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: HONOLULU 6TA1:UULLI:TI2 THUIDAY, ,:COV 21; 112.
UiUidmsoh & But tolph
LOCAL AND GEu'SLtt
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;2 HUE C1I AST 8THELI '
Thursday; November 21.;.
NAMEOFSTOCKj Bid . A Aske-L
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A- SUGAR. . v V
- I'wa plaatatioa Co. . .V
; Hawaiian Agrie Co..,,.;
J Haw. Com. & Sog. CoA,".
7 Hawaiian Sui Co.
"A Ilonoma SnarrCo. V-"i.'
A; llcnokaaiAA" -r Ca
Jiaikn Sugar Co. . .; ,. :
; Hutchinson Euar riant. .
Kahuku riaLtAtlca CO.'..;
A Keka!.: feev Co,.. ,...
Koloai r Co. .........
.; McBryc;: tA:;:ar Ca
A'- -Oa b ii S u gar Ca ....... .
; O'aa Sugar Co Ltd. .v..i
Paachau Sugar riant Co.
Pacific Szr.zr II 111
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, r . ! a riar. t .-. tloa Co, VI
- rifcekj Uugar Ca
Ptcnrcr Mill Co. ...... .
i lulaku L- . r Co. . - j. .
r - V.'afmarli'o UujearCo.'.V.-"V.';:'ai;e;-r
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mzc ell an nous.
A Inter-Island Stean-N. Oo.
Hawaiian HectrlcCo. ,..
1 Ino. It T. & 1 Co., Prcf.
1 lea. II. T. L. Co., Con. .
2 r ct c a 1 Tc! rr h cne Co. . .
O-... u IL u I Ca ......
lino n. co m......
nri it it ca. a.-.
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MCRCHA14T ST I". L CT STA R CLDGu
' Aty -ri cf I?-;) k ires.,
t r, J share. 'Mt''
llirrr ia jour came., fftri nonet
thrrcsh KlsLop & Co. to Oakland Lank
f .Viilrrs. W I). L(5(iAN &rCO,
J! - :: IT Barca I'.Iock, r Calmed,-Call-
Kcal Istate, Leans, Investments,
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' CUNI1A- ELDG.V- MERCHANT ST." "
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CONDS, REAL ES--
r r tKICf I A KIM w . ' . 1
75 Merchant St 7 i Phone 3013
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Tor a back rixt cp 2S3i-advcr-
" Tourists Shouia toi at tue Plcas
anton Hotel. A real Trorlcal Hesort
r-advcrtlsemcnt:- " ' '." ": .j
, VVanteo Two more passengera" for
around - tbe - Wand at 16.00. Lew
Stabks and ; Carage. Tel. 2141 -adr
r Prcttr trimmed fcats Srom $1.00 n
at Dlckerson's Kemoral Sale, Hotel t
Majestic, Beretanla and Fort Sts. ad
vertisement V;: i , ifr'"ir t?)
Orders taken now for green. Christ-j
znas. trees : from California. 1 Ienry
May & Co., t.ia. .Tejepnone izti.
advertisement - r 7 : - '
The . Q:--C.-: S. ' S, rgood eats' table
will be groaning under, tbe weight Of
the good things, all bomethade, and
by the best cooks to this city.
The regular - meeting of Waialaer'
Kalmukl . and Palolo j Jmproveraent
Club will be held. at" Ulliiokalani--
school assembly; hall at 7:30 tMIs eve
ning. --V-v . H.-; -;;
Prof. De Graca glres lessons on Ylo-
UnS Cello.- Mandolin, Guitar, Ukulele J
and Hawaiian : music Terms moder
ate. ;.Etudio,' KSretania St. Phone
S643 advertisement "'l" ; ' . '
h All interested in the matter; of the
new Roman Catholic Chapel At , Puna
hou are Invited to attend a meeting In
Dreier Hall, Union 'Street, Friday
evening, v at; 8 ' o'clock. "" -.? ' . : i : v :
; Green Stamps are now freely given
at the-A'' If C grocery. King street, fa
mous" for its low prices for cash. Pay
cash ;and collect, green : stamps.
They're valuable. advertisement : ;
,: Tineapple soda and Hire's Roo't Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tied by tho Consolidated Soda "Works,
('bono 2171 advertisement v-vA'.t-
Clothes cleaned and pressed. .Aba
die's Fccnch Method of" Dry Cleaning.
