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EVENING .ITUIAETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, MA It. 17, 1309
- Itfew Zealand I
Lamb, Mutton, Rabbits J
III FINE CONDITION, ON
fl MUCH NOR TOO MANY.
p Flume 45 1
Hawaiian Iron Peace
.""T TO VlliNQ HI. 00, 17R.1Q,)
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. .
IHSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. linn. Maine;
PARROT! & CO., Sin Francbco.
pti .llJtT'. ! VLi'lfT
Honofulu Construcfian and Graying Co.,
GENERAL UON TRACTORS.
MOKE, OFFICE 281. r. 0. BOX 184.
Fort St., Opn. W. 3 Irwin & r Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White ni
Black Sand, Brokea Coral, Garden Soil. Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPF
W. L EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours; From
18 to 1 at Eulletin office.
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.II.
At All Watchdealcts.
Agent for -Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. TORT and ICING fits.. Honolulu.
$9 Boois For 6
TO CLEAR OUT STOCK
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY vc will
sell this $9 boot for $0. Two line
lines in Tan and one in Black.
This is the loot for hard wear;
and it's a comfort to these whose du
ties arc in the open.
Shoe Store !
ICE, EX MAKURA. NOT TOO
BETTER ORDER TODAY.
Meat Cn I tH
t.Bui. .vr L.IU. v
and Monument Work
11 ' 11- 1 J l.i m
Good Folks TaRe
it's a Good Sign
f it', painted by
The faint Shon
154 King St
'nmi -rw i.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nstnt of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
75c. Pep Month
i LEVTTS I
I Groceries B
Kauai Plantation Begins
To Gain On Its
Stockhuldors or Mcitryilo Sugar
Coiiiiii'.ny thli morning llslcned to lu
inorl favci'iiblo report of (ho plant a-
tlon thai tlic) have ever Inil submitted
to llii'in. This piupcrty which liati
boon hold hack for years (in account
nf ItK Inadequate water supply, m-i-iih
Anally In condition In moot nil
drouths, 'Mill ninplc electric pumping
rapacity and reservoirs fur stoiiu
rtorm watt-is. Thn Indebtedness with
the agents has been reduced by n hup
puis in income over oporitung ex
Extracts from Manager Slodarfs re
The crop nf 1008, which experienced
ilry weather In sl-irllng renllzcil 11,337
tons 1875 pounds.
The crop oT 1909, now being harvest-
oil, la unlimited to yield 13 500 tuni, of
which over 0000 tons nt this date have
been hartefnted. It should glvo u i
coiiHldnnbly moie, Jiut as It In, tin
crop will bo the lament yet taken off.
due. to thu fact that our water supply
lias been mntet tally Increased, so that
In splto of dry weather thin crop Ih
fnl lug off less than others linvo done
wl i it exposed to such unfavorable run
dP'-jna. In fact thn dlrrerenco In the
Jielil of (he crop of 190S and the lcM
of the crop of 1909. now being liar
dented ami which can harliy help ex
ceeding the 1908 crop by at least 2000
tons, In due substantially to more wat
it during tho dry Biimtner months.
Tho crop of 1910 consists of 083
ncrcs of plant cane 210! iieres of Ions
ratoons and 161 acres or short ritoons.
I submit u map which show? the field
to be harvested for this crop.
Additional Pumping Capacity.
Within the past thirty days we linvo
added to our pumping capacity and
our supply of pump water by starting
up tho new Worthlugtou four-itage
tut bine centrifugal pump nt Klcctrlc
Station No. 3 In llnnapepe Valley
This station has been under process of
construction for mcr a soar. Th
new pump lifts eight million U. S.
gallons H-r 21 hours against n total
dynamic head of 412 reet the pit
for this pump In 30 feel Inside dla
meter nnd 110 feel deep It N con
stiucted of relnformeil rouc-oto nnd
in ranged so as to accommodate anottv
er pump of equal capacity at soinu fil
turo time when required.
Our imnipH now consist of six elec
tric and two steam pumps (one aux
iliary nnd one Independent) giving In
llin aggregate n guaranteed pumping
capacity dally or thlrtyflvo million
gallons. The now pump at electric
station No, .1 lining water ns It chief
to nn elevation where additional wat
er Is most needed cannot but hue -i
most benefit lal effect on our crops.
