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ifpfcj -W' ". "nV EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. U MONTJY. SRPT. 12. 1910. t .i i. ft I Shoes for Growing Girls STAND SCUFFING MfelNERNY SHOE STORE 1 Fort Street above King For -Sale or Lease j Two -story, inosqulto - proof Cot-i ton", prai'tlcafly now, seven rooms: 1 I modern conveniences; grounds well planted with fruit ami foliar," trees; good neighborhood, anil con venient to cars. I For Rent Small Cottage, largo grounds: rood neighborhood, ami convenient to' earn. , For Lease Large . two'Hlnry, compleloly-fiir nlsheil House: ory it.'Klralilo In every report; every convenience, nm! located In host re.ililonci coctlmi of town, SRR Pratt, the Land Man Telcphono 1G02 125 Merchant St. VOU'LLFIND Fine Build ing Lots in the beautiful Ocean View District. Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd. f- Stop Paying Rent See the HAWAIIAN REALTY CO. Phone 2553 83 Merchant St. $500 to $15,000 CALIFORNIA OIL MAP FREE We tiro Riving away freo to thnsa answering thin advcrtlso ment beforo July 31st, map of all Hid California oil (ibid; ulsii a freo suhbcrlption to our trudo Journal, "California Oil Klelds.' Sagnr-Loomls Co., 833, 834, 835 l'lielan llldg., Sau Francisco, California. P. H. BUKNETTE Com'r. of Deeds for California iud New York; NOTAEY PUBLIC; Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws MortKaRes, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for the District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST HONOLULU. PHONE 1310. Forjale Complete Office Fixtures for immediate, ddivcty. Address P. 0, Box 207. Honolulu. F011 Rout Folding Chairs & Tables T. Hopp & Oo Ltd. CLERKS who spend all their income ore likely to remain clerks. Employers don't repose con fidence in spendthrift em ployes. Save your money and get out of the old rut. Be come an Employer not an Employe. One Dollar starts a Saving Account Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital nnd Surplus, $1,000,000 WHEN IN NEED OF Paper of any description P&one 1410 HONOLULU'S LAIUJEST PAPER HOUSE. AMEBIC AN-HAWAnAN TAVKIt & SUPrLY CO., LTD. Fcrt and Queen Streets 0E0. 0. GUILD - Manager Plate Glass Insurance Tho window sninalior Is at largo and active 1 11.111 in your plaio glass and havo It loplared without exponso or worry 011 jour part. Insurance Department Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 023 foil Sticct MARTIN GRUNE, ItJ'.AI. ESTATK Adr.NOY fiKT"J,4Y'J Alfred D. Co op oi' Hawaiian Stacks and Bonds liounjit and Sold 307 jilDD BUILDINO Telephone 2189 P. 0. Box C07 Wm. Williamson, StotR and Bond Broker, 83 MERCHANT STREET Thoue 1482 P. 0, Box 528 Honolulu StocK Exchange M .inlay Sopt 12 NAMB OK STOCK. MKIICANT1I.K Iltil Ask-d C. Brewer Cu HilOAIt. Ewb Plantation Co. ., 3)( 40 41 i Hawaiian Auric. Cv . i Haw. Com. & tins. Co, Hawaiian SitS'irCo. . I Iloiiomu Suga ' Co. . . jo iljo i lloiiokaaSug.ii-O) I 1 7 U' IK Hulkii Sugar Co I llutclilnxoii Sugnr Plant. , 1 Kuhiiku I'lantutlon Co. ... 155 If)1, IS JO? i 5'i Kokaha Sugar Co Koloa Sugar Co MclirydnHuga-Co Oulm Sugar ';o Om men Sugar Co til Hligar Cc. Ltd Olno'tluCo i'.uiiliau Sugur t'lutit. Co. 2 ids 2'4 4', 6 'on PiiiifleSugarMIH I' tii Plantation Co I2S '35 I'iiiekeo Sugar Co 155 Pioneer Mill Co ') Wyilalna Atcrlc Co 12';'. liy'J Wnllitku Sugar Co WulmaiiHloSuitarCo Jit WhIiiipu Sugar Mill Co, "43 '55 MIBCKU.ANICOtlS. I lnterlsla.nl Steam N. Co Hawaiian Klctric Ci Ilon.n.T.