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LAIRD, SCHOBER & C o.'s
This Swell ladies' shoe
Buckskin not white Calf.
It's stylish, handsome,
kind of satisfaction in wear.
We have them in Plain
NcINERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
RED TOP M
MOST DELICIOUS CHAMPAGNE OF THE AGE
GOLD TOP BRUT
AN EXTRA DRY VINTAGE OF 1900!
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION
ONLY THE VERY BEST OF PORTO RICAN TOBACCO USED IN THE
MANUFACTURE OF THESE CIOARS. ALL SIZES.
160 KING STPEET.
THE CANDY WITH A REPUTATION BEHIND IT. Each
piece is a testimonial to the ability 0 fthe maker and his
attention to matters of detail.
The Palm Cafe
Buy your BUTTER where you can be assured of Qual
ity. Wc have the best from Island dairies as well as from
the mainland AND IT'S CHEAP!
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO. Limited
Hawaiian Iron Fence
"EXT TO YOUNO OI.DG "78-100
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Betetania.
- -' i ' fi
f&j Vri'Tfttf "riBrf.Jftttr.- iniiii Pii--W-A-rfc-iBff- ijjl'l-iii'iilii r'l
is made of the Genuine White
and shapely, and gives the best
Toes and also in the new Wing
fe Trnn Fenr?
and Monument Works
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
ADMIRAL EMORY TO
MIlll'S GOOD PEOPLE
. United States Atlantic Fleet
V S S. I-oulalnnn, Elagshlp
Lnhalua, Island of MhiiI, T.H,
July 17, 1908.
Dear Sim:- I beg leave on
behalf lit the officers and men
v of the Third Division, United
States Atlantic Kleet, to ex-
press to ou, mid through jou
to the citizens of Mtntl, our
deep nppicclatlon of their pen-
eroiis Rift of fruits which It
litis been sufficient to distribute
. to nil hands.
Also, we deilre to express
our sincere thanks for nil that
has beon done to entertain us
at Lnhnlnn, which wilt make
us remember with great pleas-
' lire our visit to jour beautiful
. Very sincerely youi 8,
W. II. EMOtlY,
Hear Admiral V. S. Navy. Com-
mandlng Tlilid Division
United States Atlantic
To the Chairman of the
Committee, Lalinliia, Island of
Maul, T. JI.
HIT WITH SAILORS
Tho Idea of reviving thu ancient
hookupii custom wns .1 complctu suc
cess. Yesterday It was cnrilcd into
uffect for thu first time slnco tho ar
rival of the I'leet. and tho thing wus
much enjojed by tho sailors. Early
jesterday morning Walter K. Dllllng
ham, chairman of tho cnmmlssaiy
committee, assisted by Clifford Kim
ball, Gilbert Waller, Gcrrlt Wilder
Harry Dcnnlson and n corps of Hiv
wallans, tortod over tho fruit, and ar
ranged It In six equal divisions, 0110
for each vessel In the li.it bor.
It was then loaded on a barge, which
was towed to tho ships by tho tug In
trcpld. In spite of tho fact that n
great part of tho fruit, which had been
contributed fioni tho other islands
was overripe and had to bo thrown
nvvny, there was sufficient left to glvo
nil tho mi'ii on tho six vessel which
were visited u taste. Tho bargo ear
ning tho hookupii was fittingly dec
orated with banana I icon and coco i
uuts strung at tho bow, and an air of
festivity wns lent to tho occasion by
the Kn.il quintet club, which was sti
tloncd on tho bit go and saluted the
fchips lslled with sours and music,
calling forth response by tho ships'
bands. Tho bluejackets lent n willing
hand In passing the offerings up nlong
tho ships' sides and nsldo from tho
mnterlnl enjojment of the fruit, the
unique character of tho event mndo a
distinct hit with tho Ray sailor men.
Yesterday tho Conectlcut, Wlscon
son, Ilhodo Island, Now Jersey, Geor
gia and Nebraska weto visited, and
other vessels will bo taken earo of In
it similar manner befdro the) depart.
