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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1912.
M Aloha Chapter
All visiting member of the
order areCordiaMy Invited to at
tend meetings fit local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, 618, B. P. 0. .
Honolulu Lodge No.
616, B. P. O. Elks,
meets in their hall, on
King St, near Fort,
every Friday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to 'at
tend. A. E. MURPHY; E. TL
H. DUNSHEE, Sec
Meet on the 2nd
and 4 th Mon
days of each
month at K. P.
Hall, 7; 30 p. m.
Members of oth-
Marlne Enoineers' er Associations
are cordially in
vited to attend, .
WJLr tfeXLLEY LODGE, JfO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur
day evening at 7:30 o'clock' in
K. of P. Hall. cor. Fort and
Beretanla, . Visiting brothers
oordJaily invited to attend.'
A. F. GERTZ, C C
F. F. KILBEY. K. R. B.
JJOXOLULTJ AERIE " 110, F. 0. Er
$ Meets on second and fourth
Wediesday evening -of each
month at 7:80 o'clock, in
T j K. of . P. Hall, corner Fort
and .Beretanla. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend.
' 4 WM. JONES. W. P.
f . s J. W. ASCH, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE 0i;U L O. B. M.
VI Meets every first and third
f -Tuesday 'f aca month-tn
Fraternity Hall; I. O. F.
building. YWUng brothers
cordially.: invited to attend.
Ji C SOUSA. Sachem.
, LOUIS A. PERRY. C of R.
1 HONOLULU LODGE ?. XO. 8y-.-
- L. O. C M.
will meet In Odd Fellows, building,
Fort street, near. King, every Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. '
t Visiting brothers cordially Invited
Co attend. "
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. Dictator.
JAMES W. LLOYD. Secretary..
Oahu Lodge, I. O.
G. TV, will meet in the
roof garden. Odd Pel
Mows Bldg.; first and
third Tuesday at half
nast seven D.m.
GEO. W. PATY, Chief Templar.
II Honolulu were again swept
by a ronihigraUon, could you
collect your Inaoranrel
C: Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent the the Largest and
strongest fire insurance compa
nies In the world.
$1000 Lot on Puunui Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10.000 sq. ft.
91200 10 acres farm land at Kalihl,
1U miles from King St. 1000
910,000 IVi acres at Puunui, adjoin
ing Country Club. As a whole
or In part.
P. L R. STRAUCH.
VYaity Building 74 8. King Street
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
86 King Street, Cor. Fort Street
,1 r X
fif Tf Ag
We have in stock ready for
Immediate delivery the EDISON
K I NETOSCOPE, a perfect motion-picture
for home use pr by profession
als in theaters.
Ask us for particulars.
Photo Supply. Co.,
Fort, Near1 Hotel
Federal Telegraph Co.
(Poul$en Wireleas System)
QalcK and Accurate
1055 Alakea Street
Now handling1 messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, only that we are 10 cents
a word cheaper.'
Office Open Week days: 8 a. m. to
11 p. m. Sundays: 8 p. m. to 11 p. m.
Telegrams Go At.Night
Delivered Next Morning
We Solicit Your Business
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST H0K0BS
At the ' recent .'California State
Fair held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
' A CASH PRIZE
. ON EXHIBITION
Geo. C. Bechley,
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO LTD.
Importers, Machinery and
Automobiles and Automobile
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Cor. King and Bishop St.
Auto Supply Dept. - 3817
Auto Salesroom 3268
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Use PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and v
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
USE THE ISLAND
IN YOUR BUSINESS
Office: Telephone Building
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grant Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of 8ale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST
HONOLULU, Phone 1841.
HERE IS A REAL
! DYSPEPSIA CURE
i - .
"Pape's Diapepsin" Settles
Sour, Upset Stomachs in
Do some foods vou eat hit back
; , . .;r:. : . . .a
c,.- oQ . u , v.. tr .
Lonr, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. 01
Mrs. Dyspeptic jot this down: Pape'3
Diapepsin digests everything, leaving ;
iBiru.ao .v.hin. ..wvnninV
ver was anything so safely quick. sdIbu" " V,k V, A .
ttainly effective. No difference how supervisor, bhnk Sheriff H. ( . Moss
dly vour stomach is disordered vo: n- ( ouny Attorney, J. M. Vivas;
n il' trot Vionnv rolif in five m?nntt.o
but what pleases you -most is that it
strengthens and regulates your stom
mY, so you can eat your favorite foods
Most remedies give you relief some
times they are slow, but not sure.
