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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 10. 1910
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
'Bought and Sold
' 307 WDD BUILDING
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box 007
Stock and Bond Broker,
' '83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone; 1482 P. 0, ,Box 528
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A safe and sane invention that
gives comfort to the .man with flat
foot. . . ......
A Scientific Principle at Work
$2.00 a Pair
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
JAS. W. PRATT
0'Pratf, the Land Man")
i FIRE INSURANCE
125 Merchant Streets , Honolulu
' City and Suburban
TRUSTS, '"REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streeti
I offer for Immediate sale, n largo
T. nml (1, HOUSn nt Kaiialmlii, Knl
miikl. Curlier lot. 10,000 sq. ft. Two
bedrooms; innilorn plumbing; good
coll; rfon'o fonce. Forfcct (Itlo. Orlg
Jtml cost, 2900; now $1300.
t; P. E. R. STRAUCH ,
74 S. Kincr Street Waity Building
Stop Paying Rent
ft fee the
83 Merchant St
S500 to $15,000
C. L. HOPKINS
BysJematfeer Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Mnrria;e Licrnses, Hayai.
iaii Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciaryl Bldtr. HOURS
1 n. m. to 4 v. m.
QE1TEBAL BUSINESS AGENT.
INTERPIIETEE, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Sm'th
Streets, P. 0: Box 940, Plonc 2380.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r.. of Deeds for (Jaliorni ni
Km York; NOTARY PUBLIC:
flmnt Marriaire License ; Drawl
Mortgages. Deeds, Bilk of Bait
Leases. Wills, Eto. Attorney for tht
District Conrts 79 METJOWANT IT
HONOLULU. THONE 1310.
WHEN IN NEED OP
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street -GEO.
G. GUILD Manager
Thoro's un old and well
known sajlng that un man
can oi or got rich on a salary.
lint ninny a man lias saved
enough on a salary to stnrt
In for himself In n succors.
fill business, and many a
man has saved enough to
miiko n profitable Investment
that stalled hlin on tho road
to financial Independence
The secret Is to start sav
ing. Wo wll help you; Wo "pay
414 1'or cent. Interest on sav
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
, Fort and Merchant Streets
' Capital nud Surplus,
A $3 l'ollry I'Vo nud n small sum
each month proem o you a splendid
Accldont nnd Sickness Policy.
Wo only ask an Investigation.
' Insurance Department
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 FORT STREET
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Merchant St, Telephone 2780
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Oct. 10.
NAME OP STOCK.
C. Ilrewei- & Co
nwa Plantation Oo
llnwallnn Agrlc. Co
Hnw.Cnm."& fcui: Co. ..
llnwallnn Sugar Co ....
HonomuSugni Co. .....
Ilonnkon Sugar Co ,
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kiihnkii I'lnntntlon Co. .
Keknha Sugar Co
Koloi Sugar Co
Mcllryilo Sugar Co
Onhu Sugar Co. ...,.,,,
Onomea Sugar Co
,1' 'Villi! V., I. ..,.....,.. .
I'.t Milinu Sugar Plant, Co.
P'c flcSusarMIII ..
li' l Plnptetlun Co.
J'' iieorMIIICo. ...
Wnlalua Agrlc. Co. ,
W-tlluku Sugar Co. .
Walmnnnlo Sugar Co. . . . r
wnimea sugar Mill i;o. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Kited Ic Co. ...
Jinn. It. T. &L.Co,Pref. .
Hon. lt.T. &. L Co, Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . ,
Oalin It. & U Co
1 1 llo It. It. Co., I'fd
Illlo l(. It. Co., Com....
lion, 1). A. M, Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjutig Ollik U.U.. pd up
do doasH.vr, pd..
l'.ihnng HUb. Co. (I'd)..
raining " (Ash. 40. I'd)
IInw.Ter.4 (FlroCI.) ..
Haw. Tit. I '.&
Cal. Ilect SugAiIlir. Co. C
llamnkua Ditch Co.,
1 law., trl (itTCoJ.'iIH , . . . .
Haw. Com. & Sug, Co. r,
Illlo It. It. Co.. Issue 19U1
Illlo It. U. Co., Con. fi ...
