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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, BONOLULTJ, T. H FRIDAY, OCT. 1, 1908.
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dressist of the season. They arc modeled in the latest
shape, and arc very soft and pliable. Just the thing for
Made of Patent Kid and White Canva3.
SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
F6lM STIIEET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
If YOU Coilld gct a Puir of shoes
- that would last a
lifetime, and always he in style, would
not you he rather particular about the
way they fit you?
Well, then: a Refrigerator
a lifetimeif it's a good one.
Ed civ w' &vc Pcrect service for
' a lifetime and save you ten
times its cost.
If it's an
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CHAFING DISHES with patent Ivory Enameled Food Pans; CRUMB
TRAYS and SCRAPERS; CREAM and SUGAR SETS (gold lined); ICE
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A splendid assortment ranging in price from 15 cents
a bos of three cakes to the highest grade at 75 cents a bos.
Workman's Tar, 5c a cckc; Violet Toilet, 10c a box
of 3 cakes.
L. AllOy, Nuuauu below Hotel
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-- TT'tfJlj.-' "WteWl;'Ii"S
TIip first mittlies In tlio men's sin
gles tenuis tuurnument for tliu
cluiniploiiulil i of lliiwull wilt In-Kin
toimirnnv uftei noon on the com la of
the IMclflp Tc'inU Club nn follows.
At a p. ni. t.. S. Conncss v. H. A.
Cooke; V. I.. YVrtrren v. Harold Cas
tle. )U I p. in. C. (I. Iloclius v. S.
M lallou; A. L. Cnstle v. J. 1
Cooke. At 4:30 A. J. Lowrey v. S.
A. llalilwln. On Monday II. U. Hlc
low, a bye, wll' piny tlio winner of
l!ie Cooke-Conness mutch, and l K.
flivenflctil nnd V. K. Steerc, byes, will
pluy (igalnxt each other.
The entry book will remain open
for iiiou'h doubles, ladles' sliiRle, la
dles' doubles, and mixed doubles, un
til n Inter ilnt".
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. Oct. 16.1908
LANE'S LASSO STOPS
Illcliatd Lane, the lieutenant or
the mounted polite. List Wednesday
uftei noon madf u Ritllant stop of u
iiiunway, In which the usefulness of
the Kit Int now tan led by the mount
ed officeis was amply demonstrated.
The runaway ptarted from Klti
street near Hip rnllioad station, u
large, spirited horse attached to a
wagon with u hud of charcoal, run
ning nt a great rate down King
rtieet nnd up l.lllha. A little abovo
Vineyard tlio runaway collided with
n horse attached to a mill: wagon,
lluowlng It down. The runaway
then turned and ran back towards
At this point I.nnc came on the
Kccno. He w.is Hdlng clown i.iiiua
when ho saw the runaway In tha
distance. He Immediately guvo
chase and cniue up vlth It close to
Kukul stieet, Just us the outlaw was
turning Into i space crowded with
people. I.nne, with tlm practice bled
of many jeats on the ranches of Ha
waii, threw his rope with unerring
nlm, catching the runaway fair. Ho
threw It to the ground, and jumping
lo Us head held It down until It
could be extricated from tlio harness.
Luckily, no great damage was done.
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Hawtllan Acric.Cn, ,,
Haw Com A Sue: Co ..
Hawaiian SDKir Co...,
Iloiinnm BuRirCo ....
tlcmokal Sugar Co , ,.
Haiku Silirar Co ,
Hutchison Sugar Plant.
KaHuku Plantation id
Ktknlia Sug. Co
Kllhnlb Sugar Co . ...
hfnln. Su.ar I'n .....
Mcllrj.le Sugar Co ..,,
Dalin Suear Co
Onomea Sugar Co ....
Oiknla Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Mil ....
raaliau Sugar I'lart Co
Pala PlanlaTlon Co ,,,,
PfpMkeo Sugar Co.,,,
Wrl uku Sugar Co ...,
WalmanaVi Sugar Co.
