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HONOLrxn STAR-nnLLETIN. SATURDAY. JAN. 11. 1913.
THE RIGHT WAY TO
We have little book .ssued
by the Y. . E. filing zyz'.cm
people that will be great he'p
to you in transferring your
The Y &. E filing system anO
cabinets are the acme of of
fice laljor-f avinq devices and
thefe suggestions are m keep
Ing with their wunJcif-l fx,
Ark lik about them.
Hawaiian News Co.
LI in tun.
Young HotJ Bldg.
THE MOST SANITARY F AM
ILY BUTCHER SHOP IN THE
C. Q. Yee Hop
12S N. King 8t
Yee Chan & Co.
King A. Bethel SU.
Fln Line of Dry Goods t
Wali Ying Chung Co. J
King St. wa Flehmerket
ulHsr nri fAfltra'.-tAra I
Offloe; Mftuaake 8L
L Chong ;& Co.,
Mattreee Upholstering Fur
. nltare Repairing
2 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
You'll find what you want, at the
City Hardware Co.,
Nuuanu and King Streets
Wins Chong Co.
KINO Tn NEAR BETHEL
Dealers In Furniture, Mattress
ee, ate etc All kinds of KOA
and MISSION FURNITURE
made te order.
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel SL, at end of Bethet
Well stocked with New Drugs
The ExelnilT Apcncy for the
famoas HA CT CLE Bicycles for
ISO So. King St Tel 2518.
. COMMISSION MERCHANT
Japanese Provisions and
Nuaano SU Near King 8U
For GENERAL OFFICE STA
IONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
$ S'H) 1 acre at Alewa Heights.
Lots at Puunul nr. Wyllie St.
Lots at Alewa Heights.
Lots in Kapalama, above School St
For rent 2f.00 2 Bedronn house ii.
P. E..R. STRAUCH.
Wiltj BfMlnjr. 74 S. Klnjr Street
Estimates Furnished oh Buildings
160 Hotel St., Oregon Bldg. Tel 36G0
Photo-EnpraTrnir of highest (trade
ran be secured from the St.r-Balirtif
In Business CirclesNews and Review
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I ' I'I ;i '. I f'.il f r I In- !"i . . I.i;; i
I,; in.- (!( i a v. i--k lifoi'r. The"''
u.i.s ; il f ic i n y if $ IM'i"" in pro-
(fo!s or i-to'ls and if $!L'".im t ti
par value of l-o.ids sold, inak'u a
total i!c(Ti;iM' i f 1.411" IT,. Th"
total ol tra'isa' tions for tl.is wri'k
whs ? :!.":'.' i:M j. of wti, ii :,( wa
r ( rtlu Ui y-. for what luisiurys was .
f!on', pri'"f:- show prratrr stt adiinsis
than for the previous work. Of cipht '
f iipar MorKs four arc uiicrannrd. 1
Wtrvv havr ad , incfd. ami on ha ;
niftainrd a frartional dfc'.inc. Of)
three nou : u:ars. two have advanced !
and one has held its own. j
Onrninn inH C.tntinn
Last sa!e fpirtations on Saturday
last and yesterday n spectivelv wer?
as follows: Kwa, 24. 75 and
Hawaiian Commereial, :''!
Ililo Hailread (comncnt. 7 and 7;
Honolulu Brewing, 22 and 2:5; Me
llryde. 4.2f and 4.25; Oahu. 2:5 an'f
22.7 xn ; Olaa, 4 and 4; Onomea, 32
and 32; Patang Rubber. 19 and 2;
Secretary Fisher, in the annual re- f group. A sharp fall in. the price of
port of the interior department for I the copper metal abroad was follow
1912, devotes more space to Hawaii cd by home rumors that selling
than lias ever before been done in a I pgencles were disposing of copper at
similar document. figures below the long established
: rates. The undertone improved he-
The appropriation bill for the city j fore the close but there was little in
and county of Honolulu for the cur-; quiry for the important stocks. Mar
rent six months contains $f 35,590 for : ket closed heavy.
