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BVKNINO ntJLUmN, HOrTOUTLO, T. II, KniDAY, JULY IC, 1909.
Shoes for Summer
Exclusive and novel
designs in Ties, Ox
fords and Button Shoes.
In PATENT KID, VICI
KID, GUN METAL,
WHITE CANVAS .
$4.50 to $7.50
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Why Swelter over a Hot
When you can iron in comfort on the lnnai with an
Saves a thousand step-.; attachable to any light socket,
THE "HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
For-prompt service nnd the best meats ever sold here.
Wc have the choice of nil cattle raised on the islands and
pick the best.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
HIGH-GLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECOIIATING.
A NO GENERAL ?AINTING.
SPEAK TOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. . PHONE 397.
IT'S OUR TURN
Sunday will be the day when we go it, alone, not as a
chaser, but for our self alone as a beverage (eature. It
is the drink for the multitude every day.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Brads
Bought and Sofd
LOANS MADE ON LI8TED
Member Honolulu Stock and
Bond Exchange. '
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 89. P. O. Box C07.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P! 0. BOX 028.
HONOLULU HOCK EXCHANGE
Friday, July IC
- Kr STOCK
u Bfwer It Co...-.. ..
Rwts Plantation (u ....
Hr vallati AsfTtc.O.. .
lit vCom ft SniCn ..
INetomu Hurar Cn ....
I iikUSUtfhf Co
I'u chiitoii Sugar Pli it.
Kuiuku namttirtin to
Kckatia Mi. Co, ......
Koloa Sonar Co ......
OisonictSiftir Cn ...
OaftolaHmar Mint Co
U1ft MIRSf i.O I .TO ,,,
DUiwftlu Cn ,..,
Pftl ru Hilar if Plum IM
nHi r'a tlillftrt Co ....
t ukiuvitr C
Wi U'ua jt'lc (
Walmra Susr Mill Co
M M HLlANhUll
Inter-Wan J biram NCo
Moil R T ft L Co ft el
M u ual Tvlrtitionc Co
Oaliu K9t I.C
Hon h& MCo-.i
Hawalim PI traiiplef n
HwTr o f IK'ieCII
MawTrr k tc
lUwTcr 4H uc,i
haw Gov't we
Ca- Mcmi) tN K elCo.6t
Uiku SigarCo6 tic
flam. Ulich Cn ,
Ha. Irr' rui c
Haw Irrlif - . (Jt, .
Haw Com A liiisj Lo $ i
Illlo o KTn fon MX
Hoiiikan tujrii co Otic.
Hoi KTlCnA p c
M W)it ; luata,
Oalm K IV -Crt6'c .
Oahti Sipar Co pc ,
CUa SurCoAi.c .
I'ac So, till Cu. 6
Pal fUnuiloii Co ....
Pioitttr Mill Co ftp c ..
Walama grif Co spc
II i 7V
2,7 W )
I !), Ml I
Soles lictwern Uoaiils:
shb. Co.. r?9.i2V4: no iiaw. c.
, k S. Cn ,
(31.25; B0 llnw. C. & S. Co.. $31.2S;
1)0 Haw. C. & S. Co., $31.25; 80 Oalm
Sim-. Co, $29.25; 5 Oahu But,-: Co,
$29.25; 20 I.-1. S. N. Co, $107.50; I M.
B. N. Co, $107.60; 10 Pioneer, $170; 10
IMoiievr, $170; 20 HiKcIiIiimoii, $17.50;
20 I!iitchlnmC$l7.50; 25 Wnlluku.
$257.50. Pension: 10 V.v.n, $29; 100
Walalim. $95; 10 Wnluliii. $95; 5 Will-
nlua, $95; 5 Wnlalua. $95; CO Oahu
Sub. Co., f .'9 25.
Thu 11 ii 1 1 p 1 1 n ofllce 1ms for
sole the larsi'sl mitt best nM-ceht
scratch pad ccr plarctl on tho Ho
Inter-tslanil uml (). It. & I., (hipping
book for sale at the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
ofllce, 60 each. '
Anything now In tho sporting line?
Anything good In tho liquor lino! You
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Tho Anchor saloon with Monty
Montgomery, C. O. and .loo Meruln
"Top" Is proving ipillo a popular re
Mrs. I-orrln A. Andrews of llllo s
iucuprnllng satlsfacloilly from I lie ef
fects of an operation at Queen's Hospital.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening: Bulletin, wraooed
ready for mailing, 00 cents at B n 1
1 e t i n offiof
Wide-awake agents wanted for
floods that tell; S3 starts you in
good paying' business. Write for
particular to Wolsec Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Row, New "Xork.
IJ. B. Dlstrct Attorney IL V. Ilreck-
oils, accompanied by Marshal Hendry,
went to Kauai jestenliy, haling on the
Wi O. Hull, The) mill probably return
on Sunday, on tho Meamor Klnmi.
