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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1003.
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Hero's a POT AY
of the best quality and
good, honest make, and
we're offering1' it to you
You can't beat that
anywhere. We guaran
tee it for the style
Mclnerny Shoe Store
associate Beer with the Saloon, and the Saloon with the
ignorant and vicious, and judge them both accordingly.
It is true that Beer is sold in Saloons.
Cards are used in gambling dens, but that doesn't re
flect upon your quiet game of whist in your home.
Bottled FRJMO Beer is the best malt tonio you could
take. "A Glass With Your Meals."
of all kinds, of all shades, and of all widths. Bibbons for
'dresses, for hats, for hair, and for flowers." Just the kind
for the graduation exercises. Very cheap for the quality.
I. "Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Our Ice Cream tastes "like more."
It's made of pure, fresh milk and cream. Purest and
best in the city.
Wc fill special orders promptly.
PALM CAFE, The Home of Sweets
PHONE 311.- I DELIVERED TO' HOMES.
Pleased With Work
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jon) 20.1908
D0NT WANDER OFF
Buy your BUTTER where you can be assured of dual
ity. ' Wc have the best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT'S C H E A P I j
The ro3ull3 of the careful training
were manifested nt the closing exer
cises of the Kalnbitil School Friday
morning. Mrs. Nlnii d. D. 1'rnshcr,
the principal, assisted by her iishIhI'
ants, received the guests and assign
ed them to feats.
At the Hinging of "Ho del no Ktt
lulanl," dedicatee) to tho Into J'lln
cess Kalulanl, Minn Annie Charlton,
one of the pupils of tho school,
enmc forward und decorated the por
tralt of tho late Princess with lels of
Mima, tuberose, malic, cnrnntlon, and
other flowers. The decorating ended
simultaneously with tho singing of
Tho hall, cspcclnlly the Btngc, vni
attractively .decorated with nrtifkhl
butterflies made of colored paper. On
tho blackboards wero pictures of 'lil
ies and other flowers, all of whlrh
wnro drawn by tho pupils. Princi
pal Mis. Frnshcr expressed great
plcasuro at the progress made by the
puplln. during the year. The attend
nnee has been large during the term
and out of the whole student body
about ono hundred children attended
rcgulnrly without 'missing n day.
Their names weio read nt tho cloio
of the exercises, after which a bas
ketball game was played. Tho uni
forms wero of green and yellow, the
Governor Cleghorn, who Is usually
present on such occasions, wns repre
sented by a card, which he sent
through Miss Cleghorn, his niece.
Tho nudlcnce was of cosmopolitan
character. It consisted of vurltnis
races whoso children arc pupils at
tho school. The singing und tho
dancing of tho pupils were' especially
Tho bootblack drill and tho broom
drill v.-cro given with perfection. Tho
doll exorcises and tho Russian dance
amused tho nudlenco Immensely,
causing many Asiatic parents to
stand to 'sec their children go
through tho motions. Tho dialogues
of different characters wero particu
larly interesting to the visitors, and
the whole program wns run off with
out a hitch.. Mrs. Krnshcr and her
assistants wero , tho recipients of
many congratulations and tho par
ents eanio away greatly satisfied
with tho exercises. Judging from
what somo'of tho parentB said, It is
apparent that the school will ho over
crowded nt tho commencement of tho
school year, asaa good many of tho
parentB desire to send their children
to tho Kalulanl school.
Following was tho program:
1 "O, (Hvo Mo a Homo by tho
2 Dialogue, "Opening Speech."
3 rather Time and Ills Children,
. 4 Dialogue, "Parliament Law,"
5 Flag Exercise, Room fi.
6 Doll Kxcrclsc, Room 2,
7 Ilootblack Drill, Room 10.
8 Song, "Ho del no Kalulanl,"
9 Klowcr KxerciFc, Room 3.
jo "Jcbub, Lover of My Soul,"
12 Urdom Drlfl, Room R.
12 Highland, Schottlsche, Room
13 Teddy Hear Skit, Room 4.
14 Russian Dance, Room 11.
15 Ilurlcsque. Room 11.
1C Rainbow Fairies, Room 9.
