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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, October 05, 1912, 3:30 Edition, Page 6, Image 6',
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HONOLULU 8TAIMIULLETIN, SAT PJ1 DAY, OCT. of 1912.,
IS A MEAL MADE AND PRODUCED IN MAN
CHURIA. IT IS THE BEST FOOD FOR POUL
TRY AND STOCK. IT FATTENS WHERE EV
ERYTHING ELSE HAS FAILED. FOR BOOK
LET ON SYSTEMATIC FEEDING AND THE
VALUE OF SOY DEAN MEAL SEE
' JkVtl ' H
J .'. . ...... FOR SALE
Four choice Jot in Katmuki ........ 1 $ 1,600.00
Four chotof Jots on Pacific Helohta ...... . 5,000.00
1 aerta on Tantalus ........ . 3,000.00
A magnificent furnished house at Walkikl ....... ... 27,000.00
2 6-10 acres improved property on upper Liliha Street 9,500.00
. House could not be duplicated for $9000.
Our representative will show
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N07 ' LOCATED v (ad READY
, Sharp ,:gnS -.'
Phone. 1697 '-5;
We have everything for the schoolboy. Bring hfrrt In and Jet us
him up. You will bt jiatlaf led, and of will he.
f i i Cton Dry Goods Co.n
HOTCU STKtCT. f k 1 OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Opens Oct. 7th
5 Courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type
writing, English, - Amly Show Card
I Writing, rawing, Mathematics, etc.
i ENROLL TODAY
Sim-la! Str-BulUtln Corix-Kprnidfuce
- WAILUKU, Oct 4.Dr. S. P. Rns.
siD with "his' wife arrived on Satur
day, and are making their home at the
Maul Hotel. Dr. Russel has practiced
dentisty for some years in New York
City. For health reasons he and Mrs.
Russel. had to seek a warmer climate.
Arriving in Honolulu on 6 imply a va
cation trip they become so fond of
the Islands that they decided to re
main here and make Hawaii their
permanent Home. Dr. Russel Intends
to travel about Maui on professional
f A big luatx is to be given on Satur
day at one o'clock to members of the
rltrrtnn ViaenViatl tasm on1 Vi A
gatta crew. . A large sum has been
subscribed by local people as an ap
preciation of what the boys did for
Maui. The luau will be given on the
fipaciouR' 'grounds or Judge Johu W.
Kaluar Mra. Kalua has charge of the
whole affair. A large number of in-
thiict rn t J
alkUM LVM LIU.
the Sign Painter
vitations have been issued to the sub-
' It . . I- M J
Miss Melissa Rickard has been in
the Malulani Hospital for a few days.
She has successfully undergone a
slight operation. In a week more she
will be abje to return to her own
H. Gooding Field is visiting Maui
for a few days. He . is the guest of
his brother at the Maui Hotel.
. Miss Mary Mitchell, the new teach
er at the Wailuku public school is
rooming at the William and Mary
Alexander Parsonage. .
Heavy showers have been falling
at Haiku and Pauwela the first part
' of the week, and at the Honokohau
side of MauL During the last few
days it has been raining hi Iao Val
. ley, so that the Wailuku Sugar com
I pany's ditches are running full.
A coast artilleryman was picked up
by the police last night in front of
the Mint saloon. He was very much
under the .influence of liquor, and also
showed evidence of having received a
icious h'!iliiiK by someone. lv was
taken to the Queen's Hospital for repairs.
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Villiamson & Battolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
rhene 1 18 - P. a llox MS
O MERCHANT STREET
Honolulu StocK Exchange
NAME OK STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric. Co
Haw. Com. A bug. Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
rionomu Sugar Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co. ......
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co. .
Kekaha Sugai Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBrydo Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co.
Onomea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
PasHihau Sugar Plant Ca
Pacific Sugar Mill
Paia Plantation Co
Pepeekfo I3ugar Co
Pioneer Mill Ca
Waialna Agric Co
Wailuku Sur Co
Walmanalo Suear Co. . . .
Wairaea Suga dllll Co. . .
nter-Islani Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . ,
Hon. R. 7. & L. Co., Pref.
Hon. R. T. A L. Co.. Coxa.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Qahu Hi & L. Ca
Hilo R. R. Co Pfd
Hilo R, R. Co., Com
Hon.B.& M. Co.
Haw. If rgtn. Co..
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjoni Olok Ita, pd- up.
Pahang Rub. Co
Hon. D, & SI. Ca Asa...
; BONDS. v
Haw.Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) .
Haw.Ter.4 ; .
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Impa
Haw.Ter. 4 V4
haw. Ter. Zft & .
