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PEssirjEsr.3 is fjov held
PROPERLY AT DISCOUNT
Securities ArA Pirkpri I In ac l''rore l.ne attacking party disappears.
O.lUUIIUtb Mre riCKCa UP aS u u r;ot 0 much what the rebel
Quickly as They Are
DIVIDENDS ARE COMING,
have actually done In destruction of
property and other way, as it" t that
they evidently hold in reserve a power
for vastly more of much destruction If
the trouble is allowed to drag along
Intsv a. war nf rnct The rrfent COn
VYI IH dUMfc INCREASES dlt,Pns are evidently intermediate be
' ' ' , tween a return to normal, or to much
rv . . rt' i m more violent demonstrations, and no t
nOlieer 10 neaeem OlfUUU,- one can foresee which turn will fol-
000 and Refund S500,- low- Th,s wlth tne that the
26; 15 Oahu. 26; 1Z Oahuf 261 ;
10 Oahu, 26.
v Friday, July 5, 1912.
Between Boards. 32 Oahu, 26;
10 Onomea. 52V4; 50 Onomea. 53: 75
Onomea, 53 , 15 O. R, & L. Co.. 136;
15 Haw. Pine, 42; 10 Haw. Pine., 42;
5 Haw. Pine.. 42; 1000 Hilo ex 6,
S4H; 2.000 Hilo ex. 6, 94V4; 5000
Natomas 6, 94; 2000 Olaa 6, 37:
3000 Olaa 6 X ; 100 Waialua, 123; 60
Waialua. 123; 40 Waialua, 123.
-Session Sales 15 Pioneer, 3314; 18
Pala, 215; 20 McBryde, 7; 10 McBryde,
7; 7 McBryde, 7; 5 Waialua. 125; 5
Waialua. 123; 5 Waialua, 123; 50
Waialua, 125. . .
000 . : Army Money Pro-
viaea rteports or banks,
It is Ratifying to observe the re
volt that is saining headway against
pessimismon In colloquial phrase
the malady of "cold feer In Hono
lulu. This has found voice within
the past few days In an interview
given to the Star-Bulletin br H. F.
stock Is large, leads holders of sugar
In the Uland to be sellers at current
values, as they find no advance ob
tainable on all attempts to make an
improvement In values.
It is reported that those who have
through judicial decisions on Hawaii
through pudlcal decisions will makj
J an attempt to secure a refund of the
money , they have outlaid upon their,
forfeited holdings. x .
. McBryde, it Is authoritatively an-
nounced, will not, pay the dividend i
conditionally promised this year, on, j
account of the low prices received for j
the sugar sent' to market It mav '
uur weekly Cuba came snows ir come next year, however, as the r.ro-
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itxs crop making goes on wunoui apr ; 8DectS of agood 1913 ctod are excel
parent Important interruption, and the lent.
weekly additions to crop receipts are j There was a gratifying response
fast bringing the total up to a record fh is year '.to the call upon Honolulu
for this campaign. j business houses to decorate their
Lewis thp tpnfimnnt. f "mv European oeei crop weamer as u , premises ior me i-ourtn Ot JUiy. II.
- ine entiments of which are f.wo.llk h u-in nf th- utfoM s. t a ..ti
upon we streets ana , tv. v. n.o(Knu.. .- v . u 1
ur l iirum, vtiiii tuu (n.isiuiiiij vi avoirs i bui . nuu iuc yiue bill Uiu eu LI. tr
detriment due to poor seed, and the exercise of simple taste rather than
exchange market quotation have been by lavish expenditure.
comparatively steady with only small
fluctuations in values. '
The close is lis. 9 3-4d. for this and
. Transports have begun to bring
coar here from Japan, with the pur
pose of Seeping Uncle Sam's fuel, shed
, ' wherever men exchange thoughts.
