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EVBNINQ nUIXRTIN, nONOMJUU, T. II., WlJDNT-SDAV, AUO. 12, 1308
For Press Wear
Patent Colt Pumps and
Made of the very finest grade of Patent Leather,
strict London styles. Welt soles.
They arc worn everywhere
centers by men who dress well.
in the most fashionable-
There is nothing better or mor: appropriate for for
mal wear and dances.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINS.
WE HAVE INSTALLED A
Sanitary Water-Still Apparatus
Recommended by the following prominent people: Ad
miral Dewey; Major-General Jos. Wheeler; Justice David J.
Brewer, U. S. Supreme Court; Governor Stone of Pennsyl
vania; Judson W, Lvons, Registrar of the U. S. Treasury;
U.S. Senator Bois Penrose; If. S. Senator F. M. Cockrell.
Leave your order at the
ARCTIC SODA WATER W'KS
1283 MILLER STREET. PHONE 557.
l-3rd off for 3 Weeks
33J-3 ---Special Sale On ---33 1-3
AGATEWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERYWARE,
NOW'B YOUR 0PP0RTDNITY1
Lewis & Co.. Ltd.,
CUT-PRICE HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM.
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
the EDDY CO. started with a resolve to Rive every man
a square deal and to build an'honest, serviceable refrigera
tor that would give the most possible value for every dollar
since then, has seen some distinct improvement each year.
An examination will convince you that it is the best
refrigerator that money can buy.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
COL. Z. S. SPALDING
IS COM HOME
Kapaa Land Matters
Will Then Take
Col. 'A. S. Spalding la suttl to lie
expected ninoiiB tlio in rivals In the
Siberia on Monday, mid It Is suppos
cil that the Knpau land matters will
again tal.o a plaro In tho front low
The picscnt Btatns of tlio Kapaa
landH Is: that tlin survey for cutting
tlio upper forty-aero lots Into twonty
ncio lots has been completed: the
exchange proposition Is deadlocked,
although the Colonel may make some
deal before lio Rets through; mean
while assuming that tlio deadlock will
continue, tlio Territorial officials nio
said to ho pioparlng to lenno the
enne lands of Kapaa for nine year,
which will mal;c the leases on Kapna
and tho Walalua lands leased by tho
Ulmc plantation oxplio on the samu
There nro some Knual people who
believe, that when Mr. Spalding gels
hero a dellnlto plan will bo worked
cut and tho very desirable oxchango
proposition carried tlnouRh. whcicby
tho public land and the private land:!
wilt bo consolidated Instead of sand
wiched, as they now aic.
Tho Mukee Sugar Company has
been n heavy loser by tho continued
wrangling over the lands and tho en
forced delay. II is mated that tlio
plnritntlnu next year will not have
more than a thrco-thousand-ton ciop,
all on account of Its Inability to set
tle tlio IcnMj question. Tho equip
ment of the plantation Is largo
enough for a tcn-thousand-ton crop,
although It has been leckoncil as an
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. Aug.ll. 1908
Se Of STOCK
C Driver st Co
R Plantation Co ....
Iliw Com AtSt'RCn .
Mnnomu nj;ai Co ,,..
Itotmkaa Sugar Co,
llailcn Suirr Co
HiitchUnM Sugar PUiil
Kahuku IMatiiHtlon Co
Klintmh. Sugar Co,.,,
Koloi Sugar Co
McBryilcMiR-vr Co ,,.
Oalm StiRftr Co i..
Onnmra Sngir Co y
Oolco'a Sj,ar Plant Co
Oua MiKar Co IM ,,..
raaliau Sugar ri-nl Co
Pah Plantation Co ,i.
Tcift km Sugar Co..,
Watalua Agile Co.,..,,
llukii Sugar Co ,,
Walmra Sugar Mil' Co
littcrNl.iiMl Stcnm NCo
Hon R 'I'M. Co Com
Mutual Telcn'iotie Co
K'alukll Will Wr Co Am.
niliiK I. Co
linn It Jtr Cm
Hawaiian Pliiraiiiilc Co.
naw irr 4 I'r.
llawTer 4b Pc
ItawTcr IW c
II1W V,OV 111' c ,,
Ca Urct Sug ft Ket Co
Ilalku Sugar I'o 6 ic
Hatn Pitch Co ,
IIhkt Ditch 6a
llawugar Coo ir...
