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EVttNlNQ Mtt.LnTlk, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, APR 11. 110.
; Straps and
V Vienna Ties
Something Very New Here
Sold at the
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Fort St., just above King
lASend Us.Ypmt Order .for
Thone ,505 , prCe Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds ,
Bought .and .Sold
307 JUDD BUILDINQ
Telephone, 480 P. 0. 'Box C07
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHOKE CIS. P. 0. BOX .628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, April 11.
The Warm Weather
will soon be with uj, and you will
want a change to the m
t I can show you tome choice loca
tions. Make Your Choice Now
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones C02 nnd 1367
Ground Floor Offering
, Only a FEW MONTHS AGO WE
OFFERED our clients SHARES of
ILLINOIS CRUDE Oil at 25c each,
which are now spaying 1 PER
MONTH on their par value, and
those who acted upon our advice are
now receiving DIVIDENDS OF 4
per month upon their investment.
Illinois Crude is now SELLING AT
Now we are offering you shares of
the JEWELL OIL t!0. at the original
GROUND-FLOOR OFFERING at 30c
EACH, and we are confident that in
a short time Jewell stock will be
SELLING AT 50o PER SHARE. The
management is A-l. The property is
located in a proven district. SEVEN
OIL WELLS have already been drill
ed and are PRODUCING OIL TO
DAY, The company is connected
with the Independent Producers. The
stock is to be listed. We suggeit
that if you care to make an in
vestment that will INCREASE IN
VALUE RAPIDLY during the next
few months, that promises to. pay
fronij 2 to 10 on your money,
that you call at once at our' Hono
lulu office and SECURE YOUR'
You must not delay, or you will
be too late.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 South King St. Waity Building
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
San Francisco Chicago
' Intor-Island mill O It & h. jshlpplne
liookn for eala at iIiq Uullutln
olllco, 50c each.
Call on Mike Paton at tlio Encore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Sergeant Barry has written object
ing to tlio rorort of tho Military Hull
us published In tho Service.
Ask your grocer for Pnrudlso crack
era, tho finest mtdo'. 10,000 frco pack',
ngos will bo distributed next week.
Phono 6 ami aek for Manuel Richard
when jou want an automobile. Seven
tented Chnlmera-Dctrott, lato model.
AnqtiH Mcl'hco, who recently uuf
fered tho loss of ono of Ills hands
through a gunshot. Is reported to bo
Tho people of Maul arc complaln-J
ing very bitterly over the quaran
tine regulations which nro being en
forced on tlio "steamer Glaudlne.
Tomorrow thcro will bo n special
meeting In tho Salvation Army hall,
corner nf King and Nutianti streets at
which special living ptctureu will be
shown depleting tho work pf tho army
in this city.
George Wilcox, ono of tho well
known capitalists of Kauai, camo down
last Saturday on the Inter-Island
K'cnmcr Klnau on business, llo will
powlbly Icavo tomorrow evening on
the sanio steamer.
It U ioi oited .that l'red M. Kallluli
has made tha statement that hereafter
ho will be found In tho ranks of tho
Republican party. Mr. Kaullull was
heretofore recognized as ono of tho
tinders nf tho Democrats on Molokal.
Eleven Klllplnos at Hoea wero
placed It: quarantine under tho sup
position that thoy had been oxposod
to smallpox. Tho patient was a la
borer 'from Hawl Plantation. The
Filipino Is now recovering and tho
Malinger Kalrchlld of tho Makco Sug
ar Company Is not going back to his
plantation empty handed If tho Gov
ernor can prevent It. The chief oxecu
tha Is trjlng to persuade Mr. Kalr
chlld to tnko a bunch of Russians to
his plantation but tlio Senator does not
seem to see It In that light. Ho says
ono experience Is enough, for him.
He Left No Will
HOW OFTEN YOU READ OF A
SUDDEN DEATH WITH THE
ABOVE COMMENT. V
DO YOU WANT TO PROVIDE
FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF YOUR
OWN PROPERTY. OR WILL YOU
ALLOW THE LAW TO DO THIS!
WE' WILL PREPARE tY0UR
LOCAL AND' GENERAL
NAME OP STOCK.
Ewa plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
(law. Com. ft Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugkr O)
fionomu Suga" Co. . , . , . .
llonokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Suzar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Knhuku Plantation Co. ...
Itokcha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Uo. .
McDryde Sugar Co
Orthu Sugar Co
'):inmca Sugar Co. .......
Oukala Sugar Co
Ol.ih Sugar Cc. Ltd
Pmuhau Sugar Plant. Co.
I'uiinc Sugar Mill
1'ala Plantation Co
Pepeckco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co. ..
Wnla'ua Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & L Co.. Prcf. .
Hon. R.T. &L Co, Com. ,
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Nahlku Rubber Co., Ass. .
Oaliu R. & L. Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. , ,
Haw. Tor. 4 Fire CI.) ..
Cal. Boot Sug. & Ret. Co. (i
Haiku Sugnr Co. C
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Cs . .
Haw, Irr. Cc, 6s AS pd. .
Haw. IrrRtn. Co.. 6s
4Iaw. Com. - Sug. Co. 3
Ulln It. It. Co., Issuo I9U
llonokaa Sngai Co., 8 ..
Hon. R. T. & L. Co. 6 . . .
