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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. .T. H, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1911.
'May Irwin' Pump
Women's New Black Velvet and Black Satin
Pumps. "The most popular creation of the day, for
smart dressers. Welt sole and leather heels, for
street and afternoon wear. Light bevel edge
turns for evening dress. White Linen Pumps,
with stage vamps and white silk necktie hows,
Welts and turns, wood and canvas Keels.
Come and sec these.
Jas. W. Pratt
1 REAL ESTATF, INSURANCE,
Will bay a BEACH I'JT near
Diamond Head. .,
Excellent Sea Imt Eetldenoe
litei. Fruit trees and etui grow
K on lota.
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
,2500 1'lvorbedroom Cottiigo with Vi
ncru land, at Mollllll cliurch, Wnl
ulnu Aw. Cost $3500. At a sac
rifice. S3250 Two modern Cottages on Pnlolo
Ave., near car line. 18,1100 sip ft.,
facing thru) streets. Knap.
Etc, Etc., Etc.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Watty Building 74, S. King Street
.Tho best and moat reasnnnblo-prlced
liullillni; lots on the maihct today nro
In Niiunmi Tract (near tliu Country
Chit.), where onu llndH ii cool, healthy
locullty; elevated and well-drained
Briiind, ertllu noil, macadamized
streets, government water from tlio
neurhy reservoir, cleetrlu lights and
nil this easily and quickly accessible
from town by the Niuianu electric, cars.
IUh' fiorii $l!S0 up, on easy terms.
I. nnd at Minion, Kullhl, and I'alama.
FOR RENT New cottagu lit S.
J. H. SCHNACK.
137 Merchant Street
Stop Paying Rent
D0NDEH0 & LANSING
83 Merchant St,
j $500 to $15,000
Real' Estate Acenoy
Boom No, 20.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
C. L. HOPKINS
Bjitematiter, Notary Publle' Agent
to Grant Marriage Licensee, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid?. HOURS
8 a. m. to 4 n. m.
GENERAL BUSINESS VqENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith Sts.
P. O. Box 946. Phone 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Oom'r. of Deedi for California u4
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Brant 'Marriage Licenses; Draw
Mortgages. Deeds, Billi of (ale,
Leases, Willi, Ete. Attorney for tie'
District Courts. 71 MERCHANT II
ONOLULU. PEONS 1310.
to yourself and those who aro
dependent on you. Do not' spend
all you make. Save tome part of
your aajary for the rainy day that
la lure to come.
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT .with
us will be a help to you.
Bank of Hawaii.
t l LIMITEB-' i.--.
Judd Bldg, Fort and Merchant
Capital and 8urplus, $1,000,000
We dcal.n listed and unlisted secj
rltloH ot all kinds, '-a Zacaulpa. Chi
upas, nio Mlchol, Hidalgo rubber; Mas
cot coppir; Prulsslma Hills oil stocl
W. Ij. LOGAN
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Ca"
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
Ltd., r '
923 Fort Street
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen Streete
QEO. Q. QUILC
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stacks aw) Iwtfs
fright and SoM
sot judd luiimio
Telephone 2489 F. 0. Box 607
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STBEKth; S"t
Phone 1482 P. 0. Box 5M
Honolulu StocK Exchange
Friday, July 2S.
NAM1C OF STOCK. Bid. Akd.
0. Brewer ft Co
Kwa Plantation Co. ,
Hawaiian Auric. Co
Haw. Com. ft Hub. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co. .... .,
Honomu 8uga-Co. . .1...
Uonoksa Sugar Co. ......
tlalkr Sugar Co ..
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekaha Sngat Co. . . . , t .
Koloa Sugar Co. i.T
McBryde Sugar Co.
Onomea, Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd
Ptauhan Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pata Plantation Co. .....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlc. Co
Walluku Sugar Co. ".
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . . ,
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electrlo Co. ...'
Hon. R. T. ft L Co . Pref.
Hob. K. T. ft 1. Co . Com.
Mutual Tefeunone co. . . ,
Oah'l R. ft L. Co.
