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' HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, TnrKSDAY, DEC. 2G, 1012.
Williamson & Battolph tQCAL AND GENERAL
Stock and JBonJ Brokers
1'bene 1IS2 . . P. O. Box J2S
' SS MERCIIANT STREET .
Honolulu StocK Exchange
Thursday, lecemler 2i
NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked
Only two-stroke-cycle engine on the
tfjarkot that successfully uses Dis
tillate as well as Gasoline.
No valves with attendant cams,
springs and gears to Mear and need
adjusting; . i : j -;
No" batteries to run down or die front
fcttins wet, nor cranking necessary
to start and run continuously:
4 6. 8-10, 12-1, 20-2! horsepower
rSmallcy" Engines -." In Honolulu
GEO. H. PARIS
that ypu' take this- year will
have" a sentimental value ines-;
timable a few years hence. Let
us develop and print them for
; you. .' We have expert workmen
and use only the best materials'
so that your print will be clear .
in the years you, cherish the
picture. v - i .
! ; Photo -Supply Co.. I;
"Everything . Protographic"
. Fort it -near Hotel. V
120 LOTS 0 by 80 feet for '
ale at Kalihl, right on ; King
Street, near the Kalihl bridge.
Prices range from $350 to (500
. " ' - '
Liberal discounts wljl b al
lowed for cash. ;
Terms are very easy.
and " ';v
Land Go., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
. THE f 4
B. F. Dillingham Co.
. ; General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
writers' Agency; Providence
; Washington .., I nsuranca Co.
4th : Floor, Stangenwald Bldg.
C Brewer & Co-
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric Co
Haw. Com. & B:ig. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sagai Co.
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Halkn Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kekaha Sags.: Co.
Koloa Sugar Co
McBry de Sugar Co. ; . . . .
O&hu Sugar Co.
Onomea Sugar Co. ......
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd.
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Hill .......
Paia Plantation Co
PepetkAo Sugar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co.
Wailuku Sugr Co, ..... .
Waimanalo Sugar Co: . . .
Waimea Sugav rfill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co., Pref.
Hon. R, T. & L Co.. Ccm.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Oahu R &L. Co. .
Hiio H. R. Cblffc .....
Hilo R. R. Co.. Com. ....
Hon. B. & M. Co. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s . . . . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok RC, pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co. .......
Hon. B. & M. Ca Am . . .
Haw.Ter. 40 (FireCL) .
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4 14 .........
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co 6
Hon.' Gas. Co., Ltd.,' 5s.
aw. Com. & Sug. Co. 6
Hflo R. R. Co.. Issue 1001.
Hilo R. R. Co- Con. Q . ..
Honokaa Sugat Co., 6
Hon. R. T. . lCo. 6 ...
Kauai RyJ Co. Cs. . . . . .'. .
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s ..... .
LfcBryde Sugar Co. 6s ...
Hutual Tel. 6s:
Oahu It & I Co. 5 .... .
Oahu Sugir Co. 5 ...v...
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 ..'..V. .
Pac Sug. Mill po, 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 .
WaialuaAgric Co. 5 2 ...
Nstomaa Con. 6s........
Hawn. Irriration Co.,6
Hamakua Ditch 6Z;
4 it ...j
:-. ' sAtEs;
Between Boards-tStf Oahu Sug. Co.
23, 2.r Olaa 4, 10 Olaa '4.
; Session Sales 25 Haw; -Pine. Co.
4 4. 15 Haw. Pine Co 44 , 15 Kwa
2i; CO 1 1 aw. Pine.. Co. 414.
$S .Analysis Beets 9s. 5 d., par
ity S.t)t); 'JC centrifugals 3.?2.
r Doc 20. Special Stot kholders"
meet i us of Oahu Sugar Co. calied for
this dato postioRed to Dec, 28th' at
10 a. m.
K a a books closed Dec. 21 at noon
to Dec. 3 1, inclusive.
lec. 23-Oahu from noon this diite
tilt 2Sth inst... inclusive, account spe
cial meeting stockholders.
Pioneer from noon this date to Jan.
1, 1913, inclusive.
Beets 9s 6d
Members nonelola Stock ai Bool
F0ST ' AM) MEBtHAM HTREETS
Telrpsoae IMS; .
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
Limits ' .'
