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BVENINO BULLETIN, HOHOLOLO, T. II., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 2. 1010
if you want a Shoe
' That Will Last
That WjJ Keep Shape
That will be comfortable and be
fashionable and aid in keeping a
man well dressed from the time
it leaves the store until it goes
into the garbage pile, ,buy a
M'Inerny Shoe Store,
Fort street, just above King
PALM CAFE, Hotel St., at Union
AUCTION SALE OF LEASE OF
RANCH LAND AT MAUNA
lua; OAHU. ' '
At Auction Rooms of las. W. Pratt,
Merchant Street, on Saturday.
February 96, 1910, at 13
t o'clock Noon.
(10) rears from
Oetober 1, 1912.
Upset rental. $1',-
tS and payable se'ml-annuallr In
Y.'AND3: Tha III of Maunalua,
Oahu. n. P. 4475, L. O. A. 7.T1J, Ap
39,' to V. Hamamalu. Area, 6000
acres, mora or leu.
.' ' '
'For form of lease, reservations,
etc., apply at office of the Bishop
Relate, 7T Merchant street, on and
sl(sr February 18, 1810.
" JAMES W. PnATT.
t Honolulu, Feb. 1C, 1010.
for a lame profit in California Oil
stock ia given you by buying iharei
TEMPLOR RANCH OIL CO.
Thia it your laat chanoe to buy at
30 CENTS A SHARE. -
Tha prjoe will adranoe hereafter,
and if you want to irrasp this oppor
tunity, whioh is waiting on you,
' YOU MUST BUY NOW.
The reasons why it is
A SAFE AND SOUND INVESTMENT
are: The TEMPL0B RANCH OIL
(04 ACRES OIL LAND,
NINE OIL WELLS.
16,000 BBL. OIL ON HAND.
I is erectinjr for the storage of its
hiffh-eiade oil a larse
, .98,000 BBL. RESERVOIR, '
and as soon as the-pipe line is con
nected for the delivery of oil, its
daily output will be at least
600 BBL. OF OIL
when it will be in shape to declare
BUY TEMPLOR RANCH FOR 300.
NOW is the time. Call only for
Templor Banoh. Insist on your wife
buying; Templor Ranch, adrise your
friends to buy it, and last of all buy
of Templor Ranch ALL YOU CAN.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. Kins; St.
Stop Paying Rent
See the' h,
HAWAIIAN "REALTY CO.
Phono 663. 83 Merchant Bt.
David A. Powsett
Real Estate and Insurance..
203 Judd Bide. '. 2nd Floor.
Made with the Parett Ingredient
and flavored with Pate Fruits. W
have the facilities f or fttrniahin thia
delicious refreshment .to all "Hono
lulu. Reasonable Prices.
WEEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. 0. GUILD - Manager
Then you need
We haye the most liberal polloy
written. Double benefits and unlim
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 Fort Street
LOT and House, Kinir street Six
rooms, kitchen, etc. Electrio light
and plumbing, in very good shape.
83 MERCHANT STREET
Alfred D. Cooper
lawaHM'Jtoks and taJs
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 489 P. 0. Box 07
Stock and Bond Broker,
CT0KE 618. P. 0. 0X i8.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, March 2.
"name or BTOCK.
C. Brewer Co
Bwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlo Co. . . . ; .
Haw. Com. & ug Co. . . .
Hawaiian SugLr O). .....
Ilonotnu Suga ' Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchlnr.on Sugar Plant. ,
Kabuku Plantation Co. ...
Kekcha Sugar Co
JColoa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomoa Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Cc. Ltd. ..... .
Paauhau Sugaf Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill.......
Vala Plantation Co. ....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co.
Wala'ua Agrle Co. ,.,i..
Wallnku Sugar Co
Waimanalo Sugar Co ....
Waltnea Sugar Mill Co. . .
,nter-Ialand 4am N. Co.
nnwauan w.ccinc uo. . . .
Hon. IUT. L Co Pref. .
Hoh. J. T. A L Co . Com. .
Mutual 1 cleuhbne Co. . . .
Kahlku Ruboer Co ,
Nahlku Rubber Co , An. .
OahuR. AJUCo ,.
