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KVENINO nULLETIN, HONOUTtO, T. It., MONDAY, JULY f(; 1909.
for AH Practical Purposes
Here is a Shoe that stands distinct among present
day styles of its kind.
High and Low. tans and Blacks. Kid and Calf, It
is a shoe tliat is made well, sets well, wears well. It is
a shoe that is solid throughout.
IComfort means Economy
A Wcstingliousc Elcitiic Tan in your Office means
comfort, and comfort means economy. You know the
. whole office force works better
turn lor your pay roll on a
make all days "cool days."
rcauy ior you to cany away
rfhe Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
r .1 j-
For prompt service aid the Lest meats ever sold here.
Wo have the choice of all rattle raised on the islands and
pick the best.
I Metropolitan Market
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
HIGH-CLASS TAPElMIANaiKa. BF.CORATrWO.
A.N I) GrJCKKAL PAINTING.
IT'S OUR TURN
Sunday will be the day when v.e 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.
lonsoiidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
and gives you a better re
cool day. westinghouse Fans
We have all types of fans
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
' Telephone 71,
Bulletin, $1 Year
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold.
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O, Dox 637.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK HIIKAME
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Z Pct f n
Rv riftntiMfmi fo
llfc-iliaii Au;r-r.('n.. .
H Com ft!iif ..
Fi Allan Sugr Co..,
It i omu I.Ufar (h ....
Htnoknn iifrro ..
H 'Vu nvhr Co
Pn clilvttti Sugar 11 a 'it
ki'1)Vu HtlMiHt Mt 1 U
K1atin iiiK To .....
Kotna Sutter Co
Vr frvdSuifir Co ....
Oihn Mr Co
Ottort-raSJffnr Co ....
O kolAugar IIkiiI Co
01m Sugar Co Ltd ....
ralau -iurr Plnl Co
Pacific Smear MM ...
yi PUnlillmiCu ...
rKkrt mrr Co,...
Wilt tin ktIMV ,.,.
WrtUiku hii-gai ( o t. .
Vflnittna'(i sircar in,
U'alniea SuBr Mill Co
Nil I RH
I, Net )
It tri-Har I Simni N o
HoiiMTft I, Co I'm I
Hon XTAl. Co Cmn
Mutual Tlril our (j
Paid I'll , .,
nihil k & l.i
Ihl'iK K Co ....
Hon h M C
Hawaiian!-" trappWC o
Mfcw Irr.nf , , ,.
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Haw tri H tir .
Iltu It i iif
Maw Cot fiir
-Irikil -ttJtlf ii6(i.
Ham f I rh Co ,
Uilr M irltf-
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Haw lull;- ( o, t, ,M
Hk C'tni Nm Intl
IHo Kfn '.on bur
llutukaa nii co (c
HutiKT ft p c
KotuU DikhOi. (c
Mm)ii s l..itt, ,
Oiluj K 6r Co 6 i C .
Dal u Suiir lo $ t c .
OUj SuitTiM oft t c .
lTac- Stijf Mill Co. t
Talt 1'lHiiUtUtii V.o ,.
Homer Milt O 6 pc ..
q aiua xiITo ir
s.iIoh uotweni lio.mu: (ii.ono u.
II. .1.. C). Ch, U01.
Latest sugar quotation 3.S5 cents or
$79.10 per ton.
Sugar, 3.99 cts
BY WATERHODSE IDIIST (0.
M. mb.ro Honolulv SIock a id Bono
FORT AND MEhCHANT 8T8.
I'lom an alleged ovei-lndiilgciico In
tho cup that iheers, Mi.i. J. 1). Kluon,
who lUes on Hotel sticct near l'uncli
howl, attempted to commit suicide yes
teiduy morning, by drinking n bottle
of chloroform Sho was dlstnw-ied In
mi uncdiihclous condition ami htm led
to the Queen's Hospital, wheiu u time
ly Injection brought her lound and
tl,( letiiriieil'bomu somewhat liumlll
utel hut happy.
