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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
f 'MOST GONE! -
Wc have only 20 Fain left of Laird, Schoebcr & Co.'s
Red Kid Slippers
at $2.50 a pair.
Trench Heels, Three Straps,
the thing to wear for the GIPSY
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINQ.
We want you to see the
Eddy Refrigerator ; you'll
understand at once why it
is so superior.
You'll see why it saves more ice, preserves food better,
and lasts longer than any other.
Sec the EDDY before you buy your refrigerator
Theo. H, Davics & Co., Ltd.,
CHAFING DISHES with patent Ivory Enameled Food Fans: CRUMB
TRAYS and SCRAPERS; CREAM and SUGAR SETS (gold lined): ICE
WATER PITCHERS; COLLAPSING DRINKING CUPS: POCKET
FLASKS; ICE-HOLDERS; COCKTAIL SHAKERS. A Complete Line of
160 ing St.
A splendid assortment ranging in price from IS cents
a box of three cakes to the highest grade at 75 cents a box.
Workman's Tar, 5c a cake; Violet Toilet, lOo a box
of 3 cakes.
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Hawaiian Iron fence
NEXT TO VOUNO BLDO.. 176-190
from us, besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
and Cinderella Styles. Just
and Monument Works
KING STREET. PHONE 237.
Meals are essential to health and
variety is the spice of life. We serve
what is considered the best mpnl in
the city whether it be
(l'"iom 0 to 10)
(fiont U to 2)
(From G to 8)
The variety is such that com
mends it to every one who enjoys
having something different every day
and the Service Is GOOD.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
j ki,!xsll mMil
Slimly Attended Meeting
Held By the at
"Tho Home Itulo party stands for
the pcoplo and by the people."
J. M. Kenlohn, n member of tho
present Hoard of Supervisors and a
candidate for tho same offlco bn tho
Homo Ilulc-Laborlto ticket, innito n
hit last night with this statement nt
a JAislonlsl meeting at Mollllll. IIo
announced that he was the parent of
a resolution which gavo the road
employes $1.50 a day and asked that
he be given support.
"Sure kola," responded tho audi
ence. He further said that ho had Intro
duced nnothcr resolution In tho
Hoard to tho effect that no County
road employes should bo dismissed
from work on account of political
Tho crowd seemed pleased with
Tho meeting wns concluded by J.
K. Pacalna, a strong Republican
worker during tho years 1900 to
1900, but now a Lnbnrlto. "I used
to work hard for the Ilcpubllean par
ty In former years," said Pacalna,
"but slnco It paid no attention to tho
Interests of the poor, when tho lead
ere promised to do something for
them, I stepped out nnd Joined this
party. I nm n workingmnn and have
been such for many years. There Is
n largo number of voters around hcic.
Mnny of them arc my relatives nnd
I know that nil of them, with tho
exception of n hnlf-dnzcu Democrats,
arc Home Hulcrs and Lnhorltcs. I
hnrdly bcllcvo thcro Is n Republican
In the crowd. I understand that
some of tho Republican leaders nro
coming to seo me. What they want
me for. I don't know."
Tho speakers of tho evening wero
D. Knlauokalanl Sr Admiral Heck
ley, Wm. Knlclhuln, Henry C. Vlda,
Mahuahua, Stephen tlmauma, J. S.
Kahoohalahnla. Akonl Knhinu, Chns.
Uroad, J. M. Kcaloha, nnd W. C.
Knlauokalanl spoke of tho plat
form of tho Home, Ilulc-Lnbor party.
Ueckloy, candldato for Treasurer,
mndo ono of tho best speeches slnco
ho entered politics. Kalelhul said
tho Homo Itule-Laborlto party stood
for tho poor and common pcoplo. Vl
da advocated tho straight' fusion tick
ct, denouncing Lano nnd Kern ns hav
ing leading strings hold by Kennedy
of the I.-I. Company. Umaumn wns
Introduced ns the one-armed cnndl
dutc for Representative. Knhoohaln
hala, Knhinu, Ilroad, nnd Achl spoke
for tho success of tho party. Achl,
who wns tho Inst speaker, made h'la
usual nrgument against trusts and
Thcro wero nbout sixty people
prosont, Including n number of la
dles. YOUR VOTE can't be counted un
less you REGISTER.
