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KVENINO nULLBTIN. HONOMJLO, T. H., SATOnOAY, JULY 24, 1909. "
Comfort means Economy j
A Wcstingltouse Electric Fan in your Office means
comfort, and comfort means economy. You know the
whole office force works better snd gives you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a ccol day. Westinghouse Fans
make all days "cool days." We have all types of fans
ready for you to cany away with you.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. '
For pionipt .service a:td the best meats ever sold here.
Wc have the choice of all cattle raised on the islands and
pick the best.
WILLIAM F. HEIIBRON, Proprietor.
. . -utanmm
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANCHNG. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING;.
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
. ELITE BUILDINO. 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 a beverage feature. It
is the drink for the multitude every day.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co.. Ltd.
JOHN SOHLEIFF, Manager.
1 For All Practical Purposes
Itti Here is a Shoe that stands distinct among present
iTSt day styles of its kind. I Western Union and Lleber't
law I Codes.
I $4.50 fgk $4.50
High and Low. Tans and Blacks. Xea and Calf. It
is a shoe that is made well sets well, wears well. It is
a shoe that is solid throughout.
1 M- MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. 0, Dox 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 012. P. 0. BOX 628.
Haturday. July 21.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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Mil fhlaon Sugar Plant
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O kolahucjar Plant Co
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Plifrrr Mill Cn
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Walmra Sura- Mill Cn
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Wala.ua jtir Co IPC
Sales Uctwccn lloanls: J10.O0O Val
ulna Ch. tlllU; IS Onlm Stilt. C'u., $23.75;
23 Pioneer $17.1; $10,000 Hllo It. It. Cm,
J9C.GU: G Haw. O. & 8. Co., 32.2S; 11
Haw. C. & S. Co., $32.25; 31 Wa'lalna,
$99; 10 Wnlalua, $99; 10 Kwa, $28.75;
10 Kwn. $28.75; 50 Kwa, $28.75; 70
Oalm SllK Co., $28.75. Hrnslon: 15
I.-I. S. N. Co., $110; 15 Onlm Hub. Co,
$28.75; 25 Olaa, $3.50; 25 Olau, $3.50;
10 Olaa. $3.50; 10 Olaa, $350; 30 Olaa.
$3.50; 5 Olan, $3.50; 50 Olaa, $3.50; 45
Olaa, $3.50; 10 Oalm, $28.75; 7 Oalm,
$28.75; (! Onuniea, $44.75; 9 Oiiomoi,
$44.75; 5 Pioneer, $173; 10 Wnlalua,
$99; 20 Oalm Bur. Co.. $28.75; 10 Ono
mea, $44.50; 5 Ouonica, $44.50; 10 Ono
Latect iligir quotation 3.S5 cent or
$79.10 per ton.
Sugar, 3,95 cts
Beets JOs 6d
HENRY WHER'BOUSE TRUST CO.
Membert ' Honolulu. BtocK and Bond
FORT AND MEKCHANT ST8.
The II u 1 1 c 1 1 n office liat for
cale tho largest and beat five-rent
tcratch pad ever placed on tho Ho
Ten goort anlo-liackn, Phono C.
Ainonc tho arrlvnln from l.uhalna,
Maul, this morning wan 1). K. Kalintt
lello. Toko your carrlnKe or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage ManfR. Co., for
up-to-ilate icpalrs. '
Inter-Uland-am! O, R. & L. (hipping
Looki for sale at the Bulletin
ofilco, 60 each.
Major I-onfi of Camp Very called on
Captain Cnrwln V. Hees at tho Naval
Station this morning.
Mr. mid Mrn. Sam Woods of Kohnl.t,
Hawaii, aro In town. They arrived to
day on tho Mautia Kim.
Anything new In tho nportlng HnoT
Anything Kud In the liquor HnrT You
can And It at "Tho Two Jacks."
The Industrial- Editi&u of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
read; for mailing, w cents at fl u I
1 e t i n office.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprlited at its cooling
nnd preservative proportlt California
Feed Co., ngnts.
Tho Honolulu pisrengeiH who or
rlvcd on tho Kotc.t from Japan nnd
aro now on Quaratitluo Island, will he
released by Dr. H.b.y next Tiieiday
The polo match ut I.clluhua
starts at 2 o'clock today, and a big
crowd ofipeople will be going out
per nutos to tee the game.
