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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, SEPT. 10. 19 tO.
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Shoes for Growing
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Fort Street above King
For Sale or Lease
Two-nloiy, mosquito - proof Cot
Inge, practically new; seven rooms;
nil modern convenience!); grotinilJ
"nil planted with fruit ami foliage
trees; good h'cliihbnthood. ami eon
veiilent to cam.
Small Cotlnr.u, largo grounda; good
neighborhood, ami convenient to
Largo two-story, completely-fur
nlshcd House; very deulrnlilo In
every reaper t; every convenience,
alii? located In best residence section
Pratt, the Land Man
Telephone 1G02 12S Mcrclinnt St.
ing Lots in the
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St,
$500 to $15,000
OIL MAP FREE.
We aro Riving nwny freo to
those answering thlg advertise
ment liofnro July 21st, n limp of
ull the California oil fluids; also
a free subscription to our trade
Jouriinl, "California Oil 1'lclds.'
Sagar-Loomls Co., 833, SSI, 83i
t'bclan llldg., Sun Francisco,
P. 11. BURNETTE
Oom'r. of Deeds for California kuo
Ntw York; NOTARY PUBLIC,
Orient Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Salt,
Leases, Wills, Eta Attorney for th
Dltrlct Courts. 79 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU, PHONE 1310.
Complete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery, Atldicss P
0. Box 207. Honolulu.
Folding Chairs & Tables
J, IIopp & Ooi, "Ltd,
im'U) IImIIpIIm 'tr iihii.
who spend all their income
arc likely to remain clerks.
Employers don't repose con
fidence in spendthrift em
ployes. Save your money mid
get out of the old rut. Be
come an Employer not tin
One Dollar starts a
Bahk of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus,
WHEN IN NEED OF
of an; description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Port and Queen Streets
OEO. 0. GUILD Manager
The window smauher Is nt large
and active. Insuie your plate glaua
and Uavu It replaced without oxponse
or woiry on jour palt.
1)23 I'm I Street
UEAI, ESTATE AUENQY
t H3 Mmnlnilit Rt.- . Trli0ie S7H0
Alfred D. Coopor
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
lionglit and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDINO
Telephone 2480 P. 0. Box G07
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1182 P. 0. Box 828
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Hal unlay. Kept. 10.
NAMK OP STOCK.
C. Brewer Co
Kwa PlantHliun Co
Haw. Com. & iug. Co. . .,
Honokaft Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ..
Ilutchlojon Sugar Plant. ,
Knhuku Plantation Co. , ,,
Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co , , . .
Oahu Sugar Co
Om met) Sugar Co
( M.ia Sugar Cc. Ltd
Cnauhau Si(ar Plant, Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
I'.ila Plantation Co
Pcpoekeo Sugar Co. .
Pioneer Mill Co ,
Walluku Sugar Co
Wnlmanalo Bu,?nr Co. . .,.
Walmcu Sugar Mill Co. , .
lot-r-Islaad Stdtiiu N Co
Hawaiian Kl'ilrlc. Co. ,.
Hon. It. T AL Co I'rcf. .
Hon. It. T. ft I , Co Com. ,
Mutual Telephone t'o. , .
Nnlilku KUUooi Co..
Nnhlkti ltiihhei- Co., Ana
Oahil tl ft I. IV,
Hllo It. II. Co. I'fd
Urn. n. & M. Co.
Hawaiian Plnenpido Co ..
Tnnjong Olok ft Co pi up
uo do nsn. 65 p
Haw, Tor. i 'KlroCI.) .
Cal. licet Bug. ft Itcf. Co. 6
Hanukua Ditch Co,
Upper Ullch Cs
Haw. Irr. Co.. 6a id. .
I 'aw. I rrgtn. Co., 6a
Haw. Com & Sug. Co.r.
Hllo It. It. Co. Irnue 190
Hllo It. P. Co.. Con.CZ ...
HonokaaSugni Co., .,
Hon. n.T.ftUCo.GX ...
Knual Ily. Co. fia
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a
McDrydo Sugar Co. a ...
Oahu K. ft l Co. 5y
Oahu Sugar lo.&
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pre. Bug. Mill Co. (S
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlo. Co. . . . .
BAItKHllutween Hoards: 23 Haw.
C ft S. Co.. $ III: $1000 Hllo Kx. Kb.
197; $7000 Kmiil Hy. Rs, $100; $1000
Hllo Cs, 1901. $101); G Walalua. $129.23;
30 Vjttn. $3:1.37',,,: 13 Kwi. $33.3714;
'tl Kwii, $33.37Vi; 23 Pioneer, $230;
20 Pioneer, $230; 111 Pioneer. $230;
10 Haw. ,g Co, $2.11); ID O, It. ft I...
$110.73; 100 Olaa, $0.23; CO Olaa,
Session Sales: J5 Haw. U. & S.
