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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY. JAN. 10. 1910.
Nfl OTHER BOOfHASABHAHr
If You Want
tp buy, sell or rent
IF YOU WANT
on Real Estate
.) i r
'Pratt, the Land Man
125 Merchant St,
of tlie Season
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
The Painter ,
Hear it at
of vocal and
Has no equal.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
l Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Dldrr. Fort St,
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Was opened with the New Yeail
und all are invited to inspect our
goods. Family trade solicited,
THOS. F. MCTIGHE & CO,,
101.105 KiiiR and Maunakea.
Phone 140, Po. 0. Box 7S5
ear- BULLETIN AD3 PAY "mmT
For n short period only we
'will sell Strong & Garfield's
water-proof boots, 14 and 17
inches high, at $8.50 a pair,
,Thc best boot of 'its kind
Horr.e hide, viscolized, reg
ular $10 00 boot.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A. Stanton.
Ro6m 38 Alexander Young Building
Honolulu, T. H.
Big new shipment,
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.'
' ON SALE AT
,Dr. F. SCHURMANN ,
Corner Union and Beretanla Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-13
a. m P-O p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacle properly fitted call on him.
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Chas. K. Frazi-ur
r'hnm- 371. 122 King St.
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu St. Phone 266.
REGAL SHOE CO.
Kine and Bethel,
Come and learn particulars at
IWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretanla bt Opp. Sachs'.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
lullctlu Editorial Room Phoae lb5.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable, nd Wlreltts, Address
Western Union and Lleber't
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
07 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Box 007.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX C28.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Janniry 10.
NAMi: OK STOCK.
MKItCANTH.K. Hid ABkod
C. Brcwc&Cf U25
Uwa r'aiilatlon Co. .....
Hawaiian A'grlc. Co. . ...
II iw. Com At .?ug. Co. 4,,
Hawaiian Sugi.r Co
Haiku Sugar Co
.V 7-8: JS .
nmcitlnron sugar Plant. . I 17
iuuiukii mtumiion uo.
Keknhu Uugar Co lye
Koloa Sub ir C j . .
McIJryue Sugar Co 61-2:
Oahu Sugar Co 3112
unomen Miigar co ,
Uoxnla sugar Co
oiaa sugar cc. i.tu 53-4
UIOWI1IU o wa
I'aanli 111 SiiSK" Plant. Co. 28
Pacific Sugar .Mill
Pain Plantation Co. Ii 39
Pencekou Sugar Co I .,
Pioneer Mill C lliyji-4
vvaiamn Agnc 1:0 1121
Walluku Sugar Co 207 1-2
wnimaiiaw avzuna 1 ...
Walmca Sugar Mill Co. .. lifts
Hawaiian KlectrtrCu. ... 110
Hon.Il.T.&lj Co.Pref. . 101
Hon. r T. & L Co. Com. . I104 10
Mutual Telephone Rj. ... j )
Nnlilku Iliibhor Co., I
Nnhllco Itubbor Co., Asa. 1 ...
Oahu II. & L. Co 4S
Hllolt. 11. Co . 111-2
Hon. II. & M. Co 30
Hawaiian Plncnpplu Co. . , ly
Haw.Tcr.4 fFlroCI.) .. "02
Haw. Tor, 4 j 100
Ilaw.Ter. ilAZ 100
Haw. Tor. 3 ii r 100
Haw, Gov 'I. 5 1 .... .
Cnl. lleet Smr. &. Hof. Co. G (loo
Haiku Bugnr Co. G
HaniakrU Pitch Co.,
Haw. Irr.Co.. Gs4B nil. .
Haw. Irrctn. Co.. lis , 100
I'.aw. Com. & fe'ug. Co. 5X
llllii It. ft. Co., Issue 100
Honnkna Sugai Co., 6 .
Kami Ity. Co. C
Kohnla Hitch Co. Gb
McUryilo Sugar Co. Gs , . ,
OnliuK. &L. Co. 5 ....
