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EVENING nULLRTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUUIMY, JULY 10, 1003.
Shoes for Summer
Exclusive and novJ
designs in Ti?s, Ox
fords and Button Shoes.
In PATENT KID. VIC
KID, GUN METAL,
TAN OOZE, '
$4.50 to $7.50
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.
This famous buttsr is better than it has ever been,
and the demand is unprecedented. We cheerfully recom
mend it to persons who want butter of a better quality
W. F. HEILBRON, PROPRIETOR.
HIQH-CLASS PAPEB-HANQINO. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
IT'S OUR TURN
Two hundied sheets of Rood school
paper for five cents at the Bulle
C. II. Jmlil of IIiIh city lotuiiKtl to
day on tin; Malum Ken,
Alex. 1). f.aruncli litis .owned an of
fice for the general practice of law,
Stnngonwald building, Nu. 501. ' '
Anything new In the sporting line?
Anything good In the, tluuor lino? Yuu
can 111! 1 It nt "The Two .InckB."
John 11. Ilcrgstiom, piano tuner anil
repairer, formerly n Itli Ilcrgstrom
Mualc Co. P. O. llox ID. Phono 3SI.
Thu Anchor saloon villi Monty
Montgomery C. O. ami Joe Morula
"Top" In piovlng inilto a popular re
coil. The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapocd
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1 -1
e t i n office
A. W, Carter, ncconip.Tnled by MrH.
Caitcr ami three chlldrrn, reltirneil
tills morning f.om Hawaii. They nr
iled on the Manna Kea.
The (lerniau Suinmer School on
llerctnnl.i street will open next Mon
day for a term of kIx wccKh, dally
from S a. m. to 1 1 n. in.
I'lklno. who droc a mule which was
not In a (It Btntc to work, waH given a
thirteen months' suspended sentence
hy Judge Andrndu iIiIh morning
J, T. Molr, mnnnger of Onninca Sug
ar Compni.y, came down thin morning
from Hawaii. Ho will probably lonvo
for IiIh homo next Tuesday, at noon.
II (Irccn, the celebrated lecturer,
will. It Ih unlet, Hpciik to the niemlierH
of .ho Kaniebiimehu Alumni Assoclu
tl i befoic he leaves the Islands for
William Ilos.irlo, who wan accused of
vagrancy, wan treated to a suipcnilcd
sentence of thirteen mouths this morn
ing at the Pollco Court. L. M. Sinus
appeared for him.
Jack Conlell ban leeched an' offer
to go luck to IiIh idd Job as Instructor
at the Hayes Valley Athletic Club Coi
dell was In charge theie for about
three enrs prior to tils going east
Knllmapiihu, which being tiausluted
mean "Swollen hntid," was HUlTerlng
from a swilled bend this moinlm:. hav-
Mnt? been rim In iih ii drunk IiimI tilirtil
Ho had to dig up $4 this morning at
tho Pollco Court.
(Jcorgo l)als was actpilttcd IIiIh
morning on n rhnige of assaulting his
wife. Attorney Stians. who appeared
for Davis, put up u dclt'iiso that Hie
woman had fallen down Mm Irs and In
jured herself In thai way.
Tour Koie.ui g'liubtcis who wcic
engaged In nu Interest lug gnmo of
"llano," which Is u .lapnncso g-imo of
chuncc, were arreated by Chi
and his men last night. Tho hunch
wete fined $9 each this iiiuiulug by
Silva's Undertaking Establishment
L. II. Kent, uudcrtuKer and embalm-
cr Iti oars experience. Mrs. uraco
Kent, assistant, will cnio for female
cases. All business will receive prompt
attention. 1120 Fort St. Phono 179.
Night call 10H.
The case against I'red Kaeck, who
was charged with assault on C I). Prin
gle, wns nolle prosscd this morning,
there being no'nppenmnco of the pros
ecuting wllness. Pilnglo was variously
stated to lie In tho hospital, at burnt,
anil Inking a cUll sorIce eaii'luatloi.
An) how ho did not show up and
Kaeck was discharged.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 628.
HONOLULU STOCK UCHAME
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! Brewer ft O .....
Rw PlftnUtlntiCn ..,
Haw, mi Aviir ('.. .
ftxwCnm ft R Co ..
Ittumitiin 4uifnrf ,
Moiiotnu Htisa Ci ..
ifnnnkm uf (V
IUiVutiifr O ft
Hutchison Sugar r..t.
Ktbtiku l,1uiint i n
K1oaSi.KM Co ... .
M Hfflenicit Co .
(Mho S r Cn P
Onorrrfi 3 ivnrCn ...
O ko1ft?nflr Hai.l Co
OU Pujr Co I lit .it.
Dlmtalu Co,,, ,.
Paalmu iiRir rlm Co
Pacific feiiRnf Ml.. ..