&b Co.. Prof. . Hod. It. T. & I. Co . Com. . Mutual Tclupl'.unn Co. . . Nalilku RuUoet Co.. Paid Up Nnhlkii lliibbni' Co.. Am. .' Oahil H. & I Co into it. it Co. pfd niioit.u.co ;. Hon. n. ft M.L'o Hawaiian PlnHapiilo Co .. Tanjon Olok It. Co. u 1 up t!6 do ami. CS p IIONDS Haw.Tir. 4 t Fire CI.) .. Haw.Ter. llaw.'Ter.4W Haw.Ter.4V4X Haw.Ter.3V4X Cnl; DeetSiut. & Kef. Co. G Hatuiikua Ditch Co., 170 I07j 107 lj U 5 iAi'i M 21'i Jt'i V)n Upper Ditch Cs Haw. Irr. Co., Ca 45 pd. . Haw. Irrtttn Co., Cn Haw. Com. ft Sue, Co. 6 llllo.lt. It. Co., Issue 190 IIIIon.lt. Co.. Con. CX ... HonokaaSucm Co., 0" ,. Hon. It. T. & I.. Co. C ... Kauai Ily. Co. Cg ....... KolialaMtch Co. ?.... Mcllrydo Sugar Co. Cn , . . Oahn R. It .. Co. zr Oahu Sugar la 6 OloaKiiKiirCo. X Pre, Biift. Mill rn C Pioneer Mill Co. 6X Walalna AwtIo. Co. Si ... 1, 'J ioj4 105 97 ioj ioo4 ioi; J7.' ;ioi, Ol'i 101 i 101 yJv SAI.i:S Ilotween Hoard. $lonn Me Pi J do fi. J:i8 23. , Sintdou SalcB. 3 Haw. C. & S. Co, Jill. 1 Haw. C. H. X, Co.. Sill; Hill lliiw C & 8. Co., ll: HI Haw. C & fi CM. 110; 20 Haw C. & S Co.. SIO; 100 llouokaa, t!8; 2." Ilonokaa. $18; $20011 Una Cs, H3.7." ; $2i'00 llllo i: fia. $!m;7.'.; 5i Haw. C ft S Co, $10; CO Haw V. & S. Co. $40; Latest sugar quotations 4.36 cents or $87.20 per ton. Sugar, 4 36cts Beeis.J2s 5d iifiinv iviiFDiiniLV mil!;'!' f.(i I1S.11 II I uiiii-uiiuuuL. iiiuui u Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange TTiTIT ATJFI MEHCHANT STREETS Telephone 1208 Harry Armitage Stock and Bond Broker Member of Honolulu Stock and Horn! Kxchango Campbell Block, Merchant Street Roth & Giffard STOCK AND BOND BH0KERS Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange 848 KAAHUMANU STREET 'STOCKS AND BONDS Trent Trust Co., Limited MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND BOND EXOHANOF 'Unpin new $iil iiiiiliteifelt liulim nro said to be i.ixllj diilK'tud. hut It loo small 11 luatlir to bolhei Hllli III leii'UlliH thrill III 1 luuup' llUhllinllil NeKS-UMlder kHiiiivlmt Hiii iwiiiiIh illiriii"! fin'll LOCAL AND GENERAL Tbe nickel 'tablet sold by the Bulletin i the biggest and Lest tablet for school work thnt can be found. Ono Two Klght Olio. Try n cas of Plncctnr. It I pur". 1'hono U.J7. If your horso ordog h sick A It Itiiwnt, I) V. S., phono 2I2U. Pastor Kclmy niiil family have re turned from n ncatlon spent on Iln vwill. Tho goi'pcl of St. John, prinlnl In tho Hussion language, was ill 1 1 Hjhh-,1 In tho penitentiary Sunday hv Mr.) nuiiit. Pa caul.' and aflk for green .tampa.i'"l"1'",l"1 ",,,l,""ls '' '"M'"' " . . '1 ...I I.. 11... innllu, ,.f l.n ll,ltl,tr 111,, t-il.l. They'ro freo. Call nt the nhow rooms and eco what you get freo for Htumps, - , At tho Criterion you can ret a dell clou lunch freo with jour Anyn of beer. Drop In between eleven thirty nnd twelve thirty. Commencing Sunday, August 28, the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n's phone numbers will.be: Business office, 2250; edi torial rooms, 2185. Order your liKats at tho lletropo- lltnn and fool, safo. an to th. ipnli 1 The R8tem of kt'cvmr; nirntii In that establishment Is utieipialli'd hin. You ran d('.end iixin geithiR the 1'i'Kt poislble flnlsti from jour nega tive if you hap the Honolulu Photo Supply Co. do jour developing and printing. The Halo of Owl rlgarx on tho paci fic Coax( last year iicsicgited 50 mil Horn!. Moro than all tho other nihei tlied binnda cotnblned. They limit bo good.' fl,. .!.! n tn tlnliilitrt ttnvt I'llillt' ... ....,. .............. ..