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BVENINO nUl.LETIN, nONOI.TTLO. T. 11., SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1D10
LOCAL AND GENERAL
T and asR us to fit you
II 111 fill
111 out in a Pa'r I
HANAN SHOES I
kthen we will know that you M
GssSbs. want stylish, shape- yW
pllfr 'y comfortable shoes ifi
M'lnerny Shoe Store
t I nni inn nnnnv unmrn
rULILt LUUKI NUllS
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlreleu Addrett
Western Union and Lleber's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock nd
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. 0. Box 607.
I The Bulletin'1 Dig Nickel
' Scratch Pad It the otggett five cent
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
, lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
Stock and Bond Broker,
B3 MERCHANT ST.
F. 0. BOX 528
If You Want
to buy, tell or rent
IF YOU WANT
on Real Estate
'Pratt, the Land Man'
125 Merchant St.
of the Season
, I9O9- I9 IO
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
Must of the cases on tho Police
I Court calendar this morning we're scut
I over to future dates.
Tom Oooscmnii, who was chaired
I with tisumiltliiK Ills wife, feet 11 kuvciu
reprimand from Judge Andrade and
I was released. Atitcuio Correa, who
nisu was mixed up in uu assault case
was alio f to depart ns the prorccti
ttuu did not wish to press the charge.
S. Shoba, proprietor of tho Hawaii
Shlnpo, had no license for carrying
on 1:1s business, mill ho was up before
tho court. Ills cane was continued
Mil January 21.
Pong Cheo San. for a Bimllnr of
fenso against tho licensu law, hail to
pay $3 costs of court. Ilo had taken
out a license slncu helm;, arrested.
Sain Wo, a countryman of Pongs, was
treated tho en mo way by Judge An
drado. Mnlka Palatila, who la aliened In
have used some fierce language, will
have to explain mutters on Monday
next to (he coutt.
A man named 1'eler Needs, who
claims to be a IlclKlan, Is In custody
at tlie police station on a very serious
charge. He was nrresled lust night
ami will appear In court 011 Monday
Stiglmutn, i Japanese who assaulted
another Jupaneso jestorda) afternoon
was fined $15 and $1 coals. This com
pleled tho calendar for the day and
tho court adjourned.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, January 15.
NAMK OF STOCK.
MKHCANTII.B. Hid Asked
C. Urewer&Co 1 .
Uwn Plantation Co I 11 1 111.2
nn...nll.., A.,.-l r.. A7 '.
itunuiiminhi-vu ,jaj j
Haw. Com. it iwv,. Co. ... i js 1-2 3H
iiawauuii ousi.r 111. . . a,
Honomu Suga Co ' .
llonokaa Sugar Co , 21 -i
Haiku Sugar Co :
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . 1838
KnnuKu i'lanutiou uo. ... 1 .,
Kolon Sugar C
McUrydo Sugn Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea Suga- Co
Ooknla Sugar Co
Olau Sugir Co. Ltd
Paauliait Sug.t Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
l'ala Plantation Co
Pupcckeo Sugar Co.
(',i ' 'W
Pioneer Mill Co 12021-;
' "j.i'OET OUR PRICES
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Younjc Buildlnu
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Bide. , Fort St,
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Tomorrow moinlug at 11 o'clock the
wren and Petri boat race will start
fi mil tho rfyrtla IJoat Club. Tho race
will be Hailed under tho nusplccs of
tho Honolulu Yacht Club ami seen
of the small bouts will take part In II.
The following boats nave entered
for llio race: Pearl, I Hough; Ivy
Peiday; Viking, Mjhre; Roaring aim
let, II. Henry: Oalloplng Mniy, Jack
Densliani; Dancing Sally. J. stone,
and an unnamed boat, which will be
headed by Ray Illetow, t
The course will bo decided upon to
morrow morning us noon as tho Judges
see what bind of wind there Is. This
will be the third package race. Tho
first was won by I,. Hough, nnd tho
second was declined no race, owing
to a boat capsizing beroru tho finish.
Those burglars who got $4000
f 1 0111 a New Y01U shoo storo must
nlso have kept themselves Informed
011 the effect of tho now tariff. In
DR. M. E. GROSSMAN.
lias returned and resumed practise
at his office on Alakea street.
We are now in a position to de
liver to all parts of the Territory,
and beg- to advise that we give fam
ily orders our special attention.
