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EVENING JTJM X.TIN, nONOLtlLU.T, ft., THURSDAY, MAlt 28, 1908. fiJ j'MK
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THERE is no bulging
at the sides or slip
ping in the heel of a
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that are
Mclnerny Shoe Store
BEER AS A FOOD
Dr. Wiley, the United States expert on pare foods,
writes: "Beer is a veritable food-product." It's more
than that, it is nourishment in an agreeable form, and,
by its peculiar combination end pioportion of carbo-hydrates,
phosphates, nl ;ohol, and jarbonio acid, is especial
Professor Gacrtuer siys that one quart of beer is equal
in food value to 3-10 pounds of bread in carbo-hydrates,
and to one ounce of meat in albumen.
The beer that is richest in food value and mc$t pleas
Positively Last Week
SENT TO PRISON
Kauplko Gets Three Months In
For Assault With a
I The l'olleo Court had a busy session
lliln forenoon lasting until IS! o'clock,
when- mi adjournment was taken un
til 1:30 ii. m. In order to finish iii tho
ruto of u. Wul Ming, who Is charged
with receiving nlolen goods.
Androw Ktiuplko, it young Hawaii-
an, who pleaded guilty to a chargo of
assault and battery on Philip Kreltan,
waH ueut to Jail fur three months. Ho
lilt I'reltas In the head with n bottle,
causing n wound which required bcv
oral Btltches to close.
Harry Ljmun appeared on a
charge of larceny of four brass valves,
tho property of the government. Hu
dcniauiled a trial by Jury, and was nc
coidlngly committed to tho Circuit
Court Hall was fixed In tho sum of
Chco Shlng. tho joiuiK Chlncco who
was caught stealing various goode
from Hackfeld & Co., by which firm
hu wus previously employed, pleaded
guilty to a chargo of larceny of two
dozen lanterns, ntul was sentenced to
Imprisonment for nlno months. Klvu
other larceny churRus against him
wero nollo prossed.
I'rltz Ottonioyer, a diminutive fler
man, pleaded guilty to a chargo of
larceny of potatoes, bread and other
food stuffs, and was sent to Jail Tor
ninety days. Ho nppeared to be hap
py ns a clam nt high tide, the pros
pect of regular incala without tin.
tumble Incidental to theft being ap
parently quite alluring to hflu.
Shciing Yok Wing, tho Chlneso who
was arrestod on a charge of assault
and battery on Col. Knox, demanded
trial by Jmy and was committed to
tho Circuit Court.
ltalclhcanu wus charged with as
sault and battery on his wlfo. Ho
pleaded guilty and was tcprlmandcl
Dnvld Ku'l was charged with ma-
' llclous injury, It boing nlteged that
I ho had destioyed funeral plants grow
I lug on the property of Solomon Malio-
lona. lli pleaded not guilty and the
c.ito waa continue! until tnnrr.'mv.
Tho cases of I.lu Wii and of Clnr-
t-iuo HomiiEon, cnargo.i rebpecineiy
with laiceny mill burglary, wero con
tinued until April 1, it couple of wit
ncLKOB In thct.0 cases being on board
tho Iroquois, which has not yet re
turned fiom her trip to .Midway.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU .March 26. 1908
AMf Of STOCr
Z Brewer & Co..
r.w rUntftilonCo ...
lUwC.mi 8c SujtCo .
MflRlitti BuRar Co...
llotiomu SitRaf Co .
HmtokAA Supir Co ..
KaliuVu I'tanl.itlou O
Kilirl riai.tftt'oTi Co l.tc
KI, iriutc Sugar Co....
Ko!oaSujir Co ......
MrlirydeSucnr Ci ....
()Hha SiiRaf Co
(VikolA Sugar Plant Co
Diai utar uo mi
Pkahau Sugar Ittit Co
I'ali PlatiiitloiiCo ,.
reckro SiiE?r to....
wniaiua sric K,a
Walmea Sueur Mill Co
lnUr-Htand Steam NCo
Mmi K T Ac !, Co 1'rel
Mutual Telrplione Co
Nalnkti Rut tier Co Am
HI hi Ktt LCu... ....
