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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1912.
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m table decorations jy
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tec our new stocH of SHOES. BpNNIE LASSIE LAOIES and CHIL
DREN'S SHO E S. : LO NOON BOOT-S
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
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GHairs and Table
" PEACOCK CHAIRS and OTTOMANS
YmUamso Battolph LOCAL AND GEWERAll f
orocft and Bona oron
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Honolulu StocK Exchange
5IonJay, October 14.
NAME OP STOCK.
C. Brewer & Co-
Evfa Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Agric Co. . . . . .
Haw. Cera. & Has. Co. ... -
Hawaiian Susar Co. . . . .-.
Hosomu Sugar Co
Ilonokaz. Sugar Co.
naiku Sugar Co... . . I
Hutchinson Sugar Ptent. .
Kahuku.PlfcttirR C. .
Kelt aha Sugai Ck. .......
KoJna Sugar Qv . . .......
McBrydo Sngar Co
Oabu Su?ar Co. .........
OnoTfifea Sugar Co.
Pu.Vltaa Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sttgar Jim : ..... .
Paia Plantation Co. .....
P?peekKi Sugar Co. "... ..
Pioneer Mill Co. ........ .
Waialua Agric Co
Wailuku Sur Co. . .....
Walmanalo Suar Co. . . .
Waimea Sugai jrflll Cov . .
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Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . ..
Hon. R. T. & U Co.. Pref,
Bon. R. T. &Jj.Co Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
OahulL &, L. Co. . . . v ....
Hilo R. R. Co.. PfdV.
Hilo R. R; Co., Com. . . . .
Hon. B. & M. Co. v
Haw. Irrgtn. Cc:, Cs i ; . ". .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co-.
Tanlong Olok R.C., pH up
Pahang;Rub.: Co,. ..u ..'
Hon. II. & M. Co. A8..i
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter. 4 ........ . ; .
Haw, Ter. 4 5i Pob. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4& ....,. .?
haw. Ter. 3 ; . ...
CaL Beet Bug. & ReL Cq. (J
Hon.' Cas.Coi, Ltd., Gs .
Haw. Com. & SugV Co, 5
tlilo RR. Cd., Issue 1901.
Hilo R. R. Co., Ccn. 6 . . .
Hondkaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Hon. R. T. t L. Co. 6 .
Kauat Tty. Co. 6s.". .. ;.i ;
KohalaLitchCo. 6a ......
McBryde Sugar Co, 6a ...
Mutual TeL s . . . . -. . .
Oahtt R & I Ca 6-.
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 . ......
j PacScg. Mill Co.s . . . . .
Pioneer Mill Ca C V. . . ..
Waialua A gric ; Oo. 5 ...
2 Natom&a Con. &.......
Kawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6.'.:.:
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ilO ' J2J
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For a hack ring up 2307 s ? j
TakVaMde to Haleiwa any day and
learn what enjoyment means. j
Black and white cneck and Cordu-
roy Hats. Dickerson's, 76 S. Ber?-'
tauia. . . '
i i Get one of those swell raincoats
from the Mclnerny stock. Fort and
Mercfiant streets. " i
Walker's beat works, burned some
mtmths ago, are being rebulL
"Wanted Two more passengers fori
around - the - island at $C.OO. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel, 2141.
Mrs. Martha Blatt. nee Vos3, ia now"',
of the firm Macgregor & Blatt; Highi
lClass Milliners, Fort nr. Pauahi SL 1
Toe groceries sold at ihe Goeas
grocery. Eeretania street, fcetweenVk
Fort and Nuuanu are strictly fresh.
Found How we can save you from?
buying new hats, by having'' the old'
ones cleaned hy The Expert Hattersw !
given tyenty days at the city JaiL 'Uie I
sentence of one woman was modified
from, twenty days to lioind the.iists.
Pineapple sod and Hire's Root Beer
--excellent summer . drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phon 2171. . ir v ,
Ask- your friends to show, you what
they got for their Green Stamps. And
always ask for them when you buy.
They're free. .
There .are no half-way measures
about the work done by the Honolulu
Construction - and Draying' Co.r Ltd.;
Robinson block,-Queen street. i
-The, AJuJtigraph is a Ume-saver and
nee. Call ;and, see it work ,a corner
H.T wlinrt onIt A Va btity .'etracia r.
The iNew Zealand butter Just re,
ceited.by the Metropolitan Meat Mar-
ket passed Blanchard's -most careful.-
test. He says'it is absolutely pure.
Dr MacLennan removed, to. Alakea
St., next . Pacific Club a feWdoors be-'
low Beretanla "Ave. Wonderful cures,
of chronic diseases by new serum,
treatment ; Phone ?G30. S -: ; , '; ", 1
'V Rapid luition; given In Musto, Vtoiin;
Mandolin, Guitar, and Banjo oy Prof.;
L A.de Graea, New and easy : meth
od; , .Terms moderate, . Address 175
BeretaniA avenue.? Phonft"C543. v
'? Judge .Larnack (at policy court nis
beeiu dealing , severely ? wlta those
drunks who persist in playing frequent
return engagements at tie lower court.
