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, . ' r BVENMNCI nilU.nTIN, HONOLULU, T. U., THURSDAY, JULY 2S, 1910 ' j. - ""
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For Dress Affairs
we offer the
. i ?
Laird, Schober & Cos
Shoes for Ladies
Hanan &, Company's
Shoes for Men
We have other and less .expensive
shoes thatx are satisfactory as to
style and quality.-
Got your feet ready for Iho reception
. "f f
dt ort ot., just
)IN HEAL ESTATE, .IMPROVED and
.UNIMPROVED, IN HONOLULU and
1NEAR HONOLULU. ON THE BEACH
ana ON THE HILLS, for cash or
If you want to rent your place or
somebody else's place
Borrow or loan 'money,
Pratt, the Land Man
125 MERCHANT STREET
Make your future
secure by a sav-.
ings account in
We pay Vffi interest,
compounded twice annually.
Bank of Hawaii.Ltd.
Qapltal and Surplus:
P. H. BURNETTE
Cora'r. of Deeds for L'aiuornfe Ada"
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages. Deeds, iJBilJs of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts, k 78 MERCHANT IT
wnwnT;nT.ir phone am
, ' V US9 Fort, St. '
FINE ROLLS AND -BUNS.
U BOSTON BAKED ,J3ANS.
BDST0N BROWN BREAD. .
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
..i. -. TOWN. .
Ulne up 107
V h ' 4)rink i1
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
( Best in the Market
HE NJI.y' 'm A Y4 CO.
Phono 22 it
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
r AMERICAN .BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 King Street, near Maunaken
. Phone 201 Daily Delivery
J-OULLETIN ADS PAY-(S
. i j .i s i
WHEN IN HEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
OEO. 0. GUILD - Manager
Per Cent Profit
' TImt is what jou arc looking for
Our knowledge of financial conditions-will
bring jou that result, if it
StocK and Bond Dept.
933 FORT STREET
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Mercnhnt Street Telephone 780
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. - 83 Merchant St.
4500 to $15,000
OIL MAP FREE
We are giving away free to
tliono answering this advertise
ment licforo July Jlat, a map of
nil the C.illtoniln oil fiolilb; a I no
a free suliacrlptlnu to oar trade
Journal, "California Oil Fields
Sngar-LoomlH Co,. 833, 831, 835
I'helan Uldg , San Francisco,
1S5 editorial roams 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the B u I ! e 1 1 n office,
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian StocKs and Bonds
Bouqht and Sold
. 307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 480 -P. ,0. Box 007
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 KtKCHANT, IT.
p. o. mx ttR
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tliursilnj, July 28.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drower A Co
Itwa HUnlHtlon Co
Hawaiian Agrii C
Haw. Com & tfug. Oo. . .
Hawaiian BujurOj. ,.,.,
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Ilutclili.on .Sugar I'l.int ,
Kukahn Siig ir Co
Mcllryde Sugar Co ... .
Oi'ni Sugar Co
On mea Sugar Co
Oli'n Sugar Cc. Ltd
I'uauhau Sugar I'lint. Co
iiKlflc Sugar Mill
I'jla Plantation Co
Pi poekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Cu
Wula'us Agnc Co
Wnlluku Sugar Co
Walmaualo Sugar Co
Wnlmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-lBland Steam N, Co
Hawaiian Klectrlc Co. , . ,
Hon. It. T. & L Co . Prnf. .
Hon. R. T. & L Co Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Nnltlku Ruuooi Co ,
Nalilku Rubbo Co , Ahs. .
Hllo R It. Co Pfd
I .11 12
Hawaila-j Pineapple Co ,
Tanjans Olok R Co .od up
do ' do ass. 03 p
Haw. Tor. nr)Cl.) ..
Cal.RcutSug. & lief. Co. G
Haraakua DUcb Co ,
Upper Oltch 6b
Huw. Irr. Co,63 46 pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6a ..... .
Haw. Com. & Sug Co. E X
Hllo R. R. Co. lEHue 10U
Hllo R. R. Co . Con HX ...
