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rvn.NiMn nuLt.nTiN, iionomjmt, t. it . Saturday, Apn. 2. ioto.
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Alfred D. Cooper
llnwallnn Stacks and Bonds
Hutuiht iiiul Said
307 IlIDD RUIT.niNO
Telephone 480 P. 0: Box 107
LOCAL AND GENERAL I
Stud; fcnd Bond Broker,
P 0 BOX 58
Comfortable Fnsliicnablo Tightly
Every Patto'xn New ""
ftTInerny SJioe Store
Honolulu Slo:R Exchange
Saturday Apr 2.
Send Us Your Order for
King Street Pish Market
1 he Warm WcatheV
will soon lie with us, and you will
wont a change1 tn the
I can show you some choice loca-
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
Mike Your Choice Now
P. 0" Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones C02 and 1307
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort' and-Qucen Streets
C. Brewer A Co
Hwa riantntlnn Co. .....
Hawaiian Agrl.;. (
Ilnw. Com fc-'ug Co. ...
Hawaiian Sushi C. . . ,
j Honnniu Hu;a fo
Iiiilchlni SuK-tr runt. .
Kiihuku Plantation Co .
ICckchn Sugar Co
Koloi Sugar '."
MoBryde Sutjn'Co .......
OahiiFuzii ( n
Qntiuieii HtiRur Co
Olan Sug-irCc Mil
Paaohau Sug.i Plant. Ck
Pacific Hiik.ii Mill
l'.ili Plantation Co. .. .
I'epe clu-ii hLgnr l'i . . ,
I'Uiiimm MIIK'if ., . ,.
Wiiiii'ili Wte l'i ,.
Witllii'iu SiiinrCn . . .
Wuliu'inaloStizii Co. .j..
Wnlmcn Si.Kur i.llll Co ,.
inter Islarnl Strain N Co
IlRwnllnii niLttiloCo ...
I Inn. It 1.& I. Co.. Prof
Hon. P T.fl I. Co "Mn
Mlifli.il Telephone Co. . . .
Nnlilku Itub'jet Co , "
Vlihlku llnhlvn Co. AhH
Onhu l S, I,. Co. ...
Illlo It It Co
Hem U fi. U Co
ilawallun Piiiuapple Co
Hnw.Tor.4 (FlreCl.j .
Haw Tir 4iX
IIaw.Covt.5X .... . ...
Cal. Beet Sup ft Rcf. Ca. 0
Haiku Sug-ir Co.
Hamnkua Pitch Co.,
Utinor Ditch 6s
Haw.Irr.CL.6s4S pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 6s
Haw. Com. Rug. Co. S
Illlo It. It. Co, iRSlloIJUl
HIlo It. II. Co , Con C ...
Ilonnknn Sugai Co ,6 . .
Hou. n.T. fch.Co.CJ. ...
Kuiinl I'. Co. Is
Kohnla Ditch Co. Cr ....
McRrj lie Sminr C". Ca . . .
Onliu It. I.. Co. 5'
O.ilm Sugar 0. G
Pac. Sub. Mill Co. fie . ...
Pala Plantation Co ,
Pioneer MM Co. GX
Walalun Agrlc. Co. 6 ...
One ceut a word will carry voui
tiiewiipe to the people of Hawaii in
the classified columns of Hie B u 1
1 e t i n. A thatj tent investment f
will place your want or wish before
almost thirty thousand people. I
AuliMiinhlluH S4 iit '"our Phono 0
Kln cupii plain tMigmvlug and
1 1 luting nl Ho ikti uif l-'iirt ilropt
7-Scati-d Auto for lilru Phono 199
Iiiiiipb lukor. Youim llnti'l Stand '
tIni'ii'or I'rcnr x III not go to Ha
wiiirtlll next Balling of tho Manna I.oa.
Whltiivy k. Mnrnlii annuil leinnant
galo will bcBln next Monda inarnliiR,
Kmliroldoiod tioussoaim and lauc
necdlowork.Irt. II Bull, 1C2 Iloto!