It Is mlglity funny to hear the Ad
ortlser Kicking nbout tho betting
nnd pools In Illlo, when these were
In cluirga of Its own special repre
bentnthe. Illlo Tribune.
Will Build Hall of Justice. Ran
Prune lucn, July 14, Tho general con
tract for tho hall of Justice) was award
ed by tho hoard of wnrkB H'Bterday
to Caldwell & Co. for $257,139.
A oting lady desires n position ns
assistant In office. Address II, O.
II, II u Hut I u office. 4371-Ct
The Bulletin office lins (or
sale the larcest and best nvo-cent
scratch pail ever placed un the Ho
Ten Rood auto-hackH. I'hona C.
V. O. Irwin til luuvo for llavwill to
morrow on tho Milium Ken.
J, Carlo, loan oHlec, luis bargain!) In
Jewelry mid money to loan.
Take jour carriage or ntitomolillo
to llnwnlliui CarrlaKu Munft,'. Co, for
up-to-iUlu retitlr. '
(Jo to the Kalhlon Saloon when )ou
want a f'cllcloun 'Cold ilrlnk, mmlo
Dr. (1. II. Iliiildy, lliu ilcntlct li'.ivra
on tho Kli'iin tomorrow iittLrnuon for
Inter-Inland nn O. It. ft U rhlpplnt;
Looks for sale at the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
ofiko. f.O each.
C. t). I.ntkln, cnihlcr of Ihp lihilna
Hank, In booked to lenvn fin .Maul to
morrow o ntlie MIkahnl.i.
AnythlnK new lu the apurtlng line?
An thing good In tho llituor line? Yon
can find It at "The Two Ja"k."
C. V. Hpltz of Knwlllwlll, K.111.1I, will
lenvaon the Klnait tomnrion nftcnioon
at B o'cIncK. lie urrhed i'tcrilay on
Wall Cliong To In Hie Vacrloy
lllock on Hotel street lum boiiic w-ry
fine hiiIIIius aiii drf'S-i Root, JukI
from tho Coast.
Alameda niRicnr,uV lime our
IniggnRH go rlKhtv rhone us our
order today. City Transfer Co. Jas,
II. Love, phone K2.
Robert HreckoiiH and Ditto daughter
Knt eKterday nt Wnlklkl viiJojIiik
the pleasures of sea li.illiing timl lio.it
rldlliK. Wnlklkl Ih oiio of Mr Ilnck-
ons' Sunday hobbles.
Miss Hl.irlilnl, of tliu Hoal School,
MIhk Alice I'orler nnd Miss Agnes I'm
sidy elljojed a surf liont ride cali'.'
day that was full of exclteiiwiit The
outrigger was h.iudlid by nnlhes em
ployed for tho trip.
According to reports from Washing
ton, George McClellnn wilt remain nt
the Capitol City until tho hist of July,
or own Into August, when ho will go
to Chicago In some iidt.iuce of tho
Walter Dillingham says that the
big dredgo California!!, which Is being
built by Hughes for the Hawaiian
Dredging Company, will probibl he
launched next Saturday Shu will b
used In I'enrl Harbor work.
Accoiding to customs official tho
importation of opium cure la nssiinilni-'
large proportions.. Tim drug Is btlng
distributed by tlu.iAiill Opium l.vuguu
of Chlu.i Liid Is the denlliest known
foe to the dicam habit and tho pipry
It Is rumored that tho houtes of the
Jap.imse lit Honolulu I'lintatlon will
hhurtly he turned ijMjr, lights ,trlU
lireakers but ns'jSt no wrifleallon j(
It lias been re(ehul. This' will prob.
ably he Instrumental In biluglng the
Btilkers to tcrius.