-....., S30.S7.UI ; I la kiriJlXHR. 27; North night nud spend tlm week (lid. Hoi! Virn-1-. Hmiiii Kulinhi day oil Saturday nnd Sunday will gUe ''. $ ifi8 1"" ' ,., t" ,,onr ,. - tho public an opportunity for a lest ;. N,",i' ,v ' J""' and n rtoiI time I8""11' K""a' J400-22' Kau- " Tho miiK-ilorlly of tho laundry work! K.4.20; Puna. 91U91.4T. Total. 11B. done by tho Krcncli I-ilnln. 7,,.u.". King stioct h known to n huge mini- It wl'l thus bo. seen that tho ills- lm- i.r i.wo.ln wlin nrn 1 articular nb nit triits ns n whole, while some of them llin nv Ihelr elolhcs nrn lialldleil. nvr..iv rent, la n low nrlee for a i.nir i.r.i.l. tlmt will bold the brlstlCK Tim nmillt now sobl nt thai nrlee ' Ilonson. Smith & Co., Ltd at tlieininminla stated abeno Include nil tho by corner or Korl nun uoici sneei nan always biought $1.2.". OPEN TODAY (Continued from PaWlf? direction of tho piofessor u chargo. TIiiivii ri'isirla will bo carefully .onm Ined and returned to the student with such coici lions, explanation or sug- ,rn.,l..(iu .lb. timiV I,., I,t ill.. lltl.in.Mlll of tho student, 'if each rejiort meets tho required standard, n new lesson or assignment will bo sent "A subject consists of weekly as slgumeiits, and each assignment m.iy contain imp or more Iowiiim. The course of Instruction will terminal'! with tho close of schools in Juno. No preliminary examination will bo re united, but students must satisfy tliiike in chargo of the course that they can read and wrllo Kngllsh flu- enlly. Application blanks may ln had on icipiest. and tho collcgo will nlTor nsslslaurii and suggestion In tho clinh'ii of Btihji'ct. Students will bo expected to complete nt least one course In tho tliuo (-perilled for tho course." The schools of tho Ti rrllory IliU year will liava tho largest enrollment in tholr history and In all tho higher nhool except llllo High pupils will bo turned nwny, Many pupils who havo trie, I to enroll In Honolulu IllgU have been mhlscd'by itclii'xpl nulhorl' tics to go to llllo for their yr-ir's woik nud this onin will do.' New school nt Watcitoun nild Ka llhlkal will on'" their doors to pu pits for Hie first tliun toda). hut Iher ,R I( OS,or fr u vcoii nt Kal ninkl ibis jear on account of lack of sulllclent funds to pay the necessarj 'touchers, oven should the building be building, bo provided. Superintendent 1'ope believes that tho next legislature should piovido more liberally for schools, tho uppio lirl.iiKn uiin wlilcli Ihu schools nro now running will e.irry them through hut (here will lie 11.1 surplus of any amount nor I theio nny money for unfoieseen expenses or contingencies. Tho work or the Y. M C A. night school will eninincnco on October 'J with tho exception of the leuluro coiirso lo bo given by Attorney (Ion era! l.lndsny which will not roinuienco until October IS In 1 bo educational department of the V M C