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RVCNLfQ nULI.CTlN, HONOLULU. T. It. SATURDAY, APfl. 23, 1910.
T17E arc oflcring si lot of Slippers
and Hoots for Ladies for a
Dollar a Pair. Cnc of our windows
is filled with them. It will he worth
while for you to examine; there
be. a pair 01 your si'e in the
Every .pair is a, bargain.
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Fort St.. jvst nliovo King
The Warm Weather
will soon be with us,nnd you will
want a change to the
I can show you some choice loca-
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones 602 and 1007
Buy California Oil Stocks
It would PAY YOU to look into
tho CALIFORNIA OIL INDUSTRY
and' study the wonderful opportuni
ties to make BIG MONEY for the
RICK cs well as the POOR.
Ask for "OIL BOOKS" which arc
delivered weekly FREE OF CHARGE
upon request. When -you BUY OIL
SHARES RECOMMENDED bv tho
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO'
yoa nic sure that NO MISREPRE-I
SENTATIONS are made. Our clients I
nri malt inn Bin MONEY out of their
oil shares bought through us, why
Vc recommend that you BUY AT,
ONCE , .
TEMFLOR RANCH OIL ot..40c.
JEWELL OIL at 40c.
P. E. 11. STItAUCH
74 3outh King St. Wuity Building
. Agent for
,IINC0LN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
Snn Francisco Chicago
Real Estate, Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
.. Residences on Beretania Street,
and other properly.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
PI10T10 553 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
4 1 tTauntibllt.
Ootn'r. of Desds for Collfomia uid
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages, Drrds Bills of Sale
Lcjscs. Wills, Etc Attorney for th
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST
Fn"OT,IIT.TI: PTMVF 110
-n..ll,.iln Ttiiflnriii OfTIfe Phone 25G
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD!
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD
We will issue you a bond covering
your duties as Executor, Adminis
trator Trustee, Guardian, Receiver,
Assignee, or in Attachment Cases,
As an officer or employe of any
corporation, mercantile establish
ment or fraternal society, or as a
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
House and Lot
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
A Rare Opportunity
...-mrv riTinv ittjapt nr t urn1 ""Enr navu roached tho markets. Tho
- tb11H1oA,H:JIlA,CTOU'ANI,ll,'"an,o, M: 4i.4inrtons, is still
'.off LUS0 .STREET, above Mormon' afloat.
church, containing uu.uuu buUAUb)
FEET, for a residence. Nice Manic-
nie lawn: some fruit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S? King Street
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and BonJs
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 489 P. 0. Box "Ml
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT SI. '
PHONF, fllS. P. 0. BOX 518
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, April 23.
NAMK OK BTOCIC
ML'ltOANTILH 111.1 Ask,!
U. urowcr .. Co
Hwa Plantation Co. ......
Hawaiian Agrlo. Co
llaw.Com. i tug. C
Hawaiian Sugar 0.1. ...,.
'Hennmu Sugu Co
Honpknn Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ... ....
Ilutrlilnwn Hiignr PI tut.
Knhiilul Plntl.Ulon C11. ..
Kt kclia Cngar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllryde Sagtr Co.
O.ihu Sugar Co
Onnmcn tngaf Co
Olnn Bugar Cc. Ltd
1.12 I -2
Pn-iuliHii Hupi Plant. Co
I'aolllc HiiKr Mill ,
Pala Plantation C
Popcolii'o ijucar C
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlu'tit Atfrln Co. ......
Woltn iniilo Sug.irCo ...
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. .,
Inter Island Steam N Co.
Hawaiian KlcrtrloCo. ...
Hon. n.T.AL Co.pruf,
Hou. K.T. & I. Co Com.
a'' 1 2
Mutual Telephone Co. .. ilia 12J
iNKiiiKU ituuucr Co..
Nahlku rtubbor Co.. Ahs.
Oaliu II. Ac I. Co
Hon.B.&M Co ,
Hawaiian I'ltiu.ipplH Co.
