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rVENINO BTJLLBTm, HOWMJPMJ, T. II., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, 1909.
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Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghouse Electric Fan in your Office means
comfort, and comfort means 'economy. You know the
whole office force wor!u better, and gives, you a better re
turn for your pay roll on a cool day. Westinghouse' Fans,
make all days "cool days." " We have all types, of fans
ready for you to carty away with you.
BEEF FROM NIIHAU COMES TO US OIILY THREE
TIMES A YEAR, WHICH MEAN3 THAT IHE CATTLE
HAVE TIME AND OPPORTUNITY TO.FATIEN FOR THIS
THE SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED IS EXCELLENT. "
tPhone 45" I
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immmBK iron rence
pawaiian Iron' Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-190
I WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses.
Etc., Etc All kinds 'of KOA'and
Nuuariu and Hotel St. on site of old
'MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
.Qsdcr. ..1' .
We know that the
great majority of men
want ihbe'i that11 Wear,
hold their shape, and
at the tame time just
enough 'style to maks
- Packard 'Shoes
Are planned along
these lines. They are
shoes for gentlemen,
'and the prices are
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Oct in the habit of using a tripod
for landscape and interior photo
graphs. Even for individual por
traits arid,' group" ouVof doors you
can get better effects by stopping
down your lens and using a tripod:
We have a complete line of both in
wood and metal, at all prices.
Fort Street, Near Hotel.
j J f X V t mi o .
Electric Co., Ltd:
Wt 'F. HEILBRON, Proprietor.
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and Monument Works
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda, Water Works
PHONE 557 .
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlreltss Address i
Wettern Union and Lleber't I
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
lSans' made' on l'isted
Member Honolulu Stock and
307. Judd Building.
Telephone 489, P. O. Box 607. 1
Stock and Bond Broker,
I . tW;ILfcttWlMJX Oil,
PHONE 012. P. O. BOX 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, August 11,
NAME OF STOCK
w Rrcwrf e Co.
Ei Plantation To ....
M jraltan ArtIc. Co. - .
H'rfCom SurOo ..
II'ki allinWicar Co.,,1
l!i-,Gmu Suk Pt ....
Hi.tokaft Sugar i'A. .
II liktl Hnjfr Co. ......
Hutch!, Sugar Plait,
ITrtt.uVu PlA'rttfltftil 1'u
Ktkah Suk- (jo.
KoloaSurtr ITo ,
(Hlm.Si lr Cfi. ......
OnontfiBurfMf Crt .I,i
O kola Stotr P1.nl Co'
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ....
Oluwala Ln... ,.-;...,;,
Paahau Huear.Plnnl Cn
Pacific Su,tar Mill,. ...'
Pl Plantation Co ..'..
PeiMrtkui Siitjir Co....
Viiukri&UKir m .
Waimanalo s j it Li.
,W!mr Sugar-Mill Co
Inlff-lMaita Slftm NCo
Mutual Tl!lion Co
Nahlku Rubber Co.
Naluku Rubbf r Co.A.
Oahu K A I.C
Hawillm Pi mpiiic Co.
Haw Irr tc
Haw Tel 4VCC.
Haar.Trl . . c
ha Gov't pc...
.rfaikuSuitar Co 6 it c
(Urn. IHrh Ca.
Ha trr-".e-J c- hI
,iaw- irriK i.i, r., m
II aw Com A hug Co i.
HIloB KCo Con i'Ic
Honikaa Sugai to, r.iic.
IjiolRTA I.C0A11 c
Kohala Ltltcti Co. c
Mrtiry.tr H, Una M, ,
Oahu K .C06OC,
Oiliu Raiear Co s p c
claa Suitnr Co 6 1. c .
