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KVENINO tlUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., rillDAY, AUGUST 27, 1D0D.
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A Pleasure To Put On
For hot dayi you want shoes that fit.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
Are a pleasure and a delight they fit the feet perfectly.
They are not only dreitv and neat, but they are pleasantly
comfortable for hot summer wear.
M. MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Complete Assortment of films of every size, kodaks
and Kodak supplies jtrst arrived in the S. S. Lurlinc and
now ready for distribution.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Dig Nlchel
Scratch Pad' Is the blgfjeit five cents
worth of paper ever offered in Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
At our salesroom, Merchant street,
adjoining Stangenwald Building.
TUESDAY, Aug. 31, 1009.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
One large copper fastened racing
Bhrll, with shifting scats and spoon
One skill or yacht tender and oirs,
Oak boat grating, large oars, boat
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6.
Safe automobile trips. Phone 101.
Under tho management ut Alumy
Montgomery the Anchor saloon la be
coming a popular resort.
Anything new In the sporting line?
Anything good In the liquor Hue? Yon
run fli-i It at "I he Fwo .lackH."
If you want n good job done on nn
nuto or carriage Uko It In lluwnllan
Carrli'ge Mfg. Co., 42" Queen St.
Down nt Dick's oury Saturday, ),,, SBiis tackle, rigging, booms,
lliinl Animv Ttnr AH nf.i litilloil . CIC. CIC,
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 828.
Sugar, 4.11 cts
Beefs, lis 9 3-4d
HENRY WJITEItHOIfSE TRUST CO.
Member Honolulu Btoc a .d Bona
PORT ANU MERCHANT ST8.
All are linllril.
John It. Itergstioiu, piano tuner uml
repalier. Formerly with ncrgstrom
Music Co. P. O. nox to. Phono 581.
Nigel Jackson stnrtg training this
evening for tho teiwullo race, which
Is to come off at the Athletic Park on
A divorce was granted by .fudge
Hoblnson yesterday to Yuklnii Siiwii
from Knhcl Biiwn on tho ground o'f
descitlon and non-uippoit,
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
hnd preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agnts,
The cafe of the Oahu Hallway &
I.HIK1 Company nml.mt .lames Arm-
I strong rt nl., bill for an, Injunction,
! was rontinued nut II Monday by Judgu
I Hoblnson this morning.
Attorney Calhcart resumed his ar
gument this morning In support of IiIh
motion that tho teniiornry Injunction
4jo dissolved In the cise of tiio Kona
Development Co., Ltd., el nl. ngaliiBt
M. F. Scott ct ul.
The Myrtle dance this evening
promises to bo one of the most plea-
nut of recent cars. The music will
bo tho very best anil as a largo mini
hi r 01' tickets lne ben sold there
Is stvo to be a big crowd of dancers
I The ninth nunuil account of Cecil
I Drown, guardian of Mary Allro Porter,
I a minor, wns approved by .lirdge Hob
Inson this morning. Jon Uacheloi- tlio
One tuick-nction letter press.
One electric vibrator.
Island bred gecsc.
Island bred Peking ducks.
JAS. W. PRATT, Auctioneer.
The Beacon Hat
You can't cxnect to
get a S5 qanlity in a
$3.50 bat, biit von can
get the best $3.50
worth in "The Bea
con" than in any oth
er. If you arc willing to
go a little hzhcr, the
best hat in the world
Jas. W. Pratt, Auctioneer!
'Continued from Pace t
licrents to give Cox their support nli
the coming eampalgn.
Nagaran I'crnnndrz said this!
morning Hint Cox would be a'
mighty stioug man to (any the He-J
publican ticket to victory. He be
lieved that with the experience that
Cox has had as sheriff of Walalua
and as a member of the Poller Com
mittee, he would bo best fitted for
the position. The general senti
ment of the Hawaiian politicians to
day Is that Cox would make a better
sheriff than .larrctt.
The Knox Hat
King, near Fort.
For the long Summer time.
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and BucRhead
Her Majesty Queen l.llluokalnnl's
i-oventy-secoud anniversary of her
birth will be obsened at Washington jtgl(,r flowed J.Tj for his s-rvlces.
Tho nine action was taken on tliu tilth
Fort St. near Hotel.
Comfort means Economy
A Westinghouse Electric Fan in your Office meant
comfort, and comfort means economy. Ton know the
whole office force wor'ts 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 carry away with you. ,
The Hawaiian Electric Co , Ltd.
Place next Thursday. September
Prince K.ilanlanaole. the Deles He to
Congress, Princess Kalnnhiinolo, and
cx-Omcrnor tleghnrn will bo In tho
receiving line, nrslstlng tho Queen, In
iccelving the callers on that occasion.
According to official Infornuillen
Delegate Kalanhnaole Ins the con
bent of the Queen to Invite the mem-
Lmth of Hid Congrei-sloii.il party to cad
on her o:i Tltursdny. The Huwall.in
band, under tho leadership of Captain
llergcr, will be present at wasnwgton
Place to play In honor of tho Queen's
Among tho callers will bo tlovernor
Frear ami Mnyor Fern. Members of
different Hawaiian societies will also
pay their respects to tho Queen.
WILL SPEAK SUNDAY
A free lecture will bo given on the
In nail lanai of tho Hnwallan hotel Hun
duy afternoon nt 3 o'clock by tho em
inent traellcr, orator, lecturer uml
author. Dr. Frederic Bell, Ph. I).
