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EVENING BULLBTm, HONOT.OLO. T. II., TUESDAY, 1'KIl. 22, 1510.
'fHrff'Ww F-yfiv r?h $rS& wryP vrvSr .fTFVTi? "tV., v.
white and colored
. canvas shoes
the white and colored canvas shoes at
this itore are superior because of tjie
material and the exjcel'ejithishape. of
each individual lasifchpy UlJccep
their shape; the counters are constjntct--ed
so there will be no'ruji. over". and,
scarcely any bulging tat the sides;'
there is a wealth of beaucyin these
shoes and we have many , beautiful
shades besides white. .,
Alfred' D. Cooper
Cable tnd'Vf tralta AdrM
Weatern Union and t Lleatr'e
Hawaiian Stocky and Bonds
Boughr and Sold
LOANS MADS ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
m'inerny shoe store
fort street above king- ,
07 Jtuldr taUdlng.
TeteStHofls 4W. Pi O. Box tOT.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stock and Bond Broken
M MHCHA1TT IT.
FH0H1 111 P. 0. 10X SM.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, , February 21.
WHO FIND SHOPPING IN THE.MORNING MOEE CON
VENIENT AND PROFITABLE,. WILL FIND THE. LUNCH
EONS AT THE PALM CAFE, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
AUCTION SALE OF LEASE OF
RANCH LAND AT MAUNA
At .Auction Rooms of Jas. W. Pratt.
Merchant Street, on Saturday, '
February 26, 1910, at 12,
TEIIMS: Ten -(10) years from
October 1, 1912. lipBCt rental, ft,-
900 per annum, net above tasea,
etc., and paynblo semi-annually In
LANDS: The III ot Maunalua,
Oahu, n. P. 4476, L.C. A. 7713, AP
30, to V. Kamamalu. Area, 6900
acres, more or less.
For form of lease, reservation,
eta, apply at offlco ot the Bishop
Estate, 77 Merchant Bt rest, "on and
after Februaryl8, 1910.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Honolulu, Teb. 15, 1910.
PAPER A 8UPPLYC0., LTD.
Fort and. .Queen Streets
QE0. 0. GUILD Manager
If you hod invested, 9100 at the
beginning in any of' the followktjt
California Oil Companies,- you could
have made by 'investing it in;
Monte Cristo Oil 3 i.iBO
Sauer Dough Oil .? 4,106
S. F. &McK Oil ...,.'.... 2,400
Peerless Oil 6,300
San Joaquin Oil 0,700
Kern River Oil t.p. '0,500
Central Oil i , 15,000
Etc., etc., etc. , ,
I advifc YOU to ,buv TEMPLOB
RANCH OIL CO. at 30 cents tier
share, QUICKLY. It .should be
worth 50 cents or better by July 1st.
A certain father, after inspeoting the.
Templor Ranch Oil property, wrute
to his son inHonoluln: "BUY ALL
YOU CAN OF TEMPLOR." The son
bought 5000 shares of Templor, 'Do
the same NOW! Grasp this Oppor
tunity while it knocks at your door!
It is well recommended by people
who know! I offer a few thousand
shares for sale.
For particulars anply at
. P. E. R. STBAUCH
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
Buv LISTED rttvirtpun Diviun r.mimb, i
atocka Many el ihfw lliuit ttixlct pay on. and
two frr c.nt monthly dlvUn4 By purchatlng
lltltJ ilockj you tan Mil any lav vou wlih. You
can lnvtl lariti or aniall iumt. W will glaJly Ull
ynu about tlM Hate,! tlockl or any othar California
oil uocljt. w r on tht ground ond optrailrir In
II the Cll lomla oil flatdf Wa hindlt only luminal-
prorjoilllnna and Invito tht moat thorojjh In
vtitlcatlonl Writ today tor lilt ol dlvMtnd pajlnr
atneka tnd quotation!, which w will Mod hm ol
charg. loc tnrta month.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
166 Geary St. San Francisco, Cal.
name of stock.
C. Brewer & Co. ...n....
Ewt Plantation Co
Hiwalian Agrle. Co
H.iV. Com. 4uz- Co
Hawaiian Sugar Ci. .."...
