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of broken lots, that will tell,
for $0.00 a pair. '
These are regular (9 boots.
Come in and let ui show them
rM. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlr.ltae Addrftt
Wtatern Union and Lltbtr't
Hawaiian Stocks aid torts
' Bought an Sftli
loan's' maBb ' ON ' LISTeb
. ' COLLATERAL. " '
Mmbrv Honolulu Stock and
,407 Judd Building
P. O. Box 607.
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at' ; 17-inch
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tht Bulletin' Big Nlehel
Scratch Pad It the biggest Ave cent
worth of paperitvtr offered In Honj-
Slx of tnem for a quarter.
Just received from Alameda.
Anew line of
WHITE DRESS GOODS
Stock and Bond Broker,
' -" S3 OBGHAHT ST.
PHONE SIS. P. 0. BOX 028.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, October 5.
NAMn or STOCK
Htrwtf ft i
tlnttomu Fti(t 0
lllttM MHtor C o .
HDlcHfcWt ivttr Plum
KnhuVu Ptu niMt
Kcksli ntj Co- ..
tout RHr o
Mrflrjrdf Hftii Kjt
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JOHNNIE ON THE SPOT!
', It's .worse than having a button off to find .your
clothe need pressing just when it's time for dressing. .
SAVE TIME! 'SAVE MONEY I
'4 By 'pressing your own cloihea "with an '.
. .- ,
That is always Johnnie on the Spot.
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The Hawaiian Electric Co , Ltd.
O hnlft .Rf rtlM f!n
OUftugsrCti Mri ....
Pit Mian Surnr Plnf Co
PlklrH MugarMill,. it.
Pla Pltntatlon Co ....
Plkwi Suirtr Co.,,.
Npiiuatu Stttrftt O ..
lAa'trn-a "njrr Mill Cn
iitUMnJstttl SiMm N l'o
it k win an Rieflinccoi
lh RTfc LCriFrf
Mutntl Ttlerhone Cn
yihlkra IKbfMr Cj
,PidUp .....i... ,. .
Oihu R Al.lV.. .V,
it.wtiiin pi Kiwi '',
H'wTfmiic... i. .......
Hm. DIltB Co ,
Udbw mtflite t
HoftakM Sunt co. 6pc.
OaHuSaiirCo ipe .,
Pic Sat Mill Co. j6r
Pan Plutatlou Co l...
rimmr MillCntpi ,.
Walaiaa arvCo pc
New cars, careful drivers. No. 6.
Get your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hal,Cleanrr.'.llfi4 Fort ttreot,
Mallefrn Vinton Scctl Uost vnrlcty,
Jimt received direct, and for talo l)
I Qotmalvea AV Co , Ltd. ,
AnrthlnK now in the iportlng llm!
AaythliiK good In . the liquor llneT Yuu
cho finl It at'l'lbe Two lacks"
CaDtnln krebd. . who ai- ficcn tho
Igm-it ofKClilcf Justice A. 8. llartwell,
will mill for Kauai lKiris b) tlio Klnau
this 'cvenlns. '
'Ihnho Arnold joo(U nrc tho heat
Illie of knit goods ecr thrown on I
the market. 'Elders carr n pood a
For the best aiUnrnobllo scrvlco, ring I
for J. A. Mcleod sccn Boated Thomas
M)cr. Telcphono 609, kndopendent
Auto Btand. a
Francis (lay, the Kauai illislncsB
man, was a returnliiK paKsciiKcr Ii) tho
Klnnil, which salted fur tho danlcii Is
land this afternoon.
Coat yuur Irou ruofs with "Arable"
Ynu will be ajirprtsed at Ita cooling
i.nd preservative properties Callfomln
feed Co. agflntf.-,. ,
WIlHi force1 0T" bvef fifty men, llmd
Suticrvlsor Wllaaais nKnln nt work on
i'd4 Merchant street? after several dcl.is.
no is aisn rapiniy iiusiiing repair norx
all oxer the city' A i
, The moving pictures of the Mnra-
thon race taken1! by Kddlc Fern in
dex have turned, ou,l, to.be very good,
and ho' will sh'ASVlhcm early this
OU'IL be' able to take your
choice this Tall from a very
farce' variety of styles in
Hart. Schaffrer & Marx
clothes we have brought to
nether for you. You needn't
wear the pattern or style
that others wear if you don't want
to; we have plenty of rrooi things to
;sho" yoij new Brays, blues, olivca,
virsteds, cheviots, serges, tweed i;
all the high colored, smarcaves'
in all the best and most fashionable
You can't buy better clothes than
these; there are none better made.