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olna Fuxur Co. fi
1 10 1-2
Pac, Suit. Mill Co. Gs icv't
I'ala Plantation Co. . ,
Pioneer Mill Co. GZ . ,
WalaluaAgrlc.Co.5 ... iioj-4
hales JJctvvccn Boards: 10 Cwo,
J32 to; 1U) Bwu, 1.12.50; 10 Mcllrydo,
ti!37H: i Oii(imca $51: an nn.
'?IJ,f,0; SI'JOOii Knuil Ity Gs, I'IS. Ses
lion: 5 li, SJ2 50; HI V.w.i. 132 50;
U) r.wn, $32 51); 33 Ijwu, S32 50;'1U0
Mcllijdo SJ 50 7 Mcltrvdo, $50; 75
Haw. C. H S. go., $38; 20 Haw. C. &
8. Co. 3X; 10U Mcllryde. $0 50; 7 Mc
Ilijilo, $0 50; 5 PloneOr, $1119 CO; 10
Haw. C. Ii. S, Co, $38.
Latest sugar quotation 4 02 cents or
$80.40 per ton.
S'Jgar, 4.02 els
Beets I3s I l-2d.
HENRV WHTEKHOUSE IRUST (0.
FOPiT AND MEKuHANT TS. -
W. P: ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND R0ER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
Mrs, Stewart B. Duulnr Is comfort,
nlilv domiciled asalii In her uretty
homo nt Isolated Belvedeio, nfler an
cujojahlu two months tilp In bur old
home In Honolulu. San Hnrael, Cal.
Independent, Dec, 21,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
L The Bulletin's Blfl Nickel
8crtch Pad Ii the oiggeit five cents
worth of pape'r ever offered in Hono
ulu. 8lx of them for a quarter.
Tranls Hal.cr la now located at
Union Hack Stand. Prono 405.
Telephone 603 to have Lnuudry
called for and dolHcred quick.
Klne corperplato ongralng and
I pilntlng at Deakhano'a, Kort stroct.
For a good reliable auto, call up
Phone GOD and get Joo Lcal'8 seven
I Mrs. C. L..I)lckorson received lor S.
S. Alameda now Biininicr o:iu. direct
from Now Yoik.
Oo to Blom's today and tukfc aihant"
ogo of sale prices In embroideries,
IlounclilKs nd towels.
Hnu jour hat cleaned. Wo enn
make It look as good as new. Kxperl
Hat Cleaners, opp. Club Stnliles.
Tlmo epeiit at tile Kashlon Snloon Is
llmo pleasantly spent. This placo Is
sometimes known ns tho Two .Intr.i".
American Steam Laundry Co, 13S2
Lillim St. Phono u')3. Klrnt class
laundry work of every description. V.
1). Mclutyro, Jlgr.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will ba sti(prlHfd at Its cooling
anil prescpatlvo properties. Callloiul.t
Fecit CO , agents.
Oieon Btanijia nro glvco (free) when
you pay cash 'at tho stores. Call nt
tho show rooms nml see What Jim get
for Qreen Stamps. Beretanla ur. Kott.
Struck by lightning a horse belong
ing to n Japanese resident of Lnlmlnn,
whs limtantly killed Tuesday night.
The horse was In tho pacture when
Mi.uti' Montgimcry. managing 11
local saloon up to the flnt of tho ear.
has resigned and Is nn.t holding foith
at the Two Jacxu I'at L" Ji Saloon on
Hotel Btruet, where Ii will bo glad to
meet his friends. T
If the Itinerary as now mapped out
by the Hooscvclt party for their ntuiii
to the United Stales Is carrlel out It
Is probable that tho ox- ilscdent will
pass ilirough Honolulu on his way
Among thoso who accompanied her
to the steamer were Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ly Foster Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Hub
ert Hayes Sinllh, Mrs. William Ashe,
Mrs. Henry, St, Qoar and Miss Anne
A number of tlingo who bid lliclr
ndliMix to Mr. nnd Mrs, Harold Dilling
ham werev afterwards entertained nt
luncheon at the St. Frauds by Mlss
Helena Irwin, a life-long fileud of Mrs,
Those who accepted Miss lrwln',H
hospitality at tho St. Francis wcio
Mlhs Mury Keeney, Miss Marthn(Cal-
iiuiiil, nuns jvuiiiiu UdlMllH, Airs, llulil-
wln Wixid anil Miss l.angbnriip. San
Fruuclseo Ilulletln, Dec. 22.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Ilooulu and Hoohi I.aliul society wilt
bo held Wednesday moinlng, January
12, at 10 o'clock at Ilia Kaplolanl Ma
ternity Home on Beretanla stroet. All
members nro tcnuesteil to attend.
