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1 BY THAT WE MEAN BEST IN EVERY WAY. AN
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If your rurnlture, Woodwork
or floors ore oil, faded, soiled
a cw or LACQUERET
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AND GENERAL PAINTINQ.
SrEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDINO. PHONE 307,
Riot Trial Starts At
Night Belore Judse
The first point was scored last
night by llio piosccutlon In the riot
case on before .ludgo ltoblnson, when
Eugene M. Seovllle, an engineer em
ployed by the Oahu Sugar Company,
ami holding n seclal police commis
sion without pay, was culled to the
Ktnnd as tho llrst witness and post
lively Identified Jotaro Mlknwa as the
principal nssnllunt of a peacahle Jap
anese laborer who was returning to
work. Llghtfoot broke In several
times, objecting to Scovllle'a testi
mony, but In aln. The Jury was se
cured quickly from the last special
venire of fifty talesmen. They are:
John II, Jones, Ooorge II. Harbottle,
J. B. Azevedo, William U Austin, Fred
Uoudle, Daniel II. Dallcr. Fred Mey
ers, William F. Huckle. John A. l.e
gros, OeorKo K. IlruiiB, Moreno Hutu
and Albert I.udlon.
Wm. Williamson, I wcil andoeneral
I Two hundred sheets of cood school i
Stock and Bond BroRerJcr0Scrcfivecent,atthcBulle-;
83 MERCHANT ST,
P. 0. BOX S28.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Saturday, Juno 2G.
HIGH SHERIFF APPEA1S
IN SEIZURE CASE
High Sheriff Henry by his attorneys,
Kln.icy and I'rosscr, today filed In the
Clicult Court an appeal from the de
cision of the District Court, in the re
plevin suit brought against him, for
the recovery of tho documents and pa
pers, recently seized by tho High Sher
iff, for tho purpose of using ns evi
dence. In the conspiracy cases now
pending before Judge Do Dolt.
Judge Long held that the seizures
weiD Illegal, and without duo process
of law. Tho appeal bo;id was signed
by Cecil Drown, James 1'. Morgan uud
The bond was accompanied by Y.
Soga's nflldavit of the setzuro of cer
tain bookb and papers by Henry, and
an order based on the decision of the
District Court, from the Nlppu JiJI
Company, commanding HherllT Jarrett
to seize the paiicrs and return litem
lo the Owners.
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' Brtwrr ft Co ...
F.l I'tuntfitlon Co ....
llAwtl'.ltl ArtIc Co..
Haw Com ft Sii Co ..
Ifotiomu SiiKMt Co ....
Itonokaa ux.r (i . ..
Haiku Silif-r Co
Hutchison SuRar Plant.
ICahuku VI.VMHl.nu t'o
Krkftlm Sun Co-. .....
Mcltr)itr Sugar Co ....
Oaliv Si fir Co.
Ottomca Slt;ir Co ....
O-kota Sugar allt (,
Otaa Sujtar Co l.ltl ....
Olowatu Co... .j.
Paaliau Suvar I'Nnl Co
Pacific Su Mill. ...
Pata Plantation l.o ....
Pejtkfo Sugar Co....
WaU'ua Arlcf r ....
Wflluku Sural I o ..
WaimanatoSuf fci v.1.
Watmva Sulfa- Mill Co
It Ui-Wai t Steam N Co
Kan R T Jc 1. Co Pftl
II. n KT ft I. Co Com
Mltiual Telephone Co
Natnku kubtwrCo Aaa.
Oahu K ft I. Co
Hon B fi M Co
Hawaiian PI Itapple Co.
Haw ler uc
Haw Tcr m pc
ltaw(,ovt 5 uc
Ham. 1)1 ch Co.,
Utioer Ililch fta
Ha lrr-f- r.a-.M pc jl
HaT- Irrlif- Co:, x,i, ...
Haw Com A bug L s p.
Hllo V K Co Con 6 n c
Hoalkaa Suaai co. f uc
1 1 o.i KTalCutii c
MrHrylcU Co'aW, .
OaliuSitKar Co jpc ..
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Otaa Surar Co 6 n r..
Pac- Suk. Mill Co. '
fult "laiil.lkin Co ....
Pionrcr Mill Co 6 o e
Walaiua Agrlc Co sue
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Sales UctVieeil Hoards: :000 Will
nlua 5a, $100; S0OO O. It. & I.. Gs.
$102. Scs'slpn: Jiunn Wnlalua lis,
J100; C Kwa, J27.S0; B Oahu Stig. Co.,
$29.50; 35 Haw. C". fc 8. Co., $.10; 10
Haw. C. & S. Co., $30, 3 Haw. C. & S.