Pain P'atilMlmi Co ..
Hiri i i
I .tin, oil
Sunday will be the clay when we ro it .ilonc, not as a
chaser, but for our self alone ns a bcvcraRC feature. It
is the drink for the multitude every day.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
P iwi Mil'
VVala'ua Ann"! r .
VWtluku Sue,, ' o
Watmaitatn Hucai Li,
Wnirntu Siif-ar Mill Cn
liitrr-Mn I Mm N To ll ,"l (1 1
Mm KTSr l.WUn
Mutual Tlriilintie Co
(lahil kAI, Co
Ilmi Hft MCo-
Hawaiian P' wa 4e Cn.
lf TfMl fl'll.CI
Haw Trr , p c
Haw Trl ,-t uc
HawTtl l pc
Haw Gov I t pc
HalVu Siinar Co pc
Ham. PI cli Cn ,
Mi ltr-f ri'.'i pc l
lUw- brlc-Or, i a, .
tlar Cfn,t,1c Sua Vi 1 1
(III., KCn Cnil n c
Hnnk la Suirii cn f pc
II... . KTll'i. p c
KiJula Ditch Co. fe
Mbrif !i Co,ta,
f)ahu Siuar Co spc .
Ctaa Sugar Cn6 pc .
I'ac- Sue 'till Co, ti
Hal. "lamalin.i Co ....
I'lontt Mill Cn 6 pc..
Waiai a &tir Co ) i c
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F we knew beforehand
iust what vour idea
might be about your clothes: the color
and pittcrn jou like, the style cf the fab
ric worsted, cheviot, serge; the model
nnd cut of suit and overcoat if you'd
told us about it vc coaldn't have pro
vided for you better.
Hart 'Schaffner a Marx
Have more fabrics, patterns, styles than nny two
concerns in the country together. We select
from their gicat line; there's nothing that you
want that isn't here.
Suits nnd overcoats, Blue and black suits,
full dress, Tur.cdo a specialty.
This stcic is t'.tc home of
Unit Schaffner & Mars clcthcs.
Hail ,cbifacr At Ulan
("UlFi'd III-' shutdown.
Carl tl. Klidier and (! I.. Ilum
huugh. pilot and aid of the balloon
Indiana, in liimwlciljinl that they had
dlriiuiillllcd In having tombed eiuth
twite beforo they made their lliial
limiting In I lie national distance iticu
of the Aeio (-hill of Amvik-.i.
Charles Mlllor. who worked ns n
waiter In the old Astor ltoue III
New York nt $31 a mouth, has ic
slgnid and Is going for a trip to Ku-
I) nftci lie became hopehssly insane.
ope He has ih cumulated a
tune of $JIMI not).
fill- -.41'. 0 (tinfederates who died ns
oners of war at l'oit Dvdcware.
FOR HOLDING HI J
Salvs lletween Itouids .",S Pioneer,
$170; 10 Oiihu Sug. Co.. $:S.'. $ln n
Hllo It. It. Rs, $'.ui.2.'. Session. 10
Wnluliin, $02; S Wiilalua, $92.Sl, l
O.iliil Sug. Co.. $2fl.7u. Ill O.ihu Sug
Co, $2fl.7r,; 10 Oaliu Sug. Co.. $2;i.7.'i
10 O.iliil Sug. Co., 2H ".; 10 O.iliil Sug.
Co., 2!.7.j fi Onlm Sug. Co, $2'.l.7;
10 Oiihu Sug. Co., $2 7.V, 9 O.ihu Hug.
Co, $29.73; SO HnwrC. . 8. Co, (S. 5)
$31.25. i " sr '
I)llileuds-.lul ID, 1909: Paauh'iii,
20c. sbaie; Wnlliiku, 3 per cent; Hutch
Insoii, 2He. eluile.
Latest sunar quotation 3.92 cents or
$78.40 per ton,
Soiar, 3,92 cis
Beets. j9s 5 l-4d
HENRY WiTED!IOy6E TRUST CO!
Member Hunolulit HtocK a d Bond
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8TS.
Tho case of the Iteform School girl
who ran awn; from the Institution two
weeks ago, and who up till Thursday
last was lildlng In Ihe homo of a
Chinaman on l.lllhn street, It, attract
lug u lot ol police attention, ami Chief
I.eiil this morning arrested Ah Chong,
the Chlnctu who Is alleged to hint:
kept the gill In his house.
Tho gill, who upon homing that the
police wen on hoi trail, had gono li.u-V
to the srhool of her own ntcord. Is
nettrl) fifteen yeais of age and has
admitted lo Lenl that t-ho was living
with the Chinese during thu tlmu sho
was away fiom the sehool. Ah Chong
will appear befoie .lutlgo Andraile on
Mondiij inorulug, but on what rliuigu
Is nut yet settled.
