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Stock and Bond Brokers
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; S3 2EEBCHAXT STBEET
tlpnolulu Stocli Excdange
f Thursday, August 29.
NAME OP 8T0CK. Bid. Asked.
- MERCANTILE. .
C. Brewer Co. .
Ewa Plantation Co, ......
Hawaiian Agric Co. . . . . .
Haw. Com. & ttvg. Co. . . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
' Honomu Sugar Co ......
nonokaa Sugar Ca ......
Haiku Sugar Ca -. t. i . . .
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plant lion Co. . . .
Kekaha Sugar Ca ...... .
Koloa Sugar Co. ........ .
, McBryde Sugar Co. . ... . .'
Oaha Sugar Co. .... . . .
Onomea Sugar Co. .
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. .....
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Ca . . .
Pepeekeo Sugar Ca .....
Plcnccr Mill Co. ..... . , . :
Wdalua AgrJc Co. .....;
Wallnku Sukr Co. j
Wslmanalo Sugar Co. -
Valmea Sugar Mill Ca . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Ca '
Hawaiian Electric Co;.;.
Hoi. JL T. & L, Co.. Pref,?
Hon. R.T. & L, Co.. Com. ;
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
O ia R..&L. Co. ........
UiloR. R.Ca, Pfd.,;....
Hilo It. R. Co.. Com. ....
Hon. B. & M. Co. 7, i , . .
Haw. Irrgtn. Ca.is .r...
. Hawaiian Pineapple Ca
Tanjong Olok ItC pd. np.'
Pahang Rub. Co. ,.-.t..
Hon. B, & M. Co. Asa...
- '.BONDS. - !
Haw.Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw.Ter. 4 .. ..
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw.Ter. 4 .........
Haw. Ter. 4H
Haw. Ter. .........
Gal. 'Beet Eug. Ret Co. 6
Hon. . Gas. Co., Ltd., hi. '
Haw. Com. & Bus. Co. 5
Hilo H.R, Co., Issue 1801.
Hllo R. R. Co., Con. 6 u.
Hoackaa Sugar Ca, 6
Hon, R. T. & L. Co. 6 ...
Kt:ll By. Co: 6s. .......
Kctsia Ultcfc Ca Cs ......
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s
ritual Tel. !......,
Os.au R. & l Co. 6
OahuSsgarCa 5 ,
Claa Sujar Co. C .
Pac Sug. Mill CO. 6s , . .
rioneer Mill Co. .
sWaialua Agric Ca 6 . .
Natamas Ccn. 6s..'.....:
Hawn. Irrigation Co. t
. 1 .
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i: SALES, : , ' r-'
' Between Boards -100 - Pineapple
44 U 10- Olaa 10 -Oahn 21, i
Oahu 27, 21 Oahu 27, 10 Onomea
59; 90 Brwery 21.: 13,O0O.. Haw.
! Irrigation Cs 101, 3000 Olaa 6a 97 W.
" Session Sales -100 'Olaa 7. ,10 Pine
apple '44, 8 Pineapple 44 H. . .
; . Latest sugar quotation, 4.235 . cents
or. fs.70 per ton.
SuJht 453 5 cts
mm w w
ecbcrt XloB;rnitt rSl and Bend
5 r utd uziicnAikT sxiieets
, llwy uma to:,
. rocK AMD COMtP CR0KCR3
' - Phon. 2131
uowolu : vJStock and -Bond
Sr0CK -ffiD BOND BKOKEBS
-"fe&W" Stoek -..f Bind
iV-V"" ru ,
u3T05K; BROKERS -
has rition Furnished and Loam
ievert : ; ; Made --J'
Is' tjtf rfBno. 7-
"of .wh5RGAlNl ' BARGAINS!
ritf i.v'1 e ff 83 n Bs'ed anJ unlisted secu-
-.' he-1 aU kmds.v HilalffO,.LA Zaca
, ?r what ber; purlsslma HUls ba stock;
it that mfw. E, LOGAN & CO. t . .
and anotnff , Bacon Bleck( Oakland CaL
, and anothCMHHMHMHaMMMHaBMMMW
man an ai : " t-t
rpach of l Estate? Investment!
w eighing I
Merchant SL '- Phone 3593
I HOW IS I '
1 Feel poorly most of the time
stomach . bad appetite poor ell
rundown? You should try
at once. It has helped thousands
who suffered from
SOU R STOMACH
I N 0 IGESTION DYSPEPSIA
A MALARIAL DISORDERS ;
and will aid you, too.
