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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, f. H.,"THUnSD VYJ JULY 30, 19
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This Tan Suede welt Oxford is the neatest, swcllest
tie of many a season. Its style and tasteful appearance
will recommend it to the most particular.
Made of the finest leather, and lasted to fit snugly at
the ankles and over the instep, this shoe is perfect in every
way. It is now having a tremendous run in the East.
In Tan, Swede, or White Buck, $5.00
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
l-3rd off for 3 Weeks
33 1-3 Special Sale On 33 1-3
AGATEWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERYWARE,
NOW'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
Lewis & Co.. Ltd.,
CUT-PRICE HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM.
1G9 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
" Joim jtfrown's JBody."
We bought a jolly Victor in the "easy-payment" way.
We never missed tho money nnil there's notli
more tc pay.
Other Jojs may vanish but tho Victor's come
to sta y.
And the fun goes marching on.
". glory to the Victor
lilninn In our simple) evening picture
Among our precious treasures 'tis a
While the fun goes marching on.
vuuiu in mm gee us auout tne
to be good must have a flavor and texture equal to that
which is imported. When it can bo made better, the de
mand is larger. Our candy-maker produces an article for
which the demand is unorecedented. We have a reputation
too, for making ice cream and cake.
The Palm Cafe
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
CIALTY. Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
Charles B. Poor, tho Hawaiian act
or uho v,aa well known In the. United
States and England, died In San Fran
clieb July 2, and was hurled thcie
under the auspices of San Kranplsco
Lodge No. a, H. I. O. K. .Mr 1'onr
was the son of Henry P. Poor and Mrs.
Caroline Hush, u letldont of (his city.
Ho was In San Prnncltco plajlng with
the Collier's company when ho waj
One of the greatest fights In his
tory, that between Tommy Hums and
thinner Jlolr for the championship
of the world, will be seen at tho Um
pire Theater In moving pictures, be
ginning next Monday night. Ladles
and gentlemen wilt enjoy this ton-
tot to tho limit.
(Continued from Ptze 1)
laundry to the Kmmtiu stream, mid
to Mr. Llttlo's positive Knowledge
this has been running for over n
week. It Is insanitary to n high de-
rie, und the water enmes from tho
laundry sower pipes, which havo be
come clogged from the refuse. Ono
man Is at present, and has been for
somo tlmo past, trying to remedy
this. With tho proper force of men
It could bo (.topped In very short or
At tho alley cntrnnco to the laun
dry, nlong the concrete back sidewalk
tho water Is ImeKcd up for n distance
of fifty feet. It Is wash-water and Is
anything but sanitary.
Ono of tho most startling proofs of
the insanitary conditions around this
rcctlOn Is tho statement of Ctrl On
Tnl, who has several of Richards'
camps under lease, that n number of
children living tltcro have contracted
a nasty Itch on their leg) from wad
Ins In the stagnant, stinking water
that Is allowed lo remain. This state
ment was made to Mr. l.lttle and
Sim Chllllngworth, when they wcro
Inspecting for tho Water Depart
ment. What action will be tnken Is not
1 nown as yet. Sir. Richards' letter,
which Is" written so that it may bo
construed In two ways, seems to
pl.ico tho blnmo for tho runnlnc of
tho water down Vineyard street on
tho Water Department of the city,
but this has been shown not to be so.
It Is probable, however, that an lm
mcdlato nnd dcflntlo investigation
HONOLULU, My 30.1908
... a cir STOCK
Pwa t IftnlAllon Cn ....
II m Pom At Suit Crf
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Hntioniu SuRflt Co ....
ItottoLiti Sugar Co
Haiku Suvar Co
KahuVu I'lanlnllnii Cn
Kiliel rianlltn Co Uil
Klpanulc Sugar Co . . . .
K-tloaSuar O ......
M Umlehusar Co ....
u-itm Siirnr Cn
Oi'omei Sunr Co ,,t
rjoknla Sueur Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Lid ....
nt.nvalu Cn.,... ...,,
railiau Sugar rNril Co
Paift Plantation Co ....
Tcnrtken Suiir Co....
ft. tt tr .M l t-o . ......
Waialua Acrlc Co......
WM'uku Silifai Co ....
Walnianalo Suffer Co.
Walmri Stirar Mill Co
tnicMManil Mr.m Ne'o
Hint UTal. Co I'tel
Mini RT& I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Nililku IIuI.Ikt Co Am
O. h I K ,1i I, C.i
lino II K ( n.
tott It ft M r
tlauailtn PitMapiite Co
(law ler 4 ic
law Ter tH tie
ItawTer i lie.....
Haw Govrt j pr
Cl Hctt Suj( .V ktl Co
Ham IWrh Co,
Ulper Ditch 61
Haw Sugar Co n p c...
Illlo R KCo Con . tic
Hon RTft LLVCp c
Kahtiku P.antio6 pc
MrUmlrS C"'i t.
Oalu Kh LC06 . :..
