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KVENINO nULMJTTN, HONOLCLU, T. II., miDAY, JULY 29, 1910,
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b or Dress Aiairs
we offer the celebrated
Laird, Schdber & Cos
Shcres for Ladies
e Hanan .,& Company's
Shoes for Men
We have other and less expensive
shoes that are satisfactory as to
style and quality.
Get your feet ready for the reception
M'lnerny Shoe Store
Fort St., just above King
IN REAL ESTATE, IMPROVED and
UNIMPROVED; IN HONOLULU and
NEAR HONOLULU. ON THE BEACH1
and ON THE HILLS, for cash orj
If you want lo rent your place or
somcuoay cisc s place
0 R '
Borrow or loan money,
Pratt, the Land Man
125 MERQHANT STREET
Make your future
secure by a sav
ings account in
We pay 4Vi interest,
compounded twice annually,
Bank of Hawaii,Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
i P. H. BURNETTE
) Com'r. of Deeds, for Calif oroia.nni
'New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for thi
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT IT
FOWnT.TIT.IT! PHONE STO
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
' nine no 197
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
H ENRY MAY & 0 0.
Nione 22 rt , ,
FOR YOUR.OROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
3-95 King Street, near Maunakea
Phone 291 DailfDeTivery
2JSJTBULLETIN ADS PAY-TJJK
n WHEN IN NEED OF
' of" any" description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. Q. GUILD Manager
Per Cent Profit
That is what you arc looking for
on your .
Our knowledge of financial condi.
tions will bring you that result, if it
Stock and Bond Dept.
923 FORT STREET
JiEAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 603. 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
OIL MAP FR
We ara giving away free to
those answering this advertise
ment before July 31st, a map or
all tlio California all fields; also
a freo subscription to ojr trade
Journal, "California Oil Holds."
Sngnr-Loomls Co., 833, 834, 835
I'holan Uldg., Sau Tranclsco,
185 editorial room, 250 buil
nets office, These aro the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Slocks and Bonds
Bouqht and Sold
' 307 JTJDD BUILDINQ
Telephone 480 P. 0. Box 607
Stock and Bond Broker,
M lOtitOHANT IT.
rnnwr nit p o box sir
Honolulu SiocK Exchange
frldr.y, July 2D
NAME OF STOCK.
C. flrwcr Cti
Bwa t'lantutliif Co
Hawaiian Agrlt 0-'. .. ..'
Haw. Com, ft ug. Co. , ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Itonokna Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
llntchli.ro'ti 8iigar Plant. ,
Kahuku rfmitiillon Co ...
Kukaha Sug tr Cfl
Kqloa Sugar Co
Mcllrydy Bugs' Co ... ,
0 ih.il Hugar Co
On ine3 Hugar Co
oi.'t Sugar Cc. Ltd
I'H.iuhau Stirfar Plant. Co.
n.elllc Sugar Mill .'
I'ala Plantation Co
Prpeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Hill Co
Wiila'ua Agr'ic Co
Wtdluku Sugar Co.
Wulmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. ..
Inter-Island Htaara N. Co.
Hawaiian Rlectrlc Co, . , .
non..T.&L Co..Pref. .
Hon. It. T. & Xj Co. Com. .
Mntunl Tclephunu Co. . . .
Nahlku rtuboct Co.,
Nahjku lltibboi' Co . Ass. .
mio it. n. Co, pfd
iiiioii. rt.co. .,
Tanjong Olok II. Co. Dd up
do do ass. 65 p
Haw.Tar.4X iFlroCl.) ..
Cal. Beet Bug. A Ilef. Co. 6
Hamakiia Ditch Co ,
Upper TJItch 6s
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6a
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 17.
Hllo IT. II, Co.. Issue 100
Hllo It. n. Co.. Con. B ...
Honokaa Sugut Co.(iJ ..
Hon. n. T. & U Co. C ...
Karat Ity. Co.
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McDryde 8uga Co. fit ...
Oahu n. & b. Co. 5Y
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co 6
Pac. 8ug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
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101 l'3 I02X
SAI.i:S Hctwccn Hoards: 39 Mc
nrilo. 16.25; 35 .Mcllryilc, 6.25; ICO
Olua, B25: 50 Hon. II & M. Co,
J22'f; 30 Oalm Sug. Co.. 3I.0S'i;
20 Hon II, & M. Co., (22.12H.
SChKlon Snk's: 100 Honokaa,
$18.12j; 50 Ilonolcan, (18 25; 25 Ho
nokaa. 11825; fturjO Walalu.1 5n,
$101.75; 15 Mcllodo. JC.37'0; 5 Hon.
