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EVKNINtl DULLnriN, HONOLULU, T.
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SATUUD Y, AI'Il. 1C,
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Children's Common Sense
In Bla,ck and
Broad flat heel, an the lasts wide enough to rivc nb
sollitc ficcilom to growing- feet, These are new with us,
and wc consider them the best sheo In the city for chil
dren. Theyare for i
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
liouiilit and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 489 P. 0. Box C07
LOCAL AND GENERAL
NbW - TO-DAY
Now Bklrtn Just received nt
ney & Marsh'.
Telephone 603 In have Lnundrj
called for nnd delivered quick.
Sirs. Davison, fashionable dressmak
er. llfiOina 71-72 Young building.
"Seated Auto fur hire, Phone 19!i
.lames linker. Young Hotel Stind
Finn copperplate engraving mid
printing nt Iloakbano's, Kurt street.
It you want n good Jolt done on an
nuto or carilngo tnko It to Ilawnllnn
CnrrlagiyMrg. Co., 127 Qrfocn St,
Phono 6 inn) nsk for Manuel lllchari
when yon wnnt nn nutumnlillc Seven-
seated Chnlmcrs-Delrolt hte model. i
HOnOIUlU MOCK tXCnanfiCln a special putclinso of 10 cans of
IlllIBIlIi limitl nvm.
Get your tickets
Stock and Bend Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The World's Ecst
Sftturd-y, April IB.
Boys or Girls
Priced at $3.50 but worth more
M'Inerny Shoe. Store
Fort St., jtict ateve Kfrgj.
The 'Warm Weather
will soon be with us, .and, you will
wnnt a change to the
Icaa show you some choice loca-
Mi IV: Your Dolce Now
C. Ilitjwor R.C
Kwa Ph-iilatlon Co
Hnw.illun Agrlc, Co
Haw. Coin & .iug. Co. ...
Hawaiian Sufi.r C-)
tfcnnmu Ruga Co
Ilonokna Sugar Co
Hulku Sugar Co
Ilutchlncon Sugar PI ml. ,
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kokaha Gugar Co , . .
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllryde Susjr Co
O.ihu SiigTf Co
Onomea Sugar Co
OUn Sugar I'c l.lcl. ......
i'nnubati 8uga Plant. Co
Pacific Sugar .Mill
P tin Plantation Co. .....
1 PoiM-ekeo Sugar Co
i iMntiepr MIHC". ,
! . tt'nlnlu. KttUf. IVi
"MiWTiiWil ' ilil"l'HIIWtilll lit in' ' il II I'll Walluku Sugar Co
Waliuanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Wntmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
ntcr Inland Stonm N Co
Ilawnllnn 111m trie Co ...
Iliui.lt. l.X. I, Co P'cf
Hon ft.T, ,V 1. Co Coin.
Mutual 1 elf nhom- Co. . ,
NalilUu ltu'.iVr Co,
roti it,. N
Vnlil't" Hi'Mwrfn, Ah
Oalmll. H I.. Co
llllolt.lt Co '
Hon. n. M Co. . . '.
linwnllau PlLeappTn Co
Ilnw.Ter. (Kirn CI. .
Ili.w Tur tbt
Cal. Deet Sug. rtcf. Co b
Ilnlku Sugar Co. fl .....
Hamaktn Pitch Co ,
Ilppor ntlcli C .
Haw. lrr. Ct, C4:X il. .
Iliw Irrgtn. Ct In
Haw. Coin. A ng. Co. S
Hllo II. It. Co., Ibkuo U'l)
Hllnlt.n. Co., Con C,Y. ."..
IlonoknnSugai Co., (1 ..
Jlon. It T.& L Co. 63; ...
Knunl Py. Co. 9a
Knhala Dllrli Co. C
McHryde Si.gar Co. fij . ,,
Oaliu It. & L. Co b
Oahu Sugar Co 6 ......
Pac. Bug. Mill Co. C
Pain Plantation Co.
Send Us Your Order for
' Phore 5G5 V Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish.JIarket
WIISN IN NEED OF
of any description
Jq tin t I 8 Oil
54 I I
21 li 21
.5 l.Vl J
10) -2 105
PArER & SUPPLY CO., 'LTD.
iFort and Queen Streets J
OEOc G. GUILD Manager
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 ...
alnlui Aprlc. Co. 6
Sales IJetttoen Hoards: S3000 Mc
llrjdu Cs, (99; 15 Hllo Ity 15; GO Hon.
n. & M. Co. 17: 10 Oalul Sug. Co,
3i;.37H; S2000 Hllo Hy. i:x. Ga, $97:
40 Hon. II & M. Co, $17; n5 Ilonokna.
$21 23; 133 Honokiil. 121.23; C3 Kwa,
31; 30 i:wn $31 Session: 7 Oahu
Rug Co. J3C25; 7 Oahu Sug. Co.,
Ulildendu April 15, Ityo: Walalua,
73c sluro, 7 1
P. 0. Bex 431 135 Merchant St.
Phones G02 and 13G7
Costs less than a cent and a half
voiir iewelrv and vour keen-
' ,' . . 1 ' ' Eakcs while vou have them toaior-
, Ground Floor Offering1 row may be t0 1Me- -
They will be absolutely teoure in
1 Only a FEW MONTHS AGO WE ' oar
OFFERED ,our clients SHARES of' - .... ,.
