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HOXOLULH ST A R-Btl WjETIN , TTESIXA Yr OCT. if, 1912-
fH . ci ,i.i-t "ii
tu-krt " tin li
,HIiiSilii Jam $e
UiMMsy it ciid: wh y
ft now established In Its sew and commodious factory at the
corner -of SOUTH and HUSTACE STREETS, and prepared to
fill orders in large and email quantities for
Hot and. Syeet
. uuava. Jel
Hawaiian Tropical Preserves
AN INSPECTION OF OU
a In Case Of An Accident tike. This &
h Vho Is Responsible? f
n--AUTO HITS WOMAN
I J K Wrr'O.'fliBtrpfrfVfre I Special Policeman E.D.. Murphy. ;C3fc
1' ' wan struck by an automobile drlten by Fred, C; Warnicke,bauf-v
i fcur for. M. A. Gets, at El lis and -Market Btreet 'yesterday aft- . t&
V J - 'ernook.' Her nip wag fractured,' She lives at 559 'Ninth aventie, Ml :
She was treated at the central emergency hoepitaL" ' I gjf,
p THIS MEANsU FINANCIAL LOSS J9 OEONE
H All A
AM( XU X J X Jl uX X J W Ay XjX AO! XU
; SCHOOL GLOTHING v
We have everything for the schoolboy.- Bring him In and let us fix
him up. You will be satisfied, and to will he. v
. Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET -OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Put up expressly for us
SACHS BUILDING - - -
Coyne: Piiriiiliire Co., Ltd
Wear Shirley President
They adjust themselves to every motion,
t!u y are light. strong', durable, they
avoid pressure on the shoulders and pre
vent strain on the garments. They are
' Jibsolutely Guaranteed
Fr careful dressers, for m?n of active
If tc for EVERYONE who cares for com
fort. appearance, economy, and dura
bility SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUS
PENDERS arc indispensable.
S, 000,000 Pain Sold In 1911
I.TitWAT attmvit wt ihf lMK-kb-- mifi lb iniaranti
tiiurlir. Mm and (ruaraiUrd by
The C A. Edgarton Mfg. Co.,
SHIRLEY. MASS.. U. S. A- ,
R FACTORY IS INVITED
AND FRACTURES HER HIP
INSURANCE MANAGER ' 3
m TDIivT rfl I rl
liaUJI ViUe9 UU
Phrt StrDot 11
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by THE C1XEARIERY
- - BERETANIA STREET
lly. and other
Williamson & Battolph
Stock and Bow Brokers
PllftB - ... P. 0 BS
Honolulu iuctl txenange
NAME OF STOCK.
C. prewer & Co,
fcwa LIant7tlon Co.
Hawaiian Agric. Co
flaw. Com. &. tug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Suar Co.
Honomu Sugar Co
Ilcnokaa Sugar Co. .
Htikn Sugar Ca
rlulchJoAoa Sugar PUni.
KahukU rif L9Mnc Ca .
Keliaha Sugai Ca
Kotaa Sugar Cp
Mcftrjrdo 6,uf ar Co
(tola Susar Cr.. ..:
Onomea SuffU- Co
CJaa Susrar Ci) Ltd
Panhau Bugar Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pnla Plantation Co
Pepecko Sugar Co
Picueer Mill Ca
iVailuku Sukc Ca
Walnianalo Swear Co. ...
Wairaea Sugai wlill Co. . .
Inter-Igiand Steam N. Co.
-Hawaiian Electric Ca
Hon. R.T. & L. Ca. Pref .
Hon. R.T. & L. CoM Com.
Mutual Telephone Ca . . .
Oahu R. & L. Co.
HHo R. R. Co.. Pfd,
Hilo R. K. Co.. Com. ....
Hon. B. & M. Co.
Haw. Irrgtn. Cc. Cs
44 1 '
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok itC p4. up .
Pahaxg Rub. Co.. .......
Hon. IX & M. Ca Asa. . .
HaF.Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) ..
Haw. Ter. i Punl Imns
ix.w.Tpr.4tt . .
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ret Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 6s.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R. Co., Isiuo 1301 .
Hilo R, R. Co., Con. 6 . . .
Honokaa Sugat Co., 6 . .
Hon. R. T, A L. Ca 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Ca s........
MBrjde Sujar Ca 6 . . .
Mutual .Tel. 6.
Oahu R. L. Co. 5J;
Oafiu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Cp. ..... r .
ac. anz. mui ua qs . . . . .
aiaiuaAgrfc Oasz ...
