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EVENING. BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
Whorovor they nro worn. PACKARD
SHOES uet'off thoh- fino etylo and oxcollonco
of -workmanship and materials. Thoy aro always
drossy and ohnpoly and thoro la llu vory last
cont's -worth o value in ovcry pair.
" $4.00 $4.50 $5.00
Mclnernv Shoe Store
da not enter the home where a
Savings Account has been apart
of the dally life.
Open a Savings' Account today
and make tyetematlc deposits of
tome part of your earnings.
WHEN IN NEED OF
of mny dvtorlption
PAPER & SUPPLY CO. LTD.
rort and Queen 8tre.L
GEO. Q. GUILD
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MEECHAN1 STREET
P 0. Box 328
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Assurance Co. A. H. DONDERO,
Tots! Resources. .$ 79,940,000
Lotiee Paid $157,911,531
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agents, T.rrltory of Haweil
S3 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2551
.500 to $15,000
Yea? lie never expected to be, so he
failed to take uut a
Before yeu nail, why not do the
wine thing and set some real protec
tion STANDARD PR08PECT8
Saturday, May 18.
NAME OP STOCK,
$ 3501 ot 50x100, Ktklo 'Tract, near
$2400 limine and Lot C7xl87, near Ma
klkl Fire Station.
$ 600--I.OI near King St. nn'd Kallhl
wnena School; 50x100. Easy
payment. Liberal discount tor
Notary Public, G-ante Marriage Li
censes) Ors'vi Leasei. Deed'
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
W.lty Building 74 S. King Street
923 Fort 8treet
FOR SALE I urge House and lot In
Kallhl planted to bearing grape vinos
and fruit tiecs. A good Investment.
FOR RENT A neat six-room cot
tage ut I'lilnmu. 116.
Klne clght-ropm house with sewer,
electric light and gas, and large lanal;
completely screened. 140.
A nice roomy cottnge In a unlet, good
neighborhood In town. 122 per month.
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant 8treet
C. Brewer & Co
Kwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co. .....
II aw. Com. & Euk. Co. . . ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Hnnokaa Sngur Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kuliukti Plantation Co. ...
Kekuha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onoinea Sugar Co
Olan Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar MI'I
Paiu Plantation Co
Pepoekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlalua Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugai Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walnica Sugar Mill Co. , ,
Inter-Island S'tam N. Co.
Hawuilnn Flnctrle Co. ...
Hon. P.. 7. & L. Co . Prot.
Hon. It. T. & L. Co. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu It. &L. Co
Hllo R. U. Co.. ITU
llllo It. II. Co.. Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawallaji Plntupple Co. .
Tanjong Olok U.C., pd. up.
Hon. B. & M. Co. Ana...
Haw.Ttr.4 iFiioCI.) ..
Haw.TerrI.4 Pub Imps
Cal. Beet Sug. & Rcf. Co. C
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., fix...
Ilnw. Com. & b'ug Co. 5?
Hllo II. H. Co., Issue 1UU1.
Hllo IL R. Co., Con OX ...
Honokoa Sugar Co, 0 .
Hon. K. T. & U Co 0 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Cn. fin
McBrydo Sugir Co. Cj ...
Mutual Tel. 6r
Oahu It. &L Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co 5
C!aa Sugar Co. 6
Pac. Bug. Mill Co. 6a ....
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co.5 ...
Natomas Con. Cs
lltlJi 1 fill T,?lLlE3EtJlt
u"E.&W." and "STAR"
1 ,' I
1 '' 1 ) i f'!l '
i I.50, 2.00, I2.5O
Distinctive lines and ex
clusive patterns in plain
and pleated lvsoms.
SILVAS TOGGERY, Ltd.
The Store for (mod Clothes"
inzit -i i.i ti ii ir it
' . 1 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I CO it
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Curios from all over Ihu world at thu
A sate of cretonnes will began at
Sach's next Monday.
