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EVENING D'JLI WIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THOnSDAV, MAR. 19, 1908.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
THERE is no bulging
akthe sides or slip
ping in the leel of a
MHWECBQ3 i mum i .t
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that- are
Mclnerny Shoe Store
. IIS 0WN.SEGUR1TIES
"I don't Join In tlie enthusiasm or
cf that would-bo newspaper finan
cier about the plethora of money
In Honolulu next summer," said u
man who ought to know, this niornjug.
"Wo are going to have n good year,
There Is ,no doubt of that, but you
must remember that we will havo
more of the name thing that has been
tying its up for the past year. Ha
waiian securities on yio Const arc be
ing bought by the people of Hawaii.
That moans money Is going to the
Const Hard times prevail on the
mainland and the man on the Coast
heeds thu money. He. will sell and
tho Honolulu man will buy, and tho
coin will uo out of tho city. It will
not be on (leioslt here in our banks,
"Thereforo tho banks will not havo
such n great surplus to lend nnd
money will not bo so wonderfully easy
as might be expected.
"That's about tho fact. And that lb
what will operate to provent a Htock
boom, which otherwise would bu n
"(AMF OF STOCr
Z Brewer fc CeC..
Kw rianiailon Co .
Hawaiian Agile. Cn..
Haw Com ft 5 Co
Hawaiian Su tar Co,.
Iloiiotnu Sugar Co ,.
Hnnotcaa 5ug:ar Co,
llailru Sniir Co ....
LTtthultii Piantatlnn Cc
Kipaliulc Sujar to
Koloa Sagar Co ,
Oatia Surar Co....
Onomea fcugar Co
I I .lU
The Man who Works
whether it be with muscle, or brain,
cr both, finds that nothing will
bring back his flagging energy at
noon or night so well as his glass of
Positively Last Week
Ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
75, cut to $1.10
ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
50, cut to $1.00
ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
25, cut to . 75c
ladies' Shirt Waist, 80c,
cut to 45o
Ladies'' Shirt Waist, 75c,
cut to "40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1.
25, cut to 75c
Ladies Corset Sover, $1,
Ladies' Corset Cover, 75o
Ladies' Corset Cover, 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 25o
cut to 15c
Men's Umbrellas, 75c cut to 50c; Ladies', $1.25 cut to 60c.
Ladies' Dress Robes, $5 cut to $3.25 a suit. Qingham, 12'2c a yd.
now 10c yard. Brown Cotton ,10c yard, now 13 yds. for $1.00.
L. AHOY Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
In the matter of tho foreclosure pro
cecdlngs of .1. M. Dowsott, trustee, vs.
Abraham I'ernandez et al, Judge Lind
say this morning ordered the property
sold In accordance with tho decree of
foreclosure made February 5, l07.
The nmount of the mortgage ctlll un
paid Is about' 8000.
fggf "FOR RENT" cards on isli
at ma Bullttln oftie.
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE KOTICE.
SPECIAL SALE-THIN GLASS TUMBLERS
50c per doz.
(Price heretofore 7 5c. per dozen.)
A superior blown tumbler; just what you need on the family table.
Also BIO REDUCTION in all lines of GLASSWARE and CROCKERY.
Come in and see our fine line.
GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY
109 KING ST." TELEPHONE 240,
Lewis & Co.,ud
Did you ever try them? The most
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after 4 with every drink.
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE TOR ' '
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 oi the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN. i
I IH I I II I I I I
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y.B., A. J. 0. C.No. G0247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. 02304, atkseryice at $10.
Tel. 890 . j The Pond Dairy
Under nnd by virtue of n certain
Writ of Execution Issued out of the
District Court of Honolulu, Island
end County of Ouhti, Territory of
Hawaii, in the matter of George 11.
Holt, I'lnlntlrr, vs. John U. Holt, Jr.,
Defendant, on March lGth, 1908, und
numbered 2,4B7, for the sum of
Under nnd by virtue of nn Execu
tion Issued out or said District Court,
on March ICtli, 1908, In the matter
of George If. Holt, 1'lalntlff. vs. John
D. Holt, Jr., Defendant, und num
bered 2,468, for the sum o't SUIS.-
I have heretofore mnda demand
upon said John D. Holt, Jr., Defend
ant, for satisfaction of said respect
Ive executions, nnd said John I).