.Hawaii has passed through many
crises In its Industrial and financial
hietory. yet none of Its Inhabitants
are old enough to remember any pe
riod when the bottom has fallen out of
thlngE or any emergency nf nnrhlom nw monm, against me wees openiiis "c" "" v.
to solve o"tyra? of", iq i.;.d, and no higher or lower Thar Honolulu- : is not altogether
, s its substanUal .men: were unable sue- Rations than these. VH wrapped up in . commrc alisni s
cessfully to cope Still here has The statistical situation kees on im- shown by the generous Impulse that is
been no difficult fposIUon to arise Paving, the visible applies of the beln given, to the project of home
when the wall of Se pessimist wtis world being now only 123.832 tons less for the aged promoted by the King s
not heard, making It harder for those than, last year, a reduction from 500,- DahTi. ao; lnpa
r h refuse to be dismayed at Hon In 000 tons deficiency two months ago. : An officer of the cruiser Colorado,
V the path to tide VvS the iartlcular The harvesting of the new Java crop Wher .recent visl f bought four lots
cmornrV ' r lDVpanicuIar i r.merAs.in.r .hinmpntn durin in the Kaimuki section, and other m-
who Vn- v . : - .. T,.r, a -n n om.,.n'n 1 ftft ftnn cers of the same vessel clinched their
past week or two
going on for the J"ne are expected to amount to 100.000 ce vi "
shou'd havergood tons, made up largely of white sugars to lots there bought on
ll :?-gooa L rnr1ah ,rwfc whirh Rtallment plan by paying up t!
fai a i
Applied same as Corrugated Iron
Indestructible Keeps Out the Heat
- Sheets 6-7-8-9 and 10 feet long; 28 inches wide.
'ry;:::';rr-z9:-: on Hand
j vuvivi tiifc Aliimt.Llf ill H i na ilea. iivuuu. ivt vn jlaj aiiou hiu w vcjp .
slmlstlc virus In this community In- will, reduce the requirements of the j m"; . -uear tas ho nlace In the
Pa78chin0 with the United Kingdom for supplies of Cuban De
pedal chill and under Itv Influence raws, or 'American granulated. " Upined not a little to restooeacheerfr.i
poured their orders to sell some of A large stock is still being carried 'glrit to Honolulu
tlTXTttL1 Ph"iPPinev and .on, recent,
onirto tn ?h t Jf01 Q ? 8aleS fe rePf tCd here " b , made provision, for the pay of the
Z?L M PTent raw values , f j - that the gloom haa paBSCd
rw:-"- uy, uui vuyj r.ere Louisiana crop prospects are sua in- : frnm thA ftffll rantnnmenta of our r.il.
Dut on the Coast, until when they definite, due to the floods,
came to their senses and tried to e- l "
vtr iueir investments they found it
impossible to do so at the prices for
which they had disposed of them. One
such experience ought tQ be enpuga
for a wise man. . ' , .
Revival in Stocks. : . v ' . T; '
This week on the four business days
thct.. have nas.sAd h ? ' wifnoeca
cheering revival In the; mark t for 0anu 26; 10 do.. 26;; 8 Olaa, 6;
fctocks and -bonds, k Not "only has the 50 H:' & S.Co-.,-42 . - -
numoer ana volume of transaction r session oaiesz au rvanunu, id; ao iut
.. As the city fathers have agreed to
give $14,000 toward the new armory,
providing that the mayor signs the
helped not a little to restore a cheer
ful spirit to Honolulu the past week.
Stock sales for the week: '
.Monday, July 1, 1912.
SALES TtetweMi Hoards: 100 H:v C:
St a Pn ii ai 9.A riinn fiu? Knnft Hiln bill; It should not be lont? before work
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v fiV 911 4000 Hiln ?X 6 '94v" ieMMs ' uu uc ucw eumte, puivius
The Arbuckles are going to renew
their fight upon the sugar trusty per
sonified by the Havemeyers, and it
on the-fuel oil plant for Pearl Harbor
naval station. The many opportuni
ties the nation's defensive establish
ment here, afford to home enterprine
are not appreciited by the people of
this Territory so greatly as might be.
