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EVENING DJU ITIN, 'HONOLULU. T. II. Tltt'IiSDAY. TRH. 13, 190S.
The Hasiasi Sftnoe is constantly
making conversions from the old belief that
a shoe must be made io order to fit properly
DO YOU KNOW
what lager Sccr really contains T You SHOULD know, if you
don't. Most people have peculiar ideas about it. Lager Beer con
tains: v (1) Plenty of well -boiled water: that makes it a safe drink.
(2) Carbonic acid gas; that makes it a lively drink.
(3) less than 3" of alcohol; that makes it a stimulating
and refreshing drink, but not an intoxicant.
(4) Malt extract in solution; that makes for nourishment.
(5) A little hop extract; that gives it a tonic effect.
(G) Nolhing injurious; that's all.
So there's no reason why you shouldn't drink
Hudnut's Toilet Articles
OLIVE OIL SOAP (a very fins scap)
SUPER3A (violet) FACE POWDER, TALCUM POWDER,
A FULL LINE OF HUMHUI'S PERFUMES.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
1G0 KING STREET.
OPEN WITH A
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
I ' '
, ! ,. w,T" ' I1 '. " J' !"' ' ' ' ' IF ' il I .
j Cooked In any styie I
and well served ij
I! Lunch, I
Crnfiu'c 25c Royal Annex,
jCOUy S Merchant St. 1
iUUWA I II 1PSggra'HBttlll MMHWTV
f.m;m. OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
honesl tale speeds
being plainly told."
BIG STOCK OF
We have the best there is. It is
better-kept than tiny other, is more
lender, and has more good qualities.
Our business is providing families
with the best.
of Ties, Belts
Bath Robes Just In
'Unotio Lnftniinnivinn' Mmifo I
iioaio uiiliuui ajiiiiK ncwo
.On Pearl Harbor
t llic meeting of Uio Honolulu
Chamber of Commoico which vu.i
held nt Its rooniR In llio Stnngonwald
building ji'Slenlnj afternoon, a reso
lution icuuchtlng the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Co. to piolilo bet
ti'i and iiiuii nileriuati' ncciimnioil.i
I Inns f'n ruli;ht was iinntiltnoiisly
n.loptol K I HialilltiK, tho Introdui
T slntcd that when tho BtcaniBhlm
Neiaitan and Tcmii on hero .lmiil -
tnti(-(iii8l on their recent trip, their I
irelsnl van (lumped In tho ware
houses In cimfiiHlon The frofcht In
ihr Ocamle cotniiaiij '. wh.irf s
imith datiiagoil. This was ulho Hi"
enso with tlio freight on tho wharf o, ,
the Amerlraii-llawnllnn wharf. The
iiuiiiiiuriaiiii oi tiie ireicni to tip'
lornl llrnia was so slow fiat It ititon
onli need tho community It was suv,
eestcil that the freight ho stored In
such n manner that It could ho hnulH
tin from tho wharf within fortj
elRht hours after landing. This wat
ttronsly (dijeelcd to hy .Mr I-foun
haucr of tho firm of Hnckfeld (L Co.
II, P. DlllliiKhum sal. I that ho linen
of a cettaln occasion whero tho
frulght was left and accumulated on
thu O It. & U Co, wharf for thioe
weths. Hu wild that thu Oahu Hall
way & Land Co. would eiect iiinr.
t-apaclous warehouse If pioper comll
tlons wero offered.
The rpiestloH of I'enil Harbor, which
was reported as having failed to get
the support or the Naval ComniltU
was encouraglnnl reported on h lit
ters fiom tho Dclegnto received dur
lug th i past three wieks. Letters co
ering the I'enrl Harbor Improvements
were also received from many prom
Incut people nt Washington It vj.
stated In the lettcm that I'reuhleiU
Hotiheelt was urging Congress that
Immediate steps should lie taken for
iho fortifications of I'enrl Harbor Sec
retary Wood or tho Promotion Com
mittee wrote that ItcproEontatlve
Smith of Southern California and Hon
M. L. Ward of the San Diego Cham
ber of Commerce and ho called on
President Hoost-volt at tho Whlto
House to discuss the ueliuiu ol tin
San Ulego and the I'cail Harbor Im
piovumeuts anil fortifications. Presi
dent Jtoosevelt assured them Hint he
would do Ills best to look nftei the '
I'enrl Harbor Improvements first, bo
foro tho Snu Diego affairs woru tiil.uii
President Morgan reported that the
Pearl Harbor borings were going on lu
good rhnpo. Ho repotted Hint the bor
Ing3 between Slimk Pen Point ni I
Wnlplo Point, lu thu lmur linrbu. ,
have been completed.
Entertainment of Fleet.
