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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. MAY IT, 1009.
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We still have a few pairs left of our
$4.50 and $6 lines that we are selling at
$2.50 a pair
They're going fast. See them now.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING
FOR DINNER NEXT SUNDAY YOU HAD BETTER LET
US SUPPLY IT. WE HAVE SOMETHING VERY GOOD
TO OFFER. YOU'LL ENJOY IT.
W. F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.
New Shirt Waists for Ladies,
from 75c up to $2.50 each
Li. AHOY, Nuuanu, below Hotel St.
On and after May 15th wc will furnish electric current
24 hours n day. This iwll enable you to take advantage
of some of the electric
Labor Saving Devices
Sewing Machine Motors,
Sweeping Machines, Flat Irons, etc.
and to use and cnioy
Electric Cooking Utensils
Coflcc Percolators, Chafing Dishes,
Water Heaters, Toasters,
Fryers, Baking Ovens
Our salesmen will be glad to show you any of these and
to demonstrate their rood points.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
We will supply you for a month with ice, free of charge
if you purcliasc from us a
The "Leonard" is the best Refrigerator in the world.
Big new stock just in.
HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK. EXGHANBE
Hf)NOLULO, May 17.1909
ii OP STOCK
2 Brewer & CoM
Kwa Plantation Co ....
Iltw Com ft SugCn ..
tl.u.ll.n Sugar Co,..
Itotirtrtiu PilRir Co ....
ItonokM Sugar Co . ..
HulcliUon Stigir Pint.
IC.rtuku PI.tii.tion I'o
Krk.li Sur Co. ..
Klahulu Sugar Co. ..
Koloa Suear Cn . . ..
Oahu S Kir Cn. ......
Onnmt. SJgar Co ....
O kol. Sugar Plant Co
Ola. Sugar Co LU ....
Taaliau Snjrar Hunt Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
r.la Plantation Cn ...
rrpfekro Sugar Co. ..
Wiluku Sugar Cn ....
Walmra Sugar Mltl Co
Ir.1cr-Nt.nd sicam N Co
Hoti H T fc I. Co Trtl
Hon KTft I.CoConi
Mutual Tclftilnrte Co
Paul Up ,
Nahiku Rubber Co.Ai.
oahu K Ik l.c
Hon HUM Cn
Hawaiian PI wapple Co.
HuwTrrtt f IFire CM
ILw Tcr t pc
taw Tcr iv pc
Maw Gov't 5 tic
.talku Sugar Coftpc
Mam I i ch Cn.
Haw- Irrlc- Co, r.. ...
It HW Cnm A Sug Co S lv'
M.w Sugar Cn . p c... .
11110 K r.n 'ot ope
Hotukaa Sugsi co (tic
Dim RTJk LCt.liii c
Oahu K A is Cu 6 c .
t)aliu Sugar Co ape .
Ola a Sugar Co 6 p c
Pat Sug. Mill Co. ta
Pal. flaiitatlun Co ....
r.ontcr Mill Co 6pc ..
W.l.lu. tgtlrQn nif
Snlc'8 llctwovn Itoitnln: 100 Olua.
H. ScRsltui. 10 Kwn, $28; 5 Kwa
28; 10 Haw C. & S. Co.. J30; B0 Hinu.
C & S. Co., $30; It) Haw. Siik. Co.,
4: 10 Ilnw. C. & 8. Co., $30; S Oahu
Siik. Co.. $31.25; 2tt Oalm 8ns. Co.,
931.25; S Walul'.i.i. St!)'), 10 Haw SttK
Latot sugar quotation 3.92 cent., or
$78.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3.92 cents
Beets, IIOs 7 l-2d
Henry WalernousB Tiusl Go.,
Members Honolulu StocK arid Bone
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8TS.
NEW - TO-DAY
& WRIGHT CO.
Honolulu Office Room S Kimin.
A. T. R. JACKSON, Local Agent.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions.! Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
Cable Address: "Guide," Honolulu.
The GUIDE is a correct, complete
and convenient Shipping Paper for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Information furnished subscribers
instantly on request.
GUIDE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Alexander Young Building.
With Pearl Handles,
Crystal Pen Racks,
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Dr. Tul.fi, nnrgi'iiit of Adinlial 1 J I
clii'H htpiudioii, who has been under
going an o eiullon In tlio Jap.iuutu ho
pltal tut I.lliha btieut, leaves in tlio
Hilimiau tomonovv muiiilug to Join
1 his ship.
