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lEVUN'TJM. nUl.LETrN, HONOLULU, T. It, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1900.
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We can Supply
In the Shoe Line. Ask
to see our
A Splendid Line
M. MclNERNY SHOE CO.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULD, May 29. 1909
Are rare birds in this part of the world unless they are
bought of us. We are particular in selecting the beef be
cause we select for particular people. Be one of the peo
ple and get something good.
W. F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.
; Rrrwtr ft Co ...
Kwa Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian Atrlr Co .
Ill Com Suit Co ..
Hawaiian Suicar Co. .
Ilonotnu SuRat Co ..
HonoVaa Suitar Co
Haiku tut.r Co .. ..
Mulchlion Sugar Pla-it
Kanuku t'Miiiai.oti i n
Kckaha Sue Co.
Kl.hulu Suat Co . ..
Koloa Surar Co . . ..
Oaha !' Ira Co
unomt si tar uo ....
O tula lug ir Plant Co
Olaa 5uakr Co Ltd ...
Paaltau Sugar Plni Co
Patlfir "Sugar Mill
Pala IManlatlonCo ...
Pcpkn Sugar Co....
Wattuku Surar Co ....
Walmanalo sut-ar Co.
Walmta Sugar Mill Co
Inttr-taland steam N Co
Hon W T ft t. Co rret
Moil RTSt L Co Coin
Vtutual Ttltplioric Co
Nalilku Pbtibcr Co.
r.iu i ........ ....
Datm R ft I. Co
Illlo K K Lo
Hon rift M Co-
Hawaiian Pf trappleCo.
HtwTcr ,v tFli-CI
Haw Trr 4 pc.
Maw Tet K pc
Haw Tcr or
Haw Tr l pc
Ilaw Gov't a pc
Haiku Miliar Co 6 pc
Ham I I cli Co ,
flip" Pitch t
Hiw Irriar- Co. c. ..
.W C(MII.1t &UM .,.
Maw Surar Co ft pc
Hiln P KCo Con 6 pc
ttonikaa Sugai cojftpc
HouKTft t.CuVi r
M-Mry.t. 8 Cn'a
jahu R ' Co I -i c
Oaliu Sugar Co a p c
2Ua Sugar Co 6 PC
I'll. Suit. Mill Co. ta
Pal. Plantation Co ...
rionttr Mill Co 6 pc ,.
Walalua Vgrlr-fn a u
Will perform much hard domestio 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. Pits any machine.
Anybody can operate it.
AN ELECTRIC IRON
Makes ironing pleasant work. Saves steps, time and
Salt's Lletweon lloardii: 50 Kwa
$27.374; CO Kwa, I27.37V4; 50 Hon. H.
& M. Co.. $24; 20ii Haw. C. & 8. Co.,
130; 76 1'lonvur, 2; 10 Ploncor,
J1C2; 5 Monppr, 1102. Session: 20
llnw C. & 8. Co.. $31); 5 Haw. C. & 3.
Co., $29,871,4; 5 Wiiltiliia. $89; 0 Wala
lua, $89; 5 Walnltia, $S9.
Notice No Bi'saloti Monday, May 31.
Memorial obbor unce.
Dividends May 31, 1909: C. Drew,
er & Co., 2 jicr cent; Kwa, 1 per cent,
Walmanalo, 2 ier cent; Haw, Klec
trie, ?, ier cent; Olownlti, 1 per cent;
Hon. B. & M. Co., J per cent; l.-I. S.
n. to., mt cent; Kaliukii, 1 per
cent; Haw. Ab. Co., 1 per cent; Haw.
Pineapple Co., 1 per cent.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
June Brides !
When you start housekeeping be sure to get an
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
LOCil ANDJiLNERAL j
Two hundred sheets of good school
paper for five cents at the B u 1 1 e
t i n office,
Listen get Sullivan's Hack. 290.
Jtoyal Annex for ojsters, crabs,
frogs' Icbs, and lobsters. See sign.'
Cases of fresh Jellies. Jams and chut
ney now leady. Send a case. Mr.
Kearns will seo to It
Central Grammar School are the
winners of the Junior Interscholastlc
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, ou cents at u u i
1 e t i n office. , , ,.
Coat your iron roots witn .rauic.
You will be surprised at Its coollnfi
and preservative properties California I
Feed Co.. agents.
