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EVENING DOLLETJN, HONOLULU, T. H., KKIDAY. NOV IS. laid.
SHOES THAT WEAR WELL AND LOOK WELL ALWAYS.
FOOT WEARY MEN DO NOT WEAR PACKARDS. STYLE
AND SNAP AND COMFORT ARE FOUND IN EVERY PAIR.
ALL SIZES, ALL STYLES AND ALL NEW.
M'Inerny Shoe Store
Fort S.rcct, Juit Above King Street
("Pratt, the Land Man")
''I ' Etc., Etc.
125 Merchant Street Honolulu
iO TIL 100 FEET
Excellent Building Site
ON KALim ROAD
Macadamized Streets Electric Lights
nnu water Ho Stone Fine
' PRICE, $275-EASY TERMS
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
$ 200 Wne Lot nt Pimniil nvenuo.
..-ur v.uuuiry uiuo; rillxlUti.
$ 200 oarli Two Lota nt Wiilal.io
llelKlits, partly Improved, near
car lino; GOxlOO each.
$1300 I-nrgo House anil corner Lot
nt Wlnam avenue, Knlmukl;
11,410 square feet. Ordinal
rust over $3000.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
Stop Paying Rent
r ttt the
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO. '
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St,
$500 to $15,000
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Me chant St. Telephone 2780
C. L. HOPKINS
Bysfematizer, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai-"
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid?. HOURS
9 a. m. to 4 d. m.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Oflicc Corner Hotel and Smith
Streets. P. 0. Box 940. Phone 2380.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California hni
NeW York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage License; Drawi
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills, of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for th
IlWrirt Onnrts 79 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAVER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
Do You Want To
Be Rich ?
Certainly, If you aro like
most people; put what PltAC
TICAI, steps are you taking
to get any nearer tho rich
Try tho MOST PRACTICAL
Btep of opening a Savings Ac
roimt anil regularly deposlt
l"B n portion of your earn
ings. BanR. of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
works out tho Moa of enahllng a
man to liulhl up an estate without
Young man, Jtnt Blurting llfo,
consider what this means to you
and jour wlfu or fuinlly.
Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
M. VIERRA, Prop.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc, iiinnufuctiiied liy tho Bulletin
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box C07
StocR and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, Nov. 18.
NAMR OF STORK,
C. Brewer Co
Ewr Plantation Co
Hawaiian Auric. Co
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kuhuku Plantation Co. ..
Keknhn Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllrydu Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomca Sugar Co
Olan Sugar Co. Ltd
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Par He Sugar Mill
Pal.i Plantation Co
P"ivekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlalua Agrlc. Co
I'luku Sugar Co
Wulmnnalo Sugar Co
Wi.lmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian lllectrle Co. ...
Hon. 1L T. & L Co , l'ref. .
Hon. It. T. & I., Co, Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu It. & I.. Co
Hilo It. It. Co., I'M
Illlo 11. It. Co., Com....
Hon. n. &M.Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tnujong Olok H.C.. pel up
do doass.e; pd..
Puhang Huh. Co. (I'd)..
Pahnng " (Ass. 40?. Pd)
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Cal. Beet 8ug. & Iter. Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Cs
I law. I rrgtn. Co. Cs
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 1
Illlo 11. It. Co., Issue 19U1
Hlloll.lt. Co., Con. G ...
Honokaa Sugar Co.. C . .
lion. II. T. &I,.Co.G ...
Kauai Hy. Co. Cs
Kohal.i Ditch Co. Cs
McUryde Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. Cs
Oahu II. &U Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 0
Olaa Sugar Co C
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. Cs
Pioneer Mill Co. G
Wnlalua Agrlc Co. 5 . . .
SALES Hotween Hoards: 20 Hon.
II. & -M. Co, S20.75; 40 Hon. II. & J.
Co.. 20.75; 35 Hon. II. ft j. Co.,
$20.75; 40 Ewa. $27: 23 Rwn. 137- on
Kv.-.-i $27; 20 Wnlalua inn- s v,.ir.i.
$90; $3000 Haw. Irr. Os, $101.50; $1000
lino 1901 cs, $100; $1000 Honokaa Cm.
$102.50; 50 Wnlalua, $90; 50 Wnlalua,
Session Sales. 5 Illlo Com. $11; 100
uian. J4; 20 Oahu Su-;. Co. $21.60;
$1000 P. S. M. fis $102: 20 Oalm Rnr.
Co., $24.50; 5 Oalm Sug. Co., $24.50,
111 Wnlalua. $89: 5 Wnlnlim. 1M- m
Wnlalua. $S9; 10 Oahu Bug. Co., $24..
60; 25 Wnlalua. $S8: 25 Wninin.i t.
5. Wulalun. $88; 6 Wnlalua, $88; 25
Latest tugir quotation 3.87 cents
or S77.40 per ton.