Waimta Sugar Mill Co
liiter.Ulainl Steam NCo
Hon HTM. Co I'ltl
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Mutual Tvlnttione Co
Naliiku Hufilwr Co Ana.
Olliu Rft I. Co... ....
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Haw allan Pinr aipte Co,
HawTer a pc
HawTcr aH pc
flaw icr 1 PC
Haw Govt a DC
Haiku Sugar Co6 ,l
Ham. Pitch Co ,
Upper Ditch (a
Haw Com & Sus Co j
HaWSugur Cohpc... .
llllo R KCo Qui ope
Honaka Sugar co nc
II nil RT& 1. Ci. i c
k'ahuku P.aul Co 6 pc.
Mrllrvilr S Co', ia, ,
Oahu Sugar Co 5 p c . .
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 p c.
I'uc Su. Mill Co, (a
Pala PUntation Co ....
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Made of 'the Purest Worsted, and Hand Knit, in a
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Just the rifiht thinu for the devo
tee of golf. 'Handsome, serviceable,
easy to wear.
Just what the 'Yachtsman needs
when the spray is flying:., Keeps you
warm and neat. . . j
ELKS' BUILDING, KINQ STREET NEAR FORT.
Sales lletwecn Hoards: 20 Waia
lua. S77.B0; 5il Oahu Sag. Co.. Ul.'o;
S500O Pala Cs, $tUD.50; $G0U0 U It. &
I.. Co. fis, $100.76; $41100 Pioneer fis,
$104; $Siion Pioneer fls, $104; $l(,oo
Pioneer Cs, $101.
Latett sugar quotation 3.95 cents or
$78 per ton.
3 OCEANIC BOATS 'ARE
READY TO GO TO SEA
Tlio Hawaii Promotion Conimltteo
met yesterday afternoon, discussing
promotion woil: In general, nnd the
dlfncultlp of setting '" Australian
steamer from tlic Coast tluougli tills
place In particular.
Anions the Interesting facts de
veloped was that the Oceanic Com
pany's three steamers, Sonoma, Sier
ra, and Ventura nre being prepared
for sea, for what purpose Is not
Lloyd Clilldi stated that he has
been assuied by Frank Wiggins of
the I.os Angeles Chamber of Com
meue that there Is assurance of ;i
Honolulu-San riilro line within it
Percy Hunter of the New South
Wnles intelligence Bureau made U
talk on the possibility anil feasibility'
pf Inducing Kuropean travelers to
make n stay at Hawaii in the roursu
of their Journey from Kurope to tha
Beets 9s 10 l-2d
Sugar, 3.95 Bents
Henry Waterhousa 'Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu 8toek and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Mituccr.
FORT AND MEKCHANt"8T5.
lawaiian Iron fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-190 KINO 8TREtT.
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from us, besides
you save money.
I 113 ilOTEL ST.
OUR GROWING BUSINESS HAS
COMPELLED US TO MOVE INTO
WE ARE NOW TWO DOORS
ABOVE OUR OLD LOCATION IN
,THE YOUNG BUILDING, AND
READY FOR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
CALLS 'ON. ADMIRAL
JnpancEo Consul General Uyeno,
accompanied ' by jVlce, Consul Abe,
called on'Adnilrnl "Swinburne', com-lunnder-lii-chlcf
of the United States
Pacific Floe I, on board tlio flagship
West Virginia, at 10 o'clock thU
morning. The Consul, nttlrcd In
iitllclul Consular uniform, was rctelv
ed by tlio Admiral, with whom ho
ehutled for soma time.
The Adinlrni uccnmpaulcd by his
staff, will make the return call on
Consul (Jcncrnl Uyeno nt the Japan
ese Consulate General tomorrow ut
10 n. in.
CLEVELAND'S PLACE UNFILLED.
Now Yoik, October 2'. As a con.
sequence of the dentil of Graver Cleve
land, lis chairman and counsel, the as
sociation of lift! Insurance Innpoclors
voted today to ariumd Its constitution
by abolishing tliu nlllcu of chairman,
which had been held by Mr, Cleveland
slnco Its organization In December,
lOUli, nnd also tliu position of secro
taiy, held by Itobeil U. Co, A iiew
olllcu of general counsel and manager
was created nun .Mr. wox wus appoint'
cd to (111 It.
