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The Belle of New York
Never rode in a more com
fortable car than the one I
offer for public use at lowest
prices. Care in management
and discretion in the selection
of roads make this the favor
ite of all public conveyance.
J. A. MUBOD. '
Tel. 244 Public Chaffeur.
Those two words mean that Alpine Milk is thoroughly ster
ilized; that it is evaporated bv a hygienic process; that there b
absolutely no chance of its becoming impure from the time it is
lmlkcl from the cow till the can ii opened by you. The flue
Natural riavor nnd Quality are enhanced by the special evaporat
ing process it undergoes, making
the pin est, best, and richest of nil milk.
"" Ask your Grocer for it.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
. E. SILVA
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has tho latest method in the art of,
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
speak for itself.
Office. 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 170;
Night Call, 1014.
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For eatlnjh. drlnkln&, end cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Breaifait Cocoa. 1-2 Bj. bn
UaWi Chocolata (uuwectened), 1 -2 lb. caVn
German Sweet QiMolatc, 1-4 lb. cala
F Snle br UMitltaft Grocer
WALTER BAKER & 06. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
HIGHEST AWARD IN CUMPC
Just about half priceto reduce stoclc
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF RICE LAND OF
KAPAA, KAUAI, AND CANE
LAND OF HDLO, HAWAII.
At tuelvo o'clock noon, Monday,
April C, 1008. at the front cntrnnfo
of the Judlclnry Uulldlng, Honolulu,
tlicro will Ito sold at public miction,
under tlio I'roIslons ot Tart C, Land
Act 1835, (Sections 278-285 Inclu
nlvo), HevlEcil Laws of Hawaii, Gen
eral Leases of tho follow Ing describ
(1) Lot No. 1, Knpnn, Kauai:
Area of rlco land, 123 acres; area
of ICuIn, 11 acres; area of wiiBto,
G 1-2 ncrcs; totul area, 140.5
Term ot I.c.iro, flvo (5) jcars from
.luno 1st, 1908.
Upbot rontnl, $2,091.00 per annum,
paable semi-annually In ad
vance. (2) Lot No, 2, Kapan, Kauai;
Area of rlco land, 78.5 acres; area
of Kuli, 28 ucrcB; area of wasto,
GS 8 ncrcs; total area, 1G0.1
Term of I.easo, five (5) jcars from
June 1st, 1908.
Upsot rental, 1,335.00 per annum,
pi) able semi-annually In ad
anco. (3) Lot No. 3, Kapan, Kauai:
Area of rlco land, 19 acres; area
of Kuln, 3 acres; area of waste,
4,28 ncici; total area, 2C.28
Torm of Lcarc, flvo (5) jears from
June 1st, 1908.
Upbct, rental, ?32'j.00 ,pcr annum,
lnjnble teml-nnnuillv In nd-
(4) 210 acres more or less of tho
x lintl of Kaupakuea, Illlo, Ha
waii: Term of Lease, fle (5) jcars from
Juuo 17, 1908.
Upict rental, jnco.00 per annum,
najnblc pcml-nunually In ud
Minre. (.") 1C2.3 acres, more or lets, of tho
land ot Knwnlnul, Illlo, Hawaii:
Torm of Lcaso, Iho (5) jcars from
July 19, 1908.
Upset rental, S539.50 per annum,
piyablo scmt-nnnually In ad
vance, Tho usual reservations regarding
land required by tho Government for
settlement or public purposes will bo
embodied In theso leases.
1'or plans and full particulars, ap
ply at the Ofnco of tho undersigned,
Judiciary Ilulldlng, Honolulu.
JAS. W rilATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, March Stb, A. 1).
3944-rMur. 7, 14, 21, 28; Apr. 4.
SKALHD TENJIKRS will bo re-
ceited by the Superintendent of Pub
Ho Works until 12 m. of Saturday,
Apill IS tli, for tho construction of a
one-loom school houso at Olowa'u,
Lahalnn, Maui, T, II.
Plans and Bperlncntlons on file In
tho office of Superintendent of Pub
lic Woiks nnd Mr A. Waal, School
Agent, Lahalnn, Maul.
All tenders to bo on blanks fur
nished iy tho Superintendent ot Pub
Tho Supeilntendcnt of Publlo
Works loierves tho right to roject
i ny or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Mm ill 27, 1U08.
"You nsked mo what Is the iiiunt
Ini)ortant and iuteicsvlng iUcttlon
that Is being discussed in Japan to
liny 1 snj It Is tho education of
her jtiuth," all M. Tsutchlja, Toklo
correspondent of the Osaka Aba 111
Shlmbun, who nrrhed with the Am
hi put) In tho Mongolia yesterday
Our party, consisting of the rcptc
tentative people, of Japin, Is touring
the world for tho purpoo of upbuild
ing n stronger feeling ot Internation
al fellowship," said K Suglmuru, lit
irno editor of tho Tol.lo Asnhl Shim
bun I ntn going with this party to,
leirti Fometbtng of the outside
world I want lo see Mime ot the
Inrgo structuics of the Putted States
unit Ilnrope, bo that I may liae somo
Idea about tlicni It Is my desire
that modern buildings be erected for
the international Exhibition which
-v 111 be bold In Toklo four jcais
bciisc," hnld II Suglhara, Spcakci ot
the Toklo Prcfccturnl Assembly.
