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3 Hole Ties
Smart Styles lor Men
Patent Gun Mottil and Russia
Leather, Wing Tips, Latest
and Best Out.
Our lino of Oxfords has won
a reputation for quality and
style. Be in fashion by pur
chasing your Shoos at
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Why Swelter over a Hot
When you can Iron in comfort on the lanal with nn
Saves a thousand steps; attachable to any light socket.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
BY THAT WE MEAN BEST IN EVERY WAY. AN
EVEN DISTRIBUTION OF FAT. FINE GRAIN AND TEN
DER ENOUGH TO BE ENJOYED BY THE MAN WITH
"STORE TEETH." WE HAVE THAT KIND AND RECOM
MEND IT TO PERSONS WHO ARE PARTICULAR.
W. F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.
Theo. H. Davics
& Co., Ltd.,
0 Hardware Dept.
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGINO. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDINO. PHONE 397.
Will. lYIWclMWU, J ,uw,u 2UtwunHU !
2. TfT A !""" I Two hundred ihceti of good school
C5LJJArL lti.rt nnH Rnrwl Krnkor ' paper for five cents t the Jl u 1 1 e
4 Jiui.il unu muiiu uiunvi, ,, ,
uinrn sow j iiriionKii n id. iinort
mi thu sugar tiinrkol uiiilcr ilnto i(!hunr mo
.Itmu 4 nn follow i. IHUHfc Ulf
Our Inst leport was dated IMIi May
The raw sugar market roullnucn lu
fwl the effect of thu congest Inn In sup
plies which linn arisen from llir excess
t'celpt of the nut four weeks. I)ur- I
lug thu xtIih mimed, 2,V,,fi82 totix o(
sugar lmu arrived at the Atlutillc
ports, nn against melting nnilrftiif uib
of 204,000 ton.
Under such circumstances, It In not
surprising Hint icllncr should show
Indifference to offerings of nearby sug
ar, and Hint they coulil only bo Induced
to treat for such sugars by sellers
making n further concession In price
The business dono linn not been large,
and consists of n cargo of I'orto Itlcos
arrived at llrenkwnter Hold at 3.89c.
c. I. f., and of Home Cuban about to
clear and tome In port Hold nt 2.fi3c. c.
f prlceit which represent a decline of
,031c. on last week's closing uuotn
tlaiiB. A r.nle of Cuba for July clear
ance at 2.!2c c. f or .09c. above our
spot market, forecasts tho probabhi
trend of prices as soon as the Immedi
ate pressure of supplies Is over.
To tho unfavorable Influence of the
heavy tecelpts of raws there iiiikI ti
added the effect of n poor demand for
refined. Ilellners have nccumuluu-il
largo stocks of their product, for which
they have yet to find an outlet, the
usual s u miner demand belnK back
waul. This (Histponomcnt of the de
mand for refined In perhaps in some'
degree due to hopes on the part of too
sangino traders and consumers that n
reduction In sugar duties may yet be
made In the tariff bill now under discussion.
Kuroicnn beet markctB have been
quiet, but stonily. At the close there
Is n fractional Improvement over lost
week In all months. Today's f. o. b.
quotations are: June, 10s, Viil.; .liny,
10h, 8Vid.i August. 10s, 9d. Next crop,
October-December, 10s. 0d; January
.March, 10s. 2'M
Refined. The situation In the re
fined market has undergone no change
during the past week, tho demand be
ing of the samo moderate character,
and prices remaining unaltered at the
previous basis of 4.8Sc. less 1 per tent
Cuba Our private cable received
this afternoon reports 9 estates grind
ing. Itccclpts for tho week nt the three
Atlantic ports, 52,353 tons. Meltings
C2 000 ton 4,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX S28.
turliliiii- iiMlaj ttliitn-
I If llll
i T 4M PC
Htm. r:l ch L'n ,
l)1' Pitch t
Ha Irr- t'i pc- mI
IUw- Iirle- en, w, ..
it iini Abuivjh
llllo HC.r, Om 6 ii
HotukM Sunat rfl fw
lie. K T ft I. Co ft p
M'Mty-ti H (.' ,
O.hu K 'Co6ic .
Oatm Sugar Co ipc.
