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I ; rvrvivo nm.i.RTtN. nowoMTUt. t. ii., BATimtMYVuui.V .r.Mnnn.
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Hot weather is here for Root). From now on it will be
an Oxford rash. They an the most stylish and comfort
able shoes for summer wear. Vc have everything- in
Men's Womens'. Boys' and Girl's Oxfords, in Tan, Black,
Calf. Vici Kid, Patent, Coltskin, at a trreat variety of
prices. What's the use of quoting a string of prices with
out seeing the Oxford s t Call and see them, i
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Why Swelter over a Hot
When yuu can iron in comfort on the lanai with an
Saves a thousand steps; attachable to any light socket.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Two hundred sheets of good school
paper for five cents at the Bulle
Tim Metropolitan Market will close
at !) o'clock Monday morning. Order
Kaat'K Qnnrtct will furnish music nl
Hie Alexander Young Cafe Horn G to 8
Alex. D. I.nrnncli Iiih opened nil or
der for the gonornl practice of law,
Slnugcnwiild building, No. ."PI. '
AnythltiB new In the sporting lino?
Ad) tiling good In the liquor line? You
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
John H. Dcrgatiom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with ncrgstrom
Music Co. I'. O. llox 40. Phono 381.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Hon. John O. Woollcy will speak at
Knllhl settlement Sunday evening, July
I th nt 7:30 p. in. You arc Imlted to
attend. Special music.
See what 8nclis' has to offer this
week. Head advertisement hi this Is
i.iie nnd note the wealth of new goods
now on display. Values nio big, prices
The Bulletin will not be issued
on Monday, July 5th, It It always the
custom of the Bulletin to give Its
employes the Fourth as a holiday and
this year the advantage of the two days
holiday It accepted.
Agents wanted by progressive
manufacturing Company. Agents
can easily make $25 weekly. Write
for latest illustrated Catalogue
sheet and terms to "Manufacturer,"
P. 0. Box 1771. New York.
(im. T. Kluegel saw the llulsh of the
famous trans-Continental race at Heat
tie, Wiish., and writes (lus Srhunuiu
that the Kord car won. Kluegel stated
(hat the other enrs had not et arrived
on the mviio up to the time of writing.
Silva's Undertaking Establishment
I.. II. Kent, uudcrtnKer and embalm-
rr. Ifi years' cxncrlcncii. Mrs. (Irare
Kent, assistant, will earn for female
cases. All hitrlncss will receive prompt
attention. 1120 Port tit. Phono I7!
Nlr,ht call lni I.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST,
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 828.
K.ilmd.iy, July 3
This famous butt:r is better than it has ever been
nnd the demand is unprecedented. We cheerfully recom
mend it to persons who want butter of a better quality
W. F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
IT'S OUR TURN ,
Sunday will be the day when wc go it alone, not as a
chaser, but for our self alone as n beverage feature. It
is the drink for the multitude every day.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager,
Governor Frear Receives
Request for Financial
Hawaiian bonds are In good demand
In the east, ami the last mall brought
Governor Krcar n letter from the Sec
retary of the Interior, asking that a
monthly report bo sent to his office,
gltlng the financial status of the Ter
ritory from time to time. The request
Is made with n view of furnishing pro,
pectlvo buyers of Hawaiian bonds all
of tho Information necessary. In re
gard to tho matter, tho Governor said .
"Our bonds nro having n good sale
In Uie east, and are growing In favor
iignt along, tiicio ale thrco Issues ut
the present time, one of 15,0nn nnd
two or 11,000,0(10 each. Vo ma.- bo
refunding the two million within the
courso of n jour, and keep the $315 000
for pajlng on". We may Imvo enough
to pay the 315,000 nt next Interest
date. All of the Territorial bonds .it
now cleaned up, anil thu Interest i.ito
Is 3V4 to VA per cent."
llrwin A Cc......
w. 1'lltntfltintiOl ....
HhianI'iii Acttf.Co.i t
ILw Cnm Sr nCn ..
HAttPlliiti Surr C.i
llnnomti Sugar Cn , .
tlmmkii Suf Cn .
Hnltliltnii Suns' fla it.
Kvt.tiVu t;iiiil.nii In
KcVfllm Siltf Co- ..
koto -muni On .. .
Mi-Hniti-Mum Co ...
Oahv f- r C
I)iini 3 ni Co ...
I) .! n.nr Maul Cn
OI Huxm I.Vi l.l'l ,,..
Pnaliail Sugar 1'ianl Cn
Pala rtantaltonCn ...
"ftrtkn Suaar Gt,..
Allatua AilrCn ...
WaMiikn nvai ( o .
Walmra ur a Mill Cn
Ii tir-ltUr I Si ram NO
HdlRTfc I. Coflfl
11.11 KT A I.CnCnm
Miu.1 1if lilintie Oi
Nahlk'l Rubber Cn,
NM.ikil kiihlwi Cn.AM
Oiliu K ft I. C
HlloK K Co,
lion H ft MCo:
Hawaiian P wapnteCo.
law T4I fKllc Cl
Hut Irt , ur
Haw ri W c
Haw lnia lie...
