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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II ntlDAV, MAY 7. 1009
Wc arc offering for
a few days, beginnini
with May 1st, a special
(Usual Prices, $4.50 and $6.00).
They must ro to make room for new season's Roods
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
F. O. BOX 628.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. May 7.1909
pHE MEATS wc sell are from
selected cattle, of which we
are given first choice. There is
nothing better obtainable here, nothing
better in the coast markets.
W. F. HE1LBR0N, Manager.
I . or SfLK.1
; BtewtT Cn.
ilwa riAntntlon O ..
Hftwut nti Atjtlr. Cn
Maw Com ft Su Cn .
Hniiomu SuRttr Co
Hmmlcaa Sulfur Co
Hftiku Suiter Cn , .,
KAhiikii Pimm! mi r
Rtkulift Suit Co ,
Kt'ihulu Suur Co. ..
Klnn Sugar Co ... .
MrHoi '? Co ..
Oahi Si ir Cn ....
O koUJ114.tr Plant Co
Ulift 5ujr.Hr Co Ltd i
Paihati Smar PNiu Co
Pacific SJfar Mill
Pain rianintlrmCo ....
Ptpetkfn Sueur Co....
WAlmm Sugar Mil) Co
Hoti R T ft I. Co rrel
HonRTft I, Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
iiiioii K Co
Mom Rft M Co:
Hawaiian PI tr apple Co.
imw i kt 4 p c. ,
IlawTer 4 pc
JlawTer 4 uc, ..
lUwTcr i pc
Maw Gov't lie . ..
dalku H'luar Co 6 pc
Ham, I I clt Co ,
tipper Hitch M
Haw Irrljj- Co, G .
il h Com A Suit Co 5 ,
Haw Sugar Coo pc....
HIloB kCo Con b PC
Honakaa Surii co. f pc.
llo RTJVlCoAp c
MnrytrS O'a W. ,
Oahu Kft LCo6yc ..
Oalm Sugar Co $pc ..
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
I'ao Sue Mill Co. 6a
Palf f latilallon Co ...
Nonccr MM Co 6pc ..
Wa lalua ,iriCo c
I J.I .
, 41,1 "
SURETY COMPANY ':
PAYS COTTON BOND!:
Henry Waterhouse Trust t
Company Receives Z
si iv ; ( n. H. h n s
M.n !t: N O A. Vs Pet
May 9 Tnnsnii.
Mny 9 IViirl llailjor.
Juno tl. Y. M. C A
There is Little
in price between ordinary soda water and OURS.
D0NT YOU GET THE BEST?
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
New Line of Dress Goods,
Ii. AHOY, Nuuanu, below Hotel St.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Bi 'MV The Henry will' ilimitu Trust dim '
pniiy, l.lmltcil, nRriiii. for Uio liawiillnn j
Inlnmlis for the Unit, il Stsitcs Klilcllty
& Ouaranty Coirp" i-ri'lvcil In c
Icnlay's ninll " Unn frnni Uio San
I'lnnclsco olHcu cif tin Kiuuly ciitmui.
I'llcIoslliK 11 nicrK mi nn uniim inin
Cmniinny at Sail rninrlRcu fir J.l:'.
.193.00, ami which u,nl a rnli)vn:
"llunri Wnlcrlioiim Tiunt Co., Ilnmilu-
In, T. II.
"Ho: Cotton Hi"'' k Co. Appeal
"Wo aro rticliixlim licrewllli our
check No. 781 for $.12,.1!i5 00 III wt I le
nient of tho Cotton II101. & Coinp-.iny'M
JililKmcnt. Ill iiirMtiK at tho nhovo
amount, wo have umm! tho followliiB
Anioimt of JnilBinciii 23,nini.nn
Court rostB 20.00
Interest at C per run finni
Mny 27, '01 to Apr 27, 'o'J. 7,37G.(Mi
Sales Uctwccn Iloarila: S3000 I. S.