White reps, wnsh corduroy and pop
lins, at Whitney & Marsh.
It goes wltuoul snyiiiH thai every
llilng Is lies' at The Encore
Special prices on pittterles and
brasses. Arts and Crafts Shot)
lucianano ti. uo. aro tno uisinuulors
for the Pabst. Illuo Ribbon Ilecr.
Dr. J. J. Carey bus lcsumed prac
tice at his offlce. 307, Boston bldg.
The McBryde CO-cent sugar dividend
will be In June as tins been expected.
Alwuys buy at the slores thin give
Oreon Stamps. Thoy're bb good as
I'nln, Maul, Is promised a much-needed
courthouse by the Maul County fa
New Buttings, coats., .unil other
ready-to-wear goods, uro on display ut
The Undonvood Typewriter Visible
nono bettor. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
A fine display of tlio products of the I
rinectar people Is being made In the
window of II. May & Co.
Wanted Two more pussengeis for
arouid-the-lslund at J6 Lewis
Stables and Oarage. Tel 2141
L. Ah U'ong has bought $15,930
worth of business property from the
helm of the late K. Nahaulcoeo.
Whitney & Mursh hnvo new man
hlsh waists with Roft collars and cuffs.
Did you ever try the Expeit Hat
Cleaners on Kurt stieet with a soiled
hat. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
If you waul a good Job don on ud
auto or carrmgo take It to Hawaiian
Carriage MTg Co.. 427 Queen St.
Unlley the Honolulu Wire-Bed
inan is offering some lino, locally
T ! ill
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King Street Corner Fort
Jas. W. Pratt
MEAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
We deal In Hated and undated secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LO0AN &
CO. Room 17. Bacon Block, Oakland,
H. C. CARTER General Partner
O. A. WALKF.R General Partner
Many Armitsge & Co.,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER8
P. O. Box 6CZ Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Between Boards: J3000 II. R. T. & manufactured rerrlirerutnrx for J7.50
L. Co. Cs, 107.23: 13 McBryde, fl.37".; j Island agents, Evtrready Auto start
40 McBryde, 9.37V4; GO Olaa, 7.87H; er, auto rcpalreis; M. C. King, mgr
20 Olan, 7.87: 60 Oahu,29; IS Ua-i Queen and Mllllanl Sis. Phone 3C3U.
. 29; 10 Oahu. 29; 10 Oahu, 29; 33, Assistant Attorney-General Arthur
HARRY armitagi; Bd.oI.i P.rin.-i Wnlalua- "M - Hawn. Pino. Co.. a. Smith und wife havo moved Into
MAHRY ARMITAQb.. Special Partner 40. r.n. in 1lnner. r,.r,nr tltlttn Iln. .i. -....,.i t ..
, .. , .. . ....., . , T . . iiiv wcuitu iuci iiiiiinu Luiitistj, uii
neer s. 100; B O. It. & L. Co., 170; Wylllo street.
$1000 Hllo Kx. lis, 94.50; 15 Hono-i The postolllco has leased part of tho
kan, 11.12. I Star's former quarters In tho McCand-
Session Sales: fi Haw. C. & S. Co., less building for the registry und
45.25: 5 McBryde, 9, CO; 5 Walalua, mailing divisions.
131;T. Wnlalua, 131: D Walalua. 131; I The unnunl Children's Day servlcn
20 Walalua. 131; 15 Walalua. 131; $l..'of Kumnukiiplll church will be held
000 Olaa .6s, 97.50; 50 II, C. & S. Co.. Sunday morning ut II o'clock. A cor
45.25; 7 0. It. & L. Co.. 170; 20 Mc dial Invitation Is extended to nil.
Ilryde, 9.02; 2.-, Olaa, 7.87; Ii Something new. Itoynl Nuvy bl
Olaa, 7.87; 100 Olaa, 7.87; 10 cycles. Krco wheel, roller chain.
