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HONOLULU 8TAB BULLETIN, MONDAY, 1013,
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Ltd. . s
Sugar Factor: f
and insurance Agent
1 Agents for .
. Hawaiian Commercial,, 8acar ;
: Haiku' Sugar Company
v': i'ala . Plantation . ."V , -
; ' Maui Agricultural Company!
Hawaiian Sugar Compaiiy
V Kahuku Plantation CompcBy-
. McBryde tSugar Company ;
; r Kahulul ; Railroad Compasf .
' Kauai Railway Company ?
' Hoaolua Ranca : ' ' ,
(. Halkn Fnxltand Packini Co. I
, Kauai Fruit and Land Company
L. Brewer & Co.
s .-; " . . Limited ,i.-r'ii- w
v BUOAR FACTORS,:
tH I PPltiQ and CO MM 8St 0 N
FIRE A MARINE INSURANCE
:,--r,. ' v
- - : Agents for
Ilawailan Agricultural Cot
Onomea Sugar Company
rcpockoo Sugar Company
Ilonomn Sugar Company
Walluku Sugar Company
Olowaln Company . . .
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co.
Ililo Sugar Company
Faauhan Sugar Plantation Co.
Hakalan Plantation Company
Hutchinson Sugar Plaut'n Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotive Worka
; ..... THE
B.i. Dillingham Co.
Gtnaral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
writers' Aaency; Providence
Washington Insurant Co.
4th Floor, Stangenwald Bldg.
If Ilsnolsls were aga! swept
by a conflagration, could job
collect year lasirance!
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent tke the largest. ani
strongest fire insurance compa
nies In the world.
Make each week's earning's
provide for one d3y in that fu
ture when your power to work
and earn is gone. Use but part
of your earnings bank the
It w II soon roll up if ycu
bank it here.
An account may be opened
with one dollar and interest is
paid on all balances.
A Home Bank given you for
saving smalt change.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Established In 1S5S
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit Issued on the
Bank of California and Tho
London Joint Stock Bank. Ltd.,
Correspondents for the Amer
ican Express Company and
Thos. Cook 4L 8onv
Interest allowed on Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
We have for sale a piece of
Improved property In Honolulu
yielding at the present time
twenty per. cent, gross income.
It Is in first-class condition and
Would be pleased to show It
to bona fide investors.
924 Bethel 8t
issue K. N. & K. Letlers of
Credit and Travelers' Chocks
availablo throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
HeadOffice : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office ::::::
: : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capital Subscribed . . . 48.0OO.0fM)
Capiial Paid Hp SO.ooo.ooo
Reserve Fund 17,8rn.ooo
General banking businesp
transacted. Savings accounts
for $1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Boxes 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
Real Estate, Loans Inrestments,
CITNI1A IH.nO.. MERCHANT ST.
Honolulu StocK Exchange
'lull Uiy, Januury
NAMROF STOCK. Bid. Anke.1
C. Brewer & Co
E-w Pla iution Co
Hawaiian Agric Ct
Haw. Com. & iug. Co.
I Mb ! u
I : 3-
; 7 :
: I ')
h "26 V
"ok " "7 '
I Hawaiian Suptir Co. ......
Honomu Sugar Co
Ionok&a Sujrar Co
HsJkn Sugar to
Hntchinson Su?ar P'ict.
Kahuku IMatiior t:o. . .
Kekaha bu..n Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Okhu Rurr Cr
Onomea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co I.tii. .....
Paaahau Sugs.r Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Paia Plantati vn Co
Pepfcekfo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalaa Agrlc Co.
Wailnku Sufc&r Co
Walmanalo Sugar fx. . . .
WaimeaSuga 4111 Co. ..
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
Hon- R. T. & I Co.. Pref.
Hn. R. T. & L Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu R & L. Co
Hilo R. R. Co.. PfL
Hilo K. R. Co.. Com. ....
Hon. R. & M. Co
Haw; Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tan Jong Olok R C. pd. up .
