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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, t. II., SATURDAY, DEC. 17. 1910.
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f 3'WW''' THAT'S A LONO WORD TO START OFF WITH. BUT IT EX
PRESSES THE QUALITY OF A PAIR OF MEN'S SLIPPERS FOR
' CHRISTMAS. NEXT TO A SMOKER'S JACKET THERE IS NOTHINO
THAT FILLS THE BILL AT THIS SEASON. WE HAVE THEM IN
Chrome Kid Morocco Alligator Skin
They sell at prices from $2.00 upwards
Mclnerny's Shoe Store
JAS: W. PRATT
("Pratt, the Land Man")
'REAL ESTATE '
125 Merchant Street Honolulu
Will buy n BEACH LOT near
Excellent Sea Front Residence
sites. Fruit trccj and crass grow
'in& on lots.
' TRUSTS. REAL ESTATL AND
i Cor. Mcrcliaht and Alakca Sts.
v 500 Dollars
.'Will nut mhi In ronlriil of Tlllllli;
U.tllili: IIOP.SIIS near tin- (lim-rn.
iiirnl urhcr-. Ilal.inro (n hit paid
ifroui (lie Incoming rents.
n Hire Is mi opporlunll) for Hie ni;in
Mtlllili small hank iiecniiiil to make
liN fortune. In 11 few jr-ars lii jirni.
i-rtjr Mill nil !( Minr.N, iiinl jtut can
dike life riiN.
He quick iiinl M-rurr IIiIh lurg.iln.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Wlllly lllilg. 71 vj. King .SI.
Stop Paying Rent
D0NDER0 & LANSING
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
Real Es'ate Agency
Room No. 20.
Comer Fort and Merchant Streets
C L. HOPKINS
Bysteraatizer, Notary Public, Apent
io uivuh Marnage Licenses, Hawal
lan Intprnrfpr ntld Tranilotnl
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
u a. m. to 4 n. m.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Co"rner Hotel and Sm'th
Streets. P. 0. Box 040. Phone 2380.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ai
Hew York: NOTARY PUBLIC
Grunt Marriage License; Drawi
KortKOif's. Deeds, BilU of Sale
Leases. Wills. Eto. Attorney for th
District flnnrtl 79 MERCHANT T
TTONOLULU, PHONE 1310
SI 85 cilllorlnl moms 22.10
IiiihIiichn nfllic. TIich' lire the tele
phone iiumherx of tin II 11 1 1 0 1 1 11.
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.' iiKxatvmw jjmmnmihmmfe
FORT ABOVE KING STREET
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Quesu Streets
GEO. Q. GUILD - Manager
DOES THE HOLIDAY
TIME FIND YOU
SHORT OF MONEY?
Suppose (lint last year you
liuit opened a Savings Au
I'Diiut anil linil sjstcmutlcully
deposited fonio p,ut nf your
Income? You wimlil linva
Irul n snug cum Id ilraw on
Jiut now, wouldn't jou?
Why not lio ready for
Christmas noxt year? Ono
Dollar opeii3 an account.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus
U tlio Investment that will sprint; up
at oiiio into a largo sum, avallalilo
when must needed.
A I.lfo liisurnnco Policy will do
HiIb for jour family at your death
Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
StanRenwald Bldg., 102 Merchant St.
Inter-Inland and O, H. & U Shipping
uooka for nalo at the II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11
ollli-p, f.Oo parli.
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Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 2489 P, 0. Box 607
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Broker
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, Dec. 17.
NAME OK STOCK. Din Asked,
C. Ilrower & Co. ...
Ewa Plantation Co 26!,'
Hawaiian Auric. Co.
Maw. Com. & bug Co. ... .Vt
Hawaiian Sugar C 33W
iionnmu sugni Cc
Hnnokim Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. .
Kckahn Sugar Co
Knlna Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co m
uanu sugar Co 25
Onomca Sugar Co it
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd jj 314
Paaulmu Sugar Plant. Co. H i6J
rncinc sugar Mill ,
i-aia muitr-.tlnn Co iyj
i-epceKeo sugar to
rinnoor Mill Co 1 70
Walalim Agrlc. Co. H.s
Wnlluku Sugar Co
Wnlmnnalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Elcam N. Co.
Hawaiian KluclrlcCo. ...
Hon. II. T. & L Co . fruf. .
Hon.lt. T.&L Co. Com.
Mutual Telephony Co. ...
OnhuU.& L, (j.
llllo U. II. Co.. Pfd
I lllo It. It. Co., Com....
Hon. n & M. f!n.