Cal. Beet Stag. & Ret Co. tt
Hon. Gas. Co.. UdL, 6i.
Haw. Com. & fug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R. Co., Isaue 1901 .
HUo R-it Ca, Con. 6 . . .
Honokaa Sugar Qo., 8 . .
Kauai By. Ca $a
UcBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual TU 6w........
Oahu R. U Co. 5 .....
Oabu Sugar Co. 5
' Pn( Snv If 111 nn Urn
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
WaialuaAgric Od.5 ...
Natomas Con. 6s. ........
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6 1
Haxnakua Ditcb 6 . . . . .
' . SALES. .
Between Boards 50 O. R
150. 12 O. RI A L Cn. IT.O' 8 f
L. .Cd. 150. 10 H. C. S. Co. 41U: in
Brewery 22, 20 -Brewery 22, SO Brew-.
ory.Ri 5 Kekaha S15, 50 Ewa 2S.
Session Sales-4 O. R. & L. Co. 150
Latest sugar qu6tat!brfr 4.14 cents,
or .$82.S0 per ton. 4 ; ;
I . . Exchange. ' AA;v
Members Uoiolola ' Stock aid Bead
POET 'AJftf liCnAKTSTBBETS
i, Telephone lfOS. t y-.'i-
c 6 Co.,
STOCK AfcD BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box CS3' Phone 2111
Member ; Hoaololu BtocX " and' Bond.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members UoioIqIq Stock and pond
Stangvnwnld Bid?, 102 Merchant St
J. P. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca
ulpa ruober; Purisslma Hills Oil stock;
" W E. LOO AN CO.
Ream 17 Bacon Bloek. Oakland, CaL
Tel. 414 V
REAL ESTATE, LOANS,
INVESTMENTS and RENTALS
73 Merchant SU Room No. 4
Honolulu, T. H.
Mrs. Hartman will hold a spiritual
meeting in Odd Fellows' Hall Sunday,
October ;. at 7 :.'! o'obcK Private
reading daily Irom y a. in. to 1 p. m.
at No. i Cottage Grove.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack ring up 2307.
Wanted Two more passengers
around - the - island at $..
1 Stables and Garage. Tel. 11 U.
! I51ack and whi.e check and Cordu.
j rty Hats. Dii-kcrson's. 7i S. P.er'."-
Cressaty.- the real estate man. lias a
number of bargains. Cull turn up at
4147 and make an aptQintment.
Call and see tile Expert Hat Clean
ers on Fort street. They do best
work on Panama and felt hats.
1 The milk supplied by the Honolulu;
i Dairymen's Association is absolutely
pure and very rich in food value,
i Whitney & Marsh announce that
j their first displays of French and
j American novelties are now ready for '
, viewing. 1
I Pineapple sooa and Hire's Root Beer j
I excellent summer drinks are bot-'
I Ud by the Consolidated Soda Works. !
i l'hoae 2171. I
Ask your friends to show you what I
they got for their Green Stamps. And j
always ask for them when you buy.
Rulers Given Away. A nice 12-in.
Ruler 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 gf t r complete Boy Scout suit
for vacation Green Stamp Store,
BeretanU and Fort streets.
Have you seen the" wonderful pano
rama picture books tor cniiaren at
Arleigh & Ca's? These are the mosL
attractive books for young children
ever brought to Honolulu.
At the French Laundry, 777 King
St., a specialty is made of cleaning
women's gowns and wraps and the
Merit is done under the personal su
pervision of Madame Abadie.
Rapid tuition given in Music, Violin,
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo ny Prof.
L. A. de Graca. New and easy meth
od. Terms moderate. Address 175
Beretania avenue. Phone 3643.
The question of co-partnerships
among large corporations received
some attention by Secretary of tne
Interior Walter L. Fisher during the
last sessions of his public inqriuy.tn
, There will be a meeting of the Col
lege Club at the Colonial on next
Tuesday. Monday's paper will give
the hour. a Mrs. Frear and Mia Oleson
will be speakers at the meeting. A
good attendance is requested.
Tne marked Increase in cholera at
Japanese ports has led local quaran
tine officials to exercise greater pre
caution in the reception of vessels
from the Orient, and., the handling of
second class and Asiatic steerage pas
sengers. As a result of a new ruling by Ter
ritorial Treasurer D. L. Conkling, cor
porations hereafter filing amended ar
tides of association who failed in the
original articles to exprecs a desire
to. form co-partnrships, will not be ner-
niitted (to Insert; such a clause in the
New of the departure for German v
jof J. F. HackieW, acting imperial con
& L. Co 6ul that' country and acting, consul
,ior ixorway, was receivea ibis mum
ing when.Mr. Hackfeld called at the
Government building this morning to
pa Uls farewell respects to Kovernor
ear. He expects to leave Honolulu
next Tuesday. .No work as to his suc-
ceisor has been received here.
