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nVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1008.
You Still Have an Opportunity
We are continuing th 3 s lie of the greatest lot of gentlemen's I
wear ever offered in Ho.idIuIu at low prices. The quality is j
in every garment in tti3 Rosenberg stock and the cut-in-two ,
price will prevail until every article is sold. j
GET YOUR FOURTH OF JULY TOGOERY NOW WHILE IT IS CHEAP!
Great Pants Sale
EVERY PRICE REDUCED! FROM FIFTY CENTS TO $1.10 OFF
We have them in good patterns for' $1.50, $1.90, $2.10, $2.25, $2.45,
$2.75, $3,00, $3.40.
Bargains in Woolen Suits
Mixed Tweed, quality guaranteed; competition in prices for tame
value is not attempted. Suits, from $6.75 used-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 Roods. . . i(', t ,i
Straw and Felt Hats
We era celling $1.00 Straw Hats for 50 Cents and $3.50 Felts for
$1.75. 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. " s
Perfection Ith and 5th.
All rliltlug members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend mi Ulngs of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, "St. 3, L 0. 0. F.
eU every Monday evening at
' 1:30 In I. O O. V. Hall, Fort Btret
B R HENDRY, Secretary.
BBH. P. VICKERS, N. O.
til vI.Iuuk brotners very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Menu ovory 2d and 4th Tuesday
of e.icb month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hnll. comer Fort and Deretanla Bts.
viMtlng llrothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
V. WALDRON. K. of It. & 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Berotanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERINQ, C.C.,
JAB. W. WHITE, K.R.B.
aONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Kiiiiiliiln Lodge No. 618, B. P. O.
., will .nwt In their ball on King
oeur Knrt t-t vpry F'tday even
ng Hv nrdBi- of the K It.
HENRY C. EABTON,
WM. 11. MclNERNY. E. R.
Jin. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
fort and Berotanla. Visiting broth
tre cordially Invited to attend
W L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
B A. JACOUSON. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WHU-
NKSDAY evenings or eacn monin i
7:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Jeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZUE, W., Prest
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. it.
Meets eiery first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
v , , A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
4C00 Oreon Roofing Slate 10"xl6.
S00 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-galIon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for W Wrought Pipe.
k i iEMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street Phone 2U.
KEEP IT IN
THE BEER WITH
AND LESS ALCOHOL.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FORT AND KING 8TB.
Cut for you, from your own meaS'
,. , ,. . . , ..
uro: u uon i com .my , .u .vk
jou save money, because you get sat -
If you have a
fault In your flg -
ure 76 do I will hide It for you.
Our suits nt Twenty-flve Dollar
have no comparison. There Is no ex
cuse to he Blovonly attired when for
LJ.Aa, ,-. 1 , l.J, LJ1t--. V. 4 l-
the same money you can be well nmBi a deputy eherlff, who have Ueen A good deal of interest Is being tak
HrctBiwi v . 'working against "bootleggdrs," woro en In hor on tho waterfront, nnd sho
GEO. A. MARTIN,
LOCAL iM 6ENERAL I
U there is work to be had a Bulle
tin Want Ad. will And it.
. . 4 v t. , mi tB m
Auto at hack tare. Tel. 361.
Tho hand will nlay this afternoon at j
Fort Shatter. i
Tbo Paragon Market has n closing
notice in this Issue
A furnished cottago Is wanted by n
I good tenant. Soo Want Cohimn.
Meals ale being surved regularly as
usual at Uio Royal Aniwix. "Sootty'g."
A closing notice of tho Metropoli
tan Meat Co. appears In this Issue
j Hawaiian Trlbo No. 1, I.-O, R. M.,
will meet In K. of P. hall this Thurb-
ilny evening at 7:30.
Oct tho wireless habit. Talk to your
Island friends by wireless. Tho rates
arc low, and tho habit easy to acquire.