HI10 II. R.Tpo. i
Hon. I) A Mi Co
Hawaiian PJneapplo Co. . ,
Haw. Ter. Fire CI.) ..
Cnl. Beot Bug ft lief. Co,
Haiku Sugar Co. t
Hara-tkua Ditch Co,
Haw, Irrgtn. Co , u . . . .
Haw.'Com. 8ui Co. IX
Illln.U. R. Co.lMnelBO
HRo H. R. Co , Con. ...
Honokaa Sugai Co . . .
Hon. R. T. & U Co. 8 ...
Kauai Rr. Co. 6
Kohala Ditch Co. Si
McBryde Sugar Co. (4 . . .
Oahu Sugar Co. 5X
Olaa Pugar Co. 0
Pac Sug. Mill Co.
Pala Plantation Co
SALHS BcUeon Boards: 50 Wnla
lua, J131.50; 70 Walalim. $131.50: 200
Honokaa, 23.12 Vi I 50 Honokaa, 123.12 y.
21 Hon..R. T. & L. Co. Com , $101; 10
Pioneer. $232 SO; 40 Walaltia. $132 GO;
100 Oahu Sug Co, $3C75 109 Oahu
Sue. Co, $30.73; 200 Oahu Sug. Co.,
$30.76; 25 Paauhau, $30; 25 Paauhau,
$30; 100 Haw.tFIno Co, $29 50; 100
Haw. Pino Co, $29.50; 100 Haw. C. &.
3. Co. $39.75; 100 Haw. C. & S. Co.
$10; 200 Haw. C. & 8. Co . $40 25.
Session Salca! 30 Oahu Sug. Co.
$37: 5 Hon. B. & M. Co. $11); 5 Kilo
R. R. Com. $13; 5 Hllo R. R. Com,
$13; 50 Haw. C. & B. Co, $40.60; 81
Haw. C. & 8. Co., $40.50.
Latest sugar quotation 4.39 centi or
MT(1 ni inn.
Sugar, 4,39 cts.
Beets, 14s 3d
HENRY WATEBHftOSEntUST 01.
Members Honolulu StooK and lond
PORT AND MERCHANT fTf.
I TSkSFXUfll 199.
STOCK AND BOND BR0SZS.
Member Honelnlrfltoek a&d ;Bond
848 Kab(umaB. Street.
STOCKS , AND B0KD8
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
BOND EXCHANGE '
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That tnrrlblo itch disappears -with
tho riRST DTIOP3 of D. D. D. Pro
scription. It kills bll skin dleaso
conns Instantly. A soothing, healing
lotlan, used externally only, Hono
lulu Drug Co , Fort street.
BULLETIN AU6 PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
One oeita word will carry tour
nessaafio,the people of Hawaii in
tne ousnnea coiunuu 01 me Bul
letin. A thirty cent investment
will place your want or wish before
almost thirty tnousana people.
Automobile! $4 per hour. Phone $
Fine copperplate engraving And
pi luting at heakbune'e. Fort street.
Call on .Mike Paton at the Encore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Dr. J. J. Carey, the cVmtlst, has
opened ofllao at Room 207, Boeton
There will be n meeting of the
Daughters of Hawaii tomorrow
morning at bait-past nine.
Major Fern has rented an auto
from one of the locnl garages, pay
ing $65, per, month rental.
Pur pcelalty la cleaning and blok
log flt, itraer ,aod Panama hats. Hx
pert Hat gleaners. 1121 Fort 61.
.Coast jiapcrs. state that Col. Sam
Parker has arrived on tho Coast and
will probably sail for Honolulu In
Frederic L. Marotig" U. D., uhyslolan
and surgeon. Um ouuned oUceg at 270,
Beratanla street. Office hours 11-1.
1 5, and7-8.
Mill Jock. RoixiU at U Keniuoki
-Saloon wbeh you want liquid rutrwb
ment. Toil ,wl)lget guol tsooda and
courteous treatment there
On the. eighth, of this month thcro
will be a comiictltlro examination
held At the naval station .for tho se
lection ojtdteujc .inspectors.
Grew tmpaar.svu tttvt) wkoc
you pay eaab at uo stoiee. oau a
the shqw rooms sad.ae wbat you s
for aren'8iamps, treinl a. Port.
