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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLtTLU, T. 1I SATURDAY,. NOV. 21, 1908..
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The Hanan shoe meets the
requirements of those who
want refinement and distinc
tion in the shoes the; wear.
We have a bin new stock of
them, just in, We arc open
ing new cases every day. Call
and get your fit in this fine
Biu New Line of
I JOURNAL PUBLISHED
ON BOUNDING MAIN
Pioneer Pacific Ocean
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET. A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
Real Picture Glass
Not Huiltlct's Glass
Also Good Workmanship
Every Picture, small
large, should have proper
consideration in its' fram
ing. This you will get at
Kurt, below King
HONOLULU STOGC EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Nov. 21,1908 ,
Tho first newspaper, printing wire
loss dlspatrhes, to lie Issued ou tho
Pacific Occnn, was published cm board
tin' Matsnn liner Lurllno on Its last
trip to tho Pacific Coast. Tho pnper.
Which henrs tho nnmo of tho Lurllno
Dispatch, wan edited by Wallace It.
Farrlngton, editor of the B v o n I n g
Not having a unliable printing press
handy, the publishers ran off tho first
edition on n mimeograph, wireless
ulspatches, both from tho stations on
the malnlaud and In the Islands, wore
utibllshed. na well ns messages re
ceived from the Transport Sheridan.
The paper, which Ik two columns
wide, contnlns eight pages of live read
ing matter, as well as snappy person
al and editorial columns.
The following extracts nre taken
licim the first edition:
"The 'I.urllno Dispatch' Is tho plo
nccr wireless newspaper of the Pa
cific Ocean deep sea travel.
"At great oxpenee and through the
efficient servlco of Mr. Warren of the
stcamshli) I.urllno and Mr. lsbell of
the Kahuku wireless station. It Is en
abled to present to Its readers each
day a complete review of the events of
the world. Its editors nre men and
women of wide experience, who have
done most everything but appear UP'
fore the crowned heads of Europe and
the tiollce Judge.
"Onerator Warren was ono of tho
nrlelnnl Marconi staff, uml his opera!
id in tho trans-Atlantic service, tsbell
Is also ono of the high class experts
of the country.
"Everything and everybody connect'
ed with the Matson Navigation Com
nanv steamship and ncwri sen Ice Is
In the tonnotcher class.
"Five years henco It Is to be hoped
nil tho steumshlps of the Pacific will
In, mi tu iur standard.
"I.et It bo known that there Is lotr
uf news that might bo published if II
were not so all-fired hard to. print It
If tho steward were not mightily goon
utirrcd the Dispatch could not nave
been sent to press. Society and po
lice reporters havo gone on a Btrlku,
n.nvlntr tho editor, the devil, the art
ist and tho spring pout to get out tho
'Twoniy-oigm nines nruuuu mv
deck Is ono mile.
"Two dispatches have been sent to
tho Honolulu press. Ono was congrat
ulatory. All but Jim Dolo Joined In
tho Joy over tho election of Cathcart.
Ho had his on TafU . .-
""When In doubt about trans-paclflc
tru,vcl TAKE tho-.LURLINB. -
"A Brent error wns mado In the
wireless tn tho Bulletin announc
ing Hint Cant. Wcedon Is champion
ilmiilno nlaver. Ono of tho editorial
fctnff of tho Dltspatch suatcllcd the
lanrol from his brown with throe
Tn rnnrnrtn have been held III
Social Hall. Tho music .cleared IJia
hall in tho shortest llmo on record.
"Newspapers take notice. 8pe the
captain's name Weedcu. not We'edon.
He Isn't that kind.
"Wan en ami Campbell won the
Deck Clulf championship from Farrlng
ton and Hnllernufor. Tho later play
well but got tangled n their long
"When It comes to bidding on podro
lake Mrs. Doddes Courage Tablets.
I i of 'STOCK
: Brewer Co-
Kwi plantation C ,,,.
Hawaiian Arle. Co....
Hiw Com Ik Sue Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Honomu Sugar Co ....
Haiku Sugar Co ......
Hutchison Sugar Plant.
Kahuku ranielloli Co
Kekaba Sug- Co .....
Klaliiilu Sugar Co....
KTnln. Surar Co- ....
McBrrde Sugar Co ....
n.htt iur Cn
Oikola Sugar Hani Co
Olaa Sagar Co UU
paaliau Sugar PUnl Co
Pacini Sagar Mill
Pala plantation Co ....
Prpeeken Sugar Co....
ri.-r Mill Co- ,
Wet.uku sugar Co , ,.
Walmta Sugar MID Co
futcr-Hland Steam N Co
Hawaiian Kieettic to.
