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EVENING nUI.LRTIN, HONOLULU, T, it., FR1DAV, JtINn 2G, 1908.
Here's a P 0 T A Y
of the best quality and
good, honest make, and
we're offering it to you
You can't beat that
anywhere. We guaran
tee it for""the style
and make. '
Mclnerny Shoe Store
"Of all the Beers
that the Beer Brewers brew,
When the Beer Brewers brew' their
There is no Beer that the Beer Brew
As good as -
of all kinds, of all shades, and of all widths. Ribbons for
dresses, for hats,, for hair, and for flowers. Just the kind
for the graduation exercises. Very cheap for the quality,
Li. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
" Sweetest of the Sweets "
A new, fresh assortment of these famous candies just in
from the Coast.
The Palm Cafe
DON'T WANDER OFF
Buy your BUTTER where you can'be assured of Qual
ity. Wc have the best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT'S CHEAP!
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
BOOSTER NO. I
Informal Dinner With
Good Purpose For
. Tho first "Rooster" dinner of tlio
Commercial Club of Honolulu was
held in tho club-rooms Inst evening.
It wns n distinct success.
Tho dinner wns not. a formal af
fair. It wns nn assembly of business
men, members, nnd Rticsts of mem
bers, seated at nn Informal dinner in
Informal clothes. The Idea wns to
Kct the club members together for a
pleasant evening, devoting n fow
moments to thoughts of why people
In Honolulu should bo happy.
Judging from tho ntmosphere of
tho club nnd tho good-sized attend
ance, It worked. There wns no set
program. A quintet club furnished
music. Tho dinner wns substnntlnl
but not clnborntc.
When coffee nnd cigars were reach
ed, President Smith of tho Club, net-
lngns tohstmnstcr, very briefly out
lined tho purposes of tho dinner, nnJ
called on Captain Parks, engineer In
phnrge of the. Pearl Harbor Nnvnl
Station, for n few words on tho grcnt
project for which tho country has
been waiting so many )cars. Captain
Parks did not explain tho Intlmato
details of what ho Is doing, but re
ferred pleasantly to tho development
of whnt might bo termed the Pearl
Harbor ratine. He paid nn appropri
ate tribute to Captain Itees, with
whom ho was associated In Ports
mouth. Fred. Macfarlnne said a few words
on Finance nnd other things. Judgo
Lindsay told a good Scotch story. Kx
Qovornor Carter mndo ono of the
best speeches he has ever given In
any general assembly In tho city. Ho
expressed the belief that tho Com
mercial Club would do moro to break
up tho cliques nnd tho factionalism of
Honolulu than any other agent. Ho
liked the Idea of the "booster" din
ner. Ho believes In Hawaii nnd Ho
nolulu nnd believes tlin people should
"boost" early nnd often.
Mnrston Campbell told of tho de
velopment of the public works In tho
City and Territory for tho Inst ten
yenrs. Ed Towse spoko oh n variety
of boosting topics, nftor which tho
diners distributed themselves in the
reading nnd card-rooms.
SAITO WOULD STOP
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
section. Of course there Is no such
ofllco In existence at present, but tho
prospects uro that such an office will
bo established In tho future for the
purpose' of facilitating tho work of
Sulto said, however, that ho would
rather rctlro from nctlvo work and
llvo In quiet, probably In tho coun
try. Salto docs not know ns yet what
work he would take up on his return
to Japan. "I urn tired of working,"
said Salto. . "I liavo been n Govern
ment oftlcliil for many yenrs. Pre
vious to my coming hero I was Con
sul at Slngnporo for two yenrs nftcr
which I went to Taconia In tho same
capacity. From thcro I came to Ho
nolulu at tho time ot'tho annexation
of thesolslunds to tho United States."
Salto is very popular with his
countrymen hero. During his Con
sulnto administration thcro broke out
on various plantations ten strikes, all
of which he successfully arbitrated.
Salto withstood nil attacks made
against him, particularly from tho
MRS. AFONG ON WITNESS STAND
(Continued from Pafce 3)
San Francisco, Mrs. Afong stated that
she niailo her daughter llesslo a pres
ent or 11200.
