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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, fPUESlMY, IiEC. 10, 10t2.
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
I'heae 1482 - P. O. Box (23
St MERCHANT STREET
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, December 10.
NAME OF STOCPL JBIIAakwl.
C. Brewer & Co
KITH A I
F.wa Plantation Co. . .... . . (jX I 27
Hawaiian AKric Co 75
Haw. Com. & fcu. Co. ... iJ 34 5
Hawaiian SnearCo. ..... 35 J'-
llnitfimn Snr Pn
I lnnr;kfla Kuirar Co. ...... 7 U 8
Hallrn Surar Co. I'SC .bi
Hutchinson Sagat Plant. . I 5
Kithukn PlactaUoA Co. ... 12 I 4
Kfek&hn u2:U CCL ....... o
KnJaa fcurar Co.
M cBrvdo Sugar Co. ..... 4K 15
Oahu Sugar Co. X
Onomea Sugar Co. .... . 3
Ola Surer Co Ltd. 4l 5
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. 1 7 AW
Pacific Euear Mill
Pala Plantation Co. ..... iso ' 160
PeoeekAU Sugar Ca .....
Pioneer Mill Co..,.. 2SV
WaialuaAgrlC Co. ...... 92S 97
nwiukUDutw ...... 1....
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . .
.Walmea Sugar ailll Co. .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
I Ion- R, T. & L. Co., Pref.
lion. R. T. & 1 Co.. Coin,
v Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
OahuR fe L. Co. ........
UiloR, R.CO.. PTd.......
Hilo R..K. Co, Com. ....
. - a If
- . " - ; V
I luu. U. at. m. vu. ....
1 law. Irrg.n. Co .....
, Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Qlok RC pd. up.
v 1 'ahang Rob. Co. ... . . . .
lion. B. &1L C. Am...
Haw.Ter. 4 (Fire CL) V.
' Haw. Tr. 4r .
, Ila w. Ter. 4 Pub. Impa
Haw. Ter.4H2 v........
. Haw. Tr:Jii? : i " r :
uu. ueei Bug. & iter, vo a
r -lIon.vCSaa. Co., Ltd., fca.
Maw. com. & Eug. Co.,'5 X
Hllo IL R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hon. R.T. A Ltv Co. 6 . . .
. KjlcaI Ry. Ca Ca.. .......
Kohala Ditch Co. 61 ......
-McBryde Sugar Co. 6a . . .
Oaha Sugar Co. Br ..... .
- Oiaa Sugar Co. 6 , . ...
M.HC. DU. Ol III VAJ. 01 .... .
Honeer Mill Co. 6 ..... .
Tf MWUO A(l iU W ...
Natomas Con. 68........
IUwn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch C.....
' SALES. : - ?
iietween noaras20 pioneer 2;.7i,
,13 McBryde 5; '
nryue a, oicurjue it, ju iviciiryoe
i. 20 McRryde 5. 25 Oahu Suear Co.
'23. G Oahu 23. 5,Oahn 23, 5
" Oahu 23. , , ; : , ,
88- analysis beets 9s 5d.; parity
iecerauer ju, i'jjz wauuKU,
r Hutrhinson. . .20: Paauhau. 0. -
Beets9s 6d -
flERliy 17ATEBC0DSE TBDST CO
Memberi Ilonolulo Stock tii Bob!
FORT AKD MERCHANT , STREETS
. -!J ; Telephone 1208. '
Harry Armitagc & Co.,
. . .Umltod,:-.?
-STOCK AND BONO CROKCm !
p. aBx ess 1 : , Phone mi
rynlMr Honolulu Stock aad Bond
I STOCK AKD BbkD BROKERS
Members llenolala Stock an4 Bond
Rldg 102 Verckaat St
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
fnrormatlon Furnished and Leant
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
Phoned 1572 -
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
7C Merchant St. Phone 3013
: ; BARGAINS. BARGAINS.
- Any P?rt f 1000 shares Mascot Cop.
,prf jfiO islwire. 'We. gnarantee de
lhery In jonr nam el Send money
branch Bishop & Vo. to Oakland Rank
if SaIa?- W. E. L0IJA & CO,
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Call.
firtla. v ..... . -
Giffard & Roth
LOCAL AND CENERAL7!
For a back rlag ap 2303-adver-
Wanted Two aore passengers for
around - the - island at SG.00. Lewfs
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141. -ad-vtrtisemeut
Dirkerson, Tbe Leading Jlllliupr,,
will move into th new Coo'ce Builc.
irg. Fort street, about Dec. ltith.
Clothes cleaned and pressed. Aba
die's French Method of Dry Cleaning.
French Laundry. 777 King SL Tele
phone 1491 . advertisement.
1'iueapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks rare bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171 advertisement.
