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EVEN1N0 nULUSTIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. SATURDAY. JULY 23, 1008.
" Popular ;J$m
Eastern Tie- JJt
. This -Tan Suede wait Oxford is the neatest, swcllest
tic of many a ecksoii. Its stjlc nnd tasteful appearance
will rs:ominend it to the most particular.
Made of the finest leather, and lasted to fit snugly at
the ankka and ever the instep, tin's shoe is perfect in every
way. It is now having a tremendous run in the East.
In Tan, Swede, or White Buck, $5.00
IBclNEBNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
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Jotilt Motcot, Manuel Moitot, nnd
Antnnc Harbosa, ouiik fellows wlio
lutc boon making llfu miserable for
the resident!) of tlic Kululant tract In
Kullhl, appeared In tho Police Court
tills morning on charges of disturb
ing t lie unlet of the night. They had
been shouting outside tho residence
of "Sweet Kniallit." who at one tlmo . Ktei 1'jiniatrftnCol.itl
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Vina uur m iiir iuiiiiii.oi,ui,iuhhj . KnlOJ punnr Lti
Honolulu a lower IU0. They
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. July 25.1908
NAME Oh STOC
MERMAN l ikb
J Brtwi-r ft Co..........
Kwa rintiuiloti Co ....
tlAjMrtf, Acftc.Co ...
Haw Com ft Suit to ..
Itntiomu SllRm Co ...
lloitoVaa Rtnar Co. .
Haiku Suirar Co
I Kaliulu ('lunation Co
"- i lIHU4rU(n ,w
told n "MclstnlebuinrCo,...
spoi-lnl ollleer who tried to quiet them Ononita Sueaf c ....
K),UIA?U,dl I I'll). -w
I'm :UKr KiV i.n.
Taaliau Suiiar Plant Co
Pall Plantation Co ...
Pctckco Sninr Co...
Picmrcr Mill Co
VVal'tiVuHueai Co ...
Vllntatt'.!i Stiffar Cl.
Ukil'ii Suirar Mill Co
liitcr-IMautl Steam N Co
lion K T M. Co Prcl
linn It Tiki. Co Com
Mutual T!eihouc Co
Naluku KuMrCo Am.
to go to u warmer ellmo. John Mos-
cot and Autone lluibosu wcro fined
$7 mid iots each, while .Manuel Mos
tot was discharged.
Sam Wood appeared on n charge of
malicious Injury, and Ills sentence
,Wiis suspended for thtitccn months.
It appeared that, ho and a )oung man
named lt)nn weio owners together of
n canoe; that la, Hjati owned the ca
noe ptopcr and Wood the outrigger.
Thoy had n dispute, and Wood took
off his outrigger, cutting the lashings
which hold It In place.
Wong Lung, a Chinese gentleman
Who was arrested on general princi
ples on a chargu of vagrancy, was
The lbfc of llatcmuil Davis, charg
ed with assault and battery, wus con
tinued until .luly 27.
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yga5TTEyi?;riT7?r ffmj m arira
. Houiselield Store
l-Svti off Iof 3 Weeks
33 1-3 -Special Sale On -43 1-3
AGATEWAitE, QEASS'.VARE, CROCKERY WAKE,
NO''S Y0UU OPPORTUNITY!
!Lwits z Co.. Ltd.,
CUT-PRICE .HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM.
1GD KIHfl ST. TELEPHONE 240.
vtTTjfiT'j.''rJ!-:-r : ;- " ,!'" .'' '" aimw j .
to be Rood mu3t have a flavor and texture co.ual to that
which is imported. When it cnu be mado better, the de
mand is larcer. Our candy-maker produces an article for
which the demand is unureccdeutcd. We have a reputation
too, for making ice cream and cake.