Now Ico Cream nnd Confectioner
Parlor, ilurrlson Block, Dcrotanln
If you want o good Job dune on an
auto or earrlagn tnke It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St,
The Hist watermelons of tho Beaton
Jtirt lij,at Wa Chung Kpo'b 300 Nortl
Buretanl i street, near Pulania June
u 1-2 I Freilerlr I.. Mnrong M. I)., physician
IS. I'l mid R'trgw.n Uhr upei oil oMlccs at 2ii
OEO. 0. QUILD
Bcretunla stiuot. Onico hours 1 1-1
Henry Jlorsberg, who was charged
with asHault nnd battery, was rcprl
rmnUn bv Judge Andrade IliU morn
Ing nnd allowed to go.
aheilit Jarrelt made a trip around
the Iflaud yciterday In an automobile
and look the opportunity of Inspcc'.lni,
the country lockout s
ChnrlcR HilR'acc, Jr. hn3 prcspnted
a gold med il fur tho okntlng Mara
thou race that I to mine on at the
Pilnceix rink on April 23.
MiiKnucuidu imd.T Ibu misp'ccn of
Prcldc Hehekah Uidge No. 1. I. O, O
P.. will be ?lven at K. of P. hall Sal
iildn), April 9, 1910. Admission COc.
Artist Paul Jo l.ongpio, who paid
Han-all n visit of some duration last
ear. Is again coining In May. Ml.
dc Longpro highly prnlsej the flow
ers of Hawaii,
Three rlroners arrived on the
Mumin Kea this morning, fiom Illlo
Uii;y wuie taken at once to O.ilm
For Business and Outing Wear
The Satisfactory Jhirt for the
$1.75 to $3.50
SUVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd,
KI1IG, HEAR FORT
He Left No Will
Sales Between Boards: 10 Pala
$147.50; 5 Pala 1147 GO, GO Pioneer,
1235; 20 Illlo lly. Com, $14; G Pnait
hail, $29G2: G Paaulmu, $29 62; 21
Paniihau, $29.75. Session: 8 Mcllrde
Co . $C 87V4; S Haw. Pino. Co . $27.C2"4:
$3000 Olaa 6s, $94.50; $2000 Olua 0s,
Latest sugar quotation 4,36 cents or
$87,20 per ton.
1 HOW OFTEN YOU HEAD OF A
SUDDEN DEATH WITH THE
1 ui iuu want iu rxiuviur.
Read every word of this announce! VKeYO WILL
ment carefully that you may leant ?TTOW im iSw TO DO THIS!
hew yoa can MAKE MONEY 0UT, ALL0W 1IIElIAW l0 D0 THIST
OF CALIFORNIA OIL STOCKS. ; WE WILL PREPARE YOUR
Durinc tho past -.ear our clients .WILL.
N bought through us nuudreds ottnou-i
eands of shares of Rood California
Oil stocks. These stocks have ad-
vanccd in value and our clients have
often made PROFITS OF 200 PER I
CENT. OR BETTER. Hundreds and
hundreds of our client arc receiv-
,inr dividends of from 1 TO 4 PER.
ENT. PER MONTH, upon the money ' -
meanda&.inmled upon " ""'.Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
For some time now we have been
Sugar, 4 36 cts.
HENRV WaTEHHOIISE TRUST CO.
4mtrs Honolulu BIAiK nd Bone
ORT AND VEHuHANT 8TS.
INVESTIQATINQ THE TEMPLOR
RANCH, OIL CO. We have examined
the property personally we had it
examined by exnert oil men not in
terested in the Company in any wav
and we have looked into, the record
of the men that manage and control
it. As a result of this thorough in
vestigation we can HIGHLY REC
OMMEND the purchase of the TEM
PLOR RANCH OIL CO. at this time.
