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HONOLULU STAK BULLETIN, TUESDAY; XO Yv Wli
1- 1 -j
For Decoration on the 31st at
Arts &, Crafts Shop,
1 1120 FORT 8T.
Stockmd Bond Brokers
Pfcone HSl"4 P. O. BoxiS
- . KERCH 4XT STREET
BnffopAjj LOCAL" ATifD GENERAL I
Honolulu Siock Exchange
; .! Monday, November I.
NAME OF STOCK Bid Asked
ART BACKS FOR ROUGH
USAGE! ; '"'
. ALL KINDS OF; AR
TICLES FOR j,CARD I'AU- ,
Hawaiian News Co.
.V Toodj ilotel Balldlnir ,
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Agrie Co. . . . .
hHaw.Com. & fr.ug. Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
f Honomu Sugar Co "'.
: llonnkaa Sugar .Co .
! Haiku Sugar Co.
I Huf cbinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plautior Ca .
Koloa Sugar Co
McBrydc Suga Co. . . . .
Oahu Sugar Co.
Onotnea Sugar Co.y. ,J.
Olaa Sugar Co J-tuV. . .
Pauhau Sugar Plant. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill v. .v;
Pala Plantation Co... . . . .
repeeko Sugar Co.
Wailoku Sur Co. . .
; Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Waimea Suga,xdW V- r
' . ' ' ?: 1; f"
fntr-lsland Steam N. CO.
i Hawaiian Electric Co. , .
. Hon. R.T. & L. Co.; Pref
Hon. R.T. & L. Co. Com. .
Uanu ix. & Lu vo.
Hflo R. R, Co.. Pfd.. . .... ,
fci V,... . Wn ) 1
. . . . . ..-' ' r .
. 120 L0T3 40 by t3 feet for
aateat? Kalihlr rlchton 'Klna
! Strtet, near the KaTIhl briefs.
V PHcea rtnja from Z1S to
y a tot. l'J-f ' v fe
! ' Liberal discounts will bo al
) lowed for cash; - . . . .
i Term a" art very taay.
Inqulra of v??.'vv..v
Land Co;. '.Ltd.
- ys,or to-::; -
. Hllo R. IL Co., Com.:-. '
Haw. Irrfctni-Ou; Ca ii.sV
Hawaiian rineapple Co. ;
Tanjong Olok R-C pd. up.
Pabang Rubv Co. .......
Hon. B. & M. Co. Asa. . .
' 1 BONDS . ;
Haw. Ter.4 v.
Ha wl Ter; 4 - Pub. ' Imps
Haw. Ter, 4 Vi . v i . .
haw. Ten 3 Jt .V;,.H ; !
C&L Beet Sug. & ReL Co. e
Hon; Cas. Co., Ltd., 6s.
Haw: Comr& t?uj; Co. 5 Z
Hllo RR.Co Issuft 1901.
Hilo R. R. Co., Con. 8 ...
Honokaa Sugai Co , 6 ,7
Hon. R. T. A Co. 6
Kacal Ry. Co. 6s ....... .
LTcBryda Sugar Co. 6s . i,
Mutual TeL 6n. .,i.iv: ;
Oahu R. & L. Co. S . . .
Oabn Sugar Co. 5 ... .V
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 ., . ; ; 4
Pac. Sag. Mill Ca 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 . .v.: '
Natomas Con.' 6s .1 . . .
HawnMrrlgatlon Co. 6
Hataakua Ditch ;;,..
. "i ' x- -
. . ....
- ...V-: SALES.'. . ; ; ;;'
.Between ..Boards 10 1. Oahu 26 ; 3
Oahu. 26; 60 Pioneer 30i; 20, WaJalua
110. 10 Walalua 110. V . ; l ; ,
Session' Sales-i-10:Hi C I'ft'Cd 40,
2 0 McBryde -l . 30 Pioneerf 30 1 3
Yaialua 110, 5 Ewa 28, 5 Ewa 28i,
1 0 'Pines' 43 , 20 Oahu 2615 'Oahu
10 Oahu 26U. 10 Oahu 26U 5
I Latest ugar, quotation, 303 cents,
Bsets 9s 4il-2d
. LeRitlmato insurance against
rloss vby ; conflagration is "flnan
J v,clalT protection to' owners'" ot "
property u bo employ practical
means to save themselves.
1 vVaAer 'cotfilng out of a bose
4 nowle at. the moment; and on
f ; the cpot, is the Ideal help'
Honqlulu business troierUes
huld have 100 Paris Gasolino
.Turbina connected with Water ;
;V Holes , aa' duo support to tbs
' Fire Department and to make'
reasonable insurance rates po3-
., - . . .
