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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1012.
Williamson & Buttolph
Slock and Bond Brokers
I'lmne l&i . p. 0. liox
Oonolum StocK excnang
Wednesday. September i.
NAM EOF STOCK. Hid.
C lire wer & Co
JCwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric. Co
Haw. Cnm. & fc.ug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Su?ar Co
Ilononm Sugar Co
Ifouoksa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar C.
Hutchinson Sug:r Plant.
Kahulcu Plantt-.'ion Co. . .
Kekaha Sugar Co
KoIh Suar Co
MeUryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea rtugar Co
Cl:ta Sugar Co l.td
I'anuhau Sugar Plant. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Flantatlon Co
I H-keo Smra r Co
I'lonecr Mill Co
Walalua Agr Co
Wnlmnnalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Susai Mill Co. . .
Inter-Islam Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Flos. II. T & L. Co.. Pref
Hon. R. T. & I. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
04 IL'Jt L. Co
Ililo It It. Co.. I'M.. .. .
Ililo R. It. Co . Com
Hon. R & M. Co
44 44 !v
27 n "S
' 7 -
td i 7 S
j 5 si ; .'4
I 25 I u'
Haw. Irrgtu. C. fi
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . j 44
TuuJougOlok R C. pd. up .
i'ahaug Hub Co ...
Hon. li. A M Co AhH
JJaw. 1 er. 4 iFire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter. 4
Huw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
llaw. Tt r. 4V4
HawiTer. ' ....
Haw. Ter. 3ft ...
Cal. Beet Sug Rer. Co. 0 i 100
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 5s. ico
I law. Com. Sug. Co. ; ; i - i
Ililo U. It; Co., Ihsue 1901 . 101
IliloR.lC. Co.. Con. CX
llonokaaSuK&i Co.. 6
Hon. R. T. 4 L. Co. .
Kauai Ky. Co. 6s
Kohaia Dilcli C . . .
t V4V4 i H
I CO j
MtBrydo Sugar Co. 6 .. .
Mutual Tel. -to...' ; oj
OatauU.AL Co. 5
Oabu Sugar Co 5 ;
Claa Sugar Co. 6 1 Q7 H
Pac Sag. Mill Co. 6s ....
noneerMiIlCo.5 i oo
Wafcaiad Aplc Co. 5 . . . j iojX
Natomaa'Con. Cm qj
Hawn. Irrigation Co. C oos
Hamakua DJtch C o-
between fcojtrds 3"i Kwa 31.
Kwn 31, 10 Ewa 31 V6. 20 O. R. L.
Covl41, 10 Pala 2H, 40 Ii. C. S. Co.
44. lO-IL 0. a Co. 44V2. 25 Ililo
Com. 7 25 Ililo Com. 7, 10 Pine
apple 44,;5000 6uaa Cs 97H5000 Hllu
ex Cs 9Ai, 30 Oahu 27 5 Inter-Isl-aud-
Boss ion Sales 20 Oahu 27 v. 4i.
Oahn 27. 5 Oahu 27. fi Oahu 27,
30 Oahu 27. r0. Oahu 27. 10 Wala
lua 125,1 0,000 Olaa s OiVfe. 00 Oahu
27, 10 H. C. S. Co. 44Vi. 'J Oahu
i:. ' " .
latest sHjrar (juotutica, L3d cents,
Beets lis 6d ;
Ilruihrrp llonnlolu $ork and Hb4
J OKT AfiU ' ilEKCUAKT STUKHTS
iTairy Armitage & Co,,
STOCK AND BONO BROKERS
P. O. Box 633 " Phon 2)01
, HONOLULU, HAWAII
X!etitr Honolulu Stock and. boqd,
Member llonoluln Stock and Bond
Stangennald BIdg, 102 Merchant SL
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd,
' Information Furnished and Loans
857 KAAHUMANU STREET
We deal In listed and unlisted secu- j
rltlea of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca- J
ulpa runner; -Purlssima Hills Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block. Oakland, Cat.
78 Merchant SL Phone 3593
Giffara & Roih
Rat Roach lasta
is the only giarantced exterminator
for cockroaches; also for rats, mice,
waterbugs, etc. Get the genuine.
Money Back if it Fails.
