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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 1912.
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Wamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
l'hn 1IS2 . P. 0. Box 28
St MERCHANT 8THEET
Honolulu StocR Exchange
Tuesday, Iecenbcr 10.
NAMEOF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C Brewer A Co.
Ewa Plautation Co. ..... .
1 lawallan A Erie Co. .... .
Haw. Com. & Hug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co. .....
Honotca Sugar Co. ......
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kabuku Plantation Co'. . . .
McBryde Sugar Co. .....
OahuSugar Co. .........
Onomea Sugar Co. ......
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. .....
1'uauhau Sugar Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill . .......
Pala PlanUtl.-n Co.
reekfto Sugar Co. ......
Pioneer Mill Ca
waiaiua Agnc 10.,
Wailuku Sugr Co. ......
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
. if-i n..... .fit n
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
lioo. R. T. & L. Ca, Pref.
1 Han t I i. t f am
. IUU. IV. 1 . Ob J. VA'Ui. .
Mutual Telephone Ca ..;
O&hu R & I. Co. . . ......
u uo it. xu ija na., , . . . .
iiiio jo uirn. ....
JIawv Irrgn. Ca, 6s ; ; . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok A.CV pd. P
Pabang Rub. Co.
lion. B. & M. Ca an...
Haw. Ter, i (FlraCL)...
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
- 74 c .........
Haw. Ter. 44-.,
Cal. Beet Sue. & Ret. Co I
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 6.
Haw. Coza. & Sug. Co. 5 Z
HIlo R. R. Co.. Issue 1901.
IfnnriVaa Cnnr rv V
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Hon. Ic TV IL fin 8 y
Kautl Ry.Co. 6........
Kobala bitch Co. 6s......
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
OahuSugar Co 5
Pac Sag. Mill Co. 6s ...
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 . . . . ..
waiaiaaAgric Ca5 ...
Nstom&a Con. : . . .
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
uamaicua uitcn ; 62. ... .
ftf" 8 "
.. ..... .60
LOCAL AND GENERAL
' ; ,": ' SALE8. " '
Between Boards 20 Pioneer f 25.75;
.13 McBryde 5. , . ; r
Session Sales--5 McBryde 5. 20 Mc
Bryde '6, 20 McBryde S, 10 McBryde
20 McBryde 5. 23 Oahu SSugar- Co.
23.. 5 Oahu 23, 5 Oahn 23, 5
Oahu 23: ., .
:.., ? Sugar Quotations. -
88 analyeis beets 9s 3d.; parity
3.93; centrifugals 4.03.
' . Dividends. :
- December 10.-J912 Wailuku, ; fl.00;
Hutchinson, .20; Paauhau, ,20,
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Sugar , 4.05cts
Beets 9s 6d
Bemhers neloIa 8lck aii : Bsai
fOKT AKD HERCTIANI 8TKIE1S
c V 'TcIephoBf 1208. : v
For a back ring ap 2305. adver
tisement. WantedTwo more passengers for
around - the island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage, TeL 214L ad
vertisement. Dickerson, The Leading- Milliner,
will move Into the new Cool:e BullC
Irg, Fort street, about Dec. l;tn.
Clothes cleaned and pressed. Aba
die's French Method of Dry Cleaning.
French Laundry, 777 King SL Tele
phone 1491. advertisement. .
Pineapple soda' and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171 advertisement '
t Beautiful Christmas boxes in sizes
lo fit almost any present: Ribbons and
Stickers. Christmas Cards. Hawaiian
News Co.,' Alex. Young Building.
Green Stamp are now freely given
at the A B C grocery. King street, fa-
mous for its low prices for cash. Pay
cash and collect . green stamps.
