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!! HUMAN SYSTEM
Nccdu something to repair the
waste of the body and stimulate the
In the raild alcoholic stimulant
and malt tonic of PRIMO, " there's
ju3t the right combination.
for men, women, and children. Guaranteed quality, good
material nnd fast color. TEN CENTS A PAIR. Extra
quality WINDOW CURTAINS Roing this week at FIFTY
CENTS A FAIR.
L. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Have You Tried Them ? You get them at the
!,The Home of Sweets
Tr? some other.
have had it for ycarr.
WAtLUKU K.P. HALL
HAD NARROW ESCAPE
Apparently Incendiary Fire Discov
ered In Nick of'Tlme. Hole
Burned In Rear.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
LOCAL AND tENERAL
HONOLULU. June 8 1908 Jou can spend your vacation any-1
- , J . , 'where without expense by letting the
. ' hm ' u- I bulletin. Plan solve your outing prob-
(Special lo tho Mullet In)
WAILUKU, Miiul, June r.. Thu
large two-Mory wooden building
owned by tlie Knights of I'ythlns,
Aloha. Lodgo No. 3, Httuutc nn Mill
street, between tlio old Wnlluku do
iot ami tlic Walluku Sugar Com
liniiy'H new mill, luul n rloso call
finiii lieliiK dcstioyed ly flro last
Sunday night. Tito lower Hour la
used by the Maul Wlno and Manor
Co., wlille the upper story In lined by
tho Knlghta ns their assembly linll,
mid Ih rented ns u general entertain
I). L. Meyer, mannKcr of tho Maul
Wlno and Liquor Company, waa out
Sunday cu-nlng mill lie leturned
about 10 o'clock. He looked around
the building especially at tlio rear
and saw nothing uitusual, ao ho went
home, which la only a few feet in
the rear of tho Temple.
At about "midnight Mra. Young
Tung, tho Chinese wife of a promi
nent Chlneso merchant who lias n
stole adjoining tlio K. 1. building,
saw fiom her back window llamea
arising from some object placed In
tho rear of the building. Sho arous
ed her husband. ,who Immediately
ran to the becne oi mo lire, lie
woko up Mr. Meyer and Mr. Florcs,
and with tho help of n few other
outsiders who welo attracted by the
nolso of the Hie, which had already
burned about Ilfty squnro feet of tho
rear of the building, they put out
the blaze. Tho lire started from a
heap of old empty whisky boxes plied
up in tho lear of the building. 'Who
set flro to tho 'boxes la a mystery.
Tho general belief la that tlio lire
was Incendiary and not accidental.
Several places In Wnlluku liavo been
entcied during thu week, but noth
ing of value Is icpoitcd missing.
nam pi- STOCt
Itwi rUMntlnn Cn ....
llHnHllAfi Ark. Cn, ...
Hnw Cum ft Silt- Co
llrmnmtl Miir co .
IfntmkJA SuRflr Co . ..
Kuliukil I'ln'ilntloil Co
Kilui rinnlnl!,-.:i (.o l.lil
Klpihulu Sujtf Co . . . .
Kulufl SURflr Co
flibu Sugar Co
flnnmf m Stifftf Co ....
OtikoUSiiRnr 1'l.lnt Co
uiai Mitiar tn 1.10 .
Dluwmti in ,.
PARliAti SJear TNtil Ci
t'alu I'lJiitnlioti Co ...
rrtMftkto Stienf Co....
I'ioncxr Mill Co.. ,.,,.
Wfiialii-l A.ilr C
WVIuku SiiAt Co ....
Watniri Sucnr Mill Co
liitct-Ulnnil St cam N Co
llaMalian KirdllcCo. .
Hon H T ft I. Co I'rtl
Mini K I , 1. Lo l.nii
Mulual TIpjiIioc Co
Ptit Up , ....
Oalm R& I. Co.. ..i.
linn II A Al Co:
Il.lwatl.ttl pinclliptt Co.
Unw ler 4 pc..... ....
tlfttt Trr 4U V c
Ha Tcr 4h pc i
llawCov'l s tc
Ca BrI Suk c Rcl Co
Ham. Dllch Co.,
Upper Ditch M
Haw Suicnr Co ti p c...
Hlto K RCo Con ope
Hon RTKi LCotpc
Kaliuku P.ant Co 6 p c.
(Mini Kft I.Co6!lc..
Oiltu Suar Co s p c . .
Cla Suicar Co 6 p c.
I'ac- Siik. Mill Co, Cl
Pata Hlanlitllo.1 Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 tic ..
