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I5VENIW0 niTU.TCTITf. IIOrTOUIJ.n. T T!.. MONDVY, MAY 21. 111 ft.
-- - --.,
' t Scuffs
From 76 cents to $1.50
with a view to havinga
comfortable covering for
the feet after a hath in the
tub or tho sea.
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Fort St., just above King
The Warm Weather j
will toon be with us,, and you will
want a change to the ,
I can thow you some choice loca
tion i. j
Make Your Choice Now
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
f Phones 002 and 1387
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LARGE TRACT OF LAND
off LUSO STREET, above, Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence. Nice Manic
nie lawn; some fruit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post
PRICE $2000 . '
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waitv Buildine 74 S. King Street
of Success in
is invariably the -ath to the
Every dollar you save makes
it easier to acquire hundreds.
Money deposited in our Sav
ings Bank draws interest atx
4y2 per annum.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd.
Applications for telephones under
' 'the AutomattcjBtem will bo recelv
'" ' ed at tho olllco of this company, cor
ner or Alakea and Merchant streets,
on and after May 23,
All persons having signed con
tracts with the Hawaiian Telephone
& Telegraph Co., all subscribers ofi
the Mutual Telephone C9. whoso con-'
tracts have expired, and all oarlles
ilealrlng new teephoneslnstniiiHi, nreiflram Marriage Licetisesj Drawl
requested to call it the office and ' Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale
sign new contracts.
MUTUAL TISLKPHONK CO.. LTD.
May 21, 1910.
Bulletin Business Odlce Phone 253
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
WHEN IN NEED OP
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Street
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
A Properly Planned Will.
A Carefully Prepared Will.
Selection of a Pioper Executor.
WE CAN ASSIST YOU
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780 1
fc Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 1 Merchant St
$500 to $15,000
?. H. BlRNETTE
CntTl'r nf IVeril f'nr dallfnrnla ..,
ew y,,. NOTARY PUBLIC
I Leases, Wills. Etc Attorney for th
. District Court 79 MERCHANT 8T
invOTTrTtT. PPOTTf lip
Inter-Island nitl (, R.v& I,. shipping
ooka for stIh al tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
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Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING;
Telephone 489 F, 0. Box C07
Stock and' Bond Broker;
83 MXBCHANT 81. -PHONE
-411 J. P. 0 BOX Sifl
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, May 23.
, NAM1? OV STOCK.
C. flrowcr A Co
Kwa P iiinUltlon Co
Hawaiian Agrlo. Co
Haw. Com. & due. Co. ...
, Hawaiian Sugar Co
uopomu ungw mo,
Hutchinson taugarl'l.int ,
Kahuku l'lunt.itlon Uu. ,.,
Kbkcha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co .........
McDryde Bugs' Co
Onomeu'SiigarC'o. . ....v
Olaa.Sugar Ce. Ltd ;,
l'natihnu Hugrt- Plant. Co.
Pacific Hugar Mill
1'ala, Plantation Co
Popcokeo fnuar Co
WiiiuMiii kiic (.'ii.
Wulliiku Sugar Co.
Wulmanalo Sugar Co
Walnica .Sugar Mill Co. .
Inter-Island Rtenm N Co
Hawaiian KlnctrlcCo. ..
ton. n T. ft h Co.. Prof.
Hon. n. T. At I, Co Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . .
uiiihu nuuudr Co.,
Nahlku Aubboi Co.. Ana. .
Kilo II. It. Co. I'M
Hon.il. & M.Co
Hawaiian tjlnwapnl fn
Tnnjong Olok R. Co, 'j-1 up
do do ubs. G5 p
Haw.Ter.4 (Km CI.) .
How. Tor. 1
Cal. Dect Sub. & Itef, Co. (i
Upper Ditch 6a ........
Haw. Irr.Cc.,6(H5Xll. .
Haw. Irrgtn.Co.. 64
Haw. Com. 5ug. Co. 5
Hllo R. K. Co., Isstio 19U
HlloltR.Co..Cnn 6 ...
