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Comfortable Fashionable Sightly
Every Pattern New
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Send Us, Your Order for
Phone 565 Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
Xing 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
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
J. W. Pratt
F. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant .St!
Phones 602 and 1367
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. 0. GUILD Manager
Money in Oil Stocks
Templor Ranch Oil Co.
will be selling within NINETY
DAYS AT '50 CENTS,
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
Templor Ranch Oil Co.'s property.
In THIRTY DAYS they will be able
to pump their oil direct to Port Har
ford. The public is iust beginning to
realize the WONDERFUL POSSIBIL
ITIES of the Temnlor Ranch, conse
quently the ACTIVITY in this
Have you realized the GREAT
OPPORTUNITY in store for you by
buying TEMPLOR NOW t IT IS THE
BEST BUY on the market.
I will not be able to sell this stock
for 40 cents much loncer to vou, un
less you come rieni to my omoe ana
mfl"ke 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 Chicago
He Left No Will
HOW OFTEN YOU READ OF A
SUDDEN DEATH WITH THE
DO YOU WANT TO PROVIDE
FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF YOUR
OWN PROPERTY. OR WILL YOU
ALLOW THE LAW TO DO THIS?
WE WILL PREPARE YOUR
Alfred D. Oooper
MwiIlM Stocks Ml Mris
t . 3Q7.JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 4W P 0. Box 107
and Bond Broker,
023 Fort Street
David A. Dowsett
P. 0. BOX HS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hawaiian trust Co., Ltd.
Charles A. Stanton;
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday, March 31.
Stop Paying Rent
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Brewer Co
Bwa Plantation Co. . . ; . .
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. ft 2ug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sueur C)
Ilonomu Suga Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. . ,
Kekxha Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Onomen Sugar Co
Orlcala Sugar Co
ni -h Sugar Cc Ltd
1'a.tuhau Sugg Plant. Co.
Pacific 8ugar Mill
P iU Plantation Co.. ... .
I'tipeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnla'ua Agric Co
Walluku 8ugar Co
Walmannlo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.'. .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. ft L Co.. Prof,
Hon. R. T. ft L Co . Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Natilku Rubocr Co ,
Nnhlku Rubber Co., Ana. ,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Haw.Ter.4 Fire CI.) .
Cal. Beet Sug. ft Kef. Co. V
ilnlku sugar Co. fi
Hamakua Pitch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 6a
Haw. com. ft Sue- Co. 5
llllo R, R. Co.. Issue 190
Hllo R. R. Co.. Con. 6 ..
HonokaaSngat Co., 6 .,
Hon.R.T. L. Co.6 ...
Kauai Py. Co. 6a
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6a . . .
Oahu R. ft L. Co. 6
Oahu Sugar Co. J ,
OlaaSugarCo 6 ......
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc. Co. 5
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Sales Between Boards: S McBryde
SG87V&; 300 Kwn, 34.SO; 35 Oahu
Sug Co., $37.G24; 50 Haiku. 1143.
Session: S Hon., B. &M. Co.. $17;
100 pHnuhau. J29.50; 39 Hutchinson,
$19: 40 Paatihau. $.29.S0; IS Paauhau,
S29.S0; 13 Hon. B. .. M. Co.. $17.25.
Dividends March 31, 191Q- n.
llrower ft Co., $2 share;' Ewa, 20c
fhnro; Walmannlo, $2.50 share: Haw.
U'lccjrlc, 75c. hhare; Olowalu. $2
slinro; Hon. B. ft M. Co., 20c. share;
l.-I. 8. N. Co, CSc. share; Kahuku, 20c.
shnro; Haw. Pineapple. Co.. 20c. sharu;
Hon. n. T. & L. Com. (Cjuar), $1
Latest sugar quotation 4.36 cents or
187.20 per ton.
One cent a word will cant vour
message to the people of Hawaii in '
the classified columns of the Bui.
1 m I . A lif4w invMttnfint '
. n b ... K kU ,VB. IMIV.MIW.I..
will place your want or wish before
almost tuny thousand people.
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phone 6
Fine copperplate engraving and
printing at noakbanes. Fort Mret.
Embroidered tiousspatia and fancj
needlework. Mr. H. Ilcll, 102 Hotel
New Ico Cream and Confectionery
Parlor, Harrison Block". Uerctanla
Dr. J. R. Judd was yesterday ap
pointed a member of the Hoard or
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 8t
There will be a Chinese luncheon
served at Palamn on Saturday by
tho ladles of St. Elizabeth's church.
Tho first watermelons of the season
JiiFt In at Wn Chong Keo's, SCO North
Bcretanla street, near Pnlama Junc
The persona tax (poll, road nnd
school) ahould be paid before April
1, 1910, otherwise ten per cent, will
Frederic L. Morong M. I)., physician
and surgeon, has opened oSlces at 270
Beretanla street. Office hours U-l,
3-5. and 7-8.
C. V. Daniels, n farmer from Ore
gon, Is telling tho people of hla
Stato how he fell In lovo with Ha
waii while visiting here.
American Steam laundry does deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' drcsaes. Clothes cleaned and
prenfed. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 603.
, The regular weekly meeting of tho
Promotion Committee will tako place
thla afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, when
tho ordinary routlno work will bo
The rpcular monthly meeting of tho
board of directors of the Free Kind
ergarten nnd Chlldrcn'r Aid Associa
tion will be held on Friday April 1, a
9:30 n. in. In the rooms of tho Y. V
lx)dgc No. 61fi. B. P.O. R. will, hold
an Installation of officers for the en
suing j ear, on Friday, April 1. Cards
Informing members of this meeting
havo been mailed by Secretary II. P.
