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kVttNWQ BPLLBTOf, mttOUJUO, T. HUDAV, OCT. 0, 1009.
NEW - TO-DAY
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Wc have only 20 Pairs left of Laird, Schoeber & Co.'s
Red Kid Slippers
at $250 a pair.
French Heels, Three Straps, and Cinderella Styles. Just
the thing to wear for the GIPSY ENCAMPMENT.
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
TORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KING.
THE RIGHT REFRIGERATOR SAVES COLD CASH
FOR THE CONSUMER.
It has AIR-TIGHT doors and coven, and FAULTLESS
INSULATION. The only Right Refrigerator is the
The Eddy stands for CLEANLINESS and ECONOMY.
It's made right, and does what it was made to do.
EVERY STYLE, SIZE, AND PRICE.
Thco. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
CHAFING DISHES with patent Ivory Enameled Food Pans; CRUMB
TRAYS and SCRAPERS; CREAM and SUGAR SETS (gold lined); ICE
WATER PITCHERS; COLLAPSING DRINKING CUPS; POCKET
FLASKS; ICE-HOLDERS; COCKTAIL SHAKERS. A Complete Lirie of
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
160 ing St.
A splendid assortment ranging in price from 15 cents
a box of three calces to the highest grade at 75 cents a box.
Workman's Tar, 5c a cake; Violet Toilet, 10c a box
of 3 cakes.
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
t hereby notify nil persona nut to
ptirchnsc nor In nny wny negotiate a
note signed by mo In favor of Mrs,
May Rogers, tinted Sept., 1904, for
$150.00, as said noto Is void and of
no vnlue. '
4127-H L. H. ROOEnS.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED
Tho Stock lloolts of the Oaliu Sucnr
Co., Ltd,, will bo closed to transfers
from October 10th to.lGth. 1908.
(S.) W. PKOTENHAUEK,
Treasurer Oaliu Sugar Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-190 KINO STREET.
from us, besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
Oahu Cemetery Assn.
Notlco is hereby given that tho
adjourned annual meeting of Oahu
Cemetery Association for tho election
of trustees and ofllccrs will bo held
at the office of the Secretary of said
Association, No. 137 Merchant
Street, Honolulu, on Monday, the
12th day of October, 1008, at tho
hour of 2 o'clock In tho afternoon of
That In addition to tho election of
trustees and ofllccrs tltcro will bo
considered at said meeting proposed
amendment to tho Charter of tho As
sociation and proposed amendments
to Its Ily-I.aws.
Dated Honolulu. Oct. 9th, 190S.
OAHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION,
By DAVID DAYTON,
4125-2t Its Secretary.
HONOLULU, Oct. 9,1908
I V..B OF STOCC
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
SION TO FORECLOSE. AND
2 Brewer Co.
Rw ntntMlon Co
Hawaiian Arlc. Cn, .. .
Haw Com ft Suit Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co..
Hottomu Sugar C
Haiku Sutrnr Co
Hutchison Sugar Plant,
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kekitia Sue Co
Kfpahutc Sugar Co,,..
Koloa Sugar Co .,.
MeBryde Sugar Co ...
Qnomea Suear Co
uiaa sugar to uu
Otowalu Co. ...,.
raatiau Suftftr Pl-nl
Pala Plantation Co ....
Prtfckfo Sucar Co.,..
Waiiuku Sugar Co ....
Walmta Sugar Mm Co
IntepWlAwl Steam NCo
Hawaiian liltctlic Co..
Hot. RT& M'ol'iel
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahiku Rubber Co.,
Nahiku Rubber Co.A,
Oahu Rft ! Co. .......
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
mw ier4 I'c...
naw icr in pc,
Haw Gov't tnc,
iiaiicu MifurtoD pc
nam. LfllCIl LO,,
Uper Ditch 6a
Haw Com At Sug Co 5 c
Haw Sugar Co 6 p c...
Illlo R kCo Con 6 ne
Houakaa Sugar ro fpc.
