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EVENING BTJU.ETIN, HONOLULU T. If., FttlDAY. SKPT. 24, 1909 "
Two New Ones
For Ladies '
A black jjun metal tie; splen
did street shoe.
Lot 400. Price $4.00.
A Tan Russia
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable ana" WIreleti Address
.Western Union and Lleber'e
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOAN8 MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlch&l
Scratch Pad It the blgneet five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. 'Six of them for a quarter.
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 89. P. O. Box 607.
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
IUST RECEIVED, a large shipment on
J the Mameda of WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single and Double
SPREADS. All sizes of SHEETS and
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 028.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, September 24.
NAME OF STO-K PiU Up
Reduction in price of
25 watt .'... $0.80
60 watt , 1.25
40 watt f 0.90
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:
, Brewer .
Hawai'an Am (
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Mhmhiu . (
It tkd Hnnr f
HotchliS;cr PU i
K iNi tv
Kckalm S o ...
McBrvd cntr Co
O kol4Hittnr 'Imrt is
Pam'tau u' Pint t
pAilfi., Sj.ur M II
PiIn P anlaltofi t"n
PmfVert Sinrar O e
ri ti mii r.
W. uu Hlsrd
WM ntra Sum M it (
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Hawaiian Riectrlc Cn
Hon R T ft !. Co Pn
Hot RTfc L Co Com
lu ual Telephoned
Nihiku Wi.!brr O
itm R A 1.1 it,
III.. K ROo,
In i II ft M ja ..
Hawaiian P' , C
Haw Ter 4 pc. J .. ,.
aw let 4H pc
OUR BEEF IS KEPT IN A SANITARY COLD STOR
AGE AND SOLD AFTER BEING CHILLED. IT IS
HEALTHIER AND MORE TENDER THAN HEAT THAT
IS SOLD FROM THE KILLING HOUSE TO THE BLOCK.
OURS IS ALWAYS CLEANLY.
Phone 45. W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor.
Haw Govt pc
Mm. uiicn to .
Diver Pitch ti
Ha Irri ' Gs 2 1 p (. (k1
Maw- IrrlK- Co , U, .
ila Comlk bugCw 1 1
IIUoB KCo Con .PC
tlotrtkaa Sue at CO Cpc.
IIihi KTftl. OiA p c
Koliala Dlkh Co. 6c
Mrulylt h Cu.M,
)ahu Kft t-Co6pc'..
laliuSngarCo tpc .
3laa Siicar Co p c
.'ai. Sue Mill Co.
tai Plantation Co ...
I to. t Mill C' 6 pc.
VVaiama Kgnr Co f p c
New car, careful tlfhers. No. 6.
Mlsg Kuto C. Vltla was nmrrled tu
nothnell llylu of B.tn KiuncUixi Seii
Princess Knnannnakoa lias taken n
lioiibc In Hun Kranclsco ami will l.iuko
Iter home there thh winter.
AnrtlilnK new in tliu .porting line?
Anything Rood In the liquor Hud? Vou
can fin I It ut "The Two Jncke."
If you want a good Jolt dona on nr
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriaite Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 8t
Honolulu Scottish ThUtlo Club will
meet In Its rooms. Nor, 11 and 12,
Young building, at 7:30 this evening.
Honolulu Udgo, No. G1C, 11. l O. !:,
will meet n Its rooms. King street.
near Fort, at 7:30 o clock this evening.
W. 11. Hull, connected with the Con-
Milar serlce In thu Orient for aomo
ji'iii-8. Is on his way to thu Coast on u
For the best automobile service-, ring
for J. A, Mcl-eod, neen seated Tliomas
Fler. Telephone 009, tnde)cndenl
aiiio auincu f y
V. H. Hetntzlenlnh, Acting Consul
General at Shnrighal, Is a passenger on
the Tenyo Manl from Yokohama to
C. C. Osborne, chief of the Standard
"Oil Interests In the Orient, has becif
transferred to the States. He will
leave for San Kranclico on the Teno
K. Nnknhiima, a high official In the
T. K. K., Is on his n to the Coast on J
the Temo Mnru. He served through
the recent wnr with llimsln and wns
At our salesroom, Merchant Street,
adjoining Stangcnwald Building.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 24, 1909,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A, M.
Blankets, Coat Shirts,
Men's Washable Suits,
Boys' Rain Coats,
Men's" Vests, Pants, Collars,
Cases of 22 short R. F. Cartridges,
Cases of 32 Smith & Wesson Cart
ridges, Cases of 30-30 Soft-Point Cartridges,
Electric Vibrator, Ink Stand,
Office Supnlies, Cases Horst Shoe
llTHHTHliR. yftti favor Pongee,
" ' Alpaca, Light Serge, Linen or
other material vou will be
to hnd j list
JAS. W. PRATT. Auctioneer.
