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KVENINO UltLLBTlN, HOflOLOLU. T. It. MONDAY, JUNK 14, 1909.
SWELL WHITE BUCKSKIN
To the feet they nrc rest and restoration. Nothing
ran surpass the white Bi'fkskin Bluclicr Oxford for swell
appcaiancc and hones, value. See our display window.
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Good beef is not nccessirily. frorcn bccf but to be
sanitary, and in older Hint you may have tender beef
without paying for tei'dcrloin it should be thoroughly
chilled in cold storage. Beef from slaughter house to
table cannot possibly be tender, nor good. We aie offer
ing you Australian Lamb and Niihau and Parker Ranch
Beef this week that is very good, and some of the mutton
in the lot is almost as sweet flavored and tender enough
to suggest mint sauce.
W. F. HE1LBRON, PROPRIETOR.
Theo. li. Davics
& Co., Ltd.,
JU(i If CLASS PArER-HANOINO, DECORATING,
AND OENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.
I Why Swelter over a Hot
I When you run item in comfort on the lnnni with an B
I Electric Iron f
Q Savrs n thousand step nttachablc to any light socket. B
I THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD. I
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 012. P. O. BOX 628.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
H0N0LDLD. June 14.1909
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2lt7'4: mil O.iIiii fiilK. Co I12.2S, 2.1
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$''5. ScfHliili: 10(10 Wnlnliin .(. $99 7fi;
2H Kwii, $20; X Hwa. $29, 20 Oaliil
Siik Co., $.11.75; III I'limcfr. $l7.5ll;
25 OiiIiii SiiK. Co, $.11.75. 5 1'Ioiipit.
$ir,7. 5 Cull, $28 75; 25 i:wa, $28.75;
7 i:wii. $28 75, 45 Olna. $I.37V4; 55
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LOCiL ANDGENERAL ,
Two hundred.hects o( good school
paper for five cents at the Bulle
Fine steaks, oysters, frog legs and
lobsters to order. Royal Annex Cafe.
Send o mlnlatwo cane contalnlnK 0
Jam of delicious llaull.n ;rescros.
Mm. KcaniH will flco to It
Anything now In tlio Kportln? line?
Anj thlliK good In tho liquor lino? You
can find It nt "Tho Two Jacks."
John It flerRstrom, plnno tuner and
rcialrer. Kormerly wllh IlrrKfllrom
Music Co ! O. Ilox W l'Huno 581.
The Industrial Editiou of the
Eve nine Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
1 c t i n office.
Wnh Cliong Co. In Hie Wnvcrlcy
lllork on Hotel tArect, h.ne some ery
flnu Kiiltlngs mid (IrciH goodB, Juat
from tho Coast.
Coat your Iron rnofi llh "Arabic."
You will be surprised nl its cooling
and (ircRcrvnthe properties California
Kccd Co., agents.
Thu Alanifiln sails at ' ,t m. Wed
noHilny. You are advlml lo gel your
baggage .io ti early. Clt Transfer
Co (.las' II l.o0). Phone 152.
Niki .Mull, former D-'imi) County
Ati'-ne.. . if Hnwill who einio down
In thu .Milium Ken Insl Saturday, will
i . . iui Iim homo on Hawaii, next
A incetlnc of tho Xliuwn Improve
liieut rluli will lio held at Hie residence
of A V. T Ilotlojiilcy, Oilm Ave., Col
lego HIIIm Tueiday, Ji 15, 19 9, at
8 o'elock p in.
The St. Louis baseball team Iirs
rolled ii meeting for tonight In the
(tub looms, and thu matter of put
ting n team in for the Hlg" League
games will lie discussed
There was a linscball game at Kort
Shnfter this morning between the
Shatters and the Twentieth Infantry
Keglmcnt. which is pausing through
to Manila on tho I.ognn
No decision bus been mine to with
legnnls to the protected Pearl Har
bor jacht race so far. (Julie u num
ber of people nrc nnxlouvl) awnltlng
Hie result of tho committee's dellb
erntlciiis. One of the preliminaries to the
Milllwin-Cordull fight will be n four
loiind go between Sanoiil and Terry,
thu other prellinlnnr Is to bo a six
loiind content, but the men nro not
The game between tho II) lands
mid the Kalllils, which was won by
thn latter team, will piobnbly be
lirotestcd, as I. I)uIh, who plujcd
for the Kullhls, In.suli) lo bo .1 league
plncr and not eligible to play In the
Among the passengers to tcno In
tho steamship Hlloulan tomorrow
morning will bo Judge A, S. Miilriulii
and Judge Win. Werner of Hnualel
Kauai. They will go to St. Paul, to lie
present at tho conference of the
World's Christian Knilcavorcrs.
