EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAR. 31, 1911.
Have you heard about the
It's a Bang-Up Winner
It's a solid, all-round Shoe, made of the best
grade of Tan Elk Skin. Can be worn for any
purpose. Has been adopted as the regulation
BOY SCOUT SHOE
Alfred D. Cooler
Hawaiian, Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
S07 JUDD BUJIDINO
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box 507
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 P. 0. Box 528
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone number)
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
same as printed in the telephone directory-Business
offioe, 2256; editorial
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Sells for $2.75 a pair in sizes 2
to 5, and $3.00 a pair in sizes
51-2 to 9.
clnerny Shoe Store
A Bargain in
One of the finest oicccs of Land in
the Punahou District. Fenced, Grass-
ed. nlanted with choice Fruit and Fo
liage Trees, an abundance of Artesian .
Water, two street frontages, and all I
ready for one large, two medium orl
four ordinary-sized houses. j
Term payments if desired by pur-j
FOR SALE BY
STANGEN WALD BUILDING
mate the import
ance of small sav
Many u fortune lias been started by
the deposit In some good bunk oC a
AVc open accounts on dollar deposits
and pay iVa'0 interest, compounded
BanK of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
Will buy a BEACH I0T near
Excellent Sea Front Eeiidence
lites. Fruit trees and grass grow
ing' on lots.
TRUSTS. REAL ESTATE AND
Cor. Merchant and Al&kca Sti.
For Sale !
A few building lotn ut Puunul, near
Liliha carline; 50x100 each; healthy
climate. $250 each.
A 5-rooin collate ot Manoa, beaut l
fully situated. Largo grounds, stable,
servants' house. Cheap to a responsi
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
Stop Paying Rent
? D0NDER0 & LANSING
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
( $500 to $15,000
Friday, Mar. 31.
NAME OP STOCK. Did. Asked,
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co. . .
Hawaiian Agnc. Co
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co.
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McTirydo Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onotnea Sugar Co
Olna Sugar Co. Ltd
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Fala rinntatinn uo
Pepoekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Waialua Agric. Co. ..... .
Wailuku Sugar Co
Waimaualo Sugar Co. . . .
Waimea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Sleutn N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. K. T. & L Co . Pref.
Hon. It. T. & L Co , Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu R. & L. Co
Hilo K. K. Co., Pfd
Hilo K. it. .Co., Com....
Hon. B. & M. Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok K.C.. pd up
do ' do ass.(iuo pu. .
Pahang Hub. Co. (Pd)..
Pahang " (Ass. 40 Pd)
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Haw. Ter. ..
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ret. Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6s
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R Co.. Issuol901
HI10R.R. Co., Con. 6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., b, . .
Hon. R.T. &L. Co. C ...
Kauai Ry. Co. Cs
Kohala Uitch Co. 6s
McBryde SugaTCo. 6a . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
OahuR. &L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 6
Olaa Sugar Co. 6&
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Waialua Agric Co. 5 ...
It goes without saying that every- I
thing is Best at The Encore.
sniwniihn for the Call, Chronicle
or Examiner fl.00 per mouth. Wall,
Nichols Co., Agents.
New mouldings have ust been un
packed at Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
lor artistic picture framing.
If you want a good Job done on n
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St. .
John R. Bergstrom, Piano ami or
gan Tuning and Repairing. Masonic
Temple. Telephone 2067. P. O. Box
The personal tax (poll, road and
school) should be paid before April
1, 1910, otherwise ten per cent, will
There was no meeting o the Ha
waii Promotion Committee yesterday.
Secretary -Wood is on a visit to the
The Bulletin illustrated speciil
edition will be of much interest to
friends, as it describes and pictures the
land you live in or are visiting.
Twenty-two teams, loaded with ban
anas, were observed this morning,
wending their way to town from the
For distilled water, Aire's Root
Beer 'and ail other popular drinks.
Ring up Pnone 2171. consonaaiea
Tomorrow Whitney & Marsh will
begin a sale of French hand-made
underwear in all styles of single gar
ments and matched sets.