LAND FOR ARMY
Negotiation;) nro now practically
coniplotcd whereby (bo United States
Government acquires tho block
bounded by tho Wulldld road, Knn
road, Kalla road, and Saratoga road.
Tho dimension's of tho plot of ground
Is, roughly speaking, about ono thou
sand by two thousand feet. Tho plan
Is to acculra this land for an exten
sion of the United States Army res
ervation at Wnlkll.l, Condemnation
proceedings may bo started to secure
some of tho property. Tho Kall.i
road may bo closed. This may Indi
cate that a largo body of troops wllf
bo stationed thcro In tho future
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
NOON HOUR TALK
Maton Mitchell, who with Or, Do
Forest will bo tho guest of tho Com
mercial Club at luncheon tomorrow
noon, was formerly American Consul
at Chung .King, Wostorn China. Ho
will speak of tho district in which ho
hus lived. This with Dr. DoForcst's
talk on Japan will mako n very lit
tcrcstlng anil Instructive noon hour
for tliu business men.
Des Molnos, lown, and tho nenr-by
country wero stirred by n murder In
tho city, two suicides In tho country,
and tho death of a gill olthor by her
own hand or that of some ono due,
followed by tho dlsnppearanco of a
man mentioned In a note written by
Roy C, Andrews has returned to
New York from Vancouver Island and
Alaska with more than 300 photo'
graphs of the whalo. IIo went on n
mission for tho Museum of Natural
. i- :.m. rrji3t" fr nito.iit'ffl'f f'l'if-
HONOLULD, Oct. S.1908
i Jf STOCK
2 Brcwf r k Co.
ttwa Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Arlc. Co.,,.
Haw Com & Stiff Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
HonomuuRar Co ....
Honohat Sugar Lo. ..
llaiVli ur f!n
Hiitchtaoti Stnjar Plant.
itanuKU fiamaiiou 1.0
Kckalia Sur Co. ...m.
gipilnttt. Sugar Co ...
McBryd Sugar Co ....
Oalia Sugar Cn
Onomfa Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Otaa Sugar Co l.'.il ....
Otawalu Co m
Paatiau Sugar Plmit Co
Pacific Sugar Mill r
Pali Plantation Co ....
Pfpken Sugar Co....
Wilalua Agile Or)
Wf uuku Sutrar Co ....
Walmannlo Sugar Co..
Walmra Sugar Mill Co
1.IIO, I, II
liiler-Uland Sle-int NCo
Hawaiian Klrctilc Co.
Hon HTM. Co Prd
II011KT& I. Co Com
Mutual Tdrplione Co
Nahikil kuhticr Co.Aa.
tJanu K It I. Co
Hon HA MCo!
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
ItawTer 4i pc
llawTer Da pc
Haw Gov't 5 pc
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw Com h Sug Co 5 c
Haw Sugar Cnopc...
Hllo R KCo Con 6 pc
Honakaa Sugar co. f pc,
Hon RTftiT.Cii6p c
ICahuku P.aiitC'06 pc.
Oahu Ktt I. Co sue'..
Oahu Sugar Co ape ..
Qiaa r.ugar uiopc.
I'ac Sug. Mill Co. 61
Pla I'lanlallo.l Co ....
rionrer Mill Co 6pc ..
Stiles lletwecn Hoards. 30 Claim
Stlg. Co., ?27.75; $1000 1'nla Ca, $101.
Latest sugir quotation 3.S3 centa or
$79.60 per ton.
Beets, 9s 6d 34d
Sugar, 3,98 Bents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Tho medical trrtit for "kltlnry tmu
Mo" la Nrplirltla. Mdllcul w;irka ukico
that It I" ciiriiMn iluHnt," tlio Acuto or
lirnt sLnKo mid tint It In Incttrutilo In
tho Hfcoml or (.liroulo Ht.iKr.
Wlirn In tho linn cruKPd? Ono ot
tho latent nuthorltlfa, JaincH Taon,
M. 1).. l'ruf. (if Alrdlclno In tlio Unhcr-
alls' of I'cnn. won In his lato worlc
puko 121. thnt tlio rlmnirca hao licdi
ohKcrvcd tin early ua tlio tenth week
and nre prohnhly eatabllaheU In ult cnats
liy Till-; H1.V11I .MU.MIl.
