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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, rtONOLULO, T.H., SATURDAY, OCT. , 1969,
Gun Metal Galf
'Alfred I). Cooper
Cable and Wlreless'Address .
1 ALOYKE8, HONOLULU. '
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bends
M. Mclnerny. Shoe Store
LOANS MADE ON LUTED
Member Honolulu Stock' '-and
307 Judd .Building.
Telephone 489.' P.O. Box 607.
10CAL AND GENERAL
"TH Bulletin's . GlgV Nlchefi
Scratch 'Pad' It 'til biggest five cents
worth of paper aver offered In Hono
lulu. Six ef them for a quarter.
tym. Williamson, .
Stock andr;Bond Broker,
Just received from Alameda. A new .line of
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX SM,
Honolulu Stock Exchange
NAME OF STOCK
'Baturdny, .October 9.1
JOHNNIE ON THESPOT!
' It's 'worse than having n button off to find your
clothes need pressing just when' it'i time 'for dressing
SAVE TIME I , SAVE MONEY!
'By pressing your own clothes with an
. ' That is always Johnnie on the. Spot.
The Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
J w - .
IS MADE FROM THE BEST GRADE OF CREAM.IN THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN A DREAMERY THAT IS
THOROUGHLY SANITARY. WE KEEP IT IN COLD STOR
AQE SO IT IS ALWAYS FRESH.AND OF GOOD FLAVOR.
Phone 45. W. F. HEJXBRON, Proprietor.
; awtr at Co ll,.
irt rlantatlon Co ....
III. CooilLSunCo ,.
i iomu Sugar Co .,.
Ilmka Sugar Co
HolcMton Sugar Pilot.
Kol-uku Planlattou Co
8 im Solar Co...
piu ooior io up
fuhK Bo' Fl'ot Co
Palo riantatloti Co ....
Frgwckto Sunr Co...'
rimrtr Mill Co
Walmra Soiar Mill Co
brtf r.lUaad SIMai N Co
Paid Up r..
Oih R LCo
HllaR R Co.
linn R A MCni
Hawaiian PI irappl. Uo.'
Saw Tor 4H oc
awT.r i pc
haw Govt i Dt
naiso jiuKar .o ope
Hanlv Dllch Co.,
Ho. Irr-''.t3a?l ptf H
Haw- lrrlxCo;. 6a. .
Haw Com A bug Co 1 1
llllo B H Co Co a b r
I Honakaa Sa co. 6pc.
Lllo.1 RTLCo p c
vonaia uiKn 1.0. os
Slaa Sugar Co p c.
ic SoJ . Mill Co. a
Pal OlanlalkM Lo' ..
rioiMf Milt Cot Da
Wallino AgtlfJCo IPC
Sales Between Boards: 100 Mc
Uryde,,$4.62&; 200 McBryde. tt.T5; 10
Hutchinson, $17; S Hutchfoaop, 17;
60 Kwa, $30.75. Session: ,100 Mc,
Dryde, I4.7S; 10 Ilonoltaa, $18.00; 25
Ewu, 130.7G; 75 Kwa.. $30.75: 10 Ewu.1
($30.75; 2S Kwa, $30.75; , 100 Mcllryde,'
,$4.75; 25 Walolua, .$118.75; 2,0 ruin.
$310) 5 Honokaa, $18.37'j; 5 Honokan,'
,$18.25; 10 McUrydc, $4.62; 10 Mc
Drydo, $4.50; 10 MoUryile, $4.60; 20
raauhuu, $27.25; 10 McDryilo, $4.50;
20 McUrydc, $4.50.
iDlviilemls Oct. 101909: Paaithau,
20c, share; WalliiUu, 2 per cunt;
Hutchlnxon, 20c share. j
Latest sugar quotation 435 conti
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
tlNEXT TO YOUNQ BLCU,, 17M&0 KING STREET.
,jk J. lii'ww r .J 'J-i Jigxj-x-
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST, NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc, Eto. All kinds of K0A and
Nuuann and Hotel St. on lite of old
.MISSION FURNITURE Made T
. B L U D W I N E
ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Sugar. 4:235 els
Beets, lis 6d
r i . i
Membera Honolulu Stoox and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT ST.. "
.STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
PACIFIC LODGE NO.
822, A. F. &
Cash will buy almost twice as(
much here as credit will elsewhere.
If you want Furniture, Bedding or
Woven Wire Mattresses it will pay
rou to trade "at
Honolulu Wire Bed Co..
