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ri'PViVfj llt'l.l.KTIV HnNOMTftJ. T. II , WKDNKSDW. MAY 2fi. liml
V..tirTfr.-JrnpV TtgMffgMfr. ,..,-..., .,
A Shoe to be a bar
pain must possess
quality. It must have
leather and workman
shin put into it that
will make it worth the
)i ice j on pay for it,
Packard Shors have
quality; they arc made
of the best leather by
the best workmen.
Every shoe is made to
give thorough satis
faction. Every shoe
is a bargain at our
Men's Shoes. $3.60,
S4.00, $4.60, $5.00.
Stock nd Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
Two hundred sheets of good school
paper for five cents ut the Bulle
listen pet Sullivan's Kc"k 200.
llnvnl Annpx for tivsler. emits.
P, 0. BOX 528. 1 frmr.. ipe, nncl lobsters. Sec sIku.
- John II. llcrgstrom, piano tuner
iionolulu srucx mum 't- Addrcas v ,," t
rorpctii, rugs ninl iiintlrec. tlmr
oiighly cleaned by Aem proceFs
Prices low, nt 1187 Alakea strct
The Industrial Edition of the
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(i i.i Hh ifiVeninir ii u 1 1 c u u , wruoueu
ready for mailing, ou cents at a u I
10OU)LO. May 20. 1909
, if MTM
M. MclNERNY SHOE CO.
AS TENDER AS A Y0UNQ CHICKEN, READY FOR DE
IIVERY. SOUTHDOWN MUTTON, TENDER AND
JUICY,. AND BEEF FIT FOR A KINO, TODAY AT
W. F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.
Bui n Coal?
Order a trial lot.
ly fine stove coal,
from a sack up.
Ours is special
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.
Fort St.. Opp. W. O. Irwin & Co., ltd.
Will perform much hard domestic labor at small cost.
We furnish the current ready to be turned on any hour
of the day or night.
A SEWING MACHINE
Does all the fatiguing part of sewing. Fits any machine.
Anybody can operate it.
AN ELECTRIC IRON
Makes ironing pleasant work. Saves steps, time and
l Sujta, rUKpc
Hrrwer A Co ....
-twa plantation Co .
tltwal an AcrlcCn ,
Haw Com a Sm Cn .
MntHimn Hiiitat Co .
Ilotmkaa Siikaf Co
!lllkuiivrCA . .
Hutrhlaon Sugar Plant
kckfctia Slig- o .....
iCi almic Suitar lu.
KoIoh Surar Co ... .
Ollm J fa Cn.
OiM'n.r Rl at Co ...
( Lola ng r llanl Co
OlaaSuiar ,'u I .Id ....
PanliAii UKKr PIkiiI Co
Pri"liro SuKar Co.,..
Wila'uaAKilf Co ....
Vf iniku Snt-a. Co ....
vvaimea -uear mm to
tnttr-Wani Steam N Co
Hawaiian Klrclllc Co.
Hon H T L Co Pfel
Hon R1 & I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Valnku Ruliner Co.A
Oahu K ft I. C
Illlo R R Co ,
'lonHftMCo. . ..
Hawaiian PI Hratiple Co.
il let ii elKiteCH
Haw Tei 1 pc
Haw Tei tS PC
.law Tet 4H i f...
Ha'v Ter i ic
law llovt iir
UikilttKir Co ft pi
lam I 1 cli I'o ,
IflW' IiiIk- o, fa, M
i w Loin ,x ijft v.w j i
Haw Siieal Co p c
Illlo" KCo Om 6 nr
ltu K l
jhu K ft Co 6 i
lilm Hnifai Co s PC
.laa Suicar 1.0 6 i c
I'ai Suit. Mill Co. (
Pula I'Uiilallo.i Cu
"iuiKtt Mill Co ft pc
Waiaiua gnr lo i
Snlcn Uctuecn Donnls; 100 Haw
C. & 8 Co.. M0; 50 Haw. C. & 8. Co..
sin; $ir.on oiaa fm, inn.r.ft; i.i piohpoi.
tWi. SpxpIhii: 10 Mcllryilf. U.
Latest sugar quotation 3.02 cents or
$78.40 per ton.
Coat your Iron roofH ltli "Aralilc,"
Ynu will bo surprised at Its cooling
ninl prcservalUo propiTtlvs Callfoniln
Fcwt Co.. agents.
Suar, 3.92 cents
Beets, ICs 8 l-4d
ienry Waternousa Trust Co..
Members Honolulu Stock d F,onc
PORT AND MEhCHANT 8T3.