Thomas UtirnlniOiuni ami wife left
for New Zealand Saturday on the Ma
rama. They expect tn he ttway for
four or nvo months
Z. C. Copelund was a dcpartlliB pas
seliRer on the I.urllne Saturd-iy even
InK. He ent to take eharBu of his
father's ranch In Oregon
JudRe l.on of llaniill Is In town.
having collie down Saturday on the
Manna Kea to he present at the ses
bIoii of the Hawaiian Hoard.
Tho eligaBement of Miss ltoslc Al-
ona, teacher at Houoltimal school, ami
K. Uevauschelle, formerly of Honolulu
hut now of Naplll, Maul, is announced.
Kaplolanl Park Is the scene of
some line hall every Sunday, and tho
league, which Is under tho wing of I
John Sylva, Is a very strong organi
zation. Dr. Hand will give a certificate to
ent'h one of the eonlestants In the
June It Marathon who start in the
race. About a doren men v. Ill start
It Is expected.
The annual tneetliiKs of the Woman's
Auxiliary and Oullil, of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, has been postponed until
Monday, J mm 7, when It will meet In
the (lulld hall of the net parish house
at 3 p m.
Until a late hour Sat utility nlRht
the downtown streets were ablaze
with lights. The celebration of the
Holy (ihost In the grounds of the Hu
man Catholic Cathedral attracted no
less than two thousand perMUis.
George l.ycurgus uml family are
hooked for Illlo on the Knterprlse
which leaves San Kranrlsco ou Juiii
27. Mrs. l.ycurgus and children will
remain at the Volrjtio House for the
summer, while Mr I.Kiirgus will conn
to this city to uttend to business af
fairs. The Highlands beat tho Reach
team at Kaplolanl csterday by a
bcore of 0 to 5 after ten Innings. The
feature of the game was excellent
fielding of the Itcach team. They
made no less than three double plajs
and the work of shortstop and seiond
baseman to first and some of tho
long throws from third to first were
In India the ladies wear 'em too.
Our stock is make for men. We have
all sizes. The particular features about them
are the superb cut and needlework and the
In Silks, Madras, Mercerized Materials,
All New Stock
Silva's Toggery, Bi?li?Xt
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents or
$78.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3,92 cents
Beefs, IOsJ Kd
lenry Walernousa Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu BtocK a-id Bond
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8TS.
BIG BUNCH GREETS
When Auditor Illcknell arrived at
his olllco Saturday he found the
hall choked with workmen, anxious
to get their pay warrants, and It
took hi in several minutes to light 111
way to his door. Hut tho warrants
were all ready, und an hour utter
the llrst one was receipted for tho
long line had melted away und the
Auditor gave a sigh of relief. There
were occasional strugglers during
tho day, but the mnss of the paying
was done in record time.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
NAIIAI.K-Mrs. Itoslo K.. daughter
of Capl Slnierson tiled at noou
today ut the family residence In
Palitmit, Funeral arrangements
will be made l.ttei.
Governor Trear Sattmrday reait
liolnted General Davis and G. J
Waller as members of tho Hoard of
Prison Inspectois for Oaliu. Messrs.
Kenning and Keola were reappoint
ed to tho Hoard of Prison Inspectors
of Maul, and H. A. Ilaldwin wus also
appointed u member of that Hoard,
Valuable to all Hawaiian
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Impressive Services Are
Held At Saint
In the present i of a large and rep
resentative gathering, the deilleatlou
kervlce of the T II. Davies Memo,
lal Hull of St. Aiidtews' Cathedral
was held yesterday afternoon by
illsliop Hesterlck. The new build
ing, ewa of the church proper, was
open for Inspection after the service
When the time for dedication ser
vile nrrlved lllshop Hesterlck, pre
tedeil bv the church choir, eiileted
each room of the building und re-
tiled n short prayer or dedication.
Tills ceremony completed, tlcoige
Davies, son of tho lute Theo. II.
Davies, unveiled the memorial tub
let, bearing a Innnze lellef of Mr.
After the unveiling of the tablet.
Illihop Hesterlck pronounced the
bulldlunir dedicated "to the glory of
j God und In memory of 'Iheophllus
Ilefore unveiling the tnlilit. (leoige
D.ivles addressetl the longregittloii
He said that eleven eurs ago last
Krlday there was taken to his rest
him In whose memory the edllltc had
been elected, and that about two
ears ugo the foundation stone of
the building wus laid by Her Ma
jesty Queen l.llluokiilani.
