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EVENINO njJ.HTlN, HONOLULU, T. II, MONDAY, MAY I, IMS.
RUGBY-A Man's Oxford 1
YOU cannot mistake
our RUGBY. 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
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. May 4, "908
lMf Ol- STOC 'lUl' I It I HI.' UV.1
It Hcqtiin lo lie pretty nearly cer--tain
that the Mnrniiiii will arrive
this ccnlng. In wlilcli case the cele
brated Mllcs-Starordnle Quintet Club
i will give a performance at tlig Or
These nrtlsts uro Justly celebrated,
having played In nil the leading c It
lies ot Huropc mid America nnd are
pronounccu to ue wonueriui lit tnc)r
work. They (play nil manner ut
stringed InatrumciitH, one miinlicr
being given with one hnrp nnd four
banjos. In which It Is Impossible to
distinguish the iihikIc from n ocnl
quartet, tho Imitation bcliiR to per
fect. The pros ram will bo varied mid
very enjoyable, and rnoulil draw u
big house from among those who en-
oy this sort of thins, The prices
Ire moderate, being 2f, CO mid Tf
cents. Tickets Arc now on Kale.
I Dina-cr A Ce
I'.nA P:atitMloti Co ....
Iltllil Auric. C" ...
Haw Com ft Sua Co ..
Hawaiian Poi;ar Co...
Iloitnmu !iiRr Co
Itmmkali Sugar Co .
I. .MHO. I ),!
ill 2 7 M V'i
iirnr jn t'pi iw
Kahtilni Ita'itaPnn Co Vitun ji
KIM I'lanlatioiCoLKl .Viiniu ii
Klfuliti!i.SiicarCo.... I Ipiiiii1 in,1
Kotna PUR;ar Co "aaua., lull
MfRrr'lcSurCo .... Ilkihmi1 m
Oalm Sitirar Co .ijohum ji
otiomta Micar Ln .... 1 '' j
IKUlSiitirllim Col ' .ill
U'.aa sutai uo Mil ... -"" J
OkmaliiCo rm. ,i
r.aiiau Micar rum .q , . ,
Tala ri.malloti Co
Your Health, Sir!
In a full, foaming glass of
" F0RTHE HI
The Kntcrtnlnnicnt Coiunillteo ol
r tho battleship squadron must have
breather a sigh of relief when tho
French S. S. Ceylnit steamed Into Ho
nolulu harbor. Foam had bcgtin to bo
expressed that owing to n shortage o(
a M-ry necessary staple In the local
market that the prospcctlio gala week
would not bo the success that tho
committee planned. All Is well, how.
oNer, for the Ceylan brought Tnnsaii
In quantity. Taiisaii pints 111M "splits",
as well h Tansan Kinder ale. l'osl-
thcly the best ginger ale luailo any
where. lllng up 101 nnd place order.
Belts! Belts! Belts!
L j s
Ladies' Embroidered Belts, 25c to $1.00
Kid Belts, all colors, 50c
Elastic Belts, 50c to 75c
' FINEST BELTS FOB THE MONEY IN HONOLULU.
k Tf AihoyV Nuuanu below Holel
X ftfH5 F0R SALE m
BO" AU FIRST CLASS GROCERS
hzH-i vTiutivrD'ofiVn'iUM "lids' Jn'liilr A-5SsSp.
MCfttO tat " M
50U51 -MUSTARD TOMATO
"Monterey Packing (9
W MOitfTBtV. CL T
TE.DOOTJ.. SouAcut. v
Hw IKH fUNCIKO.
rrprtkeo Sueur Co,.,
IMmifrr Mill uo.. ....
Waiatua Auric Co....
r 1 111 k ii nuKm lii (
Wainianilo huj(ar Ct
Wafmfs SiiKr Mill o
liittrlftlari1 htr.int NCo
llawm Ian KiecH'rCo..
