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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1912.
Williamsnn & Rntfnlnhl
Sfocfe and Bond Brokers
Ikon 1482 . f P. 0. Box &
S3 MERCHANT STREET
Honolulu StocK Exchange
Moii'lay. Xovnifii-r 4.
NAME OF STOCK. BI1. Asked
C Brewer & Co
Hva Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric Co
Haw. Com. & fcug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
HcEomu Sugar Co.
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co.
fiultliinwjfj Sugai PUnt.
Kabuku Platatioi' Cu. . .
Kekaha Sugai Co.
Kolr.3 Soger Co
McBrdc Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Ouoroea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd.
Pasubau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill-
Pala Plantation Co.
Peieko Sugar Co .... .
Platr Mill Co. .........
Walalua AgrUi Co
WuiMiku S'ife.j Co
VValuiAuaiu -Suttar Co. . .
U Mimea Suga. aiill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N- Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. :.. .
Hon. R. T. 4V U Co., Pre!
Hon. R.T. A, Lv Co. Com.
M utual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu R. A U Co. .... . . . . .
Hilo R. R. Co, Pfd.......
Hilo R. R. Co.. Com. ....
Hon. B. AM. Co.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong OJok RC, pL up
. i'anang Rnb. Co. ........
JJon. B, & M. Co A...
Haw. 1 er. 4 'Fire Cl.) . .
Haw. Ter, 4 Pub. Imps
lia w. Ter. 4 Vi .
Iiaw.Ter.3ttZ ...v. V.l.:
V CU. Beet Sag. & ttefc Co 6
. H en. G as. Co.. Ltd.. 6a .
- Haw. Com. & Sug, Co.
Hilo ft R, Co, Irsu 1901.
Hilo R. ft CoCcn. t ...
HonokaaSugai Co, 6 ..
Hoo. H.T.IL Co. .; :
Ratal Ry. Co, f.i;..v
KohaJa Ditch Co. . . , .
v McBryde Sugar Co. a . ,r
Mutual Tel. C5.;...vi;
v Oahu R.- A L. Co. 6 . . . .
Oahu S agar Co 5 .
Olaa Sugar Co. Xt.t. .vi
Pac Sag. Mill Co. U . ;
rioneer Mill Co. 6
Wixlua Agric- Co. .J.
Natomas Con. Cs. ., . . '. ;
1 lawn. Irrigation Co, fi ,
Hamakiia pitch fc.,...
.. .. 63
When a Deacon,
Bt M QLAD
CrpfrlcM. 1912. ojr AMOclated Lit
f LOCAL AND GENERAL
'lUfif rre only UiO iDlmWtarit tu
tb vtllntf Ol (ilriiiJ.-ii wlifD IIj Cftii
ititiliii: uoii'e. n ibfj s-lill rail il in
ti. founiry. wan -re ikI iletluxlir!
Itlf!. rr-ri.vli-ri:iOf nfd Adt enfitj
For a back riu up HO
Hawaiian Lodge. No. 2t. F. & A
will meet in Masonic teruple at
Removal 2le t mililnery at Dic-k-cron's.
Hotel Majestic. Kvery hat
I in the store to be sol i a: a sacrifice.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around - the - island at LewU
Stables and Garage. Tel. Ill 41. ad
vertisement. Royal Cafe, Harrison Week, Bere
ta'iia 'street, opposite Fire Station.
Try u.s. Everything the Lest, at pop
ular prices. advertiet i::ent.
Pineapple scda and Hire's Root Ecer
j outlier tu the ouiiU't) Mfd
tw-d ll Miiernaieiy. Ai in ri;ii;
ittrw lire fliftrieni rtt-noujlri tlolin U1l.lt
riiiin Ii-j tor t d-iim. at id d nail j ; excellent sumi&er drinks are
H. e oni i buri-h H! :eft to one J hi i tied by the Consolidated Foda Works.
hl.. 1..-0" to me Hnefi one rinm (Phone 2171. arfertiHenfcnt.
ci.:. and It -mii' in luiiiiMti ii.ihire I To cornpry with the Jaw, t!:e Inard
I. -.k nrouiMf on n- nwei inve oi supervisors will meet tomorrow
'evening, but will probaLIy nujourn
immediately on account of the elec
- . -999,
qW .,.:v. ;
iC2 . J 03H
- Between Boards 10 Oahu . 26,' 5
'Oahu 25, 50 Pioneer 30H 20 Walalua
110. 10 Walalua 110.-. '.;.
