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EVENING BTJLtBTIN, HOKOUTLO. T. It.. THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 1009.
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All Styles, All Leathers
In Stock, Shaped Like the Foot ' g
Not only exceptionally comfortable, but wean longer
and looks better.
a M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE 0
Immense New Stock of
We have just finished unpacking the largest line of
picture mouldings ever brought to this city.- This line
oilers nn unusual variety of gilt, natural wood and fancy
framing material and Jgves us nnequaled facilities for
framing pictures of all sorts. Now ready,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable nd Wireless Address
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS' 'MADEl'bN LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
1057 Fort Street.
Stock, and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 828.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
The Bulletln'a Big Nlchel
Scratch Pad la the blggeet five cents
worth of paper ever ottered In Hono
lulu. Six of them tor a quarter.
Thursday, August 19.
name or sto:k
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Comfort means Economy
A Westinghouse Elcctrio Fan in your Office meant
comfort, and comfort means economy. You know the
whole office force works better and gives you a better re
turrTfor 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.
2 Brewer k Co..
'tw iMantatlnn Co ,...
'I allai.AiCik.Co. ,.
Com It Sax Co ..
allan Sugar Co...
omn Sugar Co ....
11 ihufin,kr(ji .....
Huchlaoii Sugar Pla-'.
' huku 'lainaiinti i o
Krkalia Sue To-, ...
itotoa Sue-' f'u
0ah8iaax C t
Oimmea Sagar Co ....
O kola Sngar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uil ....
faabau Sugar Pltm Co
Pacific Sunt Mil
Pala riantallmCo ....
eiwtko Sugar Cn...
Pioneer Mill t,o
.WnukuSugar ( . ..
Vtaimea Sugar MMI Co
Inter-Uland Sleam NCo
10.1 R T L Co Prel
Hon n T k L Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahiku Rubber Co.
Maluku Rubber Co A".
)ahu Rft I. Co
lion nk MCo.
Hawaiian PI leapiJe ( n
HOI 3 ,
Haw ret .tf pc
rlaw Tcr 4H DC
Ilawler tw pc
ilalku Sugar Cotuc
Ham. f)l ch Co.,
Upper Mich 6
Ha Irr. r 2 1 c pd
Haw Irrlg Co:, a, , .
rt w Com A &ug lu i
HUoBftCo Con a PC
Honakaa Sugai co ftpc.
Hon RTl,('oii c
Kohala Dlich Co. 6c
Mrbrn b loatt. a
)ho R6r UCo6;.c.
ahu Sugar Co , pc .
31aa Sugar Co 6 n c.
Pac. Sug. Mill Co, oa
.'l "lanlatloil Co ....
i-iuncer Mill Co 6 p c ..
A'alaiua gnr Co $ p e
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Solid pack, fine flavor and as creamy as you ever got
on the farm. Kept in our own cold storage away from
other foods. Has only the buttr flavor.
W. F. HEI1BB0N, Proprietor.
SalcB Hetweon Hoards: $10,000
llllo It. It. Cs, $98; $10,000 llllo R. R.
Cs, ?08; $5000 llllo R. R. Ca, $08; 100
Walalua, $109 25; iq Walalua, $1Q9.25;
25 Wnla'lua, $109.25; 10 Walalua,
$109.25; 100 Hon. D. &,M. Co, $22.50;
10 Pioneer, $180 50; $0 Ewa. $31.25;
10 I'lonper. $180.50; 50 Honokaa,
$18.87K; 100 Honqkaa, $19; 60 Hono
kaa, $19; $1000 O. R. & I.. Co. Cs, $101.
Session: 5 Ewa, $31.25; 100 Ewa,
$31.25; 5 Ewa, $31.25; 60 Ewa, $31.25;
I Oaliu Sus. Co, $32; 30 Oatm Sus.
Co., $32; 40 Oahll Sug. Co., $32; 5 Wal
ulna, $110; 45 Walalua, $110; 30 Wal
alua, $110; 15 En a, $31.25; 5 Honokaa,
$19; 80 Honokaa, $19; 5 Honokaa, $19;
90 Honokaa, $19.
Latest augar quotation 4.11 centa or
$820 per ton.
Susar, 4.06 cts
Beets Jls 6d
HENRY WitEIIHiSE IRUST (0.
"OPT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
wpy-r to vniiun HLno . 178.190 KING STREET. PHONE 237.
WING CHOSG CO
KINO ST. HEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc, Etc. All kinds 'of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FUENITUKE Made T
B 1 UDWI N E,
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE 55" . .
The declaration of tho Nlppu JIJI
(nil tho convicted conspirators that
(lie)' yW carry thqir case o tho high
est court in tho laud reveals Iho (act
that fhey have no poln upon which
they can appeal that effects their caso.
