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nvriNiwo iwm.et.n, Honolulu, t. h.. rnin,v. ami. 29. 1010.
This Is The Weather
That Is Hard On
TlTHi lire preparcc
' Ladies- can
dressed in this
vacy they enjoy
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Fort St., just abovo King
The Warm Weather
will soon bo with us, nnd you will
wnnt n t-linnc to the
I can show you some choice loca-l
Make Your Choice Now
J. W. Pratt
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones 002nnd 1307
Templor Ranch Oil Co.
in California Oil bV inVCStOrS. WhO
I. .. 1.-J 41. ..." 4U-;I ....
4iuyu imu nig cuuiui- ui uicir con-
victions. To those familiar with the
property of the Templor Ranch Oil
jo., mis siock nas always Dccn re
carded as a splendid investment for
On account of the large acrcngo
.controlled by the company, great in
crease in production that can be ob
tained at small cost, the prospects
aro particularly bright for 'these'
t It must be borne in mind that the
present production is from only a
very small nortion of the property,
With one well to each three acres,
there is room on the Templor Ranch
property for at least 16Q wells and a
production that will enable the com
pany to pay large dividends.
These who contemplate buying
Templor Ranch Oil shares should at
once secure 'the shares in anticipa
tion cf 'an early rise 111 price, while I
am still offering them at 40 cents'
BUY TEMPLOR AT 40 CENTS
P. E. Rt STRAUCH
( South King St. Waity Building
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
SanJ Francisco Chicago
Real. Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretania Street,
mid- other nroncrtv.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO,
Rione 533. '83 IMfchant St.
$300 tn $15,000
Bulletin Business Ofllcc Phone 2.5(1
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
for the occasion,
have their shoes
store in the same pri
nt home. '
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER &. SU1TLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
0E0. 0. OUILD Manager
That Will of
YOU KHOV THE PARTICULAR
NEEDS OF THE DIFFERENT MEM
BERS .OF YOUR FAMILY. THEN
WHY ALLOW THE LAW TO STEP
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MAKING A WILLI WE CAN AT-
irnm Tn nmp nrTino
I "tt" 4" J.11JJ VVIUUaO.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 TORT STREET
House and Lot
83 'Merchant Street Telephone 780
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LARGE TRACT OF LANB
off LUSO STREETJ above Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a" residence. Nice Manic
nic lawn; some fmit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post
office. PRICE $2000
P. E. R. STRAUCH
4 S. King Street
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bouqlit anil Sold
'307 JUDD BUILDINO
Telephone 439 P. 0. Box G07
Stock' and Bend Broker,
PHONE R18. p. 0. BOX 528.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
I'rldny, April 29.
NA,C ov STOCK.
ICwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlo. Co
Haw. Com. St c ug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sujm Co
Honolulu Sugar Co
linlkit Sugar Co ,
llutchlnnon Sugar l'l int. .
Kahtiku l'l nn tnl Ion Co. . .,
Kbkr.ha Cugir Co
Kolna Sugar Co
McDrydo Supi Co
Onhu Hugnr Co
Onomou Sugar Co
On'-iln Sugar Co
I'n.'iiliaii Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar MM
I'll i Plantation Co. ......
!' peeken Sugar Co
WiiIrIuh Agrlc Co xt jl
wmiiuku nugnruo mo
wnirnamiiiicivgar to ...
Wnlmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co. In;
uawniip.n rcicctrlcCo. ... ioo
lion. II. V. & h Co . Prcf. . lo.t
lion It. T. AS I. Co Coin. . to.J
Mutual Telephone Co. ... u
ti'iiliilin Ituliuer Co , . ...
Nnhlltu Iluhher Co.. Aa
(wh.ii It K. I Co UII-2
lllioil ltci) 41,
tlawallun PIiic.ipplu Co. . . .171
llaw.Tor. IX (Pint CI.) .. loo
iluw. Tor. mo
Haw Tor 4VjX 100
Haw.Cov't. XH, ......
Cal. rteot Bug. ft Itcf. Co. C ico
llnlku Sugar Co. 0 . . . ..
Hamnku.i Pitch Co.,
Unnc-r Dltcli Ch 101
Maw. Irr. Co.. fis i& pd. . 71 id
Haw. lrrgln.C. .C , ,.., loll-?.
