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Shoes for Men
Thc; Standard of Shoe Quality
Latest in. Fashionable Lasts
All Leathers. All Widths
M'Inerriy Shoe Store
Fort St., just above King
The Warm Weather
will soon be with us, and you will
want a change to the
I can show you some choice loca
tions. Make Your Choice Now
J. W. Piatt
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones,G02 and 1367
in your pocket is a ' good
But money in the bank is bet
ter. Open a Savings Account with
us one dollar or more will
do for a starter.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus: N
AUDIT COMPANY OF
024 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 640 ,
' Conducts all classes of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work,
Supeestions Riven for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
Jjjjp-DULLETIN AD8 PAY-1 I
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WHSN III NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queefa Streets
GEO. 0. QITILD Manager
That Will of
YOU KNOW THE PARTICULAR
NEEDS OF THE DIFFERENT MEM
BERS OF YOUR FAMILY. THEN
WHY ALLOW THE LAW TO STEP
IN WHEN YOU CAN DO THIS BY
MAKING- A WILLI WE CAN AT
TEND TO THE DETAILS.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
House and Lot
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN B.EALTY CO.
Phone 563. 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California odd
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for th
District Courts. 70MER0HANT 8T
HONOLULU; PHONE 310. '
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
, 307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 489 P. 0. Box G07
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX MB.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, May 4.
NAMK OK STOCK.
C. Brewer AOj
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlo. Co
Haw. Corn. A Sug. Co. . , .
Hawaiian Sugu-C ,
Hnnomu Suga" Co. ...:..
Honokan Sugar Co
Hnlkn Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kohuku Plantation Co. ..,
Kekaha Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Onomea (Sugar Co ,..
Ookala Sugar Co
01" Sugar Cc. Ltd
Pnimtiau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
I'-li Plantation Co
I'xpeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnla'tia Agrlc Co
Wnlluku Sugar Co
Wnlmnnnlo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Klcctrlc Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & L Co.. Pref. ,
Hon. R. T. & L Co . Com. ,
Mutual Telephone) Co. . . .
Nalilku Rubner Co.,
Nahlku Rubbor Co.. Ana. .
Oahu R. & L. Co
Hon. 13. & M. Co
Hawaiian Pindapple Co. .
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) .,
Cali neet, Sug. k Ret. Co. C
naiku sugar co. ex .f...
Hamaku.i Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Gs ,
Haw. Irr. Co.. 6s 45 pd. .
Haw. irrgtn. Co., Gs
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
IIIIo R. R. Co., Issuo 10u
llllolt.lt. Co., Con C ..
Honokaa Stigat Co., 0 .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co. 0 . .
Kauai Ry. Co. Cs.
McDryde Sugar Co. Cs . . ,
OnliuR.&L. Co.5 ....
Oahu Sugar Co. E
Pac. Bug. Mill Co. 6
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Sales Itatwccn Boards: 30 Pio
neer, $220; C Plotmer, W20; JI Wnla
lua, S133; 10 Wulaliii, (133; 15 llav,.
Sug. Co.. 57.60; 1C IInw. Him. Co..
(57.00; 100 Kahuktl. (33; 75 Knllllktl
(33; 75 Haw. C. & S. Co.. (11; C Haw.
Pine. Co., (28; 40 Hllo Hy, Com.. (15.
Session; 10 Oahu Sug. Co.. (3S.7S:
50 Oahu Sug. Co. (35.7S; 10 Oahu Sm.
Co., (35C2V4; 10 Oahu Sug. Co,,
(35.60; 5 Hon. D. & M. Co.. (13; 5 Hon.
II. & M. Co., (13; 5 Hon D. & M. Co.,
LaUet gugir quotation 4.325 cents or
(88.50 per ton.
Sugar, 4.325 cts
Bettls, 14s 9 d
Mambtr Honolulu Siujk nd ao.ir
FOnr ANU WCi,HNT T
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
. Hand Hxchango
Campbell Block. Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOOKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Tho great troublo with tho automn
hllo Is that It promote not merely n
horsoloss but n legless ago. Watei
A St. Louis man claims he was mar
ried while In a trance. Docs ho think
he's had a unique oxporlenco? Clove
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A new supply of the huge nickel
pads has just come in. Two hun
dred sheets for Ave cents, at the
Bulletin office. 1
Autos, )4 per hour. Lewis Stables
Mrs. Davison, fashionable dressmak
er. Rooms 71-72 Young building.
