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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 03, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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If You Want
to buy, sell or rent
on Real Estate
"Pratt, the Land Man"
125 Merchant St.
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of the Season
A Little P,unt
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
ARMY AND NAVY
Olio of Hit) leading mine-lay Ing ex
pcrth. In tlio world. In llio iierson of
Captain Flunk K. Ferguson of the
Coast Artllleiy, la accompany lug (Jen
oral llany an aide. Captain Ferguson
pliuid Ihu mines In New Yoik liarlur
mid waH then transported to Sun Fran
cisco 011 the mine laying ship Arm
Itiigf. In Sim Francisco harbor and
tliiiiuglmiit the witters thut approach
it mines wcio placed by Ciptnin Fer
guson. The dofeiiKU of San Fruuclsco
harbor na far as mlnea are concerned,
Ih wild to ho peifect. This fact was
tiktnl llnheil b) making xevcrnl trials
of exploding mines and all woikud to
peifi'Ctlon. 'llie leuululug minus
have been sunk to u meat depth ko
that passing vessels will not bo Jco
pttidlzcd. So peifect ImVo anango
meuts been made thut these siiuken
mlnea can ho brought to the suraco
mid he In leadlueea to visit destruc
tion on nil enemy within foity eight
hours after war Is declared.
For a short period only we
will sell Strong db Garfield's
water-proof booti, 14 and 17
inches high, at $850 a pair.
The best boot of its kind
'Horse hide, viicolitedree
ular $10.00 boot.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, December il.
NAM P. OF STOCK.
C. Iliower&Co ,
j i:wn Plantation Co
32 1 2
Hawaiian Agrlc. C
I law. Com. & .iug.jCo. ...
Ilunoimi Suga ' Cc
I lonukan Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Srgar Plant. .
Kiilitiku Planutlon Co. ...
Kvkalia Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Ouliu Hugar Co
Oliomoa Hnxa Co ,,
Ookala Sucar Cov.
Ol.ta Sugar Cc. Ltd
l'aauhau Suku Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
P: la Plantation Co
I'ppepkeo SuKar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalun Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Bugar Mill Co. . ,
Inter Island Steam NiCo.
llawall.m Klettrlo. Co, ...
Hon. H.T.ft I, Co, Prof. .
H011.R.T.&L Co. com..
M ut ual Telephone Co., . . .
Kahlku Itubbgr Co., Abs. .
Oaliu It. & I Co
Hon. U. & M. Co ,...
Ilawrllan Pineapple Co. , .
Haw.Tcr.4 tFlcpCl.) ..
Cal. Beet Sug. & lief. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. C
Hamakui Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Ca
Haw. Irr.Co,Cu4G pd. .
Haw, Irrgtn. Co.Gs
Haw. Com. & Sue Co. B
lllloIt.lt. Co., Cnn.G ...
Honokaa Sugai Co , 0 . .
Hon. M.T. I.. Co. ft 4 ...
Kciluila Dltcli Co Cs
McBryde Sugar Co.Cs . . .
Oaliu Sugar C. 6
Pnc.Su'. MM Co.Gs
P.ila Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. G
Wulalua Asi ic. Co. 5,. ..
as 1 1
Sales Between Boards,: CO Kwu,
$32 SO; 30 Haw. Sug. Co, $52; 10 Haw.
Su; Co, ."2; 25 Haw. Sue. Co.. 952;
Walalua, $121 : 50 Haw. C. & 8. Co ,
$38; 100 Haw. C. & S. Co, $39; 50
Haw. C. & S. Co, $34; $1000 Haw. Irr.
Co, C, $100; $1000 Haw, Irr. Co. Ca,
$100; 22' Hutthllinon $17; CO Plo
nncr. $I9C; ICO Kwn $32.50; 20 Ewa,
$32 CO; 25 Hon. 11. & M. Co.. $22; 25
Hon. 11. & M. Co., $22; 15 Hon, 11. &
M. Co, $22; 100 Haw. Pine, (eif IJIv.).
$30; $10 000 llllo It. it. Kx Ca, $95;
$5000 Illlci It. It. Ex lis, $95; $32 000
llllo It. It. K. fie, $95; $3000 llllo Jt. It.
Hx ts. $95; 110 Kwa $32 50; COO Paau
hail. $28 37'; in Haw. c. & S. Co,
'$37; $10 000 llllo It. It. Ca. $100.25;
$5(100 OKia Cs $l00.25j $5000 Olaa Cs.
$100.25; 10 Ouome.i $51; 40 Onomea,
$51; 34 Oaliu Sug. Co., $33.
Memo Tlio December summary Is
of transactions to Dec. 24, 1909, tlio
board being in recoils frcm that date
to J.hi 3, ,1910. .
Notices. Honolulu, Dec. 24,1909. At
n nieilli!,; this date it was votod by
the dlrtctnru to place the dividends of
Haw,' Ag Co. nt $t per shuro per
month, beginning Jan, 31.
Dec. 29, 1909. At a mooting this
date It was voted by the directors to
)lace the dividends of II-Minmu Sug.