Hllo a R. Co.. Pfd
oil t ti ' r
Hon. B.ftM.coti. ...;;;
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjonc Olok H.C.. pd up
PaUang Hub. Co. I I'd)..
Pahang " (Aai. lOZ Pd)
IUw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Cal. Beet Bug. ft Ret. Co. i
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., Ch..
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a ..i
If aw. Irrgtn. Cc 6s
Haw. Com. ft dug. Co. BX
Hllo R. R Co., Issue 1901
Hllo R. K. Co., Con. 6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Hon. R. T. & U Co 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar CO. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6a
Oahu R. ft I Co. 5X
Cahu Sugar Co. 6
OIsa Sugar Co.
Pao. Bug. Mill Co. 6a
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. 6 ...
BALKS Ui'twecn Hoards: 70 Olan,
(.V 7.ri Olan. $5; 30 Rwu. $31.0214: CO
Kwn. I3U62V&; 150 II. C. & S. Co.,
S3S.2r,; CO II. C. & S. Co., S38.2S; 10
Oahu, $31; S I'ahaiiR Hill)., $20; r
Wnlaliiii. $113; B5 Walalua $113;
$21)00 Mcllrydo (fa, $JG.C().
SpcsIou Sales: 5 Walalua, $113; C
Walalua, $113; C Walalua, $113: 10
Oahu, $31; 10 llunokua. $10; C Wal
nlua, $12.7C; 3Q II. C. & S. Co.,
Latest HUifiir tiuoliitbiu 4.01 ccnls
or i9-2.i0 wr ton.
Bdets I3s 6d
Memberi HonoloJu Stock (Jul Bead
FORI AND MERCHANT RESITS
STgOKS AND BOWS
Trent Trust Co..
MEMBM EONOIUin 8TO0X AMD
Stock and Bend Irokei
M.mb.r ot Honolulu ItocK ant
Campbell Block, Marchamt Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BBOXERS ,
Member, Honolulu (Hoci ,ajad Bond
Stangtnwald Bldg., 102 Merchant St
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnlsh.d and Loam
867 KAAHUMANU, STREET
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers,
eta., manufactured by, the Ilulletin
I LOCAUND GENERAL
It goes without Day I ry; that every
thing Is Best ot Ther Kncore.
Uo and see Jos. Roman to have
your hat cleaned. 122 Utretanl.-t St.
The biggest cholera germ known in
on exhibition at the Anchor Saloon,
'Round the Uland mimrntr rate, $30.
Lewis.' Stables nnd Oarage. Tel. 2141.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage tuku it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mft. Co., 427 Queen St.
-Alito" and1 driving glows In black
and tan. $2.00 to $3.B0 at HIIvii'h Tog
gery, Ltd., Elks' Bulldiug, King street.
For distilled: water, Illro's Root
Beer nnd all 'oilier poimlur drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consollduted
Crepa' klniohos, pajamas nhd shirts
Just from Japan. Right prkis and
Oreen 8tamplB', for cash. II. Mlyakc,
Fori and Ueretanla Sts.
Do not forget tuu dunce for tha
benellt of the' Knplolanl Maternity
Home ai K. rl'. Hilll, Sutiirtlny eve
ning) July 2J. Tickets only r.iic
Willie says the bIiovs he got for
twenty cents are the beat et for
kicking toiuatoo.cann. I'upa has no
kick about' the price.- "Ask the man on
Alaken. '' '
About halt 'a ton ot fulc welxhts
and measures, were confiscated dur
ing a raid made some time ago by
the public' worss Department, were
taken out to sen during the eek nnd
Horses ailil mules to nnlvc Satur
day, July 20 ynr Virglniiiii. Sailillc.
driving and work horncs. Hno lot
of young work mules, Innknn to har
ness, l'lionc 1109 or cnll at Club Sta
bles, 1128 Kurt street.
Threo soldiers who were evidently
celebrating the downfall nf tlm Kvlo
buHeball plnyers with deuiunstrntlons
that encroached ,on malicious mis
chief were gathered In by the police
lust night in the Valkikl district.