Co., $30; 10 Haw. C. L S. Co., $30; 5
Rwa, $27.G2ti; 50 Qaliu Sug. Co.,
$29.25; 50 Oahu Sug. Co., $20.25; 50
Oahu Sug. Co.. $29.25. 20 Oahu Sine.
Co., $29.25; 5 Oahu Sug Co.. $29.37'.
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents or
$78.40 per ton.
Beets, IOs-5 Hi
Oahu Railway & Land Company.
A speclul meeting of tho stock
holders of the Oahu Hallway & Land
Company has been called by the
I'resldcnt to be held at the office of
tho company, 404 Stangenwald
llulldlng, In Honolulu, on Tuesday,
June 29, A. D. 1909, nt 2 o'clock p.
in., for the purpose of considering
1. The ratification of the action
of the Hoard of Directors In calling
In the outstanding bond Issue, -and In
contracting for the Issue and under
writing of n new bond Issue for re
funding the old;
2. To authorize, or to ratify tho
authorization of, tho proposed Issuo
of flvo por cent (5) bonds for the
purpose of refunding the present Is
sue, and to nuthorlzo the execution ji0,v 'ja n chance to bob the finest
of the necessary Instruments for sc- nne of stcluway ('.rand Planus ever
Fine steaks, oysters, frog legs and I
lobsters to order. Royal Annex Cafe. I
Anything new In the sporting line?;
Anything good in the llttuor line? You t
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
John It. tlergstiom, piano tuner mid
repairer. Formerly with llergstrom
Music Co. P. O. llox 40. Phone 581.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
le tin office
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Komi Co., agents.
The Hoard of Public Works today
opened lenders for grading one-half
mile of the new Kaiiohn liulnwnt road
1 1 from John Pahla $398.50, ntid Albert
Tho band from the Japanese war
ship will play nt the League grounds
tomoriow during the baseball game
that has been urrunged foi the enter
tainment of the vlsllors,
The demurrer tiled by Attorney
MghtftKit, In the ease against Negoro.
Kawumiir.i and Y. Tasaku, was over
ruled today after the utgumcut In the
Clicult Court, by Judge Ihi Dolt.
Ikn (lallaghcr. Indicted, tried and
found guilty lecently of nil attack on
u neighbor, tearing off hit eyelids,
wns this morning fined $50 and costs
In the Circuit Coiiit by Judge Do Holt.
The Mokolll will lake a bunch of
flrhermeii ami hmiti'is to Illrd and
llnbblt Inlands this evening. They
will return to luwii some time tomor
iow If alt goes, well with the expedi
tion. I.leiiten.uit Qiiekcmpycr met ujth nil
accident jcstenlay that might hnu
been very seilous lint which fortunate
ly only gave hint a shaking. He was
practicing nt :o and got n spill from
Agents wanted by procressivc
manufacturing Company. Agents
tan easily make $25 weekly. Write
for latest illustrated Catalogue
sheet and terms to "Manufacturer,",
P. 0. Box 1771. New York.
Central Union Church. The usual
Sunday Services: 9:50 Illble School,
10:00 Men's League Illble Class (Ijiif
session of class until Full) 11:00
Morning Woishlp, Sermon by tho Min
ister "Peter's Ladder" (II Peler l;!j
7). C:30 Christian Kiuluenvor, sub
ject "Missionary Pocket Hooks";
leader, Mr. Itussell Tullooh. 7:.",u
ICveuing Service, Sermon by the As
sistant Minister "The Klrst Step". A
quartet consisting or Mrs. Mnckell,
Sirs. Weight. Mr. Wlchmaii and Mr.
Livingston tings nt both the mornlns
and the evening service. Cordlnl In
vitation to iill not connected with oth
er churches uud all strangers to wor
ship with us at Central Union
XXTI-1A.-V a diflerence the modern
suit case is to those made up to
a year or so ago. The new ones are
things of beauty and imlibpcnsilde to
the traveler. Come and see our slock.
HENRY WATERiiOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu StocK a id Banc
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8T8.
curing the new Issue,
A. W. VAN VALKKNUUIia,
Secretary, Oahu Hallway
& Land Co.
Dated: Honolulu, June 25, 1909.
4340 luno 2C, 28.
NOTICE X0 CREDITORS.
The undei signed having been duly
uppolnted udmlnUtrntnr of the es
tate of Prank M. Chllds, late of
Honolulu, City and County of Hono
lulu, Territory nf Hawaii, deceased:
Notice is hcheby given to the
rredltois of, and all persons having
claims ugalust the said Prank M.
