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EVKNINO nOLLBTIN, HOrTOUJLO, T. H WEDNESDAY, July 14, '60.
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Shoes for Summer
Exclusive and novel
designs in Ties, Ox
fords and Button Shoes.
In PATENT KID. VICI
KID, GUN METAL,
$4.50 to $7.50
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Why Syvclter over a Hot
When you can iron in comfort on the lanai with an
Saves a thousand step; attachable to any light socket.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC . CO., LTD.
For prompt service and the lest meats ever sold here.
We haVe the choice of all cattle raised on the islands and
pick the best.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
HIGH-CLASS PAPED-HANGING. DECOHATIHO,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
8PEAK FOE THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. . PHONE 397.
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IT'S OUR TURN
Sunday will be the day when wc go it alone, not as a
chaser, but for our self alone as a beverage feature. It ,
is the drink for the multitude every day,
V Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
, JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
' 307 Judd Building.
Te'ephone 489. P. 0. Box C07.
Stock and Bond Broker,
S3 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 812. F. 0. BOX S28.
Honolulu stock exchane
Wednesday, July 14.
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2 Btewer St Co- '..i
Rwn Plantation Co ...
Hrn Agrir.Cn.. .
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'.vallan Sugar Vn....
ll'Htomu Sugar ft, ....
llalkn linear Cn ......
Hutchtann Sugar Plant.
Knttttku PUihUlKM, 1 n
KckahaSug- Co-. ....
Mr BryuV ogar Co ....
OnomtaBlgar Co ....
Oriola Fttgar Plant Co
Olaa Suitar Cn Ltd ....
P.iltau Sugar I'lint Co
Pacific Sugar Ml I
Jla rt.ntallon Cn ....
Vltrtkta sugar Co....
W.lltiku Sugar l o ,.
Walmanato Surbi Co..
Walmrl Sugar Mill Co
li ter-lalai. J Rlram N Co
HnRl H I.Corrd
Hill RTM.C" Com
Mb.uat Tlcl.ltnrie Co
Nahiku Rufihrr Cn Am,
Oahu k l,C
Mllnll K Co.
linn HA MCn
Hawaiian PI wai til, Cn
Maw Tc, 4 pr... .....
Maw Tct 4 pc .......
HawTtr i pc
Haw Knv uiic
Haiku S.irar CnAl.c
Ham. I llcli Cn ,
Ha. Irr-'"- MJi pc. l
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Honakia Sua at co fpc.
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Oahu It .Coc ..
Oahu ncar Cn ipe ..
Claa Siuar Cn 6 p c
Pac. Sua;. Mil Co. 6a
rl "lamalioiCo ....
Waiatua Kgtir Co pc
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Sales llatwcun Koanle: Jlfion miii
it. n. (!, jati 55; aono o. it. & i c.
5, 1101; :'S Oahu Sub. Co.. $9.50; 11
unim Hlis Co, $29 60; 25 Wnliiliu,
$92.50; 9 Onliu Sub. Co., $29.50.
Lateit sugar quotation 3.92 centa or
$78.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3.92 lets
BENRV WATERBOSSE TRUST a
Member Honolulv 'SioeK a id Bond
TORT AND MEhCHANT ST8.
An opinion wh toilny rendered by
tlio Supremo Court of tho Torrltory,
Chief Justice, Unrtwell dlBHcntlnK,
iifllrmlng the Judgment of tho Cir
cuit Court in tin! matter of the es
tate of William llrniih. Tho Klro
Commission appointed under tho act
15 of thq Sosslon I.SIWB of 1901. to
prnvidu for the payment of nil clulms
which inlght he mmla hy persona
whosu property was burned by or
der of tho Hoard of Health durliiK
I ho lilaKUC, awarded tho cstnto $800
under tho piovlslons of tho net.
1'oIIiiwIiik the order both Pane
King Cheo and Lum Knn, who own
ed tho destrojed bulldltiRs, leasing
tho lnnil, and tho estate tiled motions
to have tho entire sum paid to them
selves. Tho Circuit Court grunted
tho decision to tho estate, tho appel
t tow In;; girls at Mine, l.am-
ts Dressmaking rarlors, llar-
uiuun, luiuvr lull, toui-uv
Tho II it 1 1 c 1 1 n otllco hns for
salo tho largest and best nvc-ccnt
scratch pad ever placed un tho Ho
Intor-liland and O. R. A I.. shlooInK
Looks foi tale at the Bulletin
office, B0 each.
Anything now in tho sporting lino?
Anything good In tho liquor line? You
can find it at "Tho Two Jacks."
John II. Dorgstrom, plntio tuner and
repairer. Tortncrly with llergstrom
Music Co. 1 O. nox to. Phone 581.