Tho nnmo Ncl.lirllls mennn Inllini
nmtlon of tho kldntyn and tho honkH
limliiK nothing for It phyalclnim hiivo
Ueu holplea. (tho de.itus tiavu grown
to 170 d.tlly). unit Prof. TyKon plfilnly
aaya: Vuko 1GC an to ciintttvn mcnaurtH
lo rPMtoro the Kldnev to nn nornml
roiidlllnii, "I lli:i.lt;vi: TIIKlti; AUI3
Tho lneltal,lo IokIc of tlila ultu.-itlon
Is th.it Hi rulton'K Itenitt Comnniind It
tho only thing ktioun that rtduea In
tLuniniitlon of the KlUncyfl urter It h.(H
Utoiiiq ehrnnlc. It M thu only tlitnir In
tho world lh.it (Hvplo t'.in look In for
recovery who hno had kidney tioublo
lonser tluiii ulx montlm.
(Note In f.irt. It I. tlio only thins
that acta (llreetly on kidney Inll.iniina
llon at any kI.iec. Una or last. Hut It
naturally reduce It moro iiulckly bo
foro than after It become chronic.)
Lllenituro iniilled free.
JOHN J. I'LTLTON CO..
Honolulu Druir Co.. l'"ort St.. urn nur
aolo local uitenta. Ask for Ul-Monllily
Bulletin of lulu rccou'rlca. ai
YOUR VOTE can't be counted un
less you REGISTER.
Tlio Hawaiian hand pl.iyH nt tlio
Alcxuiiilor Voting nxit garden at 7;30
tlila evening, ami If tlio raclrio
Fleet Is In port will lio followed by
tin Impromptu tlanco. Tlio general
public i cordially Invited to attend.
Captain llorger lian proparcd tho fol
Mnrrh: "Semper KIcIoIIh" ... Sonzt
Ovorturo: "Light Cuvnlry". ..Suppo
Intermezzo: "Tho Kismet I'atrnl".
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.ar. liy Ileuier
Selection: "llest tit All". . .Williams
(n) "A Waltz Dream'' .'stratis-i
(h) "Moxlcau KUscs" .... HolicitH
"Honolulu" and "An Mol(u".llorgor
"Tho Stnr-Spaiigled Ilanner"
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
Bulletin Bnsinesa flffie Phnn 95ft
Bulletin Editorial Uoom Phone 185.
NEW - TO-DAY
Tho Anniinl Hooting of tho Hono
lulu Library and Heading Itoom As
roclatlon will bo held nt tho J.lbiniy
Itnoms, on IVIilay, Oct, 9th, 100S,
at 4:30 o'clock , iu. .-. . 'lias-L't
'"" "' ' --'''-',- &.3it a L,,MJka& frti&te&iLajk.
r Copyright 190!) by I
I H"c Scb,Ioer & M,rx . B
LOCAL AND GENEfiAL
A Bulletin Want Ad.
old tilings fit new needs.
Thnrlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Mm. (Inv ()fii8 Is 111 cliargo of tins
diy goods department of tlio now 1'iui
ncno store nt Kaliiiliil.
All kinds of beer, wines nnd nilxcu
drinks nro rerved lu tlio best manner
nt tho Fashion. Just Blvo us a try.
Tho iiiiulneK Htalloned nt Camp Very
today conclude their two montlm rlllu
practlcn nt tho I'oit Shnftcr rangei.
A wireless teleKMIili message makes
short work of the tllslnneo between Is.
Inuils. Try It when you are in a Hurry.
Tho ratca aro low.
On Installments of $3 tier month you
can ptirchaKn n Whltu Knnilly notary
sowing mnelilno. Henuy fc Co. I.td,
iigcnls, 12fifi Kort St. l'hono 4SS.
A deed rnnvejlng l.fia ncrcs on Ktia
klul street to tho Children!' Iloapllul
wis yesterday lllcd for record, the
coiishleratloii named being $7000.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
Yon vlll ba siirptUod at Us cooling
and prcsorvr.tlvo vrojvortlca Crtlltiirnln
Feed Co., agents.
