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nVHNINO ntllABTIN, TtONOMJLC.T. II, WKDNKflPAY MAY 5, 1909.
We nrs ofTcrini; for
a few dn.ys, beginning
Willi May 1st, a special
Ladies' S rap
(Usual ?iic:s, $4.50 nnd $0.00).
Tlicy must no to 'make room for new season's goods
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK FXGHMt
EONOLULu. May 59L9
LOCAL iM GENE11L
Call nt the Bulletin office for
the biggest and best five-cent school;
.tablet ever oiierca in Hawaii. ,
Under date r April IV, Czarnl-
!;iv, MncDuiigall fc'Ci'i. (if New' Yurk
ruirt iii follows mi the Hlmrii ml
I 'T'HE MEATS we sell are from
rt selected cattle, of which we
jP are given first choice. There is
$ nothing better obtainable here, nothing
better in the coast markets.
f Metropolitan Market
W. F. HE1LBR0N, Manager.
I Mtevri ft Cf) . ...
Kwa PlnnHnltMi I'n ..
Hawttl mi Ai;i)r Co .
Ha Com A S'ie To .
L MflMnMntiSfinar Co.
ntiiKtmii "utjm i,i
HniKAaa URif Co
Hair it Siivfcf Co
Hntr1ilMii Sugar lit it
knl'llllll I'l.ltt.Hl mi t
k'elalm it (
KItnt'i.Sii(iir (u .
Knlim Sugar Co , . .
()lipSi Kit Ci
Oitntt 8 i((nt (o ., .
O tenia ''or Plant Co
Ot StiKiir Co Ltil ....
Pailiiu Sujtir I'Uiil Co
Pal rituiall'wiCo ...
Ui la'tia Arrk Co
Ur-nuku Sueur Co ...
Walmra SufFRc Mill Co
M S( LLANKU K
tntet'UlaH Nram NCo
Hawaiian Kit-cHici o..
Hoti K T A I. Co I'rtt
lloiiKTtk L Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Naliikii HuM r Co.Am,
Oarm K fc I. Co.. ....
HntiH ft MCo-
iiiw ivt 4 pc... ......
Ha reriH ur
Htm rr i tc
Haw Govt t pc
Mam, I I ch Co ,
Un-ff Pilch 6s
Maw Com A Siiaj Co 5 1
1 1 aw Sitfcr Co ft v c... .
MiloP KCo Con 6 .c
Hon j Vat. So rat co. ric
MrOrydr S Cn'tftt. .
Oahu RA Co6ic ..
Oatm Sugar Co $ p c . .
l'at bun. Mill Co, 64
Pttla I'Ur.Uttu.iCu ....
; I'lohrtr Mill (Ji bic.
Watalua jriCo jpc
1,1 1 1
7 stl.fj HI
There is L-ittle
iu Jiricc between ordinary soda water nnd OURS,
DON'T YOU GET THE BEST?
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
New Line of Dress Goods,
Xi. A.3EEOY, Nuuanii, bolow Hotel St.
Listen get Sullivan's Hack. 290. I
Tin- rvemd 111 llif HuriiH-AliiiiK vnw j
Hnynt Annex for nynlers, rrah.
tf . ... 1 I.. I. !..-. C..n alirn
vnnco In.ruw g,irtlie middle of r j T WnyM)n retains his onico!
Our lnl lfiorl wns ilftted April 8.
After tliv l.rKi xnlrx ninile nt thv
rloso of ItvKt wn'k, Iniypra wltlnliuw
from tliu innrKct. nnd nllowt-d offrn phono S8I.
nil usual nt his Ilcrctnnla streot iro-
John It. IlerKstrom, (dntlo tnni-r
nnd repairer. Address 1'. O. box 0.
of Cubits mid I'm to HI cot for Mm
tdilpment to m't'tiiiiulntc tit 2 5-bc
"Mc.f.t bnsls ill, mid n.'JBfic. r.l.r le
npectlvoly limll Tuesdny, when Mu
Culms Kolll In Hinnll ,quuutllles nt
J i'j-3'ic c.r . binds iiC, mnrkliiK i
decline of l-.'.i't A still weiiker ton.'
devtdoped upon receipt of the olll
flnl weel;l udvlces from Cuba re
porting '14,0(111 tnns receipts lit I'm
six principal ports unit K7 estnt
In operation, ns lompared with :1T -0U0
tons receipts nnd Lit estntes m
tho rnrrcuponilliiB time In liinT.