Hnnokaa Sugar Co.. 0. ,,
Hon. lt.T. &L Cn.li ...
Kauai Ity.. Co. Ch
Kohala Dltch'Cci. CSV. . . .
Mcllryilo Eugur Co. Gs . , .
Mutual Tel. Cs
OahiHl. Ail.. Co. 5
Oaliu Sugar Co. 5
Olua Sugar Co. CX , .
WiilaliiaAgrlq Co, 5"
SALLS Iletwcen DOirds: 10 Pio
neer, $100; e rioncfcr. J;i90; .', l'loneer,
JlOil; 100 Oaliu Sug. Co., 128.23; 23J
Onhu Sug. Co, 128.23; 40 Oaliu Sin.
Co., $28; 33 Onhu Sug. Co.. fli; 33
Oaliu Sug, Co., $28; 30 Oahil Sug. Co.,
$28; 10 Oahil Sug! Co.. $28; '30 l'ala,
$130; 10 Wriliilua, $103; S Wnlalua
$103; 30 l'loneer, $100; 100 Haw. C. &.
S. Co., $31.73; 100 Ilnw. C. & S. Co.,
$31.73; IB Ilnw, C. & S. Co., $31.73;
$3000 Illlo I!x. Cs, $07; $1000 Illlo Kx.
Session Sales; 5 Mutl. Tel. Co., $14;
3 Wnlalua, $103.30; 10 Olan, $3; ID
Mellryde, $3; 23 Haw. C. &S. Co..
$31.73; 25 Haw. C. & S. Co, $34.73;
S Walalun, $102,50; 3 Walalua, $101;
G Walalua, $100.
Latest surj3r quotation 3.00 cents or
$78 per ton. N
Beets, 9s 6 Hi
HENIIV WATERHOUSE TRUST 0.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND .MERCHANT STREETS
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Harry Armit age
, Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock unij
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BR0KERB
Member's Honolulu 'stock and Bond
Stancenwald BIdfr,, 102 Merchant St.
Weekly Ii u 1 1 c 1 1 u $1 per 3 car.
Jusl received from the ICast a large shipment of
A Storv Pajamas and Night .Shirts
For Men chapter ii.
Til mu aQh garment is made tu fit. They arc in all
An Anree grades of material, but each superior in cut and ;
Chapters chapter in.
' l . ' Some are displayed in our window. All are onf
sale in our store. -
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
'-' Elks' Building' King Street
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th'e nickel tablet told by the
Bulletin ii the Liggett, and belt
tablet rf or school work that can be
'One Two i:ii',htOii.
Hi Hill M. Hack Stand, l'liour 11.'.'.'.
Try u case of l'lncctnr. It Ii jmru.
Tlir newest In plalil aulomolillo
vt'lls at ilrs. IVckorson's.
Honolulu Lodge, U. I), l and A. M.
will not hold a stated meeting tlil.i
Ai It. ltowat, 1). V. S., has returned
from Hawaii and resinned practice,
Do not overlook, tho full moon dnnrn
at llnlelwn Saturday night. Ho by
machine or train,
i iiit'io was n gifHi size crown oui ai
i no ucacn .yosicruny, pnu uio up a nerd
were rur)illng very hlgli.
If you want a good Job done on nn
auto or carrlngo .take It o Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Cbttl Queen St.
Kor distilled .water, Hlre'a IVoot
Ilcer nnd all other popular drinks.
Illjig up I'Uono J171. Consolidated
If you want a 'satisfying lunch call
at ttio-clirerioffr nrTr
n gla8" of beer "nnd you
Seventy horses, to arrive October
14, por S. S. IlynucH. Kor particulars
sea advertisement. Club Stable..
The fourteen Japanese who were nr
losltil ijt Walpahu nnd cbarged with
nssnitlt on n Koic.m, will como up
for trial nt tho jmllcc court next week.
