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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911.
You should tee our new ainorlment of MISSES' end YOUNQ
WOMEN'S DLACK VELVET, DLACK KID and PATENT
AIo WHITE CANVAS, ONE and TWO STRAP3, with FLAT
BILK NECKTIE BOWS. Prices! $2.60, $3, $3.50 and 14.
We have never before had such an ortment ai now, and
l will be worth your while to inspect.
Imagine getting your daughter, who wean a women's tilt
hoe, a pair of the smarteit last out, In VELVET, GATIN, PAT
ENT or WHITE CANVAS, with LOW HEELSI
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
. Will bay a BEACH I'JT near
Excellent Sea Front lietldenee:
sites. Fmit trees and frass row-11
tug on loti.
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
Cor. Merchant and Alakca H.
l.irgo COnNRR LOT, 200x220, on''"!"0" of all kinds. La, Zacaulpa, Cld
lllh avenue, Kitliniikl. Freo from
stones; good soil. $1S00.
Two IntH nn I'muuil nvrnue, 50x100.
Near cur line. $300 cadi.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building 74 8. King 8trait
Beautiful lots In Nuiinnu Tract at
$250 up. Electric car service.
Choice lotH in Kiiincliaiiielia Park
Tract, near tlio schools. '
Lots within walking dlstnnco of town
at 1 'a hi inn.
A few lots on Kulllil roa.il at $250.
Four cottages In first-class cundl
tlmi, renting for $30 per month $2800.
FOR RENT Splendid Klx-room cot-
lane; modern In every detail $25.
J. H. SCHNACK.
137 Merchant 8trast
Stop Paying Rent
D0NDER0 & LANSING
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000.
Real Estate Agency
Room No, 20.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets
C. L. HOPKINS
Bysteraatizer, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid?. HOURS
a. m. to 4 n. m.
GENERAL BUSINE8S AQENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Srrlth 8t.
P. O. Box 946. Phone 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ail
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC ;
Grant Marriage Lioensea; Draws
Korfeages, Deeds, Bilk of lale,
Leasts, Wills, Ete. Attornoy for thi
District Courts. 78 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
A Savings Account
For Your Boy
Will lie nn education In the flrnt
prllll'IpU'H or PUCOt'HH
Knowledge of the
Value of Money
Open mi Account In his mime
anil show Mm tliii credits for
deposits mill Interest.
Bank of Hawaii.
Capital and Surplus $1,150,100
We deal In listed and unlisted seci
npas, Rto MIcliol, Illdulgo rubber; Mas
cot coppir; Prulsslma Hills oil stool
W. E. LOGAN
Room 17 Bacon' Block, Oakland, Cs'
Make Your Will
And avoid the distribu
tion of your property
We will assist you
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
923 FORT 8TREET
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER ft SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Sticks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUJXDINO
Telephone 2469 P. 0. Bos 907
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone -4482 P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, July IS
NAME OF BTOCK.
0. Brewer & Co.
Bwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric. Co
Haw. Com. & hug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Hugor Co
llonomu Sugar Co
Honnkaa Sugar Co. ,
Halkr Sunar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekaba Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McDrydo Sugar Co ,
Oabu Sugar Co
Onomen Sugar Co
Olaa Suirar Co. Ltd
Piauhau Sugar Plant. Co,
Pais Plantation Co
Pepeekoo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walalua Agrlc. Oo
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . . ,
Walniea Bugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N.'Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R.T. L Co.Pref.
Hon. R. T. k L. Co . Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. .' . .
Oab'j R. & U Co.
HtloR.lL Co.. Pfd.
llllo H. It Co., Com....
Hon. B. ft M. Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.C.. pd up
do doass.C5 pd..
Pabang Rub. Co. (Pd)..
Pabang " (Ass. 40 Pd)
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Cal. Beet Bug. ft Ret. Co. (
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch Cs
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 6s
Haw. Com. ft Bug. Co. 5X
Hllo R. R Co., Issue 1901
Honokaa Sugar Co., . .
Hon. R. T. ft L. Co 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s ,
Kohala Ditch Co. 6
McBrydo Sugar Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. 6a
Oahu R. ft I Co. 6
Oahu Sugar Co. 6
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 ,
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6a
Pioneer Mill Co. 0
Walalua Agrle Co. 5 . . .