All-wool, best tailoring, correct fit.
This store is theliomeTof,"..Hart
Schaffncr & Marx dothesi- ', '
MsdlcksilMf V Msn
King, near Fort.
Sec "Pratt the Land Man."
Pure California Olive Oil
IS MADE FROM THE BEST GRADE OF CREAM IN THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN A CREAMERY THAT IS
THOROUGHLY SANITARY. WE KEEP IT IN COLD STOR
AGE SO IT IS ALWAYS FRESH AND OF GOOD FLAVOR.
Metropolitan , Market
Phone 45. W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLCU., 176-190 KINQ 8TREET.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses.
Etc, Eto. AU kinds of XOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti
the ONLY table drink. Manufao
tnred by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
New Iron Beds
Merle Iron Beds the best in
America just received. We guar
antee them. Also a fine new lot of
sideboards, buffets, bureaus, chif
foniers, eto., from Doernbecker Mfg.
Co. Our prices lowest.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Kapiolani Bldg. King and Alakea,
BaloB Hctween Boards: 10 Bwn.'
$31.50; 11500 Hllo R. R,.6s, $100; GO
Olna$5 50; 104 Olaa, $5 50; 200 Oahu
Stig. Co, $33; 200 Kwa, $31; 15 Haw.
C. &,B. Co, $34 50., Session; 100
Oahu Svg. Co, $33; 5 Walatua. $118:
&Olaa $5,621,4; 26 Olaa, $5 50; 75 Olaa,
6 50: 100 Olaa,, $5 50; 60 Olaa. $5 50;
75 Olaa, $5 60; 30 Ewa. $31; 10 Haw.
C. A 8. Co, $34 50; 10 Haw. C. & 8.
Cn, $34 50; 10 Haw. C. & 8' Co,
$M 50; IT Haw. C. & 8. Co, $34 50; $
Pioneer, $185; 5 Pioneer, $185! 35
Pnniihau, $27:25. .
Dividends Oct. 5, 1909: Haw. C.
ft 8. Co, $20c share; Onomca, 4 per
cent; Ilonomu, 1V4 per cent.
Sugar. 4 235 cts
Beets, 10s 10' 1-2(1
IEHRY W1TEM0USE TBUST CO.
Wambert Honolulu StoeK and Bond
PORT 'ANU MERCHANT STS.
REDUCED TO ONE
, M. II. Lemon, registrar, rcportB
tjio number of deaths from contug
lous diseases wh)chvhjive occurred In
ttiol district of Honolulu) during tho
fifteen das ended I Bcjttcmber, 10,
I909,'as follows; I
Tuberculosis ... 3
Typhoid lever 1
Diphtheria ..'..;;!.' 1
Tho Hawaiian Dredging Company
aro moving their dredges mid equip
ment to Wiiiklkl' iiroparotory to be
clnulmr tho wui-k 'of fltllnc the duck
londs under tftd confract with tho gov
Building Inspector Mlstcln Is kept
on tho Jump looking after new build
ings that permIts,'liao been Issued lor
during the past month. He Is also
crowded with Jilvmblng Inspections,
and between acts Is trjlug to build
himself n new hojho.
Aaron Clianey,tho purser of the W.
fl. Hall, lins'b'onf doing somq cry
goal work In, h,e. line of water color
painting during bis sparo moments In
freight checklngw,'!", Chaney has cop-led-
several of ifarrlson Fisher's glrla
nii(Mia8 dono wprk, which tlio palntor
of Iho original copy himself would ad
rnlro.. . , ' , r-,-
.The tv(enty)"hth annual report
of the W. C. 7jLJjtnnllo estate was
filed yesterday bythe trustees. The
receipts during the tjcar ending
T..1.. q. lOn.'lAjnn.tnl.J In ST.fl.
