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BVUNtNO BPIABTIW, ITONOLPIM, T. H., TUESDAY, 8EPT IB, 1608.
BY AUTHORITY HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
LOCAL ANP JENEiAL
Don't throw old things away; let
An Eastern shoe manufacturer, who has itudled the
needs of boys for years, has perfected lasts for shoes that
P9SJCSS all the style of men's shoes and do not cramp the
feet. looks easy, but was really a difficult accomplish
We have these shoes. " " n T
They're Beauties please the mothers quite as much
m the boys. Made in kids and shiny leathers. You'll be
delighted with them when you see them.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
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When you see and
yon will see how much
more you will get for
your money. You owe
it to yourself to see the
Theo. It Davies & Co., Ltd.,
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 King St. Family Liquor Dealers Tel. 240
Ice Cream s
Delicious in every respect. 'Richly flavored ices and
featherweight cakes. Tics and cakes fresh daily.
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT,
50c a pair; 75o a pair; $1.00 a pair; $1.50, $2.00,
$3,00, $4.00. The Very Best Quality.
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
HfssH ti!lj IsHisiHrnuV
WHtiUKAS, a general election for
tho election of Senators nnd Repre
sentatives of tho Territory of Hawaii
will tako place according to law, on
llio 3rd day of November, A. D. 1908;
WIIEREA8. It is provided In Sec
tion 51, Chanter 10 of Act 118 of tho
Session Laws of 1907 that tho elec
tion of City and County Officers shall
bo held and tako place on the First
Tuesday after tho first Monday of
November. In the-vear One Thousand
Nino Hundred nnd Eight, and In ev
ery second year thereafter; and
WHEREAS. It Is further nrnvlded
and required In Section 60 of Chapter
12 of said Act 118 of the Session
Laws of 1907 of tho Territory of Hn.
wail that a proclamation for tho first
City and County election shall bo
made by tho Hoard of Supervisors of
tho County of Oahu at least fnrtv
days before a general election;
NOW, THEREFORE, In accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 12 of
Act 118 of tho Session Laws of 1907
of tho Territory of Hawaii, we, tho
undersigned, duly olected, qualified
and acting members of the Hoard of
Supervisors of the County of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, hereby give no
tice that nn election of City and
County omccrs for tho City nnd Coun
ty of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
will bo held on Tuesday, tho 3rd day
of November, A. D. 1908, between the
hours of eight o'efock A. M. nnd flvo
o'clock P. JL on said day, through
out said City and County of Hono
lulu, for the election of tho following
omccrs for tho City nnd County of
SHERIFF, who shall bo cx-offlclo
CITV AND COUNTY CLERK, whn
shnll bo ex-offlclo Clerk of tho Board
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY:
all of tho aforesaid officers to bo
elected at largo by tho duly qualified
electors of tho City and Countv of
DEPUTY SHERIFF, for tho Dis
trict of Honolulu;
DEPUTY SHERIFF for tho Dis
trict of Ewn; -'
DEPUTY SHERIFF for tho Dis
trict of Walanao;
DEPUTY SHERIFF for tho Dis
trict of Walalua;
DEPUTY SHERIFF for tho Dis
trict of Koolauloa;
DEPUTY SHERIFF for tho Dis
trict of Koolaupoko: the aforesaid
deputy Bhcrlffs to be elected by tho
duly qualified electors of tho respect
ive districts aforesaid.
The precincts and nolllne ulaces
established or as may bo established
by the laws of the Territory, for tho
election of Senators and Representa
tives, shall constltuto tho nrccinrts
nnd polling places for the election of
City and County Officers,
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, tho
Hoard of Supervisors In and for thn
County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
navo hereto duly set their hands and
cauied tho 8eal of the County of Oahu
to bo hereto affixed,
C. HUSTACE JR..
-s. , ah V4V
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 170-190 KINO. 8TRECT. PHONE 237.
S. C. DWIQHT.
JOS. J. FERN,
FRANK K. ARCHER,
JAMES M. KEALOHA,
, ANDREW E. COX,
FRANK It. HARVEY,
Dono at the office of the
Hoard of Superylsors of the
(SEAL) 'County of Oahu,. Territory
of Hawaii, In Honolulu,
this 11th day of September,
A. D. -190S.
Ily tho Hoard of Supervisors;
D. KALAUOKAI.ANI .lit.,
County Clerk, Count,' of Oahu,
HONOLULU, Sept. 15.1908
I V- UP STOCK
Btfwcr St Co
Rwi Plantation Co ,,,,
fllw Cm ft) Sue Ca ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co...,
iionomu Migar to ....