The Palin Cafe
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KOREAN LABORER IS
HILLED AT WAiPAHU
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A Ko'rnan l.iboror employed by the
O.ihu tlugnr Company was killed by
inccldcnt last TiiuiHilay. b' Jumping
from n t 'nlti. T'-n man had been
Iwoil.liiK with other menrjers of his
I gnng on I'ord Island unit was being
jtuLiin back fiom work on n planta
tltm train. When tho cars passed
I the camp ho Jumped off while tho
train was still In motion In order to
huh time, lie was tluown violently
to tho ground, and rcrclveil Injurlis
which piocd fatal. The news of tho
affair was brought to town by Dep
uty Sheriff .lack Fernandez of llwn,
who ni rived this morning froai l'carl
BARBER HURT BY
Joseph Koi nandez, tho proprietor
of tho Silent llaruer Shop, was yes
Iculay morning Injured by being
thiowu fiom his horse whllo ho was
taking his usual matltudinul exer
cUc. Ho had ridden from his home
at Wnlklkl as far as tho corner of
K'tlakaua avenuo and the McCully
tract when tho horso foil with him.
Fernandez was tluown heavily to tho
ground, landing on his head. Tills
took place at about G:20 o'clock.
Fernandez received a cut on his
temple, dislocated his shoulder, and
bruised his leg. Ho was picked up
In an unconscious tondltlon and tak
en to tho Queen's Hospital. Hero his
wounds were dresbed, after which ho
was taken to his home. He Is still
under tho caro of a physician.
Oahu Kft I, Co.,
II Ho P. K (o,
Hon It ft M Co-
Hawaiian I'hirapple Co.
Haw Trr 4 PC
Maw Ter 4S pc
ItawTcr i tic
Haw Gov't s pc
C IIki hug ft Ket Co
Ham D'tcli Co ,
U'k.t Ditch t
Ililo K RC.i Con Mic
Hon RTft LCo6 c
Kaliuku P ant Co 6 p c.
MrllrvJt S Lo'a 6
flat... U K. I (n . . 1
I f Htm iltiirnr f,. tnr ..
CUa Sui;ar Co u u c. ,
I Mi. Su. Mill Co, 6
Pala I'lantatlo.i Co ....
Pioneer . Mill Co 6 pc.
WauiiuT Ark inc
Hunaiaa SiiKar co. t.tK.
Sales llctwcen Hoards: 130 Haw,
Sag. Co., $33.50: It Oahu Kir,' Co.
$29.25; W Oahu SllK. Co.. J"' 23. Ses-
fclnn; 10 r.wa. I27.S7V..; 3 F.wn,
July 23, 1808
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Advertise that property in the
Bulletin Want columns, just to
show that you are in earnest about
wanting to sell it.
Paradise of Pacific Fleet number
for sain at all newsstands.
fifill iitt f J1 .Inv nf nlfht. fnr I
Manuel K. Itlchards In bis now Frank
School Inspector Italdwlii, after scl
eral uceki of Illness, has returned to
William McKlnlcy l.odgu No. 8, K.
of 1'., will meet In K. of I. hall this
vu-nlng at 7:30.
Take your cnrrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfy. Co.. lor
Tho Illshop of Polynesia, the Kev.
T. C. Twltchell, was a thiough pns
renger by the Maramu.
A uieetlng of tho teachers commit-
tco of tho Hoard of Kducatlou will
probably be held on .Monday.
The local Domocrats hato applied
to llrynn for some of the phonograph
records of his speeches for delivery
Hon. A. Mahefty, Colonial Secretary
for FIJI, returning to his post of duty
from ICnglr.nd, passed through on the
Prof. Kdgar Woods, principal of the
Normal School, letumlng from a short
stay on tho Coast, arrived on tho Ma
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Oilioe Specialty Co., Ltd.
David Paul of tho San Francisco
Chronicle and its syndicate Is n Ma
ramn passenger bound to Sidney to
report tho Hoot festivities.
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 mailine. tnrce cents.
I'i lino beer is tho best tonic you
can usu. Tho 2',4 per cent of alcohol
In It Is loo slight to bo considered, ox
lept as It aids the digestive functions
Mid soothes tired nerves.
Heinz Apple Butter Is so high In
quality co pine and rich In unvor, and
so cheap In price that nil good hotpji-
At n meeting of the dlneiors uf C.
Drower ft Co., Ltd.. held July 21th, kepcrs order It fiom tho gtocer In
dividends wcro Increased fiom uno I Mi'iul of making their own.
.mil iimiJinir nor cent ner month to! ALL TERRITORIAL LICENSES EX-
two per cent ner month, commencing
July 31st, and continuing for tho bal
ance of tho year.
