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tlOKOLCLD ST AH BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. i, 1912.
Williamson & Ba
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stock and Bond Brokers
ni P. O. Box K8
SJ MEBCM.IT HTUEKI:
THEATER OUITS i" -
Only, two-stroke-cycle engine on the
market that successfully uses Dis
tillate as well as Gasoline. .
valves with attendant cams.
springs and gears to wear and need
No Latteriesjto run down or die from
f,eiting wet, nor cranking necessary
to start and run continuously.
4 2. 8-10, 12-15, 20-25 ' horsepower
Smalley".; Engines In Honolulu
stcck. j;t '
GEO: H. PARIS
FOR BUILDINGS-rlnside. and
out, thert has not yet been
' found, the. equal of W.'P.
Fuller' A .Co.'t ',. .;. 'p ':' v.
Pure Prepared Paint
S. King St.
7 nr-r-i - :nr-ft;
. 120 LOTS' 40 by SO feet for
sale at Kalihi,-right on King
Street, near tha Kalihi bridgt.
Price range from $350. to (500
lot . - V y ;
Liberal discount will b tJ
lowed for cash.
Term ai vary aaty.
; Inqulrt of,
Land Go., Ltd.
Honolulu StocK Excnange
Wednesday, December 4.
NAME OP STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Agric Co
Haw. Com. ft Bug. Co. ... .
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Honomu Sugar Co.
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantation Co. . . .
Kek&ha Sugai Co. .
Koloa Sugar Co. ...I
McBryde Sugar Co. ... .
Oahu Sugar Co. ......... .
Onomea Sugar Co. ......
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. .....
Paauhau Sugar Plant Ca
Pacific Sugar Mill ...... .
Pala Plantation Co.
PepeekMj Sugar Co. . . .
Pioneer Mill Co. ........ .
Walalua Agrie Co. .... . .
Walluku Sugar Ca ..... .
Walmanalo Sugar Co. .
Waimea Sugar A in Ca . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R.T. & L. Co.. Pref.
KoaZTLTZttlL C07, Com. .
Mutual Telephone Ca . ..
HU6 R. R. Co, Com. . .
Hon. a ft M.Ca ........
Haw. Irrgtn. Ca, 6s . . . , ,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok RC, pa up.
Pahang Kub. Co. .......
Hon. B. ft M. Ca Ass...
Haw-.Ter.4X (FlreCL) .'.
Haw.Ter. 4 ...........
Haw. Ter. 4 Pob. Imps
haw. Ten 3 X ...i..;..
CaL Beet Sug. ft Ret Ca 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd, 5s.
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co. 5
Hllo R. R. Co., Issu. 1901.
Hllo R. R. Co., Con. 6 . . .
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Hon.R.T. AL.Co.6 ...
Kauai Ry. Ca 6s........'
Kohala Ditch Ca 6s ..... .
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. ..........
Oahu R. ft L. CO. 5 X .....
Oahu Sugar Ca 5 . . . . . .
Olaa Sugar Ca 6 . ......
Pae. Sug. Mill Ca 6s ... . ;
Nuiiui. If 111 f
(ivunt 4u.1t w . .....
Walalua Agrlc CaCX
Natomas Con. 6a........
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6....
.75 30 ,
SA)'i 34 K
i4l 24 X
25 i 26
2iX 21 Ki
.f- 1 co 3 .
i " ' - ..
; A - r
103 J .. ..1:
toi r (62
10: H ........
04 V 94 W
ioqH .... ....
Between Boards 20 Walalua 98Vi.
50 Haw. Pine. Co, 44 60 Waialua
44, 100 Walalua 4454, 50 O. R..&.L.
Co. 145, SO Ewa 26. 80 Ewa 26,
120 Honokaa 1 8, 20 Olaa B; 40 Oahu
Sug. Co. 24n 35 Oahu Sug. Co. 24,
70 Oahu Sug. Co. 24, 50 Oahu Sug.
Co. 24, 10 Oahu Sug. Co.- 24:
Session, Sales 40 Jiaw. G. & S. Co.
:88 analysis beets 9s 5 d.; parity
3.99; 96 centrifugals, 4.05.
Beets 9s 5 34d
j . Exckanf e. ' '. ,
ffembexi Henolali Stock ail Ben!
FOBI HID HEECHAM 8TTS
Telephone 12C8. V""
Harry Armitagc 6c Co.,
UmfUd ; k :
V8TOCK AND 'ION O BROKERS
P. a Bex CSS Phon. till
Mttnber Honolulu Btock " arnd Bona
STOCK AKD BOND BB0XEBS
tfemben Ilonolilt Stock aa4 Bob!
" Exchange - 1
Stangenwair Bld 103 fierekaiL St
Fuji furnijure Co.,
618 North King St.-
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i j Japanese and
J. F. Morgan CoM Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
7C Merchant St.
Any part of 1000 shares Mascot Cop
per, $iw0 share. We guarantee de.
