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For hot dayt you
Are a pleasure and a d slight
They are not only dreitv and
comfortable for hot mmmer
f . !H50 $4.50
. Other Visitors
Who wish scenic, genre and portraits of Island subjects
are respectfully invited to see our big assortment. We
'act as a clearing house for all the views taken in the
Islands, and our assortment is the largest.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghouse Electric Fan in your Office meant
comfort, and comfort means economy. Ton know the
whole office force wor'u better and gives you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a tool day. WestinghouseFans
make, all days "cool days." We have all types of fans
ready for you to carry away with you.
BEACH THE SUPERLATIVE DEGREE OF EXCELLENCE
AFTER THREE DAYS 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.
4 MJiPBSSSSBSSSSSjniBSJ nil
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLLU, 178-190 KINQ 3TREET.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All kinds of EOA tad
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of 'old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
To Put On m
want shoe, that fit,
they fit the feet perfectly.
neat, but they are pleasantly
Fort St., near Hotel.
Electric Co., Ltd.
and Monument Works
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
. ., PHONE 557 .
Alfred D. Cooper
Cabla and Wlreltn Address
Wastarn Union and Llebar'a
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LI8TED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd building.
Telephone 489. P. 0. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. Jf.O. BOX 828
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, September 4.
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Maw Com us Co
Ilenmpultiitai Co .
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Vlmaiialo 3U.al Co
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.Valaiua griCo fpc
Sales Between Boards: 40 Hpno
kna, 19 25; 20 O. R. ft U Co., $134.50;
10 O. II. & I.. Co, S134.50M00 Olan,
$4.50; 16 Pain. $270; 50 Walalua. $113;
50 Walulua, $113. Session; 25 Olaa.
$4.50; 5 Ewa, $30; 5 Koloa, $150; 5 Ha
waiian I'lueniiilp Co, $28,
Dividends Sept. 5, 1909; Haw. C,
& S. Co., 2cc share; Onomca, 2 per
cent; Ho.iomu, 1H percent.
Memo. No session Monday, Sept. 6,
1909. Lenl holiday. Labor Day,
Latast' sugar quotation 4.11 can't or
$82.20 par ton.
Sugar, 4.11 els
BENRV WJITEROOUSE TRUST CO.
Mambara Honolulu toen and Bond
PORT ANU MERCHANT ST8.
A bright office boy. Address U C,
Bulletin office. 440fl-ai
Housekeeping rooms, Cottage Orove.
llrnwn horse with stripes on nose
and whlto spot on forehead; hind
feet white. Notify C. K. II.
Cuing, 1523 Alexander St., or
this office. 440C-21
Lady's gray coat, trimmed with
whlto brnld. Please return to
this office. Howard.' 4406-2t
A Pointed dog. Itetiiin to 0. II.
Wall, Hosslnger St. mid recelvo
185 editorial robma 250 busi
ness office. These are the telapl int
lumbers of the Bulletin office.
The Bulletin' Big Nlchel ,
n l J la AlaA kli.aa.1 M.. MS..I
ocraicn riu is n uiuc. iivv (..mi
worth of paper aver offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono C.
Safe automobile tripi. Phone 191.
Ladles err In reiii.unlim away from
the Bale at Blum's.
New lingerie robes from (I 50 tip at
Whitney & -Marsh's.
The Metropolitan Maiket will close
nl 10 a. in. Monda). Labor Day.
uilxi-Uiknu mi" u. It. L. atilpplng
I iioki fot anle it thf D u 1 1 1 1 u
i.fDce. bt. each.
Under the management of Monty
Montgomery tho Anchor saloon is Iftj.
coming a popular resort.
An thing new In the sporting line?
Anything good In tho liquor line? Von
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
If ou want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Canlage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Down At nick's meiy Saturday,
turkey lunch nil cllicr .of uslinicnis,
Hoyal Annex Bar, All niu Invited.
Among the arrivals this moinlug on
the Mauna Kca vng Chan. K Notley,
president of tho Homo Iluto ptrty.