Iianomu Suga; Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co. r
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kuhuku Plantation Co. ...
Koloa Sugar C J
McBcyda Sugar Co ...
Onomon Sugar Co
Ookala ugar Co
Olaa Sugar Cc. Ltd
Paouhau Susar-Plunt, Co.
Paciflo Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wala'ua Agrlc Co
Walhiku Sugar Co
Wnlmanalo Sugar Co
Walniea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter Island Steam N. Co
Hawaiian nicrtrlc Co. , . .
Hon. R. T. & L Co , Pref.
Hon. R. TT& L Co. Com. .
Mutual 1 elephonu Co. . . .
NahlkuRuboer Co ,
Nahlku Rubber Co . Ass. .
lOahu R. & L. Co
Hllo U.R. Co
rlion. B. A M. Co
Hawaiian Plneapplo Co. . .
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Cal Beot Sug. & Rof. Co. C
Haiku Sugar Co. C
Haraakui Dltcu Co ,
Upper Ditch 6s
Haw. Irrgtn. Co , 6s
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo R, It. Co., Udue 190
inio n. n Co, con. u;: ...
Ilonokaa Sugai Co , 6 . .
Katml Ry, Co. 6a
Koliala Ditch Co. 6s
Oahu R. 4 L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 5 ,
Olaa Sugar Co R ...j...
Pac. Bute. Mill Co. s
Pala Plantation Co.
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
WalaluixAgrlo. Co. 5 ...
S3 1 -1
IOC J 4
I J7 1-2
The value of the classified ad is
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifies something that
the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous, To get'inunecuate returns in
lawaii use the Bulletin.
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phono 6
Fine copperplate engraving and
pi Intlng at Beakbane's, Fort sti 'ct.
Call on Mike Paton at the Encoro
Saloon for .1 draft of Fresh butler
milk. Dr. J. J. Carey, the dentist, has
opened offices at Room 307, Boston
Mrs. Dlckerson received new millin
ery by Alameda from Bastern markets.
Rnrlm Illopk. ".
Our specialty Is cleaning and blockr.
In' felt, straw and Panama hats. Il
nnrl Hat. Ploiinora 1121 Fnrt SI. " '
Bushncll, thewell known N. 0. 11.
baseball player. Is iblng. to the Const
for a trip, and will be away for about
There was nothing doing at the Po
lice Court this morning and Judge, po
lice officers and clerks were all out
cnjojlng tho parade.
Wolgast and Nelron light today for
the world's lightweight championship
and tho result should bo cable 1 In time
for this nflcrndon'a B u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
Tho Fort,Shaf(cr basket ball plaers
defeated the Columbia Bos last night
by a score of 20 to 1C. Tho soldleis
were too tall for the. Coast' lads.
'Donaldson, tho South African sprint
er, ts credited with running the hun
dred yards In 9 3 8 seconds If that
is the case a meeting, between Walker
end Donald woulj bo a great go.
Any young lady ilerJrlntf to enter
the voting contest at tho Elks Troll
for free trip to the Volcano, please
send Her name 1 to Oeo. J. O'Neill, P.
0. Box 4SG, or telephono 4 as soon as
Everything Is well at (he Outrigger
Club now and tho members who wero
engaged In a controversy as to nm
nteur and professional sport have all
Tho Australian Commonwealth flag
attracted a lbt of 'attention In the
Floral Par ado line of march today and
mnny Antlpodqans cheered It as It was
carried along by Cullon.Wardi who is
mmm$m .:- m;':w,:m
Knee pants lined all through
' Knickerbocker and"
plain cuts, made by
the leading tailors in
America. Stylish new
materials, well made
and reinforced. x
75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and
ELKS' BLDG, KING NEAR FORT
WAS RIOT AVERTED
AT STREET CROSSING
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!. Dl
BROWN A LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
DAVIS FALLS FIOU
CAR -BREAKS LEQ
This morning at about 9 o'clock ' a
Rapid Transit car which was crowded
with passengers swung''' around the
curve at tho coiner of Ponsacoljt and
Lunalllo ctrcsts, and f, R. Davis, a
joung man who was hanging onto tho
footboard, fell oft an J had 'his leg
Tho man was picked up atonco anu
the police patrol wagon conveyed htm
to the Queen's Hospital, whero at
present he Is resting easily, after hav,
lug tho limb cet.
