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bveninci ninxiiTiN. noNot,trui, t. ii., Saturday, mar. 2, 1010.
Annual Remnant Sale
Begins Friday, April 1st, 8 a.m.
This will bo one of the largest sales of its kind that
wc have ever held. There will be remnants of
Silks, Woolens, Linens,
Lawns, Batistes, Repps,
Organdies. Poplins, Ginghams, etc.
Many of these are Dress Lengths. Other lengths suit
able for Children's Dresses, ladies' Waists and Men's
iShirts. Nearly all are new goods, accumulations of the
liast year. It means that you will get the best at half
liricc. Mothers, this is a BARE OPPORTUNITY to clothe
your little ones for little money.
COME EARIY AND GET THE BEST
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Burning coals th'rown on a
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sputter away and die out.
They do not set fire to the
Rubcroid. They do not set
fire to the timbers underneath.
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It is protection -against the
cold of winter. Being a per
fect non-conductor oMicat, it
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twisting strains which every,
roof must bear.
'A roof of Rubcroid is prac
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For with every roll comes
the Rubcrine cement witli
which you seal the scams and
edges seal them against the
weather and against leaks.
You will find many roofings
whicli look like Rubcroid but
none whicli wear like
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These buildings are th'c old
est roofed with any ready
roofing. Rubcroid was by
several years the first.
And of more than 000 sub
stitute roofings on sale today,
not one can employ the vital
clement which makes Rubcr
oid roofing what it is.
.This vital element is Rub'er
oid gun made by an exclu
It is this wonderful Ruticr
oid gum which gives Rubcr
oid roofing the life and flcxi-
bility to withstand seventeen
years of wear where other
roofings fray out in a few
These substitute roofings
arc made 'to resemble only the
Rubcroid can also He hVd in
colors. It comes in attractive
Red, Brown, and Green suit
able for the finest home.
The color is not painted on.
It is a part of the roofing. It
'docs not wear off or fade.
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Anone who can buy stock at
tho figures fiuotcd on thb Block sheet
ot the Honolulu Exchange for tho
past week la cortalu to make money.
Just tvhnt lins been the cause for
I the "season of lows" that has pre
vailed for tho past ten 1h)b Is hard
I to say. It may bo wrong to call It
n "season of lows" If ono were to
Judge tho situation from the Mnr.il
liolnt of the man belonging to tho
ultra consort utlvo class and who has
been declaring that sugar stocks
jhato gono altogether too high. Hut
tho fact lemalns that tho whole list
Is more likely to go higher than to
drop any further.
Within a tcry short tlmo tho mar
ket should begin to feel tho Impotui
of tho money letuw.s from tho mar
keted crop. It will bo Impossible)
for tho best plantations to rofraln
much longer from paying tho extra
dividends that must bo paid with
tho sugar marketed at nu average
of $8G n ton or belter, m has been
tho case with tho crop thus far. And
the addition of more ,nohcy to tho
surpluses aire.!,',;. tho banks
should result In bujers being will
'"5 o accept a smaller margin on
inolr investment. In fact, thcyhavo
got to bo satisfied with a smaller
margin than previously. Money
should bo cheaper In Honolulu next
Juno, July and August than ever be
fore. Tho city will then enlov an
'exaggerated repetition of last jcar.
Tho plantation properties have paid
their debts, new Improvements havo
been taken caro of, and tho money
must bo paid out to tho stockhold
ers. Tho people must Invest, and
up to tho present dato nothing has
been offered In this market that
'comes nuywhero near equaling tho
tugar titocks utiil tho stocks of bus
iness enterprises of tho city of Ho
nolulu and tho Territory ot Hawaii.
They may talk as they pleaso
nbout tho prices being too high and
tho Impossibility of tho future bo
tng as bright as the past, but tho
facts of tho last twenty-five scare
or more proto that tho men who
hate stayed by the Honolulu Investments-havo
niado about n hundred
por cent, moro money than thoso who
decided that Honolulu had reached
Its limit and tho time had arrived to
dabble in tho offerings from other
sections of tho country.