Mine. I-anibeit bus removed her
dressmaking parlor, temporarily, to
I0C3 Punchbowl St., near Hotel, where
sho will bo pleased to l;eo her pat
rons. ' "
There Is n uniform superiority ub.iut
the Owl Cigar that mak'H It n great
fjvoilto with tho ilUcrlmlnnting sinok.
it. Sold everywhere nt tho Olio prico
of mi) crntH.
The bunch qf gamblers who worn
gathered In by Chief McDuffle on Sat-
unlay night nt JlnnouUull, all forfeit-
ed fheli ball of $8 Ihla morning at
the pollro stntlon.
Tho Trail nnd Mountain (Clni will
establish a branch in illlo, -ami tne
ninny beauty spots of tho lllg Islnml
will be visited by tho members of
Pon't hn iloceled, There Is hut
one oinro of the Kieiirh Lnundrv. J.
Abndle, Prop., nnd thai Is at 777 KI113
street whero tho laundry Is located
Tho Honolulu Construction & Pray
ing Co., Ltd., Queen -street opposite,
Kaaliuinanu, telephoiiu 2281, pro pro
pared to make conlractn for freight
hniillng and drnying.
(let your 1911 Diaries, now mid he
,, .,. .......vn ...... ....
ready to make entries for tho coming '"H1" w"s "" " "vl "l'"'"
year. A complete line of desk, count- W. C. Achl. who went along with
Ing house nnd pocket Dlnrfos for Villi. l"fry, gnvo signals to tho com-
Ilnwullun Saw Co. Ltd.. Alox. Yiiuiib liany of political aspirants to movo
There will bo something doing In
tho fight game ns soon ns Kddlo
Madison returns fiom the Coast, llo
will ljo matched with Charlie Itollly
nnd then -tho preliminaries can ho
gone ahead with.
Tho Orabowsky Truck with Its
hardened sfocl bushings, posltho
mechanical oiling tystrm nnd nUiur,
exclusive features makes It lin best
motor truck, llnnoln'11 Power Wago'u
Co., S7S South ttrenLtelophono 2100,
Repot Is from Kona nro that Con-
stonll nnd Crnninl, the two Oreeks
who aro experimenting with hmyrnn
tobacco-growing there, nro successful
In their attempts nnd expect to de
velop a commercial buslnoss In tlmo.
W. Perestrous, who was for n tlmo
, closely connected with the Russian
' Immigration question fur Hawaii, has
salted in tho Mongolia for Ihe const.
From, San Frunciscp he v, III go direct
to the eastern dlstilcta of Cnniidn,
wjiero ho will tnkii up with those In
terested In tho employment of rlcup
labor tho iiuestlon of tending Rus
sians to tho country.
IHI III WINDWARD 111111 DN
.;! ' rnirmnLvit
Koolau Meeting Attended By Nearly
Forty Candidates an J
Republican :a!ulldates and party
worl.eiB to the niimber of morn than
forty luvndrii the windward side of
tlio Island Inst Saturday nnd held
line of the biggest mei-tlngs of tho
campaign, Wrcckcdi aillmnoblles, bad
spots In tiie fond amiThitu Iiuiiih did
nut Interfere, with political ciiUuihI
nun, nnd the tilp Is regarded as one
of the most !nipo'rttif(' in tli'o" Onhu
Headed by John C. Uano, Itepubll
candidate fur Mayor, nnd piloted by
h n uttcfti r Ciimmtngrf nitd'Xiiiiiartoil
"' ' ' 1'rown, tun legnl mlvlscr;
Mill; Inspectur Illchnrds, Joe (Ill-
man, tho business agent, nnd the
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 u representative, . the, Re
publican campalgnersi started lout to
Hniiuln, where n Inrgei mid onthusl
asllc meeting was held In the after
noon. The stnrt was made at 11:'20 In
Ulu morng, and after wndlng
thrnugh the zigzag io.uU of Koolau
the paity nrilved nt llauula (it '
o'eloik In the afternoon.
Lane's car was followed by Cecil
ltrown mid tho rest of tho candi
dates. District Attorney llreekous,
MIk Ilreekous and ntbeiB nrrlved 1m.