Ililo K KCo Con ue
Hon RTft !.Co c
Ktlntkii P.nut Co 6 tc
M'-llmlt S Co'i6l.
(Jinn Rfc I. CobyO.
Oiliu Sugar Co ipc ..
C!na Sugar Co 6pc. .
I'ac. Su. Mill Co, 6
Pala PUntitio.i Co ,,..
P'Otirrr Mill Co 6ic ..
Walalua crk "o rc
Holiakaa Sliar co fH.
14" W III)
Hales Session! r, Walalua, $no.r.O;
r. Haw, l'lneapplo Co. JLM :,0: 20 Haw.
IMueappIo Co., 2.2rr. PI ()la.i, j:i.S7'.t.
Notice No hcsslon tmiinrniw. Alls.
12. 190S. Klag Day. A special holiday.
CAPT. PARKER STOPS
Captain rnrker of the pollca this
inoinlng ttopned n llngraiit lolatlou
of ordinance:! against cruelty to an
imals. A Japanese, whnso name wnii
of too little conseqtieiico to tho pollco
to bo esked, wds obsered to bo drlv
InK two horses ulong in front of tho
pollco station, Ith his waRon so heav
ily loaded that tho poor brutes fell
down M'voral times In drawing tho
loatl along. 4
Tho driver was made, to dismount,
and told that ho had tho choice be
tween unloading twenty sacks of tlio
rlco and going. Into tho cooler.
Tlio wagon, which wa3 not too riJii
erous of wheel base, had B tons
piled onto it, Tlio rlco was bound for
Latest sugar quotation, I.C8 cents or
531.60 per ton.
BRECKONS IS DISCIPLE
OF ISAAC WALTON
United States Attorney llreckons
went on it slant llhhiug trip last night.
Ho Intended to bo out all night In u
.lapjucso sampan, but tho expel I ills
clplo of Isaac Walton decided that It
was too llglit ror gonu iisniug. mo
return was miulo about 10 o'clock.
London Beets, 10s 34d
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitmeni
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILIMMSON Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
TO COAST FOR SAND
LOCAL AND (iEKEBAL
Instead of Just Waiting, try a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Itcnt FranMIn cars. Stkyds. Sth.
A son was biirn to Mr. and Mrs. !
(I. Tarla today.
Ilunkl Honk! Call 1111 or l'Ji, j.a.
Mcl.eoil, for plcasanlest auto ride.
Mir. 11 Salilln will lalto orders for
Infnnls' dollies and burnlwork nt Ha
All kinds of beer, wlnoa and mixed
drinks nro ferved In tho best manner
nt tl.o Fashion. .lust give us n try.
The exnert at the Hawaiian OfSce
Snccialty Co., ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
coal your iron roois mm --jiruiw-Vo.l
will bo surprised nt Ua cootlns
and presorvntlvu properties. Caltfoml.i
Fcctl Co., ngi'iils.
A meeting of tin llonit llule party
was hdil lit the Kiihlllatilaiil hall to
nights rn!i for tin purpuve or electing
officers for prtclnct clubs.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet i
Edition, wrapped ready Tor mailing,
can be procured nt this offlce for five
cents. Cost of mniliiiR. three cents.
Kaslwnhara. n .Inp-im-i who ran
down and nthc mihkm IiiJii d n
sninll native glil In Kunawnl t.u.1'1
jeslenlay, wits lodiiv iiruvi-'d on u
eliaige of lii'i'dlt h dihi.m
llefore the alllKiilor 1 1 sir , aniu Is
over you should leiiit inlw i m i
lilelids on Hie in ilnl.iiid v.ilu a er.il'
or this ilcIli'loiH Ir, I. Awn, . prltc
about $2 per dozen, delivered bs llx
piess from Ihl.m.l ! rut Co I'lum,. T
SUPERVISORS STILL ON
The Investigation of the laukea
hoi matter vent on as usual this
morning liefmo tho special tonmilt
lee of the SupeivlsoiH. Hut the tmn
mlttee will not bo ready to report
this evening at the meeting which Is
In be held.