Parian g Rub. Co
Hon. B. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter. 4 Pob. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4 K
Haw. Ter. 4
haw. Ter. 3
Cat Beet Sug. ft Ref. Co 6
Hob. Oaa. Co., Ltd., Ba.
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co. 6
Hilo R, R. Co.. Issue 1901.
Hlio R.R, Co.. Con. 6 . . ;
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
KAUSJ IIV Cn Ra
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a
Matual Tel. 6s.
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
tuaa sugar Co. 6
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Walalua Agric Co. 6 . . .
Natomaa Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hainakua. Ditch 6
Between Hoards 50 Olaa 4. 2.1
Oahu Sug. Co: 23. 46 Oahu Spg. Co.
23. 40 Oahu Sug. Co. 23. 20 Oahu Sue.
Co. 23,50 Hon. B. & M. Co. 2314. 15
Latent sugar (j notation, 311 cents,
or $70 per ton. .
! Beets 9s 3d
M mOOSE I8DSI (ft
Vemberi Honelsli Stock aai Bead
VORT AJfJt THERCHANI 8TREET9
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
STOCK. BROKERS ' .
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG
STOCK AJTD BOND BB0KEBS
Members Honolpla StockT aa4 Bone
8UngcnwaId'Bldg4 102 Merekaat SL
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St. Phone 3013
A good 4-rorm house and well-ira-piovcd
lot at 1'alama at $3,000.
To a couple without children;
small furnished cottage; bath, kitch
en and 2 rooms, gas and electric;
rights; $16.00. j
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations
of the throat. aix4 lungs. It stands un-
rivalled as a remedy for all throat and j
lung diseases. For sale by all dealers.)
Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for :
A cheap lodging hou.-e burned in
San Francisco last night, burning one
man to doath. endangering the lives I
of many more, and causing a property I
lo.-s of $.'.0,000.
It is lumnn-d that Iirynn bought a
Inline in Florida :ve:it!y thai In
miht nialiiy in that stat. to run for
I'nited States senator.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a back ring b 2Ju. adver-
Two hundred and one, Jan. 10:h.
j .i(lvrrTi;-en. nt.
: (io'f is not a hard cr;';; w I. en
' r!aM"! in t L? links at Halei.xa.
The Ki::j,'s Iiauiiters will meet
with Mrs. U H. Williams this evening
! IIal c?ato o-,,ort unities are notevi
in 1 ho advertisement of tne Hawaiian
1 i rust Co.. Ltd.. this afternoon,
j The Owl iit;ar las been the mos?
; popular live cent 1 igar for over twen-
ty years. Ask your dealer for tho
Wanted Two roort- passengers for
'aiousd - the - Island at $6.00. Lewis
j Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. ad
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinka-t-are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Worka.
Phone 2171 advrtinient
The best meats and butter are ob
tained at the Metropolitan Meat
market, phone .".445. It is about the
only real sanitary market in town.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more f i;gs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 4097. advertisement.
, Malt hold Roofing is inexpensive,
easy to lav and your roof troubles are
over when Ma'thoid is laid. Theo
H. Davies & Co., Ltd., sole distribu
The Goeas Grocery Ltd., in the
Cooke building, carries a line of fine
goods and their delivery service is
satisfying to their natrons. Phone
Just think of it, a wlle set of fur
niture free? Ask the man about it at
the Green Stamp Store. Everything
Free For Greeu Stamps. 'advertise
Sea Beach Hotel, rooms and board
including best sea-bathing ,$2 per
day. Special rates by the month.
PLone 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. ni. All earnest women are cordial
ly invited. advertisement
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Jan. 4. Su
gar: 96 degrees test, 3.54 cents. Pre
vious quotation, 3.67 cents. Beets: 88
analysis, 9s. 3d. Parity. 3.93 cents.
Previous quotation, 9s. 4d.
Prof. De Graca gives lesaf ns on Vio
lin, Cello. Mandolin, Guitar, ykulele
and Hawaiian music. . Terms moder
ate. Studio, 424 Beretania St opp.
