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BVBNINQ BTJLLRTIN, HONOMJMJ, T. IT.,iONDAY, OCT. 12, 190S.
For Boys and Girls
Pumps and Slippers that are the very smartest and
dressist of the season. They are modeled in the latest
shape, and are very soft and pliable. Just the thing for
Made of Patent Kid and White Canvas,
SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS. u '
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
THE RIOHT REFRIGERATOR SAVES COLD CASH
FOR THE CONSUMER.
t, It has AIR-TIGHT doors and coven, and FAULTLESS
INSULATION. The only Right Refrigerator is the
The EDDY stands for CLEANLINESS and ECONOMY.
It's made right, and docs what it was made to do.
EVERY STYLE, SIZE, AND PRICE.
Theo. It Davies & Co., Ltd.,
CHAFING DISHES with patent Ivory Enameled Food Pant; 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
169 ing St.
A splendid assortment ranging in price from IS cents
a box of three eakes to the highest grade at 75 cents a box.
Workman's Tar, ffc a cake; Violet Toilet, lOo a box
of 3 cakes.
Ii. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-100 KINQ STREfeT.
from us, besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
and Monument Works
Meals are essential to health and
variety is the 'spice of life. We serve
what is considered the best meal in
the city whether it bo
(From 0 to 10)
(from XI to 2)
(From C to 8)
The variety is such that com
mends it to every one who enjoys
having something different every day
nd Ihe Service Is GOOD;
Business Leaders Will
SAN FIIANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 6.
"The United Pacific States." The ex
ecutives of tho commercial organiza
tions of1 the largtst cities of the Pa
cific Coast States unanimously In
dorsed that sentiment yesterday In
two meetings, a conference In tho
Chamber of Commerce rooms in tho
morning and a luncheon at noontlmo
at the St. Francis. .They went on tec
onl ns heartily In favor of u union of
tho tlueo Western ocean States, an
nlllance wjilch should 1)0 nbove sec
tionalism null local rivalry, a coali
tion which should present a solid
front to the Union and tho world lu
nil mntters vitally affecting the in
terests of tho entire Pacific Slope.
The meeting yesterday did not be
gin and end in talk. There were en
ergetic men at that conference, com
mercial leaders who aro not satlsfled
with anything short of decisive ac
tion. These men traveled to this city
to establish something more than an
oral truce between rival cities. They,
therefore, promptly took steps to crys
tallize their Idea, and the result will
bo the speedy formation of an organi
zation which will Include tho com
mercial bodies of nil tho great Pa
cific Const cities nu organization,
too, which will bo committed to u
policy of co-operation In cverythng
which will ndvnnco tho interests of
any Individual locality which needs
usslstnncc, particularly from Federal
sources. The new federation will, In
the words Quoted eloquently by Gnvln
McNnb at )osterday's luncheon, have
as Its motto, 'Olio for nil nud all for
Committee Is Appointed
President Chas. C. Moore of tho
San Francisco Chamber of Com
merce, acting on tho motion mado
at yesterday morning's meeting, ap
pointed n commlttco which will de
termine On a plan for n permanent
organization. This committee, thor
oughly representative In Its charac
ter ,1s made up of tho following men:
Former Governor John II. McQraw of
Washington, president of tho Scattlo
Chamber of Commerce; George II.
Stewart, president of the Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce; Edmond C.
Qlltncr, secretary of the Portland
Chamber of Commerce; Edwin
SicarnB, secretary of the Oakland
Chamber of Commerce, and Jas. K.
Mault of" tho San Francisco Chamber
The temper o( the gathering es
terday was admirably expressed In a
set of resolutions adopted in the
morning meeting at the rooms of tho
Chamber of Commtrce just before
adjournment for luncheon. This tct
of resolutions follows:
'Ilesolvrd, That the independence
of the Pacific Coast States necessi
tates united action In efforts to se
cure Federal legislation favoring tho
harmonious and successful expansion
of Pacific Coast trade and the natur
al development of Coast resources.