Hawaiian Pintnpplo Co.
Tanjoag Olok It.C. pd up
do iIouh8.5 pd..
Paliang Hub. Co. (Pd)..
Puliang " (Abb. 40 Pd)
llaw.Tcr.4 (Fire CI.) .
Haw. Ti'i i,
Haw 'Tvr.V.if. ...,
Haw Tur. 314
Cal. Ilcnt Bug. ft Wt. Co. 6
iiamiiKiia Ditch Co.,
Uppe'r Dltcli C
I law. Iirgln. f.'r, fin
I law. Com, &Sug Co. 5
llllo It. II Co., Ikfiio 1301
I til n. II. Co., Con. 6 ..
Ilnnokila Sugar Co., r .,
Hon. II. T. &il. Co. 6 ...
Kn11.1l Ity Co. Gb
K0I111I.1 Dlteli Co. Cs
McllrjiloSugurCo. C ...
Mutual Tel. Cs
Oahu Sugar Co. 5 ,
Olau Sugar Co C
Ploncor Mill Co, 0
Wiilalua Agrlc Co. 5X . . .
SAI.HS llctwcon IIouiiIh: 10 Will
ulna, 85; 15 Walalim, J85; 10 Wal
atua 1K5; aO Wulalun, fRS; 70 Haw. C.
& S, Co., ia:i; 100 How. 0. & 8. Co,
$3.1; Kill .Mrllryilo, 3.B0; 60 Mcllrydo,
fiinoj 10 Haw Sug. Co., $31.
SeHKlou Bales: S Honokau, $10; G
Honokaa, $10; 20 Olaa, J3.7G; G Olaa,
$3.75; 25 Mcllrjilo, $3.G0; 20 Mcllrydo,
$3,50; 20 Mcllrydo, $3.50; 5 Mcllrydo,
Latest sugar quotation 4 cents or
$80 ner tan.
Sugar, 4 els
Beets, 9s l-4d
UEKRV WATERUOUSE TRUST CO.
Membcrt Honolulu Stock end Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
"For Rent" cards on sale at
h finll'tln on-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I It gocH without saying that every
thing la Dent at The. Kneoro.
I Dr. l- 1.. KcrgUMin ha resumed
'ptnttlsc In tho vrlliiKtim Hotel.
I Mrs. Dlckcrson will keep open
evenings beginning Saturday night.
J Tender and sweet sucking pigs can
,bu gotten from lliu Pond Dairy. Tel-
j cplionc 2S90.
When In search of Christmas gifts
go to Mlsn WomUinrs. Open uven
Ingn. I Seo Whitney & Marsti'M ml. for the
standing of tho contestants In the
"Miss Dolly from Paris" contest.
The Anchor Is tho only gcmilno
uirlo saloon In Honolulu. "Sure,
Whitney & Man.li have an elegant
display of useful articles for holiday
Hiiuh candy fresh and lino. Ilcusou,
Smllli and Company, Hotel and Kurt
Hotel Arlington entirely remodeled.
Ilmuni ncn I) fiiriiNhed. Hot mid
mid lull h.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., the dig toy
store, will ho open every evening
Corpulent pcoplo should try tho
"Urlggs System" of reducing. 11 nover
fallB to produce rcsultR.
Pay cash and ask for green stamps.
They're free. Cull at tho show rooms
and seo what )uu get free for
The Hawaii county attorney has
been Instructed to draw up an ordl.
nance providing for a county plumb
A pretty trimmed hat for Christinas
will please any woman. Sea tho beau
tiful new stjleu at Miss Power's, Hon.
ton Illock, Furt street.
The Tonnscnd Undertaking Co., C9
ltcrctiintu St., nro doing n largo
wholesale btit-lncss In undertakers'
trimmings, coffin nud caskets.
Interest In tho'lmnana buslnoHB has
been boosted to such nn extent on tho
big Inland that preparations nro be
ing mado to plant over n thousand
acres to that fruit at once.
If you are looking for 11 present for
11 child yoil will find Just what you
want at A. II. Arlelgh & Co.'s, Hotel
near Koit. All sorts of dolls and
toys and bonks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilyrnn K. llnlrd am
rejoicing mir tho arrival of u son
last Monday. Hawaii Herald.
Have jou tried Cnscado (linger
Ale? It Is the most delicious ginger
nlo over. Ask for It at tho Fountain
nud liar. Ily tho'lano from tho Koiin
tain Soda Works. Tclrphono 2270.
