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EVENINfJ BULLETIN, HONOMJUJ, T. H.f SATtmtUY, AUG. 22, IflOR.
They arc made porous and light, and are the coolest shoe
for summer that you can wear.
We have some very SWELL STYLES in Golden Brown,
Chocolate Tan, Bronze Suede, Russia Tan, and other popu
This is the store for Choice Summer Footwear.
HAD GREAT TIME
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KING.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
(in half and one gallons)
J. A. McBRAYES'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.
109 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 24Q.
Oj-pheum Program Just to Their Lik
ing and They Behaved Like
Society on Parade.
i t imiv ciuieu m me iimiuuii uiucu
Ipfltnrtlnv nnil .inkpil tin, mlltni In In.
vent some mentis by which bos, es
pecially newsboya, may be kept quiet
(ir not make too much noise,
Tilts It onu of the mobleiuB of tho
iirok, ami the editor pavo It up.
The dlscocry hns been iimilc, how
ccr, that hoja can be kept quiet, even
)l ullet In iiousIiojb.
0er one- liunilretl and twenty-five
Ilullutln hovvsIiojb nttoiuleil the
Orpheuni thuttro last ovciiIur no the
gnosis of tho Orphcum management
and the II u 1 1 c t i n. Amt tluiho
voniiKstorfl who aro Klveti to Rhotits
and cat calls mid noise In nil Its forms
wore so Interested and thoioughly
amused thnt they kept quiet, for it
time, and then let loose with howls of
npplausc and calls for more, at tho
To say that tho jounRstcrs enjojed
themceUes Is to put It mildly. Ihey
were bubbling over, and the Rood be
havior that marked their present, a I in
the theatre was very generally com
mented on. Joo Cohen was particular
ly p'cised and the members of the
best vaudeville compaii) Honolulu has
over had, were happy to have such an
appreciative pcctlon In the audience.
The program was a good one, as It
alvvayH Is, and the limine was well
filled. To sa that the kids under
stood tho dlriclolro gown as well as
the) did the bmjo playing, the hi
c)cle riding ami (he wonderful per
formances of Adonis and the iIim
would not be quite right lint there
was nothing that ejciped the fuvor
nlilo comment of the busy nows mer
chants, the llullutlu iiuwsbo)H.
.. a or STOCK
2 Brewer Si Co.- .
Hawaiian Aeilc.Cn . .
lift Com (kSiiRCn ..
Itauallan Sugar Co
llntiomtl hitjrM Co .
Ilonoltaa Siiri' Co
Haiku SfT Co . ..
IliilchUnn SitRr Plrni
Kahuku flAMHlKni 1.11
KlfalniiL suar to....
McRmleSliffflr Co ...
n-Om bueftr Co
Dnnn suirar Co ....
Oolcola Sufcr rum (.0
V ftV) UK)
OoualuCn I 1ii
Pinlifiii Stitar Pt.nl Co vmwi
Pacific Sugar Mill. .. ' """"
I'ala riaiitnlloii Co . . I 7flin
PoXTkro niar Co. 1 7Wl
rimieer ami n..
Waialua (Vsrlc Co. ..,
VVriliitcu Linear Co ...
VValmaiutlgSunir Ci i'-VMl
Wnlmri Sueur M'll to' i
MKCItll ANI OI'S
Inter Munil MnmNI'n I Vnfm
Hon HTM. Co Trel
Hon K r .v 1. to 1.0m
Mutual Telephone Co
Naluku Rubber Co.,
No. A 1
F. P. Kodak Special
This, the latest addition to the Pocket Kodak family,
is a marvel of compactness.
Simple enough for the veriest novice, it embraces ev
ery feature required bv the pictorialist.
The highest grade of lens equipment is put into this
Kodak, and it is capable of the finest adjustments.
Ask to see NO. 1-A SPECIAL.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
THE EDDY SAVES
By using an EDDY REFRIGERATOR, you will save
on your food and ice bills.
Built Right. You arc better satisfied with it ev-
Look into the Refrigerator matter for yourself,
let us show you an EDDY.