Ol.a Siiic' Co 6 c
!' Sine. Mill Co, it
Half HkiiMIIoii Co ...
PloiMr Mill Co 6 pc .
Wataiu. itilr Co $ p c
I J llHtll, III- IHMt llltli . IIISHilin
reluriii'd from Kminl (iln
HONOLULU STOCK FXCHAM -E i.fl!Tft,rSaTJycS
. Hon I II Coin- fir Kami who hi
rlivl today, will probiiblt i-my hen
m .day. June 2.1 . fljr ,,,.., .,,
The weililllig nr MIm hHi- t" m
ninl Mr l.ee Austin will tnk. p1ae- t
morrow eenlng I
Anthlng new in the Sxirtlng line?
An) thing good In thu liquor line? You
can find It nt "1 hu Two Jacks."
John II. Ilergstiom, piano tuner and
repairer. Pormcrly with llorgstrom
,';;'' Music Co. V. O. Ilox 40. Phono 581.
t9j ladles base nil unusual opportuulty
'"n. In get a supply of sheets, sheeting pll-
i" low cases mid pillow cuslug nt lllom's I
j'i this week.
, 1'ncinc Lodge No. R22. A. !'. ii A j
it, M will meet In Masonic Hull this I
levelling at 8 o'clock for work In Hie i
;,;, third degree.
ir., . Postmaster Pratt reiiorts that he has
reccled two-rent stniuiis of the Alas-
yi ka-Yukon and Lincoln memorial Is-
HiieH liy the Inst mall.
All trial Jurors for Hie Jul) term In
Judge Hohlnsou'H court uro rtiiuested l
to reort for sen lee on Friday morn- I
lug June 25, at 10 o'clock. I
C. V. Spitz. oX Nnwlllwlll, Kauai, nr
rived this morning lu the steamer W
(1 Hall. He will probably return to
his home tomorrow .afternoon. I
Mr. ami Mrs. A. 8. Wilcox of l.lhiie. '
Kaunl. were among the arrivals this '
morning from Kauai, They are stoi
plug nt (lie Itoynl Hawaiian.
The Industrial Edition of the -
Evening Bulletin, wranoed
ready for mailing, 50 cents at Bul
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arnblc."
You will bo surprised at its cooling
nnd preset vntlvo properties California
Feed Co.. ngenK I
Theie will bo n swimming race all
v; the Walklkl Inn on Hunday next, mid i
uic nuiiiticaps are to lie announced
tomorrow-. Jack Ilattersby and '
"Young" KdmundH will probably lie on
srrltcli. wllh Dr. Fulrwealher on the
ten secoiuls mark, alongside "Smack
er," who is Improving wonderfully.
r f TO( ' I
nirtt It Co .m.
R lllnimlon Co .
Il.l .n Aftlr.Co.
IllwC'-m Si Sue Co
Honomo Su.r Co " I
llmioVia !or Co
MatkolliirCn ..... I
llulchlanii Snjar Ptail ,
Kiliuku 1'ljiiial.oii l"'i j
KcVatia Suit Co- .. ,
ICiri... Sutfir Co
Mr Hln.. itai Co ....
llilnS wt Co
Ohomr. 3 iai Co ....
O Vula MiKr I'latil Co
Ulaa 1ul Co l.'.il ....
Ulowalu Co..... ,.,..
Paaliau Sugar riant Co
I'ala riatitallotiCo ....
Pfpfrkfo Sucar Co....
Wanuau Auaai (o j. .
ttalmta Sugar Milt Co
Hawaiian Klrcllk Co..
Hon H T I. Co Trrt
Hull KT I.CoConi
Mutual TlfploiiC Co
Nahlktt Kubtxr Co,
Nalniu RuMxr Cn.Aaa
Oahu W Ik I. Cu
MlloK K Co,
Hon HAM Co:........
Hawaiian P' mpp! Co.
Haw Trui f I Kit. CI I
naw lr 4
Haw Tcr I PC,
haw Govt ii r
7TJA I a (i'JIcrt-ncc
suit case is lo those made up to
or so ago. The new ones are
of beauty and indispensible lo
the traveler. Come and see our stock.
Silva s Toggery
K00TS,HERBS AND BARK
You can no doubt recall tho codec
tlon of roots, herbs und barks your
grandmother made every fall for tha
family medicine chest.