A. this je.ir there Is. 11 new rouiiuUteo known as tho student enrollment committee roniised of IJ. !' Meliinpliy, .1 C. Audciiou. II. ! Slinimo, C Hpl.ter and P. Behold. Thls'coiniullUo will woik for an riiiollineul or '.T.O stmlnils In Ihn odu calloual woik of the nssoolatloii litis jear with tlm Idea or Incie.iHliiK tlm nuiiiliei lo l" next M'ui when Ihn now building Is rwiily for 1 ii.inry. Cnuikim to bo nifeieil 1I1U year lip is elude' llonUinoplUK. HlmilliuiUI. I)'i wiIiIiik, nierliiiiilial nud iiii'hlim'luiMl druMluu. Uimllull, ulllliliinlle ullixhru KinHiiHiy, lilKiMMiiMidrv. bnnlii'N luiv Hii'l h Kruiip IWIIIHI lllllllIIIIH Uull HllllllHPlle. s'lllu iiiii'iilili Hlhl BILLS ARE BIG t Hawaii Supervisors arc Elated ' Over Fact that Amount Is 'No Larger. i iHihi.iiI IMillitl HH.U. Sept. IK. ii IVir, Sotiil in l -'IWUIllj lllOll.llllI ilolluia' woith of luglitoiod War- rnnts. i 'Ibis Is vllat tho county ulli.inls tlKUK! will ho (lllUIlt till! I fHUlt of tin' ed In the matter of handling tho road funds of the varloua dlntilcta. At the meeting of the Iloanl of Supervisors last week tho finance committee waded Into n bunch of bills. Hiitiui dating moiitln back, and us a reuttit tho ltidelitodnesn out standing ngalliHl the road funds of UitisVariiuiH dlKtrlcla was found to lie about n follow : South Illlo. JG'JI.72; North llllo. 12330.88; llamnllua, SC2r3.8'J. North Kohala, i477r,.22: South Kohnla, $i;i7.9fi; North Kona, sjl-inn r.u; South Kona, JlS'.i.iir.; Kan, $1. 211.80; PUlia, S10.2UC..47. Total. I.ii;uu;.i8. These irlnountH were passed b tho board by tho adoption of the report; which recommended thnt the) bo paid "according to, law." Against these amounts tho follow ing halaiiccn remain on hand In tho 11rlous districts: South' llllo. J.-,04.'..r,2. North 1 IIIo. line oil tlifl right side of the foln'O IndUldiiallj. nro In llio hole to tho 'no of Rome twenty thousand dol- ..... i,,,,...,., ui.niiir iiioi.9nri.tr.lnnmlc fn lMn-lm linlMlntr lars. 1. ,r ,...v n,,.,.... . - niitstaiidlng debts, but It neemi prob able that they Include the built of them. Tho itiierlsors hnvo adopted a resolution aiithorirlng the Issuance of registered warrants, nud It was on this resolution that tho nliatlco ! comtiiltti'n acted In passing on tho outstanding rlniiiH. M On the whole the supervisor wro rnlher relieved In nnillng that the deflrlt was 110 larger than stated. They railed attention to the fact that llfero would bo about siiO.OOO coming to tho enmity In tho biennial settle ment with tho Territory In Jnniiury, and of this sulllcletit could lie set Insldo to meot tho ba)atieo owed by the road districts. Mrs. Coulter Defeated by Mrs. Bruce by Two Straight Sets, 6-0, 6-1. In tho Del Monte tenuis rh.impton ship tournament Mrs. Coulter was badly buiten by Mrs. Kthel llrilce. who wone two kcIh straight, fi-o, u-1. Tlm Chronicle tennis expert sajs that tho score hardly gives 11 fair Idea of tho match, u-j many of tlio gnmeswent to deiiroiind colitalne'd much clnsn unci Interesting play. Mis. llruco plujod n lino ull-rnuni' guuie, milking sonio fine return from tho back of tho court, and using good Judgment and raro skill In getting to the net at tho critical momriits Mrs. Coulter showed a splendid ser- v Ireland played very steadily from the baik of tho