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BVBNIKO BULUMTN. HOrTOUJUJ, T. H SATOIIDAV, AUG. 21, 1909.
For hot days you want ihoes that fit.
$4.50 M $4.50 I
Are a pleasure and a delight they fit the feet perfectly;
They are not only dressy and neat, but they are pleasantly
comfortable for hot summer wear.
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Immense New Stock of
We have just finished unpacking the largest line of
picture mouldings ever brought to this city. This line
offers an unusual variety of gilt, natural wood and fancy
framing material and Jgvcs us unequaled facilities for
framing pictures of all sorts. Now ready.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Comfort means Economy
A Wcstinghouse Electric Fan in your Office meant
comfort, and comfort means economy. Ton know the
whole office force works better and ,gives you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a cool day, Weitinghoute Pans
make all days "cool days." We have all types of fans
ready for you to carry away with you.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Solid pack, fine flavor and as rrcimy as you ever got
on the farm. Kept in our own cold storag; away from
other foods. Has only the butter flavor. ,
awaiian Iron Fence
1XT TO YOUNQ BLDU., 176-190 KINQ 8TREET.
PNG CHONG CO
JKINQ ST. NEAR BETHEL
I Etc All kinds of KOA and
lanu ana notei st. on sue or oia
BION FUENITURE Hade Tr
10 rux un
1037 Fort Street.
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
and Monument Works
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Alfred D. Oooper
Cable ind Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd BUtldlng.
Telephone 489. P. 0. Box 667.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, August 21.
Pal i Up
1.000,91 lot '.
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NAME OF STOCK
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Hrwer It Co....... ..
flu MantMlnn Co ...
M iilaA(rlc.C. -.
H-U Com So Co ..
H-w-rfna Sugar Crt ....
Iluuokaa Sutr Oi , ,.
Ilulchlion Sugtr Plant.
Kiihuku llAiimtinn l'o
Ktkaha Sux Co-, ..
Kolna Surar Co
Omra,aB.iar Co ....
a kola Saaar Plant Co
aa Suar Co I.M ,...
Olowalu Co y.
faaliau Snffar Plunt Co
Pacific Si tar MUM ...
(aia Plantation Co ....
rnwtkco Rtnrar Co....
WiUliia Antic Co
Walmca Sugar Mill Co
InlcMfttand Steam N Co
M '' HlrctllcCO.,
Hon R T ft L Co rrtf
Hon KTSkLCo Cora
Mmnal Telephone Co
Paul Up, ....
Nlnku Rnfihti Co.A
Oahu Rft LCo
ItlloR RCo,. ,,
lion RA: MCo:.:
Hawaiian PI leapple Co.
Haw Ter t pr
low Gov't i tic
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Dl ch Co.,
Ha. lrr- ri'Jl pc txl
Haw. Irrlg. Co:, ci, ...
Haw Com A biijc Lu f tn.
Hilo R Co Con ape
Honakaa Sugat co. Sue.
Ho., RTftl.Cop c
Kohata Ditch Co. 6c
M'bryl. Bum, .
Oahtl R ft LCo6toc ..
Oahu Sugar Co s p c ..
plaa Sugar Co 6 p c.
Pac- Sug. M.ll Co, i
Pala lUnutioti Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 pc ..
Walama grir Co f p c
Snlca Dctwcen UoanUi 30 Hon. B.
& M. Co., $23.12H: 10 Hon. B. & M.
Co., $':3.12J4: 20 Hon. n. & M. Co.,
$23.18Vi: 15 Walalua, $112.D0; SO
Oahu Suk. Co., 32; 50 Onliu Bug. Co.,
(32; 50 Walalua, $114; 25 Walalua,
115; 35 Walalua, $115; CO Oahu Suk.
Co., $32; 30 Oahu Sub. Co., $32; 120
Honokaa, $19.25; 100 Honokaa, $19.25;
200 Honokaa, $19.25; 100 Hutchinson,
$18.12)4. Session: 40 Oahu Sue. Co.,
$32; 10 Oalm Sim. Co., $32; 25 Mono
kaa, $19.25; 10 Olau, $1.50; 8 Walalua,
$115.50; 10 Hutchlimon, $18.12.
Latest sugar quotation 4.11 cents or
$82.20 per ton.
Sugar, 4.08 cts
Beets, lis 4 l-2d
BEHRV WieH UN A
Membara Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT ANU MEKCHANT 8T8.
ARLEIOH & CO., AGENTS.
The W.W.WRIGHT COa.Ltd.
King near South.
