Newspaper Page Text
W- . b
RVRNINQ IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU. T, H.. WEDNESDAY. SEPT H, 1910.
On with the
' tr t 4 : -
There's Comfort In
Every Style and
Style In Every
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
' Fort Street above King
For Sale or Lease
Two - utory, mosquito - proof 'Cot
tage, pracllcally new; seven rooms;
all modern conveniences; grounds
well planted with rrult and foliage
trees; good neighborhood, and con
venient to earn.
Small Cottace, large 'grounds; good
neighborhood, and convenient to
Large two-Btory, ' completely-fur.
nlshed House; very desirable In
every respect; every convenience,
and located In best resldenco section
Pratt, the Land Man
Telephone 1002 125 Merchant St.
ing Lots in the
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 2553 " 83 Merchant St,
; $500 to $15,000
OIL MAP FREE
We mre giving away free to
those answering this advertise
ment heforo July 3Ut, n map of
all the California all fields; ulso
a free subscription to our trade
Journul, "California Oil Fields."
Sagar-Loomls Co., 833, 834, 83b
I'helan I)ldg San rrunclsco,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ai
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC
Ormnt Marriage lioenieij Drawi
Mortgairei, Deedi, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Willi, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 78 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
Complete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery, Addreu P.
0, Box 207, Honolulu.
Folding Chairs & Tables
tf, Hii & Oo Ltrtt
I )'!"' '"'"'"
1 1 L II I
In America, Europe,
Asia and Africa
issued by American Bankers'
Association are accepted at
par and without question, by
hotels, shops, railroad and
These Cheques arc issued
in 'convenient denominations,
with their value in American
and Foreign money showing
plainly on the face.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAVER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. 0. GUILD Manager
The True Spirit of
On the deskof every officer and
employe of this Company is the fol
lowing: "Courtesy and efficient service
must be the watchwords to build up
and maintain this business. This ap
plies to everyone, from the Office Boy
to the President."
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
M MwMM HI. T'l'l'lioiii 9780
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
liought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDINO
Telephone" 2489' P. 0. Box G07
Stock and Bond Broker,
03 MERCHANT STIIEET
Plione 1482 P. 0. Box 028
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday. Sept. H,
NAMR OP STOCK.
Eon Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrli. C
Haw. Com. A tfug. Co. . ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co
1 1 alien Sugar Co
lluU'liliidun Sugar I'luul. .
Kabuku Plantation Co. ,,,
Kukubu Ruuur Co
Kolou Sugar (,'.i
Mcllryde Hugs' Co
Oalm Sugar Co
()m inea Sugar Co
'uuiiuau Sugur plant. Co.
'urine Sugar Mill
'Ih PlklitAtlnn Po
Ptfiekeo Hinrsr IV,.
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlalna Agrle Co
Watluku Sugar Co
Waltnaualn Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-lslrtid Steam N. Co
Hawaiian HtartrlcCo. ...
Hon. II. T. & L Co.. Pref. .
Hon. R. T. &. L Co . Com. ,
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Natlku ftuboot Co..
N&hiku iluhboi-Co.. Ass. .
Oahu It. & L. Co
Hllo It. a Co. Pfd
Tanjong Olok It. Co. u-l up
do do usu. 85 p
lfaw.Tr.4X f Fire CI.) ..
Cal. Deut Bug. & Itef. Co. C
Hamakim Ditch Co,,
,Haw. Irr. Co.. 6 X jhI. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., (s
Haw. Cora. & Sng. Co. C
Hllo It. It. Co., Issue 190
HIloILn. Co.. Con. C ...
Honokua Bugm Co., t" ..
Hon. It. T. ft L. Co. eg...
Kauai fly. Co. ta
Kohala Ditch Co. C
McDrydo 8 11 gat. Co. fis . . .
Oahu Sugar Oat
Olaa Sugar Co. t
Pac Bug. Mill Co. C
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalun Agrlo. Co. S-X . . .
SALES Ilctvv ecu Iloanlx: CO H C
& S. Co., HO; 20 II. 0, & 8. Co., JIO;'
30 H. C & S. Co., $10; GO H. C & 8.
Co., 110; 15 Pnnuluiu, $27; 10 Oahu
Sng, Co., 132.G0; $J00 1901 1 fis.