Session Sales 10 JL C.A S. Co. 4.
'20 McLryde 5. SO Pioneer 306, 13
Walalua . 110. 5 Ewa. 28, 5 Ewa 28 i,
10 Pes 20 Oahu 26V4. 15'Oahu
ICMr 10 Oahu ,2S4, 10;Oahu: 2GU 5
Oahu 2GU. v ;.
latest srigar quotation, i.01 rriiK
r $si.ca ier ton. , j
i CEIiRY 17ATEnCC3SE TftCST CO
. JTeinbers ncnolaln Stock an Con
fort inn sreccHJixT . streets
- Telephone : ; v-
Hsiryv Armitagc Co
' STOCK AND BONO BROKERS
p. a Box ess : ' phan
, . HONOLULU. HAWAII - V
llwawt Honolulu Stock ami. Bond
; ; STOCK AKD D0XD BROKERS !
He uiben 4 Honolulu Stoelt aa4 Boad
v' .- .Exchange : '
fiUngynwaia CldgiC3 gerchant St
' ' STOCK BROKERS 1 .
' Information Furnished and Leans
. v.. .-: Made -V" ..
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
Phone 1572 '
Mttfl IMit Iff 1 H tM ellVIOIH
Ai iiiti 01 f.i't. ttie old nie-llng 1
dm ffnc 'iti r-itef ttinn a barrark
"i ie kou hii on a:i pr:tise the
l.ord from iim midM of a brun Heap in
tt.f wni'd. t.t it 1 iso reckon that ne
Nil 10 11 wim n e-tie more tieam in a
iiiJf..rt:iM- ineet;ti2 OoUne. said !fi
In deut-uti n the nnanria! man or
(1. -inirrii. but it unn jeaf aDd years
ifi.. it. miw nl way cleai for the
fiM-tiwii ol a new ediriie. Severn
t'ei'tit -rp iOHdfd niib cetnent rot
inaiud up in 1 he !uturli ot tite town,
hi id I tie deneon WHf told to neip film
H cot wn2iir toad, of the sMfT.
tol I'xit uy HKrllUC lMMIe vh Id-te
m '-un'-tri I tie ;Hiicrefi indiiidrr
Wn lliii ill .tu tiifuth-f. Dill le;Htin
i'-crutu nail foiiml m man to pin 111
iKMitfi tbroiiLii Mud truarante a sum
fait or piti
I nan irn k town, and ihinp were
rtiHiicvd He knu- sll atKjiit tbe.r
tient tii.en jtnd was ready to lake
ofl i.h coat and -nrr- te Job ttimojrn
it "any family would Hoard nln cratin
in reiiim- !! nil I'ernni Junired nt
ttH etiMii' t nan vai. toid to eat art n
ron d nod o to the bead nt tbe Mann
mi" inaimre tliiiitfjc ' He lwk nokl n
If h bad dabbled In cement alt bis life,
tnaii bustle. ' JJ iiiada everybody
tHUiie. - If shy one tagged ne wan
ncbt on tbe spot to say:
' I "Now. 'UV11. don't do 00 loaflnc? on
the )rd. This Is hi- Job. and be'ex
l u tuipg!' to. inore lively
-tt all know now. tboupb few knew
a t thai tUu','i Dat 1 tier kaV seferat
trrsds otywnetu nnd that cement
workers do not snurei sand and cement
loetnir lu a tiaibazar1 way. : There
ujiMrt dne projMU-t Ions, according to
ttiw work to he itou. Trttti Mmply
eut nnart sihI shoveled. Prondence
si wud tack ot blm with dry weather
utitit the, walls f were ready for , the
root, and tbu the jrot tired of a pood
Uitnir Tlier; were those who said the
tMot-k were loo soft and : others who
t tount t hey - cuuid see bulges lu t he
wans nd. Mill others' wbo predicted
ttiitl two oours rain would spoil every
Inriie,' but to all socb leacoii Pvgratu
said; v:-;: v ;.- ..' ;
' tWnt;th floods rage and tbe turn
bet ifim QownY ' ' '
, ;indni we -dl voTer tbe eand pit in
the titt-fe bt time?" ,
"liKln'i Brother. niggi;see, the error
of Otsj. ways; juiil wbeti. were wuu
dennc what we should do for tbe.
brtcksr v ; ; ,.
