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Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
I'lien H8 . P. O. Box 2
HS MLHCIUXT STREET
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monilav . Xoent ,(: 4.
When a Deacon
Bf M QLAO
CepfrttnC 1512. oy Auoclated Lit-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
NAME OF STOCK
Ua-wer & Co
t.vts Plantation Co y'' -9
Hawaiian Agric Co - .
liaw.' Com ti hug. Co . .. : 40
Haw ullan Sugar Co 4
MoLorau Sugar Co j to
1r.nokaa Sugar Co i 8 j
Haiku Sugar Co i .... -o
MutcLinsi)n Sugai Pleat. . ; j
Kahuku Plar.'atlor-Co. .. j . j -7
Kekaba Sugai Co i 02 , i;w
Koloa Sugrr Co . j20$
McUryde Sugar Co 15 : S
'Jafcu Sugar Co i ! i
Ountnea Sugai Co 1 ; 38
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd 1 5j
Pauhau Sugar Plant. Co ! j
Pacific Sugar Mill ' ifjo
Paia Plantation Co
repeekwi Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co. .
V.'alnlua Agrlc Co
Vv'ai'uWu S;;;r Co . . .
W..lu..iualo iji:ar Co. . . .
Wiiuiea Siign. Mill Co. ..
later Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. FL T. ft I Co., Pref
Hon. ft. T. ft L. Co Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu R. & Co. . . .
HIio R. R. Co.. Pfd......
Ililo R. R. Co.. Com. . . . .
Hon. B. ft M. Co. . .......
" 11 aw. Irrgtn. Cc.. t
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Taujong Olok It C, pd. up.
i'anan Ktib. Co.
Hon. B; ft M. CO. Asa. . .
Haw. ler. 4 iFire CI.) ..
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Jiaw.Ter. 4V4 .........
CuL Beet Sug. ft Kef. Co. ti
. Ilod Gas. Co., Ltd , 6i.
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co, h
Hilo It. JLCo., iBSue 1901.
IIIlo RTR. Co.. Con: 6 . . .'
Hocokaa Sogai Co , 6 . .
L HoiuR. T. ft L. Co. 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6
Oahu R. ft L. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Ola Sugar Co. 6
Pac Sur. Mill Co. 61
; Pioneer M!U Co. t
Wal&lua Agrlc Co. 5 X . . .
Natomaa Con. 68. ...... .
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
HamaXua Ditcb 6X....
Ptwecn roards 10 Oahu 26. 5
Oahu 23. 60 Pioneer 30i, 2? Waialua
110, 10 Waialua 110.,
; Session SaleslO H. C. & S. Co40.
20 McBryde 6; 30 - Pioneer 30, 13
Waialua 110, 5 Kwa 2SVs. 5 fiwa 2Si,
10 Plnei ,4rV, 20 Oahu 26 U. 15 Oahu
16, 10Oahu 2SV4. .10 Dahii 2U. 5
Oahu 20 V. - -
. Laf st Kntrar. riuUlfon, 4.05 rents,
or $81.00 per ten. ; ;
9s 3 l-4d
nmmi tbdst 10
Xembert . Booolnla Stock aoi Bond
FOET 15D MEfiCdAKT STREETS
4 " TelephQDe 1208. -.y ,;:
Harry: Armitage 4 Co.,
. 'r:r:r Umltod
STOCK AND BONP BROKERS
P.a Bx C83 Phone tltl
HONOLULU, HAWAII x
Memker ' tloaolulu 8toci: ; ahd Bond
. V - : Exchange
Giffard 1 Rolh
Thrrf were only 0 iotijbitatit jtt
tbr Jllic ol (ieii'luie wlieu I be first
ineHli'U rifiiiMf. :if iher till rail It in
jtle ii Try. vn efe led ' iletflodlt"
P..i(f Ut. rrebj erl:in! :ud A1 entuti
' wrttt tit Ucl Ip Hie bui'd'titf
I U"-1 il rtitertiHteiy. A) I tie vlilae
( i:tu the difl-reni dTiouun.it lunp t.uilf
I c fitiri iitr. for in-ii.M-i vt-r.. iind finally
j cii r hunfi uh .eft to one 1 hi
rj( j--i1 in le Ifie Kr. one Hfijiii
jr-lin;. ;ina li.anf t rt t,un.in n.-tiuie
j ft 1011k NinuiMl on ttf nwei etlif1-e
j and ip fi-"i bit eiivloti."