Ono of tho very careful business
men ot tho city. In commenting on
ho prlco oX stocks, recently remark
ed that ho' thought this was a goo 1
time to put moi.ey in tho bank and
wtilt for prices to drop. This ho
said on general principles, and then,
to proto tho error ot his own asser
tion, ho quoted Instances In his own
experience where ho would have
been fully fifty per cent, better oft
had ho been less couccrvatlto In hH
cstlmato of the futurcot Hawaii and
Its industries, and less certain that
ho could maKo better and safer In
vestments In mainland stocks and
Ono of tho great tioublcs with tho
average Investor In tho Honolulu
market is thnt ho Is altogether too
ready to bellcvo something ovll ot
1 our own enterprises and too quick
to repeat n lino of argument that
puts n damper on tho futuro'of tho
city of Honolulu and tho Territory
Of course, tho lean jcars will
(onio as well ns tho fat ones, but
there Is no soiuo In discounting tho
lean J ears from thrco to II vo jearii
In advance. I'roin tho way homo
men In Honolulu talk, one might ex
pect them to soon bo belling all their
goods and chattels preparatory to
taking all they may with them whou
Hallcy's comet strikes tho eaith.
Tho btnek market has been quiet
this week, despite tho fact thai tho
quotations for beet sugar havo ad
vanced to 14s. 7 S-Id., representing
a parity of C.l -. Probably tho rea
son for tho lack of Influenco on thM
market is tho falluro of tho quota
tion for centrifugals to mote. Hut
, 4.30 Is u splendid price, mid with
been going higher tho centrifugal
prlco will not drop.
Popular Blocks with tho oxccptlnu
ot Hawaiian Commercial have Bagged
In pilco ull through tho week. 13vu,
that twis belling for :S1 und a frac
tion, has beon changing hands In
trmill lots at :iu and a frnctlou. Oahu
told on Thursday nt 37.37!i, and two
hundred shares told ut HT.r.O, ThU
stuck s a "pick-up" at buck prices.
Honokiiu diopped off, probably on
account of tho wild Btorlcs of possi
ble quaiautiho In that section, but
tho sales tteio not niimoinus. llut
thlucou has strengthened Muncwhat,
Judging from the quotations, and tl)o
name Is true of Paauhuii. Wnlatuu
has fallen aft to 133 bid and 134
asked, but, ns usual, tho sales are
small, Pioneer has sold ot 237, and
Hawaiian Agricultural at 250. Mr
Hrldo and Olaa bate diopped, In
fympathy with the wholo list.
Stinks other than sugar hat o had
their turn, although tho deals hate
not beon cNtrnoullnaiy. Inter-Island
Bold In a lot largo enough to re
told au advance uf tcu dollarj it
,u. .iv 'Aj-t
shnro higher than tho last provlous
sale. Mutual Telephone stock has
attracted some attention by selling
nt 12.60, which Is lvri dollars and a
half above par nlnl bo dividends In
sight. Tho (bonds of tho Mutual i
wcie listed oh Hip IJxrhango this
week. Oahu Hallway has sold nt
143 3"-4. Some of tho peoplo who
.got stock bonuses with tho purchase,
of Illlo Haltroad bonds hate been j
, celling their uloik nt 13.30 u share. .
Hawaiian Plncappln stock has j
dropped off to 28 025, after selling '
for n considerable period nt 29.
i Mnny ot thfr peoplo who took up new
i lands for tho cultivation of pines,
will loso money this jcar on account
of tho land not protlng all that was
expected, but this ought not to af
fect tho status of tho established .
(.oni panics operating canneries.
Illlti Hallway bonds have sold at
DG.AD, and Mcllrydo bonds at 90.
It Is highly probable that tho
transactions or today niid during mo
coming week win snow n sicauny
strencthcnlni; tone, so far as sugar
.stocks arc concerned.
Mainlanders Coming, .
