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EVEMNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . WKDNEBDAV, JULY 15.
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Th Citizens' Health Commute has de
clared war against the tat in the following
'It Is Incumbent upon
"all to wago a relentless
"war on the rat, tho
"source and breeder of
Even It you do not think there are rati on
your eremites, you should uie Stearns'
Electric Rat and Roach Paste, forrate travel
11 over the city and are liable to camp with
you If your premises are not protected by
Stearns' Electric Paste.
This reliable exterminator la eure death
to all rats and usually kills them oil in
single night. It is the best weapon in the
war aratmt riti. and everv cltlien should
use it and protect our city.
Sold by DrulU nd Ocrtrsl 8tsn. .very '
where or tent direct prcpeM on receipt of price.
m mis titanic tun a , iitwt, .i...u
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS OF KO
HALA SUGAR CO.
In nccordanco with the terms un
der which its liomU worn Issued, tho
Knhuli Sugar Company will pay,
with accrued Intorcst, an August 1st,
190S, Thirty thousand and OO-l'iO
ilull.irs ($30,000 00) of Us bonds.
Tho numbers ot tho bonds to be paid
aro as follows:
, S 42 T3 97 is 5
l 13 44 71 99 13C
g 19 50 77 103 142
P 28 54 78 109 143
n 29 60 81 110 144
JLV 37 64 SS 120 145
lV2 4 Notice It hereby given to the-hold-
L -A nr, nt tliaan ImtiHa in ttt-nsnnt tlm a.,m
for p.ijmcnt nt tho banking houso ot
The Hank of Hawaii, Limited, In Ho
nolulu, on Augmt 1st, 1908, and that
Interest on sumo will censo on nnd
nftcr that dalo
CIIAS. 11 ATHERTON,
Trensurer, Kohaln Sugar Company.
Honolulu, June 27th, 190S.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co, Ltd.
At the annual meeting of Win. O.
Irwin &. Co , Ltd , held on Thursday,
Jul 9th, 1108, tho following officers
were elected to serve for the ensuing
W. G. Irwin President
J. D. Soreckels...lst Vice President
W. M. Giffard...2nd Vice President
H. M. Whitney Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
D. G. May Auditor
4 04 9-1 w Secretary.
Believe in Luckv Number
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
U. KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully, Jack Roberts.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
rcription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED TIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at'
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs exemted at shortest notice.
40oO Orcon Hooting Slate 10"xl6
S00 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
4..J ?G-ciilon Drum Commercial Kth-
-1 Castlron nttlcg witb Flanges,
, fir 12" Wrought l'lpe.
T EMMEIUTH & CO., LTD.,
'145 King Street, - Phone 21 1
ALAKEA ST. and RICHARDS ST.
Halt Block From Naval Dock.
A challenge is offered to the mem
bers of the Fleet in any of the above
TAHJTIAN DANCES, and
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCES.
THE MIDWAY IS OPEN
DAY AND NIGHT.
THE FIRST TIME IN HONOLULU.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE IT!
Open July 16th
BERETANIA OPP. SMITH ST.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
S S. "MAUNA L0A"
will take passengers on an excursion
to meet the
U. S. BATTLESHIP FLEET
on Thursday, July 16th, 1908.
Tickets now on sale at the office of
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA-
T!0N CO., LTD.
YOUNG BROTHERS will run an
excursion to meet the Fleet, Barges
leaving foot of Fort Street as soon
as the Fleet is reported. Schooner
La Paloma and Barge Susan will be
towed by the big launches.
Tickets, $1, on board
KAMS vs. KEIO
PUNAH0US vs. SANTA CLARA
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
i TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
I Admission 10 cents
, Children 5 cents
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I Local and
Regatta Looks Good
The Ilnwnllan canoe races nt Wal-
l.lkl next Sunday afternoon will prob-
nbly bo the biggest event of tho Bort
ever pulled off In these Islands, since
the da s of Kamchnmeha I, At tho
committee meeting last night It was
decided to call off the proposed oy
ugo of tho c.inoes to deep water
Thuisdn afternoon to meet the Fleet
and concentrate ever) effort on prac
tice for the events of Sundn.
Although there have becn-nbout n
hundred entries of nil sorts, moro aro
coming In nil the time. "Dude" Mil-
Icr has entered his Kanll.auwcn for
.1 n .t 1 Q llnlinrt.1
con the Hawaii, as the eighth entry
In the four-paddle race, this In nildl-, tomed Canoes. Flist prize, iio; sec
tion to tho following entries up to ond prize, $G. Knnal Aupunl, K. A.
