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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1911.
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FOR ANOTHER EDUCATIONAL
THIS STORE is particularly interested in
the .children, for, while the Territory
is furnishing to their growing mihds a good
understanding, we are furnishing the same
commodity for their feet.
GOOD SCHOOL SHOES
AT BEDROCK PRICES
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL E8TATE, INSURANCE,
WUl bay a BEACH IOT near
Excellent Set front Ketldene
iltet Fruit tree and gtut rtw
iK on lotf,
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AHD
Cot. Merchant and AUkca Its.
Ad. in the
Phone 1 884
Lots on Qullck Ave. $150 to I3W
each) 50x100 20 per cent, cash; bal
ance S per cent, monthly. No Interest.
Witter; electric lights; good roads, etc.
$4500 8lxbedi com house on Walo
Ine, road, near Mollllll church. Lot
(.(100 acre. Porcelain hath tub; elec
tric lights; good view,
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Walty Building 74 8. King Street
Nuunnu Tract lotn at from $250 up
nro the best real estate bargain on the
imirKet, i;ieciria car service, good
frtreetx and water, well-drained ground,
and a cool, healthy location.
J.oIk In a new tract at Palama with
in walking distance of town.
A few splendid Iota In Kamehameha
Park Tract, one block from car.
Good lota from 1350 up on Kallht
FOR RENT. Pine new cottage at
J. H. SCHNACK. v
137 Merchant Street
W. C. Achi
. ' ATTORNEY AT LAW
4 Kapiolanl Building Honolulu, '. H.
P, O. Box 608
GENERAL BUSINE88 AGENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith Sts.
P. O. Box 948. Phone 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Comml.ilon.r of Deeds for California
and Now Yorkr NOTARY PUBLIC)
Grants Marriage Licenses) Draws Mori
gagss, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
Wills, etc Attorney for the District
Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST, HONO
LULU. PHONE 1840, ,
YOU will avoid travel
if you carry the
American Bankers' As
soc i a t i o n Travelers'
Cheques. The cheques
that are always and
everywhere good. They
establish at once the
identity and credit of
the holder and facilitate
his dealings with stran
gers. For sale by
Bank ot Hawaii,
Judd BIHg, Fort and Merchant
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities ef all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 8 certificates at 85. Oakland
Traction Preferred. W. E. LOGAN A
CO, Room 17, Bacon Block, .Oakland,
Company THE LEADING SURETY COMPANY
OF THE WORLD
PREMIUM INCOME, 19101
923 Fort Street
WHEN IN NEED OP
of any description
PAPER A 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen Streete
GEO. Q. GUILD
Williamson & Buttol
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 148Ui P. 0. Box 081
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Oct. 2.
NAME OF STOCK
O Brewer A Co
8110 A R
Rwa Plantation Co. ,
Ilanallat! Atfrtc Co
Haw. Cora, ft Sue Co....
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ilonotnii Suxa Co. .....
Honnkaa Hugst Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kabuku Plantation Co. .,
Kekaba Sugar Oo
Koloa Sugar Co ,
McBrydo Suaar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd
Ptauhau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co.
Pepeekeo Mgat Co
Pioneer MM' Co.
Walalua Agrle fo
Walluku Sugar t
Waltuanaln Sugar Co ...
Walmea Sugar Mill Ca . .
Inter-Inland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian ElectrlcCo . .
Hon. R-T.4L Co, Pre!
Hon. R. T. L Co . Com.
Mutual Telephone Ca . . .
Oabu R. A L. Co.
Hllo IL.R Co.. Pfd.
llllo R K Co.. Com....
Hon. B AM Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co , Ltd.. .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.C pd up
Pahan,Rub. Co. (I'd).
Pahang - (Ass. 40 Pdl
Haw.Ter.4X (Fir CI.)
Haw. Ter. 4X
Haw. Ter. J WX .
Cal.Rect Sug Ref.ro t
Hon. 0 us Co. Ltd, Ca..
Hamakua D.'rh Co ,
Upper Dltcb 6a
Haw. Irr&tn. Or. 6a
Haw. Com. A Hug. Co. S
Hllo R. R Co., Is.ue 1901
Hllo R. It Co. Con. 6 ..
Honokaa Sugar Co., ti ,,
Hon. RiT.&UCo t ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6
McBryde Sugai Co 6a . . .
Mutual Tel. 6a
Oohu R. A K Co. BX
Oabu Sugar Co 6
Ola Sugar Co. 6X
Pioneer Mill Co ... .
Walalna Agrlc Co. BX ...
BALKS Uetvvccn Hoards: 95 Haw.
Bug. Co, $16; $1000 Mcllrydo Gj. $100.
