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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY. SHPT 1. 1010
A GOOD UNDERSTANDING
lVsssssFv ' .sssssssfl
where you are sure of value and fair
Mclnerny Shoe Store,
Fort above King
For Sale or Lease
Two -story, mosquito-proof Cot
tage, practically now; koven rooms;
all1' modern conveniences; grounds
well planted with fruit ami foliage
trees; Rood neighborhood, mill con
venient to cars.
Small Cottage, large grounds; good
neighborhood, and conven.'ent to
l-nrgo two-story, completely-fur.
nfshed House; ery desirable In
overy respect; every convenience,
mid located In best residence section
Pratt, the Land Man
Telephone 1G02 125 Merchant St.
Stop Paying Rent
HA WAHAN REALTY CO.
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St,
(500 to $15,000
OIL MAP FREE
We aro giving away free to
those answering this advertise
ment before July 31st, a inap of
all the California oil fields; also
a free subscription to our trhde
Journal, "California Oil Fields."
Sagar-LoomlB Co., 833, 834, 83a
l'helan llldg., San Francisco,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California n
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant 'Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of fale,
Leases, Wills, Eta Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
Thz New Phone Number
L HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
HS' King Street Fish Market
tfv MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
II K N R Y MAY & 00,
FOR YOUR OROOERIEB, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO,
03-05 Kinir Btrrrt, nrar Mminikea
j'lione im D.l!y IMIvfry
is necessary to
The Best Method of
yourself with funds when
traveling is'by purchasing the
irhcsc Cheques ore accepted
at par by Hotels, Shops,
Steamship and Railroad com
panies the world over.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
lOEO. O. QUILD . Manager
Mr. Merchant, are you importing
your goods without insurance pro
If so, you are taking big chances
poor business management.
Better talk it over with us.
023 Fort Street
' MARTIN GRUNE,
REAL ESTATE A0KN0Y
l):i MddiAIlt 81. I'tlei'liono 1)760
Alfred D. Coopor
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bourjlit and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDINO
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box G07
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT STIIEET
P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday. Sept 1
NAMK OF STOCK
C. Brewer Co I... .
Ewa Plantation Co jji,
Hawaiian AErlr. O ijj$
Haw. Com. & tiug. Co. . . 40JS
Hawaiian Susir Co 42
Hcnokaa Sugar-Co ! iSJ,
Hulku Sugar Co 150
llutchlh.oii Sugar Plant. . I r'J
Kuhuku Plantation Co. ... 1 18
Kukaha Sugar Co 205
Kotuu Sugur Co , ;
McBryde Sugar Co &M
OuhuSugarCo ' .w's
Ow men Sugar Co -to
Hi u Sugar Cc. Ltd. ..... ! (
Hi walu Co,
fit luhau Biig-ar Plant. Co.
I'r-llflo Sugar Mill
i'lu Plantation Co
jpeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Witlatua Agrlc Co
Wallukti Sugar Co
Wulmaualu Sugar Co. ....
Waltnea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co
Hawaiian Klclrlc Co. . . .
Hon. It. T. & L Co.. Pref. .
Hon. K. T. ft L Co . Com. .
Mutual Teteuhunc Co. ...
Naulku liuboei Co..
Nahlku Itulibov Co.. Ass. .
Oahu R. & I. Co
Illlo it It. Co. I'M
Hon. II. fe.M.Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co ..
Tanjoug Olok It. Co. .l up
do do asu. 65 p
Hnw.Ter. 1 Hire CI.) ..
Cal. Bent Bug. & Kef. Co. C
Hannkua Ditch Co.,
Upper DItcb Cs
Haw. lrr.Co..64r, pd. ,
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Haw. Com. & Bug. Co. 5
Illlo It. It. Co., Issue 190
Illlo K. It. Co. Con. CX ..
Hnnokaa Sugui Co., 6 .