17 Tho (Ihost School, Room 13.
18 Old Country Dance. Room 10.
19 A Grotesque, Room 8. .
20 "Aloha Oe," Chorus.
Ilusketball game, Rooms 12-13.
KAMI OF BTOCC
2 Brtwer ft Co..
Kwa FlaMatlon Co
Flaw Com StSncCo .,
Hawaiian Stitir Co...
Ilminmu Sugar Co ...
Honnkaa Sugar Co. ,,
Katiuku Plantation Co
Klialmlc Sugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co
litrmu-aMiaarCn .... Ijmhmi
OoVnta Suirar Unit Col '"."
OlM Siiuar Co Un ... UOIUOI
nitmani un... .... i""
faJliau Sugar l'lnl Co Vol.ioi
Pucllii- Sugar Mill...... ',""
Pala r-tanlatlmiCo .... J'fliH)
rMlmSnjAr Co ..
Pfpffkrn Sugar Co....
Wrlluku hugai Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Cl.
Wa Intra HMr Mill Co
Inter.Nlaittt Steam N Co
Hon K T . L Co rrel
Itou RT. VI. Co Cum
MiiluM Tvlft'tinnc Co
S'ahlk'i KLbbw Co.,
Paul III ...
Naliiku Rul.Wt Co Ai
OalmR At I. Co.., ....
Illlo K H Co . ,,,
Hen tl At . Co- . . ..
Itaw Tt.r 4 rHi,ii.,
Haw Tcr I pc...,..
Haw Govt t dc
Ca ttctt Sug !k Rtl Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Hani. Dllcti I'o,
Unkt Dilch 6a
Haw Com Ac Sug Co j
Haw Sugar Coe pc...
Illlo R H Co On b pc
lion R T ft LCu6p c
Kflliuku P.ant Co 6 It c.
Mrllrvilt S Cn'i6a
Oahtl RAEl.Co6pc' .
Oahu Sugar Co s p c
Claa Sugar Co 6 p c.
I'ac- Sug.-Mlll Co, t
Pal PUntatln,! Co ....
Pioneer Hill Co 6 pc.
Walalua Agile Co ipe
If Wvf'''TaaaaBa5Tl7aM'lai .,i..i
I Milllf ill
more buying power
than ever here be
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Summer Suits, made in their
best style, and priced by us
to show how much value can
be squeezed into that limit.
Elks' Bid., King near Fort
Copyright 1908 by Hart Schiffher It Mtrx
Sales Between Hoards: 25 II. C. &
C. Co., $95; 15 Walalua, $82.50; $5dOO
Pac. S. SI. Co. Cs, $100.
Latest Sugar quotation 4.3125 cents
or $86.25 per ton.
London Beets, 1 Os 10 l-2d
Sugar, 4.3125 -
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Depattmant
Mtmbira Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE'EXCHANOE 4,
'. LOSES GILMAN
Resigns At The Open
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO. Limited
Telephone 45 s
GARFIELD IN HILO
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLOQ., 178180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
Illlo, Juno .18. In response to a
wIipIcsb incsBiiRo received on Tuesday
by 0. H. Vicars fnim I,. A. ThurBton.
some Illlo citizens wero quickly called
toKcthcr and nrrnnRonicntH mado to
tcculvo Secretary Oarfleld. C. C. Ken
redy watt appointed ex officio chair
niau wltli a workltiK cgmmltloe com
posed or John T. Molr, K. N. Holmes,
W, McKay, Jr., C. Castondyk and 0.
