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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOT.tJUJ. T. H., MONDAY, MAn. 2 J. 1 ft 10.
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The Lady who wears a
encases her foot in an article that
The wearing qualities of this
make is admitted by all shoe
We have all the fashionable
lasts in various widths.
When you ore downtown
STAND, Ten centa pays for
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
FORT STREET, ABOVE KINO
Easter Novelties and
form en unsurpassed combination that is sold at
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
FOR A PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS
A completely furnished house of two
stories; four bedrooms and all other
customary rooms;' baths on each
floor. Type of furnishings, location
and neighboihood all that could be
J. W. Pratt
125 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 451 Tels. G02 and 1367
Money in Oil' Stocks
Templor Ranch Oil Co.
will be sellintr within NINETY
DAYS AT 60 CENTS,
va at an hvmth
is the statement made by Mr. N. F.
Wilson, president of. the Lincoln
Mortgage and Loan Co., who has
just returned from a trip to the
'Xemplor Ranch Oil Co.'s property.
In THIRTY DAYS they will be able
to pump their oil direct to Port, Har
ford. The public is just beginning to
Tcalize the WONDERFUL POSSIBIL
ITIES of the Temnlor Ranch, conse-
ouently. the ACTIVITY in thia-J
Have you realized, the GREAT
OPPORTUNITY in store for you by
buvinirTEMPLORNOWt IT IS THE
BEST BUY on t'i market.
I will not be able to sell this stock
for 40 cents much longer to vou, un
less you come- richt to my office and
make your first payment of one
fifth of the total purchase price.
This is only $8 for every 100
SHARES of Templor you wish to
buy, and the balance you can pay in
four equal monthly installments.
By the time you have paid for
your stock in full it has increased at
least 25 PER CENT, and perhaps 50
PER CENT. IN VALUE! Wlfere can
you do better with your money t
bu I iXijnxJAm su 1
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 South Kine St. Waity Building
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
San Francisco Chicago
Stop Paying Rent
83 Merchant Bt.
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.i-t'.:"gSfifefe i VvSWMsti; iaraauHBKiswEeyiBa ii.'w Lj'SEtsfla Jfit2aKi 'i&lSilift iiiwmSmiit
patronize our POLISHING
dressing leather or canvas
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.,' LTD.
Fort and Queen 1 Streets
OEO. 0. QUILD Manager
. INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital ..:....$ 800,000.00
Gross Assets 3.526.058.77
Sunlns to Policy-
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A pictty safe company to insure
in, don't you think?
Issues an unlimited liability Pol
icy. Insurance Department
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd:
023 Fort Street
buys a beautiful bungalow and
well-improved yard in best district
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
; Bouqht.and Sold -
307. JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 489 , P. 0. Box 307
, Wm. Williamson,
Stock, and. Bond Broker,
61 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX 52S.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, .March 21.
NAME 01-' STOCK.
MKKCANTILK. Bid Asked
C. Brewer A Co
Ewa rantu(lon Co , 34
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co,
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Siiqur C-j
lonomu Stiga Co. .-
Honokaa Sugar Co
IIiitcliliiGon Sugar PI. int.
Knhukii Plantation Co. ..
Kckcha Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomoa Sugar Co
Onknlu Sugar Co
Olan Sugar Cc. I.M
Paauhau Bugs- Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pnla Plantation Co
Pi'peokeo Sugar Co
I'luneer .Mill uo, '237
Wnla'wi Agrlc Co ijj
Walluku Sugar Co
Waimanala Sugar Co. . . .
Walmta Sugar Mill Co. . ,
Inter-Island Steam N. Co,
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
Han. II. T. ft I, Co..Prf.
J Ion. n.T. &I. Co Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . ,
Nalilku Btibocr Co.,
Nalilku Hubber Co.. Ass.
Onbu B. & I.. Co
Mnn.D. &M.CO ,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Haw..Tor.4 (Fire CI.) .
Ifuw Ter. 4
l. I 2
Cat. floet Bug. Sc Bef. Co. ti I '00 i-a'
Haiku Sugar Co. OX 1
Hamakua Ditch Co., !
Upper Ditch C 1 104
Haw. Irr. Cc. 6s M p.l. .
Haw. Irrstn. Co.. 6s 102
Haw. Com. & Bug. Co.JS I1041
llllo II. It. Co.. Issue 1!H
Hllon.n.Co.Cnn 6 ..
Honokaa Sugai Co.. C .
Hon. H. T. & I.. Co. 6JJ ...
Kauai Py. Co. 53
Kohali Ditch Co. G ..