Chllds, deceased, whether secured
by mortgage or otherwise, to pre
sent the same, duly authenticated,
nnd with proper vouchers. If any
shqwn In Honolulu A Miniature
(i ru ml Slelnway, a llaby Grand
Steliiwuy,.u Parlor Oram! Slelnway,
and two Verto (Irand Stclnway.
Thayer Piano Co., 15G Hotel St.,
invites ii. usle lovers to come and seu
and hear them. '
OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
All bills against the ' Uepatrmrnt
of Public Instruction of the Terri
tory of (luwnll Incurred during the
present biennial period ending Juno
SO. 1909. must be tircscnted nt the
exist, to the said administrator, at j offlce of (llu Department of Public
The Ideal White Laundry Soap
Ask Your Grocer For It
Special Sale House Furnishing Goods
Its ofllces, 91C-920 Port street,, Hon
oltilu, Territory of Hawaii, within
six (C) months from the date here
of, otherwise their claims will be
Dated this 2Cth day of Juno, A. I).
TltKNT TUU8T COMPANY,
Administrator of the Kstato
of Krnnk M. Chllds, De
ceased. 4347 June 2C; July 3, 10, 17. 24.
Instruction not Inter than July 1 to
Insure payment of b.uiio.
W. H. IIAIIUITT,
of Public Instruction.
Sealed tenders w bo received at
tho o 111 ce of the Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 in. of Tues
day, June 29, 1909, for furnishing
the gearing und other appliances for
operating tho gate valves at Nuu
nuii D.itn. Cnntrudors to submit
with tenders, plans und specifica
tions of tho typo of gearing proposed
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
Notice Is hereby given that tho
annual meeting of tho stockholders
of the Klrst American Savings & j tu be supplied
Trust Co. of Hawaii, Ltd., for the Kach tender must ha accompanied
election of officers 'and directors anil by a cortlflcd clietL for C per cent
for the transaction of such other! of tlio amount hid.
I business ns may be brought before ' Intending bidders are requested to
the stockholders, will b hold at Its visit the dam and to Inspect the
I place of business on Port street, In i;ute Valves,
illiu City of Honolulu, nil Monday,! Tim Superintendent of Public
i the 2Gth day or July, 1909, at 3
SNEAK THIEF STEALS
PURSE FROM SCHOOL
Chief Leal is Investigating nn al-,
Itged lobbery which Is said to have
oecuned at the Central Grammar I
School during the hrenklug-iip ex-!
It appears that one of the boys
found a purse on the floor utter tho
visitors had left the building and
had Informed another lad of the
fact. He was told that the puise
Hiould be given to the principal, hut
as that olllclal wns very busy at tho ,
time, the hoys loft tho purse on the,
desk, meaning to Inform the prin
cipal later on. j
In the meantime a lady returned
and inquired If anyone had seen a 1
purse which she had dioirVd. The
boys at imro told her that they had
left Hie puise on (ho desk, but on i
Milug there found that tho article
Tlie lio)H tell a straight-forward
btory about the affair, and state that '
another purse 'containing $2i wns
Ltolen fiom a room at tho school
Mimu little time ago. Leal Is busy
on the case, and has an Idea that lie
tan loeato the thief before long.
This week only 2D per cent redaction in nil lines of
lioujefurnishinR coodi-CROCKERY, TINWARE, AGATE
WARE. CUTLERY, BASKETWARE, ETC.
HOUSEWIVES, ATTTENTION 1 Call early and secure
HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM, ELEPH0NE240.C9 jaNO STREET
Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it'i painted by
The Paint Shoo. 134 King SL
Not satisfied with' the Judgment of
the District Court In lining him S3S
mid costs for his auloniobllo escapade
Manuel Hllva today, by his uttorney,
filed an appeal In thu Clicult Court,
made on the grounds that on account
or tho ghiru of thu headlight ho could
not see tho buggy approaching
$1.75, S2.25. $3.00
$3.50 and $4.00
Dated: Honolulu, June 20, 1909.
L. T, PI'ICIC,
Secretary mid Cushler.
1 1 4317 June 20, July a, 10, 17, l,
Woiks leserves the right ,to i eject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Publln Voika
Honolulu, June 1 1, 1909,
(10UAS In ihls city June 20, 1909.
Ili'iijainlu Ouivis, aged 1 yr 13 mos
Child of Mr iiiut Mrs John i: linens
I'lutiTuI Hiiuiliiy at II p 111 , fmiii
residence, nun- Mormon ijiuirli.