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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. OCT. 2(1, 1908.
'$4.00, $5.00, AND $6.00.
GUARANTEED TO STAND CHICAGO WEAR, it will
wear well ANYWHERE.
RAPID TRANSIT MEN prefer it to others.NO FREAKS
in this shoe; they arc a 11 sensibly shaped lasts.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
Table Glassware, Basketware, Kitchen Utensils, Nick
clware, Suit Cases, Bath Sponges, Porcelain and Tin Moulds
Casserole Ware, Parker Napkins, Jardinieres, Paper Cases,
Doilies, Chafing Dishes, Nicklc Pitchers, Pocket Flasks,
Ice Tubs, Table Crockery.
The last opportunity the housekeeper will have to buy
goods at practically cost. These baigains will clear out
our stock for Holiday Goods.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 King St. Household Emporium.
Manager Chalmers Gives
Great Feast For
A bunch of Itepubllcnn candidates
Invaded Wulmnnulo )csterday on a
stumping expedition. An excellent
hum had been prepared by Malinger
Chalmers mid full Justice was done
to It liv both the candidates mid
their victims. After tho meal somo
very good speeches were made by va
rious candidates, mid, although tho
crowd, owing principally to tho lim
ited population, was not large, tho
speeches were well received.
Manager Chalmers was untiring In
his cffoits to make his guests com
fortable. The voting contingent of
WJitlinnnnlo Is not large, there being
foity-slx registered. A portion of
these were said to bo corraled nt
Knllua by Democratic booze, but
thero wcro thirty or more voters of
the precinct present to hear tho
speakers and enjoy the luati. Mr. Chnl
mors threw his house open to visit
ors from town, serving n lunch to
those arriving early so that tho late
ones had free scope nt tho lunu.
One of tho features of tho address
cs was the promise to take up the
matter of hnvlng tho round-the-lsl-nnd
road lucludo Wnimnnulo as It
Is entirely practical to construct n
loadway nt small cost down the Mn
The only drawback of tho expedi
tion wus the wretchedness of the liv
ery, the tallyho. In which the major
ity of tho Itinerants were conveyed,
probably breaking all records for
slowness between Honolulu and Wnl-
mnnnlo. Tho trip across the Pall
had to bo made in total darkness,
mid although tho driver cxciclscd
commendable care the ilg got stuck
up against the sldo of tlio Pall road.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
fill,! Ml) 111 it
ft IMF U -M
fcl V.i ut STOCK
Z Offwcr It Co-..
tUwa'lin Attrfc. O. . .
Hawaiian Sur Co. ...
Hrtnomu Pujaf Co ..
MottoVi Sugar Co. ..
Hutchison Sujar Plant,
KtuVu ''Ian atloii Co
Ktkaha Sug- Co
Ktialvjti: Sugar 1.0..,.
Koloa Sue ar Co
Oalm Smar Co
Onomca SuKar Co ....
OokolaSuKxr Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ....
Ulowatu Co ,,
PaaliauSiucar PtRtit Co
Pacific buar Mill
Paia Plantation Co ....
Peilirn ptiear Co....
Wai uku Sugar Co ....
Walmea SurarMiH Co
tnter-Itanl SiM'ti NCo
Hon W T & L Co 1'rcf
ual T1iihouc Co
Natilku Rubber Co.,
I'aiti uu ,
Oaliu R & I.Co..
Ililn II K f'o
tlawler 4 pc
HawTcr W pc
Mmt Govt 1 lie
haiku rmjtaruoo c
Ham. Ditch Co.
Utrtier Ditch 64
Haw Com ft Sub Co 5 1
Haw Surar Comic...
Kilo RkCn Con 6 pc
Hmukaa Sugar to (k,
Hon RTftl.Cii6p c
kuhuVu P.atil Co 6 pc.
Mf urror r .ni mm.
Oahu Sugar Co p c .
Pac- Sur. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantatlo 1 Co ...
Pioneer Milt Co 6 DC .
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" AiVUJUU ll TAllliJM
.!Z1' 1 :. " Thirtv or forty cents invested in
-"-" l ;, Bulletin Want Ads. will bring
zzzziz :::: results.
' '"' Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
".ZZ; i ar !U DetectUe llureiitl. 32 Campbell Hid.
.. 1 iw ...... Nu fniiey irlceB sit tho .Vow Kuglaii'C
! lialiery, Hotel Ht.
i) ... . All kinds of beer, wines anu nuxcu
you'll find us there in the matter of
correctly-made clothes. Our
Hart, S chaff nr,
suits and overcoats leave everything
else in clothes far behind. We'll
6liow you some of the best things
King St., near Fort
Sales Uetween Hoards- 31 Oahu
Sug. Co., $:s; 1B0 Hnnokaa. $H..17',.--55
Ilnw. C. & S. Co., $95. Session. 5
Piinuhait, $21; 20 Pnaiihuii. JJI, 20
I'auuhaii, $21; 15 Paauhau, $21.