SALES notwcoti Boards: 175 Tun-,
Jong Olok, $21.75; 280 Pabang I'd,
$20; fit Tnnjong Olok, $31.75; 20 !L
C. & S. Co., $38.50; 10 II. C. & S. Co.,
$38.60; 100 Taujong Olok, $32; 50 Mc-
lirydo, $0.50; CO Haw. Pine. Co.
$38.75; 23 Ewfli $31.0214; 15 Kwa
$31.75; 70 Onliu, $30.75; 30 Oahu,
$30.75; 15 Oahu, $30.75; 130 Oahu,
$30.75; 45 Olaa, $4.G2; 20 Walalua,
$112; 23 Walulua, $112.50; 30 Wala
lua. $112.50; 10 Walalua, $112.50; 10
Wnlalun. $112.50; 15 O. It. & L. Co.,
Session Salon: 5 Olaa, $4.02 W; G
Tnnjong Olnk, $33; 5 Tiinjong Olok,
$33; 50 TailJotiK Olok, $33; 10 Oahu,
NOTICR Tho monthly dividend of
Pepockeo Sugar Co., beginning tho
15th Inst., will ho $1.00, until further
notlco an liicreano of 40 cents.
Latest sugar quotation! 4.23c, or
$84.60 per ton.
Beets, J2s 5d
UENItV WATERBOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Hanoluln Stock; and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
STOCK! AND BONDi
Trent Trust Co.,
MXMMS HONOLULU IT0CX AND
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ot Honolulu atock ana
Campbell Block, Merchant i Street
Distilled Water Ice
For Ico, Distilled Wuter and
Cold Storage, consult the
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
'- CwrilUllnScufMrli Mm
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It huos without saying that every
thing Is llexl ut Tho Encoie.
The blggast clioleru germ known is
on exhibition ut tho Anchor Saloon.
'Hound tho (aland summer rate, $30,
Lewis' Stables and Curugo. Tut 2141.
The .now board of harbor coinmiH-
HlonerH met at 2 o'clock this after-.
It you want, a good Job dona on an
nuto or carrluge taku It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 (lueeii St.
Tho olllco of the WlicluxM Is open
for the receipt of ship's mesxages un
til cleen cncli eenlng. Teluphnne
Suits mailo to jour mensuro n.
rcady-mado prices by flco. A. Martin
Km pi ro Tbcutre lliillitlng. Suits $20
Krco lectures on How to Learn
Kiencli or (lerniali In T eekswlll bo
given nt Young Hotel Kildny and
There will bo a regular session
meeting of the trustees of the Cham
ber of Commerce at 3 o'clock this
Poultry for sale. A fine lot of tur
keys ntid geese. Imported anil Inland
chickens. Club Stables, Ltd.. tele,
For distilled wator, Hire's Hoot
Deer and all other popular drinks,
ring lip phono 2171. Consolidated
Tho Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce will bold Its regular meeting at
3 o'clock tills afternoon In the Stung-
Papa will bn glad to know that ho
can get shoes for himself and family
ut twenty cents a pair. Ask the Ureun
Shoe man on Alakea.
Hoy Scouts' Suits Free. Hoys call J
ut tbo Green Stamp storn ntid ak the
man. Everything fieo for Green
Stamps, 'Fort and Ilnretunlu. .
Filling material for swampy placed,
old cesspools and low lands, for sale
by (Geo. M. Yuumdu, room 208, Mc
Candless b'ultdlng. Phone. 2157.
Tho Women's Society of Central
.Union Church will bold Its quarterly
business ni-otlug, n tho church par
lor, on Thursday, July 13, at 10 a. in.
All iiiiemlHirK aio earnestly requested
There wan u Inrger crowd than
usual at the Thomas Hquuru band
roncert last night. The program of
seloctlous was well rendered. Tho
band will play at Athletic Park this
When pay day comes take some
part of jour wages to tbo Hank of
Hawaii Ltd., and open a Savings Ac
count The lummy In such n'u Ac
count will bo mighty bandy when
,1 rouble rnnies.