I A a llihl'ef of fa-t. I tie Old ItiefJnc
I fi.-ii- h . 'I'tie ostler ihMii a tiarracic
"i r- kon mii.v one run pra:se the
i I.oid triin ifi- nnd! of a bnjMti heap in
t?:e nit hiso reckon that ne i park,
For a liaek riug up 2307. adver
ris?ii;ent. Hawaiian Ij0dg.o. 21. F. & A. M .
wfl! nieft ia Masonu temple at 7 :Z
Rtrnmal sale vf niillincry at liick
erBori's. Hotel Majestic. Kvery hat
in the sroie to L-e sol) at a aacrifire.
V'anful Two ijiofe passengers for
around - the - island at fj.o. Iwis
MabUs Lind Garage. Tel. 2141. ;ni-vi-rti.-f
Koyal Cafe, Harrison b!cck, Uen-ta-.Ki
street, Of-osite Fire Station.
Try u.:. Evrvthir.e; the b-st, at j.op
ular pnccR. ad vr-nisi nint. .
Pineapple soiia and Hire's Root Lfer
excellent summer tirinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171 H'l'.prtisernent.
To compiy v.itii the !a.v. the board
of suier i.sors will met tomorrow
evening, bv.t will probably adjourn
immediately on account of the elec
Iii honor of trie two eldest children
of M. C. S.viTt. an old-fashioned Ha
waiian luau was given in Kaplolaui
beginning at o'clock yes-
iiwx W flats Are
Kriox hats arc
ate the go
M 1n il wUn h letle more blearn In a
fnti...'t .itiM meeting Do use.'' said Den
In. dcn-on wa! ibe fltianriai man ot
j ti nun ii, out it was tear and reurs
-tore br u bin wav elni for ihe 1
' terday afternoon. j
Creen Stamps are now freely given
i at th,e ABC grocery. King street, fa-
mous for its low prices for cash. Pay
i cash and collect green stamps. 1
I hey re valuable. advertisement. j
The Portuguese Christian Endeavor I
er u.,n o a hew edlhce. Severn. ; .a(ie a vlg,t lQ ,ah Homp vestei,
ftHii-nt i-iir :oJ-l who cement tot j (iav anfl distributed flowers and fruit
niai).-o u. in the siibiiriw ni i tie town, j Ninons the patients, and also took j mmmm
hr.oite d'-Min was ioia lo heip nun charge of the regu'ar Sunday service, s?
! Dr. Maclennan removed to Alakea
II cnt WHiun lo.idw at the ntnft. j St., next Pacific Club a few 'doors be
tor pi.,t tieu uteeiifii! tioii-e was lo tie low B retania Ave. Wonderful cures
popular with discriminating men who appreci-
in wearing apparel, and who know the
various trade marks under which they
are to be found.
A Fine Line of New Styles
new in lines ami coloring and textures, but
made with that ooi old-fashioned wav of hat
making that is none too plentiful these days.
We want you all to see tlieni
4. Vrr' .
Knox Extra Qual
ity Soft and Stiff
Kinsf ncarC Fort- V: .
STOCK A5D B0ITD BOKEfiS
Heuberi Honolulu' Stick. aa4 Bond
: -T '- Exchange '
Stapgcmrald Ulig 103 gerckait SL
J. P. Morgan Co., Ltd,
STOCK BROKERS "
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
We deal tn listed and unlisted secu
rities cf all kinds. Hlda!go. La Za ca
ul pa ruober; Furisslma Kills Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
Room 17 Bseon Block. Oakland. CaU
E. G. Duisenberg
STOCKS, BONDS. REAL ES
76 Merchant St Phone 3013
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissions of Detds tor Califor
nia and Now Yo.kj NOTARY PUB.
LICj Grants Marriage Liconsss. Draws
Mortgsgss, Dssds, Bills of 8sls,
Leases. Wills, tto. Attorney for tho
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST
HONOLULU, Phone 1I4t.