They're valuable. advertisement
Frank Lewis, with bis new six
cylinder Stevens, has severed bis con
nection with the V. 11. Y. Stand and
can now be found at Lewis'. Stables
& Garage. Tel. 2141. advertisement
- Prof. De Graca gives lessons on Vio
lin, Cello, Mandolin, Guitar. Ukulele
and Hawaiian music. Terms moder
ate. Studio, 424 Beretania St opp
Dr. Straub's sanatorium. advertise
ment . ,
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 regular monthly meeting of the
Church Club will be held this evening
Ivi the Davies Memorial Hall. Prof . W
A. Bryan, i of the (College of HawalU
will deliver an address on "Commis
sion Form of Government for Our
City."' ,-'!:'. " :
The Sierra Is the last1: Christmas
boat A case of delicious Hawaiian
jellies Is a most acceptable ! gift
.Phone. 4045 and; we will do the rest
Honolulu Jam and Chutney Factory,
South and King streets. advertise
ment , ' ' :' :Oy'y-
On the occasion of the sixty-sixth an
niversary of Excelsior Lodge, No. J, I.
O. O. F., this evening, the members
v ill give a smoking cencert following
tho regular, business meeting of the
loi?ge." Members of Harmony Lodge
and all visiting brethren are cordially
asked to be present ' ' .
Li Cheong, formerly interpreter in
the district and circuit courts of; Ho
nolulu, died at Hongkong November
IT according to news reeived-by.'offl-cal-
on the steamship Korea yekter
dr.y. LI Cheong left here six years
r.fo with his family, to make his! per
manenj home In Hongkong. He leaves
Icur sons and several daughters. I.
. Dr. Vitor A. Norgaard, territorial
! veterinarian,. Is threatened with Jcon.
tempt of court, following complaint
filed -in Judge Whitney's court "by his'
wife, M rs. Nicolena Tyson Norgaard.
She asserts he has neglected to obey
the court's order to pay her $150 per,
n onth.' He has been summoned to ap.
pear, In court tomorrow, December 11,
to explain the seeming lapse of mem
cry. ',. ' ' ' ;, .i r : .
Crushed Algaroba Feed is the best
chicken feed in the market The high
percentage of protein In it maHes the
chickens' law more eggs, also makes
them strong and healthy and cheaper
by 50 per cent than any other poultry
food that comes to this market. : Or
der some and patronize home indus
try. $1.00 a bag delivered. Phone
4097, Algaroba Feed Co, Ltd. adver
tisement ' - .
THE QUEER OF TABLE WATERS
Supplied to the
Emperor of Germany,
King of England, King of Spain
Sovereign People of America
Part Domestic Cane and Beet
Play in the Home. ; .
Under date of November 27, Willett
& Gray say that the earlier beginning
of grinding In Cuba this year "is to en
able the grinding of as much cane in
the fields as is possible during the en
tire harvesting season, and if the sea
son proves favorable as to weather
end labor conditions there Is good Tea
son to expect the largest crop result
ever reached in Cuba, say in excess
'Two new faculty members for the
College of - Hawaii, who have been
recently elected by the board of
regents of that institution, will ar
rive in ' Honolulu to take up tb ir
duties sometime near Christmas.
President Gil more, of the College, who
left Hawaii sometime ago to look' up
the hew instructors, will probably re
turn on the same steamer with them,
as he will , not give up his work at
the college until next June.
Dr. J. F. Hlingworth w ho "has bem
secured as professor of entomology,
has had a large amount ot experience
in this line of work in Washington
. I 1 ...111 1. 1 w
2,000,000 tons, all wihch can be ! f '.m v wn. .' ,
In the United
"Before the last of this crop Is mar
keted the duties payable on the-unmarketed
part are almost! certain to
be largely reduced, say to posrlbly 61
cont8 per 100 lbs., instead of $1.34, as
at present, the duties on other for
eign sugars being reduced to 80 cents
per 100 lbsof 96 deg. test.: V-
r "This, of course, is merely specula
tion, bated on tue fact that our President-elect
has clearly expressed hh
opinion against a very radical induc
tion (such : as free sugar 'would be),
and in favor of reaching absolute free
duty; if at all, by repeated reductions
at Intervals ot time for adjustment ot
brslness to suit changes. V
"Owing to. failure of the southern
him a large reference library and col
lection of Insects.
