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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ., TIIUnSDAV, JULY 4, 1008.
14 TO 17 INCHES HIGH.
OILED SEAL STOCK, 17 in., $6.00
CHROME TANNED CALF, 17 in...
MOSSE HIDE. 17 in $9.50
HORSE HIDE, 14 in., Water Proof. .
HORSE HIDE, 17 in., Water Proof. .
McINERNY SHOE STORE
This delicious Bread is Baked and Delivered fresh Ev
There's no other like it in Honolulu.
The Palm Cafe
CALIFORNIA TABLE FRUITS
All prices lower than ever one all California Tinned
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
169 K1NQ ST. FAMILY.GROCERS. TELEPHONE 240
DON'T WANDER OFF
Buy your BUTTER where you can be assured of Qual
ity. We have the best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT'S 0 H E A P t
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
FAVORED AT MOLOKAI
It In stated that tho Federal nrnml
Jury, which Ib now In session, yester
day was Investigating n charge,
brought that aliens wcro favored In
tho labor being dono at tho United
States Leprosy Investigating Btatlon
on Molokal. It Is also said that tho
foreign laborers have been paying a
twenty per cent rake-off to tho firms
that secured their employment. Con
structor Pease was called beforo the
body, and ho admlttedlliat aliens wcro
employed in the 'work. While ho
would not say much about tho matter,
he will prepare a statement which ho
will. present to tho Grand Jury. Jt is
probablo that tho Grand Jury will rec
ommend that all the work dono on tho
Station carried on by citlicn labor.
I Ml Ml
(Continued from Pace 4)
n good thing, In my opinion, both for
you and for us."
Tho manager of tho "Denver Post"
writes: "We have your News Bulle
tin of May 30th. In reply, will say
that wo will bo only too glad to havo
you contlnuo sending us this service
as wo find it very fine. Yesterday wo
used tho artlclo on tho Cowboy rim
ers." Tho editor of the Idaho Republican,
published. at Dlnckfoot, Idaho, writes
that ho ran tho cut of "Tho Croe.i
Roads of tho Pacific" loaned him by
us and that he makes frequent uso of
Joe Mitchell Chappie, editor of "The
National Magazine," writes under
date of June 12th:
"Your regurar press uhect received
In which I havo' been much interested.
hopo somo time' during tho coming
year to make a trip to Hawaii and If
so, want to havo tho lienrty co-operation
of the Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee for printing twenty to forty pages
of handsomo illustrated material of
my owu concerning Honolulu. I think
It will bo equivalent to the splendid
work wo did on the Panama issue and
the Canadian North-West, copies of
which I am sending you, under anoth
Will havo tho magazines sent you
regularly so as to kcop you posted.
With cordial best wishes, believe
me, Sincerely yours,
"JOB MITCHELL CHAPPLE."
Tho Hallway and Marino News of
Seattle acknowledges receipt of our
service and asks for a special artlclo
which Is now being prepared for them.
Many other letters are to hand from
different publications, dally, weekly
and monthly, but 'tho foregoing v. ill
tend to show how generally the ground
has been covered and tho manner In
which our news service has been re
Respectfully submitted, ,
II. P. WOOD.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. July 2.1908
NAMI OF STOCf
. Bmrer Co,
P.wi Plantation Co ,,..
Haw Com At Sue Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Honorou Sugar Co ....
HonokAA SufarCo. ..
Haiku Sairar Co
Kitiuku Plantation Cn
Klhel Plantation Co Ltd
Klpahutc Sugar Co.,..
Koloa Sugar Co
McRrrdeSucar Co ....
Oatm Sugar Cn
Onomea Sugar Co .m.
Ookola Sugar Maul Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ud ....
faaliau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
t'ala Plantation Co ....
Pcpcekco Sugar C0..1.
Watalua Agile Co. ....
Wrlluku Sugar Co ....
Waimc a Sugar Mill Co
lutcr-Uland Steam N Co
Hawaiian Kltol tic Co..
Hon K T A I. Co Prrl
Mutual Ttlcphoiif Co
Nahiku Rubber Co.Am.
lino k k Co
Hon rl 'M Cotl
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Haw Teri PC
HawTer 4H pc
HawTcr 4H pc..'.,,,.
HawTer ) pc
Haw Gov't t dc
Ca. Beet Sug St Ret Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
HawSuear Cob rc...
Iltto R RCo Con PC
Katuiku P.ant Co 6 p c.
Urfrvdr S Cn'i M
Olliu RSt I.Co6pc.
uanu sugar o pc ..
CUa Sugar In 6 p c.
Pac Sug. Mill Co, Ca
raia rianiauoil o ....
Pioneer Mill Co ope ..
Walalua Agrlo Co, s P c
LOCAL AND iENEIAL
There arc ftvo- hundred people in
Honolulu who would welcome a
change of home location. These peo
ple read Bulletin For Bent ads.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyda, 8tbls.