Cznrnlkuw, MucIoiikiiII a. Co rt'poil
on tlic siiRar ninrkcl iimlfi lau of
May T us follows:
Our latu report was ilntml .".mil Apt 11.
. After the sales maile ut the clone of
Inst week nt 2 17-3:'c. c. f Pauls ill!, for
Cubns, afloat, the im'rket liecuu.o
neiiker, owing to the iircumtilnttim ol
olTers of timars In the same position,
ninl buyers ilecllncil to operate nt over
2V4i. c f. Itutlicr thnn ncceiit llils
price, tlie owners of two cargoes of
Uuhas, which arrived uimolil. onlere-l
lliem Into store, but sohxttmenth. i;
twns accepted for other nearby sugar
The reason for this receding course of
the market is ngalu found In the Cub
an statistics for the week, which show
iccelpts of 41,000 tons nt the ilx prln
clpal ports, or 8(100 tons more th.ui dur
ing Ihe previous week. This lucionsu
Is due to I ho more favorable weathei
for grinding, which enabled pi.mters
to gain morn headway nt llielr frr
torles nnd thereby niiiku up for mimic
of the lime lost during III" r.iluj pi'i
lod which set 111 temporarily allot the
The lu.ii ket closes firm, villi an up
wurd tendency, there being no offers
of Culms .it lqss than - H-Ulc e f. for
May, nnd 2 lil 32c, c. f.. lusls Ull, for
Frpm Porto lllco advices me thai
the crop Is hearing Its end. Suveuil
plantntious lune ulroudy -closed down
for Ihe season, nnd more are expected
to finish within Iho next few days. It
Is estimated that about 70 per cent of
the crop has been sold tu date. Ue
celpts from that source ut the AIIjiIUi
Ports and New Orleans up to May b'tli
aggregate 123.00U tons, nnd taking as
a basis the estimated crop of 2I0OO.I
tons, there would tu; H2 0UH tons still
tu come forward, from which mint b
deducted the local ipusumptlon.
Kuropeuii beet muikets haw lieim
quiet throughout Ihu week, but ut llu
close lire steady ut u sllglitl) lilglx i
The newest pat.ems that will he
worn in New York this summer.
Made of materials that will wear
tie laundry will tell the story.
Our first shipment of E and W negli
gee shirts now ready they're beauties.
Kinii, near Fort
Taken Into Custody On
Complaint Of Two
An eldeily man named Pat Walsh
has been nicilsiil of 11 vet) serious (
crime In lonnectloii with two glri I
of lender age Chief l,ul got wind
of the matter, and on Inv istlK.illoii
round that Ihe mutter was even
more serloui than he had ut lrst
kinitmmwl Tin. Iwn ulrlt. ntu. iicimI
I thirteen nml the other sixteen, were
brought to the station, and on be
lug iiiiotlomd revealed .1 tenlble
tnle of man's dcpr.ivlt) '
The ucdibi'd Is aliened by Iho
girls to hae nrcomplished his de
sires nt the point of a icvolwr, und
the girls are said to hac lived In
lionstunt diead of the man
A wnri.iiit was sworn out thU
morning, und it t J o'clock this after
noon the detectives weie tut. looMng
for Ihe man
VISITS GIRLS .SCHOOL
Gentlemen's Shirts, SSStas
CO cent shirts rcdu:cil to 5 cents.
GO cent shirts rcdu ej to SO cents.
SO cent shirts rcilu:cil to SO cent.
$1.35 shirts rcducej to 75 cents
JL. Ahoy, Nuuauu, bolow Hotel
NEW - TO-DAY
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers In Piobate. In the
mutter of the estate of John M. Ken,
deceased. Order of Notice of Heal
ing Petition for Administration. On
reading and llllng the petition of
Lllluoe Ken of Honolulu, Oahu, al
leging that John M. Kca of said
Honolulu, died Intestate nt Honolu
lu on the 12th day of March, A. I'.
1U09, leaving property In the Terri
tory of Hawaii necessary to be ad
ministered upon, and praying that
letters of administration Issuo to
William O. Smith. It Is ordered
thut Monday, the 2Sth day of June,
A. U. 1909, nt 10 o'clock n. m bo
level. Toduy's f. o. b quotations nre
MB), 10s. 414! i June Ills. r. .!.. Aug
list, 10s. 0iil. Next crop. October
December, Us, 10'4d.; Junuur Murch
9s. ll?',il. "
Willi regard to euwlii'H In Kutuju I
ittf niluln.111 ,.,il,,l ... i, all,, I.. I ... .... '
nlthougli there will, perhaps, lie 11 re
duction of 1') per cent In Dohciulu, ow
ing to dltncultlcs eEtlug nt pieseut
between ngrlculturlsts und Ihe fuc
toties, but this will be fully counter
balanced by Increases In Hungary and
t The receipts fnr the week at the
thnc Atlantic ports were 49,010 tons,
1 The receipts of foreign sugais at Now
Orleans were SiMiOO bugs Cubns und
41,000 bagsVorto Ulcus.
