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"Cook discovered Hawaii"
Can easily discover the best place to purchase your shoes.
Fori Street is the Place.
SMAIIT. GOOD. DRESSY. UP-TO-DATE.
M..McInerny Shoe Store
BIG VALUES FOR LOW PRICES
These slccning necessities nrc made particularly to
ocr order to cnnplv oar customers' demand for an article
that meets the needs of this climate.
.Smooth and evn Always the same!
Los Angeles Red Ribbon Beer
Costs no more Tastes like more!
Sole Agency for the Abovo Brands.
HIGHEST IN QUALITY
3 lb $4.00
5 lb 4.00
G lb 4 50
712 lb 5.00
0 lb 0.00
The Hawaiian , Electric Co . Ltd,
T letropolitan Market
Mclnemey is the Name.
ladies' Ten Oxford Tie and a Ladies' Tan Two-Hole
(0 GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS
jLewis & Co., Ltd.,
I Cigar Emporium and Liquor Dealers.
pnsjSt. ; Telephone J540.
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LOWEST IN COST
TKAT ARE BETTER THAN YO'J CAN OCT ANYWHERE
Hi THE CITY ARE TO BE HAD AT
ON, PROPRIETOR., ttlUfl. .
aiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
StrWTn v....-' ' ...., o-rocc-r PHONE 237.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Wsstern Union and LKb.r's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
', Bovght and Sold '
LOAN MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd Building.
Tstepftbne, 8. P. O. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 618. P. 0. BOX 628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, October 27.
NAME Of STOCK
r ' wer At Cc
r"r Plantation Co ....
Ik eallan Atrtc.Cn. .
t f Orn ftSuiCo ..
. rallati Sugar Co...,
U mmu uar Co ...
f i mt Surer " . ..
Haiku RuKr Co
Ilutctilanti Sugar Plant.
Koauku ltAnialioii o
i tou ixi
Ketatia Aug- t-n- ......
Koloa Suaar Co
Oabt. huaax Co
Oiioniva Sasar (la
O kola Sneer Plant
Olaa Sugar Co Lt .
Paahau Sujcar PUnt Lo
racincsugar miii. ..i
fala Plantation Cn ...
PeoeekM uear Cn ..
NmwwrMlllUi ,,,, ,
Mshvaa Agile O. .
Waltuca Sugar M II Co
Inter-laiand rttMin NTs
Hon T ft L Co Trrt
Uoii R T at L Co Com
Matual Telephone Co
Hahlko Rt.uber Co.
Dana aft I. Co
Hawaiian PI maple Co.
Haw Tcr pc
Haw Tcr eta ic.......
Maw Tcr it pc
Haiku uger Co 6 p c
Han. Dlich Co,
. Uroer Kllehna
Ha.irr-'V Oaai pc pd
naw irric 1.0 oa. M
Maw Com tbuBLofit.
BlkiK RCo Con t pc
onakaa Sugai co Cpc.
llni RTftl.Ct)np c
Kohala DlUh CotV
MrurrdrS Coaka. ,
8 aha Rft UCo6 ..
thu Snar Co f pc ..
Pac- Sui. Mill Co, 61
fan Planlailoii Co ....
Walama irif Co 1 p c
Salre Between Hoards: 5 Pioneer.
IIS4.75; 10 Pioneer. $185; IS Oliui,
$5.75; CS 01 ail, $3.75; 100 Ilonukua,
$10 25; 125 Hon. II. ft M. Co., $24;
50 Hon. II. & M. Co., $21; $3000 Wal
alun 5s. '$100.75. Session: 5 O. It. &
L. Co, $133; C Pioneer, $185; 9 Pio
neer, $185; 20 Pioneer, $185; 15 Pio
Latest tuflir quotation 4-283 eentt
or $86.88 par ton. ,
Sugar, 4,283 els
Beets lis 7 l-2d
UEIiRV WATERHOUSE TitUST CO.
