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A Man's Shoe for
Vclour Calf, Vici Kid, Tan Russia
Combines many features not
found in any other make. No
better shoe made at this price.
M. Mclnerhy Shoe Store
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlreleti Addreit
Western Union and Lleber'a
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu 8toek and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin' Big Nlehel
Scratch Pad It the blgnett five eenti
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. 8lx of them for a 'quarter.
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Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
1UST RECEIVED, a large shipment on
J the Alameda of WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single and Double
SPREADS. All sizes of SHEETS and
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PRONE 812. P. 0. BOX 828.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, September 20.
Reduction in price of
25 watt $0.80 40 watt $0.90
GO watt 1.25 100 watt 1.60
Tungsten lamps at these prices Rive the best artificial
light in the world today at the lowest cost.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OUR BEEF IS KEPT IN A SANITARY COLD STOR
AGE AND SOLD AFTER BEING CHILLED. IT 'iS
HEALTHIER AND MORE TENDER THAN MEAT THAT
IS SOLD FROM THE KILLING HOUSE TO THE BLOCK.
OURS IS ALWAYS CLEANLY.
Phone 45. W. F. HEDLBRON, Proprietor.
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Haw Tel ali( pc
ifawTcr 4H ic.
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Va.HFttniuft KciCa (p,
U'kunicar Co 6 it
lam. Pitch Co..
Ha. Irr-'i f.i 2 1 pa. 1
Haw Irrlx Go', ta,
ilkw Com A bug cu i
Ml!.." RCn Cnti tpi
Hoiiakaa Suga. co. 6pc.
Hi. XTIdl Ciil p r
Kotula Ditch Co. 6c
4 oiv'i. t. v.... al.
(tin KIT UCo6pc ..
)ilm Snxar Co ipe .,
3Ua Siixar Co 6 p c
'if Sun. Mill Co, 6i
latf flautatlon Co ...
P'Otitcr Mill Co 6 pc
Aaiaiua iwCo tpc
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLLU., 176-1 CO KINO 8TREET.
PHONE 237, !
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cil., and he is now employed by M. .
SUVA. Mr. Kent is an experienced man in this line of
business, and as a practical embalmer has had 18 years' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva are now prepared to
tcceive all business entrusted to our care, Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St., . Phone 170. Night Call 1014.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL the
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kind of KOA and
2KVSfi5" fc' .Arctic Soda Water Works
Order, . 1 PHONE 557
ONLY table drink,
tured by the
SalCH Ilolwcen Ilounla: S Wnlaltii
fllG; S Walalua, $116; SO Oulm Suk.
Co.. $32; 20 Walulua, $110; 5 Wnlaliia.
JUG; IS Wulalim, JUG; 20 Haiku,
$290; S Onomea, $S1. Session: 25
Onlm Sua. Co.', $32; 30 Oaliu Sue Co.,
$32; SO Oaliu Suk. Co., $32; 30 O.iliil
Suk. Co., $32; 20 Oam Suk. Co., $32;
12' O. K. & I Co.. $134.50; SO Ewa,
$31.12Vi; S' Waliilun. $110; 25 Ewa.
$31.12V4; 20 Kwo, $31.1254; S Ewn,
Latest tugar quotation 4.235 cents
or $84.70 per ton.
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Sugar, 4 23S cts
Beets, Jls 8 l-4d
HENRY WATEHBOU TRUST CO.
Member Honolulu StocK and Bond
PORT ANU MERCHANT 8T8.
New earn,, careful drivers. No. G.
Experienced cnfillicef wlalics posi
tion. See wiiht ad. "
Tlio barKalim at mom's cartuot lait
Itidcnnltcly. Uuy now.
Intvr-tilbiid aui! U. K. A I.. ahlipin
bonks foi sale l the li u 1 1 e 1 1 u
offlrw, l.(, each.
Anything new In the aportlng line!
Anything good In tho liquor line? Yon
can fin 1 It at "Tho Two Jacks."
I If you want a good joli dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlaie Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 3t.
Alfred II. Ting, of Hie llaldwln Na
tional Hank, was married list Satur
day to Miss V.oulig or WntliiUti,
Kor tlic lieil niltonintilie tier vice, rins
for J, A, MrI."Od HeenM'nled Tlinni is
Kl)ir. Telepliono COD, llnd.'iiendont
Auto Stand. '
Cout your Iron rnors wild "Arabic.'
You will It surprised at its cooling
unil preservative properties California
Keetl Co., agnts.
