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RTONINO fitJLLWW. floMoi.TnA T. It., tiWrsDAY. MAit 3, iJi. " " . ,. .... .. .
if youvwant a
That Will Last
; , That W$ Keep Shape
That will be comfortable and be
fashionable and'' aid iri peeping a
man well dressed from the time
it leaves the 'store until it goes
into the garbage pile, buy a
M'Inerny Shqe Store,,
Fort street, just above King
loin. BeMpnabI Prices.
PALM CAFE, Hotel St, at Union
3 1 i it
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AUCTIOX BALE OF LEASE OF
BAHCH LAUD AT MAUsTA
LIJA, OAHU. ,
At Auttion Boom of las. W. Pratt,
Merchant Stmt, on Shtardac.
February M, 1910, at 18
, o'clock Boon.
JTBRMB: Ten, '(10) rears Horn
.October 1, 1612. Uptet rental, $1,-
900 per annum, nst abort taxes,
etc., and payable aemi-annuaUr In
LANDS: The "III of Maunalua,
Oahu, R.'P. Kkli, UC.A. 771. Ap.
30, to V. Kamamalu. Araa, 6800
aer ca, mora' or leaa.
For ' toita of lease, reservations,
etc., apply at office of tha Dlabop
stato, 7T Merehant street, oa-and
after February-18, Hid.
, JAMBS W. PRATT,
i.i , Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Feb. 1G, 1810.
for a large prott rn California Oil
aioek U nirea yoa by baying shares
TZ1CFI0B RANCH OIL CO.
tali is your last ohanoe to tray at
SO OEHTN A UUUU.
Tha prioe will advance) hereafter,
and if yon want to inasp thia oppor
tunity, whloh is waiting on yon,
YOU MUST BUT HOW.
The reasons why It la
A 8AF1 AND 80UND INVESTMENT
are: Tha TEHFLOB BANCH OIL
804 ACHES OIL LAND,
VINE 0DY WILLS,
15.000 BBL, OIL ON HAND.
It ii ereotinff for the storage of its
Msn-grade oil a large
SS.OOO BBL. BEteBVOIB,
and M toon at tha pine line ii eon
neeted for the delivery of 'oil. rU
daily output will be at leott
600 BBL. OF OIL
when it will be in thape to deoUre
BUT TEHFLOB RANCH FOR 300.
NOW U the time. Call' only for
Tempter Ranch. Insist on your wife
baying Templor Ranch, adTite your
friends to tray it, and last of all buy
of TwppTor RaioVALL,TOU CAN.,
' P. E. R. 8TRAUCH""
74 8, Xing St. Waity Bldg,
Stop Paying Rent
See the "
HAWAIIAN MtAlTY CO,
Fhone ,563. 83 Merchant St.
David A., powsett
Deal Estate and. Insurance-.
203 Jttdd Bldg. 2nd Floor,
Hade with tht Purest Inandknte.
and flavored with Fan Frnite. We
have tht facilities, for tarnishing thai
delicious rttmihment. to aH'into
WHEN IK SEED- OF
si any deaeriation
FAFER et SUFFLY CO., LTD.
Fori and Queen Btieets
010. 0. GUILD Manager
Then y6n need
We have the raoit liberal polloy
written. Double, benefits and unlim
ited Indemnity. , - -
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 "Fort Street
EOT and House,' Kins; ttreet Six
rooms, kltoheri, eta Bleetriej light
gp.d planbjnjr, in very good thape.
83 MEECHANT STAEST
T -e- V-
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Jtwfcs and Bonds
fttuoW aisi Mi . ,
307 TODD BUIEDIHG
Telephone 489, F. 0. Box 607
Stock and Bond Broker,
S MERCHANT IT,
FHONI 611 P. 0. BOX. Mi.
Honolulu Stock ftchange
Thursday, March 3.
NAMB OF STOCK.
C. Brewer A Co
wa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric. Co
Haw. Com.' Hag. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar O). .....
Uonomu Suga 'Co:
Honokaa Bug ir Co.
Haiku sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantation Co. . . .
Kekaha Sugar Co.
McBryde Sugar Oo
Oahu Sugar Co
Oaomea Sugar Co,
Ookata Sugar Co
Qtaa Sugar Cc Ltd.
Baauhau Suga' PlaaL Co,
Pacini Sugar Mill
Hula Wahtellon Co.
Pepaekeo sugar Oo
Wata'at AgrlcCo ,.
Watluku Sucar Co. .
watmaa Sugar tail Co. . .
Inter-Island Bletun Jtl Oo.
JgftwwltM Mecriw Oo. . . .
Hon.R.T.D Co., Pre:.
Hon. B. t. L Co , Ooaa. .