Itonokaa Sugar Co ..
Haiku Suvar Ca
Hulchlwn Sngir Plant.
Kanum nantaiiAn to
Krkalia Sug Co
Kliahilc SuRir Co...,
Koloa Snrar Co
Oahi Sugar Co
Onomca Sugar Co ....
Ookoll Sugar Plant Co
Ola Sugar Co Ut ....
raanau Sugar runt Co
Paclfir Sugar Mill
Pertrf keo Sugar Co....
Willi II Agile Co
Wfliiiku flnvir f!n ....
Waloianalo Sugar Co..
naimea angar Mm to
InttMsland siMm N Co
Hon RTHI, Co Prat
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Rubber Co,,
Nahlku Rubber Ca.A,t.
Olhu R4I. Co
IIIIOK K Co
Hon Hgr klTn.
Haw aliau Pineapile Co.
Haw Ten pc (Fire CI
"" t 1 i K.
HiwTer 4H PC
f!w .er m pc
Haw Cov 'tine
Ham. Illlcli Co ,
Upper Ditch ta
ItHrCnml, C ,-..
Haw Sugar Conpr....
riuo k to ton a p c
llonakaa Sugar co. Cnc.
Kahuku P.ant Co uc,
MrDmlf S Ln' a. .
Oahu Sugar Co jpc .1
uua jugar to a p c. .
Pac- Sug. MIU Co, 61
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 611c ..
Walalua ,gT- Co IPC
Soles Detwccn Iloarilm in O. It.
& I.. Co., $101; $10,000 Walalua 5s.
$99.23; 10 Pioneer. $135. Session: 5
O. R. & L. Co., $100.50.
DUIdonds Sept. 15, 1908: Hawaii
nn Sugar Co., VA pcf cent; Oahu Bus
ar Co., 2 per cent; O. R. & r.. Co.. i
per cent; I'cpcckco, 2 per cent; Wnln
lua, 1 per cent.
Latest suaar auotatlan. 3 on entm a
$78 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 8 l-4d
Sugar, 3.90 Cents
Hinry Wateriiousi Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager,
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Mrs. Hopilkano WlKKlns, tho wife of
Albert Wlgnlns, 11 contractor with
Oeo. Lucas, died )cstcrday at tho iiro
of seventy years. Tho old couplo cel
ebrated their golden ucildlng last year.
Tho funeral will tnko place this after
noon at 5 o'clock from I'tttinul.
Coniei of the B u 11 r t i n Vltti
Edition, wrapped roady for mailing,
can oe procured at mil omce lor nve
ccnt. Cwt of mailing, three cent.
A Bulletin Want Ad. turn them
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Itcnt Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.
Tho Hoard of Health mooting Is
postponed to September 17, at 3 p. tit.
Mrs. E. Sahlln will take ordors for
Infants' clothes and burhtwork at Ha
Kaltihao Tomo has entered suit for
divorce against Tomo on tho grounds
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drjnks aro served in tho best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Tho Knsh Co. Iinvo a largo nnd en
tirely new stock of pajamas in Mad
ras, flanncllcttcs, mercerized cotton,
etc. Somo very pretty goods In at
Lewis & Co., Ltd.. family liquor
dealers, 169 King Mrcel, aro offering
tills week n flno quality of California
claret for 75 cents pur gallon. Choice
wines and llqoltrs of tho best quality
In enso or tlozcn lots at low prices.
Harry Murray, tho popular clubman
and politician, was yesterday oporat
ed on for appendicitis nt the (ueen's
liospltal, Dr. Hodglns performing llio
operation. Ho Is reported to bo doing
well today by tho hospital atitborlltca.
(Continued from Pare 1)
franco requirements In order to en
able tho students of tho other schools
to gain admission to this college, but
it is our province and our duty to
make them equal to those of tho col
leges on tho mainland. Tho Hoard
of Trustees expats to get nbout 400
iicrcs of lund in Manon for agricul
tural purposes, to that In fifty yents
from now tho college will bo amply
provided with the necessary equip
ment. "We hope that tho Legislature will
make sufficient appropriations for tho
college buildings and equipment."
President Qllmoro then outlined tho
course of Btinllcs and dwelt on the lack
of building equipment.
Thoso who aro students In (ho col
lege today aro in tho main holders of
diplomas from tho High School and
Oahu college. Others havo been ad
mitted for special studies.