Session Sales: 25 PahaiiR Rub. Co.
$21.50; 25 Puhang Rub. Co., $21.50;
10 Pahang Huh. Co., $21.50; 15 Pa-
hang Rub. Co., $21.50; 60 Haw. C. &
8 Co.., $10; 31 Qlan, $5; 50 Olaa, $5;
5 II. C. & S. Co., $40; 15 II. C. & S.
Co.. $40; 0 Olan, $5; 5 Mcllryde
IGC21&; 10 Haw. Pine. Co., $38.25;
25 Walalua, $120; 10 Walotua. $120;
r Walalua, $120; 5 Walalua, $120.
NOTICIJ By vote of tho Wrectors
Onomcn Sugar Co. will pay extra divi
dends of 50c per share Oct, 5, Nov,
5, Dec. 6. This In addition to tho
regular dividend of 30c.
DIVIDKNIIS-Oct. 1 1911: Haiku,
S1; Pnla. $L; Ploneor 2 spl. $150
reg., $3 50,
Latest sugar quotation, 5.74 cents.
Sipar. 5 74cfs
Bee's, 17s 6d
ieiibv mmm iw co.
Members Honolulu Stock tal Bond
.V0KT AHD MSROHAHT tTUXTS
IT0CI1 AHD B0HM
" Trent Trust Co.,
UEMBU HOHOLUIO STOCK AMD
I ' BOKO EXCHANdl
Giffard d Roth
IJT00X UXD BOOT) BX0IXU
efcabfrt Honolulu Stock t4 load
( , Exclunjte
SUBgcnwald Bldg., 103 Mcrohauit It.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loene
'87 KAAHUMANU STREET
I Phone 1S72
Home Insurance Company
' of Hawaii, Ltd.
' WR1TKS AM. KINDS OP
96 King 8treet, corner of Fort 8treet
O'Neill Building Telephone 352S
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
You will like tho Owl Clg.w At
all dealers for five cents;
It goes without suytng that every
thing Is Rest at The tincore.
The biggest cholera germ known Is
on exhibition at the Anchor Saloon.
do aud see Joa. Roman to have
your hat cleaned. 122 Ueretanla SL '
J. Jnrdlno wait arrested by tho. po
lice Saturday and charged with us
s'liilt and battery.
We have a new line of novelty toys
and fnvors for chlldrens' parties.
Arte and Crafts Shop.
School books approved by tho Hoard
of Education, aiso all school aupplles
at Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
Pay cash and ask for Green Stumps.
They're free. And call at tho show
rooms and see the new goods.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or currlage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Don't miss seeing the tine display
of hand-decorated Hawaiian scenes on
China at the Curio Den. 1119 Fort SL
The monthly meeting of Hplphnny
(liiilil of Knlmukl will meet at Mir.
Klng'n lesldcnco at 3 o'clock this aft
ernoon. Thero Is no- better plumbing than
that done by John Nott, the Pioneer
Plumber, 182 Merchant street, Tele
For distilled water. Hire's Root
Beer and nil other popular drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consolidated
Tho French Laundry, J. Aha lie,
proprietor, has no branches. The of
flco and works aro at 777 King street.
WANTKD Four more passengers to
make up motor party for u trip
around the Island, $C00 each. Lewis
Stables nnd Garage. Tel. 2141.
Chic Parisian effects' In dress hats.
cspcclvlly trimmed, hnve been recelv
ed ex Sierra by Milton and Parsons,
Hotel street opposlto Young Cafe.
Wi I-ester was nrresloj Saturday
night on a sort of double barrelled
charge. Two bfflcer, each with a war
rant serving tlitni nt the same time
A Jnpani'Ho named Nlvimn, Is in
the Queen's Hospital as the result of
being struck by an nutomobllo uhllt
riding a blcyclo on Knlakaua avenue
Order some spring latnb from the
Metropolitan Meat Market and n block
of Australian butter and you will have
the real thing In good things to cat.
Tho new term of thesnpremo oiurt
opened this morning when tlirco
cases were set. The dedication of
tho pictures ot tho jurists will take
place this afternoon.
Fresh California fruits and Vege
tables In season and Pulluu Cream
ery butter received by ft S Wllhel-
mlua tomorrow. lleury,tMuy & Co,
Ltd. Telephone 1271, .
Gblka Kawakaml, a Japancso wo
man, has been oriented on a chargo
of polygamy. 8he was originally mar
rled to Kenklchi Ilanaoka In Hiro
shima Ken, Japan, In April 30, J IV
Funeral services ocr tho remains
of the late John Wagner 'were held
estorday, afternoon under the nun
pices of tho local lodfe of Kigles,
of which lhe deceased wama membor,
Frank Aklnia was granted until Oc-
tnhor 28, on Saturday, by Judgo Rob
Inson, to make a sturt paying his
wlfo alimony as ordered by the court.
