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EVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUIUUY, SEPT. 3, 1008. - - 3
THE BEER YOU ARE USED TO
IT'S ON SALE AT EVERY PORT.
Whether yon buy it in Alaska, the Orient, or Hawaii,
it is of that same speoial quality that has always placed it
in the lead.
HONOLULU'S BIG STORE
On Fort and Merchant Streets
Floor Space, 22,501 Square Feet. The Place To Buy
Your . q
STATIONERY, BOOKS, TOYS,
and SPORTING GOODS
The Wonderful COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE. We
keep in stock MARCONI VELVET TONE RECORDS. Call
in and ask to hear them; also EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
and RECORDS AND 100 OTHER THINGS WHICH GO TO
COMPLETE A LARGE STOCK
WE HAVE SAVED YOU MONEY IN THE PAST.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE FUTURE.
Our KING STREET STORE, at the old stand, will cany
the same line.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
The Right Kind
of Boys' School Shoes
We handle them. They're made by the famous 0. H.
Aldcn & Co., the largest shoe manufacturers in the world
for boys and who catct entirely to boys' needs.
The Aldcn shoes arc made of vicl kid and box calf,
with heavy soles, low, broad, and flat heels and with the
snap and go about them that boys like.
The Uniform last is the most popular. Price $3.50.
HAVE YOUR OLD SHOES REPAIRED while you wait
REGAI SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies the light
three-fold without consuming any more current than the
ordinary lamp. It needs but a trial to demonstrate the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Good Folks Take
HOT HILO POLITICS
Hllo, Sept. 3. The IIcrnM Fays;
Ah slick n ploco of politics us wait
ever ecen In tlio Territory of Hawaii
was put through tlio Hoard of Super
lors yesterday nfternoon, when ro.ul
Bupcnlsurg who nro now In oftlco wcro
minimal lly returned ami their places
filled with Homo Killers.
The members of tlio llonid who did
tlio trick woro:
V. A. Todd, chairman of tlio Hoaid
mid Supervisor from South llllo, Home
W. N. l'urdy, Snpervihor riom 11a
niakua, Homo Itulcr;
V. M. Knlnlwna, Supcrlnor from
North and South Kona, Home Itulcr;
O. I). Supe, Superlsor from Puna,
With or without charged agalns:
them, and without any opportunity to
answer charges, alt tlio present Hond
Supcrlsors wero llrcd to inako room
for men wIiohu politics were In lino
with those of Todd, l'urdy, Kalntwnn
ami Hupe, In liny districts whern piillt
lent harmony did not exist. This gives
the Homo Hitlers nliholuto routiol of
all tlio road workers In the Coiiiily of
Hawaii, ami no Homo Hula oto on
November 3 will probably mean no
Job and no iiamo on tlio pay toll.
It was a slick pleco of politics alt
right, but as dirty anil contemptible
an act of business as could over liavo
been Invented by tlio Devil himself.
To discharge n man from Ids Job with
out an opportunity for defcuso may bo
a subject for thanks In Iho next pray
er of Mr. Kalulwna at (ho lloatd's
proceedings and by Member Todd at
tlio Salvation Army services.
Tlio Hoard of SuperMsors of tlio
County of Hawaii met at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, In regular month
ly session. After roll rail, which
allowed Woods tho only ubsenteo, a
recess was taken to 3 p. in.
LAST NIGHT OF
HEART OF MARYLAND
A full liouso enjoyed tho second per
foinuinco of Ilehibco's famous war
drama at tho Orpheum last night as
presented by Hlrhard Huhlcr and tho
Uiniley company. Tho Icaileis, Miss
Thornton, Richard llulilcr, Chester
Stevens, Leo Milliard, Tom Lowell
and tho entire company duplicated tho
first night's success, nml for their
cleer work wero rewarded Willi num
erous curtain calls. Thu stago direc
tion and scenic sellings reflect great
credit on Sir. Buhler as a director. To
night will bo tho last performance of
"Tho Heart of Maryland." "t'lnoy
nidgo" will bo thu hill for Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday mntlnco and
night of next week. No Tietler play
could liavo been selected to open tho
last week of tho I.umloy Company's
engagement. Tho characters In tlio
play are familiar. Southern types
broadly drawn, and there Is a llttlo
world of pcoplo In tho cast. Tlio
scenes aro laid In tlio South, tho moun
tains of Tennessee. Tlio story tells
of love, bats and revenge. An nliund
unco of comedy run throughout tho
play. Now specialties will ho Intro
duced between acts.