MR. DENBY HONORED.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Hon, Charles Denby, Hulled States
Consul at Shanghai, passed tluough
on tho Mongolia with his family. The)
wero onteitalued by thu Ciovernor anil
by II. digits Holt, who leecully io
tinned from Shanghai, where he repie
rented the Pacific Mall Company
Mr. Denby has intidu a most cm I
able record at Shanghai and tho dinner
gien in his honor previous lo his tie
paituro for homo wns one of the most
notable nRfembllcs over held In Sluing
hal.'.Mr, Holt was on tho general com
mltteo or arrangements thnt contained
reproRontntles of ooiy government
Willi coiiMilnlos In Shnnghal, oeiy
principal biiHlneus and b inking hoiiso
In tho cltv and the leadoiu In piofes
slouiil and gmeiiiiiienlnl elides. In
addition to the complimentary dinner,
Mr Kenny was piesented with tin nil
ihesK signed by the leuilerx of Shang
bal expro-ifiliu; tho appi eolation of Ids
JT QULLUTIN ADS PAY
w in Hi Ii (ow for sale. (
gel, 1 3117 Alexander SI,
Por swell gowns, designs fiom
uim fc Doiuet, perfect lit, sco
Mine l.nmnuit, lltiiilson lllock,
lleietaula ttllil l'oit St. I'I3S-IU
S1:AI.1:I) THNDXHS will b reteU
cd nt the ollice of the Supoiluteudeut
or Public Works until 12 m. or Wed
nesday, July 21. 1909, fur furnish
ing the Public Works, Public Lands
nnd Siucy Dep.u tniciits and Hoard
of Agrlciiltme ami I'tiiestiy with uu
Specifications on lllo In thu olllte
of the Superlntcinleut of Public
Works, All tenders to bo on blanks
The Kiipeilutendent of Public
Woiks leteiM-B tho light lo reject
any or nil bids.
Siipeilnleuilcnt of Public Works
Honolulu, .Inly 10, Uiil'.i. i:i',8-2t
Morning, July 12th
We Will Begin a Special Sale Of
Two Extraordinary Purchases
The First is 200 Ladies' Cravenette Raglan Coats
Bought far below their value. The line'comprises'Coats
worth from $12 to $15 in all styles, sizes and colors
and will be offered at
$5.50, $6.50 and $7.50 .
The Second Great Special is a Purchase of 20,000 Yards
of Swiss and Cambric Embroideries
The values are simply astonishing.
NEW - TO-DAY
There will bo n meeting of tho
Queen's Hospital Corporation at 9 30
a in. on Wedneshday, July 1 I, In the
looms or thu Honolulu Chiiiubor of
CommfiKo for tho puiposu of elct t
lug ii president anil six trustees mid
for tho consideration of such other
business which may come before It
iiudci the now charter rjranteil,
anoitflu w, smith,
S35G July 7, 9, IS, II.
4 for 25c
3 for 25c
Edgings and insertions, worth 12 l-2c for .
I Edgings and Insertions, worth 15c, at
Edgings and Insertions, worth 20c, at .
Edgings and Insertions, worth 30c for
Edgings and Insertions, worth 35c for
Edgings and Insertions, worth 40c for .
All over. Swiss Embroideries, worth 75c for
These prices seem ridiculously low, but are true
in every particular
The secret is the Wrappers were slightly damaged in
transit. We received a big allowance in consequence.
, Every yard of Embroidery is in perfect condition.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE OFFERINGS AT
E W. JORDAN & CO, LTD.
Unlfcrms at Palo Alto. IMIo Allo, Typewriter Factory Shuts Down. i Once Proiflerous; Diet a Lunatic
June 29. Mllllar etulpnient has bien fallen, N. Y., June 29. Notice was San Jose, June J'l -.l)r Jtinies It. Cm
rc(dcd by the recent! oiganlzed posted In the Iteuilngtou typewriter now, wbo lormcrl) w-.m one or the best
company or Hi" National (In ml at this winks at lllon today that coiunii nclng known mil most prospeioiis ph)8lclaiiH
point. Including uniforms, guns, hhiul; 'with Jut) 1 the establishment would III this clt), died in the state hospital
ets tinil kit equipment The tuesllon tie elo.ed until further notice The ror Inr.mu ut Agnew. where ho had
or securing nil armors will be tn'rfcn up works employ 2100 people nnd tho p.ij.' been n pntlcnt for sou-riil jt-.irv, last
by Ihe lnhy org miration at once. 'roll Is $in,voo n week. Labor troubles night. Ills wife died from grlt-r idiorl-
The government will ered a mon
ument lu the (onreilerate Mitlou of
I'lnn's Point National reuietcrj ut
Salem. N J , to mark the graves of
lhtiiui&h,:toMlfaNi' fa "w pA )n, t.','ralt;,ii-'tak'Jia ' r,