7ou must act Quickly and get it
now while you can buy it for 40
CENTS PER SHARE, before it goes
a3v higher. I
, When we advise the purchase of a
stock our clients know.th'at it is a
good buy. We unhesitatingly advise
the purchase of Templor Ranch at
this time. Call, write or phone, and
"' P E. R.STRAUCH
74 South KingSt. Waity Building
D23 Fort Street
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
Stop Paying Rent
Roth k Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
prlton whoro they will havo to KervM
Masnkl. the Jnpaneso who ran over
Mrs. Knlel.tlll eslciday afternoon, ha
been charged with heedless driving of
an nu'omolillo, nnd will hnvo to appear
In court on April 0
Ihcrn are 87- guests at Asch's hotel
at present, nnd tho number will prob
nblj bo added to on Monday morning
when tho drunk brlgndo appears be
forp Judgo Andrndo,
American Steam Laundry doc dell
calo fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' dresses, Clothes cleaned am
presied. Work-fldvcrtlsos Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 303.
Tho three Jnpaneso who were order
ed Into custody by Judgo Andrado yes
terday morning on a charge, of cxtor
tlun had their cases sent over till
Widncrduy next at thefpollco court
Mnuucl Coirea. who was charged
with heedless driving of n hack had
the case ngnlnst him nolle prosned nt
the police court this morning. Ho was
alleged to hno knocked over a cyclist
nnd to have damaged tho wheel.
Bear In mind that tho merchant
who give green utumps will not li
creiiHO their nrlcett hut on tlin rnr
trary, their lncrcnso In trade by lhlp
system enables thorn to soil cheaper
The case against five Chlncso who
are alleged to havn been gambling
was taken up at the pollco court this
morning and. nfler evldcnco In tho caso
had been given, tho matter was sent
ocr till April C.
Only iio bid wns handed In for Hi
ilredgtng of Honolulu harbor. In res
ponse to a call for bids for tho wor'.c
by Major Wlnslow. The only bid In
consldoied by Major Wlnslow to lio
veiy much In excess of what scemi
right and tho matter' will be submit
After testing the merits of wlrcles'i
on tho steunishlp Korea, tho Pacific
Mail Stenmshlp Company has derided
to equip Its liners Manchuria, Mon
golia, Slborlir, Asia and China on tho
trans Pacific run with tho syBtum, A
contract has Just been closed between
tho mall company and the United
Wliclesa Teleijrnph Company for tho
equipment of the steamers. Kach ves
sel will he fitted up with n G-HUowalt
set and will also hae n l-kllowatt set
aboard fitted with Bturago batteries to
bo used as an auxiliary In cases of
It w.ih lliiall decided tfiU afternoon
Dial Iho Halelwa Marathon race would
be run tomorrow Tho talk of a pox'-
ponemetit is nil abandoned end the
toads are said to bn In goo I condition
Clifford Klmbnll Is ready, nail tho
Indies of Walalua also to recilYu it
big bunch of excurfclonlsts.
Tho tug-of-war nl the Athletic Park
has b:on KstiHned as the grout d nre
In ii terrible Rta'.u, nnd It would be lin
'r,'l'de to do nn thing there thli
Ir It does tint ruin tinir.lit the vrei.t
ling and boxing show will ha hroiuht 1
on nl tho Princess rink The bisvlnll
yni ie nt the Ix'aguo grounds also dc
pend Uion the weather nnd. pro Idln r
' deei not rnln hard, tho Bchednto will
bo carried on.
FOR THE OVERTHROW
Of THE MOSQUITOl
Fill Out This Blank and
Send to the Evening Bulletin.
I'll'lnr P. ve pi UK It il I In tin.
llai luge nut I diluted .'It-
Mosquito breeding rubbish at ,...'.
Plenie have Inspector attend to this matter.
EXPERT ON SIERRA
1 1, ,
Annnrf'tliosy.arrlvlnr on .tho stern
last night wbh IMnnrd W. Tucker, Jr.,
or tho San rranclhco firm of Kdward
W. Tucker & Co, who hao hnd
cahrgo of tho work of changing the
Sierra to an oil burner. Tho Sim
Prnnclsto firm which 'placed tho oil
burners on the Sierra hns hnd cxten
bIo experience In work of thnt diame
ter, nnd sent a member of tho com
pany on tho first trip of tho Sierra to
make sure that tho oil burning appar
atus recehed expert attention on tho
first trip of tho Sierra to tho Islands
undor tho new schedule,
Mr. Tucker Is n ncphow of Joshua
Tucker of tho Public Lnnds Depart
ment, end expects to return with tho
Slerrn on her trip back to the Const.