July 21. lflOS.
At.n mooting of tho Directors of tho
Honolulu Ilrcwlng & Malting Co., Ltd.,
held this tlate, the monthly dividend
was reduced from ono per cent to one
half of 1 tier cent, beginning July 21,
mid continuing iiulll further notice,
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FOft SAU BY
AIL FIRST CLASS GROCERS
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MRS. PINAO DEAD
Mts. Keoho Jlnao, wlfo of Sam PI-
nno, engineer of tho Hoad Department,
died at Kaknako jenterday morning In
childbirth. Doth mother and child are
lying In tho Towiucud's Undertaking
Mrs. Pinal vas mnrrlod In 1903.
Piiiao, tho husband, was a member of
tho rlllo team which took part in tho
International shoot In tho States.
Tho funeral will tako place this af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock from tho Town
send undo: taking parlor and frlem'.
nio tctpicstcd to bo pit-sent beforo
McOUIIin In this city, July 21, 1908,
to Mr. and Mrs. 'J. W. I.. McClnlrc,
Latest sugar quotation 4.17 cents or
$83.40 per ton.
London Beets', 10s 6 1-4d
Henry Watertiouss Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Oepa.tmant
Member Homlulu atoak and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manaier,
FORT AND MERCHANT T.
TEL. PRIVATE CXCHANQI 4.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
PINAO III this city, July 21, 1008.
Mrs. Keoho Plnno and Infant, wlfo
anl Infant of Sam Plnno.
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MtJXT TO VOUNG DLCG.. V6-160 KING 8TREET.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUB DISPLAY.
: Emma St. near Berctani
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACiriC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
A Chicago ait dealer was talking
about tho wrath of William T, K
uis, tho Now York collector, upon
whruu, It Is alleged, so many bogus
paintings havo been Imposed, "He's
awfully angry," said tho art dealer,
tepresslng a smllo. "Somo of his
costllost pictures, you know, liavo
been declaied fakes. Ills blond bolls
when hu thinks of tho wny he has
been duped. Ho told mn tho other
day that ho could haidly understand
tho rngo that possessed him against
every potty, little, insignificant deal
' that had cheated him. Ho said It
was llko tho rago of n waiter that ho
had noted ono afternoon at luncheon.
At luncheon, Mr. Evans said, ho
called hlH wnltcr's attention to n
doad fly In somo dish or other. Tho
waller, as ho took tho dish away,
muttered with a malovotcnt look at
tho limp Insect: 'I'd glvo a two-dollar
bill If I could know for certain
that this was tho fly that's been buz
zing about my noun all tho morn
ing." Washington Star.
THE TRUE MESSENGER
Tho messenger aouqht by tho pub
lic is the ono who docs not fnll into
"rat guards," but who keeps, his eyes
so whlo open that ho sees in tho dnik
even better thun In daylight. That Is
tho character of boys wo havo ami
they do not go around carrying water
proof sandwiches, they mean business
and thoy get business by being "John
ny on tho plnhead" when duty calls
When our boys aro coatless It Is at
times when thoy go so fast on a mot
orcyclo that tho wind blows th.olr
coats off, and their caps aro fastened
with rubber bands.
Opposition is the thing to glial d
against but competition Is tho ,llfo of
trado. Wo havo not had to wreMlfl
with either, lot, but the tlmo Is com
ing when somo fellow out of u Job
111 tuni'Iooso and try things. Wo
havo a bicycle, motoicjclo and wagon
scrvlco for tho handling of different
branches of our largo business mid
each Is In chargo of "leal boys," not
tho bIiuw article. If jon'huvo any
messages to bo delivered and you want
tho work done at once ring us; tole
phono' 381, Tutrltorlal Messenger Service.
t find '
We have a fine new assortment of handsome, tasteful
ties of all shades and colors, and cut in the very latest fash
ions. Plain and fancy sacks, in black, tan, and colored.
Ours is the best line of Gentlemen's Furnishings in
town. One of our specialties that is very popular is the
Tie and Handkerchief made in the same design.
Stop in and see them.
ELKS' BUILDING, KING ST. near FORT.
