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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. THUR SDA YAUG. 29, 1912.
Stock and Bond Brokers
I'Lone JiS2 ! ; . ; F. O. Box 623
S3 2IERCIIA5T STREET
Honolulu StocK Excftange
,, x Thursday, .August 29. .
NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
' 7 MERCANTILE.
C. Brewer & Co. . . . . .
- Eva Plantation Co. ..... .
Hawaiian Agile. Co. .....
Haw. Com. & fcug. Co. ....
Hawattan Sugar Co. .....
Honomu Sugar Co, ......
Ilonokaa Sugar Co. . .. . . .
Haiku Sugar Ca .........
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahukn Plapt Hon Co. . . .
- Kekaha Sugar Co.".. . . . . .
Koloa Sugar Co. . ...
McBry do Sugar Co. , . v
Oahu Sugar Co. . . .;... . .
' Onomea Sugar Co.M....;
CJaa Sugar Co Ltd......
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill ........
Pa!a Plantation Co.
Pcpeekeo Sugar Co. .
Pioneer Mill Co. .........
Waialua Agric Co. . ... . .
Walluku Sow Co. . .. ...
Walmanalo Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugat Mill Co. ..
Inter-Island Steam Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oaba R, & L. Co. .
Ililo R. R. Co., Pfd.,,....
Hllo R. R. Co., Cora. i...
Hon. B. & M. Co. ..... .; V
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 6 .
Hawaiian Pineapple Col , '.
Tanjong OlolcR.ci, pd. np.
Pahang Rub. Co. . . . t , . .
Hon. B. & M. Co. Aaa...
BONDS.. v '
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) ; .
Haw. Ter.4 . ....... ..;
2 4 '
2!0 ? '
1 law. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
I Law. Ter. 4 .........;
Haw. Ter. 3V4
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ret Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 6a. .
I I aw. Com. & eug. Co. 5
Hl!oR.R.Ca. Issue 1901.
Ililo R.R. Co.", Con. 6 ...
llcnokaa Sugai Co.; 6
Hex LT.fcl. Co. 6.,
XkwUi Co Cs
I.ch!ii3 LltCii Cn Cs
I rcDryde Elisor Co. .
luteal Tel. Cs. .........
- O-au R. pi I CO. 6 .
Cihu Eur-r Co. 5
C!:.a us:arCo. Z , ......
V.'tlalua Arlo Co. S .
ICtociaa Coa. Cs....... .
Hawn. Irrigation Ca 6
, Haci'akua Ditch .6
107 ; .
. . GALES. ?rV:.v-;-
Between - -Boards 100 - Pineapple
10 Olaa C, 10-Oahu 27, 82
Oahu 27?4 25-Oahu 27,-10 Onomea
:3?;, 90 Brewery 21U. 13.000 Haw.
Irrigation 6s 101, 3000 Olaa 6s 97Ji- '
Session Sales loa Olaa 7, 10 Pine
Vppfe 44, 8 Pineapple 44H. . .
' Latest suar ; quotation 435 cents
or fS4.70 per ton.;' ,; -
mm trust co
L'cnters Bcnolalo Stock, and Bond
; ' v; Exclutnjcw' ;.-
FOET iOT ITEECnAKT STREETS
Harry Armitae Co.,
;-;. - Limit : ,
STOCK AND BOND DROKERS
p;a Co czi 1 ' Phon 2101
HONOLULU, HAWAII ;
ilember." Honolulu Stock . and ' Bond
' '"" "i-'
r:J STOCK. JLXp BOXD BBOEEBS -
STcnibers Uonolnla Stock and Bond
'r': : Exchange ; ' - '.'--
Stangenwald BldlOS Herclant St
J. P. Horgah Co., Ltd.
V.' VV: STOCK BROKERS
'Information' Furnished and Loans
r-;-vt - -.-.Vv,'Made."s' ,
;U B57 KAAHUMANU STREET
- Phone 1572 '
, We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds.,: Hidalgo,' La Zaca
tilpa ruober; Purissima Hills Oil stock;
Masscot Copper. : - . .
: W..E. LOGAN & CO,
Room 17 Oaeen Block, Oakland, Cat
Real Estate Investments
78 Merchant St; Phone 3593
President Taft sent to the senate the
Inatlon oV James M. Morton, Jr.,
;7Te United States district Judge ; in
: .i-cotts to succeed fF. Dodge,
' Ttc the clixrnit bench. -
E Feel poorly most of the time
stomach had appetite poor all
rundown? You should try
at once. " It baa helped thousands
who suffered from ';y
;- SOUR STOMACH
INDIGESTION ' DYSPEPSIA
MALARIAL DISORDERS V;
and will aid you. tou . .
r For sale b Beion, Smith 4k Co,l
Ltd Cuambera Drug Co., Ltd-Hilo
Drug Co. and at all .wholesale Hqvor,
SAN FRANCISCO. CaL. Aug. 19.
