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HONOLULU STAK-BULLir IN, MONDAY,-! IMA' i-V 1012.
Williamson & Buttolph
Sfpcft anrf Bond Brokers
VUonv 1 12 VIVO. Hox '52S
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Honolulu StocK Exrnangc
NAAfK OF STOCK.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Did. Aked j
C. Brewor Sc Co .
Kwa Plantation Co. ......
Jtwalian Aqrlc. Co. . ... .
Com. & Sur. Co. ....
' , -.n SusarCo.
SuRar Co. ......
- " '"nr Plant. .
. "n Co.
f " ..
Olaa Sugar CV i,m
1'aaiihau Sugar FUnt.
Pacific Sugar Ml? ...
Pala Plantation Co.
PIeekeo Sujrar Co. ......
Pioneer Mill Co. ........ .
Walalua Agric Co.
Walluku Sugar Co. . ......
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . . .
. Waimca Sugar M11I Co. . .
, Intrr-lsland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. It. T. L I j. Co., Prcf. .
Hon. R. T..& L. Co.. Com. ,
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu R. & I.Co. ........
Hllo 11: ILCo.. Pfd.......
Hilo R. R. Co., Com. ....
Hon. B. & M. Co.
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Tanjong Olok R.C.. pd. up.
Hon. E. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CL) . .
J I tiff Tr 4
Haw. Terrl:4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4V
Haw. Ter. 4 ..........
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co. 6
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., 6s...
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hilo R. R. Co., Con. 6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 ..
Hon. R. T. & L. Co. 6 . . .
Kauai Ry. Co. 68 ...... ..
Kohala Ditch Co.6s......
McBrydo Sugar Co. 6s . ..
Mutual Tel. 6?..........
Oahu R. & L Co. 5 . . . . .
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
C!aa Sugar Co. b . ... . . .
Pac Sug. Mill Co. 6s . . . . .
Walalua A gric Co. 5
Natomas Con. 6s.....
For a hack ring up 2307.
Ukuleles, Calabashes etc.; at factory
1713 Lillha. Prices reasonable.
Elegantly furnished looms with hot
The I'nderwoou TyK;writer-- Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Agents. ; . '
Wanted Two more passengers; for
around-thc-island at $6. ! Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
If you want a good job done on an
auto or carriage-take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Korea passengers: have City Trans-
Whenever the Great Raymond ar
rives In town it is a busy day for ev-1
cry body. The fame of the croai maul
WITH ALL THE POPULAR MUSICAL NUMBERS
RESERVED SEATS, 35 and 50 Cents
Sales Between Board: 39,
hu, 28; 100, 68 H. C. & S. Co., 44 1-4.
Session Sales 10, 15, 5, 5, 5, 10, 10,
10 Oahu, 281-4; 25, 5 Olaa, 7 3-4; 5
Pioneer, 34 1-2; 200, 90 Oahu, 28 1-2 ;1
400 JI. C. & S. Co., 44 1-4; 1, 20, 25
Kwa, 32. .
Latest sugar quotation: 3.86 cents,
or $770 per ton. .
Beets 12s 6d
HEflRV 17ATERB0USE TRUST.CO
Members Honolulu Stock and. Bond
FOBT AND MERCHANT STREETS
THE GREAT RAYMOND
fcr Co. handle your bapeage. Person- tiau lb worm wme and travels beiore
al attention Riven to scaling baggage.
Just received a few Mandarin Coats,
beautifully embroidered. Hawaii &
South Sas Curio Co., Young building.
The Waiakra saloon in Hilo has
been purchased by Peacock & Co.
The consideration is said to be $10,-
000. .. .... ;; v ; - -
Kxecutive Committee of the Civic
Federation will be held at the Public
Service Rooms at 4 p. m. Wednesday,
July 17. !'',.;.".'';,
Ieahi Chajder, No. 2, Order Eastern
Star, meets this evening at half-past
seven o'clock in Masonic Temple.