M. Ch. $103: 35 O. It. & I.. Co.. I120.K0:
10 Walnliu, 'J5; 100 Ewa. $28.87Vj; 10
Bwo, I28.S7H: 20 Maw. Ilneapple Co..
J22.G0: 23 Ewa. 129: 700 Ewa. $29: 1G
O. It. & I,. Co.. $120.50; $3000 O. It. &
I.. 6s, $101.73; $12.00(1 Cnl. Iter, fid
$101; $1000 Cal. Rtf. fin, $101; 70 Haw.
C. & S. Co.. $30. Sesolon: 10 Oalm
Sag. Co.. $32.73, 100 Kwa, $29.
Latest lugar quotation 3.86 cents or
$77.20 per ton.
Sugar, 3,86 cents
Beets, lOs 4 l-2d
Henry Walernouse Trust Co,,
Member Honolulu StocK aid Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
Total $ 32,393.0(1
"Wo will Ihnnk nii upon receipt
of this letter to obtain satisfaction of
Judgment, forwarding us cvrllfleil copy
In iinler that we ma notify Cotton
Ilros. & Co, that the raso Is cluseil
and Inform our Hume Olllcc of tho
termination of llalilllt)
"Yourn trill. .
UOUI.ANI) & IOIINS, Mrm.,
"Hy II V I). Johns."
Claim wa made liv Uio Territory
nKnlnst tho surety rnmpany on April
3, 1909, and after a hricf cnriespoud-
encc In reRnnl to the Interest due,
check was Immedlatel) mailed In set
tlement. This Is eipcclully .itlsfac
tory, Inasmuch ns the bond called for
MRS. 1N DEAD
Mm. James Quliln, wife of Super
visor Qulnn, died last night shortly
after 8 o'clock.
Mr. Qulnn had heen an Invalid
for years, nnil her had health hnd
Kivcn considerable anxiety to her
family for some I line pailt. That the
end was near no one realized, how
ever, until shortly lief ore the suffer
er breathed her last.
Kirs. Qulnn leaves two children, u
Brown dniiRhter and a son 12 jeais
old. Funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
NEXT TO V3UNO BLOC 17B.190 KINO 8-REET
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Stop. 134 King St
Fort street, opposite W. 0. Irwin
& Co., ltd.
We have a big supply on hand of
the best quality of CORAL, BLACK
SAND. WAIANAE SAND and ordi
IS AH ON A THIEF
OR A KLEPTOMANIAC?
Ah On, thu Chinese now under In
dictment by thu Orand Jury for hnrso
htealltiR, has a lecord that, If It be
longed lo u per Hon In another Million
of life, mlRlil seem to point to klepto
mania. Hut as Ah On In Mmply Ah
On, his apparent Inability to dlstln
Btilsh between mciim nnil teum Is
culled by the less fancy iiniuo of steal
Dctcctlwi I.aku has taken tho tioit
bio to collect a llttlo data. In rcRnrd to
Ah On's past nnil for Ah On's dlscom
fltuie when hu comes to trlul on thu
The court records bliow (hat on Juno
22, l'Ji'2, Ah On was Riven 11 seutcncu
of twu yeais upon conviction of thu
crlmu of larceny In tho first dcKreo.
This, however, failed to euro him of
his Itluptomanlacal tendencies, and on
April 17, 1903, ho got another dose, for
only six months that lime.
l'nr a eur Ah On confined his atten
tions to the seductlvo Ramus of fan-tan
and palkau and kept out of Jail, but on
May 3, 1901), hu was sunt up iiRaln for
another six months for taking prop
erty that belonged to Homebody olhu.
When he nunc out hu managed to stuy
cluar of tho meshes of tho law for
about a month, but on December 13,
1900, ho was "viiRRetl" for six months,
and almost as soon as hu Rot out UKaln
ho was Riven another thirty days for
tho iMiiiiu offense. This lasted him
until November 2S last, when hu s.is
Riven ninety days for vagranc). Ami
now hu is charged with walking off
with a lopo that had another man's
horso attached to tho end of It.
