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KVUNlVr, RTTT.T.TCTIN. rlONOUfl.t). T. 11., MONDAY, AVQ. 26, 1907.
SIS 83 Sim m SiS vjetung in a incw oiock or SCHOOL SHOES Are now opening another lot of "BUSIER BROWN" CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES. BUSTER BROWN; BLUE RIBBON Girl&Misse4 & Children a. s. ' -.,. . -:x. Many grades; prices to suit. An exceptional school shoe. SIS s:s & n Sis SIS git SIS SiS it Mclner nv Shoe Store gpancanniaanEsaDnnnnnnnnanccacnnij pi o n Stunning Summer Suits 1 o PS ra For Men and Boys i ney are or suoiianuai quality ana nave an or tne laie ttyie quau-M fications. The prices are the klr.d that don't leave a purse blanknesa.J 3 Wah Ying Chong Co., .M v KING STREET, Ewa Side Market jf CRUISER Hi 1 1 HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE HONOLULU, kng. 26, 1907 First Of Fleet To Come From The Far East The protected cruiser Raleigh, Com mander Peter9, arrived oft port yester day forenoon from Yokohama at about half-past ten and by half-past one she ; was along Hide of the Naval slip. Quarantine regulations were Immedi ately thrown about the vessel and all who were In stayed In and all who were out stayed out. During the Raleigh's trip across she experienced some pretty heavy weather, and on one occasion a tre mendous sea carried away one of the forward boats. In December, 1903, the Raleigh was one of the ships that formed the greatest naval, demonstration In these Island waters. With her at that time wag three battleships and three cruis ers, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Oregon and New Orleans, Albany and Cincin nati from Yokohama. The protected cruiser Raleigh Is 300 !eet In length, 42 feet beam, 18 feet draft, 3213 tons displacement and 19 knots speed. Her main battery con sists of eleven five-Inch guns and her secondary battery Includes eight slx nounders, four one-pounder rapid-fire guns and eleven GatlliV;s. She has a protected steel deck two and one-half Inches thick, and a complement of 303 men. She cost $1,100,000. S20 NOT ENOUGH, 8AYS MANTINI, . JlL.ll iL-J.g KS H US M H ES U d IS We are displaying in our window a new stock ex S. S. Alameda, of Taffeta, Satin and Silk RIBBONS .3 13 rs u 13 s L. AHOY, H WTTTT ATJTT RTHTT.T H Light Luncheons Exguisite Salmon Steaks from Columbia River; Whole Cooked Ham; Oxford Sausage, Canned Shrimps; Beep Sea Crab Meat; Tunny Fish in Oil; Fillet of Anchovies; Capons in Jelly; Champignons Farcies; English Stewed Mushrooms. Lewis &z Co., Ltd., . Purveyors to Yourself and Food Specialists. 16D King Street ; ' Telephone 240. 1 j- -.'. f",!,M"M,''',IM"l" in m TRY A LOAF OF OUR Butternut Bread You'll pronounce it the best bread you ever ate. Phone us Main 311 and we'll deliver you a trial order. The delivery man has bright, new, clean aluminum bread checks. 26 for $1. The Palm Cafe, "THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS" 116 HOTEL STREET. TO LIVE ON I tion. Home decoration not in har mony with other oppoiutments won't go in this century of re finement. You ought to advise with men of experience men who have made a btudy of home decora S. STEPHENSON, DECORATIVE PAINTER. BUSINESS SBIOHTENEBS SS- ?H0NE 426 MAIS. One man's reason why some of the newly Imported Spanish and Portu guese Immigrants are dissatisfied with work on the plantations was told this morning to President Plnkham of the Board of Health by Antonio Mantini. a Spaniard who arrived about four months ago from Spain o nthe Hello- polls. Mantini, who can speak no English, and was obliged to tell his troubles through an Interpreter, visited the of fice of the Board of Health in search of a Job. He said he had been at work on a Hawaii plantation but .had left lhere and come to the city to see if ha