Chairman lluslacc of the llo.ud of
Supervisor stated this morning that
this committee will probably make in
lepnrt at the meeting which Is to liu
held on tho IStli, or about that time.
This N a sperlal meeting, called In
connection wllh the pay roll, mid It
was thought popularly about town
cKtenl.iy that no icport would be
forthiomlng even then, as the meet
ing was called for ono spcdllc purpose.
However, this brings the tentative
date nt which the public will know
the Huttings of tho special tomuilttee
neater than popularly hiipposed.
This morning, tho Supervlsois went
further than the drand Jury, and
had two extra witnesses In. Apanu
was called, and a Chinese by tho
mime of Ah Pong.
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In the grilling summer time
when bodily comfort is upper
most in your mind, better look
to your underwear. No need
for worry or discomfort if it
bean the STAR trademark.
There's n reputation of 07
yean of "knowing-how'' be
hind the STAR product nnd
it's safe to tay you'll find no
underwear ns good ns the
MADE BECAUSE MADE
All styles, all sizes, all pro
portions, and Fcuo.nafclc In
KINO STREET HEAR TORT,
fContinued from Face 1)
It will not be until after plans have
been definitely diafted for tho work
which Is to be done. In theto bids, u
certain definite slio of iloclt Is to be
called for, which will put tho prito
well within the amount of tho appro-
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHT I
USE TOO STRONG A LIGHT t
LET SHITS OK STREAKS OF LIGHT FALL ON WORK
INDEED, DO A1JY OF THESE THINGS WHEN EYES ARE
TOO PRECIOUS TO BE ENDANGERED. AND ELEC
TRIC LIGHT PERMITS YOU TO AVOID THEM ALL I
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. HEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
AIM TO GET FEDERAL HELP
(Continued from Fnc 1)
lug Miuio time ago agaliist allow
Ins l-Vduiiil doctors to treat leper
patients at Kallhl, but thin, 1 uiiib'i
htaud, was done because of tho lack of
'lt will li.i tit,,, til,.-, Ii, i.nlttv'r. lilt
prlatlon. ami then prices per extra ..,. f()r u.0elvlng patients nt Ku
foot asked for Of courbc, In calling Uil ns soon as lh funds are n"
JosepSi A. Gilmsii,
SHirriNG AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco,
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast nnd is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
The Wtekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Pillow Cases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just sec our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK!
!L. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Kino milch row.
Apply Kooni 10 Mc-I07B-1W
August 7, a puic whlto bulldog, tax
No. I9fi, cut cars, rather long
tall. Liberal leward for Informa
tion that will lead to his recovery
whether In tho city or country. Y.
Ilniunno, IroCie.uu Parlor, No. 1 8a
Hotel Stiect. 1070-lW
for bids In this way, n definite cioss
nectlon will havo to be fixed, which
will not van, whatever may bo added
lo tho dork In length.
Costs of iittchMirlcs can ho figured
pretty eleaily bt-foio all this Is map
ped out, with the exception of tho
ciiht of the pumping plant, which will
vaiy wimewhat with Increase or de-
cieafc In the length of tho dock. Illtl
dlng on this work will bo open to lon-
tiactors throughout the country.
Ilesldes the sanii lo he transput ted,
cement to the ainoiiut of approximate
ly ouo hand to tho cubic: ard will
have to be gotten hero iiImi.
Among others, thcA Mntaon lino In
thought of us a possibility In getting
this work of transportation done.
A rumor Is current to tho effect
that tho Hpreckcls tug Kcarless whleli
Is In San KrancUco, Is to bo gotten by
tho (iovernmcnl, by charter or pur
chase, to transport materials to I'cail
Harbor fiom this city.
NO ADVANCE FOR TEACHERS
NEW - TO-DAY
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNQ HOTEl
At A meeting of tlio lloanl of 111
lectors of tlio I'loneor llulldiug and
Loan Association, hold ot Its office,
Honolulu, T. II., on the 10th day of
August, 1908, tho followini; wero
duly elected to 1111 vacancies caused
by resignations, viz.;
W. L, Frazee. . .President & Director
T. P. Harris Secretary
T. I'. HAUItIS,
Honolulu, T. II.. AiiKii'U 12, 180S.
(Continued from P.e 1"l
matter, Is small enough without be
ing subjected to general reduction.