Honokaa Sugai Co.. 6 ..
Hon. ft. T. ft U Co. 6 ...
Kauai I'y. Co. 5 s
McIIryde Sugar Co. ! . .
Oahil R. ft I Co sr
Oahn Sugar C". 6
Olna Sugar Co 6
I'ae. flue. Mill Co. (!
Pioneer MM Co. 6
Walalun Apr In. Co. DJ, . . .
Bales Ilclwoen Hoards: 23 Hllo
Ry. Com.,' S13.50; 20 Hllo Ry. Com.,
in 50; 5 Hllo Ry. Cam., 113.50; 100
Hutchinson, J18(i2V4. Session. 10
Hllo Ry. Com., SI3X0; 2S Hon. II. &
M. Co.. SIfj.GO; 25 Oahil SilgCo., S3tJ
25 Oalm Bug. Co., $31; 10 Oahil Bug.
Co, (34; SO Onhu Bug. Co., (34.
Notice. May 18, 1910: Kahuku
Plantation caltal stock Increased
from( (500,000 to $1 000 000, by Issil
nnco of a stock dividend July 1, 1910.
On tho now capital tho dividend will
l9 !i of 1 per rent.
LMeti tuair nuotatlon. 4.27 cents or
$85.40 per ton.
Sugar, 4.27 cts
Beets, 15s 0 3-4
H HK liSI (0.
Mimbin Honolulu BtocH nd flono
OHT ANU MERCHANT ST8.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
lo nut tell yuur troubles to tho
census faker He Is piobably n tuur-
lied man, too. Dallas News,
I.eiunii-Julceil jour last
Btinw hut jet? Muuclu'ktor
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A new supply of the huge nickel
pads luis just come in. Two hun
dred sheets for five cents, at the
Bulletin office. '
Auto. $4' per hour. Lewis' Stables.
Mrs. Davison, fashionable dressmak
er. Rooms 71-72 Young building.
Lclthcad nnd Woodward, phono 557.
deliver to residences superior soda
Phone C and ask for Manuel Richard
when you waut an automobile Sueii'
Boated Chalmers-Detroit, Into model.
The two checks found Krld.iy
by u Chinaman were turned over to
I.eoug Hong who sifted tho nollco
he was tho rightful owner.
A number of now bookR of Mellon
and Travel have Just been received by
the llrown & Lyon Co. Diop In ami
Haletwa hotel offers special attrac
tionsto guests, during tho summer.
There will be something doing there
on Saturday night.
Thcro are fresh pranns and crabs at
the Metropolitan Market, phone 45.
These are direct from Puget Sound
and are particularly good.
The best bread 'In Honolulu Is said
to'eome from tho Palm Cufe, on Hotel
street near Union, phone 311. H,U
delivered to residences early In the
Chlcr McDufllo nabbed Charles Hu
bert dead to rights on tho blind pig
proposition yesterday. Hubert has a
joint at Iwllel whero stuff stronger
than Ice cream was dealt out.
Cull a', the show rooms and get
twenty-flvo Qrecn Stamps freo. Every
thing In the show room Is freo for
Crecn Stamps. Call today or any day.
Ileri'lanln dposlta Klro Station.
Ladles' should not miss the oppor
tunity of tho sacrifice salo of Irish cro
chet, French and eyo'et embroideries,
nou'ltlcH, etc., at Mr. J. Rosenberg's,
rooms 9 and 10, Alexander Yomw
Kaneohe Rico Mill Company has
filed a demurrer In the action
brought against tho company by tlicJ
Knneohe Ranch Company for the do
termination of tho water rights of the
The Rapid Transit Company has cut
out some of tho-stations through tho
Mollllli district, which Improves tho
sorvlco in regard' to making time at
Sutnntay Judge Robinson Issued
un order of confirmation In tho sale
of real cxtato belonging fo tho es
tate of Hertlia CV Rumble, deceased.
