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BVKNINO BULLET!, RONOTjUI.II. T. It., TUESDAY, PCD. 1, 1910.
A shoe for men.
Full fcuMibg toe.'
Sells for $'3.'50,
. $4, $4.50, $5
Ask to see theJ,
till wi"" MWltIM .--. (
STUFFED CANDY PEANUTS
CANDIED FRUITS NEW LINES JUST RECEIVED.
' koiEL, NEAR UNION STREET
If You Want
.1 to buy, seller rent
IF YOU WANT
1 ,.u to borrow
!-''' on Real Eitate , .
s . .1
'Pratt, the Land Man'
L 129 Merchant St.
Pump Oil on February 18
Tho 205 mile pipe line of the Produc
ers Transportation Co. running through
tho California oil fields to Port Har
ford will be completed on February 16.
This plpo lino passes almost along
the easterly lino of tho oil Holds of the
TEMPLOR RANCH OIL CO, and this
cordpany'wlll commence to deliver its
entire dally product direct to the pipe
line. This will mean tho early pay
mont of dividends, and I expect the
company will soon bo able to pay at
the rate of one cent a sharo monthly,
, It has also bocn planned to list tho
stock on the' Ban Francisco Oil fix
change shortly after the company
commences the delivery of oil. This
'will undoubtedly causa the stock to
advance to probably1 50c per Bfiare, df
better. I havo'securod and offer 'a
small block of tho stock at 30c per
share. I unhesitatingly rocommonji
the purchase of those sharee as an In
vestment that should doublo and
qiji4Tuplo In value. Boar In mind that
theTlnvostor who reaps thffSargost
profltB Is' tho one who Invests when the
prfcp Is low. 'Coinparo tho stock or
ttie.TEMPLOR RANCH OIL CO.Srtth
every oil stock On the markot today,
uu jruu jtiii guruiy invest m me snares
ofjlhls company. Do not delay, bul
send In your 6rder NOW.
' P. E. R. BTRAUCH,
TctrilS. Room 1, Watty Building.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
Bur LISTED MVIDEND-PAYINa California ol
afoCklA MlnV Of th.U llf.tJ -(nrlra n.u m. iA
.vhm per nt.-inanitily dlvld-nd-. Dy r-urchaalnt
HlaltJ thMlu ymi an aril any day you wlah. Vno
ran lnv.it largt or small tumi.. Wt will glaJly Ml
'! 00."' " hm iock or any otiier California
' !. Wa ara on tha pound an' op.r.tlnr In
.all tl Cat lornla oil fl.lcl- Wt handle only I.Jliv
mate frupnjlilnnj ani Invlta lha -noil thorojth In-ve-tlratton
Wrlia tivlay for Hit ol dlvlJ.nd pajlnr
tocka. and quotation-, which wa will wad ret ol
chart for tlirtt rnonthl,
LINCOLN MORTGAGE 4 LOAN'GO.
186 Cearjr St. -Ban FrancHco.Cal.
Wmmv f ikWWWW
P . . r .--rki'
A DEUCIOUS CONFEC
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Tf'f' i ii i j
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
Phone 410 :
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.)
Fort end Queen Street
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
.'i . ,
r THIS COMPANY JEVILL COLLECT
AND CARE FOR THE INCOME OF
PERSONS PROPOSING TO TRAV
EL, OR WHO ARE OTHERWISE
UNABLE TO DO 80 THEMSELVES,
AND WILL REMIT THE PROCEEDS
p ..I- ,
IN SUCH. MANNER AS DESIRED.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
B23 FORT1 STREET
Lilted and .unlisted Oil Stocks
handled on corammlon. Daily Quo
tation incus on, request.
.U T. KILBER, -Member
Cal. Stook & Oil Exehanfre.
101 Bum Building, San Fraricisco.
Stop Paying Rent
, Seo the
HAWAIIAN REALTY' CO.
Phone SS3. 83-Merohant St.
David A. Dowsett
,Real Eatafe and Iniuranee,
203 Judd Bldg. 2nd Floor,
, , r.
Alfred D. CMptor(
esble and WlrelilsS Address .
Western Onion and LletMrt
i Cods. !
.UlTllL'la " V. I 7 '' J
Might art Sold ;
LOAN) MADEsON LISTED
i - H
Msmbtr Honolulu' StoeK and,!
