' HONOLULU ;STAn-BDTXETIK, TTCBSnAX,' DEC. 17, ,1912.
Williamson & ButtolpK
Stock and Bond Brokers
Vhone 1182 -. P. 0. Box IfS
SS MERCHANT 8TKKKT
1 , .. -
Honolulu Stock btchange
Tuesday, December 1 .
NAM K OP STOCK.
' M ERC ANTIUS.
C. Brewer & Co.
fcwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric Co. .... .
Haw. Com. & Hog. Co: . . .
Hawaiian Sugai Co,
Honomu Sugar Co.
!!onokaSugar Co. ..... .
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Siigai Plant,
K&huku Plantation Co. . .
Kckaha Sugai Co
fcoloa Sdgar Co
MrErjdo Sugar Co.
(jnoroea Sugar Co. .... . .
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
f'auhau&ugar Plant Co.
raclnc Sugar Mill .......
l'ala Plantation Co. . . .
TcpfcekfHj Sugar Co. .... .
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walalua Agric Co ...
Wailuku Siifer Co. ......
tv&lmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Eugai allll Co. . .
- . . ' '. ..
fnter-Island Steain N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
'Hon. R. T. tt L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R.T. & I Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Onbxx R & L. Co. ....... .
lillo R. R. Co,.PXd.
Iiilo R. R, Co.. Com. ....
Hon. B. & M. Co. w. . ....
. Haw. Irrgtn. Co., Ca . . . . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tan Jong 01 ok RC pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co. .......
Hon. B. Jb, M. Co. At...
Haw. Ter. 4 .
Haw. Ter 4 Pub. Ittfps
haw. Ter. Ihb Z ' v. . . .
Cat, Beet Sug. Ret. Co fi
Hon. Gat. Co., Ltd., $s.
.ClawrCom: & Pug. Co. 5 f,
Hilo K. R. Co, lasae 1901.
HUo R. R. Co.. Con. 6X
Ilonokaa Sugar Co., 6 ..
Hon. R.T.IL Co. 0 . . .
Kauai Ry. Ca 6s.......
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s . ... . . .
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s ... .
Mutual Tel. 6. .........
Oahu HAL. Co. ....
Oaha Sugar Co. 5
Oiaa Sugar Co. 6 .
Pac. 8ug. Mill Co. 6s
llonrcrMill Co. 6
Walalua Agric Co. 6 . . .
Natomaa Con6s. ...... .
Hawn. Irrigation Co 6
ll&makua Ditch 6 . . . . .
Bid. Asked l
:. .. 2-
Hart, Schaffner j& Marx full dress
Kuits and tuxedos sire just the thins
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Dickcrson's new store, 1148 Fort St.
For a hack ring Bp 230. adver
tisement. Charles 1 1. 'Drown was taken to the
' I o:-pifal on Wednesday. Mr. Uiwn
j i.- rapidly iraprovins;.
There will 'c a i.ieetinK of the
J !iard of Health at half past three
o'eloek this alternoon.
for Chritniris. Ki!"tsf. Silva's Toggery.
Give the kiddie a Ilrownie cani?r:i
lor Christmas. Eifilit different styles
from ?!to $10 at Honolulu Photo
" Wanted Two more passengers for
Around - the - island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. advertisement.
There will he a meeting of Excel
sior Lodge No. I, I. O. O. V., in the
Odd Fellows' hall this evening at
Clothes cleaned and pressed. Aba
die's French Method of Dry Cleaning.
French Laundry, 777 King St. 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
On exhibition in the Public Service
window. King street, is a suggestion
worthy the consideration of the
Christmas shopper. advertisement.
Mrs. C. H. Johnson of Wailuku has
INTERIOR OF TI
! PALACE BUILDING!
Session Sales JiOahu Sug. Co.
23, 50 McBiyde 4. 20 McBryde 4, 5
McBrydc 4. 5 Oahn Sug. Co. 23. 8
Haw. C. & S. Co. 323, 20 Haw Pine.
Co. 44'. 20 Haw. Pine Ca 41. 30
Oahu Sug. Co. 23 . .
" Sugar Quotations.
S8 - analjEia l)Cct3 9s. Cd.; parity
3.sy; 06? centrifugals 3.02. v
' Beets M6d
M lYAlEREODSt TRUST CO
- . - Y .Eirkaaga, : ,.--A .
