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EVENING BTJLLETm, HOrTOMTMJ, T. H TUESDAY, AUCWST 10, 1009
We know that the
great majority of men
want shoes that wear,
hold their shape, and
at the same time just
enough style to mate
Arc planned along
these lines. They arc
slices for gentlemen,
and the prices arc
W M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlchcl j
Scratch Pad Is the biggest five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. O. BOX 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday Amjust 9.
Get in the habit of using a tripod
for landscape and interior photo
graphs. Even for individual por
traits and groups out of doors you
can 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.
NAME OP STOK
Z Brewer ft Co...
Ei Plantation P? ....
H al'ftti Arli C.n, .
lit Com Suit Co ..
II Milliti Sugar Co..
Il lonm Siinr Co ,
tlrokan Sugar ,,
1 (ikuiiKkr Co ,,,,,
Hiitchinnii Sugar I'U'it
ViHuku I't.KiiaUMi (u
Kvltjtm Sujc fi
Kuioa Sup "!
McBryftrfUK r Co.,.
Oalm Si tr 0. ....
Otmmrt Sin Cn ....
O kuta bmtar Plant Cn
Ptialiau Sugar Plum lo
ratine uar.Miii, ,,
Pal PUntaltotiL'o .,
Comfort means Economy
A Westing'iouse Electric Fan in your Office means
comfort, and comfort means economy. You 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 cany away with you.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.. Ltd.
BEEF FK0M NIIHAU C0HES TO US ONLY THREE
TIMES A YEAR. WHICH MEANS THAT THE CATTLE
HAVE TIME AND OPPORTUNITY TO FATIEN FOR THIS
THE SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED IS EXCELLENT.
Phcne 45. W. F..HEILBRON, Proprietor.
?rttVta HurMr Co.
rinurcr miii k.o
tWIt'ui AKIle Cn ....
VVrimku bUKAr o
WahnAtihUi 3uri .n,
Waimru Sursr Mill Cn
li.lrr-lsUn t Meant NCn
IUalun Kirottk-l o,.
Hull H T Hi I. Co I'icl
Hon R Tib 1. CuC.nni
Mu'ual Ttrplionc Co
Nulilku Rubber Co.
Nttiiku Rub'r Co A-n.
Oihil K I.C..
Kilo K k Co
Hon HAM Co a,
Hftwatlin PI Hramtlr Co.
,,-w . V". f 'V... . ....
lino Tri Uc
Maw Irr 4k pc
llawTtt t tic
haw Govt i tic
rialfcu Sugar Co ft pc
Ham. Ill cli Cn ,
IU Irr- tfi pc l
Haw Irrlit Co , i,, ...
tl.w Com ffc u C s I
lllln H K Co Con 6 pc
HottAan Sura, cu. rite
lira K TNl.Co p c
Kutuli Ditch Co.
M urot s u.m,
Oahu R & t.Co6'ic ..
Oalin fcngar Co pc ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 pc
I'ac- Suit. Milt Co. 61
Pali tLKUUo.i Co ...
Plonwr MilICo tpc ..
Waiaiua mir Cn i c
,t . l.t a '
"'Snlcu Hetwecn Uoanla: 50 llnw.
O. & 8. Cu., S33.2S; 10 Iluw. C. & S.
Co., $33.2:; 50 Oalm Suk. Co., $32; 250
llonokua, $l'J.12Vj; 50 lloiiokmi,
$19.37H; 13 I'loni-cr, $1S0; 15 Ploncor.
$1S0; 30 Pioneer, $182.50; 60 Kwn,
$30.50; 10 Ewa, $30.50; 3o Kwa, $30.50;
UlJ Olaa, $4.75; 100 Olaa, $4.75; 100
Olnn, $1.75; 100 Olaa, $1.75; 70 Olaa.
$1.73; 20 Haw. Ak. Co., $185; 23. Will
ulna, $107.50; 10 Walnhia, $107.50.
