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RVTWiNO BtJLLttriN, HOftOUJLO, T. It., SATURDAY, AUG. 7, 1909.
Wc know that the
great majority of men
want shoes ahat wear,
hold their shape, and
at the same time just
enough style to maks
Arc planned along
these lines. They arc
shecs for gentlemen,
and the prices arc
Ill M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
LH' ', . &ggBw
Oct in the habit of using a tripod
for landscape and interior photo,
graphs. Even for individual por
traits and groups out of doors you
enn get better effects by stopping
down your lens and using a tripod.
We have a complete line of both in
wood and metal, at all prices.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic." Fort Street, Near Hotel.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlrelett Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghousc Electric 'Fan in 'your Office means
comfort, and comfort means economy. Yon know the
whole office force works better and gives you 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.
TTE are selling a better grade
of MEATS, a finer quality
of CREAMERY BUTTER and
a wider range of DELICATESSEN
than we have ever offered the
patrons of this market.
Phone 45, W, F'HEILBRON, Proprietor.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
307 Judd Building.
Te'ephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL'
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. , . P. O. BOJC628.
NCXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-190 KINO 8TREET.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu anil Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made IV
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, August 7.
NAMH OF STOCK
S hirwtr Co-
Rw PlmttMlnti Co ...
''VCom h Sujt Cn
llniomu Sti(J ..
lliiiok Sueur Vjn .,
HlkuVir Cn .. .,
Hulchiiion Stiftif Plmt,
Klhuku lltnllioii ,l'o
KekHlm Suit Co."M
koiom nurnr i.o
Oahu Si sr On
Ononifi Bi(i Co ....
O kola Stlaar PUnI Co
Olaa Suxat Co Ltd ....
illowam uo ,.
Paal.au Sugar fltnt (-
Pwlfte Sugar MM
Pala riatitatimtCo ....
PriKfkro Sugar Co....
Pimm Mill Co
VVtU'im Axllc O ....
Wriiuku Sueur I o .. .
Walmanftlo Sugar Co.
VValmra ugar Mill Co
lntvl-llan I Steam NCo
Hon K T ft I. Co ritl
Hon R T & I. Co Loin
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Rkbher Co.
Oahu lift I.Cn
lion H AM Co:
Hawaiian Pf Willi le Co.
HawTei U KlltCI
Haw Ter 4 pc
(law Tat dVf pc
Haw Tel . pc
Haw Ter is pc
haw Gov'l $ wc. . .. .
Ca.KeelSug.li KeiCo 1 p.
rlaiku Sugar Co 6 11 c
Ham. Ilhch Co ,
Ha. trr-."' tts 2 1 p c. w
Haw. IrriK Co . w, ...
II w Com A ftug cu ik.
HllcB KCo Con ope
Honakaa Sugai co. f pc.
Mr... RTtlCotll C
Kohala Ditch Co. c
Mrolyn b UilM,
Oahu lea 'Co6;jc ,.
Oahn hugar Cotpc ..
Claa Sugar Co 6 i c.
I'ac- Sug. Mill Co. (1
Pala "uuutiou (.0 ....
P-omrr MIIICo6ic ..
Walaiua gricCo $pc
1 .cm Kin
SnlcH Ilctwi'pii IJoaplB: 20 Ilnw.
C. & S. Co., $33; 25 Olaa, $1.73; 30
Oaliu Suk. Co.. $32; 30 IMimuur, $17B;
50 l'ioiK'cr, $17fi; 50 1'lnncvr, $I7fi.5'0:,
30 lunrcr, $177.50; 50 IMonccri
$177.50; 20 I'lnnccr, $177.30; 30 tlnw.
C. & S. Co., $33; 230 Haw. C. & 8. Co..
$33; 200 ObIiii Suk. Co.. $32; 50 Olaa,
$1.75; .15 Olaa, $1.75; 250 Oahu Sin;.
Co., $32. SoukIoii: $1000 Pioneer r,,
$101; 60 Mcllryilu. $3.S7'4; 20 Mc
KryilP, $3.8714; 10 Hun. II. & Si. Co,
$23.50; 10 Oaliu Suk. Co., $32; 10 Haw.
C. & S. Co., $.13; 10 IJwu. $30,75; 5
i:vu, $30.75; 15 I'ltmccr, $177.50; 10
Memo Special dividend of 5 per cent
pali! liy Kckaliu SiiKar Co. Auk. 3f 1909.
Latett cugar quotation 4.015 cents
or $80.30 per ton.
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Sugar, 4.05 cts
Beets, 10s 10 l-2d
HEIiRV WATERHOUSE TitUST C.