McBryde Sugar Co. C
Onliult. &U Co. 5 ..
OabuSugarOo. 5 ...
Olaa Pugar Co 6 ....
Pac.Sng. Mill Co. 6s..
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 Iiojji
WalalimAgrlc.Co.5 ... 'c'f
Dotwccn Boards: 1250 Hllo By. Co.,
113. CO: IS Oahu Sug. Co.. $37 7:: SS
Walalua, $133: 170 Hllo Ky. Co. $13.
CO; 20 Oahu Sug Co.. $37.75; SO Haiku
$145: 20 Pnouhiiu, $2.62V4! TO Paau-
hail. $2D.02.j; 10 Walnlu-t $133; fi
Jitclliydo, $7: 00 Hllo By. Co.. $13.R0.
SfKulon Solvxi 10 Olaa, ;S7M;; 10
Olaa". $6.87'',; fi V.ililua $133; 20
Wnlalim $133; 10 Hutchinson Sl: 5
llutcliluhon fill; no Hmioka.i. $22.374,
6 Pioneer. $237; 45 Hllo By. Co. $13.
CO; 5 Honokaa, $22.25) 10 Honokaa.
Latest sugar quotation 4.36 cents or
,$87.20 per ton. ,
Sugar, 4.36 cts.
Beets, 14s 5 1 -2d
UEI. WATERHOUSE IMM CO.
Or.T ANti VERHANT 8T8.
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANV STREET
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
" BOND EXCHANGE
Lady (to committee-room clerk,
who bands her a small btlf announc
ing a forthcoming polltlc-af m'tetlns
In Eosla'nd)V-Dut Is U possible for
adieu to e? to these meetings'.''
Clerk Vhy not? Lady I thought
they were innie or less nf u lough
lintuic. Clcik Well, inudam, we've
litkon every possible precaution to
keep out the suffingettcs. Punch.
-BUjAtlTIN .08 PAV.nB
LOCAL AND GENERAL
One cent a word will carry vour
message to the people of Hawaii in
the classified columns of the. B ut
ile tin. A thirty .cent investment
will place your want or wish beiore
almost thirty thousand people. t
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phone C
Bargains In watches, musical goods
etc. J. Carlo, Fort street
Dr. Derby returned from a short
vUlt to Kauai yesterday ' .
Fine copperplate engraving ami
Filming at Bcakbune'i. Fort street.
Embroidered trousseaus ami fancy ,
noodlnwork. MrB. H. Bell, 1G2 Hotel I
MIsb Woodard has koiih- ery line !
noveltloH on illaplay at hiu- Kurt
Them will bo n mooting of I.eahl 1
Chanter No. 2, O. K. S at 7:30 to-1
night In Masonic Temiilo.
Electric belln nnd battcrlcK nrn to
bo had at tho Union Electric Co.. Har
rison building, Bcietanla street.
A new building Is under course of
conotructlon on Wnlalae Boad near
Fifth avenue. Rumor has It that It
In a church.
Frederic I.. Morong. M. I)., physician
and surgeon, has opened unices nt 270
Bcretanla street. ..Oftlco hours 11-1,
3-5. and 7-S.
Governor Froar and Mnrstou Camp
bell have finished' the Inn I lii'tiectloti
Job (in Knu.ll. They relumed tu Hunt)
the Mertp)lltan Market sells incuts
below the prices charged on the main
lnndr the Mirlefj' is as huge and tho
norvlco Is better.
The libel suit wblrh shuwii signs of
becoming moth eaten, was again sent
over to a future (tutu thin morning at
the Police Court.
Don't forget Sachs', Kaster millinery
opening Moiulny, Tuesday nnd Wed
nesday. It will be the most Important
style event of the soisr.'i In Honolulu.
11 is saiu mat in? ocai japnnosn
theater is producing 1 tragedy piny
taken from tho recent murder of a
woman servant nt a homo In College
A f.trewell dinner was ghen to a
number of friends yesterday by Mr.
Yee Hep nf q. ,Q. Yen Hop &Co. Mr.
vce nop win coon sail tor uiuna 011
Beglstrnr Lemon icports as follows
on deaths from contagious dlne.isej
for sixteen days to Match lfilli. Tub
erculosis 7 typhoid 1, diphtheria 1.
The Henry Waterhnuso Trust Co.
will net for ovQuccn l.tliunknlunl In
nil matters, tlio jmwer of attorney
halug neen recently receded by that
nrm irom nur.
