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RVEMNO ntTLLttTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1909.
Gun Metal Calf
M. Mclnerny Slides Stbife
Alred D. Cooper
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y ma auw TTtraivvs noaras
s ALDYKE8, HONOLULU.
Western Union and Usber'a
Hawaiian Stchs and'Bonds'
h Bought and SoW
' LOANS MADE OK' LISTED
' COLLATERAL. .
Member Honolulu Stock and
t SOT'Jtfdd Building.
Telephone- 480. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thes Bulletin's Big Nickel
ierateh Pad la the biggest Ave cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
For Ladies' Children and Misses
FINE' DISPLAY IN WINDOW'
.u t v
Pare California Olive: Oil
In bottles, quarts, half gallon and gallon tins.
nill'al-ITVva"m IXTtlTfrv mutiumpi-n
T wiuiHi.w nvnum UUAAIUUClAif,
inc -&nmann uu nas a worm-wide reputation and is especially
ickuuicii-naca 10 inc iamiiy iraae. ,
: 169'King St.
HIE BEST IRON
Consumes less current end costs less -than any other
electric iron. -
The Hawaiian Electric Col; Ltd.
i V -tfc fc i ,
.BETTEETHAN.EVER BEFORE. MOItE TENDER.
K FINER GBAIN AND'REGULAR DISTRIBUTION' OF FAT,
JOINTS AND STEAKS. THE BEST'EVER.
1 U ' A.
i Metropolitan Market
W, F. HEILBRON, Prop. Phone 45.
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Stock and Bond Broker,
8t MEBOHAHT ST..,,
PHONE 612 P. O.'BOZ 028
New cars, careful drivers. No. 0.
dot jroiir hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat, Cleaner. 1164 Fort atrcct. .
The Honolulu Clothe CIcanlnR Co.
keep your Clothes Ilka new. Tol. 147.
Dr. P. P. Frcar has returned tn the
city from a Week's vacation In the
F.'H. Hnyeelden, the Maul business I
man, was an arrival by the Clnudlr.o ,
. this morning i
A Judge S. D., Kingsbury, the Maul
jurist, will, return to Walluku by the
Fall and winter hats arriving by ev
ery steamer. Mrs. Dlckcrson, milliner. I
70 'Bcrotanlft S(., In Sachs block. .
If you want' a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian ,
Carriage Mfg'.Co., 427 Queen St.
E. P. Chopin, a local contractor, has
returned from- a business trip to Maui
and Hawum Ho arrived by the Claud
Ino thin morning.
For the best autotnobllo sen Ice, ring
for J. A. Mcl.eod. seven-seated Thomas
Flyer. Telephone COO, independent
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday, October 14.
NAME OF STO-K
; re.er ai Co..
Pft Plantation Co ....
waiiin Augur Co!...
pnofcaa 5uar Co . ..
Hatchlaoi Sugar-. Plant
K.lhuku Plantation t'o
Ktkaha Sua- Co-. ......
Koloa Sugar Co
MtBrrde Stuar Co ....
Ononwa Sugar Co ....
O kola Sugar riant Co
Ola Sugar Co Ltd ....
Paaliau Sugar Plum Co
Pailfie Sugar Mill... ...
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pctcrkn Sugar Co...
WWuku Sugar C. .
Walmanalo Sugar Co..
Walnwa Sugar Mill Co
Iiilr r-laland Steam N Co
Hawaiian Blcomc Co..
Hon R T a L Co Pict
Mutual Tclertumt Co
Nahlka Rkbon Co.
Paid Up ,'..,
Nahlki. RitMwr Ci.Aa;
Hllo RK Co 1..
Htm H ft MCn:'i. .!....
Hawaiian PI wapitlr Co.
Haw Tat i)t uc
Haw Tar l. pc
Haiku Snjrar Co ft 11 c
Han. Dl'ch Co.,
Iltiiwr Pitch 60
Ha.lrr-'-. f r.. H
Haw- Irrljc- Co:j ci, .
Maw Com 4 Suk Co s K
Illlo B RCo Con ope
Honakaa Suvai co. fipc.
Oahu Rtrt,Co6p; ..
Oahu Suicar Co 5 pc ..
Silaa Sun ar Co t p c. .
ao Suc. Mill Co. Ct
Pala Plantation Co ....
Walaloa pr. Co J p e
FasKionable Shapes that will be
worn tHisr Fail and Winter. You
know they are right because of the
name of the maker.
KNOX, - - $5.00
BE A.C0N, riiade by Knox, $3.50
Sak-H netween Hoards: $1000 O,
R. &L. Co.3S101.:i; 10O Hon. 11) &
M. Co., $22; 10 Kwa. 30f 100 Uwa.
$30.25; S Haw. 8iig.Co $49. Susalon:
10 Oahu Sug. Co., $32;. 100 Oahu 8'ug.
Co., S32T SO Ouhu Sub.- Co.. $32; 5
Oahu Sug. Co., $32.12V&; G OahmSng.