The Knox Hat 'XZ
head wear. This is a fact too generally
known to need more to be said. We have
a complete new stock of all the summer
styles in the snacics tnat win ne so
popular this summer. The
KNOX price is -
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is made by the KNOX
CO. for those who want a
The Paragon Hat
less expensive article. It possesses all the style and
lines of the KNOX and the same colors. Price only
King St., near Fort
TEST CASE ON (Special Sale House Furnishing Goods
Latest ounar Quotation 3.92 centi or
$78.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3.92 cents
Beets, 10s 6 3-4d
:eriry Waternousa Trust Co.,
Member! Honolulu StocK id Bond
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8T8.
SURPRISE PARTY FOR
MRS. & MISSJE LA NUX
A surpilse party, composed of a
hugo number of thn friends of Mrs,
and Mlhs De I.u Nux, iihsembleil at
their Klmiu sheet hoiun Saturday
night foi Hie purpose of oxtendlng
their best wishes for a pleasant trip
lo Mis De l.a Nux, who leaves for
Hie Coast In thu llllonlnn tomorrow
morning, tilling tho position of
cliapoiono to tho II ii 1 I o t I n party.
.Miss Do l.a Nux will accompany her
iiiothei to Seal He, where tlioy will
take In the sights of tho Alaska-Yiikiiti-I'uiinc
Imposition as tho
guests of tho II n lie tin. It will
be icmeiiibeicd that Miss Do l.a Nux
polled the laiget number of ntcs In
tho II u I I e t I n uintcst, which
i losul Mai ih lii last.
Chief I.cnl soon aihcrtlscd his re
turn to town from Alen, nnd a huge
hunch of Chinese gamblers were ar
rest t on Sntuidii) night. Fifteen
(elestlals faced Judge Andrado this
morning at the Police Court, and
Ithough sluing efforts were made
by their nttorne) to discredit tho cl
ilenco for tho prosecution, the whole
cidwd was lined $11 each.
The Chief Is determined to put
slop to tho various games nf chnme
that ut times urn running In the
town, nnd the gamblciu, who had
good time during the absence nt the
whole detective force at Alca, are
l.ow being watched closely.
Does a Rcvei.ue SUmp
Bring Opium Up To
U. S. Law?
An mid chapter of the "Confes
sions of an Opium i:itr" was
w'rlttrh before Circuit, Judge Do
Dolt Satin day, and tho piesent Illusion
Is the ghost of ii thought that a
ChinR.niiiilo tin. with untouched
China-made opium, cen though
adorned with a United States rce
nun stamp, does not on form with
tho United Stales law.
Van Yip Kce Is the gentleman
who graces the affair which Is being
made n ten iiuc. He was arrested
on April 30 by Chief Detective I.cnl
after an Infoimer had bought a half-
pound rnso at nn cxpenso lo the
state of $13.80.
The opium is at present being
shipped through from San Francisco
nnd acquires thus tho necessary
stamp, nnd this Is tho defense's ex
cuse for the legitimacy of the sale,
although they allow opium to be n
polionous drug. The specific charge
ngalnst tho Chinaman Is selling
poisonous drugs without a license,
mil its Mimo 1000 miles of extra
traveling to acquire the stamp is
eldcntly made with thn view of do
ing nway with the necessity of hav
ing n license.
Satur'ny morning Custom OHlcer V.n
gel took the stand nnd testified ns
to the originality of ilie tin In which
tho opium was packed. Deputy At
torney Mllvcrton appeared for the
prosecution and K. A. Douthltt ar
gued for the defense The (Interne
states that It will carry Its caso to
the Supreme Court of the United
States If the decision Is uiif.norablo
in the lower court.
This week only 2 ) per cent reduction in nil lines of
hoasefurnishinK Roods -CROCKERY, TINWARE, AGATE
WARE. CUTLERY. B SKETVARE. ETC
HOUSEWIVES, ATTENTION Call early nnd secure
Lewis & Co., ltd.
HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. JTELEPHONE 240. 1G0 KING STREET
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's paictcd by
The Pnint bhon 13 Kin St
2JV BULLETIN ADS PAY
NEW - TO-DAY
ALAMEDA AT 9
Thn traditional regularity nf the
O S S. Alameda will be broken Wed
nesday, when sho leaves her pier for
Han I'ranclsco nil hour earlier than
her wont. Tho etsel will recclc
her regular dr -docking upon arriv
ing nt the States, and for this reason
will attempt to enter tho eastern har
bor a little earlier than lior regular
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
ARMY AND NAVY
Olllie Coiisli uctlng Quartermaster,
Honolulu, T II , Juno II, 1909.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will
bo rciehcil hero until 12 noon July
7, 1901, and then opened, for filling
ponds on I' S Military Kcsorvntlnn,
YVnlklkl, Honolulu, T. II Informa
tion furnished upon application.
i: i:vi:i.i:tii winsi.ow,
t'onstg Qr. Mr., V S. A.
June 1 1, 1.',. ill, IT, July C, fi
SUITS AND SKIRTS
Cleaned by our method continue to
' TRENCH LAUNDRY,
Entered for Record June 10, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p, m.
.1 i: Kualll and wf to Annie M lllram I)
I'lnncer Illdg & Iian Assn of Huw
to Thos l Cummins Tr Hel
Tims P Cummins and wf to Hath
hheba M Allen M
fieorgo Kodlek and wf to Torrltoij
of Hawaii . ...I)
Ah Tong to T Ah Hung ... Uev.'r. A
T Ah Tong to T)u lleng ut al ...IIS
W C Achl Tr to J i; Kualll Itel
Koma laslelua to William IC I.elo-
I.cn Wal & Co Co I" I)
Tamitr C iccres and hsb ut al to
Peter IC Dorlon I)
Ren V Jaklns and wf to Maria llrcdo
.lames It I'arlH to John D I'arls ....I)
Entered for Record June 12, 1909,
from 8.30 a oi. to 10:30 a, m.
C I) Uifkn nnd wf to Trs of Tow
Yeo K.w ock Soc. P
John I" Colbuin :ihr lo C D I.ulkln
Julia Kdwards and hsb by Alty et
all to John Knimeliilh Tr p
Susumu Vuiunuiolo to SiiKejul.l Sa
That thero will bo a rcorginUallon
of thn United Status Kngincur Corps,
and tho numerical Mruiiglh of th'i
field force Increased In Hawaii. Is v
Ident from Information secured last
night relative to an order which It Is
said wilt soon arrive (rum Wasliiug
At tho present lime theio nro three
battalions coniopcil of four companies
each. Thu government has been for
some time recruiting thu corps right
up to war strength, mid hiiuii of thn
companies- aro oven recruited to as
high as IBS iccmbers. Aa this Is un
usual. Inquiry soon rew'aled thu plans
of thu department in dividing the com
panles, and ncrcnslng tho number At
tho present tlmu Company (5, Second
Ilaltallon, Is stationed ut Honolulu,
under tho command of Major Wins
law. It is understood that when tho
reorganization Is complete tun mine
companies will ho added to thu llat
tallon here, and u number of new olll
l.abt night tho members of Company
C entertained Companies K and II
that arrived nn tho TraiiMort Logan,
and a rojal good time was enjojed.
After an Impromptu feast, speeches
weru interchanged, songs were sung,
and oven fireworks wero sut off In
honor of the visiting engineers, who
are en routu to Manila.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Oulletln olvei complete summary of
the news of the diy.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Money-Saving Sale Of
On Monday Morning, June 14th,
at 8 o'clock
WE COMMENCE A SALE OF CORSETS AT A THIRD
OFF REGULAR PRICES,
This week per Hilonian we received n shipment of
an acent's stock of CORSETS, bought client) to close out
the line. These, together with our own stock of R. & 0.
and W. B. CORSETS are divided into lots and will be of
fered as follows:
LOT 1 New Shape R. & G. Corsets, worth $3.00.
Sale Price. . .fl 75
LOT 2 New Shape R . A: G. Corssls, worth $3.50.
Sale Price ... 2 50
LOT 3 Deep Hip R. & G. Corsets, worth $1,50
Sale Price 0.05
LOT 4 Straight Front R. G. Corsets, worth $1.50.
Sale Price 1.00
LOT 5 New Shape R & 0. Corsets, worth $1.25.
Sale Price ... ... 0 85
LOT G W. B. Corscti, worth ?l..r)0. Sale Fricc... 1 00
LOT 7 W. B. Corsets, worth $2.25. Sale Price . 1 50
Lot 3 rcrris Waists. $1.00 value. Sale Price . . . . 0 50
LOT 0 Odd Lines, $?.00 values, 18. 10, 20 only.
Sale Price.. . 0 50
EVERY ITEM EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED
SURE TO SELL ON SIGHT. COME EARLY.
JORDAN'S, - Fort Street