C. 11. Behn has two largo new auto-
i mobiles for hlro. You can reach him
by calling by phono 200, 388, or 1438,
There are many fine now views of
Honolulu and other places Just made
and on display nt the Pacific Picture
Do you know what O. V. Q. stands
for? Well It stands for Usher's Scotch
whiskey for which Peacock & Co. ,
are tho agents.
On Installments of 12 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Denny ft Co., Ltd,
agents. 1286 Fort St. Phono 488.
Thoso who buy- liquors and wines
for table use should know that thu
only place In town to buy them rea
sonably Is at T. F. McTlRhu & Co.'s.
- You can get (opulur novels books
that you want at tho Hawaiian News
Co. for 75c each, whllo they last. 400
$1.50 books nro solllngfor75c each.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You will bo surprised at Its cuollnc
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
Wo have Bomo very cliolco houses to
rent and for sale In good residence
sections of (ho 'city. Call and see us
about It. Watcrhouso Trust Co., Ltd.
Have yon seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine,
Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd. I CAPTAIN JOROENSEN of tho Ka-
Tho accounts of tho United States Icna had his foot crushed last Tues
Marshal and United States Commls-.day by an anchor '.which was being
sloner Frank Hatch wcro this morn- shipped, and wus lnld up In tho Mar
ine approved In open court by Judge I'no Hospital.
, lllom Is holding one of tho biggest
J (.ales In corsets and umbrellas at spec
ially reduced prices that hno been
'held In Honolulu. 1-4 to 1-2 off on
If your eyes give ou the slightest
trouble, have them nttended to at
once. A. N. Sanford will give them
tho best attention possible at very)
Si'int0"' t0 50U" St"l" '" BOBton
n'i awii i.hin f i.-i v llrao tomorrow for tho Sound, In bal-
Deputy Sheriff Pahla of hoolaupoko,,.,.,
enmo over (his morulng. Hu reported
that tho forerunncra of tho Democratic
party nro actively engaged In convlnc-
Ing tho peoplo of the good and -benefit
they would derive from tho party, If
tbey becamo Democrats.
Tho Salvation Army Hpme. which Is
probably doing moro practical goodup for an overhauling.
than any similar institution in the Is -
lands, Is overcrowded, and funds arojGEBJLMj TRAMP, SHORT ON
tlons for the unfortunates, who are
constantly going there for help.
Tho annual Sunday school picnic of
St. Androw's CnthodraLwIII be hold at
iho nni,,,,in .i., .ti i. nhii.
drcn are requested to bo at, the' depot
ai a ociuck, wnen iroo uoxeis win i,e
olvonlhr.m Pnrnnto nn,1 fHr-Ha nrn
i given them. Parents and friends are
.cordially Invited. Tickets for tho
.round trln will be. 25 cents. Tho ro -
lfrPRhmnnt rnnimlttn wilt lin nt thn
depot at 8 o'clock to receive provl-
Tho coroner's Inquest hold over tho
death of tho lato Quv Owens last nlcht
(rendered a verdict that ho camo to
i iit-nni iiuui uii uit;i:ii,u Diiuun.
his death from an electric shock. Tho
j consisted of C. Bradley, W. A
1 Ackermann, James Westbrook, John
Pulaa, David Alohlkca and David Ka-
'uhano, and the witnesses called to
lKlvo evidence 'wero W. A. GUI, V. E.
Richardson, A. Lotta, A. Robinson and
i r ,oi
Miss Clara Truo, superintendent of
n'n Indian reservation near San Rer-
nnrdlnn. C.Al nml Mrs. Hazel Glim,
'ambushed by seven men, but'drovo off
ineir assailants wun rovoives nro anu
1 later tbo men were captured.
VOnr eTM never Pve y1 tn Bligltt-
., trouble this ad is not for you
e" xrou.Dle- xm M- " Ior y-
If they SO. take them to
A. N. SANFORD,
K B B Itt 8 8 KXH gfeBIRIl
WATERFRONT NOTES i
THE STEAMER Manna Kca. with
the Elks und their friends, bound for
Hllo and tho volcano to spend the
glorious Fourth, will leave the regular
wharf tomorrow afternoon at G o'clock.
