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EVENINO BULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H. WEDNESDAY, JULY S, 190S.
Now In Progress
A Clearing Event Absolutely-Unprecedented
merely a Special Sale of
certain articles,- but a
Report Had It That He Would Make
Make Way For C. H. Tracy.
Thla Is Denied.
Rumor was current thla morning
to tlio effect that Murk I'. UoblnHon
Intended to resign na President of tho
Hoard of Health within the next tew
dns, In order that the jilaco might
be tnailo vacant for C. II. Tracy, now
connected with tho Hawaiian Trust,
Tracy was otico Considered aa nn op-
txinent of l'lnkham.
"The report Is absolutely untrue,"
waa the emphatic statement of Mnrlc
1'. Robinson this morning, "I nm
not considering lcslgulng within tho
next few dnjs."
In Every Department
A General Breaking of Prices
All Goods marked in plain figures
and sold for cash only
UP LND MATTERS
Outside of official calls which ViCio
Itahhlm.thla morning by nilous nav
al and other olllclals, (!orrnor I'lonr
linn dono very little hut look Into l.md
matters. I.nnd Commissioner rralt
wnH with him In consultation on a
part of tho morning regarding Iota lu
Iho I'upiikca and I'atimealu tracts.
Six or soven of these lota will prob
ably bo put up for i-nla at auction
Anolher matter which the flmornnr
la considering Is tho bringing beforu
Congresa n propOHitlon tu lmvo land
distributed by lot. It Is necessary to
lmo an Act of Congress before thla
mm bo done, which will give each
would-be settled nn equal chance.
Mr. Koike, tho Japanese Consul
General In San Francisco, will pass
through hero on tho steamship Tcnjo
Mnru, icturnlng to Jnpan on official
business. Ho will leave San Fran
cisco on tho 25th day of September
so as to bo present at Yokohama bo
fore tho arrival of tho grcit Atlantic
Fleet. Tho repot t has It that Kolko
HERE ONTHE KOREA
Commissioner Hon, Jose Ruiz Lu-
zurlaga, who la a through passenger
has been one of the three Filipino
members of tho Philippine. Commis
sion of eight men who have dono tho
legislating for tho Philippines .for the
past eight years. He Is owner of
considerable property In the province
of Negros, Some of which la BUgar
land. He has been one of the most
prominent citizens of the Philippine,
slnnda for a long peilod of )ears.
When the transfer from Spanish to
American sovereignty look place, Mr.
l.uzurlaga was Insttmucntal In keep
ing hs province from going to war
and In handing over the reins of gov
ernment peacefully to the Americans,
thus performing nn Inestimable serv
ice to- his province, where the BUgar
mills wcro not destio)ed and nr.c stilt
grinding sugar. He Is leaving tho
Philippine Islands for the first tlmo
and piopoc3 visiting America and
after n few weeks to tontlnuc around
the world, visiting Humpe and re
turning to Manila nt the end of six
montli3, which Is the term of hla
leave of absence.
Ills only Ron, Hector, educated In
tho United States, is with him. He
Is also" traveling In company with
Commissioner Forbes, Secretary of
Commeico and Polite, and they ex
pect to ho together while In tho
Commissioner V. Cameron Forbes,
Secretary of Commerce and Police, la
going homo for hla lcao of absence
of bIx months, after nearly four
j ears In the scivlco In his pivscnt
position. Ho expects to ho with his
r.imlly In tho Stntc3 during practi
cally tho whole of his vacation and
will return,'! arriving In Manila on
We'll Supply You with Guns and Ammunition
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
When you need th:m, where you want them, by using
Attachable to any electric light socket. Better than a
vacation. Costs very little.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING STi -NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144.
Ijils going to Japan to ho n member of
Jk the Klect Ileccptlon Committee Ho
iIIh'hu t Qnti i Vn,w-i,.n,i wiimi tlin At
lantic ricct, in command of Admiral
Uvunu. nrrhed there. Ills personal
acquaintance with tho officers of tha
Plcct will materially aid tho rccop'
Hon committee- In receiving und on
tcrtalnlng tho officers during their
stay In Japan. This morning, when
Consul General Salto was asked re
garding Koike's return to Japan, he
stated that he Knew nothing about It.