The last of tho Lenten 3cwlng meet
ings will be held at St. Clement's Bee
tor", tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon,
nt half past two. All women Intel est
ed are Invited.
Wedding Invitations are out for tho
wedding of Miss Luclle Lloyd and Hd
win Peck. Tho ceremony will take
place on next Monday at the bride's
heme In Knlihl.
Hendrlckson. n man who was
charged with drunkrnuci's turned out
to be III ami us he hid been taken to
the Queen's Hospital, tho caso cgilnst
him was dropped.
Easter novelties In endless Variety
at tho Pnlm Cafo HoK.!,Hicet, n-ur
Union, Thesu goods have Just arrived
from Chicago mil nto tho best oer
sliiiwu in this ttore.
A new ro taurmit Mill bo ojicned
tomorrow on Alnkea street below
King called tho MrCandless Lunch
Boom. Short orders served nt nm
lime. uood cnoKlng
Now Athletic underwear. B. V.
goods, new shuts and pajamas, In
light weight and pretty colors.
tlno lot of new suitings nt Yco Chan
& Cns. King nnd Bethel street.
The l.nlid Schober Company shoo M
admittedly tho most cnmfortuhle, limit
fnshlnnnblo ami best wearing Mine for
ladles sntd In this city. M. Mclu?ruy
Shoe Stoio, Fort above King has all
Bear In mind that the merchant.'
who glvo grien utamps will not in
cieaso their prices, but on tin- con
trary their Increnso In trndc '' this
system enables them to sell theiiiM
B. J. Pearman, who recently com
ducted a patty of tourists through the
Islands, claims that lie was not ti sat
ed tight In the way of boitdlm; ihKm I
He sailed with his pirty on the last ,
Alameda, vowing that he would mil
tiling mom toprHts hue. ? I
a, uiom is oneung some line spec
ials for this wee', The bpeclal.s l'i-,
elude hoys' washable suits ladies' kid
gloves, and new spring waists. Tim
pi ices and descilptlons of the giods
can be found in Mr. Illom's udeitlue
nient on page 2 of this paper.
A boy, who nt one time bolnnged to
tho messenger sen Ice of this city has
been creating much idllkla by notify
ing ladles in different paits of the city
that there was a sum nf money nt the
messenger office for them. It was n
hoax nil through, it Is thought that
the boy Is n llttlcllght In the head.
B. A. Hutchinson, formerly mule
limn nt P.ipauloa, Ins been appointed
head lima of tho Laiipahochoo Sugir
Company, to till the vacancy caused
the tinfortuntito death of tho late
Andrew Chalmers. Mr. Iliitihluson hax
been with the plantation for bomo
The young ladles of tho Kunalit
Bowing Club will glio a delicatessen
tahi nn Saturday, March 20, la n va
cant stoio opposite Sllya'H Toggery
on King street the object of tho sulo
being to pay oif tho.renialnlns debt on
thu hoat house. Ilomo-mado deltcicles
ospeclslly nice for Esstcr dinners will
be a ureclulty.
Tho College Club had a rare oppoi.
(unity for renewing Its acquaintance
with Whlttlor, when on March 12 at
tho home of Mrs, W t). Aloxunder, Mr.
Joel Beau guvo a mott Intciestlngl
, LetlBH .. it.. coiiocilonM of wi.iihp,- n,i
. Iih frk-nriH. Mr. Beau read selections
from Whlljlei's torks, and nt the re
quest of members of the club u thort
poem of ids own composition,
I : apvwi
I' -jSSife -A-FEW -Isi
5&F of our many Hart Schaftncr 6c Marx oi
m Spring and Slimmer "''"
I'opyniM ntrt S.Wrntf U M.rl
"HEIR TO HOORAH"
IS FIRST NIGHT
Tho Henry McHno Stock Company
gnvu Its Initial iimdiictlon at tho Opera
House Saturday evening under condl-(
tlons that assuro it the unilvlded sup
Kirt of the Honolulu public during
tho i'Aelie weeks etisageinent of lliu
company In Hawaii.
"Tbu lleli to the itooiuh" was tho
opening performance that Introduced
I he Mcltae Company to Houolu'u and
although the members had hurdly le
coveted from the effects of their long
sea voyage, the "first night" of the
company In Honolulu showed that Its
reputation ns 11 first class stock com
pany has been well earned nnd de
Miss Margaret Oswald, the leading
lady of the company, did not buo
much oppoitunlty to show her abil
ities as an artist of the first rank but
tho other plays that nre to bo given
by the Henry Mcltae Stock Company
while here will iindoiilitodly own, large
ly their success to the captivating
Henry Mcltae gale n convincing In
tel pietatlou of Joe Lncey, the rough
and wealth miner who wins back the
lovu of his wlfo 11ml escapes from the
domination of his mother-in-law nt the
He nude a distinct impression with
thu audience Saturday night and
tliuwed himself tu bo 11 convincing ac
tor of refourco nnd ability.