Sugar , 4.05cts
Ir fcark rin aa 2307 adrer-
tlseiuent. .- ' ' ' ;.- i
J'.emeniber that shooting privileges
at Haleiwa are free to guests. "'"Q
TSe Goras Grocery. . Ltd., phone
4138, sells goods below most grocers
and delivers the goods promptly.
The Australian butter sold at the
Metropolitan Meat Market, telephone
'C44.", is superior to that from ihe
mainland. . ' ;
Wanted Two more passengsra for
around . 4he - .island at J6.00. Le wb
Stables and. Garage. v TeL 214 Li-Hd-vertiime&t.-?
h '.f ;-;VA-f :
The Good Ten plars will meet at
7:20 this evening In JFraternity Hall,"
Odd Fellow's Building, for the purpose
of K electing officers; V- lv ''''rlt
Do not -fiddle "about crushed rock
that' is sob! hit or miss.- Buy from
the Honolulu Construction and Dray-
lug ui.iUJQ i me uesu - -
'The work of Honolulu Commandfry,;
Order of the Temple, previously sched-;
uled for Thursday night has been post-;
tanla"Btreet, opposite Fire Station
fTsw ap PAiir4knap fha Kaaf af . wav.
mj utci; vuuig' tuc vcoi m ir uvus.
. m ' 1
uiar : pnees. aavertiscment. .
x-iucapyxc euuji ana rure s xvoul jutci
ovaJ Tonf 'cumrtiai 9i4nVciLoiA K4
wavviivu v cuuiuici uituas as?, ww
tied by the' Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171- advertisement ... '
busy all day yesterday, and - worked '
late last night putting art extension (
to the voting booth at Kamiuki. :; :r j
Troubles. for. heirs through: the
careless drawing of ;a will may J bej
avoided by a testator, having his ,-Wili i
drawn .by the.-. Hawaiian! Trust Coif.
Ltd.', 923 Fort; street if
Green Stamps are now freely given
at the A B C grocery, King street, fa
mous for its low prices for cash. Pay
cash and . ; collect green . - stamps.
They're valuable. advertisement. v r
v Dr." MacLennan removed to. Alakea
St., next Pacific Club a few. doors bor
low" Beretania Ave. Wonderful cures
of chronic diseases by new serum
treatment;,; Phone ' S630.advertlse
ment i . . '' 1 -;
Knox hats are popular with discriminating men who appreci
ate the good things in wearing apparel, and who know the
various trade marks under which they
are to be found- , :..:. .v-V- . .
A ruie Line 01 W
( i ... .
lz v" -
- new? in : lines -and Coloring: and textures, but
made with that gobdio
making that none too 'plenn ,
Wc iWant vou alii to see them. ; w
.... f -c Mite ' ' ' ' '
v? . .-- 1 - ... ...... . - v . . fc . n f r w-i T- M frr
' MAJOR WHOLLEY
The., body "of ? the- late ( Ma jor John
Dr.' Doremui 'Scudder,; pastor t of H;?VholJeyf "who, died at his. post of
. 1 01' 1 iklMV:
. . - " V T- . -r , , ' ;
Xembers TloDoIalo Stock ! Beiii
FORT AND . KERCH AKI . STREETS
jji V: Telephone 1208.'
Harry Armitae & Co.
; STOCK AND BONO. BROKERS'
P. a Box C23 AH MwwtKlW
Member Honolulu Stock . and Bond
...,.:"; '-y Exchange'- ! ,
fAntrol Itnlrtn' hiirhu will vcruiatr . nf
V. 4 , V- M.U V ....... . i'MM .w.
San Antonio ball next Friday evening
to sustain his criticism on the Social
ist, platform. An invitation is extended
to all interested persons to attend the
" Papid tuition given in Music, Violin,
Mandolin, Guitar . and Banjo, by ' Prof,
L. jA; de Graca. . New and easy meth
od. .1 Term's moderate. : Address 175
Beretania -.r avenue. Phone ; 3643.:-aJ-vertlsement.
. v -' .' -f'V ".;
'Every child wilting a leer to San:
ta , Claus, addressing - it -to- WALL,
NICHOLS V COMPANY, HONOLULU,
giving theirs Post.': Office, address, will
be remembered :at .Christmas : time.
Don't forget ad vertisement"1 :-J
Always keep .In mind thatv coming
event of thfe year,: the-sale -oft fancy
articles all ; hand made" by Jhe ladies
of the Golden Circle ' Sewing : Society
on the 23 of this month.' The location
of the sale: 'will be announced later.