Sugar, 3 87cts
Bents, Js 34 d
riENRV WATERHOUSE TRUST 0.
Memben Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Stock and Eond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BQOKERS
Memben Honolulu stock and Bond
Stangenwald Bide, 102 Merchant St.
Dr. (1. W Clark, the populnr sur
geon of thn Oceanic steamship Si
erra, will be among those who will!
leave for the volrano this afternoon
by the Manna Kea, '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autoa, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables. ,
A cool beer nt tho Anchor Saloon
curio den. Don't forget It.
If your horo or dog Is sick. A It.'
Ilownt, D, V. S. Phone 2429. 1
Tho I .ami Hoard failed to Innlc-'
rlallze yesterday afternoon. I
It goes without saying tbat every-'
thing Is Best at The Encore. j
J. T McCmsson will leave for the
eoait on the China tomorrow I
Six-chair shop; no long waits.'
Silent Barber Shop. Hotel street.
.MnJ. and Mrs. C. A. Long will lene
for the Coast on the next Sierra
C. W. Ash ford, the attorney. Is
hack fiom a business trip to Hawaii
and Mntil ports. 1
Whitney & Marsh nnnounco n great
silk special for Monday next. Soo
their window display.
The Koyal Dancing Academy will
give the regular danc In the Odd
Fellows' Hall tonight.
Salted almonds nnd pecans In glass
J.krs at Henry May ft Co., the leading
grocers. Telephone 1271, '
E. W. Berndt, 11 local business man, ,
wus among tho returning passengers
arriving by tho Sierra this morning I
Carl Smith, innnager of the recent
Itepuhllcan campaign on Hawaii, goon
back to Illlo on the Mautin Ken to
Dr. C. B. Cooper, looking thn pic
ture of health, has returned to Hono
lulu after 11 brief visit to the main
land. Pay cash nnd ask for green stumps.
They're freo. Call at the show rooms
and see what you got free for
For distilled water. Hire's Root
Beer and all other iioputar drinks
Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated
7.. Oldfluld nnd Mrs. Oli'held. who
nrrlu-d 'from Han Francisco this
morning, will take up work at the
New Savoj Theater.
Tlicro will 1,0 a meeting of the
Mnuoa Improvement Club on next
Monday cveulyg nt the residence or
Judgo Cooper, 'ut 7:30.
Coming down hero to begin nnrk
on the new Honolulu ind Terrltorl.il
directory. It. W. Iloblnsuu wus an ur
rlval by the steamer Sierra this morn
lug. A. (Inrtcnberg, accompanied by
Mm. dartenborg, aru back from a trip
to the Stntes, they arriving nt Hono
lulu this morning by the steamer
II. M. Tbompjon nnd Mrs. Thomp
son, passengerx by thfc Plcrm, nro
wiill-to-ilo people from Piuuulf-nii and
nro here to spend several weeks vis
iting the I'lnnds.
Mrs. Churchill HarveyMftler, wid
ow of tho Into newspaper man who
met death nt tho explosion In tho of
fice of the I.OS Angeles Times, has
returned to Honolulu, by the Sierra.
After Collecting a largo amount of
data to bo Incorporated In future
llleinry wOlks, Mrs. K, H. Dyp, tho
writer nnd lunellst, has returned
fiom a visit to lluwnll and the vol
cano. At tho completion of an operation.
Dr. W. T. Brlghum, curutor nt Bishop
Museum, has returned to Honolulu
nfter a brief stay on the mainland. He
wus among the passengers who ar
rived by thu Sierra this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A 8. Baker, well
known In church nnd mlKslonury cir
cles nnd stationed ut Kouu district, on
Hawull, huva returned from a visit
to tho mainland. They arrived by tho
Oceanic steamship Sierra this, morn-
Much Improved in health, Mrs, J. '
.1. Ourey, uceompii'ilcd by her litis-1
hand, Dr. J. J. Cnrcv. has returned
from a MMt to the nutnlnnd. While
nt Chicago, Mrs. Curey was tnken '
suddenly 111, and nn opcrutlon, was
J. S. Irby, n Colorado Stain Senator,
Is among the passengers that arrived
ut Honolulu this morning by thu Sier
ra. Mrs. Irby accompanies Mm mid
they propose to spend several weeks
visiting the points of Interest
throughout the Islands.
There was n slight auto mlxup on
Pioepert street jesterday. Another
rear-end collision oerurred on Klug
street, caused l(y the sudden stop
ping of a delivery wagon. It might
have been worsu had not tho rhnuf.
feur quickly plugged the machine. '
W. J. Conroy, tho well known San
Francisco wholesale millinery man.
Is In Honolulu with his Foventeen
trunkB filled with the very latest
wrinkles In Indies' headgear, Mr.