Waialua Acri- Co s p c
vmaiiKi) 'mi '2'H
J..lt.'."V. ii HI
ltent Franklin caia. Stkyd StbU.'
Ohelo Jam, the famous Volcano ber
ry, at rll eiocern antl factory.
Hcuk! Honkt Call 1111, J. A. Me
l.cod, for tho plriitmnlPbt auto ijde.
Sliimtl luittiii fin- uiilo nt tnw tirlrit
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: and easy terms. Trent Trust Co., l.ttl.
Itlng 100 tor duo Sludobakcr, five-
the mi mu
On account of theru being no ex
press on tho China, tho management
of tho new Art Theatre will bu unnlilu
to open this ctcnlng. Thn films will
undoubtedly bo hero, bnwoor, on the
llllonlnu nnd If so. the opening will
tnkn place on Wednesday evening. '
Sale Detween Uoards 25 Hon.
I). & M. Co., $22. Seshlon 10 Olaa,
SI: 18 Mcllryde, Jl: 10 Ewa, $27.75;
GO 'Olaa, $1.
Latest sugar quotation 4.375 cents
or $87.50 per ton.
The Odd Fellows held memorial
bervlces jestcrday In memory of tho
departed, l'ast Noble Grand K.y.
Rowo officiated. The services wcro
hold In tlio Odd Fellows' hall,
whenco the members proiccded to
Nuuanu Cemetery In Bpcclal cars to
di-corato tho graves of their dead.
Tho graves In Maklkl und Kawala
hao Cemeteries wero also decorated.
Tho organizations that took part
In tho bervlces wcro Rxcelalur Lodge
No. 1, Ilaiiiiony l.odgo No. 3, Oalm
Canton, rutrlarchs Militant, I'olyne
sla nncampmelit, nnd Pacific and
Ollvo Brunch lodges of Keboknh.
London Beets, lis 3d
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go.
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Member Honolulu 'Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manatrr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
PATRICK COCKETT MANAGER
FOR C0RNWELL RANCH
(Special to tho II ill lot in)
Walluku. Maul, .luno 5. Patrick
Cockctt has resumed Ills position as
manager of the Cornwcll et.tato
ranch, and has gone up to Kula this ilc )
Then try this. We have the Sole Agency and
NEW - TO-DAY
edited auto; day or night. Club
Why not spend tho summer at one
of tho Seaside Cottages? Kngago a
AM kinds of beer, wlnus and mixed
di Inks (ire rerved In the best manner
at the Fashion, Just glut us a try.
It. Stuesser, the Kolna tlmekeepui,
left for his home In derm my last
week and ban been succeeded by Phil
A thief entered a house on the cor
ner of Hnckfold and Prospect streets
Saturday evening. Ho took only a
few dollars In change.
Charles Weatherbee, bookkeeper of
the Olaa plantation. Is expected back
from tho mainland by the Huterprlse
at thn end of this month.
Tho Knssebeer baby, that so trug
Ically lost Us mother on their arrival
In Honolulu, has found a homo with
tho Kggei kings nt Walluii.
The special features at Sachs' this
morning proved n great attraction for
shoppers, and theio wus nn unusual
number of sales this morning.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family Kotnry
rowing machine Denny & Co., Ltd.,
ageiits, 12G0 Fort St. Phono -188.
Tomorrow Is positively the Inst day
of the big sale at Illom's of ladles'
mitsllu underwear, Tho sale will
cloro tomouow night at t o'clock.
Oo to tho moonlight concert at
Halclwa next week and enjoy the
ilnnco that will follow It. Manager
llldgood will neo to your comfort.
Tho genial "Charllu" nt the Orpheuni
saloon hap Imported some New Jersey
mosquito egga which are on exhibition
at his placu mid mo well worth seeing.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Fhone 143.
Men of the particular class aro find
Ini; smart styles In summer footwear
at thu Mclnerny Shoo Store. New
College man's styles at $3.S0, $1 nnd
Onia rlolhmd of Hawaii haa been
granted a divorce from John Holland
on the ground of neglect nnd fnlluro
to provide. Sho secured thu custody
of the child.
W. M. Glffnrd went to llllo last
Wednesday on u visit to tho Noleano.
He recently bought one of thu mouu-j
tain lots and will proiianiy arrange
The business man who wants a shoo
that liu can depend on is InWtcd to
call and see tho lightweight vlcl wld
Illiichcr Oxford nt tho Manufacturers'
Shoo Co., Ltd. Price, $0.
Lahalnalitna school closes on June
9. T'n) exercises will taku place at 10
a. m nnd will close shortly after tho
noon hour, at which time a loan will
Tho public Is Invited.