IN STYLISH SHAPES
MADIi FOR COMFORT.
Kiifr 8t., near Fort.
'"Die I.tttlu HhuplicuU' chnrmliig
N. S Sachs wn an arilwl by the
Alameda. Mr. 8achs hai been away I ' . .. . . f '
i.n a business trip and will have a lt.'n""-r '" atc!' "J M
'" ,,Ct";, ffJriffflr hon,t'.uS3:i. U"t hefnr"ne "mi
y7u"l ' ' !'ll8 'l ''" farmer accuses thu
A wielal dance w I bo gl en this ,, b d ,
evenln; by Win. McKlnley l-od'e No. . ..,. .
o 1- ..r 1 t.v t!...ln Unit nnrna- l.irt ,,il'l 'W .."""V "m .. .......... ..
O. I. m ., IH HlVll ,.(, miiiiii ... fc ,
and lleretanta Blreetn nnd all Knights
SalCB Detwccn Doards: 10 Pioneer,
J1R8; -10 Oahu Sug. Co., $33; $7000
Illto R. n. Co. 6s. $100; $2000 Olaa 6s,
$100: SO Olaa, $4.50; 25 Olaa, $4.50;
20 Honoknn, $18 SO; G Wnlnlim, $119.
20 Oahu Sug. Co., $33; 5 Oahu Sug.
Co., $33; 30 Ewa, $31.75.
MEMO Sept. 24, 1909. At a meet
ing of the Hoard of Directors of C.
Drewer & Co.. held the 23rd Inst., a
special dividend of 3 per cent, payable
ott. 15, Vas declared.
latest sugar quotation 4.235 cents
or $84.70 per ton.
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hi tuiifi innir irieiiun hii i-ifiiiimi; muiuu
'" to attend nn li gotAl'tltue Is assured,
fill The Kapnhulu .Mission (Kplrcnpal).
Is planning to gup a poi luncneon sui
urday, October i. from J2 lo 5 o'clock,
on the Quetn'a iirernUcs, Walklkl, to
i alee funds to iroldo a sultahlo meet
ing plitco for servkes in the Kjp.ihtilu
Frank Crockett J'jo.of Attorney N.
F. Crockett of Wullukii will Bull ,on
theiioxt l.urllnc for the. Coast. He
plans to go to Nasidlle: Tenn., where
he .will enter FlskJ University. Crock
ett Is a graduatu of tho Honolulu
High School. ,
Tsukamoto, tliv Hllo champion, is
suffcrlngrfrom-n -slight -rold, but
hopes to shako 41 (V In, a day or two.
He, Is tralnlW haW Ian feels very
confident 'that MioaVlll lower Mnrn
Uion Jaikson'a colors over tho full
distance ( i jj
O. I). Jfammond'nnd son are now
flnlshlng an up-to-date hearse harness
for M. B. Sllva. tho undertaker, for
his newjuneral car, which was built
to order by Saycrs & Scovlll of Can
clnnatlOhlo. Mr. Sllva expects his
now car to arrive 'hero on on about
October 2nd. X"
A decree was signed by Judge Kob-
Inson this morning in the equity suit
of Mallnna K Amakea against Lelhe
hua Kamakea, Ana Kanuiokalanl Kit-
makea, Namea Knmnken and Kalal
Ahlen. The suit Involved land In Kn-
llhl and Arthur C. Alexander Is named
as commissioner to superintend the
partition of the propprty In conformity
with the order of court.
and finds thu lutiili. wounded In a rocky
r.nlne. In lenculiu the lamb lie Is
hlmseir Injured nnd tho dog goes back
for help, bringing back u neighbor anil
the boy's mother, who curry the boy
nndilumb safely home.
"Tho Fairy a Presents. How a girl
Is abused by her three cruel brothers
Is shown In this pretty colored subject.
A good fairy comes to her aid and tho
brothers are stricken blind when they
lune robbed her of the magic wand
and horn tho fairy has ghen her.
J. A. McBRAYER
Sour Mash Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey
MATURED IN BOND.
NO BETTER WHISKSY IN THE WORLD.
LewjLs & Co., Ltd.,
169 King St.
You can alwajs safely guage
merits of nn amusement show by
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLCU-, 178-190 KING STREET.
4 -U1W ti III ,1 JL
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealen in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Ete. All kinds of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made T
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured, by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1 -.
1 e t i n office.
