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We hive new anl high-grade itock. continually ar
riving. You can always get lomething that ii chic,
novel and good, lome thing worth having from the choice
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Comfort means Economy
1 A Wettinghonie Ilectrio Fan in your Office meant
comfort, and comfort meant economy. You know the
whole office force workt better 'and givet you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a cool day. Wettinghoute Fant
make all dayt "cool dayt." We have all -types of fant
ready for you to carry away with you.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
For prompt service and the bett meats ever told here.
We have the choice of all cattle raited on the itlandt and
pick the bett.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
HIGH-CLASS FAFEB-HAKOIKO. DECORATING,
AND tJEHEBAL PAINTING
SPEAK FOB THEMSELVES,
ELTTE BUILDING. ,
IT'S OUR TURN
Sunday will be the day when wc go it alone, not at a
chaser, but for our self alone at a beverage feature. It
it the drink for the multitude every day.
Consolidated Soda Water Works 0)., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
Alfred D. Cooper
'' Cable and Wlrelett Address
Western Union and Lleber't
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Boight and Sold'
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stoek
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
t 83 icBBOHAKT ST.
PHONE 618. P. 0. BOX 028.
Friday, July 25.
Hwa Ptantati6nCo ....
Ilawal'an Ainlr. On....
Haw Com Ru Co ..
Hawaiian Rugar Co,...
HottfHnu Sum Cft ....
Honokaa Piia-ar (?ft ..
Ha'tunrarO ... ..
Hu chiton Sntar mat.
kahiikii riAiiia(ntt Cn
Kraaha Sua- fo-.
Koloa Saaar Co
V-Bfylf huki Co ....
Oiba Sifttr Co
OiMfiira Bleat Co ,,.
O kola PNar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Hit ....
Faahaa Aurar Plant Co
Pala PlarrianonCo ....
Ptpttkro Sua-ar Co....
Flouer MII'Co i
Vtalalua AgrlcC ....
Wallukuhuaai ( ,.
Walnwa Surar Mill Co
li.t.lin.t Strtm NCo
Hon RTA L Co Com
Mutual TtlCTiliotit Co
Claim k ft 1. Col. '..,,
Illlo B R C J, ......
Ho.. KftoiCo;.. .'
Hawaiian PI Kapitt Co.
Haw Tarnc... . ....
Haw Tti U pc.......
Haw Tct ! pc,.,.,,.
Haw Govt a PC........
Ham. DlirC Co.,
Ha. Irr-" JJfpc-ml
Haw. lirlit.co:.W V
WtOniaat3Uaf 1U I
Hlfct R Co Coti Spc
Vf. 0 II
Honakaa Snf ai.c fpc
iih. k i m u l i' u c
Konala Ditch Co. T
M. .iyo a C' M, , ,
Oahu Suiar Co i p c .. .
Olaa Suiar Co p c.
Pac Sua. Mill Co, 6i
Pala "laalalliHi Co .,,,
Walaiua AflkCo ape
LOCiL AND GENERAL
The B ii 1 1 e 1 1 n oSlco lins for
sale thef largest nnd best nvc-cent
scratch pad ercr placed on the Ho
Moonlight bathing was Indulged In
by a big crowd of both sexes last night
tnter-tsland and O. R. A 1 shipping
took for sale at the Bulletin
I office, 50 each.
High Sheriff William Henry returned
on the Clmtdlno from Maul, where he
.went on Territorial business.
Anything new In tho sporting lino?
'Anything good In tho liquor lino? You
can flni It at "Tho Two .tacks." "
I Ten good nuto-hncks. I'hone 0.
I Tako your carriage or nulomobllc
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fur
uii to-dato repairs.
Tno new AiasKa-iiiKon-i'iicinc rair
postaga stamps aro proving very pojv
ular, and many people are buying them
to keep Si souvenirs.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo aurprlscd at lta cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agnts.
The New York baseball tenni again
put It over the Boston bunch by n
scoro of 4 to 3 today. The game was
witnessed by a big crowd of towns
people. Secretary H. 1'. Wood of the I'roi.io.
tlon Committee Ib In receipt of n cable
from Seattle announcing the death of
Charles Flelsen, who Is said to ha"
boon n resident of Illlo.
There was a' tremendous crowd nut
nt Walklkl Wednesday au'iilng and the
fccoro of 4'lo 3 Thursday. The g.uno
was witnessed by a big crowd of
Wide-awake agents wanted for
Roods that tell; $5 starts you in
good paying; bntiness. Write for
particulars to Wolteo Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Bow, Hew York.
James Gordon Spencer tins been
having considerable trouble lately
with poachers on his up-vallcy place,
and a few days ago his men ran one
off tho land at tho point of guns.