WANTS FIRE CLAIM
Japanese Consul Oencrnl Mlkr Sat
to yesterday called on Secretary
Mott-Hnilth and presented tho flro
claims of the lato Mori Toyogoro,
who died In Japan. Tho deceased,
while In the Islands, lhed on Maul.
Attotney Dan Caso of Muttl accom
panied tho Consul to the Rocietury'H
olllco, where he, as attorney for thu
deceased, explained tho situation
clearly. Tho claim, which Is depos
ited In tho Circuit Court of Maul, be
longing to tho deceased, nmounts to
$2,000. It Is expected that tho clnim
will bo forthcoming In tho near fu
ture. Tho money will then bo for
warded to Jupan to tho helm of tho
TEXAN JAS FAST
Tho A.-II. S. 3. Texan, from San
Francisco, arrived In port this morn
ing after n remarkable fast trip from
San Kranclsco. Sailing from there on
tho 1st, five hours after tho Hllonlan,
sho passed the Matson boat, and ar
rived hero lu 6 days nnd 15 bourn
This la considered as doing beautiful
ly for u freighter. Captain Hall
thinks ho can shave this It ho has a
chnnco nnd tho boat Is at light draft.
Now York freight, which conies In
by tho Texan, via the Isthmus of Te
huantqpec, arrived litre, JtU figured,
lu 32 1-2 days. Tho TcxnVhad about
tho usual cargo.
THE coming of the Fleet affords a rare chance for
you to get fine pictures pictures that you will
beglad to have and proud of having taken. Such a
grand spactacle has never before been seen here and
may never be seen again.
Everything favors the man with the Kodak tlie
clear Honolulu air, the grouping of the vessels and the
easy access to points of vantage insure some very re
markable Fleet Pictures.
Get yourself a Kodak now, when it will do the
most good. Or bring out the old one, and we will
overhaul it and clean it up free of charge.
Don't wait ! Don't miss your chance ! Get
your Supplies now ! The Fleet will soon he here
Keep your lamps trimmed
and burning and your ice
box filled with SODA WATER
We have the best SODA WATER
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
O. S. 1EITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
W HONOLULU WEATHER
July 8, 190S.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 74; 8 a. m.,
73; 10 n. in., 76; noon, 78; morning
llaiometcr, 8 a in., ao.Olj nliso-
luto humidity, 8 a. in., 6.1 17 grulns
per cubic foot; iclatlvo humidity, S
n. m., 70 per cent.; dew point, 8 a.m.,
Vlnil--d a. m , eloclty 4, direc
tion H; 8 ii. m., velocity 8, direction
NI2; 10 n. in., eloclt C, direction N;
noon, velocity 15, direction Nil.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 n. m., .09 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours onded nt noon, 155 miles.
VM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
"Everything Photographic" Fort nr. Hotel
The most Satisfactory for Kitchen and Table Use.
Housewife should be without it.
IT KEEPS INDEFINITELY.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
REAL ESTATE TKANSAOTIONa
Entered for Record July 7, 1908,
t.ol K O l.ano ct nl to Kdniund II
N A IJarcivest and wf to Virginia
Sonrcs , u
b I) Kalwluul (U) to Mrs Huna M
I'alalna et nl D
Klpahulu Sugar Co to V Klaiup..,!)
W O Aiken and wf to (Jims uojip Jr.u
Moko Koiiaiilhelo to V M Swan.y..M
V M Minion and wf to W It Wa
Mary .1 Muutano und hsb to J D
Ornnt ... , D
Entered for Record July 8. 1808,
Kst of II P illshnp by trs to Dcpt
of Tub Intftrctn D
II W Killers ct ul by tr to John Km-
COUNTY BEACH POPULAR
John Kfflngcr, tho statistician qr
tho Heach Turk nttendanco, rcportH
that 1,555 pcoplo of varloiiH nation
alities vlKllcd tho T.irk during tho
month of Juno.