Dr. H. E. Walker will take the po
sition of professor of sugar, chemistry,
which will enable the college to carry
on -this vmuch-delayed work. Dr.
Walker has been rin Honolulu' before,
and also in Cuba and Porto Rico, and
has also had- charge of certain: plan'
tation work in the Philippines. The
board of regents unanimously elected
him last September, but President
Gilmore has . only recently been able
to secure his services. 5 f
rSnwIjU SI f.Tllillln - rnrrMmmiil.nMl
cane .cropa: this Reason our, refiners WAILUKU, Maui,vv Dec. 10. Tho
have been forced to eke out their sup-' ni of the-Maul Theater on Sat
Pi te. of raw sugar from Europe at , :rday nignt wa8 a great Bucc9g4 j,
Harry Armitage & Co.,
iTfi, - 'if' v f tmmttmA '.
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LOCAL KOREANS HEAR -
EDITOR YOUNG PARK
-The Korean colony of Honolulu
turned, out In a body - last night io
hear an address which was given by
Young Park, a Korean editor, recent
ly graduated from the University of
Nebraska, in the mission hall of St.
Andrew's Cathedral. The; hall was
decorated with a number of large: Ko
rean flags, ffnd the meeting was pre
sided over by Chillay Cheung, presi
dent of the Korean National Association.-',
v .y'-'y-'-i"- .' v. ;'
Mr. Park had chosen no special
subject for his address, but his talk
was centered largely On the present
conditions In Korea under the iron
rule of the Japanese, and he told of
plans for the future of tnat nation.
Following his address, a Korean1 wo
man spoke briefly of the movemeut
for the freedom of her country, and
Rev. Wadraan gave a hort talk.
Other speakers on the platform were
Lorrin Andrews, consul for the Ko
rean National Association, and J, A.
Bevan, representing the . Honolulu
Press Club, ,
to hear of california
The regular meeting of the Anti-
Saloon League will be hcldnext
Thursday in Cooke Hall, Y. M. C. A.
building. Besides the usual business,
tbere will be a short report read which.
has been received from Secretary G.
W. Paty, who Is at present In Calif or-
r.ir. making an investigation and gath
ering data on the prohibition situation
In that state.
The- report will ivolve the campaign
which ia now. taking place in the en
deavor to cecure the passing of the
prohibition amendment to the consti
tution of the state of California, an l
in which campaign Mr. Paty is taking
an active part. ,
- BAND CONCERT. .
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
lic concert this evening at Thomas
S uare at helf-past seven o'clock.
Mcrch Husaren Brussig
Overture Nakiris Wedding. . . Li nek e
Intermezzo The GaDy Glide. . . Hirsch
Selection Aida. . . Vedri
ocal Hawaiian Songs. Arr. by Berger
SrJection Neapolitan Songs Godfrey
Waltx Syrens Waldtenrol
Pinnle Good Kiss v..ir-
The Star Spangled Banner.
full world's parity. This fact enabled
Cuba also to obtain the full world's
parley for the small ren.ainaer of old
crop; ; ' :;" ' y - '
- TheXouitlana cane, crops and the
vestern beet crops are the only ones
available at the season of the year
when the Cuba and Porto Rico crops J
are exhausted, and ; world prices pre
vail. If by any means the .' soutuern
cane crops could be made to reach say
1 00.000 tons,; the: United States would
become entirely free from world prices
at this season of the year.
"The domestic'beet crop comes Into
Market freely on this side of the
Rocky Mountains from November to
February, thus covering a period up
to the free receipt of new crop CuIa
and Porto Rico ; sugars, and unques
tionably reducing the cost of sugar to
consumers from- what it would be" if
a a. 1 . x ' A . I J A. . . V.
meaomesuc 0931, inuuiry were mu- j a, son was born this morning about
Bt cu fAi prewui reuuuu ; 8even o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. II. B,
lng at fronr 20 cents to 40 cents per penhalIow. His' ad vent makes the
100 pounas neiow me price ai wmcn fourth son "in the Penhallow family.
j five hundred : people . paid admiwlon.