The speaker, continuing, said that
after Ills fathei's death his family
decided to elect some monument It)
his memory It was decided that the
monument should be In the form of a
much-needed parish house, lie then
commented upon those who lime
taken part tn the coustiuetlon of the
building. He spoke or his brothel.
Cllve, K. A. P. Newcoinb, the archi
tect, und W. I.. Kmory. who super
Intended the const r nit Ion of the
lllshop Hesterlck. in accepting the
building, said that he would like to
seo placed 111 tho cathedral tablets
to Hubert C Wyllle, who did so
much tor llnwnll; to lleniy T. I.ee,
General Al instiling. Chus. It. lllshop,
Paul Iscuberg and other piomlneiit
Gentlemen's Shirts, GBa?gs
SO cent shirts ndu:cd to 25 cents.
GO cent shirts reduced to 30 cents.
80 cent shirts reduced to 50 cents,
$1.25 shirts reduced to 75 cents.
L. AllOy, Nuuauu, below Hotel
For Printing Pictures
It's the Ingento Raiid Trintcr. One of the most won
derful little devices ever invented. Made either for ama
teurs or professionals mid makes picture printing simple
Call nnd see it at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
High Class Wines and Liquors
Castle Invalid Port, Montilla Sherry. Strathmill Scotch
Whiskey, Spev Royal Scotch Whiskey, Castle Old Tom Din,
Oilbcv's Drv Gin, Cas lc Grand Rum.
Superior and pure goxls for the family table.
169 King Street.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
A MODERN FABLE.
BRINGS US BUSINESS.
The quality of our stove coal and
our prompt delivery are the means
of bringing us' many new orders,
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
AMllASSADOIt OHANTED KUH
LOUGH Tokjo. May 21. Sir
Claude M. Macdonnld, Ilrltish am
bassador to Japan, has been granted
a furloiiRli and will leave tomorrow
PLAIN or TRIMMED.
5 CENT filOAR,
M. A. Gunst & Co
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Once upon n time a l-'oollsh Mug
dropped li on his 1'rleiid. the Wise
Gil), who lived on the corner of Has)
Street and Prosperity Avenue, Clt.
Ills ltcoin wns a Kvuiosiuiii or Art. It
wus Home. Sued Home without n
Petticoat. Ho K1 $15 ht.
The Wise Guy imllmbeied a llox.
passed a Weed to the r'oollsh Mug.
and applied the Kin-Wot ks.
"I opine," tiiotb the roollsh Mug.
"that )ou are dwelling on tho Sunny
Side or Kariy Stieol for fair; jour
loom, yom biHiks, ouis nuiiisenieiits
aie all to the good, nnd yet 1 know
you rake oil less Coin than I do; how
do )Oii tlo It?"
The Wlr-o Guy answered. "It's All In
the Spending. You use nil the Cat
trldges In your Ammunition Tank get
ting the Dough, I use Hair or Mine to
Spie.ul It out Thin. You buy Sox at
t2 the llox of Six; I Hand Out the
Hume The Kind ou Get, keep a Darn-
lug Woman busy Hounding Up the
j Holes its last us you mako 'em. The
i Colin s run so Fast, They put Maud S.
111 the 'Also Itau' Class. I get the
'S(iiare Deal', finest tiuallty Mciccrlied
I. Me itiniii; si-uiiilexs. thin and com-
I fiiitnlile gn iinnti-'il to t-ii k
ll""tl.. -in I tb" (' ' Hf't ' 'lie
iT'ledc. I ' lb Hi Yfe lb m'i
SMUDGY WORK ?
Is the perfect typewriter
manifolding carbon. It wears
longer nnd gives cleaner im
pressions than any other car
bon paper made. Sold by
Hawaiian News Co.,
PIONEER PAPER HOUSE.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Nuvelties in all
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iort and Merchant Sts.
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ent Shipping Paucr for the Hawaiian
"sldiitlt; 'nfonrntion furnished
ciliscrihrrs nit,intlv on rcnuest.
GUIDE PUBLISHING COMPANY,'
Alex. Young Bldg. Phoue 374.