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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUnDAY, JULY; 18, 1008,
This Swell Indies' shoe is made of the Genuine White
Buckskin not white Calf.
It's stylish, handsome, nnd shapely, and gives the best
kind of satisfaction in wear.
Wc have them in Plain Joes and also in the new Wing
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
RED TOP M
MOST DELICIOUS CHAMPAGNE OF THE AGE
GOLD TOP BRUT
AN EXTRA DRY VINTAGE OF 10001.
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION
ONLY THE VERY BEST OF PORTO RICAN TOBACCO USED IN THE
MANUFACTURE OF THESE CIGARS. AIL SIZES.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
109 KING STREET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
THE CANDY WITH A REPUTATION BEHIND IT. Each
piece is a testimonial to the ability o fthc maker and his
attention to matters of detail.
The Palm Cafe
DONT WANDER OFF
Buy your BUTTER where you can be assured of Qual
ity. Wc have the best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT'S 0 H E A P 1
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Board Of Agriculture is
Looking For New
"No truer, more devoted, more sin-
roro frlond trod tills earth while ho
lived. No nntiirc more gentle, moro
helpful, more uplifting than wan his.
No tmbllc servant moio honest, per
sovciIiib, painstaking, more devoted
to duty. Alt friendship was his he
died leaving nut un enemy In the
world. In the dentil of Alexander
Craw ovory one that know him lost
a dear, sincere friend, nnd no ono
misses him more than his Immcdlatu
associates In office."
Included In his report to tho Hoard
of Agriculture nnd forestry, Assist
ant Ihitomologlst Jacob KotlnsKy
ic.id tho above lcMJlutlou at the
mooting of tho Hoard Wednesday aft
Kolinsky repotted that during tho
month of Juno, 31 vessels subject to
Inspection, ic.iched this poit. Six
teen of them drought vegetables, G12
lots, (omprlslng 0G41 paicots; "492
lots, (omprlslng GS89 parcels,- vvcro
passed as free from pests; 0 lots of
33 parcel? were fumigated; 10 lots
of 15 parcels wcro Inn nod because of
turnip maggots; 4 lots of t parcels
vvcro thrown overboard because they
cither tamo from ptohlbltcd country
or they vvcro infested. A case of live
mango trees, brought by the U. S. A.
transport Sherman fiom Manila, was
fumigated. Tho soil was removed
from tho roots and disinfected. Tho
Murnma brought n consignment of
old rocoanhts from Tanning Island;
they vvcro also fumigated beforo de
livery to tho consignee. Through
tho courtesy of tho Amerlenn-IIawall-nu
officials, all vegetables aboard
their vessels arc examined. A lot of
sweet potatoes brought by an Immi
grant, was examined and destroyed at
mo immlgiatlon Station, becauso
they worn found Infi'Med. Nineteen
colonics of useful Insects vvclo dis
tributed during tho month.
Uulph S. 1 1 osm or. Superintendent
of Forestry, In his report said thai
ho attended tho conference on Nat
ural Itcsourcos which was held In
the Whlto House from May 13 to Mny
10. The run report of tho meetings
was given in tho Juno Issue of Foies
try and Irrigation. Harmony of op In
Ion In everything discussed there was
perhaps the most Imprcsslvo fe.ituro
of tho conference. Hosmer said from
what talks ho has had with several of
tho State foresters and officials of tho
United States Forestry Sorvlco ho
was able to gather fresh Ificas and In
formation of value to his work hero.
Ho also referred to having called on
Piofi John V. (II I more or Pennsyl
vania Stnto College, who accepted the
position of president of Uio Col lego
of Agiiculturo and Mechanic Arts of
s to tho library, Hosmer reported
tho accession of a number of Impor
tant volumes, such us tho Atlas of
llotanlcnl I'lates, etc.
Dr. Norgaard, tho Territorial Ve
terinarian, rend a long report. New
rules legnrding tho Importation nnd
tho quarantining of live .stock from
California wcro read and discussed.