salarieB and general expenses, J8.750 I
for maintenance of school buildings! Closing luotations cf Hawaiian
and $12,000 for permanent pavements. ! stocks in San Francisco yesterday
The board of supervisors has trimmed j were as follows: Hawaiian Commer
salaries down $7,000. cial, 33.12 bid, 33.50 asked: Hawaii-
an Sugar, 35.50 bid; Honokaa, 7.25
Judge Whitney yesterday submit- bid, 9 asked: Hutchinson, 16.50 bid;
led a draft of a municipal charter for Kilauea, 12 bid; Onomea, 32 bid, 34
Honolulu, on the short ballot plan, to asked: Paauhau. 18 asked: Union, 39
the general committee on that sub- bid; Honolulu, 31.50 bid, 32 asked,
ject appointed by the governor. -
By the filing of the deed yesterday,
It is likely that the Territorial will the sale by Governor Frear of his
take condemnation proceedings to ac- Aala Park property, reported several
nulre the marine railway site for na-
vigation purposes. With the tnstalla-
tion of the floating drydeck under
construction by the Inter-Islana remains on mortage. E. G. Duisen-
Steam Navigation Co., lessees of the berg handled the deal.
railwjr from the government, the
railway will not be needed. It has San Francisco had a deep water ex
been a great accessory to the marl- port of $11,282,800 in October and of
time equipment o' Honolulu ever $11, 300,000 in November.
eince It was built thirty years ago.
Including part of the same crop ar-
A legislative steering committee of river in December previous, the re
the Republican party has a number of ceipts of Hafaiian sugar in San Fran
measures ready to submit to the com- cisco for the first eleven months of
Ing session of the legislature. Those 1912 amounted eo 531,661,000 pounds,
of chief commercial interest are a which was the largest quantity of
publicities commission bill, a work- Hawaiian sugar ever landed at that
men's compensation bill and a bill to port in any one year,
provide for the appointment of a bank-
The Hub nothing Co. has been in
corporated, wit ha capital of $25,000,
J. S. Spitzcr being president, to con
duct the established business of J.
By a deed of trust and an agree
ment, C. Bolte is made trustee of an
immense landed estate in these isl
ands and In Micronesia, which Mrs.
Emma De Fries claims by inheritance
from her late father. W. Kanoa.
The trust is
for five years, unless
sooner terminated at the discretion
of the trustee, who is to receive all
the expense of administration." com-
pensation for his services and, at the
settlement, one-third of the estate in
lands and money.
A deed from W. D. Westervelt to
Lillian H. Hiyward. of a lot in Beach
Walk tract. Waikiki, is singular in
the building restrictions it contains.
Under penalty of liability to proceed
ings for damages, the purchaser and
her successors in ownership are pro
hibited from erecting any building
within twen'y-five feet of any street.
and from allowing any building on
purpose of soiling lienor and many
other purposes mentioned, mercantile
and manufacturing, excepting a store
with the permission of the neighbors,
Tho lnt is ;iML snuare feet and the
IxKuil stockholders of the Norris
Midway Oil Co. have received notice
of an assessment of ten cents a share
payable immediately, with notice of
sale of delinquent shares on Febru
ary 3. The purpose of the assess
ment is stated to be the completion
of a well, which is down 202o feet
and has been in oil since last April,
at which tim- it was found necessary
to close down for lack of funds. The
directors state they feel confident this
small assessment will complete the
well and leave the company entirely
out of debt. "eW have advised with
many of the most competent operat
ors in ehe field." they say. "and they
all believe we have a pood producing
well when properly cased and clran
ed out. There are four new wells
drilling with a radius of forty acres
of our property and several complet
ed wells which are large producers
of high gravity refining oil. selling
for forty per cent more than does
Prices took a downward course or
tile New York exchange esterday
morning, presumably in svmpathy
with the weakness of the copper
RUTSTOCH PRICES STEADY
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T; ;i n; ;i i i'Hi ' r ,i i 1 . i
l.t .- '. i i i i 'cl'i.". ;
Ku ;i l'!;t illation 'n . mi
sua ' i s
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l':i v. .ii;;ni ( tnimi f.-ial
' o . i " si:;: 'cs i rr f.'i
Hilo I'iiiii ( '
shan s for J'I': pr;'"-. 7
Honolulu fircvitm V- M.iltiiiK
1'.'.') h-lian s for $44".'.; hiuh. l'.!;
( 'o .
yu Brydo Susar Co. L'uo shan s for
S"iO ; prifp. I
Oahw Sua-- Co . :tl; haros
f'iW.-: hij;h. S-'r. low. l'l'STC..
