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EVENING IIULLF.TIN, HONOLULU, T II., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 190S.
You Still Have an Opportunity
We are continuing t'.i y. ne of the greatest lot of gentkmen's
wear ever offered in HdioIuIu at low prices' The quality is
in every garment in ths RDsenberg stock and the cut-in-t,wo
price will prevail until every article is sold.
GET YOUR FOURTH OF JULY T003LKY NOW WHILE IT IS CHEAP!
Great Pants Sale
'VERY PRICE REDUCED! FROM TIFTY CENTS TO $1.10 OFF
We have them in good patterns fcr $1.50, $1.90, $2.10, $2.25, $2.45,
$2 7, $3.00, $3.40.
Bargains in Woolen Suits
Mixed Tweed, quality guaranteed ; competition in prices for same
value is not attempted. Suits from $0.75 uscd-to-be $9.00, and a $20.00
Suit for $15.00! No one ever had such a chance even where, the clothes
were made. Every dollar you spend with us buys two dollars' worth of
elegant foods. . .
Straw and Felt Hats
Wo are selling $1.00 Straw Hati for 50 Cents and $3.50 Felts for
S1.75. That's the way we are getting rid of a very good stock of hats.
They are selling for all the prices between 50 Cents and $1.75.
Get in on the death to high prices for MEN'S SHIRTS, NECK
TIES, and UNDERSHIRTS. If you are going out with the
Elks get your outfit here. Something warm will be needed
at the Volcano House.
Perfection 1th and 5th.
Ml Uniting members of he
rl-r ure cordially Invited to
tiond nu itlngs of local lodge
JAttMOXY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
30 tn 1 O O F. Hall, Fort Street.
K n HENDRY. Secretary.
DHN. P. VICKERS, N. O.
kM vuliiuK motners very cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meet every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month nt 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretanla Sta.
Visiting llrothers cordially weloome.
W L. LYLE. C. 0.
r. WALDRON. K. of R. & S.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ever) flrBt and third Fri
day evening at 7 30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort nml ieretnnla. VUlMm!
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEKRINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE. K.R.B.
rfONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, U. P. O.
tf will meet In their hall on King
near Fori afnet every F'tday even
tng. Uy orrt' of the k! R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY. E. R.
S7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of P.
MeU every Saturday evening ni
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
fvjrt and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
er cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C..
B. A. JACODSON. K.RS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Ifaeti on the 2nd tnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort strooti.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
Und. W. U. FRAZEE, W Prest
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R.
MoeU fery first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Hally lnvitd o attend.
J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, O. ot R.
40n0 Gen Itooflng SInte 10"xl0.
00 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
' 1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eta-
1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 BJng Street. Phone 21t.
mm & iimpu 1
KEEP IT IN
THE BEER WITH
AND LESS ALCOHOL.
It will build you up
chambers drug co.
FORT AND KING 8T8.
t ymmwKui,V mm
Cut for ou, from jour own meas
ure: It don't cost any more,ln fact
jou save money, because jou got sat
isfaction. If you have a fault In our fig
ure 76" do I will hide It for jou.
Our suits at Twenty-five Dollars
have no comparison. There Is no ex
cuse to he slovenly attired when for
the same money you can be well
GEO. A. MARTIN,
LOCAL ANI oENBRAL
If there is work to bo had a Bulle
tin Want Ad. will find it.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. XI o
l.eod, for tho pleasantust auto ride.
Music pupils me wanted. See
A hniuly in nn wants n position.
Sco Want column.
Have you teen it I The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
tee it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co.. Ltd ,
agents, 12C0 Fort St. Phone 488.
Tho Hoard of Sunorvlsors will hold
In meeting this evening. Chairman
Hustncu Is 111 and one of thu other
members vIII liavo to preside.
Coat vour Iron roots with "Arabic"
You -will ba surprised nt Us coilinc
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
An effort Is being made to keep Sat
urday baseball going by getting a Riv
erside League gnmu to supplement the
Pross-Anla game. In wlilch case tha
latter will not bo called off.
Thoso who liavo dogs In tlio Iwllet
pound preparo to Rave them now, for
after the noon l.our tomorrow, wheu
I nu auction snlo of tho uaH. dogs will
take place, tho remainder will bo ex
ecuted by Officer Apana.
