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EVr.NINO nUM.KTIN. HONOLULU, T H.. TIIHSRW, Aim 30, 1910
SCHOOL SHOES FOR
BOYS AND CURLS
We ate showing the most com
plete line of Children's Shoes ever
seen in this store. There ore many
styles of shoes for little folks and
iChilds' and Misses' dull metallic
calf, ankle ties, perfect in every par
ticular, and one of the dressiest and
lest mode .shoes on the market.
Sizes 83 to 10y2 $2.50
Sizes 11 to 2 3.00
This is a splendid shoe for school
Here's a shoe for Child, Misses or
Boys. Made of Dongola kid, with
patent tip. A strong, serviceable
shoe at low price.
Sizes 8V2 to 10i2 $2.25
Sizes 11 to 2 2.50
Another metallic calf button gait
er, splendid quality, for Boys, Misses
or Child; very dressy, but well put
together, of the sterling material.
PRICE 52.50 and $3.00
These are shoes of more than the
usual value. '
McINERNY SHOE STORE
FORT, ABOVE KINO STREET
For Sale or Lease
Two -dory, mosquito-proof Cot
tage, practically now; seven rooms;
all modern conveniences; grounds
well planted with fruit ami foliage
trees; good neighborhood, and con
venient to cars.
Small Cottage, large grounds; good
neighborhood, and convenient to
Utrgn two-story, coniplctoly-fur.
nlslied House; ery desirably In
very respect; oory convenience,
nnd located In best residence bectlon
Pratt, the Land Man
Telephone 1G02 125 Mercliant St.1
P. H. BURNETTE
Oom'r. of Deeds for California oi
Hew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of file,
Leases, Wills, Eta Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
1i 1129 Fort St.
, JFINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
1 BOSTON BROWN BREAD,
r SEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Itini.' Up 2124
ft MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
II 15 N 11 Y MAY & 00.
Ton YOUR GROCERIES' BEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO,
03-DS KIiik Street, near Maunikei
I'hoiie tm Dully Delivery
II 11 1 1 1' 1 1 11 Mlluilnl lluniM I'limit'
UIHf IhillrllM llmliim IMIir
The Best Method of
yourself with funds, when
traveling is by' purchasing the
Wtese Cheques are accepted
at par by Hotels, Shops,
Steamship and Railroad com
panies the world over.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. Q. GUILD - Manager
should be selected with the (jreatest
of arc. You should avail yourself
of our financial experience when buy
Stocks and Bonds
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd;
023 FORT STREET
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Merchant St. Telephone 2780
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St,
$500 to $15,000
OIL MAP FREE
We are giving nway free to
those answering this advertise
ment befure July 31st, u map of
all tho California oil fields; also
u free subscription to our trade
Journal, "California Oil Fields."
Sugar-Loomls Co., 833, 831, 835
Phelun Illdg,, San Frauclnco,
Chasi R. Frazior
Dionc 1371 122 Kliip: St.
HAWAIIAN FIBHEUY, LTD.
King Gtieet Fiih Mitket
IIW..Pfl"fl A08 I'AY)
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDINO.
Telephone 2489 P. 0, Box 007
Stock and' Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT STREET.
Phone 1482 P 0. Box 528
tionoiulu Stock Exchange
NAME OP BTOCK.
C. Drawer Co
Ewa Plantation Co. ...
Hawaiian Agrlr. C. .
Haw. Coin & S tig. Co. ,
Hawaiian Hu?ir Cm. . .
DonotnuSuga-Co. . .,
tlonokaa Sugar Co ...
Haiku Sugar Co
ItutcblDdon Sugar Plant . '
Kabuku I'luntiitlonCo. ...
Kukabu Sugar Co
On men Hugitr Co
(!' h Sugar Co. Ltd
I'vauhau Siiar Plant. Co.
I'Htlflc Sugar Mill
' lit Plantation Co
fepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlalm Agrlc Co
WUIIuku Sugar Co
Wulmanalo Sugar Co. ,,..