ILLINOIS CRUDE Oil at 25c each, flfp RpnAClt VllltC
which are now paying 1 PER JfllC U.JUjII ? OUH3
iuuiij.ii on ner par vaiue, anil
those who acted-upon our advice are
n6w receiving DIVIDENDS OF 4
p:r montn upon tneir investment.,
Illinois Crude is now SELLING AT
Now we are offering you shares 0! 1
the JEWELL OIL CO. at the original'
GROUND-FLOOB-rOFFERING at 30o'
vEACH, and we are. confident that- in'
a short time Jewell stock will be
SF.T.T.lWfl AT fi(V PP.PIRWATir. The,
rocaTdTan-dferN 1 Tl'USt CO., ;Ltd.
OIL WELLS have already been drill-1 ' 923 Fort Street
ed and are PRODUCING, OIL ,T0- ,
DA". The company is connected 1
with the Independent Producers. The '
stock is to be listed. We suggest
that if you care to make an ,in-
vestment that will INCREASE INi
VALUE RAPIDLY during the next
few months,, that promises to pay
nc-m ' lo 10 on your money,!
that 'you call at once at our Hono-
lulir office and SECURE YOUR t ,. ,..,.,,.
SHARES. ' Kcar carlme, beautiful situation,
You must not delay,, or, jou will Kalihi SNAPPY BUNGALOW, with
Latett sugar quotation 4.24 cents or
$84X0 per ton.
YOU WANT IS THIS:
Sugar, -4 24 cts.
- Beets, 14s
iatr tiibhke 1H6I a.
wemmrt Honolulu btasK mo Bohp
FORT AND MERCHANT 8.T8.
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
048 KAAHUMANU STREET
for5 the Society
Vaudeville to be given at the Empire
Theater for the benefit of the trans
Pacific yacht race.
I-'rederic I.. Moning, M U. physician
nnd 'Burgeon, liaa opened o!lli es at 270
Uoretnula ptreet. , Olllce hours 11-1
3-5. mid 7-8.
Hcgal shoes offer 'ho lery.heit value
In footwertr. If you wnnt to maku
jour money go farthest huy Itegals.
Hcgal Shoo Store, corner King and
The Hotel Majestic Is tho most con
venlcntly situated morning hotel In
tho city. Ilooms hy the day. week or
month. Corner Kort and Ileretanla
Now lt the time to order n case of
Cocn Cola. It Is tho mo-U delicious
lipveraRe.piit up and Is thirty for homo
delivery. Order from Hawaiian Soda
WorkB. phono 51C.
nentloiueii can Imo their collan
nnd dro'i shirts neatly laundered at
the Trench Laundry on llcro'nnla
slieet Phonp 1491 mil wagon will
call for tho garments.
You luno had n sample of tho dell
elf 11s Parndlso Solas. Don't forgot to
rail for them when )on order from tho
K-ocr. Accept no Inferior suhstltute.
All gtoccr Rcll them.
llnmatchalilu values nt Sachs Dry
(tends Co. for Mond.i Tuesday anil
Wednesday. Koto the spectnls In
Sachs' nd In his Istuo and then conio
to the 8 oro prepared to buy.
It h understood that the Hllo rail
tu.ul depot to bo erected on tho Bite of
tho postofllcp lll bo 125 by SO feet
and u lining companion to-the now
Hnckfcld building Just upiiosl e.
Indictments wcro returned by tho
Terrltoilal Qrand Jury jestcrday
against Wong Chow, Wong I.oek mid
Ah Sing, charged with nn assault with
i deadly weapon.
Call n. the shoW rooms nnd get
twenty-fWe Grf.cn Stamps free. Kvery
thing In tho show room Is free fo."
Green Stamps. Call today or any day.
llerclunla oppoalto Flro Station.
Mrs. H. II, Williams received a
cable from her husband this morning,
with the news of tho death of his fath
er, C. K William. In San Francisco.
Mr. Williams was formerly nn old res
ident or Honolulu
l.ndlos who are looking for beauti
ful millinery hhniild pay their first
lslt to the parlor of Miss Power, sec
ond floor ot (ho noston building. Kort
mieet. Misa rower ih Honolulu s un
disputed millinery loader.