II. & M. Co, $22.25-.
Latest sugar quotation 4.3S cent or
J87.20 per ton.
Sugar, 4.36 cts
Beets, 14s 8 3-4d
HENRY WATERHOUSE H'CO:
Mtmbsra Honolulu .Sta.'K nd Bono
FORT AND MeflCHANT 8T8 ,
Stock and Pond Broker .
Member ot Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street ,
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stook and Bond
848 UAAHUMANU STREET
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER 'HONOLULU BT0CK AND
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets
Local and general
A new tu'pply of the huge ntcke)
Sad i' has just' come in. Two hun
ted sheets for five cents, at the
One Two Klght OiiJ
Autos, SI per hour, Lewis SlablcR
Arctic Soda "Water lias snap to It
It goes without saying that every
thing fa llCst at The' Kucorc.
i Boated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James linker, Voting Hotel Stand
Do you want a clean co.n'iitiililu
room $1.30 or (2 week? Call 1281
Henry Walkor, tbo rice nirchanl
lias Oonntty a rold medal to the bcsl
batter oh the WnseJa team
If you want n good Job Oono on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St
For dUtllled water. Hires ttoot
ncor and all other popular drinks
ITIng up phono "L Consolidated Soda
Pay cash and ask for green stamps,
Thcy'ro free Call at the show rooms
and sco what you get frto for
Jerry Itooncy la now at the Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
No. 270. Hotel and Union streets;
Tho Wall Cup tennis entries c ose
on Saturday afternoon at the Here
tanla Club, and play will start on
Union Pacific Transfer Co. supplliM
family trndo wllh the best grades of
wood and coal nt the lowest market
priced Phonrf 58.
Tho final game In tho marine first
series was played jrstorday, when
tho lads from Company A heat the
Company C team-by a scgro of 9 to 4
Company A won the first series of
tile niarlno baseball games, and the
standing of tho teams Is as follows
Company A, .666; Company I), 500;
Compnny C, .500; Company D, 333.
Uronlngcr leads In the batting av
crages of tho Military Ilatcball
League, anil his figures arc 500.
Ahana of the Hospital Co. Is second,
with .428, and Williams of tho rnmc
team la third, with .424,
Tho weekly danco of the "Itoyal
Academy of Dancing" takes placo this
opening at tho Odd lllons Hall. In
struction 7 p, in. to 8 li. in. From 8
p. m. to 10:30 p. m. a social Is held
for members and tholr friends Mom
bcrshlp cards permitting tho holder to
Invito n friend can bo obtained nt tbo
In resiionsu to a cable just receiv
ed by Mr. Lulled, stock In I.nkovlcw
Oil Co. No. 2 will positively bo-3Q
cents per rharo artcr July 31 An
other big gurhur having como In with
in hair mlto of LakcIow No. 2. It
Is a nlnn to one proposition In jour
faor, don't neglect It. Como and seo
mo at once. J. Oswald Luttcd, next
to Convent, Fort St. Phono 690.
349,000 TONS OF
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V.w, plantation finished Its crap
last week, closing with a record of
32,39.!.32"u tons; this Includes the
sugar from Apokmi, that Is handled at
ho nwti mill
Oahu will finish Into In August and
Its crop will Im 29,360 tons.
Walalun will finish grinding about
the tlflrimth of August, and Kb crop
will probably go mrr thirty thousand
tons, but not up to thirty-two thou
sand ns Homo have figured. It Is no'
gonornlly accepted that yalaluii will
not pay tho oxtra tlireo per cent div
idend that was expected earlier In tho
season. Tho twelve per cent profit
will bo earned but thrco per cent of
this, that stockholders hud bcon ex
pecting us dividends, will bo paid out
on permanent Improvements.
Kahuku finished some tlmo ago.
Nearly all tho Maul plantations have
finished grinding, but thoro aro soma
late ones on Hawaii. Thero uro also
a few still grfii(llngon Kauai.
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sco you In Honolulu In Soptcniber,"
It Is presumed that tho action of
tho Treasury Department will bo to
Instruct the tlnltod States District At
torney to proceed with tho condemna
tion. It Is not often that vigorous con
testa aro mado against tho condem
nation of land taken over by tbo Gov
ernment for public purposes, au It Is
Usually pom.lblo to como to an ainlc
ablo understanding as to tho price,
nnd tho, tlmo reunited Is only that
consumed by llio i.Acossnry period of
advertising nnd Ifgul detail
Whethor tho way will ba as easy In
connection wth the Mahukn slto bus
IneA, remains to bv been.
