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HONOLULU STAIBDLLEl IX, FRIDAY, AUG. 16, 1912.
IVirfa LOCAL AND GENERAL
At 20 per cent Off Regular Price
To Close Out Odd Lines
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Invaluable in rainy or vet places.
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Cor. King and Fort Sts.
Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes ,
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Stock and Bond Brokers
I. 0. Box 528
j-f- ,83 MEKCHAST JJTUEET
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Friday, August 16.
NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric. Co
I law. Com. & t ug. Co
Hawaiian Susar Co.
j flqnomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
, Haiku Sugar Co.
j Hntcbinscn Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kekaha Sugar Co
Ko!oa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co.
Qnomea Sugar Co.
Claa Sugar Co Ltd.
Paatihau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Paia Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sngar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co :
Walalua Agrl. Co. ......
Wailnku Suw Co. . .
Walmanalo Sugar'Co. . . .
Waimea Sugat Mill Co.
Inter-Islan.d Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co
Hos. R. T. & JL. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L Co.. Cora. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu R & L. Co.
HUo R. R. Co PfL
tlilo R. R. Co., Com.
Hon.B. &M. Co. ....... .
Haw. Irrgtn..Co.i 6a
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.C., pd. up.
t'anang Rub. Co. .......
Hon. B. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw. Ten 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter. i Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter, 3
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ret Co. 6
Hon. i Gas. Co., Ltd. Bs .
llaw. Com. & fiug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R. Ca, Issue 1901 .
Hllo R. R. Co., Con. 6 . . .
Honokaa Sugar Co , 6 . .
Kauai Ry. Ca 6s. .....
Kohaia Ditch Co. s . , . . . .
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
101 14 .
Mutual Tel. 6 ......... .
Oahu Sugar Co. 5 ..... .
Claa Sugar Co. 6
Pac Sug-Mill Co. s .. . .
Floneer Mill Ca 6
Walalua Agric Ou. 5 . . .
Natomas Con; $8 . .
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6....
Between Boards 115 Oahii 28,- 20
Oahu 28, 90 Oahu 27, 5 Oahu 27,
115 Onomea 57T. 25 Walalua 126, 65
Pineapple 43, 200 H. C. S. Co. 44, 50
11 C. S. Co. 44, 150H. C. S. Co. 44,
200 Brewery 21,. 10 Brewery 21, 10
Brewery 21, 100 Paauhau 23V, 10
McBryde 6, 4000 Olaa 6 77,
4000 Hilo Ex. 94, 35 Haw. Sug. Co.
Session Sales 5 Oahu 27, 10
Oahu 27, 20 Pineapple 43 Vi, 9 Pio
neer 84, 15 O. R. & LCo. 140.
Latest sugar quotation: 4.05 cents,
or $81 per ton.
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Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AD MEKCHAKT STREETS
Telf phone 1208.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
P. O. Box 683 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu. Stock and Bond
STOCK AJfD B0D BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stangcnirald Bldg 103 Merchant St
J. f. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
857 KAAHUMANU STREET
"Wombat had five daughters.. The
week after the last one married off,
the first one got a divorce and came
back to him."
"Well, did he start in again?"
"Yes; he's on his third time around
"1 believe that fellow was swindling
me 1 gave a subscription to."
"What did he say?"
"Said he was collecting to equip a
football team for the Electoral Col
lege. Where's that?"
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business
For a hack ring up 2307. ..
Elegantly furnished' room with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
The Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall,' Nichols Co Ltd:
Carl Seibert has been appointed
postmaster at the fourth-class office
Wanted Two more passengers for
aronnd-the-island at $6. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take it tp Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Qiieen St.
Waiwaiole Maihui was yesterday
fined twenty dollars by Judge Mon
sarrat for assaulting Emma Wood.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, Dentist, has
resumed practice at his offices, 1141
Alakea St. Office hourse, 9 to 4.
Prof. L. A. De Graca, Teacher of
Violin, Mandolin. Banjo and Guitar.
Studio, 175 Beretania; Phone 3643.