There will be n special meeting
of the Ladlea' Aid Society of the
Methodist church, in the church par
lors this afternoon at halt-past two.
All members are requested to be
Bear in mind that tho merchant:!
who-Rlvc green stamps1 wllPnot 'In
crease their prices, but on the con
trary their Increase In trade by this
system enables them to sell cheaper
The local Chinese are making all
kinds of preparations for the recep
tion of Prince Tsal T'Ao, who will
arrle shortly from China on his
way to the States for the purpos"
of stud)ng military affairs. He la
a. brother of the Prince Regent of
Rev. Wm. K. Poal has been ap
pointed by the Anti-Liquor Society
of Ilawallans to call on Mrs. Walter
F. Frear and intlte her to speak on
the subject of tho day (the liquor
question) to the Hawalinns at Ka
llhl camp. Miss Ida M. Pope will
also be asked to give views on the
Marshall Darrach, who has been de
lighting Honolulu audiences with
Shakcsiearean recitations, will give,
by request, selections from hla own
writings In conjunction with "A Com
edy of Errors," on Thursday evening
April 7, at 8 p. m., ut the Alexander
Young hotel. On Monday, April 11, u'.
8 p. m.. ho will recite "Mficbcth."
For Business and Outing Wear ei nc f A 9 Cfl
fhe Satisfactory Shirt for the $(? WJ.dV
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SILVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd.
KING, NEAR FORT
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Sugar, 4.36 cts.
Beets, 14s 8d
UEIIIIV WATEWeilSE TMST CO.
Msmber Honolulu SJtoaK and Bono
FORT ANU VERbHArfT T,
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FOR THE OVERTHROW
Of THE MOSQUITO
Educator Shoes are built to
fit the feet instead of the
feet being fitted into the
shoes. That's the reason that
there is such pleasing comfort
in them. No cramping to
make the feet ache.
In all leathers, and ever;
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Fill Out This Blank and
Send to the Evening Bulletin
Kdltor i: von 1 111; II u lie tin.
Garbage not rcmoed at.. ulnco
'- ' ,
Mosquito breeding rubbish at '. .....
Plcaso huvo inspector attend to this matter.
. . Tho nhovo blan!( fully oxplnln Itsol. It you know of any gar
bago not removed within proper time limit, or of any old cans or other
water cdntalnera that, would mako brecdlng-ptacea for mosquitoes, fol
low Instructions on tho above blank nnd tho Kventng Dullotin
will do the rest. ' ' '
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Pond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET!
ai'UUKa AND BONDS
Trent Trust Go.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
REALTY CO. ,
83 Merchant St.
Real Estate and Insurance.
203 Judd Bldg. 2nd Floor,
JJUlietlu UuMiitii UBice i'hoiie xolT
Hulletin Editorial Koom thou 181
lne a u 1 1 e 1 b JruDiuniBf (Jo.,
Ltd., is agent for the best atTaTiitg
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and it prepared
to give estimates on hirh-irridi
printing of every kind.
Alsd prices and samples of thi
Very Latest In Engraved Cards,
Invitations, In the but of form
for smart f unctions.
LEWIS' RIDING ACADEMY
GRAND OPENING AT,
On Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock
April 1st, will bo the opening of tho
academy which tho public will bo In
vited to nltond. All Intending to bo
como pupils Bending in their names
before 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
will have their first tosson tree. Miss
Asplnwall. tho Montana girl champion
lady rider nnd roper of the world, will
gle an exhibition of horsemanship
and roping at the opening or the Acad
emy tomorrow at 3 o'clock. Shn wilt
also bo ono of tho three Instructors.
Eoronp free on opening day
TonlKbt at 8 o'clock In Alexander
Young Hotel tho dlstluRiilshcl Rhako-
spenro reciter Mnrshall Darrnch of
Now York will recite from memory
the Efhakcppcaroau mastorplcco "Ham'
Man In enroll today for aiimiiinr
course. In shorthand dictation at
Y M 0, A. Teim hufilns April
i. Tuition low. 4G8K.it
Industry Small at Present, but Will
Be Increased Shipments Made
to the United States Canadian
Sugar Mills Doing Well.
Fred C. Slater of Sarlna
reports that consldeiablo attention
has been given to growing sugar
beets In the province of Onturio. II
"A sugar mill creeled nt Wullace
burg, in 1902, Is In full operation
100 to 120 dajH n season, with a
capacity of GOO to TOO tons each
'i hours. Tho standard sacchnrlno
test of beeja Is 12 per cont., but last
season's crop averaged about IS por
"Large quantities of beets nro
also exported during the Beaton
October-December to tho United
States, the amount this last season
being valued at 174,348. The sug
ar companies ot Michigan contract
with the farmer to plant a certain
number of ncres (from fi to CO) and
furnish the team work In connec
tion with the cultivating, also for
eign labor, usually llelglaus or Rus
sians, to do the land work. Last
eur Michigan mills hud bo con
tracted for u little over 1000 acres,
but It Is reported much larger for
tho ensuing season. Lust season the
farmer received 1 1 25 per ton, but
nil rnnlriicla this wutit nro writ
leu at $ I. r0, Tim sugar inllla nt
Ontario nl-tn export enme hast pulp
to the sugar mills In the eastern
part of the United Utates,"
ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET ARE HERE IN PLEN
TY. WE HAVE SHAVING SOAPS, BRUSHES. STROPS,
TALCUM POWDER AND RAZORS.
Benson, Smith fc Go.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
-TP 1,1 .; .'.n "; r.-m ?t -jit
A Grreat Money-Saving Oppor
$3000.00 worth of New Laces
At Astonishing -Bargains
First Showing Friday, April 1st
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