HawTtr l pc
haw lint 1 lie . ,.
Hulk! Si car (Nil 1. 1
Mam. l)i cli Cn ,
Ha, Irr- iVa'J ir- i.
Haw. Itrlic- Co1, i.a, .
II IU. R Cn Om In
Hon. k la Suai ro ftc
ttn.i k T ft t,'n ii r
Kntiata Ullch Cn. (t
Mi i.iyiii t.t. (., ,
Oahu R A ',Cn6tic ..
OatiuSiu;ar Cn tic .
Olaa Suear Cn 6 i c
I'.C- Suk. Mill Co. 6a
Pal. "latitat Cn ....
P.mr MIIICo rlit ..
Waiama vri-Cn ftc
7'c STAR. J?-
-S. .! 4.7
Shirts that Lead
In Popular Favor
ITS QUALITY that counts in all
J- things. That's why "STAR" and
"E & W" shirts are always called for
by the men WHO KNOW. They
have good material in them in patterns that are right
up to the miuute in style. No skimped seams or careless
workmanship, but everything the very best.
See the New Styles Now on Display
King St., neai Eort
IK Si AW A
hief Inspector Brtwn
Differs With Thayer
Jn. as this dcelhlon does not appl In.ter of Hi l.iu wlih relilbm In his ap
pile .itlun fur nn extiMiHloii. Mr Th !'
doi's not 1 1 i he ileplslnn applies to all
'hluoi-i'wh'i Wi to leluni to Hawaii
Inn in llioi-e who havi Hlmll.ir niM't im
Chinese iiloiin Thlj mail was speelab
Iv perilsleiit In presenting poililnim
and rnlliiMlng tlieui up, bill It will not
iiii'ke il any eisler for others. Tills de
cIkIiiii l I piiibtbiv stait liuiiili !k of
f Milm.uii Int.. nitil In lltiili nit n r.itiitilt't '
lu an nglt il 'oil. and as a revolt we wilt
bit UMinipeil with liupililes."
I Wade Wiurv'i 'I'hii.MT. the ntloruey
I nellng for Chen Yan, hibnied vlgmous-
ly on the ease, mid was Instrumental lu
gelling an opinion from the Hepiil
iini'iit vhh h held that trachoma nbun1
i would mil Irir u C'hlnene fioin ntuin
Iti gardll.g the decision leeenlly I'll I- i,,.,. t u.m.tU v J lliin a ee.lnln p"Ho.l.
eietl by tho Dopirlment of ('iniiiiii'iee If be Ii 1 1 propcrl) eunplletl with ilm
ii nd Labor, which lesulled lu the ie-,'nw'
Cuba Refuses So Pay. Havana .limn
111 Seeioliitj of Si-He Vnlej lu reply
ing to feiior Soler. Hie Spiulrh millili
ter, has ilit'llni'il to iiiusliler Si.ilu's
iuiipus,i Unit Ciib.i iimhuuii' u pn.linii
of Hie Spnnlsh ii.MI tl delit.
'fiW - TCMV
Freight Agents End 8etlon. New.
isirt News. Juno 19. Electing nmccm
and selecting I.os Angeles as tliu next
plaeo of meeting, the Vi eight claims
agents' asso'clatlon of America con
cluded Its eighteenth annual session
nt Old l'olnt Conirort today.
lease of Chen Yan, a Chinese held at
the Immlgiatlon Station since his :u- ti May T.i
rival In port on the Hlheilu Mj i"-1. wllhlii a ",
Milnf Ittiniliii-iitbiii liiEin-eloi II. C extenvl'm of ininllii'i Neir,
llrown, tllffets with lln-tvli'W lnheii nf tlld. At lln-'nid of Ibis lime In
tho matter by thoie Inleiesleil In lln ! u led to embiik. and wih hold up by
ease here. )e port physician and Immlgr.itloii of-
"While II is line that a t'liluetie Im-' 111 lain at Hongkong on iiccimiiiI of Ira
migrant, under the same conditions as , chimin, an cm- disease h" was nlleged
0 Walulua, VI. Ses-i I'lit.n Yan. mlKhl succeed In getting to have. This delay can P-d him over
Co., $311.50; 15 Oahu iln Hawaii, vt there aie exceptional-' Hie rMeiisliiu. and II was p-mly on Ihlsi
ly few nho could get In on that decl- ground that the Iroi.lile aiose. In bis
Hon. lu tact It will bo Just ns hard ' petllloii Mr. Ttiner made plain Hie
for them or any other Oileutals to get fact that Chen had adhered lo ihe let-
Sales Ilclwren Hoards: inn o.ilm
Sllg. Co.. $S(l.23; ."II Oahu Silg. Co.