Tho regulars nro 8am While, Yong
Tong, Kenneth Winter, Leslie Clark
and Theodore Coojicr.
Afmtg llccn, formerly connected
with tho engineering department of
tho Public Works is a student. There
nro about eight special students, study
ing household economics. Thcso nro
UMlnly girls. At present tho, accom
modations for class room aro limited,
but as soon as tho new building Is
completed tliero will bu amplo room
for moro students.
Members of the faculty and their as
signments nro: President, J. W. (ill
more; W. T. I'opo, botany and horti
culture; J. S. Donaghho, inathcmuttcs;
J. M. Young, engineering; Herman
Malison, Oct man and Knglixh; J. J.
Morgan, chemistry and physics; II. F.
Porter, physiology; Miss Agnes Hunt,
domestic science; Miss Mlnnlo K.
Chlpman, ceramics; S. Itclks, survey
ing; H. C, Severance, physics; W. O.
Koss, botuny; M, Armldls, French.
Kxpcrlenccd man lo do plating work.
Address "M.." this office. 1100-tt
Hcd leather purse on School, Punch
bowl, Klnnu, or Victoria Streets,
neward at this ofllco. 410G-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
Tho funeral of the lato K. 11. Thorn
as will bo held from Williams under
taking parlors on Fort street nt 3
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Sept.
10, 190S. it
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters of administration of the
Estato of Flora Dexter, deceased, hav
ing been grunted to tho undersigned'
by Honorable, Alexander Lindsay, Jr.,
Second Jutlgo of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, Territory of Huwull,
on September 12, 1908, notlco Is
liorcuy given to all creditors of tho
said Flora Dexter, deceased, to pro
sent their claims, duly authenticated
and with proper vouchers. If any ex
ist ,ovcn if tho claim Is sorurcd by
mortgage, upon real estate, to tho
umlcrBlgncd ut Us place of business,
Fort Street, Honolulu, within six
months from tho first publication of
this notice or thoy will bo forever
Dated Honolulu, September 15,
HAWAIIAN TRUST COMPANY,
Administrator of tho Hstata
of Flora Dexter, Deceased.
Kinney & Marx, AltorncjH for the
HOC Sept. ID, 'J2, 29;Oct. (1,13,
(Continued from Fce 1)
Hut the search was without success
In any way. There Is still no news
of the Aeon, and tho local agents ca
bled this morning to Australia, an
nouncing the fact.
It Is believed that the Manuka will
receive cablo Instructions ut this
port, when sho arrives hem on her
way from Ilrltlsh Columbia to tho
Colonies, to search as tho Maruma
Admiral Swinburne has Instruc
tions In tills regard also, the presence
of U. S. Navy, people, on board the
missing tramp ranking her where
abouts of peculiar interest to Ameri
cans as well as to tho Uritlsh con
cerns. The course which the Aeon must
have pursued, so far ns sho went, Is
In n little-frequented part of tho
ocean, too far south and enst for tho
vessels plying between this point and
cither Australia, Now Zealand or Su
va, nnd too far wost for Tahiti-bound
craft. Hence, If she Is disabled, it Is
very possible that without special
search sho could sal) about for n long
time under jury rig before sho woufS
Tho keenest anxiety Is felt for tho
safety of this craft. Allowing for
her being afloat, supplies of food and
water must bo running short, nnd
privation muklng Itself felt.
BUTCHER KNIFE EVIDENCE
(Continued from Face 3)
inquisitorial body adjourned for
lunch, leaving the room and Its con
tents In chnrgo of tho Attorney Gen
oral's Department. Tho "Depart
ment" also wanted somo lunch, Tho
room was deserted. The butcher
knlfa and other ovidouco was loft in
tho room. Hut when lunch hud been
finished by nil parties they returned
to find that Tho Knife Hnd Disap
peared! Nobody knows whero It went; that
Is, whoever does know won't tell; and
tho Attorney General's Department
would llko to know who slolo tho
evidence from the Grand Jury room,
The knife Is gone; that much is
known; but tin more. It ro.illy Is n
V laA'HMM Mr1
r'meta .tw '
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
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.
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 6 per cent. They look upon beer as an in
toxicant. Now, beer is the best kind of a malt extract,
and you can't do hcttci than drink
Wc do not have to claim everything for our aerated
waters. Its Superiority is conceded by everyone. Switch
off and try it.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
Joseph A. G-ilman,
SHIPPIN0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARE0TT ft CO., San Francisco.
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