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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULO, T. II., SATtmtlAY, "AUG. if, 100S.
HONOLULU'S BIG STORE
On Fort and Merchant Streets
Floor Space, 22,501 Squaie Feet. The Place To Buy
STATIONERY, BOOKS, TOYS,
and SPORTING GOODS
The Wonderful COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINEWe
keep in stock MARCONI VELVET TONE RECORDS. Call
in and ask to hear them; abo EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
and RECORDS AND 100 OTHER THINGS WHICH GO TO
COMPLETE A LARGE STOCK
WE HAVE SAVED YOU MONEY IN THE PAST.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE FUTURE.
TRY US. -"'
Our KING STREET STORE, at the old stand, will carry
the same line.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
become soiled and lnshcles3 just as table silver is
dimmed by Time We tecommend ARGENTINA as
the best for bringing back the abearance of new
ness to any silver article. It Does oNt Scratch.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Hotel and Fort Sts.
BLACK KING CALF .'. . PRICE $4.00
Style, Superiority. Perfect Fit, and Serviceability are
strikingly represented in the BOSTON.
You can't get anywhere near equal value for this
price in any other make of shoes.
Every feature of the shoe gives the foot attractive,
shapely outlines. See it in our windows. '
Bring shoes that need repairing with you.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
ed not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are.
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Raised on one of the best farms in Washington; Fat
tened for Island trade; young and as Tender as Squabs,
These are good biids for a good dinner.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
FROM MAUI TOUR
Link Continues To Talk
His Pet Land Law
Kit IiiRliam, tlio Democratic leader,
retmniil tills iniirniiiK In tliu Maun t
Ken from Maul, vvliern ho nccninpanlcil
Mnk McCnmlless mi Ms political tour
This main ohjtct of tlm tilp was to
stir up Inturist In tlio Ucniocinllc pai
ly mill tn orKanbo precinct tlulii
vvIilhi such vvoru nccilcil. lnshani ro
poiti Hint tlio tour lias liccn 8iic(08V
lit!, ami tint much iiluiist vv.m rlinvvn
In many- pi iccm In tlio Iiml law in.it
tcr, which was tho main shot In tlio
Mieniioui Mnk's locker
"We had meetings whuiotur wo
v.ont." onld Ingham this nioriiliw
"And In nwit places thoj v. pro veil
'ten-'prl, Wo laid mircl-il stress on
tlio fact that tho Democrats hao
ini ilit i tliennieh.8 to citriy out the.
policy ot ljnd liw lcfoim, not onlj
to tho twelve thoimud olers of this
TVrtltuiv. tml lo tho enllii) pipuli
Hon of the Hulled Ht.itis, llils li.iv Ins
liti u Inseiletl as a pi ink tu tho n.i
tlnnnl ptttfoini Tlnui, If llrj.m should
ho tlocted, iiml v.ii believe ho will lie,,
lio will liu pltilKcd as tho riteutlw1 or
tho nation, to t.ur) nut the laud law
"McCantllcBs had with him tlm main
pioparod by Governor Carter showing
tho nniouut of public lands loft on
each Island, nnd thco ho exhibited at
tlio meetings. IIo Is pointing out tlio
defect!! In tho law and In tho daml'ils
tuition thereof. In inaii places tho
llawallnus showed Ricat iiilluislasni."
Tho itluir.iry of the itumpein w.13
(jiiltit n strenuous ono. Tliej loft lln
iiolulii In tho Maun i Ki .1 Inst Kilday,
in hint; nt Knhulul Sitmilay moiii
In!?, vvlieniu the proceeded to Will
IiiKii 'lhoy wont to Uliipilakui by
auto tho same afternoon, and hold a
ihlUIiii? nt M alalia that ovciilnK. 'liio
night was spent at Dii Kiomond's
ranch, and Sunday mornliiK thty pio
cicdtd, .lcconipanled by .1 o 1 1 Ituins
nml Sun Kuiila, thioiiKh Kulil klmil lo
Kniipo On Monilii moiuliiK a meet
ing was hold nt that plate, and In tho
evenliiK .mother meuliiK was held at
Klpahulii, where tho night with spent.
