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EVENINQ THJU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. ir., MONDAY, JUNE 2!), 1008.
"Of all the Beers
that the Beer Brewers brew,
When the Beer Brewers brew their
There is no Beer that the Beer Brew. y
As Rood as " onr
of all kinds, of all shades, and.of all widths. Bibbons for
dresses, for hats, for hair, and for flowers. Just the kind
. lif the' graduation exercises." Very cheap for the quality.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
" Sweetest of
A new, fresh assortment
from the Coast.
The Palm Cafe
. 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 C H E A P 1
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDG., 176-190 KINO STREET. PHONE 237.
14 TO 17 INCHES HIGH.
OILED SEAL STOCK, 17 In., $6.50
CHROME TANNED CALF, 17 in...
MOSSE HIDE. 17 in". $9.50
HORSE HIDE, 14 in,, Water Proof. .
HORSE HIDE, 17 in., Water Proof. .
the Sweeps "
of these famous candies just in
J. M. Vlvnn 1 lin tvnll lfiiiu'n ft I tut.
Hoy, litis filed a libel for divorce
kkiuiibi ins who, Mary I). Vivas, who
la iiw In California. Ttio libel shows
that tho couple was tnnrrletl In Do-
winner, iB(, ami lived together mi
III May, 1904. When Vivas went to
Wnllllkll nt nlmnt tl.la lit.... l.td ...ir,
ho alleges, refused lo accompany him
mm uesenen mm nosoiuieiy. in Sop-
iviuuer, juuo, biic went jo uaiirornin,
where sho now resides with her threo
sons and three daughters, nged from
G lo ID years respectively.
Vll-na alatna flinf I.a t. n h I.,..
....... a.u.a ...Ilk lit 11113 UWU CU1I-
trlbutliiR as far ns ho was nh!e to-
warns me support or ins children, nnd
that ho Is willing to contribute $30 a
(Continued from Paste 1)
Irrespective of their political beliefs,
will sign the petitions. As an cxnmplo
of what Is being dono It was stated
that today two out of n number of
petitions which hud been Bent to Iho
Knpan precinct, were returned bear
Ing tho signatures of slxty-clght out
of a total of 123 voters, nnd tho other
volitions aro still to como In.
Tho wording of tho petition- Is ns
To tho Hon. .Tames Rudolph Garfield.
Sir: Tho undcrblgned, citizens ot
tho United States and residents of
Precinct 1 District
of the Territory of Hawaii, ileslro lo
call your attention to the Inequitable
operation of tho land laws at pit-sent
In forco In this Territory, nnd request
that you submit transactions there
under consisting of the sale, exchnugo
nnd leaso or largo areas In bulk to
strict Federal scrutiny, comparing
them with proceedings usual and cus
tomary under tho Homestead Act of
tho United States.
Wo also dcslro to cnll your atten
tion to tho fact that the attitude of
tho Territorial Kxoctitlvo in connec
tion with land transactions Is nnd has
been diametrically opposed1 lo tho rec
ommendations ot President Hnoscvcll
In his messngo to tho 57th Congress
wherein lie says:
(Hero this famous message Is quot
ed.) And wo petition you to suspend" that
portion of our local land laws permit
ting leases, sales nnd exchanges of
lands In excess of and outside those
permitted by the Hawaiian Homo
Btead Act. And your petitioners will
Mary Costa v. County of Oahii;
tilal, !t a. in.
.lodge Robinson's Court:
John Marks: trial continued.
Judge Lindsay's Court:
Afoug case: continued, '
Judge Dole's Court:
PROSSER IS ATTORNEY GENERAL
M. K. Prosscr has been appointed
ps a deputy attorney general by At
torney General HcmenwnjC In Older
thnt ho may prosecute John Marks,
who Is now on trial In Judge Robin
Tho papers In tho Kulalua light
house matter have, como lucli from
Washington, nnd tho formalities will
bo attended to now. Tho taxes must
bo pnldnbstiact brought up to dale,
and a piocl.tmatltm issued setting
abide tho land for lighthouse tn-os. T)io
light Is to bo on Hawaii.
