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KVEN1N0 lTJMXriN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, APItlli C, 1908.
RUGBY---A Man's Oxford 1
YOU cannot mistake
our RtJGBY. It
style and 'snap. In
a general way only,
it is'like other shoes.
Specifically it is dif
ferent. Ask to. see
the RUGBY. Stock
number 36 L.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Pretty Vessel Has Few
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 6. 1908
VALENCIENNES LACES and
These are going at Bargain Sate Prices
L AHOY Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
?3www' n ' m wii
The Gentle Member
of the W.C.T.U, feels "so much better" nf ter her cup of tea
or coffee I The reason is that it has given her a stimulus
that refreshes and invigorates her for the time; but tea and
coffee contain poisonous alkaloids thatjnay cause grave in-
'f juries to the nervous"s7stem." "' '
Doctors often forbid the use of tea or coffee, while they
encourage the moderate use of beer, as a natural tonic and
food, The best.bcer is . ,
fBuipkhead latliia Water
Horn Buckhead Springs, Virginia, In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Doz, Half Qls.
LEIS fc CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS ... I 1G0 KINO GT.
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.
, Merchant St
With not a passenger for Honolulu
and only 29 cabin for the Orient tlio
Toyo Klscn Kalsha liner Nippon Mnru
arrived this morning from tho Coast.
John Newcombo ami wife nnd Mr. C.
A. Kiipfcrborg, n wine" merchant from
France, aro tho only stopover passcn
tiers for Honolulu.
Detectives Itccvcs ami I.cal met tlio
boat in tho Customs launch, nnd mndu
a thorough search for n man named
Hdward Cramer, who Is wanted In Los
AiiRcles for Brand larceny. One man
en board the ship somowhat fitted tho
description sent liy tho chief of iollcu
In I)s Angeles, but It developed that
he wns not tho man.
The trip down from tho Coaft wns
ono of the roughest the boat has made
in some time, heavy seas and strong
winds prevailing on nil but ono da).
However tho pabscngcrs fouutl tlmu to
enjoy thcmiclvcs, ns Is evidenced by
tho progrum of tho concert given last
night which U printed below. Cap
tnln Oreeno and Purser Roberts wore,
of coureo, tho loading spirlte In all tho
A fireman on the Marti fell down a
hatch on tho third day out and broko
his arm, which was the enly tnlshnp
of the Qyagc. Tlio boat camo down
from the Coast In G days ami 23 hours.
There wcro four Japanese on board
wvlio slowed away on the vessel when
she left Nagasaki on her last voyage.
According to thu law, they liavo to bo
returned to the nort at which they
slipped nboahl. Altogether tho veb
sel has 9G Htcerago passengers ami
Following is tho program of tho
Comic Stunts performed at thu dinner
concert last evening while, tho vessel
was at sea:
Opening Chorus.. Capt. W. V. Grceno
Yell No. 1 "I Cannot Sing tho Old
Songs," In ono flat.... J. A. Ilrltton
I'rosclcst Darky Tones .. J. II. Hosa
Time, Notes On. tho liars
C. A. Kupforberg
Mack nnd White Tickling Ilia
Ivories . Mrs. T. D. Altken
Just Words How 1 Talk .i.
, D. S. Illchardsoii
Voice and Feet "Ills Foot Like I.lt-
tlo Mlco" etc A. T. Eastland
Yell No. 21 lib Minor. O. W llarvena
Liquid Air Songs My Mother
Couldn't .Sing....... Mrs. W. C. Asny
Noisy Noise Sat'equd Clogs ...-.
..., C. A. Hcuvor
Cherry Illossoms From SunrUu
Land H. Shlbol
Grunt No. 1 From Dublin to Ham
burg Kncoru. No. 2
Gymnastics Any Old Stunt
II. I.. Kpplnggcr
Chorus I Am Olam I Am Allvo
Taking up collection of bricks, eggs,
etc. ' Ushers
N. n. Tho audlenco will keop their
seats until tho close.
"ame of stock
J Btcwrr A Cc....-
Pm Plantation Crt .