Latest sugar quotation 4.03 cents or
$80.60 per ton.
Selling out at 5c per yard
for one week only .
Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
HOLMES AND FORD
llnrton Holmes, tho lecturer and
writer, who was tho nuthor of the
article In the Lmltcs' Home Journal
In which the now famous leper In
cident Is described, hits written to
Hobert K. lloulne and makes amends
ns best lio cnn. He states that tne
Incident occurred up Mnno.i valley
while he was with Kurd, tho latter
unking so much of It that It stuck
In his mind. Holmes writes n very
manly letter, mid promises tho peo-
plo of Hawaii that ho will do nil In
Ills power to erase tho bad Impres
sion ho has inndo here.
Speaking of Holmes' letter this
mornlne lrd snld: "It was n splen
did, manly letter that must remove
from the mind of everyone nny Idea
of culpability on Holmes' part. To
mo tho matter was a mere Incident.
Holmes Btates in his 'Companion' ar
ticle that his companion was not In
tho least alarmed. 1 hnd just return
ed to tho Islands then, eight months
iiro, and did not realize that n hnnd-to-hund
nimy across Oahu cnujd
ninrch from end to end or tho Islund
nnd not find a leper. Tho woman's
hand was withered and sho tried to
conceal It. Wo thought of leprosy
hut neither of us had any Idea that
the 'Incident' to mo would loom up
Into an 'event' for publication."
Beets 10s 3d
Sugar, 3.95 Sents
Henry Watartiouse Trust Go.,.
Stock and Bond Department
Member. Honolulu Stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Mnustr.
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO VOUNO BLDQ.. 17H90 KING STREfeT.
from us, besides
you save money.
T-, - .--. -.. -WW.
113 HOTEL ST.
TO LARGER QUARTERS
We have been compelled to move
our store to larger quarters.
We are now located and ready for
business two doors above old location
in the Alexander Young Building.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
YOUNQ BUILDING. . a
Tho men of Central Union church
will get together tonight for tho first
tlmo In years. Last week the Young
Men's Cabinet, organized a year ago
by Dr. Scuddor to nromoto tho effect
iveness of tho men of tho church, sent
out an Invitation for nn informal sup
per for tho purpose of organizing a
Men's U'Ukuo to bring Into closer fel
lowship and moro efficient social bcr
vice the men of tho church and city.
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF
THE 1ST AND 2D PRECINCTS
OF THE 4TH REPRESENTA
You are hereby requested to meet
at the places mentioned below for
the purpose of rc-organiztne your
respective precinct clubs, elect offi
cers thereto, and to transmit to the
undersigned jour official doings
thereon, meeting to take place Mon
day evening, Oct. 2C, at 7:30 o'clock.
1st mewet, 4tn uistnct, at A. t
Cooke's residence, Kairauki.
2d Precinct, 4th District, at W. C.
Roe's residence, Kalakaua Avenue.
E. J. CRAWFORD,
Sec. County Committee.
NEW - TO-DAY
Will bo paid for information loading
to the discovery of tho person who
broke ono of our largo platu glass win.
dows somo time between Saturday
evening and Monday morning.
I II. KEIIR & CO., LTD.
Copy of tho recommendation of
the Deputy Sheriff of tho Democratic
I'Jity, District of Ewu, County of
To All Whom It May Concern:
This Is to certify that JOSIH'H II.
MAKANANI Ins been a pollco officer
under me for o. period' of six years
and that during that period I havo
always found him to bo a faithful
nuil cillclent officer. J. II. Coney,
Sheriff of Knuul. I.lhue, Ktiunl, 9th
May, 1900. 4141-lt
that is made from Pure Cream and
CAKES that are a good deal lighter
than 'Ma makes? Then come to us.
Wo serve meals from G to 8 a. m 11
a. m. to 2 p. m., and from 5 to 8 p.m.,
at reasonable prices. Service the
HOTEL, next to Perkins' Gallery
DKI.IVKItUD to resi
dences nnd offices nt 2c
per hundred after Novem
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Smoke the OWL
5c CIGAR 5o
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
185 editorial rooms 250 buil
ness office. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
DvtPCtUc Ilurentl. 32 Campbell Hid.
Nw fnney prlceH nt tho .Vow Kuglaii'C
lialiery, Hotel Ht.
. All kinds of beer, wines and mtxeu
drinks nro served In the best inannor
nt the Fashion. Just ulvu ub a try.