Hon K T ft L. Co Pre!
Hon R T ft L Co Com
Mutual Ttn.nonf Co
Nabiku Rubber C&Aw.
Hllo RR Co. .'....
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
HawTer ! pc
Haw Govt ipc
Ham. Dltck Co ,
Uwer Ditch (a
Haw Sugr Co p c...
HlktR HCo Con pc
Hooakaa Sugjrco. Cpc.
Hon R J ft L Co 6 l c
KalUYU r.am cn uc
MrbtTdf S Co'. Is.
Claa Sugar Co p r .
Pac Sug. Mill Co,.U
Pala Plautatlon Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co a uc.
Watalua gtlrCo IPC
. out) 000
Sales IJotwccn Hoards: $1000 Pio
neer Cs, $105; 20 Haw. C. & S. Co..
f!)9.r0; M Keknha. JI50; (2000 I'ac. K.
M. Cs, $101,50; 20 Haw. C. & 8 Oo
$99.50; 10 Oahu Bug. Co., $2S.3T'.i: 2i)
Ewa, $27.37ii; 34 l.'wa. $27.37H; :!0
Haw. Pineapple, $23; 70 Hnw. Pine
apple, $23.1'JVi. Session: 2f. llrtw.
Sug. Co., $34.25; 20 Olaa. $4 87',-, in
Pioneer. $140; 10 Ookalu, $13.02'.j.
Latest sugar quotation 3,t2 cant.
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USINESS wear isn't the
only thing we provide
clothes for. There are many
occasions when a man needs,
and ought to have, dressy
clothes; when the sack suit
is inappropriate; when your
associates will be correctly
dressed, and you can't afford
to be otherwise.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
goods ore the best in the world. We have them.
KINO ST. NEAR FORT.
Beets. 10s, 3d
Hmry Witirhousi Trust Co.,
MT If i B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad. faili
to tell it for you, throw it away I
Meals served a all hours at the
New Knglahd Ilakery. Hotel street.
Why use "any other mincemeat when
you can get Mrs. Kcarns delrclous
C. 1.. Khodcs Is mentioned as a can
didate for tho office of secretary to
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are Borvc'd In the bost manner
at the Fashion. Just glvn us a try,
Tho band will play this afternoon at
tho Queens Hosnltal. Sunday the
concert will bo nt Make'e Island.
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall. "Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
phone 16. ,
Lou L. Harding, Internal Hovenuo
Inspector, was adorned with a now
pair of'antlo'rH last night In No. 016,
Coot, your Iron roofs with "Arable.'.'
You .will be surprised at. Its cooling
and preservative properties California
niHii nun hum iu.i uun --. ms. , .,,.- - ,-.
' r , Water In Nuuanu dam Is dowi) to nl-.
QfAltlr U Rnill niniltBlll most Uothlng, and 'the mattur'hasbe-
OlUlil. IN OU1U UlUllllf fill come so BurlonsHhat unjess ruin comes
Mrnbsr Hnolultt8Wk and 'Bond the.clty will face a UroughtrTTr";
We received by the Alameda a large ihipment of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo Lamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
Exchange).' " '
WILLIAM WILtlAMSOH. Manager.
FdRT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
.TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE
Napa & Sonoma Wine Co.
YOU can get Wines higher in price,
but quality and price considered, it
will be hard to surpass this brand
of Table Wines that has taken First
Prizes at ali the late Expositions.
Red Wines, White Wines, and these
exquisites, Sparkling Wines, Sparkling
Sa liter ne, Sparkling Moselle, Sparkling
I LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
WINE OELIARB, 169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240
Old-style straight Ken
tucky liourbon. Conti
nental was. the favorite
of the Southern gentry
of "befoah the war" pe
riod. 'A goed, honest,
friendly old whiskey'."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
a-Li i a. J il au. ! ..
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PU0NE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 1S4.
Fort St., Opp. W, G, Irwin & 0 Ltd.
We do all kindi of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Alack Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc, SAFE MOVING A SPf
CIALTY. - , ...
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
NEW BM MANAGER
' WILL SflON ARRIVE
8. Tokicda, who has been appoint
ed manager of the local branch of
the Yokohama Specie Uank, succeed
ing Y. Akal, who returned to Japan
on account Of Illness, will arrive In
the steamship Korei from Japan De
cember 4 th. The news of his com
ing wus lecelved by tho local office
Mr. Tokleda has been sub-manager
of the branch office In New York tor
many years. Ho passed through here
onjhfs way back to Japan, and whlio
here left somo of his belongings at
the Custom House. He comes highly
recommended by the' manager of the
New York branch. k
K. Otsuka, the sub-mariager, who
has efficiently conducted the affairs
of the local branch during the Illness
and return to Japan of Mr. Akal, will'
bo the right-hand man of Mr. Tokl
eda when he arrives here.