Haw Com & Sug Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Ilcmomu Sugar Co ....
Ilmiokaa Sugar Co . .
tlnlku SiiKnr Co ,
KaliuVu Plantation Co
KIM Plantation Co Md
Klpahulc Sugar Co w.
Mrllrrdc Sugar C....
Oahn Sugar Cn
Onomea Sugar Co .m.
Dolcola Sugar Ptanl Co
tllaa Sugar Co Ltd ....
raaliau Sugar riant Co
Parlfir Sugar. Mill
I'ala Plantation Co ....
Pnxekrn Sutrar Co....
Wrlluku Sugar Co ....
waimra -vicar mim .n
In'.e Malawi Steam N Co
Hon RTltl. Co I'rrt
Hon RTfcl. CoCoin
Mutual Tlrjlionc Cd
Nahikn knMrC" Aaa,
Ollni K& t.C
linn Kt M Co:
It twailan Plt,eaiple Co.
IUr Tcra 1C l'treCI
Haw Ter 4 pc.... ....
HawTcr t pr
HawTcr 1 pc ,.
Haw Gov't 1 pc
Ci UnlSug & Kcl Co
.lalku Sugar ("0611 c
Ham. Dtlch Co ,
Upper Uitcli 6s
Haw Sugar Co6pc...
IliloRKCn Con bpc
.,...1.. D ..... ... Am..
OthuSuxtf Co IPC..
Ol Sugar Cntpc.
lit Snjf, Mill Co, 6s
Paltm Hiantation Co
PontcrMi Co 6 nc.
Wilalua ztr Co pc
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Five thousand people
read the Bulletin Want
them help you.
Latest sugar quotation 4.36 cents or
$87.20 per ton.
London Beets, lis 21-4d
Henry Waternouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Membtra Honolulu Stock and Dond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Kino ilano. Cnsh or Installments.
Coyno Furniture Co. 3909-tt
NEW - TO-DAY
OKI'ICK C0N8THUCTIN0 OUAU
termastcr, Honolulu, II. T April i,
1908. Scaled proposals, In duplicate,
will bu received hero until 10 A. M.
April 13, 1908, and thou opened, for
printing specifications for construc
tion of buildings at Fort Shatter, II.
T. Further Information on applica
tion to Capt. Yi. II. Humphrey, U. S.
Army, Constructing Quartermaster.
3969 Apr. 0, 7, 8, 11.
4000 Green Hoofing Blnto 10"xlC
D00 Ono and Two Prong Iron Fenco
1 LTi-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought IMpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
STOCKS IN SAM'KANCiSCO
San Francisco, Marrh 31. Follow.
Ing aro thu closing tpiotatlons for Ha
Hawaiian C. sr, 90
Honokna S. C 10", 10!
Hutch S. I C. .. ...:.. 17
Kllauea 8. 0., ... .;t...
Makawell C .. 32 33
Onomca S.'C 7.... 32 31
I'aauhau S. C '. 17 174
Union S. Co 34
do pool 35
JACK oTuKi Dl
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNO DLDQ., 78-190 KINO 8TREET.
Having engaged Mr. Geo. I. Lcnord,
tho expert piano tuner nnd pianola
repairer, we are now prepare! li
attend to all piano tuning and re
pairing, All work guaranteed.
WAIaL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.. Tele
phono 2C1. 39G9-tf
The late John II "Stclllng, or, as
ho was familiarly known, Mack"
Stelllng, was born In Hanover, Ger
many, about SG years ao. At nn
early uge he, with hlabiothers and
sisters, emigrated to tho United
Stntcs, and tit the ago of 17 he was
engaged In n business office In San
Ho arrived In these; Islands In the
early 80's, being engaged ns paymas
ter and head-bookkecpor for tlio
Hawaiian Commercial anil Sugar Co.
at Sprcckolsvlllo, Maul. Slnco then
ho has occupied responsible positions
as accountant and bookkeeper for
fceveral of tho larger plantation and
business concerns of tho Islands, no
tnbly with the Walluku Sugar Co.,
Kahulul store, Hutchinson Planta
tion Co., etc., nnd for tho past flvo
years was engaged ns bookkeeper for
John Nott, the King street plumber.
