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HONOLULU STAR BULLE1TX, MONDAY, "AUG. 12 1012.
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TODAY'S 1 1ST!
.Bonds featured today's exchango
sneet, no less than 917,000 par valuo
.changing hands. Miscellaneous equal
ied sugar Jn number of .different stocks
sold betwerfit'sessiong and on the
board. Tb ' was one) advance and
no decline la three sugar, stocks sold,
..while of 'three miscellaneous Inter
Island alone dropped.
. Sales- between sessions were 25 I .-I.
IS. X. Co. at 196, a decline of five
points; 0 ' Honolulu-Brewing and
Malting Co. unchanged at 20.50; 50
and 45 Onomea unchanged at 57.75;
and CO Hawaiian Commercial at 44,
a gain of t one-eighth point; $10,000
'Hilo Extension sixes "at 94.75; $5000
Olaa sixes at 97.50 and $1000 Nato
mas sixes at 94.
Ontbe board $1000 Olaa sixes at
97.50 and 10 and 22! Hawaiian Sugar
unchanged at 41.75 constituted the
f Special StarBulTct!n Correspondence
SCHOFIELD' BARRACKS, Aug. "12.
Owing, to the large number of auto
mobiles - belonging to the officers ' of
trie regiments stationed here the ex
change of the First Infantry has de
elded to establish a garage where ml
nor repairs and ; supplies can be se
cured, v This has teen a necessity for
.a long time since, risitors In machines
are a daily sight in the garrison, the
barracks being on the : itinerary of
the round-the.island trip. sv
Colonel jMcGunnegle, the command
ing officer, has in contemplation the
issuance of an -order prohibiting the
storing jaf gasoline In any other place
than the : proposed garage. Thus re
ducing the fire danger to a minimum.
(CoBtinned from Tag X)';
f(ected, .and large quantiUes'of; wa1
.ter are needed daily; to' keep them m
proper, condition. : - Despite ' the" fact
' ' '
U - that tfte best, hours ;for:watering the
' U '; thirty plants ?ls In the evchlhg, after
the; heat of the day and with the night
4 cuiaiug wucu iuc grasB luiat. trees
win. ii v lime, iu auboru wosi vi me
moisture before f the hot sun's' rays
I . cheat them of It, the watering must be
done as per: new ' rule, from 6K to 8
o'clock In the morning.' r C 7
i Uf the manof the family hasn't time
In the morning to attend q vthis him
self, the. members, of 'his family' must
do so,Yor he must employ additional
help; otherwise, his plants .must ; suf -
-fer or he must lose his right' to any
jfysfr irrigating water at all. - '' 'h!;.:'"'
..V i i Such Is the rule,.nd It is to be.' en-
." t c forced.;-,':":;'- ul---'i -;-;-.-
. , 'Another notice from the .wafer de
. i '..t: partment applies to the - same" condi
v ' tlon. Defective fixtures ! on - private
v i r property must . be attended to, before
" September 1. Inspectors will : call on
? or shortly after that date and if de
; fects are discovered the pipes will be
4 closed without further notice, while
O " ,i - meters will be Installed and the users
A . Al t t - , A. M '
- ..men ue compeiiea w pay ioryieir wa-
ter bv ' the thousand feet. Of rnursA
"A V v t the meters will ; be Installed at vthe
i'i government's expense and the charge
win.Da msae sucn mat tnose using
only a normal amount will pay only
. . . i equai 10 tne, nat annual rate in effect
-' , at present - ii-yyiC'
. 5 1 WIN CONTRACT FOR HILO
; v : ; : HEALTH-BOARD BUILDING
4 Arioll Brothers today won the con
tract for the construction of the board
't .. , oi health building at Hilo, together
" Pi, 'with the contracts for the sidewalk
. and 1 curbing, grading of. ground and
.construction of the macadam roadway.
Their total bid" was $7795 McCand
less Brothers won the - contractfor
- digging ' the t two artesian wlls at
Wilder avenue and two at Kalmukl
their figure for the ." first two being
i 1 2500 and for the other two $3,000.