Debating Society Takes
On New Life Open
I'rltlay marked the iirgltinlng of
the intcrclass sorlcn of debntes un
der the auspices of the McKlnley
IIIrIi School DcbatltiK Society, when
the Kreahmiin team put It nil over
the Sophomore representatives, lloth
Hideo did most excellently on the
dllflcult question of ' lYrleral Own
ership of Itnllroads," tin- I'rcshmeti
beliiR better In subje" t matter and
tefutation, while the older team ex
celled In spcnklne. A splendid
program of vocal and Instrumental
music was rendered, thn reorganized
High School orchestra playing un
der the direction of l'rnf I'ulsom.
The Debating Soclet) has long
been dormant, though mire a nour
ishing organization. However, u
biweekly Friday aftcrimnti has been
given over to literal') exercises and
debating, and tlio club is now re
organized under the following offi
cers: President, H: It Tiacy: Vice
President, Uuvlen lluuli. Secretary,
Nat lllart; Committee on Calendar,
Krank James, Itoy Douglas, Herman
An added Impetus has been given
by the Inauguration of the Inter
class debates. O. II Ingalls, the
genial secretary of the Y M. C. A.,
presented n bundsonie silver cup.
On the L'Sth the Seniors and Jun
iors will debate, and the winners
will meet the Freshmen for the cup.
The class teams nrc: Senior, Doug-
Ins and Tracy; Junior. Hush and
lllart; Sophomore, Abies and Marks;
Freshman, Kuhns and Ctockett.
tlreat Interest was roused by the
terelpt of a challenge fimn Punn-
hou. Arrangements were quickly
completed. Ingals, Douglas iiud
Tracy were chosen as the school
team, and work was begun on the
debate, when word was received
from Punahnu that they were com
pelled to back out. This occasioned
much disappointment, for the High
School has a rnttllng good team nud
fully expected to win However,
they are open to challcngo from any
tcliool In town Puuahou not ex
cepted. MANILA IRAN LIKES
Mr. Pedro Martinez of Manila, P.
I., it nephew of Mr. Pcodoro II.
Vungeo, the Filipino mlltlonalte ci
gar manufacturer, arrived here Fri
day on the Nippon M,nru and Is a
guest at tho Young.
Mr. Martinez has been for tome
time traveling through Japan and
China. He expicsM-s himself as
being delighted with Honolulu, but
can only remain for ten days, as lie
Is booked for San Francisco on the
S. 3. Siberia on the 25th.
From San Francisco Mr. Marti
nez will piocecd direct to New York.
where ho will spend n year In
study. From there ho will make
his way buck to his homo In Manila
by way of F.urope, stopping In all of
tho large European cities.
Mr. Yttngeo left Hongkong on
the same date as Mr. Martinez,
bound for Kurope, where ho expects
to remain until ho Is Joined by Ills
TWO COMMISSIONS FOK
Governor Frear made two ap
pointments Saturday, both of the
batuo man, Augustus Knudsen. Ho
appointed Mr. Knudsen a delegate
to represent Hawaii at the Scu'ti
tccnth National Irrigation Congress
to ho held at Spokane in August,
nud ttlbo n delegate to the. First Con
gress of Good Hu.nl llulldcrs, which
will bo held In Scnltle In June. Mr.
Knudsen Is now In Seattle, looking
nftor Hawull'b exhibit at the A Y
W1LL LEAVE COUNTRY
Attorney Clem Qulim presented to
tho (iovcrnor an application for tho
pardon of Mury Vliuent, who on
April 2$ was sentenced to six
months In Jail and to pay a line
of $1 for violation of Section 31J."
of tho Ilovlscd Laws.
The petition sets forth that tho
woman's husband deserted her two
H'uih ago, and all the rest of her
family has removed to California.'
wheie they went to rejoin them.
She piomlscs thai II she Is giauicd
ii'panloii she will go avvav hum I
Hawaii and never tttut'ti, I
jgy'Tor Pent" cartfs on tale at
the Bulletin office.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Two hundred sheets of good school
paper for five cents at the Bulle
Listen net Sullivan's Hack. 290
I. M. Ilaldulu, County Tieasiti.t of
Maul, Is In town.
The Hoard of Suicnlors meets to- J
Motion nfli'iiiiHin nt 4 o'clock.
Mall Is due from the Coast on Wed
tit ?dn morning on the Tenyo Mum.
Iloyal Annex for oysters, crabs, ,
frogs' legs, and lobsters. Sec sign.'
