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I Albert Edward lie
Hanan's new drcis tic, THE ALBERT EDWARD, we
opendd on the Glh. ' i
This shipment comprises entirely new features and
mart styles. Tour nsw ties in Patent, three new Tan
Russian and four Black Vici and Gun Metal Calf Bluchers.
These gems of the always popular and favorite man
ufacturer of flue shoes arc positively the admiration of
all who see them.
We arc now in a position to deliver the finest assort
ment of real swell dress tics ever shown.
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
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 89. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big .Njchel
Scratch Pad Is the' blgflett five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu, Six of them for a quarter.
IRONING MADE EASY
By the use or an ELECTRIC
IRON, Cool, Clean, Corhfort
able. No Odorr No Dirt No
Danger. Simplicity itself.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
p1. 0. BOX 628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
li May, September (7.
NAMIi Of STOCK
2 Brewer At Co ....-..
Ilii ti'att A?tc.(
II inn ftSurCn ..
It illmi MigifOi
M mu Suifiir Cii
1 lkliftSiiicnr V.n .
Hutchlnnii Sugar riK'il
fir in n ii.Miatni i
Kikftli.i Sitft Cih ....
(clou bavr fo
Dimmr Simlf Prt ....
O kolRStifciir Plant Co
uu mi gar lo ia
Paaliauugar I'kiii Co
r. rin tut imi Co .
Pel km suirnr Oi.
Wj-U'ii Agile tr .
V?,!ulti. ttiriM o
W intra Sunr Mill Co
Id. Alloy, Nunanti, below Hotel
1JJST RECEIVED, a large -shipment- on
J the Mameda or WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single and Double
SPREADS. All sizes of SHEETS and
NEW ARRIVALS EX "LURLINE"
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakca.
Inlrr-Utan 1 SIMin N Co
Hawaiian Klrctllf d.
Hon TI. I.'o I'lfl
Mutual Ttlrj hntif Co
Nhiku Hubber Co Am
Olhukft I. Co
Inn HAM Co-. .. .
Hawaiian Pr Kaplilc C.n
Haw To 4( ic I .. ..
law T.r aVi nc
MawTf tVt p t....,.
Htw tov 1 t tie
lAlVuHtiKFr tA ,c
Him. 1)1 ch On .
Ha lrr-"i to ' p c l
Maw IrrlR- Lu . ,,a, H
II w twunl.x sun Cm J i
lllln P KCn O.111 our
Hjtijkaa Sucii co 6k:
110.1 r rlc v c
Kolula Ditch Co. 6
lahii Kft ! C 6 c .
taluSaxar Co s pc ,.
laa Suear Cn a i c
I'ac Sue. till Co, tl
ran 'untaihiii t.u ....
'lonttt Mill t 6pc ..
Walama :ri; Co s p e
I VI Jil
Flora our counter is nlawjs satisfactory lerausc of its
freshness and purity. We can supply you with anything in
Phone 45. 4 W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietdr.
New enrs, careful tlrUcrs No. C,
C. .1, Aiwllii camo ittmn jcstvntny on
II. P. llalilwln will hao for his
homo on Maul' tmluy.
II, MorKAti wn n imsseiiKer on tho
Hall for Kniinl jcstcrtluy.
Tho Motroixilltan Market will close
nt noon tomorrow. Only miu delivery.
Inter-Island and O. It. A 1.. shipping
Looks (or sale it the 13 u 1 1 e 1 1 d
oIBce, Hi nach.
C. W. C. IJecrlliB nnd wire were
nmoiiK tliu ouR()liiK iiasKoiiRL-rit hint
night on tho W. (I. Hull.
Anything new lit the sporting lino?
Anything good In tho liquor line! You
can find It ut "Tho Two Jaiks."
If nu want n good Job done on nn
nuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage MfR. Co., 427 Queen St.
Down nt iJlckV every Saturday,
turkey liinrh ml ttlier ief eshnicniii,
I(o) nl Annex Uar. All alo Invited.
For tho lient automobile ttenlce, ring
for .1. A. Mrl,etxl, hovcii nealed TliouiaH
lrlor. Telephono 0U9, 3id(n-nilcnl
Coat your Iron mors tlth "Arabic."
You will ba surprised ut lta cooling
fand preservative propcrtks California
Feed Co., agnnts.
T. Howard llltelicork will resiiii'i
IiIh Situriluy nit'r'.'ng ki:'cli cl.m-t on
tho 18th of thlH month. Htndln, cornor
Ueretunla mid Miller rtrwt.
A low branch at I'awna lano tinik
the top off .loo l.ucns'H hack Mnuda
night und If It wuh not for IiIh watch
htoppliig a broken supiiort would have
Injured the iaHenger.
A ball will be Riven by tho com
bined lodges of tho 1. 0. O. '. nt
their hull Saturday night fur tho
eiilcitnlnineiit of the ntllccm and
men of the Pacific, Heel.