TH0S. F. MCTI0HE & CO,
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND"
Walalua Agrlc Co,
Wnllukti Sugar Co
Walinanalo Susar Co
Waimea Sugar Ml I to. . .
Inter-Island St-am N. Co.'
Hnvvntlnn Electric. Co. . . .
Hon.-n. T. & I; Co.. Pref. .
Hon.U.T.&L Co. Coir...
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Nahiltu Rubber Co.,
Nahlku Rubber Co., Ass. .
Oahu 11. & L. Co
Hllo R. n. Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Cu. . .
Haw.Ter.r: (FlroCI.) ..
Huw.Ter. 4V4 ,....
Haw. fjov'l. 554
Cnl. fleet Sug. & Rcf. Co. I!
Haiku Sugar Co. C
Homnkua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Cs
Haw. Irr.Co.,Cs45 pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.,Cs
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo II. It. Co.. Issue 190
Hllo R.R. Co., Coil.CZ ...
Honokna Sugai Co., 0 ..
Kauai Ry. Co. Cs
McUryde Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Oaliun. &I..C0. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
I.ic. Sue. Mill Can
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 0
Buy LISTED DIVIDEND-PAVINO Calllornia ol
stock. Many ut ttieie llttej Mucks ray one ana
two rrr rent, monthly dltiJrnJs. Py purchailnip
4 itucks you lan Mil any d.y vtiu wlhh, luu
llt4 itucks you lan Mil any da:
can invest large or ainaii tuini.
iy vtiu wlhh,
nu atMiut ttieke IlileJ tttirki itr anv ntlivr Calllnrnla
oil fcliKkf . We ar nn the gruuna anj oprr.linf 111
alt the Cal futnla oil llel.lt. We hanale only lenltl
mat prupuilloiii ani invite the moil thoruji-h In
eitiiratlon Will Uay lor llt ul JlvlJvna pailnc
ituiku anj q'uotilloiu, MhKh Ke m lt M-iU lire ol
charge tor three imnth. " i
LINCOLN MORTOAOE & LOAN CO.
ICC Oeary St. San Francisco, Cal.
Sales Session: SO Puauhuu, $29;
35 Pauuliuil (3 E), S29.J2W; 50 Olau
SC.25; 15 Olau, 10.25; 100 McUryde.
JT.25; 100 McUryde, $7.25; 100 Mc
Uryde, S7.25; 10 Hutchinson, 118.3715!
20 Hutchinson, $18.5(1; 5 Hutchinson
$18.D0; 22 Huw, Pine. Co., $29; 5 Haw.
C. & S. Co., $38.50; 30 Huw. C. & S.
Co., $38.50; 15 Ohm, $0.25; 20 Hono
kna, $22; 60 Kwa, $34 f 10 Bwa, $34;
40 Kwa. $34; 35 Haw. C. & S. Co.,
$38. CO; 25 Onomea, $53; 5 Oahu Sug.
Co., $34.50;"26 Mclliydo $7.25; 5 Me-III-)
ile, $7,25, lletween Hoards: 40
Olau, $G; $1000 Walalua 5s, $100.75;
235 II. C. & S. Co., $38.25; 2C5 II. C.
& S. Co., $38.25; 20 Honokna, $21.37i;
50 Olaa, $11; 50 Ohia, $G; 50 Olau, $;
100 Olaa, $0.1214; 10 McUryde. $0.75;
100 McUryde, $0.75; 10 McUryde
$0.75; 250 McUryde, $0.75; 100 Mc-
Ilrydo. $0.76; 150 Mcnr)do, $0.75; 5
McUryde. $7: 320 McUrydo, $7; 50 Mc
Ilryde, $7; 75 McUryde, $7; 50 Mc
Uryde, $7; 25 McUrydo. $7; 500 Mc
Urydo $7; $10,000 Kait-U Ry Cs, $98.25;
200 Hutchinson, $18.1216.
Dividends Jim. 15, 1910: Hawaiian
Sugar Co., 40c hliaru; Oahu Sugar Co,
30o Share; O. R. & I Co., 75c slinre;
Popeekeo, $1 slime; Walalua, 75e
share; Honolulu, 10c share.