HnnRTA L Co ftp C
Katiuku P.mit Coe pc.
M'UrvdrS Cn'iat. .
Oahu R& LCo6;jcV
Oahu Sugar Co j p c ..
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c .
Pao Sug. Mill Co. 6a
mia 1'iantatioii Co ....
Pitneer Mill Cn 6 tic ..
Walaluagrk Co ipe
Meals are essential to health and
variety is the spice of life. We serve
what is considered the best meal in
the city whether it be
(From C to 10)
(from 11 to 2)
(From C to 8),
The variety is such that com
mends it to every one who enjoys
having something different every day
nnd the Service Is GOOD,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
NOTICE IS HEItKIlY GIVEN that
In accordance with law and by vlitiio
of tho power of Bale contained 'in
that certain mortgago made by Ann.i
Kahaulcllo, wlfo of D. II. Knhaulc
Ho, of Honolulu. Oahu, to William O.
Smith, Trustco for The German Sav
ings nnd Loan Society, of San Fran
cisco, California, and tho Knplolaul
Estate, Limited, dated tho 29th ilny
of November, 1902, recorded In tho
HcgUtry Office In Honolulu, Oahu, In
Liber 239, on pages 474 to 481, tho
said William O. Smith as such Trus
tee Intends now to foreclose said
mortgago for breach of tho condi
tions therein contained, to-wlt: tho
non-payment of tho principal duo
upon tho promissory noto by said
mortgago secured and therein refer
red to, and tho Interest thereon,
when duo; tho timo of payment of
tho principal of said note having
been extended to October ICth, 190(1,
and Interest thereon being now un
paid slnco October 15th, 1906.
Notlco Is also hereby given that
the lands and premises In said mort
gago nnd hereinafter described, nnd
the Improvements thereon nnd rights,
privileges nnd appurtenances there
with, will bo sold nt public miction
by snld William O. Smith, Trustee as
aforesaid, mortgagee, nt tho miction
room of James F. Morgan, nt No. 8!i7
Kniihumanu Street, in said Honolulu,
on Saturday, tho fourteenth, day of
Noveqihcr, 1908, nt twclvo o'clock:
noon of snld duy, In foreclosure
Tho property covered by snld mort
gago and intended tn bo sold as
aforesaid, consists of tlio following:
All thobo certain lands sttuato at
Moltnuca, in snld Honolulu, being a
part of tho premises known us Apaua
1, described In Land Commission
Award C4G0 to Kuunuohuu for Moo
honua, and known as Lots soven (7),
ten (10) and cloven (11) in Illock A
In tho Kuplolant Trnct, nnd particu
larly described ns follows:
Ilcglnnlng at a point on tho North
sldo of Mokuuen Street, at tho East
corner of Lot 11, adjoining tho inn
kal lino of tho Oaliu Hallway and
Land Co., and running by truo bear
ings: 1. S. 42 deg. 20' W. 136.0 foct
ulong Mokauen Stroot;
2. N. 47 deg. 40"W. 2C0.0 feet
nlong Lots 9-G-fi and 4;
3. N. 42 deg. 20 E. 27.5 feet along
Lot 3; '
4. Thenco by tho mukal curve of
tho Oahu Hallway and Laud Co.
to tho Initial point; containing
an aroa of 20,100 square, feet,
more or less; bolng tho same
premises, convoyed to snld mort
gagor by deed of William C.
Aclil, dated November 21, 1902,
Terms: Cash In United States gold
coin; ten per cent, payablo nt tlmo
of sale, and balance on delivery of
deed. Deeds at tho oxpenso of pur
chaser. Fcr further particulars In
quire of William O. Smith, Judd
Dated this 9th duy of October,
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Trustco for Tho German Savings
& Loan Society, nnd tho Ka
plolanl Estate, Ltd., Mortga
gee. 4127 Oct. 9, 10, 23, 30; Nov, 0, 13.
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Wherever Hats are worn. We are sole agents in Hawaii.
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO STREET NEAR PORT.
