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EVENING BULLETIN, nONOWJLTJ. T. It., FRIDAY, AUG. 28, 1003.
We are opening up new lines of School Shoes
many are now on display, and many more on their way
Iron the East,
They are made by an Eastern firm that makes the
manufacture of School Shoes its exclusive business, and
there are none on th; market to equal them in quality
We also have a fine line of Children's Dancing Pumps
and Ties. Call and see them.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
These hot .
what a re
made of; If
yours eats up
the ice get an
Theo. H, Davies' & Co., Ltd.,
BIG REMNANT SALE
DRESS GOODS for young ladies at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES. Do not fail to examine our stock for there are
Special Bargains. We will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
L. Alloy , Nuuanu below Hotel
At the meeting of the Historical So-
ilot Inst evening Chief Justice Hart
wcll gave, the history of the nhillcntlon
of Queen t.llluokalanl, which document
lie drafted. Ho tmbniltted the drafts
made bIiowImk the corrections made
therein liy the Queen.
An Interesting paper by Howaid
Ilallou on Hawaiian blblogrnphy was
also read. He has collected the titles
of thousands of volumes wherein ref
erence Is made to Hawaii, which wilt
hoon be published by tho CongK'SBlnn
nl library. Tho paper nlsu nave the
history of printing in the Island!!
white In another paper, liallou told of
the worlt of tho early printers here.
A. V, Judd read some very Intel est
Ins extracts from a newly discovered
portion of the Journal or diary of Dr.
0. P. Judd It covers the period of
1830 ami 1831. the death or Ilokl and
thii beginning of the controversy with
tho early Catholic missionaries.
An extract from tho Journal of (lor-
ham 1). Oilman giving an account of
a Journey In n canoe along the Kauai
l'all In 1845 was not read because of !
tho lateness of the hour but will bo
published III tho proceedings of tho
TO USE LABOR DAY
FOR VOLCANO TRIP
Owing to the fact that Labor Day
falls on a Monday, the Klks.havo de
cided to attempt to mako use of the
opportunity to employ this llltlo vnca.
Hon for another cxcurelon to tho Vol
cano, Negotiations me now pending,
which If successful, will enable those
In iharge to give n rate for the trip of
not more than J2!i, Including nil ex
penses. II. C. Kastnn, who lb In
charge, stutes that not only I?lks, but
anyone who deshes to make the trip,
should notify him soon In order that
he can make arrangements.
Negotiations are going on with tho
Intcr-lslnnd peoplo for the chartering
of tho Malum Koa to leave Honolulu
Saturday, September B and return
fiom llllo the following Tuesday, Sep
Nothing In definitely bellied as yet.
but theie In little doubt that the ex
cursion will bo nnanged and very at
tractive rates granted by the steam
ship company. Thoso who figure on
going should apply to II. C. Kastnn
bo as to have their names on the list
in case negotiations are cloned.
Tho morning paper represents
George Thlelen as stating that the
control of tho Consolidated 1'lneapplu
Company Is In his hands and not of
J. It. Castle or the Hawaii Develop
ment Company. It has slnco been
learned that the stock transfer! cd
was made out in tho name of Thlelen.
The Information published by the
11 it 1 1 e 1 1 u was received direct from
Mr. Kellogg, who claimed that the
transfer was made under nn under
standing with him ns to .the manage
ment, and that It brought tho Castle
interests In suppott of the Consoli
From other sources It has been
learned that there lias beon consider
able friction over tho management
and tho lack of success In speedily
mniketlng this year's crop.
FILES HIS BRIEF
M. I'. Prosper, itttornev for l.lcu
tenant J. I Carter, the man who bo
caino known through his nisault on
Reporter Mooie of the Bulletin,
has Illed his brief beroio the Supreme
Court In tlio'nppeal of the case from
the District Court. The question of
Jurisdiction nlono Is dealt with.
lie slnles In tho opening paiagraph
of the brief that theie is no dispute
as to I ho facts of the case before, the
Court, both parties admitting that
assault and battery was committed,
but that,snld assault and battery was
committed upon a certain ti act of
hind within the.Dlstrlct or Honolulu
known ns the ''Naval Station Ha
waii," which was coded to the (Jov
eminent by the Republic of Hawaii.
The question' uf law, staled tho brief,
Is whether or not Iho Teriltorlnl
courts have jililfcdlctlon over misde
meanors committed on land reserved
by the Federal Government for naval
and mllltaiy pin poses.
Prosser goes Into detail In at
tempting -fo show by the authorlllj
In other cases Hint the Naval people
should handle the cast- Instead or tho
EVERY ONEJS TIED
The pianos that uie now being
wild nt tho Thayer Piano Co. have all
bson thoroughly tuned by their ex
pel t. Indeed, the second-hand pianos
nro absolutely as good as new. The
gicat hargln prices and easy terms
ate pulling the people to tho store,
mid the pianos are selling very fast.
Remember tho tuollci. "Low prlcci
mill easy terms."