Tho beautifully Illustrated Tleot
edition of the Paradise of tho Pacific
Is out today. It Is a very credltublo
souvenir of the Kleet week. The
King with tho accurate number of
stnis Ifi furnishes the basis of tho
nttractlvo covor. Within tho covers
aio new and exclusive pictures of
commanders of the I'leet and tho
correct list of the officers. Informa
tion on Hawaii short and to tho point
Rives double yaluu to tho edition,
which U excellent, and will bo in de
mand for homo and foiclgu consump
tion. FIRST ACCIDENT
(Continued from Pare 1)
tho room again, fioni which ho wiih
entiled In tho illi.U of tluio hy tho
To lepalr the ilamaRo to the Hlilp,
It wiik round nciessary to draw tho
flie3 of each anil cverj- mio of the
holleiH and allow cverjthliiR to he
roma cold heforo work started.
The men who weio Injured uro gct
tliiK nloiiR us well an could ho ex
pected, none of them being fatally
ni:cili:ilT At Iliuiimernlelii, JVoht
rieuaaeii, (lei many, Jniiii 20, 190S,
JIr. Hnbeit Ilechert, mother of Mrs.
I.overelt II MeHlck, ncu Ileithii J
IlelluK, of Honolulu.
All kinds of beer, wlnoa and mixed
drinks uro served In the best manner
at tho Fashion. Just give us a try.
At or near I'avvau Junction,
npen-faio gold watch, also
with tin ce coins attached,
nlilo tew art) at this orflre.
Small leather book entitled "Unity of
tiood," Hovvaid olTeied for letuin
tu Uullutlu olllce. 405C-tf
HONILUIU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, July 20.1908
kami of stock
2 Brewer ft Co-.
Pm riantsllon Co ....
Haw Com & SnjCo
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
flonomu Sugar Co ....
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Suiru Co
Kahuku PUnlatlon Co
klpaliulc Sugar Co . .1
Koloa Sugar Co i
McBrjde Sugar Co ....
Onknla Sugar Plant Co
Olaa "VUitr Co Mil
faaluu Sugir Plant Co
facluc sugar .Ml!!....
Tala rianlallouCo ...
F-rpteVa-o Sugar Co...
WfiluVu Sugar Co ...
Walmut Sugar Mill Co
fiiler-ltand Steam N Co
Hon H T & I. Co Prel
Mutunl Telephone Co
I'aldUp ., .....
Naluku Rubb.rCo Ana
Ililol: R Co,..
Hon H.V M Co
Hawaiian Plu apple Co.
Haw Tfr 4 PC
Haw TertW PC
Haw TcraH pc
Uaw Tcr v PC
Haw Gov't 1 jic
Ca Beet Sug & Rcl Co
6 pc. ... .
Haiku Sugar Co6pc
Ham Dltcti Co .
Upper IMlch 6a
Haw Comfit Sug Co c
Haw Vugar Co bic...
Ililu R KCo Con ope
Moo RTS LCii6p c
KahuVtl P ant Co 6 p c.
Mellrvilf S Co a 6a
Oihu Sugar Co f pc .
O aa Sugar Ca 6 pc. .
I'ac Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plautatlnn Lo ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 PC.
Walalua IgrlcCo jpc
Sales Between Iloatds SO Oahu
Sur. Co, $29.25; 10 Walalua, SS3; 13
Oahu Sur. Co, 129,23; 100 Oahu Sug.
Latett sugar quotation, 4.36 cents or
(87.20 per ton.
London Beets, lis 7 I -2d
Henry Waterfiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depattmen,
Mtmbera Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Maiia(er.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
IN TUB CIIICUIT COl'ItT 01' TIU2
Plrut tilillnlnt Pirelli! r.tt tlm Tnrt-I.
torj of Hawaii. At Chambers; In
Divorce. Winifred K Livingston,
. ... .