Theo. It Davies & Co., Ltd.,
(Continued from Pace 1)
menreil to go iiroiiu'l the outer dis
tricts. This action was decided on at
the meeting of the Home Rule pirty
threo weeks ngo. The traveling ox
pcncei! are to ho p'tld bv tho Kxecutlvo
Committee. The convention of this
1 1 n(y takes place on Monday, August
31, In (ho Kahlllaulau! hall Accord
lug to one of tho evcoiillvo members.
this convention will have In attend-
nuco about 1(10 delegates from the oth
er Islands while tho Oahit delegates
will number about GO, totaling inn.
Chus. K. Notloy will bo nominated
without opposition Jor Delegate to
Letters aro being received fiom tho
outside, dlstilcts, stating that Hofne
Hulo clubs havo been formed anil of
ficers elected. On Mnul, the natives.
so the Home HiiUth claim, will not
support Delegate Kuhto bicausc of his
"Wo don't want any more Spinlards
and Italians to come hero white thcro
are n large number of them in the
country, doing nothing," said a well
known Mntitau. "It Is rather funny
that the philters hero try to vlolatu
tho Immigration law of tho United
Btatcs. The Immigrants will como
here at tho expense of tho planters,
which is a direct violation of that stat
ute. Tho Japanese coming under sim
ilar conditions will bo rejected by the
Immigration otllclals here, vvhllo an
attempt Is being made for a special
permit for tho planters to bring Kiiro-
lican Immigrants hcic.
Accommodations aro being arranged
for tho delegates during their stay
here. Tho first batch will arrlvo In
tho Claudlno next Thursday, the see
ond on Saturday by tho Mauna Kea
and tho last on the Stindny steamers,
Oahu R l. Co
Hon II ft M Co
Hawaiian Pin? apple Co
Itaw Tcr j pc . ..
Haw Ter 4f PC
HawTcrab PC ..
HawTrr i pc
Haw Gov I s pc ....
Ca lltct Sii,; ft Kl Co
Haiku Guitar Co6pc
Hnm. D.lcli Co ,
Haw Sugar Co r p c.
HlloR KCo Con Ape
Hon R T ft L. Co 6 p c
Kahuku P.ant tot pc
Murrcir to'! oa.
Oahu R ft I. Co b c1
O ilul buicar Co ape
ciaa uf;ar uiopc
I'ac Sue Mill Co, t
I'ala Plantallott Co .
pioneer Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua VsrlrCo eoc
llonakaa SuRar co. ih.
Sales Uetwcen llo.mls: C O. It. &
L. Co , $100.60: 20 linn II. & M., $17;
CO Kwn, $28; 8' Kn.i, (28; 100 Hono
kail. $14.25: 200 Hoaokaii. $11.2'.
Notice. No husslons of tho Kx
clinugo Moudn), A114. 21 In S.itiiiday,
Aug 20. 1908. bnlh Inclusive. Tho
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Ir YOU LI lit to wear clothes that arc just a lit
tle different from the rest, you want to try on one of
our latest Varsity suits, made expressly for us by
Hart, Schaffner fc
The new little ideas in the pockets, in the cut of
the front of the c:at, the cuffs on the sleeves, the
trousers a lot of smart new ideas in these suits will
The new fabrics arc especially beautiful; and we
can show you the pick of them.
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES "
ELKS' BUILDING, KING NEAR FORT ST.
Copyright 1908 by
Hart SchifTner ft Marx
$80 per ton.
quotation 4 cents or
Beets, 9s 9d
Sugar, 4. Cents
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Do-id
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manater.
rORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Ft M. WAKEFIELD DEAD.
Word wasi received in Iho city to
day of tho death of K, M. Wakefield,
who was for many )ears n resident of
IIIIo. Mr. WakcOeld died on August
3, ho having boon ill for somo time.
Mrs. Wakefield Is In Honolulu, tho
guest of Mr. an I Mis. C. W. Ashford.
Tho Ilonokna term of tho Circuit
Court vvns opened1 Thursday. Judgo
I'aisonK. and the court retinue will
leave on Saturday and tho actual bus
iness of tho Court will begin on Mon
day Thcro aro two divorce cases to
be heard. Hawaii Herald.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
BnllPtin KditnWol 1 nnm Phonn 185.
NEW - TO-DAY
Pillow Cases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just see our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK!
L. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Notice is hereby given that a new
Directory of Subscribers of t,he Mu
tual Telephone Co. will shortly be
All subscribers desiring any
change of name or address are re
quested to leave instructions in writ
ing- at th nfnee of th? Company, cor
ner f Alakra and Merchant Sts., on
or before Monday, August 31st, 1008,
after which date no changes will be
made for the new Directory.
Honolulu, August 21st. 1008.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO,, LTD.
Tonight will bo tho last appearance
of tho Kieiirh, ll.iUcn and I uller com
1 mny, who have delighted largo audi
tnces at the Orphoum during tho past
threo weeks. A big house Is assured
for their farewell, Thoy leave with
tho best wishes of tho theatei-goers
Starting Monday evening next, tho
I.umlcy cmupiny, headed by lUcliatd
riuhlcr, will 1 elm 11 for 11 short season,
opening In Il.utley Campbell's famous
play or western lire "My rartner,
with the entire company In tho cast.
Heats me now on snle.
Editor Evening Dullotln: -I
was very niucli amused at the Ad
vertiser's front ltago picture In this
morning's Isshl especially as tho
man represented as "Kanepuu" Is not
a man or that iiamo or description.
Ho Is I.. M. Kenunul,n respected res
ident of classic Hauula, In faraway
Koolauloa, who came in from that
vlllago )ostcrday morning via Kahu
ku; It may bo remurked, In tho prem
ises, that Kcaumil brought with him,
in his can luge, 11 couplu of lobsters,
which, to the wrltei's knowledge, were
labelled "O. I'. laukea, Honolulu " It
Bccms that tho Sheriff Is, at least, and
ngaln, ludiscieet In lunching on lob
stcrs, caught near I.ale, as his sea
, Yours for truth.
ONi: WHO SAW.
Aug. 22, 100S,
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE Y0UNQ HOTEL
2nd Precinct "Republican Club, 4th
District, Meeting Notice.
Tho 2nd 1'rcclnU Republican Club
will hold 11 meeting In tho upon shod
of tho It. T. h I.. Co, roinor Alex
ander and Young' streets, Monday
evening, Aug. 21th, 1908, at 7:30
o'clock, for tho ptirposo of dlbcuss
lug tho delegates to go to the Ho--publican
I'lcslilont 2nd I'ree. Repiihllean Club.
CIIAS KAAKOI. Sect)'.
MAUI REPUBLICANS READY.
(Special to tho II ui lo tin)
Wallukii, Maul, Aug. 21. Noxt Tri
day evening tho twenty Republican
l'rcclnct Clubs In Maul and Moloknt
comities will bo busy nominating can
didates for delegates lo tho Territorial
mid Coimtv conventions. Tho Demo
crats will hold their elections of dele
gates to their conventions on next
Kiida), hut T. II. l.joiis, Democratic
leader oil Mnul, says that all their
varlmiH pieclncts havo but one slate
lu each precinct, bo 0110 vuto will
elect each slate Ho disclaims any
mnrhlno politics In their primaries,
and tho mil) icnson that 0110 slato Is
nominated In oath precinct is bernut.o
tho parly Icadeis and voters 1110' iinan
liuoiis upon theli cholco of delegates,
which is riulto tho rovoiso or Repub
lican primaries whero so many covet
Tho Molokal Ranch opocls to liar
vest ISO tons of algeioba honey thli
)oar It has been an ex optionally
gogod hone) )uu nml this Is tho laig
est ciop output evei shipped fiom the
ranch. Maul News,
LOCAL AND (JENKKAl
If a gas range has displaced a stove
sell it by using a Bulletin
Itnnt Prnnklln cars. Stkvds Stbl.
"h" li'c t In belts belling mid
brklet rt Whlt'ie) & Maish's.
I1011U! Hunk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.eud, for plcasantest auto rido.
Mrs i:. Sahlln will tako orderB for
Infants' clollits ami buiutvvork at Ha
It Is probable that tho workeis at
IVarl Harbor will bo eiicouingul to
live In this rit) I
James Spcnrer, the ex-wiestlcr, was
tent to pilson )estenli) for ono year
on a (Jui rue of gioss cheat. '
Tnku )our eur.iagq or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-dato repairs.