8 o'clock Inst night: c-l Dlnmond Star, Mrs. A. Smith:
Name of boat Is given first, follow- Wohlno Uul, Mrs. Levi; Knnal Au-
cd by that of tho club from which It
Is entered nnd the e.iptoln nnd own-
First Ilaco Ilojs1 Canoo Unco,
Four Paddle. Cup. LII0.1, Outrigger,
Arthur Oilman, A. Oilman: Ooodshlp
Dird, Outrigger, Arthur Ilrown; Mn
lolo, Outrigger, Harold Ilustaco.
Second Ilact Six l'nddlo Canoes.
First prize, $10; second prize, 120;
third prize, J 10.
Lllo-i, Outrigger, Curtis Hustnce,
A. II. Ford.
Alnbami, Mrtlc, Major A. M.
Hnnnkenkl, Outrlggor, Kenneth
Winter, Dr. A. Wall.
(It) Outrigger, Dr. A. Wall.
Queen Kmmn, Outrigger, Dr. A.
Knmaapnkc, Outrigger, A. Stout,
Kcomoku, Outrigger, Atherton Oil
man, A. Oilman.
Lelallmn, holloa, A. Afong.
Walklkl, Edwnrd Miller, Edward
A, Kamehamehn Aquatic Club,
Frlncc J. K. Kalanlanaole.
Kcawamallc, Kamehamehn Aquatic
Aloha, Outrigger, Seaside Hotel.
Kamehameha, Outrigger, H. Lu
Leek. I.el Ilima, Lei Aloha Opeka.
Third Knco Women's Uacp,
Four Paddlo, Old St) le. A, J. K. Ka-
lanlanaole; Keawamalle, K. A. C.
Fourth Hacc Four Paddlp Canoes
First prize, 20j second prize, $10;
third prize, $4.
Knmchameha IV, Outrigger, Ken
neth Winter, W. J. Cooper.
Mnlolo, Outrigger, Lano Webster,
Iloopen, Outrigger, Atherton Oil-
mun, A. Oilman.
Lanaklln, Harry Harris.
Alabama, Marjor Keawcamahl, A.
A, J. K. Kalanlanaole.
Keawamalle, K. A. C.
Halekulanl, Dr. A. Wall.
Hanakcokl, Dr. A. Wall.
I.el Ilima, Lcl Aloha Opcku.
Fifth Ilaco Ono Paddlo Cunoer.
First prize, $7. HO; Bccond prize, $5;
third prize, $2.50.
Nalunul, Outrigger, Kenneth Win
ter, Dr. Humphrls.
Kofa. Outrigger, Henry Ilustaco.
Knlelhoku, Outrigger, Den Geno-
Kcawamallc, K. A. C.
Hannmlklol II., i. K. Aplo. Knlta
Olrl, St. Louis, Swcop I.ilo, "I mil Huio
Sixth Race i Surfboard Con
test In Dig Surf. Sam Wight, Curtis
Hustnce, Arthur Oilman, Atherton
Oilman, Lane Webster, Harold Hus
tnce, Hnrry Stelner, David Center,
T. J. Carter, Ted Carter, nil of tho
Outrigger Club; Jimmy Kcolanul, Ma
jor Keaweamahl, Herman Mahi.
Soenth Race Four Paddlo, Flat
Kottom Canoes. First prize, $20;
second prize, $12; third prize, $8.
Diamond Star, K. A. C.
Kulahlklola, John LI.
Mahiklnalao, Mrs. Kama.
Hallemami, T, Kcolanul.
Wnhlno Ul, Mrs. Levi.
Knnnl Aupunl, Mrs. Klpl.
Deachroad, J. Kalml; (no name),
H C. Vlda; Hiklpaluko, A. S. Robert
son. Eighth Ruce-Threo Paddlo, Flat
Uottom Canoes, for Women. First
prize, $1S; second prize, $10, Kauai
Aupunl, K. A. C; Diamond Star, Kn
hakaaulana; Mahiklnalao, Mrs, Ka
llu: Kalnhlklola, J. LI; Wallamanu, T.
Ninth Race Canoo. Sailing, Old
St) lo. First prize, $25; second pilze,
Iloopen, Outrigger, Atherton
Gilman, A. Oilman: Uloa, Outrigger, 'court this morning chargod with as
A. II. Ford; Lanukllu, Hurry Harris; BaUt nnd Lattery. Ho is alleged to
A, J. K. Kalanlanaole: Keawamalle, 'io hit Motonnan Frlel, a former
K. A. C.i HnnnkeoM, Outilgger. Dr.
U. Wnl I.
llalelviihiil, Outilgger, Dr.
Hnco Two Paddlo Cnuous.
k-litWJtwH, , .. - .
Tlrst prize, $10; second prize, ffi;
third prlzo, $3,
Tnlofa, Outrigger, Sam Wight, Sam
Nalunul, Outrigger, Lane Webster,
Mnlolo, Outrigger, Harry Knpulc,
Kofa, Outrigger, Henry Hustncc.