could not find something to do that would enable him to make more money for himself and his family. He had no kick to make concerning his treatment on the plantation. "They are all nice people," he said, "and have treated me well. But I can't get along on $20 a month. I find that after I have paid my bill at the plantation store at the end of the month I have nothing left to buy 'lothes for my wife and little girl. My wife has no clothes now, and so I have come to Honolulu to see If I can't find something to do that will give me enough to live on and to buy clothes for my wife. I can't live on i20 a nonth." Mantini appeared to be a rather in telligent Spaniard. He had no griev ance to air. no. complaints to make against his treatment. He just could! not live on the wages paid him on the plantation. He didn't seem to know why he should have come to the Board of. Health to try to find work, said ai Portuguese had given him the address iind advised him to go there. Presi dent Pinkham said he guessed the rep utation given him for being an easy mark must have spread among the im migrants. "I joined the Lemon Club the other day," he said. Mr. Pinkham had nothing for the man to do, but referred him to the Secretary of the Planters' Association. NAM! Of STOCK MERCANTILE C Brewer it Ce SU'iAK liwi PlmiUttiun Co ... Hawaiian Agrlc. Co. . , Maw Com ft Sug Co . Hawaiian Sugar Co... Honomu Sufc-nr Co ... Ilonolcaa SiRr Co . llaiku Sutrar Co Kahuku Pluntalion Co Klhtl Hantaan Co Ltd Klpauulu Sugar Co . Koloa Sugar Co ... Mcliryde Sugar Co . Oahu Sugar Co Onamea Suirar Co . Ookola Sugar Plant Co oiau augar Lo mu , Uuwalu Co . . . Paahau Sugar Plnrtt Co KaclhcbugurMiu Paia Plantation Co ... Pcpeekeo Sugar Co... Plouwr Mill Co.. ..... Waialua Agric Co Viluku Suirar Co ... Waimanalo Suaar Co. Waimea Sugar Mill Co MISCKLLANBOUS tittar-iftland Stoam NCo Hawaiian Eieotrlc Co. Hon K T ft L Co Prut Hou KTftLCoCoin Mutual Telephone Co Nuhika Rubber Co., Paid Uu Nuhiku Rubber Co. - AHevs., Oabu K ft L Co Hilo R k Co Hon B ft M Co: BONDS Haw Ter 4 pc (Fire CI Haw l r 4 p e Haw Tm ti pc Haw Ter at pc Haw Xer ) Pi Haw Gov't PC Cal Reel Sug ft Ref Co !.. Haiku Sugar Co 6 p c Ham. Ditch Co., Uoner Ditch 6a Ha Com ft Sug Co s pa Haw Sugur Co e p o... . Hilo R R Co Cou k pc ftien k 1 a LUtpc Kahuku P.ant Co 6 p s Oaliu R ft LCotpc1.. Oahu Sugar Co 6 p c . . Otaa Sugar Co 6p c.,,. Pala Plantation Co .... Pioneer Mill Co 6 DC. Wamlua grie Co cpol . r Cl I i- ' ) I Pall ti ?.000.X0 ' KU.OUU 7W.OOO eTaOOtOOf, 900,000 1DS.OOO Hoo.ono iU wo, 00 1.6JU,CKK .WJO,OCkU UO,OOU 5,t)UO,OuO $.000,000 900,000 T50,OUU ?V,ruo 4,',o-,Ooo . 7oo,ou0 1 3 .1,000 lalOUO 1,190,0m; 500,000 1,150,000 1 50,000 i (0,000 4,000,000 l.OOO.OOO 400,090 Bid 4 7-8 100 low IOU ICO 100 100! 106 1 -a j looi Aaknl r 1-1 91 16, 6 6 11 4 16 l-i 1 5l 16 tie I'D HO 196 It jo 0 8 1-2 15 -4 IOI 1-9 101 lDCt-1 7 t Sales Session: 50 Olaa, $3.50; 50 Olaa, $3.50; 60 Ewa, $25; 10 Ewa, $25. Latest sugar quotation 3.89 cents of $77.80 per ton. ,'waeaaaieajeai ma, a ajj n LONDON BEETS. 10$ 0 3-4(1 SUGAR, 3.89 Henry Waterheuss Trust Co., Stock and Bond Department Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exohange. WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8. TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4. INSURANCE PAID ON THE COLLEGE BUILDING Lydia "I am Just as vexed as I can :e with Tom. He kissed me right be fore all the girls." ' Mary "Well, isn't that better than if he had kissed all the girls before you?" Exchange. Attorney General Bonaparte, in ,a recent conference with the President, cays that a way will be found to col lect the $29,000,000 fine from the Standard Oil Co. The Insurance on the President's new house at Oahu College, which was mysteriously