The nboc stntcments were obtain
ed from theso gentlemen jestcrdny
on the Mongolia, where a llttllc
1 1 n rcpicscutntlvo met tho Asahl
pirty outsldo tho harbor jestcrdny,
Tho party consists of fifty-four
lepresontatUo men and women of
Japin With the exception of tho
icprcscnlntivcs of the newspaper
Asahl and a few others, nono of them
hid over been nbroad Tho party
stood tho oagc exceptionally well
Hut on tho 23d Inst, a heavy storm
prowtllcd, and thin made a good
many of them scislck They nil
rpoko well of tho onicors of tho ,
I tenner. All expressed their appre
ciation of tho beautiful scenery here
Mrs .N'lclil Nomura wife ot a pio
mliient business man of Yokohama,
looks after tho social nffalm nf the
pntj Shu Is an ncctimpllshcd lady
and highly educated.
llcprescntlng tho AmIiI nio K Su-'
glmura and M. Tsuchlja. Mr. Sugl-1
imira Is literary editor of the Tokln
Asilil Shlmbun. He has tracleil!
and lived in Hurope, but this Is hlsl
first ltlt to America He was for
flvo jcars JapanV'so tianslator for
Iho American Legation In Japin, j
and Is thorough! utniinlntcd wttlt
feci by the following pages, contain
ing the list of nieiiiliers and the Itin
era r of the lour, It Is ,i big under
taking, not onlj "the llrst of the kind
in lapaii, but. (tinslderlng the mini
bcr of members nnd the distance io
eied, the grciitcst In the hlstor) of
tun el nbiond We bac placed the
iirr.uigcnicnta for the pau under
the direct management of Thus Cook
i. Hon of London, the world-renown-,
rd tourist ngeuts '
The Itlncrnrj Includes a nlnely
iln toui nnd tracl of 2H.7J5 inllis,
the expense to each memoir of tho
pait) being 2100 cn.
SELLS TOO LOW
American politics and Amcilcnn dip-
M. Tsitjr)ijwi?tio Toklo corrcspon'
t'ent of bo Osaka Asihl Shlmbun
lived nine jears In America. Ho Is I
an authority on aiL matters, both
Jrpancse and European Wbllo In
Washington ho catalogued tho Thos. I
Waggaman art collection, ono of tho
finest art collections in America.
IJoth Mr. TbiicIiIju and Mr Sugl
niura ,vcro grtatl) shocked when
lliey wcro luformid of tho death of
I). W Stevens Thcj expressed greit
satisfaction when infoimcd that tho
United States l'lect would Islt Ja
pan. "IJvcrjone In Japin," they mid.
' Is anxious to glvo n grand recep
tion to tho l'lect."
ileforo the Mongolia came, to a
t-top outsldo tho harbor to allow the
nuaiuntlno pbjslelnns (o examine,
tho passengers nil the nags wciu
linlf-maBted In memory of the deceas
ed Captain Hathaway. Shortly aft
erwards the .Chinese crow of the big
liner commenced to throw ovciboaul
tm ill squaro red p.iperu in accord
into with their custom In tho cont
nf tlcith. This was kept up for
tti'iio time, ending when tho phjrl
tlans distended the gangplank and
pratique, was grunted.
After tho Mongolia had docked
Mi. Cltwson of 'I Tinman Cook S. Son
and Kdltor Sheba, acting as fiost,
escorted tho Asahl party to sco the
licaut) of the Pull, Thoro wore til
I; hot and surrojs placed at tho dis
posal of tho party. On their return,
tho party was conveyed to tho Young
Hotel, whoro thoy dined. A long
tnblo In tho Wnlktki dining-room
was beautifully decorated for tho
occasion Aftor-dlnner speeches
ucro made and a flashlight picture
of tho company was taken. "Tho par
ty resumed Its slghtscoing this morn
ing, arriving at the. Haikfcltl wharf
.lust before tho Mongolia left
Regarding thq tour of tho paity
tho Asahl Shlmbun has this to saj,
prefaced by tho following quotntlnn
tiom ilacon "Tiavcl, In tho jouugcr
nut, Is a part ot education; in the
older, a part of experience "
"On Jnnimr) 1, 190S, wo announc
ed through the columns ot our pa
peis In Toklo and Osaka tho project
which has resulted in tho gathering
together of nearly sixty of our rent
ers, far u grand tour around tho
'This will covor a porlod of nine
ty dajs from March 18, nnd lncludo
visits to tho principal countrlos ot
tho world tlfe United States, Eng
land, Prance, German) and Itussln
Japan having long been secluded,
fiom the outei world, wo thought
the presont un opportune, time to
show nifr people how easily a world
tour can now be made, nnd tho In
numerable, advantages to bo gained
b It, nnd accordingly took upon our
foUoh the lespnnslbllltj of the oi
Ionization of n p.uty An will bo
Dr i: P Phillips aldiesFfd a nuri
ber of prominent nun on tho lilt tor)
of bees and hone) bees lart night nt
the Unncrslty Club Ito Is onu of the
oIRclnls of tho Agricultural IK
piitmint at Washington l)r Phil
lips, who la nn expeit bio Hum stited
last night that llieie was no lice ills
enfo rnnng tho Ilawallun bus Ik
said that before ho left Washington
nn nlllplal criticism at eel tain Hawaii
nn oports vvns made It was lit lug,
sill tint tho Island honey was not
Al. Dr. Phillips explained that this
vvai probabl) duo to tho shipment of
what Is commonly known ns hone) I
dew. During his visit on tho Islands
of Hawaii, Maul and Molokni bo found
In over) cano field tho picbento of tin
leaf hopper This, bo siltl v.as knovn
from the stick) sicrclfon deposited on
tho sugar leaf.
