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EVENING B-JLIJaTllJ, 'HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1908.
RUGBY-A Man's Oxford
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.
Mclncrny Shoe Store
THAT BUILDS YOU UP and
makes you feel better all day for a
glass taken with your lunchtliat's
g'tTia'JKBMiT.11 lyrtir mi' m jiwi'li. m'iiifw imbiii
Belts! BeltsJ Belts!
Ladies' Embroidered Belts, 25c to $1.00
Kid Belts, all colors, 50c
Elastic Belts, 50c to 75c
FINEST BELTSF0B THE MONEY IN HONOLULU.
Tt. Alloy, Nuuanu below Holel
ryfl HEBxEWrvlQ 9
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE
balance. They do not ride up on one
.side, or bind in the back, or pinch in front,
or hag nwayj'rom the neck. lie j fr 2ic
CMJI.TT, I'PAIHllir tt t"OMIAN V, Tri'i. N. V.
Try some other. Then try this. Wc have the Sole Agency and
have lmd it for years.
Because wc have found it the best!
Denman has the finest Creamery in California. -
LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD.
FAMILY GROCERS. 169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
M EXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 7-190 KINO STRgET.
J, ff A Xf Has Moved to
. LANUU block,
lb Jtlotel St.
OPP09ITE YOUNG H0TEI
Would Have Grammar
Grade In Old
A new scheme for tlio use of tho
old High School bultclltiir nn Kmni.i
street, with tho ImllilliiRrf now occu-
pica uy tho commcrcliit department,
was advanced by Superintendent of
Public Instruction Dnbhltt nt tho
meeting of tho Hoard of Education
lostcrday afternoon. It Is Hint Miem.
buildings he used In tho futuro for a
central grammar school, ns distinct
fiom tho high school department,
mid na a preparatory department for
Mr. Ilahhltt stnlcd that his Idea
was to make It an lJcct for pupils
to flnjjh tho Grammar grades, and,
by so doing, ho ready for cntrnnco
Into tho realm of higher education,
nntl ho thought that an excellent way
to do this would 1)0 to separate tho
schools. A larger proportion of pu
pils, ho thinks, would thus ho Indue
cd to follow up their schooling than
Is now tho case.
Tho thirty teachers who will go to
the Coast for their vacation will ho
given a longer time, for It was de
cided by tho Hoard to allow them to
como homo on the transport leaving
San Francisco September nth, and
not on the one leaving on August fi.
Miss Ilcrnlco Cook was given a Icavo
of absence for tho remainder of the
term. Tho resignation of V. W.
Goodnlc as school agent for Walalua
was accepted and Dr. Hubert Wood
appointed In his place.
Thn Hoard decided that tho school
terms for the coming ear should bo
as follows: Phil term, September 9
to December 19; Winter term, Janu
ary 4 to April 2; nnd Spring term,
April 12 to Juno 19. Judgo Perry,
tho now member of tho Hoard, at
tended for tho first time. At tho end
of the meeting, the Uoard wont In a
body to the Opera Homo where tho
pupils of both tho High and tho Nor
mal School wero practicing for tho
Congress of Song.
Excessive, or rnntlniina nso nf nt.
cohollc boverncoR nlunvn rpsitlr In n
diseased condition of tho nervoua sjs-
Tho drinklne man lit nrim fconrri in
my. "I can ston of niv own frrn win
ond when I wish," hut the poor fellow
is now devoid of the power to act al
tho nroncr time and In thn rli-M n
It'd tOO late, tho rmvlnc hnn Rnriirorf
a firm hold and because of tho diseased
nervous system ho has not tho ablljtj
for sustained effort. The result we all
Drunkenness If. nn Innfrer rnnfllrlnrrwl
a crlmo; eminent scientists and phy
sicians have agreed that It Is a dlseaso
nnd must bo treated as such.
The home treatment th.it linn iwm
Hfcd tor a number of jears. and la
highly successful, Is Orrlnc. It Is sold
'illder a nosltlvn mini-antm ihnt If It
docs not effect u euro jour money will
Orrlne Is In two forms. Wh.m .lost,-.
ing to give secretly, purchase Orrlne
No. 1, and If the patient will volun
tarily tnko tho treatment, Orrlno No.