Holt, Jr.,, having fulled to comply
with such demand either In whole
or In part, I did, on the 17th dny or
March, A. D. 1908, levy upon, nnd
rhnll offer for sale nnd soil ut public
miction, to the highest bidder, so
much of the property hereinafter
described us may be necessary to sat
isfy the snld writs of executions In
due nnd regular order of .their linn
nnd priority, nt tho front entrance
(if tho Capitol Uulldlng, In Honolulu,
Island nnd County of O.ihu, Terri
tory aforesaid, nt 12 o'clock noon pi
Saturday, the 18th day of April, A.
D. 1908, nil of the following de
scribed property, unless tho sums
due under Bald rcspectlvo writs of
executions, amounting in the nggre
gate to, tu wit: Six Hundred Seventy
six and 40-100 (I67G.40) Dollars,
together with Interest, costs and my
fees and expenses aro previously
PUOl'KRTY TO IlE SOLD.
1. All of the one-ninth (1-9) un
divided interest of tho said John D.
Holt, Jr In nnd to that certain plcco
or parcel of land situate on Queen
Street nt Honunkaha, Honolulu, Oa-
liu, being n portion of V. C. A. 729,
H. I", 1730 to Kelfuhuuplo. and be
ing the same premises mentioned In
deed, dated August 5, 189C, from
hnwal K. George to Hunuknulanl
Holt, mother of the said John)D. Holt
Jr., and recorded in tho office of the
itcglstrar of Conveyances In Hono
lulu, In Liber 1C5, page G2.
2. All of tho right, title and In
terest of the said John D. Holt, Jr.,
in 'and to nil and any property, real
or personal, whereof tho said Hann
kaulanl Holt died seized, nnd In and
to nil Income or dividends there
3. Apann 2 of Royal Patent 2412,
1.. C. A. SE37, to Kelllwahnnul, slt
uate at Heola, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
containing 25-100 of an acre, and
bolng the same premises conveyed to
John D. Holt, Jr., by deed pf D, Ka
lahul, dated February 14, 1903, and
recorded In Liber 242, Pago ,427.
4. All that certain houso lot sit
uate In Pearl City, Mannnn, Oahu,
designated as Lot No. 24 In bloott
No. 29, upon n map or diagram of
raid Pearl City recorded In Liber
120, Page 418, and being the same
premises convoyed to John D. Holt,
Jr., by deed of Oahu Railway and
Land Company, dated December 1,
1903, and recorded in Liber 2G4,
, Parcels 3 and 4,. above mentioned
aro subject to a mortgage to Grace
1). Merrill for J2G0.O0 datodfKeb. 9,
1905, and recorded In Liber 2G2,
A cash payment of Twenty-live
(2G) per centum of the amount of
tho successful bid to bo made at the
time of sale In U. S. Gold Coin, and
the balance tu be paid In U. S, Gold
Coin Immcdlntely upon delivery of
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
Dated March 19, 1908, at Hono
lulu, Oahu. i
Iigi Sheriff, Teirltory nt Hawaii.
' ' ' ' 39r.4-3t
unomea hug ar .a ....
Ookota Sugar Plant Co
ulMM,rtoua . . . .
Olowalu Oi hi
Paabau Sugar Plant Cc
Pacific SugarMIII... ..
Pala rlaatallonCo ....
Pepaekeo Sugar Co..,.
Waialai Agrlcco ,
Walrota Sugar Mill Co
luur.laland Sttam N Co
Hon K T ft I. Cn Tral.
Mutual Telephone Co
Nablkl HiMttr Cn
Oaha Kft I. Co
IliloR H Co.....,..,.
uaw Iff 4 pt. ..
lUw Gov't i ic...
Ct HmI Snt Rel Co
Hlku Suif Co6 jC
1 1 Bin DUch Co,
Hi l.i R K Co Con b pc
llln K J K L. U i c
kanuku I'.atu lo nc
Oihu Rlk LCo6tc.,
fjtiiu sgir Lo p c ii
l-jc- Sdff. Mill Co, fit
ria r iiitiuoii lo .
