Newspaper Page Text
patnino nui.!.r.TiN, Honolulu, t. it. rniiiAV. maiicii is, tno.
O ss saMv
$ Lamb, Mutton, Rabbits
IN FINE CONDITION, ON
MUCH NOR TOO MANY.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
MFXT TO VJUNO WLDO,. 1Tfl.mil
EHlPriNQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE,
Agent for ARTHUR SEWAIL & CO.. Bsth. Maine:
PARROrr & R0 Sari Francisco.
Honolulu Construction and Diaying Co.,
GENERAL 0OW TRACTORS
PHONE, OFFICE 281. ' P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & f ltd.
We do all kinds of Teammg; also deal in Crushed Rock, White ani
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil. Eto SAFE MOVING A SP7
l.-.,-1. ' )t-.au a it- auj-ii. x-mt eiv' , i.--?aa gaBBawaaa-u ija.a
W. L EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin ; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Offlco Hours: From
12 to 1 at Eulletin office.
1911 SO. KING STH0N0LULU, T.II.
At All Watcbdealers.
Accut for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. TORT and KING Sts Honolulu.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
TO CLEAR OUT STOCK
Tor two weeks only, we will sell
this $9 boot for $0. Two fine lines
in Tan and one in Black.
i This is the boot for hard wear;
and it's a comfort to those whose da
tics are in the open.
ICE, EX MAKURA. NOT TOO
BETTER ORDER TODAY.
Meat Co., Ltd.
and Monument Works
KINO n-REfT PHONE M7.
Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
It it's painted by
The Paint Shon.
154 King St
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
znent of Latest Styles in
' 102S'NUUANU SX
I 'Wm. Williamson,
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
F. 0. BOX 528.
: . l: i
HONOLULU STOCK FJCHANltt
HONOLULU. March 12. 1919
r f TOt
KM PiUlUtloM fn .
llAWiit'in Artie, G, .
Mrw (imi HuKCn .
Haw Milan iiKtr n. .
tlmxrnitt $iiici C .
Ilnrmkai affitr !n
IfaHu iiftr (
HutclilvHt Dj(jr tit it
kt mVu !..' hi .
KfUl.n Sit ' o
kthiilu "uit .
KnliM SutfNr Co ... .
VrMnrH" Huvat Cn . . .
IOths r r O
lftBlS t CO ...
Oo ftltiM r llirt Co
. SuRnr Cn U ....
P'uwatuVn..... .. ,,
rmtliau URtir I'Um Cn
fBln r!arrtRt(nnr ,.
PertVm iuifirr Co...
po -f Mill Co
W Utna Aftl'di. .
Wrimka Snrm o , ,.
W mttaoSif tr C
WHmM Siim' WU Co
Iitrfti1an4 Si Mm NCo
Hem K T & I. Co Prri
H(ttt R T ft L Co Corn
Mutual Tlni!io'it Co
Natuku Rubber Cn.Aia,
Hon B MCn-
Hawaiian PI ttappl Co.
ll T,v tKli,CI
llav, Tera PC
Haw' Tar aU pc
HiwTr t pc
Haw Got I mc
Him. Otlch Co ,
Udixt Hitch ta
n.w nugr .a nut,,,,
IllloP KCn Con
loiiaki. Sucii co Cpc
HoutTt LCotp c
Klhuiu P.mt Cot pc.
Oahu R ft I. Co 6 c .
Calm Sugar Co t pc .
Olaa Sucar Coouc
Pj(. Su(. Mill Co, t
rata viantMoii (.o ...
Ponrcr Mill Co ape ..
Waiatua ,rl Co fpc
Sales Itatwcen Hoards: 5 Wnla
liia, SS8.G0; 200 llonokua, 117.20s, 100
Honokau. S17.2S; 100 Kwa. 28; CO
Haw. C. & S. Co, $107; 45 Haw. C. ft
S. Co., $107; 30 Walltiku. $200. Sea
Blon: 10 Oalm Suk. Co, $30.7S; 10
Oaliu Sub. Co., $30.7li; 10 Plonwr.
$138; 10 Pioneer, $138; C Pioneer, $168.
Latest sugar quotation 3.E0 eenti or
$70 per ton.
Sugar, 3,80 els
Beets, 10s. 3 3-4(1
Henry Watcmousi Trust Co,,
Membcra Honolulu BtocK and Bond
FORT AND MEHCHANT ST8,
(Continued from Paas
ways called out to intrude on such
The vote showed so ninny hands
HoiipliiK up and down that the Presi
dent called (or a rising expression
of opinion. The Senate looked Ilka a
collection of automatons, and the
presiding officer was forced to do
tome lively calculating to eaten
enough members on their feet at any
one tlmo to reach n decision,
Finally he announced Unit the mo
tion to refer to the Jmllclury Com
mittee had passed.
