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EVBNIN'l lltJM.nTIN, ItONOMlMJ, T. II ITHDAV. NOV II 1 !H n
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When wc sell HANAN
Shoes no argument of past
performances are needed, for
they arc more superior today
than ever hefore; and there
never has been a period in
their history when any older
shoemaker classed wills them.
JAS. W. PRATT
("Prat, the Land Man")!
LOANS NEGOTIATED '
125 Merchant Street Honolulu
GO BL 100 FEET
Excellent Buildiiitr Site
ON KALIHI ROAD
Ma'rodamizcd Streets. Electric .Lights
unu waier o sionc iinc
ii Garden Sol
PRICE, $275 EASY TERMS
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
$ 200- I'll"" Lot at Piiunul avenue,
nenr Country Club: 50x105.
$ 200 ciicli Two Lota ut Wnlalao
Heights, partly Imiirovcil, near
ear lino; 50I0U caeli.
$1300 I.urgo llotiso and comer I.U
at W'lutim avenuu, Kalmukl;
II. H9 square feet. Original
,f cost over $3000.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Wnity BuildinR 74 S. Kint; Street
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN BEAT,tv rn
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
ouu to 518.000
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
B3 Mc chant St. Telephone 2780
Bystcmatizcr. Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai-
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
0 a. m. to 4 n, m.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith
Streets. P. O. Box 040. Phone 2386.
P. 31. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California hni
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC)
Grant Marriage License; Draws
Mortgages. Dtedi, Bills, of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
7 H -)
Fort, above King
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
CTART a Savings
J account with us
today. We welcome
small deposits as
well as large ones.
4 1-2 per cent, in
BanR of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
FIRES or other disasters may take
your VALUABLE PAPERS any day,
Why not rent a
Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
M. VIERRA. Prop.
Blank books of all sorts, lodgou
eto, munnfariiireil by tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 p
Alfred D. Coopor
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
liouqht and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 2480 P. 0. Box G07
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Broken,
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Krlday, Nov. 11.
NAM HOI' STOCK.
C. Ilrcwer k Co
Kwa Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. & Siik Co, ...
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ilnnnknn Bugnr Co
Hutchinson Pugnr Plant.
Knhuku Plantation Co. ,.
Kcknha Sugar C(
Koloa Sugar Co
Mrllrydo Sugar Ci
Oaliu Sugar Co
Onomca SiiRar Co
Olna Sugar Co. Mil
Oluwalu Co. , '.
I't oban Sugar Plant. Co.
Pjk. lie Sugar .Mill
Pi' i Plantation Co
1'npeuken Sugar Co
W ilaliia Agrlc. Co
Wii'Iuku Sugar Co
WulmeaSuga. Mill Co. ..
Inter-lHlauil Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Klcctrlc Co. ...
Ilun.lLT.AL Co, Prof.
Hon. It.T.&l. Co. Com. '
Mutual Telephony Co. ...
Oahu II. & l Co
llllo It. 11. Co., Pfd
Illln It. It. Co., Com....
Hon. II. AM. Co
llUWUIIliU l'lm-llliliti, Co .
do douss.lij,,, pd..
Pnhang Ituli. Co, (I'd)..
1'nhang " (Abs. 4o.i I'd)
Haw. Tor. 4 (FlroCI.) ..
Cal. Ilcct Sug. i Iter. Co. 4
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Dllch Cm
Haw. Irrgtu, Co. 0s
Haw. Com, & Sua. Co. 5 v
llllo It. It. Co., Issuul'JUl
llllo It. It. Co.. Con. '. ...
Houokan Sugar. Co., C ..
linn. It. T. &1,. Co. Kl ...
