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EVENING nUt.LETlN, JTONOMJUO, T. II.. SATURDAY, AUG. S. 1908.
The Favorite is a White Calf Balmoral, . called by
some dealers a Buckskin.
It it1 as cool, pliable, and comfortable as an Indian
Moccasin, but never loses its shape.
WHITE GENUINE BUCKSKIN OXFORDS at $6. and $7.
White Canvas Shoes, high and low, at all prices.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
It's as good as it's
30 cents a dozen
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
0. S. LE1TIIEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
On and after AUGUST 1ST I will
be located in the ELITE BUILDING,
corner of Adams Lane, where I shall
give my personal attention to all
branches of work in the
and shall be pleased to have both old
and new friends call on me. And, as
Sharp Sign S
will still have the merit
so well known.
Yours For Trade,,
Household Store .
l-3rd off for 3 Weeks
33 1-3 -Special Sale On -33 1-3
AGATEWARE, GLASSWARE, CROOKERYWARE,
NOW'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
Lewis & Co.. Ltd.,
CUT-PRICE HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM.
1G0 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
BERGER'S NEW BAND
Anifered by mm-aiipoarancu of
his band Ikijh, mid tiring of wait
ing, for them nny lonscr, Captain
Ilcwr of tlic fninoiH Ilnwallnii
bind picked up one of tlio Mr
liorm dud nao tlic opening nil!
nnl for IiIh bo wlm wore pros-
cnt, to- play In linnor' of the dc-
partlnK Jnpjncvo Consul, wlio
silled In tlio Amerlta Mnru yes-
l'or t)io first time In the history
of the Hawaiian band, there
vvr-ro mly (lvw band boys pro
out In play lit the depirture of
11 forcltr.l Meamcr, Mereer count -t-oil
blniBcIf In, mikliiR tho team
n Bextette. The tselectloim run
ilcied were not pleasant to tho -f
can of tliOBi- within bearlim dls
tniiee, but foi innately, tho Jnp-
nneco pasner.rjcr? did not under
Bland the American music. This
whs certainly lucky for Captain 4
HcrKPi. The nolso of tho tnnslu -f
wna sumrlently loud to ntlract
the attention of tho niidlvuec. -f
THE BEST EVER
People In Honolulu should appro
clatu the nuiiuvlllo nhmv that Jou
Cohen has ttutlibvcd at the Orphcuni
(Ileal lo. The whole cast hi certainly
mi nil-star iiKitwiptlnn itnd an iiKgre
Kitlon that the New York Iheatie-Ko-ere
liavo been pleased with for many
jeari. I Inch number on the bill Is u
shot. In llholf mill every poison In
Honolulu should lake iidvauliiKC of
eiijoyhn? mi cntorlaWment Hint people
on '(lie Cinisl would pay three timed
us much ns wu aro obliged to pay
hero In Honolulu. A great ileal of
ci edit should be Riven to Mr. Cohen
for biu encigy In Kotllim such up to-
date vaudeville artists lo roniu way
down hero lo the I'nrudUo of the l'u-
clllc. Mr. Hnlleu, for many yenrs has
been the premier artist In his II no
nn'il Is known fiom one end of tho
couuliy lo the other, llo Is Btipportod
by tho best of vaudeville uctors and
actrestes who, by their work, show
they arc experienced. The Honolulu
public should not fall to support such
an excellent performance, nnil anyone
who attends will certainly bo tliormiK-
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Aug. 8.1908
. or STOCK
C Rrrwcr & Co .
Rwn rUnlMtonCn ...
II iw Cum ft Stiff Co
IImuhIUii uft-tf Ci.
Mmirtrtm Sukh Co .
Iloholcaft SdRnr Cn .
Ilnllrit Uninr (In
Hutiliiion Siigir Pl.uit,
K!pIntlu StiK-tr Co
Koton Hutrtir Cn .
Oalm Sueur Cn,
Otiomci Suiftr C ,.i.
OnknlaSi,nr Plant Cn
(Hurt HiiRar Co Uil ..
Olowhlu Co... .. .j
ralian SiiRnr 1'Mnt Co
Pacific Sucnr MM
Pain Plantation Cn ,,,v
rtprkii Sueur Cn.
ritmrrr Mill Co
!!uVtl.it(?ai Cn ....
Wnlmca iicnr M U Co
1 1. i wall mi Kk-Ctik'Co..