There was scarcely standing room in
the rear of 4 the hall, and every seat
was taken!: The pictures were inter
esting v and received ; loud .applause
The ventilation of the new hall was
excellent" and ; the "public are.ibucb'
pleased with the prospects th- new
show house holds aut. for cheap attrac
tive pictures at popular prices.' , ;
Mrs. Geo. W. Wilbur and children;
who spent , ten days at their Wailuku
heme, returned after Thangsgiving to
' The Wailuku Sugar Company has
teen grinding for a week now. T.e
n.ill is in first class condition, uud
everything was working finely during
the first week.
cane refiners can supply even a very
email part of the demand for consump
Bom mother and child are doing, wctl.
Ccntrifucals were still at 4.05 in 1
New York yesterday, and refined
sugar was steady.- ;'.
American Can was the weakest
stock on the New York stock ex
change list yesterday; it and Beet
Sugar falling below ' last week's
. Robert E. Bond, head of the Istan
Electric Company arrived with .M rB.
Lend last' Saturday morning. Mrs.
I'.ond has been away on the Coast for
some months. The couple are living
in an apartment of the building form
erly wholly occupied by the Maul iSlec
Iric Company. Mr .Bond has fitted up
va very neat suit of rooms for his home.
On-November 27 the visible sugar
supply, according to Willett & Grajj
amounted to 1,773,148 tons, against 1.
345,667 tons last year, or an increase
of 427,481 tons. !
Willett & Gray, under date of No
vember 27, said the lower prices of
sugar to be quoted then only applied
to new crop Cubas for December and
January shipments. None of the new
crop had yet reached the shipping
A, surprise party was given by la
;cier of Wailuku to Mrs. C M, Roberts
,who is leaving for the Coast this week
Tuesday. Mrs. Roberts has been a
house guest of Mrs. Chas. Schoening
for the last two weeks. There thj
tuiprise was given her. which was so
complete that at first she didn't know
what to do.- Owing to much sickness
in town the party was hot as large as
bad been expected, but all had a ver
Wc particularly want you to sec our finest silk scarfs.
They're more elegant than a man usually buys for him
selfthat's why they aic so popular for Christmas gilts.
The. assortment is larger and - the line niorc beautiful
than ever shown in Honolulu.
For gifts they answer the purpose of something beauti
ful; useful and out of the ordinary. : 1
The Finest Silk Scarfs are $3,56
Other Grades irom 50c upward
"54" HUDS0N-:-.-a Six..
v: 05 miles an hour, r To M miles an hour - in 30 second!,
' ' ' from stand-i ng start. : ; . , V ;- - ''
Following are the closing quota
tions for Hawaiian stocks on the an
Francisco stock exchange yesterday:
Hawaiian Commercial. 34.25 bid: Ha
Preparations are all made for the
the Concert to be given by. the Cbtfir
of the Wailuku Union Church next
Friday evening at the Wailuku Town
Hall. Considerable enthusiasm is al
ready shown for the concert, and it is
Mpected that a large house will pr
tlic Maui artists. It is a departure for
a ehurch choir on Maui to give a con-
waiian Sugar. 34 bid. 36 asked: Hono-rt This first given by the Wailuku
7 bid. 10 asked: Hutchinson. 16 , Union Church is looKea rorwaru lo
The Two, New HUDSON Cars
That 48 Engineers Built
The picked engineers from 37 Knropcanf and. American- automobile factories comMocd In boildin? the
5fw .JIUDSO-cai.- ' -;- .... . . . - --r y ,: ,-. . ; ,
There are 4S expert .In the organization, at the head of which Is Howard E. Coffin, America's leading
automobile engineer and bolldcr of six famons ram. , u , v , ; .r : - '
Combined, these mm had a band in bulldiag more than 200VHM) motor cars. , V ,
No car can be greater than It engineers planned 4t to be. We belleTe mechanical perferflea Is more
quickly and thoroughly accomplished throngh combining the experience and skill of many, men than ft ever
possible If dependence Is placed entirely upon one man.