Ihery In your name. Send money
through Bishop ft to. to Oakland Bank
of Satlnes. W. E. LOGAN-ft-C04
i:era 17 Bac.n Block, Oakland, California.
Fer a hack ring up 2307 adver
tisement Wicbman ft Co. have the most
beautiful holiday stock in their his
tory. Tourist should stop at tbe "Pleaa
anton Hotel." A real Tropical Resort.
Full dress suits and Tuxedos are
among the attractive Christmas sug
gestions at Silva's Toggery.
A kodak is the ideal Christmas gift
for old or young. Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. has a complete stock.
Mountain King Mine shareholders
will hold a meeting at the office of A.
J. Campbell at 4:45 this afternoon.
the Coast during December, - on the '
5th, 9th,' 11th. 14th. 17th, 24th, 27th ;
The rehearsal of the Christmas ex
ercises of the Methodist Sunday
hchool. will be held "on Thursday of
Wanted Two more passengers for
around - the - Island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141. ad
vertisement .The Kalihi Improvement Club will
bold its regular monthly meeting to
night at seven-thirty o'clock, and all
Clothes cleaned and pressed. Aba
die's French Method of Dry Cleaning.
French Laundry, 777 "King St; Tele
phone 1491. advertisement f
Dickerson, The Leading. Milliner,
will move into the new Cooke Build
ing, Fort street, about Dec. 10th.?.
advertisement . i
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171 Advertisement
Centrifugal 96 test was still 4.05 in
New York ; yesterday, i although hold
ers of raws, as cabled to Alexander
ft Baldwin,; were asking a shade lessJ
The regular monthly meeting of the
Kalihi Improvement Club will be held
at the chapel, corner of Gullck' avenue
and Beckley streets Wednesday even
ing. Dec. 4th. at 7:30 o'clock. ;
A gift for any housewife "How to
Use Hawaiian Fruit and Fruit Pro
ducts, by Miss Agnes Alexander.
New edition for .. sale .--at all -vhook
stores, 75 cents. advertisement ;
i Green Stamp are now freely glven
at the ABC grocery. King street fa
mous for its low prices for cash. Pay
cash and - collect green stamps.
They're Valuable. advertisement ' 1
Suitable Christmas; gifts in 4 em
broidery and chochet made by ? the
girls of the Susannah Wesley Home
will be on sale Saturday morning at
the Promotion Committee rooms, t f
? Piof.' De Graca gives lessons on Vio
lin, .Cello, Mandolin, : Guitar.- Ukulele
and Hawaiian -music.-. Terms moder
ate. v Studio, 424 Beretania St opp.
Dr. Straub'a ! sanatorium. advertise
ment : '" ; ''-''''' '' '';'!
' The . U.' S. Depot Quartermaster's
office advises that the ' transport
Logan will arrive at 4:30 this after
noon, docking at Richards street
wharf. The Logan will sail for rSah
Francisco at noon tomorrow.
Christmas f ;. Stationery, Holiday
Boxes in sizes to fit almost any pres
ent, Stickers and all you seed to make
your presents attractive, A. B.'Ar-
leigh & Co., Ltd.. ' The Hotel Street
Stationers. advertisement.- ' . ?
The second of the series of meet
ings which Reverend R. E. Smith is
addressing will be held at the Y. M. C.
A. tomorrow, at twelve-thirty o'clock.
The subject is "Religion of. Sensible
Men." - , . ;.-Vv; X-vli '
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 foreet advertisement - ?
At a meeting of the Kilohana Club,
to be held at S:30 this afternoon,
there will be a discussion of the pro
posed ' consolidation of all the , wo
men's clubs of the city. All women
interested in the movement are in
vited to attend. , v ; . -:
A case of Hawaiian preserves makes
a : fine gift ' For distant points,, the
Persia, Korea and Honolulan are the
Xmas boats. Call at the factory, King
and South, streets, hnd give your or
der: we do the rest Phone 4045. ad
vertisement ..- ": ; , ;-:; .
"Land commissioner Tucker has
practically closed a deal with the
Bishon Estate for a site for a school
at Kalihi-kai. 1 The Oahu Loan Fund
Commission has already made an ap
propriation of.', 58,000 for the school
Next Sunday evening the; Hughes
people will put on a bill at the Second
Infantryl amusement hall,, the three
post exchanges financing the under
taking, in order to present tne Dest
show obtainable to the show-lovers
at the big post at Leilehua. .
.: On the New York stock exchange
yesterday, Harriman securities led at
the opening. Union Pacific rose be
tween one and two points. Southern
Pacific opened with a slight gain but
before closing fell below Monday s
closing. Call money advanced to nine
per, cent l.
Acting-chief Kellett has gathered in
a Korean who is alleged to have an
nexed some goods that did not be
long to him. The police claim there
are two others of about the same
stamp connected . with the' theft, and
they will be rounded up shortly for
The junior branch of the Hawaiian
Philatelic Association will meet this
afternoon at four o'clock at the Y. M.
