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KVKNINC, UULLKT1N, 1IONOLI10, T. II., SATURDAY, AUG. 17. 1907.
Getting in a New-Stock of SCHOOL SHOES Are now opening another lot CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES. of "BUSTER BROWN" BUSTER BROWN BLUE-RIBBON Foi? Girls.Misses: & Children . Uany grades; prices to suit. An exceptional school shoe. Mclnerny Shoe Store Wig MtSt SIS 3 St3 S'S ill sis ' SS S?S S5 XIX Mix S S'5 S'S IK SIS S'S Cm Sf2 Si St 8!S sw? SIS JUS Ei ft n ft ESI Stunning Summer Suits . For Men and Boys E3 IS J53 JAPANESE SPY IS HI Hi They are of substantial quality and have all of the late style quali fications. The prices are the klr.d that don't leave a purse blankness. ! n n Wah Ying Chong Co., M KING STREET, Ewa Side Market &3 t s SA Window of Dress Wonders'! ei n We art displaying our latest arrivals of BSJ D R Dress Goods 5U ; , pa E3 ": S r They Consist of Mercerized, Chinese Grass Linen and Silk Goods. m ki There are many orettv InexDenaive Diecea amnnn th.m 9 uii..iii H bI - - - I ""'a - w I . ITUMUUI I wn T i J Uiu ..t..i eA.. ! . i n iu wi ibii! auu in una sea incm. w u L. AHOY, NUUANU STREET. H a a a Q a mta New York World Throws Few Side Lights On Fakes i .Washington, July 13. A special to tlie World says: It is now admitted by all the officials of the American Government that liie Japanese are the most wonderful people in the world. They are not only marvelous- ly skilful in producing works of art they are not only the greatest imita tors known, but they have captured the palm for making remarkable dis coveries. Two mysterious Japanese spies have been detected making sketches of the fortifications at the Washington Navy-Yard, where no fortifications exist. These Japs were ejected from the yard by the Government officials and have disappeared absolutely, ac cording to a sensational story pub lished in a local paper here this after noon. Now the officials are sorry they allowed these spies to escape and a search for them is being made in the bores of the great guns, in the priming holes and even in the melting pots. ' These wonderful little fellows are now in great demand by the Govern ment. If they can be located the na- ion will be saved the expense of for tifying the coasts, us It will be nec essary only to turn them loose with heir imaginations will appear as if by magic at all our ports. All the fortifications HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE - HONOLULU, Aug. 17, 1907 NAM! OF STOCK MERCANTILE" C Brtwer & Co. ........ SUGAR liwa Plantation Co ... Hawaiian Agric. Co. . , Haw Com & Sug C , Hawaiian Sugar Co. . Honotim Sugar Ca ... Houokaa Sugar Co... Haiku Satrar Co Kahuku Planlatiou Co Kihai Plantation Co Ltd Kipabulo Sugar Co.. Koloa Sugar Co .... McBrydc Sugar Co .. Oabu Sugar Co Ouotnta S u rax Co .. Ookola Sugar Plant Co Olan Sugar Co Ltd Olowaiu Co Paauau Sugar Plant Co) Paia Plautatioti Co .. Peprekto Sugar Co., Pioneer Mill Co Watalua Agrfc Co...., Wflluku Sugai Co .. Watmajtalo Sugar Co Waimea Sugar Mill Co MISCELLANEOUS Intar-laland Stfmm NCo Hawaiian Electric Co.. Hon k T & L Co Prof Hon RT&L Co Com Mutual Tel p bone Co Nahlki Rubber to., Paid Up Nabiku Rubber Co. Ahmmm., ( Oabu K & L Co Hito R K Cu t... Hon B ft M Co: BUND Haw Ter4pv.Flre CI naw i er 4 p c Haw Ter 4 p c Haw Ter 4 p c Haw Ter 1 p c Haw Gov't DC... Cat Beet Sug & Rtt Co! ope. ..... Hike Sugar Co 6'p c Ham. Dlich Co., L'puar Ditch 6s Ha Corn tk Sug Co 5 pc Haw Sugar Co 6 p 0.,. . Hilo R K Co Con 6 pr HN1 R I ft L (.O tl( Kahnka P.airt Co 6 u c. Oaha Sugar Co 6 p c . Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c. . Paia Plaaution Co ... Pioneer Mill Co a dc . WaiaUa 4gric Co j p e) Mcryae co t or.. Paid Ur 1. 01 5ooo,oeol 1 00,000 a,ooo,onQ 7?0,OOOi "OOOXIO 500 fQOiOOO vx,ooo i6ot9oaJ 500.000 . 