Newspaper Page Text
BVBNtNO BULLETIT, HONOI.UUJ, T. H., MONDAY, FED. 7, 1910.
A shoe for mefi.
tfuti tiill dtig toe'.
Sells for $3.50,
$4, $4.50, $5
Ask to see the
M'lnerny Shad Me
THE CANDY WE SELL 13 DIFFERENT, BECAUSE IT
IS FHESH. WE BOY THE NEWEST THINGS ON THE
COAST AND MAKE OTHERS IN OUR OWN SHOP. ,
HOTEL- STREET, NEAR UNION , PHONE 311
If You Want
, to buy, tell or nut
IF YOU WANT
JlL Ji v "
' on Real Ettate
'Pratt, the Land Man'
128 Merchant iSt.
Pump Oil ob Februarys
The 201 mile pipe line of the Produc
, rsTfensportatlon Co. running through
tiVf California oil Heidi o Port Har
ford will bo completed on February 15.
TU pipe lino passes almost along
the easterly line' of the oil Holds of trie
TBMPLOft RANCH OIL CO. and thla
company will commenco to dellrer Its
onttre dally product direct to the pipe
line. This ,rlU mean tho early pay
ment c dividends, and I oxpect tbo
company will soon be abjo to pay at
the rate or one oent a share monthly.
It haa also Won plannod to llBt.tho
stock 'on the San Francisco Oil 'fix
change shortly after the company
commences the delivery o oil. This
will undoubtedly cause tho stock to
r advance to probably 50e per share, or
bottor. I havo secured and offer a
small block' of the stock at 30c per
share. I unhesitatingly rccommond
the purchase of those shares as an In
Teetmont that should doublo and
-quadruple In valuo. Hear (n mind that
thejnrestor who 'jeans the Inmost
profits Is tho one who Invests when the
PHee Is low. Compare tho stock of
the TBMPLOR RANCH, OIL CO. with
every oil stock on the market today,
and yon will surely Invest In the shares
of this company. Do not delay, but
-ad In your order NOV, i
P. ,B. R. STRAUCH,
Te). I, Room i( Wa)ty Building.
0AIIF0BNIA 0HV DIVIDEND.
J LITED pIVIDBND-PAYlWl CaWomfa ol
ttscto. Mur of tw II.M iiKtu pay m tM
Ml Alha, f" d I f fnaMi. fc
.' .f': , V.' T? !n.", Powi "J opuartnr la
all Hit Cal orala oil (I.Mi. w hanJI. only IwUt
"A1 PWw' and Invito lh. moil lnofoj1i In-
nnis.iKn min ingay lor list ol JlyMno-palrrj;
locka and quotations, which wt will tni int ol
LINCOLN M0RTOAGE & LOAN CO
ICO Geaiy St. San Francisco, Cal
m ' fmWJmr
IBIftlMHWHWIWWf ll'HW ll'iy tWtm HI I .1 llilwin
WHEN IN NEED OF
i. . " , j.
t MVMW '..& W
PAPER &. SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Qaecn' Streets
GEO. G. GUILD - Manager
THIS COMPANY WILL COLLECT
AND CARE FOR THE INCOME OF
PERSONS PHOrOSING TO TRAV
EL. OR WHO ARE OTHERWISE
UNABLE TO DO SO THEMSELVES,
AND WILL REMIT THE PROCEEDS
IN SUCH MANNER AB DESIRED.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
Listed and unlisted Oil 'stocks
handled on commission. Daily quo
tation sheets on request.
L. T. KUBER.
Member Cal. Stock & Oil Exchange.
iui huss uuuamg, r;in Francisco.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 053, 83 Merchant St.
David A. Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance.
203 Judd Bide. 2nd Floor.
Cable and wtrelsn Address
Western Union and Llajb'ir's
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
- - t ,'j v.
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu 8tock and
307 Judd Building.
Telephone 489. P. O. Bex 607.
Stock and Bond Broker,
S3 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 618. P. 0. BOX (f28.
Honolulu StocK Exchange
Monday, February 7.
NAMB OF STOCK.
C. Brewer A Co
Ewa plantatloii Co,
Hawaiian Agrle. Co
Haw. Com. A .Jug. Co. . ..
Hawaiian Sugar O).
Honomu Sugi- Co
Uonokoa Sugar Co
Haiku SUgar Co ,....
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kokaha Sugar Oo
Koloa Sugar C()
McDrydo Suga r Co ,
Ouomoa Sugar Co. ......
Ookala Sugar Co .,..(..
Olw Sugar Co. Ltd
OlowaluCo. ...,,, j....,
Pnnuhati ajiga Plant Co.
Pacind SUgar Mill
Popeekeo Sugar Oo.