French Laundry, 777 King St Tele
j,I:nt:c 1491. advertisement.' "" '
; Clirictmas 4 ; Stationery, . ; Holiday
Iioxes in rlzes to fit almost any pres-i
ent, Stickers and all you need to make
ycur presents attractive, AJ B. Ar- J
lelsh & Co.," Ltd.. The Hotel Street-
Stationers. advertisement ': '
Kvery child writing a letter to
ta . Claus, addressing ' it to ;.VALL,
NICHOIS: COJIPANY, HONOLULU,
givln- their Post Office address, will
- rc:. r.hcrcd at Christmas . time.
V . n't fj T : t a ,'vt rti?c ment ' .k i i;
The .hand r... Je ir.s offered '; for
fa! ty tho Golden Circle Sewing
Club are , works of art ' and the
prices are rery reasonable. The place
of sale, The Baltimore. Store Na 2,
Fort . St.. near, Beretania. the time
Saturday, ; November 23. -; Advertise
ment. - ;; :; ' y;. . ! ; '' H 'X'l
See Uie .window display of English
Bon Bon Crackers for table decora
tion at Henry May'& Co., Ltd. The
greatest variety of novelties ever im
ported. . Call and make your selection
fcr your Thanksgiving and 'Christmas
rartics. ' .V.'e -will reserve them - for"
3 ; .:... ,!v rti-cmcnt y : . v
"Oh, Co ycu remember," Sweet Alice,
Ben I'olt?" .Also remember, that the
fancywerk Bale by the Golden Circle
ewlns Society will be;tcld. faturdiy,"
t" Trow, cn Tort street ia
c cccn;-!' I :y raltoore
the ccnvcr.t All votl:
j . .-1 v. on t tc.il s,o av f vl
Cru ' 1 A! -ireha Tc Ms the -best
c" 'eh : f-oi i i tl ? marh.t. The hi-h
1 ret:.. cf; u'eln in; it males the
c' ' I.: ! -y : : o : e c"s,'. also 'l-akes
t: . :i. e.rc. a:.i healthy :and cheeper
! y ft cr"t. th".n r.ny ether poultry
; t t c i to lh hj 'market Or
el, r and i -;tronize Lome Industry.
51.' 1 u taz.d-livered. , Vhone 4CJ7,
A" -;La l.d Co., Ltd. advertise
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Taiso V.'atanabe, a " Japanese .37
trl t C o ," rn
, ffnrVnJ . frnrJ
? .: ; c'-V ' tahen
!T- , Ih l.vye lerdey suffering from
.:. .3 rc.v;vd whhe he vas engaged
: - rn! : c r ri hiih and guava trehes
' n t .: lire 1 care Leycnd cci.trol, ;"TV a e ie r: JO" nsVn IS-t
. - . 1, ctor, -v,!aile?:cd to have got exceedingly wroth
7- -1 . - V; fir 1T A hl!r
,! :rncd away ;.-d his I :ly presented
v. tTr" '7 5 !-'.t, tho 1 -'.rns- covering
. t . " ;.;ay net live.
,'iV.i tha vl.'.v to'-lcautifyicg .the
urds cf tho new ;Library: of Hawaii
the Outdoor Circle of the Kilohana
Art League has-been niakic a study
cf the situation in regard to fthe
I h tlr.T cf lawns, shh;Lberyf and
t!- :. I Irs. A. Lewis, Jf.j recommend
ed t!!rt t! iron fence and-stone-wall
on the Llkelike street skleof. the Cap
itol grevnds ' be removed," thereby
bringing the library grounds into the
area of the public buildings already
( . nstructcd. ; '-''A. . ;.;-
In company-with Mr.' Buross man
ager of the local Federal .Telegraph
company," Acting British Consul. Har
rington took a trip tor Heeia yester
day, , where; he; had a practical lesson
ia wireless' v telegraphy and - talked
through tho air with Carnegie Rpss,
British consul general of San Fran
cisco. ' Mr. Harrington is, greatly ve
thuspd 'oyer the opening of the new
day jkvlriess, ' and expects that great
things will be accomplished under . the
new Poulsen systtm. -- ;;" 7 ;' :
' Spanish Immigrants .no1 leave the
Hawaiian ' -Tsldnds . fot" 7' California,
where they expect to 'Xind plenty of
easy " work hind money,, dp, rnot . meet
with the great success they expect to
on their arrlvalv Ty 1 1 has s been stated
by the Spanish ; consul' at : San Fran
cisco, that many of the Spaniards who
have left Hawaii for California -are;
desirous ' of, 'returning Uo .the Islands.
