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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY. OCT. S, 1012.
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fs now established In ItY new and commodious factory at the
corner of SOUTH and HUSTACE STREETS, and prepared to
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fUl crdir$ In largo and small quantities for
AN INSPECTION OF OU
In Case Of AnAcddent'EiRefrhis1 k
Whrt Is Re
t . : ; r . AUTO HltSxi'O MAN
llrt.iti ri'Mnrphj-i'Vifr ot Special Potlcematt ELD. Murpliy.
vras struck by an atitomobUo at-iveu by Fred. Warnlcke, chaut
feur Tor M. Al Get, at Ellis tind Market -streets yesterday aft
ernoon, -Her fcip waa" fractured. She lives? at 559 Ninth avenue.
She was treated at the central emergency.; hospitat
' THIS MEAN8 A- FINANCIAL LOSS TO SOMEONE
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NOW LOGGED MdREM
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We have everything for the schoolboy. Bring; him- In and let us fix
him up. You will be satisfied, and s? will he.
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HOTEL STREET.' . iOPPOWTE EMPIRE THEATER
' Put up expressly for us by Viifc Cfc AMfiRY
jGoeffls- Grpcgry, Ltd,
: ;.- PHONE 4138
SACHS BUILDING - - - - BERETANIA STREET
G!dicdry Chairs Tables
Wear Shirley President !
They adjust themselves to every motion,
they are light, cool, strong-, durable, they
avoid pressure on the shou Iders and pre
vent strain on the garments. They are
For careful dressers, for men of active
life for EVERYONE who cares for comfort-,
appearance, economy, and dura
bility SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUS
PENDERS are indispensable.
5,000,000 Pairs Sold In 1911
The C A. Er? carton Mfc. Co..
SHIRLEY. MASS.. U. S. A.
R FACTORY IS INVITED
AND FRACTURES HER HIP
the Sign Painter
lly, and other
Stock and Bond Brokers
ir HS2 ivJLox
Honolulu MocK fcxmange
C. Brewer & Co
Cwa Plaat?tion Co.
Hawailarr ASric Co
tfaw.-Cora. fc Hvg. Co
Honomu SutaJ Co
(Icnokaz Sugar Co.
HUo Sugar Co.
Hntehincoa Sagar Plant.
Kahuka riatiion Co. .
Koloa Sugar Co.
MeSryde Sugar Co. :
Oabu EiJgar Co.
Onomea Sugar Co
Claa Sugar Co Ltd
Psaha Sugar PlanL Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill'
Pnta Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Waliaku Sufcr Cor.
Wainianalo Huear Co. ...
Waimea Sngai alill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & I Co.. Com.
Mutual Tclephoae Co. . . .
Oahu R. & L. Co
Hllo R. K. Co Pfd
flilo B. R. Co.. Com
Hon. B. &, M. Co ...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
TanjongOJok fc-C, pd. up.
Fail an g Hub. ilo.
flou. U. & M. Co. Ahb...
fIaWRTer.4Z (FlreCL) ..
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Cal. Beet Strg; & Ref. Co. tJ
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., Sa.
Haw. Com. & Slug. Co. 5
Hllo R. R. CoH Iasue 1901 .
Hllo R. R. Co., Con. 6 .
H oo oka a Suxau Co.. . .
Hon.R.T.1 l.Co. ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Konaia IX ten Co. 6s ..... ,
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
tlntual TeL Cir; . i.
Oahu R. ft L. Co. 5
PacSas. Mil! Co. is ... .
FioaewMJUCo. 6 ......
Walalca Agrlc 'Coi 8 Z . .
Natomaa Con. 6s..
llawu. Irrigation Co. 0
J Iauukua Diten 6 .... .
rj.. . SALES.
Between 1 Boards 200 Oahu ? Z6,
100 Oahu 26', 0 v Oahu 26V4, 200
Oahu 26Vi 2 Oahu 2814. 25 Oalw
E6.j2i-Oahtii26iiV 20 Oahu 26U. 65
Oahn ti. iO Pioneer 81, 5 v Pioneer
81,-60 Pioneer 31,' 205 Hilo Com: 8
18 Brewery 22, . 25 Brewery 22, 15
Brewery 22. 15 Brewery 22, .2000 Hilo
Exes 97. ,
1 Session Sales ;50 Honokaa, 8, 6
Hilo Com. 8, 40 Hllo Com. S, 5
Piircappfe 44, 10 Honokaa' S, 10 Ono
mea 57. -
- Latest sugar quotation:
or $2&T per ton. .
