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EVteNINO BULLETIN, HONOLTJUI. T 11 , WEDNESDAY, OCT fi, 1909
We have a few pair of black
and of tan
of broken lota, that will sell
for $8.00 a pair,
, These are regular $9 boots.
Come in and let us show them
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Alfred D.. Cooper
Cable nd YVIrelei,AddreiS
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold )
LOANS MADE ON LISTED I
Member Honolulu Stock and ,
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P, O, Box 607.
Local and general
..The Bulletin's Big Nlchel
8eratch Pad Is the blgrjeit five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Horn
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
" NEW GOODS
Just received from-1 Alameda. A new line of
WHITE DRESS GOODS
1 Nausnu Street. ,
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, October G.
WVME Of STOCK
Z Brewer ft Co,,.....
Kv- PI Hit lion Co ....
If i vuiinAfftc.Cn....
II Com In Co ..
II tflimhuKir Co....
I imu tiRiit Co ...
It t tokia ur"f
K-ihuku Wrtnmttott to
KrVftlifl StiR- Co- ....
kbifM Huchr Co
unomri suit n ..,
O VolaSniar Plant Co
Olaa uar Co Ltd
Paaliau Sugar Plutit Co
PaU Plthiatlon Co ..
Pp7flio Surar Co..
UaUliia Auili Co.,,,
JOHNNIE ON THE SPOT!
It's vorsc than having a button off to find your
clothe; need messing j uSt when it's time for dressing.
SAVE TIME 1 SAVE MONEY 1
By pressing yosr own clothes with an
That is always Johnnie on the Spot.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Waiinanalo Sutir Co.
.Wllmrl MiEnr fll.li lo
Inltr-Man J Slt-ant N Co
Irai K T A 1. 1 o rrel
n on nm
. I'aMUii ,
Natuku Roblr Co Ami
Oahu K At l.l'o ,
HlloK K Co
Hon Hit MOi-
Hawaiian Pi wam.tr C,o
HawTcl .W PC.......
Maw Ttr t pc.t...
haw Gov't nc.
n.iau MKar i o o n i
Hani. Illicli Co.
IHnxr lllch O
l ln-'"i rail n- il
Haw- Irrif fi , u. .
Haw Loni k Suit Co i
llllo P KCo Con ape
Honabaa Suaai cu Cpc
Hai RTtll'iilli c
KohAl. Dllch Co. 6c
MrUrylrS Coax. .
Oahu Siijtar Co jpc ,,
oiaa anft.' utpc.
Pac Sui. Mill Co. 61
Pala utanlalloii Co ....
Ptonr Mill Co Ape ..
Malama ktw Cp fpc
) I i -I -f I 4
IS MADE FROM THE BEST G1UDE OF CREAM IN THE
STATE OF' CALIFORNIA IN A C3EAMERY THAT IS
TH0R0UOHLY SANITARY. WE KEEP IT.W COLD .STOR
AGE SO IT IS ALWAYS FRESH AND Or Q00D FLAVOR.
Metropolitan x Market
, Phone 45. W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor.
Snles ntccn Boards: $500 Hllo
It. R. Gs, J100; -lO.OIiuw $5 GU; S Olaa,
J5 CO; 200 Olnu, 15 SO; 10 Pioneer,
$185; 210 Olnu, $5 50; GO Olaa, ,$5 GO;
200 Olaa, $5 GO; 100 Olaa, $5 50. Sen
bIoii: GO HiitchliiHoo, $1C.G0; 10 Wal
alim. $118; 10 Wiilulua, $118; S Wulu
Ilia, $118; 100 Olaa, $5.C2j; 10 Hon.
U. T. & I., Com., $90; 8 V.wa, $31; 17
Kun, $.11; 25 Mcllrjilu, J3 87H; 100
Mcllrjilc. $3 8716; 100 McDrUc,
$3 87W; GO Mcllrydo, $3.87V4; 75 Mc
llrjiln, $187v4; 60 Mcllrxlo, $3S7V4:
38 Mcllrydo, $3 87V4: 7 Mpllrydc.
$3 87H; 100 Olaa. $5.75; 100 Olaa,
$5.75; 100 Olaa, $5.75.
New cars, careful drivers. No. 6,
Get your hfft cleaned at tho LpadlnB
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
Madeira Onion Sued Host variety,
lust received direct, and for Bale by
aonsalven & Co , Ltd.
Anything now In the sporting tins?