Memoir Honolulu Stock nd Bono
PORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BR0EXS.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
648 lahnmanu Street.
Chas A. Stanton
LOANS & 'INVESTMENTS
ROOMS 37 AND 38
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLDQ.
Honolulu, T. H.
tntr-!lMid and O. It. 4 U shipping
books for sale st the Bulletin
ofllce, 61 each.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletins Big Niche!
derated Pad It tho biggest tlvt centi
wtor-th of paper avir offered 'In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
New cars, careful driven. Ho, 6.
Get your bat cWnad at the Leading
Hal gleaner, 1164 Fort, street.
Flno copperplate engraWns rod
printing nt Deaktiane's, Port street.
Thu Honolulu Clothes Clonnlng Co.
keep your clothes Ilka new. Tel. 147.
Fresh poha berries, every Snturdny
at the llalllmora Oalrj ur at Mrs.
r.rnest Cropp, of Knunl, lt camo
In on the Korea today, la registered at
the Young hotel,
Colonel 1". U Denny and wife of
Washington, 1). C, are registered at
Ihe Young hotel.
For an easy-rldlng car, Jerry
Ilaoney's Packard. Telephone 009,
Kins and Illshop streets.
E. Cropp. on euiployeo of Mnk.iwell
plantation, returned on llio Korea to
dny niter a lslt to (Icriniiy.
Anything new in the spurting line?
Anything good lo the ilquor llnet Yon
can Onit It at "the Two Jacks."
U you want a gbod Job (lonq on. an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg.'Co. 4,17 Quee,n et.
Ppr the bout automobile sorvlee, ring
for J. A. Mcl.eod, soen-tented Thonia3
Flyer. Telephone 909, lnvlependont
Autb Stand. ' "'
Tho Union Orlll Is to hi-, enlarged
In (he near future, nnd'iin up'tt) ilutfi
lOBtnurant lilted out on the situ of thu
present building. , ,
A. It. Traphsgcn and A. J. llolflnK,
both of Ban Francisco, uriho.l on tho
Kotca this morning and arc staling at
thu Young Lute!.
Hutus . Itibln?on. of the Polk-
Iliutct Directory Co., roturneijjon llfn
Korea tlls morning and Is registered
at the Havwillnn hotel.
Among the returning passengers by
the steamer VV, O. Hall front Kauai
pert "this morning wero tho Itevcr-
ends OUen und Oullck.
Lots for sale In tbe-Kajiahulu Dis
trict; price from cent pictsquare
foot up, by K. Colt Iobron, 2d floor,
Iot building Fort street.
Thirty days for reflection falls to
the lot of Kokaha. an Hawaiian who
has appear) d tpo frequently beforo
tlic Police magistrate upon thu charge
Joshua D. Tucker arrlycd on tho" Kit
rea this morning In disguise. He de
nies tho rumor that howas engaged
by a tlctectlvc agency for special work
during his absence, from .the Terrltor).
F. A. Hacnlsch, nt one time book
keeper nt Pacific Mill, returned from
Germany this morning. He left Ha
waii for China a jenr or so ngo but
found thu place uncongenial uud after
a visit liomo.rntuined to Hnuall.,
A large truct of land In Kiitalmanu
dhArlct llllo, has been withdrawn by
Mnrxton Cninpbull, CommlbHlonvr of
Public Lands. At present tho landn
are tinder lea to to plantations mil It
vlll not bo mil II next enr that the
tract will lie ojiened for Itomeiteadlntt.
A petition for guardianship has been
filed In bclinlf of Chin,; Chow Pong
by C. T. Akjna . The petitioner Is tho
grandfather of Chin'? Chow Fong, who
wllh his filler and mother, nro now
residing In China, 'llio petitioner aakn
to wlthdrtw tho sum nt 5210. from tho
Phoenix S.ulng Uiilldlng and Iiun
Association, to bo liefd In trust.