Olaa Sinrar Co.. 11J sharrs
$41.12',i ; high, 4.rMi.; low. 4.
Onoinea Supar Co., 17 shares for
Fahanp Ruhhrr Co.,
J500; price. 2".
Pioneer Mill Co, 240 shares for
J625S.75; high. 2? M'; low. 2H :'.; ..
W'aialua Agricultural Co., in shares
for f!.'i5; price. I'n.'.n.
Hilo Railroad Co, I'jdl sixes, 'JV)
weeks aeo in this DaDer. Is confirmed.
Lum Jau Shee is the purchaser and !
the price Is $30,000, of which 122,000
Complaint has been nnde that cattle
are polluting ihe water of the Kau
ci tch. causing a menace to the health
cf several communities.
J C. McGiJl has been apnointed s'
reiary of L.eu on, Smith & Co., Ltd..
ui place of W. C. .McGonagle, promot
e I to be vice president, and W. W.
Chamberlain has been made a ulrec
tci of the corporation.
At the final meeting of the teti"ins
be ard of supervisors, of Honolulu on
Monday, Supervisor Murray presented
a statement of some of the improve-'
ncnts effected during the term. !t m l
eluded permanent pavement on Quren
s-.'ieet costing $40,000, and on Kiny
s.lieet, $ 15.000; resurfacing part of
Cjiieen street, $6000 road to Puuloa,
$i;?.000; road to Waianae, Sin.nno. nine
and one-half miles of roid in Ewa dL
t 'et. $27,M'; work on Nuuanu road.
$10,000 concrete briuges, Sli.OOo.
Twelve fire boxes had been installed
at a cost of $J0O; the police equipped
with a motor parol wagon, $3500
nd two autos, $L ..o the band furnish
ed with new instruments, $21'"; the
garbage department, a motor wagon.
'"' 'ne'eases of pay to employes the
department. now CHpnpnyii .
i'."0'- and feou new lights installed,
longing the numler ujr. to l.oo; tlu
department, five motor-driven
ii'c-ks, $2,000, with ie vv hose. .vo'. i
nr a .tation at Kaintiki, $::.".". i
Ai'ordini; to Willjtt K- Gray
imtt K- Gray. ra
n t :;.27." ents alon:-.
j ar will I if clow
Marc; and April.
Extensive inipro nif nts tc the wat
er and so we" systems of Hilo ar'.
1 ".iiined by the supervisors of th'
c(,;nty ot Hawaii. An appeal is to be
made to Governor Frear to prote-
the watershed supplying the town '.i..;
v. iter from poilnti m.
A ianiphle has beon tssnl t y t!i
oc artment ot agriculture. Washina
t on . to .how th 't it is only necessary
to devote 2.''"0.imii acr.-s of land to
'lie growins of susar beets in order to
i-vpply all the domestic- eon. .nnijjfioa
ol sugar. It is argued that this wo'ild
l've an ntterlv insignific ent effen in
reducing the ae-eage of other rron-.
and th -t the growing of the beets
vould in fact increase the total viM i
oi others crois. because of the effect
m the beet.- upon tt'.o soil.
bi en made bv
s is rc-portei
Ha'ku Settlement Ac? potation in the
SIGNS OF BETTERMENT;
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.i i t i -i:v
us. ' 'It. . ;ir y:.f cl'v
i in. doi! w i ' h jittrr.! :r
rid it ha.-- ti a : :
jTi i"-n 's .
t I 'klnj .-.ii i.il
,r w l;o!. w (: Id
id p(d : i ." a I MU.-osr
in tlio no'liiii'; -n'
- nc n- hot )!. aud th- I " -1 : t ! rt
f doins it.s part in tiio ro rs., of
st ! arating the dioss lro:n the finr.