Arioll' Brothers are to- build the
I: V Board cf Health Building at Hilo for
$700; the sidewalk-and curbing for
" . $220; -the grading of grounds for
V $100 and macadam roadway for $175.
' " 1 On; the same Jobs the figures of A.
AX Mlsoix .ere, $S540, $J40$100 and
J $00. -The figures of O. H. Will were
$9i62. 290, ' $110 and $320; of the
Lord-Vouhg, 'Engineering Company
$9050, $369, $114.80 and $376.
Xte Cosmopolitan ' Well ; Boring
Company offered to dig the four. ar-;
teslan -wells at $3780 for those at
Wilder Avenue, and $5400 for those
at Kaimukl. ;
i'TilT'ER UP' CHORUS. GIRLS CRY,
AND IT COSTS
Ed. Miller Obeys Request of
' Patrons to Extent of 40
Miles an Hour
An automobile load of chorus girls
squealing Joyfully to -speed er up"
was the cause of the arrest of Ed
Miller, proprietor of the Miller garage,
at midnight last night, and he waa
fined $10 and costs this morning by
Judge Monsarrat for speeding along
King street at a 40-mlle clip. i
Aiuier was returning from SchofJeld 1
Barracks when arrested, and had an
m tnmlt'l. r A tA with tnamhara tf tt
at a local theater. In front of him in
another car was Albert Bowers, one
of Miller's chauffeurs, who was also
driving a bevy of chorus girls, mem-,
bers of the same company, which had '
- ' t i,v
U4 wmer in we euiuue.
ii i . i .
Motorcycle Officer Abreu was at his.er car. wnicn is aiiegea to nave oeen.
residence on Kaili street. Kalihl, when 'on the wrong side of the road, wasj
.i - .., .ik .nivi itootf driven by L. Arao.
into two machines made its appear
ance, swirling along the road towards
Schofield Barracks, late in the after
noon. . Knowing that the speeders
would be back in the evening, he took
up his stand at the side of the road
with his motorcycle ready.
Abreu Nails MiileK
Shortly after midnight the machines
came humming along the road and
Abreu waited until they , passed at a
40-mlle rate, when he Jumped on his
motorcycle and gave , chase. . Abreu
was directly, behind Miller's machine,
and after racing ;., behind Miller for
nearly a mile, he. caught up with him
in front of the Kamehameha Schools
Preliminary round A. L. Andrews
beat; E. A. Jones, 4-6, 6-3, 8-6; M. M.
Graham beat B. Ton;DammJ by de
fault'? : Kh ;;: -V 1? t'r k
First round 'Andrews beat Graham,!
6-2, Y-5 ; Andrews beat C. H. Olson, by
jiacintyre Deai rTea juy
Promotion governed" the election of
officers of the f: Honolulu Stock ; and
Pond : Exchange aiv the, annual ; meet
ing toaay; the retli lug vice-president
succeeding to; tne cnair anq me re
tiring secretary to the vice-presidency.
The new officers are as follows: ; ;
"William -Simpson," president
? "R. HV Txent-'vteepresldeht': ;
- w. r. i(om, secreiaxy. - s -v.
Trent .Trust Co treasurer succeed
ing Hawaiian Trust Co. .
'A: record it year's . business' was re
ported , by the retiring president Al
bert F, Afong, his " valedictory : letter
being as follows:- :v"w-;;v;,::v;v ";
The President's Report- .
..V' Honolulu, T. H August 1, 1912. :
' : To the -Members of the Honolulu
' Stock' and Bond Exchange:
Gentlemen : 1 present herewith
myireport for the year ending Au
gust 1, 1912. The year Just closed
' has been' one' of the most success
ful ' UT the 4 history of this Ex-
: : change.'.; We have held teventeen5
'? executive' sessions. r There ' has
'been one change, made in bur enn-
stitution; viz; the amendment tff
article VIII, regulating, the appll
" cation of members. - - , ; : ; V
f During the year we; have, lost
three of the charter, toemhers ;of
; this Exchange; Mr. Armitage and
Mr. Brown- retiring from , active
,:' brokerage husiness, and the third
' through the death of the late Mr.