DAMAGE TO MARINE
RAILWAY IS SMALL
Dani'tgo lo tho marine railway,
caused by breaking of cables Satur
day, when hoisting the Mntina Kca,
docs not amount to much, It Is
claimed, In fact, that if the Manila
Kca had not dropped anchor, strik
ing tho bow of the carrlage.Jho dam
age would havo been restricted to
tho cables which brojfo. ''.
Tho carriage was fished up out of
tho water yestorday, and tho cables
are now all connected and ready for
business. In fact, it is not known
but that the Helono will go on the
railway today, In case the Intor-Isl-and
pcoplo nro ready.
It Is said that tho original break
ing of a link In the hoisting cable
was duo to a fault, the link having
since been carefully examined.
ALBERT AFONO IS
ON WITNESS STAND
Albert Afong has been on tho wit
ness stand In tho Afong caso all thl
morning. After being put through ill
rect examination ho was, on cross ex
amination, made to tell about all the
money which ho had received from
his mother In order that ho might bo
nblo to complcto his education. Ho
stated that he was allowed $3000 per
year while at Harvard, whoro ho
studied five oars. Ho also said that
his bother puld for his scat on tho
Stock Exchange, but that ho had re
ceived no money from hcr-slnco his
marrlago, when sho gao him $800,
though sho gave him $5000 when ho
wont East to got married.
JURY IN SESSION
Tho Federal Grand Jury is In ses
sion this morning and from tho num
ber of witnesses that aro collected In
tho hallways of tho Judiciary Building.
It would appear that there aro warm
things doing. It Is understood that
tho Inquisitorial body Is Investigating
Iho stabbing of Captain Kokcrwltz of
tho Ameilcan-Hawnllan htcamor Des
patch. Then thoro aro n number of
ndultery cases which aro being looked
Into. II Is not (bought that any mut
ter of great Iniporluuco will como bo
foro tho Grand Jury.
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
KONOLULu, June 29.1908
Aifi et- STOCr
RnnrinnlatlotiCo . .
It iv Cnm fc Sup Co ..
iianaiiffii Sugar Co,...
tloiiomii Snttr On ....
llotintcMil Sugar Co . .
Ilfltlcti Suifar Co
KahuJcu Ma'itattoti Co
Kipaltiilu SURtir Co ....
Kolna Sugar Co
Mcl'ryd Sugar Co .,.,
Oahu Sugar Co
Ouomea Sucar Co ....
Ooketa Sugar Plant Co
Oha Sugar Co Mil ....
rarliau Sugar runt Co
Pacific Sugnr. Mill
Pala riamaffonCo ...
rrj'ftkfn Sugar Co....
Ploiiwr Mill Co
Waiftlua Agrlr Co
V?Huku Sugai Co ....
Walmatialo Sugar Co.
Waltncn Sugar Mill Co
ttiler.lslam! Stnm N Co
Hawaiian Elccttlr Co..
Moil R T & I. Co I'rcl
Mutual Tclrpliotie Co
Nalnku KiiIiImt Co.Am,
Oaliu K& I. Co
HlloR K Co,..,,
Hon 111 MCo- !.. . .
Hawaiian Pim'ltmte Co,
HawTrr 4 PC.
MawTrr is pc
llawTcr tfc pc
Haw Cov't pc
Ca Htet Sug id Kcl Co
HriVu Sugar Co 6 tic
Ham Dllcll Co,
U'rr Ditch (a
Haw Suclr Co o pc...
HiloK KCo Con tlic
Hm R Tlic L Cot c
KatiuVil P.an. Co 6 p c.
.irurvur r uij tn
O.li'l Kid I. Co6-jO.
Daliu Sugar Co 3 ji c . .
Claa Sugar Co A 11 c.
P.1C- Sug. Mill Co, (a
Pala Plantation Co ....
P'onccrMIII Co ope ..
Walalua nr Co j p c
Sales Ilctwtcn Hoards: ID llono.
kaa. $10.50: (13 1. 1. S. N. Co., $tl,i.2J.
Hesluon: 50 Oahu Hug. Co., $i!SM; 30
Oalm Sug Co., $28.r.O.