court, but Iter evident nervousness tost bur many points, unci Impressed the spectator with the Idea that sho hardly did herself Jus tice. Tho llnals of tho Del Monto tourna ment nro being played today and nil tho championships will then bo decid ed HEEN CANNOT RUN FOR COUNTY OFFICE Lindsay Says He Is Not Elig ible Undoi Election Law of Territory. William II I It I'll, who wishes to run for County Attorney or Hawaii, ciiuuot do so under tho opinion 1 en dured today by Attorney (leneral A lev Lindsay, Jr. Tho Attorney (lnuonil holds thai, under Ihu law, 11 mini must lime been a I'uallllod elector for twehe mnulhv In tlm district In which ho wishes tu run for olllee, nud Mr Hern iluei not fillllll Ihesu leiUlliluillls He bus lebbi III llllo lor elxln ell months but Is not 11 ihkUiiuuI cliip r fur the pel IihI of nun m nud heipn U mil ellKlblu in rilh foi an ileilivn lllllMI HAWAIIAN LADY CHAMP BEATEN Do u Want Long, Heavy Hair? Then treat your liair well. Sec that it is properly fed. Growth of every kind demands proper food. Starved hair splits at the ends, turns prematurely jjray, keeps short and dry. Then feed ycur hair. Feed it with proper food, a regular hair-food. Feed it wrth AVer's Hair Vigor. Thus help nature all you possibly can toward giving you rich, heavy, luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor aboutyourhairnnd about Aycr's Hair Vigor. Follow hi advice. Ayer's Hair Vigor DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR Plltli.J 1 Cf J. C A,ir & C I-..1 in II' FREE THE BIG 4 CALIFORNIA OIL PUBLICATIONS 1 Monthly Journal "California Oil Welds" 2011 llooklet, "OuohUoiis and Answers nbouf Cullforiilu Oil. 3 Map show lug nil tho California Oil Fields I Special Map Ventura County Held California Oil Stocks are paying dividends m or JI.ODO.uon.On u month. )ne por relit n month Is tho iicrug dividend paid Everybody should know about this wonderful Industry You nro under no obligation to us when ytui send for these big four oil publlditlons free Our object Is to udi erjsu to the world the wonderful op portunities California preheats to I11 M'stors : . . "")! Ul.ll.. ni. .Sau KriinrlM'o, Cul. WANTS' FOUND. A pig. Owner npplv to Antono Jo soph llenenWtz, Dcjlou lane, on" (.llllili stieet 472 1 -2t For Rent" cards on tale at the Bulletin office. mm Our Bisc Sale OF THE . SPECIAL PURCHASE STOCK As announced by Cable last week WILL BEGIN ON Monday. Sept. 19th No such opportunity as this has ever occurred in the Dry Goods Business of this city. Just as soon as the entire stock is mail: 3d off we will publish full details. Be On Watch for Our Big Doings. Jordan's 30 yTKAOoon cumin roK nbM Kdrtlicimcr; Sltin tc Co.- Makers TN a few plain 1 words, here is what you get in anXTRA000Dsuit: A heaping meas ure of quality for every dollar you spend; and the satisfaction of seeing ' your boy look as well as any lad more expen sively dressed. Jltautiful stylet fir Ityl 3 it 10, fimihiJ in a met! attractive nay. Suits fir hys, 7 tt 1 7, smartly tailored to eivt ulmut wear and l 3 "i"' SUVA'S TOGGERY, LIMITED 'ELKS' BLDO. KINO ST. 1 . c. 'I Hi Nelf rimi'ul'lllMM Hid iiMWilwlile- Tt"lrjilin B7Bfliw u' HiHfu-w 'iau 1 iii-t'H, Jiul Jii Im fi iii i wi. flwHMWifcWirowi) "HitM) liiilli'llii?! 'ir )Wi H:j Mi-kIiviiI Ht lnil'!ii m mvm "' m