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KYENINO DUhLfiTlN. HONOl.fJLO. T. II, TUESDAY?, run. i. 1A10.
M-- ( .
A sho fo'ntteYfc
Full bull dog: toe.
Sells for $3.50,
$4, $4.50, $5
Ask to see the
THE" CANDY WE SELL IS-DIFFEHENT, BECAUSE ir
IS FRESH. WE fl&VTH!?Sr?ST-' THINGS ON THE
COAST AND MAKE OTHERS IN-OUR OWN'SHOP!
, HOTEL STREET.! NEAR UNION TIIONE 311
If You Want
to buy, sell or rent
IF YOU WANT
lj to borrow
Tt " on'Rtal Eitate '
'Pratt, the Land. Man"
... 125 Merchant St.
Pump Oil on February 18
Tb 20S mllo pipe lino of tbo Produc
er! Transportation Oo, running through
a California oil Uolds to Port Har.
ford will bo comploted on February IS.
This plpo Uno'paasoi almost along
Uio oaaterly lino of the oil ilelda of tho
TKMPIiOn RANCH Oil CO. and thla
companr will commenco to deliver Its
ontlra dally product dlroot to tbo pipe
lint. TnU will mean tho early pay
ment of dividend!, and I expoct tho
companr wllj soon be able to pay at
the rats of ouo oent a ihare monthly.
It has also been planned to list tho
stock on tho San Francisco Oil Bx.
tfuuigo ehortly after the company
commoncoa the delivery of oil. This
will undoubtedly causa tho stock to
advanco to probably fOe per share, or
better. I have secured and offor a
small block of the stock at 30c per
aiiaro. 1 ' unhesitatingly rocommond
the purchaae of thoao Bharea as an la
voatment1 that should double and
quadruple In valuo. Doar In mind that
tha Investor who roao tho largest
profits la tho cno who Inroats when tho
prlee Is low. Compare the stock of
tho TKMPLOn RANCH OIL CO. with
vory oil stock on the market today,
and you wilt surely Invost In the sharoi
of this company, Do not delay, but
ad In your order NOV,
P. H. R. STRAUCII,
TclHS. noom 1, Walty Building.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
tockl. M.ny at Ui.m llx.4 ilk. r.y dm v
!!"! f! 1""- """"Mr iHvUmsi. Hy rurch.Mng
IIH..I .lacbt yon ian Ml tny diy you wW You
cm Inve.t lirit. or im.ll ,uml. V. .Ill gl.JIv HI
you about o,M. Ilmi .tocki or ny othrr CilKornl
II Ike Cl rortiii oil fields. . runjl. only lejltl
nit. proportlloin anl Invito tit. i.ott ihorojsr! In
vt t.ilo Writ. toJiy (or tut ot JMJenJ nij Inr
Mock. nd quotation., which wo will rn4 (ret ol
chirct (or three month..
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
100 Geary St. - Ban Francisco, Cal.
;i tf sr
WHEN- IN NEED OF
of any description i
PAPER & 8UPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street?
GEOi O. GUILD' - Manager
Tf rr.-i tv.it nJ mntlrto- vnnp Will
you are pcssiblv dojng your children
an irreparable .injury.
If vou sslcct a noor Extfcutor you
threaten the heritage you leave
Two paints ycu should consult us
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 Fort Street
Lilted and unlisted Oil Stocks
handled on commission. Daily quo
tation sheets on request.
L. T. KILBER,
Member Cal. Stock 4 Oil Exchange.
101 Russ Building, San Francisco,
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 663. 83- Merchant St
David A. Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance.
203 Judd Bldg. 2nd Floor,
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Libber's
- Hawaiian Stocks and Oonds
; ' Btin&brand Sold
LOAN MADE ON LI8TED
Member Honolulu! Steek
J07 Judd Dulldlns.
Telephone 469. P. O. Box 07.
Stock and' Bond. Broker,
rHOIfE 01 S.
P. 0. DOS 523.
.rt tmfmvirimHmrM ejirnwr-j
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, Fobriwy 8.
