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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATt'WUY. MAY 8. 1fi0!.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
J. O. BOX 528.
We are offering for
a few days, beginning
with May 1st, n special
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAHE
HONOLULU. May 8,1909
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(Usual Prices, $4.50 and $0.00).
They must go to make room for new season's goods
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
'"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. HEILBRON, Manager.
Rrrwtr St Co..
F Plantation C ....
tUwur.n Aric. Co...
Haw Com IkSurCl ..
Ha allun Sufar Co...
tlotiotnu Suicar Co ....
Haiku Siir Co
Mutrhlvm Suctr Plait.
Kahuku Plantation u
Ktkatia SufC Co- .
Kltahulc Sugar Co. ..
Koloa Sugar Co
Mctr).SuKar Co ....
Ononif aHlgar Co ,.
O ko!iiutnr Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co U.I ....
Paaliaa Sugar riant Co
Tala Plantation Co ....
Pf1keo Sorar Co....
Pioneer Mill Co-......
Wlluku Sugar Co ....
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
Inter-ltland Steam N Co
Hon K T ft L. Co Prel
Mutual Ttlrphone Co
Nthlku Rubber Cn.
-.Pan Up ,, -....
Nahlku Rubber Co Am.
liana K Ulo
B at. U ..
Maw Tcr i pc,
Haw Govt t pc.
There is Little
in price between ordinary soda water and OUES, WHY
DON'T YOU GET THE BEST? . .
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd,
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
New Line of Dress Goods,
jL. AHOY, Nuuanu, below Hotel St.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monament Works
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDOM 17J-1W KINQ 8-REET
CBrelSuf ik.ICo (pc
Ham. I.hch Co,
Haw-tlrrig- Co', c.
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Haw Sugar Co 6pc...
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Honakaa Sue ai co. (ipc.
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MrUrvdrS Co'aW. .
Oahu K& ,Co6jc..
Oahu Sugar Co SPC ..
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I'ac. Sur. Mill Cu. a.
Palf Plantatlo.l Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co t pc ..
Walalua AgrlJ-Co tpc
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Snlcs Dotwceu Uoardni is Oahtt
Sue. Co., $32.75; C I. S. M. Co., 3136;
200 Haw. C. & S. Co., 130.50; $5000
Wulnliia 5s, $100; 07 Ewa, $29; 23 Cwn,
$29; 10 Ewa, $29; 30 Oahu Suk. Co..
$32.75; 50 Haw. C. & 8. C6 $30.60;
225 Oahu Sub. Co.. $32.75; 50 IMonecr,
JlUi.wi; io iMonoc-r, $1G7.50. Scsulon;
$2000 O. U. & I.. Ch. $101.75: 30 Oahu
Sug. Co., $32.76; 5 Oahu Bug. Co..
$32.75: 25 Oahu Sue. Co.. $32.75 40
Haw. C. & Sug Co., $30.50; 25 Oahu
Hug. Co., $32.75; 25 Haw C. & S. Co
$3050; 35 Haw. C. & S. Co., $30.50.
Latest sugar quotation 3.88 cents or
$77.20 per ton.
Sugar, 3.86 cents
Beels, 10s 4 l-2d
Henry Waternousa Trust Co.,
Members Hoiolulu StocK arid Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
YOU ought to have, for correct dress,
both evening and dinner clothes full
dress and Tuxedo. You'll never wear
better clothes than
Hart Schafther c Marx
have made lor us; every little detail of
style and tailoring, of length, ol shape, of
lapels all the niceties of making have
been carefully looked after.
All sorts of suit and overcoat styles for
daily use. ' '
King, near Fort
FROM HAWAII TRIP
Trip to Volcano Made A
Hon. Charles W. Kitlili.iukH rcturnoil
UiIh morning from .Hawaii, where ho
went to visit -Kjiit'nvi)r'!iituront, Includ
ing llio volcano. Mr. I'.ilrhanka en
joyed the trli Immeiifcely.
Governor Krear escorted tho iIIhIIii
RtilBhcd party over 'the lilg Island.
I.tiaus and entertainments ueiu given
herovcr tho iiartTf.vlflled. and .Mr.