STOCK AND BOND IROKEM
P. a Box 83 Phon. till
Umkr Honolulu Stock ud Bond
: y1 Ezchangv "
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AJiD SOXD BK0KEES
Jfemben Hunololn Stock ni4 Bond
8Unpenwald Bldg 103 Merekasi SL
J. P. Morgan Co., Ltd;
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
-Hhono 1572 -
r;frTtinsr In ine printing llnf at
' m m m. - - &
76 Merchant St
Dirkerscn's new store-, 1HS Fort St.
For a hack riot; np 230?. adver
The week end at Haleiwi. (ioo.I
room. oo(i mc.ila. r.itional .uulf. Trains
to th- door.
1 hat is mishty roo,1 butter the Met
ropol tan Mit Alarkei is scuiaiK iU
patrons. P!;one 314
T,' 1 !ii!dirn of rt;. Mary's" Mi-ioii.
.'.foiliili. v iil have tl'.eir t'hiistmas
tree FtU'.b evening at o'clock.
"Kant leek" rubber good at the Hoi
listT Dr.ig Co. "Kantleek" water
l.a?s are guaranteetl for one year.
.Miltci! : Parson's are hoblinc; a
rlilinery stock-takins sale. Winter
ntillim-ry at greatly reduced prices.
(loeas tlroeery, in the new Cooke
I i.ilding, phone 4 1:8 supplies the high
isi quality of groceries at moderate
Wanted Two "more passengers for
arouTid - the - island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141. ad
vertisement C. F. Stone, the well-known barber,
Is now with the Union barber shop.
Four first-class barbers at your serv
Cloth ?s cleaned and pressed. Aba
die's French Method of Dry Cleaning.
French iundry, 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
Notice The date of Maud Powell's
second recital has been changed to
Monday evening, Dec. 30, as she sails
January 1st advertisement.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 4Q97. advertisement
Sometimes one must think for and
of himself and just now the thought:
should be centered o nthe' Stein-Bloc b
clothing at Mclnerny's. Fort and
The first annual dance of Co. A Vni
form Rank L. O. O. Moose will be held
fit Young Hotel Pavilion, Tuesday eve
ning, Dec. 31.- Music by Kaal's Glee
At the Mclnerny Shoe Store, Art
above King there is no delay in Dein?
seived because tLe sales stair is large
enough to wait on-customers ani sup
ply them with comfortable shoes.
Dickerson, The Leading Milliner.
Artificial Holly Berries for sale. ad
vertisement Frank Lewis, with his new six
cylinder Stevens, has severed his con
nection with the V. H. Y. Stand and
can now bo found at Lewis' Stables
& Garage. Tel. 2141. advertisement
rrof. 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 An Inventory of the estate of CDr.'.e
lia Church Allen was filed m the cir
cuit court Tuesday, by the adminis
trators, E. Faxon Bishop and L. Ab
rams. The total value of the cstu'.e
is given as $273,512.89."
iThe house of W. C. Peacock & Co.;
Ltd., Merchant near Fort has earned
a favorable reputation by the quality
of goods it supplies its very huge
family trade. The liquors ere guar
anteed pure. Phone 1704.
Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I. O.
O. F., will give a progressive whist
party after their regular meeting this
evening. Visiting Rebekahs and
friends are cordially invited. Score
cards will be 25 cents each. adver
tisement. A man who hid bought three net
tles of "Recall 93" hair tonic from
Benson, Smith and Co., and failed of
results wrote us from Los Angeles.
We never questioned Lis. statement
hut promptly remitted the amount.
.Kexall 93 usually brings results.
King Kahekili and "his court will be
designated by the Daughters or War
riors in a drama, form. Adding to this
will be the play produced at the Ker
niif.s, as it was done with great suc
cess and approved by all. Reserved
seate can be had at the Promotion
The Canton Dry Goods Co. is dis
tributing two beautiful calendars, one
entitled "The Marriage Contract," de
picting colonial days, and the other
an Indian picture entitled "Trouble
Hunters." To their lady friends they
are givini a beautiful celluloid mir
ror resembling a fan and finished
with blue baby ribbon.
Harriman Henry, brought back bet-
from lx)s Angeles to terve a term of
one year in the federal prison and to
pay a fine for perjury appeared Tites
c'ay and took the poor man's oath and
whs released. He hid served his term
?nd an additional thirty days for the
fire. United States Marshal Hendry
interested himself in the case and ar
ranged with the . Matson Navigation
Comoanv to that Henry will be able
to work bis way back to the mainland
and his relatives.
