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Boys Shoes for
Boys ere :ut satis.led to wear Ihe ucly sliaped mon
strosities formerly called school shoes, One lartje manu
facturer ih the East is turning out strong, serviceable
shoes but is nutting some style into them. We have the
ngency for thess shoes. You'll not do your boy justice un
less you see them.
Mannish styles for young men who ore grown out of
These mo not ordinary school shoes don't fail to see
Accident to Coke Child at Walluku
Causes Candidate to Impiovc
The Fund I
ft I'll f
Mill bi UWS
LOCAL ANO 6ENEBAI
If a gas range has displaced a stove
sell it by using a Bulletin
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner,
, Kent i iniii.lMi Ml. Mh.. aiuK,"
Monk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mi'I.eoi!, for plcasuutesl unto ride.
I l-ii 1 Uiililfii U'tll fnl.i nr.lnio fur
(Siclnl Hi tlm II u Mot I ii) I l.milo Toiiasnlnt nent In $1" the i Infants' clothes uml linr:itwork lit Ha
Walluku, Mnol, Aug. 28, KIIU Coke, h) u 1 1 c 1 1 n ulllcu IIiIh iniirnliiK in Iip I wallan Hotel.
,(iiif of tlic S-yi-ur Did twiim r Mr. niul added In tho fund for tho iiiihIiir )lc- Take ywir' rnnlun or B'lliiiuobltu
Airs, ii, m. uukc, wiiuo piayniB wan turo mnclilnu for me licopio or the t, MnwulUn CarrltiKo Manly. Co.. tor
it number of chlldicn In front or Ur. I loner M'ttleniotit. Tills innkn tho
11. H. Dlni'Kar'H u:llco lust Wednesday amount wiliscrlboil for this fund now
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McINERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
Theo. ii. Davies
what a re
made of. If
yours eats up
the ice get an
& 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. Wc will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
Ii. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Mf $K SPECIAL DINNER SET M or
ym.OD SALE. - 100 PIECES $14.03
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
$14.85 per Set,
LEWIS & COm Ltd.
FOP. A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
109 KINO ST. Crockery Emporium. PHONE 240.
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 andi
see us. Perhaps we can tell you what's wrong.
morning. It'll lnlo tlm oiiou ditch run
ning nlfiriK lllsli htrcct, WnllU'Kii. T!in
ditch In nlionl ten Inches wide mid
iit.onl ii foot deep. It Is open for 11
distance of fifty feet from linos' cor
ner to Dr. Dliicpar's oilier, und from
them to tienr the maiikii end of Ino
Unities, n dlrtiiticu of 352 fret, It I
lio.irdeil. The water wns runnliiK In
tho ditch thnl ni'irnlm;, the grade lie
ins about f, per cent. Kills tlilew u
(ocomitit lnlo tho ditch und In trying
to tenner It lie fell head first mid
was wi'in carried down hy the foire of
the water to the end of luo Stahles,
whom the dllch inns Into Mrs. Und
1 lines' yard and terminates at tho
cane fields of the Walluku plantation
Kills wns shot through the enclosed
dltcli like a shell through a 10-Inch
Kim, for he no sooner fell In than lie
was out al the other end. W. T. Koh
Insoii, .1. Klrklaud, and others who
saw the lad fall In tried to pull on the
hoards, hut Kills was ut the other end
sooner than wns expected. He was
extllcaled from his ierllous Krltlon
and taken home to tho distracted par
ents, who had In the meantime heen
apprnlped of the accident.
Kills received several had hiulses
on the hack part of his head ami on
the forehead, besides an ugly Kaeh o;i
Till' oen dltdi has heen covered
wllli hoards hy Mr. I. Ink McCandless.
and the wonder Is that Walluknni
have not been heard heretofore on tho
subject. The open II. C. & S. Cos
dltcli near the Walluku mill wan cov
ered Mime time iiko. through com
plaints made hy the Grand Jury.
WAII.UKU, Mntil, Auk. 28. Tlio
Uciinbllcan Chili of the Fifth Pre
cinct, Wnlluku, met nt the old court
house this evening, President W. K.
Hal In the chair, whllo Secretary B.
II. Hart recorded the minutes. The
doors were open nt 7:30 o'clock nt.il
the members had to walk hack and
forth wrltlns their slates prior to
handing them to the secrctnry. There
were no benches In the room, bo It
was quite a novelty for tho members
to enjoy standing both while wrlUng
down nominations nnd afterward lis
tening to tho candidates as given out
from the secretary's bench. It was a
quiet meeting, tho leaders of the va
rious factions having for weeks se
lected with the greatest of care tho
best avnllable material for candi
dates, and It Is now up to tho mem
bers of the club to vote their cholco
next Saturday afternoon, when tho
successful, candidates will go around
thanking their constituents.
Candidates are us follows:
Territorial Delegates: A. Knos, K.
II. Hart, 8. Kclllnol, V. T. Uoblnson,
and It. A. Wudaworth.