Miss I'otver is showing pielty sum
mer millinery at her parlors in tho
Boston building, I'ort street.
Whitney & Marsh mo now showing
many of the new goods recently pur
chased lu New York li Mi. Hutch.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Snecialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or TvDewritcr. Phone 143.
isouco 01 11 now Directory 01 hud
tcrihors or tho Mutual Telephone Co,
soon to bo Issued, is published 111 thl3
II. HacKfeld & Co have just ic
eclved n large flesh bhlpmont of Helii7
goods of every variety. Order from
Consul and Mrs. Saito arrived at
Yokohama safely. Woid to this effect
was cabled to tho slatr of tho Consul
Ralls and other mateilals for tho
Hilo breakwater work aro on board
tho A.-II S. 8 Mexican, which ntiived
In port day b"foio )esterda).
Conies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
The "i mint; Cafe has tho leputatlon
of serving the best leo cream and can
dy In the Territory Tho sailor boys
wld, "Heat since Now Yoih," and they
ought to know.
As n tesult of tho work done by Gov
ernor I'rear and Alonzii O.utluy vvhllo
they woro away n fchort tlmo ago. An
drew Cmneglo may give a public lib
rary to Honolulu.
You cannot get a shoo that Is nearly
the equal of tho Uojtou Regal In any
other make of shoes for $4 00, and few
bettor at any price. Call and be con
vinced. Regal Shoe Store
Awana and Ung Cluing, tho two Or
ientals arretted for doing up C. II.
Yong, Iho Korean spcclnl olllcer, nt
Alcu n few days ngo, wero fined $10
each lu pollro court scstcrdu).
Tho midsummer sale of ladles linen
suits at Sachs' next v.eek Is sine to bo
of gient Intcicst to nil Honolulu
ladles. 1'rlcea havo been cut below
coht to Insure n quick clearance.
Smui)sldo Milk Is of tho very high
est quality and llavnr, and costs less
than half the price of flesh milk. It
keeps Indefinite!), Ask onr grocer.
Theo. II Davies &. Co, Ltd. dlstilb-utors.
Chief Clerk Joshua Tucker of tho
Land Office )ehterday received a let
ter fiom I.nud Coinmlbhloncr Pratt
from San rrnnclsco Ho expected to
start for Washington August 17. Ho
will letiiru to Honolulu Hoptemhcr 11.
Paul Iseubetg nulved lu Hilo )es
tetday after a uconl dip around Ha
waii lu which ho did not have to stop
or mend a break of any Kind lu his
auto He says tho Volcano Is 11101c
beniitlfnl Hum ovei. Hawaii Herald,
Rev, Mljakavvn, 11 well known
picachcr of Japan, who came hero re
coin!) to prench Iho fiospol among
his followiuen, will glva n farewell
address tonight In tho .lapaneso chinch
on River street, Tho public Is Invited
Nantucket (Mnss,) Record: "Miss
Nelke possesses pel feet command of
n powerful voice, united to a ftnu dra
matic instinct, anil 11 vorsalillt) which
tho character of her selections showed
In advantage" Miss Nclko will give
it dramatic ictltal at tho Kilohana Alt
League net Mondii) uvenlng. Admls
slon E0 centB.
I'lrst I.lout. Claiciico S. Rldloy Is
relieved from dut) with tho Second
Battalion of Hnglueers, Washington
HiiiiihKh, Distil"! of Columbia, iind
will piocci'd iiijtan rranclsco ami io
poit to CnmmindlnB (lencrni, Depait
incut of California for tomporan
dut), pending tho silling of 11 trans
pint foi Honolulu, wheic ho will 10
port for dut, Chioulclo.
Whether you drink
it as a tonio or as a beverage,
there is nothing that will braoe
you up and give tone to your sys
tem, so well as a glass of PRIMO
BEER with your meals.
Joseph A. G-ilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIL &
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
CO., Bath, Maine;
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT .TO YOUNG BLDO.,
tmst&' 1 l. j- 1 ij 1
176-190 KING STREET.
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on oux
milk wagons. SimDle, isn't it. Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wnoiesome mux.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
E. W.Jordan &Co;i
McCill Pilltrn No. 225S
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON CQWN