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EVENWCI BTJLLBTlIf, HONOLTJLTJ, T. H WEDNESDAY, BEIT. 2, 1908.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 2.1908
LOCAL iNi) SEHEEAl
The quickest way to secure a fair
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 nn
less you see them.
Mannish styles for young men who are grown out of
the "boy" class. ,
These are not ordinary school shoes don't fail to see
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STEEET, near KINO.
what a re
made of. If
yours eats up
the ice get an
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
. !' ! JL'lUL-nSHBS
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 ploased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
SPECIAL DINNER SET
SALE. - 100 PIECES
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
$14.85 per Set
168 KING ST.
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
'sec us. Perhaps we can tell you what's wrong.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
1057 FORT ST.
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
Crockery Emporium. PHONE 240.
The) plifut It primarily dleease ol tfcaraL
The Cltiiene' Health Committee'e mm-
Ing oi danger bom plague epidemic rat
phaaliea the Imperative neceeelty ol
wn.t lame wet war '
By using Stearna' Electric Rat and Roach
Paste, the moat reliable polaon, and om
that drWes the rata out ol the houea to die.
It la recommended by the health author
Itlee, and la bought and uaed by the U. 8.
Government In It light against the dreaded
Oet a box ol Stearna' Electric Paste today
and help In the light to free our city from
the dangerous rata. m
3.e.kx2Sei le. . baa 11.00. w
eld by Drugaltte and Oeneraf Iteree every
where or eent direct prepaid on r teelpt of price.
EUfliN runes., . sttim.s.i., ,.,
(Continued from Pzce 1)
was qnlln generally known nmong Jrir
roll's friends, the tnnrrlage enmo as n
surprise to most of them, tho shy
deputy modestly refraining from giv
ing out tho happy news. Kvon Sheriff
Inukcn knew nothing nbnut tho event
until Inst evening, when Jarrctt stir
prised hlra by asking" for n short hon
Jatrctt Is vcll know- . over the
group, h-nlng scned uh ii purser In"
the "Id Wilder Steamship Co. boats
prior to Inking his position In tho'.po
llce department, He will bo (ho can
illdato for Sheriff on tho Democratic
ticket this car.
Mist Molllo Chirk Is tho oldest
daughter of Charlie Olnrk. She -was
educated In tho Catholic Sisters'.
school niul has a largo number of
NEW - TO-DAY
2d Precinct, 4th District.
Owing to the fact that tho empty
Iioubo at tho corner of Alexander
and Young streets cannot bo had, as
odvortlseil. on nccount of undergoing
repairs, tho prtmury election will bo
held In tho empty house, Kwa-makal
corner of Pnwan lano and Young
Htrcct, ono block Kwh of Alexander
fctrcct, on Saturday, September Bth,
1908. between tho hours of 2 and
7 o'clock p. m.
Pres. 2nd Pet. Rep. Club,
CIIAS. KAANOI, Secty. 4095-31
I l.,e or 8TOCI-
C Brewer at Co ...........
Rwe rinntetionCo ....
Hew Com ftSujrCn ..
Hawaiian ucar Co....
Hmiomu Sugar Co ....
Honokaa Sugar Co. ..
Ilalka Sugar Co . . ..
MntchlKin Sugar PUnt.
Kahuku Plantation en
Klpalmti: Sut.r Co ....
Kolo. Sueur Co
McBryde Sut.r Co ....
Onomt.Sug.r Co ....
Ookol. Sugar I'linl Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uil ....
r-aaliati Sugar PUnt Co
Pacific Sugar MM
Pel Plantation Co ....
Prpetkeo sugar Co....
Plcxixr Mill Co
VVallnku Sugar Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar M'll Co
tiKcr-talaiHl Steam N Co
Hon H T ft L Co Prcl
Hon KT ft I. Co Cora
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Rater Co.,
, PalillJn :....
NahiVtl RtihWr Co Aaa.
Oahu RA I. C
lino ll K In
f'm n re m ,9 ........
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Itaw Trra pc
ItawTtr i pc
Haw Govt a n.
Ca Beet hug ft Rcl Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Dllch Co ,
Upfier Dllch 6
Haw Com ft Sue Co fc
Haw Sugar Co o p c...
HlloRRCn Coat ir
Houaltaa Sugar rn inc.
Kahuku P.anl In u c.
Ofhu Sugar Co ipc
Gil Suaar Cn 6 n r.
Pec- Su Mill Co. 6a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co o v c ..
Walalue grl-r -
CI 00 1
Sales Pictwoen II onrds: SW"io
Walalua' Bs, 999: 100 Oahu Etig. Co.,
128; 15 Oahu Bug.. Co., S; o) .Ml
Orydo. 13; 83 MjDljdc, $3; 100 Mc
Drydo, 13; 45 Hon. R ,. M. Co, 117.
Latest aufjar. quotation' 3.87 cents or
77.40 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 5 l-4d
. Sugar, jio Cents
Henry Watirhiysi Trust Co.,
Stock- and Bm. Dipaitment
Membert Honolulu 8tock and J3ond
l t Exchange.
