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KVfcNIVO HULI.KTIN. HONOLULU. T. II., WRUXMDW, MAY II, l'lftl
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
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
WHAT THEY DID
TO JACK DALCH
in mi mm
HONOLULU STOCK HCHME
HONOLULU, May 19909
IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING A
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.
Rwa riantatlon Co ....
Hwl anAinloOi.. .
Maw Com Sag-Co .
Hawaiian Au sir Co,,,,
Honoma .tijrar Co ....
Honokaa lurar Co.
Hatchlion Sutir Fit it.
Ktl uku fUw(t.o.i I "
Ktkaria S- to- ,. ..
Klhulu Sugar C I .,
Kntoa Suirar Co ......
M Rryi1Suicar Co....
O baSiKtr Co ,.
O kolarn.ar Plant Co
Ola ,uar Co U1 ....
TaaliAu Sugar Pttnt Co
Pacific Sagar MID
Pala Plantation Co ....
Ppf kfo Sat ar Co....
Vvalmta Surar Milt Co
InUr-Uland Steam N Co
Hon R T St L Co Com
Mutual T.lrphone Co
Nahiku Rubber Cn.
Natilku Rubber Co h,
Oahu R. I. Co
Hmi B AMCo'......,.
HawalWn P w apple Co.
Maw Trr tpc ..
Haw Tel WK
Haw Tcr ill be. ...
Iiaw icr 1
l.too a v
"aw bovt a D
Ham I I eh Co ,
Haw Irrlg. Co , fA, ...
Haw Rurqr Ca & , r.,..
Hllo" RCo Coil t pc
Honikaa Suali co flic
Hon It T ft LCon c
nrniwii n I f ?.,
O.hu R Co 6 c .
Oahu tinar Cu pc ,
Ola u,ar Co 6 u c
I'.c Su Mill Co. (a
Pala flantatlo.1 Co ...
Pioneer M III Cn A 1. 1 .
Walalua Kxf Co 1 1. c
His Romance Tinged
With Ownership Of
Oar Coal is the finest you can get
in Honolulu. Phone your order.
(By the sack or ton.)
f Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
and Draying Co.
On and after May 13th we will furnish electrio current
24 hours a day. This iwll enable jou to take advantage
of some of the electrio
Labor Saving Devices
Sewing Machine Motors,
Sweeping Machines, Flat Irons, etc.
and to use and enioy
Electric Cooking Utensils
Coffee Percolators, Chafing Dishes,
Water Heaters, Toasters,
Fryers, Baking Ovens '
Our salesmen will be glad to show you any of these and
to demonstrate their pood points.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
Yon have had the expcri
LKJ- liavv ence of moving a
desk and finding hills of dust and
colonies of cockroaches underneath,
Not particularly good for your health.
Our new sanitary desks don't hug
the floor. They are as convenient 'and
hold as much as the ordinary desk.
Come and see them.
H. HACKFELD & CQ.,
Limited - Office Furniture Dept.
Sales Dctwccn Boards: 00 Pioneer,
$1B5; !i Pioneer, $105; 100 Kwa, S28 25:
10 Kwa, SJS23: 10 i:,a, I28.2C, 1G O.
It. A I.. Co, $120 RO: 90 lttw. C. s. s.
Co, $10; SO Cnn. $28.50; $300 Wo.lv
lua lis. $100; 100 Osliu Sub. Co . J31.J0;
10 Oahu Sun Co. $31.50; G Oahu Hujr.
Co. $31.50; 13 How. C. At 3. Co. S30:
12 Pala, $220. Seloii: lc Pioneer,
$1G5; r. Oahu Sim. On, $31.50.
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents, or
nto per ton.' ".C l'- " .
Sur,- 3.95 cents
Beets; 10s 6 3-4d
Henry Waternouss Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu RtocK id Bone1
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
MAXIM MEN ARE
HEADED FOR CHINA
Gun Demonstration May
Be Given In This
Joseph Keegan, representing the
Maxim Silent l'lro Arms Company
mid the United Wlrolesa Company,
who arrived this morning from the
States, Is on hU wny to China to
San Kronclsro, Mny 13. To thn u
iimilm wlilch It haa l'fin ttrnrlng In
Riicli rapid riiirtreARlon diirlnx tln r-.H-nt
months tireless teleKrapliy addp (
a new conquest yrnterdaj. lly Its
means courtship was carried to a sue-,
cessfui" Issue, and In the marriage lu
this ilty of two persons of more Hum
oidlnary promlncnco the superiority of
lovcmaklns via wireless over the slow
er and more conventional medium of
tho malls was clearly established.