Anythlue gqjd In tho liquor llnel You
can nod It ut "The Two Jocks"
For the best automobile service, ring
for 3, A, McIakkI, seven seated Thoqias
Kl.er. Tolephono C09, Independent
Auto Stand. -
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable.'
You wlll.be surprised at Its cooling
hnd preservative properties California
Feed Co., ngnnts. ,
The funeral of Mrs. Helen W. Kel
ee will be held at the home of W, A.
llouen, 101 Kewulo striet, ut 4 p. m.
Thursday, October 7.
First SerKcant H. Weber, of tho Hos
pital Corps, Fort Shafler, Is tho proud
father of it boh, who artlved In his
household at murine.
JudKmunt was (ii"rcd this morn
Inc for thn plaintiff In the case of II. T
Mills ngalnBt II Chans; Man mid Hon
oo V. l'erklm ns KainlKhcc fur
$244.70 and cottu ut couit taxed at
Two passengers nrrlvcd b" the Unit
ed States At ni) Traniort lluford from
the Phlllnnlncs. They v.ero Mrs. I. I).
(Irlfllths mid sou, wife and family of
Second Lieutenant (IrllllthH' of tho
Of tho.slx drunks who were to ap
lenr In'l'ollco Court this inoruliiK,
Ihos. Floyd lorfeltud his 'ball. Itccuril
fines were Kivm II. DerKeisen and I..
l.iinKman.itho former lecelvliiK n Duo
of $ nnd tho, latter tmo of $12. Three
Hnvvnllans, yno n woman, wciu lined
$'l nnd costH.
HotKillllH tiOdqo' No. 01C, II. P. O.
Klkg will rIvo an iuformnl smoker ut
the closa of the leRular lodge meeting
l-ext Friday evening, for tho niemborH
r.nd vIsltliiK l:lks In the city, Tho en
tertainment committee U busy with
tho nlniiH, and this will probably ho
but tho llrst of a number of slmlliir
events within the next few months
Royal Hawaiian Garaze. Phone
101. The only garage in town
where you can get .thei celebrated
locomobiles. Around the .Island, Ha
litwa. Lellehuc trips a .specialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty.
Special attention Riven to, the mak
ing of geantaid all. parts of auto
In honor of the late Father Clement,
n memorial ajlar Is to bo orcctol 111
the Knllbl Iloiiian Catholic Clinic'.. Ilia
church of St..,!fhn the llaptist. IJur
I ni; his last veils on earth Father Clc-
nfent devoted ftiost of his tlmo t.),hU
congregation, hut vvaa over aiding uu
fortunate ones, and was loved by ev
erybody. Thu ladles of the church
hnvo undertaken the memorial contrl
So crow did mo the Jioukkcepliig,
thor(hard and mechanical classes
which have opened nt tho Y, M, C. A.
night school that It has been found
uvcesHiirj to divide tho classes Into
two sections. This will leave room
for others who wUh to enroll later In
all except thu typewriting class, which
opens tonight with n full enrollment
of twenty students. The number of
different students now enrolled In tho
assoclat Ion's evening class Is 144 nnd
an enrollment of 1G0 by tho end of the
opening week Is nseured.
1 OU'LL be able to take your
choice this Fall from a very
larpe variety of styles in
Hart. Schaffner & Marx
clothes we have brought to
gether for you. You needn't
wear the pattern or style
that others wear if you don't want
to; we have plenty of good things to
show you; new grays, blues, olives,
worsteds, cheviots, serges, tweeds;
all the high-colored, smart weaves'
in all the best and most fashionable
You can't buy better clothes than
these; there are none better made.
All-woul, best tailoring, correct fit.
This store is the home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes.
King, near Fort.
Latest sugar quotation 4.235 eenfi
or $84.70 per ton. r
t'- '? vj.
r '-.-. fc-,v
Sugar, 4.235 cts
Beets, lOs 10 !-2d
HEHRV WMEKIIOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stoox and Bono
' Exchana" t
TORT ANU MERCHANT 8T8.
J JAPANESE WANT
See "Pratt the Land Man."
A verv fine Beach Residence, a
new ten-room house with all mod
ern improvements, and nearly two
acres o( land.
A choice unimproved residence
site, in Punahou District; grand view
over Honolulu and suburbs; area
nearly three acres.
Another lyunlprovcd lot in Makiki
District; fine view and excellent
neighborhood; area 82,025 square
feet; corner lot.