-4 Registrar M. Hi Lemon, of the Ter
ritorial v board of health reports' that
seven ; deathsoccurred iln -Honolulu
from contagious ? diseases - during; the
last fifteen days' of October; ' five by
tuberculosis, "one by 1 enteric , fever
and one by diphtheria..: ' : j
Two Filipinos became involved in
a1 controversy yesterday afternoon that ;
finally',' resulted in - gun play.'f Abrica
was placed under arrest the complain
ing witness being -Villaresa 'who will
give bis side- o the Cstory at a pre
liminary hearing T at Police coutL
ERECT LARGE BLOCK
litis reported as probable that the
Bishopr estate will erect a seven-story
building; 110, by?' 100 feet in: ground
dimensions, on . the land 'opposite ; the
Young Hotel, a structure which it will
rival in, architecture.. E, O.. Hall A&
Son, whose' "building Is undergoing
condemnation- for the Federal building
fsite, will perhaps be accommodated
In the projected block. It is said ' the
Commercial Club also has an eye on
quarters In the same building. '
CAST BLAME FIRE DEPARTMENT.
duty; at: Fort Shatter ; October '12 , last,
will be taken- aboard .the army trans
port Thomaa this afternoon, with full
military ..r honors v, Escorted ...by. . the
battalion of the Second .Infantry which
he t oommahded :t at I the time --of his
deatn and 4o the, jnusic of that regt
ment'srband the casket mounted -on
an, - artillery ; caisson, will be ; borne
fromVWiUiams' derUking v estabr
lishment to the transport,- for trans
portation to'. Washlngtonr - where the
remains , wlllj ,..b'e ; interred rat Arlington
cemetery- In V aVpjotn which. i;,tJMajor
Wnolley I himself. ueiectedr while; at
tendlng, tbe j'Aray c War f College a
little" over?ayear -agb1 : ? . ,v:: ::j
i Tb.es same solemn ; military ; cere
mony ; that marked ' , the conveying of
Major rWnoneya remains from ;Fort
Shaftefv 'te ; this city. will beIn evi
dence tbday iThe :casket, will . rest "oa
an; artil lery icaisson," fully, horsed .and
egnippfidVThe'.-dead: offlcer'a charger,
in. mourningTcarisoniwlir be. Jed. be
hind .'.the" casket; he, Bridie blact
hooded, andthe boots suspended, from
thei saddle.apurstto the- front -'-v.
Provided , that; theThomas , arrives
before 1:30 the' funeral cortege vwlll
start at 2:30J The: band of the Second
Infantry came Jn from Schofield Bar
racks on . the noon, train, and .will re
turn. 4hla evening. .f-;.v?; .p
- The honorary.- pall-bearera '
followthe; caisson are General M. M
Macomb;-Colonel r French; Lieut. t Col;
CampbeJV Major- Cheath umM ajor
Kennedy, Major 'liab4t!alse. Ma jor
aliv jfoTsFacial anH'Scalp tieaiment at home. -
S3 .H A1TIS dUC-
Ttiar?the dry cell type, and fitted vn
bruslipae ) roller,-sponge and all the n 2 c i ::-
Completq in Oak Case, -the pric
' 1 '
1 ';n L'
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS !
STOCK A5D B0D BROKERS
Itemberi Uonolnlu Stock an4 Boad
1 -. -
J.' P. Morgan :Co., Ltd,
. , STOCK BROKERS
j Information FurnUhed and Loans
' f-r-rMade t - ' . " '
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
t- Dhn.. 4K79
Li llil V I I 1 I I I U
I 1 5 Villi II I
Over 60 per cent of the fire alarms
sent "to fire headquarters are trans-
tnitfprf thpro ovm' thA tp?nhnn arid
over 75 per cent of the notifications j its influence. iHs small wonder that
, Few Institutions of Tlearnln have
begun their-existence under euth, aus
picious 'circumstances- its -the William
M.-' Rice Institute,- which. oiened' its
doors this fall at Houston, Tex., with
an original. fund of $ ! QOOO.OOO Tor" en
dowment and maintenance ; , with the
foremost educators in, the nation aid
ing in planning' its future; with pick
ed i hien lor Administrative offices and
faculty Tand with a vigorous,-growing
country-in which to prosper and wield
thus sent In are unintelligible, 'owing
to the; party -sending message being
flustered, or not talking intelligibly.
Stop this use the Denio telephone
fire alarms system. advertisement
Premo kodak, postcard size; some ac
cessories; $15. 896 Prospect St.
f 8tarru!lrtla Afls. art Be t RnMnos
'- We deal. in listed and noliated secu
rities of all kinds. lUda!o, La Zaca
ulpa ruober; rurlssUnl KJla Oil stock;
Mascot Copper; : X-ft s
V. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block;4 Oakland, Cat
E. G; Duisenberg
STOCKS,.' BONDS; REAL ES
. .TATE, INSURANCE ..
75 Merchant St : Phone 3013
Gold watch, will sell for $25.00.
dress R. T. Ramos, this office.
Foreign boys helped with English or
school -work. Terms- reasonable.
Call evenings 7 to 8, 1128 Wilder.