Beautiful Christmas boxes in sizes
lo fit almost any present: Ribbons and
Stickers. ('hritmas Cards. Hawaiian
News Co., Alex. Young Building.
Green Stamp are now freely given
at the ABC grocery, King 6treet, fa
mous for its low; prices for cash. , Pay
cash and collect green stamps.
Th?'r valuable. advertisement
Frank Lewis, with his , new .. : six
cylinder Stevens, has severed his con
nection with the . H. Y. Stand and
can now be found at Lewis' Stables
& Garage. Tel. 2141. advertisement.
Prof. D Graca gives lessons on Vio
lin. Cello, Mandolin, Guitar. Ukulele
and , Hawaiian music. Terms moder
ate. Studio, 424 Beretania SL opp.
Dr. Slraub'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
Cnurch Club will be held this evening
In the Davies Memorial Hall. Prof. W
A. .Bryan, of, the College of Hawaii,
will deliver an address. on Commis
eion Form of Government for Our
city. ' - V" '
The . Sierra . Is ahe last Christmas
boat A case-of delicious 'Hawaiian
jellies is a .: most acceptable gift
Phone 4045 andwe will dp the rest
Honolulu Jam and Chutney ; Factory,
South" and - King streets. advertisement:'-,
r' --. '1; T -r ,;
On the occasion of the sixty-sixth an
niversary of .Excelsior Lodge(-No. 1, 1.
O. O. F., his evening, the members j
111 I.J AMn.4 11 HH
viij fcive a siuuKiug ixuteii iuiiuwiuj
tho regular business meeting: or the
lodge. Members of Harmony Lodge
and all visiting brethren are cordially
asked to be present v
LI Cheong, formerly interpreter in
the district and circuit, courts of Ho
nolulu, died at Hongkong , November
27 according. to news reeived by offi
cal' on the steamship Korea yester
Ur.y. IJ Cheong left here six 1 years
p.ro with his family, to make his per
nuaient home In Hongkong. He leaves
fcur sons and several, daughters.;
Dr. Vitor A. Norgaard, territorial
vtterinarian, is threatened with Com
tempt of court following complaint
hied in Judge -Whitney's court by his
v.ife, Mrs; Nicolena .Tyson Norgaard.
She'as8erts he has neglected to otey
the court's order tp pay her-1150 ; per
n onth. .He has "been Bummoned to ap..
pear In court tomorrow, December 11,
explain the seeming lapse of menv
cry. : '-. -.' :;.v ' r- ; .
Crushed Algaroba Feed Is the best
chicken feed in the market The high
percentage of. protein In it makes the
chickens law more eggs, also, makes
them strong and healthy and cheaper
by 60 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
4037, Algaroba Feed . Co., Ltd. adver
tisement ; . , : ' ; r
LOCAL KOREANS HEAR ' !
EDITOR YOUNG PARK
The Korean colony of Honolulu
turned out In a body last nfght to
hear .n 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, and the meeting was pre
sided over by Chillay -Cheung, .presi
dent of the Korean National Association.-'
- ' .;
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 thai nation.
Following-his address, a -Korean wo
man spoke briefly of the movement
far the freedom of her country, and
Rev. Wadman gave a short 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 held next
Thursday in Cooke Hall, Y. M. C. A.
building. Besides the usual business,
tl ere will be a short report read which
has been received from Secretary G.
Wr. Paty, who is at present in Califor
nia making an investigation and gath
ering data on the prohibition situation
in that state. '
The report will ivolve the campaign
which is now taking place in the en
deavor to secure the passing of the
prohibition amendment to the consti
tution of the state of California, an I
in which campaign Mr. Paty is taking
an active part.
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
lic concert this evening at Thouns
SMiare at helf-past seven o'clock.
Mcrch Hmaren Brussig
Overture Nakiris VeUmng. . . I.incko
intermezzo The Uaoy Ginie. . . Mirsch
Selection Aida Vedri
ocal Hawaiian b'ons.Arr. by lierger
Selection Neapolitan Songs Godfrey
V"altz Syrens Waldtenlel
Finale Good Kiss '"oote
The Star Spangled Banner.
Supplied to the
Emperor of Germany,
King of England , King of Spain
and the 1
Sovereign People of America
Part Domestic Cane and Beet
in the Home
.Under date of November 27, Willett
L Gray say that the earlier beginning
i-f 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
rnd labor conditions there is good rea
eon to expect the largest crop result
ever reached in Cuba, eay in excess
of, 2,000,000 tons, all wihch
med , to -advantage' in the
States. - - .U:V'::-:-.;
"Before the last of this crop Is mar
keted the duties payable on the : un
marketed part are almost certain to
be largely reduced, say to possibly 64
conts per 100 lbs instead of $1.34, as
at present, the duties - on other for
eign sugars being reduced to SO cents
per 100 lbs., of 96 deg. test i ;
"This, of course, , is merely specula
tion bated on tue fact that our President-elect
has clearly expressed hH
opinion against a very radical iduc
tion (such as vfree .. sugar would be),
and in favor of reaching absolute free
duty if at all, by repeated reductions
at intervabj ot time for adjustment of
bvslness to suit changes.
