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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATTRPAY. .TAX. 4, 101?..
Castle & Cooke..
Commission : Merchants
i and Insurance Agents
r:.'-. V . . Agents for
HawaltaV Commercial 4 Sugar
Haiku Sugar Compaay .
,'hrf Plantation A V4- '' r
. Maul Agricultural . Compaay
Hawaiian Bojar Compajajvr '
Kahukn Plantation Compmay
'. AIcBryda Sut Company
KaauloT Railroad Conipaajr
; Kattai;itili a-Cdarjaay .fpi
"Honolui; Ranea rf ;'3s
Halki Fruit and Packlnf Col : '
Kauai Fruit and Land Company
C Brewer &o.
" . -t
J, ' .--. . , ,
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
FIRE A MARINE INSURANCE
.. ) Agent for ,
7 Hawaiian "Agricultural Co.
' Unoxnea Bugar Company
Pepeekeo Sugar -Company;
Honomu Sugar Company
- Walluku Sugar Company -;
Olowala Company. - i
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co.
HIlo Sugar Company
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Ca
Hakal&u Plantation Company
iHutcalndon Sugar Plant's Ca
- Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotlr Works
B. f. Dillingham Co.
V LIMITED '
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
: writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floor, 8tangei;wald Bldg.
It Honolula were ngatu swrpt
by a eeatiagraUea, roold yoa
collect your Insurance!
C Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent the . the largest an
stmnjrest lire Insurance com pa.
Irs la the world.
Make h week's earning's
provide for one day in that fu
ture when your power to work
and earn is gone. Use but part
of your earnings bank the
It -will soon roll up if ycu
bank it here.
An account may be opened
with cne dollar and interest is
paid on all balances.
A Heme Bank giv;n you for
saving cr.?all change.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital-Surplus J 1,200,000
Established In 151
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial arid Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on the
Bank of California and The
LondorrJoint Stock Bank. Ltd,
Correspondents for the Amer
ican Express Company and
Thos. Cook A Son.
Interest allowed on Term and
8avlngs Bank Deposits.
We have for sale a piece of
improved property . in s Honolulu
yielding at the present time
j twenty per; cent. -gross Income.
It Is' in first-class- condition and k
Tepalr. ' V'":.4 - -
Would be pleased to show it
to bona fide investors.
924 Bethel St
Issue K, N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Travelers Checks
available throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
. i .- f, s
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
Head Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office ::::::
: : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capital Subscribed . . .48.000.000
Capital Paid Up 30,000,000
Reserve Fund 17.850,000
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts
for $1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Doxes for
rent at $2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be kept
In custody at moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
"The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
Honolulu StocK xcftange lqcal AND GENERAL 1
Real Estate, Loans lntestments,
Saturday, January i
NAME OF STOCK. Bld Asked.
C. Brewer A Co ! j
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agnc Co
Haw. Cora. & Mnj?. Co. . . .
Hawaiian 8u?ai Co
Honoma Sunar C o
flor-nku Sujr-.r Co
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutch!cK)n Sugar Pl.nt.
Kahuku Piax.atlor C, . .
KekaiiH 6ugzx Cu. , . . J . . .
Koloa Sugar C"
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu SuKr Co
Onomeu Sujrar Co
Olaa Sugp.r Co T.td
Piiashau Sugir Plant Co
Paciflc Sugar Mill
Pala FiantaiJ ,n jo i ; 5
Pepeekfto Sugar Co.
Pioneer Mill Co :6;j 26 x
- 1 - n I
waiiuku SuKr ijo ..
waimanaio sugar ;xj. . . . -oo
Waimea SagD- Mill Co. . . a4,5
, 1 03
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hod. R. T. & L Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . ..
Oahu R & L. Co
Olio R. R. Co.. Pfd.. .....
Hllo 1L R. Co, Com. ....
Hon. B. St. M. Co
Haw. Irrgjx. Co., 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjocg Olok RCL, pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co...
Hon. B. & M. Co. Asa...
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CL) . .