NAME OF nrooK
Hitwall-in Asi I j. Co
Haw. Com. A .iiiK. Co. . . .
Hawaiian diw.r Oj
llonoknu Suijnr Co,
Haiku Huear Co
Hutchlnton 3i-Knr Plant,
Knbukit 1'lantatlon Co. . .
KtOcaha Susar Co.
IColo,t Bup.ar Co.
Jlcllryile Sinjur Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onome:i Sugar Co
Ooknlit augur' Co
Olaa Sun.ir Cc. Iitd
U9 I 2
I'aviltau auR- riant. Co. 39.V
racinc pugur .Mill .
I'.ila riatilnllon Co .. ....
Wala'ua Airrlc Co U7i'i
Walhthu auKtir C Uoo j
Walmnnalo fkiM Co ..... j
walinoa ijwtnr r.nil Co. . ,
Inter-Inland l!lfam N On.
Hon. It. T. ft.Ij Co.. Vtft.
Hon. It. T. & I, Co:. Com.
Mutual Tclsptionii On. ...
.Nnhlku Itubbor Co.,
Nalilbu llibb?r Co., Ads.
OribtiH. Alt. Co
iiiio n. n. Co. . , 12
Hon. n. & Jl. Co 18
nan-ainui I'lucapplo Co. . . 2a i-j
1tow.Ter.4i inrnCl.1 ,
Hair. Tor. IVi?
Haw Ter.4's;r, 1
Ilaw.Cuv't.St I ..
Cal. Bert Sui;. A Itcf. Co. C 'lot
Haiku SuparCc. BX
Hnmakna Ullcli Go.,
Upper Dltrh (Is
Havr.Irr.Co..C4Si; p.l ,
Haw, IrrKtn. Co. Cs
Haw. Coin, A Bun. Ca. IX
Hllo n. H. Co., Imuolili)
Honokaa SiiKai Co.. 0 .
Hon.U.T.fi UCo.GX ..
Knual Ry. Co. Oh ,
MrDrydo Smjnr Co. Cs . . ,
Oalliin. &UCO.BX ....
Oahu Sugar Co'. B
I'ac. fiur. silll Co. ns 103
Pala Plantation Co. ,
PloncorMIIICo. ty. ioj
WnlalinABiIc.Co. W, ... 'J4
Silos Uetweon lloirda: 00 Ohit,
?0: 30 Olra $0 50; 12 O. n. & I
Co. $)42.:.0; 00 Onnmoa, $53; 30
Cnc-.iici. Jjj; 210 Honokaa, ?23.12'i;
5 Iliitc'ilnroii. $18 21: (JO OaUu Hu?.
Co., 135.25; 40 0.l!m S113. Co., t.1S.23;
25 Hiitcliltifon, $18.25; 4S Haw. C. &
S. Co. $29.2.3; DO Ilsn 11. &. M. Co..
$18, Session. j Oalm H113. CO,
$33.23; GO Olna, $0.Cfl; 8 McDrydo,
$7.23; 7 Mcnryjlo, $7.23; 3 llutcliln
run'', $18.23; 3 lliitcliliiHon, $18.25; S
Oalm Su?. Co, $33 30; 25 Kwa, $31.25.
Latest cugar quotation 4.1S5 esnts
cr 83.10 per ton. .'
S'jf,ar, 4.155 cSs
Beets 12s 10 l2d
Msmbers HaholulJ CtoeK r.id Bond
fORT ANU EHv-HANT 8T8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AHD BOND BROHER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
P48 Kahumanu Street.
When Hocking stock collapsed some
of tho holders feared It would bo a
caru of hocking their w.itihcs for
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A lady 'cat a gold watch and it
was found by, a mMonuan in Woi
.kiki. The lady aJvertiscd Her lots
in all thepaocn. The day followintr,
the watch was returned to tho B u 1
1 e.t i n office'. A B u 1 1 c t i n clnsa
ifled ad was, the' medium that helped
to restore the watch to its r'-ehtful
owicr. Bulletin c'aislficd ads
always hclu. and they only cost one
cent a word:
Telephone COS to have I.autulry
callod for and delivered quick.