Pac Suit- .till Co. (a
Pala Uutillo.l Co ..,,
Plnortr Mill CA 6 pc ..
tWaUiua .grir Co 1 1, e
Sales tlut-AOcn Iloardu: 100 Oahu
,BiiK. Co., $32; 100 Knhtlku, I'll; 130
Olua, Sl.Tfi; IS I'loni-cr, S182.r,0; 15
I'lunccr, I182.&0; $1000 Hllo It. II. 6s,
$97; 10 Pioneer, $18.'l. SvbhIoii: CO
Kwn, $30.75; 20 Ewn, $30.75; 25 Wala
Inn, $1M; 5 Wnlalun, $109; 5 Wulolua,
$11-9; 10 Wnlalua, $109;s10Vnaua,
$109; 25 Oahu Suk. Co.. $32; 5 O no
men, $50; 25 Oahu Sue. Co;, $32; 5
Onl-u SliR. CO., $3p 45 Oahu Silg. Co.,
$32; 80"Oahu SIir. Co,, $32; 50 Oalm
Suk. Co., $32; 5 Onoinea, $50.
Latest sugar quotation 4.03. cents or
UWJ.60 per, ton.
Sugar, 4.08 cis
Beets, U II l-4d
HEflftV' WflTERflOLSE TKOST CO.
Member Honeulu fttocK apd
r ' ' Exehand. '
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FORT ANU, MEKCHANT 8T.8.
- ' TELEPHONE 738.
SUGAR IN FORMOSA
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tt Vlctoiin, B. q., Aug. 4. Paul 8
tt, Hull, au uiiglift't'r' of tlo Honolulu Sl
it Iron Works! returned on the Tan- tt
'it, ko Mqru today from Pormuun, tt
it whero ha'has been ci'mnKcd In cs- tt
tt tahllshlng sugar mills for the tt
tt Japaneso Sugar Company, and tt
'tt tiluteu (hat Kormoga will by rjext tt
jj year bo tno greatest Ritgar iro- it
t) iluclng country In tlio wofld. Five it
it new mlllH were erected this year, it
tt and 'flvq mora aro to bo built next tt
tt summer, all equipped with the tt
tt, latest machinery. The output tt
tt thlH year wa 90,000 tons, all or it
tt which went, to Japan. 'tt
1 Col. Tom Fitch, the "sliver tongued;'
has left Muwalnagaln, this time H, is
mrid not to return for several years.
He has said this heforo howflver, hut
tlus ulluilng cllmulo and nUriictlnns of
llnuolulu liavti brought him back. Ito
sailed on (ho Hllonlmi,
, (I.i'nRiie1 Onmes)
Aug, 14; I'linaliou vs.
Aug, 21: Kains vs. St. I-011 1.
' (Oahu League.) -
Aug, 16: J. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
lAug, 15: C. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Atig. 21: II. C. C. vr. Maul.
Aug. 14: Honolulu vs.
p Aug. 15: Mclncrny Cup.
Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordoll,
P (Twenty roiiniU)
Aug. 14: Sarconl vs. Terry.
P Aug. 14: Hunoliilu vs.
P Fifth Cavalry.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
' T.Ke BujVtln's Big Nlchql
Scratch pad Is the blggeit flvo ce'nts(
worth of psner ever odered. In' Hono
lulu, Six, of, them for a quarter.
Ten good auto-hacks', Phono C, '
Anything new-in. the sporting llnef
Anything good In the liquor line? You
can-find It at "The Two Jocks." "
If-you want a koo.1 job dimo on an
anto or carriage tnko It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 127 Queen St.
Johq'it. Tlergstiom, piano tuner and
repairer,. Formerly with Bergstrom
Music Co. P. O. Uox 40, Phone 5S1.
Mrs.'KlVenburgli In prepared to In
struct a low. pupils in plunoforlu at
their home. Address ltojal Hawaiian
Anchor Saoon, King and Nuunnu
streets, Is headquarters fur Jack
aelioru theso days. Monty Moiitgom.