Osteomtkr enree iwhen otker
mthods faL ScJeatiilo manipula
tion, and ladjas'jnent of the spine,
Sr. .Stetn. .(toewsJM, USO Alakea
Superintendent ct i'uumc instruc
tion Pope departed cstcrday tor a
tour of Inspection of the schools on
Kauai. He will Vet" u" s.chool
dlQlculiJce .while there.
VIUua-Matsurl," or tho poach
blossom season, fcstlynj, pw 111 bo,,cl
ebrajed tomorrow by tbe local Jap
anese. This Is a yory old custom,
r.rid is always generally observed In
the, hom.e- country,
Tha' grand clearance sale at
Btom's begins on Monday. ' Price
reductions In no Instance lesa than
twentr-flve oer cent, will be made
on the kind ofteeaainable, merchan
dise that womon, girls and small
There was a reception last even
ing at the Dal Koch Wen Gen Wot
Boelpty. .held lu bonnet. C. Q. Vee
flop ana long itaji, wno ura uuuui.
to depart for tho home country on a
vsl) C. Q. yto lop hns.Jieen In
Ihe Islands twenty-two years.
Treasurer Conkllng. has dug up tho
Uw In fact that copartnerships re
muject to registration, enu a tun
icnalty attached for non-compliance
felth the law. Thcro are a goodly
number of copartnerships doing uu-
loess In this city which have raueu to
tegtster and Treasurer Conkllng Is
going to mako a decided move against
delinquents In this rcspoct.
I The Stock Kxehange will hold a
fleeting on Thursday, at which time
I. II. award will bo elected ex
change alternate far W? P. Roth and
A. N. Campbell for R. V. Shingle,
this Ib done on account of the new
relations between Olflard and Roth
resulting from aiftard's withdrawal
trom tho Henry Waterhouse' Trust
. ,ThPr? appears to be troublo brew
ing for tho Planters' Association1
claimed to hae been-brought about
by Special Agent U K, Ptnkbam,
wherein It Is claimed that certain con
ditions under which" he'forwarded two
laborors to these Islands from Macao
kre In violation' of tho contract laws.
Tho subjects In question are two
boys, who arrlvod recently on thoTcn-ro-Maru.'who
declared on tbelr'exam-
(nation that they Were coining hero to
work for tho Planters' Association.
Tho Fodoral authorities are Investi
gating -the oase. -
i . '
POLICE COURT NOTES.
Special polfco officer Mlnnoylllo laid
a chnrgo of cruolty against Ben Galla
gher, the horao breaker, this morning
jtt the police court. Tho accused was
Charged with jiavlns crpclly beaten a
mule; the hogging, according to mo
testimony of the pollco, was most so
voro and the animal, although stub
born, was badly treatod.
police wag peon troatlng a' horao In
a brutal fashion on King street lately,
was discharged by Judge Andrade. Tho
Judgo knows tho mulo that Qallaghcr
was driving, and it has a record for
being about tlo meanest bruto In Ho
nolulu. Pung Bung wendpd his way through,
the city jcstcr'ilay morning long otter
tho'Iiour of nine, When all s,wlll wag
oob should ho at hopic. Tho odor from
tho "Ico crconi" cans attracted tho at
tention of an alert police officer and
Pang was arrested at once. This
ninrning the defendant wns warned
about iho danger of parading 1 the
streets 'during prohibited hours and
then ordered to pay a flno of $51
A bunch pf JtpanosQ soda water
merchants was beforo 'tho court on a
chargoof yenfllng cold drinks that
wcro not up to tha mark as prescrili
Cd by tho Puro Food law. Jhelr casos
worn continued till n future dato when
their sldo of tho matter will bo Its
A couple of drunks faced tho music
this morning and the usual $4 fines
woro handed out to thorn. Tho nntp
spec,d cases wcro nearly all sent over
till future dates and the court ad
journed at ten o'clock.
"HEY'LL be worn this spring an4 summer
- Don't wait until the season is half over
Handsome plain materials in White, Gream-
Beautiful Flannels in stripes
Prices, $6, $6.50, $7, $7.50, and 4f 8 a pair
AUDIT COMPANY OF
824 'BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 646
Conducts all classes of Audits and '
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds.of financial work.
