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HONOLULU KTAIMl U LLET J N, MONDAY, OPT. 7, 1012.
It now established m its .n"w and tommc'lioti;. fdctjry it the
corner cf SOUTH and HUSTACL fvTRCHTS, and prepared to
fill orders in laryc and s.nall quantities for
Hot and Sweet Mango Chutney,
Guava Jelly, and other
Hawaiian Tropical Preserves
AN INSPECTION OF OU R FACTORY IS INVITED
E Williamson & Battolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Phone 112 - P. O. Hoi SiS
S3 flKIM iUM STKKKT
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Mondav, o to!t r
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Who Is Responsible?
AUTO HITS WOMAN AND FRACTURES HER HIP
Mrs. E. P. Murphy, wife of Special Policeman E. I). Murphy,
was struck by an automobile drive n by Fred. ('. Warnicke, chauf
feur for-M. A. Vtotz, at Ellis ami Market streets yesterday aft
ernoon. Her hip was fractured. She lives at 551 Ninth avenue.
She was treated at the central emergency hospital.
THIS MEANS A FINANCIAL LOSS TO SOMEONE
,'4. ccr TU tr IKlcilDAMr.P MANAP.FR
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
923 Port Street
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NOW LOCATED and READY
TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter
NAME OF STOCK.
I C. Ill ewer & Co.
I SI CAR.
I Kv;i Plantation Co ,
i Hawaiian Agric. Co
Haw. Com. . bwg. Co.
j Hawaiian Sugar Co
j Honnnm Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. ,
Kahuku Plantation Co. .
Kekaha Suga Co. . .
Koloa Sugar Co
MrP.rydc Sugar Co
Oabu Sugar Co.
Omunea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
Pauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Peueekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Waiaiua Agric Co
Wailuku Sufcr Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Wairnea Sugai Mill Co. . .
Intel -Island Steam N. Co,
JIawaiian Electric Co. . .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . ,
Oahu R. & L. Co
Hilo R. R. Co.. Pfd
Hilo R. R. Co., Com.
Hon. R. & M. Co .....
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., Cs
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.G., pd. up.
Pabang Rub. Co
Hon. D. & M. Co. Ass. ..
Haw.Ter. 4 (Fire CL) ..
Haw. Ten 4
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 414
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Ter. 3 t
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co. ti
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd.; 6a.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hlo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hilo R. R. Co., Con. 6 . . .
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Hon.R.T.& L.C0. 6 ...
Keuai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Suzar Co, 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6i
OahuR. ALCo. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
; Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s
noneer Mill Co. 6
Waialua Agric Co. 5 . . .
INatomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6
i : 4?
I 40 ! 4' Si
! 7h 8
i ! 21
! ! '7
5J ' i 5'"
('A j 26 ;4
JO;, 31 H
149 5 50
96 x 97 a
We have evcrytlilmj for the schoolboy. Bring him In and let us fix
Mm up. You wilt be satisfied, and so will he.
: GantonJDry Goods Co.,
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Opens Oct. 7th
Courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type-,
writing, English, Arithmetic, Show Card
Writing, Drawing, Mathematics, etc.
' Sales Between Boards: 100 Pincap.
pJe, 44; 15 Inter-Island, 200; 350
Olaa, 5; 3000 Hilo Ex 6s, 07.
Latest sugar quotation: 4.14 cents,
or $82.80 per ton.
Beets 9s 7 34d
VVATERBOUSB TROST CO
Members llonolalo . Stock
FORT AD MERCHANT
For a hack ring up 2307. j
: Wanted Two more passengers Ur
; around - the - island at $'. IwisJ
i StaMes and (Jarage. Tei. I'Ml. j
I Found Hw we ran save you from '
1 buing new hats, ly having the old;
i om-s cleaned by The Expert Hntt!' i
j Pineapple ooa and Hire's Roct Beer j
excellent summer drinks are tot-j
!tled by the Consolidated Soda W orks, j
; Phone 2171. ;
Asked. 1 Ask your friends to show you what j
j j they got for their (Iroen Stamps. And
j- always ask tor them when you buy.
j i hcy're free.
j io;s t Ensign Paul Marshall Hates, who
j I married Miss Kay Bell of Honolulu a
;Vw weeks ago, is an engineer off'-r
(on the California. Mrs. Bates is stii!
i in Honolulu.
i Rulers Given Away. A nice 12-in.