Mrs. 'K M. Marshall will hold a
fern snlo at 1922Sou'Ii King street
nbovo Artesian, on Thursday, Krhlay
and Saturday. Kerns and begonias,
etc., from ten cchIb up to four dol
lar. Articles of Incorporation were
filed yesterday by the Mnul Shim
hum Company, publishers of tho
lending Jnpaneso paper on Mnul. Tho
cuplt-il stock Is fixed at $2500.
Tho private service chauffeurs of
tho city have challenged tho city auto
drivers to n gamu of baseball but tho
challenged parties have failed to
meet the Issue, according to the state
ment mad" by tho private men.
Tho Union Paclllc Transfer Co. will
tako entire, charge of your shipping,
packing tho goods, hauling them to
tho wharf, making out (ho Custom
House manifests and shipping pa
pers. Telephone IS74.
A petition with forty-thrco slgim
tureu against the further granting of
liquor licenses In llllo was presented
to the liquor commlssloncra when
they met to consider now applica
tions. A foot bridge across to Cocnanut
Island Is ono of th possibilities In
tho future for llllo. Tho Trail and
Mountain Club has sought and ob
tained permission to construct such n
convenience, and It will probably bo
Arrangements have been made for
a Mnul btibchull team, composed of
tho best players 011 that Island, to
go to llllo for baseball garnets to bo
played on January 1 and 2, They
will play against ajilcked team from
A proposal Is on foot to consoli
date tho Miilaninliuna with 11 new
Hugllsh paper, published on Hawaii,
under tho management of David
Kwnllko, tho proposed stockholders
being tho county olllrers and O, V.
W. A. Ilowoii will ho tho chief
speaker at it meeting of tho Y. M. C.
A. tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Ilowoii
was the delegate of tho local asso
ciation to tho International conven
tion held at Toronto recently, nud
will tell tho local members of sntno
of tho leading features Hint caino
under his notice while there. '
Tho wilt of tho late Mrs. Ann Lid
gato was filed In the Circuit Court
yesterday by John Litigate. Tlio cs
tato is valued at f27,2Q0, of this
amount $2200 being In realty. Tho
will Includes bequestB of $500 ench
to Mrs. Helen Kinney and Mrs, Mc
Lennan. Tho remainder of tho es
tatn Is left to John Lidgate In trust,
$1000 of tlio annual liunnio going
to Margaret Lidgate, a daughter.
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
'MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK ANDJ
I BOND EXCHANOE
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The Hoard of License Commission-1
ers for tho City and County of Ho
nolulu will hold a meeting at the
Executive Ilutldlng on Krldny, Jan
uary 20, 1L111, at I p, m., to con
sider the application of ltlntaro Mu
rakami for a Be olid-Clans Itestau
iiuu License, to sen intoxicating liq
uors at No. G9 School street, Hono
lulu, Oahu. under ttic provisions of
Act 119, Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
the Isiuiinen of a License under said
, application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later than
the time set for said hearing,
CAIILOS A LONO,
Sccrctnryt Hoard of License Com
mlssloneis. 4802 Dec. 17, 21, 31; Jan. 7, II.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AT
Situate in Iwilei, Honolulu, Suitable
for JS 11 or Factory Sites. j
Ily order of the Honorable J.
IlobiiiFou, Third Judge of tho Cir
cuit Court of the Klrst Judicial Cir
cult, I will sell at public au'tlon, to
the highest cash bidder, on
Monday, January 9, 1911,
nt 12 o'clock noon, at mauka en
trance to tho Judiciary llulldlng, 111
snld Honolulu, the following adjoin
ing npanas or pieces of I.ind:
I. The undivided 1-5 Interest of
George Namokuchn, deceasei In 11
portion of the land formerly known
as tho "Loko o Kapukiil," at presont
under1' lease to the Honolulu Soap
Wcirki Co.. Ltd. Are.i. r.S-lnn .if nn
2. The iindlv tiled 1-5 interest of,
s.ild Oenrgc Nnmokucha, Icccascd,
u n portion of L. C. A. 2937, leased
as aforesaid. Area, 30-100 of nil'
Deeds nt tho expense of pitrclias
eis. Kor further particulars Inqulro of
Henry Smith, at his office In the Ju
diciary llulldlng, Honolulu.
MltS. LIZZII-: NAMOKUHIIA.
Administratrix of tho Kstate of
Ocorgc Namokuchn, Deceased.
IS02 Deo. 17. 21. 31; Jan. 7.