County Delegates: W. K. feaffcry,
W. E. Hal, Chas. Wilcox. 0. II. Cum
mlngs, Chas. Bailey, S. E. Kiiluc, J,
V. Welch, A. Ilorba, Jr., 12. II. Rog
ers, Win, Malm, Kamaka Kalltanu,
O. Maxwell, M. Dutro, P. Goodness,
J. Nun, 11. A. Wndsworth, R. H. Hart.
S. Kawalhoa, J. W. Knltia, W. A. Mc
Kay, H. M. Coke, J. 8. I.eval, J. C.
Klorcs, D. II. Catp, and C. II. Wells.
Tho other Republican precinct
clubs throughout this County also
held their nomination mcotlngs this
evening. The twenty precincts of
this district -will vote for 10S dele
gates to the County Convention and
32 delegate to the 'Tenltorial Convention.
Tho amount needed as stated by
Hiipcrlnlenilont McVeigh Is In tho l
clnlty of $7(10. It Ih the Intention to
buy u brand new machine not n rec
ond-hnnd one us linn been rumored
uml hIko to piirchax) n miuill dynamo
so that the first class light may be
Tliiisi" ttho aie working for tlm con
cert this evening were much mpilned
to leiiin Hint some people li.ne the
Idea that only tr.no Is Herded. The
amount set by Mr. McVeigh is $700,
und It Is hoped that the law clinic
of the concert returns that go to this
fund will amply make. up the deslied
niiioimt and tho machine can be se
WEST VIRGINIA ASKS
FOR BASEBALL RESULTS
At S:30 o'clock last evening,
Wlielens Kxpert Isbell hcaid the
TTesl Virginia calling to Point
l,oma, California, asking that
Ihu l.omn operator call the
sporting editor of an evening
sheet, to get the results of tho
Kastem baseball annies of tlio 4
major leagues, '
Tlio Fleet is now probably a
little over half way here, but at
that the new Kuhiiku aerial Is
receiving nt about 1,000 miles.
The same distance Is spanned In
S- communicating with the Coast.
WON'T BE BLUFFEO
"Do you think that, after Iinv-
Ing polled the next to the highest
f vote In tho attorneyship mutest
f mid tho highest in the S'liatwlul 4-
f contest, that I am going In let a
-f man like HuITiindenii '.ry to lilutT 4
4- me." Assistant U. S. District
Attorney Rawlins. -f
f -f-f- t 4M
Tho hollcrmakcrs nnd the marlno
engineers of tho Inter-lslaud have a
very fcrappy game of ball on for to
morrow al Kaplolau! Park nt 10
o'clock a. m. Charllo Lambert, tho
popular mixologist will "referee" tho
gnmc. "Charllo" sajs that "tho best
iart of the gamo will bo tlio refresh
KltAZIKIt In this city, Aug. 20, 1908,
to Mr. mid Mrs. Chns. 11. 1-razlcr, a
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
rents. Cost, of mailing, three cents.
Beets, 9s, 5 l-4d
Sugar, 3M Cents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go.
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stack and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE '4.
NEW - TO-DAY
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
1057 PORT ST.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
Purso containing monoy, etc. Ownor
can hayo same by caljlni: nt Kits-
imtrlcU llros.' ClKnr Store, proving
liropei liy, and paying for this nd.
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimca Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with treasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0, Address, Kawaihae,
IlruKs hi'ih cap. Ownor run linvo same
by railing at tho Bulletin olllce.
CieJItoiH aro hereby notified that
If tlio' accounts due them from the
Oriental Store, blleil on or after Aug.
27, 19U8, are not presented on or be
fore September 3rd, 1908, tho un
dersigned will not bo responsible for
August 24, 190S.
Proposals for the construction of
two (2) Trestle Hrldges, known ns
No, ! and No. Ii on Hue of Hawaii
Railway Co., Ltd., across dry gulches
near Union Mill Station, will bo re
ceived nt this office until Soptombor
IS, 190S. Plans nnd specifications
may bo had upon application to
W. A. Wall, MrCandless Illdg,, Hono
lulu, or tho imilerslgnod,
Deposit $5.00. Tho right to reject
any a ml -or nil bids Is reserved,
K. II. KUHN,
Manager, Hawaii Hy Co., Mil.
4092-3t-S M V
I to Hawaiian Carrluo Maufy. Co
I A meeting of tho Teachers' Com
mittee of tho Bo:: id of IMilcnllun will
b held on Monday.
Ilcnutlftil new inllllmry can bo had
at Miss Power's millinery pirlois, Mo
ton building, Korl street.
Whitney & Martli announce their
opening display of llugeilo gowns in
silks, sntlns nnd wash materials.
All kinds of beer, wines und mixed
drinks am served In ihe ben manlier
Ut II. e I'lwhloil. Junt nUe IK li tr'.
(1. K. Nolley, iiresldeiit of the Home
Itulo party, relumed to profcldo over
the Home Hole convention on Monday
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Itev. W. N. I.ono, pastor of Kiiiiinn
knpfll church, with his wife, returned
esterday by the Malum l.oa fioni
A wealth of noollles for lailleV
wear and for home furnishings Just
opened nt Sachs. See ml on society
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic. "
Vo.l will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservr.tlvo properties. California
Ifeod Co.. agents.