Another corner lot in Makiki;
highly improved; large house and
outbuildincs; very choicest of fruit
and ornamental trees: very desirable,
leighborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,900
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 bareain
nrices. - I
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 ery 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; fouf-room cottage,
stable, wagon house, servants' hous
es: mountain water t piped over all;
land planted to fruit trees, flowers
and vegetables. Hprse wagon and
harness goes with the place; lease
has over fourteen years'to run. In
come from products is now over $1,
000.00 per annum.
A leasehold at Kahala; new and
roomy house; servants' quarters,
stables and garage; fine bathine,
beating 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 ani Hotel streets; just right for
a (select boarding house,
See "Pratt, the Land Man."
Pure California Olive Oil
In bottles, quarts, half gallon and gallon tins.
QUANTITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
The "Ehmann" Oil has a world-wide reputation and is eipeciallj
recommended to the family trade.
JLewis & Co., Ltd.,
Telephone 240. .169 King St
The drink that prolongs life,
when prepared from
Approved by physicians
' We have a fresh supply.
BENSON, SMITH .& CO.. LTD.,
Hotel and Fort.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLCU., 176,100 KING STREET.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Et, Etc. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on lite of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti
, PHONE 237.
ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured py tne
Areiic Sqda.,Water3 Works
' PHONE 557-
Cash will buy,nlmos twice as
much here as 'credit will elsewhere.
If you want Furniture, Bedding or
Woven Wire Mattresses it will pay
you to trade at
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
riio directors of this corpomtlon
linking tleclnrcd u dividend of
per cent, Dividend No. IS is itiio and
pnyablo on Friday, October lGth,
1009. to stockholders of record at
tho close of the stock transfer books,
Friday, October 8th, 1909, at 12
o'clmk noon. Stock trnnsfor hooks
will bo ro-oponcd on Saturday, Oc
tober lGth, 1909.
T. II. PI3T1U1J,
Trenbuicr, Wulalua Agricul
tural Co , Ltd.
Honolulu, October Cth, 1909.
It appears from tho way that Ten
l.amotb'a trainers and backers , speak
obout the proposed fifteen miles ruio
that' thora Is llttlo cltanco of such mi
event coming off as tho Japanese want
to run thu full Marathon distance,
It Is possible that another Marathon
may bo run, but the public would soon
er witness un exciting go over the
shorter distance. Probably a lifted!
miles face may be arrunged between
Jackson, Kaoo, Charlie and Corderlo,
without Tsuknmoto taking part In It.
Them wjll bo n meeting tomorrow
to decide the mater one way or thu
other, Tsukumoto Is rapidly getting
alright again and should be lit to run
three weeks or so from now,
TO HAWAII NEI.
JAS. W. PRATT,
No. 125 Merchant Street.
Adfolning the Staneenwald.
Tel. No. 602. P.O. Box No. 451.,
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our sac
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, hu placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEOT, Manager.
Mmo, Lambert frpm Paris will open
this month a bcIioo! fur voting la
dles who desire lu know how to
maKo their own dresses. Harri
son HlocK. Ilerelnnla und Fort.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
An elegant line just received.
a - a.a.iia
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
I.nr BULLETIN A08
After n nbsenco;of over flvo jours
In Hie Fur Cist, Frank II. LoUcks, who I
was at one time Identified with tho
Hawaiian News, book and news store
and later clcik for tho l.ito Judge Clear
of tho Clicult Court, husreturned to
Honolulu, Mr. Mucks arrived yester
day by tho Uuford And expects to re
main In Hawaii for soma time, Hu
was kept pretty bus) today In
greeting old friends. Mr. Loucks ias
been connected with tho Philippine
Insular government during (ho greater
part of his nbsenco from Honolulu.
Kenneth Cameron nnd County Aud
itor Jluker were out llshlng off Nlu
main, tho first of the week, and they
mndo a splendid catch of fat mol. some
I of which weighed ns much ns live
pounds oplecc, Garden Island,
Beautiful New Hats :
Now on view at.
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
J. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg,
185 editorial rooms JJ50 b"1
nets office. These are the telephone
I lumbers 9' tie Bulletin office.
New Cravenette Raglans
Assorted Shades in Greys and Tans, at
? 17.50, ?16.50, $12.00, $10.00, $8.50, $7.50, $5.50
New Satin Rubberized Coats
All sizes $10.00, $12.50and $10.50
Girls' Coats, 4 to 16 sizes
At $2.75, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00
Children's Plush Coats
In Jtcd, 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, Navv and Cardinal
$3.00, $3.75, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00
J, S. Bailey. (Ccr, King and Alakea,
I.. t i it