' For 'sale by Beueon. Smith & Co
L-td., Chamberf Drug Co., Ltd., Hllo
Drug Co. and at all. wholesale liquor
LATEST FEVS .
SAN FBANCISCO, Cal.; Aug." '19.
Warren D, Smith of Manila, chief of
the United States Division of , Mines
and Bureau Of Science. Is visiting the
oil fields of California for the pur
pose of familiarizing himself with the
industry and ? also of gathering , facts
to be applied to the Philippines.where
oil has, been found. : . v
- He Bays that' Cebu island, Leyete
Island and v the Ta'yabas peninsula
have oil indications. Tn 1896, the year
before the insurrection; an , ' English
company sank a well In Cebu for 1000
feet and found oil in sufficient 'quan
tities to pump it The "oil was said
to be of 35 gravity. The insurrection
of Aguinaldo caused all operations to
be suspended. . - ' ' -Uk' !
Oil seeps have-been found In many
Dther places ; on r the islands.: . Mr.
Smith says the geological formations
are similar to those of the California
fields and unlike those of the eastern
and midcontlnent fields. . He says
that several barrels of oil per day
were pumped from a 160-foorVellon
Tayahas. the quality being. is fine. as
that of Cebu1. v Many clalma have been
staked but by Americans and it Is ex
pected that development will be push
ed '.- at an'- early1;, date. -v": .y.-V-;
Mr. Smith ; proposes ' to recommend
to the government that the and be
classified and that a board be formed
for this; purpose. None of the , land
has been withdrawn from, entry, r; He
wiirsall-tox' Manila from this city Ton
September 5th. r;- :: ' 'j :
Shipments to nawalC $z 'Z 9ii I?
t For ; the 'ejeven months ended May
31, -1912,7 shipments of petroleum from
the, ports of San Francisco and Los
Angeles to Hawalf were. I 538060
gallons, valued at $183,572 as against
47,959,470 gallons Valued ' at $1 ,424,240
in. the same period In 1911. The ship
ments were as follows: Crude 46,
151,550 gallons (1,098.846.43 barrels),
90843ri naphthas 1,448,098 v gallons,
$223814; Ulumihanto 1865,375,; $225,
243; lubricants '494,356 gallons, $153,.
554. During the same period in 1911
the" shipments were . a follows:
Crude . 44,793,100: ; gallons.- $90860,"
naphthas 943,648 gallons, $159,147; II-
Jitmlnants '1,449,644 gallons, $204,111;
lubricants 382,143, - $123,698. - v ,
Consolidated Not Bead. ; . -
A meeting of stockholders of he re
putedly defunct California Consollda
ted Oil Companyhaivheen -called' zi
Los Angeles for August 24th. ' There
are a. large number v of unpaid obliga
tions,, and among the leading creditors
is the estate of the late Admiral Rob
ley D. Evans, who' advanced the. com.
pany $2300. - The committee urges the
stockholders to accept the offer of
Timothy Spellacy to take tock In the
Mexican Imperial . . Petroleum - Com
pany. wereby it Is said that by an, ad
ditional small investment they may be
able to regain what they have lost' In
the California Consolidated.
Standard Gets Big WclL"
Last Monday th Standard Oil Com
pany brought in a gusher on section
36. 81-23, in North Midway. The flow
averaged from 6000 to 7000 barrels
dally, the output being mixed with
gas. The well was drilled to a depth
of 2400 feet The roaring of the gush
er can be heard for several miles.
Sump .holes are being hastily con.
etructed and pipe lines are being laid
to take care, of the product
STOCKS ON COAST.
SAN Z FRANCISCO, August 28
' . . -
nosing quotations on sugar stocks:
' ' Bid Asked
Haw.- Commercial ........ 43 ,
Hawaiian ; Sugar a 40 ....
