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BVENHTO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., V.EDNHDAy, APR. ?T, 1910
This Is The Weather
: tiiat'ls Hard On '
WE arc prepared for
t I-.ndifc rntv hiv
Ladies caiv have their shoes
dressed in this store in' the sanie pri
vacy they enjoy at hortc.
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Fort St., just aWve King
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Hands
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 480 P. 0. Box C07
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stock and Bond Broker,
B3 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE B12. P. 0. BOX 688.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wctlrieiulay, April 27.
The Warm Weather
will soon be with us, and you will
want a change to the
I can show you some choice loca
tions. i '
Make Your Choice Now
J. W. Pratt
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones G02 and 1367 '
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Poit and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
Templor Ranch Oil Co.
Fortunes have been made recently
in California oil by investors, who
have had the courage of their con
victions. To those familiar with the
property of the Templor Ranch Oil
Co., this stock has always been re
garded as a splendid investment for
On account of the large acreage
controlled by the company, great in
crease in production that can be ob
tained at small cost, the prospects
are particularly bright for these
It must be borne in mind that the
present production is from only a
very small portion of the property,
With one well to each three acres,
there is room on the Templor Ranch
property for at least 166 wells and a
production that will enable the com
pany to -pay large dividends.'
Those who contemplate buying
Templcr Ranch Oil shares should at
once secure the shares in anticipa
tion cf an early rise in pricewhile I
..111 -..!. .!. nl At .ani
llin 31111 0Ucnil llicui at ra huh
' BUY TEMPLOR. AT 40 CENTS
P. 'E. II. STRAUCH
74 South King St. Waity Building
LINCOLN MORTGAOE & LOAN CO,
Son Francisco Chicago
That Will of
YOU KNOW THE PARTICULAR
NEEDS OF THE DIFFERENT MEM
BERS OF YOUR FAMILY. THEN
WHY ALLOW THE LAW TO STEP
IN WHEN YOU CAN DO THIS BY
MAKING A WILLI WE CAN AT
TEND TO THE DETAILS.
NAME OK STOCIC
C. Slower A Cu.
Kwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. & ng. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar OJ
i llnuomu Hugo." co
Honoknu Sugar Co
1 Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar PI int. ,
I Kdliuku Plantation Co. ...
Kbkaha Gugar Co
Kolon Sugar Co
Mcilrjde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Cu
Oaomea Sugar Co
Onkala Sug&r Co. . .-.
Pnnimau Bugj- Plant. Co.
P.miuo Sugar Mill
P.-.I" Plnntallon Co
P' i-ukeo Sugar Co
Plover Mill Co
Wnlu'ua Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sueur Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. n. T. & L Co.. X'ref. ,
Hon. 11. T. It 1. Co Com.
Mutual Telephone) Co. . ..
Nahlku lluboer Co.,
Nalilku Ilubbcr Co.. Ann. .
Oahu It. & I Co
Hllo It. R. Co.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Haw. Tor. 4 fRreCl.J .
Cal. ncet Sug. & llcf. Co. C Uo
Haiku Sugar Co. qx v....
Hnnmktii Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw. lrr. Co:. 6s 4G I'J. .
Haw. lrrgtu. Co., Oh ,
Haw. Com. & Sug.Co. 5
Hllo K. II. Co., Issuu 110
Hllo it. It. Co., Con 0 ...
Houokaa Sugui Co.. 6 ..
Hon. It. T. & U Co. C ...
Kauai Py. Co. Cs
McDrydo Sugar CiT. G ...
Oahu n. & L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar On. 5
Olaa Piigar Co 6 ,
I'acSug. Mill Co. 6a
Pala Plantatlnn Co
Pioneer Mill Co. tl
Walalun Agrlc. Co. 6 ...
71 1 -a
Sales Uctwccn Hoaida: 50 Kwa,
$31.75; ISO r.wn, $31.75: 140 Olaa,
J5.2C! 185 Oahu Sug. Co., $30.1214;
$1000 Hllo Hy. Hx. G $98. Session:
5 Olaa, $0; 5 Oahu Sug. Co., 30.12V4:
110 Mut. Tel. Co.. $12.60: R Milt. Tel.
Co.. $12.50: 50 Haw. C. & H. Co.,
$42.25; 10 Honokaa,, 120.25; 50 Olaa.
Latest tunar quotation 4.30 cents or
$86.00 per ton.
. Xavid Dayton
Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences' on Beretania Street,
nnd other property.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
House and Lot
Beets, 14s 4d
Mimnr Honolulu oloch id 'b?,v
TORT ANO MEhuMANT iT8.
