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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. Hi SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, ltOI.
H " Absolute Comfort " 3
E Ladies' "Prince Albert" Comfort" Siioe3
EH w 3
Price jjr $a.00
Soft Flexible Sole, Para Rubber Heel, Elastic Sides, ;3
5; Easy Wearing, Easily Fitted. Easily Removed SX
g t Mclnerny Shoe Store ig
C FORT STREET JSJ
JlUUUUUiiUUiUi til UlUiUliiliUUlillK
Gluten is the life of
flour. Holly Flour
contains more gluten
than any other flour.'
ALL GROCERS or
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HOW 1HE MONdOLU
Captain Porter Tells
How Liner Was
Captain Porter, of the Mongolia,
when nsked about llio conduct of the
Japanese training Bhlp Ancgawa at
Midway and her leaving the passenger
steamer to her fate, declines to say any
thing. Ho says that ho li In a position
which precludes his making any re
marks which might be derogatory to
the Japanese, and nsks that ho be ex
cused from sayeag an) thing on the sub
ject. ll docs nay, however, that the Jap
anese vessel did not render any as
sistance and that she wcut oft and lelt
the Mongolia on the reef. Ho also
states that be offered to supply the
Anegawa with coal so that she could
Concerning the manner In which
tho Mongolia ran ashore and the way
In which she was Moated, Captain Por
ter makes an Interesting statement.
"We made Midway light." he said, at
6:50 Saturday evening. The ship was
stopped and blue lights sent up. They
were answered by Hashes fiom tb
thoro us If a boat were coming off. We
were going slow, but couldn't seo thj
reef. The vessel went aground nt
10.27. At once we tried to back, but
1 found that the vessel was muklns
water In number 3 hold. I ordered the
cargo carried from forward nft, In
hope of lightening her by the bow suf
ficiently so that she would come off, but
this did not have Hie desired result.
No cargo was ncttlsoned until the next
day, when wo threw over about tOU
AT THE DINNER TABLE J
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
It always glvts best of satisfaction.
" Its flavor Is sweater and hat richer
cream tnan alf otherfariat. ' .i. ' "'
If you desire good table butter at all
timet, tell your friends to atk for '
Remember the name when you order
It. You stand no chance of disappoint
ment. C. 0 Yee Hop & Company.
TEL. MAIN 251.
It't the tame old ttory with oil lamps. Constant at
tention; smoking the chimney on. minute, out of oil a few
minutes later. Always needing new globes, filling and clean
lng? There It no light for the house or office to convenltnt at
None of the disagreeable features above spoken of but
always ready for ute with a toft, steady light.
A valuable addition to the modern house,
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD..
'PHONE MAIN 390.
SUGAR, 4 cuts
LONDON BEETS, 9s, 8 14.
ThrtrtH I Williamson
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER8.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. 912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, Sept. 29, 'l906
If AMB OF STOCK Pill U e
C Btaw St Co i.o ia 4
Iwt Puliation C .... .. a. i( i- '
Hawaiian AftkINr J Co !..ooo ,
MawCrafcSufarC., .n.!S 100 "
Hawaiian Sum Co .- fco.iio .1 Jl J i i!
onoau Sut.l Co o, loo '
Hotiokaa busy Co .jko.ooo m
Holla Strar Co . lgo US
Kaauku piuutlon Co- p
KIMI Plantatltti Co ltd ...oo , 9 '
.Ip.kuMSuf.f Cn .,, ,oc ia
X.IM Sliil Co . . lot .'!
McNtyoaSiiiwCo .. H Ml i-4
Oahu Sural (,o - ). ta.il!- '
OaoMO Sut.r Co l.o."c H 41
Oakaia Soiir PUat Co . oo I 4
8laa Su(f Co Ltd ..-. J" w 1
lowala Co -,.... iw '
Pacllc Sosai Mill o,ooa ,M
Pal PlaaSMIofiCo .... . loo Ko
PrpMbao Sana. Co .. oWx loo
PtotMaMlllCi.- ..So.ox , )'
Waialua Ar.ifcuhui.1 Co 4.on. mo til, I) .4
Walluku Sucar Co .... 9ooai too ...
