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IIOXOLULU STAU BULLETIN, MONDAY, JULY 1, 1912. I
Value of a
Is rsxi-nllal to NniOK lal -micresM.
A Savings Account for your boy
will l Hn 1u ration -in In IV first
CTrat ii indole.
Von ran open an acc ount " with
on dollar fltnl a Home Hank will
te Kivcti jnu. ,
Interest paid on all l'iosit.s.
BANK OF HAVAIUtd.
Capital and Surplus, f 1,200,000
r Plate Glass
- . J Surety
: ! - Liability
123 fort Street
If Honolulu were agraln swept
hj a conflagration, could yon
collect your insurance!
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.-
- (ESTABLISHED 1826)
. ' -
represent the the largest and,
strongest tire Insurance compa
nies In the world.
Fhe B. F.
i am Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Troddence Washington Imaracce Co.
4th FLOOR, STAKGENWALD BLDG.
Mora Than a Million
Report of the Insurance Copmla
sioner, shows that more than a railjion
dollara net is" sent out annually from
thjs territory." v
-Home Insurance Co.
y Why not patronize -
and keep some of this money here?
O'Neill Bulging Cor. Fort and King
$ 450 Ijot near Kinp St! and Kalihl
waena School ; 50x100. Easy
payment Liberal discount for
. 400 Lot SOxIOy at Puunul. near car-
. line. .
$850 lt 53x".2 ofT noretania St . le
twecn rtiiKhbowl and Alapul
. . Sts. Ea jy,. terms.;
'2250 Ixt nixhT. with liouso. on Li
hoilho St., near Makikl Fire
;' ' Station.
loots' on Fort St. above bridge at Kcc
to 20c per ft.
P, E. R. STRAUCH.
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
REAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE,
Williamson & tSuttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
F. O. Bos
3 .MEKCIIAT STREET
Honolulu Stock Excnange
Monday, July 1. i:12.
NAME OF STOCK. ' Bid. Asked
C. Brewer & Co. ....... .
Ewa Plantation Co. . . ...
Hawaiian Agric. Co. , . . . .
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . .
29? jo jv-
41 H 44 :
0 11 ;
Sji :, 6
49 ... ...r
Ok 7 ;
' f '
. .. . f
m .... ..,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. .....
I lonomu Sutra r Co. ;
Honokaa Sugar Co... . ...
Haiku Sugar Co. . ....
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekaha Sugar Co. ....
Koloa Sugar Co. ........
McBryde Sugar Co. '. . . . .
Oahu Sugar Co. .-. ......
Onomea Sugar Co. ... ....
Oia Su?ar Co Ltd.
Paauhau Sugir Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill .'. ... . .
Pala Plantation Co. . . . . .
Pepeekeo Sugar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co. .... . . . . ,
Waialua Agric. Co. . ,
Wailuku Sugar Co. ......
Waimanalo Sugar Co. .
Waimea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hen. R. T. & L. Co., Pref.
Hon. R. T, & L. Co., Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . .
Hilo R. R. Co.. Pfd.......
Hilo R. R. Co., Com. ....
Hon. B. & M. Co. ... ; . . . .
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd.. .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olqk R.C.. pd. up.
Hon. B. & M. Co. Ass.. .
Haw.Ter.4 Fire CI.)"..
Haw.Ter. 4 ............
Haw. Terrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4 .
Haw.Ter. 4 ..........
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref.'Co. 6
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., 6s...
100K 94 H
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5 ,
Hilo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hilo R. R. Co., Con.
Honokaa" SugiuNGck, 6 ..'
Hon. K. T. & L. Co. 6
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s . . .
Kohala Ditch Ca 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s.....
Oahu Sugar Ca 5 ......
Claa Sugar Co. 6 ... . .7.
Pac. Sng. Mill Co. 6s ... .
Pioneer Mill CO.-6 . .....
Waialua Agric Cd.5 ;..
Natotna Con. ....... '.3
SALES-Between Boards: 100 H. C.
& S. Co., .41; 243 01aa;6; 5000 Hilo
f. 6; 94 4000 Hilo -ex, 67 94?
100 Olaa. 6H; 50 H. S. & Co., 42; 10
Oahu, 10 do., 26; 8 Olaa, 6;
50 H. C. & S. Co:, 424. .
Session Sales: 10 Kahuku, 16; 25 Mc-
Bryue, 6; 25 do., 6; 100 do., 6; 24 Ewa,
294 ; 15 do., 29 ; 25 do., 29; 10 do.,
29; 30 do.; 29 ;. 25 do., 29; 20 do.,
29 ; 50 do., 29 ; 25 do., 29 ; 25 do.,
9: 25 Oahu, 2A; 25 do., 29; 20
do., 29 ; 30 do.. 29; 30 00., 29; 20
do., 29; 10 InteMsland, 195; 5 do..