Haw. Com. A-oiig. Cii. 5 1 104 '(
IllloIt.lt Co.. IftlllO I3U 100
HlloIt.lt. Co. f'on OX ...
llunokn.iSiigiu Co., G .. 10 11,'
lion. It. T. & I ., Co. G ... ofi
Kauai Vy. Co. Ca
McDrydo Sugar Co. Vd . .. .S
Oahun.Alj Co. 6 102
Olaa Pugar Co. 6 j4'4
Pnc. Bug. Mill Co. Cm ...... 10:
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co 6 102
Wnlaliia Agile. Co,5 .,. ii
Sales lletw ecu Hoards: Ii Ewa.
S3I7B, ion Mcflrjilo J.75;.l() Mr
lli do, ;ti,7ii, II Ulowalit, (ISO. Ses
sion: 40 lliiiiokaa. JL't); rt Ploncur,
2.Ti, S Pioneer, S225; f!() llonokin,
J20;, ino llnuokaa. J2(); un Honokaa.
S20; 10 Honokaa, S20; S Honokaa. J20.
Latest suoar nuotatlon 4.2i cents or
CS4.80 per ton.
Sugar, 4 24cts.
eeefs, (4s 6d
IIW IflllllllESE 1MSI.C0.
Mamotr f-iuriuluU ptnK . ,u 6omp
FOKT AMU VChv-HANT' Ale,
Stock and Bond Broker
Member" of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
STOCK ANDlBOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
' ' ' Exchange
843 AAHUMANU STREET
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOQK AND
P,' H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ud
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC:
Grant Marriage' Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Teases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for th
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST
WONOLUMI: PHONE 310
Inler-Isl.md and D, 11, & I, shipping
offlo R(ii i
salo at Iho II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii
JSgr-BULLETIN ADS PAYX2
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A nev supply of the huge nickel
pads has just come in. Two ban
drcd sheets for five ''cents, at the
Au'03, $4 per lionr IawW Hlnlilcs
Don't mlM Jonlnn'H ale or wliito
Mr a. D.ulsoli, filKhlollalilo ilroatimik
or. Iloomi 71-?2 Young building
llicrfl nro now 53f aiitoniolilli's ior
UlHCd at the Police Court and mon'
arc Htlll to como In.
MIp Wnlti, who liax liOLMi Fiondlnis
nonio tlme'on the mainland, returned to
thli citj on tho china.
Nfilul Nul, a. llawullnn who nrimuli
cd another nntlouna fined 31.1.20 by
Judge Andrade IIiIm iiiornlug.
Phunc 0 and iisll for Manuel ltlclinrd
when juti want an aittomohllo Seven
Kentoc) Chnlmcrg-Detrolt, lato model
Peter, a r.mall boy who nniaultol an
other outli, wai committed to tli.
Jincnllo Court by Judge Audrado thli
Althuugli tlioio were otih eleven
cac on the Pollco Court r.ilcml ir
tliln morning Judge. Andrado nut till
alter 11 o'clock,
Tho eililhlt for Atlantlu Clt lx kii.c
I'ou'd to airlva at New Yo' linlaj.
where Hierctary Wood will ti.imhlp
it to Atlnntlc City.
Trv n cau or our assorted M'lilm
alttayn fiesh and Eparkllng. Pun dli
tilled water at Coniiolldated S0..11 Wit' 1
tcr Workn Telenhono 71, !
Material for the extension of the I
pamlug track 1111 Hotel Ptreot nppwlt
tho Capitol wan plaed joitcrilay mid'
work started thin morning. j
Tho comet was plainly visible lliln
morning at 4:30, fading from view at 1
five minutest to five. Tiiero wna an
extreme amount of tall nhowlug I
flcorgc Peter, whn waii found guilty'
of stealing Mignr cinn from the rnne 1
field down' at Katlhl a. given 3D d.iyi
Jail thla morning for the orfenn1
A, Walorhoiii.0 and P. T, P. Water-!
house nro among tho paHsengeM 1
Inoked for Hawaii by the Inter-Ifland ,
etenmer Manna Kea, falling on next
Two ditinkx who were run In I is:
night by tho cons unit utter niendliu
a riimfnrtiihle night at tho police nti
Hon, nero eaeh fined Jl thin inumlng I
uy Juugu niiumue.
I urn iiiiiiuiiii, ,i, in iiiii,.1! i, mi
1....I 1......I...1 .. ,.n ,.. h..w.r...1 ..((I.
lolntlon of County Ordinance No. 11 . """""ry '!' "''
win defended by Senator Chllllnorllii,,-,ott. trlid to lii.lu y their coun
wbo nnked. at Ibn Pollco Court, for iiltryineii to ilro i.g.ilnst llrltlsh rulo
contlniianco till May 31.