BEATS HAKDI 6RAS
' On two dl.Teront occasions I havo
witnessed tho Mardl raa at Now Or
leans but for beauty of decoration,
tiniquo and enib cmatlc floats, artistic
design an J worknnnshtp beautiful wo
men and girls taking part. New Or
leans Is not to be mentioned in the
same breath, with tho parado I saw this
morulhg on tho streets bt Honolulu "
Southern Mallhlnl. '
Reported That Action of Rapid
Transit Company Almost Caused
Man-Handling 'of Car Man.
Honolulans were agreed today
upon one subject, and that Is Indig
nation at the action of tho Rapid
Transit Company In running sticct
cars on King street during the pa
rade hour. Almost any group ot
citizens seen' talking together dur
ing or after the parade were cer
tain to he condemning the street
car company for Its action, and this
In no uncertain language.
"It's an outrage, a shame, etc.,"
was heard frequently. In fact, tho
language ot many men on the sub
ject was more emphatic than quotable.
The greatcbt Indignation was evi
dent near the corner of AlaWca and
King streets, where the, street-car
men, following the orders of the cai
superintendents, wero reported to
have acted In a manner that could
not fall to bring censure upon them,
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
You can trust" yourself to step on
one of our step-ladders. They're
strongly made of thoroughly-seasoned
wood and braced at each step with
MaclfC anfl CnnfotIV, Straight ladders, 12 to 22 ft. hWh,
IIIU.IS1J USIU Will Villi
Read for the Carnival, at
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.
I Correctly Charged With Gas
Arctic Soda Water Works
Lelthcad & Woodward
1268 MILLER ST. PHONE 557.
TWO MONIES OF 1810 ARE
NEARLY PABfi AND THAT WILL
YOU WERE DOING TO MAKE
STILL SLUMBERS IN EMBRYO.
BETTER HAVE US FIX IT U? FOR
YOU TODAY TOMORROW JlAY
Hawaiian trust Co., Ltd.
B23 Fort Street
Listed arid ,' unlisted Oil Stocks
handled on conmlssion. Daily quo
tation sheets dh request.
Member.' Cali4 Stock & Oil Exchange.
101 Russ Building, San Francisco,
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN1 REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St.
David A, Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance.
203 Judd Bldg.
Salot Between Doardi: 250 Oahu
fu'. Co., 130 7G; 230 Oahu Bus. Co.
Witt 3) Oahu Bug. Co, I36.7G; 43
Oahu But;. Co., $3C75; IS Puc Sugir
Mill, ?lSu: 25 Pioneer, $220; $5000
Olaa Ob $05; $2000 jOlaa 6r$Si $1000
Hllo ft .03, $07; $17,000 Hllo R. Cb,
1001, $100 25; 30 Haw, C. &. 8.. $33:25)
150 Olaa. $7; 100 QJm, $7: 50 Olaa, $7;
30 Ewn $S4; 33 Bwo-, $34; 20, Pioneer,
$220; $3C00 Hllo 1S01 6b, $220; $3000
Hllo 1931 Cs, $100.23. Session: 25 Ono
moa, $64 50; 30 Onomea, $54 60; 80
Olaa, $7; 10 Mcliryd?, J7.37V4;. 25 Mc
uryue, i..j',i!iD t'louecr, izzwju.
1 Nollfco No .session, .tpmorrowt Feb
ruary 22, 1910, Washington's Birth
day. Ultiitcnds Ffcb, 20, 1910: Haw,, Ar
Cb, 1 Rfaarc.
Latsst tugsr .qupUtlon. 4.2375 canto
01- $84.79 per ton.
11 a MMaaAwawpMawMai m
Step-ladders ,4 to 12 ft. high.