Tho annual meeting of the Y. M. C.
A. will be held on Thursday evening,
April 28, at 8 o'clock. A nominating
committee composed of Harold Dil
lingham, C. II. Atherton and It. J.
Pratt hnsbcen appointed.
A picture of tho Harvard Yard has
been .presented to tho McKlnlcy High
School by the Harvard Alumni Club of
this city. Tho presentation was mad
jostcrday by It. S, Hosmcr and W. It.
Custlo of the Harvard Club,
J. A. Kennedy, general manager of
tlii Inter-Island Htemn Navigation
Company who submitted to nn opera
tion nt tho Queen's II03plt.1l about two
weeks ago Is reported ns doing finely
and Is expected to bo out of the insti
tution within a few days.
Tho Auto I.hory Co. Phone fl is now
under tho management of Qiilnn, He!i
and Quinn, cloven flrfctclnss 7-sentcd
cars; Packnrds, ThomaB-Fbers, etc.
Ilound tho Island trips a specialty,
passcngera, I1UG0. Best city ser
vice. Hemcniber, there Is only one Water
m.in'8 Ideal fountain pen mado by U.
K. Wa'crninn & Co., nnd It Is never
.old nt n discount. Wo carry a full
stock and at New Yoik, prices. Wo
also ropair fountain psns and guarin
ted. our work. A. 11. Arlelgh & Co.,
Among the arrivals on the transport
Sherman was a, P. Uoaumont, city
editor or the Sacramento Union, ac
rompanled hy his wife, Mrs, Dean
To The Dowsett Company, Limited,
nnd to J. It. Gait, V. W. Macfar
lane, 8. 0. Wilder and C. II.
Coolie, Tour of the Trustees for
holders of bonds Issued In pur
suance of and secured by that
rurtuln Deed of Trust, dated
September 29, 1903, mid ol rec
ord la Liber 251 on pages 301
328 of the Hawaiian Ucglstry
of Conveyance!!, and to the
holders of said bonds.
I, the undersigned, Alfred W. Car
ter, cf Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, the person named 111 nnd ap
pointed as trustee under tho said
Deed of TriiBt, dated September 29,
1903. finrpliv reslcn niv omco nsBUCIi
I truslee binder the said Deed ot
Tdust, tti take effect on the lCth day
of April, 1910.
Dated. Honolulu, April 1C, 1910.
(Sgd.) AM'KUD W, CAUTEIt.
4B95 Apr. 10, 20, 23, 27.
I - w
This itiornlng nt 8 o'clock a' Jipin-1
esi named Hase, who Is emplovel as1
a sailor on the Inter-Inland steimer
Iwnlaul, met with n suveru nrcldent
Ihrough being s'ruck hy n sling of
sugar which was being hoisted out of
The unfortunato man's ankle wn
Kiinpp"d llko a pleco of glas, mid h'
fell to the wharr lloor In gfeit ngony
the police patrol wagon was tele
phoned for mid the Injured nnn wjs
taken to the tj.ieen b hospital ror Irent
OU won't be satisfied with your clothes cntil yon've been
in to see the new special ficshly-crrivcd suits from
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX. Wc can't brinp; them
to you to show; inconvenient for both of Us; Ruess
.vou'll have to tome here an J see them; it would be too bad to
have even two unsatisfied pjople in town. These clothes are all
wool, and perfectly made. ,
New grays in many shad's: new blues, p'.ain and 'in pattern
weaves; new, stunninp; models' for men and younc men.
Suits, $20 to $35; Sprinj Overcoats, $20 to $30.
SUVA'S TOGGERY; LTD.
TAFT PLEADS FOR
WASHINOTON-'Prcsldent Tnrt. in
nn aililrCES to a rally of several hun
dred negroes held horo Tuesdny night
In tr lntcrest of Wllberforce Uni
versity of Ohio, made a strong plea for
university education for tho negro.
''Tho negro race Is 11 great and grow
ing race," said tho President. "At the
closo of tho war thoro were In this
country 4 000,000 negroes; today there
are 10 000,000, a raco with whose his
tory the United Stntcs hns been bound
nnd with whose progress und Improve-1
nient It ulwavs must be bound and I
"While the white peoplo rnd tho no-j
grocs live contentedly together In this
country, tho negro race 'must have!
highly educated lenders who must
come from a highly educated class.
Wo hear many criticisms of higher' ed
notion of tho negro and many say
that money spent on university cduca
t on ot the negro is wasted.
