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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. MOXDAY, OCT. 14, 1912.-
LOCAL AND GENERAL-
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1 " p p&mitting of color harmony $
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' See our new stock of SHOES, BONNIE LASSIE LADJES and CH!L.
D R E N'sLl S HO if S- LONDON 1 B 0 OT-siij CP G E NTL EM EN'S; SHOES.'
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PEACOCK CHAIRS and OTTOI.IANS
1137 Fort St
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J AUTO HITS .WOMAN1 AND FRACTURES HER HIP
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C!5 - , Mrs. E. D. Murphy, wife or Special Policeman E. D. Murphy,
ras Btmck by an avtoniobiie driven by Pred; C Warjiicke. chaut'
"feur for M. A.Getz, tttEHis 'arid Market streets yesterday aft
. : ernoon. Her. hip' was fractured. She Uvea at C59'. Ninth amentia
C!3 1 She was irtatel at ,the central enrergencr, hospital. ; ;
C5 THIS MEANS A FINANCIAL LOSS' TO SOMEONE
O ; - r' t SEE THE' INSURANCE- MANAGER . ,;
Hi r; HAWAITAW TDIIT Ca Mil IS
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; NEVT SUGAR MILL i
? : V;,C.R)R THE PHILIPPINES
4 The "Hollo (Philippine) ' 'Enterprise
" o! 'August 25 has the fofldwlng that
;. would seem to be of interesthere: . ,
f. ;Th large 100 tons per day sugar
will of Messrs. Jlilosde L de la Ram a'
? 'Is now lylhg on the Muelle, awaiting
':. w Khipment to their Negros plantation
V on Bago River. IMs .a hopeful sidt
L5 observe this, vast unorganized iron
:, ? v reformer, as It' lies spread; out nlong
; the docks, .a potent lesson Tor- the fu-
, (trre and a" grim reminder of 'the past
; and what it has not done.- All this
panicky upheaval of tanks and tinan
" ' clal Institutions that htfve endured the
strain of past years "without a thodow
cf suspicion, is due to the lack of ma-
chlnery as is now coming In' through
' our- port. - It is unfortunate that the
' hacenderos houM : prefer to- pay the
? duty upoti their machinery rather than
" order iff rom the States, but the very
fact that men like Esteban de la Rama
willing. to pay PI 4,000 duty c a
. puf.ar mill, from Glasgow- is evidehca
enough', that he has ultimatcd .connd-
. nce in the Glasgow maenmery,
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
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923 fort Street i
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Liiairs and i aoie
ft ' -". X W-A.v
.MjuArfM.MM4M -mm '
Is, willing to back up his preference
for that article by paying so large a
rcyalty upon it The giant sugar mill
1 a welcome arrival in these Islands,
and.; especially in the Visayas, the
hrme of the most antique sugar ma
chinery In the world. The one now on
the Muelle will doubtless displace a
doien-of 4 these 'antediluvian affairs.
The product of the plantations that
Las been wont- to lie uncalled for in
the morning, and sugar buyers tn New
York will meet before its arrival in
that port5 with offers, heretofore un
known'to' the product xrf these Islanas.
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 4 Holy
Trinity Memorial church, of Philadel
phia, conducted funeral services over
the body of his wife, who committed
ana suicide by drinking poison.
Stock arid BondBrohrs
Phone liS2 f . P. (I. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Excftange
j fr-' Montlaf, October 14.
NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
Ewa Plantatton Co.
Haw. Com. & uz. Ca . . .
Hairallaa Sosar Ca
Honotna Sugar Co
Ilonokat Sugar Ca
Haiku Sugar Co. . . . . . ... .
Hutchlnton Saar Plsnt. .
KataOrti Marftior. C. . .
Ke'Sata Sugai Co
Kolna 6ur Cn. - -
McBryde Sugar Co. .....
Oahti Sugar Cm i
OfKmar Sugar Co
Claa Sugar Co. Itd.
Pauhaa Sugar Plant. Co.
P&cifla Sugar Mill
Paia Plantatlca Co. . . ., .
Pepeckm Busar Co.
Pioneer Mill Co.
Waialua AgrWv Co. ......
Wailuku SuKr Co ......
Waimatialo Sukar Ca . ..
Walmea Sugai xdill Co. . .
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Inter-Island SteaitiN. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . . I5
Honi R. T. &L. Co.; Pref:
Hbrr. Hi T. & Lv Co Cbru;
Mutual Telephone Co. . . ,
Hilo IL R. Ca; PfL.....
KUb R: R; Co.i Com. !
Hon, B. & Mi Co 1
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., Ca. . . . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . 44
Tanjong Olok R.C, pd. up.
Pabaug Rub. Co. .......
Hoiv B. & M. Co. . Aha . . .