1311.25; $10011 Pioneer lis, $101; Vm
Oahu Hug Co., $.1ii.'J.'i; ::n Oahu Sug
Co., $30.25; $IO,cUO Olaa fis, $li."5;
$IU0O Olaa As, $.u;.75; $3000 Hlln II. It
Ks. $96 $7000 Hlln It. It .lis, $'.!;; $llili'i
llllo It. It. lis, $9i!
ilon: 25 Oahu Hu
Sug. Co., $30.50; 20 Oahu Sug. Co.
$30.30; 40 Oahu Sug. Co.. $.10.30; 50
Oahu Sug, Co.. $3lf.i0; 13 Oahu Sllg.
Co.. $30.0; a'Oalnr'SuygrCo., $30 50.
Memo. No vesflon Monday, Jul) 5.
('Inn lefi here to lslt his own oiin ; ...... .. . ,
and wax to leliirn le-re ' ', "" . ..yi-..
,, , ,, , , . log or shooting on the Walnbie op
. lie ileel.led lo g.'l an ,..,, , , ,
I. !' MHIl'l lilt ' IMIIIUI f I
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't- I'lUIIDillH HI lilt.' Illll I'MfJH til I IU
"'," law. PAt'l, It. ISHNIIIIIK!.
is the best.
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 centt or
$78.10 per ton,
Sipr, 3.92 els
9ENRV WATERHODSE TRUST CO.
Mtmbert Honolulu btocs a id Cone
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T9.
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Thone 22 .
Weekly Bulletin, $l Year
I'.iss book No. 2829- r'lrst Am. Sav.
ft Trust Co. I'leaso return lo
Package conlnliilng IIiiIhIi wash
bilk dress between Young and
Country Club. Howard at this of.
Fox terrier pup; answers to name of
..Sport; whlto body; small black
(puis, on cnm find one on forehead.
Suitable reward If returned or III
formation given to C.ipt. F. (3. Mil
ler, Oil Tnnks, lwilel. 1353-lt
I'lionu 1299 ,
Cor. Ilcielanla and Union StieetJ.
Largo, well-ventilated rooms, sin
glo or en suite, Just opened.
Newly and handsomely furnished
To Lot I.aige yard anil outlinlld
ings, suitable for contractor, cur
peuler ,ele. Apply The Kniils.
foul, ir.'.l Iteielanln St. 1353-21
IF NOT WHY NOT?
Will Wood Put Out The
Blazing res Of
Whether some uiudld.ito for honors
; In thu Ancient Amble Order of Hit
Nobles of the M4llc Slirluo Is becom
ing somewhat shaky over tho Idea of
ilescenditu into llin Hell llko depths of
Kllauea mil wants tho old cauldron
cooled oft u little, or soniu IniMllo has
coiiceled the Idea In his dlsoideiiMl
lii'iilu of niriiin-; Hie II ru department
lome on the en Ih's liileiii.il lliewoiks.
is sometlilng Is hoiheiiug Secielar) II.
I', Wood oi the I'loniotlou Cotuuilttee
uilglitlly. Thelollonlug post-e.iril, ist
inaikeii II. in. Inl Ii, Mass, nnhi'il bj
Iho last mall;
(Iciitlenieii The air shlpM lime in
lived and to sta), and as the air Is
about as gah-tllled as It cm lie. as Hum
i tier storm piowi, ue, the tweutletli ecu
lury of young people, ask y nil to please
mako this now way of tr.iMd a plmth
uro, lusteiil of a danger an It now Is,
This star or planet Is on Hie Interim
(lutcinull?) us Miltauoes and coal
mines piovc, nnd Ihu coal giu ciiites
Ihuuder ami llghlnlng.
As tho liimliln Is local, and as Iho
stai cn nils plciit) of water, nu itsk
j on to Hood thu Inside of tho star, or
pl.iuet oi earth,
ABOUT THE SIZE OF IT.
I'leddj Ithwnur "Wliat la u 'pjum
ol passion.' p.i'.'"
Mr. Itliynior "It's Hie stump devour
ing one that liavrlil on niiiud trip del.
Us and emnes hoiiin in ionst."
Ex ALAMEDA, at
THE POPULAR STORE
A beautiful showing of LINGERIE
DRESSES, in white and evening
shades, $4.50, $5.00, $8.50, $11.00,
$12.50, $17.50, $22.50, $30.00
New Styles in LINEN SUITS, elegant
ly trimmed; cut and made to
Jitk Advanced- styles in
i irm a
i - , . ,, ,-,
1 t il
jjffi! 1 1 y
A grand display of
Purses and Handbags, in
cluding the new Patent
E. W.Jordan & Co., Ltd.
rM,w, wwfcn rif "J '' ' Zi'JLTTStWI?'
. Tr.., y f w-vm-fiy n ."l.WlfiHW'yWIIH .