The total inniiuut or water liumped
ror the year li an follows: Kleclrlr
pumps, 3272 million gallons; steam
pump. 2043 million gallons: total 3917
Our net oiiciutlng exieiir,cs for the
J ear. exclusive or Intel est and bonded
debt expense, was f 020,2.". 1. "72 or an
average or $32,1 87.01 ikt month, being
siignuy under tho average for 1907
Cultivating and planting cost iim less
than In 1907, but pumping cost nearly
J30.000.no more, due to the dry went!.-
er, which kept our steam pumps gulng
steadily tluoughout tin whole year.
llio new electric pump at Station
No. .1 leaching, as It does, tho suiim
elentlou as tho steam pump will do
away with tho lite or tho steam pump
except In the summer months.
Our receipts for the yeni hao o.
ceeded our operating expenses for the
first time In several years, and tho
iVgcuiH account has been rom-innmi.
InglJ- i educed fiom last year.
There has been spent on nci-mummi
impiocmentB during the year 190S
21.l0.I3-SH.fi9fl8r, or which was ex
pondeil In clearing land, leaving n balmier-
or 57210.27 for waterways und
ixuiiiiirB, lorestry, electric iiuniiis.
CROWDED HOUSE SEES
"A GAIETY GIRL"
Kvory seat In tho Opera House,
most of tho standing loom, and nil
four boxes w'cro taken last night nt
tho second performance or "A (lalety
Hlrl." Tho youngsters ato becoming
more popular with each night's show
and deservedly so, for, In addition to
a suriHlsliiB degree of talent, they
show a versatility of lucoiupllshmuut
that Is wonderful, own without con
sldeilug the extiemo )outlifuluets of
thu little actors.
Aflor tho matinee today, there will
be ono inriro porrorn (o of "A (lal-
ctv nirl" tonight, followod tomorrow
night by The Itunawny Girl." which
was I'ousldoied thn best show given
Inst eai by a great many who saw
i liein nil "The Itunawa) (llil will
Plat ummnort ulp.ht and Trlday
liih. and llaturday matliiiM. A vau
dullle nIiuw will bo given Satiirda)
iiltsht In place of u ivgular opera.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE G12. , P. 0. BOX 528.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGf
HONOLDLD. March 17. I9C9
. m ur STOO
Rri-wrf 9i Cfl....w
i'wh rinrtntlAn Co ...
Illw Com ft Stiff On .
Hun-noun Sugar Co ..
tlonoma Sucaf Co
II riokaa Sugar Co
Mal1iMSi)Vkr Co . .
Mutctiiton Stifiar Pla it
galitiVu lla-nrtl,iti i -
Krkilia Sii- ( o-kl-aliutusiicar
Koloa Siicar Co ... .
Mr aryituaar Co ....
(V.I0S er Co
n-on-ci car Co ....
Oo ola ? it ,ar l-laul Co
u.4 Suicar Co Llil ...
Taatiau Sut-ar PNnl Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala rtanlallon Co ....
Pfm'l10 Sugar Co....
ri.iiTr Mill Co
ttiuku Sueaf Co ....
Waintanato Sugar Co
Walmra Suga- Mill Co
Hou HTM. Co l-rrl
Htuiual Tflrtilio-i C-l
N'alnku Rubber Co Aa
Claim V H I, Co
II0.1 Hn MCo-
Hawaiian P' wapilt Co,
Haw Tf 4 lc
Ha Tn Kpc
ItawTtraH M . ...
Haw Tr I PC
Haw Cov'l tor
ilalkuSngarCo4 i, c
Ham. Dllch Co ,
Un-er I lack 6a
Haw Sugar Cnn tc. .
IIIIob if Co Con 1, i.e
HotiakaaSuflt co (Iim:
Hun K r & Cii & p c
Kahuku P.aul Cot uc
I fH 'Mi
t I'aai ijrai,
II ..li ml i,,
i'i't' i In
Oaliu Sugar Co jpc ..
