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PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS
How is that b of yours
fixed for School Shoes?
MADAM LKT l)S RKCOMMliND
Boy Scout Shoe
TO OPENfTHR VliRM wlf H
$2.75 the pair
FOR ALL SCHOOL SHOE BUYERS
M'Inerny - Shoe - Store
Jas. W. Pratt
1 REAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE,
Will buy a BEACH LOT near
'Excellent Sea Fromt Keddenoe
litei. Fruit trees and trau grew
lJK on loti.
THDSXS. REAI ESTATE AND
Cor. Merchant and Alakca It,
Ad. in the
Five-badroom Cottage on Wilder
Ave, short rilxtuiii'o from car. Iot In
RCnDI, Kin Irk! HuhtK. Property cost
nuiur ner J2700. Will bo nold at once
for only J2000.
W2 acres of Agricultural Land at
Kalihl Valley. Plenty uf wutiT uml
rain. Price, $150 per acre.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH
Waity Building 74 8. King Street
The best niul most reasonable-priced
building lots on tho market today are
In Niiuumi Tract (near the Country
Club), where, out) flmls a cool, healthy
locullty; rhnaled and well-drained
Kruiind, fertlln noil, macadamlrtd
streets, go eminent water from the
nearby rnsurolr, electric llglita and
all this easily and quickly accessible
from town by the Nmuinu electric cars,
I-ots f i om UT'O up, nn cany terms.
Land at Manna, Knllht and 1'ulanm
FOR RENT Now cottngu at :i.
J. H. SCHNACK.
137 Merchant Street
Stop Paying Rent
D0NDER0 & LANSINa
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
?300 to $15,000
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith 8ts.
P. O. Box 946. Phone 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California aa4
Mew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Brant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortfracei. Deedi, Bilk of lalt,
Leasee, Willi, Ete. Attorney for tai
District Conrli. 7ff MERCHAMT IT.
'(woiirtn. raoan int.1
Cheques for Customs
Cashed anywhere in
the world without
Bank of Hawaii,
Judd Bldg., Fort and Merchant
Wa deal In listed and unlisted cu"
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificate at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred. W. E. LOGAN oV
CO., Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
THE LEADING SURETY COMPANY
OF THE WORLD
923 Fort Street
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER ft SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Ouean 8treeta
GEO. G. GUILD
83 MERCHANT STRIET
Phone 148!) - P. 0 Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Brewer A Co
Ewa Plantation Cu
Hawaiian Akrlc. Co
Maw. Com. & Stilt. Co. . ..
HawalUn Sugar Co
Honomu Buna Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Halkr Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. .,
Kekaha Suga- Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBrydo Sugar Co. . . . . .
Oabu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd
Ptauhau Hugar Plant. Co,
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pepeeken Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walalua Agrlc. Co
Walluku Buziir Co
Walnianalo Hugar Co. . . . .
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Sioam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . ,
Hon. R. T. 1, Co . Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L Co . Com.
Mutual Te'ephone Co. . ..
uana k. l. Co.
illlo K. K. Co . I'fd
Hllo R. II. Co., Com....
lion. D.AM. Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co, Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok H C pd up
I'abeng Hub. Co. (I'd)..
I'uhang " (All. 40 Pd)
Haw.Ter.4 (Fir CI.) ..
Cal. Beet Bug. Ref. Co. i
Hun. das Co, Ltd, Cs..
Hamsktm Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Ci
Haw. Irr&tn. Cc., 6a
Haw. Com. It dug. Co. C
Hllo R. R Co., tsauo 1901
HlloR.Il. Co, Con. G ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
IIon.R.T.ftICo 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6a
McBryde Bugai Co. 6a . . .
Mutual Tel. 6
Oahu R. ft U Co.
Oaha Sugar Co &
rac. Bug. Mill Co. 6a
Walalua Agrlc Co. 6 ...
SALKS Between Hoards! C Wnlu
lua, S12: r Walalua, S129; 100 Mc
llryilo. 17.12'4: 75 Mcllrjdo, 7.12',4;
SO Mcllrjde, $7.1214: 200 McUryd".
S7.12; $0500 Hllo 1901 Gs. $98; $3000
Mclliyde Os, $99.
NOTICH Wnllnku Sugar Co. will
on tho 10th Inst, pay a special divi
dend of $2 per share In addition to
tho tegular dividend of $1 per share.
Pepeeken SiiRar Co. will 011 tho
lath Inst, pay n special dividend of
$2.40 In addition to tho tegular divi
dend of $1 per share.