A picnic of the Christian Kudeavor
Society of Central Union chinch was
held lm.t evening at Ihu County Park
near the Aiiuailiiui.
C' ei C'nl.i Is a dellcloiM and popular
le ij;!o. Why not older a case for
I.jiuo use. ::.c for dozen bottles at
Hawaiian Sndn Wotks, Phono .'in.
W. T. Holdnson and I). II. Cuse. re
spectively former Assessor und Coun
ty Attorney of Maul, wero nmoug the
arrivals today in the Mumm Ken.
A inn-pleco dinner set for S14.S.V
l'lue decorated Austrian chlunware.
I.ewls U Co., Ltd. Crockery Hmpor
luui 1UU King street. Telephone 240.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
con be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Our candles, and our pastry too, aro
of the best and eer new; our facility
dally sends supplies, und that's where
in the secret lies. Alexander Young
Mrs. IC. 11. I.ewls was hiicccstfully
operated on yesterday morning by
Drs. Baldwin and Judd for uppcndl
tills and tumor. Mis. I.euls Is mak
ing good iccovery.
Maps of the Molokai settlement,
showing both tho village of Knlaupapa
and the vlllago of Kalawao, und tin:
Federal leprosarium are being com
pleted in tho Survey Olllce.
Soniu time next week, probably on
Wednesday night, tho local Japanese,
Including bank clerks, merchants ami
piofesslonnl men, will entertain the
officers of the Japanese training ship.
Mclncrny s shoo store has the
agency for a lino of boys' school shoes
that merit the attention of every moth
er anil boy In tho city. They combine
strength with style. Don t fall to see
(Icorgo Nowleln, a brother of tho
late Snm Nowleln. died at l.eahl Homo
on Wednesday or chronic nephritis.
Ho wns born In I.ahalua and was 77
years of age. He had been ailing for
a very long tlnio.
tloeinor rrcar, himself n Native
Son, ami Mrs. I'rear are to lead tho
grand march ut the ball to bu given
by the Native Sons and Daughters of
tho Golden West at the Moaua hotel
on the evening of September 9.
If you want your shoes mended
quickly anil cheaply take them to the
llcgal Shoo Store, llepalr work done
by special machinery, only tho best
leather and materials used. Itcpalifed
whllo you wait If you are In a hurry.
It Is claimed Hint Cecil llrowu win
not bo eligible for Senator unless ho
returns in time to register, wiicn no
left Mr. Drown said ho was In tho
hands of his fi lends and williugto ac
cept a nomliiatnlu and election u's Senator.
Last night nt tho precinct meeting
in tho Third of tho Kourtli, a boom for
Theodore I.nnslng lis tho party nom
inee for County Treasurer was started
nnd it Is probablo that bpforo tho cop
volition Ids name will become prom
inent, Virginia, the adopted daughtfer of
II. M. Ayres, was struck by a rock
from a blast set off In tho lot In Kill
mukl wheie the Catholic school fn;
girls Is to bo erected, She wns not
Eerlotisly Injured, but suHered consld
ernbly from tho shock.
President (Irllllths, of Oahti Collego,
who returned yesterday on the Mon
golia, btales that Japan Is on the
brink of a financial crisis, and conse
quently tho prices of many staples aro
going up. Tho Chinese boycott has
hurt the country, ho states.
Nothing fuither will bo dnno m mo
contest between the U. S. Knglneers
nnd tho harbor di edging contractors
until tho arrival of Mnjor Ulddlo. Tho
injunction suit has not yet been flltil,
although It is understood that tho pu
llers huve been all drawn up.
A series of lectures uiwm "First Aid
to tho Injured," has been urranged to
bo given nt Alllohinl Collego during
the. coming term. Tho lectures will bo
conducted by Dr. Hand, the physical
dliector of the Y. M. C. A. nnd when
tho dates aro announced, nil Invitation
to nil Interested In this Important sub
ject will bo extended.
Tho new parish liouso of tho Central
Union church will bo dedicated and
used for tho flist tlmo tomorrow morn
ing. It was built In order to provide
laigo quarters' for tho Infant classes
of tlio Illblo school. Tho house can ac
commodate 300 little children In addi
tion to tho parents who may accom
pany them during tho class hours.
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Young Men's Clothes
EJcrliciincr, Stein Sc Co.- Makers
THERE'S a genteel atmosphere
about an Ederheimer-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.
You'll lite the invmblt tlript tfftctt,
mitt zrayt and browns, Siztt up to 38.
Elks' Bid., King nr. Fort.
In Hot Weather. Cool Off!
Duffy's Apple Juice
Grape Catel and
Ilefrcshini; and non-alcoholic.
Either will touch tlie spot.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Hotel and Fort Sts.
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
McC.1I Pattern No. 22S8
' A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON C0WN
E. W.Jordan & Co
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