Wide-awake agents wanted for
aoods that sell; $5 starts you in
good paying , business. Write for
particulars to woisea Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Bow, New ork.
Miss Kale Woodartl, on Kort street.
next to thu convent, has n Hue line of
wash embroidery hllks, 1). M. C. em
broidery cotton nnd wood. A new lino
of stamping patterns Just recelu-d.
Mrs. Frank Oouvela and family wish
to sllncorely thank their many kind
friends for tho sympathy and klndtters
shown during their recent bereave
Silva'i Undertaking Establishment
I.. II, Kent, undertaker and embalm
cr, 10 years' experience. Mrs. Ornce
Kent, assistant, will cure for fcnialo
cases. All business will receive prompt
iittuntlon. 1120 Kort St. Phono 179.
Night call 1014.
I.. Wlthlngton, who rowed No. 6
for Marvard when they defeated
Yale, came in on the Alameda yes
t$rdayv f H0 wag met by his' brother,
and congratulations were tlien In
order. The 'Vnrslty oarsman looks
well and Is, In excvllcuUcoudltlon.
It Is to be hoped that tho business
people of the city support the big
league ball gamss by. purchasing
season tickets for rome. In this way
the game would be supported nnd n
lot of goo tldoite In many ways. Sea
son tickets for leierved scats only
cost $4, nnd for $2.50 general ad
mission to the whole series may bu
HOTEL MANAOER AT EXPOSITION
(Continued from Pure 1)
hump up against pcoplo who had at
one time or another lived In or vis
ited Honolulu, I also met u big lot
of people who announced their In
tention of making tho Honolulu
trip lu the near future, nnd In that
way there Is no doubt that our ex
hibit at tho exposition will do a
great dent to advertleo Hawaii.
"Wo had n flno trip down on tho
Alameda, and the passengers were a
most congenial lot. The weather
was all that could be desired, and
the fast run was most enjoyable. I
had a fine holiday, but after all
thcia Is no place like Hawaii nel,
r.ml I am glad once more to bo hack
In the Paradlso of the Pacific."
Mr. Hei telle resumed the reigns
of olllce today and was a very busy
man. Ho made a run out to the
Moana first thing this morning and
also a Hying trip to the Hawaiian
. 4 (.
"HAT" GOES OVER
10 TAKE WALK
Runaway With Ostrich
Very lltflr escapes the vigilant
eyes of the police. Arrests from all
classes of humanity arc made dally,
but the limit was reached today
when Officer Tripp arrested a hat,
and the hat was Just out for a stroll
As he was patrolling tils beat be
(ween 10 and 12 o'clock this morn
ing In tho vicinity of Thomas Square
ho was astonlshejl to see a hat come
careering across the squaro with a ,
following wind. The ofllccr at
once gave chase and soon arrested
the obstreperous hat. It was n
pretty hat of black straw with two '
lino white ostrich feathers, nnd pos-'
stilly visions of the nice present It
would make to some lady friend filled
the officer's mind. He Immediately
took It to police headquarters, where
he notified tho receiving officer of
tho arrest r.rid duly entered It Into
Unfortunntcly for Oftyer Tripp,
the hat had not been thero very
long before one Ah Kong, an auto
mobile driver, cnnio to claim tho hat.
la t... nl.i.lVd.1 nvlilnnpn lif ll n V I III
dropped the hat, It was given to him
nnd safely taken home.
IV IS I
I '21 K if
f if n
San Ffanci.co's Hulk-
balloo Dissected Is Not
Ono of the "destltntn Spaniards" San
KranclKCo tnutlo sueh a fuss about Ian I
ed rrom tho Alnnieila'wgli $30) In his
Thero wos not a Spaniard In the
whele lot and oven the 8an Fraiiclrc i
record shows that hut two ofitho fam
ilies bail asked for relief.
Ah soon as the people nrrh'id, a good
sharo of tho Portuguese who had been
here beforo. made tracks for Punch.
Somo of the pcoplo wero Porto Illc
mis left In San I-Vunclsco from tho fiat
lot shipped throiiKh from Porto IIIco.
They didn't find tho Hay City all they
expected. Others were Porto means
who had wandered away from the Is
lands and wore glad to have their fun)
An Investigation In San KrancUco
r-howed that somo of tho people over
whom such a hullahalloo was made had
niuiniiinmtd tho toiler agents of the
city. Also that they hud furnished
thu opportunity for soma relief ugent
to nimflum tho relief fund as In ono
caso tho accounts showed $700 or some
liich an amount paid out for these
people that never reached thu alleged
destitute ones In any form.
