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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905.
OF BROKEN LOTS OF SHOES
We have today added
THREE NEW LOTS
L'adlea' Slippers and three lots of
Men'a, both tan and black.
We have (till a lot of good ilxei left
Our 8ale la a aucceei. This li
8UCH VALUES WERE NEVER t
BEFORE OFFERED IN THIS CITV.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
THIS IS WHAT PFOPLE OF
HILO CLAIM TO HAVE DONE
PERSONAL NOTES OF ISLAND OF
HAWAII AND HILO BUSINESS
MEN ON THE KINAU
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAfft i
HONOLULU. August 5. 1900
name of stock
C Brtwcr Ac Co ......
I ! Plant allnn Co ...
diw torn uer v-o. .
rliwAlln Sue' Co .
Honomu Sugar Co
HonoVi Sugir Co .
Haiku Sugar Co.. .
Kahuku 1'iantallon Co.
Klhel IMantatton Co Ltd
Klpahulu Sutar Co ...
Kotoa Sugar Co .
McHryda Nigar Co .
Cahu buear Co.........
Onomca Sue' Co...
Ookala Sugar Plant Co
OUa Suf at Co LU -Otowalu
Paauhau Sugar Plant 10
(Special to The DutteHnl
Hllo, Auk. 10. The Klnau arrived
fiom Honolulu about 5 o'clock yester
day afternoon nfter n rather rough.
frlti At Mnnlann II nv (wn nf tllO
steamer's boats had great dlfnculty Inl PsMm.....
landing owing to the strong wind which pnMkta Sunt Co ..
....... l.inH.lM a itin limn nn liinl nnn . I llnnr Mill Tin
"" "'""'" " "." "' "" I w; ui. i.rt7,TiESrc
tnlnlng passengers was blown far out , vv.iiuk. s!lcr Co ....
of her cotirEe and It looked for awhile w.iiukn soir Co Set
as though sho would not bo able to ;V,uKf Oo,
Tho Klnau was delayed two or three ytf-li Sum NO
hours nt Maalaca and did not stop at HwHTafLCoPtd. .
Laiipahochoe because of tho rough hRTps;lc,,c50'"
wcathcr. She took n large crowd awny ctt R afCollLr
from Honolulu, In many Instances thero hiio Rmroii Co
bolng thrco persons In one room. j "on" u" boni's
Among those who landed nt Lnhalna'HiwTcMp'c (riraCl
were 0. P. Wilder, II. Wagoner. II. L." H.wT.t h pc
Hudson, C. F. Hcrrlck. L. SI. White- (j',J,V! tt'c7
ilrews' I). L. Marx. H. Mlkt nnd Iss!"" Sugar Co 6pcr
t Haw Com & Sue Co 5 pc
Uawuftar t-oop c
Every Pound Of
CRYSTAL SPRING'S BUTTER
comri irpnn ann niira rnm & .aa &... .. -i .
...... .. r. ,,,,, ,llc uiifoin pdiiure ianas or -y
California. A eonlgnment eome to us In the refrigerator of ET
every steamer. iK
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
We have now frt stock a com-"
plete line of the famous VER
IBEST Canned Meats, and
can confidently recommend,
them to all housewives,
LOOK AT OUR WIN
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
TEL, MAIN 149
Waity Block, King St.
SHU BE DEfAYED
IROQUIS WAITS -
Till til K. Hush. Andrews went to La-
halna to prosecute In somo of the fish- Hiiok KCoContpc
cry cases which nro to bo tried there. gSfiJ" J
A rinftlmt Irtft fl.n a,Arn,n n, lnri. ......... .. . ---
... UU.IIVJ (III IUV 0,..,.V. . .!- . UIIM H K b U) B P l .
aea. i OahuSuRir Co6pc
Auditor Fisher boarded tho Mnau nt p.i.pi.niCo ..;
Mnnlnp.i nmt left her nt SInhukonn. ' pion Mill Coipc .
Frnm Mnhllknnn ho will CO nverlnml to W.l.lw Aftk Co p c
. :. . .-. . :: ; ;- ,. ;.; ,i". i"
County Government is working nicely Sales Itetwcun IJoard: 15 Walalua,
upon Maul and that tho only way tho $70.
1 oof to
iot - 1.
rumpus between Sheriff Kcolnnul and
the Supervisors upon Hawaii can bo
settled Is by a test case in the courts. I
Col. Bam Parker, J. T. JlcCrosson
and Capt. J. Rosa got off nt STnhukona I
and went to Kolialn where they will
Inspect tho new Kohala ditch.
Paymaster Brown and J. W. Wald-
Lateit sugar quotation, 4.12S cents.
Henr) Walerhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort ana AMrchant 8tt
Telephone Exchange No. 1.
