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BVENINO ntJtXETIN, HONOLTJXO,' T. II., MONDAY, OCT. 11, 1003.
Alfred D. Cooper
. Cable and Wireless Address
j WUpn llnlnn snrf I thar'a
f Codes. "
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Gun Metal Calf
M. -Mclnerny- Shoe Store
Just received fsora Alameda.
A new line of
WHITE DRESS GOODS
Member Honolulu Stock
307 Judd Building, ..
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST. --t
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PHONE 812.' P. O. BOX 028.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, October 11. "
NAME OF STOCK
THE BEST IRON
Consumes less cu -rent end tests less than any other
electric iron.'. i
The Hawaiian Electric Co , Ltd.
R- Martallonto ....
'i vCont ft SujrCA .,
Hi vailan Sugar O...
1 1 i lomu rtuajar Co ,. . .
H-tiokaa Sugar ( ..
Haiku Suvar Co ..i...
Hutchlaon Sugar Plant.
KlllllkU lltiualinu to
Koloa Sugar Co
MeRryde Sugar Co ....
OahMi.ar Cf, i,
OnoiTKa sugar Co ....
O kola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co l-'it ....
Paaltau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Smir Mill.. ...'
Pala Plaihatlm Co ....
Pfpvfkrn Sugar Co....
Walalua Agile Co
VYallukuSugai Co .. .
Walmanalo Sugar Co..
Walmra Sugx Mill Co
Inter-Mand Stnm NCo
HonHTft I. Co Tret
Hon K T ft L Co Com
Mutual T.lcrhona Co
Paid Up ,.....,....
Nahiku PuhherCo Ana.
Oahu KM. Oi'.. ....
IMoR K Co,
linn II ft M Co- i
Hawaiian PI trati.lt C,u.
HwTbii Flit Cl
Maw Tr f pc.,.. ..
lllw.Ter iit pc
Haw Ttr pc
haw Gov't pc........
Cl.RKISucft ReICo tfn.
Haiku Sugar Co ope
Ham. Citch Co ,
Upper Pitch a
a Irr.'VGaai pi- (d
iw Irrlg. Co., ia, .
H. w Coin. bug Cut i
HIloB KCo Om pc
Hjnakaa Sugai co. rpc
Hon R T A .t, Co a p c
Kohala Dllch Co. 6:
Mi-brvd'S Lnaaa. .
oahu Rft t.Co6n ..
Oahu Sugar Co jpc ..
Claa Suaar Co 6 p c .
Pac. Sue till Co. 6c
Pala tlaiilatloi Co ....
Plotmr MIIICo tpc ..
Walaiua tctir Co , p c
IS MADE FROM THE BEST GRADE OF CREAM IN THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA' III A CREAMERY THAT IS
THOROUGHLY SANITARY. WE KEEP IT'III COLD STOR-
. AGE SO IT IS ALWAYS FRESH AND OF GODD FLAVOR.
Phone 45. W. F HEILBRON, Proprietor.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlchel
Scratch Pad'ls(the biggest five cents'
worth of paper ever offered In Horn-1
lulu. Six of ,tiiem for a quarter.
Ne cars, careful drivers. No. C. ,
Oct your hat'.cleancd at the Lc.'adlns I
Hat Clearer, 11(4 Fort street.
It you want a good Job done on nn
auto or 'carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carf lago Mfg. -Co. VII Queen St.
For tho beat automobile service, ring
for J) A. Mcheod, soven-seated Tlintnns
Klyer. Toldphouo 609, ltiilo)cnioiit
Auto Stand. '
Vah Chongi Co. In tho Wnverloy
Ulock on llutel street, havo come eiy
fine suitings and 'dress gobds, Just
from tho Coast. "
f..n. ... m luii. v.fa ...111. M t ..lili. f
y VUUb UUI IIUU IWin -lliiJ UlUUIlii
xou win do surprisca ai us cooling
and preservative propertks California
Feed Co., agents.
.Lots for buIo In the Kainlm!u DIh-'
trlct; price from cent pur siiuara
foot up, by K. Colt llobrun, 1M lloor.
I ovo biilldliiK, Fiirt street
Dr. .1. S, Pratt, of tho Terrllorl.il
lli'tillh tiDlco, c.iniu from Honolulu es-
lenlny with rrosldent' Mutt-Siiiltli of
the lloaid of Health. lliw ill Herald
Miss Jano 8. K'lucliiiriilii arrived
yesterday on tho Kj' u after Hpcmllnx
several wcolcs vncutlon it's the khuhI "f
Mr. and frs. J." Ir Sliva of Klcclo,
Mr. and Mrs. Klninr II. l'ltxton of
Honolulu hno been In Jlllo nnd lclu-
1 ly, ilitrliig (ho past week. On Satur-
Wlay they went to the Volcano House.