Refined, Conditions In the leflued
sugar unmet uiu piuctlcily 1111
changed fiom thorn prevailing Inst
week. The tone continues liulct and
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
DRAPERIES ELECTRICAL GOODS
Union Elootrio Co.,
an, heeby Is appointed for hearlnB prIccs nro heldo, , I asu'of V e
said petit 0.1 In , the Court Room of Mg , ,nt for Branl,tatwli
his Court ut Honolulu, ut which Cuba.0ur .,, cnulo of ,,, rp.
...IC ...... I..ULC- .. .e.... .,...--,,.,,, ,,ft Kgtal ,,.. gh, ,.,,
td may appear and show cause. If , ttt,8Urn Keclol , ,0 ,B,a,
any they have, why said petition iu-celpts for tho week ut the thrto
should not be granted, and that no- AtlnntC ,K)rtBp 4fllili; ()1H Mt,lllllKS
.lie u. 11..0 uruer 01. 1.11 uu. puui.siiei. 5(1 000 toils
onte a week for three successive ,
weeks In the Evening II u 1 I p - R V A I I T H O D f T V
tin newspaper published In eald I LI .rt '-, " ' J.lL
Honolulu. Dated nt Honolulu, May
ISgd.) W. J. ROIIINSON,
Third Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Klrst Cir
cuit. Attest: '
(Slgd.) I.. P. SCOTT.
1321 May 2C; Juno 2. 9, 10.
TUT" Tir T in 4 TTT V TtJTHfHrPTl
2-sX That women so delight in can
d n n i- o ALL HAND WORK.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY,
Sea Wrens, $LOO
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. Look 18-foot Motor Launch with 4.0je
it .in DO IT NOW Motor $175' Complete.
ARRIS0H MUTUAL ASSOCIATION '"E C"A;LMEASASfsD0A1
w. no.rri -,.! c AND MACHlNb WORKS
iiva. ut 1 a iw ! wii. it:..- c C....41. c
II'V n phi'"' --" mi'll'i "
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Appropriation for the payment of
KIRK UNGINK IIOILER AND
UK IT RKSOI.VKD by the Hoard
of Supervisor of the City und Coun
ty of Honolulu that there Is heiehy
appropriated fiom die (lenuiul
I'unds of the Cit and County of
Honolulu for the pajmeiit of 1 l-'liu
John Kileliu. who Ij ..upposed to
I e Insane, 1 rented quite n lot of e(-
Ulcmcnt up ut the Kumehumeliii
Sihool for (ilrls thTs morning It
nppeiirs that Kiichu diopprd Into
the sihiol gi 1 mills, and, making
his way lo the re.eptlou room, pro
teeilul to give an Impromptu con
ceit The music attracted one of
the pilnilpuls, vvhu, on going to see
who the sweet-toned singer was, got
ii (011II11I invitation to inuke hcrtelf
i.t home The startled leather at
onie fled fioiu the s'ene und sent fur
a pollie ofllcei, who promptly 111
lived on the spot Otllcer Parish In
vited Kueliii lo itinie for a stioll,
nnd Ihe supposed lilnutle ugreid
with 11 smile All went well until
the pair were some distant e down
King street, where Parish stopped to
1 lug up the station No sooner hud
the olllter Insetted his key In the
box than the Hawaiian bolted down
the stieet toward n lice patch.
Parish went hot-foot lifter his
pilnouer and soon hud him In cus
toil) once more. On the way down
I lo the station Kiiihu lenrarkcd Hint
within 11 louple of months hu would
he the King of the Hawaiian Islands.
He reemcil nultc happy as he was
sent down tu the tells, vvheie he will
lem.iln till examlmd b Dr. Hitler
Real Picture Frames
Broken lots and a few formerly used as samples will
he sold at half prices to rlecr them out.
Thcs: arc all 1iand:o:r.c frames, in silver nnd gilt, and
they ars really biu ba renins.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
High Class Wines and Liquors
Castle Invalid Port, llontilla Sherry. Strathmill Scotch
Whiskey, Spcy Royal Scotch Whiskey, Castle Old Tom (liu,
Oilbcy's Drv Gin, Cas lc Grand Rum.
Superior and pure u-ds for the fara.ly table. ,
LEWIS & CO,, LTD.