Bond Exchange. -1
, 7 Judd" Buljdlng. (
T.Iphons-'49..v P.- 0. Box 607.
Stock, and Bond, Broker,
PHONE 618. " F. 0' BOX 628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, February 2.
C. Brewer AOo
Dwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrl j. Co
Haw. Com. sug. Co. . . .
H'twollfui Rum r O i
IlonOmu Suga 'Co
Hnuokftft Rilirnr Pft
Ii'utchlraon Sugar Plant .
Ttahuku PlanUtlon Co. . . .
tvesana tnigar vo
KOIo Sugar C. .'.
McBrydo Sues Co
Oahu Sugar Co
unomea Hugar Co
Ooksla Bugnr Co
OIba Rimnr !cr. I .til.
Phauhau Sugu Plant. O.
Padflo Sugar Mill
t.1tk 0UntMf.n rn
'Pepeeked Sugar Co.'.'.'.'.'.'
Walalus Agrlc Co
waiiuxu Bugsr uo. ......
WalraariiJo Rnatar m
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
. , tqa.CBLhANEOUB.
Inter Island Strain N,rx.
Hawaiian BlectrtfCo ....
Hon. ICT. 4'L Co Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Nfthlku Rubber C.,
, -i-aiu up
Nahlku nnhhor fin A
OatlitR. AUCo. ,
MltnTl p r..
"Hon. B. 4 M.Oo. ...'.'.'.' .'.'
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . .
Haw. Tor. 4 F1rfll
itsw. lr. aj .........
Haw. Tnr .1U.T
Cat. Beot Bug. A Rof. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. X ....
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
tr irr ew no axr hit
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6 ..... .
Liitio R. R. Crf, rssaoisa
1 , t
lodokaa Bugat Co., 9 . .
Kauai Ky. uo. oi
Kohalr. Ditch Co. 6s
McBrtdo Bugsr Co . . .
flnhli RlirarrVi SY
Olaa Augar Co. t ,
pac. Bug. Mill co. es
Pala Plantation Co
Ptanee Mill Pn. T
Walalua Agrte. Co. t ...
IOC 1. 1
Satos Dotwecn Boards: 100 Ewak
$34.50; lCO'Oahu Bug. Co. $34.50$ 30
riwa,' 34t 100 Onomea. $55 60; 130
Onomrn, $35 50: 100 Hon. R. T. & L.
Co., (100 50: ,$75,000 Haw. Irr. Cs.
$100; 120 000 Haw. Irr. 6s. $100; $4000
'Haw. Irr.'CB. $10: CO O. R. A I Co.,
$145; 5 O, R. A L. Co., $145; G O. R.
&' L. Co. $145, Session: 10 Olaa,
$0.50; 15 Olaa, $6 50; 90 MiBryde. $7;
50 McBrydo, $7; 100 McBrydo. $7.
Latsst, sugar quotation 4.155 cents
or $83.10 ptr ton. '
Sugar, 4.155 cts
Hfr.UVWATE8rWL.St TRUST Ul
Member Honolulu' Stock and Bond
"' t 'rrEXCrangs.
PORT NO MERCHANT 8TS. '
, TELEPHONE 734J.
STOCK AND B0HD BR0SEB.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Xahnmanu Street.
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOOK AND
185 )ctltoral rooms 256 bus!
nets office. Thet are 'the telephone
numbers of tht Bulletin office.
LdCAL AND GENERAL
A Uldr lost a trold watch and it '
wm' found bv" ft motorman in Wai-1
kikiTae'lady 'adrertijed her loss
in all Cha'iMtneri. The'day following,
tlje'watelfyai returned to the"B u !
1 e t'i n" office. "A B n 1 1 e t i n clais
ifted ad' was Hit' nteditun that helped
to restore the' Watoh to its rightful
ownef. Bulletin o'atsifled adi
always help, andjhey only cost one
cent a word. T""
TATAftlinMA aA4 frV fifivA 1 niin.lrv
ialiid for' and delivered Quick.
'lM'Prhni, Baker Is nowlocated at
Uhfbii a!atkBtuud. Pronu 403.
'0r. J."J. Carer. Urc donUst. has
0ened bfllces of Room 307,i Bonton
building. - .