LONDON BEETSJOs I 1-2(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
8T0CK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
920 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12,
Stocks and Bonds Wanted
I have demands for all klnd of Securities,
Llat your Stocks end Bonds with me and I
will secure you the highest prices.
Geo. P. Thielen Broker.
SCHOONER WOODBURY IS STILL
READY TO TAKE LAVINIA
Our $65 White
are marvels of beautv and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inehei, the four side are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
A SUIT OF CLOTHES
THE VERY LATEST
New record for the VICTOR Talk
Ing Machine and music for the PIA
NOLA have Just been received by us.
The collection It replete with novel
ties. BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,. Ltd,,
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING.
Search for the schooner Chas. L.
Woodbury may be Indefinitely delayed.
The Iroquois would probably soon be
dispatched to look for tho schooner
but for the' fact that the V. S. S. Iris
Is expected with supplies for Midway
nnd the Iroquois must wait until her
Tho cablegram announcing tho com
ing of tho Iris gives no Intimation of
when she will leave the coast or when
she Is likely to arrive here.
Sleanwhlo every hour may Increase
tho danger to Captain Harris and tho
foul teen persons on board the missing
schooner. Thero Is n possibility that
having sprung a leak in the storm the
schooner was sailed back to LayRan
Waterfront prophets would not bo sur
prised wcio sho to bo loported even
further away. i
Captain Welsbarth takes hi recent
experience with tho coolness nnd sang
froid for which ho Is Justly famous.
"Give mo a fow days on tho marine
railway to calk up a Uttlo and a fow
other repairs," says tho captain, "and
then I'll sail right back again. I llko
those Islands. I feel nt home whon I'm
sailing down amongst 'em."
Captain Welsbarth and Captain
Nlblack had a talk this morning about
search for the Woodbury, but at pros
ent the Iroquois Is undergoing boiler
repairs and with the expected arrival
of the Iris nothing will bo done.
When the Iris does come, should tho
Woodbury still be unreported, the Iro
quois would call at Laysau Island on
her way to Midway, to see If the
schooner had put bacc. Then, pro
ceeding to Midway, the results, would
bo cabled here.
Cut and fitted by an artist I the song we are singing,
suit of our effort In placing before you
A SUIT FOR $20.00
made and cut In the best of style, equal to none, and better than
the best, Is something unheard of until we broke Into the open.
We are not telling you WHAT we can do, but we are doing It
EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK
Our sewing Is done by artists and the shop open for Inspec
tion at all times, as we have no causo to be ashamed of the work
we turn out On the contrary, we feel proud of It, and Justly so.
Ilead "Wnnts" on page 6.
Head tho Bulletin s latest offer on .
Kcyecr Olovcs In lisle on salo ct .15
cents at Pacific Import Co.
Delicious pies like your motbci
made. New England Ilnltery I
Dlom's big remnant salo Is now on
You can't alford to overlook It. I
All tho magazines you want at tin
publishers' marked pi Ice. Wall, Nlch
Camera views, ParndUe of the Pa
cific, on sale at all news dealer.) and
The Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
will have Its annual report ready with
In a few days.
Sir. Kinney, father of W. A. Kinney,
arrived from San Francisco on thv
hark Mohican yesterday.
Trustees and officers of the Chamber
of Commerco will be elected at a mcot
Ing to bo held on Wednesday.
J. J. Cook, colored, today entered on
his new duties as messenger at lb
Naval Station. Ho Is a civil service
Tho Acting Governor hns received a
rrlvato cablegram from Col, Jones who
Ik In San Kranclsco with the rest of
the Seagirt illlo team.
Harmony lodge, will exemplify the
first, second and third degiccs tonight
under special dispensation tonight
All Odd Kcllows nro Invited,
Work was this morning begun on
tho lot on the corner of Nmuinu
menue nnd tho Pauo.t road, which Is
to bo transferred Into a park.
The Hoard of Prison inspectors of
the first District Imr notified tho Act
ing GoM'rnor that nt n meeting held
last Friday It appointed U. A. Itoss as
ltcturn of Rcrvlce of tho writ of man
damus of 1). Kanenlll ngnlnst Circuit
Judgo Ilnrdy of Knual was filed today.
The matter will come, up before Jus
tleo Wilder next Wednesday.
Passengers departing per S. S. Ven
tura. Have your baggago checked In
the sealed compartment through to
San Kranclsco. Union Kxprcss Co.
Tel. Main bG. Daggagc agents Oceanic
S. S. Co.
Judgo Dolo has received the resigna
tion of I. K. Hay as United Stntcs
Commissioner of Illlo nnd has appoint
ed him as refcrco In bankruptcy at
the came place, to tako tho placo of
T. C. ltldgnay, resigned.
J. J. Dunne this forenoon argued the
demurrer of the Hawaiian Gazette Co.
to the libel suit brought against It by
A. V. Gear in reterenco to an nrtlelo
relating to Iwllt-I matters. Tho matter
was continued until 2 p. m.