WllLlAM WILLIAMSON. Managn.
fort And mekchant ots.
tel. private exchange 4.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters testamentary undor the
Inst Will and Testament of .lamcsJ.
Kelly, ilcceascd, havluc bcon granted
to tho undersigned by Honornblo Al
exander I.lndaay, Jr., Second Judge
of tho first Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, on September 1,
190S, notlco is hereby given to all
creditors of said James J. Kelly, de
ceabcil, to present their claims duly
authenticated and with proper vou
chers. If any exist, evon If the claim
Is secured by'mortgago upon real es
tate, to tho undersigned at its place
of business, Tort Street, Honolulu,
within fclx months from tho first pub
lication of this notlco or within six
months from tho day they fall dud,
or they will bo foroer barred.
Dated, Honolulu, September 1,
HAWAIIAN TIIU8T COMPANY,
Mxccutor undor tho Will of
James J. Kelly.
Kinney & Marx, Attorneys for Ex
4UHr Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TE1
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK THR
Klrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; In t'inbnto. In tho
Matter of tho Kstato of Allio Kapuaa
Slcmscn, Deceased. Ordor of Notice
of Hearing I'otttlon tor Administra
tion. On reading and filing the peti
tion of Eddie Slemsan of Honolulu.
alleging that Allco Kapuaa Stemsen
of Honolulu died Intestate at Hono
lulu on the 9th day of April. A. D.
1908, leaving property In thp Terri
tory of Hawaii necessary to be ad
ministered upon, and praying, that
lottors of administration Issue (o
him or Bontc other suitable person, it
is ordered that Monday, tho Eth tiny
of Octobor, A. D. 1908, at 9 o'clock
a. m bo and hereby Is appointed for
hearing said petition In tho court
mom of this court at Honolulu, nt
which timo and plnce all persons con
cerned may Appear and show cause,
If any they have, why said petition
should not be granted, and that no
tlco of this order shall bo published
once u weolc for three successive
weeks in tho Evening tlullotln nows-
pupor published In Honolulu.
Dated At Honolulu, August 31st,
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judge of the Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit.
Attefcti JOHN MARCALLINO,
4095 Sept. 2, 9, 1C, 23.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
("Cootinnsd from Pt D'
usher. Ha wore on his breast 'tho
orders) of Kaplolanl and tho Oceanic
and mfchy, other decorations.
As tie sajests urmed they wero
presented to the Queen.
Tho i reception room was fittingly
decorated' for tho occasion. Largo
KnniiiH (were pmccu nt me lour cor
ners nflfthn rnnm. whllo niimnrnua
small khhllls wero hung around tho
walls. Tho pictures of the former
kings and queens, Including the pic
ture of tho late Princo David, were
given special positions In the hall
way. Plants and Dowers were plen
tiful and everything was arranged In
a most artistic manner.
Tho bcuutlful slhcr cup which
was presented to tho Queonby tho
Lahalna pcoplo thtough O. U. Scong,
was given n special placo on tho pi
ano. Most of tho callers inspected
It bcToro they left Washington Placo,
Most of tho callers wero Hawal-
lann,' mnny of whom were mombors
of tho Hawaiian societies and' wofo
This afternoon at 2 o'clock the
Queen gives a luau at her Walk lit I
residence Tho bund Is In attend
ance und will among its numbers ron
dor mnny compositions of tho Queen.
Among thoso who called on the
Queen at Washington Place this
forenoon wero Mrs. W. T. Swlnburno,
wlfo of Admiral Swinburne: Mre.
Cor win p, Recs, wlfo of Cnpt. Reea
of tho Naval Station; Mrs. Lily Auld,
Mrs. Naha Hakuolo, Miss Lucy Kau
knu, O. O. Seong, Mrs. Chns. Oullck,
Major Dunning, U. S. A.; Mrs. W.
II. Dabbltt, Portuguese Consul Can-
nvarro, Mrs. Kamaka Stillmnn, Mrs.
yebb, Mrs. Sam C. Dwight, Mrs.
Capt. Fuller, Mrs. Thomas Llshnmn,
Mrs. J. Pnlko, Supervisor J, J. Fer,n,
Mrs. Jennie Hmytho. W. T. Roy
nolds, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Castle.
Miss Hattlo Ayau, Mrs. Chuck Hoy,
Mrs. K. Holt, and many others. Most
oMhc callers entered their names In
tho rogistor book which Is usually
kept on such occasions.
Governor Walter F. Frear called
on Hor Majesty this morning and
pnld his respects. As a marlc of re
spect to her, tho large Hawaiian flag
Is ll)lng over tho Exeutthe building.