- -And rtliln't Pforldence ordain tbnt
thow fMgbt ears should be smashed
up and the cement sea Uered over su
-Jt kioks tike It'
Knox hats are popular with discriminating men who appreci
ate the good things in wearing apparel, and who know the
various trade marKs under wmcn they
are to be found.
In honor of .the two eldest children
of M. C. Swift, an old-fashioned Ha
waiian luau was given in Kaplolani
park, beginning at 1:30 octet yes
terday afternoon. j
Green Stamps are now freely given
at the ABC grocery, King street, fa
mous for its low prices for cash. Pay (
cash and collect green stamnsj
They're valuable. advertisement. j
The Portuguese Christian Endeavor!
made a visit to Leahi Home yester
day and distributed flowers and fruit
amnn? tha natfntc nnrf alert tYvril- .
charge of the iegu!ar Sunday service. f
Dr. MacLennan removed to Alakea
St., next Pacific Club a few doors be
low Be retanla Ave. Wonderful cures
of chronic diseases by new serum
treatment Phone 3630, advertise
ment Fapld tuition given In Music, Violin,
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo, by Prof.
L. A. de Graca. New and easy meth
od. Terms moderate. Address 175
Beretania avenue. Phone 3643. ad
vertisement. Every child writing a letter to San
ta Claus, addressing it to WALL,;
NICHOLS COMPANY, HONOLULU,
giving their Post Office address, will'
be remembered at Christmas time. J
Don't forget advertisement '1,1 .
The Epworth League of the Meth-Kauj
odist Church was the guest of the
Central Union Christian Endeavor
last night, and after an enjoyable
meeting the members of tbe two so
cieties went, to the Beretania Mission
A Fine Line of New Styles
new1 in lines and 'coloring and textures, but
made with that good old-fashioned way of hat
making that is none too plentiful these days.
We want you all to see them.
Knox Extra Qual
ity Soft and Sti
Hats - -
. ' v v a- '!
King near Fort
INTER-ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE.
P. W. L. Pet
. . 6 5
. .6 2
6 . 2
' Cn K it a
I vauus .
I that tbe Garden Islanders had an-
hJ nexed two out of three games. This
jronl puts both the Oahu teams in the ruck,
with Maui and. Kauai first and second.
For the winners Wolters had high
score, 212, and Crawford and Wolters
tied for high average, 177.
For the losers Rietow had both high
score, 240, and average, 184.
Following is the individual bowlingJ
of the two teams:
This . morning's mall brought the
scores of the Kauai team for the last-.
where they took charge of the Sun- inter --island match bowled against the
day evening service. , iviwnaajua 01 mis city, ana compan-
James H. Boyd has resigned the of- feon of the totals with those shown
fice of fish insDector on account of on tfae "Y" sheets developed the fact
his candidacy for representative.
Dr. A. Marques has informed
board of supervisors that the
street pegs at Dole and Metcalf streets
are wrongly placed, as he bad been
informed by an engineer.
An application for a dance hall li
cense by. Bacilio Marcelino, to be op
erated at Queen and Mililani streets,
was denied by the board of supervis
ors on the advice of Judge W. L.
Whitney, inspector, on the grounds
that the applicant was "a man. ignor
ant of thp English language or ways,"
and that the neighborhood was not a
good ong in which. 1c locate a dance
hall, as it contained several cheap
lodging houses and houses of bad rep
utation, a o
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all klnd&.r Hlda'.io, La Zaca
ulpa ruober; rurisatma Hls Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN A CO.
Roefw i 17. Baeon Block." Oakland. CaL
STOCKS, BONOS. REAL ES-
V TATEr INSURANCE
76 Merchant St : Phone 3013
P. M. BURNETTE
Commitalofia of Deeds tor Calif or
r(a- mf Nw Yorkj NOTARY PUB.
LiC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortaaffot, Daode, Bills t of . Salt,
:liasa. Wills, ate Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT tTs
HONOLULU. Phone 1144.
,-Attd tbeo came Uriah Kingston. At
ttie VroKtiroads be might hare turned to
tnV tertlano gone to Ll?eriKKl. but
t'ruvktenee guided him to the, tight and
to o? '.- '
"Hut It may rain, and li It does"
ilt w ttroot ralti for" a month to come
Providence won'rpermlt It to."