Piotitr Mill Co Adc.,
Waialua AgrkCo ipc
f J I.000
l,f JO, J
BU I All, J
w 11 I'l
Sales Uetween Hoards: fSOO Waia
lua 5s. $93.50. Session. 5 1 law. o...
Co .: 5 Ewa. 2G.
Notice Tho directors of Onomeu
havo declared a dividend of 1 per cent
per month, beginning April 5, 1908.
New Stock of
You get real worth for your inoney at
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
SAN FRANCISCO, March 18.
Sugar Qeett: 10s 10Vd. Parity 4.29
cents. Prevloui quotation 10t 8','d.
London Beets, I Os 1 01 -2d
1 "II I ' . r ' t
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Depattmenl
Member Honolulu stoelc, and Bond
WILLIAM WILllAMiON, Manar.tr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. 'PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
10CAL AND mm,l 09Q0SSSSSSdS
HUNT for work if you want work
but do not imagine that you are
teaiiy Hunting unless you are adver
tising, as well as reading and an
swering bulletin Want Ads.
Hunt Franklin cars. Stkyd. StbK' , X
" I aft,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto at hack far. Tel. 361.
John Noble returned Irom Kntini
yesterday on the Mlknhala.
Honk! Honk! Call 244. J. A. Mr
I.eod, for the plcusahteat auto ride.
Paradla of thi Pacific Bourtnlr
number', ready for matllnc. 15 cents.
For lnle at all uendealcrs.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. for
Charles Blmson of thu Hllo post of.
(lco camo down on tho steamer Claud
Ino today to be u witness before the
U. 8. DUtrlct Court.
ry u box of Ilium's assorted choc
olates or marshmnllows. BomethlnR
now, at J. M. Levy & Co.'s. Phone 7G.
Just arrived In llllonlun.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Vo.i vlll bo surprUod nt Hit co-illnR
und proservutlTo properties. Callfornln
Feed Co., agents.
Tho Automatic poncll sharpenor is
Bold only by tho Hawaii Specialty Co.
Don't bo deceived Into buying any oth
er make by the saying. "It la Just as
good," or you will hao n good large
No huo and cry would bo raised for
Prohibition If every saloon In Hono
lulu were conducted as decently as
tho Hoffman, and if nil tho liquor sold
In town was as pure ns that vended
at the resort named.
Among the arrivals from Hllo In tho
Claudlne this morning nas U C. Ly
man, principal of the Hllo Hoarding
School. Ho expects to return to Hllo
tomorrow, prolded his prcscmcu In
tho U.S. District Court is not needed
Tho Theatro magazlno for March
har.n tlno plcturo of William Lowers,
leading man with Maude plains in
"The Jesters" this season In New
York. Mr. Lowers Is tho son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Robert Lowers of Honolulu.
Aho began his stago career In amateur
IKirforiiiaiiccB hero somo years ngo.
NEW - TO-DAY
A meeting of the IlepUbllcan Pre
cinct Club of tho Third Precinct of
the Fourth District will be hold on
FltlDAY evening, March-20, at 7:3iM
c ciock on lue premise, vi -j, ri. on
per, corner of Liinalllo nnd Kceau
moku Streets, for tho purpose of
nominating delegates to tho Terri
torial Convention, to be voted for nt
the prlipnry election to be held on
Saturday, Maich 28, 1908..
I1Y OUDKIt OF TIIK PUKSIDKNT,
J. A, THOMPSON, .
Secretary '3rd Precinct, 4th
District, Republican Club.
fjgr" Flnr Job Prlntlnj at th Bu
eiir, om. , ,
New spring hosiery nt Whitney
Those who Ilk cuod chewing sum,
To eiijoy the best ride In an auto In
Honolulu ring up 29u for Jim Qulnn's
now naven-seated t cerless.
The keys of a typewriter should be
kept in excellent order. The eznert
at the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd., can attend to them. Phone 143.
There will be a meeting or the Ha
waii Chapter No. 1, Order of Kunieha-
menu, tliU Thursday evonlug In I'm.
tornlty hall, Odd Fellows' building, at
7 30 o'clock,
Havo you tried Tnnsan water with
your Scotch whiskey? if not do so
nt once. A Tunsan-Scotch highball is
Inr ahead (if any other combination i
of whiskey nnd soda.