(Natomas Con. to.
i Pawn 7 Trrfpaf ton Cri T
Hausakua :dUc!k . . .
100 pahu, 2GV4, . Qp .Oahu 2.64, 200
Oahu 26U,25 Oahu 264, 2 Oahu
WA, 25 Oahu 26. 2(J Oahu -26. , 65
Oaha 30 Pioneer Jl. 5 Pioneer
31, 65 Pioneer 31, 203 Hilo Com. 8
t c M.Jn. 00 ftr n. nn . .
Brewery .23, 1 Brewery 22, SflOO Hilof
Ex. 6s 97. ' - j
,v Session 6ales-50 Honokaa 8,' o'
unn-rtkm- rs a iui . .
Pineapple 4 , 10 Honkaa 3, 10 Ono
Latest 5igar quotation: 4.14 cental
or $820 per ton.
9 s 8d
Vfmberfl UenoInlB 9tock ant'loM
F08T AHT HJcalNT STTS
Armitage & Co.,
AND BOND BROKERS
P. a Box U3 ' Phene 2111
HONOLULU. HAWAII '
&f smher Honolulu : Stock and Bond
V: Exchange ' '
STOCK An D BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Slock and Bend
; : ' Eieksnge ' r
SLingennald Bid;, 102 Merchant SL
!J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
- Phone "1572 ' t- '
We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hldaixo. La Zaca
ulpa ruuber; Purlssima Jiilla Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block. Oakland.' CaL
No. 202 7-room house, Kuakini
No. 203 7-room house, Liiiha St. 2000
No. 204 1 cottages and stables. . 6500
CRESSATY Telephone 4147
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack ring up 2307. j
Black and white check and t'onlu-
MSJroy Hats. Dickenson's. 76 S. Rere--
t A. N. Sanford. optician, Boston'
building. Fort street, over Henry May
Wanted Two more passengers for
around - tbe - island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
Mrs. Martha Blatt. nee Voss, is now
of the firm Macgregor & Blatt, High
Class Milliners. Fort nr. Pauahi St.
Found How we can save you from
buying new hats, by having the old
ones cleaned by The Expert Hatters.
Pineapple soua and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are Dot-
lied by the Consolidated Soda Works,
hone 2171. i
Ask your friends to show you what
I they got for their Green Stamps. And
(always ask for them when you buy.
They're free. who, neath the tropic moon and sun.
Rulers Given Away. A nice 12-in.lare far removed from Washington,
Ruler given to all school children buy- I) C."
ing thtlr school books and supplies of t A large portion of the 120 pages of
Wall, Nichols Co., Ud. tbe magazine consists of correspond.
Brins 19 Green Stamps and one do'r enca between tbe publisher,-Mr. Bass,
tar and gel r complete Boy Scout aultjand statesmen in Washington, togeth-
for vacatlc. Green Stamp Store.! with "tracts from public docu-
Beretanla and Fort streets. a" ,to 8b40W1 thctac!iC8 S? !he
cor &w X ,bJ Ircat iJte Purpose of preveatl-g the j-rket-
Mont Rouge wines, for excellence
ni flavor and superior bouquet, excel
all vines grown In California. W. C.
r'eacock & Co.. Ltd., phone 1704, are
The present is a good time to have
your liwn levelled off an,d the te-
ment walks laid. See the Honolulu' 5re?9 while abolishing tbe butch
Cpm?truction and Dray ing Co., Bobin-igtandaref gubsutute a branding pro
eon Building, o;aeen Street f that ' has practically the same
Thje funeral of Mrs. Phillips will effect namelT. nlacinjs all cane' su-
jUlce placje this afternoon at 2:30 from
the undertaking parlors of H. H. W1I-
nams. ine miermeni win oe at rva- a ieafiet inserted in the magazine,
lihtwaena Catholic cemetery. "Per: hundred pounds, beginning at
Jlapid tultioa given in Music, Violin. 75 degree it stipulates an import
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo &y iToMuty of $0.9o (the same aa the pres
L 4. de Oraca. New and easy melh-'eut law) and for, each added "degree
odV Terms moderate. Address 175j$o.026 per degree. (Existing law
Beretanla avenue. Phtme 24 3. I stipulates ?(W35.) .
'; If. fou want a varnish of the high j "Na color stipulation regarding
eL qualify, ask for Elastica. .Tbis classification, or, In other words, no
yarnlsh. and ajso .the perfection of
white enamel, SaUnette, are sold by
Lewera & Cooke, 177 Sp; Kins St
' John Silva, known among the pu
gilists as tbp "Punjchbowi Demon has
had a' charge pf assault placed against
him by a young Portuguese woman, al ties. ' ' : j, .
