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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY. OCT. II, 1912.
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Williamson & Battolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
LOCAL AND GENERAL
"the queen CF TABLE WATERS." j
Its world-wide use attests its merit. i
The Xew Yvrk Medical Journal, j
It is the Table Water of Royalty, Princes j
and our own Sovereign People.
Xew York 'Tribune. I
Sole Importcn: HENRY MAY L CO., Ltd.
For a hack ring up 2307
13!ack and white deck
Phone; 11)2 j ' P. tL, Ho 62s ; r0v Hat.-.
S3 MtlirHAVT STKEET ; tania.
'mT'fTTTfT! j Regular
! No. ilG. I
7i ri. Hr--
Honolulu StocK Exchange
meeting of Honolulu I-dge
P. O. K'ks, this t veiling ut
VriJny. 0.-toter 1
Furniture and Piano iovini
Lorrin K. Smith
Hawaiian Express Co.
Nuuat)U and Queen Streets
NAME OF STOCK. Bid1. Asked.
C. Brewer CO
Ew a Plantation Co j
Hawaiian Agric. Co
Haw. Con;. tvs. Co. ... ! 4 1
Hawaiian a?ar Co j 4oVi
Honornu Sugar Co. :
Honokac Sugar Co j S
Haiku Sugar Co ;
i HuleMnson Sugar P'unt. . !
Kahuku PIautior. Co. . j
KfcJiahSugai Co ;io
Koloa Sugar Co
I MeBryde Sugar Co
f Oabu Sugar Co j 2"
Ouomea Sugar Co. .. '
! Claa Sugar Co Ltd j 5
I Pantihau Sugar Plant. Co. ' .. .
Pacific Sugar Mill I
' Paia Plantation Co
One hundred ! u
j Pepeekeo Sugar Co. . ,
! Pioneer Mill Co
New Goods Mow osi
i i i i
1137 -Fort St:
W Incase Of An Accident Like This
a '" Who Is Responsible?
' AUTO HITS WOMAN AND FRACTURES HER HIP
Mrs. P. TV Murnhv. wife Of Sneeial Policeman E. D. Murphy, S3
.. , - . - . . Wi.
r?3 was Btruck Ly an automonue flriven ty rea. u. warnicKe, cnaui- cia
jr m a r- n 1.-1 H oti.l Kn1ra ofrania vuatonliiv ft. . 5
ernoon. Her hip was fractured. She lives at 559 Ninth avenue. j5
g She was treated at tlie central emergency' hospital.
4- 'THIS MEANS A .FINAtiCIAL loss to someone
ii ii; t; x j mxxJ ;a Zulu xi u s;; x iii Li U Rii xj s
MSlAfl TRUST CO., Ltd.
923 fort Street
1 Walalua Agric Co
Wailuku Sunr Co
VVaimanalo Sucar Co. .
Wairuea Suga Mill Co.
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oabu R. & L. Co
Hilo R. R. Co.. Pfd i 8
Hllo R. R. Co.. Com
Hon. B. fcM.Co.
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., Cr
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.C., pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co
Hon. B. & 1. Co. Ass. ..
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Haw. Ter. 4
IFaw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4H
haw. Ter. S' i
Cal. Beet Bug. & Ret. Co. ti
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd.. 5s.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R. Co.. Issue 1901.
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Hon. R.T. A L.Oo. 6 ...
Kauai By. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Oalm R. L. Co. &,
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pac Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Valalua Agric Co. 5 ...
! Natomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co.
Hamakiia -Ditch 6..
Ioi! sale at lioy
toiuorrow all d.;y
Kind's Uaught rs.
Wanted Two more pa.snfrers for
around - tl.e - islam: at V'j Lewis
h-tables and Garage. Tt-!. .'Ml.
Airs. Martha li!atr. iwv Voss, is nov.
of th' lirm Macgrt-fj:;r U Hlaa. High
Class Milliners, Fort nr. Pacati? St.
Found How we can ?af you from
Laying new hats, by haing the old
ones cleaned by TIi: Expert IhittrK.
Pineap;:e Moaa and Hire's Root beer
i jxceileM suuirr.er drinks are Lot
i 1 1 J by tho 'Jonnolidated Soda Works,
i I'hone 1.
Ask yo-jr friends io show yon what
they got for tluir Green Stamps. And
always ask for them when you buy.