It 1b now uinlei stood that tho sup
eilnteiidont of public works Is active
ly ongaged on plans for tho iiiniiival
of (he nrnmry at llllo. Tim laud whom
tho armory now ttumls will bo put up
-at auction. Tuo woll known firms of
this city urn making plans, If success
ful bidders, to erect largo warehouses
on the pinpeily.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loani
Phone 1572 r
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu: fjtock and Bond
Stangtnwald Bldg,, 102 Merchant 8t
YOU men who like to be
smartly dressed wherever you go; not
ultra in style, but dressy you are the men
to appreciate our
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes. Let us show you the Shape-maker for young men;
the 'Varsity for all men: the Norfolk lor any who like out
Suits 18 and 'more. Overcoats $16.50 and more
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
Elks' Bid. "The Store for Good Clothes" King St.
MISS HENItlTTA SIMPSON' of
San 1'ranclsco Is spending her vaca
tion In Honolulu visiting friends here.
M. A. MONNKI.L, of Atlanta, (!a., Is
spending his vacation In tho Islands,
recuperating after several yoifrs bard
C. A. MUI.FOIU), who bus been with
I bo Hawaiian l'lnenpplu Products
Company, luft on tbu Sierra today for
his home In the East.
MR. AM) MKS. FRANK THORN
TON, who have been tho guests of
Mr .and Mrs. C. F. Fury of IVtitlunia,
Cal., huo returned to their homes
MOSES T. CLKlia, assistant direc
tor of the U. S. U'prosy Investigation
Station .here, left on the Sturm tlds
liiornliiK-for u-montliV vacation on the
.CoasL ( )
MRS. VICTORIA WARD has ro-
turneil to her homo 'ut tho Old
Plantation after mi Illness of scleral
months, whlob time she spent nt
'MRS. SAMUEL HRAVERMAN mid
Miss Florence llraveriniin, of San
Francisco, have returned to their
borne ufter an early-summer trip to
E. V. TODD, with tho passenger
department of C. Hi ewer and Com
pnny, was a departing passenger la
the Oceanic steamer Slerru for tho
coast this morning.
WILLIAM H. (10ETZ, of tho Hul
lo 1 1 n staff, departed for the coast
as a passenger In tho Oceanic steam
er Sierra this morning. Ho expects
to be absent for about six weeks.
F. O. NELSON inager for tho
Diamond Rubber Co. at Los Angeles,
is u returning passenger by the Si
erra. Mr, and Mrs. Nelson have made
quite u tour of the Island and are es
pecially enthusiastic over the round-the-lHland
trip on O.lhil.
MR. AND MRS. LEWIS DURKEE,
of San Francisco, are tourists now
lslting tho Islands, arriving on tho
Korea yesterday, Mrs. Darken was
Miss Marian Lally before her mar
rlage, which took place on Saturday,
,..,.. , ,ri.n.. ...ill I... l...h ..iu ...nnf... I
tint; (. nc; win uu uciu niA nt-nnn,,
MR. U. THOMPSON, vlce-piesldent)
of tho Kamchumcha Schools, was n
returning passenger bv the Wllhol-
mlna jestciday. Mr. Thompson has.
been away on a ear's vacation. Ho
returns to resumo ills duty as In
htruclor. Ho has been with tho
school for tho last twenty years,
OEOHKIJ C. RKCKI.EY, .111., book
cd pnssago for Sail Francisco In tbo1
Slerrn just n rew moments ueioro
tho Bulling of that vessel for tho coast'
this morning. It Is understood that,
ho will Join Colonel Sam Parker and'
Miss Campbell ami while away will
wed tho young ward of Colonel Par
II, I II III. superintending engineer
of tho Taiwan Balto Sugar Company,,
a Japanese corporation operating in
Formosa, and ("blot Chemist Klmurn,
of the same company, am visiting the'
Islands to fainlllarizo themselves with
Improvements and progress In sugar1
manufacture. Tho mills wero built by
the Honolulu Iron Works.
COLONEL SAMUEL PARKER an
nounces tho engagement of his step
daughter, Miss Mary lleutrlee Camp
bell, to Mr. George C. llecklny. Miss
Campbell has Just returned to New
York from u European trip. Mr.
Ileckley leaves 111 the Manchuria next
Satin day tn meet his (lancet) In Sail
Francisco, wheru they will be married
on August 1 The ceieiuony will take
place In the Catholic cathedral. After
a bref honeymoon spent In Lower
Cullforla the couple will return to
Honolulu o reside.
IJimhI MiiiiiiMianil tent Nothing small
er than HtlO, Will pay cash. Tile
pliuiK' 3088. -WO-lf
liiiiisekieplng rooms. flirnMiei! nr un
furnished, by married couple; nu
cblldrin. Central. Address "H", Ilul
Irtlll nlllce. 4'J7-2t
Intelligent young man or woman with
some know ledge of typewriting.