M. MLlneiny rhoo store has Just re
celuM mil opdied up n shipment of
ttilr t circs ex Alnmedi, of tho best
nnd swellest footwear for ladles itii-1
gentlemen, mlasc4' mid children that
Honolulu has our teen. This slil--liunt
is couiiulFed of I lie best und new
est lines iiuiiufncturcil b)' l.alrd Schob
ei, Haunii & Son, Leonard & Harrows
uml Dlngly Kors Shoe companies. It
will rcpiy on lo lnsptct this loely ns
roituunt of wiiltu canvas, patent,
Kin-do mil lcl kid footwear nnd our
Inspirthin is Invited.
The (ha oinclal jjper io bear tli'J
signature of I.ci."ln An I'Cw i l:irj Hie
CMiiincncement of his dorVi -i l)e
uty Attorney (lencrni was cnnueelcd
t'lth ti fossil turning leg u 811, Is, This
was u motion In let t! e.ive of tlu
Territory, by C. 8, Hollow uy, forme.
Superintendent of l'nl H'j Work,
against Millie K. Htistaj, CI. Finn'
Hustace, Aloxander Young ami otherx
on the (Mleml.ir to hear Hie duuti-rci
of Ihu defundauts. The utt is ouu to
ubatn n nulsant e und for nn lujuucilo i.
As tho suit was commented In I'Jdtl It
Is probihlo that most lun-j foigotten
what the uiilnnnie Is.
He It Itcsolved, by the Hoard of
Super Isorx of tho City nnd County
of Honolulu, That the sum of two
hundred and fifty (I3S0.00) dollars
he nppiopilntcd out of the (Jeneral
l'linel each month, for tho six months
beginning July 1, 1UU9, for a dona
tion to the Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee. Iiitiodiucd by Suparlsor Dmle
Dated July L'O, 1909.
Tho foregoing lesolutlon was, nt n
leguhii meeting of tho lloaid of Su
penlsoia of the City nnd County of
Honolulu, held on Tuesday, July I'D,
1909, passed to print on tho follow
ing ote of tho said lloaid:
Aes: Ahla, Cox, Kane, Logan,
quliiu. Total r.
Noes: Aj-lctt. Total 1.
Absent and not voting: McClel
lnn. Total 1.
I). KAI.AUOKAI.ANr, Jit..
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
4371 July 20, 27, 28, 29, 30.
That' What Connressment Arc Say
ing After Few Days'
Washington, I). C For the first
time since the Tarllf bill went to tho
Senate, there will he practically n full
attendance In the House nt the sitting
Neither house of Conguss can take
an adjournment for more tlnii three
days while Congress Is in session So c
when the Senate look hisimsIiiii of
tlio Turin hill und started inaMlcatlng.
tlie House udoicd the rule of muting
each Monday und TlmrsiHy for tho
purpose mainly of formal ronipllanro
with the Constitution. Sometimes
theie has been n iiuorum and Mime,
Hut with the Senate on the crgo of
p-isslng tho hill, members are hurrlng
back from their homes and hurriedly
posting up on the legislative situation
The leuulon of members who liau
been hi all pirt'i of the country, some
r.f them nbioad. Mime to l'mimim, and
mi on, nut all of whom li;ne been on
the lookout for opinions about the tar
In, Is piolug most lutereetlng,
Tho pre) omlernnce or opinion Is that
tho countiy Is .disappointed oer tlie
tin Iff hill I ml oci- the corporation tax.
President Tnft Is being crltlrlsed for
his part lu fencing tlie corporation lax
Into the bl'l In lieu of the Income tax
Scores of members, from wide) seh
mate1 lections u'port tint 1 "pie are
beginning to wonder how toon Colonel
)iooseelt will rouie back from Afrlia
Tliey seem to liae u ague notion that
theie'll be "some'thlng doing," polit
ically, after ho comes home. Kroni a
Now nnglntid member came the In
formation that before going uwny Mr.
ltooseelt contldcd to friends that on
his return ho should take n swing
nbout the country, going clear to Hie
I'acltle, and (omlng buik b nnother
unite, crotclng n m.ijorlt) of the
States In tho union on the grand tour
And somehow there Is n feeling "out
In tho provinces" nccnr.llng to tho in
coming repH'sontnthcK, that that trip
will he hlg'ib Imtortnut and signifi
cant. There Is, Indeed, no end of talk
about Kootcxclt among the people
hack from the prnlnccs, It Is plain
enough, us ouo tnlks In Wellington
with men who nre looked upon as
prcshlcntu! possibilities for mine tlnn
lu the future that they consider that
their chances lire rather unlutrtanl.