'In its list of large Insurances ma
tured in 1911 the Insurance Press
gives Hawaii: H, P. Baldwin, J37.1K1;
Mawawao, $44,000; Spreckelsville, $C0,
uuu; ionoiuiu, io.uuu.
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.; is about
to redeem Its million dollars of bond
ed Indebtedness, refunding half of the
amount at 5 per cent. Irntead of 6 per
cent, as the old bonds carry. The Only
bond Issue of $1,000,000 will be re
deemed on . the first of October this
year, "; ., i : . '
At a meeting of the rirectors of the
Oahu Railway and Lsnd Company held
yesterday, it was voted to pay a divi
dend of sixty-five cents .a share month-
! ly beginning July -16. Th.i is an in
crease of $30,000 In the dividend, and
is equal to 5 per cent on the present
quotation of the stock. ,
Hawaiian Commercial f nd Sugar Co.
pays a dtvldend," a of July - 6, of 25
cents a .. share, or n $100,000. ; Onomea
pays 40 cents . shares or $20,000 Ho-
nomu pays $1.50 a share,; or $11,250,
been frreater than for. Mnai BnrCe. 6: 25 do.. B: 100 do., 6: 24 Ewa, v. th.t , announcing at the same time thct this
iod in a long time, but nriv nil th 29: 15 do.. 29: 25-db.. 29: 10 do., ,M h niiint. mafr a will be continued monthly until furth-
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securities of present earning nower 29: 30 do.,-29i'25 do., 29; 20 do;pj.pK other will riot be -made tralitifal
. and some of those whose returns are 29; 50 do., 29; 25 do., 29; 25 do. capjtaJ of to the prejudice of the legi
as yet prospective have been' picked 29 25 Oahu, 29; 25 do., 29; 20, timate sugar interests of the cqwn-
UP only at an advance from sometime do.; 29r30 doC29;;30 qom 29; 20 trr : gucn would be but a repeUtlOn
Priiins-Prlce JUthough compiira-do., 29;- 10 Inter-Island, 495; 5 do., of history. v :
" ? ; tlvcly large blocks of shares arenbtlSS. : !'" s - L - Twenty-eight Hawaiian companies
:;- often, reported as changing hands, It A . Tuesday, July. 2, 1912. paid $1,178,193 In dividends in Juna,
, ,8 ot' thought that small' investors 'Between ''Boards 50 Oahu Sug. Co, Nineteen of them-were sugar compan
by afty means are monopolizing the $27.00; 50 Oahu Sug. Co., $27;00; 97, es paying $1,071,330, the balance be
facllltles of exchange. In fact it IsOahu Sug. Co., $27.25; 15 Oahu' Sugvi lately at Kobe, Japan, awaiting trans-
ireeiy assertea mat big capital is he 32725; 10 oahu sug. jo., yu.zi iuu
hind the present activity In, stocks Haw.; Silg. Co., $43.50; 50 Haw. Sug.
' and bonds, and eyea that syndicates Co-. $43.50 ; SO.Ewa, T30.00; 50 Ewa,
have difficulty in getUng what they; $30.00; 20 Ewa, $30.00; 100 Ewa,
- want because other combinations areS30.00; " 60 McBryde, $6.00; "20 Mc-
ahead of them, and, further, that the McBryde, $6.00; 50 McBryde, $6.00;
smallness of the purchases forming McBryde, $6.00; B Haw. Pine. Co.,
' .' the bulk of the increagJnfrhnftrnM $40.00 : 6 L It 8..N, Co $195J)0; 5
due to the fact that -except under Haiku, $202.50; $2,000 Olaa 6s, $97.5.0;
the lure of exceptional .chances for 1'000 01aa 6s 2 " :
Droflt-taklne. - Tho inrfiti- . i,Al - Session Sales 27 Oahu Sug. Co.,
v-vwo i. wq -v.i... c OT rn. OA A11UUUKU iuwiei wioio wamci o
?re"n' r'Un.F th It. will ."i"". fl.ta!l I" -there Is something doing In
June building; permits, Including
those for .repairs, covered an estimate
value of $190,051, against $262,688 for
May. The decline Is not necessarily
indicative of less hame buildings for
June has been singular, as compared
with several months previous, in ha v
lng no ; permits for large public and
institutional buildings. "
Although the real estate market is
er notice Pepeekeo directors announce
a regular monthly dividend of $2 a
share, or $15,000, beginning July 15.