'Resolved, That two pressing needs
of the Pacific Coast, admittedly In
volving tho commercial welfare of
tho wholo country, nre tho mainte
nance of a large fleet of nnvnl vessels
In Pacific waters and the Federal
legislation that will stimulate Amer
ican shipping and send our Flag Into
every foreign port.
"Ilesolvcd, That In order to sccuro
the desired Federal recognition of tho
merchant marine, military, naval,
navigation, and collateral interests
affecting the trade and commerce of
Pacific Coast ports, we, representa
tives of Coast commercial organiza
tions, mutually pledge ourselves to
work for an ninilatlon that will en
able the several Coast States to exert
the cohesive strength of a united
There were representatives from
ten different commercial organiza
tions ol the Pacific ocean States and
Territories nt yesterday's meeting at
the Chamber of Commerce, and, In
addition, there were thre members
of California's Congressional delega
tion. This strong.assemblago had be
hind It the united support of Wash
Ington's Congressional delegation,
and words of encouragement from
other lawmakers from the other
States Interested in the now move
WILL PITCH TENTS
Everything Is In readiness for tho
pitching of tho Oypsy tents nt tho
Monmt hotel tomorrow afternoon,
wluiio tho grand fete of tho season
among social and humane circles will
bo held during tho afternoon and oven
Jug. Tho hotel grounds will bo util
ized for tho booths, from which re
trei'ts piotty gypsy maids will cry
their wares and fair society ladles will
offer for sulo flowers of nil kinds and
many other dainty mementos of th
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULD, Oct. 12.1908
I V-.e Of STOCK
2 Dnwer St Co..-..
P. Plantation Co ....
Haw Com ftSujjCo ,.
Ilattallan Sugar Co....
Honomu Sujiaf Co ....
Ilonokaa Sugar Co . ..
If.lVti tiivr Co ......
ft HI UM
Hutchlton Sugar Plant,
Kamiku Plantation 1..1
Ktkalia Sue- Co- .....
Klpaliuli: Sugar Co ....
Ifnlna Rupar Co ..
McBrrde Sugar Co ... ,
Halm Sugar Co
Onnmea Sugar Co ..,,
Onkola Sugar Plant Co
Olowalu Co.... y.
Paaliau Sugar riant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
rcpcflceo Sugar Co....
Wn.iiku Sugar Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co.
Walmca Sugar Mill Co
Itiltr-UUml Steam NCo
Hawaiian K led tic Co..
Hon R T ft I. Co ITl
ft 1 1,(11 1
Hon RTk .Count
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Rubber Cn
Paul up, .....
Nahiku Rubber Co Ate.
Oahu Rft 1. Co
Itnn Hft MCo:
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
HawTrr 4 PC
HawTer lit pc
Haw Gov't t pc '..
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw Sugar Co ci p c...
HlloRKCo Con b PC
Houakaa Sugar co. r,pc.
HonKTft L.CofS. c
ICahuku P.ant Co 6 p c.
MeBryileS Cn'itl, .
OahnKft I. Co6;, c.
Oahu Sugar Co i)c
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
I'ao Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pc.
Walalua tgtlr Co p c
'Sales Between Hoards: 20 Wala
lua, (80; SO Walluku, JlGd; 40 I'lutu
liatl, 119.75; 100 l'antihaii, 119.75; 300
Honokaa, $13.50; 150 Oahu Sng. Co.,
$28. Session: 10 Onliti Hug. Co., $28;
r, Oahu Sttg. Co., $28; ID Onkiilu, $12;
5. Wulaltta, $80.
Latest sugar quotation 3.9S cents or
$79.60 per ton.
Beets, 9s 8 l-4d
Sugar, 3.98 Dents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
FOREMAN OF OHAND JURY
(Continued from Face 1)
to bo sworn and nu Older tn show
cause mado out. This, of course, had
not been dono In this, caso.