Supwstions given for simplifying
or systematizins; office
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Co.,
At the nnnuol meeting of tho
stockholders of the Honolulu Rapid
Transit & Urnd Co , Ltd., held on
Friday, February 25, 1910. the fol
lowing wcro elected directors of the
company to serve,, for tho ensiling
year; L. T. Peck, L. ... Thurston, Q.
P. Castle, C. II. Athcrton, A. I Cas
tle. R.. Ivsrs, W. B. Castle. C. O. Bal
lentyne, O. N. Wilcox. .
At a subsequent meeting of tho
directors of'sald company, hold on
the same date, tha following-named
officers wero elected for the ensuing
L. T. Peck President
L. A. Thurston. .1st Vice-President
O. P. Castle 2nd Vice-President
C. H. Athcrton Treasurer
A. U Castle Secretary
Y. M. Graham Auditor
ALFRED L. CASTLU.
CARD OF THANKS.
The Jaml.Iy of Mrs. S. M. Chris
tina wish to thank" all their friends
who sent flowers and aid In their
late berpaoruent, and extend their
thanks to Bishop Libert to." his kind
ness. - 455G-U
SIT'WTD ,. ., .. t
uy restaurant man cu ton jeurs- ex
perlence In the States, as manager
or stoward. Address "Hotel,"
Bulletin office. 4556-lt
Young girl to take caro of eight-months-old
baby. Address "C. 1'.
M.", Bulletin office. 4566-tf
Passbooks No. 439 and 4405. Please
. return to Bank of Hawaii savings
ANNUAL MEETING OF
' JAPANESE A. CLUB
At (ho annual meeting of tho Japan
ese. Athletic Club which was hold last
night, It was decided that a series of
games bo played against the Diamond
Heads and Uiat tho first match bo on
Sunday, March 13. Flvo games In all
will be played, and tho winners will
ho tho nlno that captures thrco out of
Th? annual election of officers also
took placo and tho following Is tho
list of offlcldls who wilt hold tho club
down during tho coming yonr: K.
Yasumorl, president; OnodCru, vlco
pres(dett: Rd. Townscnd, socrotaryr
K. BadayaBU, treasurer; K, Maruyama,
managor, and J. K. Notley," captain."
A flno luau to colobrnto' tho winning
of tho championship nlll be given on
Sunday. March 27. nnd It Is. accord
ing to tho talk of tlio men who oro
getting It up. going to bu tlio best ever
I held by any sporting association.
1028 Nuuanu Bt.
1 1 TV Vnillir hao been mado In'the last few years
Al r A I ill Hill I" nU Of the branches of the main' In
JlJULlt IUU11U ,,uatry Df tho islands. .ftf
Tho (ho ronslnlaw of Alexander
YounK mailc tho Initial niovo in tha,)6ndcll to. '
coming fosthltles of -tho goidon od-' .
ding nnnlvcrttnry which is to bn
C'JIU- I ,
brntvd next Sunday, by kIVIiir a lun
chran tn their father In law voutf rrl.1
In the Young Hotel. ' i
Tho tablo decorations wcro In red
nnd follow, tho national colors of Scot
Thcro wos much good feeling ox-
pressed on nil sides regarding tho tarn
liy relationship existing notween tnoso-
present. Tonrts wcro gncn thick and ,,... i -i .... ..Vrn'ra..
fast, nftct which Mr. Young Interested emo Instances being .he saving tea
tbnso about him with stories of tlio re of plays that Would otUejlse
eorly tlmca In thexo Ulunds. reciting
M n ..wfcjn..j-
H i - -.' " H1 ''25
tJtll v ':' w
I IT l! .
I te I j
I Progress 1 1
ninny of the Inconveniences conWcted
w(th plantation work and drawing at.,
tcntlon o tho vast Improvements, that
''THE OOUflCE OF TROUBLE
must bo reached beforo It can
the' root of 'yOur cou.h and curdd IL
Harmless and sure. At ail aruKgists.
KcportB coming from the Eastern
States of Hawaiian!!- playing on' the
amutemeut circuit! state thai,; they
re . dolD wel, B.nernllr. and In
ne a irrawv . , as i
iii i wmmmmgjgm
- ... - j ,
' m ft Ai4l Walk fA 'tfritttifa r ht. n, rt A