C' A. for the purpose of making ar
ranements for the stamp exhibition
to oe held December 13. All mem
bers and those interested are request
ed to be present
Closing quotations for Hawaiian
stocks in San Francisco yesterday
were as follows: . Hawaiian Com
mercial, 34.25 bid ; Hawaiian Sugar.
3ft bid, 38 asked; Honokaa, 7 bid.
10 asked; Hutchinson. 16 bid. 16.5a
asked: Kilauea. 12 bid; Onomea, 20.50
bid. 31.50 asked; Paauhau. 18.50 bid:
Honolulu Plantation, 32 bid; Honolulu
Oil. 1.25 acked.
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Chicago, 111., Saturday Five weeks j
ago the management of the Columbia
Theater.' a burlesque house, entirely
abandoned billboard publicity. Since
then it has confined Its advertising
strictly to the columns of the news
papers. "We have been playing to an aver
age weekly attendance of 11,000 since
wc quit uiinE the billboards," said Mr.
E. H. Wood, the manager, in discuss
ine the change today. ' Our business
is better titan ever," he continued.
"and ; the ,; patronage averages . higher
in the quality of its personnel. I
attribute both these- facta directly to
a more- generous use of newspaper
space and to the consequent added
dignity which burlesque of the better,
cleaner clas acquires thereby." V
" Mr. Wood -was , the first in Chicago
to give up the use of lithographs in
the - windows of stores, barber shops,
saloons and other places, and to
abolish the distribution of free tick
ets. Many JocaLtheatr real men sound
ed a 'warning against this innovation.
They .thoughts it. altogether too; bold
and dangerous a-step Today, nearly
all the- theaters down town have quit
the window lithograph:" business and
the free list O .
-More than a month ago, said Mr.
Wood, "we took what appeared to be
a still more , radical step when we
gave up billboard publicity, You
may be sure I did not take .this .step
blindly. . I stood In the lobby of tuc
house here day after day for a. long
time and asked many patrons as they
came in how they came to be at;
tracted to the show.
Not' in one single case did a man
tell me he had seen or read our ad
vertisement on a billboard. An pveiy
whelming majority said thay had read
the advertisement in a newspaper. : I
am convinced from the answers I got
from these patrons . that fully ninety
per cent v of those who come to this
house are regular readers of the news
papers in which we advertise;: and
for that reason I abandoned the bill
boards." - - j i
Pape'sDiapepsin" Gives In
stant Relief and theiRe-
A poet says inusic is the food of
love, but a corner groceryman' says
there is a constantly increasing de
mand for canned goods.
Every year regularly more than, a
million stomach sufferers. Inthe Unit
ed States, England and Canada i take
Pane's Dlapepsin, and realize not, only
immediate, but lasting relief. .'. '. ;
This harmless preparation will di
gest anything you eat and overcome
a sour,1 gassy or out-of-order stomach
five minutes afterwards. , i i .
If your jneals don't flfcomfortably,
or what you eat lies like a' Jump ; of
lead in your stomach; or if you ,have
heartburn, that is a'sign of indigestion.
: Get from your pharmacist a 50-cent
case of Pape's Dlapepsin and take a
dose just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food .mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches, dizziness or in
testinal griping. This will all go and,
besides, there will be . no sour food
left over In the stomach to poison your
breath with nausedus odors. t
' Pape's Dlapepsin is a Certaincure
for, out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests it
just, the same as if your stomach
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery is waiting for you at any
These large 50-cent cases contain
more than " sufficient to thoroughly
cure almost any case of dyspepsia, in
digestion or any other stomach disor:
der. - , , .
MILITARY CONVICT IS
TRIED 205 TIMES; PAL
IN COURT 147 TIMES
Men -Who Escaped at Alcatraz
Said to Have Been Desperate
LEAVENWORTH. Kan.. Nov. 18.
Thos. V. Frayne and Michael Muillns,
military convects, who made their es
cape from the prison at Alcatraz Is
land, Cal., Saturday by sawing, the
bars of their cells and leaving the is
bnd hy means of a raft, were two "of
the most desperate men ever confined
in the military prison here, according
to Lieut. Col. Slavens, warden of the
The mien were transferred from
Fort Leavenworth to Alcatraz last
While confined here Frayne was
tried thirteen times by courtmartial
and one hundred and tbirty-four times
by the executive officers of the prison.
Mullins was tried five times by court
martial and two hundred times by exe
cutive officers, i rayne ence tried to
make his escape by hiding in a boiler.
Both men were brought to Leaven
worth from Fort .Jav, X. Y Frayne
was serving a senten"e of five years
and six months for desertion and as
sault. Mullins was convicted of lrau
dulent enlistment, desertion. esoSpe
pnd assault. 11 is sentence was thirteen
PhAtn.Eneravlnsr of lhrhmt rrade
ran be secured from the Star-BaUetia
Photo-Engrailng Plant. j
Copyright Htt Schattner e Man .
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If you want to give a man a real substantial
Christmas gift one he can enjoy for years
give him a
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We have a complete new line for the
A remarkable assortment of
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King, near Fort