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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 3, 1000.
Wc are offering for
a few days, beginning
with May 1st, a special
yr --T" ii in j
(Usual Prices, $4.50 and $6.00).
They must go to make room for new season's goods.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
THE MEATS AT THIS MARKET
THIS WEEK ARE TO BE BET
TER THAN EVER. WE HAVE
A REASON FOR GIVING THIS AN
POINTER. 2HT BUY HERE!
W. F. HE1IBR0N, Manager.
When You Shop
STOP IN FOR SOME REAL OLD GERMAN COFFEE and
CAKE AT THE SAMPLE and SALESROOMS of the
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL, in Culnum's Old Store.
There is Little
in price between ordinary soda water and OURS. WHY
DON'T YOU GET THE BEST?
New Line of Dress Goods,
Ii. AHOY, Nuuanu, below Hotel St.
Hawaiian Iron Fence-
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-190
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Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
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and Monument Works
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 154 King St.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAHE
HONOLULU, May 3, 1909
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Rwa Plantation Co ...
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Haw Com ft SugCn ,.
Ilnnomu Sugar Co .,..
Hutchison Sugar Plant.
Kftrtuku Plflmmloti i'o
Kcktlift Sur Co. ...
Klpfthutu Sugar Co...
Kotot Sujtir Co
McHrroV Sugar Co ....
Othabt eir Co
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OAoUinyir Plant Co
uitm sugar lo uiti ...
Olowalu Cn,,... ......
Taaliau Sugar rim Co
Pacific Sugar Milt.. ...
Pfprtlifo Snr Co....
Pioneer Mill Co
Wailukti Sugar Co ....
iimei ?ugar mill Lo
IICt (?l IUirmte
inter-Ulan I StrtinN Co
HonRTft I. Col'rtt
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Vltili.al T.l.nl,i '-
Nahlku Ri..tr Cn.
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mil K ft I, Co.
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Hawaiian pi icapplc Co.
law Tef4 PC
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Haw Gov't a pc
ftiau pugar LOtuc
am. Dllch Co ,
tlimr Ililrh Ka
law Com A: Stir Co s(c
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HotiiVaa Suali CO. flic
HciKT A LCoou c
MrDrtHcS On'ata, .
Oahil R (r . Co c . .
Ualiu biixar Co j p c ..
laa Sunar Cj 6 p c
l'c Sue Mill Co,
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Plontcr Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua crk Co p c
Sales Between Iloanls: $3000 I.
S. M. Gs, 1102; $4000 O. n. & h. Gs,
$101.73. Session: 10 Haw. Sue. Co..
$10; 10 Haw. Suif. Co., $40; 10 Haw.
bub. Co.. $40; 26 Hon. B. & M. Co.,
$23; ZB Ewa, $28.50; 40 Oalm Aug! Co..
$32.75; 35 Oahu Bus. Co.. 132.75: io
H.-I. S. N. Co., $117.
Latest tutur auotitlcn S.B9 rnt nP
$77.80 per ton.
Sugar, 3.89 cents
Beets, 10s 3 3-4d
Henry Waternousa Trust Co.,
Member Honolulu Stock and Band
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Fuknokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
1120 Fort St. Phone 197.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yonr order for a box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Street..
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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ARMY AND NAVY
TIioukU licadquartcrs nnil Conipanj
A of tho 1'lrst Bnttnllon of tho I.nRl
ncer Corns will sail for tho Coast on
tho first transport, liroli.ibly ntimit the
4th or 5th of this month, Honolulu will
still bo tho headquarters of a battalion
of tho Knglnecr Corps. Tho entire
First Battalion will he stationed at
Washington, rolled luc tho Second Bat
talion, which Is now there. Major
Wlnslow will ho succeeded, by another
engineer odlccr of high rank In com
mand of tho battnllon.
When Company O arrives In Hono
lulu, the headquarters of tho Second
Battalion will be established here,
Major Wlnslow having been trans
ferred to It as commanding omccr.
It Is presumed that n dcslro on tho
part of tho War Department to nvall
Isclf of tho ripe exiwrlence and known
ability of Major Wlnslow In connection
with the fortification work, was re
sponsible for tho transfer ol that offi
cer from tho commnnd of tho First
Battalion to that or tho Second.
B nnd C companies will IcaMi Van
couver Barracks on May 5 and pro
ceed to Washington, C and I) will
lenvo tho Philippines about July 15
and proceed to Washington. A will
go thero when it leaves here this
Tho entire second battalion Ins been
Ltalloned nt Washington Barracks.