147 1 3
Hnw.Tir. 4 iKIreCI)
Haw. 'for. 4
Huw.Ter. 4 X,
Haw. Tor. .ViX
Cal.llcet Sue. & llof.Co. 1,
Haiku Sugar Co. G ....
Hamakua. Pitch Co..
Upper Ditch (,b
Haw. Irr.Cc.,(is45'Xpd. .
(law, IrrBtn. Co.. 6a . ....
Haw. Com. fi Sue. C0.&X lo. 1-2
Hlln It. It, Co., Issue 190 . ico
Hllnn.n Co, Con .., ')7!i
ucooKna fiiipni Co.0 . A 10)
Hon. u. T. & 1. Co. 83, ..
KjiihI I'y. Co. 1a
Kohnld nilcli Co ex,....
J MCDrde Sugar Co Cs... oni-Jf
UttllH l. .!.. UO. BX 02
uunu sugar 'Ju. OX ..
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 ...
Pac. Sine. Mill Co. fls.
Pala Plantation Co. . ,
Pioneer Mill Co. 6X .,
WalaluaAgrlc.Co.B?: ... !i'
Sales llctwet'ti Noanln: $2000 Mr
Hrjilo Oh. $09; 100 Hon. II. & M. Co..
110; 13 Hon. II. & M. Co., SK; 1C
Walalun, S13ii; B'Mut. Tel. Co. $12.60.
Session: G Mcl)rc!e, $".75; 25 Olaa.
SP0; 23 Kwn, $31C2Vj: 5 T.wa
$3IG2',4; 10 Moliiydu, $5,50. '
Latest suoar quotation 4.30 eonti or
$86 00 per ton.
Beets, 14s 5d
lEIH WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
vrnors Honolulu BtocK tnd Bom-
FORT ANU VEKCHANT 8T8.
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
b'JLUUKb AND UONDb
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
SUGAR FACTORS CO.
The total amount of sugar shinned
by tho Sugar Factors Co.. Ltd.. since
nannnilint. 1 1000 Id K.f. Ifin .... n..
Of this amount 151,000 net tons or
or theBo 195400 net tons of sugar,
118,200 tons have been shipped by tho
Arori lean Haw niinn Btcmnshlp Com
- 1 1"'" for '' Vat 85oo tons by capo,
j Horn, and tlio bnlanco. 67 700 tons, for
the' Pacific, Coast markets.
Tho cHtlmnted sugar shipments
1910 are 48 380 torn).
"For Rent" cards on Hit
ihe Bulletin office
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A new supply of the huce nickel
pads has just come in. Two hun
dred sheets for five cents, at the
New gowns tlila week at Jordan',
only $1.50 each. Urown & I,) on Co,
Ltd , Young building.
Mrs. Davison, fashionable, dressmak
er. Ilooms 71-72 Young building.
7-Scttcd Auto for hire. Phono 199
JnniCH Maker. Young Hotel Stand,
Fluo copperplate engraving and
printing at Uoakbano's. Fort street.
There will bu n miotlng nf Wm. Me
Klnloy lodge No. 8 K of P. thin even
I11K. Work In tho first rank.
Nearly all tho cases at tho police
station were tent oer till future
dates at tho Police Court today.
Judgo Charles V. Hart of Kauai In
on tho road to recovery after a seri
ous Illness of 11 month's duration,
A gunrdrnn's salo of Palolo proper!)
was held at the niiuk.i door of tho
Judiciary building at noon today
There nro 58 niotoi cycles reglstere I
In the City of Honolulu at present, and
moro aro being Imported eveiy diy.
Phono 6 and ask for Manuel lllcliur 1
when you want an automobile Seven
Heated Chalmers Detroit, latu model.
Whitney & Mnruli hao Just oH.noil
new spring style's lu ladles linen
waists, both tailored and embroidered.
The phslclans of Alexander Young
report thai tho patient 'Is Improving
and that ho will bo nblo to bo out lu u
A number of society people will go
down to Hnlclwa tonight to attend tho
moonlight dance at tho populnr subur
Kour nutoinoblles were registered
this morning nt tho iiollco station, and
tho stand total Is now C32 machines
Get your tickets for the Society
Vaudeville to be given at the Empire
Theater tor the benefit of the trano
Pacific yacht race.