Mil. PFOTENHAUER'S BIRTHDAY
THE BEST 5c. CIGAR IN THE WORLD.
"HIGH GRADE. All 1IGHT C010RS!"
PURITANOS FINOS, FERFECTOS, PANATE1AS, INVINCIBLES, REI
NA VICTORIA, REGALIA BRITANNICA, IE
c i a A R s
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.
109 King St. CIGAR DEALERS. Telephone 240.
Distributors for Hawaiian Islands.
Tl.ls Is the birthday of Wm. I'fo-
teiiliaucr, head or the house or Hack
feld & Co. and' Consul for Germany
Mr. Pfotenhauei' Is not In town, hav
lug ectebratcdiibyn business trip In
L'wa, but his friend's will be on hand
with congratulations when ho nr-
ilves. Mr.l'fotenhaiier It fmty-slx
outs old.-stlll good-natured, healthy.
A picnic of the Chilstlau Kndeavor
Society nf-CcjilriiltjUiiloii Chii'ch will
bo given at the new public park near
the nuuailu'ni this evening utffi p. in.
Beets, 9s, 4vl-2d
Sugar, 3.90 Cents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Maiutn,
TORT AND MEhCHANT DT3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Louis Uourdaln, who attracted at
tentlon by threatening to build a pris
on or his own when ho was barred
from the Jollet penitentiary, Is now
In London proclaiming himself head
of n conspiracy to overthrow tho
American republic and mako "Helen
of Now York" queen.
Arthur Stuart Walton, San Francis
co lad, passes final examinations and
Is admitted to Annapolis naval academy.
Orders for Stock
W. E. BELLINA leaves for the Coast
within 10 days, and all orders
left with him for stock of any
kind will receive careful attention.
What Plate do you use? Is it a
SEED, a HAMMER, or a CRAMER?
Some people like one plate, some another. We carry
them all and guarantee them fresh. If you use plates in
your photographic work and don't get good results call and
see us. Perhaps we can tell you what's wrong.
Office worl: by American-born citi
zen with fifteen years' experience
lu hook, typewriting, and genoial
olllco work. Address "F. L.," Eve
ning Ilulletln. 4091-3t
First-class gardener, experienced In
pruning trees; references furnish
ed, "(lardencr," this office.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages wo have recently overhauled
JHEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
Xing Street near South
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC
1057 FORT ST.
! J. UNDO
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
7 OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TE1
Mr. & Mrs. Hashimoto,
Scaled Tenders will be received by
tho Superintendent of Public Worhs
until 12 in, of Monday, September
28, 1908, for tho construction or ad
dltlons and alterations to tho Hnlawa
School ut Hulawa, Koluihi, Hawaii,
Plans and specifications aro on fllo
In tho ofllco ot the Superintendent or
Public Works and muy also be had
front Mr. William Vunnatta, Hllo,
All tenders to be on blanks fur
nlslied by the Superintendent or Pub
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to l eject
any or nil bids,
Superintendent or Public Works.
Honolulu, August 28, 1008.
INQ, and other
444 KING ST.,
If you're looking for a place to buy
choice goods at the lowest prices and
where you get polite attention, try
J, M. llv & uu.,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
U0TEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
LOCAl ANli GENERAL.
If a gas range has displaced a stove
sell It by utinc a Bulletin
Rent Franklin cats. StUyd StbR
It. W. Perkins returned intlav from
Hawaii. - '
Lieutenant It. Moirlsiin, U. S. A..'
Is on the Mongolia. I
White boy for cigar store Is want
ed. See ad this Issue.
Mm. II. i: H.ciidrlck relun.ed thl
morning In the Manna Loa.
lloukl Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J. A.
McLcod, for pleasautcst auto ride. '
Mi. and Mrs. .1. A. Mngoou jn.l fam
ily came luck today from Hawaii
M. -M. Cooke took a departure for
Kauai yoilcrda , sailing In tho Klnnu.
Dr. and Mru. T. I). West left for
Knual yesterday afternoon In the
A fine yoi.ug man, Ameilcnii, wants
n position for office work, etc. See
ad, this Issue.
Mrs. i:. Sahlln will talto orders for
Infants' clothes and burutwork r.t II.i
l'icsldcut and Mrs. (irlinths of Onhu
College letiirnrd in tho Mongolia from
n trip to Japan.
For Hie line it joung, well-rooted
Violet plants, leave orders at Mrs. Taj-
lor s, the norlht.
Take your riirlnge or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Minify Co., lor
up-to-date rcpnlis. "
C. M. I.ovct m1 vt& n pas.-cu?cr yes
terday In the Kin in, vhli.li lal'ed nt 5
o'clock fur Kuii.il.
Tho Conipto do Hemic and Pmi'two
de Uiloudo aro among th" iIut.uiIi
passengers on the Mongolia.
All kinds or beer, wines nnd mixed
drinks nrc J-erved In the best manner
nt tl.o Fashion, .lust give us u try
Honolulu Lodge No. Gin, 'II. P. O. i:
will meet In Itu rooms, Klks' building.