'James F. Morgan.'.-
We have added to our calling
list during the year, Hawaiian
I Territoxal ; 4 per cent bonds and.
Natomas Consolidated of Calif or
nla 6 per cent bonds repreientlng
r issues of $13,000,000. In the early
I part of the year the bond issues
of the Hawaiian' Irrigation Con
pany and the Hamakua Ditch
; : Company were taken off our call
ing list hut I am pleased now to
report' that these companies have
made application ' to again have
their bonds placed on the, list' I
take this opportunity of urglT
that the listing committee for tuj
coming year continue to endeavor
to procure-the listing of those in
dustrial stocksr wich we often
have occasion to handle:
- The Exchange has been fortun
ate In obtaining from, the Haw'
lan Sugar Planters'; Association
the cabled sugar .quotations and
also in receiving from Messrs.
Alexander & Baldwin, . Lt(L, from
time to time, the shareholders'
list? of its various plantationr.
Keeping - in mind the desire of
the Exchange to secure quarters
on the ground floor, for the rea-
KAKOA TEKiUIS-FIRST ROUND
and placed him under arrest Bowers
was not arrested, as he was concealed
by Miller's car and his time could not
Miller pleaded guilty when arraign
ed before Judge Monsarrat this morn
ing and was fined $10 and costs.
Judge Monsarrat declared that the
light fine imposed was due to the fact
that the circumstances of the case
had not been explained to him and
that the motorcycle officer failed to
appear in court to state his case.
Colonel W. E. Wilder of Schofield
Barracks narrowly escaped injury in
an automobile accident at Kaipapa
automobile in which he was riding
collided with an automobile fuft of
soldiers and women speeding along
the road towards Honolulu.
The car in which Wilder was rid-
ncr ifl thA nmnortv nf nenrr -WH-
t nnn vu nnvpn nv Kinawa i np nrn -
, 7 . r .
In discussing the accident, George
MI want to straighten out the much
Jumbled account of the accident as it
appeared in a morning paper.
fA. A. Wilder was not in my car.
The only persons in my car were CoL
W. E. Wilder, commander at Leilehua,
and my chauffeur, who was driving the
car. At Kaipapa gulch a car dr.en
by a Japanese chauffeur came speed
in? townwards, and on the wrong side
of the road. My car was goin to
leilehua. As my chauffeur-could not
turn out there was a collision, in
which my car suffered some."
ser, 6-0, 6-4; L. J. Warren beat W. S.
Bowen, 6-4, 7-5; R. B. RIetow beat W.
T. Schmidt, 6-3, 7-5; Ernest Ross beat
W. A. Greenwell, 6-4; 6-4 ; W. H. GoeU
beat L H. Beadle, 8-6, 6-4 ;-; B. F. BeSrd
more beat Dr. Baldwin, by default; C.
; R; Hemenway. beat G. Irwine by de-
. son that they may be more easily
accessible : to the public, and be
lieving that the lchange should :
" be of some assistance rto other
commercial organisations for the
; purpose of inquiring into the fea
ibilit of securihg a Dulldlng.
are aware of tne progress m? e
up to the present time.' This Ex-
change has expressed Its wn?-
ness to subscribe liberally- .In
the f orm of rental, and, . though v
no .definite ' plans have as ; yet ;
developed, it IS - hoped that th
enterprise can ve eventually car
ried out ' v' :; v ' ''.f .
I; attach av table showing r the
recorded sales of stocks and
bonds for the year ending Aunst
1. 1912. The total cash valu of .
the recorded business Just 'dou
bles that of the yeat ending Au
gust; 1911.: and exceeds our larg-V
est previous, year, 1910, by a little
over one million and a quarter dol
lars. The toUl sales for the year
1910 amounted; to $10,128,339.24,
while this year's recorded ; tran
sactions amount to $11,380,714.69. r
January, v February ; and March
were our. largest4 months: Febm
572t ' As usual trading in Oohu
Sugar was reaviest ; 50,719 shares
sold for $1,729. 435. 42. Hawaiian
commercial is second in the r
4 amount of trading, with Walalua
a cl08A third. In bond transac
tions Olaa heads the list with -saler
amounting to $1,003,930; Mc
Bryde follows with $572,697.50.