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Impe
Haw. Ter. 4;
Haw. Ter. 4
haw. Ter. I
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ret. Co 6
Hon. Gaa. Co Ltd., Cs.
Haw. Com. & Sng. Co. 5
HIlo R. R. Co., Issue 101.
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Kattal Ry. Co. 6a
Kohala Ditch Co. (a ..... .
McBryde Sugar Co. 6a . . .
Uatnal TeL 6s.....
Oann Sugr Co. 62 ..... .
Olaa Bugar Co. 6
Pac Sag. Mill Co. 6a
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
Natomaa Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua, Ditch 6
:o.H ...... ..
; Between Boards 35 Oahu Sug. Co.
23, 25 Hon. B. & M. Co. 22, 25 Mc
Bryde 4 ',4 175 McBryde 4 VI, 25 Pio
neer 5 Ewa 24.
. Session Sales 20 Hilo Com. 7.
8Si analysis beets, 9s. 3d.; parity
3.93; 1 SG centrifugals f3.54.
Jtn. 5. Haw. C. & S. Co. 25c, Ono
mca 30c, Honomu $1.00.
SEIiRV l?ATEItH0DSE TROST CO
Xembera nonolila ' Stock Bond
rOBT jLBiD MEliCHAM STEISTS
' " -i- Telcshoae 1208. :
J. F. Jlorgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loan
, Marta- ... -MERCHANT
STREET STAR BLDQ.
. Khone'1572 ,
Giffard S Jolh
STOCK 1D SOXD BEOKIKS
ff em berg ilunolnln "Stack aa4 Boat
' ' Exebanire
8tangenwal4 Bldg, 103 Me re hail SL
76 Merchant St.
For a hack ring " i 230:
l Two hundred and one, Jan
Stein-EIoch suits to suit anyone at
Mclnerny, Fort and Merchant
There v. ii! Le in.staKatiuii of office; 5
i:i Thej. Roosevelt l'ami No. 1. I' S.
W. V., in the bungalow at 7 :jJo ig
liight. Wanted Two more passengers for
around - the - Island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL. 2141. ad
Fine pictures atmir.imum cost This
J i3 what a Vest Pocket Kodak will do
I for you. See them at the Honolulu
; Photo Supply Co.
j Sh!rcl is tl;e only preparation that
! will brighten tan or black shoes with
out injury Ui the leather. Sold at Mc
ineiny shoe store.
j The Valley school. Nuuanu. will re
sume its cessions on Monday next.
Judge Whitney yesterday refused to
grant the divorce asked for by Xaihu
(k from K. Xaihu.
C. F. Stone, the well-known barber,
is now with the Union barber shop.
Four first-class barbers at your serv
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171. advertisement
Miss Power's millinery parlors are
always an attractive place to see the
latest and prtttiest in trimmed hats.
Boston building, second floor.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 4097. advertisement.
Just think of it, a whole set of fur
niture free! Ask the man about it at
the Green Stamp Store. Everything
Free For Green Stamps. advertise
Sea Beach Hotel, rooms and board
including best sea-bathing ,?2 per
day. Special rates by the month.
Phone 4205. Mrs. E. H. Lewis, pro
The Big Sister League will hold its
first meeting Wednesday, January 8,
at the Kilohana Club room, at 3:30
p. m. All earnest women are cordial
ly invited. advertisement.
The stationery department of Wall
& Dougherty has superior facilities
for high-grade embossed and copper
plate work and the stationery is the
very latest in shapes and shades.
Prof. De Graca gives lessons on Vio
lin, Cello, Mandolin, Guitar. Ukulele
and Hawaiian music. Terms moder
ate. Studio, 424 Beretanla St opp.
Dr. Straub's sanatorium. advertise
ment. There is an opportunity at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s for those who use soap.
The Armour product of pure soaps
from the very cheap to the high-priced
toilet article being sold at reduction
prices for a few days only.