"Or. Luke of the Labrador" was tha
theme for Inst evening nt the Kilo
hnna Art League. Kathnilne Oliver,
who has lung neeu recognized, both
In America nnd In Urc.it Britain, as
the dean of Scotch readcis, has at
tained the el I mux of her work us an
Intel preter In mi entirely new field
the portrayal of life In Labrador
a life that has been brought won
derfully, close to us through the ge
nius of Norman Duncan. "Dr. Luke
of the Labrador" was given Its Ini
tial performance Oct. 13th. 1905, In
the presence of the uuthor nnd his
friends, nt Washington, Pa., and
f I om that day bus been tecognlzcd
us n remarkable entertainment
vliorover' It has been given, as shown
by the following testimonials:
Norman Duncan I inn glad that
the publishers of "Dr. Luke" have
given you the rights to the public
reading of the book, for this assures
mi Intelligent and sympathetic In
ter pi otat Ion. Lnht night I heard you
with very grcnt Intel est and pleas
ure. You seem to liuvo discovered the
spirit of Labrador life and to hnvo
found a wuy to communicate it to
jour audience. How you managed
so cleverly to adapt the book to the
very dllllcult purpose ou had In view
will always remain to me nn amaz
ing mystery. Uclleve that our In
terpretation hnf my approval. Wash
ington, Pa.. Oct. n, isor,.
Katharine Oliver, Interpreter.
There could be no sweeter, prouder
title. On Tuesday, ut Mis. McClar
ey's, she gave us llchly of (he wit and
wisdom of Ttobeit Hums. . . The
morning recital at Mrs, von Platen's
was upon Great Authors, In Hooks
and Out: Confessions of u Literary
Pilgrim, , , , Thursday cenlng wna
devoted lo tho recltnl of Dr Luke of
the Labrador, u powerful study of the
Isolated souls nf that lonely region,
and the strange philosophy there
evolved. Tho speaker held her nu
dlenco Npell-liound, smiles alternat
ing with tenrs .ie character after char
hcter was mnili to appear beforo us.
Not 'Cvcn the fish-nets and decora
tions upon the platform weie needed
lo help In creating that wonderful
atmosphere In "which foi tho tlmo
being wo lived and moved It was
Charles Edward Davis was bound
over to tho Dtstrglct court ut Oniuhn,
Neb., to nnswer tho chargo of murder
In tlm first degiee. for tlio killing of n wonderful portrayal nnd was wise
LOCAL AND IENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. makes
old-things fit new ncedi.
Thnrlow't for a lunch or dinner.
Detective Ilurenu. .1'-' Campbell Hid.
No fancy prices nt tho New Kngbtu
Iliiki-ry, Hotel St.
The band will play nt the Oypsy
I'ulr nt tho Mo.uia hotel.
Salo of flivvtM, pillow cases mid tow
els at Whitney & Mulsh's on .Mnudnyi
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., will
meet In K. or P. hall at 7.3ft this e en
lug. First degree work at Hawaiian
lidgu No. 21, I-'. mid A. M., Masonia
Temple ut 7:30 tonight.
Thu lloxing Carnival nt the Inde
pendence Club, Alakea Htleut, will take
place this afternoon ut 4-
The ludles of tlm Kunnlit Hnwliiij
Club have Im Nations out for a dance.
Tiiebdny evening, October 20.
There will lie no ndmlssliiu charged
for the Gypsy Kncumpnieut. The pub
lic is cordially Invited to attend.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us airy.
tlnlelwn Is tho pluco for comfort
nnd enjoyment. Sixty miles from Ho
nolulu on the O. It. & L. Hallway.
If you arc a beef-eater, get the beBt.
The cuts sold nt thu Metropolitan
Meat Co., telephone 45, are unexcelled.