Conroy will inako a tour of thu Is
lands before returning to tho coast,
C. C. Von Hninni, ut the head of the
von Ilamin-Voting Company, has re
turned lo the Inlands nflcr nn extend
ed business trip throughout tho
Stntes. Accompanying Mr von Hninui
wpro six lino new niilomohlles Intend
ed for the garage over which he pro
sides, Tho Christian nndeavor Society of
Central Union churuh will give a
swimming party nt the Outrigger pa
vilion this ovoulng, lo which nil
members and friends are Invited'.
Supper will he served nt 7 o'eloek,
nnd swimming will bo Indulged In
nt S. Come one; come nil,
Complete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery, Aildreii P.
0, Box 207, Honolulu.
These shirts are well known for their perfect fit and
excellence of the needle-work. We have them at
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
Silva's Toggery, M.
Elks' Building King St
NOT BE EXCITED
Government Has No Present
Intention of Taking More
The I'nltnd Stntes government has
no present Intention of taking more
beach figntngo between Fort Do
I tunny nnd Diamond Head, nnd tho
wouUl-he. alarmists on thin proposi
tion need not get excited, according
to a rcKjrt made yesterday nflcr.
noon to the Promotion Committee by
W. II, Hoogs. Mr. Hoogs wus ap
pointed to confer with Mnlor Win-
slow of tho IT. s. Knglueer'H office ti
see If any preparations to get nioro
frontage for fortifications are In
view, and rcorted that none arc. I
Mr. Hoogs also balled on I(ear-
Admiral ltees to seu what could ho.
done about leinovlug thn fence '
uroiind the naval station, which somoj
111 inu 111 11 ui-iiiiy -imuut-u leguni a
an eyesore. It was suggested to Mr.
Hoogs, however, that the fen o
might be removed If the streets near
the station were kept In better con
dition and thu dust laid.
Tho Promotion Committee com
mended the new cardboard hangers
Illustrating Hawaiian sports, nnd nn
order for larger ones will he Imme
Thu Hundred Thousand Club.
whlrh was organized yesterday, was
unanimously Indorsed, nnd tho two
organizations will work In conjunc
tion and harmony.
Secretary Wood's weekly letter
showing publicity results wns read
and npproved. During the meeting
one' Of It. K. I Ion I lie's movlng-plr
turo devl i-h was shown, an mtng
onul revolving stand with transpar
ent vlowp, which will be opeiuted in
tho windows at night.
I.ulntid S. Coifnef-s, editor of tho
Hawaii Herald, Is In tho city on bus
In ess and plcasiiie. He unhcd this
morning In the Manna Ken.
NEW - TODAY
IN THU CIHCUIT COUUT OK TUB
First Circuit, Tenltory of Hawaii,)
-At Chambers, lu Probate. In tho
mntler of tho Ksttitit of Marin Julia'
Mucettn, olhprwlko known as Maria
Jiila, do eased. On reading and 111-,
Ing tho Petition of Amos Macetta of.
Honolulu, Oahu, alleging that Maria1
Julia Macetta, otherwlno known at'
Mnrin Jiila, of Honolulu, Oahu. died
Intestate at Honolulu, Oahu, on the
8lh day of August, A. D. 1910, IcaV
Ing property within thu Jurisdiction
of this Court necessary to be admin
istered upon, and praying that l.et
tern of Administration issue to Amos
Macetta, a sou of suld deceased; It Is
Ordeied, Hint Saturday, tho :Mth day
of Diy.-omher, A. I). 1910, nt 10
o'clock a, in., bo and hereby Is ap
pointed for hearing wild Petition In
the court loom of this Court lu thfl
Judiciary building, lu tho City and
County of Honolulu, nt which tlmo
nnd place all persons coiuurued may
nppcar and show canto, If nny they
have, why said Petition should not
he granted. Dated, Honolulu, No
vember 10, 1910. By the Court: M.
T. SIMONTON, Cloik. Circuit Court,
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
(Seal.) 1'rnnk Audi ado, attorney fur
petitioner, SH Knahuiuaiiii street,
Honolulu, T. II.
4778 Nov. 18, 25; Dec. 2, U.
"E. & W."
In many different
Materials and Patterns
If you want something entirely different for the
Thanksgiving Dinner in the way of place cards,
or for Christmas in tho wayp.f presents that will
best show your thoughtfulness and good taste, the
ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP has it,
Artistic Picture Framing.
YOU ARE ALWAYS
IF YOU PHONE
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEIIBR0N & I0UIS Proprietor
NEW TRIVIMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON TIIE WIMELMINA
K. UYEDA !028NuuanuSt.
Annual Showing of
Unsurpassed values in TABLE DAMASK NAP
KINS, and SETS of CLOTHS AND NAPKINS in
ROUND or SQUARE.
NEW SHIPMENT MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
y VOTING FOR THE MAGNIFICENT
Every 50c purchase entitlcs'the Customer to one
Coupon. Have your friends save their votes.
Kodak Developing and Piinting
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YOUR ORDER TO 1814
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