The excavation for the new ware
house back of tho Fort street stores
is down to a depth of eight feet. Much
black sand is in evidence.
Travelers should inspect tho lino of
toilet cases shown in the store! of Ben
son, Smith & Co., Ltd. (The Rcxall
Store) at the corner of Fbrt and
The Aloha Ainu Company has
mowd its printing plant to more
commodious quarters in the New Mc
Candlesa building, corner Nuuanu and
Have you tried Neu Setters? A nat
ural sparkling table water. Quickly
relieves gout and rheumatism. ?10
a case of 100 bottles. H. llackl'eld &
Co., .distributors ;; , , 1 .
.,- '. 7-. ,. (
Alexander Young Building
f, JJ I ilJI J L1J L..;
E & W
SALES Between Boards: St'J.OOO
0. R. & L. 5s, $100.25; $5000 O. It. &
L. us, $100.25; $1500 O. R. & U 3a,
$100.25; 5 H. B. & M. Co., $20.
Session Sales: 5 Oahu, $28.37.
DIVIDENDS Mar. 31, 1911: C.
Brewer & Co., $2 share; Ewa, 20c
share; Waimanuln, $2.50 share; Haw.
Electric, 75c share; Olowalu, $2
share; lion. B. & M. Co., 15c share;
1. I. S. N. Co., C5c sliiyo; Kahuku, 10c
share; Haw. Pineapple Co., 20c shave;
Kekaha, $5 share; Koloa, $5 share.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.86 cents, or
$77.20 per ton.
Trust Co., Ltd.,
823 TOUT STREET
Eeal Eaate Agency
Eoom No. 20.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets
C. L -HOPKINS
Systcmatizer, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Jtiawai
ion TntprnrffoT ami Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid?. H0UBS
! 9 a. m. to 4 0. m.
WHEN W KXXD Of
of any description
Sugar, 3,86 cts
Beets, Js, 3d
IESSi WAISHpa TRUST (0.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
A sputter and racket likened unto
a ton of coal being dumped upon a
galvanized iron roof was wafted
through the open windows of the Dis
trict Court room and for the space of
live minutes there was the immedi
ate necessity of ringing down the cur
tain at the Lymer matinee.
Special Officer Chilton hastened to
the fore, took one brief observation,
and leaving the bttilding soon had J.
Cluney, a local auto chauffeur, in the
cl utiles of the law.
Cluney was up this morning for the
violation of county ordinance No. 11.
He was represented at bar by Attor
ney Rawlins. The contention was
then made that Judge Lymer should
be disqualilied to try the case, (lie al
legation being made by defendant's
attorney that the chauffeur was ar
rested at the suggestion of the court.
This matter however was in doubt but
the Dint riot Magistrate granted the
motion that Cluney be committed to
the Circuit Court, there to be tried by
a jury of twelve men good and true.
The nllperatinn is made that the ex
haust of the Cluney auto is entirely
too boisterous for a ipdot neighbor
hood like that bordering on the police
station. . . . " "
, STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
INTERPRETER. NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith
Streets. P. 0. Box 946. Phone 2386.
I PAPER & SUFPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street
GEO. G. GUILD - Hiuaget
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ot Honolulu Stock and
., Bond Exchange
. Campbell Block, Merchant Street
STILL HOPE TO
v CIGAR NOW 5i
K. A. GUNST & CO. Aenti
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California aai
Kt. 1'ork; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marri?e Liornsn; Draws
Mortgage, Deeds, BiUk of Bale,
Lease, Wills, Etc. Attorney for ths
District Courts, 79 MERCHAKI II
HONOLULU. PHONE 1310.
Giffard & Roth
1 STOCK AND BOND BR0ET5RS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stan(?enwald Blrig.. 102 Merchant St
Distilled Water Ice
, for b'f, Distilled Water mid
1 Cold Storage, consult the
Oahu lec & Electric Co.,
Box 600 Phono 1128
Sheriff William Jarrott, Chief' of
Detectives MeDufllo and soveral offi
cers have returned from a tour of the
windward side of the island in quest
of a clew to the Identity of the man
whose remains were found lying on
the beach near the Mormon settle
ment at Laie.