King street, at 8 o'clock this evening.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
ltuv. S. L. Desha arilved fiom Ko
mi today. Ho wilt occupy the pulpit
at Kawulahdo chinch on Sundn) morn
lug. Capt. T. II. Ill nun, U. S. M. C. wa.i
among those who arrived as through
passengers on the Mnngoll i this morn,
Unity lljncs nppuued In tho po
lice court this morning on a tln.ixo of
luicciiy of n $17 kodak fioiii (be Ait
ItasmiKsun, a sailor, was lids iwjrn
lug lined $10 ami costs for itsianlt and
battery ogn Captain LIddy, Iho well
known ngetit or the Sailor's Union.
All thn young ladles In iho city
rliould not Tail to seu the bargains In
(IreiH good that I.. Ahoy on Nuuanu
strict, Is offering.
Coat )our Iron roots with "Arabic."
Vn,i '.fill bo surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. Call'ornla
Feed Co., agents.
The contest of the will of tho late
Prince David bus again been shoved
ahead on the calendar, this lime be
ing pet for tho coming Monday.
William Moutroho Clrahum returned
yesteiday by tho Andrew Welch from
an absence on the Coast where ho
went to lecclvo ticitinetit for his eyes.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this ouicc for live
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
The llaleinanu 1'Incnpplo Company,
Limited, held u meeting or stockhold
er icceiitly, at which It was decided
to Incieaso the capital stock of the
Tho regular monthly meeting of Iho
Kiinalu Ituwlng Club will bo held Tues
day, September 1, at 4 p. in., ut tho
clubhouse. Important linstocks will bo
Shop early tomorrow. Sachs pop-
ulai dry goods emporium closes at 1
p. m. Most Intel estlug specials at
great money-saving pi Ices. See ad In I
today s Issue.
ir you ro looking for a place to buy
cholco groceries at tho lowest maiket
prices nnd where you gut pollto ser
vice try J. M. Levy & Co., family groc
er-!, 'phone "(?.
Don t miss tho last days or tho spec
j sale of Japaueso silks this week ut
Ilium's. All fchades at 10c per yard.
Ladles' gloves, voIIb, veilings, dress
t illuming, mid combs,
Siipeiliitcndeut of Public Instruction
flabblM has called another meeting of
tho TeacherB' Committee, for next
Monday. Tho questions of appoint
ments will again bo taken up.
A. J. Ill.ickman leaves today on the
Mongolia for Europe for n flvo-ycar
courtic of study In music. Mr. lllack-
man has been a pupil or 1'iofewor
Ituilland llodu for tho pant eighteen
Persona) appearance counts. Don't
confine your personal adornment to
your body and not your feet. If ou
want stylish nnd serviceable slide go
to .Manufacturers Shoo Co. Seo nil on
You can get rrosh Heinz npplo but
ter, and mlnconieat In crocks at your
groceis. These good things Jiibt ar
rived along with n roll assortment of
nil the other famous 57 Varieties of
good things for the table. I
Call On Till, one or tho lessees of
Theodoio Richards' ramps, has been
arrested for adultery. Holla Ah Wa
Is tho lady lit Iho case. U. S. Com
mlfcsloner Judd has set Iho case ror
hearing for Tuesday morning.
Furniture cniefnlly packed and safe.-
ly stored or shipped to any point by
Union-Pacific Transfer Co, Phono 58.
We understand tho busliiuss thorough
ly and savo you fiom nnnny.iiices
caused by mistakes or carelessness.
Silvan Toggery hns tho ngency mr
tho celeluated Kderhelnier, Stein &
Co, Hxtra flood clothes for boys and
young men, If you wnnt to see some
thing real nutty In this line call ut tho
stnro now. Tho goods are toady for
Mrs. A. 13, Mlnvlello was operated
upon ut tho Queen's Hospital by l)r.
Monro, lliimphtls mid Judd, and was
on tho oporutlng table ror one hour
and thlily-llvo minutes. Mrs. Mluvlcl
lo liassi'd tliiimgli tho ordeal In excel
lent bl'ipo mid Is Impiovlng rapidly.
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Yottii" Men's CJctl'.rs
IMcriicuncr, Stein & Co.- Makers
THERE'S a genteel atmosphere
about an Eclerheimcr-Stein suit
that makes it the choice of most
young fellows. The makers know
how to combine style, smart pat
terns and expert tailoring in a way
to get effects entirely new, original
and exclusive. You'll say so your
self when you try one on.
Ycu'll Hie the invitible stripe effects,
mist gni)S and liowns. Sizes up to 3S.
Elks' Bid., King, nr. Fort.
Has n foo.l and stimulating value when the proportion is
not too gicat. The danger is in over-stimulation, impos
sible when the percentage is so smnll ns in beer.
Contains only SV2 I,c" cent, alcohol. Its chief value lies
in the tonic and food values of barley malt nnd hops. Drink
PRIMO and you -will be the better for it.
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
McCtll P.IUrn No. 22SS
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON GOWN
E. W.Jordan & Co