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Printing and Developing
Amateurs! Bring your work to us r.iil it will be
given expert attention. We are old in the -business 'and
understand how to get the very best results.
Wc will be glad to offer suggestions for the better
ment of your work if you want them.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghouse Electric Fan in your Office meant
comfort, and comfort means economy. You know the
whole office'force woris better and gives'you a better. re
turn for your pay roll on a cool day. Westinghouse Fans'
make all days "cool days." Wc .have all types of fans
ready for you to cany away with' you.
Hawaiian Iron1 Fence
fjNEXT TO YOUNG! BLDO., 176.190
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Etc., Etcr All kinds of KOA and
Jiuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made If
din' In I i y 'Tv' ' ' " '
k 7; From Nil ha u
"bo .'.'I i BEEF FR0M NIIHAU COMES TO US ONLY THREE
c. ! TIMES'A YEAH, WHICH MEANS THAT- THE CATTLE !
ZZTTli ; HAVE TIME AND OPPORTUNITY' TO FATTEN FOR THIS
b! MARKET. - . ;
i ! ' THE SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED IS EXCELLENT.
;i Metropolitan Market
I Phcne 45. W: F. HEILBRON, Proprietor. j
U I . Kg?-i .. . - i'. ) t-4 4 , uiL-iiij ,i.i ..jjumjiun1'
;n 1 Bffi :its-
We know that the
great majority of men
want thoei that wear,
hold' their shape, and
at' the tame time just
enough style to.mako
Are planned along
these lines., They; are
shoes for gentlemen,
and 'the prices are
105' Fort Street.
Electric Co., Ltd.
and Monument' Works
KINO STREET' V PHONtf 837.
the ONLY table' drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
PHONE ,557 .
Alfred D; Cooper
i c " 7" .
Cable and Wlrlesi Address
' Western Union and Lleber't
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd Building.
' Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
' , .
'83' MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday August 12.
NAME OP STbK.
C ftrmer It Co-,,?
Kwi Plantation C ....
II ffftlUn AtU.Co.' ,.
II, mr Com fcSuffCn ..
It iwtllau Sugnr Co., , .
II I.KHDU SuRarfV..,.
II niokaa hurar C
Hntchlaon Sugar, Plant.
Kthutru Pi.tnirtl.nn l'i
(HhaSiasr On ..
O koliSaSar Plant Co
Ota Sugar Co Ltd ....
Paalian Satrtr Ptatit Co
Pacific Sij;r Mill. i ...
Pain Plantation C
Pejwckfo Siitar Co....
Plnu.tr M III Co-.,
Wviiuku Sucir C ,. .
Wa manaloSJtac Co..
Waimea Suiar Mill Co
Inter-Ulan 1 Slram N Co
Hon R T L Co Com
Mmual TcleptiOTic Co
Nahlku RLbbcr Co.
Nahlku Rubber Co An.
Illlo R K Co.':.
linn Bft MCn:.,,. ...
Hawaiian P' want Jr l.n.
, , HOI 3
Haw TM PT... .....
Ilnw Trti pc,
HawTct 4H pc: ..
IUItt ft pc
haw Govt t pc
ti.lku Snicar Co 6 p c
Ham. 1)1 ch On!.
UMW llllch&a ,
Ha, lrr-r''Caa pc 1h1
Haw lirl Co'. rl, ,M
ll.wCom A huif Cj..i
Illlo B HCo Con t, lc
nonavaa auf ai co. r.ic.
Il.-i K Tl !.C p c
M'HTinrs mm, ,
Oahu Kit OCituc ..
Oaliu Snsar Co I p c ,,
Olaa Suk-.it Co A p c.
I'ac- Sag. Mill Co. (a
Pilt Pumalloii Co ....
Ponm Mill Co 6pc,
Walaioa xrlrCo f pc
Sales Between llonnln; 200 Plo
uccr, S185; 100 Honukan, 113; 2UO. II.
& U Co., 1125; SO Oalm Ban Co., $32.
Scsblon: 10 Walulim, SIO'J; 10 Mutual
Tel. Co., $S.G0; 10 I. 1, S. N. Co., $111;
in Ommica. $49.87; 5 ICwn, $31; S
Oalm Suk. Co., $32; 35 Onliii Siir. Co.,
$32; 35 l'loneer, $185; 5 IMIu, $2i0; 25
Latest sugar quotation 4.08 cents or
$81. 0 per ton.
Sugar, 4.08 cts
Beets, lOII l-4d
HEKRV WtTERHOOSE IRUSTCO.
Membsrs HonoluItT StocK a&J Bond
FORT AND' MERCHANT ST9.
. TELEPHONE 73$.
Mrs. Bickerton of Honolulu' Is Host
ess to Forty 'of Hawaiian Visit,
ors at the Alaska-Yukon Expo
sition Seattle, Wash., July 2u Mrs. Dick,
crtou, of Honolulu, who with her son
Spvncer Hlck'erton, Is siwmling thb
nuniiner' on tlio Count i vUllnl tho Ex
Iionltlou for a week or more, but Is
now In Victoria, U. C. Yesterday
(Sunday) sIVu was hostess nt u very
lileimaril lunbheon at tlio Drfatl Hotel,
Victoria, to u imrty of the Hawaiian
flolegaUd'ili to "the EJiioaltlon, wlilch
went down by boat In tho mbrnlnt'.
lemming to Scattld' In tho evening.