Session: 10 Haw. Ah. Co.. $180; 50
Olaa. $4.75; 50 Olaa, $4.75; 50 Olaa,
$4.75; 50 Olaa, $4.75; 100 Kwa, $30.75.
Dividends August 10, 1909: 1'aau
liau, 20c. share; Walluku, 3 per cent;
Hutchinson, 20c. xharc.
Latest sugar quotation 4.015 cents
or $80.30 per ton.
Ten Rood autolmckB. l'hone C.
MUa Ueatrlee Talnr lian just re
turned fioni n ploaaniit vacation trip
Anything new In the sporting llnot
Anything good In the Minor line? You
can And It at "The Two Jacks."
' If you want n good Job dime on nn
nuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
J (in. !'. Aloigali leave on the 17th
for a trip to San l'rundnco where he
will meet the Congressional party.
John It. Ucrgstiom, piano tuner and
repairer. Fotmcfly with llergstrom
Music Co. V. O. Box 10. Phono 681.
lly consent of counsel the ease of
llio Kona Development Co., against M.
I.. Scott et nl. lias gone oer to August
Mm, Rlvenhtirgh Is prepared In In
struct u lew pupllM In pianoforte at
thctr home. Address Hoynl Hawaiian
Anchor Saloon, King and Nunanil
streets. Is headipurterH for Jack
ashore these days. Monty Montgom
Oeorge Kluegul has Just lecelved
the sad news of llio ut alii n' liU la
ter, Miss Alloc II. Kliugel, wlil'.li oc
curred at Hold Hull, Cal., this morn
ing. l-'edcrnl Judge Woodruff will lie tho
guest of honor ut a luniiiiet to he gl
I'll at the Young Hotel hy the liar An
coclatlon cn the lOlli. The Imltnlloiie
were mailed several ilajn ug-i nrl the
Association considers tho ilmt .'ell
to welcome the Hew Jiiilse tnri.iull) I"
Hoad Supervlifor Wilson had a steam
roller and u gang of men working on
tho upper Manoa road yesterday, at
tending to it lot of debris which, was
scattered over the road last Septem
ber. A portion of the load Is being
ploughed. Hoad work has stnpiied
tem)Kirailly on Merchant street to gle
tlio telephone rompaii) leewa) tn
place Its conduits underground.
Marston Campbell, .Superintendent
of Public Works, accompanied by
Messrs. I.clghton and Medenhull of the
Hydrographlc Survey, today left for
Maul, whero they will look in or the
water problems facing the districts
there. Mr. Campbell wilt return at the
latter part of this week or Sunday.
Mrs. heighten uccompanled tho party.
iiiiiinnniinnthiiirftamfKtniufKtamfg fg I
It Is believed that tho establishing
of uu Army general hospital on Oahu
Is not far In the future, local Army 'of
ficers believing that It v. Ill bo a nat
ural development of the making of
Oalm the American stronghold of tho
United States in the Ml.ll'aclllc. Many
of tho sick that are taken to San Fran
cisco from Manila succumb under tho
change In climate while a local gen
eral hospital would prove a happy
medium In tieatlui; cases from the
Sunday tprvlcrs were held on the
cruiser St. Louis for the boys In
blue under tho auspices of tho Sea
men's Institute. Ilxccutlvo Officer
Pratt extended tho courtesies of tho
vessel. Wednesday evening Kd
Towsc will gUo a sterioptlcnn lec
ture on board tho boat for the amuse
ment of the sailors, showing many
views of tho iHlaniU. This ulso will
be given under the auspices of the
Seamen's Institute nml'K, W. Kver
ton, Its superintendent.
