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EVENING BULLETIN, H6N0LUMJ. f. H., SATURDAY, fiBc. ii. 1643.
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FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
Easy Way To Rid the House of
Cockroaches, Hats, Mice, etc.
It Ib tliu easiest tiling In the world
to ild tho house of rats, mice, cock
roaches, watcrbugg, etc., by using the
old rcllnblo Stearns' Rlcctrlc Hat and
Roach Paste, which lias been on the
market for thirty years.
It In ready mixed (or iiro and ns It
la In panto form, there la no powder to
blow awav and get Into food.
Suo that every package bears llio
signature of .R .1. Kearney, and then
)ou will get the genuine; the only
guaranteed exterminator, Uio only one i 111
lierf your driiggts will refund your
money If II doeVnol do the work.
Apply Stearns' ntectric Pasto at
night, In sinks, pantries, etc., and In
the morning ou can sweep up a pan
ful of dead cockroaches.
Use It where there are rats and
mice, and after eating It, they will run
out of doors to die.
All reliable druggists sell Stea.-ns'
Electric Paste: 2 oz. box 23c, 16 oz.
box $1.00, or sent express prepaid.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co., Chlcfiago,
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YOUR MONEY SAVERS
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Down town real estate came to noy thai 4s"'alidJwlll bieee'klg In
the front this week through the sale ventmentl It, Mw-been,i stated, that
of the N. 8. 8achs block to the C. M. lone of the reasonswhy Alexander
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Cooke Ltd. The figure at which the
sale was made put the Sachs block In
the bargain class. At the same time
the promptness with which the offer
of the block wag taken up shows with
what measure of confidence the peo
ple of large means view the future
of this city. After the 1900 boom
the Sachs block corner was describ
ed as -"way out" of the business sec
tion, by those. who decided that the
city of Honolulu was done for. It
Is now quite within the business cen
ter of the town and a most desirable
property. It Is understood that Mr.
Sachs sold on account of his plan
to withdraw from active business.
Daldwln were so ready to take the
agency of MqUrjdewas the-nmount
of money theyj had on hand for In
vestment as -a reut of the plnnta
tlons on thelrllst being out of debt.
Ookala stockholders received a five
dollar per share distribution from
the trustees of that corporation. This
let loose some one hundred and
twenty five thousand dollars that
immediately sought Investment In
the local market.
In the stock market that continues
to hold the 'greater share of public
Interest an Innctlre'llst Is the' clos
ing situation of a week that started
out lively and has In the main been
strong and advancing,
Much trading was done early In
the week In McBryde and Olaa, the
former going to 6.87 Vi and shading
down to 6.25 on the rush of speculat
ors to take their profits, and the lat
ter going to 0.G0 and remaining
strong at that figure. There Is no
reason for tho drop In Mcltryde. De
tails of tho observations of the In
vestigating! party that visited the
plantation have been gradually work
ing out among the people on the
street and It Is stated on the best o(
authority that tho Alexander & Bald
win Interests found tho plantation
In, excellent physical condition. The
generally strengthened position of
the plantation Is shown by the de
mand for the Mcllrde bonds, which
sod on the Hoard the latter part of
the week "nt 99, the provlous sales
being at 98.
Cotton Is receiving a steadily In
creasing sharo of attention from the
thoughtful agriculturalists. Early In
the week Mr. E. W. Jordan and hi
associates received an offer from the
mainland of thirty and forty cents
a pound for caravnnlca cotton, the
variety that Is being grown on the
lands of this Island.
Members of the Japanese Commis
sion who passed through the city on
their return home were also deeply
Interested In the prospect for cotton
and there Is no doubt that the locally-grown
product will find a ready
market In the Orient,
First steps in the vigorous cam
paign for the expulsion of the mos
quito have been taken. An nppio
prlatlon of $1,000 per month has
been guaranteed the Board of
Health from the Shippers Wharf
tnx and the, campaign will go .for
ward on the most approved plan. It
Is. the purpose of thoso having the
matter In charge to make the mos
quito a stranger 16 Honolulu, and It
can bo done If the work Is carried
out as anticipated,
Santa Glaus Headquarters
Toys, by the Car Load
And, Cheaper' Tliis Year Than Ever
CALL IN ANDIKSPECT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK.
WE WILL1 BE-'OPENTEVERY' NIGHT .COMMENCING MONDAY,
LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalraer and Funeral Director, ar-
i rived i.fromt Oakland, Gal., and he is now employed by M. E.
SILVA. "Mr." KentMs ai experienced man in this line' of
baiineu. and. 'as -a.'; practical embalmer has had 16'yean' ex
perience. Miv.L.'JK. Kent and- Mr. M. E. Silva arc now prepared to
lecoive 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 wilr arrive' here within six weeks' time,
M. E Silva's Undertaking Establishment
Night Call 1011.
1120 Fort St.
Among the dividend paying stocks
the advance of Pioneer has been a
feature of tho week. It Is now
strong at 200. The grinding season
was' begun the first of December and
u bumper crop Is looked for.
