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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, f." H.,' THURSDAY; JULY K 1938.
LAIRD, SCHOBER &C o.'s
Ihii Swell ladies' shoe it made of the Genuine -White
Buckskin not white Calf.
It's stylish, handsome, and shapely, and gives the best
kind of satisfaction in wear.
We have them in Plain Toes and also in the new Wing
ON AUG. 8
HONOLULU STOCK ARSE
nOMULll. July 23. 1008
NAME Ot STOCK
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
RED TOP MONOPOLE
v . MOBT DELICIOUS CHAMPAGNE OP THE AGE
GOLD TOP BRUT
AN EXTRA DRY VINTAGE OF 19001
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION
ONLY THE VERY BEST OF PORTO RICAN TOBACCO USED IN THE
MANUFACTURE OF THESE CIGARS. ALL SIZES.
Cable Orders Received
Japancso Consul General Mlll
Sal to 111 return to Japan in the Ainoi
lca Maru, leaving hero on August
8th. Ho will ho accompanied by
Madam Balto, who lms been in ill
health for some time. Sulto's unex
pected return to Japan was based on
a cable Instruction received ) ester-
day from the Department of Foreign
A (In Irs.
This morning Salto stated that ho
was wanted to report Immediately to
the Minister of Foreign A ft a Its for
duty. Ho docs not know, however,
to what particular duty ho will be
assigned. It is probnblo that Salto
will be placed at th,e hend of tho Im
migration Section, under tho Depart
ment of foreign Art a Irs. Ho Is well
posted on this topic, having been tho
only Jnpaneso Consul, under whose
jurisdiction the majority of tho Jap
anese subjects abroad have been liv
ing. While Salto's return to Japan is
regretted, the community feels that
he deserves promotion In the For
Balto will bo succeeded In office
hero by Mr. S. Uyeno, formerly Jap
anese Consul In Canton, China. Ac
cording to Mr. Salto, Uyeno is at
present laid up with typhoid fever In
Japan. He Is oxpected to bo hero In
about two or three months, during
which time tho Consulate hero will
be represented by Vice Consul K.
Btewei Si Co ..
Pwl Plantation Co 4.
Hawaiian Sugar Co..
Ilofiomu Sugat Co
llonolcaa Sugar Co.
IlilinSuiar Co ...
Klliuku Plantation Co
Klhrl I lautallou Ui Mil
koln-l Surar Co
VU v 111,
Mm lm ....
ii.' 201 Vi
nihil Stiff ar Co
Oiiomea Sut;at To ..
Onknta Sui,ar riant Co
Ola Sugar Co Utl ....
Otowaiu Co ,
raaliau Sugar I'Knl u
rata riamaiion u ....
Pvntko Sutar Co....
rintiKr Mill Co . ..."a.
VWIluVuSurar Co ....
Mainianalo Sugar Co.
Walmra Sugar mm V.O
liitar-lilaiid Staani N Co
Hon H T Ik L Co ITrl
Mutual Tlpliou Co
Pud Up ,
Nahlku RukbtrCo Aal.
Hon It Ik M Co
Ham allan Pineapple Co.
HawTcr 4 pc !
HawTer 4 pc
Haw Gov't t DC. ......
Ca Ctt 9ug Kal Co
Ham Ditch Co ,
Uipar Ditch 6a
Ha Com Stic; Co j
HlloR KCo Con 6 pc
Hon R T 4 L Ci 6 p C
katuku P.antCo6 tic
Llrllrvd. H LftiM
Oiliu R A L Co toe1..
Ilatiu sugar co spc .
Pac- Sag. Mill Co, 6a
rata I'lai Mlloil (.0 ....
rionftr Mill Co 6pc ..
Ualalua grl-Co ape
Huuakai itugar co fic.
NEW - tO-DAV
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
189 KING STREET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
THE CANDY WITH A REPUTATION BEHIND IT. Each
piece is a testimonial to the ability o fthe maker and his
attention to matters of detail.
The Palm Cafe
ism t 'jm
The, K N'O X HAT is too well known on the Coast and
throughout the East to be in need of description. It stands for style and
cxclusivencss, but never for pronounced or faddish extremes. Knox Hats
arc never in bad form.
The first-class ouality 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 py for it in New York or Frisco.
KNOX HATS Soft Felt or Stiff $3.00
KH0X SILK HATS $8.00
KNOX STRAWS $3.00 to $5.00
Stop and sec them in our windows,
Hales Hot ecu Hoards lrt
$28; 20 Oaliu Sug. Co., $29.25
blon: S Walalua, $85.