Lclplkukc, l.lld.t, W. Wllllumton.
Kqiiwamnllc, K. A. C.
Hnnnmlkiol, J. K. Aplo; Hnleku
lanl, Dr. Wall; Filing Fish, D. I'llkol.
Eleventh Hnco Sailors ot Fleet
Agnlnst Kach Other In Six Paddlo
Canoes. First prize. 15j second
Twelfth Race Two Paddlo.Flat Dot-
punl, Mrs. Klpl; Knlnhlkloln, I.i Hulo-
.amanu, t. Keoinnut; iicacnroan, j.
Knltnl; Hlkipalukc, A. s. Koocrtson
Thirteenth Race Canoo Sailing,
Flret prize, $20; second
Diamond Stnr, K. A. C;
Modern Stylo. First prize. $20; see
ond prize, $10. Diamond Star, K. A.
C; Kalahiklela, J. LI: Halllmanu, T.
Kcolanul; Huloamanu, T. Kcolanul;
Halomnumau, II. C. Vlda; Mahiklna
lao: Kallula; Kamehameha, II. Iaea;
Makalll. II. Hclcla; I'allkca. J. K.
Aplo; Kiokatlnn, M. 1). Piinohu; Ul
Fourteenth Race Hojb" Race In
Dig Surf, Smnll Cnnocs. Cup. Nnlu
nul, Arthur aitm.'ui; Tnlofn, Hurry
Stcluor; Mnlolo, Ouy Rothwcll; KoTa,
Fifteenth Race Surf Riding Canoes.
Prize, $10. Alabama, Hanakcokl, Ko
omoku, Walklkl, A, Keawamalle, Alo
ha, Kamehamehn, Lei Ilima, Haloku
Slxteonth Race lUglnncrs' Surf
board Raco in Small Surf. Cup.
Finale Surfboard and Surfboat
Contest in Canoe Surf.
Procession of canoes, swimmers and
surfboard riders to parade by judges'
Tho members of the Outrigger
Club have deeded to ask for cups In
place of moqey prizes. Tnese cups
the committee will present fully and
A committee from the Junior mem
bers of the Outrigger Club, than
whom thero are no better surfers In
the world, have submitted tho follow
ing rules for board Burling:
Judges Edward Miller, Fred. W.
No wne caught after It has brok
en shall count.
Running a man oft: (a) The man
knocked off gets credit; (b) the mun
that fouls another is discredited.
Hints: (a) Dig waves nro harder
to start on than a small one; (b)
surfing in tho middle Is hnrder than
on the sides; (c) distance colored af
ter the wave hns stopped breaking
shows no skill.' Distance depends on
the size of tho board.
Others Intending to enter for any
of the events aro requested to com-
munlcnto with O. Sorenson, S. A.
Walker, or George Angus down town
or A. H.J-'ord at the Outrigger Club,
All canoes starting from tho Mnjna
Pier Bhall bo lined up on tho beach In
front of tho Walklkl Seaside Hotel and
tho Moana Hotel at 1:30 p m. on tho
day of tho Rcgattn.
Tho races will start promptly at i
The contestants must bo ready nt
tho uturting point within flvo minutes
of tho finish of tho previous race.
Canoes starting from tho Stako op
poslto Brown's Bhall bo on tho beach
oppoBltu nrown's at 1:30 p m.
Entries close Thursday nt C
o'clock nt tho Outrlggor Clubhouse,
Wnlklkl beach. They nro open to all.
Reguttn Committee Sam A. Walk
or, O. L Sorenson, Geo. II. Angus,
Alexander Humo Ford, Secretary of
Judges A. A. Wilder, S. M. Kana
kunul, Robt. Atkinson.
Clerks of Course A. S. Robertson,
Starters rrom Moana plor: A. L
C. Atkinson; flag opposlto Brown's
rcsliicnco: Harry Rycroft.
Tlmckeepors rrdnk Krugor, Morlo
M. Johnson, Richard E. Wright.
Judges of Surfrldlii3 A. A. Wilder.
S. M. Knnakanul, Robt. Atkinson.
Chief of the Flro Department C. II.
.Thurston nnnearod In tho Police
cmnlojeo of tho iloiiiittiient, lu tho
Palter. lefUnuiant. Tliuif.tnn wan
served with a penal summons, nuil
tho ciibo wus contluued until Juno 22.
Fleet Week Excursions
Saturday, Sunday, Monday and
July 18, 19, 20 and 21
Excursion Tickets, -
A Special Train will
Honolulu Daily at 9
returning arrive at
Through two Plantations following the shores of
Pearl Harbor to Wahiawa, the Pineapple district
of the United States.
