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HONOLULU STAIMNTLLETIY FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1912.
Next Monday Is Souvenir Day
V " at the ' '
lexiall ftiiff Store
We have completed the installation of our new "Silent
Salesman" Show cases and "Icelcss" Soda Fountain, and in
vite all our customers, both present and prospective, to call
and 'Inspect our remodeled store on
Mbnday, Sept. 16th,
See Saturday's Star-Bulletin and Sunday's Advertiser for
our plan of fiiving the following souvenirs
JAPANESE TRANSLUCENT EGG SHELL .WARE IN TEA
CUPS AND SAUCERS, PLATES, AFTER-DINNER CUPS
VANITY BOXES WITH PUFF AND MIRROR, BASE BALLS,
JACKSTONE SETS, REXALL SHAVING LOTION,
TALCUM PUFFS, VIOLET TALCUM,
CHAMOIS PURSE PUFFS, MAI LE TOOTH POWDER,
HARMONY" ROSE GLYCERIN SOAP.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
.THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR
Electrically Self I TTVTT17P
V - Started and Lighted UN 1 E'lV
MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore
MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi
MODEL 42 Roadster type-all
jf ' en Woe motor; 4lA in. bpVe,; 5&
myjuctu ou rassenger, r ore jyoor . i curing uar; ,
MODEL 51-4 Passenger, i"emi Tonneau.
MODEL SRoadster tyje--ali with the new "T" head .
' 5 in. bore, 6" in. stroke motor ; 50 H.P. .... .......
; . ' ! ; GEO, W. MOORE t ,
Teiepnone 1902. , : ; Va-, Demonstrator and Selling
Jcinrncss: :: Bazat , . Fort St
V ; Jt)R RED SriAPfER, SMOKeB UlLEtVaJsTRALIAN BtiT-
TEft OR AN1T 6 THE" GOOD THINGS WE. ARE TO RE
CETVA DY THE ZEAIJtNDIA PROM THE COLONIES. -
. . Thousands of bargains.
i)6 not overlook this opportunity.
Wholesale prices prevail during this sale.
THE REXALL STORE
Door Touring Car.
with the splendid new
in: stroke ; 40 H.P,.
Drapery Work .
& CO.; Ltd.
Fort and: Hotel Sts.
J7W I V.U
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Stock and Bona Brokers
Friday, Sept. 13.
NAME OP STOCK. Bid. Asked.
fiwa Plantation Co
Hawaiiau Agric Co
Hai Com. & f ug. Co
Hawaiian Sasat Co. ,
Honoraa Sugar Co ......
Hbfi'ok&a Scgar Co. ..... .
Haiku Sugar Co.....
Hutcbinscn Sugar Plant .
Kahakti Plac:lon Co
Kekaba Snsai Oo.,. .
MfcBryde Sngar Co
Oabu Sugar Co
Ofcbmca Sagat Co:
Claa KngarCo , Ltd. .....
Paaohau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar SI HK
Pala PlanUtion Co
Pepeekeo Sii?ar CO.
Pioneer Mill Co.
Waialua Agric Co
Walluku Snfc.r Co. ..... .
Waimanalo ugar Co. . . .
Waimea 3agat Mill Co. . .
Intfer-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Elettric C?6. ; . .
Hon. R, T. LL. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R T. & L. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu U.&L Co. . ......
HClo IL R.CovPfd.;.i...
Hild R; R. Ca, Com. ....
Haw. Irrgtn. Co 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tdnjong Olok RC, pd. up.
Pahang Rub.. Co. . . ;
Hori. B.' & M. Cd. Asa . . .
Haw.Ter4 (FlreCi.) ..
Haw. Tet. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4 f. . . . . . . .
Cal. Beet SUg. Ref. Co. C
Hon. Gas. Co.; Ltd 6s.
HaW.'Com. & Sug. Co. S
HlloR.IL Co., Issuft 1901.
Hilo R.R.Co Con. GX . :
Honokaa Sugar Co.. 6 . ,
Kauai Ry: Co. s..
Kohala Dltcii Co. 6s ..... .
McBrjdo. Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual TeL 6f ......... .
Oabtt R.AL. Co. 5 .... I
OahU Sugar Co. 5 ..... .