"I withdraw thu line," then stated
tho Court, "and request tho District At
torney to go through tho necessary
When Dllllnnham appeared ami
was sworn, ho blntcd -that puihaps hu
,was not qunllflvd to servo as u Oraml
Juror, on account of tho fact that hu
held u Judicial position :m ono of tho
judges of thu Tax Appeal Court. Under
tho statuto ho could have claimed ex
emption from service, but he chaso to
wnivo this, and Judge Dole then ap
pointed hhh ns foreman of tho Jury.
Mr. Hreckons will lmvo tho affidavits
and order to show causo mado out, and
Walter Dillingham will bu prosecuted
for contempt of court.
Thirty-two witnesses hnvo been sub
noenaed bufore tho Oraml .Ittrv for
this session, as there is a largo number
of cabes to bo taken up. Among them
is tho counterfeiting charge ngulnst n
Japanese, who Is alleged to have tiled
to pass n bogus ten-dollar gold-pteco
on an O. It. & L. conductor. Waltur
Drake, Ilovcnuo Collector and his
deputies who wcro assisting him in
the raid or an Illicit still a few days
ngo. aro aUu ciiniinoned to testify
against tho Japanese bozo-makers.
Isol, of laukca-hundred-dollar-nntc
fame, Is ono of tho witnesses sum
muuoil, but on Inquiry it was learned
that ho wns merely a witness In mi
Edmunds Act case.
(Continued from Fact U
received, to n limited extent, but
nothing definite nnd consecutive
Conditions wcro very good Satur
day evening, nnd basldes n good don)
of receiving from th Fleet, the Ka
hukti operator talked with Ban
Francisco for an hour, tho signals be
ing Btrong and clear both ways, I.nut
evening conditions were less favor
able, nnd tho talk was not Indulged
Congratulations were extended to
tho local wireless people from tha
Coast companies on tho success of tho
new plant, working now at Knhuku.
Tho transformer Is In place, and tho
station icady for doing nil tho busi
ness it Is doslgned for.
Other messages wcro gotten Satur
day evening. Tho Thomas was
heard, announcing the time of her
nrrlvnl nt this port as 2 o'clock this
afternoon, though It appears that
her navigator calculated that he was
a llttlo slower than was leally tho
case, as sho was sighted this morn
lug about 10 o'clock.
The Weekly Edition of tht Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day,
Wherever Hats are worn. . We are sole agents in Hawaii.
ELKS' BUILDING, KING
LOCAL AND 8EMAL
A Bulletin Want Ail. makes
old things fit new needs.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Dcli'ctlvti Iliirvnu, Hi Campbell Hid.
Tbcru will bo u meeting tif I'liolfle
Lodge. No. 822. A .1'. & A. M In Mil-
houlc Temple, nt 7:.".0 this evening.
Admiral Holiday estimates that
17,0(10,(100 dollurn will bu spent tin
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served la the best manner
nt the rasbion. Juct rjlve us a try.
Abslstnnt Superintendent of Public
Winks Kluegcl has g"no It) Ptipukea
today, wheru ho will lay out u now
load for tho homesteaders.
On Installments of S3 imr month you
can purchase n Whlto Family Itotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd ,
agents, 1206 Fort St. Phono 488.
All Odd Fellows In tho city should
attend the meeting of Harmony Lodge
No. 3, I. O. O. !'., nnd see tho flist
degree work by tho now all lit team.
Theio Is no belter high ball com
pounded lliau that which Is made with
thu water of thu Consolidated Sodii
Water Works Company, telephone 71.
Cost your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
Yoj will bo surprlsod at tts cooling
and preservative properties. California.
Feed Co., agents.
MIsh d'Lurtlgue will teach an nd
nnccd dancing class for adults lu tho
Kllohnna Art Leaguo every tl.iturda
night. For particulars apply OPlco ,
If you havo u parcel too largo for
n hoy to curry, let our special parcel
dellxory man have It to take In his
wagon. Tcirltorlnl Messenger Ser
vice. Phonv .101.
