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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY. JULY 21. 1008.
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This Swell ladies' shoo is made of the Genuine White
Buckskin not white Calf.
It's stylish, handsoire, and shapely, and gives the best
kind of tatisraction in wear.
We have thcra in Plain Toes nnd also in the new Wing
MdNERNY SHOE STORE,
PORT STREET, near KINO.
sira too RAn&mnni r
RED I UP lilurOlt
HOST DELICIOUS CHAMPAGNE OF THE AGE
GG3LD TOP BKUT
ANEXTHA DRY VINTAGER 1900!
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION
ONLY THE VERY BEST OF PORTO IlICAN TOBACCO USED IN THE
MANUFACTURE OF TH'JSE CIGARS. ALL SIZES.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
Fraternities, ns well us tlio pollco
authorities, havo been asked tn keep
n lookout fur Jnmcs Yi. Hngnn, who Is
thought to hac wandered from Ills
homo nnd gone with the Fleet. Tho
While the liollcc were (searching
UoUleii Onto Pat I: jestcrdny nftor
uoun fo. Jnmcs II. Eagnn, who ills-
appe.ucd from Ills homa Monday
morning, relatives of tho missing
man offered n tewnrd of $200 for In
formation of his whereabouts or the
iccovery of his body.
Kngan, who was sales manager ot
tho lliirioughs Adding Machine Com
pany of 717 Market street, disappear
ed whlla worrying over his fntluto
to lecuvcr from an nbdomlnal opera
tion he underwent six months ngo.
Kagait was 28 years old mid lived
with an immnrrlcd slater nt C10 Colo
ttrcef. Neither Miss 1 lagan nor J. L.
Ccuk, general manager of tho Ilut-
uughs Company, who wus mi flit 1 -
innlo friend of K.ignu, can furnish
tho pollco with any Information to
uld them In their Ecatch for the miss
Slnco tho tlmo ho submitted to tha
operation Kjgnu has been suffering
fiom hypochoiulrhi nnd fancying
himself afflicted with different all
muiits. Eagan mndo no ostensible, plana
for n Journey out ot town whoii leav
ing home, lie left behind n pocket-
lmnt. nml lnui.1r liv wlilpli tin rnnlil I Itiiw Gov't t ti
l. l.lo,,llH,l will, ll, v,..l,, .,1 C 1"?".S"8"1 R'' C
. b.k(.V.U, "HII HIV .AV'fc.Ul . i 01C. ft f
gold watch nnd n Binall sllver-hnn- S!'m!Sm?hrco.6,,C
men it ii 1 1 l'. inquiry mauo uy iu i utlr imtiibi
frlendj showed that he had not I UllttSS
uruwn on ins natiK account.
A cliculnr doscilblng Kngan Is be
ing rent to the principal uut-of-town
pollco departments. Eagan Is de
scribed In this circular us follows:
"Thlit -eight years old; smooth
Ehawn; height five feet nlno Inches;
hair bl.ick, tinged with gray; eyes
bluc-grny; incision on both sides ot
abdomen from operation. When last
neon was well ilrcweil In n gray suit,
patent leather shoes nnd blade dcrbj
hat, his linen having tho I.iuudrJ
murk p 370."
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
' EONOLULD, July 21 1908 I
MAMB Oh STOCK
Z Brewer h Co ..
Pwsi rUnlKtotiCo ,.
Haw Com St Sue Co ,.
Hawaiian Susar Co....
Hoiiomu Fugaf Co r,
Hmmkaa Siigtr Co
Haiku Suyir Co
KflhuVu Plantation Co
KflitH'HntM'cn Co 1.11
Klpahulc SuRar C
tcl;ijlcSuf Co ....
(MhuSiiiar Co .
Otiomei Sngir C ....
OdVMsS'itar Hunt Co
Olaa uj(rCo Ltd ...