195. - 7 7- - ' -
Latest sugar quotation: 33 cents,
Beets 10s lOd
QEflRV 17ATERB0U5E TRUST 0
... .... ' i
Members Ilonolula Stock and Bond
FORT AD MERCHANT STREETS
Telephone 1203. l
HARRY ARM ITAGE. .Special : Partner
H. C. CARTER....... General Partner
S. A. WALKER..;.... General Partner
Harry; Armltage & Co.,
. ' Limited
STOCK AND B6fcD BROKERS
P. O. Box 633 Phone 2101
HONOLULU, HAWAII f
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Exchange ' ' '
Cable and Wireless Address
Jas, F. Morgap Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished nd Loan
57 KAAHUMANU S.TREET I
." , . Phone 1572
Giffard k Roth
STOCK AM) HUM) BROKERS I
Members Honolulu Slock and Bond
Stancfimald Rldv- 102 Merchant St.
United States Internal Revenue Col
lector Charley A. Cottrill had a ring
siae seat. Between rounds he keit
reiterating the question: -Who's going
to be the vice presideutial nominee of
the new progressive. party?" -
By GEORGE FITCH
Toronto ia a Canadian city ith
habit.. and a British accent.
It iailocated Just rcToss IakeOntario
from these domains, and would be an
exceedingly ; handy neighbor from
whom to bortow eggs ana butter -and
things of a morning; if it loved us,
and could be induced
to take down
its spite fence. 7.
Toronto has nearly 300,000 peop'e,
nearly all of whom are busy. This
1. Kor.Qi,aa n v. a .intono
iminon' j vn.nuac .ui tuw "uv.
Toronto desire to catch up with Mon -
treal. which had z. century s start, and
now has 500,000 people and a leisure
class. 1 Toronto is a young town and
1s so full of hustle that the dazed Ene
r.?hmen who visit it lose their breath
while watching it grow; and yet com
pared with Chicagogs and Kansas Cit
izens and Oklahomen tnd Lo Angeli
cans. Torontos only move on the sec
ond speed and seldom cut out their
mufflers, except when talking jagainst
' Toronto -can be distinguished at
tjrst glance from an American city
by Ua polite policemen, its postage
stamps, and the ' flags over its public
buildings. " It has ornamental street
lights, a booster organization, real
newspaper,?, actual packing -houses,
and almott-skyscrapers. But it also
has some un-American features, in
cluding a good city government, a
brsnch bank on every corner instead
of a drug store, and a population which
assays about 300 golf caps to the thou
sand. It uses American trains, Amer
ican locomotives, American tooth
brushes, and' American tourists in large
Quantities, but adheres i to British
clothes, and sings ."God ' Save
U ,the end of tvery baseball!
game for loyal as Toronto is to Great
"Provldedr Mayor -Fern signs the
bill that carries the 14,000 appropria
tion for the armory, we can go right
ahead with the Ybuiiding." said Col.
J. W. Jones of iae national buard
this morning. f , '
"With the J100.0C0 given by the leg
islature and this $14,000, the bui.'u
can be put up. in its esential particu
lars, although some things will have
to be left undone. . 7'
"Only weather painting wtl be Used,
some plumblmj'xvill'he cuCout, aboit'
one-half of the cement flooring' laid
and the- other, features left out for
the time being, but the armory can
and should go up by the first of next
year." 7- .'7" 7 '7 - '.;y :'-7
.Col. Jones says that- the plans re
completed and that bids can be call
ed for at a very early date.
Under the au.splces of the Morning
Music Club and with a list of dis
tinguished patronesses, Frederick Big
gerstaff, pianist; and William Edward
Chamberlain, baritone", will Rive a re
cital this evening in Charles: R. Bishop
Hall, Punahoul . - 7.
The program is as follows:
(a) My Song Is of the Sturdy North. .
............ 7 . . Edward German
(a) The Happy Ibver Old English
(c) ; The Pretty Creature (Old Eng
lish) v. 7. .... Storage
Mr. Chamberlain 7
(a) Prelude D Minor Chopin
(b) Andante Spianato . . . . . . ... Chopin
(c) Grand Polonaise '. , , . . . . . . .Chopin
7 Mr. Biggerstaff .
(a) St Tri Cheppi from Berenici) . .
- .' - ils ndl
(b) Where'er You 'Walk (Semele) . .
........ ... Handel
(c) Bendemeer-Stream ((fid Irish)..
.. . Gatty
(d) The Ninepe'nny Fidil .7. .Old Irish
-7 Mr. Chamberlain
(a) . Aus meinen grossen Schmerzen. .