Thompson, I M Lowli. Miss A. nig
liuux, Mrs. W. Campbell. Master Canii
boll, Mrs. Iliicklaud, Ccoigo C Heck
ley, It. W. Shingle. S Lowiey, I-' Low
rey, Mrs. I. Dudley, Miss M. !. Lung
erln, E. Illean, J. Abadle. V. Lappo, C
K. Edmunds, H. Curtwrlght Jr., 11. Gos
ling, J. rinney, S. K. Wilson, K. II.
Loomls, W. J Knrrattl, Mis W. .1
Knrrnttl, Tom May, ,V. ,T, Clionft Si
Fukanci, Y. Kuto, Miss Toi.io .ii.n.. n
COMBUSTION OF LIME
CAUSED JONOMU FIRE
Drawer & Co.. the agents of the Ho
lioinii Sugar Company, this morning
received In the Mnun.i Kca mall nil
lces regarding the burning of the
landing warehouse nf that plantation,
tho news of which was exclusively re
ported by tho Hullo tin a cuiiplo of
It appears that tho warehouse which
burned contained only ilco, fertilizer
and lime, nml that tho flro stinted In
tho night fnnu spontaneous comous-
ttou nf tlio lime Owing to tho fact
that boiiio of tlio goods weio saved
whllo sonio weu- damaged by water
It Is Impossible to estimate at this
tlmo tlio extent of tlio damage, but
Malinger Robertson of Droucr & Co.
states that he feels sura that It will
not exceed the amount of the lusiir-
n n co, which Is about seven thousand
Tho other landing warfjiouse, :n
which tlio machinery Is contained, was
Tho report of tho Hoard of Heglstra
tlon Is an follows
UUI'OHT OP IIDAHI) OF HI'.OISTUA-
TION OI' VOTKItS, 1U0S.
lib District 9R
nth Dlstilct Ul
ltli District f.l
nth Dtstiict n;i
4th Dlstitot :.
Gth District ftl
MANY TAKE ELKS'
Tho flagship Maunn Kca Is prepared
to tako tho Elks' Volcano excursion
to llllo this afternoon, leaving hero at
3 o'clock. According to tho plan as
laid out by H. C. Eastou or tho Hawaii
Specialty Company', tlio Muuna Kca
will urrlvo nt Hllo early tomorrow
morning. Sho leaves tliero Monday,
September 7 nt 4 p. m., arriving nt
Honolulu Tuesday morning not later
than 7 o'clock. Following Is tho list
of tho excursionists:
Miss M. E. Olson, Miss McCaho,
Miss P. L. nose. Mrs. J. T. Koppler,
Mrs. U M. Gray, Miss M, Colman, W.
J. Lent, Mrs. W. J. Lent, Miss M. E.
French, Miss M. Itccd, Clias. Dartlctt,
Mrs. Chas. Dartlctt, Miss E. do la Nux
Miss M. E. Leslie, Miss A. Sparrowe,
Miss L. Whltbeck, 11. S. Simpson, E.
C. Ithodes, W. II. Gill, A. XI. Clark, Y.
Muto, J, Kawano, E. Wnclu, N. Otsuka,
Lieut. O. C. Ilowcn, A. H. Cjurroy, A,
A. Ehcisolc, E. J. Itccco, A. M.
Schmidt, M. II. Perry, Jas. Wlnno,
John Ahinoy, Jas. II. Fuddles, W. J,
Cooper, F, C. Wntorbury, C, II, Hits
taco, W. Sproule, M. Hnso, K. W.
Wheeler, Hollemaler, It. A. Woodward,
Mrs. H. A. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Gorman, Mrs. F. II, McCallum, Miss
L. Goldlng. II. C. Easton, E. 3. Lord.
J. T McCrnsbon, II, S. Hopkins, I'. E.
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
Stanley Stephenson, p. E. R. Strauch
Tiie Paint Shop.
131 King St,
NEW HOUSE and lot at Waikiki,
near Camp McKinley, 6 rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100. PRICE
REDUCED TO $600!
$10, House on Lililia St. above
Vineyard, 2 bedrooms,
74 S. KINO. ST.
Total fr Day .'
1th District S2
Ctli Dlstilct r.7
4th District SS
nth District T..1
4th Dlstilct 8rt
nth District .'. II
Total for Day
4th District CO
Gth District S3
Ith District ' SI
Mil Dlstilct 2.'.