The Matson Navigation olllce ex
pects the nrrlval of the freighter lly-
ndes.ofi 'next Tuesday. This esiel
Is enrouto from Ban Francisco by tho
way of Seattle and Tncomn The lly-
udes Is bringing down general cnrg'i
as wall as deck' Bhrpmcnts of lumber.
Tain Pong was ycslunlny ovlctcd
from his baiumn plunlatlon ul Will
klld by Sheriff W. V. Jarrcll and WU
Hani Snvldge put, In iMisscHhlun, Theso
proceedings were curried out pursu.
ant to a writ Issued by Judge W. J
Robinson, July 15, on thu etitlon
or A. J. Campbell. The property came
into Savldge's uosHesslon at a com
missioner's sale after foreclosure pro
ceedings on NoVcmber 10, I II 10.
lllgli sugar prlivH nri slovly but
surely bringing Imylng orders out from
under cover, nnd the coliimu of sales
recorded both mi ami between sesKlons
of ho Honolulu exi liitnge uus good to
day. No largo Jnnp were recorded,
but the market as n whole Is llrlu. with
several stocks slmwlug an upward ten
dency: Local sugar men sny that u compar
atively small amount of sugar has been
shipped this year, thu plantations i,tor
liur n great dial nf It und awaiting
higher prices. Now the lilgl) prleu H
expected to result In heavy shipments,
and tho lu'gar should reach tlio market
at a very profitable tleiire. Hnveral
,.1.......I... .... l.li. .11 iln.lli. Ml. ...., ftl
fl.lll,U.IUII tllC lilt,' ... UVlll.fU VA.II.
dlvlduniN In tho nar future,1 It Is Bt.iteil.
Wulaluii started Ktroiig today at 11.1,
sale), being recorded on and off the
board ut this llgure. The price fell oft
u iiuurter of u point however, ul the
session ot the Honolulu exchange.
Olaa continues strong ut 5, the big
crop stimulating khIih. ICwa Is stable
nt .11,G2fi. There Is u steady demnud
for Hawaiian Commercial at SLSS.
'Mcllrydo Shous up welPtoday, with
0.C2C usked and 11.3711 bltL, A .aalu ot
Mcllrydo six per cent, bonds, $2000 nt
8S.CC, was recorded between boards, the
last salo being at 90.':.'.
EXPERT PILE DRIVERS'
DOING GREAT WORK
When Contra'clor Smith, represen
tative of tho San Francisco DrldgN
Dullding Company which has too con
tract for 'the dry dock at Poarl Har
bor, camo 'through Sail Francisco on
his way from Washington, he picked
out and brought over with him an
excellent crow of pllo driving-men.
The men proem ed aro tho most ex
pert, obtalnabb) along the California
const and aro certainly doing line
work with the driver at el'arl Har
bor. They nro ramming more poles Into
tlio harbor bottom during an eight
hour day than uny other gnng ever
on theso Islnnds. At present they
are using a land pile driver, its skids
hold up by wooden cribs bo '(hat it
may bo slid about at will. TIiIb driv
er Is sinking about ID -piles a day 35
feet in length, which nro considered
small to those yet to be driven.
A scow was launched upon which
a drivlnc derrick will be erected In
tho course of a very short lime., Irons
were expected on tho sierra, today
from the coast and If they came, con
struction of tho now driver will com
mence at once. When finished il
should drive more - ilcn In ono day
than tho land derrick "as It l much
more easier to move about, being
floated In the water It. would bo no
trouble whatever to cimngo its posl
tlon, whereas the land ono gives a.
groat deal of resistance on being mov
I'l nimbly ninety piles u dayfwlll bo
forced Into tlio hnrlior liotloni. wiien
theso two npimrutus coinblno enorts."
Weekly Ualletla II per yea
For the Famous
The July Records have many
of the latest songs and sketches.
Come In and hear them played.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
ALEX. YOUNQ BULLDINQ
ltKV. It, Id SMITH lcues on the
Claudinu toduy for Hawaii.
J. O. KOTHWKLL, or the Honolulu
Iron' "Works was a returning passen
ger In the Sierra this morning,
II. I HOl'WOKTH of Altoonn, I'n.,
hits written friends hero that he will
spend 'tho winter in the Inlands.