"I havo como," said the advanco
agent of progress, loftily, "to civilize
"Which means," sneered tho navai;c,
"that you will oxpect us to wear your
enstoff clothes nnd cat nt tho second
tnble. Well, youiiR man, thoro's noth
ing ilnliiK In tho civilization lino In IIiIb
neck of tho tnll timber; mi, on your
BULLETIN ADS P.V
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlehel
Scratch Pad Is the blgnest five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Safe automobile trips. Phone 191,
Ten gooil uulo-hacka. Phono o.
Under tho management of Monty
Montgomery the Anchor saloon is be
coming' n popular resort.
Let us hntc your trunks scnleil (per
sonal attention). City Transfer Co.
(nJn. II. Lore). Phone 152.
Anything new In the sporting line?
Anythlug good In the liquor line? You
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
If you want a good Job done on nn
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St,
John It. IlcrgRtrom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with Dcrgstrom
Music Co, P, O. Dox 40, Phone 5S1.
Coat your Iron, roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
md preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Manufacturers 8hoo Co wish to call
tho attention of baseball players to
their new Inn willow cnlf haml-nindu
baseball shoe. It's a plpln. Call ami
Mr. Merchant! When you have
frclKht to be hauled to or from the
whnrf place your order with us nnil
you will get the best service in the
city. Honolulu Construction & Dray.
Ing Co. Phone 281,
Sampler of handsome new mater
ials have Just been received by The
Knsh Co. for thoso who prefer order
Ing Alfred Benjamin & Co. stills made
to order. The fit of tho garments Is
guaranteed and tho materials arc very
The Union Klcctrlc Co, makes n
specialty of electrical work around
the Illume, such ns wiring for t.lgbts.
door-bells or private telephone, Instal
ling electric fnns, nil kinds of repair
ing, etc, Olflco cor. Fort and Bcrc
Arlclgh & Co. arc agents for the new
process Du-Ra-Bal typewriter ribbons.
These ribbons nro the best manufac
tured and como for every stylo of type
writer. Arlclgh & Co will put the rib
bon on your machine without making
any chargo for this service.
NOT TODAY" '
IT OCT. 1ST
Tho complete outstanding Issue of1
Pala nnd Haiku bonds will not bo
taken up by Alexander & Baldwin
today, ns reported In n morning pa
per, but on October 1. John Wnter
house said today, however, If any
body wanted to redeem them before
that dnte, that the company would
be pleased to accommodate such per
sons. Tho total bonded Indebted
ness of tho two companies Is only
$562,500, nnd at the time of re
demption $500,000 will be paid to
The outstanding bonded Indebted
ness of the Haiku Sugar Company Is
$225,000, This Is the balance of n
$300,000 Issue of C per cent bonds
mitUo in 1903. I.aft year $75,000
worth were taken up.
Pala Plantation Company Issued
$450,000 worth of bonds In 1903.
Of these $112,500 worth were taken
up In 1908.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Charllo ChllllnRworth appeared In
court this morning for J, A, Nnauao
and Ah Chuck, who aru uccused of
Ktenllni; some rocks from un American
Hawaiian btcamer, Tho caho was tak
en under advisement last Thursday by
Judeo Andrndo and Ills Honor ugaln
fcnt tho caBes over till Tuesday next,
when a decision will be arrived at.
U, Tako, who was charged by Lic
ense Collector Titrroll with violation
of the law, was fined three dollars this,
Clem Qulnn nppented for Juaulta
Peters, who had mopped up more
boozo than ladles generally do, Clem
did not enter any defenso, and pleaded
guilty for his client, who was fined $4.
Chop Ten was charged with break
ing tho llccnso law and had his caso
sent over till next wcok.
Tho court only sat for n short tlmo
ns thero was nothing much doing In
tho way of canon of uny sort.
(Continued from Viae 1)
them higher wages, in caso they go on
ktrlko again. Tho laborers, having no
confldcnco In the story of tho ugenls,
drovo thorn out of tho cano flold, un
mercifully, Tho coming nnd tho interference of
tho Honolulu ngents was reported to
Mauagor henton, nnd ho was request
ed to provent all tho outsldo agents
of tho Higher Wago associations from
coming Into tho cstato of the Gwa
Manager Henton wnH called up today
by tho II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n, asking him if such
a thing had actually taken plane In
Bwaukn. Ho said that It was not
true, so far ns he is concerned.
Ulank bonks of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Dulletln
IV Uiihlng ComcAnj
MONDAY. AUGUST 23, 1909
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK.
Two-story wooden buildintr, with
outhouses, Covered with iron.
Known as the Brickwood homestead,
Jas. W. Pratt,
' OF ADA WRECK
AS TOLD IN HILO
TO TRIBUNE MAN.