Wulmeu Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Inland Bteam N. Co
Hawnllan Rlectrlc Co. . . ,
Hon. II. T. &h Co.. Pref. .
Hon. It. T. Al, Co, Com. .
Mutual Tclepr.une Co. . . .
Hnhlku Kubnei Co.,
Nahlku Kubbci- Co., Ann. .
Oahu It. & 1. O
Illlo R. R. Co. Pfd
Hon U.Ac M. Co
Hawaiian PlneapnloPo ..
Tunjong Olok R Co. v up
do do ami. C5 p
llnw.Tnr. 1 I Fire CI.) ..
3d 1 2
Cal. Beet Sug. & Itef. Co. C
llnnnkua iJitch Co.,
Upper Ditch 0
Haw. Irr.Co.64GiHl. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6n
Haw. Com. & Bug. To. 6
Illlo It. R. Co., Issue 19U
IllloIl.lt. Co. Cnn. 6 ...
Ilnuokaa Sugui Cp 6" , .
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
McRryde Sugar Co. (it ...
OahuH. &UC0. 57
Oahu Sugar Co 1 '.
Olaa Sugar Co 0
PacSug. Mill Co. Ob
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. ' . .
SAI.nS-Hstwemi Iloaids: 25 Pio
neer, $232 6(1; 15 U lint Sllg. CJ .
131.87'i; 21 Pioneer, S232C0; 25 Haw,
C. & S. Co.. I11.12H; 15 Kwu.
$3.1.87 (; 45 Kwu, $33 871-,; 15 F.wn,
$33.8714; 21) Oahu Sllg. Co.. $32; 3'1
Hutchinson, $i!.87'ii; 21) Hutchinson,
Session Sales: 10 Oahu Sug. Co.,
$31.87'.,; 25 Ouliu Sllg Co.. $32; in
()abu Sllg. Co, $32; 25 Haw. Plnu. Co.,
$31 50; 5 Olaa, $C25; 5 Ohm, $R25i 5
Oahu 8ug. Co., $32.12'..
MEMO Aug. 30. 1910: Tho divi
dend of the Honolulu llrowlug & Malt
ing Co, .by vote of the directors, has
been Incieaseil, under Onto Aug. 29,
from 0110 halt of one per cent to three
pi liters of 0110 per cent.
Latest sugar quotation 4,46 cents or
!8B20 per ton.
Seels, 14s I l-2d
HEKRY WATEitllOUSE TRUSf CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
'FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
I Telephone 1208
Stock and Bond Broker
Mem'ier of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND B110KERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
$48 KAAHUMANU STREET
HTOCKS AND D0NDB
Trout Trust Go,,
MKM1IKH HONOLULU B'WOK AND
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A new' suddW of the huge nickel
pads has just come in. Two hun
dred sheets for five cents, at the
One Two KlghtOue.
If our horse or dog Is sick A. H.
Rowot, I), V. 3 phone 242f.
One thousand splendid boohs, fl5
Ilrown and Ljoti Co. Until we moo
Do you want a clean comfirtnble
room ll.no or $2 week? Call 1281
ljikcvlcw oil stock bill ndvnneo to
40 cents per share Septcmbtr 1 J
On July 27th O. A. Steven was ics
(stored at the Hotel San Mnrrm,
Tsiiriimatsu Inuida hai flleil divorce
libel ngalnst his wlfn Illdo alleging
ilesertloii for moro than one enr
Pay cash aud ask ror green stumps.
They're free. Call at th Bhow rooms
and see what you get free for
Commencing Sunday, August 28,
the Bulletin's phone numbers
will be: Buniess office, 2250; edi
torial rooms, 2185.
Don't wall for the rainy h awn to
start before jou luvn palate I onr
bouse. See about tbo work 10,1,15 and
bo nine to Insist that thu patutois u.'u
Pom Pieliarcd Paint.
Whin usUcd for prices by a dealer
In one of the other Islands don't wait
for the malls to carry our answer.
Use the Wireless nnd hao your iiuota
tlonij thero liiRlantpr.