A line home on tilt lieneli nt Wnl
Itllil Is offered for rent. See Hir
Tnku your cnrrlaco or automobile
to llnwallnu OiinliiKU Munf. Co., 'oi
liiter-Ulutiti mill O. It. & I., shipping
Looks fui tale at tlio 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 u
olllce, CO each.
If you want your lint cleaned rltlit
i semi It to tliu T.xpert lint CIcaiiviH,
Hirt street, oiiposlto Club ritalilcn.
I JudKe S. XI. Ilallou, neeoiiipanled by
Mir. lliilliiu, were uuioiiK tile oulK'dliK
passengers In I lie Alameda this morn-
Tliestf IlKinen, notwlthstnnillui; ng.
that ninny estates vicrp iibllBed to Wntch the pule at Ilium's tills week,
stop dinlilK the K.iKler holidays, were I There neer was u sulu like It In this
naturally Mhterprt'led' to mean tlw. city for ratiK.' of koihIs and prlce-rerk I
weather pormltiln:;. the eiup th' liiI.ir. '
year would In :. ery l.ir.no one im I Carpets, russ nnd mattresses thor
buyers, therefore lefttsed to cous'ldel oiuhly cleaned by Aero process
olfcrs of Oubas at - D-lfic. e.f. for I Trices law, at 1187 Alaken street.
April shipment and l-3!ic. higher IMuino (.S3.
for May shipment. I The Industrial Edition of the
On; Wedtv'silay (vondltlons ngntn E v e n ing Bulletin, wrapped
ehnnged, 'owing to udvlces from ! ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
Snlesllctwecn Hoards: 25U Kwj,
S2S.S0; S Kwa. S28.SII; 130 Kwa, 12S.CU;
10S i:vu, $28.51); 10 Kwa, $28.50; 12U
Kwa, $28.S0; 50 Walalim. $93; CI Kn-
liuku, $30. Session: 25 Mcllryde,
$-l.12&: $2lH)li Ullo It. It. lis, $113; $IUII0
O. It, .t I. Cs, $1(12; '10 Haw. C. & S.
S. Co., $30.
Dividends May ,5, 1!) 9: Haw. C. &
S. Co., $20c share; Oiliime.i, 24 per
cent; llonomu, 1V4 per rent.
Latest sugar quotation 3.8C cents or
$77.20 per ton.
Sugar, 3.86 cents
Henry Waternousa Trusl Go,,
Member. Honolulu BtocK a id Bon0
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8TS.
ffiS$5HH Monuments .
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Mfliiuroenf Works
VeSVSaJ 35BHap ,
NfiXT TO VOUNO BLDQ
I7(t.1fli) KINO B-Rrt--T
The Bulletin Is First
t In News Service. "& '.-,". 3. City Circulation.
2. , All kinds of Advertising. 4. Outside Circulatioi
6. Total Circulation,
' Any advertiser can cave money by using the B u 1 1 e t i n
''exclusively. It covers the field. The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. '.: :i :: .:: ::
Win, (1. Irwin, head nf Irwin &
Co., will icturu to the illy by tho
Miiiii;uIIii, nrrhliiK on tho lltli
Inst. W. M. (lirfiird, active Mana
ger of liwln & Co., will leinu for an
extended vacation tliu latter pait of
the mouth. Mr, (llrfaid will seel;
u complete rest on the Coast and
may pohslbly go lo Imgiand Inter
In tho year.
Cuba thnt cn heavy ruins were
rerlously Interfering with the prog
ress of grinding throughout the
Island. Messrs tluma-MeJer cabled
us that some experts believe that
these rains mark the beginning of
tho wet scufcon. but this opinion Is
not shared by many. Later In '.be
week about .Mi.OUil bags for Mny
shlpmcnl were tnken by rellners at
2 I9-32c. c.f. basis !)n, nnd 20,00't
bags for lirompt shipment were sold
lit 2 9-lGc,, but nt tho clime hold
ers have raised their views by l-32e.
for sugars In all positions.