On Tuesday afternoon a mccttiiR wa3
held ut l'nulkl, and In tho evening an
other ono nt Ham. Wfdnusdny uflei
nunn a mcetliiK was belli at N.ihlku
At Kein.io two meetings woio hold,
ono Wodncsdnj uvenliiR mid .mother
Thiirulny morning. Tlio party then
went to lluelo and to 1'aimclo. where
a meeting was hold in the evening. On
tho road to Tula tho next nioriiliiK n
few speeches weio made to tlio road
workers found thcio, and at noon a
meeting was hold at I'ata Heio ono
of tlio crowd becuma cntliusliistle. Ho
look tho stump nftcr tho others had
finished nnd beinted tho ltcpuhlic.in
pnrty, which ho accused of having
broken Its platftirm pledges. Wallu
ku was reached In tho af lei noon, nml
that uvenlng a meeting vwis held ut
Walhto. At tho samo tlmo W. A. Kin-
nej, who had conio oor from Hawaii,
addressed a meeting at uuhalni
While Ingham nnd Kinney left Maul
last evening, Link will continue on
his clicult of tho test of Maul and
will nlso made u tour of Moloknl.
ed. In the (list place, an Hem of
fllOU as gunidlins eummissloiib,
M.iq.illluo ucommcuds he dlsillow
ed, Ucjch having chaiged tlio com
mission In the Machndo estate against
this ward. David Callltinii holds u
one-sixth Interest In tho Machndo es
tate. In tho 1901 accounts, .111 Item of
$1J 32, which was paid to C I'. Pe
terson for drawing lease nnd ac
knowledgment, Is nlso recommended
to bo disallowed, Maicalllno iccom
mends that $20, ginidlnn commis
sion of 5 per cent, for receiving and
paying out $200 of principal, hu dis
allowed, for the leason Hint this
money never came lulu tho b inds of
the cunrdlaii. In tho under of tho
Wong Man lease, there Is .ippiieutly
a shortage of $15 foi h months' tout,
nnd It wns consented that this be
In the 190.1 nriouiiK tho guild
Inn's commission or $11 To Is let
ommended to he surch irged, and In
tlio matter of tho rentil fioni Knln
nor. 1 It Is icconiniciided ih it $20 bo
uuiehurgcd. An Item of $(! paid to
O I'. I'eteison hIioiiI ' il-o 1m sur
rtimimrl tn llw mti.iltm nn... .it.t.r ,..
' It... It, i.tni l.i din fflll, ...-....... ....
nil- niiillVI. ., nil.- 1 "1 4II-CUI11ILH, Ull
nppiotlniato mini of n surcharged
and In (lie l')i)i; accounts rm lentals
11I0110 Hut woio lieiu lolleitcd tho
hum of $100, In sep.i lie Items of $45
nnd $5"i oaVh. nio h uciiuiki d Com
millions for this je.ir In tho sum of
$sr.il aro ulfo HiitrhiiMd Coiiiiiiih
sions for 1907 to the amount of $7.tl0
tlio 11I1.0 surch irgul
In summing up the .iccnimls, Mar.
ttr Marculllno ha-' ui,. uuidlin
with being negligent In 1 k dalles and
nskij tho question, ' Is Hits a fit and
ptopor Kiinrdlim of Hu est ito of n
(Continued from V.ze I)
poiir.es for Ihn enr li u nnioiinlrd to
the enoimous sum nl $jt,",1J0 23
white the lcecipls fi nn dl Ihesiitnreh
of tho deputmiul h.i. lopped this
reichlng tho tlgiin 01 Ji'inn2. 0. Of
this amount, tlm Honolulu Wall r
Woiks sjstom has 1 ililhuled (ho
largest single sum Um tecrlt'N rot
the ear umouutlng lo $122,180 82.
Pilot igo mid wliiiiri fees cut n
gieater flguio In tin Tn-ltorj'ti 10
celpts than Is grin 1 dl known Hu
u edits from theo linns In Honolulu
nloi.o lining rouchdi i kuiii ' "
9SI G4 dining tlio put car. Money
uccheil In the oliUe (I tho I'uiin
Winks Depaitincnt 1 iched tho sum
or $57.80101, the m it of this hilnp
fioni land Mloi, k irieuts, and gen
An Interesting ftstiiro of tho work
of tho Publle WoikH department Is In
connection with the money p ild 011
for contracts during the past jcar.
Money bus been paid out for umtintte
In tho hum or S.'II.I.MT.OS dtiiltu thr
past jear. Or.lhls nmoiinl Ir. M
Whltehouso rceelicd about $38,000 o-i
his Nuiinnu dam continct. Chalmers
about $32,000 foi tho new high mIioo!
mid McDonuhl walked away with $-'.!,-0011
foi tho wink 011 tho now WtilluKit
MRlitutug which hlruck tlm f.-iim-houso
of Petti Kiisslir neir Jeffir
ron, Pa, killed a t2earnhl boy and
Injured Mr. .ml Mrs Kresslor .1111'
four children 11 kelthi of boiling waloi
being knocked of the stove onto 011c
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
I'll st Methodist Kplscnpal Chinch,
ins ue'reiniii.1 nveuuo unviu vv.