Jim Qiilnn Is getting n great deal
of satisfaction out of his flnu new
Peerless Car, purchased fioui tho W'n
Hnniiii-Youug Co. They hnvu xeveral
other models on display.
Thu Kustmnn Kodak Is tho standard
of kodak uxcellcnce, and their films
are the best. We have them. Hono
lulu Photo-Supply Co., Fort street '
Hit3h orders for printing und ilovclnit
ing. In tho matter of Sainuol Noar, ad-'
mlnlstrator of thu estato of Isaac
Noar, vs. C. Uosso, the defendant filed
a motion to nmend tho Judgment by
l educing the nmount awarded thu
Thu Wachucett Shirt Company haj
filed suit ngalnst S. Klmura for
(118.50, claimed to bu dun on goods
bought by tho defendant from tho
plaintiff. Interest, costs nnd attor
ney's fees nro also asked for.
Henry Ma)' & Co. received tlie fol
lowing scnsonnblo fruits nnd vege
tables on tho Hltonlan: celery, caull
Lower, llrusscls Bpruuts, artichokes,
ihubarb, Hubbard sqtianh, grape-fruit,
oranges and choice apples. Phono 22,
(leorgc Davis today filed suit for
lilvorco from Ills wlfo Dora, nlleglng
(hat sho Is unfaithful to him. John
Doo Is nnmed as co-respondent, lt be
ing alleged that Mre. D.ivls tins slnco
last May, lled wth him In open udult
ory. ("rank Ltllls begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that he Is no long,
er connected with the Union Hack
Stand. Leave orders for any ono of
his two machines with the Territorial
Messenger Service, phone 3S1. any
hour, day or night,
A competitor told Manager Church
of the Tnnsan agency this morning
that tho reason that tho warships an.I
Transpacific liners used Tausnn ex.
cluslvcly was because Tansnn U
cheapor than nny other mineral water
of similar quality. Is that not an ex
cellent argument for using Tansnn?
Kim Hey Wan, a Korean arrested on
Kauai, was acquitted on onb count anil
convicted on another beforo U. ' S.
Judge Dole yesterday. 'Tho Jury-was
out three-quarters of un hour. Ho wan
found not guilty of having in poises.
hlon counterfeit coin with Intent It.
defraud, as charged in u genera)
count, but was found guilty under tho
bpeclflQ count of possession with, ljt'1
tempi in iicirauu u. n. iiuiKuuru
Co, Sentence will bo delivered todav.
J. II. Flshor. Auditor olf-, tho Terri
tory, answering tho complaint In cqiir-J
ty of T. M. Harrison, who eiatins u
lien for attorney's services and money
udvnnced uiion tho S1500 duo by Iho
Territory to tho estato of Frank Luc-'
welko, deceased, leaves complainant ,
to his proof of tho allegation that
James W. Pratt, Commissioner of Pub-1
lie Lands, "will now nppiovo a receipt
In full for Bald sum of 1S00," but
bhowB that he, upon presentation to1
him ut a receipt In full for that sum I
approved by Pratt, "will issue to tho
person lu whoso favor such upproyix)
receipt is mndu out a warrant uivui ttiu
Tlie strength of this fatuous brew
is in its purity, That's why
BEER IS THE BEST
Rainier Bottling Wks
' Grows Old Gracefully"
That's the secret of beauty and usefulness. That's why
PURE PREPARED PAINT
is the best you can get. It clings to its gloss and attract
ive .finish .as -stubbornly as d spinster clings to Hope, des
pite dust and rain ana shower.
Host paints are jadly and badly adulterated. They
fade, crumble, and wear off, when Pure Prepared Paint is
just entering the prim: of life. Dor't be satisfied with
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING ST.
PHONE EXCHANQE 20.
VETEMNARY INFIRMARY AND
HOSPITAL FOR D0QS.
777 KINO ST.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
u'.JTreasury of Hhv Tcrrltooof Hawaii!
.i-'llbrru) nayiiicntWtaalil rtim'jif JIBOiVU
Center Rugs ,,s
Stair anil Hall Carpets .
Fiber Matiing in various
LW Jocdjan & Co., Ltd.
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