Miss Hazel Iliickland will oi"n a
Jmcnllo il.iiicliig cl.isi ut Odd IVllowi
Hall next Krlday afternoon, Septem
ber 2nd. nt 3-30 o'cloek. Tuition SO
cents a lesson. Phone 1747.
The business man who Is particu
lar iibofit the clearness of his carbon
copy uses the non grease, non smudge
Kee lox Carbon. Fur sale by Urn
Hawaiian News Co., Alexander Vouni;
llcfore starting on our travels pro
vide jonrself with I bo Chciiies Issued
by the American Hankers Assoelotlon.
They will sao you many 11 money
annojance. For Milo by tho Hank of
W. It. Parrlngton, editor of the
1" v o 11 1 11 g II 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 I'eparled for
tho Island of Hawaii Ibis morning on
the Manna Ken. He will return on
Friday, accompanied by bis family,
who have been sK.-udlug some time.
1111 the big Island.
Chang Yoke Liu charged with big
umy win hno her case before the
grand Jury us she wnled examination
today before commissioner Judd. In
telling her stcry before, tho Commis
sioner this morning ttio woman said,
that sho thought rho was divorced
nnd free to marry again as she had
been told two ears ago that her til
orci had been granted.
FREE OF GRAFT
M. llrash manager of the Whitney
& Marsh dry goods store who with
Ills wife returned yesterday by the
Korea alter four months spent In
traveling In Europe and the States,
whllo speaking of tho exposition ut
IlriiEHcls, Uelglan, suld that It was,
"surprisingly tree of graft of any
kind. Fterythlng was arranged in an
artistic mnnmr and one was Impress
ed w it ti u te line of cleunllnesB und neat
ness. While an International affair
ths vxK)8ltlon wus not big In coin
parlton with others but what was
lacking In site was mudo up for In
tiuullty. Tho display of laces was
of course of particular Interim to mu
und I never expect to seu a better.
"After concluding our visit to the
exposition wo went to Paris where I
put chase every year thu mojt uxclus
Ive part of our stock. This year I
was c'ty fortunate in securing u line
line of novelties, laces and dress
goods. Following this wo went to
DigTHtid where I spent sometime In
buying at Manchester and In London
On our way home wo stopped In New
York where the major part of our
reudy-to-wi'ur goods uru bought. In
all wo had a very pleasant tlmo but
both my wife, und mself arc glad to
bo back In Honolulu again. And with
n business man's way Mr. llrash want
ed to get bjck to something of nearer
lniKirtuuce ho turned iiuenlloner nnd
began asking as to present business
condition u Hawaii.
Some men holler prosperity loudest
when they urn cashing in,
A Iflt-himded compliment Is better
than 11 vlglil-liundeil knock.
No 0110 Is mure suspicious of pol
itics tlitiu tho uuirnKit politician
Homo people erltUUe the country's
foreign relations as if they weio their
own pout' ones
Most iiftei-illnmir speakers uru loo
Jealousy ciiti gi a parly lender nil
awfully Imd name
A belli lllln tiiiiiiy guls binlieu
II lakes u illvelcllleil fiillilur In
iliUu illVMIklllail riuw
Oiler II lllllll s dlnliionlei III he
wilury Ini ut s fur nunyliig jlionny,
line dollar looks Klmill vtTii'ii II '
III' WIHIIwi' iff 11 Iwlib H'H. Mil II
Mli mllily Mk wiH II Is Him rffll
Back Filing in Carbuieler Sets Fire
to Valuable Machine Occu
pants' Narrow Escape.
Parly jesterda) afternoon, while II.
O. Ciininilngs, a Usllor from the coast
was 011 his way In from tbo lloinliititi
plantation. In his laigj touring ear, a'
back flroHicciirred In the carbureter!
and b fore nu Ihlliu could be lon
tbo big machine was l.i ltnmM. The1
back filing completely cotcnl the ma-,
chine with gasolene which Instantly.
iixik lire 1 lie iguiuon was ro ipucK
that tho occupants of the ear bad
liirdly time to leave the machine In
Mis. dimming was in tho machine
with her husband, they liming Just
finished a visit to the big sugar mill.