IJIVIDIiNDS II. C. ft S. Co. 2,-io
icb. Cc spl., iKc; Onomea, 30c reg.
r.Oc spl., 80c; Honomu, $1.
Latect sugar quotation 4.9925 cents
or $99.85 per ton.
Susar, 5.52 cts
BEiiii wiewE mm.
Member Honolnln Stock and Bond
FORT iXJi MT.ECHANT RBXZT8
IT0CX8 AID BOHDi
Trent Trust Co..
MEMBEB HONOLULir STOCK AID
'sfloci and Boud 'Broker
Member ot,Honoau1u Stock ana
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
.STOCK AND BOND BB0XXRI
Member Honolulu; Stock tai Bond
Stangenwald Bldg., 102 Merchant St,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Lo.ne
857 KAAHUMANU STREET
Inter-Island and O. It. ft L. Shipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
office. r.Oc each.
jHTBULLETIN ADS PAY-$J
It goes without Baying that every
jthlng Is Beat at The Knrore
Pretty itchool hats for children it
llss Power's Millinery Parlor.
The biggest cholera germ known Is
on exhibition at the Anchor Saloon.
Go and see Jos. Human to have
your hat cleaned. 122 Beretnnla St
'Round the island Bummer rate, $30.
Lewis' Htables and Oarage. Tel. 2141.
i Dr. J, J. Carey has resumed prac
tice at his office, room 307, Boston
1 Kino assortment of Lily Biiltis, $1
jicr dozen. Mrs. Taylor, Florist,
Tho genuine Campbell Kid Dolls
right from the factory nt Wall,
Nichols Co, Ltd.
, Largo Panama hats for ladles at
Mlsa Power's Millinery Parlor. Bos
ton DldB, Fort street.
Wo have a new line of novelty toys
and favors for chltdrcns' parties.
Arte and Crafts Shop.
Pay cash and usk for flrecn Stamps.
They're free. And call at the show
rooms nnd see the new goods.
If you want a good Job done on an
nuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co . 427 Queen St.
Don't miss seeing the line display
of hund-deenruted Hawaiian scenes' on
China at the Carlo I)en,lll!l Fort St.
Druwlng for the grand and petit
Juries for tho October term W1I take
place this afternoon In the Federal
Tuesday nnd Wednesday, Mrs. Tay
lor will make a special show lag of
fancy ei animus In Young building,
ou nro Invited.
For distilled tater, Hire's Root
Beer and nil other popular drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consolidated
Miss Woodard has Just received n
new lino of stumped Maripilsette
waists, also embroidered baby bon
nets. Especially ulbhes to announce
tho arrival of a beautiful new stock of
CurlBon-Currler embroidery art silks.
Tho body of George Hchrepplo, cook
of tho U. S. S. Princeton, who was
drowned while bathing at Wulklkl n
few weeks ago, was shipped on the
transport Sherman. The body goes to
his mother, who lUes In Philadelphia
Because there is very little profit
In school books, owing to the fact
that they are sold In Honolulu at ab
solutely list price, ull the booksellers
In the city hne decided to sell school
books for cash only during the com
ing season, i
(lenuino Persian Angora kittens will
bo on display In A. I). Arlelgh & Co.'s
window on Hotel street on Friday nnd
Saturday of this week. They are pure
white In. color wlth-long ullky-fur and
n beautiful 'house ornament. Bred
from pedigreed stock In Honolulu.
A masquerade ball as given last
evening utt he K. of P. hull under the
auspices of Knlatna lodge. First prire
for costumes went to Miss Keullu Knui
and Mr. Sllvn, both wearing Muorl
costumes brought buck from New
Tho Hllo rallroad'ls proceeding rap
idly with Its extension plans. Con
struction to (lie I'epeckco plantation,
eight miles out, 13 going along fast,
nnd the Hukalau extension Is to be
rushed, Including a fill of 170,000 cubic
ynrds In a valley.
Miss Rachel B. Olcsnn was united
In murrlage with John C. Kwlng, yes
terday morning, at her home, her
fnther. Hev. William II. Oleson
forming the ceremony.
was very quiet and tho couple arn
away on their honeymoon.
Tho Pinectnr Sales Co, Ltd., of
this city was ownrdod a gold medal,
n blue rlblKJn award and n cash prize
for their Pinectar Sjrup and the car
bnnatcd drink made therefrom at the
recent California State Fair hold nt
Sacramento. 41,000 bottles of tho car
bonated water cre sold within tho
thrco ilnys of the fair.
