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EVENINO ITJUJiTm. HONPUJUT. T II, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 19CS. S A
EVENINO mutvm, HONPLULU. T II, SATURDAY, XIAY 23, IOCS
;, QUIETLY DRESSY,
AND NOT EXPENSIVE
Woman's Welt Sole, street
tie. All sizes and widths.
I Mclnerny Shoe Store
MM.VM. ii.u.iii,iiM iiimii
of the United States consume seven times as much beer
per capita today as tiny did forty years ago. Why is this?
Because the beer of today meets a "long-felt want" of
mankind in the form of a mild, carbonated, alcoholic, stim
ulating, cooling, palatiblc, tonic drink.
The beer of today is good; the Best beer today is
This is a greet offering in ribbons. We are selling
the most fashionable shades and weaves for the price of or
dinary goeds. Our facilities for buying enable us to divide
with our customers.
Xi. AilOy, Nuuanu below Kolel
' THAT'S THE MOTTO AT THE
Try some other. Then try this. We have the Sole Agency and
have had it for years.
Because we have found it the best!
D:ninan has the finest Creamery in California.
LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD.
FAMILY GROCERS. . 1Q9 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 240.
Hawaiian Iron Pence
NEXT TO YOUNG ELDO., V8-1G0 KINO
. I Ali!MI
a W Baaaia Iiav -ajair
Oxford, a smart, attractive
m"iiiu i iv'tw"
HOTEL ST. NEAR POET.
I I jWBBfJ.ll.-l.
and Monument Works
. ia lujl a
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TE1
MEN OF MAUI
Kahakuloa Sale Results
In High Prices
(Special to the Itulletln)
WA1I.UKU, Mnul,, Mny 22.---l.and
Agent V. O. Alkon Bold at Wnlluku
court house Inst Monday several
leaseholds of Clovcrnment lands at
Kuhakulod. Tlie four pieces con
tained 2.G8C acres. The. total upset
prlco was 138'J, but so eager wero
tho people to obtain theso lands that
the leaseholds brought $1,071! per
annum, a flguro at which the Land
Agent would gladly dispose of the
lands In question outright were he
tho sole owner of the lands.
The pieces aro at Makamakaolc,
on the tableland overlook tho quiet
little hamlet of Kahakuloa, whero
Governor Kiear nnd Superintendent
of Public Lands Ptrttt, during their
recent tour, talked to the natives
about land matters. Tho successful
bidders nnd respective lots are as fol
lows: Lot 1 UK ncrcs, upset prlco
$111. no, amount realized $320; A.
Lot 2 177 acres, upset price, $77.-
rU, ,nmount realized $2CS; Mrs. Ne
vito. Lot 361 S acres, upset price $50,
amount realised $22!".; V. 11. Kcanu.
Lot i 1070 acres, upset prlco
$1C0, amount realized $205; M. Ke
The lands nro on tho highlands
adjoining J. W. L. Marshall's lease
hold Interests, nnd nro considered not
vciy good lands for ranching pur
poses, nnd too much exposed to the
weather for ngilcultural purposes,
and contain many gulches.
However, bo great Is tho thirst of
the Kahnkuloa pcoplo for land thai
many of them came to Wnlluku with
the expectation of bidding on the
lots, but they found that many of
tho monied citizens of Wnlluku nnd
Walheo had their eyes on the same
lots, and so were overbid. W. II. Ke
anu, one of tho successful hlddfsJi,
ulmljler. of oilier. leased UDVcrnniont,
lands at Kahakuloa, where he is run
ning several hundred head of cattle
already, and Is one o! tho few na
tives nt Kahakuloa who has perform
ed the conditions exacted In tho
HMD PROMISES TO '
Hllo, May 21. "It Is only niturnl
that I should bo pleaced nt securing
iho contract for building the Hllo
breakwater," said D. K. Metzger, tho,
successful contractor, to tho Herald
jeBterday. ' j
"My first Idea was to subcontract
Irom tho railroad. Ijiter that dovol-
oped into an Idea of making a contract
with tho railroad for transportation
and doing th whoW thing Itijsolf be
cause,, If they got tho contract and I
a sub-contract, they would want tho
big end to compensate foi their re
sponsibilities. Ho I thought that I
might as well go alono, letting tho
railroad sub-contract to furnish tho
plant for, and to do, tliq hauling. Tho
cost of transportation would then bo
a known quantity to mo and I could
make a better effort to swing tjio
whole thing. I found that suited them
ns they only wanted to sccuro tho
"I hnvo been figuring nnd estimating
on tho work for several months, und,
of course, was getting anxious as to
tho award that would bo mada by tho
Engineer Department In Washington.