Hon R T & I. Co I'rcl
Moil KTflr I.LnCAm
Mutual Tctrnhofie Co
n no it k m
II.... it v. tl r
nun n ( "i vu; . ...
ttiwallaii IMneapple Of.
llnw Tit 4 pc .... ....
Hau Icr !,' pc
Haw'lrr 4S c.
IMvvTcr i lit.......
Maw Gov't ) tc
C etl Pu Ki Ret Co
6 t-c. ,,,
ItitlVu narCo6 lie
ll.im D;ic1i Co,
)Wvr Ditch 6
1 1 a a Com H. Sujf Co
Haw Sugar Con pc,,.,
tlilaK KCo Gtn pc
HtMi RT.VLC 6p c
KnltuVu P.Atit Co 6 pc.
MrllmtrB CoV .
QjIiii KM. Cot, ,c..
Onltu Siinr yu t pc ..
OI-j Sutiar Utpc
Pat. Suk'. Mill Co, t
PaIa Plnutatlo.i Co ....
W A la lu 1 rlrfn atf
Mt'makai Sujjir ro. rc.
rrtt i iw
SuIph notween IIoanlH: 10 Wnla
1u:tt $81; 0 1'ala, $100; $1000 Wnlalua
5k, $IS. ScphIoii: 25 Pnnuhnii, -Mi.r0;
25 Pnniihaii, $19.37.
Latest sugar quotation 4.125 cents
or $82.50 per ton.
The widow and children of tlio Into
David Center, who leslde hero, weio
yesterday notified that they" will re
ceive n part of the estatci of tho lato
John Center of San Kranclsco, an they
n umber nnioifc the rather numerous
heirs of the deceased man.
The details of tho Inheritance havo
not yet been learned, but It Is known
that It Involves a nlrRO sum of ntonoy
ocr tho half century mark, aud Is
u very' hnndsonio legacy Indeed.
Following Is a list of the pcoplu to
make the I'uuncno trip next week:
It. W. ShliiKlo (polo). Ceo. Dentson
(polo), Harold Castle (polo-tcnulB), 11.
G. V Korster, llrltlsli Consul (tennis).
Mrs. Korster, Sidney Ilnllou (tennis),
.Mrs. Ilallou, dipt. Humphrey (tennis),
Miss l.lllnu Snigcnt, Miss Muriel
Campbell, .MIfh llo.itilco Campbell,
Mrs. Harvey Murray (ladles' tennis).
Mrs. V II. Cornwell, Dr. I.ntiKhorno
(tennis), Mrs. I.nughorno (ladles' ten
ns), I.leut. Shlpp (tenuis). Mis. Sam
Wilder (ladles tennis). Hairy Muc
fnrlanu (tenuis), Mrs. Harry Mac far
lane (ladles tennis), Alice Mucfarlane
(ladies' tcnult). Mrs. Geo, Kalrchltd,
James A. Wilder. Gerrlt Wilder, Mr.
Thather (friend of C. M. Cooke), V.
K. Strere (tennis). Ilnyal I). Mead
(tennis) Mr. and Mrs. Itlchard Ivors,
Mr. and .Mrs.. Geo. Davles, Mrs. James
A. Wilder. Mrs. l.llllau Wilder, Mrs.
John S. Walker. Hubert Atkinson, Neb
llo Atkinson, Mrs. Walter Scliultz.
Go nu Mlkahulu, leturn on. Claudluu:
John WnterhoiiBo (tonnls), W. G. Wal
ker (tennis), W. I. Itoth (tonnls), C.
G. Ilockus (tennis), I.. S. Couness,
inowKpaper, D. W. Anderson (tennis),
' I. A Hatch (vvlick'SK), Dr. Murray.
'Go on Manila Ken, return on Clutidlnc:
Geo. II. McClellau, secretary to I'riucu
j:-Jiutlcd lloRor A. 1'iyor of tho
Supieiuu Court, meinlicr of tho Con
fodeiato Htntes Congress, Confederate
general, youngest member of tlio con
entlou which nominated lranklln
l'lerco for I'lcsblent In 1S32, and n
lifelong Democrat, celebrated Ills Si)th
birthday at tils homo In New York,
August Kbcrhard, who was arrested
charged with tho murder of bis uimt
near Hagonsack, N, J confessed that
ho committed tho crime. Ha snld ho
wanted tho money to marry n girl. Ho
had visited Chicago and returned to
tho scene of tho cilmo before his nr
London Beets, I0s2 I4d
Henry Waleriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manner,
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXOMAMrr 4.