MiIoK K Co,
llo'illftMCo- . 4 ..
tiaw irr pc. ...
Majy 1er4M pc...
HawTer iV c.
Haw Tcr pc...
Haw Gov't t n c...
Ci Mett Suit & KlI Co
INIkuSntar Cn6 (c
Ham Diich Co ,
Uiier Ditch 6i
II Com At SiiitCojl
llll-JK KCo Con 6 c
Hon RTflt !.Co6p r
NauuKU I'.aiu to n pc
i)aliu Susar Co j p c . .
Claa SuarCo6pc . .
Par Sti. Mitl Co, C
rail Plantation Co ...,
Tionrrr Mill Cnfinr.
Walalua crk Co jpi
nirurjut a .u i of
tl 4-4 I
arc the very best from the standpoint of Style.
Good Taste, Fit, Wearing Quality
Thcv give good, comfortable wesr; and when you have one of them
on, you know you are well-dressed. Wc have them in Single and Double
Br6asted suits; all new Spring Styl cs and Patterns.
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel, 651
r 'jMiiiiiiiim w giiBiamiiMgj i
Hoards: C O.ilm
40 O.ihu Sub. Co,
& I. Co,, $94: B0
It. ft I... fUl; IS
Indies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
75, cut to 1.10
ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
50, cut to $1.00
ladies' ShirUWnist, $1.-
25, cut to 75c
ladies' Shirt Waist, 80c,
cut to 45c
Indies' Shirt Waist, 75c,
cut to ....1 40o
ladies' Corset Cover, $1.-
25, cut to 75c
ladies' Corset Sover, 1,
cut to GOc
ladies' Corset Cover, 75c
cut to 40c
ladies' Corset Cover, 40c
cut to . .' 25c
ladies' Corset Cover, 25o
cut to 15c
Hen's Umbrellas, 75c cut to 50c; ladies', $1.25 cut to GOc.
ladies' Dress Robes, $5 cut to $3.25 a suit. Gingham, 12y2c a yd.
now 10c yard. Brown Cottou ,10o yard, now 13 yds. for-$1.00.
Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
Buckhead Litliia Water
Horn Buckhead Springs, Virginia. In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Doz. Half Gls.
LEWIS fc CO., LTD.,
S0IE AGENTS 169 KING ST. PHONE 240"
18 ducks from onu to, ten mouths old,
$10. Apiily VJ41 Suulh KIiir.
Bug. Co., $2C.37V4l
$20.37Vi; 35 O. It,
Houokna, $10; 18 O
NOTICK The Dlicctora of Oahu
Sii'iar Co. have dochirvd a dhhlund of
Wz cr cent monthly, IivkIiiiiIiik April
in, 100S. Tho dlractors of Ilonoiim
HiiKur Co. hmo ilrclnicd u dividend of
Vft ior cent monthly, IiokIiiiiIiik April
LOCAL AND UENEttAL
That helpless feeling is quickly
cured by a Bulletin Want Ad.
s ,v v p pv J 4 6 ff a an & z
Latest sugar quotation 4.36 cents or
$37J0 per ton.
Scaled proposals will lie lecclvcd
at tho office of tho County Clerk un
til the hour of 4 u'clock p. in. of
Monday, April 27 ,1908, for Water
Wheel, Water Wheel (lovcrnor, Gate
nle, etc., f. o. Ii. "Honolulu, for use
cf tho Hlectrlc Light Department.
Didders will stuto shortest tlpic of
delivery after contract Is lot.
Specifications can bo had nt this
Office nml all necessary Information
obtained from tho Superintendent of
tho Electilc l.lelit Uopartmcnt.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors reserves
the right ''to reject any or nil ten
1). KAI.AUOKAhANI, Jit..
County Clerk, County of Oahu.
I I YAQUSNO OYSTERS
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.