Honokaa ; . ; C . . . . . . . 1011
Kilauea ....... : 17
Onomea 59 60
Paauhau 23 24
Union Sugar .. 32 32
LOVE BUILDING' CHANGES.'
jwtesldent Taft sent to the. senate the
Jtilnation of James M. Morton,- Jr.,
Se United States district judge , in.
fassachusetts to succeed Z. F. Dodge,
"emoted to the circuit bench." '
r The Love building Is" to be altered
bo as to make a store on the corner
of Fort and. Pauahl streets and some
stores fronting on Paiiahl, the latter
street not having been extended to
Fort street when the building was
erected. At present the stairway is
next the corner on Fort Street and
a brick wall from Pauahl Street in
contrast with the stone frdht on Fort
Street' y ?S:;:-v-Z:-'U-'ZjZ,--
I LOCAL ATiDGEWERAL !
"Hawaiian Night" waa celebrated
at the Stewart Hotel In San Francisco
with great eclat according' to artlclea
ap(aring in the San Francisco papers
of which the following from the Call
is an instance:7 ZZZ-
"It waa a glorious'Hawaiian celebration-
at the Stewart last' evening and
alohas, lets and poi made up the triple
entertainment Native songsters sang
the old eonga of Maui . to 300 visitors.
The women were decorated with gcV
en ringlets and the initiated and out
sider treated to a dlth of poL ',The,
house was filled to capacity, so even
the employes were able to participate
In the ; festivities without being dis
turbed with new business.-
. "Every hall In the hotel was needed,
to accommodate the revelers. They
vanned through the' lobby made
bi Ight with the red ' and gold of v the
Islands, they danced in the reception
halls and feasted in ' the dining room.
Many of the guests donned the white
linen and lawn of the Islands and ting
ing In chorus was generaL --Z4
Lawrence Dee w-as master of cere
monies. An old resident of the Islands,
he has,-lnce the.openlng.of the Stew
art been la charge of one of the.der
rartraents. and his friendship with the
travel of the . Pacific has made the
hotel one. of the centers of Hawaiian
hotpltality. He was assisted by. Dr.
Joseph L. Howard, the house -physician
of thfe hotel; .who marrlgd the
daughter of 'Alexander Young of .Ho
nolulu ; T Charles. McWayne, : Jamea
Cook, an attorney..' of the. Islands;
Lemuel ' Coke and Rot ert -W. Kobin-.
son. assistant manager of the hotel.
'"Mr., and Mrs. Robert; Lewers D.
Howard Hitchcock' and K Mrs. Hitch-:
cock. Carl Walters, Mrs. 8 C. Allen.
Dr. Frank Sawyer, C:Z. Hansen and
Judge W, J. Robinson of the circuit
ccort were some of the prominent per
fons; of the islands who mingled In
the ; festivities Zy- -Z-:'ZZ'-The
evening's fun began with a gen
et al assemtly ln the lobbyThe native
Hawaiian orchestra played and f san
the old songs and the guests, mingling
in. groups ? went back to the old days
and told of the old ties at home. ; .
. Many of the'younger set broke away
from the reception ahd,r Joining In the
hallroom, danced to the, syncopated
step the Hawaiian never knew. Supper
was seryedt"and many: Hawaiian deli
cacies were noted on the menu.'. Ha
waiian night is now a matter of cus
tom at the Stewart f It was first held
as a festival three years ago, and last,
night's, party, was the" biggest of its
history.". . rVJ , zzzr' -V:--
..For a hack irlng up 2307. -
. St Louis College 'will open for the
fall ; erm on Tuesday Sept 3.
Z Elegantly furnished rooms with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
Wanted- Two more passengers' for
around -the-Island at $5.00. - Lewis
Stables and Garage, h Tel 2141.
. If you want a'good Job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co. 4H Queen St.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, Dentist has ;
resumed practice ' at - his- off ices, ,1141
Alakea St . Office bourse, & to 4.
Prof. L. A. De Graca, Teacher of
Violin 'Mandolin, ' Banjo and Guitar.
Studio, 175 Beretania; Ph6ne 3643.
Pineapple soda, and Hire's Root Beer
-Excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2m.v v
Rulers Xliven Away.A nice 12-In.
Ruler given to all school children buy
ing their school books and supplies of
Wall; Nichols Cd, Ltd.
