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This Tan Suede welt Oxford is the neatest, swellcst
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.
Shirts, in plaited
fronts, are cut from cloths
designed in the Cluett
Studios expressly to meet
the requirements of the
shirts they are used in.
Woven to order and made
by carefully trained hands
they represent all that the
combined experience, of
the best talent can suggest
81.50 and more
CLUETT. r'EABODY ft CO.. Troj. N. T.
Mtkcri ol Arrow CoUva
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.
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
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FOR that feeling of general
lassitude that denotes a
sluggish digestive system
try a glass of Primo Beer with
It's the best tonic.
to be good must have a flavor and texture equal to that
which is imported. When it can be made better, the de
mand is larger. Our cmndy-makcr produces an article for
which the demand is unnrccedented. We have a reputation
too, for making ice cream and cake.
The Palm Cafe
I SHARK LAWYERS
Protest Against Pro
miscuous Libel Suits
"Shark" Inwjors nrc likely to run
ill) against u snag in tho future when
tliuy attempt to tiring doubtful libel
snltB against vessels lying In tills port
for a short llnio only. Tho letter fol
lowing explains tho manner In which
the proposition Ik being taken up by
tho ronsuls situated lieie. It Is being
sent to Washington:
Washington, U. C.
Various trailing vesbels putting Into
tho port of Honolulu have of latu been
LUbJect to tho rlHk of nioro or less
heavy expenses through the lollowlng
It nppeais Hint nny uncharged or
even deserting seamen And no dim
culty In bringing a claim, ugilnst tho
uhlp's captain Into court. Theso
claims, ceti when based on tho slight;
est evidence nro on principle nlwnya
taken up by tho Federal Court.
It Is evident that the chief advanl
ago derived from this practlco goes to
the various solicitors of tho city who
aro only too ready to offer their ser
vices to claimants of this description.
Tho captains of tho vessels mnstly
prefer to accept n compromise, even
when tho decision of the court would
probably bo In their faor, to us to
protect tho owner of tho vessels from
tho heavy costs of tho law suit which
they would In any caso be unnhlo to
recover from tho penniless claimants.
This courso seems tho mnro advisable
as these solicitors gcneinlly enforce
their demands for nn ngrcement ,
tho threat of appealing from tho de
cision of tho court at Honolulu to tho
Supeilnr Court ut San Francisco, by
which tho costs of the law-suit would
bo Increased still farther.
Could not tho Judge In similar cases
first nsk tho consul of tho foreign
claimant for tho necessary Informa
tion before admitting tho caso before
Washington, I). C February 12, 180S.
HOROLULU STOCK EXCHAK6E
HONOLULU, July 31 1908
(Continued from Ppre 1)
would vote for Johnson for Presi
dent Instead of llrynn. "I never met
nny of the Star reporters. None of
them have seen mo about Johnson or
Urynn," said Harvey. "Of coursu I
saw tho report after I got. to. San
Francisco. Such false loports Bliouhl
not bo allowed to stand uncontradicted."
"The reception that wc got over
there on the mainland wus grand. I
felt like a prince, becnuso they treat
ed mo very nicely. They nsked mu
some peculiar questions, such ns
nbottt the beginning of civilization
of tho Hnwnllans. I told them tint
we hnvo had schools for many years
and that our schools today aro equal
to some of the schools In the States."
Mr. Coke, another delegate, hid
very llttlo to say. Ho praised tho
work of' the Democratic delegates nt
tho convention and predicted Itrynn's
At the residence of Frank Harvey
a laigo table, laden with various Ha
waiian delicacies, was spread for tho
leturnlng delegates this forenoon.
In order to give tho delegates nu
oppoitunlty to muko u public report,
a mass meeting of the Democratic
party will ho held tomorrow evening
at Anla Park, commencing nt 7:30
o'clock. All tho delegates will Bpeuk
nnd Joseph Fern and a few other
well-known Democrats will tnlto part
in the meeting. Coke, the Maul ora-'
tor, will, It Is said, deliver one of
the most Interesting speeches of the
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Kilwl rtantatla'l Co Ltd
McHrjf.lc'iar Co ....