I Dealers in mainland uonus ami
enterprises ot tarlous kinds nro I
coming to tho Honolulu market in'
Increasing numbers with their
i goods. Tho former get customers
among tho dispensers nt trust funds, ;
and tho latter And tho usual number
of wise men who think Hint some
thing far distant Is better than prop-
1 osltlous at home of whicli they may '
i become well Informed. Quite a mini-,
her of thobo who havo purchased
gold stocks hate paid tor their ex
perience In tho usual way. Ilrokcrs
und promotciH have done well. i
land law Chances.
Ono of the sensations of tho week
Is tho announcement from Washing
ton that tho Committee on Territo
ries reported the Hawaiian Organic
Act bill to tho House with a provi
sion that twcnty-llvo applications
for land In any district shall consti
tute a mandate forcing the Tcrrlto
, rial officers to throw the lands open
for settlement. I., n, McCandlcss
claims responsibility for this amend
ment, that is not a. all to tho lik
ing ot tho frameru of tho original '
bill and, may cause no end of trouble '
II 11 Ullilliy'PUSEl'B.
Interest is centering on the Rus
sian Immigrants, who will bo ro
leased from quarantine Saturday and
are now able to confer with Mr. Pe
relstrous.'who arrived on the Siberia
from the Orient.
On Thursday a delegation of tho
Russians went with Mr. Dabbltt of
tho planters' labor bureau to looki
fiver tho houses ready for Europeans
at Wululun, and alfo to size up tho
situation as regards tho character
I of work they nro expected to do.
Thesu peoplo wunt to go to Wain- I
lua Immediately, but tho question i
now is whether thoy can break awayj
from the others without getting Into
These Russians hnto been grlov-
) ously misinformed by agitators re
garding londlltons on tho planta
tions, and as they nro naturally n
very suspicious people, they nro In
I rather a bad predicament. It has
been drhcif Into them that mi tho.
' plantations thoy will bo hounded to
their work by l..o black snako of u
hum and cheated out ot their pay.
At thn tame tlmo they havo been
told that It thoy hold out und re-
,fuso to seek work, they can get dam
ages ntcraglng all tho way from ?1,
000 to $1800 each nnd freo transpor
tation back to their homes in Si
beria. Unfortunately, they tnk
most readily to tho ovll mid Impos
sible Btorlcs. On Trlday tho (lov
ernor visited tho Russians on Quar
nntlno Island, In company with tho
Conferences on tho freight carry
ing between the Ulai.ds and tho Pa
cific Coast and tho Atlantic havo
been numerous this week, but thu
result is not at nil ceitiiln. Mr.
Dearborn of tho American-Hawaiian
lino leaves toduy on tho Siberia, und
Captain Mutton of tho Matsoii Hue
leaves on tho Wilholnilnn. If thoy
reach au agreement, its terms aro
not likely to bo niado public in un
Mr. Do.ii born uddivbsed the Cham
ber of Conuueito on tourist trans
portation tills week, nnd told tho
htislni'BH mon that If homeono would
put up a ml!lloii-(lol!.ii' tourist hotel
lln Honolulu nnd local peoplo would
Invest In It, tho American-Hawaiian
lino would do n sharo tnwuril tho
, construction of a four-day tourist
steamer of modern type to ply be
tween this port and I.os Angeles, no
, Intimated no chango whatctcr in the
freight and passenger ncrvlco Of Iho
present lino of Mcamors ho in oper
ating. Tho Sugar Pactors Company
Limited has not jet said anything to
fai as Iho public is Informed.
I Henry St. Goar of the firm of Ud.
JPulllU L Co, U'uvl-u ou tho WliuU-
The Prices are moderate
mlna for tho Coast. Tho Pollltz
crowd always has rosy predictions
for tho future of Hawaii and has
made good on tho fulfillment. This
combination Is at work on important
development enterprises for tho Is
lands. P. Roth of tho brokerago firm
of OIITard & Roth will also be a pas
senger on tho Withclmlna for Saiu
l'ranclsco. It Is understood that ho
goes to tho Coast to look Into fcoino
ot tho oil schemes In which local
peoplo are Interested.
