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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOtOTAJ, T. " TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1008.
Boys Shoes for
Boys are not satisfied to wear the ugly shaped mon
strosities formerly called school shoes. One large manu
facturer in the East is turning out strong, serviceable
shoes but is putting some style into them. We have the
agency for these shoes. You'll not do your boy justice un
less you see them,
Mannish styles for young men who arc grown out of
the "boy" class.
These arc not ordinary school shoes don't fail to see
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
STIRS HOME RULERS
Notley Again Selected
As Candidate For
what a re
made of If
yours eats up
the ice get an
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
B0N0LDLD. Sept. 1 1908
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.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
CM $K SPECIAL DINNER SET CM or
pi4.0J SALE. - 100 PIECES fW.OD
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
1.85 per Set
LEWIS & CO,. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
169 KINO ST. . Crockery Emporium.
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. .
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
1057 FORT ST.
No fusion for the Homo Huln par
ty. It will nut endorse tliu cnndl
Mates of the other political parties.
After the above ruling of Presi
dent Notley the Homo Itule Conven
tion occupied most of Its tlmu last
evening In dlscussfnc the political
situation as It stands nt present. Not
toy was opposed to fusion, while a
number of the leaders, notably Win.
White, David Kuplhea. and S. K.
Mahoc, were evidently in favor of u
"give-and-take" proposition. Those
who attempted to speak for fusion
were called down by the President'.
nnd the convention finally decided
to fight Its fight Hlnglehandcd, and
refused to cudorso candidates of the
Commission a Centipede
"Government by Commission Is a
centipede," said J. M. I'oepoe. "It
Is crawling around our feet. It Is
poisonous. We should not allow It
to bite our feet, lest we will bo pols-
dned to death. We, the Home Rul
ers, should raise our voices against
the establishment of such govern
ment here. Our Delegate to Con
gress should bo Instructed to op
pose It most strenuously.
"Tho only lite nnd hope wo have
left Is our votes. Let us not loso
them! Kill tha centlpedol" cried
I'oepoe, and tho convention kokuacd
U. I'ocpoe and Imihia utnted that
the report of the Judiciary Commit
tee of which J. M. I'ocpoe was chair
man, did not contain their names.
They were told by Chairman Poepoo
that they were members of tho com
mittee, but that they had been ab
sent. Tho convention ordered them
to sit down, lmlhln, who wanted to
be known ns an eloquent speaker,
was pulled down by his brand new
linen coat. It was slightly torn.
Notley for Delegate
After the usual minor amendments
had been made, O. K. Kalal of Koo
laupoko arose and nominated Chas.
Kuhlllaulanl Notley as a candldato
for Dclegutc to Congress, This was
I carried without opposition. Three
rousing cheers were vociferated by
tho delegates, and after a few minor
matters the convention adjourned
A resolution was passed, omiow-
crlng the Kxccutlvo Committee to
ask Judge Dole of the United States
District Court to excuse Notley from
runner nitenuance in order to en
ables him to go out on his stumping
New Central Committee
The followjng were named as
members of the Central Committee:
Oahu Charles K. Notley, John P.
Kuhahnwal, J. M. Poepoe. Win. K.
Knlelliula, Abr. Fernandez. A. IC.