The ?srtuatica for .them;in. - California i
iS;.not as brlsht' as it. is 'painted. Two;
Spaniards; only "have left ' Hawaii; for
the Coast within the'lasi twomdntas.'
i mm ..
h Studi;7to: :hp,RIlVENt!?t1rs In t your :
house of y placed of business. Study i
the! Denio' fire alarm system. Advier-
J.isement-..t. . - iy-1
,k 7 7
; ft W 1. . . .
ri u -wou J d n t
.: spme and comfortable1 Smoking
? Jacket or a lounging robe; W've some-?-:
thittc -ncw in H
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fjin early scl ectib nllgg:
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''i-'iJ?- 'i'1; ' :-' :':; 'i'i - ;; JS-. - v,'-':v;;r C -;' -S' c ''i"' '-'-?
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.A romance, which started on a
steamer enroute f rbm Japan to. Hono
lulu, .came to a rather sudden ending
yesterday when Ordu, a young Japan
ese girl "seventeen '.years v old, was
locked In. the room of a Japanese ho
tel Ly.an-ar.ry father and later taken
aboard a tr earner, and "-'sent to her
home ' on Haul, ail JDecause of her
wish to marry,; the Japanese - boy
whom she had met" on the boat dur
ing her. trip. : v ' ; ';' ; ;;; ': V
, The young Japanese boy, whose
parents had recently died 'here, ' wa3
ieturrJng - to Honolulu - to claim-ths
estate; y Vn th3 'steamer he made tl; j
Eccjuainttnce of Ordu, 'which resulted
in a (Hse of love at first si'-hC ; All
cnt 11" until tl i girl met Jeer par
ANTien the - wireless - operators ,' eta
tionc l in the Oceanic ; liner Sonoina
that arrived at Honolulu . on October
28 cMZht from the air a message from
M6' aMtson Navigation steamer Wil-
beln.Ina telling of much loss of deck
cargo because of heavy seas, which
ur roure surgea over xne ueep laaen.
j Through the circulation of the story
that over one hundred tons sand and
salt had been" washed overboard ' as
well as some seventy five feet of 'rail,
it is alleged that one or'more wireless
operators in the,VilheImimv have been
let out and that new men, who are bet
tei pledged to eecr.ccy.have been tub-'
stituted.A . ; r-:: l
In defense of the men who 'are de
clared t to have incurred the displeas
ure of the veteran skipper in the AVII
helm jna. it Is '.claimed :that both' .the
Pacific , Mail liner Manchuria as well
as the Oceanic Sonoma' were in more
or less constanO touch with the ;Vil
hclmina, then labdring through tre
mendous scaV. " ' ; ' ' r ; ' ...
Whether A general shake up among
wireless ; operators .' will follow Is; yet
a" matter of . conjecture,- though , two
new men in cliarge of the "wireless of
fice in the Ludline arrived at the port
last tilcht In thnt vprroI A ' -
"AvA' A - '"
V Leqn M Strau3 this mbrnlng "bought
20a ; shares - of , Honolu la ConsolidSteil
Oil Company at I1.S5. X-V ;'--
A r h. : : 'i - A - " '" ".. -
; Centrifugals i 36 .testsugar: remains
ut 4.05 in New York, according to last
night's telegraph report j V. ' :A
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; ! "-ri."' '' ., .:. .' ' Z-A?'"' ''-"A'i-f-
Hawaiian stocks closed yesterday in
San Francisco .as ollowss Hawaiian
Commercial, -'40'asked;. Hawaiian Sug
ar30 bid;rHonokaa.J0 asked; Hutch
icson, 183 asked; Kilanea, 12 asked ;
Onomea. S5 : asked; ' Paauhau, - 20.50
asked; Honolulu; Plantation, 35 asked;
- A V A .7A A A; : ' ' ' 'A7 ; : A:'- L
;,' HopieApolItlcs as well as-the Balkan
war caused heaviness with irregularity
on the .New York stock" exchange yes-rday.,-.
OUhstocks were-, conspicuott3
lor their activity and strength; . Can
adian ' Pacifls, Union . Paclfie and .cop-,!
per aiso; were. exceptions torthe gen
eral reaction. Call money was In light
"demand and unchanged A ,A t-
- v Among '. the army . retirements for
next year'are those of 'Gen.-Walter S.