IV. Sug, Mill Co, ta
r!i KlaiiKltonCo ....
Plonar Mill Co 6 pc ..
Walalua agrli-Co c
Sales lletwecn Hoards 15 Oaliu
Slig. Co.. $30.87!(,; 23 Oaliu Silg. Co..
$3u.S7'ij 20 Tamilian. 123 "0: in n.-i.-m..
hnu, $23.30; SS Onoiuea $13; 100 Ono-
nien. $43. Sesilon: po Ilonoltaa
$17.25; 10 Kwn. $2S 23 10 Hwa
$28.25; 30 Kwn, $28.23.
Latest sugar quotation 3.835 centi'
or $77.70 per ton.
'1' ; ..a-UU.
Siipr, 3,92 els
Beets, IDs, 4 l-2d
Henry Waternouse Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu ateeK and r.onc
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T3.
The next tegular meeting of tho
Hawaiian Kugliieerlng Association
VIII bo held on Thursday evening,
the 18th lust., at 8 o'clock In tho
Astoclntlou Uooms, Kaplolaul Ilulld
lug. King ,uid Alakca strcetB. Hon.
Jlniston Ciimpbell, Supt. Public
W'oi Us, will gie u (all; on the Ho
nolulu Water Works, illustiated bj
lantern slides. A full utti-ndniue la
lequesled. .Mr. Campbell needs no
tiitioduction, and those who mil to
attend will miss u treat.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tho fnllorlug are tho olllceis ol
tho above named corporation, elect
ed (except the treasurer), nt a spe
cial meeting of Its slocl hohlcis. held
March 15. 1110!). to hold ulllco until
tho annual meeting In .lulj, 1909,
nnd until their successors arc elect
President R. J. BuchW
Vice President . . . Theo. F, Lansing I
Tmiiiir.i. T..1a11. t a i , '
'M"iin Anuuyii jj, iiucruacn
Secretary George J. 0'Neil
Auditor T. W. Orelp-
The above olllceis form, ox olllclo.
the II01111I of Directors of said lor
lioratloii. Dated this lfith day of Jl.uch.
(llio. .1. O'NKIIi.
Seeiotary, W. (3. Peacock & Co., Mil.
-a - 1 ,-,,r , , amf J
A REPEATED PROCESS .
A Illlhy fellow applied lor a posi
tion as porter within Inrisu concern
Wheio help was badly heeded. Tho
manager looked him in or doubt fully.
I lually ho handed him a half 11 dol
lar. "Co uptown nnd tnlto a bath."
ho told lilm "Then come hack mid
niajbo I'll lie alil'i to take oii on."
llio rellnw stinted for thu door.
"An I nb In the way," the manager
railed .ifii-i him "If ihiirn'B an
chiiiiKe ln lite another lnth"-i:v
rrhod)'H Man izluo
OULLETIN ADS PAY 'iq;
FANCY FABRICS, in rather
lively colors and patterns, are
among the new things in
Hart Schaffner & Marx
overcoats and suits this season.
You'll find lots of very handsome
things among them; things you
But, of course, yoi'll have to have a blue serge or n
fine black suit for variety, and a black or ox font overcoat
in the came way.
Che us u chnnic and we'll see
t - , that joil'rc pioperlj lilted out. '
KINO STREET near TORT. PHONE G51.
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that publicity can do toward finding
work for workers.
Hello Get Sullivan's hack, 290.
'I til good niilli-liiiUKk I'liollu o.
Mr and Mrs. .1. I. Sllva or Kami
me In town, liming arrived today In
Mrs. Kcarns mnkns and packs Ha
waiian prrrrrvca; they are lino. Take
Inter-Island ami O. R. 1.. shipping
looks for sale at the llulletlu
omcc. 60 each.
Illom Is selling nipklui down to
cost price. No housekeeper should
overlook the bargains this week.
Dr. Hodglns left for the Slates on
the Pacific Mnll liner China cstcnla.
wheio be will make nn extruded stav
Meet me at the Royal Annex.