Phone C and ask for Manuel Richard
when you want an automobile. Seven
seated Chalmers-Detroit, late model,
Mr flnrtlpv. whom term ail a recent
of tha Collr-gc of Hawaii expired on
May 1, has been reappointed to the po
The children nro always happy when
you have a catfe of our soda In th
house Distilled water at Consolidated
Soda Water Works. Telephone 71
This evening at the Princess Rink
a roller polo game will bo plnyed bo
tween the Marine and "Town
Charlie Relily lost the decision to I
a boxer named Dorninn in New York,
lately. Charllo Is aliened to hnvc
broken his hand In the contest. I
May 7 lias been set as the dato of
the hearlnc of tha petition tor divorce
of Nellie S, Kujweanmui from her hui
band, Henry P Koawcamalil In Judge
UK)ii taking Iho poor convict's oatli '
yesterday Harry Hatiakaht was re-,
leased from Jnll. Ho was a postofllc
clerk In thli city and was sent tip six
months ago for stealing stamps.
Call a, the show rooms and get
twcnty-flYe Green Stamrs free. Every
thing In the show room is frco for
Oreen Stamps. Cull today or any day.
Deretanla opposite Klre Station.
Tho Camp Very handball players
are getting a tine new alley built,
and soon the lads will be playing 011
one of the best courts In the Terri
tory. For having smuggled opium In his
possession Seu I.um was arrested and
brought before the United States Com
mlsslonerv yesterday. The case was
continued .until Saturday as the Orand
Jury is investigating It ana win prob
ably return an Indlctrr.en',
The Auto Livery Co. Phone 0. is now
under the management of Qulnn, Re!
ami, Qulnn, eleven flrrt class 7-seated
cars; Paclta'rds, Thomas-Flyers, etc.
Round the Uland trips a specialty, i
passengers, 940.00. Best city sen
THE GRAND MASTER
(Continued from Page 1.)
the time up to the last minute whan
It would be possible to catch a last
car for their homes.
Yostcrday afternoon Qrand Master
Plarco wns taken about tha city In
an automobllo by Messrs. L. Tenney
Peck and Reiser.
This afternoon tho grand master
visited Ewa plantation, accompanied
by Past Master Potrlc, where he was
initiated Into tho mysteries of sugar
Tonight n dinner will be tendered
Grand Mnstcr Pierce by the masters
and past masters of Honolulu,
Tomorrow the Knights Templar
will take Orand Master Pierce In
charge. Mr, Pierce Is n. high official
in the grand commaudcry of Knights
Temp'ar. All Sir Knights of Ho
nolulu Commapdary arp ordered to
he present, Just what arrnPKemtintg
have been mado by the knights, havy
noi ncen niiuouii-pii,
Friday will he left open, nf Mr.
Pierce suits on flaturduy and It Is de
sired to give him an opportunity to
put In one day in Hawaii as he may
POLICEMAN DRUNK, I .
(Continued from Pape M
nUnrt.tlnt ''something nhouM be done
In rcgarirto having men on the police
department pay roll who get drunk
and arc not oblo to attend to their
Vlelra' asks wliy Fherlrt Jarrelt
should have such an oiriccr as Olcson
on tho force.
Ttio letter states "Olcson Is drun't
huwl of the time nhd to such ejtp-it
that he ciainint Mtlori'l r) II'3 dutto3 :n
Vlolrn makes a m-cina rhargo and
(illfR Saturday, April 30, the last mil
nlnlpal pay day, nx nil tnatauo). II')
nays "Olbsim wait ainmul luwu ho
drunk that ho should have been nr
rested and brought beforo Judge An-'
vii-im iiIbo staton tint lip lmn for'
warded communication of similar Im
port to Sheriff Jarrctt who ho believes
should ho Investigate tho matter,
would cllmlnato Oleoon from tho ser
vice. Tho Supervisors havo token no nr
lluit III Hip mntlpr ntlipr Hian placing
tile commiitilcittloii on iIIm u'i'I rveuui
mendtng that tho couiniltteo on I'ollcs
make n thorough Investigation In con
Jupctlon with the Sheriff.
Ip poiico circles the Vlelra lettor Is
looked ii)on as a plcco of splto work
j,urp mid simple. .
pr 'Tor Rent" cards en sate at
th Bulletin etflce.