Haw. Ter. 4 (Hre CL) . .
Haw. Ter. 4 .,,;.......
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
i Haw.Ter..44 .....v...
haw: Ter::S4 . . . . .
CaL Beet Sue. ReL Cc. 100
HonGas;5 Co:, Ltd., 6a.
Haw. Com. & Sag; Co. 5
Hilo K. R, Ca, Issae 1901 .
Hilo R. R. Co Cuu. 6 . .
Honoktia Sugar Ca. 6 ..
Hon.R.T. A L.Co.6 ...
Kauai; Rft Co. 6t. ; . .
Kohala IHtoh 6a'. . .
ITcBrrde Sugar. Co. 6s 1 . .
Mutual Tel.' 6i
O&na R. A I4. Co. ;...
OaHu Sugar Coi S . . . . .
Olaa Sugar Ca '.,. . . .
Pac Sug. MilLCo. 6a
Pioneer Mil Ca 6 . . . . . .
Waialua Agric Co. 5 ...
Natomaa Con: 6a.......:
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6 , . . .
; -.ii.'-.-v.--SALEStt.1j-.,v';. '
Between Boards 15 O.r R. & L.
I Co.; 150, 60 Oahti 26,' 6000 Hilo Ex.
Session " Sales 6000 Waialua 5s
103. 25 Hilo Com; 8, 23 McBryde
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' Latest sugar quotation : 4.1 1 Nentsi
or $82.20 per ton.'
:r." Exchanze. 4
tfembert RonOlnlfl Stock tod Bond
FOBT: AJH) MEBCffANlf STTUKTS
4 . ' Telephone 1208;
Harrys AHagtfi Cp.v
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STOCK AND BONO BROKERt l
P. a Box 6S3 , 4U - v Phon 2191
T v HOWOLULVHAVAI U 4
Member; Honohtlw- Stock" ' and 7 Bofld
Members Honolulu gtock and. Bond
SUngpQwald B!d 102 Merchant St
J. f. Morgan Co., Lttl;
STOCK BROKERS' '
Information Furnished and Loans'
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
Phone 1572' ' . '
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We deal In, listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca-
ulpa ruobw; Purlsslma Hills Oil stock; !
. W. E. LOGAN: &t CO.
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No. 202 7-room hcuse, Kuakinl
4 St ..$1450
No. ?03 7-rocm house, Liliha St. 2000
No. 2044 cottages and stables': . 6500
CR2SSATY - - Telephone 4147
The steamer Culligan, laden with
ore. sank in Lake Superior.. The crew
escaped in two small boats, but the
waves ran so high that thy were
nearly exhausted when picked up by
a fishing tug.
For.a.hack ring up 2307:
Talfe'a rjda to Haleiwa any day and 4
learn what enjoyment means. j
Black and white cneck and Cordu
roy Hats. Dickrsou's, 76 S. Bere
Get one of those swe'1 raincoats
rrom the Mclnerny stock. Fort and
Merchant streets. i
Walker's boat works, burnei some
months ago, are being rebult
Wanted Two more passengers for
around - the - island at $6.00. Lewis
! Stables and Garoze. Tel. 2141. .'
Mrs. Martha Blatt, Voss, is now
of tba-firm Macgregor & Blatt. High;
Class Milliners. Fort nr. Pauahi'St. J
The groceries sold at the Goeas '
grocery, Beretania street, between
Fort and Nuuanu are strictly fresh.
I Found How we can save you from'
I buying' new hats, by having the old
I ones cleaned by The Expert Hatters. !
I given twenty days at the city jail. '1 te !
sentence of one woman was modified I
fiom twenty days to ?! and the t-osts. j
Ptneaptii soda ana Hir-s Hoot Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tl4 by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Ask your friendB to show you what
they got for their Green Stamps. And
always ask for them when you buy.
There are no half-way measures
about the work "done by the Honolulu
Construction and Draying Co., Ltd.,
Robinson block. Queen street.
The Multlgraph is a time-saver and
indispensable' to every business of
fice; Call and see it work at corner
Merchant' and Alakea streets.
The New Zealand butter just re,
ceived by the Metropolitan Meat Mar
ket passed Ellmchard's most careful '
test. He says it is absolutely pure.