Frank Ilaker Is now located at
Union Hack Stund. Prone 405. ,
I Don't forget the remnant sale at
1 Whitney & Mtirr.h's on Monday.
I lino coppcrplato engralng and
ll'llntlngnt Ueakhuun'r., Fort itH'Dt.
j Special sale ladles' corsets ThnmH ,
iron's glove-fitting at Ilium's 011 Mon-j
I J or. Leal, phone 009. has his new I
7-scatcd Lexington auto ior hire by
! the hour or trip.
I American Sleani Iiiindry Phone
503 Automobile dellu'i-)- -Rest woik.
Have )Oiir hat cleaned. Wo can
make It look- as good as new. Expert
Hat Cleaners, opp. Club Slnbles.
Tlmo vpent at the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent This place Is
soitiUlnici known as tho Two Jjtu.s 1
The baud will plav at the poultr)
show this ufteinoiiu Ttimnriow tin
hand conceit will be at the Capitol
Tho IiuiIik'sb of II. John Pottle V.H.
Is now in.iiinsi'd by II. M. Ajies. to
wlicm nil communications should bv
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic'
You will bo surprised at Us cooling
and prescrv.ithe proiierties. Ca'ifoinlal
Feetl Co.. agents.
Eugenia llonese, convicted of vag
rancy, Is out on bonds of $100. L, M.
Strauss has appealed against the do
clston of Judge Andrude.
The iKistponcd iiieelii.g of the Agrl
cultural Semlrnr will be li'ld at the
CoJIego of Hawaii on Tuesday, Jan
11.11. v 18, nt 3 p. m.
Green stamps are gicn (free) when
you pay cash at the stoics. Call at
tho show moms and see v hat you get
for Orecn Stamps. Ilerutanl.i ur. l-oil.
"Plpiney" Uuls. who wits found
gnllty of selling booze without a, lic
ense, has, through his attorney, Leon
SlruiifS, appealed his case. He Is out
on bonds of $200.
All accounts due Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
:9,-4 can be paid until January 31 nt their
old store, 109 King sheet. Those In
debted will please settle befoio that
tlmo mid oblige.
Note paper by the pound nnd en
velopes to match. That Is the way
you can buy stationery at Arielgh &
Co., Hotel street, and Is tho moil
economical wa'y 10 buy.
Dargalu chances are rlpo ut Sachs
Dry floods Co. next week. Note their
ad In this lsju. and you'll see how
you can save on many things you'll
have to buy sooner or later.
Dr. Fred N. Steen, a graduate of
the American School of Osteopathy,
Kirksville, has .'opened offices in the
Metropole building, 1150 Alakea St.,
opposite the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Tho rooms nt-tho Majestic Hotel,
corner of Fort anil Dcrctiinla streets,
are nicely furnished, well cared for
and delightfully cool. The hotel, be
ing so closo to tho business district
the expense of cuifure Is eliminated.
Frank Kruger and family were the
guests of Captain Dlckmun on board
tho ship Herman Hackfcld Inst even
lug at an eliiboriilo dinner. The cab
in was tastefully decorated mid the
gueets enjoyed themselves to the ut
most. Tho Hawaii Pinmotoii Conimttee has
received a number of samples of fer
tilizer f 1 0111 the Toklo pbosphntlc fer
tilizer factory ut Uegu, Japan. TIicbo
samples have been sent by certain of
the Japanese commissioners who vis
ited Honolulu n few months ago. The
samples will b? turnul over to the Ilo
nnliilii Chnmbei of Commerce.
Mrs. Ada F. Conger has left tho
homo of here pircnts and Is now- re
siding at the home or Mrs John Short
on Muklkl stieel. It Is stated that
Mrs. Conger has ugieed with her bus
band that Im can live nt the same
liouso wllb her after the first of tho
mouth when It Is expected Hint Mrs
Conger will have recovered from her
All llio baby chicks lmo been
hatched out from tho netting of eggs
In the Inctibaloi- at the poultry nhow
and aro drawing large crowds. The
chicks hno been placed In foster
mothers nnd "aro u amucn of wourler
to tho hiiinlieds or rrlimil children
who nre now visiting tho show. Sev
eral thousands or tickets weio issued
to llio viii Ions schools or the city,
man of thee hnvlng been sold nt
half clilldien's tales, to eiinhlu the
youngsters to tee tho fine exhibition
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Jf you can't aHortl the be t hat mule -the
KNOX then get the next best the
BKAGON, made by the Kno C. .. Spring
and summer advnr.cj stks now here.
