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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUIISDAY. SEPT. 3, 1008.
Boys Shoes for
Boys arc net satis ted to wear the ugly shaped mon
strosities formerly tailed 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 arc not ordinary school shoe don't fail to see
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KING.
Keep food pure
and fresh with
the least ice by
Easiest to clean.
Theo. II, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
as delicious as high .rt candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and. always pleisant to the tongue. PAKOCHE,
FUDGE, and OLD-TIME STICK CANDIES are specialties
for this week.
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. KBAB FORT.
BIG REMNANT SALE
DRESS GOODS for young ladies at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES. Do not fail to examine our stock for there axe
Special Bargains. We will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
!L. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
SPECIAL DINNER SET
SALE. 100 PIECES
. CALL FOR PROTEST
Supporter of Baldwin Is
Excited Over Wells,
Case & Co.
Killtor Evening Hntletln:
The primary nominations held herd
Inst evening In thu Mil precinct, at
Wailiikii, iMiuil, for delegates to the
Territorial, District ami County con
vention was cnrrleil on imccessfully
by tlio Wells, Caso & Co. "machine,"
under the Imnnur of reform, much to
the disgust of ellltena who ever have
fitment and clean politics at heart.
Nominations were made hy Wells,
Case & Co. In writing, placed upon the
desk of the chairman and not read to
those present till alter 8 o'clock p. m
wlitn the nominations had closed, thus
Independent, honest, clem and con
servative cltliens and voters wero
side trucked and thoso who nre the
serfs and slaves of Wells, Case & Co.
thrust upon the voters and Republican
party. That voters and party men
should be called upon to elect men of
questionable character and who are
much less "at least some of them,"
thun a swaggering and vulgar lot of
frauds, simply to aid and assist Wells,
Case & Co. to ventilate their spleen
and veiiKoance against II. 1', Baldwin
for some real or fancied grievance, Is
an outrage and nn Insult to public In
telligence and honor. There arc no
end of "I.cgsoiis" to these tactics. If
Wells, Case & Co. thus prOioso re
form mid they are to find moral sup
port. It should at least proceed from
men of clean, honest and disinterested
It will not do for a few men of the
Wells, Case & Co. type to work up a
"pretended reform" movement and try
to give It character by putting a lot
of misguided candidates before the
public as their sponsors and prophets,
llkewlto It will not do to thrust upon
the Republican party a group of
quacks, pretenders und self seekers of
tho Wells, Case & Co. typo The Re
publican party Is not edified, nor Its
support won by such material as can
didates to a convention nor by such
All thu herfs, sponsors and proph
ets of Wells, Case L Co. nominated
last night lack honesty of motive,
there Is not ono among them who
either directly or Indirectly ha not
an axe to grind or n grievance, how
ever slight, against II. 1. Baldwin,
thus the welfare and progress of the
Republican party Is sacrificed to sat
isfy the whim of these pretenders of
Walluku, August 29th, 1908.
Yours for clean politics,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 3.1908
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C lrtw.f li Co ..H..mM
Bw Plantation Co ....
lUwtrtiln tlc Co.,.,
Haw Com ASK? Co ,,
Hawaiian sugar Cu .
Ilofinmu Sugar Co .
Honoltaa Sugar Co
Haiku suirf Cn . ,,
Hutc hlaon Sugar Plant
Kahili. Ptaiiallmi u
Kir ahtllc Sugar Co . . . .
Koto Sugar Co ....
McHtflabuttr Co ....
O.hi bnnr Co
Onomt. Sugar Co ...
Ookoti Sugar Plant Co
Otat Sugar Co I III ...
raaiiau Sugar riant Lo
Pacific Sagar Mill
Pali Plantation c. ,,,,
Plmi.fr Mill Co
Wt luku fiajar Co ....
Wajmatia'o Sugar Co.
Wah.ua Sugar Mill Co
tntr Uland btrant N Co
Hawaiian Electric Co.
Hon R T .V L Co Com
Mutual T.lniliouc Co
PaidUi. , ...
Nahiiu Rul.tw Cn Am.
OlhuKJIc I. Co
Hawaiian I'liimpplt Co.
Haw Tar pc..,.,,.,
ILw Gov 1 1 tic
C Sl hug It R.I Co
, 9 pc
Haiku Sugar Co 6 lie
Ham Ditch Co ,
tirucr Ditch It
5 WW ouu
Harw Sugar Co f p c.
HMO H V.O UIB OPC
oookaa Sugar co ilpc.
HonKTft LCi. 6. c
Kahuku Pant Co 4 pc
aaVUrrdf H to'aol.
Oaha R& LCoouc'..
Oobu Sugar Co pc ..
Ohu Sugar Lo 6 p c .
Paoi Sun., Mill Co, t
Palu Plantation Co ,,,,
PlouMf Mill Latua..