Mrs. C. 'UtDlekersbn received new
millinery' edodV Viri the Alameda of
tio very latest 'styles; l
Joe. Leal'g new 7kscattfd "Ldllng-
lon auto i now at thi''Rojral Ha
waiian Oarage. L Phone 19i. '
Fred 'Noyce, 'ohone 6. has his tiov 7'
coated Klscbl Kir for hire by the hour,
trip oi 'day. i Plerco chsu.fdur. '
Our specialty la clcanlnR and block
ing felt, str'aw' and Panama hats. Ex
pert. Hal Clenncra, '1121 Kort SI.
''Ensign Lando, it Honolulu boy, Is
tilth thlt f1fctl'nr!f1 lhtit mftrnlni? wiih
'on duty atsthe police stutlon looking'
hftor the ship patrol.'
Phono 5 and ask far Mutiuol Richard
when you-woat-ap automoblla.Ssovcp
seated Cbalmers-Dotralt, late, model.
Numerous squads fr,om tthe fleet
wero Ashore today going through drills
and marches along the streets ol Hit.
' Mnlkil Pnlalna w.is convicted In! tho
Police CourtJtlils .morn'mr on a charce
of malicious Injui-j- and wns onlercd to
pay' n ntto or $5 and osK
Antono RlcliarOi Vo throatcned to
"break thO'Incc" of 1 11 'thcr gontlcnlan,
got thirty days frco b ard and lodging
from Jndge Anitrado thls morning.
Lorrln Andrews Is appearing for
Dr. Lee In tho libel etltt against fhn
Chinese newspaper .which race will
como up"tomorrow nt the Pollco Coilrt.
Green stamps are glrtn (froo) when
you pay cash ar the stoics. Call 'at
the show rooms and see what you geti
ror areen stampsBeretsiiia ur. Fort.
Six nilcged gatnlilers hnd their
caries remandcM'tlll February 8 at tho
Pollco Court this .morning. Thoy wero
uii KnuH'rou in uy uniei .iicuunio ana
'The libel sbll'ot'Dr. Leo agalhst tho
Chlnp4o'ncwsf,aperfwas'or. th Pollco
Court calendar thlsv mornlns but was
put over till i tomorrow, at tho request
of counsel. " ' '
i Smith, No. lj London went In on
tho run to tho lockup' last night; J. 8.
was full of hope and bcerl This morn
ing ho aa tad and thirsty and.bllnko.1
hard when Ordered to pay n Hub 'of $4.
Hlronaka and Minnie Tanl, a loving
pair from Pearl City, were respective
ly fined $30 and $20 this mortilng at
thq police-station. The lady'had a
lawful husband and bo kicked at
Mlchsel P. Kelly was saturatod with'
malt- extract yesterday and on being
arrested was balled out by a. friend.
This morning when tho case was callsd
there wns no signs of Mick, and hl
oau to ino. nmouut or six bucks was
SUGAR IS ADVANCING,
- BIG DEALS IN BONDS
, , .
(Continued from Page 1.)
Is anticipated by tho bid on tho board
of 126, accompanied by .130 asked.
Many predict that' Walalua will go
as high as 1J0 befnro the season Is
over. All that Is needed to secure
this rosiuVIs a goo!t''nrlco of sugar
and a one-por-ccnt-a month dividend
policy on Iho part 'of tho directors,,
Ono 'hundred Rapid Transit, com
mon stock is reported as foM 'at
100.60. As It was", chftrgeirthat tho
sates of this stock at 10E and. 110
were'for tho purpose.gf IrlcToaslng tho
tax that might bo levied. aaMntt' tho
company, it Is now wondered' whether
this salo was not for tho purpose of
bringing the tax levy" down. ,
FELLED WITH IRON BAR. '
' $ '
(Continued From Pace V.)
of most people Oraco !, trvine n rir
the burdon of tho murder .on an inno
cent man, and ho has injured his own
case a lot by tho damaging knowlcdg')
of tha facts of tho rnurdor which lib
has dlsplajed. v
One, significant, remark made by him
was oyeYhcard as ho got Into the auto
mobile to return to town: "Oh, let
It go at that; blame me for the wholo
thing." Later on ho. denied making
the remark, hut thero Is plnty of
proof that ho did. It Is thought that
a complete, confession will be nihdo
within n day or so.