In concluding, Dr Phillips said tlm'
Hawaiian hone) was hold nt too Ion
a price Tho hone) ludustiy while
nothing groat, meant J2 000 000 n
j ear on tho mainland 'Americans he
Fiiltl, excel In tho nutter of practical
application of scientific facts to hu
cultiiic. L'uiopcnns, especial!) (lei
muni and tho l'ruich, wcru nwaj
alu td In Iho scliuco of such dlbcov
ert ig the facts taken ndvantagu ot by
the Amei leans
Dr. Phillips cxp.fsscd hearty appicr
tlitlon ot tho maumr In which h
h id bun etitert ilmd hen ami
Ihiiuked tho club for tlio honor ton
(erred In the Imitation to make a few
lit .ril'ti on bees
Oomio and see onv 1008
Pope - Hartford
1TXLD HI01I IN PUBLIC ESTEEM"
Write t.s for the booKlc vheiem is told how nnd -Ahy the
Pope H a r 1 1 o nl, n. S275000 Is better vnlnc than nn;
other nut-mobile in the vor'd, jrrospcctivc of unco, horsc-povcr,
or number of cylindc-3.
Von Hamm - Young Co., Ltd.
Army ts5 I
II ! fH Clft Delivered J
t j' Coyiio Furniture Co.
SCULPTOR MULLIGAN HONORED
The Chicago Society of Aittsts
lasi night awardtd tho 10S silver
modal of honoi to Charles J, Mulli
gan, tho sculptor Ihls is the high
est recognition of merit that an nr
'tlst throughout tho entire West cm
hope, to attain, and is eageily
bought for (Mr, Mulligan's exhibit
nttho Art Institute this yenr aio
the phstor groups, "Jiutlco mid
I'o'cr" and "Law and Knowledge."
Th -so groups are to be timed in
ito in by Mr. Mulligan and placed at
the fiitrumo of tho new Siipeum
Court building nt Sprlngllcld.
Ceulptur Mulligan canio to Chl
enro tvvcnt)-nvo )inis ago nnd was
tho Hist pupil of Lorndo Taft Ho
came within one vote of winning tlio
inej.il list )ear, and bus been a
faithful and ambitious exhibitor ot
wo, l.s for n number of )cma past.
Tho award Is commended b) other
nrtlsts The medal Is not bestowed
for a particular exhibit, but rathci
ns a recognition of the woitli nnd
talent of tho aitlst who has submit
ltd npnble work for live )cars pist
11 Leon Iloccker's palnllng, 'l,and-
mpo With Cattle," was n close tt
oud In tlio voto and Adam I' Al
blight's "Divvn" tilled Chit ago
r rrv b f f fA t
is n big- improvement over all previous machines of any make.
There's no respini;, grating noise with the Edison; it runs smooth
ly Riul noiselessly. And that Blare of sound Edison found n
way to elinnnetc it.
The lecords' are cheaper; there is no changing of needles;
tho machine lasts longer, an 1 costs lt,s3 thin any other first-class
Phonogiaph, Call and hear it, r.t
Ur mKMaVaUaa TtrtVM
is suriin'gpKe only
U.LS 'J.1 tj
llffiiii . c..
Tlio Clerninn torpedo boat "S 12'
wni run Into and sunk It) an unknown
t.it nr.er at tho mouth of tho Ithtv
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
JPVT TO VOtlNG Ot DO. 7S 1(10 Kl"1 ITRItrT
,mKrri-canEy tpL'jyu..uH MlflUfTfTra
A I aPL While It Lasts
E have a stock of Asparagus this season
that people have been neglecting because it was
too expensive. So we have lowered the prices for a
Clearance Sale. The very best 'Silver Crest'
Large White, 50c: Reduced to 35C per tin
Medium ,45c; Etochicod to 80 5 per tin'
Large Green. 45c, Reduced to 30c per tin
Medium 40c; Reduced to 2 5C per tin
AsparagrasTips,35o; Reduced to S5C per tin
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