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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOUJMJ, T. It., MONDAY, AtJCl. 17, 1008.
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They are made porous and light, and are the coolest shoe
'for summer that you can wear.
We have some vcrjr SWELL STYLES in Golden Brown,
Chocolate Tan,- Bronze Suede, Russia Tan, and other popu
This is the store for Choice Summer Footwear.
FOR CHINESE BOY
Lou Kal Foy Diet From Injuries Re
ceived When Bicycle and E.
O. White's Auto Clash.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
(in half and one gallons)
J. A. McBRAYER'S AND MONARCH OLD BOURBON WHISKEY.
Gibson's Rye and Superior Jamaica Rum.
Liquors for the Household a Specialty
. LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FAMILY WINES AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
169 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 240.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
I ..a or STOCr
C Bltrwer St Co .....
Kwa Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian Aijrta Co
Hawaiian Bunar Co...
Ilntiomii : Co .. .
Milieu Snmr Co ....
Ilnulilwii Sngir PI nt
KalillltU Miimllnu Up
KIIpiiIi: SitRar C
McBryile Sugar Co.
Oaltn Sugar Co
(VV'a Su,ar I'lapil Co
Olaa Sugir Co I-"1
I'aitmu Sugar ritit Lo
This evening at 7 o'clock, an in
quest will lie liclil over the remains
or l.nu Knl Foy, tlio Chinese boy who
tiled Inst night nt the Queen's Hos
pital an n result of Injuries received
In a collision between n hlcyclo on
which ho was being carried by his
fnlher, and an nuto driven by H.'O.
White. Tho accident occurred on
Hivcr and Dcrctnnlu streets nt 5
o'clock jestcrdny nftcrnoon. The
boy was being carried on tho handlo
burs or tho machine by the rather.
Mr. While says In regard to the nc'
I was coming along the maukii sldo
or llcrctanln and was just turning Into
Hlvcr Btreet. At that moment, n
young Chinaman came up Hlvcr street
riding n bicycle and carrjlng n seven
or eight year old boy on tho handle
bars. I wos going slow at the time.
I tooted my horn, and then for tho
first time the rider nppcared to notice
my approach. His fuco was hidden
before that by tho boy In fiont of lilm
nnd ho had to peer around him (o seo
me. He started to wobble this way
and thut. undecided Just which wuy
to turn. Finally ho decided to swing
over to the left near tho end of the
bridge. I turned tho other way, nnd
was coming to a standstill. The bi
cycle struck tho wheel and went over.
the boy pitching headlong Into tho
street. Tho child was badly hurt. I
had the boy attended to bv Dr. Wntej-J KiUuVipj Co ic
hotiso nnjj hvr. .nt .o tho hospital. ,,7hU & i. Co o.V
I notified the police department or tno
HERE is what you have been
looking for a Tripod that
is small, light, compact and
We have a big new stock of
French Metallic Telescope Tripods.
Just about a foot long when collapsed easily carried any
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
are not built merely to sell.
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. It Davies & Co., Ltd..
Pillow Cases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just see our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK!
Ii. Ahoy, Nuutmu below Hotel
Priiwltfo Sugar Co....
VVaialua Agile Un
Wrlluku Sugar Co ....
Walnira -sugar roil' v.o
Ippttr.Utand Steam N Co
Mutual T.trl'lputic Co
Nalplku Rubber Cn
Natppku Kublier Co Am.
Oaliu R ft !. C
linn II Ii M Co . ...
Hawaiian Pltprapple Co
MawTrr 4 PC
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Haw Gov't a lie. ......
Ca Urtt Siis Sc K.I Co
Ham D'.lcll Co ,
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LANE WEBSTER'S DEATH
DUE TO ACCIDENT
Detulln. of tho tloalli of I.ano Web
stor wore learned eatcrdfty by tho
MlknliulH, nlicn alio camo In fiom
Maul. Some llmu after -1 o'clock Fri
day afternoon, while a party of boyn
was out liuntlui; nnd wax dcscrndlnK
a teep and Hllppery trail with jtiimi;
Webster In tho lead, a Ktui bcliiR car
ried by Atherton Oilman wait dropped,
and discharged. Trombllnj; hands
stanched tho 'flow of blood from the
wound, which wus In tho calf of his
right leg. and putting him on a hoi so.
the other bos took him n nillo and n
half to the J. K. Drown ranch house,
whence tho expedition had started.