Mrs. K.i I.oncaHter-Haminond was
siimmonid beforo iJtulgo Andrndo. at
Pollco Court this morning upon tho
thargn of assault and bnttcry. Ills
Honor dellwrcd a fitting lecturo upon
the necessity of a iioper matntcnanco
of pence and harmony. Tho woimn
was granted a suspended scntenco coi
erjpg a period of thirteen months.
0 Poncln, who Is prominently Iden
tified with tho flour Industry of West
ern Wnphlngton with headquarters at
Seattle, is a passenger on Did Koroi
en routo lo thu Orient. Mr, Poncln U
arcnmpnnled by his niece. Miss Illrdlo
Wood. They were shown orr n con
siderable portion of Honoluln"' during
the brief stay of the Koiea at tho port.
Royal Hawaiian Gange,. Fhona
191. The only (rarap?, in' town
when ypu can' rt the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa, Leilehua trips a specialty.
Automobile repairint; ,a specialty.
Special attention ciTen to the mak
inK of gears and all Darts, of auto
mobiles. Oeorge S. Wells.' Hansger.
M. J, Illsscll. well known on tho
waterfront as bookkeeper for th? In-ter-tslaud
ship chandlety stprn, will
lenie on tho Manchuria, with his
daughter, for tho Coast. They will go
from Sun Francisco to Tucson, Ari
zona, where Mrs. Illsscl Is now stay
ing. Mr. Illftell has made arrange
ments to stay In Ailzona for some
time, and his departute from tho Is
lands may bo poimunent. His pres
ence will bo mlapoJ by all who huo
to da with shipping, Slnco his con
nection with tho Inter-Inland people
he lias gained many friends by his In.
variable couiteey und pleasaut man
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Wanted Sublnspcctois (construe
ilon) at $4.24 per diem. A com
nctltlvn cxnmlnntlnn will lm 1ml,l
at tho Natal Station, Hawaii, Ho-1
nolulu, T, II.. Novomber 17 ltipD,
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iur mo purpuEo oi ('siauynuiug an
ollglhlu register of Httblnspectors
(construction). For application
and futther Information' address
"Commandant, Natal Station, Ha
waii, Honolulu, T. H." 44Gl-3t
See "Piatt the Tahd Man,"
A vcrv fine Beach Residence, a
new ten-room -house with all mod
crn improvements, and nearly two
acres of' land. "
A choice unimproved residence
site in Funahou District: grand view
over Honolulu and suburbs; area
nccrly three acres.
Another unimproved lot in Hakilu
District; fine view and excellent
neighborhood; area 82,625 square
re! rorner Int.
Another corner lot in Makiki: I
highly unproved; large house and
outbuildings: vcrv choicest 'of fruit
and ornamental trees: very desirable
leighborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,500
Another hiehlv inoroved 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 tell at bargain
GOO acres Maui pineauple land, to-'
gether with 100 acres pasture land,
within three miles of the great Hai
ku Fineapple Flantations and simi
larly situated; will be sold in lots to
suit and on verj casv terms. '
58 acres 'Wahiawa, Oahn, pineap-j
olo land, completely planted with a
growing crop of healthy pines ! also
partly ohnlcd 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' nous-
esi mountain water piped oyer all;
land planted to fruit trees, flowers
and vegetables. Horse wagon and,
ncrness eocs witn the mace: lease
ha o"r fourteen vears to run. In
come from products is now over 11.-
uuu.uu per annum.
A leasehold at Kahala; new and
roomy bouse; 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.
See "Pratt, the Land Man."
JAS. W. PRATT.
No. 125 Merchant Street.
Adjoining the Stangenwald.
Tel. No. 602. P. 0. Box No. 451.
Entered for Record Oct. 25, 1909,
from' 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 n. m.
11. F. Lewis mid wf to Kllza No)?1-!)
IYhiicIsco do 1. Lopez and wf lo
Fdluniinn Dc J. L. Mathndo. . . .1)
Jon O. nitu rind wf to Manoel Do
Kahaleono llolln and hsb to David
L. Kalf.ileanhu D
Honolulu Library mid Heading
Koom Assn to Uaston J. Holsgo. .1)
Herman Wessel to Hnttie De Files
Martha Merger by Atty to L. M.