Plaintiff, versus Guy Livingston, De
fendant. Order Notion of I'endcncy
of Proceedings. Upon motion of tho
plaintiff nbovc mimed Winifred K.
l.lvingbton, nnd It appearing that on,
to-wlt, tho 1 1 tli day of .lanu.m,
1008, suit ' was Instituted herein
against Guy Livingston, defendant,
pralug that the bond of matrimony
between said plaintiff and unlit de
fendant heretofore and now existing,
bo dissolved upon the grounds of fail
ure to suppoit, and It appearing that
summons herein has been returned
unserved, tho serving olllccr being
unable to find defendant within this
Jurisdiction; that more than sK
months have elapsed Inco bringing
said suit, and that plaintiff has been
unable, nttcr due and diligent search,
to ascertain cither tho address of res
idence of said defendant; It Is or
deicd that notice of tho pendency of
these proceedings bo given to tho said
defendant Guy Livingston by the
publication of this order In tho Even
ing Iliilletln newspaper, published in
Honolulu within the said Circuit, six
((i) times, to-wlt. onio a week for six
(C) successive weeks, as follows, to
wlt: on the Monda)S, July 20 and
'1, 190S. and August 3, 10, 17, and
i, 1908, nnd that said defendant
appear before such Judgo of this
Court as shall bo sitting In Chambers
In the Luurt room at Honolulu nfoie
raid, upon tho 1st day of. September,
1908, nt 9 o'clock ti. in., to answer
plulntirf's bill of complaint herein,
and In default thereof tho Court will
piocccd to tho hearing and adjudi
cation of said suit.
WITNESS my hand nt Honolulu,
T. II., this ISth day of July, A. I).
(Slg.) ALEXANDER LINDSAY, Jit.,
2nd Judgo of said Court.
40r.7 July 20, 27; Aug, 3, 10, 17, 24
CLOSE BIDS .
(Continued from Faza U
Alternate No. 1 Sf,7,r,03
Altomato No. 2 $50,02")
Alterunto No. 3 380
Complete woik lis 330 ilajs.
ICeavv epooole, for painting. .. J 2,300
HoseiiMeln, for staff work . ,j 870
K. W. Qulnn, plumbing S i,su7
E. W. Hath, plumbing 1,591
Jlaiston Campbell stated after
the bids were opened that he was
Rieatly giatllled over thu results of
thu bids handed In, but on account
of thu different alternate! taken up
lij the bidders lie would have to give,
them close attention hefoio thu suc
cessful blddcis could bo announced.
Stop and see
ELKS BUILDING, KING nr. FORT ST.
LOCAL AND fiENERAL
When a piece of furniture becomes
useless to you, a Bulletin Want
Ad. will make it useful to you.
Auto at haok fare. Tel. 361.
I'nraillsu of Pacific Kleet number
for sale at all newsstands.
Call 3C1 or 41, day or night, far
Manuel K. Itlcliarils In his new Frank
Take our carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
up to-date repairs.
Order a case of Italnlcr beer from
Telephone 1331 and keep n bottlo or
two on lco all of the time.
(Jot your trunks, bags, and suit
cases nt A. Ulom's this week. A lino
new llnu of them on display at attrac
Some of tho most fetching novelties
of thu season will be shown this week
nt tho N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
All now, attractive goods.
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
Copies of th,e B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapned ready for mailing,
can be procured at'this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Tho boys on thu war ships may tlml
Hu'y. "Vl1 ";netlll"B ' their bags for
line iuiill. iiuiiHiin. nniiin A i:ii.. rnr-
tho toilet. Ilenson, Smith & Co.. cor
ner Hotel nnd Tort street, have erj
thing needed at proper prices.
A number of officers of tho fleet win
had visited tills port beforo, wero en-'
liv local ladies at a pol
luncheon at tho icsldcnro of .Mr. rjd
Mis. I'ted Damon last H.ilurda.1. J
Join thu HarrUoii Mutual Associa
tion now, nnd save yourself and onr
family worry and expense. Call and
heu Mr. Townseiul In thu Knplolanl
building. Alaken street near King.