II. Vicars. Tho steamer Manna Ken
Is scheduled to arrive ut tho wharf In
illlo nt 9 o'clock on Saturday morn
Iiib. Then Bccrotury Oarfleld will havo
I ho uso of Mr. Kennedy's automobile
for a ilrlvo In tho vicinity, lelurnliiR
In time to ho at tho Armory nt 11
o'clock, when A public reception wll
bo tendered to' tho Secretary, at which
nil citizens aro cordially Invited to bo
present. Tho reception will last till
noon wlicn thero will ho adjournment
for lunch at tho Demosthoncg Cafe.
At 2:30 p. m., tho Secretary and hla
party will Btart for tho volcano, un
less arrangements aro mado for it
Bpeclal train to leave a littlo earlier
In tho day.
All membcis of Hawaii Chapter No.
1, Order of Kamehamcha, aro fratern
ally requested to assomlilo on thu
Kwa sldo of tho Executive Uulldlnt:
this Saturday evening' at 7M5 o'clock,
for. tho purpose of vIovvIiik Ihe lenialtiH
,Mf Hit' Into I'iIuco D.nlil Kiiwnn'ina
Joe Oilman tendered his reslKtia-
tlon aa a member of the Hoard of
Llccnso Commissioners yesterday lift-
crnooii nt tlui open mectliiK. He Rave
no re.tbon why he riivo up hls.duties,
merely stating that he had sent In a
letter formally tendering his resigna
tion, leaving It to bo' surmised that
he was forestalling any decision from
tho Attorney Rcnoral concerning Urn
right he had to bo n member of the
"Scotty" Meston was again turned
down. This time Ills application Ma
ted that If his license weio granted,
it would bo transferred to Mis. Mcs
ton'Hvnamc. However, the II0070
Hoard refused to consider It In any
Licenses wero granted as follows:
V, A. Schuefcr & Co.. first class; T.
I'. Joluihon, Ilnnoiillull, haloon; Ah
uno.i, ueeiti, Biiitioni iioiiHaivi-H ac t"ul
first class; Y Muruoko, Wulmanalo,
saloon; nnd Carl Iluschgclsf, Kakn-
A transfer of the llccnso of 1 .011 Is
I). Warren from tho Uncora saloon to
tho Hoffman saloon, ncioss tho cor
ner on Nuuanu nnd King streets,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Any other way than the B u 1 1 e
tin Vacation Plan involves the
spending of money (or an outing. Ask
for a booklet,
'ilent Franklin cars. Btkyd. Stbli.
I II Itnrtlolt In linrr. ml II visit lo
his brother, of the l'rlmo brewery.
Mcalu are being served regularly as
tisual-at tho Itoynl Annux. "Scotty's."
Illng 10D lor-flno Studcbaker, flvo
scutcd auto; day or night. Club
The wife and daughter of William
Mutch, the conti actor, came In un tho
Dr. K. K. Ostrom Is a plijslclnn
who come3 to take a place ut the
Ico cream nnd cake, ten, etc., will
bo nerved at the Seaslilo at popular
prices, every Sunday,
Miss I.011I0 Stncey will glvo n'Icc-
turo on the "Miracle oniodlly Health"
tonight, 8 'o'clock, at Art League. 1
Hon. Jnhics U. Uarflcld, accom
panied by Governor Krear. left for H.v
wall last nlpht In tho Mnnnit'Kpa.t '
All klndB of beer, wines and mixed
drinks nrO served in tho best inamior
nt tho Pnshlon. Just glvo us n try.
Mlclii Sitoimga, shortstop for tho
Japanese Athletic Club, left on tho
.Manna Loa c3terduy, on "n IiujiIuci.h
Among the passengers who booked
011 tho Mauin Kim, which left foi
Illlo Inst night wero W. O. Smith and
S. M. Dal km.
Tho Consolidated Soda Wnter
Works 'Co.. 0. S. I.elthend, manager,
will supply nu with 11 superior grade
of sotlti water.
A. I.. C. Atkinson, J. W. I'rntt, I-.
A. Thurston nnd (Wwgo It. Carler, ac
companied Secretary (larflcld 011 his
trip to Hawaii.