The WaterhouEe Company has
bought the former Emmeluth store Mn
Nuuanu street, close to Merchant, for
Samuel Parker, Jr., has bought from
hi3 father. Col. Sam Parker, a half
interest in Humuula sheep ranch for
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Bring 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar and get a complete Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Beretania and Fort streets.
For beating his wife Norman Fraser,
was given the rest-cure on the reef
for thirty days. He was also fined fa
for using profane 'language.
A Rnecial meetine of Oceanic Lodce
No. 371, F. & A. M., will be held at
Masonic Temple this evening at 7:30.
o'clock for the purpose of conferring ,
the first degree.
. The regular meeting of the members
of the Hawaii Promotion Committee .
will be held at the rooms of the mer
chants' association. Young hotel build
ing this afternoon. . j
Judge Whitney yesterday gave Judg- J
ment in the sum of $985.32 in favor of j
W. O. Smith and others, trustees of .
the Llliuokalani Trust, ' who brought
suit against. Hee Fat for rentals.
-There wiir be a special meeting of:
the Outrigger Canoe Club at, the rooms
of the Public Service Association at 1
o'clock Saturday, Aug. 17th, to. consid
er plans , to take 'care of the ' women j
of the families of the members of the
Outrigger Club.; A propoMUdn will be
submitted, and it is expected that defi-.
nite action will be taken looking for-
ward to the carrying out of the work.
Three officers stationed at Schofield
Barracks have been : detailed for the
year's course, at the Mounted" Service
School, Fort Riley, Kansas, and will
proceed to the coast on the September
transport. They are First 'Lieutenant
Harold S. Naylor, First, Field Artil
1 ery : Fi rst Lieutenant . CA W." Stewart
and Second Lieutenant, Sloan Doak.l
ruin uavairy. -
- Elizabeth Gomes, who"; recently ob
tained' adfvbrce" decree; yesterday fl!4
ed a motion In circuit curt asking
that the decree be modified to give her
the custody of the son an that John
Gomes, the former husbanjl, be com
pelled to pay. her $10 a month for the
child's maintenance. She 'alleges the
boy is the victim of crue) treatment
and is not receiving proper care.
F0h THE STOMACH
Here's an Offer Yon Should ot
, Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy
stomach troubles by aiding nature to
supply the elements the absence of
which in the gastric juices causes in
digestion and dyspepsia. They aid the
stomach to digest food and to quickly
convert it into rich red blood and ma
terial necessary for overcoming nat
ural body waste. ,
Carry a package of Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets in your vest pocket, or
keep them in your room. Take one
after each heavy meal and prove our
assertion that indigestion will not
We know what Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are and what they will do. We
guarantee them to relieve indigestion
and dyspepsia. If they fall we will re
fund your money. Three sizes: 25
cents, 50 cents, and $1.00. Remember,
you can obtain Rexall Remedies only
at our store The Rexall Store. Ben
son, Smith & Co.,. Ltd., Fort and Ho
IN THE EAST
Not for many years has the labor
situation in the Lake Superior copper
district been as actue as it is at pres
ent During the lest few years the
low price of copper led to the curtail
nent of many mining and exploring
operations, with the result that men
were thrown out of employment and
forced to teek other fields.. They left
the country and probably some of
them found work on the iron ranges
in Michigan and Minnesota. Now that
copper has advanced in price and the
companies have found it desirable to
increase the scale of operations, they
are confronted with the difficulty of
securing tne quantity and quality of J
labor that they wish. Iron-mining op- 1
erations are demanding all the labor .
that can been found and copper rain-1
int elsewhere js equally in need. This
situation is causing tome embarrass
ment to several of the companies
which would like to increase their
production and is compartively new to
the district, where labor has always
been plentiful and fairly cheap. En
gineering and Mining Journal.
Representative Gardner of Massa
schusetts advocates federal licenses
Pirates have attacked a small islani
near Macao belonging to the Portu
guese. Secretary Fisher has a plan to allot
government coal land to cities.
Some men work awfully hard try-.
; ing to land a workless job.
But a bird in the hand fails to catch
I the early worm.
