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EVnNINO l)ULLi,TIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUOrS; f190S. ''v.'n"
$1800 will Buy
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
tnuy et ery day except Sunday Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
The Last Suit
Stein Bloch Make
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
' W.nl!firi fJ P'lHHlMttf.in .
rer Mouth, Ari)u here In US. . & .7&
Per Quattri, mi) where In L S J.oo
ret Year, am .there In I S . H.uti
Per Year, postpaid, foreign, 12. oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
A flnnl nltpmiit U being maile to
raise the mini or $9,000 or $8,000,
rather, now that Mr Ocorgc Castle,
has, with the usual philanthropic ln
BtliiLt of his faintly, today donated a
thousand dollars for the fund which
is to Rive Honolulu a children's hos
pital. After the Brent gift of $30,
000. made orlRlnally by Mr. Wilcox,
and the additions of about $11,000.
made to it since then, It should be Im
possible that the great plan should
fall for the lack of a sum which can
not but Ecem paltry In comparison
with the sums already gten. It
would not be possible to find n worth
ier object than the one In question.
The cry of the children In suffering
appeals to the most haul-hearted,
and Honolulu with her many wealthy
Inhabitants and her large number of
philanthropists will surely heed It.
The welfare of tUo nation is to n
great degreo dependent upon its ad
? At first thought this would appear
to bo an exaggerated statement, but
the more It Is examined the moro
true It seems to be. "
Advertisements of the past were
decidedly crudo in every way, but
they are dally becoming more artis
tic, more attractive, and more educa
tional. Consequently they arc creat
ing an impression upon tho Juvenile
mind which time will not efface.
Hut outsldo of the impression made
upon tho jounger generation by nr
tlstlc ndvcrtlbements, the observer of
such matters should take into con
sideration tho Influence whlih wcll-
butlt ads. have upon that large class
of people who arc swajed, more or'
le3B, by all they read and who turn '
tb tho advertising pages of a news-1
paper as the most attractive part of
u text-book. I
Many people only glance at tho'
regular telegraph, cable, and local i
news of the day, and then plungo I
deoply Into tho nows set forth In tho
advertising columns. In theso they
become deeply absorbed.
This Is not the caso with women
nlone. They take to the advertise
ments as naturally as a duck takes
to water. Huslncss men und otlieis
of a commercial turn of mind nro
continually on the watch for oppor
tunities to make a few more dollars
to improvo their homes, to get a
new automobile, to add to their icali
cstato holdings, to select u placo or
amusement, nd so 'on.
To many peoplo thero Is moro news
of Interest to them personally in tho
advertising columns of their favor
ite paper than In any other part of It.
Under these circumstances Is It not
safo to assume that advertisements
havo n great intluenco upon readois
of nil ages and Clausen n fact, tho
great object of advertising Is to In
fluenco tho nubile, and If this influ
ence is of an artistic and education-1
nl nature It must, It would appear,
have a boneficlal effect upon tho!
present nnd rising generations. '
Good advertising tends to form I
the character of tho people, to soften
and refine home life, by Introducing
into families articles of luxury nnd
art objects which otherwise would
not find their way thero.
Hooks, soaps, perfumery, laces,
silks, furniture, pictures, draperies,
etc., when largely advertised in tho
newspapers, nttract tho heads of;
households or tho younger members,
of families. I.lttlo by llttlo homes
horo and thero undergo changes, and
dismal, dark interiors assume a)
brightness nnd refinement utterly
undreamed of before the smile of'
publicity beamed upon all concerned.)
Homes thus Improved become moro
attractive, families become more cul
tivated and happy, and, In short, tho
advertiser docs an amount of good
which ho did not anticipate, and In
fluences wliolo communities while
adding considerably to his bank ac
count. Tho results of th'o games this week
end havo materially changed tho ta
bic of standings for tho season.
Ho Tong's White Sox gave a suc
cessful dance at K. 1'. hall Saturday,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Six Mgntln s .Bo
rcr Vear, anftherelti US .... I.on
Pn Year mi) w here hi CauaJa . f.fto
Per Year vcnttialil, foreign ... a.oo
tntrml at the ToMolTicr at Honolulu
rcoiul ilrm mtiirr
AUGUST 3, 1008
Mrs Klemme Wants
At Aloha Aina
Mrs. Klcmmo's application for n
Sunday prlvllego for her famous Alo
ha Alna restaurant vtll be uno of Die
chief matters settled nt tho meeting
of tho Hoard of Liquor Commissioners-
this uflernoon. Sho was granted n
lestaurant license some tlino ago,
without tho Sunday privilege, but on
account of the proximity of her placo
In Kukaako to tho sailors from tho
ships and the marines from tho Naval
Station, whose burning thirst It Is her
earnest deslro to quench, sho feels
that sho should bo granted tho tight
to dlspenbo booze on Sunday, as this
Is tho day of ilavtrln tho spending lino
for tho boys of tho waterfront.
Tho letter which has been received
from Col. McCarthy will also bo read
and discussed. A short tlmo ago tho
Colonel was notified that his placo
vi as not being run In exiict accordance'
vvltli tho wishes of tho Hoard, and ho
was told In what manner ho was dis
pleasing tho powers that be. In an
swer to this McCarthy has written to
tho Hoard, stating that It has always
been his deslro to keep within tho
confines of tho law, and to do every
thing that was light. Thero was a
statement published In tho morning
paper to tho effect that his llcciiso
would probably bo rescinded, but. ac
cording to a Hoard member, this Is
" a i
On Wednesday, Ikua 1'urdy nnd
Archie Knaua, two Haw-all cowboys,
will depart for Cheyenne, to tnko
part In tho wild-west contests thero
which nro to bo hold in tho middle
A Joko! Somebody has published
n picture of William I. onion Squires,
tlio Australian "champion."