In icfereuco to tho coming of the
licet P. L. Wnldrou, who had seen
Gov ci nor Troar, suggested that th"
lolloulng gentlemen act as a commit
leo on i:ntert.ilinitut .Inire.i I . Mo:
Ban, J. P. Cooko, V M. Swatuj , K I).
Tennoy. Ii I! Hpaldlng, C M Cooke.
II. 1 Dillingham, U T. Peck. W. Pfie
tinhauer und S. M. Damon.
Wu Ting Fan
Pi eslilent Morgan t.lalcd that ho
would ask tho Hon. Wu Ting Kan, tho
Chinese Mlnlutc: to Washl'igtou, who
Is due to arrlvo horu on the 21st Inst,
on the liner Siberia to tpeat; to tho
Chainbei of Ccmm'Te Thli., how
ever, will not bo pobglhlo If tl.o Slbeila
arrives hero on the 2.'nil, Wuhhlug
tou'B hi ihilaj.
K. I. Spalding btiggestcd that r. lev
(lino cutler bo statlouul hem. Tiia
Mnrulug. ho said, might not ho ord
ered to i (.turn hero. In that event, uu
other boat should be bcrtireit. Pi est
dent Morgan sfitod Hint ho would
seo Collector K. It. Stnckablo about It.
II. V. Dillingham ptoscnted u rocolu
Hon, exinesslng tho endortoment of
Iho Chamber of the schemo to In
create tho pay of tho officers und men
of tho Aimy and Nuvj. A bill to that
effect Is now before Congress, The
rfoliitlnu was ndoptcd.
Hefoio tho adjournment C. P. Mom
und James I). Uolo weio elected mom
STARTED IN KONA
Tho tobnceo-rulslng induhtry
tho Terrltoiy upiieais Io bo u pin-
ductlvo one, and u company, having
n capital of sno.000, with a vluvv
Io growing tobacco In Central Komi,
is In pioccss of formation.
i ... .1 ..., .i ...Ml .,... i.i. il, ........
T V7.V, . 7. V . 7, 0 "If'1'1 ll1" '"" "ll" hMa ro' '. Honolulu having been filed by said
c and C 11. Hlncovv, who has been u.inacadaniUed loul. . .. ,,, " . ,, T ,,
tuctessful tobacco-Kiower In Hawaii Chief Tliiimtun rcpo.leil Unvlngif; ' "u V80t " , " "" "a,oar
Is tho piomoter of tho cnterpiiRe.
.lined a Smith, -pedal agent liil ,'"'"' "." ! tho month
rhatgo of the Hawaii Uxpe.linentul l"',."",:. 't-Tl'u ot, 'v'
Btatlan. will ho tho manager of thol"' ' J'' , Vf
ucu was iiivtiiu u) insuiaiiio roi
now coniern. J&1.900.
Vlu3u seen ycstoiday, Mr. Smith
"Tho plantation will ho located at
Kcokea, icutinl Komi, and wo ex
pcqt to comiucnco operations this
bummer Wo huvu 21C ncros of land
leased fiom tho Bishop Citato. Tho
culturo of tobacco In tho Territory
has advanced beyond the experlmnul
txl stago mid I think that tho Indus
tiy has ii gicat futmo hcie and that
home-grown tobacco will hefoio very
long he a most Impoitant Item in tho '
commcrcu uf tho Iblauds,
185 editorial rooms UIG bucl'
nets offlcs. These are the new teb
cplior.c numbers of the Bulletin office.
KQKQLULU STOCK EXIHAR6E
HONOLULU. Feb. 13. 1908
NAMfc OF STOCK
Brewer & Co....
l i r'antrllonCrt .,
tl.illn Artk- Co
' l VI
ll I-, I, ,.,
MnwfliUu Sumr Co.,
o l-, I.
Iffiiiomu sugar to . .
I lotto' a Stit;r Co .
HiiiktiStitrnr Co ...
K'nhuVit rinntntlnii Col
kilKi l'-ntnt AtCM UJ
Kimiii. nui(nr i.v
Kolon?uir Co ..
(HIiu Sutrar L'o...,
flnnme Si irir C!o
t .rw VW
I ) 4 11 1 4
(ktkolnStiK-u Plant Crol
O't sunr Lu 1.111
Olownlu C"n . . . . . .
fabliau SuRir PWnt Co
I'iWiin. sue ir.Miii...
IVtfta i'lantntloit Cn .,
rpl.ik?n Sticr Co..
Pioneer Milt Cn
Waia'i a Airrlc Cn.,.,
W 'liltu SiiH Co,,
U 1 Imjtmtd SitcHr Cf
a 7 wvw
4 -o "
Unimui StiLAr MUI Co
Ulvi'l I f (Nl.niK
1 thtii-hUiid Stfim N Co
Hon kt& l.Co Prel
Vlutuil 1 eTrliliwic Co
p1'" K J-Cn
HUH Ifl 4 ii c. .
llH'i TirU lie,
lUvv Ter 4S I1 c,
Haw Clo't t lie.
