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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1909
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Hi A Pleasure To Put On m
For hot days you want ihoci that fit.
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Are a pleasure and a d slight they fit the feet perfectly,
They are not only dreisv and neat, but they are pleasantly
comfortable for hot simmer wear.
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Complete Assortment of films of every liie, kodaks
and Kodak supplies just arrived in the S. S. Lurline and
now ready for distribution.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort St. near Hotel.
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 and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlehel
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.
F. 0. BOX 928
Sugar, 4.11 cts
Beets Jls 6d
BE1HBV WATEKIIOUSE TRUST CO.
a td Bone
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghonse Electric Fan in your Office meant,
comfort, and comfort means economy. You know the'
whole office force wor'ts better and gives you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a cool day. Westinghouse Fans
make all days "cool diys." 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 creamy as you ever got
on the farm. Kept in our own cold storage away from
other foods. Has only the butter flavor.
Phone 45. W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
A FOUR-ROUND REFINED BOXING
Louis College will be re-opened
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Honolulu, Aug. 27, 1909.
The stock books of the Kona To
bucco Company, Ltd., will be closed
from August 27 to September 3,
1909. II. P. WOOD,
Treasurer, Kona Tobacco Co , Ltd.
May's Old Kona Coffee
The Best Coffee.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Phone22
KONA TOBACCO CO., LTD.
Ten good auto-hacks Phone 6.
Safe automobile trips. Phone 101,
J. K. Aea came back this morning
I rem Hawaii.
Dr. J. T. McDonald was among the
arrivals this morning on the steamer
Undor the management of Monty
Montgomery the Anchor saloon Is be
coming a popular lesort.
Anything new In the sporting lino?
Anything good In the Manor line? You
can fled It at "The Two .Mcks."
K. S. Ojcrdrum, manigcr of Mono
kaa plantation, arrived thin moinlng
It you wunt a good Job done on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
K. Harrison the contractor, who
went up to llllo last Tuesdaj, returned
today on the Maunii Ken
Down nt Dick's nor) Saturday,
turke) lunr'i nil tiher nf islimuili.
llojul Annex liar. All nru United.
J. V. Uergatrum, who has hem on
business on Hawaii, icturned this
morning on the Mnuna Kea.
Ml. and Mrs. S. P. Woods were
among the Incoming pissi users on the
Mnuna Kea today from Hawaii.
Go to Ulom's next week for dry
goods and household domestics. 111k
gest clcaranco sale of tho jenr.
V. V. Drake, Collector nr Intcrn-il
Revenue, was a returning passenger
this morning on tho Mnuna Ke.i.
H. II. Penhallow, manager of Wat
luku Sugar Company, Ik In town, liuv
Ing arrive! tills morning on the Mnuna
A firm school of IHh wnu netted In
Iront of tho Wulklkl Inn )ilerday af
ternoon by a pait of three. The flnn
ones oro plentiful along the beach at
Mioullriht swimming parties ato
ery lmpiilnr nt present and the beach
fiom the Inn to tho Seaside Is crowded
eery evening with incir) patties of
I II. S, Truscott of Makawell, Kauai,
Is rctinnlng to tho Harden Island on
the Klnau next Tuesday. Ho visited
file big mill at I'uuncno and also made
the rounds of the other plantations on
nf.C. navloss, tne of. tho gangers of
tho Intcrnnl Revenue Sen Ice, left fo:
Maul last night en route to tho Knu
pakulun Winery; where he will repre
sent tho .gomnmcnL. The new sea
son at that winery begins today.
Fair utchungo no robbery. Do unto
tho otherfcllow as ou would hale
him do unto joii (square deal). Tr
tho Island Transfer. Phono 5&8 for a
square, deal In wood, coal, rartago cr
contract work. 0. W. McDokiiII
Hoad Supervisor Wilson reported to
tho Hoard that he had to make unus
ually largo pajnients for crude oil,
school grounds curbing, for new wng
oils, etc., and the bill was about
(3746. This dug Into his road nllow
anco and ho asked for special relief.
Ho wanted to do extra work on out
I) Ing mads Just now as tho season of
bad weather was approdchlng and he
would have to discontinue, such work
then. It has hem referred to the
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L ff'j& ocnool ;l
$&kij i-4i Clothes ' "
' Vf," iI- n handsome assortment.
W-LrA L '( ! Stylish suits made by spsci-
wWX fTaHJ alists who design clothes
I 9 S 1 I ony or oys Something
faf W I 'II I i better than the ordinary
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m MmiL, diva's Tor.r.FRY
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1 JEZSJ' W Elhs' Bld Kin ncar Forl
At onr salesroom, Merchant street,
adjoining Stangenwald Building,
TUESDAY, Aug. 31, 1009.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
One large copper-fastened racing
shell, with shifting teats and spoon
One skiff or yacht tender and oars.
Oak boat grating, large oars, boat
hooks, sails, tackle, rigging booms,
One quick-action letter press.
One electric vibrator.
Island bred geese.
Island bred Peking ducks.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
August 20, 1909.
In ucrordnnCA with Artlcln VI of
the Uy Laws of this company, I call
crs of tho Kona Tobacco Company, KIlKF AIM SPHINX
ltd . In tin IipIiI nt tli nfflre of r!iis. HI'slLllll Ul 1III1A
tie & Wtthlngton, Honolulu) T. II ,
Septomber 3, f909, at 10 o'clock a.
m., for the following purposes:
Election of five directors for the
Heports of officers, and for tho
purpose of authorizing a mortgage
loan. JAUKD a. SMITH,
President, Kona Tobacco Co , Ltd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Carry a complete stock of Coffins and Caskets. They
have just acquired th; "Everlasting" process of Embalm
ing. This system doe) away with any mutilation of the
They are the pro-noters of the City Mausoleum.
