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rvwNTKo nmxicTiN. honoujlc., t. h.. ffiiday, july 30, 1909.
tsrfPr.Pjr ' ;,'' li'Vr5' "S"
for All Practical Purposes
Here is a Shoe that
day styles of its kind.
stands distinct among present-
High and Low. Tans and Blacks. Kid and Calf. It
is a shoe that is made well sets well, wean well; It is
a shoe that is solid throughout.
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
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LI 111 HUM
THE FINAL CONVENIENCE.
There is every reason for the adoption of this simple
method for development. It affords better results than
the old dark-room method, even in the hands of an expert.
Complete stock now i n, for films or plates.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic." Fort Street, Near Hotel.
A Westinghouse Electric Fan in your Office means
comfort, and comfort means economy. Yon know the
whole office force works better and gives yon a better re
turn for your pay roll on a cool day, Westinghouse Fans
make all days "cool days." We have all types of fans
ready for you to carry away with you.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
MUTTON and SPRING LAMB; COTTONTAILS.
ISLAND MUTTON, PRIMROSE PORK SAUSAGES, IS
LAND BEEF, fat and tender.
Brand new shipment 0' CRYSTAL SPRINGS and WHITE
&jmL- Fhone 45
fjmmuBBBX! n i use
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union arid, Leber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOAN8 MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
The Bulletin 6fflce has for
sale the largest nnj best flvo-cent
I scratch pad ever plnccd on the Ho
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. 0. Box 607.
Ten Kooci nuto-hacks. Phono C.
A, W. Carter and A. Wntcrhouse ur-
rived todoyvon the Manna J-in.
Mrs. J. B. Low anil chlldron woio
among the arrivals Mils morning on the
R. ft U. shipping
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST,
F. 0. BOX S28,
HONOLULU SNICK HCHAWt.
R..-W, St Co j- .
(wa Plantation Cu
tlawal an AkMc.Ch.
Ha Cum it 'i
Hawal'an Huf i'a..
Hnniifnu Hiwar Co
Hon-iVa Sinar li
Ho'chlnoii Suaar Ptail
Knl.i.1 -tuvfef Co . ..
MfBnr1-Hurtl Co ...
Oali. s.tr Cm
DiM-tinaS iirar Of ....
II kola Ml. ar llant O
O'aa ml O. Lt't ...
Ilowalu 1.1 .. ,...,,
paaliau Sueur TaiiI .
'In Pfaillallp! To ..
PeHrkcrt So jiir 0...t
M'U'iu ahiIpcv ....
V ,nku Hutfii ' . .
Walruaiialn -Sugar u),
Waiinea Suar l it (Y
ICKLI AN KOI N
Inti-Malard St. am N Co
oil K T I. Co Pre
Moo RT.M I. Co Com
Mnual Tihhtk: C
Nalillcj HMf Co.
Paid Vu ..... ... ...
Him K Ik I. C
Illl M K , ....
Iln" HUM ;o- ,
Hawaiian Pf Katipt. !
Haw Tiff 4 e IKn.i
Haw Trt if . ...
Il. Tcf ,W ne. .
Haw Tvi , C
Krw Tl l uc
Haw Govt tic.
Ham. Dl'ch Co ,
Ha. Irr- en '1 1 p c. pd
Haw IrrU' Co, ba. .M
M -d. I 'a.nl jit Sh. I mi.
I Hlh, RCo Con 6 pc
tionanaa Miiai co fine.
Hi. IT1 . ii r
Kohala Ditch Co. U
M nryii S Co ia,
Oahu K ". Co 6 o c ,
Oaliu Siicar Co ipe .
Claa Suaar Co pp
Pit. Siu. Mill Co. 6.
YkW Wa,itttio,i Co ...
Plni Mill Co tpc ..
Wataiua icrlf Co spc
trl(lay, July 30.
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rau it e.
i 2 VI O'l
Inter-Uland and O,
books for siile at
office, b0 each.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Maxfg. Co., for
un-to-date repairs. ' '
I Mr. anil Mrs. 8. A. Mnnsarrat of
Knu. Hawaii, came uown iuis morning
on the Mauna lxia, i
The Anchor Saloon, Monty Mont
gomery, manager, King and Miuanu
streets, Is a popular local resort. t
Rev. W. N. Umo, pastor of Kauma
kaplll Church, returned today from
Knna, where ho went for acallon.
Anything new In the sporting line?
An thing good In the liquor line? You '
can Mod It at "The Two Jacks." I
John R. Bergstiom, piano tuner and
rcpulicr. Formerly with Tlergstroni
Music Co. P. O. Box 40. Phone 581, !