Hon. n.T.&I..Co.G ..,
Kauai Ity. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. 6s , . ,
Oahu It. 4 L. Co. 52 .....
Oahu Bugar Co. t, '. . . . .
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 X I101J;
Walalua Agrln. Co. i
SAI.HS Between Iliunls: 5 Hono
kna, J1S.50; S Honok.ia. $18.00. 5 Haw.
ICIer. Co.. $170; 20 Ohm, $(!; in Uwa,
S33.63'j: S Oahu Buz.. 132.''.';! 10 (Vilm
Sug. $32.:.-,; l) Oahu Sun, S32 25; 15 I
Oahu Bug. S32'JS; 10 Oahu SilK.'
J32.2.': CO Olaa. JC; Co Olaa, IC, Ho
Olaa. C, $H,il(i O. It Si L. Co. Br. I
$102 25: 2t Oahu Sug. Co $32.2.'.; 10
Oahu Sug. Co., $32.25.
Latest sugar quotation 4.425 cents
or $88.50 per ton
Sugar, 4.425 cts
. Beets, 13s 3 l-2d
HENRY WATERUOUSE IRUS! CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
Stock and Bond Broker
Mem'ier of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK1 AND BOND BKOKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trout Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
I lieii'liy iiuiiiMiiirn myn'lf an
liimllibi'u foi t In. nomination us llnp
ii'Mililatlw, kiiIiJii I I lie in Hun ill
the 1 1 t-imtll I lit II foil lit ClIMki'lllloll
t'll.MII.KD II IIIIOWN
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The nickel tablet rold bv the
Bulletin is the biggest and best
tablet for school woik that can be
One Tn o Klght One
If your horso or dog Is sick
Hownt, I). V, 3., phone 21 2.
Do you wunt u '.lean comfortable
room U.C0 or $2 week? Call 1281
Foil St. v
I'ny cash and osk for green stamps.
i They'ro free. Call at lli show room's
! and see what you get tree for
1'ri'Hli I'llnis mid rilm IVicks In
ovory size Just received In tho I.ur-
lino, Honolulu Photo Suppl) Co., I'ort
Commencing Sunday, August 28,
the Bulletin's phone numbers
will be: Business office, 2250; edi
torial rooms, 2185.
Tho siiiivrlortty of the Wlilto Label
Ollu-s ocr any other brand Is Instant
ly recognized when comparison Is
made, (let the White I.1I1H from jour
The concert of Mrs IXcllc Hear It
Dreyfus, contralto, take- place at the
Moaua Hotel tonight nt 8 If, Tickets
can bo had at the door of the con
The regular meeting of the Uind
Board will be held this exenlng when
many matters In connection with the
public lauds of tho Terillory will be
up for discussion.
Mies Hazel Bucklaiid will op"" n
Jmenllo dancing class at Odd K'lln.wg
Hall next Friday afternoon, Septem
ber 2nd. nt 3 3n o'clock Tuition SO
rents a lesson. Phone 1747.
BeiiFon. Smith and Co, Ltd., wilt
hold a sieclul redaction sslo of toilet
soap on Friday and, Saturday. Soap
always telling nt fifty runts a box
will be sold for thirty cents.
Wm. Douthltt well known In Hono
lulu Is tho local representative of- the
Hotel Manx tho San Francisco hotel
that Is bccotuliw so popular with the
i.,.,u,ln ,.r tlin llnwnllftn Irtlnllila Mr.
nm.ii.ni im. ..men i.nm nt 308. Mi-
Cundless llulldliiK where he will glad-
ly furnish nil Information desired In
reference to tho Hotel Mulix.