Unless rnlus (outlntiu In Cuba nnd
tho crop comes to a sudden end, u
steady market Is likely to rule a'.
present Jcvel prices, with possibly
slight ' fluctuations, until rcflnerfl
commence to make purchases of thot.
May and 'June shipments, when n
hardening of values may bo looked
It U Intcicstlng to note that tin
meltings of the last two weeks have
been estimated at -15,000 tons ea:li,
ugalnst 41.IIU0 tons and 39,000 Hint
during the -corresponding periods In
l'.iOS nnd T.I07.
Tho gradually downwurd trend of
prices In Kiiropcau licet markets,
which on tho 14th Inst showed de
clines of 3-Id. per cwt. for nil posi
tions of present crop, was check"!
by the news from Cuba, Tho tune nt
tho clove i stonily, nnd today's f. o.
b. iiuotiilliins ate: April, 10s.
1 1-2U.; .Muy;M10s. 5 l-4d.; August,
10s, 7d.; next crop, October-December,
9s. Hid. Cable advices leeclveil
today from Mr. I". O. I.tcht estimate
nn InrreiU'C of 2 per cent over last
year In the swings for all Kuropo
LOOMIS TELLS ABOUT
MISSIONS IN JAPAN
1 e t i n office.
Coat jour Iron roofs villi "Arabic.
You will be rurprlseil nt its cooling
mid pteseivnlUo properties California
Keed Co.. agenis.
Charles K. King, school lusector,
sailed this morning In the Alameda, to
be present nt the opening of the Al.is-kn-Yukou
Men n.illugliei, Indicted by the
Croud Jui) on the ehnrge of tilling off
n man's eyebrow, pleaded not gulll
before Judge l)e Hull tills morning.
Mrs. Kc-nrns lias fresh Jums, Jellies
find mango clnilni). A rnsn of lia
wallan prescres makes n nlco pres
ent, fllve the order, and bhu will do
A new line of Princess gowns, Junip
er suits and shirtwaists Just lecelved
by Miss Woodard on lort street next
to Convent. Tho ery latest designs
l.lo)d Child, who will look nfier tho
llnwullnn exhibits lit tlio Alaska-Yukon
Kxposlllon, was u departing pas
senger In tliu Alameda. He was load
ed down with lets.
Miss Mary Johnson has returned
from n visit o tliu mainland and baa
resumed charge of her Sanatorium on
Kewulo street. Miss II. A. Kreney.
who took her place during her ab
sence, left In the Alameda this morn
ing for California, where she Intends lo
A Gnrtley, who has been cummin
slimed by tho amalgamated telephone
nnd wireless companies, left today in
the Alameda for I he Htates. While
there lie will study the nuloiiialle tel
ephone HjHlem, which Is being adopted
by the cities ou tliu mainland, tlart
toy Is tho manager of I he Hawaiian
Canadian Shingles Advance. Van
couver, II. C, April SO, Ilrltlsli Coluni
bin shingles advanced In price 10
tents today. Tills Incieasn has been
expected for tlio last threu weekB 'by
the trade, owing to tliu fact tli.1t mills
liavo for over a month been Inundated
At the end (if ear lino on tho beach,
furnished liouso; four bed-rooms;
do hlc lights, Address "N,"
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n olllce.
NEW - TO-DAY
WAH CHONG CO.
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast,
WAVERLEY BIK. . HOTEL ST.
One nf the most Interesting talks nn
missionary work In Japan ever deliv
ered hero was listened to yesterday
by u repiesentatlvu audience In tin
Hoard loom of tho Central Union
chinch. The speaker wus Itev. Ileur)
I.ootnU, head of tlio American lilhlo
Ruclety In Japan.