Evenly Balanced Ticket
Is What Lane
"The Republicans must do some
work in tho coming rtiinpalgn," said
Senator John Lane to a II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
man In speaking of the political out
look. "One troublo Is that the Democrnts
nre at work nil the time and the lie
plibllcnns aro doing next lo nothing.
There Is not enough doing in our
"The ticket this jcar should bo
fmined on n compromise basis so far
as possible. I mean all elements
shoulrl have representation so that
wo shall liuvo an evenly balanced
ticket. TIiIh business of ouo faction
trying to run everything and refus
ing to play If thoy can't havo every
thing their way, is ruinous to nny
party, and It Is u bad thing for the
community. Tho Republican ptuty
can't stand nny riilc-or-ruln business.
That will solid It to defeat without
"I have received letters from the
outside districts and lack of actllvty
umong the Republicans Is a general
Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
NEW - TO-DAY
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
The Stock Hook of tlio Oahu Sugar
Co., Ltd., will bo closed to transfers
from August 10th to ltUh, 1U0S, both
(Sgd.) W. PFOTKN'HAUER,
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
HINDUS ARE COMING
Vancouver, 11. C, July 29. Hoforc
tho advent of next winter tho open
Benson of pnoumonlu for Hindoos,
Vancouver may bo rid of thoso Ori
entals, or at least such of them 11s aro
likely to become charges upon tho
community, A niovemtnt Is now on
foot to root out tho Hindoos and
transplant thorn to tho sunny sands of
the Hawaiian Islands. If the plan
meets with success, tcoies and per
haps hundreds of Hindoos will bo
tdilppcd south within the next two
Bulletin Business Office Fhone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhone 185.
Automobile runabout In good running
oi dor with duplicate p.uts, no reas
onable offer refused. Address Ilox
2S5, Honolulu. 4073-lw
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. arc the.
best Honolulu Job-finders.
Rent Km ii kiln cars. Stkydn Stblti.-
Open li'illotlng at the conventions
this fall Is advocated.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J. A.
llcl.eod, for pleasantest nuto ride.
Tho li.mil Will play this mid tomor
low afternoon tit the baseball games.
I-'red lieckley wai talked of In con
nection with the mayoralty some yes
terday. Mrs. n. Salillu will take orders for
Infants' clothes and burntwork nt Ha
l.cl Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. H. H
nlll meet In Masonic Temple this
evening at 7:30,
Yee Chan & Co. have Just received
u uuw line of boys' white washable
cults, sizes from 3 to 1u years.
Miss Tower Is shun lug attractive
midsummer bats nt her millinery par
lors, llnston building, Koit street,
All kinds of beer, nines unit mixed
drinks are served In tho best manner
at tho Fashion. Just glvo us a try
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd,, can fix your Cash
Rctrister or Typewriter. Fhone 143.
John Guild of Alexander & llaldvvln,
Ltd., left on the Cluudlne yesterday
Tor Maul and Hnvvnll 'to spend n few
Senator John C. I.nno savs tint
(here should bo no Ill-feeling agitated
between tho Alumni associations of
Tho Liquor Board met yesterday af
ternoon and tentatively drafted n let
ter to be sent to Col. McCarthy of tho
William McKlnley Lodge No, 8, K.
of I'., will meet this evening nt 7:30
at K, of P. If nil rimer Ilcrctnnln ave
nue and Kort street I fji
"! IriKfillinciiix "if 1.1 nor irnntb yon
c -iriiiinsp n White Fatnllv Rotary
sewing mnchlnn. nenn" Cn Ltd
f ... 12fi Kort St. Thono -188.
t Assistant Superintendent of l'ublle
n ....... ...uc&. mil go to Maul next
week to seo vvlin'. can be done to re
lievo tne drought situation there.
Coat your Iron luots with "Arabic "
Yoj will bo mu prised at Us coollns
-m iirmcrvntlve properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
in sp.ie in tho fart that Wednesday
next was declared a holiday by the
Governor, the meeting of tho Super
vIboih fur that date will not he put .if.
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 mailing, three cents,
Tho annual remnant sale at the N.