1 rodiK ts of ei ih.af on !( . r ks
ci' rn ai jiis 'd public opin.on ..in: tho
i tablishment of higher st;ur!ar1s oi
-i (lii"t. olservahle in all departments
liiii-in'.fs iind public lile. as a ira:',
n l.rp. an I rondence in ineric
"There is no uouht tii at more ha
ln accomplished in th s direct; in hv
;i) Tals to public opinitn th mi by lo.
lslation. The same is true of our po!i
tial life. The process of pm ifi atio:i
teen goin-. steadily on. and ot".-
ii the most encouraging features in
. connection is tne noticeable Ir ins-
in into office of men of i higher typr
lt:an fornily; men not onlv of ahi'it r
but of distinctly higher ideas an i
cater integrity. Such facts ;
vM'thy of note, because the era of
n.iick "aking and' Government investi
e.aions. is well as an apparent out
Lieak of vice in our great cities, have
en so exploited in the public press
as to poison the puhli- r.iind :!ni cre
ate an abnormal and unwholesome
ftute of pessimism. For many it i3
difficult to see under the surface. 1 lie
aierage man is befogged by the sen
i ationalisni of the day, and falls into
the erroneous impression that we ir"
degenerating. Happily the forces of
betterment have been quietly but un
erringly at work, as is shown by tV i
innumerable discissions and move
rients in our great cities towards
fcocial justice and political purity, (if
course no sane person supioses tliat
tie millennium is near at hand; yet
.s the year closes it it worth while
t( stop and take stock and see where
v . stand in regard to those ireat
Picvements. social and political, which Government towards large corpora
can either make or ruin this great R lions All things considered, the safest,
public. Whatever tends to btiild a bet- iplicy for busines men will be the
ter and safer America will also tend to n iddle course until the more serious
si"engthen and advance our busine s uncertainties begin to disappear
short time since they took up the oc-
cupation of their '..omesteads in the
lauaha-Pauwela tract on Maui. Vege-
tollies of many kinds, in addition
pineapples, a:-e growing beautifully.
It is stated from Washington that
before the end ot February the Arlin?
i ton wireles station of the navy, which
is near Was.agion, will be receiving
n essages direct from the wireless sta-
tion on this island.
Trains on the Kahului raliroad ex
tension will be running as far as tne
Haiku cannery in March, which will be
a great thing lor the homesteaders. -
The Maui chaniDer oi commence will
allow the project of building a hotel
on Haleakala to rest until th: road is
carried to the summit, and will also
foi the present hold in abeyance the
Kahului hotel scheme. K is suggest
ed that the government lands of Idle
wild and Olinda be cut up into lots and
sold, the proceeds U be applied to the
building of the ror.d to the "House of
T he board of lmnilgr uion is consid
ering the possibility of getting people
frc-m the larming district of Poland.
v laiuuim uiociivi i uiuii i,
and an agent of a Polish emigration
tdciety.is expected here shortly to in
vestigate conditions !;e:e.
Dr. J. H. Raymond is going to divide
the Raymond Ranch, I'lnpalakui,
.''eui, into two departments. He has
etaged Arthur Jones, manager or tn?
I.eilehua Ranch. Oaha. to manage the
ranching department, ami a maD from
ti.e employ of Swift & Co., the b:
packing firm, to superintend th"
. iaughtering and marketing of beet,
also the diversified agricultur-l sec
tions of the rai.iii. Greater attention
than before is to be given to the pro
duction ot honey.
Mr and Mrs. Giraddot of San Kr in
cise o have announced their intention
.it making their home in Honolulu. 'IT."
sale is reported by the Henry Water
he use Trust Co.. Ltd.. of several pieces
of Pind in Kaimuki fo .Mrs. Leonrine
.V bill has boon introdir
I in the
i" S. senate to inc-rea. e th
tl approp-'iatiou for the
leneral buildins at
$ ,.",110,111111. wiin
i I'.ono for immediate use.
