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SVICNMO BttLLBTIrt. HOUOUTUJ, T. II.. SATUKDAY, AUO. 14, 1909.
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All Styles, All Leathers II
In Stork. ShanpH I ikt thp'Fnnt T HI
In Stock, Shaped Like the foot
- 111 m
l SIW I. X KLaV l BlW
3)5 vlL : b& I
t 32. J vcvv . u
II Not only exceptionally comfortable, but wtrTlonger II
II and looks better. ' , ',' ' L
, M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE 0
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Z' n V.,
Printing and Developing
Amateur! Bring; your work to ui and it will be
given expert attention. We are old in the butineu and
understand how to get the very best remits.
We will be glad to offer suggestions, for the better
ment of your work f you want them." '
Honolulu Photd Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic" ' 1057 Fort Street.
Comfort means Economy
A Wesiinghouse Electrio Fan in your Office meant
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 carry away with .you. , -
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The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
BEEF FBOM NIIHAU COMES TO US ONLY THREE
TIMES A YEAB, WHICH MEANS THAT THE CATTLE
HAVE TIME AND OPPORTUNITY TO FATTEN FOR THIS
. . MARKET.-....
THE SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED IS EXCELLENT.
Phone 45. W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
Hawaiian Iron-fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLpGr., U6-190 KING STREET. PHONE 237,7'
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WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture' Mattresses,
Etc, Etc. All kinds' of KOA and
Nuuanu and -Hotel St. on site of. old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tt
the ONLY table drink- Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda "Water Works
Alfred D, Cooper
Cbl and Wireless Address
Wetttrn Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Boight and Sold
LOAN8 MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 469. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlchel
Gcratch Pad Is the biggest five cents
worth of paper ever offered in Hono
lulu. 8lx of them for a quarter.
Stock and Bond Broker,
IS MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, August 14.
NAME or STCK
; Brtw a Co ...
Rn Plantation CV
Hawaiian Attic. Co
Hw Cora a Hu To
Honurau Sag-at Co ...
Honokaa Sanar f-o , ..
HalkiirrO .. .
Hutchlton Sua tr Pttit
Kakaha Sue Co-. ...
Kutni stur o
MrBrrayPuf t Co ....
uuomtaa . t-n .,,,
O kola Panar llanl Co
Olaa Sugar Co I til ,,..
Paahau finjcar P'.iS Co
Pala Plantation rn ...
Ptpatkao Sural Co....
WHiuau mi l .. .
Walmatiato suaai i.1.
Walrote Surar Will t
Intrr-laland Sum Nl'n
Hon R T ft I. Co Pr
Hon a t a I. Co cm
Mutual Tattphonc Ct
oahaKa I c: ..
Hllo KR Co,
HmiHaMCo). . .
Hawaiian P waptilt Co
Saw Gov'ti ui .,
Haiku nar Co u c ,
Htmt Di cb Co , '
Ka Irr. esiipc. pd
aw Irrlx- Co-, da, .
Haw Cum t kuf Co a u.
Honakaa Suuiro. toe.
HilT l,riap c
Konala OIKh Co. 6c'
Oahu R a .Coo pc.,
Oahu Sitfar Co a p c , ,
Jtaa Sugar Co 6 p c ,
Pat- Sac. Mill Co, a
Pala Olantalloti Co ....
Pioimf MillCn tpc,
Waiaiua Ktty Co t p c
Ten good nuto-lincks l'hono G.
It. O. Peters of Mlclilgnn, a fau.titis
lihllanthroplBt, In oxiccUtl lii'io tbU
U?l Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. E. S ,
will meet in Masonic Turn pie this even-,
ing at 7:30.
William Mcklnlft) IUse No. 8, K.
of P., will meet In K. of l. Iinll nt 7:30
Hits evening. I
Unrior tho'nianagement of Monty
Montgomery tho Anchor Raloon Is tie
coming a popular 'resort,-'
An thing new In the sporting UnuT
Anythlug good In ttie liquor line? Vou
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
If J ou want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage lake It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
'John ItDergstrom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with Dcrgstroro
Music Co. P. O. Box 40, Phone 581.
Dr. Frederick. Bell arrived on 'tho
Alameda yesterday. Several ) ears'
ago ho spent some time on the. Islands
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
Tou will be surprised at Its cooling
bnd preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Mr. Do Yoiing, proprietor of tho San
Asked Francisco Chronicle, dpont )cst-rilny
Inspecting tho pineapple canncr,'. He
I Ml I
Sales Tletwecn Boards: 12000 Hllo
n. It. Co, $97.25; $6000 Hllo R. It. 6s,
$97.25; 35 Bwa, $30.75; 190 Ewa.
$30.73; 100 McBrydo." $3 8754; 12 Ho
noniu, $175( 100 Wajalu'a, $109; 10
Waiaiua, $109 60; 5 Walalua, $109.60.