The deacon talked that way and be
flfTHrt. what be talked, and Uriah talk
ed and believed ; still stronger. And
Uien the rain descended. '. It set in at
dark one day and came down In a way
to soak tntngs. Just at dayUghl next
morning." with; the rain etill coming
down.' the two men crept forth to see
how it fared with the enterprise. Jhere
were no walls, left In place ot them
was a "mail take of mud. Every last
b!o-k of concrete ; bad -melted m tbe
ram Tbe deacon and Uriah stood and
gazed for hve. long minutes like men
; And then Deacon Pegram broke
looe it was. years. ago, but they still
date things from that day. He whoop
ed He threw down bis hat and jumped-en
it. He knocked Uriah down and
jumped on blml As people came out
to e wb.it the trouble was he threw
them into the lake ot mud and whoop
eo nrnin. He went borne and kicked
hi- ew nd ctifTi-d his wife's earn, and
th-i- he r?in stiiu.-tc thronjrh the-streets
hint tfe phm-h oft thefT-htnjre and
tfi'ittert litewaik .Mn run atid
WiilliH fl-xl-ii hmi it tik two tlsbt
tiiit -Kt itifii and h H.iken hnyer to
IU- blni ttf He -on;nitMt to h."p
lititU Hi Vfh't- f.'tve yt. wild tor three j
? war exiiet'tiKi to me 1 n" !
t !, Uv ulldweo: I ri.iti MnMoti to
it 1utW.-nw.1y nl ttie lak ol
.I'W1 Hi f"U OVel lif (JcJI'O 5 p.
to -.ii'.-il nlifti Hung ttnd i i it
I ii in. 1 inuci: in nniKl no ihe ci
ii-n - t;...-i(l it- -tllv :ud:
"Hro'tH-i iVtrmiu I trui rou b;iren t
in .i Ti: r in lnivirfen-e."
"fl ft ' u repi . "I nm nrp
It. el t'ir irlfH-t- nn 'l;ini-0 lii 11 to
,i 11. t- .1 u uwxjnc mhi uniti thf
1 t;i :n Jinn then tu rent a rwrti
t n.. it,e root dttl nrve In. tut no
v rn- i-oiir edition
i,rt in it.- Kmi-ii:a.
The.Denia telephone fire alarm sys
tern, will talk plainly for, you or fori
the servant in your home, or the em.
ployee In your place of business. ad
vertisement . . m mm 0 -
. S72 7S5
855 713 810 2378
The 240 bowled by Rietow for the
Kamaainas is a local reeord ror match
games. The record last year was
made by Wisdom, who bowled 236.
i . i -. ? ;
The polling places" scattered through
out the city will be watched by a pick-1
WAILUJvU, Maui, Nov. 2 The
We.have MASSAGE BAKERIES made. speck.
ally for Facial and Scalp treatment at home. .
Complete in Oak Case, the price is $12.00
ITS V o h V
FORT AND. HOTEL STREETS,
next week, lie will arrlvfi oa the' Ho- .RCA n Y TO I PT fifi NTR A HT V A n A fJ f? PQ -1 Pi PIV A
nolnlan frnnl th Coast. , 4, w .,3ww..ow . aS , ..ww -..r,f
r cno novnnfitf :rvTr mini . fv-', - nirii
run un i uuurv-CA i tiioiuiii
The - buildings of the old Wilson
camp at Haiku have been scld to thje
Japanese cannery at Pauwela. .This
OAHU A?iD- PifiEAFrLE
Within ;' a short time the contract
ed squad of officers, delegated by Shir-f Church of the Good Shepherd in Wal
luku has received a handsome dona
tion of $500 toward the organ fund for
the church. QQuite an amount is al
ready collected and on "deposit for
the pipe organ, so that When this sub
stantial gift just received is added, it
may be possible for the church to
place the organ in a few months.
When the new church was erected,
tun pie space was left for the erection
of the organ. Rev. Wm. S. Short, the
lector, had word of the gift last even
iff Jarrett, whose busineses it will be to
put down any attempt at disorder that
may "ark e at the voting booths or
within the prescribed limits of the
pJueea selected for casting the vote.
Sheriff Jarrett issued n order this
morning designating th, necessary
men to preserve order throughout the
A number of men will be detailed at
the central station' there to be ready
tc take to the police wagon or one of
tbe motor cars which will be at the
tall of anv precinct in the city.