Silva't Undertaking Establishment
U- II. Kent, undertaxer and embalm-
cr, 16 years experience. Mrs. draco
Kent, assistant, will care for female
canes. All buslncsH will rccclvo prompt
atti-mlon. 1120 Kort St. l'hono 179.
Night call 1014.
M. T. Elmonton yectenlay filed a
master's loport oil tho account of I..
Apana, the guardian of Loo Soy lan
and Loo T.in Chee, Tho reiort shows
that tho guardian
Fine Panamas are in vogue
always. We have a stock fresh
from South America negligee
styles. Also Isim styles, $7.50,
$10, $12.50, $15, and $20.
We have, altogether, the ''very best of soft hat
elegance 'to be found in the city.
55 Silva's Toggery,
ARMORY FAVORED j
Sales Between Boards: 6 Pioneer,
$173; 100 Hutchinson, 117.25; 25 Ko-k-!in,
$175; 25 Kolnlia, S173; 10 Wula
lilt, S98.G0. Session: S Onhu Sug.
Co.. $29; C Oahu Sug. Co.. $28.75; 5
O.ilni Su;. Co.. $28.75; 6 Oahu Sug.
Co., $28.75; 10 Walnluu, $98,75; 10 Wal
nlim. $98.75; 5 Pioneer. $173.23; 10
Oahu Sug. Co., $28.75; 10 Ewa, $28.75;
in K.vn, S28.75.
' Latest sugir quotation 3.93 cents or
$79.10 per ton, .
Su ar, 3.95 cts
Beets JOs 6t)
HEHR WATERHOUSE 1RDST CO.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
FORT ANU MEhCHANT 8T8.
TELEPHONE' 7 It.
WILL CELEBRATE -CALIFORNIA'S
On September 9th one of the most
ili'llglitful social iiventH of thfi year'
will tnku ulaco at the Mouna llolel.. It
Is well known that the celebration of
tho ontranco of California Into the
Union Is looked forward to by society
In general nnd this year will bo no ex
ception, Messrs, V)i'i O, Noyes,
l'runk C. Knoa and Jules M. I.ey are
the moving spirits and aro planning to
inakn this year's celebration excol all
thoso of provlous years.
The customary grand ball will be
held and tlioush tho i'paclous dining
hull of tho Moanii Hotel has not yet
boon actually engaged General Man
ager Hertscho will be approached to
day on the return of tho Alameda and
no difficulty Is anticipated In making
tho necessary nrrangoments.
Tbo committees upon whom thu nec
Cfcsury (IctutlH will devolve will b
pointed shortly and no efforts will be
spared to make the bnll one huu tun..
39mmitt:e Appointed To
" Investigate Whole
At the meeting of tho Merchants'
Ansoelatlon held yestcrlay afternoon
former President (leorgo W. Smith,
'chairman of the committee on legis
lation, suggested tho necessity of
providing nn nrmory for tho N. O.
II. llo prefaced bis remarks by
reading n letter from tho Assistant
IWHJII Niuns , , ... . ,... ..
has charged him- . '.'7 " " ' .. .
solf with $21,243.71 anil anka to bo nl- " vlmK" "'"TT u
INC Jiltl b UlyiillD iLiiiwij ill iv,nin
to her defense was urged. Tho As
sistant Secrctnry pointed out that,
under the nc law, tho Nnttonnl
(luard Is a part of the first lino of
defenso and thatitho States and Ter
ritories should make every effort to
render It effective, both by moral
encouragement and by providing
suitable armories. '
"The California legislature, realis
ing tho necessity for assisting tho
National Guard, appropriated $450,
000 to build an armory In San Fran
cisco," said Mr. Smith. "No pro
vision was made for a site, howover.
Tho pcoplo of San. Krnnclsco deter
mined to hnvo that armory and they
rnlsed, by private Hiilixrrlptlnn,
$250,000 within a very few days for
the purpase of buying n lot."
Mr. Smith thought that n commit
tee should bo appointed" to securo n
guarnnlee of sufficient money to
erect a siitlnblo armory, stnting thut
the Federal or Territorial govern
ment can bo looked to to supply tho
"1 believe, that we should rccog
nlso tho efforts of the Federal gov
ernment to provide sullablo protec
tion for this outpost of tho I'nolflc,
nnd should show soma desire to help
ourselves. If wo raise this money. '
It cnnncit full to mako a good Im
pression on Washington, as It will
demonstrate that wo lire not Inter-
There will' be another swimming
race at the Walklkl Inn In tho near
future, and quite, a number of men
are in, active tracing ror the event.
Two prizes will be allotted, and the
handicaps should bring the swim
mers close together at the finish.
Theharidball tournament at the
Y. M. C. A. Is going along strongly,
and John Tlaptlste, who Is leaving
for Illlo, Is being allowed to pin
his games In advance so as to hnvo
a chance for the championship. He
has been defeated twice by Chris.
