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The Favorite is a White Calf Balmoral, called by
tome dealers a Buckskin.
It is as cool, pliable, and comfortable as an Indian
Moccasin, but never loses its shape.
WHITE GENUINE BUCKSKIN OXFORDS at $8. and $7.
White Canvas Shoes, high and. low, at all prices.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KING.
YotfU find few dyspep
tics aitioiig those who make beer
Good beer is the best tonic and
nerve food known to medical
In Honolulu drink Primo Beer.
It is brewed to suit the climate.
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On and after AUGUST 1ST I will
be located in the ELITE BUILDING,
corner of Adams Lane, where I shall
give my personal attention to all
branches of work in the
and shall be pleased to have both old
and new friends call on me. And, as
Sharp Sign S
will stilt have the merit
so well known.
Yours For Trade,
l-3rd off for 3 Weeks
33 1-3 -Special Sale On -33 1-3
AQATEWABE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERYWARE,
HOW'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
Lewis & Co.. Ltd.,
CUT-PRICE HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM.
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
HONOLULU STORK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Aug. 7.1908
. Uf STOCK
Admiral Who s To
Brin Pacific i-feet
VALL.EJO, Cnllf., July 31. This
morning Honr Admiral William T.
Swinburne became tlio commander-
In-chlct ot the United States Pacific
Fleet, comprising not only the three
divisions In Pacinc waters, but iiIfo
the fourth division, now In Asiatic
waters, and until n year or so ago
Known as the Asiatic squadron. The
ceremonies of transferring the com
mand from Hear Admiral James It.
Dayton, who Is bclnR relieved upon
his own application, prior to his re
tirement by iiro limit in October) took
plncc aboard tho flagship West Vir
ginia at tho Muro Island yard and
were accompanied with the usual for
malities. Hear Admiral D.iyton, who haH
been In (ominand of the United States
l'uclllr Kleet since February, 190fi.
having brought the "Ills Four"
around from the Atlantic rcist by
way of lUiropc and tho Philippines,
leaves tonight for Lake Tahoc. whero
he will spend few days before go
ing to his home In the i:ast.
Hear Admiral Swinburne has had
command ot tho second s(iiadrun of
tho Pacific Fleet since August, lflOG,
mid has an enviable rccoid in the
rcrvlre. Ho was appointed to tho
Naval Academy from his native State
Rhode Islands, September, I Still, and
nttnlncd his present rank In July,
1 900. He has twenty-live years and
four months of Ken service to his
credit and fifteen years and seven
months of scrvlro on land. Ho will
be retired by ago limit In about a
w llrtw-r ft Co...
Rwa rinntmlon Co ....
tHwAtlfttt Agile, Co...,
II iw Com fc Sim Co ..
Ilnnomu SitRat Co ,...
Ilonokmi Sujcur Co . ..
HmVii Suir't Co .. .
Iliilclii-on Sugar Iiml.
Kftliuku PlAillAltnil Lo
Kotoa Suenr Co
MtUryde Suirr Co .. .
Oalm Sucftr Co
OnotDC SiiR-r Co ...
Onkolft SiiRHr I'lant Co
Olaa Fusr Co Lul ...
i uowaiu uo
r-Aaliau Sugar I'l-iit Co iV.i
I'ala PlltitnlloiiCo ....
PciktcVwi SiiRar Co....
rioiirtr Mill Co
VVntahi a Axrlc Co. , . .. .
V-I!iilcu Sugar Co ....
WAlntaiiAlo sugar Co.
Walm-A Sugar Mill Co
liitcr-f Jaand Slram N Co
Hon HTM. Co Trel
Hon RT& I. Co Com
Mutual T-l-iilioiie Co
NalilkJ Mtlilicr Co.,
Nalnkti WiiMn-r Co A-.
1 1 Mo II K Co
Hon It Ac MCo
Ilauallan Pineapple Co.
Hamt Tvr 4 PC
Ilau Trr tU pc.,
HawTcr H ir
Haw Trr i' lie
Haw Gov't i ic
Ca I'.ttt Siir fi Ktl Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Dltrh Co,
Haw Com Mi SugCosK
llnw Sugar Co p r...
IliloK KCn Con Ape
Hon RT& !. pc
Knliuku P.ant nfi pc
McUr)ilf 8 Cn'i 6a.
Oalm Rfli I.Coo..c.
Oiliu Sugar Co ape ..
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 c.
Pac- Sue. Mill Co, C
Pala Plantatlo.iCo ....
rionccr MIIIOi 6. c ..