Dr. Strauh's sanatorium. advertise
ment. If you contemplate building a ce
ment sidewalk or dwelling see the
Honolulu Construction & Draying
Company, Robinson building. Queen
street, regarding crushed rock and
Shippers and passengers are fast
discovering the advantages of patron
izing the Western Pacific Railway
and- transacting their business
through the lctfcal agents, Fred L.
Waldron, Ltd. '".
While Joseph Kalua and Chas. Kual
were having an argument with fists
on the deck of the Iwilani yesterday,
Kalua made a misstep and fell down
the hatch, necessitating a trip to the
hospital. Kuai was arrested.
Frank Amoy, on motorcycle No. A,
and J. W. McGuire, in auto 161, col
lided yesterday afternoon on Hotel
street, near Fort, with no injury to
either person and damage only to the
motorcycle, the forks being bent.
Dr. William L. Moore, associate city
physician, has sent in his resignation
to the new board of supervisors in or
der that they may have a free hand as
t6 the appointment for this place. Dr.
Moore has looked well after his duties
while under his recent apiointment.
Two soldiers, giving their names as
Bowers and Karaszewski, and a sailor
Sleighkura. previously driven out of
I wile! by the police, late Saturday
night, for creating disturbances, later
held up the hack of C. Wai. held his
horse and brat him up, being prevent
ed from seriously injuring the uiau
only by the arrival of the police.
The regular monthly meeting of
Epiphany Guild of Kaimuki will be
held at 3 o'clock this afternoon in the
Guild hall. A full attendance is desir
ed as this is the annuaL meeting and
election of officers. As it is also
Epiphany Day. the Rev. Mr. Williams
will give a brief talk on that church
season. All who may be interested
are cordially invited.
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL AN
The Hawaiian Annual for 1013. its
thirty-ninth issue, is the best yet. Its
statistics are revised to date; the cen
sus tables materially extended, as is
also the Registry and Directory divi
sion, while the special articles cover
a v ide range of historic research,
reminiscence educational, civic and
commercial progress, with descriptive
and traditional contributions and a
retrospect covering the various activ
ities and important events of the ter
ritory for the year 191-.
Every issue adds value to the An
nual is the general verdict. Those
who know it best are those who prize ,
it most. Its information is alike valu- .'
able for handy reference for home or
office use; for the visitor, or for mail
in? abroad. advertisement.
Finlay .1. Shephard, the fiance of
Miss Helen Gould, is spending t he
holidays at the Gould home on Fifth
avenue. New York.
By order of Governor Blea-e of j
South Carolina, eighty covnicts were
liberated on Christmas Day. Several
negroes were included in the number
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Fhe Kind Ycu lm Always Bought
There was some
prices on the New
York stork ex
change Saturday. Beet Sugar,
;oer, had a further declTTte
George Gibb succeeds Carl Wol
jters as manager of Hutchinson plau
'tation. Hawaii, and Janus Car.ipsie
take's Mr. Gibb's place as manager of
,Olowalu plautatioa, Maui. Mr. Canip
Ibie was head luna at Pahala.
Following are the closing quota
tions tor Hav aiian stocks on the San
Franciscoi stock exchange on Satur-
'day: Hawaiian Commercial, :;:i.73
bid: Hawaiian Sugar, 31.50 bid:
Hutchinson. 16.50 bid; Ktlauea. 12
bid: Ononua. 32 bid: Paanhau.
17.87 a bid. 1S.50 asked; Union, 30
asked; Honolulu. 31.25 bid.
Referring to the advertising of the
remaining lots in the Kniaha-Pauwcla
homestead tract which have been
applied for by the Halko Settlement
Association, the Weekly Times of
W ailuku tells of great progress hav
ing been, made by the pioneers thero
in the past year, and predicts that
all the homesteaders will become in
dependent in a few years. The
Times says in part: "Mr. Livingston
of the Kamehameha School and Mr.