Tho snle that Is going on at Blom's
Is certainly giving tho people a chance
of their lives to put In a supply of
dry goods at prices that nro simply
unbelievable. It seems to be a good
rhanco to stock up for futuro use.
Blom tells the public tho plain facts
of tho tjalo and they aro that ho must
have room through a cloan-up nud
the cloan-up In going through regard
less of tho B.icrlflcu or goods at non
profit prices. Tho salo Is on now. .
STOCK1 AND BOND BROKER
Member of Honolulu Stock and Bond
Rooms 206-7, Judd Bldg.
e insurance company
of Hawaii, Ltd.
WRITES ALL KINDS' OP
Office, 610 SUngenwald Bldg.
Our sanitary wui?ons Is our best nd
crtlsement. Our eiiamel-flnlshod cold
storage can not be excelled, and our
distilled water und Ice speak for them-
OAHU ICE & ELECTRIC CO,
, .,-. Telephone '2082 -
TfuvocY Tmark ,
THE BEST MADE
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
Ink, Paper, Pencils,
Rulers, Erasers and
all the Stationery
needed by students.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Two cases oro set for trlnl In tho
circuit court this morning befoio
Judgo William U Whitney. L. 711S.
K. Kekon et al v. M. P. Itohlnson ot
nl nnd also L. 7127 K. loua et nl v.
M. P. Robinson ct nl. They come up
for hearing October 2.
William II. Marsh filed a motion
this morning through his attorney, C.
C. Bitting, asking that his en no
ngalnst William Savldgt ho sot for
trial. It will como up before Judgo
William L. Whitney on September 7
Frank Andrndo Is attorney for tho
WILLIAM THOMAS OltnifJ has
applied for his first naturalization pa
pers. lo enmo to Now York on Feb-
ttiary C, 1903 and Is a nattvo of Tn-
W. CAMl'BLLL. associated for years
with the Chinese Imperial Customs
minlco with headquarters nt 'Sh.ing
linl, Chlnu, Is ii through passenger In
tho America Mam.
Hit. II. IIOItCHICltS, connected with
tho German govemmont nt Tslng Tan,
Is u through passenger In tho Japan
ese liner America Maru, which Is a
visitor at Honolulu today.
PHIL SKLDNF.n, "Tho dram! Old
Man" from Manila, a prominent busi
ness man, is u through passenger In
tho Japanese liner Amorlca Miiru. Ho
Is returning to the Philippines after
the completion of a business mission I
that culled him to tho States.
n W IIIH11IIAM nml Mm Prlillmlil '
of 1.0 Angeles, arrived on tho Wllhel
mlna this morning and, are stopping at
tho Young hotel. Mr. l'rldham Is
clmlriimn of tho Board of Supervisors
of Las Angeles. They brought a let
ter of Introduction to Secretury II. P.
Wood of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee. CirATU.US KUKLRIt, "Tho Poet of
tho Berkeley Hills," proed n royal
entertainer for the little band of pas
sengers In the America Maru, which
arrived from San Francisco this
morning. Mr. Keeler proposes nnk
Inu un extended tour of the Kast nnd
will spend somo time In India, China
and Japan beforn returning tu tho
homeland. Ho will deliver u series of
recitations at points along his mute.
Mr. Kcelor mny roniuln at Honolulu
for some woeks hoforo resuming his
Ilrliiht ottlco boy; knowledge of tjpe
writing neLessnry. Apply V. II
Davis & Co, corner Niuuiiiii and
Merchant Sts. COIS-tf
TliotoiiKhhred Tulouso Bese, brid from
linpoited stock. t:7 l.lllllli St.
Very handsome patterns
just received. These are
the best and most popu
lar waists made.
Everything the children need for school wear
More' Effective than Turkish or Russian Baths
Electric Light Bath, followed by a
llr HCIIt'KMAN.V, O.lriiimlhle l'li)l
i tun (I'luprlt-lor)
Ir lit V It M'CVs, t'liliopriitur
W I.PhTKIt, i:l rl Mlix-.-lir
M KAYA, Iji.lk- AII'iKliiuluiut
Of our September Specials.
Stores again crowded today
with happy buyers of our
Tomorrow is the last day of
this Sale. Thursday,. Friday
and Saturday will be Special
days for Ready Made
Don't fail to see our Big
Specials on next Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday in
Silk and Lisle Hosiery
It pays to buy at
King, near Fort
SCHURMANN INSTITUTE OF
175 Hcrvtntilii AM-.mt I itiuii H