Watatua Agrk toe
Tobacco business on Hawaii must
bo picking up these duys, for tho
Konn Tobacco Company has written
to Wnlter F. Drake. Collector of In
ternal Revenue, asking that he fur
nish them with Instructions as to tho
handling of lent tobacco In conform
ity with tho regulations of tho Uev-
enuo Department. This Is the com
pany which Jnrcd Smith, formerly ot
the Experiment Station 'here, has
charge of, antl It is located at Kco-
kca, Hawaii, In South Konn. Col
lector Drake Is scndlngu large book
of revenue regulations which will
give them all tho Information neces
Sales netween llmnls: It Pio
neer, UI: 1U0 linn ('. & S. Co..
$ino; 100 Haw. C. S. Co., imi; !I0
(lonoknn, $I3..''I. t-'isi-lfiii: 5n Ono-
itiea, JUS; 10 Omuiwa. J3S.
Latest sugar quotation 4.125 cento
or $82.50 per ton.
London Beets, 10s
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co,,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATt EXCHANGE A.
HIT AT ORPHEUM
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
IAUKEA WILL INSIST
(Continued from Face 1) .
tlon of tho committees to cull both
these gentlemen beforo It and to nsk
them a scries of questions In regard
to the transactions which passed be
tween them. Tnwnsciui will also bo
culled to corroborate tho statements
made by them, us he wns present on
all tho occasions on which tho Sher
iff and ImI met.
Cathcart stated this morning that
It was possible that ho would huvo to
call as witnesses tho newspapermen
to whom Isol inado his statements In
regard to the transactions, but liu
would only have to tin tills in case
lsoi should deny having mndo them.
Tho Investigation will bu conduct
ed behind closed doors, and the press
will not bo admitted.
Iaukca In discussing tho matter
this morning expressed regret nt tho
fact that A. I'. Tnylor, then Chief of
Detectives, had not made known to
him Hint bo was awaro of tho $1U0
noto transaction nt n il.ite earlier
than that on which he nctuully did
so. Tlio Hlicrlrt was of tho opinion
that had Taylor dono this ho might
have succeeded In Retting nil tho ev
idence he desired against Isol,
Tho Sheriff appears to ho fully ilc
tcrmincd to get Itol prosecuted for
attempted bribery, If this is possible
"I understand that the authorities
do not wish to havii a repetition of
tho I.co I,ct case," ho mi Id. "Hut I
feel convinced that tho evidence In
tho Isol enso is much stronger than
It wns In tho I,ee Let caso, anil I shall
Insist on having him prosecuted, if
It Is possible to secure sufllclcnt evi
dence, and I think this is quite pos
Tho report of tlio Cleveland Strcit
Hallway Company Is oxticctnd
show a deficit for tho third month of
operation on tho .1 ccnt-fitm basis, tho
two previous repoits nnch showing a
deficit of ft't.OOO to $50,000.
Tho hherin ot Walker County, Geor
gia, closed nil rcstaurantH and soft,
drink stands nt Camp Taft Sunday.
Tho board of managers of tho New
York Cotton Exchange unanimously
passed n resolution authorizing nnd
providing for n complete luvostlg.ittg
of tlio cotton contractu dealt In on tho
exchungo, asking thu co-operation or
tho Department of Commeico nnd Ui
bor of tlio (lovPi'ninent,
Vaudeville In Honolulu, and of the
standard that was seen at thu Or
phcitm'last etenlng.'ls a rarity, and It
was npprecltitul. Thu popular Hltlu
playhouse was Jmiiiiic,'c1 from the h.tld
hc.nted row to tho topmost tcat In
heaven. Tlieic wero no slow walls
between nctB, cither, tho dl.Torrjit
Bklts coming on In quick succession.
James folk. Hie wizard or tho li.ui-
Jo, us ho is uilvuth-cd, vcrtaluly lived
up to his title It Is mi old halng,
"See tt banjo and think of a ncgio."
hut .1 allies I'nlk was fur fioiu being
tho latter and bis music was equally
far fiom being the usual twang-twang
that is iiHKiicl.tteil with thu Instrument.
His llunlc, a medley, won thu house.
When a laige uouiau comes out on
tho stage, drehsul like tho rag end of
creation, it Is n.it iir.it that onu should
smile. Hut when this person sing a
t-oug of mother-In-laws, a nov one, by
tho way, ns dlil Miss Agues A. -Mile.)