K'uuss of the College of Hawaii
visiting the homesteads this week
and fiepm miier nlnnH with
progress made on their lots. In a
few more months their families will ! enul, asserts that the Illegal romance
move into the district and settle ( and marriage were due to tne working
down for good. It is a real.cf an old Hawaiian custom whereby
pleasurtt and makes one feel good iw rente may. give out their children to
to call at the Wilbur and Patterson otter families for adoption. He saya
ranches and seethe various kinds of, he and his sister-wife, were adopted in
vegetables potatoes, cabbage, beanB, infancy by families In oppocue part,
lettuce, onions, "turnips, corn. , peas.! of Honolulu, and Uxat they grew to
etc., etc. growing up so beautifully. ' manhood and womanhood In Ignorance
not to mention the great pines, which of their relationship, not discovering
look extremely healthy, there being ill until after their marriage,
no worms or blights or pests of any! David B. Hauraea,.who married the
kind to injure them at present" Will . couple's reil mother after their fath
J. Cooper, formerly a newspaperman ct's death, gave the Information that
of Honolulu, is one of the settlers on
In 1904 Andrew C. Larsen of Sor-
enson & Larseln of Salt Lake City.!
Utah, was slowly dying of Bright " get half the estate, valued at r about
Disease. He ias water-logged hav- j $25,000, -the remaining half to be held
ing been tapped twice and the family In trust by him during- the :. life x of
physician told his partner that "It is Elizabeth Dunn, wife of the testator,
as impossible for him to recover as it On Mrs. Dunn's death one-half of the
is to empty the ocean." His partner! remainder Is to go to Alfred Dunn; and
was advised to have him fix up his! the other hair to be held in trust for
affairs. The treatment was changed Mrs. Llllie Emma-Wood ward; wife of
to Fulton's Renal Compound. A few J R. A. Woodward and daughter of the
months later, March 31. 1905, patient 1 testator. - .; 'y':': '"-J--- ;---v-
was back to business, to the surprise? , ...... ..... . , ' v. - "-
of hla physicians and everyone else. I- read-' it In the Star.BBlleUn. It
As to permanence we have been1 most be: so. ' - . -;
What will Howard Ei C6fRndo!M
The "T,i" HUDSON answers the question everyone
in motordorn has been asking for years. All kriow
Howard E. Coffin to be America's fore most engineer.
Ills six famous four-cylinder cars gained a reputa
tion for him which led all to expect a wonderful six
But sixes are not like fours, as many a designer
has learned to his sorrow. Mr. Coffin- realized that
and so instead of attempting a six alone be first se
cured as his associates the men who had already ac
complished the most In six-cylinder designing. His
men came from the leading factories of 'Europe and
America. There are 48 in all representing 97 lead
ing motor car manufacturers. Combined they know
just about all that has been learned in motor car
building. So the "."4" HUDSON Mr. Coffin's answer
Is the composite of what the most successful' build
ers, working together, have accomplished.
THE REST t.VR THEY KNOW.
It is smooth and flexible the qualities for which
sixes are really built, and which inexperienced men
seem unable to obtain in the sixes they build.
It is powerful speedy, beautiful, safe and com
fortable. Simplicity is a notable feature, and econ
omy in operation is accomplished as it is in but a
MIT JI'ST TWO CYLINDERS ADDED
TO A "FOUR"
Adding two cylinders to a' good four won't even
make a poor six. Fours and sixes are entirely dif-
F. E. HOWES, Manager
writins -few of these cases of several
,in from; Lursen dated February V
frou which w quote: j
Yours of February fith to hand. I
am In perfect health and havcnt had
a sick day for many years. The com-1
lound cured me and did It right"
How can physicians and hospitals"
look over these things and permit pa
tieuts with kidney disea&e to die on.
Digitalis, Xltro Glycerine. Baaaam'a
Mixture, etc., under which failure is
admitted by the books. Physicians
who add Fulton's Renal Compound to
the heart, tonic and eliminative treat-;
ment they are already giving are get
ting results in many cases in whlclf
failure has been the rule.
Honolulu Drug Co. is local agent.
Ask for pamphlet or write to John J.
Fuleton Co., San Fraftcisco. adver
tisement. WED HIS SISTER IN
IGNORANCE, HE ASSERTS
That he married his own sister with
out knowing their blood relationship
6ald to be the defense that Soiomon
II..umea will set up when ho Is
I tought to trail on. the charge prefer
led against him by U. S. District At
torney B reckons; Haumea was arraign
ed before the U. 8. commissioner Sat
urday and held to the federal grand
jury, on bail of $1000, which he has
I rot yet furnished.