A farowoll ball will be given at the
Young Hotel to the CongiusHlcu.il
party upon their return from Hawaii.
Mr. Mathews' classes meet at tho
following hours. French, 7 p. m.;
(Ic'rman, 8 p. m.
Judge Whitney yesterday ordered
the case of B. B. Banning ngnlu.it Cum
Man Plo stricken from the calendar.
Iter, Stephen Desha, the sl.ver
tongued orator of llllo, Hawaii, Is in
town. 'He arrived this morning on tho
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will ba surprised at Its cooling
Mid preservative propertiea California
J. T. Molr, plantation manager of nun
of jhe plantations on Hawaii, camo
down today on business He nrilvcd
on the Mauna Kca.
In an eleven Innings baseball gamo
today on the City diamond, the
Spaldlngs defeated the Hall & Sou
nine by n score of 3 to 2,
Full advantage was taken of the
benuttful moonlight at Waiklkl last
evening, anil there uere many bathing
parties from the Inn and Seaside.
Tho transport Thomas which nrrhed
from Manila )esterday, sailed lust
night for San F.ranclsco, carrying mall
and officers of the Twenty-ninth In
fantry. II, C. Wnldron, of the Honolulu Iron
Works, Is leaving on the Claudlne fof
a hurried trip to Maul. Ho will en
deavor to catch the Mlknhala at La
haina on his return trip.
McBlroy, one of the well known
vagrants of Honolulu, hnB been arrest
ed and sent to Jail. He prefers to live
nt tho expenso of Ibu government ra:h
cr than cam his livelihood.
One of the auditors of tho Higher
Wage Association will leave for Japan
(hnrtly. His accounting of the strike
funds, n;cnrdlng to certnln informa
tion, has not been satisfactory
A petition for voluntary baul.itiptcy
was filed for Frank Hustaco b Attor
ney HumphrevH yesterday, Tho
amount of the liabilities is placed nt
$23C,0C9.34 with nsscts of $51 on cv
Phone 191. The onlv Raratre in
town where they have the celebrat.
ed Locomobiles, round the Island,
to Haleiwa especially. The Royal
Hawaiian Garap-e. Automobile re
pafrinp a iw'altv,
As the Dergstrnm Music Store will
' closed on Mondny per tons wh'J wish
ii'tta for tho Withe- conrei t on Mon
day nre nihlscd to got them 'oday or
ttity will have to wait until tho the-Plcr-box
offlr niem, Monday ovonln.5
Treasurer Conkllng yestcdnv sent
East tho sum ! $5145 ns Intc-ci-t on
the three per cent. I'ulillc liuprovo
ment bom's of the series of l'KT.lOux,
the bond Issue amounting to IfjS.OOi),
Tho money la paid to the Unlto.l Ht?trs
Mortgage ft Trust Company.
Among tho now teachers nt Oahu
collego Is Miss Itutli Smith, ta) will
uo trio musical director, Mlss Smith
cornea from Long Beach, Cullfornli,
where she has taught In tho public
schools for u number of yeuri. Miss
Nowell will bo a special tc.vhe. of
Tho First Hospital Corps of the
N. 0. II. will' play the Fort Ilugcr
nine at the League grounds tomor
row. The game will start at 1;30
o'clock, ami will bo followed by tho
ono between the Kama and Diamond
Heads, The other game that was
announced as being between the
Guards and the Kalihls lids been
Thayer Piano Co. received yesterday
by tho Alameda six (0) Richmond
l'l.inos. Three (3) of them go to Onhu
College, together with a Stclnwuy
a an i
KEMIKOI On August .11, 1009, nt
Keulnkfkua, Kona, Hauill. Mrs.
nmmii Jullua Yates Kcillri'ol, belocd '
wife or Samuel Kelllnd, aged 31 !
At our salcrcon-.s, Merchant St.,
adjoining the Stangcnwald Building". ,
FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1803.
10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Some exceptionally fine KOA FUR
NITURE of original design.
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON
One "BUICK" TOURINO CAR.
One "WHITE" TOURINO CAR.
One "OLDSMOBILE" RUNABOUT.