Miss M. H. Lemon, registrar of the
board of health, reports that of the
eleven deaths In Honolulu during the
last fifteen days of December result
ing from contagious diseases, ten were
caused by tuberculosis and one by ty
The police fast wagon was summon
ed to River street yesterday afternoon,
where It was alleged a Japanese bad
fallen from the wall into the Nuuanu
stream. Ey the time the officers
reached the scene the man, but little
the worse for his encounter with the
delicious beverage, had been hauled
to the bant, and laid out there to. dry.
With the hope of being dishonor
ably discharged from the army E. D.
Miller, a memher of Company C, Sec
ond Iniantry is alleged by the police
to have deliberately entered the home
of an Hawaiian woman, and done min
1 nur Trnun 111
J UU1IU ILiIllllU lil
Sentenced to serve over thee jears
in prison, havirg been found guilty or
h: teeny, two Filipinos, were given a
piompt disposition when their o"!se
v as called before Judge Monsarrat ia
district eourt this morning.
C Abrica and Pedro Esjinosa. ar"
two little browu brothers from the
i iVrpinos. wno.nr.ally fell intotnentrt
spread for their recepon by Deputy
Chief of Detectives Kellett.
j Police officers have received ma.ay
j complaints concerning a more or les
I systematic attempt at burglarising
; lodging and tenement houses in the
down twon district Dwellings . fre
quented by Japanese tnd Koreans
teemed to fall under the ban of the
Deputy Kellett, began work on the
ctue with the. first of the week. ? He
paid a visit to the Magoon block' in
K.-kaako and in the quarters occupied
by ,the two Filipinos, the ofilcer receiv
ered a large amount of booty includ
ing wearing apparel, the entire collec
tion resembling the results of a suc
cessful raid on a bargain counter.- ii
a1 ray of coats,? trousers, vesta, neck
wear, shirts, jewelry consisting of geld
aLd silver watches, sleeve links anu
pins were on exhibition at the detec
tive quarters, there awaiting tjie own
era. In placing Abrica and Espinosu un
der arre&t these Filipinos finally ad
mitted that they had engaged in
ing lodging houses and dwellings,
they further agreed to take th officers
to a place where additional loot was
stored. : .
r In making their statement to th
officers, the , Filipinos also implicated
several other countrymen. : These- are
to be arrested within a few days
The men were arraigned upon four
counts - each. ' In ; passing -sentence
Judge Monaarrat. gave the defendants
one year Imprisonment on '. ' tbre?
counts. '. '
Prosecuting Attorney Cathcart at
cd that the fourth charge in the case
of both Abrica andEspinosa be strick.
en from the calendar, which was done.!
Theodore A. Dranga Is reported to
be trying to effect a consolidation of
the sodawater business of Hilo.
Miss Emmaline Liftee has bought,
through Waldeyer & Whitaker, a
bungalow and lot on Eleventh ave
nue, Kaimuki, for $2300.
Closing quotations for Hawaiian
stocks in San Francisco yesterday
were the following: Hawaiian Com
mercial, 33.75 bid;. Hawaiian Sugar,
35.50 bid; Honokaa, 7.50 bid, 9.50
naked: Hutchinson. 16.50 .bid; KM
lauea, 12 bid; Onomea, 32 bid; Paau?
hau, 18 bid; Union, 30 asked; Hono
lulu, 31.75 bid. -
Yesterday was a bad day on the
New York stock exchange, with a
general tumble of prices at the open
ing. Railroad stocks showed better
resistance to pressure than indus
trials and the favorite Issues were
not much affected by the severe break
in some of the specialties. BeeC
Sugar lost over five points, owing to.
nr damage, sufficient to cause his ar-. the Dassing of the dividend, the
rest for trespass. His case is now price falling to 42.50. Considerable
under investigation. I weakness developed in the closing
Word ha3 been received by Robert hour of business and Thursday's adr
McEldowny of the engagement of his
brother George A. McEldowny, of this
city, to Miss Alice Shiel, of Spokane,
Wash. The marriage will take place
some time this month at the home of
Miss Shicl in Spokane, where Mr. Mc
Eldowny has gone for the nuptials.
Mr. McEldowny has been connected
with the board of public works hero
vances were all cancelled.
It is reported by the Herald of that
town that a scheme is on foot to start
a new paper in Hilo, and that the ed'
itorshlp has been offered to John M.