Try tho Island Transfer, phone SS,
O, VyMoDougall proprietor, for n
square deal In wood and roil, and gen
eral transportation and culagu. ODlcc
cor. Vineyard Bt. and College ulk.
At u meeting of the Hoard of Re
gents of 'tho College of Hnwal yester
day u decison was reached tip erect
n temporary hulidng on the Uerctnnla
iiwnuo grnumls for thu engineering
A wireless has been received from
flovcrnor John T. Il.iker of llllo. In
which he declares (hat oung Daker,
tho frenzied, financier who "did" Ho-'
no n lit recently. Is not related In any
way to bin),
l.t. Albert I.Minn, U. H. A., who ar-
lived on tho transport. Is tho second
member of tho llllo l.jmaii fnmll to
graduate at West I'olnt. Mo was num
ber 15 of his cluis, an honor which
gao htm choice, of dopirtpionts In the
Silva't Undertaking EstaUishment
1.. II. Kent, uudertiiKor ami embalm-
cr, 18 ycurs oxiierlenre. Mrs. (Irace
Kent, assistant, will earo for femnlu
cuses, AltJjuslhess will ucclvo prompt
Pttentlon. 1120 Tort St. I'lione 1,'J.
Night call 1014.
Whllo a safo WIib being mned to the
second floor of tho City. Hall jester
day, th roi parted and th safe
crashed down ibe stair. M. F. Scott,
wlio was ascending tho stair and In
tho Immediate! vicinity, had u narrow
cscaiui from serious In July, his roit
being ratr-tht botween tho safe mid tlio
Them has bien placed In tho hands
of thu Promotion Committee a package
or seeds of tho l'jretliriim Clnerarlue
folium, tho arlcly of Chrysanthemums
from which Diiluich Is made, by Dr. A.
Marajinn. The doctor is of tho opinion
that tho p'anl (could bo 'successfully
cultivated dere rod somo of tho Beeds
have been laced In the hands of Dr.
Wilcox of the i:iK'rlnient Station.
W. M. Minion, speaking of tho Or-
nngo Itlot of 1S71. sas; ''l was thcro
as n member of tho 22nd Iteglmcnt; N.
O, N. Y, M) duty brotmht me closo to
the mounted lender of tho Orangemen,
who mado a (Inn figure. That day was
tho liveliest I on or spent, I never saw
so many dead before or since. Tho
order to my company to file was glv
cn by an nltlcer as ho fell wounded;
nnd prune of us attended to tho rioters
m. Hill waa$f c Mlf . im
A "JL 1R I
Still At It
IF we knew beforehand
just what your idea
might be about your clothes; the color
and pattern you like, the style of the fab
ric worsted, cheviot- serge; the model
and c it of suit and overcoat if you'd
told us about it we couldn't have 'pro
vided for you better.
Hart Schaffner a Marx
Have more fabrics, patterns, styles than any two
concerns in the country together. We select
from their great line; there's nothing that, vou
want that isn't hcrp.
Suits and overcoats. Blue and black suits,
full dress, Tnscdo 'a specialty. ""
This store is the home of
Hart BchnfTncr & Marx clothes. I
King.nr. Fort Elks' Bid
George H. Eaife, Jr., Who Aids
Uncle Sam In Sugar Fight
Latest sugar quotation 3.92 cents or
$78.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3.92, els
Bests 10s 6d
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
MemOers Honolulu Mock a id Bono"
PORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Pollowlng is a translation from tho
editorial In tho Nlppu JIJ1 of July 15th,
Wo want to il dare to Consul Gen
eral Ujeiio and to the leslilent Japan
ese merLlitiiils; do not speak of union
dltloilal surrender mid miku tho settle
mint of the prevailing titiiutlon moru
difficult. The smooth an 1 speedy t.U-
tlement Is only possible by weakening
the onein and strengthening our side.