The real estate was'pold several Weeks
ago toJiXurd N;"Rsel for (75.
The ladles' having- charge of tho
Oerman booth Of the International fete
are requested to meet tho chairman at
9:30 tomorrow morning Instead of
Krlday on the lanal of Princess Kawa
The record for arrests by Chief Mc
Duffle numbered sixty-three for yes
terday. Among th oo was a bunch of
Japanese gamblers who wero collared
at '(he corner of King and Ilerctnnla
HtuV'tB moving tho fortunes of liana.
Saturday tho defendants In tho
suit brought by tho S. N. Castle Es
tate and V. It, Castle, trusteo against
A. Hnneberg, administrator of tho oh
tato of I.. Alilo, II, Hackreld and Com
pany nnd Knncoho Rico Mill Company
Mod their demurrers to tho complaint.
Captain Marlx. tho post truarterm.is
tcr, has received notification that seventy-five
marines will arrlvo on tho
next transport from Manila, who will
Join the local Marino corps. Arrange
ments aro now being made for the
comfort of tho expected men.
A party of Russian immigrants,
among which are sixteen men, liavo
gone to work for the'Walluku planta
tion. Tho Maul News state? that they
have been well housed and aro appar
ently satisfied with the, work, wages
and treatment they aro receiving.
A' notlceablo feature of ycsto,rday
was tho funeral or Ng Wall, Th'o de
ceased was proprietor of u restaurant
on Hotel street and an actlvo official
in a ntimbsr of Chinese societies of
the city. Thero were about throo
blocks of hacks In tho funeral 'cor
tege. The actual work on tho now Y, M
C, Arbulldlng will be commenced as
soon as It Is ascertained how much
I008O ground lies on top of tho coral
which will form tho foundation for
the new building. Tho building com
mltteo will mpot again at 4 o'clock to
day for the purpoie of making final In
A passenger of noto who pasfed
through on tl" Korea was Miss lies
slo McCoy. 'Nl lady passed through
tho boxer uprising and, as a mission
nrdld much work toward bringing a
truce to tho troubled Chinese Tho
compound, In which slip waB blockad
ed for dayB was continually nomg
struck with shot nnd shell,
A big gathering of the Knlmukl,
Wnlalao and Pnlolo peoplo will ha
1 held at tho Observatory this even
ing The club cordially invites town
people to be present. Tho Observa
tory will be open to capne'ty for
"looks'' at tho comet and the moon
eclipse. Thpro will be n band and or'
chestra and n social In thP'Land Co"i
imtiy's rest house, Mr. Stanton will
attend to the serving of refreshments.
Marathon Runner Nigel Jackson was
found In an unconscious condition nt
the corner of Hotel nnd Fort streets
at about 1 o'clock this morning by
the city police. Ho states that
was hit with a chair about two miles
from whero ho wan fotmdj Ho wm
Inken to the Queen's Hospital' for
No evidence of Honor was.
found. Tho physicians statu tint
year's there Is nothing serloun to bo ex
Knox Summer Styles
SUVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd.,
FOUR MONTHS AND FINE
SENTENCE ON ON TAI
(Continued from Pane )
making from fifty to one hundred per
cent In dealing. In Uncle Sam's clothes
hail no reanon to lie poor. Magoon
answered that If On Tal could deal In
them In largo enough quantities ho
might bo rich.
The nrgpmunt or tho attorney for
the defense was baxed on tho rcjdhu
of thu law which makes a distinction
between clothing bought by n soldier
and Mild and that Issued to him mid
sold, tho latter being a criminal of.
fense. Magoon held that theryas
no way of knowing, and that It hail not
been pinen, that tho clothing bought,
by On Tal was Issued clothing or that
bought from tho stores by soldiers and
afterward sold by them.