Olaa, 7.87: 10 Olaa, 7.87; 30 Mc. nickel rlmB, double brakes, $40.00.
Ilryde, 9.02; S McBryde, 9.C2; lfi powson Bros., Smith und Hotel Sts.
Onomea, 51.75; 10 Onomea. 51.75; 10 They'll look like they were made for
uanu, z'J.i.; ir uanu, zm.iz'i; -a
Oahu, 29.12: 10 Olaa, 7.87; 5 II.
B. 'V M. Co.,21.50; 2.1 McBryde, 9.75;
15 Llrttryde. u.7li; 100 Olaa, 7.87; 2.1
McBrydo, 9.75; Ii McBryde, 9.75; 10
Olaa, 7.87; 30 Olaa. 7.87; 160 Olaa,
7.87; 50 Olaa, 7.87.
All lovers of up-to-date homes
are interested in Johnson's Floor
Wax, Wood Dyes and home.
Call on us for samples and
books of Instructions.
Lewers & Cooke
177 8. KING STREET
Remember the Hot Days
of Last Summer?
Hi: foul. AND COM KOIlTAllLi:
11Y I.NKTAI.I.INO NOW
ALL OP THIS Mt'.M.MEIt
An Electric Fan.
a mild Imuran OH a stuo.no wind BY THE ItlXl-
VLATION (! THE SWITCH
OltDEH ONE BY PUOSB NOW A.NO BE CO.MI'OItT-
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
I AI1MHDV MESSENGER BOY
LAUIMUKI PARCEL DELIVERY
We know everybody and understand
HOW MEXICO TREATS AMERICANS .
INbW - TO-DAY
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Information Furptshed and Loan.
157 KAAHUMANU 8TRErT
UC-deeree Centrifugals, 3.92.
Ity, 4.54, 88-degreo Analysis
IntelllKent younj- man (mulatto) would
like position of mi) kind -city or
country Address J A Wylh'y,
Hotel Panama, Hall I'r.iiH'ixcn.
FOR ANYTHING IN
.OLIVER G. LANSING
SO Merchant Street
Lawrence Cauarlo, who Is now tho'
bookkeeper and traveling repreBonta-
live of tho Hawaii Ilallway Co., andl
L. A. Wah were out riding on a truck
t.uto May 5, They intended to go ns
far as llalawa, but on their way In,
unfortunately, they had a wreck down
at Hoiiolpu, and thoy had the fun of
pushing tho auto back to Mahukona.
However, they conceived a great Idea
they hunt; up their coatB as sails.
Mrs. Nance of
I llghtful luau last
homo In honor
leaves shortly to.
on tno coast.' a
old friends was present to bid him
adlou. Weekly Times,
The "boy orator, Bernard II. Kelo
Sugar 3.92 cts
HENRY HiuL Ml 10
."on, when you get them from Qeo. A.