Pa nit a u Sueur I'lMit Co
Pacific Sugar MM
P.ila rianinifmi Co ,,.,
r)wkco PiiRr Co.,
Pioneer Mltl Co
Wn taltiA Acrlc Co. . . .
Wfiluku Sucai (!o ....
Vlincn SiiRHf Mil' Co
liittr-M.ind Steam N Co
Moii kt I Co rrei
Hon RT Jt 1. Co Com
MuIuaI Tclrplionc Co
Diliu Kft LCo
Ililo II RCo,
Unit M - MCo
l? Trr 4 tc ,
Hau Ter 4V lc
HnwTer 4S 1'C
ttaw icr i pc
Ililo Hi: Co Con b
Hon TS !Cu6i c
KMiuku I'.mit Co 6 l C
Oihii Kit I, Co Hoc..
Oiliu HttRar Co s p c ..
ac Sx- Mill Co, s
PkU 1'lantMlo.iCo .,,,
riaticcrMHICo 6pc ..
Waialua gtr Co ) p c
r ij hi!
JVIJHII, li,i .
Bid AlV.J I
160 KING STREET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
THE CANDY WITH A REFUTATION BEHIND IT. Each
piece is a testimonial to tho ability o fthe maker and his
attention to matters ot detail.
The Palm Cafe
tA- Tjj-t?5Sij JaVfPrw?H??EJ
II. P. BALDWIN BUYS
Kill FOR $125,000
l'lnnl papers wcro filed today In tho
matter of thu turning over of nil the
property of tho Klhel Plantation Com
pany to Henry V. Ilnldwln for tho mm
of $123,000. Tho document states tho
company neor had Icon a nuiiuv
, making propotitton, mid, ns all liiilicu
lions wcro against a bright pro.spect
In tho futiiro. It was thought biut to
dispose of tho property In tho ubivo-
Sales llotwcen Hoards: 10 Haw. C.
& a.. ?9B.
Latest sugar quotation 4.27 cents or
J85.0 per ton.
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.
The tint-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 sec them in our windows.
ELKS' BUILDING, KING nr. FORT ST.
FOR SALE BY
AIL FIRST CLASS GROCERS
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif?.. July 20.
SUGAR: 80-degree Centrifugals, 4.27
cents, or 85.40 per ton. Previous
nuotation, 4.36 cents.
BEETS: 83 analysis, 10s. 11 l-4d.
Parity, 4.31 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us. 7 1-Za
Stem Ilros. & Co., a New York firm
liavo received two anonymous Iclteis
i-tatlng that Moyer Newman, a jalcs
man who disappeared with $2,000
worth of diamonds, Is being hold for a
ransom of $10,000.
London Beets, 1 OslO 1-2(1
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Depaitmenl
Membrrs Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Miumqrr,
FOHT AND MERCHANT ST3.
TEL. PHIVATE, CXCHANQE 4.
T?.1 L'' i'-ILI i-'in-i..-i.i.;j.1..i
Tonight's card nt the Klshmnrkct
Iloxlng: Howe vs. Tltman, colored
boxers of tho Connecticut, six rounds.
Altlcrt vs. Sylvn, tho former of tho,001"s'
LOCAL AND mtUi
When a piece of furniture becomes
useless to you, a Bulletin Want
Ad. will make it useful to you,
I'rradlso of Pacific Fleet number
fur bale nt nil newsstands.
Call 361 or 41, day or. night, for
.Manuel K. Richards In his now Frank
Thero will bo n pedro tournament
nt thu club house uu Hatmday utenln:;,
July 20, nt 7:30 o'clock.
J. M. Knneakua, county clerk f
Kauai, who hao been In town to pco
tho Klcot, returns to lils post tonight.
Tnku your currlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Munfy. Co., for
up to-dnle repairs.