The lmpioHi:inu among them Is Hut
''u'fter Tnft. Itooioe!t " The) Intimate
rather n dlrcouraged feeling ub nit
Irjing to get into the seilous presi
dential class. It Is looked upon ns
being fort closed to oer)bodj outside
of Taft nnd II(Mucelt for an Indefinite
period. There Is calculation that If
Mr. Taft r.'iall ho President eight
j ears, Mr. Hoo-eelt will sill! be n
joung man, nnd ns llkeiy ns not suffi
ciently rested up to try another turn
at the Job
IIoi cirlH aio hiought back to Wash
ington that there are beginning to de
velop a remcrk-ible number of local
polltlc-il eontest3 111 States and Con
I'rers districts of the largest potential
slguiricnncc, Indiana Iowa, .Minneso
ta, WIecoiicIii, tho Dnkotus, Oregon
and Washington me nil to ho storm
New Ilnglnnd sends word Hint there
will he an outbreak ng.ilnst Senator
Lodge, and Connecticut reditu t.tioug
J tentlliieiit ngalnst Senator Hillkeley,
j wllh however small chance that tho
, sphiiilidly organled niachluo c.-in bo
illslodged Seuitor Hulo has griefs In
MJlno which cctually have reached
sueh a point of lato ns to gio him
Jiome leal worry. Ithodo Island Is
) woudiulng whether Mr. Aldrlch will be
! n mil lldiH) for nnother election, Kan
C-is Is tuning up for n flnu fight a' I
ulon:; the lluo, nnd so It goea,
i A KliMilllle uiithorlty snjs lint nv
m lllugeie.itiirolsofsoiuo use How
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tuMiiii un- liihl- u-ciiiiiiiiusr uuicago
The regular quarterly mooting of
the stockholder of tho Union Peed
('(impaii), Limited, will ho held nt
I the ofiko of the company, In this
city, on Thursday, July 29, 1909, nt
' 10 o'clock n. in. C. J. PALK,
I Seuetnry Union Peed Cei., Mil
, 1371 July 2(1, 28.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Tho stock hook of tho Pioneer
AIIII f'll Mil.. will lin f.,.n,l i !
transfers from Jilly 27 to August 2,
1909, both dates Inclusive.
(Signed) OKO. KODIl'K,
Acting Tieasurer Ploneor
Mill Co , Ltd.
THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST.
(Send for Booklet to P, 0, Box 03.
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The VAN DYKE
Elks' Block, King near Fort.
J.Hopp & Go,
185 King St
Madame Irene Corsets
THE aim of Madame Irene is to give the best at
nny cost, for the reason it is cheapest in the
The bonin p-is one of the most important
features in a Corset. Madame Irene has studied this ques
tion thorouRuly and found the only bone that can be de
pended upon it
In addition to other grnd qualities, Walohn is not
affected by the heat o! th-j bojy 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 leadinp; Modistes of the world recommend this
Corset in preference to any other.
We have the agency for Honolulu and carry all sizes
in the popular models.
At $7.50, $13.50 & S15
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
iuMii ' i f-'tmk
TJicsc clothes arc made
by specialists-by Juicr-iicimcr-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 Young Men can't
find elsewhere. Yet they
cost no more than the
Your bcit dressed
friends will wear these
clothes. Let us dress
you as well as they
75c. Per Month