Chief McDuffie arrested him yester-,1 "No branding required on sugars,
day., (both domestic or fqreign, 'Made for
Tou are not too busy to have your, or-MCpniened to' any sugar melting
portrait taken, for at the Perkins
Studio, where the most advanced
uethnds of " photography are used ?
cnly a moment is occupied in tbe
"lakipg."- ' .
A. young negro named Buckley Is
being searched for by the police, who t
allege Vjthat Buckley Is connected with
the theft of a -watch' and chain. It Is '
claimed, he -trieato sell the watch ta
s . Triend of ; the : owner who recog
nizelL ;: ; v;
'A trip to llaleiwa on tbe limited;
train;-Sunday at an expense of four)
dollars - Including lunch and chicken,
dinner is m.oney and time well spent ;
..- Eagle butter sold, at, the Goeas Qro-
ftery;. -gachs Bunding, oeretania t.,
PUt,ne, :41' , ,s l, superi9rj
to any sold in Honolulu.
r7li eJl s?rW insRecwrs new
a t-special meeting yesterday and or-
ganfcd for the benefit of the service,!
iiarry ' iviemme was eieciea , cnairmau !
amVCharIes Arnold secretary.; . iThe
Inspectors proppse to meet every Mon- '
day and' exchange news of the sanitary
wpTk;'and exchange ideas as to the f
betterment of eanitary conditions in .
this pit. , ' " , : , j
. Charging negligence on the part of
the" Pacific' Engineering Company;
which' is constructing the new Excel-
stor; Tontiurng , on rprt street, near
Chaplain lane,5 and alleging that he
repelved serious Injuries on the head
from a , falling board while he waa
passirir the scene of building' opera
tions, Alan ley Lee, a Chinese boy, has
brought suit In Circuit Court agamst;
the, company, asking J50O0 damages.
Thy construction firm has kept boys
at the corners of the new . building iq
warn passers Dy to keep. the opposite
side of the thoroughfare, and It will
set up the defense that Lee, disregard-
ed tne warnings.
"Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Beardmdre
were among the returning pasengers
by the Wllhelmlna lest Tuesday. M.
Kfflrdmore, who is bookkeeper at
VV aialua plantation, left Honolulu at
the end of June and made tbe long
journey to England to claim his bride.
On Augnst 28 they were married at
the pretty little village of ' Grappen
hall, bear Warrington, which is tna
home of the parents of both bride an.1
bridegroom. In every sense of the
word it was a typical English wedding.
tLeir friends turning out in force to
do honor to the occasion. On and afVr
November 1. Mr. and Mrs. Beard
more will be at home to their friends
at their new VVaialua home.
STOCKS AND SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7.
Closing quotations on Hawaiian suga
stocks today are as follows:
Paauhau . ..
.. r.7 ....
.. 214 22U
7. All grades
reduced 4c a
NEW YORK. October
of refined sugar were
hundred pounds today.
Raw sugar, steady; Muscovado. S'J
test. 3.64c.;' centrifugal. 96 4.44c;
molasses. S9 test, 3.39c. Refined
ALBIX In Honolulu, Oct. 8. 1912, to
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Albin, a son.
GERTZ In Kaimuki. Oct. 8, 1912. to
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gertz. a son.
MARKHAM In Itrmoluiu. to Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Markhant iSotiny),
October 8, 1912, a son.
i Tli" "Gator is the nuiuo of a maga-
zinc publtsbed in Washington. I. ('..
by V. 1 Haas, the June number of
which has ust been received. Its oni-
blem is an alligator, and its motto,
"Pro cane sugar vs. beet siisar." The
following quotations appear on the ti-
"The struggle between tect sugar
and cane sugar is perpetual. Sena-
tor A.. B. Cummins, May '-'7. 1009.
"Until the American flag covers
more tropical soil." Gator.
This legend under the emblem men-
tioned head the first page of the
number in band:
-The 'Gator U dedicated to the men
' " ---. " " - .
iua5 utui.ro w wtvovicu wjr n
. 1 .l 'fn
that of the annexation of trop -
leal countries to the south of the Uni-
The chief aim of the June number
b to ibow tbat tbe jgg Wu, or the
cftnmromise measure hune un in Con-
-gar 4 the mercy of tbe refiners.
j jt oa jjee what the bill is." says
, Dutch Standard clause
''Nothing added in connection with
any protection for refining.