25c and $1.00.
Sold bx DngguU Everywhere.
Steam' Dectrio Pasta CoCtdcaco IK.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 646
i Conducti all classes of Audits ana
Investigations, and furnishes Report!
oi a!1 kinds ot tiimntiaJ work
Suggestions given for simplifying
or systematizing office woik. AT
One Hundred and
Ninety Years Ago
Benjamin Franklin began to
save his pennies. The bus'ness
he started on those pennies is
still flourishing today.
You can earn dollar3 where Ben
You can save safejy where
Franklin had to take a chance
with a worn-out purse.
You can" earn interest with us
w hero Franklin earned none.
And yet you Fay that you have
no chance. See us. about it.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
We make a specialty of
brushes for all kinds of com
Our stock is the largest in
the city, which ensures your
finding just what you want.
Only belt grades carried.
Lewers & Cooke,
' 177 S. KING ST.
Men to work on machinery. Apply
C. C. Moore Co., Pearl Harbor.
Bargains pak and Mission furniture,
full sets; also gas range and com
plete litchen utensihs. "Little Vil
lage," House No. 1, next German
church. Beretania St.
Bicycles and bicycle supplies. Repair
ing. M. Hamamoto, 475 Queen; Tel.
Qn Tuesday, betw een King. Bethel
and New Era, lady's gold watch and
chain. "Elsie engraved on watch.
Return to this oftice. Reward.
Small heart-shaped opal out of brooch.
Finder return to this office and re
ceive reward. 5332-.".t
j A girl in Oakland long out of workj
; raid she w ould accept a circus' olfer '
of $50 to be married in a lion's den .
if she could get the man. She re-j
ceived 2o(I proposals in two days.
Estimated Cost More Than
Two Hundred Thousand or
More Than Two and One-
Halt M llions a Year m
. . .
Permit isfcUtd in August for new
Liiitdhiu const ruction amounted, m
a 1.' rebate r-ont estimated, to $-11, !".".-
Ltior.s and repairs to
f $i2;.U't;.."', as com-
". and !'or alteration
114 :.:, a total of
Liaiil vi. h ?j,,.St for new con
-miction and $ 1 O.jI'.'I for alterations uuier &ien to an scnooi cnnurt-n uuv
anu repairs, a total of $2y2,91't. for K their schctd hooks and supplies of
me month of Jul v. This is a de- Wall. Nichols Co.. Ltd. 3
(.-ease of $tit;.T5s3.5i.. but nevertheless
hhowir. a rate of $2,713,518 a year ia
all building operations.
Since last report in this paper the
following permits have been issued:
i ) : . . i. .i n: iri:ui . o
vMuiaui .uiie. dwelling, ismuxi.
.Mstii arcnitKt anil builder; siiuu.
Alt'. Paxton, stores and rooming,
King and Punchbowl streets; r. tni
architect, I. Usui builder; $3500.
Hawaiian Seishi Kaisha, warehouse,
1,'ueen street, back of brewery; M. K.
Coto architect. Aloha Building Co.
li. Melln, two cottages, Luso street;
R. Miyata & ('o. builder; $910.
F. Ornellas, dwelling, Tantalus.road ;
Sanado architect and builder; $575.
Louis P. Mendonca, four cottages,
Puchholtz street; R. Miyata & Co.
Vang Chew Kiam. kitchens,
Park; T. Suzuki Luilder; $900.
Joe De Mello Jr., three cottages,
Alapai street; T. Suzuki builder; S93
iee 11011, uweiung, tanoa street;
. .. . ... .
Lee Hon builder; $700.
J. W. O'Kourke. observation stand,
Kapiolani Park'w Freitas & Fernandez
Y. Ahm, tenement, Dowsett lane;
; S. .Miyamoto builder; $0a.
' Mrs. K. Soares Alves, dwelling, Luso
, street; Sanko Co. builder; $750.
..... . 1 . . ...
i. uisiore j.Oi'.if, uweiung, jaiso
I street; Sanko Co. architect, T. Harada
! builder; '$1500.