Uutaal Telephone Co. . .
Nahlku nubber Cc Aaa. .
Oahu R. ft L. Co.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. , .
Haw.Ter.4X Fire CI. r.
Haw. Ter. ....:
Haw. Ter. iX ,
Haw. Oot'I. if .
Cal.Beet Bug. ft Ret. Co, I
Haiku Sugar Co. ex
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Often is
Haw. trrgtn. Ctu, ee . . ..,
Haw. com. Hag. (. ax
Hllo R. R. Co., lame 181
HII0H.R.O0..OM1. X -
Honokaa Sugai Co.. 05J ..
Hon. R. T. ft L Oo. ST. ...
Kanal Ry, Co. te
Kohala Dlteh Oo. Da
MeBrrde Sugar Co. (a . . .
Oahu Sugar Co. IX
Olaa sugar OO 9
Pae. Bug. Mill Ca 6s
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. X
Walalua Agrle. Co. IX . . .
SALES Dctwoen Boards: 50 Wala
lua, 1133; 20 Walalua. I133S 100 Warn
lua, $133; 30 Walalua, 8134; 10 Wala
lua, $135; 1000-Haw. C. & S. Co., $40.50
150 Haw. C. & 8. Co , $40.75; 250 Haw.
C. & S. Co., $40.75; 325 HawC. & S.
Co., $40.75; 200 Haw. C. & S. Co.. $41;
150 Haw. C. ft 8. Co.,v$41; 100 Haw
C. ft S. CO., HI! 5 Pala, $134.50; 5
Hutchinson, $18; 85-Dlak, $6.87V&! 15
Olaa, $6.87 4; 70, Oahu Bug. Co., $37.50;
25 Oahu Sug. Co, $37.50; 10 Hon. D.
ft M. Co, $18i 200 Mul. Tol. Co,, $10;
$7000 Cat. net. 6s.. $101.50; 200 Hono
kaa, $28.124! 60 Honokaa, $23.12ji
100 Bwg, $85, ,. ,.
sencion uaies; ia uwo, j;; iuu
Psva, $351 40 Kwa, $35; 60 Bwa, $85;
20 Hntr. C. ft BsCo., $41 i 10 Hair. C.
t: 8. Co., $41; 21McBrydc, $7.2$; 6
Oahu Stic Co., $38 60; 100 Oahu. Bug.
Co., $38.50; t Pioneer, $235 00; 10 Ewa
$85; IS Oahu Sug. Co., $38.75; 15 Oahu
Sug. Co., $38.75; 20 Oahu Bug. Co.,
$38.75; 18 McUryde, $7.
Latest tuflar quotation 4.43 cents or
$88.60 'per ton;
Sugar, 4.43 cts,
Beets, I4j 4 f-2i
.EMY WIIEUM IMSHO.
Mtmbart Henotulti .trtoek aad stand
FORT AND MIRtiHAMT BTc).
W. P. ROTH,
' STOCK AUD ioXD BB0EE1.
Member Honolulu' Stoelt and Bond
848 Kthnmsitt Street,
STOCKS AHH B0p8
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK Aim
. B0HD IX0HAHQE
BULLETIN A,D8 PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Aetomobllet $4 per hour. Phone 6
Fine)' 'bonpcrpUtO euumnriK ud
pHtittng a Tieakftana'e. Fort itret.
Call On7 Mike Pnlon at the Encore
Saloon Ibr a draft of Fresh bstter
mllk. Drj J. J; Carey, the donllst, has
opened offlsed' at Room 307, Boston
Hon. H. P. Baldwin and H. A. Bald
win will leave (or Kauai by the steam
er Klnau on next Tuesday.
Oar specialty la ataanlng and block
ing (alt, strati and Panama bats. Eki
pert Uat'Cloanere. 1181 Vott St.
Frederic L. Morona. fct. D. phyatclan
and surgeon, kaa opened orBoee at 8f0
Beretanla atteeC Office, hours 11U,
M, and 7-8.
ytaU Jack Hobertc a, le. Kentucky
Baloiin, when you want IlqaJd reteah
.meat; Ton, will get good goods and
eourteoua treatment Ui
,ataaiaeia.gTaa (tree) "ec
r eaatk'at '. aiiaaa, OaU at
w, rootoe and. 'tea what, yoa get
tha show, rootoe aad tea w tat. yon
ter Orata Btetnpa. aattatanU . FOrt.
Among the passengers ho arrived
this morning' from nab all and Maul
ports by the steamer Claudlno wero
E. H. Paris, O. W. Cnrr and Alox.
OtteopathT aoret when other
methoda flu. Maatina manipuU-
tJ6n taa sijjurtment of the spine.