The Itapld Tiauslt Co, is iisIiik n
now devlcp for killing weeds on Its
trncks by menus of a gas blast gener
ated from n tank which can bu at
tached to the roar of n car
You nto cordially invited to bo
present nt tho demonstrations to bo
given every Tuesday, Thursday nnd
.Satm day moiuliig lu the dining hall of
tho Y. W. C. A., from 8:30 till 11
Oahu Young People's Luton v.lll
meet this evening at 7:30 u'c.iick ;t
the Y. M. C. A. hall to consl.ler plana
for entcrfilnlng the men of tl.o Pool
and other business of tho teelclbi.
Tho president would Uko to sto nil so
Tho organization of tho new Third
Precinct, Fourth District, Republican
Club, will tako placo tonight at 7:30
at the Itapld Transit shed, Alexander
and Young streets. This takes In tho
voters of .Manoa, Collego Hills. Pulia
tion nnd P.iivaa.
Sixteen homostondftis from Ilnnomu
nud ono from Olna havo proved up
tliclr claims, wiinm the past week, at
tho Hllo Land olllee. Their lots run
from twenty-five to thlity-flvo ncres
each, nro almost entirely under cultl-
vat loll nnil planted to cane.
There will bo n regular meeting of
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F.. at
7:30 this evening In Odd Fellows hall.
The now dilll team of mcmliem of Har
mony and IJxoolslnr lodges will confer
thu first dent ru on several candidates.
Mt-mliuiH of Harmony and F.xcelslor
Lodges, I. O. O, F ns well as visiting
Odd Fellows, me cordially Invited to
A Japanese bicyclist was run ovor
and seiloiisly hurt on Saturday nf tor-
noon uy an unto driven, It Is icported
by tho pnllre, by u young woman
nnmed Dora Spencer. Tho nuto was
n Inrfu onu nnd tho girl wns being In
structed In tho operation of tho car
when tho Jnpinesq wns stiuck, Tho
latter was taken tn thu Queen's Hos
pital for treatment.
Tho Christian Kndcavnrers of Cen
tral Union and the Christian church
had u joint meeting yesterday ovenlug
at which the members discussed thn
general plan of wink for their com
mlttces for tho full. It was also ro
bohed to call a meeting of tho two so
cieties for tonight, to meet nt tho Y.
M. O A. hall to consider plans for en.
tcrtalnlng tho men of tho fleet nt tho
parish house, Central Union, on Friday
Tho Pacific Mobokah Iodgo gave an
enjoyable masquerade hull on Satur
day ovenlng. Tho following jttlres
wcio nwarded: Laillos.,flist pilzo,
wpanisii costume. Miss Itlckctt: gen
llemen, flist prize, Spanish cavallor.
Mr. ltoso; most oilglnal ladlus' and
gentlemen's costumes, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Nojes, ns Duster Ilrovvn and Mary
Jnuo; Indies' best sustained character,
Fiench doll, MIsh Welserj gentlemen's
best sustained character, gray clown.
STREET NEAR FORT.
THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is the latest development of science in lamp predtiction
nnd the more criticallly you rcutird lamps the more favor
ably jou will be impressed with the
It multiplies the light three-fold without consuming
any more current, than an ordinary lamp and gives a bril
liant davlight illumination.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO STREET near ALAKEA.
ON THE SIDE
Our soda water is pure and well flavored. There never
was an aerated water to equal it in Honolulu. Mixed with
the proper ingredients you have the finest "High Ball" it
is possible to produce. Wc sell distilled water, too.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph A. Gilma.ii,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE TIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yd, excavation at Manoa Girls' School.
WE WANT tht opportunity of submitting figures on excavating,
grading, rook, or concrete jobs.
P.M. POND. TEL. 890.
OPENING One of
TODAY McCall's Patterns
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.
VT - ' !! . -fV H
mtm & y I
Water Works Co., Ltd.