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Sales Dctween Hoards: r.n Wala
lua, gi. Session: GO Mcllrjtlf, 3:
CO McDrydc, ', 25 Mcllryde (1
Litest sugar quotation 3.E85 cents
or $77.70 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 7 l-2d
Sugar, 3.885 Cents
Hinry Waftrtiouse Trust Co.,
Stock mi Bind Department
Mombert Honolulu Stock and Bond
WIlllAM WILLIAMSON. Maaar,
PORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
.85 per Set
169 KING ST.
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY 0N1Y.
TliU poiitilar theatre was crowded
again last night. New films nro put
on every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, and the new singer, I.oona Clif
ton, with her sweet voice. Is proving
a big drawing card. The boss of the
Fleet hao found out that the Kmplru
is tho nlace where they get the worth
of their money. Several novelties In
no wniius have Just armed.
Excessive or continued use of al-
codomc beverages always results In a
diseased condition of the nervou ays-
The drinking man la often heard 'to
Lay, "I can stop of my own free will
and when I wish," but the poor fellow
Is now devoid of the power to act al
the proper time and In the right way,
Its too late, the craving haa secured
J firm hold and because of the' diseased
nervous system ho has not the abllltj
for austalned effort The result we all
Drunkenness U no longer considered
a crime; eminent scientists and'pby-
blclans hae agreed that It Is a disease
and must be treated as such.
The home treatment that has been
used tor a number of' years and II
highly successful, Is Orrlne, It la sold
-inder a positive guarantee that If It
does not effect a cure your money will
Orrlne Is In two forms. When desir
ing to give secretly, purchase Orrlne
No. 1, and If the patient will volun
tarily take the treatment, Orrlne No.
S should be given. The guarantee Is
the same In either case. Orrlne costs
I'ut $1.00 per bos. Mailed la 'plained
.fuled wrapper on receipt of price.
tVrlte for free treatise on "Drunken
liens" mailed in sealed envelope by
1 he Orrlne Co , Washington, T). C.
.vjld by leading druggists everywhere
Mid In this city by Honolulu Drug
Co . Ud.
NEW - TO-DAV
Baseball and Boxing
Will Be Sports
Crockery E mporinm.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG QLDG., 176190 KINO STREET. PrIONE 237.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF KIPAHULU
Notice Is hereby given that by or
der of tho Vice President n speclul
meeting of the stockholders of tho
Klpahulu Sugar Company will bo
held on Thursduy, September 10th,
1908, nt 9 a. in , at the ofllce of tho
Company In the Hackfeld Dulldlng,
Honolulu, T. II , to consider a prop
osition received fiom II. Hackfeld &
Company, Limited, to purchase all
the outstanding shaies of the capltul
Secretary Klpahulu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, September 3rd, 1908.
Tho amount of sport planned for
tho time when the Fleet will be In
port here la small compared with
what was held during the stay of the
Atlantic Fleet. It will bo confined
practically to baseball and boxing.
Tho baBebnlt will be between teams
from the various ships playing
amongst themselves, and between
tennis from the ships und from tho
The Honolulu llaseball Leaguo Is
the first to take up officially anything
lit the nature of cooperation with tho
Fleet athletic officer, Flag Lieutenant
Protect of the U. S. S. West Vlrglnlu
In the arrangement of baseball games.
Games In the regular schedule of the
Fleet had been planned during the
run' down here from the Coast, and
these will bo held, probably every
afternoon, at Aala Park. Uut the
plans of tho local league can be made
to, fit In with these original plans
very well, so that they will not Inter
fere In the least, nnd so that the
games nt llaseball Park during the
time the cruisers remain In port can
be always with the tars piling up
one side of the score,
Doxlng Is not exactly In the same
boat, as It Is probable that tho plans
which were made somo time ago for
carrying out In Honolulu by the men
of the Fleet will be changed some
what to fit In with those of the local
pro'moters. The shows which Paddy
Ryan and Jack Scully nro going to
give will In all probability attract
the talent of the Fleet, and pictur
esque If not vory broadly outlined
plans of holding bouts on tho docks
for purses to bo put up by the sallorB
out of their pockets, will pjobnbly
nor. Btana the Btraln of an attractive
place "for tho bouts, a well-planned
house, and something which has the
real smack of the boxing camo about
In fact, baseball eery day and
boxing' Saturday evening nnd Mon
day afternoon will probably about
complete the round of sports for this
first Btny of the Pacific Tleet In port.
LOCH AND IENEIAL
The Quickest way to secure a fair
exchange for anything ii to use a Bul
letin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Kent f ruuklin urs. start's otuis.'
Mrs. C Sulillu will take orders for
IntantV clothes and burntwork at Ha
Take jour car.luge or automobile '
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. tor
up to-date repairs.
All kinds of beer, wlnen and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at tl.e Fanblon. Just give us a try.
Voutiir Ilrtis. ait.' runn iik it launch
to the different warships nil night for
the benefit of the officers. Faro $1.
