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WMamson & Buttotph LOCAL AND GENERAL
nOXOLBLU STAIMHJLLEl IN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1912. i
At 20 per cent. Off Regular Price
To Close Out Odd Lines
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Household Dept Cor. King and Port Sts.
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in Pint and " 1'2 Vint -Can Just
, The greatest leather preservative,
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For softening and preserving shoes, it has no equal, and by apply
ing to old or stiff leather, will restore flexibility.
Invaluable in. rainy or wet places.
1 AilMflDY MESSENGER BOY
LiUlMUK I PARCEL DELIVERY
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To Buy a Good
Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes
softener and water roofer known.
We know everybody and understand
the business. ,
Stock dnd Bond Brokers
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Honolulu StocK Exrnange
Saturday, August 1"
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Rrewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co. . .
Hawaiian Agric. Co. .
Haw. Cora. & tug. Co.
, Hawaiian Sugar Co. .
i Honomu Sugar Co . .
Ilonokaa Sugar Co
Haiku ugar C"
Hutcninscn Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co.
1 Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co.
Oahu Sugar Co,
Onomea Sugar Co
t Claa Sugar Co Ltd
! Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar MJ11 .
i Paia Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Waialua Agrio Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Sugat Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
I Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. rv. T. & L. Co.. Pref .
Hon. R. T. & L Co.. Cora.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu R. & L. Co
Hllo R. R. Co.. Pfd.,
Hilo R. R. Co., Com
Hon. B. & M. Co. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Oldk RC, pd. up.
Pahajog Rub." Co
Hon.iC. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw.Ter. 4 (FlraCl.) ..
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw.Ter. 4 V4
TIox Ton -
Cal. Beet Sug. Ref. Ca 6
Hon. Gas: Co., Ltd., 5s.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hijo R. ll. Co., Con. 6 . . .
Honokaa Sugai Co.; Q . .
, Hon. R. T. & L. Co. R ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohaia Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6
OahuR.&L. Co. 5 .....
Oahu SvsvCoTZX ...1
C!ai Sugat Co; 3$
Pac Sug. Mi II Co. 6s . . . .
rioaeerMni Co. 6
Walalua Agric Co. 5 . . .
Natomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6 . . ...
Sales Between Boards: 50 Onomea,
58;f50 Onomea, 08; 50 Onotnea, 58;
50 Olaa, 7; 20 Olaa, 7; 5 Olaa.,7; 10
OahUj 27 3-4; 5 Oahu, 27 3-4; 55 Oahu,
27,3-4; 70 Pineapple 431-4; 60 Pine
apple, 43 1-4; 25 Waialua, 126; 100 Mc
Bryde, 61-2; $10,000 Hilo Ex 6s 94
Session Sales 20 Ewa, 31 1-2; 5
Ewa, 311.2; 100 Pioneer, 34 1-4;3i)
Pioneer, 341-4; 5 Brewery, 21 1-8. '
- Latest sugar quotation: 4.05 cents,
or $81 per ton.
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Members' Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MEitCHAM STREETS
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 6S3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AXD BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stangenwald Bldg 102 Merchant St
: P. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
857 KAAHUMANU STREET
BULL MOOSE PREYS ON
SOFT, MUSHY THINGS
WASHINGTON, August 3 Repre
jentative Mondell of Wyoming intro
duced a hill today to appropriate
.c2!mW'i for the United States to pay
its share of the cost of exterminat
ing' the "predatory wild animals" on
tho forest reserves of the west.
"Are you alter the bull moose?" he
"No. the hull moose is not a wild
or predatory animal. He only preys
c.n soft, mushy things in his native
laid and we do not have such things
in our country," asnwered Mondell.
He explained that his bill was gun
lung for timber wolves, coyotes,
mountain lions and other wild crea--tnrea
that kill shep. . 1 l
For a hack ring up 2307.
Swell evening gowns at Whitney &
French underwear at Whitney &
Elegantly furnished rooms with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
The Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-island at $6. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
If you want a gool job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
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 extraordiiiary $3 sale of men's
shoes opens at the Manufacturers
Shoe Co.'s store Monday morning. See
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot-.
tied by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Bring 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar and get a comylete Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Beretania and Fort streets.
Many new hats of the latest vogue
have beep reoeived rejeently by Miss
Power and are being displayed at I er
millinery parlors in the Bostbn l-'ock.
By the "Sierra - Monday morning
we will receive a shipment of fresh
California "Primrose" pork sausages.
Henry . May & Co., Ltd. Telephone
The Chamber of Commerce of Ho
nolulu,Hawaii with 143 members has
now been elected to membership in
the Chamber of Canrroerce of the
United States of America.
, We will receive by the "Sierra".
Monday "morning a hipnent of fresh
California fruits and vegetables and
"Puritan" Creamery butter. Henry
May & Co., Ltd. Tel. 1271
Don't take any chances with your
carbon. A- bturred careen copy may
lose you many dollars. Use KeeLox,
the clear carbon ; paper, for sale bjr
A. B. Arleigh & Co., Ltd., Hotel near
Tau ka Hana i the soap that cleans
clothing and floors with less labor
than required by the use of any other
soap. All grocers sell it. IT you do
not get it 6n an order notify IFred. L,
Waldron, Ltd. f
The icelestf sodaT fountain and the
delicious, rinks seftfeo at it is attract
ing a great deal of attention at Ben
son, Smith f Co., Ltd., Fort ;and Hotel
streets. Everythlnfbout the .ar
rangement of he fountain is sanitary
and the flavor?, natural fruit, are pre
tMrs. Flora S. Cqhn, formerly Stella
Grey, with the Hughes Musical Com
edy company, was., granted an Interlo
cutory decree ot 'divorce in California
from Bertram Cobnalso a member, of J
ine tneatricai company, on August .1.