AH FAT RESERVES PLEA
All Kut, (he Chlueso laborer who was
yesterday indicted by thu (Irnnd .lurv
for thu murder of n countr)inan, was
orrnlgncil before Jtulgo Do Unit this
morning. He reserved his plea until
next Tuesday to give him time In get .1
lawyer to defend him when he goes tin
tilul for hlH life.
Senator W. J. Cnullin of Wailukii.
M1111I, Is booked to leave (his afternoon
111 thu steamer Claudliic, which sails
at R o'clock.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENEItAL
LEASES OF PUBLIC LANDS IN
and Praying Co.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per YeaiL
Tor Sale" cjrdi at Bulletin.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
Blennturu ef C&ffl&&&U
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, June
7, 1909, at the front entrance to
tho Judiciary llullding Honolulu,
thcro will be mid at auction lindur
the provisions of I'nrt 3, Land Act
1893 (Sections 278-285 Inclusive,
Itovlsed Laws), tieiicral Lcsces of tho
following binds: -
(1) Tho mnknl portion of thu
land of AI.AK, containing an aiea of
217 acres, mote or less, tn bo used for
Upset rental $23.00 per annum,
payable upml-aniiually In advance.
Tonus of Lease, 21 yeais fiotn
Juno 7, 1909.
(2) Tho mul.nl portion of tho
land of KAMAOI.U, containing an
area of 30.27 acres, to bo used for
Upset rental $.,3.00 per annum,
payable scml'iiiinually In advance.
Term of Lease, 3 jeais from Juno
Entire bnundnn of land to bo
fenced within six months fiom Juno
7, 1909, and said renco maintained.
Tree cutting piuhlblted except for
feuco post 8 to be used On premises.
Itoservntlons legardlng land le
qulred for tottloinetit, Heclaniatlnn
mid other public purposes will be
embodied In the leases.
For maps and full paitlculam ap
ply at office of W O. Aiken, Knlni
lui, Slniil, mid ut otllce"- p untlei
slRiied, Jtnllclarj llulbllng, Honolulu.
J AS. A I'llATT.'
Comiulsloner of I'uhllc I.amb.
llnnlulu,Mfi) 7. intip." i
4306 Mny S,. If.i 229. June '
LOCAL AND miUX
Call at the Bulletin office for ,
the biggest ami best five-cent school '
tablet ever offered in Hawaii. j
Listen get Sullivan's Hack. 290. !
ltoi.il Annex lor ojslers. eiab, i
fmgV legs, and lobsters. See sign.'
Hi J. T. Wnyson letalns his olllce
n iiMial ut his lleivtaiila Bluet prop
1.li ti It. Ili'igstrom, piano tuner
and p.p.iher. Addrers 1'. O. box 40.
The old schooner Ithnilciick Illiu it
n inlal lns on the rocks nl Point
Honolulu Scnltlsli TIiIh.iI'- I'Iii'i wld
meet In Its looms, II nlid I- ' " ;
building, this ewnliig. at 7 X
Mis. It. Canipbell ami nurse anl' I
today III the steamer Manna Ln.i
which came In early this morning
Mr nnil Mis. II. A. Ilaldnln of ll.i
innkiiapoko. Maul, nro In town. The
came down today In tin1 Manna l.o.i
II. P. Dubinin, iieciim.nnleil liv Mi.
Dnldnln, came down from Maul lh!
inoinlng. Thi-y arricd on tho Maun i
Manager II ll.ildnln of Maul Ag
rlcultural Co , Is In town, having come
down to I'o picsent at his brother
Carpets, rugs nnd mattresses thor
oughly cleaned by Aero process
Prices law, at 11S7 Alakea street.
The Industrial Edition of the
.eve nine; x u 1 1 c 1 1 u , wjuppm
ready for mailtnu, ou cents at a u t
1 e t i n office.