C!&a Sugar Co. 6 .
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s ; . ; . .
Pioneer Mill Cb.
Waialua Agric Co. 5 . . .
Natomaa Con. 6s..
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hinlakua 'Ditch 6 . . . . .
- : . ; sales.
Between ' Boards-rlO OahuJ 28, 1000
Olaa 6s 07. " ,--V--
Session Sales None. '
: Latest iugar quotation: . 436 cents,
or $870 per toh. - C "
IWIISE IBfiSI (0
ITehibert Honelaia Stock iiod Bni
i'OfiT AND MERC1IAKT STREETS
itage & to.,
STOCK AND BON b BROKERS
P. a Box 683 - , Phon 2101
HONOLULU. HAWAII .
ICember Honolulu Stock and Bond
;;ST0tK.Ain),B0XB BROKERS i ;
Members , llobolalu Stock , and Bond
,; Exchano ;
Stangennald Bld? 102 ITeithanl St
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
857 KAAHUMANU STREET.
We deal in listed and unlisted seeu-
1 Titles of all kinds. Hida!gb, La Zaca-
ulpa ruober; Purisslma Hills Oil stock;
i Mascot Copper.
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room i &acon Block, Oakland", Cat.
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Dedds lor Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Oraws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sals;
Leases, Wills, itc. Attorney for "lh
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 8TV
Little Elois What is the mind, El
mer? Little Elmer The mind is some
thing that turns round and round in
your head and makes up stories.
LOCAL AND GENERAL I
. . , ...... f .. ... , r
For a hack ring Up 2307. J
Wanted Two mon? . passengers tot'
around - the - Island at $5.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are but-'
tied by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Rerular meetinr of Honolulu Lodge
So. 616, B. P. O. Elks, this evenlng.at'
7:3d o'clock. I
New line fall millinery. First class'
trimmer to arrive from New YorU
SepL 16th. "Dickerson's," Hotel Ma-j
Rulers Given Away. A nice 12-lnJ
Ruler given to all school children buy-j
log tneir school books and supplies of
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Ms L. Merchant, formerly of E. W,
Jdrdan & Co., will open a dressmak
ing parlor la the Pantheon building,
Sept. 19. Rooms 21-22.
The combination for best results In
photography is the Kodak, the ast
man film and. Honolulu Photo Supply
Co.'s system of tank development,
bring id tireen Stamps and one dol
lar and get t complete Boy Scout suit
for ' vacatioj Green Stimp Store,
Beretanla and Fort streets. v
A lame Hawaiian fell from car 4S
eastbound at Mollllll last, night, on the
5. ?0 trip.. Luckily he sustained no
damage other than a severe shaking
Dr. JllacLennan removed to Alakea
St. Hext Pacific Club a few doors be
low Bereitanfa Ave. Wonderful cures
fcf chronic diseases by new serum I
V V MVtMV Mir WW
Rapid tuition given in Music, Violin,
Mandolint Guitar and Banjo by Prof.
L. A. de Graca. New and easy meth
od. Terms moderate. Address 175
Beretanla avenue. Phone 3643. "
You will find everything you want
it, school supplies at A.B. Arleigh &.
Co:; Lrfd., .Hotel, near; Fort Here are
school; boeks, : tablets, pencils, pens,
scnool bags, ; copy"; books in fact, all
that the teacher wants. ' :
Ever since Mr. Abadie started the
Frencfl 'Laundry in i90 the work has
been of the highest quality. This
laundry haal no branches; the office
and works r ar - at 777 : Kins Street,
and the telephone is 1491. r? .
Doctor L. - B. Cofer, assistant surgeon-general
and chief of the bureau
of -foreign and insular, quarantine, and
well known in HonolQlQ, has issued
a small booklet to captains of vessels
on how to avoid quarantine and other
information - pertaining -'to keeping
ships clear of mosquitoes and rats.
