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EVENING BULLETIN, HOKOMJIAJ, T. II., KltlDAY, AUG. 21, 190S
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They are made porous and light, and are the cooleit shoe
for summer that you can wear.
We have some Very SWELL STYLES in Golden Brown,
Chocolate Tan, Browse Suede, Russia Tan, and other popu
lar leathers. , .
- This is the store for Choice Summer Footwear.
Good Spirit Prevails
and Officer Are
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.
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
where. Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC " .FORT ST.
THE EDDY SAVES
By using an EDDY, REFRIGERATOR, you will save
on your food and ice bills.
Built Right. You are better satisfied with it ev-
Look into the Refrigerator matter for yourself, and
let us show you an EDDY.
Thco. H, Davics & Co., Ltd.,
Pillow Cases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just see our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK!
X. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
li.JU JL I
J I A &Tf Has Moved to
. LA1NUU 0REG0N BL0CK
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
i'uu, main, auij. id. ino i-unu-KiR'tu
Itunulillcan Club of iliu Uui
Product, lit'M their nieotliiK lit tlio
1'ala Clinpcl, Saturday night, August
15, for tlio election of delegates to tho
Territorial nnd County concntloiiH.
Tliu meeting was called to otilcr by
tliu I'tcslilent, A. J. uouiex, ;it 7:43
p. m. Tlie inlmitua of tliu lircvlous
meelliiK wore read by tlio Secretary,
J. Dollin, and were duly adopted as
Following tlio readltiK of tho iuln
nlos, tho president called on SI. S. Jar-
dim to speak. Mr. Jardltn explained
that tills meeting watt far tlio most
Important wo had no far, and lccom
mended tho members to clert Rood
honest men as delegates to the Con
Mr. Deponto was next called to
M'cak by tho President. Mr. Oeponto
leconimended tho members to sup
port their delegates at the election
which "III tako place at Hamakua
poko. J. SI. Medelros recommended
tho election of men who will be for
tho good of our club, wishing that
they bo supported by the members.
Mr. Deponto nominated M-. S. Jar-
dim for delegate to the Tcrrltoil.il
comentlon. The motion was second
ed by SI. N'unes. Messrs. St. S. Do-
ponte, J. Andradu and SI. (1, Anjo were
also nominated for tho delegation,
but the latter three declined In faor
of SI, S. .Inrdlm. Sir. Depontc then
ir.ou'd that the nomination be closed.
It was seconded nnd rarrlcd and Mr.
J a rd I in w.ls elected our delegate to
the Territorial ConentIon fiom tho
Portuguese Republican Club of the
13th precinct. , Sir. Jardlni thanked
the members of tho club, wishing to
be supported nnd promising to do Ms
best for tho good of Ibis club.
Tho following were nominated foi
delegates to tho County Convention:
SI. S. Deponto, J. Uollm, .1. Andradp. .1
St. Medelros, A. J. Gomes, SI. (1. AuJo,
I. SI. Fcltclra, J. S. Sotiza, and J. M.
It was suggested by tho President
that all tho voters who wero present
bo asked to sign the roll. When this
had been accomplished, the President
Instructed them to vote for live del
egates only. Tho slips wero passed
by the judges of election and lesulted
In tho election of the following by the
highest number of Mites: SI, S. De
ponto, St, O. Anjo, .1. St. Medelros. A.
. Clonics, J. S. Bouzn. Tho chair then
declared the nbovo men elected as
delegates to tho County Convention
from the Portuguese Republican Club
of tho 13th Precinct.
Sir. Anjo thanked tho members of
tho club, after tho election, nnd made
t ehort address based on education,
and recommended that It would bo a
very nlco thing for tlio mcmbeis to
ask Sir. Daldwln for n hall. S.
Clonics appointed Slessrs. SI. S. Jar
dlni, St, S Deponto and SI, G. Anjo to
wait on Sir. Ualdwln about tho latter.
Tho meeting then adjourned. J. Dol
lin is secretary.
GREENE OF COPPER
Among the patscngcrs who arrived
on the Alnmedu this morning Is Sirs.
V. C. Greene, tlio wlfo of tjie muKI
mlllloniilio who Is tho president of
tho Cnuanea Consolidated Copper
Slines nl Senoa, Old Mexico. Sir.
Greeno built tho Cannnea railroad
and at ono time was one of the larg
est opponents of Thomas W. Lnwson.
Sir. Greeno will arrive on tho Asia to
Join his wife at the Young Hotel.
Greeno Is the man with whom Law
son was to have had an old-fashioned,
plcturcsquo encounter, but when
Gicena arrived in Doston Law-son
asked him In to talk it over, nnd all
bets were off.
I ..e or STOCK
M E rCantTIe
lUwCnm Sue Co ..
Hun alian Sugar Co...
tlonntmi Sugar Cti ....
Ito-mlcaa Sugar Co. .
Illiklilvm SllKr Hint.
Kalitiku flamatlnn Co
Klinlinli: Sugar Co....