Ring tut Mrs. Kcarns, 1110, for n Jar
of fresh mlnccmc.it for tho 4lh. '
Honk! Honk! Call llll. J. A. Mc
Leod, for the plcnsantvst auto ride.
Ring 109 for flno Studcbakcr, five
seated outo; day or night. Club
Rend tho special summer offer by
tho Volcano House in another column
of this Issue.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfy. Co., for
All kinds of beer,' wines nnd mixed
kdrlnks nro served In the best manner
at tho Fashion. Just gtc us n try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Begister of Typewriter. Phone 143.
In order to nccommoilntu their tunny
customers, I,, 11. Kerr & Co. will re
main open until 9 p. m. Friday, July
Extension To Be Sought
By Company From
Sales Between Hoards: 60 Ewa,
127.50: 100 Ewn, SZ7.S0: 12 Ewa
$27.50; 50 OahU Bug: Co., JL'S.GO. CU
Oahu Sug. Co., $23.50; SO Oahti Sug.
Co., 128.D0;- 40 Oahu Sug. Co.. $28.50;
15 Oahu Sug. Co., $28.50. Session: 0
Latest sugar quotation 4.25 cents
or M5 per ton.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO-. 7t-1M KINO STRUT.
of all kinds, of all shades, and of all widths. Bibboni for
drosses, for hats, for hair, and for flowers. Just the kind
for the graduation exeroises. Very cheap for the quality,
L. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
There will be a mectlne of tho Dec
oration Committee nt 4 p. m., at tho
offlco of J. F. Morgan today.
The Paragon Market will close nt
8 u. nt. Saturday, July 4 th. All de
livery orders must bo placed not la
ter than Friday. Only one morning
delivery Saturday. 4043-21
The Metropolitan Meat Co., Mil,,
will make two deliveries on Friday,
July 3, and one morning delivery
July 4. Tho market will closq
promptly ut 8 a. m. Saturday, July 4.
in an automobile is just the thine.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
LABOE STOCK. LOWEST FBICES.
London Beets, 10s 9 3-4d
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Msmbsrt Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manif.tr.
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEU PRIVATE 'EXCHANGE 4.
On Tuesday next n flnnl opportu
nity to hear Mudnmo Arrul will bo
offered to thoio who were not so for
tunate us to hear her on the 30th.
Afterwards, Madame goes on her way
to London and the I-Viinco-lIrttlsh Ex
hlhltlon, only stopping nt Cincinnati
and New York on her trip across the
StntcR, and it in lo bo hoped that Ho
nolulu will Rive her a bumper hotiba
as a farewell nnd to show that they
huvo really appreciated her visit. It
Tho Standard Telcphono Company,
of which the lato Guy Owens was one
of tho main promoters, nan lost its
franchise. It expired last month ow
ing to the non-fulfilment of tho .clause
of It which stipulated that the work
of construction was to begin nt a cer
tain dato of Inst month. Tho stock
holders have, however, not given up
tho hope of continuing tho operation
of the concern, nnd expect to tin so by
gottlng n renewal of tho franchise
"Yes, the franchise wns lost labl
month." said Attorney Frank Thomp
ron, who represents the company, this
morning. "This was due to the fact
that tho work of construction was not
started within tho tlmu set forth. It
wns lriiK)ssll)le to do so owing to tho
fact that tho necessary money hail not
been found. An attempt was made to
finance the projiosltloii last year, but
tho time was 'then too short and on
this account no ono would Invest. How
ever, had there been sufficient time
Iheie would havo been no difficulty In
nmllng tho necessary ccpltal.
"Tho company has not given tin
hope by an menus yet," continued
Thompson. "Tho stockholders havo
appointed a committee to try anil se
cure nn extension of tho frnnchlsu
from Congress, nnd this matter has
been placed In thu hands of tho firm
of attorneys at Washington which se
cured Lho original franchise for tho
company. If tliln Is secured nnd suf
ficient time Is thus granted, thoro
should bo no difficulty in Minting tho
AHEAD IN EAST
.1. Hastings llnwland, former As
Klfclnnt 'Superintendent of I'ulillc
Works here, has been heard from. IIo
Is but too seldom that tho artists of 's,nt lrcsont tho boss of 200 men nt
uimii&uuYiiiu, it. i., vwiuru 1111 in nur
Coyne Furniture Co.
NEW JERSEY MOSQUITO EGOS
on exhibition at the
, NEXT TO THE TIIEATEB.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING: CO.,
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COUIIT FOR THE TERRITORY
In tho Matter of Otto Oertz, a Uank-
rupt. No, 1G7.
Notlco of Klrst 'Meeting of Creditors.