The mibjcct for Sunday's lecturo Is
taken from n passage from tho Scrip
tures "If a .Man Die, Shall He Live
Again." Dr. Hell will handlo this sub
ject in a manner which will provo the
speaker a man of inoro than ordinary
DELICIOUS FRUIT SYRUP3.
Lewis & Co., L-td.,
109 King St.
annual account of ("cell Itrown. trus
tee under the, will of flenrgo 13. Hoard
Tho case of Y. Ah Kill against t.oo
Chuck ct nl, bill for ascertainment mid
declaration of trust, cjiuo before
(Judge Hoblnson this morning on ie-
apoudent's doinurier to the bill of
complaint, C. W. Ashford apcnrlug
for tho contplalnapt and 12. M. Wnt
i.oii for the resiuiiicns. Argument
on the 'ijeinurrer was continued until
Monday. " ""
Considerable work'nt tho dispensary '
just now is keeping City and Coiiniy i
m ,-. ...,. .i t n... .,,.. I
l nysiciuii .Mac.mi wry wunj. niu inn
liensnry Is open for the treatment of
tho Indigent sick from 1:30 to 3:.in
o'clock uery afternoon, mu! between
the hours of 9 to 10 o-.i Saturday. Med
icines lire issued to. those who r-iu not
afford to pay for them, and medical ad
vice Is given free of charge.
McCall, Patterns for September Now Ready
Prof, Mathews addressed a good
sliccl audience of Honolulu's busi
ness men anil society folk last night
at the Young nn the subject of tho
German language, explaining how
easy It is to acquire Sufficient for nil
practical purposes. He explained
his method o flenching tho cssen-1
Solid pack, fine flavor and as creamy as you ever got
on the farm. Kept in our own cold storage away from
other foods. Has only the butter flavor.
Phone 45. W. F. HEIXBRON, Proprietor.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLCU., 176-190 KING STREET,
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION ' FURNITURE Made Ti
ONLY table drink.
Arctic Soda Water Works
natural gifts and ncqutrcd ability. Ho tlals In live weeks without any
pleased and surprlsi.-d to learn how
iiiihj nun ik'iuiii ino ninny oi uui- j
I man could be nude. In less than
Inn bom- he had evcrjono In the nil-
Mrs. Mary Atchcrlcy this morning '"enec answering questions In Ocr-
nsked that tlie Hullo tin nnnounco man unci wnen ni mo cioso oi mo
nullum Kill" linn niiiii til niiinij. iiv .U9IH 111 live WCl-KS
lias a mesngu and knows how to de- Igramatlcnl rules or
liver It. Aside from his lectures Dr. ' hmo Btuc,v ,, c
iii-ii muni n Bin-iimi ui uiiii.-iiuii'h;
and physiognomy. I
Hint her husband, who is confined in
the Asylum, Is not attempting to provo
there nro "sisioks and ghosts In the
lewcr," but that the opposite Is the
cane that tho Doctor's theory Is that
them are no ghosts, nud that all such
maneuvers are tho result of human
pranks. Mrs. Atchcrlcy says sho
wlbhcs to correct a wrong version that
bus been published In u morning paper
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled Uy them, thit
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commit-
nlcatlom to the Sporting Edi-
tor, E v o n I n g Bulletin.
Aug. 28; Punahous vs.
Aug. 28: Artillery vs.
N, G. II.
'Aug. 29: U. S. M. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 29: J. A. C. vs C. A. C.
Aug. .10: Championship
Sept. 6: Medal.
Sept. 18: Healants vs.
lesson he told them n funny story,
the henity laughter and npplaii'co
told how well all had understood.
MORE FILIPINOS ON CHIY0.
(Continued from Pase 1)
which tins an lnillldiiallty of its own.
Ho had SHnt three months In tho
Orient, part of tho tlmo In Manila uml
tho native Filipino he brands ns inord
inately stupid. According to him, tlm
Filipino If tedd to do three things will
do tho first excellently, tho second nut
quite so good and lorgut the Jlilnl.
From the copeilenco of tho planta
tions with them they bnve proved to bo-
p.irtleiilaily st-ong on sugar work
mid whether the tourist was prejudiced
by bavin? tim afoul of uu exceptional
ly stupid specimen or whether he had
engaged him In work not so congenial
to him ai e'inu cutting, bis opinions
i evidently don't hold good hero.
Tho men coming In cm the Chl.w'
Mnru presented a flue apprarauce and
were In every respect a splendid body
,nf men as far as physical proportions
go. As when the Manchuria arrived, I
the absence of women was particular-
-ly noticeable, Out of the 111 who nr-
rheil nn the prelous Ixrnt thero were
only flvo women. - f
In passing JuilKinent on n mau
charged with having blackened his '
wife's ejes Police Magistrate House
of New Yoik declared: "What New
York Slate needs Is it whipping post
(or wlfcdienlers and I am filling to
head a movement to establish It, Wo
ntso need something for tlu wives who
are beaten Fimu ten to fifty whipped
I wives come hero 'dally for warrants
rili 111 V?m es
ym f jrH 0ur
til f n New
&fw nfmlEw ESSES
to make their
own and their
cause of the
and ease of
ble in these
Ml I I se03
(pith l-vh i-l
V i,i tW'JlJ' !4I
V 1 -tliJAitl
Lfor their hushaiids, hut when the
Ilinili'H nro nrr.tlgued tho women plead
'lor foii5leues8 for Ihem."
McCall Magazine for September should be read by every lady who is
interested in fashions. We are agents.
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