Fine' copperplate rncniMnx mul
piintlitfr at Jlcakbono's. Fort itrost.
Dr. J. J! Cnruy, ,1m dontist, hits
opened office nt Hoom 1107, Uosbin
Jos. I.eal's nw 7-oAtPd Iiiliia
Ion auto Is now af the Itoal Ha
wnllan (lurngn: Phono 191.
Our specialty Is cleaning and Mock
In:; felt, straw atnl Pananii hats. Ex
port Hat Claanora, 1121 Ybrt St.
Phono u and ask, ft-Manuel ltlfcfcArd
when you want sJi aatomoWlo. Boraa
iCAtcd Cjbalmcra-DatrOlL lata tnodttl.
Tlmo spent at tha Fnsklou Sslooa Is
tlmo pleasantly spoct. ThU iJaco Is
sometimes known os tbe Tno .low
Orooo stamps are Rtvsn Crv) wbec
you py cnth at tha Motca. Oil 'st
tho show' rooms aud kPo" hat jtm jeet
for Oroon Stsmps. lUrftnnU or. Fort
At Katniit, Puna,. )he kcol of r.
boat, li.trt of the sails and llth lines
v.'cro washed asboro (luring tht' storm
f last week.
visit Jack Robcrti at th Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You wltl get good Hoods and
courteous treatment 'there.
nmnto, n Jnpanrsp laborer, work
Inn on tho Ullo ra'llcoad cxtrnrlon,
lost his llfo near Oinmca arch on
Sunday by folllas gvoi tho bluff.
American Mcaiji l.aun.lry. , Phone
COS, American enipiojctfa. laundry
work of every description. Clothes
elcancd nnd prcased. Popular prices.
.Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, has notified tho Su
pervlrora of liuwalt that thcro Is no
flro cnshiO nvatiable for Hawaii coun
ty. With moro mills' operating tho stock
of 8USUI- on hand la IncicasliiR, al
though 45po .tons went forward to mar
ket last week by tho(Moxlc.in nnd Hn
terprlso, pay tho Hawull Ifrcald.
)r. H. S. (Wodhue, of HWualoa has
writ tho Uoartl.of' Supervisors tho last
hill in connection with, tho recent epi
demic of typhoid In Jvona, and ho 'asks
that tho Hoard of Kon.i hospital trus
tees bo dissolved. '"'
Tlio crnno nnd cnc'lno ued nt tho
Hllu breakwdter, (jthat foil Into tho
wnter a couple of ncoko oso, nio now
on tho track asaln. The damaga dono
was comparatively cllnht ,ond can bo
icpnlrod In a fow dayn. t
After having had vibration, mniJ
sai;e and hR-pullinir palmed off on
you for pstcoo'tfhy, don't you think
it would be wise to consult a.refrular
Osteopathic physician? Dr." Btten)
graduate Kirksrille.llSO Alakea St.
It Is rcixirtcd that there Is bot.wcau
twouty-nva hud Ivpnty-soven t?el of
wnter bslilnd tho dam' In "Nuuahti val
ley. This Is mere than th? dam has
over held before and seems to ejiow
no signs of the pressure, behind It.
A rixidnl mcctlni; of thn Honolulu
Chambpr of Commerco has been called
for this nttc-noon at 3 o'clock In tho
rooms of that Indy In tho StatiRonwuld
building to dlrcuss' tho proposed leg
islation by Congress affecting Hawaii.
A now road brtdHil Is . under con
struction at Hnlclwa and U oxpected
to bo completed In nbout a wvok. In
tho meantlmo tho uanur of tho hotel
liai mado nrrnngcmciiln fpr tho traps-
porung oi nutos aerot-o tin a flat car
fo that there will bo no delay to auto-
Tho ladles ot the city, and tcachera
nAMrrfnllt nm (nvllntl In nlUml tf-u
- -. "- ......v.. .w ....w... ...o.
ndtlro3s of Piof, U. Toonil-soii at tho'
Y V. C. A. Thursday at 3 p. in. Sub
J9Ct, "Voting. Quallilcntloiis for, aiU
Mnthods." This addrexs was to havo
been glun earlier hut waa poitpcnol
to this date, February 10.