Thcroforu tho teachers will go along
on tho samo old pay. To makn up
for this, certain school-rooms will not
ho opened, nnd ow lug tn small attend
ance one school, the name of which
was not given, will remain closed en
tirely. A number of schools wilt
have their teaching forco retimed,
some of them being changed fiom
threo- and four-loom schools to ono
and two rooms.
Kxtrn rooms for the accommoda
tion of Increasing numbers will bo
opened In tho congested districts, hut
the general rulo will bo that the num
ber of school-rooms will bo cut down.
Under theso conditions Mr. Ilnh
bltt linRilecldcd that.lt will bo impos
sible to bring any tenchers from
nhinad at tho present time. I In had
Intended Importing some new teach
ers for Haw-all, hut this will not be
possible so long ns tho picscnt tlnau
f till dllllculty prevails. It Is hoped
that nt tho next session of tho Leels
laturo u larger school iippropilatlou
can be seemed.
Hi', and It Is thought that theso cun
bo ti cured In p.ut from the I'ultul
llt.ilt s (iiiverninent. If we show a
rplilt of enopeiatlon III the work -bo
"Tlic sjstem of segieg icon lias tin n
tiled for forty-thrto eirs. We hue
Klwn the poor uufoituuateK a home
an I almost eveolhlut; that could hi'
desired for their comfort inn we
haven't done enough. Wo hav er
haps prevented tho spread of the db-
iciuii In ti iiio.ikiit. lull vii him, tint
tu'ieii, as can now be seen. Hie proei !
lcM for slumping out Hie Itinir.tMc
illru'iM'. We cull It Incurable Ihtuiim-
we have not found a cine ns 'jet.
'The policy of tho Terrltoilal ami
I'edeial olllclals will bo lo work to
gether In a seaieh for nimo niethoit of
getting the disease under (tiuliol and
llually stamping It out. 'I'll" white
id igue, consiiiuptlou. undoubletlly
claims mine victims during each )ear
than doi'H leprosy, anil It Is not at oil
Improbable that nu open-air 'linnl
CJIj will bo formed lieto tit tin- in
lure, where those subject to this tils
(inso may go.
"In the mailer of leprosy, tlio plan
Is to luako Ihu treatment the main
llilus, although tlio regregalioii will
,uit Ii,, lr.ti mi Ill' utiv liiiiTillu III I
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llils manner, It seems, pallentH In tho
first strgcH of tho illseaso will turn
themselves over to tlio physicians,
knowing Unit lliey will ho allowed lo
remain at Kallhl until a cure, It sech
Is possible, Is effected. Under tho
present system of sondlm; the lopuis
lo the Selllemeut ulmosl as coon ns
Ihej aio dlscoveicd, a great fear of
the sccluMnu comos Into tho heart of
the alllllcled ouo ami he will ofun
hide lilmscir fiom tho authorities for
a long llmu (mill Iho diseaso has
leached a stage whero It Is bejoij
"Of com so, the Kulllil Stulloil will
linve to bn eiilan;ed. Wo hope Unit
llils inns be uitiio easily accompllsliid
now that th tMCtlvo nld of Iho Kedcral
olllclals here nnd nt tho Settleimiit
has been enllstetl. Tho present Terrl
toilal ofllclals will, however, bo ie
taluetl, and tlio Territory will still
havo iibbolute control over Iho lepers,
ns II has In tlio past. Tho new pollev
meaus ticatmenl, first. Inst and all
the tlmo, and segregation as a untter
of coin so, not as tlio main Idea."
liawaiian Iron fence and Monument Woriis
NCXT TO YOUNG ULl?G 170 ISO KING GTrtEET.
iCEEP MILK COLD
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 aie constantly studying to insure cur customers wholesome milk.
SL Tke Pond Dairy
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Bulletin glues a complete cunim.iry of
the news of the day,
The Newest Thing
1'AHIA In this rtt,
to Mr. mid Mrs. I.. (1.
Aug. 12. I00S.
Ka i la, a sou,
The r It y council of Spaudau In
llrandenburg, 1'russln, has Inaugural
e.l a moveiiieut to lalse $I.i'i2.'i.0iiii as
I unlloual gift for Count Zeppelin,-tin
Ruching, Fancy Bells, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
& Co., Ltd.