T. Tanigawa, two cottages. King
Jitivet; T. Tanigawa builder; $900.
j ('. .t. Cooke Estate, printing office,
; King street; Fmory &. Webb arehi-
I teds, Pacilic Engineering C'o. build-
, er; ?3S.390.
i A. J. Fernandez, dwelling, Buch-
j holtz lane; R. .Miyata & Co. builders:
: Algaroba Feed Co., warehouse,
I Oneen snul Iwi'i strets A. F. ( n.
Li.;luk 7t: t
j 1. nasegawa, two cottages, King
. street; J. Usui architect, Ebisu build'
; er; $700.
! Antone F. Souza, dwelling,
! street; T. Oki builder; $520.
I Jos. Santos, dwelling. Kalihi; Tai
.1. It. Fogarda, dwelling, Auwaio-
limu: J. F. Freitas bu lder: $1400. 1
M. Nilnes &. SOhT'd welltng;-W'aiatee f
Heights; City Mill Co. architect and
0t'- ri." V:,eeed Albeit Horner on the Hawaii
Lulaof Ihe Amii.n7! ov b of U'en commission-!
Paty of the Anti-Saloon League show ' Wadsworth to take the1
that the Territory of Hawaii spends - ; . nn .
more than 1,000,000 yearly for mtox- i"--- m o....
icating liquors, and that the imports TnT , ' , , ,
from San Francisco alone durine 1911 aml c- E- Wright to succeed Rufus A.'
from ban Francisco aione curing 1Jli.T th rTawaii i;aiIor license -
totaled over half a million dollars, i man on the Hawaii ; 'Quor "cense
Mr. Paty secured his figures from the
official journals of the breweries and
distillers and presented them in- a
lecture he gave in the K. of P. Hall,
rppontlv Ho eaiH in nnrt l
recently. He said in part:
"What do figures show in regard ,
to Honolulu? According to the Pa-j
cific Wine and Spirits Review of San j
Francisco, the value of liquors shipped i
j to Honolulu in 1911 was $529,955. This
j small Territory paid to San Francisco
alone more than half a million dol
lars. The liquor shipped to Honolulu
was more than twice as, much as was
shipped to any other country or port
! except New York. According to the,
nujioiuiu custom nuuse lepun uieie
was imported from foreign countries volves nothing whatever beyond the
i $225,688 worth of liquor in 1910. The matters indicated. He will not coop
j value of beer manufactured in Hono- erate ln any nianncr wth investiga-
lulu was $100,050, according to the In- , f nmnt
: tcrnational Review. Value of fortified Uons matle b the Department
wines manufactured in the Territory of Justice.
was. according to the International ! The visit of Secretary Fisher, it is
j Review, Dept.. $43,593. and I am in- stated, is made at the direction of
' formed on good authority that about President Taft. Secretary Fisher fa
! one-half of the wine manufactured in vored the reappointment of Mr. Frear
! the Territory is sold before it is forti- as Governor, believing that no inquiry
1 fied, as there is no revenue tax on vvaS required. The President promised
: Sweet wines. i Delegate Kalanianaole that he would
! "Spirits manufactured in the Terri-' send a special commissioner to Ha
: torv on which revenue tax is paid . waii and investigate all the charges
amounts to $116,422. This does not preferred against the Governor, and
i inoiini thu rum 4ii?tiiierv nt Hilo. insisted that Secretary Fisher make;
' which. I am informed, manufactures
about 75 gallons of rum a day. and
. in nt th timo i Pt thtxse figures
over four months ago, intending to
double its plant. '
"So it looks like this: Intoxicating
liquors from San Francisco, 1911.
j $529,955; intoxicating liquors from
. foreign countries. 1910. $235,688; man-
! ura'ctured in Territory. $260,065. As
these are wholesale prices, in order
to approximate the price paid hy the
consumer let u add 50 per cent.
4512.851 and we have the total of
j ' 9 mt m
' Barnett Missky. owner of a small
grocerv store in t'assaic. .. .).. was
blown tn atoms bv the evnlnsion of :i
soda tank which lie was charging.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Hie Kind You Hare Always Bought
& s f?
ca J. '6CACfiWm
I LOCAL ANI GENERAL
For a hack ring up 2307.
(Jo to Iwpr A: Cooke win n
r.wl ai;v ki:iil ot a iaint ,r ;ih.
y i i u
Efst assoi tluf nt in T h- t itv
VariJMl -Tu more j'it.s-!igers fur
aroui.d th - island at $3 mj. Lewis
stable and c.ara. t. zm.