Crazed with grief at tho accident,
Atherton Oilman rodo nlno miles for
tho doctor at a dead gallop, but tho
DhjBlclnii arrived only In time to m.o
jntiiig Webster gasp out his laBt. Just
about nlno oclocx in tno evening, ino
loctor stated that .tho .wound, which
was In tho leg, was mortal, nnd moiu
timely nsslstanco could have clone
Tho party of boys was out for a
hunt. Those In the crowd wcro: I.nno
Webster, Atherton Oilman, Arthur
Oilman, Lionel Stclncr, and young
The funeral was held yesterday af
ternoon at 3 (i cluck from Central
United States District Attorney
Ilrcckons had n sad case como before
Ms notice this morning, when n wo
man whoso namo Is not ghen, camo
beforo him and asked that some action
bo taken against tho man with whom
the has been living for the last twelve
years. It seems that the couple wcrti
fever married, but two chlldicn have-
been born. A week or so ago tho man
deserted tho woman, anil has been
living with another woman, and din
ing tho last week ho gavu her but ono
dollar to 'keep herself and the little
children. Shu is ph)slcally unable to
cam her own living, and she them
toro asks that ho bo made to furnish
her with the necessities of life.
Oaliu sugar Co 5 p c
Claar-ugart.no pc .
I'ac Stig. Mill Co, (a
Pala IMaiptatlo 1 Co ....
Ponecr Mill Co 6ic ..
Walatua agrlrro t nc
Hunikat Sugar co riL
Sales Ilelwcen Boards. 70
Hrjde, S3 50; 12 Walalii.i, S90.
Mou: Jinoo o. u. & 1.. fix, $101.
Latest turjar quotation, 4.03 cents or
$81.60 per ton.
THIS Season we're strong on
the new models in sack
Suits. If you want to see
some of the most swagger styles
ever made in men's clothes just
come in here some day and ask
to see one of our
Hart, Seiiaf f ner te
There arc half a down or more styles in the Var
sity line; some of Hi r ' .11 be sure to suit you.
Copyright 1908 by
Hart SchtlFncr te Man
This store ;'s th rente of
"Hart Schatfncr & Marx clothes.
BUILDING, KINO NEAR FORT ST.
Chas. Kidder Is no longer connected
with O. W. Lincoln. 910 Alultcu St.
opposite Occidental Hotel. Practical
Mechanic; Ilepnirer of Saws, Mowers,
Sewing Machines, Locks, Etc.
4081-lw Q. W. LINCOLN.
London Beets, 10s 34d
Henry WateriiousB Trust Go.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
TEL. PRIVATE, EXCHANGE 4.
THE NEW LARGE STORE
OF WALL, NICHOLS
The new quarters of thu Wall, Nich
ols Co., Lid., are ,tf,rtutnly very at
tracts e. Their enlarged stock pldced
In their thoroughly renovated new
sloie on Fort and Merchant streets,
should be comliislco to an extenshu
trade. Tho stock of paper, books,
music, and In fact all things Hint tbey
have cairled beforo Is gicatly en
larged. They can now accommodate
their customers with n full line of
evcij thing, and It Is n pleasure for
anyone to look over the big assort
ment on tho commodious shehes.
This store Is now tho very largest In
Honolulu In Its lino anil reminds one
of one of tho blg.storca on Ilioulway
In New York. Mr. Wall Is to bo con
gratulated on IiIh eutorpilso In obtain
ing such a largo establlshmiut. The
Utile measures 22,501 square feet and
wilh the new fixtures is certainly
most appealing to the general public
Tho new storo ha n sporting good
department with u full lino of all
kinds and sorts of sporting mateilals.
Ilesldca all this, Mr. Wall has an ex.
tenslvo lino of grnphophoncs, gultas,
band Instruments, ukuleles, etc., etc.
Indeed thu store Is complete throughout.
-LOCAL AND QLTOAl
The easy way with little to pay
Bulletin Want Ads., one cent a
' Silent Tranklln cars. StkyiU StbU.
J. fJ." S- Williams arilM-d esterday
In tho MllttllUht.
lluntct Honk! Cain "I or 191, J.A.
McLeod, for pleasnntoiH nuto ride.
A. I-'. Knudscn of KuunM J" l'".
having nnheil jostcrday In fill' Ha"-
Mru Win MipIpIi mill I'lillilr, II T JIJIH!
dim n fi inn Mololtal esterday niiirTI
Mis. i:. Salillu will tako aider for
lufnuts' elotliLS and biirntwoik at Ha
All kinds of beer, wines ami mixed
drinks aio t-cm-il In tho best maiiuer
nt tl.o Fashion. Just gho us n try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Soccialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
1 or the finest family groceries, ring
up ,1 M. l.oy k. Co, phone 7fi. I'rcslt
Irults and egetubles on every steam
er. Tho combination lunch and dinner
at the Young Cafe mo becoming ory
popular. The price nnd quality aro
tin to Miss Power's for pretty mud
summer millinery, :tlwas the latest.
Millinery I'mlors, lloston building.
I'lnest potted plants and cut flow
ers In tho city. Material ftu decora
tions. Island em los. Mrs, K. M. Tay
tor. Young building.
Coat your Iron roofs wltb "Aiuhlr"
Yoii will bo surprlsod at tts cooling
nnd preservative proportion. California
Peed Co., agents.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailinc. three cents.
