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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLuEP, T. tl 'MO'N'D'AY, SRPT."'3, 1909. -
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The
Albert Edward tie
Hannn's new dress tic, THE ALBERT EDWARD, we
opened on the Gth. '
This shipment comprises entirely new features and
smart styles. Four new ties in Patent, three new Tan
Russias and fourBlack Vici and dun Metal Calf Bluchers.
These gems of the always popular and favorite man
ufacturer of fine shoe3 are positively the admiration of
all who see'them.
We are now in a position to deliver the finest assort
ment of real swell dress ties ever shown. i
M. MciNERNY
IRONING MADE EASY
By the use of an ELECTRIC
IRON, Cool, Clean, Comfort
able. No Odor NO Dirt, No
Danger. Simplicity, itself.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
L. Alloy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
1UST RECEIVED, a larUe shipment on
y the Alameda of WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single and Double
SPREADS. All sizes of SHEETS and '
MEETINGS.
NEW ARRIVALS
9
PRICES I0WEST
Dining chain in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea. .
Delicatessen
Frcra our counter is alawys talisfaclory le.'duse of its
fieshncss and purity. We can supply yoa with anything in
the line.
Metropolitan Market
Phone 45. W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
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ufll
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NCXT TO YOUNG BLCU., 176-180 KINQ STREET. . . PHQNE'2J7.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAB BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
Order,
I 1
SHOE STORE
EX "LURLINE
IN THE CITY.
onuments
Safes,
Iron Fence
BLUDWINE-
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE 057
Alfred' tf. 'Cooper
s.
Cable and Wireless A'ddreti
ALDYKE8, HONOLULU.
Western Union ind , Lleber't
Cedes.
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bougtit and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LASTED
COLLATERAL.
Member Honolulu Stock
Bond Exchange.
and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 89. P. O. Box 607.
Wm. Williamson,
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 012. P. 0. BOX S2B.
Honolulu StqcR Exchange
Monday .Seiilember J J.
NAME OF STOCK,
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CBrcwtrSt CoHMWHa.
SUGAR
ttwa Plantation Co ....
H il'nn Attic. Co. .. .
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Oahv Sfci.ar Co
OuoittcaSuKarCo ....
O kola Snsar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Jjd ....
OlowaluCo
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raaliauSa(tr.Pliiit Co
Pulfte SviarjElin
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pnxkto Siftir Cb.,.
riourrr Mill Co.. ......
Malt'iia Attic Co
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Waimmalo Sugar Co.
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MIVCIILLANICOUH
InUt-WaiiJ Slmm NCo
Hawaiian Klrolllr Co..
Hon TI. Co rid
Hon R Toll. Co Com
Mutaal Tlnlionc Co
Nahlao Rubber C.
IpudUii, .'
Nahiku RuM.tr Co A.
Qahu H 11. Co
H1I0K RCo
Hon H KM Co-
Hawaiian PI xarpla Co
HawTcMI clflirC'll
Haw Trf 4 PC
HTTiyfpc
KawTrraH tic... ,
Haw Tar 1 lit
HaW.Cov'l ti.c
Ca.artuiAK. Cn(p.
Halltu Har Co 6 ii c
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Honataa Sagai co fiic.
Hn.iKT At. : c
Kchala Ditch Co, tc
Mrbrynr Lr'i M, ,
Oahu Rft LCoa-ic .,
nahy Sugar Co ) PC ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 r c, ,
Pile. Sun. Mill Co. ea
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mm Co 6 pe ..'
Walaiua inr Co f p c
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SaloB IJctwecn DoanU: 100 Ono
men, $49.75: 100 Onomca, $19.75; ibt
Onomen, $49.75; 23 Wnlalun,. $115.00;
15 I.-I. S. N. Co. $111; $17,000 llllo R.
n. Cs, $100; 25 Walalua,,M6'.50i 30
Waluttia, $115.50; 5 Valnlna, "$115.50;
25 Haw, Plnoaiiplo Co , $27 75. Sex.
slon: 5 Haw. I'lno. Co., $2S; 10 Mono
kaa, $19; 5 lloimkan, $19,
Latest sugar quotations 4.20 cepts or
534.00 per ton.