destroyed by fire some time ago, has finally been paid. There were two policies on. the building ag gregating to "?i5,000, one of which was held by the College and the other by Contractor Campbell. The contract for the constructions of the building was for only $8000, but it would have cojt $12,000 to complete it. It was a ques tion as to whether insurance should ue paid for the $8000, which was the price of the contract, or $12,000, which )fas the actual cost thereof. Finally "12,000 was paid, this amount being distributed pro rata between the Col lege and Campbell. It will thus be seen that all parties concerned, except the insurance peo ple, have been the gainers. The col lege gets a $12,000 building for $8,000 ind the contractor gets out of a loss of about $4,000, which is the difference between the price of the contract and the actual cost of the structure. The college trustees have decided to start rebuilding immediately. BORN t PETERSON To Mr. and Mrs. David L. Peterson, in this city, August 24, a son. Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. WANTS For Want Column See Page Six WANTED. Boy to learn the jewelry trade. H. Culman, 1064 Fort St. 3779-tf 33 ICS aO, ICS S3 S3 13 S3 t3 Has Made Honolulu Famous No one thing has contributed so much to Honolulu's fame as Prirno Beer It is among the first demands of the tourist. j (a KX fa fa LOCAL AND GENERAL Don't take it out in wishing; let a Bulletin Want Ad do it for you. Order your polo rigs. Stockyards Stables. i Souvenir postals lu large variety at I Hill's souvenir store at puHt office. j Hot? An electric fan will keep yoil cool. Hold by Hawaiian Electric com pany. Onomea has finished grinding for the season with an output of 12,430 tons of sugar. A charter was today granted by Treasurer Campbell to the Sisters of the Sacred Heart. ' A Blight shock of eathqtiake was felt in Hilo last week on Sunday afternoon shortly before 3 o'clock. At the Woman's Exchange, Hotel near Fort, you can get anything you want in the line of Coral Lels. Have you tried the fine bread made by Alexander Young Cafe. Once tried always preferred. Take home a loal today. j Commander George H. Peters of the United States Cruiser Raleigh, which rt rived in the harbor yesterday, called on Governor Frear this morning. He was unattended. Two new County Ordinances, one re lating to examiners of chauffeurs, the other regulating the speed of automo biles, have been adopted by the Ha waii Board of Supervisors. Twenty-seven ducks, including some valuable Peklngs, were stolen from the Kaimlkl residence of Richard U Leach, the chief engineer of the Mika hala, a few days ago. Complaint haa been made to the police. Judge De Bolt this morning granted .1 divorce to Maria Kamaka from Henry Kamaka cn the ground of de sertion. Sera Kia Laloha petitions for he dissolution of her marriage to J. K. Laioha on similar grounds. There are two cases to come up be fore the Supreme Court tomorrow norning, the Dowsett Co., Ltd. vs R. U Gilliland, on exceptions from the Circuit Court, and Joseph O. Carter, trustee, versus Mary H. S. Davis et al o be submitted. EP "FOR RENT earde on tale at the Bulletin office- J The Misses Rice, who went to Wa- lilawa last Friday, were, a few hours 1 1 after arrival, both taken ill with pto maine poisoning. Dr. Wood of Waia lua relieved their sufferings. By word received last evening the two ladies were improving. If you live in a country district, ask your storekeeper for the candies of the Alexander Young Cafe. If he hasn't got them, he'll get them for you. Insist upon these, and no oth ers. They're the best. Governor Frear has approved the lo cation of a spur of the railway to the Waianae lime quarry and the road will ;irobably be built, soon. The Govern ment land