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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1909.
A Point Worth Considering
Shoes Are Made To Wear
Here is a shoe a man can
put on and tramp miles with
out discomfort. It is the shoe
for the man who buys foot
wear for all around use. It
will look good on Sundays, it
will look good on holidays, it
will look good work days with
the least care and attention.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cble and Wlreltii Address
Westtrn Union and Llober't
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS' MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock and
307 Judd Building,
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nlehel
Scratch Pad Is the blgfleit five cents
worth of paper ever ottered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
CUT-PRICE HOUSEHOLD STORE
SPECIAL SALE-ONE-FOURTH OFF
25 per cent DISCOUNT 25 per cent
Dress Suit Cases
e Ware Glass Ware
25 per cent DISCOUNT 25 per cent
LEWIS &C0., LTD.,
100 Kins St.
HIGHEST III QUALITY
LOWEST IN COST
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
You, Too, May Have
Pearly White Teeth
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER, OR MAILE, will do the
work and keep your g jms blood-full and healthy.
We have all the tooth washes and powders.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.,
Hotel and Fort Streets.
v . V
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 012. P. 0. BOX G?8.
Honolulu Stock Exchanje
NAME OF STO K Pall Up
Saturday. October 30.
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O'aa butiar Co IJil ...
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Valuta. Snea- MUI
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Haw Tar . c . . .
law ri 4)1 pc
law Ter 4 1 v c.
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Haw Cov t l pc
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lajl Dl ch Co ,
(pprr Pitch (a
Ha Irr- 6a 31 p t .d
Maw IitU cu . r.a. m
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Monakaa Sjga, co. (pc.
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Kohala Dllch Co. 6c
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Mhu Kft '.Coin,'
Oahu Sugar Co IPC.
Claa Sugar Co 6 pc
I'ac Sua; Mill Co. 6c
1'ala I'lanlatinii Co ....
I'lotwtr MI'I Co 6 pc
8alcs Dctwccn llonrilH: 20 l!wa,
$31; S I'n, $31; 70 Onhu Sur. Co..
$32.25; 100 Kwa, $31; 50 Uwa. $31; 50
Kwa, $31; 50 Uwti, $3i.lS; 50 Oni
inou, $50.75; 100 Onomua, $50.75; 10
Onojiipa, $51; 10 Onhu Sue. Co.,
$32.25. Bettiloii: 40 .MnUryile. $1.37',4,
60 McUryilc, $1.37ii; 50 Mcllryilo.
$1.37',4; $1000 Cal. Ilcf. 3, $101; 5 Ho
tiokna, $19 25; T. Ifa.v O. : H V:
$33.75; 15 Has. l'lne. C... $2.12i.
DlvlilciiiU ( t. 31, l!H!i C. Ilrc.
or & Co., 2 per cent; Kwa (special 2
per cent), 3 ;ir .cut; V.ilmnmlo, V,'i
per cent; Ilu'V Klectm li pel cent;
Olownlil, 2 per cont; Him II. i; JI tv.,
1 per cent; I -I 8. N Co. ..c aliaic;
Knliultii, 1 per cent; Haw, Ak. Co. 1
per cent; Haw, I'lneapplo Co., 1 per
Latrit cugar quotation 4.283 etnts
or $85,66 par ton. f
Sugar, 4.283 cts
HEHRV WATEKHOUSE TBUST CO.
Vambtri Honolulu Btoevt md Bone)
PORT AND MERCHANT 6T8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
New cars careful driven. No. 6.
Call and ica Mike Patun at the En
core. Oat your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1151 Kort street.
Mr. ami Mrs. B. A. Motl-Smlth lino
ictimieit fiom n visit to Hauall.
FIn copperplate engrulin; nnd
printing at Ilcakbtnv'n, Kurt street.
The Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Co.
keep your clothes llko new. Tel. 147.
The Ministerial Union will iiioet on
Monday morning In Central Union
Fresh poha berries, every Saturday
at the Iialtlmore uairj or at .Mrs. ,
Sporadic cares of tpliolil fapr arc
teporlcd Irom Kotin, aecorillns l' the
The lnaclilncry of one of the defunct
corfou companlis (in Hawaii has been
token down nnd shipped to the const.
K. 13. lUcl.nriln of Hllo, who Is en
route to San Francisco, was an arrival
Ihln Morning by tho steamer Mntini
Mrs. A. Oartley nnd Mrs P. C.
Jones returned. Ibis, morning by tho
Mnuna Kea after a brief lslt to the
Territorial Immigration Agent A. V.