Knhanlo, J. K. ICaohl. Paulo Haakll,
S. IC. Mahoc, Kuhlona. Win. Kahl-
Hawaii J. I,. Ahia. John Kalull
linu, D. Hewuhewu, T. II, Ah Lcong,
W. N. Kuuuhlpaulo. J. L. Lenin. J.
N. Koomou, S. Lazaro, S. K. Hanii
lel. Kauai J. K. Apolo. J. S. Moolkl,
8. Mukullu, S. Puuhl, II. P. Kanlkn
nlhla. Mpul Wm. White. C. L. Kookoo,
S. 1. Kaal, Ceo. Kaulil, Q. U, Aola,
J. K. Kauo. J. W. N. Kauhele.
Tho platform adopted, read by
J. M. Poepoe, was as follows:
We dedaro the Independent Homo
Ilule Party Is one of the three par
ties In Hawaii: and In this conven
tion assembled In the city of Mono
lulu, County and Island of Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, do hereby re
new Its allegiance to the principles
declared in Its former platforms,
among which the most Important Is:
Equal rights for the people Irre
spectlvo of race, or color, or nation
We hereby reiterate our denuncia
tion of the wilful and malicious at
tempt recklessly made by some per
sons In this Territory to foment race
issues In order to prejudice the
minds of the people of tho United
States 'of America against the Ha
waiian peoplo; and such attompt "is
gotten up" for tho sole purpose to
create an unfavorable sentiment
abroad of tha native Hawallans,
And we therefore pledge our dole-
gate to direct ull his efforts to defeat
such unpatriotic schemo to deprlvo
the Hawallans to participate by fieo
ballot In governing the affairs of
We pledge our Dclegato to Con
gress to guard the elective franchise
based on manhood and on educa
tional qualifications; and we object
to ull attempts to dlsfianchlse u
.. or SlOtU
Z Breorr k Cd...-i
Kw rttilliun Co ...
Mxw Com A SurCo ,.
Itotiomil SiiR-af Cn .. .
lloiiokipiiKr Co. ..
tltiVii tnrwr Cn ....
llutchNon Sugar I'Unl.
Kaliuku Maikklion t-u
Kltulmlc Sugir Co....
t,l,iu i, i
I, ,),', Rl UI
ir, t 1
(latin bursT Co
Oii'.tntiSugftr Cn ....
O.kolsui.r Plant Co
plan Suicir Cn Mil ....
Pnaliau Sugar I'lant Co
Paclfii- Sugar Mill
Pala PlanlallonCn ....
rtpttkfn Sugar Co....
WfMiiku Sueal.Crt ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co.
Wlint Sugar MIH Co
Hon M T ft I. Cn I'nl
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahiku Hul.brr Cn Am.
Ililo It K Cn
Mm, Hft MCn-
Hawaiian t'lneaiipta Co.
Kaw Itr 4 I'C
rlawTcr t pc
Haw Gov't s pc
Ci llMt Sag Ik Kcl Co
dalku Sugar Co pc
Ham. Ditch Cn ,
II few Cnnl ft Sug Co ) K
Haw Sugar Co h pc. .
Hllo R K Co Con o pc
Hnuakaa Sugar co. f.pc.
Kaliuku P.ant Co t p c.
M'Urvdr-S Co', 61. .
Oahu K& I. Cot.'.c,
Oalm Sugar Co pc ..
Claa Sugar Cn 6 pc. .
Pac Sug. Mill Co, 6l
Pala Plantatioil Co ....
Ploiir Mill Co 6pc ..
WaUluagrlCo f pc
Sales Hot ween
Uryde. $3; 20 O. R. & I
20 Oalm Sug. Co., S2S.
Mcllrydo, 3: I200O O,
Dividends Sept. 1, 11108: Haiku,
1 per cent: Pula, I1.!- per cent; Pio
neer, 2 per cent.
Co., 1 100.50;
It. & I,, (is,
Latest sugar quotation 3.90 cents or
$78 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 5 l-4d
Sugar, 2M Cents
Henry Waterhouss Trust Go.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honoluld Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WUllAMiON. Manager.
FORT AND MliKftHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TEI
wall; or that tho Congress of tho
United States amend our land laws
to suit the conditions of the country.
Our Delegate will endeavor to
amend Section r.n or tho Organic Act
of the Territory of Hawaii .so thut
the government of the Territory of
Hawaii can lun ai power to nsslBt
American small furthers and homesteaders.
We oppose the changing of the
laws of the United States relating to
Immigration, liy passing u special
act so that tho corporations In Ha
waii can contribute moneys towards
the expenses of Importing laborers
Into this Tcrrltoiy.
To amend Section 55 of tho Or
ganic Act by changing the word "of"
In line 49 to "In", so, the several
Counties can bonow money for Im
provements without the necessity of
giving the power to the Counties to
assess taxes on pioperty.