Slnco his 17th year he was a con
stant sufferer .from asthma, In addi
tion to which he had a complication
of diseases of the liver and kidneys,
having for sovefal years been sub
ject to dropsy, to which disease iio
finally succumbed, after two and a
half months of great suffering at the
Deceased was an able man and nn
expert accountant, of n genial dispo
sition, which won him manyTrlenls
who sincerely mourn his loss.
Auto nt hack fare. Tel. 301.
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbli.
Georgo C Sea returned from his of
ficial tour In tho Iwalanl.
Dack up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
Ring up Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride. Phono 107.
Amoiy; tho arrivals In tho Iwalanl
yesterday was Carter Gnlt.
Charles Gay of l.aiial came down
on tho Iwalanl. Miss A. Gay accom
Attorney W. A. Kinney nnd Stenog
rapher Kuarns came back In thu Iwa
Why not upend the summer at oil 3
nf tho Smeldo Cottages? Kngagu a
A. Wilcox, a capitalist, camo over
In thu W. G. Hall from Kauai, arriv
ing yesterday In thu Hall.
Mrs. J. W. Huso of I.ahalna wns n
passenger on the Iwalanl, which nr-
rived yesterday inclining.
To enjoy tlio best ride In an nuto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qulnn's
new soven-scated fterlcss.
M. T. I.) ons, formerly of tho Land
office, came back yesterday from
Kauai In tho W. O. Hall.
Dr. Frear, brother of Governor
Frenr, was nn nrrlval from Knual on
tho steamer Hall yesterday.
The Nippon Marti has a consign
incut of guns nud ammunition In her
freight list. It Is for Manila.
Senator J. D. Paris of Kona, Da
wall, was n passenger on tho steamer
Nllhau, which arrived yesterday.
C.Iluckman and Superintendent J.
I). McVeigh of Moloknl, wero among
tho Iwalanl passengers who arrived
Who is doing the best saloon busi
ness In town? Why, tho Fashion, n(
course, for they sell tho best and aro
tho finest mlxnloglstH.
Mary Sherwood Kahawal was this
morning granted n dlvorco from
Charles Knwahal on tho grounds of
cruelty ami non-siioprt.
llrlg. Gen. It. II. Pratt, V. 8. A
Hon. S. A. Duko nnd Robert Lowers
were cutcrtnlned nt luncheon today at
tho Commercial Club by C. M. Cooko.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
The schooner l.ady lins disappeared
from her' moorings, though it Is pro!)
dill' that Captain Wilier gave permis
sion for two men to tnko her on n
Ah Wn. a Chinese, was lined $fi nnd
costs in tho Pol I co Court this morning
nn n charge of halng tolatvil tho
Siihb-itli law. Hu had hold a coat to
a Japanese for S4.
Truest Ghezzt, n nntlvo of Italy, nnd
Mntias Salado. who halls from Spain,
took out their Intention pnpers tills
morning nt tlio offlro nf tho clerk of
the United Stntes court.
The Tpx commission win givo iih
final hearing next Thursday nt 2 p.
m. at tho Chnniher of Commerco
looms, nt wlilch all wno nnvo com
plaints or suggestions will be heard.
In tho mnttcr of tho Territory vs.
the Honolulu Ilnnld Transit & Land
Company, tho Supremo Court this
morning denied tho motion of tho
plaintiff that tho defendant bo com
pelled to elect upon certain statements
Low Knm and Ah Mnn appeared
this morning In tho Pollco Court on v.
charge of having bet off flrecriickera
on n public street. As It was ex
plained that they hud done ho at a
mnrrlago ceremony according to Chin
eso custom, they hud their cahos
stricken from tho calendar.
Thos. Fitch, the nttorney, this
morning received n cablegram stat
ing that tho derision In the famous
sake case had been promised for to
morrow. If the Government Is again
defeated It will probably settle with
the appellants, which would mean
that about 1970,000 will bo refund
ed, most of which will go to Hono
The Home of
caused by a leaky roof during a heavy Vorm is often
greater than the amount it would take to cover the entire
roof with the best of modern ready-made roofing.