(lot your trunks, hags, and suit
cases at A. Ilium's this week. A flue
new lino of them on display ut ultrnc
W. O. Crowell, Deputy Shoilff of
Wiilmen, Kaunl, Is In toun. liavhu:
coino hero to take In tho sight of tho
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Addintr Machine. Ccme in and
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
Honolulu Construction and Braying Co,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. EOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
VJm An all l'iniitt nf T.amintr. alcn rlpal in (Imvlirfl RnrV. White flnil
itdem.??tr!itaV Jhe L0, Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Sail, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
Oaiie Specialty Co., Ltd. CIALTY
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet -
Edition, wrapned ready for mailing, i
can be procured at this olncc (or live
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.'
A peculiar species ut banana, with
a bunch of fruit growing straight out
from thu top. Is nt present on exlillii
lion nt the Promotion Committer
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Connecticut thi- latter nf Honolulu '"" n,u " ""k"1"'" "'" "" .
Connecticut, tlie latter ot lionoiuiii. 0Vl.nIIK nt 7:3(j (,-cl(,ck cntciUiln the'
six rounds. ... nien of tho Fleet at Arlou hall. A'
liederlcks s. llennet, DotU 1 loot l,m,s,.i ,irasrniii will bo rendered and
boys, six rounds.
Slurphy vs. l'latt, both ot Fort
Shatter, six l omuls.
Hercreed by I'.iddy Ityan.
Mr. Rynu has all through been
given Invuliiablc ssslidanco and sup
port by Lieutenant Weaver of tho
Admiral's stuff, who has chnrgo of
x "'M001! Packing (s
. dKSaiSfcHS?tii SK
Hawaiian Iron Fence and monument Works
iCXT TO VOUNO DI.DG.. '701fl0 KING STREET.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT'OF Till:
Fhst Circuit, Tenltory ot Hawaii.
At Chiimhcrs; In Probate. In tho
Matter of tho Katate of Kachuwaha
nul Kulhchinl, late ot Honolulu, Ca
lm, deceased-testate. Order of No
tice ot Hearing Petition for Probato
of Will. A document purpoitlng tv
bo tho lust will and testament ot Ka
chuwahnnul Kulhulanl, Into of Hono
lulu, Oahu, dcrcasoil, having on tho
.1(1 til day ot June, A. I). 190S, been
present !d to Eald 1'iohate Court, nml
a petition for probate, thcieof, pray
ing for tho Issuanco of letters testa
mentary to C.filos A. Lung, having
been filed by said Carlos A. Long, It
Is ordered Unit Monday, tho lird'ilay
ot August, A. I), iritis, at 9 o'clock
n. in., of snlil day, at tho court room
of Laid coin t ut tho Judiciary build
ing, Honolulu, O.ihu, bo nnd tho sniuo
N licieby appointed tho tlmo nnd
place for proving uald will and hear
ing s.ild application. It Is further
ordered that notice thereof bo given,
by publication onco a week for threo
uiTei-'plvo weeks in tho Kvcnlng llul
letin newspaper, tho last publication
to bo not less than ten days previous
to tho tlmo therein appointed for
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 30, 1908.
AI.i:.ANI)i:it LINDSAY, Jit.,
Second ,1ml go ot tho Circuit Couit ot
tho First Circuit.
Attest: J. A. THOMPSON, Clorlt.
C. Ashfotd, attorney for tho pe
titioner. 1011 Juno 30; July 7. 14, 21.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. noar BcrctanUv
i'i ;'"i'"i.n ii
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
Tho Jnpancso Fleet Committee,
which did much toward arranging for
tho day fireworks upon tho arihal of
tho Atlantic Fleet Wli, it Is salil.
hold a meeting ronv tlmo nflrr tho
departure of tho Fleet for the Orient,
for tho purpose of receiving final -reports
from various roninilltcomcti.
Ono of tho Jnpnnoho staled that they
would do Homiitlilug fur tho second
Hoot, which Ib uxperted to nrrlvo horo
In Soptemhor. What hurt ot entertain
ment they would et' ml to thu Pacific
Fleet ho would not say, except that
It would ho fur belter thaii tho pres
FIRST BOAT OF NEW
LINE ARRIVES HERE
At or near P.twna Junction, small
open-face gold watch, nlso chain
with threo coins attached, Suit
able, rewaid ut this offlre.