At the Social Bclenco Club months
held last night thcro was considerable
tllBcustlon'on tho liquor question. Tho
meeting was hold nt the homo of Chief
Justice. Hartwcll nnd was pieslde.l
over by Governor I'roar. A. vote was
taken on the subject under discussion
nnd resulted In 10 to 0 In favor of pro
hibition. The Matson steamer Kntcrprlso sail'
c,i from Hllo for San Francisco at
3:30 p. m. Friday last with u vory
full cargi v.lilch Included 251 bundles
hides, 1 bundlo goat xUlns, 87 wlno bar-
els, G crates und 39 packages ohla
lumber, 41 bunchos binanns, 50 bar
rels empty bottles, 2G cratci plnoap
plos, 74 capes condensed milk, 5 bar
i els tree ferns, 12 bags coffee, and
3370 tons of sugar.
Tho Hawaii Hoard of Supervisors
hnvo received tno petitions nsklng
that tlio big coroamit treo liatwpen
Hackfcld's old placo and tha poit
effleo bo not cut down When tbo
formcf bulltllng was moved across
tho street. Tbo petitions wcro sign
ed by 139 people, headed by Mrs.
John A. Scott, chairman of tho pub
lic committee In Hawaii of' tho
Woman's National P.Ivors and Hnr
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU' STOOK AND
Copiiiat n.rt SthafTnir te Klin
AT YOUNQ TONIGHT
This evening Hugo Hcrzcr will pre
sent Mrs. Hugo Horzcr, Miss Irmgard
Schaefer, Chrlatlnn Jenkins nnd Henry
Clurk In a well arranged program at
tlio Yciinc hotel. Tho rerltnl In elvoti
nndtr distinguished patronage nnd no
doubt the Klngois will bn greeted bv a
largo audience. Following Is tho pro- between H'o High School and Kann.
gram: The game started late on account of
1. Charity ,. Rossini tomo of Ulc "'s'1 School player
Mrs. Hugo Herzer. .Miss Con- lU"il"S out late. Tho High School
stance llcstarlck. MIbs. Irmgard I,Red with two men short, nnd so
Schaefer. Miss Ada Rhodes. "'' weakened the team a great deal.
2. Tho Message Alllbscn ' 'cnl1 mnde tbo first goal fortho
Mr. Christian Jenkins. ll0rae team In the first half by shoot-
S. Mtcarela's Aria lllzot '"B a free kick bunted by Oodfrey
(Carmen) ,wlth his head. There was no moro
Mrs. Huso Herzer. tcorlng In the first half. After ten
4. My Dream Tostl minutes' rc'st the second half began,
M. Henry Clark. .when tho Knm girls arrived rtnd
3. Wldmung Schumann cheered their brothers, to victory.
Sapphic Ode Hrahms Tll tcam wcnt '" with a new spirit
Violets i:erjwhcro ....Von Flelltz a"1' acorcd two goals. Apau, one ot
Miss Irmgard Schncfcr. f'c Kara boys, rcferccd the game.
C. Danny Dceer Damrosch nnl 1'(1 hl work Eatlsfnctorlly tti
Mr. Christian Jenkins. tth teams.