An announcement of a Tuberculosis
Congress has been received by Gov
enter 1-Year and ho has been asked to
""' " .r,'". BV'."S '.";". . :
LKIIBIBO ! UlL-Ul Ot-IHUIIIUUI .1, UUU
will 1m In enanlrm until Dnt 1 I
Governor Frcar Is In receipt of ni
letter from Mr. Smiley, requesting
that Hawaii sond a good stiong dele
gation to the confereuco at Lake Mo
honk, for subjects lelntlvo to Hawaii
will bo given a vast amount of consid
eration at this session.
Dr. Wilcox, who will tako charge'of .
thu government experiment station,
was officially Introduced to Governor 1
Tronr this morning by Dr. Jnred
Smith, although thu Governor was al-
ready acquainted with htm, having
come down on tho steamer with Dr.
II. E. Cooper, president of the Col
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts, jcstcrUay accepted bids for tho
furnishing of school supplies for tho
equipment of tho Institution., Tho
contracts signed Tuesday were as
A declaration has been filed by
Superintendent of Public Works
Murston Campbell, giving Thomas W.
Hobron, for certain services rendered
the department, free water privileges
to nil water that comes from a 1-2
Inch tap In Nuunnu valley forever.
Gasoline, Ignited under peculiar
circumstances wns tho causo of a
blaze on the Klnau wharf, about
9:30 o'clock last evening, which
bonl U,n dr. ,l....rln,Ml nn,,t,l fnr
..w,. ...- ... .l........w... ww,.... ..
nan an nour, aim uesirojcu u pail
of tho woodwork on the pier before
11 nun i-Awiit,iiiBiii-u,
iiiu orugiuai American ung raiteu
by Col. John C. Fremont In California
In 1846 Is now on exlilbltlun In Ilia
window of thu Hawaiian Now a Com
pany, having been secured from John
Cooko, of this city, who secured It in
1849. Tho old flag has n most lutei
estlng hlstorj, Fremont raised It in
thu vicinity of Monterey, tho Inaugura-
,.,. ... u.u ximciimt, ... uiu auim uiiu
Stripes In that Stato, which was
"I-" " "";, ...in.,. ub ciimo root; rtlattvo humidity,
brought cm thu map two jears later 55 per cent; daw point. 8 a. in
by tho dlscovcrey of gold nt Sutter's, wind-6 a. m., velocity 9,
I mill PiwiIa ,1 ,iu nil .n tl... !.... ...... - ' - '
nun. uooko was given llie flag b a
t-cout of Fremont s, who died In San
Francisco when that city was still a
village or nuts, in 1849
A Moct Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KING ST. PHONE 525.1
Your eyes may become worn out
through abuse while you are still
If they need attention, see
a; n. sanford,
ft WATERFRONT NOTES
TUB LUHLINE nrlrvid In San
Francisco last evening, mnklng tier
lime about 7 dns. Shu was not try
ing to make any speed on her run to
thu Coast. Tho Hllonlan sailed fiom
San I'ranclsco toda) with thu remaind
er of tho shipment of nrnuiuent' for
Diamond Head, the first part of which
can, lwo trl"! ,,ao-
THE MEXICAN sails today from
Kahulul, wheru she has bech loading,
for Hllo, whenco sho sails for Sallua
Cruz. Tho Texan leaves Sau I'rau
, Cisco today for this port, and the Vir
ginian sails from Sau Francisco ou
thu 17th. The next American-Hawaii-nu
boat sailing from the Sound Is tho
Alaskan, sailing on thu 19th.
A GOOD CROVO of people saw the
Flnureucc Ward sail. She carried a
god deal more than her usual freight
for Midway. She had 20 tuns of loam
30 0 ()w of fo0(, ituffi'.
end meat, with oUier
Rrll00ncr . 1nreolV
'"luom.r I1U3 largCI)
THE KINAU arrived this mornln
from Kauai, with 5000 bags sugar, "01
bags taio, 30 bags mochlgome, 20 bar-'
rels empty bottles, 18 empty wlnu bar
rels, 108 bundles hides, 22 cases sal-,
mon, 10 bags cocotnuts, S cases co-,
connut plants, 25 crates pears, 1 auto,
nnd 100 packages bimdrles.