Dr MacLennan removed to Alakea
St.., next Pacific CI uL a few doors be
low Beretania Ave. Wonderful cures
of chronic diseases by new serum
treatment Phone 3620. ;
:Rapfd tuition given in MusM, Violin':
Mandolin, Guitar and Bar. Jo by Prof.
f A de Graea? Kew and easy meth
6d. Terms mbderate. Address ' 175
Be retaniai avenue; Phone 2643r '
Judge Larnacht atrpolice court hiS
teen dealing severely with' thos
drnnlcs who persist in.prvtng' frequent
return engagements at tffe; lowftrcourt;
Two" victims' of Intemperance we.'e
'Every child, writing a letter to Santi
Claus, addressing it to WALL, NICH
OLS5 COMPANY, HONOLULU,, giving
thelrjpot Office addreis. will be. re4
membered""at Christmas time.- Don't
forget- . v ' . ... ' .;.' "
v A regular meeting of Waialae, Kai-
muki i and Palolo ) Improvement club .
w411 be held at Liliuokalani school as-j
sembly ball; on- -Thursday - evening. ,
Special business' wilt be sidewalks, ;
sale r of; club lot and care - of school :
grounda :. v. - 1 ' , j
A' new' front Is being- put intd the
portion . of the Rhodes' building, Ka
n rmi n if ol vfutf ' - inban- I TKaa T J 1
Davies ' & Co.;' Ltd.," fort extension6 of
its business - premises; The "altera
tions 1m tbeportfbn taken' -by Bishop
& Ca's bdnkreapproachinsr-comple
tic(n:',-:vsn-firi'- -. t m:; .
v While- goings down a; gulch? near
Peahl MauLn' autjrm'obllerdriven:' by
Fred:fNunes and containing a party of
ladies, nearly went1 over; a precipice.
The machine 'skidded orr the muddy
road and-before- it could -be stopped
the front wheels were " hanging- ovet
1 A Russian 4named Choprenk who re
quested that-hi- wifei be-placed under
arrest it being alleged that.she failed
to take properrcare of,a.babe, failed
to tnake hjs case stick when brought
f or trfalTat police, court No evidence
was found against the. woman- and the j
case was therefore stricken.-from the
J The Laymen's Missionary . Commit
tee 'of Central Union church has is
sued, invitations to an informal sup
per next .Wednesday evening, tender
ed , by the men of the church, to the
Rer. Dean ; K. Wickes, their laymen's
missionary' under appointment -to
China. There will be a: reception In
the, church' parlors at 5 : 30 and supper
In the parish house at 6, followed by
a - short: program . of special interest
,"J. Gomes, G., Kukallanl. and , J.
Fragas, three yoatha who with William
Kahi "are accuted by the police with
having beaten and bruised an aged Ha
waiian janitor of a Pauoa Valley
school, were up for ' trial at' Police
Court and' each received a ninety day
sentence at the city and' county bas-
tile. Fragas declared that he pr. posd j
to fight the case and carry the same t
to the circuit court. He has retained
Attorney Strauss to take ip his - in
terests in the higher court. v
' Twenty-seven Japanese and Chinese
arrested by Detectives Kellett, Apana
and others . in. a raid led. by Chief of
Detoctives JUcDuffie last night entered j
pleas of :hotv guilty when arraigned at
police 'court Attorney Chilllngworth ,
is looking- after' the interests . of the
defendants:- The officers claim that i
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 M'BRYDE
Oahu advanced three-quarters of a
point between sessions in safes of 50
and 10 shares at 26.75. Oahu Rail
way was unchanged at 150 for 15
Padvance 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 jon Saturday, in containing
sales of 80"and 15 shares of ' H. C. c
S. Co. at Aii- These sales were of Ha
waiian Sugar Co., the price being un
changed. Hawaiian tommercial was
41 1-2 bid and 42 1-2 asked, with no
"sales, on Saturday.
Count for anything we i are
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How are you fixed for a
We ha.ve a tremendouss
arid: your size ;is; included: in
( r-f rr..? ; vVefhave..oi'-display the most complete' stock' of the- popular and -btauUfuf W
ever brought; to" Hawaii, IneJpdijng'TOrLEr ;SETS ;$0 NETy fi.LOTM,' : N AIL, , HAI R - and COMPLEXICN
BRUSHES; MANICURE SETS, MIRRORS; PUFF! BOXES, COMBS, BUFFERS,- MILITARY BRUSHZS
and !DEBSEl?.ljRAy- U'-::'el:f f r !'''- 'I '- 'Xi'-f'l r : 4 - ' .: '
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CO M FORTABLE - REFJNECt ..
Headqtlartera' for' the' Ariny
and Navy, ' .; : r'ih
Special dinners- for strangers -on-
Wednesday and ; Sunday.
nights. ; - ,
Phone ' table reservations.
Corner Wilder and Punanbu
Phone 3427.: :
Henri Jules Pinchon, Manager
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Madras, Nainsook; Percales nd pher
' : . $ i;Materiiai:HVv: ;i:?.v
Most Comfortable, S eindceable - ahd
All desirable shades and a wide range of pleasing patterns
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SACHS BUILDING 't-.
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assortment just- to hahi
"The Store for Good Clothes"
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