The principals In this latest drama
of loyo and adventure are John A
Unlch. manager of the Wlrelets Tele
graph Company at Honolulu, and AIIhh
Helen Skelly of Unite. Mont. I loth
have a history and nro a pin of hut
Hatch Is a fon of Dan V tlalch,
who was connected with the f.imlms
Consolidated Virginia mine and tan
one of the first nssaers of note of
this city. Miss Skelly has heen noted
is being not only prominent In society
In Unite, but also as being one of tho
most accomplished pianists lu Mon
tana. Her ability caused her to bn In
demand at social functions and ama
teur theatricals and her popularity
Miss Skelly. also was once ensagca
to former United States Senator l.te
Mantle, and In that conies thn Inter
est In ,thd triumph, of eoiirtshlp b)
wireless. For a long period of yean-
the woolnir of Miss Skelly by the ex
Senator wen; on and, although :to It
mat announcement, or tneir engage
ment Is known to havo been made.
that they were to be married was con,
inon gossip among nil who knew them.
At all tho leading social functions In
the Montana city Senator Mantle am!
Miss Skelly appeared together, and
the latter was oen sent In Mantle to
Btudy music In an Rastcrn consen ti
lery Mlsit Hkelly previous!) hail been
a protege of Marcus Dally, the fanitv,
copper king of Montana. She receheu
part of her education at Notre Damn
University nt San Jose.
While Mlsa Skell) was still engaged
to Mantle, as ever) body understood,
and as Miss Skelly practically admit
ted, she visited Honolulu. There shq
met Batch, who oHed'n large plan
tatlon, as well as managed .he wire
less telegraph crirapsny, Frotu wjial
onowtu u appearttto uavo been u,
cai-0 01 tove ai nrsi signt, ana from
tile time or the first Introduction 01
the two at thojionie, ofJWaior.jaMir.
William Ptinly. the courtship wan pat
ent to all ljservem,ijlt was at this
time, by the way.tthat-Congressman
Nicholas Longworth and his bride, avIio
was Miss Allen Koosevelt, were visit
ing Honolulu uihI Miss Sltelly.was Mrs'.
I.ongwortli'n constant companion.
When Miss Skelly returned to this
country Ualch kept up'a running court
ship bjr wireless nlcsstges to her, an I
these, "as results proved, were mora
convincing that the letters that camo
from the foimor "Jlnntani Senator.
Miss Skelly then-made a second vllt
to Honolulu, nnd thin the engagement
with Balch wos made and the one with
Mnntlo broken of.
On Tuesday the stejmshlp Alaini.il i
arrhed from llonuliilu, and on IkiuhI
was John A, llalch MIhh Bkclly wux
here to meet him, and jcstertluy they
wore married in old 8t. Mao's church
Tather Wyman iierformlng the cere
mony. W. 11. Ilnuntrcp acted as best
man and Miss Grace Uartnn of Ala
meda was bridesmaid. Tho couple will
take a short hone) moon and will then
lcae for Honolulu.
AUTO LIST :
The Hill Ir tin will publish
tomorrow tin edition of particular
Interest to automobile owners)
present and prospectlte. A spec
lal feature will be afompleto list'
of automobile owners' the num-
her nnd make of their machine,
corrected up to dite. This I, the
f only accurate list iowr In exist
ence. eien the pollen records of
machine owners being found nut
i of date.
LOCAL AND IENERAI
Two hundred sheets of good school
paper for five cents at the B u 1 1 e
Listen Ret Sullivan's Rack. 200.
V. W. niiler lefr for the iniilliland
on the Hitontan yesterda).
Dr. Murra) arrived from Hawaii on
tho Mnuna l.oa )cUerday morning.
Iloyal Annex for Oysters, crabt,
frogs' JCg, and lobsters. Sen Blgn.
Torn Ollrlen was dn arriving pas
senger on the steamer Manna l-ria )es-
Major whetler wis a pisseaser on
the- steamer Manila Km lor Hawaii
John K. Hergstrom, piano tuner
and repairer. Address 1. O. box 40.
Inter-leland nnd O. IL & L. shipping
Looks for salo at the Bulletin
of0.ee. EG each. .
Judge Stanley arrived hern from Ha
waii on tho steamer Mnuna Lot )es
Anything new In the sporting liner
Anything good In the liquor line? Yon
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
C. A. J. Olnaca of the Honolulu
Pineapple Company left on the Ililon
Ian for the mainland H'stcrdtty.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1 -1
e t i n office.
Word haB been received here that
Captain Ooodntnn, formerly In com
mand or the Emily V Whitney, now
laid up In San Francisco harbor. Is
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at its cooling
and preservalho properties California
fVed Co, agents.