They can appeal on tho grounds that
tho selzuro of their papers by the po
lice was unconstitutional but a deci
sion on this would not necessarily ef
fect tho decision In tho case.
STOCK EXCHANGE MEETING.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 0.
Under the management of Monty
Montgomery tho Anchor saloon is be
coming a popular resort.
flo to tho Wnlkikl Inn for a swim;
best bathing on tho beach. No coral
and flno raft for bathers.
Anything new In the sporting llneT
Anything good In the liquor line? You
can find it at "Tho Two Jacks."
If you want a good Job done on nn
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
John R. ncrgstiom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with Ilcrgstrom
Music Co. P. O. Box 40. Phone 581.
Coat your Iron roofa with "Arable."
You will be surprised ut Us cooling
Mid preservative properties California
Feed Co., ognts.
Thoa. F. McTlgho & Co. hao one of
tho finest assortments of tahlo wines
and liquors In tho city. Call up Phono
140 und get a trial order.
Personal nttentlon Is glcn to ile-
eloping and printing at (lurrey's,
That's why the work Is alan sup-r
lor. llrlng jour films or plates
Try somo of tho Vlrnni HakoryV
Doston brown hi cad and Ilostnn bake J
beans, Will be delivered tu icsldenccs
upon telephone order. Call up 197.
A decrco of divorce was granted this
morning by Judge Robinson to Hatsu
yo Hanasakl and Kiinltnra Hanaakl
on tho grounds of failure to proldc.
Holders of Oahu Railway & I-ntnl
Co. six per cent bonds nro requcsjed
to present same for redemption, with
out delay, at Rank of Clans HprcckcU
Ladles will be ojlmltted free to the
Lengue grounds on Satyrday next. Tho
Hawaiian band will bo In attendance
end tho music will bo something new,
too, according to Captain llerger.
Deputy United States Marshal Ir
win has roturned from Hawaii with
two prisoners who aro held under tho
Edmunds Act. KelBaku Ynno, n Jap
anese am) Mlzukn Knwube, a woman,
arp the two prisoners.
Those who aro deficient in Btrcngth
mid yltn)ity who need n good tonic
mid putrlept arc ndtlned to drink
Leer. Tho best and purest lieer ou
can drink In foiiolnii is I'rlmo, tho
beer that's Urowed to Suit tho Cli
mate. The regular monthly meeting of tho
Hoard of Trustees of the Quten's Hos
pital was held this morning and tho
usual routine work disposed of. .Tho
reports of the staff were rend and bills
passe'ii but no Important work or
changes decided upon,
The City Dads now boast now fur
niture In their chamber. Including new
desks and chairs. Tuesday was tho
day of arrival and thero was some
thing doing In the City Hall. Finally
the new equipment was Installed, and
after r platform Is completed for tho
Mr)or the rolons will bo happy.
This afternoon nt 3 o'clock, M. 11.
do Young, tho noted Chronicle editor
from San Francisco and R. P.
8chwerln, general manager of the Pa
cific Mall Steamship Company, will
address tho Chamber of Commorcc.
Two very interesting tnlks nro expect
ed op tho general affairs of commerco
The First Calico flail of tho Season
will bo slyeii by Pacific Rebekah
I.od go Np. 1, at Knlshts of Pythias
hall, porpcr lleietanla and Fort
htrcots, on the otcning of August 28.
Tho music will 1)3 rendered by Con
lie's Qujntct ptuh. Tickets will hu
(.old at fifty cents.
Hawaiian Lodge No, 21, V. & A. M
viH'())Q ''At Iome" Friday oen!ng
August 20th. at 7:30 o'clock, at Its
hall, Masonic Temple, whin it will bo
pleased to welcome all resident uiem.
bers of sister Lodges, and fcojoiiriilng
brethren. An excolleirt musical ami
ilterary program has been arranged
Accept this Invitation and. come.
Secretary McClellan suggests that
the people 'of Honolulu "open their
homes to tho Congressmen" In tho
party that arrives on August 30th, a
week from Monday. Tho suggestion
has recehed the endorsement of tho
executive committee and there Is plon-
ty of tlmo for linspltnblo homo pcoplo
to respqnd by communicating with tho
Delegate to Congress.
A, a. wilcox has recently given a
llboral and substantial donation to
ward certain Improvements to the In
teilor of Knpala church, Kiuml, In
which he has nlwajs taken a great In
icrest on account of tho fact that so
piany of the Portuguese, who wen
formerly his cmplojees on the Ham-
Ederheimer, Stein St Co.
Come and See
We've picked out XTRAO0OD clothes for boys as the finest in ex
istence. Come and see if we're right.
We selected this line because tho makers Ederhcimer-Stein are
America's foremost tailors for boys.