on which the quarry Is sit uated was recently leased to the Wa! itnae Company. Remember the Masquerade Ball at the Seaside on the nlgl't or September 4th. A subscription affur, the pro ceeds of which will go to help defray the expenses of the all-Hawaii polo team to the Coast. Th beat promo tion idea for months. A Rapid Transit car struck a swill vagon at the corner of King street and Kalakaua avenue last night. Two Japanese who were on it were throw.) to the ground and knocked uncon scious. They were pretty badly bruised and were taken to the Queen's Hospital. Tung A po, father and duly appointed guardian of the persons and estates ot Annie and Suilon Tung Apo, has filed a motion In the Circuit Court for leave to sell for $160 the real property of the above-named minors to one Akai. The proceeds he wishes to devote to their education and maintenance. The children, he states, are now in Canton, China, receiving an education. Those looKlng for a souvenir that will be truly Hawaiian will be pleased to learn that the designs for the Ha waiian enameled jewelry are made ex clusively in Honolulu and that all the GOOD souvenir jewelry is made here. The H. C. line, originated and execu ted by H. Colman, Is always in the lead with something new. See his ad on page two. ( The British steamship Foxley, Cap tain Mitman did not come into port this morning, but she is taking in coal while she lays outside of the channel. She is under quarantine restrictions, and on this account Captain Mitman decided not to come in. As it is, the Foxley, which is badly in need of supplies, is having her engines re paired and coal loaded. Dr. Ramus said this morning that the reason why the Foxley Is placed under quarantine is because she came from South Amer ica ports, where disease carrying mos jultos are plentiful. Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaifner 13 Marx In buying clothes, or anything els, it's a good thing to know exactly what you are getting; the ignorance of the buyer is often a great source of profit to some merchants ... "... . .When you see a Hart, Schaifner & Marx label in a garment, you're at once in possession of all the knowl edge you need; it tells you every thing; we don't need to say a word. You know it's all-wool, all right In style and tailoring; and we'll guarantee a fit. SHva's Toggery, Elks Bldg., King nr Fort. LWEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. '76-1M KING 8TREET. Killers & Co. this morning opened up their new quarters in the store ad joining Uif I r main premises which was formerly occupied by the Hohron drug store. The two stores have been mude into one by the removal of the partition between them, wild the' whole place of businesii now present an al moat metropolitan appearance. The two large show windows which the ruin lias thus added to Its already large array, are filled with goodHtante fuly dlHplayed, and the new vt'iifire bus iIoiih inut'li toward milling h UiwaTail'i) of Ilia) mi Hull ot Foil Href I. A Rainier Toast "Where are the snows of yesterday T" Where will the champion be? Tennis and polo will fade away, All will be changed, you'll see; Lads of the sea will dine with us, Havy can ne'er be beat, . . Surely theyalways shine with us, Here's to the coming, THE FLEET! THE NAVY DEINKS RAINIER THAT'S WHY. " I 8 C. A. Nelson, Agt. AGENT FOR RAINIER BEER. Phone White 1331. J. LANDO'S Bote! Street Store HA8 A NEW LINE OP Coliegian Clothes AND THE DEPOT FOR BOS8 OP THE ROAD OVERALLS. j ,t ,.Q 111 ;,sp eraser $$1 Monuments, Safes, Iron Fence Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works PHONE 8S7. 30BBOE THIS SKIRT P 49 1Kb Will go well with SHIRT WAISTS. selling (or We are $1.75 and $2.00 WORTH $3 50 and $4.00 FOR ONE WEEK P W. Jordan ft ftn.l.tii EIQNSl