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EVRNtNO nULLBTlN, rroNOtjUlAI, T. 1l!, THURSDAY. AUG. 13,' 1908.
For Dress Wear
Patent Colt Pumps and
Made of the very finest grade of Patent leather, in
atrict London styles. Welt soles.
They are worn everywhere in the most fashionablo
centers by men who dress well.
There is nothing better or mor: appropriate for for
mal wear and dances. .
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
FOR NATIONAL GUARD
Its Encampment To Be
Held Under Old
According tci nilvlceH received by
the Umcrnnr nml Colonel .Jones ftom
tlic War Department nt Washington,
lliu cncnniinicnt of tliu National
fSuaid may bo lioldMn Ortnlicr tinilcr
tlio National (luard allotment for tho
Territory, Imt It may not lie lielil un
der the nppiopilntlon for Joint ma
neuvers between tho lcgtllur forces
and the oi-Knnl7cd mllltla. The rca-
un for this Is that It has been held
by tho Department that tho appro
priation passed by Congress was In
tho contemplation of exercises which
would Involve the participation of
much larger bodies of tumps than aro
stationed on O.ihu.
In addition to this thcro Is tho
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
WE HAVE INSTALLED A
Sanitary Water-Still Apparatus
Recommended by the following prominent people : Ad
miral Deweyj Major-General Jos, Wheeler: Justice David J.
Brewer, U. S. Supreme Court; Governor Stone of Pennsyl
vania; Jndson W. Lvons, Registrar of the U. S. Treasury;
U. S. Senator Bois Penrose; U. S, Senator F. M. Cockrcll.
Leave your order at the
ARCTIC SODA WATER W'KS
1263 MILLER STREET. PHONE 557.
.. r or STOCC I
C Brewer Bt Co.
Hnwulifftt Arlc. (..-
tlrfwC'im fcSiiRCo .,
Ilffwailftti Sugar Co....
tl'itiotnu PiiRflf Co
MmiffVii Sur Co . ..
Itnikif nirir Cn .
IhiUliUmi Sugar PUiit.
Katiuku PU'iirttion Co
KnloaPutjir Co ..
Oi!m Sugar C.. ...
tiiKirtiea mjbt i o
CMlotflStiLir Plant Co
Pailtiu Sujr 1'lwit Co
I'ah plant nl toil Co ....
Prtwkr! Sueur Co....
!!tikn fiiMt To
Wnimn Sueur Mill Co
Intcr-Mant! Steam NCo
Hmi HTM. Co I'rcl
llgu K CM. Co Co. n
Mutual rilopliotic Co
1,11 i,ii Ri
It 1,1 M
Nalnku RiiMwr Co A.
Kilo II KCo
II on lift MCo: .,..
Il.tU aIIah t'jlHJIlll( f Jl-
fact that this appropriation for Joint I minus
maneuvers has been allotted sonic !EflY,V.. .'.'... !
time ago. Tho advices finni tho War I ll Jrr i!(fc.
Department stato Uiat the encamp
ment may bo hold at Lcllchun on tho
United Stntos Army reservation In
conjunction with tho local garrison
Federal troops, should tho command
ing officer of Fort Shatter bo desire.
Col. Jones stated that ho understood
that Major Dunning was planning
an encampment at tins lime. loahaKfti.rav-jV,
Another matter of Importance lo- ojimSoRArCo jpc .
... ... CIaSunrCo6pc.
cally was received In an official com-. pc. Sus. Mill Co, 6
munlcatlon from tho War Depart-1 Wf ".-"Wni'Si. c".
until Tin. .IiwIl.o Ailvnnitn fli'iiem! ' WiUnlua Ijitrfln int
of tho Army has rendered tho follow-! "Brwri-M.
Ing opinion In respect to payment of i bales Hot ween Hoards:
louts on leased land under Section , & S t07.G0: 250 II w
j u I bu; in wniaiua, i .