SUGAR FACTORS CO.
The total amount of sugar shipped
by tho Sugur motors' Co., Lltl., since
December 1, 1909, Is 150,500 'no
tons. Of this amount, 114,100 not
tpns of sugar have reached the mar
kets. Tho balance, viz., 42,400 tons,
is still nlloat.
Of theso 150,500 net tons of sug
ar, 96,000 Uons hare been shipped
by the Amcrtcnn-Hnwallnn S. S. Co.
for tho East; 7000 tons by Capo
Horn, and tho balance, 53,500 tons,
for tho Pacific Coast marjtets.
The estimated sugar shipments for
1910 lire 448,380 tons.
. Tho nbovo blank fully explains Itself, j If you UnnWiofJfonysajFj,
bage liot removed within proper time UmltJ.nr nj any old cntis-OfTiKr-fc
water containers that would mako bieedlng-plnies for mohquftoeg, f'd-fc
low Instructions on the abate blank and the Evening Hullo tl,
will do the rest. ' j . ""
International Correspondence '
1139 Fort' Street - Honolulu
blUUKS AND BONDS
JTrent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
LA is IL d
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO. vhme P53'
San Francisco Chicago
83 Merchant St.
. ,t rn I
pulletlit .tiutuubs Ulhce Phone 2DG
ua.w x,ullull-l AUOOl HU1U- lUa.
FACTS AND FIGURES
12. V, Bauckham, primed with
facts and figures concerning the Fur
Uast, fron tho Bouthern tip of the'
Phi tin ue Inlands to the nortnorn
Isibeilati frontier, Is n passenger on
Sfin".rn'ivin 1 board tho Pacific Mall steamer
HOMES FOR SALE in different I ?.."" .?""i.S.n .B?,c:."!i
Publishing Company, wljh oftlccs nt
parts of town and near town
est terms. "
HOUSES FOR RENT
83 Merchant St. Tel. 780
rurnlshed room and board;
A bright boy wauls Job afternoons.
Address "C, C", this offlco.
Peking, Tientsin, Chufoo, Shunghnl,
Hankow, Chlugklang, Nanking,
IlongUong, Canton, Mtieao and Ma
nila. The nrm publishes a valua
ble gazqttler and dllectory of tho
Hint, nnd dm Ing his stay at Hono
! lulu Baurkhatn made n noise like nr
exceedingly busy man In sccurltm
n largo-sized bunch of Information
concerning the products and ru
Bouicct, of the Hawaii in Islands, Mr.
Baiickhuni will make an external
tour of thu I'll 1 1 oil fitntcB lu tho In
tci tuts of his publication.
r . . .
This morning at half-past ten
a hurry-up call was sent for tho pa
trol wagon from the Sanitary Steam
Laundry. Upon nrrlvnl there It waj
found that a joung girl nTtmed Rose
David had in some way got hoi
right hand caughtMn a wringing ma
chine, in trIng to pull her hnnd
out she had struck against another
part of the machlro and bad broken
her arm between the elbow ami
The girl fainted from tho. pain,
nnd was at ouco cared for by hor
fellow omplojes. Sho was taken U
tho ()ueon's Hospttnl by tho patrol
wagon, and was admitted for treatment.
J- BULLETIN ACS PAY
DE LONGPJE COMING
, Paul do Longpro, tho famous artist
of Southern California, Ih to make
good (its piomlso of returning to Ho
nolulu. The mull by thu Slerrn
brought n letter from Mr. de longpro
in Mr, I.lxhinnu, In which he rajs: "It
may be possible that we spend anoth
er two months lu ouo of jour Utile
totlaguR at deer old Wnlklkl"
Mr. de Lougpre has ulso written tho"
editor of thu Bulletin stating that ho
expects to lslt tho city for two
months, coming on tho Slerrn that
lean's San Francisco ou May Ttb.
Our big showing of Laces
is indeed pleasing to the
Many who bought yester
day came back again for
more Lace today.
Nobody should miss this
opportunity to save money
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