Kotol Sugar Co ......
Oilia Sugar 0
Onnmr Sugar Co ....
Ooknla Sut.ar Plant Co
DIM Rugir Co Mil ....
O'owatu Co..... ...m
rahau Sugar Plant. Co
I'ali rlantallon Co ...
Prpkro StigTir Co....
Wan'ua Agile Co
Wftluku Sugar Co ....
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
luter-Ntanil Slrini N Co
Hawaiian Kitct'lc Co
Mutual Ttlcliliouc C.l
Oahu K.V I.Ci
Him II KM Co-
Ihuailfln Plurappte Co,
lUvr Trr4 PC
Haw Ter 4H t'Ct-'
rlawTcr 1M pc.
Haw Gov't nc
Ca Ucct Sug .' Kcl Co
Q pe ... .
flAlku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upiwr Ditch 6a
I law Com fit hug Co
Haw Sugar Coti)ic...
HlloR KCo Con h pc
Hon RTfl LCotp c
Kahulcu P.atit Co fi p c.
Mrllmlr S to'l 6,
(Mhl K8cl.Co6. c.
nihil Sugar Co pc
C'al Sugar Co C pc .
I'ac-.Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala l'lanlatio.l Co ....
Walalua Igrli- Co a ti c
Munakaa Sulr co ric
fnai laaii pi
"iii urn luil
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IF ft 1?U L!lLto wear clothas that arc just a lit
tle different from the rct, you want to try on one of
our latest Vnrsit ' suits, made espiessly for us by
Hart, BeSaaffneE9 fc
The new litt'r ideas in the pockets, in the cut of
the fiont of the oj't, the cutfs on the sleeves, the
trousers a lot of smart new ideas in these suits will
The new fabrs ire especially benutiful; and we
can show you the uicl- ef them.
"THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES"
ELKS BUILDIXG, KINO NEAR FORT ST.
Sales Session: 3il Olaa, '$4; 50
Olr.a. $t: -10 Haw Pineapple Co.,
123.75; 5 Kwu, S2S, n Lvvn. $28; 5
Oahu SiiK. Co., J2R 0 Oalm Suk. C.i ,
?28; 5 Walalua, S8.
Latest tug:r quctatlon 4 cents or
$30 per ton.
For Rent" cards on cale at
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNQ HOTEL
NEW - TO-DAY
Beets, 9s 9d
Sugar, 4. Cents
Henry Waterhcuse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honotului Stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILI IAVSON. Manajcr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Copyrifjht 190S by
Hart SchalTner & Marx
Leper Moving Picture
SATURDAY AUG 28,
MRS. C. B. COOPER,
MRS. F. H. UUMPHRIS
and Mrs. S. M. BALLOU
TICKETS $1, AND 50 CENTS
Bcrgstrom Musio Co.
COUNT OKUMA HAS
TOKIO, Japan, AB. H. Special
tllbpatchc!) fuun Now York ami Ion
don 'printed In Japaiiese newspapers
leprescnt that a nowspapcr article
liyCotuit Okiima, published In the
Ifoclil, uttrlliutlnK tlio naval expan-
bIoii policy of the United States to tho'
Biiddcn ike of Japan to the Impor
tance .of a world-power, 1 aroualne
Intense ludlsnatlon nnd has caused n
complete iccrudescenco of antl-Jnp-nncbo
Eentliuent throughout America.
Tho New Voile nowspapora are quo
ted as editorially uigtng an Amort-can-Chlueso
alliance for the purposo
of offsetting tho bclllgcicncy of Ja
pan. One nowspapcr Is quoted ns
Riving tho lows of Wu Tins Kaiig.
Chinese Minister to the United States,
on tho subject of an alliance In
which ho threatens Japan awlth "an
early ovldenco of tho real power of
tho American navy." '
Amei leans residing in Tokln, Yoko
hama, and elsewhere tluotigliout Ja
pan are extremely Indignant. They
believe that tho special dispatches ex
aggerate tho tone of tho Now York
Count Okuma's frequent utterances
do not create a ilpplo here nnd liU
most recent ono was passed quite un
noticed by foreigners until tho spe
cials announced tho outcry of the
Alncilcan newspapers. 10 veil then
among Japaneso statesmen and newt
papers the 111 st expression was one of
Count Okuma Is regarded hcie as
n doctrinaire politician who is now
completely without political inllucnco
except In academic circles.
When Count Okuma returned fiom
tho country today ho nald that he was
bin prised to find that) his uttcriuicrs
lind heen considered purposely offensive,
J. M. Konunul, ono of the lending
Hawaiian politicians fiom Knolaiiloa,
was this morning luoiight 111 n prison
er to Honolulu by Olllcor McOrogor
of Hnuuln. Cieaunul was m rested 011
a wnrrant sworn to by a Chlneso,
named I.enng Pan, chaiglng him with
I111 ceuy In tlio first degree, It being
alleged that ho stole six thousand
pounds of lire paddy, valued at $ino.