Co, nt $1 per share pel month, be
ginning Jan. 5, 1910,
Dec. 31, 1909; Per cattle advice tlio
monthly dividend of Haw. C, & S. Co.
will bo 25c per share, beginning Jan.
Dividends Dec, 31, 1909: C, Brow
er & Co, $2 share; Uwu (40c special),
COc share; Walnunalo, $2 c6 shaie;
Haw, Oectrlc, 75c sharo; Olowulu, $2
bhare; Hon, B. & M. Co, $20c share;
I. I. S. N. Co, C5c sharo; Kahuku, 20c
share,' Haw, As, Co, $2 sbaroj Haw,-
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EVENINO BtLLETIN, HOKOT.tJLO. T. H. MONDAY, JAN1. 3. 1910. . . .sSgrfJ
Pineapple Co, JOc slime, tlou. It T.
& L. Pfd (Seml'Auniial) $3 share
lion. U. T. & U Com. (CJuar.), $1
ahnre, Jan 1,1110! Haiku, 75c share
Pala, 76c share, Pioneer, $2 share.
Litest sugar quotation 4 02 cents or
$4)0.40 per ton.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's Big Nickel
Scratch Pad Is trie oiggest five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Furnished house of fifteen rooms for
rent. See ud this issue.
Telephone 603 "to hae Laundry
called for and delivered quick,
Fine copperplate engraving and
pi luting nt Beakbane's, Fort stieeL
All styles of garments arc on aalo nt
Whitney & Marsh's underwear sale.
Don't miss the bargains In muslin
underwear .nt Whitney & Marsh's
Blom's sale of sheeting and shoots,
pillow cases and pillow casing today
will bo a good one for the hujers.
Xmas cards, calendars and souvenirs
at HIJl's curio stores, cor. Alakca and
Merchant Sts. and Postofllco lane.
Hate .your hat cleaned for Xmas.
We can make It look as good ns new.
Expert Hat Cleaners, opp. Club Slhla.
Time spent nt the Fashion Saloon Is
lima pleasantly spent. This place 14
sometimes known na tlio Two Jao'a.
.Manager Brown of the Dearborn
Drii and Chemical Co. wilt nrrlvo
homo February 1 from bin trip to Chi
cugo. Wah Chong Co. In tho Wnvcrley
Block on Hotel street, huto somo very
flno suitings mid dress goods, just
from the Coast,
Coal your Iron roofs with "Arabic.'
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co . agents.
Special services were conducted on
New Year's Da) at Oaliu prlton under
tho auspices of the' dlffeient denom
inations throughout tho city.
The Diamond Head J. A, C. scries
may start next Sui)dny; tho Athletic
Park diamond was too muddy alto
gether yesterday for playing ball.
Orcon stamps aro ghen (free) when
you pay cash nt the stores Call at
the show rooms and see what you got
for drcen Stamps. Berelanla ur. Fort.
Yesterday morning the Chinese Mln
crs had n good game of baseball, mid
It was hetwotu the, A nnd B teams.
Tho latter nlno won by a scoro of 8
a aaa ii !! in. mmrmm
Of 1910 Styles
i Ladies' Waists
SALE NOW ON
Advanced shipment of the new style Waists from a
reliable maker. The values are exceptionally Rood at the
cost to us. In order tc promote live business for the be
ginning of the new year, we have marked such small
profits on every Waist that there should be very little
trouble in making a speedy turn-over.
The Lines Comprise the
Correct Ideas for Spring
In Net, Batiste, Messaline, Taffetta
etc. in Many Styles and all sizes.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
A new assortment, stylish, up-to-date styles.
Sugar, 4.02 cfs
Beets 12s 4 1-21
MENIty WAfERilOUSE TROST 0.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bone
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber'a
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOAN)) MADE, ON LI8TED
Member Honolulu Stock and
S07 Judd Building
Telephone 489. p, O. Box C07.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
F. 0. BOX CS8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
tlu LISTED DIVIDEND PAYIVS CJUnrnli i.l
ttnrU. Mny of lh I Me J Mia It. pay tw nj
Mo prr ctnt. mcmlhl) JlUJmJi. fly r-tmliatlnc
lltl ilorkl u n wll any Ja you lli. tou
(n lnvl Ur or null ium. Wt III ill Jly ivll
jihi Abnut the litttfj klovk or any nthtr CallfornU
oil tocki. wt arc on the srouni and or-rrjilng la
II the Cal fornla oil Held. . lianJK only Irilll
man rrrnIUni anJ lnlu the mol ibfojcriln
vtttlrailun Wilu l Jay fnr IUI ol JlvlJ.nd .)ln
imrka anJ qiiouiloni, which lll wnj Irrt ol
char for thrra months.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
ICC deary. St. San Francisco. Cal.
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'T'HE more you look them
Over, the less likely you
are M overlook Ederheiiiief
EJerhcimer, Stein tc Co.