Bring 10 Green Stamps" and one dol
lar and get a complete Boy Scout suit
for . Tacatlon. ' Green-. Stamp Store,
Beretania and Fort streets. . j
"Mothers should Inspect the clothing
soid,by..M. jaclnerny,rLtdn:ror boys
and . youths. ? The quality Is above
standard and the style the very latest
from'-NewTork. , ,
Asserting : that although they were
only ' married last t year the husband
has failed.. to provide forher. and the ,
live montns' 010 cnud tor me last two
months, .Mrs.' May, Schoenlng yester
day filed In Circuit Court a petition
for diyorce. from CV ,M, Schoenlng. " , ,
': Allen '.Robinson, '.who ; on; August
24,, filed a -mechanics' lien against ; a
house ; constructed, r.on . the MakikI
tract for Mrs,1 Margaret Llshman, .for
11111.47, : alleged to--be due them t for
building materials uplied, v yester-
J day fifed a civil, suit to recoyer this
sum from. A., IL. Dondero... Mrai TJsh
man and Stella Peck. Dondero : Is
the ' contractor who bullt the .house
and Mrs.:i Peck purchased the , house
from Mrs. Lishman -a few. days after
It was finished. v ; Z' :Z V
" ' To settle the' question of. ownership
of a tract of land at, Kamakela, Oahu,
by. one suit instead .of six' or more
actions in court, -the Rt Rev. Libert
Boeynaems, - 'Bishop ,of - Zeugma and
Vicar Apostolic of Hawaii, has filed
in -. Circuit t Court an Action against Li.
Ah Leong to qnlet title. L.. Ah Leohg
8ome-time ago filed suits against the
Bishop and a? large number of Other
alleged owners" ' to ( sdeermlne Z the
same question? N6V - the Bishop" asks
for a restraining . order to check pros
ecution .: of the pter : suits ' untll the
new one, brought; by him Is settfed.
The land is estimated to' be worth
AAA V -
AVOID HARSH DRUGS
Hx . ' ''is T 'fyti
Hany Cathartics "Tend to . Canse In
vaj: to the -Bowels.? : MZ.
'Z If you are. subject : to "constipation,
you ; should avoid : strong drugs ana
cathartics. ; They only give temporary
relief and their ' reaction : is ? harmful
and ' sometimes more annoying than
constipation. .They in no way effect a
cure and their tendency is to weaken
the already weak organs Wi th ; which
they come In contact- fzZZ.Z
We honestly . believe that we . have
the- best -constipation 'treatment ever
detlsed.: Our faith in It is so strong
mat we seu 11 on we potiuve guar
antee that It shall not cost the user a
cent If. it does hot give entire. satis
faction and completely remedy consti
pation. This ? preparation is called
Rexall Orderlies. tThese are prompt,
soothing, and most effective in action.
They are made of a iTecent chemical
discovery.' , Their principal ingredient
Is odorless, ! tasteless; and colorless.
Combined -with other well-known In
gredients,' long; established .for their
usefulness In the treatment of . consti
pation, It fbras a tablet which is eat
en Just like candy. They may be tak
en at any 1 time, either day. or night
without' fear of their causing any In
convenience -whatever. -Z They do "not
gripe, purge, nor cause nausea. ; They
act without causing any pain or exces-
tive: looseness of the .bowels-? They
are Ideal .'for. children, weaa; aeiicate
persons, and aged people, as well as
for tle most hearty persbn. , ,
They come In three size packages.
12 tablets, 10 cents; 36 tablets, 25
cents ;.Sfi tablets, SO cents. Remember
you -can op win -them only at our
store The ' Rexall Store. Benson,
emith, & Co;,. Ltd., Fort and Hotel Sts.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for. Record August 28, 1912.
From 10:30 a. ni. to 4:30 p.,m.
Helen l5 Beamer to Peter C Beam- -er
. ... . ..... .... . . . ..... .D A
D Torres and wf toAmella R Mat-
Meie Haulani to J Alfred Magoon. .
Henry HIckey and wf et al to Mrs
Ruta K Kahoohalahala .. . .
Lauhlwa Keohuhu and hsb et al to
Kauha'ianae (w) . ; . . . . ,v.
Est.of Bernice P Bishop by tre to
Dalzo Sumlda .i
Daizo Sumlda and wf to Guardian
Trust Co Ltd .". . .
S M Damon to William Simpson..
WilJIam Simpson to Harriet M
Frank B McStocker, trf and wf to
Sabina K Hutchison ..... . ..... D
Yuen Chong to Ytien Yong .B S
Kalxnukl Land Co Ltd Ltd to John
John Kealoha and wf to J A Lyle M
Wong Fun (w) to Notice...... Notice
Robert T Van Deusen and wf to
Trent Trust Co Ltd ....... ...