Co., $10; 10 Haw. C. ft '8. Co., $10;
10 Oahu, $32.37 '; 5 Oahu, $32.37 '4;
5 Hiw. C. ft 8. Co.. $40; IB Haw. C.
ft S. Co. $10; 20 Olaa. $6.25; 100
Hnw. C. ft S. Co., $10.
IHVIHKNl) Sept. lO. lain: P.iau
Iihii, 2"c i-lmic; Walluku, $1.50 share;
Hiitchlncun, ISc rhare.
Latest sugar quotations 4.36 cents
or $87.20 per ton
Sugar, 4 36cts
Beets. 12s 5 l-4d
HENRV WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
Telephone 1208 "
Stock and Bond Broker
Moin'ier of Honolulu Stock and
Camnbcll Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
6T00KB AND BONDS
Trout Tx'ust Co,,
MI'.Mlir.H HONOLULU RTODK AND
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The nickel tablet Fold by the
Bulletin is the biggest and best
tablet for school work that can bo
Olio Two Klghl- Onu. r
Try a c.185 of I'lncctnr. It la ,pure.
Kor almoin: lilt liorae jeilerday.
Kara, n .liip.iu'BC nua fined $25.
If )our horno or dog la Blek. A It
Itowiit, U. V. S plume 2423.
Whlliu-y ft Munh nnnounr an
oenlng dlnplay of prutly white w.iili
Anderaon Soldi glngliaina. goifl
, quality and fast coluia at Whltuc) ft
I.tstent Tor u neat hack, ring up
Phone 1313 and ask for Frank. Uakor,
Pay cash and auk for green stamps.
They're freo. Call at the show rooms
and sec what you get freo for
Dainty dress bwIitm-h In vhlto and
light colorings Just rceclU'd hy Whit
ney ft Marsh,
llatnlcr Deer has always been, and
will probably contluu" In be. t lir most
generally, liked beer that Is made.
Por distilled water, Hire's Itool
fleer and all other i-opnlnr drinks.
lUng up Phono 2171. Consolidated
Children, Ilka' to get their shoes nt
the Manufacturers' Shoe Coa store
for the tdiocs lit will and look well
mid the clerks are very obliging.
Commencing- Sunday, August 28,
the B u 1 1 e t i n's phone numbers
will be; Business office, 2250; edi
torial rooms, 2185.
Uxtrcmc cleanliness prevails In c-
try department of the Pond Dairy and
no detail Is ncglectrd (hat will con
trlbiflo to absolutely pure milk.
On Monday morning, Sept. 12th, be
gins (he thieo days' sale of laces nt
Sachi, Tills Halo will be of genuine
Intciest to all who arc fond of beaull
The C.iRcadc Ginger Ale In without
question the most delicious dot wen
(her drink obtainable Telephone
2270, Itycroft's Fountain Soda Works,
for n case.
The Wajoman stream, llowlng
through I'alolo Valley overflowed Its
banks Hits morning and flooded n
good portion of tliu residence- lots
along Its banks.
Visitors from (lie other Islands will
And tliu rooms at the Hotel .Majestic
comer of Kort and llcrctanla streets,
unusually attractive. The location Is
central ami the rates low.
Thinking penplo are realizing moro
and more that IMo City Mausoleum
provides Iho Ideal nMcin for burin'.
I'or inrllrulnra seethe Townsend Un
dertaking Co, 69 llcrctanla street.
Your bojs and girls will need school
books, pencils, wrltlng-pnds and roiu-
losltlon hooks. All (lieso and other
t'chool supplies will bo found nt A. II.
Ailclgli ft Co., Hotel street near Port.
Parents will Ilnd In tliu "Kxtra
flood" clothes cicoptlounl values ami
have the satisfaction of seeing their
boys In well fitting, well wearing.
slyllbh clothes. Sllva's Toggery, Mil.
Hxpcrlcnrcd men and sxclally de
signed wagons glvu the Unton-Pacllle
irnnsrer to. n great auvantago iner
their competitors In
hold goods and furniture. Telephone
A complete equipment' for all grad
lug. road ami driveway construction
with callable workmen and experienc
ed foremen enable P. M. Pond to do
tbo best character of work at a very
The boxers oru all quiet at present,
I la by Illlss has offered to take on any
ono his own weight hut, ho far, Jack
.McK.idden Is tliu only man who would
appear to havo a chance with the
Kvery man who engages In bind
nesa takes a chance the farmer's.
crop may fall; the ship may sink;
even jour life Insurance is a gamble.
