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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY. SEPT. 18, 1900
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A man's shoe fpti$4.50. Carried
Velour;Calf, Vici Kid
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Combines many' features not
found in any other make.v No
better shoe'' made at this price.
M. Mclnerny .Shoe .Store
Cable and Wlreteee Address .
ALDYKE8, HONOLULU. 1
Western" Unlbn . and Litter! i
Hawaiian Stocks ani.Bonds.
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE' ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
Bond Exchange. '-
t 307 Judd Building. .
Telephone" 89. - P.- OaBox 607. ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu, Below Hotel
1UST RECEIVED, a large shipment on
" the Alameda of WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single -antT Double
.SPREADS. All sizes .tf SHEETS,, and
-SHEETINGS. , ' ,
) lei I iiJiU Ju "r
Stock and Bond Broker,
B3 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE . 6ia. P. 0. BOX 628.
Friday, September 17(
Cort 8uCn .."
II.. xraSana'Co ....
Hutchlsan SiH plant.
M'utn plantation l'n
Kttahl Sng Co-, :.....
Oilii ti.it Co
unomva aagar .o ....
Oekola Satar Plant Co
was sour to uo
ruxk Suffir rtim Co
1 Reduction in price of
, . . .$0.80 40 watt . .
. ..-. 1,25, 100 .watt ..
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,,Mfrati .lMn a. ii... .J.u - AL& Lb. M4laft l
uw.nu,iwuIi IUH6 utiles K1VC MIC licit BIUUUUU
light in the world today, at the .lowest cost. ,
The Hawaiian Electric Xo., ltd.
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From our counter is alawvi satisfactory because of iti
freshness and nuritv. We can lunnlv von with anvthlne in ,
! Metropolitan Market
i Phone 45.
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W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor.
repttkto Sozar Co,
rinnttr miii u.. .
. aoi.rxe ion
WllkikiSuflrl. .. ..
,WaiinanaTo Sugar Co..
virwb 3Knr mm 1.0
lnltrlilMd SlMm NCo
Hawtiftn BIwMrlc Co. .
Paid Ult i. :. .
n.hn Jb i.r
Hiioa.R co..; ...;.'...,
Hiw.ll.n PI mipl. Co.
iH.WthJb pc. ..;,.
upocr imcn m
R.lrr-'-it2l p:i- ul
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Haw. Irrla. Co;. A..
Illloa K Co Coil pe
noncaaa sua ai co.xpc.
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Aonaia uiun w. oc.
atrunrrffl ft L.n'ala.
(jam suf ar
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r Cot pc. .
MIU Co. tt
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Pall VUnUIUxi Co
Walalaa itlrCo ipt
JjaeaagggggMaagLXLi. 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 ill 1 egocitjoaig an oiMaMi)j
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Iron Fence .
lawaiian .Iron Fence and Jilnnunjent .Works
EXT TO YOUNQ BLCU., 176-180 KINO STREET.
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Eiub'almer and'Turieral Director, ar-
i rived from Oakland,. Cal., and ne it now employed, by H. .
SUVA,' Mr. Kent ii an experienced man on thii lineof '
. buiineas. and as- a nraotical embalmer bas'had, 16 jean' ex-
lerience. Mr. I. H. Kent: and Mr. M, E. Bilva .are now prepared to -
rceive all butinett entruited to our care. Hn, Kent ii alio a lady an-
maker and will care for the female casei, wnlcn it moit needed in
ar community; She will arrive here within six weekT. time.
I. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment '
120 Fort St, Phone 178. ' v Night Call 1 1011
TOG CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Sealers in Furniture Mattreuei,
to.. Etc. All kindi ofiKOA and
luuanu and Hotel St. on site o old
IISSI0N FURNITURE Mad Tc
the ONLY table drink. Kanufao.
tared, by the -
Arctic Soda Water Works
Salea Detweon Boardi! 30 Oahu
8ue. Co., $32; $10,000 Illlo R. n. C,
$100; 60 Oahu Sue. Co., $32; SO Oahu
Sue. Co.., $32; $3000 Itilo II. R. Ht,
$100. Buealoii: 10 Walalua, $110,. ,
MI5MO. N bohsIoii tomorrow, Soi)
telnber 18. Legal holiday. 'Regatta
. Latest cugar quotation 4.1 1 canta or
$13.20 per, ton. .
Ingar,. y I pts ;
Beets, .ittjp. 3d
Mantkara Hon'lUhJ'.'tocit' and-Band
,i i i...tt .-- ,,i: Exchangr.v .i .. , i
PORT AND MERCHANT STS. . I
. , TELEPHONE 7M.
a a a ip i mt
The Butletln'a Big Nchel
Sorateh Pad, la'the hlggeet five cents
worfh of paper ever offered In Hona
lulu: Six of them foe a quarter, '
.New.cara, careful drlvcm, No, C,'
J. A. Oilman left for the States tliln
morning on the Mongolia.
C, Wilcox Ii In town, having arrived
thla morning on the eteamvr Mauna
Mies Norn Swaiuy, has booked to
leave on the Mongolia for the main
land. Bora I'arkor, Jr., . and Arthur Oay
nailed today for tho mainland on bus-inesa.
l)r. J, It.. Judd, accompanied by Mr.
