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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 1909.
We have a few pair of black
and of tan
of broken lott, that will tell
for $6.00 a pair.
Theie are regular (9 booti.
Come in and let ns thow them
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Just received from Alameda. A new line of
WHITE DRESS GOODS
Alfred -D. Cooper
CtbU and Wlrelees Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonis
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
, Bond Exchange.
307 Judd Building.
Telephone i8. P. 0. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT 8T.
P. 0. BOX 628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, October 2.
NAME OF STOCK
Reduction in price of
-v., Tungsten Lamps
r 25 watt 0.80 40 watt $0.90
60 watt 1... 1.25 100 wa I, ....... 1.60
( Tungsten lamps at theie prices Rive the best artificial'
light in the world today at the loweit cott
The Hawaiian Electric Co.. Ltd.
Hrtwcr k . ........
Rwa limitation Co .,
Haw Ctim ft Aug l'n
Hawaiian Sof Co,,,
Hntomu Miaai !' ,
Bonnkaa uaar O,
alkntiHi.rrn ,, ,,
Hntchlann Sagar PI'H
Kahuku PI lirtatioii
Kckalia Su- fo- ...
nolo, -uitr t o
McBmlr Sfltfir Co ....
Oah. Suasr C
Onoaxa Su,rai Cn .,
O kola Snaar Plant Co
Olaa Sonar Co U1 ...
'aartau supir rmnt .
'lfW ui Mill,. ..
Pala Plantation Co ...
Wwlalua Arrl'' Co
vWitukuMnearr'a . .
Walmra Sunt Mill Cn
Inlri-Wand Slmm N Co
Hon RT4 LCoPif"
MatuftI Ttlrpnont Cn
. Paid Up,,
Nahik. R.bbtrCo Aa.
Oahu It I. Co., ..
Hawaiian P' teapnlc C n
naw l cr 4 p r
YOU WUI BE SURE OF BEING SERVED WITH
IN THE CITY IF YOU OEDEE FROM US. 0UE SUPPLY
IS LARGE ENOUGH TO ENABLE US TO MEET ALL DE
MANDS. Metropolitan. Market
Phone 45, W, F. HETLBE0N, Proprietor.
Haw Ttr 4H P.
iiaw icraia pc
Maw Tr l- pc
Haw Govt tpc
rtalku Sngar Co p r
lac, Dlicb Co ,
Ha. Irr.'i na2l rrc. rwl
Haw- Irrljr- Co, es. M
llk Cow A uglo t pc
Hlk R Co Con a pc
HMtakaa Sutai ca 6pc.
Oahu R 'wCo6pc.
f)ahu Sasar Co i p e . .
31a. Sugar Co t p c. .
iat Sag. M1U Co, 6c
faia DlanlalaniCo ....
rkniMi Mill Co 6 DC ..
Walaiaa Kttv Co l p c
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bui I. tin'. Big Nlchel
Scratch Pad la the blogett five cent.
worth of paptr aver offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
, Sales net ween Hoards:
M87V&; 210 Olaa, $4.87 W; 30 Olaa.
14.8714; 10 Olaa, M-87H; 25 Olaa.
$4.87',4. Sosslon: GOO Oahu n. & L.
3s, $101.26; SO Ofna, $6.25; $1000, Hllo
R. R. 6s, $100; $500 lUlo n. R. 6a.
$100; S Ewa. $31; 25 Ewa, $31.25; 5
Ewa. $31.25; 5 Walalua, $118; 20 Wal
alua, $118; 100 Oahu Bug. Co.. $33; 5
Ewa, $31.87tt; 50 Olaa, $5.37?.
Latest Sugar quotation 4.20 centa
or $34 per ton.
Now oira, careful drivers. No. fi.
New Hrtrlc gonns at Whitney &
Get your hat -.-leaned at tho Loading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
Madeira Onion Seed Host vnrlcty,
just received direct, and fur Rale by
Qonsalves & Co., Ltd.
Kred Durnlngham, late of Olaa, Ha
waii, Ii now In charge of tho landing
at Honokaa plantation.
Princess Kulanlanaole will be at
homo Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 5, from
3 to C In tho afternoon.
For the best automobile scrvlco, ring
for J, A. McI.cod, seven-sented Thomas
Flyer. Tclephono COS, lmdcendent
A real Hawaiian luncheon will be
given at noon today in the Queen's
grounds at Waiklkl for tho benefit of
the Kapahulu Episcopal Mission.
