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Send Us Your Order for
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market
The Warm Weather
will soon be with us, and you will
want a change to the
I can show you some choice loca
tions. Make Your Choice Now
J. W. ft all
P. 0. Box 451 123 Merchant St.
Phones C02 and 1367
Money in Oil Stocks
TemploV Ranch Oil Co.
will be selling within NINETY
, DAYS AT 50 CENTS,
is the statement made by Mr. N. F.
Wilson, president of the Linoolu
Mortgage and Loan Co who has
just returned from a trip to the
Templor Ranch Oil Co.'s .property.
In THIRTY DAYS they will be able
to pump their oil direct to Port Har
The publio is iust beginning to
lealize the WONDERFUL POSSIBIL
ITIES ot the Templor Ranch, conse
quently the ACTIVITY in this
Have you realized. the GREAT
OPPORTUNITY 'in store for you by
buying TEMPLOR NOW? IT IS THE
BEST BUY on tVs market.
I will not be able to sell this stock
for 40 cents much loneer to you, un
less you come rieht 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! Where can
you do better with your money!
BUY TEMPLOR BUY
P. E, R. STRAUCH
74 South King St., Waity Building
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
San Francisco Chloago
185 editorial rooms 250, "
nest office. These are the telsphons
rumpsrs of the Bullftln oNjee.
WHEN IN NEED OF
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen 'Streets
GEO. 0. GUILD
' V INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital $ 500,000.00
Gross Assets 3.528,058.77
Surplus to Policy
Claims Paid, over . . 12,300,000.00
A pictty safe company to insure
in, don't you think I
Issues an unlimited liability Pol
icy. Insurance Deportment
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 Fort Street
r i '
Furnished, - $60.00
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks hml Bomis
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 489 , P. 0. Bol.607
Stock and Bond Broker,
M MERCHANT IT.
P. 0..BOX 118.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, March 23
NAME OP STOCK.
C. Brewer Civ
Ewa plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. A jfug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ilonorou Suga Co
Honokaa Sugar Co ,
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kabuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekaba Sugar Co
Kolua Sugar Co. . j
McDryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Co
ntan Sugar Cc. Ltd
Olowolu Co. , ...
Paouhau Suga' Plant. Co,
Pacific Sugar Mill.. ....
Pal Plantation Co
P-peekoo Sugar Co
Ploucer Mill Co. ,...,...
Wnls'un Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo sugar Co. . , .
Waltnea Sugar Mill Co. . .
later Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Elertrlo Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. ft L Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. ft L Co , Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Nahlku Rubber Co., Ana. ,
llllo R.R. Co
Hawallun Pineapple Co. ,
Haw. Tar. 4 X (Fir CI.) .
1.1 I 2
Cal. Oeet Bug. ft Ref. Co. ti
Haiku sugar Co. o
Hamskua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 8a
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co. &
Hlln R.'R. Co, lariuu 1SD
HlloR.R. Co..Cnu.6 ,.
Honokaa Sugat Co.. 6 .
Hon.R.T. &L.Oo.G ..
Kauai Py. Co. 6s ,
Kohold Ditch Co. 6s
McBrjrde Sugar Co. 6s . . ,
Onhu R. ft L. Co. 5 . . . .
Oahu Sugar Co. t
Olaa Sugar Co. 6X
Pac. Bug. Mill Co. 6s ... .
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 . .
Between Boards; 10 I. I. 8. N. Co,
S12G; 100 Onomea $54; CO Oahu Sug.
Co. 137.50; IS Oahu Sug. Co.. 137.50
20 llllo Ry. Com , $13 CO; 1700 O. R. ft
U Co. Bs. 1102.76; 15 Pioneer, 237;
1C Pioneer, $237; 2S Haw. C, ft S. Co ,
Hl.mfc; no Haw. C. ft 8. Co., I41.12W.
Session Sales: 11000 llllo Ex. Cs,
$96 50; f,0 McUryde. $7; 10 Haw. C. ft
S. Co. S4I.12V&; 5 Kwa, $33.76; 5 Haw.
Ak. Co, $250; 6 Cwa, $33.75; 6 Kwa,
Latest sugar quotation 4.3S cents or
$87.20 pet ton. ... .. - . . ,,
Sugar, 4.3a efs.