Chief of Detectives McDuffie, Kel
lctt and the regular upttairs" force
will make a tour of the precinct voting
places while a number of mounted cT
fleers will also take in some of ? v
"We propose to keep order at the
polling places to the best of our abili
ly with the limited force at our com
mand" declared Sheriff Jarrett tnis
morning. "We don't intend to ctnJ
lor anv rough house.
Matthew Bocarde, a San Francisco
businessman, went suddenly insane
and tried to slash hi3 wife's throat
and kill himself.
The library committee of the Maui
Library Association met this week
tnd ordered twenty-four of the latest
books. Another large order will be
placed in a few days, as soon as the
memberships from the various- Maui
circles are made up. The' Maui Li
brary has been in existence les3 than
a year now, but the number of books
drawn each week is large. Often as
many as fifteen people use the lii
brary reading rooms at one time. The
magazines are free to all readers.
Trancsients and people stopping on
the island for a short time have spe
cial consideration from the library.
houses, the current used will be
charged at fifteen cents a kilowatt in
stead of at twenty cents, the rate for
. L. F.. Jones is driving the Cadillac
that belongs to Wm. H. Engle.
i Stocks buencd the. week
ton extending thePearl Hattor .dry. I JfJlj-UiUi ".X. '
gqbd business the' last year; The j outshore end will be ready for: the
plant: is soon to bq enlarged it is un- signatures of : ;the ' San"!" Francisco
derstood. u i I Bridge Co. and theUawaiiatr Dredg-
The Island Electric Company U ; Ing Co., the contractors now engaged
making a good offer to the citizens of in completing theoriginal dry dock for
Wailuku and Kahului. If wiring, is the Navy-- Deparjtment.'r:-
'.cne before, the fifteenth of thej;, Some time ago ' a board of naval
month there will be considerable, re- officers fixed :' the l compensation for
auction of the cost Also if electric the increased) work, this clause being
cooking apparatus is installed in the j in the . original contract, which ; con
templated - a posible extension before
the .dock:. was finished. (, : ' ";;.'.
Other work at Pearl Harbor is pro
greasing rapidly, the seven industrial
buildings being all in place, . while
several other buildings are well under,
way.; - '' T-y. .v:;vfi'i
than tor. one day for some time past.
Kwajr advanced threVelghths and
Oahu one-quarter point, an 1 there was
na decline in- any sugar,- stock. Fine
apple, jumped up another, half point.
There is a , prevalent feeling that
something: will . be doln? in Pineapple
about: the end of. the year, Sales be
tween boards were 10 -and '5 'of Oahu
at 26; 40 Pioneer at 3iJ0; 20 ahd; 10
.Waialua at 110; ,v-, ; i.
;,Od the board 5 an 5 H. C. & S. Co.
sold-at 40; 20 McBryde at5.50? 3t)
Pioneer at 30.50.; 15: Walalua at 110;
5 and 5 Ewa at 28.50; 10 Hawaiian
Pineapple at 43X 0 and 60 Oahu In
five unequal lats lat 26.25. '.
Crepe Goods and
12IS Fort St ahote Beretaiib
Telephone SSW. 1. O. Box 793
The Haiku extens'on of the Kahu
lui railroad is so far along Uiat the
company hopes to run trains in a few
cays into Hamakuapoko. Some cfthe
(heavy iron work on the new :Ialiki
brid.ee is in positiou. The Maui pec-
pie living in this portion of .the sland
are much pleased over the prospect
nt a good railway service into the
Haiku region. The regular passenger
it.raii:s seem to be spre'iln? up some
. what in order to ?ce how rapidly the
' time can be made between s. a: ions.
'The indications are that the schedule-
will be considerably short ene.l.
1 The lanrls of the extensive Everett
estate in Waikapu are being cleared L
bv the Wailuku Stigar Company tor
; planting in the near future, it ;s tin
'tlerstcMKl that some land in Wailuku
'that belonged t; the esta;e wm ko
wiih t!;o Waikapu pvopcty.
Will have no difficulty in
being fitted from our line
Wm. 11. Englo. th1 popular hnsiress
manager of the Alexaiiiier House
r. turns to Wailuku this
Ready -to-Wear suits for
men. They are cut from
models of various forms
fat and thin, long and
short, and the materials
from which the clothing
is made is wool. .
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W MB s -
Fort and Merchant Sts.