Rubber Output. b v " ; -
' Figures have been received . by the
WaterhouEe conipany stowing that the
rubber output ;of Tanjong Olok and
Pahang plantations, in the Malaysian
peninsula, was : very good for the
month of June. ' '
Pahang's June output was 4603
pound.-?, .and for the six months end
ing June 30 was 23,530.
Tanjong Olok'a June output was
4578, with 20,800 fot the six months.
The output for the 'year is about one
third in now, it Is figured. The Water
houee company is well satlsfleo' with,
the, figures. ;.V::;v::: . .
. Coop Ltdo
N fl "-7 " :
Prompt-attention to day and niht calls, .
Particular care given to preparing and embalming of bodies.
; . ; Facilities for shipping remains unexcelled.
Jno. H. Townsend, F.D.'
- Roy J. Williameon, llorticia:
.: .Pay and Night Telephone ;1325 v-.
jer than the; average Honolulu ! h2S" VPM 5t2T?l '
to produce another epldemlq of ;fr'Liyn
Chilled understandings for some time
Following Is Wlllett fe Gray's re
view of the raw sugar market of June
20 In part:
Last week's price of 3.92c. per lb for
96-degree test centrifugals did not hold
' for long, indiwa.4 followed by- sellers
at 3 86C, (2 lZcx, & f.) basis, at which
Sug. Co., $27.75: 6; Oahu. Sug. Co.,
$27.75; 5 Ewa, $30.50; 45 Ewa, $30.50;
25 Pioneer, $34.00; 10 Hon. B. & M.
.Co., $20.25 50 Ewa, $30.75; 5 H. C. &
S.-Co $43.00; 5 Ewa, $30.75; 5 H. C
& S. Co., $43.50 5 Ewa, $30.50; 5
Oahu Sug.' Co $27.62; 5 H. C. &
S. Co., $43.50; 5 H. C & 3. Co.,
$43.50; 5 H, C. & S. 'Co.. $42.75; 5
H: C. & S. Co., $42.50; 5 Waialua,
reduced- prices .some 150.000 bag to $120.00; "5 "Waialua, $120.00; 5 Wala
200.060 bags have been taken by re-
There are still buyers willing to go
on at 2 l-2c. c. & U or S.86c, per lb.,
and l-64c; more is Intimated for par
cels of last half of July shiprnen
The market is still under the influ
ence., more or- less, of the negro insur
rection in Cuba',' which continues to
lua. $120.00; 30 Oahu Sug. Co., $27.50;
20 Oahu Sug. Co., $27.50; 5 Oahu Sug.
Co.. $27.62. 1 .
- Wednesday, July 3, 1912. ;
Between Boards 10 Onomea, 51;
15 Oahu, 27V 10 Oahu, 27; 25
Oahu, 27; 70 Oahu, 27.
Session Sales 15 Oahu1, 27; 10
Ewa, '30; 20' Oahu, 27;c30 Ewa, 30;
30 Ewa. 3Q; 10 H. a S. Co, 42; 10
... iiuiii uy 10 aay ti-ii,,o ion. 7 nnnmo. fi.n u
rtLi f JT 8t ltr rltlcal 'nokaa, 10; 7 McBryde, 7? 5 Haw. Sug.
places of attack by government troops, r. i5 PIneannIe. 42; 22 Oahu,
It all the time. Transient booms in
any line have to be. frequent to dis
count comparatively small but steady
The tunnel for the. Lihue electt Ic
plant on the Walahl branch of Wailua
river Is completed and work is start
ing on - twenty-five short tunnels fcr
the system. :
It is reported that 83 Russians wern
lately at Kobe, Jap,an, awaiting trans
portation to Hawaji. - "
And the old gunboat Bennington be
comes an oil hulk in Honolulu harbor.