Tho 'smallest nttendanco wiih nn
Juno 9, whfn only forty visited tho
Tho largest utlcndnnco was nn
Juno 11 with an nttendanco of 4 GO.
On Juno 12 tho Kmihiimanii School
and tho Knlillnnl School sent delega
tions which brought thcnttondanco
up to 370.
On tho 13th tho Knmchnmoba
School hi ought tho attendance up to
180, whllo'on tho 14th, without nny
special organization, therd was nn
nttendanco of 395.
Mr. Llfllngcr reports rcrolpti for
bathing suits, $33.40; lofrcshmcnts,
$29,00, nud curios, $7. fifi; making a
total of $70.06, on which tho porcont
ngo to tho jiark trustees of 10 pur
cent, nmounts to $7.00.
WATERFRONT NOTES "
THE OIL CAKIIYINO Ship Fnlls of
CI) le, Captain I.nrscn, sailed thii
morning on her return trp to Monte
rey, for another load of oil.
THE DAItKKNTINE S. d. Wilder.
14 iIujb out from San Kranclsco, .ir
rived In port this morning.
THE LUMBER hnrkcnllno Mnr
Wlnkelman departed this morning for
San Krnuclaco In ballast.
Tho popularity of Koregrowlh lint,
been demonstrated In tho past few
weeks to such an extent (lint Iho full
supply that was nn hand nt E. O. Hall
& Co.'s has been sold nut much quick
er than tlioy uxpectod. Thoy' huo
been obliged to get a now Block from
the Hawaiian IVrlllUcr Co. to mci-l
(he demands of tho public. There Is
over $3,000,000 worlh of fortlller used
by the sugar planters annually, und
thoy all suy that rorcgrowth Is tho
Mrs. Mr, Ilurnhuui, v. ho waa charged
with heedless driving of her nulo,
which ran Into a Jupanpsa vehicle on
Hotel strict a few dayB ngo was this
morning discharged ny .lurtgo An
clrado, who found that under tho rlr.
tumstaiices tho arcldent was utinvold
Mr. Richard Buhler
And The Incomparable
FRANK E. MONTGOMERY,
MISS MAE KEANE
and VIRGINIA THORNTON
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNES
DAY, Matinee and Evening
THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY,
Matinee and Night,
"THE SILVER KING"
Change of play Monday and1 Thurs
day. Matinee Wednesday and Sat-
Mrs. J II. Athnrton returned thN
I morning on tho atraiushlp Korea from
I the Oilent, She was iiccomp'inh'd by
I .Miss K. Athcrtou.
WATTIES EACH EVENING.
POPULAR PRICES I
Beats' now on sale.
J. Santos, Mgr.
UNION STREET near HOTEL
Open for business
July 1st, 1908
$600 6 Room Cottage at Kapahulu.
Lot SO x 100. Easy Terms.
$17. Modern Cottage, Hotel St., 2
$25. Large, Airy House, Kaimuki,
on Car Line, 2 Bedrooms, Over 1
Acre Lot, Bananas.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. No. 74 S. KING ST.
Grand Minstrel and
To Be Given By The
St. Louis College
POPULAR LOCAL AMATEURS
Under The Direction Of
Mr. 'Sujiny' Cunha
Hawaiian Opera House
JULY BTH AND HTn.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL &
P.ARR0TT & CO.,. San Francisco.
CO., Bath, Maine;
Our equipment for producing it includes Steam at all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets with Absorbent Cotton, Tail Hooks, for
Cows' Tails,( ThorouRh Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it.
Ta. 890 The Pond Dairy
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
Popular Prices 50c, 75c, $1.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND
PORTERS OF WINES AND
The latest and largist assortment
of hand-made and painted leathet
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow,
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alaken St., bet. King and Merchant.
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