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' jP ' - ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV H., MONDAY, .AUGUST .10, 09.
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For hot days you
$4.50 m $4.50
Arc a pleasure and a dsliht they fit the feet perfectly.
They are not only drewv and neat, but they are pleasantly
comfortable for hot simmer wear.
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Complete Assortment of films of every size, kodaks
and Kodak supplies just arrived in the S. S. Lurline and
now ready for distribution.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghouse Electric Fan in your Office means
comfort, and comfort means economy. You know the
whole office force worts better and gives you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a tool day. Westinghouse Fans
make all days "cool days." We have all types of fans
ready for you to carry away with you.
WELL KEPT MEATS
BEACH THE SUPERLATIVE DEGREE OF EXCELLENCE
AFTER THREE SAYS IN STORAGE WHERE THE TEM
PERATURE IS EXACTLY RIGHT. IT DOES NOT MEAN
THEY ARE TO BE FROZEN, JUST CORRECTLY CHILL
ED. WE HAVE THAT KIND.
Phone 45. W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLEU., 176-190 KINO 8TREET. PHONE 237.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealer in Furniture Nattreiiet.
rA- v- til 1.1. J. Vftk mvA
CdWtt AlV All JUI1UV ua w hum
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made T(
10 rux un ffl
want ihoei that fit.
Fort St. near Hotel.
Electric Co , Ltd.
the ONLY Uble drink. Manufao.
tnred by the
Arftif Soda WfltCr W(lfkS
rt,UK JUUa nalCI ""
Alfred D. Cooper
Cble and Wireless Addreit
Wfitern Union and LUbar's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds.
Bought and Sold
LOAN8 MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu 8tock
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST,
P. O. BOX 828
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, August 30.
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I'lC Sue. Mill Co,
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Waiama xrir Co j p c
Sales Dot w ecu Hoiiriln: 50 rioncer,
1190; 100 Pioneer, $100; 100 Pioneer,
$190; 1P0 Walalua, $114; 70 Walaltia,
$114; 10 Walalua. $114; 10 Walaluu,
$114; 15' Walalua, $114; 45 Haw. Pine
anile, $27.50; 15 Haw. Plnoapplo,
$27.50; 40 Haw. Pliioapple, $27.50; 50
Olaa, $4.50; 25 Honokaa, $19.37Vi; 20
Honokaa, $19.37'4; 25 Honokaa,
$19.3714; 100 Honokaa. $19.3714; 100
llonokna. $1.37V4; $5000 Illlo R. 11. 6a.
$99; $29,000 Hllo R, It. Gt), $99; $3000
llllo. It.' It. fin, $99; $2000 Hllo It. It. 6a,
$99; $5000 Walalua 5a, $100.25; 41 I..f.
8. N. Co., $109.50; 100 I.-l. S. N. Co.,
$110; 65 I.-l. 8. N. Co., $110; 300 Bwa,
$3125; 10 Ewa, $31.25; 100 Walalua.
$114. ScsrIoii: 100 Bwa, $31.25; 10
Koloa, $150; 60 McDrydo, $3.75; $5000
Olaa 6a, $100.
Memo. No negalona of tho Exchange
were hoM Friday, Aiib. 27, Saturday
Aug. 28, out of respect lo tho memory
of tho lato Charles M. Cooko.
Latftt auaar auotatlon 4.11 eanta or
$82.20 per, ton.
Sugar, 4.11 cts
Beets, lls3 3-4d
BENRY WlTEttHOUSE TftllST CO.
Mambtrt Honolulu BtoeN aid Bond
FORT ANU MERCHANT 8T8.
Doth pianos aro In as porfect condi
tion us when they left tho factory less
than thrco yours ago. Both guaran
teed for five years. At Thayor Piano
Co. store, ISC Hotel St. Also two
88-note Player Pianos vlth Ivory keys,
playing the full 7 1-3 octave. Prices
$550 and $6.75.