Pineapple soda ana Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Parents will find Haleiwa a delight-
place for the children n ho need
s " mge from Honolulu climate dur-Ii:t-
' summer. 1
For u. auto call up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phone '2511;
Seven-seated Popc-Hartford, No. 929.
Bring 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar and get a complete Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Bcretanla and Fort streets.
The Elks Building on King street
is being ornamented with a fire es
cape, according to the law applicable
to buildings over two stories high.
Corn and potatoes are profitable
crops in the Kula district, j $2.00 for
corn and $1.50 for'potatoes per cwt
are being asked by the farmers there.
The Honolulu Construction and
Draying Co., Ltd., Robinson building,
Jueen 6treet, will handle your steam
er freight promptly and at a reason
Joe Clark with his Packard car has
left the Auto Livery Garage and Is
now with the Oahu stand at Bishop
and King Sts., and hopes for a con
tinuance of patronage from his former
friends. Rates Reasonable.
The. following officers wer? elected
at the last meeting of the Court Ca
moes, No. 8110, Ancient O.dor cr For
esters: C. R., Vincent Femandea, -Jr..
S. C. R., E. J. Regor Fi ia::ci.ii Secre
tary, H Perelra; Record ng Sccrtt:n',
O. P. Soares; S. W., Jose Orneilas:
J. W., A. F. Souza; S. B.. Brede; J.
B., J. A. Gonsal ves : ' Physicfan. Dr-;
Donald Mclennan: Auditors. J. P.
Dies, R. J. Borgej hnd M. D. Freitas.
The . trustees electe I 1 1 the beginning
or the year are L. A. Perry, J. JV
Eckart and J. D. Margnei. : Tormer
Chief Ranger .I h MenM lias :wec n
HARRY ARMITAGE.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER....... General Partner
& A. WALKER....... General Partner
Harry Arniitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 683' Phon 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cabta and Wireless Addra
Jas. f. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished nd Loan
157 KAAHUMANU STREET
Giffard S Roth
STOCK AM) BOND BROKERS
Menihrrs Honolulu Stock and Bond
Maneenwnld BId?w 102 Merchant SL
518 S. King M.
promoted to ;iie o;Ioe o Juuio i Pas
Chief Ranger. '
Twelve delegates to the annual
meeting of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association at LIhue returned home
yesterday morning on the KInau and
spoke most enthusiastically regarding
the convention, which will remain ii
session until Wednesday. According
to A. Frank Cooke, one of the dele
gates from Central Union Church.
there are three hundred and fifty at
the convention, including representa
tives from all the islands . Speakers
have. been secured for each day's pro
gram and. the meetings are reported
to be unusually interesting. The rest
of the delegates from Honolulu will
return home 'Wednesday evening "or
Thursday morning. " V
Hawaiian Commercial Leads
in Volume of Sales Olaa
Drops Quarter i
him wherever he goes. His arri val is
always ati event of more than ordinary
importance. It is not strange thereror
that; he should attract unusual atten
tion. ' v;'
What strikes'" the observer, more
forcibly perhaps .s the enormous quan
tity of luggage and cargo carried by
the great magician, the unloading and
transporting of hundreds of boxes and
crr tes containing" the stage parapher
nalia costly illusions and delicate ma
chinery usee: by him in his perform
ance is aday's work for quite an army
of men in itself.
Not les,s than seventy tons arrived
on the S. S. Shinyo Maru today and is
actually used on and about the stcge -at
his performances. It is quite cer
tain that no showman ever came to
Honolulu so well equipped for the work
in hand as the Great Raymond. And
when it is considered that he himself
is without a peer in his own line it
will be readily understood that with
the s'pltndid equipment at his Qispossl
he is enabled to give a show unrivaled
in the brilliancy and the perfection of
art. : .