He stated that he had been paying
so much a week out of his salary to
Attorney Qiilnn and was only Just
golting his full salary again.
At 2 o'clock next Wednesday after
noon, tho funeral services over tho
remains of the lata A. N. Cederlof
will be held In tho Slha's undertak
ing parlor. The body of the deceusjd
may bo seen by friends tomorrow aft
ernoon, a'fter which It will bo shipped
to Sun Fruncisco. Mrs. Cedarlof Is
staying with her sister, Mrs. CupL
Pederson, 150S Artesian street.
J. P. iriiBsey, who was recently re
leased from Jail, whero he was lock
ed up for shooting a Japanese wo
man, was accidentally wounded yes
terday by a bullet of a Yevolver which
he was playing with. lie was In
charge of the business place of Pho
ney Davis at Hie time, when the ac
cident happened. Ho Is, now In tho
hcupltal for rcjalr. ",
JOINT COLBURN BIRTHDAY
CELEBRATED ON SUNDAY
John Colburn entertained at one pf
his best birthday lunus Sunday, the
event being n Joint celebration of his
own birthday that fell on Saturday
and of his daughter whoso anniver
sary Is on Friday. Mr, Colburn spread
the luau at his beautiful and roomy
Peninsula home and proved his faith
In and success as a small farmor by
tendering his guests an array of eat
-blcs, the greater portion, of which
were produced on the farm. Tho
water to dilnk had of cour'so lo bo
drawn from tho mains.
Many toasts were drunk to tho
health of tho Colburns old ami young
and many good speeches wero made
appropriate to the occasion. Among
those present wero Prince and Prlu
cess Kalnnlanaole, Chief Justice Rob
ertson and wife, Capt nnd Mrs. Ma
rtx, Mr. Qeorgo Rodlek and wlfo Mr,
Jas. P. Morgan and wlfo. Senator
Chns. K. ChlUlngworth and' wife, Mis.
Auld, Mrs. Webb, C. W. Ashford, W,
C. Achl. John Wlso, K. J. Testa A. V.
Qear, Frank Archer, Frank Illako A.
.Fernando j, Mr. Mnhuka aud a good
number of younger people friends of
Four-in-Hand Silk Ties
Of Exceptional Qualify
COMPLETE LINE OF
Yawman & Erbe
FILING CABINET8 AND OTHER
utviv.no , ... ,.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
ALEX. YOUNG BLDQ.
See thli beauty, 11th Ave.i G
room Bungalowl lot 150x200)
50 bearing fruit trees ..,$3000.00
a place like tilts t Corner lot.
Hack fold Gt.l modern, Q
rooms 1 ,.,...
monthly rent will toon psy for
this rlace: 6 rooms, bathi
lot GG!,218..., : 200000
-,.-.. -. . - a ' ,.
Kalmuki, have a dandy lot, 75x I
1374, near car line 500.00
lots on easy terms.
A. II. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 2S53
Hay horse; gentle, family, riding or
drlv Ing, single or double. A bargain.
AddrtHH J. W, Welnlurg, Mvlnerny
Clothing Hlorc. r,0IC-Ct
HA8 NO RANCHES
Office and Workst 777 King 8treet
Our sanitary wagons our best ad-
vertl-imnt. Our .namM-Onhhed I cold
dUtllled water und lea speak tor them
OAHU ICE ELECTRIC CO.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
THESE TIES have
just been receiv
ed, andar,e examples
of the latest ideasln
shapes and. patterns
50c to $2.50
rf! t .!
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
. 1 ..!
W O. SMITH, Pretldent ' L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, -Treasurer
W. O. SMITH J. P. COOKC
W. J. FORBES S. A. BALDWIN
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN A, F- JUDD
OFFICES! SECOND FLOOft, 8TANGENWALD BUILDING
TAI L(1Y COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF CHINESE JADE JEWELRY GOLD AND
C'ORNUR NUUANU AND WOTKfi
OUR PRAYERS TOO
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An tnnnntlon In church worship Is
plalinid'liy the Itev, Cninin V. Atilt,
lrar of Ht. Andrew's cntliednil. who
iinnoiiiicetl during the course of hl
illuming mrvku jeslirduy that n sji
llul ,ll,y W""1J ,,c '"'' n"l',,, for '''"
Hloiiiiry jirioir nt the cnthedruh At
this IIiiim th. nhiiiH fur the new ordir
of worship are Incomplete, nnd It la nut
kuuwii wliellitr the hhh.IiiI day will lie
olHird Dine 11 month or onie u fort-
The Itev. Ault prenched a forcible
l)..v Anil ,.ol.n.1 n rroll.ln
Mrino,, ,, the n.l nnd illlcm? of
P.nj.r jeKt.rdiy, lie di.hired that
,- iiui, i ,.- ,.r...fj . i
eerthlni; lie, nnd that w nnd tu
illmlnate many r and "Mes
Tho uunrterlv meetlne nf the Wo
man's KoU-ty of Central Union church
will take pl.ico tomorrow morning at
11 o'cloik III the eluirelj Impel, All
me.11l.1r nnd frlends'of" the hk lety nr..
