rollovcd from further duty with
headquarters and Co. A, 1st llattallon
of Engineers, Fort Do Runny, Island ot
Oahu, II. T., and will report lo the
C. O. of that post for duty. (March 31,
Feathered Dead-Head Is
Tho cabloshlp Flaurcncc Ward.
Captain I'llti. which Joft. Midway on
April IS, roacheii Iice this mprnltig
nt fi:30 o'clock. Sholirought In her
cabin, ns passengers,' Mr. Colly, su
perintendent of the Cable ofllco thre.
Dr. Hunt and Operators Cox and
During the trip back a sea-bird,
evidently tiring of sea life, 'llcw
nbout tho ship nhd finally rested on
tho deck. Teh otllcers and crew, who
saw the mnlililnl com' on board, wel
comed nnd fed him. After that the
bird 'refused 'to leavo the ship, iipcl
came on to Honolulu. He was (ho
center of attraction this morning.
Emory Harris teems unable to keep
out of trouble, and Is nnco'moro under
tho caro Of the lfollci!. Tin cot Into
Homo llttlo.plllkla at U'llchun, nnd the,
military authorities handed ,hlm over
to tho cons, who nro trvlnir tn not him
In paFsago out'of tho county In tho near
Marshall. Sr.. and his son worn ar
rested on n chargo of assaulting n
Chinese this noon on .the 'Orennlr-
wharf. Tho row started through 'thu
ChlncBo CurBlrig tho father and son.
j i' 1 1 1
Hack Set Ranges, alie i ft. to 9 ft,;
Ilrldge & Reach "Superior Stoves";
Quick Meal nnd PprfoCtlon oil
stoves; Farmer's Hollers, damp and
Laundry stoves, A largo lino of re.
pairs carried In stock. Wo can
order joti any repair for any stovo
made. Your trade is feollcltcil.
Phono 211. EMEELUTH & CO.,
I..TD,, 145 'King St.
-.". 's;ml. l.iJjiM.w
NEW - TO-DAY
The "Honolulu Library and Beadinp;
A special meetlns of the mnmiun
of The Honolulu Llb'rury nnd "Uead
Ing Room ABsoclntlon will bo held'
nt tho Library Rooms on Thursday,
May Ctli, 1909, at 7:30 p. m. Ob
ject of tho meeting to consider and
act upon a proposition .as to concnll.
dntlo'n with tho proposed now Public
Library; nmendmont to Charter and
iiy-uiwB, and nny othor business;
that may properly bo brought bcfoio
E. W. CAMPHELL,
eocretnry Honolulu Library nnd
iRendlng Room Assn.
Honolulu, Hawaii. May 1st, 1909.
,-. ir'k-i M.,'.;-atf :. . A . -iv;i,u-.',.
LOCAL AND 6ENEKAL
-Call at the, Bullet in office for
the biggest and best five-cent school
tablet ever offered in Hawaii.
Listen- get Sullivan's Hack, 290.
itoyal Annex ror oysters, craus,
frogs' legs, nnd lobsters. Sec sign.
Dr. J. T. Wnyson retains his office
ns usual at his Ucrctnnla street prop
erty. German Church, Rev. W. Fcfmy.
pastor. ScrvlccB Sunday 11 a, m.
John R. Dcrgstrom, plnno tuner
and repairer. Address IVO. box 40.
Tako your carriage or automobile
to lHwBlinn Carriage Mnnfg, Co., foi
A. N. Campbell is about town again
after a weok's Illness .that confined
him to his home.
Mr. mid Mrs, J. I). White of Llhue,
Kauai, were among the arrivals tills
morning from Kauai,
Govornor I'rear and lion. C. W.
Fairbanks left for Mnul last night
for a trip around the Island.
The Piano Sale now on nt Thayer'
Piano Co. wareriHims will closo to
day at G p. in, Don't miss the chanco
to get pianos cheap.
If you want your lint cleaned rltht
send It to the Expert Hat Cleaneis,
Vint street, opposite Club Stablce.
Carpets, rugs and mattresses 'thor
oughly cleaned by Aero process.
Prices law, nt 11S7 Alakca street.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready tor mailing, ou cenu at a u 1
1 e 1 1 n office.
II. P. Wood, of the Promotion Com
mittee, accompanied by Mrs, Wood, re
turned this morning from Kauai In the
Judge Dole left yesterday for n short
visit to tho other side of tho Island.
The United States District Court has-
adjourned until May 10.
C. E. King, Inspector of schools.
came down today In tho Manna Ken.
He will leave for tho States In tho Ala
meda, sailing next Wednesday.