"Owing to failure of the southern
cane crops this- season our refiners
tae been forced to eke out theirsup-
idies of raw sugar from Europe at
full world's parity. This fact enabled
Cuba also to . obtain the full world's
parity for the small remainaer of old
crop. v '' '
'. The Loulr iana cane crops and th
western beet crops are the only ones
availably at the season of the year
when (We Cuba and Porto Rico crops?
are .exhausted, and world prices pre-'
vaJL'v Jf, by any means the soutnerh
cane crops, could be made to reach say
f 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
rrcrket ' freely, on this side of the
liocky Mountains : from November to
February, thus covering a period up
to. the free receipt of . new crop Ci5ja
and Porto Rico sugars, and unques
tionably reducing the cost of sugar to
consumers from what it would be if
the domestic bet , industry were ab
sent I At present beet refined is sell
ing at from 20 cents to 40 cents per
100, pounds Inelow the price at which
cane refiners can supply even- a very
tniall part of the demand for consump
tion." ' ' . ' . ".
' Centrifugals were still at 4.05 in
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
On November 27 the visible sugar
supply, according to Willett & Gray,
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 cf
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
Following are the closing quota- j ready snown ior me concert, ana 11 is
tions for Hawaiian stocks on the San ! expected that a large house will gr
Francisco stock exchange yesterday : I tlie Maui artists. It is a departure for
Hawaiian Commercial. 34.25 bid; Ha- a church choir on Maui to give a eon
waiian Sugar. 34 bid. 36 asked: Hono-! cert. This first given by the Wailuku
kaa. 7 bid, 10 asked; Hutchinson, lb , 1 nion rnurcn is looKea iorwara 10
bod. i6.50 asked; Kilauea. 12 bid; I very eagerly by the music loving pub
Onomea. 31.25 bid; Paauhau, 18.2 lie of Maui.
bid; Union, 32 asked.
Orders hive been received here from
Formosa for 3000 tons of cane seed,
needed to repair the damage done by
thr- recent typhoon. .Th3 -:eei will be
f.Hpped as fast as poslble by steair.pis
of the Japanese line. There are some
lr.rgsugar mills in Formosa erected
fi.: Japanese planters y the llono-
h:lu Iron Works. An
shipment of cane seed to Formo;a a
while ago was held up ny the Japan
ese authorities on account c inresta
tion with insect pests.
Largest Pacific Souvenir
i Store in (he World '
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
OF TABLE WATERS
Two new faculty, members for the
College of : Hawaii, -who have Leon
recently elected by the board of
regents of that institution, will ar
rive in Honolulu to take up their
duties sometime near Christmas!
President Gilmore, of the College, who
Lief t Hawaii sometime ago to look up
W. m a fit a. 1 '
tne new instructors, wm prooaoiy 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. IHingworth who has ben
secured as professor of entomology,
has had a large amotuit of experience
In this line of work in Washington
and California, and will bring wjth
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 much-delayed work. Dr.
Walker has " been in - 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.
I Special " i Star-Bulletin : Correspondence
WATT.ITTriT Mnnl .TW - 10 Tho
ol5nlng of the . Maui' Theater on Sat-
t rday night was a great succeis. Fully
five hundred; people paid admission.
There was scarcely, standing room In
the rear of the hall, and every - seat
was taken ..The pictures were inter
esting. and received loud applause.
The. venjjlationi of; the new; hall was
exceIlehtfjBind. : : the public are m uch
pleasea" Vith Vthe' prospects thlrnew
show house holds aut for cheap attrac
tive pictures at popular prices. '.
; Mrs. Geo. W. Wilbur and children;
who spent ten days at their Wailuka
h?me,returhed : after ..Thangsgiving to
their Pauwcla Homestead. : : t -
The -Wailuku Sugar Company : has
been grinding for a week now, TJe
mill fsMif first class condition, , and
everything was working finely during
A son was born this morning about,
seven ; o clock to Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Penhallow. His advent makes the
fourth son in the Penhallow family.
Ucth mother and child are doing weil.
; Robert E." Bond, head of the Isian
Electric ' Company arrived with Mrs.
Bend last Saturday morning. Mrs.
Bond has been away on the Coast for
Bome months. . The couple are living
in an apartment of the building form
erly wholly occupied by the Maui jfilec
4ric Company. Mr .Bond has fitted up
a very neat suit of rooms for his home.