Walluku Suiar Co Sti ( Sti-i
Walmanalo SuaarUo a.,oae 101 I
Walana Mill Go -i. .... 1; I li
MISCELLANEOUS T I
our-ldaot Su.ia N Co so.oar 100 ii ijii
Hawaiian El.cuk Co tao, 100 115
HooRTkLCoPM.... tOJoo -.
H00 R T tt L Co Com l,i4.oo loo 61
Muluat Ttl.akono Co M ifo.ouo it 1 1 4
Oaba HAL CoMWH.. 4.o.oot lot o
HllO B.MtoU CO I.OOO.OOO M
Hon. B. t M. Ilo -u .... 1; 1.4 o
HawT.r 4tr l-lr.CI .... too
KiTpt ... no
Haw Tttl'l .lip. c... . ,. 10,
Haw Goy f t .. tin
Cftll.!iJlCo.otc .. ton 4
HaOmSufatCo Ooc . ... ion 1
Raw Com Sot Co i H ... 104
awSueat Coooc... ... loi
alioRRCoCoajc ..-... ... 1
HTtlClpc . ... 10
Kakiika Plant Co o p c i - ... iwi
OalMRkLCoc - --. ... luj
Olaa Suiof Co 6 p c... ...
loiiMf Mill Co t c - t4
Waialua Attic Co a p t- .... ))
McbtyJt .- . .. ...I it o
Sales lletw cell Boards: 42 O.iliu
Ry. Co , c $90; 8 Onhu Hy Co , &0; Cud
Ookala. )0..5; .7G Kwa, $.HM; I11O r.'.vn
ev. dlv $20.50; CO Onhu, $118; Do Ooku.
la, $9. Keisloii: S Mcllr)df. $S.2S; U)
QMcIlryde, $G; 10 Waialua, $C9; 5 Ooka
'Dividends Haw. Com., CRc; Ono
ineii, C0c; Pnauhau, 15c.; It. T. ft U
I Co., Vi per cent; Kwa, 1 per cent; lint-
kii, i',i per ceni; ram, 1 per crm;
Ilrewer ft Co., 2 per cent; Hone en 1
per cent; llonomu, IV. per cent; Wnl-
nmnalo, 2 per cent; Walluku, 2 per
cent; Haw. Illectrlc, jmt cent; Olo-
main, 1 per cent; Hrewery, 1 per cent;
l.-l. 8. N. Co., i per cent.
Latest sugar quotation, 4 cents, or
W0. a ton.
are greatly benefited by
drinking with their
" strengthens nS
' nourishes the tytttm and
MAKE8 FOOD FOR THE BABY.
Doctors Recommend Itl
cold, and sliced to thin you can see 'through It, Is on sale at
our counter every day. For a quick and appetizing lunch It
Is unequaled. You may have a pound'or a whole ham;
choice It with you.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
HONE MAIN 45.
."When dallKht came, I ran out a
big bow anchoi with 140 fathonib of
7-Inch steel wire and put on a heavy
strain. On Tuesday iiiuinliig a hcuvy
ewoll came In uud the wiie parted, t
had three atienois out orr tho stern
all the tln.e. When the wlic broke I
got out vjother, and also u heavy Ma
nila rope. Thoue held luntll Thursday.
On Friday I was taking a big bow
anchor off between two boats, cata
maran style. In heaving In the hawser
bo us to recoil and sliaiklu to mo bow
anchor, tho bight of the hawser 'fco'l
caught under a hhelvlug Mere or coral.
I put a heavy htrulu 011 that Willi lurt
uud luff. Then I worked mo port cu
Packed v In the' Orchard whtrs grown
FROM NAPA VALLEY CALIFORNIA
Tl ' In heavy syrup; PEACHES,
fcluo full astern until the stern hwiiiik
In the lead of the hawser, I look an
other pull on tho steel, wire huwscr and
liiudfl fast ttolld to tlu mooring bits all.
Then I went forward, stepped the port
euglno and put lull speed asieru oil uiu
starboard engine. When the ship's
head came around to tho same point
that she went ashore on, I throw her
wide opeu full speed astern both en
gines, and at 8:20 u. in. sha came on,
drugging her bow chains.
"Tbat'H the way we got off." said Cap
tain Porter, "and mighty glad I urn to
be here. I wouldn't tare to go through
Iho samo experience again for more
millions than the Mongolia Is worth.