: " ' frdTrz
(b) Row. Gently Here. ... .. Schumann
(c) Edlkoenigj. ; . . ...... 7.Ioewe
Mr. v: Chamberlain . '
(a) Barcarolle' . , . . . . . . . . . . Liadow
(b) Impromptu F Sharp Major. .Chopin
(c) Caprice Burlesque. .Gabrilowitsch
Mr. Bteger staff
Cavalier Songs Browning
(a) Marching Along ... ... .
(b) King Charles
(c) Boot, Saddle to Horse
. . White
. Sir. Chamberlain 7
Tar'ntelle . . . . . ;. ..... .... Moszkowski
Mr.! BigRerstaff. 7 7
LIFE SAVING SCHEME.
A safety device which has given
excellent satisfaction on modern pas
senger vesels is one for releasing l:fe
ringsf ore and aft both on the port
and starboard side of the vessel as
soon os the news 'man overboard"
reaches the bridge, " either by "wig
wag"? of the ship-s telephone. The
officer oh duty thereV gives one turn
of a valve and the life rings are auto
.WAS- AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California State
Fair held at Sacramento: ... ....
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBOX AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
OF RARE PR0S1ISE
Britain, can't seem to worry down
cricket a national pastime. 7
Toronto prides Itself upon its clean
streets, fine buildings and its col
leges. There are sir colleges and
universities in Toronto and the young
student, can take nis choice of four-
r teen style? of architecture and severtl
American Greek Letter Fraternities.
Toronto is Canadian with-a big loud
C,'!; and its nwspapers breathe' forth
jnirh tmdvine hostilltv tr ITnrl Sam.
. - j .
that it is a wonder we cap s!eep nights
on this slae .or me lake. Tney nrm
ly expect to tee Canada annex th.?
country before" the middle of the cen
tury, tnd are trying to make a start
in tne process by annexing the pen
nant of the Eastern Baseball league.
Toronto is a lively "city for six days
in the week .but Hike all Canadian cit-
fa. it exoires at midnieht on Satur-
day and remains a pallid corpse until
I Monday morning; 7
.NEW YORK,' J -.ie 8. Two Jesuit
priests, v" Fathers" rhilip5 Flnnegan and
J. J.Thoni.nkrns, ! o tiave heen doing '
ij)irns, I o tiave jDeen doing '
wprl : in - the " Philippine j
ir severer years; 'are ih the-,
city endeavoring ta raise a fund of
$150,000 to better v conditions for
students - in thev'Government schools
at Manila and elsewhere. (
Fathers Finnegan and Thompklns
are stopping, at the'SU Francis Xavler
of which ; Institution they are both
graduates. They- declare the present
generation of Filipino students will
make the Philippine Islands one of
the most enterprising an wealthy
countries of the Orient.
"The Spanish ; language," said
Father Finnegan yesterday, 7'ls de
cadent in the Islands. " English Is
spoken everywhere now.. : The young
Filipino today . dresses in American
falhion, and - thinks and talks like a
young American. ' I believe'; they, will
eventually be one of the most pro
gressive. Oriental people. ;.: 7 ; '
"It occurred to me and Father
Thompklns that if a large dormitory
building could be erected, somewhat
on the , plan . Of the ; Young Men's
Christian Association's .buildings,!
where students could be lodged and
boarded at" nominal charge, or just
enough to. pay the eipense of mainte
nance, v the conditions under which
they live In Manila'wjould be Immense
ly improved 'and their studies and
moral welfare would be correspond
ingly bettered. "There is no desire
to make any sectarian or class quali
fication for admission to the dormi
tory." Fathers Finnegan and Thompklns
iake the greatest interest in the fam
ous Bilibid prison at Manila, where
a system has been evolved that really
reforms prisoners, the priests say.
After. " a year or so in prison they are
moved to a penal colony on an adja
cent island; and given full liberty,
with permission to marry or bring
their families to live with them. Very
few of the prisoners leave the colony
after their term of prison is terminated.:-.;;.'
i ' ' : 7'77
FOR THE MEDICI
Place St. Winifred Hospital, San
Case Chronic Parenchymatous
Nephritis involving broken compensa
tion, complete Anasarca and Ureamic
Prognosis According to the text
books, hopeless. The best physicians
bad failed and the condition of the
patient at the end of a two years' j
fight for lire was so extreme that it
was predicted he would not live to get
to this city. '
The physician who was called in
was Dr. L. C. Mendel, who put the
patient; on Fulton's -Renal Compound
and aided it 'with active measures to
sustain the heart' and promote the
To t he intense surprise of the; local
physicians the patient went home aud
resumed business in the fifth month.
The fact that a slight addition to
the orthodox treatment with which it
in nowise conflicts, now permits re
coveries s in many cases of Blights
and kidney disease tha t the text
books declare hopeless . ought to in
terest; every physician in this country.