I Maumea. whose adopted name is Ma-
caused their arrest,
Petition for letters of administration
and partial distribution of the estate
of William Dunn, deceased," has been
filed In circuit court toy Alfred uunn.
According to 'thewlll. made out July
.J. 65 Milei- ah hour.
the four. of same
eled 10 miles at 2 miles an' hour. ' One year ago on
the same course a $300 prize was forfeited because
none of many of the best known fours and sixes sim
ilarly equipped, driven by famous drivers, were able'
to do one mile in 60 seconds; flying start
Every detail of motor car comfort is included fir
the "S4." . . ' .
It is electrically self-cranking, has electric lights,
speedometer, clock, top, rain vision windshield nick-cl-plated
trimmings 21 coats paint and varnish body
finish, demountable rims 36x4 tires, gasoline tank
with magnetic gauge on rear, robe rails, curtains and
all the appointments that go with the highest type'of
The price for either ii-passenger Touring Car and
Torpedo or L'-passenger Roadster is $2450: 7-passen-ger
Touring Car. $2SW; Coupe. $2050; Limousine,
$c.7"0 f. o. b. Detroit.
aJ quickly attack V
a body weakened i
from colds or general dcbHty, but
iljU fan?i are fortlMtd with
their progress can be prevented
andr often overcome. Scoff's
Emulsion u taed m tuberedcais
camps becausa its -hixbJy. con
centrated nourishment builds
cSreajtij and resistive-power faster
than cuseast destroys. It assimilates
uniaoct taxing dgestioa and con
tains no akoboL :
MAY REORGANIZE LOArl-1 ,
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HILO. January 4. A nnmbcr of Inw
portant matters are Xo bo taken up iy .
the Hawaii loan fund-eoninjbsi'jn. a
t meeting of which is being urged b;?.
Chief Engineer Adams for next Thurs-'
dty or another very early date One1
development probably wilt be the" rtx
crganlatlon of the commission, as only
one member o the old body remains,4
John Hind. - -; -'-. v; , ...
Two requests for further time in iher
ccmpletion of public works will be dht-f
crated Lord 4 Young ls'applylng'for
a four months extension on the1 Union
u hool building and Contractor A. A.
Vtllson wants an extension- of time' to
complete the first ' section of the- bet
rcud,' between Walnahu and rapalkou.
11 already has finished half thia Job,'
completing the road between Wainaku
Lnd the HonoIiL gnkh. - .
J The commissioners may also' decider.
to call for bids for the construction
of the hospitals at Popoklla; Kona and
at 'North Kohala, for which approprla
ttons of "ISOOd each have been mado';
bi' the legislature;.:; It Is understood
the' department of public works haa
completed the " plans for these '- struV
tvres. V - ' ' ' ' " ' 1 ' ;'
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. "born ; v.-' : ;
KAHILI KALOIn Honohilni T. If.
Jan. 6, 1913, to-Mr: and, Mrs. Wm. ,
Kahllikala, a son. . .
"l" Before i leaving for Panama, Presl-
dent'Taft made arrangements for the
distributing of 126" turkeys aaoh tho
faithful employes of the White House.
T53 Hilts in 30
Seconds f r o m
Standing Start; J
- ' i , .
. v , h -r .
" "if. t!
ferent. That iswh some'slxes give Jess than 30 tefT;
cent, increased ! power when their weight hnd'fuer
and roil ;consunntion are 5 per cent, greater than:
size,. to say nothing. 4of .the greater
. V. -:
The cushions of the "54- HUDSON are Turkish i
tvpe 12 inches deep. Backs are high, upholstery'
thick, springs riexible and the car Is so nicely bal- f
arced that it will take the worst roads at speed and
with little discomfort to passengers... ........ ' ':
On the Indianapolis- Speedway; a M54 fully equip
ped, carrying extra tires and four passengers trav-'