In answer, tho Court stated that It
believed tho statement of tho serg2int
ho was op tho stand and testified
thnt whi'ii bo sold Blurt to 'On Tal ho
asked the latter If ho did not know.
that It was against tho law lo deal In
tho stuff and the reply had been that
if he was asked about It he would
swear that ho had bought It from dls-'
charged soldiers. I
When On Tal wna aske'd by thoj
Court It he had anything to say in hls
own bchair he stnted to tho Court that J
It was us Improhablo to bellevo tho,
story or tho sergeant ns It would bo to
belloo that McDulllo would go and
hire n man to commit a crime so that
ho might arrest him.
Tho court In hnndlng down decision
mado tho samo statement that It has
made formerly, that It a prisoner left
It to tho prosecution to provo him
utility nnd was found so It would Im
pose n minimum sentence but If tho'
pilroner took thu stand himself nnd
bv perjury tried to ovnde the Issue,
then n heavier sentence would Invar
lably be Imposed.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacifio Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
pnntine of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Vry TTf n Tnpmvul flarrln.
Announcements, and j
Invitations, in the best of form i
for smart functions. I
This planot Is pretty rough, be
cause there Is hardly any place on it
whero truth has not been crushed
to earth. Chicago Kccord-Ilerald.
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SnaT"For Rent" cards on sale t
the Bulletin olflce.
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nation In a reliable house. Hold
er of excellent references. In ad
dition, has good knowledge of gen-
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I'lano and Blnglng. Ilest methods;
rapid progress. Thorough train
ing. All ages. Studio, 23C King
sticet, opp. Hawaiian Ulectrlc
NEW .- TOOVY
Owing to repairs to Kalmukl lies-
hefervolr on Tuesday, May 21, 1910,
'consumer of water residing in the
Knlmukl District are loquested to 11(1
"II contuneni ob they muyluyo on
j. m, mttm:,
Buperlnteudeiit of Honolulu Water
A man's hat may make
or mar his appearance. It
is first seen and last ob
served of his habiliments.
It is instantly mentally ap
proved or criticized. A Knox
hat is the crowning touch
to the well-dressed man.
Stiff Straws, $3.50
Panamas, $10 and
The. ScenitrAltraction of California ,
' A'yallcy.of great. b;au);jf,1and grandeur, unique in its
rmemblance of sheer, walls of great height, imposing- peaks,
and thenumber oJr it j stupendous waterfalls.
-, Mow 'Reach.eoV.by; RaJI-A QuicK,
Daily train serVree !ff&m"Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Kerced with' .Sdtithertf' Pacifio and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER?Trafflo'Manttger. Y.V.R R., Merced. Cal.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE "
Horlicks Malted Milk
is the most ddkiQyXV.no'urishinj food-drink known for
the aniumic, thftdeljilUtcdand the dyspeptic. So easily
andypromptly--digested ff hat 'ik'nerees with the weakest
stomach. 'Its'sihily.'a gjjrc food, inyigofating and
vitalizing. ( " ,', ' J-.&mT '
It is pure, rich iripk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder.Jorm, soluble it water. A nourishing drink s
prepared in a-moment by sti'rHVig Vigorously in water, hot
or cold. 'Une'tjualled as.a.fopd for-infants, .invalids and
nursing mothers., ,! ndorged by physicians everywhere.
Samples free to 'Phyiidjni, tnd Drufliti.
r.At '.aft 't) uQlsts.
HORUCK'S MALTED MILK 'COMPANY, Raclni, Wit., U. S. A.
IN FINE NEW LOCATION
Nearer the heart of the business district, and with a complete new
stock of fine millinery,
DUNN'S HAT SH0P,.
FORT STREET. JUST ABOVE HOTEL u.,-.
Your Feet will
Ti- wiolrao 4rollivr 'n intr
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
New Line of Goods
CAN NOT BE MADE THAN WE DELIVER TO THE RES.
IDENCES OF OUR PATRONS. PHONE 311.
THE PALM CAFE,
ELKS' . BLG.,
KING near FORT
be less painful if