C. Heel hug ,M Kel Cn
iMkli URHr CnO c
Hum Illlcli Co . -
Ilk l.'nmfc ut:CosiC
lliw Sueur Cod 11 c...
lliloK UCu Cmi 6 pel
IIOII l 1 L. L.O bIC
KdHUKil iMim tn o pc
MihuK&I. Co 6 pc".
O iliu MiKar Co j ii c . ,
u'aa Miar Cofijic....
V in l-l-ii imion Co ....
j'lGiii-er .Mill Co 6 nc
a alua jtrkCo , pc
Sales Ilctwecn lloaids 12 I. I. S.
N Co., $118; 10 Haw C k S. Co., J8ii;
in i:wa, $24.50.
Latest sugar quotation 3.73 cents or
574.60 per ton .
IdNllDN BEETS - Ps II I4di",m, uml for whom Mr K"'R,,n
Lunuuti dcl(o, as ii i hu llaK ,n tll0 Ia8t two Jcnra tlaveIed A
SUGAR, - - 3,70
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co.,
Slock and Bond Dcpaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Matucer.
POUT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE .
IThose Who Backed It Will
Not Fight Losing
l'lie gurbige schemo died n nat
ural death fiom Inanition nt too
meeting of the l)o.ii it of Supervisors
labt evening A'i was piedlcted by
the II u I I o t I n . the triumpliunt
inajoilty of the previous meeting had
hy tho change of baso of Archer be
come u uilnoilt), and as furthciiuoro
Cox was not presont, only Fern aniT
Harvey wcro lert to tight the battle
for tho population of the gnrhagu
1 1 out tho road department, mid they
wUply haw the futility of lighting
against overwhelming odds.
When the Chair called "unllnlshed
business," under which hoad the
matter would have to bo taken up,
thcio was nh"oluto silence. II undue
Indicated to l'ein Hint then was his
time. If ho had an thing to say, tint
Icm merel.v shook his head, und the
A request wns road from the I'loral
Parado CoinmltteO asking that thu
1'lre Department bo allowed to p.u-
tlclpato. It was doclded that It could
la I1"''' " "' """o manner as In
tho Wild West parado.
Residents of Kiipuhilu asked that
something bo done for their toads.
' Mr Chairman and gentlemen of tho
I .uaid of Supei visors," said Col. Wol-
ters. Willi llpilllfil the nntlHrmnrs
in;.tii0ro Iuih not been u slono turne.; '
or glue-huBli cut sluco tho (lovein
inont got the toads."
Tho Hawaiian Plnoannlo Co. cniii.
plained of the roughness of Ivvlbd
road and Jot.e J Dlus complained of
tho dnlnv In tinttlllE? elnrtiln Hrflilu
: . "
Liiriieii iniL wmi nm i icii irinumi m
Cuttem (the tailor): I havo called
to mo why jou havou't paid tiny at
tentlou to in) lepeated duns."
Slopaj : Sllento Is golden, jou
Cuttem Well, In this case It seems
more llko hi ass.
HARD TO CATCH UP WITH
Tommy: Pa, what does It mean by
' monoy on call"?
I'.i; I don't know exactly, my son,
but with mo It Is nlvvii)s a long-tils-tamo
Ask for the kind of employe you
want, for he's to be had, and he
reads Bulletin Want Ads.
Auto at hack-fare. Tel. 405.
Kent franklin cars. StlQdfl. Sthl.'
New Hues of klmoiian, wrappers, and
lwiiine.ilipsanR nl lllom's '
Dr and Mru Dlnegar will return to
Maul tomonow 011 the Manna l.oa.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Take your canlago or aulomobllo
to Hawaiian Cmrlago Mnnfj. Co.. for
up to-dato repairs.
Senator (1. C. Hewitt of Hawaii re
turns to Ills home tonmriow on the
litoamcr Manna I.n.i. which sails nt
Coat our Iron roofn with "Ainhlc"
You -.I'll I bo Eurpilsed nt Its cu'iHni;
and prehcrvallvi tuopcitles. CulUoinbi
KopiI Co agents
Tho Whlto Panrlly notary (lock nm1
chain stitch) Is the best sewing ma
chine in the world. Denny & Co . Ltd .
agents, 12fifi, Port stieet Phono 4SS.