A surprise party was. given by la
dies of Wailuku to Mrs. C. M. Roberts
.who is leaving for the Coast this week
Tuesday. Mrs. Robefts has . been a
bouse guest of ! Mrs. Chas. Schoening
for the last two weeks. There th 2
tut prise 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 not as large as
Lad been expected, but all had a very,
' Preparations are all made for the
the Concert to be given by the ChiSir
of the W'ailuku Union Church next
Friday evening at the Wailuku Town
Hall. Considerable enthusiasm is al-
Mr. Piet A. Uys, living at Llelievlel,
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 ior our children and our
selves and have found it excellent. We
expect to continue us.in
it and can
recommend it to
world." For saie
son. Smith & Co..
any one in tne
by all dealers. Ben
Ltd., agents for Ha
At some period in his life every
man expects to make a fortune rais
A girl who is so homely that she
doesn't care can afford to whistle on
Some men are johimy-on-the-fpot
when it ( jravs to paying a grud -.,
but when it comes to paying the
butcher and yrootrr - well, that's an
r're more elegant than a man usually
The assortment is larger Vand t the line more beautiful
than evtrr shown in Honolulu.
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For gifts they answer the purpose of something beauti
ful, useful and out of the ordinary. ;
j The Finest' Silk. Scarfs are $3.50
Other;Grades trom 50c upward
TLe picked engineers from 97
New HIDMOX cars.-
There are 48 expTls In the.org:inizaUonrat the head of which U Howard E. Co f fib, AraericaV leadbj
automobile engineer und builder of six L-tniou carji. ;. . . . .
ConibInedt tbee men had a. hand In building more than 200JMH) motor cars. :
'o car cauhe.grc.ater than lis engineer, planned it to Jbe. We believe mechanical perfection 'J - more
quickly and thoroughly accomplished 4hrough combining the experience and tiklll ef. many men than H ever
pojtKible If dependence -Is placed entirely upon one man. ; ; r -
The "54" HUDSON supplies every demand made
;of any automobile, in speed, get-a-way, safety, power,
luxurious equipment, distinctive appearance and
It is not merely a "Six" made'so by. the addition
of two cylinders to a good four-cylinder car. It is
capable of a speed of 65 miles an hour with full
equipment and will jump to a speed of. 58 mile3 an
hour in 30 seconds from a standing start.
Its equipment is complete in every detail, which
includes an electric sell-cranking, electric lighting
dynamo type and ignition system, known as the Del
co, patented. Illuminated dash and extension lamp,
mohair top, curtain, rain vision windshield, speed
ometer, clock, demountable rims. 36x4 '2-inch tires,
127-inch wheel base, etc.
The seat cushions are 12 inches deep. ' Turkish
type. The finest materials are used throughout. No
detail of finish or equipment is skimped or over
looked. HI BSON Models: Fhe-passenger Touring
Car and Toriwdo and Two-paveinrer, Roadster, $24 S
each, i. o. b. Detroit,- Seven-passenger Tearing Car,
$10 additional. Limousine, 7-passenger, $3720;.
Coupe. .1-iuisseiisrer, filttO. Open bodies furnished
with Limousine and Coupe at extra charge.
F. E. Howes, Mgr.
want you to see our finest silk scarfs. ' :
they aie so popular for
I J J
.85 mlle?ani hour, r iTo 5
from standing start.
That W Engineers Bm
European and American a a torn bile faclorlei combined In balldlnar the 1 1
:;;y,. v: :: -. - : .
Self-Starting - Electrically Lighted
No man need be told that Howard E. Coffin leads
all iii building four-cylinder, cars. No designer has
built as many successful. automobiles.; ,; . ,
In building the HUDSON "H" .all his skill and
exjerienee contributed . to Its-perfection. 1 But In ad
dition there was also worked into the car the skill
and experience of hjs47 expert associates. .
capable of building,
. The .37" corabioea
rthe art of automobile building. Its detail of comfort
. Inrauty. distinctiveness 1 and equipment is precisely
the same as that furnished on the "Six.
The car has sufficient power for every require-
went -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 43 engineers
unhesitatingly recommend it as the. Master of any
four-cylinder car, regardless of cost power or make, f
.Models are Fhepasneer Tonrlng and 1 Torpedo I
and Two.passenger '.Roadster at $1$7S each; Linioo 1
sine, $S2Mi Coupe,
ies with Limousine
the Ti htiujlc on the limVintoi:
buvs for him
miles -an-; hour In: 20 ; seconds,
ThoS was produced a car such a3 no one man is n
it Is truly acomposite maste
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all Uiat these experts know
snow now to Duiia; tnerefore r
f. o, h. Ietrolt., Open bod- ,V
and Coupe,' extra.
- Phone 2388