Kauai Ity. Co. Cs
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. Cm
OalMiIL ft I,. Co. 5
Oaliu Sugar Co. b
I'ac. Sug. Mill Co. d
Pioneer .Mill Co. CJS
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
HAI.ns Iletwecn IloarilM: so Mc
llrydo, 4.37!,,; 1UII Olna, $1,23; 70
Olaa, $4.25; WO Olaa, $1.23; 23 Oaliu
Sup. Co.. $211.73; 20 Oaliu Sug. Co.,
$26.75; 1(1 WiilnttlH, $IHI; ID Kwa,
$2S,75; 73 Iliinokaa. $13.ll2i.j; 23 llo-
liouaa. $13.C2i...; J Oaliu Sag. Co..
$2.73; 10 Walalua, $1UU; 5 Walalua.
Session Suich: 3 Mrllrvdn. JI..17I.
1 Kwa. $28.73; 23 Oaliu Sag. Co..
-'..on; 25 Oahu Sug. Co.. $2C50; 311
Oaliu Hug. Co., $2li.30; 3 Oaliu Sug.
Latest sunsr nuotatlon 3.EB cents
$77.20 per ton.
.Beetsjs II l-4il
MIfllt' WATESIUSE IMS)' (0.
Member 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 or Honolulu stock ana
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Staneenwnld Bldg,, 102 Merchant St.
Chns. R. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 Kinp St.
IV is c U j li u 1 1 c 1 1 n f 1 iur jt-ar.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour, I.rwIh Stable,
A cool beer nt (he Anchor Saloon
curio den. Don't toiK'-' It
H niir liorio or ilog l xlck A. It.
Itowut I). V. S, Phone 21211
Dressmaking done li Mr. Nclllo
J. Drown, '.'OS lloston llldg.
Keep In the home a cuxc nt tho fam
ous Pi lino Ilccr. It Ih Hie best tunic
Tor this climalc.
Failure to vupport Is the ground on
which Agnes I'edln is nulhg TIiouiiih
Pedro for divorce.
The Itoyal Dancing Academy will
glo Iho regular dance In tho Odd
FcllmvH' Hall tonight.
Secretary' H. A. Muti-Smlth iiud MrH.
Mott-Smlth will bo pu!ictigcr8 to the
Coast on the Siberia tomorrow.
Pay cash and ask, fur green stumps.
They're freo. Call at thu show rooms
and seo what you get frco for
Harold Godfrey has been elected
sporting editor of Trl-Weekly Handi
craft, tho olllclal paper of Kamehnmo
For distilled water, Hire's loot
Deer anil all other popular drinks.
Il!ng up Phono 2171. Consolidated
Manager Dole, of (ho local Pineap
ple cannery, goes to the coast tomor
row on a biiHlnesa trip. He will sail
on tho Siberia.
Arbor Day was observed by the pup
IIh of St. Andrew's Cathedral schools
during the forenoon. Interesting
talks were made by prominent people.
The Tax Office Is not required ta
notify you of the amount of your tax
es. Ths safest way it to call at the
Tax Office and ascertain what, If any
taxes, you owe.
Insist on tho man at t Is - Soda Foun
tain giving you C.voidu (linger Ale.
It In the most delicti us (linger Alo
made. Hy thb enso limn Kyeiofl'H
lAuiu'uIn Soda Works, telephone 2270.
The Unlon-Pacine Transfer Co.
t,ttf.u f, utxtnl'tlll. I.f fllt-tilt...... .,..,1
piano moving having wagons for this
particular purpose ami men who tin
derstand their business. Telephone
Circuit Judge Whitney this morning
granted tho nun-suit In tho case of
Carl Ontul, Henry Ontal and .l.itncs
Ontal agirfiiKt Georgo Itelnltz and I
Alinna. The case InvoUcd oxeeutlou
on n crop of growing uwa in tho dis
There was some hustling at Iho
pineapple cannery yesterday, when
three carloads of pines came In unex
pectedly. Tho cannery was being dis
mantled In preparation for tho win
ter's: shut down and hits of tho ma
chinery bad already been oiled and
packed away. ,
The llrsl statement of election ex
pense has been iniuto to Secretary
Mott-Smlth by K. II. Itatliburn, de
feated Democratic: nominee for tho
cost Ilathburn $37 to bo defeated. Ho
took the place on the Hourbon ticket
of "Untidy" Morhe, who left for the
coast before tho election.