Honokaa Sugui Co , 6 . .
Hon. R. T. & U Co. 6 ...
Knral Ry. Co. 6
Kohala ntch Co Gs
Mcllryilo Sugai Co d ...
Olan Sugar Co 0
Pionenr Mill Co B .. ..
Watalua Agrlo. Co. ,.v
SALi:s llctwcfii lUianls: 10 Hon
II M Cot J.'2; CO Hon 11 & M,
Co. SJl87'ii, 5 Hon U & M Co-
J I S7 'j , 20 Hon, 11 . M Co, $22.
10 Hon I) & M Co, S22; S I'.wa,
$312.1, DO Onliu Hug Co. $3.1B2ij.
Session S.iloHf SO MoUryilc. $C37'j.
8 Oiilm Suff Co, $M.6Jij, li Oaliil
Sug Co. $11fi2l(,j 5 i:wa. $34.2r.; 5
i:wn. $31 25, 8 O.iliu Sug Co, $3I.C2i.
Lateitisugar quotation 4.38 cents or
$87.20 per ton.
Sugar, 4.36 cts
Beefs, 14s 9(1
UENRV WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Mtmbtr Honolulu 8tosK and Bond
fort and merchant Ta.
' TELEPHONE 7S6.
Stock and Bond Broker I
Member of Honolulu Stock and
n llond Hxchange .-
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
"llobh),' said tho enller, "why nro
fon eye? so blight'' "I guost It's
'cause they Is 'most new," answered
tho little follow "I ain't had 'cm
only 'bout four )enrs"
LOCAL AND GENERAL 2 AUTHORITY i 1
A new supply of the huge nickel
Sads has just come in. Two hun
red sheets for five cents, at the
Bulletin ! office, '
Olio Two Klglit OhJ.
Special Halo of U:llu at Whltnt) .
Marsh, i t
1 Seated Auto for hire, riione 199
James Tinker. Young Hotel Stand
Jordan's will liold a 3 ilaj nalo of
Muslin Unilorwoir beginning on Mon
Kcola Lum Clirong was lodij gr.uit
ed a illvinco from her husbini Lum
Chcong by Judge Robinson
If you want n good Job douo on an
nitto nr carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago'Mfg. Co. 427 Queen St
At three thirty this afternoon Pro
motion Committee will hold a meet
Ing at Its offlco In the. Young build
Alert hotiKOwhci will tnko nihai
tago of the Sntitrda) morning xpeclalii
nt SacliH 1)1 j Ooods Co See ad In tlila
For distilled water. Hire's Root
floor and nil othor.popular drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Sodi
Tay cash nnd ask for green stamps
Thoy'ro free Call at tho show rooms
and see what jou get frco for
I'osltlo (largalns will bo the ruloat
n 3 dajs Bale of Muslin Underwear
beginning next Monda morning at
There were fifteen ciscs on the po
lice court calendar this morning and
soten of them wero continued to fu
T. Medelros wns fined $10 and costs
lij Judge Andrado tjils morning; the
rhnrga ngalnst the dduudaut was one
of nsxault and battery,
Ok Han Kook, n Jtorcmi, was com
mltlrd to tho Circuit Court for trial
this morning, on n charge of assault
with a -n capon some time ago
A child cau easily take pictures
with a UroMilo Camera, it worka like
a Kodak Comploto lino nt Hooolulu
Photo Supply o. from $1 upward
Up tilt iroon today CCG automobiles
had been registered at tho police sta
tion; In addition lo .the autos, CO
mntorpyclcs halo also bean register
ed. Joseph Sitilth, who was found
j;ullt) jt tho police court this morn
ing of lialng stolen u blccle, was
stnt over to Arch's hotul for sixty
M li Mcnoughlln, Iho loung ten
nls expert, beat J. O. Ames b) a ecoio
of (i 1,0 2, 3, recently.and the Uavls
Cup man wns not extended at nil)
llnio Motion to -recommit costs to arbi
trators In tho caso of V W. Ilruner
against C. llrower'S. Company was
heard before Judgo Robinson this uf
ternoon. National tennis champion V. A.