THE STEAMSHIP Toxnn of the
Amorloan-Hawattan lino nrrhed this
morning from San Francisco nnd
docked at' tho railroad wharf, where
siio commenced discharging her cargu
of 2000 tonB. Tho frolght of tho
steamship .Isthmian, which left Now
York July 23, and that of the, steam
ship Oregonlati, which left tho samo
port, w.is also brought hero by tho
liner. The Texan left San Francisco
August 20 bringing tho freight there
for local dims. During tho ttlp down
tho weather was fairly good.
exchange for anything is to use a Bul
letin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner,
Kent r'muKlin enrs. atkyita. atuis.1
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLcod, for plc.isantcst auto ride.
The big steel bridge nt Walmca
gulch, this Islnuil, Is now' open to
Mrs. E. Sahlln Will take orders for
Infants' clothes and burntwork at Ha
Take jour car; lage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-dato repairs.
United States District Attorney
Ureckons was ill this morning nnd did
not report nt his orflce.
Alt kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks nro served In tho best manner
hi ii. u mxiuun. jusi givo us a try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd.. can fix vour Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
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v,w jwui iiuu iwiB mm Amnir.
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents. e
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
ca oe jjrocurea at xnis omce lor five
cents. Cost of mailincr. three cents.
Captain Corn In P. Recs will enter
tain Admiral Swlnburno this oNcnlng
nt dinner, and Coventor Frenr will en
tertain tho distinguished tifllcer to
morrow. Tho record on appeal in tho test
Which Otis Schncfer Intends making
was this morning filed In tho Supremo
Court. Schacrer nun convicted In tho
District Court of heedless ilrhlng find
WJR fined $2S nnd costs.
, REDEEM BONDS
Brewer & Co. Willing To
GlYe Up Agency
Tho stockholders of tho Ookaln Sug
ar Plantation Co. this morning held a
meeting at which they decided to ro
dcuin the entire outstanding bond Is
sud'. of tho corporation on October 1.
after which dato tho bonds will cease
to carry any Interest. Tho bond Issue,
which amounts to SS0.000, ,ws Issuod
In 1899. The Interest Is six per cent.
I At this meeting tho statcmeritjjavas
mado by tho officers of Urewcr eVCo.
that the firm was willing to rcllnniilsh
the agency of the plantation jit nuyj
iwnv uiii-i inu vim ui me present year,
should tho shareholilprs deslro to riar
ry on tho plantation. This qnestlou
Is up to tho shareholders to decide
Tho plantation's crop for tho pres
ent season amounted to 5215 tons, of
which 125 goes to tho Jas. (lay esttto
iur reiunis, ami uio rest to tiio plan
tation. Figuring tho prlco tccehcl
for the sugar at 3.90, there will bu n
surnliis on hnnd nt tho end nf tho eir
of botween 113,000 nnd $15,000 after
all tho debto and expenses hao been
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YotttiK Men's Clothes
, Lilcrliciincr, Stem & Co.- MaUrs
THERE'S a genteel atmosphere
about an Ederlicimcr-Stein suit
that makes it the choice of most
young fellows. The makers know i
how to combine style, smart pat- (
terns and expert tailoring in a way
to get effects entirely new, original '
and exclusive. v You'll say so your- t
self when you try one on. j
Ym'll lUe the Invhitlt strife effect!,
mist grays and browns. Sizes up tt 38.
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1 Silva's Toggery,
Elks Bid., King. nr. Fort. ''
l -J. - j
Executive Committee Qeo. W.
Smith, chairman; Jas. F. Morgan, 1..
T. Peek, A. h. C. Atkinson. J. W.
Jones, H. I'. Wood. F. U. Waldron.
Ladles' Commlttco Mrs. V. F.
Froar, Mrs. K. A .Mott-Sniltht Mis.
F. W. Macfarlanc, Mrs. Andrew Ful
ler, Mrs. W. II. Mnbhltt, Mrs. E. D.
Tenuey, Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mrs. 8.
O. Wilder, Mrs. h. T. Pock, Mrs1, E.
S. Church, Mrs. H. It. Macfarlanc.
MrB. A. O. Ilawes Jr., und Mrs!,' V.
Decorative Illumination Colnnlt-
tco Chairman, J. W. Jones; W. A
Love, A. E. Murphy, A. Mencforfllo.
Excursion Commlttco Chad-
man, Fred. I.. Waldron: A. W. Van
Valkcnberg, Wlllard E. llrown, E.
llerndt, Fred. C. Smith, Win. Thomp
Sports Committee Chairman. A.
L. C. Atkinson; I'nildy R)an (box
ing, wrostllng, and tugs-ot-war), Sum
A. Walker (regatta).
Transportation Committeo Jas.
P. Morgan, chalunan; Jus. J. Mc
Lean, and A. F Clark. .
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument .Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDQ., 176-190 KING STREET.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
IK FOREIGN P0BTS
Wednesday, September 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Kept. 2;
Ilk. Annlu Johnson, from llllo, Aug
HILO Sailed Aug. 31:
., S, S. Mexican, far Sallna Cruz.
e ea e
Judge Alton D. Parker and Do Lan,
coy Nlcoll arrive lu San Francisco
and marvel at wonders of tho State.
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where you get polite attention, try
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