DultuStiKar Co .:,!..
Ooom-a Sugar Co ....
Oolco'ASll.nr Plant Co
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Walnirn Sucar Mill Co
Hon RTJtl, Co ITcl
I ton K T A I. Co Com
Mutual T!cition Co
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nitnK.t i. Co
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Hawaiian Pificappte Co.
Haw Trr 4M PC........
Haw Gov't t tie..
C llocl Su Xi Rat Co
nam. ii.icn uo ,
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Haw Sugar Co n p c... .
HiloR KCo Con pc
gntniku P.ant Co t pc.
Mrllnd'S Co'i6. .
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I'jc SuB. Alltl Co. 6a
t-uia fiaiiiaiio.1 l-o ....
Pu.r Mill Co 6pe ..
Wntaliu li-Oo anc
HonakaaSugir co cpc.
Sales lietwcen Hoards-
pS. Session: BO Mellijdf
jJiVKteiiilc jtuy si, urns.
tr & Co., 2 per cent; Hwa, 1 per rent;
wnimannio, S',i per cent. Haw. i:icc-
Irle, J p-jr cent; Olowulu. 1 per cent;
Hon. I). & M. Co.. Vi per ei'tit: I. I. S.
N. Co., ?i per cent; K.iliukii, 1 per
cwit; Ilnw. Ag. Co., 1 pi i ct-ntj Haw.
l'lt.capplo Co., 1 per win
Latest sugar quotation -1.35 cents or
CS5.0O per ton.
London Beets, 10s 9d
Henry Waterlioiise rust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Membtra Honolulu OtocK and Bona
WILLIAM WILLUMOJtoiiiiicr. t
PORT AND MERCHANT. 8T8.
TEL. PftlVATE CXCHANOE 4.
Bulletin Businen Office Fbone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
NEW - TO-DAY
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
At tho annual meeting of the
stockholders of V. C. Peacock & Co.,
Ltd., hold on Friday, July 30th. 190S.
at the office of tho corporation, tho
following officers wero elected tp
servo during the current year:
W. 0. Peacock President
R. J. Buclily Vice Presideut
R.L. Auerbach Treasurer
C. E. King Secretary
T. F. Lansing Auditor
Tlio above olllcers (nnstltuto tho
Hoard of Directors.
C. K. KINO,
0AHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION,
The annual meeting of Oahu Cem
etery Association will he Held ut tho
offices of David Dayton, No. 137 Mer
chant street, Honolulu, on Monday,
August 3d, 1908, nt 3 o'clock p. in.,
for tho election of officers for tho
All owners of lots are requested la
Bocietary Oahu Ceinctory Association.
ALL SIZES from brad to spike
IMMENSE' VARIETY in ev
Nails sold in any quantity.
for Household use Nails in
1- and 5-pound packages for
the same price as rails in
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 775.
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J vV i'taaat, -JiaaWaH
OF MEN PREFER the double
breasted style: if you're ons of
tlicm, here's the suit for you:
tha ner Vanity double-breasted.
Lots of vi;;or and style in it, and the quality that has
made the name of
so sure a sirn of reliability in clothes.
We can show you a variety of sjood clothes; new sum
mer models in suiti and evercoats;
goods and beautiful pr.ttcrns.
smart, stylish, new
Copyright 1908 by
Hatt SchafTncr ii Marx
"The Home of Rood Clothes"
ELKS' BLDG., KINO ST. near FORT.
The best furnished house you will
ever live in is probably being adver
tised today in the B u 1 1 e t i n Want
I'nradlso of Pacific Fleet mimher
for sale nt nil uowAstundH.
Mrs. l:. ii. Wntkon and child nrrlved
this iiiiii'iilug In tho Alameda.
Excellently flavored fresh Allcgret
ti chocolate creams at Benson, Smith
& Co.. Ltd.