They were, by tho way, submitted to
tho'Attorney ucnernl by tho Commit
tee on Animals. Tho approval of the
rules by tho Governor would havo to
be acquired beforo their passage. Tho
question of providing quarantine
stations for llvo stock In Honolulu
and Hllo enmo up for consideration,
but It fell through for lack or avail
able funds. Tho qiiaruntlno station
here, If elected nt all, will bo on
Ward avenue, mnkai of tho War.l
homestead. Tho matter was deferred
for final action until after tho finan
cial lcpoit has been submitted to tho
I)'r. Norgnaul iiBkcd tho Hoard for
n leavo of absence, so that ho may bo
able to he present nt tho Vctcrlnn
i Luis' Conference nt Washington.
Whllo tho members pici-ent favored
tho request they withheld their dccl
Klon until tho Financial Committee
m ikes Its report, which will bo nt
the nrt irgubir meeting, Many oth
er matters In tho jcport wcro brought
up. but no notion tukcii.
After tills report tho lloiud went
Into executive sehslim to discuss the
fi'iNlulllty of securing" u now ento
mologist mid Inspector In place of the,
Into Alexander Claw.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, July 18.1908
NAMB OF STOCI
C Drover ft Co .-
Rva Plantation Co ....
Haw Com ft Sup Co ..
Hawaiian SiiKlf Co...
tloiiomu Sugai Co ....
k'aliuku Plan'atlnn Co
Kiliti plantation Co Llil
Kliiatiulu Silltar Co....
Koloa Simnr Co . ...
McRrjrde Sugar Co ....
Onomf a fttutar Co ...
Ooleola Silfcur Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co U1 ....
Olowalu Co., y
TaaliAu Sugar Plsnl Co
PatlUc Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
Prpcekpo Sugar Co....
Walalua Agrir Co,,...,
VVllukii Sugar Co ....
VValmatialo Sugar Co
WalmM Sngir Mill Co
Imcr-MtnnH lram NCo
Hon K T fc J. Co Prcl
Hon R T ik I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Pant Up ,
Nalilku Rulilwr Co Am
Hllo II KCo.,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Haw Ter 4 PC
Haw Ter 4i pc
Haw Ter as pc
llawTer I tic......
Haw Govt l PC......
Ca llect Sug ft Rel Co
Ham. D'lch Co ,
Uimer Ditch (a .
II aw Com ,V Sug Co 1 1
HawSnrat Co ope.
Hllo R KCo Con ope
Hon RTft LGitpc
Kalillku P.aut.Co6 pc.
Oihu hugar Co i p c . .
O'-aa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
Pae- Sug. Mill Co, st
Hala Plantatlo.1 Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pt
Walalua grlr, Co ) p c
2 fl W
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The KNOX HAT is too well known on the Coast and
throughout the East to be in need of description. It stands for style and
cxclusiveness, but never for pronounced or faddish extremes. Knox.Hats
are never in bad form. js.uJuV-.;. -.'. .tliil.llaUdlMlO
The first-class quality of its workmanship and material accounts for
much of its popularity. We are selling it in Honolulu the same Knox
Hat at the same prices you would pay for it in New York or Frisco.
KNOX HATS Soft Felt or Stiff $5.00
KNOX SILK HATS ,.$8.00
KNOX STRAWS $3.00 to $5.00
'Stop and -see; them in' our windows.
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO nr. FORT ST.
Sales Hotwcen Hoards: SO Haw.
Com. & Sug. Co., $00, ",n Haw. Coin.
& Sug. Co. M; is Walalila, $85; 32
Kwa, $27.7o; S2000 llnnokaa Cs, ld0;
60 Honokan, $13. no, 2'i Oahu Siir. Co,
$29.25; GO Olaa, $1, 200 Honokna.
I13.SI). Session: r.n i:vva, $28i 30
Latest sugar quotation, 4.36 cents or
$87.20 per ton. .
London Beets, lis 7 l-2d
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Henry Watertiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
MemfTera Honofulu stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manater,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8, ..
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANiaE;.
panther is First
TO LEAVE PORT
Sails For South Seas
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
"CKT TO VOIJNO BLDQ.. 7-180 KINO STREET.
" ii . i ii i i i . i i g
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE 0UH DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretani.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
AGENCY SECURED FOR
THE KNOX HAT.
HtMiii ilrcsteis of tho city will he
tiliau'il to know that SIlva'H Toggery
Ins uecnreil tho agency for tho cclo
liratcd Knox hat, ami that It will hu
bold hem In tho name at) lea anil at
Iho name prices that havu made It ho
popular on tho Co.iut.