Tho fleet bill, for which Invitations
were sent nut for October 10, will bo
given October 17 at the Monna Hotel.
Thu Hoard or Health has decided to
gle a trial to a new absolute euro for
leprosy from the Gerschwcller Rem
The ladles of the Kunalu Itowlng
Club have Invitations out for a danco
to lie glen nt their club house on tho
evening of Oct 20, 1908.
The sheets and pillow cases on sale
at Whitney & Marsh's on Monday are
nude by tho well-known Defender
Manufacturing Co. of Nuw York.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative propertlea California
Fed Co., agents.
Miss d'Lnrtlgue will teach nn ad
vanced dancing class for adults In tha
Kltohuiia Art l.caguo every Saturday
night. For particulars apply Ol'l'v ii.
Young Hotel. '
An unoccupied five-room cott.igo on
Kukiii Btrcct, belonging to Mr. Keen,
burned last night at 12:05 a. in . It
had been condemned by the Hoard of
Health and was not Insured.
Sccrelnry MoltSmllh has discovered
Indications of nn attempt lo secure
ccrtltlcates or Hawaiian birth by fnlso
testimony In one or two Chinese cases,
and prosecutions may follow,
Thu dunce to have been given Octo
ber 1.0 for Admiral Swinburne nnd offi
cer, at thu Mo.uia hotel, has been
postponed one week and will tnko
pluco Saturday evening, Octobor 17.
Thu hour or thu boxing contests has
been changed to . p. in. today. All
the sports In town should take notice.
or this, and be on hand lo seu tho host,
contests ever pulled off In Honolulu,
Some ery handsome sweaters, madn
of puiest worsted ami hand knit, in all
the fast colors, muy bu seen nt. Silva's
Toggery, King mid Fort Btrcct. Coat
nnd shirt sweaters for golf and
President James F. Morgan of Ihu
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, who
Is attending the Traus-Mlsslsslppl
Congress as a delcguto from this
place, lias done some stieniioiis work
for better transportation between
the?u Islands and thu Coast,
Oahu Lodge No. 1. K. of P., will
meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock In
K .of P. bull, Fort nnd nerotnnlu
streets. Work In tho third runk. A
cm dial Invitation Is extended to Mys
tic I.odgu No. 2 mid Will. McKlnley
Lodge No. 8. nnd all visiting Knights
from thu fleet.
Somu time ago the Chamber of Com
mercu hunt a request to Attorney Gen.
era! Houiiparto that George II. McClel
Inn bu appointed nn assistant counsel
In the rase of the United States vs. J.
S. Johnson & Co., Involving tho classi
fication of Imported canned pineapples,
and the Attorney General has written
that ho will be glad to take under ml
vlhcmciit uny suggestions that Mr. Mr
Clellan may hnvu to make.
Dr. Fredeilck llnstlii.
W. J. MoOee, tho erosion oxpeit of
the ilepailmeiit of ngilcultuie ut Wash
ington, D, C, estimates the loss dm lug
tho months the forest fires piovnlled
nggregnted $1,000,00(1 a day.
Vado II. Kills, ntlorney-general of
Ohio, will not leslgn until November,
tu become first assistant iilloruey-gcii.
era! oCtho United States,
ly kept for the Inst ontcitalnmfcnt of
this delightful course O.ik Leaves
(Chicago, 111,), March 10, 1900.
Saturday evening "Henry tho
F.lghth" Will bo the recital
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tht news of tha day.
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All tlruKgists rcfnnd
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
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THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is the latest development of science in lamp production
and the more criticallly y6u regard lamps the more favor
ably you will be impressed with the
It multiplies the light three-fold without consuming
nny more current than an ordinary lamp and gives a bril
liant daylight illumination.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near AUAKEA. PHONE 390.
ON THE SIDE
Our soda water is pun 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. We sell distilled 'water, too.
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0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco. '
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' Sohool.
WE WANT the opportunity of submitting figures on excavating,
grading, rock, or concrete jobs.
P.M. POND. TEL. 890.
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