Tho Anchor saloon with s Monty
Montgomery, C. O, and Joo Mem In
"Top" Is prolng qulto a popular re
Bort. (George Allen, tho adopted eon of tho
late Samuel Allen, h.ts nrrhcrt In town
from Alaska, fhvrc ho Is In tho salt
The hlschall game between the Mar
ines nml Transport men will be p1a)ed
at tho Lcngne grounds, Instead ot at
Anla Park. Play will start at 3
Thero wns n fine display of tho
night-hlooming ccrctts nt Punahou
Inst evening, but the effect wnB some
what spoiled by persons who had
picked .onio hundreds of the blot
soma early in the evening
Captain Piatt of" 'the Onlnanco IJt"
partment, who nrrUcd on tho Thomas
Inst ntghi, did not lose tn.nl tlmu be
fore getting to vtotk, as ho started
out to r'ort Hsuer this morning to in
spect nnd test the mortars there.
Miss Klorenco Cassldy will return to
tho mainland on tho next Alameda, to
resume her studies nt Berkeley. On
the samo dnto Miss Alice Porter and
Miss Agnes Cassldy will take passagu
to visit the big fair lit Seittle.
Jo Kritgas, tho jmitliful reformatory
runaway, before tho Pollcu Court this
morning is In niMltlon.il I rouble. Tlu
detectives are out iiiMhtlgatlns
charges thnt ho with lluio others "np
proprlatcd to their own uso a suck of
Silva'i Undertaking; Establishment
L. II. Kent, uiulertniUT ami embalm-
cr, 10 cars' exiicrlcncc. Mrs. draco
Kent, assistant, will caru for femnlo
cases. All business will reecho prompt
nttentlon, 1120 fort St. Phono 179
Night call 10H. v v
Brigadier General Murray sailed for
San Krnnclsco jesterd.iy on thu Illlon
Inn, Bcfoiu leading he s.ild that nhon
thu United Stntes Army hnd complet
ed the deft lit oh nt prerent In roursu of
construction, the Island of Oahu would
bu prucilcally impregnable.
Kolloulng tho dance which will bo
given nt tho Mo.nu Jlutcl tonight in
honor of the offlceisof thu 12tii In
fantry, an excellent bnnrt'conrort pro-
grnm has lice.ii prepared. Hod lint
Army nnd Navy peopldaro Invited, also
representative Honolulu people.
For tho purporc of making the duck
ponds near Walklkl more sinltary, nn 1
to stop tho stench that arises from thu
stugnnnt water In lnnriy of them, resi
dents of l.ench nni plinnlng to hne
iiinnlng water flumes cut through from
one pond to another, with a final out
let lo tho i ei.
Tho San FranelM-o Ilrldgo Company
has Hccurid tho cotitiart to build the
naval dry dock fit Pearl Harbor, and
work Is under way With u Hiirvolug
parly I'rcMilcnt lilacs of the bridge
company, Ik going over tho ground.
lire preparing data on the sinking of
shafts, nrcu to bu cleared, nnd material
Cliculnrs hnro been vent out ml-
dreksed In members of tho Unlvcrlty
Club, rrqiiostln? them to mihlMll llulr
lesiK-ctlMi oifliilniis ns to four pnnMi
Hltlons placed U'fiiru them for the pn
pised new rlii'bhniise, tnwlt: tlull i-
itlde.i I.nwn, Campbell homosteid on
Irmiiia street, lot belonging to IhIi(
Kstnlo on Hotel street, and tho Jatnos
Wulklkf residents have reason to fi el
very grateful to the genius of John
Carajdy, who has recently created n
ten mlniito.V' cutoff acrots tho duck
liouds from tho c-ir lino lo Kalla mid.
Mr. Cassldy was compelled to put in
bIx bridges, do considerable path cut.
ting, nnd clearing up of debris. Hu
has also strung electilc llghtH nltmg
tho new unci, and oxpcctH to put up u
new sign toon guiding tho good pcoplo
10 -cassiiiy'R station."
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8an Kranclsco, July 4. riTt of (he
merchant csseU on this cou,t to bo
equipped with tho modern lolcn the
steamers Mlssourian, NebinnLpii and
Coliimblnn of the Amerlcau-Il-iwnllan
lino luno been furnlshid with subniar
Ino signal npparutiis, uml uio thus bet
ter able to nnlgalo In thick m fugjy
weather with safety to tho chips and
those n board.
No nutter how denko tho fog the
siibmnrino bell on board may bo lioinl
iirtccn mljcs uwny In ordlnmy weather
and sea condition, nnd tho nppnratus
connected with tho Bstem In the hold
or ngalnst the cldo of the khlo dim
innnlcutes slgnnls fiom other similar
systems oter tho samo dlstante.