ITT. rneea, goeoeaun. iiov Aiaava
atraet.. - '
-Captain Haeiund, auiienntenacnt or
tho-Interlsland Steam NaT. company
returned" from a tour of the other Isl
ands, this morning;.. He arrlvod by the
' John. Waterhouae and C. II. Cooke
will tall for Kauai thla ovenlng by the
steamer W, Q; Hall. Thoy will make
an Inspection tour ot the McBrydo
plantation while away.
Extensive grading. Ii being done, on
the site for the now Rapid Transit cor
barn on Beretanla avenue bolow tha
omnloyes' club, house. Tbo car .barn
10 o! erected wjh, accominuusio uwui
twelve largo cars.
Governor Walter P. Frcar and Sup
erintendent of Publlo, Works, Marston
Cnmpbell ore Intending passenger to
Kauai ports by the UHerUland steam
er Klnau scheduled -toT sail for tho
Oarden Island on noxt Tuesday,
Dr. and; Mrs. J. R. Burdetto aro con
templating a visit tp I tho volcano of
Kllauea. They, will probably sail for
Hawaii by tho ateamer Mauna Loa
and take the overland Journey to tho
natural wonder on the 'Big Island.
Thefo will be a meeting of the Ka
mohameba Alumni Association tomor
row evening, March 4, at 7:30 o'clock
at their Club House on Fort street.
'Alt tho members of the Association
'are requested to be present, aa matter
or great importance win do aiscussoa.
The 260-yard championship run
ning race of the world betweei) Poo
tle and Cartmell must have been a
wonderful affair. Batting was 6 to
4 on Pottle at the start. Both men
got away together, and for a ahort
distance the Australian led by a
yard. Then Cartmell made his ef
fort and, running In a-manner never
seen before, passed Postle aa if he
were a noylco nnd on by three
yard., The time was 21 1-2 seconds,
and It establishes a British "record.
It was Cartmotl't first appearance aa
a professional, ho having won the
220-yard amateur championship tost
Ttfr Kf.F nnhlbH 1 m Mah 7flUnH.
UMtJ. ...v-m-vm.-,.,- .wn .H.W.. 1
er, covered the 320 yards In 21, 2-6 !
seconds in February, isoz, ana
Harry Hutchehs In 1885 did the dis
tance In 21 4-5J seconds. H. J. Wa
fers ot New York did, the best ama
teur time for 200 yards and his fig
ures are 21 1-5 seconds. B. Kerr ot
Canada Is credited, with' 21 2-5
tiPAN Til TAKF
tfllB Ilia BW llltau
Btllevlng it will t) a,paylng.p'rop
osltlon tc. faegotiate with the lum
ber dealers id Japan', the Hawaii
Lumber Mill Company, a Japarieso'
corporation formed under the laws
ot the Territory, will send Its flrst
shipment, dt koa lumber, in the near
future: to Japan, where It Is said.
the price is extraordinarily high.
right-hand men. ot the local con
cern, tha company has bden cutting,
down and milling some koa trees In
Kaupo, Maul. The land on which
the koa "trees stood belongs to N.
Omstcd of liana.
'The company haa purchased alt
the, koa, reos on the land, and It Is
the. intention of the shareholders ot
the company to send, the famous Ha
waii koa lumber to Japan, whore, It
Js Said, It la In great demand.'
Pond I iin. the return from the
States ot P, Peck, the foreign agent
ot tbe company, .negotiations will bo.
enttred Into for tbe charter of a.
suitable vessel to carry 'the lumber,
, ilukuno, when asked 'this morn
ing about tha purchase price ot the
koa trees in Kaupo, declined, to say,
anything. He stated emphatically,
however,, that tho company, which,
haa been In existence tor some time,
will gradually Increase lis business,
until It will become one of tho big
lumber concerns in tho Islands.
Editors aro said to be wondering
what has become ot the poets. Small
wonder that their Tanks tue been
tblnnod whon tho antl-molljxoddlo gets
(la wore for bis proso,
rTAHEY,LL be worn this spring and summer..
s -- Don't waft: until the season is half over,
before getting yours. t
Handsome plain materials in White, Creamy
Beautiful Flannels in stripes
Prices, $6.50f 97. 97.50, and $8 a pair
Between Diamond Head and town.
gold watch, monogram "C. R. C";
eolrt hnln Mnnl, .m.lm nt.
tnehed. Reward, return to C. R.