Haw Hov't ii c
C Hnl Su c Kcl Co
Hilkiiuenr ( 06 pc
Ham. Ditch 1'n ,
1 1 w Cnnl iV Sur Co s )C
IliiwSncr Co tc...
1 1 Ho K KCo Cnu Ape
llfill K I :. K c
1 KAlMikll I'.nin ino PC
I SHIHV.lf l.o- tM.
LOCAL AND fflENElffl.
Instead of Just Waiting, try a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Kent Franl.lln cars. Stkyds StliH.
llonli! Ilimlsl Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.eod, for iloas:intcst auto rlilo.
Mis. II. Sahllii will tako iirdem for
Infants' clolhca and biirntwork at Ha
Cfiiintv Allornov Oalhcart has been
rniilluo'l t ohls homo by an attack of
lllllamiiiatloii or tho bowels.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks aro served In tho best manner
at ll.o Fashion, .lust ime in a try.
The expert nt the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Coat your linn rools with "Ar.tlW. "
Von will bo surprised at Us roollnt;
and preset vatl a properties. Callfornh
Feed Co., agents.
,i''"" 1 A n
a l) id 1
'"I '"" "" 1 i C3 g3k I fm.
l-3rd off for 3 Weeks
,D I,.I..a.1 at. ...... I.Dni.ti.nl.lU
unio, uuTim-ii niuniito. i.iji.i. - .i..i, nl
of rents In advance by month, year. .; .-. no t;. ;.
or quarter for naked lands leased to jo oiaa. SI.
tho Government of which It has been ;
Latest sugar quotation, 4.03 cents or
W1.C0 per ton.
placed In possession by the lessor, Is
not In violation of Section .in IS, as
tho (lovornmcnt obtains all It con
tracts for when It Is placed in pos
session under tho lease. Tho tenant,
In this caso tho Government, under
such circumstances gets all It con-
ti.m.u fnt ..ilin.t l.t imuuiiualiiti tintloi
cnld louse. Ilin samn us If It had coil-'
ttneted for a fee slmplo Interest. Th
not an advance of public money with- . SiOCK 3110 H0I1Q U 6 p 3 5 TITI Bill
; Henry Waterhouso Trust Co.,
Tho Democrats are takliiR time by
tho forelock. Their mass meetliiK,
to be held thl'i evening at Aala I'arh,
Is looked upon as the sthit of the
campalKU In the Islands. The meet
ing held for tho purpose of ratlfylnt!
tho nomination of llrynn and tho ac
tion of tho delegates to the oueii-
tlon nt Denver, Is practically tho
flrat Bttn llred In tho political flKht.
The move Is significant. In view of
tho statement of the Democratic lead-
era that they will foico matleis dur
ing the coming campaign.
Tho list of prominent speakers,
among them some of tho ablest men
of tho paity hero. Is headed by two
of tho delegates to DeiiNer, II. M.
Wilt miii and Fianl; Harvey. Judge
I'Mlngs, Colonel McCarthy, and Judge
Quailcs will also bo on the rostrum.
Tho band Is to bo present to (III In
tho odd Intervals, and an Immense.
Qe 3-4d ,l'iw'l l evperted lo ntlend tlin open-
ill!, Ol 111? pUllllUUl llfill.
ft I THC- A
J STAR 1
In the gnlling summer time
when bodily cosifort U upper
'most in your mind, better look
to your underwear. No need
or worry or discomfort if it
bears the STAR trademark.
There's n icputation of G7,
yean of "knowing-how" be-
hind the STAil product and
it's safe to say you'll find no
underwear as Rood as the
MADE BECAUSE MADE
All styles, nil sizes, all pro
rortion:, nnd Bcatoaablc In
KINO STEEET lIEAIt F0HT.
i mm wraw .
C. & S..
ID Oiaa, SI;
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.
in tho purview of tho Statute." Members
This relates specifically to tho pay-J
nient of rent for IJio rlflo rango lit;
Kaknako, which had been in nucs
COL GLENN CALLS
are not built merely to sell.
i Every detail of their construction
is designed to give the consumer the
most possible return for the money in
vested. Quality counts in the hot weather
we are having now. '
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
I WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Mniuici,.