Ppielstrous was a returning innspn
;:er this morning by llio steamer Man
Manager II. I). TtaMwIn of Makawtdl
iilantntlon, ncconipanled by Mr, nllld
win hao returned from a Wilt to the
Hllo pipers report tint a new sK
lern page dnlly paper Is reiiorted as
due to arrive In Honolulu with the
Senator John T. Drown of Hllo has
rrrhed at Honolulu, ready to paitlcl
ito In the coming special session or
tho Legislature. .
Cent Tour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will tA mirprlupd st Its cooling
knil prpservatlM prnperllM California
Fopil To., irnts.
Not Thursday nnd Friday Mr.
Mathews gtes frcif UK-turos at the
Young hotel on "How to Loam French
or German in Five Weeks."
Lots for sale In tho Kup-ihulu Dis
trict; price from crnl per square
foot up, by B.'.Cottillobron, 2d floor.
lot building, rorjiJrt. .
Mnrstou Cntnpbcll left for Maul last
night to consider problems In connec
tion with the Kula !po lino and other
Territorial inntteis on the Island.
Tho Marathon runners are all in
strict training, and' some of tho peds
aro thoroughly wound up now anil
ready to run nt a moment's notice.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. II. Pratt nro
among the returning passengers from
Hawaii nnd Maul witH by the Mil una
Ken, which nrrlu-tl nt the port this
The walking race to the Walkihl
Inn will bu tnl.cn up In the near fu
ture, anil I hero Is no doubt that tho
event will bo ns popular ns it was
last j car.
Pi of. J S. Don akhho of tho Collego
of Hawaii has been asked by a scien
tific society of Pittsburg to make oh
rervatuus of tho Hnlley comet a hceu
In Hawaii Data on the Hnlley comet
Is to bo obtained In all parts of thu
Sam Johnson who ncrompinlcd tho
Russian families which hau been :i
Llgncd to Olaa nnd other I'lanlatloab
on Hawaii litis returned to Honolulu
by tho steamer Mnuua Kea. Johnson
acted In the capacity of interpreter for
A now nml wry convenient leallet
has been Issued liom llio o.llco of tho
Hawaii I'romotlbn Committee that con
tains concrete Information concerning
Honolulu. Thu printed matter is of
biiltnhlo size for inUomno in ordinary
Attorney (lencr.il Hemenway yri,
tcrdny filed nu answer to tho suit
brought against Treasurer Conkllug
by tho Dreter eituto In connection with
tho assessment troubles between It
and tho Territory. Tho answer is a
general denial of tho allegations.
It Is cxpcctu.l that work in l.i)lug
tho Hllo Itillioad's rails, on tho other
tldo of tho Walliiku rhcr, will begin
lmmcillutcl. after tho New Year. Half
of tho bridge ueross llio river Is fin
ished, tlnniMi a put. of It must bo
lalsed and quicker work can bo doiio
on tho sieouil half than on tho (list.
On, Pergt. IMwnrd C. Starr (
polnted Aug, 23, 1!M!), fiom (Irst ser
toatit, 15'Jth Co., C. A. C ) now nt
Fort linger, Hawaii Tenltoiy, will re
port lo tho C, O of Hint post for tem
do is to conic 111
and we'll show it
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''&lWm"4 J, cif you; just
T7HAT kind of an overcoat or suit style do
you want this winter? All you need to
and let us know
to you in
Hart Schaffncr & Marx.
latest, smartest style. There are no
in the world so perfectly de-
and so thoroughly tailored as
We're doing you a real service
by providing such goods for you to wear.
You can show your appreciation by
coming to see. them. That's all we ask
look at them
take our chances of your
This stcrc is the home of II art Seha.Tncr & Marx clothes.
ttitt -iinaiititcr Mi t
Elks' Bid., King near Fort
See 'Tratt the Land Man."
A very fine Beach Reiidence, a
new ten-room house with all mod
ern improvement, and nearly two
acres of land.
A choice unimproved reiidence
lite in Fnnahou District; grand view
ovr Honolulu and luburbs; area
nearly three acres.
Another unimproved lot in Makiki
District; fine view and excellent
neighborhood; area 82,025 square
feet: corner lot.
Another corner lot in Uakiki:
highly improved; large house and
outbuildings; very choicest 01 iruu
and ornamental trees: very desirable
leighborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,500
Another highly improved lot in
Uakiki; 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 bargain
600 acres Maui pinenople land, to
gether with 100 acres pasture land,
within three miles of the great lini
ku Pineapple Plantations and simi
larly situated ; will be sold in lots to
suit and on very easy terms.