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Wtmbers Htaolnla Stock aid Band
?OBT AMI MEKCHAKT STBEXTS
Telephone. 1S0S. ' 1.
Harry Armitagc & Co.,
STOCK AND BONO BROKER!
P. a Box 683 ' r , Phon 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
. STOcsr Aiai1 bosd bbokehs '
Members llonolnla Stock and Boid
8tangi?-wald Bldg-i 102 Merchant St
J. F. Morgan Co., Lid.
STOCK BROKERS t,
f Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
We ideal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca
ulpa ruofcer; Purlsslma Htlla Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN dL CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block. Oakland, CaL
No. 202 7-room house, Kuakini
No. 33 7-rocm house, LHIha St. 2000
No. 2044 cottages and stables.. 6500
CRESSATY Telephone 4147
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LOCAL AND GENERAL I
for a hack ring' up 2307.
Black and white check and Cordu-
DickerBon's, 76 S: Iter-
Fanford, optician. Bo&toi;
Fort stri, over neiiry .v,ay
j Wanted Two more passengers for
around - the - island at $6.00. Lewis
1 Stables and Garage- Tel. 2141.
j Mrs. Martha Blatt. n? Voss, is now
jo' the firm Macgregor & Blatt, High
) Class Milliners. Fort nr. Pai:a!u St.
1 Fouad How we can gave you from
i bujing new hats, by having the eld
i ones cleaned by The Expert Haters.
j Pinappse sou and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drins are bot
:tlM by the Consolidated Soda works.; more tropical soli.' viator.
! I hoce 2171. This leger.d under the emblem men-
Ask your frifrnds to show ycu what tioned heads the first i;ge of the
jthey got for their (ireen Stamps. And number- in hand:
. i always ask for them when you buy. i -The 'Gator is dedicated to th men
JThey're free. who, 'neath the tropic moon and sun,
t Rulers iliven Away. A nice 12-in.iare far removed from Washington,
Ruler given to all school children buy -
iing their school books and supplies of
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. itne magszine consists or correspond.
Brin 10 Green Stamps and one doWenee between the publisher, Mr. Bass,
lar and gel r complete Boy Scout suittautI statesmen in vvasningcon, toge.n-
for vacai ic j Green Stamp
Beretaniaand Fort streets.
The smoked blue cod. to be aVZ.ZrXCZ: 7-
at the Metropolitan Meat Market t
morrov. or Wednesday, is the great
est fish delicacy sold here.
Mont Rouge wines, for excellence
all wines grown m cajuornia. v. u
l'eacocK & uo., ita., pnone iu. are
The nresent is a cood time to have
yoiir lawn levelled off and the ce-
tA a-m. thn viniiiit
Construction and uraymg Co., Robm-
Ren Br.iWlng, Queen btreet. ! viajoa that has practically the same
The funeral of Mrs. Phillips wiir effect munely, placing all cane su
take place this afternoon at 2:30 from !ffara at the mere v of the refiners,
the undertaking parlors of H. H. Wll-i "Let ns' see what the bill is," says
Hams. The interment will be at Ka
lihi waena Catholic cemetery.
Rapid tuition given in Mnslo. Violin,
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo ay Prof. J duty of $09"r the same as the pres
I UA. de Oraca. New and easy metb-Jeut law) and for each added degree
od.' 'Terms moderate. Address
Beretania avenue.v Phone 3643.
flf yoa -want a varnish of the high
ost quality, ask for Elastic. This
varniah, and also the perfection of
white, enamel, Satlnette,- are sold by
Lewers ft C4oke, 177 So. 'King St.
-John- SUra, known among the pu-
gilists as the "Punchbowl Demon," has
I YnA m rboix nt onu1t TvIaJu1 br4inat:
" I hia by a young Portuguese woman. '
Chief McDuffie arrested him yester
day. ' .
Yon are not too busy to have your
portrait taken, for at the Perkins
Studio. where the most advanced!
ruinous ui ynuiusi)uj arc uat-j
only a moment Is occupied in the
-taking." , '
- A ycung ; negro named Buckley is
bv4ng searched for by the police, who
allege that Buckley ia connected with :
the theft el a watch and chain. It is
claimed he tried to sell the watch t04
Bv-rlend of the owner who recog-'
nized it. .