This afternoon's meeting of the Ha
waii Promotion Commlttee. to be held
in the rooms of the Merchants Asso
ciation, will : be ' devoted to a discus
sion .of plans for next year's FlorM
Parade. C. P. Chillingworth, airector
of the celebration, has been asked to
meet with 'the committee on this oc
casion. The Mutual Telephone Company has
entered Into an agreement with
the; Kohala-Hamakua T. & T. Co. at
Honokaa for the erection and installa
tion of a metUic circuit line between
Kawaihae atpa Jiilo. ; Work . had begun
on the conitfuctioni sTbis "will do
av.ay with the telephone system t?
transmitting wireless messages over
land on arrival at Kawaihae. ' . ;
Mcinerny Ltd., at .the "corner of . t'ort
and Merchant streets, are showing
some capital valieesv rugs, bags and
tijtfnks suitable for persons who travel
atroad or aibong the islands. Incident
ally the windows oft the , Mcinerny
store are artistically dressed in colors
of the boat clubs that will participate
in the races,tn regatta day. "Alameda,
Puunene, Myrtle and Heaiani clubs
afe represented. ' .," ;
Tomorrow from eleven: o'clock in
the morning until one o'clock in the
afternoon .there will te an exhibition
of hibiscus' flowers In Cobke Hail, Y.
M. C. A. building, Under the auspices
of the Hawaiian Hibiscus Club. Ail
persons interested are cordially invit
ed to come and persons wishing to
plice blossoms inj the T exhibition are
requested to have "them at th.e hall by
nine o'clock tomorrow morning. The
admission will be free.
STOdK EXCHANGE .
. - EXTREMELY DULL
If the Stock Exchange was any
deader than today's sheet shows, it
would be all ready to be buried. Ten
shares of Oahu unchanged at 2S and
11000 Olaa sixes at the prevailing rate
W 97.50 are the only items of business,
add these are reported from between
"There is no reason for the dullness
Other than the political situation,"
said G. H. Buttolph, broker, this morn
ing. ''Two things are pulling in oppo
site directions the expectation Qf ex
tra dividends and the tariff uncer
tainty from this year's elections.
"It is always dull this time or year,
anyway, butjstill the prices are fcteady.
If there was any, trading, there would
be more fluctuations."
The Hawaiian Islands have devel
oped a large business in pineapples,
and the business at Singapore is as
suming large proportions. Hawaiian
planters select sandy, well drained
loam, avoiding hills or heavy land,
and plant 10,000 to the acre. An av
erage fruit weighs 4 lbs. The profit,
les3 cultivation and cartage, yields
800 pesos per acre, the pines selling
at 2 centavos each to the canning
factory; 10,000 to 12,000 plants to the
........ AMAMn...r9 st1.rs In I
fourten months are required for ma
turing. Selections of varieties are im-
portant, also the avoidance of pick
ing unripe pines, as the fine flavor
thereby is lost.
Pineapple wine, properly made, is
one of the most delicious of drinks j
and possesses 'digestive qualities. The :
pineapple industry should become an!
important one in the Philippines. Tho
a light shade is desirable, fine fruits
are grown in Mindanao without j
shade. The writer recently ae of
some large, jtleliciocs fruit, free from
acid and fiber, which were grown in!
Davao District. Mindanao (P. I.),!
v - ' i-
A meeting of the Board of Immigra
tion was held tin the directors' room
of T. H. Davies & Co. yesterday after
noon. There was not a quorum pres
ent, and the; only business - that could
be done was whatever secured unan
imous consent qThus it was that a
proposition: submitted, by Market Su
perintendent Statrett, to furnish crates I
to onion growers for their shipments,
on the credit of the board; was, after
a long discussion," deferred to another
meeting. . - 5 . ' .
President Ivers and E.' H.v Wode
house were strongly in favor of giv
ing this kind of encouragement to
the growers,' especially the ' smaller
ones, v as being id line 'with the in
tent of the Legislature In creating the
marketing division of the board. ;
. P. L. Waldron, on the Other hand,
stdod out to the last against the prep
osition, holding that it . was a commer
cial scheme foreign v to the . bodrd's
functions, . v " -v''- v--i:.;.
Mr." Starrett - exhibited a ; sample of
a heat crate, which can be supplied
at the Puna lumber mill - at the. rate
of 10,000 crates for ?2000. i .The sam
ple came from Cadillac, Mich. i
Secretary Ralph A. Kearns submit
ted a cablegram from Dr. Victor S.