F vou like
11 dignity and distinction ; clothes that! give
CoprHglK Hut. SchaAef ft Mux
Elks' BIdg. "The Store for.Gftod Gloth St
IN SAN FRANCISCO
.AN . FRANCISCO. August 9 Fol
lowing are the closing quotations for
the Hawaiian securities on the stock
and bond exchange today t
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Haw, C- & S. 44 45
Haw. C. & S. 5s .' 103 104 ,
Haw. Sugar Co. -. 42 .....
Honokaa S. C 10V4 11
Hutchinson S. P. Co. ..... 22 ......
Hon. R. T. & L. Co. 6s... 105 .....
Kilauea S. C. ..... 17
Onomea S. C. 58 60
Paauhau S. C 23
Union S. go. 32 32'
Sales: August 7 Z5 onomea,
56.50; 25 do., 56.75; $4000 H. C. & S.
Co. 5s, 103.50; August 875 H. C &
S., 44.50; 25 Hutchinson, 22; August
40 Hutchinson, 22.125; 16o Ono
THE COFFEE MARKET
NEW YORK, August The mar
ket opened steady at a decline of 5
to 9, but toward midday rallied, with
some evidence of supporting orders.
The demand for spot coffee Is quiet.
Warehouse deliveries are in excess of
last year, and the total deliveries for
the past two or three weeks have
shown a gain. On the other hand,
the deliveries early in July were very
light. The closing quotations today
are as follows:
December 12.97 12.98
January 13.00 13.02
March 13,03 13.04
May 13.07 13.08
July 15.04 13.05
SAN FRANCISCO, August 9 Ha
waiian Fancy, nominal 19 and 19 c;
good, nominal, 18 and 18c; fair,
nominal, 17 and 18 c; Peaberry,
nominal, 18 and 18c; low grades,
nominal, 15c and 16c.
Once there was a braggart who
boasted that be feared neither God
nor man; but as a matter of course
his wife was a woman.
A man may occasionally have the
last word, but with a woman there
He is a poor chauffeur who doesn't
know what he is driving at. ;
Now is the
L. B. KERR & COMPANY,.
Pantheon Block, 84 Hotel St.
a man a well-dressed look
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care this illustration
Hart Schaffner & Marx
made this suit for us; a three
button. sack suit, with medi
um lapel, with high cut
waistcoat; almost a straight
front, the , corners; ,sliehtly
We'll show you ?a suit like it at
$ 20, and more. We' 1 1 V sh v w yo u
two-button models English models
with snug shoulders; we'll shovV tHerh
in a great variety if fancy weaves,' or
plain blue serges 'M
AUTO JBU8VAND? UNIFORM ED;
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REAL ENJOYMENT OF TRAVEL IS IMPOSSIBLE WITHOUT
REAL COMFORT. -THE ADVANCEO;8ERVICE SYSTEM OF THE.
ST. FRANCIS MEANS ECONOMY-TO THE GUEST AS WELL A3
TO THE HOTEL. "' "--
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.oo UP
UNDER s THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES. VY00D3 ;
CRICKET MATCH TOMORROW.
Tomorrow at the Makiki Oval, Kai
muki District will try conclusions
against the Honolulu Cricket Club.
All the players are in excellent form
at present and a good match should
result. Play will start punctually at
2:30 p. m. and the teams to be re
presented will be picked from the fol
lowing: Kalmuki District R. Anderson,
(captain), E. Anderson. T. A. Ander
son, C. rsborne. J. R. McLean, - J.
Fiddes, L. G. Blackman. A. Cart
wright, Winkley, Piiania, A. Nother.
Time Buy at
REPRE3ErTATIVE3 MECT ALL
STEAMERS ' :.
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' Honolulu Cricket Club -D. Collin
(captain), A. Marshall, Walker, L.
Wtthlngton. W. Dease, D. Wlthins
ton, ; Dr. Benz, J. Reardon; A. Max
well, P. Jopson, Brown; CJ P. Morse,
A. Balrd, A. R. Hatfield, J. Gardiner
J. Tucker, Bailey, Dunbar. ; ; V
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The designs of the new Russian ,
postage stamps to be issued next year
in commemoration of the. tricentenary
anniversary of the Romanoff dynasty
have been completed and placed In tho
bands of the crown printers.
City Engineer Manson of San Fran'
eifceo has resigned, f- '- Z - ' -v .
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