Kauai Py. Co. 6
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBrydo Sugar Co. 6s . , .
Oahu R. & L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar On. 5 ...'...
Olaa Sugar Co 6
Pnc 8111;. Mill Co. 6
Pala Plantation Co , ,
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Waialu.i Agrlc. Co. 5 . . .
Sales Ilctw cen Boards; 112,000 Ho-
noKnn Cs 5103..,; IB Haw. C. ti. 8. Co.,
JI2.G0. Session: 9 Mcllrjdo. S.7B: S
l'.tla 147 r.ft; 25 HuUhluson, S19;
$1000 Olaa 6s, S04.5O.
L.ltlttt tmf nttrttattnn A tft fnt. h
$370 per ton.
Manager John T. Molr will return
to his plantation tomorrow.
"Seated Auto for hlro. Phono 10S
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand
,Pnul Bartols has returned to hl"
work nftcr a delightful varutlon Bpcnl
on tho mnuntnlns of .Hawaii.
If you want n good job dono on nu
auto or carriage 'take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Speaker llotstcln predicts n Rcpiib
llcnn victory for the three principal Is
lands of tho group nt tho coming elec
tion In tho fall.
Tha special song service of the girls'
choir at tho prison was much appre
ciated yestcrdny by the oftlclali as well
ns by tho prisoners.
A. S. Wilcox, tho sugaT King of
KniiHl, Is In town, having nrrlxed jes
terday on tho Klnau. He is accom-
Lpanlcd hy Mrs. Wilcox.
C. E. King, Inspector or schools, who
arrived from llllo last Saturday to bo
present at a speclnl conference of the
"Board of Education, will bo n passen
ger tomorrow on tho Manna Ken
There whs a pretty wedding nt tha
Christian church last Saturday even
ing when S. II Webb nnd Mrs M. A.
Davis wero married. Both par les havo
resided In tha Islands for some time 1
Call at the show looms nnd get
twonty-flve Green Btamrs free. Ecry
thing In tho show room Is free fo;
Green Stamps. Cull today or any day
Heiotanln opposite Klro Btntlon.
vilLaiiKffCmMt Mf 'QBE '
ALL the young men in this town
are going to want the fine
clothes we liave here this
season; special styles designed for
young men; very snappy, smart
Hart Schaffher & Marx
have made for us some special styles for the critical, drcssv
young fellows; and if you don't see yourself in them, you'll
see nearly all the other fellows.
They're exceptionally fine Roods; all-wool, perfectly tailor
ed. Better have a look at them today.
Suits, $20 to $35; Overcoats, $20 to $30.
This store is the home of Hart SchafTner & Marx clothes.
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO STREET
Sugar. 4,36 cts,
Beets J4s 6d
Mmbr Honolulu Stocx nd Bonn
FORT ANU MEKCHANT BTR.
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 Fort Street '
"bTUUKS AND BtJNDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK ATTD
Thcio uru 11 great many things that
o can claim to lead tho world in, but
Australia has tho largest Incubator In
tho world, sas tho St. Louis Qlobe-.
Democrat, It has n capacity of 11,410
duck eggs or 14,080 hen eggs. This
monster hatching machine consists of
an ordinary shed, with a corrugated
Iron roof; tho egg trays hold 130 duck
eggs or 1C0 hen eggs.
Thoru nro four of thesu trojs end to
end. ono above tlio other, on each bIcIo
of tho room making eight In alt. Heat
mines from steiiiu pipes supplied from
a lalgo bollor nnd moisture fioni pinn
under tho lower Her of trays The In
culminr Is cl.ilmeil to be working very
well and to bo n,ulto a success.
Sole Agents for Honolulu
Two Premier Corsets
The Best that is Produced
The Best in the World Tor the Price
MADAME IRENE CORSETS arc the result of an unequalled experience. The sup
eriority of their designs is recognized by the mosttastidious leaders of fashion. Through
the medium of her exclusive Corset .Parlors on 5th Avenue, New York, and Paris
Madame Irene has had exceptional facilities to study the finest trade in the world and
to dcvelopc an ability which places her at the very top of her profession.
We now carry Ten of the Leading New Models in stock, some of which are here pictured. The
The prices are exactly the same as charged in the parlors of Madame Irene, viz; $5, $7 .50, $10.50, $ 2.50
and $15. We would call attention to the quality formerly sold at $15 is now sold by us at $1 250, the
$1 2.50 style at $1,0.50. The other prices 'are new models.
Madame Irene Madame Irene Madame Irene The Parisette The Farisette
No. 1175. ' No. 013.
Price $7.50 Price $15 Price $5
The best popular-priced Corset obtainable, manu
factured by Gage, Downs & Co. of Chicago. Has
all the grace of an expensive corset and for the
price has no equal.
Justrite Justrite Justrite
(No'. 125. No. 011. No. 400.
Made of Rood aual
ity Baaiste, with' Ham
Made of White Sa.
teen, trimmed with
Extreme Long Soft
Skirt, medium butt,
with tix carterc.
A very popular sell
er; six garten, me-diura-weight
Medium low butt, ex
tra lone; toft extemion
skirt, with six garten.
C0RSETSv FITTED AND ALTERED
BY OUR MISS MERCHANT
BETWEEN HOTEL AND KINO
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