v ' r j;;jc.:j.rii'u '
King, near Fort
rfAS FORMED CONNECTION TO
ESTABLISH FARMERS' BANK
Latest surjar quotation 4.17 cents or
$83.40 per ton,
FRA5CIER In Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1910.
to Mr. and Mis. Charles R. Frazier
HAUOHS- In Honolulu. Jan. 13, 1910.
to Mr nnd Mrs. David Hnugl.a, a
Beets 12s II l-4d
STOCK AND BOND BR0EER,
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond 1 Mlmt),
848 Kahnmanu Street.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
HEW WHOSE ID! SKO.
He Tells San Francisco Some Details
of Plans He Has on Foot Says
Governor Frcar Favors Plan and
It All Looks Good.
S'Ui FroiiPlsco, .Inn. 22-To further
the piojeet of Americanizing I'nele
Sam's Island teirltory. especially
Hawaii, Alexiinder Hume Ford, who
has been nt work for the Inst
year on n seiles of Immigration ar
ticles for a magazine, will sail tod.n
for Honolulu oil the Alameda Ile
will represent a combination of In-
tercels which has for Its object the
settlement of the Hawaiian Islands
with farmers from the mainland. Not
only American but Australasian olll-
clnls and business men nre said to
be behind tho movement.
"The whole work grew out of 11
1 flint with 11 Texan, Dr ('. C lllgglns
lof Dallas now a Mexican b-uiiinii king,"
1 Foul said )0Hleiday. "We weio In
I Italy three years ago ami discussing
I llio migration lo America from South
em Europe. Wo talked of the nos
slbllities of riving the lout 1st it rial 1 1
traveler a fair deal and honest In
formation, the Idea being to have dif
ferent governments establish head
olllcts In American cities to take
chuige of tourists from start to llnls'i
Wo resolved lo begin surh 11 move
incut at once Willi lltgglus taking the
Atlantic and myself llio Pacific."
Ford first visited Hawaii mid later
Australasian countries He lnl"iesled
Oovcrnor Frear of Hawaii In llio mat
ter or co-nporntlug with other Pacllli
governments In the establishment or
tourist bureaus In New York, Hnn
Francisco, Chicago ami othe.r Inipoit
nut cities or the United States. A con
vention was held In Honolulu, follow-'
lug which Federated Australia nn-
uomiced Its Intention of Joining In 1
the work and now New Zealand ami
other Australasian countries nro con-i
sideling the matter. I
"In the meinllnie," snld Ford yei-.
tenlay In discussing bis mission, j
Illgglns had been very successful fi
nancially. He wanted Texas and
Mexico In the deal and at tho openi,ng
of the HoustonOulveston ship cmal
be declared lliul ho wanted to extend
Jils own ship service via Teliunntepee
to Japan by way or Honolulu, nnd ,
Hint he hud the' cotton growers be- 1
.hind Mm. I succeeded 111 Interesting ,
Toxnns In Hawaii, calling speclnl at-1
1 trillion to the banana raising pussl-!
jhilllles. Tho Illgglns steamship Unci
lOlTeied to put on leu-day Mleiimera !
fiom Sail Francisco If eiiounli Irult
could bo seeuied for cirgoes. 1he
Soulbein liauauu Ciiiiipauy orfeied In
buy on the plantations for spot c.t
all bunaiins giouii, and give longtime
"TI10 illrcclors of a Chicago bank
linvo offered to stint u Farmers' Hank
In Honolulu lo flnnnco Ameilcnn fruit
glowers. Tho Homo Seekers Assorlu
Hon, orKimlreil twenty )eais ago In ,
l-Mwartl Eveiett Halo, Is cooperalhm '
with Dm movement to Americanize
Hawaii. Governor Frear or the Island
tenltoiy ravins the plan of dividing
the sin plus insulin- laud lulu small I
tracts for fruit raisers.
"It nil looks good to me " Ford con-1
eluded. "It is 11 great schemo fori
farmers of small means In the South
mid Middle West to heconio Indepeiul
dent In Hawaii. Wo will offer lliein :
j all the asslslaiipo necessaiv nnd 1 be-1
lleve that li'ifore many years the
inoveinenl will grow 10 euonnnus p o
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