Mambaro Honolulu, StocK and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
Hoy wanted. 1280 Kbrt St.
j The Bulletln'a Big Niche I
Scratch Pad la theblggeit five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono-
j lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
. Ten koocI auto-hacks. Phono G.
Tho Anchor Saloon, Monty Monl
'gomcry, manaser, King and Nuuanu
Btrects, Is H iopulac local resort.
I Anything new in tho Bportlng lino?
'Anything good In tho liquor lino? You
' can find It' at "The Two Jacks."
' If win ivonl n trnntt lull ilnno oil nn
I nuto or cnrrlnge take II to Hawaiian
Can-lape Alfg. Co., 127 Queen St.
John 'it. nergnttom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with Ucrgstroin
Music Co. P. O. nox 40. Phone 581.
Mrs. ttlvcnliurgli Is prepared to In
struct a few iiuplls In pianoforte, nt
their home. Address Itoyal Hawaiian
There'll be a hot time at the K. P.
hall tonight. Fekea t Concert and
dance by the Crescent City Nightin
gale.. beginning next Saturday, Mrs.
K car no will have fresh polin on sale.
Two pounds for n quirtcr, hulled.
Phono 1110. Order early
I,. C. Aides has one rottago going
up on Wilder Avenue mid one on Mil
Mkl street. They will coat about
$3000 apiece when completed.
Manager John L'Olor of tho Union
drill, salts on ilo Siberia today for
his Greece, his native land. He will
be gono six months or longer.
Tonilhel Sakata today filed a suit
lor dlvorco In the Circuit Court against
his wife, Tonia Snkala. He charges
desertion. Tho couple was married
Tho 1 Illo Sugar Company has taken
u Icaso on the Ponnliawall lauile,
owned by Jno. I), and A, II. Sprockets,
for fifty years, paying a lump sum of
Miss Wood In of San Kranclco, who
recently arrived In Honolulu, is junk
ing n prolonged visit as the guest of
Mr. niK Mrs. F. V. Bvertou, at their
Wnlklkl beach homo,
The parcrs allowing a right of wny
acrossthe Fort Shatter military reser
vation for tho Ilapld Transit company.
have 'arrived from Washington. All Is
now clear for tho beginning oC con
K. II. Ehrhorn, at present one of
California's State entomologists ami
onu of tho most prominent In tho coun
try, has been secured im tho head of
the entomological bureau of tho Hoard
of Agriculture and Korestiy.
A. Perelstrous 'vlll sail fpr the
Orient on the Siberia uu.iccoininnlcd
by any member of the Hoard'of Immi
gration, to secure Siberian laborers
for tho plantations. It Is rossihlc that
n representative of the Hoard will fol
low I a lor.
Tho Siberia wll) bo well stocked
with Hawaiian ll'eratiiro for the use of
tho Congressional party on tho return
trip. Twenty thousand foldorR will
also ho sent by her to the Hawaiian
building nt the Scattlo Fair, chiefly
for uso on Hawaiian Day nt that place!
Fishermen nlo-ig the waterfront nro
happy, as thousands of alialialalu re
cently entered the harbor, giving tho
nlmrods plenty of sport and an oppor
tunlty to profit by their catch. Tho
alialialalu generally mmii into tho
hnibor every jeir and remain for n
week or ten days.
Dally surfing parties mo popular at
tho Moann and Seaside beaches these
days. Merry parties find (ho sport ex
hlllrntliig and there Is enough danger
In II to atlrart the venturesome In
clined. Occasionally an outrigger Is
overturned by a lingo breukcr but fuu
serious accidents lesiilt.
Under iluto of July 19. F. F. Fylcr.
Lookkeoper for the Cnsllo KM lie
wrltCH Unit was starting for home, ni
ter a pleasant Journey through the
southern Stntcs. He has done ronsld
crnblo promotion work, 'and says It Is
surprising to find how Ignorant wopta
there nro of conditions In Hawaii.
On account of various obstacio, dis
covered in tho milk ordlnanco that tho
dairymen of tho clfy and county pro
test would bo working certain hard
ships on them, n meeting will be held
tonight In the assembly roam nt tho
City Hall, and the ordlnanco will bo
discussed. Possibly n now one will bo
substituted with better features than
Kltchllnrn Nakamura, charged with
importing women fiom Japan for Im
moral purposes, was declared not guil
ty by n Jury jesterday afternoon In
tho Federal Court. This Is tho first
criminal case tried by Judge Dole
slnco tho appointment of Judge Wood
ruff and according to tho order, thu
latter will sit at ull criminal casus
Fancy Vests Are
All The Style
TfOR BUSINESS WliAK our greys and
tans rc very popular and will he
more so within a few weeks. They add
greatly to one's appearance and make an
ordinary husiness suit look dressy and
Our new colored Tuxedo Vests are
also in great demand. Call and look the line over and keep
up to date in regard to what men are wearing.