Sugar, 4.235 cts
Beets, Jls 9d
HENitV WATERH0U5E TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu shook and Bono
"ORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
patronage nccordetl It by tlie public
who are over piompl to discover ami
appreciate an thing good nnd the
Ltendy stream of visitors who may be
seen nightly wending their way
through tho vcstibulo of tho "good old
it" testifies to Its noter wunlng iop
ularltv. As tho largest consumers of
motion plctme fllnis in thesa island,
llalley & lawson, the enterprising pro
prietors, have been ennhled to secure
a servlco second to none In Honolulu,
while the long, practical experience of
tho lattc Is a guarantee that tho oper
ator behind the machine knows his
business. Thos'o jteoplo dos not allow
grnss to grow under their feet or let
their place drift Into a slough of tics
nond such ns has drltcn other con
cerns to tho wall.'
Visit our store if you want fur
niture for little money. We can
beat the prices of any store in town,
Bier stock of furniture now on hand.
Also the celebrated Bailey Woven
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Kapiolani Bide. King and' Alakea.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone. 185.
the Bulletin ottlco.
cards on sale at
"Ilonlno's" will open for Its first
night's regular business on Saturday
Mr. Donlno has turned tho old swim
ming baths into a veritable falrland of
beauty and comfort for people who en
Joy all that Is good in tho moving pic-
tmo line. Ills prices will be iu, 15
and 25 cents nnd tho charnctor of tho
films ho w 111 display Is second to nono.
On tomorrow evening ho will show
the Atlantic Fleet, the Volcano anil
other Hnwullan films In which tho men
of the vlsltlug warships are likely to
be csiieclally interested, although ov
er) body will want to sco Conlno's of
ferings In Hurnpean views nnd refined
Sister "What was tho trouble be
tween ou nnd ma In the pantiy Just
now? I heard you crying."
Willie "My fingers got Jammed."
against proprietary or advertised med
icines, as tho sale of these remedies
decrease their Incomes.
However this mayi bo. tho'gcnernl
public is benefited by tho use of such
standard medicines as I.ydla 13. I'lnK
ham'3 Vegetable Compound, with Its
wonderful record of thousands of cures
among suffering women. Wo aro very
glad to say, however, that thoro ar
hundreds of honest physicians In tho
United States who do not hesitate to
icconimeiid such medicines.
Allegation of extrcmo cruelty aro
contained In a divorce complaint filed
in behalf of Kao Nakata against Mat
tusaburo Nukuta. Tho wlfo declares
that sho was compelled to seek tho
.protection of the Susanna Wcsloy
Ida Nnlcilo asks a divorce from
Charles Nalole on the giound f non-support.
HENRY MAY & CO.f-LTD.
Lady. 15 j cars' experience; export
acLmintnnt, auditor, bookkeeper,
cashier, typewriter, office mana
ger, gcnor.tl offlco work, wishes
position. What can jou offer'.'
Heat references (Coast). llonds.
Addiess, Incorporated Accountant,
Hvenlng llullctln. 4 4 23-31
Tho program at the Kbplro'Thcater
for Friday and Saturday follows;
"Gold Prospectors," a richly colored
and Interesting film portraying tho
trying adventures of thu early settlers
In tho Far West In their seaich for
"Voice From tho Dead " a drama of
capital against labor 1:1 which a pho
nograph plays an ImiKirtant part. Also
knowing nn Iron works In full blaBt In,
an Intensely vivid manner.
"Ilow to Propose." a comady, of
course, could It be otherwise? And Its
fcpnurl "Ileforo nntl After." Two of
tho best comedy pictures oer shown
ACTRESS IS HERE
ninncho Hall, who has been playing
lending roles In 1-os Angeles Stock
Compinles at tho lliirbank and llo
lasco and won much praise for her
conscientious work along her chosen
lino, arrived this morning on tho Alameda-for
a lsll in Hawaii. Sho Is a
petite mil vlvuclius4londo nnd Is one
of tho popular leading women In tho
Uis Angeles stock companies.
CASTOR I A
For Infants ud Childran,
Hie Kind Yoa Have Always Bautf
Geo. Haas & Sons
8c Co.; Ltd.
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
Large enmeo hroorli, between Punn
liou anil city. Itetuiu 180R IMinn
huu. Iteward. 4123-3t
Mr. I II. Kerr, head of Hip business
house of U II. Kerr & Co. returned
this moi nlng In tbo Alameda from u
business trip to tho mainland. Mr.
Kerr went as far eust as New York,
whore bo made purchases of tho latest
goods on terms tbut will bo ver at
tnrllve to tbo buvlng "'iblle. So-iib nf
Hip goodi arrived by the Alameda nnd
cither lots will arrive nn tho l.uillue.
They will bo ieneil up Inmiedlately
mid announcement of-salo iniido later.
near- BULLETIN ADS PAY -mm
Preparing for a
On Monday, Tuesday
JORDAN & CO.,
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