"I can't say enough in pralso of the
Chinese sailors on the Mongolia. Tiny
worked night and day. And all of tlti
officers have done splendid work.
"Captain Klltgurrd was aboard.- He
stayed by mo und was of tho greatest
assistance. He Is a bright fellow and
a. splendid man."
ill AND LOW
Y. 8UGA SHOTEN,
Wholwaiule and Retail Liquor Dealer,
Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KING STREETS.
POSTOFFICE BOX 866. TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
PEARS, APRICOTS, PLUMS.
Vegetables; Asparagus, Asparagus
Tips, Psas,i String Beans, Tomatoes,
Lima Beans, Artichokes, Spinach,
Mushrooms, 'Brussels Sprouts, Stsw
ed Mushrooms, Cepes In Oil.
Lewis & Company,
169 KING 8TREET.
THE BULLETIN, 75c per month
Hllo. Hawaii. Scut. 28. Tho re
sult of the Republican nominating con
vention committee meeting noid yes
terday Is as follows: '
BenutoiB J. 1). ,owIb, IC. P. I.ow.
Kcpresentatlvcs First District:
J. li. K. Kalwr, 0. I AffoiiHo, Chau.
Aliau, J. W. Manuela.
Sheriff J. K. Nahalo.
Treasurer 8am Kauhune.
Attorney W. 8. Wise.
Clerk Ham Pirn.
No nomination was mado for Audi
tor, the Intention being to support
Chas. Magulre, tho Democratic candi
date. Supervisors J. I). Sup-, 8. L. Do
sha. J. T. Molr. A. Fernandez, O. II.
Pulaa, J. A. Magulre.
No nomination wan mado from Kan
iho district being satisfied with O. T.
Shlpman, tho Democratic nominee.
THINQS WE HAVE IN
Flower pots In all 'sizes,!
saucers, etc., 'forlthe fernery
made of durable terra cotta
Chimneys In. plain and or
namental pattemt. They
makt the house look very at
tractive. 8ewer-plpe and wattr mains.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING ST.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin 'gives a complete-sumraarv of
Us newt of the day.-. For SI year,
Hunting for a Buyer for anything
whatever It a pretty hard talk If
you have to do It In perton; and a
pretty easy one If you do It with a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Tho Hough Riders have arrived.
Scissors, saws, sharpened. Webb's.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
Best cup of corteo lu'the city. New
Phono Main 147 when you want your
clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired.
An affidavit is sworn to giving tne
teal explanation of Two Kinds on page
A montter semi-annual sjle of under
wear Is now on at Whitney & Marsh's
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 124.1
Fort street. .
When you want good butter nsk Yen
Hop ft Co. for Sweet Violet butler. Tel
ephone Main 151.
First showing of Fall millinery on
.Monday morning nt Knclis Dry (loods
Co. Uidles are cordially Invited.
Why not dress economically and
well? You can get good suits from the
(Hobo Clothing Co. for $i.50 up to
You will enjoy your meals these hot
da- If you have a cold dckert. Order
It from tho Palm. They will have what
Ilartlett water bears a reputation a
a healer of fleshly Ills unsurpassed by
any other mineral water. For sale by
Lovcjoy ft Co.
Mr. It. Counter has many beautiful
engagement rings sparkling with pur
ity and prices as low as perfect gems
can be said or.
Wulklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Ilcrgln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendanco absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Tho photographic reference book cov
ers the whole rnngo of everyday pho
tography. .Something new. I'rlco iCc.
nt Honolulu Pboto-Supnly Co.
I-ord ft Ilclscr, general contractors,
South and Kawalahao streets, can fur
nish J oil with crushed rock and black
und white sand In any quantity.
("Arabic" applied to Iron roofs re
duces temperature as nu'ch as 35 de--l
grees. This has bocu ascertained by
actual teat California Feed Co
agents. The type bar of the Monarch Visible
typewriter hits the right thing lu the
right placo und keeps on doing It. This
typewriter Is for sale by Wall, Nichols
I-ulles are cordially Invited to sea
(luge's fall inttern lints, on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday nt Sacba Dry
Have your new stilt mado to order
Irom handsome lino of woollens, shown
hy W. W. Ahana ft, Co. Lato stlcs.
first class tailoring and good fit guaranteed.