Session Sales: 25 Honokoa, $18;
B Honoknn, $18; 100 Haw. C. & S. Co..
110; 5 Kwa. $33.12!i; 10 Kwn.
33.12i; 10 Oahu Bug. Co, $32.50.
MKMO Oahu Sng. Co. closed yes
lerday at 32'i hid Instead of 3114 ns
Latest sugar quotations 4.36 cents
or $37.20 per ton.
Beets. J2s 2 l-M
HENRY WATERUOUSE IHUSl CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FOBT AND MERCHANT STREETS
Stock and Bond Broker
Mem'jer'nf Honolulu Block and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU BTRF.ET
STOCKB AND BONDS
Trout Trust Go,,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
IttMxiirtt fa umiiiHiliitliiH I'l kIhih
HihI llm IimII.iiis Hi IIMhIhiiiiii iiuhIiI
lu iiiMMiuti limn iiiHtHiit mih Id m it
tluliiM lwn I'll) um
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The nickel tablet sold by the
Bulletin is the biggest and best
tablet for school work that can be
Ono Two Eight Otie,
Try a case of Pineetar. It h pur?.
The Hawaiian band will have Its
annual vacation uext mouth.
If your horse or dog Is t.tk. A It.
Ilownt, D. V. 3., phone 2429.
"Music by the baud" was a feature
of the departure of the Wllhelmlna
Dorothy Dainty Ribbon pets of r.asi
and hair bows for "Cc n ret at Whit
nty & Martin sale next Monday.
(lei your dancing und street thop
from Mclncruy and four feet Kill bo
comfortable. Fori abou King street
Pay cash and ask tor green stamps.
They're free. Call at th show rooms
and tee what you get free far
There were thirteen case on the
police court calendar this morning,
and most of them were disposed ot
firoy suitings Jn right' )ard lengths,
fancy silk 'Foulards cream' llcnrlotta
nr hmong tho newgoods at S.icIm
S. M.ADnmon, head of the Illshop
Hank, sailed this morning for tho
tnnlnland on business. He left on
Commencing Sunday, August 28,
the Bulletin's phone numbers
will be: Business office, 2250; edi
torial rooms, 2183.
Dr. ICOwdrd Marshall of the local
quaruntfne service went to the States
this morning to meet his family, be
fore returning to the Ulands,
Tho 'notnaii with Binall feet will
find some wonderful bargains lu slip
pers and sandals at the Manufactur
ers' Shoe Co. 1051 Fort street
For largo or small jobs of plumb
lug you will find John Nott. the pio
neer plumber, Ihe man for the work
Call at hln shop )83 Merchant Btreet
or telephono 1931.
J. O. Woolley, tho prohibition lead
er olid wife wfro among tho outgoing
passengefs this morning on the Wll
helmlna, which nalkil for San Fran
cisco at 10 o'clock.
Preparations nro being made to In
stall n'contlnuous line of ejectrlc
llglitH from Diamond 'Head to Moann-'
lua, money to ihe sum of'$G00Q being'
available! for the work.
Sam Mahelona of the First N.1-'
tlounl Hank departed yesterday for
tho mainland on the Pacific Mall j
liner Manrhura. He went to .spend
Ills vacation In the-Btst&s. - -' I
II. Lyons of Wnllnkii: Maul, the
supervisor, Is vsltlug In lionolnlii,)
Having itrriveu mis morning in ine
Claudine. It Is not known when he
wll return to his Mnul home.
Jose Maldonade was given six
months' Jail this morning by Judge
Andrnde. Tho defendant Is a vag of
the worst type, and 'for half a year!
lie. will not worry the outsldo police.
During my nbsenro Mr. (leo. Pnu!
will rtccle subscriptions 'for Lake
view Oil tio. 2 stock, at 1139 Fort
Mrcet next to convent. J. Oswald
Lutted, ugent for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox nnd
daughter were among the outgoing
passengers last night for San Fran
cisco on the steamship Manchuria.
They will be abhent from the Ter
ritory a few months.
Senator Alfred Haysclden of j
halna. Maul, accompanied by Mrs.
Haysclden wcio passengers In the
Wllhelmlna today. They will spend
about six months on tho mainland ho
fore returning to Hawaii.