Inst night, genuine sldo-spllltlng
laughter Is the result. Allrs Miles
said that the oul lcaum she did It
was "To Make a Homo for Mother,
but she might have been Joking, ns
thu latter seems to como natural lo
(leorgo M. Cohen Is (Irorgo M. Co
hen tho world omt, and ho Is alwujs
tho best. His plnlot "Klucllmi llts"
was about the funniest silly thing (hut
has over been written, and tho Halleti
nnd Fuller combination that .hai.ill-'d
tho acting part contrllied to m.iko -i
big hit with the audience, Polllhlans
nnd uthern Inteiested In local affairs
nt tlio coming elections would do well
Indeed 'to seo this skit, and act accord
ingly. Itlnnldo, the wandering vlolluljt.
Wilson, thu s Inning- r,cllst, and
Adonis, tho etuillllu 1st 'with his trnlued
dog, followed and I hey each havu
choice acts. ItlunMo'H violin under
his touch would slug or screech, cry,
laugh or whisper. Just ns tho vaga
bond gypsy deslieil Wlhon thu hi
cyclist tloes some thrilling stunts that
brings tho "Oil's" fiom tho gentler sex
In tho audience Adonis Is an equil
ibrist of no mean ability, and his
tricks with the Huh' dog l.ottlo "with
tho hiininu brain," niu diverting.
LOCAL AND QENEBAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. never
fails to find the needed tenant.
So our HWell wash goods. Whitney
l'arndlso of Pacific l'lcct number
for sale nt nil liewsstunds,
Cull 301 or 41. day or night, for
Manuel K. Itlchards In his now Frank
lin automobile. .
Honolulu Lodge. CIC, II. I'. O. i:
will met In its lodge loom this Friday
(ironing nt 7:30.
Tako your carriage or nutomoblle
to Hawaiian Carrlngo Manfy. Co.. lor
up-to-dnto repairs. "
I,. E. IMiikham sails by tlio Man
tlnirla on Sunday for thu Coast. It
Is understood that bo IcaM-s the Isl
Shop early tomoriow nt Sachs the
store lll be closed after 1 o'clock.
There nre many useful sjieclals at
tcmntltig in Ices to early bujers.
Have you seen it I The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Ccmc in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Ofltee Specialty Co., Ltd.
Don't let thu week slip h without
piufltlng by the unti'iiuillv low pi Ires
!n oery linn of goo Is. Vim can llnd
Just whnt 5011 want itt lowest cent nt
Conies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be rrocurcl at this office for live
cents. Co:t of mailing, three cents.
Othti I mlgn No I ! ui 1'.. will
meet tonight In K of I', h ill. t'ort and
Ileit'lnnla stirets, at 7"n p. in Work
In the llrsl mill iiicond rank, IpIi.j
brothers conli'illy luited lo nltetid.
Prirale and ronlbb'nllal iletectlr
noik Is now available to the lltuiniulii
publli IhroiU'.'i tlio Hawaiian Delic
tiro Agency, which has opened an of
flee In tho Walty building, King sheet.
Mrs. .1. M. Omul of l.os Aug-les ar
rlcd on the Koien to spend n few
months with her sister, .Mrs. Thus. (5.
Ilulleiilyne, Alinptuil street. Mrn
(Irani has Just lompletcd a two-jears'
tour of Kuioie.
Tim case of Santos, the messenger
Mrtlrn iniiii who was cliurgeil with
threatening l'eli r, niiotber Mercury,
rame iti ill tho Police Couit Una
niornlug. but wound up with u icprl
in am! ami illscbarge.
Judge lie Holt M'stetday granted u
ilhotce to Nicholas John Polmeie
from Mury Ann I'nlmere. Tho bus
hand was gheli the custody of tho
two children who are now iu I'rtill
vale, lie is lo ny Mis. Pntiueio J3u0
for their support In tho past.
C. J. Cooper, of the Customs In
spector's onice, le.it o.i on Hie lliifonl
today for tho Coast, on a lite weeks'
vacation. .Mr. Cooper will bo Joined
on tho Coast by his wife, who has
been tlsltlng for sniuo I lino In the
Stntos, nnd they will upend lb lime
In the Vosemllo Valley.
WHERE WAS KING
Sliangu things are a matter of
cource in t:io Executive building, nnd
culy Jestordny an Incident oicurred
which bears out the abote btJtemcut.