Fanc) Vests Are
All The Style
TfOR BUSINESS WliAR 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 business sviit look dressy and
Our new colored Tuvedo Vests are
Call and look the line over and keep
also in great demand.
up to date in regard to what men arc wearing
Elks' ' O ' 1 '
mag Silva s
l oggery f
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS a smooth and even cigar.
awaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NCXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-190 KING STREET,
WING CHONG CO
2 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
9 Dealers in Furniture Uattreuei,
Etc., Etc AH kinds of KOA and
Kuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
ISSI0N FURNITURE Made Tc
the ONLY table drink.
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE 557 ..
Sugar, -4.08 els
Beets, I0s II l-4d
HENRY WATERHOUSE TltDST 0.
Mimbira Honolulu Stock i:id Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aup. 7. 1809,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 Noon.
I.ylo A. Dickey to llawn. Mlsalon
Clilldrvn'H Soc U
I). I'uul It. Ibvnberg to l.llluokala-
nl Sur L
Mlluokalunl to L). I'aul It. liien-
l'utcr Kuuuknlil ct nl. Iiy utty. to
l.usltium lien. Hoc. of llav....D
Entered for Record Auk. 8, 1809,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Cuiollno 1'. Wilson unil hull, to N,
C. WlllfoiiB D
John T. llukor to Manuel a. Cu-
Saruli C. Waters by ntty'. to J.
Malta uiul vf Uul
J. M. Dowsott, Tr. to OustaviiK A.
Scliuiuan Per Kel
Sarah II. Hall lo Trent TruBt Co.
J. I', ltmlrlKues and wf. to J, J.
I)i ummoml M
Houry K. Cooper to Hank of Uu-
wall, Ud AM
Germany and France Still Ahead on
China Making Japanese Im- j
a Year. '
Another roniuiodlty nffcrted hy tho
new tarlfT law In Kroncli china. Kuill
lli.rnilt. iii:in.'icir of DIiiiiiiiiI & Co..
huhl t ti Ih iniiruliiK tint It wnul.l In
croaw tlio duty on tlilx warn iilimit 'jn
"Wo wi'lcome the Incroasi'. how-
hit." a il Mr. llcrnilt. Tor It l n pro-
lection to our own mod. Thu (lor-
man and Krcncli iicoplo uro Ktlll way
ahead on IhU china ot kooiIh. Thu
AmcrlrniiH nru not ho lunch tor work-
maiiKhlii on thl kind of kooiIm iih (or
profit h. Tkcy do not look at tho
cHthvttc Ride. Wo can only tiuy n lim
ited amount of china In C.eniKiny, for
peoplo run their own Minn and limped
oory jilcco turned out. On Klanswuri!
America In now turning out aliont 7,,
per cent of the cntlro producMou, and
on rut nines aliont 90 pur cent, hut on
china wo huo et to heat (lurmaiiy
or l-'rauco. Jan.iu la Imiiurtlm: 13.CII0.-
000 worth of china uvcry year Into tho
United Sti.tes, and Jet they ormlinto
i.otlilnK. Their Imitation however Is
Alwhy the same an eleptnt saioke. In Riena Victorias, Pattel
las, Furitanos Finos, Regalia Brittanicas, Ferfectcs, Ben Alis. Lewis &
Co., Ltd., Cigar Emporium. Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands. Tele
prone 240; 109 King St. . . . .
The Hawaiian Irrigation Co., Ltd..
thla mnrnliiK (lied Its answer and
crObs-ulll In the suit Instituted
iiKnlnst It hy tho Ilonokan Sugar Co.
The mlt Is over invnsuiemoutK, etc.,
of water bupplled the latter com
pany hy the former at l'uualala, and
thu cross-hill asks tho payment of
money which It claims is due and
tho usual method ot measiuesncut
SEE WHAT SPOT CASH WILL DO!
Call at the Honolulu Wire Bed Cc.'s retail stcr: end
see what spot cash will buy. You will hive a r:vtlatiou
in prices. This annlics to furniture of all kinih and to
BAILEY'S CELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MAT
TRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Kin; tntl Alckca.