An extra December dividend of
one per cent has had tin. effect (r
reducing the price of Wnlalua. The
crowd was disappointed with the po
licy of tho directors as it gives no
assurance of a regular one per cent
a month that many bad hoped for
If not expected. The Walaiua policy
seems to be to continue the three
quarters of one per cent a month and
then pay extras, large or small, as
the money may be available. The
plantation has never been In better
physical condition than It Is today.
There Is some expectation of money
being takon this year for additional
Among the- other dividend declar
ations of the week were the notices
of Alexander & Baldwin of the In
crease of the capital stock of Paia
to ?2,25U,U00 on the fifteenth and a
dividend of 75 cents a share, per
month beginning the nrBt of the
'ear.vllalku stock at the same tlnie
is increased to $1,000,000 and a 73
cents a share dividend.
The Brewery has declared an extra
dividend of thirty cents a share pay'
able Dec. 23.
Oahu Railway stock' has Jumped
to 145'and remains there. Hawaii
an Pineapple is selling at 29.25. And
there Is talk of some Yry gratifying
action to be taken by tho
Rapid Transit Co. directors at
their meeting on Thursday. So the
blocks outside the sugar list are well
thought of and represent prosperous
business. It Is learned from a roliablo
taurco that thero wlir be no Incrcnso
of the Rapid Transit dividend this
year. There Is a possibility, howovcr,
that next year six per cent may be
paid oh. common stock.
Transportation has occupied a
prominent place' In public discussion.
A cablegram to V. M, Qlftard, Man
ager, of. Irwin & Co. gave, through.
the R u 1 1 e 1 1 n, the first assurance
that the Oceanic line will fit the
rSierra' for this run. , The contract
has been let and the shlp-iwlll prob
ably be on the route the 11 ml of the
enr. This flttlng'up will cost over
a hundred thousand dollars and It
means that the Oceanic will make a
strong bid for .business and also to
accommodate the Increasing number
of people coming to the Islands,
i On Friday afternoon a meeting
was called by the Clvla Federation to
pass a -resolution calling for the sus
pension of the 'coastwise shipping
laws. The meeting was not largely
attended and was Regarded as a
packed meeting from the outset.
American laws and the American
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Blue Serge Suits
No man's wardrobe is com
plete without a Blue Serge, the
most sensible and serviceable
garment made. The suits we
sell are made of
True Blue Serge
impervious to sun and rain.
Mighty well tailored, full of dash
San Francisco. Tho Hawaiian l'In
applo Company Is practical') Hi the
hands of Hunt Brothers, tl.U co.u'iina-
tlon having furnished the I'.ijiw to
buy out the Haiku company, Willi
tho Consolidated owned In Hsiii I'lau-Cisco,-
tho Industry has u pro ii'i'l of
floating Into thohauds of tin. Kiult
Trust, with the local pooplo indely
puppets who ilo as they urn, told.
merchant marine came In for the
usual condemnation meted out by the
advocate of the suspension of the
laws, and tho resolution passed.
On Wednesday the steamer Wll
helmlna sailed from Newport News
for San Francisco and this port. Sbo
will be on the regular route the first
President Taft has taken such a
Istrong position In his message for
ship subsidy, that It is not likely the
local effort to break the protection
given American shipping in. these'
waters will be successful. Mr. Bol
linger In his report suggested that
the laws might be suspended but tho
President did not Incorporate this
Idea in his message ai was done bV
his predecessor In office.
S O A
THE KIND THAT' PUTS SUNDAY SUNSHINE INTO
THE HOME ON MONDAY.
YOUR GROCER SHOULD BE ABLE TO SUPPLY
Fred L. Waldron
There is .some talk of the market
weakening with the approach of the
holiday season, and the grinding sea
son when tho price oC sugar always
Kooa down. It Is possible that this tnlk
Is Justified, but thoe who under
stand tha-market and (the physical
condition of the plantations will not
sell. Those shaken out wll) be the
bmall fellows and the' speculator
viho lack nerve, '
II. V. Rico Is in town organizing
u company for the manufacture of
bricks by a new process In which the
lava rock is used. It Is claimed by
Mr. Rice that a perfect brick can
bo made from local materials. If
this Is so a very profitable Industry
can be built up for supplylng-tthe lo
cal building-trade and also ihe Gov
ernment construction work that will
he carried on extensively the next
few J earn.
Office of the Hoard of Health,
December Stli. l!Jul.
Reports of excellent' progress come
from the IIHo Railway extension.
The sugar market is stronger than
many had anticipated It would be at
this time. A new quotation coming
In on Friday puts centilfugals at
4.34 and beets at 12s Cd. This, I a
ery satisfactory figure for this time
of the year. Soon .utter the Hist, of
1 U 10 the price may be below four
Thou. McTlghe bus taken over the
wholesale llquuf license held by Lew
Is & Co. .uiid.tlio latter firm Is hold
ing a mark-down stile of Its house
hold goods. It Is anticipated that
when Davles & Co. take posesslon of
the store that It will be made a ro
tnll outlet for the household igoods
of the Davles hardware department.