Martha Merger by Atty to Lul M.
James V. Harvey and wf to E. K.
Hi-.wn. Fruit & Plant. Co. Ltd. to
Wnhlnwu Consol'd Plncnpplo Co.
Ttoplc Friflt Co. Ltd. to Wahlnwn
Con. Plnb Apple Co. Ltd D
Mrs. Martha E. Hllowuy to M. E.
CIo,rk and hsb Ilel
Win. Weeks to Kona Development i
Co. Ltd iJ
Entered for Record Oct. 26, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
City Stubles & Supply Co. Ltd
to Ella M. James AL
Lillian Keamalu et al to J. Doml
nU Almokn D
II. V. Lewis and wf to Frank C.
Thebav olllco nt tho Orpheuui openB
tomorniw morning for tho sale of rc
senod seats to th big vaudoilllu and
nioliig plctttro show. Tho Wise &.
Milton company return from their tri
umphal tour o( Hawaii and Maul and
open tontoriow night with entirely
rew stuff. Tho rotened seats sell for
10 nud 20 cents, while tho gallery ad
mission Is re'duced to 0 cents Just
think or It!
t a a
BOOZE IN EVIDENCE
CASE GOES OVER.
Tho pioduct of a local browery In
bottled nrruy was Introduced as o
denco In four cases of Infringement of
the liquor laws which wero brought
beforo Judge Andrado In lWIco Court
this morning. Tho beer was guthored
In from nn Ewa plantation oiling
house. Ltcenso Inspector Fennel re
cently paid a visit to tho spot nnd
placed four Japanese tinder arrest
charged with having Illegally dlsposod
of intoxicating liquors. Tho caso has
been continued until tomorrow. Tho
defendants nro out on ono hundred dof
lars ball In each Instance.
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CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
He Kind You Have, Always BoHgut
BULLETIN ADS PAY
YT R A G O O J)
Knee pants lined all through
Knee Pants for
children's suits, lined all
through. All of 'em are
the lining doubles the
weaj and doesn't let the
price know it. It makes
them set wellholds the
shape doesn't add to the
weight, , but just to the
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER, OR MAILE, wiU do the
work and keep your gums blood-full and healthy.
We have all the tooth washes and powders.
A TEN-ACRE Eucalyptus Mahcgany Plantation (now selling for
$2,000) will produce 'an average yearly income of $2,500 perma
nently. Think of it $25,00 J every ten years from such a small
investment! This is an actual feet, erifled by the IT. S. Govern
ment and State of Cal. Forestry authorities.
YOU couldn't find a better or safer investment, especially for an
absentee landlord, as these trees need no attention and sprout
from the stumps immediately after cutting. Our Plantations will,
be worth from $2,500 to $3,000 per acre' in a few years.
Wa will icll the land, ttntftixk fi,n caiy raytretita II JcalrcJJ. cultivate ani care tcr the treat until
nn further attention U require.!, ray taxet anl attMtinenta Utr 4 yeara an five you a f juaranleei tula.
Win also market your tlmtvr It you wlkh for a amall commlttlon Call ani tec our exlilbll furnltute,
tool hanjlet, wagon pattt, Hooting, folltriea cabinet woojt, etc, etc ,br write for further pirtlcutari an J
C. Herbert Diamond,
Special Agent MURRIETA EUCALYPTUS CO of Los Angeles.
ROOM 30G JUDD BUILDING. HONOLULU.
The best that's made.
HENRY MAY & CO.,' LTD.
Agents. Phone 22.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
King near Fort
& CO.. LTD.,
INSIST UP0 NHAVING
White, River Flour
IT IS BEST.
L:vis & Co., Ltd.. and
Charles J, Day sell it.
"t j, if e"rd Bulletin.
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