Captain Otwcll aim Captain liar
be r wero among tho departing
passengers on thn steamer Mniinu Ken
All over embroldciles nro priced at
r.Oo per yard und up In lllom'H em
broidery salo this wi-vk. All embrold
orlcn nt bhrcductloiiB.
Have you seen it? The new uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
To frame your
We Frame in the Most Suitable Manner
Photographs. Diplomas, Sketches,
CALL AND SEE FOH YOURSELF.
Hawaii Photo & Art Company, Ltd.
Get At Em
Give the mosquitoes no rest; get what there is .for your-'
self, you will get genuine pleasure out of Hawaiian life
if you exterminate the pests. Use
and you will end discomfort.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.;
PHONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. SOX 1S4. "
Fort St., Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
see it demonstrated. The Hau-aiian Black Sand) Broken Conl 0arden Soil( Etc SAFE MOyiHO A SPE-
CARD OF THANK8.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W, Ilooth and Mrs.
Clnru Hchmldt deslro to thank their
many friends for tho flowers nnd ex
pressions of sympathy during their
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable "
You will bo stirprisod nt Its cuollngl
and preservative proportles. California
Feed Co., agents.
Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Co,
NOTICH. During tho progress of
t.ho funeral cortego of tho Into l'rlnco
David KawaniTTinkou, on Sunday, tho
21st Instant, the Nuuanu street car
solvit) will, ut tho request of thu
I'ollro Authorities, be discontinued.
After the coitcgo has passed extra
cat's will eno Port nnd King streets
for the Mausoleum,
Honolulu, .hum lOtl'i, 1908.
0. 0. nAI.I.IJNTYNn,
Office Specialty Co.. Ltd
On Installments of 13 por month you
can purchaFO n Wlilto Family Rotary
sawing machlno, " Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents. 1260 Tort SU l'hono 488.
II. C. Coburn nnd wlfo wero pas
sengers by'tho Aluinetla. Mr. Coburn
will tnkn charge of tho American
Hawaiian Interests a,t lllfele.
United Btntes District Attorney It.
W. IlreckoiiH anil tho llo'v. H. W.
Timing wero p-issengorH nhunnl tho
Manna hen yesterday for the Volcano
Tho Promotion Commlttco has de
cided not to accept any of tho plans
for nu elaborate mantelpiece for Mark
Twain's Connecticut houso, but to
adopt a plain mantelpiece.
J, I), Langhorno, 11 brother of Corey
D. !unghorne, tho surgeon nt the
Naval Station, with his son, weru
Alameda passongers, making 11 visit
Mrs. I'aul Shoup, wife 'of tho South
cm 1'aclflc general passenger agent
at Snu Krnuclsco, with Mrs. II. B.
Shoup, his mother, eanio In on the
MrsJ J. II. llcorgo nnd daughter,
tho fanill; of un nld-tlmo sea captain
well known In this port, wero arriv
als'' cjn tho Alameda. The'y will
malic a short visit here.
Tho funeral wild bo held this after
noon of Arthur K. Miranda, who was
nn employe of I,. 11. Kerr, death hav
ing como to him on Thursday after
noon. Tho Interment will bo nt tho
Wont has Just been receded that
Noah V. dray, formerly manager of
thu Alexander Young Hotel, Is now
managing tho Hotel Jefferson, San
Krnuclsco, wheio tho old Occidental
Hotel people aio now slopping.
A dispute that has lusted a J ear nnd
prevented burials In tho Man Hlug
comcteiy In tho Pauon valley, ' has
been settled, and tho Hoard of Health
will reeognlzo certificates of Initial
ilghtn signed by Clioek Slug 011 behalf
of tin- Ket On Kill Kim Association
which cues for the cemetery.
One of M'Call's Newest Patterns
2 ' 'Sgf''
Another Shipment of
At same cut prices 'just received
E. W. JORDAN & CO., Ltd.
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