2 should be given. Tho guarnntco Is
tho Mime In either case. Orrlno costs
I lit $1.00 Iter box. Mnlln.l In nl.-ilnril
waled wrapper on rcrol;t of price.
Write for frco treatise on "Drunken
ness" mailed In sealed cnvelopo Iik,
Tho Orrlno Co.. Washington, D. C.
rfold by leading druggists everywhere
ond In this city by Honolulu Drug
Co., Ltd. '
All OXCCIltlVU HOHBlon Of thn IlAniil
of'llealth was hold in tho offices of
Attorney General Hetnenwny n week
ago last Sunday, but tho only thing of
Interest dono was tho passing of tho
resolution recommending n Kalary of
."n per month for Dr. Sinclair us Dr.
TllO A..II. 8. S. N'olirnuknti nM.I.
sailed Sunday night for Knliuliil. to
coiupicio sugar caigo for San Krau-
rircu, is oxpoctcii io loavc tho Muul
lxnt for thoConst this owning.
It will tnko moro than onu liundrrM
cases of Tansan for I'lent i'ntnrtn..
ineiit. Don't worry. It Is in stock at
ino lansan Agency, rhono 171.
A dead swell lino of all-wool suit
lengths Just received bv S R ai.i.
rneda; $20 to $30 the suit. Geo. A.
martin, uotei Ht.
A young man, between 10 and 20,
for permanent position. Address
"G. O. I'.," Hulletln. 4000-tf
t 1829 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
CHAS. R. ROE
PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
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HONOLULU, Mayl2. 1908
KA.MB OF STOCt
Z Rtmrr tt Co.....
ttwa Plantation Co ....
ItlwCom At SurCo ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co, . ,
llonotnu Sugar Co
llouokaa Sugar Co. .
lla'kn Suvar Co
Kaliuku PlaitHtlnn Cn
Klpaliiilc Sugar Co....
Koloa Stigar Co ......
McUrydebugar Co ..
Ojriu bugsr Co
Otiooira Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ..
Ulowalu Co..... .....
raaliau Sugar Plant Co
Tala riatitallon Co ..
rccko ngar Co....
Watatiia Agrlc Co.....
Wf Uuku Sugar Co ...
Walmanato Sugar Co.
Walmra Suga- Mill Co
Inter.Nland Steam N Co
Hon R T At I. Co Trrl
Hon KTA I. Co Com
Mulual Ttlfplioite Co
Oaliu K ft I. Co.. I...
Hawaiian Piitenmite Cn
Haw Tfr a pc
llawTrr 4S pc
ItawTtr i pc
Haw Gov't i pc
Ca lint Sirg ft Rtl Co
tlalku Sugar Co 6 n c
Ham. Dltrh Co ,
Haw Com ft Sug Co i
Haw Sugar Co a pc.
HiloRKCo Con 6 pc
Kaltuktl P.ant Co o p e
Oaliu KM. Co 60 c.
Oalnl Sugar Co 1 p c
Claa Sugar Cn 6 p c. .
Pat. Sue. Mill Co, at
Piontcr Mill Co 6pc.
Walalua Agrlt; Co p c
'all I t
1,1 ") laat
I III I .
Sales Hetwcen Hoards: 1000, Ho
nokan, $U.r0; 7r lloiiokaa, $10.7!; r0
Honokau, $10.7.'; M llouokaii, 10.75;
in Walalua, $87. 10 Mcllryde, $4.70;
20 Onhu Suit. Co., $28.50; SO Oaliu
Sug. Co., $2S.OO, $1000 I'loneer Cs,
$101; 40 Onomea. $34; 25 Olaa,
$4.87V4. Session; 10 McUrydc, $4.75;
25 I'aauhau, IIS.
Latest sugar quotation 4.38 cents or
$87.20 per ton.
London Beets, lis 7 l-2d
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Mambtrs Honolulu stock and Bend
. WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT STB.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
Adopts Some More
, At the meeting of tho sob-commit"
tco on entertainment hold this morn
ing In the. olllio of Fred. U Walilro'i
tho committee on Kitpcnn Palls was
aulliurl7ed to go ahead Immediately
with the clearing of thu trails and
beautifying the bushes mound the
falls, lalng the plans as outlined by
James Wilder. This was decided on
at tho liistaiuo of II. Ilertcliiiann,
who wanted to get authority before
putting the men to work. The com-
hjiittcc assured Hcrtclmann that tho
amount or $500 would bo collected to
pay the necessary expenses.