HACKMEN PROTEST AT
Joo Lucas, the proprietor of a
hack stnnd located nt tho corner of
King and llellicl MroetB, becanie.uu.
duly alarmed nt tho Improvement
now being made In Ilothcl stieet, tho
thoroughfare .having been ordered
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ed by tlio city supervisors. Lucas
has been Industrious In tho circula
tion of a petition, bearing a number
of signatures, asking that tho stand
be permitted to remain nt thu for
mer location. j
Itoad Committeeman Quinii stated
today that there had never bcon uliy
Intention upon tho part of the city,
oIllrlalB of removing the stand snvo Btnto f Brnla.0 t tho condl
durlng tho tlmo that tho portion of t(ing , tll Wnr Department nnd
tho street was undergoing recon- tleIli , ,n80 , hobtllltles, send tho
stnrllon. !mon to battlo untrained, unciiulpped
Tho Lucas stand will bo allowed and only to bo murdered,
to remain, provided that ho main- Excites Controvcriy.
tains a sultnblo building. I Tho controversy c'xcltcd tho great-
Great Piano Contest
SAVE YOUR COUPONS
Votes will be Counted Next Saturday Evening at 9 p.m.
. WHO WILL GET THE PIANO?
Our grand variety of Holiday Goods cannot be beaten
in the city. The stock is very complete. If you are
looking for a suitable present for a Lady, Gentleman or, .
Child you cannot fail to find it here.
Reprints of the latest popular fiction nicely bounty
and handsomely illustrated.
Per Volume, 75c ; Five for $3:00
The Christmas Bargain,
BROWN & LYON COi, Ltd.
(Continued from Faze 1.)
(Asmicliitt-il l'ress Cable.)
WASHINGTON, I). C, Dec. 1C
Tho mcmbeiB of tlio Houso experi
enced today a scilcs of exciting Inci
dents coime ted with the war scare
Induced by the suppression of the
annual icport of Secretary of War
Dickinson, which are the hole topics
lleprcseuiatlvc James A. Tnwney
of Minnesota eleated something of a
Boiihalluti by declaring that a con
spiracy exisieu 10 siumpctio congress
i Into making extra large military up
j pi epilations, and that thu resolution
'introduced by Congressman James
McUclilaii of California for making
mlbllc u,c Secretary of -Wars report
was "ol "'trli"'l I"' Rood fait i.
and fur,,lcr tl,nt ,l wa8 w''y ,0
nmke l(,,ow" ,ho '"'t'01"'' weakness.
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tho Minnesota Congrcssiuai) In heat
ed torms, btrongly denouncing Taw
ncy's attitude and nsscitlng that ho
was largely responsible for tho pres
ent uuprcparcduess of tho country
In case of war.
Continuing, McLaclilan contended
that It wiib tho wickedest national
.,, ,i,. i Wn tlm i.em.ln in n
iio.Noi.ri.r'.s I'ltomiKssivi: sroni:
cM attention by the House, nnd to
night in the lobbies-of tho hotels' It
was the subject in heated discission,
each Congressman having Ills wnrut
Tho next move In the proceedings
Is looked forward to with the most
intense Interest, and It Is the general
belief that tho report of Secretary,
Dlckim-ou will bo submitted to tho
Home at an open session, although,
poMilbly, with modifications.
REVOLUTIONISTS BEAT .
HL IUSO, Dec. 1C Advice from
Chihuahua bring the unexpected
news that the regular Mexlciiu'troops
and rurnles have been defeated In u
fiercely fought battlo near La Junta,
In that State.
Whl'c tho details are meager. It l
nsscrted that the lighting continued
for hours, but tho rcinhit'uniiM II ,
niilly for.'-ed the government tro-jpa
Into such a itohltlou tlmt 1K0 of t'.ieui
worn forced to surrender.
This Is the first tlmo that such n
defeat has met tho partisans of frci
lilent Dlnz, and the revolutionists
here nrc elated and usort that this
victory will mean a -great deal for
WILL TRY FOR PRIZE
NEW YOItK. Dec. 1C K. Aude
mnrs and Andro llclllot, nvlntors
well known for their daring (lights
In Krnnro arrived In this port today,
prepared to make a determined effort
to win tho iriO.OOfi Hearst prlio for
a flight between tills city and S.ui
Francisco within (Alrty coiisecudvo
days, touching nt Chicago. With' tho
two blrdmcn are mechanics and sev
eral French machines.
Week 1 j II ii lint In 1 per jenr.
Tct purrhaso house pt five or six
rooms near or above Wilder nvo
imo. Address "W. 1, Hulletln
$15.00 to $50.00