Two; yictims (of ln temperance we.'o
Every child wilting a letter to Santa
Claus, addressing it to i WAtL, NICH
OLS; COM PANY.tHONOLULU, giving
their Post Office address, will be rer.
membered at Christmas time. Don't
forget. -vt ; ; - ; v ..
A regular meeting of Waialae, Kai-i
1137 Fort Sr V'S
In Uase ut An Acciaent iKe si nis
Who Is Responsible?
AUTO ; HITS WOMAtf AND FRACTU RES HER H I P
Mrs. E. D. Murphy, wife of Special -Policeman E.?D. Murphy, S
fs t truck by an autombbild dHveft toy Fred. C'Warnicke, chauf-: J gS
feur Tor M..A. Getz. at El ii and Market streets yesterday aft- (
trnoon.- Her hip was fracthred. 'She lives at 559 Nitth avenue. ' J i
She was' treated at the central emergency hospital, ? v : .
. THIS MEANS A FINANCIAL LOSS TO . SOMEONE : ; g J ?
i SEE THE INSURANCE MANAGER
923 fort Street
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NEW S1JQAR, MILL . s
FOR ?THE PHILIPPINES
. , The Iloilo (Philippine)" Enterprise
ot August 25 has the following " that
would seem to be of interest here:
- The large 100 tons per day sugar
' mill of Messrs. Hljos de ji. de la Rama
i? now lying on the Muelle, awaiting
V; shipment to their Negros plantation
on Bago River. It i& a. hopeful signt
to observe this vast unorganized iron
; reformer, as it lies spread out along
the docks, A ; potent lesson for the fu
ture and a, grim reminder of the past
and what It has not done. All this
panicky, upheaval of, tanks and finan
cial Instltutions.that have endured the
strain,, of past years without a ihodow
rf suspicion. Is due to the lack of ma
chinery as Is now coming in througb
"our port It Is unfortunate that the
hacendero8v should 'prefer to pay the
v duty upon their machinery rather than
order It from the States, but the very
fact that menlike Esteban de la Rama
mf. willing td pay P14.000 duty oi a
pufar mill from Glasgow Is evidence
enfiugh that be has uRi mated confid-
Between Boards 15 -O. ' R . & L.
Co. 150, 60 Oahu-26. 6000 Hilo Ex.
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: Session . Sales 8000 Waialua 5s
103, 25 Hilo Com. W, 25 McBryde
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"Latest sugar quotation: 4.11 cents,
Count for anything w6 are
going to have
How are you iixeH ior w
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We have a tremendous stock
and your size is included m
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FORT and MERCHANT STREETS
VJ U2Cil 1T JL X V to
Beets' 9s 7 l-4d
icrnnu iff tt ji n a 1 1 rr Th ii f t r a
UEnHi UAlLKDuUdl llf IJdl tU
Jffembert Honolala Stoelc. niti - Bond
FOKT AJJD - MEBCHANl , STREETS
V:::v..:: Telephone .12C8.
Harry Arinitage & Co.,
it ;LlnMtdu W'if
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS :
P, O. Box CSS 'i . ,-:Phon 2101
- HONOLULU, HAWAII -Membr
Honolulu Stock and Bond
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STOCK i AXPiBOXB; BROKERS!
Meiaben Honolala Stock and Bond
Exchange t r
Stan-rnwald Hld 102 Merchant St
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is willing to back up his preference
for that article by paying so large a
royalty npon it -The giant sugar mill
is a welcome arrival in these Islands,
and asneclally in the VIsayas, the
heme of the most antique sugar ma-
chinery in the world. The one now on
the 'Muelle will doubtless displace a
do2en of these' antediluvian afTairp.
The product of the plantations that
Las been wont to lie uncalled for in
the morning, apd sugar buyers in New
York. will meet before its arrival in
that port with offers, heretofore un
known to the product of these Islanas.
J. F. Morgan . Co., Ltd.
STOCK. BROKERS H
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
will be held at Liliuokalani school 'as
sembly? hall v cm Thursday evening
Special business 'will be . sidewalks, j
sale ; of clubMot and care, of school ;
J grounds. V. . -r:v; i
A new front is being, put "Into the
portion of "the Rhodes "building, Ka
ahumanu street, . taken . by, Theo;H .
Davies & Co.,. Ltd., for tetensioni of
I Its . business .'premises. - The Altera!
uons mxne poruon caaen Dyr isisnop
turn. :".v..--. . ,..v-.- ... , ' , -v r
r: While going. down. a gulch; near
Peahl, Maui, jsltl automobile; driven byj
Fred Nunes and containing a party of
ladies, nearly., went over a .precipice.