We selected them because XTRAOO0D styles arc distinctive. One
can always pick them out in a crowd, ;
We selected them because all XTRAO00D trousers are lined, to
double their wear,, Because all XTRAO00D suits contain one-third
more cloth than the usual. That sh!ows,in the drape, and the bojs don't
An XTRAO00D suit will outlast two common suits. Don't buy a
suit i'or jtbe boy until you see them.
THE STORE FOR GOOD CLOTHES.
King near Fort.
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' WAS ALL RIGHT
It It stall d mi I citable authority
that the llellln I automobile accident
was not due to n faulty stculm,
Kiar or hrcuk In tho mncl Inn.
The story Is that Jlellltui'B Chinaman
loaded tho front part of his machine
with M'KetaliloM befnrn hu left home,
and neglected to transfer them to the
back pnit of the nuto aciordlim to tho
former's Instructions. In trying to
linndlo the rnr, tliu ill her was so hand
icapped by tho plu of Ncgct'ihles In
front that hu lost rontiol of the steer
ing gear, which nftcr tho accident was
found Intact ami in good running ord
er, but the rest of the machine was
r the long Summer time.
; ahj&-l '.cr,
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and Buckhead
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUPS.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
1G9 King SL
Tho annual meeting of tho Stock
Exchange will ho held tomorrow nftcr
noon, nt wlilci will occur the elec
tion bf officers for the coming year.
The election pf a now member will
also ho acted ilisip. A committee mot i est N,
jesterday regarding tho annual dinner, receive 8 000
(Continued from Past 11
strain of Imid labor und Soga also
obncrel that he was pleased to learn
that the question of haul labor was
not included in the punfslitiH.nl that
went with inls.ilenie.inor ofTcpses. The
com let Ion that llioy cannot be hen
fenced to hard labor Is one of tho
Minill ekmenla of satisfaction that
give comfort to Maklno and his col
leagues. They h.no lost the Jaunty and self
confident air that distinguished them
during tile courso of the Irlnl and now
seem to realize tint It Is not all wor
thy of being printed lu that remark
ibo "fpnny column" of tho Nlppu
JIJI. Negoro, who in Ids testimony,
professed to no romclhlng Irresist
ibly humorous In the JIJI advice "now
Is thu tlmo to slay tho Shoba dog"
hcems to liao lost his penetrating
sense of humor coincident with tho
erdlct of the Jury "guilty as charged."
Attorney S. F. Chilling orth wns
appointed by Judge I'c Dolt this
morning to dofend Pedro Cnrpa,
chaiged with assault and battery upon
Ramon Martin. Saturday has been
act ub the date for tho p)ea.
DO you suffer from Dyspepsia?
Try Digesto Malt
Extract. It affords almost
instant relief. Its phenomenal
sale is evidence of its excellent
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AN DF0RT STREET. HONE 297.
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania St., Opp, Sachs'.
WAII CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
.fresh from the Coast.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Building.
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill -up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
Three or four tims a year the
lace curtains must go to the wash
Laundering lace curtains is a bug
bear to the housewife.
It is an operation demanding un-
inaiilu plantation, aro members or It. i usual care particularly the stretch'
An amended denim rer has been filed ing and drying.
by Attorney H. Watson for tho de-1 Old-fashioned .methods take a
leniianiB in mo ease or v. ah Kal.Krcut ucu ui iuuc, is wxuuauinc iu
against Loo Chuck, Loo lloon and
l)0 Chan, a minor. The complaint Ib
challenged on tho grounds of nmblg.
utty and that It asks for Inconsistent
relief, tho dissolution of a partnership,
retting aside of a fraudulent convey
ance, und ascertainment and declara
tion of a trust.
Sam Parker lias transferred 57,400
sharps of the capital stock of tho Par
ker Consolidated Irrigation company
to Ills three bona, two daughters and
sister. Helen U, Wldeman and Ctn K.
Woods, tho daughters, receive IB 000
thorea each; Samuel K. Parker, Hm-
Parker and James K. Parker,
shaies each and Mrs.
but nothing lias been dccdcd as jct.'Mary K. etlllman 3100 shureB.
the extreme, greatly inconveni'nC'
ing the whole family when the room
is used for this purpose.
Get a "No-Piece" Curtain Stretch
J. Hopp & co.,
King Street, Near Alakea.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
unlays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m., 3-0 p. m.
Special Value In'
J ' 1 V
SATIN, in Tans and Green; great
BLACK. GREY, GREEN. NAVY and BROWN
STRIPED RUBBERIZED SILK COATS $12,50
Superior' Quality SILK RUBBERIZED COATS; all
sizesv , $16.50
Cravenette Raglans; special value at $0.50, $7.50 an $8.50
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