. h -i(iifHe 'ie I lie r'liticrete indillry
n H.-li III t lllfail. J. Oil! IMnrf)li
r-i'r;i in hart l4i;ii mnn to puf Ihe
loHi'ei iliioiiv:!) no guarantee assails
tsii lorx )oo
I rum tru k 'onn, and fbttic were
rriHiiL'ei Mr kiM-w aft atiout the ce
tneiii iti!iiies tn id wait ready !o take
ft lih t-o.it and -arry the, Job throuch
H hii taiulij . would iHiard nim jrrulH
hi reinrii lMa-orj I Vera m JuinpeO at
th- rhnr". LrtHh n an toi'a to eat all h
ion a nuQ go to the bend ot the clan
xrnl innriHL'e limits. He look hold an
II he had dabbled tn cement all his life
I riah bustled. tie nuide everybody
e.ie hurtle. It affy on tagged he Whs
rivht on the sHt to say:
"Now., then, don't do no losflng on
the isrd This i njs Job. and be ex
le u ituncK to more lively .
V all iriToiv now. though few knew
st that flrue, that 4 here are several
cradis ol ceraetit and , that cement
rker do not shyrel and and cement
tofethei lu a bttphnzard way. There
ctjjii be due prbiHirtiorii. acfordlnc; to
I he w ork to 1 done: Trtab simply
w-iit Hhead and . hoveled. Provldeuce
mikkI back of him with dry weather
umll the walls were ready - for the
root, ana then she got tired of s rood
tbitii!. There were thoe who sal'd rue
Dim k. were loo noft and others wbu
thouynt i hey ixiutd fee bulges In the
w.iiik and Mill others who predlctel
thai two houry ralu would". poll rvery
lninc. but to alt fcuch leacOu Pegram
vriiuirft ihe Iliads rase and the tnm
b! rotne dowti'
-et- ;; .
j -Midn't wf discover the sand pit In
trie iilek ol llmeV"
"Ihrin't Brother Ulggs see the error
of hL ttSys JUNt wbeti. we were won
dering what' we "shoald do -for tbe
tn. k V -T- :'
-tie did ,
tAiid didn't rrovldence ordain that
triose freight cars should, be sninshed
up imd the cement scattered over au
ecre ol irroundy ,
, tAnd then came Uriah Kingston. At
the t roVuroadi be might bare turned to
the left and gone to Liverpool, but
providence guided him to tbe right and
"Hut It may rain, and If It does"
Mit will not rain for a month to come
Providence won't permit It to."
Tbe deacon "talked that way and be
lieved wuat he talked, and Uriah talk
ed and believed still stronger. And
then the rnln descended. It set In at
dark one day and came down In a way
to soak things. Just at daylight nest
morning, wit tv the rain still coming
down, the I wo men crept forth to see
how It fared with tbe enterprise. There
were no walls left In place of tbem
was a tnall lake of mod Every last
block ot concrete bad melted In the
rain The deacon and Ortab stood and
gazfd tor Ore long minutes like men
And then Deacon Pegram broke
loose it was years ago. bat they still
date things from that day. fje whoop
ed. He threw down his bat and Jump
ed on It. He knocked Ortab down and
Jmnpinl on him. As people came out
lo -e whiil tbe trouble was he threw
i hem into the lake of mud and whoop
ed Hirmn. He went borne and kicked
hi ("tt Hid cult ed hi wife's ear, and
tn' tie rii Hiiitick through the streets
jtnd lore va'es of! their htnces him!
il 'fix. i i-d tdev;iik Mm ntn and
WOili-!! (f ii."il HIKl Jl took two libt
n!ii rt? ii.eii :iod cbi' kei buyer lo
tl- film up coiiMioii tl to whoop
until ni cfi-e t'JMe out, nml tor thrive
(!! n- whs expected ! die Thee
n-.- 1..V.- Howii I ri.ib lMiijrstin to.
v' m,i ,-iw:iy nrnl the liil of
n oil ! nft Tin- df.i'-ori s ,H
Ur ':ii'.ii u f.-ii " i trjs ii.-nl iMlfle(1
I " "l :i I iii til h;iiid on the a
i- ic - i . ( ii. ..if tiy :i id :
Mi. i. i i'.-;r:iiii I trui vou haven t
- i..if i: n in I'nivid'We."
in f.n t tie rej-ly "I mn sure
t jit iv..v,;. n.-. n?i ('intint i: for u to
( n-'Mi'j o.n:e until tti
" i -n hum Hu n to rMi ;i narti
" 'l mwi' r!i c;:re tn. bnt no
ii Mi it'M u:!.
of chronic diseases by new serum
treatment. Phone 3630. advertise
ment. . Fapid tuition given in Music. Violin,
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo, by Prof.