Oovernor Krear this morning an
nounced the appointment of Olaf Sor
eiiEon to bo 11 member of tliu Hoard of
Liquor License Commlssloncr-i In
placo of Alfred Castle, who 1ms re
signed Iniin the Hoard, following his
election to tho Territorial House of
llcproisontutlves on tho Itep'iblkan
J. H. 1.OV0, of the local lire depart
ment, received the iiowh yesterday of
tlio death of Dick Stanley, tho world's
champion rough rider. Stanley was
taking part In an exhibition of brou-cho-biirftlng
ut Point Arena when his
liorso reared and fell on him, render
ing him unconscious and from which
he never recovered.
A quartet of Japanese who had
been arrested and charged with hav
ing Indulged In Iho pastime of win
ning money through a llcklo gamo of
chance wcro released at police head
luartera this morning following 11
hearing of their case. It was found
thut thero was an liisulllclcucy of ev
Idenro to convict.
A member of tho Honolulu Vncht
Club called at tho II 11 1 I e t I 11 of
II e this morning for tho purpose of
putting all concerned right as to the
cnuiBo of tho yachlH 011 Sunday, lie
tinted that the rouito us published
by tho morning paper Is wrong. Tho
course will ho from the spur buoy
at entrance of harbor, around btake
boat anchored oil tho Irwin plarei
WalMkl, their i) mound' stnko nt
Pearl Harbor, thence bark to hell
and spar ut Honolulu liurbor en
trance. AN HONEST DOCTOR
remarked to liU patient who luid
licen cured hy I.udla K. I'liiltliutu'it'
Vi'Kutuhli) Compound alter liU cr
fort hiild fa J ledj "Mm. Welior, I do1'
not hclievo In patent meilleliier, hut
I wilt ray that l.ydla K. Plnkliam'H
VfRi'tiibln Couiiouiiil la the hentnieil
li'ln over dlseovored for women.
Continue to uso II." TIiIm Is an
other link in the long dinln of evi
dence to piovo the rcllahlllty of tilt
standard medicine for women.
Tho Kouiuu hoat dlhtovcred in the
Thames In uxcuvatlug for u now
County Hull, Ixiinloii, (hioui;li coIiih
cvlileutly dropped by accident through
chinks In Hr dock, him boon proved to'
belong to tno period of ('arauslus. who
ruled nR Kmporor In llrlliiln neven
yearn, and was murdered In Loudon nt
the end of tho third century by Allee
tU8. It waa probably a ferryboat,
(Continued from 'Pact 1)
on the pictures 01 the Girls' Scho.il
Theio will bo singing by the stiidt'nisi
of thtcu cchoois. lleforo the closing
of thu program, the boyM fiom tho
Manual 1 raining department will
plant the trees nu the grounds. Iml
lallons hnvo been scut out to fi lends
of (ho schools to iillend the exercise
At the Normal School this morning,
Mrs. Krear, wile of Governor Knar,
and Mrs. Dorcuius Scudder talked to
the students on two Impoitunt stib
Jcc's. Mis. Picar who talked on tho sub
ject of tno "Caic of tho Child" was
listen) il to most tittcnlUcly. She cov
eted Iho subject clearly.