The sou or Hear Admiral I.yon. I'
H. .V, letlre-I, Is fourth ofllcer on tho
Ameilcnli-llawallan fielgliter Virgin
Inn. ltepreseiitatlvc Klnnev has Intro
duced a resolution for the appropria
tion of $1200 for a new court bousu at
Coat your Iron roors with "Arabic."
Tou will bo Hiirpilsed at Us cooling
and prefervativo properties California
lod Co.. kgcnjs.
What about jour bat? It's time It
was scon to. Call on the Kxpert Hat
Cleaners. Work guaranteed. Kort
St. opp. Club Stables.
Among the arrivals this morning
n inn Knual In tho stcamc Hall weie
V. A. Kinney nnd II. A Koirns, who
have been on, Kauai on business.
Don't fall to n't end the lectin ih 011
"How to Learn I-'ieneh or (lerui.iu In'
l-'lve Weeks," nt Young hotel Thurs
day ami Krbliiy. 10-30 a in.. 1.30 and
8 p. in.
Marstou Campbell will address tin
Hawaiian Knglneeting Assurlatlon to
morrow night 011 the Honolulu water
winks. Ills speech will bo Illustrated
with lantern slides.
Take vour meals at the Royal An
It. K. Uonllie left for Molekal, where
ho will Install the moving picture ap
paratus a' the Settlement. Inst night.
Ilonlne will remain on the Island -1
week, and he will give several shows
for the people at tho Settlement while.
be Is theie.
Captain Uowlaud Nugent, It. N.. com
mander of the lliltlsh cruiser Flora
which arrived luro from Hongkong
yesteiday. paid an nfllclal call on (luv
ernor l-'rear yesterday afternoon. Ha
waii's Chief Kxeeutlvo will return the
oil thlr mm nine
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the Btreet and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as thougn it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth
ing. Let's try it.
Tills evening nt 7:30 o'clock, the
Hawaiian band vvlll give a cpneert at
Aala Park. The piogram IoIIowh:
Grand Mii'tli Kainehatnelia ..lleigci
Overture Illrlhd-iy Suppe
M111 eh St. I'.itilck's Day . . .O'Hare
Selection Irish Dounovnn
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ar. by Merger
Selection Kiln Kappe
Malanal and Aluhu Oo . ..Lllluukahinl
rinalo Wealing of the Oreen .Kelly
Tho Star Spangled Hnnin-r
THE HIDDEN HAND.
Commencing toiilngbl ui the (Jem
Thnalte. the famous draina. The Hid
den Hand, will be reproduced and th
wondeiful scenes will be seen accui
ntuly. Kiiw stoiles hilM- eer enjinul
greater popularltv than this ilrauiu 110
palna have been spared to n-i i-odae.
thn liiagiillli-out iieeniH iiii'iirai-H
This picture iimn 1 is n ,lei.- uuh
good comedy and ilirllllnv 1111.11.11
broiiBht nbnnt in a natir.l ..id urn
Makes Electric Light
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. HEAR ALAKEA.
lll" f"F' .'I''' ..-- (! ,..,.,.; 11 , .! t, i . p , ,.
EVEN IN THE COLD WEATHER
you will enjoy a glass of cold soda
water. It is relished bv persons who
have a rare for their health and per
sonal comfort. You can liavc a case
delivered at your door.
i Consolidated Soda
G. S. LEITHEAD. ilanager.
Thy Lenten Hepast!
Burnham'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.
100 King St.
PLAIN AND FIGURED BURLAPS A splendid new
assortment just arrived and opened up.
.FLOSS PILLOWS, all sizes. NEW BATH MATS
RUNNERS, CENTERPIECES, and TABLE COVERS.
DRAWN - WORK Plain, Hemstitched, and Lnce
trimmed, reflecting all the very newest ideas.
LADIES' PETTICOATS Black, Taffeta, a beautiful
skirt, for $5.00.
BLACK HEATHERBL00M SKIRTS At different
NEW HEADWEAR FOR CHILDREN.
MUSLIN AND PI1UE HATS MUSLIN AND SILK
BONNETS. SUN BONNETS, plain and trimmed,
Copyright 1908 by
Hart SchiSber Si Mux
so reasonable that no one can '
PHONE 390 f
Water Works Co., Ltd.
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. Tel. 890
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