TENDERS FOR SUPPXIES-4CALI-
HI RECEIVING STATION. BOKS'
HOME AND KAPI0LANI GIRLS'
Separato tenders, In duplicate, for
furnishing, respectively (1), Ui
Kallhl Receiving Station, (2) llio
Ilo)s' Home and (3) tho Kuplolnnl
airls' Home, at Knllhl, City and
County of Honolulu, with supplies
required by each of the above-named
Institutions during the period of hW
months from January 1st, 1910, to
June 30th, 1910, will he received at
the office of the Board of Health un
til 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, De
cember 21st, 1909.,
i' Specifications mid a list of the.
kind and approximate quantity of
supplies required by each of tho
above-named institutions, and other
Information, may be had upon ap
plication at the office of the Board
of Health. Tenders to be based
upon the quantities stated, but the
Eoard will not bind Itself to pur
chase the whole, or any particular
part of the quantities stated, such
quantities being stated merely for
the convenience of bidders In sub
mitting their bids.
The supplies for each of tho above
named institutions must be bid on
separately on foims furnished by
the Hoard of Health. Kach tender
must be endorsed "Tender for Kall
hl Receiving Station," or "Tender
for Boys' ilome," or "Tender for
Kaplolanl Girls' Home," as the case
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with, and bo subject to, the
provisions and requirements of Act
027 Srsslon Laws 1909.
Till: BOARD OF IIIULTH.
By Its President,
H. A. MOTT-SM1TH.
4480 Dec. 8, 9, id, 11, 13, 14, 15,
1C. 17, 18.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ALL KINDS.
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS SUPPLIED.
Wc have n large slock nt low writes. Impoiteil
Ficnch Bou Bous nn J Choeclutis,
Finest in the world nr.de fresh every day.
ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES HERE
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET.
Specifications and a list of tho
kind und approximate quantity of
luppllcs requited, and other Infor
mation may bo had upon uppllcntlon
at the ofllco of the Jloc.itd of Health.
Tenders to bo bJM'd upon tho quan
tities slated, but the Hoard will not
hind itself to purchase the wholo
or any particular part of tho quan
tities stated, such quantities bolng
stated merely for the convenience' of
bidders In submitting their bids.
All bids must be mudu on forum
furnished by tho llojid of Health
mid must be submitted In accoidnncti
with, and be subject to, the provis
ions und lequlrements of Act 0'-',
Session Laws 1909,
Tin: board or hkaltii.
By Its President,
K. A. MOl'T-SMITII.
4 ISC Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, IS,
1C, 17, 18.
Hiy or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works. '
Dept. of Public Works, Honolulu,
Nov, 8, 1909, 4482-7C
Office of tho Board of Health,
December 8th, 1909.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES LEPER
one or tno ery interesting pros'
l'ccU of the pineapple' Industry is the' Scaled tenders. In duplicate, en
poeslblo purchnso of tbo control of the uorsed "Tendots for Supplies Leper
the )eur pioiulses well.
Consolidated Piuuapplo Company by
San Kiauclscn Interests lepreseuted
for t by Mr. Ueutley, who was u-cently In
the city, If the purchase Is consum
mated It means that every leading
The most 'powerful Inlluence on the plueappjo corpoiutlou, doing business
stock market wild be; the cheap ,uio- In, these Islands will be couti oiled In
Settlement," for furnishing the Lep
cr Settlement, Mololiul, with sup
plies for the peilod of six months
from Jautiaiy 1st, 1910, to Uune
30th, 1910, will bo received at the
office of the Board of Health until
12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, December
FIFTEEN PIANOS ON LURLINE.
Sealed tenders will be rccolved by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, J)ei'ember
10, 1909, for tarnishing the Depart
ment of Public Works with 18,000
Un, ft. of U Inch wooden atme pipe,
'dellveicd f. o. 1). ship's tacklo, lCu
Speculations and proposal blanks
on file In the Department of Publto
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reseives the right to reject
Tho cargo of tho Uirllno contained
fifteen planiM ronslgncd to tho Thayer V
I'inuo Co. Tills is part of tho piano
slock that Is being placed on sale to '
the Christum trade, nt a reduction ot '
12 to 13 per rent on standard planet -pi
Tho First .Methodist Episcopal
Chinch, corner Bcretnnla avenuo ami
Miller street, John T. Jones pastor,
will hold Benleoa tomorrow as fol.
Irtws: Sunday school, 10 a.'m., Mr.
Arthur Bobbins superintendent; morn
ing worship, 11 o'clock, sormon by th;
pastor, subject "Heroic Self Sacrifice." '
Quarterly Communion service will bo ;)i
held following tho sermon: rcccDtlon Ja!
of new members. Kpworth LeaguiW
0:J0 p. in., Bubject "Bragging and -
Praying'': eenlnc worKhln i-inTi w.
o'clock, Bubject "Overcoming Life."
Mr. Leo will Blng. Prayer meeting-. 5
Wednesday e cuing, subject "Our Lovn
for God's House," Pbulius 122:1-9. A,
most cordial luvitatlou is extended !.-
all strangers, soldiers, .sailors, amt '
persons not Identities with
olhcc ilj ,
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