NEW - TO-DAY
Honolulu Cemmandery No. 1, K, T.
Sir KnlglilH ut Honolulu Command
pry nro horoby ordered to bo present
nt tho Asjlum at Masonic Temple on
Thursday evening May P at 7:3')
o'clock. Inspection of the Command
cry by V. K, Captain tlencral ,V.
A. M. MEMtlLL,
WILL NOT STAND
I lilt A HOLD-UP
The city and county fathers do not
take at nil kindly to what Is declared
an attempt by tha management of
the Kaplolanl Maternity Homo to
hold up the municipality to tho tune
of fifty cents per day for each and
every patient sent to that Institution
by the loco) officials.
Owing to what is said to be a mis
understanding, live or six prospective
patients have been turned dawn In
securing accommodation at the In
stitution owing to the difference of
opinion between the Knplolanl Ma
ternity Home management and tho
supervisors concerning an Increase of
the allowance for Indlgont patients
from (2 per day to i:G0 per day.
Tho committee on health and san
itation submitted n report last even
ing In which It was stated that
while having the matter under ad
vleement It was deemed Inadvisable
to Increase the allowance hoforo the
end of the present lialf-yoarly period
if at all.
The stand taken by the maternity
homo management was condemned
in strong' terms by the members of
The move wns declared n hold-up
pure and blmplu by the more vohem
cnt of speeoh. Supervisors Qulnn,
Logan and Kane came out strong for
the board making arraiigementt
with Pnlnmn Hospital to take care
of the Indigent cases of tho city and
county. Mayor Tern believed that
this institution would stand readyito
look nfter tho sick at J 1,00 pcr'day
for each patient.
City nnd County PUyelalnii Mac
kail stntpd ttint In u conference with
thy matron of Kaplolanl Maternity
Homo he had been Informed that It
was Impossible for that Institution
to properly tako care of Indigent sick
at the old rate of $2 n day. Tho
cost of drugs and other Incidental ex
penses made It imperative that an
Increase be received.
Tho supervisors will brine It to
I the attention of tlo maternity homo
pCPHP that In Hie beginning they
wtr Oiarplni; the county but n dol
lar ptir ,patont a dayi then were
rnlt"l tn tl.SO. Thlg was followed
at the drafting of the new appropri
ation bill tnS2 per day, and lastly
comes an application, (or 12,50 peri
The health committee has hcen
empowered to act' Immediately, and
It would appear that If tho mater-,
nlty home does not climb down from
tho lofty financial perch, the city I
and county buslnen, of which thero
C vunldtrahlo during tho courso of
r month, will ho to some other insti
tution, ROOM AND'BOABD.
SHADY NOOK, 104-10li0-t07t li,er
etnnla street; phono 1333, Tloo'ms
Hint board, 4G10-2W
Piano tnught In six months; S3 per
month (eight lessons). Special
uttontioii given to adult- begin
ners. Address "Music," lliilletln
' onicc. 4610-lw
Ladv'u cold watch, on Merchant St..
between S and 0 o'clock, Tuesday.'
i.i-fr- irti-Hf f iffri njr,iirifiviii iiirrim ifVTi'iiriri -Vi
yOUNG MEN who are particular
j about looking dressy -and that in
cludes nearly all young men in these
days will be glad to see our new
Hart Schaffher & Marx
clothes. Some of the new fashions for
young men are exceptionally good;
the cut and finish are exceedingly
smart; and we can promise any of you
something out of the ordinary.
SILVA'S TOGGERY, LTD.
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LAROE TRACT OF LAND
off LUSO STREET, above Mormon'
church; containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence. Nice Manie
nie lawn; some fruit trees, On car
line. In walking distance to Post
P. E. R. STRAUCH
ur,. it- T..itt
' f " "K
74 S. King Street
Chas. R. Frazier
irtimi 371 122 Kinr
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
GREAT VALUES IN
Our White Goods sale has been
highly successful. And it should
be so, for values like we are offer
ing this week seldom occur.
The assortment is very varied
Flaxons, Sherette, Chiffon,
Batiste, Linen Cambrics,
Mercerized Mull Muslins,
Piques, Madras Shirtings,
Nainsooks, Long Cloth,
India Linens, etc., etc.
The Sale Will Continue All This
KINO STREET, NEAR FORT
For Sale by
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
177 So. King Street
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