The Kainclinnu'lin sihools will havo
a military Instinetor supplied by
Uncle Sain. IIo Is Lieutenant Winter,
ami is expected to nrilvo (lining next
Thcro was moro sluicing done :tt
tho Niiunnu dam during tho moiilh of
September than during the whole pre
vious" time that such work has been
done or ntteniptcd.
Tho real, linigalns In ladles' muslin
underwear, suits, oversklrts, rlllit
waists, and embroideries, go to tho
eut-ptlco pnlo lit A. Ilium's, Fort St,
oppoidto Catholic Cathedral.
Wheroer joii go, ou will find that
n Kodak will double your pleasure in
good times. It glM'.s j ou something to
do that's worth while. Seo the Kodaks
at the Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
.Messrs. Theo. II. Davles & Co., Ltd.,
lecelvod cable mlvleos 0Fteiday an
nr.imrlug a delay of thlrty-slx hours In
tho tlepaituro of tho Aoraiml from
Suva. Tho steamer was probably du'
laycd loading sugar.
Father I'owell gavo his first lllhlo
lending nt St. Andiew h othedr.il yes'
terday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Thero
wiih (jnito a largo uttotidanee lie took
lor Ids subject the Incident lu tho llfu
of Klljah when he wns fed by tho rav
ens nnd by tlio widow of Xuicp'ith.
Tbi'Mt lllhlo sludleo will rontlutio at 5
o'clock each (afternoon this wick.
A real scrap seemed Imminent yes
Iniduy nftoiniiou at tho meeting of
I ho Hoard of Liquor Commlssloncm
when tho application of .Mrs. Klemmo
for u Sunday prIUIcgo for her Aloha
Aln.i saloon restaurant cnuio up.
Some of the members woo In favor of
grunting tho application. aIiIIo others
hail their doubts. A. V. dear, repre
senting Mrs, Klemmo, Impretsed tlio
members so fawn-ably that they grant
ed tho petition.
The Oahu Association will met t tin
mm row morning, Friday, Oct. a, In
Kiiuinakapill rlinrrli, nt 10 n. in. Tho
principal topics for dleeiisiloii, In ad
dition to tho loutlno business, and lu
pous from thu chinches, will bo us fol
lows: Filday, 10.20 n. in., "Ownership
of Church 1'ioperty," by Hov. .1, I'.
Urilman; 2 p, in., "Aiouslug Temper
nco Sentlmont," by Itov. Dr. Scnddur.
Saturday, 10:40 a. m, "IMishlng S-m-day
Schol Work." by Itov. II. I. Jinld.
VJl: 10 p. in., "(lotting Cltisnr Together "
by Itov. F S. Scuddor; 7 p. in., "Ital
lilng Our Young I'eoplo." by Itov M.
K, Nakulnu '
Warden l'ratt of tho Utah Stain
penitentiary at Salt Lal.o foiled it plot
of three desperate prisoners, Itlchnrd
Doming, .loo Sulllwin, nnd Abo .Ma
Jots, to escape. Doming, tho leader,
enrilcd n big isnlfo and was planning
to nttnek the guards when captured.
, A unlijiio rnro of volunteer Ilfo
savlng crews of two men, Involving a
pull of thlileen miles fioni New York
battery, followed In u plunge lulu
the so.i, wns won by u South .Voiwnlk
(Conn,) ciow lu 1: 10; 00,
WHEW you arc "hoking at" n suit, there are three.
things you want to know nbout it: Is it correctly tailored,
docs it fit, and will it wear? ,
When you sec on n suit the label of i '
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
you have the answer ti all three questions.
Their tailors MAKE clothes to FIT and WEAR, and
make them in the lateit conect mode.
ELKB' BUILDING, KING
THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is the latest development of science in lamp production
mil the mors criticallly you reipml lamps tin more favor
ably you will lie impressed with the
It multiplies the light three-fold without consuming
nny more current than nn ordinary lamp and rjives a bril
liant daylight illumination.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near ALAKEA.
FOR TIIE BEST SODA WATER IN THE CITY. Made of
pure juice syrups and extracts and prepared by men who
know their business.
, Distilled water to office or house.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
IC - .'A'.TV l''llfI11'',"T""Wi
SHIPPING; AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE-f IRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' School.
WE WANT the opportunity of submitting figures on. excavating,
grading, rock, or concrete jobs.
P. M. POND. TEL. 890.
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Bought Right. Will
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