L. A. de Graca. New and easy meth-1
od. Terms moderate. Address lT.")j
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.
Don't forget. advertisement.
The Kpwcrth League of tbe Meth
odist Church was the guest of the
Central Union Christian Endeavor
last night, and after an enjoyable
meeting the members of the two so?
cieties went to the Beretania Mission
Where, they took charge of the Sun
day evening service.
James H. Boyd has resigned the of
fice of fish inspector on account of
his candidacy for representative.
Dr. A. Marques has informed the
board of supervisors that the iron
street pegs at Dole and Metcalf streets
are wrongly placed, as he had been
informed by an engineer.
An application for a dance hall li
cense by Bacilio Marcelino, to be op
erated at Queen and Mililanl streets,
was denied by the board of supervis
ors on the advice of Judge W. L.
Whitney, inspector, on tho grounds
that jthe applicant was "a man ignor
ant of the English language or ways,"
and that the neighborhood was not a
good 'one In which to locate a dance
hall, as it contained several cheap
lodging houses and houses of bad rep
INTERvlSLAND BOWLING LEAGUE.
Oatius . . .
W. L. Pct.j
-". 1 .833 j
3 3 .r,W)l
2 4 .333
2 4 .333
.The Denio telephone fire alarm sys
tem will talk plainly for j'ou or for
the servant in your home, or the em.
ployee in your place of business. ad
This morning's mail brought the
scores of the Kauai team for the last
inter-islahd match bowled against the
Kamaalnas of this city, and compari
son of the totals with those shown
on the "Y" sheets developed the fact
rhat the Garden Islanders had an
nexed two out of three games. This
puts both the Oahu teams in the rdck
with Maui and Kauai first and second;
Per the winners Wolters had high
score, 212, and Crawford and Woltera
tied for highr average, 177. "
For the losers Hietow had both high
score, 240, and average, 184.
Following is the individual bowling
of the two teams: ,
- KAUAI '
Wolters ..212 165 ,154 C31
Kohlmann 141 167 136 444
Crawford 1.'8 137 132 427
jiaiser . ... . . .u.i no izo ;oi
Winter 1.j8 170 135 403
ally for Facial and Scalp treatment at home. : "
brush, masse rolle
air. electrodes. " 1 " "'"'"V-;'r;:' - ""t'''-V '-.
Complete in Oak Case, the price is;$12.00
FORT AND HOTEL1
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next week. He will arrive on the Ho- READY. TO LET CONTRACT
uoiuiau 11001 luc voui.
The buildings of the old Wilson
camp at Haikn haVe been sold to the
Japanese cannery at Pauwela, This
AVIthln ,a Ihort time the; contract
for, extending , the 'Pearl Hart or d ry-
i flourishing concern a-lenvdin&4idck ian ta4dItionaI 20O teet on.the
The polling places scattered thfodgh
out the city will be watched by a pick
ed squad of officers, delegated by Srier
iflt Jarrett, whose busbnese it will be to
put down any attempt at disorder that
iay arke at the voting booths or
within the prescribed limits of the
r-litces selected for casting the vote.
Sheriff Jarrett issued n order this
morning designating the necessary
men to preserve order throughout the
A number of men will he detailed at
the central station there to be ready
tc take to the police wagon or one of
the motor cars which will be at the
call of any precinct in the city.
Chief of Detectives McDuffie. Kel
lctt, and the regular "upl fairs" force
w ill make a tour of the precinct voting
plsces while a number of mounted T
ficers will also take in some or ? c
"We propose to keep order at the
polling places to the best of our abili
ty with the limited force at our com
mand" declared Sheriff Jarrett tnis
morning. "We don't intend to etini
lor any rough house.
Gear . .
Scott . .