Sales Iletwcen Hoards: 25 Wnln
Urn, $81; SO Wntnlua, $S0; 25 Wnlalua,
8u; 3uu naw. u. a s. (a. in) S94.23;
2000 Haiku Cs. $101; 1000 Pain fis.
$101; S Onomca. $39; 5 Walltiku. 9100;
15 Wnlliiku, $100. Fcpfi"-): m l'uaii
ban, $19.50; 0 Onomca, $39, ,
Latest sugar quotation 3.98 cents or
$79.60 per ton.
Beets, 9s 6d 3-4d
Sugar, 3.98 Cents
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. MM(er.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
NEW - TO-DAY
The War Department hns given
permission for United States troops
to participate In tho fall carnlvnl of
tho Knights of Ak-Sar-Ilen nt Omnhn,
Neb,, for tlio first time slnro tint or
der was founded, fourteen years ngo.
A meeting of Republican voters,
now Third I'rcclnct.i Fourth District,
Is hereby called for next Monday
evening, October 12th, 7:30 o'clock,
Hnpld Transit shedlcqrncr-Aloxniidor
and Young streets, 'for orgniitzlug
I'rcclnct Club and election of olllcerii.
K. J. CKAWroilD,
Secretary Republican County Com
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co.,
The Mock books of tho Honolulu
Ilrewlng & Malting Co., Ltd., will bo
closed to tiniiHforx from October 10th,
190K, to October 20th, 190S, both
WM. C. I'AKKK.
Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co.,
Tho animal meeting of tho stock
holder of tho Honolulu Ilrewlng &
Malting Co., Ltd,, will bo held nt tho
ofllco of tho Company, No. 535 Queen
Street, Honolulu, Onhu, on Tuesday,
tlio twentieth day of October, 1908,
at tlio hour of 10 o'clock a. in.
Ily order of tho President:
WM. C. PARK!-!,
Japanese Benevolent Society.
At tho general meeting held on
Sept. 30th, 1908, tho following olll
cers wcro elected for tlio ensuing
Rev. 0. Motokawa President
D. Yonekura Vice President
T. Katsunuma Secretary
0. Nakamura Treasurer
MJComeya . . . ., Auditor
Tnr TlittilloA Watr and Atmnr4A
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St. M. R. DE SA.
Registration Hours 8 to 10. 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
LOCAL AND QENEIUL
A Bulletin Want Ad. makes
old tilings fit new needs.
Tharlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Mr. Lockonby will leave soon for n
?lt to FIJI nnd New Zealand.
A one-ton nuto truck attracted ti
good deal of attention about town jes
terdny. , .. ,
V. O. Aiken writes that tlio Hale
tknln rest house will bo completed by
Honolulu Lodge Cic n. v. u. i;.. win
meet In tta hall. King sliect near Fort,
this ecnliiK nt 7:30.
Tho Cnstlo Mcmoilal Kindergarten,
Klim street, will open on Monday, Oct
ober 12, at 9 o'cluck.
All kinds of beor, wines ana mixen
drinks aro served In the best manner
nt t.o Fashion. Juot bUo us a try.
It Is expected that tho new light
lioiifo nt Knlnupapa, Molokal, will bo
completed by tho end of next month.
Tlio llnwnllan band, under tho direc
tion of Captain llergcr, pulycd at Fort
Sliafter yesterday duilng battalion
cli lit. '
Thero will bo u special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. F. and A. M.,
In Masonic Templo ut 7:30 Ibis even
ing. Work in tho flri-t degiee.
On Installments of S3 pur month you
can mirchnso n Whlto Family Rotary
Bowing machine. Uenny & Co.. Ltd.
agents, 126S Fort 8t. Phone 4S3.
Coat your Iron roots witn "Aramr."
Voj will bo surprised at Us coollne
and presorvstlva properties. Callfurnln
Feed Co., agents.