S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. will open on
Monday morning with some of the
greatest bargains uve.' offered to Ho
Tho first Hindu to make his appli
cation for naturalization papers In Ha
waii nppenred yesterday. Ills nninu Is
Nlhnt Singh George, and he speaks
r.ml writes excellent English.
Mrs. Lloyd Osboume hns sued hci
husband, the Htepson of Robert Louis
Stevenson, for maintenance. She Is
getting $75 n month, but wants $30(1
Doth parties are well known In Hi
Mrs. J. ,M. Ornnt of Los Angelco ar
rived on the Korea lo spend a few
months with her sister, Mrs. Thos. G.
Ilallcntyne. Annpunl street. Mrs.
Grant has Just completed u two years'
tour of I'urope.
Theodolites anil levels for J ho en
glneeilug department of the 'Hawaii
Collego of Agriculture and Mechanic
Aits nrrlved by tho Alamedie Tnuy
nro nt present placed In the ofllco oi
Unless rnlu comes very soon, Sup
erintendent of Public Works Marston
Cnmpbell may Issue nn order cutting
off nil Irrigation above School street,
both shies of Niiiiaiiu and as far its
I'ensacola. The water situation Is
Governor Carter celebrated his
birthday at the Volcano House a fow
evenings ago: When Jack Atkinson
was theie n couple of years ago, ho
also had a birthday celebration iiuiukIi
It was a few months off schedule, Ha
Commodore Sinclair, of the Lurllno,
suw all that was to bo seen lu ttiia
neighborhood during his short stay
here. He spent u couple of days nt
iho volcano and vicinity, had n look nt
Olaa, and visited the I'unn forest and
Ohln tie mill. Hawaii Herald.
A local coutempoiary started tho
Honolulu yachts back for their homo
port nu Monday, thus making the Ha
waii cover Iho distance In 5 hours and
tho Knmehameha In S hours, 30 min
utes, l'retty good sailing If tho con
temporary's skipper lind not been 21
hours out in Ills reckoning. Hawaii
W. R. Keller airlved yesterdny ni
tho Mnuna Kca to tako charge of tj
Ililo olllee of the Hawaiian Mahogany
nnd Lumber Company ns Mr. Harris
will shortly make a business trip to
Iho mainland. This enables Mr. Vie.
nrs, who has been anxious to saver his
collection with the company and who
resigned three months ago, to glvo his
whole time to his other bilslues'B In
terests. Hawal lllcruld.
Purser Phillips of tho Maunn Kea
rcpoited tho following Biigur nwnltlug
phlpuient on Hawaii: Olaa. 32.03U;
Wnlakea. 31110; Hawaii .Mill. Touoj
Wnliiiikil. IS.fiOO; Oiiomea, 18,700; Pe-
peokco, 20,500; Houomu, 25.000; Ha
kaliiu, 22.500; Lniipahoehoo, 17,000;
Ookulu, C500; Kukaluu, 3000; llama
kua, 12,000; Paauhau, H,000; Hono
kna. 9000; Kiikulhael'e, C500; Punnluu,
9541; Houuupo, 425.
Illsh6p Hamilton or the Methodist
church, who spent Beveral weeks In
Honolulu wllh his family, has been
transferred from California to Unston,
vvhoro ho will tako chargo of tho
bishopric of Iho Now ICugland States.
At n farewell function In San Kran
clsco tho lllbhop was presented with
u magnificent chett of silver contain
lug 140 pieces.- A gold necklaco wns
presented to Mrs, Hamilton by tho
ladles of tho Woman's Homo Mission
ary Society, lllshop Hughes of Indi
ana succeeds UUhop Hamilton.
H I I II THE
linn I . V
In the grilling summer time
when bodily comfort is upper
most in your mind, better look
to ycur underwear. No need
for worry or discomfort if it
bears the STAR trademark.
There's a reputation of 67
years of "knowing-how" be
hind the STAR product and
it's safe to say you'll find no
underwear as good as the
MADE BECAUSE MADE
All styles, all sues, all pro
portions, and Reasonable In
KINO STREET NEAR FORT.
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHT?
USE TOO STRONG A LIGHT ?
LET SPOTS OR STREAKS OF LIGHT FALL ON WORK
INDEED, DO ANY 0? 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. G-ilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLOC 176-190 KING STREET.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simnle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of tho
ideas we arc constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Fond 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.