Laura Hudsou Is an actress nf nt
trnethe personality and her work us
Kate Brandon Saturday night made an
excellent Impression with hdr uudl
enco. Laura Melrose, the. character
woman showed hersoif to bo 1111 uc
Hess of more than ordinary ability
Il'dlth Elliott, the Ingenue of the com-
In'pany. stored omj of tho triumphs of
, tne nrst nigut, mid win nave many
opportunities to display her fascinat
ing talents In tlio good tilings that are
Like the women of tho company, tho
men arc exceptionally good Lewis
Moiilhim and Giifilth Winy made thu
mo!' I of their parts and Charles Boyal
as the light comedian drew many n
l"tshli'r from tho nudlenco and In the
ro0 of the embarrassed lover was n
buiiies in every way,
Ivan Millet as n near villain did not
hap much clnuco In the "Heir to
tho Hnur.ih" but his talents were In-'
dlc.ited plainly enough to expect much,
of him In tho liiturc.
Tin- houso was sold out Saturday
night nn 1 theru is every Indication
that the' Mcltae Company will hayo
n successful heason,
"The Heir to thu Hnoinh" wjil bo
luioatttrl tonight and tomoirow night"
nnd will be followed by "In the Blsb-,
The c.ii.t Sutuiday night was ns fol
lows: Mosils An Imported butler ,
Hush Joe's J ii Mr. Klnio Kluto
Mis. II, J, I.. Kent A mother-in-law ,
1 Louis Meliuso
Mis. Jnu Lncey (Her daughter)..
Joo I.acpy Owner of tho Hoornh Mlno
(, Henry Mcltae.'
Mrs. Kato Brandon Owner nf the '
Katydid Mlno Laura Hudson;
Davo Lacey Joe's friend and part
ner Louis Morrison
Bud Young Joe's filcnd and part
ner Clias.. Boyal
H, Van Itunssalner Kelly A foreman .
""" J" r""11 "'o Kast.tiritllth Wray
Llilngston Wliithioii A friend of
Krlly, ftom tho Bast . Ivan Miller.
Bill Ferguson Unit owner of tho
Klllhenr Mini Jnmes Dillon
Lnn Peny Owner of tho other half
of thu sauio mlno..., William Harris
Madgo Casey Maiden limit of tho
Lnceys Kdlth KlllotUl
Ur, Whipple A physician
jonnson , trained nurso
The work on the new extension iP
the Hllo railroad to Ilukalau Is solmr
nlong oiy rapidly und with a stosd'y
and nnlnleiupted progroaa. Very llttlQ,
m-cuiiy is netng touud In obtaining
lights of way nnd most nf thoni nt rea
sonable flguies. No cugliieeiliig prob
lems huvo coino up other than thoso,1
wiiitn er loaniKi miwatct to.
ii'i il'i iJ
iie : i.itf '
Spring and Sttritmer
may he scmi in our window.
You will find them in the accept
ed materials and shades, Scotch Tweeds
and Homespuns, with gray the favorite.
Nothing handsomer in men's clothes
have ever been shown in Honolulu.
Silva's Toggery, L
The Store for Good Clothes
Thico or four-room pottage; rout
le.-u.onuble. Address "K. C. !!.",
Seiond-hnnd business buggy In good
condition. "Y ", Bulletin.
Six-room furnished house; modern
in every respect, $C0 per month.
Ileietuulu street, near Punnhou,
"K. K.", this ofllee. 4572-..
Frog set with diamond, nt Opera
House Saturday evening, Addresi
P O. Box 351. Howard.
NEW - TO-DAY
EWA PLANTATION COMPANY.
Dividend Notice No. 153.
Thu directors of this corporation
having declined a dividend of one.
per cent. (1), Dividend No. IDS
is due nnd payable on Thurwlav.
Mnrih .11, 1010, to stockholders of
record at the close of thu stuck
transfer books, TueniMy, March 22,
191U, at 12 in.
Stock-trnusfer books will bo re
opened Frldayi April 1, 1910.
CHAS. II. ATIIKKTON.
.Ticasuror, Hwa Plaututlon Com
pany. Honolulu, March 21, 1910.
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