Frederick Lllley, son of tho ex
Uoternor of Connecticut, panned
through eh re. on the Tenyo .Muni,
bringing home a brldo. Mrs, LI I ley
lb the daughter of the Chief Justice of
Governor and Mrs. Frear entertain
ed at dinner last evening at Arcadia,
tho guests of honor being Admirals
Hebrco and Barry. 'Other gucstB were
Gen. and ..Mrs. McClellan, Capt. and
Mrs. llees, Capt. Denson, Judgo and
A carpenter by the name of Nelson
fell from one of the buildings at Kurt
do flimsy, Waiklkl, yesterday,, and hs
face and head were Injured to such an
extent that It was 'feared, ho might
not live. The doctors now cousiuer
him as past danger.
Speaker Ilolsteln came to town to
day to appear before, tho Supreme
Court on Monday in the l.rovil caso
against the House for money claimed
to be due him' ns tho Houso stenog
rapher. Mr. Furtado also came on the
Mauna Ken and MrvKlco of Kauai will
bo hero tomorrow. i , ' i
Qerman Lutheran Church, Bore
tanla street; Felmy. 9:45 Sunday
school; 11 Fcstgottesdlenst mlt dur
Uesatiung von B.'M. 8. 'Arvonn'
Drltte Predict aus dcr Itelhe tiebcr
nntiea orrenbnruireV In ller Natur
Wandernde Mlm'iuefckperiier and Hire
The new County aujomobllo drew
Its first blood , u0t, Baturday, wnen
Deputy Sheriff kattcx'waa taking his
first lessons In the. nob)e art of run
ning tho machine 'Fetter was crank
ing the nuto, when he "was struck
on the Head by'.bhe-df the levers,
Inflicting a slight wound. Hllo Tri
bune'. Boyal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191. The only garage in town
where yon can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the bland,, Ha
litwa. Leilehue trips a specialty.
,. ,. Automobile repairino; a specialty,
bo uiaa, o-i -.f-ntion tivn to the mak.
isk of eean and all parti of auto
mobiles, Georet S. Weill. Manager.
A Japanese, Salto, arrested yester
day for practicing medicine without a
license on a warrant Issued from Hllo,
tamo before tho attention of the At
torney General's Department, aB his
friends wished to ball him out here.
Mr. Hemenway decided that tho local
courts had best not tako chances, but
bend him back to the court that Issued
YOU'LL be able to take your
choice this Fall from a very
hrcc variety of stlc3 in
Hart, Seliailncr & Mars
clcthrj wc litre brouRht to
gether fcr you. 'i ou needn't
wear the pattern or style
that otlt'is wear if you don't want
tc; we have plenty 6t wool things to
thow 30.1; new prajs, blues, olives,
vjrstcds, cheviots,, scracs. tweeds;
all the l.ish-cclcrcd, smart weaves
in all the best and most fashionable
You can't buy better clothes then
these; there are none better made.
All-wool, best tailoring, correct fit.
This store is the home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes.
C.trriit 1909 r
HU ' JLc Man
King, near Fort.
FRIDAY, OCT. 1ST, 1909.
Balance of the stock and jeweler's
tools and appliances of the late
THOMAS LINDSAY, ESQ.
Gold, Silver and Nickel Watches,
Gold and Nickel Watch Chains,
Gold and Silver Lockets,
Plain Gold Rings and Gold Rings
with various settings, Hat Pins,
Jab Pins, Neck Pins,
Gold Bead Necklaces, Cuff But
tons, Shirt Studs, Thimbles, etc.
Large Press and Dies. Rolls,'
Lathes ' I
Buffing and Polishing Machines,
Grindstone, Anvil, and full assort-!
ment of Jeweler's and Engraver's .
Tools. , O, I
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JAS. W. FBATT. Auctioneer.
Pure California Olive Gil
In bottles, quarts, half gallon and gallon tins.
' QUANTITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. -v '
The "Ehmann" Oil has a world-wide reputation nnd is especially
recommended to the family trade.
Lewjs & Co., Ltd.,
Telephone 240. 160 King St.
You can save money on your haul
ing and draying by availing your
self of our services because wc have
the best facilities in town for doing
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLCU., 176-180 KINO STREET.
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WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc, Eto. All kinds of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti
ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
. PHONE 557
New Iron Beds
Merle Iron Beds the best in
America just received. We guar
antee them. Also a fine new lot Of
sideboards, buffets, bureaus, chif
foniers, etc, from Doernbecker Mfg.
Co. Our prices lowest. '
Honolulu Wire' Bed Co.,
Kapiolani Bldg, Xing and Alakea.
Sugar, 4,20 cts
Beets, 10s 10 l-2d
HEIRV WATEBIOOSE TKUST CO.