7. Tho lllrth of Dawn ...-. I,coull Twcnty-mlnuto halves were play.)
Tho Nlghtlngalo Has a Lyro of eJ- A' the end ofythe second half
Gold , ,.. ,., Whelplcy tho ,coro stood 3 to 0 In fnvor of
Mrs. Hugo Herzer. ine Kama, giving them the chain-
8. Opening Chorus from Krnanl. Verdi I'lonshlp ot 1910. Much credit la
Mrs. Hugo Herzer, Miss Con- due tft Captain Hal, who coached the
stanco Kcstarlck, Miss Eliza Acn- team nnd who also played a star
las, Mrs. O. C. Swnlu, Miss K. same for his team. Now soccer Is
Senna. MIrs Irmgard JSchaefcr, over, and tho schools will turn to
Miss F. Towksbury, Miss Anita track athletics. The lineups In the
Phillips, Miss Ada Rhodes, Mr, soccer game were 'as follows:
A. F, Wall. Mr. Philip Hall, Drll Kamehamcha Kekuewa, g.; Ka
N. Falrtteather, Dr. Jno. Cowcs, lal, rf.; II. Husscy, If.; Apau, rh.J
Mr. Christian Jenkins, Mr. Henry A. McOowan, ch.; C. Wilcox, lh.; Hi
Clark, Mr. Jno. Anderson, Mr. It.
D. McOrow, Mr. Will Kerr.
Tho song and acrobatic act ot Mlsi
i:va Alva.whlch has been so popular
With tho boys of tho Paclf.'c Fleet
will bo contlnuod another week nt
tho Umpire Theatre. Miss Alva In
this act turns uaumcrsaults and cart
wheels, ntul spins about on ono hand
hi porfect tlmo with the accompany
ing music. Tho act Is ono that never
fntla In nvrltn tlin riflnttrnllnn tt av.
erjono who likes something of I
athletic nature. This was evidenced
when Miss Alya was playing In tho
Orient. Tho Japanese who nro, a
naturally nn athletic people and very
fond of exhibitions of thnt nature, at
tended tho houses where she plnyed
In great numbers nnd never fnllod
to bo bountiful In their applnust.
The Bulletin PubUsnlruj Co.,
Ltd., is agent fur the best engmimj
and lithographing comoany on ,
the Paciflo Coast and U prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the beet of form
'or' smart' functions.
" nllLLETIN AOS PAV
Young man wishes clerical position;
first-class references. Address A,
llulletlu office, 4fi38-2t
Jopnneso Cooking School. Families or
hotols supplied with cooks. C, M.
Motzlc, 1 IS7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1DG4.
For sale, rent or leaso, on or about
March 1, house of three bedrooms
(closet off each), parlor, dining
room, pantry, kitchen, bathroom,
electric lights and gas; largo
chicken ynrd and house; servants'
quurtors; on two car lines; three
nilnutea' walk 'from Punuhou Hue.
Call nt 1941 South King before 10
u, ni., or after 4 p. in., for partic
A fine No, 1 barred Plyniouth nock
yy GOOD SUIT OF CLQTH-ES,
in one of our latest riiodelsj'
made of a fucf. all-wool fabric
of one of the new weaves of gray or.
pattern blue. A silk-lined overcoat of
a soft gray or oxford weave cut in the
correct fashion; made by ..;.
Hart Schaf f ner fe
A hat ol the lateit style, and all the
other accessories of attire which tvev
can supply you. Witrftliis $6rt of
an outfit, you'll be one of-th'e' bes
dressed men in town.
SUITS $20 TO 35 OVERCOATS I1G.50 TO $00
ThU store is the home of Hart Sehaffner A Manr
NEWS NOTES FROM
Thero was a very exciting gamo
of Bcccr played on the Kamehamoha
School ground Monday afternoon
Oodfrey, or.; Ownl, Ir.; Noah, ol.;
Kamaloplli, cf.; Ktllkaa, II,
High School Hlco, g.; H. Chll-
llngworth, rf.; Marks, If.; Ilarnhart,
rh.; Hlart, or.; Purvis, ch.; Sing
Itoon, Ir.; Monsarrat, cf.; Carter, II.
Mmr""' !" osrrl at Bullatlri.
The stock books of the Oahu Sug-
?f Co" LM" wl" be cl80'1 to trans-
fers from February
10 ia, ooin
" (S.) W. P,rOTENHAUEH,
Treasurer, Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
NEW - TODAY'
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Lace and Embroidery
NOW GOING ON
MarmfflrlllrPrV HllP fft
"KHIUIflllUrKri jnUC UJ.,
(051 Fort Street-
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