The prespect is that the 1913
sugar crop wHl equal that of this
year and, should it market at a
fair average price, I see no" reason
why the - trading for the coming
year should not at least equal that
of the year just past
ALBERT F. AONG.
FORTY SUCCESSFUL YEARS.
For, almost forty years Chamber
lain's Colic . Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy has been curing cramps in and controlled by tne leaders of his
the stomach and bowels, dysentery, party, and his greatest claim for ad
and diarrhoea and has never been miration is the fight he made against
known to fail to give relief even in the . these very interests,
most severe and daneerous cases. You I "Hawaii has nothing to fear from
i can make no better provision for the
safety of your family than to keep a
bottle of this remedy ever at hand.
For .sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co.. agents for Hawaii.
The harbor is well nigh deserted of
small coasting steamers with the fina. "We go even further than that," re
settlement of the masters and mates plied Senator Sorghum. "Sometimes
Says Taft Is to Blame for the
"My sympathy goes cut toward Gov
ernor Frcar, as I take it that he has
had to do the best he could while in
ignorance of what the next day will
bring forth." Former Governor Geo.
: R. Carter
Chairman George R. Carter of the
Progressives' provisional committee
fck A. 1 11 j M . .
"er aa w ba'a lew monins
i - - ... v jwi t i
ni Vr vmiM h a tA mi
- ; n T VvrTr
wy lor awau s executive in hispres-
Mr. Carter sees in the fact that Gov
ernor Frear has not yet been either
reappointed or not reappointed an evi
dence that President Taft is not serv
ing the best interests of Hawaii.
Chairman Carter was asked this
morning to explain what the Progress-.:
Ives mean in the resolutions of rati
fication passed last Saturday by the
("We ask and court a comparison of
tlie record of President Roosevelt to
ward Kiwaii with that of President
Taft and Hawaii." -
In reply, Mr. Carter took the pres-l
ent gubernatorial situation as an ii-!
"It was the duty of the President" I
he said, "to appoint a Governor on the '
eighteenth of last December. My
sympathy goes out toward Governor
Frear, as I take it that he has had to
do the best he could while in ignor-i
ance of what the next day, will bring
, "One of the reasons that he has had
difficulty in getting mta to i serve is
due ,to : the uncertainty bf the (future,
n A gentleman told methe other day
that ' if he wanted to do any" "husiness
with the Department of Public Works
that he had to telephone to the Hono
lulu Iron Works. He couldn't find the
Superintendent pf .Public Works at his
department office. Tills is a commen
tary on the situaon. Who's to blame?
I take it nobody but the man in the
Referring to Mr. Roosevelt's record.
the ex-Governor said: -
Roosevelt came in right after Mc-
Kinley; He found .Governor Dole in
difficulties with the Hawaiians or the
Hawaiians in difficulties with Dole.
McKlnley had been founded by all
sorts of petitions and kicks, and they
were , transferred tQoosevelt.; He
took the stand., thatt Hawaii must be
developed r along American lines, and
the impressjon : was that he took this
stand at the sacrifice of the work, that
had: been done to ; build v up Hawaii
through sugar. and for a time it look
ed as if his administration were going
to insist - upon the cutting off of all
labor, ; and that to carry: out such a
plan it . might be necessary to 'go
through economic reorganizati on, to
build up some other industry along
different lines. 'But after he had
studied the situation further, he be
came convinced that the men , here
were honestly working along lines he
had laid down as essential traditional
American lines. When he found this
out, he gave it out that he had no idea
of tearing down to build up, and would
back us up. From that time on he
left us alone and used his best en
deavors to help us with appointments
and , financial matters, and we recog
nized the efforts being made by him
wherever he could. - . -"
"More nrocre8s was made in the di
rection of building up a middle class!