Tho Knox hat Is known thiotighniil
Iho KiikI ax u h it that Is cxclualvo In
elylo, without helng cxtremo, ituil pro-
iiouuruil In ilefilgn vvllhout hclng fad
iiihii. u is rccomnizeu every wnuio aa
a KUinilaril hat for genteel (Ircusurs,
nnd Honoliilii men aro congratulating
Mr. Sllvu on hclng tho one to bring It
All tho Intent styles In thesoft imil
httft felt, straws, and silk hats may
ho seen In the vvIikIovvb of the Tog-SMI'.
Tho first of the nuxlllary fleet to gn
toward tho Soul Ii BeiiB In ndvanco of
tho armada, bleauieil nut this morn
ing. Tho I'anthcr salted shortly la,
loro 10 o'clock for l'ago I'ago, to llo
theio as the l'lrtt proceeds toward
Auckland. The next sailing In tho loi
will ho on tho 21st, when th6 Glacier
and the Culgoa leave for Suva nnd
Tho Kansas moved oiitsldo port to
day, and auchoied to tho cast of tho
hnrhor cntianee. Tho Yankton canio
over to tho Naval wharf, and tied up
Men from tho Connecticut we're on
hhoro leavo this afternoon, this being
tho Mrst time Hint they have had much
chance lit this part of tho piogram, as
they were coaling clerday, tliiougli
most of tho day, and everyone was
kept on hoard.
Tlioro aro no changes In orders. Of
ficial calls are still In progress. The
Incessant coming aiid going of
launches makes a busier .scene on tiio
harbor front than It has had for many
n day. The small boats, built for
speed, attract the most ntientlon of
nny, not tho lenht be'lng tho auto boat
which is tho inhale launch of Admir
al H perry. '
Scc're'tary Mott-Smllh was on tho
Connecticut this nlofnliii;.
Coaling Is 'going on at tho Alakea
and Naval wharves toiiny.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Don't sell it for Junlc unless it is
Junk. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad.
sell it for you.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Call SHI or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Itlchards in his now Frank
A discontinuance has been filed I $
Iho cllvoice case of J. M. Vivas v.
Mary 11. Vivas.
Take our carrlngo or , automobile
to Huwallnn Carriage Manfy. Co., for
up to-date repairs, "
Have you seen itt The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., ltd.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Tho Catholic Church of St. John the
llaptlst, Kntlhi vvaenn, In chargu of
Hev. Palher Clement. Tomorrow, July
ID, 8130 n.,m., high mass, sermon, col
lection, Sunday school, 4 p. in., Hos-ary.
No meeting of the teachers' com,
mlttec of the Hoard of Kducatlou has
.vet been held. The sickness of School
Inspector llnldwln has delajed Hid
preparation of reports im which this
committee will act.
Hear-Adnilral Sporry nnd his aide.
Lieutenant WnrzhniiKli, returned calls
of Chief Justice llartvvcll nnd Iho As
sociate Justices ot tho Supremo Court
Ing. They remained
i,onio little time, and after calling on
Judge Dole, returned to the ships,
Mrs. Walter T. Frcar lll probably
return here by the Kitten, which Is
due to arrive on the 29th of this
month, (lovernor Kicar staled this
morning that she tried to get here
earlier but was unable to make con
nections. Consequcntl thcro will bo
no entertainment nt thu home of tho
Chief Executive during the stay ot
Iho licet here.
Ited Top Monopole, the perfection
of a chnmpagno and Clold Top Unit,
extra dry, of tho celebrated vlntago
of 1900. Then there Is the famous Old
Government limitation cigars, super
ior to nny smoke In tho Islands. Lewis
& Co, Ltd., solo agents for Hawaii,
V!9 King street. Telephono 2J0. Old
er a case if champagne and a box of
cigars to entertain tho boys from the
Joseph, A. Gilman,
SHIPPING: AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIX &
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
CO., Bath, Maine;
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. ,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. v P. 0. BOX 18C
. Fort St, 0pp. ,W. O. Irwin 4 Co., Ltd. w.v L- ,
We dn all kinds of Teunina: also deal in Crushed Rock. White and
Black Sand,-Broken. Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL' l'a'a,',, keml-nnnunlly In ndvancc.