I Ruler given to all schwl children buy
I ing their school books and supplies of
i Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.
Bring 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar and get r complete Boy Scout suit
for vacation Green Stamp Store,
Beretania and Fort streets.
The regular October meeting of Epi
phany Guild of Kaimuki will be 'held
at 6 o clock this afternoon in the
Guild hall. All members and friends
are cordially invited.
Rapid tuition given in Musi-?, Violin,
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo r?y Prof.
L. A. de Graca. Ne,w and easy meth
od. Tterms moderate. Address 175
Beretania avenue. Phone o43.
The regular meeting of the Hono
lulu Press Club, to be held this even
ing, has been postponed until Mondav
evening, October 14, at the club quar
ters above the Public Service Associa
Prior to his departure on Wednes
day .for the mainland, J. Scharlan, of
the Hawaii theater gave a farewell
"stag" dinner at the Union Grill last
night to eighteen friends. Following
the dinner the host took his guesis for
an auto ride.
Accident insurance is as necessary
as any other form of insurance. Au
tomobile accidents are, numerous and
when someone is hurt who is to pay
the costs without having to go into
court? The manager of the insurance
department of the Hawaiian Trust
Co.. Ltd., 923 Fort street, will tell you
all about the best forms.
Herman Voelkers, alleged a seaman
in the United States cruiser Mary
land, was placed under arrest by
Chief of Detectives McDuffie charged
with desertion. At the time the crui
ser 'sailed Voelkers is said to have
watched the departure from the
neighboring hills. He will be sent to
the coast to join his ship.
Among the marines now fighting in
Nicaragua are two officers formerly
stationed at Camp Very, Honolulu.
Lieut. Col, Long, second in command
in Nicaragua, preceded Major Neville
as commander of the detachment at
Camp ,Very. Captain Ramsay, who
was here under Lieut. Col. Long, is al
so with the fighting column.
As a result of a collision with a
machine driven by H. S. Johnson, an
engineer in charge of road construc
tion in Ewa district, a Japanese nam
ed Masamue was taken to the hospital
suffering from many bruises, be
sides a broken collar bone and arm.
The police will make an investigation
of the accident. The Japanese was
riding a bicycle and both parties
claim having traveled on the right side
of the road.
If the Correa family had moved to
Palolo hill district some years ago at
a time an offer was made by a land
company, paying a premium of a con
siderable sum for each child born in
the district, a large and imposing
bank account would have been their
lot Mrs. G. F. Correa, residing at
Kula, Maui, is reported to have pre
sented her husband with their twen
tieth child. The overjoyed father is
Henry May & COo9 U&
pleasure in announcing
have taken the Agency
'THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
and receive importations direct!
the Apollinaris Spring, Neuenahr, Germany.
Bottled Only at the Spring, and Only with its Own Natural Gas.
Harry Armltage & Co.,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 683 . Phone 2111
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Your Grocery Orders
WILL HAVE PKOMPT ATTENTION' AT THIS STORE.
Goeas Grocery, Ltd.,
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AD BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stangcnwald Bid?., 102 Merchant SL
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd,
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of al! kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca-
1 ulpa ruuter; Purissima Hills Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block. 'Oakland. CaL
Old Hickory Chairs & Tables
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
Tel. 414 V
REAL ESTATE, LOANS,
INVESTMENTS and RENTALS
78 Merchant St., Room No. 4
Honolulu, T. H.
No. 202 7-room house, Kuakini
No. 2C3 7-room house. Liliha St. 2000
No. 20-1 i cottages and stables. . 6500
CRESSATY - Telephone 4147
fifty.six, while the mother is much
Enrolled as a soldier in the IT. S.
army, Veltcho N Madoloff, a former
Bulgarian soldier, only regrets that
he is not free to return to his native
land and engage in the war which thp
unked Balkan states are about to
wage against the Turks. "Bulgaria
has a splendid army of 390,000 men,"
lu- said, "and the other Balkan states
will look to Czar Ferdinand of Bul
garia to lead them against the Turks.
He is an aggressive man and a thor
ough soldier. Madoloff was born in
Macedonia' and his family has suffer
ed much from the Turks, his father
dying in prison. He came to America!
as a member of a committee to solicit)
funds to back a Macedonian, uprising j
which came to naught.