Mnjor Wlnrlow leaves lumorrow oil
lite Matina Kea for Maul, where lie
will lnsiect tho progress In the work
of Improving Kiihuluf. Harbor,
Walter V, rirakd, the collector of In
ternal revenue, has been appointed
by Judge Mntthewman to be guar
dian of the cstata of AllceK. Heard.
Willie Cliapnlpn 'Is In the hospital as
a result or tr) ng to slide down i
drainpipe. He. tvade tho trip success
fully, tho plno coming down with lilin.
and, lie landed en a plcltet fenr... II.'
is thought to bo Injured Internally.
The Maul Evangellc.il Association
will finish Its .tss'slon at l.ahalna to
morrow evening. Christian Ki.-lcavnr
work and other lellglotis mcneinoiits
linvn been discussed sine? the openlug
of tho convention Inst Thursday and
4 'current problems coining under lliu at-
I tcntion of tho ..lu.rtli liava been i:oi:
I Roral Hawaiian Carafe. Phone
191. The only Rarape in town
1 where von tan eet the celebrated
locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa Leilehite'-trips a specialty.
I Automobile reoairinc a 'siecialty.
i Special attention. civen to the mak-
. I inc of gears and all parts of auto-
i- ' mobiles. OeorgtsS.- Wells, Manager.
WHO WILL IT BE?
Now thit the iKislllon as chief cleik
In tho Esccutlvu Uep.irtinent Is mailo
vacant again by, o resignation of It.
O. Matueium. who will tnko chargo
fchortly as manuring editor of thu
morning paper, several persons nre
mentioned among the possibilities fur
that iKisltlon. A. I. Taylor Is said to
bo'-among thorn fnvorably considered,
while II. I. O'Sulllvan, clerk in the
Governor's office, seems to be favor
ably, mentioned, Itunior has it that a
man from one of tho oilier Islands
may bo brought hero to, tako the ikjsI
Hon. At nay ruWtho man who will
fill tho tacahcy lias" hecii selected, ami
It Is only n mutter of a short time un
til tho public knows his name, Tho
newspaper writers of the city heartily
welcome Mr. Mntheson back Into (lit
Governor I'renr says he has the mit
ter In hand, but has not as yet made
At our salesroom, Merchant street,
a.lioiniiiK the Stanenwald Building,
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21. 1009,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Shannon Filing Cabinets,
Large Office Dctk.
Hand Sewing Machine.
JAS. W. PRATT, Auctioneer.
Visit our store if you want fur
niture for little money. We can
beat the prices of any store in town.
Big stock of .furniture now on hand.
Also the celebrated Bailey Woven
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Stock I)tii-'8S look a new start this
morning nnd thero lire Indications that
the market has had merely n tempor
ary rest In picpainllo'i for nnother
bcafou of ncthlty. High prices aro
l.ot rilling but there seems to be a
general rhlftlug of Investments. Wal
alua sold today and htween boards at
$il0 nnd will probably go higher as
tho definite plana for tho dividend in
crcaso aro shaped up. Oaliu Sugar
sold In largo blocks at 32, and is
strong at that figure. Ewa sells read
ily at thlrty-ono nnd an eighth, nnd
Onhu Railway holds strong at 134.50,
Quito a number of prominent Demo
crats were ut the I'ulico Station this
morning asking for the welfare ut
Sheriff Jarrett, who was reported to
havo been violently Indisposed on Sun
day afternoon. Tho Sheriff wng not
In evidence (ho early part of Hie day.
Passengers returning to town by tho
4 o'clock train on Sunday afternoon
reported that a man looking very
much Uko tho Sheriff or tho City nnd
County of Honolulu was so Indisposed
that ho hit I to be assisted aboard tho
Kapiolani Bldg. King and Alakea, train.
Labor Party Members
W. C. Achl the attorney, nnd chief
tain of the l-aliur party, appeared in
the Police Court this morning on be
hnlf of Georgu Knea and others,
chniged with gambling, nnd succeed
ed in having their cases continued un
til next Thursday morning. Although
Achl did not say very much this
morning In tint court. It Is his deslro
to fight the cases through, and if pos
sible, to save his clients from convic
tion. Knca, who ran as a candidate for
Representative tin tho Labor parly at
tho last election, it Is alleged was
caught yesterday with others gamb
ling In the government stables In Ka
kaako. Officer Kellett nnd the other
specials brought them to the stnllon,
where Knea furnished a ball of $100.
nlille tho rest put up $100ach.