J, S, Bailey. Cor. King and Alakea,
There will bo a stated meetlnc nt
Pacific Lodge No. 822 A. P. & A.M.,'
at Its halt, Masonic Temple, corner ot
.Hotel and Alakea streets, Monday,
Octobor 11, at 5 p. in.
Members of Hawaiian and Oceanic
Lodges and all sojourning brethien
aro Invited to attend.
ny nruer oi me ll. w. M
lie cars, carefuldrivers. No, G.
A sale ot Victoria lawns nnd I'nsllfli
longctoth nt Ulom's this week.
Get your bat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort atreet.
Sale, dt -India llnon, dress skirts an.)
Persian lawns at "Mom's Is now on,
The prices are away down.
Hawaii Is considered tlio most pop
ular nrmy station In tho service, ac
cording to tho Washington 8tar.
If you want a good Job dona on na
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Wfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
For the best automobile service, ring
for J, A, Mol.eod, aeren-scated Thomas
Flyer, Telephone G09, Independent
Auto Bland.' ,
Deputy Sheriff Fetter of Illlo has,
taken out a chauffeurB license and he
fs 'now at tho helm ot the Hawaii
County automoblllsts. '
Pacific Lodge, A. K, A A. M., will
hold a stated meeting on Monday next
at 5 p, m., Instead of at 8 p. m., at the
Coat .your Iron roofs wlthi "Arabic."
You wilt be surprised at its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agftfat. '
Tbo Wise and Wilson' company of
colored performers have been booked
.for passage to Illlo by the Mauna Kva'
sailing for the big Island on Tuesday.
Copies of Mr. Krcd T. V. Wntor-
house's inport on Tho Hidalgo Planta
tions can bo obtained at tho office of
Oralnerd H. Smith'. Koom 401 Stun
genwald Dulldlng, Merchant street.
' Chief of Detectives Leal Is plan
ning a trjp to the Coast and has ob
tained the necessary leavo of ab
nonce from 'Sheriff jlrrc'tt. Ho will
spend jsomo tlmo nt one of the Cali
fornia .hot springs recuperating.
Mrs. A. It. King's celebrated shoes
for, children are now sold by ltcgal
Ehoe Store . Theso shoes arc 'world
famous asibclng'best adffpted to'grnw
Ing feet and have tho largest sale of
ony children's shoes In 'the -world.
Five dollars down will give you Im
mediate iiosscsslon of fifty dollars
north of books at Drown &Lyon Co.
end you can pay the balance at tho
rate of '$5 n month. 'Tllls'method gives
'cj(eryono an opportunity to own a'llh-
According to a Seattle paper, A. F.
Knudsen, commissioner In charge 6f
ino iiBWBiioa. cxnipn bi me wasxa-Yukon-Paclflp
Exposition, has left for
San Fraiicnico and wlllall for Ala
wall on the Korea, which arrives here
on the 2Cth. '
French warthlps nailing from Now
(York harbor yesterday at the termlna-
uon oi ino iiimiMiii-rimon ceicDrauon
failed to salute, tho American vessels.1
while tho Drltlsh warships' guns
boomed .forth, Tho silence -upon thoj
part of tho Frenchmen caused consid
erable comment. )
Boytl Hawaiian Garage. Photae
181. .The only garage , in town;
when you tut get the celebrated
Locomobile. -Around the Island. Ha-'
liewa, Leilehua trips a specialty.
Antmnohile reoairinp- a ameialtw J
Special 'attention given to the aaalt-'
Ing or gears and all parti of auto-;
mobile. 'George S. Wells. Manager.
Following the agreement reached'
between tho County government and
tho telenhono 'company, the latter has
commenced to rush tho Installation of,
tho new system. New -poles 'are going
up whero the aerial lines are to be,
maintained and new supplies fur tho
construction of tho underground sys
tem aro on tholr way here.
The sum of $1,000 has beon paid
by the United States on the judgment'
In tho condemnation proceedings
through which 'tho Government secur
ed the Kcikl land at Walklkl. The
papers submitted to 'the Department
of Justice by United States Distilct
Attorney Ilreckons rocelved the ap
proval ot tho Washington authorities.
The, picnic given the Jackles off tho
Urlllsh cruiser Bedford yesterday af
ternoon at Kaplolanl Park by tho. Sou
men's Institute, with Mr. Davlcs as
host, was greatly enjoyed by a large
number ot them., Manager Everton
nnd MrB. Kvcrton had charge of the nt-;
fair, which Included h tug of war,
many other games and a fine luncheon.