Demand for seats for the Great Ray
mond show which will open at the Lib
erty theater Wednesday evening, -was
brisk this morning, the first day of the
ticket sale. Orders for. seat reserva
tions are being taken by telephone at
the - Liberty ; box office. While the
prices for. this show are a little above
the usual Liberty admission charge,
the Raymond entertainment is known
to be far above the average, and a
large house is already assured for the
"Oliver Twist," the great feature
picture that has . been entertaining f
hundreds with Nat C. Goodwin in the
part of Fagin, at the liberty, will be !
exhibited only two nights more. This J
picture presents in an unusual way an
English classic, and it should be seen
by everyone, as it is not only enter
taining but educational, .
FILM SHOWS DUKE
IN WAIKIKI SURF
Vaudeville and excellent reels of
animated pictures continue to be thV
chief-entertaining features at the big,
cool, Bijou : Theater, although the se
lections of the Bijou orchestra are ever
popular. Old acquaintan?es of Hono
lulu theatergoers but not recently at
the Bijou are Wise and Milton, who
are billed for a short engagement. It
is promised that they will have new
songs and dances and are guaranteed
to amuse. Italian street songs will be
rendered by the Oliva Gyrsy Trio.
Crr berry and Neilson, with Lew
Wheeler will present a laughable farce
entitled, -Our 5th Anniversary."
'Duke Kahanamoku, Riding the Surf
at- Waikiki," is a moving picture film
that is to be exhibited at the Empire,
the house- of pictures, and it should
prove a big attraction due io the
prominence attained by this clever
Lwimmer rt Stockholm.
Thirteen lots of Oahu Sugar Co. ag
gregating 409 shares are reported sold
in today's stock sheet 44 between
boards at 28, and 65 on the; board at
28.25, with 300 more at 2S.50, an ad
vance of one-half point since Satur
day's report. Hawaiian Commercial
anu ugar o. was aneaa of Oahu m u -s nnsslble to -ret good advice.
numner. or snares sold, this being 100 fr; . ",flsipr ,ha to take it. it
nn4 :v c?hn.. 1 . J . m r. 1 i m.u - - ; . .
!'-. . . I RAPtTlS.
1", Dlr !r!S,onl..an srate : Fishing is a great industry, but
Xho -r::';, not to the man who goes after them
" ' " Hua 1 1,U1U Mvith a hcok and line.
. ?S-1(l?0-W1la uarri n.e demand whv anyone goes- to the
board, 2a and ;, shares going at 7.750, untrVUfor his vacation.
Pioneer gaineji half a point in a sale! " ' '
of 5 shares at 34.50. Ewa is unchang-1
ed, at 32 for lots of 10, 20. and 25
shares. . . -. ' ,; :. .
Altogether it was a weighty day to
open the week, excepting that only
five stocks were dealt in.
Your attention Is called to the fact
that we have Just received, by last
boat from tlie Coast, a large shipment
jof the. best PANAMA HATS.
Special inspection invited to see our
display at our new f-tore. No. 20 Bere
tahia street, near Nuuanu avenue.
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
FELIX TURBO, Specialist.
FRIENDS OF TRIBE ASKED
TO CHIEFS RAISING UP
The public raising-up of chiefs-elect
of Hawaiian Tribe, No. 1. Improved
Order of Red Men, for the current
term, will be held on Tuesdav, the
16th sun of Buck Moon, G. S. D. 421,
at the eighth run. settinc of th sun
. (Common era, Tlesday, July lu.
.garden. Odd Fellows Hall. Honolulu.
rne ceremony of investiture will be
followed by a distance, during whicli.
refreshments will be served. Mem
bers and their families, and friends of
the Tribe, ana especially the mem
bers of Geo. W. l)e Long Post, G. A.
G., are cordially invited to be present.
. Pholo.Knsrravintr of lushest irrade
can . feciired from the Star-RuUetin
Plioto.tngraing l'lauL 1 '
means more than a fat
baby. It means laying the
foundation of a strong,
Fat alone is not enough;,
there must be bone,
muscle; brain and nerves.
is the Acme of perfection for
Mother and Child.
SAVES Tilt; TROUBLE OF CHANGING IKONS.