Family picnics n la Aichei ley may j
no longer tul;e place ul tho Insano
Afyliiin. Kupeilntenilent I'eterson hus
diupeil them all, exeept tho putorfa
mlllus. out of IiouuiIh, Mrs. A. and
the fix small A. a huvo liocn In tho
hahll of taklm; a lunch out there at 3
In tho muinlm; ami kI:iIiik until 4 In
the afternoon. Incidentally tukliiK
"ilopo" to tho Insuno doctor. Yester
day Ju.ln'3 Kobinson denied Mrs. Alch-
I ( rley hero motion for un order to hu
admitted to thu grounds. Attorney
, llurrlbon didn't havu tho call to hIku
1 liluuamo to tho motion and Mis. Alch-
' et ley acted us her own attorney.
, Yesterday she sent word to Dr. Pet-
eimn that shu was d)ltiK and di'iu.ind-
id llr.it tier husband liu brought to sen
her at once. A policeman sent to seo
i he., found her euloylui; tho heal of
I health und snylUK tn nnsuer to all hla
liicsllons, "Seo Katlier Ulrlch."
Annlo Youk Cliew ring today i
tilted suit tor ill voice iiKJlust her' 's
hand, Your Chow l'lnK. on (he Krouiul
that he hit tho pipe too often ami his
confessions as an opium outer dis
turbed her peace of mind. Although
tho complaint was mano out "1'lnn"
tho kIkuciI It "I'iiuk" which mlKht yet
put u kink In prnceedliiKK.
V. A. Kinney yesterday answered
the churKcs hi ought oKalnst him in
Mghtfout's I etui n In tho contempt
iPiiicccditiKs that Iih and Cheater
Doyle lutlmlduted Tunabo Tosh In) in
inakluK his all'.davlt. Me states that
tho affidavit was mado In tho pres
ence of Clieiter Ooyle, M. I-'. I'rosser,
1'iofessor Pennine and S. Do Freest,
notary public; that cvcrythlnK wns
legal and orderly and that ha was
not even there.
How many shoe salesmen
do you find that actually
know how to fit? We know
How and are always anxious
to Drove it to you. Regal
Lasts arc foot- conforming
lasts and fit accurately. No
foot is too. wide or narrow
for us. Our quarter sizes
work wonders in foot fitting.
Shoe repairing neatly done
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Sts.
(Hi I for Kcnornl housework.
481 Hotel St.
ROW ABOUT GOAT
ENDS. IN COURT
Kukiihhliiiu, a Japanese, chopped In
to a restaurant yesterday ami as the
duy was rather wnim, lemoved his
coat and placed It on a bench. A Ko
rean Kcntlitniiu appealed on tho sceuo
mid tiikiui; Ids beat on thu bench used
the coat as a cushion.
Kiikushlm.i became very annoyed
wltli tho Korean, und then another
Japanebo named Kobnyashi butted In,
After Unit things became mixed, hut
one DiiiiK wus mado clear, und that
wus that Kobuyushl and ouo of Ills
customers became Involved In a Ken-'
ciul mix-up, out of which Iho com
plainant emerged with scveiul bruises
C. V. ChillluRwurth appeared for Ko
l.ayujdil mid mudo u duo defense, but
Judge Audrudu c.imo to tho cunclii
slo utli.it tho defendant wus guilty and
lined him $10. '
Mrs. C, II. Slenifen and family tako
tills iiiuanu of expicsslng their Brail
tudo and appieclatlon for tho Ion lug
wnids'of sympathy und kindness ox
tended tu them In their luto bereavement.
An immense assottment of all the latest novelties, com
prising Batiste Waists, hand ciochet, and Cluney trimmed
Mcssaline, Parisian Sill; and New Plaids.
No finer line of Waists has been shown' in this City.
Wc have every style and size, all prices up to $25.00, AND
ONLY ONE OF A KIND.
We will take great pleasure in showing these, wheth
er you are a purchaser or not.
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