The Pacific Mail liner China from
Hongkong by the way of Japan ports
will carry the next nnii destined for
Tonight is Ladies' Nit;ht at the V.
M. C. A. li marks the firs; anniver
sary of the building. There will be
s musical program.
Dr MacLennan removed to Alakea
St.., next Pacific Club a few doors be
low Beretanla Ave. Wonderful cures
of chronic diseases by new serum
treatment. Phone 2630.
The work of tearing down Bishop
wharf, an old waterfront landmark in
under way. This wharf will give way
to a slipway.. for the new Inter hland
Steam Navigation drydovk.
The American tanker Santa .'ana
now at the port discharging oil con
signed to tne local Drawn ot tne
Union OH Company wiil be given a
prompt dispatch for the coast.
Rapid tuition given in Mnr.i Violin.
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo Dy Prof.
L A. de Craca. New and easy meth
od. Terms moderate. Address 175
Beretania avenue. Phone o43.
Work has been started by . the Ha
waiian Pineapple Company toward re
placing its cannery buildings of wood
tmd corrugated iron at lwilei with re
inforced concrete construction.
Every child wilting a letter to Santa
Claus, addressing it to WALL, NICH
OLS COMPANY, HONOLULU, giving
their Post Office address, will be re
membered at Christmas time. Don't
Upholstered Drapery Work
' H6PP & CO., Ltd.
Between Boards 15 Telephone 26,
r Oabu 2.1. 10 Oahu 25, 10 Oahu
25, o0 Oahu '25, 10 Oahu 26, 40
Oahu 2G, 10 Haw. Sugar 41, 100
Brewery 23'4. C0O0 Hon. Gas 6s 100,
2000 Hon. Gas 6s 100, 5000 Hilo Ex.
6s 97. 3000 Hilo Ex. 6s 97, 5 Ono-
mea 57, 130 McBryde
No session Sales.
Beimeis Lhm Mam
n u 1
Linen next the skin absorbs moisture rapidly; for that reason
towels and handkerchiefs are made of that material. The
touch of linen is most grateful to the hm shin, and
DeimeVs Linen Mesh, unlike biker material; promotes? rather
than impedes, skin activity. '
BEGIN LINEN MESH NOW
Fort arid Merchant Stsl
Latest sugar quotation:
or $82.20 per ton.
NOW LOCATED and READY
186 :Efechant Street
-Z. , i
TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter
Sugar 4.1 lets
Beets 9s 8 l-2d
Ifeinhers Jlonolula Stock and Bond
FOKT AMD MERCHAM STRiETS
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box CS3 Phon 2101
klember Honolulu Stock and Bond
See our new stock of SHOES. BONNIE LASSIE LADIES and CHIL
DREN'S SHOES. LONDON BOOT-SHOP GENTLEMEN'S SHOES.
CANTON DRY GOODS COMPANY,
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Couches, Chairs and Tables
A small assortment of the famous
PEACOCK CHAIRS and OTTOMANS
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND'BOST) Bfi6KERS ;
Members llonolnln Stock and Bond
Stangenwald Bld? 102 Merchaut St
The return of Duke Kahanamoku
with a trunk full of swimming med
als, and an album of photos showing !
j it il
mm on various uegrees 01 iAiuina.m.j
with reigning' monarch s, woke up la
tent enthusiasm in swimming at Pu
nahou, and lt night tlie water ex
perts of 'the ''seventh grade, Punahou
Prep., held a Swimming meet that was
a big success' from start to finish.
-Following are the results "in full:
Pour tank lengths (finals) Divi
sion B: Ronald Higgins, Howard
I Johnston, FrtM Peterson. Division C:
Werner Smith, James Pratt, Mark
Bertelman. i, Mark Bertelman; 2,
Howard Johnston; 3, Werner Smith.
Time, 37 sec.
'One tank' length (trials) Division
B: Fred Peterson, Francis lowers,
Maynard Davison, Charles Richard
son, Fred Makinney, Howard John
ston. Division C: Franklin Richard
son, Donald Young, Curtis Turner,
Werner Smith, Frederic Waterhouse.
Fir3t heat: 1. Fred Peterson, 2, Don
ald Young. Second heat: 1, Werner
Smith, 2, Curtis Turner. Third heat:
1, Howard Johnston; 2, Frederick Wa
terhouse. Best. time. 8 1-5 sec.