Diapepsin is quick, positive and puts
your stomach in a healthy condition
o the misery won't come tack.
You feel different as soon as Diapep
sin comes in contact with the stomach
distress just vanishes your stom
ach gets sweet, no gases, no, belching,
no eructations of undigested food,
jour head clears and you feel fine.
Go now, make the best investment
you ever made by getting a large rifty
ccnt case of Pape's Diapepsin from
end drug store. You realize in five
minuses how needless it is to suffer
from indigestion, dyspepsia or any J
HIGH FREIGHT RATES
AFFECT SUGAR PRICES
Willert ,& Gray's Journal (N. Y.),
September 26: The week under re
view shows a declining tendency to
all quotations at home and abroad as
this is the last week in which old
crap beet sugars will fix valuations.
The new beet crop quotations which
come into the actual selling basis in
October are much below the Septem
ber basis of old crop sugar and there
will be an equalizing of values on the
October beet basis after this week.
The new crop prices, incline to ad
vance a little from their recent low
point of 9s. 7d. probably because the
short interests on the sugar exchanges
have been forced to pay full up quo
tations to fulfil their contracts.
These contracts must be covered in
September but,, by our information,
the principal bull operator has been
buying for October-December deliver
ies to a considerable extent, which
may tend to prevent the decline to
9s. for new crop, which has been ex
pected by some parties abroad.
The crop conditions under actual
harvesting will have an important in
fluence on prices.
P. O. Licht's "commerciar estimate
of European bet crops is given here
with and Is favorable for an increase
of 2,179,000 tons over last year and
410,000 tons over the- previous iarge
Our local market quotations for 96
deg. centrifugals declined 13 cents per
100 lbs. to 4.17c. per lb. on sales of
about 60,000 bags, afloat and for
prompt shipment, at 2c. and 2 13-16c
c & f. basis, and closing quiet at the
lowest quotation, the equivalent of
4.17c. per lb., duty paid, which Is
close to the cost of new Crop Beet
Weather reports from Cuba are fav
orable for new crop.
One central is still working on old
crop, the week's receipts of which
crop were 3,000 tons for entire Isl
and. Weather reports from Europe are
also favorable for crop making.
A few fabricants in the different
beet countries are already at work.
Our domestic Beet crop will be in
harvesting condition to some consid
erable extent in various States early
in October if the weather conditions
remain favorable, and the crop prom
ises to be exceptionally Iarge this sea
son. Louisiana Centrifugals for Novem
ber shipment are offered at equal to
4c. delivered New York.
New crop Cuba Centrifugals are
talked about, with intimation of sell
ers at 2,c. c. & f. for January and
2 He. for February-March shipments,
but buyers wait for a settling to a
lower basis, n
No Javas appear to be on offer.
Several invoices of Philippine sug
ars for September clearance are for
sale at 3.35c. to 3.45c, basis 8S deg.,
and not taken.
At the close the market holds quiet
and steady at current quotations, with
light offerings of Centrifugals.
October shipments of European
Beet sugar are for sale at 10s. 6d. to
10s. 9d. c. & f. to New York, the par
ity of 4.125c. to 4.15c. landed for 96
deg. test Centrifugals. These prices
may appear to be too high as com
pared with the cabled quotations for
October option contracts, which are
for delivery f. o. b. Hamburg, but it
must be remembered that freights are
at present 3d. to Ad. per cwt. higher
than formerly, and if the freights are
likely to continue high, we must ac
cordingly readjust our parity table
of Beet and Centrifugal values.
Sp-ci;tl S:;ir-Bullt-tin Corn-spoiulf-H'
WAILUKr. October 11 The Maui
Democrats have been petting busy the
last few days, and now have their
f.nal slate ready. There are one or two
positions stiil left blank but those of
fices bo far filled are as follows:
Delegate to Congress. L. L. ?4c
Candless, Senators: Thomas Chrk of
Wailuku. and David K. Kahaulelio of
T iKqino c x ro infitit' zo - Cn. f ...
n- m. c. rOSs. . k. Kekoowu, JOhn
i. Halemano. and Noa Kamakua
Board of Supervisors: Win. J. Coel-
!ho, chairman. E. K. Devauohelle. Nel-
son Kaloa. John M. Bright. The fifth
1 4.. K ,,
I UUUIUJ AUUHUI, -MUM IS S.