It wns a relief to mu when I received
tho news on Saturday.
"You may say that I fully appreciate
tho magnitude of what I am undertak
ing, and I hope that when tho break
water is finished and accepted by tho
aoverntnent. It will bo as satisfactory
to tho noonlo of Hllo from a business
standpoint, nnd as reproductive, as
ino federal authorities anticipate.'
Joso' Farias, cottago, Kaluwcla lane;
. Mid-Pacific Institute, Munoa Valloyj
E. It. Ilalli.
Stijukl, baiber shop, Derctanla St;
A. Fernandez, cottage. King St,: K.
Jacinto t). Ollvelra, Pauoa road and
Nuuanu, cottago; Pjlares.
'.:. 8. Clinha, cottago, Vlnuyard St.;
C. H. Pllarcs.
S. Ozakl, store, King street; K. Okl.
John K. Kamanoulu, cottage, Hotel
St.; W. P. O'Brien.
S. K, Kanialoplll, Mlti I.ano, out
house; Ban Yuen Kce.
nishop Estate, cottttgo, Punchbowl
St.; K. H. lUth. l
Fred Harrison, changes In Union
C. Kusano, storo, 1731 South King
Leo Chli, four collages, Uljiop I.ajjo
off Nuuauu street,, , , ,' ,) , ,
Haw. Const, $ ,pray .'Co,,, , sja(je,
Qulnn Lai(o. ' , ;, . ,",,
M. Ohta, cottago, Klnau I4ue, ' , ', .
M, Oh,ta,, cottago. lfo'tel St , . .
M, piita, iilanlns mill, Hotel Si, , ,
HONOLULU STOCK OTAftCE
HONOLULU, May 23, 1908
me or- STOCK
Dicwrr b Co
Rwa rtintMlon Co ..,
IliwCom StSurCo ,,
Hawaiian Sugar Co.,,
Ilonomu Sujf Co . ,
Honokia Stifir Co .,
Ilatkt, Huvvr Co
KaliuVu Plailaln?i Co
r, pi ii ii
Kipahuic suinr to
Knloa Sugar Co ,,,
Mrllrytle Sugar Cn.
Oaha Sugar Co
Hnnm,, Wlr 11 .
Oolcola Sugar Plain Co
uiaa sugar uo ua
Faaliau Sugar PNnt Co
facuicugar .-villi. ,,.,
Pala Plantation Co ,.,,
Prprvkro Sugar Co...,
Wtlluku Sugai Co ,,.,
Waimanalo Sugar Co.
Walniea Sugar Mill Co
fiiter-lstand Stram NCo
Hawaiian Kurctlle Co..
Hon K Tilt I.CoPrri
Hon R T ft L Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Kibber Co.,
Paid Up .
Nahtku Ituhber Co Am.
MlloK R Co,
Hot, 11 .V MCo
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Haw Trr 4 pc...
Haw Tcr aft pc
Haw Tcr pc
Haw Gov't 1 pc......
Ca Beel Sug & Rl Co
Haiku Sugar Co A p c
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
HawCont ASugCof )c
Haw Sugar Co ope. ,
HlloK RCo Con pc
Hon K Tft '.. Co6p c
Kahuku P.atit Co 6 u c
(Mt-Hrvil, R Co a 6a
Ualiu Sugar Co jpc .,
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 p e i
I'ac- Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantation (. ....'
Pioneer Mill Co 6 pc .,
Watalua gric Co a p c
Sug. Co., $28.
Scsilon: 25 Haw.
Latest sugar quotatbn, 4.25 cents,
or $35 per ton.
Lordon Bepts, Ils71-2d
Henry Waterbousa Trust Co.,
Stock- autt-Bontl Oaiaitmant
HMetulu U nal
WiOmM WIUIAM.SON. Manasei.
fORT ANO'MERCHANT 8Ta '.
ITBU PRIVATE EXCHANOE 4.
aaaiapajaAlaassaJaaaasaaMaaj.11 a aa.