In the party Wore: Mr; and Mrs. Will'
J. Cooper, MtsiJ Frances Lawrence,
MIsb Miriam Miimlon, Miss Wattle
Holt. Miss Ircnn Ddyd,' iUsi Pd'ullno
Kvfins unil Miss Wood. Tlio party
afterwunla were taken to varlotm
points of Interest about Victoria, nod
client a most pleasant day.
.- '-L th&ft '-tffasjL - - J 'Ukte&ApTift: .j. , jiwiie- .'aa-issife-1 A ii ifillTiiW
LOCAL. AND GENERAL
The B"u lie tin's Big Nlchel'
Oeratch Pad Is the'blggest five cents
worth of paper ever offered in Hono
lulu. 8lx of them for a quarter.
Ten good anto-hacks. Phone C.
Among the arrivals this tnurtilng
from MfturwnSIS, E. Wooloy.
A, Fernandcs retiirned frorf Maul
this1 morning on the steamer Claudlnc.
Mr. and' Mrs. A. K. Carter cainu
front Man I today, arriving on tho
Anything1 ncV Irt tho sporting lino?
Any thing-good In the liquor line? You
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Mrs. I). K. Kftlwlaca returned from
liana; Maul where sho went to llt
with' her parents;
If you wantin good job dotio on an
amfi or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.; 127 queen St.
John It. Dergstrom, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with HergntrOm
Music Co. P. O. Box 40. Phone1 581.
Mrs. T, M. Church and three chil
dren were among tho passengers who
tamo 'down on tho Claudliie this morn
ing. Airs, nivcnbttrgh Is prepared to In
struct a lew pupils in pianoforte at
their home. Address Itnynl Hawaiian
Anchor Saloon. King and N'minim
streets. Is headquarters for Jack
ashore these, days. Monty Montgom
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable'."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
ind preservative properties California
Feed Co., Dgnnts.,
Tho?. F. McTlgho & Co. havo one of
the finest assortments of tabla wines
and liquors In tho city. Call up Phono
140 and get a trial order.
Try BOmo of tho Vienna Ilakery'a
Iloston brown bread and Hostmi baked
beans. Will bo delivered to residences
upon telephone order. Call up 197.
Holders of Oahu Hallway & I-nnil
Co. bIx per cent bonds are requested
to present satno for reilemptloil, with
out delay, nt Hank of Clans SpreckeU
Captain Oleavcs, commander of the
U. 3. cruiser St. Louis, has gone
around tho Island In an automobile, ac
companied' by Territorial Secretary
i:. A. Mott-Smlth.
New Athletic underwear, II. V, H
goods, new' shirts mid pajamas. In
light weight and pretty colors. A
fine lot of new Btiltlngn at Yce Chan
& Co.'s, King and Ilethel street.
According to rumors current among
the Bailors on board tho St. I.011U yes
terday, one of their members hus re
ceived notlco by Jhc Korea that he
has fallen heir to a lurxe estate, tho
value of his poitlqn being nbout $:n,
I'OO or $60,000. 1
Yokogawa, editor of tho Maul Shin
bun, wns rearrested yesterday Immed
iately after finding limidsmcn fur him
self and leaving tlm building. Ho wns
primarily nncslcd for sending obscene
matter through the null and the new
charge Is slmllai,
W. A. Wall has Juit completed, after
over a year's wink, n map of Oalm
l'lnntntfon. The inn:' Is seven liy elev
en feet In rise and gives minutely, tho
smallest detail of the estate, Including
pipe lines, courso uf lite wntor, depths
in Pearl Harbor, etc.
The'famlly of Manager H. i Fne.
of Kekiihit Plantation, is speliJIng too
summer nt their mountain homo at
ilalemnnu, Maluaolia with neurit' of
Mrs. Fuyu's nephews and nlcco'i. Mr.
Fa'o comes up on Siindaytt I mm the
plantation. Harden Island.
.In a letter received by frolght Agent
Moiso of the Amcrlrnn-Ilnv.'allan Com
pany, It staled that tlin steamer Art
sonan, bound to this ort from Norfolk
had put Into Ptintu Arena In order l
cable, to Iho steamship owners that
her hold wns slightly heated.
A now lease was drawn by the Ter
ritory yesterday by which tho Federal
ui)thorltles will continue, occupancy In
tho Judiciary Uullillngs. Theiu la 11
provision In the lease byr which tlin
Federal offices will bo vacated on n
three months notice In case the Terri
tory wlKhes to remodel tho building or
'Mrs. W. H. Illce, Jr., gave a pleas
put luncheon and Inldgo party yeuker.
day. in honor of .Urn. Clifford Kim
ball, who leaves for Honolulu today,
'after a stay of socn weeks In l.lhuu
with her sister, Mrs. Charles Itlro.