'J"'10 liolltl.al giiestH arrived nt
Hniiula and were received "by l)ep-
uty Sheriff Nnono. who escorted them
to a Chlneso club, where a limit was
awaiting them. The clubhouse was
appropriately decornted by tho Ite-
imbllcan ladles of the district, who
,aij (.mo n,or(l to help inuko tho nf
Mrs. Mifiregor and several young
ladles decorated I'm guests with hala
nnd malln Ids as they nrrlved. The
Senatorial candidates wcro adorned
with beautiful Ids of roses, which
grow piotiisnly In tho Koolau moun
tains. Luau fcr PcliVcians.
As soon lis the guests had arrived
they wero ushered Into the kuuknii
room, whore tho Innu wns held. Dick
.,.,., ., 1
onto tho battlegrounds, whoro tho
voters wcro anxiously waiting fur
them. Tho meeting was held In the
llauula Hawaiian church, of which
Hev, J, Nun Is pastor.
As soon ns tho speakors had con-
eluded their speeches, they got Into
their automobiles and wheeled away
toward Wnlalua, where It w,i,ln-
tended hi hold another meeting,
s0on after bidding farewell to Ko-
0alli Qeci Hiowo'h nutoinnlilo,
driven by Alln, his private chauf-
'four, Inoke down. Tho machlno wobI
0t of rommlssloii for'somo time, but
t waB 80on repalred'-and proceeded,
T)ie nc)!t troublo came when tho
car containing John Lane and his
assistants refused to movo nn. Kveryl
effort was made to push It onward,!
but. much to the disappointment
Its occupants. It refused to go. The,
light hind tire burst, nnd another
new one hnd to bn, sent for from
Honolulu. Ttnther than wait. Lane's
onto went on until it nrrlved nt Lo-1
Ilehuo, whero the Honolulu car met
tho crowd lu troublo. The trouble;
hi h 'i
wan adjusted and the Jolly ciowd re
turned to Honolulu, arriving nt
about 12:30 a. III. At Alea, Cecil
llioyn'a ntilo was again stalled. A
new machine, was then ordered from
J. Quinn, Samaritan,
During tliu plllkla, J. Quinn, the
road Supervisor, nited the part of n
good Samaritan, lie refused to go
on, staying to assist In patching up
the double. He did nil he could to
pacify the ixillticluus, who were
uuxloiin to .get- home.- - ChnntTeurs
lllaekwell, Cumniings, Allu nnd oth
ers rendered valuable services In
putting the machines In order.
Cecil llrown was the first speaker
ut the Koolau meeting. He said lu
part: "Kelluw Citizens: I have como
here again today lo meet you nnd to
nsk for jour mipport. Six years ago
I whs here soliciting your votes. We
nro today looking for pood nnd nbla
men to represent us lu the legislative,
and city affairs. Wo would like to
have men that will look after tho
affairs of this district, Kooloupoku,
fairly and wisely. Wo also went
men who will promote tho Interests
and wolfnro of our dear lands of Ha
waii net." (Applause.)
"I would like to spc.il; for and In
behalf of Delegate Kalanlnnnole,
who has done well In Congress. Ho
obtained for this Territory about
$13,000,000. This amount has been
expended locally. It has given em
ployment tu the kumnnluaB as well
11s tho citizens. Don't bend any oili
er man to Congress who docs not
understand tho -situation there, Mc
Cuudlesx Is n stranger there."
The speaker next dwelt upon Im.