U. W. DIC lUCI.Ii who arrived In tho
Oceanic steamship Sierra this, morn
ing comes to Honolulu to Join tho
Muff ut Sachs.
N. II. YOU.NC1 of tho Mercantile
Iteferenco Agency bus gone to Ha
waii for a week's combined business
und pleasuro trip.
MKS. IL W. KOSTKIL with tho
Alexander Young Hotel staff, was a
returning passenger In the steamer
Sierra this morning.
MHS. O. C. ROSS, wlfo or n prom
inent San Mateo capitalist, was among
thu passengers to arrhe In thu steam
er Sierra this morning.
I. L. WEAVEK, tho attorney has
returned from n business trip to thu
niulnlund, arriving this morning us a
passenger In the Sierra.
C. 11. 11KI.I.INA Is expected to ar
rive from Sonttlo tomorrow moinlng
on tho Virginian. He Is bringing a
large consignment of horses for local
M. L. EMMONS of Pittsburg .has
finished a vacation trip of three
months that included the Islands, und
luiH'" returned to the niulnlund.
J. A. DUNHAM nnd J. I. ll.iker
who wero among the passengers to
i arrive in tho Sierra this morning, are
.touijsts fcuiu Simthcru ciillfurnlu.
II. CItKSSATY. the Wulklkl bench
hotel man, has returned from a busi
ness and pleasure trip to his obi home
In Southern California. Ho nrrlved In
tho Sierra this morning.
J. II. McLAKKKUTY, vice-president
und munuger ot the I'aclllc Coust Pa
per Company, is a visitor in Honolulu.
He wus here eight years ago und still
remembers many friends locally.
Dll. Ii. C. IlKASLKt Is an arrival
In tho Oceanic steamer Slorru from
tho coast this morning. Ho comes
here to Join tho staff! of officers con
nected with thu Marino hospital.
MKS. WILLIAM MATSON und Miss
Lurllne Matson arrived In Montreal
and are now en route viu the Can
Lilian Pacific, slopping at Haul! to
rest up for it few days before com
ing to town for tho season. S. V,
llAUKY COIISON CLARKE, tlio
comedian who bos played twice in
Honolulu, has written to Manager W.
O. Adams of tho Hawaiian Opera
House suggesting a winter engage
ment here for the Clarke stock com
Pit. T. 15. POTTEIITON, connected
with a well known Now York lecture
bureau Is making n visit to the Isl
ands In tho Interests of tho organi
zation. Dr. Pottertou anlved in tho
steamer Sierra this morning. He
brings letters to tho promotion In
terests and Is provided with ramerus
and, moving pictures machines. Ho
bones to secure an amount of inter
esting ilalu lut well ns views of scenic
liolnts or interests throughout tho Ter
Harry C. Mossmnu of Walluku,
.Maul, lino filed an application to the
supremo mint to practice law in all
llio com Is of tho Tuiritory. Ho has
practiced in tho district courts since
July 100r, and hu has also acted au
prosecuting attorney for tho district
court or Walluku.
Womun and girls for work In cannery,
Easy worlc. Apply ut cannery, 0:30
u. m. Hawaii Presirvlng Co., Ltd.,
FURNI8HED.ROOM FOR RENT.
Furnished front room, adjoining bath,
with all modern conveniences. No.
1SII School St., near Kniuiii street car
Our sanitary wagons Is our best ad
vertisement. Our cnumel-llnlshed cold
storage can not bo excelled, and our
illitllled water and Ice speak for them
OAHU ICE & ELECTRIC CO. .