855 713 810 2378
The 240 bowled by Rietow for the
Kamaainasr is a local record "or match
games. The record last year was
made by Wisdom, who bowled 23(5.
good uuslness the' last yean The
plant is soon to Jbe enlarged. It Is tin?
FOR DRYDOCK: EXTENSION
outshore- ehtf will bV read1 for the
signatures of - the - San Francisco
Bridge Co. and the 1 Hawaiian Dredg-
The Island Elettric Company U : fng Co., the contractors now engaged
making a good offer to the citizens of in completing the original drydock for
Wrailuku and Kahului. If wiring is the Navy Department
Jone before the fifteenth cf thei Some time ago a board of naval
month there will be considerable re officers fixed the compensation for
auction of the- cost. Also If electric j the Increased! work, this clause, being
cooking apparatus is installed in the! j in the original contract, which con-
housies, the current used will be
charged at fifteen cents a kilowatt ini
stead of at. twenty cents, the rate for
lighting purposes. 0
WAILUKU, Matii; Ndfr. .2 The
Church of the Good Shepherd in Wai
luku has received a handsome dona
tion of $500 toward the organ t.:nd 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
J place the organ in a few months.
When the new church was erected,
rmple space was left for the erection
of the organ. Rev. Wm. S. Short, the
lector, had word qf the gift bst even
Matthew Bocarde, a San Francisco
businessman, went suddenly insane
and tried to slash his wife's throat
and kill himself.
The library committee of the Maui
Library Association met this week
end 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 less 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.
Tranosients and people stopping on
the island for a short time have spe
cial consideration from the library.
L. F. Jones is driving the Cadillac
that belongs to Wm. II. Engle.
the dock was finished.
Other work at Pearl Harbor Is pro
gressing rapidly, the- seven- industrial
buildings being all In place, while
several other buildings are well under
way: - , ',; ; v ; :.'
ADVANCES IN EWA,.
i S OAHU AND PINEAPPLE
CSfoconed theweek strrmg.
There wa ? more Variety and volume -than
.tor. -one day: orv som time past. '
ICwa " advanced threerelgliths ind
Cahu one-quarter poInt.'and there Was
ho' decline In any sugar stock. Tine-
apple Jumped up another v half point.
There Is a prevalent .'; feeling that
something WHl bio doing" in Piheapple
about the end of the year. Sales be
fwoen boards were 10 acl 5 of Oahu
at 2C; 40 Pioneer at 300p 20 and io
Walaluarat 110 - ' , : '
On .the board 5 an 5 If. G. & 8. Co.
61d at 40; 20 McBryde at 5.5Q;,3t)
Pioneer at 30.50 15 Waialua at llo;
5 and 5 Ewa at 2S.30; . 10 Hawaiian
Pineapple at 45.59. and .60 Oahu In
flTeJunequal lata at 26.23k ' : .
Crepe Goods and
121S Fort SL, siIhmc Iieref;in!;i
Telcphoiie 3JKK V. O. Box 7.:
The Haiku extension of the Kahu
lui railrca 1 is so tnr along mat the
1 company !;opcs to run trains jo a few
cays into Haniakr.apoko. Some of the
heavy iron work on the new .:ahkv
bridge is in position. Ti.e Maui pec
' pie living i;i this portion of the eland
are miit-h wleasod over tho prospect
't a good railway service into the
Haiku res'on. The regular passenger
I trams seem to bo speeding up some
;vvhat in order to ste liovv lapidly the
itirre can be mode between siaiions.
. The iivJications aiv fl.a: the scluHtnle
'will be ( !)ju-ik-rably short' ned.
j . ('
j The lands of the extensive Everett
estate in Waikapu are being cle.ije!
bv 'he WaiMiku Sugar Company 'for
! planting in the near future. ;i is un-'ders-iood
that some land' in Wai'uku
thnt bHh'ji.ceil to the estate go
with the W.i.l-npu projie, t y.
Wm. II. Knsle. the popular hu.i::;
manager .11 ih.e Aleanier lln.i.;e
1 1 ' 1 i 1 n a s i 1 1 1 1 1 , 1'i-tiiiti.- iu W'ailukii this
MMM of Ml
t TV1 Av 1J '
Will have no difficulty in
being fitted from our.line
Ready-to-Wear suits ior
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.
Fort and Merchant Sts.