Giles, who temporarily edited the
Herald in the Absence of Mr. Con
ness and later ran the Citizen of
brief existence. A corporation with
for some time nast.
Captain Nelson, master of the Pacl-' shares at $10 is the plan mentioned
fic Mail liner Korea wirelessed to I ror the business end, and Frank
H. Hackfeld and Company yesterday r Scares is named as the printer
concerning the discovery of a stow
away who gave his name as D. Ross.
It is claimed by Ross that he arrived
The Hilo branch
Iron Works will be
of the Honolulu
.eady ror opera-
here some weeks ago in tne transport . tion jn February. The steam
Thomas. Failing to secure employ-, mer was tne blggest' piece or machiu
ment, he hoped to fare better upon I cry t() De jnstalled and the most im
reaching some port in the Far East, j ?)ortant pieces yet to come are two
The steamship officials were of the J cltctr;cai traveling cranes,
opinion that the man was a deserter , Twenty.Seven building permits
from the army. - were Issued jn Hilo in December, o
some nays ago mis paper inuue
A good 4-room house and well-im-proved
lot at Palama at $3,U00.
mention of an exceptionally large eg?
laid by a white Plymouth Rock hen ,
which twenty-four were for new con
struction, and the cost of tne work
under all permits is $110,282, which
beloncins to J. Lando. at
The egg measured 8V2 inches the long
way round, and 7 inches the narrow
way round, and weighedt5 ounces. Day
before yesterday the egg was opened ,
and insirtf tho hie shell was another 1
n.riinqpv CI7A.1 nn rr irwinraost in a nor. i by fire on
feet hard shell, and this was sur-, to the carelessness of servants of the
rr 1 1 n rl r r 1 hv lim fnnl ortt c nf tho Im' i t'OUFil.
shell, the yolk and white of a usual
the Herald says is far above any pre
Theo. H. Davies & Co. Tiave pre
sented a bill to the county of Ha
waii for $24,392.44 for cane destroyed
Halawa plantation owing
T"i n eminlo wifhrmt rhimrtm-
small furnished cottage; bath, kitch
en and 2 rooms, gas and electric
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
CUNHA BLDG., MERCHANT ST.
U'TOS NKA K 1,100 MAKK.
Ten hundred ami ninety-three auto
mobiles are registered at police head
quarters with the close of business to
day. Chief C!erk Asch now has a long
list of machines, held in stock by lo
e.ii iinpoi tr -rs, which at present carry
ro registration number with t!:e city
y::d county. Were these autos also
entered in the regular lists, the nia
c'.iir.es now in u..' on the island nf
Oahu would r-:.'e!i a figure far in -tessi
of eleven hundred.
Hilo is agitated over news from
Washington that there Is danger that
the government will complete only so
much cf the breakwater as can be
finished with the original authoriza
tion of $1,700,000. which would leave
the structure about 4000 feet short
of the point which it was planned to
ieach. '"The most important part of
this would come in the fact that the
shortened breakwater would not pro
tect the present anchorage, whfrh
would, especially in case of heavy
es- winds and seas, he as bad, if not
,ec:al!v from the Canadian north-; worse, man unuer tne conuitious 01
west, who have commenced to flock years past," says the Hawaii Herald,
in Honolulu on the Cana'liafl liners "In addition to this it would mean
and bv oiher niurs. Following the j that wharves could only be built in
1 r.f the Zep'andia r.om Van-Kunio Day, 11 tney "tie u receive
fnlhr.vine protection from trie structure.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late WiTiinni
Dunn wish to express their thanks
for the gifts of flowers and aid and
sympathy extended to them in their
recent bereavement. advert isefnenf.
MANY CANADIANS HERE.