cordially Invited to 'attend.-(r9UKr)7'y! '
will he mule especially welcome. Tho pHsldotnt tin
women nra nsked to hrlnc tliflrjlunch-
1011 nnd to remain for the meeting of
tho Woman's Hoard nf Mission, which
will convinu lit 1:30 o'tock. .
Tho monthly meeting of Uptjihany
(Continued from Page 1)
Not Much Change.
I Thu m.itti r h isn't been lcukecLt!
',... .. l,..-v I, lit f ..( - ... tl.Ai
""' "" ' ""' ."", " " nlpiost wrk In favor of reenllUments,
It would iimko any iiintcrliil-chan((.anrtlfr ,01,5., nM ,,4,, ro wMvA
tin. ismernl ri-gluuntul K'iiMliutlcaitiiUn-mf wnrfl ,, Rlll, t0 itlVc ni,vllnt.l(,0
.the army. Trniisfira of olllcers nnd the
mx f new in. 11 due to enlistments
,nrii cnustantly muklng chnngea In reg-
lmi.ntl) , lllo ,,,., 1IM, of wuw
rinll.rital ,IniIlllon. , xtry ,,,.
"' "" " "1U "lmn " '"" oll"r "
curries Its traditions nloifl; too. -
I 'The ilnlui that tho new rlnu would
jjreatly leant 11 the coit nf Irnnsportu-
Hon iMiit, III my opinion, 11 suiind one,
us all heavy Impcdliuentu such us wug
(3ulld of Knlmukl will he held nt thu
lesbliliro of Mrs. Kins lit 3 o'clock
this ft rnciiin
Hlxtefn n.w nininlitra wire received
Into tin- fi-llowslilp of Central Union
ehurcli .Jext. rd iy. Twi. of thexx wire
r()H, f fuu,, lhn,i mi re.if-
nrmutlnii of faith, nnd the remainder
.. .,' , ... , ,
'" "" K'"'r luuuilli) lllllun irjr
"J";"1'" ,ho Wl,fl J"""" c",l",h'
W"l"- Mujur A. M. n.-
x1- - A., will siHiik c.n "The Uiy
,. Kll.ul..,.r.. !.., .....,
" ',',! """" " "
frnfrl ,'tl'"' ''" " i..iniy mine iruiu iiiu
ui.ilnlaiid, win re he hud been In lit
lendnmto nt 11 convention of the lead-
r. .. lu 11 .u ..... ......,.. .,..
in1 this renurkahle missionary
nmenwnt. nnd will bring nn Inxplrlug
".iie. It l Imi'id that the parl-h
he nihil Deacon V. A.
Hen.jWlu l nWli rluilrmin of the
inmmlttee thin yuir, will
Important matters' relative to thu
Jour" Work lire to he considered at :i
I.n.slnes' meeting of the lllbln school of
''intra) Union thurch tomorrow even--
liu: t, 7:30 o'cloik.
on, nnil horse nre left behind by reg
jlments In the tropics even under the
Ifnptulh f'nrler, chief or Mnff, Is nn
i.llnr oflleir innmeted with the local.
Upirtuliutiurg.inlz.itlnii who sees no
linnu to tlin nrmy In the proposed
Might 0 Jenefit.
"As ' mutter of fact," said Captain
CirHr, 'lhere nre rn ninny new men
prtlng Hirniigh the Iroplc-il regiments
every 'jmr that nt the end of four
enr 'tliere Is practically a clean
Mvecp, If regiment were permanently
slulioiud A believe that the ,!.. mi.,i,i
nr ,i, n ... , ,
n,wnhco of ,,nul,lo service time that
tlit V nre civ en for Ironic:. I nervlr,. A
, r ' ( jZX LtZro nre
,1 i rtT
ns pleniuiiit n stiilnn a nnone could
,,, 'cftiinulnjrsl ! would mak.i
It lossllili' lo Hcciiro nil extended trip
tu tho fU.ttes ever N year or so. mid
ti,ru U no fault to l-e found with cll-
i '' V'VitfMkt?' ' ' &.'v
m;,,::Y iifamm immimmmm