The American bark Mohican, Cap
tain Kelly, arrived In port yesterday,
18 days from tho Coast, Tho bark
bad a fine trip. No vessels were sight
ed. Three passengers, Mr. Kinney of
Hilo and Mrs. Klemmo and son of Ho
nolulu, made tho voyago from Sao
The Attorney General's Department
Intends to bring action against Hus
taco and Peacock for a public road
running from the Cleghorn premises
In Walklkl to the beach, which was
closed by the parties named In 1893.
They claim to have a right to do so
under a purchase of land from I.llluo-kalanl.
pBaka JKUmdmM . . ;
5?2S$S3lKI I Bre beer that are known to be pure. t
MjBgtr;.HB If yu drink them you are drinking
HSmtim the be,t beer brewed ln this city or
2?JjBiB any other city. They are beers of
igHUMHsiT quality, " " " " ' f
WWmBjmK About the erratic actions of your ft
sKJgfpKly timepiece. Iking it to us wc will a
iTJBwUs P"t right in short order. J)
jtSjti Watch repairing here is done by the most ft
P? m. R. COUNTER, W
f J 1142 FORT STREET, T,
DONT DRINK ANY OLD BEER.
Positively the belt smoke for the
J Id Government Plantation Cigars.
( ellable at all times.
'J he Cigar for you.
J ur Experience Is your safeguard
eal Rich Tobacco Flavor,
n Quality and Workmanship
onslder the price,
r nd you wilt
aturatly give them a trial:
Lewis & Company,
BEGIN J SAVE
Our little Home Savings
Bank does more than any oth
er agency to develop and fos
ter the saving habit On de
positing a dollar we give you
an Individual bank Into which
you drop from time to time
any coins you may feel that
you can spare. Bring us your
bank at the end of the month,
the contents are placed to
your credit and Immediately
EARN 4 1-2 PER CENT..
computed twice annually..
FIRST AMERICAN SANIN6S &
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD;
L-evingston & Roland
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
ron left tho steamer nt Kawalhao. They Hawaiian Minister to Washington tho
uro upon a vacation trip and will visit Carter furniture was sold at auction
COTTON BROS. & CO.
Plans and estimates furnished for
'all classes contracting work.
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300, B03T0N BLK-, Honolulu.
Orders taken at the
for INFANT'S JACKETS,
SOCKS and SHAWLS
Von Hamm-Young Go,, Ltd,,
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION AND
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
Cor. King and Bishop 8U.
Manna Loa beforo their return to Ho
A. P, Judd and A. -W. Carter ore on'
rheir way to Hllo via Kawalhao and
Thos. A. Ilurmlngham landed at lro
hala and will nmko a business trip
J. II. Slorango returned to Hllo from
n short business trip to Honolulu.
Miss La Voy, a trained nurse from
Honolulu, came over to work for Dr.
Holland In the Hllo Hospital.
Sirs. Dr. H. II. Elliott returned from
a pleasure trip to Honolulu,
Engineer E. II, Cant returned from
Jos. J, Arnold, late of Denson, Smith
& Co., Honolulu, came over to visit
the volcano. Ho will leave the Islands
and return to his home In the States.
Clarence W. Macfarlane came over
from Honolulu to repair the gas plant
at the Volcano House.
Immigration Commissioner J. K.
Itrown was a Hllo passenger.
Sam Knuhanc, Georgo G. Kinney
and Walter II. Hayselden, all of Kail,
enme over to Hllo from Kohula. They
left for Kan today,
Geo. II. Williams and daughter re
turned from a visit to Puuhuc.
Among tho passengers for tho Vol
1S9 KING 8TREET.
CAROLINE M. VON LANQAU (M.D.)
Magnetic Massage and Hydropathle
Treatment. At the Patient' Horn.
Charges, Magnetle Massage, 13.00.
Hydrooathle treatment Included. fSi
or alx treatments, when paid In ad
Residence, 627 Beretanla St. Phone
IS OUSH MOON KEE
Editor Evening Iliillctln: Tho nrtl
elo In your paper of August 12 entitled
"His House Shlngleless" from a Wul
nlun rnrrpsnnmlpnt. rounlea tho name
of Attorney Stiaus wlthn the transac-1 Webster, Miss Slumle Dec. Mrs. C. H.
In Honolulu and. L. S. Severance, who
lived near the Carters at that time,
bought the crib. Mr. Severance raised
bis family iu tho crib and after be
'was through with It John A. Scott
fell heir to the crib and his children
wero cradled to sleep In it. At tho
present tlmo W. T. Holding's family at
iWalnaku are making good use of It
When Georgo becomes President tb
price of this baby crib will go asalllng
Sheriff Wm. Kcolanul returned
from Kohala Sunday where ho went
upon court business.