600,000 '.000,000 900,000 J.ooo.ooo Mo, J.oo.ooo 5,oool ??o,ooo 750.000 4.1,oooJ loo foo.ooo 59,0ml taj.ooo Bid M T-8 loo ion Bo ti 1,140,000 500,000 1,190,000 ifo.oooJ 4 ,000,000 1,000,000 400,000 ie i-a 100 1$ 1-4 165 n 1-4 i i-4 16 110 150 140 1971-t 11 lOO IOO tOJ ICO 100 loo 100 too Asked Wl'l II SO 1671-1 L0C1L AND GENERAL Bulletin want ads are read care fully and answered promptly. They cost little. 8 100 Ewa S 2 5. Ses- Latest sugar quotation 3.9375 tents or $78.76 per ton. 989BD Light Luncheons Exquisite Salmon Steaks from Columbia River; Whole Cooked Ham; Oxford Sausage, Canned Shrimps; Deep Sea Crab Meat; Tunny Fish in Oil; Fillet of Ahohovies; Capons in Jelly; Champignons Farcies; English Stewed Mushrooms. . , Lewis & Co-9 Ltd., V '!JT"' Purveyors., to Yourself and Food Specialists. 169 King Street. - Telephone Main 240. WE receive them in hermeticaJly sealed tin lined cases, so can guarantee them to be absolutely fresh, FRESH " GUNTHEB'S CHOCOLATE CANDIES The Palm Cafe, 116 HOTEL STREET TRY A PACKAGE ,1-2, 1,2 and 3 lb. sizes PHONE MAltf 311. "THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS" Tmmi Home: decoration not in har mony with other appointments won't go in this century of re finement. You ought to advise with men of experience men who have made a study of home decora- S. STEPHENSON, SIGNS! DECORATIVE PAINTER. BUSINESS BRWHTENERS S-S- PHONE 426 MAIN. LONOOS BEETS, - 9s 9d SU6AR, 3.9375 Henry WatorhousB Trust Co., Stock and Bond Department Members Honolulu Stock and Bond -Exchange. WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager. FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS. . TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4. whole situation could be known, it would be seen that other nations have had and are still having their trou bles in their ship-building grammes." CENTRAL UNION CHURCH Sales Hotween Hoards: protecting! 2S; 10 Ewa, 125; 10 liwa Washington are located several miles sion: 10 Ewa, $25; 0 Ewa, 125; 5 clown the Potomac River, and after Ewa, S25; 5 Ewa, $25; 1 Ewa, $25 the publication of the Btory many of, tho leading officials visited the navy yard to see tho great fortifications there that were discovered by the spies. Acting Secretary of War Oliver to day directed Major Gatchell, in com mand of Fort Rosecrans, Cal., to re port all the facts regarding the ar riHt of an alleged "Japanese spy" who was sketching the fortifications which do not exist at that place. Admiral Evans, commanding the Atliyntic fleet, was at the Navy De partinent today consulting the offl cials regarding the condition of the navy, yard work on the vessels' of his dept. He is going to Lake Mohonk for a-week'B rest, after which he will return to the fleet, which will be assembled off the Chesapeake capes about Aug. 25. Tho vessels will en gage in target practice until Sept. 9 Admiral Brownson, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, in discussing the charge that some of the battle ships of the navy are defective, said today: ' "That there wore defects in the Oregon class and tho Kentucky and the Kearsage is well known jln fact, these defects wore discovered before the completion of those ships; but the wonder is that there were so few de fects considering that they were the first heavy battle-ships built in this country. Compared with the battle ships of other nations, designed and built at the same time, the Oregon (lass was conspicuously superior. In fact, that 'class was referred to by the leading British technical papers at the time as the 'peerless battle ship,' and' the Interior arrangement and other polntB were said to be of special excellence. It is true that (heir armor was badly placed, but that arose from the addition to the hlilps of a great amount of material end stores and machinery not in cluded in the original design. It is also true that they Jack balanced tur rets, but when they were built there were no such turrets in any navy. Their eight-Inch ammunition Ntubes also were not sufficiently protected. "As to the criticisms directed at the large size of the ports in the turrets, this has been corrected in later de signs by bringing the trunnions of the guns nearer to the front of the turret, so that battleships of later design are free from that defect. As to gun platforms, the main purpose of the ship, the Oregon class has no superior, and even at this late date they would give a good account -of themselves in action. In fact, taking everything into consideration, it is only surprising that we built as good t.hips at that time.. "I am of the opinion that if the Rev. Charles R. Hyde, L.L.B., from Little Rock, 'Ark., will preach both morning and evening. 