THE STEAMSHIP Invradelll, dim',
hero on tho Oth from Auckland, New
Zealand, consigned to Tlieo II. Davlcs
& Co.. with coal, will 'not arrive until
tho lCth, according to a cnblo leeched
by thu agents here this morning Shu
belongs to tho Nuw Zealand Canadian
THE BROTHERS, gas launch,
caught flro In tho harbor yesterday,
but tho flames vvero extinguished af
ter tho house had been prutty badly
charred. Asa Miller wns In
An Investigation will bo held today.
THE I1UCRANIA, which is hcru
i.ow with coal for thu big fleet, 1ms
been chartered to carry lumber from
Portland to Japan and China, for thu
Pacific Expoit Lumber Company. I
I THE COMMERCIAL Pacific Cablo
supply bcliooncr Tlaurenco Ward, I
sailed this afternoon at 1 o'clock for
THE MIKAHALA last night had a
"'.""" ".1:1 U...U l IICH JU31 UU IHJri.
Tao man fta
as soon picked out of tho,
THE NOEAU sailed at 5 o'clock last)
.uiiiiuiK mr iiuiioKna anu luiKiunaeie
Temperatures 6 a. ni,, 73; 8 a. m.
76; 10 a in, 75; noon, 79; morniug
Ilaiometcr, 8 a. in., 30,10; nbsolute
iiiimtdity, 8 u. m.. 5.310 grains per
cubic foot: rtlatlvo humidity. 8 a. m .
N. E.j 8 a m. velocity 9. direction
N. E ; ?0 n. nt,, velocity 8, direction
E.; noon, velocity IB, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in . .00 Inch
Total wind movement during 24
hours enflod at noon, 179 mllos.
Pupils foi pianoforte, concert nnd
dance music u specialty; one horn
weekly, 75 icnts. Apply Pupils,
llulletln office. 4042-tf
At onco; position for handy man,
ablo to buy,, sell and repair If re-
quired. Apply "Handy," nullotin
Gray For Bryan's Mate
DENVER. Colo., June 30. A bitter fight over nn nntl-lnjunctlon
plank Is expected In the Democratic convention. The Eastern delegates
are leading the opposition to It.
Judge C-rny of Delaware Is In tho lead for second place.
QUIET IN MEXICO
CITY OF MEXICO, Mcx , June 30.
Ever) thing Is quiet In Mexico. The
revolution Is ended. I
REV0LTERS MADE ATTACK
EI. PASO, Texas, June 30. -- The
revolutionists attacked Palonlas to
day. One was killed and one was
captured. Hundreds of shots were
Hied. D)nnmllo was found In the
residence of tho Major.
TROOPS ON GUARD
JVASI1INUTON, D. C, Juno 30.
Tioops are guarding the Mexican
The plague Is decreasing.
BISHOP & CO.. Bankers
S. M, DAMON.
Balance Sheet as
$ 742,001. 40
Due from banks and
Hunds, stock and In
vestments Loans, discounts and
Real estate and bank
I. Allen W. T. Itnttomlev. do
nnce gileot rcpiesents a true nnd correct Btntcmcnt of tho nff.tlrs of tho
Hanking1 House of Bishop & Company as nt June 30, 1908, to the best of
my knowledge and belief. ALLEN W. T. HOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of June, 1908.
It. 11. REIDPORD,
, Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, Tenltoiy of Hawaii.
Statement of Condition June 30, 1908
Cash on hand and In
Loans sAured by mort
gages on real estato.. 7,218.00
Loans demand and
Furnlturo nnd fixtures, 9,439.16
Real cstnte ollko build
ing nnd slto 26,086.63
Accrued Interest receiv
AfcsetB other than thobu
specified nbovo 7,982.87
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oaiir.
I, Jus. L. Cockburn, Treasurer of the Plshop Trust Company, Lim
ited, do solemnly Bvvcnr that tho above statement la true to tho best ot
my knowledgo and belief. JAS. L. COCKRUHN, Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to boforo me this 30th day of June, 1908.
J. HAItlUS MACKENZIE,
Notary Public, Flist Judicial Circuit.
COAI.1NOA, Calif., Juno 30. The
daughter of a wealthy rancher of
this place, who was kidnapped jes
terday, has been rescued and tho kld
SUPPLY SHIPS SAIL
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. June 30.
