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EVENING BULLETIN, rTONOMJLTJ. T. II., KIUDAY, Slil'T. 11, 1908.
Our Boy's Shoes
Our stylish boys' school shoes arc selling rapidly. They
are absolutely exclusive nothing like them in town.
The boys like them because they're cut on mannish
lasts and look dressy and attractive on the feet.
Parents like them because they wear like steel,
They're comfortable and correctly shaped.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
as delicious as high art candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and always pleasant to the tongue. PANOCHE,
FUDGE, and OLD-TIME STICK CANDIES are specialties
for this week.
The Palm Cafe
60c a pair; 75c a nair;
$3.00, $4.00. The Very Best
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
VAA R's SPECIAL DNNER set en or
pl4.0J SALEi . ioo PIECES JpW.OJ
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
$14.85 per Set
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
,168 KINQ ST. Crockery Emporium. PHONE 240.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNQ DUDQ., 170-190 KINQ STREET.
When you sec and
you will sec how much
more you will get for
your money. You owe
it to yourself to sec the
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
$1.00 a pair; $1.50, $2.00,
and Monument Works
MIL COMING ON
Reclamation Man To
Leave For Here
Reclamation Kxpcrt Ncwnll will
leave for' Hawaii on tho U. 8. A. T.
Crook on September Kith, niul will
nrrlvo hero on or nliout eight days
Inter. Ho will, remain here until No
vember Sthi during which llmo ho
will ninko nn exhnuBtlvo nntl thor
inisli stiuly of conditions with re
gard to arid lands In tho Territory.
This la tho Rlst of a letter received
by Governor I'renr this morning on
tho steamship Alameda fiom Mr.
Newnll. Governor Krcnr hnd plan
ned to start on his trip around tho
Island or Hawaii on tho 22d of this
month, but on account of tho IndcH
nllcncss of tho dnto of the arrival
of tho Crook, ho will postpone start
ing unlll ho has conferred with Mr.
Nowall. The latter stntcs Mint ho
will bring his wife with him.
ORDERS TO HOLD
AND RECOAL SATURN
Nayy Department Cables
Capt. Rees Changed
Cablo orders from tho nivnl ilepirt
inont nt Washington weru received this
morning by Captain Corwln I. ltees,
commandant at tho N.ivnl Htntlon, In
Htriictlng blni to hold tho collier V?ut-
urn. nnd nil her wllh co.il. pending
Tho Saturn was to liac left this nf
ternoon nt 3 o'clock for Sail l-'ranrlscii,
rnrrylng malls. All tho nrinUKcmcnts
had been made, nnd tho fact adver
tised. However, though theio will bo
nn more chauco (o get mat! out to
tho Coast before tho Alameda of next
Wednesday, It seems that tho Saturn
Is not fnted to follow tho Justin back
toward San Francisco Just, nt, piescnt.
" Tbo recoallng has begun, 'though
where tho craft Is to ha used la. a mat
ter of speculation merely. '
Tho Saturn is ono of two colllnrs
that enmo down hero fiom tho Coast
In nilvanco'of I ho I'aclllc I'lcel and
ftldod In. conllnff jIIh, rrnluura while
they wero In port here.
CONTRACTOR HERE TO
John Prlngle, who Is to work on
now barracks of United States tioopa
heio, arrived this morning on tho Ala
meda from San Francisco. His nrilv
nl has been looked forward to for Homo
lime, but tho exact date of It was not
known until ho camp In todny.
Mr. I'rlnglo brought with him tuv
oral nssltants who tiro to aid In tho
work of putting in moro barracks for
tho housing of troops nt Kahuiilki.
A good sized iiudlenco gui'li-il tbo
I.umlcy Company last uigbl nl tho Or
phoiiin. C.imllle," wiih tbo bill, and
light well did this excellent organl.a
Hon handle their illlTort'iit rolen. Of
com bo n g,reat deal of tho Interest cen
ters mound tho unhappy Inters, S.i
inlllo and Arn,-ind. Itlchard Iluhler
inado Armnnd tin) romantic passlonnto
lover of tho book. Miss Thornton was
equal to tho occasion ns tho repentant
Camlllo, her death hccno being par
BULLETIN AD3 PAY
Begins New Year
September 14, 1908
S hlftb FOR) SALE BY'
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V-''Monterey Packing (o
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HONOLULU STOCK MANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 11,1908
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Haiku Snirar Co ...i..
NtilcWwin Suijar Planl
KMiku Plimailoi Co
Kckalta Sng- Co
Kiinlulu Siijur O
Kolot Sugar Co
Onomf a Sugar Co ....
Ooknla Sugar Plant Co
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Olowalu Co ..
raaliau Sugar rinl Co
Pacific Sugir Mill
rala Plantation Co ....