The, Rapid Trn'nslt Company lias
arranged a special schedule tonight
to accommodate thbso who attend the
b&U ht tho YOUug. Tho tlmo on ihe
various lines from tho vicinity of the
Yoilng Hotel, follows:
Punahou line, King and Fort Btreats
(this car will connect with Manoi car)
11:60 p. m. 1 '
Nuuauu Valloy line, King and Fort
King street, west, connecting with
Llllhn street, Bishop and King strcots,
King street east, Bishop and King
Emma streot. Hotel and Alakei,
Walalao, Hatol aftl Bishop streets,
A shooting star ot'the first mag
nitude wob recently seen In Africa.
Charleston News and Courier,
Erra Kendall, tho actor, Is dead.
A tariff agreement with Germany
Warns Jf-ainjt Conservation in In
terest of the Few With Diire
pard For the People at Large 1
Golden Rule Not In It.
NEW YORK "Special Interests
have made repeated attacks on tho
United States forest service mid thCbO
attacks hatd Increased In vIoIculo
just In proportion as 'tha tentce Iih
offered cffccllro opposltbn to piodft-tory-
wealth," Bald Glfflord piuchot,
chief of Ihe United States forest up-v-Ice,
In a speech Mondry at n luncheon
given him by a number of publlfhers
of New York at tho University "JIu'j.
Mr. Plncbot took as his subject for
his speech, "Conservation and Equal
Opportunity." Mr. Plnchot said:
'"Tho American people lmo ovldei.t
ly made up their minds tint our nit
ural resources must bo temtcned.
That Is good, but It eettlct only half
the question. For whoso benefit shall
they bo conserved for the benefit fcf
the many for the use and profit of
the' fowl The great conflict uow being-
fought will dccldo.
"Thero' is no other question beforo
us that bpglns to bo so Important, or
will be 'so difficult to (itraddle, as the
great question between special Inter
est and equal opportunity, betweert
the prh lieges of the fow and tile
rights of tho many, between govern
ment by men for human welfare and
government by. money for profit, be
tween the men who stand for tho
Roo-evclt policies and tho men who
stand ngilnst them. This Is the cs
sence or the conson ntfon problem to
day. "The1 conservation Issuo is a moral
Issue. When n fow men get posses
sion of onu of tho necessities of life,
either through ownership of a natural
reBourco or through unfair buslpess
methods, anl uio that control to ex
tort undue profits, as In tho recont
cases of tho sugar trust and tho beet
packers, they Injuro tho average, man
without good reason, and they are
guilty of a moral wrong.
"I believe In one form of goern
ment and I bellevo In the golden rule.
But wo must face tho truth that
monopoly of tho resources of produc
tion makes )t Im.'rassiblo for vast num
bers of ,mcn and women to earn a
fair living. Right here tho conserva
tion question torches Iho dally life
of the great body of our people, who
pay the cost of special prlvilcgo---and
tho price is heavy.
"Tho people of this country havo
lost vastly moro than they can over
.regain by gift of public property,
foroer and without charge, to men
who gave nothing In return. It Is
truo that we have mado superb ma
terial progress under this system, but
It is not well for us to rr-jolco too
freely lu tho slices tho special Inter
ests have given us from 'tho great
loaf of the property of nil tho people.
"Iho people of tho United SUtqa
havo been tho complacent victims of n
system of plunder oftgn pe-prtiatul
by men who would have been sur
prised beyond measure td be accused
of wrong-dolng.nnd many of whom in
their private lives wero model citizens.
Bot they 'have suffered' f torn ii.trrrimH
moral pcncrslon by which 't becomes
praiseworthy to do for 11 corpointion
things which they would roiuso with
tho Itftlest scorn to do for themselves.
rortunatoly for 113 all that delusion.
is passing rapidly away. t
"If Is ,tho,bonorablo dictln-:llnu tif
tho forest service that It has been
moro constantly, moro violently and
moro bitterly attacked by the renrc
rcntatUcs of tho special Interests' In
recent years than any other govern
mont bureau. '
- "Thosd 'attacks havo Increased In
vlolenco and bitterness Just In pro
portion as tho servlep has offorcd ef
fectlveiopposlilon to predatory wealth.
TI10 more successful wo have been In
f.rovcntlnt; land grabblng'and tho ab
sorption of watcr-powor by the special
interests, the moro ingenious, tho
moredelous and tho moro dangerous
there stacks havo become, A favorlto
one Is to assert that the forest service.