Tho Island of Moloklnl has been
set aside for u llghthouso site, this
action being taken yesterday after-'
noon by (lovemor Frear. The Island
In question contains eighteen acres'
and lies botween Maul and Knhno-j
The electricians of the city are
thinking of forming a all tram, and!
they are anxious to join the sug
gested Commercial league. An en
thusiastic fan writes to say that the
Mulce" workers aro ready any old
Anyono that wants n package, n
nolo, or anything oiso delivered to any
part of tho city can bo obliged at
Petcr'H Messenger Sen leo. All you
have to do U to rail phones IKfil or
18C2 nnd your wants will bo Imme
diately attended to. Union nnd Hit'
Tho call for bids on breakwater
construction work under Federal gov
ernment stipervlblou will bo made to
day. This Ih the Initiative mow for
better lauding and hurbor protection
for different ports lu the Inlands. The
bids will Im received by Major Win
slow of the Engineer Corps.
The Hawaiian hand will give a
public oiicit tonight ut Anlu Pnrk,
III 7 1 !t 0, us follows
(Iverliliu I'liriigriipli TIlU'ii. . Huppu
Willis-Uivu's Vision Jnlu
Kli't'lluu()li nt i li ., ,, lm hit
Viu'hI "IIiivvuIIiiii Huhm
Ar. Id IIitht
rWiilliin llllhau IM(orl
lllVHMH llrll'ICfYiHjil . . ,, Alflll'f
llllrflK AM4 bjHyr
Tli SUl IjWHPlN lUDBfr.
John O'Rourke to Invade Ho
nolulu and Try Racing
John O'ltourke. of Hllo has ncept
ed the chall'iige Isrued by Jerry tlrod
erlck. to inti his niaro Copit nmlint
any nor In Hawaii
iuiit c.pit nnd
quarter mile ciuro
inalcli SL Ao,i ng.iInM Copit
there aie tnativ wlm think iiiii n i
f rick's mare will melt her Waterloo
when rhe goes up ngalust the Hllo
St. Avon har nflnu record on the
Const, and In these islands has ilono
fairly good work. On July Fourth nt
Kahulul. St Aon was not lu g.v,.j
condition nnd, consequently, did not
run well The stua'l track also handi
capped O'ltniirko'H horse, and a course
llko that nt Kaplolanl Park would
suit him much better.
The raro will bo held nt Kaplolanl
Park Hbout Ihe middle of next month,
and the conditions will he tho snnio
as that of the race nt Kahulul on July
Foiuth. St. Avon will carry 121
pounds, while Copit will have to hump
reven pounds less.
Judging by tho else of llio crowd
that attended the last match race.
Iheru Bhould be a big gathering of tho
lovers of racing at the park on the
day thai the Honolulu cliamulou incetu
the pride of Hllo.
(Continued from Page 1)
yearn of age, then the penalty would
be death, and If over twelve, the
crime Is punlchable by Imprisonment
On the first ballot tho voto stood
eight for conviction and four for
acquittal; on the tecoud, nine to
three; nnd on tho third it stood tho
To nnd out why these other Jurors,
hung out for acquittal the next bal
lot tiiken was as to whether the
child was over twelve yearn of ago
or under, and tho result of this hal
Inr'&howfld that ten Jurors 'believed
ner under nnd two over that age,
which made such a difference In the
Tho next ballot of the guilt of Ca-
macho stood ten for conviction
against two, the following one it was
eievcn 10 one, aim on Hie seventh a
unanimous verdict was reached.
FETTER UP AGAINST
(Hpwlal llilllelln Ccrrrspnndi nee )
HIIX), Sept. 12. A damagii suit wns
last wepk Instituted against Deputy
Sheriff Fetter by n Japanese, named
Oklta. who wanted tho Deputy Sheriff
to rough up a horso aud break or six
Tho plaintiff alleged that on Rept
1st Fetter, by virtue of an execution,
levied unlawfully on an eight year old
horse, a cart ami a set of harness,
which belonged tu tho plaintiff, and
which no claims was exempt from
execution, as ho usrd it in his busi
ness ns a peddler as a means for mak
ing his livelihood, Oklta alleged fur
ther that hd made a demand ou Fetter
lor restitution, hut that Fetter refus
ed to coin lily Iln asked Hint llm linn.
illy Shcilff bo ordered to glvo back
tho effects or In lieu thereof the sum
of $(10, together with costs and attor
ney's fees. Tho caso was heard he
fore Judgo Andrews last week, and
tlio defendant wuh awarded Judgment
us prayed for. An npieal has been
It Is true, as a contemporary as
serts, that Oklahoma is suffering from
overcapitalization, but think what n
constitution the State has,-Charleston
News and Courier.