Pw1cri Stigat Co....
Pin or Mill Co
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Waimanato Sugar Co.
Walmra Sugar Mill Co
Intcr.Utaml Slram NCo
llawallat, BlfCltlr Co..
Hon H T ft I. Co Trtl
Mutual Tlcp?ioue Co
Paul Up ,
Naliiku Nuiitr Co Am,
Claim It ft I. Co
Ihlol: K Co,.,,
Hon II KM Co;
Hawaiian Ptncaniite Co.
Haw Trr 4 PC...
Haw Ter 4H PC
HawTcr 1)4 pc
Haw Gov't 4 pc
Haiku SugarCot pi.
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Hrnakaa Sugarro. r,tc
Hon R T ft i, CV 6 p c
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CUa Sugar Co 6 pc
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Walalua .grlr Co p c
Sales Dotneen Hoards: 25 13wn,
27; 25 Knhuku, $27 CO; 450 Olnn. $1.
Session: of. Olaa, $1.
Memo. Sept. II, IMS. Koknlm
Sugar Co. was this d iy listed nnd
Latest sugar quotation, 3.90 cents or
$78 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 6d
Sugar, 3.90 Cents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Dond
' WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Matiattr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
ALAMEDA HAS MANY
PEOPLE OF INTEREST
Tho Oceanic steamship Alameda- ar
rived in port Mils morning fiom San
Fianclsco, with one of tho largest lists
of passengers for IIiIh port which mi)
steamer has brought In months. Sho
hnd 182, nil told, and 205 persons
nittdo llic trip douu In tho littlu vessel,
counting in her complement of men.
On board, she had 11 great many
peoiwu or iiKiro Hum tho usual Inter
est to Hawaii. Thero was tho rlllo
team, Just back from winning credit
nlilu honors nt t'amp Perry, tho two
crack I opera, Aiehlu Kaaua and Iku.t
Piirdy, who hao been gntberlng
world's rcrrniN In Cheyeneo, titer n
(010 of school leachurs who mudo tho
trip ( tho hiiuiuier schools about tbo
Hay this ear. part of the staff of
Major McKlnstrv, llghthoiiso Inspect
or, and Conlraclor 1'ienglo, who conies
heio In elect barracks.
8I10 iiImi had a largo cargo, of 1201
tons, and had (iter 300 bags.tif mall
for this port.
Tho Alumedn had a tery quiet trip
oown nerc. ano met tno lllloniaii, and
nlso passed tho Tenyo Mnrii.
Miss H.ltlla Hatch tiles ns result
of criminal operation In San Joso
LOCAL AND SENEGAL
Don't throw old thincs away; let
a Bulletin Want Ad. turn them
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Kent rranklln cars. Stkjds. Slbls.
O. M. Cooko, tho banker, letutned
today In tho Alnmedn.
I.i.nd Commissioner .1. V. Pratt nnd
fanJIy camo back today fiom the
Mis Ida M. Pope of tho Knmcliatiio
ha (litis' Hcliool, was an ni rival In tho
Miss Knto Kelly, stciloKrapber of
the Supremo Court, was among tho ar
Mrs. i:. S.ihlln will tako orders for
Infants' clothes nnd burnttvork nt lln
Tako your carrlngo or Rutomoblle
to Hawaiian Carrlngo Manfy. Co.. tor
Mrs, Henton, II. II. Hentou ami Miss
It. ltcnton enme hack today from their
trip to tbo States.
S. O. Wilder and family arrived from
San Francisco today. Hani has up
parently Improved In health.
Henry May & Co. received In the
Alameda this morning fresh California
f I ults nnd vegetables In season.
All kinds of beer, wines nnd mixed
drinks aro served In the best manner
at tl.o Fashion. Just glto us n try.
Mr. nnd Mis. It. V. Cnlhc.trt and
child, who hato been visiting In tho
States and Tahiti, euniu back today.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. M. Young, who hate
been tlsltlug in tho States, canto back
today. They say they are glad to get
Tho finest quality of bec curtains
can be found nt the innnt fc.isnn.ihlo
prices nt the 1.. Ahoy stoie on Nuu.inu
Mrs. C. J. McCarthy was ono of tho
Incoming paspengcrs In tbo Alameda.
Sho was met at tho wharf by Col. Mc
Carthy. Tbo Hawaiian rlflo 'lean camo In
lilts morning In the Alameda. Tho
bins weio met by their families nnd
Our bojs do not tarry. They are on
tho run from tho tlmo llic rrrr.ul be
gins. Territorial Mcdscngcr Service.