Latest sugar' quotation 4.25 cents
cr $85 per ton.
London Beets, I Os 9d
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu stock and Bond
WIUIAM WILLIAMSON Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
An lohtlttloo for
CrcsoUno Is a Boon.t Asthma lies.
lint'i It not Mwiri niura e(IflTl to brrtth In n
rrmtvly for dlwan t( lli brffttlilnfr orAaa than
lo Uka tha rvjiudy Into th RtoniaotiV
Crmalrne cunt bnM the air. rnderI
troncly nt turtle. ! rarrlet orrr tti diwaacd
nrfaco with very trralh, gltlnij rrolunyi-d and
ronttant trratmrnU II 14 Uraluabla to aothtra
wiu tmait cmuron.
Thnim of a fan
will Dd'I Itnmrdtat rellrf
from Cpught fr lntlamMtl
Conllton of thA throat.
Rend rnatal Cor do
lay ruuoo nirocif
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
Von namm- Young
We buy your Diamonds, Old Watch
es and Jewelry for SPOT CASH.
1018 NUUANU ST. and
FORT STREET HEAR HOTEL.
NANIWA & CO.,
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bide.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
Delinquent, July 15th, 1008.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
FOR PRETTY GARDENS
get a Mexican jiink flowering vine.
Quick grower. 20o per pot, rcotcd,
ready to f.t out,
MRS. E. V. TAYLOR,
Young- Bldg;. Phone 330.
LOCAL AN GENERAL
Any other way than the Bulle
tin Vacation Plan involves the
spending of. money for an outing. Ask
for a. booklet.
Ilont l'rnnl.lln cara. Slltyd Sthh. i
McnV nro being nerved regularly as !
usual at tho ltoyal Annex, "ScottyV )
'J. Waller Doylo yestenlny returncil
from Kauai In the steamer W. O '
King 109 lor lino StuJehakcr, live-'
touted onto; day or night. Club
Head the npcclal Bummer ortcr by
tho Volcano llourc In another column
of this Issue.
President and XIrs. Orlmthii of Oaliti
College! expect to upend a pnit of their
vtcutlon In .Inpan, '
TaKo your currl'tgo or nutomoulle
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnufy. Co., for
Ico cream and cake, tea, etc., will
ho Kcrved nt tho Seaside at popular
prices, every Sunday.
Improvements me lielng made on
the morgue, so ns to get more light
und n cleaner Interior.
K. M. Cheatham has sold his Kill
niiikl rctddelico to a family recently
nrrlwil from the Ctnst.
It Is inmored that Mr. lltickland, ed
itor of the Illlo Herald, Is to ui-como
editor of tho Illlo Tribune.
A:i kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks mo rened In tho best manner
at tho l'afhlon, ,1ut give u a try.
The expert nt the Hawaiian OiHce
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Resistor or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Sovcn .Japanese- gamblers were ar
lested nltthe corner .of Punchbowl nud
Queen streets early yesterday morn
ing. Captain Potter of tho b.irkcutlne
Coiouado Is looking to bent the sacht
Hnwalt's time of nineteen days up t-i
There will bo spoclitl and Important
haziness nt Ilnrniuiiy Lodge No. .'I, I.
l). O. I'., In Odd I'cIIowh' Hall nt 7:30
this evening. v
N. S, Sachs Dry Goods Co. nro pie
paring for their annual clearance snlo.
Watch for the nnnotiiieeincnt. It will
ho of Interest to you.
Mr, OglMo. who --eirrlcs on Ihu
uchool nt Hann, Mnut, Is spending Ills
nniuutl varitinn In Ioaii. He Is tic
cuplng u cottane nt the ITnlwmlt)'
'I hero will ho a slated meeting of
Oceanic I.odgo No. 371, I". &. A. M., nt
7:311 o'clock tills evening at Masonic
Temple, for tho transaction or busi
ness. A. Ilium began the sale of Tlnmi
son's corrcts this morning nt npcrlal
prices for ono week only. Umbrellas
lor ladles and gentlemen at big ills
Do not wnlt until our 1'JOfl Thomas
ears gOt hero before ordeilng, but do
It now. Any Information about them
will bo gladly glcn nt the Associated
Oct ready now In wclcomo the fleet.
jTho N, S. Siichs Dry Goods Co. hao
bunting for decoration, hat baud rib
bons with names of battleships, and
T. Suiulda nnd K. twanaga of Kl
iniirn & Co., will start u sake tllstllleiy
in Puliation. The machinery and ma
terials aro expected tf nrilvo fioin
Jaian very shortly.