RESOLUTION NO. 301.
UK IT ltl-:SOI,Vi:i) by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of the City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
that the sum of Six Hundred Sixty
six und UH. 10(1 (JGCti.CC) Dollars,
being the amount due to the ltoad
Department for the construction or
the Pncllle Heights ltoad, nnd which
has been paid Into tho County Treas
u ry by the Pacllli; Heights residents,
Is hereby uppruprliilud out of Ilia
(liiiiernl Fund fur account o Mnliitn
IliilliH or load, Honolulu District,
J, C WINN.
IUIu.1, Honolulu, Aukui an, iiii
AppimiM I liU Cllli i,i' nf flupimu
(H.) JOHIII'H J, I'iiiin,
ITIlr-Bi. 1 II, lfi. iv yu ,
tii ii t, n
THE BIG 4
1 -Monthly Journal "California Oil
Fields" 2011 Hooklel, 'Questions nnd
.answers auoui (.uiirornin Oil 3 Map
snowing all the California Oil Fields
1 Special .Map Ventura County Field
California Oil Stocks ore paying
dividends over $l,000,U0i).U0 n month
One per cent n innnlh Is the average
dividend paid Kverybody should
know about this wonderful Industry
You nio under ho obligations to us
when .you send for theae big four oil
publications fret Our object Is to ad
vertise to the world the wonderful up
portnltlM California presents to In-
t tad f .
Saqar-Loomls Co.u ...i'ii,,1'"'.llu"'!t."g
" -'s"' "'".'-'"t ''"'
' W AiN'l
Ilncliig sulky, phaeton, riding saddle
nnd bridle Address Mr Kelly.
nre this paper, or telephone 2417
NEW - TO-DAY
IT- S. LWaiNKIHt OFFICi:, Ilono
lulu. T II., Sept H, 19IU.-Senfid
proposals for llreakwnler construc
tion at Knhlllul Ilnrlmr Mnul -n 11
will be received hero until It o'clock
- m Oct. H, 1910, and then publicly
opened Information on application.
L. Lveleth Wlnslow, Major. i:ngrs.
Kept 14, 15. 10, 17, Oct 13 & 14
NEW RECTORY FOR
REV FENTON SMITH
HILO. Sept. 12. Itev W II Fen
Ion Smith Is luckier than most of the
other tenants of buildings on the fed
eral slto who had their homes sold
JJver their heads last Saturday, for
ho will through, this become tho occu
pant of a flno now rectory
A, few days ago cv. Fcnlon Smith
received ndvlccH from Honolulu l(, tho
effect that the hoard of directors of
the Lplscop.il Church had secured tho
sum of $3,000. for whirl, a rectory
could bo built !,, mio. Tho matter
was discussed at a meeting of the
vestry of the Church of tho Holy
Aimstles Inst weok. and It was decid
ed to send to u firm of nrchltects lu
Honolulu for plans mid specifications
As soon ns theso liavo been received
bids will bo called for In Hllo.
Tho rectory will l., located on the
ultii whenco tho old St. James Hall
.was recently removed. It will prob
iihlyho n story nnd a half In height
lOur Big Sale!
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
Just as soon as the entire
stock is marked off we will
publish full details.
Be On Watch for Our Big Doings.
13 - i 1
CLOTIIIirOS BOVI (I
Edcilifimtr, Stein & Cu.-Mikcrt
' TN a few plain 1
IN a few plain
words, here is
what you get in
A heaping meas
ure of quality for
every dollar you
seeing your boy
look as well as any
lad more expen
niautiful itylti ftr
It) I 3 la 10, finilhtd
in a most atlraclht
Suits fir toys, 7 It
17, imarlly taihrtJ It
live ulmtil wiar and
ELKS' BLD0. KINO ST.