Co., $32.12Vi"; 20 Uwa.' $30; 6 Mc
Brydo, $4.12V4; 100 MCDrydo, $1.12;
5 Olaa, 5; 50 Olaa, $5.12V&; 14 Mc
The bon-lsmcn of J. H. Miller.1
charged ulth asn:ri!l, mtrrcmleri'il him
it) I lie cusiotiy oi inc iiiuiiiciioi cuuri
Watch ' tomorrow's D u 1 1 c 1 1 u for
announcement of big ateclal salo at
Yce Chan's dry goods More at Uethel
and King utrectit.
C. Hi Kleugel. the constructing en
gineer of the Hllo Hallway, la booked
to return to lla'wull by t ho' Manna Ken,
sailing next Tuesday.
Jmlcn' ItoMnsnn tills m'ornlnc crunt-
ed a tllvorco'to Mrs. Jacob Ktinnlao
nu the -ground-of desertion Tho hus
band was not represented.
Lots for sale In the Kapahulu Din
trict; price from H cent per sqimro
foot up, by,' E. Colt Hobron, 2d floor,
lovo building. Fort street.
A. T. Shlpman la among. the passcn
gprs booked for Hllo by tho steamer
Mnuna Loa, which Is scheduled to sail
tor Maul and H'awall tomorrow.
.IiiiIko, Itoblnson this morning ord
ered that' Mfmoel I.odo should pay to
yittils wlfo Mary O. Iedo the sum of
," acr rnonttt allinonyiand sis costs
, Kdtllei O. Silvester Is now at the
Union Barber Shop, entrance King St.,
next Union Grill. Thcro are now tlirco
chairs, at, this popular shop. M.
Among tho passengers from Maul
and HawnUi-norts arriving by tho
Clnudlno this inorrlng wore D, Dearth.
Mra. C. Flanders, C. II. Drown, It.
Qulnn ami C. It.' Wlllurd.
Tho suit brought by l.nu Ting
against E: O. White for $10,000 dam-
Inges forjtho death of hln-son, who was
l.ll. . ...kit ul.lla.n . .!......,. .1(1, 4f.U
Hllietl WI1IIU lllllll II IMl'lVilU .I'..,- n n
struck by nn ntitomoblle driven ''by
White, resulted In a mistrial, tho jury
being tllscharfiOil nt 10:30 last night
Without reaching n. verdict. Tho last
ballot stood seven to flvo fortho de
, Bojal Hawaiian Garage. . Phone
191, , The' only RarajJC in town
'where you tan jet the celebrated
locomobiles. .Around the Island Ha
Hewa,'Lileliua trips a specialty.
Automobile repatrine; a specialty.
Special attention 'civen to themak
iniriof gears and all parti of auto
mobiles. Oeorpc S. Weill Hanager.
See "Pratt the land Man."
Latest sugar-quotation '4.30 'cents or
$86 per ton.
HHf W t 4a-a"
Bawaiiatf Ifon1 Fence' and, Motonfent; Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDU., irO-190 KING STREET. PHONE:237.
Sugar, 4 235 els
HENRY WTFknODSE TRUST CO.
Members Hunolultf BtocK aid Bont
FORT AND MERCHANT &TaT-
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STOCK AND'BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahitmanu Street.
LOAMS l INVESTMENTS
, B,00MS, 37"AljrO pa
ALEXANDER Y0UHO BLD0.
Honolulu. T.' H.
. Tho Gorman crowni prince while
riding In Ida auto through Hip vlllagn
ofl Horzfeldo ran down a C-year-old
boy,-fracturing Ills aUnll, Ho took the
victim to a hospital,
Wanted Drlght, well - educated
young. woman for typewriting nntl
odlco worltj might ti-nln' ex
perienced girl otherwise nails fac
tory. Answer In own hftndwrlt
lug, sating age, nationality, ex
perience and wages expected.
"Ofllccworker,' Ilulletln ofllco.
Horse and surrey; $100 cash. Ad
dress "X Y. Z.." Ilulletln office.
, " , ' 4440-lUt
Pass book NO. 4017 of tho American
Savings & Trust Co. of Hawaii In
tho name ofAne Kenlo. 4440-Ot
White terrier? tail midyears cut. He-
turn to Dr. A. H. nowntt. V S.
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NEW - TO-DAY
Dr. J. Hi Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURQE0N.' ,
Alakea St.( Mauka Pacifio Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12 from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 1480.-
DUNN'S HAT SHOP.