The ouest of the Honolulu wlice
officials has thus far been fruitless.
With the except iun of a fmull and
very ordinary slick pin and a battered
and water soaked Stetson bat, the
police have no clows or leads that will
serve to establish the identity of tho
Chief McDullio will now make a
tour of ull the hotels and lodging
houses in the city with a hope; that
the mysterious sli'aiiger may nave
left some articles of baggage behind.
The fact that the man started away
with but a small satchel has created
the impression that his personal ef
fects have been lift behind at boiu"
il iiitr or rooming place.
The officers have come to (he con
clusion that Ihe conicnlK of the grin
carried liv the man before his death
included Uo bottles of beer.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded March 14, 1911.
W V lloopai to Kawahliio Kaaihue
livi T: !-: lut In dcs land. Niolopa,
Honolulu, Oahu; SI, etc. B I!o7, p 412. j
Mar 13, 11111.
llruce Cartwright to Hawaiian Trust
Co Ltd, P A; general powers. 13 uL.0,
p 42S. Oct 25, 1910.
Kahele Lono (widow) to Mrs Nahu-
ina Apa, D; int in Kst of Malola (10,
deed, Ter of Hawaii, etc; 1-2 lnt in
3 l-2a land, Kohnnaiki, N Kona, Ha
waii; $40. li 337, p 413. Mar 3, 1911.
Chung Kan Kin to A F Tuvares, D;
per It P 17S7. kul 1120, Pauoa, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $750. li 337, p 414. Jan
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to Emilia Leal
(widow), Rel; lot 11 (9375 sq ft land),
l'loiiihou St. Honolulu, Oahu; $100. B
317, v 18. Mar 10, 1911.
Luika Hawae to Koolau Malic, D;
hit in pc land, Kawaihapal, Waialua,
Oahu: $75. H 337, u 418. Mar 13, 1911.
Itona Halless and hsb to Jessie I'a-
eheco. tr. 1); pc laud, Auwalolimu, Ho-
nuliti: il. B 337. n 419. Nov
Jessie' Pachcco and as tr and hsb
(K) to Manuel Andrade, D; 2S12 1-2 m
ft land, Auwalolimu, Honolulu, Oahu;
JlfiOO. B 337, p 420. Mar 13, 1911.
Muni K Cook, tr, to Rebecca C Ka
ne, Rel; por R P 687, kill 1188, and pc
land, Kapalania. Honolulu, Oahu; $200.
B 347, p 19. Mar 14, 1911.
Rebecca O Ka-ne and hsb (B K) to
8 Isono, D; 7235 si ft land, Auld lane,
Honolulu, Oahu; $00. B 337, p 422.
Mar 14, 1911.
Wm C Cuinmings and wf to John
H Magoon, tr, D; int in various pes,
land, Kalihl,. etc, Honolulu, Oahu; Hit 1
In lands, Tor of Hawaii; 1-8 lnt in U
P G549, kul 155, Pclokunu, Molokul;
int in R Ps 25, ap 4, 1723, 6777, ap 4,
and 30G3, ap 1, Polatkl, etc, Lahaina,
etc, Maui; $1700. B 337, p 423. Mar
Sing Wo Wai & Co to Lai On ct ul,
B S; leasehold, lililgs, livestock, tools,
etc, Papaakoko, Koolauloa, Oahu; $1,-
KHI. B 336, 1 432. 1-eu i, iJii-
lost nf w C Lunulllo by tr to John
Broad, Rel; lots A and B of R P 5677,
kul 1033, and ap 1, kul 954, rents, etc.
Kukui St, Honolulu, Oahu; $1000. B
347, p 20. Mar 14, 1911.
f w C Lunalilo by trs to jomi
Broad, Rel; addn chge on lots A and
B, Honolulu, Oahu; $190. B 347, p 20.
Mar 14, 1911.
John Broad to C F Zen, M; lots A
and B of It P 5677, kill 1033, and ap 1,
kul 954, tildgs, etc, Kukul St, HonoluUt.