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
Partially Furnished Hnii at Wo).
Buildine Lots. Maivii VnlW Ifn.
i . j .3. i ' 7 . . " VI "-
kiki ana mnanon Districts.
Home and lot at Kapahulu for
Home and lot on Makiki St. for
Honse and Int. RoIWa Tint. fn
Corner Fort and merchant Street.
For Business Deals With
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MONDAY, AUG. 3,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
WHOM SALES ARE BALKS.
fresh, wholesome, and of ever)
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
The "Yale" and "Harvard" Shoes
ore very comfortable and strong.
They can be obtained from
L. AYAl) SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles. 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
Corner King and River Sts
WING CHONG CO
mO ST. NEAR BSTHBL
Sealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
The Best In Town.
TEL. MT, KING ST.
is making the Beet Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu: Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430.
EDGEW0A7H and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
"For Rent" cards on sale at
OUR STOCK OF
is the Finest Collection of
these goods that can be seen
outside the Orient.
Our present stock composes
govods of HIGHEST QUALITY
Of Exquisite Patterns
Your inspection of the goods
II. F. Wichman & Co.
3 'LEADWO JIWELiRi.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
(N KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Salt at a Bargain Premises
it Hauula on the beach, a two-story
nouse and furniture, at a bargain.
tf. P'ftiiHps & Co,
Wlmlen.il irrptruu ton JoWr
AMERICAN DRV OOOO:
""OKI nrt lllTM ar?
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CH1KERY of,, every capacity and de
icription made'io order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
untion paid to 70B WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
nriurturec from lure tHitllltd wt
tr. D.ltv.r.d t. any part of city I)
4urtous i drivers.
UMJU ICE AND ELLCTRIC CO.,
Kwtlo. Telephone (2
I'on Want Elect: io Wiring Done oi
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
USI0H EUCTJU0 CO..
1 Zereuaia It. thont 111
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
IImcI t. neftr Fort,
lack Scnllv Jack Robert
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IK LUMBER.
4ueen Street :: :: :: lonslnla
Japanese Cnriot, Silk Kimono.
Bhirti, Pajamas, Shirt Waisti, fancy
10TEL STREET NEAR BET5EL
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Its., Honolula.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
Wholesale and Ketaii.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
in nrice of
FILLING AND ROAD MATERIAL.
NANIWA & CO.
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775 j Tel. 327.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlna
Bulletin alveo a complete summary of
the news of the day.
rr.ou a riioTunitArn
M. Mlnemy, Ltd., Fort and
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, OSiee vfivtingt and
Supplies; aloo New Jersey Bohool
Chnrch Farn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, 6tmplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
sign. Estimates given. Imports to order.
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Mauds.
isn't brain work; it is biaia
drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, net for the precious gray mat
ter that oan be need for thinking.
Step in our office and see
The Universal Adding
It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BUT Adding Machine on the mar
HAWAIIAN OFFI01 SPECIALTY
631 F0ET BT1EST.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION BTRXBT near H0TBL
Midsummer Hats at
MISS POWXR'S MILUNBRY
BOSTON BUTLDIKO, FORT STREWX
LADIES' AND GXNTLIKIN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76,
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
c AT o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
Auto for Hire
MANUEL JftEIS. Call nn nt im
time bv telephone anv nnn nt rhi
numbers: 280, 200, 1097,
fits as accurately as th; model upon which that. suit was
based. This is important to yon.
Good friends have pointed out that when -Stein-Bloch
advertise that they have been tailoring 53 years, they arc
not saying anything that should lead a man to buy Stein
Bloch Smart Clothes. These good friends forget that
Stein-Bloch advertise "53 Years of KNOWING HOW."
The "Knowing How" is what makes the last suit fit as
well as the first. It is what makes this suit fit yon. no
matter whether you live in New York, or Oregon, or Hawaii
One tailor doesn't make the suit or overcoat. It is the
united product of a body of tailors, each of whom holds
his place because he is the best man at that task. When
eaeh one has finished bis special work and the results are
assembled, the suit or overcoat fits because the men who
made the parts knew what they were doing.
This is modern, economical tailoring.
The plain-toe uppers arc
and the lining is of special duck in the vamp and Blaok Kid in,
uic quncr. me ijiiuiuiuy iu a wcucu vlz wiui Gusrom exten
sion edge, and a Cuban heel. !
Bring your old shoes to be mended while you wait.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BLDG., corner of KING and BETHEL.
MADE BY HEINZ
Heim Apple Butter is the most delicious relish tkat
is made or ever waa made. ''
Everybody knows about 'the HEINZ WAY and the
Heinjc Apple Butter in Sanitary Tins is absolutely pure
and cannot beoome tainted, as the soldier cannot come into
contact with it.
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER. .
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
Honolulu Construction and Braying Go.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 151
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 Soil, Eto. SAFE MOVING A SFE-CIALTY.
BARGAIN SALE OF
J .75 SHIRTS CUT TO .'. . . S .80
$1.00 SHIRTS CUT TO $ ,75
S1.30 SHIRTS OUT TO $1,00
$1.75 SHIRTS CUT TO $1,25
Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
HantaiaiiHiii Ana rf '
M i iDwata,aa vuw wi
the most chie and dainty Pa
risian styles for women this
season is the Chantilly a
two-eyelet Patent leather tie.
f v.v. , .
The last over which it is
made has tho characteristic
narrow toe and short vamp
found in many of the custom
styles originating in tae
of the' vcr? finest Patent leather.
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