Some gambles are uvcu chances;
some have odds In your raVor. A
gamble in Mikevlow No. 2 oil com
pany would be $1000 to $1 In your
favor. Any man with Intelligence
lakes a chance nnd develops Into a
globe Hotter or tourist and lives on
Kasy stieet; the other man who
didn't Is still a clerk at his old Job.
John D. Itockcfcller might still bo
a clc'k, but he took u gamble In
oil his salary Is now nboitt half a
million dollars dally; he don't work
now. Today la your opportunity-
tomorrow may be too la(e. Cut this
out anil coinu nnd see me; ou havo
oven thing to gain In this gamble.
Shares now 40e will bo worth n
dollar when I get cabin to stop.
J. OSWALD I.UTTBI),
Port Streot. next to Coveut.
I will leave for Hllo September 13.
JORDAN'S DIQ SALE OPENS
OH MONDAY, 8EPT.
.Ionian's, piouilso nxtcaordluary liir
galfri In the salo nf htnek recently pur
rh.iKil at a big discount. P.verythliiu
will bo if.uly liy tlio end of nuxt week
tint opening diitii Iiiin lici'ii Used for
Monday. H"pt. HMh.
nf value biniKlit fur cash
ni Mill HIT I'm I slifi'i
At Yesterday's Aftcrjioon
Meeting Much Was
Many Minor Matters Were Up
For Consideration and
In two hours cstcrd,ay uftcrnoon
llic Land Hoard passed finally "llon.cano House. It was llnally voted 4o
nioie 'matters than in nil Its pre
vlous meetings, and from the open
Ing until the closing of the session,
two hoiirs latqr, there was nothing
but strict business attended to.
There was nothing to mar tho
calm placidity of the even IloW- or
events. Applications wcro read by
Secretary llrown, and the members
took turns In making tho motions
Tor their disposition.
Kvcrythlng before the board, al
though for the most part small mat
ters, was voted on favorably with
the exception or certain applications
which had to be denied as they could
not bo granted under tho provisions
of the Orgnnlc Act.
Kapaa leases, however, went over
to another meeting.
a i iia..1tlr aim Ifiti.l Krtfinl tiiot .
ami the flrEt business taken up was' " an fccro or land Is the annum
Iho reading of an opinion of tho'-?""!'"'. n"') l-oanl voted to soil
Attorney-Gencrnl In the case of the '' !") ''H '"'t ll,tlc '"m""!""
petition of Quock Hln Society tor At f. oVIok the meeting adjourn-,
ccrlnln land. The Attorney General . to meet again TliurrfJaJ' night
holds Hint the society Is not a re- unless MM,ncr called together by the
llglous organization mid Hint thofccr':liir-
board can not grant land to It as; 1 " '
such. CONCERT POSTPONED
In regard to tho forty actes nnd
$.'.0no vnluo for exchange of l.iliil. (,inc (ll ,,clpiucnt weather "(lie
iK 1 t.i".n iwiiw stunt irtiiii .
(he Attornoy-Gcncral holds that tho
limiinuons nom singly aim uifteuu-..
Tho application of the llernUc P
lllshop ICstnle for lt,000 square feet
or land lying maUku nt tho old Kau
makaplll churcK, on llcrctanla
street, was eensldercd. and It was.cliased llcl.cta can pniilnco Hum nt
voted to sell the samo at auction for
The Kapaa leases were put over
for consideration nt somo future
T. II. Gibson applied for land at
P.iumalii, adjoining Pupukea Pau
main homesteads, on n lease of
twenty-one years. This application
was approved cxicpt that tho time
was reduced from twenty-ono to fif
Application wna made for the re
newal of n general lease of land at
Pouhala, Kwn, now held by tho Tong
Wo Wnl Co., -for o. period of flftcon
rnrn. The renewal was granted.
. ,Ht f()r H 1)Crm ,)f fie j-eara b(eud
University Club Matter.
Tlio icaso ol ino 101 nujuinuig inu
University Club new homo was taken
up, and In this connection Marston
Campbell stated that tlio stab'cs
wuuld be moved nnd merely n shed
kept there for housing automobiles.
Under this condition It was voted
not to net on this application, as it
was thought the removal of tho sta
ble would satisfy the club.
Declined to Act.