C. II. Alton, charged with larceny
In tho second degrea, has had his bill
fixed nt $100 and will hac to nppo-ir
for trial on Monday next
Tho American bieiim Laundry Is nil
tho (cm Implies. Host sinltatlnn ex
cellent!) of work ruiMinablc rales-
prompt delivery. Phono order to 603
Laundry at 1382 Llllha Btreet.
Jock MacKinnon, soon to depart for
Mexico, was the guest at a t)plcally
Scotch affair glun by his friends at
tho University club last night an 1
which lasted until tlio w'eo sma' hours.
Call n tho show looms and got
twenty-flo Green 8tnmps free. Every
thing In tho show room Is free fo.
flrten Stamps. Cull today or any day.
Bcietanla opposite Klro Station.
The Sunday School children of H13
Pnlanja Scttloment, accompanied by
their teachers, went down to Pearl
City this' morning to spend thu day.
They will return' lb tho afternoon by a
Tho cantata tho "Kntydlds" Satur
day eenlns-nt 8 o'clock, at Knmehn
niehn School for fllrls Is for the bene
fit of tho Kamchaiuehn Alumnae Loan
Kund. 'ImlsHlon 50c. Tickets on salo
nt Wall, Nlrhols Co., King street.
Hon. and Mrs. II. M. Knnlho will
gho a birthday luau at Iflcir homo on
Sorcno lane next Jlonday In comment
orn'lon of the blrtli of their grandchild.
Tho luau will bo ready for the guest
from 11 o'clock, In tho morning until
into in too afternoon.
Articles of Incorporation hate lieei
filed by tho Walplo Pineapple Com
Mnnager Cooner of tho Clarion
leaves on tho Juno trln of tho Wll
hclmina for a short business trip. Mr.
Cooper has mado a great success of
tho Clarion since ho took chargo and
finds that he must replenish his stock
cntllor than ho had anticipated.
The Auto Livery Co. Phono 6, Is now
under tho management of Qulnn U(i!s
and Qulnn, eleven first class 7-scatcd
cars; Packards, Thomas-Flyers, etc.
Hound tho Island trips a specialty, 1
passengers, $10,00. licet city son
Tho regular monthly Kngllsh ser
vice will bo held ut Kaumnknplll
Church tomorrow morning nt cloven
o'clock Mr. P. W. ftlder will glvu
tho address. There will bo special
singing by the girls of tho Indurtrlal
WE HAVE WITH US
KT THE YOUNO.
Saturday, April 23.
W. Camcs. Wahlawa; Mr. nnt
Mrs. II. W. Bhlnsloj C. Crater; Mrs.
II. It. Ill van t. Kohala: Miss M. M.
Wlcht. O. (Ilbb. Olowalu: C. S. Smith,
pany. The Incorporators aro Japan- . ,"',, , ,,, Minnnviitn-a
I.e The pnnliiil' .fork or tho com- ,iai1 ca,Bht nlong to Mlnnovlllos
eVT;,by,Ha;.BU1,C&,Cot,earn?, "r01, charge ("'"laVcen? TZ'S
Hllo; A. Horner. Kukalau: 8. Pirker.,
Jr.; A. Mnscoo, Kobala; W. II, Oreen-'
well, Kona. I
Saturday, April 23.
Mr, and Mrs. C. Schusstcr. Schodeld
Ilnrracks; T. McLeod; A. M. Ltnd3oy,
Houokaa; A. Lindsay, Hllo.
A St. Lpuls paper miles thai l'K"
jlnnd'a threo social classes may
for.bo dunllcalPd In tho United Stntes
iy ,he siri0n stcakers, tho round
rt 'ea.lie'.'' ".'"' ,''u cl,uck "Pak("-B-
Krokuk (la ) Domoqrnt.
L irt. JWfaw
I flair lL5Kii
"THE WOLF" AND
"MAN OHIIE HOUR"
Tonight will bo tho last opportunity
for tho theater patrons of this city
to witness "Old Heidelberg." This
play will flulnsh up the week tonight.