Court of Land Registration.
Kelomika Awaawa and hsb to
Rose Hougbtailing . . . . ... ......
Rose Houghtailing and hsb to Ke
lomika Awaawa and hsb
'Entered for Record August 29, 1912.
; From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Manoel S Freitas and wf to San
Antonio Port Ben Soc of Hawaii M
Blanche C Walker by atty to Yin
Dr. Ray Leidlngham, son of the Rev.
Mr; Leldlngham, formerly; president of
the North ; Pacific i.Theologlcal . Semi:
nary. Is In Hdnolniny- Br. Leldlngham,
who - has made- quite a aame ; for him-1
self in the medieaT prof essloh on .the
mainland, is on his way to Korea on
the Manchuria,' to take charge of the
new Presbyterian hospital. : l
. Dr. Leldlngham has decided to de
vote the rest of his life to missionary
work, and wlli ' make r: an ; intensive
study of the language and cuBtoms of
the Koreans with the end in view of
being able to better understand thelr
needs : and -; solve various ' problems
which will be constantly coming up In
connection with his work. ; vji K r- .
, . He is. taking a ilarge . sum of money
with him, which is to be devoted - to
his wock, and he will remain In Korea
for an indefinite. ; period ef time. ' v -The
Presbyterian missionary and
physician arrived on the Manchuria
this jnorhlng'ahd" spent the day as the
guest Of W. Bowen. With Mr. Bo
wen, he made a trip through the city
and inspected the various social or
ganizations puch as the Kalnlani
School, Palama Settlement and the Y.
M. C. A. He commented very favor
.ably upon the Y. M. C. A. plant and
declared that it was one of the finest
that he had ever seen,
v Dr. : Leldlngham will leave on the
Manchuria this evening.
We yo attention ne7e3t
line of Clothing for Boy atten
- styles suited to the demands of ' the
has : stepped i from the knickerbocjier
. v, . .-V, -
i We he confidence in our judg
v ment,and b olieve an in3p ection by
tfie imthcra ox Honolulu boyd yill
i: confirmifc i The price3 are reason-
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BROKE WATER COOLER,
AND: MUST PAY PENALTY
When; Private Clarence M. Sadler
of the medical corps, a prisoner un
der guard xat Schofield Barracks,
t brew a '-, hammer at Private William
M. Schukerk of the same cdrps, on
May 10, Sadler had no Intention of
maliciously assaultidg Schukerk, he
says. A court martial accepted -his
plea on this point, but it. appears that
when he threw the hammer, the mis
sile hit a water cooler belonging to
the medical corps, which was valued
at $9.60, and for this he will suffer
condign punishment as ( he was un
able to plead other than guilty, when
the hammer and broken' pieces of
water cooler were introduced as evidence.:
The penalty for this misdeed of
Private Sadler is likely to be severe'
in view of the fact that he has five
previous convictions agamsi ms record.
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HANSMAN In Honolulu, August 27,
, Mary Enos, wife of J. FV Htnsman.
' Funeral services at' SUva's under
, taking parlors. Chaplain lane,: i at
half-past eight tomorrow (Friday)
morning. Interment at Walkapu.t
CHRISTOFFERSEN - In Honolulu,
August 28, 1912, to Mr. and Mrs. It.
T. Christoffersen, a son. : -
."''':: ' Established -
i --i The Cleaning and Pressing of Ladles' .C2rr.:t3 13 U" : : : t3 ;::
V sonal supervision of Mme. Jean Abadie. ,
" 777 K1NQ 8TREET JOHN ADAD1E. Prop. TCL'
Star.BoIIetln Ads. are Best Bnstness
tery and ,Drc '
KANSAS CITY, Ma, Aug. Ti nve(
million dollars to establish institu
tions for the benefit of its members,,'
were voted by the Loyal Order of
Moose, in sessioaJiere today. The in
stitutions will include a vocational .
and trade school for children, a home '
for aged and infirm members, and a
home for orphans or members of the
lodge, to be built on a tract of 1000 j
acres at Anderson, Ind. A general
sanatorium will be built in the west
and a tuberculosis sanatorium to be
...... ....BS erected in some city with suitable ell.
Yin Poy to Yin Chong