M 11I uat TetcptMifif Co
NahiW ul.brf O.,
V.) lulu KulltvrCb A
OaIiu K Pi I.C
II1I0K K Co
lion K& MCo .. .;..
Hsw Trf 4 PC
Maw Ter 4ll pc
Haw Tfr 4 I'C
Haw Govt s pc
C Hrt Sue Ac Kcl Co
tUiku Siifrr Co 6 it c
1 1 am. imrh Co,
Uur pitch tn
llawuRar Cio pc...
MiloR kCo Con 6 pc
rimi k. 1 l. to ope
KihuVu p.ant C06 pc
O.hu K A I.Co6;t.
f)abu Sugar Co 5 pc .
OI Sugar Co 6 pc.. .
P.ic- Sue. M)U Co, (,
Ptntiter Mill Co 6pc ..
Waialua atkCo jpc
. llr v m
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i1(im ,J ,
'an mil lui
There are so few seats left for tho
Kubellk concert that It behooves any
one who has an ear for tiniilc to go to
wnll, Nichols Co., Mil., and f;et seats.
Should itnythliiK Intervene r.ml Kube
llk cniimt appear Milliliter Adams,
throusli Wnll, Nichols Co., Ltd., will
redeem nil tickets that have been Bold
at face valne.su that whether the con
cert bo slcn or not tho only loser
for cash expended will be Mr. Adaiun.
Tbcro Is overy hopo th.it Hie steamer
will arrho so that Kubellk may bow
to 'a Honolulu audienco this evening
but should the steamer not nrrho In
tlnio for that It will do so tomorrow.
Sales lletween Hoards. 303 Olaa.
$1.25; 2('0 Olaa. $1.2.',. 100 Olaa. tt.25;
VI .Mcllryde, $1.70; $linn Cil. Iter. s,
?10; 1G l'lonecr. $13".. 20 O.iliu Sim.
Co.. J2S.S3: G Hon. It T & I,. Com.,
$G0. Session; 5 .Mcllrvilu, i 73.
Latest sugar quotation 4.42 cents or
$88.40 per ton.
I HERE'S no doubt that our
HART SCHAFFNER &
MARX CLOTHES arc doins
a lot of good in this commu
nity; raising the general standards
of style in men's dress; more wcli
dressed men than usual here now.
We'll put yoil right if you lct,ns.
This store Is the Homo
of (loot! Clothes.
ELKS' BLDO., King nr Fort.
V '1"T i"l 4 Qy q V LHTf aaVa?W
Copyright 1 908. by Hart Schaffher & Marx
LOCAL AND iENEBAL lr
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Monopole Red Top Dry--Cliaiupagne
Gold TopExtry Dry--
J. A. M'Brayer's Spring '91 Old
I LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD.
FAMILY WINES AND LIQUORS.
169 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 240.
I Iron Fence
Entered for Record May 2, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m,
Jlanoel V I'crelra to Tanaka Klshl-
Vasco H M Osnrlo to Alfredo do A
Mattos , 11
Annlo I. II'IU'Ib and lisb to I'rnn-
clsco do M I'cllclnno t)
Adam IC rorsylh and wf lo 1'elor
rirst llanlc of Hllo Md to Tr of
Mabel K Wlso et nl Itel
Mabel E WIeo et all by Tr to Uvan-
KCllcno da Sllvn II
loela and wf to Kvan da Sllva M
Mrs Ah Kama et al to NaKala I,
Knkal (k) et nl to Frank I.ln 1)
Kulu to IMoncer Mill Co Mil I,
BUULtTiN Ana. PY
The membership fceof the Hani
son Mutual Association has been re
duced to $3.00 for adults and $1.50
for children during May and June
All those Interested In sports and
who will innl.o siiKKcstlons Tor tho
entertainment of tho Fleet can do so
by calllnR up I'hono fi-l, or address
liiK u letter to Col. Sam Johnson lit
tho "IIuiiriiIow," tf
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of p7
Meets every first nnd third I'll-
day uvcuIiik at 7:3(jl In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort and llyretanla. VlsltliiK'
brothers cordially Invited to alleiid.