Warren p. Smith .of Manila, chief of
the United. States'j 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 facta
to be applied to the Philippines.where
oil has been found. . : ; v
He says that Cebu Island, Xeyete
Island and the Tayabas peninsula
have oil indications. In 1896, the year
before the insurrection, an English
company sank a well In Cebu for 1000
I feet and ; found , oil : in sufficient quan
tities to "pump it The oil was saw
to be of 35 gravity. .The insurrection
of Aguinaldo caused vail operations ,to
be suspended. . ' : J . n
Oil seeps have been found In many
other placea on - the ; islands. - Mr.
Smith says "he geological formations
are similar to those, of the California
fields and unlike those of the eastern
and mldcontinent fields. He - says
that several barrels of oil , per . day
were pumped from a 160 -foot -well on
Tayabas,-the quality being as fine as
that of Cebu. Many claims have been
staked out by Americans and it is ex
pected that development will be push
ed at an early date. :
Mr. Smith proposes to recommend
to ""the government that the land be
classified and that a board.be formed
for this purpose. None of the 'land
has been withdrawn from entry. 0 He
will sail for Manila from this city on
September 5th. ,
Shipments to HawaIL r;
For the eleven months ended May
311312, shipments of petroleum from
the ports of San Francisco and Los
Angeles to Hawaii ; were 53,380,260
gallons, valued at 1183,572 as against
47,939,470 gaUons 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).
J$9C8,943; naphthas 1,448,098 gallons;
$223814 ; : flluminante 1865,375, $225
243 ; : lubricants 494,356 gallons, $153-
554. v During the same period In 1911
the shipments were U : r follows:
Crude : 44,793.100 -gallons, $908,360;
naphthas 943,648 gallons $159,147; 11
lutnlnanU 1,449,644 gallons. $204,111;
lubricants 382,143, $123,698.
Consolidated Xot Bead.
V"A meeting of stockholders of the re
putedly defunct California Consolida
ted OH Company has been . called at
Los Angeles for . August 24th.' There
are a large number of unpaid . obliga
tionsand among the leading creditors
is- the estate of the late Admiral Rob
ley Evans, who advanced the com.
pany $2300. The committee urges the
stockholders to accept the offer of
Timothy Spellacy to take stock in the
Mexican Imperial Petroleum Com
pany,, whereby it Is said that by an ad
ditional small investment they may be
able to regain what they have lost In
the California Consolidated. v
Standard Gets BI? TTelL
Last Monday the Standard Oil Com
pany brought in a gusher on section
36, 31-23, In North Midway. The flow
averaged, ; from 6000 to 7000 barrels
daily, the output being mixed with
gas. The well was drilled to a depth
of 2400 feet cThe roaring of the gush
er can be heard ,for: several miles.
Sump holes are being hastily con
structed and pipe lines are being laid
to take care of the product
STOCKS ON COAST.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 28.
Closing quotations on sugar stocks:
Haw. Commercial 43 ,
Hawaiian Sugar 40 ....
Honokaa , 1011
Hutchinson 22 ....
Onomea 59 60
Paauhau 23 24
Union Sugar 32 32
LOVE BUILDING CHANGES.
The Love building is to be altered
so as to make a store on the corner
of Fort and Pauahl streets and some
stores fronting on Pauahi. the latter
I street nct 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 Pauahi Street in
contrast with the stone front on Fort
Street : v
HAVflf I NIGHT AT
"Hawaiian Night" was celebrated
at the Stewart Hotel In San Francisco
with great eclat according to articles
apt-earing In the San Francisco papers
of which the following from tne uau
is an Instance:
It was a glorious Hawaiian celebra
Hon at the Stewart last evening and
alohas, lets and pol made up the triple
entertainment Native' songsters sang
the. old songs of Maui to 300 visitors.
The women were decorated with gcZS
en ringlets and the. Initiated and out
sider treated to a dlih of poL The,
house was filled to capacity, so oven
i 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
b armed -through the lobby made
blight with the red and gold of tne
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 singing-in
chorus was general, y -
'Lawrence Dee was master of cere
monies. An old resident of the islands.
he has, since the opening of the Stew
art, been in charge of' one of the dt
isrtmenu, and his friendship with the
travel of the Pacific has made the
hotel one of the centers of Hawaiian
hotpltalltyf He was assisted , by Dr.