Small 'leather book entitled "Unity of
(Sooil," Howard offcrBd for return
to Hullctlu olllcc. 0DC-tf
Tho nrst of tho Portland-Asiatic
lino of steamers to touch ut this port,
In accordance with a reairaiigement
of their lino, by which theso boats
will licieaftcr curr freight to ni.d
Ironi this port, arrived this morning.
Shu Is tho Arabia, fiom Yokohama,
bringing lOOil tons or frelsht.
Tho advent of this lino much In
creases tho freight euirying facilities
to and fiom this place,
Hnckfuhl & Co. uro agents.
IN FOIlKlflN POUTS
Tuesday, July 21.
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived July
S. S, Alameda, hence July 15,
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco Junu "5.
SBATTI.K Sailed July 20;
S. S, Alask'in, for Honolulu.
1III.O Sailed July 20:
S. S, Texan, for S.tllnn Cruz.
IIII.O Arrived July 21:
H. H. I.urllno. hence Julj 20.
Fifteen leases were tiled with the
Iteglblrar of Public Conveyances this
morning to tho I.aupahoelino Sugar
Company, ranging In prlco from $
to JISS leiitnl. They wcro nil small,
and woro from S to 10 years time.
There's nothing that goes unite so
well on n hot day ns n rohl lunch and
n can of Ilooth'8 descent llruud
broiled ninckercd, Have soino on
I ind for emergencies. Your grocer
A Japanese appeared nt tho pollco
station this morning complaining that
ho had lost his two-wheeled pushcart.
When last seen It was used by l.vo
colored sailors, who wero taking an
Inebriated comrade to tho w.iteifio'il
In It nt midnight.
Tho coal Are which has been In
progress for soino tlmo at tho Naval
Station. Is now under control. Only
about 300 tons of coal tiro In tho hlu
affected, nnd this Is being hauled away
uipldly. Tho (Ires hnvu been nicely
ICALIHI DANCING HALL
Slneo tho nrilvul or tho Atlantic
battleship fleet last Thursday every
body In Honolulu bus lieeu Fleet mud.
and what Is more, everybody living at
Kidlhikul, near WiiloKaiullo uauip,
has been getting tho dancing fever.
The young people down there have
opened n dancing hall for themselves.
This dancing bull stands nt tho edw
of Kallhl's most beautiful gi minds. To
dance, accompanied by tho beautiful
strains of tho ukulele, tho banjo, vlo
lln nnd mandolin, with Mich surround
ings Is n double pleasure,
111 honor of tho Atlantic battleship
tlert tho dancing has been postponed
until Friday evening. July 21th. when
the hnll will bo reopened again.
New nieinbciB am steadily coining
in nnd, perhaps, within tho next week,
no moro inoiuberii.wlll bo allowed.
This dancing hnll Is under thu
chnrgo of William ltohlnson, nn old
timer In tho art. who in yet consld
ered to bo ono of tho host dnucorB In
Iho city. Everybody is welcome.
The Proper Drinking of
Beer t .
is good for the weak and the well. The abuse of it is 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 Be,er must be Pure, else it cannot be healthful;
and the purest and best is
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simple, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
One prisoner was t-onloncpd at St
IVteihburg, ltiishln, to threo yearn' Im
piUoiiniLiit and fourteen otlutrii to
from six Moulin, to ono year fn prison
for participating In tho imihSaeio at
Ilnlllstork. Itussta, III 1905.
Fine Job prlntlne at the Bulletin,
UNCERTAINTY A3 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL DE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ino. Co.,
with assets of over $14000,000, and a
curplus of over $1,300,000, Is now Iseu
Inq a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
edded, on payment of second and tub
tequent deposits. In caie of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid durlnrj life.
It will pay vou to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY VATCRHOUSE TRUST CO.,
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Lino
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
& Co., Ltd.
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