A. (1. DIOKKINO, C.C.,
.IAS. W. WIlITi:, K.lt.S.
London Beets, 1 Is 9d
Henry Waterhousa Trust Go.,
Stock ami Bond Depattmant
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM V ILIIAMSUN. Manat.t.
FOBT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PHIVATE EXCHANGE .
Right now is the best day to start
getting subscribers to the Bulle
tin, thereby securing a vacation
free of all cost. j
A clean City means health.
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbli.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Me
l.cod, for tho pleasantest auto lido.
II.nnoiiy Uidco No. 3, I O. O. I.,
will meet In Odd Fellows' Hall nt 7:31)
Honolulu Temple No. 1, I'jthlan Sis
ters, will meet nt 7:30 this oVuului; In
IC. of I. Hall.
Take your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlugo Manfy. Co.. for
up-to-ilato repairs. .
Why not spend the summer nt omi
of tho Seaside Cottages? r.nKane a
To enjoy the best ride In an auto In
Honolulu ring up 200 for .llm QelnnW
new scveH'seated Fcerlesn.
Try tho beer ut tho Hoffman. K
ery Klass just its cold as It should he
md ns snappy as can bo desired.
Tho members of Court Cnmoes nic
iiotlllcd to attend tho funeral of the
late Manuel Mnchndo this afternoon.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and A.
M ulll meet this evculiiRn Masonic
Temple for thu transaction of rcR'.ilar
Theie wero Fcven deaths In Houo
lulu fioin contagious diseases iliirlns
Iho llflcen days eudliiK April 30 all
Tho soda fountain at the Alexander
Youiik Cafo Is very popular. Try a
Stiawherry Special or a Lovers' He
llflit they're delicious.
The Kash Co. aro sdlliiR trousori
(Special to tho 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n)
Wnlohlnu. llaiyall, i.Aprll 3u. The
Kau band. coiisIkIIiii; of twcnly-tluco
Instruments. Kave a concert an dance
nt IVulolilmi t-'aturday cvenlni; April
25th, to a laiKc nn.l inot nppreclathc
audience. There wurii n niinilmr nre-
ent fiom lb .udulii who were jvofuso ! I" Hiiiimlh nnd Tropical worsteds foi
In their nr.il e. sayl.iK that they had ?l?! "'i'1 3. ,,at ca."'1 I,u ,,l'al ' ""
no eiLpvctailon of hearing huehood
music iiulslili' the Capital Oil and
that their imn faurllo Uerser would
havo lo lorn; out for hla laurels noun
Father llenrv nnd Mr. Hewitt, nliu
havoi had tl ti ilnliiK of them, cer
alnly deserve meat credit. Tho band
Is innMly coieposed of II iwalhus, h iv
hiK only four v. Idle members, nnd all
mo so clliliu d.tstlc that Alth tho le id
ors they Inlie lliry am mho lo icacli
n hlRli Kritt'i' of excellence. They
wore Ihelr in uniforms lordhe IP.t
lime and nunle a lltio eppcariMice.
'They wcie i-'lsled on this oce.islon
by a local onlattra of ladlea and Ren
tlemen who added cry much to the
enjoyment of the evening.
And the cost is VC17
always make a home more attractive.
small, if you get some of our
Terra Cotta Flower Pots
They are the cheapest and tile most attractive,
give the best service.
We have pots for flowers plants, and ferns, in
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING STREET.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO..
178-180 KINO STREET.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TKI
offick of thi: Tiu:Asimi:it,
Torrltory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, April 28, 1908.
ChliiK Kim Fook,
Secy., Man Fook Toiu;,
Honolulu, T. 11.