Ono company will bo sent to Vnncouv
cr Barracks, O will conio here, nnd
two companies will go to tho Philip
panics to tuka the stntluns vacated by
tho'two companies of the First Battal
ion, ordered home.
Captain Otwcll, formerly United
States Engineer here, will proceed to
Washington In command of A com
pany. On March 28 a load of piles for the
fortification work at Fort do Himsy,
was Bhlpped from Seattle. Ab soon as
tho piles arrive actlvo work on tho for
tifications will bo'commenced. When
they will bo completed Is nn open
question and no Information has been
received here as to whether or not
tho blg'gung havQ.'yct been cast.
Major Bccchpr U.-Jlny, 1'ay Corps U.
8. Army, atopped.'ln at tho First Na
tional Bank tnl'smonilng and diow
tho money needed; to pay tho tiucps
Biauoneu at fort lc Hussy. Two huS'
Ky "sappers." fanned with bide
arms, accompanied tho paymaster Into
tho bank and then escorted him out
to the reservation.
WELL KNOWN WOMAN
IS GuMNTED DIVORCE
Ellen K. Aona -was this ir.innln?
granted n divorce by Judge Ilnblnkon
from her husband, Alexander K.
Aonn, and given permission to ic-
i-uuie her maiden namo of Gll K.
I aue. The suit was not conieXed
boili parties being apparently pleaued
nl tho Idea of obtaining a legnl tine,
lion to their separation. Thsy hate
net lived together for eomo mouths
Mrs. Aona charged her husband
with non-support, no other allega
tions bolng mado. She is a sister of
J. P. Colburn gavo one of his vory
enjoyable, chowder parties nt Pearl
City on Sunday in honor of Mr. New-
house, of the (lorman Savings & Loan
Society of S.m Francisco, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sachs, who are spending n
few weeks In tho city. Many of tho
guests went to Pearl Harbor In the
Wnterwltch that was nfterwnrds
used to ronvey tho guests about Pearl
Harbor and to view tho sceno of ope
rations for the harbor development.
THE ART THEATRE.
"A Trip Through Chinatown" Is tho
feature, of tonight's show nt tho Art
Theatre. Change nro nindo three
times a week and tho very latest films
that camo on tho Alameda will be
shown. Picparatlon for tho now
theatre uro going forward rapidly, and
Manager Uiwson Is a busy man now
adays with his Illlo and Honolulu the
atres, Tho Illlo theater Is named tho
Gaiety and opens May 5th with tho
Pollard No. 1 Company,
THE 8AN FRANCISCO THEATRE,
These beautiful nights aro Just right
for n lslt to this pretty open-air the
atre You can always depend on good
music, Interesting films nnd the larg'
est pictures In town.
NEW - TO-DAY
uoes your typewriter or phono -
graph need repairing I Do you want
it done right and by a man who uii -
derstands his business and has no
typewriter agency, and therefore
needs show no favor to anv one make
of machine? Then call up G. L.
LEN0RD, Phone C88. 1G2 Hotel St.
iirnTiuitTi'iTii ni i nl if fin i iifri iiriidrlilitf'iW
LUCAL and general
Call at the Bulletin office for
the biggest and best five-cent school
tablet ever offered in Jiawau.
Listen pet Sullivan's Hack, 200.
Hoyal Annex for oysters, crabs,
frogs' legs, and lobsters. See sign.
DrJ. T, Wayson retains his olllco
bb usual at his Beretanla street prop
erty. Father Mazlmo. from tho Settle
ment, Is speeding n few days In Ho
nolulu. John II. Bcrgstrom, piano tuner
and repairer. Address 1 O. box 40.
Tuko your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Matifg. Co., fol
Tho Portuguese Clirlrtlan EmIoaor
had charge of the services lit tho Lentil
Homo Sunday ufterncion.
If you want your hat cleaned rltht
send It to tho Expert Hat Cleaners,
Fort street, opposlto Club Stables.
No orders have as yet been placed
for any of Iho materials needed to
start work on the extension.
Watch tho sale at mom's this week.
There never was n sule like it In this
city for range of goods mid price-reckoning.
Carpets, rues nnd mattresses thor
oughly cleaned by Aero procens.