Among thosq booked lo leave on the
fctenimdilp MAkura In Princess Knwn-
1 natrakoa. 8I10 goeR to tho Scattlo ICx-
position, sailing from here on tho 17th.
It Is possible that Henry C. Moycrs,
Deputy Auditor, fuay resign upon the
return of. AmlltOf Fisher, who Is on
tho way. to Cump Perry with tho rille
An ngej Chlnuman working ns n
striko-brcakcr on the W'nlpaliu plantn
tlon died from burns he received from
lalllni; Into n tranli Ore, and was
burled with great ceremony 11 few
Acconllngito'the Governor's reHirt.
now being prepared for tlto Secrelnry
'of the Interior, the assessed vnluu of
real and personal proiwrty in Hawaii
Is $138,910,00. This Is a flvo million
Increase since 1905.
r Tho many ft lends of Warren Mnr
shql, son of -lrs. I.llla Marshal, will
bo pleased to le.irn IliaUho has grad
uated from thu I.lck Mechanical
School of Arts In tho course In chem
istry and secured a jiOBltion In the
sugar refinery at Alvarudo, California.
Manoa Valley Is to bo equipped with
electric lights. Superintendent Frazcu
Is at work marking off locations for
tho poles, ami 11s mhii as piped will
be equipped wllli Incandescent lamps.
Tho ulectrla light commitlca have
granted the petition of Manoa Milley
rcBidcntH for lights.
1,'ndcr the auspices of tho Seamen's
Institute, n stercoptlcon' lecture wil
bo givon by Ed Towbo on bonnl tho
.crqiscr St, Louis for tho hennjlt of
tl(o men. Manager F. W. Overtoil Is
pruparlng to make this one of the
most enjoyable affairs of Itu kind over
given for tho boys who sail tho so is.
Although $10,000 hag already been
used out or the $25,000 provided by
tho last Legislature for tho oxpendh
lures or tho Hawaii exhibit nt tlm
Alaska-Yukon exposition, for furnUh
Ings.aud fixtures. It Is estimated Iherq
,ls, enough left to pay tho salaries nm
expenses of tho exhibit to tho clpeq
O. A. Steven, representing Ihu
Planters' Association, loft Manila re.
contly, nccnrdlng to tho DulliiUu of
that city, for Ccbu for tho puriK)so of
securing Filipino labor' for tho sugar
plantations. It Is retried that nu
other consignment or laborers will
soon bo shipped from Cobn to IJong-
1 to Uong
2: with the
kong, and from there conno
I'lielDc Mail ilncrs.
Stockbroker Drown has .llacnveroil
that thero Is a flno road, for auomo
llles between hero and the Makaptii),
KhiiiiiuuBv. iiiu wftiuiuu roau .irom
Honolulu to a short distance past Nlu
Is tho first part of tho journey. Per
mission to pass through the grounds
of a. M, Damon takes tho traveler to
the winding road up tho mountains to
,' Sunday, August 2
1 .in -d v
J, A. C. vs. KA1IHI. "
C, A, C. vs. U, S. M. 0.
Bleachers , . . 10c
Beserved Seats ISo and 2So
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
ltd., Xing street,
also in great. demand.
up to date' in regard
S000 1NTR0BUCES EDITOR.
'Continued from Pics tl
Q. Then what Old you mean by say.
Ing that It wns tho orgsn? A. Well,
Ihu Nlppu JIJI hut written for tho
Higher Wago Association but wo have
Q. What do you call It? A. It Is
Q. When tho paper apnko nlfout It
self that way, how do, you explain It?
A. It Is just us l nuHnored.
Q. Did you by that sUitcment In
tend the Jananoso reader to iiinlcr.
stand that It was the organ of the,
Higher Wngu Association? Hero l.lght
,foot 'qbJeqleil, and wan led the state
ment produced that Sogn flight sou It.
Klnnoy passed It over until tho pajier
could bu found.