migration matters. Ho said: "Tho
Democrats are telling you that the
Immigration Is detrimental to Ha
wall's Interests. This Is not so. If
tho Importation of tho Immigrants
wero prohibited, tho plantations and
the various Industries Hi tho coun
try will suffer materially. Most nf
the poolas along tho waterfront nro
HuwullanB. There nro times when
tho other citizens nro given employ
ment thero. They nro getting good
and substantial wages. It more men
nro not employed in tho government
nl work, tho roads will ho full of
"Tho II fo of Hawaii net Is In plan
tations. If the plantations ran not
get enough laborers, they will suf
fer. Tholr Buffering Is our tuffer
"In conclusion," said the speaker,
"let mo nay that you, who are sur
rounded by tho green mountains nf
Koolau net, should not believe In
Link McCaiidless, who has been do
sorted by sufh good Democrats
McCarthy nnd others." (Alfplauso
a. V. Judd said: "My fellow cu
Izens: I appear before you today to
announce that I am n candidate for
Senator on the Republican ticket, I
of. Intend 'to enforce tho Itepubllcaii
platform, f elected to tho Henato. I
am In favor of hnvlng belt roads on
this Island. If tho I(epubll:nns get
hi, they will try to appropriate
money for the roads." (Applause.1)
jyrmi'ndei! Is Brief,
Udwln Pernandez, the moving-pie-
turn man, Wide- th'd 'shortest speech
or tho ilny. He nrst Introduced him
elf as 11 candidate for Representa
tive and asked the audience tu vote
for him un election day. He was
assured the kokuas of the voters and
tho wahlnes alike.
John W. Catlicart, County Attor
ney, said: "I am appearing before
j ou today, asking for our support.
Two jciirs ngo )ou voted for me, In
spite of the. comparative attack '
which was ijclng made against me.
I was elected, however, because the
HuwnllniiK Noted me In office.
"There Is nothing In the record of
my office that I am ashamed of. The""
poor people, as well as the rich, came
before mo nnd were accorded the
snmo impartial treatment.
"I want to thank you for your
suppoit. If any of you bnvo any.
thing to say, do not bfl"nfrald tit
come nnd sec me. I believe I have
done what's right. I nslc you again
fur your support, I believe In the
Republican party, nnd I believe you
all believe In tho same party, l'liv
Itnve that each 0110 of you will bo
n committee of one to promote tho
welfare of the party and tho public
"The Immigrants to bo brought
hero' ciin iibt "work on tho roads, '
the speaker continued. "The rich
people ,of this country have agreed
to promote the welfare of the Ter-
I rltory, generally
It is proper that
wo du our duty as good citizens,"
( Prolonged applause.)
Hurry von Holt, who was defeat
ed by Trent at tho Inst election,
thanked the Kooluultea for their
past support.' Ho amused tho audi
ence with the Hawaiian meleg, which
wero delivered with eloquence and .
perfection. His gestures and move
ments of hands nud tho winking of
eyes, which are part of tho .melei.
brought tho house to tho highest
point of Jollification.
R. W. Shingle, candidate for
treasurer, said In part: "As far nH
the office of the treasurer Is concern
ed, It has no vulce In the Hoar I of
Supervisors. Should I bo elected to
that office, I will treat ou fair!". I
will' treat you as well as I would
James II, Castle or any other of the
rich people." . ' 4
"Uood boy," called out tho audi
ence, withthe assuring sign of sym
pathy and conlldetico In 'the honesty
of tho speaker,
'I will," .continued Shingle, "If
elected to the offi 0 of treasurer,
keep tho money uf the people safe
ly. If you have anything to nsk
me, do not be.Hate to como and sea
mo about it.
"If on Saturday you want, soma
money, you como to mo with )our
warrants nnd I will go to Mr. Jlrown
to get you some money. I have noth
ing to say against Mr. Trent, . All I
ask of oti Is to give the Itepubll
caii treasurer n trl.il. If ho does not
provo satisfactory to your thinking,
then put him out and put back Mr,
Among the candidates whoipoke
wero A. L. Castle, James lllcknell,
Charles Arnold, S. P, Corren, An
drew Cox, David Kalauoknlaui - Jr.
Cecil Drown. A. F. Judd, Kdwln Fer
nandez, John W. Catlicart, Harry
von Holt, It. W. Shingle, M. C.
Awnnn nud Frank Fruger'. and
all were accorded careful attention
and hearty applause.
Of particular Interest to tho wind
ward dwellers were the promises
made for belt-road construction by
the speakers. .
"I nm hero like tho rest or tho
.Ueiuibllcan candidates who have pro
ceded me, I would llko to aslc you
to give mo your support on the day
of election. I can not do anything
without the assistance of the llepuli.
Ilcnn candidates. The proposition Is
to vote for the straight ticket.; You
hnvo made good 'progress during th
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