The transfer of 1,31 acres of laud In
South Hllo, on the Mall! stream, ail
joining the now Hnnolll right-of-way,
tn tho County of Hawaii by tho Hllo
Sugar Company, has been recorded.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nichel
Scratch Pad la the blgnett five cent
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu, Six of them for a quarter.
Ten coori auto-hacks. Phono 6. '
Safe automobile, trips. Phone 191. '
You can aortl to wait to days for
the liansnliiB at mom's.
Under the management of Monty
Montgomery the Anchor saloon Is bo !
coining a popular resort.
Anything now lu the sporting lino!
Anything good In tho liquor line? Vou
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Officer Apjna nrieMcil a drunken
l'ortiigucsb at tliu fluliiuarU't Satur
If you want n good Job ilouo on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St. '
Down at Dick's i-tcry Saturday,
turkey lunch ml tlier ref esliiiioius, .
Itnynl Annux liar. All aru luvltoil. '
K. II. Purls, maniigini; director of
K. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., leaves tonight
on n hurried huslncss trip lo Kauai,
mid will return Wednesday miirntiig. I
Among tho passengers hooked to
leave In the Manna Kca tomorrow Is
Ernest Parker, who nil! taku ulong
his automobile, on which he will tour
l.um Scong ami Ah Tim wero pulled
In liy the police last Saturday night
as .1 result of thefr dispute on Hotel
rtrcct rear Kekaullkc. Tho dispute
ended In n fight which prompted the
pollco to Interfere.
llulldlng Inspector Mlrhlstcln non
lias 31 plumbers registered on his new
cppllcatlon book, and the blanks are
being filled out for bomls. There nro
ctlll many to register ami tho In-t-pector
urges them to "hurry In" ami
get their names on the book.
An alarm of fire last night called
the department to an upstalis room lu
the rear ot a tenement off Queen anil
Punchbowl sticets, where a party had
become too zealous In a Sunday celt
brallnn. Outside of some irnirod fur
niture an I frightened iicople Utile
harm was done.
Miss Carrie K. Scholti will succeed
Miss l.lclu CrlckuVi)as teacher In tho
Wnlluku public school, Mlm Crlrknn!
has hnen promoted to the prliu-lpalshlp
of tlin Puuneiio xcliool Miss llcirn-
bcrgcr wus offered, the pluro lu the
Wnlluku rchool, hut that young lady
decided that llfu In California was
moro to her liking, ami declined the
Considerable Interest attached to
tho record of thu Stock Exchange this
morning owing to the two days vaca
tion of last week and tho possible re
tiiH on the market.
Tho vacation caused no falling oft
In prices with the exception of Wul.i
lua that told In good sized blocks nt
114 after having gone above 116. Pio
neer Jumped to 190. and Ewa sold nt
31.25. Olaa Is In demand nt 4.50 and
Inter-Island Is telling at 109.50. Thlr-ty-nlno
thousand dollars worth of Hllo
railway bonds sold nt 99, which Indi
cates that this security Is steadily
gaining In strength. Honokaa has ad
vanced to $l9.37'4 and seems to bo
heading toward par on demand from
tho coast. A small lot of McDrydo
Lold on the Kxi hutige today at 3.75.
PlniMipples c-iiuo in for their sliuro of
I lie strengthening iK-cuiing nil along
the line, 28 being asked, and 100 shates
changing hands at $27.50. Tho Ewu
ncreaso was due to the 2 per cent
opcclal and the 1 per cent regular div
idends that go to tho buyer.