Lamed, who needs a third victory to
keep Iho cup. will meet ,1110 winner
of tho All Comers tournament Jt
Tho $J 60 mlo of women's shoes at
Manufacture! s' Shoo Co. is prolug
tho moat succctsful shoe salo of tho
season Onlj a low da moro of
tho rcmarkablo bargains.
Petition to Supreme Court on a wrjt
of error has been made by Pong
Chong iiIIjb Palpu and Cluing Duck
alios AKakn convicted of burglar) In
Iho second degree on Mny 20.
Tho Laud Uoard has changed Its
1I10111 of meeting and will hercaftor
meet oery Tlmrsdu) evening it eight
o'clock, tho next meeting of tho
lloard being held this ocnlng
The enrjulry Into'tho death of tho
Chlneso who Is alleged to have been
killed near Kahuku, Is still underway,
und Chief McDufllo has several moro
witnesses to examine In tho matter
I.. Klrkpatrlck formerly with tho
Hawaiian Roalty Co, has opened up
Heal Estate ofllccs nt 122 8 King St.
whero ho -will bo ready to h.indlu busi
ness for nil of his patrons Hu has
Kinio good Kalinnkl piopcrt) on his
Leoug Fat has appealed to tho Sil
premo Court fiom tho urd,er of Judgi
Robinson that ho pay alimony und
costs to his jlfo Mary Ho Leoug
ponding tho settlement of tho caso
brought b) her for annulment of her
A largo number of friends attend
ed the funeral of tho Into Charles
V Ilootb, which took place last
Tuesday from tho Tamil) tesldeftce
In Pnuna Vallej. Primes Kalaula
nao'e was among the visitors to tho
Chin? Wong Shee was chaiged this
jnoiulng with malicious Injur)'., but
tho caso failed through tho complain
ant wearing on Iho witnesses stand
that ho did nrft luiow what paper he
was stoning nt the time that ho swore
to tho warrant,
A Japanese on 11 b!c)c!e, riding
along Ilrretunla uenuo, IueI evoning
was stiuck b) an automobllo wlikh
was being driven on the wiong sldo
of tho etieet. Tho polite are look
lug tiphe uiuii-who disregarded Hie
laws of the load.
Near tho road to Halelwn a place
where motorists can get finest bev
erages and tobaccos Walpahu Exchange,
Sealed Telidcrs w,lll bo ro elod at
tho ortlco of the Superintendent of
Public Worlis until 12 o'clock noon
of WcdliCBila), August 10, 1910, for
the col 8tnicll.oii of n roof ocr Mn
kikl Itcsenolr, Maklkl Vallc), Ho
nolulu. Plans, specifications and pmpowl
blanks nro on flic In the Department
of J'ubll- Works
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works rc?crcs tho right to reject
any p.- nil bids
Hupci Intel, lent of Public Works
Hone ulu, J lib 28, HilO
amuai.s iiiioiHinr non.N in
(OLUM'I, HOOSKVKI.r.S IIIF1.K
TO UK PI.VC'KI) l l'.MKlt.
NHW YORK, Jul) 10 After nc
compinylng Colonel Roosctelt thorugh
tho heart of Africa on tho hunting
excursion, Edmund Heller of the stnfT
of Iho museum of vortobro'to zoolog)
of the UnUcrBlty of California, has
Ijcfcn iiigaged b) Iho Smithsonian In
Btlttito at Washington to segregate
nnd classify tho victims of Itooso
Pracllcnll) all tho Riccliirni e
cured by tho pirty nro lo be the prop
erty or tho Institution, nnd It will bo
Heller's task to fully ilcscribo them
In scientific ttrms nnd to superintend
tho mounting of such animals ns are1
to bo displayed In situations ns closo
ly resombling their nstho habitat as
could bo demised Tho lutlmito con
nection sustained by Heller with tho
pursuit of spclmetis and his wide ex
perience In the science led to his pro
sent appointment With Heller will
bo Major M:urns, who also accom
panied Colonel Roosevelt during tho
1 Ilcfore leaving California Holler
was granted a lcao of ubsencc b)
tho icgents for tho tlmo ho would be
I obliged to be absent As ho will hu
I engaged In his present work nt least
'n year, and perhaps longer. It Is proh-
nblo that a request for n longer leave
will bo presented to the regents nt
their next meeting, although no dcfl
nlto statement as to his future plans
hae ns yet reached tho unlverslty
Heller was chosiu b) Colonel
Roosevelt to accomptny the expsill
Hon on account of his nldo exporl
encu as n traveler and naturalist.