Sugar, 4.(6 els
Beets, lls9 34t1
HfNRV WSTENHUUSt IRUST .
Msmbara Honolulu ttooK and Bond
Exohsngr.
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
.TELEPHONE 734.
BY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION.
Do It resolved by the Hoard of
Supervisors of tho City and County
of Honolulu Territory of Hawaii,
thut tho sum of ono thousand four
hundred and sixty ($1,400.00) dol
lars be and is hereby appropriated
f i oin the Itoad Tax Special Deposit
against the district of'Kwn nnd Val
nnue for the purchase of mules, wa
gons nnd harnoss.
.Presented by Supervisor J. C.
Qulnn. ,
Dated: August 27, 1909.
Approved:
. - J'OSKI'II J. FERN,
Mayor,
4K1 Sept. 13, J4, 15; 18, 17, 18(
20, 21, 22. 23.
- ', T"
Tourists ont the ChlcagnIliirling
ton & Qulncy'rnllroadiasked so many
questions of lliel t6urlst conductor,
Oeorgo L. Hoot, ho sajs, they un
balanced his mind.
-;. -
L. O. Murpliy's line became wrap
ped about it 118-pound blue fin tun'u,
at Avalon, Cal., ennbllng htm to
hi lug It to gntt'ln flftoon minutes, a
leiiiarknble lecoi'd.
BULl fjflN Al)8 AY
LOCAL AND GENERAL f.
Tfio Bullttln't Big Nlchel.
Ccratch Pad' la the blgacat five cents'
worth of Qlptr tver offered In Horn-1
lulu. Slx'of -fni for 'quarter.
' New cnr, chfefilf drivers. No, C,
Major Wlnslow wns a t-uturnlUK pas
tenfidr from Han nil ycBtcrjJay.
W It. Whteler onit wlfo rcturncil
yesterday, arriving on the Manna Kea.
Intetlaluid'Bad O. XL L. atnuiiiuB
ooka for sale it the Bulletin
oiHce. bli'akeb, ,
Delegale Kalanlanaoto wan uiniing
tlio rctiirnlng pasKengefn yentcrday on
tho Maiinn Kea.
ltlcliard Ivers, who Has been on Ha
waii on business, returned yesterday
on tho Manna Kea,
Under, the management of Monty
Montgomery the Anchor saloon Is be
coming a popular resort.
Col. Sam Johnhon, manager of tho
I'ahoa Lumber Company, Is In town,
having arrheil yesterday.
Miss Nellie McLean, who has been
'pending a pleasant vacation on the
big Inland, returned yesterday.
Anything new tu he sporting line?
Anything good In Uie Jlquor line? You
can find It t "The Two Jacks."
If you want a goad Job done on an
auto or carriage take It tojluwutlun
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Frank . Thompson and E. J, Lord,
who accompanied the Congressional
party to Hawaii, returned yesterday.
Down at JJlck'a every 'Saturday,
turkey lunch ml ctlier rof.ealunonw,
Hoyal Annex Bur. All are Ihtlted.
Major Kern, who has been traudlng
with tho Congressional party, re
lumed yesterday on the Mnnna Kea.
Senator Dllllnghaiu, who Intended to
vlnlt Maul before returning to Ilono
lulu, returned yesterday onMlio Mnnna
Kea.
Kor tho best atitombbllo service, ring
fur J, A, McLcod, sdv en-Sealed Tlivmas
Flyer. Tclephona C09, dependent
Auto Stanttr-
'llnttcd BLatOd Dlatrrl Attorney
Ilrcckons and Marshal Hendry were
arrivals yesterday ou thu Manna Kea
from Iluwnil.
Coaf your Iron roofs 'with, "Arabic."
You 'will ba lurpri'aod at Us cooling
und preservative properll'es California
Feed Co.. agents. ,
Admiral find' Mrs, Holjyday, who
have been lsttlng,oit Hawaii, came
hack yesterday greatly pleaced ulth
seeing the volcano.