Another tlnio horo In Honolulu, Mrs.
Afong stated that she offered hoi
daughter Iiosslo two lots next to
Henry Afong's place on which to build
a homo, as tsho had so expressed a
'wish to do. llesslo thereupon Intimat
ed that sho would either soil tho lots
or have n Chinaman plant a garden
lucre. Other sums or money wcro giv
en Resale from timo to time, according
to (ho testimony of Mrs. Afong.
On cross-examination, Frank Thomp-
hon. Sirs. Hums" attorney, lod up to
tno suujcct or Mrs. Alongs alleged
favoritism for n certain Japanoso serv
ant, nnd nlso brought the names of
McStocker. Humphreys nnd Magoon
into tho caso, In very plain language.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
EONOUJLO, June 26.1908
NAMl OF STOCr.
Brewer ft Co..
Kwa Plantation Co ....
Haw Com It Bu Co ..
Hawaiian Sojar Co.,,.
Honomu Sugar Co ....
tlonokaa Sugar Co. .
Ilallm Soirar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klliel riant atlnn Co Ltd
Klpatiulc Sugar Co. ..
M.Rrydt sugar Co....
Oah. Sural Co,
Onomea Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ...
raaiiau sugar runt (.o
Pacific Sugar Mill.,,
rata Plantation Co ....
VVrlluku Sugar Co ....
Walmanato Sugar Co..
Walmra Sugar Mill Co
Intcr'hlanH Steam N Co
Hon H T ft I. Co Frd ,
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Rubber Co A.
Oaliu Kfc I. Co
lino K k Co,
Hon lift M Co-
Haw ailan Pineapple Co.
Haw Trra tic
HawTcr i pc
Haw Govt f pc
Ca lleet Sug & Ret Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch oa
Haw Cr m A Sug Co pc
Haw Sugar Co 6 p c...
HlloR KCo Con 6 pc
Hon RTft LCotp'c
Kal uku P.ant Co 6 p c
MrbrvrfeS Cn'ltf ,
Sahu Sugar Co ipe ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
Pac- Sug. Mill Co, Ca
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua grlf-Co spc
flnlnu ttntu'nnn Tlfinr.la It; nnl...
8tig. Co ,28.25: 25 Ooknla. $7.8714: 2J
uiwaia, li.ntYi; ii),uiiu uiaa Gs, 3Z;
$10,000 Olaa 6si $D2:$l.-,000 Olaa Us,
$92. Session. 5 Haw. C. & S., $!5.50;
20 Olaa, $1; 10 Honokaa, $10; 5 Mono
kna, $10; 5 Honokaa, $10; CO raauhau,
Notice. June 2G, 1908. At dlroclors
metclugs dividends of
Itnllrn RltlTflt Pnnitiiini- u-nu In.
......... u..n... ...i..M.. n i.n hi-
ceased from ono per cent per month
i nu huh win-unii ,i.-i tt-IIl per
mohth, pnyablc July 3,nt:
Pnln Plnntlltlrin rTntmintiv frnm ,.m
per cent per month to ono and one-
nun per coin per montn, pjyablo
lMoneer Mill Co, Mil, from ono per
cent per month to two per cnt per
iiujiiiii, iinj'iiuiu juiy jsi;
Kntnn Hnrrnr rtmilllll'M,r V .iiui.tAn.i n
flvo tier cent was declared, payable on
Latest sugar quotitfo'n 4.25 cents or
US per ton. ' '
London Beets, I Os II l-4d
Henry Waterliousi Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond' Dipaitmeni
Memben Honolulu Stoek and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
LOCAL 1ND iENEIAL
Any other way than the B u 1 1 e
t i n Vacation Plan involvel the
spending of money for in outing. Ask
for a booklet.
This was objected to by Wlthlnston
on tho Kround that ft wns "scandal."
Flowery bursts of eloquunco then en
suod between tho two attorneys, end
cd by tho ruling of Judgo Lindsay to
tho effect that Thompson would not
bo ullowt-d to cross examlno tho wit
ness nloiiR that line. Thompson then
asked that tho thing which ho wished
to prove by Hitch cross-examination,
that Mrs. Atone was hlasod and prej
udiced,, be placed tin tho iccords for
the ttso of other Courts. This was al
bo disallowed by tho Court.