Superintendent Campbell of tho
Publie Works Department Informed
the committee by mall thut ho would
placo the Government barge, which
was loaned to Captain Otwoll for liar
bnr woik, at the' disposal of the
committee, to be used as 'the. landing
placo for tho l'lect near the Alakca
Chairman Walilrou icportcd that
tho chairmen of nrlous committees
would meet on Monday and Thursday
of ovcry week at 8 o'clock a. m. with
tho cxccutlvo lommlttce to dlscui
Kleot matters. The first meeting
will bo on Thursday morning,
W. E. Drown Informed tho com
mlttco that he would leave for tho
Coast shortly and suggested thut Cap
tain Charles W.Hxton of Toit Shat
ter bo appointed In his place. This
It was suggested that theatrical
performances should bo given during
tho stuy of the Kleot. Tho proposi
tion t thiow tho Hotel Haths open
to the visitors was freely discussed,
but no dcflnlto nc4lon was taken,
' The meeting then adjourned to
8 o'clock Trldny morning. Present
wero P I.. Waldign, Etnll Uerndt,
Cnptnln Hces, M. Phillips, J. T.
Guild. S, Ozakl. Dr. Mltaniuin, W, K.
Hiown, J. O, I.uttcd, II. Ilcrtelmann,
Wm. Hoogs nnd W. T. Lucas.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yoa .rlll ao surprised at Us cuoIIiir
nnd prcsarviitlvfl properties California
I'Yed Co,, agents.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
There is absolutely no publicity
attached to BULLETIN VACATION
TRIPS, nor is there any contest with
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyd StbK
II. II. Judd salts In tho lualanl this
afternoon for Moloknl.
The latest In ladles' belting ni.il
neck ruchlnlgs at Ilium's.
Property, Income and specific taxes
are due and payable now. .
G. N. Wilcox of Kauai !caCH for his
homo this afternoon on tho steamer
W. (1. Hall.
Mrs. C. Mr Hyde leaves for her homo
In the Hast by the S. S. AJamcdn on
Dxcclslor Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. R,
will meet this evening at 7.30 In Odd
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co, tor
up to-dato repairs.
Why Dot spend the summer at one
of tho Bcaslilo Cuttnges? Engage n
Hlshnp Libert Is booked In dcpail
on tho steamer Ivvalanl, which sails at
5 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho Hoola Hooiittt Sotlcty holds a
spclal meeting nt tho Mnternll
Homo tomorrow morning.
To wnjoy the best rtdo In an auto Iti
Honolulu ring up 200 for Jim Qulnn'i
now seven seated Fcerluss
Try tho bocr at th Hoffman. Ev
ery glass Just as cold as It should br
aud as snappy as can be desired.
Mrs. Mary Atchcrly called on tho
Acting Governor yesterday afternoon
In an effort to get Walhich pardoned.
Mrs. Itnvmond C. Drown anil two
children arc returning on tho Korea
after several moutlis vacation In the
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox nnd MIfh
Wilcox are booked to Icavo for KuuM
on tho W. G. Hall this uftcrnoon at 5
If oti haven't tried an egg drink nt
the Holllster Soda Fountain, j on have
minced tho best troal In Honolulu. Try
It, nnd see.
Tho Territorial Convention of tho
Democratic party, to select delegates
to tho Denver convention, will bo held
The Territory will shortly bring suit
against Hco Knt for tho rent of rlco
lands in Knpaa. Tho amount will ag
Mr. L. tie L. Ward Is not booked on
tho Illlonlan though his nnmo ap
liearcd In thu list of bookings sent
Among thoso who booked to Icavo
on tho steamer Mauna Koa today wero
A. K. Judd, II. W. Shingle, J. 11. Castlo
and 1,. A. Thurston.
If your fountain lien Is not giving
satisfaction, tho Hawjllan News Co.
will adjust It freo of chnrgo, no mat
ter whero It wns purchased.
Tho laqk of n quorum, tho meeting
of the Hoard of Archives called for
yesterday afternoon, was not held. It
will bb hchl tomorrow afternoon.
Tho General Arthur cigar has that
true, rich Havana flavor that Is so
much sought after by tho intelligent
smoker. M. A. Gunst & Co. sell It.