Mrs. Kimball Is an old schoolriuito of
Mrs. Bhbrlff nice. Those present bo
lides tho guest of linitor' and tho host
ess wero Mrs. Charles Anderson, from
California, Mrs, Arthur II. lt'lce, Miss
Elsie Wilcox, Mrs. Dlghy Sloggett or
Maiii, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, Mrs, Charles
nicb and Mrs, Oaylord Wilcox. Oar
SEALED PHOPOSALS will bo re
ceived up to two o'clock p.' m, on
Thursday, August 19, 1909, and
then opened, for the exclusive privi
lege of furnishing food to detained
aliens at, the Honolulu immigration
station for a period of three years,
commencing October 1, 1909. Par
ticulars as to conditions and limita
tions governing bidders mny bo ob
tained upon application to Raymond
C. Ilrovvn, Inspector In Chargo,
4380-3t Aug. 12, 14, Iti
also-in great demand. Call and look the
up to date in regard
PLAN VISIT OF
California" Shrinen Will Come for
Dedication of the .Masonic Tern
pie at Hilo Plan to Charter
Tho dedication or tho Masonic Tem
ple at Illlo next November pitunlsoH
lo bo n long remembered event In Ma.
sonic circles, both In California and
Hawaii. Plans lire being completed
for u visit to the Islands of Islam Tem
ple of Sail Francisco on u chartered
steamer wlilch will be' able to ncchm
nioilntc nbout two hundred of the vis
It Ib proponed, tentatively, to rharlcr
the steamship Queen of the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company of tho
trip It being believed that tho essel
will hac sufficient accommodations
lor the pirty and also be suitable for
tho ocean trip.
The Itinerary that has been prac
tically agreed niion provides for tho
Queen going direct to Illlo from San
Francisco, arriving thero nbout No-enibei-
12th. Tho ceremonies Inci
dent to tho dedication of the Masonic
Templo would then be held and then
the vising Shrluers would lslt (lib
volcano or Kllauea.
After seeing iho volcano tho parly
would then come to Honolulu for a
stay of n few days, when Ihey would
of course be the guests nnil bo enter
tained by the local Shrluers.
Tho details of tho proposed visit
have not been worked out but It Is
practically certain that the trip will
bo made mid that tho San Francisco
Shrluers will bo In nttcndanro when
the Masonic Templo Is dedicated nt
Illlo In November.
VIOLINS MADE OF
KOA A SUCCESS
Experiment Made by Seattle Man
Attracts Attention of Musician
Instruments of Beit Qual
ity. Seattle, Wash.. July 27. Violins
mudd of Hitwdllan koa wood and cost
ing five hundred dollars each, form a
pari of one or the exhibits of the
King County IIuIMIiik: Alaska-Yukon-Pacfllc
Exposition, which in attracting
considerable nltenUoti on tho part of
musicians. The' Instruments mo mndo
by a veteran violin maker of Seattle,
named Oaks, who considers them not
only among tho truest Uotlnn he has
ever produced, but oIbo tho ery hand-'
.Mr. Oaks happened to scu some koa
furniture a )ear or two ago, und was
struck with tho beauty of tho now
wood. After considerable difficulty
he succoeded In getting a small stock
of the material, from which ho wns
ablo to make half a dozen beautiful
Instruments. While theso violins ex
cel). In appearance, thoso mado from
most other woods, Mr, Oaks will not
admit that one wood Is superior to an
other In tho musical quality of tho In.
etrnment. declaring that tho tono Is
entirely up lu the maker. He believes
that ho has made violins which equal
any mado by tho great masters in past
The board of army officers npj
pointed to make 'an Investigation of'
hnslng at the West Point military
acadeniyl has coniplotcd tho labors,
and It is reported" th'nt tho nndlng
will show thatthe practice has been
maintained despite an 'order' against
Fancy Vests- A-re
'All Th6 'Style
Tf OR "BUSINESS WliAR our greys and
tans rc very popular and will he
' more so within a few weeks. They add
greatly to one's appearance and mak-e an
ordinary business suit look dressy and
Our new colored Tuxedo Vests are
to what men arc wearing.
a s 1 osser v & "
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SEE WHAT SPOT CASH WILL DO!
Call at the Honolulu Wire Bed Co.'s retail store and
see what spot cash will buy. You will have a revelation
in prices. This apnlies to furniture of all kinds and to
BAILEY'S CELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MAT
TRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Foot-Fitting is an
How many shoe salesmen
do you find that actually
know how' to fit! We know
How and are always anxious
to Drove 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.
Shoe repairing neatly done
Regal Shoe Store.
King and Bethel Sts.
For the long Summer time.
Apollinaris. Johannis. Lithia and Buckhead
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUPS.
1G9 King S.
Come and fearn particulars at"
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachs'.
An immense assortment of all the latest novelties, com
prising Batiste Waists, hand crochet, and Clnney trimmed
Messaline, Parisian Silk and New Plaids.
No finer line of Waists 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.
Fort St. "! :-
line over and keep
King and Alakca.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY:d00DS AND 'TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from' the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.