To what base uses wel, no, nothing,
useful to legitimate purposes can be
base. Better be an oil hulk than old
There is at present much activity
In inter-Island passenger travel. Oar
people of the different Islands are be
coming better acquainted with each
other in proportion to the improve
ments in Inter-island transportation
now being mader year by yea'r. "
Local contractors are going; to bid I
Haw. Sug. Co.
Honokaa S. C Co.,
Hon. Oil ;
Hon.. r Plant V . .
Hon. - Plant. 6s ...
Hon.Rap. Tr. 6s' ..
Hutch. 'S. P. Co...
Kilauea.S. C. .;
Onomea S. Co;
Paauhau S. Co.
Union S. Co. . . r 33.00 '
Sales: June 2220 Har Conr 44.
June 24 110 Hutchinson 2025. June
25 140 Hutchinson 20.25, 75 .Onomea
.". .5225 .(
secretaries of the navy. - ' parent race. Missionary work h.i s;on?
- Torrey's portrait of koosevelt and ahead &teadlly since its Institution in
one of Mrs. Francis Gay are the only 1820 by "the Missionary Koard of tho
examples of Torrey's work now in Ila- Consregatlonal Church cf America. Tho
wait , ' ' Congregational church has a commti-
. While a studio is being prepared for njon ron Df over gooa. the Anglican
him, -Torreywlir use thst. of. Howard, church has a great following, and the
REV. MR. VESTERVELT '
W. D. WestervelJ, president of the
Hawaiian Historical Society, was In
Banking and Trust. ' '
Bishop & Co., bahkem, in their quar
terly report of June 30 give their total
assets as' $7,073,632.05; ; cash, $125,
049.75; loans, discounts and overdrafts,
$3,177,672.36; -capital and surplus,
$937,455.93; deposits, $6,124,357.99.- i
Henry Waterhouse Trr.it Co., Ltd.,
reports, as of June 30; assets of $766,
996.45; loans, $487,022.20; cash, $139,
251.35; -undivided profits, $119,26.14;
pid-in: capital," $100,000 ;
Bl&hop Trust CO., L.td., reports ai
"'"' iuuc u a iiuivmuouu Zealand a few wppkn apo and
16 Union 32.50. June 275 H. C, ,& S. t v! t 7rt thn Jln BL t th.
44. 10 Hutchir,ion 20.25, 30 Paauhau f ve the lie to thosewho say that the
23.J5, $3000 Hon. 6s 101. ' - Japanese are likely to foment trouble
, In Hawaii. The Otago Witness quotes
e..--iu v - : Westervelt as saying that the Maori
tiniwf nr'v tt, on rk ' legends .of Australasia are identical
following visible supply:' , with legends of HawalL Of the Jap-
Total stock of Europe and America, anese Mr. Westervelt says:
2,225,818 tons against 2,360,750 tons j' "The onlyttrouble;the Japanese haVe
last year at the same uneven dates. . caused was three years ago, when they
The decrease' of stock is 131,932 tons ' formed therasleves inradea unions and
against a decrease of 168,679 tons struck work on the plantations. Their
week. Total stock and afloats to-1 demands for more pay, shorter hours
gether show a visible supply of 2,383,-' and better accommodation were mostly
Roman Catholics have almost as la r so
a membership as the Consre ltlonal
ists." Exchange. .