Q, How Ih 'It that you and TnsnkH
aro going with Mr. Mnklun on tliuso
trips down In tho country? A. Wo
went ns members or. the Higher Vngo
. Q, You two wcro ouly members
but tho other two wcro offleers nnd
thero was u committee of twenty. How
wits It that you went? A. It wns not
ourselves alone hut somo of tho com
mittee. Q. Who? A. Mntsuda and Toyn
ma. Q. Olvo tho name of the rest or
tho committee. A . I can't.
, Q, Glvu what you cun remember.
A. They wcro the only ones I remem
ber. Q. Vou aro not nrro they wcro'
members? A. 1 believe tjjuy wore1
Q. You believe so hpcatisq ou lmvo"
seen them In committee incnlliiL-H. I
have not, gone to nuy committee meet-
iiiKs. i nave been mem nt other meet
Q. What meeting? A, At the Jan
these Y.'M. C.-A.
Q, A, number or occasions wjten"
UeOnlC tlOW'n rlltlllrV U,lt mnii.nin..
mid, Maklno, nqd Negoio and TnsnKii I
unu );ou, tooK an autnmobllo ami, wen),
down do you roniember such? A. I
Q. Wns It ever plainly understood
When you woro ritnir mi whv It. wnn
Dint you, were picked out of tho tluti
untl In Die Higher Wago Associa
tion? A, They asked thu-oHlcers of
the Higher Wugo Association and the
Huff or the Nlppu JIJ. to come down.
1 Q, Remember going down to Kn.
huku and discussing what sycophants
weio to ho excluded from the plantn,
tlon? A. YCs.
Vni. Suurbv. Iinnrlntnni1nn nf
Puunciio Mill, enmo In on th Korea
til Irt inoriilnir. ntul will ttinni in..i
on the Claudlnu next Friday. Mr.
Hearby will bo In time to play tennis
mi luuiiumi againsi' 1110 Honolulu
team and will ntr.m-ihn n,.. '
try team a lot.
Old-style straight Ken
tucky Bourbon. Conti
nental was the favorite
of the Southern gentry
of "hofoah the wai pe
rlod. 'A good, honest,
friendly old wjilskey'."
W. C. Peacock
& Go., Ltd..
Fancy Vests Are
All The Style
TfOll BUSINESS WIS All our greys and
tans rc very popular and will be
more so within a few weeks. They add
greatly to one's appearance and make an
ordinary business suit look dressy -and
Our new colored Tuxedo Vests arc
Call and look the
to what men are wearing.
J OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION
Always the same an eleptnt smoke. In Riena Victorias, Fanetel
las, Puritanos Finos, Regalia' Brittanicas, Ferfectcs, Ben Alis. Lewis &
Co., Ltd., Cigar Emporium. Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands. Tele-,
prone 240. 109 King St. .. ..
SEE WHAT SPOT CASH WILL DO!
Call at the Honolulu Wire Bed Cc.'s retail stor: and
tee what spot cash will buv. You will hnvc a revelation
in prices. This applies to furniture of all kinds and to
BAILEY'S CELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MAT
TRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
h Kapiolani 'Bldg, 'King and Alakca.
. foot-Fitting is an
How many shoe salesmen
do you find that actually
know how to fit? Wc know
How and are always anxious
to prove it to you. Regal
Lasts are foot- conforming
lasts and fit accurately.' No
foot is too wide or narrow
for us. Our quarter sizes
work wonders in foot fitting,
8hoe repairing neatly done
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Sts.
An immense assortment of all the latest novelties, com
prising Batiste Waists, hand crochet, and Cluney trimmed
Messaline, Parisian Silk nnd New Flaids,
No finer line of Vaists has been shown in this City,
We have every style and size, all prices up to $25,00, AND
ONLY ONE OF A KIND.
We will take great pleasure in showing these, wheth
er you are a purchaser or not. '
line over and keep
CIGARS a smooth and even cigar.
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