On Saturday, at the Athletic l'ail;.
the C. (A. C. Juniors beat, (be Ashla
by a iicoro of 9 to 4. The game wus
played before the ten-mile rate was
inn. t
Tho Oahu Juniors had a gnmn ot
ball nt the Athlello I'urk'.rratentuy,
and the P. A. C. nine managed to
defeat the Mil Hocks 1i).i score of
1 to 0.
i;o I.lilillaiifio tcndei Knliul tlll
probably iwut this oenliiri.fur ilicKa
Lao llghthmiye on tho Lciithcru iolnt
of tho big lhl.ii.d, to makj repAlis it
that light. ,
All sorts of protests have been
n)cd In connection .with the ten
nillo race, and umong those are
kjlcks from Tsukamolo, Cordelro nnd
a fcoiijihi of other peds.
Tho Union Wide Class will meet this
evening nt the Methodist church at
7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is re
quested us special business v. Ill bo
brought before the meeting.
As the U. S. A. T. Igan comes In
tomorrow en route for thu IMiillppincM
mid carilcs tho majority of tl-.i milt
Accumulated Mnco the China, (lie Muti;
Urtirla will therefore have but n il:t'i
mail.
Although no official Information hna
teen received by the iiostoffico author
ities. Superintendent Carr of th-i
transportation department of thu pout
office, Is expected back on the .Man
churia, which arrives tomorrow. ,
Mrs. Atcb'.r.'ej- has obtalred n, writ
of certlorail from Jtidgo Hi'i'iiison, n
tuniablo on September l. Tip) ut
Is to seciiio a luvlaw of I'w iiiin...
Ings'beforu (e Lunacy "oiiimliitou,
which Mis Atcherley deelinei voro
unjust.
According to tho JTHo Tribune, offl
clals ot that city aro not taking an
rcttvo stand In collecting license fees
fiom drummers "ho go tlforo from
Honolulu. Neither tho police nor tho
officials of the treasurer's office' aro
willing to fakq Up.tho niattet1 before
the nieetlngof tho Hoard of Supervis
ors or tho court.
Tho Collcgo of lAwall Is offering
special courses In various subjects for
students ,who are prepared to take,
thfin. Tho department of household
economics is offering a course In prac
tical cooking. Tho work will consist
of laboratory practice, supplemented
by lectures on various foods, their
preparation and serving. Tho depait
ment of botany offers a courso In plant
life, Tho course will consist of lec
tures and recitations supplemented by
laboratory exercises and excursions In
order Jo study plants under thu envir
onmental conditions that modify their
growth nnd development. Thero will
nlsobo opportunity for spcclalwork In
English composition and i?ngllBh liter
ature, llkewlso In German iuiiI French.
The department ot engineering otters
special work In surveying, mechanical
drawing nnd wood technology. Stu
dents dcjlrlne to take any of thcto
subjects may get full Information by
applying at tho college.
AuCtiOlf SalC
OF
FURNITURE
AT THE KNUTSF0RD. .
Makai-Ewa corner of Union and
Beretania Streets, formerly the
residence of Or, Miner.
Wednesday, Sept. 15,1909
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
OOLDEN OAK DRESSERS,
HEAVY IRON BEDS,
LEQQART SPRINGS,
0STERH00R MATTRESSES,
HEAVY OAK ROCKERS,
PARLOR TABLES, CHAIRS,
WARDROBES, BOX COUCH,
WASHSTANDS, TOILET SETS,
REFRIOERAT0R, ETC., ETC.
Jas. W. Pratt, Auctioneer
ft
School . Books
and Supplies
X birc stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, RUBBER ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, 'etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd.,
. Remember 'the Place.
WANTS
WANTED.
Olrls to work In bindery department.
Apply llullctln. - 4413-tr
I i
LOST
Shell carved Ivory bracelet, set In
gold, between Young Hotel and
Kallhl, Heward If retdrned "to
this omce. 4413-tr
NEW - TO-DAY
HIGH SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE.
