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. EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
"Scouts" Have Arrived
SHIRTS and NECKWEAR
We believe that our present line of Men's Shirts, Collars and Ties con
tains a greater variety than has been ever offered for inspection in
Boys Going "Wild"
They'rehere.boys! Those world-
Tw X iijGl
Nothing like them for
any outdoor sport.
The "BOY SCOUT" Shoe
Is made especially tor the growing
foot. It's the most sensible the
most attractive the most comfort
able shoo ever made (or rough and
The tops are as soft n a glove
they're made from Elk Skin
Leather. Soles are made from high
grade Elk Sole Leather and heels
are solid Elk Leather. Our secret
tifnnago process makes the soles
wear two to three times as long as
Hoys1 Sizes, $2.75
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
KaploUnl Building Honolulu. (, H
P O Boa (01
Chas. R. Frazitr
I'hone 1371 122 Km; Bt
Q. M. DUNCAN
353 Beretanla St, ipp. Royal Hawaiian
139 Merchant Sfect
.The HICYCLE DEALER und !(E
1'AIltER, lias muted to
180 KIM1 'STUKKT
.New locntloii Itcd front, neur
mimr lliillillntr. Telephone 2.11H.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU 5T. NEAR KINC STREET
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRESSED
Fort and Pauahl Sti. Phono 3029
Night and Day Phone, 1325
cin.nt .now so '
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
I Trial Massage I
H Ily Our flracliute of tho St H
H lli'ltn.i .Sanitarium (Uuttle H
H Creek Methods) M
H Schurmann Institute of m
H Nature Cure and Osteopa. H
H 100-177 llcrctnnla .Street, H
H Cor rnlnn Phono 1733
famous Boy Scout" Shoes
tho shoes you have been
reading about in the big
W 1 1
magazines the shoes
that have made such a
tremendous hit in
the big cities are now In
town and ready for you.
And they're beauts"!
Better than the m'aga
zincs said they Were,
if such a thine is pos-
baseball, running, jumping or
UliVe, Ian and Black.
common soles. And they're put on
so good they can't pull off.
"Boy Scouts" aro made without
linings they're the coolest and most
healthful shoes on the market.
Tell your pa and your ma about
them. Tell your pa ho can get a
pair for himself, too. Tell him
they'll outwear two to three pairs
of ordinary shoes. Have him bring
you up U look.at them costs notb-
Ing to sefethem. '- I
Men's Sizes, $3.00
WHEN IN NEED OF
f any description
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
ort and Queon Streets
OEQ. Q. GUILD
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard,. Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Buick, Overland. Baker Electric, and
Types 22 and 34 Can Be 8en at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel 8treeti
QEO. C. BECKLEY, Sola Distributor
SUPPLIE8 AND REPAIRINQ
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO
For tho BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
LANDAIILET. No. 660 ,
C. H. B E H N , !
1 ALL WE 48K IB A TRLU.
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1821 K.plol.nl Building
1 Use a PREST-O-LITE TAN.K
on your Automobile and save Gen
I Acetylene Light, and
Agency Co., Ltd. .
The acme of typewriter con
The Oliver It scientific In prin.
clplt, (lawless in construction,
accurate In adjustment, splen
didly efficient in. operation.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF Me-
BRYDE SUGAR COMPANY,
The undersigned, The First Ameri
can (Savings ,4 Trust Company of Ha
wull, Limited, Trustee under the Deed
of Trust duted the 2nd day of June,
A D. not, made by the McUrydu 8ug
ur Company, Limited, to tho under
signed us Trustee, hereby gives notice
to the landholders of the Mcllryde
Sugar Company, Limited, that In ac
cordance with the terhis and provi
sions of raid Trust Deed nald Com
puny will redeem und pay nil Its out
standing bonds with accrued Interest
tjiereon on the 1st day of July, 1912,
ut the olllco of the First National Hank
of Hawaii In Honolulu, T. II., or a'
the option of the holder of Raid bonds
ilt the otllce of the Dunk of California
In the City of Sun Francisco, fcjtiito
of California, or ut the otllce of Laid
lnw & Co., Hunkers, In the City of
New York, Stute of New York,
The holders of said bonds are hereby
notilled to present tho same for pay
ment of principal and Interest to July
1. 1912, and for cancellation at any one
of the placet, and on or before the
date last above mentioned, und suld
holders are further nqtltled that If
uny of said bonds are not so presented
the Mcllryde Sugar Company, Limit
ed, will deposit with the undersigned
rts Trustee at Its olllco In said Hono
lulu on vald July 1, 1912, the amount
of the principal und Interest to July
1, 1912, due on said bonds so unpre
sented, nnd thut thereupon all Interest
on said bonds so unpresented and nil
rights, thereunder except the collection
of said deposit will cease.
tub first AMnniCAN savings
& TItUST CO. OK HAWAII. LTD.,
Trustee under Trust Deed of Mcllryde
Sugar Co., Ltd.