I icrm oi i.ease. uiiccu iiv; ji-.ua
from August 17. 1908.
The above leases will require tho
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS
ON THE ISLANDS OF HAWAII
fencing of the lines between any par
cel of tho lands and nny (lovernmcnt
Forest Itcserve. The fencing to be an
defined In Section 407, Ilcvlsed Utvvs,
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday,
August 17th, 190S, nt tho front en
trance of tho Judiciary Ilulldlng, llo- and to be constructed within ono car
nnllllll. there Will bo sold nt tltlbllC fr,m It... ui-nl1nlMf1tlnn nt tlio lirnst
"ntthoJudTcrary build-n"cItlon1' U"?T "!" '"'""Vl Fp Ucsc"e' T' U.A".C niWtyC ,B,aUv'ly
inalncd with the Judges' r'' Laml Act 189n (ScctlonK 278-285 proclaimed, within ono jcar from tho
inclusive, ucviseti wiwa m iiiiwiiu;, oate or TUG lease.
general leases of the following
The usual reservations regarding
laud icqulred by the government for
1. The land of Ilolunkawal, Ma-j settlement or public purposes will bo
maitua, iiawnu, coninining nn area, cmhodleil in cacti or tlie nbove lenses.
THOUGHTS BECOME JHINQ8.
Small leather book entitled "Unity or
Oood." Howard olTeied for leturu
to Ilullctlu olllce. lOSC-tr
To ulay tho part of poverty and
awaku to tho realization that n ganet
is jour only home Is what bofo'll Mrs.
Kimllrf nnd Miss Kate hunllff In I.ou
don ninny jearB ago.
Tho cotially balanced wit aiid path'
os of Iho play Lady Km tune Is wlint llan.
of 103G.r acres, a little more or less,
to be used for pastoral purposes.
Upset Ilental, $24 8. DO per annum,
pnable semi-annually In advance.
Term of Lease, nineteen (19)
j cars from Sept. 8, 1909. '
2. The land of Kast Ohla, Molo
Kal, coninining an urea or 284 acres
n little more or less, to bo used for
Upset Ilental, 25.00 per nnnum,
The purchaser of theso ienses will
nlso be required to pay the costs of
Tor plans nnd full particulars ap
ply at the Otllco of the undersigned,
Judiciary Ilulldlng, Honolulu.
JAS. W. I'UATT.
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
July 17th, A. D. 1908.
405f, July 18, 2C; Aug. I, S, 15.
Tim polko jesterday afternoon
took tho llrst step against tho dlsor
deily houses at Iwllel since the noti
fications wcro Bent to tho owners unci
agents, arresting ten Jnpancso women
at tho place commonly known as tho
Itol place. They were charged under
the vagrancy law with being common
pinstltutes, nnd nppcarod in the Po
Ilco Court this morning. Their cases
were continued until noxt Thursday.
Tho prosecution will bo conducted by
Ljlo Dickey, whllo Prank Thompson'
will appear for tho defendants.
Although tho case has been con
tinued until after tho departure of
tho Fleet, Sheriff Inukca stated today
that ho would make no further ar
rests In that quarter until uftor thesq
rases had been decided, as they were
something In tho nature ot a test
rase. The icformcrs will, therefore,
In spite of their strenuous work, fall
to carry through their chorlshed
leconimended It to tho Jury of selec
tion when casting about for n play
which would meet with tho uppiova!
of the Ait Leaguo members and tho
So don't foiget. Opera House, July
23 ami 25. Admission $1, 50c and 25c
ThomnH Hill, Iho veteran painter,
whom ado npeclnlty of Vosemllo vnlloy
sCQiies, died nt Itavnloiul.
Ulckoy stated this morning thn't a
now plan had been hit on by Iwil. tho
lessee of tho famous premises, b
which he had assigned his lease to
some other Japanese, Wtlujttho pros
ecution would not bobble, t tou'cli
him. ' '
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts; India Lino n
tiA.b Nainsodfc i;k -
Linen Lawn 36 ih; wide; 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete eummary cf
he newt of the day.
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