Latest sugir quotation 4.27 csntt or
$35.40 per ton. ,
ELKS' BUILDING, KING nr. FORT ST. TEL. 051.
zsttEaa&AMJK!m!P4i fei.tg:tjeggg-s.n.vvv. ..uHwnBai
s ivrtis roR sau w
l'f O O'L All FIRST CLASS GROCERS
'Mntereu Packing (g
F.tDOOTH. souAoKr. f
iN 'villi cUTcUit coUliT o1'"tiiu
First Judicial Circuit. Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers; In Piobate
In tho Matter of tho Kstote of Henry
K. Cobb. Deceased. Order of Notlco
of Hearing Petition for Letters of
Ancillary Administration with the
Will Annexed. On reading and fil
ing tho petition of Dlshop Trust Com
pany, Limited, a corporation organiz
ed under the laws of tho Territory
of Hawaii, havlpg Its principal of
ficio in Honolulu. Island nnd County
of Oahu, said Territory, alleging that
Henry K. Cobb, a resident of and dom
idled at N'owton, County of Middle
sex, Commonwealth of Massachu
setts, 'died tcstato at N'owton afore
said on tho 2nd day of February, A.
D. 1908, leaving property in tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii necessary to bo ad
ministered upon, alid praying that
letters of ancillary administration
with the will annexed issuo to It,
IT IS ORDnrtED, that Monday, tho
24th day of August, 190S, at nine
o'clock A. M. bo and hereby Is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition lu
tho Court Room of this Court nt Ho
nolulu aforesaid, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause If any they have,
why said Petition should not bo grnnt
cd, and that notlco of this order shall
bo published once a week for three
snecessho weeks in tho Ucnlng Bul
letin, a newspaper published In said
Dated at Honolulu, July 22, 1908. .
(Sgd.) ALEXANDER LINDSAY.
Second Judge, Circuit Court, First
(Sgd) JOHN MARCALI.INO,
40C0 July 23, 30; Aug. 0, 13.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
LOCAL AND iiirtfcsUi
When a niece of furniture becomes
useless to you, a Bulletin Want
Ad. will make it useful to you.
Paradise of Pacific I'lotl number
for talo at all newsstands.
Hov. F. 8. Sciidder was nn arrival lu
Col. Do La Vergno has hooked to
ICiHu in tho Kln.iu.
Call 301 or 41, day or night, fur
Manuel K. Richards In his now Frank
D. II. Caw, County Attorney of
Maul, was omonft tho nrrlvals this
A. F. Knudt.cn, accompanied by Mrs
KiiiiiUen, will ltao this afternoon for
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Sllin'of Kauai
will leiu- for their homo this afternoon
Suit for illoreo has been filed by
Martha M. Louis ngalnst Manuel Louis
on the grounds of desertion.
Take your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrluge Manfy'. Co. lor
up to-date repairs.
Manager C. 11. Wells of Walluku
Stuar Co. camo down this morning
In tl.o Clniidliie.
: Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox and Mlai
E II. Wilcox will leave tonight fur
Kauai, In tho Klnu.ii.-'; w tli
I Judge C. S. Dole of I.lliuo.iKniial, re
turns to his post this afternoon. Ho
will leavo lu tho KInau,
Attorney J. Llghtfoot, who has a
lir.inrli fifTlr-i, Iti Wnllnb., .!..... I.,.
overlooking the leper settlement was ,, , ncliinB to some legal mat
n llu-ly placo on Thursday morning .. .,mo ,)ilck .
(let jour trunks, hagB
London Beets, lis
Henry Waleriioiise Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Membtra Honolulu Stock end Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON A1aiiia.tr.
FORT AND MERCHANT ST6.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
SIGHT OF FLEET
(Special to the Ilulietlr.)
Kalao, Molokal. July 21. Tho 'iPall"
Joseph A. filma,n,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.,
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Ono hundred people, nr nearly- that.
must havo gathered there. Thero wero
the Me j or, Mutch and Lucas families
from Kalao; the Hex Illtchcocks'finm
Kaluaahn; tho Thunloro Mcjcis "ni
Kamalo; also Dr. Hajcs and famll),
all of whom camo. up on- Wednesday
on purpose to ku the Fleet. -
Then from bre tk of day peoplo be
gan coming up Hie road from some
.vhero ones, twos and parties, Tho
HawallaiiH wcro to the foro In parties,
as their inert y laughing mid shouting
denoted. Then there wcro .Inpatient-;
most wcro on horseback, but a few
sturdy trampcrs passed on. About
0:30 n. m. all was 'inlet except nt the
pall, until 7:30, when thorp was a
merry trooping back again tho bight
was over. ,
It was a beautiful Idea to glvo tho
cnics at A. lllom's this week. A flno
new lino of them on display at nttrac
Deputy Sheriff W. O. Craw ell iif
Wnlmea, Knual, will' bo a passenger
In the steamer KInau, which leaves .it
. B o'clock this afternoon.