I.iiin I'lo, a Chinaman charged with
relllng salt salmon, without first ob
taining a license, wns also in court
this morning. Ho wns represented by
Judge Huniijhrey, who nttempted to
convince tho presiding jitdfeo that his
client did not havo lo obtain a lic
ense In tho absence of a specific stat
ute. Ho contended tint tho legisla
ture of 1907 repealed tho Inw requir
ing tho licencing of salt snlmqii. This
being tho case, ho held that tho mer
chandise license did not includo salt
Brown, who represented the Clly
government, claimed Hint salt salmon
wns merchandise, nnd hence It was
liable. Judge Andrade continued the
case until next Thursday, when ho will'
listen to tlm arguments of counsel.
Malgara tlalhour (w), nnd Martin
Snl, I'orto Itlrans, were In court thla
morning explaining the cause of their
fight. The complaining witness, u
I'orto Hlcan woman in exhibiting her
holokti which wns torn to pleces.ox
claimed that the two defendants tfled
to do her up, when the finite event ac
tually hapiiencd. The Judge" sentenced
tho defendants nnd fined them ench
$10 and costs of court,
Ah How, a Chlniimnn who keeps a
fish stall at tho market, was In cou-t
this morning, churnvd with obstruct
ing nnd preventing Lot Lano, a fish
Inspector, from performing his 'duties,
Lano stated on the, stand that tho
defcndani, who wns repeatedly warned
against selll'ig unwholesome food, to
wit, "wana," ea-eggs..,nterferod with
him when ho nttempted to ireparatn
and destroy the old wanns, Tho
Chinaman, who did not Uko to loso
money, used bad languago (o tho offi
cer, which subsequently caused his
Chllllngworth, represent lug a num
ber of Japanese, had their cases con
tinued until tomonow morning. They
were charged with gambling.
Thero wero only four cases of
drunkenness on tho calendar. One of
tho defendants forfeited his hall of
$G, while tho other three paid a fine
of $3 ami costs of court each,
James Hums was wounded and
surrendered In n posse at Mingo
Junction, Ohio, nfler ho hnd sct a
bnrn on flio twleo nnd'hnd held ev
erynno at bay while tho ffimes
CirHliTHKU. you favor Pongee,
" ' Alpaca, Light Sorgo, Linen or
any other material you will he 'cer
tain to find just what you want-in
our new large assortment.
ClUT IN STYLISH SHAPES
AND MADE FOR-COMFORT
Kinr; St., near Fort.
J. A. McBRAYER
Sour Mash Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey
(Anderson CoaiityJ l !
MATUI1ED HI BOND.
NO BETTER WHISKEY IN THE WORLD.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
169 King St, Telephone 240.
"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 pieced our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLED7F, Manager.
Arc Your Clothes Faded?
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY,
3, Abadie, Frop.,
Is the agent for
Thomas Dying Works of S. F.
STRIKEBREAKERS AT ,
WAIPAHU NOT NEEDED.
La Grippe Follows
It is almost a rub that La Grippe follows a cold, aird
danger soars with La Grippe.
Anti-Grip Tablets, (nobron)
Will furnish relief in one day. Nj, failures.
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
Hotel and Fort Streets.
Weekly Bulletin Si Per Year
Continued from Pact 't
exhibition of good will, am) It Is duo
the laborers to Bay that they havo
dono flist-class work on the planta
tion. O.iliu plantation now has a
largo number of cllUen workmen In
lu viii Inns danartinents. nnd as long
'ns tliev iniil.i, cood thev will stay.
Tail Offlco Hoy "What's tho did j Tl0 on)y Htrlt0 ,mii,er now at
man giving you his good clgain to w()r( ro t)l nve Mlmi,0lj Unit g')
sinokc ror? Does he want you to cut , Men niltrtt n t lot ol,ch day. These
out clgniettes?" ,,, lllrBe,y chlnocc, "wll be letiiln-
Shoit Oince liny "Naw! Ills wiro.cl) ir0,n,y until tho crop Is taken
is I'oming iiowu to iiuiko a union no-
l'urso roulalnlng ronsldcrable sum.
llcwnrJ If returned to "II," Tlul
lotln ufflte. 441-2t
Kngllsh woman, young, wants situ
ation as help lu dining rooms or
private houto. Addiess l'rhate,
lltllletlii olllee. 41l'J-2t
fore sh goes shopping and he wants
her to think he Is out."
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Our Fall Display of
For Women Begins on
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