Mis. Scuddcr. who iclurned recent
lv fnnu 1111 oxteiislvn trln iirmiiiil llm
world, nmko on the "Cons-nation it!
the Child." Mrs. Scudder Is an lit'
tercftlng speaKet, and was glxcn duo
attention by tnc students anil faculty
of the school. A giHid pmgram was
glun In conncclton with the talks. I
At the College or Hawaii no special
exercises wero held tills morning til '
commemoration of tho Conservation
Day, but It will bo Informally observ
ed. Dr. .1. T. McDonald, one of the best
known physicians or this city talked
to the students at tho High Hchool
this morning on physical conserva
tion. At Kalulanl and Knuluwctn schools,
tho pupils were busy this morning
wllli their programs. Many parents
The pupils of tho Kallhlwaena
School had something to do, too, this
morning, ncslde going thiough tho
exercises which wcro especially ar
ranged hy the teachers, they planted
ninny young trees. Some of the plants
were brought down irom tho Kallhl
Tho girls of St. Androw's Priory
observed Conservation' Day In Davis
Memoilal Hall at 11 o'clock this morn
ing. The program suggested for uso
in public schools by tho national riv
ers and harbors congress was follow
ed throughout the entire time.
Mrs. Moses, Dr. Hodglns and Dr.
High, spoko on "The Prevention of
ITCH HKMKVKD AT ONTK.
That terrlbln Itch disappears with
tho KlItST DHOI'3 of D. 1). it. Pro
scription. It kills all skin disease
germs Instantly, A soothing, healing
lotion, used externally only. Hono
lulu Drug Co.
Local agent to rcpiesent a New York
firm In the notion Hue on a com.
mission basis. Strictly legltlmato
imposition. Appll ant must be
ablu to furnish bond Tor $3011 to
cover minium of samples. Ail
diess, statins; references, "T.",
care livening Hullelln.
Hawaiian hum h. Owner can have
ta by calling at this ofllee ami
proving property. 1772-St
A newljl Iniliy bungalow, tomplclo
with all modern Improvements, In
Ocean View Tract, Apply Kal-I
in ii !( Laud Co,, Ltd. 1 172-It
I'liio lino of now suitings recently
lereived, Latest diagonal weuvtM
made up to the highest dictates or
fashion, J. K. Itoeha, room 3
Young htilldlug. 1772-lt
IJUhn &. Illanchard - Kiom tho City
of Pa rln. Dressmaking and ro
liiodellug. 175 llerctunla street,
Kalmukl piopcrty for property In
either .Muklkl or around Punch
bowl. Apply Kalmukl l.und Co.,
Ltd. 4772 It
y, - TO-DAY
IN Till! CIUCI'IT COl'IlT OV TIIK
I'll st Clicult, Territory or Hawaii.
At Chambers. M. Oyama vs. Klml
Ojama. Dlvor'e. Notlco po'nduncy
of Action. Tho Torrltory of Hawaii
to Klml Oyuma, greeting: Take no
tice that (hero js now pending In
tlin nhovo entitled Court n certain
libel for dlvorro llfed against you by
M.' Oynnin, on the ground of deser
tion, and that said libel will be
heard and tho case determined by
thu Third Judge of said Court, at
clinmhcis In tho courtlioiuu In Ho
nolulu, at i)::i0 o'clok a. in. on the
20th day of January, 1911, or as
toon thereafter as may be. Dated
nt Honolulu this the UHi alnv of,
N'ovember, 1010. M. T. RI.MOXTON.
1772- Nov. 11. 18. 25; Dee. 2, Oj
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XT R A nnnT
SILVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd.,
Elks' Bid., King Street
A World Beater
lu l3 ,iTi - "SBSMSSMBMSMSBr i-f tr 1 t ' . M 1 1 J
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Guaranteed for ten years. The only
Sanitary Spring made.
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
Limited, Local Agents
In late and artistic designs, hand-toned and carved, for the
autumn demand, linvc just tctn rectfved.
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Annual Showing of
Complete Stock.' Unsurpassed Values
in Table Linens, Napkins, Runners,
t Squares, Linen Sheeting, Pillow Cotton
lCvery 50c purchase entitles you to
One Coupon for the Magnificent
PIANO to be given to the person
receiving niost votes by 9 p.m. on
Nobbiest of this
season's styles '
SHE SLEEPS ON A "LEGGETT"
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