TO BE TAUGHT
AT THE 1 1 C, A.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR
MEN OF RAPID TRANSIT
Santa Claus made a special trip for
the men of the Rapid Transit Cora
pan day before yesterday, bearing
with him ten dollar gold pieces, as
gifts from the company. Every one.
mctorir.an and conductor, old in the
Service or just joined, were remember
ed. The men were delighted, not so
much with the gift as with the spirit
of friendliness is showed, and asked
the papers to express the collective
thanks of the employes) to Manager
The nisjht school classes at the
Young Men's Christian Association
will te open for the New Year term
on Monday, January t at which time
the regular vork in tlie commercial
and other departments will be re
cumed. A class in business law will be or
ganized and effoits are now bein;;
made to secure one of the leading at
torneys of the city to act as instruc
tor. A huge number of the young
men now attending the classes have
expressed a desire to enroll in such
a class, and it is expected that it will
become a permanent feature. Inquir
ies have also been made regarding a
course, in salesmanship and advertis
ing, and it is expected that instruc
tion along these lines will be Etarted
at an early date.
The total enrollment of the night
school classes to dare is 180. and this
number will probably be increased to
200 by the beginning of the new term.
Libby, McNeill Libby. Ltd., is
erecting two warehouses at its can
nery at Kahaluu. Koolaupoko, at an
estimated cost of $7000.
! mil' s an' hour. To mik. (ir in ?A) .scvviul. front stnmliiuj start.
Stocks were irregular in New York
on Tuesday, but the bears failed to
make, any impression. 5'oney was
firmer, call leans advancing l'j
points ' to t. ,
The Guardian Trust Company has
presented its clients and friends with
a handsome memorandum case, bound
in leather, with card pocket ami re
Calendars issued by many local
merchants and agencies this season
are handsomer than' ever, and every
body has been packing them home for
two weeks past.
The sunflower 13 becoming an Im
portant product in the North Cau
casus. 1-ast year the burning of the
stalks yielded 6S2 tons of carbonate
Of potash for export, 159 tons of it
valued at $43,744 being sent to the
Hawaiian stocky closed in San
Francisco on Tuesday as follows: Ha
waiian Commercial 32.75 bid; Ha
waiian Sugar, 34 bid; Honoka, 7.50
bid, 9 asked; Hutchinson, 16 bid; Ki
lauea, 12 bid; Onomea, Z'i.Siy2 bid;
Paauhau, 17.75 bid, 18.75 asked;
Union, SO asked; Honolulu, "31 bid.
V. 51. 1. A. PL
. The membership committee of the
Young Men's Christian Association is
plinning a rousing" campaign "to se
cure additional members to the asso
ciation, and met this noon in Cooke
Ilsll to discuss the preliminary ar
rangements. It was decided by those" present to
make the campaign a one-day affair";
and to secure the cooperation of a
number of the leading business men
of the" city .many of whom have ai
re ady promised to give their time. All
the activities of the association ' will
bo resumed with renewed energy after
the first of the year, and the commit
tee finally decided that this would . h"
the proper time for the holding of the
campaign. Charles R. Frazier was
mimed to take charge of the publicity,
while A. H. Tarreton and George rian
ta will form the committee on mak
ing arrangements for the downtown
headquarters on window displays. A.
E. Larimer was appointed chairman
ol the committee on securing the
rames of prospective members, and
Paul Super and A. H. Tarleton for the
committee on soliciting. Chairman Ed
Tcwse, of the membership committee,
together with M. G. Johnstone will
have charge of laying out the city in
districts for the solicitors.
No special date has been set as yet
for the holding of the campaign, but.
It will probably be some day near the
first of the New Year. When the cam
pa:gn is brought to a close it is ex
pected that at least two hundred new
r.iembers will have been added to the
aiready large list.
Tlie Newfoundlanders kill seals
each spring to the number of from
2i!0,oOO to L'.Vj.ooo. These seals are
chiefly valuable for the oil extracted
from their fat, and are very different
from those hunted on the Pacific
coast, which are sought for their fur.