News Associations Are
In response to n telegram pent
tluough tho kindness of Captnln Hngg
of tho Olaclcr, tho Press committee
received a message from Chief of Staff
Ornnt, stating that tho nowspaper cor
icspondents on board tho Fleet aro
R. H. Patchln of tho Now York Her
ald, F. Muthows of tho Laffln or Now
York Sim servlco, Clotworthy of tho
United Press, and Walker, marine urt
1st. A headquarters for tho correspond
ents has been furnished adjoining tho
ofllco of tho Young hotel. On Satur
day evening thoy, with tho nowswrlt
ers of the city, will bo.entyrtalnea at
a dinner to bo given by tho Comma
BOX PARTIES '.
AT OPEKA HOUSE
Z 1 f -
Tho "Man cf tho Houi" will hnvo
un additional nttractlon besides th?
piny itself. It Is expected that every
officer of high rank In tho fleet will bo
present at ono of threo performances
which aro to he gln on Thursday,
Friday and Tuesday nights. The local
pcoplo havo started to tako an inter
est in tho play and tlio number ot box
parties which uro being inailo up
bliow that tho audience wl not only
ho largo but also ouo which should
orllpso nuy lllto gailieiint; (eon In thlu
clt (ni some time.
Governor Frt.ni lias signified his In
Excursion Tickets will be sold between
Honolulu and all principal points in
either direction from Thursday, July 16,
to and including Sunday, July 26th.
Good for return until Monday, July 27.
tention ot being present nnd n box
tins been engaged for that purpose.
It is expected that ho will bo accom
panied by Admiral Sporry and other
ofllcers of high rank. Captain Ilcos,
tho commzudiut of tho Naval Station,
l another who has engaged a box and
who will also entertain tho ofllcers ol
tho fleet at tho coming show.
Tho salo of scats for tho perform
nuccs hns been oponed now at the
Hawaiian Opera House, tcicphono No,
1371, and rscrvatlons should bo mado
at onco as tho tickets aro going fast.
When tho fleet comes Into port It will
mean that thero will bo few scats loft.
Tho play Is a first cluss ouo, tho
company Is tho best to bo found in
this city, headed us It Is by W. I). Ad
ams, Miss McLean, Ous Murphy nnd
Mrs. McClennan nnd with fciich an
nudlcnco as Is promised thero rhould
bo a brilliant showing mado on tho
occasions of all threo performinccs,
which tnko Vlaco Thuisday, Frldny
nnd Tuesday nights.
NAHIWA BEGINS WORK
WITH KAUHI BOYS
Thomus K. Nahlwn, the now prin
cipal of tho school for non-leprous
children, has nlwas had a reputa
tion us a hustler.
Cfrhls morning ho' arrived fromMIa
wuli by tho Claudlna nnd ho went di
rectly to Kallhl, where ho opened
school nnd begnif work, ' ite has
thirty-four pupils, sixteen of "whom
he finds havo had preliminary, In
struction. Tho others have to start
at the very beginning.
Tho Bchqol-room Is not roady with
desks and school books, but Nahlvva
is doing the best he can with whnt ho
has. He Is going ahead.
James B. l'orgnn ot Chicago, ad
dressing a meeting of bankers at Pe
oria, III , condemned the proposed plan
to guarantee luuk deposits bj law
slnu a mllo behind
Now government flags contnln 4C
stars, ouo foi Oklahoma,
J. Ogden Armour Says
Co And Should
CHICAGO, III, July 1. Tliei.
will bo no depression In business on
account of the Presidential campaign
nnd tho election this year. Iluslncss
is getting Into n boom condition
again and tho outlook is bright. Such
was tho optimistic view expressed to
day by J. Ogden Armour on his ic-
turn from Hurope.
"Wo are recovering moro rapidly
than Europe from'o'ur business and
financial difficulties and the outlook
Is bright," Bald Armour. "Our ex
ports have begun tp Incronso and ev
erything Indicates that there Is n now
boom on, bonoflclal to business mm
and worklngman. Our national to
sources help the situation in this
country materially and aid us In ie
gaining out normal prosperous con
dition piore rapidly than do tho Eu
' ''The eonilltlbii' of business In the
country und all that goes tin hero
with rdferenco to finances and trade
is receiving more attention anil Is
deemed of greater Importance In Hu
ropo at thla tlmo than It has ever
boon heretofore. Thero Is no truth
In the toports that we nro losing out
In Europe. Our meat exports have
begun to pick up, as the prejudice
ugalnst our canned goods Is rapld'y
"Thloves. scoundrolB, robbers," nro
terms applied to W. r. Ilerrin and
Joro llurko of Soiitlifrii Purlflr by
"Jim" Ilea of San .loso, who claims ha
Ins been d funded in ralj of inter
urban, railway bonds.