Tho outing included an Inspection of
Manager Dalch said yesterday that
when tho wireless company saw thon
opportunity to advance they would
not hesitate to tako advantage ot It,
Ho bellovea that some day Hawaii
may be 'In touch tho year around by
wireless with the Coast; and, whon
the proper conditions and equipment
ure forthcoming, the wireless peoplo
here will not be slow to take hold rf
The Illlo Tribune says that owing
to the fact that Illlo has boen allow
ed an additional teachersomo chan
ges were made In tho local 'teaching
forco last week. , Mrs. Allco Carvalho
was .appointed teacher at' tho Papal
koU school, -and Miss-Edna Akau-was
transferred from the Papalkou to tho
Haaheo school. Miss Emma, Akuniu
was taken from tho Haaheo school
and was appointed to Illlo ' Union
School, whoro' another room will be
I opened 'to relieve the congestion
Fashionable Shapes that will be
worn this Fail and Winter. You
know they are right because of the
name of the maker.
KNOX, - - $5.00
BEACON, madeby Knox, $3.50
See "Pratt -the Land Man,"
A very fine Beach Residence, a
new ten-room house with all mod
ern improvements, and nearly two
acres of land.
A choice unimproved residence
aire in Punahou District; grand view
over Honolulu and suburbs; area
nearly three acres.
Another unimproved lot in Hakiki
District; fine view and excellent
neighborhood; area '82,628 square
feet: corner lot.
Another corner lot in Makikl;,
highly improved; large house and
outbuildings; very choicest of fruit
and ornamental trees; very desirable
leighborhoon; area 20,000 or 82,600.
square feet. .,
.Another' highly improved lot in
Makiki; large house and outbuild-,
ingi; fine fruit ami ornamental
trees; 20,000 square feet.
A fine lot on Fort street extension,
82 feet front; area 1S.050 sauare
feet. Will lease or sell at bargain .'
800 acres Maui nineannle land, to-'
mi.o' .;!. inn .. .-.. i. -J
withinthree miles of the mat Hai
ku Pineapple Plantations and siml-
larly situated; will be sold in lots 'to
init and on very easy terms,
' 08 acres Wahiawa. Oahn. dIbmd-
pie land, completely planted with a-
growing crop oi healthy pines; alao
partly nlanted with orchards of fine
fruit trees; lota to suit and easv
A five -and orie-half acre leasehold
in Manoa Valley; four-rooa 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
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,
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 ana Hotel streets; just right for
a select boarding house.
. See "Pratt, the Land Man."
JAB. W. PRATT, i
No. 12S Merchant Street.
Adjoining the Stanginwald,
Tel,, No. 602. P. 0. Box'No. 461.
Pure California Olive Oil
In bottles, quarts, half gallon and gallon tins. ' '
QUANTITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
The "Ehmann" Oil hu a world-wide reputation and is especially
recommended to the family trade.
L,ewis & Co., Ltd.,
Telephone 840. ; 169 King St
Post Card Albums
In Burnt Leather
The drink that prolong life,
when prepared from
Approved 'by physieians
We have a fresh supply.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. LTD.,
.Hotel and Port.
If You Don't Know
That our sodas are the best to be had tin the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that injhe manufacture of soda water we
are in a class by ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN S0HLIEFF, Manager.
Weekly Bulletin f Pep Year
.Levy's for Groceries
GOOD MEALS P0B 80 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED O0OK.
verytmng in season.
Hotel Street, near Port.
We want to tee all our old cus
tomers come 'oack.
Made up 'the latest or any style,
Port and Beretania.SU:
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
-i-t ' '
nV,'0 , ""! has existed over since tho bo-l "
F.JENKINS, Secretary. lgmiIng oMho tcrm, , 'Young Bldg.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR.
1 Tel. 338.
flew Cravenette Raglans
Assorted Shades in Greys and Tans, at
117.00, $16.00, 112.00, 110.00, 88.00, $7.00, $8.00
New Satin Rubberized Coats
AU siaes ;., I1000. 12.0and $16.60
Girls' Coats, 4 to 16 sizes
At , k . .$2.70, 3.00, $4.60, $6.00 and $8.00
Children's Plush Coats
In Red, White and Grey $4.00, $6.00 and $8.00
Ladies' long Sweater Manish Coats ,
In White and Cardinal $12.'00
New Styles in Sweater Jackets
Grey, White, Navy and Cardinal ...
$3.00, $3.70, $4X0, $6.00 and $6.00