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BVEN1NQ nULtRTIN, HONOLULU. T. H FIltDAY. JULY 17, 1608.
LAIRD, SCHOBER & C o.'s
This Swell ladies' tltoc is made of the Genuine White
Buckskin not while Calf.
It's stylish, handsome, and shapely, and gives the best
kind of tattckction in wear. ' " "
' We have' them in Plain Tecs and also in the new Wing
Tip. i .
' ' " Price, $6.50
MdNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STHEET, near KINO.
THE CAlIlTY 'WITH A HEFBTATION BEHIND IT. Each
piece is n Icatimon'inl ts tic- ability o fthe maker nnd his
attention to matters of detail.
T'h. Palm Cafe
Culifurnia Soda Crackers:
Cases of 40113. ca. 0 3-4c. lb.
CJPiiif rnia Pilot BJ-ead:
Cases of 50 lbs. ea. 4c. lb. , . " ;3F
All Groceries Greatly Reduced in Prices.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
1G9 KING ST. FAMILY GROCERS. TELEPHONE 240
Buy your BUTTER where you can bo assured of Qual
ity. Ve have tho best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT1S CHEAP!
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
, TAYLOR-MADE I
OFFICERS ALL TO SEE
PEARL HARBOjl SITE
Excursion Next Week
Capt. Rees Receives
According lit circular loiters which
'.vcro font out tn tho cjlll ecru of lhi
various rhliis this morning, mucli will
i liu doing to oreupy the tlmu of these
men whllo they nro In port. Next
week will ho devoted for,tlio most part
tn Feeing Pearl Harbor; tho reinnnut
of this week to siclal affairs.
This oienlnit Tiiim I to fi Cupt. and
Mrs. Corwin I. Hoes will liolil n reco
t Ion nt tliu Pleasanton hotel, nt which
a larga niniilier of ntllcors will hu pies
int. from each of tho-shlps.
At 7.20 o'clurk, n illuner Is to he
hi'hl nl the Young Hotel for the llnf
ofllcers mill commanding olllcers of
At 0 o'clock, according to the letter.
Is tho reception ntul lull, for Slurry
ami his officer, nt which n large Hum
her of officers from each vessel Is ex
pected to he present. This Is to lust
until 11 o'clock. The First Division
hiuid Is to play nt the Minna from 9
to II this evening. Searchlights from
the ships will he thiowti on Wall; Ik I
Iluach from 9 to 10 o'clock, to ailil to
tho attractiveness of tho iceno.
On Monday mi excursion is to he
rim to l'carl Harhor. Flltcen olllcers
urn to go fioni each Bhlp. They are to
collect nt 11:30 o'clock nt the Alakea
street whrrf. Hnlf of the number will
go Mo t)io Harhor In r.utns, and the
other liilf will go out on tho Iroquois,
Tho oMccrn who go out on the tug
lire Invited to come hack In tho ma
chines, mid tlioio who go out In tho
muchlncu to leturn lii Hie steamer.
Further, steam launches will ho do
lulled from each ship, for tho ue of
tho olllcers 111 going out to Pearl liar
hor, us follows: Coimcctleut, 2; Wis
consin, 1; Kansas. 1; Minnesota, 1,
Illinois, 1; Kcarsarge, 1; Kentucky, 1.
These mo to rendezvous at S a, in.,
at (ho Alaken slip.
On Tuesday, the excursion to I'earl
llnrhoi' will hu arranged In the same
way, nml those olnVors who do not
lflt tho clt on Monday will do to on
Music Is to he furnished nt the Mar
ket music stand from 7:30 to 9 p. m.
under charge of n mtilshlpmnn, as foi
lows: Friday, (leiirglu's hand: Satut
day, Ithoilo Island's hand; Monday.
Kentucky's hand; Tuesday, Kear
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. July 17.1908
NAMB OF STOCr
2 Dtcwtr St Co....
IMw'Cmn k Stir Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Ilonomu -unai Co ...
Urmokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Suyar Co
Kahultu PU'tlallon Co
Kliuliuli: Sugar Co .
Kolna Sugar Co ...,.
Oalia Sugar Co
OtHiiir it Sugar Co ....
0.ikci1a Siikar Plaiil Co
Olan Sutrar Co Mil ,,.
OlowaluCo. ... ......
Taaliau Sugar l'lnt Co
IMIa rlnitnllmi Co ,.,,
Pr:tfki Sugar Co,,,,
Walalua Aitrlf C"
V llukll Smai Co ....
VVa maitalo Suear Co.
Walmra Suar Mill Co
liilcr-lhlaml Strain NCo
Hon H T ft 1. Co Frtl
I Ion K T .1c I. Co Com
Mutual Tlr-llionc Co
Naluku Putttwr Co Am.
Claim RH I. Co
Hawaiian Pinrapple Co.
Haw Tvr 4 pc...,
Haw Trr 4S pc......
Haw Ttr ) pc
Haw Gov't 1 lie
Ca Uttl Suit. & Krl Co
HalkuSusar Porj pc
Ham. Dilili Co..