Clark,'? dated.- St. - Petersburg; Septem
ber 1, - sayingi "I , think ; the immedi
ate, prospect good. Please wire in
structions to McClellan to ask the
State Department to please .send me
a letter of instructions to the, embas
sies of Europe." ' '
It was deemed unnecessary to com
ply with this request in view of the
fact that the secretary had already
procured from Governor Frear proper
credentials for Dr. Clark.
A letter from Mr. Halsey, U. S. in
spector of immigration' here, covering
a letter from Commissioner Backus
in San Frahcisco, was submitted,
which asked the local board to pay
the expense of deporting a certain
Russian immigrant, who arrived at Ho
nolulu in the steamer Siberia on March
25, 1910, and was now a public charge
and suffering from a chronic disease
in San Francisco. Secretary Kearns
having verified the facts, the board
allowed the claim".
It was ordered that cabled instruc
tions be sent to Raymond C. Brown
In London to join Dr. Clark in St Pe
tersburg. Also, it was voted that Mr.
Brown's engagement be continued
until June 30 next.
Samos has demanded from the for
eign consuls that the Turkish troops
be removed from the island, and that
the constitution be revised.
Turn-back cuffs or lace frills fin
ishing long sleeves are one of the
most becoming of the new fashions.
A 4-bedroom house and well-improved
lot on Pua St. $2800.
A cottage and lot (100x100). planted
in bearing fruit trees, in Niiuanu
tract $1CC0. A bargain.
A few gocd-sized cheap lots on Gu
lick St.. Kalihi, at from $150 to $525
each. Easy terms.
Half a dozen cheap lots in Nduihd
tract at original prices.
FOR RENT A neat. 2-bedroom cot
tage in town. $22.
A 4-bedroom, mosquito-proof house,
with all latest improvements, in the
choicest part of Kalihi. $33.
By Oct. 1, a brand-new, partly-furnished,
mosquito-proof cottage, with
sewer connection, gas and electric
lights, alongside Kam. Boys' School,
one block from car-line. $35. . '
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
2 . i .v. ' ' . i . .. s; '' '..4'.
FORT ahdMERCHATfT STHEIiTS
Notice; of InWion
,i 9 ...
In accordance with the provisions
as amended by Act 103, Session Laws of 1911, it is proposed to char.sa the
GENERAL : COUNTY; REGISTER' on Monday. October 14, 1$12, by erasing
therefrom' the names 'fend signatures Of the fdllOwihg, knowh to me to Le
dead . by record of the Bodrd of Heal th of the Terrlttry oM fa wail:
-.,.k.- ; i -.-:.4 "';:-- ,: -f4':..;.::'7"- i,':'r
: ... L- 5 Affidavit clnct.
' Honolulu.: .'i '.';:. . v'-,, - ,f-; y.j : "
James K. Luk . ,265
Ceo - Frledenberg -: . ; v.. ..' ,.'.'.; 635
John Kiaainar ...;.v.;..i;.;...i.ll36
O . AX -T&l . 6T5
Ernest Bischof . : .... ... . . .....1643
M.,. N. Sanders . ......... 1 . . . 1542
Thoma3 Jones -w ; . v. .; . ; . r.. .2002
Geo. Shaw v .. . .. 1604
R.S. Kapua ..,..:.........:.,.. 497
Lono Maka&ahelehele '; 222
Kaopua';HokiI ; . . .V . V, i.iJii.lV.i 3509
Hale Kealohanul .,. .:. . . v. .v.... 13 25
John Nahinu ... . . ' . -V; i ; ..'.': 155
Abraham Kekai '':."..;........... . 703
Abr.-Palekaluhi ............. ... .i.. 66
Richard H.r Sampson; . Iv..;, .,.1530
Ed." Li' Uke 396
David P. Hanalei.,.,...r.. 2611
James. L. Stevens r.'..'.....'.V.'.'.',."- 282
Geo. ; Meyers; . W: . . ; . . ; : iV; . .3716
J. RMakuaole V.;;:;i.V.....fl97
Albert Steinke ' .... ..2521
Jno. J. Lv Fern; ...:... . .. :. .2C6C
John Thompson alias Jno. HapaJ . 54
Chas. II. Simpson ...''. :211R
David Mahoc . 66
Jas.' H.. Howell ..................1126
Wallace C. Wedon .. ......... .i 243
Frank M. Bindt ...