Thoro will be n meeting of tho
Teachers' Association nt 3 o'clock tills
afternoon nt tho now High School
building. The meeting will bo largely
A large new shipment of the rele
braled Helms dill plrkJeH has Just ar
iled, They come In glass Jars, and
there aio nono like them. Ask jour
grocer for them.
Tlio J. M. Ivy & Co. make n spec
ialty of family trade. Scnlcu Is
piompt anil roiirleouti. mid you get Just
what jou order. Store on King slieet,
near Ilcthel. I'lionu 70.
Tlio Knnx bat Iiiim long been I ho
ptnndnrd muoiig correct dressers. Wo
aro tho solo agents In tlio Territory fur
IliU hat, and wo tdrill bo glad to show
It to you. HIIvu'h Toggery.
Chester Doylo Is booked to hall for
Yokohaura on the Koiea, Hailing on
Mi.'iulay. Ho leaes to bring hack n
Japaneae absconder ns u prlsonti, ex
tradition having lieeu olitstlneil.
The Kddy Refrigerator Ht.iliilH for
cleaullnebs and economy. It saves
cold cash for thu coiiuiiiner In Iru mid
food bills. Wo Inno them In every
sli") and style. Thco. II. D.ivles & Co.,
A Illoni is closing out Ills cut-pilco
sale with miiihi of tlio most Martllug
Imi gains of the week. Prices are
slashed In nil directions. Call and
seo them. Fort street, opposite Cath
olic Cathedral, ,
II. It, (Iraiit, nssinlnnf manager of
tho Wnhlawa Pineapple Couipinj', sallH
for tlio mainland on Sunday as a piu
heiigcr on the Siberia. Ho will spend
a tlireo mouths' vacation In Chicago
und Now York.
Kino now houru In Knllhl for $2,000.
Three bedrooms, Lot 7fi10U, Ciood
piopertles Ii) Puiiiihou Dlstilct; choko
building lot on Kiisl Miiuoa road,
11,000, Houso lented. Wateihouso
Tiust Co., Ltd.
Tho lecoptlon which .Indgo nnd Mrs,
Ballon had planned for Lieutenant
Commander and Mrs. Robertson this
evening has been postponed until tho
arrival nnd plans of thu Pnclllc Fleet
aro moru definitely known,
Owing lo tho continued Ill-health of
Mrs. Crnno, tho Rev. David V. Crano
has resigned thu pastornto of the Flist
Methodist church and, together with
Mrs. Crnne, will loavo for tho Coast on
tho I.urllue, Saturday morning,
Jiidgo Dolo yesterday sentenced Ku
polo, tho defaulting witness, to sneml
one day In Jail, mid pay thu costs of
thu court amounting to about ?12. C.
II. Mcllrldo put up a hard light for his
client, mid saved hlin several hundred
dollars In costs.
The Mntsou Navigation Company
has secured n lenso on uboiit thirty
two feet or wider frontage abutting on
the Wallo.i ilver In Hllo, which will
glvo It excellent lighterage facilities,
and may later piovldo room for a
vvhaif. Tho land extends back from
(ho water about 800 feel. The land
Is feruled bj two leases, each for $12!i
per sear, riom p.utleii In lilio to Cap
lulu William Mutbon.
THE TUNGSTEN LAMP
is the latest development of science in lamp production
and the more criticallly you regard lamps the more favor
ably you will le impressed with the
It multiplies the light three-fold without consumiiit;
any more current than an ordinary lamp and gives a bril
liant daylight illumination.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING STREET near ALAKEA.
'11 . ' 9
O a dozen
FOR THE BEST SODA WATER IN THE CITY. Mada of
pure juice syrups nnd extracts r.nd prepared by men who
know their business.
j Distilled water to office or house. '
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
iinufii n m f ij lUJIf1'WWlilllJiWUl.lllJ'JT t'N1 J i Ii i tm
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEVYALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
P. M. Pond, Contractor '
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at Manoa Girls' School.
WE WANT the opportunity of submitting figures on excavating,
grading, rock, or concrete jobs.
P. M. POND. TEL. 800.
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No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD
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