Says He Is Still Worried Over Fate
of Schooner, nut Apparently
Doesn't Expect to See It. or Its
Crew on Earth Again.
HILO, Aug. 17. Alec Dowsctt,
the owner of the schooner Ada, tho
fate or which Is enveloped In mys
tery, arrived in Hilo last Wednes
day. "No, I am not hore to look for the
Ada," said Dowsctt. "I am, or
course, still worried over the fate of
tho schooner nnd her crew, but I
hnve practically given up all hope or
ever seeing them again.
"The Ada left I'nauhau on the
lCth of last month, nnd she hnB not
been seen or heard of since. She
bad on board a load of about forty
tons or scrnp Iron for Rosenberg In
Honolulu, nnd should under ordi
nary circumstances have made the
voyago In about eighteen hours.
However, since sho left, there has
been some very heavy weather, nnd
this was without doubt the cause of
her trouble, whatever It may hav
"The schooner carried n crew of
five men, under the command of
Cnpt, Kunmoo. I had hoped that
sho might hnve landed ut one of the
outlying Islands, such ns Knhoolaw?
or Nlihnu, an1 tho prevailing cur
tents should havo taken her to the
latter Island, but we have had n
.smirch made everywhere on the
group, nnd I now feel sure thnt sho
has not touched nnywhere In the
"The schooner Is, according to
Alec I.yle, the strongest in thn tridc,
and other Island captains tell me
that It Is very unlikely th it nho has
foundered. Personally I belhvo that
sl'o rolled the omuls out of he.', m.d
becamo unmanngablo, thoupli cvea
then, it seems to me, tho crev shout t
have been able to rig up i Jury rig,
which could hnve brought tlioui to
mc Islnnd port by this tlni'i. One
thing Is certain, and tint Is thnt
If the schooner is still afloat, Per
crew Is not starving. Sho nlwuys
carried on board provision.), consist
ing of Dour, rice, coffc, sugar nnd
tho like, enough to last for live )
six week, so tho crew ha I title ti
fall bnck on nftor they hal finished
their salmon nnd pol, 1 am more
worrhl id out their water iiiopiv. It
was tho habit or the crew lo fill up
tlulr barrels whenever tlie;- loft n
port, and I flguro that they must
have had on board about two him
dred and twenty gallons when they
"On tho whole the affair Is a
mystery, Sho mny bo afloat, or
may havo foundered, but If the lat
ter were tho case tho crow ought to
have been nblo to nmko land, as
thero was a good sall'boat on board,
unless tho vessel went down very
Tho lighthouse tender Kukul,
which arrived In lllln last Thursday
afternoon Is doing all sho enn to
get information which may tend to
clear up tho Ada mystery, hut sho
has met with no success,
"We camo from Honolulu down
tho Hamaliiia coast, and havo called
at every light on this Island on our
wny," said Lieutenant Houston of
the Kukul Inst Friday. "Wo hnvo
nlso made Inquiries everywhere for
Information about the schooner Ada,
but we have learned absolutely noth
ing new about her. We lenvo IIIIo
tomorrow, nnd will go back to Ho
nolulu by wny of Kau and the Konn
const, anil I do not have any hopes
nf finding out anything about thn
Ki'hooner,' If she is anywhere nt all,
she Is probably nearer Samoa than
Hnwall by the time." H, Tribune.
The Beacon Hat
&Jjj2iJBi war rMtffwSgfc
For the lone
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUPS.
169 Kinu St.
WOMEN COULD BE MADE ENTIRELY SO BY DEVOT
ING MORE TIME TO THE CARE OF THEIR TEETH.
GOOD BRUSHES AND THE BEST PREPARATIONS FOR
HARDENING THE GUMS AND KEEPING THE TEETH
WHITE ARE NECESSARY. WE HAVE THEM ALL.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREET. PHONE 397.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Si, Opp. Sachs'.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
New Rain Coats
RUBBERIZED SATIN, in Tnns and Green; great
value i 110.00
BLACK. GREY, GREEN. NAVY and BROWN
6TRIPED RUBBERIZED SILK COATS $12.50
Superior Quality SILK RUBBERIZED COATS; all
Cravenette Raglans; special value at $0.50, $7.50 an $8.50
You can't exoect to
pet a $5 Quality in a
$3,50 hat, but you can
get the best $3.50
worth in "The Bea
con" than in any oth
er. If you arc willing to
co a little hghcr, the
best hat in the world
The Knox Hat
King, near Fort.
Lithia and Buckhead
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
Alexander Young Building. .
Tel. 339. I
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
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