16.50 asked: Kilauea. li
Onomea. 31.25 bid:
bid: Union. 32 asked.
bid: very eagerly by the music loving pub-
18.21. lie of Maui.
Orders have been received here from
Formosa for 3000 tons of cane seed,
needed, to repair the damage done by
the recent typhoon. Th-3 seed will bo
stepped as fast as posible by steamers
of the Japanese line. There ae some
terge sugar mills in Formosa erected
fo: Japanese planters by the Hono
lulu Iron Work?. An experimental
shipment of cane seed to Pormo;a a
waiie ago was held up Dy the .t.ipan
ese authorities on account of infesta
tion with insect pests.
RECOMM ENDED EVERY WHERE.
Mr. Piet A. Uys. living at Lielievlci,
Frankfort District, Orange River Col
ony, Africa, says: "We can give evi
dence to the benefit of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. We have used it sev
eral times for our children and our
selves and have found it excellent. We
expect to 'continue using it "and can
recommend it to any one in the
world." For sale by all dealers. Ben
son. Smith & Co.. Ltd., agents for Ha
Largest Pacific Souvenir
Store In the World
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
At some period in his life ewvy
! man expects to make a fortune ra's-
A girl who is so homely that she
doesn't care can afford to whistle on
Some men are .Tohnny-ou the-spot
when it comes to paying a grudr'.
but when it conies to paying th
butcher ami ? rc. r v. II, (ImtV. an
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The-.HUDSON supplies every demand rua'le
of any automobile, in speed, get-a-way, safety, power,
luxurious equipment, distinctive appearance and
comfort. .' -
It is Hot merely a "Six" made so by the addition
of two cylinders to a good four-cylinder car. It b
. capable of a speed of 6." miles an hour with full
equipment and will jump to a speed of 58 -miles an
. hour in 30 seconds from a standing start.
; Its equipment i3 complete in every detail, which
, includes an electric self-cranking, electric lighting
i dynamo type and ignition system, known as the Del-
co, patented.. Illuminated dash and extension lamp,
mohair top,: curtain, rain vision windshield, speed
'ometer. clocjk, demountable rims, 36x4,i-inch ' tires,
127-inch wheel base, etc.
i The seat cushions are VI inches deep.; Turkish
type. The finest materials are used throughout. No
detail ot rmisn or equipment is SRimpeu or over
looked. lw -HUDSON" Models: Fhe-passenger Touring
; Car and Torpedo and Two-passenger Roadster, fcllSO
each, i. o. b. Detroit. ev en-passenger lonruig lar,
' $150 addilloiial. Limousine, 7-passengcr, sW.'0;
C Coupe. 3-passenser, .2U50. Open bodies fnrnhhed
wi JJinousine aud (oiipe at extra charge.
No man need be told that Howard E. Coffin leads
all in building, four-cylinder cars. No designer has.
btfiit as many successful . automobiles.
In building tl HUDSO.V V all' his 'skiiUand
experience contributed to its perfection. But in ad
dition there was also, worked Into the car the skill
.and experience of bbv47 'expert associates. - :
Thus was produced a car such as no, one man Is
capable of building. It Is truly a composite master
piece, , ... . '
Tlie "37" combines all that these experts know In
the art of automobile. building. Its detail of comfort,
beauty, distinctiveness and equipment Is, precisely,
the same as that furnished on, the Slx." . ..
The car has sufficient power for . every require
ment. It is quiet and free from the degree of Vibra
tion common to,, most automobiles, . ,.1
' It is a simple, accessible, durable car the best
our .48 engineers know, how to build; therefore we
unhesitatingly recommend It as, the Master of any
four-cylinder car. regardless 'of cost, power.or make.
Model, are Eire-passenger Too ring and Torpedo
and Two-passenger Roadster. at 11875 each; LImon
sine, $32.Vl: Coupe, $2350 ; f . o. b. Detroit Open bod
ies with Limonslne and Cogpe, extra.
Xtv the Triitntjlc on the Radiator,
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.,
IF. E. Howes, Mgr. , Phone 2388