To ask Congrcus tin appioprlutlon
of one hundred thousand dollars for
the purchase of Konbjilkl fisheries for
the use of American citizens.
We pledge our delegate to actively
press the Justice of special recogni
tion by the Congress of the United
States on tho gruund both of moral
principle and human law, of the en
tire equity and magnanimous cour
tesy of granting to our beloved ex
Queen Llliuokulanl a substantial pe
cuniary sum commensurate with her
former position and dignity.
We- hereby make, promulgate our
candidates for the Legislature to the
1 We oppose any appropriation
2 Wo oppose any appropriation
to assist a special Industry.
3 Wo oppose uny unnecessary
expenses In any government office.
4 Wo believe that tho Incomes
fiom nny water system In uny Coun
ty should he applied to the repairing
and improvements jjf the water
woilcs lu each County; nnd wo
pledge our candidates to pass a law
to that effect.
G Wo recommend tho widening
and purchasing of tho balance of
Aula Piirk block for the enlargement
of said park to Aula lano.
0 All license fees should bo ap
plied to tho Counties fur tho benefit
7 All fines nnd costs In the sev
eral District Courts In those cnscH In
LOCAL km 6ENERA1.
The quickest way to secure a fair
exchange for anything is to use a Bul
letin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner,
Kiu fiHiiklin u.ih. Slkyrt tttui.
Honk! Honk! Call Ull or 191, J.A.
Mcl.cnd, for plcasuntest auto ride.
Mrs. K. Sahlln will take orders for
Infants' clothes and burntwork nt Ha
, 'lake your cor: logo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co. lor
All kinds of beer, nines and mixed
drinks uiu served In tho best manner
ut I l.o Fashion. Just give us n try.
The expert at the Hawaiian OfSce
Succialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Caih
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Coal your Htm rools wiiu "aiu...i "
You will ti surprised ut tta cooling
nnd piesciv&livti properties. California
Feed Co., ngunlh
Copies of the B u 11 1 1 i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
The stock exchange has resumed
business nnd Hawaiian Trntt Co.,
members, are pioparcd to liny or cell
stocks anil liondtt for najono who
Theodoio Mai tin, rcpicsuiitlliK tho
Pnclflc Steel nnd Hard wan- Co., of
San Kranclrcn, urrlu-d yt'slurdiiy on
the Manchuria on a biiFluuei trip, ac
companied by his wife.
llnmUomo line of boys' school suits
tit uiu iiinu ,f., cuiiiui roil uui:
Hotel streets. Just the right styles
for tiny boyB up to large boys. Come
and see tho new goods.
Mrs. Kllza A. Nlblnck, mother of
Commander A. P. Nlblnck, U. S. N.,
died nt Indlunupolts, Iml., Auc 13,
10118, In bur 8.1d your. Tho Interment
was In Ctnwn Hill cemetery.
Maps of Oahu and Maul showing thu
changes In the election precincts
which woru niado by tho Uovurnor,
weiu yesterday sent by tho Survey De
partment to the (lovcrno'r's olllcc.
A letter received by Henry Hnpal
by Saturday's steamer utnted that thu
funeral of his late father took placu
on Thursday afternoon from tho Cath
olic church, of which he waH it mem
ber. Captain Wndluims, surgeon at Tort
Shsfli'i-, letiiruod yesterday on the
Munchiirln from Sun Francisco, ac
companied by Mrs. Wndhams. Capt.
wndhnms took his examination for
promotion, Including n long horseback
Tho announcement Is made of the
eugiKcinont of Miss Virginia Wliltu of
Oakland, daughter of the lute Captain
while,. Internal llevenno Service on
this Coast, to Captain lloss I,. Hush,
Tenth Infantry, with station nt Alca
traz Island. Kxamlner.
Collector of Customs Stackahle has
iccelvid not I co fiom the Department
of the Treasury nt Washington of tho
lecognltlon by thu Statu Department
of Alfred Krnost Wilcmnn as lliitlsh
Consul nt Honolulu. Mr. Wilcmnn Is
to arrive hero In July, 1910, until
which tlmo It. 0, K, Koixtcr, tho pres
ent Incumbent, will remain In olllcc.