(Silcclal to the U u 1 1 e 1 1 u)
WAILUKU, Maul;,Muy 22. The
Maul County nglncor's department
Is having prepared a map of beauti
ful Ino Valley preparatory to asking
bids for building a road to this fur
famed dale. The public Is crying
for u public park at Knalaholo, tho
Tableland, and no one will decry tho
expenditure of public money to that
ond. The road from Wnlluku to tho
Needle, near the babe of the Table
land, is In excellent condition. Muny
people froln Wnlluku, Kahulul, Paia
and Mukawao !me been giving pic
nics" at lao Valley lately, especially
on Sundays, ami theso people who
wish to enjoy a quiet Sunday among
nature's plcturesquo surroundings
all see tho urgent need of a public
park at the Tableland, n plnce where
old and young may gather and en-
Joy tho scenery around th&m of won
HILO COMMENT ON
Hllo, Hawaii, May 21. Consider
able Interest was stirred up in Hllo
by tin recefpt of the last Illcs of Ho
nolulu papers In which It appeared
tho Judgo Ku'uluknu Is u candldato
for tho position of District Magis
trate for Hllo, In succession to Jtulge
Hapal. The Advertiser takes the
matter up editorially and, with faint
praise, asserts that "should he bo ap
pointed, thoio would bo no occasion
to question either tho Integrity or
the good Judgment of his court."
Advices from Honolulu which we)o
received in Hllo jesterdny indicated
that thero was at least a remote pos
sibility of Judge Kaulukou receiving
tho appointment, despite tho assur
ances which I. R. Hay, the well
known local attorney, is said to have
received from headquarters. Judgo
Kaulukou is at present In Honolulu,
as ho has been for some months past,
nnd thus has tho advantngo of being
on tho spot. It Is also asserted that
ho Is a personal friend of Chief Jus
tlco Hartwell, and the post is practi
cally In tho gift of the head of the
Meanwhile, the generally oxprcsscd
opinion In Hllo Is that the Judge
ship will fnll to Harry Irwin, who,
by tho way, has been III for somo
days past, J. U, Smith occupying tho
bench temporarily. Tho develop
ments In tho matter of tho appoint
ment ,wlll ho watched with consider-'
1 "1 ' , , a a
'London theaters, .'music halls and
concert halls,! provldosoatjng accom
modation for 827,000 people '
Anythiig worth having it worth
atking for. Ask the Bulletin Office
for information about the Vacation
Itent Franklin tars. Stkyds Hlbl?.'
I)r J rt. Pratt arrived this morning
on tho Mauna Kea,
Long glQcs, while nnd colors, nt
Whitney & Mnrsli'.i.
Ordjr your smoked hams from the
metropolitan Meal Co.
Stailcy Stephenson Is perfecting tie
kIriib for fleet decorations.
Hoik! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mc-
l.eod, for tho ple'asantest auto ride.
Jas A. Kennedy was a returning
passenger on tho Mauna Kca todaj.
A. V. T. llottomley was an arrival
today on the steamer Mauna Kca
Hlng 109 for flno Studebakcr, live
seated auto; tiny or night. Club
Tako your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. for
William McKlnley Lodgo No. 8. K.
'of P., will meet this evening nt 7:30
in K. of P. Hall.
For n thirst, n good bite, and a
"Bhake" with nl your sporting friends,
go to tho Fashion.
Tho Jury In the Moses Kokl ras
w.is excused yesterday afternoon un
til Monday morning.
Why not spend tho summer at 'one
of tho Seaside Cottages? Engage a
Tho band will play this afternoon nt
tho baseball games. Tho Sunday con
cert will be nt Aala Park.
To t'liloy tho best ride in an auto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qulun's
now seven-seated Ftorless.
A. Hannebcrg. auditor of Hackfeld
& Co., left for Klpahutu Sugar Co. yes
terday afternoon In tho Clnudlno.
W. II. Castle was among thoso who
booked to tlvpnrt In tho Manchuria
yesterday afternoon, for tho mainland.
You should observo tho first law of
nature and get first aid to tho injured
gas stow. Seo tho Honolulu Oai
I.. K. Kcntwell, formerly of Hono
lulu, was lecently chosen secretary of
tho Chinese Young Men's Club in New
Attorneys A. F. Judd, J. Mghtfoot
nnd A, W Carter wore among tho In
coming passengers on tho Mauna Kca
Don't fall to stop at Sachs when you
aro down-town, Tho display of wash
materials and specials Is suo to inter
Captain Humphreys, chief of tho
United States Quartermaster's Depart
ment here, returned today on tho Man
.There is still time to. profit by tho
ftjwcla) tene of Turklsh,catton, and
linen towels at Ulom'S. Don't fall to
Attorney C. W. Anhford was a pas
senger on tho steamer Claudlno, which
tailed yesterday at 5 o'clock In tho
Senator W. J. Coelho of Maul camo
down this morning on tho Mauna Kea.