11 a. m. sub ject, "Christian Unity According to Jesus." Mrs. Mackall will sing a solo, "Our Saviour's Promise," byLippa. 7:30 p. m. subject, "The Touch of Faith." A solo will be sung by Mrs Mackall, "The Plains of Peace," by .Barnard. Special attention is called to the evening service. The subject Sunday . evening, "The Touch of Faith," is a study of how the multi tudes today press and throng the Mas ter and perhaps never touch him. For three succeeding Sunday evenings, be ginning August 25th, Mr. Hyde will preach unon the theme: "The Influ ence of True Religion Upon the Life." First of the Individual, second of the Family, third of the Nation. Such in fluence will be a sufficient test, of the Divinity of the religion of the Holy Scriptures. 6:30, Christian Endeavor meeting. Subject, "The Value of De cision.". 9:45 a. m., Bible School. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. TRIED AGAIN. ..Dover, England, July 22. Jabcz Wolfe, in his second attempt to swim across the English channel, today reached the middle nfter swimming six hours and a half. The sea was calm and Wolfe has a good chance of making it. He came within seven miles of making it last year. Eight of the twenty-seven contest ants in the autodealer's four day en durance run register perfect scores at Lakcport. 5 52 You'll risk straining you re throat to get the last drop of Primo - Beer ABSOLUTELY PURE i is Mil Order your polo rigs. Stockyards Stables. The band will be at the baseball games this afternoon. Souvenir poatals in large variety at Hill's souvenir glore at post office. Lace curtain bargains at Blom'a. Call and see the big assortment. Read the Rainier reflections on Lay- san Island; they are worth while. If yon want to enjoy an automobile ride in comfort ring up 2S0 for Jim Quinn. A telephone message from Kahuku reports a flood of water there yester day. C. R. Yee Hopp Co., telephone 251, will Bupply you with Sweet Violet Butter. Tonight at the Hotel Baths, Grand Motion Pictures 8:30 p. m. Admis sion 25c. William McKinley' Lodge No. 8, K. of P., will meet at 7:30 this evening in K. of P. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Rodick and children left for the Coast lu the steamship Nevadan this afternoon. The filling of the Wahiawa dam by the recent heavy rains has 'created a lake nearly eight miles long. If you are dealing with the Metro politan Meat Co. you have a good chance to vary your meat diet. Purser Frlel of the Mauna Loa says that the comet now skipping through the heavens is visible from Kau. There will be a special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge this (Saturday) even ing at 7:30. Work in third degree. The Lawrence Barrett 10c Cigar makes a delightful, mild Havana smoke. Try one. Ask your dealer. Haleiwa is the Messa of the golf en-j thusiasts for the reason perhaps that! the links are In such capital comll tion. T. Sawdon, who came down as chief engineer on the Manchuria, returned to San Francisco in the Nevadan to day. There will be a meeting of the Royal School Alumni Monday evening at 7:30. There will be a lecture after the business meeting. Mrs. Joseph Martinez, a young Span ish woman who arrived with the last party of Immigrants, died at the Hilo .hospital Monday, afternoon. When the weather is hot "Arabic' will cool your iron roof. When tho weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevoni rust. California Feed Co.. agents. The little dog which used to ride be hind his master on the. horse's back, a sight very