Joseph L. Howard the house physi
cian - 6t the " hotel who married . the
daughter of Alexander Young of Ho
nolulu: v Charles Mcwayne, James
Cook,; an '; attorney v of the islands
Lemuel, Coke and : Robert. W, Robin
son, assistant manager of the hotel.; ,;
?Mr.- and Mrs. Robert : Lewera, D.
Howard ' Hitchcock; and Mrs. Hitch
cock: Carl .Walters, Mrs. S. Allen.
Dr. Frank- Sawyer,., C,' Hansen and
Judge W, J. Robihson of the circuit
ccurt were some of the prominent per
rons of the islands ;who' mingled In
the festivities' Y-k- "
. The evening's fun began with a gen
eial assemfcly,in the lobby. The native
Hawaiian orchestra, played and san.g
the old, songs and the guests, mingling
in ; groups went back to the old days
and told of the old ties ;at home, e ,
Many of the younger set broke away
from the reception and, Joining .In the
be llroom, danced to the - syncopated
step the Hawaiian never knew Supper
was served,; and many Hawaiian deli
cades' were noted on the menu4Ha
w&iian night is now . a matterpf cus
torn at the Stewart Itwas first held
as a festival three years ago,' and last,
night's party was the biggest : of its
history." : : . ' -:
AVOID HARSH DRUG?.
Many Cathartics i Tenll U Cause: In2
Jury-, to the Bowels.
;If you : are subject to. constipation,
you Xshould avoid strong drugs,, and
cathartics. V They nly 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 with which
they come in contact. , , - ; '
We honestly ; believe that we have
the best constlpatidn treatment ever
devised. Our faith: in it is so strong
that , we ..sell it on the . positive guar
antee that it shall not cost the user a
cent if : it does not give entire satis
faction and completely remedy consti
pation. : This . preparation is called
Rexall Orderlies. These are prompt
soothing, and most effective in action.
They are' made of a' recent chemical
discovery. Their principal ingredient
is odorless, astelesh, t and colorless.
Combined with other well-known In
gredients, 'long established for their
usefulness In the treatment of consti
pation, Jt forms a tablet which is eat
eu just like candy. They may be tak
er at any time, either day or night
without fear .'of their causing any In
convenience whatever. Theydo not
gripe, purge, nor cause nausea. They
act without causing any pain or exces
sive looseness of the bowels. . They
are ideal for children, Weak, delicate
persons, and aged people, as well as
for the most hearty person.
They come in thrtfe size packages.
13 ; tablets, 10 cents; 36 tablets, 25
cents; 80 tablets, 50 cents. Remember
you- can bttaln them .only at our
store The Rexall Store. Benson,
Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort and Hotel Sts.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record August 2S 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Helen D Beamer to Peter C Beam
er ...v DA
D Torres and wf to Amelia R Mat-
Mele Kaulani to J Alfred Magoon. .
Henry Hlckey and wf et al to Mrs
Ruta K. Kahoohalahala
Lanhlwa Keohuhu and hsb et al to
Est of Bernlce P Bishop by trs to
Dalzo Sumlda and wf to Guardian
Trust Co Ltd
S M Damon to William Simpson..
William Simpson to Harriet M
Frank B McStocker, tr, and wf to
- Sabina K Hutchison D
Yuen Chong to Yuen Yong BS
Kaimuki 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 Houghtaillng 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 Freltas and wf to San
Antonio Port Ben Soc of Hawaii M
Blanche C Walker by atty to Yin
Yin Poy to Yin Chong ...BS
I LOCAL AfiP GENERAlI
: ? For a hack ring up 2307. ; :
' St:' Louis College will open for the
fall term on Tuesday. Sept 3.
Elegantly furnished rooms with hot!
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
Wanted Two- more passengers for
around -the -island tit 15.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141.
" U you want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St
Dr. J M- E. . Grossman, Dentist has
resumed practice at his offices, 1141 1
Alakea St Office hourse, 9 to 4. :
- Prof; 'L.v A, De Graca, Teacher' of ;
Violin; Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar.
Stndin. 175 RprAtnnla- Phnnn SfUS i
. Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bofc
tied by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171. :
Rulers Given Away A hlce 12-in.
Buler given to all school children buy
ing their school books and supplies of
Wall, Nichols Co.. Ud.
Bring 10 Green stamps and one dol
lar and get a complete Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Sump Stoie.
Beretanla and Fort streets. " "
Mothers should inspect the clothing I
sold by M. Mclnerny, Lt(L, for boys I
and youths. The quality is aoove ,
standard and the style -the very latest
fronr New York. . . ,
Asserting1 that although they were
only , married last year . the husband
has failed to provide or her and the,
ave months' old child ;fbr the last two
months, -Mrs. May, Schoening. yesterr
day filed' In Circuit Court & petition
fordivorce from C M., Schoening.