Beets, 14s 7 3-4(1
EEN1V W1TEMH TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu fteeM Md Bono
FORT AND MERCHANT T- ,
Roth & Giffard
.STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Exchange -, "
848 KAAHUMANU STREET '
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Charles A. Stanton,
Comer King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
lilt, iirt&ftitiBfe .-t-t. ..
LOCAL AND GENERAL
fttia Mtit a matA will ism vonr
message to the people of Hawaii in'
the classified-, columns of the Bui-,
lt la. A thlrtv cent Investment
will place jov wont .or wish" before
almost thirty thousand people.
Automobile's (4 tier hour. Phone 'C
Easter 'cm dyes In endless variety
ut Benson, Smith ,ft Co., t.td. ,
Fine copperplate engraving- son
printing- M'Beakbaiie'a, Port street
" Embroidered trotlsseani dud (alley
needlework. Mrs. H. Bell, 162 Hotel
Mclrtdrny ! showing German mill
tary'rhllnic boots In tanned calf. They
aro the nemo of perfection.
There will ho no Symphony practice
tonlfthtj The noxt Junctlce will be
held on Tuesday, April 6th.
If you want a ood Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mil. Co., 427 Qun St
Thcro Will' be 'a Wetlng of Ho
nolulu Ae'rle No. 140, P. 0. R., this
evedlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall.
Frederic L. Morong. M. D., physician
and surgeon, has opened o!Dces at 270
Beretanla, street. Office hours 11-1,
3-5, and 7-8.
Ka aeokcKOI. a Hawaiian forfeited
his ball Of $6 In preference to facing
Judge Ahdrade this morning on a
charge of drilnkehhern.
One more automobile has been ad I-
W.tD tnejlst reglrtered, and ot prp
sent there aro 619 machines on tho
books ot the police station.
A new restaurant is opened on
Alakea street, below King the Mc-
Candless, Lunch. Room. Short orders
served at any time. Cood cooking.
There wero only- six cades on the
police court calendar this morning and
Judee Atldrade only sat for a few
minutes; County Attorney cathcart,
Tne.sicn's Lcaguiv oi ine uentroi
Uhldn'chUrch wlll,Rtve a'supper at the
parish 'house 'next Monday evening at
wntcn unpr. j, u. .-anmer win mvc on
Interesting talk on' his trip through
Bear In mind that the merchant)!
who give greeh otafnpi will not In
crease their prices, but on the con
trary ihelr Increase In trade by this
system enables them Io rell cheiper
There are 78 Kuests at Aden's Hotel.
and numbered among them are Ma
kino and party; at present tho convict
ed strike leaders are dressed In their
ordinary clothing, and have not yet
been in the barber a nands.
P. Housted, charayt, .with being a
vnK, stated that he had obtained em
ployment, and on that understanding
nna a suspended sentence or thirteen
months registered agalnBt him at the
police conrt this morning.
Land Commissioner Marston Camp
bell has been petitioned by iwonty
flve cltlxena to open up a piece of land
In the Walanae district. Mr, Cami
bell has given his, word 'that he will
look Into the tnatteriat once.
'Pacific Kebekah 'Lodge No. 1. I, O.
O. F. cordially Invite' all Odd Fellows.
Rebeknhs and their friends to attend
an at home, to.celebratd the -22nd an
nlverBiiry. to be held Thursday even
ing. March'24. at 8:30 o'clock.
Cecil Drawn, trustee under the
will of August Dreler, has sold to
P. F. Ryan for $3700 the land at tho
south corner of Queen and Richard
street, 6594 square feet, In extent.
The deed was recorded yesterday.
The )ounk man who (s'lookl'ng'W
clothes of the very best material and
in exclusive nntternajwlll do well to
cee the new suits at Sllva's Toggery
Among others he will find some of the
famous EMerhelmer-Steln suits, the
suits mado for him.
One phase of the Chinese newspaner
libel suit ended at tho police court this j
morning, wnon one cnarge was none
prossed, as the matter had b.aen tak
en up by the higher court; there Is
still another charge, and It was sent
over till next week by Judge Andrade.
The Superintendent of Public In
struction reports that It baa been cus
tomary for the public schools of the
Territory to recognise oood Friday
ol holiday when it occurs during t!
school term, This year Oood Frlday
tans on tne zoin oi Marcn. tnereiore
there will bo no school on that day.