V "All sugars under $9 per cent: grade
in liave naekacos branded to within
I balf a per cent, subject to severe pen-?
m-. ' " r- '
On behalf of the 5011 Rcxall
Soap Fattory, near Paris.
French soaps, at a '
;;The : Harmony; Say on line ia
. - :
VIOLETTE DE8 BOIS -
lt makes ar creamy ratnerno
m tart .IT ' ' T
1 V- -
r-T - n
Combined with ec onomy in
hosiery is a condition sought
by the average man.
Leads the way to a realiza
tion of the dream.
We . have this brand of
stockinjgs for men in all
sizes arid shades
They 7ear as well gs dollar
so. , The silk costs 50c;
"Sugars over 90 i&t cent, grade,
both refined cane and high grade un
refined beet sugar (such as made in
the Tnited States), are exempt from
the necessity of any branding. Re.
fined sugars under 99 per cent, grade
to have packages branded."
Other inserts found within the m
gazin as it reached the Star.Bulletin
are clippings 'from the Wastington
Herald and Times, the Utter one or
.Munsey's papers, which explain tbe
motive of the flghfrWUV than;any
equal amount of matter in the pages
ot the 'Gator itself. 'The following is
an editorial In the Washington Times
of August I. which puts the iaj as
clearly as may be:
a New Joker In The Sugar Bill.
i -rhe Dutch. Standard and the re-
fiDerg differential have been stricken
cut of tbe 8Ugar in tte tneas-
tu.t Ko. nnur mnA ,.nnrar.n.A.
hut anotller joker nas crep( ln wnich
ruav juftM unfortanate fop tbe
pullk ani just as useful to the Sugar
rtn rlrllHlTl wr nrn.lrn ' ThA I fra
; , , pontoined that nrovlso? and thP
' vi., J ...'k-
.nutisi tho hmnrf.n-
vision. That provision, m actual opera
tion, will serve for; the refiner ; the
same purpose that the' Dutch standard
test now serves, r.: ;;y":; ' ' - '
'"This branding provision is, brlen.
that all unrefined sugar must be plain
ly branded with a statement oide
exact Dolariseope-tested "purity of Jbe
X ;C, 51 JT
I f i .11 , . '
U37 Fort St
I drug 'stores, the United Drug Co. of Boston haa contracted for the output
JLevaiioiG - irerrei:
enabres us : to offer you a toilet soap equal
made In four odors:
ROSE DE. MAI
leavea.ine fKia soys
V j- -':Hi : :
at our store.; Come in and let us show
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
and MERCHANT STREETS
inntents; failure will Incur the pcnal
i fer of the pure food acL But sugar
which Is destined for the refiners
need not be thus branded. :
I "Now, that provision woult Lave the-
effect of sending alt ;he sugar to the
refiner, just aa now la the actual
manufacture of sugar In the tropics,
by the centrifugal procer, it Is im
possible to attain unlforrty la quali
ty. Consequently .there would be nec
epf ity of testing the contents of every
barrel, with, the polarircope, tn order
to be sure of branding It correctly. .
That would be utterly impossible: tnc
extiense and delay would nrcHcallv
wtie out tho Jialu of the auga. The "
pclariscope test Is difficult, laborious,
expensive. If every barrel of sugar
entering our ni'ional consumption bU -,'
to be tested in this mmber, thercr
wruld not be polarlf copes enougn in
tb world, or expert oierators of them,
to handle the business. Tho country
wnu!d be without siitr. . ; ,
"The branding' clanse. then would
require a test that Is lmpai. .r - The
refiner being exempted, the suga
could go directly 'to him; but thv con
sumer would tedeprlvedof the pri,
lege of taking It direct. ; : , '
"The old Dutch, standard clause was
intended to make It Impossible icf the
consumer to buy any unrefined sugar.'.
L did Just thaL forcing ail tropic sig
ars to be sold to th refiner. ;
"The branding ciaiue accomplishes
exactly this same end in another way,
It was worked into the bill inroi-M
the consolidation 1 of the Lodge nndv
Bristow measures; Lodge had It tn
Lis - measure. Bristow did not. It is J
simply the Dutch standard In disguise..
It works the same way; it takes care
of the refiner's cinch, it cuts off the
consumer's chance to get some com
petitive benefits. ' H should by - all ;
means be taken but of any legislation
that passes.! - - - v
Stir-BolletlB Afi. are Best Business
CO., Ltd. -
in every respect to the expensive
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