Kalrhanks exiiresseil Ills thanks to
those who helped mnku Ills lslt pleas
ant. Mr. ralrbanks will be thu guest ot
honor at the dinner "of thu Men's
League to ho ghen'on Monday oven-lug.
HERE THIS AUTUMN
The famous Frawlcy Company, dis
banded several years ago when the
proprietor, Daniel Frawley, decided lo
enter tho Ltellar ranks under syndlcnlo
management, has been brought to life
again and will bo seen hero this Sep
tember. Frawloy Is making n tour of tho
world with his recorganlzed company,
and will stop oil In Honolulu for three
weeks of stock productions. Manager
Adams of tho Honolulu Opera House
has already booked tho company for
tho dates In question.
V BULLETIN Ans PAY
DBESS PARADE BY
There will bo a dress parade by
the Kamchamehn Cadets on the
school grounds Sunday afternoon nt
Tho Kamchamehn Preparatory boys
had their field und track meet on the
school grounds Friday afternoon.
There was n llrgo gntherlng of
students and parents at tho meet.
The most Interesting event of tho
afternoon was tho "shoo race."
There were about seven hoys In this
rnce, and each one had to run 50
yards and pick out his pnlr of shoes
from n piled up heap'. II. Knai was
tho first to find Ills Bhoes and vwm
the rnco. Tho half-mile relay race
was also Interesting from start to
finish. The "Illttcs" won this raco
after a hard run. After tho races
the winners were handed the prlzos
by tho young ladles from tho (llrls
school. Tho "lllties" won tho meet
from tho "Whites" by tho score of
0C to 44.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If iff painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King SL
We have a bier supply on hand of
the best quality of CORAL, BLACK
SAND. WAIANAE SA1JD and ordl
& Fort greet, opposite W, 0. Irwhr Drayng (
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year'
NEW - TODAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tljo undersigned having been duly
appointed administrator of the estate
of Luis Perrerla, lata of Honolulu,
deceased, notice Is hereby given to
ull persons to present their claims
against said estate, duly authenti
cated, and with proper vouchers, If
any exist, and whether or not so
cured by mortgago upon real estate,
to the undersigned nt his offlcu at
262 Vineyard street, Honolulu, with
in six months from the date hereof,
or they will he forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, May 9, 1909.
A. D. CASTKO,
Administrator of tho Es
tate of Luis Perrelrn,
430C May 8, 15, 22, 29, June C, "09
Tho coroner's Jury, which held an In
tmest on the body of Chun Hung, tho
Chinese carpenter who was killed b)
falling, from the roof of the new Cath
olic Mission building on Thursday last,
rendered tho fnllnulng enllcl.
"That Chun Smig camo to his death
from shock anil hemorrhage, and crush
nlg of ribs, lungs and liver, caused hy
nccldentally falling from n building In
Kallhl valley, thu ra Tiers of said build
lug being blown oer by u strong wind
while the building was In construction."
Wo havo for sale Hack Set Ranges,
sljv 4., to, 9(;trirldso.& Hoach
"Su'perjbr SJ9v.es;" Quick jMcal
and Perfection1' oil stoves; farm
er's 111 oilers, Camp pnd I.ainidry.
stoves. Phono 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.JLTD, 145 Kins; Btu ' '
The Supreme Court )esterday ten
dered Its findings of fact In tho I.11
halnaluna case Frederick J. Uiwrlu.
George P. Cooke and W O. Smith, trus
tees, vs. the Territory of Hawaii. Tliosu
findings, which are virtually the same
us thoso In tho opinion rendered some
tlmd ago, arc a necessary pictlmlnitry
t oan appeal to the Supienie Court of
tho United States.
Five-room cottage; piano and fur
nlshlngs for sale cheap. AddichX
Call nt the Bulletin office for
the biggest and best five-cent school
tablet ever offered in Hawaii,
Listen Ret Sullivan's Hack, 290.
There will bo n hand concert at the
I'atk Theatre this eenlng.
Kojal Annex for o) stern, crabs,
frogs' legs, nnd lobsters. Seo slgu.
Dr. J. T. Wnyson retains Ids olllro
its usual ut his lleretanla slieet pi utt
erly. K. P. Hall is the place mid the Car
men's Annual Hall Is the occasion, and
tonight's the night.