Ptonoer Mill Oo
Walahia Agrle Co
.Walluku Sngv Co. . , . . . .
Wnlmatutto Begay Un. . . .
Walmoa Sugar Mill Ca . ,
rk- 1 MlHCttU.ANDOUa.
intor-lslahd tnm M, Co.
Uawallan Dtectrle Co. . . .
Ufltt.Il.T.AL Co.. Prof, i
HonR. T. A L Co, Com. .
Mtrrnol Telephonu Co, . , .
Nahlko Rubber Co,
Nahlku Rnbbor Co.. Ass. .
Oabn R. A I Co. . i
Hawaiian Plnoapplo Co. . .
Uw,Ter.4Z (FlreCI.) ..
Cal. Deet Sug. A nof. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. n
Hamakua Ditch Ca,
, v upper mien as
Haw. Irrgln. Co.. Os ......
Haw. Com. A Bug. Oo. IX
IIUo R. R, Co.. tsfna 190
Hoookaa 8ugai Co.. 0 . .
Hon. n. T. A I Co. 6X ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co.
McDrydo Sugar Co. 8s . . .
Oahu R. A U Co. 8
Oahu Sugar Oo. 5
OlaaPugarCo (I? .,
Pae. Sug. Mill Co, 6s'
Pala Plantation Ca
Pioneer Mill Ca. 8X
Walalin Agrle. Co. 5 ...
Sales netneen Doards: 10 Haw.
Ag. Co.. S2o; 75 Pioneer, 1215: 10
Oahu Stig. Co., S35 60' 5 Vt'nlalua,
$129; GO McTlryde. $7.50; 56 Haw. O.
& S. Co., $30 25; $1000 Illlo Ry. Ex.
Cs, $95.50; 10 Olaa, $6.50; 25 Haw. C. &
S. Co, $39.25; $5000' Olaa Gs, $95;
$2000 Olaa 6s, $95. Session Sa'es 20
Mcllrjde, $7.50; 100 Ofttui Bug. Co.,
$35.25; 10 Oahu Bug. Co., $35.25; 5V
Hon. II. & M. Co, $18.25; 5 Hon. D. &
M. Co., $18.23.
-n - . r
Latest suoar quotation 4.155 cents"
'er $83.10 per ton
Sugar, 4.155 cts
Member Honolulu StoeK and ontf
FORT AND MERCHANT ST.. ,.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BR0SER.
Member Honolulu, Stock and Bond
848 Kahamanu Street 1 ,.
1S5 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office'. These are the telephone
piimbtra of th's Bullatln afltca.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
tear iqit a gold watch and it
foaad or. a.motonnan in Wai-
kikl.,Thtl4T, adverted her loss
lit all the & The day following.
thewatchjwas returned to. the Bul
letin office. A.Bulletin class
ified actwia- the; jjaeaiam, that helped
to 'restore the watch to its rightful
owner. Bulletin o'auificd adu
always help, and they only cost one
ceui a wuru.
jTelepWono 603v to. mno' Laundry
called for.anddelcrca quick. j
-PUie .copperplate o'nefavlng ami
piloting at nekbino', Port ill net.
Dr. J. J. carcy, uu dentist, has
opened , offices at Room 307, Uoston
Duiiamg. - k , 1
Tlicro wlH-bn jractfq meet of the
Synmhony Society In tho Kllohana
Art League rcxjms tomorrow cenlns.
. .loa. AjMVi new 7-fl!ateil . I Ailuif-
t6n;.iuto it powi.at the ItSal Htt
Valla'n (laruge. Phono 191. '
Fred Norosnhono 8. lias his iww 7
scaled Klieel Kar for hire by 'the boar,
trip or day. JL Pierce chauSour.
Harmony Lodgo No. 3, I. O. O. P.,
and Hawallnn Lodgo No. 21, P. and A.
M., meet lh their respective halls. at
7:30 this cvenlnc. , !
Our. specialty Is e'eantnz and block
ing felt, Straw and Panama" hats, lb
pert Hat Clo&nors, 1121 fort CI.
Strangers ,as well oa resident are
Invited to call, from 4 to 6 o'clock
this, afternoon at Governor and Mrs.
Froar's regular "at home," at Arcadia,
Punahpu airrcL. ,
Phone Band ask.to'r Miiuuel Richard
when you waalaa autoraqblla , Sevan-
seated caiaimcra-uouoii, lake modei.
R, W. Drnd'ey and daughter aro
guosts at tho MOana for a fow wooks.
Thoy aro on a tnu-rt tho world, and
after spending fouio time hero will
contlnuo'tbolr voyagJ via Australia.
Oren stamps aro given (free) when
you par esh at (he stoivs. Onll at
the snow oornataQdaee-wtiatiyou get
for Oreeo Bumps, DOTetAnls ot. Prut.