016'.40 at agaiijji. dllbursements of
' The bridge' oflef-j ilio . duck ponds
from Kalakalia, avenue to "Kllla road,
Walklkl. Is a 'disgrace to tho. county
and- city., It It' patched up with thick
rough boards Ihfat Jolt' vehicles vio
lently In going aver It.'" Sooner or lat-
' br. thorn will be 'a damaao suit unless
- thq structure da 'properly repaired.
According to Bdltor Hheba, wno re
cently went to Hawaii to arbitrate
some of tho labor, differences of Ihc
Jabaneso on thattlsland.and Maul, as
tho outPomo or tho recent strlKo. ino
unrest has dlod out among tho labor
jcrs. and they all feel that It Is to their
Interest to let well enough alono.
Judgment was rendered for' tho
defendant' yesterday In the case of
Hattto K. Ytvlchaves against Y.
Aknu. Tho case was, a suit for sum
mary possession, iho plaintiff claim
ing that tho defendant hti!l violated
tho terms of tho Icruouudcr which
ho held tho premises, ,,
Marston .Cumpbcll, nctlng'ln his
official cniarltyl as tand 'commission
er, stated yesterday that ho had pre
pared a list or 'hit the -surveyed
homestead lands 'In fhd 'Terrltnn.
arid that when"-'tho Hat Is fully com
pleted It lWIII be. Incorporated In tho
advertisement for tho benefit of
mo iiuiiicBvumiii. iiuumi:. f ?
Royal Hawaiian liatige.4 Phone
191. The onty karagt ' in town
where you can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa. Lellehue trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty.
Special attentionyjrive,n to the mak
ing of gean atulWljiarts of auto
mobiles.' George S. Wells. Manager.
The question as to whether u wo
man can run a saloon came beforo
tho Hoard of Liquor License Com
missioners ytstcrdny In connection
with the application' pt Joo J. Dlas
tor a renewnl of a license at wnlpa
hii. ", Mrs., Juljit Dlas ls-tohave'n
Half inerpst In .Iboplaco,, nnd th.o
Hoard was ''doubtful because it
would ullciw Mrs.riUlaa to go upon
fho Wml,OHjlnilolatl(in of' tho law.
TJiere was no opposition'' to the
In bottles, quarts, half gallon and gallon tins.
QUANTITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
The "Ehratunn" Oil-has a world-wide reputation and is
A very fine Beach Residence, a
new ten-room house with all mod
ern improvements, and nearly two
acres of land. , I
A choice unimproved residence 'recommended to the familv trade.
site in Punahou District; grand view
over Honolulu and suburbs; area, ....f, JCf. I 4--4
nearly three acres. LVVl OC CUt. LiIQ.,
Another unimproved lot in Makiki ' r Gro-crs. .
District; fine view and excellent Telephone 240. i-" 1G9 King St.
neighborhood; area o'ifixa square . , , :
185 editorial rooms 256 buaW
oess office. Tltea art the taltphon.
lumh.ra of th. Bullttln aftlo.
grahtlng of Jtho. license, '
A Skin of Beauty is a.Joy Forever
feet; corner lot. I
Another corner lot in Makiki:
highly improved; large house and
outbuildings; very choicest of fruit
and ornamental trees: very desirable
leigbborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,000
square feet. ' V
Another highly improved lot in,
Makiki; large house and outbuild
ings; fine fruit and' ornamental
trees; 25,000 square feet.
A fine lot on Fort street extension,
82 feet front; area 15,050 square
feet. Will lease or sell at bargain
600 acres Maui pineapple land, to
gether with 100 acres pasture, land,
within three miles of the great Hai
ku Pineapple Plantations", and simi-'
larly situated; will be sold in lots to
suit and on very easy terms.'
58 acres Wahiawa, Oahu, pineap
ple land, completely planted with a
growing crop of healthy pines; also
partly planted with orchards of fine
fruit trees; lots to suit and easv
A five and one-half acre leasehold
in Manoa Valley; four-room cottage,
stable, wagon house, servants' hous
es; mountain water piped over all;
land planted to fruit trees, flowers
and vegetables. Horse- wagon and
harness goes with the place; lease
nas over fourteen vears to run. In
come from products is now over SI,
000.00 per annum.