To the Creditors of Otto Oertz,
of Honolulu, In the County of Oahu,
and Territory aforesaid, a bank
rupt: Notlco Is hereby given thut on tho
1st day of July, A. D. 1908, tho said
Otto Gertz was duly adjudged bank
rupt; and that the first meeting of
his creditors will bo hold in my of
fice in the Stangenwald llulldlng, In
Honolulu, on the 10th day of July,
A. D. 1908, nt 11 o'clock a. m., at
which time the said creditors may at
tend, provo their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, nnd
transact such other business as may
properly come beforo said meeting.
Honolulu. July 2. 1908.
WADR WAItRHN TIIAYBR.
4043-lt . Referuo.
tho first rank visit us and when they
tin wo should show them thut their
visits nro appreciated. An entirely
new program has been arranged for
next Tuesday, and It wll bo of both
operatic and bullud music, ns Ma
dame Arral has her art so fine that
sho can lend herself not only lo tlm
great masterpieces of tho masters but
to u simple ballad as well. It Is few
who realize that nt one of Madame
Arrul's concorts thoy ligar practically
tho heart of two or lltrco operas, ns
the grand arias nro tho groundwork
of tho opcrns and tho dlnloguo (which
Is no longer permitted In grnnd op
era, being superseded by recltntivo)
and small arias only All up to render
the ensemblo Intolll'glblc At.nny
ono of her concerts Madame Arrnl
Blnga moro than sho would (and Is,
undor a greater nervous strain) In a
week of operatic work If sho was only
In ono opera. It Is n great strain on
nnv urllnl uml It la umnll wnnilnf
thnt MudamoArrn! only Blngs twice
u week, and In Franco nono of the
leading artistes who sing title mlcs
itro nllowcd to sing moro than twlco
a week. it
orlnlenilent of construction of n largo
dam mid power plant. In his letter to
h friend hero, hn states that the dam
will hold back 300 (ImeH an much
water oh the Niiunnu dam.
ST. LOUIS 600 MILES
OUT AND STILL SLOW
At 8:17 o'clock last evening, the
cruiser Ht., Louis called Kaliuku wire
less station, ami sent tho following
message: "Wo nro about COO miles
from you and nro making 12',-i knots.
Fair weather and moderate, sen. Good
Tho message tends merely to show
Ihnt the vessel still Is making very
slow time, and Is not spurting to gut
Garfield to tho Coast by the Mil, us
ho was bchediilcd to arrhe.
Tickets for the Atlantic fleet, ball
can bo procured at tho following
places: Hawaiian Now Co, Ltd.,
Chnmbors Drug Co., Ltd., Wall, Nich
ols Co., Ltd., Benson, SmjUi & Co.,
Ltd., Tlergstrom Music Co., Ltd.. Hoi
lister & Co., Ltd., M. A. Qtinst & Co.,
M. Molncrny, Ltd. .
Nlshlinnto, a Japanese lllng nn Ku
kill street, yesterday brought n wlerd
story of a burglary to tho pollco sta
tion. IIo stated that last Sunday
morning when ho awakened nt 5
o'clock, ho found that somuouo had
takon from his room a box containing
money and somo underwenr. Tho
same mysterious Intruder had ran
sacked all tho furnlttiro in thu room,
had turned everything upstdo down,
strewn rice, bowls, chopsticks ' and
other utensils about In fantastic pit
terns, and had finally opened nil tho
f-Micots nlHiii tho houso. so that tho
place was streaming with water, Tho
narrator finished his yarn by saying
that ho wns very cold and shivered
when he awoke, mid ho bcllovcd the
work to bo that of n ghost.
EaEtV SwHlTj tVSMS .
mmmWT I HLa
EsW I HeH
To rent furnished cottage for two or
tlueo months. Address "Tenant,"
liillletln ottlce. 4013-Ct
Small leather purse with owners
niune, loM between I'uniiul nnd
the Capitol. Reward If returned
to Dr. Cooper's otlku. KMII-lt
Get him Clothes in which
he can be comfortable, and
have a good time!
Our Star Boys' Blo'ute 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., King Street near Fort.
DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE
A delightfully refreshing drink, unfermented but with
a bouquet and sparkle equal to champagne. Non-alcoholic,
but crisp, and snappy. Get A Sample Bottle. i
25 CENTS A PINf; BY THE DOZEN $2.50.
BENSON. SMITH & CO., Ltd.
"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 '' our
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. . P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Bock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
One of M'Call's Newest Patterns
Saturday, July 4, being u legal
holiday, nil offices of tho Territorial
Government will bo clo3cd ontliat
(Signed) T. rilKAU.
. flnvcrnnr of Ifnwnll.
KM'Ciitlvo IlulldliirT, Honolulu,
July 1st, 1UUS. 1013-lt
1K !rr !
Another Shipment of
At same cut prices just received
E. W. JORDAN & CO., Ltd.
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