Honolulu Lodge Nn. OK,, 1). 1. (). i:.,
will meet in Its rooms In Kilts' build
ing. King nnd Fort streets, at 7:30
Tiy a. tin of lloolh's broiled mack
end. It makes n delicious breakfast
Hill. Sold by all giocers. He sine to
ask for llooth's.
Tho best place to buy grocciles of
alt kinds is nt J. M. Levy & Co. Cali
fornia fruits nnd vegetables Just re
ceived, l'hono 70.
Dr. Mori, who nt one tlmo was n
practicing physician In Honolulu, and
latterly In Toklo, intends to return to
Honolulu In tho near future.
Mrs. Mary V. Hunii, principal of To
hukulnn school, arrived this morning
In tho Alameda. Sho enjoyed her va
cation In tho States Immensely.
Coat your Iron rooU,, with, "Arabic "
Yovi will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
J. S. McCandlcsg has hail n new
honor conferred upon him. Ho wits
recently elected n member of tho ,llo
hemlan Club of San Francisco.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailinc three cent.
Tbu Land I. aw Conm-'sslnu begins
Its public hearings n llllo September
17. Thero will be a public hearing nt
Walluku on September HI, mid nt 1.1
huo September 25.
Ikua I'unl nnd Archlu Kaaua. tho
Hawaiian cowboys who won f.uno in
Ibo Wjoinlng cowboy contest, returned
Iti lay. Thuy weio greeted by Kben
Low and Captain I'uiker.
Tbu new Japani so Consul (itjnenil,
S. Ucno, Is expected to nrrlvo on tho
Korea Ills wlfo and family will nr
rlvo afler tho now consular resident'!)
on Nuu.mu avenue Is completed.
Impiovemcnts am coming fast in
the beautiful valley of Malum. The
Montana gore hat beep ucqulicd, uuvv
ami wider loads aro contemplated,
nnd High Sbeilff Henry has a gang of
prlbouers at woik on tho Manna 1'iirk,
all of which points, to u better condi
tion of affairs In tho valley.
Mr. Atkinson, attorney for tho Jai
nueso flshmarket Incorporators, states
that tho corporation Is not organized
lor tho purpose of driving tho Chinese
fish dealers out of business, but Is es
tablished as a sort of clearing house
for the fish business, and will do only
n whnlcsalo business nt least, for tho
Members or tho Japancso Consulate,
tho Yokohama Specie Hank nnd the
.Iapn.neso Merthanth' Association havo
Invited tho nfllcers and cadets of tho
training ship Tilled Mnru to a picnic
next Sunday forenoon at Mr. Damon s
gardens, nnd In tho afternoon they
will bo entertained at tbo Mochlzukl
A. II. I.eckenby has a. plaj for cov
ering nn aero of-land with tery flno
who mcBh which ho thinks would lie
pit'ctlcnblo for snitll fanners, Inas
much us nil pests would thus bo shut
out and garden tliick could bo giown
without dnugcr. Ho nlso has prepared
a solution which, sprayed nn trees,
will, ho thinks, fico them from pests
to a great extent.
NEW - TO-DAY
SHAI.13I) FUOl'OSAI.S, ondorbed.
"Troposals for Dredging." will bo re
ceived nt tlio.llureau of Yards nnd
Docks, Navy Department, Washing
ton, until 11 o'clock a. in., December
1, 1'JOS, and then nnd theie publicly
opened, for (hedging n channel fiom
the sea to tho slto of the Naval Sta
tion, Pearl llailmr, Hawaii. Plans
nnd specifications can be obtained on
application to tho Ilurc.tu or to tho
Commandant of the Xaval Station,
Honolulu, T. H. H. t. Hollydny.
Chief nf lliirrnii, September 1, IPOS.
1102 Soiit. 11, IS.
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mine a Knox the better you'll like
Soft Felts and Derbys and Straws
Specify a KNOX HAT in your Election Bets.
ELKS' BUILDING. KINO NEAR FORT.
I Ire's 'Root Beer
The Only Genuine AERATED IN BOTTLES. Is made by us;
any other is an infringement and a fake,
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
Q. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER dslivcrcd to offices and residences.
A MISTAKEN IDEA
i OME PEOPLE who look
drinking beer . that contains less than 3 per cent,
nlcohol, drink malt extract regularly that con
tains C ner cent. They look upon beer ns an in
toxicant. Now, beer is the
nnd you can't do bcttci than
SHIPFINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
TARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Weekly SuHetin $1 Per Year
MtCall Pttttrn No. 225S
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON COWN'J
If what's in your
head is good,
what's on it de
serves to be. Then
why not get a
Knox hat. The
closer you exa
with horror on the idea of
best kind of a malt extract,
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
E.W. Jordan & Co.