An engagement which has Just been " " "' '' "',, ai u.e
nnnowcedl-HhatofMlssOracein-l1''''1'''' h, ,101'-
berscin of Portland to Harry Wilder1 -An described by H. O. Hall In a.
of Honolulu, whoso funilly has been l'l'r dated' Jnnunry 26, 183H, the
pronilnent lit the Islands for many , l'ress was a small hand card .press,
years, and who Is well known In so- " donation to the mission, which
clcty here. Ills father, William Wli- 'ame out to Hawaii with tho sixth
dor, owns one of the largest suxar relnfoi cement In the ship Hellespont,
plantations In Hawaii and noted, us arriving June 6. 183A.
lco president of Hawaii during ilia J "It was never used In Hawaii, but
brief period lu which It -was u rcpun -
lie. Mr. Wilder will iirrlvu on Hie
next steamer from Honolulu. Iiuvli-i;
sailed last week, and will go tllrrrtW
to Portland, where the marriage will
take placo on Sept her 7th. Miss
Ijinilierbon Is the daughter of the late
(I, II Uinbonon or Portland, nnd Mv
r"1"!5. " i.lBk" ,,."l ."!?.:.":
i,U brW. to itan Fralsco foVn slmr,
visit before leaving lor tholr future
home In Honolulu S. F Call
T0NIOHT AT 8:15
AT M0ANA HOTEL
TICKETS AT DOOR, $1
The llepubllcju orKunlutloi, of tho
Sixth I'reeluet, Fourth DUtrlct, will
hold ltn piltnury election to elect del
eguteH to the County und Territorial
Convention on Saturday, September
3, between Lhu bourn of 2 und 7
o'clock p. in., lit the corner of South
mill Kuwalahuo Street.
By older of tho Kxecutlto Commit
tee J. M KHALOHA,
4712-21 lt Vlcit-1'rnnldent
The llepiihllcun orgaliUallon of Hie
Hinenth Pierlnct. 1'oiutli DUtrlel,
will hold Ita piliuury election to eh'it
dili'Kuttis In (hi, County and Teriltur
lal I'oiiM'lilloiis on Hiiluidiiy, Heptiiili-
" her 3, between lhu hums of 2 mid 7
".o'clock p in hi KiipiiulHii lliillini(.
Ity iinlej or tint juiIkpm
J II IvIXIKAI'll,
Could Not Be Used Here on Account
of Font Beini; Short on A's and
K's for Hawaiian Language.
To toltle a controversy regarding
tho printing preis whHi wni on ex
hlhltlou In the rooiin of the Oregon
Historical 80 Jet v. as the pioneer
printing piers of the West, a deep
delving Into the pant haH been
' (leurge W. Smith, who recently re
turned from Puget Sound, saw the
lironj anil states that the placard
hanging to the press eels orth that
It was Bent to Honolulu from Boston
In 1Slf, (ouskned 1,0 the bonid of
missions, mid w.ib scut to the Sound
Mr. Halloa nud Mr. Smith had a
talk esterda concerning the dates,
and Mr. I la I Ion stntes that when hn
saw the same press and placard In
August the placard did not contain
the dates mentioned by M-. Smith.
Mr. Smith' has written tho Oregon
Historical Society to ascertain wheth
er or Hot th placard from which
he obtnlned his dates wai there
where he Is certain he saw It, and If
another placard was on It when Mr.
Hallow visited the rooms. Mr. Hal
Ion's statement Is as follows:
"The facts roii-ccruing tho little
printing press In the rooms of tho
Oregon Illstort ;il Society In Port
land, described by (leorge V. Smith
in yesterday's Advertiser, were us
certalned by me from original docu
ments In the arcblvcs of tho A II.
C. F. M. In II0U011 and set forth In
the fourteenth aier of the Hnwal
Ian Historical Society, published In
"The Impression hnd nlwaya pre
vailed that the pres was the original
"nwnllnii printing outllt. brought by
" pioneer mltsloiiarlea 011 tho
Tliuildciis and set r In August,
1820, 111 0110 of their grnsB houses.