It Is Interesting to note that the
most succissful remedy for female Ills
had Its origin more than 30 years ago
lu one of tbeto homo mcdlclno chests,
and I.ydla K. I'lnkham's Vcsetnble
Compound Is made today In Immense
quantities from those saniu roots and
herbs with extreme accuracy, care-and
Sales Iletwecn Hoards: IS O. II. &
h. Co.. S12S; 150 Haw. C. & H. Co.,
30; 120 O. H. & I. l'n. 1125; 10 O. It.
l& I.. Co., 12d; 7S Oahu Hug. Co., 30:
inn Oahu Bug, Co.. W); in Kwu.
S27.7G; HI Kwa, 2T Tf,; H, Oahu Sug
Co., J3U; 2D O. It. k. 1.. Co.. $123; Hill
nimi il tinnii n n r. i. i. tino.
m n ii'a'i nn tii-i cui..'... iJ. i Pursuant to the resolution passed ut
Mcllryde. iz'ili'i loll "llaw. C. & S I1""' ' ineetlnK of Jim board of
Co. 130: in Jlonoknn. 11C! 10 Itnnii. ,"",ur " '"" '"'' . 'eiepii.me
knn. $1C; SSnn Olaa Us. (90.75; SO Ho-
HHELL IS BUSY
directors of the .Mutual
Company, Kxpert Iliimmell Is securing
liokan, SIR; S6 Ilcmokan. Jlfi; 25 llo-i """ "" '-""i "eeue.i orng
nokna! $16; in Ilnw C. & 8. Co. 30; i"10 "p',co "r lll company up to the
10 Haw. C. & 8. Co.. $30; 7 Wnlnlin "1!i. ,, ,, , . . .
ai. in w I., . i.mrr., r. w..i. i,... I Nothing will bo done regJidlng the
tunVr. ' ' ' ' I exchange system ns et. it being the i
L.tt ..m n.,.,.ton soj ...i. o 'Intention to wslt until Aloiuo Hartley
$78.40 per ton.
The Ideal White Laundry Soap
Ask Your Grocer For It
S if ar, 3.92 c s
Beets, 10s 5 Kd
Mimbsrs Hunolulv BtocK a ,a Bono
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
TELEPHONE 7 J 6.
(Continued from Pace I)
Cumtulngs, Sam M. Kamakau, Thorn
as C. Mcflulre, Simeon K. Hao, Jr,
8am Pupull, Charles De La Nux,
Joseph Mai to and John Drown.
The examination of Sergeant K. S.
Harry was continued until tomorrow.
when It is understood Attorney
Mghtfcot Intends to produce Mr.
Chilton In court to verify an alleged
statement made by Mr, Harry that
lie "wanted to got on tho Jury to
oul the Jnps," Harry denies mak
ing any such statement, and no de
cision was reached by counsel In A spirited eil ll;sht Is etmctod to
passing him, pending disposition of take place In Judge uolilnsou's court
EXPECTED IN COURT
returns from the mainland und makes
his report on the relatUe merits of
tho automatic and manual systems.
GEORGE RODIEK IS
TO ACT AS CONSUL
tleoige Itodlek lias been named ns
Cerman and Norwegian Consul lo
servo during the absence of J !" Hack
feld. who leaws for Herman' soon
Mr Ilodlek called mi Gmernnr Krenr
this morning, and presented his credentials.