Flrxl Lieutenant Qiilnlau. Fifth Cav
il ry, will Hbortly take bin examination
In .be admitted to tho liar before tho
Supremo Court. l-at Mght ho ami
Mm. Qiitnlmi goto a dinner nt the
Young hotel In honor of Congressman
II. Ollu Young of Michigan.
General mid Mm. Mct'lellnn have
Issued Imitations for a reception to
morrow afternoon from 4:30 until
ti:30 o'clock, at whkh the guests'of
honor will bo Admiral and Mrs. Ho-'
In ec. Tho reception will ho at the
McCandlrss residence o'u Nuiianu
avenue, which the McCaudlcss nie
nt piesent occupying.
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191. The only canine in town
where you can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island. Ha
liewa. Icllehue trips a specialty.
Automobile rcoairing a soecialty.
Special attention given to the mak
ing of gears and all parts of auto
mobiles. Decree S. Wells, Manager.
At our salesroom, Merchant street,
adjoining the Stanzenwald Building.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21. 1009,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Shannon Filing Cabinets.
Large Office Desk.
Hand Sewing. Machine.
JAS. W. PRATT, Auctioneer.
Who hasn't envied the man dressed in a cool white
serge suit? These suits arc just as comfortable as they
look, and they're dressy, too. Wc have just received a
line of the celebrated IIAItT, SCHAFFNER & MARX
white serge suits cut in the latest fashion and all so low
priced that they're eaiily within your reach.
King St., near Fort.
Sales Detw ecu Hoards: 30 Oahu
Sag. Co, 32: I10.1UO Illlo It. It. i.s,
Sinn; M Oahu Sug. Co., $32; CO Oahit
Sug. Co., 32; $3000 Hllo It. It. Cn,
$luu. Sctstoii: 10 Walalun, $110.
MICMO. No hctu-luu t'omorrow, Sejn
tcmber 18. I.enl liolKl.i). ltegjtta
Latest cugar quotation 4.16 cents or
$83.20 psr ton.
Sugar, 4.2I cis
Beets, lls9 3-4d
Membtrs Honolulu StocK a ,d Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
jiawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLCU., 176-190 KING STREET. PHONE 237.
KINQ ,ST. HEAR JJET1TEL .
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A and
iNuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
JMISSION FURNITURE Made T(
ONLY table drink,
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE 557 ..
MORE FLEET BALL
At Ilia Leagiio grounds yostorday
uflernixni tho Colonulo nine ilefoatod
llio Muiyl.ind bos by u scoro of 9 to
7, There was u fair muster of the
1 leet .lacklea and aveiy play was
wnkhed with Interest. lf!iko and Ay
cock formed tho bittery fur tho Col
orado and they did lino work; Huko
lanneil ulna men and A) cock did boiiio
The games nrn for the Dig Four
Cup and much luleiest Is being tiiki'i.
In them, There will bo n scries of
lluee giinies played for llio cup, mid
tho Colorado nine will meet tho Maiy
laud bunch ng.iin this nf lei noon In tho
All tho ships nre liming ball g-Jt.ics
eery nftt'innoii, mid much Interch'. Is
taken In tho play. Some of tho null
nrs are putting up n fine brand nf ball
nml In n few Instances the work U of
leal "stnr" order.
The UBiial bunch of fans Is expected
to toll up this iiftcinoon und tlieit Is
no iluubt that somo good ball will be
185 editorial rooms 25G bust
neat office. These are the telephone
r umbers of the Bulletin office.
GUI' OFF BY TRAIN
Unfortunate Man Goes to Sleep on
the Railroad Track and Is De
capitated Alleged to Have
Sukagticbl, a Japanese, was found
dead on the railroad track between
llotuiiillull und Hoaeno Inst night. Ills
head was novel cd front his body unit
ho bad evidently been run over by a
Tho Jnpuneso was of weak mind and
his friends hiIskciI him some days ago.
They searched high and low for him
for diiyslbiit could llud no truce of him
until last evening.
Tho unfortunate man ha A evldontl
gnno to sleep with Ills bend resting on
the rail mid bad been hurled 'Into
eternity hefoio awaking. Deputy Sher
iff Furnaudcz of ICua will bold nn In
quest tonight Into the death of Suka
eucbl, although there Is not miirh
doubt Unit the affair was accidental.
Four Cases To A Day
Have a Virtue Of
An overloaded calendar baa Its
pleasant side, n Judge Whitney bus
found this month In dlspn.-duK f
tho numerous cares that lime rnnio
liclore him. When the calendar for
September and Ottober w.is nrrang
ci Clerk Mniculllno began to idle
llio cases up four to u day, nnd the
Judge laughed nnd speculated on the
centuries that they would- be be
hind In (lie work.
Some of the cases have been Wan
dering mound legal pustules for four
or live J ears, with apparently no one
interested enough in them to gather
them up. When the betting of tho
cases forced them to tilal, the at
torneys, wnn were cry anxious to
try them, llgetted mound n bit and
mine had the cases stricken from the
calendar as being unprepared fur
trial, nnd others discontinued theirs.