Oroat passenger llncis nn (ho At
lantic have been equipped with the
suhniarlno signal boll for soiiih time,
but tho big steamers of tlo American
Hawaiian company nro the lirtt on the
Paclllc to hao the device, excepting
tho lightships. In times of dniite fi-g
the Columbian, Nebraska!! or lllc
sniirlJii arn uhlo In mako their tut
tfon known to tho JlKhtBhlp n!Y thlr
lions, or in any MglitHlilp, whtlo hMII
nitcen miles uwny.
i ,ff--tf tfiyfJBmrTtfXllaialnJttyals ' iiMaHci
jggrrk TF .we ftwya forehand
miglit be nbont your clothes : the color
nnd p.ittern you like, the style of the fab
ric werstcd, cheviot serge; the model
nnd cit of snit and overcoat if you'd
told ns about it we couldn't have pro
vided for you better.
Hart Schaffner a Marx
Have more fabrics, patternst styles than any two
concerns in the' country together.' Wc select
from their great line; there's nothing that you
want that isn't here.
Suits and overcoats. Dine and black suits,
fall dress, T ttsedo n specialty.
This store Is the home of t
H&rt Schaffner & Hare clothes,
King nr. Fort
HARRIMAN TO DRINK BEER
TO GET HIS. "STEAM" BACK
Railroad Wizard to Sup, "Suds" At Austrian
SEHHERINQ, Austria. June 29.
Professor Strumpell, the
noted neurologist' has declared
that E. H. Harriman, the great
American railroad wizard, is under
nourished and has prescribed for him
a course of treatment designed to put
fat on the Harriman ribs.
"Drink large quantities of milk."
he told Mr. Harriman; ''cat plenty of
meat nnd cereals and drink unlim
ited quantities of malt beer."
"Three cheers for bread and beef,"
the railroad king is said to have
shouted at this juncture.
Mr. Harriman bejan this morning
the course prescribed for him by
Professor Strumpell. He will remain
here till July 15, when he will leave
for Bendosle to take radium baths.
"What you need," said the doctor, in Harriman's car,
, "Is Beer! Beer! Beer!
"Tnkc n stein in the morning; swei, drci, maybe flcr,
Of Beer!- Beer! Beer!
Is feeling so queer
, Needs Beer! Beer! Beer! :
"It'll build up your muscles, put flesh on your slals,
And drive from your belfry the cobwebs and bats.
It's gut medicine skinned every day in the year,
Has Beer! Beer! Beer!
"I like your prescription." says E. II., "here goes.
let rac stay in the land where the Wurzburger flows."
, If Harriman were in Honolulu the doctor
would recommend PRI MO, because its the
Beer that's Brewed
To Suit the Climate
FOR LARGE SUM
James Marshall has filed suit In the
Clicult Court ngnlnst Pringle, Iluiri
and Morcrlp for thd Bum of $10,00J,
lie claims the uiuount for injuries io.
eclved while woiklng as u carp liter
for the defendants, thu falling of u
tinlfVildlui,' breaking trwral rlh,
rhoiililir blades mid unions other
parts of his anntomy.
He claims n defict In the ledger sup
porting tho scaffolding upon which hoi
wns working, disavows tiny knowledge;
of tho defect, and states that when
ho commenced Ho work from tho top
of tho scaffold, it gao way and low.',
ered hlm-iapldly lo (he street, hu sua-!
talnlng the Injuiles'mentloned.
The firm Is a co-partnership imd,tli j
partners nro made lndl ldu.il defend
ants In tho suit.
Special Sale House Furnishing Goods
This week only 20 per cent reduction in all lines of honsefnrnisli
in? Roods CROCKERY, TINWABE, AGATEWARE, CUTLERY, BAS
HOUSEWIVES, ATTENTION ! Call early and secure bargains.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. TELEPHONE 240. 160 KINO STREET.
Tho Public IjhiiIk Department Is In
receipt of an application for n le.uo
of lands nt Kannln, Maul, from Dr.
Ita.Miionil, No netlon has JH been
taken on It. Itnnnoiu! Is said to want
the laud fur lauchlng purposes. Other
applications for homesleailliig on tho
samo land luno also been rcculvoil j
Lcasos oiijOnlialn, hinds will bo ad
vertised wllhln tho next few jIiijh I
Murston Campbell icporlrf the Will
men rler .embanl.meiit nroiosklng
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The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, &0 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
THIS WEEK a
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Special Sale of
Ladies' Rain Coats
Wonderful Bargains in
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W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.