Tom Qulnn has gone Into Uio auto
hack business with a fine four-passenger
Uulck and la prepared to furnish
tho best possible servieo. Phono 381.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Tho Maul County Itepiibtican Com
mlttco has undnrrcd George Weight,
J. It Kahookelo and D. K. Knhaiilello
for npiKilntmcnt to tho county boanl
If )ou use a poor paint becniiso tt is
u Itttlo cheaper than Puro Prepared
Paint, )ou can't exptct It to last half
ko long or look half so well. lowers
ft Cooke, Ltd., agents.
Tho annual meeting of tho congio
gallon of St. Clement's, church will be
held this evening at 8 o'clock at thu
Parish House. All members of tho
congregation nro urged to attend.
Thuro's all tho difference in tho
woild li Bhlrts. Tho Star, Wilson
Hros, und Cluett shirts havu quality
Ktnmpod nil over them. Wo havu a
now lot in ox Alameda. Tho Kash
Emmanuel Itouglur, who recently
bought Fanning Inland, has proposed
to tho Wlrulcss Telegraph Company
that It, establish n powerful long-dls-tiuico
wireless station at Fanning and
A written request from the master
painters or the city, asking that In tho
lotting of contracts, tho contract for
painting ha let separate, has been
granted by Superintendent of Public
Works Mnrston Campbell.
Tho regular meeting of tho trustees
of tho Chamber of Commercu will bo
held tomorrow nfternoon In their
looms In thu Staugouwald building. A
weuk fiom tomorrow tho regular
bimonthly meeting of tho members of
tho organization will bo held.
Tho Subcommittee on Information
fur tho licet met jostcrday afternoon
nnd decided that a cnnclso gulilu
would lip published for tho bcnollt of
thn Jacklcs, nnd thut an Information
bureau would bo kept open tiny nnd
night. Tho coinmUteo will ask thu
.goncrnt committee for $425 to carry
uiii its worn.
All afternoon social will bo given by
Iho Ladles' Society of C. U. church nn
Thursday at tho homo of Mrs. A. F.
Griffiths. After r. short buslncsn meet
lug nt 3.15 there will bo n talk by Miss
Kmut und other interesting routines.
A convenient cntrnnco for those using
tho cars Is at tho Junction of Wilder
& Alexander streets. Conveyances
will bo waiting theio for those uiiablo
to walk up tho hill."
Chairman Trent of the Tcnltorlal
Transportation Committee Is sending
letters to Gen. II, Carter, Pant Isen
beig, J. P. Cooko, Chillies Hustuce, L
A. Thurston, Mr. von Hnmm, Edwin
nl'rls, Lincoln McCanilless, Mnrston
Campbell, Guy Gero, Chtis. r. Chilling
worth and Sam Dwtght, asking them
to act ns a roinmltteo In promote, thn
I'omplutlnn of a good nuto mad around
WELL IN THE LEAD-you'II
find us there in the matter
of correctly - made clothes.
Our HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
Spring Suits leave everybody and
everything else in clothes far
behind. We'll show you some of
the best things made.
This store Is tho homo of
Halt Sclialfticr k .Marx clothes
King St. near Fort Phone 651
lasts twice as long- as any other Roof
ing on the market, and gives the very
best of service all the time it lasts.
It is superior in every point to ev
ery other rcofinc It is absolutely
weather-proof, elastic, and odorless.
Anyone can apply it with a ham
mer and nails, and it STAYS.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KINO STBEET.
gg-U --!' JLIJ !-
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
delivered to you firm and sweet is a delicacy not to be
frowned at. We have something extra good from Hawaii.
Wc have installed cold-storage boxes in all of our delivery
wagons, so that the butter reaches you in splendid condition.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 881. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A' SPE
CIALTY. Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-kral Jersey InUs, 0 jib way of T. B., A. 7. C. C, Ne. 60247.
ami Guenon Lai. 2nd A. 3. C. 0., No. 62304, at service at 910.
Tel. 890 Th ft Pnn H Taaii.Tr
, by buying
and thtrn ,
buying your material. We think we can show you what
you require at prices that will SURPRISE you. Ask to he
shown our NEW LAWNS and other goods, at
E. W.Jordan & Co., Ltd.