In regard to tho exchange of land
nt Kaououlu, It was round Impossi
ble to sell this laud under tho pro
visions ot tho Organic Act, and tho
board dccllued to act on tho propo
rtion. A land exchange between tho Gov-
eminent and Kaelcku Sugar Co., for(
a portion of old Mission lot in liana.
could not bo mudo for tho kanio rea
son as the ono above noted. I
The application of Theo, II. Da '
vies ft Co. for nn cxchaiigo between
tho Territory and Kaelcku Sugar Co,,
ror rlght-ot-wny for road purposes
nt liana, was approved. j
An exchange of land on Maul be
tween tlio Tcirltory and Dr. Hay
muud, nt Kaiu.iolc, was put ualde, as
It could not bo done legally under,
On Hawaii, seventeen acres of rice
land, at Polulu, applet! for by G.
C. Aklna, wcro approved.
Ilusluess was so brisk lit this
point that It was agreed to makaj
motions in rotntlon wthnut waiting
for rlsciisslou or any kind.
General lease of lands at Onoull
2, at Kona, Hawaii, applied lor by
I,, Mnofailane, was approved for a'
period of fifteen yenrs,
This II nl shed nil minor matters
whli h bad been advertised
New Business Considered, '
Application was made by A Lewis
for sale lit auction of u lot or land
In Nituiinii Valley iiintaliilng 20.U0U
square feet. On motion ot Alidrade
It whs voted to sell IliU land us in
iiii-trd. tho npn't ptli ii being at tliu
rain nf $70u p"r m rt.
Tlio II 1'. MMiup IVIiilr wlhc, in
I'VilMIIIKi' (I'll ii I n liiml (or II iiMilWII)
rft lleela, Koolau, which was ap
pitivcd by the buaid.
Application was made by K. I).
Tenncj for lot No. 1A, Kaukolinhiia,
62 acres, for cash purchase, llio Wn
hlawa Water Co. being the pilnilpAl
back or the transaction. Alter dls
turslon Tor some lime, It was agreed
that the uppfi ant should modify the
icqucst for ineicly a ditch tlght-of
way thiough the land In qucslloii.
For K. of P. Hall.
The h. of P. Hall Association at
Hllo. arks fgr n lot of land In that
city upon which to build a hall, tbo
l hit asked for adjoining that upon
! which the Mamnle
Hall stands, It.
. was agiTed that this sate shouli be
made as requested, as any persoK or
association wanting to Improve Hllo
'thould have nothing put In the way.
P. C. lleamer anil others applying
for Olaa niminer lots, asked for the
sale of tli-sc lots without restric
tion. Some discussion was Indulged
In mi this promotion, the lots be-'
I Ini. lint Ibrre miles from the Vol-
advertise the tots In the Usual
Fort Street Land.
Tho Hawaiian Htnngcllrnl Assocl
atlon wants to pay ten cents pcr
foot fortnnd on Port street deeded
by I I.. M (landless to the Territory
In 1902, the same containing 21.020
square feet. In this matter H was
agreed that the lot should ho put up
lit public .auction at an upset price
of ten cents per foot.
Ilencnclnrles under tlio will of
(Ico, M. Itobertson, for right-of-way
a; Monalua (Illicit, llnuiakua, Ha
waii, ask the exchange of land of the
ni .road for a new one. Tho ex
change was authorized.
..Kltlcr Gordon Hyde ot the Church
of Jesus- Christ wants land for n
church slto at Puiipnpii, Kohala.
cram c,,wrt ic!l 1wia nicmli;il .to I
i,0 sivr ,t:Ri, ni ivnrl City, has
! Keen poatponvd lor ono .week from to-
day. Tbu, coinmlltco tcvls IU4t It
uuuld tc InipoJbthln to give a concert
in a imvllluu unless ,Ikj weather Is
ra'l lactoty All Ihoro who liaa pu'r
Uio door novi week, bcloro the con
Our fit Sale
SPECIAL PURCHASE STOCK
As announced by Cable, las bTek
WILt BEGIN ON
Monday, Sept. 19tli
No such opportunity ;as
this has ever occurred in the
Dry Goods Business of this
Just as soon as the entire
stock is marked off .we will
publish full details.
Be On Watch for Our Big Doings.
a fey plain
JL wefrds, .here is
what you get in
. -J J.I 'l UflU
A heaping- meas
ure of .qiiHljtVTor
every dollar fyo'u
spend; and'' the
, seeing yqur. bby
rlad more expen
TStauliful () ftr
. m.bit 3 to 1Q, finiihtd
in a intf'i attractive
Suits ftr foyi, 7 t
17, imartfy tailtriA
rivt ulm'iit vitar nnd
ELKS' BLD0. J.