: P. H; BURNETTE
Commission if Dd-c? CaKfor?
nia- and NeW Yorkj NOTARY PUbI
LICj -Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages, Daedv Billa of ? Sala,
Laases, Wills, ate. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70-MERCHANT ST
HONOLULU, Phono IM14 ;
Large 4 -bod room house with beautiful
grounds at Palama. $3000.
Good house and lot with bearing fruit
.trees at Nuuanu. $1000.
Building lots at Nuuanu and Kalihi.
Fine mosquito-proof, 6-room house,
with gas, electric light, nice lawn,
and splendid location near car-line.
Small, furnished cottage, bath, kitch
en and two rooms, gas and electric
light; $15 to desirable tenant
J. H. Schnack
137 Merchant Street.
the opening of this Institution should
be attended by noted educators from
all, over the worlds as well fas official
government representatives. jrf
Dr? P- P. Claxton, United States
commissioner of '-education-deputized
as special representative of the bureau
at the ceremonies Dr. Kendrie C Bab
cock specialist in-higher education
Rice Institute was made possible' by
the munificence ' Tof v William ?;Marsh
Rice,; a native of Massachusetts, but
for many years a resident of Houston.
Before his death in 1900, Mr. Rice
made far-reaching plau3 for the es
tablishment of a nonpolitical and non
sectarian institution "to be dedicated
to the advancement of letters, science,
and. art. During the long period of
litigation that followed Mr. Rice's
death, the trustees called Dr. Edgar
Odell Lcvett. a professor in Princeton
university, a man of wide experience
and lofty aims, to aid them as presf
dent in realizing the founder's aspira
tions. President Lovett was in
structed to learn all he could about
other institutions of higher learning
before beginning his own. He trav
eled all over the world in the interest
of the new enterprise, visited the lead
ing educational and scientific estab
lishments, and returned in the sum
mer of 1909 from a year's Journey of
study that extended from England to
Japan. Meanwhile the trustees had
secured 300 acres of land on the ex
tension of Houston's main thorough
fare a site for the institute, and en
gaged experts to begin upon a compre
hensive architectural plan that would
embody in succeeding years the pur-
ooses of the institute. This fall-l
buifding operations had progressed so
far that it was deemed advisable to
hold formal dedication exercises and
to opm.tha institution to students.
FACULTY AND STUDENTS'
. NAME,THEIR CHOICE.
?.Svfr-?Ti,-$Vs V, t!"-lJ";"T
I Mill's School held a 8mall-sized elec.
tlon- of its own this; morning on the '
Issues of the day. To be, more correct
there- were two- elections, . one , by the 4
by the students, c C'.TT-
The result of . the one held by the
faculty was : Taftf 1 1 Chafing 1 ; W1K
son 6; 'Roosevelt 11. y v y ' ;
I The student's election- brought out
returns las ' follows : .Taft V 23;' Roose
velt '95 Wilson' 28 fChafin-i k
t The election; was field directly, after
chapel,, and was quite exciting ,whlle
If lasted-' ' 'Jk-i:
tary ; :" r ' . '-.-,,
i "No," "said -Mr. Cumrox, "I don't in
the least disapprove ;of my daughter
marrying a title." "But you seem dls
Katisfied. ri am. What I :object to-ia
the fellow ' that goes wRh 1 1 t f
I VL4V & h 4. sr'h.
- . .
. They adjast thc-v.i Uc.... ..:
'-they are light, cool, stror.j, c! jr- . t:
avoid pressure on the c..-?TS - - ' .
cvyeat strain ctx' the garmca is. 1 1: :y
::- Su?re8'ly Com or' V?
'.ifi'J21:sc'..3ly -:ar: J
: For care' 1 d:es
Yili3 icr Li VLKYl.iii Of
... i V. - .
rPENDERS are ir.lispensabl
r I S,OOQ,GCO PzlrsSoUIn K1I
IviA on th nm 8HIRLKT PRESIDETT Umprnt en th btu-kW Had tha K'irmteo
ticket'on tb twt-k. Thcae protect jmt abaolutelj. iUle nJ fuarmntetxi by
SiiiniXY. &IAS3 U. . A.
.. ...... TOT7j)7f; ' '
... -- ...... - ...... . e
) - ) ' ' V
UHaro no diCTiri
-being fitted from onr line
of ' ; ,
; f : ' .'
Ready -to-Wear 'suits for
men. They are cut-from
models of various, forms
fat and thin, long and
short, and 1 the materials
i ? ?.& ; Ji-
from which the clothing
is made 'is wool.
s. f:; 1 -i u '-v.,.:
r :;fk. r . H
ii rum. m
STEIN- WW ;
on An 1 uLviiiLj a
1 JL.JiJi UJL JlJl V
,ii - Oi.?o . :
Fort and Merchant Sts.
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