Judd, nrrved thH moiiilngou the Man-naiKcn.
Chas. Dennett will go to tho Orient
an tho Chlyo Mam, which galls next
Dr. It. D. Anderson wan among those
booked to sail for tho Slates on the
Whitney Marsh-are solo agents
for' the celebrated "Sun lllench" white
lnter-lsland, and O. R. A I, chipping
oooaa ror aaia ii me u u 1 1 e
'Archie McKtllop will bo among (life
outgoing' iittssengerB on the Chlyo
Marti tor tho Orient.
Among the arrivals, this morning on
ihe 'Mauna Ken were It. C. Daldlng
arid' wJ H. Bchoenlng. ' '
Anything nuw In the sporting line?
Anything good In .the liquor llneT You
can nod, It at "The, Two Jacks." ''
ii you. want, ajoou.jon done on.aa
auto or, carriage, take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 queen St.
Down At. Dick's every Saturday,
turkey lunch 'uvl.cllicr rcf.eshmonu.
Royal Annex. Bar. All aru Invited.
Mr. and, Mrs. W. If. Heeu came
Oqwh this' morning from Hamakua,
Hawaii, rn ,thVteamer Mauna Kea.
.For tho bpst,automobllo serylco, ring
fortJ,.A, Mcleod, seven-seated Thomas
Klyer. Telephone' C09, Independent
i :Coat your,, Iron roofs with "Arabic."
YoatKlllba surprised at Its-cooling
and .preservative), properties -California
Feed Co.aanta,.. ,. , , ,
Wm. McKialey Iodgc, K. of P.. will
give an informal -daucc to nil K'. Ps.
nnd thelrfamllles on Friday evening
.D.. Howard-Hitchcock will reiijin.:
bis Bitarday. nicr.'ng iike'ch cbi on
the 18th of this. month, tttudlo, Corner
Oeretania and Miller i treuts, ,
Mr." and ,Mrs. A.. J;'. Judd. left, tor
the' mainland today on the Pacific Hall
liner' Mongolia. Mr. -Judd' will attend
the class' reunion at Yale University!
Midshipman Dickson, U. '8. N... of
tho cruiser California; last night gave
a dinner on board her In honor of'Rcp
resentatlvo James McLachlan of, Lbs
Angeles, and daughter, Miss Juanlta
McUichlkn. Midshipman Dickson was
appointed to tho naval academy b;
Royal Hawaiian Oarage, Phone
191.. Che only garage in town
where Tou-can set the celebrated
Locomobile!.. Around the ItlandHa;
liewai'-Leilehue trips a specialty.
Automobile-repairing a specialty.
Special, attention given, to. the.. mak
ing of gear and all parts of i auto
mobiles, r Qeorgc S.- wells. Manager.
.John Cluney, tho autolst who
smashed, the buggy containing Japan
epo Consul Qereral Uycno last-Thursday
everiliiK.jwos placed1 under arrest
yesterday. Ho waa required to put
up' a bond oMIOOO, which twits furn
ished by his father. Consul Oeneral
Uyeno Is still' suffering from tho ln;
Juries, whllo hie coachmani'. Nagamo
to, who Is 'more seriously injured,-may
Attorney Oeneral Hemenway ha
advised President Mott-Smlth of tho
Board of1 Health that the act, of tho
lost Legislature, transferring thu
maintenance, of thd 'public schools,
doc's not apply to the. county of' Kala
wao. .The.qileHtlon arose over'a .requi
sition that. Superintendent Babbitt dc;
ollned to honor on the ground that
KalaVao was .under tho. Jurisdiction of
he Board of Hoalth.
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At our salesroom, Merchant street,
adjoining the Stanzenwald Building.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1909,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Shannon Filing Cabinets.
Large Office Desk!
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Hand Sewing Machine.
JAS. W. PjRATT, Auctioneer.
tTrHETHER you favor Pongee,
Alpaca, Light Serge, Linen or
any other material you will be cer
tain to find just what you want in
IN STYLISH SHAPES
MADE FOR COMFORT
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-SOCIAL -NOTES 1:
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King St., near Fort.
The Directors of this Corporation
having declared a dividend of 1 per
cent', Dividend No. 147 is due and
payable on Thursday, September
30th; 1909, to stockholders of rec
ord ut the closest tho stock trans
fer books Tuesday,. September 21st,
1909, at 12 m."
Block transfer books will be re
opened on Friday,-October 1st, .1909.
T. II. PETRIB,
Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co.
Honolulu, September 17th, 1909,
nltnrtjfor littlo t-Aovh.k VWe 'can
beat the Dricaaiof-anit itore in town.
(Bit stock of furniture. now' an hand,
rAlio-the celebnitedliUey, Woven
.t" 7 k?ir "aa a
lionolu u .Wire Bed Co.