Take your carriage tir automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrrlnge Maufy. Co.. tor
Oceanic Lodge No. 371, K nnd A.
JI.. will meet nt Masonic Trmplo nt
7 30 o'clock this evening for the trims'
uitlon of business.
If j on have not nliciiily li'il Tan
Kn llan.i get busy with It nmnscu how
rapidly tho kitchen wiurlosijvlll dis
appear. All grocers t.eu u. (
Coat your iron roots with "Arabic."
Yo.i will bo surprised at Its' cuollnc
and preservative properties California
Teed Co., agents.
Oiiod meats nro ost.t-nll.il to health
and Uio MctioiioUtau Jlent .Market H
necessary to tho happiness of oery
U'sldent. Oft jour meats there If ou
wish to keep your health.
On nccoiint of Illness, I'resldelit
(irllllths of l'unuhoil College has been
ki anted a Ieao of absence, and T. C.
How land has been appointed to servo
while the former Is away.
C. II. Helm's barn In' 'I'ltlolo was
ilestrojed by fire Saturday afternoon.
Helm's nut which wus Intldu, wnn
dentin) ed. while n machine belonging
to C. .1. Schoenliu; was damaged.
Two photographs of n young girl
weic lost on or from the street enr on
King stiect, bJtwccn Alaku.i nnd Slier
iduu streets, lust week. Kinder please
cumir.unlcatn with tho llillletlu nlllco.
P. eh & Quiun are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phono
103 Short runs COc and $1.00 By
tie hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
The i'luanclal Secretary or tho Ha
wafl.m l'.iiglnccilng Association (W. I..
ICitim) cm he found nt tho Uvenlng
1 llulleiln oury day (cceiit Sunday)
between 12 m and 1 p. in.
Mis. C I.. DIcKermn will hao imr
iiflllliicry opening Tuesday. Wedn
day ami Thursday of this week. Eiery
l.nly of Honolulu Is kindly luvhud to
call ami Inspect tho latest In hall mil
When you bum gas vim nro not
burning iniinoy. Tliero Is no fuel lh.it
gln-8 the biimo amount o fhntlsfncllou
nt so llttlo cost. (let a gas stoo from
tho Honolulu (Ins Co., Ltd., Ilishop
Kerr'n opened today n big lot of
muslin underwear ut cxtraoidluary
low pilces and will begin tomoriow
morning a nulck tuin-oier sale. Tho
prices should effect a speedy clearance
of uveiy Item.
Carlos Long yesterday tendered his
resignation na a member of tho Hoard
of License Commissioners, nnd nlso ns
Second District JIaglstrnte of Hono
lulu, thus putting himself In lino for
Admiral Hockley, Independent can
illiluto for Treasurer, und Senator Kn
Inuokalnnl nnd oilier Homo Hulo-l.ati-oi
lies who have been touring thu Is
land for tho past two or thrco days,
returned to town last ou'iilns.
All members of Harmony I.odgo No.
3, I O. O. r uio rcriuosted to ultend
the meeting of that lodgo In Oild Fel
low's Hall at 7:30 this ovcnlng. There
Is to bo a discussion relative to tho
now team that should ho Interesting
to I'veiyouo connected with tho nnlor.
Halelwa hotel Is tho place for com
fort and unlet. Tho uimrigcnicut and
the staff mnko the satisfaction of 'the
guests their first thought. It Is only
a short run from town, sixty miles
over Uio Oahu Hallway, und a very
pltMisnut place It is to spend n day or
A meeting of tho women of tho Col
lego of Hawaii wdb held Inst, Satur
day afternoon at Ihe residence of 1'iuf.
Jt W. Ollmoio. Fiom 3 until I o'clock
there was n prnginm of talks on Ha
wnlhin legends. 110111 Iheu until 0
o'clock Iheio was 11 reception to tho
mu1u.11 students of tho college.
News of tho death of Thomas Carr
Nugent nt Ilerkrlcy, California, Octo
bir 12, has been lecclved by his nun,
V. It. NiiKout, siiieilntcndcnt of tho
Fieo Dlspensaiy of tho Hoard of
Health, The deceased was In his
eighty sjxth year, a veteran of the Mux.
lean. war, nnd it California plnncct- of
'19, Mr. Nugent was burled with lull
Uury honors lu the 1'resldlo cemetery.
We received by the Alameda a larpe shipment of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo Lamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
is made of perfectly pure water flavored with pure syrups
nnd charged with the proper amount of carbonic acid gas.
Too much will spoil it as quickly as too little will give it
the qunlity of water from the 'tap. It is not lias that
prompts us to say that OURS is RIGHT.
Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager.
Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Acent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Rath, 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. 8D0.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LT
fmiUttiiiiu &.Mmik iTtt.