Wm. W. North
James Kipapa . . . . . 4254
Alfred S. Hartwell ;....;........ 2229
H. E. Mclntyfe ...V.;;2376
Paul W. N. De BretteYilIe,........3096
Sam K. Kekahuna ... ... .2617
" Ew'a. ' ' -
Ben Maele 1 . . . .1957
Kinolau (or Klnolau, Kanlpau).i..2912
; Waialua. ' ? ' - -
G. B. Kuanoni ........ ...Vi..l778
James K. Kaanaana ..... .... 984
Hi Koko ...3190
John H. Barenaba .
Lima Kahaunaele ' '.
STOCKS AND SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 12.-r
Closing quotations today:
. Bid., Asked
Hawaiian Commercial ... 43 44i
Hawaiian Sugar 41 . . i .
Honokaa Sugar Co. ..... 10
Hutchinson 21 21
KiTauea .... 17'
Paauhau 23 239i
Union ; 32 32V4
NEW YORK, September 12. Raw
sugar firm; Muscovado, 89 test
S.SSc.; centrifugal, 96 test, 4.33c.;
Molasses sugar, "89 test, 3.61c; Re
fined sugar steady.
IN THE bRiENT.
The United States Rubber. Company
is one of the largest rubber consumers
in the world. Their volume of buM
ltss amounted to over.$77,500,000 dur
ing the past two years. Last year they
launched into tie plahtitioh business
wjth a view of eventually is'rowmsf'a
large part of the rubber needed in
their own business.
Ther purchased 80,000 acres in Sum
atra and have already planted 20,000
acres -with more than 2,500,000 rubber
TDDT it is always
well to travel
ia comfort : to have
articles that 'fit a
persoh to r enjoy all
tiie route affords in
the way of; sbenbry;
will bs found every
thing the heart can
wish for. ;- ;
Ybti hiid' bettdt
hav;a looli bofdifd
yiou v niake ' a : feoled-
J ' . . ' L, mf
to Cu::i: ;2
"of Act 68. Session Laws of 1311.
trict Date of Death.
' 6 .'
: ; 1
9 11 .
; Au 1 if;, 1311.
5 Sept 2, 1911
4 1: Oct 13, 1311
4 . . fTov. li, mi
4 ' Dec 23, 1311
:4 Jan.' It:, VA'l
4 Jan. 21. 131 J
4 FfS. 17 131-
4 Feb. 23, 1312
V " Mar. 7, 1:12
4 --.-Jirar. l. ID12
4 Apr. 1; 1312
4 . Apr. .22, 1312
5 . May 20; 1312
5' May 21. 1312
5 - May 23, 1312
6 my 3L 1312
5 ' June 11, 1312'
4 . June 14, 1312
6 .-Jnly 2. 1912'
5 ) July 4, 1912
4 July 6, 1912,
6 ; July 12, 1312
4 June 22 1312
5 July 13,-1312
4 July 25, 1312
5 Ails.' 5, 1912
4 " Aug. 19, 1912
4 ' '. Aug. 12, 1312
4 v Aug. 13, 1912
4 v Aug. 27. 1912
5 : Aug. 27r 1912
6 .- At?. 30, 1912
-4 "Sept 7, 1912.
4 July 7. 1912
4 r Sept 11. 1912
5 Jan. 2, 1912
5 Apr. V1912 '
5 May 30. 1912
5 Dec 8. 1911
5' Apr. 5. 1912
5 Jan. 29, 1912
6 Mar. 29, 1912
5 ' Aug. 29. 1912
May. 17. 1912
b. kaLAuokalAni. JR.,
. Clerk; City and County of Honolulu.
5340 Sept 13 20. 27j Oct 4 - " V
trees making it already the -largest
rubber plantation in the world." 10,000
cbOlies are employed which are gather
ed with aid from the government of
Sumatra under f definite con tracts.
Mindanao, P. Herald.
with tfe ;'Ak -io tch in!
place of - the -bothersome;
buttonhole - 15c reach 2 for
. OuetC Peabodr & Co.. Maker.