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
Bamboo Fnmifure Made to Oritf.
fieture Fnmine a Spedaltir
. . ' ,063 B. BEBETANIA.W.
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
site in Punahon District; grand view
over Honolulu and suburbs; area
nearly three acres.
Another unimproved lot in Makiki
District; flrie view and excellent
neighborhood; area 82,829 ' square
feeti corner lot.
Another corner lot in Makiki;
hiehlv improved:- large house and
outbuildings; very choicest of fruit
and ornamental trees: very desirable
tcighborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,000
Another highly improved lot in
Makiki; large, house and outbuild
ings"; -fine fruit and ornamental
trees; 25,000 square feet. i
. A fine Tot, on Fort street extension.
82 feet front; area 15,030 square
feet. Will lease or sell at bargain
GOO acres Maui pineapple land, to
gether with 100 acres pasture land,
within three mile's of the great Hai
ku Pineapple Plantations and simi
larly situated;, wul be sold in lots to
&uu tuia oil very cuay icrnii. i
ot acres waniawa. uanu. ninean-
pie land, completely plantsd with; a'
growing crop of healthy pines; also
partly planted with orchards of' fine
ffult trees;, lots' td suit' and easv
term's. " I
A' five and-one-half acre leasehold
in Manoa Valley; four-room cottage,
stable, wagon house, servants' hous
es; mountain water Jpiped over 'all;
land planted to fruit trees, flowers
and vegetables. Horse' wagon and
harness goes with the place: lease
has oyer fourteen .years to run. In
come from products is now over 51,
000.00 per annum.
A leasehold at Kahala; new and
roomy .house; servants' quarters,
stables and t garage; fine bathing,
beating and fishing; lease has nino
years to run.
FOR LEASE A two-story house
and two cottages; all furnished; on
car line: five minutes' walk from
Fcrt and Hotel streets; just right for.
a select Boarding house.
Sec "Pratt, the Land Man."
JAS. W. PRATT,
No; 125 Merchant Street.
Adjoining the Staneenwald. '
Tel.-No.C02. .P. O.-Box No.451.
in Tin: cmcuiT couut, kirst
Circuit. Tcriltory of Hawull. In
Probate. At Chambers. No. 3191.
In the Matter of tho Estate of Her
mann Kaoull, Deccnsed, Order of
Notlco of Hearing Petition for Dis
charge, On rending nnd filing tho
petition of Phllomcna Kelkl, former
ly Phllouiena Kaoull, of Honolulu,
Island of, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii!
administratrix of'sald Estate, where
In petitioner asks that n llnal
order bo made discharging peti
tioner and smetles from all further
responsibility as such administra
trix. It Is ordered that Monday, the
22nd day of November, A. D, 1909,
nt 9 o'clock A. M before the Judge,
presiding at Chambers of said Court
at his' court room In tho Judiciary
Building, In Honolulu, County of Ho
nolulu, bo and tho same hereby is
appointed tho time nntl' place for
heating said petition, and that all
persons interested tuny then and
there appear and allow' cause. If nny
they have, why the same should not
be granted, and may prdacnt evi
dence ns to who are entitled to tha
said property. '
Dated the 1-th day of October.
Uy order of the Court.
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
J. M. MONSAHUAT,
Attorney for Petitioner.
4140 Oct 11, 20, 28, Nov. 4.
King, nr. For
IN THE ABSENCE OF AN ORGANIZED MOVEMENT
BY THE MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES TO RID THE CITY
OF M0SQU1T0S, YOU HAD BETTER
IT IS SURE DEATH TO THE PESTS AND YOU OET
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. LTD.,
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREET. PHONE 207.
SHOW ME A MOTHER
And I'll show yon on? who likes to have her baby have
PROPER FITTING SHOES. Mrs. A. R. King's Babies',
Children' and Misses' Shoes arc REAL SHOES of the very
finest and softest leather. Made on real nature shape lasts
for ignwing feet. Our stock is fresh and new and com
prises 'many new ideas. We invite every mother to call
and see us.
See O.ir Window Display.
SHOE REPAIRING NEATLY'DONE: .
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Beihel
If You Don't Know
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial-case will
convince yon that in the manufacture of soda water we
.are in a class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Bulletin Busir.rtx Office ?honi'25Bt
'Bulletin Editorial Room Pkoue 185,
New Cravenette Raglans -
Assorted Shades in Greys and Tans, at
? 17.50, ? 16.50; $12.00, $10.00, ? 8.50, S7.50. $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 Piush Coats
Tn Red,, White nnd Grey $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00
Ladles' Long Sweater Manish Coats
Itt'Whlte and Cardinal ...., $12.'00
New JStyJcs in Sweater Jackets ,
Grey, White, Navy nnd Cardinal
$3.00, $3.75, $1.00, $5,00 and $0.00
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