Qaliu ugarCo ) pc ..
Clna Sugar Co 6 p c .
I'ac- Sug Mill Co, 6
T'onecr Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua erl Cn enc
Itonakaa Sugar co rpc.
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"Won't you put thoso whlto nrms
mound my neck?" pleaded the sum
mer man. ''Why this haste?" asked
the summer girl. "I merely wanted
to enjoy tho experience while they
aro still white." Kansas City
Largo houso on Palolo road; soven
looms, bath room und kitchen. Ap
ply to J. V. Sotua, 1371 I-uzo St
NEW - TO-DAY
SATURDAY, AUG. 1
8 F. M.
S P A N I S H
Dance and Ball
Under Direction of
PROFESSOR D. JOSE R0MERA
Tickets on sale at Territorial Mes
senger Service. Phone 361. Tick
ets 60 cents.
COMMENCING AUGUST 3RD
Hallen and Fuller!
10 BIO ACTS BY
TICKETS NOW ON,SALEw75-50-25o.
Sales Iletwccn Ho.irls- 2."" Ono
men, 3S; 25 Onomca, $3S. 10 o.ilm
SliR. Co. J2D.2S; HO O.1I111 Sllg. Co,
123.25: 17 Pioneer, Hr, U, llwu, J28.
Session: S I'lonter, ?H5; 20 Oukalu.
Latest sugar quotation 4.25 cents or
I35.C0 per ton.
T II III! ! li Ml lllllll J
London Beets, 10s 9d
.'verify Waterhouss Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Department
Membtra Honolulu' stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Maium,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
ALL SIZES from bred to spike
IMMENSE VARIETY jn ev
Nails sold in any quantity.
for Household use Nails in
1- and 5-pound packages for
the same price as nails in
Lewers & Cooke
177 S.KING ST. PHONE 775.
EEV. A. MACKINTOSH
Ilov. Canon Mackintosh, who Is ls
Itlnc In England, will not return to
Hawaii nel. Hy jestonlay'H mnll
Illbhop Hestarlck rocoUcil n letter
I mm him, asking Unit ho ho allowed to
resign tho uetlvo membership In tho
Chapter of St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Hov. Mackintosh has received nn otter
In tho dloceso of Norwich.
Hov. Mncklntosh enmo to tho Islands
lit 1870. In March, 1870, IJIshop Wll
llu ordained htm a priest. Ho wns for
tunny jears principal of tho Iloyal
Tho wardens and C3trymen of the
parish of Kt. Andrew's calhedrnl met
josteidny afternoon nt 5 o'clock, when
tho billion read tho letter of leslgua
lion. Thoso piotcnt pantod .1 robolutlnu
oxprehsliiR their appreciation of tho
lulthful horvlcos icnderod. by Hov.
TENNIS CHAMPION" WEDS.
A quiet weddlni; was solemnized nt
8 o'clock last nlEht nt tho icsldenco
of tho brldo's parents by tho Hov. V.
O. Westervelt, tho rontractliiR parties
noliiK HeorKo T, coulter nnd Miss
Ulhel Horner. Tho joimtt peodo nro
hpendlng their honoymoou on l'nclllc
HelKhtB. Mr. Coulter, tho riooiii, Is
n conductor on the Itapld Transit, Ills
brldo was formcily n teacher In ono
or tho city schools She is well known
throughout thu Territory lis thojholdor
of tho ladles' slORlus twills cli m'lploni
LOCAL AND flENEBAL-
'A largo houso Is for rent. See ad,
th. i. ...
1'arndlso of Pacific Fleet number
for cnle at nil ncwMtands
Excellently flavored fresh Allegret
t! chocolate creams at Benson. Smith
& Co., Ltd.
Cult 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards in his new Frank
.Indue John Thomas l)o Roll will
lake Judgo I.IiuImo'h place during tho
latter s absence.
Tako jour cartlngo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks nru sened In tho b?st manner
at the Fashion. Just glo us a try.
The whim nnd liquors that T. 1'. Mc
Tlghc & Co. serve to their customers
tro conceded to bo tho best In town.
nave you s:en ltt The new Uni
versal Addinc Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
uinie specialty Co., Ltd.
Si ml jour friends on the mainland
oiiio pears, plmapplcA or lonau.ii, by
Hie Alameda, Auxust Jth. Onltr now
from Island Fiult Co, Phono 13.
P. Mmilco McMahnu. tin nod ti
iiograplicr. trnxolir. He . airlieil tills
uintiiliii; in tho IrniKinI Slnro ,Mc
Million left ll'innll ninio vears ago lie
has often written iixpiesflng IiI.h long
ings for Hawaii nel, ami II now neim
that his helmwth hus i-ollon the bent
The Afong raso cimo up In Judc
I.indsay'H Comt this mninliig for u
few moments, when tho attorneys for
both tides wcro present, and it discus
f Ion as to tho taxation of costs ensued
Attorney Wlthlngton for Mrs. Afong,
will prorcnt an iinlor to the Court this
nftcrnoon nt 4 o'clock dismissing tho
pica in liar.