Londop Beets, lls,'3d
Sugar, 4 $6
Henry Waternoua.Jrust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Alain;tr.
FORT AND MCrtCHANT ST8.
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KIHEI PLANTATION CO., LTD.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
All persons holding certificates of
rlo-k In the Klhcl I'lantntlon Com
pany, Ltd., In names other than their
own and who may wish to dispose of
said stock lire urgently requested to
have snuio transferred in order to
bvotd delay If payment Is made on
.luly let, 190ff! No stock can be
purchased excopt from stockholders
of rccoul (n that-duto.
J. I COOKB,
TrcasuVor Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 26lh, 1908.
Tho executive committee of tho
l'leet Lmtcrtiiliimcut Commllteo will
meet In the olllco of Secietniy Jlolt
Smith this afternoon nt 3 o'clock to
:; i it it it it it a
Temperatures C a. m., 09: 8 a. in..
TO; 10 n. in., r9; noon, 74; morning
Uarometer, S a. m., 20.02; absoluto
humidity, 8 u. in.. C.C23 griilns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in..
13 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 05.
Wind 6 u. m oloclty 3, direction
S. i:.; 8 a, m , velocity 3, direction S.;
10 a m. velocity 3, direction W ;
noon, velocity 5, direction S. W.
llnlnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m., .13 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon. 154 miles.
W.M D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
v $5.00 an Hour
Just call 200 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, 0 jib way of 7.B., A. J. C. 0.,No.C0217,
nnd Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Bairv
-.,' V r ilMtl.
Our full line of Cards and Novel
ties for Easter The Largest Dis
play We Have Ever Had are now
open for inspection.
Particular attention to Island or
ders. it J '
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King r.nd Bethel,
(Continued from Pure 1)
lliereforo right In rejecting ns Imma
terial tho testimony 'offered to show
adverse possession, Inceptions over
tilled, Tho syllabus1 'of tho opinion
Adverse possession of crown lands
Lnimot bo shown, -
Courts Judicial ciuo.stlon crown
lands: Following Territory v. 'Kaplo
lanl Estate, IS Ilnvv-., a Judicial ques
tion Isno t presented by n claim re
quiring a ruling upon tho constitu
tionality of Ait. 95 of tho constitution
(f tho Republic of Hawaii concerning
Hie ownership of crown lands.
l'inctlce exceptions? An escep I
Hon by tho defendants to'n denial of
their motion to order Juilgmutit for
the defendants ut tho closa of plnln
tiff's can- on tho ground that the plain;
till hud not shown tltto does not pie
tout tho (iiicrtloii whether Judgment
for the defendant M. I', ought to hao
been given in tho ubseiico of ovldoncu
of his possession admitted for them
selves by tho other defendants, nor Is
tho question presented by a general
exception' to tho Judgment ns contrary
to law and tho evidence.
Lazy Lowls: A toller wot'a blind
has It on tie rest of us tiavolin' pee
Sleonr Solomon: Wot'a do answer?
Iay Lewis: Ho rtent oven hotter.
pretend t' ho lookln' fer work.
Auto at hack fare.' Tel. 301.
Hunt lianl,lln curs. Stlsydo. titbit.'
The Fleet Is coming. Let ut clean
up the City.
Tho best thing for gastritis Is Hen
tyno Chewing Cum
Home iinusunl novelties fo:- Ka tei-
nt Wall, NlchoU Co.,
Ducks' Ducks!! Ducks!!' IS fo.
no. See ad, thin isbiie.
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
King up Scotty's vvhcii you want n
good nuto rule. I'hono 107.
Allegretti's chocolate creams only
at uenson, Smtih & Co., Ltd. "
Honk! Honk! Call 241, J. A. Mr
I.eod, for tho pleas.mtest auto ride.