38 acres Wahiawa, Oahu. pineap
ple land, completely planted with a
growing crop of healthy pines; also
partly ulanted 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' hous
es: mountain water piped over all;
land planted to fruit trei, flowers
and vegetables, Horse wagon and
harness goes with the place; lease
has over fourteen vears to run. In
come from products is now- over $1,-
uuu.uo per annum.
A leasehold at Kahala; new and
roomy house; servants' quarters,
stables and garage; fine bathing,
boating and fishing; lease has nine
years to run.
TOR 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 Ilerchant Street.
Adjoining the Stangcnwald.
Tel. No. C02. P. 0. Box No. 451.
CHINESE QRASS LINEN $0.80 a yd
A PONGEE SILK 1.25 a yd
B PONGEE SILK . . v 1.75 a yd
C PONGEE SILK 2.50 a yd
And PONGEE EMBROIDERY SCARFS, with Centerpiece.
QUALITY OUTCLASSES PRICES.
Jk TEN-ACRE Eucalyptus-Mahogany Plantation (now selling for
$2,000) will produce an averaee yearly income of $2,300 perma
nently. Think of it $25,000 every ten years from such a small
investment! This is an actual fact, verified by the U. 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 ncel 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.
We will a. Il Hi. land, no! alock Ion ay raytrrnts If drOitJ) rultUate anj iare f ti lire until
po furth.r altrmlon la r.iulril, pay lai.a anj atfttiinta for caranJ tltr ou a (.uar.nirvj tula.
Wlllalvim ik.l )iir tlmttr If ou wkh for a .mall roininU.l.in Call ani aae nur lilt It- fuinilui,
tool hanJI.a, wagon pam, flo.nl g poltahrl catlntt cxk1, ale 'c , if w ill for furltirr paitl. utara an.l
C. Herbert Diamond,
Special Agent MURRIETA EUCALYPTUS CO of Los Angeles.
ROOM 300 JUDD BUILDING. HONOLULU.
Frchh Fruits find
KENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
INSIST UPON HAVING
White River Flour
IT IS BEST.
Lewis & Co., Ltd., and
Charles J. Day sell it.
-.-- rtin I iT'kj ma pv
cmttt at aaullatt.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in ,nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
Member Honolulu Stock and
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLCU, 176-190 KINO. 8TREET.
848 Kahumanu Street.
.Ii Walter Doylo, tho Intci mil Ilovo
mio auulit, lilts loturncil fiom nu In
Ejection tour nt Hawaii unit Muni. Ho
uirlvyd lht inornliii; by tho .M:iun.rl
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lll'il. VWIMC UW.iy lJ'lt) HUH UlllllVUl'
cil it JiiMirjunt fncl'al hlmuto append
ago that la a marvel to all beholders.
PUo ClilncEO who niu cliargcil with
1'aWiiK can Icil on it Imslucu'i without.
tulcliiK out a llocimp, wuro nmilmio.l
WliPii hU Hcnlces mo before JmlBo Aiiilriulo at I'ollro Court
lo longer rcqulrt'il nt Port Himer ho ihln ininnliiK, hut In tills liiBtuiiro as In
will ho Kent to tho l'ri'tlillii r S.iu ' provlous o.isos tho mutter was carried
Fianclbco for iluty. (Sept. 3D, WD.)
Chas A. Stanton
LOANS & INVESTMENTS
& ROOMS 37 AND 38
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
Honolulu, T, H,
ever until Nin ember K'tli, nt which
1 1 niu it Is expecteil Hint u ilvclslim will
lie fnrll'eouilni; from tho Hupiomo
Tho llnal uccimntri on tho estate of
llio late .1 mios II. Cluiklui; have been
Ilk-! b) William llcniy. tho mlmlnlti
trutor llie iiclni'nlxti itir iliiiisew
li'iiifcHlf with Mlic;' aiiil aslts tu bo al
lowed S17 .'.!
. Mh" i T V Ol-l
$ifi oleia fri.nt tli'ur plslflrt
rtlnrt'! 2'15U' Kalinin' of 'beei'feheil by
tlio nuthniltles woro pomed Into llio
tlieet ut Coluinbiiu, ICus.
TF YOU ARE looking for a life where there is no hard
work in the kitchen, use
It is the best soap made, and it does away with kitch
Get it from your, grocer,
his name to
If he docs not keep it tend
Fred Ij. Waldron
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cal., and he is now employed by M, E.
SILVA. Mr. Kent is an experienced man in this line of.
business, and as a practical embalmer has had 10 years' ex-
periencc, Mr. L. H, Kent and Mr, M. E, Silva are now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time,
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
Night Call 1014.