818 tons against 2,507,750 tons, last met, and none of the anticipated trou -
year, or a decrease of 123,932 tons. ble occurred. That this crisis passed
so quietly was due largely to the re
straining Influence of the religious
teachers and the Japanese Journals
PORTRAIT OF DOLE Publishe(l Honolulu. The Chinese,
oi wnom mere are rewer, were or a
good type also, and include many ear
nest young men of education, practl-
T0RREY WILL PAINT
George Burroughs Torrey. the f am
i i.. n i i j j . I
5 -e.nA?f AUne' l'Ll 18 5.c0lwin ,jLP8id.eni: T?fLhf self-scriflclng to China. Dr. Sun Yat
?b4i:.i; ioaus iuo.oii.oj, uuuiiu-j securea iormer tTesiaenr. oanioru u. ., n . ,,
. , ax opun scchetv
Many ask tlia reason for the contin
ued and Increasing dcmar.3 for Chn
berlaln's Colic, Cholera and DUrrhc? i
Remedy, the secret U that It never
falls to give relief. The cliila-as? J
men cf today remember it zi tbs rem
edy given them by their ccther3 fcr
cramp colic and dysentery- when they
were children and its reputation a3 a
positive cure for such ailments -U still
maintained. .No remedy ha3 ever tea
produced that is: its eqilal fcr ths
prompt relief of pain. For sal a by all
dea'.Tc: rTrcn, Smith L Co., Litd.,
ajents for Hawaii. " .
ed profits, $23,271.01
Hawaiian Stocks. v t
SAN FRANCISCO; Jane 27. Follow
lng are the quotations for Hawaiian
stocks and bonds on' the exchange to
Haw. C. & S. Co:
H. C. & S. 5s ...
Haw. Pineapple . .
. v. 1 t u "-t viic luck iciuvuw v xiiiiitxt ia j
xjviv u.o a Buujwi wi u.9 u.usu, I'often been fnolcen of aa havlnir hen
Torrey has been in Honolulu for. "en e!? fep.01f ?n . havjIll . n
several weeks a euest at the Young born t Honolulu, but-he was-born In
HtefTr ? 'however,?that
commissions for portrait from sev- was naturalized .in Hawaii, and. Is
eral other leading Honolulans. therefore an American citizen. r Cer-
A number of notable men have taln,y hl son wa naturalized. There
posed for Torrey's brush. Among them much intermarrying between Chinese
may .be mentioned King George of and Japanese and native Hawalians,
Greece, Prince Henry of Prussia, King but the white men. do not marry out
Humbert of Italy, Roosevelt, Paul Mor- of their color. The Chinese-Hawaiian
ton and. Trueman H. Newberry, former is a fine product, .superior to each
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a consideration of $1161 raU by
the City and County. S. M. Daraon
and wife and the Honolulu Planta
tion Company as lessee hive. T.lcd a
transfer of a piece of land at ."Icar.a
containing 12.31 acres. Thi3 strip,
which extends from the main . Ew v
road to the Puuloa station of the O.
IL & L. Co. is to be used as a i art or
a new road to Watertown. '
Mrs. W. L. SUnJey, while out walk
ing at Tantalus last night, had the
misfortune to slip and 'fall ever a
kbank, breaking her right arm.
Anptaer letter recommenair-: tne
Baltimore-', Sun Wage Water Heater
has betm written br A. M. Arm!5ton,
in whose Kaimuki home J. C. Axtell
recently Instilled one of the tcatera.
.; New Pe'plum waists at WhJtney &
' Silk and Crepe negligees. WMtney
IS) iiii ydJ
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r The value: of RUBEROID ROOFING has long been
established to the complete satisfaction of everyone who has
gone into the matter. Today there are 300 substitutes for
RUBEROID a testimonialjin itself that is convincing enough
of it's superiority. ': "--
Most of them
on the good reputation of RUBEROID.
GET THE GENUINE RUBEROID and you will have a roofing
material that has no equal.
177 S.KmgSL J
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V7 V? pl r-
177 5. King St