II. (Hade, wife and child, leturned
jcslerday on the Manchuria front a
years Mull In tlermany, mainly lu
Dresden. Mr. (Iladu was anxious to
seo tho Zcppolln airship experiment,
and remained over one steamer, mi!
owing to delnyH In the airship's Mart
ini,', hu was obliged to leavo without
getting a letV of the wonder. Iloth
Mr. and Mrs. Glailo had a pleasant
District Attorney II. Ilreckons
esterday recoiled a letter from thu
DcimrtiiiPiit of .lustlco verifying Ihn
correctness of tho papers In tho I"ed
t'ui building tlto mutter, and thanking
Jilni for thu elllclent and satisfactory
manner in which tho matter was ctr
i Icil out. Tho letter also contained it'
voucher for the recording feus, which
amount lo $li2, which goes tu tie
liensury of tho Territory.
Chas. T. L. I.udln, electrical con
structor, known In automobile circle:
us the popular Tahnr.inrad, left for
the coast today on the I.urlluo. Hu
will not let mn tu these Islands un
less he makes a fortune with it new In
vention he is working on now. Ills
new Invention Is n device, tyr a tele-
phono connected on thu sldu, and us
soon as thu other end's recelvur if olT
Hie other person can bu seen.
i Young- Men's Clothe?
i; Edcrheimcr, Stein & Co.- Makers
1 npi-IERK'S a gcntccl atmosphere
j X about an Ederheimer-Stcin suit
that makes it the choice of most
i young fellows. The makers know' J
' how to combine style, smart pat- vi
terns and expert tailoring in a way1
to get effects entirely newrorieinal. ""
1 1 and exclusive. You'll say so your-'
! .-. self when you try one on.
You'll lite the invisible itript tfftttt,
mist grail and browns. Sizes up to 38.
1 j Silva's Toggery, "$
.Elks' Bid., King, nr. Fort.
NANCE O'NEILL'S TROUDLES.
Son rranclsoo, Aug. 25. An attach
ment was placed on Yo Liberty The
ater. In Oakland, lestcrdny afternoon
by Sheriff llnitnet, for a clulm of $33U
In favor of McKco llankln, ns mali
nger for Nance O'Nell, tho tragedien
ne. Manager Harry lllshnp illspulcs
tho claim, which Is for it sum with
hold to satisfy the royalties duu
Charles Swlckurd tor his adaptation of
the "Klres of St. John," In which Miss
O'Nell appeared at Yo Liberty,
Keepers pay for their licenses ac
cording to tho assessed valuation of
their stores or according to the
amount of their annual gross In
9 That a proper division should
bo made of tho tuxes between the
Territory nnd tho Counties.
10 To amend tho lnws of segie-
gallon and vaccination.
Kas n food and stimulating value when the proportion is
not too jrcat. The dancer is in over-stimulation, impos
sible vh:n the percentile is so small as in beer.
Contains only 2V: per cent, alcohol. Its chief value lic3
in the tonic nnd food values of barley malt and hops. Drink
P It I M 0 and yoa will be the better for it.
great many Hawallans who cannot
speak, read, and write the English
We pledge our Delegate to amend
Section 73 of the Organic Act so
that our local Legislature can havo
the right to amend or repeal tho
11..U llhlll IU UMIUIIW UI JVJICUI H1U I " .. ...... k(,..,,..,uu .....v
land laws of tho Territory of Ha-jshould bo amended so thut btoro-
which no appeals to tha higher
courts are taken should bo paid Into
the ticiiBury of the several Counties,
to be kept ns a special fund for the
use of tho police department In
8 The merchandise llconso law
FOR SALE AT AIL BABS
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIQARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
are most suitable to
.makeup this pattern.
Please look before
McC.ll Ptlltrn No. 2258
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON C0WN
E.W. Jordan Co.