NFW - TO-DAY
Saturday, when the casu of August
H iitnbutg against Charles und lllanchc
Lewis, 'to toiecloHO u mortgage Is
culled for hearing. Il appears that the
mortgage was ghen on proiierty ut
Moamil and llonoiillwul, on the Island
of Molokui. tho orluliial amount beliiL-
$8CU. The petition sets forth that hll
but SI7G lias been oald. mid action
has been Instituted lo foreclose on tho ,lt',:l-''"iary
Maklno, the fctrjke leader, who U
particularly active In assisting his
uttorney, made tha remark In court
jestcrday that nil of tho Jurors
summoned n ntlio first venire were
Interested In plantations, or words
to that effect. It was noticed that
Soga and lite other Japanese on trial
at this time on conspiracy chnrgon
watched every Juror closely nnd
made notes, which were passed along
If all of the pre-emptory challeng
es arc exercised It Is evident that
the last venire will soon b ex
hausted and another may havo to bo . , ., .,,,
,, , ,, ,. , . , ... The "poor man s oath" today re
tailed, While It Is not known that Icula,(, NutM1 ,, a KllkaBllum fr,mi
such will be the case yet, but as ,urHnce vile ufler thuy hud served
there aro five defendants with two . thirty days iipleco In thu samo. one for
tach, and the prosecution has three, attempting lo Import lowd pictures
tiom the manner In which the exam-j and tho other for adultery, 11) taking
luation, has proceeded thus far, It ls.tho ouJh' "'' ttc,ro rolcused fi tho
? .... . neresH tv of limine (limn um roslu
I IN THU CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
Plrst Judicial Circuit. Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In probate
In the matter of the estate of John
Dillon, Deceased. On leading and
filing the petition of Illshop Trust
Company, Limited, nn Hawaiian cor
poration, alleging that John Dillon
died Intestnte at Honolulu, Inland of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, an the
Nth day of March, UUI7, leaving
property lu the Territory of Hawaii
to be iidmlnMtercd upon
Special Sale House Furnishing Goods
This week only 2) per cent redaction in all lines of
houscfurnishinB goods -CROCKERY, TINWARE, AGATE
WARE. CUTLERY, BASKET WARE, ETC.
HOUSEWIVES, ATTTENTION ! Call early and secure
Lewis & Co.,
HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM, TELEPHONE 240. 1C9 KINO STREET
Good Folks Tak
property. Thu defendants nllego II-1""'1 praying thut letters of udmlnls
It's a Good Sign
It it's painted by
The Paint tihon.
134 King; Si
legal steps huve been taken to force
the matter, an, I will bitterly contest
OUT, BUT POOR
evident that all of the pre-emptory
challenges will bo exercised.
Attorney I.lEbtfoot, In his exami
nation, has clearly shown the Inten
tion of the strike leaders to leave no
Blono unturned to oimt from tho
Jury any man who has a twenty-second
cousin working on a plantation,
has any business interests with them,
U on friendly tenns with planta
tion managers, employes, or holds
liny stock. Their family history l
irade the subject of searching In
itulry, und If It happens that u fath
er, mother, brother, sinter or cousin
have any connections with the plan
tations, off they will go, If the de
fense can force his ejection.
Tho prosecution Is equully unx
Icus to havo a fair and Impartial
Jury, but their examination has been
mure brief, still rovei-ng all of tha
essential points Important to the
(unll(1catlon of a Juror.
necessity of paing flncB und costs
as their labor while In tho lock-up,
while lmprolug the moral state of
their mluils did not Inetease Ihe bulk i
or theli purses.
tratlon Ibsue to it, it Is ordered
that Tuesday, thu 27th day of July,
1909, at ten o'clock n, in., be, and
hereby is, appointed for :icarlng said
petition In thu court room of tills
Court In said Honolulu, at which
time and place all peisons concern
ed miiy appear and show cause, If
my they have, why said petition
should not be grnnted.
Hy the Court:
JOHN MARCALLINO, Clerk.
HOLMES, STANLUY & OLSON,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
4344- June 23, 30; July 7, 14.
Hawaiian Pineannle Company. Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hawaiian Pineapple
Co.. Ltd.. will be held nt tlin otllcu of
t opposite Hawaiian Hotel. Ai-i,llu company, lwllel, Honolulu, on
ly to II. C. Carter, Campbell Sulur(ayt jllno 26i inno, at 2 p, in.,
fur the election of officers, reception
of annual reports and consideration
of such cither business ns may pinp
eily come before tho meeting,
W W. ADAMS, Secietnry.
A No 4 Smith Creditor Typow liter,
full set of keys, light running, and
In perfect condition, only 2!i.
This is a suup. Agents for III" L.
C. Smith Visible Tipewrlter. Tlio
must durable machine In the inai-,
ket. We do llrst-cluss repairing;
nil mnkes. C. YV. Macfailane li
Co, Masonic llldg. , Phono 14.1.
$1.75, $2.25. $3.00
$3.50 and $4.00