Mrs. Kearns has fresh Jams, Jellies
and mango chutney. A caio ot lia-
wallau preserves makes a nice pres
ent. Qlv. th order, and the will do
Uul(cilStat08 Marshal Hendry, who
has been t-tck for tho past six weeks.
Is able to bo out again and was at his
ofllco In the Judiciary building for a
short tlmo yesterday.
Word has been received hero from
llrooklyn, N. Y., of tho death there,
on April 11, of David Petty, who
formerly lived m Kauai nnd Inter
wns munnger ot 'Ewa plantation. He
left the Islands In 1902,
The Dental Association will sit at
n banquet this evening at HalelWa
Hotel, where clabornto preparations
aro being made to mako tho occasion
memorable. The members will go to
Ilalclwa from town In autos.
Christian Church A. C. McKeevor.
pastor. 9MC, Ulblo school; lesson,
"Paul's FlrBt Mlsslunnry Journey."
0:30. Y. P. 8. C. E.; subject, "Lessons
From Hook of Isaiah." 11a. m., ser;
nion, subject "I,ove." 7:30 p. m., ser
mon, subject "Paid and Agrlppa." All
High Sheriff Henry Is ublo to bo
hack In his oulce nt the Capitol, aftor
i n nbsenco of several weeks duo 'to
illness. Tho High Sheriff has been
suffering from erysipelas and his con
dition tor a wllllo was serious. Ho Is
n 'little shaky yet, but othqrwlso ap
pears to ue bb good as ever.
The afUcors of .Hawaiian Xodco
No, '21, F. & A,. M., will bo pleased
to greet as many of Its members, and
members of sister lodges, as well as
nil sojourning brethren, ns enn -mako
It convenient to attend Its stated
nieellng, Monday evening, liny 3, at
7:30 o'clock, whon business of Inter-b'-'t
and Ituportunco will be transact
Central Union Church Rlblo School
tt 9:60; lesson ifor tho duy, "Paul'r
Tlrnt Missionary Journey". Men'H
l.etigue Illblo Class at 10; "Tho DeHth
of Jilh ntht liaptlst," "Tho Feeding of
tho Multitude". "The Walking on the
Wntor". Morning worship nt 11; so:
mon by the minister; music by thu
chorus choir; anthem, "God Is Lovu"
(Shelley); ofllcrtory, Eolo and An
them, "Peace I Leavo With You" (Rob
erts". Christian Endeavor at C.30,
"I.lfo l.esfong for mu from tho book
of Isaiah" Evening service at 7:30;
rertnou by "tlio Assistant Minister,
"Lost and Found", (The second In n
series or Sunday Evening Evangelistic
First -Methodist Episcopal Church,
oorlior Hcrctanla and Miller streets
John T. Jopes, pastor. Sunday school,
10 a. m. Morning worship1, U a. in.,
Kctthon by tho pastor. Upworth
League, 0-30 p. m., subject "HcglnnltiK
of a Holval." Evening worship, .7:30;
kormon by tho pastor. Tho first quar
terly conference will convene Tuesday
evening. 7.30 o'clock. All official mem
bers nro urged to bo present. 'Import
ant business. Tho Union 'Illblo study
clasB will mcot Monday qvenlng. C. J.
Day 'will lead tho meeting. It -was de
cided by tlio officers of Iho class, .last
Monday ovenlng, (hat a 'loader ifroni
each church represented should bo
chosen to load tho class once each
month, Tho loadors will probably lie
auhouucoU next Monday evening.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday ovonlng,
Strangers lira cordially Invited to nt
te'ud'tlll tho services of this church.
;.,A. i.'-ji. mtui, . iW-
If it's a
THE BEACON HAT IS MADE BY THE KNOX COMPAQ.
HIQH-CLASS PAPEn-HAHQINQ, DECORATING-,
AND OENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.
Insure a much better QUALITY of light not only of su
perior brilliancy and intensity, but more attnwtive in color
and more desirable for general illumination.
25-watt size $ .85
60-watt size $1.40
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Imported Havana Cigars!
Romeo & Julieta; Upmanns, La Esccpcions; Partagas; Castanedas; Belin
das; Punch; P. Garcia; El Rey del Mundo.
160 KING ST. Ciirar
Of value about
Sugar, Rubber, Tobacco,
Everybody 'interested in Planta
tions,, their management,
development tand output,
needs a copy,.pF the bulletin's
Price, ready wrapped for mailing,
50 cents per, copy.
40-wntt size $1.00
100-watt size $1.85
Emnnrium. Twnvr ojn
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