Mr. KOotnls said that the missionary
work In Japan Is progressing very sat
Isfactorlly under tlio untiring effort o."
the mlsslonatles, who uru devoting tics
(Continued from Pace 1)
lime that the widespread sioiiu in tlio
Middle West nnd South lias had nn In
lliienco on the market on account of
Ihu injury it must have dune to crnpi
and the L-onseiiueiit reduction In the
consumption of sugar. So far us sugar
cciminiptlim is concerned, however
the llgiinM show that there has been
n steady Increase In Ihu consumption
of tho United States, and unless some
general disaster meets Ihu fruit or
tho country this should he a banner
soa-vuu for sugar consumption stalls-
ttieir timo anil unorgy in spreading tliu ( Th ,iivldends icportod on tho Block
gospel of truth. 'Kxtluni'i this morning nut a total of
Helming his own story, shortly after S82.50.1 Into elrn.intion u,r,mi, n,
hu nrrlve.l In Japan, a long time ago. jatockholdors of llnwullnn Commercial.
ho said thnt Mrs. i.oomls and hu were jonhmua and llonomu,
tho objects of wonder on tho part of -n,,, iirlnclii.il Item of Interest on tin.
tho Japanese, as they walked along
tho street, Tliu Japanese of those days
counted 'tliu woman much Inferior to
tho man, and they thought she had no
soul, Hut since the spread of Chris
tianity In tliu ICinplre. customs mid
conditions have changed, mid today,
suld ho, Ihu woman Is recognized and
her position in the community respect
ed by nil.
lie then spoke of tho work which
Ills daughter Is doing among the Japanese.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of I-:, O. Hall & Son, l.lmlU'd.
will bo hold at the office of thv ior
por.ttlon, l'mt and King ut.-cets,
Honolulu, on Thursday, May 1 ith,
191)9, at nine o'clock A. M.
Election of olllceiB to servo for th?
cneuliu; 5 ear will lie hold at tint
time. K. II. I'AIUH,
Secretary U.'O. Hull & Son, Mil.
Thero will bo a public moonlight
baud conceit this evening at 7:30 at
March l'.l Capltuu' Sousa
Overture Light Cavalry . ...Suppe
Waltz May 1 llnvo tho I'lcasuio.
Selection Hurry Landers' Songs,
Vocal llawnlla n Songs
Ar. by llergro
Selection Jolly Jingles Neat
Intermezzo Uintaino Glllet
March lillo Hergor
The Star Spangled Manner,
If it's a
THE BEACON HAT 13 MADE BY THE KNOX COMPANY.
HI0H-CLASS rAPER-HANOINO, DEC0RATIN0.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Even if we gave awav the ordinary electric lamps, it
would be cheaper to BUY
Because of the great savini; in current and the su
perior quality of the light obtained.
25 watt size ...$ .85
40 watt size 1.00
GO watt size... $1,40
100 watt size... 1.S5
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Imported Havana Cigars!
Hoard wa the reported sale between
boanls of over six hundred shares of
Cw-a nt $28.50. This Is considered by
many to bo a low pi Ice for Kwa. A
block of llfty shares of Wnlnlua suld
ut $95, nlso believed to be low. This
plantation Is making a good showing,
running u little above the estimate till
tho timo but not enough to warrant a
prediction of what thu wholo cam
paign will show. Very little of thu
stock Is coming out.
Twenty-flvo shares of Mcllrydc sold
nt $1.1211 on thu Kxchmigo and there
Is a standing hid of $1, llllo Itnllwny
huujs aro beginning to ninko a show
ing, miiiio selling today nt 93, when
eighteen months ago some people
quoted thu bonds at llfty or declared
theio was no sale. Hawaiian. Com
mercial will probably take another ad
vance under tho Inspiration of tho
prospective extra dividend.
Romeo. & Julieta; Upmanns, La Escepcions; Partagas; Castanedas; Belin-jfc.i
das; Punch; F. Garcia; El Rey del Mundo. ,-
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
109 KING ST. Cigar Emporium. PHONE 240
"Ouren of Chinatown' Dies. Chica
go. April 2d. Mm. Moy Tung Hoy
wife of one of the tidiest Chinese, mei
chants In Chicago, and well known us
Ihu "queen of Chinatown," Is dead
ns tlio result or pulmonary trouble.
Moy K. Chung, her son, 10 years old,
Is at piesent n student ul Notro Dame
ALL ODD LINES
Now being sold at
L$ v ' t .felltta 'tM .' nfirJat'i '- i. ' &