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EVENING mJttOTIN, HONOMJMJ. T. 1! . MONDAY. NOV. 22. l!09.
Wc arc now opening up a itock of Vitalite goodi.
Vitalite is a Marine production and it of a ftberous
, texture. It is
ANTISEPTIC, WASHABLE. ABSORBENT
It is the best substance yet discovered for soles for
bath scuffs and bathing' sandals. Call and inspect our
25 Per Cent.
Table Glassware and Crockery
Dinher Sets, Plain Tumblers, Biandy and Cordial Glasses, Bhine
wine, Sherry, Claret and Water Glasses, Beer and Ale Tumblers. Hollow
Stem Champaign Glasses, etc., etc.
Lewis & Co., Ltd,,
160 King St Glassware Emporium. Telephone 240.
HIGHEST IN QUALITY
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO VOUNO BLDU- UMBO K
If You Don't
That our sodai are the best to be had 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
are in a class bv ourselves. ,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
' JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager. Telephone 71.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
25 Per Cent.
LOWEST IN COST
Electric Co., Ltd.
and Nonnment Works
INQ STREET. PHONE 237.
& CO.. LTD.,
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlrel.it Addr.ts
' ALDYKE8, HONOLULU.
W.tt.rn Union and Ll.b.r'
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
M.mb.r Honolulu Stock
J07 Judd Building.
T.lephon. 489. P. 0. Box 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
7. 0. BOX CCS,
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, November 22.
NAME Or STO K
Kiri plantation Co ,.
Haw Com & Hur Co ..
Hawaiian Sof r Co. , ,
Hnnornii Sagtt Co
Hotchlvm Sujar Ptii
Kekaha Sun Co- ....
KoloaMiaai Co ...
VlrBivtpuaar O .,
Onhv Sii ar Co .... ,
Ononir uAf Co ...
O komStir runt c
OUa Sugar Cn Ltd ....
Olowatu O.... .
raihauShar Plant f
Pacific Sugar MID
Paia Plantation Co ....
Ptken Sojrar Co....
Pioneer MlllLoM .....
Vtaitukuitutar Co ..
Walmn Sueur Milt (n
Inltr-IManJ Strain N Co
Hon R T A I. Co Pret
Mutual Telephone C
lahlku Rubber Co
Paid Up .....
Nahiku Rubber tt A.
(Win R & L.f.n. . .
Hllo RR Co
Hawaiian P1 wattle Co.
tlawTet n elKtit Ci
Maw icr i pc.
HlwTci ,U pc
n.w icr ih pc
H.w Tcr i pc
Hm. Ditch Co ,
Upper Pitch U
H lrr"' r,4-J p-i. pd
Haw Irrljt Co , 6s. M
HlloR R Co Con 6 pi
Honlku Sttni co. 6pc.
Hon KTalColp c
Iroryo a (... .
!. Suk. Mill Co. 6l
Ptia t'uiitatioti Co ....
r-outtr Mill Co pc ..
Vf iiiiui in.- Co p t
Sales Ik'twccn Doards: SS Olaa,
(C.12H; SO Olna, G.12',-i; 345 Olaa,
IIJ.12U: SOO Olaa, (6.25; 125 Oahu Siik.
Co., $32.75; 50 Kckalrn, $190; 40 Haw.
C. & S. Co., $35.25; 10 Popeekeo, $150;
10 Puiicckco, $160; 100 Popcckuo,
$150; $2000 Hllo U. R. Ch, $100.50; 50
Walaltia, $122. Scan Ion: 100 McDrydo.
$6.12; 100 Mcllrytlo, $6.126; 100 Mc
Drydo. 6.12 Vi; 10(1 McDrydo, $6.1214;
100 Mcllrytlo. $6.12; 100 McUryde.
$(!; 5 McDrydo, C.12&; 5 McDrydo,
$.12'l4; 100 McIIrjtlu. $6; 100 Mc
lliydo. $6; 6 McDrydo, $6.12'; 25 Mc
llrytlo. $6.1214; 5 McDrydo, $6.1214;
60 Olna, $6 25; 25 McDrjtlo, $6.1214;
25 McDrydo, $6.1214; 25 McDrjdo,
$6.1214: 30 O. It. & U Co.. $137; 10
O. R. & I.. Co., $137; 10 O. R. & L.
Co.. $137; $2000 O. R. ft L. Gb, $102;
165 Oahu Sus. Co., $32.75; 50 Wala
lua. $122; 60 Walalun, $122; CO Olaa,
6.1214; 60 McDrydo, $6.1214: 22 Mc
Litest sugar quotation 4.36 centt or
$87.20 per ton.