She Is to carry a large crowd of ex
cursionists, nil accommodations bring
filled, and a long waiting list having
THE W. 0. HALL will make a spec
ial trip down from Knuat Saturday
next Instead of Sunday, as scheduled.
Tho change of (Into of nrrlvul Is duo
to the fact that Saturday Is tho
Fourth, and a holiday.
THE CLAUDINE arrived this morn
ing from Maul atlljlnwnll ports, with
passengers, and tho following freight:
721 Ohta tics, 93 sacks potatoes, 1
horse, bogs, 23, packages empty bot
tles, and 180 packages sundries.
THE AMERICAN ship Marlon Chit'
cott sailed this morning for Monterey,
for a new load of oil. Shu made a
very pretty slglit, under full sail, ob
she got under way Just off port, with
a favoring breezy.
ASA MILLER was exonerated from
blamo In the matter of tho burning of
tho deck house of tho launch llroth
ers. and comineuded fdr his work m
extinguishing the flames when ho did.
CAPTAIN DREW has command
again of the R. P. Rlthct, his old boat.
Ho will come down this trip with his
THE U. S. Supply ship Cnlgoa Is on
Its way from San Francisco for this
port, In tho wake of tho other fleet ton
.phi , ,M,nn. ., .n.
Cooke.' Captain Penhallow, sails some'
THE KAENA Eot back from Maul!
and Molokal vosterday, bringing some the ships will ho In port, the arrival
sand to bo nnalysod. I dates of tho Mauna Loa, Claudlne,
THE IROQUOIS came back from 'and Mauna Kea being moved ahead
Poarl Harbor yestorday with a bargo!no day each. The Mauna Loa, due
In tow. I to arrlvo on Friday, the 17th, will bo
THE DREDGER Reclamation Is laid1'" Instead on Thursday, tho 16th. Tho
1 . , '
SIJPPT.TEH ABHTVT.n TTT.WV.
Over two hundred poor Chinese,
who have made a long nnd tiresome
voyage from tho Orient to Sallna Cruz
i.. - !.., n .... ..
making their weary way back, arrived
on port yestorday 1evcnlnc, In tho
Hnrmnn l. .,..',,. lll.f,i ,,.
German tramp steamer Mickael Jeb
sen, And now they aro in quarantine,
'nnd must lln niitnMn tlm hnrlmr mi
rrrnnnt rtf n .Inn. I, ufliAn m. .t.ma.'
was afew days out of port, the cause
jor winch Is now in doubt. Thcro was
no physician on board competent to
diagnose tho complaint.
The Jebsen took out tho Chlncso as.
immigrants to Mexico. At Sallna
uruz tnoy woro refused admittance by
tho authorities, who Bald' that they
suffered from trachoma. And, as tho I
men who sent them out agreed to let1
them como hack without further ex-1
penee, except for found, 'in case thoy
were turned down at the Mexican nort.
i tney aro now going back to China.
Sho found stores running low, and
put in hero for replenishing. Sho will
take Oil BUnnllcS Outside.
'8 helng compared with tho llucranla.i
""- "" irmnp wuivu is now iiug
TOWNE WANTS II
WILMINGTON, Del., July 1. Judge Gray, who has been promi
nently mentioned In dUpatches from Denver as a probable choice of tho
Democrats for tho Vice Presidency, disclaims that he Is n randlilnto for.
the nomination. ' '
BRYAN IS NO
LINCOLN, Neb., July 1. Ex-Senator Chnrles A. Towno Is n cantll-
dato for the Democratic nomination
ed llrjnn today. Tho assured candidate for tho Presidency refused to
name his preference for his running-mate.