AmonK'Othcr things that Mrs. Afong
said, sho stated that for eight years
Judgo lIumphrcjH uaH,llko a "little
gou" to her, inasmitcn ns slio wort-hipped
him and did whatever he
wished her to do.
Iron . Fence
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 178190 KINO STREET.
NEW - TO-DAY
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Oarage.
Von Hamm : Young
Hllo. June 23. A
isltors at tho Hllo Hoys Hoarding
School were Interestingly entertained
on Thursday afternoon last by the
rpen air exercises and athletic sports
wmi which tno school year cloced.
Tha first event was tho treo plant
ing by tho Class of 1908, which was
accompanied by singing by tho bos
and .nil Instructive address by Rtr. C.
i;. Shields, j which ho drew example
froiii tho Hie and growth of a treo to
be applied to tho life and growth of
ho Bttidonts In their school life and
l'uturo enreer, ' '
This waB followed bi'vtho military
drill In which tho students have at
tained such proficiency 'under the dl
lection of tlio principal, -Mr, Lyman.
Tho record of the- athletic events
Hammer throw, 1C lbs., George Luc
as, 7f feet, S Inches,
rutting shot, 31 foot, Rodney K.
High Jump, 4 fcot 7 Inches, Dtirgcss.
Polo, Vault, 9 feet, William Kaptclu
mola. 100 Yard Walking Race, Yamamoto,
Small Ro)s' Wrestling Match, (60
pounds) Manuel Andrude,
A basket ball gamo between tho
team from the Sixth Qradu and ono
inado up from the rest of tho school
resulted In a lctory for tho former by
a bcore of 12 to !i. .
Sprcckols tug Defiance struck by
steamer Governor's propeller and
sinks at the San I'laiiclxco w.iunll.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
Rent franklin cars. Stkydi, Stbli.
Menle are being served regularly as
usual at tho Royal Annex, "Scotty's."
Honolulu Ixidgo CIO, H. P. O. I:.,
will meet In Klka' Hall this evening
Ring 109 for lino Studcbakcr, five
seated auto; day or night. Club
Ice cream nnU cake, lea, etc., vlll
bo served at tho Seaside at popular
prices, every Sunday.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy, Co.. for
up to-date repairs.
Clct'tho ulrelets habit. Talk to your
Island Mends by nlreless. You'll be
surprised at tho low rates.
All kinds of Leer, wines and mixed
drinks nro sorved In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
Dainty dressing sacqucB aro selling
at Dlom's this week at 1-4 to 1-2 off.
This is your chance, don't miss it.
Tho nnal iicdro tournament between
tho Kam Alumni and St, Louis Alumni
will takj place the ocnlng of July 2.
The expert nt the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can -fix your Cash
Begiiter or type writer. Phone 143.
a meeting oi tnose interested in mo
reorganization of Company C, N. G.
II., will bo held in tho Hungalow at 7
o'clock this ovenlng.
There s no experiment work by ama
teurs done on, tho machines at tho von
Hanim-Yoiing Oarage. Highest class
of repair work, done by experts.
Thcros no confection that Is quite
so good as Gunther's candles. Wo have
u fresh pssortment of them just In. All
Kintis, an delicious, i-aim uaio.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Ilonny & 'Co., Ltd.,
ngonts, 126G Fort SL Phono 488.
Shop caily tomorrow at SachB.
Thcro will bo Bpeclal attractions in
tho form of 1-4 to 1-2 reductions till 1
o'clock, when tho storo will close.
Islcton butter Is sealed In a enrton
In the cicamcry. When J on have
tried It, you will see tho difference It
makes J, M. I-cvy & Co., family groc
ers. Phone 76. t
'Thorn" Lowell, who Is now with
tho Lumlcy Co. at tho Orphcum the-
ittro, bus met many friends of his that
ho knew when here before In 1906, and
Is very popular with all "tho bunch."
Don t select jour desk from a small
assortment of unpromising specimens.