Martlu, tailor, llethel street. $20
The Crossroads' Book Store has just
received u big shipment of new titles
In C5-ceiit books. You will llnd some
of tho very latest fiction titles In the'
Horses und mules to arrive June 2
per S. S. Virginian from Seattle: 50
horses, 24 lurgo mules. Inquire of nnwow. elRht rn.uu and ImiUi. enm-
yiuu niuuies, i.. nuKill Bireet. lei. 11,1.. f,lrn,l,..,l. In Kulmukl. rlaht
Tho Paatillo School Is overcrowdod
I with children. An additional room
nnd teacher aid really necessary. e
I'aaullo is new yet, Its Blarting
nn cur line Oliver (1
i PASO, Texas. April za. Alter tno Americans orcuinuu tumuih
y-elght davs m the unspcakablo fimrtcrB In the penitentiary, and at
,. ., , , , one time shared n cell with a half-
of the penllontlary at Chihuahua, .,, A.ri , Timv
, ! la 1 1.1 1 UlvvW nun till 4 lei va iv vt vf
uuiikeu, uu.imu.1 mm ami wu. umiuuKii ,,,, g(ven ,, llo,,e of
J,es.r..": ""'m,rr;.a,Ki!iH, ' ' mx
KL PASO, Texas. April 2.1. After The Americans occupied vuriom
i.f. nf Irim nlirtill
K. Barton, aged 3.1. of Marlln, Texas. (cn .,,, ln ,cnKth Wltli this they
and John Anderson, aged 2.;, of BoH-,went ,() work undcr )lo wln(w nnd
on. muss, nrnvcu nero ioihkih. iiov 0 0Hl 10 ,,,, , ,u gluuo flu
Ing been liberated at Chihuahua n ,, t)l0 tmlMo WBH reached. This
night through llioWTorlH of t'nlted, wrk refHlrH mXy mo Klt. Tlio
hlates Consul I urloii Lelcher. Mext l(;lt tlloy l)n,1Iu.(i l0 r,.movo a
'I hey bore full evidence of Dm or- fw som,8 nMll cltca,10. Tllu -hreed."
deal through which they had passed. muv,.r carried the news to the ton
Barton lost twenty-llvo pounds und mamlallt r tll0 ,)r8im mi n10 W
Anderson about twenty. They had Airerlcntis. Barton llrst, and Auder
bold their clothes to get n llttlo food, KO 10 milll ,la. ttoru ,,au.j i ,,.
and arrived hero In Indescrlbalilo tat- ,ur.. conomcnt.
ters. Barton wore a handmade cap, pr,oner -Aids Them.
Itisliloncd and sewed by himself, that, A , , iaIlun know at
was a cnrliaturo or masculine head- Smtlli alld W, 8a,i . was i.M m
gear. Their hair hung over their nutiiotlty of the Hnlied Slates becauso
eyoH- , , ,, 'lie answered the description of sumo
Both spent live dnys In solitary con- ri,a, cll,,rti wa8 tlie ,caus of gettlni;
(liiement. Barton was the first on tllu 110tttt of ,1)Pr plight to Consul
whom the scnteiuo was passod. Letcher. Smith was liberated when
During this time ho was given ,U a,,mced that he wuiild not to
neither food nor water. Anderson tl,,t PXtraillttou and promptly carried
soon after suffered the same fate. In u llotc from nnrl0 t,0 1'nlied
their cells thero wns a little window, states consulate,
hut sharpened spikes projected In .jjel mo tPn )0 tiat t,o-e greasers
ward to keep them from approaching Rtcpied around when Mr. Ilcher
close enough to tho bats to look out. cnmo (; saj Hartuii. livery time he
Phases of the torture they suffered wul;ed Bomo olllclul took off hU hai.
vvhllo thus Isolated cannot ho repeated t wn9 flur ,ll0 nolo rro, ,mr smto
I" isrltit ' Departiuent, and when the Consul
Tho two jnen woro employed on tho took uuff J0 ,el that gold-laced out-
Aintiiewson raucu near riioeuix wueu m sneezed.
n n,( -. , - .1. .,. 1 I !. I..
! There is no better candy than that Kedernl Government, was tho unl.iuo ""u.'" "w. ' "u" "" ,"1'"1...?" " .. " .
. ,,,,la i, ii,.,,- i'. u f a,. n...i.. ..i... i..., iil,.i oini. f-o.r,. Jiaueru. koiii wbiw uii i-ioiueu UIIU
...l..b M (It.Ma .fc .,u W( UU( ,',(MVIDLU II1CU BUfc Ul UCIUtU ,,,,W Utl.la Ul.t- .....