Ho will bo In town fur a few wcuks
Hnlelwa Is a good placo to spend
any day Thcru Is always something
doing; painty of good things to eat
ami lots of company.
When you nro hungry for a soda,
why not try the Alexander Young
Cafe As for a Summer Olrl, Chop
Buoy, or Peach Special.
On Installments of 3 per month you
can purchase n Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine Ilcnny & Co., Ltd.,
ngents. 12C0 Fort 8L Phono 488.
Tho Judgnit i la tho crso of Paul
Peter against t!:u American uc.ooncr
Robert Lewers was paid yesterday af
ternoon and tho case was settled.
Mr. .and Mrs. Wlllard Drown nnd
children sailed In tho Manchuria yes
terday for tho States, to bo absent
from the Territory for n few months.
If your caih register doei not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: fhone 143.
Attorney J L. Coko of Wnlluku,
Maul, left yesterday on tho steamship
Manchuria for tho States to bo Jires-j
S. Manuka Spencer of Walmea, Ha
waii, arrived this morulug in tho Mau
na KCa to bo ono of thu wltncsBos In
tho Kokl caso, which Is being tried
before Judgo Dolo.
General and Mrs. McClollan nnd
chlltl departed In tho Manchuria yes
terday afternoon (or San Francisco.
Mrs. , McCli'llau was formerly MImb
Halstead of Walalua.
Thu latest development In tho prog
ress of tho world towards purer and
better 'ood is Crown flour, milled by
thu new Patent Roller Process. Aek
for II. Tlu-o. II. Davlca & Co.. Ltd.
A motion was filed In tho Circuit
Court yesterday afternoon by neputy
Attorney General Larnach to havo the
murder tilal of Mlomura and Macds
set. They have been In Jail for twi
Tho regular monthly meeting or tho
Guild and Woman b Auxiliary or St
Aiidrow'x Cathedral will ho hold nt
half at tw on Monday afternoon,
May 25, at tho residence of Mrs. von
Holt, on Judd street.
W. 0. Smith, Ilconso Inspoctor for
tho county ot Kauai, sailed uy thu
Manchuria yeBtcrday afternoon. Ho
iroea to tho mainland for hia health.
Tho Uoard of I.Iociibo Commissioners
of Kauai havo appointed J, II. Coney
to succeed him as license Inspector,
On Invitation, the members of (Jpo.
W. Do I-oiiK Post, O. A. U., and Theo.
Roosevelt Camp, No. 1, United Span
ish War Veterans, will attend sor-
Wees nt tho Methodist Church BimtMy
ovcntiiR, In memorial of tho soldiers .
and sailors of '61-'C5. Ilev. Crano
will deliver tho sermon.
Captain Nahora Ulna, formeily of
the "KIiik'b' Own," and now military
Instructor of tho Kameliamclia 1'ie
naratorV'CiidotB.'wIll run for th now
Inatlon as a candldato for. tho lloupo
of IfcprpijfntatlvoB on thctltopubllcan
ticket, Tho announcement of hlB can
didacy was initio yesterday.
are goinc to be. nil the thing in Ho-
nolulu. How do we know? Well,
just because they are the right thing,
the sensible thing, in this climate.
They're dressier, cooler, and more)'
appropriate for evening occasions'
than black suits. They will, in
time, relegate the claw-hammer to
You should be among the first of
the men who will wear our Hart,
Schailncr & Marx white serge Tux
edo suits, half lined in silk.
ELKS' BUILDING, .KINO ST., nr. PORT. PHONE 651.
i a i ii n nil ii suKii'igsaaLifl
DIXON'S SILICA GRAPHITE
Protects and beautifies all exposed wood nnd metal
surfaces. For this purpose, it is the most 'durable, eco
nomical, and beautiful paint ever made.
Surfaces properly painted have not required re-painting
for over 15 years. That's because Graphite is not af
fected by Acids or Alkalies.
Don't put an inferior paint on anything you value.
LEWERS & COOKE, Lid.,
177 SOUTH KING STREET.
Delicious Smoked Hams
AND BACON. Not too fat
the meat juicy. Bake one
the chef of the S. S. China
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Honolulu Gonstructian and Oraying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. TH, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Siil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
Tkt pnre-.rei Jersey Balls,
ni tntnn Lad, 2nd A. J. C.,C
Tel. 890 The
From New York
10c a yard
For a Few Days at
LW. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
but just fat enough to make
for Dinner after the fashion of
and you will have something
Ojibway of Y.B., A. J. C. C. N. 60247,
No. 62204, at service at $10.
(6 2-3c a yard
. Mini V