II. Hackfcld & Co., have tho largest
and best stock of office dcBks In tho
Territory. Inquire furniture department.
Eddy refrigerators aro -built to cut
down the consumption of ico nnd save
cold cash to tho consttmcr. They do
It better than any other. Thoo. II.
Uavics & Co., Ltd., hardware depart
ment, Class day exercises of the 'senior
class nt Punahou nil) be held this
ovenlng at 7.30 o'clock on the lawn In
front of tho Sclcnco Hall All friends
of tho class aro'cordlally invited to bo
All furniture and piano moving by
tho Union-Pacific Transfer Co. Is done
by careful men who know their busi
ness. All work Is absolutely guaran
teed, nnd carried out without delay.
Photographers will nnd tho "Photo
graphic Instruction Text" by Geo. 11.
Partridge, Instructor In photography,
Lewis institute u complete guide to
hucccssful photography. 1 at Hono
lulu Photo-Supply Co., Ltd.
Tho ofncp force of Governor Frcar
and Secretary Mott-Hnilth has been
busy of lato preparing tho Governor's
annual report and getting out tho elec
tion proclamation. Tho latter will not
lio out until near the end of Septem
ber. Threo sailor lads from tho cruiser
St, Louis playctl tho part of heroes
yesterday morning, when they fenr
lissly leaped Into the road anil stopped
n runaway team of horses. It Is und
erstood that there wcro acotiplo of
women in tho carriage.
It is expected that Naval Engineer
Parks will soon be In u position to go
ahead with tho extension of tho sea
wall on tho Walklkl sldo of tho harbor
entrance, tho Iden being to extend tho
Walklkl spit Bomo dlstnnco further
out to present tho washing In of sand
into tho channel entrance.
A, I.imlsson, tho man of ono Iden,
and that', "A protective tariff for cof-
largo number otifeo," wbb In Hllo on Saturday prlnlod
with all the law and racts in tnu caso
for tho Information of Secretary Gar
field. If devotion to a purposo over
deserved to bo rowardod, it. certainly
docs in Mr. Loulsson s cobc Trlliuio.
Rev. C. Nakamura of tho Methodist
Mission In Japan Is In town, arriving
In tho S. S. Tenyo Marti, Mr, Naka
murn will become tho paBtor of River
street Japanese chuich, where ho will
bo given a formal reception ut 8
o'clock noxt Wednesday night, Mr.
Nakamura was in the United States
for flvo years, where ho completed
At a meeting of tho hoard of direct
ors of the Honolulu Symphony Society
on Tuesday, it was unanimously decid
ed to discontinue tho orchestra re
hearsals until October 2. Owing to
numerous other attractions and the
coming of tho fleet noxt month and
some of tho orchestra nieinlicrs. being
out of town, tho directors are taking
this step. It would not bo worth while
liming rehearsals. unlesH tho majority
of the members could bo present.
Tho nnnuul election of ofllcorH of
Captain Cook Lodgo No. 333 of tho
Order Sons of St. George was held last
night and resulted as follows: Past
president, J, R. Collins; worthy pres
ident, Isaac Cuckett; worthy lcu
president. Alee Dowsotl; worthy ho;
rotary, John Richardson; worthy
treasurer, James L. Holt; chaplain, W.
C. Roo; worthy messenger, J. Pada
ken; Insldo sentinel, O. J. Shaw; out
bldo sentinel, Robort Kronen; trustees,
lunar Coel.ott, U. A. .Ionian, Goo. Dar
ker; phjHlrlnns, Dr G. Heibert, Dr
', II UiiuiphrlH.
Get him Clothes in which
he can be comfortable, and
have a good timet
Our Stnr Boys' Blouse is
just the right thing for him.
It will stand all kinds of rough-usage, and yet look
well enough to wear anywhere.
ELKS' BLDO., Xing Street near Fort.
Best and quickest remedy for colds. In dengue cases
these tablets have been found beneficial in accomplishing
cures or decreasing ths pains.
25 Cents a Box
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PHONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. BOX 154.
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We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal. in Crushed Rock, White nnd
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Another Shipment of
At same cut prices just received
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