Plunge Division B: Ronald Hig
gins, Fred Peterson, Fred Makinney,
Francis Bowers. Howard Johnston,
Maynard Davison. Division C: James
iYatt, Franklin Richardson, Mark
Bertelman. 1, Mark Bertelman, 33 ft.
7 in.; 2. Franklin Richardson, 33 ft.;
3, Howard Johnston, 61 it. 4 in.
Three tank lengths (finals). Divi
sion B: Fred Makinney, Ronald Hig
gins, Howard Johnston. Division C;
James Pratt, Werner Smith, Mark
Bertelman. 1, Mark Bertelman; 2,
Howard Johnston; 3, Werner. Smith.
Time, 25 1-5 sec.
One tank length (finals) 1, How
ard Johnston; 2. Curtis Turner; 3,
Werner Smith. Time, 8 sec.
Two tank lengths (trials) Division
B: Fred Peterson. Fred Makinney,
Francis Bowers, Maynard Davison,
Charles Richardson. Division C: Cur
tis Turner, James Pratt, Donald
Voting, Ffanklin Richardson, Frederic i
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd,
STOCK BROKERS ,
Information Furnished and Loan
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
'.Hit-'-fi ''" V - . .
At the Price of an American Product
On behalf of the 5011 Rexafl drug stores, the United Drug Co. of Bostoff has contracted fofMhr output
of the ' ' : "' ' . : ;v:- ---v i?; X: ' ,
Soap Factory, near Paris.
French soaps, at a
This enables us to offer you a toilet s'oap.eqtial In every respect & the SVpenilvt
The Harmony Savon line. Is - made In four odors: ; . :'-'
VIOLETTE DES BOIS - HELIOTROPE . ROSE DE MAI f BRUYERE
It makes a creamy lather and leaves the skin soft and velvety. The odor Is delicate and lasting.
75c a box of three cakes SOca
Sold only, at our store-. Come In and, let us show you, . V
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
OLD ADMIRALTY SUIT
APPROACHES AN END
Briefs : in a damage suit six years
old, the Hoffschlaeger Company ver
sus the ship Paul Isenberg, have final
ly been submitted to Judge Dole, sit
ting as a court in admiralty. The
plaintiff alleges that a shipment of
corrugated ironware, transported to
Honolulu from Germany for the
Hoffschlaeger Company was damaged
to the extent of $750.
Miss Lee Kuter of Los Angeies,
artist, died in Paris of cancer.
The Most Perfect Fruits and Vegetables
Nothing in Tins Equals it
PHONE' 4 138
- - ' - . . BERETANIA STREET
We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca
nlpa ruuber; Purissima Hills Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland. CaL
Waterhouse. First heat: 1. Fred Pe-j
tersoa; 2, Curtis Turner; time, 21 I
sec. Second heat: 1, Donald Young: j
2, Franklin Richardson; time, 21 sec. ,
Two tank lengths (finals) 1, Don
ald Young; 2. Curtis Turner; 3, Fred
Peterson. Time, 2 2-5 sec.
Relay (four tank lengths) Division
aid Higgins, Howard Johnston. Divi-;
sion C: Werner Smith, Donald Young, J
Curtis Turner, Mark Berrelman. 1.1
Division V. Time. 34 1-5.
9,000 MILES OF PAPER
Amerfcau-Hartalian Pjiper Co. Secures
liltr Contnirt from the
Star-Bui let In
No. 202 7-rocm house, Kuaklni
No. 203 7-room house, Liliha St. 2000
No. 204 4 cottages and stables. . 6500
CR2SSATY - - Telephone 4147
ETcrjthJue In the prfntlusr line at
Slar-linllclln, Alakea street; branch,
Men-lu lit street
j The hirKe.t older for paper ever j
j placed in the territory of I lawaii'was (
tt;day secured hv Geo. G. Guild, presi
dent of tbe AinonVan-Hawaiian Paper
& Supply Co.. Ltd.
The order is for iK'Wspaper in rolls,
?r.d if unwound wmiid cov- i- i foot
path 12 inches wid'1 from Honolulu to
This paper will Ik1 printed by the
Honolulu Star-Bulleiir. ;md (i-Mvered
to thousands of homes in the territory
during the next few months.
$ 1 .50
New assortment just to hand in
Madras, Nainsook, Percales and other
Most Comfortable, Serviceable and
All desirable shades and a wide range of pleasing patterns
"The Store for Good Clothes"