W ith the award of to i! o H :-
v;iian Tobacco Co.. the total insur
ance on the tobac-eo lost in the tire of
the Kone Tobacco "o. a few mont'ns
io. which has be en settled, is J2'x.", -
At a meeting ot the Pah :ns Kuid-e"
' o. held this week, if was resoivel
('", st to sell at the market Juno share.-
treasury stock, provided unanimous
consent of the stockholders is detain
ed, and. secondly, it such consent l
la-king, to sell the stock ar yv. pro
i, ta. to the stockholders. In the hrsr
c?se the stockholders woulJ have t!
li.st call in the stock. I.-sf sale ot
Paiiang on r.ie stork exchange w :-s .'t
. The Waterhouse Com pair.. I.t i .
i.i'ents for both companies, re eived a
(i !dr gr.im this week st-jtmg that the
veld of P',haiig n.airation tor Dec em-
j ' was :t"'.7 pounds, making the totV
1 eduction fo- the year i'.o.04!" pounus.
to have 'ami the yield of Tan'ong f'G .' k ; lar.ta
vi fir.- t .cm for 1 1,., -ember T-Tm pounds. nia
i:ig the total f"i the year
REASON FOR CONFIDENCE
t'i -1 tilt inn ; au-1 in this rotn ! Core
s ''Mi( j loom for :e o'lram':!'" !!:
I! as progress. It is rvi exa;-;! !';
t.oi. to su that the oiitio k to: :i.e'! '
w as never mm t ri -1 1 1 r-' Tho- !
ureal problems ahead lb t wil''
p.i.:le our ablest thinker:, an i .
1 ks must bo epe ted b;.i a n -w
.-I nit or progress is in the air whi ii
is plat inm ii:te as ni i h em;;h.-.;i i
i1 ! n the mental and moral fortes as i
ii; on the material. With such ide lis
ore us. the future of Kepioli j
is sale, provided they the strenuouslv ;
nr.intained and i -, iaed still higher
v I ( n opinrunity offers."
Mr. Clews discusses "unusual husi- '
i,cs featurcL." "tariff, trusts anJ cur-!
tncy," "banking reforms," "serioud
railroad problems," "the high cost of ,
living," "the ise in interest rates."
"world-wide activity," "the war in Eu- j
leje." and, in conclusion, has this to'
say on "the future:" ,
"Looking forward there is every rea- !
: in to maintain an undercurrent of
c oniidcnc e. Trade conditions are .ound
There is no over expansion in either in
c'.estry or credit. Some cause for
hesitancy exists owing to the uncer
tainties of tariff revision and trust de
cisions, but these m-,y easily be cx
opgerated, and any waiting on that at;
c cimt win nave to (.? made up later.
Securities have recently undergone a
iraiked ihrinkage which fairly dis
counts all known, unfavorable influ
ences. The present seems particular
ly advantageous to the shrewd inves
tor, because many securities of un
doubted strength can be purchased nt
Ibices assuring good returns It is a
time for hopefulness and discrimina
tion. .Much will depend upon the po
licy of the -party which has now come
into power, and it' remains to be seen
how far the. pledge not to disturb bus:
nebs will be redeemed. The most
serious caute of uncertiinty is the at
titude of both the legislative and th-.'
administrative departments of our
rounds. These figures represent an
j aggregate yield for the two estates
r. early 3000 pounds in excess of the
By the casting vote of Chairman
. t t. ... i j ..
Lewis, the Hawaii county board of su
I pervisors has passed a building orai
i nance, establishing fireproof limits for
' the town of Hilo.,.
The new-building for the Hilo free
library, is near completion.
People of Hilo are disappointed at
finding that the Waiakane land lately
released to the government by the
Waiakane Sugar Company, for city ex
tension, is not the land for which they
had agitated. It is stated that the
tract is inconveniently located and not
suitable for suburban homes.
P.uilding permits issued in Hilo for
December amounted in estimated cost
cf structures to $110,282. The new
I'nion school accounts for $60,000 and
there was some haste on the part of
cettain owners to put up wooden build
ings before the building ordinance
came into force.