Members Jlenotola Stock aaltBoii
FORT AND MEUCBAJiT STHIETS
. : 4 Telephone 1208.
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Miss Mary'Jane Johnson, to
Mr. Herman C. Lemke of this city.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered Phone 4097. advertisement
A farewell reception for the officers
of the fifth CavRlry and their wives
is being planned1 by the 'Officers of
Schofield Darracks to take place on
the night of January 3.
Frank Lewis, with his new six
cylinder Stevens, has severed his con
nection with the V. II. 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. SJraub's sanatorium. advertise
ment. The regular meeting of the Hono1
lulu Aerie No. 140, F. O. E., scheduled
for Wednesday, December 25, 1912,
will be held on Thursday, December
19, 1912. All members requested to
Aickerson, The "Leading Milliner.
Artificial Holly Berries for sale. ad
vertisement. . L -.'Every
child writing a letter to Sani
tn ,Clausr addressing it to WALL,
NICHOLS COMPANY," HONOLULU,
giving their Post Oif ice address, will
be remembered at Christmas .time.
Don't forget. advertisement
"For local friends, an Xma3 box cori
taining six or twelve jars of dainty
Hawaiian 'preserves is an Ideal gift
Call at the factory. King and South,
arid , see the pretty Xmas packages.
Phone 4043. advertisement - ' . ?
There" will be a meeting tonight at
8 o'clock at the jparish house, St An
drew'a cathedral, of the committee 'on
protectiojo for women and young girltf
named by Bishop Rcstarick at the
massmeeting on Sunday night, Dec. II
I-.. 'The Sierra Is the last Christmas
boat ; A case of delicious Hawaiian
jellies" Is" a most. , acceptable gift
lhone4045 and we will do the rest
Honolulu Jam and Chutney Factory,
South and King streets. advertise
ment ' -v
' Wtth every pair of shoesi sold at the
Mclncrny shoe store' on Fort street
abjve King, between mw and Christ
mas, will go a miniature shoe made of
porcelain, free from advertising of
any description. The little shoe is
useful as a match-bolder, or for the
dfesfccr as a coutaiucr of loose Lair,
lyiir-pins or nlciaes
Harry Armitagc & Co.,
- . Llmitsd
STOCK AND BONO BROKERS '
P. O. Bax (83 Phon. fill
- HONOLULU, HAWAII
Mroc IXoaolulu Stock .aad Bond
; - Exchangs
Giffard & Roth
'. STOCK' AND B0D BEOKEBS
ffemben llonolala Stock aa4 Bond
. : i.-.: .- Exchanire
StaBpcnwaM Bld 103 Herckail SL
Ji' F. Morgan Co.; Ltd.
STOCK - BROKERS
information Furnished and Loans
-v Mads . .
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
y'i Phone 1572 ' '
E. G. Duisenberg
6 Merchant St
;i BARGAINS. BARGAINS.
; - ? Ahj part of 1000 share llascot Cop
mt, $3."0 tiliare. lVe gaarantee ;4e-
litery In your name. Send money
through Illshop & Co. to Oakland Bank
of Savings. W. E. LOGAN & CO
i6om 17 Bacon Blopk, Oakland, Call-
f ornla. .
.''.prince Stauislaus Sulkowiski from
' AriiTia is in New York and says he is
,4ready to fall in love." Inasmuch as
Vne" Is reported the possessor, of vast
anccrftral rstatf-'s. assistance will not
"' . - ' . i .n 1 4 i i 1 1 o . .
Vv'hi'ii (",ovt i i: i "!-rear returns from
; his vacation he wiil ticircely recou
;.nie the interior of tae eapitol boild-
ir.'A, lo.1 it now umie'i soin? exten
I Kive renovating, . -111:1 ere the -chief
executives homecominp; the hallways
and staircase oh tnc first, and secon-1
Hijors wiil have been retinted, revar-
nished and probably present an en
tirely diiTerent hue. The offices of
th land ccnimissiouer, on the Lasc-mc-nt
floor, and the attorney general
on. the second floor, also will have re
paired walls end cetlings and new
coats of paintQ
Just what rfty color motif is. to be,
is not announced. That is known
only to the decorators, who have been
gTvcn the responsibility of decMing
the important question and limited to
such colors as may have a mild, sooth
ing but not somber effect.