Extension ladders. Those that ex
tend from 6 to 10 ft., up to those
that extend from 18 to 33 ft.
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 S. King Street ' " "
Ano of the emergency nutos sent out. n j fakers and FaTiimiJe.
GEN SOPER MODEST
from one of the garages, which was
waiting to fall Into lino with tho
parade, stopped upon the Btrcet-car
track. Pratt, so It Ux reported,
shouted at tho joung Amerlcan
driving the car to get off tho track.
Ho was told to wait With his street
car until tho parade passed. Ihen
It Is claimed that Pratt shouted, "1
will not," and gave his motormau
orderb to go ahead. The controller
on tho street car was released, and
only by the skillful handling of tho
automoblto wero tho occupants of
tho emergency enr able to escape
Wing crushed by tho street car. Tho
action of Pratt, It Is said, caused a
stir of Indignation among the wit
nesses of the Incident, One man Is
authority for the statement that a
biulncsa man well known In Hono
lulu advised man-handling for the,
stieet-car men and offered to do hlsj
bharo by financial contribution. J
Undoubtedly some nctlo'i ot theA
utrcct-car' mon at Alakca and King
uti;cls aroused mare indignation.
. . ..... . ,.
unri ijono uiu crowas are usually
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
"BULL" GINGER ALE
The drink with a real bite and
snap to it.
RYOROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Masquerade and -Carnival
The finest .and meat elab
orate costume ever brought
to this city will arrive in the
Wilhelmina, February 16.
Call early and make your
Hawaiian News Co.,--Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
r,'lltor Evening Bulletin:
of, the ralHlng of the Maklkl Flap if-i1" tpo paulr ot BOiw'g'
quires correction but the fact s that
(lie enly ciedlt I deserve IS far lnvlus
actod ad the medliim uheroby tho buIi
fcrlpHomr for the purcharo- ot.llw Hag
Very truly yours
JNO. il, sopzn.
rob. 22, 1910.
Sugar, 4.2315 cts,
henry mwm mm.
Mombora Honolulu Mook mni rl
FORT AND MERCHANT BT8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND, J1QKUL
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
818 Kahumanu Street,
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust. Co.,
MEMBBR.H6NOLULU STOCK AND
w BOND EXCHANQE
RE3TAURAST'-MAN An experi
enced man to take' charge of res
taurant doing Imslnrss now ot
about $1005 a mon;'.r; but capa
ble of expansion. Good opportu
nity for Iman willing to work.
Salary and Interest In profits No
capital required. Address "Cafe,"
Bulletin office. 4548-tt
NEW - TODAY
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned , 111 not bo jresnonslblo
for debts Incurred In his name with
out hlB written order.
J, E, DIELA.
Ccmmitteemcn Say That Nearly,'
Twenty Years Will Lapse Be
fore Investigation Is Over.
WASHINBTON, January 27. Tho
Balllngor-Plnchot Inquiry will bo re
sumed at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing with I.ou!s R. Glavls again oil tho
ctaml. Olavls has been offered aa tho,'.
fli-at wltnosB by tho accusers ot the
Sccietary ot tho Interior, to lay tho
foundation of their case At tho In
itial session of tho commlttco ho made
llttlo moie than a start on his testi
in beginning, however, Mr. Olavls
made the additional charge against
Secretary Balllnger that, beforo en
tering the Government scrvlco ho had ,
acted ns counsel In the Wilson Coal
Company cases In the- State ot Wash
ington by drawing up an escrow
agreement and doeds for nllegcd frail
ulcnt claimants. OlaUs laid emphasis
on tho fact that Mr. Balllngcr's iiamo
had been omitted frm all records in
the case, and that the claimants ap
peared only "by attorney."
From tho manner In which the com
mittee pioceeded jesterday It is evi
dent that each member, when ho wants
a particular point illuminated, will
not wait for an opportunity to cross
examine, but will Interrupt witness.
lio bring out additional avldenco or to'
call attention to discrepancies. 1
185 sdlterlsl rooms 256 busi
nsss office, Theiasre the telephon
umbsrs of tht Bulletin offlsa. 1
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