Members of Committee
Scientists throughout tho whdle
wm Id are pointing to Honolulu us
the one place from which llalley's
ro-iiet may bo viewed to the best
advantage. Not only is tho atmos
phere clearer hero than in any other
pint of tho globe, but climatic condi
tions are much mora favorable for a
piolouged study of this wonderful
pheiiomenn. The CoJIcge of Hawaii
has ull thn Instruments noressary
with which to view this comet, but
ut present these aro rotting in their
warehouse Just because tho gdneral
public will not come for Ward and
lend ther help and, nld in having,
these same Instruments set up, even
in n temporary building.
These instruments wero ghen to
tho College of Hawaii by tho Fed
ora) government nnd cost (10,000.
They comprisa a full set for the
study of rounds nnd other heavenly
wonders and only await the gener
osity of the public Ut be erected.
considering the publicity that Ho
uotulii'aiid the Terrlfory Is being
given by the outside world, it does
not redound to her credit to unnear
backward whpn such a remarkable
event is to ho noted by the scientific
Halloy's comet will he visible to
the naked eye from Jan. IS until
May g. Thero are only n few dnys
left In which ,to erect a temporary
observatory if observations are to
he made from tho very first uppeur
nnco of this heavenly visitor
until It fades uway into space again.
The sum required to erect this
temporal y building will bo J1.000.
The obsj-evutory committee has al
leady been promised $650, most of
this being held by the different
newspapers of Honolulu who have
acted as collectors. This commit
fl 1 '
They're the niftiest; th$ cle
vfctest, the smartest apparel
ever planned for young men.
They're made in the young man's way
and in chough different models and
fashions to give you a good chance to
be exclusive. Prices start where quality
can be guaranteed and the guarantee
isn't jnst a start- it lasts to the end
of the wear. v
4 -i - ,
tee Is' made up of iho following
named gentlemen: Kmll A. Berndt,
chairman; Z. K. Myers, W. h. How
ard. K, A. Douthltt and Prof. V. A.
Bryan, These feel that it Is of such
vital importance to Honolulu that
this observatory be erected that let
ters have been addressed to the, Su
perintendent of Public Instruction In
order that the principals of the vari
ous schools may be given nn oppor
tunity to interest their pupils.
A letter has also been sent, to the
Hawaii Promotion Committee, ask
ing for financial support; but this
body replied that as they aro hand
ling only money subscribed from
other public bodies, tbe were had-
ly in q position to grant any nnan-
clal aid. They, however, were
heartily in sympathy with the
movement, and would' refer the mas
ter to the parent body, yls., the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce.
Prof. M..M. Scott, principal of the
McKlnley High School, and U. U.
Baldwin, principal of the Kauwelu
High School, have also been sent
copies of this leter, which have
been exchanged with the department
of Public Instruction.
Society ladles of this city have
for somo time past been agitating to
have afternooi classes opened for
astronomical study, am many hae
already sent In sums of money to
further (his project. The Col lego
of Hawaii expects to havo a class
room for this purpose, but this will
cost an additional sum of money,
over nnd ubout the 1),000 to bo
spent on the temporary building to
house the Instruments.
So buckwurd have the geueriil pub
lic been in providing means for this
observatory that scientists from
other parts of the world ro bringing
their own Instruments and will erect
tholr own observatories. This will
not odd to the honor paid Honolulu
by such- visits when the outside
world Is mnde aware of the fact that
$10,000 worth at Instruments are
lying Idle and only require to be
erected, but that the people of this
Island were too selfish to come for
ward and provide means for haiug
the same put lu positlou to view a
Lomet that will Ir. all probability
uever be viewed again by people of
Tiiej ommlttee or tho WaUlae
Kalmukl Palolo Improvement Club
, f.. ,W '
deplore the fact of holding up the
I general public for funds by begging.
They feel that It should he spon
taneous on the part of the well
wishers of the Territory. That ihey
(re not discouraged Is evident from
the fact that Kmll A. Borndt and his
committee are determined to sub
scribe the balance amongst them
selves In the event of the full $1,
000 not being forthcoming. They
havo only retrained from so doing In
crder that the public may be given
mi opportunity to do Its part in hav
ing these Instruments erected.
This committee will meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon to finally dis
cuss the situation und see If soma ar
rangement cannot be made whereby
the people may be brought to see the
Importanie of having this observa
Bupcnlsor and Mrs. Andrew E. Cox
yesterday entertained a large number
of their friends at a Hawaiian luau
which they gan at their beautiful
homo nt Walalua. The celebration waa
In honor of the completion of the new
house. Tho dining room and tho sitting
room were artistically adorned with
pots of maidenhair and other tropical
Among the guests wero Col. and
Mrs. C. P. laukea, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Jurret, Miss Annie Kosu, Mrs. Morton,
U. A. .Murnliv. Menutv Rharirr rtaoa.-
Cox. and several friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Anarew uoi received me congratula
tions ol their, guests who enjoyed tho
aina nospiiaiuy oi tneir nosts.
After, teh luau Mrs. Cox, assisted by
Mrs. laukea and Mrs. Jarrvt, served
the refreshments. ,
Two or three bedroom cottage; un
furnished; pnt reasouuble. Ad
dress J. K..M., tbls office, 607-61
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Furushed house; 1G rooms; $30; at
Wulklkl, Apply Cor. Itlchaide
and Ueietunta, 4&0T-81