1'wo strangeis weto shown through
thu Throito-rooni, nnd while they
weic Inside, one of them asked whero
the picture of King Kalakaua might
bo seen, staling that Hawaii's last
Mug was horn in Boston, Mass. Tho
sli anger ou)d not be convinced Hint
he was not light nt that time, so In
quiry was lundo of (lovernor Fiear
mid John F. Colbunl.
Ciotornor Fre.ir hah spent tho great
er pail of his life In tho Islands, and
he stated that to his best knowledge,
nnd belief King Kalakaua was born
lit a place (ailed Kuuwnlo.i, Dlstllrl
of Konn, Island of Hawaii. John 1
Colburu, who lias rlrirgo of the Ka-
plolani Kstnte, which came down
through the Kalakaua family, sub
stantiated the statement of (lovernor
o It seems, after all, that tho last
king of Hawaii was hcun on theso
Islands, mid not in tho Huh.
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In tiic grilling summer time
when bodily comfort is upper
most in your mind, better look
to your underwear. No need
for worry or discomfort if it
bears the STAR trademark.
There's a reputation of 67
years of "knowing-how"' be
hind the STAR pioduct and
it's safe to say you'll find no
underwear as good a
MADE BECAUSE MADE
All styles, all sizes, all pro
portions, and Bcacor.ablc In
KING STUEET NEAR TORT.
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHT I
USE TOO STRONG A LIGHT?
LET SPOTS OR STREAKS 01 LIGHT TALL ON WORK
INDEED, DO ANY OP THESE THINGS WHEN EYES ARE
TOO PRECIOUS TO BE ENDANGERED. AND ELEC
TRIC LIGHT PERMITS YOU TO AVOID THEM ALL1
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.,
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
JosepHi A. Oilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Ajjcnt for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath. Maine;
TARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
agaesasiBB iron Fence
Hawaiian Iron fence and Monument Works
NfiXT TO YOUNG BLUC, 170 1C0 KINO STREET.
-ut' .luaa.fi .
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs, Sophlo miii IIuik iiml family
tako these menus of tlmukliiK their
niiiny frleiuls for their kind sympathy
tmil attention iluiliiK their Into bu-teavcuicut.
Hf"For Sale" cards at Bulletin,
ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
Ptivate nnd Confidential Detective
A. II. LECKEBY SEES
A. II, Leckenby. thu Kcleullflr fnnu
er who has just retiiini'il fnnu ii tilpj
iiroiuiil the Ishiiul v.lfli Alux:iiiii'i'
Hume Kuril, iiiipoaieil beliuu the I'm
liuitlnii ('(iiiiniltleii lit Us uieetliiK yes
leiilav iifluiiiiion. anil kuvo it n lnf(ir:n-
ill tnllc mi tho liiisslbllltli'H of hinall
fiii-mliiR on tho Kooliiu hlile. llu ree
ommeliileil thu ii'eiiir.illnn or him
llbre for lope ami luxlllu fiibrles on a
eoimueielnl bahis, i.lalln' (lint Hiich a
htloiiK llbre which illil not mt was ot
luuneiiho value, llu also leeommenil
ed the liuiitutloii of bats fur thu pur
piife of cradlcitlliK Ihu .Inp'incsi!
beetle, ami thoiiKhl that tho cultiva
tion of peanuts, espcelally im a i illa
tion crop with pliieappU-B, wuiiM Im
very rciuuneiiitlxe. Ho was nlso ol
thu opinion Hint koi rouhl bu nccoin
pllnheil by the plaulliiK of wliulbrciilt
llis I lees, Hiieh as iiouwooils, atom; the
beach oil thu wliulwanl shlo of the
I'rliu'u Hohtiihibo OulirlliKPii of tier-
many Is reported to bu thu leaillus
spirit in a NteniiiKhlp company tu be
formed as, u ilvul of tho HiinihiirK-
Aiiiortcnii lino, l'rlneu KuerstenbiirK
who Is Kilil Id bu ono of thu backurs
of tho enterprise. Is many times u mil
lionaire. Major T M. Murphy of KUnlninieu,
Kill., has piepnreil tin iiiilltianro tu
uliilliiK nil Irnlllo In ihu nlr fur twen
ty miles nhoo the II ro limits of tlio
town iiml provhlhiK for n llrcuo tux
on nil nlrshlps
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KEEP MILK COLD
Warn milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wapons. Siranle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
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Ruching, Fancy Belts, India Linon,
Linen Lawn 36 in. wide, 35c yd
Also, Ladies' Lingerie Waists
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