(Signed) Uy CKCIL nilOWN,
Honolulu, T It., May 6, 1912,
S243 May 21. 21. 28. Jl; June 4. 7. 11,
14. 18, 21. 2r. 28; July 1
Attention! Knights of Pythias.
Tuesduy, June Jl, being n holiday,;
Mystic Lodge No. 2 will postpone Its,
regulur convention until Tuesduy, June
18. A special 'meeting will be held on
thut dute to. vonfer the three ranks.
All Knights lire requested to uttend.
A. II. ANGUS, K. of It, & 8.
NOTICE TO TRADE8MEN.
Mrs. Albert A. Araujo having left
my bed und bourd, notice Is hereby
given that T lll not be responsible for
any obligations on accounts contrui'ted
ALHIIRT A. ARAUJO.
Dated, Honolulu, June 8, 1912.
1 1911 Hupmoblle touring car. .
1 1910 'Stevens Model X S-passenger
1 1911 Stevens G-cyllpder Model AA
Any reasonable offer will bo accepted.
Cull and eo them at my auto stand.
Fort St. M. E. Bllva. 5250-lw
OFFICII D. Q M., Honolulu, II, T.,
May 27, 1912. Ben led proposals will be
received here until 9 a, in., Juno 12,
1912, for furnishing hay feeding and
oats, required ut posts In Hawaiian Is
lands during lineal year commencing
July 1, 1912. Information furnished on
nppllcutlon hero. CLVFFARD OAMK.
D. O, M.
6247 Muy 27. 28, 29. 31; June 10, 11
NF-W - TO-DAV
TENDERS, CONCRETE BRIDGE.
The Kuual l.onn Fund Commission
will receive bldi until 12 o'clock noon I
of July S, 1912, nt Llhue, Kuuul, T. II..
for the construction of u 100-foot Ileln
lurceu Lonereio uiruer jirxigu across i
Kllauea stream, nt Klluuea, Kuual. I
Plans, sperlllcutlons and particulars
Mill lie furnished by the undersigned
upon application accompanied by S5
J II MOItAONK, '
Engineer for Kuuul Loan Fund Coin-,
Llhue, Kuuul. ' S2C0-Ct
Wong Chung, Indicted for" assault
and battery, this morning entered a
lle.i of .not KUllty-before Judge Hob
limon. The case was net for trial
Monday, June 17.
SILVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2M7. .
Curios from all over tho world at tlidl
It, goes without saying thai every
thins: Is Beat at The Encore
Special prices on potteries ami '
brasses. Arts and crafts miop. -
Itcconstructloii won: on tnu Young,
Hotel entrance, is proceeding rapidly,
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible.
none better. Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd.
AcentB, . ' I
Tho IVrewcr Estate's shop building
on Union street will soon bo ready for
The Manufacturers Shoo Co.'s storo
will bo closed all day tomorrow, Ka
Tho Metropolitan Meat Market will
closo at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-lsland at $0. tawls
Stables and Oarage. Tel, 2141,
Tho trial of jj v -KiVxlinfr. io-'
cusod of hcedlesn driving, has' been
continued by Judge itohlnson to next
If 'you want a good Job dour on an
auto or carriage take It to Huwallan
Carriage Mfg Co... 427 Quean 8L
Judge Whitney' thU morning ap
pointed A. V. Codku idmlnlstrnlor of
the estate of Gluikd iI. Vorlrf. under
bond of U00.
Did you eter fry the Kxpert Hat
Cleaners on I'ort street with ft soiled
hat. Satisfaction Is guaranteed.
Latest reports from the Volcano aro
that the creater Is quiet and tho fea
ture Is the crumbling of tho walls.
Ulcyclo Supplies and Repairing. Roy
al Navy Ulcycles, Ho. Kusy terms.
Dqwson Bros., Smith and Hotel Sts.
The case of U II. Itlchey, ucc.mjil
of. heedless driving, was nolle prossi-d
In' Judge Robinson's court (his morn
ing. Drink Hires It Is pure; ulso the
distilled water bottled by the Consol
idated Soda Works. Phone 2171.
The store of tho Honolulu I'hoto
Supply Co. will bo open until ID
o'clock tomorrow morning, Kameha
Tho Hawaiian Hand will give a con
cert and dance at K. of I'. Hall next
Saturday evening with severul attract
Tho trial of Chlng Lum, 'accused of
soiling liquor without a license,- will
be heard by Judge Itohlnson next
Wednesday morning ut 10 o'clock,
Kor an auto call up Joe Santos at
Young Automobllo Bland, Phono 2511.
Seven-seated Pope-Hartford, NoT 929.
The, Tax Appeal Court for the First
Division has been called to meet op
Wednesday afternoon- at 2 o'clock In
the a olllco here,
Koreans liavo entered, enthusiasti
cally In cooperation with the Oahu
Central Improvement Committee. In
Clean-Up Day plans.