Dear Sir; -1 bcK leave to acknowl
edge rccolpt of yours of tho 21th
lust., notifying this office that at tho
meeting of Man Fook Tong held 011
tho 13th day of April, 1908, tho fol
lowing ofllccis were duly elected for
tho ensuing year;
Lee Kan Seu President
Chin You Kong Vice President
Ching Kim Fook Secretary
Clung Chew Yee Treasurer.
H. A, Heen Auditor
I beg tu Inform you that memo or
tho nbovo ivlll ho duly noted on tho
iccords of this office,
Sgd. A. J. CAMPIUIl.L,
Tronsuior, Territory of Hawaii,
3993 May 1, 9, 11, 18, 2S.
A boss caipemer, a pianist, violinist
and (ornctht. 1111 ImperMinntor, a
good blnger for Illustrated songs
for tho New Art Theater being
erected nt Hotel nnd Fort Sts. Ap
ply 1110 King St., after C p. in.
The Most Unique Musical Organiza
tion in Existence.
Depending upon sailing of "Marama"
. Popular Prices
nolulu for style and near,
Tijju Qulnn has gouo Into the nutu
hack business with a flue foiir-passcn
gcr llulck nnd Is prepared to furnlali
llm bent possible service. I'hono .101.
If your cash register does not work
jnst right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Tho White Family notary (lock nm'
rhsln stitch) Is the boot sonln: ma
chine In tho woild. Ilenny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12G, Fort strcot. I'hono 4S8.
Choppers tod'iy were delighted with
tho continuance of tho tdilrt waist sale
at Ilium's, as inanv wero not nblo to
T It.ln ml l ,l,ltfli-.-i nf tin. Int. i.rli..,a In.l
Tho big special sale at Snchs of
ladlct' hi'lts and bags at prices of half
anil less Is ntlraclliig many buyers,
and promises to draw suords till the
Paul Voeller. Jr., night pressman
helper of tho (lazctle Oompiny, dlol
at Iho Oueen's Hoxpltal Saturday of
spinal meningitis. Ho was 111 for sev
Chief of Detectives Taylor writes
from San Fianclhco that ho feels Mire
Unit ho can arrange It so that Iho licet
furuMicH pmvofd guards to help tie'
pollco maintain order.
Tho Coiuinnlons of the Forest 111 e
requested lo meet at Iho Homnn Cath
olic Cathedral nl I o'clock this after
noon for tho funeral services over the
body of Manuel Mnchado.
Tho non-leprous children' from Mo
lo'tal arrived lieio Sr.lii''iljy afteinonu
The Aorangi biought us the usual supply of delicious
mutton in cold storage nnd vc arc ready to supply you at
your homei. The chop arc as large as na ordinary steak
and as tender as young chicken. Fat and juicy is the word
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
on Iho I.lkelike Ilium were thirty
I ono boys nml four girls Ju tin' party
nuiFlng fiom ono to flflfteii years of
ago. Tim girls weio taken to the Ka
plolanl Homo nnd the boys to tho de
tention camp near tho Kaplolaul
F. C. Kaus was slightly Injured last
night as a result of a collision h.--tutcii
an automobile and n hack, the
former driven by M. T. Lilt and the
latter by Manuel Leal. The auto
i enved In ono of tho splash boards on
tho liackviind nipped Kaus leg, Kaus
being a passenger and Inning his leg
hanging outside tho vehicle.
Consul fleuernl Hallo cabled lo the
Jup.ineso Ambassador nt Wiihlilnglou
last Friday nsMtig him to make the
proper presentation of Iho bake caso
lo (ho authorities so that a moderation
of tho proEent puro food order may
be seemed, until arrangements can be
madii In scciim a suppl) of h'iko that
riuiplu more with llm ivipiliemeuts
set by Food Cnmmissloiiar IHincuu.
buying your material. We think we can show you what
you requite at prices that vill SURPRISE you. Ask to be
shown our NEW LAWNS and other goods, at
E. W.Jordan & Co., Ltd.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, OjibwayofY E., A. J. C. C, No. 00217,
RrM Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J, C. C, No. 0230-1, at sen-ice at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
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