' Sub Mniinger K. Otsuka of the Yoko
hama Specie Dank went down In the
tinln this morning to Wulalua and Wa
It Is rumored that Abraham K. Kail
lilkini, now residing In Kauai, will
run for County Attorney on Hie Demo
wmi juu. iron roofs llb "Arablr. "
You will bs surprised at, Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents
Keep food pure and fresh with the
least Ice by using an IMdy Refrigerat
or. Sold by Tlieo. II. Davleft & Co.,
8. K. Kneo,, County Attorney of
Kauai, who came down In the Klnnil
esterday, will leaw fur Ills home this
afternoon at S o clock.
The registration board hold three
sessions esterday, tho total number
enrolling being 141. This makes a
total for two da)s of 810.
A. mom's corset mid hosiery sale Is
bringing out man bujers Ladles are
finding It to their advantage to stock
up. Don t miss tho sale.
Miss rotter, Honolulu s lending mil
liner. Is Just In iccelpt of i beautiful
lino of reception hats. Parlors In Hon
tun building ptcond floor.
Her .Majesty Queen l.llliiokalailt, oc
compt.ile.l h) John D. Alimiku In a
carriage, took In thu sight of Admiral
Snlnbtirne's warships this morning. "
Play for the Tanssin Cup will be
conducted nt nil tho links on this
Island, nnd will be open for umatour
golfers on all the Islands.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped reedy for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cent.
Have jou got the wireless telegraph
hnblt. Don't spend n week Id uorr)
try wireless for business and personal
communications with thu other Is
lands. Two Inches of rain fell nt Walalua
Monda ulgh. There was much tils
play of lightning and the tclephono
lino along the railroad suffered se
verely, Honolulu Photo-Supply Co. Is well
slocked with kodaks, films, plates ami
camera supplies of eery description.
Everything fresh. The largest photo
supply house lu the Inlands.
As tho cticst". of th ftaff of Hie
Japanese Consulate nnd the Yokoha
ma . Specie bank, the onlceis una
cutlets of thu Japanese training ship
Tnlsel Maril left for Walpahu nnd
Wuhlnwa this morning, leaving thu
deiiot at 8 o'clock,
in order that tho permanent pave
ment In Queen street need not be torn
up should future traffic requirements
necessitate the running of Rapid Tran
sit cars from Fort on to Queen, the
company Is putting In n new piece of
track to connect tho Fort street ami
tho Queen street lines befort thu new-
block pavement Is put down.
Andrew r. Voss, son of Henry Voss
of the Pacific Guano and Fertilizer
Company, has been awarded a patent
on an Improved spring dlvlrftrs and
calipers. The Inventor formerly
worked for tho Honolulu Iron Works,
und was at different times employed
by the llllo Railway Company, und by
tho Hawaiian Commercial und Sugar
Companv at the Ptiuncnu mill.
On Tuesday evening lightning
struck und literally tore to pieces flva
telegraph poles suportlng the tele
graph lines of the Wireless Telegraph
Company from Uarbcr's Point to (lie
city offlco. Thcso were right in sue-'
cession near tlio Kallhl slaughter
house. The phenomenon was wit
nessed by a Chinese who was so
greatly frightened that he could not
speak for several hours.
CHANGES MADE BY
DR. KATSUjUTO SPEAK
In jestcrdny'H Issue of the Hull c
1 1 n thu name of I)r, Kutsiikf us ono
of thu speakers at the Inspection of
tho now High School building, Septem
ber 11th, from 4 to C p in, was Inad
BULLETIN ADS PAY -g
Under thu Municipal Art the
f offcers to bo elected and their re-
Sectlvo salaries will bo as fol-
f lows: Mayor, $3000 a jcar; sev-
f en Supervisors, SC00 each; Slier-
Iff, 12400; County Clerk, $2100.
Auditor, $1800; City and County
A(lorne), $2400; Treasurer $2100.
All or these will run nt large,
contrary to tho provisions of tho
f County Act, under which the
SiipcrvUors ran In the districts
f In which they lived. Deputy
Sheriffs will bo elected each
from his own district ns before.
BULLETIN BOYS WERE
WELCOMED ON SHIPS
"Good luck today" was the gcnoral
comment of tho Ilnllelln nowsboys yes
terday aftornoon ns a result of tho
ability of the oungsterR to gqt on
hoard the warships promptly after tho
U u I i e 1 1 n wus out. Tho buys hud
practically' the freedom of thu torpedo
boat (lontro)ern and tile fortunate ones
were nllonud on the crulseis. Tho of.
fleers and men of thu ships were keen
for the news of tho day and tho cablo
news review given In tho I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n,
which was stiougly In evidence on nil
jt I--. .
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Young Men's Clothes
EJcrhcimcr, Stein & 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.
Ycu'll lite the invitiblt stripe tffitit,
mitt grays and It turns. Situ up ti 38.
Elks' Bid., King. nr. Fort.
That old saying, "In Rome do
as the Romans do" applies equally
well to Honolulu.
Everybody in Honolulu drinks
ItiS the home brew and is
superior to any other bear sold in
w m . ss -i - v '
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
E.W. Jordan Co.
McCall Pallers N.. 225S ,
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON C0WN
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