FORT AND MERCHANT 3TS.
TEL. PRIVATE' CXCHANQE 4,
P R I M 0 BEER contains the best hinl of
Malt Tonic Feed in a pi digested form.
That's why it is good for you
In Honolulu, drink' Piirao Beer, the Honic-Bcer that's
brewed to suit the climate.
Lieutenant Colonel Edwin Korbes i
Glenn, soldler-aiilhor and iitudent, ac-i
coiupanlcd by Cnplalu Chllds and'
Meat. IliiKlii'S, called on Governor
l;ienr this morulas. Colonel Glenn Is ...
tho commanding officer In charKo ofi !
tho transport Slicridan, ulilch arrived. ,
hero from San Kranclsco list nvcuiiiR v
and sailed for Manila ami Guam to-'-!-day
Colonel Glenn Is a man of nolo In .;.
literary iih well as army circles. Ho ...
was born at GreeiiBbor.i, N. C, Jan-, !
nary 10, 18.",7, and was Krndnated fiom
Wi'St Point In 1877. Ho later olitoml .
tho law deii.irtmeut of the Uiihornlty,
of Minnesota and finished his coursu
In litni ho eulered army lift. Iiecom-'.
Inn major of tho Klfth Infantry. Ho'.
lliec'iiup I.toiileiiant-Cidonel of tho 23rd .'
Infantry .l.iltiary 1st of last ju.ir. Col-
on nl Glenn Is a member of tho Nation- '
al Geographical Society, mid also of
the Alaska Geouraplile.il Society of ,
Seattle He has willteu a number of ..
books, most of them dealing wllh .'
rlechnlcnl siibJeeU, tho besl-known
probably being "Glenn's International
PACIFIC MAIL WINS
LARGE SILK CONTRACT
Tho Kjcamliicr of Aug. Ti says:
According to advices received
fiom Hit Oilciil. Hie Pacific Mull
Company will lie glwn u con-
ti act by n i lib Gorman firm of
sill; merchants for the eelu-
slvo trniibpoi tat Ion of raw sill.
fiom tliu Orient to Now Yolk,
tho shipments iiImi Including
hill; destined for Kuropeau
points by w,i of New York.
The awaidlng of tho contract
followH tliu anival In Now
York of a very aluablo ship-
ment of hllk that arrived hero
5- lust Saturday In Iho fast liner
! 811)01 In. Shlpinenls worn luado
: as an iixpciltnent In tho Slbo-
I la, the Monleagle, and tho To-
J- ua Marti, tho tun last named
( steamers leaving .lupun four
JAPANESE ASK GLUB
LIKE HAOLES HAVE
Tea House Applies For
Liquor License With
This In View
Tliu first application for a liquor
license ocr lo by undo by a .lap.il'
ebi' tea liousu Is fottheoiuliig lima
Iho Slilnriiiel plnco on Collegu Walk
mid Vlnejaid, wllh tliu purpose in
lew of i mining the place as u tairt
ir club for pminlnenl Japaiiew ubiiiii
"lhi while people h.ue their club,
here." said a prominent .Inp.inese 111
hpenklng of the alT.ilr thin morning,
ami we, who "icpicn'iit lliu largest
iiopnlalloii of mi) miii race In the Is
lands, have nothing of the wnt. We
feel Hint wu ought to Imo some place
corresponding lo tliu clubs of the
haoles, and so tills nppllc.itluu for
liquor license Is made."
I.leent-e Inspector Kennel was to
day looking Iho place mor.
It has dining iooiiih la both h.iole
and Japanese stylo. It Is mi b rtJuod
lint Hie tiropiislllmi will In to ha
Incllllles wlienb) Jap.uiosu v ho wlsli
lo give a ipilel Utile dlliner can order
all Hie accessories mid gelsliti gills,
ulid gi t all Hie ciiiuinrtR of club life.