Session: 5 WaJdlua, $109.25; G Waia
iua, $109 26; 5 Walalua, $109 25; i
Walalua, $109.25; 10 Honokaa, $18.75;
10 Honokaa. $18.75; 6 Honokaa,
18.75; 25 Olaa, $4.62V4.
Dividends August 15, 1909: Ha
waiian 8ugar Co.. ltf per cent; Oahu
8ugar Co, 114 per cent; O. R. & L.
Co., pel cent; Pepeekeo, 1 per cent;
Walalua, i per cent.
Come and See
Ederhcuner, Stein & Co.
We've picked out XTEAQ00D clothes for bojs ns the finest in ex
istence. Come and see if we're rin'it.
We selected this line because thj makers Edcrhsimer-Stcin arc
America's foremost tailors for boys, ,
We selected them because XTRAOO0D styles arc distinctive. One
can always pick them out in a crowd. ;
Ve selected them because all XTKA000D trousers arc lined, to
doable their wear. Because all XTHAQ00D suits contain one-third
more cloth than the usual. That shows in the drape, and the boys don't
An XTRAG00D suit will outlast two common suits. Don't buy a
suit for the boy until you see them.
THE STORE FOR flOOD CLOTHES.
Kins near Fort.
will probably visit the plantation at
Tho St. Louts ttils morning and tho
Sheridan1 this afternoon will be sped
on their way by tho Hawullnu band
which will play at the Naval wharf at
Four hundred,! tcloiihono poliM ar
rived yesterday on tho frelphtt-r
Hvadon for tho Miitml Telephone
Company. Thoy will be used In re
placing thoso now In use.
Extreme cruelty was tho grounds
upon which Airs, ilnry Alm jestoi
day secured a illvtncp from hero hus
band II. N. Almy, U. S. Shipping Com
n.lssloner. Judge Robinson granted
the decreo ,
A letter recelv'dKJ)y tho Governor
eterday from Stiperlrttindent Bab
bitt at tho Seattle Exposition request
ail llln fttn rAMilllin If ....-If.l.. .
u ,,,n j,,,c uwhiii,t ii imnMiiiit, 111 .
! In Bcniiio tr, iiannii n,r 11..1.. "The Temple of
but hn ho-n wnrlili.. i,or,t . .t, """o 'lcplcts a meeting nt the sea
The Ac-tophone, which has made
such a lAt at the Clem, Is now Hear
ing the end of Its engagement at
thnt theater, tonight, Saturday, and
Monday being the last two davs on
which this pltce of wonderful syn
chronism will bo seen and heard in
Honolulu, The program for theso
farewell perfornmiues hns been es
pecially selected, nml with the pow
erful and nttructlve London's great
est commedlnn, Hilly Williams, will
appear twice on each program, and
Carnso and Anrona will be seen and
heard In that splendid pearl-llshlng
scene from Illzets romantic opera,
For the lone Sum:r.cr time.
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and Buckhead
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUFS.
Lewis Sz Co., .Ltd.,
1C9 KinR St.
CITY MAUSOLEUM WAH CHONG CO.
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO
Beretania Sr., 0pp. Sachs'.
' DRY. GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
'WAVKRLLY BLK. - HOTEL
the day a success.
It Is plannod among other entertain
ment, to treat the Congressional party
to ai mounted drill, rheischemo Is to
take tho members to Pearl Harbor on
September 1, and from there by spec
ial train to Walilava. They will be
doned at Schofkld Barracks by the offl
cers of tho Fifth Cavalry, after which
a drill will bo given' by the troopers.
Mrs. Alice C. Macfarlane, guardian
of the person of Mary oBatrlce Camp
bell, her minor sister, todny polltlomM
Judgo Robinson to hnvo the' allow unco
of Miss Campbell Increased to en.ibln
her to pay tho Increased expenses In
cidentally to a term In Mrs, Head's
school In Berkeley, Miss Campbell
desired a companion (n her prnpesc I
trip and Miss Whittling will accompany
her, taking a post graduate courbo In
the same school her tuition an I im-
f sage being paid from the funds allowed'
for MIsb Campbell, whose companion
bhe will be.
Latest sugar quotation 4.08 cents or
181.60 per ton.
Sugar, 4.08 cts
Beets, lls4 l-2d "
IEIBI W1IEBI0D5E 1BUST CO.
Members Honolulu StocK rid Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
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visMMimyrmmF!i't-'Wfx --it,-A -, ---rv'-cr,',-
DEAL PUT THROUGH
Hubert W. Shlnglo, president of thu
Hvn'ry'JtVnicrhouso Trust Co., arrived
IrqmiT hip to llllo this morning.
yhllo In that city ho closed tho deal
lor tho puichaso of the Peacock block
by the First National bank of Hllo.
During his stay on tho Big Island, Mr.