U'H-r Dilcli 6a
Haw buifar Coo pc...
Ililo K KCo Con b pc
Hun KTIi LCu6p c
Kalntkti P.ant Cu 6 p c.
Mrlltvilr S Co', (a
rjaliti sunar Co J pc ..
Ctaa Suxar Co 6 p c. .
Pat- Suit. M"l Co, 61
raia riaiiiaiio.i .o ....
P'omtr MUI Co 6 nc ..
Walalu.l ImlrCo jpc
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
tOR the dignified man of business,
at home or away, we cannot offer
abetter suggestion than to wear one of our
'Varsity suits; not the styles we show for
young, tadish men, though some of the
older men like them; but the quieter
styles which have still a distinction and
smartness not found in any other make
of clothing. Made for us by
Sales Iletween Hoards; 10 Wain
Ilia, H in, $8.".; D00 Haw. Siik. C.,
J3n.no; -ir,o iiuw, suk. Co., s. :,, ms.m:
15 Ewa, J27.r.o; led Hiw. C. & .. $.)S;
100 Wnlalua, JS3; 500 llonoknn,
J 13. CO: 25 Oaliu K11K. Co.. SJ0.25:
$8000 Wnlnlun 6s, $97.
Latest sugar quotation, 4,36 cents or
$37.20 per ton.
MnXT TO VOUMQ DI.DQ., Vo-IBO KINQ STREET.
BARGAIN SALE OF
$ .75 SHIItTS CUT TO $ .50
$1.00 SHIRTS CUT TO , $ .75
$1.30 SHIRTS CUT TO $1,00
$1.75 SHIRTS CUT TO $1.25
Ia. Alloy, Nuuaim below Hotel
Clt' All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA IN I
Emma St. noar Beretani
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
3END YOUR FRUIT.
f f -f -f4-t-f--
f If tho local peoplo of llono-
f lulu have fruit fur tho Tlcot, tho
f tlnio to deliver It Is N"OW. -f
t This Is tho message sent out
f hy Wnltor nilllnghaiii. head of
4- tho Commissary departmoiit,
who Is ready to start out with
-f tho huokupu stunt and wants tho
fruit sent In on time.
Tho fresh fruits will como
f largely from tho Honolulu peo- -f
f plo, tho other Islands having heon -f
f contrlhutors or cocounuts and
products that will keep. Got tho
null together and deliver It to
f tho Commltteo as soon as pob- -f
f 4-r't 4.-.4. -.
CHANGE MADE IN
Tho Kxecutlve Klcct Committee and
the ehalrmeu of tho siib-coimnlttces
held a short meeting (his forenoon In
order to arrange the changes In tho
piogrnm which hnvu been made nec
essary hy the fact that the Fleet will
leave a day earlier than had been ex-.
It was decided to liavo tho flro
works, which had been nt for tho
night of Wednesday, July 22, on tho
evening of Tuesday, while dnyllght
fireworks set lor Thuinlay will bo set
urf on Wednesday nt tho departure of
Jas. K. Morgan reported that fqur
hundred olllcers would attend tho
1'lect hall at Waiklk. Tho sale of
tho tickets for thin event was pro
gressing splendidly, tho community
having nppaiontly realized that every
ticket sold added to Iho fund which
!lj to pajr for tho frco car rlilCBfor tho
It was also reported that 150 officers
would dally take tho trip to 1'eiirl
PARSON IN PILIKIA
A peculiar case came before United
States Commissioner Judd this morn-,
Ing when former Senator William K.
I.ulolwi was brought up for u hearing
on a charge of violating tho Kd
munils Act. Lclelwi was, besides be
ing a former Senator, also a Protest
ant minister In Knucohe. Klcna Hell
who Is also Implicated, was before
Commissioner Judd at the sniuo time.
Juilgo Kuuluknu represented the de
fendants and W. O. Huwllns tho pros
ecution. After the evidence in the
eat-o had been taken, Judge Kaulukoit
moved that tho defendants be allowed
to go on their own recognizance,
claiming that they were poor nnd
uuablo tn raise hull to tho amount of
$500 each, under which they wcru
remanded, This motion was denied
tho Commissioner, on tho ground that
they had friends who were able to
go their bond to that amount.
London Beets, lis, I l-2d
Henry Waternoi.se Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Mauacn.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
Young men and old ought to see the
clothes we're showing; the best clothes
Suits, $18 to $35
Overcoats, $20 to $35
The home of Hart, SchafYner dt JVIarx clothes
' ; in
Copyrignt 1908 b; Hrt Schaffner & Mux
Elks' Building -
King St., near Fort
Hilo Men Ask For Ships;
Fleet Sails On
A number of changes In orders
have been made since the arrival of
the Fleet In port. IIIlo people want
to see tho Fleet, and letters have been
addressed, to the Uovernor and to
Admiral Sperry, and though .these,
have not been heard from, tho chan
ges nro taken a,s indicating that the
equest embodied In the messages
will he complied with, and tho peoplo
who havo stayed at home on tho Dig
Island will ico tho Armada close in.