Stock 'and Bond Broker,
Mcujuur of Honolulu Stock anil
Ho nil r.xclln'ngH
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
' A new supply of ihe huge nickel
pads has just come in. Two hun
dred sheets for five cents, at the
Aii'os, $t per hour I.ewla' Slalilca
I' I.. Honga left hy the Slerrn fm
the roast today.
Mrs. Davison, fashionable ilrestmak
cr. Hooith 71-72 Young building
Italph I.yon nnd Mrn. I.jon were
passungcrA to San I'mijclnco b Itio
Blorrn this morning.
Wllllnni Savldgo i.nil MlfH Si vllir
departPil for u innluland trlLikl the
Sierra IIiIh morning.
Mrs. T. n. Wall nnd child left for
San Kraliclsca by tfro Oceanic steam
ship Slerrn thti inorilng.
V. C. I'nrke, n Fedornl cnglntor ile
par ted for San Kranclscn this morning
by tho steamer Wllhdmlna.
Mrs. J. Cunha was among Hip ia
Hengers who Balled for tho malnlan I
by tho Sierra thin inorAtnt
HtpiI Ij. Waldron,' accompanied by
MrB. Waldron, departed for tho coast
bv the Wllhelmlna this mornln-
Phono G mid nsk for Manuel Hlcharl ;
when you wnnt an nntomobllo. Seven I
seated Chalmcrs-Delrolt Into model
Oeorgo II. Angus und Mrs. Angm
left for the coast by tho Matsnn Nav 1
Igatlon liner wllhelmlna lliis morn
Mrs. r Klamp was anions thu man I
passengirs sailing llilu mniii ng by
tho steamer Wllhclmlnn for San I "ran
Try n ensn of our nssorled R)dn
always frcHh nnd sparkling.. Pure dis
tilled water nt Consolidated Sni.i Wa
ter 'Works. Telephone 71.
Final nrrnngements lu regard to tho
Plwl lands will soon bo .made by Dep
uty Land Commissioner Tucker, who
departed for Kauni jfcstordny for that
Marshall O. Taylo 11 pical news
paperman, has departed fcr the coast
by tho hark Andrew Weleh. Tajlor
will resume journalism 111 southern
Tho Territory has now tho leano of
the Hrener building, tho $"000 bilancc
halng been pjld yextorda? by llin Dc
partment or Public Works. t Tho build
Inn will bo lorn down.
Mrs R. M. Marshall will offer for
sale a choice collection of 'fcrnti nt the
residence of Mrs. Vmf DraV, 1D2C, S.
King street, on Thursday; Friday and
Saturday of this week. ,
William C. I.on of tho P.-own k
I.) on Company departed fo San Krn'i
cIsco this morning. Mr,"Uon will be
absent ;oornl weeks nnd w II Join
Mrs. I.yon 011 tho coast. 1
Tho American Steam laundry Is aW
tho term Impllos. Best nanltulloii c
ccllcuce of work -reasonable rates
prompt delivery. Phono onler to 503
Laundry at 1382 Ullha street.
Passengers for San Francisco by
tho Wllhelmlna this morning Included
Dr. and Mrs. Dcattlo, P. llruhn, Mrs.
O. P. Castle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Far
well and Mr. und Mis. H. O. Hall.
Call a", the show looms and get
twenty-lWe Orion Siami s frco. Every
thing" In tho show room Is rrco fo.
Orecn Stamps. Call tixlay or any day.
Bcietanln opposite Fire Station.
Keowana, administratrix of tho es
tate of Keka, deceared, In n petition
filed today, moves that tho account of
tho guardian of Keka, or tho report of
M. T. Slmonton, master, bo approved.
Tho Daughters of Hawaii will hold
their annual meeting at tho residence
of Itcgent Mrs. 11. F. Dillingham, cor
ner' Punahou nnd Ilerctanla streets,
on Friday, April 20, from four to six
Among U10 passengers departing for
San FrancbCo by tb'e Slum, nt 10
o'clock this moraine was J O. Drown,
O. A. Ilruna, Allen Herbert, Mrs. Her
bert. P. Owens, K. W. Stark, Mrs.
Poultncy Illgelow, tho famous writer
and correspondent vho has been
snendlng sovoral weeks at Honolulu
en route fiom the Orient, tailed for
San Francisco by tho Wllhclml.ia this
Further argum;nts In tho damage
suit of Itobenbcra vs. 1 lioniTson in re
Km it to tho pani"5iit for ce-taln Junk
sold by tho former to tho latter, will
bo heard by Judg-j Whitney Monday
The further argument woro called
forth by a point made this morning In
which tho responsibility for decroas
lng the damages ns iniieli na posslblo
wus brought up. Decliion was to have
been given at 0 o'clock today.