Agents for the Harris an Mutual Association.
Their prices and services are satisfactory.
W. W. HALL, President.
J. H. TOWNSEND, Funeral Director.
GEORGE R0CHA, Assistant.
Office and Charel, No. 69-71 Berctania St.
Jas. W. Pratt, Auctioneer
Territory and Board of
Supervisors Get In
On Big Feast
For the long Summer time.
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and BucRhead
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUPS.
Lewis & Co., L-td.,
169 King St.
In addition to tho $200 which tho
Hoard of Supervisors appropriated
Inst night to nld Maor Tern's limit
fund, tho Territory has assured Ills
LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Ctl., and he is now employed by M. E.
SUVA. Mr. Kent is ai experienced man in this line of
business, and as a prac ical embalmer has had 16 years' ex
Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva arc now nrcnared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a ladv un-
Honor of n substantial contribution, dertaker and will care for the feraile cases, which is most needed in
so that with an emergency fund nt our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
S.'OO to draw on, tho projositlon
M. L Silva s Undertaking Establishment
Night Call 1014.
One of tho fimn) clnracters that nc
caslonally drop In to pa an official
visit to Judgo Amlrade was up before
him today. This Is Hoy, the Koiean
Sphinx, who, despite tho masculinity
of his namo, Is as coy and shy ns a
Doy was up for doing nothing and
ho did nothing so well and earptstl'
that the cltv asked him tn do some
All persons having claims against ,,. fo f(mr ,nonlll. in ilnlU(, .
the late GEOIIGB NAMOKUEHA of whch Jl0 ctly acquiesced, having t.
Honolulu, deceased intestate, are ,ew (lozell MJC, I11CII lno room ,
heicby notified to present thtitr wncn i,in.
claims to the undersigned, through
Genornl Delivery of the Honolulu
I'ost Office, within six months from
date, or they will be barred. AH
When he bttnds before the Judge, ho
sticks his finger In his mouth and looks
up at the court out of tho corner of
Ms co like n perplexed puppy but to
will turn out better financially for
the Major than he first figured. In
fact, ho now has In sight enough
money to nearly tover nil of tho ex
penses, although ho absumed the ie
sponslbllity personally at first.
Secretary Khcnburgh )estPidny
finished mnlllng tho Invitations to
tho Island guests, and those nddioss
ed new and qualified sureties In
bo presented through tho cntcitnln
ment Cnmmlttco soon ntter their
anlvnl. Major I'ein is today begin
ning to contract for proslons, and
he has already Blghted some fine
joung pigs to furnish tho roast.
With his long experience In the
hum business, the Congressional
feast promises to icllpse an) thing
nttemptcd here for many jeara.
1120 Fort St.
'eekl Bulletin SI Pep Year
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLCU, 176-190 KINO 8TREET.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on lite of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
ONLY table drink,
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
the court room, not evon to the Interpreter.
persons Indebted to the deceased aro ()llto ho ,, nol ,,!, ,, won, (n '
equested to make Immediate settle
ment with tho undersigned,
Honolulu, August 28, 1909,
MHS. U7.7AK NAMOKUKI1A,
Admlnlstintiix of the Kstato
of Gcorgo Nnmoliueha, De
ceased. 4400 Aug. 28; Sept, 4, 11, 18, 2S.
County Ulcctrlclan Frazco has In
formed Supervisor Alott that tho
water is getting low In tho resenolra,
and that unless there Is un nddltlonal
supply within three wceka thoru wilt
bo on power for tho got eminent stn
lion In Nuuanu alloy. Mi. AjUtt! Violin Genuine
lefcrred the matter to tho Supervisors
last night, nnd the matter will bu In
vostigntcd at onco, for without ixiucr
the city may an night be thrown Into
Three or four good carpenters nt
onco. Apply nt I'alama Settle
did finish and tone; worth S30;
will bell for l2J.no. Also guitar
In enso and mandolin, Harry
Roberta, 1503 Houghtalling Ilnad,
PUBLIC INVITED TO
DR. BEin LECTURE
Tomonou afternoon nt .1 n'cloiK Di.
Titdeilc Hell will glo Ills fie lec
tor at tlid Hawaiian hotel, tho subject
or which will be "If a Mnn Die Shall
He l.ho Again." Iho kctuin will bo
given on the hotel lannl anil the pub
lie Is cordially lu.ltvd to he pnwi lit.
Dr. Doll Is tin eloquent spc ikei and
has n eiy magnetic prestnej H
his lirturod In neaily eC"y 'lt of
nil) size In tint civilized woill nnl
tlniho who hear him tomoiroK will Iim
limply leunld foi their (line.
MESH UNDERWEAR FOR
Tho il.mre of the St Louis Collego
Alumni will bo held In the Dielor
Alumni Hall tonight. Kail'H orchoklia
will he tln.ro. I
Lcdies' KeepKool Union Suits, all sizes,
Highly Finished Under Vests, - 75c
Knee Length Poms Knit Drawers, 75c
Fine Ribbed Knitted Drawers, - 35c
Special Values in SwLs Ribbed Vests
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