J After completing a jury to try the
case against James Fisher, accused of
smuggling opium into the Territory,
the federal district court was adjourn
ed yesterday afternoon to Monday,
when the taking of evidence will be
gin. The jury finally obtained con
sj8ts of James G. Spencer, A. Hocking,
J.P, Kakainai, H. D. Bowen. William
Raposa, J. W. Doyle, Ranney Scott, W.
P. Naquin, John O, EVans, Joseph Fer
haride; C. T. Littlejohn and l). F.
DR. BLUS HAS
The Honolulu friends of Dr. Rupert
Blue, surgeon general of the Public
Health and Marine Hospital Service,
are having a good laugh over a story
that comes from Washington concern
ing Dr. Blue's troubles with inventive
Some time, ago Dr. Blue casually
told a newspaper man he was looking
for a guaranteed rat trap, which would
catch plague-suspected rodents, and in
timated that the manufacturer of such
a device would get a fat contract
The next day General Blue's office
resembled a hardware store. From
all over the country geniuses have del
uged him with sample traps, blue
prints, drawings and models of rodent
catchers and suggestions.
One inventor submitted plans for a
trap which would first imprison the
rat, and then dash him fifteen feet
against a wall, with fatal results.
Drowning, poisoning and electrocution
were included in the thousands of sug
GOVERNOR AND MRS. FREAR
TO' RECEIVE NEXT MONDAY
Governor and Mrs. Frear will hold
their first reception of the season on
Monday, October 7. 1912, from four to
six at their home "Arcadia" on Puna
Receiving with Governor and Mrs,
Frear will be .Mrs. Charles Adams and
Mrs. Chester Snider.
Others who will assist will be Mr.
and Mrs. Mott-Smith, Mrs. Walter F.
Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
1-Jndsay, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dow
sett, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Babbitt, Mffes Violet Ath- j
erton. Miss Margaret Peterson and
Miss Margaret Waterhouse.
No. 202 7-room house, Kuakini
No. 203 7-rocm house, Liliha St. 2000
No. 204 4 cottages and stables. . 6500
CRESSATY - - Telephone 4147
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Orcein cf Tarter
LONGS FOR HAWAII
"It is already seven years that I
left the 'Paradise,' but I have never
lost interest in the finest spot of
God'a earth," so writes Brother G.
Bertram, now of St. Louis College,
San AntoniouTex., to Secretary II. P.
Wood of the promotion committee.
Brother Bertram was stationed here
for twenty-two years and is very well
known. He says:
San Antonio, Tex., j
Sept. 20, 1912.
Mr. H. P. Wood, Honolulu, T. H.
My Dear Sir: I gratefully ac
knowledge the receipt of the as
sorted folders you mailed me
lately. Those publications are
neat, interesting, attractive and
instructive. I thank you also for
your kind note; it proves that
you still remember me by name
It la already seven years that I
left the "Paradise" but I have
never lost interest in that finest
spot of God's earth. By your en
ergetic and intelligent promotion
work, you have done much to
make it known to others. It has
been ray "home" for 22 consecu
tive years and. I can truly en- .
dorse every ; word you" say in its
TJe folders , you sent me ans
wer my purpose at present.
Should I ever want more I will
. remember your kind offer.
With best wishes for your con
. tinued success and welfare and
with aloha to yor chairman,
who I know quite well, I remain,
, my dear sir,
Resp. and gratefully yours,
BRO. G. BERTRAM.
STOCKS AND SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 4.
Closing quotations for Hawaiian1
stocks here today are as follows: ' i
Hawaiian Sugar 414
Kilauea . .
Union . .
OIL STOCKS :
Amalgamated Oil not quoted.
Associated Oil 44 44i!
Unlisted and mining stocks un-
NEW YORK, October 4. Raw
sugar steady; Muscovado, 89 'test,
3.64c.;,. centrifugals, 96 test, 4.14q.;
molasses, 89. test, 3.30c Refined,
Combined with economy in
hosiery is a condition sought
by the average man.
, . .. - r
Leads the way to a realiza
tion of the dream.
We have this brand of
stockings for men in all
sizes and shades
SILK or COTTON
They wear as well as dollar
sox. The silk costs 50c;
In order to make
For Two Weeks Oaly,
Nuuanu Street, near Hotel
AND PACKED IN A
"A SUPPLIED BY :
FORT and MERCHANT STREETS
room for new goods.
be sold Wow cost
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