Mrs. Rlvcnburgh Is prepared to In
struct n few pupils In plonoforto nt
their home. Address Itojal llawallnn
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapp.d
resiy for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 e t n ofllr '
Honolulu Lodge, No. filti. II. p. O. i;..
will meet In Its lodge room. King anil
Ko-t streets', nt 7:30 this evening, vis
iting Rlks, lire cordially Invited In at
SuptTlntendcnt Marston Campliull
ha Isrued a call for lilds for ilccpcnlng
of Ihu sllpri between the Hnckfeld and
Hallway wharves, timl tlio soiled ten
ders must be In by August 3j.
An office In the basement of tlio
Capitol has been nsslgned In M. O
l.elghtnn and V. C. Mcndcnhall. the
hydrographtc experts, nnd will be
equipped lor their work nt once.
The Territorial Grand Jury Ins re
turned four Indictments In the ctse of
Hlgashl. Jno. Rodriguez, I'edrn Carpn
,;,i and Tong Kim. Their iilteiiHes con
ii'iliStllutc many varieties of nsbiiu't.
During the month of June 477 caso
were treated nt the Free Dispensary,
2fi0 being medical cases and 217 sur
gical. One thousand one hundred and
thirty-two eye treatments were ad
ministered and 321 prescriptions Ailed.
Principal MoDonntdor Ualiulnahma
Seminary, who arrived cslerdny on
the Claudlne. will leave this after
noon on the sane, stnamer for l.alialn
Yesterday he was in roiisultatlun with
Governor Frcar abiiiC tlie land be
longing to the school.
Travel in comfort i
with one of our
modern Suit Cases
and fine quality.
English Woolen Steamer Rugs..:
The stock has just been opened and is now atjp.
its best. The steamer rug patterns are especi-
- ; -a
& Fort j
: sugar :'
Wlllett & Ore' Sugar Jomnal for
July IS rcpoits us follows on the raw
Statistics By Special Cablss. Cuba.
The six principal ports: Receipts,
2000 tons; cportK, 9000 tuns: Mock,
lli8,00u tons, og.ilnst lul.ouo (dim I:i3t
) ear. I
Centrals grinding n, ngulnst 2 In I'.lDS
and none in 1H07. j
Stocks In the United Stales au.l
Cuba together of 541.825 tons, agalnt
C50.C29 tons Unt neck ami 380.273
tons last year, nn Increase of 1G1.5J2
tons from last cur.
Kurope. Stock in Kiiropc. 1.49J.O00
I tons, agulust 1,535,000 toua last ear
Visible Supply. Total" slock of
Europe and America, 2,0.11,825 tons,!
against 1,'j1G,273 tons Inst year at the t
same uneven dates. The Increase of;
fstock Is llti.552 tons, against tin in
IT'S OUR TURN
Sunday will be the day when we ro it alone, not ns 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 SCHLEIFF. Manager.
Nearly all of the ilfpartmeuts hayo I crease of 77,790 tons last week. Total
completed the. piepaiiiilun of Invoices
of all territorial property In the pos
session ofthe'Cly-Stat jOuinty or Ho
nolulu; anifhitY Ptf turned over to
tho Mayor. After th?lr Ollng, nil ter
ritorial property norn out ' IIiioukIi
proper use will lio checked off and not
be chnrged up to tlio county.
E. E. nichards of tho committee ap
pointed by tlio Hoard of Trado to look
stocks and alloats together snow n '
visible supply of 2,171,825 tons, against I
2,105,273 tons lust year, or 'an-'lncrvase I
of 6552 tons. . .
Raws. The firm feeling nn the part
of sellers noted by- us at the rlose of
last neck has continued throughout
tho week m.der review, and hai pro-
lletwcen Hoards: 5 Wataiua $100;
C Wataiua. $100; 83 Walalim, J100; 209
Wnlnlua. 1100; 25 Walalua, $100; 49.
Wnlnliin tinri- r.ll Wnlntim 11110' 7f. I
Walalua, 1100; 46 Walalua, $100; 150
Oahu Sug. Co., $30.25; 50 Oahu Sug.
Co., $30.25; 10 Oahu Sug. Co.. $30.25;
25 Oahu Sug. Co.. $30.25; 25 Kwa,
$29.75; 15 O. n. & L. Co., $135; 5 O. It.
& h. Co.. $135; 20 I'lcneei, $175; 50
Walulua $100; 50 l'loneer, $175; 17
Haw. Ag. Co., $179; 80 Haw. C. & S.
Co., $22; 100 Walalua, $100; 5 Haw.
Sug. Co., $47.50; 10 Walalua, $100; 15
Walalua, $100. 'Session: 50 Haw. C.