"I do iiot agree with thew critics, j
Tho negro raco must have tho highest 1
education, and the hlghei tho better'
J"or the community. The negroes nrO
very susceptible to pulpit Influence
nd their ministers, who nro thu buit
ediica'cd, can do moro than any ono
else to help uplift) tho race. Thj
Jiettcr educated tholr Industrial teat It
ers, tho much tho bettor for tho rac?."
Champion ZbyBzko needs go no
further than to challenge all comers
to wrestle with hU name. Wash
Forest Reserve Hearinp;.
Notl.'o.I hereby given that' under
the provisions of Chapter 28 of tho
Revised Luws of Hawaii, amended
by Act CG of the Session Laws ot
1805 and Act 4 of the Session Lnwsj
IT I II 111. II Till 11 I If II : I I II IT Will II
mont was Miss Hdna Gorman, daugh-l ,0i,j by t)ie Governor of tho Terrl-
ir m ni-iirjr v.uriimu ui uiu von tory and lll8 noaril o Commission
uamm-ioung company nnu lias n.crq of AVricuituro nnd Forestry on
b'i'UUKS AND BONDS
4 1 .
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HOhULuLJ STOCK AND
be too late.
E.E. R. STRAUCH
74 South Kine; St. Waity Building
Airent for J
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN 'CO.
San Francisro Chicago
"Inlei-loland mid O". IlTt L. shipping
btNiks tor- sale, nt Ilia Hullo tin
ulllco, 30c each.
large lanai and well-improved yard,
You can buy this property for half
of the value.
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780 1
Clias. R. Frazier
J1.M. 171 19? Xlnw
largo clrclo of friends on Hawaii.
Tho Kusslnn Immigrant girl who
married a Polish window cleaner now
wants a divorce stating that her hut-
Saturday, April 30, 1910, at ten
o'clock a. m In the offlco ot the
Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry,
on King street, island of Oahu, to
band has been drunk slnco the happy con8llcr tho ocflnlng of the boun
wedding day. Tho brldos plslcr was ,,... and ,ll0Vietunc anart of ccr
a caller nt Dip Capitol yesterday nnd , ,,,,. i,i i-.,Pp9,
was ndvlscd that the. dlvorco court j,e80rve , ,no District of Koolauloa,'
was 4110 oniy recourse ior mscomonieu Ulan(1 f 0ahu. , gnm0 leB ,
w ?" ' ,. . , remnant of Government lnnd nbovo
iiiue sunn mr un nhhu'M.o uinuiiiii 1 ., Piiiiiikon.Paunin'ii
or S5000 havo been filed bv Attorney L"0 . uiuKen,i uuma.u
Carl S. Smith' against tho lUIo Sugai ?,"" 'B"ier '' '
Miminnv 'fnr 1 V. nnmnlloUnn ll, ! Water lteserVCS, A, II Blld
Llko Lclnm Coffee Co., and Levi C. tract, altogether an niea of upprox-j
Lyman, Tho suits are over cano con- Imutel) 8C5 acres; to be Known nsi
tracts and nr similar 'n character to Pupiikcn Forest neserve,
C, In that
thEu Chu c a. Co
tho suit of Hny vs. tho Hllo Sugar i.
Compiny which was decided In favor
of iho plaln'lff somo tlmo ago.
W. F. ritKAIl,
Governor of Havvull.
The Capitol. Honolulu, Hawaii, '
Mnrch 31. 1910. , 4f95-H
Um Plf U fur UDu.tun
Irrlt.ilcit or ulcr.tloni
yt iituoou. jiuiubr.nM
l'mnleM, tid not utrls
gtot or )oltuiioui.
Mlil h IlruvfUU. ,
'(mil,, .-ni rn h.ow
Consul General Mlzuno who Is re-
turning to his post In New York mi
Iho fhtvn Mnru Is being entertained
bv Consul General Uyenn today, while
theBtfainPr is In port. Thii rnturniiij;
ropresen'atlvo of Iho Kmporor of la '
pan Is one or Iho rising dlplnmntvln
Japan Ho Is nrcompunied by Mr.
, Mlzuno and family. . I
Furnished rooms for gentlemen In
private house, 759 King street.
k::ig srREET, near fort
SI a Year
A GREAT SHOWING 0F;
10 Casas of Popular-Priced Gar
ments at values far below any
thing evar attBinpbBd hai'e'T) afore.
Every Garment of Good Material
Made and Finished in Al style
Princess' Slips $1.25,
$2.00, $2:50, $3.50, $4.50
Gowns 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c,
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, to $6.50
Drawers 35c, j50,c, 75c,
$1, $1.50, $1.75, $2: to $4.50
Skirts 65c, 75c, $1, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75, $2, to $6.50
A Tremendous Variety to- select '
See Our Window Display
D5T-LADIES' FURE SILK HOSE,
Double Heel and Toe, all colors,
sizes 812 to 10 91.35 Pair