Tho principal change Is In tho dato
of sailing, which has been set for
tho 2 2d nt G p. 111., In place of tho
23d, as was expected. This Is taken
hy the IIIlo men as meaning that tho
Klect niny tnko tho extra day for a
run down to their town.
Tho Xclirnska Is now lying nt the
Quarantine wharf, and will not go
out to Maul, as some peoplo seem to
think, according to present orders.
Diphtheria on board is tho cause ot
Tho (1 lacier Is to go to Suva, sail
ing on tho 21st. Tho He lot, which
s now lylpg In tho stream with tho
sick on hoard, will go out with tho
Fleet. Tho Panther sails for Pago
Pago on tho IStli, to lie there whllo
tho Kleot is making tho trip to Auck
land, The Culgoa Is to go to Auck
land direct, arriving one day uhcad
of the Fleet, She sails on the 21st.
Tho Yankton will probably accom
pany tho ships,
Tliu Arethusa Is soon to go out o(
commission, nnd will not gu on with
cardi on salt at
A Japanese, who speaks and writes
Mngllsh, wants position In storo;
experienced bookkeeper. Address
"V. A.," this office. 4055-tf
Waller for nlllcors' mess;
LOCAL AND JENEiAL
Don't sell it for Junk unless it it
Junk. let a B u 1 1 e ti n Want Ad.
sell it for you.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
J. K. Kelllkoa, captain of police of
Kalian, arrived in town yesterday.
L. S. Aungst, tho manager of the
Kotui-Kau Telephone Co., Is in town.
Volcano excursion Friday, July 17th,
125. Now la your chance. See pago
Julian I). Talus, -a young lawyer of
Knlnullu, Kona, Is In town for Fleet
S. W. Kaal, formerly district magis
trate of South Kona, Is In town for
a few days.
Call 3G1 or 41, day or night, fur
Manuel K. Itlchards In his new Frank'
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
Polynesia Encampment No. 1, I. O.
O. F will meet In Odd Fellows' Hall
this evening nt 7:30.
II. S, Kawehlwehl, sergcant-at-amis
In the last House of Iloprcsentatlvcs,
Is lu town from Kona.
W. W. Ilruner, tho Kona coffco
planter, accompanied by Mrs. Ilrun
er, Is hero on business.
D. Conway returned from Maul yes
terday. Ho has been away In tho In
terests or T. II. Davlcs & Co.
Mrs. Carrio J. Itoblnson, who has
been visiting with her motJv.T In Ko
na. returned to town yesterday.
Oco. P, Knmauuha, tlio well-known
politician of South Kona, arrived- In
tho Manila Ixia for a visit with rel
atives. Tho Ilnnld Transit Coninnnv has re-
'diiced tho price of admission to tho
Aquailum to ten cents, to the men or
the licet. .
No better time during tho wholi
year to ship Island fruits to tho Coast
than Just at present. Seb Island Fruit
Co. nil on first page.
Have you seen itt The new Uni
versal Adding- Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., ltd.
uoirt lan to see ine special values
In women und children's hosiery at
Hlom's this week. Ladles' llslu hose.
plain and all-over lace, and children's
lisle hose with double soles.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' t Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this omce lor live
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Honolulu I.odgu C1C, II. P. O. K., will
meet In Klks' Hall this evening at
7:30, Visiting members of tho order
are cordially welcome. King street,
next to Fort
Our glasses aid you to seo right,
read right, and feci right. You can
not flu any one of these, If your vision
is defective. A, N. Sanford, optician,
do to tho Palm Cafe for "Taylor
Mndo" candles. They nro excellent
In every respect nnd always fresh. The
best meals lu tho city are to ho had
at the Palm. Hotel Street noar Fort,
Your bnggago will bo checked at
your own homo or hotel, and placed
In the proper stateroom or scaled com
partment under tho personal uupcrvl
fcloi'i of our baggage man. Uplon-Pa-
clflc Transfer Co., phono 58.
Tickets for tho Atlantic 'flct hall
can bo procured at tho following
places; Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Chambors Drug Co., Ltd.. Wall, Nlch
nls Co., Ltd., Ilenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.. llercfitrom Music Co.. Ltd.. Hoi-
I lister Co., Ltd., M. A. Giliiet & Co.,
The Proper Drinking of
is good for the weak and the well. The abuse of it it never
good for anybody.
One of the best things that Beer does is to flush the
system and get rid of poisonous waste matter,
But Beer must be Pure, else it cannot be healthful;
and the purest and best it
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. BOX 104.
Fort 8t, 0pp. W. Q. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rook, White and
Black Band, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts. India Lino n
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies Lingerie Waists
must bn n
cltl'en ot tho United Stntes and
:...-"o'.?Hy sound. Apply U. S. S.
leaver oi 4055-3t M. Mclnemy, Ltd.
', regard ,
L W. Jordan
'' & Co., Ltd.
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