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 206,
Bulletin-Editorial Bopm phone 189,
The attempt of Dr. John Atcherloy
to secure a rehearing of his case by
means of a writ of certiorari proved
futile yesterday and after, court- pro
ceeding of "an hour and a half; he was
remanded totho custody of, Dr.i' Peter
son, tho Superintendent of .the Insane
'Asylum. .Atcherley andhlsiwtfo were
rrdsent before Jtidgo Robinson aud
Indicated that they; possessed' no Idea
ak to tho Intention of a writ of certlr
rarl. The Atcherleya tried to 'bring
before' Judgo. Robinson 'alleged evi
dence (hat showed tho bias arid prej
udice of tho members of the I.nnao1
Commission1 Mrs; Atcherley even in-'
timating that tho records of tho pro.
ceedlngs had been falsified by Judge
Lindsay, the chairman of- the .Board.
- Judg'e Robinson listened to tho ar
gument and interruptions of Atcherley
and' his wife for an hour and a half
and then dissolved the order Instruct
ing the Lunacy Commissioners to send
up the record. Aicberiey Is now In
the asylum and seems (6 have ex
hausted' hla last legal recourse,
Next -Wednesday afternoon, at halt
hftor fo'dr.Jthe" Women's' Rivers and
Harbors Congress 'Invites all members
anil tho general public to hear Mr:
Ralph Husmcr nnd Mr. W. C. Mcnd6n
hall discuss he most recent phases of
the conservation question, csjioclnlly
where It totlcheH our own Territory.
The Commercial Club hits Kindly
opened Us doors for the meeting.' It-)
central locaton as well as tho late
hour making possible an .Increased atf
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Farewell., Bridge Party.
Attractive In, all, of Its appointments
was tho bridge party given Wednes
day afternoon by Mrs. Benjamin Sam
mons at her home on Young street Ip
farewell compliment to Mrs. Bray, who,
is leaving today, on tho Mongolia for
the States, where she will spend three,
months. The lanal was enclosed with
flags and hung, with-doien of, beaut!,
fill tern, baskets,. while across tho cell
Ingram! In each, of tho other rooms
.where tables were nrranged was a II
canopy or earn symoois in .crimson
and black. -The score cords wero also
In- the form of.. clubs, spades, .hearts
and diamonds and were decorated in
water, colors .with little marine, -views
showlnga,'deinrtlng steumer-wlth the
words "Bon Voyage, and Au-.Re voir"1
done In gold,' the clever brush) work!
of the hostess. Miss. Ekstrand cap
tured tho first prlio, an exquisite
Chinese-dragon, fan with carved ivory
sticks, while Mrs. Henderson was'
(.wunlcd - the .consolation. Following
the games light refreshments wero
served at the, card tables. Tables
wern arranged for about thirty play
era and the nftcinooniwas ono of, much
- w ,
Yesterday the directors of the Kilo?
hana Art League mot, preliminary to
the annual .business meeting of mem
bers. Mrs. William M. Graham, the
outgoing manager, whose health 're
quires ,)css strain than the -countless
demands of League, work, was given
a, vote pr tnanxs for norununnguevo
tlon to Its service. The thorough re
pair of tho Lesgue Building, -which
will dissipate tho last rumor as to Its
unsound condition) Is a matter of con;
ttratulatlon, and the year opens with
every prospect of success. The 'annuel
business meeting of members will bo
hold at th'e Le'ague rooms Friday, Oct'
ober 8 at 4:30, Tho hour Is-set late
'that men as well as .women may' at
tend, for various matiers of. Import
ance, are to come up, . v
J. A. McBRAVER
Sour Mash Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey
. (Anderson County,)1 r .' ,
MATURED IN BOND. '
NO, BETTER WHISKEY IN THE WORLD. ' '.
LewiaS & Co., Ltd.,
' LI0.U0R. DEALERS.
169 King Bt. " - Teleohone 240.
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CONTRACT TO LET
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The contract. for dredging. tho Hack,
fold slip was awarded to the Hawaiian
Dredging Company by Marston-Campbell
yesterday, Tho, Company's bid of
$19,687' waa .the only one received, Ac,
cording to tho terms of the contract
about 67,000 cubic yards, of material
Is to be moved of which 6000 yard
la to bo placed on tho' wharf and tho
remainder to, bo used, In filling tho Ku
will pond at Iwllel. If thoro'ls any.
thing left over It will bo devoted to
the Improvement of the new polo
grounds at Kaplolanl Park,
18S editorial rooms 256 busi
neet office. .These tare th telephone
pitmbere of the- Bulletin offlc.
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"The Very Beit Jn Everything" ii the iecret of our iue
ecu. 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 parti of the city.'' '
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
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La Grippe Follows
It b almost a rule that La Grippe follows a cold,, and
danger soars with La Grippe.
Anti-drip Tablets (Hobron)
Will furnish, relief , in one'day. No failures.
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
- "'-'' ''lunited." : '" '"
Hotel and Fort Streets.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Per Year
White boy before nnd after school,'
. to ledn 'grocery' business, .Ad-
drefo II, V., this bfflcb, 4418-01
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Our Fall Display of
For Women Begins on
E. W. JORDAN & CO., .LTD.,
Fort Street '