: Allen &; ' Rohlnson, who'on -August
24,- filed " a mechanics' lien , against a
house constructed on the c-; Malcikl
tract- for Mrs. .Margaret Lishraan, ;for
I111L47, alleged to be due them, tor
building materials "-supplied, , yester
day filed 'a'civil suit to recover this
sum from A, H. Dondero. Mrs.- Ush-j
man and Stella Peck.,' Dondero Is:
ihe contractor who built the' house J
and Mrs. Pecfc? purchased the house)
from : Mrs.' Lishman a few days after
it was finished. v : t-. . . ir. .
f 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 v and
Vicar. .Apostolic of Hawaii,. has fied
in Circuit -Court an action against L.
Ah Leong to qUlet, title. - L. ,Ah Lepng
some time ago filed suits against the
Bishop and- a xiarge numher of : other
alleged owners : to : determine the
same questiQn. Now the Bishop asks
for a. restraining order to check pros
ecution of the other suits until 5 the
new: one, brought " by . him,; is settled
The; land -M estimated ' to be 1 worth
about ' ?2o,000. - r-. -H .
' Dr. Ray Leidlngham, son of the Rev.
Mr. Leidingham, formerly, presiderftpf
the North Pacific Theological. Semi
nary, is in Honolulu. Dr. Leidlngham;
who hasmade qufte a 'name for. him
self in the medical .profession on ; the
mainland, is1 on his way to Korea on
the Manchuria, to "take charge of the
new Presbyterian hospital. ' '
.Dr. Leidlngham has decided to de
vote 'the rest of his life to missionary
work, - and will make an intensive
study of the language and customs of
-the Koreans with the end In view. of
heing able to better understand their
needs and . solve; various problems
which will be constantly coming up In
connection with his work.
He is taking a large sum of money
with-him, which is to be devoted to
his work, and he win remain in Korea
for an indefinite period of -time.
The Presbyterian missionary and.
physician arrived on the Manchuria
this morning and spent the day as the
guest of W A. Bowen. With Mr. Bo
wen, he made a trip through the. city
and inspected the various social or
ganizations such as . the Kaiulanl
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.
Dr. Leidlngham - will leave on the
Manchuria this evening.'
BROKE WATER COOLER,
AND MUST PAY PENALTY
When Private Clarence M. Sadler
of the medical corps, a prisoner un
der guard at Schofleld Barracks,
threw a hammer at Private William
M. Schukerk of the same corps, on
May -.10, Sadler had no intention of
maliciously assaulting 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 evi
dence. The penalty for this misdeed of
Private Sadler is likely to be severe1
in -view of the fact that he has five,
previous convictions against his re-,
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 22 Five
million dollars to establish institu
tions for the benefit of its members,
were voted by the Loyal Order of
Moose, in session here today. The in
stitutions will include a vocational
and trade school for children, a home
tor aged and infirm members, and a
home for orphans or members of the
lodge, to be built on a tract of 1000
acres at Anderson, Ind. A general
sanatorium will be built in the west
and a tuberculosis sanatorium to be
erected In some city with suitable ell
mate. . ,
For School Dayi
. We call your attention to the newest
' ' ' : ".''. - ' .-."
line of Clothing for Boys attending,
school. It embraces ? all sizes and
styles suited to thedemands of the ;
little fellows as well as the lad who
has stepped from the Mckerbdcker .
to the long trouser stage of life. "
We have confidence
Mti and. believe an inspection by
the mothers of
confirmifc ; i The
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For Particiilar8 Apply
Cunha Bld, Office 6
HANSMAN In Honolulu, August 27,
Mary Enos.'wife of J. F. Hangman.
Funeral services at Silva's under
taking parlors, Chaplain lane, at
half-pst eight tomorrow (Friday)
morning. Interment at Walkapu,
CHRISTOFFERSEN In Honolulu,
August 28, 1912, to Mr. and Mrs. R.
T. Chrlstoffersen, a son.
Star-Bnlletin Ads. are Best Business
Now is the
Pantheon Block, 84 Hotel :Bp
Honolulu boys will
prices are reason-
FORT end M2R.CHATJT STREETS
v ' - Estab lished 1 830 ; : v . ! .
The Cleaning and Pressing of Ladles', Garments ia u2er t a r-
sonal supervision of Mme. Jean Abadle. . . ;
777 KING STREET JOHN ABAD1E, Pro p. TE LEPHC I ZVZV
J. H0PP &
Time ---- -Buy- at
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