TUG IS LIABLE
FOR SHIP'S STRANDING
In the old admiralty matter of
Pope & Talbot tt nl orkiis tho tug
IV.irles3, In which a motion for re
hearing was filed on account of tho
fourth exception lo tho second union
ded libel, Judge Dnlu tills morning
handed down his decision, deciding
that tho fourth exception lo the fee
end amended libel should be modified
and tho uxme overruled as lo both of
the strandlng3 of the easel In quci
Hon. Tho syllabus explains tho case cry
Liability of lowlnc cs80l for In
jury to tow. A cssel In tow Is stinn
dcJ through tho negligence of the
ttijfj xhc lluats otf In such n position
In a narrow channel that her rescuo
Is ii matter of dlfllculty but yet prac
tical with exercise of rcaponnblo earn
anil Bklll. The same tug attempts
Hi3 rescue. In which attempt b!ic Is
ng-iln Etrnnded. Held, that tho tug
Ik liable for second stranding through
Its failure to oxercluo sufficient care
and skill to sae her, and not becauso
nf Its negllgcnre In causing the first
Had tho second stranding been In-
evltublo In consequence of tho first
Urnndlng. the tug would bo liable
whether It had nttempted to rescuo
her aftei wards or not.
Ah Pnnn n Chlnpttn ulih n ippnci n
, burglar, was shot In tho leg by a
Chinese ecctllbln cinlnnr ill Kiilmnkl
last night, and Is now nt tho honpIt.il
i no eciaiiio nrin dalms tint All
Pooil trli.il In linrtflnrlTn lila i.lunii !..,
All Poon tays lhat ho had sient tb.
ecnlng with him nt his Imitation and
Hut tho assault was unexpected.
1EMGARD MAKES FAST
TRIP WITH POOR BREEZE
After another of thosn fast trip
vhlch hao made hir ono of llio best
known boats In tho Pacific, the lur
Kcntlno Irnignrd, Captain Christian.
sen, nrrled In port early this morn
Inn, oloien and :i half days out fiom
The Irnignrd sailed from tho Call,
fornl i port chock a block w Ith goner
nl firUht. alio cnrnunlercil light
winds all tho ways down, and c.utio
wllh ytirds squared nil tho way. lu
spite of light winds and deep draught,
honneer fclin bovo rff pint nt least
two da)S boforo expected. In tho tlmo
.hicli n racing jncht might emy.
Sho has goeid consigned to Schaef.
er & Co. Tho trip down was tinment
rul. This popular packet brought down
wllh her one nastenger, P. Mainlrn
Mc.Malion, who is well known hero, be
ing a resident of this city nt ouo tlmo.
PRATT WILL CONFER
(Continued from Pare 1)
be paid finin hero to Camp Pony ns n
membei of tho shooting team, and this
nnimint which would eventually bo
spent, for It Is coi(atn that Pratt
would imiko tho tiln at romo futuio
Mile, will be sated tho Tenltory. Mr,
Pratt himself will pay his oxpemes
from Camp Perry to Washington out
of tho salary ho receltes as nn officer
of tho National fluard.
All In all, tho trip should prnto of
great future taluo to Hawaii, Secre
tary Garfield has been keeping thofii
Islands In mind sluco his fllng trip
here mil Iim will bo prmi.ii ret to offer
tiomo excellent suggestions to I.nnd
CniniuUUanor Pr.Ut by llio tlmo that
llioy hato their conferenco. Mr. Pratt
will spend n great portion of hU tlinn
n Wasjiliijon sludilng (ho piqlhoda
ofol!lcR ptocediiro, iis'ttlla'is i(Iinattor
of no sinalls.Vo'luc, -
We have a fine new assortment of handsome, tasteful
ties of all shades and colors, and cut in the very latest fash
ions. Plainand fancy socks, in black, tan, and colored.
Ours is the best line of Gentlemen's Furnishing in
town. One of our spe-inltics that is very popular is the
Tie and Handkerchief made in the same dcsijin.
Stop in and see thtm.
ELKS' BUILDINQ, KINO ST. ncrf TORT.
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHT?
USE TOO STRONG A LIGHT?
LET SPOTS OR STREAKS OF LIGHT FALL ON WORK
INDEED, DO ANY OF THESE THINGS WHEN EYES ARE
TOO PRECIOUS TO BE ENDANGERED, AND ELEC-
TRIC LIGHT PERMITS YOU TO AVOID THEM ALL?
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath. Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Trancisco.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
TVT TO VOUNr? BtOG, 7-H0 KINO 8TREET.
"vEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk bvcels bnctfn.t. iZniir ti,ot trrtir TtniTUT-p tad
milk ttaSons. Sir.inle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
weas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 Tti Tnrl Tk4M.
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies1 Lingerie Waists
E. W. Jordan
xv,;-&C0., Ltd. ;