Schtiylei'.'commandlng the department
of California, on' April 26, and Cbap
lain "Samuel 1 1, Bell; . First Field Ar
tillery; Schofield Barracks Novt 15.
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, a e uguc;in a ; nana-
ents on the shores of Honolulu To
them shebroached the subject of her
desire to marry the man of her choice.
Her mother' evidently; favored the
match but Tafher; refused to listen ' ta
it, as he sal J .her had already picked
out a huitiii for the girl, a man
about fiffy years bid. :
The - girl; was brought' to' Honolulu
last week by her mother, and again
she met the!' man of her choice, thi3
time at' "the"' home I of her aunt Oa
Jlcnday, th ste-ri;parent entered the
scene and demanded of the girl' that
she stay aivay . 'entirely from, hoc
Ioverf an'OT en aying upom- a; fev
fri-rlds .ter 2.;! ;cir4aibe-tboi . hereto
tho hotel - and. later put her; aboard
tl -.9 kteu&cT bound for. her home in
j v ..
, :. The board of. Immigration is plan
ning , to .bring one. or two. more shi)
loada of immigranta from - S pain,: an d
is . conferriag with-the Spanish consul
over arrangements. It is said that
transportation-can now b obtained,
whJch.was Jmpossible earlier this year
in consequsnce of which Spaniards
and Portuguese assembled at, Gibral
tar cc-'i rct be brcrht cut ar i had
to bo ahowed to return to'tv.eir ! onres.
It b state I'iCeat; Pijnhend C' Urown
ba beea ceder.r i .frc.a .Ruela to the
sci'thcf T'lrcpo to attend ta t! r3 mat
t.j.; L'r.'Metor p. Claik U'cn his way
c:r ? f.re-4. r.'as;a, expecting to, reaett
hero in the Sonoma on December 23.ru
i The;cionsul t has. reported , to A the
board on. conditions; he .found In an
lards on the plantations, making sug-
gestiona. of various little changes to
fcnhace,their contentment Accordingly
recommendations will be' made, to the
plsntatlonj managers, '.whJch.-; it h Is ex
pected will be carried out. - 7 7v 1 -
KEICAHA PLANTATION GETS
WATER tLICENSE EXTENDED!
'The . Territorial 7 jgovernment " has
granted a nextension of two and ono
half tyeaH iothetdltch :and Twafier
on the lands of the Walmea Corn
license held by tho Kekaha Plantation
pany on Kauai, ' so that this license
will . vexpire r"seten ; and - one-halt
taueously .'with - the reversion of the
Kekaha plantation' to the governmeht
1 The extension of the ditch "and . wat
er license Jaas been made on. jthe un
derstanding that c thet Kekaha planta
tion "will construct a power plant and
make otter Improvements .reachinga
total : valuation , of r about A $150,000,
which7shall come mto : the govern-.
iaent'8 ; possession ; at the 6amc ct'me
that the plantation land reverts to the
A Governors Frear , thinks r" th 1 s ; irriga
tion system: will ; be- worth about; $400,-;
COO by- the c time the. liqense expires.
The -sale,' of the water" to the pmata
tion'lnithe meantime also provides a
definite revenue, ? 66,A taken collective-It,-
the Chief Executive; consid era the
deal" highly -satisfactory to the Terti-
ANDKRSONIne Honolulu, November
7 2I. .1912, to'Mrk and, Mrs. Robbins
B . Anderson a. daughter. - -
- to Mr. and Mrs; W. J. West, a daugh -
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Exclusive "i Yet 3 Inexpensive . Headsear
!' . A; MR8a BLACK8HEAR o A- f
Harrison Bile, - Fort SU nr; Beretania
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A The Hawaiian band will give a f
He 'concert; this'ealng -at the -Sea-sidet
WalkikLVat : 7 : 30A o'clockA The
program is. asv foljows ;t ;"''Ve: A h
March:7 Krieger XnewKii.i.ASilwedel
Overture : French Comedj.Vi A,s. : Bela
(a)X Zurich, " tbr Reiter .(new) .vi.i-
t -: v . Sil wfcdd
Selection; - Jerusalem AU -Venii
Vocal:1 Hawaiian Songs.ar. by Berger
Selection: .Jolly Pupils. ;;i7: .. Suppe
Wal tz : A Laura 7 : 7 r 7; .7 Jlil locke r
,The ' Star-Spangied ' Banner;
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