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aviNma BOLLgrm, homolwat, t. h., m6nday, sept, u, ioos.
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An Eastern shoe manufacturer, who has studied the
needs of boys for yean, has perfected lasts for shoes that
possess all the style of men's shoes and do not cramp the
feet, ilooks easy, but was really a difficult accomplish
ment. We have these shoes. ' f f '
They're Beauties please the mothers quite as much
as the boys. Mode in kids and shiny leathers. You'll bo
delighted with them when you see them.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
When you see and
you will see how much
more you will get for
your money. Tou owe
it to younelf to see the
Theo. li, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
as delicious as high art candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and always' pleasant to the tongue. FANOCHE,
FUDGE, and OLD-TIME STICK CANDIES are specialties
for this week.
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
50c pair; 75o a vair; $1.00 a pair; $1.50, (2.00,
$3.00, $4.00. The Very Best Quality.
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
No Indictment wag returned by -f
f tho Ornnd Jury this morning In
tho cbbo of nlleced libel bv tho
f Advertiser against various news-
t- impcrmen of this city, the basis
f of tho reason for this being that f
f It was na newsnaner AeM.
An air of mystery shrouded tho
dolngg of tho Territorial Oram! Jury,
which was In session this morning,
and which adjourned Bhortly beforo
noon, subject to the call of tho Attor
ney General's Department. Tho main
case boforo tho Inquisitorial body
was tho Investigation regarding tho
Hon regarding tho Advertiser's alleged
libel against various nowsnapormen
of this city.
Wnllaco II, Fnrrlngton, Charles
Frailer, and L. 8. Conncss wore sum
moned to appear as witnesses, but
when the Jury hnd dono with tho
first two, Connoss wag told that ho
wbb not wanted. It waB tbrreforn n
matter of conjecturo whether or not
the Grand Jury had decided that suf
ficient evidence had been adduced
without that which ho might bo nblo
to give. Tho Advertiser men are very
confident that no Indictment will be
The report of the Grand Jury was
made to Judge Robinson before tho
noon recess, but he rofuscd to give
out nny'of the Indictments, as they
had all been placed on the secret die.
It Is known, however, that nn In
dictment on tho chargo of murder In
the first degree has been brought In
against George Knlciklnl, who killed
his wife nt Knllhl, nnd It Is also pret
ty well known that Luwjcr Straus
did not get oft scot-free.
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, Sept. 11.1908
i t.a of STOCK
2 Btewf r a Co...
Rwa Plantation Co
Ha (11111 Aitrlc. Co. . . ,
Haw Cm St Sur Co ..
Hawaiian Suftar Co... .
Honomu Sugar Co ....
Ifonokaa Sugar Co. ..
Haiku Suvar Co
Hutchison Sugar Plant.
Kanuau Kiataauoi Ln
Kckalia Sur- C o-. .....
Klpthjlti Sugar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co ..
McUrvdeSucar Co ....
Onotnca Sagar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uit ....
eaaiiaa Sugar runt i.o
Pitllic Sugar Mill
Pila PlantallonCo ....
Piptekfn Sugar Co....
Wruuku Sugar Co ....
Walmanato Sugar Co..
Walrara Sugar Mill Co
Intar-liland Steam KCo
Hon H T ft L Co Prtl
Hon R T ft I, Co Com
Mutual Teltttlioa. Co
Nahiku Rubber Co Am.
Kilo UK To
Hon B JVM Co
Hawaiian Ptnraptttc Co.
HawTtr lit pc
Haw Gov't a pe
Haiku Sugar Cob pi.
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Urmtr Ditch fia
Haw Com ft Sug Co s pc
Haw Sugar Co ft p c...
HlloR RCo Con t pc
Honakaa Sugar ro fine.
Hon R Tft LCoip c
Kahuku P ant Co I p c.
MrBrvdl S Co', 6a. ,
Oahu Rft I.Co6jc.
4 nun wo
7 o mo
Oahu Sngar Co f p c
Viaa rtugar un ope. .
I'nc Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 pc ..
Walalua agrli-Co ape
eiyf OC SPECIAL DINNER SET CM OC
tpl4.0) SALE. - 100 PIECES fW.03
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
$14.85 per Set
169 KINO ST.
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
' PHONE 240.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 176-190 KINQ 6TREET. .- PHONE 237.
ASIA SOON TO FLY
PACIFIC MAIL FLAG
At some time on her present trip
to tho Orient, tho Oriental & Occi
dental stenmer AbIh will haul down
tho O. & O. flag and hoist that of tho
Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
marking tho passing of tho agency nt
tho lino from tho ono concern tti tho
other, on tho 30th of November.