I Vhos. niirmlnghnm has been np
polntt-d administrator of the cstato of
:-tunrt P. Iliirmlngliam, deceased. His
I bo id wrs fixed nt J300D.
Have you teen it! The new Uni
versal Addinp; Machine. Come in and
tec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Ofilee Specialty Co., Ltd.
(llnssrs, when properly fitted, glxo
relief to tired oje3 and allow Nntiiia
I Ui effect u cure. Accuracy In lilting
lenses Is our chief aim A. N. Sau
foul, optician, Doslon bulldln;
Honolulu Cfonstfuction and Graying Co,,
PHONE, OFFICE. 281." P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming, also, deal .in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. OoVdea Sell, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
7TH PRECINCT, 4TH DISTRICT
Notlco Is hciehy given that tho
election of omcers of the Seventh
Precinct Republican Club, 4th Dis
trict, will tnko placo at St. Antonio
Hall, Vineyard street, Friday, July
24th, at 7:30 p. m.
All Republicans residing In tho
precinct are asked to bn present.
W. It. JULY,
July 23, 1908. 4000-21
NEXT TO YOUNG ELDO- S7S-1M KINO STREET.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
BIB OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretanltv
. -ii ,
NEW ASSORTMENT OF ' '
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
1050 Nauanu. .
AH accounts outstanding against
Subcommlttco on Entertainment of
tho Atlantic Fleet must bo presented
FRED. L. WALDRON,
Chairman Subcommittee on En
nc aupapans a s.gni m mis urgos-. shu Ylm Kucn ct .,, ,mo Ilgtltlt,
Vri.i,, . . . i , O proceeilliiRs ngilnst V. Ito ct al . to
llBhtfully by circling around nnd stop- .,,.., ,9-9 for .....,,. , ..... ,,..
nil... nn Mr..,., nu .ifu.lllln 1 1 llin ullll.n . -
liuip. Ma iivni o ii.joo.wiw. u iiiv piimu
an I saluting the nvdplo u'11' a big
Tho Idea of course wob to glvo picas
uro to tho unfnrtunato brethren at tho
coltlcnient but It also gave pleasure
to a largo number of Molaknlans who
troubled to take tho long ride. It was
a dollgbtful morning following n
splendid moonlight, ho mcr) thing
Kalao ia merry with its troop of
summer children again this year.
"How did )ou get here, old man?"
for dealing of certain land. Tho
Kimn DcNolopmtnt Co. Is mado tho
i Mri.. i:. P. Low. Mrs. dart ley and
two children and Mrs. C. I Wilght
vlll leao for Kauai tonight, sailing In
tho KInau. Wbllo nn Knual, they will
be guests of Mr. anil Mrs. A. S. Wil
cox. Tho Depirtment of Public Works
has reccUed a letter fiom tho Jillor
nt liana, Maul, stntlng that slnro a
, water supply has been Inslnlled theio
be bus taken grent Interest in the
The man who takes a class of Primo Beer with his
meals need have no fear of indigestion or nervousness.
The 2ig of Alcohol it contains is just enough to
assist the digestion and quiet the nerves.
It would be hard work to drink enough of it to do him
any harm, for Primo Beer is not a spirituous liquor in any
true sense of the word.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacUria. Notice tlat NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simnle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
u'e?3 we are constantly studying to insuro our customers wholesome foiilk.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
i-niiri1 nnl. nml will roihi limit Hmvnrn
H!a my alrahlp "Iload gooil?" nml pnntH ljlfHiuitni;. rormerly Ihoro
'Clouily." Life. vmh mi IrrlRatlon podBlhlo,
IB LI ,U - 1 l - ' '- - 111 !
July 21st, somowhero about the
streets, a bank hook of Newport,
It. i Hank, In account with N.
W, Smith, containing 25 1c stamps
and uluub1o papers und data.
Finder will confer a favor by mail
ing saino to N. W. Smith, U. S. S.
Nebraska, Atlantic Fleet.
Six-room cottage 1814 College St.
Iling up" Phone 00; can occupy
August 1st. 4053-31
Unless a Safe doei all that it is supposed to do, it is
worse' than nothing, bjcause you trust it.
A safe should be absolutely fire- and burglar-proof, The
many severe tests which the
have undergone have proved it absolutely Safe.
Its makers have been improving and tcstinp, it for over
THE NAME IS A GUARANTEE.
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Lino
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also,. Ladies' Lingerie Waists
E. W. Jordan
& Co., Ltd.
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