& S. Co., ,$12.25: S I.-I. S. N. Co.. $110;
C Oahu Sug. Co., $30.25; 2G Ewa,
$29.8714: 10 Walalua, $100; 25 Pioneer,
$175; 5 Haw. Sug. Co. $47.50; 10 Ewa,
$30.00; 5 Haw. Sug. Co., $47.75; 5 Wal
alua, $100; 7 OjIiii Sug. Co., $3X25.
vikiituil nnu I til ivi-irt n it i littultiriuu Italu
, . ,. . .r . ... . , , ,M,U HIIJ MllllUltUlll uiiDiiivno tcssr
Into the charges modi; against Hllo's (lmie. Sellers have continued to ask
treatment of the urtlr'of July excur-' 3..j5c. ):,88 f()r Juy ml(1 3.9Sc. uns
slonlsts, stated yesterday that so far,ror MmM t,,,n,ciit, but buyers hnve
ln rnminlltof ft nil hnfint nn ktnVa tw. 1 . . V .
r... ihn n.,i-. i;..,V.fn n , , i . '" uct'" ufflclently pressed fill huhi
everyone. Incises, owners and tho gen-', " e ,0 u' at 'J.Ti f -n?! i ..'
crnl public ollko. fell In regard to otjttUiietl i small lot of .2000 bags I'or
the raceB. Nothing had been heard . to Hlc" centrifugals and molasses sug
from Honolulu Illlo TrlbunM ars nt that basis. Yesterday the iiiur-
County Attorney Williams Is prepir- ket remained unlet and III in, nil con
ing a new Ashing ordinance, vihlcli will ( dltlons being iincluingtd, and today
define moiu clearly tho boundaries ii... miv i,iwimii ro..iin,.,i iu r.nnu
within which It wlU bo orblddcn tilimKS innlnsses sugar at 3.17c. for t9
iiiku iibii wiiu rcuies, arnw or urng .,,8.
iit-is, iuu siuiiiu- aHell uy ine rereiu
Legislature being vory Indefinite In
thnt t merely rpeclflex Hllo flay. Wll
185 King St
Tho feature of the week Is ro luctl in
In the price asked for Java sugars.
flshlng mauku of nn Imaginary llne.ix'lnt will soon bo reached at which
from the llghdinuso ut tho foot of Wal-' business will be practicable In com-
Latest aUflar quotation 3.985
or f 79.70, per ton.
Sugar, 3.985 els
Beets, 10s 7 l-2d
nnuenue ft'pat to the most northerly
point or t'ocionut Island. Hllo Trlb-
ISdunrdo Pnnto n Pnrto Illcan who
deliod to sail In the Mauna Kea Inst
Friday presentiM tq Deputy Tax Col-
lector Ilrlck I.vmin n tix- receipt be-
ponging to nnnthpr gentleman. Ponto
had erased the original owner's names
laiulliml written his own Instead, but
L., . -.. .. ..... .1
nun maun sucn a poor nst,pr it mat Kr
tne fraud was instintly discovered by
tHg lynx eyed ilrlck. Tho man was
tinned oir to Demit v Sherift Kcttcr.
who brought hi in before Judge An-
diews. Ponto was fined $25 and costs.
HEHRV WATERBOUSE TRUST (W.
Mambara Honolulu BtecK id. Bond
PORT ANU MERCHANT ST8.
WHY IT m KILLED
Sometime ago a bill w.i Introduced
Into the legislature, to protect the nrin.
ufoctiiiers of buttled walurH and etc..
from having Ihu duply bottles stolen
and broken. Tlio bill was carefully
drawn and wus Introduced at tho ru
quest of the niaiiufnrturers, whose
losses each year Irom malicious do-
waiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
petition with Cubas. Openly, sellers
arc ofturiir; Javas for July shipment
at 10s. lOVid. c. nnd f. (4.09c). but
hirers' views are not about lCs. Ad. to
10s. 7 Mid. (4.03c. to 4.CCC). Java sugar
In London declined IMid. Iu ss. 3d. I.er
cwt. floating, lu'ndlng, equal to 4.10c.
per pound. Our cable from llat.nli
continues to rogiorl unfavnruble weath-
lor Harvesting-, exports during
Juno lo United States and Ruropo
were 28,000 tons, only 13,000 tons of ,
which hno United States options.