Under and by lrtue of a certain
Writ of i:ccutlon Issued by Frank
Andradc, District Muglstrnto ot Ho
nolulu, on tho 13th day of August.
A. D. 1909, In the matter of Daniel
S. K. I'ahu, l'lalullff. vs. William K.
Luther, Defendant, fur the sum of
(Ifty-fccven StMOO ($D7.SG) dollars,
I did, In said Honolulu, City and
CAunty of Honolulu, Tcrrltojy of
Hawaii, on tho 13th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1!)09, levy upon and shall
offer and expose for sale nnd sell nt
public unction, to the highest bid
der, nt tho City Auction Kooms, Mer
chant street, In said Honolulu, at 12
u'clucknoon of Wednesduy, the 13th
day of Oetnbci, A. D. 1909, all tho
light, title and inteiest ot the said
William K. Luther, Defendant, In
and to the following real property
unless the sum of fifty-seven CC-100
($li7.56) dollars, that being tho
amount for which said execution Is
sued, together with Interest, costs
mid my fee and expenses are previ
ously paid.
PROI'KIITY TO I1B SOLD.
All that piece or parcel of land
sltuuto at Honolulu, City and Comvr
ty ot Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
being lot four (4) In block "C." as
shown In n map made by Mr. Wil
cox and being a portion of Apanu
one (I) of L. C. A. 4034 to II. CI.
Davis.
Dated nt Honolulu, City and
County of Honolulu, Tenltory of
Huwall, this 13th day of September,
A. D. 1969.
PATRICK OLEASON,
Deputy High Sheriff, Ter
ritory of Hoawll;
4413 Sept. 13, 27; Oct. 12.
Mrs. Sarah Nagler of New York,
iifrnld of mice all h'cr life, Baw her
cat driving one toward her, leaped
on to ii chair for "safety," tipped It
over, fell out of Hie window and wus
killed.
Col. John S. tyiosby, "16 'ai'i""8
confederate hodler,l's expected to at
tend ii reunion of Mosbj's guerillas
to 'be held nt Ilrlstol, Tenn., this
month,
T
White. Serge
Suits '
i Who hasn't envied the man dressed in a cool white
serge suit? These suits are just as comfortable as they
look, and they're dressy, too We have just received a
line of the celebrated HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
white scree suits cut in the latest fashion and all so low
priced that they're eaiily within vour reach.
SILVA'S
TOGGERY
Elks' Bide
GLASSWARE
TABLEWARE TUMBLERS: Water. Lemonade- Claret, Rhinewine.
jeer. rnncn, vociciaii, wniskey, Highball, ice-Tea, Egg-Nojrir,
COMFORTS, WATERBOTTLES. CHEAPEST OLASSWARE IN
HONOLULU.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
169 King Street. THE CROCKERY EMPORIUM. Telephone 240.
OUR
"The Very Best in Everything" is the'iecret of our inc.
cess. This, together with the "know1 how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
, ,. JOHN SCBXF.QT, Manager.
Telephbte 71.
HlSIH
ar I 1 I k-BKSBM
CiVLW'HisWa
Theo. H. Davies 6c Co.,
Ltd.,
.Hardware
mm
ANTS ARE PESTS
, kaMMHLMHHHHHHHHMr-
HID YOUR HOUSE OF THEM AND SAVE YOUR
FURNITURE, FOR THEY ,WILL EAT INTO AND DE
STR0Y THE BEST THERE IS. OUR "KELLOOO'S ANT
PASTE" IS A POSITIVE PREVENTATIVE TO THEIR
ENTRANCE WHEREVER IT IS PLACED.
Benson, Smith fc Co,
Limited.
HOTEL AND FORT STREET. PHONE 397.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Kinp St., near Fort,
? x wwstiaiiini i.mjw-s.1
M0HO
Have you an auto
matic sewing ma
chine? If you haven't,
here's your chance.
Single thread, lock
stitch, drop head au
tomatic for ?S0.
The biotst value
ever offered.
Department.
Automatic
S, E. LUCAS,
OPTICIAN.
Masonic Building, cor.1 Hotel and
Alakea.
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
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