Member Honolulu IttocK and Bond
PORT AND MERCHANT STS.
OF THREE YEARS
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St, 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
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Weekly Bulletin l Pep Year'
Rnllrtln Fitnrial Bnom Phonn 185
Three years' Imprisonment at
hard lubor was the sentence meted
out thls-mornlng by Judge De Bolt
;to IHgaahl, the Japanese charged
with an attack on a young girl. The
Japanese was Indicted at the last ses
sion of the grand jury and entered a
plea of guilty to the charge.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY TO
Japanese Benevolent; Society.
At the general meeting held on
Sept. 30, 1909, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
G. Motokawa President.
D. Yonokuru Vice President.
Y, Mlkaml Secretary
T. KaUumma Secretary,
O, Nak'amuru Treasurer.
M. Komeyu Auditor.
: SUNDAY SERVICES :
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The First Mothodlst Episcopal
Church, corner llereluulu nvenuc nnd
Miller street, John T. Jones pnstnr.
Sunday school 10 n. m, ArUiur Ilob
blns, superintendent. MoiWdg wor
ship 11 o'cloik. Sermon by tho pan-
tor. Epworth League r:30 p in. J.
II. Walker, a consecrated )oung nmn
of tho navy, will lend the mtetlng.
Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. At
this hour n gieat temperance mass
meeting will be hold. The iiddruui
will be delivered by II. O. Emmons,
chief yoeinan of the West Virginia.
Mr. Knunons has an extensive roputn.
tion ns a temperance lecturer, and
wan for years prominent in temper
ance work in tho New Englunt
States. A quartet from tho Wash
ington will sing temperance son,;
Tho music af these services will hi
In charge of Frank L. I.en, tho pas
tor's assistant and, musical director.
Prof. Nuthan M. Lewis, organist.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Tho bo)s of the army nnd navy,
tourists, strangers and the public
generally ore Invited to these ser
vices. Tho members of tho W. C.
1. U. nnd all persons Inteiesteil In
temperance nre most urgently re
quested to be present at the meeting
on Sunday vonlng.
The Pacific Mail steamer Korea,
Sandbei g, arrived about 1 o'clock from
the Orient and docked after n quick
Inspection by quarantine and customs.
Among tho passengers on lioaul Is,
R, S. Miller, assistant secretary to tho
American, Ambassador to -Japan. Him
is travelling through with hU wife
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Ullll iUIOOUa I.IIIIUll UlIU IIUIIIl'l .11 I mm -a - . .
ler. P. D. Danky la another man op IrlOnGdV mOminS.
rinnii,! iuti la Wiill lnnsarn Iiai I
, Tlie Korea has on board for Honolu
lu 1300 tons of freight and 51 snekx of
mall, pleasant and uneventful trip Ii
reported by tho officers.
Pending the settle
ment of the case now
pending in the Courts,
the Honolulu Brewery
will not deliver beer
from its cold storage
rooms from 11.30 Satur
day night.until 6 o'clock
C. G. BARTLETT,
Central Union Church. Illblc
school nt 9:50. C. II. Tiacy super
intendent. Classes for nil grades In
tho study of tho International les
son. Men's League lllblo class nt
9'50. This will be the opening
meeting of the class since the sum
mer vacation, An Interesting hour
Is assured All men nre Invited.
Morning worship and communion
scrvlie ut It, Communion seivho
by the. minister, Heceptlon of new
members. Speilal tuusic by the
chorus choir, "I Will Mention Thy
Loving Kindness" (Sullivan), MM
Marshall nnd choir. Christian 'En
deavor Society at 0:30. "Life Les
sons for Me Form the Book of Inhe
sions." Leader, Herman Ingdlls.
Consecration meeting. Evening ser
vice nt 7:30. Sermon by tho as
sistant minister, "A Fateful Choice."
Anthem by the chorus choir, "Jubi
late Deo" (Dudley Buck). Tho
Lime tlioius rholr will bo in at
tendance ut both thu morning and
evening aeivlco. A choir of 24 plck
rd voices under Hie ill met Ion of
Stanley Livingston. A most cm dial
Invitation to all to attend both services.
New Shipment of
Comprising ' '
Organdies, Flaxons, Mulls,
Persian Lawns, Piques,
India Linens, Dimities, etc.
New Shirting Materials
50'different styles, 20c to 50c yard
Novelties in Waists
Madame Irene Corsets
All sizes, $7,50 (to $15,00
New Evening Capes
$20 to $35
Messaline Gowns in White, Pink,
Blue and Black, $30 to $45
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.,
All Styles in Collar Supporters
The Newest in Hair Barrettes
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
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