Josepli A. G-ilmasi,
smrriNa and commission merchant.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE. '
Ancnt for ARTHUR SEWALI & CO., Bath. Maine;
1'ARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
I.diiIs Armour, who returned to his
homo In Toledo, O.. after abandoning
Ills wife and family sixteen years ago.
shot his wlfo dead when sho refused
to take him bunk, fired, at his daugh
ter ami escaped after falling in an
attempt to commit suicide.
NEW - TO-DAY
da) after the Siberia and be-
lug bound for lliltlsh Coluni-
bin. Tho Siberia, jnaklng tho
long tun arrow ho Pacific by
way of Honolulu, arrhed hero
last Saturday and her consign- t
ment of silk Is already on tliu !
Atlantic Coast. Tho Mnntca-
' gle, over tho shorter courso
! from Yokohama direct to Vic-
lorl.i, arrived tliero only Inst
, evening, and Iho Tosa Mnru had
' not been repoitcd.
- ! n 4- ! 4- J-
IS. KM COMES TO
Hawaiian Iron Fence and IHonumcnt Works
NEXT TO YOUNG ULDG., 170 130 KINO STREET.
Pillow Cases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just sec our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK!
Tt. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Tho annual meeting of tho Wal
nllm Hill Land will bo held on Thurs
day, tho 3rd day of September, 190S,
0 o'clock a. m at Wnlnlha, Hanalel, Kind I.ady: Hut that isn't tho
Kauai. miiio story you told me tho last tlmo
JAJIi:8 K. I.OTA, ou woro hoio.
Piesldent Wulnihn Hul Laud. Tho Hobo: 'Course It ain't. Youso
407S-3w didn't bcrlcovo do odder one.
. LANUU 0REG0N BL0CK
152 Hotel St.
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHT 7
USE TOO STRONG A LIOHT?
LET SPOTS OR STREAKS OF LIOHT 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 I
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
S. Kono. who was appointed b the
lananeso government to teport for
duty at 1ho .lap.uiem Consulate (Sell
out! In Honolulu Is expected to ntiUe
In the Nippon .Mnru today or toimi.--low.
He comes here as a Korean tiaus
Intor ami Intel preter for tho Consul
etc. Although he Is a Japanese by ua
tlilty Mr Kono spoaka tho Kiuv.ni
language lli.eutiy. Knr .naiij jours
he was onu of tho Korelm (ruuvlntiirM
and Intel pi etere In Iho JapaniM.' ISea
lilenl riuitiriil In Seoul, Korea, undor
Mr Kono conies lino to handlu tho
Korean business of tho Japimno Con
Mil, who albo acts for tho Koroau gov-
PLAYED HEWAS A COP
,11m Keanu. suspected of being an
all lound liail mini, was Ibis moiMlng
(.enlencMl to HO daB In jail by JuJm
Andiude, becauso ho held up a Jap
aneso peddler to relievo him of ".0
cents, more or less. Jim iinpoivonnlod
an olllecr of tho law In tho co.nluctln.r
of tho transaction, but could not pro
ilucu any proof that ho had :ho badge
mid Insignia of olllco when ho was
brought uefc.ro tho b'ir or luslUTi.
It wns nt lit st suspected that this
man was connected with tho il rio.i
burglaries, and ho was anobted pud
detained In tho Investigation of hi
icrord fur some tlmo Uht, It citiw lo
light that ho had pulled n't tho little
trick on tho Jap. Ho wa charijeil
with robbery, but this moinhig the
rhargo iiivb cliaiiBfd lo that of a mis
demeanor, luipprRoiiatliiR an idlleor.
and ho j sent oicr iiil': onnlwli
KEEP A41LK COLO
Varm milk breeds bacteria. Notice Uiat HEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simnlc, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we ius constantly studying to insure eur customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 Til Pond Dairy
irif ii i
. ,' s
The Newest Thin
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
& Co., Ltd.
OPPOSITE Y0UNCI H0TEI