The car, which cost In the neigh
liorhood of (3,200. was completely put
nut of commission.
Ily the disabling of tho steering gear
on u big louring car, which was con
M)lng a part) of tourists to tho Pall
esterday, tho occupants received n
slight shaking up.
Released from the controlling nw
er nf tbo wheel the muchlno started
homo ipier antics. The iiower was at
nuro shut on" but before' the car lost
Its momentum It plunked Into a tree
along side of the road nnd a young
lady passenger of the c.ir was tin-own
against the back of the front seat and
had her lip sllglrily 'bruised.
Another niarhlne picked up the par
ty and brought them to town.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
A feeling nf security conies by hav
lug this famous remedy on hand. It Is
!a dependable safeguard against colic,
dlaiiben, cramps, 2ik-, 3,'u and ,'0e
' II 11 1 1 el 1 11 Kdltiirlal It : I'hmic
2185. II 11 1 let 1 11 llinlness Oil! re
. Plume 2250-
Blher bangle. Owner can hae same
b) proving property and paying
for this ad. 47 10-flt
Puntlihowl Heights, newly-furnished
hoiifco; inosijiillo proof, cool;
suitable for four single men Mrs.
II. P. Nichohou, top of Summit
road, corner School and Uinnn.
NBW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of this corporation, held'
August 29, 1910. tho following of-'
liters nnd directors were elected to
tervu for the )ear ending Jiiue 30,
II. B. Mclntyro ,
President und Director
S. II. Dole
. ..,. .Vice-President mid Director
P. A. Sw.it. .Manager and Director
J. T. Fenwlck ',
.Treasurer and Director
A. Lewis Jr. ,Sef-retnry aud Dire, tor
Henry Davis Auditor
i:. I', lllshop Director
II. 1). Tenney Director
1. V. Macfurlane. .1 Director
A. li:wis JH
IN TUB CIUCU1T COU11T OF THK
First Circuit, Terrltor') of Hawaii.
Uu Salto v. Taluiou Sa.Vo, Libel for'
Divorce, at Chambers. Notice. It'
appearing to the Cuurt that the re-,
spouduiit Tulmoii Sulto does not ru.
side In the Territory of Hawaii, hav-!
lug gone to parts unknown, and tbatj
the llbellant, said Un SuRo, does not
know the nddress or residence of thu
llbelleo anil has not been able lo us-j
vitalii the same either utter reason
able seui h anil due Inquiry far six
months after thu tiling of the libel;
It wus ordered by thu Court that no-
II co be given to llbellee by pulillca
tliu of this notice oiiiu u week for
1,'x successUe weeks, bowing the
time und place of hearing of said
libel, to wit: The 7th day of No-,
vemlier, I 'J 10, at nine CJ) n'llnck a,
III. of said day, 01 us sisiti thereaft
er us louiixel can be heard, III Ihu
loiillioooin of s,ild ('mil t, In the .In-,
illclui) HiiMliiK, City and Comity
of Honolulu. Ti'lllloty nf Hawaii.
Haled al nld Honolulu, AtiHimt ".
IUI11 ID llie ('limit IIIINIIV
HMI'I'II, I'lerl. Jipllt'litry len.
Hill AUK V) Hi'il t. M. IW, Hl
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GOOD NEWS for you here;
you can buy the best
clothes ever made, ready
to wear; they're right here
in this store, the finest lot of suits
and overcoats you ever saw;
made for us by
Hart Schaffner & Marx
the greatest of all clothes makers.
Every fabric is strictly all-wool,
a distinction among clothes.,
They're the most stylish clothes
made; they fit well, and you'll
get service out of them. -..i'i."
Suits, $'7.0 to $35; Overcoats, Si 6.50 to 'S301
This store is the home of
Hart Schatrner & Marx clothes
completed under the supervision of an experienced Land
scape Engineer. Private Driveways built.
P. M. POND, Contractor
All the New Models
$5.00 to -$15.00
" . jvni vc m
lines laid down
and the Court