Oahu;, $2200. B 347, p 21. Mar 14,
Est of George Watt by admr to Trs
of Kst of'Hornico P Bishop, Sur L;
lots 12, 13 nnd 14, blk D, Paalaa-kui,
Waialua, Oaliu. U 43, p 223. Mar it,,
Wm W Goodale to Waialua Agrct)
Co Ltd, A M; nitge Kapea (widow) on
por gr 1795. Kamunanui, uiuiuu,
Oahu; $1. B 347. p 24.
Waialua AgreU Co Ltd to James
Armstrong, A M ; nitgo Kapea (widow)
on por gr 1795, Kamunanui, Waiulua,
oahu; $1200. ' B 1 347, p 24. Mar 6,
Board of Hawaiian Evangelical Assn
to Shlgctonio Nakassaww, D; 10,020 su
ft land, bldgs, etc, Volcano f?t, Hilo,
Hawaii; : $2750. i 337, p 416: Feb 1.
Malia K Ah Sing und hsb (Ah Sing)
to A F Taviires, D; 7a In hid land,
Pcahl, Hamakualoa, Maui; $49. li 337,
p 415. Mar 13, 1911.
Kaneioulu (k) to Makaula (k), D;
1-4 hit in share in hut land, Walniha,
Halelea, Kauai; $5, etc. B 337, P 411.
Oct 10, 1892.
Style, Fit and
You'li find, too, wearing
qualities are not the least
of their merits. They'll
outwear two or three
cheaper shirts. New pat-
terns just in.
S2, $2.50, S3, and $3.50
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
Elks' Building - King Street
STOCKS. BONDS, MORTGAGES AND
Office 103 Stangenwald Building
P. O. Box 69G Cable, "Bulldog'
Lots In a beautiful site opposite the
now Kamehnineha Park, In the coolest
and healthiest suburb of Honolulu, one
block from King street car, with elec
tric light, sewer, line streets, good soil,
and the best artesian water.
Choice lots in Nuuanu Tract, to
which electric line is now being built.
Lots nt Palama within walking dis
tance of town.
Other lands In Mutum and Kalihl.
FOR RENT Splendid recently-completed
cottage, at $30.
J. H. SCHNACK,
137 Merchant Street
STANLEY "(JOKS FKKK.
Attorney Leon Strauss appeared at !
District Court this morning in com
pany with liis client, Peter Stanley.
Judge Lymer passed upon the case of
Stanley, in which the defendant was
charged with having violated one of
tho laws against society. Owing to
insufficient evidence to convict, Stan
ley was discharged from custody.
Some new lines at spe
cially low prices. .
FOR DRESS WEAR
Sizes 'z to 11... $2. 50
Sizes 11'2 to 2... $3.00
FOR SCHOOL WEAR
Broad, comfortable toes.
Light and strong.
Sizes 82 to 11. . . $2.25
Sixes 11 'a to 2... $2. 50
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET
1 Mailo fn" whole Hnwiillnn
JL'JJgQ'jgj Miraili's and the bcht iilincd
At all SoUh F'ountulnM and Stor
Arctic Soda Water Works
Pinsctnr 8yrun fur ue on lint rwkeii, wffl
eto. A ilfliflnlis lluvm-lng tor plinuhi s unit ice crcivms
v. . A t All (IrovarH , : !
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
WklT Bulletin 1 nr 1 wr.
OFKICE Oh' THE IlOAItD OK
Honolulu, March 81, l'JU
Notice is hereby given that the lleg-
iilation nasscd February 21, regarding
j the taking of lisli and nhell-llsh, bath-
I Ins ami washing of clothes, us amciia
L,i MiiiTh 2. 1911. and us further
mniendcd March 11. 1911; nlso the Peg
1 . . -....
ulatlon In regard to me maiuiiaei'i. r
ml sale of not and puliil, passed March
2, 11H1, iinil nnnMided March 7, 1911.
are hereby rescinded.
Till'. IIOAHO OK I1KA1.TII.
lly lis President.
:. A. MOTT-SMITH.
sent fashion demands will
be placed on sale NEXT
ING. The prices are won
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