Whpn Ynn niun
Price Ydu' Fo
ile kt Cuf;
Their mr tiro kinds of
tire so that thvir oru v muti been
of the first mimed chins June no
dam the same to uinj tiro bujers
us not some other biiier is tjiv
Since no two have paid (ho same p
no basis of valuation if you ever wish
You should avoid the dealer who cut
You cannot afford lo patronize an au
cr or manufacturer who is not prosper
not of as much value 11 once Having 1
cd In the community it no longer is s
if dealers snlit 'their profits they
later go cut of business. They can
-otthe car with the service It should
1 inrt jirtpr nil thnt is the biggest it
Don't buy any car that elocs not carr,
, plete service from tne cteaier.
in a position to pay double that ap
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repair and service enarges, utiuiu
'ir those that iiv mirnoxehr listed at i hhih fla-
h( sc on ichieh the itrntrr
value. The prices at irhhh then arc mid air k7, .
7 liw rniyh I receive a 10 per ten t diseottn (tlx like
per ecnt cut. : :- ; . .
The New Hui
arc sold at the same price every
has an advantage over any omw
to maintain the price, wnicn ac
hof cnnd-hand HUDSON cars
bicher proportion of their. orig.
HUDSON dealers are required lo give a service
lhat 1.4 much more' complete,. much moro satisfactory.
: ihan is usual, with other cars. There hi an advan
tage in owning a car that does not carry with it
. the liability of constant repair costs, that is 'not laid
up because tho dealer can't or won't look after your
needs. . '-v :. . .
48 ENGINEERS DESIGNED THEM
Remember the iraportanco of that statement
These men were trained in 97 European and Amc'r
lean factories; had a hand in bulldine over 200000
cars. They combined their experiences and skill in :
perfecting thei New HUDSON3.: : f
What better assurance could be asked than that -these
men who possess about all the knowledge that
has thus far been gained in automobile building havo
joined In. saying "The New HUDSON'S are the best
v;e know." .
The "HUDSON "37- is their four-cylinder Master
l ioce. It sells with cither Tourinff body, 5-passejiger
Torpedo or Roiidstc'r. $1875, completely equipped
with, electric self-cranking device and electric lights,
speedometer cleck. top,, windshield and- twelve-inch
, upholstery. There is nothing more to buy.
The "54" HUDSON-a Six. capable 6f doing 65
miles an hour and which will attain speed of 5S
miles in 30 secoads from a standing start, is offered
as a car superior to any automobile on the market
It sells at $2150, completely finished and equipped as
- abgyj; prices. are f. o. b. Detroit.
'riaiiijlv ow the Hadiator.
18. : i
111 for "a
issocift1 f parage;
HONOLULU, T. H.
Y. M. C. A. BOYS
SEE PEARL HA
Twenty members of the bo
nartment of the Young Men's
ian Association, accompani
Kprrptaries Cross and Looini
their second trip to Pearl Har
morning in the launch Huki 1
the purpose of seeing the gov
fortifications and watcning 1
rpr divers at work. ,
The party left tnis momin
thirtv o'clock, arriving at
tination at eleven o'clock, w
up met bv "Drydock" Sn-
totjk them over the course
' wered all questions. At noo
1 took of a bounteous feed, a
they- again boarded the Is
cruised around rort lsiann
into the West lock, and froj
to Watertown, where they
on the commissary departni,
metropolis. Before leaving
ho hnvo u-ill trv thpir Kkfci
vu " . . . . - - - - it j
for coral at the entrancejl (
bor. The party is expecji 1
fiv n'rlnck this evenine.e
A l.oston man. chef of the Caledo
nian club, died from L'.ood poisoning
from a hat pin prick received at a
V FTertlblnr Id Ihe nrlntinjr Iroe at
Star-linlN tin. Alkfa iUfHj hriiuoa,
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PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case o Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
1 4 days or money refunded. Made by
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act t ureli
gently on to
Dew, aad Indigestion. They do their duty.
Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Pric.
Never hesitate anout gr.
berlain'sJ Cough Remediqt
It contains no onium oron
ics and can be given wibjgbs
fidence. As a quick cisns-
jand colds to which chranle
ceptible, it is unsurpaffo.,
by all dealers. Dcnsotise-
Ltd., agents for HaVt
A srnrid 4-rimin hosf
pioved lot at Palam
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To a couple v,"kit
small fiirnished cot "elect 1
en and 2 rooms, fj
lights; S10.0O. atl
Fine 2-bedroom rfoso,u
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135 Merchant Street
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