Captain Tullelt has succeeded Cur
tain Pedersou as master of the Inter
If land steamer Mlkahala. of which ho
was In command before ho weqt away
William C. l.)ou. lco iirtsltlint ot
tho llrowu & Lyon-Co , Ltd , will leave
on thoTenjo Maru for a business trip
of several mouths to 'Japan, China an I
tho Philippines. -'-" '
During the sixteen daj s (ended May
1G thtre were eight deaths in ilono
lulu from contagious. 'diseases. Six of
these were canted by tuberculosis, One
from spinal meningitis and one from
Miss Margaret C Clarke on' "
Frederic T. P. Wuterhouse will pre
font the melodrama of Enoch Arde;i
next Tuebday ovenlng, at tho resi
dence of Mrs. Ji
The otlginal safo Installed by C. 11
Hlshnp & Co. Is reposing In the ware
rooms of tho Honolulu Scrap Iron
Company. Thn safe Was taken out ol
the Orlnbaum building when rcnowi
tlou work wus commenced.
Tho yacht Hawaii will he brought
up from 1'iarl nuriur on hjuiiiiu,
noxt lu onler lo lie measured b fir.
Sorenson, so as to work out tho rtthi '
yam nam mill I, II i ii man
lii il'i Ji-w 1
Clothes that will
LAST give the best
kind of wear under
the hardest usage.
Clothes that will
LOOK WELL ALL the
time not just the
We have them
Gentlemen's Shirts, Eg,
CO cent shirts reduced to 25 cents.
CO cent shirts reduced to 30 cents.
80 cent shirts reduced to 50 cents.
$1.25 shirts reduced to 75 cents.
I.. AtlOy, Nimaiiu, below Hotel
"Your pictures will be from 50 to 75 per cent better
(unless you ere an experienced photographer), if you
have an ANASTIGMATIC LENS fitted to your Camera or
This enables you to take Rood pictures under poor light
conditions, and is absolutely fre: from all optical defects.
It can be fitted to any Kodak or Camera, and there is no
additional exnense in operating it.
Call and let us sho-v 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.
Nature provides more effective rem
edies iu the roots and herbs of the
field than were eer produced from
Thirty )cars ago. Ldla U. Pink
ham or Lynn, Mass, discovered and
gae to the women of the world n rum.
edy made from rootB and herbs, which
establish wireless stations and to In- j has proved more, efficacious In curing
troduce the latest guns UBed by the women's dlseaBejt than any other med-
powers of the world. He Is going
at tho Instance of the Chinese gov
ernment. He Is accompanied by
Mrs, Keegan. In company with him
Is II. J, Rosencrantz, who also is as
sociated with the above companies.
During their short stay, await
In the arrival ot the Korea, on
which they will proceed to Japan
icino tho world has ever known, ami
today Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound Is looked upon everywhere
as Iho standard remedy for woman's
AT THE 0RPHEUM TONIGHT.
King Laughter will hold away In
'A Hoyol Hecentlon."' or "turni-
and China Keegan and Rosencrantz i The KHeford Company will present
Imported Havana Cigars!
oluTZVJiu fhe race'tm SundaT '", Romeo & Julieta; Upmanns. La Esceocions; Partagas; Castanedas; Belin-
Don Robert, n Spanish gentleman.
paid his tespicts to Jtidgo Andrude
this morning; he also pain a nttin nt
count of $5 which the Judge dtcldedj
WOUia UUOUl UUIUIlf-U lip JJI ItrilKllllul
Jag, the effects of which wero still vib
llile this forenoon.
Purser Goodrich of tho Ttnyo Maru
stated this morning that F. 11. Cavalry,
a member of the crew of tho Ten)o
Maru, will be transferred to the Nip
pon Maru, as freight ilerk, succeed
Ing F. C. Malonoy. Malonoy will Im
given a promotion, going In the main
offlco at San Francisco. Cavalry re
mained at San Francisco, awaiting the
anlval of the Nippon Maru.
das; Punch; E. Garcia; El Rey del Mundo.
169 KINO ST.
LEWIS &; CO., LTD.
'The Finest Bathinu on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Dav and Night We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
tonignt the laughahl coniedy, "A
Royal ReceptloVVoi1 "Incog." Tills
play has scored a .tremendous hit
throughout the chief cities on the
mainland and tlerlured by tho press
to be oae of the wittiest and brlcht-
Kakaao shooting range will ! est comedies that lnlye been given
for public demonstration. tho stage. There will be specialties
by Miss Luce, the Osborns undlltay
will probably glvo public demons
stration of tho noiseless guns, which
nro being used by several govern
ments. Should satisfactory arrange
ment be made between them and the
local military authority, It Is likely
Before loaving San Francisco they
gave n public demonstration before
the military organizations there.
Aside from the fire arms, they
will, while here, stud) the local
Bulletin Business Office Phone 252.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 188
For Im&ats aid Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always BuigM
If you want the best
OLD K0NA COFFEE ,
Get it 'at
HENRY-MAY & CO., LTD,
They save the Bills. 8old'uy
Union Electrio Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets.
L3f ufl vliVS
Mr ff l mm
it co.Ti!s from Jordan's its
Monday, May 17th
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