NEW - TODAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administratrix ot the Estate
of Samuel Haluapo, deceased, late ot
Honolulu, Oahu, hereby gives notice
to all persons havlna claims asalnst
the estate ot said Samuel Haluapo to J
!.. , ooum iu usr. ui mo umvo own, uniu ne goes ,iQ(ipp ouniry -0f gasoline Imported Into. Oreat' Brl
ot John C. Anderson, Roams 11, 13, and sees Its beauties' and advantagea ' tain Is received from the DutchVWeet
16, Kaplolaal Building, In said Ho
nolulu, within six months from the
date ot the first publication ot this
notice, or they will be forever
Administratrix ot the Estate ot
Bamuel Haluapo, Deceased.
Honolulu, Pen.' 24 1810.
. 4567 Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24. 31.
PLEASED WITH KAUAI
Thinks Conditions on Sugar Planta
tions as Hear Perfect as Can
Be Under Circumstances,
IJHUI?. Fob. 28. Miss Mobello Big
gsrt, known as the "Sunshlno Preach
er,' who "has been visiting on tho Gar
den Island, haa returned to Honolulu.
Before departing her many friends
tendered her' a farewell rccoptlon.
Asked as to the Impression that
Kauai haa made upon her, so far,
during her brief visit here, she said:
"I hate been particularly pleased
with the conditions upon the plan
tation hire In Llhuo. I have had
a' wide experience with tha life upon
sugar plantations and landed Estates
In' different narts of the world, hav-
inf'tpeht considerable tlmo upon
uinerem countries, ana i
with" all heartiness, that
th'e' tirstdnt work'ed out bv" the LI-
hut plantation seems to me the mOtt
perfect, tor both stockholders and
employe,, of any that I have visit
ed; In tact, tho conditions here seem
"Working out the sociological
prbbieras on a Christian basis, where
hiany people Qf different lives, and
fom different countries, have eqch
tholr own little settlements, their
own -schools, their own language,
tneir own churches, their own
clergymen, end. yet are given Uelr
rroeaom, unaer . me 'start ana
Stripes' and they learn to Bpeak
the English tongue so well, and i
seem so contented and happy! Aside
from their wages, they are given
their' hoQita, free from any rent;
their ,wator, their fuel, and their
"Perhaps you do not know that I
hive, spent several years In the study
of sociological questions! In fact, it
Is a bobby, of mine. I am surprised
and delighted, then, to find that the
system upon Llhue Plantation co
incides to with my owri views at to
the Ideal conditions for the proper
cooperation of' capital and labor.
''The people who have been rear
ed In our great cities, like Washing
ton, New York, etc., not knowing
about country ltte in their own
States to any extent, will, 1 believe,
hardly be able to judge of what' the
plantation ltte of these Islands Is
doing for the people hero. Those
who have tftm rpmethlng of the
plantation life In Louisiana, on the
great sugar estate of Colonel Ware,
for Instance, at Bello isle (about
125 miles east o( New Orleans), or
on the Bnrnctt Plantation, nearly
the same distance west. In the
Tesche, or Bayou, lands of the State,
ill come nearer appreciating the
conditions which tho Hawaiian plan-
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" '"""e i.iuu. ., ui mui.o. uuib-
wn.nt..d'.,fe.rent. f.r0M.. what U.U lUe;.e'
and It Is hard' for the people on the
mainland to 'realize thia difference,
Uncle Sam and hit immediate1 people
In' the eastern part' of 'the, United
States think only ot 'theHawallnn
Islands In the aggregate, no doubt,
when they think" ot themKt nil
and principally of the Income which
they have beeMrJKJlfte
nexatlon. It Is not likely to
"How can one understand' a trop-
Irnl rnuntrv In the mld-'Panlb'c. and
a nation of people totally unlike our
for himself, and mingles" with lit
people? I could not thlrtki1 myself,
nr ,iittinr Hnwn, rcmfnrtihiv m .
Boston or New York or .Ban VtJOvMl9flMmi
.. m...... .j ..,(. 'Iona or American motor eplric fully
Cisco library, and attempting t , g.ooo.OW more ttta la the eorrmVad
write a book on Hawaii. . .rioA ., ,, gT
"I would not think, myself, of I
compiling, even, from that distance.
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I have come, as ybu know, to go
among your people, wherever? you
may see Ot to take me, for the pur
pose of wrtlng ot be, conditions
here, I have coma to you unpreju
diced in my political views or other
wise., "Ot course, I have' Heard- what
thoy call both side here. My an-
ewer to It all Is, 'Oo and tee: Oo .
with your esrs open to the good, that
may' be heard;" your1 eyes open to
tho beautiful and true; your heart
full ot love and altruism. And then
wrlto, and then talk, and then paint
'This It the course wklch-.I ant
'attempting to follow."
Great Britain Biiya American tu.
,,,. 50 pw Mnt ot ,he totalfipply
Indies the United States being good
second In furnishing- supplies. During
.the Urtt'slx taofctha ot 1908 the United
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