Ith Dlstilct lift
5th Dlbtilct :1U
Total for Day
Sept 1st 3V
Sept. 2nd HI
Sept. 3rd T 311
Sept. 4th 2
Total registration to evening of
4th of September 1423
PARADE WHEN SHIPS RETURN
(Continued from Pace 1
which is peeled with tlio same knife
which slices nianllu hemp with nice
ty, and served In large, circular,
slabby pieces to all hands who have
Invested In tho festive occasion.
Men Are Orderly
Tho men on snoro leavo aro very
orderly, and tho streets, though
crowded, ns quiet as at nny other
tlmo. Tho police squads from tho
crulseis aro called on to do llttlo
clso than direct Inst ones hack to
their happy homes aboard ship.
Cleaning ship was so fur finished
yesterday that a lurgo party was
ashore last night, seeing Honolulu,
tho first regular shoro leavo except
for a few men from tho destrnjers.
1909 Four Cylinder
, Stevens Buryea
IN BRIN3INQ OUT THIS NEW MODEL we do not in any way retract any claims
tlint wc have made for tlic six-cylinder car which wc arc firmly convinced is
the highest type of automobile construction. In response to a demand for a
larger, roomier car than our 20-horscpowcr. 4-cylindcr Model R, and more
moderate in price than our Light Six, we have pioduccd tho Model X. This model
supplies a demand for a 4-cyhnder car a little latger and more powerful than tho
Model P, which has been discontinued The owrer of the Model X can feel that the
well known features of the Model R arc embodied in his car, together with the ad
vantages of more room and power. In brief, the Model X is an enlargement and re
finement of the Model R, renrescnting the most advanced, ideas in automobile de
signs, tosether with Stcvcns-Duryca construction and workmanship, which have been
proven absolutely correct.
THE UNIT POWER PLANT
This conitruction, which has mads the name "STEVENS-DURYEA" synonymous
with motor oir efficiency, is retnincd. STEVENS-DURYEA cars were built on correct
principles in the beginning, and at no time have any radical changes been mndc in
4 3-4 BORE. 4 1-2 STROKE TIRES 34 x 4
WEIC1HT. 2050 POUNDS
For detailed specifications scud for catalog.
Folding Top with Side Curtains, Storm Trent, Celluloid Windows and
Slip Cover Extra $ 15 0.00
Magneto Extra $2200.00
Chawis $24 00.00
CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.
MODELS X and U JUST ARRIVED IN TEXAN
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
THE DREADED BUBONIC PLAGUE
The Citizens' Health Committee says: "This plague Is primarily a
disease ol the tat." Nothing else is so sure a destroyer of rats, dilvirg
thtm out ol the house to die, ai
Rat and Roach Paste
The health authorities recommend Electric Past: the U. S. Government
buys it and uses it as the most reliable rat poison known. Tor your
own protection use Stearns' Electric Paste around your premises and
kill and keep away the dangerous rats.
2 oz. box asc; IQ oz. box SI.OO.
Sold by druogltts and oenerat store! eerihore or
ent Hiitct trtoald on receipt ol prlct.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co.
BUrFALO, N. Y.,
U. 8. A. 4
Universal Adding '
Supplies For All The Above Carried ,
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
CO., LTD. ,
931 FORT STREET.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25S.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185. t
I'UnSBR PHILLIPS of tlio Muuna
Kca reports tlio follow Iiik sugar awnlt
lug shipment mi Hawaii: Oliin, II.
3fi; Walakca, iiono; Hawaii Mill:
iiono; Watnnku, (1300; Ononica, 21.000;
Pupeokeo, 10,500; llonomii. 8200; lla
kalaii, none; Laupahoelioo, 8900;
Ookala, 3000; Kiikatnu, 2000; llama
kua, 22,000; I'nauliau, 1GS5, Hmiokaa,
13.800; Ktikulhuclo, none; l'linaluu,
11,500; Hnnuapo, 2127.
Fourteen horses woro shot down
at Carroll, Iowa, to prevent their lio
IiiB burned to deatli In a feed barn
flio and several liorses, a balf-dozcn
head of cattle Intended for oxlilliltlon
at tlio Iowa Stato Fair and between
fifty mid sixty run lanes and IiiikrIi'S
belonging to farmers of Carroll
County wero destroyed.
All Kinds of Camera Supplies. A Great Assortment.
Island Views and Souvenir Postals
" Everything Photographic "
Honolulu Photo-Supply CoM
Fort Street, 3 Doors below Hotel Street