Shlng'o made a'cotuplcto circuit, He
rexirts that tho, weather Is very dry
In the Walmea-Hama'kua section and
thu roads dusty, Hllo people aro get
ling down to work In good shape to
prepare for the visit of tho Congi ess
men, and they aro suro to do their
share, in getting the visitors, in or the
,The Industrial Editios of the
Evening Bulletin, ftrapptd
ready for mailing;, SO cent at B u 1
-let in, office,
WILL ARREST. . ..
" if .
Territorial Treasurer Conkllng Is
expecting td Issue warrants for tho'ar
rest of all second hand dealers who
have not jet paid tho $25 feo request
ed by the last Legislature. iThoy hae
all been warned but hjnuy hao paU
no attention. Mr. Conkllng' will also
collect tho second hand dealers feo
from dealers In scru-lron, who, he
inya, are earning on a secondhand
WOOD AND COAL.
shore. The pearl fishers lac had,
according to old tradition, their
election of King, t Zurgn has been
chosen. A stranger who approach
es Is recognized by Zifrga its a'form
er friend. Thoy speak of olden
times, and more especially of a
priestess who was loved by both of
them , In ouler not to fall out on
uccount of Jealousy, they both ov
to renounce their passion. While
this Is going on, the spectators be
hold that priestesses are conducting
one of their number, deeply veiled,
named Lelda, towards the sicrince
stone, nnd It appears that tho veiled
girl Is the same, beloved sincerely
by Zurgu and Xndln. The veil Is
removed, she vows to remain chaste,
the holy lire is kindled, the priestess
es close nround her, oll her clobely
again, she Is conducted awn), for
ever removed from the gaze of tho
Tills dim hns so struck public
fancy that not only has tt been
cheered to thu echo, but had to be
repeated over and over nguln wher
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Many people prefer to burn wood
or coal to any other fuel. Those com
modities certainly have many advan
tages over gas which torn! to equalize
and In many cases more than enual-
ORPHEUM NEW BILL.
1 Another crowded house greeted tho
Oro company at tho Orphemn last
night, nnd showed Its pleasure ut the
performance, by frequent and hearty
applause. The artists have caught
the Honolulu Idea of humor mid urn
paBBlng out bunches of inltth-provok-Ing
business every night. Tho pictures
thown last night wero now and very
satisfactory In every way, and the
after piece drovv roars of laughter
The management has culled from lis
lmmcnso repertoire the choicest
scenes and nets, and will produce
Iftft editorial rooms 2!0 busi
ness office. These ar the telephone
numbers nf the Bulletin 'office.
NOTICE TO ST0CH0LDERS,
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Oahu It.illwny &
I.undu Co. hns been called for Wed
nesday. Auifiist 18th. A. I) 1900. In
Izo a few advantages gns has over t pursuance of the order or tho dlree
wood and coal. Ono of theso advan-1 ,. ,i ,m i, i,i,i m, m,., r
tho II, V. Dillingham Co, Ltd,
I tagos Is In respect to economy. There
Is no uuestlon that far continuous sot-
vice or for a comparatively large fam
ily either wood or coal is mutli to be
preferred. Besides tho reliability of
either of these fuels Is unquestioned.
Tho only caro that noed be tuken
by tho housewife Is to get a good qual
ity of wood or coal. This can bo done
by ordering from TJnIon-Paclflc Trans
fer Co, who make a specialty of en
tering to family trade, nnd who guar
antee that tho fuel thoy sell Is tlrst
rlflsB. A telephone order to C8 will
Insure prompt delivery.
Stnngenwnld Building, Honolulu, at
10:30 o'clock a, in, on that date,
A. W. VAN VAI.KKN'IIUHll,
Secretary, Oahu Hallway &. Laud Co,
Honolulu, August i:i. 1009.
4388 Aug. 14, 1C, 17
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.
Closing of Stock Books.
The stock hoiks of the Oihu Hall
way & Land Co, will be closed to
A watch on the prim I pie or a stop transfers fio-ii iigusl 1 Ith to JSth,
watch, to Indlcnto the number of pulso Inclusive, W, r. DII.LIN01IAM,
' beatB per mlnuto, hns recently been Treasurer.
I Invented, mid 1:1 exptcted to be n( Honolulu, T, II., Aug, 1.1, 1909,
great uso to physicians and nurses. I 43S8 Aug. 1 1, 1C, 17,
Lawn Shirt Waists
Goods All Sizes
Just Opened ex
$5,00 values in Dresses in White, Pink,
Lavender and Champagne
$1.00 values in Waists, for
$1.25 values in Waists, for
$3.00 values in Waists, for
S3. 25 values in Waists, for
$5.00 values in Waists, for
EVERY NUMBER IN FASHIONABLE ST'iXES.
WE SECURED BIG BARGAINS AND WILL OIVE
OUR CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT.
Sale Begins Tomorrow-Saturday
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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