Matt Jack Roberta at tb Kentucky
Saloon when .you want UciuM refresh
ment. Tou will geti good godds and
courteous treatment there.
The Dlsliop of tho 'Dloccso conso
crated SL Clemcntchurch on Wilder
nv9nuo, yc'stprdoy monln? nt whlclv a
full congrnga,tIon .filled tho beautiful
place of worsb(p. . ,
Thero vjll 1q a.speclal meeting of
the Merchants' Association d the As-
eocJattou rooms t,hls, a'ternoon nt 3
o'clock for ihe putposopf rtlocusilng
curiam proposed legislation by con
Br of a affecting thesg.lslands.
Alt members ot Domlon Council,
Y. M, l.t nnarthejajfriends are cor
dially In'vHcd to attend the recop
tlon in honor of Major McaionU.iat
Dreler Hall, 'Union Mreet, next
Tueeday evening nti8, olcJqck,
After havinc had vibration. mas
sage and' lcfr-pttllintr palmed off on'
you tor usteonaiii7,rionif3oa: vninit
it.rpuld be vise id eonsulta ri'jrular
0teopathio, 'physician IvDtji Siee'n,
i.iceneo inspoctor cnnou gainerou
In Omoto, n Japincto holpor of tho
Kltohana saloon, for Belling liquor of
tpr open houni. Tlo 'pwncr, of (tho
saloon kneny nothlpgot (his aftor-hour
liquor selling and It Ip probably of thp
"Unockilown" varletjv '
LONDON At a special meeting o'f
tho London Chamber1 ot Commerce
Plr Albert Sriccr M.'-P,, president of
the chamber, delivered an address on
"Australia and tho Roeont Congress of
Chambera of Commerce of it,. , Km-
pointed out, lUed to look upon Diem
telves as partners and not os children
nnd ho maintained thiifwifhld arrived!
at that period In copnecUnn wlh
coir-govcrnlng dominions beyond tho
sfas whero thov could (in looked Uhiii
r.u partners and ho longer as children,
In deallnc; with the prlnctpil resolu
tions brought before t'ho congress hq
said thai the one subject that croiiej
a great deal ot Interest in tho Aus
tralian proas was tho question ot Im
migration, Willi regard to tho idea
that thore woro ccrtnln partlot In
Australia desirous of keeping out Im
migrants, ho aald that that was no)
the case What they did not waijt
was 1 for Impilgrants to como and set
tlo In towns whero there were already
a quantity ot nun without any work.
They did want Immigrants to go on
to the land, although they felt that
further legislation was needed In ,the
direction of closer settlement. Re
ferring to tho progress of trndo and
commerco in Australia, bo sard that
tho various fltnto governments assist
ed industries at tho Btart and then left
them to prlyato enterprise.
Tho lecturer made sprao interesting
roroarks wild legard to the dlpsemlna-'
lion of, exaggerated statements
through tho press. In said that In'
this country wo had been running
down our commercial position during
tho last six jears. apparently forgot-.
ting, that, after all, It was chiefly tho,
extraordinary statements in n discus
rlon that not into the newspapers, Hn
couusoieci Dusincss men to neo ir they
could not And BOniOj better way ot pre
venting these statements regarding
DrltUh decadence bolng mado promi
nent In tho dominions beyond .the
STOCKS AND 'BONDS
Trent Trust C9.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Copyright nart Stfatffhef ft Marx
fceas. Personally ho did not belloro
In them. He,concluilol by explaining
his suggestion for tho formation of on
Imperial council of commerce, to con
Fist of members to be chosen by
chambers ot commcrco In the Ilrltloh
empire In pioportlon to the oicrsci
trailo of the MltTcrcnt count rlcs.
Half a loaf Is better than a loafer,
Skln-tlccji beauty la all right If tho
girl has moncjr.
, . '
NEW " rODAY
Tho annual meeting ot tho stock'
holdors of tho Kalona Agricultural j
Company, Limited, will be held at
tho office ot its agents, Messrs. C. '
Drewcr & Company, Limited, In Ho
nolulu, on Saturday, February 20,
at 10 a. m.
,)Tho annual meeting of thy.stock-
holders of tho Wcha Agricultural n fBrlcultural sold nt 255, an advanco
Company, Limited will bo held at ' flvo dollars over tho last previous
the offlco of Its agents. Messrs. a,"!?'
Drcwor k Company, Limited, In HO'
nolulu, on Saturday, February 26.at
10:30 a. m.
The annual meeting of tho stock-
liAtilnva nf t tt n Vn. A IV(Allllllpn1
Com "par IJmU. w.U bi , h.ld atoul at low" '
tho offlco of III ngents, Messrs. C.