IN FITTING STYLE
The Lusitana Society on Lunalilo
and Alapai streets was the scene of t
much festivity Saturday night, when '
nearly two thousand people turned out.,
to celebrate the second anniversary of i
the establishment of the Republic of ,
Dancing in the main hall prevailed '
throughout the evening, the music be- :
ing furnished by the Hawaiian band. .
Madam Alapai sang a number of Ha- !
waiian songs. The host of the even-1
ing was Consul General Canavarro, :
and Major Camara had charge of the ;
dancing. The hall was decorated with :
a number of the flags of the new re- ;
nublic and a lartre portrait of Presi- !
I The grounds of the society were il- i
I luminated w ith hundreds of red ami i
! green electric lights, the national col-j
i ors. The Concordia band furnished ;
! concert music. Greatly to the delight j
! of hundreds of children 'and grown- i
ups who found no enjoyment in danc- i
ing, R. K. Bonine operated a motion-:
! picture machine and ran off several ;
interesting reels. j
During the evening refreshments
were served and the festivities came ,
to a close at midnight with cheers for 1
the Republic of Portugal and for the
consul general. i
Everything In the printing: line at
Slnr-Ilulletin, Alakea street; branch,
MISS ELIZABETH SCHLEIF
BECOMES MRS. G. L. SMITH
the Islands from Richmond, CaL. near-
ly a year ago, and has been connected
with the afternoon papers since his
Members of Star-Bulletin Staff
United at St. Andrew's
The course of true love is gener
ally accredited with being one block
ed by numerous obstacles, but when
it runs through a newspaper office it
is about the roughest course imagin
able, and the young couple who in the
bustle and confusion of such an insti
tution can attain their heart's desire
are considered entitled to more than
ordinary honors at the bands of the
infant with the bow who watches over
the affairs of lovers.
Two persons who journeyed over
such a course leading through the
Star-Bulletin ohlces, reached the happy
end yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
when Miss Elizabeth Schleif, who for
over a year has presided behind the
NOT WELL ENOUGH TO
counter in the business office, became
the bride of George L, Smith, who for
a number of months has been con
nected with the mechanical staff of
by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Restarick.
Thousands of American girls and
women are dragging out a weary x
tories .with ' distressing -weaknesses
Tr Z.;rv'i lefa'8I'u which are sapping
The wedding was a quiet one, only th., VBrv )fa owav
a few Intimate ' friends and relatives f
their very life awayf
Such women may find joy in living
of the bride and bridegroom being be re8tored iolg0rou9 health by
taking Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
present. Pierce Abbott appeared as
V T t 7 T rV; Compound, a woman's remed for wo
pamed by her sister, Mrs. McGrath. j , ,MH
a.ai a4csu o iiiot rw uivu muo, v wvr mw vw
white and carried a huge bouquet of.
wnue roses. &ue ras given away uy William Laa has been awarded the
her mother. s contract to construct two roads
Mrs. Smith is the daughter of Mr. through the Kuliouou homestead dl
and Mrs., John S, Schleif, her father vision which. wa opened recently. For
being the manager of the Consolidated tlje one which is to skirt the beach
Soda Works, and waa born in Hawaii. ; Laa is to receive $1100 and for the
The bridegroom.' whose father is a'reeular homestead road ID00. or a to-
berry grower of Ixdl, Cal., came to tal of $2000 for the entire job. - ;
At the Price of ah American Product
On'behalf of the 5011 Rexall drug stores, the United Drug Co. of Doston has contracted fsr the output
of the , " . '"
Soap Factory, near Paris. This enables us to offer you a toilet soap equal In every respect to the expensive v
French soaps, ata
"Never Before'? Price , . r .
The Harmony Savon line is made in four odors: ' , )
VIOLETTE DES BOIS - HELIOTROPE - ROSE DE MAI - BRUYERE '
It makes a creamy lather and leaves the skin soft and velvety. The odor Is delicate and lasting. -j-
75c a box of three cakes 30c a calie
Sold only at our store. Come in and let us show you.
FORT AND HOTEL STREET'S
Combined with economy in
hosiery is a condition sought
by tha average man.
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;
if rmHEE Jt
FORT and MERCHANT STREETS