Though tho two havo been to all pur
poses the same, both tho Persia and
the Asia havo been under tho agency
of tho O. & 0 whllo handling Pacific
Mall business. Now tho distinction,
which Involves Borne differences of
regulations nnd rules, nnd other
matters of more interest to tho em
ployees of tho company than to tho
public at large, will bo abolished,
nnd these two mado as much Pacific
Mall steamers as are tho Mongolia or
Tho chango will probably bo mado
Itefore tho Asia left San Francisco,
sho was Inspected fore and aft. from
truck to kcllson, by Schwcrln of tho
Pacific Mall, In anticipation of this
chango In tho flag she will fly.
It Is n curious fart that I). D.
Stubbs, for years tho gonoral mana
ger of the Oriental & Occidental line,
tiled only last Saturday n week ago,
falling by so narrow it margin to
Btirvlvo tho company for whoso intor
rsts ho has carnd.
Tho Asia arrived In port this morn
ing, ahead of time, an sho was not
duo until this afternoon. Sho goes
out again for Yokohama at S p. m.
She has a full cargo for tho Orient,
and brought 201 bags of mail from
the Coast, representing an accumula
tion of threo days.
Tho 'sla had thirty-olght passen
gers in tho cabin, Including quite a
list of Government employes nnd mis
sionaries. She also has on board, as a stop
over passenger horc, 11. Griggs Holt,
the present Pacific Mall agent at
Shnnghnl, and Joseph Thebaud, nt
present representing largo lumber In
terests, but formerly tho Shanghai
Commissioner General F. II. Loom
Is Is a stopover passenger for this
Bales Between Ilontds: 23 Pio
neer, $135; CO Ookala, $11.25; SO Oo
kala. $11.25. Session: S O. It. & I,.
Co., $101; 25 Haw. C. & S. Co.. $91.50:
50 Olaa, $3.75; 5 Eua, $25.8714; 10
Hwil, $25.87V4; 23 Ena. $25.8714: 5
Ewa. $25.87; 7 Ewa. $23 87V4: 7 Ewa.
$25.8714; 7 Ewa. $25.87',4; 12 Ewa,
$25.87V4; 20 Walaltia, $85.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.90 cents or
$78 per ton.
MAJOR M'KINSTRY ON
Major McKlnstry of tho U. S. En
gineer Corps, who nrrlved hero on
Saturday by tho transport Duford, Is
looking Into tho matter of the harbor
dredging dispute, at present, and Is
also attending to his work In connec
tion with the inspection of light
houses on tho Islands. This latter Ih
only ii.j'art of his regular round of
IN FOREIGN POETS
Monday. Sept. 14, 1808.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed, 8ept. 13:
Ilk. It. P. Itlthet. for Honolulu.
HANA Aarrivcd, Sept. 12:
Sch. Jas. Itolnh, from San Francisco.
Chairman Mack and tho bourbon
leaders talk of debatable states on At
2flP""For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Beets, 9s, 8 l-4d
Sugar, 3.90 Cents
Hinry Waterhouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manatcr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
TO BE HELD
Saturday, Sept. 19, '08,
IN HONOLULU HARBOR.
Commencing nt 9 A. M.
1 Whalcboat . . . , $20
2 Senior Barge $25 Cup
3 Six Paddle Canoe. . s$30 and $15
4 Freshman Barge $25 Cup
5 Fous Paddle Canoe. .$20 and $10
6 Senior Pair Oar ...... $20 Cup
7 Four Paddle Canoe (modern) . .
$20 and $10
8 Junior Pair Oar $20 Cup
9 Sailing Canoe (old). $15 and $10
10 Sailing Canoe (modern)
t $15 and $10
Races open to all. No entry feei.
All rowing races to be governed by
tne racing rules oi tne Hawaiian flow
Each entry shall include the name
of the boat, or, if it has none, the
name of the person who enters it.
There must be at least three boats
started before a second prite will be
Entries will open at 8 a. m. Tues
day, September 15, at the Hawaiian
News Co., Alexander Young Building,
and will close Thursday, September
17, at 12 ro. 1
For further particulars apply to
the REGATTA COMMITTEE T. V.
KINO, S. A. WALKER, and W. 0.
LOCAL ANP tENElAL
Don't throw old things away; let
a Bulletin Want Ad. turn them
Thurlow s for a lunch or dinner.
Dr. V. J. Uootlhno wnn among (ho
arrivals yesterday In Iho Mlkalml.t.
Kent Franklin enrs. Stkds. Stbls.
I). L. Austin camo ocr from Kauai
Mrs. K. Salilln will tnko orders for
infants' clothes and burntwork at Ha
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Hnrtwcll of Mo
lok.il arrived )estcrday In tho Mlka
liala. Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-dato repairs.
A. F. Kntidsen mill It. I). Wlshaitl
were among tho paHscngcrs In thu
Hall yesterday from Kauai.
All kinds of beer, wlttim and mixed
drinks aro served In tho best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
Governor Frear appointed n Fcnco
fir"iilioti laal neck. cniinlKtlng tit
J. Monsarrat nnd sccral others nt
Coat your iron roots with "Arable. "
You will bo surprised at Ui cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Mrs. C. I.. Dlckerson has chipped
from tho Const four Iiojcch of the Nory
latent styles In hats and novelties.
