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EVBN1N3 tlOLMSTiN. HONOLULU, T. It. S.Tt!M)AY. NOV. 2fi, 1910.
A Pair of
Shoes '"" 4
will not be a
Mlnerny Shoe Store
Fort Street, Ju.t Abovc King Street
JAS. W. PRATT
("Pratt, the Land Man")
125 Merchant Street Honolulu
Will buy a
BEACH LOT near
Excellent Sea Front Residence
sites. Fruit heej and crass grow
ing on lots.
TRUSTS. REAL ESTATL AND
Cor. Merchant and Alakea Sis.
$ 200 Fine Lot at Ptiunul avenuo,
near Country Club; COxlOS.
$ 200 eac'' Two Lota at Walulao
Heights, partly Improved, near
car linn; fiOxlOO each.
11300 Largo House, and corner Lot
at Wlnnm' avenue, KalinukI
11,449 square feet. Original
east over $3000.
P. E. R.
74 S. King Street
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Met chant St. Telephone 2780
C. L. HOPKINS
Systematizer, Notary Public Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
0 a. m. to 4 p. m.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Sm'th
Streets. P. 0. Box 040. Phone 2380.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California nai
Mtvi York: NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant MarritM License-; Drawi
Mortgages, D--di, Billw of Sale,
Leases. Wills. Etc. Attorney for th
DI-lrlM Courts 'P MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAl'ER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort ard Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
.There Is no bettor nld to
rare fill living than n Savings
When making estimates for
your monthly dlslimsonieiitB
include a sum to tin deposit
ed In our Savings Depart
ment. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus;
Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
M. VIERRA, Prop.
Illank books of all sorts, ledgeis
etc, iiianufnc'iireii by the II 11 1 1 h 1 1 1
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box C07
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 528
LI r. t, p. t , ,
nOnOlUlU MOCK CXChange
Saturday, Nov. if,,
NAMR OK STOCK. DM. Asked.
Cllrewer k Co
Kwn Plantation cm.
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. & bug. Co. ...
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomti Hugai Co
I JO '4
I' Hnnokan Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plint.
Kahukii Plantation Co. ..
Kckaba Sugar Co
Kolo.i Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomeii Siigir Co
Olan Sugar Co. Ltd
I'aatihau Sucar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantrtlnn Co
Popeokeo Sugar Co
Mincer Mill Cti
Wnlnliia Agrlc. Co
Walliiku Sugar Co
Wnlmanalo Si.gar Co
YVnlmca tjui;.i Mil! Co. ..
Inter-Island Hio.nn N. Co.
Hawaiian KleclrlcCo. ...
Hon. R.T.&I. Co. Prof .
Hon. K. T.& 1. Co, Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Hllo 11. . Co.. Pfd
llllo II. It. Co., Com....
Hon, H. AM. Co
Hawaiian Pliienpplo Co. .
Tnnjung Olok U.C.. pd up
do doass.li." pd..
Paluiug lilih. Co. t I'll) . .
Paining (Ass. 411 J I'd I
Haw. Tor. 4 (Fire CI.) ..
Haw. Tcr. 4
Cat. Hoot Siir. &. Itof. Co. (
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
, Upper DltehCs
'07 5 j
Haw. Irrgtn. Cr. fis
Haw. Com. & Sug Co. 5
Hllo II. It Co.. Issue PJIU
Hllo It. It. Co., Con. f, ...
llonokna Sugar Co., 0 . ,
Hon. Il.T.&L.Co.GZ ...
Kauai Ity Co. Cs
Kohala Ditch Co. Bs
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. (is
Oahu Sugar Co. 6
Ohm Sugar Co 0',
Puo. Sug. Mill Co. Cs . . . . ,
PloneerMIII Co. f,
Walalua Acrlc Co. 5 ...
SAI.KS llctwcon Hoards: 5 Plo.
neor. $100; 15 Pioneer. $1B0; 100 Kwn,
S2ii; 13.1 Kwa, $2ii; r. Walalua, 180;
ln Haw. Pino. Co., 131.50; $1000 Pio
neer Cs. $101.50; $11.01,0 llonokaa 0s.
Latest sugsr quotation 3.91 cents
er $78.20 per ton.
Beet?, 9s 3-4d
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stnngenwnld Bldg., 102 Merchant St,
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Beit in the Market
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LVXATIVB HROMO-Ql'ININB, re
moves the cause. Used the world over
tc euro a cold in one day. U, V,
(JUOVU'S signature on each Ihjx. Mad
IHUIJ MtrtllCINIS CO., Saint UuU. U. 3, A.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
llelhcl SI. Hark Sin ml, I'hmic U:i.
Try n ense of Plncetnr. It In ,uro
Pillow loiM nml Catlsou Currier's
embroidery silk at Miss Woodwards.