Piofeseor Donaghho staled that una
of tho best vIowh of tho comet had
yet wna early this morning when all
conditions were favorable. Ofto oven-
inn last week tho observatory wai
M 11,1 MUMMMaWI. "
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GOOD many people sec your
buck, and you ivant your clothes
to look as well from thai point
of view as from any other. If we put
Hart Schaffher & Marx
clothes you can be comfortable about
from all directions;
right in every particular.
SUITS $20 to $35
OVERCOATS $20 TO $30
This store is the home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx
SUVA'S TOGGERY, LTD.
Copf rlM Han ScUrTftrf Jt
KINO STREET, NEAR FORT
PROHIBITION ON MAUI.
(Special to the Bulletin). '
WAIMJUU. MnuiT April 2'J. At
the convention of thn Hnwallnn
Kvnngt-l Ml As30clatlou Jndd lu Will
hcc. Inst March, It w.ih lewiheil that
the urlotiH iliurehes carry 011 the
prohlLllloii work under the terms of
tho resolution pasted by Congress aiid
flgned by President 'Tuft the other
day Next Wednesday evening, April
27th. ut 7 o'clock at Knahutimmi
thurch In Whllukii, tho llrst gun for
prohibition will bu fired. .1. K. Ka
linohclp, Iteeordll.g Secretary nf the
Kuahiiimiim C. i:. ItnH written to Hev.
M. K Nnhullia, who" has ihargo of
the piohlbltlon work In llonoluln, for
plans of attack on tho fortresses of
liquor intorejts In Ihe Territory.
Judge J, W, Knlua, Survejor J. K.
Kahooke'.o, ltov. I.. II. Knumchclwa,
Hui.erllltendelit of C 1J..I'. N. Kaho-
ktiolun.i, mid others win take up inn
work In earnest on Maul and If the
battlements of the liquor Interistx
liaiu will not crumble to pieces nt
tho appron 1i of these giants In tills
good work, no, other agents coujd
Miccessfiilly fight Uie good light.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 253
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
It will nay you to look at
this machine. We'll be pleas
ed to have one at your office
Hawaiian News Co.,
TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITERS 1 !
Repajred, denned, and made at
good as new. All work guaranteed.
1 Ring up Telephone 16 and we will
do the. rest. .
Blank Books and
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Just Arrived at '
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel, Opposite Union
Book! Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Yonne .Bid if.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by Hie II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. - 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
Bulletin Business. Qffice Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LARGE TRACT OF LAND
off tUSO STREET, above Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence. Nice Manie
nie lawn: some fruit trees. 8n car
line. In walking distance to Post
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS v
Members Honolulu .Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
' . limited
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK 'AND
Com'r.-' of Ueeds for California mid
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC j.
Grant Marriage Licenses Drawl
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts, 70 MERCHANT 8T
wrwnT.TTT.TT- PHONF 310
Inter-Hland and O. n. & I., shipping
books for aa!o at tho Dulletln
offlco. COc each.
packed with vlsliom cagor to get
The Auto I.lvcry Co. Phone 0, Is now
under tho management of Qulnn, Uo'.i
and Qulnn, cloven first class 7-seatod
cars; Packard. Thomas-nycrs, etc.
Hound tho Island trips a specialty, t,
nasscngers. sto.00. lieni city sen
Tho condition of Alexander Young
Is icportcd to bo much Improved and
tho doctora oxpect that ho will bo out.
In n llttlo whllo. Although qulto weak
jet from tho shock ho Is getting
stronger every day. Monday nnd
Tuesday Ir. Young left 1iIb Iiq.I and
enjoyed a chair for a whllo, '
-Dlck" Stead, a halladlst and slngor
who has been delighting Honolulu nu
dlcncea ct several playhouses during
ihn nast four months, closed a very
successful Bo.iBon anl left today for
Ran Francisco In- the O'canlc steam
er Sierra. Stead vlll conn?ct with one
of tho large vaudovlllo clt:ults on tt-o
Thn caso of Mary Chnrman and
Moses Miller, nlalntlffs ngalns-. Wil
liam Chnrman on account of a quiet
tltlo to certain land In Koloa, Kauai, I
has been placed on tho caienuar 01
tiro Supremo Court. Mary Charnian
u ihn widow of Oeorco Charm in and
Claims that during her Hf5 the Itio to
a tract of land comprising 10 800
snnnro fet In Koloa Is hcr's. and that
nftor her doath tho land goes to Mosoa
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