- A trip to Haleiwa on the limited
tmln Sunday at an expense of four;
dollars including lunch- and chicken
dinner is money and time well spent
Eagle butter old at the Goeas Gro- j
cerr. dacha - Building. Beretania St:,
Phone 4123, is said to be superior 1
to any sold in Honolulu.
Seventeen sanitary Inspectors held4
a special jneetlng yesterday and or- j
ganizrd for the benefit of th8 service.
Harry Kletnme wis elected chairman,
a4 ' Charles Arnold -secretary. The i
Inspectors propose to meet every Mon- V
day and exchange news of the sanitary
work and,; exchange ideas as to the ;
betterment of sanitary conditions in
" Charging negligence on the part of
the Pacific Engineering Company,;
which is constructing the new Excel
sior . building on Fort street, near
Chaplain lane, and alleging that he
received serious injuries on the head
from a. falling board while he was
passing the scene of building opera
tions, Manley lee, a Chinese boy, has
brought suit in Circuit Court against
the company, asking $5000 damages.
The construction linn has kept boys
at the corners of the new building to
warn passersby to keep the opposite
aide of the thoroughfare, and it -will
set up the defense that Lee disregard
ed the warnings.
Mr. and - Mrs. Stanley Beardmdre
were among the returning pasengers
by the Wllhelmina lest Tuesday.
Beardmore, who is bookkeeper at
Uaialua plantation, left Honolulu at
the end of June a.nd made the long
journey to England to claim bis bride.
On August 28 they were married at
the pretty little village of Grappen
hall, near Warrington, which is ta
borne of the parents of both bride and
bridegroom. In every sense of the
word it was a typical English wedding,
teir friends turning out in force to
do honor to the occasion. On and aJ.r
November 1. Mr. and Mrs. Beard
more will be at home to their friends
at their new Waialua home.
STOCKS AND SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7.
Closing Quotations on Hawaiian sugar
stocks today are as follows:
Hawaiian Commercials 42
Hauaiian Sugar 4 1 i
NEW YORK, October 7 All graces
of refined suar were reluood 4c a
hundred pounds today.
Raw sugar, steady; Muscovado. S") '
test, 3.64c; centrifugal. !MV. t.llr.;
molasses, S!)D test. ?,.:v.k iiei'ined
A LB IN In Honolnlu. Oct. S. 1H12
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Albin, a son.
GERTZ In Kaimuki. Oct. 8, 1U1
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (lertz, a son.
MARKHAM In Honnlulu. tn Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Markham Sonny),
October 8, 1912, a sou.
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mum M ALLEGED JOKER
T." "Gator is the nam.? cf c maa-
zine published in Wnshir.gton. D. C,
by W. I Bass, the -lnn number of
which has ast been rceivJ. Its em
blem is an alligator, and its motto,
"Pro cane sugar 'teet sugar." The
following quotations apar on the ti
"Tfe strugjl? between beet sugar
am' cane suear is perpetual." b'eca-
, tor A. B.
Cummii:.. May 27,. 1009.
the American flac covers
- : "Until
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i A large portion cf the 120 pages of
itfr " .V v w VI . v
jraents, all to ehow the tactics of tne
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me purpose oi premiums iu umiKr fhe Bristow bill removed Dutch
5! i:nZhUtM .net differeatial. and contain-
E 7t IL VSZ the T"r i
.that secras to 1)e advocated by the Ga-
itor is that of the annexation of trop-'
Jcal countries to the south of the Uni-
teitatwf' v T.,w mK N'eio That provision; in actual opera
The chief aim of the June number! . v . . t .
t ni or hoftion,1 win serve tor toe renneritne
J I ?l LU 911UW lUal AAUX Will
c ompromise measure hung up in Con-
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wnue aoonsamg tae uuicu
standard. 'substitutes a branding pro-
a leaflet Inserted in the magaxine.
"Per hundred pounds, -beginning at
degrees " It stipulates an - import
0,026 yet degree. y' (Kxtstlng law
"No color stipulation regarding
classification. or, in other words, -.no
1 Dutch Standard clause, ' -
"Nothing added in tocnection with
any protection for refining.