Delegate Ktthlo Is slowly Improving
tifler an attack of throat and Inns
John It Ilergstrom, plnnovtuner
and repairer. Address P. O. bo 40.
Inter Iklaml and O. It. & I., shipping
books foi nolo at the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
ofllce, 10 each.
Mrs. Wm. Auld wns among the ar
rivals from Molokal in the Mlknhula
Wm Mutch, the contrnctot, ranio
icr fiotu Molokal jesterdny. Uo ar
tlu'd In the Mlknhala.
AmtitiK thu passeiigcrK who arrived
In the Ml'tahala yesterday were Mr
and Mrs W. O. Mjith.
Vice Admiral Drill and family weio
dined Ktlday night at the Mochlzttkl
club In Consul General l'elio.
Anything new In tho spotting line?
Au thing good In tho liquor Hue? You
can And 11 at "The Two Jacks "
A. M. I!o)lc of Honokan came In m
tho Mnuna Ken Saturday and intends
staying In town for a few days
The Kaulkenotill Society attended
tho special services held Sunday morn
lug in thu Keklpl Chinch at Kotthi
Dr. J. II. Itajmoii,: or Walluku
Maul, was a passenger in the Mntinn
Ken. He will lesldu heie permnnunll)
Carpets, rugs uttd mattresses thor
oughly cleaned by Aero process.
Prices low, at- 1187 Alakca street.
Hon. II. I., Holsteln, Speaker of (In
House of Representatives, was among
tho arrivals Saturday in the steamer
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1 -1
e t i n office.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
J. W. Harwell, Insurance agent of
tho Henry Waterhonso Trust Com.
pnny, returned from a business trip on
tho steamer Mauna Kea,
Mango Chutney as manufactured by
Mrs. Reams is an appetizer. Pure nud
delicious and unsurpassed by any nth
er chutney in the world.
J. Kahookele. former County Kngl
neer of Maul, rama down rilituiday on
business. He wilt remain here for a
considerable length of time.
Sailor Morch, tho pugilist, was treat
ed to a suspended sentence of thirteen
months at thu Police Court Saturday.
He Is ulleged to bu n nuisance.
The Hawaii Promotion Committee. '
through Secretary 11. P. Wood, has
invited John IlurroiiKhs, tho tuitions i
naturalist, to visit tho volcano of Kl
lattcu as the guest of the committee i
Tho following cases wero taken up
before tho Supremo Com I today for
healing: Ikeky I- K. Kalaulakee vs.
Henry Wharton et nl; I., I.. McCand
less vs. T. F. Lansing et nl, and Will
ulna Agricultural Co. vs. Oahp Itullvvay
& Land Co, The McCaudless-lJiuslug '
cuso Is up on reserved question as well
us on a bill of exceptions. I
A )ouug follow named Sam Smith
was held for Investigation at thu Pu
llco Station. It appears that the youth'.)
mother asked tho isillce to hold her I
sou as nu nan iukcii sotiio mouuy null
belonged to his etnplojer. His mother
hail refunded tlio amount but on the
boy tuklng somo cash from Ills moth
ir nml spending It, she decided to
hand him over to the police. A chnign
of larceny wns laid against him and
he appeared beforu .Indue Audrnde but
thu case was ordered stricken fium th
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Siatltiilll TaRw? I tlie hardest usage
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Drf4li $!&-- t16 not iu$t the
laWM A ' Wehavethem
Lximg J Toery
Your pictures will be from 50 to 75 per cent better
(unless jon are an experienced photoiapher), if you
have an ANASTIGMATIC LENS fitted to your Camera or
This enables you to take good pictures under poor light
conditions, and is absolutely free from all optical defects.
It can be fitted to any Kodak or Camera, and there is no
additional expense in operating it.
Call and let us show you its advantages, whether you
intend to buy one or not; we shall be very pleased to
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." ..Fort St., near Hotel.
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Imported Havana Cigars!
Romeo & Julieta; Upmanns, La Escepcions; Partagas; Castanedas; Belin
das; Punch; F. Garcia; El Bey del Mundo.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
169 KINO ST.
(By thc sack or ton.)
Fort St., 0pp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 230.
Tiulletin Editorial Room Phone IBS
IF it rnmoc frnm
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brand new .
Monday, May 17th
Our Coal is the finest you can get
in Honolulu. Phone your order.
' and Draying Co.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R.iWm, WARHAM, Prop.
Qtf'For Rent" cards on sale at
'he Bulletin office.
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