Mra i:. Jl. Marshall will offer for
;alo a cholco collection of ferns at the
residence of Jlrx. Win. Ilniy. 1!2C, S.
King street, on Thursday, l"rlday and
Saturday of this week.-
Mr. Thos. I.00, who Is well and fav
orably known In this city, Itna pur
chasid an Interest In thtj,TAnierlcm
Steam Laundry mid will astatine Us
minagcmcut from May I. 1 '
Chll a, the allow looms and get
twculydlvo Orren Stainps frco. livuy
Uilng In (ho allow room Is freo fo.'
flreen Stamps. Call ioday or any day
Iletclnnln 'ipposltn Pirn Station.
A. M. Ilrown of the Cll' anil Coun
ty Prosecuting Attorney's olllco, ac
ciiinpanled by Mrs. Ilrown. will visit
llllo mid thyi volcano. They oxpect to
sail by tho fituniucr Mauua Kea.
lion Henry P. Kawowchl of Kons,
Hawaii was among the Incoming pan
scugcra tlilH morning on thu Muuna
1.oa. Ho will prolialily rtav hero 11
few dnja before returning to do pol
Itlca In his homo district
Jack McKaililvii. Iho well known
IlKhtwelght pugilist. Is contemplating
a trip to llllo to iimuigo for 11 llstlc
mill nt tho Hawaii metropol's. JIc
Kudden will leavo b tho Manna Kea
sailing on Tuesday morning
Deputy Sheriff .1 Koomoa of Komi,
wlio came down tlilk niorij'.ng on thu
Milium I.n.i, will call on Charles Not
Icy, tho Homo Itulo leader, to discuss
ceiinln important mailers before re
turning "to Kona next Tuesday.
Tho ciso of Jlljuku Kaw.ibo and
Kusaku Ynno, charged with violation
of tho Edmunds Act before tho Kol
prnl court, win railed lliU morning
nnd thu (Into for trial set as May in,
After setting tho dale for trial- tin)
Tho Auto l.lvory Co, Phone C in now
under the management of Qulnn, Itcii
and (Jiilnn, eleven first class 7-soated
cars; Packards, Thomhs-Kljcrs, ele.
Hound tho Island trips a specialty, ','
pasEengerB, $IU.00. Ikst illy fev
Thu annual tei of the Wo'iiiiii'a
Hoard of tho llllo Foreign church was
held last Tuesday afternoon when, tin)
following officers were elected to serve
dining thu ensuing 5 ear President.
Mrs. A. IlruhniH, Mrs. rurnoaiit, lca
presldeut; Mr. Terry, secretary, and
Mm (l.irfirnni.ii lr,..,unrip Thn retlr-
il. nioRlilnnt 'Miss Potter mado n
short mldrcHH and led In prayer, and
tciiorta wero read by Secretary Mrs.
Terry and Treasurer 'Mis. Scveraniji'
Extracts wnro rend, from the diary uf
Dr. Clma. II. Wetmoro. and tho nicot
ine ended with 'a hmn'. Tilbiino.
MDME CARKENO'S ,
,' PIANO RECITAL
The world-famed pluulslo has a beau
tiful day for her vlelt to Honolulu.
Tho Mariinui Is expected to arilvq this
afleinoon, and will prolialily leava lato
tonight, In which ease tho iccltal will
bo given at the Hotline during
ilreat Inteicnt Is everywhero ox
picssed as to tho great planlsto'a np
pcaianco heio, und muso lovota will
havo a rare treat.
MR. HODEN'S' ORGAN REClfAL.
Thursday evening next, May Ctli. has
been llxed mi tho dato of Mr Svdney
Hoben's organ recital at Central Union
church. Mr Allen White nnd oilier
sllweis will tal:o li.irt and tho luharcu
I lotls fund of tho (lunch will benefit in
mo collection, ino cnargc win uo mane
1 nt tho door.
PEOPLE OF BENGAL
Arc Causing'Much Unrest
liver Mine the partition of llun
Hindu lixtienilsts hae, by In
..... . . , . ... ., .