You can havo your lawn leveled and
nil holes filled by the Honolulu Con
struction and Draylug Co., Robinson
building. Queen street.
tiring 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar and get a complato Doy Scout suit
for vacation, Green Stamp Storo,
Iteretanla and Fort stroots,
The marriage of Gloria II. Pacheco
to Antonio Pacheco was uniiulcd on
her petition this morning by Judgo
Whltnoy. Digamy was the charge sha
made ugulnst the huBbaud.
They'll lorjlc like Ihey were made for
oti, when you get them from Geo. A.
Martin, tailor, Bethel streeL $20
llccauie Attorney Lightfoot. coun
sel for J, K. Johnson, who Is ucrutcd
pf heedlessly driving nn automobile,
iiiubi appear on onj or I no otner is
lands to represent certain properly
owners In some of the tux uppeul
cases, tho Johnson til.tl has been con
tinued to bo set lalor
Harold Edward Wallace, and August
Santos, Indicted by tho grand Jury'
on the chnrgo of burglary In the sec
ond degree, this morning emmod a
plea of not guilty. It Is now under
stood that Wallace Is only lit years
old, and thut his vita IioIoiiim In Chi
Juvenile court. It Is likely ho will be
returned to his hum In Oallfornh.
Santos' hearing hus been sot for 'lei
day, June 18.
In Shirts we have " E & W " and STAR," so well
known for the high quality of material, superior
needlework and perfect fit. These shirts are in
styles for formal dress, semi-formal dress, business
and outing wear.
$1.25 to $3.00
Neckwear for all occasions, 50c to $2.00
CHAIU.ES K. NOTLEY of Hnma
kua, arrived In Honolulu on the Man
1)11. C. I). COOPEIl will arrlte
Tuesday on tho Wllhelmlna from I'ojt
, EVA MYLOTT, the contralto, will
arrive tomorrow on tho Wllhelmlna,
en route from the coast to Australia,
and will appear In concert here.
ATTORNEY AND MRS. L M.
STRAUS have gone to Hauula, where
they will spend two weeks. Attorney
Straus Is feeling In need of a rest.
MISS HATTIi: SCHUI.TZ will ghe
a bridge tea this afternoon in honor
of Miss Elizabeth Stetson and Mrs.
Gustuu Schuefcr, the latter a bride,
from Honolulu. The guests will In
clude the Mesdurties W. W Keller, Cy
rus Harrison, Alexander do Ilrette
vllle, Uertrnm Yorke, Walter A Scott,
Jacques de la Montnnya, William Dev
lin, Stanley Vail, and the. Misses Olym
pla Goldarcenu. Ethel Thorndylce,
I'runc Pierce, Elyso Osborne, Laura
Peurkes, Ethel Stetson, Nell Ranch,
Florence Ilrnernian, Maude Arnold
und Augusta Stetson. S. K. Call.
The Thayer Piano Cominuy, Ltd..
has filed articles of association nt me
Terrltoilul Treasurer's otllce. It Is
capitalized nt $10,000. The members
of tho firm are U'onard E. Thn)pr,
Arthur Fletcher Thayer, Wudo Wat
ren Thayer, Ernest aleBncke and
Muble M. Hair. The compuny will
engage In business in Honolulu.
Small sccond-hund touring cur Can
stand n lot of wenr und tear. Hult
nble for the busy business man und
ran lie bought nt a bargain. 303
Judd llldg.; I'hone 2C5o. G2CO-41
On Ileretunlu Avu, postcard ulbum con
taining views. Finder rewarded on
returning to No. 9 Mugoon llldg.,
Mercliunt Ht. &2C0,lt
I-udy's gold watch with boy's photo In
buck. Reward Irf-uve ut this otllce.
lady's gold huntlng-ense watch and
pin; engraved "l- (1" Return to
1413 Kiiplolunl Ht. Reward
Auto Painting Co., l.illhu St., nr Klmr
References, on Milium-Young Can
paint and Mirulsh iiutm mi they look
us good us new" Workmen of many
jeurs experience. l,et us llgure.
CREDIT FOR LADIES.
Dress up Waists, Skirts, Suits,
Dresses, Capes, Cloaks and Couth, tl
u week; wear while paying. 1119
Fort St., next to J. Carlo's.
A little each pay day, wear while pay
ing Skirts, Waists, Dresses, Suits,
Capes, Cloaks nnd Coats, 111? Fort
St., next to J. Carlo. Gl'lOlSt
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Btr.tanla Strett
BAKER & HOKE, Props.
By Abadls's French Method
177 Kino Street Telephone 1491
iftirftr ifliriMifiaiil'-gr-- --''-' w.'teu.ra a aaI:
for Good Clothes
Some New Tan Kid
Turn Spies - $4.00
Welt Soles - $4;50
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
Weekly Bulletin. $! Year
A New Tan Suede d
Pump for Ladies
This Ib a winner, Shortvmp,
round toe. Up-to-date In every
The Price - $5.00