Why not cper.d tho tummer nt oni
of tho Seaside Cottages? Kligage, u
lnrnill,., ttf tin, 1'iflMf Kfitivf.tilr
uuiuber, ready for mailing, IS centh. (J
J-'o.- sale at all newsdealers. J r &
Tako your carriage or automobllo i JJ
to Hawaiian Carriago Manfy. Co. for! $9
up-uvdato repairs k3SSeSSvSSeS0
The Maul bond case, submitted on
nn ugreed stiitement of facts, will bo ..:.. i ', " :
uigued before tho Supremo Court to ! "
Laughing at the Lilliputians will i
glvo you rf good uppotlto Tor a dainty
supper or light refreshments at tho '
Alexaudor Young Cafe.
If your eyes are all right, you niol
fouuuate; If they aro not, consult n
tomiHtint, mi-to-d.ito optician nhoiil
them. A. N. cjanford, Il.iuon hulldliu
Do not miss tho danre nnd band
tnncert nt tho Seaside this evening,
for it will bo one of the events of
tho season. '
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic",
Yoj will bo surprlsod at ItErn'illiif. ,
nnd preservative properties. California
Kceil Co., ngents. j
Ifjour cash register does not work I
just right, take it to the expert at,
thcHawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Phone 143. '
Purser Kittling reports tho follow-'
lug freight on the Claudlno, 2100 bigs
sugar, 10 bags corn 1 mill roller, 1 ,
au'omobile, G9 hogs, 2 IS packages sun
Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has promued to cart away tne
refuie when you clean up your slcls.
walk. Call up the department wlieni
yo"" nft of the work It done.
No nuo nnd cry would uo raised (or
I'r-iiioition If every snlooii In Hono
lulu wero conducted as decently as
the Hoffman, nnd It nll'tli" liquor sold
in town was as puro its that vended
at ho resort named.
Do you over tako a Scotch or '
American high ball? Do ou know (
the best possible combination of vvhls .
key and water? Tako your favorite
bread of tho formcf and try It with i
Tansnn water that's all. I
The Maul fleet committee, consist
ing of Judge Kepolkal, Daniel 11. Case ,
nnd James L. Coke, Is In communica
tion with Secretary Mott-Smlth with
n vlow to trying 'to sccuro a vblt of,
tho lleet, or a part of It, to Lahalua.
Mrs. V. A. Van Wlnklo, aged 83 1
yeiiiB. a daughter of tho lato Major!
Etrphun Cooper, Is now In Honolulu,!
1. . l..n .lfe...1 4TH-hN U A a T.KnliAlpml '
llimiin UUIVL'U Hum gau imivir-v-u
Of tSie Iaddes0
is n dangerous place, unless every step leading up to it i3
lira nnd true, and the "foundation" strong and sure.
That's true, hoth figuratively and plainly speaking;
the fellow who is placed on the top rung soon falls off to
make room for the man who climbs from the bottom. Our
ladders are safe in every rung.
EXTENSION and STEP LADDERS
The best in the market nt reasonable prices. ' Light,
Strong, Steady, Safe, Adjustable.
WERS & COOKE, Ltd
177 SOUTH KING ST.
PHONE EXCHANQE 20.
foveral weeks ago with her daughter.
Mrs. M. Ttnntr. Shu ls-dellghted with i
the climate of Honolulu mid Intends,
lonemnln hero during Ihu vvjntor. Mrs.
Tu'hinn, tho first Amorlcnn girl born I
In California, Is u member of Veritas j
Chapter No. SI, O. E. S.. of California
fiho was tho first grand president of
tho Natlvo Daughters of tho Golden I
West. ' !
The fire which has been burning
for tho last day or so In the Naval I
coal bins, smoked up to a gient ei.
tent last night, but the smouldering
Pre has been gotten well under cun-li
trol this morning. Two llro eiiglneni1
luo.ctoiidlly uuniplng .w5tui-o"i:rriliu(
tbaJ.' r1 , a . 1 i J S
Center Stags . :.
. ' Sofa Rugs s:: -
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
"Ej Wjordan &-Co.vLtdr'
)fl trsSoTfR" b" noH ,?.noy ti ( , ,, . ,
. , , . i in at- lih i t ii
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