Hawaii Herald. '
i Attorney Ocnorol IfcmcnNvny will
leavu for Washington about October
nth, where, ho will ruVrescrit tho Ter
ritory on 'tho Unlmtnnluna case, which
wilt conio before the highest tribunal
A flnri lino of jvool sweaters, silk
gloves,'. Md''gfov'es, baby rlbbou anil
silk llslohoslery has Just been I re
ceived by Miss Kate Woodanl and Is
on sale ml her store on Fort street, next
to the Convent.
Hon. Frank precunei, tho well
known Knual repicscntatho In tho Ha
vallan Legislature, has 'returned from
a trlii to the mainland. He was a pas-
tcnger by tho Mongolia, hlch arilvcd
here this morning.
Ocorgo Williams, on Instructions
from Marston" Campbell, has licgun'iie
gotlatlons with J..A.S3fott rcgaidlng
tlio laud that Is needed lor the Illln
water reservation. The land has been
Miblcascd to contractors.
Surfboard riders wero In great evi
dence at Walklkl beach pxterray. Tho
wind was Just brlrk enough tu turn
the breakers jnoperly lor good skid
ding. Many amateur races wero pulled
off between tho joungstcrs.
Tho suit hiought by Mrs. Mj F. Scott
against tho Territory for alotutlon of
Fall Styles ,
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
BE A.C0N, made by Knox, $3.50
King, nr. For
See "Pratt the Land Man."
In bottles, quarts, half gallon and cnllon tins.
QUANTITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
The "Ehmann" Oil has a world-wide reputation nnd
flnleK Hclwpcn Hands: Hi
wallan Sugar Co., 119; 10 Pioneer,
Slhti; 25 iM'knlm, iti; 2o lionok.i.i,
J18.G0; 40 llonokiia,. SIS. GO; 10 Homo
kaa, SI 8.00. Session: 20 Onlm Sug.
Co, S3. .50; r Oahu Sjig. Co., S32.SQ:
40 Ewa. JSO.SO; 10 Uwa. 130.011; 40
Ewa, 30.3n G Pioneer, 1185.73; 5 Plo
v Latestaugar quotation 4.235 cents'
or W4.70 per ton. '
Sugar;. 4235 pis
, Beotsjfs -e'd r
HtNRV WTEWHOUSt THUST fit.
HonoluluK BtocR aid
FORT AND MERCHANT BT8.
, i TELEPHONE 738.
NEXT TOiYOUND BLEU.
ilniw !' LXi-f, ; sag!
178-190' KING 8TREET.
KING ST. 'NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc, Eto. All kinds of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti
ONLY table drink,
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Cash will buy almost '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.,
J, S, Bailey, Cor, King and Alakea.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
"SUNNY JIM" MCCANDLE8S
BACK FROM THE SHRINE.
.James S. McCandlcss beamed nil
Horls of broad smiles upon about a
thousand pcnplo assembled nt Ilnek
fold wharf this morning ns tho' good
fclilp Mongolia was warped Into her
berth after a voyage from San Fran,
cIsco. "SunnyJIm" has returned from"!
tho Imperial Council of tho Slirlim,
which wns held at Ijmlmllle, While
away ho never lost an opportunity of
putting n healthy boost for Hawaii nul.
Mr. McCandlcss has been nway fiom
Honolulu for tho past nine miuitlm
uml tho sight of tho noddlus rocoanuts
looked pretty good tn mm turn morn
contract by the Department )f Public
instruction win no set oy the supremo
Court next Monday. It Is expected
that tho date for hearing will he Oct
, Fied W. Miicfarlnnc, president o!
the Union Food Co.. was tho recipient
of a rousing greeting from Trjunds ns
ho stepicd from tho gnplsnk of the
Pacific Mall liner Mongolia this morn
ing. He reports a successful trip to
the mainland. t ,
Work Is Using ti'unhcJ ,on tho Dia
mond Head road 4iclow tho battery.
which hns been In bad 'shape. Heavy
teaming has; put tho lond nearly out
of commission, and many .accldcnti
havo bcenrciKirted of lato as a result
of tho holes In that section nflliuinu'l.
niu iiauginorsoi iije American novo
lutlon will hold their llrht rvgulnr meet
ing of thu season this nftcrnoou at
3:3ft o'clock uftho resldenca of Mrs
W. W. Hull. Nuiunu uvinuti. Tlier
will also bo n musical program fur tlio
entcrlalnmciit of tho niembers of ths
Chalmers Graham, the traveling ro;i
rcfentallvo of the Vnlvnllno Oil Co,
hns? bocn obi I Rod t orelurn fr.iiu n
huslness trip to Hawaii hcojii.'o of
treatment being rctpilred fof tmplrnl
ulcers. Mr. nruliam hopes tu contluuu
his Jourrey to. tho Fur ICast-hy Hie
Tenyo Mnru. '
Croat Interest thioughout tho city
Iiivb been aroused In the "Ilungiliiw
story piihllrhc'd In tho II u 1 1 o t I n Inst
week. Mttny people havo visited Wal
klkl, and mndo Inqulrea about tho
building of tho little cty of homes over
tho duck ponds when reclaimed by thu
Hawaiian Dredging Company,
Charles Stephens, chief boarding
f.fflcer of tho San Francisco customs
icrvlco Is a pusseiigcr on the Mou
(uilla, on whlcli vessel hu vylll m.ako a
loinul trip to tiu Orient, Sjephens hus
u number of friends hcio and' during
tho stay of tho liner In port ho was
knptprctty busy In renew lug acquaint
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191. The pnly garage fn town
.where you 'can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
Hewn. Leilehua trips a spe'cialiy.