Coclho Introduced n measure, evi
dently drnwn under tliestipurvlslon of
tho Adjutant General, placing tho
National Guard on something Ilka a
military footing. It required reams
of paper to cover all of the provisions
and practically every section of tho
present law Is cither repealed or
amended. The hill went to the Print
House lllll No. 48, repealing the
law icgulatlng tho manufacture of
pol, passed Its third rending without
, The President nnnounced that Sen
ator Drown had been given leave of
absence until Tuesdny morning next.
Senator ChJIIIngworth announced
that the Dam Committee would make
a tour of inspection to Nuunnu imme
diately ntter the close of the session.
At 10;30 o'clock tho Senate took
a recess until 2 o'clock this after
noon. If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and' the cost will be little or noth
ing." Let s try it.
The unnies of James It. Garfield,
"former Secretary of the Interior, and
Klmer K. Drown, United States Com
missioner of Education, were added
to the list of possible successors of
Dr. .lames It, Angcll, who reslMned
the presidency of the University oR
T'S all ready for you a new, hand
. some suit; and a smart stylish
overcoat; made for us, to sell to
Hart Schaffner & Marx
who make the best clothes in the
world. We've provided for all sorts of
appetites in clothes; we know we've
got what you'll like.
Single and double breasttd suits; with patch, and plain
and plaited, and buttoned pockets; overcoats in all styles
long, medium, box and form-fitting; all sorts of good
things. Ready for you. BIuj and black suits a specialty;
Prince Albert, full dresi, Tuxedo.
T li 1 a stove I s tlic linme of
Unit Sclinffncr A Murx clothes
KING: STREET near FORT.
NEW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE AND
NOTICB Is he.rcby ulvcn that by
virtue of a power of sale coiitnln-d
In that certain mortgage made by
Joseph II, Spencer and wife to Cecil
Drown, Uuurdlan of Mary Alice Por
ter, n minor, dated, August 10, A, U.
1901, and recorded In the Registry
of Conveyances tit Honolulu, O.ihu,
Territory of Hawaii, In I.IImt 22C, on
pages 231 ,232, and 233, the Htild
Cecil Drown, Guardian of Mary Alk-o
Porter, a minor, mortgagee. Intends
to forecloso said mortgage for breach
of the conditions In Bald mortgage
contained, to wit, tho non-pninent
of the principal and Interest when
Votlcc Is also hereby given that nil
and singular the lauds, tenements
and hereditaments in said mortgage
described, will bo sold at public auc
tion ut tho Auction Doom of Jnmes
F. Morgan, on Kniihutuunu Street,
in Honolulu,, City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Sat
urday, the 10th duy of April, l'JOU,
at 12 o'clock noon of that day.
The property coered by said mort
gage are lots 33 and 37 In lllock 3
In Puunul Tract, Honolulu n fore
said, and more particularly described
as follows: Ik-glnnlng at the West
corner of Lot 33 being tho North
corner of l-ot 33, and running us fol
1 N. G2 K. 100 feet along Puu
2 S. 38"E. 100 feet along Lot 39;
3 S. 52 100 feet along Lots
38 and 30;
N. 38" V. 100 feet along Lot
33, to tho inttlul point und
containing an area of 10,000 square
feet; und being a part of the prem
ises described In Grnnt 3030 to II. A.
Widemann, and conveyed to Wong
Wn Fay, Trustee, by deed of K. 11.
Waterhouse und others dated July 11,
189G, and recorded In I.lbcr 1C9, page
497, and being the same premises
convoyed to the said Joseph It. Spen
cer by deed of M, (1. Sllva and wife
dated November 10, 1800, nnd known
as Lots 35 und 37, lllock 3, In Puu
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
Dated, Honolulu, March 9th, 1909.
Guardian of Mary Allco Porter, a
For further particulars apply to
Cecil Drown, Guardian as aforesaid,
mortgagee, at his office, 97 Merchant
Street, Honolulu. T. II.
42G7 Mar. 12, 19, 20; Apr. 2, 9.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Kohala Ditch Company, Limited
At tho adjourned Annual Meeting
of tho shareholders of the Kohulu
Ditch Company, Limited, held In Ho
nolulu on Monday, February 13,
1909, at 9:00 a. m., the following
Officers and Directors wero olected
to servo for the ensuing year:
Samuel Parker President
John Hind 1st Vice President
A. N. Campbell
Secretary and Treasurer
F. C. Paetow Auditor
J. M. Dowsett Director
Robert W. Shingle Director
A. Lewis, Jr. Director
A, N. CAMPDKLL,
4257 Mar. 12. 19, 20. i.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Fha Kind You Have Always BougH
LOCAL AND IENERAL .