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
LKS' BUILDING KING STREET
NEW - TO-DAY
SHAI.r.l) I'HOI'OSAI.S, endorsed 'pro.
posiils for ruundntloii," wMlliu rccelv
nl nt tlio Ooinmnndiint'H titllce, Nnviil
Station, Honolulu, until 11 o'chnk u. in ,
August 21, It! 1. and then und tin re
publicly opened, for constructing finin
iliitliius fur seven buildings ut the Naval
Station, Pearl Harbor. Plan nnd spe
cification run lie ohtnlniMl on nppllcn
tlon In W t". COWLEH, Iteiir Admiral,
U. K. .v., Commandant.
lao July 28; Aug. t.
in Tin: ciimmmt couiit (tfTin:
I'lrst judicial Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. At fhiimhcrs. In Probate. In the
matter of the llslntu of June Carrie
Puiiknula, deceased On reading nnd
filing the petition nnd account of
nenry iiiiami o. i.uvjiw
of igmnlulu. T.rrUory of Hawaii.
- ( m ,.,. .. ,, ...
w herein hu aiks to Imi allowed thu sum
of tr.lT.17, and charges himself with
the sum of S700. mid links that the smne
may bo examined and approved, mid
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lii.il u iiiianmir may o iiiu.i. ,n " -
iriiiiiiioii oi me ,.i........ v..,.....,.,K ...
hlh liniids to the ptrw.iH. thereto entl-,
tied, and discharging hliu and Ills sure-
lies fniiii ul 'urtheK responsibility us,
such ndmlnlstriitor: It Is Or. .red that
lues.uiy, ii... mil i"i i o, ,...-,... .,
in., before the
Judgeot said Court at the courtroom of
tlio said Court ut Honolulu aforesaid.
b and the same hereby Is uppolnted
.... 11... If... .. ..ft fe.l.....k ' lJ,.lt. Utfllll
us lie im.e-nn.i place .or "cariiu; sa...
pennon nun uccoiiiiii.. on., .inn ..,,..
and may present evidence ns to wl
lire entitled to the said property. lat
ed ut Honolulu tills. 2SII. day of Jply..
1911. Ily the Court: A. K. AtTNA,
Chrk. Holmes. Stanley & Olson, nt
toriieys for ndiiilulstrator.
49D0 July US; Aug. t, 11, is.
TWO MONEY SAVING ATTRACTIONS
Double Sale Event on
Tuesday, August 1st
aii Trimmed Hats
Hundreds of Remnants of Silks
marked desperately cheap !i
to, close ' out.
CLEARING SALE of MILLINERY
prior to reopening new stock.
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
Black and Tan
$2 to $3.50
A Tr.UE DARGAIM IN HEALTY IS
OFFERED NEAR CORNER LILIHA
AND WYl LIE 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 llaunllnn Stock Ex
change I'.ooiil 10.1, Stanecnwald tmlld
lug. Telephone USI. Postolflce box
DOfi. Cable uddreii: "Itiilldog."
ANOTHER AUTO FLOPS
NEAR POLO GROUNDS
Another mitiunoblU nrcldcnt wnsreg-
I lllll'lllll HllliMlliiulll .
,, , t ,,, lk.0 1,(.,Mrllllelll wlr
J()o VK.rrn u ,..,, , (UKiusc-.
was ndinltteil Into the yucyi s Hospi
tal jertVrdiiy with broken snouldirs.
Vlerni, who vu driving his automo
bile near the polo grounds yesterday.
, wHll ,, tlKvMv,ti t Id.ntlci.lly the
H11(, ,,, M ,Yllllk i; T10,1UW ,,,,,1
Wl,r0 ,,, . ,)t llCr mucMnp,
u , wlJ , In( ,,, u
nii (if x it 1u . ,, ,,,,
,( tuim(, a vnn fl ,KKttiin,
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"I urn nvi.fc ii. uiiii". u. ... .-
, , ,,111U(I, ril w,.r M.rlously
of Ids seat and diimpid. onto the
iJhmm1 ,, ,,,. nup.e,,,,.,,
- ,. ,,,,., n,.-....,,,,. a
report wus sent Into toun and assist
line." wiih liiiniedlal.'ly .lbi.itche.l to
lirlni. 'l..rrn III til tlm linnltllt. II., will
o o hospital In about thr.s
.. , , . nnm
- 1 i5AOi ruiionai rouras xxuu
j buklnrsK ofllcr. Then, are the. tclr-
nnnne nniiiiirrs nr iim u 1 1 a.