The N. S. Saihb Dry (foods Co. aro
otfeilng Ktiniu er) attractive perl.ils
IIiIh week In laco curtains. Ntino cor
bels, nnd stylish llngeilt-s and sailor
rim business man who has other
things than coins and chaftd, tiled
hid to think iitioul should tri tho
Wonder Shoo at the MaiiufacliiierB'
Shoo Co., Ltd. it feels light.
W. A. (Iroenwcll ami W. L. Castlu
of thu law mm of Casllo & Wlthlug-
Ion returned eiiterdjy fiom Kona In
the Koenii. They went Iheio partly
lii business and pleaurt trip.
A lllom Is thonlllg the hiindxomest
nt v foiilanls that have ever been of-
cd In Honolulu, mid at cut pilces
J I A &TT Has Moved to
. LANDU o ;s
152 Hotel St.
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IN THG CIHCUIT COURT OP TIIC
Klrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Mat
tor of tho Gstnto of Flora Doxter, do-
ceased. Ordor of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Administration. On rend
ing nnd filing the petition of tho Ha
waiian Trust Co., Ltd., of Honolulu,
T. II., alleging that Flora Dextor of
Papeete, Tahiti, died Intcstato ut
said Papeete, on the 1st day of June,
A. D. 1908, leaving property In tho
Torrltory of Hawaii necessary to bo
administered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue to tho
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., It Is or
dered that Wednesday, tho 9th day
of September, A. D. 1008, at ten
o'clock u. in., bo and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing suid petition In
tho court room of this court at Ho
nolulu, at which time nnd place all
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, If any they have, why
said petition Bhould not bo granted,
and that notlco of this older shall bo
published onco a week for thrco suc
cessive weeks in tho Kvcning llullc
tln newspaper published In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu, Aug. 17, 190S.
(S.) J. T. DK HOLT,
Flist Judge of tho Circuit Couit
or tho First Circuit.
Attest: (8.) JOII liATCHBLOU,
4081 Aug. 17, 21, 31; Sept. 7.
UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with assets of over $14,00O,C00, and a
turplui of over $1,300,000, Is now issu
ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and sub
lequtnt deposits. In cats of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.,
P R I M 0 BEER contains the best kind of
Malt Tonio Feed in a predigested form.
That's wiiy it is good for you
In Honolulu, drink Primo Beer, the Home-Beer that's
' brewed to suit the climate. t t
INSURAHCE-fVRT. AND MARINE
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO..
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDG., 176-190 KING STRCET.
p-'t" 'P ' u--" - -.-a? ti is ' . . i . -r
llouklicopor for Honolulu; tellable,
systematic man, to tako chargo of
ofllco, Including complete set of
books and answeilng telephone.
SOme outdoor work. Salary $70 to
$100, according to competency. Ad
dress "Ilookkeeper," this ullke.
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Bethel. Phone 70.
that make them Irieslsllble
Torchon and viilcncleunes laces,
Tint vcrt-liin given by tho feoldlera
who were on a hlko recently mound
tilt- Ihlnnd, of a u-poiled bunting up
ami lobbing of Jewellah Singh, nil old
Hindu, is Hint the whole thing was
If ou want to get tho real Wahlavva
flavor In pineapples get them from J,
II. Tovvusenil, Kaplolanl building,
The) aro not picket! until ripe mid
aio much hvvecter than the oidluury
kind Alto Duo bananas.
The dinners at the llnyal Annex
have ceilalnly hecuMixceptlonally flue
for the price. "Al" Thiirlow, founeily
chief stew aid on thu Alameda, has iii
held bis reputation as an A No. 1 cat
tier and accordingly Is getting tho
Albert Muico, who was icfnsoil n
police badge by the Sheriff, did not
cilglnally come to this country as a
btouavvay He paid his pabsago heio
liom the Coast, and his exploits In thu
lowing lino wcro conllned to a retain
from Australia recently.
A im cling of tho Alaska-Yukon Pa
cific Kxpnsltlon Commission will bo
held this afternoon in tho moms of
the Chamber of Commerce All per
sons Inteiestetl In the matter of Ha
wall's exhibit at tho greatest fair tho
I'aclflu Coast has over known aio In
vited to bo prebent and expiess their
T Yainano and M. Fiikuda, two .lup
niicso who assaulted a fcmall native
boy on tho Hnckfeld vvli.uf because
ho liiBlbted In taking a ildu on theli
dray, vvcio Saturday found guilty
of assault and battery by Judge An-
tlrado, and fined $10 and $20 respec
tively. The sensalloij of tho caso was
an old native, who could rot talk
without getting so ninny of Ida limbs
into action that he found It linpos'
hlhlo to lemaln beated In (ho witness's
KEEP 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 are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
The. Newest Thin
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
L W. Jordan
& Co., Ltd.
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