Pace and scalp tieatnient, mani
curing, vlhrntnr tit atmeiits can be
had nt Room C, the oung Hotel, 2ml
tloor, lit Mill A. do Larllgue's hah
dressing parlors.' Telephone 3."0
Ml W Ett
i nr t 1
H. C. M'Kinley Being.g
Taken Back To
On board the Japanese liner Amcr-
lea Mum, which arrived hero shortly'
nfter noon today, Is United States
Marshal J. V. KerrlRan, with ono of
the most Important pilMincrs that
has piibbcd throuRh here in homo
distance of n little over 27,000 miles.
Tho man over whom hu has custody
in ii. u. .ui-iviiucy, who was inipucai
...1 I.. i. rt.... 1 ..i m '
and he Is reputed to have illccally
cleared several hundred thousand dol
Inra through his operations In tliei
tiiuber lands of Otcgon.
This Is the second trip that Mr
KcnlRnu has made nfter McKlnle),
A .ad 1'ils time he aumht him ut Tim
Tbln, China. On the formor trip Mc
Klnley eaenped the authorities be-'
tore KenlRiin arrived. 11. C Mc-I
1-Jlnley is n distant relative of tho
famous President of tho United States i
of tho fciimo name, but, froti appear
rnccs, ho has not any of his noble
ainesake's notable qualities. Ho Is
a good-looking man and 1: nn excel-!
This Is the last through trip of tlio
will ho taken hy the splendid new
I liner Tcno Main, and tho America
1 will ho i hanged to mi oll-biirnor and
put on another run. She sails foi
San rrnnilkcii this evening at
As n fool-killer wood alcohol Is
v.i nlicad of the automobile The
loinio. tal.es the fool ovcrj tlnw.
vhlle the automoUlo not lufreiiuent-l
iv taKca uoaicboly else
MEW - TO-DAV1
Tho funeral of the late Mrs Jam -s
I). Primer will talto place ut '1 UU
o'clock tomouovv (Friday) afternoon
from Central Union Chinch.
Vi lends il ml iicqu.ilntiiuies are i dr
ill illy Invited to attend.
luteiment in Nuunnu Ccmotuiy.
in thi: ciucuit court of tiii:
First Cltcult, Teirltorj of Hawaii.
At Chambeia; lu Piobalo. In ho
Matter of the Ustato of Anna (lieeu,
IJtiensid. Ordm for Notice of Iloar
Ing Petition for Probato of Will.
document purporting to be the labt
will and testament of Anna Green,
late of Honolulu, deceased, having on
ithu nth iln of rcbiuury, A. I)
IIIS. llce !' tinted to said Piobalo
Court, and n petition for tho prob'ito
theieof, and fin tho issuance of let-
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'''" iii"i'"n '" " .".-v. "
- "" -"v - -"
. MmC. A i). 10 13. nt 9 o clock n. w.
8'1, '" ,' , "!" IO,"?! '
l!'"" ' "' llonol"ll1, , bon,1, ,,,, """
)i.roby s appo nted tho tlmo am
, . , , , ,,, ,
I ,,l,, i. fi.i i.rriv lit.r u ltd will n ml ii,,... -
plain fm proving said will and hom
ing said application. It Is further i
ordeied that notice thereof be given,
by publli-Htlon, onco n week foi tin oo
- smvesalvo weeks. In tho Kveuiug
Bulletin, a newspaper published In
Honolulu, tho last publication to ho
not less than ton da)s picvlous to
the time therein appointed for hear
ing. Dated nt Honolulu. II. T, Feb. IS,
ALHXANUF.U LINDSAY, Jit.,
Sud Judge of tho Ciicult Couit of
the First Ciicult.
Attest: -JOHN MAUCALLINO,
UUSi I'ell. 12, SO, 27; Mm', f..
ew Spring Styles
!oy;5m:v rem:Hzg wtnRmFBKzx
For Bii&utosf3 or Outing Wear.
Iook will, last well, weav well.
We KNO W tliat, somewhere in
our Ms; 1 ine of Spring Trousers,
tliere is fcke pair that will just
suit j'ou. Our stock has been
soleoted wiih respect to qual
ity, Good ' s7aste and wear. Good
dressers will appreciate them.
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
l 4 J SN 41 4?. 3 4TS 4C 4fl N 47 4f P 41V S
Beet -drinking is
n Rift. Di'nk
T A TTWTT1
rS5bfi' rfi3hi cSfti p5q 'HI rML nQ
and have no bad effects. Get it at
the bar or from
, VWisViSvi :
Bawaiian Iron Fence
' "EXT TO VPUNG Bl.DCU a 190 ICI
!. JWctMj ij?.
imilknHtftia,r-A"Jii ; T
Wc arc referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Ltt us fit it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put cu by
THE P A I N T E RPHONE 420.
LudlH' YViist Pattern
Ortii of McC .It's i put'Ials
E. W. JORDAN
not n habit, but
and Monument Works
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advcitisemcnt.
to make it up .ut
S: CO. Ltd.,Fort St