Miss Alice Macfarlnno was tho cen
ter of a largo group of friends who
went down to tho doek jcatcrday to bid
her "lion vojnga." This charming Ho
nolulu girl sallo.i on tho Mongolia af
ter a t,tu of suvcrnl months In our
W, O. MHIli-, a bttrcrlntcndcnt on
the Canadian Pacific Hallway, and now
visiting in Honolulu, states that It is
his belief that tourisr travel from tho
Cnur.dlan noilhnest section to Hono
lulu will Increase wonderfully dining
the romlug season, lie gives for liU
reusoii In such belief tho fact that
crops and other business veutiiies
linvo been good In bis section of the
- country, money being plenty and In
7 such, on event travelling Is In come-
auenco, j The bind was busy today with their
Mr, Woolsoy found tho doad body or engagements previous to thu regular
a now-horn Infatit on Kolakiui nvo evei.lng concert nt Kmina Square. In
nuo, juHterduy mnrnlug while on httho roreuoon it plned at AtkliiKon
way to town. It Is thought lo boiiiaik at the Insiioctlon drill of thu inur-
eltler a Chinese or .lapanei.o liifmt.
Tlio matter1 Ins hern tinne.1 over to
tho local police for liiYeMlgntlou. Tho,. Metho list rlmrili near Thomas
Investigating r.mcer statei (but IhUiSqu.iie.
body Is thai of a child nearly nlitDJ William Wilcox, father of Ilobt. ll
mouths old. Tills niiiKes the II fill tin I .cox. died nt Ills home lit Uluna'akuj
bodies In that Iprillly In
less than II', o oars, mil stinngu ns It
may seem, Mr. W'lrey has foiin I
tliieo of tho tlyo.
Another sudden depth occurred vei.
tcrday aflernoon. John Haupii, vvhllu
pluvlng cards tvlth live other eouipan
ionsi rontlnunll) complained of a so-'
vcro lieadaclio. As the gnmo pro
gressed Hnupii mndo peciillur motions
Willi bis mouth and finally fell forwaid
with his faco on the table, When
tliosi.' about iiilsrd his head the) found
that ho was dend. An autopsy, ordered
by Charles llniKwaa held by Dr. Mc
Donald, who Raye tho cause of death
ns icpturo of aueurlspi of tho aorta.
Tliero will bo no lmpiest,
Chief McDullln. arrnntpiiiloil "by n
couplo'of detectives, made n raid on
n blind pig joint ,nn ltlchards street
below Queen stuet last nlRlit. Not
only- did the ofllcers corral tho blind
pig outfit but aim gathered In a bunch
pf gamblers. Tho est iblUhment vvaa
run by Phoney Davis. This gentleman
mado a dash for llbeity when tho old
ccis appeared on tho scene, taking an
aim onto to the ground outsldo with it
Jump of two stories down. "The real of
his court wus captuied, togutljur wlih
evidence thut will niako thu cubu cleat,
Wutklkl, wlio was mixed up In the
Irecout muidor.case of Henr Wethei--
a negro soamau on the shin Plei
ades, was taken' to the Queen's Hos
pital for treatment of n number of
knlfy stuba scattered over his body
TVKN 'before you come to us for clothes
-"' our service tci you has begun.' We've
selected long ago the best styles and fabrics,"
the best colors and patterns for you to make
your choice from,
wear a lot of
Hart ScliafFner & Marx
fine suits and overcoats; high-priced goods for
men who appreciate the importance of high
qualitp. We sell Hart Schaftner & Marx
suits as low as $20; overcoats as low as $20.
But at the lowest or highest price, they're
cheap, because the vake is. in them.
A SUITS $20 TO $35 OVERCOATS $20 TO $30
This Btore is (be homo of Hurl Schaffner & Marx clothes.