This would seem to Indicate that the
only Javas shipped In June destined
for tho United Slates are the two car
goes sold some time ago, one (or Ilos
ton and olio for Philadelphia, but pri
vate advices from Java Interests statu
thnt ut loast 25,000 tons have Ameri
can optlona. I
Conditions for both the Cuban and
European crops aru reported favorabla
by cable. During the week the lindon
market for October-December beet
advanced d. to 10s., but later react
ed and closes nt lowest point lfls.
structlcn of their property reached a 5,d. for July, 10s. fid. for August, 9s.
largo flguie. An extended nnd elo- j 10tl. for new ciop October-December,
quent pica wns made tin life floor of At the closo there aro frre offering
the Ho.im, or tho passage of the bill of ,,, Cllm ,, Porto Uco , f.
by one of the well known orators of '..,. for juiv.Almi.t hi,!,..,,,,,,, ,
the House. As ho finished his speech. I ?,'. . ror ..y "M1Bl .""I"10"1 t
I ono of tho members opposed to thd'fc-..c- """ '. Da"u- wl,n '"
nnKsni;,! of tho hill milfoil if t,n mi,.i,t iimation Hint m instances l-32c, less
of the stockholderi. of the Knu Wine al( n few questions. "Suppose," patil niluht bo accepted, but buyers pretend
Co., Ltd., held ut the office of W. C. he, "that I purchased a enso of soda 2 MOe. only.
Poucock Co., Ltd., Honolulu, T. II., i water, und after drinking nil tho sodt I Refined. Tho demand for refined
on July 30, 1909, the following offl- water, I placed tho empty bottles hick has remained quiet for this season of
-"V In llin modii nn.l mil $ nnn. A il.. ... . ..
iers were elected to serve during tha " "" ?, """ ;",.- " " . "" .". ,llu I l"o 'car. All rellners. except Warner
I'heii P'n-ii ve-rn of ng'' liq eii'i-Cil
1m the union Army, fen lug llh It
Hie until thu en I of tho ir being mrn
mil ',l,e'' "1 w'" " ""''utfen yoars 'old.
his wife arrived In the Kiilvrpilbii last for ae,1Pr llwecninn, Oenenil l)oi!m.
tek1 and aro now getting ready to , end Otnenil John Pope, receiving from
laso up ineir wiirK u-iinim iuu iieuju
HILO'3 NEW PASTOR.
Illlo July 28 llev. A. llrahms.
new pastor of the Foreign church
of this city. They havo been busy
getting things Into shape at the par
sonage, bring in tho meniillnio the
I guests of Judgo Lyman, Dr. Dmlinis
wns born In Jomeniila PriiiFla In
1849. nnd went with his parents to tho
(In1 latter n letter of recommendation
tu West Point, of which be however,
never made lire. Ilesldes being n mln-Isle.-
.Mr. Drnhms Is nn attorney hav-.
Ing n license to practice although hu
never does so. lie has been several
times honored "lib high ikisIk Iu the
united States when be wn si veim(Cl. A. It. having during the year 1900
of ago, settling ut (Icnovn, Illinois. I19J1 been the Natlunal Chuplalu.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Kau Wine Co.. Ltd.
At the adjourned annual meeting
TsMpvt Tn vniihtn ni nn iTA.ian tfiKirt RTRFFT.
It. J. lluchly President.
George Daws'on Vice President,
It. L. Auerbach" Treasuier.
O. J. O'Nell Secretary.
K. II. Austin Auditor.
The above constitute the board of
KAU WINE CO., LTD.
GEO J. O'NEIL, Secretary.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
kitchen table, mid during the night a
cat or dog got up on tho table and U
set the rase and broke tho bottles.
would I lis held responsible to the1
mantifactuirr?" "Under this bill vnu
ceitnlulv would," rep'lrd the Introduc
er. "Then let us kill thh hilt that
makes us reaponMblo for the arts or
cuts und dogs " snld the nnp'Htlo'i
member and the bill died, Tloiu mo
no cats and dogs nt KnlniuUI thati
crawl on jour kitchen table If you pur-
)iir nnmo joih from tl
echnngo, ' eighty-two
I..1..I, nn.llllllla.l ,A m.n... ..!.. .. . P..
, l.M.u vuilllimvU IV ijuutu IIIVU in ,iut;.
Icbs 1 per tent for granulated. Tho
Winner refinery kept their price nt
l.7Pc. los.i 1 pei rent until Monday,
when tiny advanced to 4.80c. less 1
per rent, or live points iibovn ot!ier3,
1"0- ii rhurt time Inline. Il.iti 1 fnlliw
Ing tho advance delay Jd ordora nt tlu
old figure --ro filled
Tho return of warm weather should
chnsti your homo Jots from tho nal , "BC rv"unvn ""V"B n"" " "T T
..uini v,.i.n.. f ii., ,.'itlvo market may bo e:iiKcteil In the