Charles Arnotte Townc, who Is mentioned as n candidate for tho
nomination for the Vice Presidency, Is u former United States Senator
from Minnesota. Ho Is notable as an orator and for the stand he took
on the advocacy of tho free coinage of silver, leaving the Republican Na
tional Convention In 1S9G because, of the gold standard plank. Ho was
chairman of the Silver Republican party from 1897 to 1901, and In 1899
received tho Fusion voto of the Minnesota Legislature for the Senate. In
1900 he was nominated for the Vice Presidency by both the People's
party and the Silver Republicans, declining both nominations. He was
appointed to tho United States Senate in 1900 to fill a vacancy. In 1901
he was elected to Congress by the Fourteenth Congressional District
(New York) as a Democrat.
BISHOP POTTER DYING
COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., July 1.
serious. Ills phjslctans roport that
Henry Codman Potter, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of
New York, whose end Is probably near. Is over 74 years old. Ho was
ordained ns n deacon In 1857, and has filled several of the most Impor
tant pulpits In his church since. He wns secretary of tho Houso of Dish
ops 1863 to l'S83, leaving to become coadjutor to his uncle, Horntlo Pot
ter, Ulshop of New York, whom he succeeded In 1S87. He Is tho nuthor
of many church publications. He was a visitor In Honolulu a few years
JOHNSON'S HEADQUARTERS OPEN
DENVER, Colo, July 1. The headquarters for tho workers for Gov
ernor Johnson of Minnesota, llryan's rival for tho Presidential nomina
tion, were opened todny.
The headquarters for the Ilryan forces will be opened Thursday.
SERVICE FOR FLEET
In order to allow people from tho
other Islands to get n better cbauco of
seeing the big FlcH whllo It Is hero,
th Inter-Island Steam Nnvlgatlou
Comnany Is rearranging the BChodule
for Its steamers during tho week that
luiauamo, nuo on tno luin, gets in on
Wednesday, tho 15th, and tho Mauna
'Kea, which comes In regularly on Sat-
UIW' w u0 n on Tll"y '."
' I Tho Klnau is to make a special trip
rrom Kauai, and return, wnich will
give people from the Garden Isle a
s" l,eonlB, ,ro.ra uaruen isio a
SovDwM?n .Z .. J? ?.T Z'
day, whllo tho ships are hore. Sho
"'" leaTn ""l!1 .i'"' n'iriv
,' V . . , . W ,
SUUllayl, and lOaVlUg for KaUttl OD
Two Dutch sloops were stopped on
" " sasv " 'ln Qr " r", "l'.
tho coast of Venezuela by u Vonozuel
tin coast-guaid vessel und takln to
Coro, where they wcru detnlnod two
A Moet Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
69 S JONG ST.
for tho Vlco Presidency. Ho vlsll-
Tllshop Potter's condition Is more
he is sinking. -
BECAUSE OF GRIEF
Crazed by grief over tbo death of
her infant Akaso Sayu, a Japanese
woman living at Mollllll, this forenoon
committed suicide by hanging herself
in tho bedroom of her llttlo home.
Theyo were several pathetic featuics
tfbout tho case.
Entymologlst Kotlnsky cava tho
alarm to tho pollco department. He
was chaslug Insects In tho neighbor
hood of the house, which Is on the
iliakal sldo of the Mollllll road a llttlu
distance, on tho Kwa sldo of the
church, when ho saw a small Japanese
girl crying. Tho kliidhcartcd scientist
asked her about her trouble and sho
led him to tho room whero tho body
of her mother was hanging from a
rafter. She "had tied her obo around
her neck, and was dead when found.
Thu woman a husband, who Is a
stone cutter, was called from his work
by neighbors. Ho explained that tho
woman had given birth to a child last
March, but In April the infant died.
Ulnco mat tnno sno had been very
despondent and apparently to somo
extent mentally dernnged.