Dlnni Is making money for Ins pat j
rons every time ho makes a sale ine
present clearance sale Is the gicatesi
In his history.
Judge Itoblnson jestcrday appointed
A. D. Castro adnilnlstrntor of the es
tate of Luis Perrelra. Thu estate is
valued at $912.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
I'Ved Co.. agents.
The monthly meeting of the W.ul.lkl
K.ilmukl and P.ilnlo lmpiivei ut
Club wilt bu held this evening at tin
residence of A. !'. Cooke.
Mrs. Kearns has fresh jams, Jellies
and mango chutney. A casu of Ha
waiian preserves makes a. nlcu pres
ent, (live the order, ami idio will do
A new line of Princess gowns. Jump
er suits nt'cl shlttwnlsts Just leeelved
by Miss Woodnrd on Knit street next
to Convent. Thu very latest designs
Dr. .1 olios, pistor of the Mclhoillxi
chinch, entertained members of his
lllble class at his home Inst iiIkIiI
There weiu about Ihlity present, a
liiihihcr of them being soldiers.
.1. 1". llackfehl and K. Klanip of
Hackfeld & Co., were among the unlv
ills (his morning In the Mauua Lot
They came ftoiu Lalialun, vvlieie tin
have been luvesllgatlug plantation at
At the meeting of the Pioinotlnii
Committee .vestenl.O, Will .1 Coop I
was given leave of aliKi'iu-e fiom lib
duties In couiieetlon with Ibu iubllell.
deaitmenl In older that he might be
free In go to Seattle during thu cxpnid
Theie will be a leeluu at the Chns
tlan church this evening ut K o'clock
by Hon. John (I. Wooley on "How to
Do a Man." Mr Woole) will point out
lo the ambitious vnung man how In
maku tho niost of himself. And will
show the older ones how lo correi t
their mistakes, and be belter and mnie
useful. A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed In the citizens ot Honolulu, and thu
bo)u of Uio Army and Navy.
If it's n or a
$5.00 I ?3.50
THi: EEACDN HAT IS MADE BY THE KNOX COMPANY.
tllO ' 1
PHONE 397. I
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SrEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Even if wc pave awav the ordinary ckttiic lanijis. it
would be cheaper to BUY
Because of the tjreit savin? in current and the su
perior quality of the liRlit obtained.
25 wntt size. .. S .85
40 wntt size ... 1.00
GO watt size.. $1.40
100 wntt size . . 1.S5
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Imported 3J.GL'V2ijTaJ Cigars!
Romeo & Julictn; Upinaiim. La Esccpctons; Paitigas; Ciist.uicdas; Bclin- ,
dtts; Punch; F. Garcia; El Key del Mundo.
LEVIS fc CO., LTD.
109 KING ST. Clear Emporium. PHONE 240
MAY FORCE GAS CO.
(Continued from Pice 1)
tight to ereet and maintain lamp
posts or other appliances for light
ing streets, loads or other places, and
of (ouiiectliig tho sniun with thu sup
ply pipes; pmvided, that such iieo of
said streets, toads or oilier plates
shall 111 st be approved by said
Superintendent of Public Works;
and provided fuither, that if said W.
V. Dlmop.il i-lnill maiiufacluiu and
soil Illuminating gas, ns well as gas
for furl, and shall erect lamp posts lis
ufoicsald .bo shall, on irqiilsltlou ot
tho Superintendent of Public Works,
furnish fien of coat gas for fifty
street lights, and thereafter shall
each ear furnish live mure In addi
tion In the tiuniher furnished the pre
(edlng j ear "
The iiiestlnu Involved Is whether
Hie tins t'oinpaii) has eieited l.iiup
posts within the uivmilng of !u
charter. Dy rnniuolllug the tins
Comnnu to rai'i-y mil tills provision
of, Its chariot- It is figured that iiiudl
of J)ip nviteiistnrillBlitlliKfjiiilil bo
sitvcil' tho city. !' ifv i
ALL ODD LINES
Now boiug sold at