familiar to all local people. has passed away. Extreme old age is the cause. . The elevation of S. N. Ballou to the Supreme Bench having broken up the law firm of Ballou & Marx, a new law firm, has been formed, known as Kin ney, Marx & Anderson. M. H. Kennedy, en route from Shanghai, to the Coast on the Persia, spent the night ashore with W. W. Thayer. He is also a personal friend of ex-Secretary Atkinson. A newsboy named William Bright found a gold seal ring near the gang plank of the Transport Logan. He has turned il in. v CI iff Tavlor to hold it in charge till the owuv' can bo lo cated. "I would ralher pay fifty dollars rent for a house with gas installed in it than forty for the same house and not use gas for cooking" was recently overhead in a Rapid Transit car the other day. B. V. D. underwear is tho ideal un dergarment for men in this climate. Coat-cut undershirts and knee-length drawers which are loose-fitting and comfortable. Call at M. Mclnerny's" and see them. The Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist, Kul I hi avenue, in charge of llev. Father Clement. Tomorrow, August 18th, 8:30 a. m., high mass, sermon, collection. Sunday school, 4 p. m. Rosary. Mr. H. C. McKeever, who arrived on ihe Manchuria to succeed Mr. Ed wards as pastor of the Christian church, will occupy the pulpit on Sun Cay both morning and evening. All are cordially Invited to attend as a welcome to the new pastor. Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothing for men has proven the most popular line ever brought to Honolulu. You can get guaranteed pure wool fabrics in very handsome patterns, cut in the very latest styles and In light weight suitable to this climate. Go to Sllva's Toggery for these clothes. Three little sons belonging to the Tosh family, who formerly lived at Hilo, have been lost In Oakland. While Mr. Tosh was in a store making some purchases the three little boys wan dered away, and up to last accounts have not been located. The mother is distracted. The aid of the po'.iee has been called in on the case. Pouring oi? on the waters is all right if the waters are troubled, b'ft officer Reeves could not locate any trouble on the waters along the city front so he reported the matter to his superior. Much complaint Is being made by shipping men regarding the large amount of oil that is being thrown into the bay. Methodist Church, corner Beretanla and Miller streets 9:45 a. m., Sunday school; 11:00 a. m., Public Worship. The Rev. W. D. Westervelt will preachl both morning and evening. 6:30 p. m., Epwortb League; 7:30 p. m.. Public Worship. Miss Gertrude Hall will sing at the morning and evening services. The public is cordially Invited to be present at any of the services. If you haven't been wearing Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, maybe your exper ience with cotton-mixed, "mercerized" fabrics has taught you something1. Have your clothes kept shape 1 Do you feel satisfied with them? Have they proved to be worth the price? .Maybe you'll take our advice this. Fall and get into the best. Hart Schaffner & Marx use none but pure wool fabrics; or wool and silk. It's the only thing worth buying in clothes. We sell these goods. SUVA'S TOGGERY ELKS BUG, KING neir FORT A Rainier Toast Laysan Island, where art thou? Out of sight, they say, Like all pleasant pastimes, you Didn't come to stay; Kisses are but fleeting joys, Sugar melts away, RAINIER still is with us, so Drink it while we may. PR0ST1 RAINIER FOREVER! C. A. Nelson, AGENT FOR RAINIER BEER. Agt. S Phone White 1331. fj J. LANDO'S Hole! Street Store HAS A NEW LINE OF Collegian Clothes AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS OF THE ROAD OVERALLS. io 111 mm m ft Monuments, Safes, Iron Fence Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works EXT TO YP1JNG Bl.DO., V6-100 KING 8TREET. FHONB MT. E30E THIS SKIRT 43 laches Will We arc go well with SHIRT WAISTS. selling for $1.75 and $2.00 WORTH $3.50 and $4.00 FOR ONE WEEK F. W. Jnrdan & ftn MA