The pipes for the Makawao and Paia
br nch of the Kula ripe line are lying
along the road from Mikawao to Ixjw
er Paia. This long line looks promis
ing for a permanent water supply for
the most thickly settled portion of
Makawao. The new supply will be of
the greatest convenience not only, but
of the greatest assistance aiso to good
sanitation and the health of the com
munity. Mrs. J. C. Ross, Jr.. leaves on the
Honolulan tomorrow for an extended
trip to the mainland. She will take
her daughter Alice with her. She ex
pects to go to the Middle States, visit
icf, her relatives while away. She has
made her plans to be gone some
Tames Dougherty of the firm of Wall
& Dougherty is now on his annual trip
to Maui. He had the finest display
o jewelry and precious stones ever
seen on the Island at the Maui Hotel
Heavy rains in the mountains this
week help the water tupply. There
have been no heavy showers for some
time in the plains of Central Maui.
Fortunately the ditches and pipe lines
keep well supplied from the mauka
Rev. M. G. Santos, who has been on
Maui some eight some eight years,
left a few days ago with his family fo
Hilo. Here he will be the pastor or
the Hilo Portuguese Church. He leaves
behind him a large number of very
In memory of the late Rev.' Lowell
D. Smith and Mrs. Smith, organizers
of the Kaumakapili church, and early
missionaries to Oahu who did so much
work toward the spread of Christian
ity among the native Hawaiians, dedi
cation Ceremonies for the memorial
windows, were tield yesterday , after
noon at the Kaumakapili church at
which a large attendance was present
The windows were presented by the
DUlfngham family, the late Mr. and
Mrs. Smith being the parents of Mrs.
B. F. Dillingham, and are in three sets,
costing in the neighborhood of three
The services were opened by an
anthem rendered by the church choir,
and following this Rev. S. W. Keku
ewa delivered the invocation, and
Rev. H. K. Poepoe read from the
Scriptures. .The acceptance of the
memorial windows on behalf of the
church followed J. K. Kanepuu, and
the dedication prayer was pronounc
ed by Rev. Mr. Erdman, the anthem
being sung by the girls of Kameha
meha school. The address of the day
was delivered in Hawaiian by Rev.
O. H. Gulick. The benediction was
pronounced by Rev. W. K. Poal.
One of the principle incidents of
the service was the historical state
ment by the Revs. J. P. Erdman" and
Akaiko Akana. This statement dealt
with a biography of the two mission
aries and also a summary of the work
they had done toward the spreading
Of Christianity among the Hawaiians.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered of Record Oct. 11, 1912, from
10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Sam Liftee Jr to J K Kahilahila and
Anthony Lidgate, and wf to Clifford
B High I
Clifford D High and wf to Guard
ian Trust Co Ltd M
Maria Dos Santos to Antonio Dos S
John A Souaz Jr to John A Souza
Eva Pacheco and hsb to Mary J
P M Pond to Mrs Ella R Ayres.RelCov
Ching Ki Hong to Kaluahinenui
Manuel Faustino adv Sam K Kaili
hou Lis Pendens
Keolaokalani and hsb to Tong Wat
Entered of Record Oct. 12, 1912, from
8:30 si. m. to 10:30 a. iu.
James Matoon .Ir to Volcano Sta
bles & Transport Co Ltd CM
F Hamada to K Tanaka L
Mrs M K Kapaona to Rosp Hohu et
Mrs M K Kapaona to .1 V P Ka
Mrs M K Kapaona to Kdward K
Kapaona et al I)
Mrs M K Kapaona to Gt'org K Ka- j
paona et al D j
Hoopii Kapaki to H Morihara et
Emma X Daniels to Kdmund Dan-
iels D i
Ellen K Keller and hsb to Edmund '
Daniels D ,
Fanny Straueh and hsb to Cecilia K j
Jvanae nui and wf to Mrs Helena
K iloli D
The strike of the nine thousand ;
miners in the Panther Creek valley, j
Pa., who ha-H been idle for four!
weeks, at an estimated Io?s in wages '
of $1. ".0,000, because of the refusal of
two tnen to wear union 'buttons, was
no word to express
the efficacy of
in the treatment
Geary Street, above Union Square
European l?Ian $1.50 a day up
American Plan, $3-00 a day up
New Eteel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the -center of thtatre and
retail district. -On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric .
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address Trawets"ABC code.
IJEL Love. Honolulu representative.
Reinforced Concrete Bui Wing. 225 Roont. 21 first
ctest Mttno nooses nfthin I block. Rates SI, lt.lt
to 1440 perdu. F. L4 A WLTuntin. Ft. A Mar
WA1M EA, KAUAI
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade 8olicitoe)
C. W. SPITZ - Proprietor
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the addition
of two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
are now ready for occu
pancy. MISS JOHNSON,
Emma, Above Vineyard
Spend Sunday at
52 round trip, 1 eachi for
meals, including chicken dinner.
Train at 8:;G a. m.
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
has the best Home-made Bread,
German Pretzels and Coffee
Cake. Be sure and ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
The Army of
I Crowing Smaller Every Day.
LIVER PILLS are
respoosiLIe they not
only pre relief
aess, faHgestioa, Sick HeaJacaa, Sallow Sid.
SMALL PILL, SHALL DOSE, SMALL PUCE
I Ta err red
S A II IV CK I
-vr I 1 1 PILLS. I
C. Q. Yee Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.,
BETHEL AND KING STS.
Fine Line of Dry Goode
Wan Ying Chong Co.
King St. Ewa Fishmarket
Grand Clearance Sale
KWCNG SING LOY
King Street - Near Bethel
Highest Quality of Material and
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
1051 Fort Street
in Han&sbme : Greys'
W. W. AHANA, ,
62 SOUTH KING STREET .
The Wong Wong Co., ;
Builder and , Contractor
Office: Maunakea SL
L Chong & Co,f j
v . FURNITURE X V
Mattress Upholstering and Fuf-j
22 BERETANIA,- nr NUUANU :
- Ypu'll find .what you want at tha ;
City Hardware Co.,'
Nuuanu and King 8treeta I
LwMan ft MM
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST NEAR 1 BETHEL,
Dealer In Furniture, Mattress
es, etcw etc. All kind of KOA
and MISSION FURNITURE
made to order. ' "'-..: .
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO. '
42 . Hotel SL, at end of Bethc!
Well stocked with New Drugi
, Y. Tostiliawa
THE BICYCLED DEALER and
REPAIRER, has moved to
180 KING STREET
New location Red front, hear
Young Bldg. Telephone' 2318
Telephone 3197 P. O. Box 708
182 Merchant St., near Alakea
HONOLULU, T. ,H.
Japanese Provisions and
Nuuanu St., Near King St.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
DINNER FAVORS PLACE
A wonderful variety in beau
tiful and odd designs.
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STA
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS, call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
DUE PER VIRGINIAN '
PAINTING A SPECIALTY '
Wright - Hustace
LIMITED, v V
KING AND SOUTH
PATTERN HATS, IMPORT
ED MODELS and CLEVER
COPIES. New thing by every
boat.-. - ' .
MILTON A PARSONS t
1112 Fort SL Phone 3CS3
MACGREGOR A BLATT
1130 Fort Street .
Latest Style Only, the Finest
Bostoc Block : 8econd Floor'
7 Importers of Lace, EurcpM.n
? -, i and Fancy Goods
H r HOTEL, NEAR FOHT
. NOW' ON DISPLAY
Nuuanu Street, Near Hotel
i BUY YOUR
J A C O BSO N D R O 3.
Pantheon' Block Hotel 8L
CIGAR NOW 6e
i REAL ESTATE
J :? INSURANCE '
LOANS NEGOTIATED .
WHEN YOU WANT 1 FENCE
, .. . i :
AND REAL, ESTATE
OLIVER a LA N 8 I NO
80 Merchant Street ; -
Only astablit hment 'en the ' Island
quipped to do Dry Cleaning.
IF YOU WISH Tiv ADTEBTISE ' IX
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
E. C DRAKE'S ADYEBTISnfQ
121 Sansome Street Sam Fraacfirt