At this Juiictiiiu the merchants nnd tho
consul, should iinltu to sticngtlien thn
position of tho Milkers. Through thu
smpathy mid by contributing townrds
the strlkcis' fund strengthen their
foundation for further endiirniiro. Im
migrants mil) come from Kuropo, but
they will either go nwny nfler u while
or they will demand higher wagu. And
through tho plantations of Hawaii,
trouble will follow- trouble lintll Its In
dustr nil1 be crushed from its founda
tion. If tho Hawallans, Chinese, Iorto
ltlc.iiu:,. nnd Portuguese should como
here from tho other Islands and work
at Watpahu, Alea nnd Kahuku, tho
plantutlons on the other Inlands will
loco us many as tlioy are added to tho
plantations oti this Island. The labor
ers will .become short on tho other is
lands which will suiely bring tho wage
up according Ui tho principle of eco
nomies. If tho laborers pf other na
tionalities aio paid $1.50 nnd tho Jap
anese Inhoiers lire given no mom than
59 cults, It means nothing but tho
greatest contempt for mir'ccuiitryiiieii
Sw 3 J I
MMSjgpnrJfaBj' wfLf ym'xjliiiiiiiiki
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In tho gnvernment's prosecution of tho Anirrlrnn Sugar Ileflnlng com
pany for alleged violations of thu Sherman an(l trust law flinrgo II, Mirlra,
Jr.. or Philadelphia will bo the principal witness. Mr. Karle as receiver ror
tho Ileal lTstato Tlust Company of Phlladelihla forced tho American Sugai
Ileflnlng Unnipnny to pay over soveral millions or dollars to the Pennsyl
vnuln. Suu-ir ltennlni; rnintmtiv In uottln,n.i. nt n mil, i,.v,iii t,,n . tni...i.
" ' ---" - -. n,i .,. ir, ..11, , (UlillHIlin
of tho mi 1 1 trust laws. Mr. Karlu sought to havo the government prosecuto
wie sugar nusi nisi jear, mil railed. Hecentiy lio brought tho ensu to tho
nttcnllon or Attorney Oeuerul Wlckcrtlinin, and ihu latter Immediately begin"
gathering evidence for tho piosicutlon.
Any Jnpaicsn who uiges tho strlkeix
to return lo work iinrundltleiially tind
on thn roofs mid somo to those In the j" ho telU Hum to suffer tho humlllii
windows. As tho procession passed
along many of thu Orangemen slipped
nffthelr tosettes or sashes and disap
peared in tho crowd. Thero wqien't
many left by tho time tho trouble was
ovi r." "-
TO BUSINESS MEN
A representative of the Past litis
Agency will visit Mnul on and alter
July 20th, 1909. Claims for collection
on that Island will be attended to.
PAST Utli: AQBNOY. (Tel. 383)
Send for Booklet
P. 0. Box 93.
- B I U D W I N E
the 0NLT table drink. Manufac-
, tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
F. I. LAMOREAUX,
PIANO AND PIPE 0R0AN
TUNING AND REPAIRING,
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Udwaid Morris and J, Ogden Ar
mour of Chlcngu returned fiom Y.u
lOio on the'Knlser Wllhelm II, Mr,
Armour snld'liu found financial con
ditions nbioad much Improved,
Itesolvcd, That the following sec
tion of tho Utiles nnd Regulations
of tho Department of Public Instruc
tion, ns shown on page 28 of tho
printed' Hulcs and Regulations, reading
''Hereafter nil persons appointed
as principals of Elementary Schools
with tin eiiiollinciit of 200 or moru
must have u grammar grade certifi
cate or Its equivalent."
bo hereby abolished.
Tho above lesoliitinn passed nt
a regular meeting of the, Department
of Public Inctrudion held July 14,
w. r. rncAR,
W. II. IIAIII1ITT,
Superintendent of Public
WM. IIYDi: IHCI3,
MAY T. WILCOX,
WORTH O, AlICHN,
II. II. PARIS,
AI.IJRRT P. JUDD,
Commissioners of Public
tlnn Is nsultlng ha own countrymen.
This i.lio'ild not he the coin so lo bo
taken by men with Yamato-damashll
imdei any circumstances.
PATAI.I.Y CnUSIIi:D Ilalicrs-
field, Jilly 3. - J, II. Kgan, n promi
nent pioneer citizen of this city, was
fatally crushed whljo attempting to
bnaid n moving sheet car last night,
dying shortly afterward In a hospital.
NEW - TO-DAY
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Special Sale House Furnishing Goods;
- This week only 20 per cent reduction in all lines of housefurnisli.
intr goods CROCKERY, TINWARE, AGATEWARE. CUTLERY, BA8
HOUSEWIVES, ATTENTION ! Call early and accurc bargains. .
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. TELEPHONE 240. 100 KING STREET.
OR PHEUM THEATER
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY- 24.
NOTE PRICES OF SEATS.
Stage Seats 75 cents
Orchestra .-.., 50 cents
General Admission 25 cents
ON THE SQUARE.
REAL SPORT, NO FAKES
Every Event Contested and Decided
on Its Merits.
MIKE PATT0N REFEREE.
The Following Events
WAHILANI of Honolulu
SOLDIER McCOLLOUGH, Ft, Shatter
10 Rounds 10.
NIGEL JACKSON of Marathon Fame
BUGLER SARCONI of Camp Very.
8 Rounds 8,
JOHN COLL of Camp Very
PRIVATE FRIEDMAN, 5th Cavalry
CORPORAL HULL of Camp Very
4 Rounds 4,
THIS WEEK at
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Special Sale of
Ladies' Rain Coats
- Wonderful-Bargains in
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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