The Art League Exhibition will clo
on Saturday afternoon. Those who
have not yeL availed themselves'of Its
privileges will And there an Interest
ing hour. The exhibition has been
well attended and the Interest shown
Is most gratifying to Its promoters nn.l
contributors. The exhibition hours are
from 9 to 6 'dally.
According to Judgo Robertson a
wife shall not be allowed to testify
DEnlnat her husband when the hup
band Is a defendant In a case, and hu
so ruled In a case jesterday. This re
verses an opinion by Judge Dole given
some tlrno'ago'ln'a cate'slmlfar to the
present. This proceeding took place
In tho case ot Tsugua Kawal, on trial
for violation of tho Edmunds Act.
The criminal libel suit brought by
the Territory, on romplalnt of Li
Kwat Fal, against Chung Kwal,,Che
ong Fook nnd'l-o Sun, has' been
transferred from tho District Court'
to the Circuit Court on account of
tho fact that there Is no Chinese In
terpreter In the District Couit qual
ified to do thelqtej-pretlng. (
SPECIAL EASTER MUSIC.
(Special to Bulletin.)
On Sunday, March 27 (Easter
Day), all the churches In Walluku
will have special Easter music. Rev.
Caoon Wm. Ault is "rehearsing ex
cellent music for that occasion, in
cluding anthems both at the Church
ot the Oood Shepherd, in Walluku,
and the cbupel, lu I'uuueii, Ctmp 0.
Tb'e Roman Catholic, Kaahuuaiiu
and Union churches will also have
I vnetlsl Raster music. Mrs. W. H.
Field has charge of (he music at the
Union church and Inspector Kln
w assist her,
"yOtlNG' MEN, you get moVc than
fine materials, .exclusive, patterns,
expert tailoring, in these Ederrheimer
All really1 good makes have these
qualities, must have them. Ederheirner
Stein clothes have them t'do and much
Here are clothes with spirit,
painting by a 'master" is different
from the daiib oh the amateur. As
different from 'other
different from other
They're individual, distinctive. In line with your tastes
your ideas: ' You'll find these clothes more to your liking than
any you've ever worn. They're made for
right conception ut
SILVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd.
The Store for Good Clothes
m., MU.M. V . . .
SUPERINTENDEITT BATH 1
SPEAKS AT WAILUKU
(SDecial to Bulletin.)
WAILUKU, Maul. Mar. 18. Jas.
A. Rath', superintendent of the Pa
lama Settlement, occupied the pul
pit of the Union church In Walluku
last Sunday evening. 'There was
quite a large audience present. Mr,
Rath spoke on settlement work In,
Honolulu and elsewhere. School In
spector C. E. King sang a solo en
titled "The Lord Is My Shepherd."
(Special to Bulletin.)
WAILUKU, Maul, Mar. 18.-Mlsa
Ella U. Maloney, head nurse at the
Queen'n Hospital, Honolulu, , has
beeb lu aWIIUku atid Pala during
the past fortnight, and she returned
to her duties 'St the hospital last
.Hdllni. Itu .!.& I.i.n. ..it Oka
epent a few days at Kapanlwal.'laol
runty, mis wcex, ana sne is per
fectly delighted with the 'natural
I chnrms of the nJarV RhA hIra via
in..-.. ,.'i.,.j. .,".
ueu iue;Aisiuiani ana fuunene oos
pltnls, and declared these places ex
cellent lu every way and quite up
UP THE NEEDLE.
(Special to Bulletin.) t
AILUKU, Maul, Mar. l8.-
Young Marshall 'and another' lad pf
Ufi.llnl..aaMMlA -i.a. M.AI. .a. rt-
fa ley, one day this week, and they
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IUUI1U HI IUB tup U. UOWIW LUOIUIUB
the names. of the .Wells children.
Tbet.e youthful alpine climbers also
Wrote their names on the paper in
the bottle .and. left it there as proof
of ''their 'reaching ohe of the most
difficult mountain peaks in the Ter
mor)-. The island of Oahu baa high
niountalns and deep ravines, but
nothing to compare with lao's tele
Circulation Promoters Acquitted
Ogden, Mar. , Mr.and Mrs. L. V.
Curry and Fred Rlcker, who have
conducted circulation promotion con
tests for newspape'ra In many cities
df the country, were acquitted by
a Jury In the District Court today
of attempting to defraud an evening
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