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that publicity can do toward- finding
work for workers.
Hello Get Sullivan's hack. 200.
'leu giHHl Hum huuks. l'liunu o.
Have lunch at the RotbI Annex.
A social was given at Central Union
churc'i last night by tho Ladles' So
Mm. Kenrns makes and packs Ha
waiian pifterves; they aro flue. Take
Inter-Inland and O. It. &. L. Bhlpplug
looks for sale ut thu Dullotlu
odlce, 30 each.
A. Hartley and wlfo will leave for
Hawaii on tho Clnudlno nailing thU
telling nt 3 o'clock.
V. M. Muhukn nnd wife wero de
parting pnssengi-rx per the V. (1. Hall
tor Knii.il last night
W. W. Qondnlu of Walalua Is booked
tn leave for tho other Isl'inds on tlic
Clnudlno this evening.
The report of Mm Commissioners of
Forestry and Agr'rulturi' on work done
during thu eur l'jns. Is out.
Coat your Iron roofs wllb, "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
Noah Alull, formei ly connected with
tho County Attorney's odico mi Ha
waii, leaves for Mllo on tho Cluudlno
Thu American-Hawaiian Moamer
Pleiades arrived at San Frrnclsco yes
terday. Sho will sail for Honolulu
J. P. Cooke la looked on tho passen
ger list of thu Interlslnnd steamer
Claiidlne, which sills tonUht for Maul
ports nnd llllo.
Oysters as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
What about your hat? It's tlmo ll
was seen to. Call on the Expert Hat
Clenneis. Work guaranteed. Fort
St. opp. Club Stables.
Tho demonstration by the Itcil Cross
Society, of first aid to tho Injured, that
was to bo held at Fort Shafter today,
tins been postponed on account of tho
Government reservoir No. 4 In Nuu
nun Valley Is filled to Itu capacity
Superintendent of Public Works Mara-
ton Campbell states that lucre aro
ubout 40,000,000 gallons of wuler In
tho resort olr now.
A, F. Kntidscn. chairman of thu
Alaska-Yukiin-l'aclllc Exposition com
missioners of Hawaii, will bo In tho
Northwest tho greater part of tho com
Ing summer looking after tho Interests
of this place nt tho big fair. Ho will
leavo heio about April 17
A special meeting of the members of
the Merchants' Association will bo
held today, at 3 it. in., lo consider the
lopurt nnd dratt if bill by (ho leglnla
tlve committee on thu uinttcr of mer
chnndlso license .nnd such other mut
ters as may come properly before tho
mmiv T-vrwtwn mid io mnn
. aT cruijw'nwnW ' '
Half Hour for Mutual Acquaintance
. . ,,,..,
rraise service. . ,i.ea oy juiss .moyer
-K". A. A. iDcnOxe
Prayer Mr. Rider
Address, "The Victory of Faith". .
i Dr. J. T. Jones
Presentation of Banner
S tOiiTa'iaa'ii k Matt iLVJf.jta'
ii.mm aiaiwwi.iB illiwaa, 1
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no. one onu
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAEEA.
the place where the be it soda vntcr is made. We ltavc the
place and Utc best aerated wntcrs on earth. There is no
greater variety or better flavor and wc deliver to residences
promptly upon receipt of an order.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. PHONE 71.
Thy Lenten Repast!
Burn ham's Clam Bouillon, Eastern Oysters, Mackerel in Tomato, Ba
rataria Shrimps, French and Holland Cheese, Lobsters, Olives, Imported
Dill Pickles, Little Neck Clams, Caviar, Deep Sea Crab Meat, Sardines,
Smoked Herring, Smoked Salmon,
. LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
1G9 King St. FOOD CATERERS. , Telephone 240.
Tl, 4 45 -, 4S S 4S 4 , 4S 4 L4X
19 w w a Va W
PLAIN AND FIGURED BURLAPS A splendid new
assortment just arrivel and opened up.
FLOSS PILLOWS, all sizes. NEW BATH MATS
RUNNERS, CENTERPIECES, and TABLE COVERS.
DRAWN - WORK-Plain, Hemstitched, and Lace
trimmed, reflecting all the very newest ideas.
skirt, for $5.00.
BLACK HEATHESBL00M SKIRTS At
NEW HEADWEAIt FOR CHILDREN.
MUSLIN AND FI7UE HATS MUSLIN AND SILK
BONNETS, SUN BONNETS, plain and trimmed.
We are careful to deliver none but
the very purest and freshest milk. Our
customers are all satisfied customers.
Milk for Babies a Specialty.
Pond's Dairy. M890
4v 4N 0 , S , 4V 4k. Vv s ffc
Na a Saf Sa Sa Sa V J
Black, Taffeta, a beautiful