The real estato market Is shotting
continuous signs of action and Im
provement. Tho demand for small
homes Is by no means Imaginary. A
gentleman who constructed u new
homo on a lot In one of the recently
opened IractH reports thnt ho has
hud four opportunities to kcII his
place at u profit, mid he has not got
the place qulto ready to mova Into.
Ha does not. Intend to sell.
ECZEMA CUREDJN SIMPLE WAY
When )ou havo n tcratch on jour
hand j on wash It out mid clyunsq It
uiiil then tho' skin cures Itself.
Thu best skin specialists today aro
agreed that tho only way to euro the
skin is through tho skin. Tor statis
tics show that nearly all eczema suf
feicrs nio perfectly healthy In all oth
er ways except us to their skin. And
if tho eczema patients wero rc.illy
suffering from an Internal malady, the
entire body and not only tho skin
would bo diseased,
You can piovo Immediately tho ro
llcf of n trim skin euro by using oil ut
wintorgrccn uh compounded In I). 1).
11. PrLscilptlou. This liquid kills the
dlteubo germs, while toning up tho
healthy part of tho skin. .
Wo havu now handled this uierltoi
loiis nnd thoroughly sclentlllc remedy
lor .)() long und havo seen Its tellable
losults to many times that wo freely
express our iiuilldi'iico,
Honolulu Drug Co.
GREAT MAUI HOIKE
(Special to the Bulletin.)
WAIMWU, Maul. Mar, 25. .Tho
Sunday school holke nt Wulheo na
tive Protestant church last Sunday
was ono of the greatest otents Qt
the j car. The excrutes wero far su
perior to those of former jcars, and
tho attendance ot Doth Sunday
school children und spectators was
ory large. Among thopo prescft
wcio Kov. and Mrs, Robert Ilurdctte,
Itev. and Mis. O. II. Gullck, Rev.
Mrs. II, Judd, Rovb. W. I). Oleson,
M. IC. Kakulno, Natvnhlno ami
otUiu; SupcrvLwr T, 1J, LlQUit
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Sold exclusively at the
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KINO AND BETHEL
County Clerk Win. I. Knur, and a
host of others. Hon. It. J, K ,'ft
wuhluo ai.d Hon. .1, W. Kulua, Sun
day tjichooj superintendents, had
thurgo of the exercises, while Mr.
und Mrs, P. X. Kuliokuoluna lookod
uftcr the C. H. Interests. The Sun
day schools wlilt.li took part wero
those from Kuhiikuloa, Walhee, Wu
lehii, Wiilliiku, Wulhapu, Kaluiiil,
Pa 1. 1. Haiku, IIuuu, Olowalu and l.a
halnu. Nearly thrco hundred pn
plltr, old mid )nuug, took part, and
their sluglug rei-elted tho warm
praises of the five, bundled or moro
picecnt. Mr, Ilurdctto spoko to tho
large gathering, and his words wero
well received Tho holko closed
about 1 o'clock, after lasting nearly
four hours. All went to a nearby
Inual, wlicro a luail was held. At
S o'clock tho Christian Undeavor ex
trclees were conducted by Rov'. M.
K. Kakulno, president for tho Ter-
tiluiy, aua al ttiv wlu.u tuc craldvui
Regal agency, ,
thanked tiro various branches whb
took paijt, commending them sVH
highly for 'tho excellent singing a
for tho grc.t Interest manifested
the work o( tho organisation. r
Tho Hawaiian Evangelical Assoi
atlon, which has been holding dal
meetings at Walheo during tb.o,j
ten days, concluded Its' Ubora-H
Wcdqesdny morn.ntT, and the' it!i
afternoon Revs. Oleson
returned to Honolulu
Clnudlne, via Lahnlna
contention will be belli
Kona, Hawaii, next Jane, B5l!
large delegation from Maul wlMji'
piles amttrirta TO
i'ASU U1NTMENT is pun
to THiri".'' flnw nttA'nt 11.1.!. 1
Bleeding-or ProtrudinB TiI:"fsVy
ii daysorTnoneyrefuhded. MSa,l
PARIS MP.niriMPrvi eir-ffl
and Nakul IP
by the. "ajl'