In its toil for tho public' welfaro, has
plnyiM ducks and drakes with the acts
"Tho fact Is, on tho contrary, that
tho servlco has had warrant of law
for ever) thing it has done. Not onco
slnco it was created hoB any chargo
of illegality, desplto the most search
ing investigation and (ho bitterest
attack, ever led to reversal or re
proof by either House of Congress
or by any congressional committee.
"Another arid unusually plausible
form of attack Is to demand that all
land not now bcnrlng trees shnll be
thrown but of tlio national forests.
"Stilt another attack, nearly suc
cessful two years, ago, was at attempt
to prevent) tho forest servlco from
tolling tho people, through tho press,
whut It Is accomplishing for them,
and how much this nation needs tho
"Since tho forost scnlco called pub
lic attention to tho rapid absorption
of the watcr-powor sites and the
threatening growth of a great,water
power monopoly, tho attacks upon It
havo Increased with marked rapidity,
I anticlpato that they will continue to
do so. Still greater opposition Is
promised In tho near futuro. Thoro
Is but one protection an uuakenod
publlo opinion. That Is why I give
you tho facts."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 836
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 180,
causes nine-tenths of all sickness.
Indigestion followed by headache,
general listleisncsi, despondency,
enfeebled action of the mind and
body, cold, clammy feet and hands
and paleness arc sure signs of poor
circulation. If not taken in time
ceriour trouble will follow That
tired feeling comes from 'sluggish
DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY
The -World's Greatest Medicine
will brighten you. A teaspoonful
3 or 4 times a day in half a glass of
nunc or water
will make yon
healthy. It en
riches the blood,
tones no the whole slmtem. It is
an absolutely pure distillation of
malted grain, producing a liquid
food, requiring no digestion, wmen
is 'one ofths most, effectivi tonio
stimulants and 'inyigbraton known
to science:' its oalatability and 'free
dom from injurious substances ten
der it so that it can be 'retained by
the most sensitive stomach.
DUFFY MALT 'WHISKEY CO.,
Rochester, fl, X.j uU. p. A.
-Ls 1. V1"!.1' r
KING STREET, NEAR THOMAS
'Beautiful house and lot. Any rea
sonable, terms accepted.
tfiy. f-Kf r I
VouNfTa(!r i " s
Lot Wi,'ottBge.-;Must be told
BMKLETBTBEE7'.'' t. rl N
JLargr house and I-2 acres ground.,
KADnJETv'-'U 'iiti r- , I
The"ibtst vacant lots. Cheap, and
casy,tcrms.'..F- . . 1
r fVSee ' I
MARTIN PRUNE. 83 Merchant St.
FOR DEEP-SEATED COLDS and.
Coughs, Allen's Lung Balsam curcp ,
when all other remedies fall. This old f
rcllablo medicine has been rold forf
over iu j ears. zi,c, ouc onu Jl.uu Dot
tles. All dealers.
Many of the microbes thought
they had settled down lri""comfort
ablo winter quarters In the school
houses will havo to hunt new flnfs
now that the cold-air cure Is be
Our display of Spring hoes is
now quite complete a distinguish
ed showing from the. standpoint
of style and quality and includ
ing numerous exclusive types
that will meet' with the favor of
MEN'S OXFORDS, mado In bright patent coltskln; vicl
kid, gunmetnl and tan Kussla calf; medium weight soles;
all this season's nowost and most wanted too shapes.
, The Pair $4.00
MEN'S DRESS SHOES Rest grndo patent colt, custom
made; modlum awing Inst; dull kid tops; Uluchcr cut, mil
itary heels; sultablo for young men's wear.
"EDUCATOR" SHOES FOR MEN -Mado on the natural
"Foot Form" shapes; plenty of toe-room; fit snug at heol
and instep; especially adapted for tender feet; all leathe'rsT"
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
. . r. -j0S8 Nuuanu St. -.
CLOTHII ros BOYS
Ederheimcr, Stein & Co. Makers
now, to see' our
Xth AOboDf suits
great number, of
styles; with a scale
of prices that per
mits buying at
your, own. figure.
T Tht rizhl garmtntl
ftr tutr Aav nhivs ihi
1 t ;eiif3,sian,'
1 . .Elks' Bid,
King near Fort
The Pair $5.00
The Pair $4K)
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