It appeals that Ihcro was somo mis
mulct standing In regard to tho owner
blilp of tho paddy inther than uliy wl.
ful attempt at laiceny.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
local aip mmi
If a eras ranee 1ms displaced a stove
sell it by using; a Bulletin
Itent Kranklln cars. Stltyds Sllils.
Sewing machines almost gUen uw.iy
at Kerr'a sale.
.Manager James Guild of I'aauhau
pl.tutatlnn In In tho city. i
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 101, J.A.'
Mcl.cod, for plcasantest nuto ride.
lira. H. Snhlln will tako orders for'
Infjnts clothes mid burr.twoik at II
Alt kltlila tiF li(fp. nlnna nn.l mlv.i.
drinks are served In tho best maimer I
at tho Fashion. Just glo us n try. I
Tako your carntign or umomoblio
to Hawaiian Carrlaso Manfy. Co., lor
If tho Mcraddeii-Uellly bout goes
the limit. It will he one of the longest
bouts ever held here.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Snccialty Co., ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 1-13.1
There will be 11 special meeting of
Hnwallan Lodge No. 21, V. & A. M
Ihls munliiK at 7:J0. Work In third
Shop early tomorrow at S.u-hs'.
Them will be all kinds of special bar
gains ready fur )ou befoio wo eloso
at 1 p. 111.
The woik or indexing all land coin
mission awards, grants and loyal pat
ents In tho Land Ofllco has jti3t been
I.. A. Tliuiston has been elected
presWent and A. K. Campbell vice
president or tho Il.1wnll.1n Mnhognny
There will bo a mooting of tho
Hoard of License, Commissioners on
Monday to net on the application of
siinonciu, a Japanese.
Hear Vdmlral It, C. Hollyday Is com
ing hero boon to consult with Civil
Engineer C. V. I'arks In legard to
die details of tliu I'cail Haihor work.
Now loulards 1110 selling this week
at Ilium's at 20c. per yd. I'rlcci are
cut In Torchon and Vnlenclennes laces
lo nliiKHt half tho tegular charge.
Ilaggjgo checked to any point at
1 our homo or hotel and handled under
the supervision of our baggago expert.
Uulnn-1'.iclflc Transfer Co., Lie
fioeinor l-'rear Is summarizing tho
leports of the heads of the various
Tcrittorial depaitmeuta, nnd puttlni;
them In his annual icport, which Is
about Mulshed now.
I. M. Levy & Co. carry a rino lino
of family grocciles. No Inferior, goods
:iro carried In stock. l"iesh Califor
nia frultB and vegetables by every
ttcainer. I'hono 7fl.
I'rcd T. I1. Waterhouso has lecelved
from tho Malay Peninsula tho skin of
n tiger shot on the lands or the I'n
hang Rubber Co., Jmt pi lor lo hli
lblt theio early In- tho year.
Conies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailinp. three cents.
If ou llko to wear clothes thai aro
distinctive, you want lo try cm ono
of our latest Varsity Buits, mado ex
pressly for in by Hart. Kchaffncr &
Mnrv. Sllva's Toggery, King near
Photographers should beo tlio new
1A K. P Kodak Special, tlio latest ad
dition to tlio Pocket Kodak family,
l'lncbt adjustments obtained, See It
at Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
A number of applications for de
posits In the 0J1I Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Dank have reached Governor
1'icnr, tho Inrgebt of them being from
II. W. Mathews of Ornngo, N. J., who
nsks for $170.25 deposited by his son
theio many years ago,
St. Louis Post-Hespatch: Miss Nel
ke pobbcebCH into uttalmiHmU and
culliiio as an elocutionist and ucli'u-,
mil each number slio pruscutti is de
Ben lug of special pi alto. Mies Nciko
will give a dramatic recital at tho
Kllohana Art League next Monday
ocnlng. Admission 50 cents.
Doctor Holler, tlio big nthlcto who
is working nt tho boat-hoiiso these
dn)s, Is 10 pounds lighter in weight
than Jim Jeffries when tho latter
went Into tlio llug for his last ght.
Job" weighed 22fi pounds then. lie
may weigh 210 now. Holler wants to
put on ten pounds moro. Presto! Ho
will then ho us big ns Jeff. Suppose
Holler should ho attrarted by homo of
tho big purbcs which sometimes flout
out when the light pioniotcis aro
looking for 11 big attraction!
Whether you drink
it as a tonic or as a beverage,
there is nothing that will brace
yon up and give tone to your sys
tem, so well as a glass of PRIMO
BEER with your meals.
Joseph A. Gilman,
S1IIPPIN0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
lNSUHANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLOC, 176-130 KING STREET. PHONE 237.
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KEEP MILK COLD
Wai-m milk lieeds bacteria. Notice that NEvV DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Siranle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
ToL89 The Pond Dairy
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
E. W.Jordan & Co
McCall r.tltra No. 22S8
A VERY LOVELY AHERN00N C0WN
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