, in 183!) was put In order nud, to-
gether with a new font of type, of
llttlu use to our missionaries through
n(.K r tt g,iniclciit iiumiier of the
J letters 'n' and k' for tho printing of
j Unwallan. was presented to the Ore-
Kon inUslon 1
M g "d , BUgfiested that
Ho .I.oM W.l ... ., from Ore-
" .'" V '" !r":,",R' !'.U,
It was finally divided that as the
health of Mri. Hall uccettaltnted her
temporary KOjouru lu u cooler cli
mate, and iih Mr. Hall could well be
Bpared for a while, that It would be
beat to Heinl him to Oregon for a
year to set up tho printing establish
ments there and Instruct thane dei-
itimited to carry on tho work.
"lid left Honolulu March '1. is:::i.
arriving at Fort Wnllawatla, May :;.'
on his way to Mr. SpaldliiK'M station
nt Clearwater. Hlver, 125 miles tu:-
ther on, which he reached Ma -oil 1 I.
"The mess waa noon set mi and n
little book of twenty pages, live and!
one-elRhth by four nnd thren-iuiniterl
Inches, whb.'h had been prepared by.
Mm. SpaldliiR, was prlutod In the'
Nez I'creos lancuage, the II ret book
printed on the continent west of the
I "Copies of thlh little book, which
Is entitled, 'Nez I'erces First Book;
designed for children and new be
lilniMus. C'lenr Water: inhudon pross:
I83U,' are known to me only In the
libraries of the A. 11. C. F. M. In Bos
ton, Mr K. K. Ayer of Chicago und
.Mr Wllberfoice Karnes of Now York,
iThe Oregon vIIIatorlcnl ScKlety unfor
. tuuutely does not possefeit one.
I "Though not the first Hawaiian
j press, it Is undl'putedly the pioneer
i prtss of Oregon Territory and ell
deserves its honored place among tho
many relics of tle early da of Ore
gon (hat have been collected in the
rooms of the Oregon Historical So
No, deur reader, there are to ho no
imnlng pictures of Iteiio'a iiiatrlnion
lal knockouts Kennebec (Me.) Jour
nal. A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
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Designed by Koicnwabl & Weil, Chicago
You ought to wear ,
a Fancy Vest " . " . - -
They will brighten up your attire in a manner that
you'll appreciate and your friends admire.
made by Rosenwald & Weil of Chicago possess
many attractive and exclusive features in style and
We can fit you perfectly whether you are athletic
in build, stout or slim.
Among the popular new tints are grays and tans
with the addition of black and white stripes that
fit hVwith every suit.
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
Elks' Building King Street
completed under the supervision, of an experienced Land
scape Engineer. Private Driveways built.
P. M. POND, Contractor
IfflESeaHaSSS Telephone 2851
TlfE IMPORTANCE OF
PURITY IN FOOD
can not be overlooked by the careful housewife. Jellies,
Preserved Fruits, Ketchups, Relishes, Pickles, etc.. are too
often put up with harmful preservatives nnd artificial fla
voring and coloring matter.
ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE
All of the Famous "57" at Your Grocers
REAL GOOD BUTTER
THAT IS WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF CRYSTAL
S P R I N Q S. IT HAS THE BUTTER FLAVOR, THE ODOR
OF THE DAIRY AND THE PURITY OF THE LILY.
W. F. HEILBR0N anl .' LOUIS
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immedla'ely accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket oflicM. ce,
EUROPEAN rLAN-BeJroom, with detached bati, $1
and upwaiiU; with privute lm(h, $2 and upwunli; parlor,
bcdioom ami private bath $3 to $10.
AMERICAN PI.AN-W and up per day-
NOT ONLY THE REST AT THE TRICE, BUT THE
KQUAI. 01' ANY AT ANY PRICK
Honolulu ItvplctiiiUtivei WII.MAM IIOUTIUTT
II0IIM ;)0H( NtOAHDI.V.HH 1IU1I,IIIH(I i
lines laid down
and the Court