Automobile repairing a snacialty.
Special attention given to the mak
ing of gears and nil parts of auto
mobiles. George S. Wells. Manager.
Tlio new animal qiiaiantlno station
Is now completed, and was visited by
many people yeslerdiiy who wero In
terested in its different departments of
operation. The station s nuo of the
most modern on tho Pacific nnd re
flects gieat credit nu I)r Noigaard, tho
Tfriltoiliil Veterinarian, uml hli nssn
cintns, who havo worked faithfully tn
get It In Bhipe.
A very fine Beach Residence, a
new ten-room house with all mod
ern improvements, nnd nearly two
acres of land.
A choice unimproved residence recommended to the family trade,
sue in runanou uiiinti; gnwiu view
over .Honolulu and suburbs; area
nearly three acres.
Another unimproved lot in Makiki
District; 'fine view and excellent
neighborhood; area 82,625 square
feet; corner lot.-
Another corner lot in Makiki;
highly improved; large house and
outbuildings; very choicest of fruit
and ornamental trees; very desirable
teighborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,500
square feet. J
Another highly improved lot in
Makiki: larce house and outbuild-
jnjrsj fine fruit and ornamental
trees; 25,000 square feet. i
A line lot on Fort street extension,
82 feet 'front; area 15.050 square
kit Will lease or sell at bargain
GOO Acres Maui pineapple land, to
ccther 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 casv
,A five and one-half cere leasehold
in Manoa Valley: four-room cottacc.
stable, wagon house, servants' hous
es: mountain water piped over all;
land planted to fruit trees, flowers
and vegetables, t Horse wagon and
harness socs 'with the place; lease
has oyer 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 bathintr,
beating and fishing; lease has nine
3ars to run.
FOR LEASE A two-storv house
and two cottages; all furnished: on
car line; five minutes' walk from
Fcrt nnd'Hotcl streets; just right for
a meet boarding house.
Pure California Olive Oil
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
Telephone 240. 1G0 King St.'
IN THE ABSENCE OF AN ORGANIZED MOVEMENT
BY THE MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES TO RID THE CITY
OF M0SQUIT0S. YOU HAD BETTER ,
IT IS SURE DEATH TO THE PESTS AND YOU GET
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. LTD.,
COR. HOTEL AND FORTNSTREET.
If You Don't Know
Ecc "Pratt, the Land Man."
JAS. W. PRATT,
No. 125 Merchant Street.
A'lioining the Stancenwald.
Tel. No. C02. P.nO. Box No. 451.
Furnished looms for
70 Qu.iiry St., cor,
NEW - TOr-DAY
'That our sodas arc the best to Icjiiul in the city, it
is because you have never tried them, A .trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
arc in a class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN, SCHL1EFF, .Manager. v t Telephone 7..,
W d. f W
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Thn stork bonk of the Oahu Sugar
Co., Ltd., will be clo-icd to trnnsfeis
fiom October 11th to 15th, 1U0U,
both dates inclusive.
(Signed) tn:o. itoniiiic,
Acting Tieasurer Oahu
1 137-lt Sugar Cu Mil.
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL ROOM.
Illds are rciiuchUd by thn Hoard
of Supervisors of the County (it
Knual, '!' II., until 1 o'clock p, in,
Nov. 3, 1SUD, for furiilsblug all ma
t oi tul and roustiuitliiK oiin school
loom ut llnnalcl, Kauai. Plans nnd
specifications will ho furnished by
application, nrtnmpnnleil by 15.00,
to tho undersigned.
All bids mint be nrcnmpnuled by
certified check of A per cent .of tho
J. II. MOAfl,Ni:,
County itnad Supervisor.
4137 Oct. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 10.
New Cravenette Raglans
Assorted Similes in Greys and Tans, at
? 17.50, $10.50, $12.90, $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 $0.00
Children's Plush Coats
In Red, White anj Grey, $4.00, $5.00 and $0.00
Ladies' Long Sweater Manish Coats
In White , and CarJinal , . . $12.'00
New Styles in Sweater JacKets
Grey, White, Navy anil Cardinal
$3.00, $3.7 J, $1.C.', 55.00 and $0.00
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