There will bo nn open air ten lco
this evening nt 7!30 in Emma Samite.
Tho Hawaiian band will play Imiitis.
Addivsies will bu madu hy Illshop
Itestarlck and thu Ituv. W. II llllss.
Thu H H I.urllno brought two mot
rs for tho Knhukii wireless statlini
esterday Expert Isbcll expects tl at
when they uro installed wireless com
munication Willi the Coast will bo es
tablished Curtis Hustaco rescued a drowning
sailor from the Kentucky nt tho Wnl-
klkl beach yesterday afternoon. Ho
hail to dlvu for him and after tho man
had been brought nshoro It took Dr.
W. O. Hogers an hour to rcsutrltnto
A sailor fioni tho Georgia wns hurt
last Saturday afternoon hy falling
from it table nnd breaking n llask
which hu hud tucked iiisldo his blouse,
111 tho fall. Thu Jagged glass cut Ills
tdde ronst.lcinbly and ho was taken to
thu Quel u's hospital,
Thu naval auxiliaries Panther and
Yankton sailed jesterday for Pago
Pago, vvhllo thu Glacier Is off to FIJI
today. Theso esscls will relay w Un
less messages from tho I'leet when
it Is on its way to Australia, so that It
nt all times will bo In touch with
Tho flieworks which were set off
last Satiiiday evening, wtro enjoy til
by nn Iiiiiucubo ciovvd, which at times
oven obstructed tho Unpld Transit
Irnmr. Tim atr.u.tu unr,. fllliiil ullli
klelitseers. mill tho lllninlnntlons. os-i
pcclnlly the gland display m'ado by
tho Young hotel, wero greatly ad
Llontt iiHiit-Coiiininndcr II. I. Hulch
ibou, the new exeeutlvo olllcer of thu
hattlushlp Wlsronsin, cnlenlay im
ported for duty aboard that vessel, to
which ho was assigned In San 1'riui
clsro when Commander Phelps wns
icllovcd, owing to III health. Lieuten
ant Commander Mutchlson was tho ex
ecutive olllccr of the cruiser St. Louis,
when that vessel was hero lercntly
nnd leeelved his now berth when thu
SI Louis nrilved at tho Const. IIu
cnino lieie In thu Nchiasku.
A ronceit for the men of the I'leet
will bo given tonight at thu (ijionlng
of tho Assembly Hall of tho Seamen's
Institute Arranged by Mrs. (Icrrlt
P. Wilder, assisted by Mrs. George
Davles mid Mrs Illchaid Ivors, tho
program will consist of vocal solos by
Mis. Iliuro V Macknll and Mrs. Alex.
I.lmlsi'j Violin liv W l-iivo, piano hy
Mih. Hiivvaid Illlrhrunk Mltfi Mar
gaiot Cl.ii l.o, Mrs. Ti nno Peck, ac
lomp'iiilsls Mis Charles Weight;
iluiitlug hy thu Misses Center, r. A
Schacfcr will publdu.
The KNOX HAT is too well known on the Coast anil
throughout the East to be in need of description. It stands for style and
exclusiveness, but never for pronounced or faddish extremes. Knox Hats
arc never in bad form.
The first-class quality of its workmanship and material accounts for
much of its popularity, we arc selling it in Honolulu the same Knox
Hat at the same prices you would pay for it in New York or Frisco.
HATS Soft Felt or Stiff
them in our windows.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PABR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Go,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
, Fort St, Oppr W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do. all kinds of Teaming; alto deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Band, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE -MOVING A SPE-CIALTT.
The Proper Drinking of
is good for the weak and the well. The abuse of it is never
good for anybody.
One of the best things that Beer does is to flush the
system and get rid of poisonous waste matter.
But Beer must be Pure, else it cannot be healthful;
and the purest and b;st is
Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Lino n
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
I ! . M pom
$3.00 to $5.00
FIRE AND MARINE