The Territorial C.overnment. through
They hnd ronchml Ulil.tliu Attorney Oenurrs olllce, is en-
Smith - Co Ltd.. at the corneV of Hawa in. arred on ... charge" of b JJ route when they were ar- "VSa'S'lff
i T .e1 nT leof 6laa had a !,"r, ', r, !i ''", , "'v""! 'Zv J.H for Americans. i U.l for' the excha,e of a consider-
Members Honolulu Slock find llund , larowell gathering at the Kcaau ten- morning. A sample of tho coal was! , No c1lia.rs.! ovc'r wns 'T "T" ? '.i,',',' iiin'!!n .net Ion i for .tl.er
t..i ' ii ,. i t i i,n- ;.r i. ..! ,.., , ...'. i ...i 1 hem. but thoy were Informed that ' tlio Holaiiola section lor oilier
I r,XCIIUllKC. " vu.... .. ,, .., ,.uw v. v.. .. iiiifUUCeil 111 iriJUll, liunutui, UIIU .: . .. . .... , l...l., ,.nr... ,,. n.iii n nnuaitliln
Kokomo gave a de- POUT AMI JIKItCIIANT StUEETS " my Gerlach. .Ther'loft far shown to be of tho Pocahonlos pro nKe ""''y . ?" .ru.u"'.'' .Jr:,',..!,, n -i, ZZ
Thursday at her Telephone I20H. thoCoast May S on the lBoi, an. duclon, wlrich Is used only by the .-'' r'?, " "nl V"' ' ?"l effect an exeat Ko . lands, ti.
of Mr. Pimento, - - Two Klllptnos woro nticu 3U each Federal Government hero. Mahoe ' ..'.. ,'.".... .'"" .'.."" " ,j n, nroHiiv of ,ilnnm.
(Ill n good position! anil a (hlrd one $20 In Judgo Goodness was committed to court. ";' ' '' '"l " " 51-. . " " Us Is sa Id the preset route
large gathering of rP I a CV ,. '" on Maul last'Tuesday for carry- Acting Governor Mott-Smlth yester- Time after Imo he demanded a tr a ,. - ''"',"? '" "5 ' n," ,. ?hnt
uuidiu w turn i
uay granicu n paroon anil resiorauou ' -" "" " -; "', Mirilrnlnr section cannot bo made nas.
nf oivil rleiits ! William Davis, who wrote live loiters to Consul Letcher. l".r 'ctiliir seci inn eannoi uo maue pas
lug concealed weapons, Hovoral up-
to-date revolvers were lounu on ti.em of civil rights to William uav s who "'"'"" ' - 'Vr "i-liod 1 im" M"- "" at n ox"0,,,,0 rt'n,er ,h
When In high spirits and hilarious was tonvlcted of assnult and battery! " " p whlih over reathed him. rnnii,.,.,iii
kollo, Is to become tho editor of a now' o-rnpk AMH IJOMn PRnVpRQ n'0011 tl,ey wcro ln tl10 liablt of tr'1"8 Nov- Vi- ,901- al,d Beteced to pay a u ice nu was nuie io inn iiirouBu a deslrnblfi routo
weekly nowspapcr at Hllo, "Ka Leo olUOK AIMU bUiIU..rd,-rUICno to run things In tho Kahoka camp to line of Jiono. The line wns paid, bit! i w InUow to a ii.aii passim;, whom ho "la'' ior n more uesinime rouie,
o ka Lehulehu," (Tho Volco of tho' Members Honolulu Slock und Bund suit themselves. It did' not suit Capt, his civil rights wcro not restored un look for an American, vto take n noln . .
V m l,n nrlntn.l liv tl.n llnwnll Kjcliuilge Joe Soma of that d strict and id III vestcrdnv. Davs s n Btcam ro olio i-etencr. ino man pain no uiien- ....... .....
.' "- ..... ..... w. . i m , i .. . .. . ' !.,.. I.. !,., ct
Stiingenniilil llldtfi 102 Merchant SLtook tliem Into court.
Hon to tlio request.
II ii I let In, Al.iUn Urcel.
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f..ifiilil.ii.nir..i1wwn-Jj.,.WIii.i M) IJJJEJiag