Jas. W. Pratt, Auctioneer
A TREAT IN STORE.
The appetite of the Honolulu mu
sical contingent Is uIwuh keen for
good music and something new.
Illchnrd St i aims' mm at a In F Major,
while' not new In the sense that It
Is n late composition by that emin
ent musician, It will be new to the
people hero when rendered by the
Withers Concert Company on Mon
day night nt the Opera House. Her
bert Withers Is recognized In the
muslrnl centers of the world ns a
premier 'cellist taking rank with the
best who have ever been heard In
London nnd the Herman capitals. To
have an opportunity to hear tho
work of Itichard Stnlims plnved by
him nnd accompanied by Mine. Klzy,
than whom no more finished artist
has ever appeared here, will be a
treat indeed. The program on Mon
dny is tc bo something unusunl and
tho favorite baritone, Mr. Charles
Bennett, will do much to make the
concert nn en Jo) able one. Seats nre
now on sale at tho Bergstrom Music
A great picture was that which
showed "Napoleon" the man of des
tiny. H left n desire for more pic
tures that would show other events
In tho life of tho "Little Corporal"
and the Kmplie management hits ono
to show tonight, one Hint will tell
of his marriage and divorce and tho
departure of Josephine for Matmnl
son. It Is a great series. There
are other pictures on the program
which will bring weeps of laughter
to the e)en of the Moles. Take, for
Instance, "Hard to Beat." lt has n
lot of stuff which might easily be
taken for local color. You will for
get tho troubles jou carried around
nil day If you will go to the Um
pire tonight and see the pictures
which tell of fear that Bridget has
for rats. The show Is the heist tlicra
is In town.
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ALMY MARRIES HIS
Gooffrey Almy, son of United
States Shipping Commissioner Almy
was married lately to Mrs. Mniv
Buchiinnn Almy, his late stepmother.
The happy event tamo off In San
Francisco on tho nrilvnl of Mrs.
Almy to that city fiom Hawaii.
Young Almy, who had preceded
Mrs. Almy to the coast, met his ex
mother nt tho docks and quickly
whisked her off to the church, wheie
they were united In the holy bonds
Mrs, Almy had recently got a di
vorce from her husbtiml, and had
departed next day for tho coast,
there to meet her affinity, It Is re
ported to have been n case of love
at flist sight, and tho maternal af
fection quickly blossomed Into tho
more torrid ai tide under the bright
The happy )oung couple have de
parted for their bono) moon, and no
thoughts of other scenes will bo al
lowed to Intrude on love's )ouug
CARD OF THANKS.
8. Kclllnol and family tako llila
menus of expressing their nt iireclatlun
to their fi lends for their anulstanco and I '
sympathy during their recent beruuvu. I
McJalist Dancer, will open an
Academy of Physical Grace Cul
ture and Teneinrr at Odd Fellows' !
Hull. Friday evrnintr, September 10. '
Adult classes. Monday and Friday, ,
8:30 p. m. Juvenile classes. Tues
day and Friday afternoons. 3:30 p.
m. Jtor terms address Haalelea
Lawn, Hotel and Richards streets.
.HW na fvulfitoui wnnin
jii "' xTRA00D
Ederhetmer, Stein & Co,
j x " -- ?. rmw t&smearr
Boys' School Clothes
Smart Knickerbocker Suits and
mannish little styles; either
kind liked by tlu boys.
Bring your boys here this week
for a try-on.
For the lone Summer time.
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and Buckhead
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUPS. APENTA WATER.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
109 Kinjj St.
"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 nil parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLE1JF, Manager.
Exquisite Creations in Lingerie Gowns
at 8.50, 12.50, 16.50, 1S.50,
25.00 to 35.00-
Nobby Styles in Linen Suits, 15.00,
17.50. 20.00 to 25.00
Klegant Line of New Waists, 5.00
to 2 ;.oo
New Tailored Dutch Neck Waists
l.OO, I.25, I.50, 2.00f 2.5O, 3.OO
All better Styles come one of a kind
No charge for alterations.
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