Ciano, pnttuu Moinlug worship 11
o'clock, sermon bj Iho pastor, "Tho
Oovcinmeut of flod." Kveulng ser
vice 7l30, sermon by tlio pastor "No
Uoom for Christ" Piof. howls will
preside nt tho organ nnd lend the
chorus choir. Miss Mojer will lender
a solo at tho morning Bervlco. Tho
public Is cordially invited to nil meet
ings. Central Union Church Dorenuib
Scuddci, mlnlstei; Amos A. Kberbolo,
assistant minister. Set vices on Sun
day, Aug 23: Morning worship at 11
o'clock! the Ilov, TBiinoterii Mojaguwa
of Japan will pi each, subject "Tlio
Spread of tho Kingdom or God In
Nippon" KvenliiR worsnlp at 7:30
o'clock; hcrmon by tho assistant min
ister, subject "Men and tho Kingdom."
Tho Catholic Chinch ot St. .lolin tho
rtnptlst, Knlihiwacmi, In charge of
Itov. rather Clement. Tomouow,
August 23, feaBt of the M. I Heart of
Mary, 8:30 a. m , high mass, sermdn,
collection, Sunday school. 4 p. m,
The Catholic Church of St. Joseph,
Moauulua, In chargo of Tiov. rather
Clement. Tomorrow, August 2Jd,
Teabt of tho M. I, Ileait of Mary, 11
a in , high mass, seiuion, collection,
Sundnj bchool. 3 p 111, Hosuiy, cnto
Oerman Lutheran Chinch Pastor
Pelniy. 9:15 n m, Sunday school;
11 a m, scivlco; 3 p. in, I'eilcn
Get man Lutheran Church Pastor
Pclmy. 9:15 a, in, Sunday beaool; 11
n. 111 , set vice.
Weeklv Bulletin SI Pen Venv
(Continued from Pace 1)
estate of David Culllhnn. Although
It wns a piovislon that ho file mutual
necount3, Raymond Hcyes has (Hod
these accounts for the fltst tlmo in a
period of eight years.
He wiib appointed guaidlan of tho
estnto In Dceemlioi, 1889, with a bond
fixed nt $200, with 13. C. Damon as
surety. Tor tho first tlmo In eight
Just Two More lots at Puunui
Tract, above Lihha St , near Country
Ulub; Uocd boil, bioping Qround, Un
obstructed View. Size 50 x 105 each,
Price CUT DOWN TO ONLY $150
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BIDQ. 74 S. KINO ST.
W. C. Peacock & Co., ltd.,
Fiesli Tamily Milch Cows
Impoiled and Island
tiule hours (MID'
In Second-Band Machines, llmw yghiy overhauled
sod ready for demonstration
Mctlcl3 of '04, '05, '00.
lievvly jnt.it: J; in fine londitiort.
Newly painted and varnished, and in
f ne condition.
Only cry slightly t-ed, liut clasej
as ',cco:uI luiul. A bciuam.
1907 Maxwell Runabout
Hcv.'ly punted anil varnished, and in
2 !907Mitchel! Runabouts
Equipped with a new 30-H.P. 3ixn
han Engine. In Rood shape.
These are some of the most striking automobile bargains that
have ever been offered in Honolulu
V021 Haimm-lTcrang? Co., ILtci
Large, New Assortment on Hand
INDIA RELISH PEARL ONIONS
MALT VINEGAR HORSERADISH
CIDER VINEGAR APPLE BUTTER
White PICKLING VINEGAR On "wMO
PICKLES (sweet and sour) TOMATO KETCHUP
OLIVES BAKED BEANS, ETC.
JUST ARRIVED. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
marks our daily nenu in the matter of food. We serve
Breakfast fioni 0 to 10 a.m.; Luncheon from 11 a.m. to S
p. 111.; Dinner fiom 5 to 8 p. in. The Cuisine Cannot Be
The Palm Cafe
if the Wall Paper you luive
now is faded, streaked, or
We have now on hand the
Ricatest variety of wall jiapen
we have ever had.
In our special show-ioom for
wall papers downstairs, you
can sec Just how wall, ceiling,
and border will match.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. Kins St. Phone 775.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
The most Refreshing Drink imaginable
MADE ONLY BY
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivcied to offices and residences.
TU I HU n! M
umx ib w nciix m
For the tired brain
Worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
, , , 1 1 1
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
1. niau jiivl Vi
1005 HUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
Honolulu Construction and Braying Go
PHONE, 0FHCE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St , 0pp. W. G Irwin & Co , Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto. SAFE MOVING A SpE-
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new plate and.l
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yo&.
)cais, annual accounts havo been til-
J COR. HOTEL akd NUUAMU.,
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