169 King. Street.
Telephone 210. m
BLUFFS WEAK WOMAN
The -stock Pool; of the. Pioneer "Klne llullir and I'ttlngs. the. sum
will he closed to"" B0VC'i huiuliew mi) (jTaU.mn
Mill Co,, Ltd.,
transfers from Muy 27t!i to Juno
1st, 1909, both dates Inclusive.
ISgd.) OKO. ROD1KK.
Acting Treasurer Pioneer
Mill Co, Mil.
185 editorial roomi 2E0 buil., Itlunk books of ull Borts, ledgers
nets office. Theuo are the telephone! ttc, manufactured by the Uullotln
numbsrs of the Bulletin office. I Publishing Company.
Mr. J J. llyrue Is uiithoilzed to
itilltct outHluiidlng bills ,'ur the Mel
lupolitaii Mutt Co, Md.
I.IIUUT W T. HOTTOMLKY.
1 l I
dollars to bu thai get! agulnst the
Maliitonance of l'lie Stations and
SUPKRVISOR WM. A. KANK.
Dated May 12, 1909.
JOSKPII J. I'KIIN.
Major, City and County
of iloui lulu
V:21--.Mii' 20 .'T. 2S. 29. Julie 1,
2, U, 1, r.. 7.
n. f... n-,. TnT,l.' A SMITH At Pacific tlrovo, Ciillfornla,
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and. M 0,1x1903 Mrs pa Hmitb
Contractor. Phone 1503. H20 ' ",y.. -0!.V.' '" l':.A ",U"1
uiolher of fleorge W,- Siullli"
1 AiiKui I..111 Kim bus hinught suit
ftu tllvoiie from I..111 Kim tin tln
groiiiul of extietue tiuelt Ami 111
1 Identiill.v she bilii't a ehmge
against 11 Chinese policeman of the
lust uilminlht.allon, vvhu, however,
Is not intuit ioued h liamn '
MrH. I.au Kim s.ivh In her libel
that soon after hui man luge hei
husband hei'iiu Iti beat her, and his
1 t rent me lit of hei was so 1 1 lit I that
the dually had to leive home und
i;o lo her mother
Hut the hiisliund tame uflei her
with 11 Chinese policeman, und, 111
itilillng lo hei si or, the piiliiemuii
llluentenad that if she did mil go
b.u'lv with I.au Kim, be would .11
lest her und i.iI.b hei 10 Jill
rrlghtetied ut till thieal, she tlld
j us she vvus told
I Hut the man again began lo beut
hei, ami onte mine hr weal home
.to her mother Again Ihe Chinese
tirade. huillieiiinu was bitiuglit aioiiiid, uml
j The lute ugiilnst Uavltl NoahMwho I iikuIii he filghleijed hei Into renin.-
I Ii ihniged with forging punch ' lug to hi 1 liusbund Hill she suvi
.murks 011 his plantation time tick- shit can stand It 110 lunger, nnd she
V. w,ib iiititlntieil till Maj 29. vviint.i tho 10111I lo free hei fiom
l.ung With Slug. Alt Sal. and tin annus ante if having 11 hushmiil
Will Iloun, illlifci'd vvl '1 se'lllig iMOuiid l'i I tei e who I11M.1 liur
ualil'ii wllhtul 1 I' r,i'e 111; 1P1 hud I '" "
theli eases i.m'li ued H I Jmu I , '" RKCmVU PUKIIY'S
. !mt ND-ON Tiihlo, Maj Hr
THi: CWA1 IW-VLSTU .IAN llu- -'"''t '" ,,;"). gmiidbon tf A;l-
eiMuliuni vvhlCltjUHlvi'diujil the Col lulinl Puny, will he icielved In 1111-
Itinlesm MoudsV. coli'ldiueiijicr trip tin tllenco by Ihe enipeior next Tliurs-
I Vancouver yeetefday iiflernoim. sail' j day. llu will bti presented bj Am-
lug at G o'clock fiom tho lllshnp slip. ' btissador O'llrlcn
, ' A 1 i nw
I Hob .Samoa, tho mini who assault
ed a boy by hitting him with a hot
lie, was scutcmed to Ihlity dajs'
I Imprisonment by Judge Andtad't
I this morning .
Oeorge Kiillllkune, 11 ill 1111U, win
tieuted to a siispeiitled seiiteme of
1 thirteen moiilhs by Judge Andiatb)
I Puu, 11 Hawaiian, who got full
( Iiibt night, was given one month's
ifieo room ami hoird by Judge An-
Novelties in all
LACE CURTAIN CLE.NIIIG TIME!
You will be mors than pl:ajsd with
j our work.
! FRENCH LAUNDRY.
258 Berctania St. Phone 1491"
MM., -" ML'.