(htrpets, rugs and mattresses thor
oughly cleaned by Aero process.
Prlics low, at US" Alake.i street.
(!oernor Walter I'. I'rear, who wont
with Mr. Fairbanks to Maul and Ha
waii, lettirued this morning lit the
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped!
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1 '
1 e 1 1 n office.
llloni Is making money for Ills pat
rons every time he makes n sale. Tho
present clearance sale Is tho greatest
In his history.
Mango Chutney ns manufactured by
Mrs Kenrns Is nil appetizer. Pure and
delicious and unsurpassed by any oth
or chutney In tho world.
J. C. fulnn and family desire lo
thank their many friends who so kindly
extended their sympathy and itsslst
auco during their lecent beiemenient
Among thu passengers who nrrlved
fiom Hawaii this morning was Hon.
Charles W. Fairbanks, ux-VIco Presi
dent of the United States, He was ac
companied by Mrs. ralrbanks ami
ilaiigtcr, Mrs Tlmmons.
Secretnrj Wood of the Promotion
Committee expects a large number of
tourists on the Mongolia, due to arrive
Tuesday next. Prlnco Cupid and Col.
Parker are among tho passengers on
the big Pacific Mail liner.
According to tho request of tin
Men's Club of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Parish, Mr ralrbanks has kindly con
sented to address tho congregation In
thu Sunday school room tomonow- af
ternoon nt 4 o'clock. Friends are Invit
ed lo attend.
Another endless chain prncr -lias
undo Its appearance. Thu latest effort
partakes toiiiethlng of the uatiiio of
machlne-madu piety, thu teclplcut mil)
being required to do n reusonahle
amount of clerical work In order to se
em e untold blessings.
The brothers Crockett 1110 going to
luio a go-as-you-please race fiom
Kamekuiueha IV road to the W11IKI
Kl Inn on Sunday week. Isaac and
Jlmmlo had n dispute us to tho paio
of each other, and the rare is tho ie
sitlt. A sum of fifty tlollats Is at
stake oa tho event, nnd a most ex
citing rnio Is looked forwaid to.
The city and county will soon com
ineiice tho task of making out an in'
ventory of Territorial property In Its
possession ns required by an An
passed at tho lato Legislature. Thero
Is eonsldeinhlu ptopetty, legally be-
loiiKlngMu tho Territory, for which the ,
city and county has paid. This con
sists chleljy of tools puichnsed lo to-j
place apparatus that had been worn !
out In service. An effort will ptolubl
bo niailo to straighten out the lunglo
A dual decree was filed yestetday.
approving and couflimlug the action
of M. T Slmonton In selling, under
foreclosure pioccedlngs, proper! own
ed by Chock Sing in the case of tho j
iionoiniu ueauing nooni association
against Chock Slug, his wife, Tung
Sing, Toug Hon. K Ok.tno, II. A Jiieu
nnd Wlllliim Suxldgo and. Dull) Sav
Idge Afcntdlug In tho dcciee there
icnnlus a deficiency Judgment of, $7
377 51 to b c0M-ctv",frQni the de(eud
.iilit. CljocK, SlncY .'Ukj llilillyA under,
.the mortgago wTilch was foreclosed,
amounted to 110,902,03, Inclusive ot the
j costs and Interests," , . ' "
Just Arrived from the East
Children's and Misses' Hose
New Patterns in Dress Goods
Ribbons, Notions, and
New Pattern Suitings
Dry Goods and Tailoring
Waverley Block, Hotel St.
HIOH-CLASS PAPER- HANOING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK TOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.
Even if we gave away the oidinary electric lamps, it
would be cheaper to BUY
Because of the great saving in current and the su
perior quajity of the light obtained.
25 watt size $ 85 CO watt size .$1.40
40 watt size . 1.00 100 watt size . 1.S5
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
Imported Havana. Cig-ars!
Romeo & Julicta; Upmanns, La Escepcions; Pnitagas; Caslancdas; Helta
das; Punch; F, Garcia; El Rcy del Hundo.
LEWIS fc CO,, LTD.
109 KINO ST. . , Cigar Emporium. ., ,. , PHONE 240 1
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