This morning tho husband went to
work as usual at U o'clock, leaving his
wife and two daughters, uged 7 and
14 'years lespectlvely, at tho house. It
appears that at about 9 o'clock tho
woman sent tho children on an errand
to a Etorp, and during their absence
she carried out her fatal plan. When
tho children roturned they found her
Coroner Jarrett went to tho scone
Immediately after tho case had been
reported, and mndo an investigation
with tho aid of Special Officer Town
send, who acted as an Intcrprofor. A
coronor's Jury was ompanolled which
will hold a session this evening.
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, July 2.
SAN, FRANCISCO Sailed July 1:
S. S. Texan, for Honolulu.
U. S. Aux. Culgon, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed July 1:
S. S. Mexican, for Hllo.
MAKAWEL1 Arlcd July 2:
Schr. Annlo E. Smnle, henco July 1.
8 ARRIVED H
Wednesday, July 1.
Stmr. James Mnkce, Thompson,
from Maul and Molokal ports.
flur. stmr. Michael Jensen, Ilendlx
en, 16 ds from Satina cruz, p. m.
Thursday, July 2.
Stmr, Claudlne, Ueunett, from Ha
waii and Maul, 4:48 a. m.
Thursday, July 2.
Am. bii Marlon Chllcott. Anderson.
for Monterey, 9 a, in.
it. K.SS MKKXHHSKMKK
K SALLINQ TODAY ,
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai, 5
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per S. S. Claudlne, Rcnnctt, fiom
Hawnl land Maul ports, July 2. C. A.
Young. Miss Hundley, W. W. Taylor,
J. Phillips, Miss S. C. Fraln, A. Water
house, F. T. P. Watei house, John
Spencer, Miss Freeney, Miss E. Lind
say, Miss Gault, Mrs. Sabey, Mrs. Car
Icy, C. E. Copcland, Dro. Moirls, Iliu.
Charles, J. a. Anderson, Mrs. Kcnlo-
lnia, Mrs. Ah See, Miss Aklm, Ilro.
Frank, Ilro. George, Miss Hadley, A.
II. Relmnnn, E. Diivauchclle, Hern
Shong. Misses" Wood (2), A. A. Wil
son, W. A. Wall, C. Ah Nee, wlfo and
2 children, Chock Kau, Young Shun,
II, Meyer, Dr Y. Nnkamura, G. Tnka
tie, I.al Kam, wife and 2 children, and
W PASSENGERS BOOKED
&&'&&&&& )lib MH14XWWU
Per S. S. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai,
July 2, 5 p. in. .Mlbs Fountain, Mus
ter Fountain, W. L. Morgan, Cyril
Damon, N,. Freltas, P. L. Weaver, Miss
Alice Harper, Mrs. Napoleon, Miss M.
Akoo, Miss Speckman, Miss Dow, Mrs.
Peters and 2 chlldicn. Mrs. Hunatkl,
Miss K. Wong, Miss B. Hundley. W.
P. AlexandC-r, Miss Sophia Delancy,
Miss M. E. Leslie, Mrs. A. Wntoi
house, Mrs. E. R. Rosb, Albert Water-
,1'oll" Ge0- Inor, D. H. Watson, Mrs,
p. KeouKaon, Mrs. G. R. Ewart, Jr.,
Mrs. H. A. Jaeger, Miss Charlotte
Dojge, Miss Surah Sheldon, R. Mc
Glow, Alfred C. Young, Mrs. J. W.
Ash, aeo. Holt, Chris. Holt.
In a four-hour test under forced
draft Rear Admiral Dayton reports tho
armored cruiser Mali land aveiaged
133.- revolutions a nilnuto at a bpeetl
of 22.23 ltnoK while the armored
'""'L1"11 yl,r,K',.1'n' ,,m!cr. "Imllar
conditions, made' 131.8 involutions and
Sovornl dogs nro nndereolnc tro.it,
ti?rvBb,Cv U"J, P?s,0.ur ,nstl
""A L J&L." loM.a Je
on the incrouso In tho District of Co
lumbia, according to a report of Dr. A.
D. Molvln, chief of th buieau of an
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowinjr-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll hava it ready
in no time, and the price will be io
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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