Iiiid lirecKilm Swaraj, or
the Indians. Ilclrg .irralit (ow.triH
liidhldua 1), hinils of young and Ir-
resiionsllile atudenlH, aided by Ul
lage loufem, under the gutdiineoand
direction of lnniiontl.il Kiibus, have
formed tliemeelvcs Into a series of pui'iisncil most scurrilous articles at
volunteer corps throughout tho' lacking tho government and Mohani-wholo-cf
lloliB.il. Owliic to Iho in- nicdans In gciwrnt. So Inllainnia-
It'll Ann. Art. li.itlvr miles, urn-'
vlded vvllli 11 license, nro not allow-'
eil In r.irrv ueaiuins. but under nrc-i '
tense of tal,lng n imlrso of phvslcal
. . .... 1 ... , .iMi.nii B.nlniipnil l,i 1
cose 01 laitiug n lourso 01 pujsirai
iilturc. Innumerali'o' Institutions1
havo sprung up whcio boxing, wiea-t
tllug in.il iiuarter-Htnff excrclsea nro
At ll.irltal, under tho Icadcrshlu
of Halm Aswiul l)ut;.i. hundreds of
lawless Joutip men h.ivo banded
themsolvca Into (ompiiules, and aro
known as the "Swadesh llandhnb
Bumltl." Harlsal Is perlups tho
only tenter vvhoio u Bsteniatlc or
ganization has been established anil
vvliero tho volume-era have ilnno tho
nicist uilsilllef. In addition In a cen
tral he.ulipiarteis, every subdivision,
everj thamt, and almost every vll
Irge la this district 'has tin oigan-
Ised band uf thcao volunteers. Tho
lendora; of tills moveriicnt visit Ihesu
biibdl villous at regular Intervals,
weekly utatements licli'K sublnltted
The Huilsal volunteers aro divided
Inio three claases riders, cjclhts
rtn'l dismounted men." They are nil
armed with bludgeons und aro so
tt allied that on a slgAal being given
iney win assemijiu uuuer iiieir ru
4pcctlve captains iin'il hold theiu
relvea In rMilliu'su fur utiy emer
gency. They have been in action
tovriil times and aro a perfect
tcoilrgc to tho district. At Kusl
pute, toino four miles fiom Harlsal,
Hindu agitators had spicnd the ru
port that aoinu Mohammedans had
attacked oifo of thelr'piekets nnd re
fined to (ompl) with' Swadeshi. ScV
etui liundreil of Iheso volunteers' ns
sombled, but thu i:iiropean magis
trate, getting wind ot thu projected
lot, lodo out nt tho licad of a strong
I l'osse of police and uftcr nun h ex
icltlig tulk and thieats of vlolontu
lujuceu tncto no cotters 10 icitirn
At l)a:ca, the members of this
movement aro known' ns tho "Dacvi
B.unltl," and oven lawjets, pfosper
hub merchants, wealthy Zemindars
pud tchool teachers nro heart and
soul with tho muvement. At y
mminlng, thu volunteers nro con
trolled by n 80lcty nanled "Sara
watu Sanmllonl," whilti at l'arlilpur,
tho "Hi HI Samltl Society" lias un
done all tho good wotk uf thoso in
opposition to Swniloshl.
Having nothing hotter to do, theso
lawless oung Hengulla outer readily
into plots and Intrigues: especially
when Mohaniniediiiis nro singled out
for attack. Some of'thesa agitators
1110 In lecclpt' ot a smnll salary and
aro really paid agonts, who enforce
thu hojeott, or, til any rate, call out
the volunteoiH when goods ot foi
olgu munufactuio nro being told In
the bazaars. 'Only icceutlv nioiriliera
of tho Dacca toutlngcnt shot andso
Veiely wounded Mr Allen, the mng
Istiule. On auolher lecent ocaslon
1111 attempt was miido tn blow up tho
train remaining Sir l.aurolol Hare,
tho Mcutunant-Uoveruor of Kastorn
VOUNG MRN who arc particular
"ab'out looking dressy- and tiiab ifr-x
cliidcs nearly all yqung men i it these
days will be glad to see our new
Hart Schaffher & Marx
clothes. Some of the new fashionsfor
11 1 I
vounir men are
the cut and finish
smart; and we
SILVA'S TOGGERY, LTD,
llcugal. Innumerable clashes wlthj
the police, Mohnmmedan nnd Iso
lated Kuropeans hno occurred, and
as each event la lauded and eulo
gized In the columns of tho vernac
ular press, the situation la fast bo-,
llengall Journalism lias of lato j
been very active. Not only lias the,
pnrtltlon of llcngnl stirred up tho
vernacular press, but the lawless be-j
liavlor of the National VolunteorB
u lonjuuellon with the Swadeshi!
nun rwaruj niovenienia, coupieu wuui
1.10 farcical meeting' of the now din-
gruntled National I ml Ian Congress.!