As a matter of fact tho destitute
Spaniards aro n very healthy lot or
Portuguese and Poito lUcans, with Just
enough exceptions to provu tho ruin.
Sun Francisco niadu n gieat ileal of
nolso over 11 ery llltlo matter. How
over thero aro opportunities for work
waiting these people mi tho pluuta-tlons.
Tho petition or Mary Atcherley, wire
or thu alleitetl Insano doctor, Pit Mid
relenso or her husband on habcai cor
pus proceedings f 101:1 the Insane Ai.y
linn, wherj he liud been committal by
Judge Atii'railo. wits denied today ny
Circuit Judge HobiiiMiii. Attorney Har
rison made a long argument 011 tho
charges upon which the petition was
based biiu It was or no avail. Attor
ney Gencal Hemt'iiwiiy and County
Attorney Cnthcart represented the
Tho petition was bared on the
grounds that tho District Magistrate
had no Jurisdiction lu the caso mid
that tho law upon which he was rent
to tho Incline Asylum Is unconntltii
tlonal. Atcheiley has appealed to tho
IN THE CHtCUlT COUltT. KHtST
CIKCUIT or tho Territory or Hawaii.
In Chambers. Knlahlklola (w) vs.
Jacob Kumnlae. I.lbel in Divorce.
Notice or the Pendency of Suit:
Notice Is hereby given that tho
above entitled cause is now pending
und that said Court litis ordered thut
Saturday, October 9, 1909, at 9:30
a. m. In tho court room or this Court,
In the Judiciary Untitling, In said
Honolulu, us the time nnd place for
tho hearing of libelant's petition
and libel praying that sho bo grant
ed a decree of divorce absolute rrom
her hi Id Ijusband, Honolulu, T. II,,
July 21. 1909. Hy tho Court.
Cleric Judiciary Dept.
4370 July 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14, 21,
r 28; Sept. 4.
Motorcycle S-Itcadlng. ti h. p twin
cylinder; bat gain, Strauch,
Wulty lildg. 4370-tf
IN THE ClItCUIT COURT OK
the Second Judicial Circuit, Tenl
tory or Hawaii. In the mutter or
the Estate or Ilattlo Ayers, Deceas
ed. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is
hereby given to all persons having
claims against tho estato or Hattlu
Aors, late or Uihalna, Maul, Tcril-
tory or Hawaii, to present tho same
igncd, Ilobert II. Din-
strntor or said estate, ut
hit placo or. business In Wnlluku,
Maul, within six months from date
or publication or this notice, or
they will be roiovcr barred. Dated
ut Wnlluku, Maui, this July 10,
ROIlEItT E. DINEOAU,
Administrator ot Estato or
4.170 July 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14.
nil; ut iin,vtmi
to the undjrvii
THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST.
Send for Booklet to P. 0. Box 93.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stance wald Bldg.
Still in business at the fame 0
Made by Specialists
This clothes arc made
by spccialists-by Eder-licimcr-Stcin,
Young Men. Their
whole enormous busi
ness comes from pleas
ing Young Men better
than anyone else.
We have many styles,
many patterns but they
all have this swagger
an up-to-dateness in Kd
which Yuiing Men can't
find elsewhere. Yet they
cost no more than the
Your best dressed
friends will wear these
clothes. Let us dress
you as well as they
Elks' Block, King near Fort.
EJerheimer, Stein l Co.
J.Hopp fe Co.
185 King St
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Madame Irene Corsets
THE aim of Madame Irene is to give the best at
any cost, for the reason it is cheapest in the
The bonin gis one of the most important
features in a Corset. Madame Irene has studied this ques
tion thoroughly and found the only bone that can be de
pended upon it
In addition to other grand qualities, Walohn is not
affected by the heat of the baty perspirations, or many
deleterious influences usually affecting' other bonings.
Madame Irene's Corsets are above competition Style,
fit, quality and workmanship combined to produce a Corset
of exquisite shape.
The leading Modistes of the world recommend this
Corset in preference to any other.
. We have the agency for Honolulu arid carry all sizes
in the popular models.
At $7.50, $12.50 fc $15
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
Fort 'Street ''
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