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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 12, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENINO B'JUITIN. HONOLUHJ.T. II., THUIISDAY, MAIt. 12, 1008.
rnHERE is no bulging
X at the sides or slip-.
ping in the heel of a
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that are
FOR THE GOVERNOR
A Man In a Cage
, was treated with alcohol by the famous 'Professor Atwater, who
found thnt the man got ENERGY from the alcohol.
TEN MILLIONS of working men could have told
him that without being shut uu in a cage. Beer is the natural
drink for the working man, as he needs not only something to
drink, but something with enrgy in it. , The best beer is
Little Priced Goods
WOUDEARFUL BARGAINS FO TWO WEEKS, COMMENCING TO-MORROW-SATURDAY
Ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.75, cut
.. Mo $1.10
"- Ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.50, cut
..Ladies' Shirt-Wnist, $1.25, cut
to .' A . 75c
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 80c, cut
r.t . to 45o
'- Ladies' Shirt Waist, 75c, cnt
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1.25, cut
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1,00, cut
Ladies' Conct Cover, 75c, cut
Ladies' Corset Cover, 40c, cut
Ladies' Corset Cover, 25c, cut
Men's Umbrellas, 75c, cut to 50c; Ladies', $1.25, cut to 60c. Ladies'
Dress Robes, $5, cut to $3.25 a suit. Gingham, 12 l-2c. a yard, now lOo
yard. Brown Cotton, 10c yard, now 13 yards ior $1.00.
A large assortment of
, Laces, Ribbons, etc., Marked Down.
NUUANU BELOvV HOTEL STREET.
Did you ever try them? The most
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after. 4 with every drink.
BUCTOD L1T&IIA WATER
Has a special' value iir the cure of H'i SPEPSIA and all STOMACH
disorders. Invaluable in cases of stone in the bladder and uric
LEWIS & CO., Ltd., Honolulu
Committees Organized to Give Chief
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE P0R
$5.00 an Hpur
' Just call 200 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
(Special to The Hullotln )
Wnlluku, Mnul, March 10. In
rpsjIutiBo to tlio call of Sheriff W. K.
Hnffery nearly sixty of the leading
citizens of ccntrnl Maul were present
tit nn enthusiastic meeting? at the,
Wnlluku court-house last evening to
InnKe preparatntory arrangements for
receiving Governor W. F. Frcar niul
party, who arc expected In Wnlluku
from I'lupalnkun next Saturday aft
ernoon. The Governor Is nt Keanao
today. Sheriff Saffery was mad'o
chairman of the meeting nnd D. 11.
Caso secretary. It was agreed to
hold n reception nnd ball nt the Wnl
luku armory on or about Saturday
afternoon. Refreshments will be
tcrved. A trip to lao will be ar
ranged for next Monday, for It Is ex
pected tho Governor will go from
hero to I.nlmlna via Knhnkuloa next
Tho committees nrc as follows1
Reception A. N. Kcpolknl, V. B.
Saffery, J. h. Coke, F. P. llaldwln, S.
B. Knlue, W. J. Coclho, D. 11. Case,
J. .V. S. Williams, It. II. Ulnegnr, W,
B. Hal, W. A. McKay, II. A. Wads
worth, II. M. Coke, D. II. Davis J. N'.
U. Keola and A. do Itego.
Refreshment and Bntertnlnmcnt
B. II. Hnrt, 1 Cockctt, T. 1). Lyons,
J. K. Knhookclo, C. K. Copeland, M.
1'. Wnlwnlolo nnd Itov. W. Aiilt.
Il.ill S. Kclllnol, P. A. Mnylleld,
J. II. Itnymond, J. P. Welch, IJ. II.
Rogers, Geo. Weight nnd C. M. W.
Literary and Music Mrs. A. N.
Kcpolknl, Mrs. T. II. Lyons, Mrs. W
II. Field, Mrs. W. A. McKay, Mrs. S.
Kclllnol, Mrs. II. 11. 1'cnhnllow and
Miss L. K. Hart.
Finance C. D. Lufkln, L. M.