The renovation is made under a
special - appropriation of $1,000 for
that ' purpose, and most of that sum
will be used in making the improve
ments. One of the changes in the
basement is the removal of the water
resource branch of the geological sur
vey department from its offices on
that floor to new headquarters in the
Kapiolani building. The waterworks
branch of the department of public
works is to be removed to the rooms
just vacated. ,
ANIMAL "QUARANTINE STATIONS.
'At the meeting of the board of agri
culture yesterday.it was voted to. au
thorize the executive officer to lease
for as long a term as practicable, the
site of 2.70 acres of4 land he had se
lected for an animal quarantine station
at Kahulfii. from the H. C. & S. Co
at $10 per acre per annum. It was
stated that Dr. Norgaard had the
plans for the Hilo station nearly
ready. , . .
M. II. IH'RI) DEAD.
Melancthon M. Hurd, who is well
known to many in Honolulu, died at
bis home in New York' city on Nov.
23. Mr. Hurd had traveled extensive
ly throughout his life and during his
last visit to the Islands h remained
for over two years, he and his family
taking a great interest in the affairs
of St. Andrew's cathedral and being
noted for their hospitality.
For many years Mr. Hurd was con
nected with the large publishing
house of Houghton & Mifflin, of which
he was one of the founders, and which
was originally known as Hurd &
Houghton, but he retired rfom active
business life several years ago.
Fenboit, 2" kith Issrzait. 2h" kick
Penhurst meets in front
and stays that way. It is.
non-shrinkable, has the
strongest of buttonholes
and ample tie space.
15c., 2 lot 25. duett. FeiboJf & Co.. Makers
i ., Jli 1 now. .
m). . J hJhf P0K I 1IIT
..... . 1 : 1 ..." '. 'k '. ... ...... 1 1 1 .... . . . 1,1,1 , , -J
IJcfore long the army transports
plying between San Francisco and
Manila via this port may be, provided
with airships as well as lifeboats, as
a protective measure.. The new ma
chines wJH aiot, of course, be of any
use in case of accident to the trans
port itself, as it would take a whole
fleet of them to aHow the passengers
and crew to abandon ship, but they
will be used as a means of rescuing
others who may be in urgent "need of
help. . !
Army officials are contemplating
the adoption of a special type of fly
ing machine as a means for rescuing
persons from a disabled ship at sea.
One of three boards which are examin
ing life-saving devices has been in ses
sion at Newport' News, Va.; and- the
flying machine was one1 of about six
ty devices, many of them of foreign
make, hlch were submitted for ex
amination, v-, s ,
"Othyr-boards have been holding ses
sions in San jFrancisco and Manila,
and when all of the recommendations
are received the quartermaster orps
will determine what devices' Vlll - be
purchased to be installed on army
transports.? r:v. Yr -
We will sell at j)ublic auction the
property known aa
; iif iiie
mm it i9i2
The sale is to be held on the premises
This property has a frontage on
both Kmma and 'Punchbowl- streets,
and contains an area of 3.12 acres.
At the same time and place will bo
sold a lot of valuable furniture con
sisting of Chippendale, mahogariy,
teak, walnut and oak " furniture, mir
rors, bronze statuettes, ana a num
ber of valuable painiings.-
For further particu.ais apply to
Jas. F. Morgan Co ,
Heal Estate, Loans. Investments,
criNiiA nj.nr... mfrciiant st.
WOIiTDERFra TOYS FKOM .iiSiit 3m3 ;"::- 7lO2ijaCTfr
... ' i m
. - ' H0T3L .
Dr. Case,- assistant territorial vet
erinarian, reports the following list
of live stock imported at Honolulu
during the month of Novemoer:
S: S:-' Mexican, Tacoma and Seattle,
November 624 v mules, Schuman ; 6
Hereford bulls,. P. -Isenberg.
S. S. Honolulau, San 'Francisco, No
vember 6 IS horses, Honolulu Const.
& -Draying Co;j '.horses, Standard
0I Company; J lftdstein" bull, P.
Isenberg; 1 Ilttetein. ull, P. M.
Pond; 1 dog, Dr. Afken, Hilo, Ha
waii; 12 crates1 poultry. ,
S. S. Kilauea' San Francisco, No
vember C 1 crate white Leghorns,
Capt. Nelson. '
S. S.. Sierra, San Francisco, No
vember 104 dogs, P. Isenberg; 1
dog. T. B. Buck; 9 crates poultry.