The Honolulu Times lor December
iniulo Its bow to the public this morn
liiB. Attorney Mclirlde thinks of locating
In Konn, according to the Kohnla
If you want n Mood Job done on mi
mitu or carriage take it to Hawaiian
aCnrrlage Mlg. Co., 42 Queen St.
J. I.. YituiiK. of thu Lord-Young on-
glneerlng company, returned on the
.Manna Ken today lioin a trip to llllo.
'unu nl"' rtuiiIon of the Na-
tlonal (luard will be held on Decern-
I ,er 2.
Pay cash nnd ask for green stamps,
They're free. Call at tho show rooms
and see what you get free for
William McKlnley l-odgo No. 8, K.
of P., will meet tills evening at 7:30
o'clock at K. of P. hall. Nomination
The Union-Pacific Transfer Co. aro
Ilio people to see about packing, ship
ping or storing your household goods.
Telephone 187 1.
The Hawaiian hand will play this
afternoon at the opening cxcreclscs
or the Mld-Puclflc Institute In Mauo.i
Tor distilled water. Hire's Hoot
Deer and nil other popular drinks.
King up Phono 2172. Consolidated
Dr. High lias purchased a valuable
lot In Piiunul at Hie head of l.llllia
sliecl. Ills present home Is to bo
taken by Harry 'Armitage.
Mrs. M. V. Sloan, faililonnblo dress
making. Distinction and evelushe-
tiess In reception anil (veiling gowns.
C0-B1 Alex. Young llulldllig.
(let rid of inosiiultoes by lltllng tho
low prices In your yard. P. M. Pond,
conti actor, will give you an estimate
on filling mid grading. Telephone
(Ileal Interest Is being taken In
the C't Mausoleum particulars of
Ahlch tiny bo obtained at the otlleo
of Hie Townsend I'liilertaklng Co., 9
llcietanln stieet. -
Monilaj, Tuesday ami Wednesday
are special bargain days at Sachs.
Many new dross fubrlcs nro to be sold
at unusually low prices. Tho social
list also Includes ribbons nnd towel
The Republicans nnd successful
Itcpubllcan candidates will go down
to !,nle today for a big luau and
rally which Is to" be given In their
honor by tile voters of KaTiiiku and
Tho rooms at the Hotel Majestic,
corner of Knit and Ilerelnuln streets
aro exceptionally cool getting as they
do the breezes from tho mountain,:.
Wide Iannis In the rear afford a most
attractive resting place.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club last
night delded to hold Its annual
election of olllccrs at the first meet
ing In January. Plans wcro ills
ciiFBcil for the annual Hums enter
Mr. Whlto broke his army last week
In n rather curious manner. It he
came numb while ho was sleeping,
and ho struck It against tho bed to
waken It, and broke the bono. Ko
Miss llarnes, principal of tho Kona
waena School, Is Interested In Hie
Hoy Scout movement, mid Is prepar
ing the larger boys for an organiza
tion when a Scout Master Is found.
An epidemic of runaways occur
red yesterday afternoon In the bus
iness section of tho city when a
team of dray horfces became frighten,
ed and In their (light bumped into
several other vehl 'les.
Taking Issue with a report 011 the
prevalence of tuberculosis sent out
by thn Pnlnnia Settlement, Dr. V. U
Moore states that there are about
230 i-ises only In tho entire terri
tory. His statement has opened up
a good-natured controversy.
Speaking before the Manna Im
provement Club last Monday evening
Superintendent of Public Works
Marston Campbell declared that
$500,000 is needed for enlarging and
extending Honolulu's water system
and that bonds to that amount must
lm provided for.
Arrangements nro well under way
for the annual free Christmas dinner
for the poor of Honolulu to be given
by tho Salvation Army. Members of
the Army have been Investigating
worthy rases for the dinner, which Is
In bo sent, as usual, to tho homes of
tho poor In baskets, There will bo
also the usinl Christmas treo for hun
dreds of poor chlblren,
Tho Junior Auxlllnry of St. An
drew's Cathedral will hold a "hag"
sale on Dee. 3rd In tho storo lately
occupied by Castlo & Cooke. Merchant
stieet. In time to' catch
n. m. at
malls, commencing at 9
which they will sell fnnry nnd plain
work Ings opera, party, handkerchief,
shoe, laundry and In fact Incs of ev
ery known r.ort nnd description,
Two thoroughbred Jersey heifers
nre In Honolulu, having been pur-
chafed on Hie Const by Cbnrles It.
Frailer while he wai visiting the
mainland recently. Tho Jerseys were
Innlmleil In tlm ltrl7i-wlnttlm Btfwif
owned by Dr. Fell of Humboldt mid A1'" A,," ' keeping some busv
well known throughout California.:"1 ,'1" l':"l- ,,fl '" ,,"'ot ''ul
One of the Jerseys will be kepi by Mr. ! Mo"'p "' " teii.-round mrM, In New
I Fishier and one will be dlsnosed of , York today. Pal Mooro Is .. young-
We got away from the conventional in
When we placed our last order:
These cases arc very strongly made hut lighter than the case
you have had, and there is something decidedly attractive
about the linings. TheScotch Plaid, for instance its fetching.