Crane ft Spemer have opened a sew
ing machine store nt 108 N, King street.
They buy, sell, exchange and repair
tewing machine and parti." Telephone
The Catholic Church of Our Lady of
the Mount. Kalolanl (KaJlhlUka) In
charts of Hv.Fathcr Clftntut.'v To
niorrow, SeptemWr 40, ,11 (4. m.. mass,
sermon, collection. Sunday school.
Portraits of candidates reproduced
Ic halftone on short notice; also do-
signing, engraving and printing of nil
descriptions. Paradlso of tbo Pacific,
i MIsa Power ,hus Juit teceived her
stock of fall millinery and Invites the
ladles to tho opening. Monday, October
1st and following days. Millinery Par
lors, Boston building. Fort street.
Tho regul-r mtin of the Woman t
flulld and Auxiliary of il. .n'r"w'
Cathedral will be held at the teiluenro
of Cauon Mackintosh, Nuiianu valley,
on Monday afternoon, October lit, at
The Catholic Church of Bt. John tho
Buptlst, Kallhlwaena. in chnign or
Ilev. Father Clement. Tomorrow, Sep
tember 30th, b;30 u. ui., high mass, ser
mon, collectlonSunday school. 4 p. tn
Itemoniber a, delicious dinner at the
popular price of oue dollar I served
overy oveniug ou me great, semi-cir-rular
lanal of the Seaside Hotel. Best
value for the money mid coolest place
lu town to dine.
A third edition pamphlet of Clencinl
Postal Information tor tho public, re
vised To September 1st, 1906, lias been
Issued' by Iho PostolTtco Department,
copies of which can be obtained on ap
plication at the postoltlce.
After concluding to Introduce a new
moderuto priced cigar In this market
the buyer for Fltzpatrlck Bros. Cigar
More selected the Hough Rider an the
one superior to all others offered. Try
It. You will Hud It Is an Al smoke.
Christian Church, corner Alukea and
King streets Junior C. K., 9 a. in.;
Senior C. K., U:30 p. in.; Blblo school,
9:45 a. ui.: preaching It n. lu. und 7:3C
p. m. Morning: "How Glorify Ood?'
livening: Queries and Answers; Pleuse
Defend Cod. You urtt corfdlully Invll
ed lo any uud till torvlcos, (1, D. Ud
First M. IS. Church located corner
Boretaula aud Miller streets. Johu W.
Wadman pastor. Tomorrow services
us follows: 10 a. ui., Sunday school;
11 a. iu., public worship. Pastor
preaches, subject: "Peter tho Fisher
man." G;30 Kpworth League for Young
Peoplo and their friends. 7:30, public
worship. Pustor preaches on "Tho Oue
Saving Nume." AH are cordially In
Miss Josephine. C. Locke will give
tho following lectures at the Normal
School: Monday, October 8 "Athens,
the City of Pallas." Monday, October
15 "Home, tho Internal, Home of Im
perial Caesar." Monday, October 22
"Florence, Most Fumous and Most
Beautiful Daughter of Homo." Mon
day, October 29. "Venice, the Proud
CJucpn of tho Adriatic." Monday, No
vember B "(lothlc Architecture of
The BU8INE88 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull,
tl.i and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoiete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for ttndtra, judg
ments, bulldlna otrmlU and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
The lady who found gat more ex
pentlve than wood or coal at' a fuel
mutt have turned the tap and used
the gat for drying clothes in the
kitchen on a wet day. For cooking
purposes there It no omparlton. Gas
It the cheapest.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Then come here for the rintj.
We have many beautiful engage
ment rings sparkling with pur
ity and price are as low as per
fect jews can be sold for.
M. R. Counter.Forl St.
We ire alwaya In the lead for Pure
Sodj Water of the Cett Quality.
New management; latest methods.
Prompt attention to orders and quick
delivery. Everything manufactured
under practical supervision.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
" r,',""TTlcLK6nc,lVlk!In7,I "'
D. LEITHIAD .. ;... MANAUfc.H "A
- ' ! i .
m One Kind jj
3Kk Of Beer i the
SI best kind i
hjXH That is .,!
Ladies' White SilK
In J 6 20 and 24 Button Lengths
Direct from the Manufacturers
c AT o
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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