The machine" skidded on the muddy
road . and ' before It- could ,heTstopped
tho front wheels-; were hanging ovei .
the chasml . . v- '!
- A Russian named Choprenk who re-
t .questea inai nis wiier De piacea unuer
arrest ltbeing alleged that she failed
to take proper -care-of a babe; failed
to make his case stick ( when brought
for trial at police icourt. -No evidence
was found against the woman and the
case was therefore stricken frdm the
.The Laymen's Missionary Commit
tee of Central Union church' has is-:
feued Invitations to an 'informal sup
per next Wednesday : evening, tender
ed by the- men of the church ; td the
Rev.! -Deair RJ Wickes; I their laymen's
missionary Tinder appointment i to
China. tThere will he a i receptions in
f the church parlors at 5 : SO and supper
in the parish house at 6, followed' by
a short' program of special Interest.'
J.; Gomes, - Gi Kukallani. and t J.
Fragas, jthree youths who with William
Kahi are 'accused by the police with
having beaten and bruised an aged Ha
waiian. Janitor of a Panoa Valley
school,.- were up for trial at Polieo
Court and each received a ninety day
sentence at the city and county bas:
tile. 'Fragas declared that he piv-postd j
tc' fight the case and carry the same j
to' the circuit court. He has retained 3
Att'nrtiw fttmiis"? ' ta takp nn his '"An-'
jterests in the higher' court. j
Twenty-seven Japanese and Chinese
arrested by Detectives Kellett, Apana
and ' Others1 in a raid led by Chief of-
Detectives McDuffie last night entered j
pleas of not guilty when arraigned" at?!
police : court. - Attorney Chillingworth K
is. looking after the interests of the
defendants. The officers claim that
the Orientals were engaged in play
ing paikou at the time the premises
were -entered. McDuffie stated that
his men secured chips, and also that
several defendants made demands for
money alleged to have been confis
cated by the officers. The case has
gone over until the coming week.
0AHU AND -mSrYDE-
Oahu advanced three-quarters ' of a
point between sessions in sales of 50
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Ye r h roight ;ta H awa i I, inc I u d In 3 TO I L ET S ETS ; 1 B 0 N N ETr C LOTH i N A I L, HAIR and COMPLEXION
BRUSHES,; f MANICURE SETS, MIRRORS'PUFF.BOXES, COMBS, EUFFERS, MILITARY ; BRUSHES
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SingU pieces ; sold to match . t et. r. YurvJ n spectlo n cordially5 Invited. ;
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COMFORTABLEV;- V REFINED I
- MODE RATE PR ICES 1
Headquarters for- the Army
. and Navy.' ..- r : A :'
' ' Special "dinners for strangers
" ' on - Wednesday and ; Sunday
, V; nights. v?v-:-'-;: : V
; Phone table reservations. : : ".
- . Corner Wilder and Punahou
: .. : Phone 1 3427 . . ;
' HenrP Jules Pinchon. Manager 1
i i cJir rr-
.'irs a Habi t jtith r.v
s s SACHS BUILDING -i---- BERETANIA STREET
We dwil in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca-
r " : and 10 shares .at 26 . 75. Oahu Rail
W. E, LOGAN & CO. i
Room -17 " Bacon Block. Oakland. CaL
It is reported that there will be no
independent prosecution of Marshal
Black, who misappropriated the funds
of the Palo Alto' Building and Loan
Association, because of his close
friendship with George Walker, State
building and loan commissioner. It
is believed Walker would shield Black
at all cost.
Rev. Henry C. Stone, vicar, of Holy
Trinity Memorial church, of Philadel
phia, conducted funeral services over
the body of his wife. who committed
f ree In the Glasgow machinery, and suicide by drinking poison.
No. 202 7-ro.om house, Kuaklni
No. 203 7-room house, Li I i ha St, 2000
No. 2044 cottages and stables.. 6500
CR2SSATY - , Telephone 4147
way was unchanged at 150 for 13
shares. Hilo Extension sixes held the
advance of Saturday to 97.50 for
On the board McBryde went up. a
quarter-point to 5.75 for 25 shares.
Hilo Railroad common was unchang.
ed in a sale of 25 shares at 8.75. .Wai
alua sixes sold down a quarter to 103
STOCK SHEET ERROR.
There was an error in the printed
stock sheet on Saturday, in containing
The steamer Culligan. laden with sales of 80 and 15 thares of H. C. t-
ore, sank in Lake Superior. The crew j fc- Co. at 41. These sales were of Ha
escaped in two small boats, but the : waiian Sugar Co.. the price being un
waves ran so high Hhat they -were changed. Hawaiian tommercial was
nearly exhausted when picked up by 1 41 1-2 bid and - 42 1-2 asked, 'with no
a 'fishing tus. r 'sales, on Saturday. 1
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New assortment just to hand in
Percales and other
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Most Comfortable J
All desirable shades and a wide range of pleasing patterns
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"The Store for, Good Clothes" . King St. .