Not a had idea for a Christmas present, eh?
NEW - TODAY'
DEUTSCH EVAN0EL1SCH LUTH
Infolgc Hrkrnnkiiug den llerr Pas
tor Kelmy facllt der (inttesdlcnsl
Fowle der Kllidergottesdleiist bis nut
Weltcres aus. Der Vorstand.
Furnished rottagc 011 Alewa Heights.
Address W. L, Hatou nl II11 1
1 e t I 1, olllce, or apply 011 pel du
lses, 47SI tr
Diamond llroach, between Fort St.
and Diamond Head. Ilewrad If
leturncd to this olllce. 4S4 -at
LaJy's Sweater, white, lost Thurs
day morning, Niiiianii Pall Itoad.
Return to this office. 478:1. lit
P. O. Ilex (138.
and harness horse, 5
Address Shatter, this
Second-hand Remington Typewriter
In first cIiibs condition. Price
$.",0.00. Address "K. M.." this
Sewtng machine (White) for sale.
Tiegloan I'laW No. 9.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
llrand new lliiugnlow. Two bed
rooms. Kxiiulslto mountain and
innrlno view, Kiilmukl, one block
off car line. Price $1000.00. Don't
nniwor unless you mean business.
Address P. O. Ilox 5fi7. 4783 4t
A C00l IIIMMMHII.Kll.
With the approach of hot weather 11
number of women Buffer from exces
sive bodily moisture. If not carefully
guarded against this Is fatal to all
Tl.11 woman who porsplre3 must not
stint on laundry bills. She should
never wear underclothes that are not
above suspicion us far as odor Is con
cerned. Frequent bathing Is n necessity. He
sides 11 hath each morning the wash
cloth should bo freely used at other
A little ammonia or borax In warm
water Is oxccllent In case of excessive
moisture. Dusting with tiilcuiii powder
or orris root uftcr tho bath will bo
foe nil bell, fill.
I Shields should be changed frequent-
, ly.and there are many kinds of odor-
lois shields that are very good, al
though they are 11 trlllo more oxpon
she than the other varieties. Most
shields ran he washed, but they are
Boldiuu any good aflerward.
There Is less temptation In wear
shields long If they nre pinned In Willi
small safety plus than when they are
securely sewed to the wnlst.
I A good powder Is made of one part
Ballcyllc acid In threo of boractc acid,
the whole mixture scented with orris
Dust perspiring hands with boric ,
acid before pulling on gloves mid j
batho the hands mien with cologne or i
alcohol. Ventilated gloves are a great
ster who has been coming very full.
AS Christmas approaches thoughts go out to friends who are
to be remembered by gi'ts of incxcnsivc or costly articles.
The appreciation is kecacr for useful things than for those
that are for ornament only. We commend:
THERMOS BOTTLES $4.75 to $ 7.00
MANICURE SETS 3.50 to 7.00
GILLETTE RAZORS 5.00 .to . 7.50
PHYSICIANS' BAGS AND CASES 2.50 to 10.50
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMES. . .50 to C.50
TOILET WATER 75 to 2.00
HAIR BRUSHES l'.OO'to 5.00
HAIR BRUSHES, MILITARY '3.75 "to 8.00
SMOKERS' SILVER SETS , 4.CQ to 7,50 ,
INFANTS' PUFF BOXES 50 to 1.50
TOURIST TOILET SETS '. 4.00 to 9 00
MEDITERRANEAN BATH SPONGES IN
FANCY BOXES 1.25 to 2.75
RUBBERSET LATHER BRUSHES ' .50 to 2.52
IMEORTED BAY RUM 1.00:fo "l'.75
ALUMINUM SHAVING MUG3 ',75 .
GERMAN WEATHER COTTAGES 1.00
Hans' Candy, Sachet Powder, Mirrors
Aluminum Drinking Cups,
Any of them will be appro 'latcj by anone fortunate enough to
be the recipient.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Tort fc Hotel St
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP'
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1C97 ELITE BUILDINO
OUR stock of WHOLESALE CANDIES, from
which sweets for Sunday School
and Church CHRISTIES TREES can be
selected is now complete. Remember
the Palm Test is "THE BEST."
ROSA & C0.IVBEN YOU
n ... .
Beers. Wines and
' "isiw m.iw
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
King St.' .'
yctt want lo drink the best, such as
cn,:sxA blaca wnook
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
! WHISKEY. MUMM'S CHAMPA0NE.
! which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines nnd T.innnrt nml ilHivr tn
,- , , ...... H....V. .V
OF " nart ot t,ie cit
MACFARLANE & CO.,
Que tn. Street
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