Honolulu Drug Co, is local agent for
Fulton's Renal Compound. Ask for
. (J i t
r n r-' r
7t:o cr.ty tsc!:!zj psv.-Zc?
nzniz frsxn Cayci Crzo
0 Srcsnt cf Tsrizr
No city in the world has
a m ore u p to da te and
more' sanitary equipment
For handling milk than Ho
nolulu in the depot of this
Very few cities can boast
of anything nearly as good.
We ask that you visit this
depot and see the equip
nent of. which we are so
: proud. . ... '.
Fc!?ymon's ' .
Lots of 'snap'
Th at's when yo u
celcbra te the 4th
"7 " 7 7-" f ' '
See our Window Display
Photo Supply Co.,
' Anything in basket and .bouquet
work with class ribbons at reasonable
v-pirs. L pi. Taglar, Florist ; ; i
fiotel St, opposite Alex. Young Cafe.
Tort Street near Beretanl. 7
Ha?9 an entire new line of haU,
and trimmings just from the Eaiten
M arket Drop in and tee then.
In All Sizes
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS
Exclusive Patterns In
, 62 SOUTH KISC STREET
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House onKewalo St.,
$75 jper month.
924 BETHEL STREET
0. O. Ounha
78 Mercha- 8t
ARCHITECT. ;- -Estimate!
Furnished on Buildings
160 Hotel SL, Oregon BMg. Tel XR
James L. Holt
iffere some fine lota near th csi
ilne at Palaoi at a bargain: also 1
falmy sea-beah borne of the' late A
nlral Beck ley at Aqua Marine
1 GEO . S IKEDA
1264 Fort St.,
" - Tel; 1140. 7
STOCKS; S ,,
1 ' .
AND BEAL ESTATE
O L I V E R G. L A N S'I N Q
80 Merchant Street
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca
ulpa rubber;-Purissima Hills Oil stock;
v f W. E. LOGAN & CO. .
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Cal.
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers
AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER
' SUPPLY CO., LTD;
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Fhone 1410. Geo. O. Guild. Gen. Mgr.
has the best Home-Made Bread,
Get man Pretscls and Coffee Cake. Be
sure ahd ring up 2124.
I I 29 Fort Street
- Celebrated Chicago
PA L II CAFE,
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Berttania Street
BAKER & HOKE, Propt.
Ladles' Tailor ;
Correct Modes Followed
J. E. ROCHA
Elite Building Hotel Street
Al Tltltlng neabant cf t
Order are cordially InrUsJ U
attend neetlnyi of local USta
Sleet oa Use
nd cai 4th
'' 'Ilondjyj cf
7::o r. U.
WM. 3IeKILEY LODGE, SO. 8,
k. of r.
f.of. airr 9nA nA 4th PitUT-
day evening at, 7:30 o'clock ia
IV. OI 1. Jlilll, CUI.,
Deretania, Visiting, hrctlitra
-ordially invited to attend. ..
A. F. GERT2, &C.
F. F. KILBEY. K. R. DL
nOXOLULU AKRIE 110, F. 0. E.
-!V Honolulu l)dge No. 61?),
k -V.thelr hall, on. King St.,
f hear Fort, every Friia
evening. Visiting Broth-
era are cordially InvlUi
A. E. MURPIIT. E. IL
II. DUNSIIEB, Sec
OAHU LODGE HO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frt
(2fQ day at 7:30 o'clock - Pythlaa
w .r i 11311 rnrnflr iiprnTan 9 k i
Fort streets. VUiticg brothers
cordially invited to attend.
- F. A. HAWKINS. C C
- O. HEINE, K. of IL AS.,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE 50. I, I. 0. E. H.
Meets every first and third
- 7-. . Tuesday of each -month la
f . Fraternity Hall, L O. O. F.
I landing. , VVJitJas - brothers
1 corJ! illy Invited 'to tttsil
; ,K Hi::,;iY A. ASCII, Saci:n
LOT13 A. PERRY; C. of R.
f ' . '
noxci.rLu Lo:;r, :: :l po. e.
rn izzcrl zA fourth
VCt---7 ever.:-: : each
rT'n-th -tv7:C3 c la
. W ' K. c:'P.,f!2:i. c. :-7 vt
and Beretanla. .Vlr.llzz t rc::.
invited to attezfd. " --r
. r- WM. JC:;:!3, W.
L. 0. O. 1I
will meet in Odd Fellows' l-!7
Fort street, near King; every Fi.;-y
evening at 7:30 o'clock. ...
Visiting' brothers cordially Lavit-l
to attend. . 7
'AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. DlcUtor.
E. A. JACOB SON, Secretary. -
A. ' BLOM5
fmporter Fort St
MILTON 6V PARSONS
Pantheon Bldg. '
PHONE 3033 FORT STREET ,
Hiss Power, 7
Boston Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS .MILLINERY
Club Stables Bloek
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor 7
BEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
FORT STREET -
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS; also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
: 1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's HxtJ