Ilnldwln, II. II. Ponhnllow, C. L. Koo
Koo, I). C. Lindsay, a. L. Kecney nnd
Decoration P. Sommcrfeld, Chas.
Wilcox, W. P. Knno, Mrs. V. T. Itoli
Inson, Mrs. W. B. Hal, Mrs. W. B.
Saffery and Rev. II. D. Dodge.
Judge A. N. Kcpolknl, 1). If. Caso
nnd J. L. Coko wero appointed n com
mittee of Unco to Induce, tho Hono
lulu lommlttco to nllow some of Ad
miral Bvnns1 Fleet to come to cither
Kahului or Lahnlna.
Tho fow persons present nt tho trial
of tho Honlno pictures nt thu Opera
Hoiieo last night wero highly pleased
and when It was ovor thoy left tho
hall with a belter knowledge of the
way to tiillli! canals.
There Is a lot to be gained by look
ing nt that ono Mm; morn, perhaps
than by watching many of tho others.
Neil only Is the method of digging the
canal shown but tho plan of tho gov
ernment of tho canal zone to rid tho
section of the disease-spreading mo-
Then thero was tho cleaning up
around tho quarters and carrying off
Ihu refuse. Hurton Holmes refened
U It ns tho "Pnuiina Floral I'arado,"
piobab'y becatuo It wna unllko tho
plctuto of a iloral parado that had pre
ceded It. Dancing at I'nnami seems
to bo n l hcrnIon for lliohu with ttmo
on their hands and tho speed of thu
(ir.ncerH Is down to the bottom notch;
tho men nnd women appear ns though
the controller wus working overtime.
Tho Honolulu Floral parudo picture
Is a beauty and every iursou Is read
ily recognized. The section of the
parade nt tho campus nt I'miuhou Is
M'ry beautiful, tho dim having been
colored by Mr. Honlne. It Is n lino
show, this moving picture affair, and
no ono should miss It. Tickets aro on
salo at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.. hut
there aro not many of them untold.
I USE IN uwF
FOR liyiUt TALK
"I ngreo fully with tho Bulle
tin's remarks last night on war
fares," said a prominent business
man this morning. "I don't seo why
It In thnt this town gets In the habit
of putting nn adverse Interpretation
on everything that comes nlong. Tho
war talk certainly doesn't do anyone
r.ny good, nnd Hawaii Is the one
place where It cun do much harm.
Tho situation- Is very different hero
from the mainland. Wo havo nn Ig
norant 'population of a typo with
which tho nmlnlnndcrs da not have
H1R0LULU STOCK EXGHAR6E! 2
ISAMP O STOCr
2 Bf cwer & Cr...M..
Pwn rifttilAtlon Co ....
Haw Com fcSnjtCo ..
I Inn nlian SujfarCo...
Hrniomu Sugar Cn . .
IlotioVan SiiRAr Cn. ..
KutiulfU I'laiilMtlnn (f
klpaiHilu Pucar Co.
Kolon SuKAr Cn ...
Mcnrdebuj;ar Cn ,
Oalm SuftAr Cn.,..,
Ookola Sugar Plant Cn
uiaa sunr Co lAO
OInwalu Co ... ...
P aha it SuRf rUnt Co
tal.i Plantation Co ...
Prprrkm Snrnr Co...
Waialua Agrtc Cn
!'uku Sueai Cn ,,.
Walmta Sueur Mill Co
M IbCK.LLAT' I UUi
Inter Is'and Steam NCo
Hon R T & I, Cn Vrd
Hon RT L Co Com
Mutual Ttlplinnc Co
Nalnkti Hnl.ln-rCo sn
Claim KAc I.Cu.. ..,
lion lift M do-....
IHw Tf ipcW'ireCII
linn ivr 4 C
HawTcr 4K pc
How Tcr i tc
Haw Gov't tie
C Lrtt Siiic A Kel Co
diku Sugar Co 6 ( c
Ham Mich Co.,
L'Mwr l)itch 6a
Hm Com Mi Sue Co J i
tla Sugar Co6pc...
HIInK kCn Coil b pc
Hon RT.V LCotl. c
MiMuiu f.aiu .(i one
Oahu U ft I.C061O..
oajm Si-jrr Co f pc ..