Norman K. Lyman, who for a num
ber of years has bean sheriff's clerk
at Hllo, Is now road supervisor In this
district. Urlckwood Lyman succeeded
htm as sheriff's clerk.
Geo, Ross has given up the man
agement of Hakalau Plantation because
of his poor health. Ills brother, John
SI. Ross, will be the new manager.
Noah Alull is representing tbo Attor
ney General's Department In Hllo.
John A. Noble and family have been
visiting Illlo for several weeks.
Wm. Vanuatta it 111.
Geo. Dcurgus is having a new bar
room built at Demosthenes Hotel.
APPLICATIONS IN FOR PALOLO
(Continued from Page 1.)
the method of tho opening of the lands.
Probably thinking that the order In
which tho applications were received,
would give an ndvantngo to tho early
hid, ns was tho caso under tho method
liv which tho unner Pnlolo lands wero
opened snmo tlmo ngo, In which the
first nppllcant got tho land he applied
forwlinoni ueiay. ai leasi hub muni
ing fho applicants wero In front of
tho door of tho land offlco beforo tho
time o biiblness. It wns stated that
one of them had been on the spot slnco
Saturday night and that others had
been thero for shorter tlmo.
Tho following applications for lots
wero received this morning:
William C. Ilcrgln. lot 20, area 1.C7
acres, upset price $200.
Thomas II. Dunkin, lot 19, area 1.03
acres, upset price $200,
Sam Clinton Hendesty, lot 1, area
1.17 acres, upset price $150.
Clinton William Crandcll. lot is,
area 1H9 acres, upset prlco $200.
E. It. Hath, lot 18, area 1.48 acres,
upset price $200.
The applicants had to file ten per
cent of the upset prlco of the lots they
applied for. The lots numbering from
15 to 20 Inclusive are on the stream
nnd between the old and the new road.
As they have water and are compara
tively freo from rocks, and the rent of
the lots .which run from tho new road
up the sldo of the mountain, aro very
rocky, It Is expected that most of the
applicants IH go nfter these five lots
and somo spirited bidding bo the result.
"For Rent" card on sal at Bulletin.
THE GERMANIA LIFE
' INSURANCE CO,,
Of NEW YORK
Excells In point of
the result of well-directed effort
and prudent conservative and
economical administration of Ita.
43 YOUNG BLDU7
lion In question. Tho article docs At
torney Straus an Injustice for he had
no connection with tho affair. Sir. P.
E. It. Strauch Is tho man who is at
tempting to oust Sloon Kee, the Chi.
neso who has been In possession of
tho property. Sir. Hogan Is P. E. It.
C. F. PETERSON,
Attorney for Sloon Kee.
cano wore tho following: Sllss Elslo, Other Improvements nro also being
Sliss H. Gregson, president of tho Young
SIUi .Men's Republican Club of Kallua, Is In
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by theUulletln.Pub
Dockland, Sllss Hazel Ilucklaud,
Vivian Buckland, SIIes I'nclis,
Ralbelt, Sir. und Sirs. Seveianco and
Dr. and Sirs. Allen.
Sllss Daisy Todd, of Kona, is a new
omployeo of tho Hllo Telcphono of
fice. lix-Slierlff Scarlo goes to Honolulu
A. II. Loebensteln Is In Kan.
The ci lb which Gov. Geo, It. Carter
was cradled In Is ln Hllo, Ilrughclll
wants to buy It but It .Is not for sale.
When Geo. Carter'a father wus made
town during politics for his club.
Tho Ilawallans of Watakea have
novel way of playing at tug-of-war.
Thoy use the rai'road' bridge at Wal
al ea, tho ties answering for cleats.
EMUKRT SI. DROWN.
Hans Krledel of Walluku was enlist
cd at U10 local Naval Station today
ts seaman's apprentice. Ho Is on);
17 years of ago and will eventually be
(Continued from Page 1.)
failure and weak kidneys, while a Jap
anese physician,. Dr Suga, said that
these organs were diseased but by no
means dangerously so. The result was
that tho claim arosq that the white
doctors wero actuated in giving their
ileclslon by tho plantation Interests,
and that tho Japaneso and others wero
far from satisfied with tho Investiga
The new Investigation will probably
be much towards throwing light on
this subject, and tho result thereof
should, whatever It may bo. bo accept
ed ns conclusive owing to the cir
cumstances under which It will beheld.
Who purchased BARGAINS
during our - - - - -
We are still selling at
Which will prove satisfactory
to you all - - -
All new and up to date goods
Prices and quality speak for
McCall pattern given with ma
terial purchased, to make
up " s s a
In Progres at
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
1137 Fort Street
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