Shorthand not neeesnry. Oood op
portunity for advaniement If capa
ble. Apply at once. "F", care llul
l. till nlllce. 4975-It
lly married man, situation us book
kei per, stun- mall or position of IruM
Hlgbeiit references. Address "S.".
Ilolletln otllce. 4970-81
Portuguese unman wishes any kind of
housework. Address "J. J,", lliilletln
Thi) Owl Oarage, Hotel'st , opp. llelhel.
Telephftno 14i!8 for your uroiind-the-Island
trip; 125. High-class cars-
Nirt. C2I, 253. 713. 108 and 4!W. Spe
cial rates for shopping and culling.
Strvlco nml courtesy our motto. J.1
per hour Seien-passcngir ears. J.,
11. Johnson, proprietor. 4971 -lm'
NOTICE OF MEETING.
There will he a regular meeting of
the Walalae, Kulimikl and P.ilolo Im
provement Club ut the residence of H.
T. Mills, Eighth incline, on Thursday
everlng, July 13, at 7:30 o'clock. A
full attend. nice of the residents of tho
district Is desired,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
W. C. Peacock & Company, Limited.
At the annual inciting of the stock
holders of W. ('. Peacock & Company.
Limited, neld lit the olllco of the, cor
poration on Wednesday, July 12, 1911.
the follow lug olllcers were elected to
serve during the. insulng year:
It. J. Huchii- President
It If. Alislln Vice-President
O. J. O'Ncll Secretary
M II Drummouil.., Treasurer
(' A Slohle Auditor
The above olllcirs constitute tho
Hoard of Dlreutors,
OI'.O. J. O'NEIL.
Secretary, W P. Peacock ,1 Co, Ltd.
CIVIC FEDERATION MEETS.
The regular July meeting of the ex-'
eentlie committee of the Plvle IVdcr-l
at Ion, open to all members of the or-
guulz.illou, will he held at the Public
Service Association rooms on King,
street at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
For the convenience of new nieni-j
hers, It Is announced that the gemral
course of business procedure ut these
meetings will bo followed, Including
tln reading of minutes, secretary's re
port. triimiiicr'H leport, repoits of spe-
lcl.il committees of the executive com
mittee, ami new business, with adjoin n-
mtnt at 5-30.
"For Sale" cards ut Uiillotln...!
PLACE YOUR ORDER TOR
We make el en description of
IIiiIiIhi Slumps, using noK the
Pest of rulili. r. and our work
men me cup. I Is.
OUR STAMPS PRINT CLEAR
LY AND LAST A LIFETIME
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Alexander Young Building
A TRUE BARGAIN IN REALTY 13
OFFERED NEAR CORNER LILIHA
AND WYLLIE STREETS. SOMEONE
WILL SNAP UP THIS PROPERTY
FOR INVESTMENT! IF NOT, FOR
A HOME. DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS
TILL YOU HAVE SEEN '
Island Investment Co.,
Member of Hawaiian Stock Ex
change, Room 103, Stangenwutd build
ing. Telephone 1!84. Postotllce box
EOC. Cubic address; "Uulhtog."
at. A. QUNST ft CO Arenti
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Uulldliig, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to HI eiery
TOGO MAY SEE ONLY
PART OF NAVY
Japanese Admiral Likely to Be
First to Suffer From the
NEW YORK, July 4. Thero Is
mmiio seculatloii in Government cir
cles hero as tn whether Secretary
Meyer's older of cateulay. closing
uniy jaids In part to visiting naval
olllcers (nun foreign countries, will
bv strictly enforced against Admlr.il
Togo, whu Is to visit New York next
;lll tbo.. last fovv ears man) foreign
navul olllcers hnvo been entertained
ut tho navy yard hero and conducted
through every pint of tho great plant.
Undur the new order foreign lsltois
may Inspect tho essential sections of
the navy yuul and nee Mime slilin,
hut they may hot visit places vvheuco
It" will bo ikmrIIiUi to miko an accur
uto estimate of Hie equipment, rapa
city and mateilal in tho aids.
Admiral Togo, who will land hero
on August 4th will, no doubt, bo In
vited to the navv yards, and olllcers
aio wondeiliig If his visit will ho re
st i let oil.
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