Cruelty was the grqunr alleged in the
complaint. Mrs. Cohn has returned to
her home. L
Jpse Dos Passos Rodrigues has filed
suit in the Circuit Court to collect a
death benefit of $1700 from the fco
cfedade Portugueza' de Santo 'BenefK
ciente, a benevoMBt society, "which
he1 claims as heneficiary of JoaD Au
gusto, Farla, who Kfied January 12,
1912. He asserts that despiteth$ so
ciety's rule to pay a fixed amount
following the .death of a member, to
anyone that member shall designate,
jt has, failed to recognize his claim.
English Doctor Points Out
the .Danger of Eating
LONDON, Aug. 2 D. Fegen, the
medical officer of the Croydon rural
district, in his annual report, states
hat he has given much attention to
water-cress beds, "as the typhoid ba
cillus almost invariably gains accesk
to the human body by the digestive
tract among other ways by the eat
ing of water-cress. The water supply
to these beds," he' says, "has from
time to time been bacteriologically ex
amined, with a view to ascertaining
the presence or otherwise of abnor
mal quantities of the bacillus coil. It
is possible that some cases of typhoid
fever have originated among the
workers in the water-cress beds, and
it is as well to point out that possible
infection may not Jbe actually derived
from the water supplying these beds,
which may or may not be sewage pol
luted, but where the beds are in the
vicinity of roads and footpaths it is j
possible that material may be washed j
therefrom into the beds themselves or
into the water supplying the beds." A
more important point is the possible
contamination of the beds oving to j
the habits of the workers on them, or j
of 'the Dersons Generally of the
hawker class who hang about the ;
beds while the water-cress is being
gathered for them to Jake away to i
bunch and sell in the poorer streets
of the locality or of London. If one
of these gatherers or hawkers is suf
fering from a mild or ambulatory at
tack of typhoid fever, it is extremely j
possible for him to contaminate the (
water supplying these beds through !
what may be deposited in the vicinity, i
It should be clearly understood that
it is extremely advisable that any per-
sons buying water-cress should not
only have some idea as to where it
was grpv.n and through whose hands
it may have passed, but should assure .
themselves before eating ir that it has
been thoroughly washed in running
The Chambers of CoVnmerce o'
many big cities have combined to
fight the control of nVial traffic
through railroad owned ships passing .
through the canal. The matter is be-J
In 03 rrl "l direct Ito Comgres., 1
F you like clothes that have
dignity and distinction; clothes thar give
a man a well-dressed look
Copyright Hart. 5chffner ft Matt
LOT o. 1.
2.10 PAIRS 3IE'S BLACK
Choice of Pat. Leather.
Vici Kid or Gun Metal. Lace
and Blucher styles. Crossetts,
Heyward Shoes and others.
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.
SALE TBI (K 3.00!
LOT o. 2.
ISO I'AIKS MEN'S TA
All these are shoes which we
have been selling for $4.00. $4.50
and $5.00, and some at $6.00, tut
they are short ends and they are
all bunched at one price
SALE PRICE $3.00!
It will be worth while to attend this sale promptly, as the first
buyers get the first pick.
Sale will continue ONE WEEK to August 25th
always, just notice with some
care this illustration
Hart Schaflfner & Marx
made this suit for us; a threc
button sack suit, with medi
um lapel, with high cut
waistcoat; almost a straight
front, the. corners slightly
We'll shpvv you a suit like it at
$20, and more, WeMl sKqw you
two-button models,' English models
with snug shoulders; we'll
in a great variety o( fancweavesi !6r
plain blue serges. '--v Rf ; -mrr.
August 19 th
We will have on sale
about 900 pairs of short
lines of Men's Fine Shoes
at extraordinary reduc
tions of such well known
makes as Strong & Gar
field, Crossetts, Heywards,
' Rice & Hutchins and oth
er well known makes.
The styles are correct In
every way. Oxfords,
Lacs and Blucher effects,
in single and double soles.
Ycu have a choice of Pat
ents, Vici Kid, Gun Met
al and Tan Russia. There
are all sizes and widths
in the entire lot but not
always of each individual
style. However, there is
a large variety of styles
and toe shapes to choose
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LOT Xo. &
150 PAIRS OF PATEST
Made of ' Patent ' Kid " ' and
Pat. Colt, both high and low
cuts. Such makes as ' Rice &
Hutchins, Crossetts. These were
all $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 shoes.
SALE PRICE $3LQ0t
LOT Xo. 4.
450 PAIRS OP EXS LOW v
Made up of the odds and ends
o(thft-best Celling, styles of. the ;
season- They "are represented
by all the known leathers .and
toe shapes. These are all high
er values '.which have beea re
duced to 3.00. ' We need ' thev.
room for new ' purchases , and
want to clean these up hurried-