Claa Suuar Co 6 u c .
c Sujc. Mill Co, in
Htiia I'l.tntitloti Co ...
Pioneer Milt Co 6 tic ..
VVaialm t Co 5pc
Dirnriir i n n tm
J '4 ) 4
Vu 1 a
Latest sunar auotatlona 4J14 rntm
or $80.30 per ton.
London Beets, 10s 6 3-4d
Henry Wateriiouss Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Depaiimsnl
Member. Honolulu Stock ind Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Miiuerr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
i wMUKBVCrnHKBKam J
WE ARE CONFIDENT
That our new line of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Is the best line of goods in the city for
Quality, Style, Price, and Workmanship.
See them and you'll agree with us.
P ELKS' BLD., KING near FORT
m A M m
LUCAL AND 6EMKAL
A Uulletin Went Ad. will shorten Aft
your search for a buyer, a seller, a
trader, a teacher, a clerk, a typiste 5;
or a job. One cent a word. v
Auto at hack fare. Tcli 301. . &h
Kent Franklin cars. atkyii. stlili.' jl
i !..iljy .,
i w w w ar y s v y & r e " v w t v s
NEW - TO-DAY
Tho regular meeting at tlio Ha
wullun Knglneerlng ABsuclatlnn.
taliCH plnce tlila ovenlng, Mr. C.
Ilcdemann, manager Ilunnlulu Iron
W'orKa, will give an Informal talk
on sugar machinery used at present
In the heat Cuban factories.
, K, O. KKKN.
Many Excursions Planned
Tho report which Secretary Wood
has prepared for the meeting of the
I'roniQtlon Conimlttoo this afternoon
Is ono of tho most Interesting docu
ments cf Promotion literature whkh
haH been seen hero fur n long tlmo
past. Tho energetic Secictnry Wood
IoIIh In brief paragraphs of the num
erous plans Ik- ?rl;ed on, but so num
erous wero these that the report cov
ers a large amount of spauo.
After stating thnt tho work done In
tho past would have medo tho 1907
Reason a-good one had It not been for
tho disturbed steamship airangemeuts
und the financial Hurry, Wood states
that Hawaii has been doing as well
as California and "In my opinion wo
may looKfor a Talr travel all through
IOCS with nn unusually heavy trael
for the Reason of lOOS-'OD. Wo shall
continue to draw mainly from Chicago
tnd points west Aglth u notably In
creased number cf lBltors from tho
prosperous N'oithwect. Including Urlt
Ish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan
Wood goes on to say that ho made
a careful Investigation of tho advant
ages otlcred by different cities In the
"After careful Investigation of tho
matter," ho Bays, "etun If thu fundb
wine available, I could not udvlro
opening up headquarters In New York.
The returns would not, In my opinion,
justify tho necessary expenditure.
"At first, I thought that It might bo
profitable) to huo a representative In
Washington, nt least, during tho time
Congress Is In tension, but I am con
vlnceil now that it would not pay,
though wo should deiivu somo benefit
Iro mtho distribution or folders ul
tcady arranged for.
"Thero Is ono place In 'tho East,
however, where I bpllovo the Promo
tion Committee would be warranted
In opening up a large sales exhibit and
nttractlvo Information Ilureau and
that Is at Atlantic City, the greatest
all-thu-year-touud resort In tho world."
Wood also recommends that a Ha
waiian Sales Exhibit and Information
Iluieau on tho "Hoard Walk" bo es
tablished, carrying n full line of Ha
wnllan-madu articles. Including Jams,
chutneys, pineapples, etc., saying:
"I hope that. If tho Committee' does
hot deem It advisable to undertake
such u venture, a company may he
Incorporated In Hawaii to operate on
theso lines with branches at Atlantic
City, Chicago, Winnipeg. Seattle, San
Kranclsco nnd I.os Angelos,"
He hopes thai until something of
this kind Is done, nn exhibit of this
hind be placed in the I.os Angeled hu
le.ui In Atlantic City. Thu report goos
At our request, tho l.os Augoles
Chamber of Commcrcu has appointed
llemember Dcntyne, tho
On tho road to Maudalay
no such pleasant port of call as The
1 1 on ma u.