(lraduatltig,from Stanford with the
rlass of 1911,1, he has spent the great
er part of his tlmo since then In vari
ous partB of the world seeking gimo
nnd specimens for thn Smithsonian
and other Institutes.
Among tho countries cspeclall)
studied b) him nro Alaska, South Am
erica and Africa. A largo number
of scientific publications have nlsj
btcn Issued from his pun, and ho hni
been rtcognlxtd ns an authorlt) ((.
zoological nuittors, Ho has boen o'n
netted with the unlverslt) since a
)tur lit fore tho expedition which has
Just bctn completed.
IIHRLIN, Jul) 11 -Proresror Al
hrcch Wlrth, 0110 of the most proml
unit of P.in ticrmnn politicians and
writers, Is authority for thb state
ment todu) that Japan will not ro
now her alliance with England whtn
tlm piesent ulllaure expires, but may
come Into tho triple alllalito with
Oermany, Austria and Italy.
In dliaieslt.g tho matter Protestor1
'Japan will not renew her alliance
with England England knows this
and Is taking the necessary jtrcciiu
toi.s to strengthen her position In
tho Fnr East. She Is enlarging and
modernizing her Singapore fortifica
tions. Japan Is seeking new alli
ance anil has offered to tome Into
the Triple Alliance with Herman ,
Austria ana itaij ano lias aiso uo
tided to conclude a defensive nnd of
fensive alllunge with Turkey und has
suggested a quintuple league, with
(lerman), Austria, Hal), Tuike) and
"To prevent Gorman) 's entrance
Into any sort of alliance with Jnpan,
England, Is trying her bct to patch
up all past differences with Ucr-
nmuy," . ,
It is an open secret that utterances
on the tnrt of Professor Wlrth on
matters political, aio Inspired by of
ficials high In government service.
Actordlng to Profebsor Wlrth, Ja
pan' offers thus -far htivo been ten
When a man lets his whlsWs grow
after murrlogo his ultn Biisjotts that
he doisu't love her am 11101c
Boys' Wash Suits
A NKW LOT of nobby little suits in
" " sailor blouses, knickcrbockcr styles
and plain, in handsome striped percales
linen, duck pique, etc. .The swellest lot
we have yet carried.
Mothers and Fathers should see these
. THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
i$ tne most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anannic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
aqd promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
j nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samples free to Phyildsnt nd Druffbti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raclns, Wit., U. S. A.
TIRE PUNCIURINO DEVICE IS
USED TO STOP JOY IUDEBS,
STOCKTON, July 13 - The local
police have adopted 11 strictly up.to
date plan of putting n stop to nuto
moblllsts oxceedll g tho speed limit,
and from tho results at tho llrst
trlnl and tho wldu publlclt) given
the matter, It, is believed that there
will be a great reduction In spcud
by the Joy-rider brlgndo
Patrolmen ha.v 'u board about
3 Days Only
Beginning MONDAY, Aug. ast
FULL PARTICULARS, SATURDAY'S BULLETIN
King near Fort
throe feet In longth attached to 11
ropo for euBj handling In these
boards are sharp wire nails When
a mnchli.o approaches at a fast clip
one o"er calls to the ihauffcur to
slow up In rno ho docs not, tho
pollioninn Llgnals to his companion
about half 11 bla-K further down the
street and the "unto stopper" Ih
drugged uciosa tho street In front nf
tho machine, which soon comes to a
Ktaidstlll with at least one tiro till
ed with holes TIiq scheme Is work
ing very successful))