A leasehold at Kahala; new and
roomy house; servants' quarters,
stables and garage; fine bathing,
boating and fishing; lease has nine
years to run.
FOR LEASE A two-story house
and two cottages'; all furnished: on
car line; five minutes' walk from
Fort and Hotel streets; just right for
a select boarding house,
Bee "Pratt, the Land Man." .
. JAS.' W. PRATT,
No. 125 Merchant Street.
Adioininar the Stamrenwald
Td. No. 602. P. o: Box No. 451.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 2. 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 Noon.
J II Schnick and wlf to I'.iul Mol-
dvnhnwer ct nl .' I)
Paul Molcluilmucr and wf lo William
Onomea Sugar Co to II Kalinl,...Rol
D Kaluiia Poohlnu to Onomca Sugar
' C&; !, ,,., M
Mutual Hldg. & I-oati Soc nt Haw Ltd
to Orlando .1 Whltolio.nl HU
John L nialndell ct al li Tr to I. 0
Illarkmuii , . .1)
Lam Wo Sing to Trent Tr Co Ltd
Tr , , TrI)
Entered for Rit-ord Oct, A ,1909,
, fron 8:30 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
J II Brlinack to Win A Hall , .
'The drink that prolongs life,
when prepared from
Approved by physicians
' We have a fresh suonly.
BENSON, SMITH 4 CO..
Hotel and Fort.:
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our suc
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLE1FF, Manager.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Pep Year
PL T. FELIX GOl'-UUD-S ORIENTAL
- CREAM OX MAGICAL IEAUTIFIER
fUmsTtt Tut, flni
FrvcklM. Molk Kiel
nub, Btid hfcli liav
Mme. Lambert from Paris will open
this month u kchool for )oung la
dles who desire to know how to
mnke their own dresses, Hnrrl
son llloel., Ih'iotnnli nnd Port.
Honolulu Library & Heading (hooin
Assn to I. Ah I.cong ..,..'.',1,,'. p,
Orlando J Wiilttbiad and wf to Hans' ',
Iseiiberg Tr ,.....J.'..,. ,,.,r)
ii m i (;
L fl Illackman and wf to J Alfred
Magoon ,,.,,....,,..,,..!, M
J Alfred 'Magoon ta Tr of .Johu L
aa4 . bl. nl.S
alSa'S Illolsdell-ot nll AM
Tmlim ;..", John D 8preckels nnd wf ct nl to
it to narti im ) i
Is troi-flr tutla
(fit of alfuffli
3vri i to
My of tb bnaV
I n ik DMlftitt
MA you Ua)M
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kill Bff nutmitl ' t nt Mlt ttf l lnil(iasl ld I Mitf
UutMlt il tltrf III IL ITitlttU BUI". UtutMlft H d kuro t
lB0.T.HIUl Prep . V Giut i.m Slml. Ita W
flwiruii Lcurriii I)
I! no C Adams and wf to William
Q Irwin 1)
"Jct ou bclk'U, In long cnsige
nients?" "Not In llm suninieitltue, I never
neoept tho pinposnl of mi) imp wIiiiko
vacation lists ioiigei than two wooks.''
Detroit Fioo 1'iess.
New Cravenette Raglans
Assorted Shades in Greys and Tans, at
" $17.50, $16 53, $12.00, S10.00, $8.50, $7,50, $5.50
New .Satin Rubberized Coats ' ,
, All sites . . . . $10.00, $l'2.50and $10 50
.Girls' Coats, 4 to 16 sizes
At $2.75, $3 50, $4 50, $5,00 and $0.00
Children's Plush Coats
In Bed, White and Grey -....,. $4,00, $5.00 and $6.00
Ladies' Long Sweater Manish Coats
' In White and Cardinal $12.'00
New Styles in Sweater Jackets
Grey, White, Navy niul Cardinal ..... ....
$3.00, $3.75, $4 00; $5.00 and $0 00
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