Hilo is displaying concern over a re-
" ",uluu 1
mer is iu ue miui irnt'u uj a jwm iuv
feet, owing to the various contracts
Laving overrun the estixatcs. It is
held that the consequence of such cur
tailment weuld be that only Kuhio
bay would he protected, leaving the
present harbor exposed to the ocean
Here's a tip for Hawaii cm the mo-
tqnito question. Consul Martin at
Bridgetown. Barhudoes. savs: "Barba-1
dos is becoming widely known as a
health resort. Being entirely free of
malaria and of mosquitoes, people
corre in large numbers from the ma
larial riistiicts nf British Guiana. Ven
ezuela, Brazil. Colombia and Peru for :
I heir health. As the island Is becom
ing heffer known the number of winter
visitors is increasing, especially from
the Cnited States. Americans are
now buying property witn a v:nv of a
permanent winter residence."
According to Consul Ches'er W. Mar-
tin, at Bridgetown, the ouMook for
the sugar crop of Garbacoos ro !.
reaped 'his year is not gooc n ac
ount of exircne drough' thvougliou'
1'U2 not more than half the usual ield ,
is oic-c i ed.
Cp to the preenr .-o-net 1 i:ig iiK"
I2l.ioo beard fee' ot ;-. imiis liae
boc-e exported from the Philippines fo
British India, and i' is believed tl;ar
tliis i.-, onlv the fore runner of more ex
pensive orders. As the f ares'. s of hard
Aod in the Philippines are very e
t r.Hve. therc i r as ri to !io!i"e that
with modem ways of getting out the
lumber the supjily v. ill eiual any rea
sonable demand, with excellent prices..
The North German Lloyd now makes
Manila a pori of call for homeward
bound mail steamers beginning the
first of this year. Every other boat of
this line leaving Hongkong will call
there, which will practically give,
monthly sailings to the Philippines. j
In l'.Gl the output of hats from the)
Lukban district. Philippines, netted
that part of the Tayabas Province
lullv Miiii,inni. aiid this year, a.-curd-ing
to the best iufonnaiton. the esti
mate is placed at over .ono.
'- J"H -.W.T.
i . ,:J
Six-year-old cocoanut tree with crop of over three hundred nuts. From
Samoan seed. Crowing in grove of over seven hundred trees hear Llhua
Address, A. D. HILLS,
Henry Waterhouse Trust
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1912.
Cash on hand and in bank.? 1 17,!t33.4
Ileal estate : 31,537.12
Stock and other Investments 59,510.37
j MortaBe8 secured by real
I estate ,ti.6..1.0.
Loans, demand and time . . 2!M..".1.
Furniture and fixtures .... 4.000.011
Accrued interest receivable 6,189.40
Territory cf Hawaii )
City and County of Honolulu )ss
I, A. N. 'Campbell, Treasurer of the Henry Waterhouso Trust Co., Ltd.,
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
A. N. CAMPBELL.
Subscribed and sworn to before nie this 2nd-day of January, 1913.
. JNO.. GUILD,
Notary Public, First Judicial CirtfuIL
From Nervous Debility, Insomnia,
Weak Memory, Premature Decay,
Exhausted Vitality or any other
Form of Neurasthenia?
If you have been reduced to despair
by physical and mental exhaustion
if you have gradually lost hope through
trying various remedies without benefit
if your constitution is broken, your
Do Not Give up! Try
A single box of Persian Nerve Essence will bring marked
improvement and may cure in slight cases. The proprietors.
The Brown Export Company. New York, authorize all
Chemists to refund the money if the full course treatment of
six boxes is taken and does not cure. You take no risk. Give
Persian Nerve Essence a good fair trial. The sooner you
begin, the sooner your suffering will end and the easier it will
be to effect a complete cure. 5J
FOR SALE BY
and by Chambers Drug "Co."
- ' A''4Srfitn
LIHUE (Kauai) HAWAII
Subscribed . .
50 paid in
bility ... .
Cndivided profits 130.S19.I0
Trust and agency accounts. 335.S30.62
Other liabilities 229.31
3. 4. 11. 18.
, h . . - . - j
it will act like magic. You will derive:
from its wonderful oriental properties
the reconstructive power and regenera
tive force necessary to restore .the full
vigor and energy of active health and
strength. Your eye will regain its bright-,
ness, your step its elasticity, your brain
its activity and clearness, your nerves
their steady reliability.