That Canada considers th Ha
.va'ian Islands as an ideal place in
n llll II I ) MJU I 1 IV.- "i:ut 1, in .--hu" u
the large number of tourists.
comer on January 2, the
registered r.i the Young hotr:: .Miss
Masuire ?ii(i .toj-n Kinney, ("aigary; I
H H. C-ii-.pr. I-Mmrnton: K. Mid-j
dlernst and wife. Reina; Charles;
Coubroux zii'l A. K. Austin. Ar-i
.Ivir G. SumU). V. L. Creiiiam. Vancou-!
ver: 1'. V. Walker and v. ife. !vis ; o
that there would .br little or no op
portunity of using the long si retch of
waterfrcnt lying between mat serf ion
end the to--vn of Hilo. It is proposed
;o take steps at once to bring these
matters to the attention of iho board
engineers, through resiiutions mm
C. Waiier. Winnipeg; W. C, MoQwar
lie and wile, New Westminster.
the Hoard of Trade and otherwise, as
after a decision iii.on such a inatur
TttVITE attention to their
f With its superior faciil-
' - -.
ties for high grade embossed
and copper plate work.
'The- stationery is of best
quality, the newest shades
and shades, and all work is
- fx I ' iiiTi'"Vr77'-.
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WE ADVERTISED A NUMBER OF BARGAINS, AMONGST THEM
BEING SIX-flpOML COTTAGE7 ON 3th" AVE KAIMtlKf FOR !
J$U6(THfsASAN 11800 PROPERtVVnD tWAS 'SOLD N A I
.day. - - 1 . '..v;' -r-, i
"i-'we have a few more of such Ibarflalns and advise you to tea ut t
before It's too late. Tne complete list of -our bargalr.a may be had
at our office. ' i i ::)' --r. . ' -
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r-..r xii . . m m v .M AiilMt ..A Aft M . . . . I n A ft 19 A
ncmciviQcn uun. mui tu is wuibiv tOAkco .SMAkb rnwr 1 1 a
' CASH OR INSTALLMENTS.'
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mm m mm i i t 1 . i rm
" 1 -T MhTPtl A INC;
Just to start the New Year with a smile wo are going to
give a new . kind of tale, a bargain sale of typewriters, of
fering machines at never-agaln. prices.' , '..-- -.c"1:
AND CONTINUING. ONe'; WEEK fonty, VW; W:il offer RE
BUILT UNDERWOODS, Li C .SMITHS. No. 10 VISIBLE
REMINGTONS, No. 5 OLIVERS and o. 10 VISIBLE SMITH
PREMIERS your choice for $50.00. $50.00 yes, that's the
price It Is not a misprint. ; ,
; Other models and makes at the same proportional dis
counts. - ' '
Every machine fully guaranteed,
Hundreds of happy buyers for references.
Wholesale Typewriter Co. ,
120 South King SL
been made, it I almost Im
to obtain a reversal or a
change cf policy."
CADILLAC WINS NOVEL
class, and also the "Bull Moose" cup,
or first prize in Its class. Thus It
was victorious over all cars regard
less of weight, some cars being
heavier and some lighter, the weights
ranging from 1700 to 4400 pounds.
MARKS TO WE
A Cadillac ear. 1913 model, was
completely victorious recently in a
unique contest at RiverBide, t al., a I
Leoastmg event in which Zz cars, rep-
rentin? 24 different makes, were
entered and which was watched by
70 '') people. The car3 were sent down
a grace witn power snut on, gravity .
supplying the energy. Hesides pro-1 Sylvester Marks, with a series of
duy and considerable excitement, the j charges preferred by Walter McGtf
day ,nn dconsiderable excitement, the j fin, in which it Is alleged that Marks
contest had its value from the stand-1 unlawfully entered the premises of
pcint of motor car demonstration another, and also that of lacivl0U3
and comparison because, all other I conduct, proposes to put up a strons
things being equal, lack of friction is j fight when his case is called at dls
the factor fiat enables a car to win j trict court on Monday morning,
such a contest, or, in other words, to i Marks ha3 retained Attorney
"roll " the farthest. i Charles ChHlingworth to represent
The victorious Cadillac captured J him at the bar of justi.
two priztn. winning the (Irand Prize,) Ju.Ige I.ymer will take an active
rr A. N. Swfft rup, for coasting the , part in the prosecution of the charges
greatest distance, irrespective of !thd against Marks.