"All sugars under 99 per cent, grade
to have - packages branded to within
half a per cent., subject to severe- pen
alties. ' ;
"No 'branding required on sugars,
toth- domev!c or foreign. 'Made for'
or 'Consigned to any sugar meuing
plant. - vn: 1
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Atiie IPriCfe of an Amcrorlti
On behalf of the 5011 Rexall
Soap Factory, near Paris. This
The Harmony Savon UneTls
VIOLETTE DES BOIS
it LiC. n rMmv lather and
7Sc a box of three
'; , Soldi only
Combined with economy 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
stockings for men in? all
sizes and shades
SILK or COTTON
They wear as well as dollar
sox. The silk costs" 50c;
Sugars ocr 93 per eeat. grade.;
both refined cane and high grade un
refined Ut sugar snch aa made in
the United States), are exempt from
the necessity of any branding. Re.
fined sugars tinder 99 per cfnt. grade
to have packages branded."
Other inserts fourd within the mv
gazin as It reached the Star.Culletia
are clippings from the
Herald and Times, the latter one of
Mnnsey's papers, which explain the
motive, of ths fight better tnan any
qual amount of matter in the pages
of the 'Gator itself. The following is
an editorial in the Washington limes
of August 1, wLhA puts the cae as
clearly as may be:
A New Joker In The Suaar Bill.
"The Dutch Standard aad the re-
fper8- differential have been stricken
cut of the sugar schedule. In tLe meas-
ure hag now g0lie t0 conference;
but anotneP joker has crept in. which
nrsv prove Just as nnfortunate or the
puUic an1 just as use(ul to the Sugar
it inou,a oe tooaea auerwiu.
no "branding proviso The JLodge
lw plumed that proviso; and the
,mMB.Hrtt, mjQ,ei,A aaort 'h
Rrnai itlll rnnfatai th hranrtlne r.ro-
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rppse that th9 Dtttch standard
test, nri-w serves. -
test, ndvr erve?
M."This branding provision Is, brieny,
that all unrefined sugar must be plain-;
y branded with a statement of the
exact polariscope-tested ; purity .of the
1137 Fort Sf
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Hew 6c S3fr BIdwil Eiii!
drug Stores, the United Drufl Co. of . Boston has contracted for the output
enabtea ua toofejf you? a toilet soap etjual
made In four odors:: , . ??.?f.:'.:' '
HELIOTROPE - ROSE DE MAI - BR U YE RE
leaves the sktn soft and velvety. rTh odor Is delicate, and lasting
at pur store.
Come In and let us show
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
and MERCHANT STREETS
ftontents; failure will tnrur the penal
tvtt of the pure food a?t. But saar
ublch la destined for the reflners
need not be tlsus branded. .
-.Vow. that provision vtonli bare the
effect of sending aft the sugar to the I
I rt Sner, Just aa now. In tne aetuai
I manufacture of sugar ln the tropics. V
j by tbejtcirifucal procejt, it is tm-.
' iiMtlhlA in ttaln nntfnn4tr In inil.
i ( - .w w . u a IH .
tj. Consequently .there would ba nee-
edty of testing the contents of every .
barrel, with the polarisrope, m order
to be sure of branding It ' correctly.
That would be utterly Impossible: tno
expense and .delay would nrttically
wipe oat th? alut of the suga. fl 1 1
pclarisccpe test Is difficult. labortoa;
expensife. If every barrel of sugar
entering our national consumpttou hid
to be tested in this manner, there
wculd not be polart&copes enouga In
tht world, or expert operators of them
to handle the business. The tountry .
ntn!d he without susir. "
"The branding clause, then would
require a test that Is tmpoMt'. -e he
refiher being exempted, the sugar ,
could go directly to htm; but th n- .
sumer would be deprived of the pnvi'
lege of taking It direct. r
The old Dutch standard clause was
Intended to make it impossible ror tne
consumer to buy any uareflned sugar.
Iv did just that, forcing all tropic sfig
ars to be sold to th refiner. '
Thef branding cuate accomplishes
exactly this same end In another way.
fit was worked into the bill mroj
the consolidation of the Lodge "tnd
Bristow measures; Lodge had it in
Lin measure. Bristow did not. It is
simply the Dutch standard In disguise.
It works the same way; It takes care
of the refiner's 'cinch. It cutVolTthe
consumer's chance to get some com
petitive benefits. It should' by all
means be taken, out of any legislation
"mat passes.- v
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Star.BuIIelln id. art Best Doslaes
Below Convent -
In every respect to the expenslvt