Sugar, 4.36 cts
Beets 12s 5 Kd
BENItY W4TERH0USE TRUST CO.
M.mber. Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT ANtl MERCHANT 8T$).
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BS0KER.
Member Honolulu Stock end Bond
848 Xahumanu Street.'
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wraoned
ready for mailing, BO nti at B u 1
I f t i n office . .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin' Big Nickel
Scratch Pd It tn. aiggest five cents
worth of ptp.r tvtr offend In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a qutrt.r.
J. Carlo, loan office, has bargains In
J.w.lry and money to loan.
Young Amorlcnn wants position
In office, atorc or wholesale house.
Go to tho Fashion Hnloon nhen joti
want a delicious cold drink, matte
I Send your clothea to Hie Honolulu
Clothes Cleaning Co. for careful press
ing. IHiono 147.
For an casy-rltllng car, Jerry
Rooncy'a Packard. Tctcphono CC9,
King and Dlshop streets.
Honolulu Wlro Ded Co. will keen
epen Its store, corner Alakea ami King,
en Saturday nignts in riuiiro.
U you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Qucon St.
For the beat automobile service, ring
(or J. A. Mcl.cod, soven-acatet! Thomas
Flyer. Tclcphono COS, Independent
Wah Chong Co. In the Wavcrley
Dlock on Hotel street. hae some rery
fine tultlngs and dresa goods, Just
from tb. Coast,
Read Sachs ail today and note tho
remarkable specials for Monday, Tuck
day and Wednesday. Oreit bargains
for alert liujers.
Mrs. Patrick McOrnlh, who has been
under treatment for n cataract on the
to, has relumed to her home. The
operation wab Liicceusfiil.
V. 11. C. Campbell, manager of
tho Hawaii Mill, Is returning to
J Hllo tomorrow by the steamer Mau-
na Kca, sailing at noon.
II. C. Wnldron is among those
booked for passage lo Hawaii ports
by tho Inter-Island steamer Muunn
Ken sallliu tomorrow at noun.
Wnlklkl beach was well patronized
ostcrday by both bathers nnd lottnK
crs. Tho-shady spots nt tho bathing
rosorts arc most Ideal In which to
pasi a warm afternoon. i
The steamer Klnau. sailing for
Knual ports tomorrow evening, will
carry as passengers J. Fnssath, Miss
Iipcr, Miss Wittliigton, Miss Faye,
A, Dtiiholtz and others.
New Athletic underwear, D. V. D..
goods, new shirts and pajamas, In
light weight and pretty colors. A
fine lot of new suitings at Yee Chan
& Co.'a, King and Rethel street.
A. Mason, manager of Puukca T.
Ranch, accompanied .by Mrs. Musoii.
are among tho passengers booked
for Hawaii by tho steamer Mauna
Kca to soli for theblg Island tomor
On last Tucsdaynlght the cntlro
pit at the Volcano was reported a
mass of seething fire, waves dash
ing together In tho center and nt
both aides of tho crater. Tho heal
A lint) line of wool sweaters, silk
gloves, kid glove, btby ribbon and
silk lisle hosiery has Just been re
ceived by Mist Kate Woodard and Is
on sale at her store on Fort street, next
to the Convent.
Among the passengers booked for
San Francisco by the Oceanic liner
Alameda scredul-d to sail for tho
coast on Dec. 1 nro Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. McMnhon, Prof, and Mrs. II. 1.'.
Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.ce,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnag, Mr, nnd Mrs.
Col. Zcigler, of the National Guard
of Hawaii, took tho First Regiment
of that organization to Knplnlnnl Park
yesterday and put It through a course
of maneuvers. Sergeant Fred Dan
croft. Fourth Infantry. II. 8. Army,
uppenretl to watch maneuvers III his
the mllltlu or this Territory.
At it recoct regular meeting of St.
Androw'u Men's Club it w.?s arranged
to glvo n dinner on Wcdnestlfy even
ing, November 24. Tho clorgy will b
cpcclat guests of tho evening. Th
kpeakcm of the evening will be the
president of tho club, and Secretary of
tho Territory, B. A. Mott-Smlth, now
tho acting governor.
Supervisor Qulnn contends that
Ihcro Is no law In thche Islands that
cdmpols tho purchasing of a llcciibu to
tlrlvu an automobile for hire Mr.
Qulnn points with prldo to tho stand
ard of our local nutos which nro en
gaged In carrying pa'ssengerB ns
compared with thoso put to tho somo
uso on tho mainland.
Wanted Two rooms, furnished, for
nousoKecping; closo In town. Ad
drcsH II. Saxto, 137 King St.