Monday night Mr. Mcltno will offer
another play by Kugenc Walters. Hu
man who wrolo "Paid In Full,"-entitled
"Tho Wolf," a strong story of HfoVln
the Canadian woods. This play
Jumped Into Instant fuor when pro
duced In New York ainl Was tho tnlk
nf tho country when cntniir. A splcn-dlil-scenlc
production Ik promised an I
"Tho Wolf" Is sum to bo one of tho
pleasant memories of tbu'McIlac sea-l
for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
llio coni'rny will produce by popular
rcquett "Tho Man or tho Hour."
About 3 o'clock tills morning Super
visor Ahla was tho means of causing
tho arrest of a sneak thief, who has
been stealing bread from a Svngon
nearly otery morning. Ahla deter
mined to remain on watch noar Fort
mil School streets Inst night tfnd
ftnm 11 o'clock till 3 this morning ho
rtood In a dark spot mid waited for
the nrilval of the bread wagon.
As soon as tho wagon droOiiip an 1
the driver disappeared insldo a garden
with somo bread two oungstcrs wcro
eccii to dash across tbo street and
grab two loaves. Ahla at once ran out
and managed to grab ono of tho
j oaths, but tho second ono escaped, j
Ofllcor Mlnnevlllo happens to live
close to tho place uhcro tho robbory
lad will probably bo captured today.
Mark Twain, wir most bclmdl
American writer, has passed away.
No other writer possessed his iowor
for banishing the lines of enro mid
worry or savin? doctor's bills. All the
writings of this famous author In c II
lions from tho cheapest to tho best,
can ho had from Drown & Lon Co,
Ltd , Young building,
Search for burled gold lures throngs
to a farm In San Matio county.
Tho Piillniun roinpan) may fight
tftiHafjl nn.l Atln t ikl lltfk niliHArif
ki i-u nan itim iiMiiiioi initi, 1 uu pvvwo'i
NOTICE OF MEETING.
At a meeting of tho Btockholdors
or tho Ilonunpu ABrleultural Com
pany, Limited, bold at the otuce of
lis agents, MessrB. C. Ilrower & Com
pany, Limited, In Honolulu, on April
21, 1910, tho following officers were
elected to seivo lor the ensuing
1:, Faxon lllshop. ,?... .President
Itlchard Ivers VLo-Prcsldont
II. M. Whitney
Sccrctury and Treasurer
II, M. WHITNKY,
Secretary, Honiiapo Agricultural)
HENRY MAY & CO.
Young man wnnts room and board;
private family preferred.
P O. Ilox 689.
jTOJ don't know a man not even
yourself who is so , dressy :a id
stylish a clothes-wearer that he will
not be completely satisfied with
'Hart SchafTner &'Marx
fine suits and overcoats
The new models of this season arc particularly inter
esting. There nre many smart ideas carried out in the cut
of the garments; new, fashionable touches which give dis
tinction and gn'ace to these superior clothes.
SUITS $20 to $35 OVERCOATS $20 TO $30
This store is the home of Hart SchafTner &. Marx
SILVA'S TOGGERY, LTD.
ELXS' BUILDING KING STREET, NEAR FORT
FAMILY ORDERS FOR
WOOD and COAL
GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
QUEEN STREET -. PHONE 281
Evpress sliipmcnts;""ihis week of the .
very newest1 creations, carefully chosen
by otrr New" York -buyer.
Every Garment "we' show is distinctly
diftercnt. 'We always avoid duplicates
Beautiful Creations in Millinery
New Linen and Pongee Dresses
Elegant showing of Lingerie
The Very Latest in SilK Dresses
Summer. Weights in Coat Suits
Exclusive styles in New Waists
N Ginghams and Linen Dresses,
$1.75, $2.50, $4.50 and $6.50
Hair Turbans, all shades,
35c, 50c, and 75c
G-D Justrise Corsets - Another
shipment of these, famous
values, all shapes
75c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.00 to $3.50
Great Bargains in Muslin Underwear