SjLVA'S TOGGERY, ,
To I n f oi in those who wero unable to
t'lln iidmlttanee to Thu Uonlnn
Tlica1i on Saturday evening, ow
ing to the hg rush, that this
Ki cut Chinese motion plcturo of
tho, Imperial Funeral of tho lato
Hmperor will be exhibited again
tonight nnd tomorrow night; nlso
n grenl selection of other foreign
subjects of more than ordinary in
to est, and u change of dance by
lillijl Cainpliell Held and a now
seiig by Mr. Shrcvo. I.rija-tf
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. IMward D. Qulnn wish
to (hank their ninny kind friends for
the flowers rnd sympathy extended
them in their recent bereavement.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
Buv LISTED niVIDCND PAYINfl ClllornU ol
klcirkt Many ul 1ti.M IKI.J .twki p.y on an4
1 vT cent. imMiUily JivUfnJft. Hy purchalne
lltlf J HiKkt you tan Mil ny J.y yuu tvUli You
cn Invrkt l.rifr or n all uffl. W will cUJIv tell
yfMi Nwl liw Htd atiicki or jny olhrf California
oil itucka. We are on the f rnuni ana operatinf In
all the Lai lornla oil flelrit. nanjie only ieiii
mat rnirolikioa anj Invite the moil thuriush In
ve-.tlr.aUun W rite tnjay (r llt.1 ol dlvlJenJ paying
ttoika ana quot itlom. Mlilch we will kenj free ol
chirge for three months.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
KiG Oeaiy St. San Francisco, Cal.
A Portuguese named Jaclntho Oomes
wus also gatheied In by tho pillcu,
whom they expect to connect with tho
stabbing of the Hawaiian. Tho Ha
waiian Is noted for being n person con
tluiiully hunting for troublu and ho
generally finds It. Tho whole thing
Is tliu outcome of a Bcrop In tho Ah
I.eoi'g block In Kakaako.
Mi. und Mrs. Bruco Clark Kennedy
of 29 Clayton street, accompanied by
Mil's Hose Khrllck, Mrs. Kennedy's sis
ter, v.ero passengers at tho lust sail
ing of the liner Mongolia. They will
visit Honolulu and tho Orient and will
bp pone two nio;iths. Sn Francisco
Bulletin, Dec. 22.'
Ines, and again In thu afternoon (it tho
lj)lui; of tho cornerstone of Iho now
l.u t Tiiosilay. Mr. Wilcox has been
In these Islands n good many yo.tis.
having in rived hero In IIS47, Itobert
WIIcujc now decensed. who was elect
til the first Delegate to Congress from
Hawaii, and who was tho recognized
lender of the Hawaiian imoplo, was
also a son of tho deceased.
Tho little Min of Prof, (lllmord, of
tho College of Hawaii, caused consld
erub'o alum: in bis famll) by wander
lug nwny fioni the College grounds
Inst Saturday. Lato in the attoinoon
It. 0. Hughes picked tho child up on
Beietnula avenue, knowing him to be
lost. Fulling lo get mi) thing out of
the hllil In regard to the location of
hln home ho was taken to the imllrul
station, Someone nt tho station knew
Iho little fellow and lu a few seconds'
tho telephone brought penco of mind
to the Ollmoro home.
Tho local V, M, 0. A, ypsterdiy
started tho first of their regular Sun'
day morning religious meetings for
tho benefit or Itnpld Trunin employees
who nro engaged on night duty, These
meetings will bo held overy Sunday
morning from in; 15 a. m. until 11
o'clock. Some flfleei. Ilapld Transit
men nttuhl.nl the nitetlng. Paul Sup
er eddtessed them nnd gave iib ,l
subject "The I'aiublo of tun Wind."
The men employed during the illy by
utipid Tinuslt Company havo
asked that similar meetings may bo
held on Sunday evenings so thnt lliey
niuy hau an opportunity of attending.
have ready for you to
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badgers Fire Extinguisher Co.,
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Xeuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munioh Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
Best and most economical soap
for the home laundry. It's healthy
odor makes it pleasant to' work
Sold by All Grocers
fl r i. n
.... . .
Will Continue Right
Through This Week
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