Young Amorlcnn wants omploymont
In offlco, storo or wholeunlo house;
experienced. Address 46, Dullo
House; 3 bod rooms; furnished or
unfurnished. 777 King St. Tel.
Detween Kuullunl Homo and Hotel
St., a gold necklate with n black
citiKH. I'lnnHi leluili In II 11 1 li
1 1 11 olTlco. 117-:it
Copyright 1908 by
Htrt Sch.fTner & Mir
Pratt, the Land Man
Has the choicest selection of lands,
in the Territory to offer to those
wise people who want to "get in on
the ground floor" and invest before
prices rise all along the line. .
In a very short time, when you
meet a friend, and commence to dis
cuss land transactions (as you nat
urally will), you will be taving, "I
could havevbought that place ih '09
for less than half that price, but "
Don't be "asleep at the switch,"
but get a "move on" right now and
buy one (or more) of the following
1. Seaside properties, frontages
to suit; the best investments in the
Hawaiian Islands today,
2. Residence properties on the
Makiki and Funahou foothills, the
"Nob Hills" of Honolulu.
3. Some of the choicest proper
ties on the Makiki Plains; houses,
lots, locations and prices to suit your
taste and bank account.
4. Highest grade agricultural
land on Oahu, Maui and other is
lands; size, location, prices andi
terms to suit.
5. Several leaseholds covering I
summer (and it's always summer in
Hawaii") homes and revenue pro-'
ducing small farms, in the valleys
6. Nuuanu Valley villa sites; and
7. Other nroDerties too numerous
For detailed information, prices,
etc., apply to
"Pratt, the Land Man"
Tel. 602. 125 Merchant Street.
P. O..Box. 451,
CALIFORNIA 0I DIVIDEND.
UU blJILII llllll.1 I DMiMI v.mtTiiia !
ttxkt. M.nyi( the llvteJ 1l1n.lt pay one anj
two Ptr rent mnntht dMJenJt. Hy rurchatlng
lltei lnck you can ll any Jay you wish. You
can Invt it Uri?e "' ma1' "urft. W M cUJIv (e'l
ou about theM Ilttfi t,tiKt or anv other California
oil stock! Wt ara on the cfijnJ anJ operating In
alltheCalKornlJhll lledU. Wt hinjle only leRltl
mate propositions an4 Invlt the mint ihormjuh In
tefttlKatln Wrlit t"Jy for lUt of JlvUenJ aini;
atocka inJ (iunUMon, whkli we will rni (ree of
charct for three month. 1
LINCOLN M0RTQAQE & LOAN CO.
t)..u t lCTrt lAitMiil vn rial ik. r .ii.i. ..1
IGA (MJty Slrrrl
Sjii I uncitcn, C.I
MARIE KENNY. FROM SANFRAN
Cisco. Dramatic Studio. l'.i
DOCTORS MEET IN
Tho new labiiratorj of tho Investi
gating station at Knllhi wns visited
lust Saturday by tho members of tho
Hawaiian Territorial Mfillt'al Society
on tho Invitation of Dr. Currle. A
thorough Inspection of tho labora
tory was made. '
Tho party of medicos next paid n
visit to Fort Shuftcr und looKcil Into
tho now sjslom of sewerage that has
been Intiodtucd there. Luncheon
wus served nt Allen Herbert's tot
tugo, ' I
OLD FISH MARKET TO BE USED
Theold flsh inal'liet which has
been lying so long unused oxcept for
u couplo of Chinese fruit stands I"
again to ha muda useful. It Ih pro
posed to turn tho wholo affair Into
u hospital whero persons uflllctcd
with tuberculosis In its first stuges
may lie tieated,
The llonolulu branch of the Na
tional Itetl Ciosh Society has tho
matter In charge mid will ut once
tn lie steps lo bring uhout the chungn.
The tiodcty states that the location
will bti Ideal for tho puipose to
whlih the) wish to put It,
,ptOME AND SEE OU&
- great array of
Hart ScharTner & MarX
line clothes. Yuii ought to do this tor your
own sake to sec what good clothes really are.
These clothes are strictly all-wool; the tai
loring is such as few custom tailors arc capa
ble of; the style is the most correct and perfect
We'll fit any man who comes to us; and
do it right.
SUVA'S TOGGERY ,, 1
Bulletin Publishing Co., Ltd.
F YOU ARE looking for a life where there is no hard
work in the kitchen, use
It is the best oap made, and it does away with kitch
en drudgery. '
Oct it from your grocer. If he docs not keep it send
his name to
Fred L. Waldron
ALL THE NEW STYLES
in Children's and Ladies' sizes.
White, Red, Grey and Navy.
$2-00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 3.75, 5.00,
6.00 to 12.00.
King near Fort
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