..'r1'" nr , U-'Vif?'
l . I a V 1 1 Si (aids r'.r s,iiS',n ;ii
-took at Hawaiian nvws c. i.d
;,.pf- - rva- T,acher of
ioiir, Marulolin. Hatijo and (luitar
Studio, l.." Peretania: Phone :J4.
Pinappl soda anu Hire's Root Beer
extel!eit sinnnit-r drinks are bof-
b-vo1 Consolidated So,la
Rul-ro (liven Awav
A nice lL'-in
r'nK P Cieen stamps ani one dol-j
lar and gt a complete Hoy Scout suit!
for vacation. Gre;n Stamp Store,"
Beretania and Fort, streets.
tl js understood that Cashier Pat-'
of Fjrst iallk o ,,ilo ha?
sent to ,j!e v;,au,s for
Horses for .--ale or hire. Fine sad
die and driving horses, rigs with or
without drivers. Tel. Hum or ca'.l at
Club Stables. 52 Kuktii street.
Dr. MacLennan removed to Alakea
St. next Pacific Club a few doors be
low Beretania Ave. Wonderful cures
cf chronic diseases by new serum
treatment. Phone 3630.
A new change holder is being in
troduced among the conductors' of
the Rapid Transit cars. The con-
(3uctors sav ,nat il i IU)l as fa-st as!
tne old Kind.
Jver tour mousanu pairs ot cmi-
uren s s.-ioes nave just neen received j
t 1... nniir.w,lni'.i..n Ill "I'
''""'" i" - 3 o..wt- v ,. i'.i;a?
Fort street. Now is the time to get
.your chtldren their shoes for the'
I The employes -of the Rapid Transit
comjiany will hold a smoker at their!.
ciuunou.se at ociocK this evening.
An interest iir program has been ;ir-
;rangfd and invitations have been is
, . . . ...... . , .
sueu o tne oinciais and employes.
Federal Observer Camalielson re-
1 ))oits that his records show that dur-
in the past month the weather at
his station, at Kaumana, Hawaii, has
been warmer than it hns been ar any
previous lime during the eight years
for which there are ac udte records.
I The Republican precinct club at
j Waiakf a. Hawaii, held a meeting last
' week. Attorney Correa said that he
; had heard a rumor to the effect than
a faction intended' to draw the color j
l!n U.. o ,l
! v4 i i s
ittt,. r.,,.. ;., rn... ..,..
I witti iiusi- in laim ui iiuviii,
(ie delegates go to the convention
instructed, while Kf aloha wanted
' them to go uninstructed.
CREAR FILLS VACANCIES
j ONjSEVERAL BOARDS
With the exwbtton of three auuoint
,nents Governor Frear has finally fill
led all vacancies in Territorial offices
and commissions. The three remain-
ing vacancies are those left by the res- (
ignations of Marston Campbell, super-
I intendent of public works; John H.
J Craig and Ollie Sorcnson. of the Oahu)
I liquor license commission. j
Tne appointments just made are Ar-j
jthur H. Rice, to succeed I). P. R. Is-'
enberg on the bord of agriculture '
Uni fnrestrv A TV Lindsnv to sue-
. commission ann nawau county uoa.u
of prison inspectors respectively, and
Robbina B Anderson , to succeed Hon.,
v.- - wnitney on ,ne norary uoa.u.
(Continued from Paqe 1)
ailt thresh out their differences in his
Secretary Fisher says his visit ln-
the trip in person,
This was acceptable to the Dele-
' gate, who believes the Secretary has;
an open mind and can be convinced
' the complaints against Governor
Frear are justified.
as originally pianneu.- secretary j
F'sher expected to be accompanied by j
his son. Arthur Fisher. The young;
' man is a student at Harvard, and as;
his college duties had to be resumed '
this month, the time of the Secre-'
tarys visit made it impossible for his
sou to accompany him. It thus turns
.out fhat Herbert A. Meyer, private
: secretary to Mr. Fisher, will be the
oui-v other memberjnMhe party. j
' Representatives ot the
t m's.e ei)iihli are
iseeking recognition for ihe !i!y e:
V. T. Osborne of Newburg. N. Y.. j
celebrated his H'ltli hi It Inlay by iais-';
ing an American Hag at Washington's;
I'lward F. ("roker, former fire chief
Nfw Vork- wns 'h"sen chief of the
i,onfr neacfi. N. Y.. vu'.uii.eer tire de-
part men t.