Tho icpalr ship Panther, tho tender
Yankton, nml the collier Arcthusa, of
tho auxiliary fleet, salted for Ilono
BRITONS PROTECT THEM
LONDON, Eng., Juno 30. The
Persian Government requests the
surrender of tho lefugces In the
llrltlsh Legation, but has been re
fused. A. W. T. B0TT0MLEY. ..
at June 30, 1908
Capital and surplus..! 908,122.80
Duo to banks and
bankers 24,307. CO
Honolulu, T. II., Juno 30, 1908.
solemnly swear that the foregoing llnl-
Paid In... 57,500.00
Undivided protlts 5,010.14
TriiBt and agency bal
IN MM l
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, July 1,
VICTORIA Arrived Juno 30:
S. S. Mnramn, henco .lime 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jimu 30:
U. S. Aux. Panther, for Honolulu.
U. S. Aux. Yankton, for Honoliihi.
U.'S. Aux. Arcthusa, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 1:
S. S. Illlonlan. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ivcd July 1:
S. S. l.urjlne, henco June. 23.
S ARRIVED a
Wednesday, July t.
Stmr. Klnnu, Gregory, from Kauai.
7 a. m.
It M 3 )t M X ) H )C )t H H H K 5t X
DEPARTED . X
Tuesday, Juno 30.
Stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Mlknhala. Self, for Maul nnd
A.-H. S. S. Despatch, Kokenvltz, for
Am. schr. Annlo E. Smalo, Colstrup,
for Makawcll, p. in.
Wednesday, July 1.
American schooner Flnurcnco Ward,
Plltz, for Midway, 1 p. m.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Carter, for Pcnil
Harbor, 10:30 u. ni.
Stmr. Inul, Ilruhn, for Hawaii
s H 50 JC if K X X tt H tf W X '
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr Klnnu, Gregory, from
Knual, July 1st. P. R. Isenberg, Miss
J. Shaw, Lndy Macfarlane, Miss II.
Mncfarlnuo, Mrs. C. A. Ricu nnd chil
dren, Mis. C. A. Rice's maid, Mls
rinklci. Mis Rledel. Miss lliedcl, Miss
Ilaucr, 11. liniiuie, Mrs. R. I). Moler,
Master N. Moler, G. II. Falrchlld. A.
Qartley, J. P. Cooko. A. Low Is, P.
Scheld, It. Filcko, I). Verles, 1). Scott,
Mrs. T. Robinson. Mrs. Hart. Mrs. V.
Johnson, Mrs. A. Kukca, Soy Lee, Miss
Lee, R. llo, W. Matsushita and 27
a a a k 3c k k s n h k a n
3' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
)t 3C X K !t )C a i5 H JC M K M M M tt
Per stmr. W.'o Hall, Thompson, for
Kuunl, 5 p. m., Juno 30. Miss Hunt
ington, MUs Stunins, MIsb Vera Dam
on, Miss M. Ilroltovlllo, It. McU. Pan
ul, P. De Ilrettovllle. II. E. Abbey, Ah
Hov, Judge QunrlcB, Alexiindci Rose,
Ruberca Pnneo, Mrs. Mnrgnret Oin
stod, Master Fountain1, Miss Fountain,
.It.A. Kcains, A. D. I.arnach.
Per htinr. Mlknhala, Self, for Maul
land Moloknl ports, June 30, 5 p. in.
Helen K. Pnoa, Mrs. Kaohanul, Uei
.nice Ponhn nnd child, W. Hitchcock,
Rex Hitchcock. Rudolph Hitchcock,
Miss Wallace, Mis. Mutch and 4 chil
Per schr. Flnurcnco Ward, Plltz, for
Midway, July . P. G. Cox.
THE MAUI sailed at noon for I.iu
pilioehou nnd poits, to collect another
c.ugo of sugai.
THE U. S S. Iroquois went out to
Pearl Harbor tlilu morning, to do sonio
THE ANNIE E. SMALE
for Mnknwell Inst evening.
THE ALASKAN left Knhiilul
tculay for San Francisco.
THE MARAMA. huieu a week ago,
nrilved In Vlctorln jesterday.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havejt ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles. D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.