Call 301 or 11, day or night, for
Mnnuel K. Itlchards In his new Frank
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrrlaso Manfy. Co, lor
All kinds of beer, wines nnd mixed
drinks are pencil in the best maiinor
at tho Fashion. Just give tu n try.
Mm. W. J. Cooper, wire of W. J.
Co')iur of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mlttLO, ctniu back loilay from tho
nave you seen itT The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
co it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Ofikc Specialty Co., Ltd.
Among the k;im:uiln:ia who returned
today in tho Alameda were Frank Halve-,
15. M. Wuttnn nnd J. I.. Coke,
delegates In the Democratic National
Tim Chantllly twn-cyclct patent
lenther tlo loprorcntH o-io of the most
t-htc and dainty Parisian htyles for
vonicn this Keason. Price, $1, ut tho
Itesnl Shoe Storo.
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHT?
USE TOO STRONG A LIGHT?
LKT 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 THJM ALL?
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Josepli A. Oilman,
SHIPTING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent forARTHUR SEWALL & CO.,
PARR0TT & CO., Sun Francisco.
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
A skeleton, partly colored In tat
teic.I K.iimeiil, was found In the
V.tllev inniil.ti of tho I'uileinl Hxperl
me lit Station this morning. It Is
ptoh.ihlv lliij remains of Manuel Su
va, a joiing Portuguese who disap
peared last November.
Tim find was made this morning
by a Poilugiiefe dray-driver, who
had been sent to tho place to get u
load of dirt. Ho found the bkolctou
hidden In tho tall grass, nnd Inline
dl. tely made u report to Deputy
Sheriff Jaiictt, who stnncd nu In
vestigation. Owing to tho fact that
only the skeleton nnd a few rags wero
left It was Impoaslblo to ma:.e a com
plete Identification of the, remains.
Jurett icmembcrcd the case of
tho )oung Portuguese who had been
reported missing by Ills mother, nnd
took the brother to tha bccue. The
biotlmr stilted that ho thought the
skeleton was that of Manuel, basing
his comlctlon on tho nppeaiance o:
tho clothing. Tho missing lad was
about 21 ears of ngc, and was not
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monument Works
Jt?yT TU VOIIN'Q CLDO- -7i.1B0 KINO STREET. PHONE 7.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds baciciia. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simple, isn't it? Vet it's very offoctive. It's one of the
ideas we arc constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
TeLSoo The Pond Dairy
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361
in price of
FILLING AND ROAD MATERIAL.
NANIWA & CO..
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldfj.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
.Inmes Holph Jr., of tho firm of Hind,
Holph & Co., was yesterday elected
president of (ho Merehants' Kxchango.
Mi. Holph lias for many years been
iileiitifleil wllli tho uctlvltlcH of tho ex
change. Two dayH ago ho was elected
1. dliector of the oxehango by 11 large
Oilier officers elected wero: Vlco
piesl'lent. II. O. Cliesebioughg; treas
urer, I. F. Monlton; hccrotnry, T. (J.
I'tledlandcr; ililef Inaiwctor, II. O.
Hunker; Hour Inspector, C. It. Spll
valo. Tho nnniiil loport of tho retiring
piesldeut, C. H. I.nilmelslcr, was road.
After dealing with tho nffnlra of tho
exchange proper tho loport congratu
lates tho city nn lis rebuilding. In
bpenklng of tho recent financial de
pression tho prCbldcnt says:
"Wo aro to bo congratulated that
tho business Interests of our city hnvo
been able to weather tho storm. There
Is n complaint of dullness, but ulfnlrp
nro not growing worse, and I urn con
fident that wo nro laying 11 sound
foundation for n business loUwil that
will bring prosperity. When this
comes, 11a It will In the near future,
Sail f'raiicK'rii will ho In 11 position to
leap Its shato of all benefits." IJxam
lucr, July 23.
The Newest Thing
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
L W. Jordan
& Co., Ltd.