O'l ? T cor. King
-g Silva s 1 oggery '
.iBttannnannn-oLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS a' smooth and even cip;ar.
r. u n u m a :: tj :: k a n n n t: u
Second-hand surrey, In first-class
condition, Address 'A, this office.
Beautiful cottnge; swell location
gas heater: gas stove; electric
lightr furnishings for sale; cheap
rent A. M this offlco. 4382-tf
. FOR SALE.
Second-hand surry for sale. Apply
W;ileiipiiM TiiiH Co. ISKt-tr
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 169,
Thu rending film tonight will bo
South American Indians, Instructive
and full of Intel est.
Mr, Carlisle proves to lio the best
drawing card ever brought here, and
there seems to bo no limit to his
dialect this week, taking off tho old
Southern Negro. Tho girls nrc mak
ing n great hit In their songs, and
Oeo. Mllcn's singing "I've a Warm
Spot In My Heart for You" js re
ceived with applause each night.
The usual good comedy film will bo
Tho Orphcum moving pictures uro
making n great hit this week, the cav
alry maiieuveis being leallstle mid
thrlllhig. There has been u number
of Intciestlng "stunts" on tho program
during tho week and nil tho members
of tho company hnvo a chnnco to ap
pear at their best. Reserved seats at
tho matinee can be had for ten cents
und at tho evening apcrfonnanca for
fifteen and twenty-flvo cents.
Tonight Is tho night for the Night
Ingiiles, llio farewell concert an ilnuro
to bo given 1v tho young singers from
llllo at thu Knights of Pythias hall.
Tho concert will begin at 8 o'clock.
and will consist of lorn teen selection
assisted by tho Walp.i (lleo Club. Fol
lowing tho concert there will bo n
r..inco that will continue until mid-nigh.
Always the same an elegant "sioke. In Riena Victorias, Panetel
las, Puntanos Einos, Regalia .Brittanicas, Pcrfectos, Ben Alis. Lewis &
Co., Ltd., Cigar Emporium, Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands. Tele
prone 240. 109 King St. .. ..
OUR SPECIALTY IS BEDDING
We are now sellinc rrrcy hair mattresses at wonder
fully low prices about half what yon would have to cay
elsewhere. And our "citizen-made" woven wire mat
tresses are offered at bargains.
We now carry a full line of low-priced furniture and
invite your inspection.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Cor. Xinrr and Alakea.
Dr. and Mrs. It. II. Dlucgir will
le.ivo for New York next month, Dr.
Dlnegar will lake n special rourt-e at
Hcltcviio hospital for several months
Before returning to the Islands,
urn IS GIVEN
TO MISSION FOLK
The Incoiporullug of llio Hawaiian
Mission Children's Society obtained
for It tho ownership of lot 14, block
40, In Pearl City, heretoforo held lu
trust for them by Iylo A, Dickey. Tho
O. It. & I., Co. presented the land to
them under tho trusteeship of Mr.
Dickey, who felt that it could hn heM
handled by turning It over to the So
ciety, now that It has become Ineorpor
tited, The transfer papers worn llled
today In the Hureau of Convoy.M ces.
Honolulu Athletic Park
BERETANIA, NEAR AALA LANE
SUNDAY, ANGUST 8, 1909
1:30 P. M.
J. A. C. vs. C, A. C.
3:30 P. M.
KALIHIS vs. MARINES.
May be credited to the dealer who shows a disposition to
buy what his customers want. Regal Pumps arc what
the women are asking for. Every shade and site to fit
all. Made of the finest materials. Pat. King Colt Seam
less Pump. The Lindsey Pump is the season's latest hit.
Tnn, Black, Blue. Pink, Grey. Green, Lavender, White
Champagne, Kid, White Satin. Price $4.00.
Regal Shoe Store,
Cor. King and Bethel Sta.
Bleachers 10c; Grand Stand 15c;
Reserved Seats '25c.
On Sale at Wall, Nichols Co., King
PET YOUR SEATS EARLY
We make a speciality of repairing
A1X makes of typewriters, cash
registers and adding machines.
Our repair department Is the only
fully equipped one In the Terri
tory. All work guaranteed Dillon
Supply To., Ltd . Agents for the
Itenilugtciu Typewriter Co.
An immense assortment of til the latest novelties, com
prising Batiste Waists, hand crochet, and Cluney trimmed
Messaline, Parisian Silk and New Plaids.
No finer line of Waists hns been shown in this City.
Wc have every style and size, nil prices up to $25.00, AND
ONLY ONE OF A KIND.
We will take great pleasure in showing these, wheth
er you, arc a purchaser or net.
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