SAVES THE TROUBLE OF ATTENDING TO FIRES.
DOES AWAY WITH THE HEAT FROM A STOVE.
DOES AWAY WITH SM UT OR DINARILY DEPOSITED ON
THE IRON. : .
HAS NO DELICATE PARTS TO GET OUT OF ORDER.
HAS NO CLUMSY ATTACHMENTS TO CATCH THE CLOTII
'"': I'G. ...'.v;-.'-";-'.' " - v
THE IRONING CAN BE DONE WIlEREVEIt ELECTRICITY
IS AVAILABLE. -v,'
The Hawaiian Electric Co Ltd.
r.. 1 ' ' " 1 1 1 ,
Nat. C. Goodwin
The Great 1
SPANISH WAR VETS.. .
FORM NEW DEPARTMENT
Two hundred members of the or
ganization of United Spanish "War Vet-
i erans net in the hall of the First Unit
ed States Infantry- Camp, U. S, S. V.
at Schofield Barracks vesterdav after-
of the society. The following officers
were elected: Department commander,
L. E. Twomey, Honolulu; senior vlco
department commander,- E. W. Ely,
Fort Shafter; Junior vice department
commander, George W. Geyer, Scho-
; field Barracks; department Inspector,
Paul SmithHonolulu; department sur
geon,' W. A. Schwallie, L D., Pahala;
department marshal, F. G. J. Murrey,
Fort Shafter; department adjutant,
Commander Thomas Hlntont Fort De
In accepting the office of department
commander, L. E. Twomey made a few
remarks regarding the mission oj the
organization and its obligations relat
ing to the Declaration or jnaepena
Jence, the Stars and -Stripes and the
; citizens of the nation. ..The command
er concluded his address by making a
presentation to the department of. a
navel mace of teak wood taken, from
the Hawaiian Navy, the old Kalmiloa
With the new department organization,
there are now over two .hundred and
fifty members of -the organization in
the Territory. -
For nens and the Irnth about It, all
people liny the Star-Bollftfn.
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Beretania Street
BAKER & HOKE, Props.
! y Sid
(Mua;ij:ojn-nt ' nf ll. Kipling)
OUR FIFTH ANNIVERSARY"
Screaming, Laugh-Making Farce I
Carberry & Neils
Popular Songs and Dances
Oliva Gypsy Tn
In "Italian Street SongsH
POLLARDS JUVENILE OPERA C
Management of R. Kipling
A Feature Picture
MOTION PICTURES ONLY
Three Big Acts
MANY FINE PICTURES
Baseball for Sundir
1:30 P. A. C. vs. ASAHI3
3:30 J. A. C. vs. STAR3
Reserved Seats for crntrr of cr
stand' and vlnrs can be booked ;;t
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Depart;
(entrance King fctreet) up to 1 p. :
after 1 p. m.. at M. A. Gunst &,
King and Fort.
Black and" Tan
SALE BEGINS MONDAY, JULY
Fort Street, Near Beretania
Has an entire new line of Hat-s c
Trlmnilngs just from the Eastern ma
ittf. Drop In and seo them.
Imi tLMe Tiropieg
is out of place unless he has a good iiver.
Do you feel tired when you get up in the morning? Do you go to your work with a "grouch," lacking
energy and animation? :;:,.V;, .". ; ' . -. . ..
If You do, Your Liver Needs Fixing
We recommend and guarantee
An effective combination that stimulates the flovy of bile, and aids in relieving Stomach. Liver and In
testinal Disorders. -.-'v -
'e Bottle, SOc; Trial Size, 25c
Behsori Smith &,Cp. Ltd. Fort and Hotel Streets
When you use W. P. Fuller &.
Co.'s PURE PREPARED PAINT
you get durability along with
CHEAPER IN THE END
Lewers & Coote
- Limited '
177 S. KING STREET
rhofo-EncraTln? f "hlarucst
can be seenred from ili: .Star--Mioto-DgruTi3?