Three (uses nhead lime now been
discontinued, those of Keaulana s.
Snow, ejectment; II. J. Lord vs. W.
W. Harris, assumpsit, nnd Lain Ylt
h. I.anf Wo Sing, assumpsit,
Tho ccnirt Is strictly up to. date,
and today there nie no cases before
tho bar. Monday, out of tho four
scheduled for trial, only ono re
mains. Tho others blue been dis
continued, continued or stricken.
The court Is Hot only up to dato,
but li f(i after trjlng n long case
In assumpsit that camo to Judgir
Whitney on n change nf venue from
Hllo. The Jury jestcrdny brought
In n verdict tor $91.7r for It. T.
(inard In his suit ngnlnst Divld
Keliihaiilt Tho caso resulted In n
mlstrlnl twite In Illlo, und the loMI
Jury, idle nrthe most Intelligent (lint
has sat In the Circuit Com t for some
time, wits only out twenty minuter.
J. A. McBRAYER
Sour Mash Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey
MATURED IN BOND.
NO BETTER WHISKEY IN THE WORLD.
Lewis & Co,, Ltd.,
169 King St. Telephone 240.
OPIUM TEST CASE
IN SUPREME COURT.
(Continued from Pact 1)
tho bhlpment nnd'nilo of tho
Deputy County Attorney Mllvertun
Is handling tho caso for tho Territory,
maintaining that the InturHtnto Com
iiierce laws have been violated, nnd
that Ken's net was unconstitutional.
Now that the WIUon law pinhlbltu tho
Importation or sale of opium tho tied
fclnn'nf tho Supremo oiiit will bo one
of great Interest from many stund-lolnts.
John l'aiinaska, an Omaha Bticet
sweonor, earning $1.7fl n tiny, has
been Infniiued that ho Is n duke of
ltussln with n princely estate of ng
rlcultilial lands nnd forest reserves.
Tho estate was taken out of his fam
ily through politic nl trouhlo enis
ngo and has Just bctn lestorcd by
When surgeons In the city hos
pital at Newark, N. J., examined
tho appendix taken fiopi Jacob Dels
ler, they found In It twenty-two
bird shot. Muting rabbits Is bellcv
td to have caused him to swallow
WHAT ARMY AND NAVY .
FOLK ARE DOING
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our sue
This, together with the "know how" in the rnanu-
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. Wc deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
Italv Did It
Information lias reached naval
lncs In this city privately of an
liiiidont on tho target shooting
I ii ni; o or tho Atlantic Itcot off Capo
Henry which lias nroiiiet moro or
less Ecvcre comment on tho part of
tho olllceis ot. the licet ,nt work!
tbeie, uifd It Is thought may bo tc
flous enough to become n mutter for
ut least unofficial correspondence
with the government iff Italy.
Ou Sunday morning the Italian
cruiser Etua now u school ship, and
at present visiting the port of Il.il
tlinore, sle-imcd through the lleet
and deliberately went close to tio
tin gets In position for battle prac
tice anil observed1 them. Tho Etna's
ciHIriTH nho put their glasses on tho
various devices used by tho Atlantic
lleet in taiget practice, and weie so
tlnllheiiite about tho performance
that tho American naval unicorn
were not only astonished, hut many
of them weie lingered about It.
La Grippe Follows
It is almost a rule that La Qrippc follows a cold, aitd
danger soars with La Grippe.
Anti-Grip Tablets (ijobron) ,
Will furnish relief in one day. No failures, ,
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Hotel and Fort Streets.
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Yar
THE DANGER MARK.
Accoidlng to statistics compiled by
tho Interstate Commerce oiiimlssloii
tbero wore K6.1 people killed by rail
roads during January1, Peliriinry iind
March or this oar; 15,122 weie In
jured. During tho period there weio
1012 collisions und V242 derailments,
nud of these figures, 108 collisions and
14R derailments uffected passenger
trains. The total dumago to cais, lii.
Vines nnd road ay h from these acci
dents amounted to $1,847,202,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Save Money on
the Little Things.
THIS WEEK at JORDAN'S
' Women's Extra Fine RIBBED VESTS, worth 25c at
i . . v two for 25o
RUBBERIZED SATIN RAIN COATS $10.00
SALE OF DRUMMERS' SAMPLES CHILDREN'S
WASH DRESSES, from $1.00
Two-Button Black or Whits LISLE OL0VES 25o
WASH SUITS, neat stripes , $4.50
NEW DUTCH NECK WAISTS, Special Value.
Odd Sizes in CORSETS 25c pair
1 to 3 inch TORCHON LACES t..50c dozen yards
Fine, quality PEARL BUTTONS 5c dozen
STAR TRIMMING ,BRAID. 30 yard pieces for 25o
Largo and' small PANISL BUTTONS ,.,...... 25o gross
DARNING COTTON, all colors two for 5c
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.,
New i Big Value in
Linen Suits, Lingerie Gowns.
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