Lewis and M. O. Johnston and has
to meet Decolto tonight.
An official request from tho Mer
chants' Association of Honolulu will b"
carried to tho National Irilgiitlon Con
gress by Territorial Forester Hosmer
asking that every effort bo made to ex
tend government reclamation work on
(ho Islands. The resolution addressed
to thu Congress was pissed iinnntm
otlsup nt H meeting of tho Association
A men's singles tennis tournament
for tho Wnli cup will begin on the
Uerctnnla Club courts Saturday, July
.11. Kntrles will bo received at
ouca by either It. II. Klctnw or It. II.
Itoot'.i. The drawing for the first
matches will take plate next Friday
at 5 o'clock p. in, Tho present bold
er of tho cup Is W. I.. Warien, Ills
possession of It will bo strenuously
disputed by at lant three of the
club's best plqyers, A. I,. I.owrcy.
Capt. Low and K. S. Gee.
185 King St
?u xJt Jig .til 'Tfiinfff
. oafes. y
liwaiian Iron Fenw and Hnnument Warks
PXT to vuiNG.Bl.DO.. ITft.100 K NO "-nr.f'
NEW: - TODAY
Special Sale House Furnishing Goods
This week only 20 per cent reaction in all lines of housefumisli-''
inc goods CROCKERY. TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CUTLERY, BAS-
HOUSEWIVES, ATTENTION ! Call early and secure lianrains.
csted In tho Army nnd Navy simply
Los Angelas Assessment. Los An
geles, July 7, Los Angeles has gained
$10,000,000 In taxable property, uecord
lug to tho 1909 assessment. Tho total
ntipeKHinent nfter equalization Is $275
S10.105. nnd the tntnl Ivl V;ir wan
"IN TUB ClftcJlf COURT, FIH8T
Circuit, Territory of Huwall, In
Probuto. , At Chambers. In tbo
Mutter of the Kutate of Antonio II.
Sllva, deceased. On rending anil fil
ing the Petition nud Accounts of
Juliana da Bllva, Kxecutjlx of tho
Kstato of Antqrilp Ilt Sllva, deceased,
of Honolulu, wherein petitioner asks
to be alloWod $0.1 and charged with
$4S6, and asks'thut the same bo ex
amined and approved, nnd thnt n
final order be made of distribution
of the remaining property to tho
person thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties
from all further responsibility here
in: It Is ordored thnt Monday,
tho 30th day ot August, A. D, 1909,
at 10 o'clock a. in., before the Judgo
presiding at Chambers of said Court
at his Court House In the Judiciary
Ilulldlng In Honolulu, County of
Honolulu, bo and the' same hereby Is
appointed the time and place tori
Hearing nam rmiuiin .inn Account, 1 rnuomlce,l tlmt the commltlee would
nnd thnt nil persons Intrusted mny ,)e nl,jl0nlm, Bhnrtly.
then nnd there appear and shriw 1
cause, If any they liuve, why the
tame should not be granted.
Ily the Court,
Clerk First Circuit-Coin.
D.ilnl the 22d ilnof July, 1!hV..
13119 July 23, 30; Aug. Ii, 13.
as n mcanB.of Increasing our rove-j
nuox," snld Mr. Smith In conclu
sion. Vlco President Walter Dillingham,
who prcsded, made a strong talk In
favor of the plan. Ho said that ho
thought tho Idea was n good one,
und that Mr. Smith's talk had sug
gested (loop ideus to hlni. He thought
that It would be best to nppolnt 11
rustling committee first, and that
later on another committee, of which
0110 member of the llrst committee
would be n member, could be form
ed to Invite nil the people of 10
Territory to contribute to tho (und
for the building of tho Armory.
Forty thntnmnd dollars, was
thought, by Colonel Jones, sufficient
to .erect a llrst-clnss armory, and
Mr. Smith, nin interviewed tho
Colonel ubout tho matter, reported
that the present drlllshcd wns to bo
tisul In futuro by the Army us n
storcHiusc; the Guards would t)iou
have no home at all.
'A. K Meyers moved that tho re
nmnicndntlon of the legislative rnm
mlttcelie carried out und n commit-,
leo nppolnted to take up tho mattijr
of an armory. The motion wns car
ried unanimously, und the chairman
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
160 KINO STREET.
HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. TELEPHONE 240.
Fatal Premature Blast. Salinas,
C11I.. July 9. Clonlein Tomnsso, an
Italian employed In the Stone Canjon
coul mine. 70 miles south of here, was
killed today and two others Injured,
0110 fatally, by Iho pinm.ituio ovplnilnu
of a blast.
THIS WEEK we re
spectfully invite your atten
tion to our bargains in'
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
Fort Street .
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