For Your Table
We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
market. They were brought down on the Lurline with
some delicious fresh salmon and tender, fat geese. At
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Fin Job Prlntlnc at tli Bulletin.
Jndo watch charm. Reward on re
turn to Capt. Ilerger, Miller St.
NEW - TO-DAY
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED
Tho Stock Hooks of tho Pioneer
Mill Co., Ltd., will bo closed to trans
fers fiom July 27th to August 1st.
190S, both dates Included.
(S.) W. PFOTHNIIAUBU,
Trcasuror Plojieer Mill Co., Ltd.
PIRED JUNE 30, 1903. LICENSES
FOR THE NEW FISCAL YEAR ARE
NOW PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE
QF THE TREASURER OF THE TER-
Tho Uulden is a men's Ilcgal made
of Black King kid on a straight lust
model. It Is a perfect shoo for every
day wear. At tho Hegal Shoo Storo
for 3.r,0 and ?4.
Ono of tho head officials of thu
Union Steamship Company, by which
the Maramu is owned and operated,
Andrew McClelland, was among the
thiough passengers on that steamer.
leaving port this morning.
Attorney Wm. H. Ueers, formerly a
graduate of Kamchamehn and recent
ly of tho University of Michigan, will
leave for Hllo next Tuesday. Ho will
practlco law there. Ho will bo accom
pnulcd by Mrs. Ilcers and child.
Aniuni; arrlvuls yesterday on the
Murama was Itev, A. Kboisole, accom
panled by his wlfo und three children.
Ho comes hero to act as an assistant
to thu ltev. Scuddcr in ills pastoral
duties at Central Union Church.
Joseph Doyle of San Francisco has
written the pollco asking for Informa
tion regarding his father, Kdwarl C.
Do) Ic, u plumber, 73 years of nge,
whom ho has not seen bIiico tho earth
ipiake. Tho missing man at ouo tlmo
Miss Nellie Campbell of Illcnhelm,
Canada, arrived yesterday on the Mn
raina, making tho trip from tho Coast
to become tho brldo of Albert Cham
bers of the HolllBter Drug Co., the
ceremony being performed today at
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Tho marriage of MIbs Nelllo Camp
bell uf Ontario, Canada, to Mr. A.
Chambers of tho Holllstcr Drug Com
pany took placo today at tho St. An
drew's Cathedral. The wedding was
n very pretty affair, ut which Inti
mate ft lends were present. Mrs, II
O. Hoswell of 12wa was matron of
honor and Mr. Iloukbanc best man.
Tho t Ilia team to represent tho Na
tlonal riti.ird of Hawaii will leave for
Camp Perry, Ohio, by tho Alameda,
sailing August !. There aro nineteen
men In tho team. It will bo In chargo
of Major Itlley, who handled tho team
so well last year. Lieutenant Colonel
Coyno will go ns team couch, Lieuten
ant Colonel Short as learn spotter, ami
Sergeant Hairy as pit offlcor.
,Accoidlug to Iho pioscnt plans, It
seems as If Walluku will bo the III at
town In tho Territory to havo a town
hall. Tho County of Maul will lease
tho larger poitlon of tho grounds on
which the Kaahmnnuu church Is stand
ing mid tho old wooden courthouse
will bo moved thero, whero It will be
lefltted, preparatory to its occupation.
Permission to move this building was
secured from tho Department of Pub
Tho election of Republican o nicer a
of the Fifth Precinct, Fifth District
(Uwa), last evening resulted us fol
lows: Piesldont, Cleorgo Ronton; first
vlco president, D. Douglas; second
vlco president, A. N. McKeovorj see
rutury, R. Muller; nssUtuiit Becretnry,
J. D. Davidson; treasurer, C. A. Swift;
judges of election: J. Fernandez, H,
l.alug, Georgo Newman, M. J. 0,011
vola; members of oxecutlvo commit
tee: M. J. fiouvela, Dr. 0. R. McLaln,
S. 0. (irecnllcM, James Shand, Tom
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIX & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock. White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Sail, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALTY.
J A kl Has Moved to
. LAINUU BLCK.
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL.
KEEP MILK COLD
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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
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
E. W. Jordan
& Co., Ltd.