in Roosevelt's tenure of office than!
during the last four .years. . During
t&ls'iast four years the feeling has
seemed to prevail that we are pretty
Lwell off as we are.. There is more
apathy now. i ,
-During Roosevelt's administration
there was in Hawaii an increase in the
employment of citizens in skilled la
bor positions, which is not now being
pushed as it was under Roosevelt
"In supporting a presidential can
didate and voting for him, people
mustn't forget the platform and "the
party with all its traditions behind the
platform. Cleveland illustrates this
point a splendid, strong man but un
able to accomplish much, hampered
four years more of Roosevelt in the
White House; that is, if we can judge
Dy tne past.
"I suppose you have to close our
eyes to some things while you are in
we go fast asleep.
A Leading Special for Tuesday :
Summer and Fall Goods
r 1 N't;- -
0 ' C7jf ... 7 p W mm
Crcczi cf TctCzj i
- The machine that has come
, to mean a saving to the busl
: ness .man In time and mate-.
V rials.' ; '
Its simple yet effective, con-;
; struction, perfect alignment and
quick recovery insure perfect
; results. 1 ''''" v " " :r" '
Let us show you one of our:
Hawaiian News ; Co.
Limited ' ' .
: Young Budding
Service is -Always Good at the
Union Barber. Shop, ;
Cunha's Alley, Next Union
Grill, on King Street - '
ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF LOOTING SAVINGS BANK
Officials at the naval station have
arrested W. Gagndn, . a , hospital ap
prentice of the navy,'; oh a charge of
stealing: thirty dollars from a hospital
steward. 'The money,' 'which was all
In dimes and -nickels, was taken from
a small savings : bank where it had
teen , put - for sae keeping - by the
owner. The handfuls of small change
which Gagnon scattered about so pro
fusely; among his : fellowsr led to his
arrest " ; si . ' - :v 'H :;'- i T
comes direct from FresnbV-California
cotton and other seed oil adulterants. . .Buy your Olive "Oil where you can
learn what is in the bottlel , 1 - '
We Guarantee the Purity of Puriia
Small Bottles, 6oc; . Large Bottles; i.oo ' J .
Half Gallons, $2.00 ; , Gallons, $3.o ' J
Sold only at our store
Benson, Smith &Go.lJ:d
"I see you're still in mourning, j "Do you think Miss Chatters Is an
though your husband has been dead 'entertaining talker?"
these three years." j "Ob, my, yes. She can entertain
"Yes, In the first place I can never' herself for hours at a time."
forget him, and then my fiance likes "
me better in black." An old bachelor says it takes more
s 1 v than a porous plaster to relieve the
For news and the truth a bo at It, all pain generated by observing a 200
people buy the Star-Bulletin. poung girl trying to act cute.
I."'. - - - - - - -
I 1 1 1 l,V ' Julias
Cor. Fort and Hotel S ta.
Geo. H. Paris
,;r . IMITATION TYPE'iTRITER WORK-
Letters; Circulars Notices, Bullo tins; Hp
ports, Anhbuncemehts etc. 1 " ' . '
! . 1; - ''.'.. GEO. S. . IKEDA. '
78"Merchant Street..- - Tolophcno 23CD
You Buy Your
wc have cz-
tabli-ihcd a. ; hih
standard in t 'the
merchandise s ve
handle so have vc
established a stan
dard fin store ser
vice. That stan
dard we sincerely
believe in . 7c
keep pur merchan
dise on " a ' hih
plane, ; aiming to
ive our customers
the best that the
market ; producer
for the 1 c a s t
money. We r.:!::
a special effort in
diir clothing de
partment, - a n c
wlten : a garment
leaves our ctcre it
is faultier j, and fit:
equal to the fine::
clothes. : !
She I shall never marry, a nan
who can't play polo. -
He Very well, I'll learn t ride.
But suppose I break, my neck?
i She Oh, there are always survl-
For new and the truth about It.
all people buy the StarHollf tlx