Iiavo canted a tremendous Incrcnse
Irt the number of such papers. That '
tho masses slintild hnvc to bn do-.
pendelit upon nnd subjected to such I
,'r'c' as einiiniitcs fiom the pons of,
luese naii-cuueaicu, uisupiiuinieii nun
mischievous native scribes Is Indeed
to be deplored.
The "Vuganlar" Is perhaps tho
"ioi virulent or nil. naving lately
"ry liavo some of these editions
'"'en that the printer and publisher,
nuiKiiniii Liuiniirn vcnnrjii, nas
."""' senienren in tno caicima ro-
-v... .... ... .
cc Court to two )C
cars rigorous lui-
prlsonment. plus n line of one Ihotn
'unn,l rn imna III ilitf i n 1 1 . ir Ii lr)i I n
rand rupees, n default of which to
suffer an additional six months In
Jill. No rooncr had sentence been
passed, when the pleader defending
the case handed in n written appli
cation from one Atul Chundor Chit-
kravartl. a mere boy, to act ns pub
lisher nrul printer of this sheet. This
tho Chief Presidency Magistrate 10
fused to agree to, on the grounds
that tho prospective publisher was u
Tho real culprits nro too coward
ly to inn Iho risk of Imprisonment
and heavy line, so Induce, boys to
accept theko positions, stating that
by so doing thoy wore not only serv
ing their country, but that they
would bo amply rewarded In - the
hereafter, Smpiithlzora and wcll
wUlicrH of these contemptible sheets
supply tho necessary Ink, paper and
u so of tho machines freo ot charge,
nnd It Is n most difficult matter to
stop tholr Issue. No sooner has u
raid been mndo upon tho ofllrea ot
these publications, tho property con
llscatcd, and tho hired boys nrreit-
ed, when other youths' are m In-
Htnlled, tho flues paid by voluntary
subscript ions nnd the Issue appears
as If nothing unusual had happei.ed.
Tho "Handhya," "Hongabusoo" and
"Navasaktl," equally seditious as ro
garda their publications, havo sev
eral lliuea been raided by the pollco.
1.0) al llengnlls, acting under In
structions from the government, are
emplo)ed to Interpret seditious arti
cles which appear from time to tlino
In tho vernacular press, and m suc-
cersful have thoso men been In ex
posing tho disgraceful Btato ot af
fairs that, when Known, thoy have
been subjected to the grossest In
sults front their fellow countrymen.
If articles of an Inflammatory un
title aie allowed to be printed and
circulated broadcast, tho rjol". vvhn
nro for tho most pait 1oh1 but
wholly illiterate, will rooncr or .
be made to realize that tho govern
ment lacks courage, and when once
that feeling has been fostorcd they
will load their aid and )iupathy to
bwell tho' .already 1 largo number of
discontents, when nothing shoit of
a call to arniB will quell this ava
lanche of fanatics,
CASTOR I A
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can promise any
of the ordinary.
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TAFT ABANDONS IDEA.
OF VI8ITING ALASKA
President, HoWever, Will Continue
Traveling Jaunts In United States.
WASIIINCTTOtf, April 1 Ono Ions
Jaunt was eliminated from the Itiner
ary of our traveling President toddy,
when It was definitely decided to aban
don tho trip to Alaska, which had
bcou planned for this Bummer.
Hut President Taft haa Journeys
aplenty ahead of him tor the next two
or tluco months. Ho will leave Wash.
Ington tomorrow afternoon for n fllng
visit to Jllllbury nnd Worcester, ilnss.
At Jllllbury ho will havu a short visit
with his aunt. Delia Horroy, and nt
Worcester ho will mako n speech be
fore a convention of railroad emplojcs.
He will get back to tho White IIoiibo
boforo noon Monday.
A six-day trip to Uuffalo, Pittsburg
and Cincinnati la on tho piogram for
tho end of this month and tho first few
da) s In May. Several short trips to
New York, a visit to Passaic. N, J.,
ami ono to Vobbi iVrry. N, Y,. nro
also planned befoio tho clnso of this
session of Congress.
When Congress adjourns. Instead of
going to Alaska, the President will
hurry to Hoerly, Mass. and will con
flno hla traveling this summer td short
trips through tho Cast, In the tall,
howover. ho will visit San Antonio,
Tdx nosr whero tho ranch of his
brother. Charles P. Taft. Is located,
Ait t!ih attention nnd adulation
has not puffed up Jlr Itnnicyclt, Ha
meets thr kings of the earth as
equals, Just the same us before.
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