Arrived on Alameda and now open for
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for Ave
cents. Cost of mailinp. three cents.
County Attorney S, K. Knen of
Kauai enmo down In tho Hall jester
day. H Is heto on business and will
return to bis post on Thursday In tho
Francis I). Uiomis, Commissioner to
tho Toko ExiKisltlon, accompanied by
John Callcn McLaughlin, xccretnry to
tho Commission, called on Goernor
Frdar this morning.
II. Griggs Holt, nt present thu Pa
cine Mall agent nt Shanghai, is a
stopover passenger from the Asia
bound from San Francisco for tho
Chinese, port. Mr. Holt Is a fonr.or
Honoltiltian, nnd well known here.
V. L. Howell lias been mentioned by
a number of Influential business men
of tho city ns a likely candidate for
Deputy Shcrlrt on tho Democratic
ticket. Mr. Howell Ih well known hero
nnd Ih very popular nnd his friends
expect him to poll n good oto at the
county coincntlon on next Monday
for bin nomination.
(Continued from Pace 1)
i.crcd the support of tho party, now
that ho wntt out for office.
"Tho I'rince said that ho was per
sonally In favor of Lnno, nnd that ho
thought that It was up to tho party
to support him In his fight for tho
Majontlt)'," said u closo frjpnilnt the
Delegate, who was among' thtfso who
attended tho meeting. "Ho admitted
that tho other candidates for tho of
fice, Lucas and Hitstnce, wero both
good men, hut ho pointed out that
Lit no had been a strenuous worker
for tho Republican party ever slnco
Its Inception, and that, especially
blnce he had so often been turned
down, ho should be supported, nn he.
had earned the right to such sup
port. There was no attempt to draw
the color lino In this matter, added
thu I'rince, but Lano was tho head of
a faction on which tho Republican
pnrty must depend in the. touting
election for Its success, nnd it was im
portant thnt nothing hIioiiIiI lie done
by tho party which might dissatisfy
this powerful faction". Personally,
the Prime was going to support Lano
nnd he hoped that li Ih hearers would
do the sinie."
Among those who nttcndctl the
meeting were tho following: Dele
gate Kalanlanaole, John C. Lane,
Patrick Lane, Lot Lane, A. K. Aknna,
i:il Crawford, Ilcnjamin Zablau, Jus.
L. lloyd, llcrnard 11. Kclekollo, Judge
Archie S. Mahaulu, Carlos A. Long,
David Kanuha, K, K. Llllkolanl, A.
D. Castro, Sol. Knlctopu, J, K. Kit
lann, Kunokna, J. Knpono, Fred, Voel
Icr, Wm. Alila, John Knmnnoulu, Geo,
Kauai, Chas. Costa, Chas. Iloloua,
Gcorgo F. Wright, Sam Malol, and
Tho calling of this meeting nnd tho
actlye part which tho Delcgato Is
taking In the right for his friend
Lano has called forth considerable
criticism on the part of many of the
politicians, who contend thnt ho will
Injure his own chances by In this
manner offending tho followcis of Lu
cas and Hustaco. They maintain
strongly that tho Delcgato would
huvo been much wiser hnd ho not run
for delegnto to tho County convention
nnd hnd ho Itopt nut of County poli
tics nltogethcr. It Is, howevor, only
fulr to say that considerable nt this
criticism probably hns Its origin from
tho Lucas and Hustaco workers, who
tee In this action by tho Prince, n
dangerous factor In the three-cornered
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Oahu Cemetery Association.
A special meeting of lot owners of
Oahu Cemetery Association will bo
held nt tho offlco of David Dayton,
No. 137 Merchant stroet, Honolulu,
on Wesnesdny, Sept. 10th, nt 1:30
p. in., to revise tho lly Laws of said
Association, and transact tiny busi
ness that may ho brought boforo tho
Secitdnry Oahu Comelery Asso
Vp -t "- 111
Negotiations of many important
leases In downtown San Francisco
buildings shows thu trend of retail
Tail ntitomobllo light between Union
nnd Pllkol, Itewnrtl If returned to
Autn Lively Co.. Union SI.
t tin' it.
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 oxa-
mine a Knox the better you'll like
Soft Felts and Derbys and Straws
Specify a KNOX HAT in your Election Bets.
KINQ NEAR FORT.
A MISTAKEN IDEA
SOME PEOPLE who look with horror on the idea of
drinking beer, that contains less than 3 per cent,
alcohol, drink malt extract regularly that con
tains 0 per oent. They look upon beer as an in
toxicant. Now, beer is the best kind of a malt extract,
and you can't do better than drink
Wc do not have to claim everythinp; for our aerated
waters. Its Superiority is conceded by everyone. Switch
oil and try it.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
Q. S. IEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
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McCall Patten N. 2258 y
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON C0WN 1
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