Droier & Company, Limited, In Ho
nolulu, on Saturday, February 26, at
11 a. m.
C. Q. Yco Hop & Co. will closo on
Chinese New Year's Day, .February
9 1910 am, -, ,.; th.,r "
?i'ln3 ? Their order, early 'on
Tuesday, aB there wilt be no deliv
ery on Tuesday after 4 p. m.
Tho Symphony Orchestra will re
hoarso Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock,
at tho Kliohana Art League room's.
Charles A. Stanton,;
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
A SUQQESTION ON ECZEMA, i
It Is stiggeBlbd that eczema suftenfirs
ask the Honolulu Drug Co., Fdrt
street, of this city, what reports lio'ls.i
UBed the oil of wlntergreen llqiildi
compound, D, D. D. Proscription.
DKAUEM IN LUMBU.
' 'ALLEN A R0BINS0S.
lueea Street :: :: :: Honolulu,'
in one of
made of a
ot one of tnc new weaves ot gray or
pattern bluq. A silk.lmcd over'coat of'
'asoft gray or oxford weave, cwt in thd
correct fashion; made by
Hart Schaffner tfe
A hat of the latest style and all the '
dressed men in town.
SUITS $20 TO $35 OVERCOATS $16.50 TO $00
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Silva's Toggery, ffiSi,
IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THIS
KAIMUKI I hare th choicest
bropcrty In Kalmukl; Improved and
I KING STREET House and lot,
'hear Tbonlas Square; tO.000 sq. ft.
BECKLEY STREET Largs house,
1 1-2 ncrcs. Snap; must be sold. 1
STREET Real barGaln
lot and cottage.
.JfJLLnn Unimproved property.
D0NT PUT rr OFF
pr .iLi f.Tvts aea amy msj '
m mi 1 ww .SSMnmraaaprg'. j. i.j jut tf SSfc
(Continued from faw tj I
Hawaiian Commercial held t-tronff
nt 39.25 and a small block ot Hawaii-
". Small stocks also showed up Btrong.
Mctirydo sold at 7.&u witn rainy seine tor claims, tnould a vessel ueenmo
bidding nnd Olaa sold at 6.50. Sovcn helpless In mldoccan through an, sec!
thousand dollars ot tho new Olaa dent to her machinery, as specially
bonds sold at 85. floating "tnetsebgcrs" could bo. sot
Wnlalua held ita own, selling be- adrift In 'prevailing currents. Plana
'tween boardB at 129, and the bidding and specifications ' of the Invention
dropped off to 127.60 but tho holdors havo bcon filed In tho Government
will take nothing loss than 130 except Patent Office add a patent applied tor.
hero nnd thcro a few shares may dropj
A' WRECK DISCOVERER.
Australian Inventor Has a Device for
v Locating Sunken Vessels Has
Filed Papers for Patent on Inven
tion. Consul John F. Jewell reports that,
according to a Melbourne nowspaper,
Ernest It. W, Crossleyf of that Aus
trallan city, has Invented a dovlco
T "h,ch ho
tralian city, has Invented a device
, (t Is claimed that tho Invention will
indicnto the location of a wrecked ves
sel, tho dstn when It met wllh fhn
( ..... .., .... ,,...., n..M(M.I, iiiiiu.uiuuia
djsastor, tho dopth at which lh wreck to Mntirhurla Mr. Knox, it Is foil cou
iicb. and oibo tne, course imu tno ves-ndent, can prove an alibi.
mil amijisii. i.uisunum pui 1 ,1 1,.
Lace and Embroidery
NOW GOING ON
I q. .,;;
11 .. e- I
ic, aii-woi raoric
of attire which wet'(
With this "sort of
be one of the best
Hawaiian News Co;,
Alexander Yoaag Bldf .
I tel was bklng and tho port that It
I vras making tor Vtlun It met with dto-
aster. The apparatus, which Is In vlho
form of a buoy. Is released automa
tlcally from tho brlilKo deck when tho
vessel meets with disaster, and a wire
attachment holds U over the spot
Inhere tho vessel dlsappears.Thoap-
paratus would 'prove useful, the lnveu-
What makes tho lapdog's owner mad
is that It prefers a fresh bone to a ,
new ribbon. Dallas News.
The man ho trusts no ono doesn't
know what dlaappolntmcut Is.
Do a dreamer It you will, bntlgct
up and hustlo when tho nlarm clock ,
Teacher "If jou wear one pair of
shoes three months, how many will
two pairs last?" Jlmmlo "A Veer."
Teacher "Oh, no; how do you 'get
that?" Jlmmlo "I don't wear any In
tjio summer." Judge
Just plain greed la the ciuso of most
of tho high prices.
As either guardian or ltttlo, brother