The more, discussion' the
better. Truth doesn't mind
being talked about.
are discuued because they're wotlh
discuition. The blend of fine to
baccos the mouthpiece the maU
paper no wonder they're talked
10. for 10 cents
THE JOHN DOLLMAN CO, Mfrs.
(Continued from Face D'
there "as not the slightest Jjrrlng
noticeable becauso ot tho grounding,
To tliosv olTlcors who hao been with
the larger Paclflc Mall csels dur
ing tho past few years the experi
ence nt tho Japanese port was In
awry ) similar to a grounding nt
Manila of Honolulu) harbor" Cap
tain Kilt was art iiVrlcer on n liner
thdt went aground near' Manila a year
or so agi and tho jHinmllah produced
at Shlmldzu b tho accident that be
fcl th6 Mongolia, rasnut a now ix
pcrlenco to tho nfrfcrtk.
Tbo liaibor Is smi)l and one dim
cult of manlpulntlQjiVf'..tTrg& vessels.
It Is one much dreaded by the skip
pers of the big Hncr8.""Tlio vessel
had called at Slililihlui ifor n'laige
shipment of tea. This being one o'
tho principal ixirtH ,Jruii which th!i
product is shipped, ffpm, Japan.
Tho dawn of JulyJSth showed tho
true position of t'hq Mongolia. All
attempts to mow the vessel whll-i
her cargo remained' below hatches
proved unavailing. Cpplaln Kltt then
ordered lighters and beforo tho es
sel wai lightened sufficiently to re-
noamer, between thri'0nnil'foilr"liiih
drcd tons of freight had been remov
ed. The ship wns successfully re
floated on tho following Sunday and
her cargo was then reloaded. Tim
titscl proceeded to Ynkohami nnd
left that jiort, for JJqnolulu on July
Tho reports to aije(llcrff ct that tho
Mongolia bail giynaground was re
floated and then went on a mud bank
for a second nnd JhfM time uro pro
nouni ed nlisolulf ly'.QVo
According lo rill 'Statements given
this morning thtt"" Mongolia was
nshoro but once "l1'1
It Is now believed that tho Mongo
lia will not ho subjected to n survey
upon arrival at San Fninclsco. Tho
claim nas first mad'1 that this would
prow a nwonslty,
(Continued from Page 1)
clflc property, income tax, Insurance,
penalties, costs and Interest
The assessed valuation of property
In tho Territory for two years past
(Ims Increased considerably. In tho
fiscal jenr 1910 the valuation waa
(150,269,367 and In tho previous yenr
It was but $138,910,820.
lly districts tho valuation for tbo
past year wus: Ouhu, $76,494,470;
Maul, $28,071,665; Hawaii, $30,928,541,
nnd Kauai $15,774,691, showing Hint
tho valuation or property on Oahu Is
larger than on nil other Islands com
bined, Financial condition of tho Territory
Is gratifying as yesterday thero was
on doposlt In tho different banks and
held In tho treasury $1,125,548 80.
Thero has been paid In tho Coun
ties from the Treasury $140,086,10 for
road tax and' In addition each Coun
ty has received tho following. County
of Honolulu $502,519.56, County of Ha
waii $215,469 09, County of Maul $190,
316.43 and County of Kauai $111',192.
Koiia Tob.Kco Company has" ln
cic.itcd Its capital stock from' $50,-
000 to $75,000, papers having been'
filed with Treasurer Coukllug-to this
The Increase Is made at this time
for further dcu'lopmont work on the
prnport) ' .
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 1
Boys' Wash Suits
NEW LOT of
and plain, in handsome striped percale
linen, duckf pique, etc. The swe'llest lot
we have yet carried.
Mothers and Fathers .should see these
Iron Where It's Cool
ALL THE DISCOMFORTS OF IRONING VANISH BE
FORE The Electric Iron
it is as Essential in the modern home as
TELEPHONE 300 AND OUR SOLICITOR WILL CALL.
The "Grabowsky Truck"
1, iyi, 2 AND 3 TONS
The result of inaccesi.ble power plant it neglect. The
quick detachable power plant is a decided innovation in
commercial can. The removal of engine and transmission
is a one-man operation, and requires but a very few minutes.
' HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
", i V. M, MINTONrMRT. .
. , ..Office 870 South Street. Near Corner of King.Strrct.
3 Days Only
BogiuninK MONDAY, Aug. 1st
FULL PARTICULARS, SATURDAY'S BULLETIN
nobby little suits in
King near Fort
Electric Co., Ltd. .