Pi Ices law, at 11S7 Alakea street
Phono 099. ,
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening" Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
News comes from Uihnlna of tho
death thero on Saturday morning of
Mrs. Wnal. wlfo of Arthur Waal, post
master of that place.
Tho Pastor's Blblo Class of the M
E, Sunday-school will be entertained nl
tho pustor'B homo at 1010 King street
Thursdny uenl'ng, May C,
Tho services nt tho penitentiary yes
terday were In chargo of C." J. Day,
iisslstcd by Miss Florence arrow,
Mrs, liowen and Cyril Damon.
A. largo congregation greeted tin
pastor of the First Methodist church
last evening, who delivered n senuuii
on "Tlio Preeminence of Christ."
According to tho Kohnla Midget, tho
Kobala plantation Is trying tho experi
ment of sprinkling the road to tho mill
with molasses to keep down tho dust.
Mrs. Kenrns has fresh Jams, Jellies
and manco chutney. A case of Ha
waiian preserves makes a nice pres
ent. Olv. th order, and she will do
Tho town visitors nt Scboflcld Bar
racks, I.ellehua, jestenlay witnessed
guard mount at noon, Both tho band
nnd the new and old guard detach
ments were mounted.
Mr. Hummel, who camo down here
recently ns consulting engineer nnd
constructor for tho Mutual Telephone
Company, will proceed to remodel the
entiro system, and will glvo Honolulu
tho most satisfactory system of mod
Tho legal department of the conij
pnny is now engaged in securing mo
necessary right-of-ways through to tho
end of the proposed extension nnd, al
though nn excellent start has already
been made, tho task Is by no means
The best bargains for men and wo
men arc to bo found ut Kerr's during
tho run of the sale. Those In .cloth
lug appeal to tho men. In this lino
the stock is not largo and tbo.io who
would bo well dressed should not delay
Mnnzo Kuwnshlma, whoso little
daughter died recently nt Walalua,
wishes to know the namo of tho gen
tleman, who took her photograph at
Hnlclwu, during tho visit of Admiral
IJIchl and olllcera of the Japanese
Tho Hon. Charles Warren Fair
banks, cx-VIco President of tho United
Stntcs, will deliver an address nt the
Methodict Episcopal church next Sun
day ecnlng, May 9. Mr. Fairbanks is
a prominent member of tho Methodist
church In Indiana,
Tho prospectus of tho "Tho Mexican
Japanese Colonization Company," n
now immigration compnny formed In
.In pan, has been received here. It Is
tho Intention of tho olllcera of tho com
pany to nttrnct tho attention of the
Hawaii-Japanese to go to Mexico.
I.. Tcnney Peck announced this
morning that the company hoped to
commence ut an early date, but said
that ho was not In a poMtlon to hazard
a guess as to when that would bo. He
said that no lagging Is being tolerated
In tho preliminary work, however, nnd
that otico tho way Is cloar tho building
A suit for damages in tho sum of
$25,000 hns been brought against tho
Mutual Tclophono Company by Attor
ney Magoon on behalf of a Hawaiian
named David, a former lineman of tho
company. David fell from the top of
a polo Inst October and broke Ills leg
Ho was taken to tho hospital for trnat
meiit, but lator was removed before ho
had recovered nnd wns Bent by his
lelathcs over to Molokal. Now his
lawyer hopes to persuade tho courts
that tho man should havo $25,000 from
THE PARK THEATRE.
Rliiilfosiinnr-n lu lin hilt nl tt.ii I'tirlr
1 tonight when tho ontlru uhy of uirh
nrd III will bo put on. Tho film Is
'ver 1000 foot long mid follows tho
Omnia closely, 8eera! excellent
! eoi.iei) films uro on tho bill, inelud-
i's Hi ""'' Fionclimnn. Entire
change of Bongs by tho Meluotto Sis
tors and flcorge Mllijc.'
If it's a
THE 3EAC0N HAT IS MADE BY THE KNOX COMPANY.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTINO.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.
Insure a much better QUALITY of light not only of su
perior brilliancy and intensity, but more attractive in color
and more desirable for general illumination.
25-watt size $ .85
G0-wntt size $1.40
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Imported Havana Cigars!
Romeo & Julieta; Upmanns, La Esecpcions; Partagas; Castanedas; Belin
das; Punch; F. Garcia; El Rey del Mundo.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
169 KING ST. Cigar Emporium. PHONE 240
ALL ODD LINES
Now being' sold at
I I TO
40-watt size $1.00
100-watt size $1.85