The regular meeting of tlio Hawaii
mi Kugluecilng Association will be.
held this evening.
Paradise of the Puclflc Somenli
number, readv fur mailing, 15 cents,
For salo at all nowsdenlers.
Children's wash dresses, size t to
1 1 i eaia, on salo from fiuc up nt Whit
ney & Marsh's next Monday.
i.im.i,i ti.lm.Tn1 water, only $5.50
per case, by fur tho best and cheapest
.ulneral water on tho market.
Cash Registers repaired by the
new expert at Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., ltd. Phone 143.
Thu White Knmlly notary (lock nnd
chain stitch) Is tho best sowing ma
chine In tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
tgents. 12CC. Fort street. Phono 488.
Frank Mills begs to ncqunlnt his
patrons nnd friends that he Is no long
er connected with tho Union Hack
Stand. Leave orders for nny one of
his rto machines with the Terrltorl.il
Messenger Service, phono 3R1. nnv
hour, day or night.
Get it at the bar or from
Rainier Bottling- Wks
Budapest newspapers report that
Count Kstcrhazy of Hungary Is to
wed Miss Dorothy Whitney, daugh
ter of tho lato William C. Whitney
and cousin of tho Countess Szechcnyl.
Governor Folk of Missouri de
nounces raco track gambling before
a New York audience.
a sH.clnfl excursion committee ami
hopes to be nblo to work up a becoud
excursion larger than that brought
down on thu S. S. Ohio.
The H.illoon lloutu lCxcurslou Co, Is
lending a number of people by each
At San Diego, I cndcavoied to In
terest tho manager of the S.in Diego
Union, the leading dally of thut city,
In nn excursion to Hawaii, to be car
rled out by bin papor In conjunction
with the Ban Frnnclbco Call. Iloth of
thesu papers are the proporty of Mr
John D. Sprockets who, being nt the
head of tho company owning tho Slcr
ta and sister bhlps, might, I thought,
make n special charter rato. I ulso
brought this mutter to tho attention
of tho Mnnager of tho Call when In
San Francisco. Iho plhii Is now being
consldoicd nnd will bo carried out If
thu managers of tho papers can seo
their way clear to undertaking It.
Thp plan for an all California tench-
era excursion, miring mo next lung
acatlon, Is moving along satlsfactor- I
My. Mr. Chllds having tho mutter In
Whllo In San Francisco, I met Mr.
It, N. Lynch and Mr. Franclu Hope,
who represent tho Commercial Asso-
editions of Sonoma, Napa, Marin, I
Lake and Mendocino counties, Call
foinla, and succeeded In interestln.il
them In Hawaii to such an extent that I
uiv mi" now nuiitiiiK iur mi excursion
to tho Islands for next Juno. They
hope to bring, at leant, fifty peejile
from Ihelr section of tho State.
"Thos. Cook, nnd Bon will, In all
likelihood, again tako up excursions
to Hawaii. Tlio cnorgollc manager o!
tho San Kranclrco Agency, Mr. Chas.
K. Stokes, promised mo to recommend
that this bo done and hopes to lecelvo
Instructions to begin operations with-
' In a fow weeks.
Mr. Cockroft, general passenger
agent of tho Oceanic Steamship Com
pany, reports that his South Sea Is
land trips aro being well patronized.
Thero were fourteen or fifteen
through pasbungcrs dun to sail by the
Mariposa, March Dili. Their Itinerary
Including Talkltl. Ilaratougn, New Zea
land, Vavau. Samoa, FIJI and Hawaii.
The party snlllng from San FiaucUcu
March 9th Is duo to arrive at Hono
lulu May -Oth, leaving -by Alameda
'.Juuu.fird., , 1
Goods Almost Given Away
No Reasonable Offer Refused
YEE CHAN & CO., "SB
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monument Works
MCXT TO VOUNQ Bl DO- 7IMtO Kl NO 8TRCCT.
Ladles' Wulst Ptittern
One of AAcOUl's specials
Also materials to make it up at
E. WlORDAIV & CO. Ltd.,Fort St