Summer is fairly
at hand, or the
time for new
clothes has actu
ally come, we'll
be very glad to
show you the
finest lot of good
things to wear
that ever came
into this town.
This store is tho homo of
Hart Schaffner & Mnrx
ELKS' 3LDG., King nr. Fort.
CoDVricht Joo8 by
Hrt SchifTner Ic Mux mm ,
Plenty of Water
When there's a Water Shortage, you'll have plenty
of good, fresh water, if you have one of our
Made of the best Redwood, with round iron hoops.
They are Non-Shrinkr.ble, and so never leak. They keep
the water sweet and fresh.
We have them in sizes from 500 gallons upward.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING STREET.
week to relieve Mr. Mackenzie, who Don't fall tit take ndvnntnge of tho
will do vote all his attention to the spiclal dispensation that Ih now In
interests of the Itaymond ranch. Mr. foiee. Join now, and ho assured of
Cocketl will Mill have the supcn.s- H ; ,1 In. risen Mutual
tng management of tho Walluku " '"" . ' . '""" .. Hr" "I,
Meat Mai Let Co, Ltd., Walluku.
M'VEIGH VISITS WA1LUKU
Became vc have found it the best!
Denmau has the finest Creamery in California.
LEWIS Sz COMPANY, LTD.
FAMILY GROCERS. 1G9 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
nu frrfrvyM'-w.Ti' ma
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO VOUNO ULCIG.. 78-180 KING RTREET.
Has M6vecl to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TE1
IN THK ClllCL'lT COUUT OF TUB
Flist Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probata: nt Chambers, In tho Mat
ter of tho Kstato of A. 11. Loo
Ngawk, tlctetibed. Heforo Judge Al
exander Lindsay, Jr. Order uf No
tlco of Petition for Allowance of Fi
nn! Accounts and Dlscluir.io In tills
Kstate. On reading and tiling tho
petition nnd accot'nu of L. Apsnn of
Honolulu, O.ihu, thu Ailiiiluistrutor
of thu i:3tntii of A. H. Loo Nguwk,
Into of thu Umpire of China, but for
merly u icsldent of this Territory,
wheicln ho asks to bo allowed $13,
C1S.0S and ho'clKiigcs hlmnolf with
$31,113. tilt and asks that tho Kruno
may be examined nnd approved, und
that a final older may be made of
dlftillmtlon of the pioperty rcmnlu
lug in hta hnnds to the pertona thore
fo entitled, and discharging htm nnd
his siirctlca fiom all fuithcr rcapon
nihility as such Administrator, it la
ordered that Wednesday, tlio l&th
day of July, A. 1). 1908, at 9 o'clock
a. m bcfoiu tho Judgo of said court
at the court room of tho said court
nt Honolulu, Island of O.ihu, bo and
tho hiima hereby la appointed us tho
time and plnco for hearing said peti
tion und accounts, antl that all per
sons Interested may then and there
nppear and show cntibe. If any tht-y
have, why tho samo iihould not bo
grunted, und may present evldonco as
lo who "are entitled to the said piop
oi ty. And that notlco of this outer,
In tho KngllBh language, be publish
I'd lu tho F.venlng llulletln newspa
per printed and published In Hono
lulu unco a week for three successive
wcekB, the lutt publication to he not
less than two wceka previous to tho
time tbeieln appointed for jsald bear
Dated at Honolulu, this Sth day (if
ALi:.'ANI)KIt LINDSAY, JR.,
2nd Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
Attest: JOHN MAUCALLINO,
Clerk of tho Clicult Couit of
tho First Circuit.
102:1 Juno ti, in, 22, 29,
There was n Inrgo attendance at
Kawnluuno church i'sleulay at the
services In commemoration of Kanie
hamchn tho Great. Tho membcra of
Kniuehameha Lodge attended In a
'lho H0011I11 am! Hoola Lahul So
ciety will hold Its icgulnr monthly
meeting WVimemluy morning, 10
o'clock, nt tho Kaiilolaul Maternity
Homo. All members aro requested to
Lawieiico Kon Vim Chlng, son of
(Special to tho II u I le t In)
Walluku. Maul, June 5. J. D.