This odorless, elastic roofing is water, fire, and acid
proof. It wears like iron, cost3 less than tin sheeting or
iron shingles, and looks better. There's no rust, rot, or
corrosion with R U B E R 0 I D .
LEWERS &C00KE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KINQ ST.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
LOVEJOY & CO. THE BELLE 0F NEW Y0RK
! never rode in a more comfortable oar
than the one I offer for public use at
lowest prices. Care in management
POUTERS OF WINES AND , Bnd, diicwtlon . in the selection f
LIQUORS ; roads makt this tha favorite of all
TEL. 303. 002 NUUANU. ivrT vnTt
xu.UJUJCiVA. MAJESTIC 1A
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of 'X.B,, A. J. C. C, No. 60247,
and Ouenon Lad, 2nd A, J. C, C, No, 62304, at service at $10,
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
The membors of the Tax Commis
sion will hold a session at the rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce, in tho
Stangcnwald building, on Thursday,
April 9, 1908, at 2 p. m., for tho pur
pose of giving to taxpayers wishing
to bo heard an opportunity to pre
sont complaints agulnst existing pro
visions of tho tax-laws and sugges
tions for the correction of defects In
such laws, provided such complaints
and suggestions have not been il
icady presented to the Commission
by such taxpayers.
AI.HKRT t JODD,
.Secretary, Tax Commission,
Honolulu, April 4, 1008. 3'JC'J-Jt
Tho biiblnobs firm that received a
rather quoorly worded letter wlilch
previously appeared In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u
has received another letter from an
other firm but evidently written by tho
snmo secretary. It follows;
"Wo Information to you order again
during wodiavo all salo out now,
"lint we wish )ou had iu stock of
this tobacco and to
bacco. Please send up to me by fol
lowing mall us jou iosalblu.
"Wo send you the nioiwy order
about s Dollars, 'itecelved It nnd
Bending me ji bll) without accounted to
''I case -J tobacco.
" r-:iho tnlficrn, '
"Vours Very Trulr,"
Tho troublo offered by tlio opera
lion of tho claiifo of tho Organic Art
preventing n corporation from hold
ing more than a thousand acres, will
In thu case of the Klhel liquidation bo
ovorcomo by an arrangement whereby
II. I'. Daldwln Avlll accept thu laud in
lieu of tho J 125,000 which would comu
to him ns a stockholder under tho gen
eral rato of 110 a share, Ho will ex
ecute a lease of tho land to thu Ha
waiian Commercial and Sugar Com
pany for a period of twcnty-flo yearn,
at an annual rental equal to six per
rent on $125,000. Tho other stock
holders will bu paid for their stock In
cnsh, the total amount votml for tills
purposo being $500,000. Deducting
Mr. Ilnldwin's $125,000, thero will bu
5375,000 distributed among tho other
shareholders which, with tho $50,uoo
or dohltH to bo liquidated, will mako
$125,000 of an Increment to tho local
circulation of money.
CONSUL SAITO ON
(Continued from Pace 5.)
nothing about tho birth reports. Mr.
Plnkhnm can get for himself, ' the
birth reports of tho Japanese In
stead of getting thanks for furnishing
tho Hoard of Health with tho Japanese
birth rcportH, I am getting a call
down. I do not enra to iliscusa the
correspondence which passed between
Mr. J'lnkham and myself. They nrc
official documents, nnd as such they
are strictly confidential.
"Many a time I hae kept lay staff
busy In order to complete luports of
birth for tho Hoard of Henlth. In do
ing tilts, the Consulate matters wero
occasionally mndo secondary so that
the reporta rould bn sent In to tho
Hoard within llie xpnclllcd time. In
conclusion I wish tn statu Hint I am
always for peacn."
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur.
P. 0. Box 061. Telephone 031.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
OS Eeretanla 8L Phont 1401.
v Sofa Rugs
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
LW Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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