S. S. Manehujria.' San Francisco,
November I5-scat. V E. Wall;- 4
crates birds, W.fMacfaf lane.
S. S. Lurliner San Francisco, No
vember 2134 mules, 'Schuman: I
Belgian etallion, C. B. Miles, Hilo,
Hawaii; 37 crates poultry.
S. S. Tenyo Maru, Orient, Novem
ber 252 crates Japanese games.
S. ' S. Ventura,. San Francisco, No
vember 251 crate turkeys, YV. F. X.
Compairy; 1 dog, W. F. X. Company.
S. S.' Wilhelmlna. San FrancifC(i
November 2G I crate turkeys, E. D.
, S; S. HiloLaov San Francisco, No
vember 26- 22 nrules, Schuman; '-0
horses. 'Matpherson; 2 horses Cali
fornia Feed Company; 1 Holstein
bullv P. M. Pond." "
PEARL FJSrJJNG OFF '
: ;(n '-Juhe 1 the ieafihIng'cBf?e??
ion.'he1d by the-Mangara Exploration
Umiled : of London was canceled 1 by
thc'Mexican Government; tiie com
intnyvreccivlng for its' equipment.
conjsSst ins "of boats, diving sails, air
ITimps, and other- paraphernalia 3u.
000 'pesbs; or about $150,000 gold,
writes ' Con'stM Luclen Sullivan from
La Paz, Mexico1'. -" .. .
- Uhdr -date' of 'July '14; 1312. notices
were posted' by the- inspector of fish
eries that tho register is now openfor
the ; inscription 'of the names of per
sons desiring to- take out licenses to
dive for pearl -oysters'.
"It will now be ossible for the pearl
buyers of American' houses to Bccnre
some of the choice pearls taitpn frofn
these waters. The beautiful pink, sea
green, bronze' and bine pearls, it is be
ieved; are not- found in other parts of
the world. While it is true that
trany pearls are secured from the
mussels found In the Mississippi and
some Other"rIvers in the United
States, the fresh-water pearl does not
have the luster of pearls obtained
from salt-water pearl oysters. .
The first boats will be allowed to
go out about .Sepfembfr 1. and tlm
first, zone to be fished will be thai,
along the west coast of the mainland
Kouth of Aeapulco. The boats with
their equipment are to b s!d at auc
tion by the Government in iois to the
Yat Sen, President Yuan has recom
racndedvto the cabinet the advisabil
ity of asking the Interstate Commerce
Commission of the United States to
name three ; eminent railroad men to
consult with Dr. Sun in the planning
of the new-railways of China.
Dr. Sun was requested to submit the
names of 'au.cn prominent engineers
of the" United States as he would like
to have associated with ; him, - but he
made 'the suggestion taht, If the cabi
net thought wise, the ministry ,of
foreign affairs could communicate di
rectly with- the commerce commission,
and he had no doubt but tiiat that
body; would gladly recommend engi
neers imd promoters t prominence.
Dr. Sun did not appear personally
before, the cabinet,; but in a lengthy
com muni cat ton he gave an outline of
his Ideas in the matter of railroad
construction, i He said that he had no
doubt whatever that American capi-
tal sufficient for every railroad need
of China could be, secured with, little
trouble, and particularly as at this
very moment a number ef American
groups of.; financiers were - seeking
railway concessions. . h -r ; j r
Gen. Fing Lo, tho most eminent of
Chinese engineers, has furnished the
cabinet, at the suggestion of President
Yuan, a comprehensive map of the
proposed system of national' rail ways,
as suggested -by-Dr. San and his as
sociates Tho building of more, than
72,000 miles in the next fire, years is
eniDracea. s .
--Bringing oil from Port San. Luis j
the American tanker Santa Maria is 1
due to arrive here within a vveek j
with a supply, of fuel for the local j
branch of the Union Oil Company. j
DR. SUN, YATSEN !
PF.KIX. CliiiKi. Dee. l. It is learn-
ed that :ii the .sngei ion of lr. Sun i
........ . Vv."i;t'',.'--';,jsi-.-'f-i J .'.- -, v" j.''T"'
'ff ii'ii. t"" "
' it." mm .
Coryrtf bt Hart tcbaffiier tt Marx
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Evening Dress Suits, $45.00
xml | txt