FTBES FATAL SHOT
WINNIPEG, Man., Nor. 9. Lord
Sholto Douglas, brother to the pres
ent Marquis of Queepsberry and son
of the eighth marquis, who framed
the Queensberry rules under which
prlzo fights are now conducted, Is
held In the nrovlnctal lull at Nelson.
Urltlsh Columbia, and will probably
have to face a murder charge.
Last week Sholto went shooting
and upon his return found his house
at Creston, II. C, occupied by an ex
officer of the Urltlsh army, named
Kowland. He ordered him to leave
but' Rowland would not do so, where
upon Sholto emptied his shotgun at
ihort range Into the back of , the
head and neck of Rowland. Sholto
was arrested and held for trial on a
charge of attempted) murder, but.
Judging 'from he condition of Row
land this evening, this will bo chang
ed tu a .charge of murder. -
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kindi.
"What Influenced your wife td do
her own cooking;" "She wanted to
get an afternoon out once In a
white." Houston Post.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity pin.
Kinder kindly notify Charles Al
bright, this ofllre. 4181-tf
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on installments or 13 er. month yon '
can purcliuaotaWblto, Family, Rotary
sewing macnine; - uenny t i;o it.ii.,
agents, 1266 Kort St. Phone 4SS.
u Father Alavcrs of Holualoa has re
ceived a cable 'from his slstor In Hoi
glum 'that his mother Is on her way to
Honolulu to pay a two mouths' visit
Where' ia the Royal Annex Signt
Julius, Ascli will act us, head, usher
for tho contort to bo given tonight nt
the Hawaiian Opera House and Moses
K. Nakulna will be tho program di
At tho Methodist church tomorrow
morning President Perley U Home or
Kameliunieha will p e"t. Ill the
ivening Rev. J. 1,. Hopwoo.1 will
Tho ling over tho Italian consulate
was floating yesterday at the head of
the stuff In honor of Iho birthday of
Queen Margberlta, tho mother of the
King of Italy.
Read Dlom'a advertisement and seu
what u dollar will, buy. The bargains
in that store exceed In value thosu of
any other establishment; dollars work
overtime thoro. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindsay "expect to
sail from Liverpool by tho Luiltanla
on November 21. They 'will probably
reach Hllo by tho Deromber .Enter
prise. Hllo Tribune.
U o. lilacKman, principal of Alllo-
lanl College la suffering from an affec
tation of Ilia vocal chords, and has
been forbidden by his physician to
speak at all for tho present.
The- Financial Secretary of the Ha
waiian Engineering Association (W. L.
Eaton) can be found at the Evening
Bulletin every day (except Sunday)
between 12 m and 1 p. m.
The comet was seen qulto distinctly
from Punchbowl street last night at
about half-past seven. With an ordi
nary pair of oiera glasses a fine view
of the sterral ranger could bo ob
tained. Try a Royal Annex oyiter loaf.
Charles L. Ilealo, treasurer of tho
Jarotl Smith Tobacco Company.- ar
rived yesterday from Kona. Ho, Is ex
hibiting some remarkable specimens
of tobacco leaf grown on this planta
tion. A part of tho crop hi nearly
ready for market.
Professor Sowers of the Carncglo In-
fctlt'iitu who has been In Honolulu be
fore on tho Galileo expedition, passed
through here on tho Manchuria. 1 ITo Is
on his way to ipako magnetic observa
tions at various points In China, Tar,
tary and. Urltlsh India,
Secretary Ito of the Japaneso Con
sulate leaves for Yokohama on , tlto
Hongkong Maru on Monday, having
been promoted to bo secretary of iho
Japanesd legation In Child. After a
short yisit in japan, Mr, no win leave
for his new post. Mrs. Ito Is a niece
of Ilaron Hayashl of tho Foreign Of
fice. Tho annual meeting of tho Oriental
Urewcry Company, which Is building
or has liut completed a browery In
Hongkong, was hold yesterday at the
office of the Honolulu Urowery. Frank
Halstead presided. Tho board 'of di
rectors was reelected. Tho meeting
was held at tlils time to conform to
tho rcquli omenta of Its own regulations.
Bubbles in the Glass
indicate a proper conclusion of the method of making toda
water. If the sparklets were not visible there would be
no snap, nothing to indicate that you had anything better
than ordinary water. There's no fault found with ours.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph. A. G-ilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIKE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEW ALL A CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT ft CO., Ian Francisco.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter "rains set in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. - PHONE 880
P. M. Pond, Contractor
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Bought Right. .Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.