MR. BRASCIL RETURNS
M. Ilrasch, manager ot Whitney
& Marsh, arrived today tn the Si
beria from a trip that has taken him
and his wlfo as far as London and
Paris and Included many Interesting
stops along the way. Mr. Drasch
went for business mid pleasure, and
of course has his usual list ot tho
latest features In the dry goods lino
on tho way for tho peoplo of Honolu
lu. Ho had an opportunity to he
roine acquainted with the members
of the visiting Congressional dele
gation during tho trip down and pre
dicts a mutually pleasant visitation
during tho stay of tho nutlonul lead
Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1909,
0AHU VS. FIFTH CAVALRY.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols
Co., E. 0. Hall & Son, Fitzpatrirk
Bros., Ounst & Enkin,
' it- wifisss..; ss r ' U4-Uxr. ..m
ysft j L Ti In handsome assortment. :'p$
sgjl Jk I 1 Stylish suits made by speci-
Pirn wi rrril! anscs wno aesign cioines
rl V ;1 1 I II j only for boys. Something
U If 1 Jlii 1 i better than the ordinary ,-5
Hl 1 ill If and the price is no more.
f WL SUVA'S TOGGERY, 1
eJSZSSI J? W m'm King near Fort
At our salesroom, Merchant street,
adjoining Stangenwald Building.
TUESDAY, Aug. 31, 1909.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. II.
One large copper-fastened racing
shell, with shifting seats and spoon
One skiff or yacht tender and oars.
Oak boat grating, large oars, boat
hooks, sails, tickle, rigging, booms,
One quick-action letter press.
One electric vibrator.
Island bred geese.
Island bred Peking ducks.
Jas. W. Pratt, Auctioneer
Mrs. Wnlter Froar has chosen the
ladles that will assist her lu receiving
tho guests at the reception which i-lio
.ml Governor Frcrr will tender to tho
thltlng Congressman. They nro:
Mrs. S. II. Dole, Mrs. K. A. .Molt
Smith. Mrs. F. M. Ilrtch, Mrs. C. P.
Hces, Mrs. (Jeorgo II. Carter, Mrs.
Oeorgo W. Woodruff, -Mrs. C. S. Hollo
way, Mrs. Samuel W. Dunning, Mrs.
dtorge K. Hunter Mlr Julletto Hart
well. Mm. A. A. Wilder. Mm. W. I..
Whltnoy, .Mrs. II. F. Dillingham, Mrs.
O. P. Wilder, Mrs. J. M. Dowselt, Mrs.
C. II. Hemcnway, Mrs. F. W. Macfar
lime, Mrs. Francis flay, Mrs. C. A. Els
ton, Mrs. Faxon Illshop, Miss Marlon
Ecott, Miss Cordelia Walker, Miss I..
51. Paty, Miss Ireno Fisher, Miss Nora
Sturgeon, Miss Clnrlotto Hall, Miss
Mary P. Wlnne, Miss Eleanor Water
I'Ciise. CASTOR I A
For Infants and CMldrta.
ill KlnHou Have AIwijiBncM
BULLETIN AO. PAV
A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged real
I cstato security. Address 1845,
A -young mini desires position as col
lector. Address I., II., this onion,
(Ilrl wanted for housework; small
family. 1486 Emma St. 4401-:it
Ladles' waist belt, made ot heads,
with Hawaiian liucklo. Howard
nt this oltlcc. . 4101-31
The annual .meeting of tho Will
ulha Hul Land will hu,hold at 10
o'clock a. in. Sept. 30, 1909, at Wat
nihil, Hanulel, Knual,
JAMES K, LOTA., President.
For the long
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUPS.
169 King St.
Combines quick and hard
drying properties without
sacrificing elasticity or dura
bility and protects the wood
under severest wear and
washing. Does not mar,
scratch, white or spot. Works
easily; dries dust free in four
One of the Standard Varnishes
Theo. H. Davies fc Co.,
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our sue
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts ot the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co.. Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Hsu ,r.
MESH UNDERWEAR FOR
Ladies' Keepkooi Union Suits, all sizes,
Highly Finished Under Vests, -, 75c
Knee Length Porus Knit Drawers, 75c
Fine Ribbed Knitted Drawers, - 35c
Special Values in SwLs Ribb?d Vests
Lithia and Buckhead
to six hours, hardens over
niuht and can be rubbed on
painted or old floors, linoleum
or oil cloth, one coat is suffi
cient. Remove all grease
and dirt from floors before
apulving. Reduce with tur
pentine when necessary.
Order. ' rnurib ooi
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