Tho lasl meeting of tho Guild and
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's
cnlhcdtal wilt be hold nt 2:30 this af
ternoon nt tho homo of Mrs,. 1'. A.
Schnefer, Ntiuauu, valley.
Tho eighth assessment In the Ilnr
risen Mutual AMsclatlou, which was
called on .limn lClh by tho Hoard t
Control, will heroine ilelliuiueiit .lul
13th, IMS. Kaplot.tnl building.
Last night u native woman. Mrs.
Ktii'ho, steppeil olT n moving west
bound Kallhl ear near Dowi.ctt hum
and fell. Sho was bruised about the
head and ) boulders, but not seriously.
i'l'st. Kaehtiwahauiil Kiilhelanl, wid
ow ot the Into HoiirH, Kiilhelanl, tiled
nt her home In Kakaako jeslcrdly
Tho Initial will take plnro nt I o'clock
today under tho auspices of tho Kaa
P. G. Cox of tho Commercial Pacific
Cable Co., le.nes for Midway on We I
licsday by tho schooner I'laurenro
Wunl, to bo alu-cnl for n J ear In the
senlco of tho company. Mr. Cox was
provlously stationed on tho Inland.
Wireless Export A. A. Isbell has
luatlo arrangements with tho wireless
operator aboard tha cruiser St. l.otils
to scud messages for receipt at the
Kahiiku station nt certain hours every
morning on tho cruiser's run to H.m
The most boatitlful lue In Honolulu
Is tho Mexican pink llowerliig vine.
Mrs. K. M. Taylor, tho florist, has a
number rooted, reudy to set nut, at 20c
a pot. They're tpilck growers and
haudsoiuo ornaments to , gat dons.
"Stciotnry Garfield has returned
fiom his trip to Kuiiul, his last trip
whllo on tho Islands. Ho made a
twclvo hour ciosscountry record, see
ing the most of tho Island In this time.
Ho said that ho would like to liao it
icchitmttlon scheme put In force heie.
Whllo tho locnl agency has no ad
vices on tho subject It Is Hated that
, tho vessels of tho American Hawaiian
Steamship Company will not bo with
out wireless many months more. As
In the eases of boats of other lines de
lay Is caused largely by careful eon
iHprntion and testing of various sys
tems. Thuro wcro numerous visitors
-vbotuil tin) cruiser St. Louis yesterday.
Many of her otllcers wero ashore mak
ing tho most of their last day In Ho
nolulu. Tho men who had shoro leave
look in tho baseball gjmes, visited thu
reading looms nnd had car rides, but
n few sought sociability In tho rcstnu
innts with liquor privileges.
Just tho thing for chlldien for tho
4th of Jul)'. Will havo a display this
S.ituiday evening. Como and see
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
It will stand nil kinds of rough uwgc, nnd yet look
well enough to wear anywhcic.
ELKS' BLDG., King Street
Best and quickest remedy for colds. In dengue cases
these tablets have Ucsn f'uml beneficial in accomplishing
cures cr decreasing tlu pains.
25 Cents a Box
BENSON, SMITSl & CO., Ltd.
nfiis for 5alc r
BO0' AIL FIRST ClASS GROCERS
SOUSt. -MCSTAB0-T0HAIO J
"Monterey packing (5 X
V f.E.D0OTH. SouAukt.
Honolulu Construction. anil Graying Co.,
l'HONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. E0X 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White nnd
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Sail, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-
One of M'CaiTs
Another Shipment of
At same cut prices just received
E. W.JORDAN 4 CO., Ltd.
Get him Clothes in which
he can be comfortable, and
have a good time!
Our Star Boys' Blouse is
jtiit the right thing for him.