McVeigh, superintendent of tho lep
er settlement, waa a caller ot W11I-luku-today
and ho will return to hli
home on Molokni by tho steamer
Iw.ilanl via Lahalna tomorrow uft-l
ernoon. Mr. McVeigh camo hero onlchliig Ahmr;, seventeen eara of agu.
special buKluesa and Incidentally lo vhh drowned ut Walklkl public batli
ctudy the political horizon on Maul. .Ing placo last Saturday night. Hu
which ho was nssuied. as far as his .was t swlnimlng with suwnil of bis
tmiv Ih i-iitippiniil was still briulit clnstmalcs. nrtor they had a picnic,
paity la eoiicouiiti, was sum origin. ,.., 1. ,,,,.1,1,,,. nm-n-iu,i in fni
peicon: thu thin, graceful woman Is
the 0110 who has admliera. (Iriiiul
maun'B ohcelty tea at llenson, Smith
BETTER BUTTER THAN EVER
and it will cost ybu less. We have just received the larg
est consignment we have ever had and offer it at
CRYSTAL SPRINGS 35 cents lb. '
WHITE CLOVER 30centslb.
PARKER'S RANCH, 2 lbs 70 cents
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
QUOTATION FROM I
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; aho deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Bhck Sand. Broken Coral, Garden Sjil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Balls, Ojlbway of Y.B., A. 3. C. C. No. G0247,-
FED THE POOR
TeLJiH) The Pond DaiFy
i.e. f'n Mil. tiriv ront-i ii bottle, will
"At first he artel as they, always do i m!lv,L, yim thin mill keep you healthy
-denied the uxlrtcncu of any letters. 1 TiilaveH last Saturday entcied tho
but I Insisted, and ho was about to letddcncu of c. F Kckuit nt Collogj I md Guenon LaI, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2301, at service at $10.
yield to my demand, when a vlsltoi
wns afinoiiiieed I thought at once
that It must bo father. It always Is.
It waa. I "hid. Another visitor, I felt
that It waa you It waa. Oh tho agony
of being lu there, nut knowing wheth
er ho 8'iapecleil you or not, but ulnaya
leady to Jump Into tho bieuch and
comptoinlso myself to savu you."
Amy lu "Allco Slt-Ily-tho-Flre."
Hills, taking away a big tiimk belong-1
lug lo thu Japanero tenants. They
broito It open at a spot Bcveral bun
dled feet from tho Iioiieo, taking two
gold rliiSB, but overlooking certified
chicks amounting to $700.
Tho Maul News saya: Tho echoos
from thu telephone announcing that
Treasurer Campbell had appointed an
Oalm man as Tux Assessor for Maul
In preferencii to n number of appli
cants fiom Mnul wcro almost iiiinui
mously as follows:
Did you ever
Well I'll bo d .
Thu children who nro to take pail
Seated at tho head uf tho table
around which sat twelve poor moti,
Illslion Libert blessed the poor and
dined with them nt tho Feast of tho tl ,10 children's flinty tiaily, to bo glv-
Holy (ihost jestcrday noon lu the ion next Saturday night nt tho Moiuia
Catholic Church pieinlses. Tho Con-jHotcl. nro practicing their dainty
......ii,. i.'.. ...i u-mii nrcMiiti Tho fliiirch istena nud graceful posca In a whole-
nnd tho booths that wcro temporal- J?,"'!"'?!:
II1U Blltvuna ui iiu riiiLiMiiiiii;iii, ,.-
tor lho eiiteitiilnment, a general dunce
will bo held. As tho performnneo will
bo over by 10 o'clock, there will bo
(lino for many dunces, ami all who
attend will hae a good time.
Ily elected for the occasion wero fit
tingly, decouited, Tho baunois ot
vuiIoiib organizations worn conaplcu
ous around tho giounds, making n
voty attractive appearance. Early
yesterday morning there wns tho cer
emony of the washing of feet nnd j MUST EAT TO DRINK ON SUNDAY
thn clothing nnd feeding of twelve' . ..
..,., .iv ii ,c .,.i mwI At mo meeting oi uio iioaru oi ,
, " , ' " Liquor CommlssloiH-ra held Saturilav
llawallans, ,,ri.iiiii.nn ll wi,h ilenlileil ili.it ilrlnka I
In tho future could only bo sold with i
meals. The Union (lilll, which had
Ha lleenro lennwrd Saturd'y, agreed J
ID HUB, I no licenses oi ko;i. 11.
Klemme, mid Wugner & (bmsnlves
weie louowi'il. The mailer of the ap
plication of Peacock & Co,, for a
wholesale license, mid flcotty Meston,
will rnmo up this afternoon at s
Cold watch with fob, on Klnfs Btreet.
Itotiiru llulletln olllre; lewaul.
From New York
10c a yard
16 2-3c a yard
For a Few Days at
E.W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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A'.iJ&.'Mife K'.P-.ft?ti&tk. --MfcU I.