1 Tmmmn-. :
- ! a
'' x' 1 '
m. j ,j HOARD
OARD OF SUPERVISORS j
OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF j
HONOLULU TO APPOINT A SEC
RETARY TO THE BOARD OF SU- i
I.....1SOU5 AND TO FIX HIS I
SALARY, AND PRESCRIBING THE j
DUTIES OF SUCH SECRETARY.
Be it Ordained by the People of the j
City and County of Honolulu: i
SECTION 1. The Board of Super- j
visors of the City and County of Ho-.
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, is hereby
authorized to appoint a suitable per-:
son, whose salary shall be fixed by J
said Board, to be known as the Secre-!
tary to the Board of Supervisors.
SECTION 2. It shall be the duty)
of said Secretary to the Board of Su- j
pcrvlsors each week to prepare a
statement of the work of the various;
departments of the City and County!
of Honolulu ind of the Board of Su-
pervlsors. and deposit in the office ot'
City and County Clerk, as soon;
as practicable, at least thirty copies!
of such statement for the use of the i
Aravor of the Titv and ('onntv of Ho-
nbl'ilu the members of the' Board of'
noiaiu, the members ot the Board or,
Supervisors of said City and County
H.onoluhl tQa ( offit.era and Vari-
emDoye8 of the departments or
"s P;0 M departments or
3 This Ordinance shall
- fce m dayg from
ter the date of its approval.
H. E. MURRAY.
Date of Introduction: August 5, A.
Approved this 3rd day of Septem
ber. A. D. 1912.
nil H t JOSEPH J. FERN,
by keeping your skin sweet,
healthful and attractive, with
ioi by HiO Hair m4 Waiter Dyt.
druggists, v black ar arowa, 50c.
Ererytliln? In the printing I In" at
; Star-Bulletin, Alakea street; branch, j
1 Merchant street
. ... .. .
Now is the
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1 JfflW fo? I
017 IS TJtAXJAJ.l t
: 7X .B A lt1I!irsTtl-r
I BY AUTHORITY 1.'
ORDINANCE NO. 40. ' iMVW
A UTHORIZINU i V dVlMCX.
Get me M
WHEN THE BEST IS NO MORE EXPENSIVE THAN
MEAT OF QUESTIONABLE QUALITY, IT PAYS. TO GETTHE.
BEST. WE SELL ONLY ONE QUALITY, PERSONALLY: SE
LECTED, AND IT GOES TO CUSTOMERS WITH TI OUAJi-
A NT EE OF EXCELLENCE. "
The personal attention of the proprietor Is given- all 'work done
at the V - , ' 'V- :-
Established" 1890. ' . '
777 KING STREET
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR
Started and Lighted
MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore
MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi
MODEL 42 Roadster typeall
tn Moc motor, 4y2 in bore, 5
MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Torrlng Car.
MODEL 51 4 Passenger; perni Tonneau. '
MODEL 52 Roadster type ali wit the ne-w .hta
S in hore, 6 in troke motor : 50 H. P. ...........
geo. w. Moore
Openirig 6f trie
Time Buy at
. KERR & COMPANY, Ltd.,
Pantheon Block, 84 Hotel St.
When you arc selecting
a suit of clothes get one
thar combines quality
with style; it's an easy
combination to secure
when you buy a
V;e are showing a wide range
of patterns cut ip l;e very
Infest style and suited to
men j with advanced as
well - as. those of conser
e are sure wq can fit ypu.
Fort &Merchant Sts.
PHONE AZtY :
, W kiow vtrybod and und$rtxnd
th butintts. .': ... .'
' -.'1 v -1
Metropolitan Meat Market
J. ABApiE7;ppretor JELEPHpNE 1491
with the &pi. (Q(f
in atrofeeVHK NW I UU
Irnontratot , anil SWUmx AftrA.
CLASS - - m
& CO., Ltd.